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stanley, Preston; and Mine and Co. Temple.)
May 2. HOOPER, WILLIAM, Tenbury, Worcester, malt
ster, June 3, 4, and 20, Swan, Bursord, Salop. (Robinson, Tenburv.) May 9. HAZLEHURST, MEADOWS, Liverpool, pumpe
maker, June 21, George, Liverpool (leece, Lord-street, Liverpool; and Chester, Staple-ion.]
May 9. HLATH, WILLIAM, Hanley, Staffordshire, black.
smith, June 23, Roe Buck, Newcastle-inder. Lyme. [Prowse and Co. Essex-street, Strand.]
May 12. HALSE, THOS. HENRY, and Co. Maiden-lane,
Cheapside, bulton-nauufacturers, June 27. (Mallington, Gt. Surry.street; and Chilton, Chancery.
lane.) May 16. MIRST THOS. NELSON and Co. Huddersficia,
York, merchants, June 43, Rose and Crown, Hus. dersfield; and June 27, White Lion, Halifax. (scarcherd, Halifax; and Becket, Noble.street, Fuster-lane.) May 16. HALL, THOS. Reading, tailor, June 1, 3, and 30,
Angel, Reading. [Vines, Reading; and Jenkins
and Co. New-inn.) May 19. HILRERS, HERMAN GERHERD, St. Mary Axe,
merch. June 6, 13, and July 4. (Oakley and Co. Marun's-lane, Cannon-streer.) May 23. INGLEBY, THOMAS, Birmingham,
carrier, June 20, Doe, Sandon, Stafford. (Dent and Co, Stone, Stadiordsuile; and Walker, Lincnlu's-ind.). May 9. KINGSELL, JAMES, Blackwell, painter and gla. zier, June 20. (Godchild, Commercial cham.
bers, Minories.) May 9. LIDDELL, JOHN. Hudut r-field, York, corde
wainer, June 8 and 27, White Hari, Stafford. (Parker, Staford; and Thomas, Hind-court,
Fleet-street.) May 16. LAMB, JOHN, Crescent, Minories, merchant, Jone
2, 6, and 30. (Smitu, Puusbury-square.) May 19. LOU DON, JOHN CLAUDICS Lloyd's, Cittee.
house, and Warwick-rout, Holborn, therchant, June so. (Abrubam, Great Marlborough strett.) May 19. MAN, HARRY, Stoe, Calcutta, but now in the Fleet
Prison, dealer, June 13. [Drake, Old Fislı-street,
Doctor's-commons.) May 2. MILNE, GEORGE, Broad-street, merchant, June
20. (Smith and Co. Co. Draper's-wall.) May 9. MARTIN, JOUN, Mircham, Surrey, butcher, June
33. [Pritchard, Essex-street, Strand) Vry 12. BALKIN, THOS, Burslein, Staffordshire potteries, blue-colour.manufacturer, June 23, Rue Buck, Newcastle-under-Lyme. ( Wilson, Newcastle. under. Lyme ; and Wilson, King's Dench Walk,
Teinple.) May 12. MOORE, WH. Sowerby, York, cloth manufacturer, June 27, White Lion, Halifax. (Crosley,
Bradford; and Evans, Halton-garden.) May 16. NASH, WILLIAM, Bristol, dry-salter, Jane 16, Commercial Roonys, Bristol. (Bevan and Co.
Bristol; and Bourvillion and Co. Little Friday-
inn.) May 16.
lane.) April 28. 1 POWELL, WILL. Brock bury, Hereford, farmer,
June 9, Greyhound, Hereford. (Jaines, Hay,
Breconsbire; 'an Pewtress, Gray's.inn.) April 28. POLLGRAIN, HUGH, Fowey, Cornwall, ship. wrighi, Julle 1, X, and July 4, Ship, Foney's [Thompson: Gray's-ian-square; and Brown, Howey.) May 2 ROLLAND, FELIX. St. James's-street, Piccadilly. perfumer, June 16. (Walls, Kussell-square.) May 5. ROSE, JOAN Voss, Cambridge, brush maker,
Jane 23, Red lion, Cambridge. (Haggerston and Ca. Cambridge; and Croit, Chancery.lane.) Hay 12. STAN FIELD, ABRAHAM. Holebotion, York, fustian-inanufacturer, June 4. (Benuct, Token, bourg-yard.] April .
SIMMONS, THOS. Birmingham, dealer, June 13,
King's Head, Coventry. [Punton, Wine-officecourt.) May !. SPEAK, ARTHUR, Basinghall-strect, merchant,
June 18. [Blunt and Co. Broad-street-buildings.]
June 16. (Nichell, Union-court, Broad street.)
20, Bridgewaler Arms, Manchester. [Duckworth
and Co. Manchester ) Nay 9. SADD, JAME-, Greystuke place, Fetter-la. builder,
June 20. (Warrand, Church w, Fenchurch-st.)
Guildhall, Canterbury. [Plummer, Canterbury
2, and 27, George, Liverpool. (Bulmer, Liverpool;
and Clarke and Co. Chancery lane.) May 16, SANSUM, JOHN, Cree-church-lane, Leadenhalle
street, victualler, June 27. [Lewis, Crutchedfriarsi) May 16. TOMLINSON, CHARLES, Hawarilen, Flintsbire,
apothecary, June 16, Pied Bull, Chester. (Kelstall,
Chester; and Milne and Co. Teinple) May 5.
mer, June 16, Bell, Derby: [Brittlebank and Co.
inn.) May 5.
June 20. (Hartley, New Bridge-st. Blackfriars.)
Poplar, builder, June 20. (Walker, Lincoln's.inn.
star, Southainpion. (Clemeni, Southampton; and
lider draper, June 21, 25, and 90, Sessions lususe,
st. Lincoln's inn.) May 19.
June 9. Unicorn, Worcester. Bill, Worcester; and Beche, Devonshire st. Queen-sq.) Ayril 2. WILLIAMS, JOHN, Shrewsbury, in: keeper, June 9,
Unicorn, Surewsbury. (Cooper, Shrewsbury; and
Presland, Brunswick square. 1 April 28. WILKIN, JOHN, Preston, Lancashie, draper, June 16. Mitre, l'resion. (Howards, Preston ;
alid Norris, Johnst. Bedford-suw.] May 5. WALDER, EDWARD, Baitle, Sussex, tailor, June
20. (Martin, Battle, Suissex ; and Gregón, Angel.
co. Thronnontunost] May 9. WETHERELT, JAMES, Rocluster, hatter, June 20.
(Phipps, Weaver's hall.) May 9. WOOD WARD, WILLIAM, cannon-street, carpen.
ter, June 20. (Godmond, tarl-sireet, Blackfriars.)
June 6, 9, and 27. White Lion, Bristol. (Clarke, Bris
tol, and Jenkins and Co. New-inn.) My 16. WILLIAMS, SAV. and Co. Lily pot-lane, Noble-st.
st: aw.hat manuiacturers, Juner; and 27. (Brumell,
Church pas age, Guildhall.) May 16. WEBB, RICH Winslow, Hereford hire, farma't,
June !!, 14, and 30. Unicorn, Worcester.' (Robius .
son, Tenbury, Wo cestor.] Vay 19. WHITE, SAM Culver, Derbyshire, grocer, June so.
Bull, Worhsop (Beardshaw, Worksop; and
Allen,' arli-street, Soh! May 19. WH TEHOOSE, JOS. Sirarford on. Avon, mercer,
Jaie an 30, Shaakspeare, Sıraltro-on-14.11. [Tibbits, Stratford-on-Avon; and Price and Cu.
Lincoln's inn.) Vory 19. YOUN, JOHN, Gosport, harness maker, June 13, Mirre, Portsea. (Winkworth, Portsmouth; and
Allen, Cliffora's inn.) May 2. YOUNGHUSLANI), JOS. Liverpool, slip-broker,
June 1, 2, and 23. York holel, Liverpool. Garneli,
June 2, 6, and so. (Smitis, finsbury.69.] May 19.
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DIVIDENDS,
FROM TUESDAY, APRIL 28, TO SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1818. ABBOTT, P. D. Powis.pl. May 5 Fielde, W. London, June 16 Penfold, J. Goring, June 5 Amos, J. and Co. St. Helen's pl. Fowler, W. Leanington Priors, Porlington, A. Great Queen-street, May 30 June 15
June Arle, W. Tottenham court-road, Fisch, J. Colchester, June 13
Pinkerton, T. New Broad-st. Jone June 6
Greitun, F. Roll-ston, June 10 Ashley, W. Goswell-st, June 13 Greaves, J. P. and Co. King's-arms. Paternoster, W. Rochester, Juge? Abby, R. Poultry, June 13
ya June 6
Pidgeon, P. and Co. Stock ExBoby, R. N. Beccles, May 27 Goodian, s, Yorkshire, June 6
change Coffee house, June 13 Brooksbank and Co. Long la. May GrusB. Liverpool, June 3
Richardson, J. Kirkby, May 20 90 Dawkins, R. Bath, May 25
Ravenshaw, T. Liverpool, Junes Balls, A. Hare st. May 30 Ilalcrow, s. Trafalgar-sq. May 19 Ravenscroft, . Serle-st. June 6 Beazley, S. Parliament-st. May 16 Holmes, T. and Cu. Long acre, Nay Roper, J. Long Melford, June 6 Bullock, T. New Laith, May 19
Richardson, T. Norwich, June 17
Rayson, J. l'pper John st. June 15 Beech, J. Stone, June 10
Hewitt, C. Norwichi, May 28 Sewell. M. Lincoln, May 21 Boyer, A. Liverpool, June 3 Hampshire, J. Kirklcaion, May Schnieder, R. W.U. White LionBarnes, G. Ewell, June 2
Co. May 30 Baylis, G, Stapleton, June 12 Hendy, A. Gower st. May 26 Stone, J. Blackwater, May 19 Belial, T. Reading. June 2
Harvey, J. W. and Cv. High-st. Stolworth, G. Shenditeli, May 19 Buckle, M. York, June 9
Stewart, W. New Road. Mar va Bramley, H. Lloyd's Coffee-house, Deseus, W. Hinchley. June 4
Scotland, R. South Shields. May is June 2 Harley, J. Clifton, May 30
Sigsworth. J. Sunderland, Mays Brown, W. Sutton-at-Home, June Towardi, M. Careaton-st. June 6 liowett, C. si. Martin's-la. June 6 Scurr, R. Thirsk, May 30
Sowerby, T. New Bond-st. May 30 Baslee, C.W. Lambeth, June 6 Hackeit, W'. Langley, June 16 Salinon, M. and Co. Canterbury, Breton, J. L. Church la. June 16 Holland, J. Little Chelsea, June 13
savage, W. Corporation-tox, June Beckett, R. Westbury under-the-Hawill, T. Nine-Elms, Battersea, Plain, Wilts, June 10
Sanderson, B. P. Newgate-st. Jene Bayly, H. St. Alban's, June 9 Jolinsul, P. Plymouth. May 30 Bent, T. Shirland, Jame * Jacksund, W. and Co. Slepion. Spiers, J. Birmingham, June 9 Blakey, G. aud Co. Bishop Monck Maliert, June 26
Stenhenson, H. and Co. Millbank, ton, June 13 Jones, C. ('ann..nst. June 13
June 9 Calaum, M. Bridlington, May 19 krnell, J. Canon-st. May 30
Sewell, J. and Co. Hounslow, June Chamberlain, T. Lisson green, May Kenrington, J. P. and Co. London,
Sisson, 1. Lombard.st. June 16 Cramp, J. Otford, May 30 Leider, B. Pristol, May 95
Smith, W. P. Birmingham, June 1 Cox, W.H. Bread.st. Junc 6
Linder, R. Hari-sl. Vay 30 Scales, E. Kendal, June 13 Cock, S. Basinghall.st. June 27 Lewis, J. Bristol, May 20
Smith, J. Tabernacle-walk, June Cowper, N. A. Barton Berdisli, Junelice, J. Liverpool, June 1
ling, G. George-va. June 13 'Tweedale, J. Lancaster, May 90 Colebatch, G. Milnerton, June 20
Milligan, A. Wellington, May 21 Collison, T. and Co. Lombard st. Munio, W'. Upper Thames-st. May Twitchen, W. Kingsclere, May 28
Trippy. J. and Co. Bristol, May June 13
Taylor, 7. H. Totness, June 9 Coburn, T. Newland, June 13
May, W. Crispin.st. May so Travers, J. and Co. Lower Whitby, Chipperfield, T. Much-Hadham, Marsh, D. C. and Co.' Reading, May 29 June 13
Tuck, C. Shaftsbury. June 8 Durham, S. Harlow, May so Maniz, A. and Co. Wapping, June Thomas, J. Leadenhall-st. June 13 Diacon, W'. Parker-row, May 19
Thomson, J. and Co. Bilirer-sq. Darling, W. Kingston upon Hull, Miller, G Charnes Hall, June co July 11
Neeson, E. Aldermanbury, June Von Hein, J.T. Camomile-st. May Duveluz, P. E. Size-la. June 2
30 Dickinson, E. Liverpool, June 1 Medland, W, Goswell.st. June 13 Von Hosten, G. India Chambers, Dowding, T. West Siawer, June 9 Nesbitt, J and Co. Aldermanbury, May 30 Dubois, J. Brixton, May 26
laughan, T. Newport, Mav so Druilt, G. R. Winchesier, June 90 Newman, E. Lambeth Marsh, May Wilson, W. Bridgefield, May ?? Dunkin, J. Aldersgate-st. June 13 1.9
Welch, S. Church Minshull, May Fastman, T. (Teutot’s-la. Nay 5 Niglitingale, T. Wailing.street, Evans, H. B. Batlı, June +
Watson, J. Darington, Max 97 Elliott, C. Tiverton, June 15 Vashi, T. Chesham, June 9
Whitehead. J. and Co. CateatonEllis, W. Castlefield, June 19 Olient, J. (ochspur-st. June 6 $1. June 6 Emes, W. and Co. Church-row, Penfold, J. Gering, May 22 Woodward, W. Bankside, Nov. 91 June 13 Parry, J. Terwy, May 05
Wells, J. l'oland.st. June 6 Foss, J. Kingston-upon-Hull, June Park, T. Bantle, Jonico
Wyche, H. New Sarum, June 16 2
Pyne, J. Si, Jotun's st. June 6 Wood, J. Great Yarmouth, June 18 Fay. J. Upper George-st. June 27 Pucon, A. and Co. Old Gravellane, Wriuht, J. Stourbridge, June 16 Fowler, W. Leamington Triors, May 30
Walker, CW'. T. Exeter, June $ June 6
Peniston, R. and Co. Horncastle, Wilkin. J. Lancaster. June 13 Fowler, W. Lime-st. June 9
Yandail, E. Eari-at. May 19
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,
FROM TUESDAY, APRIL 28, TO SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1818. AINSWORTH, R. and Co. Bolholt, Constantine, J. Kendall, May 23 Ellison, E. Terbeck, May May 9
Carr, G. and Co. Sbellield, May 23 Evans, R. Grimley: June Aginlar, J. Demnahire-sq. June 9 Cook, J. Liverpool, May $o
Larle, J. Winchester, June 13 Bryant, J. sen. Barnet, May 19 Cooke, J. S. S. Golden-la. June 2 Tidlin, W. Manchester, May 26 Bimson, T. and Go. Upbollaud, Champiney, J. Balbi, June 0 Fawell, T. Leed., June 9 May 26
Chipperfield, T. Hertford, June 6 Ford, W. Manchester, June 13 Barker, S. Sheffield, June 2 Dancey, N. Bristol, June ? Gralton, E. Liverpool, May 26 Bishop', T. Warulurd.co. June 6 Dannali, R. Windley, June 9 Gilkes, W. Great Trinity-la. May 26 Howstead, C. Nantwich, June 6 Doeg, A. Newcastlc - npon Tyne, Sarside, R. Stockport, June 13 Broohs, W. Druitwich, June 13 June 19
Hilderbrant, C. Coleman-st. May 16
Hughes, H. Liverpool, May 19 Mann, S. Kingston-upon-Hull, May Smith, W. Oxford-st. June 13 Hiade, J. Liverpool, May 19
Starkey, W, Gutter-la. June 13 Hanley. J. Hornsey-la. May 19 Miller, J. Regent Terrace, May 30 Tyson, A. Crock Mill, May 23 Horner, W. Mile End, May 23 Mason, J. Cambridge, May 30 Todd,' T. Newcastle - upon - Tyne, Hazard, w, Great Yarmouth, May Miles, J. Uxbridge, June 6
June 9 SO
Miller, J. and Co. Holiwell-st. June Taylor, J. Wapping, June 13 Harvey, R. Oxford.st. June 6
Torr, J. St. John-sl. June is Hopps, T. Green Hammerton, June Nash, J. Haverlordwest, May 19 Uuring, J. H. Norwich, June 2
Nutt, T. Man, hester, June 13 Waddilove, J. London-terrace, May Hyland, W. Robertsbridge, June Peall, J. Borough-market, May 19
Wheeldon, G. Bersal, May 19 Joseph, S. and Co. Winchester-st. Plimmor, T. Brailsford, May 26 Walker, T. Rochdale, May 28 May 19 Parry, J. Denbigh, June 13
Ware W. H Bow-st. May 20 Jacobs, A. Portsmouth, May 03 Reeve, T. Bucklersbury, May 19 Wilson, J. Shrewsbury, May 26 Ketcher, E. Thorpe, Essex, May 19 Robinson, M. Fewstone, May 23 Wright, w. N. Stapleford Abbott, Kershaw, T. W.Southwark, May 30 Rycroft, J. Idle, May 30
May 30. Levens, W. T. Gutter-la. May 23 Russell, J. Old Change, June 13 Wilks, J. Finsbury-sq. May 30 Leonard, S. Bristol, June ?
Scott, G. London, June g
Wood, W. Monythusloyne, June Luscombe, N. Kingsbridge. June 9 Swinnerton, W. Fillouglıley, June 6 Wixglesworth, W. Halifax, Jone Moore, G. Liverpool, May 20 Smith, J. Friday-st. June g West, T. Gracechurch-st. June 9
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP,
FROM TUESDAY, APRIL 28, TO SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1818. ADDY, G. Brownell, J. and Taylor, W. Sheffield, Fletcher, E. Glover, P. and Hewett, C. deceased, cutlers.
St. Helen's, Lancaster. Armstrong, W. White, J. and Armstrong, W. New. Fowler, J. Chancery-la. and Whybrew, W. Little castle, common brewers.
Peter st. Westininster, joiners. Appleton, W. and Appleton, S. Kingston upon-Hull, Forwood, G. and Williams, W. Liverpool, commercorn and coal merchants.
cial-brokers. Appleby, T. and Longdale, H. Ripon, Yorkshire, Garnett, J. and Duck, D. Groré mews, James,st. surgeons.
Marylebone, arnetto-manufacturers. Andrews, C. E. and Hawkins, T, F. Old Swan Gibson, H. and Dillon, J. Smeeling's-alley, Corn. Wharf, Chelsea, coal.me chants.
hill, merchants. Brooke, H. J. and Simes, J.'T. Hasing! all-st. Goolden, J. Shanklin, J. and Balmer, T. Chester, Bold, G. and French, W. Haitwheele, Northumber. common carriers. land, brewers.
Gill, J. Bray, W. and hornbrook, S. Taristock, Barker, J. and Fereday, B. Birmingham, platers. iron-founders. Billing, W. and Bagelot, R. Plymouth-dock, linen. Hlbrook, J. and Churches, J. Addle-st. Alderman, drapers.
bury, woollen. factors, Bangs, C. and Bavgs, G. Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, Hesseliine, T. and Lebrun, P. P. King-st. Covente carpenters.
garden, chemists. Briggs, B. Hayes, E. and Briggs, S London, Turkey Higuam, J. and Goodshaw, R. Freckleton, Lanca. merchants.
shire, coal-merchants. Brook, T. and Brook, J. Kinver, Staffordshire, tim. Hammond, T. and Northwood, T. St. Swithin's-la. ber-merchants,
coal-merchants. Brierley, T. and Harrison, J. Marsden-sq. Man. Holmes, J. Hillatt, S. and Sanders, T. Water-la. chest, dealers in printed and cotton goods.
Tower-st. sugar-brokers, Bidwell, J. Barrett, M. and Bidwell, J. G. St. Tho Hill, A. C. Glover, W. M. and Smith, W. H. Tor. mas Apostle, Exeter, wine-merchants.
tola, dealers. Beech, T. Whitaker, R. and Branon, J. Rother Jefferies, 1. and Legge, B. Cheltenham, blacksmiths. hithe, shipwrights.
Kington, T. Deane, M. A. and Bettington, s. $t. Baylis, J. and Aickin, J. Upper Marylebone-st. Philip and Jacob, Gloucestershire, white lead pawnbrokers.
manufacturers. Bailey, W. and Bailey, G. Long-acre, corriers. King, B. and Ramsay, H. Limehouse, boat builders. Brightwell, R. and Harrison, B. Canterbury,
Lees, J. and Lees, s. Manchester, cotton-Dierchants. plombers.
Lyall, G. and Robertson, W. Percy Banks, NorthBenson, S. and Horncastle, W. East Tilbury Wharf, umberland, brick and tile manufacturers. coal merchants.
Last, M. and Mann, C. Ipswich, carriers. Brigi.tmore, W. Hyde, J. and Marsh, W. Gains. Little, S. and Tapson, J. M. St. Jermyn's, Cornwall, burgh, Lincolnshire, common-carriers.
coal-merchants. Brine, H. Hippisley, H. and Scrace, H. Sbepton Lotherington, E. and Campion, J. Great Tower-st. Mallett, dealers.
ingurance-brokers. Coupland, J. and Smith, J. Lincoln, wholesale Mitchell, J. and Venn, J. Sweeting's-alley, Cornhilly brewers.
public-notaries. Carnes, T. and Rann, F. G. Liverponl, plumbers. Macbraire, J. Henderson, R. Henderson, P, and Chapman, B. Norfolk, J. and Kettlewo:th, J. H. Hardie, J. Edinburgh, merchants. Leeds, cloth-merchants.
Milne, R. Withington, T. S. and Randolph, R. Phi. Cripps, $. Baker, T. sen. Cole, J. and Kern, J. ladelphia and Manchester. Abingdon, bankers.
Marsden, W. N. and Simpson, R. Manchester, corn. Coudroy, C. H. and Rathbone, W. Manchester, dealers. printers.
Morgat royd, J. sen. Murgatroyd, W. Murgatroyd, Darison, A. and Ellis, J. Chester, wine merchants. J. jun. and Muryatroyd, T. worsted-spinners. Dudley, R. L. Done. T. Rey, L. Bodenhurst, B. Marwood, T. and Gowland, M. d. Whitby, York,
and Skerrett, J. Whitrgati, Cheshire, salt-pro wine-merchants. prietors.
Marsden, J. Bid, w, and Marsden, w. Great Downes, W. and Ashworth, J. Manchester, makers. Tower st. agents:
Musgrove, R. and Meriton, H. Houndsditch, men's. Dibble, H. and Owen, J. Salford, shopkeei ere.
mercers. Davies, c. and Fidler, W. H. Lower Thaines-st. Nicholson, B. and Clay, D. P. Newark-upon-Trent, agents.
silversmiths, Davison, C. and Siinpson, C. R. Liverpool, dealers. Nixon, J and Wolley, G. Tunstall, Stafford, manu. Edmundson, J. Leach, R. and Heskin, T. Black, facturers of earthenware. burn, Lanca bire, cotton-inanufacturers.
Nelson, G. and Bannister, D. Halifax, Yorkshire, Ellis, J. Trevasso, J. D. and ( ornisli, J. Falmouth, wool staplers. tallow.chandlers.
Nicholson, T. and Dodd, R. Newcastle upon Tyne, Fox, T. and Cox, W. Bitton, Gloucester, horse plasterers. dealers.
Newmarch, C. and Harris, H. W, Cheltenham. Favenc, A. Walter, w, and Walter, W. H. London, attornies. merchants.
Noti. K. and De Lisle, W. Briato, ironmonger, Fournier, G. Gore, R. and Gore, J. Cheapside, ware. Pearson, w, and Burrell, S. 4 din Hungjon, hreusemen.
liner.drapers. Europ. Mag. Vol. LXXIII. May 1813.
Paris, A. A. and Myers, W. Took's.co. Chancery-la. Tyler, W. and Gitto, G. R. Bristol, tobacco and printers.
snuff inanufacturers. Porritt, J. and Swetnam, G. Minories, cheesemon. Traer, W. Humphrey, W. and Juliff, J. Redruth, gers.
Cornwall, manufacturers of black-lead pois. Potts, R. and Maurice, W. Holborn-hill, linen. Thorne, J. and Marker, J. Bristol, silk-wearers. drapers.
Taylor, W. and Linstrum, s. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Pocock, C. sen. Golden, T. and Pocock, C. M. jun. cabinet-makers. Bouverie-st. Fleet-st. iron-masters.
Thompson, s. sen. and Watson, W. Wakefield, Pollard, s. and Pollard, W. Bristol, line:1.drapers. corn-factors. Plater, J. and Batchelor, J. Baldwin's-pl. Baldwin's. Thorne, s. and Thorne, J. Carhampton, Somerset. gardens, paper.makers.
shire, farmers. Pickwick, E. Woodhouse, R. and Pickwick, M. Bath, Tarbck, w. Leadbetter, H. and Houghton, P. coach-masters.
Sutton, Lancaster, brewers. Poolly, T. and Cox, J. Maidstone, maltsters. Trafford, T. Cox, J. and Witherhead, J. Derby, irunPierce, J. and Gnecco, G. Basing-la, merchants.
mongers. Rumford, R. W. and Ashby, J. Bartholomew-la. Tunstall, P. and Harrington, G. King-st. Snow-hill, Royal-exchange, stockbrokers.
distillers. Raingill, C. and Kaingill, D. Manchester, tobacco Ure, J. and Miller, J. Glasgow. nists.
Whitworth, E. and Smith, S. Bury, Lancaster, dra. Rhodes, E. Champion, T. Crawshaw, J. and Rogers, peri. M. jun. Shetfield, merchants.
Walton, P. and Whitehead, T. Church-passage, Old Rnss, J. and Bates, E. Halifax, woolstaplers.
Jewry, insurance.brokers. Rutter, J. and Dodson, T. Joiner-st. Southwark, Westwood, R. and M‘Lachlan, 1. Postern.roy, hop-merchants,
Tower bill, wa:ch-makers. Ruiter, E. Rutier, s, and Wade, S. Bristol, brush Withers, E. and Morris, W. Portsea, curriers and makers.
leather sellers. Rhodes, A. Claplam, T. and Rhodes, J. W. Leeds, Walker, J. and Walker, J. Skircoat, Yorkshire, merchants.
corn-dealers. Skey, R. S. and Mathews, J. Birmingham, carriers. Webb, J. Webb, J. W. and Webb, J. Portsea, Stephenson, T. and Pierpont, T. Brighthelmstone, Hants, gardeners and seedsmen. linen-drapers.
Warwick, T. and Ridout, J. P. Ipswich, linen-dra. Sherwooul, R. and Sherwood, J. Lambeth, brick pers. layers and plasterers.
Waring, F. and Nott, J. Whitechapel-road, grocers. Shippin, P. and Senier, Z. Shoreditch, linen drapers. Westbrook, E. and Smith, W. Kent-road, glee. Samuel, J. Salisbury, R. and Jones, J. Liverpool, makers, tobacconists.
Wheatherhead, T. and Benstead, J. S. Cold-bath-54. Smith, B. and Smith, S. Tenbury, Worcestershire, retail linen-drapers. carpenters.
Webb, J. and Schofield, J. Sheffield, knife-manu. Stikeman, w. Stevenson, H. and Clout, G. Maid. facturers. stone, brandy.merchants.
Young, F. and Tritton, H. Whitechapel, copperThompson, W. T. Harding, J. and Holtby, W. smiths. Leeds, bankers.
Young. T. M. Blaylock, s. and Smith, J. New. Tanner, J. N. Tanner, C. Windeatt, T. and Win. castle-upon-Tyne, merchants.
deati, w. Totness, Devon, sellmongers.
LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c.
(Continued from page 372.) THOMAS HEPTENSTALL, of Doncaster, York flame from the wind and weather, are adapted to the
shire, Machine-maker; for an inprovement production of a clear light, by the combustion or deupon the engine or machine for cutting or reducing composition of the said purled oil or spirit therein, into what is called chaff, different articles, as dry and in the use of the said purified essential oil or spi. fodder for horses and cattle. Dated Marcireh, 1818. rit in such lamps. Dated April *, 1818.
GEORGE WYKE, of Bath, Somersetshire, JOHN JAMES ALEXANDER N'CARTHY, of Esquire ; and WILLIAM SAMPSON, of Bristol, in No. 4, Spring-gardens, Westminster, Middlesex. the same county, Merchant; for improvements in Gentleman; for a method or methods of applying pumps, which improvements are applicable to ma, granite or other materials in the making, construct chinery of various descriprions. Dated March 14th, ing, or forming parements, pitching and covering 1818.
for streets, roads, ways, and places. Dated April 8, JOHN READ, of Tipton, Staffordshire, Gentle. 1818. man ; and WILLIAM HOWELL, of Wednesbury, WILLIAM ANNESLEY, of Belfast, Ireland, in the same county, Ground Bailiff; for a new Architect; for certain improvements in the con. systern of working and getting the main or thick structing ships'- boats and other vessels. Dated mine of coal. Dared March 14th, 1819.
April 8, IMIR. RICHARD PENN, of Richmond Hill, Surrev ; WILLIAM HOPKINSON, of High Holborn, Midfor a mode of manufacturing ornamental wooden dlesex, Coach-maker; for a machine or apparatus furniture by the application of machinery. Dated to prevent the wheels of carriager, carts, coaches, March 14th, 1918,
and all other carriages, from coming off hy accident, JOHN ASHTON, of Great Tower street, London, and which he intends to denominate or call a Wheel Wine merchant; and THOMAS GILL, of Greek Detainer. Dated April 8, 1818. street, Soho, Middlesex, Hydrometer Manufactu. GEORGE WHITHAM, of Sheffield, Yorkshire, rer; for certain improveinants in or on instruments Manufacturer of Spindles ; for certain inachinery and apparatus for ascertaining the strength of spi. for grinding. glazing, and dressing, small cotton ritumus liquors, and alen the specific gravity of and woollen spindles, for pinning or fenney, bilk, fluids and metals, Dated March 14, 18.8.
and mule, and other kind of inachine for fine work. SIR THOMAS COCHRANE, Kniglie, commonly Dated April 8, 1818. called LORD COCHRANE ; for a working or mak. WILLIAM BOOTH, of Eckington, Derbyshire, ing of a manufacture, being lamps for streets, which Turner in Wood; for a method or process of making. effectuate and regulate the combustion of a certain by a certain machine or machines, wooden clogs for purified essential oil or spi it, obrained from dif paltens, wooden clogs or soles for sboes, and a ferent lignenus, carbonaceous, or bituminous sub. description of wooden clogs commonly called or stances, usually called spirits of tar or oil of tar, known by the name of the Devonshire clogs, or by and also working or making a manufacture, being an whatsorver other name or names, description or arrangement or artangtinths of parts of lamps, descriptions, the same several cings or soles are whereby all other lamps in which Annie is incloser, commonly called, known, described, or distine -as in street lampe, wiihin glass vessels or caser, guished. Dared April 8, 1-18. capable of trausmitting light and of proiecting the WILLIAM CHURCH, late of the New Colter.
house, Sweeting's-alley, Cornhill, London, but now of Clifton-street, Finsbury-square, Gentleman; for certain improveinents in the steam-engine. Dated April 8, 1818.
GILBERT LANG and ROBERT SMITH, both printers in Glasgow ; for a mode of producing the Sevis new deep and pole reds by topical mor. caunts and a pale blue discharge on said reds. Dated Aprill, 1618.
ROBERT CLAYTON, of Nelsor-street, Dublin, Anist, for a method of depositing or inserting cere tain metals, or a mixture of metals, in wood, ivory, bone, horn, paper, and pottery-ware, whereby the
old and tedions process of inlaying may be superseded, and the same effects be permanently produced in a shorter time, and a less expense, than by any other process now in use.
Dated April 16, 1818.
WILLIAM CRAWSHAY the younger, of Cyf. arthfa Iron works, Glamorganshire, Esquire, and DAVID MUSHET, of Coleford, Gloucestershire, Iron-master; for their improvements for the making and manufacturing nf bar or other iron for certain refuse, slags, or cinders, in the smelting of copper ores, in the manufacturing of copper, Dated April 15, 1818.
VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER,&c. at Nine o'clock A.M.
By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL. 1818 BaromTher. Wind Obser. 1818 Barom her W'ind Obser. Apr. 26 29.21
56 S Fair 27 29.37
11 29.56 5+ SSW Ditto 28 29.79 54 SW Ditto
12 29.57 56 W Ditto 29 39.94 52 SE Ditto
13 29.32 54 SW Ditto 30 29.65 NE Rain
14 29.31 53 SW Ditto May | 29.74 51 W Fair
15 99.43 55 NE Ditto 2 29.80 50 E Ditto
16 29.52 54 N Ditto 3) 29 68 56 SW Rain
17 29 61 56
N Ditto 4 29.54 55 W Fair
18 29.78 61
Dilto 5 29.45 52 SW Ditte
19 29.94 55 NE Dilto 6 29.28 53 S Rain
20 30.03 56 N Ditto 71 29.27 | 55 W Ditto
21 30 13 52 NE
Ditto 8 29.50 58 S Fair
22 30.21 51
Ditto: 9/ 29.52 | 54 SW Rain
231 30.28 53 E Ditte
IDAY, APRIL 24, TO MAY 15, 1818.
for Lumps, which continues; the market COTTON.-The extensive sale at the may be stated a shade lower.- Molasses reEast-India House was brought forward this main steady.-10 Foreigo Sugars there is forenoon, and from the great quantity of lille doing. Bengals, it was believed the prices would go COFFEE.-There was a considerable off exceedingly low; the sale was in con public sale brought forward yesterday : the sequence well attended; the whole went of ordinary descriptions went off at high pri. with spirit, and greatly higher than what ces, rather realizing an advance on the late had been anticipated, fully maintaining the rates by private contract; the five Cotfee late prices.-Bengals from 10fd. to 12&d; went a shalle lower. besides the East-India Company's sale, 888 RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.bales Surats were brought forward to auce The Ruin market continues exceedingly tion this forenoon.; the prices 15 d. to heavy; there are few porelases since our 16fd.; and 100 bags Berbice 2s. 1d. to Jast, and generally tre prices may be stated 29. 24d. The sales by private contract since a shade lower. - The demand for Brandy our last are-1400 Pernams 28. ld. to has entirely subsided; were sales forced in 23. 24d.: 87 Surinams, 2s. to 2s. Id.; 600 the present languid state of the market, the Sorats 14 d. to 174d. ; 300 Bengals 101d. quotations could not be realized ; the hole to Ild.
ders are however not eager to effect sales, + SUGAR.-The demand for Sugar early on account of the, unfavourable reports in the week was very considerable, and from France. - There have been few sales from the scarcity of good parcels, the hol. of Geneva; the prices are unvaried, ders realized prices a share bigher; the O11- There have been considerable request has since given way, and the market transactions in Whale Oil; several rather currency cannot be stated at any variation extensive parcels have been changing hands; since our last; the wind continues easterly, the prices are a shade higher. which will prevent any pew supplies from RICE.-The demand for Rice has consi. being brought to market.
derably subsided : 3520 bags Last-India, by The demand for retired goods has rather public sale, met with no buyers; the whole subsided, with the exception of the request was takeu iu 21s, 60. a 21s.