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DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS, FROM JANUARY 26, 1815, TO FEBRUARY 23, Days.

India

Long
Bank 13per Ct 3 pcrCt. 4 per Cc. 5 per Cent 5 per Ct

Irish 13 per Ct Imp. Omnium.
Stock
1815.
Redu. Consols, Consols. Navy. 1797.

Stock,

Anns. 5 per Cu Imp. Anns.
Jan. 26 258
65 405

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654

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dis. 193
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dis. 1921

12 3 259$ 8;}65 405 65.823

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132 dis.. 6 259 2583 65 43 65 43823

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All Exchequer Bills dated in the Months of January and February, 1814, TO BE PAID OIF for exchanged for New

and including Saturday, February 18. N. B. The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally

All Exchequer Bills dated prior to January, 1814, have been advertised to be paid off, an published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Commitlee of the Stock Exchange, by

JAMES YETENHALL, Stock-Broker, No.7, (

On application to whom, the orig

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Table containing the prices of Bullion and Courses of Exchange, from January 27, to February 21, 1815, shewing the Intrin.
sic Value of Bullion in Great Britain, and the Intrinsic Pars of Exchange, according to the Mint Regulations for the Value of
Gold and Silver at the respective Places ; shewing also the extreme High Price of Bullion, and extreme Courses of Exchange,
occasioned by the extended Commercial Proscription that prevailed throughout Europe in the Years 1011, 1012, and 1813.

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Hamburg bills at sight or on demand, per Pound Sterling
Do. at two and a half or three months date, do.
Paris, at sight or on demand,

do.
Do. at two to three months date

do. Amsterdam, at sight or on demand,

do. Do. at two to three month date

do. Rotterdam,

do. Leghorn, Pence Sterling per Pezza, or Current Dollar Genoa, do.

do.

do.
Venice, Livre per Pound Sterling
Naples, Pence Sterling per Ducat
Cadiz, do. per Piastre or Current Dollar
Lisbon, do, per Milrea
Dublin, per cent. discount
Cork,

do.

885,

89s,
111s.
86s.
86s. 6d.

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84d.
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131 101 17 15 22 10/22 1022

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3022 3022 3022 3022 20122 29 8 33 1033 8/33 8 33 8 33 8 33

833

833 81
30

2/34
34

34 134 34 30 9 10 1010 910

910 10/10 10/10 9 10 16 53 53 53 53 53

53
54 491 493
493 1493

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23 20/23 2023 4023

4023 4023 4023 40/23 40
45 45 45 45

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40 40 40 40 140 40 40 393 773 078 67 167 67 167 67 67 67 7 7

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DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS, FROM JANUARY 26, 1915, TO FEBRUARY 23, Days.

India

Long
Bank 13per Ct 3 pcrCt. 4 per Ct.35 per Cent 5 per Ci

Irish j3 per Ct Imp. Omnium.

Stock.
Stock.
1915.
Redu. Consols Consols. Navy.

Anns.

1797. Anns. 5 per Cu Imp. Jan. 26 258 65 $65

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31 11 dis. 19141005 27 258 25705 65 823

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dis.
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N. B. The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally
published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by

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( 196 ) METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

From January 23, to February 23, 1815. Kept by C. BLUNT, Philosophical Instrument-maker, 38, Tavistock-st. Covent Garden.

Barometrical Pressure.

Temperature

Moon. Day

Wind. Max, Min. Mea. Max Min. Mean.

24.66
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Jan, 20 NE

27) SW 28 SW 29 sw 302 sw

31 SW
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2 N
3 S
4 S
5 SW
6 W
7 W
8 W
9 SE
10

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12
13 W
14 W
15 NW
16 W
17) NW
18 SW
19

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20 W
21 SW
22 W

29.80 29.52 29 73 31
29 28'96 28 98 33
29'04 292 29'033 44
29'2
29 2

29'2 40
29:34 29 30 29'317 41
29 42 29'34 29 386 42
294 29 40 29-42

45
29.60 | 20:52 29:56 43
29'60 29.56 29 586 49
29-61 29:48 29 532 57
29.61 29 61 29'61 52
29-632960 29616 48
29872 29:59 29'652 50
2997030 55 29'612 50
297929'66 2974645
29.63 | 29:57 29.607 48
29:50 29'37 129'432 50
29.40 | 29.40 29:40 50
29.60 29:50 29 533 50
29:52 | 29'48 29'44
29 6929.68 29.685 52
29:56 29:54 29.545 52
29.9 29°57 29*757 52
30.26 29.68 29883 50
29.30 29 30 29'30 51
29.7829.64 29705 55
30'04 | 29.83 29'957 55
30:16 30:16 30.156 55

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21
33
34
35
36
37
35
38
37
38
36
38
38
36
40
38
40
36
38
42
36
35
39
44
43
47
47

4333
41
43.33
45.66

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Rain
Rain
Fair
Fair
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Rain
Cloudy
Rain
Rain
Fair
Rain
Rain
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Rain
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Rain
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Rain. Wind
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Cloudy. Pair

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46
44
45
46:33
49.66
51.66
51.66

RESULTS OF THE MONTH.

Mean barometrical pressure
Maximum, 30.26
Minimum, 28.96

29.5482 | Mean temperature wind at S.W. Maximum, 57 wind at S.W. Minimum, 20

4109487 wind at S. wind at N.E.

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29.274

33.386 From the last quarter on the ist, to the / new moon on the 9th

29.573

41.46 From the new moon on the oth, to the

29.554 first quarter on the 17th

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THE

NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

No. 15.)

APRIL 1, 1815.

[Vol. III.

MONTILY MAGAZINES have opened a way for every kind of inquiry and intormation. The intelligence and discussion contained in them are very extensive and various; and they have been the means of diffusing a general habit of reading through the nation, which in a certain degree hath enlarged the public understanding. Heke, too, are preserved a multitude of useful hints, observations, and facts, which other wise might have never appeared...Dr. Kippis.

Every Art is improved by the emulation of Competitors.--Dr. Johnson.

ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.

ANECDOTES ILLUSTRATIVE OF THÈ Csa- posed to enlarge the Place du Carroussel RACTER OF NAPOI EON BUONAPARTE. by demolishing some streets and a con

(NOTWITHSTANDING the inultiplicity siderable number of bouses. It was; of works which have been published during however, represented to him, that the the last twelve months, for the purpose of purch-se of those bouses, which were let delineating to the world the character of te at very biglı rents, and for which it would most execrable tyrant that modern times be necessary to indemnify the tenants have produced, we are of opinion that the according to this standard, would res following paper will be found to contain both quire a more considerable sum than the novel and interesting information. It is the coffers of the state could then afford. production of an intelligent foreigner, who He replied, that he had no such intenresided at Paris from 1800 to 1810, and was tion; as he thought these old houses, written shortly before the great catastrophe many of which were, besides, in very bad which delivered France and Europe from this condicion, might be estimated at their intolerable scourge.)

real va'ue and even below it, and pure I have passed ten years of my life at chased at this rate of their owners. He Paris. On my first arrival in that city, was assured that such a priceeding would at the commencement of the year 1800, render the government un popular, and I beheld in the man who soon afterwards that, moreover, it was nui compatible contrived to secure his election to the with a free republic. He seemed upon consulship for life, what every intelligent this to relinquish the idea, but his mind person considered him,-a hero, a wise was still secretly engaged in devising the and bold director of the important af- means of carrying his unjust scheme into fairs of an extensive empire. He lived execution. The second and very imat that time quite on the footing of a ci- portant object which he had in view, was tizen in the full signification of the term. to obtain a pretext for crushing a number Josephine strove to distinguish herself of families, whom he knew to be apprized from all those who surrounded her by of his real character, and to have it in affability, urbanity, and amiable mat- their power to obstruct his plans. In ners alone. She was found with her husé maturing his infernal project, it struck band in all the houses of fashion, and I him that such an event would afford full may venture 10 assert, that her presence scope for arrests, confiscation of property served only to heighten the pleasure of and transportation. A third motive was, the company. By an imperceptibly in- to incense the people against the English, creasing assumption of consequence, and as the alledged authors of the plot; and an insensible enlargement of the sphere fourth and probably not the least powó of her pretensions, she at length attained, erful ras, that in consequence of his apa and Napoleon, through her, to that de- parently miraculous escape, he might be gree of etiquette, which they did not eso furnished with an opportunity of trumtablish till a later period, because at first peting himself abroad, as a favourite of it would have kept the people at too heaven and of fortune, and as the chosen great a distance,

instrument of divine providence for rege The affair in the Rue St. Nicaise (the toring the prosperity of France. explosion of the infernal machine) was a Thus was this atrocious plan gradually plan formed by Buonaparte, and by ripened in bis black soul. The carriages means of which he accomplished several with gun-powder were provided aud objects at once : of these I shall touch placed by secret agents. The Rue St. only upon the most important.

Nicaise, which is near the Thuileries, He had, several months before, pro. leads to the Opera-house; the chariot of Now MONTHLY MAG-No. 15.

Vol. III.

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