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joining room, gave a loud fhriek, and was two years had been gradually finking her the fir# of the two that expired. They to the grave, Mrs. Morgan, wife of Mr. died within three hours of each other, be. Bolu M; an amiable and affectionate wife, ing previously quite exhaufted. They had a tender mother, and possessed an excellent been fire young women, and were much understanding, which the had highly cularimired at Court, and all other fashionable tivated. circles, for their accomplifhments.

In his 74th year, George Brucker, efq. 12 Arhis leat at Tewin, Herts, aged 80, of Clapham common, Sirrey. John-C'yirles S breiter, esq. many vears an Ac Loughborough, Mr. E. Swann. emineni furoneich.on Lisbour-in-Van-hill. After a lingering illness, Milnes Lowndes,

13. in Charles Atreet, Middlesex ho'pio esq. barrister, Pap:r-buildings, Temple. tal, Mrs. K ehfter, relict of the late Dr. * Mr. Davis, matter of St. Luke's work. C. Woof Elinburgh.

house, Old-ftreet, London. As he was this 1. Aged 72, Henry Manningham, esq. day ferving dinner, Noah Page, who was

Al Enfield, aged 49, Mrs. Downer, relict discharged several y-ars ago as incurable ofM D.Leghorn-lai-merch. Bühopsgate-1}. from ». Luke's bofpital, and fiece Mát pe.

Jolin Durnford, efy. of Leit erheail. riod had herd confined in the work house 15. At Brompton, aged 80, Col. J hn as a lunatick, being difatisfied with his Dillon, late of Belgaral, in Ireland. portion, immediately seized a large kniss

At Egham, Sunev, R 16. Mackarun, gent., and Nabbed him under the left breast, so as many years an eminent attorney.

entirely to divide one of the lobes of his li. In Jerfey, in his 67th year, John-Tho- He languisheil about three quarters mas Durell, e q. many years the King's Folie' of an hour, and ihen expired. ater for tha' is nd.

21. In Bedford-square, Geo. Drake, efq. 15 The Rev Pardoe Brett, M A. vicar Aged 68, Wm, Suuli, esq. of Derhy. of Bicester, Oxfordíhire, and lære fellow 22. At Amport-boule, Hants, the Moft of Worcester college, Oxford. He was Noble George Panleit, Marquis of Winfeized wiih a suilden illness on the 12th, a cheiter, Eail of Wiltshire, Baron Seynt fever of the brain immedia!ely ensues, and, John, premier Marquis of England. Thele to the inexpreflinie in ction of his nume- titles devolved on him by the death of the sous friends, he exprired in the most saving Dake of Bolton, 1994, and now devolveon fits of insanity.

his eldeit son, Charles Ingoldsby Paulett, At Southampton, William Whood, esq. an whose mother died suddenly, Mar.17,1796. officer in the Royal Invalids at Guernsey, After a long and painful illiels, Mr. Wm. late a caprain in the 34th foot.

Tudoe, of the Middle Temple, 17. Mrs. Lewis, of Queen-ftr. Cheapside. Ai Wandsworth, Mr. Heaton Brown..

At Sible Hedingham, Mrs. Bland, widow 24. Ar Blackheathi, Wm. Larkins, esq. of John B. eíq hanker, of Lombard-street. late accountants general co the East India

Ai Bathi, the tise of the Rev. Methuen Company at Bungal. Rogers, one of the magistra:es for the coun- In South-Audley-ftreet, in his 79th year, ty of Somerser.

Matthew. Robert Arno!t, esq. gentleman. At Lillingston Dayrell, Bucks, Richard uther of the Grerii rod to the Kniglits of Dayrell, ely

the most ancient order of the Tbifle, and In Devon re-place, Hen. Newcome,esq. reading clerk and clerk in the private com.

IS. AC Millor, iu Kent, in his 71 ft year, mittees of the House of Lords, which last William Dyre, e q

ofiice ne filled will credit to himvelf aid M. Martil, elq, going down Bleane- fausfaction to chofe noble personages dus ing hili, ne ir C104c1bury, his berle, unfortu- a period of 38 years. nately treadi:g upon a sharp flini, suddenly fell, by which accident he was throull, ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. and received so violent a contusion in his EV. James Price, M. A. Llanfechan head as to occasion his death in lefs than R. co. Montgomery. four hours afterwards. He was a very Rev. Henry Roulands, B. D. fellow of amiable young man, and his fute is deplored Jesus college, Oxford, Cerrig-y-Druidion by all who knw him.

R. cu Denbigin 10. AC Wilthamitow, Efrey, in her 18th Rev. Rubert Prichar!, B. D. fellow of yeur, Miss Aura Maria Bevford, duugiiter Jefus college, Oxford, Lanfibangel-Glyaof Wm. B. esq. of Fridy Greer.

Myfyr R. co. Denbigli, 20. In Charlotte-itreet, Bioomsbury, of Rev. Edward Roberts, M. A. Llansanta decline, which for the space of more than ffian.Glyn)-Dyf. Dwv R. co. Meriovech.

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MARITIME COUNTIES. Oats | Beans

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PRICES OF FLOUR, April 28. Fine 955. to loos. | Middling 8os. to 1265. Horse Pollard

16s.ou. Seconds gos. 10 975. Fine Pollard 21s, to 2 65. Bran.

165. od. Thirds 765. to 70s. Common ditco 173. to 205. OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, 715. 1od.

• PRICE OF HOPS. Kent Pockets 141. os. to 161. 03. ! Suflex Pockets 131. 135. to 151. ros. Ditto Bags 131. os. to igl. 95.

Ditto Bags

131. os. to 14. 145. Farnham Pockets 161. os. to bl. 18,

Ellex Bigs

121. os. to 141. 415. PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW. St. James's-- Hay 31. 4.5. od. to 61. 125. od. Aver. 41. 175. od.

Straw 21. ris. 60. to 31. os. od. Aver. 21. 155. 90. Average Price or SUGAR, computed from the returns made in the week ending Apr. 23,

1805, is 625. 81. per cwr.inclusive of the duty of Customs paid or payable thereva
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55. od. to 75. od.

TALLOW, per stone of 81b. 38. 9d. COALS. BeAt in the Pool 48s od. To qus. 6.1. Sundertund, gos. od. co oose ode.

SOAP, Yellow, 765.--Motuled, 825.-Cur«, 86s.

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LOND. GÁZETTE

Doncaster 2 GSESAL EVEN.

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Herefore, Hull 2
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IRELAND 38
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LEICESTER
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English Chron.

Liverpool 3
Times- Briton

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Mancheher 3
Morning Herald

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OXFORD
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Meteorolog. Diaries for April and May, 1800 402 Fall of WingraveChur.-ChelmsforuCondut432
Hint for Improvements in St. Patrick's Cah. 403) The Present State of New Hall, co. Eifex 433
Afylam proposed for Cildren of the Brave 404 Arguments for and against the Cow-Pux. 434
On the Author of The Pursuits of Literature ib. Miscellaneous Observations-Lord Wenman ib.
Defence of the Uniterfi ies, and the Liturgy 405 Singular Instances of Tapping for the Dropsy 455
Depravity of the Stage-0 German Plays 406 Remarks ou gaudy Dre's Female Servants 435
Kotzebue's Family Dittreis very reprehensible 402 Anecdotes of Foster, the Flying Bitter 436
Anecdotes of Walter Harte, and of his father 428 Lines spoken by Children once Deaf andDarb 437
Mann's Exposition of the Churcu Catechism ibid. Lydiat-Mr. Jones--Miscellaneous Remarks ib.
Plan for Temple in Honour of Naval Victories 40A valuable Copy of Juliana Barnes's Book ib.
Character of the late Rev. Dr. Joseph Warton 410 Free Climpel opened in Weft ftr. S. Giles's 43
New Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century 412 Query on Ascarides?--Sir Sam. Morland, &c. 439
Tour to the Netherlands in 1793, continued 415 Acc. of the Harris's---and the Knights of Keriyib.
Oa glaring Improprieties in Modern Writers 416 Proceed. of the present Sellion of Parliament 439
Explanations of Celts from various Authors 418 Review of New PUBLICATIONS 415-461
Dryden's Tranflation of a Puffage in Virgil ibid. FOREIGN LITERARY INTELLIGENCE 461
Biographical Account of Richard Mulcaster 419 INDEX INDICATORIUS-Queries anfwered 46:
Biographical Anecdotes of James Ralph 421 SELECT POETRY, Antient and Modern463--467
Pursai:s of Archit. Innovation, No. XXIII: 422 Interesting Intelligence from London Gazettes 468
Account of Harlech Castle, in North Wales 425 The Monthly Retrospext of Foreign Aftirs 171
Site of Leatherfellei's Hall -St. Helen's Chur. ib Interesting Intelligenc: from Fore gn Parts 472
CharacteristicSketchof Dylander, he Mafician426 Country News--Domestic Occurrences ibid.
Architectural Alterations m-king at Oatlands its Marriages, Deaths of emninent Persons 483-494
A Biographical Sketch of Gabriel Giffart 427 Bill of Mortality from Apr.22 to May 27, 1200494
Confideration of a fingular Epitaph proposed 43: The Average Prices of Gram for Ons Month 495
Downfallor Chelmsford and WrittleChurches 432|Daily Variations in the Prices of the Stocks 496
Embellished with a beautiful Plan, ELEVATION, and SECTION, of a Design for a

Temple in Honour of our NAVAL VICTORIES; Vieus of HAHLECH CASTLE
and Sr. HELEN'S CHURCH; and a Sketch of DYLANDER, che Msfician,

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Fall of rain this month 2.go inches.' Emporation 2.8 inches.
Walton, near Liverpool.

J. HOLT.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for May, 1800.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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