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Jackson W. Lirerpool, grocer, Feb. 15
Reay J, Mark lane, wine merchant, Feb. 97 James S. Cross st Holborn, hardwareman, Jan. 30 Richardson W. J. Nicholas lage, inerchant, Ecb. 13 Johaston J. Pardise street, slater, Feb. 3
Riddick B. Glastonbury, baker, Fib. 6 Jones J. & Co Bickler bury, merchauts, Jan. 27 Riordan J Southwark, pawnbroker, Feb. 27 Kely E, P. 11gt là, tu lor, J411, 30
Roo, E. J. Camomile street. merchant, Feb. 17 Kirkby W". Manchester, intichant, Feb. 16
Ross H. Hull, merchant Jan. 96 Kirkhan. G. Leicester, merchant, Jan. 24
Rosson A. Hoc., Cnester mulier, Feb. 5 Kirton J. Gray's inn, scrivener, Feb. 6
E. West Leigh, cotton spinger, Kaott J. and W. Smith, Southwark, hat manufac. Jan. 30 turers, Jan. 27
Saddington T. Sutton Bassett Northampton, sales Laxton W. R.Gower street north, builder, Feb. 17
man, Jan. 24
Seager S. P. Maidstone, dealer, Feb. 6
Smith H. Croydon, shopkeeper, Jan. 16 Livatt J. S. Norton street, jeweller, Feb. 30 Sinith J. Upperthobg, clothier, Jan. "? Locker T. Oxford streel, liaberdashe'r, Jan. 20. Stevens E. sen. & jun. Oxford: t. carvers, Jan. 16 Lovell T. Portsmonth, ropemaker, Feb. 8
Stokes J. Great Molvern, hop merchant, Feb. 23 Low J. & W. Minciog lane, merchants, Jan. 16 Strong E. & W. Ilarvey, Liverpool, blacksmiths, Maemichael J. & Co Bridgnorth, barkers, Feb. 17 Feb. Blaclaine J. & A. Neris, Crown street, Soho, jew. Sundius C. Devonshire square, merchant, Feb. 3 ellers, Feb. 16
Sykes J. Almonbury, clothier, Teb. 7 Maltby W.juo.& W. Thorpe, Bath, linen drapers, Sykes W. & T. Shackleton, White Lion street, seed Feb. 9
merchants, Jan. 20. Mann E. Yeovil, linen draper, March 5
Taulkner 1. & Co. Crutched Friars, merchants, Matcham, G. New Sarum, dealer, Jan. 27
Thorn II. Colchester, rag merchant, Feb. 1
Jan. 09 Hiall D. jun. Portsca, brewer, Feb.8
Waddington J. Bishopsgate street, vintner, Feb. 6
Walley J. Lime street, merchaut, Jan. 20
Waugh J. St. Martin's-le grand, chinaman, Feb. Nichol J. & W. Old Jewry, merchants, March 2 Webb J. New Sarum, brandy merchant, Jan. 27 Nowell N. Piccadilly, men's mercer, Feb. 3
Webb J. Broadway, grocer, Feb. 1 Nunn H. & J. Barber, York street, Covent garden, Wellington M. B. Crown st. Soho, optician, Feb. @ haberdashers, Feb. 27
West G. Hull, linen draper, Jan. 16
Willis W. St. George, Gloucester, bacon dealer,
Willoughby J. Taunton, shopkeeper, Feb. 12 Outwin J. Doncaster, grocer, Jan. 16
Wilson T. sen. St. Clement's, Cornwall, ironmonParham B. Dock, scrivener, Feb. 0
ger, Feb. 13 Parsous B. Somerset street, Aldgate, hay sales. Wilton H. W. & H. K. Creed, Crutched Friars, man, Feb, 3
merchants, Feb. 97 Phillips D. Oxford strcet, stable keeper, Jan. 16 Woodhatch J. F. Thaxted, cabinet maker, Jan. 20 Pink A. Portsea, wine merrbant, Jan. 23
Woodward M. & S.W. Bunkside, timber merchants, Pitt D. Fenchurch street, hosier, Jan. 30
Wright C. Dowgate hill, wine merchant, May 21 Pring J. Crediton, tanner, Feb. 20
Wright M. Derby, mercer, Feb. 20
wareman, Jan. 20
CERTIFICATES. BARBER R. W. Ivy lane, printer, Feb. 13
Blunt W. Fleet street, bookseller, Jan. 20 Barry C. Jermyn street, surgeon, Feb. 3.
Bowker, E II. Salford, cotton merchant, Jan. 27 Battre D. Dry Clough, York, merchant, Jan. 23 Clarke J. Old Brentford, butcher, Jan. 27 Beake W. Malmsbury, parchment maker, Feb. 6 Cochrane, J. G. Feet street, bookseller, Jan. 16 Biddle N. Gloucester, grocer, Feb. 13
Creak T. K. Rotherbithe, must maker, Feb. 10 Biggs J. Charles street, Hatton Garden, hardware Cropley S. Falkingham, innholder, Jan. 27 man, Feb. 3
Cumberlege J. George yard, Lombard street, mer Bingley W. Tavistock street, Covent Garden, li. chant, Feb. 10 nen draper, Feb. 6
Da by J. Newark, Leicester, hosier, Jan. 30
Prices of Canal and Dock Property, $c.
Field R. C. Long-acre, hat maker, Jan. 30
Pitman J. Howford Buildings, Fenchurch street Foster M. Hanley, Stafford, grocer, Jan. 16
coal merebant, Feb. 6 Freeman W. St. Martin's le Grand, chemist, Jan. 30 Potts J. and R. Coleman strret, merchants, Jan. 27 George J. G, N. New Bond street, hat manufac- Raincock G Harlow, master mariner, Jap. 30 turer, Feb. 13
Redgrave W. Great Queen street, brass founder, Gilgrest B. Bow lane, soda water manafacturer, Jan 23 Feb. 10
Renton W. Hoxton Fields, parseryman, Feb. 10 Godwin D. jun. Newport, Monmouth, coal mer. Richards J. S Montague street, merchant, Feb, 3 chant. Jan. 83.
Richardson J. Fleet market, fishmooger, Feb. 6 Goodyear W. Bedford, innkeeper. Feb. 6
Roberts M. Lanvaches, Monmouth, dealer, Jan. 23. Gray J. Wakefield, maltster, Jan. 27
Robinson T. and J. Stead, Dalton, York, clothiers, Harris, W. Rendham, potash manufacturer, Feb. 10 Feb. 6 Hawes W. Newington, coal merchant, Feb. 3 Rodger J. Sheffield, merchant, Feb. 13 Headlam J. Skinner street, warehouseman, Jan. 27 Ross J. Bedford street, Covent Garden, silver. Heather 'r. Southampton, dealer, Feb. 3
smith, Jan. 20 Henriques J. Bishopsgate street, inerchant, Feb. 10 Salmon T. Holborn, draper, Feb. 6 Hoare G. and J. Delvalle, Ludgate hill, tobacco- Scott T. S. Great St. Helen's, merchant, Jan. 27 nists, Feb. 3
Smerdon C. Liverpool, druggist, Feb. 13 Hoolboom, J. E. Union court, merchant, Feb. 13 Smith A. Marshalsea prison dealer, Feb. 3 Howe J. Ingatestone, merchant, Jan. 20.
Smith W. Beerferris, lime burper, Jan. 23 Jackson J. and w. Cousin lane, Dowgate Hill, Snape J. Paul street, Finsbury square, cabinet iron merchants, Feb. 3
maker, Jan. 23 Jameson J. and J. Willis, Little Queen Street, Spedding D. Carlisle, butcher, Feb. 15 coach makers, Jan. 20
Staveley R. H. T. Bartholomew Close, druggist, Jamieson W. Toitenhard-court road, baker, Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Kent E. Mark lane, wine merchant, Feb. 6
Taylor J. Gray's lon lane, mercer, Jan. 20 Leigh T. Lymm. Chester, dealer, Jan. 30
Tibbs T. Monmouth, ember merchant, Feb. 3 Levy A. M. Lennau stieet, Goodman's Fields, mér. Tweinlow, W. Winnington, druggist, Feb. 10 chant, Jan. 27
Velvin J. Bradford, Wilts, clothier, Jan. 30 Loft W. Sussex Place, Kent Road, dealer, Feb. 10 Vernon, T. Walcot, picture dealer, Jan. 90 Macintyre J. Liverpool, merchant, Feb. 3
Walker C. W. F Exeter, mercer, Feb. 6 Marks J. New Road, coach maker, Jan. 20
Webb J. C. Bermondsey, fellmonger, Jan. 16 Miell D. jun. Portsen, brewer, Feb. 10
Welsh J. and T. Carter, New Coinpton stroet, em. Milner 1. B. Manchester, flour dealer, Jan, 30
bossers, Jan. 30
Wilkinson T. Fetter lane, painter, Feb. 6
Yates J. K. Shoreditch, pewterer, Feb, 6 Peacock J. N. Lincolo, corn factor, Ján. 27
Prices of Canal Shares, &c. in the Month of Januury, 1816, at the Office
of Mr. Clarke, 39, Throgmorton Street.
Water-Works. Ellesmere and Chester, div. 41. 781. East London, div. 21.
681, 661. Grand Junction, div. sl. 1721. 1701. Portsmouth and Farlington Grand Surrey 501. i Do. New
351. Do. Optional Loan, div. 52 741. South London,
301. Huddersfield 101. 105. West Middlesex,
251. Kennel and Avon, div. 153.
Insurance Companies, Old Union 41. 991. 100l. | Albion
sol. Worocster and Birmingham 251. Globe, div. Ol.
1021, Docks. PER CENT. Hope
21. 2s. East India, div. 77: 1861. | Imperial
451. West India, div. gl.
121. Strand, 100 pd. 171. Highgate Archway .
pl. Southwark, 651. pd. 241. | Gas Light Shares
101, rem. JOHN CLARKE,
Canal Agent and Broker,
PAYMENTS. Deposit, Saturday, June 17, 10l. per C, 1 Aib payment, Friday, Nov. 17, 10l. perce. ad payment, Friday, July 21, 10. ditto 7th payment, Wednesd. Dec. 20, 101. ditto 3d payment, Friday, Aug. 18, 101. ditto 8th payment, Wednesd. Jan. 17,1816,101.do. 4th paymorit, Friday, Sept 1s, 101. ditto gth payment, Friday, Feb. 16, 10l. ditto 5th payment, Friday, Oct. 20, iol, ditto Toth payment, Thursday, Mar, 15, 101, ditto
DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS, FROM DEC. 26, 1815, TO JAN. 25, 1916. BOTH INCLUSIVE, Bank 13 per Ct.jo per Ct. 4 per Cts per Ct. Days.
Long Irish 3 per Co Imp. India So. Sea, V.S.S. New S. 5 per Ct.
Consol St. Lot
34 per Dy 1815:16 Stock
25 dis 4 dis. z ar *011
5 dis. *613
2 14 131 pr.
5 15 14*
150 144 pr. 160 59:
par i pr. 13 dis. 1 pr. 4 237 2364004
6 *618 15
6 12 236
59360 598743 881
43884 603 59360° 59375
+603 20 237%
6 60 5900 59751 43885
pr. 1837 643
7 on 60% 100% 60
13 16 pr. 184 1831
7 894 68157 B
614 001 60362 603 611
6 25 80 163
* 3 per Cent Consols, as above, with the Dividend for the Opening, January 19.
+ 3 per Consols as above, for the account February 28. All Exchequer Bilis, dared prior to the month of December, 1814, have been advertised to be paid off, and the Interest thereon has ceased. N. B. The above Table coniains 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 IVETENHALL, Stock-Broker, No. 7, Capel court, Bartholornew-lanc, London,
On application to whom, the original documents for near a century past may be read.
From Dec. 25, 1815, to Jan, 26, 1816.
Barometrical Pressure. Temperature
2; NW 28 NW
29.49 29:11 29312 50 28 41.25 Snow and Rain.
50 28 38
W 30 40 30'40 30'40 47 32 | 40-75 Fair
39'25 Fair 2 W 30'15 30 02 30*087
38.5 Fair 8. W 30'14 30.
35'25 Fair W 30'28 30'23 20'207
26 35 Fair 5 W 30'12 30-06 30'095 42 25
29-7829'66 29*715 45 32 40 Fair 7 NW 29'64 | 29*64 29.04 43 33
41.25 Rain 19 W 29.77 20.70 29*747 50 32
42.25 Rain 20 SW 29.58 29 52 29:54
-- 2.25 Rain
29'29 29'22 29 247 50 35 43" Rain 25 N E 29'16 | 29'16 29.16 50 35
43:25 Rain RESULTS OF THE MONTH. Mean baromcirical pressure 29:557 Mean temperature
4646 Maximum, 30 40 wind at W Maximum, 51
wind at N Minimum, 28.05 wind at W | Minimum, 25
wind at W PREVAILING WINDS--N1-NE 2-E0-SE 0-S 3-SW 2-W 17-NW 6
Mean Bar. Pres. Mean Temp From there on the 230 Nov. to the on the 30th
38*214 Front're on the 30t', to the D on the 7th Jan. 1816 30*156
38'187 From 3 D on the 7th to the on the 14th
29'288 41.617 From the on the 14th, to the ) on the 21st
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Jov. S. xiv. 47. lowship, two of the highest distinctions
of the university.-The inferior boys of MR. EDITOR,
this school rise by gradual preferinent Of all public institutionis none, I hem to the higher classes, sooner or later, lieve, is better known for its great utility according to their own natural ability or and general benefits than the royal foun- exertions; and it will be doing inadedation of Carist's HOSPITAL, vulgarly quate justice not to mention, that out of called the BLUE-COAT School. It has this school many illustrious names are already stood the test of time for up known in the literary world, and indeed wards of two centuries and a half; and in almost every department of science. the number of British youths who have The Writing School, when compared been educated here since its establish with the grammar, may be considered as ment in 1552, would amount to an in- inferior, because the boys in general, credible number. Different from the independent of their ignorance of the Charter-house and other public semina- Latin tongue, are more deficient in comries, it coufines itself to the limits of a mon diction, reading and spelling; though liberal education, without professing to now, since Dr. Trollope has had the polish its scholars or to refine thens with management of this latter branch, they modern improvements. The benefits of are considerably improving. Writing ebis institution being also widely diffused and aritbmetic are carried to perfection over all ranks and descriptions of pen- under Messrs. GODDARD and Peacock, ple, a consequent mixture of the sons of Although writing and arithmetic contrigentlemen and tradesmen must ensue; bute but liule to the expansion of the the directors have, therefore, judiciously mental faculties, yet their general utility divided the branches of education into is so obvious and indispensable, that the several departments, which may be classed want of other knowledge is but liule under the following heads :-a Grammar felt; especially as the mercantile world School, Writing and Mathematical School, presents a wide and fruitful field to inwith a Druwing School which belongs ex- dustrious youth. clusively to the mathematical.
The Mathematical School is of later The Grammar School is, as its name date than the preceding, Charles II. implies, entirely devoted to the study of being the original founder. By this the classics, with occasional lessons in royal act of munihcence, a midshipman's geography and natural bistory This commission, with instruments for the school is under the guidance of the Rev. study of navigation, clothes, &c. are Dr. TROLLOPE, a gentleman whose know- given to each boy who has passed his ledge, whether classical or general, is of examination at Trinity Hall." Navigathe most extensive and valuable descrip- tion, mathematics, the elementary parts tion. By a well-timed severity, he bas of astronomy, with geography and the ensored to himself both the respect and use of the globes, are here to be acquired. love of his scholars--few of whom would Lessons in drawing are also given by Mr. depreciate his character from the re Wells, and form no despicable part of membrance of a punishment or the dis- nautical education. These boys, or as appointinent of a holiday. The four they are commonly called, King's schohead boys, generally denominated Gre- lars, whether from ancient custom, or cians, are under the more immediate the nature of their future profession, tuition of the doctor; the first of these consider themselves as a sort of superior is annually sent to the University, of beings to the other boys, and treat them Cambridge, and once in seven years to with a contempt that is really ridiculous Oxford. A circumstance which redounds and disgusting. They have, however, till to the credit of Dr. T.'s instructions, very lately laboured under much disadand should not be omitted, is, that a vantage from their inattention to reading quondam pupil of his has lately obtained and orthography. There is besides this New MONTHLY MAG.–No. 26. VOL. V,