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lowed; then the Nicene Creed, after acres were entirely under water. The which the Rev. Mr. Pearson aseended the gales at sea were also as destructive as pulpit, and took his text from the latter the deluges on land ; and Lloyd's Books part of the 63d verse of the 1st of Kings. never presented a more woeful List, * So the King and all the children of though it is gratifying to add, that the Israel dedicated the House of the Lord.” loss of lives jas never been known so tri
After the sermon, the choir sung, fling, in comparison with the number of
" Hallelujahı, for the Lord God Omni- vessels wrecked, or damaged. Amongst potent reigoeth. !--" The Kingrlom of the former of which, one of the most disthis world is become the Kingdom of our tressing cases, was the total loss of the Lord, and of his Christ ; and he shall Juliana homeward-bound East Indiaman teign for ever and ever : King of Kings (Private Trade), on the Kentish Knock and Lord of Lords," when
Shoal, off Margate, when the captain and The Bishop having pronounced the final several of the crew went down in the blessing, “ "God save the King” was vessel. buels given by the choir.
The service concluded about half-past The Marquess of Wellesley's reception two a'clock, and the Chapel was crowded in Dublin has been in every respect such to excess.
as to promise popularity to his exertions
for ameliorating the condition of Ireland ; The last four days of the year 1821 were and we are happy to add, that the efforts unhappily distinguished by general inun- already made have been most beneficial in dations almost entirely throughout the restoring the misguided insurgents to orcountry. On the banks of the Thames, der and obedience; and though certainly particularly towards Vauxhall, Millbank, far from quiet, the disturbed districts and Chelsea, the high tides, added to the are rapidly returning to tranquillity. The land floods from the recent continued numerons congratnlatory Addresses pre. rains, did considerable mischief: in many sented to the Lord Lieutenant have been parts the banks were broken down by the all distinguished by an unanimity of sen. strength of the current, fences were timent most truly desirable, and his Exwashed away, and the devastation was as cellency's replies have been uniformly awful as it was severe. Many lives were such as to renew the conciliatory feelings lost in different parts, and the destruction produced by his Majesty's recent visit, of property was immense. In the lower and to recommend a continuance of the parts of England the floods were equally, condnct so urgently enjoined by his Ma. or more distressing, and thousands of jesty's fareweli Letter.
THE REVENUE. We have great pleasure in laying before our readers the following highly gratifying view of the Public Revenue for the Years and Quarters ending on the 5th of January, 1821, and the 5th of January, 1822.
Quarters ended 5th Jan. 1821. 1822. Encrease. / Decrease,
£. 8,631,891 9,135,102 26,361,702 26,5 16,115 6,151,317 6,108,610 1,389,000 1,318,000 6,311,340 6,256,811 1,192,257 1,263,271
42,707 71,000 54,535
To the encrease of £402,904 on the dead stock, and in some parts even the present Quarter, may be added that of dwellings of the inhabitants. This la£837,264 on the three months preceding, mentable visitation has much encreased and we shall thus find that in the half the distresses of the husbandman. The year just expired, there has been an young Weats on well-drained lands conencrease, compared with the half year tinue their healthy appearance. Beans ending on the 5th January, 1821, of no and other spring corn must be got in very less than £1,240,168, or nearly a million late, from the deluged state of the soil. and a quarter sterling !-We are happy to The Fen countries are in a most danger of add, that the Encrease in the Irish Re- a general innundation, from the breaking venue for the past year compared with the of their banks. Clover-seed rises light, preceding, amounts to no less a sum than and will fall short of an average crop. £127,350 19 84.
Turnips are running away fast, from the
continuing mildness of the season; the AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR DECEMBER. Grass feed is still abundant from the same
The long continuance of heavy rains in cause. Hay is cheaper. Smithfield has all districts of the country has caused a been largely supplied with beast and sheep general suspension of agricultural opera- through the month. Lean Stock are contions, except that of letting water off the siderably lower, particularly for Welch lands, which are so extensively overflown. runts and short-horned steers. The Wool Great damage has been sustained in the market is rather brisker for all sorts, at yales of most counties, by the floods sweep- somewhat better prices. Horses of most ing-away abundance of corn, hay, live and kinds are hardly saleable on any terms.
Dec. 6. At Frankfort-place, Plymouth, 10. At Densworth House, near Chiches-
ter, the Lady of John P. Plumtre, Esq. of 29. At the Ordnance Barracks, Chat. a daughter. ham, the Lady of Lieutenant-colonel Pas- 13. At Norbeton, near Kingston, the ley, of the Royal Engineers, of a daughter. Lady of Captain R. M. Jackson, R. N. of
JAN. 1, 1822. At Hill, near Southampton, the Lady of Jolin Charles Bristow, 14. The Lady of P. Hussey, Esq. WyrEsq. of a daughter.
ley Grove, Lichtield, of a son and heir. 4. At Cheshunt, the Lady of Thomas 18. Mrs. De Lisle, of Devonshire-square, Todd Walton, Esq. of the Foreign Post of a daughter. Office, of a son.
Mrs. Gidley Howden, of Old-street, 7. Át Hampstead, the Lady of John road, of a son. Fraser, jun. Esq. of a son.
Esq. Stockwell, to Hannah, youngest
daughter of John Leigh, late of Hadley, 29. At Tripity Church, Chester, by the in the county of Middlesex, and now of Bey. G. Larden, Lieut. Watkis, of the High House, Thames Ditton, Esq. to Royal Artillery, to Jane, third daughter William Joseph Furlong, Esq. of his Ma. of the late Rev. R. Leach, Vicar of Llan- jesty's 90th Regiment of Light Infantry, saintfraid, Muptgomeryshire.
eldest son of Joseph Furlong, Esq. MaJan. 1, 1822. At Mary-le-Boge Church, gistrate for the County of Limerick. Imby the Rev. Henry C. Cherry, A.B. Corate mediately after the ceremony, the happy of Esher, St. John Bogle French, Esq. of pair set off for Bath, to spend the honey, the Hon. India Company's Madras Mili. Gary Establishment, to Louisa Jane, 3. It Lambeth Church, Joshua Black.
burn, Esq. of Liquor pond-street, London, 15. By special license, at Everingham to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John Park, in the East Riding of the county Blades, Esq. of Brockwell Hall, Surrey. of York, the Hon. Charles Thomas, se.
3. At Aix en Provence, Lieutenant cond son of the Right Hon. Lord Clifford, Thomas Hallowes, of the Royal Navy, to of Ugbrooke Park, in the county of DeMargaret, only daughter of Lieutenant von, to Teresa, youngest daughter of the colonel Nicholas Ramsay.
late Marmaduke Constable Maxwell, 8 At Havant, Captain Wilson Braddyll Esq. Bigland, R. N. to Emily, second daughter At Foot's Cray, by the Rev. E. of the late Samuel Leeke, Esq. Havant. Wariner, J. R. Coryton, Esq. son of the
- At Bolton Percy, near York, by the Rev. G. Coryton, of Penzance, to ElizaRev. W. Bentinek, Prebendary of West- beth, the only daughter of William Rose minster, Edward Taylor, Esq. only son of Haworth, Esq. Principal Clerk in the Edward Clough, Esq. to Georgina Bent- Office of the Auditor of the Receipt of his les Emma Badcock, daughter of the late Majesty's Exchequer. William Badcock, Esq.
19. Åt St. George the Martyr's, Queen14. At Wimbledon, in the county of square, the Rev. Henry Cole, to Frances Surrey, by the Rev. Henry Lindsay, John Spencer, second daughter of LieutenantSamuel Hudson, of the Inner Temple, colonel Stransham, Royal Marines. E-c. to Maria, daughter and co-heiress At St. Helen's Church, by the Rev. of the late Ralf Alien, Esq. of Bath. James Capper, of Wilmington, John Cap
- At Edinburgh, Mr.'s. R. Block, of per, Esq. of Crosby-square, to Elizabeth, London, to Agnes, eldest danghter of only daughter of the late 'Thomas TurnAdam Wilson, Esq. Clerke Depute of bull, Esq. Session
DEATHS. LATELY, at Cambridge, the Rev. her: may her numerons friends who laPhilip Douglas, D.D. Master of Bene't ment her loss, shew their sense of departed College, in that University, and Vicar of worth by imitating her virtues, her piety, Gedney, in the county of Lincoln. and her charity:
Nov. 3. At Golden Grove, Tobago, the 24. At sea, George Augustus Howard, President of his Majesty's Council in that son of Matthew Howard, Esq. of NorIsland, John Robley, Esq. of Russell- wood. square, London.
28. Mrs. Agnes Atkinson, of Great Dec. 23. At Gateshead in the County Ormond-street, Queen square, aged 91 of Durham, aged 61, Mrs. King, relict of years. Rev. Richard King, A. M. Rector of Wor- 30. In the 68th year of her thin, Salop, and Vicar of Steple Mordon beth, the wife of the Rev. George Gaskin, in the County of Cambridge, and third D.D. Rector of St. Benet, Gracechurch, daughter of the late Sir Francis Bernard, London, and of Stoke Newington, MidBart. She was the author of “ The Be- dlesex. Deficial Effects of the Christian Temper on JAN. 2, 1822. Aged 20, Sophia, second Domestic Happiness" “ Female Scrip. daughter of Mr. Richard Roffey, of Walture Characters," – and other useful worth. works. But these formed a very small 4. At Exeter, Miss Janet Allardyce, part of her valuable exertions: her whole of Aberdeen. life was passed in acts of kindness and Henry, eldest son of Henry Hedges, benevolence to all who stood in need of Esq. of Hayes, Middlesex. her assistance. At Gateshead where she
At his house, Prince's-square, St. resided for the last 12 years, surrounded George's in the East, Mr. Charles Tabor, by a numerous population of labouring aged 56. poor, the neighbouring suitor never 9. Mr. D. Davis, of the firm of Cle. applied in vain. She established there menti and Co. 26, Cheapside. a Society for visiting the sick poor, and 10, At his apartments in Argyll-street, supplying them with all needful comforts; Thomas Randall, Esq. of Chelsea, aged and she founded and supported at her 57 years. own expense a Sunday School at that place 1. Aged 79, in Hanway-street, Mrs. for educating the poor children in the Mary Jones, upwards of 50 years a resiprinciples of the Christian Religion. Her dent at that place. active usefulness was indeed manifested
At Worthing, Mr. Benjamin in promoting every charitable scheme for Hawes, brother of the founder of the informing the minds and relieving the Humane Society. wants of her fellow Christians. She is 12. Aged 74, Ann, the wife of Mr. called to her rest,-and her works follow Stephen Pilgrim, of Epsom,
12. At Walworth, Thomas Chambers, *15. At her house, Upper Tooting, in Esq. aged 62.
her 83d year, Mrs. Wilson, relict of the At High Wycombe, Mrs. King, late Christopher Wilson, Esq. aged 75, widow of the late Isaac King, 17. At the Duke's house, in St. James'sEsq.
square, the Duchess of St. Alban's. 13. At Hartley Wintney, Hants, Sarah In his 3d year, Thomas, the only Down Husband, eldest daughter of Tho. son of Mr. T. B. Burbidge, of Southmas Husband, Esq. of that place.
wark. At 'Taunton, Kenneth Mackenzie, At East Sheen, Surrey, CatherineEsq. late of Warren-street.
Elizabeth, wife of Francis Seymour Lar15. At Bridgnorth, Mrs. Mary Bree, pent, Esq. one of the Commissioners for widow of the late Robert Bree, Esq. Auditing the Public Accounts. of Solihall, in Warwickshire, aged 88. 19. At Great Ealing, Mrs. Bligh, in
14. Joseph Parmenter, of Lamarsh, in the 83d year of her age. the county of Essex, Esq.
20. At Kennington, in his 63d year, At her house, in Charter house. Mr. Henry Borradaile, late of Newingsquare, Mrs. Jane Bridges.
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTS, FROM TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1821, 10 TUESDAY, JANUARY, 22, 1822.
WITH THE ATTORNIES' NAMES,
Extracted from the London Gazette. N.B. All the Meetings are at the Court of Commissioners, Basinghall-street, unless
otherwise expressed. The Country and London Attornies' Names are between Brackets.
BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. AUSTIN, HEN. DE BRUNO, Northumberland-st. KINNER, W. and S. Notting-bill, Middlesex, stage
St. Mary-le-bone, bricklayer and builder. Jun. 18. coach-proprietors. Dec. 29. BRAMMÁLL, J. Saddleworth, York, worsted-spin- SMITH,'BENJ. and Co. Great Coxwell and Farringner. Dec. 20.
don, Berks, cheesefactors. Jan. 1i. COOPER, W. Liverpool, Draper. Jan. 19.
WILLIAMS, H. Ploughi.co. Lombard-st. merchant, HUBBLE, MARK, Tonbridge, Kent, victualler, Dec 29. Jan. 15.
BANKRUPTS. ANDREW, SQUIRE and HEN. Micklehurst, BRITTAIN, BENJ. Warren's Farm, Hertford,
Chester, woollen-manufacturers, Feb. 9, Bridge. dealer in hay, Feb. 29. [Bond, Ware, Herts.] water Arms, Manchester. (Hurd and Co. Tem- Jan. 19. ple; and Buckley, Manchester. Dec. 29.
BUCKLAND, JOSEPH, Chard, Somerset, miller, ARBEY, THOS: Pocklington, York, iron.monger, March 5, George, Crewkerne, Soinerset. (Hine,
Feb. 12, Oid George, York. (Evans, Hation. Exsex.co. Temple; and Baker, Ilminster, Somer. garden ; and Holmes, Pocklington.). jan. ... set.] Jan. 22. ARBEY, ROB. Alne, York, iniiler, Feb. 19, Wheat CARTWRIGHT, THOS. Okehamptoa. Devon, Sheaf, York. [Freame and Co. Fig Tree.co. innkeeper, Feb. 5, Subscription Ronis, Exeter. Temple ; and Gamble, York.) Jan. 1.
(Brution, Old Broad-st.; and Brutton, Exeter.] AMBROSE, THOS. Waterloo-pl, woollen-draper, Dce. 25.
Feb. 23. (Hodgson, John-st. Adelphi.), Jan. 18. CLARK, THOS. Hammersmith, money-scrivener, ANNEN, JAS. Church-row, merchants, Feh. 2, and Feh. 12. (Isaacson, Broad.co. Long acre. )
March 2, (Sweet and Co. Basinghiall 'street.) CHAFER, WM. Kingston upon.Hull, grocer, Peb. Jan. 19.
16, Dog and Duck, Kingston upon Hull. (Brown BUTCHER, OSBORN, Burnham-Westgate, Nor. and Son, Baston upon-Humber, Lincoln; and
folk, farmer, Feb. 5. King's Arms, East Dereham, Hicks, Grives inn sq.) Jan. 5.
dealer, Feb. 5, Seven Stars, Ledbury. (Steven. side.) Jan. 5.
gate-st. pen and feather-manufacturer, Feb. 19. BLACKBURN, WM. Bedford, near Leigli, Lan. Noel, Great Ormond st.) Jan. 8.
caster, manufacturer, Feb. 16, Bridgewater Arms, COLVILLE, EDW, DODD, Charlotte-st. Portland. Manchester. [Hurd and Co. Temple; and Ker. pl. picture-dealer, Feb, 23. (Poole, Adam's co. shaw, Manchester.) Jan. 5.
Ord Broad-si.) Jan. 12. BUSH, HEN. Leddon, Norfolk, grocer, Feb. 9, CLEMENCE, JOAN, jun. Northumberland street,
Rampant Horse, Norwich. [Windus, Bartlett's. Mary-le. Bone, carpenter, Feb. 23. (Stevens and
bu. Holborn; and Boyce, Norwich. Dec. 29. Co. Little $t. Thomas Apostle.) Jan. 18. BROADBENT, JOHN, jun. and Co. Tanstead, DELVALLE, ABRAHAM, York-st. Covent-garden,
Saddleworth, York, merchant, Feb. 19, at the wine-merchant, Feb. 23. (Reardon and Co. Cor. House of Mr. Wrigley, innkeeeper, Dobcross. bet.co. Gracechurch-st.) Jan. 12. (Whitehead, Oldham ; and Milne and Co. Tem. ETHERINGTON, JOS. Knottingley, York, coai. ple.) Jan. 8.
dealer, Feb. ! Star, Pontetraci. (Walher. Lin. BEAUFOY, JOHN, Meriden, Warwick, draper, coin's Inn-fields; and Clough and Co. Ponte
Feb. 19. Bull's Head, Meriden. (Troughton and fract.] Dec. 5.
and Marcin (Warne, Leadenhall-street.] BIRCH, ROB.YALDEN, Hammersmith, medicine. Jan. 22.
vender, , Feb. 19. (Harnell, Northumberland-st. FULLSTONE, HENRY, Cottenham, Caunloridge, Susand.] Jan. 8.
auctioneer, leb. 3, Hoop, Cambridge. (Smilton
Hatine-garden's and Bays, Cambridge.) Dec. 7, and March 6, Norfolk Hotel, Norwich. [Barbor,
Fetter.la.; and Cooper, East Dereham, Norfolk ] FRUST. JOAN. Temple Normanton, Derby, Jan. 22.
5. Feb., White Hari, Datte!d. [Brom. MURCOTT, ANDREW, Warwick, draper, Feb. 11. fiets, Gray's Inn-sq ; and Rickards, Alfreton.] 12, and March 5, Swan, Warwick. (Meyrick and
Co. Red Liun-sq.) Jan. 29.
York. (Lever, Holborn.co. Gray's-Jun; and
Coruwall, Scarborough.) Dec. 29. GRAVES Tito 100. Colienham, Cambridge, NEALE, GEO. Grantham, Lincoln, builder, Feb. bereichen Foto, 1a, Hing, ('ambridge. (Whiteley, 19, Angel, Grantham. [Striker and Co. New
tre; epi Croft, Cloacery.la.) Jan. Y Haswell.co.; and Newcome, Grantham.] Jan. i. GI!.. WW Scarhough, York, linen.draper, NUNVELEY, SAM. Cransley, Northainpton,sbeast. Festa DE. Manchester. (Wood. Manchester; jobber, Feb, 26, George, Kettering, Northampton. *** Mardarit A.'jemple.jjar. 5.
(Lanıb, Kettering; and Nelson, Barvard's Inn.] GER. JOSHUA, Nottineham, tish monger, Feb.
Jan. 15. 6 Pouch Boal, Nottingham. (Hoplinson and OLIVER, THOS. High-st. Mary-le. Bone, victualler, 16. Nulliuglan; and Woulston, Furnival's-inn.)
Feb. 16. (Carlou, High-st. Mary-le-Bobe.]
2, d. [Birch. Armitage, Litchfield; Old Bell, Dursley. (Eden, Woouon-Underedge,
Glošcester; and Bridges and Co. Red Lion-sq.]
Gew's in the East, carriers. Feb. 2, and March le Bone] Jan. 5.
merchant, Feb. 1. and 19. Angel Inn, Wootton.
maker, Feb. 19, Subscriprion Rooms, Exeter.
Jan. 8. Dec. 25.
PLAYER, JOHN BROOKRS, Bristol, bottle-liquor. HAIGH, THOS. Poland-st. St. James's, book. merchants, Feb. 29, White Lion, Bristol. (Vizard
ter, Fe) 9. (Mayhew, Chancery-la.] Dre. 29. and Co. Lincoln's lon-fields; and Gregory, Ex. HOTED, JOHN, Hawkhorst, Keni, corn.dealer, change.hu. Bristol.) Jan. 18.
Feb. 16. Piregson and Co. Angel co. Throgmor- PEARSUN, EDW. and Co. Liverpool, merchante, tun-st! Jan. 3.
Feb. 11, 12, and 26, George, Liverpool, (Orred HARRISON, ROB. Colesbill, Warwick, tanner, and Co. Liverpool; and Lowe and Co. London.] fib. 19, waa, Coleshill. [Jenkins and Co. New.
Tanovarth; and Palmer, Coleshill.j Jan. 8. (Lowden and Co. Clement's Inn.) Jan. 19.
Feb, 19, Falerg, St. Seots. (Forbes, Ely-place, Feb. 5, 6, and March 2, White Bear, Manchester,
(Wright and Co. King's Bench-walk, Temple; HOY LE, BENJ. Broad st. Bloomsbury. tailor, Feb. and Dumvile, Exchange-buildings, Manchester.] , and 23. (Constable and co. Sy mond's-inn,
Jan. 19. (tancers-la) jur. 19.
PIGRAM, JAS, and THOS. RUSSELL, Maidstone,
*t, mil cloth water, Feb. 28, George, ('rewkerne, Throgmorion-st.) Jan. 94.
st. Holborn, grocer, Feb. 8. (Ashmore and Co. JENKINS, RICH.JENKINS RUNWA, Axbridge, Henrietta-st. Covent, Covent Garden.) Dec, 25. Sornetset, clerk, Frb. 16, White Lion, Bristol. ROGERS, JOHN and Co. Savoy-st. Strand, harness. (Poe and Co. Gray's lan-sq.; and Saunders, makers, Feb. 16. (Lewis, Surrey-st. Strand. } Bristol.) Jan, 5.
Peh. 4, 5, and March 4. Bear, Cowbridge, Gla. chant, feb. 23. [Cousins, Old Broad-street.]
Jan. 18. Bordilston, Glamorgan ) Jan. 19.
RYE, THOS. Dockhead, Bermondsey, oilman, KING, JACOR, Great Yeldham, Essex, linen-dra- Peb. 26. (Knight and Co. Basinghall-street.)
per, Feb. 9. and March 8. (Reardon and Co. Jan. 15. Corbet.en. Gracechurch-st.) Jan. 19.
RICHARDS, JONATHAN, Exeter, cahinet-inaker, KING, KOB. Coventry.co. Haymarket, grocer, Feb. Feb. 6, 7, and March 2, Globe, Exeter, (Darke 5, 19, and Match 5. (Carlow, High-st. Mary-le- and Co. Ked Lion-sq.; and Terrell, Exeter. ]Jan. Bone ) Jan. 98.
19. LEE, CHAS. Hay wond, Salop, maltster, Feb. 4, ROUTLEDE, THOS. Liverpool, broker, Feb. 19,
, and March , Red Lion-sq. Newport, Salop: 14, and March 2, George, Liverpool. (Lowton,
Liverpool.) Jan. 19.
Feb. 9, Dog, Manchester. (Wood, Manchester; 16, and March 9.
SHAW, JOHN, Oldham, Lancaster, machine. MATHEK, JOS Jewin.st. wine-merchant, Feb. 23. maker, Feb. 5, White Bear, Alanchester. (Chip." Wanna, Falcon st. Falcom sq.) Jan. 18.
pendale, Crane-co. Fleet-si.; and Shuttleworth, MICKLF. JOHN, Percy-st. Torienham-court-road, Rochdale,) Dec. 95. tailor. (Fishes and Muoday, Furnival's-inn, Hole STOKER, JOHN, Doncaster, tip man, Feb. 5, Star, boro Jon. 15.
Pontefract. [Taylor, John-st. Bedford-row; and DIILNE, JOHN, Liverpool, painter, Feb. 11, 12, and Badger, Rotherham.). Dec. 25.
, George, Liverpool. (Kamsbottom, Liverpool; SIMPSON, WM. J. Manchester, hosier, Feb. 9. and Blackstock and Co. King's Brnch-walk, Albion Hotel, Manchester. [Law and Co. Man. Tetaple) Jar. 15.
chester ; and Adlington and Co. Bedford-row.) METCALF, MICH, Brunswick.pl. City.ro. mer. Dec. 29. chant, Feb. , and March (Alliston and SCOTT, OCTAVIUS, Manchester-bu. Cannon-row, Co. Freeman's-cn. Cornbill.j Jan 19.
army-agent, Feb. 9. (Allision and Co. Freeman's. MACKINTYKE, JOHN, Liverpool, merchant,'Feb. co. Cornhill.] Dec. 89. !, 2, and March , George, Liverpool. (Battye, STAFF, BDW. Norwich, brick-maker, Feb. 2s, Chancery la., and Cramp. Liverpool.1 Jan. 1. Norfolk Hotel, Norwich. (Bignold and Co. Nore MANN, WM. Thompson, Norfolk, farmer, Feb. 8, mich; and Holine and Co. New.inn.) Jan, 18.