Imagens da página
PDF
ePub

94 Obituary.-Canal Shares.Meteorological Table. [Jan.

At Stonehouse, Lieut. Col. Flight, Pay. beth, aged 45, Robert Brooke Kirkman, master of the Plymouth Division of the esq. second son of the late Alderman Royal Marines.

Kirkman. Jan. 17. In bis 8 1st year, Mr. John Da- Jan. 19. At Bermondsey, aged 44, Mr. vison, of Prospect-place, Paddington, for- Willey Meek. merly an eminent perfumer in Fleet-street, Aged 77, Frances, relict of the late John

Suddenly, Mr. Nicolas Parkes, of Union- Robinson, esq. of Wellclose-square. row, Queen's Elms, Chelsea.

Mary, wife of Mr. Thomas Clarke, At Wells, Somersetshire, Francis Drake, coachmaker, of Park-street, Grosvenoresq. formerly Envoy Extraordioary at the square. Court of Munich.

Aged 75, Mrs. Elizabeth Dyer, of JuddAt Bethnal-green, aged 53, Capt. Wil. street, Brunswick-square. liam Mason, of the 2d Royal Regiment At Stockwell Common, aged 54, Mr. of Tower Hamlets Militia.

Job Wood. lo Milsom-street, Bath, the relict of the The wife of James Gibbs, esq. of Ca. Jale Rev. William Willes, archdeacon of vendish-square. Wells.

Jan. 20. Eliza, wife of Mr. Robert The Rev. Thomas William Barlow, Rec. Price, jun. of Clapham. tor of Halbertoo, Devonshire, and Pre- Jan. 22. Aged 19, Frederick, son of bendary of Bristol.

Francis Kelsey, esq. of Hanover-street, In the New Cut, Lower Marsh, Lam- Walworth,

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, in Jan. 1821 (to the 25th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge.street, LondonTrent and Mersey, or Grand Trunk Canal, 18001. ex Half-year's Div. 751. per Apn.Coventry, 9701. Div. 441. per Ano.—Birmingham, 535l. Div. 217. - Neath, 4201. Div. 251. per Ann. 51. Bonus. Barnsley, 156l. ex Div. 41. Half-year.-Swansea, 2001. ex Div. 121. - Grand Junction, 2101. ex Div. 41. 10s. Half year. --- Dudley, 581. ex Div. Il. 10s. Half-year. Ellesmere, 631. ex Div. 31.— Rochdale, 411. Div. 21. per Ann.-Grapd Union, 241. 10s.- Regent's, 251.-Worcester and Birmingham, 201. to 211. ex Div. 11, -Kennet and Avon, 181. ex Div. 18s. Huddersfield, 131. — Stratford, 101.--Ashbyde-la-Zouch, 111. 10s. - West India Dock, 1631. ex Div. 51. Half-year, - London Dock, 941. Half-year's Div. 21. — Globe Assurance, 1171. 10s. ex Div. 31. Half-year.Imperial, 781. to 801. Div. 21. 5s. Half-year.--Albion, 401. 2. 10s.-Rock Assur. ance, il. 18s. to 2. - Hope Ditto, 31. 55.- Eagle, 21. 12s. 6d. Grand Junction Water Works, 481. - Westminster Gas Light Company, 631. ex Half-year's Div, ul. - New Ditto, 101. Premium. - Cityof London Ditto Original, 251. Premium. - Carna. tic Stock, 771. per Cent. ex Div, 21. Half year.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for Jan. 1821. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

Females : 743}1524

BILL OF MORTALITY, fron Dec. 26, to Jan. 26, 1821.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 105 / 50 and 60 111 Males 608

5 and 10 5260 and 70 99 1162 Females 554

10 and 20 41 70 and 80 96 Whereof have died under 2 years old 279

20 and 30 91 80 and 90 51

30 and 40 117 90 and 100 12 Salt £1. per bushel ; 44d. per pound.

40 and 50 108 100

0

}

Between

AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending January 20, 1821.

MARITIME COUNTIES.

dls.

d. s.

Districts

d. s.

d.js.

}

117

INLAND COUNTIES.

Wheat Rye Barly | Oats Beaus
s.
ds.

d. s. d. Middlesex 53 5100 0126 123 4.32 10 Surtey

59 630 0126 122 10:32 0 Hertford 57 9100 0195 621 5 34 4 Bedford 57 11 36 0123 10 20 131 2 Huntingdon 54 600 012 217 6.29 0 Northampt. 56 4100 0123 717 1028 0 Rutaod 62 000 026

0121 6137 6 Leicester 58 600 0126 2120 2140 o Nottinghain 58 1/35 328 921 340 3 Derby 57 8100 0131 321 5/45 2 Stafford 55 10100 0130 721 10 43 11 Salop 50 1041 6128 4122

644 5 Hereford 45 640 0124

8/36 0 Worcester 50 300 0127 4124 10 425 Warwick 50 900 026 021 841 10

49 8100 0924 5 22 440 Berks

59 1100 024 320 733 8 Oxford 54 800 023 1.19 10.32 0 Bucks

61 100 023 822 433 4

49 10/35 225 4117 400 0 Montgomery 52 500 024 625 000 0 Radyor 45 700 027 723 700 0 Essex

51 5 35 023 819 027 Kent

52 10/27 024 921 4129 1 Surses 51 900 025 4/18 10/30 0

2/20

Wheat Rye | Barly Oats. dls.

d. London 58 935 0 27 420 4 2 Suffolk 56 4127 8123

9 Cambridge 3 Norfolk

53 1031 8/23 3 19 17 4 Lincoln 253 3/30 0 25 316 5

York
5 Durham

56 0139 5 27 11 20 11
Northum.
6 Cumberl.

56 6 42 597 119 10 Westmor. 7 Lancaster

53 11/35 028 9 20 1 Chester 8 Flint Denbigh

53 1 35 0 26 11 17 0 Anglesea Carnarvon

Merioneth 9 Cardigan Pembroke

48 235 321 914 1 Carmarth.

Glamorgan
10 Gloucester
Somerset 51

0/25 019 2
Monm.
11 Devon

55 4 35

0 24 117 6 Cornwall 12 Dorset

54835 023 10 19 9 Hants

Wilts

Brecon

935

[blocks in formation]

(s.

[ocr errors]

PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, Japuary 22, 50s. to 55s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, January 20, 20s. 9d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, January 24, 355. 81d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, January 22. Kent Bags............. 21. Os, to 41. 4s. | Kent Pockets

21. 2s, to 51,
Sussex Ditto
21. 5s. to 31. Os. Sussex Ditto

21.
6s, to

31.

3s. Essex Ditto.............. il. 12s. to 21. 10s. Essex Dicto .............

1l. 15s. to 21. 10s. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, January 20 : St. James's, Hay 41. 10s. Straw ll. 13s. Od. Clover 41. 15s. Whitechapel, Hay 41.63.0d. Stras 1l. 12s.Od. Clover 5l. 0s.--- Smithfield, Hay 41.7s. Od. Straw 11. 10s. Od. Clover 51. 5s.

SMITHFIELD, January 22. To siuk the Offal--per stone of 8lbs. Beef................. ..3s. 8d. to 5s. 4d. Lamb.........

.Os. Od. to Os. Od. ..3s. 4d, to 5s. 8d. Head of Cattle at Market January 22 : Veal......................58. Od. to 75. 4d.

Calves 120. Pork...

.....45. Od. to 55. 8d. Sheep and Lambs 3,540 Pigs 190. COALS, January 26: Newcastle 32s. Od. to 41s. Od.-Sunderland, 34s. Od. to 41s. Od.

TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. Town Tallow 59s. 6d. Yellow Russia 54s. SOAP, Yellow 86s. Moltled 98s, Curd 102s.-CANDLES, 10s. 6d. per Doz. Moulds 125, 0d.

Mutton........

Beasts ....

.... 475

Day

p. cent.

3 2224

114

5 pr.

33 34 pr.

6 pr.

12 223

[ocr errors]

704

EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN JANUARY, 1821. Bank Red. 13pr. Ct. 34 per 14 pr.Ct.15 perCt.fB.Long

India Imp. 31 Irish. S. S.O.S.S. N. S. S. India

Con. Com.
Stock. 3pr.Ct. Con. Ct.Con. Con.

Ex. Bills. Omnium.
Navy. Ano.
Stock, Stock. Ann.

Bonds.
Ano.

Accl. Bills.
Sunday
2 223 21701

79 $874 8 181

27 pr. 1

3 pr. 1$ $ pr.714 8 2704 70 795 88 74 185

26 27 pr.li pr. par.

2 dis.
4
1703
793 874
183

26 27 pr. par 2 pr.
5 2224 4703
794 874
684

3 2

pr.
6 Holiday

Sunday
8
223 703 4693

874
1044 3181

2251

70

28 30 pr. 3 5 pr.
9
703 $694 791 87% 4.1045

2254

33 35 pr. 4

14 pr. 1718 10 223 704 70695 794 87% 1045 1183

224$ 54

33 34 pr. 4 6 pr. 13 pr. 1718703
11 223
3 704 70694 791 87$ $1043 1187

2254

4

11 pr. 1707 1 470 694

79 6,8711041 4 187 68% 42234 * 76

34 32 pr. 4

6 pr. 17 pr. 170
13
697 70691
87$ 104333 185

6 4 pr.
14 Sunday
15
704693 69$ $ 78% 87810413% 18%

694
32 33 pr. 4 5 pr.

707
16
223
1693 1694 83 784 87$ 11037 1
18

684 32 33

pr.
5 4
pr.

1704
17
-694 4684 9784 873 71031 818 181

684

68$ 32 33 pr. 5

701 269$ $69 $78 1874 81034 /

2214

33
pr.
4 5 pr.

705
19
222 169$ 769 79
873 1103744 185 684 2223

4 6 pr.

1694
20
2224 70 697 694
87 7 1044 18$

5 6
pr.

692
22
2221170 694
877 81044 4183 4

223 768 4693
35 36 pr. 4 pr.

694 23 223 1703 $693 794 1881 31045 Z. 181

2234

36 38 pr.

70 5701 7,694704 80 794 883 31041 5184 8

693
78

6 5 pr. 21 pr. 70
25 Holiday
26 228
7724 17714 $81480390 8941054 6 184

70% 2274

40 41 pr. 5

6 pr. 44 pr. 1714 12 8 723 1724 14 904 1064 1185

40 41 pr. 5

72 21 29 Holiday 30 Holiday 31 | Holiday

RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. at their Old Established Office, Bank-Buildings, Cornbill.

J. NICHOLS AND SON, 25, PARLIAMENT STREET, WESTMINSTER.

4 pr.

18 223

187

NENANENTERA BORSA

32 34 pr.

34 pr.

21 Sunday

[ocr errors]

8

6 pr.

24 224

2254

78%

27 227 28 Sunday

8 pr.

[graphic][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][ocr errors][subsumed][subsumed][ocr errors][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed]

MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

Our worthy friend CLERICUS (of Green- authorized bearings) may not be frustrated hithe) will excuse our not. entering on a and disappointed in his researches after losubject from which we have, as far as was cal information, to be derived from objects practicable, studiously abstained.

of this nature. It is much to be regretted, The kind suggestions of our Correspond- that Monuments, Stained Glass *, &c. are ent Hint are always gratefully received. usually mutilated and disfigured when a

We shall readily resume the Retrospec- Church or Hall are undergoing what is calltions of W. B. if we are favoured with thein

ed a repair.” in small portions.

HISTORICUS inquires for particulars reThe originality of our Romsey Corres- specting the Rev. Mr. James, who, about pondent's « Petition seems doubtful; but

70 years ago, was, it is conceived, a Recit will appear in due course.

tor, or Vicar to a parish, probably in the A YORKSHIRE FREEHOLDEA is informed, neighbourhood of Harleston, in Norfolk. that want of room compels us to omit his Ď. K. would be obliged by the informacommunication.

tion of the author of a poem on Envy, the Several valuable communications, in re- four first lines of which are as follows, ply to INVESTIGATOR, p. 20, have been re

Prosperio, rich and young, ceived; but pressure of matter has pre

Preferr'd the morning air ; cluded all, except the one which first came

He walk'd the fields, nor walk'd them long, to hand.

Ere Rumour met him there. CLERICUS remarks, “ As a further caution to Surrogates (vol. XC. ii. p. 488) a Also, who is the author of the Life of Correspondent in the True Briton' Even- Oliver Cromwell, published in the year ing Paper recommends their making parti- 1741; it is one volume thick octavo, with a cular enquiry as to the due appointment of likeness of the Protector on a pedestal, with Guardians of the persons who give consent his arms, drawn by S. Cooper, engraved to the Marriage of the Minors. Mr. Stock- by G. Vertue, 1724. The work is pubdale Hardy, in his · Letter to a Country Sur- lished by J. Brotherton, at the Bible, next rogate,' repeats this caution, and recom- Tom's Coffee House, and T. Cox, at the mends, in all cases where it can be obtained, Lamb, under the Royal Exchange, both in the production of the Deed, or other In- Cornhill. strument of Guardianship, at the time of SECTOR wishes to ascertain whether any granting the Licence.”

biographical or genealogical information is J. W. hopes the doubts of Eu. Hood extant relative to Mr. James Puckle, the will be completely dispelled, when he in- author of several ingenious Essays, under forms him that the original Stone, in me- the name of “The Club?" (See LXXXIX. mory of Joe Miller, yet remains close to

i. 48.) the one set up by Mr. Jarvis Buck. It is VICARIUS asks what Collects should be & common headstone, and has always stood read on the following days at the Evening there within the memory of the oldest in

Service : viz. Dec. 233,24th, 30th, and habitants of the parish. He further begs 31st. Jan. 5th, and 24th. And also on leave to state, that headstones never have Easter Eve. And on what days, in the Embeen admitted into the lower church-yard ber weeks, is the Prayer for those that are in the Strand : the stones lways forming to be admitted into Holy Orders. part of the pavement.

Mr. J. Jones inquires if the machine, Wm. Allen says, “I am informed that invented by Mr. Godin, of Paris (vol. XC. some Letters on the subject of the Chris- ii. 553), is capable of being employed on a tian Religion, noticed in the Gentleman's scale of considerable magnitude, such as Magazine, have been attributed to me, but raising water to an elevation of 18 feet, in so far from having been the author of them, quantities equal to 7 or 8 hundred gallons I have never read them."

m. observes, “I find in Gent. Mag. A Correspondent asks, “What can be vol. LXXII. p. 1020, some excellent re- the origin of the name of Blacow ? does it marks on the removal of Hatchments from not seem in some measure adapted for proChurches under repair. May I be permitted claiming aloud the character of some noto suggest, that when they are so discolour- torious person ?" ed by time as not to coincide with the freshness of the supposed beautifying of the interior of the Church, they may be judici- Macdonald's Dissertation on the North West

Erratum. (Vol. XC. ii. 485.) In Colonel ously arranged and affixed in the Belfry, or other convenient place, that the historian Magnetic Pole, for the year 2040, read 2140. or heraldic amateur (always endeavouring to discriminate between the genuine and un- • Seo vol. LXXVII. p. 1119.

per minute

« AnteriorContinuar »