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Brickwood, Miss, Sutton Wing, Thos. esq. Gray's Inp, to

Paternoster, Miss Mary Ann, Norfolk-street

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Aldis, Lady, in Nelson-square, 42—Abbinger, Ives, Mrs. 'at Bungay-Ingilby, Mrs. I. J.
Wm. (the Ipswich Fortune-teller) Adey, Mrs. Dunsdale, near Guisborough, 63.
D. Gloucestershire-Alexander, Miss E. Picca. Jackson, w, at Hazlehead, Alpha, Cumber-
dilly-Ackroyd, T, esq. Bradford, Yorkshire land, 94-Jaques, Mary, late of the bank in
Axford, J. Ludgate-hill, 88–Atkins, Hugh, esq. Leeds; at the Leeds Workbouse-Jones, Thos.
Moniac, Inverness, 57.

Wilson-st. Finsbury-square, 54-Jones, J. Y. * Browne, Lady

A. in Gardiner's row, Dublin, near Ross, Herefordshire-Jones, J. O. Leam87--Brownlow, C. esq. of Brook-st. Bath, at his ington, formerly an eminent cook at Newseat Largan, Ireland -Besson, Lieut. Charles, market, &c. &c. of the Royal Hospital, Greenwich, 85-Bee, Kaye, C. J. the infant son of Mr. C. Kaye, Mrs. of Bankside, 69-Beauvoir, Louis Henri Pentonville-King, Capt. G.(of the ship, James de Count du Roure and Marquis de Grisac, in Laing) on his passage from Jamaica, 58. Arundel-st. Strand--Brookbank, S. A. young- Leifchild, Mrs.S. Kensington, 85- Langton, est son of the Rey. J. Brookbank, of Wink R. esq. Newington-place --- Lawrence, Mr. R. worth-buildings, City-road-Badcock, Mrs. S. Bishop-Stortford. 1 at Sydenham, 60_Brewer, J. J. esq. at Gra- Mavor, Mrs, A. at Woodstock-Milles, Mrs, ville, near Havre de Grace, late Adjutant of H. Chesterfield-st. 65-Montmorency, Viscount Tilbury-Fort-Brewer, Mr. W. Runcton, 38. Frankfort 'de, at his Villa, near Clontarf.

Cornell, Mrs. E, of Lawrence-st. Chelsea, 56 a Privy Councillor, Trustee of the Linen Board,

Chester, R. eldest son of Sir Robt. Chester, Vice President of the Dublin Society, and Comof Bush-hall, Herts-Carne, C. at Truro, at the missioner for Improving the Port and Harbour advanced age of 96-Conway. New-place of Dublin-Manning, High-Wycombe, House, Southampton, 56-Collins, Rey. S. C. 67-Mathias, Miss A. at Drumcondra, aged 16, St. Johns, Exeter, 71–Cotes, Mrs. M. Peek- daughter of the Rev. B, W. Mathias-Mackel. ham, 88_Cooper, Mrs. T. Henley-upon-Thames ler, D, esq. Ely-place-Mackintosh, Colonel J. -Christian, Mrs. K. Wigmore-st.

on the retired list of the Royal Marine Forees, Dundonald. The Countess of, at Hammer- Noverre, F. fourth son of C. Noverre, esq. of smith-Dann, A. of Bond-st. 57–Dowding, W. Gt. Marlborough-st.--Newman, J. esq. Colonel esq. of Upper Thornhaugh-st. 70 - Douglas, in the Russian Service, and formerly Russian Miss M. A at Ealing-Du Sable, Capt. C. 47– Consul, at Hull, 83—Newcastle, The Duchess Day, T. Sarratt, Herts, 13-Dalziel, W. Great of, at Clumber-Nibbs, J. esq. at Upon-bouse, James-st. Bedford-row - Dickenson, W. esq. Southampton, formerly of Antigua-Nepean, Cumberland-place, New-road.

Sir E. bart. Loder, Devon, Higli Sheriff for the Earlom, Mr. R. Exmouth-st. Spa-fields, 80- County, 71 - Nimmo, Mrs. Kensington, 72– Elliott, Rey. Wm. Welford, Warwickshire- Newcastle, the infant son of his Graee the Evans, Mrs. wife of Capt. H. Evans, Knights- Duke, at Clunber-Nibbs, Mrs. J. Upton-house, bridge-Elliot, E. Peckham-Edwards, Mrs. R. Southampton, only survived her husband three Castle-st. Holborn.

days. Ffytche, L. D. esq. in Jermyn-st. 84-Farrar, Ord, Mrs. A. in Conduit-st. widow of the Mrs. of Mecklenburgh-square-Fraser, W. E. Rev. J. N. Ord, late Rector of Wheathamponly child of the Rev. H. Fraser, M.A. Rector stead, Herts--Oughterson, Rev. Arthur, at the of Woolwich-Forester, Rev. C. at Selby, 55 Manse of West Kilbride, 87-Oliver, Mr. J. of Fonnerau, J. 2. esq. at Donay, formerly of the Canal-place, Kent-road, 67. 20th Foot, aged 35-Foxcroft, Mrs. E. South- Pratt, Mrs. at Cormy Castle, County Caran. gate, 69 Foster, J. esq. High-green, 71–Fitz- -Pace, Lieut. G. of the Admiralty Telegraph herbert, Miss J. Chichester, 65—Fowler, T.C. Establishment, (suddenly Parkin, R. at St. Surgeon, Sheerness.

Wenn, Cornwall, aged 99--Petvin, Mrs. Eliz. Gurdon, Mrs. relict of the Rev. P. Gurdon, of Bromley, Kent-Pigot, J. Admiral of the Red, Assington-hall, Suffolk, 66–Griffiths, J. esq. at at Beddington, Surrey-Parker, T. Bush-lane, Charmouth, Dorset, formerly Surgeon to the Cannon-st. 84 - Parker, T. jun. Bush-lane, household of her late Majesty Queen Charlotte, Cannon-st. 55. and one of the Surgeons of St. George's Hos Russell, R. esq. at Exmouth, 64-Rovedino, pital-Griffiths, J. esq. of Stamford-hill, Mid- Signor Carlo, formerly of the King's Theatredlesex, & Doctor's Commons, London-Greaves, Row, T. esq. Mile-end-Ridge, T. esq. YarMiss R. at Tottenham-high-cross-Godbold, J. mouth, 62-Read, G. Wandsworth-Robertson, esq. Bury-St.-Edmonds, 93-Garrick, Mrs. re. G. esq. Royal Dragoons-Rivington, f. St. lict of the inimitable David Garrick, Adelphi. Paul's Church-yard, 78. terrace, aged 99 years-Gipps, J. fourth son of Scafe, J. E. esq. Gray's-im-Steers, Mrs. G. Gipps, esq. M.P. Howlett's, Herefordshire- Hastings, 70~Scott,, The lady of Sir J. Scott, Grace, J. esq. Aylesbury-Gill, B. C. esq. Wy- Great Barr-hall, Staffordshire-Street, Mrs. J. rardsbury, Bucks--Goodwin, T. B. Angel-court, Kilburn, 28—Schroder, Mrs. Clapham-rise, 72, Skinner-street-Gilpin, Wm. esq. East-Sheen (relict of H. Schroder, esq.Shipley, Mr. 2. Surrey, 64.

Whitley, near Tynemouth - Sykes, Mrs. C. Hara, c. o. esq. at Nymphsfield-Hodgkins, Wandsworth, 83-Sealy, Miss, Hastings, 38. Miss Mary, of Stoke Newington, 24, youngest Trash, Rev. A. J. of Queens' College, Oxford daughter of the late Rev. G. Hodgkins-Hood, -Tucker, I, at Westbury, Leigh, 64, (he was Mrs. wife of the Rev. R. W. Hood, of Roydon, well known as a Musical Composer)-ThornEssex-Horton, Mrs. at Bango, widow of the ton, Miss M. A. Fenchurch-st. 13-Trim, A. esq. late A. V. Horton, esq. of Dublin--Hume, Mrs. Camberwell, 84—Thodey, S. Poultry-Tippetts, E. Grove, Bath, sister of the late Dean of Der- Mrs. Spital-square-Travis, J. late of Huli. ry, and niece of the late Bishop of Salisbury- Usborne, Miss M. A. Trinity 21. Haslam, Mrs. W. Greenwich-Howlett, Miss Woodthorpe, V. Fetter-lane – Weall, J. of M. Kensington, 13–Hillam, H. esq. Newry, 77 Hatch-end, near Pinner, 66–Wylde, Mrs. Bur-Hamond, A. esq. Westacre-high-house, Nor- rington, Somerset, 62-Welch, Mrs. only sister folk, 81-Heslop, Mrs. Haxby-hall, Damaris- of Sir R. Welch, Eltham, Kent, 74_Wolfe, Mrs. Hustler, J. D. esq. Stepney, 69-Heywood. Miss E. Saffron-Waldon-Williamson, W. GeorgeM. I. Bedford-place-Hankey, the infant daugh- court, Piccadilly. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hankey-Holloway, Mr. E. Yates. B. esq. of Marlborough-place, WalCity-road, 20.

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open from Portsmouth to the city of The town of Linton lately presented Chichester, and but five hundred and a scene of the utmost confusion, in con- fifty yards, consisting of excavation sequence of a notice having been given and embankments, remain to be comthat the wages of the labourers were pleted in the main line of canal in to be reduced one shilling per week, a Sussex, in order to effect the long delarge body of whom, consisting of some sired object, that of barges passing hundreds, assembled by five o'clock in by inland navigation from London to the morning, in a' riotous and tumul. Portsmouth. tuous manner, and expressed their determination to strike, unless their

An order has arrived at Chatham wages were continued at the old standard. They paraded the whole parish,

Dock-yard, to stop the further discharge preventing any business being done, it is the intention of the Government,

of any more men from the naval yard; unless at the old wages; but, on a threat of being seut to prison, they for five days in the week, and the same

that the men shall continue working dispersed. Most of these misguided men have returned to their work, and

hours as usual, which will obviate the the parish is restored to tranquillity.

intention of a further discharge.

There lately accidentally met together, DERBYSHIRE.

at the Castle Inn, Canterbury, eight For many weeks such have been the quantity of apples brought into Mans

persons, who, from their relative con field market, that they have been hi

nexion with each other, form the foltherto sold at the rate of 3d. and 4d. lowing curious fact in consanguinity: per peck,

There were four sisters, five daughters,

one grandmother, one grandfather, DEVONSHIRE, The removal of the Post-Office pack- brother-in-law, three sisters-in-law, one

three aunts, one grand-daughter, one ets from Falmouth to Plymouth has been finally determined on, and will

son-in-law, two mothers, one father, shortly take place. It is said, the

one neice to three 'aunts, one uncle, principal part of the vessels will be

two wives, and two husbands. purchased of the owners by Govern.

LANCASHIRE. ment, by whom the Commanders, &c. Notice has been given by the Manwill be appointed. The Commis- chester and Preston bankers, that from sioners to inquire into Public Charities, and after the 29th of September next, commenced their labours at Barnstaple the rate of interest charged on dison Monday the 19th September, counts, and charged and allowed on DORSETSHIRE.

current accounts, will be 4 per cent. Copper ores sold at Pool on Thurs- per annum, instead of 5 per cent. as day, 1787 tons - standard, 1061. Is. heretofore. With the view of carryCopper ores for sale this week, at ing into effect the railway between Redruth, 2,402 tons. Copper ore sold Manchester and Liverpool, notice has at Swansea, Oct. 2, 162 tons.

been given of an application to ParliaDURHAM.

ment next Session, for an Act'with the Mr. Lambton has bought the colliery requisite powers. It is also intended at Newbottle, late the property of to have a rail road from Newton to Messrs. Nesham and Co., for 70,0001. Bolton, thereby connecting the comGLOUCESTERSHIRE.

munication with that town and LiverThe tenantry of the Rev. Sir Abra- 'pool and Manchester, as the direct ham Elton, Bart. met his agent at Bris- rail-road between these two places will tol, where his agent made the abate- pass through Newton. A notice for ment of his rents 401. per cent., when an Act for this purpose has also been the tenantry cheerfully paid the amount given. The Common Council of Li. of his demands.

verpool has voted the freedom of the HAMPSHIRE.

Borough, to the sons of the Right Hon. That branch of the Portsmouth and Geo. Canning, and General Gascoyne. Arundel Navigation, which crosses the -The assessment on houses, &c. in Island of Portsea, and terminates in a Liverpool, returned to the Select basin at the halfway houses, is opened Vestry, is stated for 1822, houses and for the reception of trading vessels and warehouses at 23,600; in 1820, 21,400; þarges. The communication is now increase in two years, 1,600.


years, by his manners and conversaDepreciation of Landed Property.

tion, becomingly sustained the charac. Forty acres of land in the parish of ter he had chosen.

'SUFFOLK. Harmondsworth, which a few years

On the 7th of October the Suffolk since were let at 21, an acre, were recently re-let at 5s. an'acre.

Bible Society held its eleventh AnniNORFOLK

versary Meeting in the Guildhall, Bury. Notwithstanding the united efforts

Lord Bristol in the chair. The Report of the magistracy and the peace offi

of the proceedings for the year stated cers, and the severe examples made by

the satisfactory progress of the Society, the Courts of Justice on offenders, the

and the great good it had effected. dreadful practice of machine-brcaking

The Guildhall was not crowded, nor has been again resumed by the deluded

was the meeting attended, as far as we populace in this county. A reward could see, by any of the resident of 5001. is offered, for ihe discovery of clergy of the Established Church, and the person or persons, who in the night only by a very few from the neighof the 25th ult., set fire to a field barn,

bourhood. in the Wents, in the occupation of Mr:

SURRY T. Pooly.

The repairs and alterations at ClareNORTHUMBERLAND.

mont, since the departure of his Royal A smart shock of an earthquake was

Highness the Prince Leopold, have distinctly felt at Dunston, near New

been carried to a great extent. Most castle, accompanied by a loud noise of the floors, with the exception of the like distant thunder.- The oil (9

state rooms, have been taken up and tuns and 158 gallons), the produce of

new ones laid down, owing to the dry. the whale which was taken a few

rot having affected them to so great weeks ago upon this coast, and the

an extent. The principal part of the right to which had become an object house, with the out-bnildings, have of dispute between two great land

been fresh painted, and the stateowners, upon whose property it had

rooms have received great addition of been cast, was taken possession of in

splendour. The servants have been behalf of the Crown, by a special order

on board wages the whole of the time, from the Admiralty. -Newcastle and

not one being dismissed owing to his

Marlthe neighbourhood, in consequence of Royal Highness's absence. the stoppage of the keelmen on the borough House has likewise been river, are filled with soldiers like towns greatly improved. His Royal Highbeseiged. Earl Grey Þas recently

ness' is soon expected in this country. communicated to his numerous tenant

SUSSEX ry in Northumberland and North Dur- On the Brighton road, not far from ham, his intention to remit 20 per cent. Reigate, is a notice on a large board of all his rents, from Martinmas, 1821,

of a farm to let “ rent-free: "At the SOMERSETSHIRE.

election of a Mayor for the town of Upwards of 200 navigators, lately Arundel, thie Leet Jury returned Mr. employed on the Bude Canal, have Watkins and Mr. Parker to the Court. commenced their operations on the Each of these gentlemen were put in projected Taunton and Bristol canal. nomination, when a great shew of They are immediately to open the hands proclaimed the choice of the ground at Fire Pool Weir, near Taun- burgesses to be in favour of Mr. Wat

A party of the workmen are kins. No poll being demanded, he also to commence their labours at was declared unanimously elected. Creech, and a bridge near the present The migrations from the villages in one at Bathpool, is to be erected. The the weal of Sussex to Brighton, this ļine will terminate in the Paret, about Michaelmas, have been incrediably nua mile from Bridgwater.


Some villages are said to STAFFORDSHIRE.

have been almost deserted. This is a A Tread Mill in the county prison lamentable proof of the agricultural is now finished, and has been brought misery and distress. Many unfortuinto full operation. The severity of nates, whó, but a few years ago, were the labour is certainly adapted to pre- basking in the sunshine of affluence, vent the repetition of crime.Died, have brought hither their last 50l. peron Wednesday, the 25th of Septem- haps 201., with the view of making an ber, aged 60, Charles Evans, better effort in some little way of business, known by the name of Carolus the to save themselves and families from Hernit of Tong, where in a lonely and pauperism, to which many, alas, too romantic cell on the domain of George many! of their more wealthy neighDurant, Esq. he for the space of seven bours have been already compelled to


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submit. It is calculated that not less Mr. W. L. Jones, of Dolgelly. The than 200 famillies of the above de. prize for the Poem was bestowed on scription have taken up their resi. Mr. P. Jones, of Liverpool. That for dence here since New Michaelmas-day. the best Englyn on “The Rainbow," WILTSHIRE.

fell to the lot of Mr. W. Jones, DenMr. Farquhar, the wealthy East In- bigb; and that for the best Essay, was dian, has recently purchased Fonthill awarded to Rev. J. Hugbes, Brecon, Abbey, together with all its appen- The successful candidates were in. dages, for between three and four hun. vested with the Bardic insignia by Mr. dred thousand pounds. The timber on Edward Williams, the venerable bard the estate is estimated at 100,0001; of Glamorgan. The attendance was the building has not cost so little as both numerous and splendid. 400,0001.; and since the present possessor came of age, he has laid out

SCOTLAND. at least a million sterling in beautifying and embellishing this most splen

A remarkably fine and very valudid domain. Nearly 15,000 guineas able marble bust of the late Jaînes are said to have actually been received Watt, Esq. has been presented to the for tickets of admission to the grounds Magistrates of Greenock, by his son, and Abbey of Fonthill.

The re

the present Mr. Watt, of Soho, as an mains of a Roinan villa, with a beau- expression of his respect for the birthtifully tessilated pavenient, have re

place of his illustrious parent. It is cently been discovered between Far.

fresh from the chissel of Mr. Chantry. ley Castle and Iford. Indeed the ex- ,

For the first time, these sixty istence of the remains have been

years there is a division in the corknown for a considerable time by per- poration of Glasgow, respecting the sons in the neighbourhood. Several

choice of a chief magistrate for the en. small coins have been found, bearing suing year.

In the Lothians they the name of " Tetricus," together with

have now had five heavy crops of some other curiosities, which are now

wheat'in succession a circumstance in the possession of the Rev. Mr.

to which the oldest farmer living Richardson, rector of Farley.

scarcely recollects a parallel. - The WORCESTERSHIRE.

quantity of fruit and potatoes now exAt a recent meeting of Worcester

hibited for sale in Glasgow is scarcely Dorcas Society, it was resolved to pre

creditable. In every corner they are sent a quantity of clothing to the des

seen lying in loads heaps and seltitute Irish. By a recent arrange

ling at prices which, some years ago, ment the London mail will arrive in

would scarcely have defrayed the exWorcester at half-past nine, and return

pence of carriage from the place of at four; further alterations of the

growth to the market. branch mails are in contemplation.

IRELAND, A machine for the dressing of cloth As the winter approaches, and the has recently been erected in Leeds, long nights begin, the outrages of the which does as much in forty-five mi- Irish peasantry recommence. Rannutes as two men could do in two sacking houses for arms, setting fire to days.Dr. Burnaby and Ma. stacks, particularly to collections of thews, Esq. two of the Commissioners tithe produce, and the murders which for investigating the state of charita. frequently result from those acts of ble foundations for the purposes of violence, are coming into full activity education, have arrived at Hull, and again. -The subject announced by commenced with an examination of Dublin Trinity College, for the Vicethose connected with the Corporation. Chancellor's Prizes, at the ensuing

commencement is :-“ British GeneWALES.

rosity to Irish Distress.” -Lord ClanEisteddfod, or Congress of Bards at brock, in the neighbourhood of ShanaBrecon, excited considerable interest golden, viewed each tenant's farm; to throughout the principality; was at. some he forgave large arrears, and retended by several persons eminent in duced the rent to what it had been the literature of their country. Sir thirty years ago; to others he gave a C. Morgan presided. The prizes were second eduction of a fifth, forgiving given as follows: for the best Ode, to arrears also.


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1200 James Walker Alexander Naire Richard Aplin John Pearson

F. P. Alleyn James Cannan
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