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ing information respecting the countries the bustle and agitations of public life; through which be bad travelled, given in for, although fitted to adorn any station an elegant and perspicuous style. The in which success could be commanded by Court of Directors of the East India Com- respectable and cultivated talents, unpany, in testimony of their sense of his wearied zeal, and infexible integrity, Mr. services, and of his uniformly upright Irwin possessed but little of what is called conduct, granted Mr. Irwin a considerable knowledge of the world. With warm afpecuniary donation, and in the year 1792 fections, and great sensibility, he united a they appointed him, and two other gen- guileless, and almost infantine, simplicity tlemen of bigh reputation and approved and singleness of heart; and these preservices, as a Coinmittee for the regula- dominant features of his character SO tion of the Company's affairs in China, much endeared him in private and domesfrom whence he returned in 1794. The tic life, that, if it could be said of any remainder of his days were passed in re- man, it might be said of him to whose tirement, and devoted chiefly to literary memory this tribute of affection is paid, parsuits—which were far more suited to that he never lost a friend, nor made an bis taste and the temper of his mind than enemy.

ERRATA IN Vol. LXXXVII. Part I. p. 273. a. I. 10 from the bot- P. 91, b. 1. 21, 22, read Pellegrin Treves. tom, for Norfolk, read Suffolk.

P. 135, a. 1. 30, read 1706. (Q. Anne P. 316. a. l. 17, for 39, read 28 houses. having begun to reign in 1702).

P. 317. a. 1. 25, for it was, read the P. 162, a. 1. 29, read affect. great tithes were.

P. 270, b. 1. 28 from the bottom, read P. 396. b. l. 2. from the bottom, for · Brentwood. instituted Nov. 15, 1723, read presented, P. 306, a. 1. 3 from the bottom, read in 1761, on the death of his father, who Tivetshall. had been Vicar of this Parish 38 years. P. 318, a. 1. 21, read no.

P. 397. a. l. 10, read Joseph Lane, P. 326, a. 1. 29, read Charles (Churchill P. 510. 1. 21, read Hopson.

the satirist). P. 511. 1. 19, read 9 Geo. I.

P. 358, a. 1. 6, read 1812 (Limerick P. 546. a. I. 26, read Barnewalls. Mail robbery).

PART II. p. 12, b. lines 17 and 19 from P. 376, a. 1. 20, after King's County the bottom, read Brompton Brian. insert Ireland.

P. 88. 1. 4 to 6 from the bottom, dele P. 452, a. 1. 36, read Lady J. Thynne. the whole paragraph, it being erroneous, P. 473, b. 1. 6 from the bottom, read and is rectified by the next following arti Fornham. cle, page 88-89 (both of Miss Mary Anne P. 478, a. J. 24, read p. 464. Moreton).

P.628, a. eight lines from bottom, for P. 89, a. 1. 44, read Belem.

O'Ceden, read Okeden.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for January, 1818. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, fronu December 23, 1817, to January 27, 1818.
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Buried.

2 and 5 176 50 and 60 174 Males 1124 Males 929

5 and 10 87 60 and 70 144 2148

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Females
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10 and 20 57

70 and 80 125 Whereof have died under 2 years old 488

20 and 30 140 80 and 90 74

30 and 40 174 90 and 100 22 Salt €1. per bushel; 4£d. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending January 17.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye | Barly, Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans d. s. d. s. d.) s. d.

s. d., s. d. s. d. s. d. S. d. Middlesex 91 300 0 45 430 0 49 0 Essex 73 937

6 40 029 948 6 Surrey 85 43 042 229 8 47 0|Kent 85 6/00 041 028 643 6 Hertford 78 8 52 044 431 0 44 3|Sussex 89 6/00

0 44 025 651 6 Bedford 79 752 040 628 4 44 0||Suffolk 87 0/00

043 1127 742 Huntingdon 81 700 0 45 1022 1038 10||Camb. 78 600 0 38 323 0/42 Northamp. 78 800

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024 3 46 6 Norfolk 82 4 44 11 42 0 29 11 41 Rutland 74 000 040 0.26 051 0 Lincoln 77 040 2138 023

370 0 Leicester 79 4,50 042 027 4152 0 York 74 2 50 440 9 24 661 Nottingham 83 4156 046 828 957 2 Durham 73 1100 038 0.26 600 Derby 89 41000 47 631 362 8 Northum, 68 552 0 36 2 50 000 Stafford 83 200 043

8 29

264 6|Cumberl. 86 2 62 0 45 2 29 700 0 Salop 87 0 55 648 631 567 6 Westmor. 98 756 0 48 0 30 100 0 Hereford 82 10 54 4/45 228 455 10|| Lancaster 91 11100 000

0 29 400 Worcester

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600 049 530 650 4||Chester 84 200 055 10 29 500 Warwick 76 0.00 042 0 30 857 6||Flint 82 100

0 48 629 1000 Wilts 76 4 CO 044 426 10 73 0|Denbigh 81 10100 049 826 000 Berks 87 600 042 2 27 1151 1||Anglesea 81 400 050 0 26 000 0 Oxford 81 6100 045 3 26 10 56 0|Carnarvon 89 41000 49 4131 000 0 Bucks 80 1000 0/39 627 10 45 11Merioneth 95 000 055 631 800 0 Brecou 910 68 955 10/27 800 0 Cardigan 98 000 049 020 0100 0 Montgom. 34 3100 044 9132 9100 0||Pembroke107 1100 045 1021 4100 () Radnor 87 10100 0'44 330 $100 0||Carmart. 103 600 0 56 019 1000 (0

Glamorgan90 000 0154 842 800 0
Gloucester 77 9 00 0150 11 28 0 54 5

Somerset 94 11 00 050 330 653 4 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Monm. 94 7 00 0151 727 200 0 85 3151 7145 627 111521Devon 96 500 049 127 1100 0

Cornwall 92 11 00 045 521 100 0
Dorset 88 3000/44 0 26 848 0

Hants 89 10100 043 5 25 11145
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, January 26, 753. to 80s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, January 17, 33s. 5d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, January 21, 49s. 5 d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, January 26 : Kent Bags

261. Os. to 291. Os. | Sussex Pockets......... 261. Os. to 291. 10s. Sussex Ditto 251. 10s. to 281. Os.

Essex Ditto.............

..271. Os. to 301. Os, Kent Pockets 261. Os. to 311, Os. Farnham Ditto......... 281. Os. to 351, Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, January 25 : St. James's, Hay 46. 12s. 6d. Straw 21.8s. Od. Clover 51.0 s.Od.--Whitechapel, Hay 5l. 1 s. Od. Straw 21. 5s. Od.-Clover 61. 10s. Od. ---Smithfield, Hay 51. 2s. 6d. Straw 21. 2s. Od. SMITHFIELD, January 26. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. ..33. 8d. to 5s. Od. | Lamb.......

........Os. Od. to os. Od. Mutton

....5s. Od. to 6s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market Jan. 26: Veal 5s. Od. to 7s. Od. Beasts

2,185.

Calves 120. Pork

.4s. 4d, to 5s. 4d. Sheep and Lambs 12,090. Pigs 280. COALS, Jan. 26: Newcastle 31s. 6d. to 44s. Od. Sunderland 30s. Od. to 38s. 9d. TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb. St. James's 45.8d. Clare Marketf0s. Od. Whitechapel 4s. 8ļil. SOAP, Yellow, 98s. Mottled 108s. Curd 1 12s. CANDLES, 123. per Doz. Moulds 14s. Od.

Beef .........

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, in Jan. 1818 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London.-Stafford and Worcester Canal, 6201. ex Half Year Div. 181.-Oxford, 6151. Div. and Bonus 311. per annum.-Leicester, 2501. Div. 121. per annum.--Monmouthshire, 1251. 1261.-Grand Junction, 2151. to 2201. ex Div. 31. Half Year.---Ellesmere, 631.-Union, 951.-Worcester and Birmingham, 201.-Kennet and Avon, 241.-Thames and Medway, 291. 8s. to 311. 10s.-Commercial Dock, 791.Royal Exchange Assurance, 2641. per cent.-County Fire Office, 241.810s.--Hope, 31. 135.-Rock, 41. 10s., 41 12s.-West Middlesex, 461.-Grand Junction Ditto, 591.-Portsmouth and Farlington, 81.-Russell Institution, 121, 12s.-Surrey Ditto, 101. 10s.-Drury-Lane Renters' Shares, 1651.Gas Light 671. to 731.

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RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. Bank-Buildings, London.

Red. per Ct. Consols. Cons. Navy Ann. per Ct. 3perCt. Stock. Stock. sih Sea Bonds.

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Mr. THOMAS MAC Ty, in answer to and in which the Admiral was killed," R. C.on Transubstantiation (see vol. desires to be informed by some of our HeLXXXVII, Part ii. p. 487), says, the raldic Correspondents what Arms the Addoctrine of the Catholic Church is, miral bore. Persons of the same name and always has been, “ that the Body of were at Stanstead in the same county. Christ is really corporeally (not carnally) COLUMELLA will feel himself much present, though after a spiritual manner, obliged to any of our Correspondents in the Eucharist;” and accuses our Cor. who will inform him who is the Author respondent of ingeniously blending to- of a beautiful little Poem, “ Contentgether the terms corporeally and carnally ment in a Cottage,” inserted in our vol. as words of the same import, whicb, he LXXXVII. Part ii. p. 349. He also resays, is wrong, « for Christ's Body is quests some account of Professor Smyth, now risen glorious and immortal, and the Author of a Poem called “ The Bee," consequently divested of all the acci- which appeared in the following page. dents of carnality." —He objects to R. Cos "Is it a Fragment,” he asks, “ or an adducing the testimony of De Dominis, entire Poem?" who bad turned Protestant; and de- L.L. (in behalf of several Ladies claims against Transubstantiation being fond of Conchology) requests Dr. Turton, called a novel doctrine.

of Swansea, to give in the next edition of A FRIEND TO THE ESTABLISHMENT, his excellent British Fauna, the English who observes that “ Lord Milton, in a names to the different species of Shells; Jate Speech, after coinciding in opinion or that some of our Readers will send a with that part of the Prince Regent's List of the British Shells, with the EngSpeech which adverted to the propriety lish name to each species, for insertion of increasing the number of Churches, in our Magazine. and to have in view the accommodation A FRIEND TO ACCURACY, adverting to of the Poor, recommended an inquiry the First Part of our late Volume, p. into the Revenues of the Established 527 b. (line 10 from bottom) questions Church,"-remarks, that “great ulti- the correctness of Islanders applied to mate utility might arise from Deans and the Inhabitants of the Mysore. Chapters being compelled to print their Several Remarks have been received Statutes, and give-in an account of their on the Compendium of County Histoincomes and disbursements. If new ries, inserted in our late Numbers, all Churches,” he adds, “are built, those Mi- highly approving of the plan, and some nisters should be appointed to serve them of them containing corrections. All who are best qualified to make a powerful these will be thankfully accepted; and impression on the minds of the Poor." will be duly attended to hereafter, when

VINER says, he would before have the whole will be re-published in a refulfilled his promise of pointing out the gular and connected form. cause of the Delay in proceedings of the A communication has also been reCourt of Chancery; but is waiting the ceived respecting the LYTTELTON family, result of an application, made at the Jately inquired after by one of our Corclose of the last Session of Parliament, respondents, to whom it shall be delifor leave to bring in a Bill for the Ap- vered when applied for. pointment of a Receiver General of the We have no recollection of the com. Court of Exchequer (similar to the Ac-' munication respecting the Heir of the countant General of the Court of Chan. House of Standish, alluded to by our cery), and two additional Masters of Correspondent A. B.: but, were it bethat Court, which will be greatly bené- fore us, should certainly decline interficial to the Suitors In EQUITY.

fering with a subject about to be brought J. W. N. desires to obtain a list of before a higher Tribunal. all the Greek Verse Translations of the AN EPISCOPALIAN is too personal, and different books of Holy Scriptures. the subject is fitter for the Diocesan “ That your Readers,” he says, may than a Magazine.-The same may be fully understand me, I give you wbat I said to "A Member of the Christian have, to begin with: 1. Joe, by Duport; Knowledge Society. 2. PSALMS, by Apollinarius ; 3. JOHN, The Verses of JUVENJS are inadmissible, by Nonnus.

The Memoir of Dr. BURNEY is unINVESTIGATOR, who states that “in avoidably postponed. Chatham Church is a tomb-stone to The favours of our Friends Mr. YATES; the memory of Admiral Sir John Cox, An OLD SAILOR; RT; H, M.; Ediwho commanded the ship which the PUS junior; BIOGRAPHICUS; J. M. M.; Duke of York (K. James 11.) was on- CĻERICUS SURRIENSIS ; &c. shall appear board in the action with the Dutch, in our next.

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