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AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL PROPERTY, Dock Stock, Fire-OfficeSHARBS,
&c. in Jannary 1811 (to the 24th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street,
London:--Trent and Mersey, or Grand Trunk Canal, 12601. with Half Yearly Dividend,
at the rate of 45l. per Share clear, per Annam.- Birmingham, 10401. dividing 421. clear.
Coventry, 855l. dividing at the rate of 321. per Share.--Swansea, 1671. the last Dividend
81. per Share.--Monmouthshire, 1291. with 21.10s. Half-Yearly Dividend.-Grand Junction,
2601. ex Half-Yearly Dividend of 31. too 2651.--Kennett and Avon, 421. to 43.-Wilts and
Berks,451. 10s.-— Rochdale, 521. 10s. 551.-Ellesmere, 751.-Union, 961.-Lancaster, 26.-
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 241.-Worcester and Birmingham Old Shares, 401. New ditto, par,
to 31. Premium.--Grand Surrey, 751.-West India Dock Stock, 1611. ex Half Yearly Di-
vidend of 51.-London Dock, 1201. to 1281. ex Half Yearly Dividend of 31. clear.-Lon-
don Scrip, 201. 10s. to 261. per Cent. Premium, with Interest.--Albion Assurance, 601.-
Globe, 1191. 10s. ex Half Yearly Dividend of 3!.-East London Water Works, 1851.-
West Middlesex New tto, 201. per Share Premium.-Kent ditto, 321. Premium.-Grand:
Junction ditto, 101. 10s. to 127. 12s. Premium. London Iństitution, 681. 55.-Surrey In-
stitution, 231. 25.--Covent Garden New Theatre Shares, 4701. without Admission.

AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending January 19, 1811.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES
WheatRye | Barly Oats Beans

Wheál Rye Baris Oats Beans
S. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

s. dy s. d. s. diss. d., s. d. Middlesex 97 7100 0139 730

5151 21 Essex 91 4139 037 10131 2 48 6 Surrey 105 0142 0139 4/33 0151 6|Kent 93 055 0138 0131* *3145 O Hertford 894151 0139 4129 4147 o|Sussex 98 10100 (137 8/27 Bedford 85 0144 4.38 6/26 8144 101 Suffolk 89

2 42

( 34 7/26 938 Huntingr. 85 300 0138 0 24 4 42 3|Cambridg. 82 5100- 031 720.10 35 6 Northam. 82 8 44 036 5/21 6 43 10 Norfolk 84 438

933 1/26 5389 Rutland 86 647 040 325 043 0 Lincoln 85 000 055 11 21 2 47 0 Leicester 86 248 039 1|24 4 43 31 York 80 249 8134 1122 456' 5 Nottingham 90 042 041 2/25 8 48 6 Durham 87 4100. 000 0127 3000 Derby 87 800 012 025 10 53 4 Northum. 74 9 48

8/36 0 25 000 Stafford 95 $100 0 +2 11 28 11157 4|Cumberl. 81

6/10 0 25 900 Salop 102 1165 8/14 231 11 00 0 Westmor. 91 252 449 226 11,00 Hereford 105 657 6 43 430 0148 3 Lancaster 86 3100 053 4128 4159 Worcester 103 10153 4 +0 434 11 52 5|Chester 90 3100 046 10 30 100 Warwick 103 2100 041 9151 356

5 Flint 96 000 051 200 000 Wilts 105 0100 0136 1028 6161 4 Denbigh 95 800 052 329 10100 Berks 102 500 035 101.9 1 50 6 Anglesea 00. 000 040 021 000 Oxford 101 2100 033 1025 7 46 8 Carnarv. 89 8100 048 424 000 0 Bucks 98 400 0136 227 10 47 7Merionet. 95 000 0 48 8/28 400 Brecon 121 683 2 52 35 8100 of Cardigan 98 900 0/38 10 16 3100 Montgom. 107 2100 0 12 1118 900 0 Pembroke 81 10100 0138 8/17 1000 Radnor 119 11100 0114 329 7100 of Carinarth.101 4100 6 12 418 81000 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Glamorg. 107 (146 822 81000

96 0150 1140 11/26 91496 Gloucest. 113 3100 038 8132 053 4 Average of Scotland, per quarter: Somerset 110

900

0 44 10134 058 0 65 1741 8135 7724 2140 11| Monmo. 119 000 0176 · 8100 000 0

Devon 110 9000143 6100 000 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma-Cornwall 95 400 0 43 224 000 0 ritime Districts of England and Wales, by Dorset 102 3100

036 928 01700 which Exportation and Bounty are to be}|Hants 102 1100 0138 1138 8|56 0 regulated in Great Britain........

92 11 +7 9140 4|26 0149 5 PRICES OF FLOUR, January 28 : Fine per Sack 85s. to 00s. Seconds 75s. to 80s. Bran per Q. 14s. to 16s. Pollard 26s. to 30s.

RETURN of WHEAT, in Mark-Lane, including only from Jan. 14 to Jan. 19:
Total' 8,534 Quarters. Average 93s. 91d.-s. 2 d. higher than last Return.

OATMEAL, per Ball of 140lbs. Avoirdnpois, January 19, 49s. 10d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, January 23, 45s. 981l. per Cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, January 28 : Kent Bags.......... 61. 7s. to 7. 7s. Kent Pockets...............6l. 10s. to 91. Os. Sussex Ditto.. .....51. 15s. to 61. 65. Sussex Ditto ...............61. 6s. to 71. 10sn Essex Ditto....... ..51. 15s. to 71, Os. Farnham Ditto .........lll. Os. to 132. 13s.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, January 28 : St. James's, Hay 77, 155. Straw 31. 16s. 60.-Whitechapel, Hay 71. 15s. Clover 91. 93.

Straw 31. 25.-Smithfield, Clover 91. 15s. Old Hay 81. 10s. Straw 31. Gs.

SMITHFIELD, January 28. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef......

.58. Od. to 6s. 4d. Head of Cattle at Market this Day: Mutton..

..5s, 4d. to 6s. Bd. Beasts about 1700. Calves 110.

6s. Od. to 8s. 8d. Sheep and Lambs 12,770. Pigs 220. Pork..

Od. to 75. 4d. COALS, January 28 : Newcastle 528. 6d. to 60s. Sunderland 56s. 6d. to 60s. SOAP, Yellow 80s. Mottled 90s. Curd 94s. CANDLES, 12s.6d. per Doz. Moulds 13s. 6d. TALLOW, per Stone, Blb. St. James's 46,54. Clare Market 4s. 5d. Whitechapel 4s. 3d,

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DRANSCOMB and CO. Stock-Brokers, 11, Holborn, 37, Cornbill, and 38, Haymarkoto Printed by NICHOLS and Son, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, London.]

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LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Covent. O GENERAL EVENING

Cumberland 2 M.Post M. Herald

Doncaster-- Derb. Morning Chronic.

Dorchest.--Essex Times-M. Advert.

"Exeter 2, Glouc. 2 :P.Ledger & Oracle

"Talifax Hants 2 Brit. Press-Day

Yereford, Hall St. James's Chron.

Ipswich 1, Kent 4 Sun-Even. Mail

Lancast.-Leices. 2 Star-Traveller

Leed:2, Liverp. 6 Pilot--Statesman

Maidst. Manch.4 Packet Lond.Chr.

Newc.3.-Notts, 2 Albion--C. Chron.

Vorthampton 2 Courier-Globe

Norfolk, Norwich Eng. Chron.--Ing.

V.WalesOxford2 Cour d'Angleterre

Portsea-Pottery Cour. de Londres

Preston-Plym. 2 150ther Weekly P.

Reading -Salisb. 17 Sunday Papers

Salop-Sheffield2 Hue & Cry Police

Sherborne, Sussex Lit. Adv. monthly

Shrewsbury Bath 3-Bedford

taff. Stamf. 2 Berwick Boston

Taunton-Tyne Birmingham 3

Wakefi.-Warw. Blackb. Brighton

Worc. 2-YORK 3 Bristol 5, Bury

IRELAND 37 Camb.-Chath.

SCOTLAND 24 Carli.2--Chester 2

Sunday Advertiser Chelms, Cambria.

Jersey2. Guern. 2. Meteorol. Diaries for Jan. and Feb. 1811. , 98 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.

135 Proposals for completing the History of Dorset 99 Review Of New PUBLICATIONS; viz. ARCHITECTURAL INNOVATION, No. CUIII. . 100 The Travels of Dr. Clarke, continued ... 137 Bullion-Sir J. Sinclair and Mr. Huskisson 102 Turnor's AssizeSermon Gardiner'sSerinon 142 A Meteorological Jourual kept at Clapton 104, Haverfield's FuneralSermon on Mrs. Trimmer143 The Priory, and modern School, of Repton 10.5 Mr.T. Combe's Description of Terra Cotias 145 Illustrations of Horace, Book II. Satire I. . 107 The Conquest of Miao-tse, a Poem 146 Elton's Explanation of a Passage in hisPo ms110 Wilks's Sketches of the South of India. 147! Decker's Description of the Human Head 112 Pasley on Military Policy of British Empire 150 Tribute to the Memory of Mrs. Trimmer . 113 Memoirs of Prince Eugene of Savoy. 1:54 Abbot'sCourt-houseGateway,Queen Charlton,ib. Rev. W. Bingley's Economy of Christian Eife 157 Portrait and Account of Roddy Rodgers . . ibid. INDEX INDICATORIUS .

ibid, Analysis of Northumberland Household Book 114 Selecy POETRY for February, 1811. 158-160 Portrait of Dugdale-Antient Sealexplainer 116 Proceedings in present Session of Parliament 161 Observations on the great Charges on Briefs 117 Commissioners Speech on opening the Session 166 Account of Woolstanton Parish, co. Stafford 118 Interesting Intell. from the London Gazettes 168 Bp. Overton ?-_ Pursuits of Literature” 122 Account of the Capture of the Isle of France 1771 High Sheriffs-Jubilec Hospital-Mr.Benyon ib. Abstract of the principaiForeign'Oecurrences 174 Particularsof Eliz.Canning and MarySquires 123 Country News--Domestic Occurrences,'. .177 Dr. Watts--A Gentleman characterized .. 124 Sheriffs for 1811--Circnits of the Judges . 180 Celebration of the Jubilee at Moel Fainma 125 Theatrical Register, Promotions, &c. 181 Verses on the Jubilee Easter-day .....127 Births and Marriages of eminent Persons . ibid. Advice to Ladies-Disrespect to Servants : 128 YdditionsandCorrectionsinformerObituaries 182 J. Carter's Reply to An Ole Correspondent 131 Obituary,with Anecd. of remarkable Persons 185 Remedy for Asthma--Patality of Stuall Pox 133 Dill of Mortality-Prices of Markets.. 1. 199 Thermometrical and BarometricalStatements ib. Daily Variations in the Prices of Stocks . . 200

Embellished with beautiful Perspective Views of Reprox PrioRY, DERBYSHIRE ; ;
an Old Gate-way at Queey CHARLTOS, SOMERSETSHIRE ; and also with

a Portrait of RODDY RODGERS,

By SYLV AN US URÈ AN, GEXT.

Printed by J. NICHOLS and SON, at Cicero's Head, Red Lion' Passage, Fleet-street, London:

where all Letters to the Editor are desired to be addressed, POST-PAID. 1811.

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26 28 30. 3 cloudy, ground covered with snow
21 23 30. 0 mostly clear
21 25 29-13 cloudy, light snow most of the day

18 27 29-14 mostly cloudy, evening tempestuous
5 21 22 29.14 morning cloudy, afteruoon clear, bigh wind

23 26 29.14 mostly cloudy, wiady

22 24 29-14 cloudy at times 8 20 24 29-14 cloudy 21 27

29.14 mostly, cloudy 10 22 35 29-14 cloudy, afternoon rainy 37 40 29-12

cloudy at times 12 42 47 29.7 rain most of the day 13 31 44 29. 9 cloudy at times, some showers

42 44 29. 9 cloudy, drizzling rain at times 13 34 39 29. 9 cloudy at times, rain and hail

33 39 29-16 cloudy at times, evening some light raia 17 46 49 29-12 cloudy, very raiay, windy 18 35 39 29-12

clear 19 31 39 30. 4 clear

38 41 30. 41 mostly cloudy 21 39 43 29-19 clear

24 40 30. O mostly clear 23 32 41

30. 1 cloudy, rainy at times 24 28 36

30- 6 morning clear, afternoou cloudy 95 31 44 30. 8

mostly clear 96 31 39 30. 3 cloudy, evening rainy, high wind 27 39 38 29-12 very clear, and cloudy alternately

24 30 29-11 mostly clear 29 14 27 29-12 mostly clear 30 91 30 29.10 cloudy, evening considerable snow 31. 31 S7 29. 1

rain most of the day. The average degrees of temperature from observations made at eight o'clock in die morning, are 28-77 100ths; those of the corresponding month in the year 1810, were 32-24 100ths; in 1809, 33-17 100ths; in 1808, 33.47 100ths; in 1807, 31-35 100ths; in 1806, 37-7 100ths ; in 1805, 33-16 100chs; and in 1804, 33-50 100ths.

The quantity of rain fallen is equal to 2 inches 62 100ths; that of the corresponding month in the year 1810, was 90 100ths of an inch ; in 1809, 4 inches 12 100ths ; in 1808, 1 inch 5 100ths ; in 1807, 2 inches 28 100ths; in 1806, 5 inches 97 100ths; in 1805, 2 inches 44 100ths; and in 1804, 4 inches 43 100ths.

METEOROLOGICAL Table for February 1911. By W. CARY, Strand,
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. .

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18 37 43 36 , 46 (cloudy

19 35 42 37 30,05 fair

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24 44 55
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THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,

For FEBRUARY, 1811,

Mr. URBAN,

Feb. 1. 1811. luable History (a Calamity much aggra. THE readiness which you have at vated by the Deaths of Gen. 'BELLAsis and

takes the

SO

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are only in part engraved, but all will be to, and incorporated with the Addi

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