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Rev. Charles Barbor, B.A. Tanfield R. co. Rev. Wm. Peters, Knipton R. co. LeicefYork, vice Rev. Mr. Lipieat, resigned. ter, and Wainthrop R.co. Lincoln.

Rev. Wm Barker Daniel, B.A. of Little Rev. Geo. Moore, collated to the archdea. Waltham, Essex, appointed one of the chap conry of Cornwall, vice Rev. Dr. Sleech,dec. lains to the Prince of Wales.

Rev. Tho. Heberden, M.A. inftalled caRev. Temple Fiike Chevalier, Mickfield non residentiary of Exeter Cathedral, vice R. co. Suffolk.

Rev. Mr. Moore. Rev. Jn. Simpson, Hilfton R. co. York. Geo. Plompin, of Jesus Coll. and Jn. Wi

Rev. Mr. Symons, appointed lecturer of Maw, of Trin. Coll. Camb. B.A. Bartholomew, near the Royal Exchange. Rev. Jolin Clyff, B.A. Winckleigh V. com Rev. Mr. Holcombe, Manerding R. Devon, vice Rev. Jn. Bradford, resigned. AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN, from March 17, to March 22, 1788.

Whert Rye Barley Oars Brandi COUNTIES upon the COAST.

s. diss. d. 5. d. s. d.fs. di London

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5 710 012 5 713 312

52 312 IT Suftulk 5 33 I 2

511 112 COUNTIES INLAND.

Noriolk 5 4,3

I 2 Middlesex 5 - 02 812 613 Lincoln

5 53 Surry

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York

5 73 6,2 Hertford

Durham 5 63 13 4'2 04 Bedford 5 0,3 511 12

Northumberld. 5 33 52 71
Cambridge

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41 92 4 Cumberland

5 113 82

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24 Huntingdon 5 470 ol2

92 5 Wettinoriand 14 02 102 Northampton 5 8,3 61 912 Laucaibire 6

44 Rutland 5 70 91 1112 Si Chethire

5 3 10 3

40 Leicester 5 103 6,2 5 Monmouth

0.3 OT 90 Nottingham 5 113 72 102 13 4 | Someriet

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7.1 TO 2 Derby

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53 3 THEATRICAL REGISTER. Var, DRURY LANE.

29. Tbe Regen!--The Miller of Mansfieli. 1. King Lear ---Selima and Azor.

3i. The Constant Couple--Selima and Azor. 3. Love in the Euf--Harlequin Junict.

Mar. COVENT GARDEN. 4. Venice Prefervid-- The First Floor. 1. The Dueno 1--T antara Rara, Rngues Ail. 6. Acis and Gitatea.

3. The Man of the World - The Farmer, 6. Love in the batt --The frith Widow. 4. Lady of the Manor-Menight Hour. 7. The Proxli Son.

6. The Conscious Lovers The Farmer. 8. King Lear--The Deferter.

S. Love in a Village---Tantara Rara, &c. 10. Macbeth Bon Ton.

19. The Mourning Bride-Cornus. 11. Love in tlie East--The Minor.

1. She 5:00ps t's Conquer--Niock Doctor. 12. Judas Maecabæus.

13. Belle's Sotagem---The Farmer. 13. Jane Shore-Catherine and Petruchio. 15. School for Wives--Midnight Hour.

24. Oroonok ----Omai. 15. Isabella--Who's'the Dupe?

25. Love makes a ManDitto. 24. George Barnwell-- Harlequin Junior.

26. Iukle and Yarico-The Apprentice. 25. New Way to pay Old Debts-Ditto. :7. The Recruiting Officer-Omai. 26. Love in the East--Ditto.

28. The Rivals --The Poor Soldier. 27. Way to keep Him-Rich. Caur de Lion. 29. The Beggar's Operz-Tom Thumb. 28. Love in the Lant-Bon Ton.

21. The Beaux Stratagem--Omai.

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4; 1 March 25, 1785. Chrittened. Buried.

5 85 1 50 and 60 128 Males Mules 687?

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10 and 20 5? | 70 and 80 91 Whereof have died under two years old 374

20 2.0 30 128 and 90 23 30 and 40 13; 90 and 100

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EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN MARCH, 1788.

New /? perch New 3 per C: 4perC1. Exchel Lottery
Ann. 1751 Navy. Scrip. Scrip. Bills. Fick.ro.

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N.B. In the 3 per Cent. Confols. the highest and lowest Price of each Day is given ; in the other Stock the highest Price only.

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The Gentleman's Magazine ;

CONTAINING
Meteor. Diaries for Apr.1783, and May,1787282 Queen Mary's Confinement at Edinburgh

312 Letter from the Hon. and Rev. W. Stuart to Sir Explanation of Two very remarkable Seals 313

W. Fordyce, on the Inoculation at Luton 283 Original Letter from Oliver Cromwell io. On the Cultivation of our National History, 284 Commendable Charity of the Lincoin Ladies 314 Remarkable Anecdote of Bishop Cumberland 286 The necelfary Qualities of Country Justices 315 Original Strictures on Modern Education 287 Braclwardin's Idea of Mr. Berington's Plan 316 Provincial Terins in the North explained 283 Further Observations on Private Executions 10. Meaning of Grace, applied to Terms of Art 289 Material Representation of the Deity improper 317 Anecdotes of the Liberality, &c. of Apelles 290 The Stonehenge in Friedland, &c. deroribed 318 Observatory of Trin. Coll. Dublin, defcribeul 291 Address to the Scotch Episcopalian Clergy 319 The Five Courts of Justice at Dublin described 294 Petrified Animal Bones from Somerfetthire zzi Comment on Sir J. Prestwich's" Refpublica" 295 Marine Shells from the Coast of Suffolk On the Interment of the President Bradshaw it. Proceedings in present Seffion of Parliament 322 Practicability of well amusing advanced Life 296, Mr. Urban's Reviewers reviewed

32y Interesting Enquiry on the Salmon Fithery 297 REVIEW OF NEW PUBLICATIONS 330—34 Affecting Narrative of a diftretsed Family 299 Catalogue of New Books--Index Indicatorius 346 Character of Dr. Jolifon, drawn by himself 304 SELECT POETRY, ancient and mod. 347–351 Walker's "Memoir of Irith Bards” vindicated 303 E. Invia News, Foreign Affairs, American Intel Remarks on Pinkerton's Diff. on the Goths 305 ligence, Domestic Occurrences, &c. 352—36 A Medal struck after Fifty Years Marriage 308 Births, Marriages, Deaths, &c.

363-372 A strange Clerical Impropriety reprehended 309 Lift of Bankrupts

373374 Bishops transplanted from Ireland to England 310 Prices of Grain-Theatrical Register, &C. 37 The Isle of Wiglit Petition on the Slave Trade 311 Daily Variations in the Prices of Stocks

37 Embellished with a Vier of the House at EDINBURGH where MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS was confined ; an infide View of the old Courts OF JUSTICE, and the OBSERVATORY of TRINITY COLLEGE, at DUBLIN ; a remarkable MEDAL; curious SEALs, &c.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for April, 1788. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Falirenheit's Thermometer. Barom. Weather

Barom. Weather in. pos.fin April 1788.

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overcast, mild and pleasant a 3 29 16

SW

fair and warm b 4 29 15

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clouds and fun 5 30

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, hot fun, harth wind I 2 61 NE

overcaft, harth winds 29

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88 overcalt, lieady rain 11 29 IO

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29
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bright and hot, distant thunder
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fun and wind 17

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hot fuil, cloudleis, drying wind 29 19

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12 hafty sewers, clouds, fun & wind 29

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bright, red even 31 30 1

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OBSERVATIONS. . Mountain {now-drop (leucojum æstivum) in bloom.--b Large black fies, bibion noir de

St. Marc (tipulæ febriles) appear in great numbers, and afford plenty of food to the Rewly-arrived swallows.--- Pastures yellow with bioom of ranunculi. Horse-chesnut in bloom and full leaf.- Hyacinthus non scriptus, and quince (malus cydonia) in bloom. e Rye now mored in ear, affords a plentiful crop of fodder during these haríh winds, which keep back the grass.--f Some swallows frequent chimnies ; not yet all come. & Alopecurus pratení.s & anthoxanthum vxoratum in bloom.- H.:wthorn in bloom, ad highly fragrant.--; Rhubarb (thelun rhaponticuin) in bloom. Fera emerges.

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Mr. URBAN,

George-Ar. Hanover. care that human prudence could suggest, as

Squarı, April 12. to cleanliness, medicine, and attendance, EARING Jately of the scarcely more than half of our patients sura

vived this dreadful dise:fe; and though they great success attending

were kept at some distance from the town, H

inoculation for the small it was found inapoifible to prevent the inpox at Luton in Bed

fection from spreading. Alarmed at the fordshire, I was natural danger, I endeavoured to overcome the

mely led to enquire into the prejudice and fears of the people, and prefeveral particulars relative to that matter. vail on them to be inoculated. Accordingly, Amongst other informations, some of in the course of three days, a surgeon of the them perhaps of doubtful authority, I neiglabourbood communicated the infectica have been favoured with the following to 928 paupers, who were judged incapaauthentic account by the Hon. and Rev. ble of paying for themselves; and soon after Mr. Stuart, rector of the parish. . If 10.287 more, mostly at their own charge. you should judge the communication to

Of these 1215, only five died, and those he of sufficient importance to the pub- fee by the attelted list which is inclosed.

under the age of four months; as you will hick, I doubt not of your giving it a

Mean time Mr. Kirby and Mr. Chase, place in your Magazine; in which case, it may be deemed a curiosity by fome of the surgeons resident at Luton. inoculateu

about 700 of the better fort, with an equal your readers to be informed, that Mr,

fuccefs. Stuart is a grandson of the late Lady Mary

Even from this statement, the advantage Wortley Montague, who firit introduced

of inoculation is manifest ; but the followįnoculation into this country:

ing circumstances set this advantage in a To Sir William Fordyce.

Itronger light. Many paupers have fince Sir,

Thered me the preparatory medicines, In answer to your letter concerning the which, notwithstanding all their promites fuccess of the inoculation at Luton, I take to take, they had omitted; and the extent the liberty of troubling you with the fol of the parith (it being nearly thirty-three Inwing facts.

miles in circumference) rendered it opor Towards the end of last summer, a sible to prevent their proquring Itrong lismall-pox of the most malignant kind pre quors. These circunstances, that few sube vailed at Luton. Notwithstanding every

mitted to regimen, 217 that some did not

* Two house-martins (hirundo urbica) seen.-i Two swifts (hirundo apus) appear.m Swallows frequent chimnies.--Medlar (mespilus germanica) blows. A pair of reda backed hutcher virds have built a nest in a quickset bedge. The eggs are white, and surrounded at the biggest end by a circle of brown spots, “coronæ initar *;"--p Fly catcher (muicapa grifola) appears. In outlets about town, where mosses, lichens, and gossamer, &c. are wanting, birds da not make neits so peculiar each to its species., Thus the nest of the chaifinch hath got that elegant appearance, nor is it so beautifully studded with lichens, as those in the country; and the wren is obliged to construct his nest with itraws and dry grailes, which do not give it that roundness and compactress so reinarkable in the cdifices of that little ar's inted.

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