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the Hon. H. st. 5. At Southampton, the wife of the Joho, of a daughter.
Governor of Alderney, of a son and heir. 27. At Burwood-house, the Right Hon. 8. The lady of Henry Barle, Esqi of. Lady Lovaine, of a son.
Berners-street, of a daughter. SEPT. 2. At Cuckney, Nottinghamshire, 10. Mr. J. Gore, of Bedford place, the lady of Sir George Eyre, K.C.B. of a Russell-square, of a son. daughter,
AX. 11. At Bombay, Mr. De Vitre, B. Wood, A.M. the Rev. Howell Jones,
collector, to Miss Dora Moore, daugh- to Miss Gale of Bradford. ter of the late Colonel Moore, formerly of 10. John Jones, Esq. son of John the 59tb regiment.
Jones, of Llanarth-court, Monmouthshire, AUG. 30. Christopher Wilkinson, Esq. Esq. to Lady Harriet Plunkett, daughter of wholesale tea-draler, Basinghall street, to the Earl of Fingall, Apo, daughter of Thos. Wm. Hodgson, Esq. 11. Thomas Jones, Esq. of Ware, banz
SEPT. 1. Mr. John Stevens, of Kings ker, to Mrs. Win, of the same place. land, to Fanny, second daughter of James William Smith, of Moretop-ball, in the Buston, of Layer-ball, Esq.
county of Worcester, Esq. to Sophia, 2. Mr. Robert Slodes of Hunter-street, daughter of John Ward, Esq. of Air-streete Brunswick square, to Elizabeth, daughter Piccadilly. of John Tyler, Esq. of Cross-lane, Thames. 12. Ai Enfield, G H. Ward, Esq, tą street.
Mary, the eldest daughter of the late Dr. 3. Mr. F. N. Devey, of Dorset-street, William Saunders, M.D). Fleet-street, to Ann, daughter of Mr. D. James Sole, of William-row, Tottenham, Egg, Knightsbridge-Green.
Esq. to Charlotte, daughter of Robert Yeea
8. Al Paris, Robert Baxter, Esq. of Jane, daughter of William Raffles, Esq.
Hellen Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr, Alex. 9. At Stoke, Dear Bath, by the Rev. ander Hay, of Red Lion-street, Holborn,
ment at Madras, and for many years.one of Tucker, of Sherbourne, perpetual cu- its most distinguished ornaments. rate of Caundle Marsh.
20. At Amsterdam, the Dowager Maf, Lately, in dia, the Rev. Joho Chris. chioness of Şligo, where she was expecting topher Sapper.
Şir William Scott from Switzerland, in Lately, Mr. Richard Goodison, an emi. order to return with him to England. Her prot training groom at Newmarket, aged Ladyship was boro on the 9th of Decemą 66.
ber 1767, and was the youngest daughter Lately, the Rev. Thomas Heckford, M.A, and co-beiress of the late gallant Earl viear of Trampington and Melbourn, Cam- Howe. In 1787 she was married to the bridge, and formerly of Trinity College. late Marquis of Sligo, by whom she had a
JULY 11. At Kingston, Jamaica, of the son, the present Marquis. To her second endemial fever, Major Jobo Lee, of the busband, Sir William Scoit, she was mar. Royal Scots, senior aid-de-camp to Major. ried about 5 years since. Her ladyship was General Conran, commanding his Majesty's a woman of much literary accomplishments. forces on that island.
26. The Rev. Wm. Thompson, many 27. . At Tenerife, David Lockardt, Esq, years minister of the parish of Ochiltree, aged 80.
Ayrshire. Aug, 12. At Clifton, in the 70th year Mr. Thomas Blackett, of Newgate-street, of his age, Eyles Irwin, Esq.* formerly of many years one of the Common Council for the East India Company's civil establish. the ward of Farringdon within.
27. At Shoulden house, near Deal, John For Portrait and Memoir, vide vol, xv. Iggulden, Esq. aged 71,
At Botleys, Surrey, Sir Joseph Mawbey, tor of Paulersborg, Northamptonshire, Bart.
30. At Abinger hall, near Dorking, 14. At Bird-place, Henley-upon-Thames, Peter Campbell Esq. of the islaod' of Ja. Barrett Marsh, Esq. aged 73. maica, aged 82.
At Esher, Mrs. de Poothieu, molber of 31. Louisa, eldest danghter of Henry the late Jobo de Poothieu, Esq. M.P. of Woodfall, Esq. of Brompton-row, aged 21. Portland-place.
In Great Ormond-stree:, Gamaliel Lloyd, 15. John Stanley, Esq. aged 72, signer Esq. aged 73.
of the bills of Middlesex, and for upwards Åt Church-lane, Chelsea, George Dobree, of 40 years clerk to three of the judges of Esg. of Oxford-street, in his 70th year, England.
At Hastings, the Rev Jobo Clack, aged 16. Deeply lamented, Mr. Robert Lum, 23,
of Steward-street, Old Artillery.ground, Sept. 3. At Perlasco, Lake of 'Cumo,' aged 45. Mrs. Yeates Brown.
At Bayswater, Mrs. Ansley, wife of Mr. 4. At Sandwich, Mrs. Judith Harvey, Alderman Ansley, iu the 39īt year of ber aged 74, relict of Capt. George Harvey, wlio age, fell so distinguished on the memorable Ist of At Papplewick, Nottinghamshire, James June, 1794, whilst commaoding his Majes. Robinson, Esq. aged 71. ty's ship Brunswick, in the honorable post 17. Ai Chatham, Elizabeth, the lady of of second to Admiral Earl Ilowe,
Sir Robert Barlow, comissioner of his 5. At Hemus-lerrace. Chelsea, Major Niajesty's dock-yard at that port.. Brereton Poynder, aged 79.
18. Al his house in Serjeant's-inn, Yr At Walworth, Mr. Join William Tom- Charles Wells, M.D. F.R.S. L, and e, and kins of the Victualling Olbice, aged 82. oue of the physicians to St. Thomas's lampia
6. At Sagdwich, in the 69th year of his lal, deeply lamented by all who bare act age, Richard Emmerson, Esq. banker, of pects for lalenis, or science, or learning, or that town, and one of the jurats of the cor. high-minded integrity, and have the adrag, poration,
tage of having knowo him. 7. Lady Francis Pelham, third daughter 24. Al his house in Keonington, aged of the Earl of Chichester.
60, Charles Hicks, Esq. many years ab un. 9. The Rer. Wm. Master, 42 years rec. derwriter at Lloyd's Coffee House,
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On the Politid Economy of the British • " Yet I love not to such a degree,
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AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTS,
WITH THE ATTORNIES' NAMES,
Extracted from the London Gazette.
N.B. All the Meetings are at Guildu alt, unless otherwise expressed. The Country and
London Altornies' Names are between Brackets,
BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. CAMPBELL, GEO. Fenchurch-st. merchant, Sept. 8. SYKES, JOHN, london-wall, factor, Sept. O. COOK, THOS. Wylam, Northumberland, baker, TAYLOR, SAM. Liverpool, merchant, Sept. 6. Sept. 16.
BANKRUPTS. ARNOLD, GEO. Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, COZENS, WM. Kensington, linen-draper, Oet. 11 grocer, Nov. !, White Lion, Bristol. (Clarke, (Jones, Millman-st. Bedford-row.) Aug. 30. Bristol; and Jenkins and Co. New.inn.) Sept. CHESTER, CHAS, jun. Liverpool, auctioneer, Ocs. 80.
9, 10, and es, Bull and Punch Bowl, Liverpool. BETTS, JOHN THOS. Honduras-st. Old-st. rectify. (Meddowcroft, Gray's-inn.) Sept. 16.
ing distiller, Oct. 7. (Martin, Vintner's-hall, COOPER, GEO. sen' Old Ford, Middlesex, dealer, Thames-st.) Aug. 26.
Oct. 4 and 28. (Clarke, Bishopagate-st.) Sepi. BOOTH, JAS. and Co. Chorley, Lancaster, spirit. 16.
dealers, Oct. !1, White Horse, Preston. (Par. COFFIN, JAS. WALLER, Plymouth.dock, mer. kinson, Chorley; and Alexander and Co. New. chant, Oct. 9, 10, and Nov. 1. (Carlton, Coffee inn.). Aug. 30.
house, Plymouth.dock.) Sept. 20. BOOTH, GEORGE, Bishop Wearmouth, Devon, CARTWRIGHT, GEO. Birmingham, dealer, Oct ,
ship-owner, Oct 18, Golden Lion, Sunderland. 7. and Nov. !, Royal, Birmingham. Webb and [Lawes, Sunderland : and Blakiston, Symond's, Co. Birmingham; and Clarke and Co. Chanceryo inn.) Sept. 6.
la.) Sept. 20. BLOOMPIÉLD, JOHN, Commercial-rnad, plumber, CASSON, JAS. and Co. Broadhaigh, Lancashire,
Oct. 91. (Hutchinson, Crown-co. Threadneedle. flannel-manufacturers, Oct. 6, 7, and Nov. 1, Star, st.) Sept. 9.
Manchester. (Hadfield, Manchester; and Hurd BODY, W. Newhaven, Sussex, grocer, Oct. 25, and Co. Temple.) Sept. 20.
Star Lewis. (Gwynne, Lewis, Sussex.) Sept. 13. COWELL, WM.jun. Wigan, Lancashire, butcher, BONSALL,RICH. Brokers'-row, Southwark, builder, Nov. 1, Eagle and Child,' Wigan. (Grimshaw
Oct. 28. (Metcall, Basinghall-st.) Sept, 16. and Co. Wigan; and Ellis, Chancery•la.) Sept BERNOULLI, JOHN and EMANUEL, Jeffrey's-sq. 10.
St. Mary Axe, merchants, Oct. Ji and Nov. i. CRAMP, JAS. Otford, Kent, miller, Oct. 4, 7, and (Bourdillon and Co. Little Friday-st. Cheapside.] Nov. 4. (Nesbítı, Sisc-la. Bucklersbury.] Septe Sepe, 80.
DAUNCEY, JOHN, Ballonsbury, Somerset, catile. dealer, Oct. 7, White Haft, Wells Sorgerset. [Welat, Somerset; and Dyne and Co. Lincoln's.
inn.) Aug. 4o. DICKÉNSON, JOHN, Dewsbury, Yotkshire, linen. draper, Oct. 6, 7, and Nord, Star, Manchester. (Walker, Manchester; and Ellis and Co. Chan.
cery-la.) Sept. 20. FURNIVÁL, SAM. Liverpool, grocer, Oct. 6, 7, and 28, George, Liverpool. . (Orme, Liverpool.) Sept.
16. GERALDIS, SERAFIM CARNEIRO. Broad-st..bu.
Oct, and Nov. I. (Hind and Co. Throgmorton.st.) Sept. 20. GRAY, BENJ. and Co. Liverpool, merchants, Oct. 21, 22, and Nov. 4, George, Liverpool. (Orred and Co. Liverpool, Serjeant and Co. Manchester; and Lowe and Co. "Southainpton-bu. Chancery
la.) Sept. 93. HURDIS, RICH.. Oxford, 'cordwajner, Oct. 11, at
Mr. Bartrain's, under the town-hall, Oxford. [Walsh, Oxford; and Pownall, Siaples-inn.]
Aug. 30. HOUGHTON, HEN. Warton, Lancasbire, dealer,
Oct. 13, 14, and 13, King's Asms, Lancaster. (Johnson and Co. Lancasies; and Blükelock, Serieant's-iou.]. Sept. 6. HOYLES, TIM. Nottingham, hosier. Oct 91, Ram,
Nottingham. (Hall, Nottingham; and Hurd and Co. Ternple.) Sept 6. HENSMAN, THOś. and WM. Liverpool, mer
chants, Oct. 10, 11, and 28, George, Liverpool. (Chester, Staples-inn.) Sept. 16. HOLROYD, SAM. QUICK, 'Yorkshire, innkeeper,
Oct. 10, 11, and ex. Duck and Hawthorne, Manchester. (Ellis, Chancery-la.) Sept 16. HUGHES, RICH. Bleeding Hart-yard, Hatton.
garden, stable-keeper, Oct. 4 and 28. . (Tucker,
Bartlett's-build. Holborn.] Sept. 16. JAMES, ROB. Builth, Brecon, ironmonger, Oct. 7,
King's Head, Kinglon. (Davies and Co. King
ton; and Pugh, Barnard st. Russell-sq.) Aug. 26. JACKSON, WM. and Co. Shepton Mallett, somer.
set, grocers, Oct. 1!. Commercial-rooms, Bristol. (Cooke, Bristol; and Lamberts and Co. Gray's
inn sg.) Aug. 90. LKWIN, THós. Chatham, merchant, Oet. 21.
(Spencer, Mansfield-street, St. George's fields.] Sept. 9. JOKDAN, WM. Finch-la. Cornhill, Eating house.
keeper, Oct. 25. [Doughty, Paper-build. Tem.
ple.) Sept. 13. LANSDELL, JOHN, jun. Bexliill, Sussex, farmer,
Oct. 14. (Ellis, Temple.) Sept. 2. VALINS, JOHN, Einmington, Oxford, dealer, Oct.
10, Royal Oak, Setsworth, Oxford. (Crafts, High Wycombe, Bucks; and Crafts, Foley st.
Portland pi.] Auz. 26. NASH, JOHN, Wonton-inder-edge, Gloucester, carrier, Oct 05, Commercial-rooins, Bristol. (Livet, un. Bristol; and Puole und Co. Gray's
ion! Seir.1?. NIVEN, KICH. Manchester, silk and calico-printer,
Oct, 10, 11, and vor. 1, Bridlewater Arms, 314)chester (Rarrell, Manchester; ad minii and
Co. Warnford-co. Throgmorion st.) Sipl. 20. FERKINS, JOHN, Coventry, doctor of tissic,
Out. II, rastle, Coventry. (Troughton and Co.; and Carter, Coventry.} Aug. 30.
PARKBR, WM. Leeds, merchant, Oct. 1 and 14, Court House, Leeds. (Atkinson and Co. Leeds.)
Sept. ?. Pierce, WM. Benshatt, Shropshire, potter, Oct.
18, Red Lion, Broseley. [Prite har and Co. Brose. ley: and Bigg, Southampton-build.} Sept. 6. PARKES, BENJ. Moore-st. Birmingham, wire.
worker, Oct. 18. (Pope, Modiford-co. Fenchurchst.] Sept. 6. POWELL, RICH. Leeds, Yorkshire, surgeon, Oct.
1, 2, and Nov. 1, Court-house, Leeds. (Sangster,
Leed.) Sept. 20. RENTOŃ, MARY, Coventry-st. saddler, Oct. 11.
(Timbrell and Co. Macclesfield-st. Sobo.] Aug. 30. RAN YARD, JOHN, Stickney, Lincoln, farmer,
Oct. 23, 84, and 25, Red Llon, Boston. [Hartley, Boston; and Lodington and Co. Temple.) Sept.
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DIVIDENDS,
FROM TUESDAY, AUG:8T 26, TO TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1817. Ansley, J. Star.co. Sept. 87 Bulley, C. B. Pope's-head-alley, Boudich, T. Bristol, Oct. 6 Aldeed, J. Cherisey, Oct. 7
Bares, W. and Co. Bridgoorthi, Arondell, G. Torn's, Sept, 24 Braule, W Ryarsh, Sept. 27
Oct. 20 Allcop, R Louil, On 20
Betumont, J. Beech-st. Sept. 30 Clarke, R. East Dereham, Sept. 20 Brows ad Co. Bachburn, Sept., Brown, and Co. 'Bnstol, Coward, T Baril, Sept. 17
13. REEKS, JOHN, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, lanner,
Oct. i and 25, King's Head, Wimborne Minster.
Oct. 11 and Nov, I, George, Newcastle upon Tyne.
yard.) Sept. 20. RAFFIELD, GEO. South Shields, Durham, shi
builder, Oct. By 18, and Nov. 4, Commission Rooms, Sunderland near the Sea. (Law, Sunder
land : and Blakiston, Symond's inn.) Sept. 23. RIDLEY, JOHN, Wood-st. Cheapside, ostrich
feather manufacturer, Oct. 7, 95, and Nov. 4. (Cranch, Union co. Old Broad st.) Sopt. 23. SHAW, RICH. HUMPHREY, Liverpool, merchant
Oct. 11, Star and Garter, Liverpool. [Avison and Co. Liverpnol: and Castle-st, Holborn.) Aug. so. STEAD, GEO. Aldermanbury, cheesemonger, Oct.
7, and 21. [Hartley, New Bridge-st. Blackfriars.]
Pimlico, clerk, Oct. 98. (Thompson, Southamp
ton.build. Chancery-la. Sert, 16. TREHARNE, EVAN, White hall, Carmarthen,
dealer, Oct. 7, White Lion, Carmarthen. [Stephenson, Carmarthen; and Price, Lincoln's-inn.)
Thompson, Gray's. inn-sq.) Aug. 26.
Oct 1, 2, and 28, Star, St. Ives, Cornwall. [Price,
Nuw-sq. Lincoln's-inn.) Sept 16. WATERWORTH, JOH, Maurhester, dealer, Oct,
6, 7, and Nov. 1, Star, Manchester. (Adlington
and Co. Bedford-row.) Sept. yo. WALLER, JOHN, Manchester, hatter, Oct. 6, 7,
and Nov. 4, White Bear, Manchester. (Hewi!l, Manchestir; and Ellis, Chancery la.) Sept. 03. WELCHMAN, JOAN, Bradford, Wiltshire, Tigen.
draper, Oct. 7. 25, anni Nov. i. (\twbon, st. :
Ta'lerinn.) Aug 30
tualer, Oct. 4. 7, and N. v. 4, India Arms, Gos.
Collins, R. Strand, Oct. 30 Rowl). R. Worcester, Set. 26 Brudge, S. Butt-la. Noỳ. 8 Cooper, J. Carlton, Sept. 16 Bent, R Lincoln's-ran fields, sept. Buil, W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Cunningham, J. Alarket.st. Sept. Octo
16 Bwley, W. Bu mingham, Seit. 'Brown, T Chorley, Oct. 1 Coltman, G. Stourbridge, Oct. 6 30
1eason, J. R. Ruisel pl. Oct. 11 Cuvelje, A. 2. D. Lancaster, Barker, S. and Co. Biliter-sq. yes, B. Tolenivouse-varu, Sept.27 Oct. 4 Septea
Pragu, J. Werm nith, Oct. 20 Cheascley, W. Hayes, Oct. 11 Beer, NM dbury, Sept. 94 Brooman, J. Margate, Oct. 10 Carr, J. Corentry, Oct. 11 Bruxn, H. Percy-sl. Sept. 97
Bayliffe, G. Wakeheld, Oct. 18 Coulthred, J. High Melion, Oct. 15 Europ. llnz. l'ol. LXXII. Sept. 1817.