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1823.) OBITUARY.

475 April 23. Charles Grant, esq. youngest In Tokenhouse-yard, aged 74, Mr. Benbrother of Sir W. Grant.

nett, many years Master of Lloyd's. In Surrey-st, aged 82, John Davies, esq. In Tavistock-square, William White, esq. late one of the Cashiers to the Treasurer of At Hampstead, Priscilla-Lydia, wife of his Majesty's Navy:

Lieut. Wm. Smith, R. N. and dau. of Rev. In Duke-st. Aldgate, aged 101, Mr. Dr. White, of Castor. Mashod Shannon.

May 14. In Great James-st. aged 69, At her son's at Hampstead, aged 89,

Mrs. Aun Booty. Mrs. Cambauld.

May 28. In Compton-st. Soho, the April 24. In North Audley-st. aged 75, wife of Mr. Charles-George Dyer, leaving a James Hallett, esq. of Higham, near Can disconsolate husband and an infant dau. to terbury, and of Dunmow Priory.

lament her loss. In the Haymarket, aged 82, Philip-Fran BEDFORDSHIRE.—

-March 30. Aged 15 cis Hast, esq. nearly 40 years one of his months, Gregory-Osborne-Page, son of Sir Majesty's household.

G. O. P. Turner, Bart. of Battlesden Park. At Chelsea, aged 69, Mr. Thomas Simp BERKSHIRE.Feb. 8. Robert Blake, esq. son, 41 years Engineer of Chelsea Water M. P. for Arundel. Works.

March 10. At Reading, advanced in April 25. At Peckham, aged 74, Anne, age, Richard Maul, esq. father of C. Maul, widow of late J. Baty Varnham, esq. esq. surgeon, Southampton.

John Fryer, esq. of Upper Hommerton, March 15. At Abingdon, Tho. Prince, and Duncan-st. Whitechapel.

esq. formerly a Captain in the Berks Militia. April 26. At. Chelsea, aged 69, the May 7. At Oxenwood, Charles-Henry wife of P. Reinagle, esq. R. A.

Randall, eeq.
April 27. In Brunswick-sq. the wife of Aged 74, Wm. Pitt, esq. of Windsor.
Wm. Reader, esq. barrister at law.

Bucks.—Mary, relict of Rev. Dr. Foster, 'In Newgate-st. aged 64, George Winter, head master of Eton College. esq. Common Councilman of the Ward of

April 26.

The dau. of T. Pocock, esq. Farringdon Within, to which office he was of Langley, and sister to Sir Geo. Pocock, elected in 1809.

Standard-bearer to his Majesty. April 28. At Richmond, Surrey, Eliza CAMBRIDGESHIRE.--Feb. 16. At Cambeth-Aone, eldest surviving dau. of late W. bridge, Francis Boultbee, B. A. of St. John's Ross, esq. of New Boswell-court.

College. He had been down the river in a The widow of late T. Brown, esq. of boat, and incautiously remaining without his Lower Cheam.

coat, was in the evening attacked by inApril 29. In Bryanstone-street, the wife flammation in the bowels, which terminated of Rev. J. B. Herne.

fatally. T. Hurd, esq. Captain R. N.

CUMBERLAND. -- April 12. Aged 58, In Great Cumberland-pl. aged 76, Lieut.- Captain Thomas Barwise, late of the ship Gen. Vere Warner Hussey.

Cumberland, of Whitehaven. Captain Bar-, May 1. At Pentonville, aged 44, Ma wise commanded different ships in Messrs. rion, daughter of late J. Cumming, eseg. Hartleys' employ for 35 years, in the course

Mrs. Dowding, of Mecklenburgh-square. of which period he made thirty voyages to

May 2. In London, Col. Davey, Royal and from Jamaica and Whitehaven ; and if Maripes, late Lieutenant-Governor of Van we except his getting aground in Negrill Dieman's Land.

Bay, Jamaica, in June 1813, and abandonMay 3,

In Hatton-garden, aged 60, ing his vessel in the dreadful hurricane of J. W. Cox, esq. of Demerara.

the 9th of August 1815, homeward bound, May 5,

At Camden-terrace, Jererniah from Jamaica, the vessels under his comStockdale, esq. of High Holborn, Mille mand never received the most trifling damaker to his Majesty.

mage-not even so much as the loss of an At Greenwich, aged 82, Mrs. Nairne. anchor, cable, lower mast, or bowsprit; he

May 7. At her mother's house, aged was never captured by the enemy, nor had 31, Amelia, wife of S. Berton, esq. of Ber any part of his cargoes damaged. ners-st, and youngest dau. of late Wm. De DerbyshiRE.—March 12. At Shepley, sanges, esq.

aged 19, Henry, 2d. son of Edward-Miller. May 10. At Richmond, Louisa, dau. of Mundy, esq. a midshipman in his Majesty's J. Debaufre, esq.

naval service, an officer of great promise, At Richmond, Aune, wife of John Raw- and much beloved. lins, esq. sen. late of Englefield-green. DEVONSHIRE.—March 15. At Honiton's

At Brompton, aged 67, Frances, wife of clist, aged 42, Frederick Le Mesurier, esq., Robert Wood, esq.

formerly his Majesty's Vice Consul at HavreMay 13. In Tavistock-sq. Wm. White, de-Grace. esq. B. A. of Brasennose College.

March 16. At Dawlish, Francis WhalAged 71, Matthew Topham, esq. of ley, M. D. late of Ripon, co. York, whose Gray's Inn. He lived highly respected, and rich mental endowments, unsullied integrity, died much lamented.

unwearied benevolence, and unaffected piety,

combined

May 6.

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(May, combined withi his eminent medical abilities, At Clifton, Downger' Lady Owen, of obtained for him general esteem.

Portman-sq. She was sister of Col. Colly, March 20. At Torquay, aged 21, Char of the Pembrokeshire Militia ; was married lotte, wife of Grenville Pigott, esq. of Dod- in 1775 to Sir Hugh Owen, fifth Baronet, of dershall Park, Bucks, youngest dau. of Edw. Orielton, co. Pembroke, who died Jan. 16, Long, esq. of Hampton-lodge, Surrey. 1786. April 20. At Sidmouth, Maria, wife of April 14.

At the Hotwells, aged 43, John-Charles Purling, esq. of Kingston the wife of Henry Parry, esq. of Monmouth. Russell, Dorsetshire.

Aged 48, Geo. Stuckey, esq. of Langport. DorsetshiRE. — April 4.

At Druce,

April 19.

At Cheltenham, Catherine, James Stevens, esq.

widow of late Rev. T. Willis, of Bletchley, T'he eldest dau. of late Rev. W. Feltham, Bucks. formerly rector of Chettle.

April 28. At Clifton, the wife of Rob. April 30. At Shaftesbury, aged 70, the Stearne Tighe, esq. of Michelstown, co. relict of Rev. James Merchant, formerly, a Westmeath. Dissenting Minister.

At Clifton, Harriet, wife of DURHAM.April 6. At Tunstall-lodge, Fiennes Trotman, jun. esq. of Northmeadnear Sunderland, by a fall from his horse, house, Siston. John, son of G. Robinson, esq. formerly of HAMPSHIRE.-At Fareham, aged 83, the the Customs.

relict of Sir W. Benett. Essex.–March 24. At Cranbrook-house, At Southampton, aged 30, Capt. S. Bidnear Ilford, aged 74, Elizabeth, relict of dulph, of the 25th reg: late J. M. Grafton Dare, esq.

At Ringwood, Rob. Hicks, esq. banker. March 30. At Borley Parsonage, aged Feb. 10. At Titchfield, Capt. R. R. 69, Anne, relict of Rev. W. Herringham, Bowyer, R. N. formerly rector of Borley and Chadwell St. Feb. 13. At Ringwood, Wm. son of Rev. Mary.

Henry Davis. April 4. At Myless, near Ongar, Eliza Feb. 14. Edward Woolls, esq. of Winbeth, relict of late Christopher Tower, esq. chester. of Weald-hall.

March 25.

At Amport, Mr. Edward April 23. At Westbury-house, Barking, Biggs, aged 100 years. His venerable reaged 96, Alice, widow of Jos. Keeling, esq. lict is 93, and his daughter 70 years of age.

April 26. At Walthamstow, aged 86, April 10. From the effects of a fall from Susannah, widow of late Edward Forster, his horse, Mr. Shawyer, of King's Somesq. (see vol. LXXXII. pt. i. pp. 398, 487.) borne, well known on the turf, and esteemed and dau. of late J. Furney, esq. of Bristol. one of the best jockies of the day. She was most justly respected and beloved April 11. At Lymington, Sibella, relict by those who knew her for her most benevo- of the late Wm. Sutherland, esq. of Grove lent and truly disinterested conduct through- House; she had entered her 81st year.

April 18. Aged 70, Robert Steele, esq. April 30. Aged 64, Thomas Spitty, esq. of Alresford. of Billericay.

May 1. At Winchester, aged 82, Aune, GLOUCESTERSHIRE.- Lately. At Cains widow of Rev. Freeman Gage, formerly Reccross, aged 80, Wm. Judson, esq. a partner tor of Holton, Oxon. in the house of Peach, Gidley, and Judson, Hunts.-- April 17. At Godmanchester, of Rooksmoor.

aged 92, John Skeggs, tailor. He could see Lately. Aged 69, the wife of Henry to work without spectacles to the last. Upton, esq. of Cheltenham.

Kent.–At Westerham, aged 83, Mrs. At Clifton, very advanced, Mrs. Barrow, Anne Green. aunt of P. J. Miles, esq. M. P.

March 18. At Ashford-Lodge, Halstead, March 28. At Cheltenham, in conse- aged 23, Angelo, youngest son of Fermin quence of her clothes taking fire, Elizabeth

de Tastet, esq. Grant, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Hart, M. P. for March 15. At Chatham, the wife of county of Donegal.

Major-gen. D'Arcy. April 6. At his lodgings, at Bristol, 71, March 31. At St. Stephen's, CanterJoseph Haydn, once a celebrated Comedian, bury, Susanna Bonella, relict of Rev. G. and Manager of a Theatre, but who has for Gipps, Rector of Ringwould. the last seven years supported himself by May 8. At Bromley, Frances Anne, dau. selling fruit about the streets of Bristol ; of late Rev. J. J. Talman. whose gentlemanlike appearance and man May 11. At Canterbury, very advanced, ners attracted attention and interest.

the relict of late Noah Bolaine, esq. and April 8. At Clevedon, aged 82, Susanna, sister to Edward Farnham, esq. of Quornsister of the late Sir James Laroche, Bart. don, co. Leic. and of the late Countess of April 10.

At Bristol, aged 67, Eliza- Denbigh. beth, wife of Thomas Pole, M. D.

LANCASHIRE.--Mar, 15. Suddenly, while April 11. . At Begbrooke, near Frenchay, walking near the Infirmary, Liverpool, John after a lingering illness, Dr. Robert Lovell, Curry, M.D. of that town, and brother of formerly an eminent physician in Bristol, late Dr. James Curry, of Guy's Hospital.

March 29.

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OBITUARY. March 22. At Lancaster, aged 58, Eli NORTHUMBERLAND.-April 17, At Belzabeth Foster, an eminent speaker among lingham, aged 64, Mr. J. Baty. the Society of Friends.

May 3. At Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Mrs. March 23. Was interred, at Pilling, Anne B. Scott, sister of the Lord Chancellor and Grime, widow. She was married the first Lord Stowell. time at the age of 17, was a wife 18 years, OXFORDSHIRE.—Dec. 27. At Headingthen continued a widow 14 years ; married ton, after a short illness, Mary, relict of Again, and was a wife 27 years ; again a wi- late Rev. Wm. Wilson, Rector of Great dow 4 years; at the age of 80 she married Shefford, Berks. for the last time, and continued a wife 13 At Headington, aged 82, the widow of years. She died at the age of 93, being the late Rev. Dr. Popham, Rector of Chilonly a widow a few months.-She had no ton, Berks, and formerly Fellow of Oriel children save to her first husband, from College, Oxford. whom sprung upwards of 300 children and Salop.- April 29. At Ellesmere, aged 70, grand children, 40 of whom were great Alicia Maria, relict of late John Young, esq. great grand-children.

SOMERSETSHIRE.—Lately. At Somerton, April 19. Aged 76, Mr. Tho. Robinson aged 92, the widow of late Mr. Chapel; and of Halton, near Lancaster. For more than Mrs. Rachel Brain, widow, aged 92. 30 years he carried on the Cotton Mills at At Bridgewater, aged 79, Frances, daughthat place with great respectability. He was ter of the late John Sealy, and sister of followed to the grave by a large concourse Edw. Sealy, esq. of Nether Stowey. of both sexes, all in decent mourning. In Pulteney street, Bath, Joseph Labal

May 7. Aged 48, Thon.as Cunliffe, M.D. mondieu, esq. of Preston.

At Bath, J. S. second son of Jonathan LEICESTERSHIRE. - March 9. At Ayle- Morgan, esq. stoné, aged 88, Mary, widow of Jonathan At Bath, aged 78, Barbara, wife of Lieut.Foster, esq. formerly Clerk of the Peace for col. Warne. Leicestershire.

Jan. 19. At Taunton, aged 87, Major April 15. Aged 84, Thomas Henton, James Field, late of the 44th reg. and some Gent. of Hoby.

time resident at Chicklade, near Hindon, of April 25. ` At Market Harborough, in which place he was a native. He distinher 94th year, and not more venerable from guished himself at the taking of Quebec in her years than for her virtues, Catherine, re 1759, under Wolfe, and was, perhaps, the Jict of the Rev. Christopher Hatton Walker, last surviving officer present at that

engage: M. A, formerly Rector of Kibworth, co. ment. He also fought at the battle of

Leic, and of Harrington, co. Northampton. Bunker's Hill, when a ball penetrated his
She was youngest dau. of the late Richard body, and passed out of his side.
Greene, esq. of Rolleston.

March 15. At Bath, Captain Thomas May 15. At Scraptoft-hall, aged 61, Fraser, of the Engineers of the Madras estaThomas Peach, esq. Lieutenant-Col. of the blishment ; of Woodcot House, and of BaYeomanry Cavalry, and Receiver General niskirk, Scotland. He served the office of of the county.

Sheriff of Oxfordshire in 1820. LINCOLNSHIRE. - April 2. At an ad March 27. At an advanced

age,

the relict vanced age, Mrs. Broadley, of Blyborough, of Robert Tudway, esq. and mother of Payne relict of John B. esq. formerly Major of Tudway, esq. M.P. for Wells. Lincoln Militia.

At Bath, Michael Keogh, esq. barristerNORFOLK.—At Shipdham, agedi01, Fran at-law. cis Clemence : Anne Maidwell, aged 102 ; March 28. At Bath, aged 80, Mrs. EliElizabeth Payne, aged 103.

zabeth Ecles. March 21. At Norwich, aged 80, Joseph Aged 76, Frances, sister to E. Sealy, Geldart, one of the Society of Friends. esq. banker, of Bridgewater. April 30.

At Keswick, aged 75, Capt. March 31. At Bath, aged 64, Margaret, Muckle, R. N.

sister of Sir John Williams, bart. of BedelMay 10. Aged 30, John C. Bignold, wyddan, co. Flint, daughter of J. Bennet esq. of Catton.

Williams, esq. by Sarah, dau. of Rob. Hesa, NORTHAMPTON.-Advanced in age, Mr. keth, esq. She was unmarried. Henry Newland, late of Leighton Buzzard, April 15.

At Taunton, aged 86, the second cousin and heir-at-law to Abraham relict of late Ferdinando Anderson, esq. of Newland, esq. of the Bank of England, Bath. from whose will he enjoyed a liberal annuity.

May 6.

At Kingsdown, Hugh Barnett, Feb, 19. At Clipstone, Isabella-Freeman, esq. formerly of Jamaica. youngest dau. of H. Coleman, esq. At the At Portishead, aged 67, Hannah, widow same place, on the 19th and 22d inst. the of late John Tanner, a respected member of Lady and infant son of Major W. Fawcett, the Society of Friends. eldest daughter of Henry Coleman, esq. SUFFOLK.Lately. At Aldersfield Green,

May 5. Aged 83, the relict of Mr. Chris- aged 84, George Pryke, gent. formerly of topher Cave, formerly an eminent master of Aldersfield Hall, Wickambrook. the Free Grammar School, at Castor,

Fel. 5.

478 OBITUARY.

[May, Feb. 5. At Acton-place, aged 96, H. May 9. At Leiston, aged 79, the relict Dawson, esq. late of Polstead.

of Rev. G. Dinsdale, Vicar of Benhall. Feb. 12. At Woodbridge, aged 75,

Tho

May 11.' At Melton, aged 48, Thomas mas Salkeld, gent. Chief Coustable of the Pytches, esq. a Deputy Lieutenant of, and Hundred of Loes, and County Treasurer for in the commission of the peace for the county. that district.

May 16. At Helmingham, aged 88, WiFeb. 16. At the Parsonage-house, Wes- liam Smith, gent. terfield, near Ipswich, aged 39, the wife of SURREY.–At Carshalton, the wife of T. the Rev. James Hitch, Rector of Wester- Gellibrand, esq. field, and first cousin to the heir and title Feb. 23. At Ewell, aged 64, the relict of of Lord Nelson.

Wm. Broadbent, esq. Feb. 18. At Framlingham, aged 60, March 3. At Stoke Cottage, near GuildHenry Meade Ogle, esq. of Drogheda, which ford, aged 84, Grace, relict of the late Adtown he represented for many years both in miral Sir W. Barnaby, 1st. bart. of Broughthe Irish and the Imperial Parliament. ton Hall, Oxon. dau. of Drewry Ottley, esq.

Feb.19. At Ipswich, Mr. Stephen Kinchen, and mother of 7 children, 4 boys and 3 daus. formerly Surgeon, R. N. He was descended March 23. At Croydon, aged 86, John from a respectable family in Hampshire, and Crane, esq. his only surviving sister is the widow of the March 25. At Guildford, aged 83, Mrs. gallant Captain Moss, killed in 1801 at Brooker. Cnpenhagen.

March 29. At Pirbright Lodge, aged 78, Feb. 23. Lucy, only sister of John Ran- Andrew Stirling, esq. of Drumpellier, Ladyll Burch, of Brandon, esq. and M. P. for narkshire. Thetford, 1790, and 1796.

April 1. At Croydon, aged 24, Maria, March 1. At Brundish, aged 82, Hannah, wife of Rev. Edmund Harden. relict of James Wyard Gooch, gent. late of April 2. At Burwood Park, Mary, wife Orford

of James C. Fyler, esq. of Twickenham, and March 3. Anne, wife of John Moor, gent. third daughter of Sir John Frederick, bart. Collector of Customs at Woodbridge.

April 3. Anne, wife of Charles WoodMarch 12. At Ipswish, aged 81, Sarah, cock, esq. of Waddon, da of late T.Parry, esq. youngest daughter of late Rev. Wm. Reeve,

May 9. Aged 23, Hannah, only daughMinister of St. Nicholas, and sister of Mrs. ter of Rev. Chas. Jerram, Vicar of Chobham. Clara Reeve, authoress of the romance of May 10. At Caterham, aged 66, Mr. Bull. “ The Old English Barons."

Sussex.-At Chichester, aged 16, Anne, March 13. Aged 71, Mr. John Phillipe, only daughter of Capt. Schomberg, R. N. Warden of Melford Hospital.

March 31. At Brighton, aged 93, Mrs. March 16. Aged 82, Mr. Benj. Park- Baynes, of Leyton. hurst, Landing and oast Waiter of Ipswich. April 15. At Chichester, Mary, relict

March 23. At Ipswich, at the advanced of Vice-adm. H. Frankland, of Muntham. age of 97, Abigail, daughter of Edward Warwick.-- April 3. Aged 50, at EdgBower, gent. Portman of the Borough, one baston Hall, the beloved wife of Edw. Johnof the Bailiffs in 1723 and 1729, the builder stone, esq. M. P. and eldest daughter of the of the Light House at Cromer in 1719, and late Thomas Pearson, esq. of Tetenhall, who died in 1736.

Staffordshire. March 31. At Bury St. Edmund, aged April 6. At Birmingham, aged 36, Mr. 88, Mrs. Charlotte Watson.

Benjamin Nowell, of the firm of B. J. and April 2. At Brockford, aged 87, Thomas J. Nowell, builders, of Dewsbury. His Sheldrake, gent. late of Werberingset Hall, death was occasioned by being put into a a man of integrity, and of a disposition the damp bed, while attending the letting of a most social and humane.

new Church at Dudley, April 10. At East Bergholt, aged 72, April 9. At Leamington, in her 64th. Mr. James Revans, who for upwards of 44 year, the relict of Sampson Lloyd, esq. of years was confidential assistant of the late Birminghain. Mess. Golding, Constable, and Son. His April 12. At Leamington, Sarah, wife perfect judgment in business, unremitting of George Broadrick, esq. of Finnongley exertions, and strict integrity, gained him Park, co. York. universal respect.

WESTMORELAND.--- April 4. At Kendal, April 24. Mary, wife of Rev. H. G. John Jones, Esq. of Goldsmith-street, Harrison, Rector of Thorpe Morieux. Cheapside.

April 26. In his 93d vear, Wolfron Wilts.-At Corsham, aged 79, Mrs." Lewis, gent. medical practitioner at Bungay. Heath.

April 30. Frances, wife of Mr. Thomas March 3. Aged 85, the relict of Mr. Burch, Surgeon of Lavenham, secoud daugh- Edmund Staples. ter of late Rev. Giles Hatch, Rector of Sut March 9. At Corsham, aged 84, Anne, !! ton, Surrey.

da. of late Dr. Mereweather, of Chippenham. May 2. At Ipswich, nged 72, Mary, March 31. John, second son of late relict of Major C. F. Scott, R. A.

Thomas Brown, esq. Horton, near Devizes.

April 21.

1923) Bill of Mortality. ---Markets, &C.-Canal Shares. 479

April 21. At Cockerton, aged 85, Gre vanced in age, Mary, sister of late Adm, gory Seale, esq.

Epworth, of Epworth, in Lincolnshire. WorceSTERSHIRE.-At Worcester, Aged Feb. 2. At Beverley, \ advanced in age, 56, John Hopkins, esq. late of Westmore- Joseph Dickenson, one of the Society of land-cottage, Bath.

Friends. March 29. Aged 79, Josh. Creme, esq. Feb. 3. William Brown, esq. of Wakesenior Alderman of Bewdley.

field, and formerly of Leeds. April 16. At Malvern, the Lady of the Feb. 5. Aged 70, Alex Forbes, esq. M.D. Rev. Dr. Bathurst, Bishop of Norwich, sis once an active and eminent physician in ter to late Lord Castlecoote.

Hull. He was a man of great benevolence, YORKSHIRE.—Lately, at Tadcaster, ad united to the strongest understanding.

BILL OF MORTALITY, from April 23, to May 20, 1923.
Christened.

Buried.

2 and 5 150 50 and 60 170 Males - 1095 Males 893

5 and 10 70 60 and 70 142 2089

06 Females 994 Females - 813

10 and 20 49 70 and 80 148 Whereof have died under two years old 484

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GENERAL AVERAGE of BRITISH CORN which governs Importation,

from the Returns ending May 10.
Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas.
d.
d.
d.
d.
d.

d.
57
33
25

30 10 32 7 34
PRICE OF FLOUR, per .Sack, May 19, 558. to 60s.
AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, May 14, 34s. 7{d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, May 23. Kent Bags . 21. . 4s. to 41. 8s. Kent Pockets.

21. 16s. to 51. Os. Sussex Ditto .......... 21.

Os. to 21. 12s. Sussex Ditto ............. 21. 10s. to 31. 3s. Essex 21. 4s. to 31. 38. Essex Ditto...

21. 14s. to 31. 18s. Farnham, fine, 6l. 6s. to 8l. Os. Secunds, 31. 10s. to 6l. 6s.

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, May 19. St. James's, Hay 4l. 135. Straw 31, 14s.od. Clover 4l. 158.0d.—Whitechapel, Hay 4l. 125. Od. Straw 21. 14s. Qd. Clover 41. 165.-Smithfield, Hay 41. 49. Straw 21. 88. Od. Clover 4l. 10s. Od.

SMITHFIELD, May 23. To sink the Offal—per stone of 8lbs.
Beef

3s. 4d. to 4s.
4d. | Lamb ....

4s. 8d. to 5$. 8d. Mutton.

3s. 4d. to 4s. 4d. Head of Cattle at Market May 23 :
33. 4d. to 5s. 4d. Beasts

............... 327

Calves 320. Pork

2s. 8d. to 45. 4d. Sheep... 10,880 Pigs 240. COALS, May 21 : Newcastle, 32s. Od. to 40s. 3d.-Sunderland, 335. Od. to 40s. 60.

TALLOW, per Cwt. Town Tallow 41s. Od. Yellow Russia 37s. Od. SOAP, Yellow 70s. Mottled 78s. Curd 825.-CANDLES, 85. 6d. per Doz. Moulds 10s. Od.

Veal...........

THE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES, Dock Stocks, Water Works, Fire INSURANCE, and Gas Light SHARES, (to the 25th of May, 1823), at the Office of Mr. M. RAINE, successor to the late Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, Blackfriars, London.--Grand Trunk Canal, 2000l. Div. 751. per annum. -Coventry Canal, 10501. Div. 441. per annum.-Birmingham Canal, (divided Shares), 3051. Div. 121. per annum.-Warwick and Birmingham, 230l. with the last half-yearly Div. 51. 10s.- Warwick and Napton, 2101. ex half-year's Div. 51.-Neath, 3901. Div. 221. 10s. per annum.

-Swansea, 1801. Div. 101.-Monmouth, 1751. with half-year's Div. 41. 10s.-Grand Junction, 2457. with approaching Div.-Manchester, Bolton, and Bury Canal, 100l. with approaching Div. -Ol Union Canal, 731.- Rochdale, 701. Div. 31. per annum.-Ellesmere, 621.--Regent's 411.—Thames and Medway Canal, 171. 105–Portsmouth and Arunde?, 301.-Severn and Wye Railway and Canal, 351. Div. 16s. for the last half-year.-Lancaster, 271. Div. ll. per annum-Worcester and Birmingham, 321. Div. ll. per annum.-Wilts and Berks, 51. iOs. -Kennet and Avon, 201.-West India Dock, Stock, 1761.---London Dock Stock, 1151. -Globe Assurance, 1531.-Atlas Ditto, 51. 58.–Rock Life Assurance, 31.- East London Water Works, U161. Div. 4l. per annum.

:-Westminster Gas Light and Coke Company, 65l. -London Institution, origiual Shares, 231.-Russell Ditto, 91. 95.

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