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5 and 10 44 60 and 70 123 1482

1221 Females Females 571

10 and 20 55 70 and 80 93 Whereof have died under 2 years old 318

20 and 30 75 80 and 90 31 Peck Loaf 6s. 2d.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending May 15.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly, Oats Bears

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

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s. d. 5. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Middlesex 125 1000 060 648 1171 5|| Essex 124 0167 650 646 870 Surrey 130 62 0159 8/19 0.79 6 Kent 119 0165 0160 948 069 9 Hertford 114 8174 055 4 45 0.82 6|| Sussex 123 400 063 0154 000 0 Bedford 118 1/72 057 9 47 478 11 Suffolk 119 3100 0155 844 366 0 Huntingd. 115 400 0157 644 872 10 Camb. 113 1100 0156 736'1066 10 Northamp. 117 800 0157 10 +1 10 81 4|| Norfolk 111 060 850 11 44 10,67 7 Rutland 114 900 064 0145 0.82 0 | Lincoln 104 280 047 938 0855 Leicester 117 700 065 643 592 9 York 102 11 00 0152 157 678 4 Nottingh. 114 478 058- 5144 4193 8 Durham 105 800 0153 439 4100 Derby 112 400 062 644 6103 3|| Northum. 98 576 0159 1141

1100 Stafford 120 7100 0176 046 485 10|Cumberl. 116 3196 8162 1140 300 Salop 122 11 90 8169 1 +4 800 0 Westmor.118 1196 0164 100 Hereford 112 75 062 742 574 10 Lancaster113 1100 053 10 42 1000 Worcester 118 500 065 744 1077 3|Chester 111 1000 000 0139 2 00 Warwick 131 0100 069 4 49 1097 10 | Flint 110 700 0183 435 0.00 Wilts 111 2100 060 4 46 692 0 Denbigh 119 4100 0177 1/36 9100 0 Derks 131 200 053 644 082 9|| Anglesea 000 000 000

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00 Oxford 129 900 060 049 677 9 Carnarv. 122 8100 0162 8 38 81000 Bucks 128 800 0159 0146 677 0Merionet. 117 400

0168 0.42 600 ) Brecon 112 8176 8165 6 32 000 0|Cardigan 115 6100 0152 024 000 0 Montgom. 118 4.00 0167 2 45 4,00 0|Pembroke101 0100 0153 732 000 0 Radnor 116 500 063 2|36 11000Carmarth 106 4100 0 58 11 28 200 0

Glainorg. 124 500 068 0 36 000 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucest. 123 200 070 449 000

117 5175 4161 6141 6180 6|| Somerset 122 1000 066 034 082 Average of Scotland, per quarter :

Monmo. 119 600 000 000 000 102 8170 3156 4141 5167 8|| Devon 124 0100 0164 033 600 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma- Cornwall 118 200 062 332 200

ritime Districts of England and Wales, by|| Dorset 124 200 065 4 42 680 which Exportation and Bounty are to be Hants 120 1100 0 62 9 44 885 4 regulated in Great Britain..........

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1174 0159 3139 4178 6 PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, May 24: 105s. to 110s. RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark-Lane, including only from May 10 to May 15: Total 8771 Quarters. Average 119s. 7.—0s. 1d. lower than last Return. OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, May 15, 44s. 2d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, May 26, 58s. 10d.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET,, April 24 : Kent Bags

81. Os. to 121. Os. Kent Pockets ...101. Os. to 151. Os. Sussex Ditto 81. Os. to 12). Os. Sussex Ditto

92. Os. to 131. Os. Essex Ditto

81. Os. to 101. Os | Farnham Ditto .......161. Os. to 251. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, May 24 : St. James's, Hay 41. Os. Straw 11. 195.. -Whitechapel, Hay 41. 14s. Straw 1l. 195. Clover 71, 1s.-Smithfield, Old Hay 01. Os. Od. Straw 11. 155. Clover 61, 5s.

SMITHFIELD, May 24. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef .... ..6s. 8d. to 7. 8d. Lar

78. Od, to 8s. 8d. Muiton

..7. d. to 8s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market this Day: Veal..........,

....6s. Od. to 8s. Od, Beasts about 1,500. Calves 110. Pork.........

..7s. Od. to 8s. Od. Sheep and Lambs 12,200. Pigs 280. COALS, May 26: Newcastle 45s. 6d. to 54s. Sunderland 46s. to 46s. 9d. SOAP, Yellow, 100s. Mottled 110s Curd 1145. CANDLES,13s. 6d. per Doz. Moulds 155. Od.

TALLOW, per Stone, 8!6. Clare Market 5s. 3d. Whitechapel 5s. 24.

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EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN MAY, 1813.
Bank 13 per C1.13 per Ct. 4 per Ct. 5 perCt| B. Long Irish Imp. Imp. India South Sea S. Sea India Ex. Bills. (Ex. Bills.
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LONDON GAZETI E

Cornw.-Covent. 2 General EVENING

Cumberland 2 M.Post M. Herald

Doncaster--Derb. Morning Chronic.

Dorchest.--Essex Times-M. Advert.

Exeter 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 Albion--C. Chron.

Northampton Courier-Globe

Norfolk, Norwich Eng. Chron. --Ing.

N.Wales Oxford 2 Cour d'Angleterre

Portsea-Pottery Cour. de Londres

Preston-Plym. 2 150therWeekly P.

Reading --Salisb. 17 Sunday Papers

Salop-Sheffield2 Hue & Cry Police

Sherborne, Sussex Lit. Adv. montbly

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 CONTAINING

Sunday AdvertiseChelms. Cambria.

Jersey 2. Guern, 2. Meteorological Diaries for May & June 506,512 Progress of Architecture, temp. Charles II. 541 Examination of Children of National Society 507 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE

543 Dr. Bell; Instance of Gratitude of bis Pupils 508 Index Indicatorius.--Questions answered...544 Anniversary Meeting of the National Society 509 Review of New PUBLICATIONS; vir. Observations respecting the Bible Society 510 Pleasures from Literary Composition 545 Catal. of the Alchorne Collection of Books 511 Sir Philip Warwick's Memoirs.

546 St. Nicholas,Newcastle.—Gresham Lectures 512 | Turnbull's Voyage round the World.........547 Particulars respecting Norton juxta Twycross513 Althea, a Poem. (By a Noblenian.] 549 Memoirs and Character of Edm. Malone, esq. ib. Cullum's History of Hawsted and Hardwick 550 On the Words Antiquary and Antiquarian...520 Hooker's Journal of a Tour in Iceland..,551 Passage in Mrs. More's “Christian Moralsib. Omniana,554.-Innes's NotesofConversations555 Plan for Preservation of Fishing Vessels...521 Faulkner's History of Fulham, continued...556 Inscription at Eye.--Marylebone Park......524 The Index to Nichols's Literary Anecdotes 559 Roman Antiquities found near Cambridge...ib. The Year, a Poem, by Dr. Bidlake 560 Marriage Procession planned by H.Bunbury 525 Cooke's Conversation, a Didactic Poem ... 561 Autograph and Arins of Edward Dyer......ibid. Review of New MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS 563 Rev. 6. White's Answer to An Architect...526 Select Poetry for June 1813 565-568 Repairs at the Church of Allhallows Barking ib. Proceedings in present Session of Parliament569 Christopher Pitt, the Translator of Virgil 529 Interesting Intell. from London Gazettes.. 573 Letter from Spence, describing Virgil's Tomb 530 Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences 578 Christopher Pitt's Receipt for a Sermon Country News,582.-DomesticOccurrences 583 Mr. Henry Pitt on his Brother's Gout 532 Theatrical Register.- Promotions & Prefer. 585 Christ's Hospital, and Character of the Boys 533 Births and Marriages of eminent Persons 536 Essay on the Use of Station

.534 Obituary, with Anecd. of eminent Persons 556 Comfortable Provision for two aged Ladies 537 Canal Shares, &c. 598.- Bill of Mortality 599 Architectural Innovation, No. CLXXIV....540 | Prices of Markets 599.-- Prices of Stocks . 600 Embellished with a beautiful Perspective View of the Church of Norton JUXTA TWYCROSS, co. Leic.; and with a curious miscellaneous Plate, containing Plans for the

improved Construction of FISHING VESSELS; INSCRIPTIONS, ARMS, &c. &c.

... 551

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By SYLVANUSURBAN, Gent,

Printed by Nichots, Son, and Bentley, at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage, Fleet-str. London;

where all Letters to the Editor are desired to be addressed, POST-SAID.

METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, KEPT A'r EXETER.

Bar. Ther, at 10 P. M.
29.85 45 Cloudy
26.65 372. Fine.
29.38 41 Fair ; small rain
29.41 40 Ditto.
29.50 411 Ditto.
29.55 434 Fine.

April, Bar. Ther. at 8 A. M.

Bar. Ther. at 3 P. M. s 25 | 29.96 394 Fine

29.87 564 Very fine 26 29.60 39 Pain; fair at 11

29.62 47 Fair and cloudy. Fine at 4. 27 | 29.60 4 Cloudy and hazy, with some showers 29.47 441 Ditto, ditto.... 28 29.35 44 Wet baze; fair..

29.35 43] Fair and cloudy. 29 | 29.48 43 Cloudy and hazy.

29.47 47 Ditto ; blowing strong 30 29.54 354 Snow; at 10 fair.

29.51 49 Fair, snow.all dissolved. May I 29.55 48 Wet haze; fair at 9.

29.55 56 Fine but cloudy. S 2 29.63 51 Fair and cloudy; at 12 fine..

29.68 60 Very fine. 3 29.71 49 Cloudy, with some small rain.. 29.68

524 Small rain
4 | 29.70 55 Hazy; at 12 fine

29.74 60 Fine
5 29.88- 50 Very fine

29.88 67 Ditto
6 29.87 59 Hazy clouds

29.79 65

Showers. Fair 29.69 564 Fine, though cloudy.

29.69 571 Ditto 8 | 29.61 56 Fair and cloudy.

29.57 56' Ditto S9 | 29.54 57 Ditto

29.54 654 Fine.
10 | 29.75 591 Ditto

29.81 641 Very fine
11 29.89 56Ditto; at 11 small rain.................. 29.73 57Rain till 4. Fair and cloudy
12 29.63 57 Fine

29.63 63 Ditto
13 29.60 57 Cloudy, with some showers

29.51 60 Frequent showers ; fair..........
14 29.37 564 Cloudy, and squalls with rain 29.33 57 Squalls with rain
15 29,46 56 Fair and cloudy...

29.56 58* Fine
S 16 29.46 55 Fine; wind, with showers............. 29.56 54 Ditto
17 29.80 53 Fine, but blowing strong.

29.88 574 Ditto; at 6 moderate, with rain
18 29.73 54 Fine

29.78 541 Fair and cloudy..
19 29.80 574 Fair and cloudy; some small showers 29.80 61 Ditto
20 29.55 54 Small rain; afterl1 fair, blowing strong 29.50 Fair, blowing strong

29.55 49 Fair.
29.68 46 Fine,
29.66 511 Pair.
29.81 474 Ditto.
29.88 56 Ditto.
29.74 56 Showers.
29:69 54 Fair and cloudy.
29.67 53 Ditto ; some showers.
29.60 55 Some small rain.
29.89 56 Ditto.
29.67 52 Fair and cloudy.
29.63 55 Ditto.
29.49 54 Fair and cloudy, with wind.
29.34 53 Fair and cloudy.
29.65 51 Ditto.
29.59 51 Heary squall, wind and rain
29.84 50 Rain.
29.84 51 Ditto.
29.70 54. Fine.
29,52 47 Fine, moderate, windy.

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THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,

For JUNE, 1813.

ciety Central School, ath Baldwin's PERM

Mr. URBAN,

May 26, mark of their approbation, a dinner I AM anxious, through the

medium at Baldwin's Gardens, on Friday, the

4th of June, the anniversary of His stitutional Magazine, to give publi- Majesty's birth-day. city to a most interesting and grati. A Friend to the Madras System fying sight, from which I am just

of Education. returned ; viz. a public examination of the Children of the National So- Mr. URBAN,

May 30. ERMIT me to recommend to the

Archbishop of attentive perusal of your Read. Canterbury, President; the Arch- ers, the following extract of a letter bishop of York; the Earl of Shaftes, from a gentleman whose virtues and bury; the Bishops of London, Lin- many excellencies are too well known coln, Salisbury, Worcester, Hereford, to the world, to admit a shadow of Ely, Oxford, and Chester ; Lords doubt respecting either his judgment Kenyon and Radstock, the Speaker or sincerity.

A LAYMAN. of tắe House of Commons, Archdea. Extract of a Letter from JAMES ALLAN con Cambridge, Rev. Dr. Watson, PARK, Esq. King's Council, to G. W. Rev.J. Lendon, and Rev. H. H. Norris; MARRIOTT, Esq. dated Dec. 29, 1812; as well as many other Ladies and Gen- extracted from Instructions for contlemen, well-wishers to the Institution. ducting Schools on the Madras System."

The Rev. Dr. Bell, the inventor of • Your account of Dr. Bell's success, the new System of Education, was and of the advancement of his good also present, to witness the striking sheme, is highly interesting to me. I effects produced by his excellent mode really think that this plan, if rightly of coinmunicatiog instruction to the conducted, is one of the most stupendous infant mind, and to see before him at engines that has ever been wielded since the National Schools an instance of the days of our Saviour and his Apostles, the benefits which thousands, in every gion upon earth. It never has been my

for the advancement of God's true Relipart of the couotry, are at this mo

opinion, that Dr. Bell is infected with ment deriving from his inimitable sys

vanity: but there never was a man tem. Nothing could surpass the correct and steads conduct of the child who, from seeing his plans taking a

wide and deep root in the earth, has had dren, the knowledge imparted to

more just cause to be vain than our exthema of the principles of our holy cellent friend. I am not sure that this Religion, or the accurate manner in is not the commencement, by his means, which both boys and girls passed their of that glorious era, when the knowexamination in the Catechism, and ledge of the Lord shall cover the earth, in the business of their respective as the waters cover the seas. J. A. P." classes. I was particularly struck with the devotion and earnestness with

Mr. URBAN,

June 4. which all the children, amounting to

"HE following highly interesting 800, joined in the Lord's Prayer, and and most affecting anecdote is in singing part of the Evening Hymn. 80 little known to the publick, that I The whole company were much af- must request to be perínitted to give fected at thuis witnessing the truth of it universal publicity, by laying beá the Psalmist's observation, “ Out of fore your Readers the following ex. the mouths of babes and sucklings tract from a recent work of Dr. thou hast perfected praise." Highly Bell's, intituled, " Instructions for to the credit of the learned and dig- conducting Schools on the Madras nified Body before whom the exami. System.”

Yours, &c. nation was passed, and of the General A Friend to the Education of Committee, they determined on giv

the Poor, according to the ing the children of both schools, as a

Established Church.

THE

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