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ONDON, Printed by and for Nichols and son,

at Cicero's Head, Reil Lion Paluge, Fleet-Street ;
nere LETTERS are particularly requested to be sent, Post-PAID.
And sold by J. HARRIS (Successor to Mrs. NEWBERY),
le Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard, Ludgate-Street. 1804.

EENERAC LERARE
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGE

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G338 ON THE COMPLETION OF HIS SEVENTY-FOURTH VOLUME. vi74

N'golden times, contending Por's ried

To fing the Hero of their country's birth;
But, in there days of party-praise and pride,

Who raise their voice in praise of modest worth?
Yet to Parnassian height his name thall go,

And place him in the constellation there with SWIFT;
For, know, he ranks with those that did bestow

On Britain's Crown her choiceft, noblett gift.
Mine be it, then, though with a junior Muse

Of humbler vein, this labour to effay :
For candid Fame to Truth shall ne'er refuse

Another record to a New-YEAR'S DAY,
The grateful Sons of Letters yet unborn

Thee, URBAX, for thy genius fhall adore ;
Whofe desultory studies shall adorn

Their Country's name, and swell the rising store,
Whether, like BOYLE of Newton, they shall trace

Mysterious' Nature to her secret source,
Range the ftarr'd Poles, or through unbounded space
O’ertake the burning Comet’s rapid course;

whether they, more fav’rites yet of Heav'n,
Like SUAB SPEARE or like Milton seek to vie,
To Poesy's soft phrenzy often given,

Twine round their brows the bays that never die.
Here shall the Poet frame the votive lay,

To URBAN's praise in ages yet to conie;
E "Yes," thall some raptur'd Bard be heard to say,

« T was URBAN's labours rear'd the swelling tome."
Hence, long as Time fhall hold his waining glass,

Within thy Repertory their works shall shine,
o
GEORD Sons of Science, yearly as they pass,

Their choiceft gifts together fhall entwine.
Bless'd be their names who seek the Public Good,

Deny'd by none who know their Country's right;
Instruction is a blessing, like a flood,

Sweeps all before it in a flood of light.
Urge boldly on, by fair renown be led,

Just as of old in classic days when try'd,
Proud as Scamander, when Jove's offspring said,

" Rife, Ilion, rife!" and Ilion rear'd her head,
Deç, 31, 1804.

H. Lemarne.

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Doncaster Lloyd's Evening

Dorchert. Derhv St. James' Chron Brit. Press - Glohe

Exeter, Gloucest Literary Journal

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Ipswich
London Chron.
London Evening

IRELAND 38
The SunStar

LEICESTER

Leeds 2 - Lewes London Packet

Livmopool
English Chron.
Whitehall Even.

Maid lone

Marchalter 3
Times-Briton
Morning Chron.

New a "le 3
Morning Herald

Norwich z
Ledger-M. Poft
Courier-Ev.Ma.

Jermagnam
Dai. Ad. & Oracle

123 #XFORD

Portsmouth
Morning Advert.
The Traveller

{ag--galil. Commerc Chron.

SCOTLAND 12

Sehield 18 Weekly Papers Bats 3, Briftol 5

Sherborne, Sarry Birmingham 3

Strewsb.--Suffex Blackburn-- Bary

Staffordshire

Stamford
CAMBRIDGE 2

Winchester
Canterbury 2
Carille--Chefter
CONTAINING

Worcester 2
Chelmsford
Meteorological Diary-Average Prices of Cor: 1606 Meteorological Diary for June kept as Bililock 637
Eighth Letter from Dr. Lettlom on Prifoos 607 Osservations on the Sola: Maculæ nu Feculæ ibid
Mr.Neild's Remarks ou Prisons, Lunatics, &c. 609 Area of England and Wa'es in M!!es and Acres 638
Kil'sCoily House-Dr. Uvedale: - Ships of Waiio 12 Pipolation in a Square Mile in each County 639

escription of Rivalx and Kirk Atall Abbeys 6.3 Farther Observations on Bimming'am Mist 619 Diffenting Mpitters at Chethont-Rubric 014 Technical Terms ir Architetral Innovatio. 6.11 The Quintal — Trinity Chupet--Chapels of E 1fe615 Obfervaiione on the Naturaison«my:f Bies 643 Mr. Whitfield's Progr-is in New Englaxd 616 Frayers in Work houses --Family of Perry 644 ThePROJECTOR a periud. Paper,N°XXX111.618 Queen An'ie's B vuoty? - ludex Injica:0;iis ibid Swallow:--Barnard Culie Fort-Seal, &c. 62. I REVIEW OF New PuBLICATIONS ; viz. An efy Remedy for Smoking Chimneys ibid Scutia depilia-Lives of English Ci siang 675 The C eligny Fê.e at Carrherwell describ: 6:2 Dijameton's Triatile ..:C:eitendam Winters 648 PropofsjEnablishment of Asylum forOucat5623 or. Wood's Remarks on Fever at Newcaitle 65, Torpid tyors wallows--Conqneon Strakipe ire 624 Hineit Apprehenfi.1ns-Perring? Sarm:n,&0.05 Remarks 0:1 Free Schels - Opucal Query 625 SELECT POETRY,Antient Modern664-658 On the Bremenium of Richard ví Cirencenter 620 Proceelings in prelert Sention of Pa:l'amco! 6.9 vir. Yates's Eilay on the Cultivation of Oas 6271: tereiting Intelligence from London Gazelle:672 The English Poftilion on the Sea Coalt 6. Providential Elcape of the Town of S.Heller 676 Original Le ters from the Rev. Thomas Alie: 629 Abitret of the principal Fureign Occurrences 67. improvements round Weimmier Abney 630 County News Domestic Occ:rence, &c. 682 Re narks “Pursuits of Architect. Innov." 6. Gazette and Civil Primation !'rufer nichts 686 Continuation of the Bu grupa Dramatica 63-dddinsan.Cirections to turnier0b cuar!e$637 Parfoits of Archite 1. Innovation NoLXX111.633 Marriages aoj Duittisoseminent Perfonis 637–699 Dr.Heylin--ant-but-Formation of Clouds635 Prices of G:11—The Bill of 12 utols., &C.699 Meteorological Diary to Jane kept at Hull 636 Daily Variations in the iPrices or tise Siocks 700 Embellined with a perspective View of RIVALX ABBEY in YORKSHIRE ; BARNARL CASTLE FONT ; ANTIENT SCULPTU. ES;

a curious SEAL, &c. &c.

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65 76
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52 59 50 /30 ,02 cloudy AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Recurns ending July 10, 1804. INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES. Wheat Rye Barley, Oats , Beans

Whea |Rye Barley Oats | Beans s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

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d Middles. 57 1129 329

0 28 2 38 6 Eflex

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23 3 34 6 Suffolk
45 3/27 025 0126

2 32 4 Hunting. 4? 1100 22 3 2 1

1 Cambrid. 45 300 0124 C|1g 8130 Northam. 51 C132 0123 4 22 8134 6 Norfolk 47 600

3122 81318 Rutland 52 000

622
32 o Lincoln

47 328 1024 221 Leicester 51 600 025

621
1 34 10 York

53 1137

8
25 11 22

9/36 10 Notting. 57 034

0 26
0 26 2 40 61 Durham 58 300 OO

0 24 6.00 Derby 59 2. CO 0 24 6123

o Northum. 55

2138 025 923 1138 Stafford 57 400 031 2 25 7418||Cumberl. 58 241 126 10624 40 Salop

37 32 6

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6/24 900 Hereford 43 1130 433 10/29 1043 Ic||Lancaft. 61

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443 4 Worcest. 48 800 030 530 939

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осо Brecon 52 3133 7129 2 24

ooo Cardigan 57 024 817 Mortgo. 49 1000 0100 021

Pembiok 49 1150 031 400

соо Radnor 45. roloc 0128 7:24 9.00 o Carmart. 04 600

Coo Ooo Glamorg. 57 icoo (37

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Gloucest. 18 tloo

0 27 324 8
Somerset 54 600
7128 5124 11137 Monm.

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52 900

Dovon 58 600 0127
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2122 2100 8'25 2/22 9134 71

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THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,

For JULY,

1804.

June 25

LETTER VIII. ON PRISONS. mental derangement demands our
MR. URBAN,
Sambrook Court, sympathy, and claims our fostering

care, by administering those alleXoooooo og HE pure morality, viations which tend to organize

the refined sensibi- and calm the distressed or violent T

lity, and universal operations of deranged intelle&, philanthopy, exem. as the best means of restoration to

plified in the cha- health, or security to personal safeBoottunayoof racter of the Au- ty. Indeed, the most rude as well thor of the Christian Religion, af- as civilized nations have devoted, ford lessons of the most extensive through every period of history, hrumanity, inspire sympathy with specific attention to this degraded distress, and energy to relieve it, in state of human nature; even the every ramification, whether of mind Philistines regarded with fraternal or body. He who, by his divine care, their avowed enemy. David, nature, was exempted from the hu- when he affumed a pretended luman frailty of fin, experienced the nacy; and modern Nations have pains and diseases incident to the very generally extended the means human constitution; for no malady of succour to this state of suffering could be more insupportable to the humanity. Lamentable, however, body than that of the bloody sweat, it is, that in many inttauces the or more distrelling to the sensibility exercise of our beneficence has not of a feeling mind, than the con- equalled that of the Philitines, as templation of afflictions which the subsequent letter evinces; much cqually level the mental and corpo- less that of the Redeemer, who ral powers, in mania., or melan- condescended to pay bis first visit choly, even below those of the alier his resurrection to one on beast that perisheth; and from his whom his fanative powers had been near 'alliance to, or at least friend- previously displayed, and to whom Daip with, one who had been the his kind attentions had been trevictim of seven attacks of lunacy, quently extended; for be thought his feelings must have been affec 110 object of either lex, however tionately alive to sympathy on such humble, when clevated by virtue, tryiug occafions. And indeed it unworthy of his friend thip; who, appears, that the first exercise of in the sublimity ofhisown character, his divine million was upon a Mac condescended to thed tears of synniac whom he found in 'ibe Tem- pathetic feeling for family distressple, and who must have been from « Jesus wept!" an example that ive violence of his fiate, as de- ought to inipire the human heart Icribed with apt and firong colour- with a laudable exertion to remove ing, eren dangerous to the safety the tears of affliction from every of the community. He that could feature of misery. controul the furiate strength of a

Before I conclude, perhaps, I Maniac, who, Seriptures say, ought to offer some apology for the broke cords and chains, has left an language of this aridrels, which the example, which we fhould adopt, reader may be disposed to censure of kindly protecting those whole

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