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At Grantchtcter, Philip Ingcrscl, e:q. of Tbctford, Norfolk, to Miss Matthew*
Died.) At Walsutton, ne.tr Wishcach, 01 Saturday the 8th insr. in the -IBtli >ear of his age, Mr. Jjmes Climcoson: on the Tuesday following, at I he same ale, Mrs. Mary C. his wife; on tlic 13th they were both buried in one grave: and at four o'clock the next morning died Ann, their second daughter, aged 19. To add to thii scene of' desolation, nine orphans remain to bemoan their lossl
At Madinvjey, Mrs. Phypcis, 68. At lsiclum, Mrs. Hi.Is, 73. At Carr.b:id,;e, Mrs. Gee, wife of Mr. Robrrt G. solicitor, 61. — Mrs. Ann .Shorr, 72.—Mr. Richard Cjus, one of the common council of this corporation, 76.—Miss Maria Carter.
At March, Elizabeth, wife of Owen Gray, till. 41.
.MonrcLI. MarritJ] At Norwich, the Rev. John IVewton, of London, to MissNeale
Abbot t-ucher, esq. of Tonipion, to the
Muttloid Hall, S irlolk, to Miss Howard, daughter of Mr. R, H. of Brighton, in thia county.
John Wtizjit, crq. of Kilverstonc- Lodge, to Frances, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Z. Ro'.e. rector of Bronghtou and O'Donald, nitcc to the Marchioness of Duck
William Hrrkely, esq. second son of this Rev. Dr. B. of Writtle, ta Lucy Frederics,
youngest daughter or John Richard Comyn-:., esq. late or Hyiunds.
At Gosfitld, Gage, esq. to Mi's
only «nn of the late I. P. Mircle, esq. of their differences departed together to^ their
Gravesend 1". hone, when he toolc an opportunity of knock
At Boxford, Mrs. Salter, wile of Mr. S. ing Harvey down, beat him unmercifully, and
"threw him into a hedge, where he was tound
At Harwich, P. W. De.ne, esq. 58. the next morning, in a state ol insensibility,
'"' ' ■■, which State he continued two hoors, and
At Hurley Mill, Mrs. Willabs.
At Martin, near Hungerford, Mr. Randall.
Married ] At Evercreeth, John Bradshaw, esq. of Darcey Lever, Lancashire, to Miss C. M. Smith, second daughter of the late Samuel S. esq. M.P. for Ludgerihall.
At Bath, Thomas Brooks, esq. of Great George-street, Westminster, to Mrs. West, relict of Thomas W. esq.
Die J.] At Hruton, John Dampier, esq.
At Clifton, William Yeo, esq. an eminent apotheciry, 47.
At Kensbridge, Mr. William Martin.
Married.] At Shaftesbury, Mr. William Swaine, of North Cadi.ury, to Miss Oram.
Died.} At Sherborne, in the Alms House, John Mitchell, 103.
At Hatchland, near Bridport, Jane, eldest daughter of John K.eddle, esq.
Married.] At Plymouth, Mr. Norman, • ne of the proprietors of the Naval and Commercial Bank, to Mss Spry, daughter of Mr. S. surgeon.
At Exeter, Mr. George Richard, to Miss Mary Bowditch.
Died.] An Bradnincli, Henry Bowdea
Married.] Ac Truio, Mr. LIdgey, serjeant-major of the Truro volunteers, to Mil. Guy.
D:"'-~] At Autron Lodge, near Helston, Mr. Kojen, wife of Captain R. and daughter oi the late Major Oldham, of the East India Company'! service
At Penryn, Mrs. Williams, relict of Mr. Daniel W. surgron.
At Pooghill, Mrs. Lovcday Troed, wife of Thomas i'.jun. esq
At Mithian, in St. Agnts, Mrs. NanUvell, 97.
Died ] At Montgomery, aged 90, Charles Jones, esq. prancfather to Maurice Jones, esq recorder of that borough, and father to the late C. T. Jones, esq. treasurer of the county • he had filled the otlice, of high-baUiffof Montgomery several vcars.
At Brynbella, Denbigh, CabricI Piorai", esq. husband of the once celebrated Mrs. Thnle.
At Conway, the Rev. Hugh Williams, rector ot Halkin, Flintshire, 58.
MONTHLY COMMERCIAL REPORT.
"PHE capture of Oporto, ., seconl time by the French, has thrown our British merchants re •idem mere mio great contusion ; they however have got safe to Lisbon, and all theimrT perty shipped ofi only three day. before the arrival of the enemy, except three ship, den££ fruit and wine, which have fallen into the hands of the French. We can, however, vriih
, ', -"■«■•»-WS..C uanmoi ine-rimicn. We can, however, with
pleasure assert, that at this time there remains in Bond, under the king's locks fncarlv thr,« i years consumption of Port wine, ,o that any advance on the artie'e, will be merely nominal'
years consumption of Port
and should not be encouraged. We trust, that the arrival'of SirArthur Weilesle/.t f with the forces already there, and those just now gone out, will retake Oporto, out of thJ hands of our enemies. The American, have taken oft' the embargo, with respect to neutral port,, but where the neutral ports are, we arc really at a loss to know. The fart is XJ America cannot do Without our manufactures, nor can she send her produce, such as cotton \ vrool, Indigo, tobacco, flax-seed, staves, eshes, 4c. to an, other part of the world th.„r!,s United Kingdom of Great Britain «»d Ireland , and we trust thi, isan .t«5S« to make: their way into British po.ts, as several have .head, arrived both here and a r L ver pool, and many other, ar, expected. Kin., Louis of Holland ha, likewise taken ofT the embar go, as lar as relates toneutral ports, and already several small vessels have arrived her* IVu
Geneva fa, lowered l*. 6d. tejft.0.. per gallon, and » similar depression ha, tak-n place or, M kinds of Dutch article,. The capture of Manin.que, by the British force,, pl?t, „ Into P«»«»on of one o. the nao-t productive island, ,„ the West-Indie.; the coffee of that island
he wo Id" Tt? '^ ?"* J:" C°f'"' a"d thC'l el»r««'ug»th. mo5t valuable of nvia the ««rld, for the sugar refiners, having undergone the first process in the island, exclusive of th„, u become, the mote valuable to us, a, it always wa, the rendezvous of the F.eucn,hint of war ana privateers in those seas. rieucn shipj
The sugar market has rather advanced in price, good Jamaica's, sell from 74s. fo 8*» r,er cwt. j ram 5s. 6U.W ft. Cd. per gallon; coffee, from 51. 10.. to 61. 18s. per cw ■ and'r£ ton, If*, to 18d. per pound; other produce in proportion. P '*"* °8t*
At public sale the 6th instant, Messrs. Kyoaer and Co. sold 215 hopbeldaViWa Tobacco from od. to ls. 64. pound) 70 bale, and 50 rolls Turkey ditto, 6d5per pVuS V«rr&2 Virginia tobacco in demand and scarce. '"ba*
I., the last week.no less than 3600 ton, of Pork, .1300 tons of bacon, and 3100 ton, rf butter, were entered at our custom-house from Ireland; 14,000 gallons of brandy from ELf •ndan immense quantity of wine f,0m Oporto, Lisbon, Cadiz and Madeira'
. By the last ships Iran, the Brazils, we find the market, there overstocked with .11 kind, „f Briti.h manuUtured goods, awl several cargoes bonded for payment of the duties »hi K u cumstance ha. damped the trade of Manchester, B.rmingharri, 4c. We, however' £'"11
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trices of Canal, Dock, Fire-Office, Water Works, and Prewery Shires, Sec. at the Office of Messrs. L. Wolfe and Co. No. 9, Change Alley, Cornhiil : 21st April, 1809—London Dock Stock, 1211. per ccpt. West India ditto, 1741. ditto. East India ditto, 1301. ditto. Commercial ditto, ISM. ditto. Grand Junction Canal Shares, loll, per share. Grand Surrey ditto, 801. do. Kennet and Avon ditto, 41. per share premium. Globe Kite and Life Assurance Shares, 1171. per cent. Albion ditto, 681 per share. Hope ditto, lis. per share premium. Eagle ditto, par. Atlas ditto, par. Impi-nat1 Fire Assurance, 651. per shave. Kent ditto, 461. per share premium. LoaJon Assurance Shipping, 211. per share. Rock Life Assurance, 4s. to 5s per share premium. Corner.ercial Road Stock, 1131. per cent. London Ins* itulion, 841. per snare. Suircy ditto, par. -South London Water Works, 401. p.r share premium. East London ditto, 501. ditto. West Middlesex ditto, 121. 12s. ditto. Auction Mot, SOI. per share premium. West Country Fixe Omce, 31, ditto. Lancaster Can.,1, 171. per share. Golden Lane brewery, 771. ditto.
The following are the avenge prices of Navigable Canal Shares, Sec. in April, 1809, at the office of Mr. S.ott, 28, NewBiijge Street, London.—The Staffordshire and WorccterCanal, 7001 dividing 401 Net per Annum. Grand Junction, 151. to 155L Rirer Trent, 651. dividing 71.perCwt- Monmouthshire, 10G to 1051. Ellesmere, 701. Kennet and Avon, 2.1 to 221. Wilts, and Berks. 271. Ashby, 191. Thames and Meduay, 771. with new subscription. West India Dock-Stock, 173 to 474. London Dock, 1201.
State oj tbi Woollen Mjr.ufucture. From the Twenty-Jiftb of Mai cb, )8U3, to the twenty Jiftb oj
Milled this year - 144,624, miking 5,509,007
Last year - - 161,816 5,931,25/1