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[ 575 ) PRICES OF SHARES, December 20, 1830, At the Office of WOLFE, Brothers, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, Change Alley, Cornhill. CANALS. Price. Div.p.ann. RAILWAYS.

Price. Div.p.an. Ashby-de-la-Zouch £.800 £. 4 0 Forest of Dean £15 0 € 2 10 Ashton and Oldham 100 0 5 0 Manchester & Liverp: Barnsley

200 0

12 0 Stuckton & Darlington 205 0 5 O Birmingh. (1-8th sh.) | 284 0 12 10 WATER-WORKS. Breckoock & Abergav. 105

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2 10 Coventry

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17 Manchester & Salford 431 Croydon

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4 p.ct. Derby 120 0 6 0 West Middlesex

76

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60 0 2 15 INSURANCES. Ellesmere and Chester 73 0 3 15 Albion

75 0 3 10 Forth and Clyde 625 0 27 0

Alliance

84 Glamorganshire 290 0 13 12 8

Atlas

94

010 Grand Junction

245 0 13 0 British Commercial Grand Sarrey

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40

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234

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7 0 Grantham 215 0 10 O Guardian

25

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5 5 Lancaster

195

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395 0 20 0
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1 7 1s.6d. Leicester

220 0 17
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1 0 0 Leic, and North'n

4 0 Rock Life

3 12 6 0 3 Loughborough

175
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RI. Exchange (Stock) 190 0
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40

MINES. Monmouthshire 239 0 12 0

Anglo Mexican

294 N.Walsham & Dilham 10 0

Bolanos

185 0 Neath

330 0 18 0

Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm) Oxford

62} 3 10 500 30 0 British Iron

7 0 Peak Forest

75 0 3 0

Colomb. (iss. at 5 pm) 36 dis. Regent's

184 0 12 6

Hibernian Rochdale

75 0 4 0

Irish Mining Compy
Severn and Wye 193

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Real Del Monte

50 0 Shrewsbury

250 0 11
United Mexican

10 0
Staff. and Wor.
710 0 38 0

GAS LIGHTS. Stourbridge

220 0 12 0

Westminster Chartd. 54 0 8 0 Stratford-on-Avon

1 10

Ditto, New Stroudwater

10% 0 12 490 0 23 0 City :

191 0 Swansea

15 0
Ditto, New

1 200 Thames & Severn, Red

6 30 0 1 10

Phoenix . Ditto, Black

20 0 16 6

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Trent & Mersey (sh.)

14 dis.
600
37 10
Bath

31 0 Warw. and Birming.

280

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Birmingham

1000 Warwick and Napton

5 0 215 0 11 5 Wilts and Berks

Birmingham&Stafford

4 5 0 0 4 Worc. and Birming.

Brighton

9$
84 0 3 0
Bristol

86 0
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Isle of Thanet.

2 dis. St. Katharine's

834

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18 0
London (Stock) 674
do. Liverpool

p.ct.

375 0 10 0 West India (Stock) | 1700 8 o do. ! Maidstone East India (Stock) 70 0 4 o do. Ratcliff

40 0 4. Commercial (Stock)

p.ct. 82 0 4 o do. Rochdale

5 Bristol 125 0 4 15 10 Sheffield

1 12 6 BRIDGES.

Warwick

50 0 Hammersmith

284 1 10 MISCELLANEOUS Southwark.

Australian (Agricult!)

11 dis. Do. New 75 per cent. 30 0 1 15 Auction Mart .

18 0 Vauxhall

19 0
0 Annuity, British . 16

0 Waterloo

Bank, Írish Provincial

254 Ann. of 81.

23 0 0 18 8 Carnat. Stock, 1st class 93 0 4 0 Ann. of 71. 0 164 Ditto, ad class

81 0 3 0

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY W. CARY, STRAND,

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SUPPLEMENT

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VOL. C. PART II.

Embellished with Views of the Manor-house and Ruins of the Priory at HINTON CHARTER

HOUSE, Somerset; and a Plan of the Norman Church at LANGFORD, Essex.

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MR. URBAN,

Dec. 15. their appurtenances, except such miliINTON or Henton Charterhouse tary service as was due to her, and the

service of Richard the parker, for the miles south of Bath on the road to Sa- virgale of land he held, which service lisbury. It derived its secondary appel- however should belong to the monks, lation, which distinguishes it from va

whether Richard rested his claim upon rious other places of the same name,

his office of keeper, or on military tefrom a Priory of Carthusians formerly

The house of the religious was established there. It has also been

to be built in the honour of God and sometimes styled Hinton Comitis, hav- the blessed Virgin, and of St. John the ing been a manor attached to the Earl-Baptist, and of All Saints, at the place doin of Salisbury. It was among the

in the park of Hinton which was lands which William the Conqueror called Locus Dei; and the habit and conferred on Edward of Salisbury, who

rule to be observed was that of the is supposed to have been only Vice

church of Chartreux,-the strictest of comes or Sheriff of Wills, but whose all the religious orders. Twelve years grandson Patrick received the title of aster, King Henry the Third, by charEarl of Salisbury from the Empress his reign, took under the

special pro

ter dated in the iwenty-fourth year of Maud. At the composition of Domesday, Edward de Sarisberi held “ Han.

tection and defence of himself and tone” of the King, haring three plough. heirs, the house of the Carthusians at Jands in the demesne; and there were

Hinton;

and granted to the monks nine serfs, twelve villeins, and fifteen

for ever all the privileges and custoins cottagers, with six ploughs; two mills

which his grandfather King Henry had rendering, 24s., twelve acres of pasture, granted to the Carthusian house he had and wood one mile long, and half a

founded at Witham. That house, mile broad.

which was also in Somersetshire, was William de Longespé, the first Earl the first settlement of the order in of that name (and one of the natural England *; its dedication is in the children of King Henry the Second by

same terms as that of Hinton; and its Fair Rosamond), had first placed the rights and privileges were the same as society, in 1222, on his manor of Hathe

those possessed by the original estarop in Gloucestershire; and had by blishment at Chartreux. Pope Innohis will bequeathed them various sa

cent the Fourth granted a Bull of pricred utensils, a thousand ewes, three vileges to Hinton in 1245. hundred rams, forty-eight oxen, and

At the Taxation of Pope Nicholas twenty bulls. But his widow Ela, in 1291, the tein poralities of this Priory “ because (as is stated in her charter)

were returned as, in Chynton 41. 10s.; the inonks and brethren destined for

in Norton Comitis 121.; in Hinton that place, although they had conti- 241, 158. making a total of 411. 58. nued 'there many years (that is, appa

Its wealth was increased by a va. rently, about five), could not find in riety of grants from the neighbouring the ienements the Earl had given landowners, and the merchants of Bristhem a place suitable to their rule," was in 1227 induced to remove them

Regarding this Monastery and two to her park of Hinton.

others in Somersetshire, there is a privately

In exchange for the lands in Gloucestershire, she printer volume, entitled “Monastic Re

mains of the Religious Houses at Witham, then granted them all her manor of Bruton, and Stavordale, co. Somerset. ColHinton, with the advowson of the lected by Sir Richard Hoare, Bart. anno, church, and the park; and likewise 1824." Only fifty copies were printed for all her adjoining manor of Norton, distribution by the munificent author; and with the advowson there, and all none for sale. Gent. Mag. Suppl. C. Part II.

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