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Philanthropic Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1817, London, Middlesex A WEEKLY JOURNAL FOREIGN AND ADAPTED FOR PRICE S Our COUNTRY Readers wo be gratified in finding1 by the favour of twogentlemen friendly to our we arcable to give a cor rect statement of the Corn Market and Price of Stocks every WEDNESDAY LONDON Com MARCH arrivals today were Land and from Esses and being iii sold full per quarter Fine Malt ing being very sold from to per quarter and the middlings and ordinary fetched belter prices than last Malt of fine quality also obtained more and of both sold near per quarter In Kye and other grain no New Wheat O13 Foreign Pease Per 1 46 50 38 64 63 74 42 White Pease Tick Beans 87 Snmll 90 128 Feed Oats 54 5C 28 60 Potatoedo 64 86 40 66 lliipe still continue without any fresh In consequence of all grain trt afew needy at hotter prices than last Quarter 52 36 40 20 24 4si 40 44 52 90 sack Href 4 4104 6 0 6 0 5 6 0 0 4 8 to 3 8 3 3 8 0 5 5 Stwt of sinking tfa 0 too 15 6 0 7 1 16 5 if and per Smithfald Whitechapet Jamess 4 0 to 6 0 50 7 10 1 16 5 3 3 to 6 0 6 0 1 13 6 5 S5 ii Coal Ships at Mtrrkct Newcastle dandcrland Sold Price 6d to 42 3 53 0 39 per Portugal Goldinemii 3 13 6 f New Dollars0 4 11 Foreign Gold in fairs 3 18 6 Silver iu 0 5 1 Kenr Doubloon 0 0 0 PRICE 0V THIS DAV AT 1 Hank 3 ii per 59 4 per 87 i Long Irish 5 per India pn 18 for f ELIGIOUS LIBERTY STATED AND EN FORCED on the Principles of Scripture and Common In Six The Principles on which the Christian Church is fnuiidrd The ori Terms of Church Communion The Duty of ami the Right of Judgment The Spiritual Nature of Kingdom j and The Nature anil Etftcts of A Sketch of the I Spread of Pertfflition ainon of all MyT Author of Dctures on the Moral Tendencies of the mprovement of the We iecl oursfkes tfveatly obliged to Williams for bringing forward seasonable He lias treated tin Buhjtict aiul jet IB a Juannor idwap Aud Printed for ihf and I ty Hams Court Pauls Church Yard Gale find Button and and Paternoster On the 1st of will be with an oHfijfnnl Portrait of lljo taken expressly for this Price a New greatly ihe nfinch by ROWLAND Seventh Dialogues and JBy tlie will in Ttvfrttyfour each 8G of in Sixpence and wiH puhlsljed once A few copies will be printed in on fihf price One London Printed wr and Pater Row Sold1 Djghton Bristol Brtth NewcastleuponTyne Melksham TS Staffordshire K Norwich Coggesliati W This Day is in one royal Pricv HINTS FROM AN INVALID MOTHER TO HliR D A on Subjects jbohnected with Moral and Religious Improvement duct of in By preaent volume tlie Dictates ot cultivated and amiable These Lett CM af e but sensible they may piiflc docile female from al1 We thiuk these ofitlio hpt oif Young but of ParCTtts atwl of tliose iii Public or Tiicso given in uio easy ami almost oolloqtifal forin of are well aflapteU to familiar the general sfaniiartl ofmental may pronoijtiqe tUeni to be highly useful and that their teudejicy to improve tlie fenialp y inculeaing the paramount importance of religioii and mornlityi ought to eiisdre them a ready receptiou in every INCITEMENT TO EARLY PIETY or n Manual Devotion with a Selection of adapted to Youth of both To whicli is prefixed a Letter of Maternal from a Lady tajier on and various tteMiye and By tbe sime Price We feel raucb recommemling tbislittleprddao tion to tbe patronage of tliff It is well sow in the youthful mind the seedu of religions and ppore a uselfal assistant to iu Uia spiritual of their Criticfli t Also lately 2d in 2 Price PATRIARCHAL TIMES or Tbe Canaan a Figurative in Seven BooUs cnyr prising Interesting Incidents and founded on Holy By Our renderu will Jlot by few specimens we can yet hv a very slight that the senti ments this little wel1 abd to the British t London Sold by Rivmutnn Wiiiiunw and and Just price Crown vtEMKNTS Oj1 EVANGELICAL RELI delivered before the Clinstistn which several important difr ferenccs between modern Arminians Calvinists are with a view to promote Mutual By NATHANIEL We Ihink highly ofthe work in afl oxhibiting pietv and the design and execotion of this work we think most It contains three with copious notes of these we obetfrfulty that the indopendenpe of he solidity of thet5andour of find the prac tical temltnoy that pervade are as entitle the aa tiior to the goodwiil of the and the tlmuks of the It is with the pleasure we ihiscpportumly of commeBiliug spirit of iibwality candnar with which iliis book is calculated to disarm the controversy of tlial which polemical iu their i OIK ion Soln by and Stationers Couit Pauls Chutch Yard 5 and Burton NFAV BOOKS FOE YOUNiG Printed for dnil Stationers VICTIMSOF or ble exemplifying the eyil of Fairs and both By the author of the Legend of 2 IIoLJDAY or a Christmas in Surrey by the same 3 The PROPHETIC or Extracts from Newton By thor of Elizas 4 CONVERSATIONS on RELIGION and Miss Author of Antidote to the Miseries of Human fe or the the same r 6 ADVANTACES of EAULY PJETV in inoilrsbf Cleroeirtj of i Life of 2d 8 M ATH Ess AYS to do Essay on jf ladies with reflections years aui 11 The A Jfract calculated to encparoge mye lor Jiejig oueu Country among r in noraerawi the Efficacy of Gospel in of the To which is AO count of the and Cruelty of Pagan Author of Village This a welljuiTgcd and cannot fall 1o W very It A copiiins thai imentso much to Iwn ft blussiiig Eclectic 1 its and GALBA tlie History ofTwo Bro supposed to he written by line Tliougli thestyle is not the capacity of ati intelli gent tlie work will intercut Young Persons in eonvcyins the must importtmt iwttructieu in the form of GEOGRAPHY or n Brief Alphsibetical Ac count of all the Principal inentiontd in th0 and 13y u Second This Lady has very laudably employed liorself in attempt infftofiimiliarivic ScriptureXJeography to young reading the ScriptureH wliicli we hope will out of iu the 15 SCRIPTURE HISTOHY aBrief Account of the Old andNcw In 12 work appears to be written by a person willarquainte4 with the and 1 lie instruction of in Sunday Schools the Aotbor lias taken jmine to adapt it to their and to refer on every part of history to authority ofthe SxTipt fff Wo nan tlrarefore recomuwnd UiMs work to young people in A SERIOUS YOUNG who mand I lirte or lour Thousand Pounds m admitted into a very respectable house in Lorn Trade of long wiihgcod and certain without much As this is an opportunity for a young man above description flint rartly U w none other rvil to I CouthiiU
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