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An act to indemnify all persons Act respecting the powers of the
concerned in carrying into execu- governor-general of Bengal.
tion an order of council, respecting
the importation of salt-petre, &c.

June 10.
Act to amend an act 28 George Act for regulating the importa-
III. for regulating the trade be- tion and exportation of corn.
tween the British colonies and the Act to make further provisions
United States of America.

for the government of the province
Act for the better regulation and of Quebec.
government of seamen employed Act to relieve Roman Catholics
in the coasting trade.

from certain penalties and disabi. Act for establishing a court of lities. civil judicature in Newfoundland. Act to amend the act for

reguAct for allowing a further bounty lating the shipping of slaves. on pilchards.

Act toprotect theoyster-fisheries. Act to render persons guilty of Act for the better regulation of petty larceny competent witnesses. gaols.

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PRICES

PRICES OF STOCK, FOR THE YEAR 1791.
N. B. The highest and lowest Prices which each Stock bore during the Course of any Month, are put down opposite to that Month.
Bauk s prcos pr Cuprch
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GENERAL BILL

OF ALL THE

CHRISTENINGS AND BURIALS,

From December 14, 1790 to December 13, 1791.

9394
S Males

Males
Christened

Buried

9577) Increased in the Burials Females 91025

this Year 722. Total Males and females Christened 18496.-Total Males and Females Buried 18760.

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Died under Two Years 6556 -Forty and Fifty 1766 A Hundred and Two...
Between Two and Five 1878 --Fifty and Sixty.... 1654 A Hundred and Three
-Five and Ten

589 -Sixty and Seventy 1365 A Hundred and Four -Ten and Twenty 636 -Seventy and Eighty

A Hundred and Five
-Twenty and Thirty 1332 -Eighty and Ninety 351 A Hundred and Seven
-Thirty and Forty. 1641 -Ninety and a Hundred 50
DISEASES. Dropsy

869 | Miscarriage......

CASUALTIES.

4 Mortification 229 Broken Limbs 3 born 681 Fever, malignant Fe- Palsy

90 Bruised Abscess 21 ver, Scarlet Fever Pleurisy

14 Burnt

29 Aged

1078 Spotted Fever, and Quinsy...... 6 Cramp........... Ague 1 Purples 2013 | Rash

0 Drowned ..... 93 Apoplexy & Sudden 55 Fistula

5 Rheumatism 13 Excessive Drinking 6 Astbma and Phthi. Flux

5 Rickets
1 Executed*

6 sic

337 French Pox...... 33 Rising of the Lights 0 Found Dead 7 Bed-ridden 11 Gout 53 Scald Head ......

0 Fractured Bleeding 14 Gravel, Strangury, and Scurvy...... 6 Frighted

2 Bloody Flux 0

40 Small Pox 1747 | Frozen Bursten and Rup- Grief

9 Sore Throat...... 10 Killed by Falls and tore. 17 Head-Ach

1 Sores and Ulcers 12 several other AcCancer............. 46 Headmouldshot, horse- St. Anthony's Fire 2

cidents ......

53 Canker.....

shoe-head, and Wa- Stoppage in the Sto- Killed themselves 26 Chicken Pox ter in the Head 57 mach

7 | Locked Jaw...... 1 Childbed. 160 Jaundice ..... 61 Suddenly......... 132 Murdered

8 Cholic, Gripes, twist. Imposthome 0 Surfeit....

0 Overlaid ......... ing of the Guis 9 Inflammation 220 Swelling

1 Poisoned

4 Cold 3Itch...............

0 Teeth

418 Scalded Consumption 5090 Leprosy 0 Thrush...... 38 Smothered

0 Convulsions 4386 Lotbargy

1 Tympany......... 1 Starved Cough and Hooping- Livergrown...... 3 Vomiting and Loose- Suffocated Cough......... 279|Lunatic

ness ...........

1 Diabetes ol Measles 156 | Worms.......

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The * There have been executed in Middlesex and Surry 17; of which number 6 only have been reported as buried within the Bills of Mortality,

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The following authentic Extracts from the Corn-Register are taken from

Accounts collected from the Custom-House Books, and delivered to Mr. John James Catherwood, Receiver of Corn Returns, by Autho

rity of Parliament. An Account of the Quantities of all Corn and Grain exported from, and

imported into England and Scotland, with the Bounties and Drawbacks paid, and the Duties received thereon, for the Year ended the 5th of January, 1792.

E x P O R T E D. 1791.

BRITISH

FOREIGN Bounties and
ENGLAND

Quarters.

Quarters. Drawbacks paid. Wheat ..

31,008
15,187

d.

£. s.

cwts. grs. lbs. Do Flour

19,968
11,834 3 7

qrs.

1,185 Rye ....

2,343 Barley

2,390 Malt

34,409

957 $7,168 1944 Bo. Oats...

13,686

69

Drawbacks Nil. Oatmeal

569

1,000 Beans

6,9061 Pease

5,388

1,246) Indian Corn SCOTLAND

2,079 Wheat Do Flour

345 Barley ..

4 Do hulled

145 Malt

4,787 Oats..

918

754 8 10 Bo. Oatmeal

160 Groats

10

Drawback Nil Beans

3701 Pease

571 Bear...

473 Biscuit.

4051 IMPORT E D. ENGLAND. Quarters. Duties received. Wheat ..

357,999

£. $. d. cwts. qrs. Ibs Do Flour

113,258 1 7

qrs. Rye ..

56,124 Barley

43,718

15,561 18 0 Oats...

637,717 Oatmeal

1,251 Beans

12,615 Pease

1,999 Indian Corn 1,2401

IMPORTED

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The following is an Account of the Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, by the Standard Winchester Bushel, for the year 1791.

Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. Beans.

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322

2 31

3 11

3 91

N. B. The price of the finest and coarsest sorts of grain generally ex

ceed, and reduce the average price as follows, viz.

Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. Beans.
Per bushel, 60 3d

3d.

3d. 6d.

STATE

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