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tion, an institntion, on the principles soon after the central an^esweiestnick*
and plan of the Royal Humane Society are at present considered aa sufficieatlf
in I^ndon, should W immediately esta- firm, and the embankment is thought
blislied in the town and neighbourhood } to possess all imaginable streoj^ and
and tfytii a committee should be fonh- durability. The braoch and iron iaU>
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op CfoiJt wUh the nver Nen, at of Haisbridge, through part of ^ «e«

^orthamptoo, as also the works of reral parishes of Temi>le and St. Marv

thfr'Nortnamptonshire and Leicester- Redcuffe, in the said city, and througa

shire Union Canal, are les^tiveiy car. part of the parish of Bedminster, which

lying on with ^leat actki^ ana dili- lies in the said city, over the said dam,

gence; and the aompletion of the same proposed to be erected across the river

may be veiy shortly expected to be pa1>T Avon, at or near the Redcliffe, throngb

iicly announced. part of the parish of Clifton which lies

oxpoRDSHiKB. Within the said city, into the Hotwell

^AirrieiL} The Rer. Fred. H . Neeve, road there, and for erecting iyrnpike^ gates

to Miss I^zabeth Stone, daughter of thereon, and also for making a road

tbe late R. S. esq. of Chislehurst, in along the side of the said canal, now

Kent.— -The Rev. C. Doyley Aplin, of excavating by the Bristol DockConip^ny,

Addorbuiy, to Miss C Newman, of through part of the several parishes of

Finai0re-noiise. ' St.' Philip and Jacob,, and St. George' s.

Dud.'} At Oxford, aeed 44s Mr. in the county of Gloucester, and for

^ W. Cbopeo livery-stable-xecper.— Mr. erecting tumpike-gates thereon,

* J. Walker, cooper. Staffordshire.

' SOMERSETS HIRE. ' One of the windows in the cathedral

Application is injtended to be made to church of Litdifield, is now filled with
Paduunent, in the ensuing session, for the stained dass. that has been purchas-
pNrers ti5 inake provision for varying ed by ihe Dean and Chapter^ from a
spd altering the works already autho- ruined abbey in France. It contains
med and directed to be made hy a former three scriptural subjects, all entire, viz.
act, which said alteration will consist in Christ appearing to the aposiki and
the erecting of a new solid dam across Thomas; thePcscentof the Moly Ghost,
th4 river Avon, at or near a certain and the D^ of Judgment. The date is of
phee (balled the Redcliffe, in the parish the year 1^4, and the whole is allow-
of fiedminster, in. the county of So- ed to be one of the finest, specimens of
lAerset, which said new dain is intend- this art now ill the kingdom,
ed to keep up the water in the rivers surrt.

Aron andTFroome, above the said dam ; JD^. J Thomas Curtis, esq. of Red*
•ihtaisoin the erection of an o^'er-fall- stone-house, Reigate, beloved and la-

* Aik between the preset course of the mented by all who knew him, for th«
jbir Avoti, and the new intended, goodness of his heart, the steadiness

and warmth of his frieudships, and for
his amiable and social qualities.

WESTMORELAND.

Married.'] At Kendal, Mr. Alderman
Berry, to Mrs. Wilkinson, widow.
rmd.^ At Kendal. Mrs. Webster,



"eo^ thereof, at or near the place call
otfillcr Redcliffe, aforesaid, for the pur
iosfcof passing the waste water from
tfaefloat\p^ha^uT; the said over- fall
to be provided with proper gates, &c.
for excluding the tide water fiom



Ihe.said floatiikg harbour, and also to relict of^the late Mr. F. W. architect,
be protkfecf wSn coKrerts, sluices or -r-At Skelsmergh, near Kendal, aged
#odioi^ hatches, for scouring the said ,Q^, Mr. J. Coulthwaite.
floatinff harbour, and for laying the^ ' Yorkshire.

tame diy, whenever such a measure The Dock Company at HuU, are al-
shadl he judged necessary for the sake tering and adapting their extensive
of repairing the said floating harbour ; range of warehouses, adjoining to the
tnd with a further alteration for making* Le^ Quay on the south side of the
die two locks at the westward end of Dock, aqa their timber ^and deal yards
the canal or entrance bason, at Rown- on the north side of the Dock, so as to
liam* Meads in that part of the parish enable them to leceiVe into the same all
of Cli (Ion, which lies in the city of kindsofgoods, &c- allowed to be impor-
Bristol, forty-five feet wide at least, and ied into Hull, under an Act lately passed,
thirty-three feet wide, at. the leas^t, re- jxinnitting certain goods, imported into
*pectively ; and with a further altera- Great Britain, ** to be secured in ware-
tiOD, pfoyulingibr the making of a road houses without payment of duty.**
orwn^ from a bridge now erecting by The aocommodation wTiich tliis m'ea«
dte Bristol Dock Company, in the pa- sure will affo;d to merchants of every
rbb of Temple, hi the city of Bristol, desortption, by enabling them to land
¥iA which wi^ bft known by the muae and wairehousie their goodSi without
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pAyaiiQnt of the dutiei of diatoms a&d chat hit wife, whom tie had kft jom^
excite : and to export to other nationi* bandtome and tixipiocectcd had, hj boooc
or tell the tanie for home cootumption, industry supported herself aod her ^gb«
is likely to increase oonsiderahfy, the ter, viho thta was 10 yeus of wffi, and
trade of the.port, aod the rerenueaof even bestowed apon'facran education sa«
the Dock Company. perior to her humbte means. Mr. L^

jR£LAN0. then proceeded to take an elegant house ia

Marriagf.] At I^tus Hill, near Strpben^s Green, Dublin ; he likewise
Dublin^ Sir £. B. Liulehalcs, bart. to purchased the scat near Dublin, that bad
the Right Hon. Lady Elizabeth Fitzge- belonged to the late Lord ChidF Baton
raid, daughter to the late Duke of Le-' Foster, father of the present Mr. Faster,
Boster. chanecllor of th:: Irish exchequer. New

Died.] In Dublin^ J- M. Hcatley, esq. carnages were also built (or him. Mr. L.
late of Roscmount. — At Leislip Castle, afterwards embarked the greatest igaat af
the Hon. Mrs. Cavendish, wile of the his property ina backing house wmch k|a
Hon. G. C. and son to the Right Hon. proved a v^ suoccastal 8peculetioa.r-
Lady Waterpark.^-At Dublin, in her LadvL. who was umisallf resnected as i
89th year, at tier house in Merrion-square, mild, amiable woman ; dica wmcdme
the Countess Dowager of Massatenc. She sinte, and left Sir Thomas a ounieroui
was married in the year 1741, to Lord finniry.
Viscount Massarene, who was created an scotlaitd.

£arl in the year 1756, and died in Dttd] At Tarlogle, Aog l6, Lo&i
1757. Her Ladyship had been a very Ankervillc, one of the Senaton of the
beautiful accomplished woman, and re- College of Justice^ at £dinbur]dh. — At
tained her vivacity to the last.— Also, Sir Shapinshay, aged 67$ the Rer. Dr. G«^
I'homas Leighton, bart. and banker. Barry. He was a native of BervkUh.
This gentleman^ early in life, was an was educated in the Univenity of fidin*
humble tnulcr in the town of Sttabane, in buigb, and acted fisr sometime as tesclBr^f
Ireland, and after Awards enlisted himself as the sons of some gentlemen m Otkaeft by
a soldier in the service of the Hon. £ast by whose patronage he was appouned
India Compa;.y. It was his good for- second minister of the royal buigh«xi an-
tune to be confined in the same prison cicnt cathedral of Kirkewall, Qpoa whence
with the late General Mathews, who pie- about 9 years ago, or upwaVds, he wts
viously to his unfortunate cauistrophe, translated to the ishmd and>patish of Shft-
entrusted to the care of Mr. Leighton, pinshay. His statistical account of hit
jewels and property to an immense two parishesi published by Sir John &h
amount, to be deliverod to the General's dair, first rescued his name Irom ohscvrity.
family; if he, Mr. Leighton, should be For several yean |>asr, Dr. B. txnfkfftA
so fortunate as to effect his escape. The his leisure houia in coumobii^ a aatuial
General, moreover, to insure Mr, L's. and civil history of all the isfaodst 6f in
fidelity, presented him with a considerable number, which compose the Otknejt^
sum. As M.r. L. possessed a strong un« comprehending an account of their onn-
dersfanding, he soon acquired a compe- nal population, their ancient htstofywhue
tent knowledge of the oriental tongues, ah independent principality, whose war*
and being on that account employed some like princes, in alliance with Norway and
times as an interpreter, he contrived some Denmark, ranked with the other ptracet
time afterwards to accomplish his escape, of Europe-— also, an account of the picstat
w^fter assuming various disguises, and en- condition of these islands, .and the OKam
countering many perilous adventures, he by which they may be improved. Ihk
arrived in the metropolis of Britain, and history was published 4 or 5 months ag9
waiting on the General's widow, Mrs. in Edinburgh, in one large quarto v«4«
Mathews, delivered to her the last letter illustrated by a map of all the isles, friths
of her husband, together with the' treasure, and harbours, and also, with twelve cjk *
By het his fidelity was rewarded, agnee- graved plates of the most j^nd and iote-
ably to common re|)ort, with the sum of . resring objects of antiauity.-T^This very
20,0(X^/. Mr. L. immediately wrote to curious history of one ot the roost sequcs-
Ireland, to enquire for a beloved wife and tered provinces of North Britain, ViU,
child, whom he had left behind him,: and from the depth of its research, the aceu-
seut likewise thither a sum of money to racy of the narrative, and the elegance of
discharge the debt^ he had contracted pre- its compositioaj transmit the name of the
viousiy to his going abroad* *Hc found author with some cdebiitytofunueagn.



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AVERAGE PRICES OP CORN. Mfi

tj^ WintlKSter Quaiter of 8 BusbeU, and of OATM£AL per Boll, of I40lbi«
Avoiidupoise, from the XeturAs Deceived in the Week ended Sept. 14. 1805. '

INLAND COUNTIES. MABITIMB COUNTIES.



Snrrej . 90
Hertford 76
Bedford



Kortln

Rotitod.

Laceatr.

Hotting.

Derby..

Stafford

Silpp..

Herefor.

Wor*itr.

Wvwic.

Wikt.

Berks.

Oiford

Bocks.

Brecon

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Wheat.
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Catex . . .

Kent • . .

Sussex • • .

Suffolk . .
a6 bl Cambridge

Norfolk. .

Lincoln .

York , . .

Durham .

Northumberland

Cumberland .

6 Westmorland

Lancaster • .

3» iC Chester . • .

34 ij Flint



Denbigh .
31 7E-'^"gJ<^sca .
30 7 I Carnarvon
3S 3 [Merioneth
24 o Cardigan .
23 8 {Pembroke

Carmarthen

[Glamorgan
' iOloucester

•Somerset •

Jvermte of England and Wales. K?"""*^
Wkeat^ iid. ; Rye ss^^ id. j Barley '^^^
46i.ixd.; Oats 308.3d. ^^^

Hants




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48 a 30 10
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AGRICULTUHAL REPORT.



IN thesoathem counties^ latter harvest is either finishing, or entirely and happiljr
finished, the beans rising beyond expectation, both in point of quality and quanti-
ty. Throughout t|ie late and northern parts of the island, great part of the crops is
Mcnrely housed ; the wheat and oats particularly good. In general this year, beam
aod oatt, the least productive crops. Barleys, in many parts, rough in quality^ and
it is said^ several considerable Norfolk farmers, have ottered thei whole crop of 'bat'-
]eyat30s. per quarter. Seeds of all kinds, clover, rape, canary, coriander, in great
plenty,, and promising af to quality ; the same of turnips and after-grass. Vast quan*
bties cf catterpilla.s have been observed in the turnip herbage, in some districts, but
they came too late to do^much damage. - Hops, as stated last month, a general bad
cmp. Scarcely any of last years wheats in the country, but an immense quantity of
Ibre^, of all descriptions of Quality, in the London stores.

From the great abundance ot keep, lean stock dearer, iat somewhat cheaper, j>ro-
aisiiig a reduction in price in the markets towards November. At Smithfield, JSee!^
ds. per^itoae, sinking the offal ; ^Muttof),do. ; Lamb; 5 to 6s. ; Veal, 5 to 6s. 6d. :
Pork, 6 to 6s. 8d. Fat pigs scarce and dear, and very few Urge stores. Bacon as
kfbre. Oilcakes, 12 guineas per thousand.

Middtesix, September ^5.

BILL of MORTALITY, from AUG- 27, 1805, to SEPT. 24, 1805.



CHSISTENKD. | BURIED.

Females 165/ ^^^%cmales 700/ ^^^^
Whereof have died under two years old 469

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Ssli 206 per Bushel : 4| per lb.




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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTCIES AND DIVIDENDS,
August 27, 1805, to September 21, 1805, inclusive. -
[Extracted from the Lond«»n Gaxctte.]



BANICRUPTCIES.

[The Solicitors* Namet are betwceb
parentheses.]

ARNOLD, T. Canterbury, grocer,
(Bugg, Aidle-ctroet, A14cni>aa-

Bunn, S. Grcit Charlotte-street, Black-
fidan-TMd, merchant (French and Co.
Castk-strcet.) Brown, J. Wintring*



dyer (Duckworth's and Co. Mancho-
ter.) Hodnoo, W. Strand, HtfaoBer
(Street, PbiJpot-lane.)
Isaac, J. Livcxpool, mcidiBfit (Oiicd»
Liverpool.) Johnscm, T. FteetHnaikct,
cabinet-maker (Ficxgerald, Lemta-
street, Gocdman's-fields.) JefFcnoo,
A. . W. Rathbone- place, chiaamaB

S Tucker, Staple's Inn.) Jokb, J.
eieford, plumber (Hili, Worcester.)



iS|«n,L.ucolnsh«e, baker (Marns and Mercer, H. La J. Fonhaw, Liverpool,

€0. Baiton upon Humber.) Brewer, ^eichanb (Leiiji, LivtrpooJ.) Mh^

W. Bathpool Mils, West Monkton, j^ Wa Wh. Sxl^y, mercfaait (High!

Wrscuhire miller (fleadon Tauu. ^ Queen-st«et,'cirap.ide.) ^

^'^^"'^ir*^' ;!!?' Wt' Nightii^alcJ. CteytowSftS, Keniqs.

Kcarslcv and Co. Manchester.) BJcnk- ^ ?^ur (H4ghes, CUffoni's ImT)

'^:J/J'r'?^:'^^fT\'Z'J^^ M-r.T. MangSsfield,. Gloucester.



conist (Blow, Carlisle.) Brenvi, R
Biown's buildiqgs. Saint Mary Axe,
coin dealer^ (Rogeis, Manchester
hiiildifigs, Westminster.)

Clarke, J. Salisbury, haberdasher (Bru-
aicll, Aldermanbury.)

Duify, P« Newman-street, Oxford-Street,
wine merchant (Pasmore, Old Broad-
street.) • Driver, J. Kighlcy, York*
shire, qottOQ spinoer (Dclafare, Kigh«

J*y-)

£tches, R. of the Abbey Leek, Stafford,
shire, Uquor merchant TMilts and Co.
Lc^k.) Eardlpy, ('. and T. StLXikport,
Cheshire, cotton spinners (Edge, Man-
chester.)



shire, victualler (Maitin, Bristol.}
Payne, E. Taunton, druggist (Effl,
Bath.)' Peifordj W. Bmaing^MiD,
malster (*Freese, Birmingham.)

Rose, W, Great Pultency-strcet, carver
(Dawne, Henrietta-street, Govent Gar-
den.) RandaVl, W. TooW-^irtct.
Sauthwark, ship chandler (Cfappne,
Queen-street, Cheapside.) Roundeu,
J. Skipton, Yorkshire, grocer (Carr,
Skipton.)

Sutcliffe, W. Ovenden, Yorkshire, mer-
chant (Wilcock, Hali&x.) Sutherland,
P. Portsmouth* «ilop (Boswell^ Goi-
p«rt.)






Yorkshire, cotton spinner (Wilcox,

Hali&x.) Fcldwickc, J. Brightbclm-

atone, Sussex, cordwainer (Hill, Bright-

helmstone.)

Geary, H. Wanington, Lancashire, linen

^ dumper (Johnson and Co. Manchester.)

Green, T. Witham, Yorkshire, dealer

(Sandwith, Hull.)

Huddlestone, J. Leicester, victualler

■ (Thornlcy, Hinklcy.) Headland, W.

* Stanstcad, Mountfiic^iet^ Essex, &rmer

(Capreol, Bishop's Storford, Hei ts.)

Hall, W. Silver-street, Cheapside,

^'arehousemw (Atkinson, Castlc-strcet,

Falcon-square.) Hutcbings, H. Black-

Iriars-road, tallow chandler (Charter,

PnnterSi^street, Black-firiars.) Hayes,

Gs John-street, Middlesex, merchant

(Higli.



cham (Foulkes and Co. Holbotn-coDit.)
Taylor, J. Newtos Moor, Lamaat^,
cotton spinner (Knight, Manchester.)
Tcmnidifr, T. Broom«*yard, HadM
linen draper (Fouikca and Co, Maa*
Chester.)
Wood, T. Sculcoaies, Yorkahiae^ liqnor
merchant (l^fartii, Hull.) Wihxxke^
S; H. Liverpool, aneccfaant (Orrad,
Liveipool.) Weihetill, W. and W.
Bristol, merchants (Strickland, Bns-
tol.) Walker, R. Leicester, doaier
(Lawton, Leicester.^ Willimot, J.S.
Sumford, Lincoln,' bnen dra^ (IS^ude,
Warwick aquate, Newgate sticet.)
Willmore, W. Birmingiiamj fictsr
(Eikington, Birmingham.)

DIVlDtBHDS.



, more, Queen-stroct, Chci^pside.)

iiai3ing, S. Redcross^treot, Cripple- Adlen, W. Manchester, banker, Sep. S5..
gate, baker (Dyne, Sc^eant's Inn.) AUwood, 7. Groat RusicUtrva^ oiv
•n#vcs, J. Charlton-rowi Lan c as t cTi ver, Oct. 22. ^^

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Btockbask, J. Keswick, Cumberland,
•dealer, Oct. 2. Berthond, H. Adm V
court. Old Broad-itrcet, Oct. iQi
Banlett, W. Portpool-Ianc, tallow-
chandler, Oct. 2Q. Brook, S. and W.
Wchiter, Morlcy» Yorkihire, mer-
cbaots, Oct. 12. Bottatnby, S. Roys-
ton^ CatnbridgcshlrCy inn-holder, Oct.
29. BackIer,J. the younger^ War-
minster, Wilts, dothie - , Oct. 1^'
Curry, J^. Manchester, merchant. Sept,
24. Cole, T. Damnhara, £ssex,
bakec» Sept. 2) . Campbell, 9. Prince V
•qoare, Ratclifie-higQway, insurance-
broker^ Sept. 28. Cottlthard, A. Or*
chardrbovfe, Cumberland, inn-keeper,
Oct. 10* Coaldiard, J. 8baws, Cum-
berland, Oct* 10. Clerke, Rer. Sir
W* H. Bafooet^ Walmersley, Lanca-
fbirc, miller* Oct. Q. Curtiss, T.
RMlford, Notringbam, bleacher, Oct.-
9. Cross, J. Tisbury, Wilu, carpen-
ter, Oct. 17.
DniFy, T. Manchester, manufacturer,
;Sept. 19, Dawson, R. Ojdbrd-ttreet,
Oct. 1^. Dale, W. Peiworih, Sus-
icx, ailkr» Oct« 9. Dennison, W.
Sc JanKs*t-«ticet, victualler, Oct. 26.
Dana, J. W. Williamson, and R.
Clay, Arnold, Nottinghamshire, ho-
iiers, Oct. 9.
frost, W. Melfbrd, Suffolk, malstcr,
Sept. 27. Frost, W. Dover-street,
Southwark, tailor, Oct. 5. Francis, G.
Bridgend, Glamorganshire, shopkeepet ,
Oct. 14. Furlonge, M* Guilford-
street, merchant, Oct. 29. Fern, R.
B. Licbfield, winp merchant, Oct. 28.
CiQCtham, S. Bedale, Yorkshire, shop,
kccptr, Oct. 14. Garlbrth, Y. Bram-
kipe,* Yorkshire, con merchant,
Oct. Ipw
Howell, J. Stratfield^ Saye, Southamp-
ton, &rmer, Sept. 25. Hassel, r.
Eastchean, wine merchant, Oct. I9.
Hall, J.H. Finsbury-place, merchant,
Oct. 10. Horlcy, W. Shoe-lane,
baker, Oct. JO. Henley, W. N.ew-
toa4)usheU, Devon, merchant, Oct.
29. Howard, J. Rochdale, Lanca-
shire, machine-maker, Oqt. 16.
Ixwin, T. and J. Holden, Halifex, York-
shire, dy«rs, Sept. 2(). Jones, J.
Weatbuiy 4ipon Trytn, Glouccster-
diire, victualler, Oct. 5. Jones, T.
Old passage house, Gloucestershire,
vmtner, Oct. 15. Jackson, R. West
Winch, Norfolk, butcher, Oct. 12.^
Losh, G. and W. and J. Robinson, New-
castle, upon Tyne, irunmongeri, Sept.
17. Lovell, W. H. Fetter-lane, lea-
iher seller, Oct. 8. JLord^ J. Eyke,



Suffolk, grocer, Oct. 2. Lane, J. T,
Fraser, and T. Baylslon, Ntcholas^ane, .
merchants, Dec. 5. Lambert, T.
Jervaux,* Yorkshire, horse dealer,
Oct. 15.

Moore, J. Mii(&ng-hal!, Suffolk, cord-
wainer, Sept. 2(5, Mosmaa, J. Law-
rence Pountney-Jane, merchant, Oct.
l9. Mobbs, Southampton, haber-
dasher, Oct. 22. Martin, 1^ Crescent^
merchant, Oct. 26. Money, J. C.
late of Manchester, cotton mamiiactu-
rer, Oct. 16. ,

NeavcSi J. ^Seend, Wilts, mcalman; Oct.

^ 7- Nuttell, J. Kingnone ugon Hull,
hatter, Oct. 8. Ncwbold, J. Man-
chester, draper, Oct. tH,

Parker, J. Great Wraiting, Suffolk,'
fcrmcr, Sept. 28. Pickm^ W^
Great Newport-street, watchmaker,
Aug. 24. Plumleighi T. late of
Bristol, grocer, I^CDt. 21. Phillips,
G. L. HammersmitV, merchant, Oct« .
22. Piettyman, W. Grejit Tower-
street, cooper, Nov 1 6.

Rowden, J. Grand Junction Wharf,
WhitefriaT*, Oct. 19. Roberts, D.
Chester, ironmonger, Oct. 11. Ro- .
bimon, J. junr. Liverpool, merchant^
Oct. I. and 15. Rawlence, M,
Whitehall, money-scrivener, Nov. 5.
Richardson, J. Penrith, Cumberland,
ironmonger, Oct. 23, Reynolds, R« .
Whitcchapel, wjine merchant, Oct. 26,

Spedcer, P. Melibrd, Suffolk, dealer,
Sept. 26. Smith, W. Monk, Wear-
mouth-shore, Devon, ship builder, Ocr.
3.^ Sheldrick, W. Witham, Essex,
coach master,, Oct.. 26, Symons,
E. P. and P.. W. Crapp, Plaistow
Green, Kent, Woolsiaplcrs, Oct. 26^
Sycrs, T. Mancjjcster, stationer, Ocu
14. Scrape, J. Red Lion-iircet, Hol-
bom, stock-broker, Nov. 5. ^haw, j.
Newgate - street, linen draper, Sept.
28. Saxby, H. Charlton, Kent, ^r-
dener, Oct. 19.
Tapley, J. M. Newton, Abbott, Devon-
shi.c, shopkeeper, Oct. jl . ''I'aylor, J*
and H.X'owley, Gainsburgh, Lincoln-
shire, merchants, Oct. 23. 'lownsend,
J; Ludgate-hill, laccnvan, Oct. <f9.
Tanker. h:y, R. Kingstonc upon Hull»
slopseller, Oct. 8.
Vescy, D. Woodbridge, Sufibik, . sbpp-

kceper, Oct. 2.
Whiitaker, W. Manchester, merchant,
Sept. 25. Wells, E. Oxford, lic^itor
merchant, Oct. 16.
Young, W. W. Aberd^ lais mill. Ok ;
morgamhire, miller, Sept. 25*



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