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Alph AF stro Al List of BANK Ruptcies and Divide NDs announced between the 20th of February, and the 20th of March, extracted from the London Gazettes. .

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giment of light-dragoons, to Miss M. Cooke,

youngest daughter of the late G. J. Cooke,
esq. of Harefield, Middlesex.
Mr. Davies, jun. merchant, of Grace-
church-street, to Miss Knaggs, of Peck-
ham.
DiED.
At Camberwell, Mrs. Fyshe.
In York-street, Westminster, Mr j.
Fitzmaurice, printer.
At Newington-butts, Mrs. Worsley, wife
of Mr. Worsley, linen-draper, in Cheapside.
Mr. G. C. L. jackson, son of Dr. Jackson,
of Hanover-street, Hanover square.
In Lamb's Conduit-street, in her 17th year,
Ms. M. A. Larkins, daughter of the late T.
Larkins, esq. of Blackheath.
At Kensington, aged 68, Mrs. Chace, re-
lićt of the late R. Chace, esq.
In his 85th year, Mr. De Crafto.
At Lambeth, in her 25th year,
Buckley, wife of H. Buckley, esq.
In the Borough, Mrs. M. Rowland.
In his 73d year, Mr. R. Perry, builder,
and many years resident in Perry’s-place, Ox-
ford-street.
Aged 17, Miss Flanrey, of Queen-square.
In Conduit-street, Hanover-square, in his
8oth year, Dr. Savage.
At Kennington, in her 88th year, Mrs.
Warner, widow of the late J. Warner, esq.
of Hatton-garden.
In Margaret-street, Cavendish-square, Mrs.
M. Mackenzie, wife of Captain J. Macken-
21C.
At Greenwich, in the Royal Hospital, aged
8o, Lieutenant R. Kerr, the oldest lieutenant
in the service. -
At Norwood, Mrs Rabtert, wife of C. F.
Rahtert, esq. of Great St. Thomas Apostle.
At Richmond, Surrey, Mrs. M. Ellis, wi-
dow, late of North-street, Westminster.
Aged 34, Mrs. E. Thompson, of Rother-
hithe. -
R. Dutton, es?. brother to Lord Shelburne,
at Grenier's Hotel, in Albemarle-street.
Mrs. Atwood, of Somerset-square, widow,
formerly of Milverton, Somersetshire.
At Lambeth, Mrs. Buckley.
At Homerton, Mr. j. Pycroft, eldest son
of J. Pycroft, esq. of Wanstead, Essex.
In Wimpole-street, G. Crawford, esq. He

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