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the tender sympathy of her nature, in her pensive morality, in her elevated conceptions of virtue.

Martha! during those hours of happiest intercourse, which he, whose hand has faintly traced this tablet to your memory, once enjoyed with you,

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how little did he think that it would
ever be his office to record your
death! But it is so: and the only
consolation that presents itself, is the
pious hope of a re-union which no
time can destroy nor any accident
disturb.
W. M.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTCIES.
Nov. 22, to DEC. 20, 1809, inclusive..

{Extracted from the London Gazette.]-----The Solicitors' Names are between Parentheses.
LEXANDER I. Duke-street, Ald- coates, grocer, (Edmunds and Son, Ex-
gate, broker, (Isaacs, Beves-Mark. chequer-office of Pleas). Davis G. Broad-
Asbee, T. Old North-street, Red Lion- street, chapman, (Reilly, Stafford-row).
square, merchant, (Lee, Castle-street). Eggington J. Paul-street, gold-smith,
Argent W. Romford, victualler, (Holmes (Phipps, Gutter-lane).
and Co. Mark lane). Anderson W. Sal.
ford, stone mason, (Foulkes and Co. Gray's-
Inn). Abell E Old Ford, builder, (Crosse,
New-Inn). Anstead T.. Wakefield, inn-
keeper, (Battye, Chancery-lane).

Folo W. Cherry-garden-street, timbermerchant, (Hatton, Dean-street). Frodsham J. Kingsgate-street, watchmaker, (Davies, Warwick-street).

Godfrey S. Liverpool, straw-hat-manufacturer, (Windle, John-streat). Grove P. Cardiff, Glamorgan, straw-hat-manufac turer, (Mawley, Dorset-street).

Bradley W. Huddersfield, victualler, (Battye, Chancery-lane). Barratt B. Lyncombe, butcher, (Sheppard and Co. Bedford-row). Bull W. Bristol, grocer, (James, Hett W. Leeds, woolstapler, (Lambert Gray's-Inn-square). Burton J. New-Cross, and Sons, Hatton-garden). Hawkins R. dealer and chapman, (Wasbrough, Warn- Bridgewater, innkeeper, (Blandford, Mitreford-court). Burgess T. Hungerford, court-buildings). Hodgkinson W. East Berks, butcher, (King, Bedford-row). Retford, ironmonger, (Hannam, East RetBell J. Bell J and Harrop W. Longtown, ford). Hirst J. Bristol, grocer, (Price and Co. Lincoln's-Inn). Cumberland, manufacturers, (Wordsworth and Co. Staple Inn). Billings S. Liverpool, hosier, (Blakelock and Co. Temple). Baker J. Kingstanley, baker, (Chilton, Exchequer-office). Bennet J. Plymouth, haberdasher, (Willis and Co. Warnfordcourt). Bishop S. Cheltenham, haberdasher, (Berry, Bucklersbury). Barrow R. Long-Dean Mill, Wilts, paper-maker, (Highmoor, Bush-lane). Buffin E. Buckingham, linen-draper, (Bourdillon and Co. Little Friday-street).

Inskipp J. jun Battle, carpenter, (Gregson and Co. Angel-court). Ivey J. Cre diton, Devon, linen-draper, (Willians, Red Lion-square).

Jennings J. Denmark court, (Manning, Clement's-Inn). Jeffrey J. East-India Chambers, merchant, (Grubb, Great QueenJenkins J. Cow court, Rotherstreet). hithe, timber-merchant, (Carter, Deptford).

Kirkpatrick W. Bread-street-hill, merchant, (Matthews and Co. Castle-street). Kirkpatrick W. and Cort R. Bread street, warehousemen, (Hurd, Temple). KingT. Gosport, grocer, (Bleasdale and Co. NewInn).

Lurcock T. Settingbourne, woollendraper, (Atkinson, Castle-street). Lye R. Goswell-street-road, builder, (Charsley, Mark-lane).

Cundy M.W. Great Marlborough-street, surveyor, (Trickey, Howland-street). Clark S. Charlotte-street, Middlesex, tailor, (Popkin, Dean-street). Cannon R. Kingsland road, builder, (Finnis, Hart-street). Coren P. Chancery-Chambers, money-scrivener, (Prior, Copthall-court). Clark J. St. Mary Stratford, Bow, butcher, (Harding, Primrose-street). Clancy W. St Mary Axe, merchant, (Wild, jun. Castle street). Dutton J. Knapper's-gate, Stoke-upon- Nicholson F. East Retford, mercer, (ExTrent, chapman, (Barbor, Fetter-lane). Jey and Co Furnival's-Ion). Newnum J. Dodgson, J. Pocklington, cornfactor, Bishopsgate-strect Without, linen-draper, (Evans, Hatton-garden). M'Dowall W. (Parton, Walbrook). Tottenhamn-court road, linen-draper, (Mad

Mills S. Stamford, upholsterer, (Chilton, Exchequer-office).

Paul S.

Phillips R. Hay, Brecon, shopkeeper, dock and Co. Lincoln's-Inn). Dibdin C. (James, Gray's-Inn-square). Strand, music-seller, (Wood, Richmond- Laleham, baker, (Taylor, Field-court, buildings). Dean R. Bow, baker, (Wilson, Gray's-inn). Peel C. King-street, wareDevonshire-street). Dinsdale J. Scul- houseman, (Spurr, Holborn-court). Priest

M. and J. Thorney-street, coach-makers, livery stable-keeper, (Knight, High-street). (Patten, Cross-street). Parry H. Liverpool, Suddone J. Wood-street, hosier, (Fieid, merchant, (Bennett, Dean's-court). Wood-street). Strutt J. Little QueenRichardson J. Westminster-bridge-road, street, stationer, (Denton and Co. Grav's livery stable keeper, (Benton, Union. Inn-square). Shelley G. M. St. Mary, street). Roberts G. Heights, Almond- Whitechapel, hosier, (Loxley, Cheapside). bury, cotton-manufacturer, (Battye, Chan- Sherwood, J W. Newgate-street, cheesecery-lane). Redpath, A. Philip-lane, monger, (Willet and Co. Finsbury-square) builder, (Palmer and Co Copthall-court). Smith J. Leeds, grocer, (Sykes and Co. Richards M. Vauxhall, Warwick, dealer New-Inn). Spencer J. Manchester, vicand chapman, (Webb and Co Birming- tualier, (Cardwell, Manchester). Smith J. ham) Russell T. Dursley, Gloucester, North Warnborough, sackmaker, (Hector, innkeeper, (Price and Co Lincoln's-Inn). Petersfield). Singer S. Westbury, clothier, Rhodes W. Saddleworth, dealer and chap- (Davies, Lothbury). man, (Battye, Chancery-lane). Randall W. Tuson J. Mile-end, New Town, builder, Stockbridge, wine and brandy merchant, (Burt and Co. John-street). Thornton (Wainwright, Peck's buildings, Temple). W. Devonshire-street, late of Cadiz, merSymons J. Cheapside, milliner, (Wild, chant, (J. and W. Richardson, New-Inu). jun. Castle-street). Scott E. Chandos- Weaver W. Rood lane, merchant, street, shoemaker, (Wood, Richmond- (Kirkham, Shorter's-court). Woolgar R. buildings). Swindall J. Pendleton, Eccles, West Cowes, smith, (Tarrant, Chancery(Ellis, Chancery-lane). Sheppard A. Leeds, lane). Wooten G. Northchurch, Herts. milliner, (Wilson, Greville-street). Spic staw hat-dealer, (Mayhew, Symond's-Inn). kernell, Seven Oakes, innkeeper, (Flex- Wilson H. and Lightfoot J. Nottingham, ney, Chancery-lane). Shelton J. Great hosiers, (Bolton and Co. Nottingham). Tew, Oxford, timber-merchant, (Hackett, Whiteman R. Brighthelmston, victualler, Chancery-lane). Sadler R South Shields, (Ellis Hatton-garden). Ware E. Cheapmerchant, (Bell and Co. Bow-lane). Sat- side, milliner, (Welch, Nicholas-lane). terthwaite I. Tamworth, wine-merchant, Williams A. Cheltenham, jeweller, (Ha(Dawes, Angel-court). Southey J. W. rison, Craven-street). Bath, paper-hanger, (Vizard and Co. Lin- Young J. Cheltenham, dealer and chapcoln's Inn). Stanford E. Castle-street, man, (Berry, Bucklersbury).

PRICES OF CANAL, DOCK, FIRE-OFFICE, WATERWORKS, BREWERY SHARES, &c. &c.

London Dock Stock, 1397. per cent.
West-India ditto, 1851. ditto.
Commercial ditto, 801. ditto, prem.
East Country ditto, 851. per share
Grand Junction Canal Shares, 2251. ditto
Grand Surrey ditto, 827. ditto.
Grand Union ditto. 10l. per share prem.
Thames and Medway ditto, 261. ditto
Croydon Canal ditto, 50l. per share
Kennet and Avon ditto, 467. ditto
Wilts and Berks Canal, 541, ditto.
Huddersfield ditto, 897. ditto

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

HE general mildness of the weather cannot be said to have given any serious check to the young wheats, which still continue to wear a promising appearance. Fortunately the consumption of winter fodder has not been so expensive for the cattle as it otherwise might have been, the mildness of the weather having enabled the farmer to keep them out in the pastures longer than usual. This with the variety of green food, generally used for live stock in winter, with the large supply of potatoes, &c. have happily secured the farmer from any apprehensious of the scarcity of fodder for cattle. The warmth of the season likewise contributes to the facility of fattening sheep and other cattle, but spring tilth is not in the best state of forwardness.

The price of grain generally continues high. Lean stock of all descriptions, as well as fat, but the latter particularly on account of the season, is remarkably high. Hay has also continued its price, notwithstanding the open weather.

Price of meat in Smithfield Market:-Beef, 5s. 8d. to 6s. 4d. ;-Mutton, 5s. 6d. to 6s. 4d.;-Veal, 5s. 10d. to 6s. 8d. ;-Pork, 6s. 4d. to 7s.

Middlesex, Dec. 25.

AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN,

By the WinchesterQuarter of 8 Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll of 140lbs. Averdupois, from the Returns received in the Week ended Dec. 16, 1809.

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BILL of MORTALITY, from NOV. 15, to DEC. 19, 1809.

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N.B. In the 3 per Cent Consols the highest and lowest Price of each day is given; in the other Stocks the highest only.

FORTUNE and Co. STOCK-BROKERS and GENERAL AGENTS, No. 13, Cornhill.

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Artificial Stone, method of making it, 56.
Arts and Sciences, improvements in, and
notices relating to, 54, 142, 231, 316,
405, 493.

Aspern, official account of the battles fought
there between the French and Austrians,
71, 168, 255, 340-Peace concluded be-
tween Austria and France, 426.-See
Public Affairs, 61, 64, 153, 246, 332,
415.

Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, 314.
Atmospheric Phenomena, curious disco-
veries of, 401, 488.

Austria, political state of, 61, 153, 246,
332, 416.

Axiochus, analysis of his dialogue on the
fear of death, 108.

Bankruptcies, list of, 85, 173, 261, 349,
436, 519.

Barclay, Captain, account of his astonishing
pedestrian performance, 81.
Batavian Society of Experimental Philoso-
phy, 401, 488.

Bath and West of England Society, 404.

Battle of Aspern, between the Austrians
and French, 71, 168, 255, 340.

of Talavera, between the French
and English, 160.

492.

between the French and Spaniards,

Baurress, Mr. an extraordinary genius, ac-
count of, 436.

Beauties of Blair, review of, 213.
Beckwith, Dr. short memoir of, 80.
Bedford, Duke of, statue to the memory

of, 142

Bill of Mortality, 87, 175, 263, 351, 439,
521,

Biographical Sketches-Mr. Thomas Brad-
ford, 57-Dr. Beckwith, 80-Dr. Hun-
ter, 83-Joseph Haydn, 84-Chevalier
de Florian, 131-Andrew Marvell, 145

-Matthew Boulton, Esq. 234-Earl of
Coventry, 250-Sir Wm. Jerningham,
261-Marquis D'Argens, 319-Ambrose
Eccles, 348-Duke of Portland, 408-
Rev. Dr, Hurdis, 481-Sir John Dinely,
498.

Bonaparte, excommunicated by the Pope,

152.

his speech to the Legislative

Body, 513.
Books, new, published in July, 67-in An-
gust, 156-in September, 248-in Oc-
tober, 934-in November, 417-in De-
cember, 509.

Boulton, Matthew, Esq. memoirs of, 234.
Bradford, Mr. Thomas, memoirs of, 57.
Brazil, the first inhabitants of, 474.
Bread, price of, 87, 175, 265, 351, 489,
521.

British Institution, transactions of this
society, 52, 142.

Museum, 490.

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