Philanthropic Gazette, August 7, 1822

Philanthropic Gazette

August 07, 1822

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Issue date: Wednesday, August 7, 1822

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Philanthropic Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1822, London, Middlesex A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF AND MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE AUGUST PRICE Or wr BRITISH FOREIGN SEAMENS FRIEND AND liETHKL ON SUNDAY the lith of A SERMON will bo preached at the Bur dera Feller for the above By the of Service to begin at Halfpast And on the 14lh a Sermon will be preached at the Joseph Ivimeys by the Service at Halfpant Six The SAILORS for July and pub lished bv and for the Benefit of this contains facts which cannot but be interesting to the Religions of the Spirad of the Gospel among Seamen at Home and To be had of Simpkin and Stationers Lnd gato and all the A DISSENTING with a large Fa wishes to article a youth about and of a mild for six to a pious Schoolmaster of Iho same with whom literary and moral improvement would particularly attended He has nrade good progress in A Pre mium of Twenty Guineas only can bo post miy be addressed to Brixton or to NAISHa DIAMOND SEWING by a peculiar is ren dered remarkably and free Irom that iined of common Sewing Sold wholesale and retail by Inventor o the Improved Baby Linen Grace church anil retail at Pall The acknowledged excellence and extensive sale of this Cotton having induced other persons to imitate the manner of the Public are cautioned against spurious and respectfully that each ge nuine Ball is labelled Naishs containing an useful at and Irom the LONDON BANKRUPTCIES Lynoombe Coles atid late of Stelting to sur render at the vic at the Freeman and at the Piazzu wine at the Basinghall Amory and Throgmorton and merchants and spiritmerchants Crumble and woollunnranufac corn lit and and Wood si Ik linen Si King merchant gro Mileend From the LONDON BANKRUPTCY SUPKKS Albans wine to surrender at the Lamb Pick oring and Stuple at the George Ad and VVillium and at Iho Bridgewater Arms Uurd aud at the George and at the Bush Young and plumber and at the Angel at fhe at the Commercial Clarke and at the Court of Cardale and Grays at the Court of Commissioners Reynal aud DIVIDENDS omitted in our Southampton and Old En Lanca and and Corn Cooke farmer Prentioo and Blyth and and Whar Little Farnworlh am paper common LONDON Coiix A considerable quantity of Wheat remained over from last and we had a good supply fresh this morning from the counties of and Suffolk and the sales dull for fine samples at a decline of about per quarter since last Monday but there are no buyers for the inferior Fine fresh Barley obtained last weeks but there is very little demand for grinding and Pease were dull in at a decline of per We had a large sup ply of yet line samples sold at last weeks infe rior Corn was at a reduction of per Fine now Wheat fetched this morning per quarter for Old Wheat 46 a New Red Wheat 3i a New White ditto Rye Barley Malt Feed 16 a Poland 20 a Tick Beans 25 a New Pigeon Beans 27 a Boiling Peas 32 a Grey ditto 24 a per a Rape seed per 06 a 1 8 a 19 a 45 a GO 46 57 22 25 50 21 23 29 31 35 27 50 a Dantaio 46 a 52 BulticRed a Riga and Wismar38 a a Rye 20 a Barley Feed Oats Brew Pigeon Beans Boiling Peas Grey per per 18 a 16 a a ft a A a a 40 36 22 21 20 23 32 24 38 36 Importations last English Foreign Irish Wheat 10113 Barley 1063 Malt 1615 Oats 17334 1685 Bams 3534 Peas 1444 Average Price of Corn in England and 7d PRICE OF The cold nights last week were unkjndly to the Hop and the progress ofgrowth seemed at a in consequence of which the Duty declined from to It now becoming warmer hopes are entertained more favourable but much de pends on the next three weeks to realise present ex steady at the quotations to to per Old to to A particular sample higher or loweY Old Duty laid at PRICK OF highest Price of the best W beaten Bread throughout the is stated by the Bakers to be the Quartern Some Bakers tell tue Quartern Loaf from one penny to twopence RAW exclusive SM1THFIELD HAY CLOVER STRAW 8 to 3 4 3 0 4 0 3 6 4 per Load 3 8 8 8 8 3 to 15 to 14 to Head of 340 210 17 f 18 Price of Leather per at to 18 a 20 56 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aged July at Colon the John Hayes Perpetual Curate of and one of his Majestys Justice of the Peace for that July ici aged Wa aged after five years of one of the tulars till the Secretary to the Society for Be lief of Widows and Orphans of Medical Meu an office he only declined with the loss of mental when he found it sen sibly decaying Chamberlaine was an Irishman by and first cousin to the Right to talents as a scholar aud a wit be also bore practised as Surgeon Apothecary nearly 40 ;