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Weekly Price of Stocks from 1st to 31st March 1817.

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ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and

31st March 1817, extracted from the London Gazette. Atmore, R. Foulsham, Norfolk, grocer

Little, W. Southshields, linen draper Adarns, L. & J. Barker, Doncaster, iron founders Lancaster, J. Whitley, Yorkshire, woolen-cloth Abrahams, L. Craven Buildings, London, glass manufacturer merchant

Middleton, J. King's Lyn, insurance broker Ardern, R. Stockport, hatter

Medex, M. Bread Street, London, micrchant Bold, J. O. Liverpool, merchant

Murray, W. Bath, money scrivener Birdwood, S. Plymouth, linen draper

Morrall, w. Birmingham, factor Baber, J. St James's street, London. dress maker Morrice, D. Teoby, rope manufacturer Blackwell, R. Manchester, manufacturing chemist Marshall, J. King's Head Court, Newgate Street, Bannister, R. Royd in Meltham, Yorkshire, wool- London, wholesale linen craper en-cloth manufacturer

Muir, A. Leeds, linen iraper Brown, J. Chesterfield, Derbyshire, grocer

Marsh, T. Liverpool, spiri: terler Brooke, J. Rawfold, Yorkshire, oil manufacturer Niblett, F. Breid Street, Chepsile, money scriBrown, E & T. Hindle, Blackburn, grocers

veucr • Brookes, W. Paternoster Row, London, silk manu- Noyes, R. Bulford, Wilts, paper manufacturer facturer

Nash, R. Kingston-upon-Thames, seu i-crusher Breeze, W. Stafford, potter

Price, G. Threadneedle Street, London, hardware* Binion, J. Edward Street, London, ironmonger Baines, P. Preston, wal merchant

Porter, R. & H. Porter, Rood Lane, London, shipBeech, J. Stone, Sia:fordshire, linen draper

brokers Bates, J. Hallifax, merchant

Price, J. Bristol, ironmonger Curtis, E. Chiswick, Middlesex, surgeon

Pear on, T. North Shiclds linen draper Cree, R. Plymouth dock, linen draper

Plaistow, J. & G. Liverpool coopers Charlton, J. Forster, Newcastle-upou-Tyne, ship. Pearson, J. Portsmouth, draper owner

Parsons, R. Swansea, iron-master Dean, P. B. & J. Fairbrother, Tottington, Lan- Phillips, J. Fenchurch Buildings, London, watchcashire, cotton spiimers

manufacturer Dunn, L. George Street, Mile-end, ropernaker Robertson, G. Liverpool, merchant Davidson, J. Warwick Court, London, merchant Robinson, W. & S. S. Clapham, Liverpool, mer. Drakely, J. & E. Clementson, Market-Losworth, chants Leicestershire, hosiers

Siordet, J. M. & J. L. Siordet, Austin Friars, LouDutton, T. King Street, Cheapside, London, ware. don, merchants housemen

Summerset, J. Sborsted, Kent, farmer Davies, J. Popping Court, London, stereotype Scott, R. B. Spring-Gardens, London, printer founder and printer

Scott, w. ottingham, lace manufacturer Drew, R. Bradninch, merchant

Sonthell, W. Liverpool, cabinet maker Dutton, G. Brown's Buildings, London, cheese- Steevens, W. Bri toi, coal merchant monger

Speirs, J. Birminghain, linen d aper Dowley, J. Willow Street, Bankside,corn merchant Tugood, J. Lancaster, ironmonger Foster, J. Liverpool, timber merchant

Thompson, T.E.&T.Nethe: Compton, Alax spinners Fell, J. Ratcliffe Highway, London, ironmonger Townshend, J. Ludgate Street, London," wareGage, M. Mitcham, Lrewer

houseman Grosvenor, J. Hart's Hill, Worcestershire, rope- Thomas, M., R. Fillis & W. Cock, Plymouth, conmanufacturer

tractors Grafton, E. Liverpool, glass dealer

Toulinan, W. Carmarthen Street, London, money Galey, J. & W. Birmingham, brush manufacturers scrivener Geary, W. Norwich, hosier

Taylor, A. North Shields, sailmaker Harvey, W. G. Battie, gunpowder manufacturer Thomas, P. Mitre Court, London, merchant Holmes, J. A. Holmes & J. Holmes, Tong, York- Todd, G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, spirit merchant shire, wo Istaplers

Wilkinson, J. -cuico its, Yorkshire, merchant Hilling, J. S. Norwich, jeweller

Wells, J. Poland Street, London, eheesemonger Heuriques, J. Cheltenheim, jeweller

Woodburn, J. Millthorp, Westmoreland, timber Kilshaw, É. Lancashire, soap-boiler

merchant Knort, J. Manchester, manufacturer

Willey, W. Leicester, draper Lane, R. jun. Norwich, bookseller

Wroe, J. Tong, Vork, worsted manufacturer Lush, J. Frome, Somerset, clothier

Whitley, J. Daw Green, York, vintner ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCies, announced between 1st and 31st

March 1817, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Alexander & Samuel, Leith, merchants

Ford, James, Esq. of Finhaven, Montrose, merchant Brown, Gorge, Airdrie, watch and clock maker Fraser, Alexander, Aberdeen, merchant Bryce & Aitken, Farenze Printfield, parish of Neil- Hamilton, John, Dunbarton, merchant ston, callico printers

M'Gouns, Watson, & Co. Greenock, merchants Coupér, John, Stenton, tenant, partner of Scott, M'Liesh, David, jun. Perth, merchant Burt, & Co. tanners, Kileonquhar

Mitchell, Alexander, Fiddesbeg of Foveran, Aber Craig, George, Prestonpans, merchant

deenshire, farmer and cattle dealer Clark, Daniel, Auchaleek near Campbeltown, Michael, William, & Son, Inverary, merchants manufacturer

Nixon, Richard, Dunbar, merchant Donall, Thomas, Wick, merchant

Reid, Robert, Thornhill, merchant Donald, William, Greenock, merchant

Stewart, John, Dalnaspeedle, Perthshire, der ver Fleming, Robert, Peathill, merchant and carrier and cattle dealer*** between Glasgow and Stirling.

Watt, James, Aberdeen, flesher

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT. A winter rather mild, though wet, and marked by the long prevalence of strong gales from the west, has been succeeded by an early spring, and, of late, by very favourable weather for committing the seeds to the ground. The spring crops will therefore probably occupy the usual space; but there is every reason to suspect that a much less exient of wheat than usual was sown in autumn, and that only upon the driest soils could there be any considerable addition made to it since. The grounds sown with the wheat of last season are in several instances unpromising. Live stock of all kinds have passed the winter well. The weather has been propi. tious to the early lambs.— The corn markets have fluctuated little for some weeks, excepting in the article of inferior wheat, which at present is hardly saleable; and if the supply of foreign wheat be as liberal as it is expected to be, a large portion of what remains of the last year's crop of British wheat is not likely to be in demand at any price Perhaps oats are the only species of grain on which some farther ad. vance may be expected, the stock of this grain in the high lands, and that of pota, toes, which in many places are used as a substitute, generally, being now nearly consumed. Prerniums have been offered by the Highland Society of Scotland, and by the Irish Societies, for encouraging the culture of early potatoes, which it is to be hoped may alleviate the pressure of scarcity and dearth during the summer. The late markets for horses, cattle, and sheep. indicate an improvement in the demand ; sheep, in particular, have advanced considerably in this part of the island. -Upon the whole, the prospects of all those farmers whose chief dependence is not placed upon a wheat crop, which was in by far the greater number of instances ruinously deficient last harvest, both in quantity and quality, may be said to be much better than at the corresponding period last year. London, Corn Erchange, April 7.

Liverpool, Saturday, April 5. Wea, pur qr J.

Peals, old Selest sainples 124 to 130

Little business doing, and no variation in the cur. per quarter . 60 to 68 White runs . 80 to 110-Tck

27 to 39

rency. -Red ditto .. 70 to 110 Old.

58 to 64 Rye 45 to 58 Pease Do:ling . 42 to 58

s. d. s. d. Beans, Irish, Barly English 24 to 52-Gray

48 to 54
Wheat, per 70 libs.

per quar, 50 to 66 Malt 60 to 80 Brank

65 to 78

English: 19 0 to 20 6 Peas, per quar. Oa's,Fred uew 1610 34 Flour, per sack 105

New 10 0 to 20 o- Boiling 70 40 80 40 to 45-Second ....85 t. 95

Scotch 19 6 Lu 20 Rice p. c. (in b.) 40 to 48 -Poland (new) 18 to 38 -Scotch ... . 80 to 90

Welch 19 0 to 20 0 Flour Old...... 10 10 40 Pollard, per qr. 24 co 31)

Irish New 9 0 to 12 0 American.p.bar.75 to 78 Putato (new) 38 to 4 Second

16 to 20

Dantzic 19 0 to 20 0 Sour. ditto .. 69 to 70
OB an.....

10 to 11
Wisinar . 18 0 to 19 0

Provisions, &c. Foreign ... 25 to 48

American 19 O tv 20 0

Beef, per tierce 103
Beans, pigeon . 36 to 43 Quart, loaf. 160. to 177.

Barley per 60 libs.
English

per barrel 66 to 70

..60 to 90 SEEDS, &c.April 7.

Scotch .. 60 to 9 6 Pork, per brl. . 80 to 85 Mustard, brown, . 5. Cinque foil,

Irish

7 0 to 7 6 Bacon, per cwt. Old, per bu h. 14 to 18 per quarter 36 to 50 Mallp.9 gala iz to 14 -Short niddles 68 (0 70 Vew ditto ..10 to 10 Rye-grass Pacey36 1. 44

-Long ditto , 64 to 66

Oats per 45 lt), Old white .. 8 to 101-Cormen.. 12 to 34

Eng.polato 50 to 6 3 Butter, p rowt. New ditto .. 5 to 8 Clover, Eglish,

-Belfast

-- common 4 9 to 5 9 Tares......

-Colerain
Irisli, rotato 5 6 to 6 2

7to 80 8 to 10-red, percwt. 63 to 126 Turnip green -White 65 to 120

-N. Wry

76 to 78

common 5 3 to 5 6 round.. 26 to 3-For, red.. 60 to 130

79 to 74

Scot potitve 5 6 to 60-Drogherta. -White.... 26 to 32-vlite . . 51 to 115

-Cork, öd 76

comn on 5 3 to 5 6 -Red. ... 31 to 12 Trefoil .... 10 to 42 Welsh,potato5 0 to 5 6

2u pickled 86 to 88 Canary, per qr. 76 to 80 Rb aias . :.30 to 72

4 6 to 4 9

Secds. -New... (5 to 75 Carriwav Eng 66 to 72

s. Ch. ver Seed, per bush, Hempseed , . 115 to 126 -Fortis 43 to 54 Oatmeal, per 940 11. - hire 120 to 40 -New ...... 96 to 105 C ronder ...14 to 18 English

56 to 58 Red

il010 120 New Ripesee i, p'rlas, £18 to £50.--Linseed Oil

Scotch · 52 to 50 Flaxseed, per
Cake, at tinmhill £10,16s. per thousand.-Rape

Irish
50 to 52

£5 10 Cake, £9t £10.

|| Beans, English 50 tu cü Rapeseed, p.1. £1040 £15

EDINBURGH.-APRIL. 9.
Wheat,
Barley,

Pease & Beans,
1 st.......575. Od. Ist....... is. Od. Ist....... 118. Od. Ist,......385, (d.
2d, ......475. Od. 2.1. ...... 10s. Od. 21,......238. Od 2d, ......35s. Od.
3d, ......389. Od. 30........365. 01. 31, ......30$. Od. 3d, ......32s. Od.

Average of wreat, £%: 2:11).

HADDINGTON.--Arrii 11.
Old.- Wheat, 72s. to 746.-Pease, 34s. to 385.--Beans, 3ks. to 398.

NEW.
Wheat,
Barley,
Oats,
Pease,

Beans, 1st......545.0d. 1st.....45. Od Ist.......42s. Od. 1st......375. Od. Ist,

sisal 2d, ......405. Od. | 2d, ...... 40s. Od. 211, ......24s. Od. | 2d, .35s. (d. 2ů.......35s. Od. 3d, ......265. 6d. 3d, ......SIs. (id 3d,...... 20s. Od. 3d, ......31s Od. 30........31s. Od.

Artra of wheat, 11:19:11. Note. The boll of wheat transpad peace; is about 4 per cent more than half a quarter,

or 4 Winchester bushels ; that of barley and outs nearly 6 Winchester bushels.

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AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN, FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. By the Quarter of Eight Ilinchester Bushels, and of Ostmeal per Boll of 140 lbs Avoir

depois, from the Offi-ial Returns received in the Week ending March 29, 1817.

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INLAND COUNTIES.
Wheat. Rye Barley. Oats. Beans. Pease. Oatm.
d. d.

d.
S. d.

d.
d.

d. 109 10

59 3 45 10 34 8 45 11 51 9
105 54 6 46 2 33 8 46 8 49
93 4 46 0 43 2 33 0 42 6 41
96 10 63 46 2 34 10 46 53
93 7 0 0 43 10 298
103
0 0 43 6 29 2 58

0 0 0 0 92 3 0 0 44 6

0 0 41 2 103 11 60 0 56 37 4 67 6 69 0 29 10 102 4 75 0 58 35 10 61 71 0 0 0

98 0 0 0 55 0 1 37 6 66 8 56 0 0
101 3 0 0 ! 51 5 39 9 74 8 0 0 36 9
111 7 50 6 59 3

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37 6 78 2 56 5 60 2 113 064 0 52 3 28 5 46 0 45 10 46 1 112 2 0 0 47 0 | 33

1 49 4 0 0 0 0 123 8 0 0 51 8 36 0 64 5 73 9 36 6 96 0 0 0 52 6 1 31''8 610

0 116 10 0 0 40 11 : 29 1 45 10 48 6 124 0 0 0 50 4 33 0 60 70 0 109 0 0 0 41 9 33 6 45 9 53 7 0 0 105 7 60 9 62 4 0 0 0 0 64 0 428 111 2 0 0 64 0 329 0 0

39 2 109 3 1 0 0 52 6 28 91 00 | 51 21 0

Kent...........

MARITIME COUNTIES. Kesex, ......

98 0 56 0 43 2 324 56 6 45 6 0 0 102 6 0 0

38 8 49 0 56 0 0 Sassex, ........ 111 10 0 0 41 0 28 0 50

0 61 9 Suffolk,

112

0 0 18 4 29 5 34 9 47 3 0 0 Cambridge,

93 0 0 28 5 20 3 38 10 32 0 Norfolk, 111 2 48 11 40 8 34 9 33 7

0 0 0 Lincoln,

83 5 74 0 47 11 295 14 11 0 0 28 0 York, 79 654 10 | 41 2 32 10 52

0 31 0 Durham, 87 4 0 0 62 0

40 2 76 0 0 Northumberland,., 70 7 60 0 48 8 40 0

61 6 0 0 Cumberland,........ 76 9 79 8 60 3 43 2 0 0 0 0 31 3 Westinorland,.......... 96 10 | 84 0 58 9

46

0 0 74 0 37 4 Lancaster,

104 11 0 0 0 0 41 6 64 4 0 0 36 11 Chester ......

94 6 0 0 63 7 43 9 0 0 0 0 35 6 Flint......... 108 2 0 0 60

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Denbigh,

98 5 0 0 59 9 | 40 11 0 0 0 0 55 10 Anglesea,

0 0 0 0 60 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Carnarvon,

108 6 0 0 63 440 8 0 0 0 0 41 6 Merioneth, 1126 0 0 61 3

0 0 0 0 40 5 Cardigan,

112 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pembroke,

99 3 0 0 43 8 18 10 0 0 0 0 Carmarthen,...... 114 0 0 0 54 3 18 1

0 0 0 0

0 Glamorgan, 104 8 0 0 60 0 28 0 0 0 0

0 Gloucester,..

123 8 0 0 58 11 29 5 79 9 0 0 0 0 Somerset,

122 8 0 0 54 7 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Monmouth.com

123 4 0 0 61 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon,

117 5 0 0 51 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cornwall

96 9 0 0 55 11 22 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dorset,

114 10 0 0 45 8 28 10 58 9 0 0 0 0 Hants,

123 0 1 0 0 52 11 28.2 50 4 0 0 0 0

All England and Wales. Wheat, 101s. 9d.-Rye, 618. 10d.-Barley, i s. 8d. Oats, 32s.60.-Reans, 51s. 1d.-Pease, 55s. 9 d. Oatmenl, 40%. 78.-Roer or Big, Us. Ole

1 Average Prices of Corn, per quarter, of the Twelve Maritime Districts, for the Week

ending March 22. Wheat, 1016. Ind.-Rye, 03s. 5d.-Barley, 31, 2d.-Vats, 32 :.1.!- ans, 56s. 64,-Perse, 5.s.".

Average of Scotland for the Four Weeks preceding 15th March.
Wheat, 7is. 1d. Rye, 58s 3d.-Barley, 475. 1d.--Vats, 379. 2d.- Beans, 60*34.Pease, 62%.

Oatıncal, 32s. 10d.-Beer or Big. 123.7d.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from

Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

JANUARY, 1817.

Means.

Extremes.
Thermometer. Mean of greatest daily heat, 439.8

cold, 34.7
Thermometer. Greatest hcat, 30th day,

56.0 38.8

Greatest cold, 15th, temperature, 10 A. M.

25.0 ..... 10 P. M. 38.2 Highest, 10 A.M. 50th,

52.0 .... of daily extremes, 39.2

Lowest,
::.. 15th,

28.0 .... of 10 A. M. and 10 P. M. 38.5

Highest, 10 P.M. 10th,

46.5

14th, .... of 4 daily observations, 38.9

Lowest, :

27.0 In. Barometer. Highest, 10 A.M. 31st,

30.330 Lowest,

17th, Barometer. Mean, 10 A.M. (temp. of mer. 489) 29.467

** 28.475 10 P.M. (temp. of mer. 54)

29.507
Highest, 10 P.M. 31st,

30.360 of both, (temp. of mer. 51)

29.487

Lowest,
20th,

28.310 Hygrometer (Leslies). Mean dryness, 10 A.M. 70.8

Hygrometer. Highost, 10 A.M. 14th,

30.0 10 P.M. 7.1

Lowest,
4th,

0.0 ... of both, 7.5

Highest, 10 P.M. 13th,

15.0 Lowest,

5th, Rain, 1.904 in. Evaporation, 1.400 in.

0.0 Fair days 19; rainy days 12. Wind West of meridian, including North, 24; East of meridian, including

South, 7.

FEBRUARY

Mcans.

Ertremes. Thermometer. Mean of greatest daily heat, 469.7

cold, 35.3

Thermometer. Greatest heat, 28th day, 510.5 .... temperature, 10 A.M. 41.6

Greatest cold, 10th,

29.5 . 10 P.N. 38.7

Highest, 10 A.M. 17th, 50.0 .... of daily extremes, 41.0

Lowest,
... 13th,

32.0 of 10 Á.M. and 10 P.M. 40.1

Highest, 10 P.M. 7th,

49.5 .... of 4 daily observations, 40.6

Lowest,

12th,

32.0 In. Barometer. Highest, 10 A.M. 1st,

30.450 Barometer. Mean, 10 A.M. (temp. of mer. 50) 29.515

Lowest,
21st,

28.900 10 P.M. (ternp. of mer. 52) 29.481

Highest, 10 P.M. 1st,

30,410 of both, (temp. of mer. 51) 29.198

Lowest, ...: 15th,

28.900 Hygrometer (Leslie's). Mean dryness, 10 A.M. 12.1 Hygrometer. Highest, 10 A.M. 27th, ...lo P.M.

Lowest,

13th, ... of both, 9.6

Highest, 10 P.M. 14th,

15.0 Rain, 1.684 in. Evaporation, 1.753.

Lowest,
4th,

0.0 Fair days 13; rainy days 15. Wind West of meridian, including North, 27; East of meridian, including

South, 1.

25.0

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Means.

Extremei. "... 05! Thermometer. Mean of highest every day, . 45.241 Thermometer. Greatest heat, 12th day,

59.500 lowest, 33.892 Greatest cold, 20th,

22.000 40.113 No Highest, 10 A.M. 13th,

48.000 36.903

20th,

26.000 highest and lowest, 39.532

Highest, 10 P.M. 11th,

46.500 ..... 10 A.M. and 10 P.M. 38.508

9 Lowest, ini..

23.000 4 daily observations, 39,020 Barometer. Highest, 10 A.M. 17th,

30.250 Barometer. Mean of 10 A.M.

29.534

6th,

28.600 . 10 P.M.

29.530
Highest, 10 P.M. 17th,

30.150 9 daily observations, 29.552

;* Lnwest,
..... 3d,

28.465 Hygpometer. Mean of 10 A.M. 18.097 Hygrometer. Highest, 10 A.M. 13th,

30.000 10 P.M.

6.322

Lowest,
5th,

5.000 br. 2 daily observations, 12.209

Highest, 10 P.M. 18th,

16.000 Rain, 1958 in.- Evaporation, 2.040 inches

Lowest, 1.. 3d,

0.000 Number of fair days 18; rainy days 13. Wind from Western side of horizon, including the North, 28 :

froin Eastern side, including the South, 3. 151)

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS.

Elizabeth, eldest daughter and co-heiress of 1817. Jan. 2.-In Devonshire Place, the Montague Burgoyne, Esq. of Mark Hall, lady of Maj.-Gen. Sir Wm Anson, K.C.B. Essex.–At Broadfield, Wm Macknight a son.-4. In Hertford Street, the Countess Crawford, Esq. of Ratho, to Jean, second of Clonmell, a son and heir.- At Holy- daughter of the late John Crawford, Esq. of combe, Sussex, the wife of C. W. Taylor, Broadfield.-14. Rev. T. Clarke, vicar of Esq. M.P. a son and heir...At Cortachy Mitchel-dever, Hants, to Anna Maria, Castle, the lady of the Hon. Donald Ogilvy, youngest daughter of the late Hon. Joha. a daughter. At Montreal, the Countess of Gray.-20. John Becket, Esq. under secreSelkirk, a daughter.-11. In Wimpole tary of state for the home department, to Street, the lady of Hon. J. T. Melville, a Lady Anne Lowther, third daughter of the son.-14. In Wimpole Street, the lady of Farl of Lonsdale.-21. Thomas Boswell, Right Hon. Lord Bridport, a daughter. Esq. of Blackadder, co. Berwick, to Lucy 15. At Clova, Lady Niven Lumsden, a Anne, eldest daughter of Robert Preston, daughter..-16. Viscountess Folkestone, a Esq. of New Sidney Place, Bath.-22. The daughter.—26. At Salton Hall, Lady Elea- Earl of Longford to the Lady Georgiana nor Balfour, a daughter. 27. In Charlotte Lygon, daughter of the late, and sister of Street, Pimlico, the wife of Michael Countze, the present, Earl of Beauchamp.-At BouEsq. three boys and one girl.-31. A th logne, Col. William Staveley, C.B. to Sarah, Admiralty, the wife of John Wilson Croker, eldest daughter of T. Mather, Esq.-23. At Esq. a son.

Musselburgh, Major John Sutherland Sin. Feb. 4.–At Powerscourt House, Chelten- clair of the Royal Artillery, to Frances, ham, the lady of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, youngest daughter of Captain David RamBart. of Harewood House, co. Hereford, a say of the Royal Navy.---27. At Ugbrooke son.At Valenciennes, the wife of Lieut-Col. Park, Devon, Hon. Mr Languale of HaughMacgregor, 88th Regiment, a daughter. ton, co. York, to the Hon. Charlotte Clif6. At Edinburgh, the lady of Gen. Mac- ford, daughter of Lord Clifford.-28. Lieut.. pherson Grant, Esq. M. P. a daughter. Col. H. Ě. Muller, 1st Royal Scots Foot, to 11. At Edinburgh, the wife of Geo. Francis Susan, second daughter of the late P. Wyatt Dundas, a son. 17. Viscountess Duncan- Crowther, Esq. comptroller of the city of non, a daughter.20. At Brussels, the London.-29. Captain Ord, Royal Artillery, Princess of Orange, a son.--27. The wife second son of Craven Ord, Esq. of Greenof William Henry Ashhurst, Esq. M.P. a sted Hall, Essex, to Miss Blagrave, niece daughter.

to the late Lady Cullum of Hardwicke March 3.-At Aqualate Hall, Salop, House, Suffolk.-30. Peter Herve, Esq. the lady of Sir John Fenton Boughay, Bart. founder of “ the National Benevolent In a daughter.-5. At Guines, in France, the stitution,” to Miss Nicholls of Hampstead, lady of John Abercromby, Esq. 2d Dragoon daughter of the late J. Nicholls, Esq. of Guards, a son.-6. At Wells, the lady of Lincoln's Inn. the Hon. Dr Ryder, bishop of Gloucester, a Feb. 1.-William Henry Layton, Esq. daughter.- . At Bath, the lady of Rear.. eldest son of Rev. T. Layton, vicar of ChigAdmiral Sir John Gore, K.C.B. a daughter. well, to Frances Elizabeth, second daughter -12. At Runcorn, Cheshire, the wife of and co-heiress of Ellys Anderson Stephens, Captain Bradshaw, R. N. a son and heir.- Esq. of Bower Hall, Essex.-3. Captain J. 13. At Yester House, the Marchioness of L. Stuart of the Bengal Army, grandson of Tweeddale, a daughter.-14. Mrs Buchanan Francis, late Earl of Moray, to Sarah, sixth of Auchintorlie, a son and heir.-17. At daughter of the late Robert Morris, Esq. Methley Park, co. York, Viscountess Pol- M.P. for Gloucester.-A. Donaldson Campo lington, a son.-21. At Melbury, the Coun. bell, Esq. of Glasgow, to J. Maria, daughtess of Ilchester, a son.

ter of Colonel Dunlop of Househill, co. Renfrew.-4. At Ickham Church, Kent,

and at the Chapel at Hales Place, Edward Jan. 6.Lord Huntingfield to Miss Blois, Quillinan, Esq. 3d Dragoon Guards, to daughter of Sir C. Blois, Bart. of Cockfield Jemima, second daughter of Sir Egerton Hail, Suffolk.--8. H. J. Conyers, Esq. only Brydges of Lee Priory, near Canterbury, son of J. Conyers, Esq. of Copthall, Essex, Bart. M.P.-5. Sir Watkin Williams Wyn. to Harriot, second daughter of Right Hon. ne, Bart. to Lady Harriet Clive, eldest T. Steel.-9. At Strone, Captain William daughter of the Earl of Powis.-6. At Del. Cameron, 19th Regiment, to Miss Jane vine, Robert Smythe, E$9. of Metliven, to ** Cameron, daughter to Captain Donald Susan, eldest daughter of Sir Alexander Cameron of Strone.Lieutenant-Colonel Muir Mackenzie, Bart.1), Sir Johri Beresford, deputy quarter-master-general Anstruther of Anstruther, Bart, M.P. in Nova Scotia, tó Mary, daughter of the Jessie, third daughter of Major-General Rev. J. Gilby, rector of Barmston, county Dewar of Gilston.-15. Major-General of York.-13. By special license, Lieut- Moore, to Cecilia, only child of W. Watson, Cok Sis Guy Campbell, Bart. to Frances Esq. of Queen's Square.-17. Philip Zacha

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