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of Lincoln's Charge to the Clergy of bis a rigid adhereuce to truth and justice both Diocese in 1812 ;”, “Short Memoir of the in principle and practice, and exemplary late Rev. R. E. Garnham," 1814 ; “Short in a strict, but unostentatious performMemoir of the late William Hopkins, 'ance of all religious duties public and B.A. Vicar of Boloey, Sussex,” 1815. private. A zealous promoter of charitable Dr. Disney, also, in 1811, republished institutions, as well by the liberality of “The Life of Sir Michael Foster, by his contributions, as by his personal asMichael Dodson, esq. his nephew,” 8vo. sistance. Of his private charities little One of his latest literary occupations was more is known than that they were numea copious pedigree and account of his fa rous and extensive; he was a kind and inily, for the improved edition of Hut- indulgent master, a candid, conciliating, chins's “ History of Dorsetsbire." See benevolent, and hospitable neighbour, a vol. IV. pp. 389--398.

most affectionate brother, and a sincere The interesting united Libraries, ancient friend. The blessed effect of a life so Coins, and collection of Medals, Bronzes, spent was most happily and peculiarly and Terra Cottas, of the celebrated Tho- exemplified in iis terminaiion: in the mas Hollis, and T. Brand Hollis, in midst of health, apparently unbrokea, cluding the Theological and Political Li and with scarce any perceptible sympbrary of the late Dr. Disney, will be sold toins of the internal disease wbich soon by auction this spring, by Mr. So beby. *proved fatal, he received the unexpeeted

information of his immediate danger with Some particulars of the Life and Death of a calm composure, which nothing but a

GEORGE SAMUEL WEGG, Esg. constant state of preparation for the last The late George Samuel Wegg, esq. awful change could ever have inspired'; of Acton, in the couniy of Middlesex, and waited for his approaching dissolution was born in the parish of St. George, with a tranquillity and resignation truly Bloom-bury, in the year 1749, and died Christian :

i recollecting with bumility, but at Actou, on the 21st of January, 1817, with comfort, bis uniform endeavours to aged 67. After passing through the discharge his duty, and expressiug a conusual course of academical education, fident hope, that througb the merits of his at Christ's college, Cambridge, he was Redeemer he may be finally accepted called to the Bar, and became, and

at the throne of grace. After the short continued till his death, a bencher of interval of three days, exempt from paio the bon. society' of Gray's Inn. He both of body and mind, he resigned his was a truly loyal subject, and firmly breath without a pang or struggle, as if attached to the existing cpirstitutiou both he were sinking into the repose of sleep. in church and state : an honest and im- ' Thus terminated a life which every man partial magistrate, fair and upright in all should try to live, by a death wbich every his dealings, and uniformly scrupulous in man would wish to die.

AMICUS. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for February, 1817. By W. Cary, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit’s Thermometer. Barom. Weather

Barom Weather in. pts. Feb. 1817.

in. pls Feb. 1917. Jan.

Feb. 0 27 42 44 44 30,30 cloudy

11 45 29 34 42,90 Snow &show28 44 46 44

20 cloudy
12 40 43 38

ers in foren. 29 44 47 44

18 cloudy

13 38 45 39 ,56 showery 30 44 54 46

12 cloudy

14 39 48 42 ,52 fair 31 45 52 40 37 tair

15

52 40 ,42 fair F. 1 40 54 42

37 fair

16 42 48 40 ,70 fair 2 42 44 40) 37 cloudy

17 42 55 50 82 cloudy 3 40 42 40 , 16 cloudy

50 54 50 98 cloud 4 39 45 42 |29, 70 fair

19 40 481 46 30, 10 fair 5 39 45

80 air

20 45 49 50 29,50 cloudy 48 54 44 90 fair

21 35 46 35 44 52 47 30,07 fair

22

42 47 42 67 fair
51 45
12 fair
23 41 47 49

,85 cloudy
45 50 46
16 cloudy

24

42 49 15 82 cloudy 10 47 50 45 | 29, 94 cloudy

25 43

46

89 cloudy 26 43

70 fair

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from Jan. 28, 1817, to Feb. 25, 1817.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 123 | 50 and 60 141 Males - 912 Males 804

5 and 10 60 and 70 148

1545 Females Females

10 and 20 68 70 and 80 94 Whereof have died under 2 years old 434

20 and 30 95 80 and 90 53

30 and 40 147 90 and 100 12 Salt £ 1. per bushel; 4£d. per pound.

-40 and 50 159 100 and 105 0

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending Feb. 15.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat, Rye | Barls Oats ,Beaus

Wheat Rye Barty Oats Beans d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d., s. d. Middlesex 96 9166 246 330 548 o|Essex 83 361 0 41 2/28

9 58 S Surrey 100 456 0146 435 8 57 81 Kent 102 6 52 047 2 31 8150 Hertford 86 046 045 232 841 6||Sussex 101 800

047 028 6100 Bedford 90 4143 0 47 1 34 10 48 0 Suffolk , 105 700 0495128 9|30 9 Huntingdon 92 3100 0 54 8130 8 43 51Camb. 89 7100 0 29 021 11 40 Northamp. 105 6158 0.48 8.30 056 6 Norfolk 98 100 0 42 632 10 32 2 Rutland 85 6100 043 6/28 6 48 6 Lincoln 85 373 0 38 4125 562 Leicester 113 11:54 0154 829 0172 6) York 77. 554 11 45 927 1157 6 Nottingham 101 1069 055 0/35 470 01 Durham 93 11 00 0156 1136 100 0 Derby 106 8100

056

941 4 75 ol Northum. 71 052 0 49 11135 1100 0 Stafford 106 11100.0 52 8/38 672 11||Cumberl. 92 091 451 5136 1100 0 Salop 110 4/50 6 48 11 30 · 296 0 Westmor.104 11 80 044 9/39 500 0 Hereford 110 1162 552 927 545 4|| Lancaster 96 6100 0.00 0 38 200 ( Worcester 109 1100 045 8131 051 7||Chester 92 400 057 6 35 11000 Warwick 122 500 060 056 9 65 1 Flint 109 0 00 056 3/24 600 () Wilts 102 8ICO 051 6 31 10.71 0 Denbigh 92 700 0154 8 31 700 0 Berks 103 500 039 0127 449 4|Anglesea 00 000 0453 024 4.00 0 Oxford 108 600 036 31-9 0170 0l|Carnarv. 100 000 051 4/26 8.00 Bucks 96 400 042 4 34 9153 10| Merioneth 115 200 056 8/28 8100 Brecon 127 076 860 932

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0 Cardigan 108 4100 045 020 000 0 Montgom. 115 2176 1057 7/25

700

0 Pembroke 93 700 043 11 17 4100 ( Radnor 119 1100 0151 8129700. ||Carmart. 91 1100051 618 700 0

Glamorg: 102 500 0.52 8120 000 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucest. 116 6100 060 131 570

102 062 7749 8,299,56 10 Somerset 119 1000049 729 400 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma. Monm. 118 10100 061 1100 000

ritime Districts of England and Wales, byl Devon 118 300 053 1018 8100 which Importation is to be regulated in Cornwall 100 1000 051 023 1100 Great Britain.

Dorset 106 10100 050 1027 400 0 100

10164 0150 9,29 8158 oll Hants 102 4100 048 7129 9152 10

PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, Feb. 24, 100s. to 105s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, Feb. 15, 39s. 11d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, Feb. 19, 475. 1 d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, Feb. 24 : Kent Bags ............lll, Os. to 151. Sussex Pockets......... 121. 12s. to 161. 165, Sussex Ditto .........101. 10s. to 147. (s. tissex Ditto..............121. Os. to 161. Kent Pockets 121. 12s. to 181. 10. | Farnham Ditto.......... 01. Os. to 251.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, Feb. 2+ : St. Janies's, Hav 41,10s. Od. Straw 2. 2s. Od. Clover 41. i6s. Od. ---Whitechapel, Hay 51. 10:. Straw 21. 35. Id. -Clover 71. Os. Od. ---Smithtield, Hay 51. 55. Od. Straw 21. (s. 6d.

SMITHFIELD, Feb. 24. To sink the Offal—per Stone of 8lbs. Beef .3s. 6d. to 4s. 8d. | Lamb......

....Os.Cd. to Os. Odi. Mutton

.4s. Od. to 5s. Od. 1 Head of Cattle at Market Feh. 24 : Veal 5s. 0:1. to 6s. Od. Beasts

.2,220 Calves 151. Pork

.4s. Ord. to 5s. Od. Sheep and Lanıbs 14,780 Pigs 308. COALS, Feb. 24: Ne:rcastle 34s. Od. to 42s. 34. Sunderland 36s. Od. to 39s. Od. TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. St. James's 3s. 64. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 3s. 511. SOAP, Yellow, 865. Mottled 91s. Curu 985. CANDLES, 10);. Od. per Doz. Moulds 11s. 6d.

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EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN FEBRUARY, 1817.
Bank Med. 13 per Ct. 4perCt. 5 perCt B.Long Irista 5 Imp. Imp. , India So. Sea 3 perc India , E. Billsi E. Bills
Stock. 3 perc | Cons. Cons. Navy Amil. per Ci 3perCt Ann. Stock: Stock. Sth Sea Bonds. 3 d. 34 d. Eudors.
6+$ 637 44 811 96 17

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29 pr. 16 pr. 17 pr.
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31 pr. 18 pr.
82 964

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230
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175 197

18 237 66 64

174

198

33 pr. 17 p. 117 pr. 237 665 65

837 98] 175

198
645

33 pr. 16 p.
236 664

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84 98 174

32 pr. 16 pr. 17 pr.
Sunday
239 675654 63 85 99 177

1983

31 pr. |16 pr. 117 pr. 240 67 663 75

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674 31 pr. 16 pr. 17 pr. 13 pr. 67 8

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983 177 653 1931

667 30 pr. 116 pr. 17 pr.

28 238 665 65 6 13

84 98 198

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981

25 pr. 114 pi. pr.
15
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844 973 175

25 pr. 12 pr. |13 pr.
16 Sunday
237

66 57
17
84 975 174

714 26 pr. 114 pr. 114 pr.
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664 | 653 63 845 20 2375

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198
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66 28 pr. 15 pr. 15 pr. 10 pr.
2378 667 | 664
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22
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1981

29 pr. 12 pr. il pr.
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1991

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THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SAAres and other PROPERTY, int Feb. 1817 (to the 24th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London. Trent and Mersey Canal, 12501, ex div. SOL. half year. - Oxford, 4101.- Grand Junction, 1361. 1401. - Grand Surrey, 501.-Old Union, 701, 731.-Ellesmere, 601. Worcester and Birmingham, 191. - Kennet and Avon, 161. — West India Dock, 1601. ex div. 51. half-year. - London ditto, 571. ex div. ll. 10s. — Globe Insurance, 1051.Albion, 30/. ex div. -- British Plate Glass Company, 2701. — Liverpool Bootle Water Works, 621. - Grand Junction Ditto, 251. – Kent Diito, 341. - Commercial Sale Rooms, 241. 10s.

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1817.

LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Covent. 2 GENERAL EVENING

Cumb.2-Doncast. M.Post-M.Herald

Derb.-Dorchest. Morning Chronic.

Durham Essex Times-M. Adveri.

Exeter 2, Glouc. 2 P.Ledger & Oracle

Halifax-Ilants 2 Brit. Press—Day

Hereford, 'Hall 3 St. James's Chron.

Huntingd.-Kent 4 Sun-Even. Mail

Ipswich 1, Lancas. Star-Traveller

Leices.2-- Leeds 2 Pilot-Statesman

Lichaeld, Liver 6 Packet-Lond.Chr.

Maidst. Manch. 6 Albion--C. Chron.

Newc.3.-Notts. 2 Courier-Globe

Northampton Eng. Chron.--Ing.

Norfolk, Norwich Cour.d'Angleterre

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N.Wales Oxford 2 Cour. de Londres

Portsea-Pottery 150therWeekly P.

Preston-Plym. 2 17 Sunday Papers

Reading - Salisb. Hue & Cry Police

Salop-Sheffield2 Lit. Adv. monthly

Sherborne, Sussex Bath 3-Bristol 5

Shrewsbury Berwick Boston

Staff.—Stamf. 2 Birmingham 3

Taunton—Tyne Blackb. Brighton

Wakefi.-Warw. Bury St. Edmund's

Wolverh. Worc. 2 Camb.--Chath.

York3.IRELAND37 Carli.2--Chester 2 CONTAINING

SCOTLAND 24. Chelms. Cambria.

Jersey 2. Guern. 2 Meteorolog. Diaries for Feb. & March 194, 286 Review of New Publications.

Miscellaneous Torrespondence, &c. Cary's Translation of Dante Alighieri...... 233 An excellent Proverb.-Lockhart Papers. 195 Legh's Narrative of a Journey in Egypt... 234 Remaining Fragmenis ofold London Wall..196 Armata, a Fragment........

236 Tour through various parts of Flanders, &c.197 | Williams on Laws relating to the Clergy.. 238 Memoir of the Princess Jacoba of Hainault. ib. Rev. Philip Allwood's Warburton Lectures 239 Account of Barton Segrave, co. Northampt. 201 | Analysis of Madame de Staël on Germany 243 Epitaphs on the family of Bridges, &c......ib. Bryan's Dict. of Painters and Engravers.... ib. Miliary at Leicester-Private Christenings.203 The Life of William Hution, F.A. S. S. ... 247 InhumanConduct of people termed Wreckers.ib. 'Th-Crisis 249—Stephenson's Safety Lamp 250 Melancholy Case of Henry Pargeter Lewis. 203 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE..

.251 Remarks on the Modern Power of Musick.205 Index INDICATORIUS-Questions, answered.253 BIBLIOMANIA–Aristophanes, Pindar, &c.. 206 Select Poetry, for March 1817.....254-256 Barclay's Translation of "Ship of Fools."..207

Historical Thronicle. Antiquities in Dorsetsh. and at Evesham.,209 Proceedings in present Session of Parliament257 An antique Gem.-Medallion of Charles, I. ib. Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences., 264 COMPENDIUM of County History- Durham 210 Country News 268.--Domestic: Occurrences270 Speech of Rev. Dr. Whitaker at Blackburn.213 TheatricalRey.- Promotions; Prefermenis273 Aurora Borealis.--Barberry-tree.--Swallows 220 Births; and Marriages of eminent Persons 274 Adams's Narrative respecting Timbuctoo..,221 Memoir of Francis Horner, Esq. M. P......275 Progress of Archiiecture temp. George [...223 W. Hargrave, Esq.-Rev. W. Fonnereau..276 CATHEDRAL Schools-St. Asaph, Bangor.225 Rev. Wm. Woolston.-Rev. Dr. Hughes... 276 Rev. Wm. Hole, Archdeacon of Barnstaple 229 Mrs. Hester Milner, and her Relations......277 Remarks respecting sir George Prevost, &c. ib. Obituary,with Anecd.of remarkable Persons 278 Catalogue of the Public Library, Cambridge? 230 Bill of Mortality.–Prices of Markets, &c. 287 Wholesome Food prepared at a Cheap Rate 231 | Canal, &c. Shares.-Prices of the Stocks...288 Embellished with a view of the Church and Parsonage of Barton SEGRAve in Northampionshire; Sketches of some ANTIQUITIes in Dorsetshire;

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1817 Feb. Bar.

1 30.43
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3 30.19
4 29,83
5 29.78
6 29.93
7 30.11

8 30.17
S 9 30.18

10 30.08
11 29.61
12 29.45
13 29.79
14 29.48

15 29.43
S 1629,69

17 99.84
18 29.94
19 | 30.04
20 29.59
21 | 29.48

22 29.67
S 23 | 29.86

24 | 29.75
25 | 29.91
26 29.73
27 29.69
28 29.83

Ther. at 9 A. M.

Bar. Ther. / at 3 P. M.
392 Very fine......

30.43 48] Fine...
43] Gloomy; after 1 clear...............

30.33 452 Fine though cloudy.
41 Foggy, gloomy......

30.16 44 Do....
42 Very fine; at ten cloudy.

29.60 48

Showers with squalls of wind.. 44 Fine

29.80 45

Cloudy, with showers..... 497 Cloudy, gloony, and windy.

29.96 51 Fine, though cloudy.

30.13 51 48 Fine ; after 11 very fine.....

30.17 51 Very fine ; after 5 cloudy. 49 Cloudy and hazy, at 12 fine 30.23

Fine.......
49 Fine, with clouds..

29.98 51 Do........
48 Wet haze and rain ; at U fair..... 29.89 403

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29.57 48

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441

Fine, though a little haze..[cloudy. 29.76 50
51 Fine, though a little haze; aft, 12 29.84

Cloudy, lowering 52 Cloudy and lowering...

29.89 54 Do.; some few drops of rain., 50 Very tive; after 2 cloudy..

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481 Cloudy, lowering; some sm showers. 29.39 43 Rain, and blowing hard.....
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52 F. & C.; windy
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55 F. & C. 44 Fine; after 12 cloudy and windy.. / 29.82 43 F. & cloudy; windy. 51 F. & C. blowing hard

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30.31
30.12
29.52
29.32
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30.17
30.16
30.20
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29.82
29.61
29.77
29.46
29.81
29.95
29.87
29.89
29.40
29.47
29.86
29.63
29.95
29.78
29.85
29.84
29.75

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