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Hon. John Forster Alleyne, late President of His Majesty's Council of that island. Nov. 13. At Clifton, Lady Sullivan, relict of Sir B. Sullivan. 20. At Sidmouth, aged 70, the Rev. Jas. Bernard, Rector of Combeflory, Somerset, and of Stoodleigh, Devon. 21. At Blackwell, near Darlington, Durham, Capt. Ralph Milbanke, R.N., aged 75. 22. At the Hague, Wm. Barker, Esq., of East Sheen, Surrey, late Captain in H.M.'s 20th Light Dragoons. — In Trinity Square, John Roebuck,

oft. At St. Enoder Vicarage, aged 84, the Rev. Wm. Hocker, A.B., of Exeter College, Oxford. — Jas. More Molyneux, Esq., of Loseley Park, Surrey. 27. In Brunswick-square, Harden Burnley, Esq., aged 83, father-in-law of Joseph Hume, Esq., M.P. 28. At Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire, the Rt. Hon. Rich. Philips Lord Milford. — At Stamford, Lincolnshire, Wm. Bury, Esq. of Ripon, Yorkshire, formerly a Capt. in the 11th Foot, aged 71. — Charles, third son of Chas. Barclay, Esq., of Clapham Common, aged 13. 30. At Ham Common, Eliz. Mary, wife of Capt. Booth, 15th King's Hussars. — At Naples, Lieut. Col. Monier Williams, of the Hon. E. I. Comp. Service, Bombay. Dec. 1. At Cowes, Mr. John Maynard, R.N., aged 90. He was at the taking of Quebec, in 1755. — Aged 28, D. D. Van Butchell, youngest son of the late Martin Van Butchell, of Broad-street, Golden-square. — In the Meal Vennal, Edinburgh, Mrs. J. M. Kay, aged 101. She retained her faculties till the day of her death. — In Hunter-street, Brunswick-square, Mrs. Adams, widow of John Adams, Esq. late of Peterwell, Cardigan. — Mrs. Curteis, of Devonshire-place. 3. In his 9th year, the Hon. John Russel Keppel, youngest son of the Earl of Albemarle. — John Marsh, Esq., late Chairman of the Victualling Board, aged 77. — At Cornwood, Devon, aged 73, the Rev. Duke Yonge, vicar of that parish, and of Sheviock, Cornwall. — At Deptford, Mrs. Wallis, wife of Capt. John Wallis. 4. At Leamington, aged 70, Harriot, relict of Lieut.-Gen. Wm. Gardiner, aunt to the present Sir John Wrottesley, Bart., and sister to the late Duchess of Grafton. — At Boulogne, the Rev. W. Tilt, late of Newtimber-place, aged 52. 5. In Devonshire-str., Portland-place, Catherine Spencer, wife of Mr. Octavius Greene.

5. At Cargen, near Dumfries, Mrs. Stothert, of Cargen. 6. At Charmouth, Lieut. Gabriel Bray, R.N., aged 74. — Joseph Gundry, of Bridport, Dorset, Esq., banker, aged 73. 8. The Rt. Hon. Thomas Steele, aged 70. – At Newport, Isle of Wight, B. D. Speke, Esq. of the 64th regt., third son of Wm. Speke, Esq., of Jordans, Soulerset, aged 24. 9. At the Friary, St. James's Palace, Christina Catherine, wife of A. F. C. Kollmann, Esq., organist at his Majesty's German Chapel. — In Brighton, Miss Masquerier. — Emma Frances, 2d daughter of Mr. Bennet, Secretary to Lloyd's, aged 16. 10. At Plymouth, Susanna, wife of Capt. Digby Murray, 3d regt. of Guards, aged 23. 10. Margaret, wife of Mr. C. Sutherland, of Astey's-row, Islington. – At Fenney Bentley, near Ashborne, Derbyshire, the Rev. John Bowness, late Perpetual Curate of Brassington, aged 52. — In Brook-street, aged 63, Sir Eyre Coote, of West Park, Hants. 11. In the Barnfield, Exeter, Sibella, relict of the late R. Lambert, Esq., of Dorchester. — In Chapel-street, Grosvenor-place, Fred. Chapman, Esq., aged 86. — Mary, relict of the late John Greaves, Esq., of Highfield, near Manchester. — Mrs. Eliz. Sharp, late of Mansellstreet, aged 68. 12. Aged 70, Major Gen. W. D. Fawcett, of the Hon. E.I.C.'s Service, and second son of the late General Sir Wm. Fawcett, K. B. 13. Aged 49, the Rev. David Fitzpatrick Price, D.D., of Bradfield, Essex. 18. At Cheltenham, aged 78, Mrs. Lightbourne, of Sandywill Park, Gloucester. 19. The wife of Mr. Bennet, Secretary at Lloyd's, after a few days' illness. She survived the death of her second daughter, Emma Frances, only ten days. — At the Royal Naval Hospital, at Haslar, Lieut. N. D. Barnes, R.N., late of the Preventive Station at Pagham. 20. In Rathkeale, Robert Allen, Esq., M.P., late of H.M.'s Navy. 21. At Weymouth, Anna, the wife of Capt. Newcombe, C.B., of H.M.'s ship Pyramus. 22. Peter Giles, Esq., of Grosvenorplace, aged 69. 24. At Blackheath, of the hoopingcough, aged thirteen months, Alexander William, son of Major John Hickes, of the Bombay establishment,

List of SHIPS trading to INDIA and Eastward of the CAPE of GooD HOPE.

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LONDON MARKETS.
Friday, Dec. 26, 1823.

Corton.—Great sensation has been produced on the market by intelligence from Liverpool; there has been much business doing, and great interest as to the future prices: the advance is fully #d. a 4d. per lb., and the business done would have been more considerable, had not the holders demanded much higher prices. The sales (including those on Friday last) consist of 3,200 Surats 54d. ordinary, to 64d. mid:ling, and 64d. a 63d. for fair and good fair; 1,600 Bengals, 53d. a 6d. middling to good fair; 950 Madras 53d. a 6&d. ordinary to middling fair; 64d. a 63d. for fair and good fair ; 30 Orleans 8id. fair; 30 Manilla 93d. a 9}d good fair; the above in bond; and, duty paid, 30 fair West-India at 9d. Speculators are the principal operators, who have generally directed their attention to India Cotton; Brazils are also in t demand for home use. The letters from Liverpool to-day are still favourable. ... Uncleanzo Goons.—The Lords of the Treasury have ordered the cargoes of all ships which arrived from places within the East-India Company's Charter, up to the

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Daily Prices of Stocks, from the 26th of November to the 25th of December 1823.

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