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Average Price of Corn per Quarter in England and Wales, 1812.

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NATIONAL DEBT.

An Account of the Reduction of the National Debt, from the 1st of August, 1786, to the 1st of February, 1812:—

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An Account of the Amount of Balances of Sums issued for the Paymen of Dividends due and not demanded, and for the Payment of Lottery Prizes or Benefits, which had not been claimed, and which remained in the hands of the Governor and Company of the Bank of *g. on the

under-mentioned Days, being those next before the Issue,

rom the Ex

chequer, of Money for the Payment of Dividends on Account of the National Debt; for each of the four preceding Quarters respectively—

(Pursuant to 48 Geo. III. cap.

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Dividends due and not demanded
Lottery Prizes not claimed

N. B.-Advanced to Government pursuant to 31 and 48 Geo. III.

Remains in the hands of the Bank

On 10th Oct. 1811. On 4th Jan. 1812.

L. s. d. L. s. d.

Dividends due and not demanded - 1,030,824 2 8 || 1,011,848 8 4

Lottery Prizes not claimed - - 100,894 O O 166,341 0 0

G 1,131,718 8 || 1,478,189 8 4 N. B.—Advanced to Government pur

suant to 31 and 48 Geo. III. - 876,739 876,739 0 9

Remains in the hands of the Bank - 254,979 I 11 301,450 7 7

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BANK OF ENGLAND, 24th Jan. 1812.

WILLM, DAWES, Acct.-General.

PRICE OF STOCKS FOR EACH MONTH IN 1812.-Zowest and Highest.

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LIST OF PATENTs in 1812.

John Plasket and Samuel Brown, for a method of making or manufacturing of casks and other vessels by - improved machinery. Mr Edmund Griffith (Bristol) for an improvement in the manufacture of soap, for the purpose of washing with sea-water, hard-water, and other Water. Mr James Cuparn (Leicester) for - preventing chimneys from smoking. Mr Thomas Willes Cooper (Oldstreet) for an apparatus to be fixed at the naves of wheels and beds of axletrees of carriages, so as to prevent accidents from the axletrees breaking, &c. Mr Peter Joseph Brown (Henrietta-street) for an improved construction of buoys for ships or vessels, and - for mooring chains. Mr Joseph Bagnal (Walsal) for a method of making bridle-bits, snaffles, &c. of iron, steel, or other metal. Sir Howard Douglas so Wycomb) for an improved reflecting circle or semi-circle.

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Mr William Good (London), for an improvement in valves for various urposes. Mr Ralph Sutton (Birmingham) for an improved self-acting curtain or window-blind rack. Mr John Craigie (Craven-street) for improvements on carriages, by which friction may be saved, labour facilitated, and safety obtained. Mr Joseph Baker (Cuckfield, Sussex) for kneading dough by means of machinery. Mr Thomas Pearsall (Willsbridge, Gloucester) for a method of constructing iron-work for certain parts of buildings. Mr William Fothergill (Greenfield, Flintshire) for a method of making copper-rollers for printing. #r.John Miers (Strand, London) for a method of accelerating evaporation, of destroying the noxious effluvia from spent lees, and of generating an increased degree of heat, without additional fuel. * Mr John Hudson (Cheapside, London) for a composition for printing or painting on paper, linen, stuccoed walls, boards, &c. Mr Jacob Zink (Mile-end) for a

method of manufacturing verdigris.

Mr Richard Withy (Kingston..") for improvements in his invention for the construction of steam-engines.

Mr George Dodd (Vauxhall-place) for machinery and the application of

steam to communicate heat and motion to wines, porter, &c. in cellars, storehouses, and other places. Mr Henry James and John Jones (Birmingham) for an improvement in the manufacture of barrels of all descriptions of fire-arms. Mrs Sarah Guppy (Bristol) for tea and coffee urns, &c. Mr Thomas Marsh (King-street, Clerkenwell) for improvements in the construction of watches. Mr Robert Giles (London) for the invention of a cap or cowl to be placed on the top of chimneys. Mr Michael Logan (Paradisestreet, Rotherhithe) for an instrument for the generation of fire, and various purposes in chemical and experimental operations. Mr Andrew Patten (Manchester) for a discovery and improvements in the tanning of leather, by the use of pyroligneus or wood-acid. Mr William Strachan (Chester) for a method of preparing the ore of cobalt for trade, manufacture, and painting. Mr Jeremiah Steel (Liverpool) for a new apparatus, and for distilling and rectifying spirits. William Everhard Baron Von Doornik (Wells-street) for an improvement in the manufacture of soa to wash with sea-water, with hardwater, and with soft-water. Mr James Adams (Pitkellony, in the county of Perth) for a method of drying malt and all kinds of grains and seeds. Mr George Smart (Westminster) for an improved method of preparing timber so as to prevent its shrinking. Mr Blenkensop (Middleton, York. shire) for mechanical means by which the conveyance of coals, minerals, and other articles is facilitated, and the expence attending the same is rendered less than heretofore.

Messrs Peter Moore and Co. (London) for a vertical bond in buildings, &c. Mr Lawrence Drake (Cloaklane, London) for a method of preparing the various sorts of isinglass from river and marine fish, Sir Saml. Bentham (Hampstead) for a new mode of excluding water of the sea, of rivers, or of lakes, during the execution of under-water works of masonry, or for the security of foundations, applicable to the construction of sea-walls, wharfs, piers, &c. Mr. William Hardcastle (Abing. don) for improved cranes, to prevent accidents from the goods attached to the pulley overpowering the person at the winch, or in the walking wheel. Mr George Dolland (London) for an improved method of lighting the

binnacle compass, used for steering.

ships at sea. Mr Benjamin Milne (Bridlington) for an improved double bell and gun alarm. Mr Frederie Albert Winsor (Shooter’s Hill) for a method of employing raw or refined sugars in the composition of certain articles of great demand. Mr John Justice (Dundee) for an improvement in the construction of stove-grates calculated to prevent the smoking of chimnies, or to effect their cure. Mr John Simpson (Birmingham) for improvements in the construction of lamps. Mr Robert Bill (Rathbone-place) for an apparatus to facilitate the ope

ration of washing clothes, and other

processes necessary in family and other establishments. Mr Richard Waters (Fore-street, Lambeth) for a new method of manufacturing Pottery-ware,

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