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sold heavily, except lambs, which were other alterations as he may think requickly bought up. The shew of horses quisite for the save detention of his was as usual large, and there was a prisoners. They have also ordered brisk demand for them.
that the “ county dress," which is now
to be the same as that of Lancaster, Singular Occurrence.--As Mr. Thos. shall henceforth be worn by all men in French, of Ilken Hall, was passing the Castle, excepting the debtors, and through Tunstal, a swarm of bees
those imprisoned for misdemeanors. lighted on him and rolled into his coat Irons will not be placed on any before pocket. Mr. F. had some scented herbs
trial, excepting, such as the Governor in the pocket at the time.
may deem refractory and dangerous. SUSSEX.
-At the York Wool Fair, the supJ. C. Pelham, esq. of Crowhurst, has ply has been again extremely large, ordered one hundred acres of good land and the buyers numerous, but inadeto be set apart for the cultivation of quate to the supply. Hog wool, from deserving husbandmen, in suitable pro 21d. to 1s. per 1b. Hog and Ewe wool, portions for the benefit of themselves 9d. to 11d. per lb. and families. The hop plantations, at Breda, and other places, have lately
WALES. improved in their appearance.
Au, tumnal fruits of every description,
We are happy to hear that a College, more particularly hazel and walnuts,
for the education of such students for itzus. 150 filberts, &c. promise most luxuriantly.
the Ministry whose friends are not in
affluence, is about to be erected at WARWICKSHIRE, The subscription in Birmingham, for
Lampeter, in Cardiganshire. The sum the relief of the poor Irish, amounts to
of 15,0001. three per cents, is already nearly 2,0001.- A legacy of 507. has
collected, and his Majesty has munibeen bequeathed to the Birmingham
ficently sent a donation of 10001. acDispensary, by the late Miss Greatrix.
companied with a flattering letter. A -Warwick last Fair was well sup
Quarterly Magazine in the Welsh Lan, plied with every description of cattle,
guage, to be conducted upon the prinbut sales were extremely dull, and
ciples of the Church of England, will prices no better than at the last late
shortly be commenced. fairs. WILTSHIRE.
SCOTLAND. The down land, which commandą a
We understand that the Directors of view of Salisbury, is now in a state of cultivation, the guardians of the poor
the Bank of Scotland, following the employing on that and other beneficial
example of the Bank of England, have works, every able pauper.
adopted the resolution of discounting The Rev.
100 J. L. Bythesea, rector of Leigh, Dela
bills and notes at four per cent.
The subscriptions to Mr. Owen's Expe. more, has reduced bis tithes in the eourse of the last three years, 45 per
riment of Mutual Association and Co. Cent. There are now in full bloom,
operation at Motherwell, near Lanark, in the hot-house of T. Timbrell, Esq.
amounts already to more than 50,0001 of Trowdridge, two plants of the Yucca Aliofolia, upwards of 8 feet in
The Royal Dublin Society have receterskite 140
solved to erect a whole-length statue o At Pershore Fair, there was an un
the King, in marble, to commemorati usually large shew of horses; those fit the royal visit and patronage of tha for harness met ready sale at advanced institution. It appears by their reso prices; inferior ones little in demand ; and many driven away unsold.
lutions, that they have selected Mr Not
Behnes for the distinguished task. many
sheep, and sold at reduced prices. We will not shock the feelings of ou
-The Rev. W. Tindall, M. A. Head Master of Wolverhampton Free Gram
readers, by quoting the instances
unparalleled distress, that now pervad. mar School, has been presented to the perpetual curacy of Holme, in Lanca
every part of this starving country.com
The work of charity is begun in almos shire,
every part of England, and a very larg Mr. Stavely, the Governor of York
sum is already subscribed to alleviat
the poor inbabitants of uphappy Ire Castle, has received orders from the land! Magistrates of the County, to raise the walls of the prison, and to make such
VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c. at Nine O'Clock A. M. By T. BLUNT,
Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL. 1922 Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser. 1822 Bar, Ther. Wind. Obser 1822 Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser. Jan.5/29.97) 70 S. W. Pair July 6 29.83 63 N. E. Cldy. July 17 29.58 58
Rain 26 29-94 71
Ditto 730 02 60 N Fair 18 29-66 70 S. Fair 27|30•08 67 N. Ditto
8 30.11 59
Ditto 19 29-45 65 g.w. Ditto 28 30 06 63 N. W. Ditto 9:30:02 65 S. W. Shwy.
20 29.46 64 S. 29 29-98 64 N. W. Ditto 10 29.80 65 W. Rain 21 29.63 62 S. Ditto 30 30 06 62 W. Rain 11 29 72 64 S. W. Shwy.
22 29.60 64 SW. Ditto 20 July 1/3008 64 N. W. Fair
1229-30 65 S. W. Ditto 23 29-56 60 S.W. Ditto 9 29.89 61 S. W. Ditto 13 29.80 61
Fair 24 29:57
Cldy. 329-93 65 S. W. Ditto 14 29.91 64 N. E. Ditto
S.W. Fair. 429-93 70 S. W. Ditto 15 29.87 63 N. Shwy. 529-74 65 NE Stor.
1629-75 60 N.E. Pair
PRIČE OF SHARES IN CANALS, DOCKS, BRIDGES, WATER-WORKS, FIRE AND LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, NINES, &e.--JULY 23, 1822.
Per Div. Share, per Ann. €. s. £. s. d. 24 70
171 pr. ct.
3 West Middlesex. 100 1000 58 York Buildings
100 100 470 20
Insurances. 100 242 10 Albion
500 100 55 3 Atlas
Gas Lights. 74
4 Gas Lightand Coke (Chart
Miscellaneous. 100 210 10 Auction Mart
50 26 10 1 British Copper Company.
100 Golden Lane Brewery.
10 London Com. Sale Rooms 150
Melton Mowbray. 12 Monmouthshire
Regent's... 10 Rochdale
stañordsh.& Worcetershire Starbridge
Messrs. WOLFE and EDMONDS, No. 9,'Change-Alley, Cornhill, Nore.-The List of East India Shipping and Price of London Markets are omitted this month for
want of room. They will appear in the next number:
Do. Stock ....
GOVERNMENT FUNDS. mehr JULY 24. IRISH FUNDS. JULY 19. BANK STOCK, div. 10 per cent.
Bank Stock.. 3 per Cent. Reduced Annuities
80, a i
Govt. Debents. 34 per ct. 90% 37 per Cent. Consols Annuities 913 a Do. Stock ... 34 4 per Cent. Consols Apnuities 98a 3 Govt. Debents, 4 1912 Long Annuities, expire 5th Jan. 1860203
Do. Stock 4 5 per Cent. 1797
Paving Debens. 4 Irish 5 per Cent.
Govt. Debents. 5 South Sea Old Anp. div. 3 per cent.
(1043 3 per Cent. Consols Annuities 1793 a 80. Gd.Canal Loan 6 per ct. 72 4 per Cent. Ditto, New 1981 a Ditto ditto
48.. 5 per cent. Navy Annuities
PipeWat. Debs. 5 India Stock, div. 10per Cent.
Do. do. do...
6 South Sea Stock, div. 3 .
City Debents.. 5
1021. South S. New Anns. div. 3 per cent.
Grand Canal Stock 3 per Cent. Annuities, 1751
Royal Canal Stock Imperial 3 per Cent. Annuities
1793 a 80
Exchange on London 4 per Cent. India Bonds
63° a 64 pm.. Exchequer Bills, £1000... 2d. per day 5 a 6 pm.. Ditto £500.
a 6 pm.. Ditto small
5 a 7 pm..
BULLION. PER OZ Bank for Account, 29th Aug. 1822
JULY 23. £. s. d. India for Opening, 29th Aug. vi..
Portugal Gold, in Coin .. 0 0 0 Consols för Opening, 28th Aug: 80 a še
Foreign Gold, iu Bars 3 17 6 3} per Cent. Consols.
3 13 0 3 per per Cent. Reduced....
New Dollars i.i.i. 0 4 91 'Imperial
Silver, in Bars, Standard 0 4 11 AMERICAN FUNDS.
FRENCH FUNDS. London, July 23. N. York, June 24. London, July 23. Bank Shares 22 1051 61
5 p.Ct. An. with div.
due March 21, and92f. 250, 3 pr. Cts. of 1812./92 81.. div. from 103] 44
f.ex. 5c. 1813 92 8. Jan 1821 103 4
Bank Shares, div. 31/1600f..c. 1814. 92 81
104 5 div, from Dec, and 30 June 1915. 92 8
107! Mar1820 Reconnois. of Liqui..
dation divid. due 3 per Cent.
684 5 per cent.
Mar. 21, & Sep. 21 f...c.
Exchange on Lon 5 per cent, 1968
|258..20c. Exchange on London,
don, 3 months Ditto 1.ditto
125f.,41c. PRUSSIAN STOCK.
London, July 23, 1822.
June, and 31st Dec.-Metallic 5 per
Ro-Div. due 28th Feb, & 31st Aug.
Tues. July 23.
25 80 Palermo Frankfort on the Main',... 1564 Lisbon
513 Vienna effec. 2 M. flo. 10 16 Oporto
52 is Trieste, ditto
10 16 Rio Janeiro Madrid
7 per cent.
per oz. 117đ
EXCHEQUER BILLS. All Exchequer Bills dated prior to Oct. 1821, have been Advertised to be Paid Off.
AUGUST, 1822 :
WITH A PORTRAIT OF GIOVANNI BELZONI, ESQ., THE
PAGE Original Essays. Memoir of Giovanni Belzoni, Esq.
99 On the Genius of Cowley, Donne, and Clieveland
108 Sonnet by Buondelmonte
112 Aphorisms, Opinions, and Thoughts on Morals
113 The Test of Affection, by Cinna
115 Tribute to the Memory of Miss E. N. 119 Choosing a Wife; or, the Batchelor's NoteBook
120 Lines to Laura, by Mrs. Opie
121 Sketches of Society in London, &c. 122 A Song, by Mrs. Opie
125 Foscari, a Tragedy, by Cinna, Act I. 126 The Rivals
134 The Rocky Labyrinth of Adersbach 135 Analysis of Jaubert's Travels in Persia, &c. 137 Extract from the “ Suicides," an unpublished Poem
143 Lines to
PAGE London Review. Napoleon in Exile, by B. O'Meara, Esq. 153 Halidon Hill, by Sir Walter Scott, Bart.
154 Dissertation on the Names of Persons, by J. H. Brady
156 Itinerary of Provence and the Rhone, by John Hughes, A.M.
157 Select Passages from the Bible, by A. Adam.
-Conversational Preceptor, in French and English, by J. L. Mabire
158 The Life and Trial of James Mackcoull 159 Poetical Essays, by A. J. Mason.-Moral
Gallantry, &c. by Sir George Mackensie 160 THE FINE ARTS.-TAE ACHILLES 161
Theatrical Journal King's Theatre
164 Haymarket Theatre
164 English Opera House
Foreign Review. Commentaries on Plutarch's Lives, by Her
ren.-Dramatic Works of Boguslawski .. 145 Aquatic Herbs of Jever and Eastern Friese
land.--Symbols and Mythology of Ancient States.-Essay on the Life and Writings of Architas
146 On the Treatment of the Poor.-Of Italian
Literature, during part of 18th Century.
147 Travels to the Lake of Como, by D. Ber
tolotti.-Principles of Poetry, by Gherar-
of the Persians, &c.
Baugy.- A Walk in the Thuilleries.-
SCIENCE AND LITERATURE.
Sandwich Isles, Egypt, Russia, Poland,
... 172 ENGLISH:-Works preparing for Publica
tion-Works in the Press- List of recent
175 Agricultural Report
178 Commercial ditto
179 New Patents ...
180 List of Bankrupts and Dividends
181 Insolvency Register
183 REMARKABLE INCIDENTS. Marriages and Deaths Abroad Metropolitan Occurrences
185 Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Metropolis
188 Meterological Table
191 Price of Canal Shares, &c.
191 Price of English and Foreign Stocks, &c. 192
148 .... 150
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On Poetical Resemblance
Translation by Alexis Titian's Picture
Claribel, or the King's Daughter. We have returned the following articles to our publisher, which their respective Authors may receive on application ;Sketches by Sea and Land
On Servility Remarks on the Higher Ranks of So Lines on Friendship ciety
Lines to * * * by a constant Reader() Lines on Chelsea College
Eliza; or, the Convicts
Lines to N * * * by Half-existence Scraps, No. 1.
Lines by Cantabrigiensis Victim of Superstition
On Pugilism, by W.T. W. Walk to Wilsdon
The Schoolmaster Youth in)
Pierce Egan and Lord Byron Remarks on Garth's Dispensary Critique on the “ Charities of London.". Lines to H-with a withered rose
bus ta jina
ERRATA IN OUR LAST NUMBER. Page 21, read, “ que l'insurrection est organizée à Londres, l'armée séduite, et un gouvernement provisoire formé chez le Lord Mayor."--Page 43, for « Cette," read “cette.”