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Christian Reporter (Newspaper) - April 25, 1821, London, Middlesex THE AND MISCELLANEOUS PRICE SEVEN Or 17 per sent fast a OPPQSITE EXETER CHANCE Author of Principles of REACHES the most indifferent writers of all an A elegant expeditious on a principle so simple that it is acquired with ease in three and when once acquired is ever after Among Smiths numerous be has had the satisfaction of improving the Mi to whom hehas privilege of Speci jnens of improvement are for iuspection at the WESLEYAN MISSIONARY MEETING of this Society will be held in City Ruad near on April JOSEPH will take tliiJ JJhair at Eleven oclock in the Ehe Religious Services connected with this will be as On Thursday April at Sevetn the James of will preach in the City Road On Friday April at Eleven the Robert of will preach in Great Queenstreet Lincolns Injn And on Friday April at Seven jthe Theopniliis of will preach in China Terrace Collections will be made after each Sertnqn and at the Public On April Sermons will hje and the usual Auuual Collections for the Methodist will be made in all Chapels of the Wesleyun Metho dists iu the London This Society employs near one hundred and fifty Mis on one hundred stations principally among the Negro Slaves in the and in West and South in on Continental and in New South More than persons as members of the Religious are at present under the pastoral care of who also superintend and prosperous Mission in which several thou sands of the Children Heathens are instructed in the doctrines and duties of The Report of the Society may be bad Jthe Societys Hattou HIGHPRIESTOF ON May will he published XXVII of the IMPERIAL ornamented with a strik ing likeness of ALEXANDER DHERMA RAMA one of High Priests of Budhoo late under the tuition of the Adam price One This Number among other things will contain the fol and Catalogues of really British as they CQriieJnto of the Human on New from New South of Olden Fragments of a Query on burying m Churches Moral of Leonardo of the stayed Foundation of the Essays on the a Query on singular Letter recently received from New South Repentauce and of Remarks oa mutual to Query on breach of tender of Henry Jenkins vations Historical and Descriptive of Printed and published hy Prin ter in Ordinary to and and at Bartho Sola by and by all From fie JJpril of at at apdJtane at at Crown of Gannonstreet and of May and June at at the Talbot Soli Clarke and Chancerylane and Swan of of and 6f mer May and June at at the Court Few Henrietta Covent Garden and Bank of May at at the George Bell and and of and June at at T of Lake May and at the Sessions Wake Chanccrytlatie and Lumb and Grumble and of tobacco manufactu May and June at at the Kings Arms Cateatonstreet and late of Prim Bishopsgale May and Juno ai at PowuaJl and Old of May and June at at Bush Corn Bristol and of April Way and June at at Clements May of Gracechurjh wholesale fumer May of May late of dealer rMay of the vintner May 22i and of the coal May of dealer in china May late of insurance broker May late of May of r May upholsterer 1 or1 mustard manufacturer May of Du rands mast and block maker May of linealdraper of merchant Mav late of Market Westmin brewer dune of May May Big late of ironmaster May late of butcher Tankard and Tankard of May the coalmerchant LONDON There was a liberal supply of Wfieat this morning Essex Bud Kent fine samples in at a de cline of per quarter on last prices the mid dling and inferior sorts remain pa malting Barley was and rather Barley a Peas were Btbowt 5si per quarter dry Beans found buyers on much the same terras as last Oat tradtfivas at a reducj tion of about since this day Rye and Orey little sjiull and Linseed may be quoted remained from Moiidayf S was no demand this morning considered nominally afi on ties of Barley are were with difficulty ty Tl trade continues exceedingly heft made were at an Beans are also rather cheaper4 a 56 r Suffolk34 ft 56 42 a ft a 3tt 19 a 26 50 a 56 White 28 a 30 Grey a 27 Small 30 a 32 Tick a 27 23 a 2 a 24 a 20 per 46 a 50 Rapeseed per a quantity of Wheat for which therefore may he IL e inferior quali e samples sales were per a 58 48 51 ai Bra OF 4824 I 5135 1365 6380 2520 3273 i sacks AVERAGE PRICES OF IS BNGLANDASp The Average Price of Brown or putedfroin the made til 18th of April 1821 is per PRICE OF MEAT Exclusive of the whichconsists of and 16 worth about Pwstoneof 4 Pork Lamb 3 6 8 5 4 CLOVER STRAW Head of f910 5800 200 240 2 W 10 PRICE OF MEAT AT NEJVGATE J 8to3 81 Pork Mutton 2 8 3 8 Lamb Veal 38 5 4 050 CURRENT PRICES OF AND Raw fiO a 70 very 72 a 76 Powder Loaves 92 a 108 Single 88 a 90 Morasses 23 a and a Ill a 120 Fine 132 a 1S8 110 a 8fi a percw Mocha Bourbon Brazil Java Domingo COCOA Trinidad 150 a 176 126 a 136 129 a 131 160 a 116 189 119 Whitc Black 75 a 100 90 a 106 100 a 224 50 a 73 a PRICE OF TALLOW AND Market Price of Rough perstoue2 10 2 10 Average 2 10 M 0 Russia 43 0 Melted 38 0 Rough 24 ft 23 J9 Good 8 6 Curd 98 0 83 j 78 V Price 0 PRICE W LEATHBR per Butts 50 a 20 DrjEssing 15 a FineCoaCh a 18 Crop Hides to401bs for cutting15 a 16 20 a 28 50 70 30 ft 70 8a3S Tanned fg a 19 OF Bank 3 per Red 71 3 nr 7 4 per Cent 5 per Navy India South SeaStocK Ditto Endorsed Ditto for Tuet fr rt 1 a Stock Old Broad On Richard Wjllett to Charlotte Fen daughter of tne late Thomas of the On the 34tft at Riphard of to daughter df jf aad tipper On at to 6ecjinjJ of 0j tbe Ifith in Aston weU k r V other Wgpur the the at Ywks of his Thoaaas Ute of J On Sunday at Erederic But terfieldi of after a protracted confinement of ahove two octfasroniert byjiavingbeeti overturnedat the aboveplaoeon the at George Wain agen the at Tfabmsi 63d yeaf of bis age On lasV at Great in sigjcr John of that aged On the 15th slon of at the advanced of of which she had been maintained in the workhouse of that At near on Wednesday i FranciB apparently in by bit swrvaift At on Ae the HjEHJJWg i Bettor of Westmwtoo Street A J I
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