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Table, containing the Prices of Bullion and Courses of Exchange, from Nov. 24, 1815, to June 25, 1816, shewing the Intrinsic Vului

of Bullion in Great Britain, and the Intrinsic Pars of Exchange, according to the Mint Regulations for the Value of Gold and Silves at the respective Places ; shewing also the extreme High Price of Bullion, und extreme Courses of Exchange, occasioned by the extender Commercial Proscription that prevailed throughout Europe in the Years 1811, 1812 and 1813.

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Prices of Bullion and Courses of Exchange.

118s. 111s. 111s. 84 d.

8. Extreme Courses. 23 23 9 17 15 17 32 29 8 30 58 18

4 35

2 34 634 20124

8/34

45 65

6135 1036 35125 5525

39 639 2 12

2024

80/25

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34 34
23 7024
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36

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HAMUURG bills at st. or short date, (shil, Flem.) per £ Sterl. 34 3 Do, at two and a half or three months date, do.

-134 9 Paris, at sight or on lemand, francs & cents do.

25 21
Do, at two to three months date

do. -25 45
AMSTERDAM, at st. or on demand, (shil. Flem ) do. - 37 5
Do, at two to three months date

do.

(37 10 ROTTERDAM, (Florins current)

do, - 11 4 FRANKFORT á MAINE, (Balzen)

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LEGHIORN, Pence Sterling per Pezza, or Current Dollar 49 1
GENOA,
do.
do.

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VENICE, Livre per Pound Sterling
NAPLES, Pence Sterling per Ducat

42 57 Cadiz, do: per Piastre or Current Dollar

37 3 LISBON, do. per Milrea

61 DUBLIN, per cent, discount CORK, do.

Do.

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148

34 4 34 634

1035 35 3 34

10/35 235

4 35

8 35
24
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37 437 8 38

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141

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DAILY PŘICES OF STOCKS, FROM MAY 27, 1816, TO JUNE 22, 1916, BOTH INCLUSIVE, Bank 3 per Ct. 3 per Cl. 4 perCt 5 per C. Long Irish 3 per Ct, Imp.

India So. Sea O.S.S. New S. 5 per Ct. 34 per Day 34 per Day Consol Stock. Redu. Consols. Cons. Navy. 5 per Ct Imp. Anns. Omnium. Stock. Stock. Anns. Sea An. Ind. Bon. Ex. Bills. Ex. Bills.

for Ac. 27 2171218262

4034 777 77 945

204 pm.

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4 3 pr. 2 dis. 5 pr. 4 3 pr. 1645 2821842194025 3,63 43 777 8953 154

276

3 2 pr. 12 dis. 3 pru. 2 4 pr. 1643 29 220 204 4785 953 155

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2 dis. 2 pr. 11

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31 2231 41631 63 641 64 785 95 95 1513 16

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4 Holiday.
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All Exchequer Bills, dated prior to the month of July, 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 1712, and now published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by

JAMES WETENHALL, Scock-Broher, No. 7, Capel court, Bartholoinew-lane, London,

On application to whom, the original documents for our century past may be real.

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT. THE weather through the whole of the last month has been favorable to the crops of Ty descripcion, and, except a very few days, has been remarkably beneộcial to agricultural suits: Wheat has the appearance of a full crop even upon those lands where any crop all was doubtful at the beginning of spring. The drilled and dibbled crops, at a gooded interval, and where they have been clean hoed, look as well as in any preceding year ; e flag is of a fine healthful colour, and the stem strong, but backward in earing.

Barley has much recovered upen tenacious soils, and the crops upon the sands and bams are the most luxuriant and promising : nothing can exceed their appearance upon le highly cultivated breadths. Oats are breaking out into bell from a large luxuriant stem, and promise a full crop.

Beans, peas, and all the legumina, are a large crop, knot well for bioom, and appear rce fiom the fly.

The soiling crops are thick set, but, from the very backward spring, have not given that early produce that was expected.

The turnip fallows are very foul and backward, for want of some settled dry weather. Hops and apples have the most promising and prolific appearance.

The pastures are full of grass, but the hay crop upon cold bottoms, very bad, and requires dry warm weather before there will be hold enough for the scythe.

CORN EXCHANGE, JUNE 24.-Wheat, foreign, 545, to 825.-Do. English, 585. to 885, Rye, 30s, to 365.-Barley, 225 10 325.--Malt, 535. to 658.–Oats, lgs. to 31s.-Fine Flour, ros. to 755.; Seconds, 65s. to 70s.

SMUTHFIELD MARKET, JUNE 24.–Beef, 4s. to 5s, 6d.-Mutton, 45. to 55.-Lamb, 4s, gd. to 6s.-Veal, 4s, to 5s.-Pork, 45. to 55. per stone of 8 lbs.

Hay, 31. 10s. to 51. 105.--Straw, il. 125. to 21. 55.-Clover, 41. to ol. 105.

Hops, New Pockets. - Kent, 61. to 10l. 155.-Sussex, 5l. 155. tv sl. 85.-Essex, 71. to gl.-Farnham, 101. os. to 161.

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

June 22, 1816.
MARITIME COUNTIES.

INLAND COUNTIES.
Districts.
Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats.

Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. 8. d. s. ds d. s.

d. s. d. s. d. 8. d. 1st Essex,

172 1037
027

6

Middlesex, 81 11 42 0 30 927 7
Kent,
9 29 0.27 6
Surrey, 80 010 0 31

028 0
Sussex,
82 01
28 6 Hertford,

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0125
Od Suffolk, 79 11
1126 0 Bedford,

5 13

4/25 7 Cambridge, 038 0,95 221 lluntingdon, 179 6

30 olee 8 3d Norfolk,

174
610
023
7 Northampton, 70 6

27 1121
4th Lincola, 72 8/13 0.26

Rutland,

6

49 0124 6
York,
70 810

0 27
022 1
Leicester, 171 838

4120
5tl Durham, 75 2-39
7 Nottingham, 76 6 +1 0,29

0 Northumb,

2117 6 27
6,95 0 Derby, 174 98

23 6 6th Cumberland, 71

4 27 10.40

Statiord,
76 5

27 9/21 2 Westmorland, 76

028 922 10

Salop,

176 4/15 4128 620 10
7th Lancaster,
75 9

28 11
Heietoril,

71 6/35 226, 921 0 Chester, 69

20 10
Worcester,

71 937 4130 025 11 8th Flint,

6
137 6

Watwick,
73

30

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Denbigh,

2
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Wilts,
172 0

29

1084 0 Anglesea,

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Berks,
180

28 11130 2 Carnarvou, 75 4

27

6
Oxford, 12

20 11124

10 Merioneth, 73 8

26
319 0 Bucks,

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28 397

0 9th Cardigan, 66 0

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Brocon,
75 9 1 931

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28 4/19 8 Glamorgan, 178

8190 0 1011: Gloucester, 73 100 cg 4 95 0 - Somersel, 189

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AVERAGE OF ENGLAND AND Monmouth, 88

WALES. 11 Devon,

183 61
31 6

1 74 10 | 40 8 1 18 11 | 12 5 Corowall, 184 12

31 8/19 2 18th Dorset, 77 )

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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

From May 25, to June 25, 1816. Kept by C. BLUNT, Philosophical Instrument-maker, 38, Tavistock-st. Covent- und

Barometrical Pressure. Temperature Moon. Day. Wind. Max. Min. Mean. Max Min. Mean.

Fair
Fair

May 26 30'15 30 30'07 357 38 476 Fair
27
SE | 30'04 30'03 30'033/ 56

40 476 Fair
28 SE30'12 30'1 30:11 58

39'3 Fair
29 SE
30*16 30'16 30:16 60

51 Fair
30 SE
29.89 29'89 29'89 64 46 543

Fair
31 SE
29'90 29'89 29'893 63

Fair
June 1

E

30'06 30.06 30.06 61 43 53'3 Fair
2 E

30.06 30'06 30'06 60 42 513 Fair
3 E
30.05 30 05 30'05

59 40 50 Fair
4 N E

J0'05 30'02 30'03357 41 506 Fair
5) N
29'81 29 81 29.81 56

493 Fair
6 NW
29'90 2988 29'89 55 41

48'3 Rain
7) NW

29'83 29'71 29.77 59 42 50 Rain 8 NW 29'60

2954 29:57 60 43 513 Rain
9 W 29*70 29.70 29070 61 41 51

Fair
10 NW
29'86 29'80 29.83 61 40 51

Fair
UNW

30'05 30 30'025 62 40 51'6 Fair
12 NW

3016 30:16 3016 60 42 51'3 Fair 13 N 30'12 30'07 30'045 61

52 14 N 30-07 | 30'07 30.07 62 41 51 15) NW

30'06 30 06 30.06 63 40 50'3 Fair
16 NW 30'05 30.05

30.05 66 42 513 Fair
17) NW
30'04 30.04 30'04 68 43 533

Fair
18
W 30'02 30.01 30'015 69 41 533

Fair
10 SW 30'08 30-05 30'06570 40

52'6 Fair 20 W 30:13 30*13 30:13 72 40

526 Fair 21 W 30.16 30'15 30*155 70 42

546 Fair
22 SW

30.16 30'11 301351 71 43 55'6 Rain
23 S
30* 30

30*
08

56 Rain
241 SW
29'90 29.87 29'885 66

55 Fair
25 SE
30 30

30

65 43 548 Fair

RESULTS OF THE MONTH. Mean barometrical pressure 30.005 Mean temperature

51235 Maximum, 30*16 wind at SE Maximum, 72

wind at SW Minimum, 29.54 wind at NW | Minimum, 38

.

wind at E PREVAILING WINDS-N 3-NE 1-E 4-SE 6-S1-SW 3-W 4-NW 9

Mean Bar, Pres. Mean Terr. From the on the 27th May, to the D on the 3d June

30'03

50'11 From the D on the 3d, to the on the 10th

29*832

50*07 From the on the 10th, to the on the 17th

30-04

5121 From the ) on the 17th, to the on the 25th

30.053

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Printed by J. Gillet, Crowa Cout, Fleet Street, London.

GENERAL INDEX
TO THE FIFTH VOLUME.

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IBBOTT, Lemuel, particulars respecting,34 Baillie Capt. particulars respecting, 132
Icts of Parliament, abstract of, 45, 157,255, Bank, the, remarks on, 124
354, 457, 547

Bankrupts, lists of, 90, 185, 278, 377, 474
Addison, on intemperance, 2

570
Admiralty, the remarks on, 124-telegraphic Barbary Corsairs, on their extermination, 505
frames to be removed from, 460

Barberry-tree, its injurious effects upon
Agricultural interest, on the means of reliev wheat, 53
ing, 214, 272

Bardwell, Thomas, particulars respecting,
reports, 87, 183, 287, 383, 493,

132
579

Baring, J. his death, 175
Agriculture, on the depression of, 196-Mr. Barker, Robert, particulars concerning, 133
Western's resolutions on, 359

Barron, particulars respecting, 133
Aikman, Wm. particulars respecting, 34 Barrow, J. C. particulars concerning, 133
Albany-house, remarks on, 218

Barry, J. anecdotes of, 133, 228
Ali Bey, account of, 330

Bartolozzi, Francesco, anecdotes of, 229
Allen Viscount, account of, 174

Bastard, J. P. particulars respecting, 565
Amateur, extracts from the port-folio of an, Bastard Mr. his election for Devonshire, 565
34, 132, 228, 417, 521

Bates, Rev. Dr. his death, 180
Amboise, manufactory of files at, 427

Battle of Prague, composers of, 296
America, commercial treaty with, 72-lite- Baxter, Mr. on the properties of Clarke's
rary inteligence from, 332

night-soil, 211
Americans, rancorous spirit of the, 430 Bazaar, the, account of, 26
Amiconi, Giacomo, anecdote of him, 35 Bedford, Duke of, his gift to the Royal Aca-
Amwell, inquiry concerning a resident at, 32 demy, 521
André, Major, particulars concerning, 35 Beeston Castle, mineral waters discovered
correction respecting, 207

near, 365
Andrews, John, his longevity, 567

Beetle, curious fact respecting one, 54
Angelo, Michael, account of a picture by, 35 Bellingham, father of the assassin, an artist,
Anglesea, Marquis of, coal mines to be open 229
ed on his estates, 275

Belvoirlee, destructive fire at, 370
Animal Magnetism, proposed work on, 326 Bentley Hall, remarkable tree near, 293
experiments on, 426

Berkeley Square, remarks on, 219
torcure, sentiments of the Royal So- Bernard, Sir Thomas, extract from his Spu-
ciety on, 307

rinna, 513
Animals, cruelty of experiments on living Bertuch, C. J. his account of Ali Bey, 330
ones, 394, 510

Bethelsdorp, account of the Hottentot Mission
Appointments, official, 74, 169, 266, 362, at, 10–present state of, 497
461, 559

Bibby, Mr. remarks on his performances,
April fools, inquiry concerning, 318—an 349, 453
swer to it, 507

Bible, suggestion for one with new references,
Apthorp, Rev. Dr, account of, 364

413
Archer, Mr, particulars concerning, 35 Bideford, discovery of a substance for making
Arithmetical error, correction of an, 315 black paint near, 371
Armstrong, Ds, on temperance, 128 Birmingham, regulations at, 372
Artaud J. A. anecdote of, 35

Pirt club, account of, 434
Articled clerks, on the premiums required Births extraordinary, 79, 86, 178, 375, 470
with them, 305

Bisset, J. lines addressed to, 358
Artists, answer respecting some, 32

Blachford, B. P. death of, 463
Arts, fine, review and register of, 58, 152, Blackburn Pitt Club, account of, 434
245, 333, 447, 542

Blackburne, Rev. Francis, his death, 162
Society of, proceedings of the, 53, 530 Bligh, the engraver, particulars concerning,
Arundel church, remarks on the state of, 213

229
As drunk as a piper, origin of the expression, Bloomfield, Robert, subscription for, 233

Blue Coat School, count of, 97
Ashlin, Mrs, error respecting, 369

Blunt, Mr. meteorol Tical register kept by,
Astley, John, particulars respecting, 36

96, 192, 288, 394, 484, 580
Athenæus, anecdote related by, 2

Bodmin, ruinous state of the church at, 564
Atkin, Mr. on the murderers of Sir Edmond Bolton Pitt Club, account of, 434
bụry Godfrey, 405

Boosey, Mr. his German Catalogue, 233
Atkinson, Mr. his loss in sheep, 369

Boston, refusal of the magistrates to licence
Austria, states and population of, 429

comedians at, 82
Austrian Neihe lands, on their union with Böttiger, Mr. on the academical institutions
Holland, 491

for the modern Greeks, 230-on the ex-
Aylesbury, Earl of, oaks felled on his estate, termination of the Barbary Corsairs, 505
374

Bottles, experiments with corked ones sunk

in the occan, 212, 389, 390
Bacon, Mr. the sculptor, anecdotes of, 36 Bourn, Mr. remark on his Gazetteer, 4u
New MONTILY MAG, -No.30.

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