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the Welsh judges. If it riad been his wish King's. He afterwards accepted the place he might, without doubt, have attained the of an affiftant matter at Eton, which be English ermine, but, poffefsed of an am- retained until his promotion to the respecple income, having a trong bias to antic spectable and lucrative fituation of fellow quarian knowledge, natural history, and of Econ college. He was one of those arits concomitant Itudies, he retired from liftant masters who (owing to some real or the practice of the law, and applied this imaginary haughty treatment from the legal knowledge to the purposes of invef- present provost, then head-mafter) threw tigating curions questions of legal antic off their gowns, and refused to attend in quity. They have been published in a their several places in the school-room. quarto volume. His enquiries into orni- He has, according to all accounts, died thology and various phænomena of Nature excessively rich ; and has left behind him are well known ; and his converfation on a daughter, who is the wife of Mr. Tro. those futjects will not be forgotten by any galt, and a son, Joho, in holy orders. It one who has been admitted to reap the be- cannot but be acknowledged by the Docnefits of it. He was an old and most re- tor's best friends, that he carried his parfifpectable fellow of the Royal Society, and mony to an unpardonable degree, which a very ingenious contributor to the annoal made him frequently the jest of the col volume of its Tranfactions. He was also lege and its neighbourhood. However, it amuag those who, at a formed period, is equally true, that he was a man of confrequented Tom's coffee house near the Biderable lea: ning and ingenuity. His odTemple, where, during the early part of dities, and his “ suits of customary black," the evening, the literature and the theatri. were occasionally the sport and laughingcal history of the day were agrceably dir. stock of the boys in their private divercusled hy men who were c pable of deepee sons. A few years back he publified a discussions; an! where, in his early years, Greek translation of Gray's Elegy, which, the writer of this article has frequently though allowed to potless confiderable meliftened with pleasure and improvement to rit, drew on him the severe ridicule of the their converfation. But Tom's coffee. author of the Purfuits of Literature: house is no more; and Mr. Barringtoo, « Old Norh'ry starts, and with the seventhperhaps, was the survivor of those who

form boys,

(a.noys, formed that ple sint society. He had for In weeds of Greek, the church-yard's peace a great number of years occupied the Wib claffic Weston, Charley Coote, and chambers in the King's Bench walks, in Tew, the Ioner Temple, where he died. His In dismal dance about the mournful yew." latier companions were principally the It was, perhaps, an indiscretion in a man benchers of that fociety, of which he was of the Dirctor's age to aim at' such petty one; and the little exercise whielt he had laurels; but can by no means justify the for some time been able to take was in the unseeling manner in which he was thus held Temple gardens, whose arrangenient he up to public ridicule and coatempt. To the was pleased to superintend, and where he would it could be of no consequence ; and appeared to find an oecahonal amilement (as is fomewhere observed) to Eton it was in observing the growth of the few trees rather beneficial than otherwise, holding and dowers which adoro them. Thus he forth to the yonhful train a praise-worthy paifed a stadious, ineffenfire, and long-ex- example of elegant classical amusement. It is tended life, and was attended to his grave related of the Doctor, that, when a scholar in the Temple thurch by the principal at Eton, the subject of the Extempore being members of that fociety, with that respect the great crime of breaking any of the which his life deservert, and that regret Commandments, he fewed up to the male which the remembrance of him cannot fail ter his four lines as usual; the three first to inspire.”

lines in reprutation, &c. of offending 17. At F.con college, the Rev. John against the Ten Commandments, and the Nurbuy, D D. fellow of Eton college, fourth concluded thus-Quid de Mofe pates: and rector of Maple-De: h.:m, co. Oxford. Forgerai ille decem. On the whole, we He was educated on ihe foundation at without heftation assert, that Dr. Norbury, Elon; ohtained in due time his call to although degraded hy too great fondness King's cullege, Cambridge ; where he for money, was a respectable member of proceeded BA. 1946; M. A. 1750; society, respectable as a man of considere ST.P. 1984; and obtained his fellowthip, able learning, respectable as a cle: gyman, as usual, after three year's residence ac and respectable as a found Christian,

BILL of MORTALITY, from February 25, 10 March 25, 1830.
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501 70 and 80 146 Whucof have died under two years old 531 20 and 30 Peck Loaf 5s. 40.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending March 22, 1800. [295 INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES. Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans

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Suttex 6100 048 438 ooo Bedford 122 400 0157 037 1167 4 Suffolk 109 5:00 046 10 39 0148 8 Hunting. 113 1100 0 60 442 455 il Cambrid.105 8oo of56 228 145 I Northam.105 070 6154 437 864 0

Norfolk 101 380 042 1737 748 7 Rutland 100 060 069 0145 6155

Lincoln 90 678 4150 1031 Leicester 95 olou ? 431 074

8 York 96 4161 148 1038 592 10 Notting. 112 2182 0600 46 088 6 Durham

99 2104 62 450 200 Derhy

15 4100 148 1739 6 || Northum 85 3173 4.51 1043 676 3 Starford in oloo 063 8148

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187 Cumberl. 99 676 1072 10:47 900 Salop 114 4127 4.66 241

Westmo. 108 7101 1066 6143 Hereford 107 8176 855 539

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Lancast. 108 06 88148 579 Worceft. 118 1171

1159 544 774
8 Chefter 106 700 Obo 95!

8120 Warwicki 15 2100 068 445 11807

Flint 119 600 065 048 400 Wilts 101 8feo 048 439 876 8 Denbigh 121 oloo 0106 10138 5103 Berks 100 Spo 042 3/41

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0 64 024 Brecon 98 0 56 0137 91000

Pembroke92 800 054 324 Radnor 110 3100 os4 3134 1,00 o Carmarth.98 000

9100 Glamorg.113 300 054 232 uico

Gloucest, 110 2100 Average of England and Wales, per quarter.

046 1036 467

Somerset 113 200 045 1/3+ 865 8 107 8178 5156 0139 0169,4 Monm. 122

959 135 600 Devon

113 400 050 728 1165 Average of Scotland, per quarter. Cornwall103 10.00 954 431 79 0144 10.40 11134 111637

Dorset

115 700 040 836 1063

Hants ni 800 043 638 0 158 AVERAGE PRICES, by which Exportation and Bounty are to be regulated. Wheat Rye Barley Oats | Beans

Whed Rye Barley! Oats Beans Districts

d. s.
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PRICES OF FLOUR, March 24. Fine

935. to 95s. Middling Sos. to 12os. Horse Pollard Seconds 835. to gos. Fine Pollard 213. to 245. Bran

16s. 60. Thirds 6os. to 76s. Common ditto

18s. to 195. OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, 66s.gd.

PRICE OF HOPS. Kent Pockets

121. os. to 161. 63. Suffex Pockets 121. os. to 161. os. Ditto Bags 141. os. to 171. 45. Ditto Bags

os. to 161. Ios. Farnham Ditto 17. os. to 181. 185. Effex Pockets 11. 115. to 15l. Ios.

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW. "St. James's Hay 31. 65. od. to 61. 165. od. Aver. sl. 45. od.

Straw 21. 185. od. to 31. 35. od. Aver. 21. 18s. 60. Average Price of SUGAR, computed from the returns made in the week ending Mar. 26,

1805, is 66s. od. per cwc.inciusive of the Jury of Customs paid or payable whereon on the importation thereof into Great-Britain.

SMITHFIELD, March 24. To fink the offal.--per stone of 8lb. Beef 35. 8d. to gs. 4d. | Pork

4s. 8d. to gs. 8d. Mution 45. 40. to 55. 6. Lamb

os, od. to os. od, Veal

45. od, to 6s. od.

TALLOW, per stone of 81b. 35. uid. COALS. Best in the Pool 495. od. to 585. od. Sunderland, 455. od. to 54s. éd.

SOAP, Yellow, 765.-Mottled, 825.--Curil, 86s.

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[Printed by JOHN NICHOLS, Red Lion-Pallage, Fleet-Street, London.]

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Ipswich Whiteball Even.

IRELAND 38 The Sun-Star

LEICESTER London Packet

Lewe Englith Chron. Times- Briton

Maidstone Morning Chron.

Manchetter 3 Morning Herald

Newcaole 3 Public Ledger

Northampton Gazett'. & M.Poft

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YORK 3 Meteorolog. Diaries for Mar. and April, 1800 2987 The Increase of Popith Seminaries noticed 32 Atylum for Orphans of Goldiers and Sailors 299 Cure for an Althmamand for Consumption 33 Biographical Notices of Addison and Family 300 A new Cathedral at Waterford-Piercefield 33 Pursuiis of Architect. Innovation, No. XXII. ib. Mann's Exposition of Catechism recommended it Mr. J. Hastings, in favour of the Cow-Pox 362 Letter from Mr. Perkins on Metallic Tractors id

Arguments againit Introduction of Cow-Pox 303 Dr. Glasse on the Plurality of Worlds noticed it
Paffage in Phænilla of Euripides explained 304 Mr. Jones's Letter to three converted Jews il
Explanation and Etymology of the Word Cob ib. Name of Owner of Oldbridge correctly fiated 33
Canon Harte's Papers An artificial Yeast ibid. Mr. Charles's Correction on Wellh Methodifts 33
Hanwell Church, Rectory, &c. described 305 To Mr. Frend, on his Answer to Bp. of Lincoln it
Elegant Epitaph on Fred. Commerell, Esq. ibid A novel Instance of Resuscitation described 33
Singular Esteets of Lightoing on an Elm Tree 300 Memory of departed Excellence vindicated 33
The Precursor of the Pursuits of Literature ibid. Proceed. of the present Session of Parliament 33
Extracts from Epiftol. Treatisero Dr. Watsoo 307 REVIEW OF New PuBLICATIONS 941–36
Observasious on the Parluits of Literature 309 INDEX INDICATORIUS-Queries answered 36
Mr. S. Lylons and his Writings commended 311 Premiums of the Society of Arts, &c. 361-36
Preservation of Crew of the Mastiff stated 313 SELECT POETRY, Antient and Modern 369-37
New Retrospect of the Eighleenth Century 314 New Anniversary Poems for the Literary Fund il
A Description of a Vegetable Plænomeuon 31. Interesting Intelligence from London Gazettes 37
Mrs. Well on Character of Lady Dorchester 317 The Monthly Retrospect of Foreign Affairs 37
A Critique on Improprieties at the Theatre 316 loteresting Inteligence from Fore gn Parts 38
Montgomery Church-Herhert's Monument 321 Country News-Domestic Occurrences
Monumental Ioscriprions at Bigby, co. Linc. ib. Marriages, Deaths of eminent Persons 384-39
Aixclotesof R.Holgate, Archbishop of York 322 Billof Mortality from Feb. 2 5to Mar. 25,1800 39
Sir H. Croft's Letter to Mr. Nichols concluded 323 The Average Prices of Grain for One Month 39
Descriptions of Pompey's Pillar contracted 325|Daily Variations in the Prices of the Stocks 40

Embellished with Perspective Views of HANWELL CHURCH, MIDDLESEX;
MONTGOMERY CHURCH ; CHERRY HINTON CHURCH, CAMBRIDGESHIRE ;
BIGBY PARSONAGE; and the Effects of LIGHTNING on an ELM TREE,

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METEOROLOGICAL Table for April, 1800. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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