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Historical Chronicit.

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For the YEAR MDCCCIII. .

VOLUME LXXIII.

PART THE SECOND.

PRODESSE ET DELECTARE. E PLURIBUS UNUM.
jamo!

By SYLVANUS URBAN, Gent.

LONDON, Printed by NICHOLS and SON,

at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage, Fleet-Street ;
where LETTERS are particularly requested to be sent, Post-PAID.

And sold by J. HARRIS (Successor to Mrs. NEWBERY),
the Corner of St. Paul's Church Pard, Ludgate-Stret. naas.

GENERAL LERARE
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA

as now poffeffors

,

"I caft a pleasing look within.
Here I, with truth it may be said,
Write for the living, wake the dead, 0019,
Converse with those who liv'd of

yote
Andfeed on what they fed before,
led; tranfiction at command appears,
gbt, Bring back to view a thousand years.

Now, in heroic verse, we'll ftaten
At tbat sound when I pass the gate, ast'?.
Bounces old Cerb'rus from his bed,
Not grac'd with a bree, but with one head,
"Bullies, in thundering strains about,
Resolv'd to keep invaders out;
But instant, finding who I am,
Converts the monster to the lamb,
Smiles at me with that mouth and eye

Rais'd, the paß moment, to destroyi
Purup,

Makes his tremendous jaws expand,
Which orderly begm to chime,

And leads me gently by the hand; Ending in measure tipp'd with rhime. Severity might give him blows,

At Birmingham I meet my boy, Humanity, the pat bestows. But nęyer meet him without joy ;

The birds, my little grove retaio, For life to melancholy teadsgu

Welcome me with their chearful Arain, Were we to live without Qur friends; In gratitude they fing their best,

helt Nay, if to lofieide we give,

Becaule elley bold a peaceful neft ; How can we then be said to live?

For neither bird or ner have been Thoughts of the pen are now laid by, Disturb'd fince first my grope was seen; On paper only caft an ege:

A place, perhaps, by right divine, of 'Twill suit you, Sir, to buy this lot,

As much

heir freehold as tis mine;
The best and cheapelt fore we've got And, though we both are
Nay, Sir, it will my warehouse fill; May both bequeath it our successors ;
Norit, take all, pay when you will." Nor shall in the frott be said

My glafsçs, newspapers, and l- late, Te'er withheld a crumb of bread. is Enter the parlour to be private

My pair of
the Musę engage,

so Let's see what Ratesmen are contriving, Who, in my lepi see old age : If the politic nags they're driving.

They hear my voice, they make no ftand, But how can I men's actions view, But take the bread from mafter's hand, Who know so little what they do? Perceiving an exhausted atore,

My joyous breakfast comes at last in, Lovingly follow me for more. I relish like a pløụgh-man fafting ; I turn; which their dull footstep check, Chat with all

{ So my poor lads,” and pat their necks, nothing faid, They dever knew a treatment hárth, Till Mully finishes debates,

Strangers to wapt, as to the lash. Opens with, “ Sir, the dinner waits.!" I meet my servants growing old, Who would not enter, with all bis heart, But never meot them with a scold ; poja? To taste plumb-pudding, pye, or diffart. My equals, in an eye divinę, Let me to these sweet dishes join,

Why not my equals then in mine?
And you, my friend, may cake sur-loin. Pufs cocks her tail, begins to crawl,

Nought now remains (the floor well trod) And rubs her side against the wall:
But warm my shins, or take-a'nod, She ne'er in all her life has spoke,
Piti gloves are on, hat o'er the eye, Or the would fay, "Give me a Ároke."
'striking five, and good by.

girl the ! I meet with bows, and how d'ye do. Rises to meet me, while the joy

MOJE Rain and I each other chace, Takes fuit poffeffion of her eyes
We're often found in close embrace ; Where is the man that could look glum,
Though fair withont, and pure within,

Who sees the best of women come! “I dun na like her fuck my kid,!". Whatever comfort age can find,

When Aston steeple Arikes the eye, Lies in the store. house of her mind. It steals, for hen I lov'd; a fish,

Now gafilen, coaverse, book, of pea, One mile walk'do'er, the tray'ler fees Tea,- Tupper, music, please till ten; My little cbt peep, taronght the ageles,

lights" ir Dear coç! for chirty years inclin'd I nse, and burrow for the night. To fumit me ini pence of mind egal or bleffings/căn I wife for incre de Which neer gave anxious thought or figh, Tbey amply satisfy fourscore. Uncitore fourcheneti ot, jály

Fhips Lenoy, others. partakings is) Beduç'd to aches by ill men,

A lide heasen of my

making: But from hier alles rose again.

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LOND. GAZETTE

Coventry

GENERAL EVEN.

Cumberland

Lloyd's Evening

Doncaster

Dorchelt. Der

St. James's Chron.

Brit.Press--Globe

Exe:er, Glouce

Literary Journal

Hereford, Hulf

London Chron.

Ipswich

London Evening

IRELAND 38

The SunStar

LEICESTER

London Packet

Leedls 2-Lew

English Chron.

Liverpool 3

Whiteball Even.

Maidstone

Times Briton

Mancheter 3

Morning Chron.

Newcastle 2

Morning Herald

Northampton

Ledger-M.Poft

Norwich 2

Courier-Ev.Ma.

Norringham

Dai. Ad. & Oracle

OXFORD

Morning Advert.

Portsmouth

The Traveller

Reading Salil

Commerc. Chron.

SCOTLAND 12

18 Weekly Papers

Sheffield

Bath 3, Briftol

Sherborne, Sur

Birmingham 2

Shrewit... Suffo

Blackburn--Bury

Staffordshire

CAMBRIDGE 2

Stamford 2

Canterbury 2

Winchester

Carlife-Chefter

Worcester 2

Chelmsford

CONTAINING

YORK 3

Meteorological Diary Average Prices ofCorn6o6Burials in Churcli-yards---Plague of Darkness 63
Yoluntary Contributionsin Aid of Government 607 Funerals-Epitaphsin Edmonton Church.yd. 67
Mrs. Piozzi on Dr. Johnson's. MS Letters ibid. LordChancellor King-Rev. Mr.Winter,&c ibi
Vials of Wrath in the Revelatiôus'explained 609 Le Comte de Mantaigne-The Baron Griffin 6
Erroneous Charge against Vaccination refuted ib. E. of Arundel's Atrainder Double Surnames. 63
An original Letter from Sir Hans Sloane 610 Fireat WestminsterAbbeyaccurately described 6
Letter from Dr. J. Wallisto Sir H. Sloane ibid. The two Zodiacs of the Temple of Tentyr i 63
Description of Northlcet Church vindicated 6u Pursuits of Architect. Innovation, No.LX111.64
Tribute to the Memory of the late Mr. Boys 612 Salisbury Cathedral&Chapter-housedescribed 64-
Halesowen Church, is Shropshire;elescribed 613 Monument to Memory of Savage--Stallings ibic
Dr. Peart on Inflammation of the Bowels 616 REVIEW OF NEW PUBLICATIONS;

Practicalfriformation on Strangulated Rypiure617 A rough Sketch of Modern Paris...
On the early Architecture of this Country 618 PublicCredit in Danger-Bp. Killaloe'sSerm. 65
The luscription on the Alexandrian Pillar 620 Practical Sermons by Rev. Theoph: St. Jolin 65
Stoney Middleton Chapel-- ¥apton Church 621 History of Plethy' ;-Leopold, &c. &c. &c. 66

Account of High Roding Church, &c. Eflex ibid. INDEX INDICATORIUS

66

Original Letters from Addisou and Young $22 SELECT POETRY,Antient and Modern 664-66
The PanJICTOR, periodical Paper, N°XX. 623 Proceedings in thepresentSession of Parliamen: 66
Fáll of Rain and Evaporation at Liverpool 626 Interesting Intelligence from LondouGazettes 67

Vengeance, or Count of Julian,” explained ibid Abstract of the principal Foreign Occurrences 69
Echinites-Misrepresentation --The Fire Flyoz7 The dignified Conduct of the King of France 67
Epilepsy?"Thoughts on New-Year'sD.y628 News from Country--Domestic Occurrences 68
Descent and Alliances of Dr. Wm. Egerton 029 A particular Account of Rebellion in Ireland 68
Technical Terms in Architect. Innovation" 631 Marriagcsand Deathsofeminent Persons683-69
Church Service -- Miscellaneous Information 632|Daily Variations in the Prices of the Stocks 70

Embellished with beautiful Perspective Views of the Churches of HALES Owen,

SHROPSHIRE; YAPTON, SUSSEX '; and High RODING, ESSEX; , OCTAGON
CHATEL at STONEY MIDDLETON, DERBYSHIRE; and various Autographs, .

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Printed by NICHOLS and son, at Cicero's Head, Red-Lion Paffage, Fleet-street, London

where all Letters to the Editor are desired to be addressed, Pos T-PAID. 1803. .

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INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
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THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,

For JULY 1803.

chiefly

Mr. URBAN, July 7. am willing to shew you), not a par-
K* *N the present state ticle can be found different from

of national affairs, the publication I have been called I the extreme of apa- on to explain. It now remains thy and alarm is e

to examine how Mr. Murqually to be avoided; phy came to print it with so much

but, if we are really more accuracy, because he certainly desirous of strengthening the arm never pofleffed my manuscripts for of Government, we ought not to half an hour in his life; and, if he wait the tardy operation of Acts of had, the fault is in the original leta Parliament.

ter, as in the printed copy. There is little doubt of there That I should be flow to suspect being 250,000 inhabitants in Great any thing written by Johnson could Britain who can very well afford to be nonsense, is natural enough: but contribute Forty Pounds each, on Mr. Lyfons looked over his papers an average, out of their capital. with me very carefully; and thoughi

If contributions on this plan were we must naturally have read themi to commence immediately in every together more than once, the error town throughout the kingdom, I always escaped our detection, and am convinced that Government I do think would never have been would receive at least Ten Mil- found out by, Sir, your most obediLIONS within a month ; the opera- ent servant,

H. L. Piozzi: tion of the Income Tax might be poftponed; the contributors would

Mr. URBAN,

July 16. deserve the thanks of their

country,

I

HOPE the following observa. and at the sanie time would best tions

may be acceptable to some consult their real interests.

of your readers. If they do not Yours, &c. AmicUS. PATRIÆ. appear to be well founded, still

they may stimulate other persons to Brynbella,near Denbigh, investigate the subject farther. It

is extremely awful; and particularSAID that, when we returned ly connected with the turn of our

to Wales, I would look over Dr. thoughts in these times, and our Johnton's Manuscript Letters; and meditations concerning the divine my diligence was quickened by a Dispensations! literary friend, who, speaking of In chap. xvi. of the Revelation the charge your correspondent S.S. of St. John, the directions to the brings against me for negligence, Angels, with the Vials of wrath, made me read the same passage as especially the first five Vials, or the it stands in Mr. Murphy's edition, most part of them, appear to be where the words are well arranged, intended against the Papal power. and the paragraph cleared from all The Fourth Vial has been calcuembarrasiment.

lated, in a very striking manner, In the manuscript letter, how. by Mr. Fleming, to be poured out ever, (which I thewed him, and on France, as one chief adherent

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