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Small-pox, natural, 0

Report of deaths, in the city of NewStill-born,

0 8

York, from the 20th, to the 27th Unknown,

0 1

of June 1807.

Diseases.
Total,
24 40–64 Cholera morbus,

1
Of the above there were :
Under 2 years 31
Cold,

1
From 2

Consumption
to 5 2
Convulsions,

2
5 10 2
Decay,

1
10 20 1
Dropsy,

2
20 30

Inflammation of the bowels, 2
30
40
4
Liver disease,

1
40 50 5
Palsy,

1
50 60
Rheumatisın,

1
60 70 2
70
Small-pox,

1
80 2
Sprue,

1
80 90 1
Stillborn,

1 Ages unknown

8
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Suicide by laudanum, 1
-64
Worms,

1 July, 25. Adults 13.-Children 9.-Total 22: Diseases.

Ad. Childr. Apoplexy,

1 0

From June 27 to July 4. Asthma,

0 1

Diseases.
Cholera morbus,

0 15
Consumption

4 Cholic,

2 0
Convulsions

2 Consumption of the lungs, 5 1

Debility

1 Convulsions,

1 5
Decay

1
Decay,
0 1 Dropsy

1 Diarrhea, 2 3 Typhus Fever

1 Dropsy,

2

Inflammation of the stomach 1 Dropsy in the head, 0 1

· lungs 1 Dropsy in the breast, 1

bowels 1 Drowned,

1
Mortification

1
Dysentery,
0 2

2 Drunkenness,

1

Pleurisy
Inflammation of the brain, O

Rupture of a blood vessel 1
liver, 1
Sprue

1
Insanity,
1 0 Teething

1 Mortification,

1
Hooping cough

1 Mortification of the bow.

Insanity

1 els,

0 1

Adults 16.-Children 7.-Total 23. Sore-throat,

0 1

From the 4th to the 11th July. Still-born,

0 1

Diseases. Scrosula,

1 0 Apoplexy, Disease unknown,

1 1 Casualty,

Childbed,
Total,
21 35-56 Cholic,

1
Of the above there were : Consumption,

7
Under 2 years 28

Convulsions,
From 2 to 5 3 Debility,
5 10
Decay,

1
10 20
Dropsy,

1
20 30
Dropsy in the head,

1
30 40 2

1
40 50
Infantile flux,

3
50 60 6

Jaundice,
60 70 1
Intemperance,

1
70 80 1

Inflammation of the lungs, 1 80 90 1

1 Ages unknown

Palsy,

1 Total -56 Stillborn,

2

old age

Epilepsy,

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Old age,

July 6.

Suicide by laudanum, 1
Syphilis,

1 Worms,

3 Adults 18.-Children 18.-Total 36. Interments in the burying grounds

of the city and precincts of Baltimore, during the week ending June 29, at sunrise.

Diseases. Pleurisy,

2 Worms,

1 Dropsy,

2 Cholera,

3 Fits,

2 Sudden death,

1 Lock jaw,

1 Hooping-cough

1 Intermitting fever,

1 Debility,

1 Accidental

1 Palsy

1 Still born,

2 Cholic,

2 Disease unknown,

2

Diseases.
Sudden death

4
Drowned

1
Stillborn
Cholera

10
Fits

2 Consumption

3 Suicide

1 Disease unknown

1 Hooping-cough

2 Apoplexy

1 Adults 12.-Children 14.- Total 26

July 20.
Diseases.
Diseases unknown,

4
Stillborn,

4
Worms,

1
Cholera,
Teething,

5
Sudden death,

1 Drowned,

1 Pleurisy,

1 Intemperance,

1 Consumption,

1

5 Consumption, Croup,

1 Bowel complaint,

1 Adults 14. Children 16.-Total 30.

3 Inflammation,

2 Cholic,

1 Adults 15.-Children 28.-Total 43.

Old age,

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page Omar and Fatima, or the apothe Biographical sketches

92 cary of Ispahan

59 | The American Literary Associa. On advice

64 tion Memoirs of the celebrated Boer. Literary, philosophical, commerhaave

66 cial, and agricultural intelli* Evening meditations

67
gence

95 On comets

68

POETRY. Memoirs of Immanuel Kant 70 || The grave

101 Bull feasts in Spain 72 || The holy man

102
Manners and customs of the Rus. Addressed to a branch of the ri.
sian peasants

77
ver Avon

103 Pope Sixtus the fifth and the shoe Stanzas

104 maker

80 | Lines addressed to a fountain ibid. * On education 83 Marriages and deaths

105 Observations on the vicissitudes of Weekly register of mortality in human life

85 the cities of Philadelphia, New Essay on the national character of York, and Baltimore

108 the French 88 ll Price of stocks

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OMAR AND FATIMA; OR, THE APOTHECARY OF ISPAHAN.

A Persian Tale.

Continued from page 10.

Had it been for a wager of ten indicating the seventh hour, and the times the number of tomans that trumpets from the minerets sumwere in the till of Nadir, the sun moned him to prayers. and the sage could not have risen « Not accustomed to much indulmore punctually together. While gence,” said Nadir, as he performthe former, with its oblique rays, was ed his ablutions, “

poor Tamira is gilding the turrets, the minerets, the an instance that one gratification triumphal arches, and all the varie- demands another; she feasted yesty of sublime objects which distin- terday, she sleeps this morning.” guished the imperial city of Ispahan, Turning to the twelve hundred the latter, having taken his diurnal and thirty-first page of the Abridgstation, was, with the utmost com ment of the Philosopher of Zulpha's posure, leaning over the balustrade labours, we find that Nadir, who before his shop; and while smoking had shut his door, and hastened to a pipe of at least six feet long, con the mosque, was mistaken in his templating the pavement of the ba- conjectures respecting his house. zar, on which nothing was to be keeper, for the vigilant Tamira had discerned. It was not market-day, risen before either the sun or him. and consequently the pavement of self, and also that she had left the the bazar was as smooth and unoc house. To conjecture where she cupied as a new shorn field.

was gone puzzled the sagacious When the sage had finished his apothecary at his return, and almost pipe and his cogitations, which, obliterated the remembrance of his whatsoever might have been their quondam guest. All that he could subject, terminated in wonder at rest upon was, that she, having some what could have induced Tamira part of the toman left, had sallied to sleep so much beyond her usual forth to procure such necessaries as time, for now the gnomon of the were wanted in the house. dial 'cast its shade upon the figure Satisfied with this suggestion, he

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