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FORTUNE, Stock-BROKER, No. 13, CORNULL,
S.B. In the 3 per Ceat Consols the highest and lowest Price of cach Day is given; in the other Stocks the highest only

European Magazine,

For FEBRUARY 1807. [Embellished with, 1. A Portrait of Isaac Reed, Esq. And, 2. A View of The COLLEGE, or CHETHAN'S HOSPITAL, MANCHESTER, LANCASEIRE.]

CONTAINING,
Page 1

Page. An Account of Isaac Reed, Esq. 83 Chapter on the Use of Fouls

115 Query relative to the Composition

On the Dread of Mad Dogs

117 of a Mortar, or Cement, used in

LONDON REVIEW. the Eas: Indies 86 The Antiquarian Repertory

119 Remarks on Lycophronis Cassandra ibid. Wooll's Memoirs of the late Dr. Letter from the Queen, when Prin- Warton (Concluded)

125 cess of Mecklenburgh, to Frede- Colquhoun's Treatise oni Indigence 120

rick the Great, King of Prussia 871 Beatty's Narrative of the Death of Description of the College, or Che- Lord Nelson

131 tham's Hospital, Manchester 88 Hornsey's Introduction to Arithinetic 132 l'estiycs, collected and recollected, Observations on Indigestion ibid.

by Joseph Moser, Esģ. No. LIV. 89|| Tlie Utility of Academical InstituMyron: an Arabian Tate. By Jo- tions to the Church of Christ ibid.

seph Moser, Esq. [Continued] 96 TheatricalJournal;- including, table Description of the Great Desert of and Chamcter of Assignation and Westminster. By Joseph Moser, the Curfew, &c. &c.

193 Esq.

100 Poctry ;-vcluding, Britain's Cenius Instance of the Mutability of For- Triumphant-Glimpse of Puenos

103 Ayres—The Blessing on tlie FaitlaA Court Anecdote

104 ful People-Philosophy, &c. &c. 134 The Naked Truth: a Political Anec. Sonrnal of the Proceedings of the dote

ibid. First Session of the Third ParThoughts on Dors, applicable to the liament of the United Kingdom of present Period

105 Great Britain and Ireland Defence of Gray against the Ra: Sheriffs appointed by his Majesty soncr's Second Actack on his Puenis 106 for the Year 1807

145 Observations on Music

108 Intelligence from the London GäDescription of the Method used at

ibid: Bengal for making Salt, &c. 110 Foreign Intelligence

152 Descriptions, Remarks, Anecdotes, Domestic Intelligeiice

154 and Sentiments, during a Voyage Marriages

150 from the West Indies to North Monthly Obituary

157 America, and from thevice to Eng... Variations of Barvineter and Ther. Jand, and during the Author's Rain- mometer

139 " bles in the two latter Countries. ibid.ll Price of Stocks

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London:
Printed by 1. Gold, Stoi-lari, Fleet-strert,

FOR JAMES ASPERVE,
At the BIBLE, CROWN, and CONSTITUTION,

No. 32, CornHILL. Persons who reside abroail, and who wish to he supplied with this l'ork erery Month, as priba lished, my hare it sent to them, FREE OF POSTAGE, to New York, Holijar, Quebec, 1424 every l'art of the West Indies, «t Tteo Guineas per Annum, by Mr. THORNHILL, of the General Post Office, at No. 21, Sherborne-lane ; to, Hamburgh, Lisbon, Gibraltur, or any Purt of the Vediterrunean, ut Two Guineas per Annun, by Mr. Bis HOP, of the General Post Office, ut. No. 22, Sherburne-lane ; to any Purt of Ireland, at One Guinea and a Half per Annun, by Mr. SMITH, of the General Post Office, at No. 3, Sherborne-lane ; and to the Cape of Good Hope, or uny l'urt of the Eustries, at Thirty Skillings per Annun, by Mr. Gus; at ine Edut India llouse. Eurof. Msag. Vol. LI, F«b. 1807.

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What we can have done to offend our angry Correspondent W. A-n we are at a loss to conjecture. In our unremitting endeavours to please all, our consciences are void of offence to any. If W. A has, as he writes, BURNED a volume of the EUROPEAN MAGAZINE, we are, in the first instance, sorry that his passion led him to destroy any part of a work which, we are proud to say, is so much in request ; and, secondly, that from this martyrdom we can derive no celebrity. If he had exhibited this Aulo de at the gate of the Royal Exchange, the people would have seen with what magnanimity our works met their fate; and as compassion always attends persecution, have admired how the brilliancy of our ideas, in their ascent, illuminated the metropolis.

It gives us pain to observe, that in a country to which, for its learning, wit, honour, and hospitality, we are so mirch attached as we are to our Sister ISLAND, (an attachment that inust have been remarked in our preceding volumes,) there should exist individuals who could behave to us in a SRABBY and UNGEN EROUS manner : Yet so it is. Some false HiberniANS(for it is totally repugnant to the national character,) have pirated our pages, and, without the smallest acknow, ledgment whence they derived the litile taper of common sense that gleamed through their work, republished them in a periodical vehicle, upon which we shall not confer nominal notoriely. This The Bar would terin sharp practice; but wc, who are naturally blunt, aver, that it is constructive felony, which the books say may be committed upon the produce or contents of the thing that is liable to be stolen, e. g. It is felony to steal a hat; a bat frequently contains a man's head ; ergo, to steal the produce of that head ought to be construcd felony, and punished accordingly.

We would wish to intimate to PHILOMATY, that our delay in reviewing the book he mentions arose from our not having received a copy, though in his letter (Oct. 5) he stated that one was sent. The Supplement tó tlic Life of Richard Cumberland, Esq., shall be reviewed in our next.

Of a part of the favour of our fair Correspondent, Miss L., we can avail ourselves. The whole selection displays an elegant and cultivated mind; but we fear the story from Plutarch, for instance, is too well known to bear repetition.

The description of A1.DOROUou should be accompanied by a View. If our Correspondent has a good drawing of the place, it shall be engraven.

J. V. 1.-11". R. - Tilliam Miller- Aquarius-Jacob Quirk, and other favours, are received, and shall be attended to.

The two poems of Lady Blizard came much too late to be inserted this month : they sball bave a place in our next.

AVER.ICE PRICES of CORN from February 7 to 'February 14.'
MARITIME COUNTIES.

INLAND COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barl. Oats : Beans

Wheat Rye Barl. | Oats Beans Fascx 75 8.0 630 6130 0.3 Middlesex 82 9 49 057 331 kent 83 618 039 0134 999

o Surrey 84 042 037 10.3 012 6 Susser 79 $10.) 0035 033 917

ofTeritord 74 513 039 0127 438 Suttolk 73 000 035 034

Bedford 7 1 152 0 36 10/25 813 Canbridge 70 1000 0131 920 733 olunungdon 75 5100 0136

023 0 38 5 Nortolk 70 4116 033 11 45 435 9 Nordampt. 70 01-18 0134 11 23 9 10 3 Lincoin 69 (11 1034 4121 111.37 10Rutland 73 642 039

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6/11 York 09 011 8135 2125 4/11 9 Leicester 70 1013 136 2124 2110 10 Durham 78 7100 . 0111 0 26 11100 of Nottingham 73 11 16.0139 8126 613 Northumb. 70 01 037 5126 100 o Derby 76 0100 0 12 616 619 0 Curmberland 67 013 1 39 10/26.312 ol Stafford 75 103 0-12 0129 01 Wesunorl. 73

01.37 0128 1000 oslop 71 203 10110 1125 1000), Lancuter 73 S/70 011

7/27 1019 Hereford 73 016 4137 0127 3117 Chester 68 11:20 000 026 1109 0 Worcester 75 200) 0 39 433 1/16 6 Glouceste 74 00 0958 427 11 19 8 Warwick 81 110)

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