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98 Government Annu tiesCompanies Shares – Erchunge. [Aug. 1, Rates of Government Life Annuities, payable at the Bunk of Englund.
3 per cent. Stocks being now 69, and under 70. A single life of 35 receives for 1001 stock £4 18 O average rate 1001, money £7 4 4
40 . . . . . . . 5 4 0 . . . . . . . . 7 11 10 45 .
. . . . 5 11 0 . . . . . . . 8 2 0 50 . . . . . 6 0 0 . . . . . . . $15 2 55 . . . . . . . 6 12 O . . . . . . . . 9 12' 60 . .... .. 7 7 0 ... .... . 10 14 7 65 . . . . i . . 8 9 0 . . . . . . . . 12 6 8 70 . . . . . . . 10 3 0 . . . . . . . . 14 16 4 75 and upwards , . . !2 16 0 . . . . . . . . 18 13 9
All the intermediate ages will receive in proprrtion. N. B. The annexed is a short scale of some of the rates, upon which Government are now granting Life Annuities : they are payable half-yearly, at the Bank of England, the same as the dividends, and may be received by power of attorney. The Life-Annuity Act having been amended, they may henceforward be purchased when the 3 per cent, Consols, or Reduced Annuities, are at or above 50.
*** Annuities are granted on Joint Lives also. Particulars may be had, gratis, at the Govern ment Life-Annuity Office, Bank-street ; or by writing to the Superintendant, if the postage be paid.
Prices of Canul and Duck Property, fic.
Canals. PER SHARE. / Insurance Companies. PER SHARE. Birmingham div. 301... ... 6501. Eagle, 501.sh., 51. pd., .... 21. 2s. Dudley, div. 21. . . . . 451. a 451, los. Globe, 1001. sh., all pd. 01. 1111. 10s.ex. di. Grand Junction, div. 71... 2251. ex div. i Hope, 501. sh., 51. pd., . . . . 21. 58. Grand Union . . . . 941. 1os. a 951. i London Fire . . . . . . . . 211. Grand Western . . . . . . 541. dis. į London Ship . . . . . . . . 211. Huddersfield . . . . . . . 141. 10s. ¡ Rock, 201, sh., 21. pd. . . . . 21. 15s. Kennet and Avon . . 211. 105. a 221. 10s. | Union Fire and Life, 100l. sh. 21. pd. par Do. New . i . 11.3s, dis, 2 il, dis. ! Lancaster, div. 11. - 201. los.a 191. jos. Leeds and Liverpool, div. sl. . . . 2081.
Water-Works. PER SHARE. Leicester and Northampton, or 51361. a 1401.
Chelsea, 10l. sh. . . . . . . lol. 58. Old Union . . . . . S
East London . . . . . . . . 701. Monmouthshire, div. 101. . . . 1601. ;
Grand Junction, sol. sh. . . . . 401. Montgomery . . . . . . . 831.
31. | Portsmouth and Farlington, 50l.. 211. Trent and Mersey, or Grand Trunk, } 12201. Highgate Archway, 501. sh. 121. 125. a 101.
Roads, div. sul..
| Russell, sh. 25 guis. . . . . 181. 185. per cent.
99 | Suiry, sh. 30 guis....... 131.
COURSE of the EXCHANGE from June 31, to July 24, 1814.
both inclusive. Amsterdam, B 2 U . . 83_-2 a 33 -13 Corunna . . . . . 40 a 43 Dito at sight . . 39-6 a 33-2 Gibraltar . . . . . . 37 Amsterdam, c.f. . . . 9-19 a 10-2 Leghorn . . . . . . 60 a 58 Ditto at sight. . . . 9-15 a 9-18 Genoa . . . . . . . 56 a 54 Rotterdam, c. f. 2 U. . 10-0a 10-3 Venice, Italian Liv. . . . 19 50 a 20 Hamburgh, 20. . . 29-3 a 30-6 Malta . . . . . . . 58 a 57 Altona, 2 U. . . . . 29-4 a 30—7 Naples . . . . . . . 48 Paris, 1 day's date . . 20-80 a 71-80 Palermo, per oz. . . . . 145d. a 143d. Ditto, 2 Usance .. 21-0 a 21-0 | Lisbon . . . . . . 68 Bourdeaux, ditto . . . 21-0a 22-0 Oporto . . . . . . . 67 a 68 Madrid, effective40 a 43
Rio Janeiro . . . . . . 80 a 73 Cadiz, effective ..47 a 43
Dublin . . . . . . . 8a 7a Bilboa, effective .. 44 a 43
. .8 7 St. Sebastian . . . . 44 a 43
Agio on the Bank of Holland 3 per Cent,
DILY PRICES OF STOCKS, FROM JUNE 23, TO JULY 23, 2014, 13OTIT INCLUSIVE. 3 per Ct 3 per Cupei Cts per Ctis per il Long 18141 Bank
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Om. 1914 Stock. I Stock. Anns. Sea An. Ind. Bon. Ex. Bills. It r Ac. Tickets. 08! June 25 - 1949947 103 13
68 33 PT
75 59 p pr, 154705 + 2311 is 27 1 257 683
84 1993 164
7 6 Pr 3 pr. I dis71 707 + Do. 28 | 256 6938 sout
6 5 pr. pr. 2 dis771.1 Do. 29 258 74693
5 pr.2 pr 2 diszná + Do. 30 693
- 6 5 pr par 2 dis711702 + Do, July 1 259 258'694 903+
i 9 pr. pr i dis71 7051 Do, -691 60
13 11 pr., 1 p:70 | Do.
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15 14 pr.5 3 pr 71 70
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17 16 pr. 6 3 p.70 12* 260 259 69 8569 81
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3 pr 70 60.4+1 Do.
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2 pr 691 8
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14 13 pr 15 2 pr'84 Do.
15 13 pre 2 pr 68 Do.
- 2 pr 195
15 14 pr 5 Ipr 09 68 Do. 25 Holiday.
* 3per Cent. Cousois, and 5 per Cent. Navy sell as above with the dividend for the opening.
+ 3 per Ceni. Consols, and 5 per cent. Navy, as above without the dividend. All Exchequer Bills dated prior to the month of June, 1814, have been advertised to be paid off, and the interest thereon has cease:1. N. B. The above Tavle contains he highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally published by John Cuntaign, in the year 1712, and now pub. lished, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by
JAMES WETENIALL, Sioch-Broker, No. , Capel court, Bartholomew-lane, London, On application to wliom, the original documents for ncar a century pase may be referred to.
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TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. R. Rose will perceive from our present number, that we shall cndeavour in future to remedy their reguiarity complained of. A reference to the title on the wrapper will shew to whoia lotters for Elas Editor are to be addressed.
Felir would oblige us by forwarding the remainder of the article, the beginning of which bas been si ce tine in our possessiou.
We fear that the selections of Q. Z. though excellent in themselvos, might be objecied 10, as deficient, in that novelty wbich is 50 essential a requisite of a periodical publication,
C. A. is probably not aware that the pumphlet meuliwaed in his letter was reprinted a few years since in London.
The gentleman who has screral times inquired respecting the promised article on the New Bridges, i inforned, that it has been deferred solely in compliance with the wishes of the correspondent who live enzaged to furnish it.
S. R.'s Ode on peace is inadmissible.
X. Y. 2. is informcd, that the number completing our second volume will be published on the 1st o January, and that the transactions of different years will thus be kept quite distant.
The Extracts from the Prospects of a Itill in Fife, shall have as early a place as possible.
J. P.'s anccdote of Dr. Johnson-Dr Perkins' second letter on the Oriental Languazes-The account of Mr. Broad's invention, and various other papers, are intended for our next number.
We cannal help entertaining some doubts of the originality of Leonius's communication.
Robertus is iequested to accept our best thanks for his valuable communications, a continuance which will be highly acceptable.
We hope we shall not be accused of want of galiantry, if we decline the insertion of Emilia's verse She does not seem to be aware that one of the pieces which she has translated, is itself only a ta iwion of Pope's well-known Ode on Solitude.
THE NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
SEPTEMBER 1, 1814.
MONTULY MAGAZINES have opened a way for every kind of inquiry and information. The inLelligence and discussion contained in them are very extensive and various; and they have been the means of diffusing a general habit of reading through the pation, which in a certain degree bath enlarged the pablic understanding. HERE, too, are preserved a multitude of useful hints, observations, and tacts, saiclı otherwise might have never appeared... Dr. Kippis.
Every Art is improved by the emulation of Coinpetitors....Dr. Johnson.
MISREPRESENTATIOxs of MR. WAKE. interests of his country;--that he pose
FIELD, in his ACCOUNT of IRELAND. sesses accurate statistical information, To the Editor of the New Monthly Magazine, every one who knows this kingdom will SIR,
readily admit; and likewise, that he AMONG the various writers who always possessed a certain degree of contribute to our information, or to our political influence: but the interest, amusement, few perforin a more useful when taken in the parliamentary scale, part than statistical authors and tourists, is very much limited, when compared by diffusing knowledge that would other with many others; and howsoever great wise be contined to a few, and by point- the Ponsonbys have been, it is well ing out errors that from habit have known that they are not now a great poceased to be considered as such ; but, litical family. whilst dieir utility is thus allowed, it The Monibly Review proceeds to nomust be admitted to depend entirely tice in the next place, Mr. Wakefield's upon the fidelity with which their reports observations on the ignorance of the are made. I have been led into these great political parties which divide the observations, by the perusal of Mr. state, that prevails amongst the lower Wakefield's Account of Ireland, &c, in orders; with this exception, that they which, together with a great mass of detested the name of Pitt, as much as information, many errors and misrepre- that of Cromwell, and that they did not sentations will be found, by those who speak of Buonaparte in terms of letestaare acquainted with that country. Why tion; and that in the wilds of Connaught, they should exist in a work, such as it although entirely ignorant of polilical professes to be, I shall not take upon parties, they were unanimous in their me to inquire;--that they do exist, the hatred of the government of the Custle." following remarks will fully prove; but Surely, Mr. Wakefield, when you reas Mr. Wakefield's book, both from its ported these sentiments, it might have price and from its size, is not accessible struck you, that the hatred to Cromwell, to all, I shall at present advert to some to Mr. Pitt, and to the governinent of of those parts which form the basis of the Castle, all proceeded from the same the criticism of the Monthly Review, as corrupted source, from Cromwell's first they, of course, will be more generally putting down the eff rts made to shake circulated than the rest of the work, re- off the connexion of Ireland with Enge serving to myself the liberty of extending land, and of Mr. Pitt and the governmy strictures at any fature period. ment of the Castle, for persevering in the
After some general remarks from the same system. Monthly Reriewers, the first topic that On the state of paper currency, Mr. offers is under the head of Family Wakefield is certainly very outre, for, Influence. Here, indeed, Mr. W. shews geries on the Irish banks being more una very extraordinary inattention, to what common than on those of England.. he could not have avoided hearing, if in Consult the newspapers of both counany well-informed circle where he was, tries, into which every intelligence finds the Family Influence of Ireland was its way, and the proportionable balance adverted to. That Mr. Foster, whom of that species of swindling will certainly be mentions as one of the three powerful be found in favour of England. families that rule Ireland, is a man of That great poverty prevails among the high political qualifications, and has peasantry of the south and west of Irealways been a promoter of the great land is not to be denied; but there is New MONTHLY MAG, -No. 8,
Misrepresentations in Wakefield's Ireland.
much rather an apparent than real po- ain certain it is true, though not his in yerty, even in those parts; for it is sinuation, but he has been very unforwell known, that numbers who live tunate in his perhaps he was the only in the poorest manner, and who are man in the county who thought of it badly cloached, have amassed consider. Here some explanation is necessary. able sums of money, which is produced In the province of Ulster, where that when sufficient inducements of laying it gentleman resides, the linen manufacture out to advantage occur. But allowing is so generally established, that every all that Mr. Wakefield says of these man, with few exceptions, learns to parts to be true, why did he shut his eyes weave at an early period, and as this is in traversing Leinster aod Ulster, espe- & ready-money business, no man would cially the latter? What is said of the consent to give it up and turn a labourer, feuds and discords which prevail in those unless 'he found his advantage in the regions, is but too true, and calls loudly change, and one of those advantages of for remedy.
course would be his ready money, and ! Under the head of Rural Economy, I more than he could earn in his former og find soinething particularly to reprehend, occupation. The real case is, that in the especially where it is said, “ that the province of Ulster, froin the canse above old plan of discharging public burthens mentioned, labourers are scarce, and by labour instead of money, still subsists; unless those who are bred to trades have and that it is thus the farmer acquits superior earnings in some way by beconihimself of the county cess." This is not ing labourers, they would remain as they the case; for the fariner must first pay are: therefore Mr. Wakefield may be his cess to the constable who collects it, assured, il:at though perhaps no other and transfers it to the high constable, man in the county of Donegall thought who pays it to the treasurer of the of paying his labourers on Saturday county, who issues it to the undertakers evenings, they were as regularly paid as of the roads, who hire cars or carts of Mr. Stewart of Ards paid bis, or as the the farmers at the usual price paid in Rev. Dr. Dudley paid his. the county. Respecting the agreements On the subject of roads, Mr. Wakebetween landlord and tenant for work field is in soine parts fair enough, but in done, it certainly is not so clear a mode the table of the annual assessment for of paying as with money; but circum- making and keeping thein in repair, and stanced as the part of the country that for other county charges, he is most we are speaking of is, the bargain is egregiously misinformed. He rates Allgenerally in favour of the tenant; and trim and Down at 20,0001. whereas i where the labourer is not a holder of reality they pay above 30,0001. In the land, the accommodation is great, in same section, this gentleman attempts having a cow kept, ground for potatoes being very facetious on our posting, and or flax, and money, which in his situation on our inns: neither; I agree, are to be he could not probably procure; and for compared with those of England; but the want of which, the labouring pour of his perhaps “ the waiter's hands had not England suffer so much, who, being been washed for a month," has too great without any object on which they can a resemblance to the perhaps, already employ themselves, after their task is quoted. performed, often finish the day at an ale- But, Mr. Editor, I shall not trespas: house. But under this head, there is on you much longer at present; I shall another passage which cannot be passed pass by much that I could object to !! without notice," When at Mr. Stero- Mr. Wakefield's observations on Distilart's, at the Ards, in Donegall, Mr. W.. leries, Education, and other topics; and found that he paid his labourers every notice what he says of the province of Saturduy night." He adds, “ he was Ulster. He remarks that “ although the only person in the county perhaps you find the people of this province more that thought of it," and then recounts industrious and better clothed than ir the miracles performed by this Saturday the rest of Ireland, and living in a mort night's payment. He, notwithstanding comfortable manner; yet in the moxthe ponderous voluines with which he tains you will meet with a barbarous was labouring, skips to the Rev. Dr. longuuge, intelligible only to those who Dudley's of Shillower, in the county of speak it, and a race whose wretched con Wexford, to record the same wonders, dition almost erceeds description :" and from the same cause. I shall not quarrel again, “ that the beneficial effects of the with Mr. Wakefield, respecting Mr. linen manufacture are not to be observed Stewart's Saturday night's payment. I in the appearance or the habits of there