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EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN NOVEMBER, 1816.
pr.Ct.3perCt Ano. Stock. Stock. Sth Sea Bonds. 30. 31d.
183 7 2:7
664 61$ (13 pr.
184 14 218 62
95% 15 218 62 624 3
77% 95$ 16g
1884 624 117 pr.
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THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PeopERrY, in Nov. 1816 (to the 25th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London.Oxford, 4001, ex dividend, 131. bonus, 51. - Grand Junction, 125). with div. 21.Grand Surrey, 481.-Ellesmere, 631.--Leicester Union, 701.--Grand Voion, 301Worcester and Birmingham, 191.-Kennet and Avon, 111.-Stratford-upon-Avon, ill.Chelmer, 701, div, 41.- Lancaster, 161. 15s. - West-India Dock, 145l, div. 101. London Ditto, 651 --Globe Insurance, 1051.—Rock Ditto, 3s. disc.-Vauxhall Bridge, 301. —Waterloo (late Strand) Bridge Annuities, 61. disc.—New Dilio, 10s. premium. Gas Light, 31. disc.
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Bury St Edmund's DECEMBER, 1816.
Cornw.-Corent. 2 GENERAL EVENING
Cumb.2. Doncast. M.Post-M.Herald
Derb.-Dorchest. Morning Chronic.
Durham - Essex Times-M. Advert.
Exeter 2, Glouc.2 P.Ledger&•Oracle
Halifax-Hancs 2 Brit. Press-Day
Hereford, Hull 3 St. James's Chron.
Huntingd.-Kent 4 Sun- Even. Mail
Ipswich 1, Lancas. Star-Traveller T
Leices.2--Leeds 2 Pilot-Statesman
Lichfield, Liver.8 Packet-Lond.Chr.
Maidst. Manch.4 Albion--C. Chron.
Newe.3.-Noits. 2 Courier-Globe
Noi thampton Eng. Chron.--Ing.
Norfolk, Norwich Cour.d'Angleterre
N.Wales Oxford 2 Cour. de Londres
Portsea-Pottery 150therWeekly P.
Preston-Plym. 2 17 Sunday Papers
Reading -Salisb. Hue & Cry Police
Sutop-Sheffield? Lit. Adv. monthly
Sherborne, Sussex Bath 3_Bristol 5
Staff. --Stamf. 2 Birmingham 3
Taunton-Tyne Blackb, Brighton
Wolverh. Worc.2 Camb. Chath.'
York3.IRELAND37 Carli.2--Chester CONTAINING
SCOTLAND 24. Chelms, Cambria.
Jersey 2. Guern. 2. Meteorological Diaries forOct. and Dec.482,574 Review of New Publications.
naiscellaneous Torrespondence, &c. Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Cauto U1...,521 Lord Thurlow-Bibte carried off by Junot 483 Warden's Letters respecting Buonaparte 524 Rewards to Authors.-Luke, and Dainien 484 Sermons, by Scott, 527; and by Rowlatt 531 Toarthrough various Paris of Flanders, &c. 483 Travels in Brazil, by Henry Koster ....... 532 Literary Inquiries, &c.- Fires in London 487 Sir M. Hale's Counsels” and “ Advice' 534 Briefs, &c. 488.-Treasury at Whitehall 489 Time's Telescope for the year 1817....... 535 of the Alien Priories, and iheir Revenues 490 Identity of Juuius with a Living Character 537 On thin Congregations in our Churches...,491 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE...
..541 Heroic Action of a Collier near Newbittle 493 Borromeo Collection of Italias: Novels...... 543 On baking Bread and manufacturing Ye 4 494 Select Poerry for December 1816...544-548 Stage Coaches-Treatment of the Insane 495 Prologue & Epilogue to Westminster Play 544 Rare Edition of the Greek Tragedians .... 496
Distorical Chronicle. Curious Fontin Lekhamsted Church, Bucks 497 Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences 548 Plat's " Delightes for Ladies' described ibid. Country News 551.--Domestic Occurrences555 FRAGMENTS OF LITERATURE, No. XI. ...... 498) Account of the late Disturbances in London 556 The stupendous Fail of the Rhine .........
.......... 499) Public Schools in the Metropolis............560 MS of Strabo, &c.--- Letterof Sir P. Sidney 501 Theatre, Pomotions, Prefermen's, Births...561 On Cross Bups, and Ob in the West Indies 503 Marriages of eminent Persons..... 562 Grammar Schouls?-Sir N. B. Gresley... 50+ Character of Charles Earl Stanhope....... 563 COUNTY HISTORY-Chester-Cornwall..... 505
Mrs. Honer Pigott..
564 Libraries in London temp. Queen Anne... 509 M. Wodhull, Esq.-W. Alexander, Esq. 565 On the Moral Character of Dr. Young. 511 Obituary, with Anecd.of remarkable Persons 566 Remarks on the Westminster Play, 1816...514 Epitaph on the Right Hou. W. Windhai 574 Te egraphicCommunication--semaphores517 Bill of Mortality. ---Prices of Markets, &c.575 Architecture of St. John's, Westminster . 519 Canal, &c. Shares.---Prices of ine Stocks...576
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Devereux-ct. Temple, I house damaged. Mr. URBAN,
Dec. 12. Dowgate, warehouses burnt.
THE “ Hints respecting Briefs," by Exeter-change, 4 houses burnt,
the worthy and intelligent Vicar of Garden-street, Walworth, I house burnt. Knapton, p. 399, deserve and require Gloucester-street, St. Luke's, I house
consideration. He suggests, very burnt, 6 damaged.
properly, that the Briefs should be Graston-street, Bond-st. I house damaged.
* sent post-free to the Minister of Great Marylebone-st. 2 houses burnt. Great Sutton-street, Clerkenwell, 1 house every parish in the Kingdom." But damaged.
bow are the necessary directions to be Holborn, 3 honses burnt.
attained? for at present, I presume,they Holborn, 1 house damaged.
are not known, noreasily procurableby Lambeth, I house burnt.
one Church warden, por probably by Lambeth-marsh, 1 house burnt, 1 house one Rector, in thel},000 placestowhich damaged.
it is said Briefs are sept. Should the Market-street, Oxford-st. shop burnt. necessary documents be deposited in Mecklenburgh-square, I house burnt. the Post-office in certain districts? or, Milk-street, Cheapside, 1 house damaged. as I suppose is the case at present, New Cavendish-street, shops damaged. should the requisite number for each Poplar, 1 house burnt.
Diocese be transmitted to the RegisPoplar, & bouses burnt, i life lost. Red-lion-st. Clerkenwell, shop burnt.
trar of the Diocese, to be by him deShire-lane, Temple-bar, I house burnt,
livered at the half-yearls visitations, 2 damaged.
or forwarded, by post to the several Stock-Exchange (Old), 2 houses burnt.
parishes of that Diocese? to this Wapping, near the Docks, several houses
case it should be knows how many and warebouses burnt.
are requisite for each Diocese (as 177 Whitechapel-road, i house burnt, 2 da
for Laodaff, 1955 for Lincoln, &c.), maged.
according to the number of parishes. Wilmot-street, Brunswick-square, 1 Again, instead of the Churchwarden house damaged.
verifying on oath “ the sum collected I shall be obliged by any alterations in his respective parisb,” would not or corrections. This list is perfectly the signature of the Minister and dew, and, I fear, not accurate.
Churchwardens, as at present, be a I consider, the dainage done io town
sufficieot voucher ? and country by fire, in 1816, amounts
These and other difficulties in the plan to between 3 and 400,0001.
might, I have no doubt, be easily obviYours, &c. PALATINUS. ated, should Parliament, in their wis
dom, and among other weightymatters, Mr. URBAN,
Dec. 12. find leisuretotakethis not unimportant A
SHORT time ago there was, in subject into their serious deliberation.
oue of the public prints, a viru It is said, p. 213, that the late lent letter, in which the Writer, sub “Dr. Eveleiyli presented a Portrait" scribing himself “ H. Bathurst,” said of the learned Joseph Sanford " to the King was one of the Three Estates Exeter College." Yet another Corof the Realm. With the politics of respondent, p. 388, b. well acquainted, this Reverend Divine I have no con
as I take it, with Exeter College, cern; but a Clergyman, an Archdea
says, he knows of “no regular por con, ought to have kuown that the trait of him." How is ibis ? Dr. King is not One of the Three Estates Eveleigh, I well remember, had a in our excellent Constitution; but remarkable painting in his study; but that there is in the Book of Common whether he called it a portrait of the Prayer “A Form of Prayer with
memorable Veteran of Balliol, or of Thanksgiving for the happy deliver some other Saoford very like him, I rance of King James the First, and
am not certain. Some of your Oxthe Three Estates of England, from ford friends can inform us. the most traiterous massacre,” in
104. b. I remeinber to have seen, tended against them by those whom perhaps five and thirty years ago, a some in these days are anxious to in- curious account of au Archdeacon of vest with power.
Richmond travelling with, I think, 40 God save“ the King and the Three
or 50 attendants and retainers in is Estates,” the Lords Siritual and Tem- train. If " Richniondiensis" is not in poral and Commons of the United possession of the anecdote, I wish I Kingdom in Parliainent assembled, is could direct him to it. Perhaps it was the sincere prayer of Yours, &c. R.C. in Madox,orio Rymer's Federa. R. [.