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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. 1899 Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser, 1822
Jan. 25 29.74
Bar. Ther. Wind Obser.
Bar. Ther., Wind Obser.
429.54 36 SW Fair
21 30 28
PRICE of SHARES in CANALS, DOCKs, Bridges, RoadS, WATER-WORKS, Fire and
Shares Present, Dir.
Grand Union ....
16 London Bridge
9 10 Eagle
Ditto Lock Fund
Stafordsh. & Worcestershire] 140
Thames and Severn, New..
Trent and Mersey, or Grand
Warwick and Birmingham
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 100l. stock 5
Gas Light and Coke (Chart.
City Gas Light Company 100
....... 30 gs.
British Copper Company 100
Reduction National Debt and Government Life Annuity Office, Bank-street, Cornhill.
COURSE of the EXCHANGE, from Jen. 22, to Feb. 22, 1822, both inclusive.
New Dollars..................ol. 48. 9fd. a Of. Os. O·l.
The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices.
JAMES WETENHALL, SWORN BROKER.
Printed by Joyce Gold, 103, Shoe Lane, London,
DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS FROM JANUARY 25, TO FEBRUARY 23, 1822, BOTH INCLUSIVE.
Dank 3perCt3perC134pCt. 4perCt 5perCt. Long Irish Imp. Stock. Reduc Consol Consol Consol Navy. Anns. SperC3
Jan. 25 237
76 587 963 1077
76 76 5874 964
India So.Sea OldSo. NwSo. 14 per cent. 2 per Day Stock. Stock Sea An Sea An, Ind. Bon. Ex. Bills. for Acct. 841 2
81 pr. 4s
763 51873 2963
78s 80pr. 4s
: Feb. 12381 976
187종 중 90%
981 77 1063
88 498 741064 51913 20
98 99 1054
10p. 77 78
982 4101 320
7월 796 376중 190급 를 61011 3월 201
249 783 978 97 897 8103 420
198 41034 41203
61 pr. is
249 787 978 $90
All EXCHEQUER BILLS dated in the month of April, 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.
With a Portrait of the late Rev. VICESIMUS KNOx, D.D.
(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.
THE present number of this Work being the first published under the new Proprietorship, it is incumbent upon us to state, that every connexion between the family of the late Mr. ASPERNE and the EUROPEAN MAGAZINE is now finally 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 ASPERNE, a considerable portion of them have never come into our hands at all; and we have thus been equally deprived of the honour of acknowledging our Correspondents' polite attentions, and of availing ourselves of their kind assistance. Any apparent neglect, therefore, under such circumstances,-of which we entreat our friends to believe us 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, Cornhill, to which, we confidently trust, no similar mishap 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 profaning the name of Enort, by introducing it into our Conversazioné, is most respectfully informed, that the appellation of the God of Poetry is never spelled Appollo, and that his lordship of Byron's daughter's name is Ada. We have just learned that several letters in this Gentleman's writing have been again returned to the Post Office, because sent unpaid: 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 EDITOR, 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 many 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 Philanthropos 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 firelocks to enable us 66 to teach the young idea how to shoot.”—If his 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 if 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 justice to the entreaty we have received in behalf 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. Hss'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 commodious premises. It is in behalf 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 impeachment of the best feelings of our country's philanthropy, for a moment to fear that our appeal will be in vain.