Philanthropic Gazette, March 20, 1822

Philanthropic Gazette

March 20, 1822

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Issue date: Wednesday, March 20, 1822

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Years available: 1817 - 1823

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Philanthropic Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1822, London, Middlesex And CHRISTIAN REPORTER A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF AND MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE I MARCH PRICE Or per ON SUNDAY March TWO SER MONS will he preached in the parish Church of for the Benefit of the Cornhill and Lime Street Wards Charity School that in the Morning by the GROWTH Viearof the United Parishes of Christ nnd Foster and Jojnt Jxsctnrer of before the Right Ho nourabjo the Lord Sheriff and Sheriff Sir Charles and George And that in the Ereniug by the ROWLAND Minister of Surrey Serrice to begin in the Morniug at and in the Erening at halfpast WESTMINSTER AUXILIARY HOME MISSIONARY ON March A PUBLIC MEET ING will be held in the Great at THE CROWN AND ANCHOR for ihe pnr irose of forming a Society for in aid of Tti E HOME MISSIONARY The Doors to be open at and the Chair taken at half past Six several Speakers are expected to A GENERAL MEETING of the FRIENDS of 1KKHND will be held at Great Qneen on the 25tb of at Two oClock for the purposn of taking into consi deration the propriety of forming an AUXILIARY SOCIETY in in aid of llio Society established in for promoting the Education of the Native through the medium of their own The and Right the Lord Bishop of GLOUCES one of the VicePatrons of the Parent is ex pected to take the Principal Officers of the Society in Grace the Archbishop Right Earl of Meatli Right Earl of Arran Right Karl of Rodrn Right Earl of Gosford Right and Very Dean of Armagli Right Viscount Lorton and Right the Bi shop of Durham and Right the Bi shop of Gluncester Right Lord Teignmouth Right Lord Oiicl Right Sir Sir Right Judge Duly Right Knight of John Leslie Right Knox Right Radeliff communications to bo addressed to Cockspur Provisional CITY OF LONDON GENERAL PENSION SOCIETY For Allowing Pensions to and their President the Right the Lono A QUARTERLY MEETING of the SUBSCRI BERS will he held at the City of London Bisliopvtgate on the 3rd day of April at 10 oclock for the purpose of electing by eight Male and four Female anil also to consider the propriety of encreasing the allowances to the per annum an Annual and Five Guineas a Life Subscriptions are re ceived by William liirchin the and Great Russell DANIEL March The Ballot will commence at 11 oclock ttt 3 oclock Persons subscribing at the Election nay vote and those subscribing more than per are entitled to an extra vote for every such The Anniversary Festival will be celebrated on the 1st of His Royal Highness the Duke of in theCI GREGORYS ACA salubriously situate on the Oxford eight miles from The Course of Instruction at this Establishment includes the ami Knglinh Plain and Ornamental Book by single and double with the Use of the and with strict at tention to the and the enjoyment of religious The Terms are either with or without No Charge made for Cheapside Stephens Cloth West Smithfield Barbican Bartlejft Holboro Plumbe Holhorn Mill Newman Ox font In a few days will be Price AN ADMONITORY EPISTLEto the AUTHOR of a TALE for the GRAVE and the AY in which that Work in exposed and By CHRISTOPHER Ill shavo him like a punishd dry No killing swine shad make a sweater Paulbhfed by Simpkin and Stationers lall London and sold by North ROMAN CATHQLIC In the and speedily will be Dedicated to VISCOUHT THE LETTERS of AMICUS PROTESTANS to WILLIAM o which is An Answer to its Vindicator demonstrating the inconsistency of a Protestant and the impolicy of a British in advocating the Roman Catholic O for that warning which he who saw 44 Th lu ard cry in heavn Printed for Simpkin and Stationers Hall Ludgate Pnblished by SrMIKIN and Stationers Hall Ludgate and sold by all Book and Music Price One DOXOXtOCrZJk A New and Complete COLLECTION of PSALM AND HYMN TUNES Those Tunes which have long since received Ihe general and are ustd in most Churches and Chapels of the United Tunes more recently introduced into Public and generally New composed on purpose for this or selected from the Woiks of the most end nent English Composers of Sacrrd Selected from the most celebrated Foreign Masters in the same as and adapted to English words The whole composed for Three or Four with an Ac companiment in small Notes for llio Orgdii or and equally adapted for Public Worshiper Private This Work will be completed in Twelve Monthly f jSVtm of which arc now every Number to con tain Two or more Tunes from each of the classes named adapted to llio words of Psalms and and to the Supplements of Col and Hip and with some The last Number to contain an Introductory Essay on Psal the Elements of Historical and Explanatory a NliW EDITION of PSALM and HYMN in One containing Two Hundred and Seventy and making Two Hundred and Forty of besides Thirty of Price neatly WANTS a as UPPER in a pious a young 26 years of who can have a good character from her last Direct post paid to Ford Wood Spa From the LOKDON MAUCH BAHKKUPTCY ropemanu Solici Williams and Lincolns lato of Adlington and Bedford eornand So Brad well near the Brook Hoi Red Lion Sweet and New Bond Smith and GrayV Inn Soli Bonrdillon and Bread West Norton and Grays merchant Grcgson aud Angel Hruuiltotj gad Berwickstreet Herbert and Mary wine Hodgson and Mll Synonds LONDON CORN MARCH Tbo supply of Wheat from and ut small this vet pnly fine samples could be sold at ast Mondays and all other descriptions were fine Malting Barley sold at rather bpt grind ing Barleys were a very dull Beans and Pease at much same terms aa last but tfao wai not The supply of Oats being fine fresh Corn fold readily at rather more money than last The demand for Cloverseed baa revived a little both Engliafi and were about per In Rapeseed and very little Old New Red Wheat New White ditto Boiling Peas Grey ditto Small Tick Beans Potatoe 46 34 36 23 17 45 28 20 19 14 per sack Rape seed per a 68 53 64 26 28 54 31 25 27 24 23 20 55 66 Baltic a bant Red j Barley Boiling Peas Grey Small Tick American 22 25 25 a 34 ft 23 56 a 549 IT O 38 Average Price of Corn in England and 46s March The Hop trade is steady with no variation in to lo to Ditto to r I Ditto to Ditto to j A particular ample higher or PRICE OF March During the last week oar market steady for Red awl White Clover at Mondays Trefoil and per This day the market wai bat not Red Vper J per A particular sample higher Or SMITHFIELD MARKETS 0 to 3 10 Beef 3 Mutton 3 0 Veal 4 0 Pork 2 8 Lamb 0 0 6 4 0 HAY CLOVER STRAW per Load Head of 2320 210 8 0 0 0 3 to Q 0 to IT 6 to 14 Hay Straw Clover 1 3 0 to 4 4 11 1 19 10 4 8 10 4 4 1 6 1 10 4050 COAL March Ships at 72Ships 46 3d to 6 6d to 04 Bank Stock India Stock Sea Stock 3 per 3 per per PRICE OF Mond Long Irish 5 India New 49 48p 5 lp 3 6p 5 6p 9j 9 102H 48 4 lp 5 2p 3 op 46 49P 5p 3 5p 5 104 6 3p 5 6p 7 5p 79J 80 55pd5 4p 5p 7 5p 4p 5 7p WILLIAM Stock Old Street ;