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occafioned by being overturaed, near Ham- (LXIX. 539); and a daughter, Charlottemersmith curnpike, as he was coming to Anne, who died unmarried, March 17,1793 town, a hort time ago, in one of the (LXVI. 454). Mr.P. marı ied, 2. Goodeth Brentford ftages.

Belt, aunt to Rob Belt, esq. of Boflal, co. In the Gallowtree gate, Leicester, aged York. He was a barrister of the Middle 67, Mrs. Booo.

Temple, one of the grooms of his MaAt Derby, after a long and painful illness, jetty's privy.chamber, and one of the efo aged 31, William Perkins Taylor, esq. of quites of the King's household; F.A.S. 1796. Wyroondham, co. Leicester, one of the To him we are indebied for the memoirs proprietors of the Derby, Stamford, and of our venerabie correspondent, in vol. Leveral other cheatres.

LXVI. pp. 457 & feqq. and for several After a lingering illness, aged 11, the occasional communications. He was the eldest son of Sir George Armytage, bart. of author also of “ Curialia; or, An historie Kirk lees hall, co. York.

cal Account of fome Branches of the At Gainsboroughi, Mrs. Whitlam, relict Royal Household," Part 1. 1782 (LII. of the Rev. Wm. W. of that town. 340); Part II. 1784 (LIV. 763); Part

19. At Chelsea, Wm. Hodgkinson, csq., ill. 1791 ; and was engaged in publishing Mr. Dove, horse-dealer, Stamford, Linc. a posthumour work of his father, the Hif

20. At his house in Norfolk-itreet, Strand, tory of Beauchief Ahhey, which is nearly Morgan Thomas, elq.

completed at the press. 21. At Enfield highway, Mr. Field, pub- [ 25. In Gower-itreet, in bis 83d year, lican and driver.

Benjamin Kenton, esą. This worthy chaar Cf a deep decline, Mıs. Taylor, wife of racter is a glorious example of the unexamthe Rev. Mr T. parter of the Presbyterian pled excellence of the glorious land we live ori gregation in Carcer-lane, London, and in. From an obscnre origin, and an edudaughter of the late benjamin Porter, esq. cation in a charity-school, he obtained, by of Theobaids, Herts. She was married frugality, industry, and integrity, with an Nov. 4, 1988, and has left several children. irreproachable character, à more than

In Bartholomew close, Mr. George Fair, ' princely fortune. For some years he kept attorney at law. He was born at Berwurk the Crown and Magpie Tavera in White on Tweed; came to London, and was in chapel; and afterwards, becoming a wideIroduced into the office of Mr. Banks, merchant in the Minories, went very largeclerk to the Goldsmithis Company; af- ly into the trade of exporting porter. His terwards married one of his daughters, property in the different public funds exand at his reath succeeded to his office. ceeds 300,000l.; and at the present mar. He was indefatigable in his exertions to ket prices, is worth 272,000; his landed carry the cause of the Company and Mr. estates 68cl. a year. And he has bestow. Alderman Plumbe against the City, on the ed it in a manner that reflects immortal queftion, whether the Lord Mayor were honour to his memory. To the Hora obliged to attend the Livery upon all their pitals of Christ, St. Bartholomew, and pilgrimages to St. James's with Remon- Bethlehem, soool, cach; to the charity Atrances, &c.in which he succeeded, but for the Blind, 20,00cl.; to the Philanafter wards threw up his office in disgust; thropic Society, zcool.; to the Marine which has since been held successively by Society and the Lying-in Hospital, 2000l. Mr. Edward Reyoolds and Mr. Thomas each ; to the Foundling Hospital and dryLane. Mr. F. married, secondly, the eldest lum, 1500l. each ; to The Vintners Comdaughter of the late Adolphus Meelkirke, pany, 4000l.; to Mr. John Cole, 20,000l.; esy. of Julians, Herts, but has left no issue. Mr. Smith, (his grandson, and only im

22. In Scotland yard, Whitehall, Samuel · mediate descendant, who was unfortunately Pegge, elq. only son of the late learned not much in his favour) sool. a year; Mr. Antiquary, the Rev. Samuel Pegge, rec- Uther 1000l. ; Mr. Vaughan, 2000l.; Mr. toi of Whittington, co. Derby, LL. D. Waley 1500l. : Alderman Harley, ioool. He was born 1732; married, 1. Martha Chamberlain Clark, 10001 ; his four execufifter of the Rev. Dr. Henry Bourne, of tors, Messrs. Baldwin, Tili, Holford, and Chesterfield (where he died, in his 89th Walis, 2000). each; Mr Wall, goel.; year, 1975), and sister to the Rev. Mr. Whitechapel charlty school, zool. ; so or 60 Buurne, who married Mr. P's fifter. By other legacies, from 100l. to sool.; and'ta his lady, who was born 1732, and died his succellor in business, Mr. David Pyke 1767, he had a fun, Christopher, M. D. Walls, the residuum, supposed to be not of Christchurch, Oxford, knigtes in 1799

less than 6cool. a year.
Bill of MORTALITY, from April 29, 1o Map 27, 1800.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 3 198 | 50 and 60 161 Males 9662 Males

5 and 10

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INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES. Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

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Durham 110 787 9171

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Hants 128 2,00 0152 1143 7163 7 AVERAGE PRICES, by which Exportation and Boney are to be regulated. ,

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Districts 8. d. s.

d. s. d.) s.
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Fine

100s. to os. Middling 8os. to 1268., Horse Pollard 16s.oj.
Seconds
90s. 10 975. Fine Pollard 215, to 265. Bran

16s. od. Thirds 70s. to 93s. Common ditto

175, to 205.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, 785. od.

PRICE OF HOPS.
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gl. os. to iol. 105.
PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW.
St. James's-Hay 41. SS.

od. to 61. 16s, od. Aver. gl. 1os. 6d.
Straw il. 165. od. to 31. 38. od. Aver. 21.
Average Price of SUGAR, computed from the returns made in the week ending Apr. 28,

1800, is 62s. 80. per cwe.inclusive of the duty of Customs paid or payable thercon
on the importation thereof into Greal-Britain,

SMITHFIELD, May 26. To link the offal per stone of 8lb.
Beef
45. 8d. to (s. 8d. Pork

ss. od. to 6s. od.
Mutton
55. 81. to 6s. 8d.
Lamb

5. 8. to 7s. 40.
Veal

48. od. to 6s. 6d.

TALLOW, per stone of 81b. os. od.
COALS. Best in the Pool os. od. to os. od. Sunderlind, oos. od. to cos. od.

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