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Prices of Canal and Dock Property, &c.

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Ewens J. jun, South Bersted, victüaller, April 16 Norman J. Wellugton, sergo maker; April 23,
Fieckno J. Davertry, shopkeeper, April 27 Page J Reclourd Bury, farmer, May 1
Forster R-Old Broad street, merchant, April 16 Palyart I. London street, merciant, April 16
Galpin T. Honiton, grocer, April 23

Partridge A. Wapping, merehaut, Aril 23
Gardner M. Sonthwark, Itnen draper, April 16 Peirse W. J. Johu street, Kent roal, victualler,
Goom J. Buckland Common, Bucks, timber mer. May 11
chant, April 97

Pierce W. Holborn, wux chapeller, Arril go Greenwood H. Walker mill, Lancaster, corn miller, Pitmaa J. M. Sun street, tallow chandler, April * April 27

Porter T. Birminghan, merchant, May 11 Hagreen J. Bury St. Barrunds, grocer, April 16 Price I. Siepury, on tertaker, April 27 Huiden E. Hazle Eod. Essex, horse dealer, May 7

Prince P Sheffield. grocer, April 07 Hamond J. Cheapside, glorer, May 1

Pyne 1 Lower Tooting vietoaller, April 20 Handley 1. Kenilworth, maltster, April 23

Ramsay J. Old Broad sir, merchant, April 13 Handley T. Waskott, Warwick, salesman, April 23 Read w, Crediton, Serge miker, April 23 Harris 1. St. Ives, scrivener. April 20

Reader M. Bristol, fancy dress maker, April 30 Harris W. Totnes, mercer, May 11

Rose R. Chudleigh, innholder, April 16 Haswell F T. Peckham, dealer, May 11

Sack S. Great Coggeshall, tanner, April 37 Haywood I. Waroford court, broker, May 1

Saxon R. Manchester, grocer, May 11 Herbert S. &II. Tokenhouse yard, brokers, April 20 Scarratt R. R. Cannock, innkeeper, May 7 Hiles T. Shrewsbury, miller, May 7

Seabrooke J. Leadenhall street, man's morcer, Hill J. Bristol, grocer, May 7

April 20 Honte J. Derby, inokeeper, May 4

Sharpley C. Cambridge, pentuiner, April 23 Hughes D. Kingsbridge, watch maker, April 16 Shoel J. Houndsditch, merchant, April 27 Hunter W. East sir. Manchester square, carpenter, Shuttleworth H. Ludgate hill, dealer, April 16 April 23

Smith J. Vere street, tripeman, May 11 Huntriss H. Liverpool, merchant, May 7

Smith J. J. Cannon street, wine inerchant, May il Jacob B Bartholomew Close, merchant, April 27 Smith T. Upper Buttenhall, butter factor, May 11 Jenks W. Aldermanbury, siik weaver, April 20 Stockley k. Ivetsey Bauk, Stafford, inukeeper. Jones J. Denbigh, Saddler, May 11

May 11 Lander G. Birmingham, jeweller, April 27

Sutcliffe T. Lad lane, and J. Broadbent, Halifat, Lander J. Hampstead road, boot maker, April 23 calico magufacturers, May 11 Laycock T. Minories, slopseller, April 23

Tazewell S. Bridgewater, giocer, April 23 Le Cappelasa E. Gray's Inn lane, victualier, May 11 Thompson C. Bishopsgate street, merch. April 18 Lemoine L. J. Oxford street, hatter, April 27 Trent S. Teoril, millas, May 11 Lloyd J. New court, Old Broad str. merch. May 4 Tyndall J. Birmingham, plater, May 7 Long W. Hailsham , surgeon, April 30

Voyce J Up'on upou Severn, grocer, April 30 Machichael J. & Co. Bridgnorth, carpet manufac. Walter W. Crawf rd suret, cabinet maker, April to turers, April 07

Watt D. Southwick, shir builder, April 30 Mapping J. Loddiswell, butcher, April 27

Westwood C. Bristol, merchant, April 23
Medwin W. W High Wycombe, maltster, May 11 White R. Queen street, wine merchant, May il
Metcalf R. Scarborough, merchant, April 30 Whitehouse W. & J. Galan, Liverpool, merchants,
Musgrove J. Swallow street, jeweller, May 7

May 4
Newcomb W. Vine street, Westminster, scrivener, Wilson G. Myton, York, miller, April 20

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Prices of Canal Shares, fr. in the Month of April, 1816, at the Office

of Mr. Clarke, 39, Throgmorton Street,
Div.

Div.
per Per share.

per Per share. : Ann.

Ann.
CANALS.
1. 1.

WATER-WORKS. f. s. l.
Birmingham

36 0 740
East London, .

065 Coventry

44 01760
Kent ..

2 0 30 Ellesmere and Chester 1-4 o 74

West Middlesex

25 Grand Junction

8 o 150

INSURANCE COMPANIES. Kennet and Avon

15 ol 10 Albion Stourbridge

15 0 190

Atlas Stratford on Avon

Globe

.6 0102 Worcester and Birmingham

26 Imperial

MISCELLANEOUS.
East India

0136
Highgate Archway

8
London
o 75 10 Auction Mart .

is
이 0 145

Surrey Institution.
BRIDGES.

English Copper Conipany

17 Strand Annuities. 60l. pd. i prem. Vaushall, 100l. pd.

80 12:11

JOHN CLARKĖ, "MA"."!!

Canal Agent and Banketa

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DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS, FROM MARCII 10, 1613, TO APRIL 25, 1816, BOTH INCLUSIVE. Days. Bank pet Cl. 13 por c. percus per C. Long

India

Iristi 8 percel Imp. Stock.

So, Sc«,0.9,s. New,S, siper.ct. por Day 1816.

Consol Redu, Consols. Cons. Navy. Anns. 5 perc Imp Anns. Omnium. Stock. Stock. Arins. Sea Ani Iud. Bon.

EX. Bills.

for Ac. Tick Mar. 20

100 898 13. prn.

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89 90 Jis pr.

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All Exchequer Bills, dated prior to the month of January, 1815, have been advertised to be paid off, and the Interest thereon has ceased.

N. B. The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally published by John Castaign, in the year 1713, and published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by

JAMES WETENHALL, Scock-Broker, No. 7, Capel.court, Bartholonew-lane, London,

On application to włom, the original documents for was a century past may be read).

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT. THE heavy rains that fell in the midland counties about the middle of "last month, have very much impeded the seasonable pursuits in agriculture. Great breadths of arable land bave been inundated by the floods, and cannot be sown this spring. Most of the lands iatended for barley, with clay subsoils, have been so much saturated with the redundanc water, as to make them very lace before they can be in a state to seceive the seed, which they do at last not kindly,

The young wheats have much recovered in the last monih ; and great breadths, that had the appearance of land under fallow, promise a tolerable crop.

The rains have greatly impeded the barley-sowing, except upon the very light soils; but the early-scwn has sprung up a full and regular plant,

Beans and peas, and all the carly planted leguminous tribe, come up strong, and promise

The soiling species are very backward, but a regular crop. The late cold weather has noc only kept back this kind, but the whole of the vegetable tribe in this climate,

Amongst the destruction of the brassica, the Swedish turnip rears its bardy head, and im. presses the farmer with the importance of its extended cultivation.

The rains of last month have shewn most clearly the great and important advantages of under-draining arable land; and as the dry weather approaches, it will appear what part of the field should be drained first.

full crop.

CORN EXCHANGE, APRIL 22.-Wheat, foreign, 53s. to 815.-Do. English, 555. to 845, Rye, 235. to 31s.--Barley, 23s. to 325.-Malt, 538, 10655.-Oats, 188. to 30s.--Fine Flour, bos. to 655.; Seconds, 555, to 60s.

SMITHFIELD MARKET, APRIL 22.-Beef, 35. 8d. to 45. 10d.-Mutton, 4si od. to ss. od. -Lamb, 6s, to 75. 60.-Veal, 4s. Bd. to 6s. od.-Pork, 4s, od. to s. od. per stone of 8 lbs,

Hay, 31. to 31. 55.-Straw, il. gs. to 11. 185.--Clover, 41, to 61. 105.

Hops, New Pockets.-Kent, 6l. os. to gl. os. --Sussex, sl. 155, t 71. 185.- Essex, 71, 10 gl.-Farnham, 101, 10s. to 161.

8.28

8/16

8/16

160

155

Average Prices of Corn,
By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, from the Returns received in the Week ended

April 20, 1816.
MARITIME COUNTIES.

INLAND COUNTIES.
Districts.
Wheat. Rye. Burles. Oats.

Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. s. d. s. ds.

d. s.
d.

S. d. S. d. s. d. s. d. 1st Essex, 157 - 5190 0123 081 8 Middlesex, 159 6130

9 24

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58 4
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Surrey,

165 832 0 26 494 10 Sussex, 160

9
25 6128 6

Hertford, 58 10 30 0 25
Ed Suffolk, 16C 1028 0123 3 18 2

Bedford, 55 0 32 021 018
Cambridge, 58 1] 21

6
Huntingdon, 54

£1 9119 2 Sd Norfolk, 58 9/30 080 8/16 8 Northampton, 57 4

21 4 17 6 tih Lincola, 02. 11 15 7 Rulland,

56 0

8. 3/18
York,
54 11 33 124

9
Leicester,

1138

093 17 Sth Durhain, 59 84 32 0/20

Nottingham, 160 836 0 26 019
Northumb.
7/18 0 22 11/18 7 Derby, 157 8

29

691 Oth Cumberland, 67 6135 4125

3 18 0 Stattord, 64 10 27 11119
Westmorland, 1973
1 34 0 25. 71c0 11 Salop, 160

317 7 7th Lancaster,

19

Hereford, 57 098 Be
Chester, 5910

158 332

027 lei 10 8th Flint,

157
25
Warwick, 62 6

5/99
Denbigh, 54

3 16

Wilts, 60 61 25 691
Anzlesen,
55

098 9 Berks, 639 27 229 - Carnarvon,

93 015 6
Oxford, 58 0

20 10 21
Merioneth,

28
Bucks.. 58 7

23

620 Orh Cardigan,

en 0 10

Brecon,

53' 3/32 oleo 5.08 0 Pembroke,

21
18 10 10
Montgoniery, 160

719 918 11 Carmarthen, 1520 18.8 19. 1 Radnor, 151

26 316 5 Glamorgna, 58 1 25 417 Both Gloucester, 57 11

o 20 6
Somerset,
63
714 0

AVERAGE OF ENGLAND AND
Monmouth, 161

WALES. Itth Devon,

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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

From March 26, 10 April 230h,, 1816. Kept by C. BLUNT, Philosophical Instrument-cuaker, 38, Tavistock-st. Covent-Garden.

Moon. Day

Barometrical Pressure. Temperature
Wind. Max, Min. Mean. Max Min. Mean.

35

Fair

48

38

Mar.26 SE

27 E
28
29 E
30 NE

31 N
Apr.) NW

2 NW
3 NW
4

W
5
6 NE
7 NR
8 NE
9

E
10 SE

E
12 E
13 NE
14 E
13N E
16 SW
17 S
18 S
191 SE
201

E
21
22! SE
23 SE
24 SE
231 SE

30'21 30:19 30:19.5 48
30*25 30 23 30'24 50
30'27 30' 25 30*26 49
3029 30 28 30*2851 49
30 27 30 20 30 23 49
80 10 29 80 29'05 50
30 29'86 29.93 49
30:16 30 3008 50
30 3: 30.24 30 30549
30' 42 3025 30*33
3024 30:16 30:20

50
3020 30.10 3015 50
30:10

30 30'05 49
29 90

29.85 29.828 48
29987 29986 29.66549
29 91 29.88 29.89
29.56 29:55 29.5.55 51
29'58 2 y:56 | 29:57 50
2961 29:59 29.00
29 60

29.58 30
29.54 29 52 2953 50
20:53 29:51 2932 52
29.60 | 29.50

29 55 53 29 792970 29 745 53 29'82 2981 29.513 54 29.60 2970 29.75 52 29 74 29.72 29•73 54 29 78 29.76 29.77

56 30 29 80 29.90

58 30* 30 30

63 30.09 30.06 30*0751 04

36 34 33 33 26 29 31 32 28 32 33 33 32 30 36 35 35 33 28

52

41.5 |Fair
42

Fair
41.5

Fair 41

Fair
41

Fair
38
39 Fair
40*5. Fair
40'5 Fair

Fair

Fair 4105 Fair

Fair

Fair 3905 Fair

Fair 43 Fair 42.5 Snow 42.3 Snow 39 Spove 39:5 Hait 42 Rain 45.5 Fair 43

Fair 47

Fair 435

Rain 46 Rain 50*5 Rain 53

Fair 55.5 Fair 56.5 Fair

29 56

32 38 33 40 35 38 45

48
49

.

RESULTS OF THE MONTH. Mean barometrical pressure 29*886 Mean temperature

43'193 Maximum, 30*42 wind at W Maximum, 64

wind at S. E. Minimum, 29:50 wind at S | Minimum, 26

wind at N. PREVAILING WINDS-NI-NE 6 --E 0-6E7-S2-SW1-W2-N W:

Mean Bar. Pres. Mean Tin.. From the area on the 28th March, to the ) on the 5th April, 30.172

39-037 From the D on the sili, to the on the ilih March.

29'996 41'16 From the on the 11th March to the ) on the 19th

29.591

42.125

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A TRIP TO PARIS IN AUGUST AND SEP- mud and water, without any pavement TEMBER, 1815.

for pedestrians, who for shelter from (Continued from p. 293.) carriages and horses must fly between IN the inorning, between five and six the projecting stones about two feet o'clock, we passed through St. Denis, high placed against the fronts of the where English and Prussian soldiers houses; though in consideration of the mounted guard together; and now on foot-passengers being obliged to walk in iny right hand appeared Montmartre, the middle of the street, there seems to through a clearer atmosphere than I had be a proportionate degree of circumbeen used to in England; and Paris lay spection in the drivers of carriages. The before me-Paris! the object of my narrowness of the streets is increased in journey-Paris, the arena of so many san- appearance by the loftiness of the houses. guinary frays among its own inbabitants; These are built of stone, four, five, and the scene of imperial ovations over con- more stories high. Between the ground quered nations, the twice subdued capital floor and the first floor there is frequently of the Gauls

-lay before me hushed and a low story called entresol, but the first still, like the giant Polyphemus, stretched floor is very lofty, with what are called out in sleep, glutted with blood, and in- in England Adam's windows. These, toxicated with glory, or stupefied with and the cornices carved in front of the disgrace. The mind under such peculiar houses between the stories, the ornacircumstances seems, like a bird with ments about the windows, the iron baexpanded wings, poised over a scene of lustrades, and Venetian blinds, give an countless objects, passively receiving a air of grandeur to these buildings, comthousand impressions from the past, the pared to which the low brick houses in present, and the future, without taking London have a mean appearance. The the pains for the moment to arrange or latter, however, must be allowed the . correct the motley chaos.

preference as to cleanliness and comfort Thus having yielded my mind to the within, the houses in Paris being for the confused impressions and recollections major part inbabited by more than one that crowded upon it, we entered Paris; family, which, considering the want of when I was soon recalled from my reve. common sewers, might well habituate so ries by the stench from a gutter in the crowded a population to dirt and stench, middle of a street through which we The staircases, used in common by more passed. Arrived, about six o'clock in than one family, cannot be supposed to the morning, at the house where - my be kept very clean; a carpet on any companion Mr. Commissary usually staircase would be almost ridiculous, stopped, I was set down there, and in- where in the rooms they are a rarity. vited in by the master, who conducted The narrowness of the streets of course me into the front room on the first floor. admits not of much light in the house, so The mistress of the house was still in that the staircases in many of them are bed in au alcove (recess), the folding buried in darkness all day long. This dnors being open, and her husband talk- description applies particularly to that ing to her whilst be was in the room part of Paris which lies on the same side with me. Supposing that the lady would of the Seine as the Tuileries; pot buc wish to rise, I continued for some minutes that there are here also some tolerably standing at the window with my back wide streets, such as the Rue St. Honoré, towards the recess. I was right, for St. Denis, and St. Martin, and particuwhen I turned round, there was Ma- larly the Rue St. Antoine. The quarter dame, en negligé, wbo made me an apo on the opposite side of the Seine, called logy, with a curtsy of course.

the Faubourg St. Germain, contains the Paris inmediately presents to the palaces and residences of the first classes visitor from England, in a striking man- of the nation. The streets here have ner, the characteristics of parrow streets few slops, are cleaner, though not very with a gutter in the middle filled with wide between the walls that inclose New MONTHLY MAG---No. 29.

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