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

By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL, 168 Bar. Thes. Wied. Obser. 1829 Bar. Ther, Wind Obser. Y1899 Bar. Ther., Wind Obser. Jan. 83 29.74 95 W Fair Feb. 4 29.54 96 SW Fair Feb. 14 30.00

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Atlas ........

Price af Su Arbs in Canals, Docks, Bridges, Roads, WATER-WORKS, FIRE and
Life INSURANCE COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, Mines, &c. Feb. 21st, 1822.

Shares Present
Div.

| Shares) Present Dir. Price received

Price received per Sha. per Ann.

per Sha. per Ann. Ramesley Canal

160
16+ *9 London

100 102 Chesterfield

100
130
8 West India

100 176

10 Coventry

100
1000
Southwark Bridge

100 15 Derby

100 135
6 Vauxhall

100 15 Erewash....

100
1000

58
Waterloo ....

100 5 Grand Junction

100
9 Commercial Road,

100 15 Grand Satrey

100 56

3 Ditto East India Branch 100 100 Grand Union ...

100
19

East Loudon Water-Works 100 95
Da. Loan

95
5 Grand Junction

50 54

10 Grantham

150
Kent.....

100 91 Huddersfield

100
13
Liverpool Bootle

280 75 Kutet aad Avon...

100
17 5
16 London Bridge

50

2 10 Leeds and Liverpool

100
$50

18
West Middlesex

50 Leicester

290
Albion Insurance

500

10 Loughborough 3400 170

50 4 151 Monmouthshire

100
160

10 Bath Nattrook

10

575
100 105
2 Birnsingham Fire

1000 S00

25 Oxford

100
670 92 County

100 40

10 Shrewsbury

125
170

9
10 Eagle

50 9 19 6 Shropshire

1 25 125
Globe

100

6 Sametset Coal...

So
107 10 7 Imperial

500

4 10 Ditto Lock Fund

74

London Fire Staffordsh. Worcestershire 140 700 40 London Ship

1 Stourbridge

145 210
Royal Exchange

10 Thames and Severn, New..

22 10
Union

200 40 Trent and Mersey, or Grand

Gas Light and Coke (Chart.
Trunk ....

200 1900 75
Comp )

50 Warwick and Birmingham 100

64 940

10

City Gas Light Company 100 105 Warwick and Naptou

100 910

London Institution Bristol Dock

146

Surrey Commercial Dock ........

5

....... So g.
100 79

3
Auction Mart ......

50 East ladia

100 162 ** 10
(British Copper Company

100
52

9 10 Rate of Government Life Annuities, payable at the Bank of England.

When 3 per cent. Stock is 78 and under 79.
single life of 35 receives for 1001. stock 5 5 o average-rate 100l. money 6 13 0
40
5 18 0.

7 28
6 00 ..

7 19 10
So
611 0.

8 6 10
55
7 5 0

9 4 8
60
20.

. 10 6 4
65
9 70

. 11 IRS
70

0 75 and upwards.....14 7 0

.. 18 5 7 All the intermediate ages will receive in proportion. Reduction Yational Debt and Government Life Annuity Ofice, Bank-street, Cornhill.

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COURSE of the EXCHANGE, from Jen. 22, tu Feb. 22, 1822, both inclusive.
Amsterdam, c. f.

........12-12 a 12-7
Barcelona

......351 Dino at sight..

Seville ..................12-9a 1-4

361 Rotterdam

.....12-13 a 12-9
Gibraltar

.304 Antwerp .........

..19-7 a 12

Leghorn............
Hamburgh.

. 37-6 a 974
Genoa

433 Altona.

....37-73 37-5
Venice Italian Liv........

.27-60 Paris, 5 day's sight

..........25-60 a 25-40
Malta

.. 45
Ditto...
............25-90 a 95-10
Naples

40 lourd caas..

....25-90 a 25-70
Palermo per oz. ...........

119d. a 118d. Frankfort on the Main, ex money... 156 a 155

l.isbon..

.491 a 50+ Petersborg, 3 Us, per rbie

Oporto Vienny, Ei. 9 m. fo... ...............10–18 a 10-14 Rio Janeiro

.*.................... 59 a 501

........S9 a 50 Trieste ditto .........

10-18 a 10-14 Madrid ..............................363

Dublin

........ 8 a 9 Cadiz

9 a 94 .............363

...........9 a »

Balna ............

......50

Cork ..............

Bilboa... ...

PRICES of BULLION, at per Ounce. Fortugal Gold, in coin ...ol. Os. Oda aol. 08. Od. New Dollars... .......01. 19. gfil, a 01. Os. Ol. Poreign Gold in Bars......31. 175. 101d. a ol. Os. Od. Silver in Bars, Standard... 18. 11. a dl. os. Od. Mee Doucioons .............ol. os. od. a ol. os. Od. New Louis, each ......., The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices.

JANÈS WETENILALL, SWORN BRUR PR, Pinted by Joyce Gold, 103, Shoe Lane, London,

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DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS FROM JANUARY 25, TO FEBRUARY 23, 1822, BOTH INCLUSIVE. 1822. bank 3 perut, per 3 pl. 4perct 5perc., Lung

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793 iipr. 9s 7212 478 78 775 á 106 19

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All LxChequer Buis dated in the month of April, and prior therein, have been advertised to be paid off. N. B. The above Table contains the highest und toreest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally published by John Castaign, in the year 1713, and now published, every Tuesday and friday, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by

JAMES WETENILALL, Stock-Broker, No. 15, Angel-court, Throginorton-street, Londovi. · On application to whom, the origioal documenis fur dear a century past may be referred 10,

EUROPEAN MAGAZINE, ,

MARCH, 1822.

With a Portrait of the late Rev. VICESIMUS Knox, D.D.

CONTENTS.

Page

..197

...214

Page
The Editor's Conversazioné..........194 New Publications

....268 Memoir of the late Rev. Vicesimus Literary Intelligence

.268 Knox, D.D......... Epistolary Trifles, by Arthur Merton

THEATRICAL JOURNAL. Templeton, Esq.

. 199 Critical Essays on the Genius of the Drury Lane.

English Poels. No. II. Milton .. 203 The Veteran; or, the Farmer's Sons 269 Malbam Taru................

The Man of the World....... ...270 Early Love.....

.215 Covent Garden. My Godmother's Legacy; or, the Art

New Management.... ....271 of Consoling. Section III. ........218 Oratorios

..271 Memoranda of a Tour round the South English Opera House. ern Coast of England

.223 Mr. Mathews at Home ....273 The Vampires of London

227 DOMESTIC TALES.

Parliamentary Register

....275 Gratitude

233

Civic Register
Death-Whispers

.241
London Gazettes

....278 Raymond the Romantic, and his Five Monthly Memoranda......... Wishes. No. II. The Balloon ....242

Births Essay on Pope's Art of Criticism Marriages [Continued] .249 Deaths

..280 MISCELLANEA.

Bankrupts,Dividends,andCertificates 281 The Wellington Trophies ........253 Scottish Sequestrations

..284 Lord Byron tersus Public Opinion 255 Dissolutions of Partnership

284 New Patents

285 London Markets......

..286 LONDON REVIEW.

Average Prices of Sugar
State of the Weather

287 Lyndsay's Dramas of the Ancient Prices of Canal, &c. Shares

.287 World ...

Rates of Government Life Annuities 28T MʻDermot's Critical Dissertation on Courses of Exchange..

287 the Nature and Principles of Taste 259 Prices of Bullion

.287 Milman's Martyr of Antioch ........264 | Prices of Stocks.....

.288

....278

....279 ....280 ...280

.. 286

..... 256

London :

PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETORS,

AND PUBLISHED BY LUPTON RELFE,

13, CORNHILL:

(Where Communications for the Editor are requested to be addressed, Post paid.)

AND SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.

Eur, Mag. Vol. 81. March 1822.

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THE present number of this work being the first pablished under the new Proprietorship, it is incumbent upon us to state, that every connexion betu,een the family of the late Mr. ASPERNE and the EUROPEAN MAGAZINE is now tinally and entirely closed. It is more peculiarly our duty to mention this, because many of our friends' communications continuing to be addressed to the name of AsFerne, a considerable portion of them have pever come into our hands at all; and we have thus been equally deprived of the honour of acknowledging our Correspondents' polite attentions, and ot'availing ourselves of their kind assistance. Any apparent neglect, therefore, under such circumstances,- of which we entreat our friends to believe os perfectly innocent,-will, we are assured, be most readily forgiven; and we have now to request that all future favours may be addressed personally to us, ALFRED BEAUCHAMP, at our new Office, No. 13, Corphill, to which, we contidently trust, no similar misirap will ever again occur.

D. F. has our renewed thanks for his renewed attentions ; though we apprehend that some little time must elapse before we bring his reinforcements into action.

Our rhyming friend in Cullum-street, who feels so sensitive about our protaning the name of Enort, by introducing it into our Conversazioné, is most respectfully inforined, that the appellation of the God of Poetry is never spelled Appollo, and that his lordship of Byron's daughter's name is Adu. We have just learned that several letters in this Gentleman's writing have been again returned to the Post Office, because sent uppaid: Is our worthy Correspondent incorrigible? or, can he not spare his Valet to deliver them personally?

The kind notice of Angelina would be a feather in the plume of any Enitor, and ALFRED BEAUCHAMP is to the service of the fair too deeply bound, not to feel honoured by her regard, and anxious to evince his sense of it, by an immediate compliance with her valuable suggestions.

We have perused with all the requisite care and attention Philander's three volumes of Rhymes, written, as he assures us, and as we most conscientiously believe, “ entirely out of his own head!and though we doubt not but that there may be inany brilliant passages, and novel ideas, and much deep reasoning and powerful poetry; yet, after most patiently reading through all the seventeen thousand, three hundred and thirty five lines, we regret that we have been so unfortunate as not to discover them. We shall, however, not fail transmitting our worthy Correspondent the earliest intelligence of our success, should we hereafter be lucky enough to meet with any thing worth notice.

The very disinterested benevolence of Philanthropns in so warmly recommending “Mr. Baker's Patent Guns with Spring Locks,” would be much more efficiently exerted by applying to our Publisher, who will readily inform him of the terms of Advertising on the Cover; as we admit no puffs direct in that portion of the work under our controul, except our own ; and we need not Mr. B.'s valuable firelochs to enable us to teach the young idea how to shoot.”-Ifhis guns will not go off without assistance, Philanthropos' letter is very much at his service for wadding.

We are sorry to say that B. cannot be in our next;-His--that is it B. be a Gentleman,--His verses are really worse and worse.

Mercator's Tracts on the Dry Rot will not suit our Miscellany : we have a very great antipathy to all dry subjects, and are by no means tractable.

We much regret having left ourselves so little space to do jnstice to the entreaty we have received in behalt of “ The LONDON ORPHAN ASYLUM;” but though our pleading will be brief, it will, we very anxiously hope, not fail to be successful. This valuable charity was founded under the immediate auspices of the late benevolent Duke of Kent, in the year 1813, and H. R. Ass's last donation was paid to it only three days preceding his lamented decease. The objects of the Institution are to provide an home, and food, and education for those Orphans, whose relatives have seen better days; but who are themselves too often bereft of all other refuge, and deprived of all other resource. Though the ASYLUM at present contains nearly 150 Children, 14 only could be admitted at the last Election, out of a list of 91 Candidates, from the inadequacy of the Society's funds to meet the numerous claims upon it's beneficence. A vast extra expense being also incurred from the Institution's present accommodations being merely temporary, a considerable advance has already been made towards a building fund, for new and more commocions premises. It is in belüli of this Charity, that we now appeal to the public liberality. It is in behalf of the most unprotected of human beings, the destitute and friendless Orphan, that we now entreat the public sympathy; and it would be an im; cachment of the best feelings of our country's philanthropy, for a moment to fear that our appeal will be in vain.

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