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pointed to be his Majesty's Secretary of Gloucestershire, John Hodder MogLegation in Spain.

gridge, of Dymock, Esq. 6. Whitehall. Thomas Staines, Esq., Herefordshire, William Wall, of LeoR. N. raised to the honour of Knight minster, Esq. hood.

Hertfordshire, Edmund Darby, of Ash12. Foreign Office.-Sir Gore Ouse, ton House, Esq. ley, Bart., appointed meh nander to the Kent, Sir Brooke William Bridges, of Persian ambassador.

Goodneston, Bart. 14. Whitehall.-David Douglas, Esq., Leicestershire, Sir William Manners, Advocate, appointed Sheriff-depute of of Buckminster, Bart. Berwickshire, in the room of John Swin- Lincolnshire, Sir Robert Heron, of tov, Esq., resigned.

Stobcon, Bart. 16. Foreign Office. The Hon. Henry Monmouthshire, John Kemys Gardner Wellesley appointed Envoy Extraordi- Kemys, of Pertholy, Esq. nary and Minister Plenipotentiary to his Norfolk, James Coldham, of Anmer, Catholic Majesty Ferdinand VII. Esq.

26. Downing Street.-Rear-Admiral Northamptonshire, Robert Andrew, Sir Richard Goodwin Keats, K. B. ap- of Harleston, Esq. pointed to be his Majesty's commissioner Northumberland, William Sadlier Brofor the Civil Affairs of Malta, in room of were, of Bewicke, Esq. Rear-Admiral Sir Alexander John Ball, Nottinghamshire, Thomas Walker, of deceased.

Bury Hill, Esq.

Oxfordshire, John Harrison, of Shulswell, Esq.

Rutlandshire, Abel Walford Bellaers, LIST OF SHERIFFS.

of Bulmerthorpe, Esq.

Shropshire, William Sparling, of PetAt the Court at the Queen's palace, the ton, Esq.

6th of February, 1809, present, the Somersetshire, John Nurton, of Mil. King's most excellent Majesty in coun- verton, Esq. cil.

Staffordshire, Theophilus Levett, of

Whichner, Esq. Sheriffs uppointed by his Majesty in council for the year 1809.

County of Southampton, J. Black

burne, of Preston Candover, Esq. Bedfordshire, Robert Garslin, of Har.

Suffolk, John Dresser, of Blyford, Esq. rold, Esq.

Surry, Edward Bilke, of Southwark, Berkshire, Sir Thomas Theophilus Met

Esq. calfe, of Fernhill, Bart.

Sussex, Thomas Tourle, of Landporto Buckinghamshire, T. Stanhope Bad

Esq. cock, of Buckingham, Esq.

Warwickshire, Abraham Bracebridgc, Cambridge and Huntingdon, John

of Atherstone, Esq. Heathcote, of Conington Castle, Esq. Cheshire, Thomas William Tatton, of of Wilbury House, Bart.

Wiltshire, Sir Charles Warre Mallett, Wittinshall, Esq.

Worcestershire, postponed. Cumberland, Miles Ponsonby of Hail

Yorkshire, Sir George Wonbwell, of Hall, Esq.

Wombwell, Bart.
Derbyshire, Charles Upton, of Derby,
Esq.

SOUTH WALES. Devonshire, Sir Thomas Dyke Ack- Caer marthen, Richard Isaac Stark, of land, of Kellerton, Bart.

Langharne Castle, Esq. Dorsetshire, James John Farquharson, Cardigan, Charles Allen Phillips, of of Langton, Esq.

the Hill, Esq. Essex, John Rutherford Abdy, of Al. Pembroke, William Skyrme, of Altbyn, Esq.

gock, E:9.

Glamorgan, Jeremiah Homfray, of Montgomeryshire, Robert Knight, of Llandaff, Esq.

Gwernygoe, Esq. Brecon, Thomas Wood, of Gwerni- Denbighshire, Joseph Ablet, of Llamvett, Esq.

bedo, Esq. Radnor, John Whittaker, of Cascob, Flintshire, Thomas Peat, of Bistree, Esq.

Esq.

PRINCE OF WALES'S COUNCIL.
NORTH WALES.

At a council of his Royal Highness the Merioneth, William Davies, of Ty Prince of Wales held at Carlton House, Ucha, Esq.

on the ist day of February, 1809, the Carnarvonshire, Thomas Parry Jones Hon. Charles Bagnal Agar was appointParry, of Madryn, Esq.

ed sheriff of the county of Cornwall

, for Anglesey, Sir John Thomas Stanley, the year 1809, by his Royal Highness the of Bodewryd, Bart.

Prince of Wales in Council.

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THE LONDON GENERAL BILL

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CHRISTENINGS, BURIALS, AND MORTALITY, FOR 1809.

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DISEASES. Diabetes

1, Quinsy

3 | Bit by a mad Dog 1 Abortive and Still- Dropsy 796 Rheumatism 2 Bruised

5 born 514 Evil:

2 Scarlatina
1 Burnt

30 Abscess 49 Fevers of all Scurvy

4 Drowned

124 Aged

1251 kinds 1066 Small Pox 1163 Excessive drinkAgue 4 Fistula 3 Sore Throat 7 ing

7 Apoplexy and

Flux
9 Sores and Ulcers 5 Executed

6 Suddenly 203 French Pox

29 Spasm

24 Found Dead Asthma & Phthi- Gout

30 St Anthony's Fractured sick 488 Gravel, Ston

Fire
2 Fright

1 Bile 2 Stranguary 10 St Vitus's Dance 1 Frozen

1 Bleeding 24 Grief

5 Stoppage in the Killed by Falls, Bursten & Rup- Jaundice

26 Stomach 20 and several ture 15 Jaw-locked 4 Strangury

other acciCancer 55 Inflammation 511 Teeth

308 dents

68 Childbed 123 Influenza 3 Thrush

39 Killed themColds 15 Liver-grown 21 Tumour

1 selves

32 Colic, Gripes,

Lunatic 166 | Water in the Murdered &c. 15 Measles 106 Chest 11 Overjoy

1 Consumption 4570 Miscarriage 2 Water in the Poisoned Convulsions 3463 Mortification 167 Head 252 Scaldod Cough and Hoop- Palsy

123 Worms

5 Smothered 1 ing cough 591 Palpitation of the CASUALTIES. Starved

1 Cramp

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1 Bit by a Rattle- Suffocated 7 Croup 81 Pleurisy 19 Snake

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There have been executed in the city of London and county of Surrey 16; of which number 6 only have been reported to be buried (as such) within the bills of mortality.

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

OF

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND

FOR THE YEAR 1809.

FOL. II. PART II.

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