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one penny, paid at any post-office in the kingdom.
The Greenland Fishery has not been so unproductive as this season for many years. In 1820 the quantity of oil produced was 20,000 gallons;
in 1821, 17,000 gallons; and the present year less than 7,000 gallons.
It is an extraordinary fact, that the ship, Sir Godfrey Webster, is on the point of sailing for Bengal, with a cargo of Newcastle coal!
The Lady of the Rev. R. Salkeld, Fontwell-rectory, Dorset
The Lady of E. Colston, Esq. Shepton-mallet The Lady of J. Nethercoat, Esq. Haslebeech, Northamptonshire
The Lady of Major Denshire, Upper Cadoganplace
The Lady of Major Burrowes, Benarth, Carnarvonshire
The Lady of the Rev. E. P. Bossier, Cheltenham
The Lady of Lieut. Col. Youngson, Bowscar, Cumberland
The Lady of the Rev. Dr. Booker, Dudley Lady Glammis, Paulswalden, Herts, son and heir
The Countess of Minto, Minto-house, Roxburghshire
Lady W. Somerset, Ridge, near Sudbury The Lady of J. H. Whitmore, Esq. Rome-cot. tage, Monmouth
The Lady of T. Wenham, Esq. Brompton row The Lady of I. Petty Muspratt, Esq. Dulwich The Lady of T. Abbott, Esq. Mornington-eres
The Lady of the Rev. E. Barber, Worlingworth Suffolk
The Lady of Alex. Gordon, Esq. Clapham
The Lady of Col. Ross, Albany-barracks, Isle of Wight
The Lady of W. Stuart, Esq. M. P. Hill-street The Lady of J. C. Worthington, Esq. Newstone, Tanbridge Wells
The Lady of A. Lavile, Esq. Oaklands, Devon The Lady of W. Friend, Esq. Stoke-newington The Lady of H. Russell, Esq. Sutton-park, Bedfordshire
The Lady of Lieut. Col. Hogg, East India Company's Service
The Lady of T. Welsh, Esq., Upper Cadoganplace
The Lady of E. Boghurst. Esq. Scarbro'
The Lady of Sir D. Erskine, Conway, North Wales
Lady Paget, Fair Oak Lodge, near Petersfield The Lady of Sir J. Fellowes, Adbury-house, Hampshire
The Lady of J. Bishop, Esq. Woburn-place, Russell-square
The Lady of W. Holmes, Esq. Brookfield, near Arundle
The Lady of J. Cotton Worthington, Esq. Newston, Tunbridge Wells
The Lady of R. Ballard Johustone, Esq. Provender, near Faversham
The Lady of J, Woodford, Esq Devonshire-st. Portland-place
The Lady of E. Smith, Esq. Gordon-house
The Lady of E. Forster, near Windsor
Lady Elizabeth Toilemache, Englefield-green
The Lady of J. S. Jessopp, Esq. Albury-place, Cheshunt
The Lady of the Rev. W. Roy, Chaplain at Madras
The Lady of Mr. T. Bugden, Walworth
Ainsworth, Jesse, jun. esq. Wicken-hall, to Lees, Miss Hannah, Oldham
Allen, Capt. J. R.N. Christchurch, Surrey, to Shirley, Miss Mary
Alington, Rev. J. Little Barford, Beds. to
Plumer, Miss Eliza, Canons, Herts
Adams, Capt. C. R.N. Minto-house, N.B. to Brydone, Miss Elizabeth
Allan, Mr. Charles Stuart, Hay, to
Gardner, Mrs. widow of Major Gardner
Austin, John, esq. Clapton, to
Hobson, Miss Ellen, Markfield
Barrington, G. esq. East Dulwich, Surrey, to
Kavannah, Miss Ann', Borris
Barlec, Rev. William, Barhain, Norfolk, to Lee, Miss Margaret, Dickleburgh, Norfolk Bartlett, Rev. John, Buckingham, to Reynolds, Miss, Bankhouse, Salop
Bingham, Mr. John Courcher, Hull, to
Tabor, Miss Eliza, Walcot-place, Lambeth
Gray, Miss Louisa Anne, Durham Brenton, Sir Jahleel, Fetcham, to
Brenton, Mias Harriet, Halifax, Nova Scotia Bradley, Rev. W. Prebendary of Wells, to Barker, Miss Frances Maria, Barbadoes Bourne, C. esq. Cranbrook, to
Cook, Miss Mary
Bruckshaw, Joshua, esq. Bredbury, to
Prescott, Miss Susannah, Stockport Boery, Rev. W. Crawley, Flaxley Abbey, to Crawley, Miss C. Stowe, Northamptonshire Barnard, Mr. E, jun. Paternoster-row, to Chater, Miss Caroline, Cornhill Banks,T. Christopher, esq. Bank Newton, to Weston, Miss Harriett, Wilsley, Kent Cave, T. es. Yeovil, to
Templeman, Miss Mary, Buckland-street Campbell, F. Gardner, esq. Troup, Banffshire, to Duff, Miss Maria, Carnousie, Banffshire Clay, Wm. jun. esq. Russell-square, to
Dickason, Miss H. Montagu-st. Russell-sq. Crawford, Matthew, esq. Middle Temple, to Montagu, Miss Louisa M. Lackham-house Coombs, Mr. Henry, Frome, to
Payne, Miss Eliza, Frome
Cook, Samuel Green, esq. Colchester, to
Chandler, Miss Mary, London
Digby, Benjamin, Esq. Mountjoy-sq. Dublin, to
Davidson, Capt. Henry, in Cardiganshire, to
Dickinson, A. esq. to
Allen, Miss Eliza, Lewisham, Kent
Dunford, George A. esq. 19th Foot, to
Dando, Mr. John Jones, Bucklesbury, to
Ward, Miss Jane, Chester
Elgood, Mr. John Gerrard, Wimpole-street, to Luff, Miss Alice Simpkin, Long-acre
Forbes, Capt, Henry, R.N. to
Home, Miss, daughter of Sir E. Home Fallowfield, Rev. J. Oldham, to
Gordon, Miss, ditto
Fell, Wm. Watling-street, to
Young, Miss, Great Surrey-street
Gramshaw, Capt. R. of the Bengal Artillery, to Bunn, Miss Sophia
Green, Rev. Thos. Fordham, Graveley Herts, to Lee, Miss Mary, Dickleburgh
Grellier, Mr. P, J. Wormwood-street, to
Goodall, Miss Margaret, Burton Latimer
Herries, Miss E. Acton-place, Kingsland-rd. Girardot, Capt. C. A. Coldstream Guards, to Colnette, Miss Margaret C. Waltham Abbey Homfray, W. King's Hill, Monmouthshire, to Thompson, Miss Eliza Lee, Chichester Harrington, Mr. Henry, to
Wright, Miss E. Grenville-st. Russell-square Holland, Henry, M.D. Lower Brook-street, to Caldwell, Miss M. E. Linley Wood Staffords. Hillier, Henry Bentick Curry, esq. Rochester, to Lacey, Miss Ann
Henderson, Thos, esq. Long Burgh, to
Wilson, Mrs. Doughty-street
Haydon, Mr. Edward, Islington, to
Davies, Miss Maria Jane. Hackney
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Hutton, Mr. Thos. Cheapside, to
Morris, Miss Elizabeth, East Grinstead Hicks, Francis, esq. Bartlett's-buildings, to Owen, Mrs.
Jones, Rev. Charles, Pakenham, to
Friend, Mrs. Clapham
Kenrick, Rev. G. Larkbear, near Exeter, to Bowring, Miss Margaret
Kenrick, Mr. Samuel, West Bromwich, to Kenrick, Miss Marianne
Lester, T. Y. esq. at Dumbarton Castle, to Ferrier, Miss Mary
Lynes, Rev. J. Elmley Lovett, Worcestersh. to Wynne, Miss C. S. Garthmeillo, Derbyshire Liverpool, the Earl of, Hampton-ct. palace, to Chester, Miss Mary
Lindsay, Mr. T. Dalby-terrace, City-road, to
Short, Miss, Frederick-place, Hampstead-rd. Lester, Thos. Young, esq. Royal Fusileers, to Ferrier, Miss Mary, Dumbarton Castle Littlewood, John, jun. Mr. Walworth, to Perkins, Miss Louisa
Langton, Mr. Henry, Maidenhead, Bucks, to Stephenson, Miss M. William-st, Blackfriars Monk, Rev. J. H. D.D. Dean of Peterboro' to Hughes, Miss Jane, Nuneaton, Warwickshirę Mahon, Dennis, esq. Norwich, to
Henrietta, daughter of the Bp. of Norwich Mennons, J. esq. Greenock Douglas,I. of Man, to Mills, Miss Catherine Ann
Mandeville, Viscount, St. James's, to
Sparrow, Miss, daughter of Lady O. Sparrow Marson, T. F. esq, Newington, to
Buckle. Miss Mary Ann, Mark-lane
Rich, Miss Elizabeth, Milton-next Gravesend Murray, A. esq. Gt. Russell-st. Bloomsbury, to Smith, Miss Ann, Aberdeen
Moyston, R. J. esq. Calcot-hall, Flintshire, to Thomas, Miss A. Church Leigh, Staffordshire Morphew, Mr. John, East India Service, to Cullen, Miss Susanna
Nokes, Mr. J. Woolwich, to
Haden, Mrs. Rosa, Dumfries
Parker, Rev, John, South Petherton, to
Parry, Rev. Frederick, Eastham, to
Pusey, Philip, esq. Pusey, Burks, to
Potter, Mr. Cipriani, Mary-le-bone, to
Prince, John, esq. Pentonville, to
Smith, Miss C. Whitecross-st. Cripplegate Robinson, T. H. esq. Bury St. Edmunds, to Hutchinson, Miss S. Lower Clapton Rolle, Right Hon. Lord, Huish, Devonshire, to the Hon. L. Trefusis, sister to Lord Clinton Ripley, Wm. esq. Liverpool, to
Parr, Miss Isabella, Fir Grove, Lancashire Rigby, Wm. esq. Hawarden, Flintshire, to Thomas, Miss Frances, Chester
Russell, Mr. J. Lant-street and Nelson-sq. to Hoby, Miss, St. James's-street
Row, Capt. T. Mevagissey, Cornwall, to M'Adam, Miss H. St. George's in the East Rawsthorne, W. H. esq. Doncaster, to Johnstone, Miss Eliza, Burr-st. Tower-hill Spedding, Mr. J. Penrith, at Gretna-green, to Burton, Miss Eleanor
Spurway, Rev. John, Barnstaple, to
Hole, Miss Elizabeth. Georgeham
Skeggs, John, esq. Farnborough, Kent, to
Temple, Mr. George, Guildhall, to
Vaux, Mr Calvert Bowyer, Pudding-lane, to
Whiskard, Mr. J. Masón, Aldgate, to
Stern, Miss Jane, Roxton, Bedfordshire Young, Wm. esq. Hartleburn, Mid Lothian, to Saumarez, Miss Amelia
Aldis, Lady, in Nelson-square, 42-Abbinger, Wm. (the Ipswich Fortune-teller)-Adey, Mrs. D. Gloucestershire-Alexander, Miss E. Piccadilly-Ackroyd, T. esq. Bradford, YorkshireAxford, J. Ludgate-hill, 88-Atkins, Hugh, esq. Moniac, Inverness, 57.
Browne, Lady A. in Gardiner's row, Dublin, 87-Brownlow, C. esq. of Brook-st. Bath, at his seat Largan, Ireland-Besson, Lieut. Charles, of the Royal Hospital, Greenwich, 85-Bee, Mrs. of Bankside, 69-Beauvoir, Louis Henri de Count du Roure and Marquis de Grisac, in Arundel-st. Strand-Brookbank, S. A. youngest son of the Rev. J. Brookbank, of Winkworth-buildings, City-road-Badcock, Mrs. S. at Sydenham, 60-Brewer, J. J. esq. at Graville, near Havre de Grace, late Adjutant of Tilbury-Fort-Brewer, Mr. W. Runcton, 38.
Cornell, Mrs. E. of Lawrence-st. Chelsea, 56 -Chester, R. eldest son of Sir Robt. Chester, of Bush-hall, Herts-Carne, C. at Truro, at the advanced age of 96-Conway, T. esq. New-place House, Southampton, 56-Collins, Rev. S. C. St. Johns, Exeter, 71-Cotes, Mrs. M. Peckham, 88-Cooper, Mrs. T. Henley-upon-Thames Christian, Mrs. K. Wigmore-st.
Dundonald, The Countess of, at Hammersmith-Dann, A. of Bond-st. 57-Dowding, W. esq. of Upper Thornhaugh-st. 70-Douglas, Miss M. A. at Ealing-Du Sable, Capt. C. 47Day, T. Sarratt, Herts, 13-Dalziel, W. Great James-st. Bedford-row- Dickenson, W. esq. Cumberland-place, New-road.
Earlom, Mr. R. Exmouth-st. Spa-fields, 80Elliott, Rev. Wm. Welford, WarwickshireEvans, Mrs. wife of Capt. H. Evans, Knightsbridge-Elliot, E. Peckham-Edwards, Mrs. R. Castle-st. Holborn.
Ffytche, L. D. esq. in Jermyn-st. 84-Farrar, Mrs. of Mecklenburgh-square-Fraser, W. E. only child of the Rev. H. Fraser, M.A. Rector of Woolwich-Forester, Rev. C. at Selby, 55Fonnerau, J. Z. esq. at Donay, formerly of the 20th Foot, aged 35-Foxcroft, Mrs. E. Southgate, 69-Foster, J. esq. High-green, 71-Fitzherbert, Miss J. Chichester, 65-Fowler, T. C. Surgeon, Sheerness,
Gurdon, Mrs. relict of the Rev. P. Gurdon, of Assington-hall, Suffolk, 66-Griffiths, J. esq. at Charmouth, Dorset, formerly Surgeon to the household of her late Majesty Queen Charlotte, and one of the Surgeons of St. George's Hos pital-Griffiths, J. esq. of Stamford-hill, Middlesex, & Doctor's Commons, London-Greaves, Miss R. at Tottenham-high-cross-Godbold, J. esq. Bury-St.-Edmonds, 93-Garrick, Mrs. re lict of the inimitable David Garrick, Adelphiterrace, aged 99 years-Gipps, J. fourth son of G. Gipps, esq. M.P. Howlett's, HerefordshireGrace, J. esq. Aylesbury-Gill, B. C. esq. Wyrardsbury, Bucks-Goodwin, T. B. Angel-court, Skinner-street-Gilpin, Wm. esq. East-Sheen Surrey, 64.
Hara, C. O. esq. at Nymphsfield—Hodgkins, Miss Mary, of Stoke Newington, 24, youngest daughter of the late Rev. G. Hodgkins-Hood, Mrs. wife of the Rev. R. W. Hood, of Roydon, Essex-Horton, Mrs. at Bango, widow of the late A. V. Horton, esq. of Dublin Hume, Mrs. E. Grove, Bath, sister of the late Dean of Derry, and niece of the late Bishop of SalisburyHaslam, Mrs. W. Greenwich-Howlett, Miss M. Kensington, 13-Hillam, H. esq. Newry, 77 -Hamond, A. esq. Westacre-high-house, Norfolk, 81-Heslop, Mrs. Haxby-hall, DamarisHustler, J. D. esq. Stepney, 69-Heywood. Miss M. I. Bedford-place-Hankey, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hankey-Holloway, Mr. E. City-road, 20,
Ives, Mrs. at Bungay-Ingilby, Mrs. I. J. Dunsdale, near Guisborough, 63.
Jackson, W. at Hazlehead, Alpha, Cumberland, 94-Jaques, Mary, late of the bank in Leeds; at the Leeds Workhouse-Jones, Thos. Wilson-st. Finsbury-square, 54-Jones, J. Y. near Ross, Herefordshire-Jones, J. O, Leamington, formerly an eminent cook at Newmarket, &c. &c.
Kaye, C. J. the infant son of Mr. C. Kaye, Pentonville-King, Capt. G. (of the ship, James Laing) on his passage from Jamaica, 58.
Leifchild, Mrs. S. Kensington, 85-Langton, R. esq. Newington-place-Lawrence, Mr. R. Bishop-Stortford.
Mavor, Mrs. A. at Woodstock-Milles, Mrs, H. Chesterfield-st. 65-Montmorency, Viscount. Frankfort de, at his Villa, near Clontarf. a Privy Councillor, Trustee of the Linen Board, Vice President of the Dublin Society, and Commissioner for Improving the Port and Harbour of Dublin-Manning, Rev. J. at High-Wycombe, 67-Mathias, Miss A. at Drumcondra, aged 16, daughter of the Rev. B. W. Mathias-Mackeller, D. esq. Ely-place-Mackintosh, Colonel J. on the retired list of the Royal Marine Forces.
Noverre, F. fourth son of C. Noverre, esq. of Gt. Marlborough-st.-Newman, J. esq. Colonel in the Russian Service, and formerly Russian Consul, at Hull, 83-Newcastle, The Duchess of, at Clumber-Nibbs, J. esq. at Upon-house, Southampton, formerly of Antigua-Nepean, Sir E. bart. Loder, Devon, High Sheriff for the County, 71-Nimmo, Mrs. Kensington, 72Newcastle, the infant son of his Grace the Duke, at Clumber-Nibbs, Mrs. J. Upton-house, Southampton, only survived her husband three days.
Ord, Mrs. A. in Conduit-st. widow of the Rev. J. N. Ord, late Rector of Wheathampstead, Herts-Oughterson, Rev. Arthur, at the Manse of West Kilbride, 87-Oliver, Mr. J. ef Canal-place, Kent-road, 67.
Pratt, Mrs. at Cormy Castle, County Cavan. -Pace, Lieut. G. of the Admiralty Telegraph Establishment, (suddenly)-Parkin, R. at St. Wenn, Cornwall, aged 99-Petvin, Mrs. Elis. Bromley, Kent-Pigot, J. Admiral of the Red, at Beddington, Surrey-Parker, T. Bush-lane, Cannon-st. 84 - Parker, T. jun. Bush-lane, Cannon-st. 55.
Russell, R. esq. at Exmouth, 64-Rovedino, Signor Carlo, formerly of the King's TheatreRow, T. esq. Mile-end-Ridge, T. esq. Yarmouth, 62-Read, G. Wandsworth-Robertson, G. esq. Royal Dragoons-Rivington, F. St. Paul's Church-yard, 78.
Scafe, J. E. esq. Gray's-inn-Steers, Mrs. Hastings, 70-Scott,, The lady of Sir J. Scott, Great Barr-ball, Staffordshire--Street, Mrs. J. Kilburn, 28-Schroder, Mrs. Clapham-rise, 72, (relict of H. Schroder, esq.)-Shipley, Mr. Z. Whitley, near Tynemouth-Sykes, Mrs. C. Wandsworth, 83-Sealy, Miss, Hastings, 38.
Trash, Rev. A. J. of Queens' College, Oxford -Tucker, I. at Westbury, Leigh, 64, (he was well known as a Musical Composer)-Thornton, Miss M. A. Fenchurch-st. 13-Trim, A. esq. Camberwell, 84-Thodey, S. Poultry-Tippetts, Mrs. Spital-square--Travis, J. late of Hull.
Usborne, Miss M. A. Trinity-square, 21. Woodthorpe, V. Fetter-lane Weall, J. of Hatch-end, near Pinner, 66-Wylde, Mrs. Burrington, Somerset, 62-Welch, Mrs. only sister of Sir R. Welch, Eltham, Kent, 74-Wolfe, Mrs. E. Saffron-Waldon-Williamson, W. Georgecourt, Piccadilly.
Yates, B. esq. of Marlborough-place, Walworth, 64-Young, Mrs. E. Old-st. 57.
The town of Linton lately presented a scene of the utmost confusion, in consequence of a notice having been given that the wages of the labourers were to be reduced one shilling per week, a large body of whom, consisting of some hundreds, assembled by five o'clock in the morning, in a riotous and tumultuous manner, and expressed their determination to strike, unless their wages were continued at the old stand
ard. They paraded the whole parish, preventing any business being done, unless at the old wages; but, on a threat of being sent to prison, they dispersed. Most of these misguided men have returned to their work, and the parish is restored to tranquillity.
For many weeks such have been the quantity of apples brought into Mansfield market, that they have been hitherto sold at the rate of 3d. and 4d. per peck.
open from Portsmouth to the city of Chichester, and but five hundred and fifty yards, consisting of excavation and embankments, remain to be completed in the main line of canal in Sussex, in order to effect the long desired object, that of barges passing by inland navigation from London to Portsmouth.
An order has arrived at Chatham of any more men from the naval yard; Dock-yard, to stop the further discharge it is the intention of the Government, that the men shall continue working for five days in the week, and the same hours as usual, which will obviate the intention of a further discharge.There lately accidentally met together, at the Castle Inn, Canterbury, eight persons, who, from their relative con nexion with each other, form the following curious fact in consanguinity; There were four sisters, five daughters, one grandmother, one grandfather, brother-in-law, three sisters-in-law, one three aunts, one grand-daughter, one son-in-law, two mothers, one father, one neice to three aunts, one uncle, two wives, and two husbands.
Notice has been given by the Manchester and Preston bankers, that from and after the 29th of September next, the rate of interest charged on dis counts, and charged and allowed on current accounts, will be 4 per cent. per annum, instead of 5 per cent. as heretofore.With the view of carrying into effect the railway between Manchester and Liverpool, notice has been given of an application to Parliament next Session, for an Act with the requisite powers. It is also intended to have a rail road from Newton to Bolton, thereby connecting the communication with that town and Liverpool and Manchester, as the direct rail-road between these two places will pass through Newton. A notice for an Act for this purpose has also been given.The Common Council of Liverpool has voted the freedom of the Borough, to the sons of the Right Hon. Geo. Canning, and General Gascoyne,
-The assessment on houses, &c. in Liverpool, returned to Vestry, is stated for 1822, houses and the Select warehouses at 23 600; in 1820, 21,400; increase in two years, 1,600.
Depreciation of Landed Property.— Forty acres of land in the parish of Harmondsworth, which a few years since were let at 21. an acre, were recently re-let at 5s. an acre.
Notwithstanding the united efforts of the magistracy and the peace officers, and the severe examples made by the Courts of Justice on offenders, the dreadful practice of machine-breaking has been again resumed by the deluded populace in this county.A reward of 5001. is offered, for the discovery of the person or persons, who in the night of the 25th ult., set fire to a field barn, in the Wents, in the occupation of Mr. T. Pooly.
A smart shock of an earthquake was distinctly felt at Dunston, near Newcastle, accompanied by a loud noise like distant thunder.- -The oil (9 tuns and 158 gallons), the produce of the whale which was taken a few weeks ago upon this coast, and the right to which had become an object of dispute between two great landowners, upon whose property it had been cast, was taken possession of in behalf of the Crown, by a special order from the Admiralty- -Newcastle and the neighbourhood, in conséquence of the stoppage of the keelmen on the river, are filled with soldiers like towns beseiged. Earl Grey has recently communicated to his numerous tenantry in Northumberland and North Durham, his intention to remit 20 per cent. of all his rents, from Martinmas, 1821. SOMERSETSHIRE.
Upwards of 200 navigators, lately employed on the Bude Canal, have commenced their operations on the projected Taunton and Bristol canal. They are immediately to open the ground at Fire Pool Weir, near Taun
A party of the workmen are also to commence their labours at Creech, and a bridge near the present one at Bathpool, is to be erected. The line will terminate in the Paret, about a mile from Bridgwater.
The repairs and alterations at Claremont, since the departure of his Royal Highness the Prince Leopold, have been carried to a great extent. Most of the floors, with the exception of the state rooms, have been taken up and new ones laid down, owing to the dryrot having affected them to so great an extent. The principal part of the house, with the out-buildings, have been fresh painted, and the staterooms have received great addition of splendour. The servants have been on board wages the whole of the time, not one being dismissed owing to his Royal Highness's absence. Mariborough House has likewise been greatly improved. His Royal Highness is soon expected in this country.
On the Brighton road, not far from Reigate, is a notice on a large board of a farm to let "rent-free."At the election of a Mayor for the town of Arundel, the Leet Jury returned Mr. Watkins and Mr. Parker to the Court. Each of these gentlemen were put in nomination, when a great shew of hands proclaimed the choice of the burgesses to be in favour of Mr. Watkins. No poll being demanded, he was declared unanimously elected.The migrations from the villages in the weal of Sussex to Brighton, this Michaelmas, have been incrediably numerous. - - Some villages are said to have been almost deserted. This is a lamentable proof of the agricultural misery and distress. Many unfortu nates, who, but a few years ago, were basking in the sunshine of affluence, have brought bither their last 501. perhaps 201., with the view of making an effort in some little way of business, to save themselves and families from pauperism, to which many, alas, too many! of their more wealthy neighbours have been already compelled to