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Motion for Inducting the Rev. Dr. Shrewsbury; by the Rev. E. Bather. 8vo.
M'Farlane into the Ministry of the High 1s. 6d.
Church of that City. 8vo. 18. 6d.

An Enquiry into the Accordancy of Aids to Retlection, in a series of Pru. War with Principles of Christianity, dential, Moral, and Spiritual Aphorisms, &c. 8vo. 58. extracted chietly from the works of Arch. The Approach of the Latter Days, in bishop Leighton, with Notes and Re. four Dissertations on the following submarks, by S. T. Coleridge, esq.

jects : The Sword,

or War, PestiA Sermon, preached at St. Chad's, lence, Famine, and Antichrist. 8vo. 78.

MEDICAL REPORT. Report of Diseases and Casualties occurring in the public and prirate Practice of the Physician who has the care of the Western District of the City Dispensary. FEVERS of a low and typhoid kind our remedial processes, that fever is a

have proved pretty frequent during state not properly of exhausted, but rather the few past weeks, and in some instances of suspended, power. The school of dethey have assumed an aspect of much ma- bility and stimulation which refused to lignity, their types and tendencies varying, recognize this principle bas, it is to be bowever, with circunstances, to a very feared, much to answer for, although it considerable extent; thus serving to ren- must be admitted that signal success not der their management, if it may be so seldom attended those plans of treatment said, compound and complicated; and which practitioners now shrink from, to prove the futility of all attempts that under the feeling that their adoption imare made by theorizing, pathologists to plies a boldness of conduct unauthosimplify the source and define the seat of rized by principle, and unwarranted by febrile derangement.

experience. The question, indeed, What is fever? A German physician, who some thirty may be replied to by the interrogatory years since came amongst ns as an ob- What is it not? The brain, the stomach, server, expressed his astonishment at the the liver, the every-thing, being sometimes frequently happy copseqnences of what engaged with the disordered manifesta. he was pleased to consider and call the tion; while, at other times, the essence of empirical practice of the Britishı. “I the derangement shall run through, as it saw (he says) bark administered in ob. were, the whole of the organization, vionsly gastric disorders, and yet the withont any traceable locality, either in patients recovered.” At present, were our the way of cause, or course, or incident, continental friends to visit England, they or consequence.

would tind a prevalence of gastricist 10 In insiances where the oppression is their hearts' content; but it is worthy of extreme, and where, notwithstanding, stie remark, that both then and now, under mulants are inadmissible, the Reporter the sneers and revilings of our ingenious has found his account in administering the Gallic and laborious German rivals, we mineral acids: two or three mipims of have been found to meet the intricacies the muriatic acid, with the same quantity of disease with larger success than oor of the nitric, and a draclım or more of criticising opponents, and, if the battle be syrop of white poppy, will occasionally won, the vanquished may be left to speprove a powerful febrifuge,* checking the culate as they please upon how it ought to iendency to what used to be called have been otherwise. Seriously, it is putrefaction, and supporting without per- matter of self-congratulation, (to what. turbing the oppressed and almost sino- ever cause it may be ascribed, and we are thered energies of the frame ;-oppressed of course willing to set it down to the energies, the writer says, since it is of ready di-cernment and generalizing good importance to recollect, while institiiting sense of our compatriots,) it is matter of

Opium is much otiener required than self-congratulation, that the medical praeit is admissible in fever; poppy even is tice of Britain, even in spite of the oc. too apt to produce congestion in the casional obstacles of a false and mischiebrain, and dispose to constipation of the vons theory, lias ever proved of good bowels; but it is a fact of much practical report wlien extensive estimates have importance, that opiates of all kinds are been gone into with a view to ascertain less likely to prove injurious when given comparative results. in conjunction with acids than when alle Bedford-row ; D. UWINS, M.D. ininistered without these guards against

Oct. 20, 1823. their deleterious agency. It is likewise • Ju the last tormidable influenza, the proper to renjark, ihat opiates and stimu- deaths were in a larger proportion at lants are then the most safe and salutary Paris than at London, although the force in fevers, when the skin is in an open and of the disease was as great in the latter as ..myspirable state.

in the former city.



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Oct, 24. Cocoa, W. I. common • £4 0 0 to 5 10 0

0 to 5 10 O percwt. Coffee, Jamaica, ordinary 3 15 0

0 3 8 0 S 12 0 do. fine 5 10 0 6 2 0 5 6 0 6 0 0 do. Mocha

5 0 0
7 10 0
0 5 12 0

do. Cotton, W. 1. common.. 09

0 102
0 0 9

O 104 per lb.
Demerara... 0 0 111

15 0 0 111 Currants

5 8 0

5 10
5 0


O per cwt. Figs, Turkey

1 13 0

1 18 0

2 2 0 perchest Flax, Riga

64 0 0 65 0 0 62 0 63 00 per ton. Hemp, Riga, Rhine 41 0 0 43 0

0 0 42 0 0 do. Hops, new, Pockets 8 8 0

11 0

0 0 18

0 O per cwt. Sussex, do. 7 10 0 8 10 0 12 12 0 13 13 0 do. Iron, British, Bars 8 10

9.00 8 10 0 9 0 Oper ton. Pigs 6 0 0 7 0 0 6

0 0 do. Oil, Lucca


9 10

9 0 0 9 10 0 25 galls. - Galipoli..

53 0
0 53

O per ton. Rags 2 0


O O per cwt. Raisins, bloom or jar, new S 10 0

0 4 6 0 4 8 0 Rice, Patna

( 16
0 18 0 0 16 0 018

0 do. Carolina ........ 1 18

1 17 0

1 0 Silk, China, raw... 016 1

0 18

0 16 1 0 18
Bengal, skein
0 11 5 0 12 10 0 11 5 0 12 10

do, Spices, Cinnamon

8 3 0 7 6 0

0 39 0 4 0

S 9

do. Nutmegs 03 1 0

0 0 do. , Pepper, black.. 0 0 6

0 61


0 61 do. white.. 0 1 3

1 S


1 34 do. Spirits, Brandy, Cogniac 0 2 9

2 10 0 3 4 per gal. Geneva Hollands ( 2 1 0 2 2


2 do. Rum, Jamaica ..

2 4

2 6
2 4

6 do. Sugar, brown...

2 15

2 17. () per cwt. Jamaica, fine 3 3 0

3 11
S 9

3 13 0 do. East India, brown 1 0 0


4 0 lump, fine..... 4 3 0 4 6 0 4 3 0

do. Tallow, town-melted.... ? 4 0

0 0 0

0 0 do. Russia, yellow. 2 0 0

1 18

0 0 do. Tea, Bohea.. 0 2 41 2 51 2 5

2 54 per lb. Hyson, best

0 5 9

6 0 0, 5 9 06 do. Wine, Madeira, old 20 0 0 70 0 0 20 0

70 0 O per pipe Port, old

42 0 0 48 0 42 0 0 48 0 0 do. Sherry

20 0

50 0 0 20 00 50 0 0 per butt Premiums of Insurance.-Guernsey or Jersey, 258. a 308.—Cork or Dublin, 258. a 30s. -Belfast, 258. u 30s.--Hambro', 20s, a 508.—Madeira, 20s. a 30s.—Jamaica, 40s. a 50s.-Greenland, out and home, 6 gs. a 12 gs.

Course of Exchange, Oct. 24.- Amsterdam, 12 9.-Hamburgh, 38 0.–Paris, 26 10. Leghorn, 464.-Lisbon, 58.—Dublin, 94 per cent.

Premiums on Shares and Canals, and Joint Stock Companies, at the Office of Wolfe and Edmonds ----Birmingham, 3151.-Coventry, 11001.- Derby, 101.-Ellesmere, 631.— Grand Surrey, 491.-Grand Union, 191.—Grand Junction, 2641.-Grand Western, 51. -- Leeds and Liverpool, 3781. —Leicester, 3201.-Loughbro', 40001. - Oxford, 7501.-Trent and Mersey, 21501.-Worcester, 371.-East India Docks, 1451.–London, 1181.-West India, 2051.-Southwark BRIDGE, 181.-Strand, il.-Royal Exchange ASSURANCE, 2701.-Albion, 511.--Globe, 1621.-Gas Light COMPANY, 741. 10s.City Ditto, 1281.

The 3 per Cent. Reduced, on the 27th, were 814; 3 per Cent. Consols, 82; 4 per Cent. Consols, 98%; New 4 per Cent. 1024; Bank Stock,

Gold in bars, 31. 178.6d. per oz.—New doubloons, 31. 158.6d.—Silver in bars, 4s. 11d.


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ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES announced between the 20th of Sept.

and the 20th of Oct. 1823: extracted from the London Gazettes. BANKRUPTCIES. [This Month 46.]

Jenkios, J. Tewkesbury, corn-dealer. (Windas, L. Solicitors' Names are in Parentheses.

Kingsell, J. Blackwall, plumber. (West

Lumley, J. Foston, Yorkshire, coro-factor. (Elis ATKINSON, T. Ludgate-hill, cabinet-maker.

and Co, L. Bailey, J. N. "Chancery-lane, bookseller. (Tilson

M'Gowan, W. Newark, tez-dealer. (Chester, L

Mollett, J. Lower Thames-street, victualler. (Wood and Co.

ward and Co. Ball, H. and F. K. Fowell, Ottery St. Mary, Devon. shire, woollen-manufacturers. (Blake, L.

Moore, E. Hanway-street, Orford-street, silk-me. Barton, W. Cambridge, coach-proprietor. Stafford Peplow, J. Grosvenor-mews, veterinary-surgeoa.

(Thomas Bradford, B. Yardley-street, Spa-fields, leather. Phillips, H. Devonshire-street, Bishopsgate, batter.

japanner. (Galé Cleaver, W. Holborn, soap-mannfacturer. (Rogers Phillips, M. and Co. Devonshire-street, Bishopsgaie.

(Annesley and Co. Cornfoot, A. Houndsditch, baker. (Constable and Co.

(Isaacs Cox, C, St. Martin's-lane, draper. (Tanner

Pigott, W. Red-ball, Burstow, Surrey, farmer. Critchley, J. and T. Walker, Boltoa, spirit-dealers. Robertson, E. French-born yard, Dean-street, High

(Baddeley, L. (Adlington and Co. L. Dixon, F. and E. Fisher, Greenwich, linen-drapers. Rogers, w. Gosport, butcher."

Holborn, coach-smith. (Hutchinson (Amory and Co. L. Drakes, D. and G. Smith, Reading, linen-drapers. Simmons, A. Strand, twilor and draper. (Hamilica

Hooke, J. Bishopsgate-street within, tailor. Turner Duncalfe, J. sen. Donnington Woodmill, Shropshire, Sinith, T. Manor-row, Tower hill, eartbesvareman miller. (Mott, L.

(Kobiuson Fergnson, J. Liverpool, merchant. (Chester, L. Gaskell, J. Windle, Lancashire, miller. (Chester, L.

Steel, J. and G. Greenwich, timber-merciants, Gaskell, G. Hall, Westmoreland, innkeeper.

(Pratt, L. (Holmes and Co. L.

Sutton, W. Snnbury, Middlesex, brewer. (Vincent,L. Goodwin, R. Lamb's Conduit-street, silk-mercer.

Thurtell, T. Hayınarket, victualler. (Herett (Hurst

Twigg, W. Salford, victualler. Milne and Ce. Green, J. White-Horse terrace, Stepney, coal-mere

Waters, R. Union-court, Broad-street, (Gregsoa

and Co. chant. (Freeman and Co. L. Greetham, T. Liverpool, ship-chandler. (Chester, L. Wilment, s, Wilton, Somersetsbire, timber-me:

chant. (Holines and Co. L. Hepple, J. Cambo, Northumberland, cooper. (Bell Wombweli, w. Edmund-street, Battle-bridge, stage

and Co. L. Hibbert, J. Hylord's-court, Crutched-friars, wine- coach proprietor. (Williams and Co. L. merchant. (Noy and Co.

Wood, J. Cardiff, banker. (Gregory, L. Hurry, w. c. Minciug-lade, merchant. (Swain Wright, G. T. Piccadilly, ironmonger. (Fisher. aud Co.

Adams. L. and J. Barker, Don. Field and Rogston, Leeds

Russell, W. Fleet-street
Fox, T.

Great Surrey-street, Sheriffe, J. Farnham, Suney Agarid and Co. Borrowash, Der. Blackfriars'-road

Shirley, R. Backlers bury
Garbett, S. Birmingham

Smerdon and Penn, Liverpool
Atkinson, G. and J. Kirby-moor- Gee, S. Cambridge

Smith, A. Limne.street square
side, Yorkshire
Glover, J. Worcester

Spitta, C. L. F. and G. Molling, Pargc, B. Clifford-street, Bond- Goldney, T. Chippenham

and H. A. Spitta, Lawrence Gooch, W. Harlow, Essex

Pountney-lane Barnes, J. Pendleton, Lancashire Harvey, M.B. and J.W. Rochford Stevelis, J. Newgate.strert Barnwell, J. Leamington Priors Hewlett, T. Southborough, Kent Southbrook. E.C. Covent-garden Barrett, W. Cardiff

Higton, J. and J. Brewer, Broad- Treadway, T. Sloane-squaire Barry, 'r. Little Hampton, Sussex

way, Blackfriars

Tribaudino, c. J. ClevelandBeatije, G. Salford Holland, S. Bexhill, Susses

strect, Klile-end Bennett, J. Greenfairfield, Der. Hooper, J. Tooley-street

Turner, W. Layton, Essex byshire

Horne and Stackliouse, Liverpool Tully, F. Bristol Burbery, J. Corentiy

Jenkins, T. Lanvithen, Glamor- Wadsworth, J. Long Backley, Campbell, B. Prince's-square,



Joues, J. Coreley, Shropshire Waldie, J. and S. Dalston, Cum. Campbell, J. White Lion-court, Keep, J. Grimsby

Mitchell, P. Bungay.

Warbutton, J. Hardwick-mis,
Cannon, J. Liverpool
Mason, J. B. Cambridge

Herefordshire Carlile, W. Bolton, and J. Bain- Page, G. Cranbourn-street

Watson, sen. and jan. Alorick,
briilge, Preston
Pitstow, J. Earl's Colne, Essex

Carter, T. H. Minories
Pitt, J. Cirencester

Webb, H. Rochdale
Cox, R. A. G. Weston, J. Farber, Potts, W. Sheerness

Webster and Simpson, Towerand G. Cox, Little Britain Pritchard, J. Rosoman-street, street Crossland, S. Liverpool


Whalley, G. B. Basinghall-street Edwards, J. Norton-falgate Rangecroft, J. Binfield, Berks Willis, R. Broad-street, BloomsFarmer, Ñ. East. Jane,Bermondsey Richardson, J. Hull

Feize, G. Lawrence Pountney-bill Robertson, J. Newcastle-upon- Wright, G. St. Martin's-lane,
Jerus, G. jun. Stockport





THE present dry weather will be par: wheat-crop, on good soils and situation,

ticularly favourable for housing and is undoubiedly large, both in England and stacking the remainder of the corn and Scotland, yei considerably below the pulse, in the distant and northern districts. weight and quality of the old wheat; in Harvest, with few exceptions, may now most other parts, light and course, and be deemed at an end. Little of novelty from the difficulties of the season, gene. has occurred in the past month, Tue rally harvested in indifferent order. Ou


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367 the wliole, as we have held throughout, it has been confirmed to its, by private althongh there will be no want of wheat, communications, that Wales is covered neither the quantity nor quality are pro- with cultivation, superabundant in all live bable to realize the splendid promises held and dead produce; and yet, too much out by the public prints. Barley is a like Ireland, depressed by extreme pogreat, but not a fie, crop. Oats and verty. The cause of such an afortunate beans have far exceeded expectation. state of affairs is sufficiently obvions ; but Pease are good on some of the warmest it is by no means so with respect to any and best soils, in general a poor crop and immediate and effective remedy. Iradly harvested. Tares and seeds have Smithfield: Beef, 28. 4d. to 48.mot succeeded. Turnips have improved. Mutton, 28. 8d. to 48.-Veal, 28. 8d. to Potatoes are a great and sufficient crop, 48. 64.-Lamb, 34. od. to 58.–Oxford, though partially injured in late and ex- Bucks. and Beds. milk-fed pork, 38. 6d. posed situations. All kinds of live stock to 55. 8d.-Bacon, --.-Raw fat, 28. 3 d. are in the utmost plenty, but good hay per stone. very short in quantity. Wheat sowing, Corn Exchange:-Old wlieat, 40s. to 658. in forward lands, has been successfully -New, 38s. to 588.- Barley, 248. to 348. got through, but the tilths not generally -Oats, 205. to 30s.-London price of clean. In the extremities of the island, best bread, 41b. for 9d.-Hay, 758. to this important process will be very late. 1158.-Clover, do. 80s. to 1358.--Straw, Seasons of the present description are 398. to 50s. always peculiarly unfavourable to the Coals in the pool, 378. to 498. 6d. farmers of poor land and exposed districts. Middlesex ; Oct. 20. We learn from the Farmers' Journal, and


Journal of the Weather and Natural History, kept at Hartfield, East Grinsteud,

by Dr. T. Forsler, from Sept. 20, to Oct, 15, 1823.
Thermomet. Barometer.
10 P.M.
10 1.M.

State of the Weather.

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29.82 W.S.W. Calm and cloudy-Rain.


Fair warm day. 25 56



Fair. 26 59


W. Fair.
27 41

29.73 W.N.W. Fair.

29.83 S.S.W. Misty_Fair.
29 39


S.W. Misty-Fair.

S.W. Cloudy-Rain-Showers.

29.09 S.S.W. Windy-Rainy--Clear.

N.E. Foggy-Clear

29.76 N.S.W. White frost--Rain, 4 40


S.W, Fog-Clear-Fog. 5 57


S. Cloudy.

S.W. Cloudy-Rain-Clear,
7 50

29.94 W.S.W Much cloud.

29.78 W.N.W Fair-Cloudy.

W. Rain-Showers.

W. Showers and clear-Windy.

W. Windy and fair-Showers.

W. Showery day.

W.N.W. Showers-Clear.

29.35 W.N.W. Clear and clouds - Clear.



Fair day.
N.B.-This journal will be continued np to the 15th of each month successively.

Observations.- I have to apologize for 26th it became fair, and a delicious calm,
the omission of two Journals, occasioned with a serene sky and gentle north and
by absence from home. The inonth of easterly winds, succeeded; and continued,
August was wet and blowing; and the with the interinission of only a few blowing
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unsettled weather recorded in this Journal The late summer has been a singular que commenced again.

in many respects; amongst which may be I have ascertained, that over a tract of recorded, the unusually high temperature several hundred miles on the Continent, of the month of May, as observed at Great including France, the drought was very Yarmouth by Mr. C. G. HARLEY; wbo, ia considerable from the 27th of August to a meteorological journal kept for twentythe 21st of September. On Sunday, the nine years past, has found the average for 14th of September, a violent hurricane last May to exceed the previous general commenced in France about half past one average by 131° of Fahrenheit; and, what o'clock. The city of Paris was involved in is more singular, the sums and averages of a cloud of dust, carried up by the wind, the journal for the succeediug monils of før twenty minutes : this was followed by July and Angust were almost the same, a violent thunder-storm. Tiris hurricane, viz. — The dry days nine, and set days followed by its shower, seemed to point twenty-two; the depth of rain, 21 inches; north-east, being a south-west current; the wind south-west fifteen days, and de and it prevailed to a great degree, the en- ver was eat; the highest temperature 70°; suing night, in England.

and the average heat 6.3° and 66°.



Dame, to be present at a Te Deum VHE triumphs of legitimacy in and an eye-witness thus describes a all people in sackcloth and Ashes! “His former embonprint has fallen down

When despots and their vile satellites upon his legs and lower extremities: rejoice, freemen ought to mourn,

which are proportionally large and IDwhether they happen to be the imme- wieldy. His eyes are sunk, hollow, and diate victims or not. Despots consider troubled; his cheeks have fallen in, his their cause as universal: ought not lips have lost their roundness and tension,

and his whole countenance has an exthat of men to be the same?

hausted and cadaverous appearance. For Behold Ferdinand the Legitimate the last eighteen months he has entirely now on his march from Seville to lost the power of moving his lower extreMadrid; D'Angouleme on his“ right mities. The arm-chair in which he was hand, and A'Court on his left; with rolled up the nave of the cathedral was his confessor and prime minister riding the same which he had occupied in his on his shoulders, scattering Decrees of coach. He had been let down from the proscription and blood, and surround- latter without leaving the former, or at d by mobs of monks and friars, all changing his first position. A kind of shouting “Hallelujahs;" and you

slope, covered with carpetting, had been have a true picture of legitimacy in forned at the great gate of the church, co action.

that he could be rolled up and down with To enable us to judge of the worthi

out the necessity of being lified over the ness of the Bourbons to be proprietors within the frame that supported the ea

steps. This chair, which was placed of nations, and the arbiters of the popy, was so extremely low, that, in paus existence and liberties of mankind, ing along the lines of the guards, be wa. we need only recur to the facts, that looked down upon by them, and by the the first act of Ferdinand was to no- spectators who stood behind them. His minate his CONFESSOR his prime minis- Jegs were extended at full length, his feet ter; and that, in answer to an address were covered with black cloth-shoes, and of congratulation to the head of this both seemed pretei naturally swollen. race at Paris, he lately made the wywieldy, and torpid. His hands on both following reply:

sides had a firm hold of the arms of the Monsieur,- 1 sensibly feel what you say.

chair, on which his elbows leaned; in You pass eulogiums on me which I do not head was a good deal sunk between las teserre. I repeat it, it is Grid who has done shoulders, and his whole person without all; let us go and return Him thanks for life or energy !". His mercies ; let us go and thank the mo

We now give, as curiosities of ther of God, the Queen of Angels, who has legitimate morality, some passages abundoned France, und has never

from the discourse of the Archbishop ceased to beslow on her marks of her glorious of l'aris, after the performance of the protection."

grand Te Deum :This imbecile then went to Notre " Ferdinand VII. is free, and the King



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