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there is no demand in the market.There has been little doing in Bonded Oats, and no purchases whatever of Barley are reported.
INDIGO. There is no alteration in the prices since the sale at the IndiaHouse. The public sale at Liverpool this week attracts some attention, and it is probable there will be some fluctuation here after the event as to price, &c. is ascertained.
TALLOW.-The price of yellow candle Tallow is advanced to 47s. At
Petersburgh the quotation has risen from 110 to 120 roubles.
The demand for Hemp, which has been brisk and extensive, has rather subsided; the nearest quotation to-day is 391. 10s.
SILK.-The sale at the India-House has gone off considerably higher than the prices of the last sale.
TOBACCO.-The arrivals are considerable, but the purchases continue confined to small parcels for immediate consumption; the market is exceedingly heavy.
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF TRADE.
The Secretary to the SOCIETY of GUARDIANS for the PROTECTION of TRADE by Circulars has informed the Members thereof, that
Several bills dated "LONDON," are now in negociation, purporting to be drawn by
MICHAEL COMPORT, on, and to be accepted by Ellis, Williams, and Co. of Oxford-street; the acceptance to which, on being presented, turns out to be a forgery, Messrs. Ellis, Williams, and Co. (who have left Oxford-street some time) having no knowledge of, nor dealing with, any person of that name. JOHN DAVISON, (formerly mentioned) lately kept a baker's shop, the corner
LIST OF PATENTS.
TO DAVID MUSHET, of Coleford, Gloucestershire, Ironmaker; for an improvement or improvements in the making or manufacturing of iron from certain slags or cinders, produced in the working or making of that metal. Dated August 20, 1822.
TO WILLIAM MITCHELL, of Glasgow, Silversmith; for a process whereby gold and silver plate, and other plate formed of ductile metals, may be manufactured in a more perfect and expeditions manner than by any process, which has hitherto been employed in such manufacture. Dated August 24, 1822.
TO THOMAS SOWERBY, of Bishopwearmonth, in the county of Durham, Merchant; for a chain, upon a new and improved principle, suitable for ships' cables, and other purposes. Dated August 29, 1822.
TO ROBERT VASIER, of ChasewaterMine, Kenwyn, Cornwall, Civil Engineer; for an improvement in the compounding of different species of metals. Dated September 3, 1822.
TO HENRY BURGESS, of Miles-lane, Cannon-street, London, Merchant; for certain improvements on wheel carriages. Dated September 3, 1822.
LIST OF BANKRUPTS,
FROM SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, TO TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1822:
WITH THE ATTORNIES' NAMES.
Extracted from the London Gazette.
N.B. All the Meetings are at the Court of Commissioners, Basin ghall-street, unless otherwise expressed. The Attornies' Names are between Parenthesis.
Richards, M. Hythe, Hampshire, ship-builder Harris, J. Bristol, lithographer
Rix, G. Rix, C. and Rix, G. Manifold-place, Newington-butts, corn-merchants.
Allwood, C. Walcot, Somersetshire, confectioner, Oct. 18, 19, and Nov. 16, Castle and Ball Inn, Bath. (Isaac Marshfield, Gloucestershire; and Stephen, G. Broad-street Buildings.
Braithwaite, W. Leeds, manufacturer, Oct. 15,
16, and Nov. 5, Court-house, Leeds. (Makinson, Middle-temple; and Foden, Leeds Butcher, W. Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, mercer, Oct. 8, 9, and Nov. 12, Swaninn, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. (Hall & Co. New Boswell-court, Carey-street; and Maw, Mansfield
Bradford, G. and A. Paradice, Bristol, brokers,
Oct. 7, 21, and Nov. 16, White-lion, Bristol, (Williams & Co. Lincoln's-inn; & Browne and Co. Broad-street, Bristol Burrow, T. Kendal, Westmoreland, grain-merchant, Oct. 31, and Nov. 1, and 23, King'sarms-inn, Kendal. (Addison, Verulambuildings; and Wilson, Kendal Blackband, G. Gonsall, Staffordshire, grocer, Oct. 28. 29, and Nov. 26. (Hicks, Gray'sinn-sq.; and Brookes, Newport, Shropshire Bolton, E. Birmingham, victualler. Oct. 28, 29, and Nov. 26, Hen and Chickens Hotel, Birmingham. (Long and Co. Holborn-ct. Gray's-inn; and Smith & Co. Birmingham Chapman, G. Old Bond-street, fruiterer, Sept. 28. Oct. 19, and Nov. 5. (Swain and Co. Frederick's-place, Old Jewry
Cuff, J. Regent-street, Westminster, jeweller, Oct. 18, 19, and Nov, 5. (Mayhew, Chancéry-lane
Chandler, J. Jewry-street, Aldgate, flour-factor, Oct. 5, to Nov. 23
Clark, W. Maiden-lane, Covent-garden, soda-
Fletcher, T. Queenhithe, coal-merchant, from
sons, Oct. 28, 29, and Nov. 16, George-inn, Liverpool. (Topham, Castle-st. Liverpool; Adlington and Co. Bedford-row Frost, J. sen. Bridlington Quay, Yorkshire, corn-merchant, Oct. 22, 23, and Nov. 26, Great-hotel, Bridlington-quay. (Wardell, Fridlington-quay; and Grace, Birchin-lane
Fenner, T. and J. Why, Holborn-hill, laceman, Oct. 22, 29, & Nov. 26. (Smith, Barnard'sinn, Holborn, and Bethnal-green Gray, J. Kingston, Surrey, linen-draper, Oct. 12, 26, and Nov, 19. (Reardon and Co. Corbet-court, Gracechurch-street Gregg, T. R. and R. Phene, jun, Watling-street, wholesale-confectioners, from Oct. 12, to
Hart, S. G. Harwich, merchant, Oct 8, 12 and Nov. 12. (Saunders & Co. Upper Thames
Herbert, T. jun. Great Russell-street, Blooms
bury, auctioneer, Oct. 22, 26, and Nov. 16, (Hewitt, Tokenhouse-yard, Lothbury Howarth, J. C. Bath, dealer, Oct. 10, 21, and Nov. 19. White-lon-inn, Thonias-street, Bristol. (Adlington and Co. Bedford-row; and Scrace, Bath
Handscomb, J. H. Newport Pagnell, Bucks, lace-merchant, Oct. 26, 29, and Nov. 26. (Jupp and Co. Carpenter's Hall, London Wall
Hulton. W. jun. Chowbent, Lancashire, moneyscrivener, Oct. 31, Nov. 5, and 26, Bridge. inn, Bolton-le-Moors. (Adlington and Co. Bedford-row; and Boardman and Co. Bulton le-Moors
Jacks, T. Bishopsgate, without, flour-facter, Oct. 12, 26, and Nov. 16. (Lee, Threecrowns-court, Southwark
Johnston, J. High-street, Wapping, grocer, Oct. 19, Nov. 2. and 23. (Smith and Co. Austin Friars Leigh, J. Jeffery's-square, St.-Mary-axe, mer chant, from Aug. 17, to Oct. 5
Lacey, R. Lyncombe and Widcombe, Somersetshire, builder, Oet. 3, 10, and Nov. 9, Whitelion-inn, Thomas-street, Bristol. (Admgton aud Co. Bedford-row; and Scrare, Bath Lane, W. Alderton, Gloucestershire, cow-dealer, Oct. 23, 24, and Nov. 12, Hop-pole-inn, Tewkesbury. (Winterbotton, L. Tewkesbury; and Bousfield, Chatham-place Martin, J. Oakham, Surrey, wheelwright, Oct. 5, 26, and Nov. 9. (Walter, Mitre-chambers, Fenchurch-street
May, W. Wellington-place, Goswell-st. baker, Oct. 5, 26, and Nov, 9. (Dacre, Palsgraveplace, Temple
Musson, V. Gidling-street, Bermondsey, baker, Oct. 12, 19, and Nov. 9. (Wilkinson, New North-street, Red-lion-square
Mabson, Kelsale, Suffolk, farmer, Oct. 21
Middleton, J. T. Stone, Staffordshire, coach
proprietor. Oct. 21, 22, and Nov. 12, at the Office of Messrs. Wheatley and Co. Stone. (Barber, Fetter-lane; and Wheatley and Co. Stone
Norris, T. Bishopstone, Wilts, shoe-maker, from Oct. 12, to Oct. 19 Oldfield, R. S. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant,
Oct. 18, 19, and Nov. 16, King's Coffeehouse, Kingston-upon-Hull. (Shaw, Elyplace, Holborn; and Richardson, Hull Papps, G. North-street, Lambeth, horse-dealer, from Oct. 15, to Dec. 3
Prideaux, P. C. Plymouth, timber-merchant, Sept, 27, Oct, 4, and Nov. 5, Royal-hotel. Plymouth. (Squire, Plymouth; & Wright, King's-bench-walk, Temple Paltrey, W. Hinchwieke, Gloucestershire, Oct. 18, 19, and Nov. 16, Royal-hotel, Cheltenham. (Tan, Stow-on-the-Wold, Glostersh.; and Pritchard, Earl-street, Blackfriars Pearson, T. Walford, Staffordshire, malster, Oct. 25, 26, and Nov. 23, Bell and Bear Inn, Stow. (Harvey and Co. Lincoln's-innfields; Hubbard and Co. Cheadle, Staffords. Rix, G. Rix, C. and Rix, G. late of Manifold
place, Newington-butts, corn-merchants, from Oct. 1, to Oct. 12
Spencer, W. Swansea, Glamorganshire, papermaker, Oct. 17, 18, and Nov. 9, at the Public Rooms, on the Burrows, Swansea. (Price, Lincoln's-inn; and Collins, Swansea
Smith, J. F. Regent-street, linen-draper, from Oct. 15, to Nov. 5
Tye, E, Sibton, Suffolk, farmer, Oct. 21, 22, and Nov. 16, Three-tuns-inn, Yoxford, Suffolk. (Woodhouse, King's-bench-walk, Temple; Sharpin, Buccles
Wake, R. B. Morton, Lincolnshire, timber-merchant, Oct. 8, 9. and Nov, 5, Red-lion-inn, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. (Hannam and Co. East-Redford; and Allen and Co. Carlisle-street, Soho
Webber. J. Bath, currier, Oct. 18, 19, and Nov. 19, White-lion-inn, Bath. (Makinson, Middle-temple; and Hellings, Bath Wheeler, J. jun. Abingdon, Berks, grocer, Nov. 1, 2, and 23, Crown-and-thistle-inn, Abingdon. (Nelson, Essex-street, Strand; and Graham, Abingdon
Watson, G. B. Rock Lodge, Durham, cornmerchant, Nov. 6, 7, and 26, Queen's-headinn, Morpeth, Northumberland. (Meggison and Co. Verulum-buildings, Gray's-inn; and Brummell, Morpeth
Yates, W. Yate and Pickup Bank, Lancashire, dealer, Nov. 11, 12, and 23, Old Bull-inn, Blackburn. (Edleston, Blackburn; and Clarke and Co Chancery-lane Yates, G, Eccleshill, Lancashire, dealer, Nov, 11, 12, and 23, Old Bull-inn, Blackburn. (Edleston, Blackburn; and Clarke and Co. Chancery-lane.
FROM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, TO TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1822.
Boyers, J. jun. Wansford, York, Oct. 23
Byass, H. Raleigh, surgeon, Oct. 26
Boyes, G. F. Anlaby, Kingston-upon-Hull, Oct. 23
Blackburn, W. Bedford, Lancashire, Nov. 2 Browne, J. & J. Gregson, Charles-street, Grosvenor-square, Oct. 29
Bryan, W. L. & R. G. Gunnel, Poultry, printers, Oct. 26
Bural, J. Swansea, Oct. 31
Booth. T. Newark-upon-Trent, Notts. and A.
Booth, Notting. tallow-chandlers, Nov. 14 Barton, J. Blackburn, Lancashire, Oct. 30 Brennand, T. Bread-street, Cheapside, Nov. 2 Bishop, J. Broad-st. Bloomsbury, horse-dealer, Nov. 2
Collier, T. Newport, Salop. liquor - merchant, Oct. 21
Cropper, T. Warrington, Lancashire, Oct. 25 Coates, C. Stanton Drew, Somersetshire, Oct 31 Chapman, W. Gravesend, provision - merchant Oct. 29
Clay, R. Stainford, Lincolns. scrivener, Oct. 29 Durtnall, J. Dover, Oct. 30
Drake, J. Lewisham, Kent, master - mariner,
Elgie, W. Ruwarp, Yorkshire, Nov. 5
Good, P. P. Clapton, insurance-broker, Oct. 26
Gough, J. Bath, painter, Nov. 4
Hyde, D. Waltham-Abbey, Essex, Oct. 8
Haggart, J. Limehouse-hole, victualler, Nov. 2
Harris, T. St. Nicholas, Worcester, Nov. 4
Jopson, W. & C. Wignall, Liverpool, Oct. 16
Jopson, W. Liverpool, turpentine-distiller, Nov. 5
Kermode, W. Liverpool, Oct. 24
Knight, T. Chipping Sodbury, Gloucester, Nov. 4 Knibb, B. Billingborough, Lincolnshire, grocer, Nov. 4
Leech, J. & J. Hinchcliff, Cateaton-street, Nov. 5 Massey, J. Heaton Norris, Lancashire, grocers,
Melhuish, G. Crediton, Devon, Oct. 24 & 31 Milne, A. G. Mitre-court, Fenchurch-st, Oct, 22 Millward, J. Redditch, Worcestershire, Oct. 30 Mills, J. Water-lane, Tower-st. wine-merchant, Oct. 26
M'Nair, Abchurch-lane, merchant, Oct. 26 Miller, J. C. & A. Bishopsgate-street, merchants, Nov. 2
Mawhood, R. jun, Wakefield, Yorkshire, moneyscrivener, Nov. 11
Pritchard, J. D. Tipton, Staffordshire, Oct. 28 and Nov. 4
Pritchard, W. & E. Bevan, Bristol, Nov. 4
Rainey, R. Spilsby, Lincolnshire, Oct. 31
Robinson, M. A. Red Lion-st. Holborn, Nov. 5
Robinson, J. Manchester, cotton-mercht, Nov. 2 Skidmore, W. Sheffield, Oct. 21
Salesbury, T. Preston, Lancashire, Oct. 21 Stabb, T. Torquay, Devon, merchant, Oct. 19 Stainley, T. Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, Oct. 23 Sanderson, R. Doncaster, Oct. 28
Symons, P. Plymouth, merchant, Oct. 26 Seward, New Sarum, Wilts, clothier, Nov. 7 Strombom, J. Austin-friars, merchant, Nov. 2 Slade, T. Bartholomew-close, Smithfield, oilmerchant, Nov. 6
Tugwood, J. Lancaster, Oct. 21
Trigg, H. & J. Ratcliff, Hertford, Oct. 29
Thomas, D. Carmarthen, grocer, Oct. 28 Townsend, J. Ludgate-hill, laceman, Oct. 8 Tabrum, R. & J. Barron, Walbrook, Nov. 5 Vincent, J. Regent-street, victualler, Oct. 26 Walters, J. Studham, Hertfordshire, Oct. 5 White, J. Tarporley, Cheshire, inn-keeper, Nov.5 Webb, George, Cornhill, dealer, Oct. 26 Wilkinson, W. Norton-hammer, Derby, Nov I Williams, S. Bristol, apothecary, Nov. 4 Watson, H. Bolton-le-Moors, druggist, Nov. 5 White, S. U. Edingley Cotton-mills, Nottingham, Nov. 6
Young, G. New Sarum, Wilts, grocer, Nov. 7
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 at the Justicehall, Old Bailey, 15th Nov. at nine. Brockhill, John, of Chatham, of the Kent-road, of Spencer-street, St. George's in the East, last of Deptford, boot and shoe-maker Brooke, John, of Nusterton, Nottinghamshire, of Hull, of Barton, Lincolnshire, butcher, last of Beverley, stable-keeper
Burdett, John, of 107, Aldersgate-street, of 27, Barbican, last of Red Cross-street, laceman. Burdord, John, of Sugar Loaf-court, Leadenhall street, porter, last of White Lion-street, Goodman's-fields, fruiterer and green-grocer, last of Sugar Loaf-court, Leadenhall-street, porter
Clayton, Oliver, of Galway, Ireland, wine-merchant
Dalton, Elizabeth, of Swansea, shop-keeper Fenn, Samuel, of 29, Bell-street, Mary-le-bone, baker
Hammond, Levi, of 21, King-street, last of 18, Young-street, Kensington, bricklayer
Johnson, Samuel, of Shuckton Manor-house, near Mugginton, Derbyshire, farmer
Sansome, William, of 19, Litchfield-street, Soho of 9, William-street, Lisson-green, of 2, Pontipool-place, Blackfriars'-road, last of 4, Webber-row, Waterloo-road, carpenter and coaldealer
Streeter, William, of Marlborough-place, Southampton-street, Camberwell, bricklayer and plasterer
Sutton, William Samuel, of the White Hart, White Hart-yard, Drury-lane, victualler, of Stratford, Essex, last of 9, Kent-place, Oid Kent-road, oilman
Taberman, John Raymond, of Coal Harbourstreet, Hackney-road, last of Caroline-place, Wilmore-gardens, Kingsland-road, merchant's clerk (sued as John Raymond Tableman.) Tasker, Thomas, of 113, York-street, Commercial-road, grocer and Coal-dealer Thompson, Robert, of Woolsthorp, near Grantham, last of Deeping St. James, near Market-Deeping, Lincolnshire, victualler and cattle-jobber
West, William, of Maidstone, fruiterer and horse-dealer
Williams, Richard, of Bath, tailor.
Jones, George, of Edmonton, chandler-shop- Shire-hall, Shrewsbury, 14th Nov. at
keeper Kemp, John Eley, of the Grange, Worth, Sussex, farmer
Orpin, Charles, of Upper Thornhaugh-street, Tottenham-court-road, grocer and cheesemonger, last of Portland-place, New-road, painter and glazier
Bayley, Thomas, of Preston-Brockhurst, last of
A Messenger has arrived at the Foreign Office from the Duke of Wellington, his Majesty's Representative at the Congress at Verona; but the particulars have not transpired. Letters from Vienna state that the Emperor Alexander will return to his dominions sooner than was expected. He has already caused it to be announced at Petersburgh, that he expects to arrive there in a month at the farthest, having renounced the intention of travelling to Rome and Naples.
Lord Liverpool and the Chancellor of the Exchequer have determined to submit to Parliament, as one of their first measures of Finance, a plan for converting the old four per cent annuities into three and a half per cent. The result of a similar operation with respect to the fives, last year, occasions this experiment.
It is reported that the present intention of Ministers is to defer the meeting of Parliament until February, unless some unexpected occurrence should in the mean time occasion a change in their determination.
Lord Amherst is appointed Governor-General of India.
A grand mews is building at Pimlico in the room of those at Charing-cross, most of which, owing to the new street that is to face St. Martin's church, being obliged to be pulled down. It commences at the stables known by the name of the Duke of York's, and will proceed considerably higher than the Riding-house, which is to come down. The termination of the new mews will be very close to the palace at Pimlico. A great space of the garden is required for it.
St. Paul's Cathedral will, through the whole of the ensuing winter, be brilliantly illuminated with gas-lights, whenever it shall be necessary, during divine service. The candlesticks and chandeliers, by the help of which it has been hitherto partially lighted up, have been suffered to remain in case of accidents, but no use is otherwise intended to be made of them. The pipes have been some time since laid down, and traversing the cript, ascend into the choir and body of the church where they are concealed by passing through the centre of eight elegant pillars of gilt brass, the summits of which are each furnished with three large burners. Four more pillars of a similar description, but of greater magnitude, adorn the railing in front of the altar; and by the brilliancy of the light they will afford, supersede the necessity of continuing the pair of tall wax tapers which hitherto have stood upon the altar.
NORTHUMBERLAND HOUSE, Strand. The repairs and improvements are all expected to be completed ere Christmas-day. The workmen have been obliged to under-pin the whole of the edifice. The grand marble staircase is completed; next to that of Chesterfield House, it will be the finest thing of the kiud in London. The upholders are expected to complete the interior decoration by the 24th of March; and in the month of May a grand fête is expected to be given. His Grace is also making great improvements at Alnwick Castle. Sion is finished.
English newspapers may now be sent to India at an expense of only