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Hamilton, W. & A. M. Riches-et. Lime-st. June 29
Gloucester-street, Queen-square, June 18 Rist, C, Cornhill, June 18
Ratcliffe, J. Manchester, June 19
square, June 8
From Tuesday, May 14, TO SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1822.
Ackland, H. Leadenhall-market, July 3
Corbyn, J. J. Essex, July 6
Gardiner, D. Chiswell-street, July 6
Ripley, J. Wapping, June 11.
J. Cambridgeshire, June 18
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP,
From TUESDAY, May 14, to SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1822.
Aitkens, J. and A. J. M. London, carpenters Armitage, J. A. E. A. D. Yorkshire, woollen cloth
manufacturers Alderson, H. and Scott, J. W. Norfolk-street, Mid
dlesex Hospital, linen-drapers Atkinson, J. and Mossop, H. Egremont, tanners Anstey, T. and Saxe, F. George-street, Hanover.
square, tailor's Arnet, H. and J. Thompson, Ryder's-court, Soho,
tobacconists Baker, J. B. F, Young, A. Gallie, G. and Martin, G.
Glasgow, printers Bower, J. Browne, J. and Robinson, G. Kiddermin
ster, carpet-manufacturers Balmforth, s, and B. W. Yorkshire, woollen-manu
facturers Bootby, B. Webster, J. Pearson, J. and P. E. Don
caster, iron-founders Bennet, R. and B. J. Berkshire, spirit merchants Bryant, E, and M'Rae,J.Old Broad-street, surgeons Bradford, B. and Portlock, S. Yardley-street, Spi
fields, leather-japanners Burr, T. and Earl, J. T. Lewisham, plumbers Berry, J. and Edwardson, P. Lancashire, fustian
manufacturers Bailey, J. Canwick, and Hole, J. Newark-upon
Trent, maltsters Brittan, W. and F. Bristol, linen-drapers Bell, W. and Marks, J. Glasgow, hat-manufacturers Butcher. J. May, 0. and Williams, W. South Aud.
ley-street, butchers Clark, J.and Benson, W. Lancashire, bobbin-turners Cartwright, W. and C. N. Lincolnshire, farmers Chaffin, C. and Head, A. Wootten-under-edge, inn.
holders Connoby, J. and Hemming, W. Thatcham, Berkshire Carr, J. and Cooper, H. Birminghanı, factors Curson, J. Sheffield, and Willson, C. Cornwal, dra.
pers Corson, W. and Campbell, E. Sheffield, tea-dealers Cottin, J. and Battrin, J. Staffordshire, blacksmiths Chittenden, G. and Kingsford, W. Hunter-street,
King's-road, four-factors Cox, T. E. and Rainbow, J. M. St. James's-street,
Drane, T. and Batson, E. Commercial-road, wine
merchants Draper, J.D, G. P, R. and T,R. Entwistle and Set
tle, and Settle, A. Lancashire, bleachers Dryden, J. Cockson, J. C. J. jun. and Bask J.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, earthen-ware manufac.
turers Dewen, H. and Pethick, E. Devonshire, milliners Damerell, W. and Pitt, W. Exeter, ironmongers Dyson, T. F. and Finnie, R. Liverpool Davidson, D. and Speirs, J. Glasgow, merchants Dinsdale, H. W. and Woolmer, J. Bread-street Dobbs, T. and Goodrich, G. Birmingham, lead pipe
makers Falcon, W. B.Wood, N. J. and Watson, J. Liverpool,
ship-chandlers Forsyth, H. and Warrock, R. Cullum-street, Fen
church--treet, provision-merchants Fowle, W. and Stringer, W. Kent, attornies-at-law Field, E. and Bond, M. Suffolk, milliners Flower, II, and Scott, T. Bridge-road, Lambeth,
grocers Franklin, T. and Pearce J. Jubilee-place, Commer
cial-road, carpenters Francis, F. and Hull, J. Portsea, linen-drapers Greenhow, A. Pearson, R. and Pearson ,J. Kendal Goodman, J. and Newman, T. Aylesbury, carpenters Grimes, J, sen, and G. J. jun. Leadenhall-market,
butchers Gill, T. and Miller, A. Plymouth, agents Gray, J. MʻIntyne, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, sur
geons Gratty, W. and Moss, M. Liverpool, shoe-makers Goodwin, M. A. and Cooper, C. Newgate-street, mil
liners Glover, W. and G. T. South Shields, boot-makers Gilbert, J. and Taylor, H. Bristol, ship-merchants Hewitt, T. and Warner, H. St. Dunstan's-hill, Lower
Thames street, stationers Harrison, J. and Harrison, W. Birmingham, japan
ners Hatton, S. and Harris, C. Corn-hill, watchmakers Hill, J. and H. J. Birmingham, iron-manufacturers Highfield, G. B. and Martindale, D. Liverpool, mer
Hacket, J. Hover, W. and Parker, T. Drury-lane,
painters Hughes, W. and Duncan, W.M. Liverpool, merchants Hughes, W. Duncan, W. M. and Martin, M. Liver
pool, merchants Hobson, F. and Robinson, T. Leeds, booksellers Ivison, A. J. and J. M. Carlisle, straw-hat manu
facturers Jeffery, H. and J. G. Rotherhithe, tallow-chandlers Jenkins, C. H. and Dean, E. Russell-court, Drury
lane, ostrich-feather manufacturers Jacomb, W. and Bentley, J. Basinghall-street, soli
eitors Kemp, J. Stent, J. and White, W. Warminster,
builders Kay, R. and Orrell, J. Bolton, cotton-manufacturers Lee, J. and Lee, T. Beverley, corn and coal mer
chants Lees, E. and Leigh, P. Lancashire. cotton spinners Lucas, J. and Martin, H. Cabel-st. New-road, sugar
refiners Larke, J. & Clark, D. St. Johns-square, Clerkenwell,
shoe makers Litt, W. P. Steele, R. and Jarrison, J. J. Lime
street, merchants Lilley, E. and Murray, C. Edinburgh, milliners Mason, J. J. Yewens, W. and Harper, S. Surrey,
manufacturers of regulas and crude Morton, T. Trentham, W. and Mancur, J. Lad-lane,
hosiers Mc'Adam, J. and Mc'Adam, J. N. Glasgow, millers Macgregor, A. Hill, W. Dennistoun, A. and Wood,
W. Liverpool, merchants Mate, D. and Maton, M. Dover, stationers Marsh, J. H, and Sprudeus, T. Chenies-street, St.
Giles in the fields, coach makers Marzette, T. F. and Price J. Langbourn-chambers,
Fenchurch-street, wine merehants Milburn, T. and Nixon, J. Carlisle, coach makers Mansell, W. & Herbert, W, Guilford, stone masons McLaws, R. A, and Mc'Laws, W. sen. Glasgow,
spirit merchants Martin, T. and Shelly, J. N. Surrey, surgeons Nicholson, J. sen. Smith, J. and N. J. jun. Devon,
ironmongers Oliver, 'T. and Ogle, J. Sheffield, factors. Pitt, J. Powell, T. Fripp, W. and Brice, E. Bristol,
bankers Perham, J. and Edwards, J. Crewkerne, butter
factors Pring, D. and Skinner, G. Bath, surgeons Pitt, H. and Fartbing, W. Kingston-upon-Hull,
merchants Peach, J. and Stanway, S. Manchester, fustian
manufacturers Rusher, T.and Rutter, A. Banbury, booksellers Ryland, J. and Bower, M. Birmingham, gilt toy
makers Ralph, B. and Filer, J. Bristol, shoe manufacturers Robinson, W. and Tarleton, J. Liverpool, upholste
rers Redpath, C. and Kenton, J. Cleveland-st. Fitzroy
square, plumers Scott, N. and Brown, T. C. Manchester, paper
Shillingford, B. and Purdy, I. Goswell-street-road,
house painters Stillwell
, J. and James, E. Moorcroft-house, Hillingdon, Middlesex, lunatic asylum keepers Spencer, J. and Ashworth, J. Lancashire, calico
printers Sadler, G. Frith, S. and F.J. Southwark, mustard
manufacturers Sylvester, C. and S. W. Essex, coal merchants Smith, G. Collins, T. and S. G. jun. Spilsby, wool
buyers Sutton, T. and Wakeman, G. Leek, silk manufactu
rers Sloane, J. and Corris, W. C. Northamptonshire,
lace merchants Stewart, J. M. J. and C. J. Glasgow Simson, T. and S. W, Liverpool, chemists Shipley, J.J. and Berrie, C. J. Fenchurch-street, Southall, B. and Lay, J. Shropshire, ironmongers Smith, I. and Nicholson, J. Margaret-st. Cavendish
square, grocers Shotter, J. and Monk, G. Arundle, grocers Smith, T. S. J. and S. H.Crescent-place, wine-mer
chants Sutton, T. Wakeman, G. Staffordshire, manufactu
rers of silk ribbons Taylor, S. and Walton, J. Fenchurch-street, uphols
terers Tyrer, w, and Larton, W. Peterborough-court,
Fleet-street, gold and silver beaters Taylor, W. T. J. and T. J. Manchester, cotton
manufacturers Townsend, W. and Culverwell, J. P. Manchester,
merchants Taylor, J. and Willmer, E. Liverpool, printers Tobin, J. Horsefall, C. Sandbach, s. McIver, W. apd
McGregor, A. Liverpool, rope makers Turnley, G. and Swift, M. London, merchants Wood, S. Hutton, E. and H. T. Lancashire, cotton
spinners Warrender, G, McLean, A. Brown, A. Dundas, J
Dixon, J. and Houstoun, A. Dumbarton, glass
manufacturers Wilkinson, J. and S. Hilton, Lancashire, machine
makers Watkins, H. and Nicholson, T. Great Tufton-street,
and Millbank-row White, R. J. and Jarrold, T. Manchester, cotton
manufacturers Wilson, J. Wilkinson, A. and Whitaker, C. Kingston
upon-Hull, merchants Woolfe, R. and Pilkington, J. Manchester, tea-dealers Wilson, E. and Russell, J. Manchester, warehouseWimble, J. and Chaplain, J. Maidstone, honeymen
and coal merchants Whatman, R. and Hopkinson, G. Deptford, saw
makers Whitchurch, S. and Pointing, D. Devizes, iron-mon
gers Wilson, R. and M'Call, J. Lincolnshire, linen-drapers Wabey, M. A. and Wabey, A. Hertfordshire, Gover
nesses Young,C. and Y.R. Upper Thames-street, stationers.
Vaneechout, A. B. Ernest, Capt. in the Fr. service, to
Gregorie Miss, A. E. of Dunkirk Oxley, John, esq. Surveyor General, to
Norton, Miss Emma, at Sidney, New South Wales Burn, W. esq. of Coldach, Perthshire, to
Hall, Miss J. of Marpool-hall, Devon, at Florence
Napier, S. David, esq. at Calcutta, to
Dickson, Miss Ann, of Knightswood
Poussett, Miss Sophia, St. Hellier's, Jersey
Turner, Miss Leigh Page, Bedfordshire, Paris.
Allen, Lieut. George 7th Native Cavalry, Kurmanl
and Culcraigee Rosshire, at Mhaw, East Indies Casamaijor, Mrs. I. A. at Mysore, East Indies Coventry, Captain John, at Masulipatam, East
Ludlow, Lieut. Col. C. B. at Baroda, East Indies
ry, at Surat
F. at Spanish-town, Jamaica
His Majesty's late grand banquet at Oxford Circuit.--Mr. Baron GarrowCarlton-palace, in honour of the visit of Mr. Serjeant Hullock, is spoken of in the the prince and princess of Denmark, is the room of Mr. Baron Wood. first of a series, which in their result por It appears to be at leogth determined tend matter of high import. The honour that London Bridge is to be taken down of the garter has been conferred on the and a new one erected. The designs are, King of Denmark, and, in the best in. very properly, to be open to competition. formed circles, it is confidently reported It is proposed that the new bridge shall that the crown of England is to be shared only consist of five arches. with the illustrious daughter of the royal Two estates at St. Kitt's, for which Dane.
45,0001. were refused five years ago, were Prince Christian of Denmark, who is knocked down at the Auction Mart on now in London, is about 56 years of age, Tuesday, for 16,0001. and has a son by a former consort; he has A corps of Yeomanry Cavalry is about no issue by his present princess, who ac to be raised in the county of Middlesex, companies him, and whom he married about under the immediate patronage of a noble eight years ago. The prince assumes, duke and some of the principal men resi. while in England, the title of Count Al dent in the county, to consist of eight ston, which title is on his visiting cards. troops, as follows:-two at Brentford and His royal highness is considered to be Isleworth, one at Staines, one at Hounslow, here incognito.
one at Hampton, two at Uxbridge, and one Kew palace is intended for the occa at Stanmore. sional residence of our future queen.
Tithes IN IRELAND.-It appears from Summer Assizes. — The following ar a return made to the House of Commons, rangements have been made by the judges : that in the county of Tipperary there have
Home Circuit -The Chief Baron and been, in the last five years, 3037 tithe Sir T. Allan Park.
causes tried at the Quarter Sessions !-In Northern Circuit - Lord Chief Justice one year, 1817, there were 1084. In MoAbbott and Sir J. Bayley.
naghan, in the las
five years, there have Midland Circuit. -Mr. Baron Graham been 2498 causes at the suit of clergymen and Sir G.S. Holroyd.
and tithe-farmers. In Kilkenny the numWestern Circuit, Sir J. Richardson and ber has varied from 269 to 590 per year. Sir J. Burroughs.
In the county of Louth the average exceeds Norfolk Circuit.Sir W. Dallas and Sir
200 per year. W.D. Best.
IRISH COMMITTEE.-Their lordships the magh has just been proved by his widow postmasters-general have been pleased to, under two hundred and twenty thousand, order, that all letters addressed to the com pounds. This is his Grace's personal promittee at the City of London Tavern, shall perty merely. pass free of postage, provided such letters be LONDON STREETS. The luxury of enclosed in covers, having the following paved streets was not known in London superscription :-“ On the Business of the till the eleventh century. In 1090, CheapCommittee for the Relief of the Distressed side was of such soft earth, that when the Irish."
roof of Bow church was blown off by a The total number of acres of land under gale of wind, four beams, each twenty-six the cultivation of hops, in the year 1821, feet long, were so deeply buried in the was 45,662, so far as relates to England. street, that only abont four feet were seen
Earl Grosvenor, whose princely property above the surface. Holborn was not paved in mines is well known, is reported to have till 1417, before which time it was often sustained a loss of 100,0001. by the defal- impassable on account of the mud. Smithcation of a confidential agent, who is said field was paved in 1614: and it was only to have quitted this kingdom.
in 1762, that paving the streets was orderMr. Zea, the envoy from the republic of ed by a general act of the legislature. Colombia, has arrived in town from Paris. It was not before 1414, that the streets We understand the object of his visit is to were lighted, when lanterns were used for endeavour to induce the British ministers to recognise the independence of Colombia, On Wednesday last, Herbert A. D. Compand form a commercial treaty with the go- ton, esq. was appointed advocate-general vernment which he represents.
to the East India Company at Madras, in Mr. Bullock intends to colonise that su the room of the late Sir Samuel Toller. perb and valuable animal, the rein-deer, The annual distribution of medals and in the mountainous districts of Westmore- other honorary rewards, given by the So. land and Cumberland, where the lichen ciety of Arts, to various candidates, in longeferinus, or rein-deer moss, which is different departments of the arts and the principal food of these animals, is found sciences, took place at Drury-lane Theatre. in great abundance.
-On this occasion that spacious edifice Lord Forester, of Willey-park, in Shrop was lighted up at an early hour in the day, shire, has in his possession a grant from and before twelve, the pit, boxes, and galKing Henry VIII. to John Forester, esq. of lery (for there was no distinction) were Watling-street, in the city of London, the filled to repletion, by an elegant assemancestor of the family, to wear his hat in blage, of which about three-fifths were the presence of his Majesty.
ladies. The stage was completely occuAccording to the last returns, the popu- pied by the nobility, officers of the society, lation of England amounts to 11,260,555 and about one hundred candidates, placed souls : Wales, 717,108. Scotland, op elevated seats, erected on each side, for 2,092,014. Total of Great Britain, the occasion ; while their various speci14,069,677.- Ireland, 6,846,949 :—and the mens of successful competition were placed smaller Islands, 92,122.—The total popu- conspicuously around the theatre. The lation of the United Kingdom (including effect was magnificent beyond example.310,000 engaged in the army, navy, &c. The president, his royal highness the Duke amounts to 21,318,748 souls. It appears of Sussex, distributed the prizes; not omitby the census taken in 1801, that the po ting to pay some elegant and encouraging pulation of Great Britain alone has in compliments to the ladies as they succescreased since that time (that is, in 20 years) sively appeared before him; while the nearly four millions.
gentlemen were also honoured with approSir Robert Baker, who was lately dis priate expressions of satisfaction on the placed from the situation of chief magis. occasion. On his royal highness retiring, trate, at Bow-street, has been elected to the band struck up “God save the King," the treasurership of the county of Middle but the music was lost in the overwhelmsex, by a large majority.
ing plaudits of the company. The whole The will of the late Archbishop of Ar was admirably conducted.
BIRTHS IN AND NEAR THE METROPOLIS.
SONS. The lady of Col. Hugh Bailie, Mortimer-st. Caven. Mrs. A. Archdekne dish-square
The lady of Lieut. Col. Parker, Royal Artillery Mrs. H. Cott, Beaumont-cottage
Mrs. Silk, Southampton-row The lady of I. Phillimore, L. L. D. and M. P. White. Mrs. Parish, St. James's place hall
Mrs. Smith, Palmers-green Mrs. Miller, of Clapham-common, at Bath
The lady of Sir Henry Lambert