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la-bonne, in his 76th year, Henry Hoo. ley, * 15. In Dover-street, aged 65, Mrs. Chambers, widow of the late Wm. Chambers, Esq., of Calcutta. 16. In Penny-street, Lake Allen, Esq., of the Inner Temple. – At Wexford, aged 93, Cornelius Fitzpatrick, Esq. 17. Shortly after his return from sea, in the naval service of the East-India Company, John Steyner, fourth son of Charles Bosanquet, Esq., of Hampstead Heath, in the 22d year of his age. — Thomas Treslove, Esq., of Brompton-row, in his 77th year. — At Edinburgh, Lieut. Col. Gerard, of Rocksoles, formerly Adj. General of the army in Bengal. - At Paris, Maria, the youngest daughter of the late George Curling, Esq., of Cleveland-row, St. James's. 18. In Upper Grosvenor-strect, the infant daughter of C. G. Wynne, Esq. – W. B. Maltby, Esq., of Nottingham. 19. In Edgar-buildings, Bath, aged 87, Col. Edw. Madden, late of the 15th foot, and Brigadier General in Ireland. — In New Broad street, Mary Turner, the youngest daughter of J. Christie, Esq. - At Edinburgh, Mrs. Margaret MacDonald, spouse of Robert Scott Moncrieff, Esq. 20. In Bridge-Street, Blackfriars, the Rev. Robert Clarke, M.A., of Hexham, Northumberland, aged 53, — At Stoke Newington, Emma, the wife of T. B. King, Esq. 21. Lieut. Hume Johnston, Majesty's discovery ship Fury. 22. In Harley-street, aged 71, John Dixon, Esq., of Gledhow, county of York, Colonel of the 1st West York Militia. — At York, James Saunders, Esq. – At Bath, the Venerable the Bishop of Bath and Wells. 23. John Brooks, Esq., of York-row, Kennington. - At Twickenham, Richard Twining, Esq., aged 74. 24. At Esher, Henry Swann, Esq., many years M.P. for Penrhyn. - In Winchester-row, J. Lack, Esq., aged 85. 25. At Pimlico, Mr. Wm. Meares, one of the king's messengers. – In Keppel-street, the IRev. C. C. Chambers, aged 41, Rector of Holmpton and Welwick, son of the late Sir Robert Chambers, Chief Justice of Bengal. – Capt. Joseph Garnault, formerly in the naval service of the Hon. East. India Company. 26. At Clapton, John I'earson, Esq., aged 78. J.ately. At the Blenheim Hotel, Bond

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Street, Major Patrick Hamilton, late of the 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards. Lately. At the house of H. Dowson, Esq., of Geldestone, aged 65, the Rev. Pendlebury Houghton. — At Pentillie Castle (in child-bed) Mrs. Coryton, the wife of J. T. Coryton, Esq. — Count Schulenburgh. — At Edinburgh, Lady Caroline Macdonald, daughter of the Earl of Mount Edgecumbe. — At Wykenham Abbey, Yorkshire, in her 68th year, the Hon. Mrs. Langley, relict of Richard Langley, Esq. — In Southampton Place, Euston Square, Mrs. Augusta Schutz, daughter of the late George Schutz, Esq., of Shotover House, Oxfordshire. — John Mould, Esq., of Oundle. — At Trusthorpe, near Alford, Lincolnshire, the Rev. Jonathan Keightley. — At Marlborough, the Rev. Fras. Henchman, A. M. — At Dover, in his 56th year, Capt. Bazely, R.N., son of the late Admiral John Bazeley. – On the coast of Africa, Lieut. G.B. Torrane, R.N., only son of the late Col. Torrane, formerly Governor-in-Chief of Africa.

LONDON MARKETS.

Tuesday, April 27, 1824. Corto N.-We can notice no alteration in the prices of India Cotton, though a small advance has been paid by shippers for the better descriptions - of Boweds, which are scarce; the sales are 2640 bales, at full prices. Almost all the Surats and Bengals were taken on speculation, and some few for home consumption; the Boweds also for exportation. Stig AR.—The inquiries after Foreign Sugars do not lead to any extensive sales; some purchases of white Rios were reported, middling to fine 31s, a 34s.-The public sale of 2179 bags East-India Sugars went off is a 2s. lower. Saltretae.— The sales lately are inconsiderable; a reduction of full Is. per cwt. must be stated this week. TEA. —The market continues very heavy; Boheas and Green Teas are sold at a discount of 1d a 14t per lb. on the last India-House sale prices. INdigo.—Indigo is almost the only article of East or West India produce which continues in good demand, and at advaneing prices: the sale commenced at the India House the 21st Inst. and very few lots have sold under 10s. per lb.; the advance since the last sale is 3s. a 3s. 8d. on the middling qualities, and 2s. Cd. a 3s. per lb. on the fine. The sale it is expected will finish on

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Nutmegs are taxed by the Company at the next sale at lower prices; it will no doubt effect the market quotations.

channel of export; no purchases are lately By public sale this forenoon 147 bags

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