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FROM SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, TO TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1822. ATKINSON, T. and Co. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Feb.
Adcock, H. W. Birmingham, Feb.26.
Bullman, I. and T. Milnthorp, Westmoreland,
Byass, H. Rayleigh, Essex. March 2.
Beadey, J. Wotton under-Edge, Gloucester, Mar. 9
Coupland, C. jun. Leeds, York, Coupland, R. Hunslet, Leeds, Coupland, F. Hunslet, and Coupland, E. Saltord, Feb. 16.
Calvert, J. Tavistock Hotel, Covent-gard. Feb. 16.
Croaker, C. Upper Farm, Crayford, Kent, Feb. 26.
Cartwright, T. Okehampton, Devon, March 9.
Dray, J. Great Windmill-st. Haymarket, March 9.
Epps, J. Holborn, Feb. 16.
English, E. Birmingham, March 12.
Flinn, J. Liverpool, Feb. 19.
Forster, C. F. Margate, Feb. 23.
Fossett, T. and W. Mincing-la. Feb. 29.
Flower, G. York, Feb. 26.
Fisher, F. jun. Leicester-sq. March 2.
Forbes, G. M. Liverpool, March 5.
Fiegehen, J. G. jun. Wood-st. Cheapside, March 19.
Gale, Q. Newgate-market, March 2.
Holker, T. Monton-green, Lancaster, Feb. 23.
Hailstone, W. Mildenhall, Suffolk, March 12.
Jackson, R. Cannon-st. Feb. 16.
Latham, R. S. Bath, Feb. 19.
Lawrence, G. Evesham, Worcester, Feb. 93.
Manson, D. Throgmorton-st March 9.
Nash, H. Oxford-st. Feb. 19.
Nicholson, W. Wakefield, York. March 5.
Pattenden, W. Brighthelmstone, Sussex, Feb. 18.
Penn, F. jun. Walthamstow, Feb. 19.
Pool, W. Smith st. Clerkenwell, Feb. 19.
Richardson, G. Horncastle, Lincoln, Feb. 16.
Scott, O. Manchester-bu. Cannon row, Westminster, March 3,
Tuck, B. Thrapston, Northampton, Feb. 93. Townsend, J. Honiton, and Brooke, G. Whimple, Devon, March 5.
Turner, G. Liverpool, March 9.
Till, T. Whitgreave, Stafford, March 9.
Wheatley, H. Coventry, Feb. 29.
Wood, H. Workington, Cumberland, Feb. 26.
Winch, B. sen. Hawkhurst, Kent, March 2.
Ward, J. London, March 9.
Wilson, E. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, March 9.
FROM TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, TO SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1822. DONALDSON, J. and Co. Glasgow, music-sellers. Graham, R. and Co. Glasgow, manufacturers. Harley, W. Glasgow, merchant. Jackson, M. Paisley, haberdasher,
M'Nee, D. Glasgow, druggist. M'Kay, D. Dornoch, merchant. M'Culloch, R. Glasgow, merchant. Reddie, J. Glasgow, merchant.
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP.
FROM TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, TO TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19, 1822. ANDREW, J. Senior, R. and Robinson, J. Man
Aldridge, J. and Garland, J. jun. Poole, cornmerchants.
Aubrey, J. and Aubrey, J, R. Took's-co. Chancery. la attornies.
Autey, R. North, J. and Autey, J. Mold-green, York, fancy manufacturers.
Asher, T. and Willey, J. Newark-upon-Trent, brick-makers.
Bisp, D. Bowsher, L. and Harris, J. Bristol, lithographic printers.
Barrowcliffe, J. Barrowcliffe, C. and Cooke, H. Bawtry, York, timber-merchants.
Brownhill, H. and Brownhill, B. Stockport, Chester, corn-dealers.
Braithwaite, J. and Mason, T. Liverpool, tobaccopipe manufacturers.
Birks, A. Ogden, J. and Simpson, R. Rochdale, Lancaster, rope-makers.
Bailey, J. and Myatt, J. Manchester, merchants. Beebee, W. and Dale, E. Manchester, school
Bennett, J. and Itichardson, J. Chorley, Lancaster, beer-brewers
Burton, T. and Stevens, W. H. Church-stairs, Rotherhithe, boat-builders.
Black, J. Hall, H. and Scott, A. Aberdeen.
Bedson, T. and Bishop, R. Aston, Warwick, brassfounders.
Brown, H. Drayton, W. and Brown, C. Leicester, hosiers.
Bartlett, G. and Packham, J. Thames Ditton, Sur
Croft, J. and Croft, S. Great Eccleston, Lancaster, butchers
Choat, J. and Turner, J. jun. High Holborn, trunkmakers.
Clarke, S. Manchester, draper, Helm, E. Pediham, cotton-spinner, and Heywood, W. G. Manchester, fustian-manufacturers.
Crosfield, G. Crosfield, J. Crosfield, J. and Giles, T. Liverpool, sugar retiners.
Clark, C. and Clark, C. Kingston, Surrey, saddlers. Copeland, G. and Turner, R. Manchester, linendrapers.
Campbell, J. and Alamson, J. Hedon-in-Holderness, York, surgeons.
Chaik, W. and Chalk, P. Walthamstow, butchers. Clark, S. and Clark, J. Poole, merchants.
Croxall, T. and Hodson, J. Walsall, Stafford, coaldealers.
Dawson, A. and Rice, E. Regent-eircus, lacedealers.
Douglas, H. A. Douglas, W. R. K. and Anderson, S. London, merchants.
Dean, R. W. and Cooke, T, W. Bethnal-green, brewers.
Douglas, H. A. Douglas, W. R. K. and Stewart, P. M. London, merchants.
Downward, T. sen. Downward, T. jun. and Mann, W. Liverpool, wholesale grocers.
Edwards, W. Wilson, T. and Starkey, T. Birming. ham, button-manufacturers.
Elliot, J. W. Gainford, and Challoner, J. Bedburn,
Finnemore, 1. and Potts, F. Birmingham, tube. manufacturers.
Fullford, H. and Chambers, T. Birmingham, linen. drapers.
Forster, M. and Warner, C. P. Lime st. attornies. Fry, R. and Day, A. Tottenham-court road, linen. drapers.
Franklin, J. and Fenton, J. Dartford, Kent, che
Frost, J. Dow, W. and Phillips, J. Rhodeswell, Stepney, coal merchants.
Fox, T. and Cross, G. Blackfriar's-road, woollendrapers.
Fletcher, C. Scarr, C. and Hall, W. York, faxspinners.
Fowle, J. and Hoile, J. Sandwich, Kent, common. brewers.
Farrand, M. and Joseph, W. Bermondsey, window. blind manufacturers.
Gibson, W. Bradshaw, B. and Gibson, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchants.
Glynn, E. J. and Thomson, A. Bodmin, Cornwall, bankers.
Giles, T. Crosfield, J. Crosfield, G. and Crosfield, J. Lancaster, sugar-refiners.
Godwin, R. B. Bainbrigge, J. H. and Bennet, W. Derby, surgeons.
Heald, G. and Parker, T. Manchester, calicoprinters.
Holwell, W. Z.and Richards, J. Coach and Horsesyard, Great Titchfield st. coach-painters. Heald, W. and Pace, E. Chelmsford, maltsters. Heugh, T. and Milne, T. Dean-st. Soho, coachbuilders.
Hitchcock, T. and Hitchcock, R. Lavenham, Suf folk, brewers.
Habgood. J. Dickson, J. Lye, J. and Garrard, E. Fish-street-hill, haberdashers.
Barris, J. and Cooper, W. Kidderminster, Worces ter, carpet-manufacturers.
Hingeston, J. and Osborn, J. W. Gracechurch-st. apothecaries.
Howard, J. Booth, J. Howard, T. and Howard, N. Haughton, Lancaster, hat-manufacturers.
Harley, R. and Logan, J. Liverpool, timber mer. chants.
Hunter, A. and Adam, W. Glasgow, yarn-merchants.
Jefferies, W. and Doeg, D. New Ranelagh-road, Westminster, lead-refiners.
Ireland, T. and Sawyer, R. H. Staple-inn, attornies. Keller, P. and Keating, T. Bristol.
Kortright, L. Grant, A. C. and Grant, R. J. London. Kirkland, J.and Badenoch, J. Coventry, silk-manufacturers.
Keane, D. and Barnett, W. Shrewsbury, merchants. Lyon, D. and Jones, E. Little Bolton, Lancaster, timber-dealers.
Lang, J. and Lang, W. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster, linen-drapers.
Laurie, T. and Baynes, T. London, sugar-refiners. Levy, J. and Hendricks, J. Leman-st. Goodman's. fields, confectioners.
Lanrie, J. and M'Nellan, J. Alloa, Scotland, brewers
Longit, M. and Shotter, S. W. Sittingbourne, Kent, chemists.
Mather, S. and Nisbet, M. A. Goswell-st, school, mistresses.
Mickelthwate, J. and Mickelthwate, B. Sheffield, York, merchauts.
Monk, J. sen. Rigby, J. Fazakerley, H. and Fisher, J. Newburgh, Lancaster, coal-merchants. Moore, T. and Moose, B. Nottingham, lace-manufacturers.
Al-Tageart, J. and Gemmell, W. Manchester, col
Moore, H. T. and Farrer, R. Castle-co. Budge-row, coal merchants.
Palmer, R. and Shepherd, W. Marlborough.
Pritchard, R. Pritchard, K. and Pritchard, H. bread bakers.
Pearse, J. and Brannd, G. Exeter, linen-drapers. Power, J. and Hopkins, E. J. Queen-sq. Westminster, men midwives.
Potter, A. and Potter, T. S. Manchester. Penson, W. and Robertson, A. Prince's st. Edinburgh, music-sellers.
Poore, J. and Sharp, H. West Cowes, Isle of Wight, milliners.
Putland, E. jun. and Newman, R. Carshalton, Surrey, farmers.
Price, T. and Wetton. J. Coventry, silk-dyers.
Parker, J. sen. and Parker, J. jun. Chandos-st.
Paulton, W. and Bartlam, E. Worksop, Nottingbam, schoolmasters.
Peacock, T. and Wardle, T. Northallerton, York, linen-drapers.
Ritson, J. and Gibson. J. Liverpool, general-mer.
Richardson, T. and Wardle, J. Orange-st, Leices ter-sq. carpenters.
Rowlinson, J. and Huddleston, J. Warrington, Lancaster, attornies.
Richardson, E. Richardson, J. Wherlings, J. and Brown, W. Old Bailey, hay-salesmen.
Richards, G. and Richards, J. Bridport, Dorset, carpenters.
Rogers, J. and Shaw, R. Nottingham, hosiers. Reddall, R. A. and Osborn, J. coal and timber merchants.
Sloan, T. Bath, and Clark, S. Plymouth, linendrapers.
Shiffner, G. and Blackburne, G. Mark-la. winemerchants.
Snepp, T. and Pointer, H. Cheltenham, wine-mer, chants.
Spink, B. and Webster, T. Sheffield, York, joiners. Simon, J. and Simon, W. Liverpool, druggists. Steel, W. and Smith, W. A. Liverpool, plumbers. Sharples, W. Leather, J. jun. and Dickinson, T. Liverpool, timber-merchants.
Shirley, D. and Shirley, T. Lime-st. wine-merchants.
Spyer, J. and Spyer, S. Alie-st, Goodman's-fields. Senior, G. and Beaumont, J. Dalton, York, fancy. cloth-manufacturers,
Schofield. J. and Lester, J. Bath, timber-merchants,
Vardon, T. and Baker, E. St. Helen's-pl. merchants.
Wells, D. and Seward, A. Bull's-head-co. Newgate, st. lacemen.
Wilson, M. Weldon, H. and Leathes, N. L. S. tendealers.
Williamson, E. and Williamson, W. Lowdham, Nottingham, bleachers.
Waugh, J. and Waugh, C. T. Rochdale, woollenmanufacturers.
Wastie, R. and Frost, J. Smart's-bu. Higli Holborn, coachsmiths.
Weight, H. and Armitage, C. Manchester, manufacturers.
Wood, A. and Dunning, B, Whitby, York, mile liners.
PIERRE ERARD, of Great Marlborough-street, Middlesex, Musical Instrument Maker; for cortain improvements on piano-fortes and other keyed musical instruments. Communicated to him by a certain foreigner residing abroad. Dated Dec. 22,
GEORGE LINTON, of Gloucester-street, Queensquare, Middlesex, Mechanist; for a method of impelling machinery without the aid of steam, water, wind, air, or fire. Dated Dec. 22, 1821.
RICHARD ORMROD, of Manchester, Lancashire, Iron-founder; for an improvement in the mode of heating liquids in boilers, and thereby accelerating and encreasing the production of steam. Communicated to him by a certain person residing abroad. Dated Jan. 7. 1922.
RICHARD SUMMERS HARFORD, of Ebbw Vale Iron-works, Aberystwith, Monmouthshire, Iron-master; for an improvement in that department of manufacture of iron commonly called puddling. Dated Jan. 9, 1822.
JAMES HARRIS, of St. Mildred's-court, Lon. don, Tea-dealer; for an improvement in the manufacture of shoes for horses and other cattle. Dated Jan. 9, 1829.
WILLIAM RAVENSCROFT, of Serle-street, Lincolu's-inn, St. Clement's Danes, Middlesex, Peruke-maker: for a forensic wig, the curis whereof are constructed on a principic to supersede the necessity of frizzling, curling, or using hard pomatum, and for forming the curls in a
way not to be uncurled, and also for the tails of the wig not to require tying in dressing, and further the impossibility of any person untying them. Dated Jan, 14, 1822.
DAVID LORESCHAM, of Newman-street, Oxford road, Musical Instrument Maker, and JAMES ALLWRIGHT, of Little Newport-street, Middlesex, Cheesemonger; for an improved keyed musical instrument, comprising in itself many qualities nenever hitherto produced in one instrument, and possessing those qualities in clearness of sound, quality, distinctness, forte piano, delicacy of touch, and shake in the key or notes, by increasing to forte and decreasing to piano at the will of the performer. Communicated by a foreigner residing abroad. Dated Jan. 24, 1822.
ALEXANDER GORDON, of London, and DAVID GORDON, of Edinburgh, Esquires; for certain improvements and additions in the construction of lamps, and of compositions and materials to be burned in the lamps, and which may be also burned in other lamps. Dated Jan. 14, 1822.
DAVID GORDON, of Edinburgh, Esquire; for certain improvements and additions to steam packets and other vessels, part of which improvements are applicable to other naval and marine purposes. Dated Jan. 14, 1822.
AUGUSTUS APPI EGATH, of Duke-street, Lett's Town, Lambeth, Surrey, Printer; for certain improvements in printing machines. Dated Jan. 14,
LONDON MARKETS, FEB. 15th, 1822.
COTTON.-The purchases since our last are entirely confined to East India descriptions, chiefly parcels of the late sale: the particulars are--540 Bengal, 5 d. a 53d. in bond.-720 Surat, 64d. a 7d. in bond.—The arrivals, from the 8th to the 14th instant, inclusive :-Pernambuco, 971.-Charleston, 50.
SUGAR.-The demand for Muscovades has lately been rather languid; the good qualities fully maintain the late prices; the inferior have in some few instances been purchased a shade lower. To-day there is however rather an improvement in the request. The fine parcels of refined goods have been in languid request, and the few sales lately are at prices 6d. a 1s. lower; inferior goods are scarce, and fully maintain the late currency. In Foreign Sugars no sales by private contract are reported, yet, the enquiries after the Havannah descriptions have been considerable. By public sale this forenoon, 97 chests Havannah Sugar went at high rates for the sound: good white 41s. middling 378. a 39s. ; 250 bags fine brown Bourbon were taken in at 20s. 6d.
COFFEE. The public sale of Coffee yesterday consisted of 101 casks 56 bags British Plantation, 163 casks 260 bags Foreign; the former went off rather heavily, but at prices fully supporting the late
advance; the latter consisted of a parcel of fine ordinary Cuba, small bean but rather foxy, and sold 108s. 6d. and 109s. 6d. ; the remainder, good Domingo in hds. and bags, which chiefly sold at 107, Gd. and 100s. There were no public sales of Coffee this forenoon, and very little business doing by private contract: there were more sellers than buyers.
RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.--There was considerable business done yesterday in rums, but to-day the request is not so brisk: the estimated sales within two days are 500 puncheons; the late prices are fully maintained.-Brandy and Geneva are unvaried.
OILS.-Whale Oil is higher; there is a considerable request, and the advance in Tallow has also the effect of improving the market. Seed Oils are rather lower.
TALLOW.--The Tallow market remains in the same uncertain state as lately stated: for yellow candle Tallow, 59s. 6d. 59s. and 588. are reported; we believe 58s. 6d. the nearest quotation. Within two days there have scarcely been any purchases, as the buyers have given their attention to the inferior and Soap Tallows, of which the quantity sold is considerable at an advance of 1s. a 2s. The town market is to day 56s, which is 1s. higher than last week.
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF THE LONDON MARKETS,
FROM THE 28TH OF JANUARY, TO THE 18TH OF FEBRUARY, 1821, 1822, BOTH INCLUSIVE.
Exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon on the Importation thereof into Great Britain Computed from the keturns made in the Week ending
Jan. 23, is 318, 101d. per cwt, | Jan. 30, is 33s. 21d. per cwt. | Feb. 6, is 32s. 44d. per cwt. | Feb. 13, is 32s. 31d. per cwb.
With their Managing Owners, Commanders, Principal Officers, Surgeons, Pursers, Time of coming afloat, Sailing, &c.
4 Earl of Balcarras.
1 William Fairlie
6 Marquis of Huntly 5 Lady Melville Regent
8 Princess Amelia
23d Febrnary, 1822.