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FOR OCTOBER, 1818.
Page List of East India Shipping .282 Rcrenue
...335 Memoir of the Earl of Liverpool ....283 Increase of Crime
...336 The Hive. No, XLIII......
· LONDON REVIEW. Anecdotes of Mr. Warmington.... ib. Lieutenant-colonel Johnson's Journey Inscription on the Monument of the from India to England, through PerLady of Earl St. Vincent
288 sia, Georgia, Russia, and Prussia, in Travelling.... ib. 1817
ib. Bon Mots...
ib. The Bishop of London's Charge deli. An Arctic Islander in London
.289 vered to the Clergy of the Diocese of The First Night of " Le Notti Romane" London, at the Visitation in July and (Continued].. 994 August, 1818 .....
.....337 On Foppery
.300 Rudge's Considerations on the Sea ....313 An Excursion to Brighton. Letter III, 301 Evans's Progress of Human Lise.. .346 Recollections of a Metropolitan Curate The Pamphleteer. No. XXIV. ......348 (Continued].....
......308 THEATRICAL JOURNAL:-Sigismar the Remarks on the Proceedings of a cer. Switzer- Madame Bellgår-Mrs. W. tain Society
.311 West--Mr. C. Fisher-Mrs. CrowRECIPES. No. XXI..
312 der- The Barber of Seville --Proof For the Typhus Fever
ib. Presumptive, or the Abbey of San For the Gout
ib. Marco -- Miss Somerville-Closing of Scottish Descriptions, from Jedburgh to the English Opera and Surrey Theathe Hebrides, and Return to Carlisle:
tre, &c. &c. &c.
.950 with Scottish Customs, Character, and POETRY....
356 Manners. By Thoinas Strir M.D.
The Arctic Moon..
ib. [Continued).. .313 From the Portuguese.
ib. SKETCHES. No. II.
.318 On the Death of the late celebrated Character of Mr. Pliable .
ib. Miss Pope...... Correction of a Mis Statement in the Abstract of Foreign and Domestic InMemoir of the Right Hon. George telligence..
.957 Rose ... .320 Births - Marriages
.359 Curious Arithmetical Question in: | Monthly Obituary
360 Answers to a Mathematical Query 320,321 Literary Intelligence.
.302 Memoir of John Reeves, Esq. [Conti- List of New Publications
.322) Acknowledgments to Correspondents..365 MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. No. List of Bankrupts, Dividends, and CerXLVII....
ib. Alphabetical List of the Public Dissolutions of Partnership
S63 General Aets passed in the 58th List of Patents
.369 Year of George II!. ib. State of the Weather
.370 Catalogue of a Sale of Cattle .334 London Markets
.370-374 Bankrupts ib. Average Prices of Sugar
...374 New Parliament
ib. Prices of Caral, &c. Shares ...375 Bark..
ib. Rates of Government Life Annuities .. i). Blight in Apple Trees
ib. Course of Exchange-Prices of Bullion ib. Ileight of Skiddaw ib, Price of Stocks
NO. 32, CORNILILL.
AND MAY BE HAD OF ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED
EAST INDIA SHIPS,
1818, 1818. 1819.
C.E. Newbury E. Harrison
Rob, Strange Mich. Connal
John Wordsworth Chas, Mortlock
Henry Hill R. W. Smith J. Wilkinson JF.Wordsworth S, T, Bridger Edw. King
Wm. Allen Cha.Pennington
Chas. Pillans 12 Nov 28 Nov. Jan. 12001
Henry Bonham Richard Nisbet
J. W. Wilson Pat. Stewart
Jas. R. Palmer Rob. Lindsay
T. Davidson Geo. Adam 5 Bombay.
1200 St. Hel. Bomb. John Forbes Arch, Hamilton
Messrs. F. & G. Clay John R. Francklin A. P. Proctor John Levy
Mark Clayson Felix Boltbee Edw. Edwards MN Francklin
1200 James Walker Alexander Nairne Eg. Maxwell Jer. Watson
F. P. Alleyn
>18 Dec 27 Dec. Feb.
Company's Ship Richard Alsager Chas. Shea Jas. B. Burnett R.J Cuthbertson Peter Pilcher Hez, Clark Geo, Homer
Beng. f China John Staniforth
John Dill Rob. Mayne
Hanson Hen. Columbine Rich. Gilpin
w. Mac Adam John Milroy 1819. 1819.
F. Parsons Thos. Vokes 25Jan. 9 Feb. 17 Mar. 890
Mad. Beng. William Agnew John Blanshard 6 Carnatic.........
J. D. Collis Chr. Mac Koy Phillmer Phipps Geo. Dewdney John Eccles James Smith 6 Thomas Grenville 886
Company's ship Wm. Manning G, Williams John Brown Geo. T. Calveley John Pratt Rich, Shaw John Benifold
Stewart Erskine Alex. Lindsay Chris. Biden Chas. Cowles Edward Adams Polliot Berton Rob. Elliot
23 Feb 11 Mar. 16 April
William Sims Richard Rawes
10th October, 1818. LONDON,Published for the European Magazine by J.Asperne 32 Cornbill 2.Nov.1818.
FOR OCTOBER 1818.
MEMOIR OF THE EARL OF LIVERPOOL, (WITA A PORTRAIT, DRAWN BY WIVELL, FROM A BUST OF JOSEPH NOLLEKENS, R. A.
ENGRAVED BY J. Tuomson.]
nion and the diversities of interest democratic force, sought to subvert in which we have so long been accus. every authority of constitutional retomed to conteinplate the conflicting straint, and, in its march of insolent parlies of tbis country wbo have by turus advance, menaced the security of the had possession of the popular favour, throne and the very existence of sowe may justly take upon ourselves to vereign power ; when men of genius decide, that in vo personal instance of and ability surrendered their better stedfastness of principle and integrity convictions to the prevalence of docof action, can there be found a purer trines, as novel in their origio as they example of wise and honorable consiste were perpicious in their influence; ency than that which the political wben even the deliberative councils of course of this estimable nobleman diso the empire were insulted by a furious plays; and in tracing the virtues of zeal, that set at defiauce the enacthis character, as they bave, from time ments of their decisions and the power to time, in the various circumstances of the laws; in sbort, when the torof his public life, thrown a lustre on rent of anarchy seemed fast rolling in the path through which he has passed, upou every barrier of national welfare, we may use the language of the poet, and rushing forwards to overwhelm and comprize then, in that
every distinction of rank and degree, Worth not to favour or to fame confined, every provision of political expediency Bat fix'd in all the dignity of mind. and social good, in one indiscriminate And it is no slight cause for exultation waste of wild insubordinacy ; – then it to an Englishman's heart, who feels was that the exalled subject of this the reputation of his country to be memoir presented bimself among the essentially blended with the talents and foremost in that phalavx of loyal allethe transactions of her statesmen, that giance which, by an unyielding persehe is enabled to assert the justice of verance in attachment to the sovereign, their high pretensions to the esteem and in opposition to the pseudo patrivls and admiration of the world, by re- of that stormy period, resisted and ferring them to so elevated a standard turned aside the devastating evil. By as that which the Earl of Liverpool such well-timed inflexibility of resolve impresses upon its acknowledgmeni. to maintain, unperverted by mistaken
Prom the commencement of his par. ardour, unchanged by rash innovation, liamentary career in 1790, 10 the pre- that system of ihings which had been sent period, he has been a judicious and established by the wisdom of our forcfaithful supporter of the true interests fathers, and justified liy the experience of bis country. At a period when Fac. of ages, he lent bis aid lu the adminis