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Blood marks his path to his untimely bier; Written while riewing the Waterfall of The plaints of orphans and the widow's

tear Pistyl Rhuidyr, in North Wales.

Cry to high Heaven for vengeance on bis Nature, all hail! enraptur'd I behold

head; : . !! The varied scene of river, rock, and hill,

Alive detested, and accurs'd when dead. The bounding cataract, the winding rill,

Not so the Patriot. CAIEF, who dar'd The gentle streamlet and the current bold;

withstandi 'And here I view them all :—The Tannat The base invader of his native land; pours

Who made her weal his noblest, only end, His rapid torrent down the blacken'd

Ruld but to serve her, fought but to derock; The wild-goat, fearless, hears the wa

Her voice in council, and in war her sword, L'ry shock,

Lov'd as her father, honour'd, and ador'd. And unmolested crops the mountain

Dear is the tie that links the anxious flowers.

sire And when the eagle from the cliff I scare, To the fond babes that prattle round the While slowly wending up the cragsy way,

Dear is the tie that prompts the grateful She wings her flight across the scat

youth ,

His sire's fond cares and drooping age to And soaring low'rds the sky, screams

sooth: shrill in air;

Dear is the brother, sister, husband, wife, Or startled from her dizzy place of rest, Dear all the charities of social life; Ilovers above the spot as loth to leave her Nor wants firm Friendship holy wreaths nest. J. H. R.

to bind

In mutual smypathy th' endearing mind: ON THE LOVE OF OUR COUNTRY.

Yet not the ties that dear affections move Extracted from a Poem by Mr. Batson, of To filial duty or parental love,

New College, Oxford ; which obtained the | Not all the ties that kindred bosoms bind, Chancellor's prize in that University: Not all in Friendship's holy wreaths enPoor is his triumph, and disgraced his

twin'd, name,

Are half so strong, so potent to controul Who draws his sword for empire, wealth,

The gen’rous workings of a Patriot's or fame.

soul, Tho' wealth be blown for him on ev'ry

As is that voice divine, which cancels all wind,

Those ties, and bids him for his COUNTRY Tho' Fame proclaims him mightiest of

fall : mankind,

At this high summons, with undaunted Tho' twice ten nations bend beneath his

zeal, blade,

He bares his breast, invites th' impending Virtue disowns him, and his honours fade.

steel; For him no prayers are pour’d, no pæans Smiles at the band that deals the fatal sung,

blow, No blessings chaunted from a nation's Nor heaves one sigh for all he leares

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121 LONDON MARKETS.

SUGAR, &e. per Cuta

CORN, &c. per Luartet.

COFFEE, Bonded.
Rclurn of Wheat from June 28.10 July 3.

Muscoyasle, fine 90 a

95 good

85 g 891 Dominica, Surinam, &c. TOTAL, 9,639 quarters.-- Average, 1155, 101d. per quarter, ordinary

84 Fine
80 &

Wheat. Barley, Oata, Beans.
75
85

Peas.
or 15.3. per quarter bigher than last return.

92 a 100 Good

& s East India, white

Julys
74

$
70
yellow

40 a 48
80 a 91 Ordinary 67 Oi! a 69 0
Newcastle 10 70 A 12644 å

90 al 10 Return of Flour from July 3 to 9.

brown 80 a 91 Triage 30

50

Northampton-
MOLASSES 449. 60.n -s. od.

Jamaica.

Canterbury
TOTAL, 16,277 sacks. - Average, 1098. 2 d. per sack, or

REFINED SUGAR, Fine
75

44 3 48180 a 80
lewes
85

17 1240 128
es. 1d. per sack bigher than last return.
Double Loaves

40 a 64 96 a
60
154 a

Chesterfield 10 96 a 122

a 74 Hambro'ditto 128 a 136 Ordinary

Ashborde jo 116a 129 59

40 a 50 88 al 12-a

40
Averuge of England and Wales, July 10. Powder ditto

130 Triage

Guildford
20
39

160 a $4 , 52 80 a 88a

17

Gainsboro' d Single ditto d

13 || 10a 114 38 a 65 28 a 40188 a 96 130 Mocha d

300

Louth 14 100a 105 38 a 45 30 a 3675 a 80
Wheat 115 11 Barley

130 Bourbou
57
Beans

8 Canary Lumps 8! 1 25 a 90 a 120

30 a 42 52 a 66 Rye

Huntingdon jo 99 a 115-375 8

85 6 Large ditto Oats

Pease
1
124 a St. Domingo 60 a 70

Newark
Bastards, whole

14 10a 120a - 40 a 50 80 a 88
85 a 88 Java

90 a 100

faces
CORN, SEEDS, &c.

Spilsby

12 100a 112/44 å 58 35 a 45 a 88 a

COCOA, Bonded.

94
middles
87 Trinidad and

Ryegate
Wheat wbite, s, is,
Tares,

15 104a 132/46 x 63 40 a 48 70 a 104

Devizes
per
S,
tips

85 Carraccas
84 a

90 2 100 per quarter

busbel 88 (140 10 Plantation

17 95 a 141151 a 55 43 a 5172 a 65

80 -red 84 134 Turnip 18 GINGER. Spices and PEPPER, per lb. Swansea 14

1218

56 a - 37 a
--foreiga 90 115

Mustard,
Jamaica, white 82 a 200 Nutinegs 18 0

0

Henley
44 60
brown 20 30 Barbadoes, ditto

80 Cloves
75 a

Maidenhead
10 0

6
Barley, English| 40 55

white 12 24

black

75 Cinnamo: 70 a

13 102a 124/30 a 62 32 1 50 80 a 116 10 6

Salisbury

6
Malt
70 95
Canary, per qr. 105 120

Mace
36)
Penrith

154 a

13 1028 42

-40 a --Oats Fred

40
Hempseed

Hull
50 50!

Pepp, white
RICE, Bonded.

5 3

0 - Friezland

Linseed 75 uu Carolina 24 & 26

2 C Basingstoke 14 120a 136 50 a 55 38 a 4976 a 80

black 2 5 a Poland 24 Clover, red, Brazil 28 Pimento

Waketield

2
Potatoe 42

Andover
84 105

Average price of Raw Sugar, exclusive of duty, oss. 04.
Beans, Pigeon 86 90
white 94133

Warminster 17 1104a 128144 a 04 40 a 48170 a 90
lirse

foreign,

Very considerable business has been done in raw sugars this i'ease, Boiling 90 112

red 72 1001

mouth, but at declining prices, In consequence of large or
-Grey 74 84

white
90140

ders from the Baltic for crashed sugars, the refined market SPIRITS, per Gallon (exclusive of duty).
Flour per sack 110

Trefoil

10 48

has been nearly cleared of goods, at an advance of 2s. per cwt. -Seconds 95 100

d
Carraway
74 82

d
-Scotch 90 | 98
Coriander

HOPS in the Borough.
33

Brandy, Cog. 9 2 9 6 Mol. Spirits,
American Flour-sa---s per barrelof 196lbs.

BAGS £s £ SIPOCKETS

£ Spanish

5

British 13 10 a 14
Rapeseed, per last
L38 a £42 a £44. Kent

9 9a13 13 Hollands Gin

o a o Kent

8 6 Irish

8 Dal1 Oil Cakes, per thousand, £15. 08. 10 *£ 16 os. Sussex

77 ajo 10 Sussex o a12 12 Ram, Jamaica 4

Scotch

6 a 69 9

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METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL FOR JUNE, 1818.

Conducted, at Munchester, by Tuomas HANSON, Esq.

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SE 2

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 119 20 21 22 23

NW1 30,20 30,14 30,179 73,0 51,9° 62,000
NE 2 | 30,20 30,10 30,150 | 73,0 54,0 63,50
E 3 30,38 30,20

30,290 65,0 54,0 59,50
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2 30,33 | 30,20 30,290 65,0 52,0 58,50 E 2 30,20 30,00 30,100 61,0 48,0 54,50 NE 2

30,00 29,80 29,909 36,0 47,0 51,50 E

2 | 29,88 29,80 29,84067,0 47,0 57,00

29,85 29,60 | 29,725 70,0 49,0 59,50 E 2 | 29,60 29,40 29,500 | 70,0 52,0 11,00 SE 2

29,65 29,40 29,325 72,0 55,0 63,50

29,75 29,65 29,700 77,0 55,0 16,00
SW 3 29,85 29,75 29,80071,0 58,0 61,50
W 3 30,05 | 29,85 29,950 | 73,0 50,0 61,50
SW 1
30,05 29,67 29,860 70,0

54,0 62,00
SW

29,88 29,67 29,775 64,0 53,0 59,50 W

2 30,07 | 29,88 29,975 | 63,0 45,0 158,00 Var. 2 30,12 30.07 30,095 59,0 46,0 52,50 N

230,30 30 12 30,210 60,0 41,0 59,50 NW 2 | 30,30 | 30 30 30,300 62,0

43,0 62,50
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30,38 39 38 30,380 62,0 47,0 54,00
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30,40 | 30,38 30,390 63,0

49,0 56,00
NW 139,48 30,40 30,440 62,0

52,0 57,00
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) 30,40 30,30 30,350) 66,0 44,0 55,00
30,48 30,40 30,440 62,0

52,0 57,00
SE 1 30,48 30,45 30,465 68,0

53,0 60,50 S 1 30,45 30,45 30,450 74,0)

49,0 61,00
SW 1

30,45 30,25 30,350 74,0 53,0 63,50
NE1
30,25 29,90 30,075 71,0

52,0 61,50
SE

1 29,90 29,64 29,770 70,0 51,0 60,50
29,64 | 29,45
29,545 65,0

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brilliant . 165
fine

110
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. 190 variable 155 variable .165

.230 rainy 100 rainy .000 .535 gloomy .050 rainy 075 930 rainy .079

.213 cloudy .071 brilliant .079 variable 096 brilliant

10 .160 gloomy .080 gloomy .065 gloomy .095 brilliant .136 brilliant .144 brilliant .150 brilliant 100 .045 variable .070 530

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RESULTS. Nean monthly pressnre, 30.060-maxinnın, 30.49, wind var. 1.—Minimum, 29.40, irind E 1.

-Rangc, 1,08 juch.
The greatest variation of pressure in 24 hours, is .40 of an in. which was on the 14th.
Mean temperature, 35•.75.--Maximum, 779, wind S. E. Q..Min. 419, wind N. 9-- Range 36.

The greatest variation of temperature in 24 hours is 36°, which was on the 26th.
Spaces described by the barometer, 4,95 inches. Number of changes, 19.

Total quantity of water evaporated, 3,285 inches.
Rain, &c, this month, 1,935 inch.-Number of wet days, 9.-Total rain this year,

13,605 inches.

WIND.
NE E SE S SIV W NW Variable, Calm.

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0 Brisk winds ? --Boisterous ones 0. The present period commeuced with very warm and brilliant weather ; the maximum tem. perature oceirrred on the uth, when the force of evaporation became very vigorous, for near two feioths of an inch was raised in twenty-four hours. This state soon changed to gloomy and cloudy; zod rain fell in frequent showers to the 18th.--On the 13th there were sudden and very heavy showers of rain; arcompanied with hail from the west ; the wind blew strong at the time. From the 18th to the 27th the weather was fine, with a high and settled state of the barometer; when the atmosphere gradually lost ncarly an inch of pressure. On the 30th vesy cupsous showers of rajo tell. Slean temperature four degrees higher thau. May.

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METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL FOR JUNE, 1813.

Conducted by Mr. J. Gibson, Laboratory, Stratford, Esser.

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15 16 17 18 19 20

30,09 30,04 30,065
30,04 29,98 30,010
30,90 | 30,04

30,120
30,20 30,00 30,100
30,00 | 29,88 29,940
29,88 | 29,80 99,840
99,85 29,80 29,825
29,60 29,67 29,735
29,65 99,60 29,625
29,90 29,65 29,775
29,90 29,87 29,885
30,07 29,57 99,970
30,08 30,07 30,075
30,07 29,79 29,925
29.98 | 29,78 29,880
30,04 | 29,98 30,010
30,09 | 30,04 30,065
30,15 80,09 30,120
30,16 30,15 30,155
30,20 30,16 30,180
30,24 30,20 30,220
30,26 30,24

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69,5 hne
60,0 cloudy
544,5 line
52,0 clouds
51,0 cloudy
50,5 line
59,5 line
66,0 showers
61,0 tine
64,0 fine
64,0 line
60,5 cloudy
59,5 cloudy
56,5 showers
53,5 clouds
52,0 showers
50,6 cloudy
47,0 clouds
51,9 cloudy
52,5 cloudy
49,5 cloads
59,0 fine
55,0 clondy
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RESULTS.— Prevailing winds, northerly. - Mean lieight of barometer, 20,019 inches; bigbest observation, 30,25 inches; lowest, 29,60 inches. Mean height of thermometer, 57,7** -highest observation, 95'--lowest, 37°: - Total of evaporation, 3,31 inch. lain 1,50 in. -in another gauge, 1,49 inch.

Note8.-3d. Thunder clouds in the N. W. in the afternoon.-gth. Clondy morning 2811). Frequent lightning in the morning with distant thunder and slight showers. -29th. A thunder storin to the westward about noon.-30th. Very rainy day.

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Prices of Fire-Office, Mine, Dock, Canal, Water-Works, Brezery, and

Public Institution Shares, &c. &c. for JULY, 1818. Albion Fire and Life Assurance £45 per sh. Coventry Caval

18DO Globe Ditto

103 ilo.
brunett and Avon Dietto

20

do. Eagle Ditto 22 Jos, do. dis. Ellesmere Ditto

66

do. London Dock Stock £101 per ct. Huddersfield Ditto

12 do. West India Ditto 145 da. Croydon Ditto

16

do Fast lodia Ditto 110 do. Erewash Ditto

i 800 do. East Londou Waterworks £63

Leeds and Liverpool Ditto 204 1 905 do, Grand Junction Ditto

37 los do.
Wilts and Berks Ditto

do Ktot Ditto 56 108. do. London Institution

do, West Middlesex Ditto

do.

Surry Ditto Grand Juoction Canal

13 Os do 2015 a 200 do. London Commission Sale-Rooms £41 do. Birmingham Ditto do. Covent-Garden Theatre

401), do, WOLFE & Co. 9, 'Change- Alley, Corohill,

FORTUNE & Co. 13, Cornbill.

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2. Harrison & J. C. Leigh, Printers, 373, Strand.

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