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Chislehampton, co. Oxford. He survived five days his great-grandson, J. Witherington, only son of the Rev. John Witherington Peers, Curate of Old Shoreham. He was of Merton Coll. Oxford, M.A. 1770, D.C.L. 1778; was presented to both the churches above named by C. Peers, esq.

April 30. At Clare Hall, Hants, aged 76, the Rev. Andrew Sharp, Vicar of Bambrough, Northumberland, to which Church he was presented in 1792 by the trustees of Lord Crewe's charity.

May 2. At the residence of his mother, Lexden, near Colchester. aged 36, the Rev. Harvey Bawtree, of Gorleston, Suffolk. He was of Trin. coll. Camb. B.A 1815, M. A. 1818.

May 4. At Newark upon Trent, aged 65, the Rev. William Bartlett, Vicar of Newark and East Stoke. He was the grandson of John Bartlett, esq. formerly of Cortin Denham, co. Dorset, and an alderman of Bristol. He was of St. John's coll. Oxf. M. A. 1814, and was presented in the same year to Newark by the King, and to East Stoke by the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln. He has left a large family.

May 4 Aged 63, the Rev. Charles Child, Rector of Overton Longueville, Hants. He was of St. John's coll. Camb. BD. 1811; was for several years Curate of Thiselton in Rutlandshire; and was presented to Overton Longueville in 1826 by the Earl of Aboyne.

May 6. At North Meols, Lancashire, the Rev. Gilbert Ford, Rector of that parish. He was of Wadham coll. Oxf. M. A. 1798; and was presented to his living in 1798 by Ford, M.D. May 9. At Craike, Durham, aged 55, the Rev. Powell Colchester Guise, Rector of that parish, and Vicar of Elmore and Longney, Glouc. brother to Sir John Wright Guise, Bt. K C.B. He was of Christ Church, Oxford, M. A. 1804; was presented to Craike in 1818 by the late Bishop Barrington, to Elmore by his brother, and to Longney by the Lord Chancellor. He married Oct. 13, 1808, Maria, second dau. of Nathaniel Clifford, of Frampton Court, co. Glouc. esq and had issue William Christopher, who died Feb 2, 1834, æt. 22, and other children.

May 20. At Freckenham, Suffolk, aged 51, the Rev. Samuel Tillbrook, Rector of that parish. He was formerly Fellow of Peterhouse, Camb. where he graduated B A. 1806 as 6th Senior Optime, M.A. 1809, B.D. 1816. He was presented to Freckenham by his college in 1829, and married on the 15th Dec. that year, Frances fourth dau. of John Ayling, esq. of Ti. 74 Sussex.

May 21. At Grassby, co. Lincoln, aged 50, the Rev. Wm. Hutton Wilkinson, Vicar of that parish and Kirmington. He was of Trin. coll. Camb. B. A. 1811, as 17th Senior Optime, M.A. 1814; was presented to both his livings in 1812, to Grassby by Mrs. Wilkinson, and to Kirmington by Lord Yarborough.

May 27. At the rectory, Bangor, aged 75, the Rev. Maurice Wynne, LL.D. of Llwyn, co. Denbigh, the last male descendant of the house of Gwydir. He was of Jesus coll. Oxf. B.C.L. 1790, D.C.L. 1798; was presented to the vicarage of Great Wenlock in 1793 by Sir W. W. Wynne, Bart. to Bangor in 1798 by P. L. Fletcher, esq. and to the chapelry of Overton in the same year by Earl Grosvenor.



Feb. 5. Aged 90, retired commander John Maver, R.N.

April 3. At Woolwich, aged 15, crushed under a great iron roller which was being drawn by fifty boys, Mr. Onslow, a cadet of the Royal Military Academy.

May 6. At Avenue-road, Regent'spark, aged 65, Rear-Adm. John Mason Lewis, on the superannuated list. He served as a Lieut. of the Queen 98, in Howe's action of June 1, 1794; afterwards commanded the Snake sloop of war; and obtained post rank, Jan. 1, 1801. He was for many years a Commissioner of the Navy, successively resident at Antigua, Bermuda, and Malta.

May 12. At Winchmore-hill, aged 28, William Charles Haynes, esq. only son of the late Wm. Haynes, esq. of Kibworth Harcourt, Leic.

May 16. At Kensington, aged 72, Mr. Richard Harris, formerly printer of The Sun newspaper, and for many years clerk and publisher of The London Gazette.

May 18. At Bernard-st. aged 22, Launcelot, fourth son of John Barrow, esq. of Wedmore, Som.

May 20. Aged 17, Caroline-Georgiana, eldest dau. of Francis Willes, esq. of Gloucester-place.

May 22. At Camberwell, aged 80, Catherine, the wife of J. Ward, esq.

May 23 At Saville-row, aged 80, Robert Snow, esq. of the house of Messrs. Snow and Paul, bankers, Temple Bar.

At Clapham-common, aged 83, Mary, widow of Ebenezer Maitland, esq.

May 25. In Sloane-st. Sarah, wife of the Rev. T. R. Wrench, Rector of St. Michael's, Cornhill.

May 29. At Denmark-hill, Ann, wife of Win. Manfield, esq.

May 30. In Devonshire-place, aged

45, George Thornton Bayley, esq. of the civil service on the Bengal Establishment.

May 31. Aged 81, J. A. Myers, esq. first Secondary in the Remembrancer's


June 2. In London-street, Fitzroysquare, Sarah, widow of Capt. W. Story. June 3. At Walcott-place, Lambeth, aged 74, John Rush Cuthbert, esq.

June 4. At Clapham, aged 17, EmiliaSophia, third dau. of J. Thornton, esq.

June 6. In the Wandsworth-road, aged 75, James Denison, esq. founder and father of the Commercial Traveller's Society.

June 8. In Green-st. Grosvenor-sq. aged 87, G. W. Smyth, esq.

Aged 90, R. Fisher, esq. of Aldersgate-street and Mitcham.

In Hertford-st. May-fair, aged 5, Cradock Trevor Zacchia, youngest child of Benjamin Hall, esq. M.P.

June 10. In Park-place, Regent'spark, John Eames, esq.

At Clapham, in her 86th year, Margaret, relict of Andrew Van Yzendoorn, esq. of Mount-row, Lambeth, and formerly of Rotterdam. Also June 12th, in Burton-crescent, aged 23 years, Frederick Herman Arnold Bicker Caarten, esq. her grandson, eldest son of the late Adrian Herman Bicker Caarten, esq.

June 11. At the house of her son-inlaw, the Rev. Josiah Pratt, in Finsburycircus, aged 87, the widow of J. Jowett, esq. of Newington.

June 14. At Saville-row, Margaret, widow of T. Brent, esq.

June 23. At the house of her son. in-law Mr. Baron Alderson, Caroline, widow of the Rev. Edw. Drewe, of Broad Hembury, Devon.

BERKS.-June 2. Mr. P. B. Dalton, of St. John's college, Cambridge. Accompanied by his elder brother, Mr. C. Browne Dalton, Fellow of Wadham coll. Oxford, he ascended the Thames from Eton in a two-oared boat, and on arriving at Maidenhead Weir, proceeded to bathe in the pool near Boulter's Lock. While swimming within a short distance of one another, the younger brother suddenly became exhausted, and sank, in spite of the utmost exertions of the elder, and when his body was recovered, life was extinct.

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CORNWALL.-May 21. At Shillingham, Henry-Spry, fourth son of the late Edward Bennett, esq. of Exeter, and grandson of the late Rev. William Spry,

Rector of Endellion.

Lately. At Penzance, J. Armstrong, esq. late Major 5th Dragoon Guards.

DERBY.-May 16. At Edensor, Florence, sixth daughter of the Rev. R. Smith, and sister to Mrs. Airy, of the Observatory, Cambridge.

At Hayfield, aged 104, Aaron Ashton. He was born in a cottage on the estate of Aspenshaw, and he recollected going to Manchester with his father, in 1745, to see the rebel army. At the age of 20 he enlisted, and was a soldier for 28 years; and at the battle of Bunker's Hill received a wound from the same shot which wounded Major Shuttleworth, of Hethersage. Within a few months of his death this old patriarch continued to walk about, and enjoyed good health and all his faculties nearly to the last.

DEVON.-May 18. At Exeter, aged 72, John Neave, esq. second son of the late Sir Richard Neave, and brother to the present Baronet. He was formerly Judge at Tirhoot and Chief Judge of Benares, both in Bengal. He married Sept. 9, 1789, Catharine, dau. of Col. Smith of Ireland, by whom he had issue three dau. and three sons: Anna- Frances; CarolineMary, married in 1819 to the Rev. Wm. Cookson, Vicar of Hungerford; Eliza, married in 1817 to John Milford of Exeter, esq.; John, Judge and magistrate at Allyghur in Bengal; Robert, magistrate and collector of revenue at Delhi; and Edgar.

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HANTS.-May 13. At Ryde, aged 18, Elizabeth Sophia, last surviving child of the late E. Percival, M. B. of Bath.

May 21. Susannah, the wife of H. T. Timson, esq. of Tachbury Mount.

May 28. At Cowes, the Right Hon. Mary dowager Lady Kirkcudbright, wife of Robert Davis, esq. R.N.

June 6. At Southampton, aged 74, James Byrn, esq.

HERTS.-May 21. At Pishobury, aged 78, Rose, only daughter and heiress of the late E. Gardiner, esq. of Pishobury, and widow of J. Miles, esq.

HUNTINGDON.-May 19. At Kimbolton, Susanna, widow of Cha. Cutfield, esq. of Midhurst. KENT.-May 23. At Ramsgate, aged 73, Mary, widow of C. Pratt, esq. of Tottenham,

May 27. At Tunbridge Wells, Dorothea, relict of R. Scott, esq. of Lichfield. May 30. Charles- Anna, wife of Col. H. Cuyler, District Paymaster, Chatham. June 3. Aged 51, J. Webster, esq. of Shoulden-house, near Deal.

Jnne 4. At Lewisham, aged 60, Mary, wife of Sam. Cowper Brown, esq. F.S. A.

At Greenwich, at an advanced age, Dame Mary Bate Dudley, relict of Rev. Sir Henry Bate Dudley, Bart. She was the 2d dau. of James White, esq. of Berral, co. Somerset.

June 7. At Tunbridge Wells, aged 56, Major-General F. Hepburn, late of the 3rd regiment of Foot Guards.

June 9. Joseph Foster, esq. of Bromley, a distinguished Member of the Society of Friends, and the indefatigable coadjutor of Joseph Lancaster, in the cause of popular instruction.

LANCASHIRE.-June 2. At Belle-vue, near Liverpool, J. Philips, esq. Lieut. R. N. eldest and only surviving son of the late John L. Phillips, esq. of Mayfield, near Manchester.

MIDDLESEX.-June 12. Aged 83, John Harvey, esq. of Teddington.

NORFOLK. May 26. At Norwich, aged 90, Barnabas Leman, esq.

June 7. At Narford-hall, in his 65th year, Andrew Fountaine, esq. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. May 26. At Guilsborough-hall, Mary, wife of W. Z. L. Ward, esq. and heiress to the late Woodford Lambe, esq. of Addington.

OXON.-May 15. At Launton, aged 83, Bridget, wife of the Rev. Dr. Browne, Prebendary of Wells and Rector of Launton.

SOMERSET.-April 25. At Bath, Maj.. Gen. Sampson Freeth. Appointed Lt. 111th foot 1794, Capt. Liverpool reg. 1795, in 26th dragoons 1796, Major 1800, in 96th foot 1807, brevet Lieut.-Col. 1808, Major 2d W. I. Regt. 1808, h. p. 15th foot 1809, Col. 1814, and MajorGen. 1825. He was for some years Inspecting Field Officer of the Liverpool recruiting district.

May 20. At Oxford, Sarah, wife of James Adey Ogle, esq. M.D. leaving a family of nine young children.

May 22. At his brother's at Headington, aged 57, W. H. Whorwood, esq. a Commander R.N. (1808).

May 22. At Bath, aged 58, Mary, wife of J. H. Hele Phipps, esq. of Leighton House, near Westbury, Wilts.

May 25. At the house of her brother the Rev. John Bayley, at Chilthorne Domer, aged 66, Ann Bayley, dau. of the late B. Bayley, esq. of Keyford, near Frome.

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June 2. At Bath, Mrs. Mary-Anne Curteis, sister-in-law to Tristram Whitter, esq. M.D. and first cousin to the late E. J. Curteis, esq. M. P. for Sussex, of whom a memoir was given in our May number.

SUFFOLK. April 20. At Ipswich, aged 52, Louisa, wife of the Rev. J. T. Nottage, Rector of St. Helen's and St. Clement's.

June 2. At Chelsworth, Ellen, second dau. of the late H. S. Pocklington, esq. of Tyrllandwr.

June 14 At Ipswich, aged 90, J. Cobbold, esq. of Holywells, near that town.

SURREY-Feb. 21. At Croydon, Joseph Bordwine, esq. Professor of Fortification to Addiscombe college. May 28. At the house of his sister Mrs Henry Wyndham, near Ripley, aged 34, Lieut.-Col. Charles Henry Somerset, Lieut. Col. of the 1st Dragoons, nephew to the Duke of Beaufort. He was the 2d son of the late Lord Charles Somerset, by his first wife, the Hon. Elizabeth Courtenay, sister to the late Earl of Devon.

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May 18. At Newick Park, Frances Sophia, youngest daughter of J. H. Slater, esq.

June 4. At Hove, near Brighton, aged 48, the Chevalier Peccio.

June 5. At Brighton, aged 75, Sarah, wife of P. W. Thomas, esq. of Highbury-grove.

June 9. At Brighton, aged 63, J. Jenkinson Lanyon, esq. of East Bourn.

WARWICK.-Lately. In his 90th year, John Inge, esq. of the Charter House, near Coventry.

WILTS-May 15. At the Asylum, Chippenham, in his 96th year, Phillip Townsend. This old man served in the campaign with the Marquis of Granby and Lord George Sackville, and well remembered the circumstances of the battle of Minden in 1759.

May 24, Aged 65, Mary, widow of William Powell Bendry, esq. of Castle House, Calne.

WORCESTER.-June 10. At Malvern, Louisa Augustus, wife of the Rev. Francis Duncan, of Alcester, eldest daughter of Col. Elirington, 47th Regt.

YORK.-May 19. Aged 63, At Sheffield, Elizabeth, relict of the Rev. John Grant, sister of Dr. Ayre, of Hull; having only six days survived her brother, Thomas Ayre, esq. who died at King's Lynn, on the 13th, in his 65th year.

June 5. At the house of his uncle G. W. Tireman, esq. at Conisborough, in his 20th year, Staniforth Cattley, of Queen's College, Oxford, the eldest son of the late Thomas Cattley, esq. of York.

June 7. Aged 60, the lady of William Watson, esq., of Scarborough, brother to Sir Frederick Watson, Master of the King's Household.

WALES.-Lately. At Duffrin, near Fishguard, South Wales, aged 96, Captain J. Morgan, R.N. This veteran officer was wounded at the Battle of the Nile, while standing by the side of the immortal Nelson.

SCOTLAND. Jan. 24. At Edinburgh, Capt. Frazer, h. p. 3d W. I. regiment.

March 28. At Edinburgh, aged 64, John Fyffe, esq. retired Capt. R.N. He was made Lieut. 1782, Commander 1798, in which year he commanded the Cyclops troop-ship in the expedition to Quiberon. For his services in the Egyptian campaign he received a gold medal from the Grand Seignior. In command of the Reindeer 18 gun sloop he captured several privateers in the West Indies, and fought a galant action with two French brigs, each of nearly equal force with the Reindeer. He was made Post in 1807.

June 9. At Porto Bello, near Edinburgh, aged 22, Miss Charlotte A. M.

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At Abbeyleix, Capt. H. Oulton, late 29th regt.

At Fermoy, Lieut. Metcalf, 95th regt. EAST INDIES.-Jan. 24. In camp at Narekalapully, near Hydrabad, aged 30, Capt. W. Bouchier Coxe, 43d reg. Madras Native Infantry, Deputy-Assistant Quarter-master-general of the Northern Division of the Army, and fourth son of the late Rev. R. Coxe, of Bucklebury vicarage, Berks.

Lately. At Madras, George Tyler, esq. brother of Adm. Sir Charles Tyler, G.C.B. nephew to the late Lords Dacre and Teynham.

WEST INDIES.-Feb. At the Bahamas, Lieut. Brennan, of the 2d West India Regiment, shot through the head in a duel with a brother officer.

March 23. In Jamaica, in the prime of life, Alexander Francis Tannachie Tulloch, esq. son of Francis Tulloch, late Major of the 10th or Inverness Militia, grandson of Alexander, the last of the Lairds of Tannachie, of that ancient name and family in the county of Moray. A fire having broken out on the property of his uncle, John Simpson, esq. he repaired to the spot, and on suddenly retiring from a falling rafter, fell into a mass of burning hot fluid, and was so burnt that, after lingering in agony for nearly four days, he expired.

March 26. The Rev. Valentine Ward, General Superintendent of the Wesleyan Missions in the West Indies, and Chairman of the Jamaica District. He entered the ministry in the year 1801.

ABROAD.-Jan. 31. At Callao, aged 22, Lieut. W. R. Drummond, of his Majesty's ship Satellite, youngest son of Gen. Sir Gordon Drummond.


March 9. At St. Petersburg, aged 16, Prince George, third son of Prince Lieven, He was born in this country, and baptized after his late Majesty George IV. who stood sponsor at his baptism. Also, lately, his brother, Prince Arthur Lieven, godson to the Duke of Wellington.

April 9. The day following his departure from Madeira, on board the Braganza, Henry Edward Hoare, late Capt. 66th foot, and second son of Peter Richard Hoare, esq. of Southfield House, Som. May 4. At Nuremberg, her Serene Highness the Princess of Tour and Taxis, consort of Prince Maximilian, of Tour and Taxis, only a few days after the death of her mother, the Baroness Von Dornberg.

BILL OF MORTALITY, from May 20 to June 23, 1835. Christened. Buried. 2 and 5 173 50 and 60 152 60 and 70 126 70 and 80 101 80 and 90 40 90 and 100 6 102 1

5 and 10 57 and 20 51 20 and 30 120 30 and 40 134 40 and 50 162

Whereof have died still-born and under two years old..........



Females 11562288 Females 7591542

Kent Bags.

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AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, by which the Duty is regulated, June 12.

Wheat. Barley. | Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas.
8. d. 8. d. 8. d. S. d. 8. d. S. d.
39 8 30 9 23 10 31 2 38 5 36
PRICE OF HOPS, per cwt. June 22,
Os. to 61. 10s. Farnham (seconds) Ol Os. to Ol. Os.
Kent Pockets......
Sussex .....
...81. Os. to 91. 08. Essex


Os. to Ol.

Os. to 01.

51. 41. 51.

Os. to 81. Os. 10s. to 61. Os. Os. to 71. 10s.





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Smithfield, Hay, 31. 15s. to 5l. 5s-Straw, 17. 18s. to 21. 5s.—Clover, 4l. 10s. to 57. 15s.

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To sink the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. .2s. Od. to 4s. 4d. Lamb 5s. Od. to 6s. 2d. .......2s. 4d. to 4s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market, June 22. ........3s. 4d. to 4s. Od. Beasts... 2,147 Calves 271 ..3s. Od. to 4s. Od. Sheep & Lambs 24,010 Pigs 394 COAL MARKET, June 26. Walls Ends, from 18s. 9d. to 20s. Od. per ton. Other sorts from 178. Od. to 18s. Od. TALLOW, per cwt-Town Tallow, 40s. 6d. Yellow Russia, 39s. Od. SOAP.-Yellow, 58s. Mottled, 62s. Curd, S. CANDLES, 6s. 6d. per doz. Moulds, 88. Od.


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-Grand Junction,

Regent's, 164. 69. -West Junction Water -Guardian, 334.

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Reversionary Interest, 134.

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