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OBITUARY.Bill of Mortality.- Markets. [April, worth, of Beaulieu, co. Louth, and niece were united; lie was brave, benevolent, to the late Viscounts Ranelagh and Moles- and generous, with manners most kind and worth,

conciliatory. Lately. At Lisban, near Kirkcubbin, East Indies.-Oct. 22. At Calcutta, Mr. Bernard Darian, aged 100. From five Fanny, wife of Major W. Percy Cooke, of years of age he enjoyed uninterrupted good E. 1. C.'s service. health until two days previous to his death. Nov. .. At Calcutta, Col. Vaughan, of

At Bellevue, near Dublin, Eliz, widow of 37th N. lof. Towo and Fort Major of Fort Lt.-Col. Hugh Henry.

William, and Aid-de-Camp to the GovernorAt Dublin, in her 20th year, Lady Jane- general; only brother of Capt. Vaughan, Anne-Louisa-Florence Cole, only dau. of of Royal N. Gloucester militia. the Earl of Enniskillen, and piece to the Lately. At Bombay, aged 23, Wm. HaMarquis of Anglesea.

milton, esq. 2d Cornet ist light cavalry. At Limerick, Alfred-Wilson Trevelyan, JANACA.—Nov. 8. George Minot, esq. esq. late of 32d reg. fourth and youngest formerly a Representative in the Assembly son of Sir John T'revelyan, Bart. of Nettle for the parish of Portland. combe Court, Somerset, and Wallington, Nov. 10. Frances Peat, a black slave, of Northumberland, by Maria, dau. of Sir Kingston, aged a hundred and thirly, leaving Thomas Spencer Wilson, Bart.

many descendants, to the fourth generation. April 1. At Ballintemple, co. Carlow, Lately. Aged 120, Mrs. Mary Innes. by the explosion of a gun, aged 10, the Jan. 8. Benj. Capon, esq. late Member youngest son of Sir Thomas Butler, Bart.

of Assembly for the parish of Westmorland. April 2. At Kingstown, near Dublin, ABROAD.-Mar, 6. At Pisa, aged 32, Elizabeth-Frances, wife of Lieut.-Col. Husc- the Hon. John Kennedy Erskine, Capt. on ler, R. Eng. only dau. of Orbell Ray Oakes, half-pay of 16th Lancers, and Equerry to esq. of Bury St. Edmund's.

the King. He was the younger son of ArMarch 16. Drowned (on board the steain- chihald 12th and present Earl of Cassilis, packet Frolic, which was wrecked between K. T. by Margaret, dau. of John Erskine, Milford and Bristol, when every person on esq. and took the name of Erskine after his board perished, see p. 362), Lt. Col. William paternal pame; he was married July 5, Gordon, formerly of the 2d Dragoon Guards, 1827, to Miss Augusta Fitzclarence, fourth in which regiment he was appointed Cornet daughter of his Majesty; hy whom he had 1796, Lieutenant 1798, Captaiu 1799, bre- a son born in 1928, and a daughter, Amelia, vet Major 1811, and Lt.-Col. 1819. In his born in 1829. He had been for some time character, honour, integrity, and truth abroad, on account of ill health.

BILL OF MORTALITY, from March 23 to April 19, 1831.
Christened.

l'uried.

2 and 5 202 50 and 60 153 Males 932 Males 879

6 and 10 60 60 and 70 174 1866 Females

Females 984

1755 876

10 and 20 62 70 and 80 125 Whereof have died under two years old 529

20 and 30 97 80 and 90 52

80 and 40 130 90 and 100 6 Salt 5s. per bushel; 1fd. per pound.

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CORN EXCHANGE, April 25.
Wheat.
Barley
Oats.

Rye.

Beans. Peas.
s. d.

d.
d. s. d.

d.

d. 76 0 46 0 31 0 34 0 42 0 48 0

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, April 25. Smithfield, Hay 21. 178. 6d. to 41. 85. Straw 1l. 135. to 21. Os. Clover 31. 155. to 5l. 105

SMITHFIELD, April 25. To sink the Offal—per stone of 8lbs. Beef. ...................... 35. 10d. to 4s. 4d. | Lamb

Os. Od. to Os. Od. Mutton....

................... 48. 4d. to 5s. od. Head of Cattle at Market . March 25 : Veal ....................... 58. od. to 6s.

od.
Beasts.

2,619

Calves 195 Pork...................... 4s.

od. to 58.

od. Sheep and Lambs 17,010 Pigs 160 COAL MARKET, April 25, 245. Od. to 32s. 6d. TALLOW, per cwt.-Town Tallow, 49s. 6d. Yellow Russia, 49s. Od. SOAP.-Yellow, 76s. Mottled 82s. Curd, 84s.6d.-CANDLES, 8s.6d. per doz. Moulds, 10s.

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[ 383 ] PRICES OF SHARES, April 18, 1831, At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, Change Alley, Cornhill. CANALS. Price. Div.p.arh.

RAILWAYS. Price. Ashby-de-la-Zouch £.80 0 £. 4 0 Forest of Dean £ 14 0 £.2 10 Ashton and Oldham 100 0 5 0 Manchester & Liverp. 186 0 Barnsley

220 0 10 0 Stockton & Darlington 210 o 5 Birmingh. (1-8th sh.) 2514 12 10 WATER-WORKS. Breckpock & Abergav. 105 0 6 0 East London

1145 5 0 Chelmer & Blackwater 103

5 0 Graud Juoction

484 2 10 Coventry 795 0 50 0 Kent

40 0

0 Cromford

17 0 Manchester & Salford 44 0 Croydon

2 0
South London

85 0
Derby
120 0 6 0 West Middlesex

70 0 3 0 Dudley

51 0 2 15 INSURANCES. Ellesmere and Chester 72 0 3 15 Albion

74 0 3 10 Forth and Clyde 625 0 27 0 Alliance

4 p.ct. Glamorganshire 290 0 13 12 8 Atlas

0 10 Grand Junction

246 0 13 0 British Commercial 5 0 5 {p.ct. Grand Surrey

2 10
County Fire

37 0 2 10 Grand Union

234
0 Eagle

54 0 5 Grand Western

77 dis.
Globe

135 0 7 0 Grantham

195 0 10 0
Guardian

244

1 0 Huddersfield

154

0 10
Hope Life

54

6s.6d. Kennet and Avon. 253

5
Imperial Fire

96 0 5 5 Lancaster

19 o
1 0 Ditto Life

94 0 8 Leeds and Liverpool 400

0 20
Protector Fire.

1 9 1s.6d. Leicester 917 0 17 0 Provident Life

19} 1 0 0 Leic. and North'n

73

4 0
Rock Life.

34

0 8 Loughborough

205 RI. Exchange (Stock) 186 0 Mersey and Irwell

40

MINES.
Monmoutbshire

225 0 12 0
Anglo Mexican

27 0 N.Walsham & Dilham 10 0

Bolanos

175 0 Neath 830 0 18 0 Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm) 554

8 10 Oxford

510 0 39 0 British Iron Peak Forest

3 0

Colomb. (iss. at 5 pm)
Regent's

384 dis.
161 o 12
Hibernian

54 Rochdale

733
4 0 Irish Mining Comp

0 Severn and Wye 204

1
Real Del Monte

32 0 Shrewsbury

250

11 0
United Mexican

94 Staff. and Wor.

710
38 0

GAS LIGHTS.
Stourbridge

290
12 0

Westminster Chartd.
Stratford-on-Avon

524 8 0 35

1 5

Ditto, New Stroudwater

104 0 12 490 0 23 0 City

191 0 10 0 Swansea

205
0 15 0
Ditto, New

120 0 6 0 Thames & Severn, Red 29 0 1 10

Phenix .

1 Ditto, Black 20

6 p.ct. 0 16

pm. British

3 dis. Trent & Mersey (tsh.) 630

0 37 10

Bath Warw, and Birming.

314 250 0 12 0

Birminghain Warwick and Napton

97}

5
215 0 11 5
Birmingham&Stafford

4 Wilts and Berks

5 0 0 Worc. and Birming.

Brighton
86 0

0
Bristol

40
DOCKS.

Isle of Thanet

2 dis. St. Katbarine's

73 0 3
Lewes

18 0 London (Stock) 62 0 3 o do. | Liverpool

380 0 10 0 West India (Stock) 125 0 8 o do. Maidstone

6 p.ct. East India (Stock) 67 0 o do. Ratcliff Commercial (Stock) o do. Rochdale

5 Bristol 120 0 4 15 10 Sheffield

60 0 10 p.ct. BRIDGES.

Warwick

50 0 Hammersmith

23 0 1 10 MISCELLANEOUS Southwark .

23
Australian (Agricult')

134 dis. Do. New 78 per cent. 26 0 1 15 Auction Mart

17 0 15 0 Vauxhall

19 0
1 0 Annuity, British

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8 p.ct. Waterloo

Bank, Irish Provincial 22 4 p.ct.
Ann. of 81.

22 0
18 8 Carnat.Stock, 1st class 914

4 0 Ann. of 71.

20 0
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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY W. CARY, STRAND,

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Old South Sea Annuities, April 7, 785 ; 11, 77ğ ; 20, 784 ; 26, 774.
J.J. ARNULL, Stock Broker, Bank-buildings, Cornhill,

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THE

GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE.

.........

[PUBLISHED JUNE 1, 1831.] London Gaz.-Times. Ledger

Norwich, Oxf.,Portsm..Pres. Morn. Chron. Post -Herald

ton, Sherb., Shrewsb , SouthMorn. Advertiser - Courier

ampion,Truro, Worcester 2... Globe- Standard...Sun..Star

Aylesbury, Bangor, Barnst., Brit Trav.. Record-Lil Gaz.

Berwick, Blackb., Bridgew, St. James's Chron..Packet.. Even. Mail.--English Chron.

0

Carmar., Colch., Chesterf,

Devizes, Doreh., Doncaster, 8 Weekly Pa...29 Sat. & Sun.

Falmouth, Glouc., Halifax Dublin it. Edioburgh 12

Henley, Hereford, LADCASLiverpool 9-Manchester 7

ter, Leaming Lewes, Line Exeter 6 - Bath Bristol, Si.ef

Lichf. Macclesf. Newark, field, York, 4 --- Brighton,

Newc. on-Tyne, Northamp Canterbury, Leeds, Hull,

Reading, Rochest.. Salish, Leicester, Nottingh. Plym.

Staff., Stockport, Taunton, Stamf. 3....Birming. Bolton,

Swansea, Wakef., Warwick, Bury, Cambridge, Carlisle,

Whiteh., Winches., Windsor, Chelmsf.,Cheltenh ,Chester,

Wolverhampton, 1 each. Coven., Derhy, Durh., Ipsw.,

Ireland 61-Scotland 37 Kendal,Maidst., Newcastle,

Jersey 4-Guernsey 3 MAY, 1831. Original Communications. On the Origin of Roman Numerals..........422 MINOR CORRESPONDENCE .... 386 Muller on the Doric Race.........

423 Excavations for the New London Bridge ....387 Review of Dew Publications. Saviour's Church-St. Martin's-le-Grand 390

Le Bas' Life of Bp. Middleton ......

..............495 Manuscripts relative to St. Katheriue's Hosp'891

Ellis's Polynesian Researches .

.427 Mining Speculations by Henry VIII...... ..392 Haigh's Sketches of Buenos Ayres.

.........428 On Parliamentary Surveys ..

..ib.

A Year in Spain, 429.-Cottage Allotments 481 Leebotwood Church and Longnor Chapel...393

Burgoyne on Charity Schools. .. .....

..........431 lotricacies in the Harcourt Pedigrees .. Channing on Unitarian Christianity .........433 Resemblance of the names of British Rivers 395

Trial of the Unitarians

.......435 On the Character of the Pretender ..........399 Divarication of the New Testament 486 Feudatory Sovereignties in England & Wales 400

Bp. of Chester's Practical Exposition. ......437 Clifton Suspension Bridge .....................401 Characters of Theophrastus....... ...ib. Tribute to Sir R. Cotton recommended . ... 403

Godwin on Man 438.—State Papers.........440 Notices of Ruerdean Church, co. Gloucester ib.

Nichols's Literary Illustrations, Vol. VI....448 On the Ultimate Remedy for Ireland .......404

Fine Arts.—Royal Academy, &c. ..........445 Dr. Forster's Aërjal Ascent.

..407

Lockyer's Gallery of Greenwich Hospital...448 Tenure by Cornage.

.408

LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.-New Works.....450 Ardfert Cathedral, Abbey, &c.

...............409
ANTIQUARIAN RESEARCHES .

.......455 Seat of the Family of Crosbie, co. Kerry...410

Historical Chronicle. Letters addressed to the Crosbie Family. ...411 Foreign News, 454.--Domestic Occurrences.455 De Marlés on the Kingdom of Bactria......412 List of Members of the House of Commons 457 Account of Stow Church, co. Lincolo ......415 Promotions, 461--Marriages, &c............462 Family of Coket, in Suffolk. .................417 OBITUARY; with Memoirs of the Earlof MulLetter of G. Vertue on Milton's Portrait....418 grave; Right Hon. R. Ward; Sir H. HawBp. Stillingfleet and his Family..............419

ley; Sir M. M. Lopes; Gen. Sir W.P.GallClassical Literature.

wey, Adm. Sayer, J. Christie, &c. &c. On the Coins of Evagoras

.420

Bill of Mortality.–Markets, 478.-Shares.479 Memorials of the Ancients ..

..................421 Meteorological Diary.Prices of Stock3..480 Embellished with Views of Ler.BOTWOOD CHURCH, and Longnor CHAPEL, Shropshire ;

And of CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Gloucestershire ;
ANCIENT SCULPTURE on the Porch of RUERDEAN CHURCH, &c.

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By SYLVANUS URBAN, Gent. Pripted by J. B. Nichols and Son, Cicero's Head, 25, Parliament Street, Westminster ;

where all Letters to the Editor are requested to be sent, Post-Paid.

(386)

MINOR CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. URUAN,

May 1. tant, and where? It is said to have been THE communication of my friend T.C.C. written by Samuel Jones, and published in in vol. c. pt. i. p. 306, respecting an earthen 1718. The author held an office in the jar, found in a Danish fort in the county of Custom-house at Whitby until 173). The Limerick, reminded me that in levelling a poem is adverted to in a letter in the Adrath, or as it is popularly called, a Danish denda to Gent's History of Hull; and is fort (for I believe they were the residence of also mentioned in Gough's Topography, the Irish, and not of the Danes,) about the rol. ii. p. 449. year 1810, at my late father's residence of

Mr. F. BEDFORD has written us a very Valebrook at Ballyvolane near Cork, among angry letter, of wbich we regret our inability other things turned up, was a fragment of to insert more than a few extracts. He earthenware, the top of the neck of a jar, on observes, " in your Magazine for last month, which is a very rude human face,

- the you have given insertion to an article pro fabric is similar in appearance to the de- fessing to be a critique upon a Chapel erectscription given of the jar found in the rathed a few years since under my superintendo at Limerick, mottled white and brown ex- ence in the parish of Lambeth. With the terior. The annexed is a correct drawing. writer of that article, who sigas himself

E. I. C. it is not my intention to enter into any controversy. am quite content that my works which are before the public, should speak for themselves, and be put in comparison with any others erected upon a similar scale of expense; and any serious refutation of the remarks of E. I. C. is unne cessary, as, fortunately for the objects of his attack, he carries his aptidote with him. As he has thought proper to venture upon detail, and grossly to misrepresent facts, I deem it right that you should be made acquainted with that circumstance. The following may suffice as a sample. Speaking of the groined ceiling of the Lambeth Chapel, E. I. C. remarks, 'The three aisles are of equal altitude, consequently the centre, which is broader than the lateral divisions, forms an angle more obtuse than the others.' The aisles are ont of equal height, the side aisles being 29 ft. 6 in., aud the center 35 ft. 9 in., and the angle of the ceiling of the nave, instead of being more obtuse than the others, is exactly the reverse, or more

acute. So much for the accuracy of E. I. C.” It strikes me as being more in character Mag. in July 1897, R. H. enquiring re

In the Minor Correspondence of the Geot. with the state of the arts, at the time we may suppose those raths to have been inha-specting the family of Stafford of Totten

hoe, Beds. mentions a friend of his being in bited, than the elegant article exhibited in

possession of a curiously illuminated pedithe plate of your Magazine, and which I sus

gree of that ancient family, deduced from pect is rather a proof of the skill than the fidelity of the fair artist who drew it. R.S.

an early period to the year 1694. If Mr. Urban can be the medium of obtaining the

benefit of a reference to that document, it The University of Oxford having under- will very much oblige the Editor of the Histaken the publication of the Ancient Wy- wry of Buckinghamshire : or if entrusted clifite Versions of the Scriptures (com- with the pedigree for a few days, it shall be prising both the Old and New Testaments), most punctually and carefully returned with any information respecting MSS, of these many thanks, and with a reciprocal access to Versions existing in private hands, is soli- any of his collections which may be decited by the editors, the Rev. J. Forshall, sirable to R. H. and Frederick Madden, Esq. to be addressed to either of them at the British Museum. The First Plate of our Number for April

A CONSTANT READER is anxious to learn having, in part of our impression, failed froin any of our Correspondents whether a in the printing, ihe Plate has been re-encopy of “ Whitby, a Poem ; occasioned by graved; and our Subscrilers may exchange Mr. Andrew Long's recovery froin Jaundice, their Prints either at the Publisher's or by drinking of Whitby Spaw Water,” is ex- Printer's.

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