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BILL OF MORTALITY, fron, May 26, to June 23, 1818.
Christened,
Buried.

2 and 5 149 | 50 and 60 149 Males Males - 1029 761

68 5 and 10

60 and 70 121 1913 Females · 884

10 and 20 56 10 and 80 90 Whereof have died under 2 years old 415

20 and 30 114 80 and 90 52

30 and 40 158 90 and 100 11 Salt £1. per bushel ; 4 d. per pound.

40 and 50 151

Females 743 } 1534

Between

dls.

d. s.

ds.

s.

630

1

750 847

AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending June 20.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly, Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans
d. s.
d. s. d. s. d.

s.

d. s. d. s.

d. Middlesex 85 046 047

033
551 4 Essex 72 943 041

9 48 3 Surrey 76 0.46 (148

0/32 6.52

01 Kent 79 4.00 0 42 0 30 0 44 4 Hertford 72 8 52 0 46

032
8 15 31Sussex 79 0100

0100
031

055 0 Bedford 79 2 48 043 029 852 o|Suffolk 82 3143

2 48
232

1 Huntingdon 74 7100 042 028 1050 9||Camb. 75 400 0 43 11 25

7 Northamp. 77 200 047 029 047 6 Norfolk 78 700

043

427 350 Rutland 78 000 0 49 631 648 0 Lincoln 73 2100 0 39 10/27 9 53 5 Leicester 85 0:43 050 631 461 0 York 74 055 439 628 10 54 1 Nottingham 82 8150 6/47 632 462 4 Durham 82 300 052 0 36 400 Derby

81 2100 056 031 869 4 Northum. 68 856 046 533 400 0 Stafford 92 1 00 055 534 11 72 1 Cumberl. 88 0164 054 8:34 200 0 Salop 98 362 257 936 1000 0|Westmor. 97 8 61 0 60 939 5 00 0 Hereford 94 1157 655 536 365 7 Lancaster 86

000

000 034 155 0 Worcester 88 4100 053 735 453 9 Chester 89

200

000 0 00 000 0 Warwick 81 400 0.52 9 34 072 8 Flint 81 000 051 231 2000 Wilts 75 1000 0140 6/34 367 6. Denbigh 83 400 059 032 2'000 Berks 80 400 0 44 2 35 1158 5 Anglesea 77 000 046 0 27

0 000 Oxford 79 3100 0 44 035 655 0Carnarvon 90 800 0.51 4 36 0.00 Bucks

78 600 039 032 0/55 11Merioneth 94 1 00 054 432 8 000 Brecon 102 478 470 400 000, 0 Cardigan 96 000 052 022 0 00 0 Montgom. 92 000 000 044 3000 Pembroke 86 10100 055 400 0.00 0 Radnor 102 5100 0/58 1137 700 o Carmarth. 94 500 064 623 11000

Glainorgan 87 700 0 54 032 8.00 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 84 1000 049 938 663 2

92 84 3154 3/4-99132 5155 6 Somerset 000 0,46 4 30 650 0

Monm. 96 000 0/64 038 400 0 Average of Scotland, per quarter. Devon. 92 700 047 10 35 8.000 67 11/62 3144 4130 9,51 1 Cornwall 85 500 0 49 1027 600 0

Dorset 82 6100 042 332 500 0
Hants 79 3100 043 4130 7155 0

PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, June 22, 65s. to 70s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, June 20, 36s. 2d.
AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, June 24, 49s. 8zd. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, June 22 :
Kent Bags.......... .181. Os. to 201. Os. Sussex Pockets .....201. Os. to 231. Os.
Sussex Ditto
.171. Os. to 191, Os. Essex Dicto

201. Os. to 231. 10s. Kent Pockets .211. Os. to 241. 10s. Farnham Ditto........231. Os. to 281. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, June 22 : St. James's, Hay 5l. 12s. Od. Straw 21. 17s. 9d. Clover 01. Os. Od.- Whitechapel, Hay 61. Os. Straw 31. Os. 6d. Clover 61, 16s.--Smithfield, Hay 61. 2s. 6d. Straw 21. 195. Clover 77. 13s. 6d.

SMITHFIELD, June 22. To sivk the Offal-per stone of 8lbs.
Beef...........

..4s. 4d. to 5s.
4d. | Lamb.......

......6s. Od. to 75. 4d. Mutton..............

.5s. Od. to 5s. 6d. Head of Cattle at Market Juve 22 : Veal ............. ....5s. Od. to 6s.

Od. Beasts ...............1,877. Calves 300. Pork..

...55. Od. to 6s. Od. Sheep and Lambs 14,030 Pigs 300

COALS, June 26: Newcastle 31s. to 41s. 9d. Sunderland 36s. TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. St. James's 4s. 5d. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 45. 4(d, SOAP, Yellow 98. Mottled 108s. Curd 112s.-CANDLES, 12s. 6d. per Doz. Moulds 14s.

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SUPPLEMENT

TO VOLUME LXXXVIII. PART I.

Embellished with a view of EcHAM CAURCH, SURREY.

Mr. URBAN,

June 1. Copyright of Books; and to report THE `curious and very ancient any or what Alterations are requisite

to be made therein, together with (see the Plate) was wholly demo their Observations thereupon, to lished last year:

It consisted of a the House; and to whom the Pe. body and chancel, with a square titions regarding the Copyright Tower'at their junction, standing on Bilt, and all Returns from Public the North side, and was entered by Libraries, and from Stationers Hall, a venerable and handsomely orna presented in the present Session, were mented timber Porch on the same referred ; and who were empowered side. The body comprised two ailes to report their Opinion thereupon of Saxon architecture (which was to the House ; Have examined, massy and without decoration), open the matters to them referred, and ing to each other by three irregularly have agreed upon the following proportioned arches, resting on cylin Report and Resolutions. drical columns. It is probable that

HE
from

any

Public Library, to the as those of the body, or not less antient gratuitous delivery of new publicathan the basement half of the Tower, tions, is to be found in a decd of the which appeared by its windows to year 1610, by which the Company of have been built in the style imme. Stationers of London, at the request diately succeediog the circular arch.

of Sir Thomas Bodley, engages to deAll the original windows of the Church liver a copy of every book printed in have however been altered, and, ex the Company (and not having been cept that at the East end, are of small before printed) to the University of dimensions, and mostly in two open- Oxford. This however seems to be ings, with varied and not inelegant confined to the publications of the tracery, Beneath the Porch was a company in its Corporate capacity, Saxon door, which preserved its co and could in no case extend to those Jumns and ornaments ‘unusually per which inight proceed from individuals fect till the day of its total destruc uuconnected with it. tion. 'The upper story of the Tower, Soon after the Restoration, in the and the slender shingle spire on its year 1662, was passed the “ Act for summit, were the most modern parts preventing Abuses in printing sediof the Church. By the demolition tivus, treasonable, and unlicensed of this picturesque and interesting books and pamphlets, and for regulabuilding, the County of Surrey is de- ting of printing and printing-presses ;"! prived of one out of tbe few curious by which, for the first time, it was structures with which it was orna. enacted, that every printer should inented.

3. 4. B. reserve three copies of the best and

largest paper of every book new

pripted, or reprinted by him with adR&PORT front the Select Committee on

ditions, and shall, before any public the COPYRIGHT Acts.

vending of the said book, bring them The Select Committee appointed to to the Master of the Company of

examine the Acts 8 Anne, c. 19; 15 Stalioners, and deliver them io him ; Geo. III. c. 53; 41 Geo. III. c. 107; one whereof shall be delivered to

and 54 Geo. III. c. 116, respecting the Keeper of His Majesty's Library, GANT. MAC. Suppl. LXXXVIII, PART I.

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