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| 1814.)

Canal, Dock, &c. Shares-Government Annuities.

Miles W. Slockton, grocer, Oct. 15
Mills T, Sun street, Bishopsgate street, stay maker,

Oct. 18
Morris W. Madely, brick maker, Nov. 8
Morris W. Lutterworth, cattle dealer, Oct. 25
Moses I. Bath, linen dråper, Oct 25
Nicholls II. Bumingham, builder, Oct. 25
Northage J. Gansborough, grocer, Nov.5.
Parke W. Liverpool, spirit dealer, Nov 1
Penfold J. Goring. Sussex, fariner, Nov. 8
Poxning, W. Peorya, merchant, Nov.5
Pratt C. Bishop Wearmouth, coal fitter, Nov. 8
Pratt J. Banbury. inn holder, Nov. 5
Rogerson J. and J. Sotby, Lincoln, merchants, Oct.

15
Sanderson J. Leeds, linen merchani, Oct. 15
Schofield J. Manchester, dyer, Nov. 1

Sea J. Milton, Kent, tailor, Oct. 20
Smith G. Swansea, tobacco manufacturer, Oct. 3
Smith W. Piccadilly, saddler, Nov.5
Spry J. H. Bath, apotbevary, Nov. 1
Stevenson H. and J. G. Milbunl

lerchants. Oct 22

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Taylor W. Liverpool, merchant, Onts 49
Thackerly J. Garratt, Lancaster, cotton spinner,

Nov. 8
Thomas J. Machen, Mopmouth, ironmasters Oct. 15
Thoinas L. Birmingham, bookseller. Det e5
Webb T. Garlick hill, coal mechant, Nov 8
White J. Windsor, merchant, Nov. 1
Wilson G. Great St. Helen's, bruker, Oet. 15
Winn W. Upper Thames street, merchants, Oct. 13
Wreford R V Bristol. linien drapei. Nov. 8
Wright R. Wareham, mercer, Oct. 29

Prices of Canal and Dock Property, &c. . .

Canals. 'PER SHARE. | London, div. 51. 105. per ct. . . 901. a 971. Birminghanr div. 391. . . . . i 6501. / West India, div. 91. , , . 1541. a 1561. Chesterfield, div. 61. . .. . 1001. Insurance Companies. PER SHARE. Coventry, div. 401, . . . . . . 8001. Eagle, 501.sh., 51. pd. . .. 21. 2s. Dudley, div. 21. . . . . 451. a 451. ios. | Globe, 2001. sh., div. 61. .'1127, a 1101, Ellesmere and Chester, div. 41. , , 841. Hope, 50l. per sh., 51. pd. . . 241. a 251. Grand Junction, div. 71. . . 2181, a 210l. | Imperial, 5001. sh. 501, pd.. 491. a 481. 105, Grand Union . . . . . 031. 10s, a 921. London Fire . . . . . . . . 201. Do. Scrip

London Ship . . .

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. . . . . 201. Grand Surrey .... 601. 10s. | Rock, 201. sh , 21. pd. . 21. 155. a 21. 145. Do. Optional Loan . . . . . 101. dis. | Royal Exchange Grand Western, 70 paid ... 541. dis. !

Water-1Vurks. PËR SHARE. Huddersfield . . . . . . . 141. 105. Į East London . .". . . ... 701. Kennet and Avon . . . . . 221. 55. Grand Junction, sol. sh. . . 341. a 35'. Do, New.171. pd. . . . 151. 10s, a 10l. | Kent, 1001, sh. . . . . . . 521. lus Lancaster, div. il. . . . 191. a 19. 1os.

Bridges. Leicester and Northampton, or Old La Strand, 100l, share ..

. 21. Union . . . . . . . . S

| Do, Annuities . . . . . . 10l. prem. Monmouthshire, div. 101. . . . . 1601.

Literary Instilutions, Stroudwater ..

2321. London, 75gs. sh. ...451. Docks.

Russell, 25gs. sh. ....... 18gs. Commercial, div. 81. per cent.

Surrey, 30gs. sh. . . . . . 141. a 131. Do. New . . . . . . . 151. prem.

Miscellaneous. Fast Country. ..... 451. per sh. Auction Mart, 501. sh. .. 291. per sh. East India, div. for last half- 2007

t}1291, ex div.

London Commer, Sale Rooms <501, per sh. year 31. 108. per ct. . s”. "1 1001. sh. ......S with div.

Rates of Government Life Annuities, payable at the Bank of England.

3 per cent. Stocks being now 65, and under 66. A single life of 85 receives for 100l stock £4 16 o average rate 1001. money £7, 6, 7

40 . . . . . . 5 0 . . . . . . . . 7 14 2
45 . . . . . . 5 8 . . . . . . . . 8 4 11
50 . . . . . . . 5 17 0... ..... 818 7
55 . . . . . . . 6 8 0 . . . . . . . . 9 15 5
60 . . . . . . 7 3 0 . . . . . . . . 10 19 4.
65 . . . . . . 8 4 0 .
70 . . . . . . . 9 16 0 . .. . . . . 14 19 3
75 and upwards :12 6 O. ...

18 15 7 .. . All the intermediate ages will receive in proportion.. 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 accorney. 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 Government Life-Annuity Office, Bank-street; or by writing to the Superintendant, if the postage be paid.

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DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS, FROM SEPTEMBER 26, TO OCTOBER 25, 1814, BOTH INCLUSIVE.
1814 1 Bank 3 per etf3 per Ct 4 per Ct. 5 per Cty 5 per CH Long | Irish 3 per Cy Imp. | Second | India So. Sea, So. Sea New S.15 per Ct. 33 per Dy, Consol (St. Lot.Cons
Days Stock: Reduc. Consol. Consols. Navy. 1797. | Anns. 15 per Cu Imp. Anns. Om. 1814 Stock. Stock. Anns. Sea Anind. Bon. Ex. Bills. for Ac. Tickets.
Sep 26 257 23661109 62 80** *934 25

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75 pr. par 4 dis. 64 63 Do.
28
-64* 31645 23 814* 81 94 35

44 odis.

-65 pr.is 4 dis. 645 24 Do.
29
166 51

3 dis. 1903

-175 pr.14 dis 66 541 Do.
Oct. 1
66** 466 5

2dis.

9 7 pr.1 pr.3 dis. 665 5| Do. 60** 166 5

109 pri pr.3 dis. 66 5: Do. dis.

19 8 pr. 4 dis. 65% i Do. 66** 166 51

68

10 8 pr. 2 4 dis. 06 5 Do.

11 9 pr. par 4 dis. 66 16,13

681

15 13 pr. 2 pr 1 dis. 65; Do.
15 14 pr.4 pr. par 653

15 16 pr. pr. 1 dis. 665 Do.
80,
161 153

68 644

15 17 pr. 3 pr. par 655
12 250 24984
4.815
161 16

dis. 1887

16 15 pr.4 pr. par 66%
13 2494 249 64
4 814 803901
15516

dis. 1881

17 16 pr. 52 pr.166
14 2492-19-64

81. 1995
167 16
2 2 dis. 189 683

16 15 pr. 5 2. pr. 664 66 Do.
15 2505 •64 7 166 65814 8106
58
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1677
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2 pr. 66%
19 250
1675 16

15 pr.4 1 pr. 666
19 250 24971
8196 96 1617 151

dis. 1894 189 68 645 4 - 14 pr.14 pr. par 664
20 250 249
81 964 96 1625 16 93

dis. 189

14 18 pr. s pr. par 66
21 248 347 645 64 65
80296 33

dis. 189 1888 644 - 14 pr. pr. par 65

- 14 13 pr. 3 pr. par 665
24 247 64
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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.
Kept by C. BLUNT, No. 38, Tavistock-street, Covent-Garden.

1 Barometrical Pressure. Temperature Wood Day Wind.

Max. | Min. Mean. | Max Min. Mean.
sept.2

29.83 29'80 29 812 75 57 63.6 Fair
29'77 99 77 12977 | 73 | 54 | 61.6 Rain

29.80 | 29.75 29*787053 59.6 | Rain
SW 29972 2970 29.706 68 56 58

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thunder at night.
29.70 2970 2970 69 59,3 Rain
2011 NE 29.77 2976 29°765 58

52.33 Fair
271 NE 29'822974 29 295 58 48 53 Fair
281 NE 29'

9 29'82 29867 56 4652.33 Fair
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51.33 Fair
301
130:00 29.99 29 995

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30 02 30 02 30 02

Fair 301 30'1 301

48 33 30 22 30-18 1309196

47 661 Fair 30*23 30'19 30207

48.33 Fair
5! Ebys 30'07 29.95 29997

Fair
CSE 29.85 2972 29767

46.33 Fog at night. Fair

Rain at night. Fair. 71 SW 29'86 29*80 29.83

47.33

38 Flying showers P.M 8 W&WNW 29.96 29.90 29.922

44 Fair 9 NNW 30.13 30 30'043

Fair 10

130'13 30'10 3011550 40.33 Fair

SW 30'00 29.84 29 982 54 149.33 Fair
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29.70 29.66 29 927 58 | 50 53 Fair. Cloudy
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29'61 29'4 129.533 65 51 57.66 Fair
29:47 294 2943

60 Cloudy. Rain P.M.
151

29.59 | 29:53 29555 47 52.66 Fair
19 Sby W 2007 296 29.645 42 49.66 Fair. Brisk wind
NW

12974 2965 29•686 49 53.33 Fair. Calm
SW 294 29'18 29.297

52 Cloudy. Heavy rain
SW 29.22 292 29'213

42 48.661 Rain
20
29'44 29'39 129:41

45.60 Cloudy
21
29.80 29970 29*732

44.66 Rain
29 79 29670 29.72 52 38 44.66 Fair
23 NW 29 69 29.69 29.6952 35 | 42.66 Rain P.M.
24 NW 29.76 29:50 2971 52 39 43.66 Fair
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MONTHLY MAGAZINES have cpened a way for every kind of inquiry and information. The infelligence and discussion contained in the are very extensive and various; and they have been the meaus of diffusing a general habit of reading through the nation, which is a certain degree hath enlarged the public understanding. HERE, too, are preserved a multitude of useful bints, observatioas, and Facts, which other wise might bave never appeared.-- Dr. Kippis.

Kvery Art is improved by the emulation or Competitors.---Dr. Johnson.

ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.

On The PROPORTION between the CATHO- It is truly inconceivable how this wri

Lic und PROTESTANT INUABITANTS of ter, who must have seen the north of IRELAND

Ireland, could have been so urinformed 75 the Editor of the New Monthly Magazinc. respecting the religious persuasion of the SIR,

inhabitants of Ulster; how he could I FEEL myself again onder the ne- avoid being acquainted with the Protescessity of animadverting upon Mr, tant colonization of that province in the Wakefield's account of Ireland. That reigns of Elizabeth and James the First; gentleman, speaking of the Roman Ca- and why he should wish to magnify the tholics, says, that they form six seventhis Roman Catholic numbers, except to give of the population of the country. This, more force to his pathetic lamentations Sir, is that kind of general assertion over their political degradation, of which which it is not easy to contradict with he is so profuse, and which affords a text, effect, as it does not come within the upon which the Edinburgh Reviewers reach of many persons to he furnished preach such edifying homilies, for the with materials to cohtrovert it; and elucidation of the principles of civil and merely to contradict it is only leaving religious liberty. Give them but a text the matter where it was. Fortunately I to their minds, and they will pursue it; have the materials before me necessary aye, they will pursue it to the utter for the confutation of Mr. Wakefield's neglect, and total oblivion, of the work position. In the year 1793 an exact which they profess to review ; but part enumeration of all the houses in Ireland of what these gentlemen say on the subwas made by Mr. Bush, from the returns ject of Roman Catholic disqualifications, of the hearth money collectors; by that in their review of Mr. Wakefield, cannot return it was found, that in all Ireland be passed over in silence. They ask, the numbers were 701,102 houses, in " Could the religion of Sir Thomas Ulster alone 222,879, nearly one-third More, or of Fenelon, disqualify men for of the whole. By the late returns made being members of civil society?" To by the grand juries, which I have also this question I shall reply by another; before me, I find that the proportion of Did not that religion so far pervert the population is still more in favour of understanding of Sir Thoinas More, that Ulster at present than it was in the for- he condemned Baivhamn the lawyer to mer return by Mr. Bush. Now, Sir, I be burned for heresy? and did it not so assume that the province of Ulster, far subvert the principles of Fenelon which contains at least a third of the as to make him descend to the subterIrish population, is all Protestant; not, fuge of personating a Protestant clergyhowever, that there are no Roman Ca- inay, and under that disguise to allow tholics in Ulster, for that would be un himself to be overcome in an argument true; but that the Protestants inha- by his friend, (I believe) Langeron, at a biting the other provinces, of Leinster, conference held for the purpose of deMunster, and Connaught, are at least ceiving a Protestant gentleman into the as numerous as the Roman Catholics renouncing his religion, in which, howwho inhabit Ulster; and therefore that ever, they failed ?* the Protestants are one in three, instead Thar political disqualifications should of one in seven, Such are the grounds be the consequence of religious tenets, is apon which I go; if Mr. Wakefield contrary to the theory of a Protestant Chooses to controvert them, I am ready Who wishes for the anecdote at full to meet bim with other facts, at least

the life of Fenelon, by as stubborn.

who glories in it. New MontalY MAG-No, 11.

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