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THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL, Saares and other PROPERTY, in Aug. 1815 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London Trent and Mersey, or Grand Trunk Canal, 12001. ex half yearly div. of 271. 10s. clear, -Neath, 7704. Coventry, 225l. with dividend 101.-Oxford, 5001.-Grand Junction, 1901.-Monmouth, 1451. ex dividend.-Kennet and Avon, 191.-Rochdale, 501.-Ladcaster, 191.. Severn and Wye Railway, 351.-West-India Dock, 143, 1441.- London ditto, 761.-Globe Insurance, 1021. 10s.-Imperial, 491.--Rock, 10s. premium.Commercial Sale Rooms, 291. 10s.-West Middlesex Water-Works, 261-Chelsea ditto, 121.- London Institution, 401. 195.-Surrey ditto, 121.-Vauxhall Bridge, 481.Strand Bridge Aanuities, 71. premium ex annuity.

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GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE:

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LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Corent. 2 GENERAL EVENING

Cumb.2-Doncast. M.Post-M.Herald

Derb.-Dorchest. Morning Chronic.

Durham - Essex Times-M. Advert.

Exeter 2, Glouc.2 P.Ledger &Oracle

Halifax-Hants 2 Brit. Press-Day

Hereford, Hull 3 St. James's Chron.

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Huntingd.-Kent 4 Sun-Even. Mail

Ipswich 1, Lancas. Star-Traveller

Leices. 2--Leeds 2 Pilot-Statesman

Lichfield, Liver. 6 Packet-Lond.Chr.

Maidst. Manch. 4 Albioi--C. Chron.

Newc.3,-Notts. 2 Courier-Globe

Northampton Eng. Chron.--Ing.

Norfolk, Norwich

La Cour d'Angleterre

N:WalesOxford 2 Cour. de Londres

Portsea-Pottery 15otherWeekly P.

Preston-Plym. 2 17 Sunday Papers

Reading -Salisb. Hue & Cry Police

Salop-Sheffield2 Lit. Adv. monthly

Sherborne, Sussex Bath 3- Bristol 5

Shrewsbury Berwick -Boston

Staff. Stamf. 2 Birmiogham 4

Taunton—Tyne

Wakefi.- Warw. Bury St. Edmund's

Worc. 2~YORK 3 Cainb.—Chatb.

IRELAND 37 Carli. --Chester 2 CONTAINING

SCOTLAND 24 Chelms. Cambria.

Jersey 2. Guern. 2. Meteorological Diaries for Joly & Sept. 194,286 Review of Dew Publications, viz.

niscellaneous Correspondence, &c. Bliss's Edit of Wood's Atheoæ, Vol. II. ...233 Select Epitaphs, by Cowper, Aikin, &c .... 195' Succisivæ Operæ; by the Rev. A. Meen ..236 Pit Exhibitions.-Mr.Westmacott's Statue 196 Mr. Mathew's Sermon on State of Religion 239 Mr. Monck Mason's History of Dublin, &e. 197 Dr. Booker's Two Assize Sermons............241 Historical Notices of Bartholomew Fair....199 Mr. Mandell's, on the Death of Mr. Keck 244 Architectural Proceedings at Westminster 201 Dibdin's Bibliotheca Spenceriana, Vol. IV. 246 Extracts from the MSS. of Dr. Ducarel.... 203 New Picture of Paris; by Edw. Planta....248 Faringdon ; Cirencester; Dorchester, Oxon. ib. Review or New MusicAL PUBLICATIONS. Roman Coins.-Drawings in Paper Office 204 Mr. Shield's Rudiments of Thorough Bass 250 Cooke's “Plautus."- Aaron Hill's Brother ibid. LITÉRARY INTELLIGENCE .... ...........252 Account of the Family of Clarke of Heston 205 SELĖct Poetry for Sept. 1815.......254–256 Ceremony of Trial of the Pis described.... 207

Historical Chronicle. Irish Precedency.--Mr.Marshal on Musick 208 Proceedings in late Session of Parliament 257 View of Donington Castle, co. Leicester... 209 Interesting lotelligence from Lond. Gazettes260 Bp. St. David's Third Address to Unitarians 210 Abstract of principal Foreiga Occurrences 266 Bp. Cleaver, bis Brother, &c.— A. Gilbie 213 Country News 271.--Domestic Occurrences872 Commentary on St. Luke, chap. xxiji. 22. ibid. Theat. Register.-- Promotions.-Preferinents273 BUONAPARTIANA 214.-Sweetapple Family: 216 Births, and Marriages of eminent Persons 274 Old Drainas 1o Mr.Warburton's Collection 217 Memorials of the Heroes of Waterloo, &c. 275 Society for promoting Christian Kuowiedge 222 Character of the late A. Goddard, 'Esq. ...ibid. The Bp. of Chester and the Bp. of Calcutta..ib. Memoir of the late James Hogben, Esq. ...276 Topographical Account of Sawston, Cambr.225 Account of Wm. Hurton, Esq. F. A. S. 5. ..277 Safety of the Monument on Fish-street Hill 230 Obituary, with Anec.of remarkable Persons 278 The Abbey of Caen.-Burlington House...231 Table of Stamp Duties 286.-Mortality...287 Infuence of Barberry Tree ?–T. Acon....232 Markets 287.— Stocks, Canal Shares, &c. 288 Enábellished with beautiful Perspective Views of the old DORMITORY in Dean's Yard, WESTMINSTER, and the Remains lately discovered there, and also of

the old Hall at CASTLE-DONINGTON, co. LeicesTER,

By SYLVANUS URBAN, GENT.

Printed by Nichols, Son, and Bentley, at CICERO's HEAD, Red Lion Passage, Fleet-sts. London;

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

METEOROLOGICAL DIARY rept AT EXETER.

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SELECT EPITAPHS.

On Mrs. Higgins, of Weston-under-Edge, (Continued from Part I. p. 292.)

near Newport-Pagnel, Bucks. Al Newport- Pagnel, Buckinghamshire. LAURELS may flourish round the ConOn T. A. HAMILTON.

queror's tomb, [to come :

But happiest they who win the World Pause here,and think! a monitory rhyme Believers have a silent field to fight, Demands one moment of thy fleeting And their exploits are veil'd from human time: {bounding vein; sight;

(they dwell, Consult Health's sounding clock, thy They, in sonie nook, where little known Seems it to say, 'Life here has long to Kneel, pray in faith, and rout the hosts reign'?

[eye

of Hell: Hast thou the vigour of thy youth — an Eternal triumphs crown their toils divine, That beams delight - a heart untaught And all their triumphs, Mary, now are to sigh?

[at ease

thine. William CowPER., Yet fear: Youth, bealthful and oft-time Anticipates a day it never sees ; [aloud And many a tomb, like Hamilton's,

In the Church of St. Mary-le-Bow. Proclaims, •Prepare thee for an early In thee the fairest bloom of opening sbroud!' WILLIAM COWPER.

youth

[Truth,

Flourish’d, beneath the guard of Christian On John HOWARD, F. R. S.

That guiding Truth to Virtue form'd thy

mind, the Philanthropist.

(mankind.

And warm'd thy heart to feel for all HOWARD, tby task is done! thy Master How sad the change my widow'd days calls, [tant walls : now prove,

[love! And summons thee from Cherson's dis- Thou soul of friendship and of tender Come, well-approved, my faithful servant Yet holy Faith one soothing hope supo come!

home :
plies,

[skies. No more a Wanderer, seek thy distant That points our future union to the Loog have 1 mark'd thee, with o'er

Sacred to the memory of THOMAS ruling eye,

NEWTON, D.D. twenty-five years Rector And sent adiniring Angels from on high, 'of this Church, Dean of St. Paul's, and To walk the paths of danger by thy side, Bishop of Bristol. He resigned bis soul From Death to shield thee, and through to his Almighty Creator Feb. 14, 1782, snares to guide.

in the 79th year of his age. My Minister of Good, I've sped thy way, His remains were, according to his And shot through dungeon - glooms a desire, interred under the South aile of leading ray,

[relief, St. Paul's. Reader, if you would be furTo cheer by thee, with kind unlook'd

ther informed of his character, acquaint My creatures lost, and wbelm'd in guilt yourself with his writings. His second and grief;

wife, who had the happiness of living I've led thee ardent on through wonder- with him in the most perfect love upjog climes,

wards of 20 years, has caused this MonuTo combat human woes and human

ment to be placed as a testimony of her crimes:

[o'er, affection and gratitude to the kindest But 'tis enough, thy great commission's husband and must benevolent friend. prove thy love, thy farth, thy zeal, no

[dred, friends, Nor droop that far from Country, kia In the King's College Chapel,Old Aberdeen Thy life, to Duty long devoted, ends;

Memoria sacrum. What boots it when the high reward is

Henricus SCOUGAL, given ?

Reverendi in Christo Patris Patricii Or whence, the Soul triumphant springs Episcopi Aberdonensis filius; 13. to Heaven? JOHN AIKIN, M. D. Philosophiæ in hac Academia Regia

Per

more ;

Per quadriennium, totidemque annos sion of loyal subjects, and of firm,

ibidem Theologiæ Professor: consistent, and intrepid Defenders of · Eeclesiæ in Ayebterless uno anno. the British Constitution;- it seemed interstite Pastor,

to them that there was no siogle mea. Multa in tam brevissimo curriculo spre better calculated to promote Didicit, præstitit, docuit.

this desirable end, than the endowCæli avidus et cælo maturus,

ment of Exhibitions at the Eight Obiit Anno Dom. 1678*, Ætatis suæ xxvIII.

great Public Schools in this Kingdom,

namely, Et hic exuvias mortalitatis posuit.

Winchester The Charter House It may, perhaps, be unnecessary to Westminster Merchant Taylors' add, that his excellent Treatise, « On Eton

Saint Paul's; and the Life of God in the Soul of Man," Harrow Rugby was first communicated to the publick for Boys not on the Foundations of in 1677, by Dr. Gilbert Burnet, Bishop these Schools, nor otherwise provided of Salisbury. It was re-published, for at either of the Universities. Such with a recommendatory Preface by Exhibitions to be denominated Pitt Dr. Wishart, Principal of the College ExHIBITIONS,” and to be endowed of Ediuburgh. The other works he with not less than one THOUSAND left are three Latin manuscripts, viz. POUNDS eacb. A short System of Ethicks, or Moral One third of the Admission Fee Philosophy; a Preservative against (which has been iocreased from three the Artifices of Romish Missionaries; to four guineas) of all persons elected a Treatise of the Pastoral Care ; Members of “the Piti Club in Looand an English Ms. of Occasional don,” the previous Members having Reflections and Moral Essays; none also contributed One Guinea each, of which are yet printed.

bas been, for some time, and still con

tinues to be, appropriated towards *** P. 3. Inscription for a Cottage, raising a Fund for the endowment of for deck read decks. - In that for a

these Exhibitions; and a considerable Shepherd's Hut, for airs read arts.

sum is already produced, If, how, In the Inscription at Aldersbrook, for ever, it is confined to the Mother the line

Club, it will necessarily be some years To view the Hermit's lonesome residence, before this great object will be fully read

accomplished at all the different To these fair groups of venerable shade,

Schools. On the other band, should The walk, &c.

the Pitt Clube established in the va.

rious parts of Great Britain think Mr. URBAN,

Sept. 1.

.proper to aid the design by douations, N addition to the sum of 5001. pre- it might at once be effected ; a Suba LONDON” to the Voiversity of Cam Member would immediately complete bridge, as mentioned by your Corre- the necessary Fund. To the honour spondent T. W, in vol. LXXXV. i. of Scotland, this has been already p. 605, the Members of that respecto acted upon by the Dundee Club, ale able and patriotic Iostitution have though the Schools proposed to be given considerable sums for the pro- endowed are all English Schools; and motion and encouragement of other it is conceived, that it is only becesgreat public objects, such as "the sary for the design to be known, Society of Schoolmasters," &c. And to receive the assistance of every as it has ever been a leading object True Pittite throughout the United with the Members of “the Pitt Kingdom. CLUB" in London to impress on the It is much to be regretted, that the minds of the rising generation a due 'surplus of the Fuod subscribed in Mr, veneration for the name, the charac. Pitt's life-time for the erection of his ter, the virtues, and, above all, for Statue, has not been applied to the the principles of Mr. Pitt: from'a above purposes for it appears, that thorough conviction that by so doing after paying Mr. Westmacoti for the they should adopt the most effectual bronze Statue he is now upon, there means for securing a constant succes- will be upwards of seven thousand

pouuds left unapproprialed ; and in * On the 13th of June, wbat manper can it be so permanently

and

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