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merchant; for apparatus for pre. - R. Ormrod, of Manchester, venting stage-coaches from over- calico-printer; for an improve. turning.

ment in rollers for calico-print. T. C. Cherry, of Croydon, ing. veterinary surgeon; for a box, J. W. Phipson, of Birmingcase, or frame-forge applicable ham; for an improvement in gas. to shipping.

pipes. Jos. Hill, of Paulton, gentle. T. Wilcox, of Bristol; for a man ; for a machine for cure of pneumatic stove for warming smoky chimnies.

houses. J. Por, jun. of Plymouth, rec U. Haddock, of Mile End; for tifier; for a method of diminishing a method of producing coal-gas. the loss of ardent spirits and W . Sawbridge, of Coventry ; other fluids during the process of for improvements on enginedistillation.

looms for weaving figured ribM. Thomas, of Greenhill's- bons. rents, engineer ; for an improved H. Booth, of Liverpool; for a plough.

method of propelling boats. J. Simpson, of Edinburgh esq.; J. Lowder, of Walcot; for ma. for a method of conveying gas chines for preparing hemp, flax used for illumination to the and other fibrous vegetable subburners, and at the same time to stances. suspend the burners.

J. Mason, of Birmingham ; for H. Ewbank, of London, mera method of working the oars or chant; for machinery for cleaning paddles of boats and ships. rough rice.

' D. Gordon, of Edinburgh ; for R. Willis, of Upper Norton- moveable gas-lights. street, gent.; for an improve- Z. Barralt, of Windmill-street; ment upon the pedal harp. for an 'invention for curing,

E. Heard, of Brighton, chemist; sweeping, ventilating and extinfor a method of hardening and guishing chimnies. improving tallow.

J. Hollingrake, of Manchester ; J. Simpson, of Birmingham, for applying a method of casting plater; for a method of con- metallic substances in various structing spring hooks for coach forms, with improved closeness. harness.

T. Cooper, of Weston-by-WeeR. Blakemore, of Millingriffith don; for improvements on maworks, and J. James, of Lower chines or ploughs for underRedbrook ; for amorphous metal draining land. plates, and likewise a method of G. Atkins, of Hornsey-road ; crystallizing, or rendering crys. for an instrument for ascertaining tallizable the surface of tin, iron, the variation of the compass. or copper plates.

W.Rutt, of Shacklewell, printer J. Turner, of Birmingham, and stereotype founder ; for imbutton-maker; for improvements provements in printing machines. in the plating of copper or T. Barry, of Plough-court; brass.

for his improved appurtenances

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for distillation, evaporation, ex. in tanning hides and skins, and siccation, and for the preparation barking or colouring nets, sails of colours.

and other articles, by the applicaW. 'Geldart, J. Servant and J. tion of materials pot before used Howgate, of Leeds; for improve- for that purpose. ments in the manner of heating J. Head, of Lower Brook. dry houses, &c.

street, esq. ; for a machine to asC. Attwood, of Bridge-street, certain the difference of ships Blackfriars ; for a mode of ma- draught of water forward and aft, nufacturing mineral and vegetable at sea or in harbour. alkali.

H. Tritton, of Clapham, esq.; J. Lewis, W. Lewis and W. for an improved filtering appaDavis, of Brinscomb; for im- ratus. proved application of pointed J. Thompson, manufacturer of wires for raising the pile of wool. iron and coal-miner; for a new len and other cloths. The same method of extracting iron from for improved application of me. ore. chanic powers to laying, smooth- Baron C. P. de Thierry, of ing and polishing the pile of wool. Bath Hampton; for a bit for len or other cloth.

coach and bridle horses, called J. Nedson, of Linlithgow; for the humane safety-bit. discovery of vegetable substances J. Baynes, of Leeds, cutler; not hitherto used by tanners and for machinery to be attached to leather dressers, and of vegetable carriages for giving them motion substances not hitherto used by by manual labour or other suitdyers.

able power. 'W. Brunton, of Birmingham; W. Bainbridge, of Holborn, for improvements in steam-en- musician; for improvements in gines and their furnaces, by which the double and single flageolet, a saving in fuel is effected

or English flute. N.Conne,of St. Mary-le-Strand, C. Hilton, of Darwen, Lan. glass-engraver ; for an improve cashire, bleacher; for his process ment applicable to lamps for do- for improving and finishing mamestic purposes.

nufactured piece-goods. J. Scheffer, of Blackfriars-road; 1. R. Strutt, of Mackeney, for a machine for writing, termed Derbyshire, cotton-spinner; for the pennographic instrument. improvements in the construction

W. Good, of Bridport-harbour, of locks and latches. ship-builder; for an improvement

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A BILL of all the CHRISTENINGS and BURIALS from December 15, 1818, to December 14, 1819.

Christened in the 97 parishes within the walls 1277-Buried 1149.

Christened in the 17 parishes without the walls 5592-Buried 4143.
Christened in the 23 out-parishes in Middlesex and Surry 13256-Buried 9922.
Christened in the 10 parishes in the City and Liberties of Westminster 4175-Buried 4014,

DISEASES AND CASUALTIES.
............ 82 Fever ............................1093 Venereal ....................... 14 Excessive Drinking .........
Apoplexy and Suddenly ... 178 Fever (Typhus)............... 57 Rheumatism .................. 10 Executed *
...... 799 Fistula

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13 Scrophula .....................

28 Fractured ......................
Cancer .........................

712
81 Gout ................

Small Pox .....................

Frightened .....................
Childbed ...................... 229 Hæmorrhage ............

57 Sore Throat and Quinsey... 19 Killed by Falls and several ?
Consumption................. .3839 Hooping Cough ............ 750 Spasm .......................

42 other Accidents .........
Convulsions ..................3076 Hydrophobia ..........

Still-born ........................ 673 Killed by Fighting ........
Inflamination ........

24
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Killed by Lightning .......
Diarrhea ...................... 2 Inflammation of the Liver.. 71 Stoppage in the Stomach... 18 Murdered ............
Dropsy .......
684 Insanity ...................

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... 310 Poisoned ...................... Dropsy in the Brain......... 417 Jaundice ..............

81 Teething ....................

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Dropsy in the Chest. ........ 143 | Measles .......................... 695 | Thrush ......................... 118 Strangled... ..............
Dysentery ..............
Miscarriage ...............

Suffocated .... ................
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Epilepsy ................

Mortification ................ 399 | Broken Li

.... 399 | Broken Limbs ................. 1 | Suicides .................. 35
Eruptive Diseases............. 4 Old Age, and Debility... ..1850 Burnt ......

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Erysipelas,orSt.Anthony'sFire 8 | Palsy ........... ..... 202 | Drowned ...............

Total 266
Christened Males 12,574-Females 11,726-In all 24,300 | Buried Males 9,671-Females 9,557-In all 19,228.

Whereof have died,
Under two years of age .....4779 | Twenty and thirty............1577 | Sixty and seventy............1600 | A hundred ....................
Between two and five ......, 1771 Thirty and forty ..............1990 Seventy and eighty .........1230 | A hundred and one ........
Five and ten................. 826 | Forty and fifty ................ 2095 | Eighty and pivety............ 666 A hundred and two .......

631 | Fifty and sixty ...............1918 | Ninety and a hundred ...... 144 | A hundred and ibree.........
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Decreased in the Burials this Year, 477. * There have been Executed in London and the county of Surrey, 28; of which Number 10 only have been reported to be buried

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PRICE OF STOCKS FOR EACH MONTH IN 1819.-Lowest and Highest.

Bank 13 p. ct. 3 p. ot.4 p. ot. 5 p. ct,
1819.

Long | India India Exchequer Irish .
Stock. red. cons. cons. Navy. | Ann. Slock.

Stock. Bonds. Bills 20. 1"
267 777 774 | 95% 1053 | 20 | 2313 | 854 pr. | 16 pr. | 1064
January .......

272 793. 79 | 985 | 107 | 20 | 2321 | 863 pr. | 20 pr. 108

2661 754747 9431053 | 20 | 228 62 pr. 4-11 pr.
February ........

2331 | 82 pr. 18.9 pr.
73 | 72
261

91 | 1037 193 220
March

15-10pr. 19.12dis.
74 | 93 1054 | 195 221 40.39 pr. par.
251

18 | 220 | 26
April.....

pr. 3 dis.
254

204 221 40 pr. | 10 pr. 210 1 64 65 78

17 205 14 dis. 6 dis. 25131 717 73 90|

187 2194 | 29 pr. 11 pr. S 215 655 655 | 827 | 17 210 | 7 dis. 2 dis. June...

70 | 66 | 884 | 1001

100; 184 210.09 i pr. 7 pr.
2165 674 |-67785 1005171 203 14 dis. 4 dis. 1024
July .......
234

105 191 217° 11 pr. 4 pr.
228 705 70 904

19 218 9 pr.

7 dis. August .... 233 72 724914 105

222 20 pr. 3 pr. 2292 713 1 687 903 1024 19

5 pr. 12 dis. 105 September... 2304 72 717 911 1047 194

pr. par.
674 834 102 | 173 20947 pr. |
October...

7 dis.
2201 701

1044

212 213 665 67 | 83 1027 177 207

5 dis. November .......

1041 175 209 8 pr. par. 211 65 667

103% 175 2084 | 5.1 dis. 14), December .....

215 68

1045

| 173 1209 15.1 pr. 21

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Table of the Number of Bankruptcies in England, from December

20, 1818, to December 20, 1819, inclusive.
Jan. Feb. March. April. May. | June.
86 134 124 | 132 | 178 | 167

July. | Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. / Dec.
144 78 91 17 165 129

Total 1499.—Increased from the last year, 531

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Quantity of PORTER brewed by the eleven first Porter Breweries

in London, for the Year ending July 5, 1819.
Barclay, Perkins and Co.......

........... 320,090
Truman, Hanbury, Buxton and Co.................... 210,967
Andrew, Reid, and Co.................................... 183,675
Whitbread and Co......................... .................... 181,844
Combe, Delafield and Co......

133,008
Henry Meux and Co..........

111,138 Calvert and Co..... ...............

99,286 . Goodwyn and Co...........

63,377 Elliott and Co....................

53,111 Taylor .............

53,104 Cocks and Campbell .............

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