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Jones, R. late of Newport, Monmouthshire, wine-merchant, Sept. 25, 26, and Oct. 19, Commercial-rooms, Bristol. (Bourdillon and Co. Bread-street, Cheapside; and Bevan and Co. Bristol Jackson, G. Manchester, dry-salter, Sept. 25,
26, and Oct. 29, Bridgewater-arms-inn, Manchester. (Whitlow, Manchester King, W. Cavendish, Suffolk, grocer, Sept. 21, Oct. 5, and 26. (Fowcett, Jewin-street Lucas, W. Burpham, Sussex, farmer, Sept. 27, 28, and Oct, 19, Crown-inn, Arundle, Sussex. (Freeman, Arundle, Sussex; & Freeman and Co. Coleman-street Low, H.A. Sunderland, near the Sea, merchant,
Sept. 10, 11, & Oct. 15, Bridge-inn, Bishopwearmouth, Durham. (Blakiston, Symond's-inn; and Thompson, Bishopwearmouth
Leah, S. H. Old-street, watch-maker, Aug. 28, 31, and Oct. 5. (Browning, Hatton-court, Threadneedle-street
Leah, S. H. jun. Old-street, spirit-merchant, Aug. 28, 31, and Oct. 5. (Hill, Rood-lane Mitchell, T. Bow, linen-draper, Oct. 4, 5, & 29, (Jones, Sise-lane
Moore, T. Paddington, salt-merchant, Aug. 24, Sept. 17, and Oct. 1. (Donne, Princes-st. Spitalfields
Norris, T. Bishopstone, Wiltshire, shoe-maker,
Sept. 7, 21, and Oct. 12. (Hillier and Co. Middle Temple-lane; and Dew, Salisbury, Wilts Peyton, J. Christchurch, Twyneham, Southampton, merchant, Sept. 17, 18, and Oct. 19, King's-head-inn, Wimborne-Minster, Dorsetshire. (Castleman, Wimborne, Dorset Percival, R. jun. Eye, Herefordshire, wheelwright, Oct. 1, 2, and 29, King's-head-inn, Leominster, Herefordshire. (Bach, Southampton-buildings, Holborn; and Leomin
Papps, G. North-street, Lambeth, horse-dealer, Sept. 16, 17, and Oct. 15. (Richardson, Golden-square
Poole, T. Heston, Middlesex, dealer, Aug. 31, Sept. 7, Oct. 8. (Cathcart, Chancery-lane Parsons, G. Liverpool, sail-maker, Sept. 2, 4,
and Oct. 1, York-hotel, Liverpool. (Sherratt, Prescot; and Adlington and Co. Bedford-row
Rix, G. Rix, C. and Rix, G. Manifold-place, Newington-butts, corn-merchants, Aug. 26, 27, and Oct. 1. (James, Walbrook
Richards, T. W. Great George-street, Eustonsquare, New road, merchant, Sept. 16, 17, and Oct. 12. Knight and Co. Basinghall
Rose, T. of the Cafe-Royale, Regent-street, Pall-mall, wine and brandy merchant, Sept. 6,7, and Oct. 12. (J. Robinson, Half Moonstreet, Piccadilly
Smith, J. F. Regent street, linen-draper, Sept. 14, 28, and Oct. 15. (Jones, Sise-lane Smith, W. H. Faversham, Kent, linen-draper, Sept. 10, 17, and Oct. 19, (D, Jones, Siselane
Sharp, T. Cheapside, pastry-cook, Sept. 7, 17, and Oct. 12. (Harding, Mortimer-street, Cavendish-square
Townsend, W. B. Little Chelsea, brewer, Sept. 17, Oct. 1, and 26. (James, Bucklersbury Turney, J. Sedgebrook, Lincolnshire, and W. Bates, of Halifax, Yorkshire, merchants, Oct. 2, 3, and 12, White Lion-inn, Halifax. (Stocker and Co. New Boswell-court; and Wilcock, Halifax
Thurtell, J. Bradwell, Suffolk, merchant, Sept. 30, Oct. 1, and 29, Bear-inn, South-town,
Suffolk. (Steward, Great, Yarmouth; and Swain and Co. Frederick's-place, Old-jewry Tomlinson, W. Chester, wine-merchant, Sept.
13, 14, and Oct. 19. (Mayhew, Chancerylane
Tompkins, H. Bromyard, Herefordshire, innholder, Sept. 26, 27, and Oct. 26, King'sarms-inn, Bromyard. (Beverley, Gardencourt, Temple; and Phelps, Ludbury Wilkinson, R. London, merchant, Sept. 24, Oct. 1, and 29. (James, Bucklersbury Wall, J. Birmingham, dealer, Sept. 26, 27, and Oct. 26, Royal-hotel, Temple-row, Birming ham. (W. C. Smith, Basinghall-street; and T. Sadler, Birmingham Wycherley, W. Trefnant, Shropshire, farmer,
Sept. 16, 17, and Oct. 1, Talbot-inn, Dratonin-Hales. (Baxter, Gray's-inn-place; and Stanley, Drayton-in-Hales, Shropshire Westerdale, J. Kingston-upon-Hull, grocer Oct. 3, 4, and 20, Dog and Duck-tavern Scale-lane, Kingston-upon-Hull. (Taylor, Clement's-inn
Yates, W. Bristol, baker, Sept. 13,14, and Oct. 15, Commercial-rooms, Bristol. (Edmunds, Exchequer-office, Lincoln's-inn; & Jaques Bristol.
FROM SATURDAY, JULY 20, TO SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1822.
Harris, G. Birmingham, Oct. 4
Hudson, H. Cannon Coffee-house, Oct. 5
Jackson W. G. and Hardley, W. Great Surreyst. Sept. 28
Johnson, W. Birmingham, Oct. 4
Keene, J. W. Birmingham, Oct. 3
Knight, J. Coppice-row, Clerkenwell, Sept. 21
Lavers, J. Knightsbridge, Devonshire, Oct. 2
Lowe, H. Macklesfield, Sept. 16
Lloyd, C. Thesford, Sept. 20
Mattinson, J. Huddersfield, Oct. 31
Moore, T. Bartonshaw, Herts, Sept. 16
Nicholl, E. Hemel Hempstead, Herts, Sept. 28
Pattison, C. St. Neot's Huntingdonshire, Oct. 2
Peake, S. jun. and Bothwell, J. Holliwell, Lan-
Prentice, A. & Shelly, T. Manchester, Sept. 12
Peters, J. and Weston, F. Bristol, Oct. 7
Sykes, J. and Hollis, J. Manchester, Oct. 4
Notice of opposition to the discharge of any prisoner must be entered in the book at the office, 33, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, three clear days, exclusive of Sunday, before the day of hearing. The schedules are filed and may be inspected every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, between the hours of ten and four, up to the last day for entering opposition.
PETITIONS TO BE HEARD IN THE COUNTRY.
County Courts, Durham, 5th Oct. at eleven. Calvert, Jeoffrey, of Darlington, Durham, labourer.
Guildhall, Haverfordwest, 5th Oct. at ten.
Williams, Thomas, of Fater, Saint Mary, shopkeeper, last of Orielton-mill, Monckton, both in Pembrokeshire, miller.
Lancaster Castle, 8th Oct. at ten. Bamford, Edmund, of Hades, near Rochdale, Lancashire, coal-master
Fairbrother, Joseph, of Bury, Lancashire, shopkeeper
Jones, Thomas, of Manchester, dyer
Grand Jury-chamber, Winchester,
Grist, Chs. of East Woodhay, Hants, labourer.
Gibbs, Charles, of Wembdon, Somerset, farmer Green, William, of Pilton, Somerset, thatcher Hodder, William, of Holford, Somerset, butcher Sainsbury, Eliz. of Weston, Somerset, widow Wood, James, of Weston, Somerset, gardener.
Lancaster Castle, 8th Oct. at ten. Atkinson, Edward Swimburn, of Kendal, Westmoreland, manufacturer of woollen goods and grocer Bentley, Thomas, of Manchester, book-keeper Blackhurst, Thomas, of Preston, corn-dealer
Booth, Thomas, of Mossley, Ashton-under-line butcher and innkeeper
Brown, John, of Manchester, joiner and housebuilder
Dixon, James, of Liverpool, porter
Entwistle, E. of Bolton-le-Moors, shop-keeper Flanagan, Barnard, of Bolton-le-Moors, last of Manchester, baker
Griffith, William, of West Derby, near Liverpool, carter
Hirst, Joseph, of Huddersfield, clothier, last of Liverpool, innkeeper
Jones, James, of Liverpool, victualler Kay, John, of Bury, machine-maker, draper, and provision dealer
Kerr, Hugh, of Salford, Lancashire, grocer Knowles, James, of Manchester, manufacturer and shopkeeper
Lightfoot, Thomas, of St. Helens, yeoman Lomax, Abraham, of Manchester, weaver Rishton, John, of Crompton, near Rochdale last of Blackburn, leather-dresser
Scholes, John, of Over Darwen, Lancashire wheelwright and victualler late farmer Sissons, William, of Manchester, hosier and laceman
Sowerby, Martha, of Lancaster, publican Tipping, John. of Tarbuck, Lancashire, farmer Ward, James, of Oldham, Lancas. shop-keeper Welch, Thomas, of Pemberton, last of Boltonle-Moors, shoemaker
Whitby, William, of Manchester, shopkeeper Young, Richard, of Halliwell, near Bolton-leMoors, of Lawton and Goldborn, Winwick, last of Bolton-le-Moors, farmer.
Shirehall, Shrewsbury, 10th Oct.
Astley, Reuben, of 3, Lawrence-la. Cheapside
Audit-house, Southampton, 8th Oct.
Moreau, John, of Southampton, artist
REMARKABLE INCIDENTS IN THE MONTH.
Mrs. James Finnie, at Lisbon, of a son
Mrs. Joseph Phelps, at Madeira, of a daughter
Hilton, Captain, 45th regt. foot, at Colombo, to Summerfield, Miss H. daughter of Major S. 83rd regt
James, Robert, esq. at Demarara
Smith, Jno. P. esq. King's Advocate, at Demarara Thornhill, H.B.esq.of Montague-pl. 42-at Tours Bonham, Ensign $. 9th regt. foot, Grenada Mathison, Lieut. C. 1st bat. 3rd N.I., Boinbay.
His Majesty arrived at Greenwich from Scotland in excellent health and spirits. By order of the home secretary of state, Sir R. Birnie, chief magistrate at Bow-street, attended with a large body of dismounted and other patrole. Detachments of foot guards and royal marines occupied stations within the Hospital grounds. The veteran inhabitants of the Hospital were drawn up in their best apparel, within the railings. The Lord Mayor, on board the city barge, proceeded down the river below Blackwall, and attended in the capacity of conservator of the Thames, to conduct his Majesty back to Greenwich. The river opposite the Hospital presented a pleasing spectacle. Boats in considerable numbers moored as closely as they were allowed to do on each side the stairs, at which his Majesty was to land. They were chiefly filled with ladies. Immediately off the stairs, the Admiralty barge, the yacht of Sir Richard Goodwyn Keats, K. B. governor of the Hospital, the Navy Office barge, and the Thames Police yacht, were moored in readiness for the arrival of the royal squadron, information having been conveyed by the Comet steam packet to Sir Richard Keats that his Majesty was expected to arrive every minute. A short time after this communication had been made, the Royal Sovereign, with her yards nicely squared, the national standard flying at the main, and the commodore's broad pennant at the fore top, hove in sight, towed by the James Watt steam packet. Almost at the same moment discharges of artillery were heard saluting his Majesty as he passed Woolwich. Just before the Royal Sovereign reached Blackwall, the Lord Mayor, in the city barge, towed by the Eagle, drew gently off into the centre of the river, and taking the lead, preceded
the royal squadron until it arrived at Greenwich. A few minutes afterwards the spectators were gratified with a full view of the Royal Sovereign moving majestically round the point of land below Greenwich, preceded by the stately city barge, with her profusion of gaudy flags and streamers flying, and surrounded and followed by hundreds of vessels of every description. The royal yacht was fast moored immediately off the Hospital stairs, and the King appeared upon the quarter deck, in the uniform of an admiral. A load and almost unanimous burst of applause from the spectators was acknowledged by the King in his usual affable manner. Soon after his Majesty descended the accommodation ladder to the Admiralty barge, accompanied by Lord Melville, Mr. Croker, &c. &c. and was immediately rowed ashore. The royal carriage immediately drove off amid loud cheering.
Parliament is prorogued from Tuesday the 8th day of October next, to Tuesday the 26th day of November
His Majesty has been pleased to appoint, the Right Honourable George Canning one of his Majesty's principal secretaries of state.
The King has been pleased to appoint Major-General the Right Hon. Sir Benjamin Bloomfield, to be his Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at the Court of Stockholm.
The Earl of Clanwilliam has resigned the Private Secretaryship at the Foreign Office.
The Duke of Wellington, accompanied by Earl Clanwilliam, has left town for Vienna.
Sir W. Knighton has succeeded Sir B. Bloomfield as Private Secretary and Keeper of the Privy Purse.
Cumberland Gate, the great northern entrance to Hyde Park, is about to undergo a very great improvement-it is said at the sole expense of Mr. Hope, whose classical taste and princely munificence are so well known in the fashionable world.
The Trustees of the British Museum are going to build two wings in the garden behind, 315 feet long by 33 feet wide. The estimated expense is £200,000. which the Government will advance by instalments of £20,000. a-year, during 10 years. The present house is not to be pulled down, but repaired and beautified, so as to correspond as nearly as possible with the new work.
The foundation is laid out for the new Union Club-House, on the north
side of Cockspur-street, nearly opposite Spring-gardens. It will have a grand front with pillars.
The College of Physicians is to be on the south side of Pall-mall East, at the back of the Union Club. Each of the above buildings will have a front that will face the east, so as to form one side of a street to run from Cockspurstreet to Pall-mall East.
The Union University Club, at the corner of Suffolk-street, is proceeding very rapidly.
Alterations are making at Coventgarden Theatre, as well as at Drurylane, but not upon so large a scale as the latter. Among the alterations at the former Theatre is the removal of what is styled the " basket," the boxes behind the dress boxes in front.
Mrs. Henry Metcalfe, Hill-st. Berkley-square Mrs. W. Ferrers, Wimbledon
Mrs. H. Larpent, Putney
Mrs. C. Wilson, Timstale Vicarage
Mrs. J. Drake, North Church
Mrs. E. Repton, Drayton-green, Ealing.
Mrs. John Oswald, Deptford
Mrs. B. Travers, New Broad-street
Mrs. J. S. Manley, Thickbroom-cottage, Staffordshire
Mrs. T. S. Price, Duchess-street
Mrs. Moody, South Weald, Essex
Mrs. G. W. Baker, Shooter's-hill, Kent
Mrs. Greenway, Judd-street, Brunswick-square
Mrs. W. H. Tatham
Mrs. J. Kendrick, Upper Mary-le-bone-street Mrs. E. A. Wilde, College-bill
Mrs. M. Ware, New Bridge-street
The lady of William Heygate, Esq. M.P.
The lady of Capt. Barrett, 14th Light Dragoons
Mrs. E. Wilson, Villa-house
The lady of Sir L. V. Palk, Haldon-house"
The lady of the Hon. Capt. Rodney, R.N. Ryde,
Mrs. Drinkwater, Liverpool
Mrs. Elliott Graham, Tubney-lodge, Berks
The lady of the Hon. J. Brodrick, Morley-lodge,
Mrs. N. Harden, Highgate
Mrs. Alexander Monroe, Bushey, Herts.
Lady Caroline Ann M'Donald, Boyle Farm
Mrs. S. Donaldson, Hart-street, Bloomsbury
Mrs. Jardine, Stamford-bill
Mrs. B. Barnwell, jun. Weymouth-street
Mrs, W. Kew, New Palace-yard
The lady of Maj. Ord, K.H. R.A, Granstead-hall The lady of Sir C. H. Colville, Duffield, Derbyshire
Mrs. William Heygate, jun.
Mrs. J. Christie, Queen-street, May-fair
Mrs, C. L. Curtoys, Tottenham-mills.
Adolphus, J. L. esq. Barrister-at-Law, to
Stewart, Miss R. Royal York-crescent, Clifton Bosanquet, Wm. esq. jun. Upper Harley-st. to Cumming, Miss Eliza, Enfield
Brown, Mr. Betts-street, Rateliffe-highway, to D'Arcy, Miss Wilkes, Tolleshunt, Essex Bedford, J. Y. esq. Birmingham, to
Jenner, Miss C. Berkley, Gloucestershire Bradley, Francis, esq. Gore-court, Kent, to
Harris, M.J. daughter of Rt. Hon. Lord Harris Brown, Mr. C. J. Islington, to Williamson, Miss Mary Ann
Eur. Mag. Vol. 83.
Barron, George, esq, to
Barron, Miss Eliza, Strand Bingham, J. esq. Derby, to
Rogers, Miss Lucy, Wassell-grove Beale, J. E. esq. Plaistow, Essex, 10 Loxley, Miss Eliza, Stratford-green Buck, Charles, esq. Preston, to
Birley, Miss, Low-mill, Whitehaven Bough, William, esq. London, to
Pritchard, Miss A. Darlington-street Burton, Henry, esq. Inner-Temple, to Clarkson, Miss, Arundel-street, Strand Brough, Mr. John, to
Oddy, Miss Jane, St. Botolph, Aldgate 2 M
Coleman, James, esq. Laytonstone, to
Moss, Miss M. Hanover-square
Mason, Miss A. Fleet-street, Peckham Drake, Rev. Wm. B. A. Northampton, to Bat, Miss Elizabeth, Great Houghton Dawkins, James, esq. M.P. Oxfordshire, to Forbes, Miss María, daughter of Gen. Forbes Dorey, Mr. Thos. Broad-street-buildings, to Triguet, Miss Eliza, of the Grove Deacon, Mr. Samuel, Skinner-st. Snow-hill, to Scripps, Miss Grace, Southmolton-street Davidson, Mr. Thomas P. Islington, to Harvey, Miss Mary, Holloway
Eaton, S. esq. Ketton-hall, Rutlandshire, to
Lowndes, Miss K. of that place
Gibson, Mr. D. Grosvenor-pl. Camberwell, to
Haldane, Alexander, esq. Inner Temple, to Hardcastle, Miss E. Hatcham-house, Surrey Hampson, Sir G. F. bart. to
Brown, M. F. daughter of Admiral B.
Mathias, Wm. esq. Bernard-st. Russell-sq. to
Faulder. Miss Ann, Gower-street
Heythuyson, Miss E. John-st. Bedford-row Plestow. C. B. esq. Norfolk, to
Musgrave, Miss G. Devonsh.-st. Portland- pl. Patmore, G. P. esq. London, to
Robertson, Miss Eliza, Perth
Reynolds, J. H. esq. of Great Marlborough st. to
Saltwell, W. esq. Charleton Chambers, to
Smith, Abel, esq. M P. Woodhall Park, Herts, to
Thellusson, T. R. esq. Northamptonshire, to
Talfourd, T. N. esq, Inner Temple, to
Rutt, Miss R. Clapton, Middlesex West, Sir Edward, Recorder of Bombay, to Folkes, Miss L. G. Hillington Hall, Norfolk Witherby, Mr. R. St. John's College, Cam, to Hale, Miss E. Petworth, Sussex
West, T. T. esq. Pavement, Finsbury, to Bryane, Miss S. P. Brixton Common, Surrey
Austice, Mrs. the wife of Lieut. D. H.F. 53d regt. Portsmouth, 28-Stewart Abernethy, eaq. late assistant commissary general, West-Indies -Rev. T. W. Astley, Queningten, Gloucestershire.
Broad, Mrs. at Arundel, 96-Mrs. J. Bally, Kensington, Surrey-T. Brown, esq. Lower Cheam, Surrey, 53-Richard Birt, esq. John-st. Adelphi-Mrs. John Brandon, Soho-sq.-Mrs. N. Bennet, jun. Camden-row, Peckham-Edward Bochm, esq. St. James's-sq. 81-William Broadbent, esq. Ewell, Surrey-Widow of Captain J. A. Blanchard, Brighton-Mrs. E. Bromley, Deptford--Mr. J. Burgess, Upper Thamesst.-Mrs. Bowring, Tower-street.
Coveney, Mrs. John, Kean's Head, Russellet. Drury-la.-Mrs. W Cantherley, Ludgatehill-R. Cunliffe, esq. Blackburn, LancashireR. Crawford, esq. Nelson's-pl. Kent-rd. 81Mrs. Sarah Gollet, Peckham-Mrs. Carruthers, Shacklewell, 73-Mrs. Carrington, wife of the Rev. Mr. C.-Mrs. J. B. Cramer, BrightonMrs. E. Crisp, Lower-st. Islington, 88.
Dulany, Mrs. R. T. Bath, 98-J. Dennis, esq. Alverton, Penzance-Mr. J. Dickson, Coventgarden, F.L.S, 84-The Right Hon. Elizabeth Lady Dormer, wife of John Evelyn Pierpoint, tenth Baron Dormer, of Winggrove Park, Warwick, 57-C. J. L. De Thiballier, R. N. 28.
Edwards,James, Pall Mall, 14-John Elmslie, esq. Berner's-st.
Field, Miss M. A. Stanstead, Herts-Mrs. R. Furnivall, Trafalgar-st. Walworth, 30-B. I. Friedman, esq. Woodford.
Gardiner, J. G. C. esq. Thurgurton Priory, Nottinghamshire-Mrs. Grinnell-G. de Linge Gregory, esq. Hungurton-house, Lincoln, 83Isaac Gulliver, esq. Wimborne Minster, Dorsetshire, 77-Rev. S. Grover, A. M. Hemel Hampstead, 27-Mrs. Gortz, Upper John-st. Goldensq. 37.
Hayton, Amos, esq. Mark-lane, 78-Miss M. E. Hoblyn, Sloane-st. 18-Mr. Wm. Hodgetts, Powick, Worcestershire-Lieut. General John Haynes, Hon. East-India Company's service, at Cheltenham-The lady of Major Holland, Northst. Lambeth, 50-Mr. T Hills, Upper Rathbonepl. 61-Lieut. J. F. Holdon, Knightsbridge.
Illingworth, Miss E. Prospect-place, Edgware-road.
Leathley, Mrs. Clapton, 67-R. Legh, esq. Adlington-hall, Chester, 69-Mrs. T. G. Lloyd, Clapham-road.
Mallory, Mrs. Ann, Woodcote, Warwick, 64Mr. J. Mackinder, surgeon, Middlesex-pl. Newroad-Mrs. Jane Mann, Clapton-Sir T.J. Metcalfe, bart. Fernhill, Berksh. 39-Mr. C. Miles, Egham-Mrs. Mary Milles, North Elmham, Norfolk, 93-Mrs. Wm. Mooney, Walthamstow
Oakes, Lieut. General Sir Hildebrand, 69– Mrs. C. Offley, Parken-hill, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
Pollen, Mrs. R. Millbrook, Hants, 70-Mrs. E. Powell, Exeter-Mrs. Price, Bagniton, Warwickshire Mrs. Ann Phelph, Osborn-place, Whitechapel-Miss M. M. Phillips, Pall MallLady Perth, Park-la. Grosvernor-sq. T. F. Phillips, esq. Moss-side, Manchester, 78-Wm. Perden, esq. Berner-st. Charlotte Jemina, daughter of Admiral Sir Charles Pole, Aldenham Abbey, Herts, 17.
Robson. Mrs late of York, 83-Mr. G. Rose. surgeon, St. Mary Axe-Miss Charlotte Raffles, Bencoolen-Mrs. Rolls, King's-road, Chelsea.
Simons, Lieutenant D H.-Mr. G. Stienbach, Upper Castle-street, Leicester-sq. 72-John R. Snow, esq. Hatton-hill, Surrey, 77-Robert Salmon, esq. late of New Bond-st. 73-Mrs. B. C. Smith, Stoke Newington, 37-Mrs. G. Silk, Northampton-pl. Clerkenwell, 65-Isaac Steele, Brighton, 51-Groome Spence, esq. Paddington, 65-Mrs. G. Skelton,Hatton-garden--T. Singleton, esq. East-end, Finchley. 68--Mrs. L. Smith, Paternoster-row, 34- Mrs. Schatz, Tower-st.
Taylor, Mrs. Ann, Kensington, 78- Lieut. Peter Truppo, R. N. 38-Miss H. D. Taunton, Totnes, Devon, 14-Miss C. Trower, ClaptonMr. T. H. Tatham, Dorset-square.
Vause, Mrs. Ann, Liverpool, 43
Walford, Mr. J. Castle-st. Holborn-The lady of Capt. Sir W. S. Wiseman, bart. of his Majesty's frigate Tamar-Hugh Wishard, esq. Lincoln's-inn. 56-John Welsford, esq. late of Crediton, Devon, 81-Miss Webb, Plymouth-G. Whittingstall, esq. Watford, Herts, 67.