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LATELY, at Edinburgh, the Marquis de Riaro Sierza, to Miss Lockhart, daughter of the late Rear-admiral Lockhart.

Lately, the Earl of Albemarle, to Miss Hunloke, daughter of the late Lady Hun


JAN. 25. At Edinburgh, Charles Dundas, Esq. M.P. for the county of Berks, to Mrs. Erskine, niece to the late Earl of Lauderdale.

30. At St. Mary's Church, NewingtonButts, Mr. John Ebbutt, of Croydon, to Sarah, daughter of William Francis Cook, of Newington.

FEB. 2. At Beddington Church, by the Rev. John Courtnay, David Walker, Esq. of Liscooly, in the county of Donegal, Ireland, to Anna, eldest daughter of William Meeke, Esq. of Beddington, Surrey.

- The Rev. T. B. S. Carwithen, vicar of Sandhurst, Berks, to Mrs. Augustus

Faulkner, daughter of the late General Spry, of the Engineers.

5. At St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, by the Rev. William Wodsworth, rector of St. Peter, Sandwich, Samuel Barlow, jun. Esq. of Old Broad-street, to Mary-Ann. only daughter of William Slark, Esq. of Clapton.

9. At St. Michael's, College-hill, by the Rev. William Henry Springet, chaplain to the Lord Mayor, William Boyd, of Shamrock Lodge, county of Down, Ireland, to Jane, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Christopher Magnay, Lord Mayor of London.

12. At the parish-church of Adderly, in the county of Salop, by the Hon. and Rev. Henry Cust, the Hon. John Henry Knox, third son of Viscount Northland, to the Right Hon. Lady Mabella Needham, youngest daughter of the Earl of Killmorey.


LATELY, the Rev. Dr. Hodgson, Principal of Brazennose College, and Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford, who, whilst on a visit to his Grace the Duke of Buckingham, was taken ill with a disorder in his bowels, which, baffling the power of medicine, brought him to a premature grave.

Lately, in the 14th year of his age, Nicholas Charrington, second son of N. Charrington, Esq. Mile-end.

Lately, at Pudlicote House, Oxfordshire, Mary-Elizabeth, wife of Jonathan Birch, Esq.

Lately, after a few days illness, at Glasgow, Captain J. Aveling, of the 77th regiment, having actively served 22 years in the same regiment.

Lately, at his house, at Welwyn, Herts, John Cotton, Esq. of Devonshire-street, Portland-place.

AUG. 12, 1821. At Dana, Richard Owen Wynne, Esq. Second Judge of Appeal and Circuit in the Bengal Establishment.

Nov. 16. At sea, Dr. Helenus Scott, M.D. many years first Member of the Medical Board of Bombay, and late of Russell-square.

JAN. 29. At Maidenhead, at the advanced age of 77 years, James Payn, Esq. upwards of fifty years Recorder of that town, and Treasurer for the County of Berks.

30. At his Lordship's seat, Thornton, Essex, the Right Hon. Frances Lady Petre.

FEB. 1. At Plymouth, after a short illness, Captain Sir T. Lavie, K.C.B. commanding his Majesty's ship Spencer, of 74 guns, leaving a widow and ten children.

4. At her house, in Nottingham-place,

Marylebone, Mrs. Ann Frederick, relict of the late Rear-admiral Frederick, aged .72.

6. At Bootham, Yorkshire, William H. Merriman, Esq. formerly of the Royal Navy, and late of the Hon. East India Company's Service.

7. At his house in Howland-street, in the 74th year year of his age, Richard Wroughton, Esq. This Gentleman long and deservedly held a conspicuous station on the London Stage. Mr. Wroughton possessed a sound understanding, and had observed the world with a discerning eye. His talents as an actor were not of the very highest order, but were in the next degree, and, in the prime of his life, he occasionally appeared with great credit in first-rate characters. He was of the OLD SCHOOL, as it is now styled, meaning the School of Garrick and of Nature, which entirely overturned that cold and pompous style so highly praised by Colley Cibber, who, however, had published his apology many years before Garrick appeared, and whom at last, though with much reluctance, he admitted to be the true Actor of Nature. Mr. Wroughton was much respected for his theatrical talents, at a time when Garrick, Barry, and Smith, were high in public favour. His performance of Darle

mont, in the play of "Deaf and Dumb,” was equal in conception and effect to any theatrical performance that we ever witnessed, and the late Mr. Fox declared that he had never seen such acting since the days of Garrick.--The truth is, that the good sense of Mr. Wroughton induced him to keep his eye steadily upon human life, and to study attentively the nature of the character which he was to perform. Hence he was totally free from those trickeries of gesture, and that affected mixture of the terrific and the familiar, which have degraded the stage of late years, and which, while they captivate the ignorant and vulgar, can only make "the judicious grieve." Mr. Wroughton was a model of integrity in private life, and all who consulted him might safely depend upon the suggestions of his knowledge, prudence, and experience. As a companion he was humourous and well-bred, with something of a satirical smartness that gave point to what he said, and his conversation was always enlivened by anecdotes, which he related with force and effect, but without any obtrusion or parade. He was highly esteemed by a large circle of friends, and has left an amiable and accomplished widow to lament the loss of a pleasant companion and affectionate protector.



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BANKRUPTCIES BUTCHER, 0. Burnham Westgate, Norfolk, farmer.

GRAY, J. Bishopsgate street Within, silversmith.


HAVILAND, R. Cirencester. Gloucester, rectifier. SUMMERSBTT, J. Shorsted, Kent, farmer. WATSON, P. Liverpool, merchant.


ALLSUP, CHS. High Holborn, hatter, March 9. (Pearce and Co. St. Swithin's-la.] Jan 26. ASPELL, JOHN, Manchester, check-inanufacturer, March 12, Bridgwater Arms, Manchester. [Hadfield and Co. Manchester; and Hurd and Co. Temple.] Jan 20.

ALDERSON, JOHN, Liverpool, oil-merchant, March 16, George, Liverpool. [Orred and Co. Liverpool; and Lowe and Co. Southampton-bu. Chancery-la.] Feb 2.

ATKINSON, MICHAEL, Fulbeck, Lincoln, moneyscrivener, March 19, Hare and Hounds, Fulbeck. [White, Grantham; and Taylor, John-st. Bedford-row.] Feb. 5.

AXFORD, THOS. Abingdon, Berks, wine merchant, March 26, Crown and Thistle, Abingdon. (Nelson, Essex-st. Strand; and Graham, Abingdon.] Feb. 12. ANDREWS, THOS. W. Stamford, Lincoln, cabinet-maker, March 30, Horns, Stamford. [Thomp son, Stamford; and Wright, Inner Temple.]

Feb. 16.

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BANTLING, JAMES, Cumberland-st. St. Mary-lebone, carpenter, March 9. [Williams and Co. Gray's-Inn-pl. Gray's Inn.] Jan. 26. BURGIE, JAMES, Mark la. carpenter, March 9, [Leigh. Charlotte-st. Mansion House.] Jun. 26. BOWRING, JOHN GODWIN, Fenchurch-bu. broker, March 12. [Kearsey and Co. Bishopsgatest.] Jan. 29.

BUTCHER, JAS. Alphamstone, Essex, maltster, March 12, Red Lion, Colchester. [Daniels and Co. King's-Arm's-yard, Coleman st.; and Colchester.] Jan. 29. BAKER, THOS. Wolverhampton, Stafford, mercer, March 16, Whiston Cross, Salop [Wood, Woolverhampton; and Williams and Co. Oid Buildings, Lincoln's-Inn.] Feb. 2. BRAMWELL, JAS. Leadenhall-st. hatter, March 16. [Shelton and Co. O'd Bailey. Feb. 2. BLACKLEE, DAN. Cambridge, bricklayer, March 19, Hoop, Cambridge. Chevell, Cambridge; and Farlow, Gray's Inn.] Feb 5.

BULLOCK, JOHN, Leadenhall st. grocer, March 23. [Smith and Co. Hatton-co. Threadneedle-st.]

Feb. 9.

BILSBOROUGH, BEN. Lower Merton, Surrey,

ese-keeper, Masch 9, and 93. [Robinson, Parke. Weetminster.] Feb. 9.

BOSTOCK, EDW. Earl Shilton, Leicester, bleacher, March 1, 6, and 20. Bell Hotel, Leicester. [Bond, Leicester; and Holme and Co. New Inn.] Feb.

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CAMP, JAMES, Broad st. Wapping, victualler,

March 9. (Hall and Co. Great James st. Bedfordrow. Jan. 9o.

COLDMAN, JOHN, Brighton-pl. New Kent-road, carpenter, March 9. [Maymott, Surrey-st. Blackfriars-read ] Jan. 26,

CATE, WM. JAS. West Smithfield, coppersmith, Murch 12. [Thompson, Fen-co. Fenchurch-st.] Jan. 19.

COLLING, WM. KELLOWAY, Liverpool, pictaredeler, March 16, at the Office of Mr. Mawdsley, Test. Liverpool. [Mawdsley. Liverpool; and Wheeler, Castle st. Holborn.] Feb. 2. CHINNOCK, RICH. Frome Selwood, Somerset, bailder, March 16, Red Lion, Wolverton, Somer. [Jeyes, Chancery la.; and Seymour, Frome.] Fel, i. CAPON, JOS. Strand, hauter. March 19. Mr. Mihael, South Sea Chambers, Threadneedleg. Ed. 5.

CONTE. HEN. Church-st. Bethnal-green, cabinetmaker, March 99. [Clift, Holborn-co. Gray's Jan 7 Feb. 9.

CURLING, WM. Shadwell High-st. slopseller, March 29. [Unwins, High-st. Shadwell.] Feb. 9. COLLINS, FRANCIS WM. Dorset-p!. Claphamfour, corn and coal-merchant, March 2, 9, and April 2 [Beeves, Furnival's Inn, Holborn.]

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DANSEY, WM. Bristol, Brewer, March 30, White Hart, Bristol. [Dix, Symond's inn, 'Chancery-la. th Frankis, Bristol Feb. 16.

EDMONDS, EDW. Newport, Monmouth, draper, Maren 9. Bosh Tavern, Bristol. [Messrs. E. and J. Daniel, Bristol; and Pearson, Pump-co. Temple.1 Jan. 26.

FARMER, GEO. jan. Birmingham, roller of mes tals, March 16, Royal Hotel, Birmingham. [Holme and Co. New Inn; and Meredith, BirFeb. 5. mingham.1

GREEN, CHARLES, Leather-la. Holborn, victualler, March 9. [Vandercom and Co. Bush-la. Canmen-st. ! Jan. 26.

GREEN, WM. jan. Exmouth-st. Clerkenwell, ironmonger, March 12. [Jones and Co. Mincing-la.]

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GILL, M. Skipton, York, haberdasher, March 16. Pownall and Co. Old Jewry.] Feb. 9. GREY, CHAS. Oxford-st. horse-dealer, March 23. [Pa, Coleman-st.] Feb. 9. GRIFFITHS, THOS. Oxford-st. jeweller, March 9, and . [Appleby and Co. Gray's Inn.] Feb. 19.' GRAY, THOS. THOMPSON, Wardour-st. Soho, coal dealer, March 26. [Ewington, Hertford.]

Fr. 12.

GILBERT, JOHN, and CO. Bristol, commissionmerchants, March 1, 2, and April 2. Commercial Bristol. [Evans, Hatton-garden; and Haberfeld, Bristol. Feb. 19. HOWARD, JAS. Norwich, butcher, March 12, Norfolk Hotel, Norwich. (Simpson and Co. Norwich; and G. T. and R. Taylor, Featherstone-bu. Holborn.] Jan. 29.

HAMPION, ROB. and THOS, Liverpool, corn-
merchants, March 19, George, Liverpool. [For
Mest, Liverpool; and Perkins and Co. Holborn-co.
Gray's Tan.] Jan. 29.

BALLILEY, RICH. Lamby, York, dealer, March
P. White Horse, York. [Parker, Selby; and
Biglearth, Gray's lun-sq.] Jan. 29.
BILL, JOS, Rezent #t. Piccadilly, tailor, March 16.
The Jermn st. Piccadilly.] Feb. 2.
HAY SAM. Upner Lisson-st. Lissom-green, car-
tecer, March 23. [Carlon, High-st. Mary-le-

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HOLMES, RICH. Tottenham Court-road, linendan, March 3. [Hewett, Tokenhouse-yard.] Fib

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JACKSON, WM. GRANGER, and CO. Great Surrey-st. Surrey, linen-drapers, March 16. [Jones, Siz la. Feb. a.

JARVIS, THOS. Adderbury, Oxford, fellmonger, March 16, King's Arms, Deddington, Oxford. [Chilton, Chancery-la. ; and Churchill and Co. Deddington. Feb. 2.

JABET, RICH. Birmingham, printer, March 16, Woolpack, Birmingham. [Meyrick and Co. Red Lion sq. London; and Short, Solihull.] Feb. 2. JOSELIN, JOS. jun. Smith's bu. Southwark, ropemanufacturer, March 23. [Turner, Lincoln's Inn fields.] Feb. 9.

JUDD, ROB. RYMELL, and CO. Birmingham, dealers, March 26, Royal Hotel, Temple-row, Birmingham. [Clarke and Co. Chancery-la. ; and Tyndall and Co. Birmingham.] Feb. 12. JOHNSON, MATTHEW, Leeds, woollen-clothmerchant, March 9, and 26, Court House, Leeds. [Wilson, Greville-st. Hatton-garden; and Smith and Co. Trinity-la Leeds.] Feb. 12. KNIBBS, JOHN HANS, Lloyd's Coffee-house, insurance-broker, March 9. [Passmore, Warnford co. Throgmorton-st.] Jan. 26. KNIGHT, JOHN, Barton-under-Needwood, Staf ford, draper, March 26, White Hart, Burton-uponTrent, Stafford. [Cookney, Castle-st. Holborn; and Osborne, Burton-upon Trent, Staffordshire.] Feb. 12.

KENDALL, JOS. Mile end, cow-keener, March 30, [Burnley and Co. Church co. Walbrook.] Feb.

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Jan. 26.

LIDBETTER, THOS. of Southwick, Sussex, cornmerchant, March 9, Old Ship, Brighthelmstone, [Gregson and Co. Angel co. Throgmorton st.; and Bellingham, Brightnelmstone.] Jan. 26. LILWALL, RICH. Pembroke, malster, March 18, 19, and April 2, Green Dragon, Pembroke. [Bow. ring, Pembroke; and Bell and Co. Bow Church yard.] Feb. 19. MILORED, THOS. DAN. Size la. merchant, March 12. [Kearsey and Co. Bishopsgate-st.] Jan. 29.

MACKIE, JOHN, Watling-st. merchant, March 12. [Tomlinson and Co. King's Arin's-yard, Colemanst.] Jan. 29.

MAXWELL, WM. Lancaster, draper, March 1, 2, and 23, George, Liverpool. (Pickford, Liverpoo!; and Blackstock and Co. King's Bench-walk, Temple.] Feb. 9.

MORGAN, GEO. MEDOWS, Queenhithe, Upper
Thames-st. wholesale stationer, March 26. [Col
lins, Great Knight Rider-st.] Feb. 12.
MILNES, JOHN, Halifax, York, grocer, March
26, Union Cross, Halifax. [Wiglesworth, Gray's
Inn; and Wiglesworth, Halifax.] Feb. 12.
MARSH, THOS. Colton-Mills, Stafford, miller.
March 26, Talbot Arms, Rugely, Stafford. [J. and
W. Lowe and Co. Tanfield co. Temple; and
Smith, Rugely. Stafford.] Feb. 12
MORTON, JOHN, Parsons-st. Ratcliffe-highway,
victualler, March 9, and 39. [Oakley and Co.
Martin's-la. Cannon st.] Feb. 16.

MANNING, THOS. Foulsham, Norfolk, grocer,
March 13, 14, and April, Castle, Norwich. [Long-
dill and Co. Gray's Inn square; and Beckwith,
Norwich. Feb. 19.

MELANSCHEG, GEO. Strand, Furrier, March 5,
16, and April 2. [Pearce and Co. Swithin's-la.]
Feb. 19.
NIBLETT, FRANCIS, St. Mary axe, milliner,
March 9. [Warrand, Mark la.] Jan. 26.
NEWMAN, CHARLES, Brighton, dealer in coach
lamps, March 16. [Bennett, Tokenhouse-yard.]
Feb. 2.

PASSMORE, JOHN, Farnham, Surrey, linen-draper, March 9. [Durant, Poole; and Holme and Co. New Inn.] Jun. 26.

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'POLLEY, WM. Providence-pl. Walworth-common, rope-manufacturer, March 9. [Orme, Churchrow, Stepney.] Jan. 26.

PYNE, WM. HEN. Nassau-st. Soho, publisher, March 16. [Van Saudan, Nicholas-la. Lombardst.] Feb. 2

PROWSE, THOS. Axbridge, Somerset, surgeon,
March 16, Commercial Rooms, Bristol. (Ed-
munds, Exchequr Office of Pleas, Lincoln's Inn;
and Russell. Bristol.] Feb. 2.
PILSBURY, LEWIS, Stafford, nurseryman, March
19, at the Office of P. Seckerson, Stafford.
[Wright, King's Bench Walk, Temple; and
Seckerson, Stafford.] Feb 5.

PITSTOW, JOHN, Earl's Colne, Essex, miller,
March 19, Red Lion, Colchester. [Andrew, Great
Coggershall, Essex; and Wilson, King's Bench
Walk, Temple.] Feb. 5.
PORTER, SAM. London,

Stationer, March 23. [Vizard and Co. Lincoln's Inn-fields.] Feb. 9. PARKER, JOHN, and CO. Birchin la. merchants, March 23. [Lane and Co. Lawrence Pountneypl.] Feb. 9.

POWNALL, JAS. EDW. Lambeth, money-scrivener, March 23. [Gaines, Caroline-st. Bedford. sq.] Feb. 9.

PRICE, JAS. Little Malvern, Worcester, dealer, March 13, 14, and $0, Crown, Worcester. [King, Serjeant's Inn, Fleet-st.; and Clarke, Uptonupon-Severn, Worcestershire.] Feb. 16. RIDGWAY, RICH. BOWLING HUNTER, St. Alban's-pl. St. James's, wine-merchant, March 9. [Allen, Commercial Sale-rooms, Mincing la.]

Jan. 265.

RUSSELL, HENRY, and CO. St. Martin's co. Charing cross, cabinet makers, March 19. [Parton, Bow Church-yard, Cheapside.] Jan. 29. ROPER, ANN, Gosport, Southampton, brewer, March 16, Star, Gesport. [Hewson, Gusport; and Dyne, Lincoln's Inn-fields.] Feb. 9. RIGHTON, JOB, Chapel-en-ie Fritti, Derby, dealer, March 2, 4, and April 2, Red Lion, Beaton Norris, Lancaster. [Back, Church-yard-co Temple; and Lingard and Co. Heaton Norris.] Feb. 19. SMITH, ADAM, King-st. t'heapside, Scotch-factor, March 9. [Batsford, Horsleydown-la. Southwark. Jan. 26.

SAMPSON, DAVID WOODHOUSE, Giltspur st. tea-dealer, March 9. [Gellibrand, Austin-friars.] Jan. 26.

STEAD, WM. Soyland, York, merchant, Pack Horse, Huddersfield, and March 19, Castle of York, York. [E. Stephenson and Co. Holmfirth, York; and Battye, Chancery-la.] Feb. 5. SYLVESTER, THOS. Witney, Oxford, currier, March 19, at the house of R. Bartram, Oxford. [Bigg, Southampton-bu.] Feb. 5. SHARPE, WM. Coleorton, butcher, March 4, 5, and 23, Queen's Head, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. [Piddocke, Ashby de la-Zouch: and Baxter, Gray's Inn-place.] Feb. 9.

SHIRLEY, JOHN, Moreton in the Marsh, Glouces. ter, baker, March 4, 5, White Hart, Broadway, Worcester, and 23, White Hart, Evesham, Wor. cester. [Taylor and Co. Gray's Inn; and Griffiths, Chipping Campden.] Feb. 9. SMITH, ROB. Humburton, York, dealer, March 23, Crown, Boroughbridge. [Spence, Threadneedle-st.; and Hirst, Boroughbridge.] Feb. 9. STEVENS, JOS. Stafford, wine-merchant, March 23,

Leigh, Charlotte-row, Mansion House.] Feb. 9. SWANN, THOS. Wardour st. eating-house-keeper, March 29. [Richardson, Golden-sq.) Feb. 9. SMITH, JOHN, Russell-co. Drury-la.


keeper, March 9. and 96. [Scargill, Freemasoneco. Cornhill.] Feb. 19.

SMALL, THOS. Alnwick, Northumberland, common-brewer, March 18, 19, and 80, White Swan, Alnwick. [Meggison and Co. Verulam bu. Gray's Inn; and Kerr and Co. Alnwick.] Feb 16. SMITH, WM. Griffin-st. Shadwell, dealer, March 5. and 30. [Grace, Fenchurch-st.] Feb 16.

TANTON, WM. Prince Edward's Island, North America, merchant, March 9. Weakley's Hotel, Plymouth Dock. [Raine and Co. Temple; and Elworthy, Plymouth Dock.] Jan. 96. THOMPSON, CUTHBERT, Deans, Durbam, cattle-jobber, March 9, George, Newcastle-uponTyne. [Bell and Co. Bow Church-yard; and Dawson. Newcastle.) Jan. 26.

THORNLEY, JOS. Cheetham Hill, Manchester, hat-manufacturer, March 19, Palace Inn, Man chester. [Makinson, Temple; and Makinson, Manchester.] Feb. 5.

THOMPSON, JOHN Carlisle, manufacturer, March 26, Blue Bell, Carlisle. [Mounsey and Co. Cailisle; and Mounsey and Co. Stapie Inn.] TOMLINSON, RICH. J. Bristol, oil of vitriol manufacturer, March 1, and 26, Bush Tavern, Bristol. (Clarke and Co. Chancery-la.; and Cooke and Co Bristol.] Feb 12. THRELFALL, HEN Blackburn, Lancaster, draper, March 7, and 8. Old Buil, Blackburn, and 30, Kings Arms, Lancaster. [Neville and Co. Blackburn and Milne and Co. Temple.] Feb. 16. TAYLOR, JOHN, Frant, Sussex, dealer, March 2, and 30. Jones and Co. Mincing-la.] Feb 16. TUTIN, RALPH, Chandos st Covent garden, cheesemonger, March 30. [Hutchinson, Crown-co. Threadneedle-st.] Feb. 16. URMSON, JOHN, Liverpool, ship-chandler, March 6, 7, and 26, George, Dale-s. Liverpool. [Gandy, Lord-street-Chambers, and Clare, Chorley-st. Liverpool; and Chester, Staple Inn.] Feb. 12. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM, Langbourn-chambers, Fenchurch st. March 9. [Birket, Cloak-la.]

Jan. 20.

WHITE JOHN, Great Winchester st, stationer, March 9. [Aspinall and Co. Furnival's Tan.] Jan. 26.

Old Jewry.] Jun. 26.


WEETCH, SAM. George-st Ratcliffe, linen din. per. March 9. [Swain and Co. Frederick's-pi. WASHROUGH, MATHEW, Camberwell, stationer, March 9. [Abraham, Jewry-st. Aldgate.] Jan. WELLS, JOS. St. Michael, Winchester, grocer, March 19. Fleur-de-lis, St. Michael. [Stevenson and Co. Lincoln's Inn; and Lampard, Manchester.] Feb. 5. WILLIAMS, ERASMUS, Liverpool, joiner, March 6, 7, and 6. Star and Garter, Paradise st. Liver. pool. [Blackstock and Co. Temple; and Bardswell. Romilly-co. Drury la. Liverpool.] Feb. 19. WILSON, JOS. Ely, Cambridge, miller, March 26, Hoop, Cambridge. [Peacocke, Cambridge; and Robinson, Half moon st. Piccadilly.] Feb. 12. WILKINSON, WM. and Co. Bell-co. Mincing la. wine merchants, March 12, and $0. [Clarke, Warnford-co. Throgmorton-st.] Feb. 16. WATKINS, JOS. JAS. New Crane, Shadwell, butcher, March 2, 9, and 30. [Townson, Ratcliffe highway. Feb. 16.

WILSON, GEO. Bett st. Ratcliffe-highway, brewer, March 12, 23, and April 2. [Cranch, Union co. Broad-st.] Feb. 19.



AUBREY, G. E. Manchester, Feb. 4.

Armstrong, J. North Warnborough, Hants, Feb. 29.
Andrews, J. sen. Birmingham, Feb 28.
Almond, W. jun. New Bridge, Calstock, Cornwall,
Feb. 20.

Andrews, J. St. George's Lodge, Manchester, Mar. c.
Asquith, T. otherwise T. G. and D. Bermondsey,
and Mellish, T. New Kent road, Feb. 26.
Alport, T R. Birmingham, March 9.
Archer, A. Great Chapel-st, Soho, March 5.

Anderson, A. Saltera'-hall-co. Cannon-st. March 16.
Avery, J. Barnstaple, Devon, March 16,
Bille, G. and Co. Finsbary-pl. eb. 2.

Button, W. sen, and jun. Paternoster-row, Feb. 26.
Bryant, J. Austin-friars, Feb. 16.

Baines, E. Leicester, Feb. 15.

Beasley, R. G. Austin-friars, Feb. 16.
Browne, J. R. New-road, St. l'ancras, Feb. 5.
Barn. J. Lothbury, Feb. 19.

Bysh, J. Paternocter-row, Feb. 23.
Beli, W. Horncastle, Lincoln, Feb. 25.
Parkett, R. Westbury, Wilts, Feb. 27.
B. ie, G. and Co. Finsbury-pl. Feb. 13.
Bowdige, T. Lime-st. March 2.

Brown, E. and Co. Blackburn, March 8.
Bristow, R. jun. Lloyd's Coffee-house, March 5.
Brows, E. Saracen's Head, Friday-st. Feb. 5.

Bowler, W. and Co. Custle-st. Southwek, March 9.
Booth, J. Chapel en-le Frith, Derby, March 11.
Brich, J. jun. Manchester, March 15.
Brion, W. Hammersmith, Feb. 9.
Cundall, R. jun. York, Feb. 5.
Cummins, J. Goncester, Feb. 26.

Cebeck, T. and Co. Westhouse, York, Feb. 16.
Colcech, T. Westhouse, York, Feb. 9.
Clay, J. Kingston upon-Hull.

Crate, S. and H. S. Stratford, Essex, Feb. 23.
Crowther, J. Huddersfield, York, Feb. 28.
Cleugh, J. and R. Leadenhall-st. Feb. 26.
Crane, S. and H. S. Stratford, March 2.

Clingworth, T. Redditch, Worcester, March 18.
Cloutman, J. Curtain-road, Shoreditch, March 16.
Coates, J. Worcester, feb. 13.

Colbeck, T. Westhouse, York, Feb. 23.
Cross, W. Lombard-st. Feb. 5.

Dorker, J. Great Russell-st. Covent-garden, Mar. 23.
Douil, A. sen. William-st. Black-friars, Feb. 26.
Dawson, R. Norwich, Feb. 16.

Exhe, F. and Co. Bury-co. St. Mary-axe, Feb. 19.
Edwards, J. Warminster, Wilts. March 1.
Enfield, W. and Co. Norwich, Feb. 96.
Essex, M. Wood-st. Cheapside, Feb. 23.
Elis, C. Birmingham, March 2.
England, G. Exeter, March 19.

Evershed, W. Tonley-st. Southwark, March 12.
Feuclade, C. W. George st. Hanover-sq. Feb. 2.
Freeman, J. Hatton garden, Feb. 2.
Frascr, J. Niw-co. Swithin's-la. Feb. 26.
Trew, J. Museum-st. Bloomsbury, Feb. 9.
Forbes, W. and Co. Liverpool, feh, IS.

Fincham, B.sen. and jun. Epping, Essex, Feb. 19.
Finley, T. H. Whittle Hills, Lancaster, Feb. 27.
Fox, E. Great Queen-st. Lincoln's-inn-fields, Mar.9.
Fre, G. Tunbridge Wells, March 2.
Groning, R. Broad-street-bu. Jan. 15.
Garton, S. Wood st. Cheapside, Feb. 2.
Gilbert, H. and Co. Prixham, Devon, Feb. 15.
Gill, J. M. Plymouth Duck, Feb. 19.
Grundon, W. New Malton, York, Feb. 10.
Gratrix, W. Manchester, Feb. 23.
Gordon, J. Liverpool, Feb. 26.

Gompertz, A. Great Winchester-st. Feb. 19.
Groning, R. Broad-street-bu. Feb. 26.
Green, J. Oxford-st. Feb. 29.

Grinsted, C. and Co. Horsham, Sussex, March 15.
Haigh, J. Ley-Moor, York, Feb. 2.

Handley, W. Stretton-en-le-Fields, Derby, Feb. 6.
Hackett, J. Breedon-on-the-Hill, Leicester, Feb. 6.
Howett, J. St. Martin's-la. Feb. 9.
Hannington, S. Putney, Surrey, Feb. 5.

Hobbes, R. Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Feb 7.
Hale, S. London Tavern, Bishopsgate-st. Feb. 16.
Holmes, T. Long-acre, Feb. 19.

Hall. J. Chatham, Kent, Feb. 2.

Hornby, B. Bernard st. Foundling Hospital, Feb. 5.
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