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' cess of the above plan. the Coloners. shoulders with consider-

Lately, at York races, in consequence able vigour and activity, in the picaeiice

' of Mr. Bromfard*s declining to ride, of a great number o( ladies. All the

• Mrs. Thornton walked, or rather can- gentlemen in the place, who ap|>carfd
tenad, in a most excellent style over the highly indicant at this gross and violent

< course, accompanied by Col .'Thornton, outra^, hissed at and loudly hootc4
for 4 hogsheads of cffttroti, 2000 gui- Mr. 1*. who was immediately aarsted

• neas, h. ft. and for 6000 guineas, p. p. on the spot Jby order of the lord niaygr
bet by Mrs. llioniton. Afterwards of York, and several'^ magistrates who
commenc^^ match, in which the same were present, and- was tal^n into cus-
kdy war to ride two miles aoainst Mr. tody b)r the city ninners, until he can

' Btiokle, the jockey so well known at. fina bail, himself in the sum of lOOOl.
Newmarket, and other places, as a rider and two sureties in the sum of 5001.
4»f the first celebrity. Mrs. Thornton e^ch. Tlie Colonel was also bound

- appeared dressed for the contest, in a o^-er to prosecute the party for an aa-

- tourple cap and waistcoat, nankeen co-. sault, when Mr. F. was carried off the
loured skirts, purple shoes, and em-, stand by the city runners : the wannest
broidered «tocking8. She was in perfect, expressions of the public disapprobsttioa

' health and spirits, and seemed eager for followed him until he was entirely out

• "the decision of the match. Mr. Buckle of sighu

• was dressed in a blue cap, with a blue Ireland.

bodied jacket and white sleeves. Mrs. DieJ."] At his house at Fortiiel<L
Thornton oarried 9 stone 6 pounds, and near Rath faniham, aged near 70, the
Mr. Buckle 13 stone (> pounds. I1ie Hon. Barry, Lord Viscount Avonnorc,
riders started exactly at naif-past three Baron Yelverton, Lord Chief Baron of
o'clock : Mrs. 1 hornkm took the lead,, the £xehcqacr, and Registiar of tlie
which she kept for some time; Mr.. Court of Chancery in I rclaqd.' The Ia|e

- Bockle then put in trial his jocke}'$hb, Viscount A. was called to the bar, in
and passed the lady, which he kept for the year 1 7^., and appointed Attorney
only a few lengths, when Mrs. Inorn- General hi 1 782 ; from whieji office he
ton, by the most excellent horsemanship, was advanced to the chief seat in ibe
pushed forwards, and came in, iu a style Exchequer in 1763. His loidship xoft

• superior to any thing ever witnessed on to his hi^ rank and s^tiom prio^pally
the ground, gain'mgher race by just half by his shinins talents, having been ge-

• a neck. The manner of Mrs. Ihom- ncrally consioered not only as a profound

• ton*s riding tsof the first description; in laivycr, and eloquent orator, but an ac-
' her jockevship she is bold and steady, compii^hed scholar. He b succeeded

- and in the management of her horse in his titles by the Hon. William YeU

- perfect. On her winning, she was verton, who married Marv, eld^
nailed with the most reiterated shouts daughter of John Rcarf, ^n rS^aamVM^ j^
of approbation* which reverberatid in Uao^pshixe*

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AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN. I8»

|» the Winchester Quarter of 8 Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll, of HOlbt.
Avondupoise, from the Retutns received in the Week ended Aug. 17, 1805.

INLAND COUNTIES. MARITIME CPUNTlES.




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Cambridge
3 Norfolk . .

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34 XI Cumberland .
3^ m Westmorland
31 aflLancascer . .
22 yfl Chester . . .

33 olFlint

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

HARVEST has commenced, generally, in the southern, and heat parts of the
country 9 and under far better appearances than could hafve been suppoaed^
from the cold and variable Summer, which has just past. Accord ine to appear^
ances, which it is to be hoped will not deceive us, although we find tnat too fre^
quently the case, whep we get the length of the threshing floor, on lands of the
above description, somewhat more than an average crop is expected. They talk
of three quarters of wheat per acre; of barley upwards of five; of oats the sauie)
of pease ^ree and a half; and of beans three quarters: all of good quality. There
win be some smutty wheat ; but happily not so much as might have been expected.
The com which has been laid by the rains has taken very little damage; out in
cmine wiU be morq expensive to reap: price lOs. to 18s. per acre for wheat in.
Kent, Sussex, Essex, and Herts. Labourers in great plenty, and well paid in
eenenl. The fly did some damage to the early turnips, but that crop, including
the Swedish, promises well, as do the tares, and every other, excepting hops^
which are totally destroyed in some parts, and good in none. Sprine wheat has
succeeded generally, and will add considerably to the stock, which is farther
strengthened by a gnat quantity of foreign wheat on hand, and, perhaps, nearly
an e^ual quantity ordered on speculation : prices daily declining. On the hills,
and m poor distncts, the crops cannot be expected of so great promise; but there
it at least a larse bulk of straw ; as in those parts, they are not yet ready for bar-
yot, much will depend on the weather whicn may hereafter ensue. I'he country
bfofl of beef and mutton ; but very short of hogs* and pigs, fieef, mutton, and
lamb, 59. per stone^ at Smithfield ; veal from 4s. to 5s. 6d. ; dairy pork, 5s. 4d. f
town bacon, 6s.
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BILL of MORTALITY, from JULY 23,



BURIED.



CHRISTENBO.

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Peck Loaf 5s 2d, 5s ?d, 5«^d, 5s Id j^
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JLLPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTCIES AND DIVIDENDS,

July 23, 1805, to August 24, 1805, inclusive.

[Extracted from the Lomlon Gasette.]

clesfied.^ Graham,' J. K.* Tovety,

Cornwall, merchant (Brown, Fowey .)

HaH,T. FromeSelwood, Sometsetshire».

clothier (Rotton, Fromc.) Hill, J.



BANKRUPTCIES.



fThe Solicitors* Names are between
parentheses.]

ABNEY, ll. Ashbv.de-la-2^uch,
Ldcestershire, bricKiuaker (Smith,
Ashby<-de-la-2Souch.) Anoell, H.H.

. New Bond*street, haberdasher (Berry,
Wallbroqk.) Aberdein, A. lisle-
street, Leicester-fields, merchant
(Ross and Co. New Boswell-court,

. Carey-street. )

Boidderiey, J. Wohrerharopton, Stafford-
shire, droggist (Biddle, Wolverhamp.

* ton.) Bhint, J. and R. Scollay,
Coal ExchaJiee, London, coaifactors
(Allan, London-street, Fenchurch-
strect.) Becic, A. Oxford-street,
iadler(BeckeU, Clement Vinn.) Ben-

• nell, J. Goulds tone-square. White-
chapel, builder (Stratton, Shoreditch.)

• Barrow, £. N. Lcadenhall-street,
baker (Taylor, Old-stieet-road.)

Canning, L. the younger, Henley in
Arden, Warwickshire, thread manu-
facturer (Lea, Henley in Arden.)
Coop, J. and R. Walker, Stratfoid,
Essex, calico-printers (Roach, Ni-
cholas-lane, Lombard-street.)

Duprd, G. Upper Grosi'enor-place,
▼ictuaUer (Crosfield and Co. Salis-
bury-street.) Dawson, J. (3opthal|.
buildings, warehouseman (Hunt,
Temple.) Diamond, J. F. Dean-
street, Westminster, hair-dresser
(Dove 9nd Co. Elm-court, Temple.)
Dodgson, G. Kendal, Westnioreland,



Towcester, Northamptonshire, grocer
(Kiiby, Towcester.) Hitchcock; J*
Oxfoni-street, picture-dealer (Kibfal»>
white and Co. Inner Temple-kuie.)
Heywood, W. Marsden, Yorkshire,
cotton-spinner (Alexander, Haliftx.)
Hemrem, J. Lime Kilns, East Greeow
wich, corn-dealer (Flcxney, Chan-
cery-lane.) Hindle,T. Pancraa-place,
Middlesex, bricklayer (Taylor, Toqk*s-
court, Chanceiry-lane.) ifimsworttb
W. Walton, York, coro-<i«alef
(Scholcfield, Hoihuiy.) Herbert, T.
Dowgate-hill^ merchant (JacksonSf
Wallbrook.) Hubberaty, J. L. Lin*
coin Vinn, cotton-spinner (Cooper
and Co. Southampton-buildui^
Chanceiy-lana.) Hughes, W. Cto«i-*
court. Long-acre, money*KriYenc^
(Burdon, St. Andrew's-oourt, Hol-
bom.) Hughes, M. Burr-cdurt^
Love-lane, wool-merchant U^lUcIl^
Fore-street.)
Johnson, W. Edeware-road, collar*
maker (Impey and Co. Inner Temple
lane.) Jackson, W. Manchestetv
hat-lining-cutter (Duckwordi aod
Co. Manchester.) Johnson, C.
Marquis of Granby-yard, Knigjbts-
bridge, stable keeper (MinahuU and
Co. Millbank-street.) Jon^, R. S.
Mark -lane, corn-dealer (Adams^ Old
Jewry.)



uocer (Rigby, New Citv Chambers.) Ludlam,j Stoke Bruem,Northamptoii«



Edgar, J. New Sarum, Wiiuhire, sur-
geon (Hodding, jun. Salisbury .S

Fletcher, G. Nottingham, dealer (Berry,
Wallbrook.) Freeman, T. St. Mar-

' tin s-le-grand, wine-merchant (Bar-
row, Hireadneedle-street.) Feltliam,
S. New Sanim, Wilts, tailor (God-
win. New Sarum.)

Goostry, P. Rushton, Staffordshire,
cotton-spinner (Wad8worth> Mao-



victualler (Watford and Co. Banbury.)
Lovelock, C Durham-street, Strand,
dealer in wine (A^'illiams .and Co.
Austin Friars.) • Larkins, E. Shefford«
Bedfordshire, shopkeeper (Chapouui*
Biggleswade.) Leakin, J. Worcester-^
street, Southv^rk, millwright (Smith*
Adelphi.) 'Lambert, G. Holbom,
victuall.r (Ellis, James-»tieet, Buck«



4UpliaU6ad Liit rf Benknipfeia md Dimdrndi.



m



e, B. M. Worcester, moxiev-

fcrivener (Price, Woroester.) M*-

, Caon, W. BUckwail, victualler
(Rutherford* Bartholomew % close . )

• Modle, J. BinQingham, factor (£1-
kingtOD, Birmingham.) Moggrid^,
Anna, Cianboume-street, Leicester*
square, milliner (Wells, Wood-street,
Spitaliields.)

Kewall, J. Brbtol, merchant (Davis,
Bristoi.)

ORdcQ^ R. Bottany, Ashton-under*
line, cottOD'spinner (Oldham, Man*
Chester.)

tiehaidby, J. jun. Duiham, joiner
(Maynaid, Durham.) Robertson, D.
Biahops^te*without, lailor (Beau-
nin, Unton-street, Bbhopsgate.) Ri-

. chaids, J. Prince*s*stair8,Rotherhithe,
fictnaller (HoUoway, Chanceiy-lane.)
Rolfe, /. Bream*9-buiidings, Chan-
ceiy-lane, timber-merchant (Ailing,
bam, St- John's-square.) RenneR,
W. jun. Tekjiimouth, DeYOoshire,
shopkeeper (ftideaux, Totness.) '

StsiT, J. Worcester, brandy-merchant
(Price, Worcester.) Stone, W.

. Korwood Common, hop-merchant
(MangnuU, Warwick-souare, New-
gate^reet.) Sizeland,'J. Wimpole-
street, Cavendish-square,tailor (Smith,
Robert-street, Addphi.) Smtthson,
R Kingston upon Hull, inkeeper
(Rttson, Hull.) Smith, W. Basing-

. iMie, warehouseman (Ruthford, Bar-
tholomew-close. ) Scholefield, J . Ca-
teston stieet, warehouseman (Lamb,
Akiersg^te-street.) Suymaker, J.
^edcross-street, tallow-chandler (Vin-
cent and Co. Bedford-street, Bedford-
square.) Skter, T. Leicester, arocer
(Kivin|^OD, Fenchurch-street Build-
ings.) Smith, R. Lutterworth,
LeieesterBhire, meroer (WaUon, Lut-
terworth;)

•iWms, S. Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leices-
toshire, miller (Smith, Ashby-de-la-

■ Zouch.) Thomas J. Lightpill, and

A. Bond, Stanley's End, Gloucester-

sbtie, dolhiers (Croome, Strand,

Gl^certttshire.)

Wood, J. Bromley, Lancashire, cotton-

•Httner (Beaidsworth and Co. Black-

iHini.) Warden, T. Darlington, Dur-

W, innkeeper (Clayton and Co.

^ Newctsde-upon-Tyne.) Wing, W.

^^saifoid, Lincolnshire, victualler

(Bedifer, Stamford.) Winwood, £.

*dS.Thodey, Poultry, Scotch-fac-

tofi (Coilin&, Spttalrsquare.) Whit-

. •jll, W. Milton, Kent, miller (Hinde,

liiltoQ.) Wiiliama, J. Le^h, Lan*



cashire, cabioei-maker (TVoo^^tODt
Preston.)

DIVIOBITDS.

Alderson, C. of Beccles, Suffolk, gro«

. cer, Aug.31. *Aris, J. and W. lay-
lor, Oxford, corn-dealers, Sep. 3.
Arthy, £. Liverpool, master and
manner, Sep. 10.

Barr, J'. Wantage, Berkshire, money-
scrivener, Aug. ly, Beaver, W. and
J. Jones, both of Bradford, Wiltshire,
clothiers, Sep. 4. Baker, T. and J.
Shorland, Exeter, woollen-drapcrsp
Aug. 31. Barker, T. Brickwall,
Herts, victualler, Aug. 28. Big-
wood, J. Basinghail-street, ware-
houseman, Oct. 19. Bartlett, R.
Stretton upon Dunsmore, Warwick-
shire, timber-merchant, Sep. 21.
Bird, W. W. Coventry, silk-manu-
facturer, Sep, 28.

Carpenter, J. Thetford, Norfolk, dealer,
Aug. 20. Cox, D. the elder, and
D. Cox, the younger, Mark-lane,
brandy-merchants, Aug. 17. Cory,
G. ureat Yarmouth, upholsterer,
Aue. 10. Charles, J. and T. Loft,
Friday-street, warehousemen, Aug.
21. Chaddock, J. and R. Keay,
Wigan, Lancashire, potters, Aug. 21 »
Cook, C. Great New-street, St.
Bride*s, taitow-chandler, Nov, 5.
Curris, J. and H, P. GrifRn, Lud-
gate-hill, oil and colourmen, Aug>
28. Chivers, W. Newgate-street,
upholder. Aug. 28; Coulson, T.
. Fenchureh-street, cheesemonger, Sep.
3. Cox, J. Leighton Buzzard, com-
mefchant, Aug. 27. Carr, B. Heck-
mondwike, Yorkshire, carpet-manu^
facturer, Sep. 14.

Dunsford, M. Basinghall-sireet, mer-
chant, Sep. 28. Day, £. Colling-
bourne Ducis, Wiltshire, farmer,
Aug. 2 1 . Dike» C. Abingdon-street,
boot and shoe-maker, Aug. 2 1 . Den«»
ton, G. Kingston upon Hull, carrier.
Sep. t), Ddnpey, W . Windsor, apo-
thecary, Sep, 23.

Espener, C. Kingston upon Hull, wool-
teo^raper, Auj;. 23. Estlin, N.
Hinckley, Leicestershire, hosier^
Aug. 27.

Eraser, T. and T. Bolston, Nicholas*
lane, mercliants, Dcc. 5. Faulkner,
J. Macclesfield, druggist, Se{f. 16'.

tjiowland, G. Chandos-street, merchants
Aug. 14. Gregory, A. Tavistock-
stieet, tailor, Aug. 21. Gardner, F.
Buti-lane, Deptlord, mariner, Oct.

^ 22. Geary, T. Austin-friars, mer-
chant Sep. 17. qdi. w. s. St,



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Ive*Sy Kunttogdonshire, shopkeeper^
Sep. 24.

Hlttnris, W. Drury-lane, woollen>draper,
July 27. Houldsworth, A. and H.
Gravenofy BasinghalUstreet, ware-
housemen, Aag. } 7- Hill, S. Bi-
shopsgate-strcet, oil and colourmon,
Aug. 28. Hairis, J. Exeter, coaeh-
maker, Aug. 27 • Hardman, J . Man-
chester, merchant, Aug. 22. Holden ,
W. Skirbeck-Quarter, Lincolnshire,
coal-merchant, Aug 29. Harrison,
T. and J. B. Pritchard, liverpool,
potsellers, Aug. 27. Hesketh, W . T.
and H. Chester, bankers, Aug. 27.
Horsman, E. and J. Chipping^ Camp-
den, Gloucestershire, bankers, Sep, 10.
Houlding, J. and J. W. Sowerby,
Liverpool, merchants, Sep. 18.

Iivin,T. and J. Holden, Halifax, dyers,
Aug, 22 Jones, S. J. Milsom, and
S. Howard, of Bradford, Wiltshire,
clothiers, Sep. 4. Jones, W. Newn-
ham, Gloucestershire, drover, Oct. 3.

Lichigaray, S. and M. Dunsford, Ba-
singhalUstreet, merchants, Sep. 27
and 28. Lowman, J. Whitebuich,
Southampton, coach maker, Aug. 1 9.
Lash, G. W..Lash, and J. Robinson,
Newcastle upon Tyne, ironmongers,
Aug. 22.

Jiarston, S. St. Alban's, corn-dealer,
Nov. 2. Merson, E, Ilminster, So-
mersetshire, mercer, Aug. 1 7. MeU
lor, J. and G. Pratt, lieek^ Stafford-
shire, silk-manuiacturers, Aug. 17,
IVlosiey, M. Ii. Liverpool, merchant.
Oct. 29. Morris, G. Long-alley,
Moorfields, leather-seller, Dec, 2.
Moorhouse, J. John-street, Adelphi,
wine-merchant, Oct. 5.

-Peck, A. Gravesend, carpenter, Aug.
17, Piatt, G. Weakly, Yorkshire,
clothier, Aug. 14. Pullen, H. and
T. Roberts, Exeter, coal-merchants,
Aug. 2. Pikman, W. Great New-
port-street, watch-maker, Aug. 27.
Pitts, W, Boston, Lincolnshire,
sacking - manufacturer, Aug. 29.
Presgmve, E. Spalding, Lincolnshire,
merchant, Aug. 31. Pemberton, E.
and J. Houlding, Liverpool, mer-
ctinnts, Sep. 13. Priestley, J. and
J. jun. Birstill, Yorkshire, A. Priest-
ley, Upper Clapton, Hackney, and



J. Priestley, Groat St. Helen's,
chants, Sep. 12.

Rose, C, St. Ann*8, Westminster,
cheesemoiiger, Aug. 2 1 . Robins, W.
Tyndak, Woodchester, Gloucester-
shire,, grocer, Aug. 26. Ran8on,;L.
Cannon Coffee House, Charioff Cross,
tavern-keeper, Nov. 12. Rc^inson,
W. R. F. Parris, and D. Squires,
King-street, Seven-dials, bakers, OcU
22. Roby, S. and E. Wood-street,
Cheapside, hosiers, Sep. 14. Rusheii^
J. Readina;, hosier, $«d. 23.

Sawyer, J. renierden," Kent, grazier^
July 27 • Scarfe, J .'.R. lying's Lynn^
Norfolk, brewer, Aug. 20. Sedcbn,
G. Aldersgate-street, cabinet-maker,
Oct. 26. Sizer, J. Manningtree,
Essex, shopkeeper, Oct. 22. Sayies,
M. J. Hancock, and W. Sayies,
Sheffield, cutlers, Sep. 6. Stoney, W.
and J. Smith, Leeds, Yoikshire, sro«
cers, Sep. 9. Stephenson, C. Rar-
liament- street, W^estminster, stalioner,
Sep. 21. Smith, S. Liverpool, mer-
chant, Sep. 24. Spencer, T. 3ian^
Chester, flour-»dealer, Sep. 26. Shaw,
J. Newgate-street, linen-draper, Sep*

Townsend, J. Ludsate-hiil, laccman,
Aug. 17, Taylor, J. Chatham,
Kent, wine - merchant, Aug. 17.
lliomas, W. and H. Hesketh, Ches-
ter, bankers, Sep. I7. Turner, J.
Stockport, Chesnire, cotton-spinner,
Sep. 30.

Varley, J. Wig^n, shopkeeper, Sep. 9.

Whitaker, J. sen. and W. Whitaker,
Stockport, and J. Whitaker, ^un.
Edgeley, Cheshire^ cotton maoufac*
turers,'Aug. 15. Watker, E. Kid-
derminster, grocer, Au^. 2 1 . Wels-
bome, C. Eversham, W orcestershire,
grocer, Au^. 22. Wingate, T. Mar-
ket Raisin, Lincolnshire, line&«<lniper,
•^ug- 29 • Warlters, J. Comhill,
-mercer, Aug. 31. Walley, T.. Li-
verpool, merchant, Sep. 9, Whit-
worth, J. Alresfoffd, Lincolnshire,
brandytmerchant, Sepi 6. Westoby,
E. Great Grimsby, Liacolnshife,
shopkeeper, Sep. 6.

Youard, W. Norfii Walsham, Norfolk,
currier, Aug. 30. Yartall, T. Bins-
bury-place, tailor, Aug. 27-



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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE BMHT with aimed men, into our citadel, anJT
BOH. JOHK EARL OF 8T. VINCENT, putting US, like the Tfojans of oid, to
^ADMIRAL OP THE WHITE SQUADRON^ ihe twoix}, 01 Carrying u« away ca|M

&C. &C. WITH A. PORTRAIT. tivc. ^

THE nobleman, who»e memoirs It has been both said and sung, that
fonn thb article of our miscellany, our state pUot ** has weathered the
is a highly proper sulgect for co-tempo- storm." Woe to the covemors of our
laiv biography. To displav.the worth i^le if they think so ! Woe to the peo-
md talents ofa man who nas so con- plc of it under such an ipfatuation.***
ipicttously served his country, cannot We have read, however, oi' boisterous
bethott^t in the smallest dc^ee to par- winds being bottled up or confined in
lake of adulation. It is easy for such a caverns, and of their bursting forth to
character to know what posterity will the great danger of those who leat^t ex-
By of him. There is notliing doubtful pected the explosion. We have, it is
in his conduct : it is for no display of but too shrewdly feared, a navigation
iroids— for no promises made, and stiJl still to make through straits as dange-
unperformcd, ttiat we extol him. Orar rous as tha Cyclades were to JEnm* ;
tors have their admirers, and those who and cool heads and strong hands are in-
make declarations are not without their dispensibly necessary to guide us cVer
believeis : it is, however, upon deeds tjie shallows, and through the deeps of
akne that we would erect a statue to the voyage. To adopt, then, less of
tbe memory of one who h^ deserved metaphor, and more ot plain reasoning :
well of his country. Hi^ escutcheon is we are engaged in an aiduous and ex*
fidly emblazoned with zealous and he* pensive war : we want at once force and
roic acts, and to adopt his own motto, it economy to resist the power of the



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