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By the Rev. J. Whitehouse, formerly of vergne, in the years 1820, 1821, and 1822, St John's College, Cambridge, and Rector with Remarks on the present State of Soof Orlingbury, Northamptonshire.

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mate, &c. of those Countries. By Robert Memorable Days in America ; being a Bakewell, Esq. In 2 vols. 8vo, illustrated Journal of a Tour to the United States, with Plates and numerous Wood Cuts, from principally undertaken to ascertain, by po- original Drawings and Sections. Price sitive evidence the Condition and probable L.i, 6s. boards. Prospects of British Emigrants ; including A Visit to Spain ; detailing the TransAccounts of Mr Birkbeck's Settlement in actions, which occurred during a Resithe Illinois ; and intended to shew men dence in that Country in the latter part of and things as they are in America. By W. 1822, and the First Four Months of 1823; Faux, an English Farmer, 14s.

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MONTHLY REGISTER.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLES, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the

Observatory, Calton-hill.

N.8.–The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after

noon.-The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

July.

.120 1.62 w.

Cble. with shrs.

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Ther.

Thor. Barom. Ther. Wind.

Morn.foggy. July 17
M.41 29.699 M.611

M.423|29.55CM.58

Fair, but July 1

NW.
E.
A. 56 .571 A. 65

A. 54
midday hot.

dull, cold.

.552 A. 59 M.16 .79. M.60

Foren. suns.

SM.43
.525 M.60

Fair, but 2 NE. 18

W.
A.53
.799 A.62
aftern. shrs.
VA. 56

dull.

.559 A. 62
M.42 .895 M.61

Frost morn.
M.44 .412 M.58

Dull, with 3 W. 19

NW.
A.57 .827) 1. 62

foren. sunsh.

A. 55
.232 A. 60

showers rain. 1.44 .732 M.60

Rain morn.
M.44

Rain most of

.376 1.63 4 Cble. 20

Cble.
1.53 .731 A. 60 S

day dull.
A. 60 .170 A, 62

day.
.546 M.63
M.46

Rain midday
M.51 .255 M.61

Foren. dull, 5 SW. 21

W.
A. 61 .201A, 63

fair even.

A.58
.255 A. 62

showers aft. M.49

Sunshine,
M.52 .350 M.62

Very change.

22 1.57 28.995 A. 60)

with shrs.

A. 58

.396 A.61 M.40 29.242 M.571 Dull, cold,

M.47 .204 M.59

Rain for the 7 NW. 23

E.
.1.52
.242 A. 57)
shrs. rain.

A. 55 28.999 1.54 ) day.
M.43 .363 M.60

Dull morn.

M.45 29,586 M.5 8

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Cble.
24{

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A. 56
.500 A. 60
and dull.
A. 53

sunsh. day.

.454 A, 57)
11.45 .633 M.64
Foren. suns.

Dull foren.

M.423 9

25{
Cble.
A. 58 .7101.65

lull aftern.

A.51 .350 1.575
M.43 .720 M.65
Foren. warm

Rain morn.
M. 163

.455 M.55
10
Cble.

Cble.
A.59 .580 4. 65

aftern. shry
1.55

and aftern.

.494 4. 56
M.50 .227 1.65

Dull, with
M.421 .658 M.59

Day, dull, f. 11

Cble.
27

Cblc.
A. 60 28.999 1. 63

showers.
A. 60 .540.A.58)

rain, night. M.50

t'oren. shrs.
M.41 .389 M.61

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28

SW.
1.57 29.101 A. 65 )

aftern. suns.
A.58 .389 4.60

and warm.
Rain morn.
M.502

VI.47
.394 M.61

Dull, with 13 |

SW.
A. 60 .156 1.62)

A. 57
sunsh, aft.

showers rain.

.385 4.60
M.461
.132 M.60

Foren. suns.
Dull, with

M.45)

.390 1.61
SW.

W.
A.56 .214 A.61
showers.

rain aftern. A.57

.485 1.59 M.45

Foren. warm .106 1.58

M.45 .544/2.62

Heavy rain
15
Cble.

Cble.
A. 56
.125.1.56
most of day.
A.57 .58 4.60

aft. th. & l. M.42 16 .186 M.51

Foren. rain,

SW.
14. 19 .400 A.53 aftern. fair.

Average of Rain, 3.115 inches.

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.205 1.60) h.rain night.

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.575 A.59

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A.55
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W.
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| A.54
.339 1.61
with showers

A. 54 .479 A. 59
.315 M.58) Morn. cold,

.491 M.57

Frost morn. .3501A. 59

NW.
showery day.

A.51
.551 A. 60

fair, sunsh. 8 .338 M.60

Mom. cold,
NW.

.616 M.60 Dull, but

Cble.
.402 A. 59
dull aftern.

A. 55
.644/A. 61

fair.
Rain morn.

M.18 .475 M.58

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Morn. rain, .731 A. 63) sunsh. day.

A.54

.613 A. 59 day foggy. Rain morn. S M. 159 10

M.18 .792 3.58

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W.
A.57

26
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A. 59 .831A.58S sunshine.
Rain most

M.471
793 M.60

Foren.sunsh.

Cble.
A. 64

27
.324 A, 62) of day.

A. 59 .765 A. 59

aftern. dull. .225 M.61

W.
Morni, h.rain
M.47 .789 M.63

Dull, but
A. 58
.644 A. 62
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28
A. 56 .704 A. 60

warm.
S M.48
13
.525 M.59
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EDINBURGH.Sept. 17.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.

Pease & Beans. Ist,.. 37s.6d. Ist,... 26s. 60: Ist....... 235. Od. Ist,......22s. 6d. 2d, ...31s. Od. 2d, ... 24s. 6d. 2d,...... 22s. Od. 2d, ......21s. 6d. 3d, ...26s. Od. 3d, ...21s. éd. 3d,....... 21s. 6d. 3d, ..... 20s. Od.

Average, £I, 11s. 8d. 10-12ths.

Tuesday, Sept. 16. Beef (17) oz. per lb.) Os. 3d. to Os. 6d. | Quartern Loaf Os. 9d. to Os. 10d. Mutton

Os. 3d. to Os. 60. New Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 8d. to Os. Od. Veal

Os. 6d. to Os. 9d. Fresh Butter, per lb. ls. 2d. to Os. od. Pork

Os. Od. to Os. Od. Salt ditto, per stone 16s. Od. to Os. Od. Lamb, per quarter • Os. 6d. to 2s. 6d. Ditto, per Ib.

ls. Od. to Os. Od. Tallow, per stone 7s. Od. to 8s. Od. Eggs, per dozen Os. 10d. to Os. Od.

HADDINGTON.-Sept. 12.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.
Pease.

Beans. 1st, ....35s. Od. 1st, ....30s. Od. Ist; ...23s. 68. | 1st, 24s. Od. 1st,'... 22s. Od. 2d, ....3ls. Od. 2d, Os. Od. | 2d,..... 20s. Od. | 2d, 22s. Od. 2d, 20s. Od. 3d, ....30s. Od. 3d, Os. Od. 3d, ....19s. 0d. 3d, 20s. Od. 3d, 18s. Od.

Average, £1 : 10s. 3d. Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Wcek

ended Sept. 6. Wheat, 58s. 60.--Barley, 33s. 100.-Oats, 26s. 4d.-Rye, 38s. 5d.-Beans, 375. 6d.—Pease, 35s. 10d. London, Corn Exchange, Sept. 8.

Liverpool, Sept. 9. d. d.

s. d. s. d. Wheat, red, old 40 to 54 Maple, new - to Wheat, per 70 lb. Amer. p. 196 lb. Fine ditto 42 to 16 White pease . 32 to 34 Eng. Old 7 9 to 8 9 Sweet, U.S. 30 0 to 32 0 Superfine ditto 48 to 52 Ditto, boilers . 36 to 39|| New - Oto 0 Do. in bond - 0 to Ditto, new 31 to 40 Small Beans, new 34 to 38 Foreign

4 6 to

5 0 Sour do. 30 0 to 53 0 White, old 48 to 60 Ditto, old 36 to 39||Waterford 5 9 to 6 6Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Fine ditto 48 to 52 Tick ditto, new 31 to 35||Limerick -0 to 0 English

26 0 to 29 0 Superfipe ditto 53 to 55 Ditto, old 33 to 36Drogheda 6 9 to 7 0 Scotch 22 0 to 25 Ditto, new. 36 to 46 Feed oats 18 to 23 Dublin 6 0 to 6

8 Irish ..

22 0 to 25 30 to 34 Fine ditto 22 to 24 Scotch 7 6 to 8 6 Bran, p.24lb. 1 0 to 1 1 Barley, new 29 to 32 Poland ditto. 21 to 25 Irish Old . 5 6 to 6 3 Fine ditto.

Butter, Beef, fc. 33 to 34 Fine ditto 25 to 26 Barley, per 60 lbs. Superfine ditto 35 to 36 Potato ditto 23 to 25 Eng. 4 1 to 5 6 Butter,p.cwt. s. d. s. d. 50 to 54 Finc ditto

26 to 27 Scotch 4 4 to 4 6 Belfast, new 81 0 to 82 0 Fine. 55 to 60 Scotch

29 to 50 Irish

4 4 to 4 6 Newry. 79 0 to 80 0 Hog Pease 34 to 36 Flour, per sack 50 to 55 Oats, per 15 lb. Waterford : 73 0 to 74 0 Maple 37 to 39 Ditto, seconds 44 to 50 Eng. new 3 0 to 5 2 Cork,pic.2d, 72 0 to 73 O

Irish do.. 2 11 to 3 0
Seeds, fc.

3d dry 65 0 to

- 0 Scotch do. 3 1 to 3 2 Beef, p. tierce. s. d.

s. d. Rye, per qr.36 0 to 38 0 Mess 82 0 to 88 0 Must. White, 8 to 10 0, Hempseed 40 to 44 0Malt per b. 8 4 to 9 0 - p. Darrel 55 0 to 60 0

Brown, new 8 to 14 oLinseed, crush. 36 to 45 01 - Middling 7 6 to 8 0 Pork, p. bl. - 0 to Tares, per bsh. 5 to 80-Fine

44 to 52 0Beans,per q.

Mess 60 0 to 62 0 Sanfoin,per qr. 28 to 56 0 Rye Grass, 16 to 32 o English .36 0 to 38 04 Middl. . 56 0 to 58 0 Turnips, bsh. 10 to 12 0 Ribgrass, 15 to 34 0 Irish

33 0 to 35 0 Bacon, p. cwt. - Red & green 10 to 14 o Clover, red cwt.58 to 80 o/Rapeseed, p.1

. £25 to 26 Short mids. 46 0 to 47 0 Yellow, 9 to 11 01- White

60 to 86 Pease,grey30 0 to 36 (Sides • 10 0 to 42 0 Caraway, cwt. 44 to 48 o Coriander 10 to 13 011-White :46 0 to 50 0 Hams, dry, 44 0 to 0 Canary, per qr. 38 to 40 o/Trefoil

12 to 30 oFlour, English,

Green

0 to 0 Rape Seed, per last, £26 to £30.

p.2401b.fine38 0 to 47 0 Lard,rd.p.c. 41 0 to 440

llirish, 2ds 36 0 to 17 0Tongue,p.fir.- 0 to
Weekly Price of Stocks, from 1st to 22d August 1823.

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4 per cent. consols,
New 4 per cent. consols,
Imper. 3 per cent.
India stock,

bondsg.
Long Annuities,mara
Exchequer bills,...
Exchequer bills, sm.m.
Consols for acc. macamana
French 5 per cents. woman

2251 224

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Course of Exchange, Sept. 9.--Amsterdam, 12:10. C. F. Ditto at sight, 12:8. Rotterdam, 12 : 11. Antwerp, 12 : 9. Hamburgh, 38: 2. Altona, 38 : 3. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25 : 85. Ditto 26 : 5. Bourdeaux, 26:5. Frankfort on the Maine, 159. Petersburgh, per rble. 89:3. Us. Berlin, 7: 10. Vienna, 10:26 Ef flo. Trieste, 10:26 Eff. flo. Madrid, 36}. Cadiz, 35}. Bilboa, 361. Barcelona, 351. Seville, 351. Gibral. tar, 30. Leghorn, 461. Genoa, 431. Venice, 28 : 10. Malta, 45. Naples, 394. Palermo, 117. Lisbon, 52. Oporto, 524. Rio Janeiro, 48. Bahia, 46. Dublin, 9} per cent. Cork, 91 per cent.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per 0.–Foreign gold, in bars, £3:17: 6d. New
Doubloons, £3 : 15 : 6d. New Dollars, 4s. 98. Silver in bars, stand. 4s. Ild.

PRICES CURRENT, Sept. 6.-London, 9.

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SUGAR, Musc.
B. P. Dry Brown,

cwt. Mid. good, and fine mid.

Fine and very fine,
Refined Doub. Loaves,

Powder ditto,
Single ditto,
Small Lumps,
Large ditto,

Crushed Lumps,
MOLASSES, British, cwt.
COFFEE, Jamaica, . ewt.

Ord. good, and fine ord.

Mid. good, and fine mid.
Dutch Iriage and very ord.

Ord. good, and fine ord.
Mid. good, and fine mid.
St Domingo,
Pimento (in Bond,)
SPIRITS,
Jam. Rum, 16 O. P. gall.
Brandy,
Geneva,
Grain Whisky,
WINES,

Claret, 1st Growths, hhd.
Portugal Red,

pipe. Spanish White, butt. Teneriffe,

pipe. Madeira, LOGWOOD, Jam. ton.

Honduras,

Campeachy,
FUSTIC, Jamaica,

Cuba,
INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb.
TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot.

Ditto Oak,
Christiansand (dut. paid.)
Honduras Mahogany,

St Domingo, ditto,
TAR, American, brl.

Archangel,
PITCH, Foreign, cwt.
TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand.

Home melted,
HEMP, Polish Rhine, ton.

Petersburgh, Clean,
FLAX,

Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak.
Dutch,

Irish,
MATS, Archangel,
BRISTLES,

Petersburgh Firsts, cwt.
ASHES, Peters. Pearl,
Montreal, ditto,

Pot, OIL, Whale,

tun. Cod, TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, ib.

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th

of June, and the 20th of August, 1823, extracted from the London Gazette.

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Adams, J. Union-street, Southwark, oilman. King, J. Ipswich, ironmonger.
Alderson, R. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, surgeon. Kirby, T. Bethnal-green road, draper.
Armand, c. P. and A. Solari, Battersea, vitriol. Lancaster, J. Jun. Bethnal-green road, butcher.
manufacturers.

Ladd, Şir J. Cornhill, watch-maker and jeweller. Astor, W. H. Sun-street, Bishopsgate-street, mu- Lean, T. Liverpool, coach-maker. sical instrument maker.

Longworth, J. Liverpool, builder. Austin, J. Little St Thomas Apostle, Cheapside, Lucas, J. Weymouth-terrace, Hackney-road, muwarehouseman.

sical instrument maker. Awty, R. H. Liverpool, dealer and chapman. Lucas, E. Shepherd's Market, Hanover-square, Baker, T. W. Foley-street, tallow-chandler.

milk-man. Baker, W. Walcot, near Bath, carpenter.

M‘Turk, R. Hull, grocer. Beart, J. Limehouse, timber-merchant.

M'Allis, J. Liverpool, tailor. Beaumont, J. Wheathouse, Yorkshire, merchant. Mandate, E. Sebergham, Cumberland, limeBond, J. Cawston, Norfolk, fariner.

burner. Bristow, J. Bristol, ironmonger.

Martyn, E. Taunton, druggist. Broadhead, W. H, and T. Artillery-court, Chis, Mawe, H. M. Loughborough, coach-proprietor. well-street, printers.

Mawley, J. New-street, Covent-garden, boot and Bunker, T. Church-street, Deptford, timber-mera shoe-maker. chant.

Middleton, R. King-street, Rotherhithe, mer. Butcher, T. Holborn, victualler.

chant. Butler, J. Whitchurch, Shropshire, innkeeper. Moorhouse, J. Eastworth, Yorkshire, clothier. Carter, S. Stratford, cheesemonger.

Mortimer, W. Manchester, joiner. Clancy, J. York, tailor.

Morton, R. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, paClarke, J. L. Honiton, Devonshire, saddle-maker. per-hanger. Cocker, G. H. Grenville-street, Brunswick-square, Munton, J. Highgate, corn-chandler. bill-broker.

Nettleton, J. Sloane-square, ironmonger. Coles, S. Exeter, innkeeper.

Nichols, E. John's Mews, Bedford-row, cow-keepConsitt, R. and R. Lee, Hull, merchants. Copp, J. High-street, Bloomsbury, draper. Noad, J. Clifford Mill, Somersetshire, fuller. Crabb, W. Tellisford, Somersetshire, fuller. Owen, W. Islington, stage-master. Crisp, C. and J. Harris, Bristol, shoe-makers. Phillips, W. Bristol, linen-draper. Crowther, W. L. Green-street, Grosvenor-square, Piercy, J. and R. Saunders, Birmingham, edgemilliner.

tool makers. Crutchley, H. Warwick and Coventry, linen-dra- Purdie, J. Size-lane, merchant. per.

Ramsden, H. Walworth, coach-master. Daniels, A. Prescott-street, Goodman's-fields, dia- Reed, T. High Holborn, linen-draper. mond-merchant.

Read, J. and J. Jacob, Love-lane, cloth-workers. Davies, M. Bodynfol, Montgomeryshire, farmer. Reynolds, T. Westbury, Wilts, clothier. Dawson, H. Leeds, silk-mercer.

Righton, J. Bristol, haberdasher. Dicas, J. Holywell, Flintshire, corn-dealer. Roberts, C. Aldermaston, Berkshire, maltster. Dobson, W. Gateshead, Durham, chemist. Robinson, F. New Malton, Yorkshire, spirit-merDods, R. High-street, Southwark, linen-draper. chant. Drummond, W. Hull, draper.

Rogers, R. Piddle Hinton, Dorsetshire, farmer. Emsley, W. Pudsey, Yorkshire, clothier.

Rothwell, P. Runcorn, Cheshire, corn-dealer. Evans, D. Swansea, draper.

Saffery, E. Downham, Norfolk, farmer. Evans, E. Bollingbrooke-row, Walworth, baker. Sciaccalaga, J. Old Bailey, merchant. Forbes, w. Gateshead, Durham, nurseryman. Shorthose, J. Hanley, Staffordshire, earthenwareGaisford, R. Bristol, baker and mealman.

manufacturer. Glandfield, J. Strand, wine-merchant.

Simpson, R. Watling.street, warehouseman. Gooden, J. Chiswell-street, victualler.

Smith, J. Bradninch, Devonshire, paper-maker.. Graves, J. and H. S. Langbourn Chambers, mer- Smith, W. B. Bristol, innholder. chants.

Smith, J. Camomile-street, tailor. Green, G. York-street, Covent-garden, woollen. Smith, W. T. E. Kenton-street, Brunswick-square, draper.

carpenter. Green, J. White-horse Terrace, Stepney, coal. Squires, T. St Albans, saddler. merchant.

Stephens, R. Goswell-street, saddler. Hague, G. Hull, haberdasher.

Stevens, J. Harrington Toxteth-park, near LiverHarkness, J. Chapel-place, Long-lane, Southwark, pool, joiner. timber-merchant.

Steward, M. H. Long-lane, Bermondsey, pumpHarris, J. Llandarrog, Carmarthenshire, cattle- maker. dealer.

Stilborn, J. sen. Bishop Wilton, Yorkshire, but. Haselden, J. Grub-street, horse-dealer.

cher. Hastings, E. Lower Smith-street, Northampton. Sykes, T. Bath Easton, Somersetshire, clothier, square, milkman.

Symes, K. Kingswood, Wilts, clothier. Hawkins, J. U. Star Corner, Bermondsey, car. Tabberer, B. Monmouth, currier. penter

Thornton, H. Thayer-street, oilman. Hobus, T. Westminster-road, victualler.

Thorpe, M. Worksop, Nottinghamshire, maltster. Holroyd, W. Leadenhall-street, machine-maker. Tribaudino, C. J. Cleveland-street, Mile End, Hopwood, J. Chancery-lane, bill-broker.

silk-dyer. Humphreys, H. and W. Lacon, Liverpool, iron- Truelove, W. Dunchurch, Warwickshire, farmer. founders.

Warr, J. W. Davies, and T. Matthews, Tipton, Hyams, J. Coventry-street, Haymarket, jeweller, Staffordshire, iron-masters. Illingworth, J. and S. Knowles, Leeds, merchants. Watts, E. Yeovil, Somersetshire, butcher. James, W. West, Bromwich, coal-master.

Welcker, M. and J. F. Leicester-square, tailors. Jones, J. Brecon, maltster.

Welton, N. Bredfield, Suffolk, horse-dealer. Jones, T. St John's-street, West Smithfield, sta. Wibberley, G. Liverpool, merchant. tioner.

Widger, A. Buekfastleigh, Devonshire, woollenKaines, H. Manstone, Dorsetshire, cattle-dealer. draper. Kenning, G, Church-street, Spitalfields, silk-man. Williamson, J. Withington, Lancashire. Kenton, J. Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, Wilson, T. Carlisle, coach-master. draper.

Wood, T. Lane-end, Staffordshire, currier.

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