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AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL PROPERTY, Dock Srock, Fire-OpriceSHarzy, &c. in November 1810 (to the 24th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London :--Staffordshire and Worcestershire, 7491. 10s. Dividing 40!. nett per Annum. -Swansea, 1677, the last Dividend 81. per Share.-Monmouthshire, 1261. 55. to 1331. with 21. 10s, Half-Year Dividend.-Grand Junction, 2931, to 2751. with 31. Half-Year Div. Kennett and Avon, 411. 10s.-Wilts and Berks, 551.-Rochdale, 551.-Ellesmere, 731.. Union, 961.-Lancaster, 261. 271. 10s.--Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 241.---Basingstoke, 451. 35-~Worcester and Birmingham Old Shares, 381.--Grand Surrey, 721. to 691. 155.-West India Dock Stock, 1651.—London Dock, 1231. 10s.-Commercial Dock, 721.-Globe Assurance, 1241. per Share. --Albion Assurance, 60l.-Imperial Assurance, 761.-London Institution, 651.-Surrey Institution, 231.2s.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending November 17, 1810.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat, Rye | Barly, Oats Beans

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

s. ds. d. s. d. s. d., s. d. Middlesex 995 40 1042 0/32 10 55 6 Essex

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0 32 650 9 Surrey 105 850 0 47 0 34 2152 Kent 96 9158 0 42 332 0146 Hertford 90 4153 045 031 0 50 6||Sussex

600 oloo 32 Bloo Bedford 91 2 49 643 630 656 of Suffolk 91 900 0 42 2/31 1143 6 Huntingd. 88 4100043 5|26 444 2|Cambridg. 86 739 039 621 549 4 Northam. 94 952 043 1/23

0 48 0 Norfolk 88 2 42 0 38 630 041 1 Rutland 89 600 045 925 6147 0|Lincoln 88 9 42 10 41 8123 1151 6 Leicester 90 8 49 3+3 5125 1 45 2|York 85 456 0 41 2 24 956 3 Nottingham 93 2 46 4146 0129 2 56 2 Durham 83 400 0 46 0 26 200 0 Derby

800 0 +9 8 30 0155 8|Northum. 77 5160 038 327 8100 0 Stafford 103 2:00 047 S33 158 10|Cumberl. 89 754 2 46 3/29 100 0 Salop 109 3165 8 49 8 34 4100 0 Westmor. 95 9 54 10 44 929 500 0 Hereford 114 764 048 631 11 50 1|Lancaster 95 800 051 430 8162 8 Worcester 120 2100 0 47 8/36 455 1|Chester 94 900 0 50 10 31 3100 Warwick 111 200 0 49 454 4159 4|Flint

103 200 057 729 0100 Wilts 108 4100 0 44 632 0166 0|| Denbigh 101 000 055 4131

6100 Berks 106 3100 0 45 032 9 58 3||Anglesea 000 000 0 42 023 000 Oxford 109 400 0 42 1032 4154 8 Carnarv. 93 000 048 624 000 Bucks 98 600 041 531 10 49 6Merionet. 101 4164 052 627 1000 Brecon 121 8100 0157 8/28 1000 0 Cardigan 104 900 0146 0114 Soo Montgom. 112 900 0143 928 600 0||Pembroke 85 1100 0 41 10/16 000 0 Radnor 122 3100 oljo 130 41000 Carmarth. 97 600 0 46 817 11000 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Glamorg. 120 1000 049 이26 0000 0

101 1155 10147 5129 2153 4 Gloucest. 122 9100 0 46 10100 054 9 Average of Scotland, per quarter: Somerset 115 41000 46 9 24 061 0 77 1149 114081294754 9 Monmo. 122 900 050 600 000 0

Devon 110 700 0 46 527 10.00 0 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma-Cornwall 96 500 0/45 1/26 2000 ritime Districts of England and Wales, by Dorset 112 1000 015 2100 0.00 0 which Exportation and Bounty are to be ) Hants 107 S100 0 47 732 657 0 regulated in Great Britain......

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PRICES OF FLOUR, November 26:
Fine 85s, to 90s.-Seconds 75s. to 80s.-Bran 14s., to 16s.-Pollard 26s. to 30s.
RETURN of WHEAT, in Mark-Lane, including only from Nor, 12 to Nor. 17:
Total 17,292 Quarters. Average 855.74d.-0s. 3.d. lower than last Return.

OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, November 17, 51s. 1d.
AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, November 21, 44s. 84d. per Cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, November 23:
Kent Bags......... ......52. 5s. to 77. 15s. Kent Pockets...............61. Os. to 91. 9s.
Sussex Ditto...............51. Os. to 71. Os. Sussex Ditto...............51. Os. to 71. 15s.
Essex Ditto...... .......01. Os. to 01. Os. Farnham Ditto ..........111. Os. to 141. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, November 8 : St. James's, Hay 71. 15s. Straw 3. 4s. 6d.-Whitechapel, Hay 71. 175. 6d. Clorer 91. 9s. Straw 21. 19s.od.-Smithfield, Clover 7l. 19s. Od. Old Hay 81. 10s. Od. Straw 21. 10s. Oder

SMITHFIELD, November 26. To sink the Offal--per Stone of 8lbs. 4 Beef...... .48. 4d. to 5s. 8d. Lamb........

.None for Sale. Mutton..

.53. Od, to 6s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market this Day: Veal........

5s. Od. to 7s. Od. Beasts about 2550. Calves 120. Pork....

58. 8d. to 6s. 8d. Sheep and Lambs 13,480. Pigs 280. COALS, November 26 : Newcastle 47s. 6d. to īls. 9d. Sunderland 53s. to 55s. 3d. SOAP, Yellow 90s. Mottled 100s. Curd 104s. CANDLES, 12s. Od, perDoz. Moulds 13s. Od. TALLOW, per Stone, 3lb. St. James's 45.3d. Clare Market 4s. 3d. Whitechapel 4s. 1 file

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DECEMBER, 1810.

CONTAINING

LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Covent. 2 GenerAL EVENING

Cumberland 2 M.Post M. Herald

Doncaster--Derb. Morning Chronic.

Dorchest.--Essex Times-M. Advert.

Exetei: 2, Glouc. 2 P.Ledger--Oracle

Halifax-Hants 2 Brit. PressDay

Hereford, Hull 3 St. James's Chron.

Ipswich 1, Kent ! Star-Traveller

Lancast.-Leices. 2 Pilot--Statesman

Leeds2, Liverp. 6 Sun-Even. Mail

Maidst. Manch.4 Lond.Chr. Packet

Newc.3.--Notts. 2 Albion--C. Chron.

Northampton 2 Courier-Globe

Norfolk, Norwich Eng. Chron.--Inq.

N.WalesOxford2 Cour d'Angleterre

Portsea-Pottery Cour, de Londres

Preston--Plym. 2 150therWeeklyP.

Reading --Salisb. 17 Sunday Papers

Salop--Sheffield Hue & Cry Police

Sherborne, Sussex Lit. Adv. monthly

Shrewsbury Bath 3-Bedford

Staff.-Stamf. 2 Berwick Boston

Taunton-Tyne Birmingham 3

Wakefi. -Warw. Blackb. Brighton

Vore, 2-YORK 3 Bristol 5, Bury

IRELAND 37 Camb.-Chath.

SCOTLAND 24 Carli.2.- Chester 2

Sunday Advertiser Chelms. Cambria.

Jersey 2. Guern. 2. Meteorolog. Diaries for Nov. and Dec. 1810, 506, St. George's Chapel-Henry VII's Chapel 538 Character of Brig.-Gen. Robert Craufard 507 Prior's Verses spoken to Lady H.C.H.Harley540 Character of Major-General John Bellasis 508 Epitaph proposed for the late Mr. Dryander ibid. Restoratiou of Westminster Abbey-Dr.Parr 510 Twelfth Night, a new Game of Cards ....541 Mr. Legge-Medical Education --Gout.:511 Herrick the Poet --Quacks--Delves Family 542 A Meteorological Journal kept at Clapton. 512 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE

543 Remains of Bermondsey Abbey, in Surrey 513 Review of New PUBLICATIONS; viz. Anecdote of Dean Swift respecting Dress.. ibid Mr. Huskisson on the State of our Currency 545 Dr. Lettsom's Sixty-ninth Letter on Prisons.514 Hayerhill, "a Poem, by Mr. John Webb .: 546 Mr.Neild on Castle RushenGaol, Isle of Man ibid. Bp. Reynolds's Commentary on Ecclesiastes 548 On the Conclusion of the Jubilee Year. 519 Sixth Report of the Bible Society, 1810. . ibid. The Author of certain Controversial Tracts? 520 Sketch of the Civil List-- Hist. of Shrewsbury 550 Original Letter from Baskerville to L. Orford 521 Ilingworth's Description of Scampton, Linc. 553 Bingraph. Notices of Sir Rich. Fulmerstone 522 Friendly Visits from the Muse, by a Lady 554 Receipt for making Lord Pembroke's Port. 523 Rev. Manley Wood's Five City Sermons · 555 Happy Effects of Vaccination demonstrated 524 Clarke and M'Arthur's Life of Lord Nelson 556 “ A Life of Bishop Porteus” corrected ... 524 Sir R. Wilson's Vindication of the Russians . 563 Remarks on the Fleurs-de-lis, in Heraldry 526 Select Poetry for December, 1810, 565–568 Old England for ever! - Curious Epitaphs ibid Interesting Intell, from the London Gazettes 569 Confessions of a Naval Officer continued ..528 Proceedings in present Session of Parliament 575 Sketch of several Modifications of Clouds. ibid. Abstract of the principal Foreign Occurrences579 Illustrations of Horace, Book I. Satire X. . 530 Country News--Domestic Occurrences ...582 The Antiquity of the Scotch Plaid vindicated 533 Births and Marriages of eminent Persons . 585 Imperious Duty of attending Public Worship 534 AdditionsandCorrectionsinformerObituaries 550. Contemplations on the RuralSabbath,a Poein 535 Obituary, with Anecd. of remarkable Persons 557 Capt. Manby-Improvement of Glebe Land 537 Bill of Mortality 598~-Prices of Markets 599 ARCHITECTURAL INNOVATION, No. CLI. . . ibid. I Daily Variations in the Prices of the Stocks 600 Embellished with a Perspective View of Part of the Remains of, and Architectural

and Sculptural Fragments froin, the Abbey of BerMONDSEY, Surrey.

By SYLV ANUS URBAN, Gent.

Printed by J. NICHOLS and SON, at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage, Fleet-street, Louilon

where' all Letters to the Editor are desired to be addressed, Post-PAID. ,1810.

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29-15 29-14 29-17 29-18 29. 6 29. 1 28-17 29-18 29- 6 29-13 29. 6 29-10 29-19 29-18 29- 9 29. 2 29. 4 29. 8 29-10 29-11 29. 5 29.7 29-11 29-11 29-10 29. 1 29. 1 28.18 28-17 29. 1

cloudy, showery, evening windy
cloudy, some rain, windy
cloudy, some light rain, high wind
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cloudy, evening rainy
cloudy, rainy, evening clear
scattered clouds
constant rain night and day, very tempestuous wind
cloudy, but little rain
cloudy in general
clear
steady rain all day
cloudy in general, some rain, windy
mostly cloudy, frequent sain
alternately clear and cloudy, frequent rain
cloudy at times, with light rain
cloudy, some light rain
cloudy, evening very rainy
cloudy, light rain
mostly cloudy, 'showery
mostly cloudy, frequent beavy rain, some hail
clear
cloudy at times, with rain
morning heavy rain, afternoon clear
cloudy, frequent rain
cloudy at times, with rain
cloudy, some rain
clear.

The average degrees of Temperature, as noted at 8 o'clock in the ning, are 40; those of the corresponding month in the year 1809, were 36 ; in 1808, 42 52-100ths ; in 1807, 34 55-100ths ; in 1806, 45 30-100ths ; in 1803, 36; and in 1804, 42 10100ths.

The quantity of Rain fallen this month is equal to 6 inches 80-100ths; that of the corresponding month in the year 1809, was 1 inch 54-100ths; in 1808, 3 inches 8. 100ths; in 1807, 5 inches 44-100ths; in 1806, 3 inches 36-100ths ; in 1805, 1 iuch 35-100ths; and in 1804, 5 inches 44-100ths,

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for December 1810. By W. ÇARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit’s Thermometer.

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THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,

For DECEMBER, 1810.

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Mr. URBAN,

Dec. 8. Austrian armies under the Archduke TOUR ready insertion of my short Charles and Marshal Clairfait, in those

Memoir respecting Major- most interesting campaigns of 1795, 96, general Sir SAMUEL AUCHMUTY *, and 97, and filled the Military mission to induces me to offer you this paper.

the Archduke, after his brother was

wounded. He then became deputy quarIt affords me great happiness, that a short notice of Brigadier CRAUFURÐ, guished himself greatly when Humbert

ter-master-general in Ireland, and distinwhich I had given to the publick in landed in that country. He was much another work, occasioned the fol

esteemed by Lord Cornwallis, Sir Ralph lowing detailed account from a much

Abercrombie, and General Lake. Aftermore able pen; and I request your wards he was sent by our Government to insertion of it for the reason stated Switzerland, and served the campaign of therein, to which I will add my own 1799 there with the Austrians. At Buenos observations respecting that high- Ayres, where he commanded a part of minded Briton.

our troops, he did as much as possibly “ As I think the Country ought to be

could be done, under all the disadvanmade intimately acquainted with any offi- tageous circunstances of his situation, cer who particulariy distinguishes' him- according to the unanimous opinion of self, and to whom they may confidently every officer under him. He afterwards look for the most important services, I beg commanded the light brigade under the your insertion of the following particulars

much-lamented Sir John Moore, who had respecting Brigadier-gen. Robert Craufurd, a very high opinion of him. The manner whom I have known many years, and

in which he has commanded the light di. whose character I never ceased to admire:

vision of Lord Wellington's army, is too • Brigadier - general Robert Craufurd recently before the publick to need illuswas first in the 25th regiment of foot, then

tration. Had he not retired from the coinmanded by that excellent officer Sir army in disgust, as I have mentioned Charles Stuart, brother to Lord Bute, who above, he would now have been Lieutesoon discovered in my friend tbat enthu- nant-general.' siastic ardour for the military profession, ** Having had particular opportunities that ardent application, and genius, for of knowing intimately this gallant atd which he is so conspicuous. Sir Charles highly-distinguished Officer, and apprehad the highest opinion of hiin, and al- ciating as I do his fine character and ways bore him the warmest regard. At brilliant talents, I felt it a duty incuman early age, he passed several years with

bent upon me to send this account of him the Prussian, Austrian, and Saxon ar

to your Paper, which is so deservedly mies, studying his profession with the ut

famed for justice, liberality, and accumost diligence in all its branches. He

racy of information. became deeply versed in tactics, as well

“ A SOLDIER OP LONG SERVICE." as in the Artillery and Engineering sciences, and an excellent military drafts

I beg leave to add to the foregoing Afterwards he went to ihe East facts, that it is now about twenty Indies in command of the 75th regiment, years since I served several Camupon its being raised. He formed that paigns with the gallant Brigadierregiment in the most perfect manner, and general Robert Craufurd, then commanded it in the field under Lord Captain ; and I am truly happy in Cornwallis with great credit. Disgusted being able to bear testimony to the at not obtaining an appointment to which integrity, rigid principles of truth, he thought himself entitled, he quitted disinterestedness, and unremitting the army; but he never was easy till he

zeal for the honour of His Majesty's returned to a profession for which he is so

arms, which that high-minded Soldier eminently qualified. He served with the

has always displayed. In proof of * See our Magazine for April of the this assertion, I have to state, present year, p. 301. Edit.

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