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p. 105 F.

3d Aug.

do.

Lieut. O'Reilly, Capt. by purch. vice Lieut. Nicholson, fm. 17 F. rec. dift. with Lieut.

M'Aulay, ret, 13th July 1820. Cary, h. p. 101 F.
Ensign Webster, Lieut. by purch. do. Waite, fm. 58 F. with Lieut. O'Neill, h.p.
Gent. Cadet J, B. Estcourt, fm. R. Mil. 83 F.
Coll. Ensign by purch.

do.

Richardson, fm. i Life Gds.rec. diff. with
Ensign Hodgson, fm. 50 F. Ensign, vice Lieut. Legge, h. p. 2 F. G.
Cornwall, 38 F.

5d Aug.

French, frn 6 Dr Gds. rec. diff. with Lieut, 47 A. F. Strettell, Ensign, vice Lowry, Mairis, h. p. 36 F. dead

27th July Ferrall, fm. 11 F. with Lieut. Haggup, h. Gent. Cad. J. M. Geddes, fm. R. Mil. p. Rifle Brig. Coll. Ens. vice Strettell, can. 17th Aug.

Meech, fm. 3 F. rec. diff. with Licut. Lock 19 Lieut. Ellis, Capt. vice Dillon, 2 Vet. yer, h. p. 13 F. Bn.

10th do. Moody, fm. 4 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. LarEnsign Maclachlan, Lieut.

do, dy, h. p. Meuron's Regt. Gent. Cadet A. Gammell, fm. R. Mil. Macdonald, fm. 19 F. with Lieut. Edwards, Coll. Ensign

17th do. 47 F. 50

J. C. Nicolls, Ensign, vice Hodgson, 15 Warren, fm. 30 F. with Lieut. Blackall,
F.

3d do. 55 F. 57 Qua. Mas. Johnson, fm. b. p. Qua.

Peers, fm. 80 F. rec. dift. with Lieut. JefMas. vice Moore, ret. list

18th May

fery, h, p. 53 F. 71 Lieut. Stewart, Capt. vice Cainpbell, 2 Ensign M'Dermott, fm. 8 F. rec. diff. with 2d Lt. Vet. Bn.

271) July Ward, h. p. Rifle Brig.. Gent. Cadet H. Dallas, fm. R. Mil. Coll. Close, fm. 47 F. with Ens. Murphy, 86 F. Ensign

do.

Wilton, fm. 57 F. with Ens. Smith, 92 F. 72 Ensigni Yates, Lieut. vice Stewart, pro. Lum, fm. 61 F. with Ensign Dawson, h.p. Cape Corps

do.

35 F. C. c. Craven, Ensign

do. Paym. Ker, fm. 3 Dr. G. with Paym. Lutyens, h. Ensign Fitz Gerald, Lieut. vice Coventry, 4 Vet. Bn.

Ass. Surg. Wharrie, fm. 86 F. with Ass. Surg. J. E. Deere, Ensign

Thompson, h. p. 32 F. 73 Lieut. Raymond, Capt. vice Ritchie,

Williams, fm. 50 F. with Ass Surg. dead

17th do. Young, 4 Vet. Bn. Ensign Brand, fm. 16 F. Lieut. do.

Hett, fm. Rifle Brig. with Ass. Surg. 77 Capt. Gell, fm. 2 W. I. Reg. Capt. vice Scott, h. p. George, dismissed

9th do.

Morrison, fm. ditto, with Ass. Surg. 78 Lieut. M'Iver, Capt. by purch. vice Campbell, 7 Vet. Bn. Grant, ret.

17th do.
Ensign í wopenny, Lieut. by purch. do.

Resignations and Retirements.
Gent. Cadet Lord Wm. Thynne, fm. Lt. Col. Wigston, 3 F. G.
R. Mil. Coll. Ensign by purch. do.

- Brooke, 4 F. 81 Lieut. Beamish, Capt. by purch. vice Maj. Kipping, 4 F. Burns, ret.

20th July

M'Aulay, 14 F.
Ensign Vaughan, Lieut. by purch. do. Capt. Watson, 3 Dr.
P. B. F. C. Gillies, Ensign by purch. Kent, 21 Dr.

27th do.

Grant, 78 F.
Ensign Mapsell, Lieut. vice Frederick,

Burns, 84 F.
dead

17th Aug.

Lewis, 88 F.
R. Blake, Ensign

do.

Lieut. Lambard, R. Horse Gds. 85 Hon. H. F. St Clair Erskine, Ensign Corvet Haydock, 12 Dr.

10th do.

Taylor, 22 Dr. 89 Lieut. Hill, Capt. by purch. vice Lewis, ret.

20th July

Appointments Cancelled.
Ensign Gells, Lieut. by purch. do. Capt. Grant, 9 R. Vet. Bn.
Gent. Cadet w. Buller, fin. R. Mil. Lieut. Scott, 1 F.
Coll. Ensign

27th do. Ensign Strettell, 47 F.
Cape Corps Lt. Fox, fm. 85 F. Capt. rice Fitz
Clarence, 11 F.
9th Aug.

Reinstated.
Med. Dep. James Craufurd, Hosp. Assist. to the Lt. Col. John Boscawcn Savage, R. Mar.
Forces

Capt. Lee, Rifle Brig.
Hosp. Assist. Lamont, fm. h. p. Hosp.
Assist. vice Mitchell, 18 F.

Dismissed.
Chap. Dep. Rev. G. Kendall, M. A. Chaplain to
the Forces

Capt. George, 77 F.
Garrisons. Bt. Maj. Diggle, fm. h. p. R. York Ra.

Ass. Com. Gen. Boocock
Capt. of a company of Gent. Cadets, Dep. Ass. Com. Gen. Reynolds
vice Erskine, h: p.

Deaths.
Lt. Austin, of late 5 Vet. Bn, Fort Maj.
at Duncannon Fort, vice Quin, dead Lt. Gen. P. Sinclair, Lybster, Caithness
27th July,

31st Jan. 1821

L. S. Orde, Swinburn Castle, Hexham Exchanges.

Maj. Gen. Borthwick, R. Art. at Margate Bt. Maj. Diggle, from 52 F. with Capt. Northey,

28th July: h. p. York Rang:

Sir G. T. Calcraft, Kt. late of 3 Dr. G. Capt. Gale, fm. 17 F. with Capt. Crew, h. p. 26 F. at Bath

20th Aug. Stcwart, fm. 25 F. with Capt. Biddulph, Lieut. Col. Tulloh, h. p: R. Art. h. p. 96 F.

Capt. Maltby, 16 F'. Ceylon Lee, fm. Rifle Brig. with Capt. Travers, Ritchie, 73 F. on passage from Ceylon or h. p.

board the Alexander

21st May, Anderson, fm. 1 W. I. R. with Capt. Mer Smith, h. p. 8 F. formerly Capt. in Shropcer, h. p. 6 W. I. R.

shire Mil.

3d Aug. Stockenstrom, fm. Cape Corps with Capt. Lieut. Fitz-Gerald, 53 F. Moorasaukully, Madras Lowen, h. p. Corsican Ran.

10th Feb. O'Flaherty, fm. 23 F. rec. dift. with Capt. Frederick, 84 F. Powell, h. p. 15 F.

Wilmot, R. Gar. Bn. London 26th June Burke, fm. 38 F. with Capt. Daniell, h. p. Cornets & Ensigns. Grindred, h. p. 11 Dr. York Chas.

9th June. Gordon, fm. 5 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Capt.

Matchett, h. p. 28 Dr, 19th do. Wood, h. p. 21 Dr.

Lowry, 17 F.
Dawson, fm. 22 Dr. with Capt. Barlow,

Mathewson, 65 F. killed in ae h. p. 69 F.

tion in the Persian Gulf 21st Dec. 1619. Licut. Shave fm. . Dr. rec. dift. with Lieut.

Vyvyan, 74 F. Askew, h. p. 18 Dr.

Quar. Mast. Doyle, 27 F. Gibraltar 27th May 1820 Lowry, fin. & F. Ice. dift. with Lieut. For

Mason, h. p. 7 W. I. R. 100) Apr man, h. p. 93 F.

Fort Major Quin, Duncannon Fort.

13th Apr. 3d Aug.

10th Aug.

2d Aug.

M. 4;

fair day

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill.
Aug: Ther. Baro.
Attach.

Aug.
1820.
Wind.

Attach.]
Ther.
Weather.
Ther. Baro.

Wind. Weather. 1820.

Ther. M. 52 29.310 M. 68 V. Rain,

M. 452|29.328 M. 63W.

Rain morn. E. 64 .370 E. 65 righ thunder 17

E. 57 .480 E. 60 ) high air day .680 M. 65 Fair and

M. 41 .516 M. 60 Cole. Rain morn. E. 59 .588 E. 65 ] nod

18 warm

E. 55 .482 E. 59 Sood th.h. mid-de SM. 50% .461M. 65

M. 40 . 160/M. 57 W.

Dull c. mor. .314 E. 65 ) nod

Showery

19

E. 52 .532 E. 57 $nod
M. 53
.228 M. 66 Us. W. Warm fom,

M. 43 .628 M. 56 E.

20
IE. 60
.326 E. 65 Sorisk rain aftern.

Fair
E. 51

.690 E. 56 mod
M. 47 .333 M. 65 w.

Fair morn.

M. 39 .711 M 59 E.
E. 58

21
.331 E. 61 prisk rainy day

Fair

E. 54 .764 E. 59 ) nod
M 47

.157 M. 62 W. 6

Rain morn.
M. 36

E.
,851 M. 57

Frost morn. E. 58

22 ,101 E. 65 || nod

E, 50

.851 E. 59 ) nod. fair day (M. 174.575 M. 621 W.

M. 39 .861 M. 59 Cble.

Fair
E. 59
.535 E. 62 nod

Ditto

E. 55 .806 E. 58 mod .151M. 59 M. 45 8 3. W

M. 154 .620 M. 61 S. W. Dull, with E. 56

24 .190 E. 60 high Heavy rain

E. 58 .530 E. 61 high shws. of rain M. 482 .350 M. 60W. Dull, with

M. 46 ,155 M. 62 Cole. Shs. of rain E. 57 .585 E. 60 | Ligh shwrs. rain

25

E. 60 ,157 E. 60 nigh all day
M. 48

.777 M. 61 s. w. 10

M. 45 28.999 M. 60 N. W. Rain morn. E. 60 .829 E. 62) high

Fair

26

E. 55 99 E 58 ) high chang. day il M. 51 .907 M. 63/S.W.

M. 42 29,166 M. 59 W.
E. 59
.841 E. 63 righ
Fair

Fair

E. 53 .194 E 58 S mod M. 181 12} .797 M. 61S. W.

M. 36 ,101 M. 59W. Fair foren. E. 57

Ditto .896 E 61 righ

28 {

E. 51 8.998 E. 58 mod rain aftern. M. 48 13{ .756 M. 635. W. Fair day,

M. 42.29.181 M. 58 |Cble.
E. 60 .580 E. 62 Snod rain night

29
E. 53 .41 E. 58 | nod

Changcable 14 M. 51 .465 M. 65 S. W. Rain morn.

M. 42

.691 M. 58 E. Rain morn. E. 63

30 .505 E. 61 ) high fair day

E. 53 .790 E. 58 mod

fair day M 48 15

106 M. 63 5: W.
E. 60
.102 E. 63 ) high
Rain all day

.831M. 58W.
M. 413
31
E. 51

Fair.

.951 E. 58 ) Imod
M. 48 .952 M. 60W.
16

Fair morn.
E. 56 .331'E. 61 } Thigh Trainy day.

Quantity of rain, 2.700.

fair day

234

AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

THE weather since our last has been favourable, not only for the operations of the harvest, but also highly conducive to the filling and gradual ripening of grain. Till within these few days, the heat has not been so intense as it was last harvest, nor will the erop be nearly so early ready in the Highland districts, where the corn is not above onethird cut down ; but, as the season is not far advanced, and the present weather promoting the ripening process with unusual rapidity, little apprehension is entertained of the safety of the crop. In the southern and early districts the corns are, for the most part, cut, and a great part secured in the barn.yard. Wheat, as was all along expected, turns out considerably above an average crop. Oats are deficient in straw, and, upon the whole, will hardly reach a fair crop. "Barley is visibly deficient, and stooks thin : the excessive rains about seed-time have told all along on that species of grain. Peas and beans on dry black lands filled well, and may be reckoned a full crop ; on clay loam, the worm has been very destructive to the young peas within the pod, and sound seed may be in request at spring. Potatoes have not swelled so freely as might have been expected, had there been a little more moisture in the soil about the beginning of this month. Turnips, too, are in want of rain, but are, in general, in a growing state, though, from the late period of the season, they cannot now be expected to swell off to a weighty crop. The prices of grain have been nearly stationary throughout the month. The ports being open for the importation of oats, a slight fall in the price of that species of grain is anticipated. New hay has sold very heavily, and at low prices. The price of black cattle seems to have reached its acme, and dealers are now selling them in the south country at very reduced prices ; nor is it at present expected that the demand will be brisk at the autumn fairs in this country. Little wheat has yet been sown in early situations, and the soil is, in general, rather dry for giving a regular braird to the pickled seed. 12th Sept.

The unusually warm weather which prevailed in August last year brought forward ve. getation with a rapidity seldom observed in this country at that period of the season. Though the temperature for the last four weeks has been moderately high, yet, we obserte, that, compared with last season, vegetation is now eight days later. The Veronica candida came in flower on the 22d August, a few days later than last year; the common soap-wort on the 6th September, six days of difference; and the Aster amellus, which flowered on the 7th September last year, has not yet opened its blossoms. Perthshire, 12th Sept. 1820.

VOL. VII.

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Wheat, 240 lbs.

Oats, 204 Ibs.

||: Barley, 320 lbs. Bns.& Pse: Oatmeal Flour. Dantzic.For.red. British. Irish, British. English. Scots.

Stir. Mea|| 140 lbs. 280 lbs. S. S. d. s. S. s. 8. d.lls. d. s. d. S. S. d.

S. s. S. d.ll s. s. d. 18. d. s. d. Aug. 16 37 38 030 36 36 39 01|210 25 0 20 27 0

27 29 0122 25 ( 122 023 6 58 23 37 38 0 30 36 36 39 01|21 0 25 0 20 27 0 30 37 38 01.30

127 29 Oil -9 25 0 22 025 618 60 36/36 39 01|21 025 0 20 27 6

27 29 0922 25 0 22 0 22 8 60 Sept. 037 38 30 36 30 39 6|| 21 0 25 0 20 27 0 1 37 38 0150

30 621 23 6 21 021 61 35 60 301 28 38 61118 0 22 0

124 6 31 0 22 25 0 2002 658 6U

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3. d. s.d. d. 33 6 41 39 0 23 28 021 26 6 17 23 0 17 23 0 lug. 1421 0 22 0 ! 9 37 011 39 7 21 26 C 7 22 0 17 22 0 17 22 0 2119 0 21 6 1 5 32 0 12 0 40 I 23 28 117 22 0 17 92 | 17 22 0 2819 0 20 6 14 31 0 42 ( 37

8 19 2116 21 0 17 22 0 17 22 Sept. 118 0 20 6 ! ! 28 0 41 0 34 7 121 25 (117 23 0 17 22/17 92 0 11|18 0 20 6 1 3

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21 61

281 64 Sept. 168

1168

S. S. S. 5 S. 84 1.58 42 50 36 81 26 40 21 31 8458 42 24 34 81 58 40 28 34 80 38 4. 28 56

Oats.
Beans.

Pease, Flour, 2801b. Quar. rusl’oyPotat. Pigeon.Tick. Boiling., Grey. Fine.

2d. S. S. S. S S. 5. 5. S. S. S. 8. 8. 18 28 24 30 10 15 31 38 42 46 40 441) 65 7060 6510 18 28 24 25 38 42 36 59 42 46 38 44|| 65 7000 651 0 18 2024 28 38 40 32 36 12 16 40 19 65 70400 651 18 2024 2

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Aggregate Average of British Corn, per quarter, in England and Wales, for the Six

Weeks preceding August 12. Wheat, 71s, 11d.-Rye, 45s. 2d.-Barley, 56s. 5d.-Oats, 275. Id.-Beans, 44s, 5d.-Pease, 15s, lld.

Average Prices of Corn in Scotland for the Four Weeks preceding August 15. Whcat, 7us. 50.-Rye, 41s. 2d.-Barley, 375. 7d.-Oats, 27s. Id.-Bearis, 59s. d.--Pease, 105, Oul

Oatmeal, per boll, 21s. 34.-Bear or Big, 275.9d.

COMMERCIAL REPORT.

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PRICES CURRENT.-SEPTEMBER 9, 1820.

LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. LONDON. Tea, Bohea, per lb.

2 1 2 2 Congou,

2 9 3 6 Souchong,

4 2 4 4 SUGAR, Musc. cwt. B. P. Dry Brown, 60s. 65 58

57 59 57 59 Mid. Good, & Fine Mid. 76 86 61 76 60 71 60 76 Fine and very fine, 84 96

76 84 72 82 Brazil, Brown,

27 35 28 29 White,

37 54 34 53 Refined, Double Loaves, 130 145

1 l (lb.) 1 2 Powder ditto, 106 110

92 113 Single ditto, 103 112

100 105 97

107 Small Lumps, 94 98

98 102 87 88 Large ditto, 92 96

90

97 107 Crushed Lumps,

56

48 50 MOLASSES, British, 30 31 28 29 0 30

25 6 COFFEE, Jamaica,

Ord. good, and fine ord. 130 132 129 130 120 128 110 134 Fine and very fine,

139

142 145 148 Dutch, Triage & very ord. 100 121

100 118 Ord. good, & fine ord. 124 136

120 133 Si Domingo, 126 128

125 127 PIMENTO (in Bond), Ib.

83 81 84

9 SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 3s Od 3 2 2 9 ? 10 2 9

3 2

2 6 4 0 Brandy, gal. 4 6

3 2 4 0 Geneva, 2 6 2 3

2 0 2 2 Aqua,

7 1 74 Wixes, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd. 60 64

35 0 65 0 Portugal Red, pipe, 35 46

500 54 0 Spanish White, butt. . 34 55

300 65 0 Teneriffe, pipe,

30 32 Madeira, 60 65

35 45 Logwood, Jamaica, ton, £7

5 15 6 0 6 5 6 15 6 10 70 Honduras,

8

6 0 6 6 7 0 7 10 6 10 70 Campeachy,

7 15 8 5 Fustic, Jamaica,

7
7 10 8 0 7 10

8 0 90 Cuba,

9 11 9 10 10 0 8 15 9 10 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 9s 6d 11 6 7 6 8 6 8 0 9 0 10 0 10 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 1 6 1 8 Ditto Oak,

3 0 3 4 Honduras Mahogany,

14 1 8 1 2 1 8 I 0 14 011 Tar, American, brl. 20

18 19 17 0 Archangel, 22 23

18 0 Tallow, Rus. Yel. Candle, 60

58 60 58

51 Home melted, cwt. 62 MEMP, Riga Rhine, ton, 47

43 Petersburgh Clean,

45

41 10 42 Flax, Riga ľa. & Dr. Ra. 61 62

59 60 Dutch, 58 100

65 75 Irish,

48 54
Mats, Archangel,
75 80

75
BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts, 13 10
Ashes, Petersburgh Pearl, 34 35
Montreal ditto, cwt. 41 46 37 38 37

40 41 38 44 32 32 6 | 32 34 31 40 Oil, Whale, tun,

32
33 34

31 84 (p.brl.)- 30 31 Tobacco, Virg. fine, lb. . 8 8/ 75 8 10 6 8 0 8 0 9 inferior,

61

3 39 COTTONS, Bowed Georgia,

101 102 101 04

0 1 0 Sea Island, fine,

I 10 2 1 2 0 2 471 7 2 Demerara and Berbice,

13 1 5 1 1 1 4 1 1 14 Pernainbucco,

14
1 41

1 3 Maranham,

14 15 1 1 1 241 2 1

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Course of Exchange, London, September 12.--Amsterdam, 12 : 7. Ditto, at sight, 12 : 4. Rotterdam, 12 : 8. Antwerp, 12 : 9. Hamburgh, 37 : 7. Altona, 37 : 8. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 80. Bourdeaux, 26 : 10. Frankfort on the Maine, 156, Madrid, 341. Cadiz, 34.

Leghorn, 463. Genoa, 43. Oporto, 48%. Rio Janeiro, 54. Dublin, 7 per cent. Cork,

Prices of Bullion per 02.- Foreign gold in bars, L. 3:17: 103. New dollars,
L. 0 : 4: 104. Silver in bars, standard, L.0: 4:111.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey, 12s. 60.-Cork or Dublin,
10s. 6d.-Belfast, 10s. 6d.-Hamburgh, 10s. 6.- Madeira, 20s.- Jamaica, 30s.-
Greenland out and home, 4 gs. to 5 gs.
Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from August 16 to September 13, 1820.

Aug. 16. Aug. 23. Aug. 30. Sept. 6. Sept. 13.

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ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTS, announced between the 20th

July and 20th August 1820; extracted from the London Gazette. Armitage, J. Birmingham, saw-maker

Moses, A. Fleur-de-lis Street, Spitalfields, leather Barrow, J. Bramall, Cheshire, dealer

manufacturer Betteley, R. Standon, Staffordshire, maltster Moule, B. Stone, Staffordshire, innkeeper Bird, H. Bristol, cheese-factor

Neale, C. Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire
Brotherton, J. and W. Liverpool, tailors

Newell, R. Hereford, tailor
Brown, J. R. New Road, St Pancras, statuary Newbold, J. Learnington Priors, butcher
Browne, W. H. Bristol, broker

Nutt, R. Deptford Lower-road, fellmonger
Coupland, R. W. Bridlington, linen-draper Parish, J. Salisbury, linen-draper
Canby, J. Birmingham, sword-maker

Phillips, T. A. Ardwick, Lancashire, brewer
Corfield, W. Norwich, tanner

Redhead, T. Ulverstone, mercer Donaldson, A. Liverpool, linen-draper

Richardson, B. Brighton, builder Edwards, W. Battle, Sussex, toyman

Ring, S. Bristol, earthenware dealer Ellis, C. Birmingham, plater

Rollings, w. Sutton-upon-Trent, NottinghamFaulkner, T. Hayes Court, Leicester Square, hire, victualler straw hat-manufacturer

Royle, J. F. Pall Mall, fancy paper-manufacturer
Fotheringham, W. A. D. Plymouth Dock, coal. Rudd, C. Rochdale, woollen-draper
merchant

Sewclí, ... Egremont, Cumberland, innkeeper
Fisher, M. Tintern, Monmouthshire, shopkeeper Smith, R. A. Sheffield, grocer
Freeman, T., and H. H. Jones, Worcester, tal Smith, J. Bristol, stationer
low-chandlers

Smith, J. Liverpool, merchant
Greaves, J. Birmingham, victualler

Spratly, T. Mill Wall, Poplar, victualler Gimson, T. F. and J. Nottingham, merchants Samson, T. Lynn, coach-maker Goldsworthy, W. Sun Tavern Fields, rope maker Sampson,

T. Sise-lane, auctioneer Gregson, L. Spindlestone, Northumberland, corn Stevens, R. Banstead, Surrey, cordwainer merchant

Swift, J. Leeds, dyer
Handley, S. Helderstone, Staffordshire, miller Taylor, J. T. Merton, Surrey, silk-manufacturer
Hall, J. North Shields, master mariner

Taylor, H. Manchester, and É. Taylor, Blackles,
Harvey, J. Bull Head Passage, Leadenhall Mar. calico-printers
ket, poulterer

Thornton, D. Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, victualler Harrison, H and B. Corovan, Laurence Pountney Thorp, T. Reddish, Lancashire, calico-printer Lane, merchant

Toll,' w. St German's, Cornwall, miller Hilton, C. Over Darwen, Lancashire, whister Toller, L. Godmanchester, corn-merchant Housman, J. Bromsgrove, wool-dealer

Tozer, J. Bristol, woollen-draper Hully, c. Lancaster, twine-manufacturer

Watkins, T. J. Salford, dealer in weft Isaacs, J. Liverpool, merchant

Warburton, T. Norwich, Cheshire, and G. ParJacobs, I. Bristol, glass-manufacturer

sons, Liverpool, sail

makers John, J. Narbeth, Pembrokeshire, shopkeeper West, J. Little Newport-street, haberdasher King, G. Norwich, brandy merchant

Whitmore, F. jun. Walham Green, Fulham, Langford, J. Milk Street, Cheapside, haberdasher brewer Longhurst, W. Tonbridge, ironmonger

Williams, E. Edmonton, grocer Machan, L. Sheffield, millwright

Wooderoft, J. Cleveland-street, Fitzroy-square, May, E. and J. Bristol, schoolmasters

linen-draper
Milthorpe, J. Pot Ovens, Yorkshire, clothier Wood, W. Holm Farm, Yorkshire, cattle-jobber
Millengen, J. Castle-street, Houndsditch, jeweller Wright, C. cy, victualler
Mills, C. Collumpton, fellmonger

Wroots, R. Sleaford, Lincolnshire, draper

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