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FOR JUNE, 1818,
Page List of East India Shipping
466 Philosophical Tea-pots and FireMemoir of John Reeves, Esq. 467
ib. The Hive, No. XXXIX.... .472 Yeates' Variation Chart
ib. Farly Rising...
ib. Election Anecdote .
LONDON REVIEW. Anecdote of Peter the Great
ib. Benger's Memoirs of Mrs. Elizabeth Anecdote of a Freocbman... ib. Hamilton
515 Extracts from a Lawyer's Portfolio The Fudge l'amily in Paris . ...517 [Continued]
.473 Evans's Excursion to Windsor ...519 Toe GLEANER. No. IX....
.478 TAEATRICAL JOURNAL: State of Reflections of a Young Mau in Pri Drury.lane Theatre-The Castle of
son, after committing an Act of Sui. Paluzzi, or the Extorted Oath-Mr. cide...
..431 Mathews's Address -Opening of the History of Peter Pliant (Coocluded) ..486 English Opera- How to write an Irish Extracts: containing a concise Opera, or the Delights of Dramatic
Description of some of the principal Composition—The Kaleidoscope, or Places in Ireland; with the Antiqui Pay for Peeping-False Accusa. ties, Castoms, Character, and Man. tion, &c. &c.
.....521 ners of that Country (Concluded] ..489 POETRY... BIOGRAPHICAL REGISTER OF EMINENT On a Lady's Kaleidoscope .........526
PERSONS RECENTLY DECEASED, Ne. An Address for the Anniversary of XXVII.-John Gifford, Esq. 492
the Literary Fond, at Freemasons' Emma: a Tale founded on Fact
Hall, May 7, 1818.. Epitaph in Eyam Church-yard ..496 Dissolu:ion of Parliament.. ......528 Memoir of Patrick Colquhoun, Esq. Intelligence from the London Gazette 529 (Concluded)...
Abstract of Foreign and Domestic InFRAGMENTA, Being Thoughts, Obser telligence...
.....535 vations, Reflections, and Criticisms,
..540 with Anecdotes and Characters An Marriages
ib. cient and Modern, No. XXVI. ....503 Monthly Obituary
.541 An Essay on Charity ..507 Literary Intelligence..
.543 Answers to Arithmetical Queries 508, 509 List of New Publications
.514 Nautical Query
ib. Acknowledgments to Correspondents.. ib. Tue REPOSÚTORY. No. XLIX.. ib. List of Bankrupts, Dividends, and Cer. A Second Letter from Dr. Yeats to
545 the Right Hon. Sir. John New Dissolutions of Partnership
.547 port, Bart, M.P. on the Subject of List of Patents".
.549 Contagious Fever ib. State of the Weather
ib. On the Politic Institutions of Great London Markets
.550-552 Britain ......511 Average Prices of Sugar
552 Duration of Parliaments, from the Prices of Canal, &c. Shares ...553 First of Henry VII, to the pre Rates of Government Life Annuities .. ib. sent Time.
..513 Course of Exchange-Prices of Bullion ib. MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.
.554 XLIII, :,
.514 ! Index,
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Europ. Mag. Vol. LXXIII. June 1818.
EAST INDIA SHIPS,
Company's Ship Wm. Patterson R. Glasspoole W. R. Blakely K Mac Donald Amb. Rivers Rob. Simmonsis. Jas. Lee
S. Marjoribanks WMarjoribanks Alex. Chrystie Rich. Clarke E. M. Daniell Fred. Madan James Grant James Dunn
S. Marjoribanks A. H. Campbell Charles More J. Shepherd
Rob. Lindsay W. P. Moffat Whitm. Smart Jos. W. Rose
Company's Ship James Jameson D. R. Newall (Ph. Baylis John Biliman A. Broadhurst Henry Arnot Wm. Bruce
John Campbell Don. Mac Leod J.S. H. Fraser John Thacker Hen. H. Sumner Geo. Chennell John Simpson Rob. Hogg
Company's Ship Pred. Adams James Head Tim, Smith T. B. Penfold Thos. Allchin Wm. Hayland J. W. Graham
Geo. Palmer Mont. Hamilton Jas. Barber A.T. Chalfield John Alien J.CWhiteman And. Kedslie Benj. B. Lord 3 Castle Huntly
John Paterson H A. Drummond Alex. Morgan Thos. Dunkin J. Cruickshank J. W. Stewart David Irving Wolin Stewart 1 London...
Mad. f China Company's Ship Walt. Campbell B. Broughton 7. Longcroft Wm. Pullham WK. Packman D. Mackenzie John D. Smith 6 Princess Amelia 1900
Rob. Williams Edw. Balston Sam. Lyde Jas. Kellaway Wm. Pitman Chas. Penny Nath. Gyant Jas. Thomson 4 Marchioness of Ely 959
Sir R. Wigram. Brook Kay Rich, Clifford WHC Dalrymple Dav. Sampson C. E. Mangles J. M. Bennett Wm. Millett 4 Prince Regent 953
Mad. Beng. Henry Bonham T. Herb. Harris Step. Poyntz Tbos. Baker Day. Marshall Hen B. Bax Day. Falconer John Reid 1 Orwell........
Matt. Isacke Thos. W. Leech Wm. Cousens T. W. Andrews Wm. Haviside Thos Welsh Wm. Bremner Rich. Prince 3 Lady Melville. 1200
Sir R. Wigram John Stewart Thos, Tapley Rob. Clifford Henry C. Smith Hen.Sterndale D.Cannan, ju. Jas. Goddard 4 Cabalva .....
John Card Jas. Dalrymple C.W.H. Šewell G. G. Jarnan Rich. Card E.M. Boultbee Geo. Waddell. H. Ayers 6 Scaleby Castle 1949
Company's Ship John B. Sotheby T. W. Barrow Rob. Lowis Jas. Murdoch John Griffith Jas. Halliday Cras. Jobling 7 Perseverance 11871
Henry Templer Henry Templer Hen. Clement Jas. S. Biles Wm. Ticehurst Hatton Galway Thos. Godwin Jos. Hodson 5 Asten 890
George Gooch Fran. Creswell Wm. Evans A. Chapman Thos. A. Davis John Sprott WS Cumming Wm. L. Grave 6 Phoenix
Mad. A Beng. Rob. Williams Thos. White Tel. Musson Wm. Carter Rob. B. Shittler H. B. Avarne Thos. Ranken Harry James
Company's Slip Peter Cameron Jas. Pearson Rees Thomas Alex. Bell Fred.G.Moore Edw. Turner D. Leighton
Henry Bonham T. F. Balderston J. T. E. Flint Thos. Davey Rob. H. Rhind John Gisborne Jas. M. Hodges Jas. Gardner
David Gordon Thos, E. Ward Thos. D. Burn Wm. Powditch Thos, Clarkson P. Backerville J. Johnstone T. Stephenson
Beng & Bomb.
John Austin Hen.s. Graves
P. Mac Millan Chas, Burt
DAY. G. Arnot Chus. Bennet Lord Keith ...... (Robert Morris John Preeman John Shute IGco. Lamb Christopherson.
Jobn Coulter D. H. Renny 25th May, 1818.
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PROPERTY AGAINST REPUBLICANS AND LEVELLERS.
(WITA A PORTRAIT, ENGRAVED BY J. THOMSON;FROM AN ORIGINAL PAINTING IN
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Britaio and Ireland were rallying togemost men are so liable to be dazzled by ther at its blast. Anarchy and licenthe splendor of military exploits, that tiousness proclaimed with loud boast Dot only the poet, but the biographer the multitude of their adherents, while and bistorian, have always too fondly hypocrisy, ambition, and avarice, were enlarged on the successes of the war secretly plotting how to secure the tior, wbile the less brilliant, but more SPOILS of a PLUNDERED NATION. serviceable, exertions of the slatesman The local and the lirave, though upare mentioned with sparing testimonies daunted by Jacobin menaces, foresaw of applause. We often see the powers of with agouy the wounds they must be gepius employed in giving an artificial foreed to inflict, in the hateful strugverdure to the blood-stained laurels of gle; and Justice herself turned pale at victory, and we hear the car of triumph ihe number of apprehended executione. rattle through the sounding periods, At this crisis, the heaven inspired though its whecis arc clogged with counsels of a vigilant patriot averted HOMAN GORE.
all those calamilies, aod put a stop to But whatever praise may be due to the rising tumult, without shedding the champion who risks his life it fight- ONE DROP of BLOOD. He joined jog the ballles of his country, and of men of property and virtue in the bonds repelling the attacks of a foreign in- of iodissolable union; he inspired the vader, the highest honours of patriot- peaceful and industrious with security ism, and the warmest tributes of public and confidence ; he restored deluded gratitude, ought certainly to be reserved thousands to their allegiance and their for the man who, in the hour of internal duty; he quelled the turbulent , he alarm, and amidst the DARK BROODING intiinidated the audacious; be con. of DOMESTIC TREASON, steps for- founded the designing : he made the ward by bis wisdom, his virtue, and his dagger fall from the band of the assasspirit, io snve a whole people from the sin; and he extinguished the torch HORRORS of a civil waÅ.
which the incendiary had just lighted to Such was the state of affairs in which involve the kingdom in fiames. the talents of Mr. REÉVES, ont long Can it then be deemed an useless since, were so bappily displayed. A ten or an uninteresting task to trace the rest was gathering over our heads which outlines of this admirable cbaracter, was likely to burst with irresistillejury. and to present to the real lovers or The FRENCH HORN of sedition liad bucu licir country so briglit and so oncou