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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending March 20, 1802. [287
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans. ds. d. s. ds. d. s. d.

s. d. s. d. s. d. s. ds. d. def. 82 1143 5 42 5 24 939 4

Eflex 84 0139 039 2 24 4 34 O 83 4.42 041 8 24 8116 Rent

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Durham 73 700 040
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Cumberl. 85 15 738 521 50 p 77 01:3 4:43 10 22 11 44 5

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Carmart. 64 800

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Glamorg. 69 1000 036 Average of England and Wales, per quarter.

Gloucest. 73 300 038 1120 1136

Somerset 63 7100 037 116 034 74 046 6138 3120 6137 10

Monm. 68 100
Devon
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031 9.16 540 Average of Scotland, per quarter, Cornwall 83 700

0,29 216

2100 66 7132 0132 1,19 10132 Dorfet 67 1100 C34 1025 11 +6

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0.48 7 AVERAGE PRICFS, by which Exportation and Bounty are to be regulated. Wheart Rye Barley Oats | Beans: Whe: Rye Barley Oats Beans. ds. d.ls d. Districts

d. s. d. s. d. 81 943 642 S21 31 I 9 65 845 632 10 14 9 37 10

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FRICES OF FLOUR, Mar. 29.
555. to 6os.! Miilding

ocs. (0 cos. Horse Pollard 245. Oil. 10 os.
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Bran

125. 6d. to pos. Sos. 10 55. Fine Foilard

cos. to cos. Common ditto 175. to 185
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoiruup.is, 385. 11d.

PRICE OF HOPS.
41. ros. to Si. 163. Suflex Pockets 41. tos. to sl. ros.

5. 55.
Ditto Bugs

41. 45. to 4. 13s.
sl. Oj. to il. co.
Ellex BiEs

41. oos. to 4! 105. PRICE OF HAY AND SIRAW, Mar. 27. Whitechapel - Hay

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1802, 1s 375. 51 Į per cwt. exclusive of the dury of Customs paid or payable thereon
on the importation thereof into Greai-Britain.
SMITHFIELD, Mar. 29. To mk the offaloper stone of blh.
53. ol. to 6s. od.
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6s, oj, to 7%.
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Beasts, about 2000. Sheep and Lambs ocoo:
TAILOW, Mar. 22, per fone ol 81b. 45. id.
Newcastle 425. o!, to Os. ol.

Sunderland, oos. od. to oos. od.
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THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,

For A P R I L, 1802.

Mr. URBAN, April 14. called his fon's name which Hagar

**ENSOR has animad bare Tfhinael." Afterwards we

*verted very austerely read that Ifhmael was by heavenly
с (Vol.LXXI. p.1181) mandate expelled from his father's

on the parallel drawn house anal country, for bad boha-'
by me (1068) bp- viour; but that his mother was con-

tween the Giplies and foled for their disgrace by a promise the Jews; but, had I communi- from the Most High, that the feed cated the idea that was floating in of Ithmael should become a nume. my mind at the time I was com rous people, as well as the seed of mitting that parallel to writing, it Itaac his half-brother; which prois poflible I might have escaped his mile a fucceffion of ages has fuen cenfure; fecing, that I consider exemplified. Destined to roam on the Giples as a people rendered waites, Hagar wandered with her peculiar by divine ordination as ton into the desert tract lying bewell as the Jews.

tween the Red-sea and the river Notwithstanding. I mentioned Euphrates, where in a certain dithe fuppofition advanced by a Ger- . strict near Mount Sinai, called tlie. man anthor named Grellman, of wilderness of Paran, Ithmael bethe European Giplies, being de- came a roving archer, and there scendants of the Suders of India, I took a wife, who brought him did not declare that I had adopted Kedar and in other fons. As lie thrat opinion ; and the truth is, was an Hebrew, this marriage was that I am so far froin concurring in the basis of a contanguinity between it, that I entertain a furmite of the Hebrews' and the aboriginal mine own, that the Gipuies are Arabs, and therefore the potterity descendants of the Ishmaelites, and descended from it became knowii, as fuch destined. by divine pro. not by the denomination of Ithfcriptul ever to remain a wander- maelites alone, but site is that of ing irreciai nable people; but this Al Aral al mofi.trebe, ''; infitious idea I omitted exprelling, because Arals, a race who increased in I would not set up my own suppo- population to reduodantiy, that the fition against that of a writer who iterile countries of Arabia Befarta has investigated the genealogy of and’Arabia Petrea could not feed the Giplies lu clofely as M. Crell- then, irtor.uch that as their numa man has done, but now that I bers: increased inry wire obliged bavê dileloled my conjecture, I like bees in a hive to fend ficcolive will contider how far it can be fwarns abroad, to get their living fupported.

by Yome meats or other wherever In the 16th chapter of...Genelis they could find one. There exies we are told, that's the wget of took to wandering into the neigh? the Lord said unto Hagar, behold, bouring country of Egypt, with thou art with child and ihalt brar the inhabitants of which they were a fon, aud thalt call his nate' Ish: naturally connected througó their mael; AND HE SHALL BE A WILD Egyptian primogenetrix Hagar the MAN; HIS HAND WILL BE AGALVST mother of Ishmael. Thus thc Afria BVERY MAN, AND EVERY MAN'S can fhore of the Red-fea becanie HAND AGAINST HIM. And Hagar over-run by Arabian Nomades as bare Abrain a ton; and Abram well as the Afiatic; and on 'both

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