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PRICES of Suares in NAVIGABLE CANALS, Docks, BRIDGES, ROAD, WATER WORKS,

Institutions, and FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, at the Ofice of WOLFE and Eononds, No. 9, Change-alley, Cornhill, 21st Seplember, 1816.

Div.
Per

Dir. Per per Ann. Share

per Ann. Share. (. &.

$. Croydon Canal...

Vauxhall

65 Ellesmere and Chester ***

74 Archway and Kentish Town....... Grand Jonction 105 Great Dover Street ....

11. 158. 29 Grand Surrey....

50
High gate Archway....................

9 Grand Union.. 90 East London...

21. 57 Granthamn.

61. 110
Grand Junction ...

23 10 Haddersfield..

9 10 Kent...

21. 31 Kennet and Avon

Manchester and Salford ............

25 Lancaster

11.
18 10 Portsmouth and Farlington

13 Leeds and Liverpool sl. 230

31. 35 Monmouthshire.. 8l, 120 West Middlesex

29 Neath.................................... 10l. 200 Albion Fire and Life Insurance Oxford sil. 440 Atlas,

2 Shropshire 61. 10X0 Eagle

3s. Swansea 101. 145 Globe

61. 10s.:05 Thames and Medway 10 Hope

23. 2 4 Treat and Mersey

601.
1850 Imperial.

31. 48 Wey and Arun 94 Rock

2 Worcester and Birmingham ...

95
London Institution ....................

96 Commercial Dock ............

5l.

90 Russell East India 71. 1361 Surrey

9 10 East Country 45 Auction Mart....

11.

16 London..

3!.
Commercial Sale Rooins

21. 28 lo West India

10l. 144 London Flour konthwark Bridge 45 English Copper

88, 6 5 Waterloo

15 Gas Light and Coke, 451. paid.. Ditto Annoitics of el.............. #l. 54 Great Hewas, 151. paid Dirto Annuities of 71. ...........

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Rates of Government Life Annuities, payable at the Bank of England.

3 per cent. Stock being now 61 and under 69.
A single life of 39 receives for 1001. stock 4 3 O average-rate 1001. money 7 11
40
4 18 0....

719
45
5 4 0...

8 9
50
5 130....

93
55
6 3 0..........

10 00
#O
617 0..............

11 9 9
65
7 16 0....

12 13
70
9 6 0...

15 9 5
75 and upwards .........ll It O...

19 06 All the intermediate ages will receive in proportion. N.B. The annexed is a short scale of some of the rates, upon which Government are now granting Life Annuities: they are payable half yearly at the Bank of England, the same as the dividends, and may he receired by power of attorney. The life-Annuity Art taring been amended, they may henceforward be: purchased when the 31. per cent. Consols or keduced Annuities are at or above 50.

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COURSE of the EXCHANGE, from August 27, to Sept. 24, 1816, both inclusive. Amsterdam, B. 20... ........ in-6 40--10

Bilbna, effective .............
Ditto at sight

40-0 a 40-
Sesille

.33
Arnsterdam, c. f.
...19-7 a 19 Gibraltar

.31 Ditto at sight.....

......19-12--6
Ligliorn...

161 a 464 Rotterdain, c. f.9 U

......1948 a 18---10
Genoa ...

+31.433
Antrerp, ex money
19-8 a 12-10 Venice Italian Liv...

.87 Hamburgh, 20..

36-9a96-11
Malia

.47 a 16
Altona, 20.
36—10 a $70 Naples

..382 Paris, 3 day's sight

.25-80
T'alermo per oz.

...114d. Ditto, e Usance...

.2640
Lisbon.

.554 a 55 Bourdeaux, ditto....

200
Oporto

a 55 Frankfort on the Main, ex money....151 a 152

kio Janeiro

584 2 594 Madrid, effective.....

....4! a 3+
Dublin...

194 & 19. Cadiz, effective.........

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Agio on the Bank of Holland, 2 per cent.

PRICES of BULLION, at per Ounce. Purtugal Gold, in coin ......91, 198. Od. a 61. Os. Oil. New Dollars...

.01. 46. 101 a ol. Os.od. fiold in Bars....

..sl. 193. od.a ol. Os, Od. Silver in Bars, Standard.... 01. Os. On, a Os. Od. New Doutloons

.31. 148. 6d. a ol. os. od. New Louis, each

The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices. 25th September, 1816.

JAMES WETENIIALL, SHORN BRIXBR.

Frated by Joyce Gold, Save-lane, London,

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DAILY PRICE OF STOCKS FROM AUGUST 26, TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1816, BOTH INCLUSIVE.
1816 Bank 13perCt3perc uperCtyperCt Long Irish Imp. Imp. India So.sea vidso. Nu 50. 5perCent) 3&peri 34 perDy Consols St. Lol.
Day.. Stock. Reduc Consol Consol Navy. Anns. 5perCt SperCil anos. Stock. Stock. Sea An Sea An Iod. Bon. Ex, Bill. lix. Bills. for Ac Tick.
Aug 26 215, 215 62 62 18184 8 92 9166

66

6s 7spr. 35 4s pr. 1. 6s pr. 62 13 23 19 27 2151 915 523 2° 62 761 8 921013

1804

614 2 619 6s 7-pr. 2s 4s pr. 3s 6: pr. 62 {
282153 627 13613 78 73 924
29216 215/62 161* $78} 731928 tot
30,216 625 1614 1 773 912
312164 216521g, 614 1775 8927 016

93
180 1793)

6s 7spr./2s 3s pr. 3s 5s pr. 624 8
Sept. 2 holiday
3216, 216162} 2 61 781 8 923

180 17961

623 614 7s 8«pr.2s 33 pr. 34 T5 pr. 62} 52° 1613 781 8 927

603
180 181

67spr. 3s 4s pr. 33 ?s pr. 624 2
52 1,6i5 77}

180 181

23 33 pr. 28 7s pr. 62 13
6
61 782

601

1801181 66$ 5g of 613 6s 7spr. 2s 3s pr.33 6. pr. 625 13
7

7s Espr.1.35 4s pr. 3s 6, pr629
9

Biz
931 3

is Espr./1s 3s pr. 4s 6s pr. 623 10 623 2

25 182 66

7s 8spr. 3$ 4s pr. 3s 58 pr. 625

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All EXCUEQUER Bills diled prior to Oct. 1915 have been advertised to be paid off, and the interest thereov las ceased.
N. D. The above Talle contains the highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c, originally published by Jolis Castaigo, in
the year 1718, and now published, every Tuesday and bridav, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by

JAMES WETENHALL, Stock-Broker, No. 7, Capel-court, Bartholomew-lape, Londog.
On applicatiop to whom, the original documents for near n century post may be refered in.

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FOR OCTOBER, 1816. [Embellished with a Portrait of the late Mr. Thomas Clark, of Exeter 'Change.]

CONTENTS,
Page

Page Acknowledgments to Correspondents 290 Inscription on Mr. Windham's MonuMemoirs of the late Mr. Thos, Clark 291

ment, in Felbrigge Church Story of the Pedlas of Lambeth ...293 THE OBSERVER, NO, XIX.

.329 Query-Answered by the Editor......295 On a Religious Life

ib. Progress of the New Coinage ... ..296 Grammatical Remarks.

.330 Memoirs of a Recluse (Continued).... ib. The Repository. No. XXXH.. .8319 A Conversazione (Continued) ::: .300 Sir Richard Phillips's Golden Rules Resolutions on the Police of the Me

for Jurymed...

ib. tropolis ; with proposed Remedies ..302 The Westminster Penitentiary. .333 Address to the Ladies of England in Preserving Potatoes

.325 Bebalf of Climbing Boys ..........304" Royal Pedigree

.336 Extract from Fuller's Worthies, respect- Eligibility of the Lord Mayor to serve ing the Lord Mayors of London .... ib.. for two succeeding Years

ib. FRAGMENTA: Being Thoughts, Obser- MISCELLANLOUS INFORMATION,

No "vations, Reflections, and Criticisms, XXX, ......

ib. with Anecdotes and Characters, An.

LOYDON BEVIEW. cient and Modern.. Np. XIV...... 305 Phillips's Speech on a Trial for SeducTHE SOLITARY REFLECTOR, No. IV...308 tion.... Remarks on the Poetry of Goldsmith Preston's Further Observations on the (Concluded)....

ib, State of the Nation, &c....... .318 Nemoir on the Quantity of Lead neces- Observations on the Effect of the Masary in making 'Assays of $ilver of nufacturing System...

351 diferent Alloys ...311. MUSICAL Review

.355 On the Ambiguity of Modern Latin THEATRICAL JOCixac: Miss KepAuthors .....

...314 pell-Your's or Mine --The Broken Tre LITERARY GARDEN, No. XIX...315 Sword--Miss A. Mori--Mr. Bartley's Story of Frederick Parker and Lucy Address on Closing the Lyceum TheaCampbell

ib,
tré, &c......

.357 On the Use and Interest of Money, and POETRY

302 of Usary .319 Happiness: a-Fraginent...

ib. The Hive. No. XXII.

.321 Sonnet to the Nations of Europe ib. Nature and Art

, .ib. On seeing thie. Portrait of an allicted Literature, ib. Friend

.369 Frederick, King of Prussia ib. On the Death of a Child.

.36Ł Tall Regiment.

ih. A Michaelmas Notice to Quit ib. Necessity

322 To the Memory of Mr.Geo. Daniel.. ib. Alfred ib. To a Poétical Friend.

.365 Proverb Reversed

ib. Intelligence from the London Ga. On Fortone ib. zette

ib. Reflections

ib. Abstract of Foreign and Domestic InThe Golden Rule.. .323 telligence...

.368 Evils arising from following early At- Preferments-. Births

.371 tachments to particular Pursuits ....324 Marriages – Vionthly Obituary.. ..372 On Flogging in the Navy ib. Literary Intelligence..

.373 On the Freezing of Wine

List of New Publications

.375 Hint for an instructive Pastime

List of Bankrupts, Dividends, and CerAnswer to a Query....

tificates

ib. French Claim to the Discovery of the New Patents

..379 Cow Pock...... .326 London Markets..

.380, 381 RECIPES. No. X. ib. List of East India Shipping

...382 For Scald. Heads ib. Prices of Canal, &c. Shares

....383 Violeat Head-Ache

Rates of Government Life Annuities .. ib. Prevention of Consumption

.327 Course of Exchange-Prices of Bullion ih. Niget Mare

ib. Price of Stocks

London:
PRINTED FOR JAMES USPERVE,
AT TIIE BIBLE, CROWN, AXÁ CONSTITUTION,

NO. 32, CORSAILL.
AND MAY BE HAD OF ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED KIÑO DO 31.
Europ. Alag, Vol LXX. Oct, 1816.

...325

ib.

ib.

ib.

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All rejected communications are uniformly destroyed s we, therefore, cannot comply with the request of X, and several other correspondents, who are again respectfully informed, that, when contributions are neither inserted nor noticed, they may be assured, that we consider them as either wanting interest in their subject, or merit in their composition, to render them acceptable to our readers. So overwhelmed as we are with pieces of this sort, both in prose and rhyme, it would be an endless trouble to us, and often very painful to our feelings, were we, in all cases, to be obliged to state our reasons for suppressing them. Authors cannot doubt, that it is our interest, and, of course, our wish, to give insertion to such productions as we think will add to the credit of the Magazine, and the gratification of its readers. On the other hand, the rational partiality of writers to their own productions does not qualify them always to form correct judgments as to the reception they would be likely to meet with from the public : Ür. Jobuson’s Rambler, No. 56, we recommend for perusal as much to the purpose.

The “ Dream,” by Timot&Y Jones, of Brecon, is much too sleepy a composition for our columns.

Wild flow erets. - R. B. - and Navalis, in our next. T. P. and T. C. R. as soon as possible. T. W. Hodgson's Recipe is inadmissable. N. is received. STATE OF THE BRITISH NAVAL FORCE ON THE IST OF OCTOBER.

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Downs
Leith Station
Baltic
English Channel and Coast of France
Irislı Station -
Jersey, Guernsey, &c.
Spain, Portugal, and Gibraltar
Mediterranean and on Passage •
Coast of Africa .
N. America, Halifax, Newfoundland, &c.

88

7 ( Leeward Islands West Indies Jamaica, &c.

5

13 Brazil Station Cape of Good Hope

18 East Indies and on Passage.

96 TOTAL AT SEA

31
35

134 In Port and Fitting

05 Guard Ships Hospital, Receiving, and Prison Ships TOTAL IN COMMISSION

97 10 49

46 3

207 Ordinary and repairing for Service

125 10 103

76 0 Building

21
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35 GRAND TOTALS

173
co 153 124 7 123 5

613 VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER,&c. at Nine o'clock A.M.

By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to bis Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL. 1816 BaromTher.

Wind Obser. 1816Burom Ther. Wind Obser. Sep. 26 30.18 52 S Fair

Sept. 11/29.97 57 N Fair 27 30.20 | 56 N Ditto

12 30.11 | 56 E Ditto 28/ 30.05 57 SW Rain

13 30.0554 S Ditto 29 29.78 53 S Ditto

14 30.09 / 56 SW Ditto 301 29.70 54 S

Fair

15 30.14 53 SW Ditto Oct. 1 29.46 55 SW Rain

16 29.95 51 ESE Ditto 2 29.87 60 S Fair

17/ 29.75 59 N Rain 3 29.91 | 53 N Ditto

18 99.70 | 49

NE Fair 4 29.85 58 SW Rain

16 29.75 49 SW Ditto 5 29.84 60

S
Fair
20 29.53 45 NW

Ditto 629.33 61 SW Ditto

21| 29.59 42 NW

Ditto 29.78 60 E Rain

22 29.54 44 W Raia 8) 29.95 58 W

Fair

23 29.91 46 W Fair 9 30 00 58

24 29.75 45 S Ditto 10 30.00 | 59 NE Ditto

251 29.35 50 SSE Rain

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Ditto

'rinted by Joyce Gold, 103, Shoe lane, London.

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