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BILL OF MORTALITY, from December 22, 1812, to January 26, 1919,
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 167 50 and 60 174. Males - 1157 Males 927

5 and 10 58 60 and 70 166

1798 Females Females 871

10 and 20 48 70 and 80 134 Whereof have died under 2 years old 528

20 and 30 113 80 and 90 55 Peck Loaf 6s. 2d.

30 and 40 157 90 and 100 4 Salt 1. per bushel; 4 d. per pound.

40 and 50 194

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending January 16,
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye | Barly Oats Beans

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

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s. d.s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Middlesex 128 872 367 952 10/31 10|| Essex 128 078 0174 10151 4 89 Surrey 128 0176 070 1053 877 01 Kent 118

0165 0163 0 49 678 Hertford 116 869 069 4155 888 3|| Sussex 117 8100 065 046 000 Bedford 118 874 4163 4149 288 8|| Suffolk 11 774 0/63 4 49 564 1 Huntingd. 118 700 068 6/49 882 0 Camb. 115 1070 0/62 1041 369 11 Northamp. 120 400 068 445 4.82 6|| Norfolk 115 274 816 11 49 968' 9 Rutland 116 600 073 6148 381 6|| Lincoln 111 877 7164 1 42 5113 6 Leicester 120 1/84 870 644 798 11|| York 114 1 91 10/62 5 42 10 99 11 Nottingh. 118 4.86 071 649 8 100 4| Durham 109 6100 0167 1 42 9100 0 Derby 118 0 00 069 949 0 112 | Northum. 102 779 4157 11 46 200 () Stafford 122 4100 0172 11/43 1111 1||Cumberl. 108 794 57 939 300 Salop 121 690 873 540 694 2| Westmor.124 0104 0160 9 43 800 0 Hereford · 115 2704167 8 35 10 69 3|Lancaster121 6100 0/62 046 1000 Worcester 125 1100 0/68 10 46 8 89 Chester 114 300 079 6 +1

200 Warwick 127 000 074 650 6109 6| Flint 128 400 081 8100 Wilts 113 0100 0167 8 46 895 8|Denbigh 130 500 081 044

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000 066 746 1075 3|Anglesea 000 000 0.64 0 39 000 Oxford 121

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0167 0 18 592 Ol| Carnarv. 120 0100 0 61 4 42 000 0 0. Bucks 125

800 0164 6+7 085 6|Merionet. 120 0100 0164 945 000 0 Brecon 112 888 065 032 095 , 7||Cardigan 112 11 00 0 45 0 24 600 0 Montgom. 120

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9 39 1100 0 Pembroke 95 10 00 0 55 1030 1000 0 Radnor 115 900 064 0133 700 o Carmarth 106 10100 0155 030 7100

Glamorg. 120 400 063 5132 000 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucest. 125 600 0173 1744 000 118 979 4,66' 5,43 3187 11| Somerset 126 € 56 867 237 079

Monmo. 121 6100 071 0134 000

Devon 124 000 0162 638 7100 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma- | Cornwall 113 1100 057 231 100 ritune Distriets of England and Wales, by | Dorset 124 9100 0 66 10 40 000 which Exportation and Bounty are to bell Hants 119 600 0167 048 8177 3 régulated in Great Britain.......

...117 6179 9164 10142 583 PRICES OF FLOUR, January 25 : Fiae per Sack 105s. to 110s. Seconds 95s. to 100s. Bran per Q. 17s. to 20s.

Pollard 27s. to S2s. New Rape Seed 601. to 65l. per last. RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark. Lane, including only from Jan. 11 to Jan. 16 : Total 7047 Quarters. Average 125s. 114.-15. 10d. higher than last Return, OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, January 16, 46s. 7d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, January 20, 56s. 4d.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, January 28 : Kent Bags ..........111. Os. to 161. Os. Kent Pockets ..........101. Os. to 141, 14s. Sussex Ditto ......... 101. 10s, to 131. 13s. Sussex Ditto

101, Os. to 131. Os. Essex Ditto ........... 101. Os. to 151. Os. | Farnham Ditto .......181. Os. to 241. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, January 18 : St. James's, Hay 41. 10s. Suraw 21. 25.-Whitechapel, Hay 41. 16s. Straw 11. 185.

Clover 71.--Smithfield, Old Hay 51. 10s. Straw 21. 4s. Clover 61. 2s. 6d.

SMITHFIELD, January 25. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef ....

..........58. Od. to 6s. 4d. Head of Cattle at Market this Day : Muiton .......5s. Od. to 6s, 8d. Beasts about 2,200.

Calves 90. Veal......... ........6s. Ud. to Ss. Od. | Sheep and Lambs 12,520. Pigs 280, Pork........ ......5s. 8d. to 6s. 8d. |

COALS, January 25: Newcastle 47s. to 555.-Sunderland 48s. to 52s. 6d. SOAP, Yellow, 104s. Mottled 114s Curd 118s. CANDLES, 13s. 6d. per Doz, Monlds 15s. TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb. St. James's 5s. 11d. Clare 5s. 11£d. Whitechapel 5s. 10d,

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FEBRUARY, 1813.

LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Covent. 2 Generar EVENING

Cumberland 2 M.Post M. Herald

Doncaster--Derb. Morning Chronic.

Dorchest.--Essex Times-M. Advert.

Exéter 2, Glouc. 2. P.Ledger&Oracle

Halifax-Hanst 2 Brit. Press-Day

Hereford, Hull 3 St. James's Chron.

Ipswich 1, Kent 4 Sun-Even. Mail

Lancast.-Leices. 2 Star-Traveller

Leeds2, Liverp. 6 Pilot--Statesman

Maidst. Manch. 4 Packet-Lond.Chr.

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

Northampton Courier-Globe

Norfolk, Norwich Eng. Chron.--Inq.

N.Wales Oxford 2 Cour d'Angleterre

Portsea-Pottery Cour. de Londres

Preston-Plym. 2 150ther WeeklyP.

Reading -Salisb. 17 Sunday Papers

Salop-Sheffield2 Hue & Cry Police

Sherborne, Sussex Lit. Adv. monthly

Shrewsbury Bath 3_Bristol 5

Staff.-Stamf. 2 Berwick Boston

Taunton-Tyne Birmingham 4

Wakefi.-Warw. Blackb. Brighton

Worc. 2-YORK 3 Bury St, Edmund's

Ireland 37 Camb.-Chath.

SCOTLAND 24 Carli.2-- Chester 2

Sunday Advertise. Chelms, Cambria. CONTAINING

Jersey 2. Guern. 2. Meteorological Diaries for Jan. & February 98 | Bye Paths of Parnassus, by a Candidate 128 Poems by Joshua Barnes the Greek Critick 99 FRAGMENTS OF LITERATURE, No. III....... 130 Tho. Heyrick, and Specimen of his Poems ibid. ARCHITECTURAL INNOVATION, No.CLXXI. 132 Another Clue to the Discovery of Junus 101 Literary Intelligence.--Index Indicatorius 135 M.Appert's Method of preserving Aliments ibid. Review or New PubliCATIONS; viz. A curious Article in Mr. West's Library 102 Fitzgwarine, &c. by Mr. Dovaston..... 137 Grotius.—“Importance of a Religious Life” 103 Meredith on the Gold Coast of Africa...... ibid. Funeral Service-Bishop Lowth's Daughter 104

Mawe's Travels in the Interior of Brazil... 141 Description of Harlech Castle, Merionethsh. 105 Conseils à ma Fille.- Diurnal Readings... 146 Mr.Chase'sNarrativeoffarthquake at Lisbou ib. The Gull's Hornbook, by Tho. Decker .: ibid, The Lakes of Westmoreland, &c. filling up 111 Cleeve's Serion for Widows of Clergy Controversy respecting Hen. VII.'s Chapel ibid. Genlis's Histoire des Femmes Françaises 150 Epitaph on Huin phrey Say.-Lord Vaux 112 Faulkner's Historical Account of Fuibain 151 Account of the Parish of Sharnford,co. Leic. 113 Dyer's Letters on the English Constitution 153 Modern Greek Usage of the Term Abgyos... 114 The Protestant Advocate, Nos. IV. and V. ibid. Common Translation of St. Luke defended 115 Review of New MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS 155 " Friends to the Established Church”...... 119 Select Poetry for February....

158 Account of “The BritishGalleryofPicturesibid. Proceedings in presentSession of Parliament 161 County History of Durham by Mr.Surtees 121 Interesting Intell. from Londen Gazettes 164 Mr. Luders on the House of Commons 122 Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences 170 Edward I.-Elizabethan Protestants, &c. 123 Country News, 175.---DomesticOccurrences 177 Regent's Chaplains.—Hebrew Learning... 124 TheatricalReg.- Promotions-Preferments 179 Observations on the Art of Bridge-building ibid. Births and Marriages of eminent Persons ibid. Suggestions to the Builders of Strand Bridge 125 Obituary, withAnec.of remarkable Persons 150 BaronyofHastings.--St. Michael's, Coventry 126 Canal,&c.Shares, 190.-- Prices of Markets 191 Directions for the Management of Poultry 127 Prices of Stocks each Day in February.... 192 Embellished with a Perspective View of Harlech CASTIE, Merionethshire; and 'of

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A METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL, kept at CE.APTON, in Hackney.

From Jan. 22 to Feb. 9, 1813.

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OBSERVATIONS. Jan. 22. Cold cloudy day. 23. Cold wind, and for most part cloudy; snow fell at night. 24. Cloudy at times; cold East wind. 25. Clear in the morning; cloudy afternoon. 26. Cloudy and thaw. 27. Warmer and cloudy. 28, Fair morning, some sudden and partial mists ; fine reddish criniscn colour in the haze at sun-set, and for some time afterwards. 29. Clear morning and cloudy night. 30. Cold damp raw day. 31. Cloudy day, but fair star-light night.

Feb. 1. Cloudy day; showers of rain at night. 2. Cold damp cloudy day, with some mizzling rain about noon. 3. Fair day; cloudy and warmer night. 4. Fair. 5. Some small rain. 6. Fair. 7. Geutle showers. 8. Cloudy and small rain. 9. Windy. Clapton, 12th Feb. 1813.

THOMAS FORSTER.

MeteoROLOGICAL Table for February, 1913. By W. ÇARY, Strand,

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THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,

For FEBRUARY, 1813.

very beautiful

Mr. URBAN,

Feb. 2. Cambridge; B. A. 1670 ; M. A. 1675. IN

N the volume of Thomas Heyrick's He obtained the curacy of Market

Poems,which furnished the English Harborough in 1682 ; and published copy of verses by Joshua Barpes in

a Sermon, in 1685, on the Proclamap. 62, are two others by the same tion by King James II.; and another, learned Critick; one of them under the in the same year, under the title of strange title of “ On a Flea presented “ The Character of a Rebel, in a Serto a Lady, whose Breast it had bitten, mon preached at Market Harborough, in a Golden Wire, 1679;” the other, a on the 26th of July, 1685, being the

Day of Thanksgiving appointed for Epitaph on his dear friend Mr. Robert his Majesty's Victory over the Rebels."

Cony, the younger, who died No- This Sermon, which was licensed at vember 9, 1681, and lies buried Lambeth, Aug. 22, 1685, and publishin Weypole- Church in Marchland, ed “ by Samuel Heyrick, at Gray's Norf. By J. B.

Inn," is inscribed « To the Right " In prime of youth and near to' man- Honourable Edward Griffin, esq. Treahood drawn,

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surer of the Great Chamber, and Here envious Night opprest'my hopefull Lieutenant-General of his Majesty's Before the nuptial crown adorn’d my First Troop of Horse Guards;" whose head;

“ loyalty, and that of his family for Before I tasted of the bridal bed, In parent dust seald up to Death I lie

many generations, that vestal", fire A sad example of mortality,

which hath never gone out, but hath Beauty and Youth and Wit and Wealth cherished an inextinguishable zeal for are vain;

King and Country,” is extolled by Mr. For I had all: yet all could not obtain Heyrick; who goes on,

6 Blessed be A short reprieve from the unwelcome God for Victory! We live now in a grave ::

[have. time when Loyalty is in fashion ; it The last possession that poor Man must swims quietly down the stream withThen let all know, how nought by Death's out any opposition; and every one regarded;

[ed,” will venture out to sea in halcyon And Vertue's in the other world reward

days.” In the same volume are two Poems The Volume which occasioned this addressed by Mr. Heyrick to “his Letter is intituled “Miscellany Poems, worthy Friend Mr. Joshua Barnes, by Tho. Heyrick, M. A. formerly of B. D.;" one of them, “ The Twelve Peter-House College in Canıbridge. Rules of Friendship;” the other, “ On 1691.” 4to. pp. 112; and contains his incomparable History of King Ed- also “ The Submarine Voyage, a Pinward the Third,” dated “Harbo- darick Poem in Four Parts ;' and rough, Nov. 4, 1690;" in the first of prefixed to it, besides the verses by wbich he is called “ President,” in Barnes, are others, by William Tunthe other “Senior Fellow" of Ema- stall; Theophilus Judd, of St. John's nuel College.

College, Cambridge, dated Kibworth, As the Author of this Volume is Sept. 11, 1690; George Walker, of but little known, and may be mistaken Emanuel College ; and Lancelot Manfor his kinsman, Robert Herrick, the ning, B. A. of Trinity College. famous Author of the “ Hesperides," The gratitude and attentiou of Mr. a short account of him may perhaps Heyrick to the Family of the Earl of be not unwelcome.

Ruiland is evident in many of his Thomas Heyrick, a descendant of Poems; and his principal amusements the antient family of that name, and appear to have been Poetry and nephew, it is believed, of Robert Angling.--Mr. Judd's Poem is adHerrick the Poet, was born about dressed to “his ingenious Friend and 1647, and educated at Peter-bouse, Brother-Angler;" and Heyrick has

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