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European Magazine

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FOR JUNE, 1818.
(Embellished with a Portrait of Joan Reeves, Esq.]

CONTENTS.
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Page List of East India Shipping

.466 Philosophical Tea-pots and FireMemoir of John Reeves, Esq. .467 Screens ....

ib. Tae Hive. No. XXXIX... .472 Yeates' Variation Chart

ib, Farly Rising.....!

ib, Election Anecdote.

ib.

LONDON REVIEW. Apecdote of Peter the Great ib. Benger's Memoirs of Mrs. Elizabeth Anecdote of a Frenchman..., ib, Hamilton

515 Extracts from a Lawyer's Portfolio The Fudge l'amily in Paris . (Continoed) ..:

...473 Evans's Excursion to Windsor ..519 Tee GLEANER. No. LX..

.478 THEATRICAL JOURNAL:' State of Reflections of a Young Man in Pri Drury.lane Theatre, The Castle of $90, after committing an Act of Sui Paluzzi, or the Extorted Oath-Mr. cide...

.491 Matheus's Address-Opening of the History of Peter Pliant (Concluded)..486 English Opera--How to write an lass EXTRACTS: containing a concise Opera, or the Delights of Dramatic

Description of some of the principal Composition—The Kaleidoscope, or Places in Ireland; with the Antiqui Pay for Peeping - False Accusaties, Customs, Character, and Mao tion, &c. &c.

.521 Ders of that Country (Coocluded) ..489 POETRY..

.326 BIOGRAPHICAL REGISTER OF EXINENT On a Lady's Kaleidoscope ........526 PERSONS RECENTLY DECEASED. No.' An Address for the Anniversary of XXVII.- John Gifford, Esq. 492 the Literary Fond, at Freemasons' Emma: a Tale founded on Fact .495

Hall, May 7, 1818...

.527 Epitaph in Eyam Church-yard 496 Dissolusion of Parliament...

.528 Memoir of Patrick Colquhoun, Esq. Intelligence from the London Gazette 529 [Concluded)

.497 Abstract of Foreign and Domestic InFRAGMENTA. Being Thoughts, Obser. telligence...

.535 Fatjons, Reflections, and Criticisms, Births

..510 with Anecdotes and Cbaracters An. Marriages

ib. ciept and Modern. No. XXVI. ....503 Monthly Obituary

541 An Essay on Charity ..507 Literary Intelligence..

513 Answers to Arithinerical Queries 508, 509 List of New Publications

.544 ib. Acknowledgments to Correspondents.. ib. TgE REPOSUOLY. NO, XLIX...

... ib.

List of Bankrupts, Dividends, and CerA Second Letter from Dr. Yeats to tificates ...

.545 the Right Hon, Sir John New. Dissolutions of Partnership

.547 port, Bart. M.P. on the Subject of List of Patents'..

.549 Contagiops Fever

ib. State of the Weather On the Politic Institutions of Great London Markets

.550-552 Britain ..511 Average Prices of Sugar

.552 Duration of Parliaments, from the Prices of Canal, &c. Shares ...553

First of Henry VIII. to the pre Rates of Government Life Annuities .. ib. peat Time

.513 Course of Exchange-Prices of Bullion ib. USCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. No. Price of Stocks

...55+ XLIII.

.514 | Index.

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EAST INDIA SHIPS,
With their Managing Owners, Commanders, Principal Officers, Surgeons, Pursers, Time of coming afloat, &c;

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i Canning
1326

Company's Ship Wm. Patterson R. Glasspoole W.R. Blakely K Mac Donald Amb. Rivers Rob. Simmons s. Jas. Lee
1 Thomas Coutts.... 1394

S. Marjoribanks WMarjoribanks Alex. Chrystie Rich. Clarke B. M. Daniell Fred. Madan James Grant James Dunn
1
Duke of York ....1327
s. Marjoribanks A. H: Campbell Charles More J. Shepherd

W. P. Moffat Whitm. Smart Jos. W. Rose
Bomb. & China

Rob. Lindsay

Q6Oct' 97 Dec. & Earl of Balcarras. 1417

Company's ship James Jameson P. R. Newall Ph. Baylis John Hillman A. Broadhurst Henry Arnot Wm. Bruce 4 Marquis of Huntly 1200

John Campbell Don. Mac Leod J. S. H. Fraser John Thacker Hen. H. Sumner Geo. Chennes John Simpson Rob. Hogg
1 Buckinghamshire 1369

Company's Ship Fred. Adams James Head Tim. Smith T. B. Penfold Thos. Allchin Wm. Hayland J. W. Gralam
Dunira

1325
1
Geo. Palmer Mont. Harailton Jas. Barber A. T. Chatfield John Allen J.CWhiteman And. Kedstie Benj. B. Lord

IR18. 3 Castle Huntiy

1800 Beng. f China John Paterson HA.Drummond Alex. Morgan Thos. Dunkin J. Cruickshanks J. W. Stewart David Irving Wohn Stewart

8 Dec. 8 Feb. 1 London

1392

Mud. & China Company's ship Walt. Campbell B. Brougtrion W. Longdroft Wm. Pullham WK. Packmai. D. Mackenzie Job D. Smith 6 Princess Amelia 1200

Rob. Williams Edw. Balston Sam. Lyee Jas, Kellaway Wm. Pitmen Chas. Penny Natl. Giant Jas. Thomson 4 Marchioness of Els| 952

Sir R. Wigram Brook Kay Rich. Clifford WHC Dalrymple Dav. Sampson C. E. Mangles J. M. Bennett Wm. Millet 1 1818.
4 Prince Regent 959

Mad. f Beng. Henry Bonham T. Herb. Harris Step. Poyntz Thos. Baker Dav. Marshall Hen B. Bax Dav. Falconer John Reid 1 12Jan. 12 Mar.
1 Orwell........ 1395

Matt. Isacke Thos. W. Leech W. Cousens T.W. Andrews Wm. Haviside Thos Welsh W. Bremner Ricb. Prince
3 Lady Melville. 1900

Sir R. Wigram John Stewart Thos. Tapley Rob. Clifford Henry C. Smith Hen.Sierndale D.Cannar, ju. Jas. Goddard 4 Cabalva 1 200 China

John Card

das. Dalrymple C.W.H.Sewell G. G. Jarnan Roch. Card E.M. Bouitbee Geo. Waddens. H. Ayers 20 Feb 11 April 6 Scalehy Castle.. 1249

Company's Ship John B. Sotheby T. W, Barrow Rob. Lowis Jas. Murdoch John Gritfitb 3as. Halliday Cras. Jobling 7 Perseverance .... 1271

Henry Templer Henry Templer Hen. Clement Jas. 8. Biles Wm. Ticehurst Hatton Galway Thos. Godwin Jos. H«dson 5 Astell .......

820 George Gooch Fran, Creswell Wm. Evaos A. Chapman

Thos. A. Davis John Sprout
6 Phoenix

ws Cumming Wa. L. Grave 16 Mar 27 April
818

Thos. White Tel. Musson Wm. Carter Kob. B. Shiltler H. B. Avarne Thos. Ranken Harry James
2 General Hewitt 894
Company's Ship Peter Cameron Jas. Pearson Rees Thomas

Alex. Bell Fred. G. Moore Edw. Turner D. Leipiton Warren Hastings 199g Beng. & Mail. John P Larkins Thos. Larkins

J.P. Hachinan George Mason George Cowan Fran, Cattley T. B. Horsley J. W. Pears 1 Asia

6 April 26 May Henry Bonhams T. F.Balderetan J. 1. E. Flint Thos. Davey Rob. H. Rhind John Gisborne Jas.M. Hodges Jas. Gardner 3 Fairlie .....

696 Henry Porcher...

David Gordon }Beng.g Bomb.

Thos. E. Ward Thos. 1. Burn Wm. Powditcb Wos, Clarkson P. Backerville J. Jobnstone T. Stephenson 465

Jos. Graves Jas. P. Anstice Pal. Wallace Hen. Simpson
594 Bombay

Bdward Warts
Lady Lashington..

John Austin Hew. s. Graves,
Naih. Domett Thos. Dermur Henry Bird
Northampton...

Jas, Dudman David Urqubart 545 | Beng. 4 Den. George Palmer

P. Mac Millan Chus. Burt
Cian, Tebbut
Lord Keith .....,
599) coolon
Robert Morris John Freeman Jolm Shoto
John Yincent John Waucope John Edwarda

Dav. G. Arnot Char, Rennet R2 Mar 1 May

Geo. Lamb J Christopherson 25th May, 1818.

'John Coulter D. H. Renny

} Mad. Beng. Rob. Williams

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A SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF

JOHN REEVES, Esq.
DOOSDIR AND PRONOTER OF

LIBERTY
PROËERTY AGAINST REPUBLICANS AND LEVELLERS.
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Cicero. (With À PORTRAIT, ENGRAVED BY J. THOMSON, FROM AN ORIGINAL PAINTING IN

THE PREVOST'S ROOM, ETON COLLEGE, BY Š. DRUMMOND ESQ. A. R. A. TEROISM in the field is surrounded sounded, and all the banditti of Great

with such a blaze of glory, and Britain and Ireland were rallying togemost men are so liable to be dazzled by ther at its blast. Avarehy and licenthe splendor of military exploits, that tiousness proclaimed with loud boast not only the poet, but ihe biographer the multitude of their adherents, while and historian, bave always loo fondly hypocrisy, ambition, and avarice, were cnlarged on the successes of the war. secretly plolling how to secure the rior, while the less brilliant, bui mure SPOILS of a PLUNDERED NATION. serviceable, excrtious of the slatesman The loyal and the brave, though une are mentioned with sparing testimonies daunted by Jacobin menaces, foresaw of applause. We often see the powers of with agony the wounds they must be geunds employed in giving an artificial foreed to infict, in the bateful struge verdure to the blood-stained laurels of gle; and Justice herself turned pale at tictory, and we hear the car of triumph ihe number of apprehended executious. ratile through the sounding periods, At this crisis, the heaven-inspired though its wheels are clogged will counsels of a vigilant patriot averted HUMAN GORE.

all tbose calamities, and put a stop to But whatever praise may be due to the rising tuinult, wilhout shedding the champion who risks his life in fight- ONE DROP of BLOOD. He joined ing the battles of his country, and of men of property and virtue in the bonds repelling the attacks of a foreign in- of indissoloble union; he inspired Ibe fader, the highest honours of pairioso peaceful and industrious with security isin, and the warmest tributes of public and confidence; he restored deluded gratitude, ought certajuly to be reserved thousands lo their allegiance and their for the man who, in the hour of internal duty; he quelled the turbulent; he alarm, and amidst the DARK BROODING

intiipidated the audacious; he conof DOMESTIC TREASON, steps for founded the designing ; he made the ward by bis wisdom, his virtue, and his dagger fall from the hand of the assasspirii, io sive a whole people from the sin; and he extinguished the torch HORRORS of a CIVIL WAR.

which the incendiary had just lighted to Such was the state of affairs in which involve the kingdom in fames. the talents of Mr. Reeves, not lovg Can it then be deemed an useless since, were so happily displiryed. A teni. or an uninteresting task to trace tbe pest was gathering over our heads which outlines of this admirable character, was likely to burst with irresistible fury. and to present to the real lovers of The FRENCH HORN vf sediliou bad been their country so bright and so encou

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