Philanthropic Gazette, March 25, 1818

Philanthropic Gazette

March 25, 1818

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Issue date: Wednesday, March 25, 1818

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Philanthropic Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1818, London, Middlesex A WEEKLY ADAPTED FOR an ft W EON ESI MARCH KICK 7d A PATRONISED JJY GOSPEL A J a rospoetablc a short distance from YOUXCt arc liberally and carefullytaught the different of useful and polite Twenty four Guineas per Annum with the Twentyeight The French Language by a Native of The Premises are and very con A conscientious regard is paid to the improve arul comfort ofthe 1urtherparticulars may be obtained by applying to Fleet Street or at IllOX THE PRESENT MARCH FRIENDS of this Paper are respectfully that they can be accommodated with so small iiquantitv aa a ov a Chest of the Finest flavoured GENUINE from the above Sale at WILLIAM PEEKS Whole sale Tea Coleaian near the Uank of AND JOURNEYMAN with a good Cha and who understands all the three from the Country the more Enquire of Paradise WINES BY Fifteen to the Three Old 60s Cape Ma u Also Capital Old Jamaica Cogniac Rotterdam and British per Apply to Ti Wiglesworth and The abovementioned Wines are of the first and the Prices lower in than any other house1 in v In a few days will be A JOURNAL of a VISIT to SOUTH AFRICA in the Year with some Account of the Mis sionary Settlements of the United Brethren in that By the To be comprised in one Volume illustrated by Twelve or Fourteen coloured and a It is hoped that the Price will not exceed Two Published by Fleet WORKS by the late Printed for and sold by the Widow and JUVENILIA or Specimens of Jlie Early Efforts as a Preacher of the late CHARLES To which are Miscellaneous and an Obituary of his Edited by JOHN Price the MEMOIRS and REMAINS of the CHARLES BUCK containing copious Extracts from his and interesting Letters to his in terspersed with various explanatory and illustrative of his Character and By JOHN Price We concur with the in judging that the life of an eminently pious faithfully can never be out of date r the interest whkh it excites is neither local nor Recollections of a man as Charles Buck will be always most grateful to his and instructive to the especially to the rising Evangelical The value of this work is greatly by its being chiefl v composed of the honest and unadorned ac count furnished by the pious and intelligent subject of together with his meditations on a variety of import ant and a number of letters written 1y him on various A truly religious if capable of writing tolerable is ordinarily found best qualified for writing his own That to a consider able Buck executed in a manner which does credit to his sense and His numerous publica all of which are calculated to promote the progress true in addition to his ministerial pitove that he was a man of great and persevering dili 44 There is no class of works which afford us more rod pleasure to than the memoirs of truly pious and faithful Christian The name of the Charles Buck to be always pronounced with unmingled respect he possessed a very accurate acquaintance with experimental and emi nent imalifieationa for Few religious publi cations in the present have acquired a more exten and at the same time more deserved than Bucks Treatise on Religious and Ida Young Christians Eclectic by the Widow and Nottingham Place and all other This day is RY AND Sf ATIOXERS I IJIUTISH OFFICER a narrative of the character and death of with some of his written as from eternity by the of Memoirs of tha Princess by with a fine Cheap Edition of ibr a HEWAEW t f ILLIAMS and Gos fttereotyne Edition of WATTSS PSALMS and HYMNS having been ordered in is again working and will be ready for delivery in a tew da This May is in Price N INQU1JIY whether CIUME and MISERY are Produced or Prevented our present System of P1MSON illustrated by tinny of the Borough Tothill the Gaols at Albaiis and the Gaol at the Maison de Force at Philadelphia the Penitentiary at pnd Proceedings of the Ladies Committee at By THOMAS FOYVELL London Printed for John and Arthur Corn lull liuttenvorth and Fleet Street and John Tliis day is Price CONFESSION The Novice of v Clare and other Bv the Author of Pu rity of Dedicated Tribute of I hail no patron but my own fireside mi f Sirnpki Stationers Court Ludgate Of whorimay be the Third Edition of PUllITy of HEART the Ancient Costume a Addressed to the Author of Old Wife of Twenty This day is price N APOLOGY FOR THE in a Scries of Letters addressed to Thomas Author of a Book The Age of By Lord Bishop of A New to which is a Sketch of the and last Moments of London Published by Simpkin and Stationers Ludgate Street and James Gracechurch Of whom may be The BELIEVERS POCKE1 COMPANION are first Thoughts on Devotional and Additional Meditations By the IlOMAINEa MINOR containing the and Triumph of 2 half LONDON MARCH Bankruptciet New Great April Cool Van and Do Gruiter Circus Pea Lower coal iron plninber April New April Brodie and and Notting Biv nnd Apvil April aiid LONDON MARCH i liiieiiid Apnl Neat Hanover gardenerApril Rf April herimginei April Hmvden and Oo April printerApril merchant A prU Man a manufaoturersApril and Salters hall merchantsApril J broker April and and mer April Gebr4veeldR C April High LONDON CORN MARCH The supply of Wheat this morning from Essex and Kent was and there was a good sale for tne finer at the prices of this day settnighV Barley of the arrival Avns rather was freely taken off at an advance of full per JBeans and other articles we have no alteration to New Os OB Oti to 24 10a PRICK OF New Kent Sussex 24 Parnham X4 to 26 Os to 26 Os to 32 Straw and pcir Smitlijield Jamess 0 to 0 0 00 00 00 00 0to 6 0 I to 6 0 7 0 I 18 3 Mutton Pork Lamb 4 to5 4 60 668 000 4 to 4 4 4 0 4 5 0 0 0 4 8 6 4 6 Q 0 9 of unking the Average Prioe of Raw exclusive of RAW Best Heifers and I2t Qd to Od 6d Od to Market Calf Od Horse OsOcito 9s6ct Prisf of Leather per at to 23d to 56 to Backs Dressing Fine3oach Hides Crop 85 to 40 far Oalf SO to 40 Ditto 50 to f 0 Ditto70 to 80 Small Seals Large dittoper doaou Tanned Horse per Spanish Horse 4s Jamess Market Clare Whileehapel 4 per st of Price of 0 8s Ud Average Town Tallow 77s 6d Yellow Kussia Od White ditto 0 0 Soap ditto 0 Melting Stuff 63 0 Ditto Rough44 0 Good Dregs Yellow wf pec Iftb ;