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66. The Cobler, or a' Wife of Ten Thou. pair of scales preceded bis body, indi. sand," 1774. -" The Metamorphoses," cative of the justice of his views. One of and “The Seraglio," 1776.-—- The Qua his friends nfade an oration over his grave, ker," 1777, -" Poor Vulcan," “ The illustrative of his public and private Gypsies,”- “ Rose and Colin,” “TheWives qualities. Revenged,” and “ Annette and Lubin," P: 505. a. The late Henry Vernon, esq. 1778.-" The Chelsea Pensioner," and was reckoned one of the best-bred men in « The Mirror, or Harlequin Every Where," England. When a boy, he was page to 1779.-" The Shepherdess of the Alps," George II. and in days when Courts were and “ Harlequin Freemason," 1780. more highly bred than they are at present. “ The Islanders," and “The Marriage Among the many whimsicalities in which Act," 1781." The Graces," 1782. he indulged, was buyiog up every singu“ The Cestus," “ Harlequin the Phantom larly coloured horse. The one he geneof a Day," “ The Lancashire Witches,” rally rode was spotted like a leopard. and “ Long Odds," 1783.-" Clump and P. 604. The late Rev. C. Millard reCudden," and Liberty Hall,” 1785.-- signed the office of Precentor several years “ Harvest Home," 1787. Of his other ago. He very early discovered a decided publications, the principal were, “ The talent for music, and, when a boy at OxDevil," 2 vols. 8vo. 1785.-" The By- ford, was thought equal to sing in a duet stander," 410. 1787.--Musical Tour,” 4to. with the celebrated Signora Frasi; bis 1787.-" Hannah Hewitt," a novel, 1792. voice afterwards settled into a tenor, re." The Younger Brother," a novel, 1793. markably pure and equal in its tone. He

" History of the Stage,” 5 vols. 8vo. was a pupil, while at the University, of the 1795. His “ Professional Life,” 4 vols. celebrated Dr. Hayes, whence he removed 8vo. 1802. -" Observations on a Tour to Norwich cathedral. He was certainly through England and Scotland,” 4to, 1903. of the best church-singers of his

"Henry Hooka,” a novel, 1806. time; his excellent voice was directed by

P. 300. b. The late Mr. T. Spence de a most correct ear, and his style of sing. vised and published a plan, by which all ing was pure, chaste, and expressive. human kind could be provided with sus. P. 606. The late Arch. M' Laurin, esq. tenance without pauperism. In 1801 he was author of many papers in the Scots met with a state-prosecution, 'was con Magazine, and wrote several valuable arvicted, and endured a year's incarceration, ticles for the Edinburgh Encyclopedia. and was also subject to a fine, of which He was a member of the Edinburgh Instihe ever after boasted, and used to say it tute, and delivered a course of lectures would be the means of one day ushering there on the philosophy of history, in the his doctrines into universal notice. His Spring of 1812. In his manners he was remains were attended by a numerous uuassuming and reserved ; and he died in throng of political admirers. Appro the prime of life, deeply and deservedly priate medallions were distributed, and a lamented.

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METEOROLOGICAL Table for March, 1815. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from Feb. 22, to March 21, 1815.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 110.50 and 60 130 Males

5 and 10 56 60 and 70 118

1341 Females 760

Females
688 )

10 and 20 44 70 and 80 88 Whereof have died under 2 years old 358

20 and 30 97 80 and 90 60 Peck Loaf 3s. 111, 3s. 10d. 3s. 11d. 3s. 11d.

30 and 40 126 90 and 100, 16 Salt &l. per bushel ; 44. per pound.

40 and 50 138

Malesi 960 } 1632

653

Between

227

AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending March 18.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Whent, Rye Barly | Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans. 3. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

s. d., s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Middlesex 60 200 0/29 1195 0 32 3|Essex 56 429 028 022 0 30 9 Surrey 65 0136 0 28 0 26 6/36 4 Kent 60 441 6 26 223 0 31 8 Hertford 58 028 0 29 1022 1036 2 Sussex 62 0100 0125

021 6/34 0 Bedford 67 500 028 429 9/31 4 Suffolk 60 3100 025 4/20 5/27 11 Huntingdon 63 300 0 28 719 10128 2 Camb. 62 5100 0 22 1016 3299 Northamp. 65 800 0 26 8/18 4129 9 Norfolk 61 6150

622 919 128 6 Rutland 69 6100 0 26 3/20 632 6 Lincoln 62 5100 027 1 15 11 27 11 Leicester 70 4 40 0 30 4121 634 Ol York 61 745 10/27 519 41414 Nottingham 71

0139
0131 2/22 6 39 0 Durham 66 600 012

000 Derby 77 800 035 6 26 10 43 6 Northum. 61

142

0 25 10/22 258 10 Stafford 71 1100 032 624 8 42 1||Cumberl. 64 5138 2.29 8 25 000 Salop

69 852 232 926 4100 0 Westmor65 640 0135 226 800 0 Hereford 68 3 40 028 1/25 1038 7 Lancaster 72 000 0 32 10 25 1100 Worcester 71 038 031 027 1/46 0|Chester 69 000 0 35 221 4.00 Warwick 74 8100 031 11/24 4140 2 Flint 64 500 033 622 1000 Wilts 59 4100 0/26 226 4/44 4| Denbigh 64 900 032 3127 2100 Berks 61 600 0127 125 737 5|Anglesea 60 0 00 026 618 400 Oxford 69000025 923 632 3 Carnarvon 64 4100 0/29 022 800 0 Bucks 68 400 029 0123 433 8 Merioneth 75 700 036 927 500 Brecon 71 751 2150918 800 0 Cardigan 65 11100 0127

0 16 100 Montgom. 69 - 738 528 929 111000 Pembroke 56 900 030 714 1000 o Radnor 72 200 0/29 2127 100 01 Carmart. 64 500 0130 516 900 0

Glamorg. 71 9100

0 25 4122 8100 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. ||Gloucest. 76 700 0130 1026 1037 3

*66 6139 4129 2122 6135 4| Somerset '1 '100 0 29 719 000 Average of Scotland, per quarter :

Monmouuli 76 800 0129 500 000 56 0108 9127 9123 8134 9|Devon 64 600 D 28 117 000 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma-Cornwall 69 10100 026

121 400 0 ritime Districts of England and Wales, by || Dorset 66 7100 025 9.26 1142 $ which Exportation and Bounty are to be Hants 162 100 027 224 933 0 regulated in Great Britain...........

........00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, March 20: 60s. to 65s. RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark-Lane, including only from March 13 to March 18: Total 7,773 Quarters. Average 65s. 101d. — 1s. 64d. lower than last Return. OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, March 18, 28s. 7d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, March 22, 585. 8 d.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, Mareh 27 : Kent Bags ........... 61. 6s. to 91. Ds. | Keat Pockets

.......... 51. Os. to

81. Sussex Ditto .......... 61. Os. to 71. 16s. Sussex Ditto

41. 15s. to 81. Essex Ditto ........... 61. 10s. 'to 81. Os. j Farnham Ditto.......... 101. Os. to 121. Oso

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, March 27 : St.James's, Hay 41. 45. Od. Straw 11. 16s. Od. - Whitechapel, Hay 41. 145. 6d. Straw 17. 165, Clover 61. 16s, 6d. Smithfield, Hay 41. 17s. 64. Straw 11. 155. Od. Clover 61. 10s. 6d.

SMITHFIELD, March 27. To sink the Ofal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef ........... ...........45. 8d. “to 6s. Od. | Lamb.......

..Ss. Od, to 9s, 4d. Mutton

...58. 8d. to 6s. 8d. Head of Cattle at Market March 17: Veal 6s. Od. to 7s. 4d. Beasts

690

Calves 170, Pork ....... 6s. Od. to 78. Od. Sheep 3,600.

Pigs 310, COALS, Maroh 27: Newcastle 46s. Od.-58s. 3d. Sunderland 51s. Od. SOAP, Yellow, 90s. Mottled 100s, Curd 104s. CANDLES, 133. Od. per Doz. Moc:"1 TALLOW, per Stone, stb. St. James's 4s. 63. Clare Market 08. 01. Whits

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Avon

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634

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935

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201. [ 288 ] THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, IR March 1815 (to the 25th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, Loodon.Neath Canal, 2401, ex Half Year's Dividend, 71. 10s.-- Leeds and Liverpool, 2146 ex Dividend. -Warwick and Birmingham, 2731.—Monmouth Canal, 1651. ex Dividend 101. clear. --Grand Junction, 2151.—Rochdale, 581.—Kennet and New Ditto, 31. Discount.-Ellesmere, 831.-Lancaster, 201.-Grand

Union, 701.-Seand Wye Railway, 35.-Wey and Arub, 331. Discount.-West India-Dock, 1542 per Cent.-- London Ditto, 911.871.Globe Insurance, 1091.--Imperial 491. Southwark Bridge 6l. 10s. Discount.-Highgate Archway, 91. per Share.-Chelsea Water. Works, 121, 55.-Gas Light, 91. 158. Premium.London Lostitution, 402. 195.Russell Ditto, 181, 18s. -Covent-Garden Theatre, 4001. 4051.- Drury-Lane New vern and Ditto, 561.

EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN MARCH, 1815.
Bank 13perCh 3per Ct. AperCy 5 perCty B.Long| Irish Imp. Imp. | India (Sou Seal 3 per Ct. , India Ex. Om.
Stock Red. Cons. Cons. Navy Ana. 5perCt. 3perCt. Ann. Stock. Stock. South Sea Bonds. Bills. nium.
257 63 | 654

814 93
161
623 34

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257 634 635
934 164

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257 64
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The highest and lowest Prices of 3 per cent. Consols and Omnium are given. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, & Co.

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THE

GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE:

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APRIL, 1815.

LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Corent. 2 General Evening

Cumb.:-Doncast. M.Post. M.Herald

Derb.-Dorchest. Morning Chronic.

Durham - Essex Times-M. Advert.

Exeler 2, Glouc. 2 P.Ledger&Oracle

Halifax-Hants 2 Brit. Press-Day

Hereford, Hull 3 St. James's Chron.

T

Ipswich 1, Keut 4 Sun-Even. Mail

Lancast.-Leices. Star-Traveller

Leeds2, Liverp. 6 Pilot---Statesman

Maidst. Manch. 4 Packet-Lond.Chr.

Newc.3.-Notts. 2 Albion--C. Chron.

Northampton Courier-Globe

Norfolk, Norwich Eng. Chron. --Inq.

N.Wales Oxford 2

ம.வெ. Cour d'Angleterre

Portsea-Pottery Cour. de Londres

Preston-Plym. 2 150therWeekly P.

Reading-Salisb. 17 Sunday Papers

Salop-Sheffield2 Hue & Cry Police

Sherborne, Sussex Lit, Adv, monthly

Shrewsbury Bath 3-Bristol 5

Staff, -Stamf. 2 Berwick-Boston

Taunton-lyne Birmingbam 4

Wakefi.-Warw. Blackb. Brighton

Worc. 2-YORK 3 Bury St. Edmund's

. IRELAND 37 Camb.-Chath.

SCOTLAND 24 Carli.2-- Chester 2

CONTAINING Sunday Advertiser Chelms, Cambria,

Jersey 2. Guern. 2. Meteorological Diaries for March & Apr.290,382 / Some of Bowyer's Conjectures uofounded...325

Miscellaneous Correspondence, &c. ARCHITECTURAL INNOVATION, No. CCIII...326 Select Epitaphs291.-Milton's Marriages,&c.292 Review of Dew Publications, vis. Gray's MSS. on History of English Insects 293 Preces, &c. &c. in usum Scbolæ Paulinæ..329 Improvement of the Serpentine River ....., 294 Frere's View of the Prophecies of Daniel,&c.332 A worthy Relation of the beroic Nelson.....295 Forby's Letter to the Bishop of Norwich...335 Decayed Black Troops. Hist. of Somerset 296 The Velvet Cushion, by Mr. Cunningham..337 History of Lancashire.--Napoleon's Pillar ibid. Buonaparte's Retreat out of Russia.........339 Swaffham-Two-Churches, co. Cambridge..297 Giraud's Campaign of Paris in 1814......340 Descriptiou of Babraham, co. Cainbridge.. 298 Chad's Narrative of Revolution in Holland ibid. Revival of Shakspeare's " Richard II.”.....302 Rouse's Doctrine of Chances, &c............341 Silver Tokens issued at Newcastle........,303 Review of New Musical PUBLICATIONS...346 Verses on the Death of Miss Harriet Leigh 304 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE....

.347 Shakspeare's Bust, &c.---Cavendish Bridge 305 Select Poetry for April, 1815......350-352 Mr. Hull's loscription on W. Shenstone...ibid.

Historical Chronicle. Letter of Dr. Burnet to Madam Wharton 306 Interesting Intelligence from Lond,Gazettes 353 Letter of Richard Pace to Cardinal Wolsey 308 Proceedings in present Session of Parliament357 Custom-house and Post-office in 1677......309 Abstract of principal foreign Occurrences..362 Thomas Warton ?-Manor of Bocongoc...310 Country News 367.-DomesticOccurrences368 Character of Rev. Sir J. Stonbouse, bart...311 | Theatrical Regist. Promotions, Preferments369 Modern Jews.-- Defender of the Faith ?.....312 Births, and Marriages of eminent Persons 370 A Second Address to Unitarians............313 Memoir of the Rev. John Hey, D. D.......371 Remains of Winchester Palace, Southwark 316 --George Ellis, esq. F.R.S. F.S.A. ibid. Mr. O'Brien's Chapel at Clonakilty.........319 Obituary, with Anec. of remarkable Persons 372 Mr. Belsham on the Address to Unitarians 320 Bill of Mortality-Prices of Markets, &c. 383 Classical Sayings.---Remarks on Taxation 323 | Canal, &c. Shares- Prices of Stocks'.

384 Embellished with beautiful Perspective Views of Swappham-Two CHURChes in Cambridgeshire; and of CAVENDISH Bridge over the Trent, near

Castle. Donington, in Leicestershire.

By SYLV ANUS URBAN, Gent.

Printed by Nichols, Son, and Bentley, at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage, Fleet.co

where all Letters to the Editor are desired to be addressed, Post-'

METEOROLOGICAL DIARY KEPT AT EXETER.

Ther.

Mar.

Do.....

Bar. Ther. Hyg. at 8 A. M. Bar. Ther. Hyg. at 3 P. M.

Bar.

Hyg.

at 10 P. M. 30.4+ 464 8

30.04 M Foggy. 52 1+ do. F. and C...

30.07

14 do. | Do.

48
230.16 13} M Fine, though cloudy.

30.16 51 11 do. Very fine...

30.15 35 ny do. Fine, frosty. 3 30.10 364 11 M Fog; at 10 clear and fine.. 30.08 4848 do. Fine, though cloudy.

30.08

45 8. do. Do.; small rain. 430.10 47 11 M Fair, but gloomy & lowering. 30.10 51

do

30.17 494 13 do. Do, S530.05 | 50 13 M Gloomy and lowering..

30.02 53

30.05 13do. Do...............

!3 do. Do.

45
6 30.10 421 15' M Fine, though gloomy.. 30.06 484 111 do. Do.

29.

15 do. Do,; wind & rain.

46
729.77 49 15 M Cloudy and windy..

29.6+ 14 do. Cloudy and hazy; windy..

29.41 51 16 do. Rain, & blowing. 29.28 4+1 | 16 M Moderate, some small rain. 29.38 S

46 il do. Pine......

29.50 39 11 do. Do. 9 29.44 | 42 124 M Pine, with squalls and rain. 29.39 444 2 D. Do.

7 M. Wind and rain.

29.1+387 10 29.21 381 7 M Cloudy, squalls of wind and 29.23 | 405 3 D. Do...............................

29.23 343 4 M. F. & C. 11 29,39 381 3 M Fine, with squalls..... [rain. 29.48 42

3 do. P. & C. sm. rain.
7 D. Fioe. i......

29 54 365
S 1929.25 43 2 MSmall rain..
29.0+

12 do. F. & C.; blowing.

544 11 do. Lowering; at 5 a very heasy. 28.92 42 13 | 28.92 | 45 12 M Blowing bard; a little rain. 29.00 | 474 8 do. Do...[squall of wind & rain. 29.23

8 do. Do.; more moder. 1.4 29.60 41 74M Squally, and a little rain... 29.77 | 451 14 D. Du.; fair...

29.87 S7 10 do. Moderate & fair. 15 29.8% | 46 13 M Gloomy, but molerate....... 29.82 57 9 do. Do.

29.76 52 9 do. Some small rain. 16 29.76 | 51

29.85 544 1 10 M Fine, ............

29.88 47 D. Do,

2 M. Do, 17 29.90 43

30.00 50 18 D. Do.

30.01 42 5} do. Do. 18 30.01 48 D Fine.......

30.01 8 M. Do.

30.00 +81 10do. Do. S 19 29.92 | 484 10 M Fine, though cloudy.

29.90 514 6 do. I Do......

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do. F. & C.

29.24 | 454
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do. Fine.
6 do. Do.; after 5 fine.............

29.52 38
S 2029.53 454 2 D Showers...

29.53 52

2 do. Fair, but gloomy& lowering. 29.45 50 3 do. Rain and Wind. 27 | 29,31 531 11 M F. and C.......

29.33 534 10 M. Rain.

29.43 52 11° do. F. & C.; windy. 28 29.55 50411 M Fine, blowing fresh; cloudy. 29.78 54 7 D. F. & C.; moderate.

1 do, D.

29.88 494 29 29.81 524 M Fine, with clouds.. M

1 M. | Do. 29.76 59 11 D. Fine,

29.78 494 30 29.83 524 1 M Fine; cloudy & some drops. 29.83 53

F. & C..............

29.81 49 1 M. Do.; fog. 31 29.771 51 1 M Very fine....

29.70 601 / 20 D1 Do.

29.64 51 5 do. Do.

3 M Fine..........

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