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Alphabetical List of BANK Ruptcies and Divid E ND's announced between the 2 oth of March, and the 20th of April, extracted from the London Gazettes.

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Godfred, James, High street, Shadwen, flops-lier. (Ashfield, righttreet, Shadwell Gordon, Johns House, Painswick, clothier. (constabie, Symond's inn, shadwell Hague, Thomas, Canoot, row, woominster, money scrivener. Howard. Herretta treet, Covent garden Harding, *** Mud whall, shopkeer. (Giles, Great sture jage Hurdis, James, seaford, apothecary and druggia (Rhodes, Cook, and “andley, clerkenwell Holden, williao, ski reck Quarter, coal merchant, (Allet and txley, Furnival's inn Harrison F. “ard, Łańee wood, woodendraper. (Evans, Thawre's lan Harrie. John Gwen, Swithen's lane, dealer in ale and port<r. (Eaton, Birchin Jane Jeffreyes, John, Clapham Road, printseller. (Anthony. Earl treet, Blackfriars Joh-ooo, Huah, Newca le on Tyne, carpenter. (clayto Atid Scott, Lincoln's inn Ives, sh;poran, culi:hall, brewer. (Swain and Stevens, old joway Lee, Heir). Shire lane, Temple Bar, vićtualler. Howarc, Jewry or et, Aldgate *::: o Kılıderton, milier. (Huxley, Middle ‘remple Marriott, Thomas, King street, wine merchant, (cokayne and Taylor, Coleman street Milburn, Edward, Cook, John Hallowell, and Thomas * * * 'ey, North shields, his builders. (Atkuson. chancery lane Mao, Joseph, Bolton, cotton manufaāturer. ( Chesshare and walker, Maoiche.oer Maxwell, Robert, Geo. to irc.co. Motories, ship broker. ( Hall and Bell. Bow lane, cheapside No Seed, Baronew, or; at Sutton street, clerkenwen, witchcast 11.4k r. (Retinson, Charterhouse square Newtou, John, Manchester, graper. (Foulkes, Bury place, Binuinti ur: Featkos, Phineas, worcester, grocer. (Barker, Gray's 1 on

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them mixed with each other, or all three mixed and incorporated together; in like manner, in the same piece of cloth, any one, two, or three may be incorporated with any other kind of furs, wools, hair, hemp, flax, cotton, worsted, &c. and any other articles that have been or may be employed in the manufačture of cloth. What Mr. Loosemore lays claim to as his peculiar invention is the employment of fur or furs in the fabrication of cloths, either alone, or mixed with other materials. The introduštion of fur into cloth gives it a degree of flexibility, softness, lightness, warmth, and beauty, which cannot be attained in the usual methods of manufacture, in which fur is not employed. And cloths made and manufactured by this method may be dyed of any colour, in the usual manner, either by dying the materials when in the raw state, or by dying the yarn or thread, or by dying the pieces of cloth after they shall have been woven.

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Including Notices of Works in Hand Domestic and Foreign. *** Authentic Communications for this Article will always be thankfully received.

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