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William Hawkins, Jolin Hawkins, and John Kirby, of Brighthelmstone, groThomas Hawkins, of Birmingham, button makers.

Joshua Smith, and Adam Unsworth, Symon De Fries, of the Strand, mer. of Manchetter, cotton-manufacturers. chant.

Thomas Middleton, of Liverpool, cotThomas Halme, of Manchester, dea- ton-manufacturer. ler.

Jolin Shepherd the elder, and John Nicholas Kenley, of Bro:npton, dealer Shepherd the younger, of End Moore, in in fpirituons liquors.

Weltmorland, carriers. Thomas Hulme, and John Lancashire, Richard Staveley, of Fencharch-street, of Manchester, calenders.

druggift. William Talbot, of Whitechapel, fad

Owen Gill, of St. James - Areet, Wet. ler.

minster, victualler. Gavin Hamilton, of Goldsmith.street, John Martin, of Panton-square, Weltwareho: seman.

minster, taylor. George Barry, of Sheffield, Yorkiire, John Dutton, of the Strand, fhoemaker. hosier.

NOVEMBER 150 Philip Amiel, of Stephen-Atreet, Rath. William Gibbs, of Stowerton, Warbone place, mariner.

wickshire, woolhapler. William Cory, of Leadenhall-ftreet, James Dinwiddie, of Pendlebury, Wil. cheesemonger.

liam Dinwiddie, of Collyhurst, in Lanca. Thomas Parker, of Biriningham, but. fhire, Lawrence Dinwiddie, of Mancheston-maker.

ter, and Henry Bewicke, of LawrenceNOVEMBER 8.

lane,' merchanis. George Baxter, of the Strand, filcer James Rudge Lamb, of Gloucester, Smith.

mealman. Ifaac Ridley, of the Coal Exchange, Henry Smith, of Penzance, Cornwall, coal-factor.

merchant. Peter Wilder, of, St. James'- Itreet, George Henderson, of Newcastle-tipona wine-merchant.

Tyne, four-merchant. Samuel Rofe, of Misterton, Notting James Pomfret, of Blackburn, Lancahamshire, corn-factor.

thire, cotton-manufacturer. Abel Peploe Sharpe, of Rudgeley, in James Reilly, of Stafford-ftreet, St. Staffordshire, corn-factor.

George, Hanover-fquare, taylor. John Carter, of Cambridge, carpen Henry Lawson, of Edward-Itreet, Soho, ter.

musical-instrument-maker. NOVEMBER 12.

NOVEMBER 19. Josiah Norman, of New-ftreet, Dock Anthony Harvey, of Sí. Philip and head, Southwark,

Jacob, Gloucesterthire, innkeeper. Peter Purvis, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, John Milner, of Mortimer-street, Marydraper.

bone, haberdasher. John Mapplebeck, of Carey-Street, Richard Ginger, of Queenhithe, falAtable-keeper.

Thomas Hathaway, of Cheltenham, in Thomas Govus, and William Manna Gloucester hire, linen-draper.

of Russel-street, Bermondsey, horte-hairThomas Wilcock Haighton, of Picca. manufacturers. dilly, linen-draper.

Jofeph 'Thorpe, of Boughton, Chester, Jonathan Buttall, of Greek-street, Soho, timber-merchant. ironmonger.

NOVEMBER 22. James Hawkins, of Carey-street, St. Francis Foulgham, of Nottingham, Clement Danes, carpenter.

iron-founder. Mary Smith, of Crispin-ftreet, Spital Robert Kay, of Buckingham-street, fields, carpenter

York-buildings, taylor. John Seddon, of Manchester, cotton Thomas Clark, of Portmouth, mafter manufacturer.

mariner. William Wharry, of Nottingham,

Richard Wood, of Stamford-bridge, in broker.

Yorkshire, miller. Matthew Worthington, of Norwich, William Palin, of Chalgrave, Bedforda' liren-draper.

fhire, innholder. John Long, of Luton, in Bedfordshire, John Macfarlane, of Mark-lạne, merwoolcomber.

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