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"Good, P. P. Clapton and Lloyd's Coffee-house, Mackenzie, C. Caroline-street, Bedford-square, insurance-broker, Jan. 11.

Jan. 29. Griffis, T. High-row,Knights-bridge, Jan. 7 and Newman, H. Knowl-hill, Berks, shopkeeper,

Jan, 13. Goundry, G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Jan. 28. New, E. Bristol, banker, Jan. 14. Griffin, D. Wallworth, linen-draper, Feb. I. Newton, T. Holbeach, Liveolnsbite, and w. Green, J. Oxford-street, Jan. 21.

Newton, West Walton, Norfolk, Jan. 28, Grifhth, T. Hillmorton, Warwickshire, Feb. 15. Neale, E. Grantham, Lincolnshire, builder, Feb. *Gyles, J. E. Shoreditch, oilman, Feb. 18.

13. Gosling, G.Chesterfield, wine-merchant, Feb.11. Otley, G. New Bond-street, Tailor, Jan. 25. Green, W. Jun. Exmouth-street, Clerkenwell, Prest, W. and J.Woolner, Lawrence, PountneyFeb. 8.

lane, corn-factors, Jan. 14. Howett, J. St. Martins's-lane, builder, Jan. 25. Park, R. Jun. late of Portsea, coal-merchant, Howard, J. Mitcham, calico-printer. Jan. 21.

Jan. 11. Herbert, J. and H. Herbert, Tokeo-house-yard, Pitstow, J. Jun. Witham, Essex, miller, Jan. 21. brokers, Jan. 24.

Pettit, J. and S. R. Bureh, Southwark, hopHarding, J. Great Winchester-street, jeweller, factors, Jan 18. Jan. 25.

Phillips, G. Old Brentwood, cabinet-maker, 14. Handforth, D. Manchester, victualler, Jan, 22. Penfold, E. Maidstone, Kent, banker, Jan. 18. Harrison, J. Leeds, merchant, Jan. 14.

Pratt, R. Archer-street, Westminster, smith, Halliday,J. Old South Sea House, Broad-street, Jan. 14. merchant, Jan. 7. Feb. 8.

Pritchard, E. Llanrwst, Denbighshire, shopHartley, R. Penrith, Cumberland, hardware: keeper, Feb. 4, man, Jan. 24.

Prole, W. Georgeham, Devon. yeoman, Feb. 4. Harding, S. T. Tamworth, Warwickshire, ban Parks, T. and E. Lawton, Birmingham, merker, Jan, 24.

chant, Feb 14. Holines, A. and H, White, Chesterfield, Derby: Richardson, J. Sloane-street, Chelsea, apothe

shire, & T. Tindall, of Chestor-street, Dor cary, Jan. 11.

ham, hat-manufacturers, Jan. 30, Feb. 10. Ratcliffe, T. of Ewood-bridge, Lancashire, and Horseman, E. & J. Chipping Camden, Glou, R. Ratcliffe, Mauchester, calico-printers; cester, Jan. 29.

Jan. 27. Hart, J. and J. Macalpin, Carlisle, hosiers, Jan Rowe, H. Amed-corner, bookseller,Jan. 25. 30.

Roxby, R. B. Arbour-square, Commercial-road, HH, T. & K. Wood, Queenhithe,oilman, Feb. 25. Jan. 25. Hayton, W. & M. Douglas, Sunderland, Jan 23. Richie, R. and J. Bigsby, Deptford, brewers, Hassel, J. Richard-street, Islington, Jan. 14.

Jan, 21. Hayton, J. W. and M. P. Leasinby, Greenfield, Reilly, R. Southampton-row,Bloomsbury, man. Holywell, Jan. 30.

milliner, Jan. 28 Hooper, J. Tooley-street, chemist, Feb. 8. Sharland, G, South Molton, Devon. money. Herbert, P. and J. London, merchants, Feb. 4. scrivener, Jan. 14. Hewlet, J. Gloster, cabinet-maker, March. 3. Schwieso, J. C.Soho-square, harp-makers, Jan. Hitchon, J. H. Kidderminster, factor, Feb. 10.

21. Herbert, T. Chequer-yard, Dowgate-hill, Feb. Stalker, D. Leadenhall-street, slopsellers, Jan. 15.

14. Hancock, J. Limehouse-hole, mast-maker, Feb. Salmon, J. Canterbury-buildings, Lambeth,

coal-merchant, Jan, 11. Jones, T. and E. Powell, Wrexham, Denbigh Stevens, D, G, Harlow, Essex, linen-draper, shire, grocers, Jan. 21.

Jan. 18, Jones, J. Upper Brook-street, tailor, Jan. 21. Scandrett, W. St. Clement's, Worcestershire, Kendall, J. Mite-end, Stepney, Cowkeeper,Jan. Jan. 28. 11.

Smith, A. Lime-street-square, merchant, Jan; Ketland, T. and J. Adams, Birmingliani, met. 25. chants, Jan. 21.

Studa, J, L. Kirby-street, Hatton-garden, merKempster, T. Bouverie-street, Fleet-street, ebant, Feb. 8. carpenter, Jan. 25.

Spence, J. Providence-row, Hackney, Jan. 25. Killick, W. Cheam, coal merchant, Jan. 21. Smith, T. H. Chancery lane, tailor, Feb. 22. Kirkland, J. Coventry, ribbon-manafacturer, Thiesen, A. H. Bernard-street, Russell-square, Feb, 1.

merchant, Jan, 11. King, J. Great Yeldham, Kent, linen,draper, Tutin, R. Chandos - street, Covent-garden, Feb. 8.

cheese-monger, Feb. 8. Kemp, W, Bath, banker, Jan. 23.

Thorpe, W. Epping, Essex, Hawker, Feb. 4. Lawrence, J. Hatton-garden, woollen-draper, Whalley, G. B. Basinghall-street, WoollenJan. 25,

draper, Jan. 25. Law, W. Copthall-court, Throgmorton-street, Wilks, R. Chancery-lane, printer, Jan, 25. Dec. 28.

White, J. C. Mitre-court, Fenchurch-street, Luke, J. Exeter, iron-monger, Jan. 29,

Jan 21. Lloyd, W. Sen. Peckham, and W. Lloyd, Jun. Walls, T. Webber-street, Lambeth Marsh, Pindon, Jan, 11.

hatters, Feb. 8. Longrigs, J. Liverpool, linen-draper, Jan. 23. Wright, W. Tewkesbury, Glostershire, glover, Leech, I. and J. Hinchcliffe, Cateaton-street, linen-draper, Feb. 5. Jan. 21.

Welsford, w. 'Tower-hill, merchant, Feb. 4. Lough, R. Upper ground-street, Blackfriars Wheatcroft, S. Sheffield, grocer, Feb. 12. road, Feb. i.

Youden, S. Dover, carpenter, Jan. 15. Lea, T. Stapen-Will, Derbyshire, Feb. 12. Young, W. and J. Renard, Downs Wharf Her, Milne, G. Broad-street, inerchaut, Jan. 25.

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Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser. 1823 Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser., 1823 Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser Dec 27:30-25 31 B.S.E. Fair Jan. 7 29-80 33 N

Jan, 18 29-32 25

N.W. Cldy 98 30-17 24 B. Ditto 8 29-721 32

Ditto 19 29:51 15

S.W Foggy 29 29-91 S.R. Ditto 9 29-70 27

Ditto 20 29-60 18 S.W.. Ditto 30 29 70 23 Ditto 10 29-5229 N.

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PRICE OF SHARES IN CANALS, DOCKS, BRIDGES, WATER-WORKS, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, MINES, &c.

JANUARY 21, 1822.

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100
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30 Croydon.

100
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100 Derby.

100 140 6 London Bridge
100
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100 Ellesmere and Chester 133 63

West Middlesex.
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58
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100 Forth and Clyde

100480
20

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10 Albion

500 Grand Narrey

100
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100
19

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150 145 8
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250 Hereford and Gloucester., 300

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100 Lancaster.

100 27
1 Eagle.

60 Leeds and Liverpool

100 375 12
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20 Leicester...

295
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100 Leicester & Northampton 100 76

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100 Loughborough

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50 Meltoa Mosbray.

10 Imperial Fire.

500 Moononthshire

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bo Montgomerystaire

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50 Neath

400 22
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32

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35

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125 170 9 10
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100 Shropshire

125
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200
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50 120 7

Gas Lights. Ditto, Leck Fund

103 5 15 Gas Lightand Coke (Chant Staffords.& Worcestershire

49
Company

50 Stoerbridge

145 200 10 10
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100 Stratford-an-Iron

19
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100 Swansea ....*.** 100 185 10 Imperial..

50 Tavistock

100 90

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20
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100 187 10 Carnatic Stock 1st class East India

100 150 8 Ditto, .2d ditto Commercial

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H. Thompson F. P. Alleyn

James Cannan
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Francis Daniell W. Mac Nair

William Muir James Don John Allan
Herefordshire

William Hope Robert Card Richard Card
1200 Jobu Locke

W. Robson

Richard Boyes E. Crowfoot 13
T. G. Adams

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Bomb. & China 1200 R. Borradaile Samuel Searle Joseph Dudman F. Orlebar C. Pennington Henry Harris
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John Lawson W. Smith

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Farquharson
1326 J. C. Lochner W. Cruickshank Henry Cowan
W.H.Whitehead H. Colombine

George Adam

George Lloyd John Scott
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1332 George Clay

T. Haviside A. F. Procter Mark Clayson R.C. Fowler W. Edmonds
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7 Jan. 11 Feb. 19 Mar.
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James Eyles
Warren Hastings -
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James Bruee

W. B. Coles
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Original Essays.

PAGE

PAOB

Enquiry into the Orders of Chivalry in

An Account of Mr. HORNOE'S OBSERVA-

Denmark...

168

TORY and SeATYOLDING represented

in the Plate

99

ENGLISH BOOKS.

Epistles from MARY QUEEN OF Scots to Peveril of the Peak. By the Author of Wa-

her Uncles. By Mes. OPIE. No. 2, .. 105 verley, &c.

169

Petrified Poods in Persia

108 Deceniber Tales

174

Sketches of Society in London and Paris.. 109

On Spectres and Apparitions

115

On Posthumous Vanity.

120

Science and Literature.

On a Lady Singing ...

122

FOREIGN: 'America South America-

Lare and Friendship An Allegory 123

White Sea-India-Sandwich Isles-

Oa Premature Interment ....

124

Egypt-Sweden-Denmark-Germany

Evening-Prom an uninished Poem.. 127

An Evening at Pere la Chaise ...

-Russia-Italy-Spain-Netherlands

129

-France ...

176

On the Manners and Customs of Austria.. 131

Sketches of Popular Preachers.--Dr. Rudge,

ENGLISH Works preparing for Publica-

Dr. Moore .....

tion-Works in the Press-New Publi-

142

cations

179

Translation of an Ode from Horace ..... 144

Menoir of Napoleon Baonaparte.

145

The Drama.

fine arts.

Italian Opera ...

180

History of Engraving

152

Drury-Lane Theatre

180

The British Gallery ..

155

Covent-Garden Theatre

181

Catalogue of Works exhibited in the British

Gallery ...

156

POLITICAL DIGEST

latelligence relative to the FINE ARTS,

Foreign and Domestie ....

161

The Artists' Joint Stock Fund............ 163

MONTHLY MEMORANDA

London Review.

Births, Marriages, and Deaths.

187

Commercial Report

188

FOREIGN BOOKS.

List of Bankrupts and Dividends

189

Travels in Switzerland. By L. Simond.. 165 Meteorological Table..

192

Travels in Persia. By Col. Drourille .... 168 Price of Canal Shares, &c,

192

EDITOR'S NOTICE.

We are again reluctantly obliged to postpone the appearance of our engraving of the “ Sleeping INFANTS, on account of a circumstance over which we could have no control ; it will, however, certainly be in our next Number; and we feel confident that our Subscribers will do us the justice to believe that, by these delays, we shall be able to present to them an engraving most worthy of their approbation.

We have received numerous Letters relative to our articles on POPULAR Preachers. The writers are anxious lest our mode of treating such a delicate subject should injure the cause of true religion, or interfere with the particular modes of faith into which the Christian world is divided under so many homogeneous denominations. We think we cannot dispel these fears more effectually than by directing attention to those articles which have already appeared; for we do not hesitate to call them able, judicious, and liberal. The author is a member of the established Church, sufficiently embued with orthodox principles, and is perfectly convinced that the cause of Christianity is best supported by those Preachers who excel in the graces and charms of eloquence, chastened by the acknowledged rules of good taste and the beneficence of universal charity. This important subject appears to us to have been too long neglected. Public opinion, in its present improved state, controls the vast engine of the State, and gives vitality and tone to morality and science ; on the grandest of the subjects, that can occupy the human mind, it is alone silent. The public press has hitherto avoided the greatest of all its duties, fearful, we suppose, of injuring what it desires to benefit. These fears are vain.- Enlightened criticism, directed under a religious influence by true charity, cannot fail to be beneficial to every cause, whether religious, moral, or scientific, that is founded on the unalterable basis of truth: it can only be inimical to error. - We wish to add, that these sketches will contain no criticism on private character, or modes of faith ; but will be confined to one single ohject, that of rendering the POPULAR PREACHERS of our times more useful labourers in the vineyard of Him whom they follow. Our intentions are good; we only wish our means were more adequate.

ERRATA IN OUR LAST NUMBER.

Page 6, col. 1,1.41, for affliction read affection.
Page 33, col. 2, in the critique on Dr. Busfield, for vanity read variety.

N. B. The Description of Fox's Monument will be inserted in our

next Number.

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