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BILL OF MORTALITY, from October 27, to November 24, 1812.
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Females 7291487

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Salt £1. per bushel; 44d. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending November 14.

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Derby 134 000
6107 8 Northum.100
Stafford 134 300
011210 Cumberl. 113
Salop 130 1194 268 042 587 1 Westmor.122 0100 060
Hereford 123 770 564 635 1/71
5 Lancaster123 1100 000
Worcester 136 1165 71 1154 1093 4 Chester 122 800
Warwick 136 400 077 155 6104 9 Flint 137 8100
Wilts 125 000 071 451 10124 8 Denbigh 132 1000
Berks 139 580 056 551 287 7 Anglesea 000 000
Oxford 122 600 067 951 510010 Carnarv. 106 800
Bucks 130 800 0162
052 496 8 Merionet. 120
Brecon 111 588 663 532 000 0 Cardigan 103 1100
Montgom. 108 000 0159 239 800 O Pembroke 87 1100
Radnor 118 1100 061 736 1000 Carmarth 103 500
Glamorg. 106 1000
Gloucest. 126
Somerset 130
Monmo. 131 1100
Devon 119 1000
Cornwall 107 200
Dorset 126 600
Hants 125 1000 062
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PRICES OF FLOUR, November 23:

Fine per Sack 105s. to 110s. Seconds 100s. to 105s. Bran per Q. 18s. to 20s.
Pollard 28s. to 32s. New Rape Seed 747. to 787. per last.

RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark Lane, including only from Nov. 9 to Nov. 14:
Total 3889 Quarters. Average 130s. 14d.—5s. 6d. higher than last Return.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, November 14, 48s. 7d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, November 18, 47s. Old.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, November 23:
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AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, November 23:

St. James's, Hay 4/. 10s. Straw 21. 6s. 6d.-Whitechapel, Hay 41. 15s. Od. Straw 21. 2s.
Clover 7. 14s.-Smithfield, Old Hay 57. 12s. 6d. Straw 21. 6s. Clover 67. 16s. 6d.
SMITHFIELD, November 23. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs.
Head of Cattle at Market this Day:
Beasts about 2,840.

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COALS, November 25: Newcastle 44s. Od. to 55s.-Sunderland 44s. 6d. SOAP, Yellow, 100s. Mottled 114s. Curd 118s. CANDLES, 14s. 6d. per Dozen. Moulds 16s.. TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb. St. James's 5s. Od. Clare 5s. 1d. Whitechapel 5s: Od.

field, and heiress of her brother, George Henry, third and last Earl, and by her (who died Aug. 15, 1792) had issue, an only child, the lady Charlotte, born June 15, 1780, married May 15, 1802, Geo. Goold, esq. of Old Court, co. Cork, nephew of Sir Francis Goold, bart. The Earl married secondly, Aug. 24, 1783, Mary Aylmer, eldest daughter of Michael Aylmer of Lyons, co. Kildare (descended from an elder branch of the Lords Aylmer), and had issue by her (who died Sept. 4, 1808,) 1. Valentine, Viscount Castlerosse, born Jan. 15, 1788. 2. Tho mas, born Jan, 15, 1789. 3. William, born Nov. 1, 1791. 4. Michael, born May 18, 1793. 5. Marianne, born Dec. 15, 1786, married Jan. 9, 1809, Sir Tho. Gage, bart. of Hengrave Hall, Suffolk. 6. Margaret, born July 9, 1790, died an infant. 7. Frances, born May 13, 1794. The Earl of Kenmare was a Catholic nobleman, the representative of a very antient family on whom the titles of Viscount Kenmare, and Baron of Castlerosse, were conferred by the unfortunate James II. by patent, dated at Dublin, May 20, 1689, in the person of Sir Valentine Browne, bart. who was a Colonel of horse, and a privy counsellor under that monarch. These honours being granted after King James's abdication, were never admitted by the House of Lords, though constantly borne by the family; and his present Majesty was pleased to confer the same titles on the late Earl in 1798, viz. Viscount Kenmare, and Baron of Castlerosse, and to advance him to the dignity of Earl of Kenmare in 1800. In the patent of 1798, the Earl is styled Sir Valentine Browne, bart, though he was the sixth Viscount Kenmare, under the patent of James II. which, as before observed, was never admitted by the House of Peers.-Sir Valentine, who was created Viscount Kenmare in 1689, for his services to the unfortunate James, was the third baronet in succession from Sir Valentine Browne of Castle Rosse, created a baronet by King James, I. by privy seal dated at Westminster Dec. 21, 1621; and by patent, 16th of February following. The lady of the first baronet, was lady

Elzabeth Fitzgerald, daughter of Gerald, tenth Earl of Desmond, who was beheaded in 1583. Sir Valentine, first baronet, was the son and heir of Sir Nicholas Browne, knt. of Castlerosse, co. Kerry, and of Tottaridge, in Hertfordshire, grandson of Sir Valentine Browne, knt. privy counsellor to Queen Elizabeth in 1584, member for the county of Sligo in 1585 (who by grant and purchase from the Earl of Glencare, obtained the large estates in Kerry, now enjoyed by his descendants) and great grandson of Sir Valentine Browne, knt. of Crofts, in Lincolnshire, and of Hoggesden, in Middlesex; treasurer of the town of Berwick, a commissioner in the reigns of Edward VI. and Queen Mary in divers weighty causes in England and Ireland, auditor of the exchequer in England, and auditor-general of Ireland. The lady of Sir Valentine Browne, privy counsellor to Queen Elizabeth, as before mentioned, was Thomazine, sister of Sir Nicholas Bacon, keeper of the great seal, and aunt of Sir Francis Bacon, Viscount St. Alban's, Baron Verulam, lord chancellor of England. The la'e Earl of Kenmare was the principal landed proprietor in the county of Kerry; and all the islands in the cele brated lake of Killarney (with, it is believed, one exception) belonged to his lordship, together with the fisheries, royalties, &c. The Kenmare family have been always much beloved, and have distinguished themselves by their liberality in the encouragement of Protestant tenants on their estates, though themselves attached to the tenets of the Church of Rome.

P.404. a. Dr. Anthony Hamilton was elected a member of the Society of Antiquaries in 1773; and was for several years a very efficient Vice-president. He communicated to the Society, in 1794, “A short Account of several Gardens near London, with remarks on some particulars wherein they excel, or are deficient, upon a view of them in December 1691 ;" and in 1804, "Account of the Discovery and Inter. ment of the Heart of Arthur Lord Capel." He was of Bene't College, Cambridge, B. A. 1760; M. A. 1763; S. T. P. 1775.

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, in November 1812 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. SCOTT, 28, New Bridge-street, London. Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, 8057. to 8087. dividing 44/. clear.-Swansea, 1907. with dividend 10l. per share clear. Monmouth, 110l. ex half year's dividend 31. clear.-Leeds and Liverpool, 2047. with 47. half-yearly dividend clear.-Grand Junction, 2057. 208. 2107. 206. with 3l. 10s. half-year's dividend.-Old Union, 90l. 961.River Dee, 1107. ex Dividend.-Kennet and Avon, 221.-Huddersfield, 187.-Ellesmere, 65. Lancaster, 221.-Wilts and Berks old shares, 197. ex Dividend 7s.West India Dock Stock, 148/-London Dock ditto, 105. 103/.-Globe Assurance, 1057. -Rock Assurance, 7s. Premium.-Albion Assurance, 467.-English Copper Shares, 77. British ditto, 381. to 36l.-Strand Bridge, 451. Discount. - Vauxhall Ditto, 47. Dis#ount.-West Middlesex Water-Works, 40%.-London Institution, 557.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from October 27, to November 24, 1812.
Christened.

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50 and 60 146

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Females

Whereof have died under 2 years old 562

Peck Loaf 6s. 2d.

Salt £1. per bushel; 44d. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending November 14.

INLAND COUNTIES.

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MARITIME COUNTIES.

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans. s. ds. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. 131 000 067 649 674 6 123 867 363 849 479 4 121 800

Middlesex 135 666
Surrey 132 465
Hertford 125 469
Bedford 124 876
Huntingd. 126 1000
Northam. 123 490
Rutland 129 900 075 900 0110 0 Lincoln 123 573
Leicester 124 400 072 $51 6000 0 York 123794
Nottingh. 128 277 978 657 0102 0 Durham 117 500
Derby 134 000 068 956 6107 8 Northum.100 488 053
Stafford 134 300 069 1153 011210 Cumberl. 113 1102 062
Salop 130 1194 268 042 587 1 Westmor.122 0100 060 951
Hereford 123 770 564 635 171 5 Lancaster123 1100 000
Worcester 136 1165 871 1154 1093 4 Chester 122 800
Warwick 136.400 077 155 6104 9 Flint 137 800
Wilts 125 000 071 451 10124 8 Denbigh 132 1000
Berks 139 580 056 551 287 7 Anglesea 000
Oxford 122 600 067 951 510010 Carnarv. 106
Bucks 130 800 062 052 496 8 Merionet.120
Brecon 111 588 663 532 000
Montgom. 108 000 0159 239 800
Radnor 118 1100 061 736 1000

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Fine per Sack 105s. to 110s. Seconds 100s. to 105s. Bran per Q. 18s. to 20s.
Pollard 28s. to 32s. New Rape Seed 741. to 787. per last.

RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark Lane, including only from Nov. 9 to Nov. 14:
Total 3889 Quarters. Average 130s. 14d.—5s. 6žd, higher than last Return.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, November 14, 48s. 7d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, November 18, 47s. Old.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, November 23:

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AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, November 23:

St. James's, Hay 4/. 10s. Straw 21. 6s. 6d.—Whitechapel, Hay 4/. 15s. Od. Straw 21. 2s. Clover 72. 14s.-Smithfield, Old Hay 57. 12s. 6d. Straw 21. 6s. Clover 67. 16s. 6d.

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SMITHFIELD, November 23. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs.
Head of Cattle at Market this Day:
Beasts about 2,840.

..4s. 4d. to 5s. 8d.

.5s. Od. to 6s. 4d.

.5s. 4d. to 6s. 8d. | Sheep and Lambs 12,350.

Calves 130.
Pigs 270.

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COALS, November 25: Newcastle 44s. Od. to 55s.—Sunderland 44s. 6d. SOAP, Yellow, 100s. Mottled 114s. Curd 118s. CANDLES, 14s. 6d. per Dozen. Moulds 16s.. TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb. St. James's 5s. Od. Clare 5s. 12. Whitechapel 5s: Od.

EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN NOVEMBER, 1812.

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SCOTLAND 24

Sunday Advertise.
Jersey 2. Guern. 2.

ARCHITECTURAL INNOVATION, No. CLXIX. ibid.
LITERARY INTELLIGENCE ............

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Meteorological Diaries for Nov. & Dec. 498* Naval Asylum.-Whitehall.-Glastonbury 540
Conjecture respecting the Author of Junius 499*
Advice to young Divines.-A Hoax !......501*
Essay on Reason."-Improper Phrases 503* REVIEW OF NEW PUBLICATIONS; viz.
Booksellers. Sir J. Peshall.-"Index Indic." 504* Johnson's and Chalmers's "English Poets" 545
Byland Abbey.-Adlingfleet in Yorkshire 505 Woodfall's Edition of " Letters of Junius" 547
Car. & Carucat. in Domesday.--Zechariah ibid. Memoirs of the Margravine of Bareith......554
Topographical Description of Maer.........506 Bowyer's Conjectures on the New Testament 556
Elasticity of Sound.-Heraldic Queries......509 Britton's Fine Arts of the English School ibid.
Family of the Tonsons.-Peerage of Ireland 510 Dr. Richard Reece's Medical Guide"...559
Want of Churches in India.-Portraits?...511 Vaughan's Visitation Sermons at Leicester 561
Disregard of Antiquities regretted, &c....512 Papers occasioned by Bible Societies ... 562
Rowley Quarry.-Monkwearmouth.-Dr.Carr513 Answers to Freeston.-Rejected Addresses 564
On the Custom of visiting on Sundays......514 SELECT POETRY for December 1812,
Remarks on the Translation of the Scriptures 517
Account of Mungo Park's melancholy Fate 519
Mr. Roentgen's intended Expedition to Africa520
FRAGMENTS OF LITERATURE, No. II. ....... 523
Voltaire. Uvedale of Horton.-South Family 525
Whichcotts, &c.-Encouragement to Authors 526
Plan for a new and improved Cyclopædia 527
Letter on Natural History, from Guernsey ibid
Petitions against the Roman CatholicClaims 528
Plan for speedy recovery of lost Children529-537 Obituary, with Anec. of remarkable Persons 591
Bentham and Gray.-Remarks on Luders 538 Canal, &c. Shares 598-Bill of Mortality 599
Succession of the Crown.-Westminst. Abbey 539] Prices of the Markets 599-Of the Stocks 600
Embellished with a Perspective View of BY LAND ABBEY, Yorkshire; a Sketch of a QUARRY
whence RowLEY RAG STONE taken; and a View of MoNKWEARMOUTH
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Proceedings in presentSession of Parliament 569
Interesting Intellig. from London Gazettes 573
Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences 577
Country News,583.-DomesticOccurrences 584
Theat. Regist.-Promotions-Preferments 585
Births and Marriages of eminent Persons.. 586
Memoirs of the Rev. Dr. Richard Purdy...587
Thomas Eagles, Esq
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