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Louvre at Paris, without any recoinmen. We'expect, in the course of the month, dation of the systein as fit for England, some important intelligence froin Paris, that no restriction whatever is laid on on the state of the Arts in Fiance, which copying any of the pictures, entirely or shall not fail to be inserted in this in part, and that every day, but Saturday place. and Sunday, is open to the artists.
ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES and DivIDENDS, announced between
the 20th of August and the 20th of September, extracted from the London Gazettes.
BANKRUPTCIES. (Ibe Soliciter's Names are between Parentheses.)
AMHURST Stephen Market Areet, Westminder, and
Weut farleir, Kent, brewer, and Uxbridge. copper aad iron manufacturer. (Young and Hughes, £fTex
Rreet, Stand Arinos Bichard, Pyne's Mills, Exeter. Miller (WjWiams
and Darks, Priaces Arcet, Bedford row, and Terrell,
Exeter Araon Samuel, and William and Sarsh Elwell, Shelf,
Kalifax, York, iron founders. (Smith, Harton Garden,
and Ramited, Halifax Bater Ricbard, Well Bromwich, Stafford, coal dealen
anion, Taner Tempie, and Jackson, Birmingham Lall tichard, Bridge road, Lambeth, linen draper, (Sweet
and Stokes, Temple Lumford fohn Soyland, York. Burian manufacturer
(Koignt. Manchester, and Ellis, Chancery lane Bars Icy Joshua, Manchetter, cotton merchant. (Coryper
and Lowe, Southampton Buildings, and Jepson,
Naochetter Jayley Thomas London, and John Foothcrape, Birming
hann, ironinongers. (Stuart, Bilfton, Stafford thire Bedford Charios, Manchetter, merchant. (Cuolite,
Mancheiter, aod Clarke and Ricbards, Chancery
Jane Idas Jona, Manchester, cntton merchant. (Partington,
Mancbeder, and Hurd, Temple Schoete William, Lawrence Pountney-hill, tea dealer.
(Collins and Waller, Spital Kuare Bertrand George, Friuces Areet, Soho, tallor. (Pritchard,
Liter Arert, Strand Bickford Joha, Brixham, Devon, Brucer. (Bridgman,
Dartmourt and Foulkes, Loadilla and Beckitt,
Gray's lon Bignell William, Great St. Helen's, broker. (Brace,
Symond's lan Blake Thorno, Webb Areet, Southwark, merchant
(Crane, Union court. Broad free Quand Richard, Threadneedle itreet, merchant, (Lathow,
Wardrube place, Dodor's Commons Beid George, Edgware road, itune inafon, (Jopron, Calle
Groet. Holboro Bracken Richard, Tho nas Williams and Lancelot Bracken,
Lornbury. Nannel manofacturert. (Reardon and
Davis, Corbes court, Gracechurch treet Breskwell Gcorge, Southwark, viduailer. (Lodington
and Mall. Temple Rane wali f urmerly of Gorden court. Temple,
dealer, but now I prisoner in the King's Bench
fyuve Bucknell Samuel, Great Grimlby, Lincoln, merchant.
(Bulmer, Cailer, and Lambert, Gray's Inn Syuare Berringham Thomas. Great Grimsby, Lincoln, merchant.
(Barb-t, Gray's Inn Square, and Bell wood, Louth, Cameron Mary, Great Yarmouth, milliser. (Cory Jun.
Yarmouth, 20 Hanrott and Metcalf, Lincoln's lon
New fquare Carpenter Henry, Sevenoaks, Innkeeper. (Hutching and
Hilder. Sevenoaks, and King. Calle freet, Holborn Carrint John, Great Grimsby, Lincoln, merchant. (Lloyd,
Great Grimsby Catfia limothy, Briftos, rectifier. (Chilton, Chancery
lade Cew Thomas, Cannon Areet, merchant. (Swain, Ste
vens, and Maples, Old Jewry Crowley Dennis, Portsmouth, tailor (
Mognall, War wick fquare Cuthbert James, Brixtos, Surry, hopkeeper (Vincent,
Bedford Areet, Bedford ruw. Darlington Thomas, Jun. Broken Cross. Northwich, Chetter,
cheelefactur. (Domyile, Knutsford, and Wrleht und
Pickering, Temple Davies George Pallip, Philpot lane, coffee merchant.
(Wasbrough, Warnford court Davies Joho. Cheptow, Moninouth, watcb-maker. (Bayly,
Chepeow Dickie William, Little St Thomas Apofle, London, mer.
chast. (Kirs, Printer Qreet, Blackfriars Lady Samuel, St. Tres, Huntingdon, wareholfeman.
Alexander, Lincoln's Ion New fquare, and retch, 57.
Edwards Thomas, Fenchurch Atreet, cheton merchant
(Parnell and Rafles, Church freet, Spitalfields Endall William. Chipping Norton, Oxford, mercer. (Wood
cock and 'Twint. Coverty Tairburn John, Minories, bookseller. (Richard four,
Manchester, and Cooper and Lowe, Southampton build.
jogs, Chancery lane Fimer Wiljam, Hound ditch, linen draper. (Bourdilloa
an Hewitt, Little Priday ftreet Freeman Daniel, William Sykes, and John Freeman, Ber.
mondsey and Briton, leather factors. (Gatty and
Haddun, Angel court, Thiogiporton ftreet Fullagar George, Hampitead, corn and coal merebant.
(wiliams. Curfitor treet, Chancery laue Purze Jobn Breaker, Webb ittree. Southwark, merchant.
(Cranch, Union court, Broad ftreet Gilgreft Benjamin, Cheapfide, warehouseman. (Wiltshire
and Boulton, Old Broad areet Gordon Thomas, Tuwrp ftreet, wine and brandy inerchant,
(Swann, New Balinghallitreet Gordon Thomas, and Thomas Steadmall, late of Tower
Atreet, inerchants, but now prisoners in the King's
Bench. (Pitches and ampfon, within's Jane Greaves Jothua. Finiftrect hill, icather feller. (Palmer
Tomlinfou. 2nd Thom son, Conthall court Haigh William, Halifax, York, grocer. (scatcherd,
Halifax, and Hodgson, Surry areet. Strand Hall Thuas, Bath, corn fa.tor (etherfole and Portal,
Effex ftreet, Strand, and Evill, Rath Harvey William Warrington, Larcafter, four-dealer.
(Hurd, Temple, and Cropper, Warrington, Hickton Henry, Stockport cheiter, victusler. (Chetheia,
Strickpurt, and Hodgfun, Surry Itreet, Strand Hitchen William, St. Peter's Hill, Ductors' Commons
whalebone merchant Richardsons, New lau Hollamby William Leadenfall street, librariani. (Pearce
And Son Swithin's lane Ho'ymau Samuel Calne, Wilts, victuailer. (Parkers,
Axbridke, and Blakes Cook's court, Carey teet Hopkins Joho, Frome, Somerset, tailor (Randolpi,
Bath, and Boulkes, Tondil, and Ince. Gray's Inn Humphrys Michael, Brittud, common brewer. (Whit.
combe and King, Serjeaut's Inn, Yieet Areet, and
Prankis, Bristol Iles Joha, Bridol, vidualler. (Whitcombe and King.
Serjeant's Ino, Fleet Arect, and Frankis, Bristol Jones William. Bartun-under. Need wood, Stafford, grocer
and draper. (willis, Fairthorne, and Clarke, Wars
ford court, and Birch, Fotter, and Binop, Rugeley Joseph Aaron. Prome selwood, Somerset, clothier. (La
Hatton Garded and Rotton, Frome Kellitt ravid, Leeds, York, butcher. (Sut on and Ward,
Leeds, and Robinfon, Efex &reet, Sirand Langdun Jams, c. Thomas the Apostle. Devon. (Turner,
Exeter, und Collett, Wiinburn, and Collett, Chancery
Jane Lant Daniel, Welt Smithfield, Malefinas. (Dodd, Hart
treet, Bigomsbury Lawrence Stephen, Oxford Greet, grocer. (Popkin, Dean
treet, Soho Lee Stephen, Birchin lane, merchant. (Bryant, Copthal
court Mackenzie Alexander, Hammond's court Mincing lane,
wine nierchant. (Blunt and down, Old Wethlern. Mapning Job. Namprwich, Chester, draper. (Ellis,
Chancery lane, and morgu, Manchester M'Gough George, Liverpool, leather breeches maker.
(Jackfun, Liverpool, and Meddowcroft, Gray's (on Milner Charles, Mackney, dealer. (Smiting Bedford
row Morgan William Byrt, and Jacob Dudden, Shepton Maller.
Somerset bankers. (King, Bedford row, and Hyait
and walke'l, nepron Mallett Mozley Moriis Lewing Thread.cadle Areet and Walbrook.
merchant anu war houseman. (Palmer, Tomofons,
And nom fun, Copthall court Mummery Richard,' Margate, merchant. (Newcome.
Vine itreet Piccadilly Nathaa wofes Ifaac, Godmanchenet, Huntingdon, filver.
imith, Jeweller, hawker, and peular Ifaacs, xury
Arect, 't. Mary Are Northain Nueng Tooley freer, hatter. (Wulis, Tuir. chorae, and Clarke, Warnard suurt
Foy Walter, Beech freet, Sarbican, linen-drapety
Hall Thomas, Berwick upon Tweed. merchant, Sept. 25
Marding Anne, Brifto!, haberdasher. Oeto
York, whire lead merchant, oto
and Peter Graves, white lead me chants, oc.
talur, Sept. 29
Chambers, merchant, Oct. 13
Boneer Oct 10
Chambers merchants. Sept. 22
croca. Sept is
&. Lund Benson, Spolforth, York, flax-dreffer. 04.9 Macaulry John, Patrick Whytock, and John Dancan, Li
verpool Terchant ept. 20
hill, merchants, Oct. io
Watfull, Preton. cotton manufacturers, Oct. 6
Kamray Samuel, Bithop Stortford, Herts, upholderet,
Heris, uphulterere. oct. 16
0 . 0
drapes, Sept. 24
VARIETIES, LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL. ?
Including Notices of Works in Hand, Domestic and Foreign. *. Authentic Communications for this Article will always be thankfully received, FHF late fire at Mr. Gillet's, the 4thly. That the compounds of phos.
1 prinier's, in Salisbury-square, con- phorus, arsenic, tin, &c. with oxymuriatic suined upsards of twenty-five thousand acid, approach in their nature to acids, and pounds' worth of the stock of Sir Richard neutralize ammonia and other salifiable bases. Phillips, estimated at the wholesale
5thly. That the combination of ammonia price; and anong other works, wearly
with phosphorus, acidified by oxymuriacic acid, iwo thousand sets of the splendid Bible, those or an earth, and is not decomposable at
is a peculiar compound, having properties like, by Nir. tiewietl. Wino 10 Mis Calils- an intense red heat. trophe, therefore, that superior work is
6chly. That oxymuriatic acid has a stronger likely to become very scarce, few sets attraction for most infiammable bodies than having escaped the ilames; and it not oxygen; ard that on the hypothesis of the cone being worth while to re-print the twenty nection of electrical powers with chensical at. parts which were destroyed of so expen. tractions, it must he highesc in the scale of nesire a work. Unfortunately, a consider
gative power; and that the oxygen, which is abie part of the inanuscript of the seven
supposed to exist in oxymuriatic acid, has alconcluding parts was also burnt, so that
ways been expelled by it from water or oxides. the continuation is unavoidabiy delayed
The French chemists questioned the for a month or two, till Mr. H. can re
accuracy of the inferences drawn by. prepare his manuscript...
Mr. Davy from his electro-chemical The following works of the same pub
researches, respecting the nature of lisher were destroyed at the saine cime:
the alkalies and the earths; main 3.000 Mortimer's Dictionary of Commerce,
taining that the metallic bodies obtained 10,000 Joyce's Arithmetic.
from these substances, in place of being 250 Neale's Spain.
simple, as asserted by Mr. Davy, 600 Military Essays.
were compounds of the alkalies and 1,000 Cooper's Surgery.
earths with hydrogen; or, in other words, 1,100 Letters of a Nobleman to his Son at that the new badies were hydrurels. Of Eton and Oxford.
this opinion were Gay Lussac, Thenard, 1,000 Crocher's Land Surveying.
and most of the French chemists. , Ber2,000 Mavor's Natural History.
thollet ainong the rest warmly contested 1,500 Smith's Geography,
the correctness of Mr. Davy's inferences, 700 Lambert's Travels in America; besides other works of inferior magni
and maintained the accuracy of the
French conclusions. At a meeting howtude. The Messrs. STOCKVALE lost also
ever of the French National Institute in about two thousand five hundred pounds'
the end of June, Messrs. Gay Lussac worth of books; and Mr. Gillet nearly ten thousand pounds in books and printo
and Thenard, read a notice containing
the results of a great variety of experi.. ing stock, besides his buildings.
ments on the new metals; from all of The conclusious drawn by Mr. Davey in his late publication on the Muriatic
' which they concluded, aller a most righAcid, will serve to extend and enlighten
rous investigation, that professor Davy the theory of chemistry to a greater extent
was perfectly correct in his inferences;
and, with a degree of frankness honour. than any of the brilliant discoveries for
able to themselves, renounced their formerly made by this illustrious chemist. The following are his conclusions: .
mer opinion that these new metals are 1s“. Ibatthe oxymuriatic acid is (as far as our
hydrurets. knowledge extends) a simple substance, which
It is well known to mathematicians may be classed in the same order of natural
that the doctrine of solid angles was left bodies as oxygen gas; being determines, like in a very imperfect staie by Euclid, and oxygen, to the positive surface in voltaic coni. has been scarcely at all advanced by sube binations, and like oxygen, combining with sequent geometers; one of the latest infiammable substances, producing heat and commentators on Euclid, Professor Play. light.
fair, having remarked, that " we bare no 2dly. That its combinations with inflam. way of expounding, even in the simplest mable bodies are analogous tá oxides and cases, the ratio which one of them bears acids in their properties and points of com- to another." Dr. GREGORY, of the Mi. bination, but they differ from them in'being, Jitary Academy, has recently invented a for the most part, deconiposable by water, Sdly. Thai hydrogen is the hasis of the
- Theory of Solid Angles, which is at once muriatic acid, and oxymurjalic acid its acidir
simple, satisfactory, and universal in its fying principle.
application. By means of this theory, MONTHLY Mac, No. 204,
the relative magnitudes of solid angles ment of a benevolent and enlightened inay be ascertained, not only when they age, and an honour to a great and dise are of the same class as those formed by linguished nation. The present inten. the meeting of three planes, those by the tion of the governors, is to ereci a build. meeting of four planes, the vertical angles ing capable of containing four bundred of cones, &c. but angles of one class inay patients, but not to confine theinselves be compared with those of another, with even to that enlarged number, if they respect to magnitude; and their mutual shall be enabled, by the liberality of the relations be determined by processes as public, to proceed farther in their deobvious and elementary as the usual sign. The funds of the hospital which operations in plane trigonometry
are applicable to the purposes of a new The governors of Bethlemn Ilospital building, amount, however, at this time, have recently informed the public, that to little more than 27,000l. while the the present hospital, which was erected cost of a new hospital, upon the scale almost iminediately after the fire of proposed, can hardly be estanated at a London, upon an insecure foundation, smaller sum than 100,0001. To cffect and constructed in haste, as well as in a therefore su desirable a purpose as that great degree with unseasoned materials, in view, it will be obvious, that nothing has long been in so decayed and dans short of a liberal subscription on the gerous a state, as to have rendered it at part of the public at large, can suíñce. length necessary to pull down a consi- The governors, therefore, inost earnestly derable part of it, and to limit, in cone intreat the attention of all corporale sequence, the number of the patients. bodies, as well as individuals, throughout The remaining part of the building is the kingdom, to the present address, also bastening fast to decay; and it which has nothing less for its object than having therefore become necessary to supplying more extensive means of ree meet such exigency, application has lief and cure, than have ever yet been been made to parliament, in the last afforded, to the unfortunate subjects of
ression, for an act to enable the gover the most afflicting malady with which is . Nors to exchange, with the city of Lone bas pleased the Alinighty, in his wiadom,
dou, the present contracted scite of the to visit his creatures; and they are inhospital, for a piece of ground, con- duced to hope, that such assistance as taining nearly twelve acres, situate in they now require, will not be solicited St. George's Fields, on which spot, in vain, in a country whose greatest the enhappy subjects of mental derange- characteristic is its noble and generous ment will, in addition to their former solicitude to alleviate the miseries, ad. advantages, possess such superior requin minister to the necessities, and heal the sices of air and exercise, as they have diseases, of its people. never yet enjoyed, which are not only Mr. Farey, sen, whose time for three likely to add in a considerable degree to years past las heen nccupied in the Surtheir comfi't, but also to accelerate vey of the County of Derhy, in arranging tcir cure. In addition to these circum his materials, and preparing an elaburate stances, it is necessary also to observe, report on its minerals, manufactures, and that the plan of the ancient structure is agriculture, which is now understood to very capable of improvement, and has be in considerable forwardness, has fa. Bing indced required it. The governors voured us with the following extract from therefore trust, ibat, from the superior his manuscripts: light which has been thrown upon the “ It appears, that in all England, Wales, study of architecture within the last and Scotland, there were, in 1801 rather century, and the extensive improvements more than 1 one-fifth families to a house, or which the science of inedicine has re
every fifth house has two families in it and ceived within the same period, they
more; but in Derbyshire very little less than may venture to predict the most favour.
1 one-seventh, or every 17th house only in
thus doubly occupied, which may be ac. able results from the combined talents
counted for from the cheapness of stone, of able architects, and experienced me
slate, and lime, to build with in most parts, dical professors. With this view, they and the plentifulness of coals and clay in have advertised for plans for the new others, and from the comparative comfort in building, and offered premiuins of 2001. which she cottagers live, to what is observafor the best; 1001, for the second; and ble in some other districts. In Great Bri501. for, the third best designs, in the tain, the number of persons to a house is räfull confidence of being adequately as ther more than 5 four-fiths, while in Derby. sisted in their anxious desires to erect au shire, it very little exceeds 5 one-twentiech. hospital which may be at once a monu. Io Britain the number of çersons to a family
is ratber more than 4 four-fifons, in Derby- head, and some apendages, that it is shire rather less than 4 four-fifths.”
difficult to discover the ineaning of; “ IR Britain, one individual out of every it is a mass balancing the head, that is 5 one-ciglath, is employed in agriculture ; in divided into four compartments, by a Derbyshire 5 one twelfth are so employed. cross. The head is capped by an ornaIn Britain, an equal proportion of the popula. ment, representing a thunderbolt, or two tion is emploved in agriculture as in trane.
tridents linked together by a bar. The factures, or 1 in 5 one-eighth in each case;
whole is worked with great correctiess bnt in Derbyshire, i in 4 one twelfth are
and truids, like the Ey; ptian idols, but employed in manufactures; which last, strik
the character of the head is Mexican. ingly shews the spirit and industry of the people of this fine county: though they
He has also a specimen of their earthendevoce cather more labour than is done on the
ware, very hard baked, being ihe legs of average of Britain to the cultivation and im a vase that represent a launkey's head; provemeat of their soil, yet have they one The whole much like Etruscan, or early person in about every twenty-one more of
ut every twenty-oue more of Greek, and manifesting great regularity their whole populacion, employed in manu. in the inould, as well as a systematic factures and handicrafts, than on the average style of art that is very original, but apof Britain is time case. If we take Euglana proaches nore to the Egyptian than any and Wales to contair 37,267,000 acres, then
other. There is 28 three Srihs acres to each inhabited
Mr. lloco has lately edited the post thouse, and 4 one-lich acres to each indivi.
humous works of Mr. Roberts, a young dual; white Derbyshire, containing.622,080
man who evinccd, it is said, great genius, acres, gives a house cu cach 194 acres nearly, and a person to less than every 3 four-fif.hs
These poeins will be sold for the benefit acres of its surface, much as has been said to
of bis family, who reside in Bristol, and ats disparagement in the national scale, by are accompanied with a very interest former writers, who have expatiated on its ing account of his life. lle died at the blesk and siçril wastes, and on the inhospi. age of 45, of a consumption. , uble climate of its alpine mountains.”
A very exquisite etching by BARDEX, Dr. ABANS's next course of lectures has lately been made, and given a way to on the institutes and practice of medi• autiquarians, for the Heri Mr. Thorn. cine, will be given at Di., Anderson's bury, of Avening, near Stroud, in Gloulecture rooins, No. 7, Frith-screet, cestershire. The place is a representaSobo, commencing on Monday, Oc- tion of three ancient scpulchres lately cober 8, at eight o'clock in the morning.' discovered in Avening, and now removed On the same morning at nine o'clock, into the home ground of that gentleman, Dr. Anderson will begiu his course of where they are placed as nearly in the scientific and practical chemistry.
save position in which they were found, JOHN STEWART, ésq. author of “The after the tumulus or lillock of loose Pleasures of Love;" “ The Resurrec- stones which cuvered them, was cleared cioz," &c. has in the press a new po. Zway. etical work, entitled “ Genevieve, or SCHIAVONETTI's werit was never duly the Spirit of the Drave;" wich odes, and appreciated before his death: his best other poems, chiefly amatory and de monument will always be that chaste enscriptive, in four books.
graving which he made of Mr. Iloward's Mr. WILLIAM Walton, who las been copy of the picture at Mr, Coke's, from long resident in St. Domingo, is en- Michael Angelo; the eternal sabiect paged in drawing up a statistical account of envy and praise duly merited: where of what is called 'Hispanola; to distin. the Florentine soldiers are springing guish it from Huyli, now governed by from the Arno tu encounter their ene. three chiefs, viz. Christope, Petion, and mnies. The place makes a part of the Phillippe Dos, a relation of Toussaint. Rev. Mr. Forster's classical publication. This gentleinan, whose research has Mr. PETER HAWKER's fossil alligator is been general, and whose labours pro. now united, and set up in a fine style at mise to be of great utility to our trade, lis Parsuhage, nicar Stroud, in Glouceshas, amoug other curiosities, brought tershire; it came from Weston Quarry. uver a speciinen of South American my, near Bath, and is an unrivalled recovery. thological sculpture, of great singularity; Au Account of the great Sandstone It is an idol of granite, of the hardese Crystals, discovered by Dr. Fox, at texture, and represents a disk geully digging the Canal at Bristol, has lately curved at the bottom, so as to enable ile been presenied to the Geological Soimage to rell, on which reposes a ring, ciety. out of which issues a sort of phallic stem, Dr. CAREY lsas in the press, a new What is crowucd with a fierce huidan edition of his Practicut English Prosod