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From the 29th of April, to the 27th of May, 1822, both Inclusive.

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Ap. 29 to Ma, 6., May 6 to 13. May 13 to 20. |May 20 to 27. BREAD, per quartern

91

9)

9. Flour, Fine, per sack

45 050 045 050 45 050 045 050 0 Seconds

38 0 42 0 38 0 42 0 38 0 42 0 38 0 42 0 Scotch

36 0 40 0 36 0 40 0 36 0 40 0 36 0 40 0 Wheat, per quarter

48 0 50 0 48 057 0 48 0 56 0 48 056 0 Barley

14 0 16 0 14 0 16 0 14 0 16 0 14 0 16 0 Oats

12 0 14 0 12 0 14 0 12 0 14 0 13 0 16 0 Rye

21 0 23 0 20 0 23 0 20 0 23 0 20 0 23 0 Malt

38 0 42 0 38 0 45 0 38 0 42 0 36 0 40 0 Pollard

15 0 17 0 15 0 17 0 15 0 17 0 15 0 17 0 Bran

6 0 7 0 6 0 7 0 6 0 80 6 0 8 0 Mustard, Brown, per bushel 10 0 16 0 10 0 16 0 10 0 16 0 10 0 16 0 White

6 0 10 0 6 0 10 0 60 10 0 6 0 0 0 Tares

3 0 4 0 3 0 4 0 3 0 4 0 3 0 4 0 Turnips, Round

36 038 0 36 038 036 038 035 0 39 0 Hemp, per quarter

32 0 40 0 34 0 40 34 0 40 0 34 0 40 0 Clover, English, Red, per cwt. 26 0 63 0 26 0 63 0 26 0 63 0 26 0 63 0

White 30 0 60 0 30 0 60 0 30 0 60 0 30 0 60 0 Trefoil

5 0 28 0 5 0 26 5 0 28 0 5 0 20 0 Rape seed, per last

311,0 331. 0 311.0 331.0 311.0 331.0 321.0 352. O Linseed Cakes per 1000 - 7 100 7 10 0

800

8 0 0 Potatoes, Kidneys, per ton 60 0 80 0 50 0 80 0 50 0 80 0 50 0 80 0 Champions

30 0 80 0 40 0 850 40 085 040 085 0 Beef

1 10 2 10 1 8 2 10 1 8 2 8 1 6 2 10 Mutton Newgate and 18 2 6 16 2 1 8 2 8 1 6 2 6 Lamb Leadenhall, per 5 0 7 0 4 0 5 0 5 0 6 0 3 6 4 8 Veal stone of 8lbs. 3 0

3 0 4 8 3 4 5 4 3 0 48 Pork

2 1 4 2 2 0 4 2 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 Butter, Dublin, per ewt. 78 080 070 0 74 0174 0 80 0 70 0 74 0 Carlow

84 090 084 090 084 090 084 0 90 0
Dutch

110
88

88
Cambridge

44

44 44 046 044 0 46 0 Dorset

46

46

46 0 48 0 46 0 49 0 Cheese, Cheshire Old

60 0 66 0 60 0 66 0 60 66 0 60 0 66 0 -, Ditto, New

48 0 60 0 52 0 56 0 48 0 68 0 45 0 70 0 Gloucester, Double 50 060 050 060 050 0 60 0 500 600 Ditto, Single

44 0 48 054 050 049 050 0 48 0 50 0
Dutch

46
48
46 0

46 Bacon, Wiltshire, per stone 0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 Irish

46 050 0 480 50 0 400 500 46050 0 Lard

46 0 48 0 48 0 500 400 500 44 0 44 0 Tallow, per cwt.

2 50
2 4 0
2 4 0

2 4 0 Candles, Store, per dozen

96

90
9 0

9 0
Moulds

11
10 6
10 6

10 6
Soap, Yellow, per cwt.

3 12 0 3 12 0 3 14 0 3 14 0
Mottled

4 2 0
4 2 0
3 14 0

3 14 0
Curded -

4 60
4 60

3 18 0 3 18 0
Starch

4 2 0
4 2 0 4 2 0

4 2 0 Coals, Newcastle

28 6 410 23 6 41 0 286 40 0 29 6 39 6
-, Sunderland

30 0 41 030 041 030 041 0 30 0 40 0
Hops, in bags
56 095 0 56 0 95 0 56 0 95 056 0

950
in pockets

56 0 100 0 56 0 100 0 56 0 0 105 56 0 105 0 Hay

63 084 055 084 55 0 86 055 0 84 0 • Clover - St. James's 88 089 080 0900 65 0 88 065 089 0 Straw

27 0 39 0 28 0 36 027 0 40 0 27 0 37 6 Hay

60 084 0 60 0 84 0 60 0 80 0 60 0 80 0 Clover

Smithfield 80 0 95 0800 90 0 70 0 85 060 084 0 Straw

28 0 36 0 28 0 36 0 29 0 36 0 | 28 0 36 0 Hay

60 0 80 0 60 0 80 0 68 080 068 0 80 0 Clover Whitechapel 80 0 1000 800 100 0 80 0 100 0 81 0 98 0 Straw

29 0 37 01 28 0 38 0 28 0 36 0 28 0 36 o

88

Average Price of Muscovado Sugars. Exclusive of the Daties of Custom paid or payable thereon on the Importation thereof into Great Britain,

Computed from the Returns made in the Week ending

May 6, in 340. per cwt. | May 13, is 34s, per cwt. / May 20, is 346. 77d. per ewt. I May 27, is 328.

SEASON, 1821–2 2.

EAST INDIA SHIPS,
With their Managing Owners, Commanders, Principal Officers, Surgeons, Pursers, Time of coming afloat, Sailing, &c.

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1821 1821
4 Earl of Balcarras
Beng. & China 1307 Company's Ship Peter Cameron Timot. Smith Wm. Longcroft Alexander Bell Fred. G. Moore Henry Arnot

11 Dec

John D. Smith
1 Sir David Scott
Joseph Hare

4 Jan
William Hunter John A. Tween Pat. Lindesay John Manley John Moore Nathaniel Grant Joseph Hodson

11 Oct. 1 Dec. 30 Dec

Arthur Vincent Alexander Hay Jeron, Simoens Wm. Maltman 3 Thomas Coutts

3Mad. & China 1334. Marjoribanks Alex. Chrystie, Tho. Addison Filmer Phipps 1 William Fairlie 1300 Joseph Hare

Wm

Wm. Haylett Thomas Blair Geo. Dewdney Walter Lorimer Chris. Fearon
3 Dunira

1325 George Palmer Mont. Hamilton James Barber J. C. Whiteman ShirleyNewdidk Tho. John Dyer Andrew Kedslie Steph. H. Ayers
3 Duke of York } Bomb. & China 1327 S. Marjoribanks A. H. Campbell Wm. Pitman H. L. Thomas Tho. Shepherd Henry Burn

William Lang Wm. Dallas 9 Nov.s31 Dec 6 Jan
1 Berwickshire --
1300 S. Marjoribanks John Shepherd Saml. Holbrow Fred. Maden John D. Orr James Potter

Tho. Davidson Jos. Wm. Rose

Chas. Steward John Gisborne Henry Rivaz 1 Duchess of Atholl Bengal & China 1300 Wm. E. Ferrars Edw. M. Daniell Rob. Dudman

|13 Feb John Austin

1822

Edward King 2 St. Hel. Bomb. 1335 Matthew Isacke Thomas Sanders Geo. A, Bond 3 Orwell

Wm. E. Farrer Patric Burt |James Wilson Wm. Bremner W.M.de Charme } 24Nov 14 Jan 2. Jan
} . Hen. B. Bax
1 Macqueen

Alex. Read
Andrew Pitcairn Alex. Macrae J.S. Anderson

21
Wm. Pulham
3 Bastfenghamshire | Bomb. & China 1360 Company Ship FrederickAdams Tames Head

1822.
Ambrose Rivers Thomas Allchin Wm. Hayland J. W. Graham

13 Mar
Huntly

1200 J. H.A. Drummond Tho. Dunkin Searl. V. Wood Whitn. Freeman Geo. C. Kennedy John Campbell Henry Wright 13 7 Jan. 27 Feb
3 London
Madras & China 1332 Company's Ship J. B. Sotheby B. Broughton Philip Baylis Tho. B. Penfold Wm.K.Paekman Dun. Mackenzie Henry Barry

(29Mar|

} 23Jan. 14Mar

David Marshall Lionel R. Pearce Tho. J. Wright Fous, W. Hunter James Gardner 6 Asia -

Madras & Beng. 958 Henry Bonham T.F. Balderston Hen. Hosmer
3 Canning

31 Mar
Benc. and China 1326 Company's Ship Wm. Patterson R. Glasspoole Robert Lowis Alfred Brodhurst Geo. Creighton Robt. Simmons Wm. Rob. Smily - 14 Feb. 15 Mar.
6 Marquis of Huntly
1200 J. Mae Taggart J. S. H. Fraser John Shute

6 Mayl
Thomas Leach John Sprott
Wm. Marquis

Wm. M. Harper

John Simpson
5 Lady Melville

1200 Sir Rob.Wigram Richard Clifford Rob. Clifford H. M. Sterndale E, M. Boultbee Wm. Lewis John Eccles Wm. Clifford

China 3 Regent .. 916 James Haig R. W. Norfor J. Cruickshank Robert Pitcher Henry Stone

Mar. 27 Apr 28 Apr

Benjamin Bailey Robt. Martin Wm. Ainslie
8 Princess Amelia
1344 Robert Williams T, Williams

1 May
J. Kellaway Henry Ager

Charles Penny George Cox Barron Milne Tho. Hacket
6 Prince Regent
953 John Imnes

Wm. P. Jones Robert Scott Geo. Frampton Francis Burlin A. Harper, jun. 1-123 Mar. 10May
7 Astell
3Mad. & Beng. 871 S. Marjoribanks 1. w. Alaham Trist. Fenning Jaeks. Sparrow Henry Cole Chas. W. Wenn

- 4 April 17 do.
7 Warren Hastings

1064 John L. Minet George Mason Richard Aplin Fran. Cattley N. de St. Croix John H. Isaac Wm. B.Diamond Chas. Mathews
9 Winchelsea
1331 William Moffat Wm. Adamson IT. W. Moore James Dudman

H. Pulen Francis Parsons Robert Hacket 320 Apr 3 June
9 Dorsetshire
1268 Robert Williams Samuel Lyde G, K. Bathie Ham, B. Avarne/Geo.J. Curtis

Fred. Fowler Wm. Aula
Bengal
4 General Hewitt

894 Company's Ship James Pearson T. W. Barrow Rees Thomas John P. Griffith Boulter J, Bell Edward Turner Joseph Salter
6 Marchioness of Ely

} 22 Apr 8 June
952 Sir Rob. Wigram Brook Kay Hen. C. Smith C. E. Mangles Wm. P. Bignell Wm. F. Hopkins John M. Bennet Wm. Millett
4 Coldstream
733 John Dawson GeorgeStephens

||- 20 May 3 July
2 St. Helena
St. Helena 130 Company's Pekt. James Fairfax B. L. Harrison (J. Hamilton Wm. Potter

- I May 12May| 1st May, 1822.

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VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c, at Nine o'Clock A. M. By T. BLUNT,

Mathematical Instrument Maher to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL. 1622 Bar, Ther. Wind. Obser. (1822 Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser.||1822 Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser. Apl 26 29 78 46 S. W. Fair

May 729-70 60 N. E. Rain May18|29.96 65 N.E. Fair 27 29 72 44 S. W. Rain 8 29 91 53 N.E. Fair

19/30-07 71 NDitto 28 29-98 55 S, E. Fair 9 20-72 50 E. Ditto 20 30-09 68 E,

Ditto 29 30-17 60 B. Ditto 1029-26 51

Rain 21/30-20 67 N.E. Ditto 30 30 15 61 N.E. Ditto 1129-50 55 S. E.

22 30-18 59 N. E. Ditto May 130 22 62

E.

Ditto 12 29:43 46 N. Ditto 23 30-14 55 N. E. Ditto 2 30-01

60 NE, Ditto 13 29.51 49 N. E. Ditto 24|30-08 56 S. Ditto 329 84 61 S.E. Ditto 142972 55 N. E. Ditto 25 30-02 59 S.W. Ditto 4 29 54 61 S. B. Ditto 15 29 74 56 N.

Ditto 5 29-63 64 É. Rain 16 29-91 59 S.E. Ditto 6 29-50 62 N. B. Fair

17 29-33 61 N. Ditto PRICE OF SHARES IN CANALS, Docks, Beidoes, ROADS, WATER-WORKS, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE

COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, Mines, &c. May 25th, 1822.
Shares Present Div.

(Shares Present Div.
of
Price received

Price received

of per Sha. per Ann.

per Sha.per Ann.
£.
£. s.

£.
£. s.

£. $. Bardesley Canal ,

160
175
Bristol.,

146

14 Birmingham (quar. share) 39 600 24 Southwark Bridge

100 Chesterfield

100 120
8 Vauxhall

100

15 Coventry

100
1000
Waterloo

100

5 100 135 6 Commercial Road.

100 105 Erewash

100 1000 58 Ditto East India Branch.. 100 100 Grand Junction ...

100 240 9 East London Water-Works 100 101 Grand Surrey 100 53 3 Grand Junction...

50 55

2 10 Grand Union..

100 21
Kent.

100 31

1 10 Huddersfield.

100 13 10
Liverpool Bootle

220 75 Kennet and Avon..

100
18 10
London Bridge

50

2 lo Leeds and Liverpool 100 360 12 West Middlesex.

52

2 Leicester ... 290 14 Albion Insurapces

500 50

2 lo Loughborough 3400 170 Atlas

50 4 15 0 6 Monmouthshire

100
165 10
Bath

1575 40
Nottingham.
150 200 12 Birmingham Fire

1000 300 25
100
165
6 2' County

100 40

2 10 Oxford 670 32 Eagle..

50 2 12 6 Shrewsbury. 125 170 9 10 Globe

100 133

6 Skumpshire

125 125
7 Imperial.

500 93

4 10 Somerset Coal 50 107 10 7 London Fire

25 27

14 Staffordsh.&Worcetershire 140

40
London Ship

25 19 Stourbridge

145
210 9 Royal Exchange

254 lo Thames and Severn, New

Union

200
40

18 Trent & Mersey, or Grand

Gas Light and Coke (Chart
Trunk ...

200
75 Company

50 71

4 Warwick and Birmingham 100 220 10 City Gas Light Company. 100

113 Warwick and Napton....

100
210 9 London Literary Institu-

27 London Docks

100 106 4

tion West India

100 184
Surrey ditto

5 East India

8 Auction Mart

50 22

1 5 Commercial....... 100 80 3 British Copper Companyil 100 51

2 10 Rate of Government Life Annuities, payable at the Bank of England.

When 3 per cent Stock is 78 and undet 79.
single life of 35 receives for 1001. Stock 5' 5 o average-rate 1001: money 6 13 9
40.
5 12 0

7 2 8
45
60 0

7 12 10
6 11 0

8 6 10
55..
71 5 0

9 4 8
60
8 20

10 6 4
65
9 7 0

11 18 3
70
11! 6 0

14 7 11
75 and upwards
14: 70

19 5 7
All the intermediate ages will receive in proportion,
Reduclion National Debt and Government Life Annuity Office, Bank Street, Cornhill.

COURSE of EXCHANGE, from the 26th March to the 25th April, 1822. Amsterdam, c.f. 12- 6 127 Barcelona

36 Ditto at sight

12- 3-12-4 Serville Rotterdam 12- 7 128 Gibralter

48 Antwerp 122 -12-3 Leghorn

441 Haraburgh

37 3-37-4
Genoa ....

44
Altona
37-4-37-5 Venice Italian Liv.

21-60 Paris, three days sight

2525 -25-25
Malta ...

45
Ditto
2555 -2555 Naples

401 Bourdeaux 2555- -25_55 Palermo per oz.

.118 Frankfort on the Main.

154 154
Lisbon .............

51 Petersburg, 3 Us. per rble....... 9

Oporto

46 Vienna, Ef. 2 m. fio.

10-10 -10-10 Rio Janeiro. Trieste, ditto.... 10-10 Bahia

23

75 gs. 30 gs.

100

50

361

46

51 Madrid

37
37
Dublin.

93
Cadiz
361 361

9 Bilboa

364 361
PRICES of BULLION at per Ounce.
£. s. d. £.s, de

£. s. d. £. $. d. Portugal Gold, in coini. 0 0 0 0 0 0 New Dollars

0 4 94 0 0 0 Foreign Gold, 'in Bars

3 17 104-
-00 0 Sliver in Bats Standard).

....00 0-0 4 11 New Doubloons

3 15 0 -3 14 0

JAMES WETTENHALL, SWORN-BROKER.

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All ExCHEQUER BILLs dated in the month of June, 1821, and prior thereto, have been advertised to be paid off. N. B. The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally published by John Castaign, in the year 1718, and now published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by

JAMES WETENHALL, Stock-Broker, No. 15, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, London ; On application to whom, the original documents for near a century past may be referred to.

EUROPEAN MAGAZINE,

JUNE, 1822,

With a Portrait of J. T. BARBER BEAUMONT, Esq. F. A.S.

CONTENTS.

PAGE 490

PAGE

........

LONDON REVIEW. Illustrations, Historical and Critical,

of the Life of Lorenzo de Medici,

by W. Roscoe, [Concluded)...... 537 The Fortunes of Nigel, by the Author of Waverley, &c.

543 Literary Intelligence

550 New Publications..

551

Notice to Correspondents
Memoir of J.T.Barber Beaumont, Esq. 491
Anchor of Hope Farewell..

494 Essays on the Genius of the English

Poets. No.IV. Milton, (Concluded) 495 Apborisms, Opinions, &c.

502 Lines on the Anniversary of a be

loved Friend, by Mrs. Opie...... 504 My Godmother's Legacy; or, the Art of Consoling, (Concluded]

506 Song by Mrs. Opie

509 The Imperishable One .......

510 The Metamorphoses of Life, [Concluded]

515 The Vision of a Philosopher, Part II. 517 Ode from Horace

520 Domestic Tales-Gratitude, (Continued)

521 Hopeless Love

528 Essay on Pope's Art of Criticism, (Concluded]

529

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Parliamentary Register

559 Monthly Memoranda

562 New Patents.....

564 Bankrupts, Dividends, and Certificates

565 Dissolution of Partnerships..

569 Births, Marriages, and Deaths abroad 570 Metropolitan Occurrences

571 Births, Marriages, and Deaths in the Metropolis.....

572 Provincial Occurrences, Births, Marriages, and Deaths

574 London Markets

582 East India Shipping.

584 State of the Weather

585 Price of Canal Shares, Bullion, &c. . Price of Stocks...

586 Index

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London:

PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETORS.

PUBLISHED

BY LUPTON RELFE, 13, CORNHILL.

[TWO SHILLINGS.]

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