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eighth year of his age, Mr. William Indian Queen tavern in that city, Miller, sen., of Philadelphia, mer- and universally known and respectchant, partner of the late firm of ed for his urbanity and hospitality. Miller and Murray.

At NEWARK (N. J.), on ThursOn Sunday evening, July 12, Mrs. day, July 16, after a long and severe Isabella Albertus, wife of Mr. Lewis indisposition, Mr. John Baldwin, late Albertus.

of the firm of Meeker and Baldwin On the evening of the 15th July, of Philadelphia, much lamented by captain John Lockton, in the seven- his relations and all those who had ty-seventh year of his age.

the pleasure of his acquaintance. On Thursday, July 23, in the fifty, On Monday, the 20th July, the seventh year of his age, Mr. Mau. Rev. Dr. Alexander Macwhorther, rice Kennedy, of Philadelphia. This aged 73 years. He lived a life of gentleman was eminently distin- eminent usefulness, and has died guished by his strength of under- greatly and justly lamented. standing, intellectual improvement, In Pittsford, Rey. Ebenezer Harand'unaffected piety. He lived in wood, aged 77. peace with all mankind, and died In Worthington, (Con.) widow the death of the righteous.

Sarah Wilcox, aged 92. Her deOn Monday morning, July 27, cendants are, 13 children, 70 Mr. Robert Erwin, sen.

grand children, 190 great grand On Monday, July 27, of a linger. children, and 16 great great grand ing illness, Mrs. Catharine White, children. consort of Josiah White, merchant, In Pomerania, the Prussian lieuof Philadelphia,

tenant general Kalkreuth (probably At New York, on Wednesday, the father of the general, who at the June 24, in the sixty-sixth year of last dates, was so gallantly defendhis age, Dr. A. Bainbridge, a res. ing Dantzic), aged 87. He entered the pectable physician of that city. service in 1740, assisted in all the

On Sunday, July 12, on board campaigns of the great Frederick, the brig Huntress, Breeze, from and was esteemed for his military Charleston, Mr. James Gregorie, an talents. old and respectable merchant of In Germany, a Mrs. Wingers, Charleston, on his way to the Springs aged 115, who preserved her reafor the benefit of his health. His son to the last moment. For some body was preserved, and brought to days before her death, she was the quarantine ground, New York, blind; and at the age of 103 she had where, on the Wednesday following, a set of new teeth like a young per. he was decently interred, attended son. by the passengers on board the In Vienna, prince De Stahemberg, Huntress, and the officers of the one of the Austrian ministers, and quarantine establishment.

father of the Austrian ambassador On Sunday, July 19, Mrs. Ann in London, aged 84. Debett, widow of John Debett, aged. On the coast of Africa, 12th eighty-six years.

March last, Mr. James Fisk, a naOn Tuesday, July 21, captain Pen tive of Farmingham, Massachusetts.. ter Corne, in the eighty-fifth year of In Martinique, 2d June, madame his age.

De Lapagerie, mother of her On Friday morning, July 24, the majesty the empress and queen of Rev. John C. Kunze, D.D., minister France and Italy, aged 74. Her re. of the German Lutheran church in mains were interred, with great that city.

pomp, in which all the civil, eccleAt BALTIMORE, on Sunday morn- siastical, and military bodies assist. ing, June 28, at the age of fifty-six, ed. On the 17th the funeral serafter a lingering illness, which he vice was celebrated throughout the bore with intrepid firmness, Mr. colony on the event. William Evans, proprietor of the At Nassau, N, P., on the 9th inst,

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customs at that place.

Decay,
Diarrhoea,
Dropsy,

Dropsy in the chest,
WEEKLY REGISTER OF MORTA-

Drowned, LITY IN THE CITIES OF PHI

Dysentery,

Drunkenness, LADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AND

Fever puerperal BALTIMORE.

typhus,

Sore-throat,
Health-office, July 4, 1807.

Small-pox, natural,
Interments, in the city and liberties Still-born,

of Philadelphia, in the week end. Suicide, ing the 4th of July.

Vomiting,

Unknown, Diseases.

. Ad. Childr. Apoplexy,

1 0

Total, Cholera morbus,

Of the above there were : Cholic,

Under 2 years 16 Consumption of the lungs 4 0

From 2 to 5 Convulsions,

10

10 15
Dropsy,
Dropsy in the brain,
Dropsy in the chest,
Dysentery,

40 50
Fever inflammatory,
remittent or bilious,

60 70 Hives,

70 80 Inflammation of the lungs, 1 1

80 90 Insanity,

Ages unknown Old age,

Total

41 Palsy, Small-pox, natural,

July 18. Prolapsis uteri,

1 0
Diseases

Ad. Childr. Total,

22 23—45

Abscess of the lungs,

Apoplexy,
Of the above there were :

Atrophy,
Under 2 years 18
Burns,

1 0
From 2 to 5

Casualties,
5 10

Cholera morbus,
Cholic,

0 1
Consumption of the lungs, 6
30 40

Convulsions,
40 50

Decay,
Diarrhæa,

Dyspnea,
80
90

Dropsy,

Dropsy in the head,
Ages unknown 6

Drowned,
45

Dysentery,
July 11.

Epilepsy,
Diseases

Ad. Childr. Eruptions,
Abscess in the lungs,
Asthma,

typhus,
Atrophy,
Casualties,

1 0 Cholera morbus,

Old age, Cholic,

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

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of June 1807.

Diseases. Total,

24 40—64 Cholera morbus,
Of the above there were :

Cold,
Under 2 years 31

Consumption
From 2 to 5

Convulsions,
10

Decay,
20

Dropsy,
Inflammation of the bowels,

Liver disease,
40 50

Palsy, 50 60

Rheumatisin,

Small-pox,
70 80
80

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90

Stillborn,
Ages unknown

Suicide by laudanum,
Total

Worms,

Julij 25. Adults 13.-Children 9.–Total 22: Discases.

Ad. Childr. Apoplexy,

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From June 27 to July 4.

0 Asthma,

0 1

Diseases. Cholera morbus,

Consumption Cholic,

Convulsions Consumption of the lungs, 5

Debility Convulsions,

Decay Decay,

Dropsy Diarrhea,

Typhus Fever Dropsy,

Inflammation of the stomach 1 Dropsy in the head,

- lungs 1 Dropsy in the breast,

- bowels 1 Drowned,

Mortification Dysentery,

Old age Drunkenness,

Pleurisy Inflammation of the brain, O

Rupture of a blood vessel liver, 1

Sprue .

1 Insanity,

Teething
Hooping cough

1 Mortification,

. Mortification of the bow.

Insanity els,

0 1

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

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

0 1

Diseases. Scrosula,

Apoplexy, Disease unknown, 1 1 Casualty,

Childbed, Total,

21 35---56

Cholic,
Of the above there were : Consumption,

Under 2 years 28 Convulsions,
From 2 to 5

Debility,
5 10
20

Dropsy,
20 30

Dropsy in the head, 30 40

Epilepsy, 40 50

Infantile flux, 50 60

Jaundice, 60 70 1

Intemperance, 70 80

Intianimation of the lungs,
80-90

Old age,
Ages unknown
Total

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Diseases. Syphilis,

Sudden death Worms,

Drowned Adults 18.—Children 18.—Total 36. Stillborn Interments in the burying grounds

Cholera

Fits of the city and precincts of Bal. timore, during the week ending

Consumption

Suicide
June 29, at sunrise.

Disease unknown
Diseases.

Hooping-cough
Pleurisy,

Apoplexy Worms,

Adults 12.-Children 14.- Total 26 Dropsy, Cholera,

: July 20. Fits,

Diseases. Sudden death,

Diseases unknown, Lock jaw,

Stillborn, Hooping-cough

Worms, Intermitting fever,

Cholera, Debility,

Teething, Accidental

Sudden death, Palsy

Drowned, Still born,

Pleurisy, Cholic,

Intemperance, Disease unknown,

Consumption, Consumption,

Old age,

Inflammation, Bowel complaint,

Cholic, Adults 14. Children 16.-Total 30. Adults 15.-Children 28.—Total 43.

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Philadelphia, July 30, 1807. Eight per cent.

102per cent. Six per cent.

98 Three per cent.

631

119 Bank United States - Pennsylvania

131 . North America

136 --- Philadelphia , .

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28 dollars for 30 paid Insurance Company Pennsylvania

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80 - Philadelphia

140 --- Union

52 dollars for 60 paid -.- Delaware

45 do. do. -.. Phoenix

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21 dollars for 35 paid United States

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101 per cent. City Loan Schuylkill Bridge Shares

70 Delaware Bridge Shares

74 dollars for 79 paid Lancaster Turnpike Shares

par Germantown Turnpike Shares

72 per cent.
Cheltenham and Willow Grove Turnpike Shares 80
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Course of Exchange. Bills on London, at 60 days, 164 per cent.

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