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milies, at their decenfe, in circum- equal quarterly payments; so that only fiances peculiarly pitiable," not“much one quarter could be loft, and this more is requisic than eliablithing a fair, quarter's proluce be applied to dilapiintelligible, and universal rule of eit dations; befilles which, every ineunmate, by reference to which, all par- bent, who has a nuntion and a chanries concerned may, at any time, enfily cel, noull pay regularly, at the archascertain the legal and die arnonat of deacon's vilitationi, 5 per cent. on the all pollible demands upon the account gross income of his respective livings of dilapidations." The annual amount or ecclefiaitical benefices, liable to diof dilapidations throughout England lapidurion; or, if he bave only a manand Wales, by deaths, rentovals, &c. fiun, s per cent.: thefe paymenis 10 may, at this ime, be reasonably cal make a dilapilatory fund, to be pirt culared at noi nuch les than 60,0001. out to interesi, ato per cent. ; one for chancels, rectorial-houses, vicar- half of the said mms to remain, and ages, prebendal-houses, deanries, col- their half-yearly interesi io accumulate, legiate mandions, and episcopal padince's, for the benefit of the final dilapidaa number of ecclefiaftical buildings, tion; the other half to be a difpoteable perhaps not much fhort of 400, the fund, for current expences in ann tad dilapidations of each of which will not repairs, and part of the occasional inbe averaged for much lets than 1001. tercp 10 detray the expences of maIt is not, therefore, the total amount, naging the fund;, the incumbent to nor even the great aggregate increafé draw once in three years on the fund, within these late Fears, which seems lo to defray the papences of repairs during objectionable, as the capricious mode that term, having certified them, and of levying it, by which the preffure is produced rouchers, at a previous vilitanot equitably distributed nor provided iion. The act, enabling incumbents for. An extraordinary (and, for the to borrow on morige ze for repairs of fake both of Humaniiy und Chritia partonage bounds, has been lide adopt. mily, we would hope unexample) cute ed." Many phictions to it are here of high demands is represived as oc- fatal, and a citirem meule propoled. curring, though noter place or per- Whatever beenme of the demand for fons are named. • A young man of dilapidations here expoted, certain it is fashion, of forume, and of apparent that there are luccellors to livings who refpectability bimieli, whatever luis ad- have bubased in a more liberal and vifèrs may be, has been collatce to a dilinterelice manner than is there ture living, on which he has lent in a de- gelitul. Nuch is it to be regrested that mand of 8001. for dil vicarions, on the inele cruel inconsentences lould Tiibelimate and authority on fir-feichied fiii: and that, indical of a builpailing architect, whose habits of suberion, to alles te them an 1 the evil of nona and whole taste or judgment about it refidence, the porter of checking the requifiye 17 a building, foron aviapied ladir, evil, iilowed, on all hands, to the unication of a pride and fplen- to be of the firii imporiadce to the indour more befitting the inufious of tereils of ini, ion, ihonld bare bien our efquires than our ministry, and, futjended from one lett val of parliaare still more adapted 10 ibeir finances ment to another. than to those of a cleruman or his wilow. In the above inliance ile wi- 99. in Appeal 10 Experience and Common dow has barely Col. per anmm; oh Serle, hy a Comparijova obe present with her furveyor's cluimuie, nearly ovl.

fermer l'orients. less than the former eiimale, bas tun THE tendency of this ulofil pammade, but not acceptad. Hiermund phlet is, to thew idith the despondency died about a fortnight before hurrelt, of this country, alls ery lere in and the fuccefor look almofi the whole this centrs, was as ill found us at jucome of the preceding year, baving preint. Trontolat: es ve Sitsing culion at his back, wiihout any copia Fan!, eliabwibed izti, ispotei vnt; ing, laborious daty done, or service “and, though the iilu: os this lai var performeri

, even of the most fpecious has silappareil, the boys thei were inerit. Thus the family lose, by dild- entertained at the coram cement of it 5 pidation and tithes, not much less than nuiic can dor; vil, what is attributed

1100l. It is propoled that the tithes to witconduer, which was occafioned and church dues of every deteription by i concurrence of crepis not wihin flotild be confidered as payable in human wisdom to forelve, it would be


but fair to take into the account, that, Besides 6.17,980,133. 10s. 5d. * transunfortunate as it has been in some ferred to the Commillioners for reduce respects, its consequences are more feri- tion of national debt, on account of ouily felt in every part of the Conti land-lax redeemed, and £.56,455,000 nent ihan in our Illand; and that, in charged on income-lax t. addition to the brilliant victories which The delays to the completion of the have raised our navy to an inaccellible peace on the part of France (thongh fuperiority, we have poflefled and al- now renewed) were fufpended after this ways exerted the means of preserving "Appeal” was publisheri. “Upon every the integrity of our laws and coaliitu- coulideration,"conclurles its author,“we tion, and gone on in a progrellive in- see no ground to doubt that our profcrease of our national wealih, indufiry, perity as a great and independent nation and commerce.” (p. 27.)

will be continued by a wise, vigorous, That our Commerce will not be hurt and honourable use of the means which by any rivalry of France, the treaty have created it.” (p. 50.) negotiated wiih that country in 1787, which, though opposed by our Cham- 100. A Letter add fod ro obe H nourable ber of Manufactures, is a lufficient Charles James Fox, in consequence of a proof that, in spite of French probi- Publication, intituled, " A Sketch of the bitions, we shall always fupply what Character of rbe M» Noble Francis Duke of France has not, and we can fupply

B-fud." while our articles have a preference in

THE object of this letter, universally quality and price. Our Agriculture ascribed to Mr. Bowles, is to thew, will advance in peace; and the union that the violation of morality and nega of Ireland is a measure which may be lect of religion stand in the way of contemplated with fatisfaction by every pronouncing the character fo perfét as real lover of his country: it is of får represented in his friend's panegyric. more value than all the pofleflions ive

Oiher Reviewers may hold their own have ceded by the peace. The add- opinions hereon. We cannot but con. tion of upwards of four millions of cur with the letter-writer. subjects, united in one common intereli by common laws, will everv vear

101. Sulfance of the Speecb of the Right add trength and security to the empire,

Honourable Sir William Scott, delivered in

the Houje of Commons Wednesutay, April 7, and tile:tly pave the way for the dif

1803, upin a Motion for Leave 19 bring in perlion of thole prejudices, which have

a Bill relative to tbe R fi.dence of tbe Clercy, obftrudied the cordial co-operation of

and other Affairs of the Churcb. the filter kingdom. The population of WHATEVER was proposed by this the United Kingdom has been found bill for the inforcement of clergy relito be little short of 16,000,000 *.

dence, and the reformation of the estaThe dearness of proviñons is stated blishment, it underwent fo many monot to arise from greater consumption, ditications in the committee, and was but from the alteration of the mode of threatened with lo decided an oppofie Jiving, and the depreciation of money. tion froin some who had prepared an Amount of the old

entirely different bill, that it was dira debt liquidated to £.39,885,308 milled for the lade veai's feffion, and Feb. I, 1802 . .

the fufpenfion of Qui Tam's powers, Ditro of new debt ditto .

20,490,003 for a time continued. Total existing Feb. 1, 1802, 60,375,30

102. Thughts on the filerce o! Ibe Clergy, * In the reign of El zahe:h, 1588, Enga

and on the Provifion of the Statute of Henry Jind and Wales collined five millions.

VII. c. 13.

By John Sturges, LL.D. The computation in 1688 was the same.

Cbancellor of the Dio-eje of wingefter. In 176o, the population was estimated at

AFTER what we observed of this 7,200,000. In 1802, it was found mpou survey 10,500,000. Ahor: 1760, we pro.

3 per

L bahly exported the food for 500,000 people

in jih 5, 1803 annually; and, lappoong our present aus.

3 per cent. Reduced nu ! deficiency in average reasons is equal

7,811,61 174

to Mar. 18, 1302 S to the food of 500.000 persons (which is not far from the lun), there still rem ins

£.17,990 133 10 15 an increased population of at least 1,300,000 † This amounts aloger106.134.820,444 fouls, fed by the increased production of 105. 5 d. to be taken from a dent of up. our own internal agricoleurr." (p. 34.) wards of goo millions. Edit. Gent. MAG June, 1ê03.


pamplet pamphlet in our review of the Answer a luccellion of splendid and important to it, p. 341, and the bill above-men- victories by sea and land ; but, above tioned having been at the time dismiflerl, all, the visible interposition of that it is unnecessary to say any inore on the Providence which has showered upon subject at present.

our heads such accumulated bleflings;

there are subjecis of triumph which 103. A Sermon preacbed in tbe Parish Churcb demand of us as a nation and as indi.

of St. Laurence, Jury, before the Right viduats every effort of gratitude and Huncurable ebe Lord Noyor, & Sunday, renovated duty." The Bishop proceeds June jo, 1802, bring ibe day appointed for to obferve, that “ A reflecting mind, acminiftering tbe Holy Communion to ibe

that looks to the origin of the misforMembers of obe Corporation. By the Rev.

tunes which have desolated Europe, John Hutchins, M. A. Cbaplain 10 bis

must ardenily wish, that means might Lordfeip. BRIEFLY inculcares the duty and

be found 10 provide against the eaules

of such ditaliers." There causes he obligation of the Holy Cominunion states to be, the corruptions of Christifrom Luke xxii. 19.

anity by Popery, the decay of spiritual

religion, and the weakness of the reli104. The Utility of Country Banks considered. ARGUMENTS in their favour con

gious principle, which in other and

more fcriptural language is termed firmed in many respects by Mr. Thorn

want of faith, acting as a principle of ion in his Elay “ on Paper Currency," though differing from him on joue good works, acquieicence in the cut

toms of others well reputed in the topics.

world. Thele are impediments which 105. A Charge delivered to ibe Clergy of the neis is bighis unfuitable to ihe minif

concern the people. Worldly-mindedDiocese of Durham, at the ordinary l'ifia

teriał charačier. The preacher who tion of ibat Diocese in July 1801. By

would make a proper impreffion on the Slate Bishop of Durham.

hearts of bis hearers must be deeply THE Bishop introduces this folemn

inprelied himself with the truth and address by a tiriking picture of our own

importance of the doctrines which he country at the opening of the prefent

preaches; fixed in his religious opicentury: " V'e fand," lays he, “

vious, founded on clear and definite an eminence which gives us a nar "prospect of an ocean apparently lublin principles; and zealous in the dite

charge of his duty. ding into a calmı, but covered with

The period of time to which we wrecks, and fill agitated by the tempest that has filled it with the spoil of vourable for uniting the piely and zeal

are aprired appears to be highly fanations *. When we consider that the of all tincere Chriftians in the fupport: awful power which rode on the whirl and dittution of our holy religion. wind and directed the furun' has not only defended us from the calamitous faults, has been greatly benefited by

Christianity', afier the most violent af. effects of much complicated ruin, but lias diltingul ei us by other eminent affaults have extorted. The political

the evidences of its truth which thole marks of favour, what a multitude of mixed cuntions of triumph, gratiunde, France, while it has Mewn the false

experiment which has been made in hope, and pious refolutioni

, crowd upon neis of those principles which were the mind ! A national eliabliment ditleminated for the subversion of estaof Chriftianity, uincumbereid by the

blished corruptions of Popery, and unendan: the ineltimable value of religion by its

governments, has allo evinced gered by the leaven of Republican dilcordance; a king who holds himself temporary loss in the wide range of bound by principle and conscience to necesary to attack the very vitals of

anarchy and desolation. For it was maintain it, and whose virtues have Chrilianity ; it was necessary to embeen the palladium of our interval plov the whole artillery of Atheiím peace and tecurity ; a fyflem of laws, and Deilin, and all the dreadful com: which, while they give liberty and pro- bustibles of irreligion, 10 give full tcclion to the poorest fubjects, attord no invidious inimunities to the richest; againfi the established governments of

effect to the long-prepared conspiracy * Suavo, mari nuagno turbatitibus aura Europe. The enemies of Religion

knew the insportance of Chriftianiry 10 E teriâ mag:ium alterius fpeclare laboien. fociety, ús tlie supporter of civil oriler,




law, peace, and domestic virtue. It And scorns weak imitation. These are toils, was an object, therefore, of their open

The free indeed and the spontaneous Coi's, hostility and secret treachery. With Which nurture Gemus, and which conititute the power of religion sunk ihe fabric His finelt ple Sures. of civil order. But anarchy has apparently done its bloody work ; order is 107. An Examination of be Serialures of the in a great degree restored ; and religion,

Critical Review on the Irunflarion of juve.

nal. By W. Giftirl, Ejg. (See vol. we inay hope, begins 10 resume its influence in the world. While then

LXXII. PP. 839, 993) the relults of this tremendous experi

Our Breihren of the Quill have ment are most fenfibly felt, let' the drawn an old houle over their lieads friends of religion feize the favourable and the Britih Juvenal has given then opportunity of diffuting and enforcing,

a Rowland for their Oliver: but, hy their example and intruction, the

Non nefiram cjt bantas componere lites. principles of vitaland spiritual religion.”

108. Useful Hints to those who are affiliated 206. Infancy, or the Varagement of Children :

w th Repures ; on ebe Nurure, Cure, and a Didactic Pem, in Six Boks The Sixth

Crefequences of ibe Difere; and un ibe ente Edition. To which are atteit, Poems nit

pirical Practices of th: present Day. By beforc publ.foed. BvHuglinowania, V.D.

T. Sh-lurake, Trusi-maker 10 tbe West

minder Hospital THE union of Poetry and Medicine has been long coppicuous; and the

EVERY "attempt," from a man of voiaries of Apollo, in his medical ca

reparation,.“10.cfiablith rational prinpacity, have been often rewarded by ciples of treating a difeale, that has been his choicest inspirations.

We need

too much abandoned to the practice of scarcely recall the Theriaca of Mean- Quackery," muli necessarily prove acder, the Tabacologia, the Siphilis of captable and the title of the present Fracastorius, and other didactic poems

work fufficiently explains its purport. of authors of an early age; vor come excellent medical jnrecepis in verse, in

LITERARY INTELLIGENCE. our own time, by Dr. Arinstrong avd

Mr. H. Ruff, of Cheltenhain, has others. The present work merits a arranged materials for a Hiliory of that very considerable distinction in this place, which he intends to publin, by class ; but we need not enlarge on it; inbfcription, under the paironage of as the publick have already decidest in the Marquis of Worcelier. It will its favour, by calling for numerous

confilt of a pleasant yet accurate selecluccellive imprellions. The prefent tion of the most important and enteredition does not greatly differ from the laining fubjects relating to the hiliory last edition ; but that was greatly im- of that celebrated fpot. prored in many respects. Indeed we Mr. Painter, of Wrexham, allied Imight have wholly omitted noticing it, by Mr. Yorke, of Ertbig, and the but for some additional poems, which Rev. W. Davies, of Meiro, will pubare truly spirited and poetical.

lih, in the course of this year, the We thall select a pallage which apa . Twenty Tribes of Wales, with the pears to us particularly happy, and will

arms of the tribes at the head of each. give an adequate specimen of the poetry hamn, author of a Continuation of Wil

The Rev. Mr. Edwards, of Wrex. now first published.

lis's Survey of St. Afaph, is preparing From the Poem on GENIUS.

to publish a Continuation of Willis's

Observe Where youthful rapture, gazes on the page present time, with the addition of the

Survey of Bangor, from 1721 to the Of fairy Poery ; seizing the pell, He tries, le fils; again, 3.ain he tries,

names of the vicars-choral, and the inte As often fils; yel eagerly pursues

cumbents of the different parishes in His daring plan, to equal, lo surpass

the diocese, from the earliest dates, His favourite prototypes, and r und is brow with memoirs of some of them. Twinc laurel wreaths. He darts his curious eye

INDEX INDICATORIUS. O'er Nolwie's fce, examines, and compares In the account of Swan cimhe Church, The copy with the orginal; acques p. 401, for " Mr. Oliver Bradley," read Himelf ideas new; anitracts, combios,

« Th- Rev. Mr. Oliver, rector, and Mr. Altimulates, and modifies them all

Bradley, curate. A thou and different ways; a tyle, a grace,

INDAGATOR WINTONIENSIS in ourn xt. A mauner of his own at length be boasts, H. N.'s alY GROMETER fhall lor apo iro



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Nec poftri lic quicqum arbitrii ct, immo For His MAJESTY'S PIRTHDAY, 1803.


qunque landis By HENKY JAMES Pre, Esq. P. L. Jira dat, & ceriam fignat Eliza viam, RITAIN, las! has wood 1 vain,

Nulla eienim roftra eft, prub sancium no. Reluetot Peace, thy pl.cic charins;

men Eliza! Con pell'', she treads once more thenian- Quæ non imperiis paveit hora fois, guin'd plein,

(for arms. Tu, Mulae aiebus taceant aliquando severz, Where Fame, where Freedom call aloud Atque suas habeat festa Thalia vices;

Yet he awhile the battle's found Dummodo nec penitus ftudiis ea diffona In roles of furtive triumph drown'd:

veftris, Weiher the fieins of Discord fly Nec laude, aut fructu hit caritura sco. Porlentous through the hery sky, Ipla ea simplenis ol m quam Roma theatris Or, bound in Fale's coercive chain, Mirata cit, fimplex,docta,venutta, decens.

Howl'mid th'iofernal leals in vain; Et vetet læc quisquam ? & quæ tu, que On this aufpicious day The Muse,

prima dedifti Jocond, with graceful voice, dier wonted Ifta vetel pueris jura manere tuis? theme pursues.

Nequicquam-Haud quavis temere, hæc Amid the boaft of tyrant pride,

antiqua columna The pomp of fale, the arm'u array, Perftans mole fuâ, concutienda pede eft. Çan all the mouth of flav'ry bide

Si liber, accipiat ylignas, atque omnia contra That Blaves unwilling hom.sgo pay?

Turis counixus virihu , hollis agat, Nu, force can fhield Ambilion's head

Al meminit credo quam nuper turpia paflus From noontide care, from midnight

El quo mulctalus vulnere, terge dedit. dreat!,

Chare piter*, tua vis animi, tus vivida When the fill monitor within

virtus, Searches th' abode of blood and Gon: Dextranjac in has pugnas sufhcit una tua; While he who rules w t'i virtuous sway, Almune, fera lice!, ian Jem tibi jutta laborum Wham freemen glory lo ubey,

Prænii, cumque vovo es munere parta Sces ev'ry breast the bulwark of a throne,

ques. His people's lureit guard, its fac: ed nghis

Et tu macte esto, fed nec ubi cura toorom their own.

Nec quamvis alio nomine, ceffet amor.

Ova jam læ!us carpas; longuíque futui ze Then let the Muse, with duteous hand, Strike thie bold lyre's response ftrings, Nec no, Siena tibi quoties le pandit,

Decurls virze sit, placiduque (enor. W lule ev'i y tongue drough Albion's lund

alu unos
Joins in the lymn of praile ile songs;
And Labour, frogribe fur w'u plain,

Degeneres videas, immemoresve lui.
And Commerce, from the hillou y main,
With voice symphonious bid arise


TTH thee, divine Mathesis, let me That pureit incense to the skies,

live! Above the proudeft wreath of fame, which ever grac't the victor's name,

Effufive source of evidence and truth! A nation's votive breath by truth confign'd

A luftre spreading o'er the mind of man,

Nobler than that whole mild vibratioos To vleis 3 Putriot King--the friend of bile

southe man kiad.

The parted foul, when from the body freed, Mr. URBAM Haflings, June 3.

Her corporal prison, in celestial Jay

Shelles ill-triomphant, all-inspir’d,
S your valuable Milcellony is the

All-glorious, to her new fupreme abode. recepacle of every thing curious,

So t'iou, divine Mathefis, foart at high pe mit me to request the intention of the tullowing ler fe and clfrical lmes, ipoken 'Tis thou that born of Heaven, and angel

Above the mass of earthly low desires ! al the lait Westminster Play. The whole of this performance is indeed


(reigns worthy of the seminary from whence it Tiscu'd in eternal slay, with Nature round;

Gainest the heights of Science where ibe sprung; but the ten concluding Tres are

And in the larry regions, or th'abris, pccularly elegant, and must have proved

Tu Ressous and to Fancy's eyes difplers highly gr lifring to the cekings of the Dean.

The chain of cavies, from the dreary verid OLIM WESTMN ASTENIENSIS.

Of firit Cicanon, up to Him wisuse vast PROLOGUS IN ANDALA V, 18.2. + Olent ip'rit alone pollesses that NIL pælar folium afer mus, valera Life mollal helg, woicho preierves and made otvia, & uru

The whole olgnificence of Heaven and Cognita, Perlinge, Fibula, Scena vetus;

Aroceealem vobis omni teleurstel ecobii Tuto'd hy thee, Mathelis, let me live!

Cicropios jeral Mulis Lucina fales.
Acc pile liac zquò anim's cuinin ipsa * The Dean of Wettminfter, formerly

[haret. Head Multir. Non mesum, ut defint cæca, laudis Milcou's , dise Loft.



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