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THE

European Magazine,

For JULY 1799. [ Emhellished with, 1. An ELIDANT FRONTISPIECE, representing the New CHURCH of ST. JAMES, CLERKENWELL. And, 2. A PORTRAIT of GABRIEL SNODGRASS,}

CONTAINING,
Page

Page Account of Gabriel Snodgrass,

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feledt Pieces of Mufic, by J. C. Smith, The Wanderer, No. XY.

never tefore publified,

40 Description of the Disguise of Charles II. 6 Narrative of the Deportation to Cayenne Account of Kotzebue,

ibido of Barthelemy, Pichegru, Willor, Mar. Account of Lord Chief Justice Eyre, 7 bois, La Rue, Ramel, &c. &c. in Con. Observations on two extraordinary Com. sequence of the Revolution of the 18th

millions that issued in the Reign of Fructidor '(Sept. 4, 1797), &c. ibid. Edward IV, and also on the wretched Historical and Political Survey of the State of the Administration of the pub

Losses sustained by the French Nition lic Justice of the Kingdom át that in Population, Agriculture, Colonies, Period of the judicial History of Eng- Manufactures, and Commerce, in Conlands

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sequence of the Revolution, and the Coast Cruelty, by Jofeph Moser, Esq. 13 present War,

ibid. Accidents of Life,

17

Letters written from various parts of the The Moralizer, No. IV.

19 Continent between the Years, 1785 and Account of W. Reveley; the Architect, 21 1794, &c. &c.

40 Dreffiana, Numb. CXVHI. Anecdotes,&c. Poems, by Thomas Smith,

ibid. (Continued,]

23 Crambe repetita, a second Course of Bubble Account of Mungo Park and his Travels, and Squeak, &C.

ibid. Continued,]

25 Lindsay's Sermon on the Death of the 'LON DON REVIEW.

Rev. Joseph Towers, LL. D. &c. Hutchinson's Biographiä Medica; or, Theatrical Journal; including Fable and

Historical and Critical Memoirs of the Character of The Castle of Sorrento, a Lives and Writings of the most eminent Musical Entertainment, and Account Medical Characters that have exifted of two new Performers,

ibid. from the earliest Account of Time to Poetry'; including Edwin and Anna, a the present Period; with a Catalogue Poem, most respectfully addrefled 10 of their Literary Productions,

Mrs. Hoare, by Davey Sidolph, Efq. Vancouver's Voyage of Discovery to the -Ode to Fancy, written in Winter

North Pacific Ocean, and round che 1960, by John Scott, Esq.-On Miss World, &c. (Concluded,]

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Seward's Sonnets, published 1799.Inwood's Sermons ; in which are explained Epitaph in the Chapel Yard, Gosport

and enforced the Religious, Moral, and --Epigram by Sir James Lawrance, Political Virtues of Freemasonry. Knight of Malta -and Epigram on the Preached upon several Occasions, be- Southampton and Redbridge Canal, 44 fore the Provincial Grand Officers, and Particulars of the M./facre at Benares, 47 other Brethren, in the Counties of Journal of the Proceedings of the Third Kent and Effex, &c.

Seffion of the Eighteenth Parliament Hannah More's Strictures on the Modern of Great Britain,

49 System of Female Education, with a Foreign Intelligence, from the London Vitw of the Principles and Conduct Gazettes, &c. &c.

53 prevalent among Women of Rank and

Domestic Intelligence,

66 Fortune,

39 || Marriages Anecdotes of George Frederick Handel Monthly Obituary:

and John Cl.sistopher Smith. With Prices ot Stocks.

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Printed for J. SEWELL, Cornhill,

and J. :D EBRETT, Pissadilly, Vok, XXXVI. JÚLT 1999.

represents the Nuw Church of ST. JAMES, CLERKENWELL ; the first None of which was laid the 17th December 1788, and on a þrafs plate inclosed was the following inscription :

“ Glory to God in the highest, and on Earth peace, good will towards men. “ The first tone of this Church was laid on the 16th day of December 1788; when this plate was deposited therein by the Rev. William Sellon, Minister of this parish'; John Aris, John Howard, Church wardens; the Rev. Sir George Booth, bart. (and 63 other names) the acting Trustees appointed by Act of Parliament for building the New Church ; William Blackborow, Esq. Treasurer; Abraham Rhodes, Nicholas Lacy Fry, and William Cook, Vestry Clerks ; James Carr, Architect and Surveyor to the Trustees. This ed.fice stands on part of the site of the late Church of St. James, Clerkenwell, which was formerly part of the Priory, called Ecclefia Beatæ Mariæ de Fonte Clericorum, for Nuns of the Order of St. Benedict, founded in the year 1100 upon 14 acres of land given by Jordan Briffet to Robert his chaplain, to build a religious house upon. The Priory was suppressed 26 Henry VIII, and, after passing through various hands, the Church, by purchase, became vested, on the ad of June 1656, in Trustees for the use of the parishioners of the said parifh.”

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Epitaph on Mr. Jackson we cannot believe to be inscribed on his tomb-Itone. If it really is, we will insert it ; otherwise, we defire to be excused.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from June 15, to July 20, 1999.

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INLAND COUNTIES. Suffolk 67 3! oo 337 841 'I
Cambrid. 58 10 0 30

14311 Middlesex 73 '9132 036 3135 1146 5 Norfolk. 63. 2 40 032 olon 0.42 0 Surry

74 4,00 038 4136 646 0 Lincoln 61 11 422 35 632 544 Hertford

69 600 036 036 050 4 York 58 3 45 400 0 29 9 45 % Bedford 71' 1100 037 031 947 3 Durham

66 8 44: 200 031 4.00 Hunting. 77,4150 34 633 346 Northum. 644 40 037 131 10,00 Northam. 71236 0130 36 o Cumberl. 66 742 7 32 1025 10 Rutland 65 000 33 046 0 Westmor.. 71 21 52

0 37 , 026 Leicester 65 800 Ó 32 231 340 9 Lancalh. 64 500

1 26 442 Nottingh. 2'41

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247 II Somerset 70 700 ooo 028 440 Salop 63 3152

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68 11 00 030 422 6.00 Worcest. 67 2136 838 32

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