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establishment of the Garden. This hope The personal property of Sir Joseph he declares is still warmly cherished, and Banks was sworn under 40,0001. receives ample support from the well. known and often-experienced love of science which makes a part of the charac. P. 276. The will of the late Sir Home ter of our beloved King; but in case of Popham was proved in the Prerogative its being deemed inexpedieut by his Ma. Court, in Doctors' Commons, Sept. 23. It is jesty's advisers to make this small addi- dated on the 18th of July 1809, when he tion to the establishment, he charges the was Captain of the Venerable, and about annuity of 3001. to Mr. Bauer, on his to proceed on a particular service," of which Lincolnshire estates. He requests his re- he states himself to have formed the plan lation, Sir Edward Knatchbull, bart. to and arrangements. The whole property, examine his papers and things at his real and personal, is left to Lady Popham house in Soho.square, and destroy those for life, and at her death, to their children he may think proper. The papers re

equally. The executors, who were also specting the Royal Society to be sent to trustees for this purpofe, having renounced the Royal Society; those respecting the their right, the grant of administration Mint or coinage, to the Mint ; his foreign with the will annexed, was consequently correspondence to be sent to the British made to her Ladyship. The personal proMuseum.

perty is sworn under 18,0001.

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CAXAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, in Oct. 1820 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge street, London.Trent and Mersey or Grand Truok Canal, 19201. Div. 751. per Ano. Coventry, 9991. Div. 441. per Ann. Grand Junction, 2061. Div. 91. per Anp. - Gloucester and Berkeley Optional Loan Notes, 601. bearing 5 per Cent. Interest, 81. Discount. Regent's, 281.

- Worcester and Birmingham, 221. 10s. - Portsmom and Arundel, 107. Discount. - Kennet and Aron, 181. 5s. Div. 18s. Huddersfield, 13. - Ashby-dela-Zouch, 111. 10s. West Judia Dock, 1661. Div. 101. per Cent. - London Dock, 861. 10s. ex Div. 21. Half-year. -Globe Assurance, 1161. 10s. Div. 61. - Rock Assurance, il, 16s. - Birmiogham Fire Office, 3031. Hope Ditto, 31. 5s. - Provideot Institution, 171. for 101. paid. ---Grand Junction Water Works, 421. Westroinster Gas Light Company, 581. 10s. ex Half-year Div. 21.--New Ditto, 71. 5s. Premium. City of London Ditto Original, 221. Premium. - New Ditto, 101. ditto. Russel Institution, 131. ls. 6d. - Surrey Ditto, 81. 8s. - London Institution, 39 Guideas.

- English Opera, Strand, Rent Cbarges, 121, 10s. per Ann. 1521. 10$. with a Free Admnission transferable.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLB for Oct. 1820. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheil's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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5 and 10 73 60 and 70 91 1778

1409 Females 852 Females 690

10 and 20 56 70 and 80 Whereof have died under 2 years old 397

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57 0139 923 10 20 0 Northampt. 66 11 00 026 2/25 6 43 8 4 Lincoln 56 3/34 10/29 2 18 9 Rutland 64 6 +0 0 31 0 24 043 0 York Leicester 62 1100 0 31 3/24 2 48 6 5 Durham

62 6144 0 30 523 7 Nottingham 64 8 37 031 4/23 8 45 0 Northum.

Derby 66 900 035 824 8 49 0 6 Cumberl. 65 9 48 10 34 523 7
Stafford 61. 500 034 6/21 1145 11 Westmor.
Salop 51 443 2 31 323 9/46 2 7 Lancaster

54 939 2 32 11 22 3
Hereford 56 0142 0 26 10/24 10 41 4 Chester
Worcester 57 1100 0/32 1/26 547 0 8 Flint
Warwick 59 400 0 32 10/25 8 46 Denbigh
Wilts 50 200 0 24 425 046 2 Anglesea

55 439 2 32 2 20 5 Berks 60 552 0 26 1/25 337 2 Carnarvon Oxford 57 11100 0 22 11 22 6 40 9 Merioneth Bucks 63 500 0/24 0126 8 37 3 9 Cardigan Brecon 57 1000 0126 9/22 800 0 Pembroke Montgomery 52 900 0/28 925 300 0 Carmarth.

56 339 2 29 616 4 Radnor 56 900 0/34 4126 000 0

Glainorgan Essex 55 333 10 33 6/27 8 21 10 10 Gloucester Kent

62 (139 930 792 534 0 Somerset . 57 639 2 26 1022 4 Sussex 56 4100 0129 0124 633 6 Monm.

11 Devon Aggregate Average which goveros Importa- Cornwall

62 10/39 2/28 021 11 tion 58 6138 2128 1021 3140 2 | 12 Dorset

Hants 58 8/392/25 0219

PRICE OP FLOUR, per Sack, October 23, 553. to 60s.
VATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, October 14, 00s. Od.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, October 18, 35s. 7d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, October 23. Kent Bags........... 31, 5s. to 41. 4s. Kent Pockets

31. 10s. to 51. Os. Sussex Ditto ............ 21. 16s. to 31. 5s. Sussex Ditto ...........

21. 18s. to 31. 10s. Essex Ditto........... 31. Os. to 31. 10s. Essex Dito .............

31. Os. to 41. 4s. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, October 27: St. James's, Hay 41. Os. Straw 1 l. 9s. 3d. Clover Ul. Os. - Whitechapel, Hay 41. 2s. Od. Straw ll. 12s. Od. Clover 51. Os.--. Smithfield, Hay 31. 16s. 3d. Straw 11. 11s. Clover 51.15s 6d.

SMITHFIELD, October 21. To sink the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. Beef............ ............3s. 8d, to 4s. 8d. | Lamb......... .....45. Od. to 5s. Od. Mutton.........

.3s. 8d. to 45, 8d. Head of Cattle at Market October 27 : Veal. ..4s. 4d. to 5s. 41. Beasts

620 Calves 180. Pork.......................45. Od. to 5s. 80. Sheep and Lambs 5,600 Pigs 200. COALS, October 27: Newcastle 32s. Od. to 42s. 9d. -Sunderland, 36s. Od. to 43s. 3d.

TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. Town Tallow 57s. 6d. Yellow Russia 54s. SOAP, Yellow 86s. Moltled 98s. Curd 102s.-CANDLES, 11s. Od. per Doz. Moulds 12s. 6d.

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

Sir HARCOURT Lees bas our thanks; but would be extinct, and the Irish Peerage his spirited Communication is now too late. before enjoyed, would go to the collateral

W.'s Drawings are safe; and shall be line, and consequently there would then used soon.

be 101 Peers of Ireland (enjoying Irish Mr. Duff's Essay is learned and inge. Peerages only), instead of 100, as limited nious; but unluckily for his hypothesis, by the Act of Union. The intention of bis East Jodian Coin was issued, not in the Act clearly was, that there should be 1441, but in 1741. It is engraved by 100 Peers kept up, over and above the Snelling, who calls it a Tutonague Piece. number who enjoy hereditary seats as

W. S. and R. U. who have written in Peers of the united kingdom, and consepp. 386. 537. of Part I. concerning the quently not eligible as representatives." Selby Estate, request the address of J. A. M. Y. remarks, “ In Mr. Nichols's exwho sent the cominunication on the same cellent work, the Illustrations of Literary subject, p. 538.

History, vol. III. there is a Letter of Judge ECCLESIÆ Amicus laments the want of Hardinge, in which mention is made of an an appropriate and durable memorial, to attack on Soame Jenyns by Bp. Watson, point out, as heretofore, the sacred spot, which was published anonymously,-can at Balliol College, Oxford, where Cran- you tell me the title and date of the mer, Ridley, and Latimer, ascended from Pamphlet? or even what work of Jenyns's the flames, to join “ the noble army of it was directed against? I have read much Martyrs.”

about the poetical attempts of George Mr. Winter says, “In contradiction Sreevens, but I have never seen any of his to, I believe, a generally-received opinion, poetical effusions, except bis Lines on that there is not, nor ever was, a whole- Eleanor Rumorin, which are very clever. length portrait of Vandyck, I beg leave I wish some intelligent person would favour to state, that I have one now in my pos. the Public by collecting them.” session, painted upon copper, cabinet

P. observes,

In p. 302, the Yorkshire size. It is executed by himself, aud seems

Tourist mentions, that in Ackworth to have been done upon the occasion of

Church is a tablet to the memory of his attaining his one and twentieth year.

Frances, wife of Dr. Bradley, and daughHis name is upon the picture, and the ter of John Saville, Earl of Pomfret.' The date 1620 ; and as he was born in the

tablet itself calls her the daughter of year 1599, leaves 21 the difference; which, 'Jobộ Lord Savile, Baron of Pontefract,' I presume to be his age, particularly as which is correct. -The tomb of the Low. the figures 21 are placed under the right thers, mentioned by him, was erected to arm in the picture. He is represented the memory of several of that family, as having laid down his hat and gown or who were possessors of Ackworth Park." cloak upon a table, and is in the act of -P. is desirous of being informed, what undress ing his sword. His attitude is ele. authority can be referred to, whereby the gant; the hair very full on each side, circumstance of Castle-Syke-Hill (near falling almost to his shoulders.”

Ackworth), having been the site of CASSANNE inquires, " whether the ex- Castle belonging to the Dukes of Lancastinct dignity of Earl of Dublin, enjoyed ter, may be ascertained.” by the late Duke of Kent, as a Peer of

A. C. R. would be greatly obliged by Ireland, is to be considered as making some account of the Rev. Capel Berrow, one vacancy towards the three extinctions Rector of Rossington, Nottinghamshire, necessary, previous to a new creation of who was also Lecturer of St. Bennet and an. Irish Peerage, or whether Royal Peer- St. Peter's, Paul's Wharf, London, and ages were excepted?” He then remarks, Chaplain to the Hon. Society of Judges “ The following part of the Act of Union and Serjeants in Serjeants' Inu. His death relating to Peerages of Ireland, appears

is inentioned in vol. LII. p. 503-Oct. 5, liable to difficulties, viz. the part where 1782, but his age is not stated, which is provision is made for keeping up the num.

one point the writer of this is desirous of ber of Peers to 100. It is stipulated that as ascertaining; and the place of his birth is often as one of these 100 Peerages should another. He published two Sermons in become extinct, or as often as any of the 1746, one of them preached at St. Ben100 Peers should, by creation or descent, net's, Paul's Wharf. In 1766, he pub. become entitled to an English Peerage,

lished in 8vo, a work, entitled “ A Lapse power should then be in the Throne to of Human Souls,” &c. and in 1772, create a new Peer. But is there not here “ Theological Dissertations,” including an obvious difficulty ? Supposing one of the Lapse of Human Souls, 1 vol. 410, by the 100 Irish Peers to be created an Eng.subscription." lish Peer, a new Irish Peer would then be Erratum.-P. 307. The last line of col. created; and supposing the former to die 1, should have come in between the 15th without male issue, the English Peerage and 16th line from the bottom.

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