ページの画像
PDF
ePub

OBSERVATIONS ON THE THERMOMETER, AT EIGHT A.M., EXPOSED

TO NORTH EAST ASPECT, JAN. 24 to FEB. 24.

1807 Deg. Wind. Observations. Jan. 24 36 VW Calm and fair

25 32 NW Ditto
26 30 NW Ditto
27 42 N Ditto and fog.
28. 36 N

Windy and fair
29 38 N Calin and mist
30 36 W Ditto and fair

31' 38 W Ditto ditto Feb. 1! 35 N Ditto, snow,and rain

2 26 SW Ditts and fine
*3 3.4 NW Ditto and 'mist

4 34 W Ditto and fair
5 38 SW Ditto and rain
6 34 W Ditto and fair
7 34 NW High gale, ditto
8 38 SW Wind and rain
9 46

SW Dildo

1807 Deglind. Observations. Feb. 10 41

Wind and fair 150 W

Ditto ditto 12 50 SW Calm and fair 13! 45 SW Ditto ditto 1447 SW Ditto and cloudy 15| 44 SW Ditto and fair 16! 50 SW Diito and cloudy 171 42 NW Ditto and fair

Great storm, and 18 32 N

12 hours show,

began 6 A.M. 19 31 N Wind and fair 201 32

SW Calın aud cloudy 21 33 NW Ditto and fair 281 45 SW \Vind and cloudy 231 38 NW Catrn and fair2430 NW liitto ditto

[ocr errors]

Feb. 2 the coldest day; the weather was uncommonly calm and fine.

11 mod 12, the warmest ; at noon, the thermometer stoqd af 56. June 19 and 27, 1806, the thermometer in the same place was the same. Jan. 15, 8 A.M., calm and fair, thermometer 24; which was the coldest moraing

this winter. 10 P. M., same day, hard rain and gale; thermometar, 44; wind S.W.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c

BY THOMAS BLUNT, No. 22, CORNJILI,
Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Mujcze,

At Mine o'Clock, A. M.
1807| Barom) Ther. Wind.

Obser.

1807 Barom Ther. Il'ind. Obner. Ha 1. 301 30.1038 W Fair Feb. 1930.94 53 SW

Fair 31 29.75 39 SW Ditto

13' 30.12 52 SW

Ditto Feb. 1 29.57 32 N Snow

130.20 49 W Ditto 2 29.52 29 NNW Fair

15 30.11 46 NW Ditto 3/ 28.96 W Ditto 16 23.9) 48

Rain A 29.21 32

Ditto

!71 29.76 43 NI Fair 5 29.18.35 SW Rain

TX 99.90 30 N

Ditto 6 29.11 W Fair 1929.8127 N

Dittu 7 29.70 37 NW Diito

20 30.11 31 SW Ditto 8 29.81 39 SW Rain

21/ 29.76 1 40 WV 9 29.51 45 WSW Ditto

271 29.13 :0 SW 10 29.62 40 W pair

231 99.:01 41 ТУ Ditto 13 29.78 | 48 W Ditto

2; 29.50! 96

W liitto

32

W

JOYCE GOLD, PRINTER, Suor LANT, LONDOY.

ys

60 a

2

61
60

3s pr.

ol

[ocr errors]

a

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

4s pr.

80

95

61

se

PACII DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS FOR FEBRUARY 1807. Bank 3 per st. 3 perceper (t. 4 perCt Savy | New Long Short

Imp. | Imp. | Irish Irish | India | India |Exche. StateLot.

Omn. Stock Cousols Reduc le 1808 Consoli periti per il Ams. lois,

3 per Anns. 5 perci Anns. Stock. Bonds. Bills. Tickets.
Jan. 271 244

794
9)
17 5-10
4

913

1805 4s pr. Is pr. 211 10s 60 at

79 17 5-16 591

4s pr. is pr. 211 10s 242164 of a il

611

79
95

60 8

182

par

211 163
34 soliday
31 218
611 a 62
63
80% 96
173
615 13 1-16

3s pr. Is pr. 211 16s
Feb. :rolila
11:

#
62
80
17 11-16

6

8 915

par

2il 168 218 61 59 80

17 11-16

64
611
8

4s pr. | Is pr. 211 168
2184 i 616

62 80 95 1711-161

715-16 911

1844 | 4s pr. is pr. 261 Os -,61 a 621 62 39, 17 13-16

par

261 Os
,ola 6?
622

93.
17 13-10
615

1845 | 4s pr.

par

261 Os
219 olk a 62

956
173

par

261 Os
21.) 61 a 625

80%
951

011
8
1834 | 4s pr. par

261 Os
belirlines
1: 2194
62 a
63

81
96
173
613 8

185

par 401 Os J: 220 62a 6:3

96 18 62

186

par
1
62 a
6.3

965
13

186$
62, a 63

96,
18

Bl-16

186 As pr. Is pr.
1 | 221, 62, a 62}

17 15-16
71 62} 13. 1-16

par
1.2.5 624 a
62

175 62 31-16

4s pr. 1s pr. 1425 62 a

96 173 3 1-16

4s pr. 1s pr.
21 226 62 a 63.

964
18
621 13 1-10

Is pr.
2) 427 62} a
63

96)
18

8 1-10

1854

191 168
2. 229 62 as 63

815 96
17 15-16!

par

191 168

80$

[ocr errors]

As pr.

4s pr. 4s pr.

Is pr.

81$
81%
811
815
81
80%
81
815

96ả
96 $

As pr.

62

2s pr.

As pr.

FORTUNE, STOCK-BROKER, No. 13, CORNHILL. N.B. In ibe 3 per cent Consols the highest and lowest Price of cach Day is given; in tbe other Stocks the highest only.

European Magazine,

For MARCH 1807. [Embellished with, 1. A Portrait of ALEXANDER THE FIRST, Emperor of Russia.

And, 2. A View of RONDLESTIAM House.

CONTAINING,
Page

Page
Memoir of the Emperor of Russia 163 Ivron : an Arabiau Tale. By Jo.
Copy of a Letter froin SI. de Novos-. seph Voser, Esq. [Continuerl] 197
silzoff to Dr. Thornton

166 Essay on Beauty and virtue, in UyliExtraordinaryCircumstances relating ness ard Vulgarity

201 to the Sophistication of Potatoes ibid. Characteristics

203 Some Particulars relative to the pri- Infallible Method of detecting bad rate Lite of Collins the Port 167 Gold or Silver

ibid. Method of feeding Cows in Winter ibid.

LONDOX REVIEW, Omission in the Chronological List 168 Supplement to Mr. Cumberland's Inscription in Ware Church-yard ibid. Meinoirs

204 Account of Rendlesham Tlouse. ibid.Colquhoun's Treatise on Judigence Vestiges, collected and recollected, [Concluded]

208 by Joseph Moser, Esq. No. LV. 169 Antiquarian Repertory (Concluded] 211 Description of the Great Desert of Hale's Letter to Mr. Whitbread

215 Westminster. By Joseph Moser,

Haswell's Nay Pocket Paymaster 216 Esq. [Concluded] 178 Mr. Deputy Birch's Speech

217 The Reasoner. No.V.

182||D'Israeli's Curiosities of Literature ibid. Epitaph on a Dog

185 | Reeve's Mysterious Wanderer 218 Lines to a Lady

ibid. | Theatricaljournal;—including, Fable On Building Life-Boats

ibid. and Cheracter of Town and Coun-' Salt first discovered

ibid. try and The Young Hussar ibid. On Feasts

186 | Poetry ;-including, The Horrors of Another Misery of Human Life 187 - Vår; &c.

219 Instances of the beneficial Etfects of Journal of the Proceedings of the

the Use of Cold Water to the Eyes ibid. * First Sesstour of the Third ParOn Cement for Building, &c. ibid. liament of the United Kingdom of On the pernicious Effects of Lead - 188 Great Britain and Ireland

222 Newton'sTheoryofthe Tidesvindicatedibid Intelligence from the London GaQuery respecting a Roman Camp

208 near Islington 189|| Foreign Intelligence

230 The Genuine Spirit of Masonry ibid. Domestic Intelligence

ibid, A Briet Account of Cronstarit 19: Marriages

236 Account of General Sebastiani 192 | Monthly Obituary

ibid. Journal of a Voyage from the West Variations of Baroincter and TherIndies, &c. to London (Continued] 193

239

zeite

[ocr errors]

London:
Printed by J. Geld, Ste-ane, Fleet-street,

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

No. 32, CORNHILL.
Persons who reside abroad, and who wish to be supplied with this Work every

Month, es pub. lished, may have it sent to them, FREE OF POSTAGE, to New York, Halifax, Quebec, und every Part of the West Indies, at Two Guineas per Annui, by Mr. THORNHILL, of the General Post Office, at No. 21, Sherborne-lane ; to Hamburgh, Lisbon, Gibraltar, or any part of the Mediterrunean, at Two Guineus per Annum, by Mr. Bishop, of the General Post Öffice at No. 29, Sherborne-lane ; to my Part of Ireland, at One Guinea and a Half per Annum, by Nr. Smith, of the General Post Office, at No. 3, Sherborne-lane; and to the Cape of Good Hope, or any Part of the Eust Indies, ut Thirty Shillings per Arunum, by Mr. Gor, at the Eæt India House. Europ. Mag. Vol. LI, March 1807.

Y

The Biographical Notices of General Frost and GexenAL Thaw shall be inserted in our next. GENERAL TOLERATION is inadmissible.

The dissertation on the art of building Rocks in certain places, which was to have been included in the “ Description of the Great ilesert of Westminster," must be deferre:l until another opportunity.

We are obliged to our Correspondent for the print of Vapier of Merchiston ; but, as it has already been publishad, must decline the use of it.

The Socieiy for the Investigation of the Causes, Symptoms, and Cure of the HYDROPHOBIA, has our warmest wisnes for ils success; but we cannot, from its length, insert the address.

In our last Review we omitted to mention, that the Sermon “ On the Utility of Academical Institutions, &c.” was preached by BENJAMIN CRACKNELL, A.M., Minister of Weymouth Chapel. The profit derived from it is, we understand, to be devoted to the institution for which it pleads.

Janson's Stranger in America, and Tomkins's Rays of Genius, shall be reviewed in the next Magazine.

We have received several other works, which shall be noticed as soon as possible,

Essays, Historical, Literary, and Moral, we are sorry to state, came too late to be inserted this month, but shall have a place in the next Magazine ; as shall the Essay on the Use of British Fir as a substituie for Elin Timber : the Niechanisin of the Eye; Mr. Richardson's, and several other pieces with which we have been favoured.

Britannicus, Address to a faded Lily, and a number of poetical pieces from our former Correspondent, Mr. 31., are received, and shall have duc attention paid to them,

a

ERRATUX in our last Magazine. Page 137, col. 1, line 16 from the bottom, for “ careless mis'ry," read <i cureless misry."

AVERAGE PRICES of CORN from March 7 to March 14.

200

902

MARITIME COUNTIES.

INLAND COUNTIES.
Wheall Rye | Barl. | Oats Beans

"l'heat Rye | Barl. | Oats Beans Essex 80

0111 636 6129 9141 o Middlesex 8.3 11 18 0 38 031 10 13 4 hint 85 018 0 39 SIS5 089 6 Surrey

87 012 09 10133

40 Sussex 81 4100

039 933 000 o Hertford 76 413 (11 0.27 037 3 Sottolk 77 1 15 035 936 3:35 3 Bedford 76 319 61.37 1126

21 +1 10 Canıbridge 74 16 033 9:1 6 34 illuntmydon 77

01.16 423 8:36 11 Norfolk 73 10 18 0 34 10 25 4135 SW Vorthampt. 73 8:0 35

108 8 Lincoln 68 10 12 8 37 03 3:19 ol/Rutland

73
(37 023

3+2 York 70 11 11 11 37 106 010 9 Leicester 73 71:5 2137 1025

8

7 Durham 79 900 000)

0120 1000 0 Vottinghampio 5.16 Ol11 08 10113 Northumb. 71 1113 0136 &27 710 4 Derby 77 8100 013 6127

5/18 Cunibe.land 69 3151 638

47
6100

olsuford 77 1/10 011 11/2017 10 Wesmori. 77 757 8139 829 8100 OS-lop 71

je 107
C

031 Lancaster 76 0120 0:5 11/28

6. Hereford 74 010 130 117 4/17 7 Chrestor 72

100 0 12 0132 2100 oll Worcester 70 400) 011 1033 11 16 3 Gloucester 76 joo 0137 428 1/14 111 Varwick 78 11 100) 0111 1.9

& Solucrsct 78 0 0.35 8126 12

76 000 01.13 103, 10119 4 Mouth 79 110) 038 417 400 0 Berlis 85 100

0.8
111

$
80 C100
0134 LO 8152 oxford 81 0 0 0131 71.9

5 Cornwall 82 (0) 30 922 olou o Bucks Durset 78 1)) (134 4 133 11

WALES. lants 81 11000 008 1130 11:00 CV. Wales goo 039 01:0 410

s. Wales 86 000 C12 119

13 ان

[ocr errors]

(

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
« 前へ次へ »