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rcfused. So much for North-country The Rev. Thomas Bessland, B.A. of trial matches, when the first, second, Balliol College, is appointed chaplain and third horses were scarcely pamed to the Right Hon. Lord St. Helens.

in the race.

Many thousands have SHROPSHIRE.

changed owners on this occasion. The Rev. F. De Veil Williams has been promoted to the rectory of Abdon

SCOTLAND. -Patron, the Earl of Pembroke.

The labours of the Society for improvSUFFOLK.

ing the skill of the working mechanics Woolpit fair has been numerously of Edinburgh, founded in April, 1821, attend There was a very large have already been attended with great shew of colts, which met with ready success. The Commissioners who are sale, at advanced prices. There were appointed to enquire whether the Boards bnt few good horses, but what there of Customs and Excise in Scotland may were, sold well. Business, upon the not be dispensed with, and their duties whole, more brisk than has been wit. be transferred to a Central Board in nessed for some time. Some fisher- London, will begin their investigation men belonging to the port of Ipswich, in a few days. Some of them are have lately caught, at the mouth of the already arrived, and the remainder of harbour, that singular fish, the squalus the Commissioners will be in Edinbnrgh squatina; of Linnæus. It has generally in a short time.-A party of more than five rows of teeth, but the present, 100 of the townsmen and eountry genbeing young, bad but three. It has tlemen entertained Mr. Hume at dinner, five spiracles on each side of the neck, in Anderson's, New Inn, Aberdeen, and two spouting holes placed behind Alexander Bannerman, Esq. in ihe the eyes. It was four feet six inches Chair. There is now to be seen at in length, and weighed 991bs. It is a present, in the garden of Thos. David. native of the European Seas, and is re son, of Cushat-hill, a second crop of ported to be fierce and dangerous. pease growing upon the stalks, which WARWICKSHIRE.

bore abundantly in July. The straw At Warwick fair the supply of fat had become pale and withered, and beasts was rather smaller than usual, was about to be removed from the and as the buyers were more numerous, ground, when, to the astonishment of the whole were disposed of; prices the family, it began to exhibit the verinay be quoted at from 3 d. to 5d. per dure and luxuriance of spring, and is Ib. A great number of sheep were now loaded with blossoms and young penned, but the sales were dull, and pease.-Herring have been so plentiful the prices obtained - were somcwhat in Inverness market, that they sell lower than at the late fair.

a dozen, sixteen, and even twenty WORCESTERSHIRE

excellent herrings for a penny. The markets of Worcester have been abundantly supplied with bops. The

IRELAND. average prices were from 45s, to 63s. a We understand that the Noblemen few inferior were lower, and some fine and Gentlemen, friends to the general fetched 67s. Nothing is doing in old amelioration of the condition of this hops, the prices of which are nominal. country, and to the modification of the YORKSHIRE,

tithe system, have it in contemplation The Lord Chancellor has been pleas to give a public dinner to the Duke ed to present the Rev. John Baines of Devonshire, when he passes through Grabam, M.A. fellow of Queen’s Col. Dublin, on his return to England. His lege, Cambridge, to the vicarage of Grace's poble and disinterested conduct, Holy Trinity, Micklegate. -The har. in respect of tithes, and his constant vest, which is now completed in the advocacy of Ireland, deserve respect different districts, in the vicinity of and gratitude.So rare an accomplishYork, will be little more than half an ment is the knowledge of music in Ireaverage crop. The crop of wheat, Jand, that in the town of Strabane, oats, and barley are very light. a piano-forte cannot be tuned without The Doncaster St. Leger this year has sending to Raphoe for the organist; been a fortunate event for betting men. and the musię master of a respectable The Yorkshire cognoscenti had strange boarding - school, at Coleraine, comes ly missed their calculation' upon this every third week from Belfast, which race. The four first favourites were is more than 50 miles distant. What amongst the last horses. The winner, an opening for a Colony of Germans: Theodore, was thought less of than For the state of the Irish harvest, any one in the race, and 100 to 1 was see Agricultural Report.

EAST INDIA SHIPPING LIST.

Final Arrangement for the Season, 1821, 1822.

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4 Earl of Balcarras -
1417 Company's Ship Peter Cameron Timot. Smith Wm. Longcroft Alexander Bell Fred. G. Moore Henry Arnot John D. Smith

11 Dec
1 Sir David Scott

Beng. & China
1300 Joseph Hare William Hunter John A. Tween Pat. Lindesay John Manley John Moore Nathaniel Grant Joseph Hodson

4 Jan

11 Oct. 1 Dec.

Filmer Phipps Arthur Vincent Alexander Hay Jeron. Simoens Wm. Maltman
3 Thomas Coutts
1334 S. Marjoribanks Alex. Chrystie Tho. Addison

30 Dec
1 William Fairlie

} Mad. & China
1300 Joseph Hare Kennard Smith Wm. Pascoe Wm. Haylett Thomas Blair Geo. Dewdney Walter Lorimer Chris. Fearon

4 Jan
3 Dunira
1325 George Palmer Mont. Hamilton James Barber C. Whiteman Shirley Newdidk Ten, John Dyer Andrew Kedslie Steph. H. Ayers

6 Jan
3 Duke of York } Bomb. & China 1327 S. Marjoribanks A.H. Campbell Wm. Pitman

9 Nov. 31 Dec
1 Berwickshire

1300 S. Marjoribanks John Shepherd Saml. Holbrow Fred. Maden John D. Orr James Potter Tho. Davidson Jos. Wm. Rose
1 Duchess of Atholt Bengal & China 1300 Wm. E. Ferrars Edw. M. Daniell Rob. Dudman Chas, Steward John Gisborne Henry Rivaz John Austin Edward King

1822 13 Feb
3 Orwell

St. Hel. Bomb. 1335 Matthew Isacke Thomas Sanders Geo. A. Bond Wm. E. Farrer Patric Burt James Wilson Wm. Bremner W.M. de Charme -24Nov 14 Jan 26 Jan

}}- and China. 1300 John Campbelie James Walker
1 Macqueen
Wm. Ticehurst Hen. B. Bax Alex. Read Andrew Pitcairn Alex. Macrae J.S. Anderson

21 Jan
1369 Company's Ship FrederiekAdams James Head Wm. Pulham
3 Buckinghamshire

Ambrose Rivers Thomas Allchin Wm. Hayland J. W. Graham 1822,
} Bomb. & China
5 Castle #untly
1200 J. H. Gledstanes H.A. Drummond Tho. Dunkin Searl. V. Wood Whitn. Freeman Geo. C. Kennedy John Campbell Henry Wright 37 Jan. 27 Feb

13Mar|
3 London
Madras & China 1332 Company's Ship J. B. Sotheby B. Broughton Philip Baylis

David Marshall Lionel R, Pearce Tho. J. Wright Pous. W. Hunter James Gardner 13 23Jan. 14Mar 29 Mar
6 Asia

Madras & Beng. 958 Henry Bonham T.F. Balderston Hen. Hosmer
3 Canning Benc. and China 1326 Company's Ship Wm. Patterson R. Glasspoole Robert Lowis Alfred

Brodhurst Geo. Creighton Robt. Simmons Wm. Rob. Smily - 14 Feb. 5 Mar. 31 Mar
6 Marquis of Huntly

1200 J. Mac Taggart J. S. H. Fraser John Shute: Thomas Leach John Sprott Wm. Marquis John Simpson Wm. M. Harper
5. Lady Melville

1200 Sir Rob.Wigram Richard Clifford Rob. Clifford H. M. Sterndale E. M. Boultbee Wm. Lewis John Eccles Wm. Clifford
China

Mar. 27 Apr 28 Apr
3 Regent
916 James Haig R. W. Norfor

Wm. Ainslie
J. Cruickshank Robert Pitcher Henry Stone Benjamin Bailey Robt. Martin
1344 Robert Williams T. Williams
& Princess Amelia

J. Kellaway Henry Ager Charles Penny George Cox Barron Milne Tho. Hacket

J. S. Biles
6 Prince Regent

Wm. P. Jones Robert Scott Geo. Frampton Francis Burlin A. Harper, jun. 23 Mar. 10May 14 May
7 Astell

} Mad. & Beng. 371 5. Marjoribanks T. W. Aldham Trist. Fenning Jaeks. Sparrow Henry Cole Chas. W. Wenn Wm. Hamilton Henry Kingsford - 4 April 17 do. 22May

\1064 John L. Minet George Mason Richard Aplin Fran. Cattley N. de St. Croix John H. Isaac Wm. B.Diamond Chas. Mathews
7 Warren Hastings -

12Jun.
9 Winchelsea

11331 William Moffat Wm. Adamson T.W. Moore James Dudman John Gregory H. Pulen Francis Parsons Robert Hacket -20 Apr 3 June 13Jun.
9 Dorsetsbire

1268 Robert Williams Samuel Lyde G. K. Bathie Ham. B. Avarne Geo.J. Curtis John Cookham Fred. Fowler Wm. Aula

Bengal 4 General Hewitt

894 Company's Ship James Pearson T. W. Barrow Rees Thomas John P. Griffith Boulter J. Bell Edward Turner Joseph Salter Hen. C. Smith C. E. Mangles Wm. P. Bignell Wm. F. Hopkins John M. Bennet Wm. Millett

22 Apr 8 June 19J un. 6 Marchioness of Ely

952 Sir Rob. Wigram Brook Kay 4 Coldstream

733 John Dayson GeorgeStephens Henry Bird R, H. Rhind William Ives Jas. Richards John Sparke John Sparke 20 May|3 July 15July 2 St. Helena, St. Helena 130 Company's Pckt. James Fairfax B. L. Harrison J. Hamilton Henry Potter

-20 May 12May 20May (1330 Hen. Blanshard lwm. Hayiside Wm. Evans Wm. Reid Ewd. Markham (George Davies (Thomas Godwin Edward Fisher 1 Junel30Jun 203 uly

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6 30-02 60 W. Ditto 17 30.10 54 N.W, Ditto 27 29-62 60 S. W. Ditto 7 30-07 61 W.

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PRICE OF SHARES IN CANALS, DOCKS, BRIDGES, WATER-WORKS, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, MINES, &c.

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100 23 Barnesley 160 200 10 Ditto, New

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100 54

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100 18
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100 3
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100 71
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96 Montgomeryshire 100 70 2 10 Kent Fire.

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100 18

18 Portsmouth and Arundel 50 40

Rock'.

20 1 19 2 Regent's.

39 10
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265 10 Rochdale

100 56
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200 40 1 8 Somerset Coal 50 107 10 7

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50 71 4 Stourbridge

145 | 200
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65 101

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17
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100 115 5 12 Stroudwater 495 22 Ditto, New

100 60 2 16 Swansea 100 185 10 South London

100 131 7 10 Taristock

100 90
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50 22 1 5 Worcester & Birmingham 26 10 11 British Copper Company,

100 52 2 10 Docks.

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City Debents.. 5 Imperial 3 per Cent. Annuities ... 803 a Grand Canal Stock 4 per Cent. India Bonds ..

47 a 46 pm.. Royal Canal Stock
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FRENCH FUNDS.
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PRUSSIAN STOCK.

RUSSIAN STOCK.
London, Sept. 17, 1822.

London, Sept. 17, 1822.
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June, and 31st Dec.-Metallie 5 per
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33 1 Venice Italian liv.

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EXCHEQUER BILLS. All Exchequer Bills dated prior to Oct. 1921, have been Advertised to be paid off.

EUROPEAN MAGAZINE,

OCTOBER, 1822 :

WITH A PORTRAIT OF DR. CROTCH, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC IN THE

UNIVERSITY OP OXFORD:

Taken from Life, expressly for this work.

CONTENTS.

PAGE

PAOB Original Essays.

Chinzica; or, the Battle of the Bridge ; à Poem. By H. Stohert:

359 MENOIR of Dr. CROTCH

299

History of Cultivated Vegetables. By Henry The Recluse 302 Phillips

361 British Antiquities, No. I,

303 Journal of a Voyage to Greenland. By G.W. Rejected Love

304
Manby, Esq.

363 The Pedestrian

305 Address to Love. By Mrs. Opic

314

SCIENCE AND LITERATURE. Essay on the Genius of Burns

315 FOREIGN: America - Asia China Analysis of Letters on the Swiss Cantons.. 319 Greece-Turkey - Egypt-SwedenThe Emigrunt

323

Denmark-Prussia-Germany-PortuThe Last Wish of Raymond the Romantic

gal-Spain-Corsica-Italy-Switzerthe Apparition

325
lond-France

352 Metempsycosis; or, Transmigration of Souls 332 ENGLISH:

-Works preparing for PubliOn the Genius of Spenser

333 cation-Works in the Press-List of On Pulpit Eloquence, and the Metropolitan

New Publications.

364 Preachers

342 Stanzas. By Azar

THE FINE ARTS-History of Painting 367 344 FOREIGN FINE ARTS

370 MEMOIR of CHRISTOPRE, King of Hayti ... 345

Theatrical Journal.
foreign Kebiew.
Drury-Lane Theatre

372 Covent-Garden Theatre

373 The Last of the Cæsars; or, the Fall of the FOREIGN POLITICAL DIGEST

374 Roman Empire in the East

349 Road-Book of the Distances from Paris to

Agricultural Report

377 the Principal Towns of Europe 350

Commercial ditto

378 350

List of Patents Essay upon Egyptian Hieroglyphics

379 Historical Documents, relative to the late

Society for Protection of Trade

379 351 Events in Sicily

390 List of Bankrupts and Dividends

382 Trophies of the French Army, from 1792 to

Insolvency Register . 351

REMARKABLE INCIDENTS.

Marriages and Deaths Abroad--MetropoLondon Review. litan Occurrences

383

Births, Marriages, and Deaths in the MeHistorical Review of the Spanish Revolu

tropolis

384 tion. By E. Blaquiere, Esg.

356
Provincial Occurrences

387 The School of Shakspeare. By the Rev. East India Shipping List

390 J.R. Pitman 357 Meteorological Table

391 Theatrical Portraits, and other Poems. By Price of Canal Shares, &c.

391 H: S. Van Dyk

357 Price of English and Foreign Stocks, &c. 392

1815...

LONDON:

Published for the Proprietors,
BY LUPTON RELFE, 13, CORNHILL,

And Sold by all the Booksellers.

[TWO SHILLINGS.)

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