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Dalgairns, A. and Co. Liverpool, Knowlton, C. Bristol, Jan. 17 Raven, J. Leicham, Jan. 10
Kemp, A. F. Austin.friars, Jan. 31 Koper, H. Cross-st. Jan. 10
Strong, R. Whitebaren, Dec. 20 Dickenson, J. Guildhall, Jan. 29 Lord, J. and Co Halliwell, Dec. 20 Smith, W. J. Birmingham, Dec. 82 Drabwell, R. Doncaster, Jan. 20 Lea, T. Stapenhill, Jan. 5 Scott, A. Smith neid, Dec. 30 Earl, J. and Co. Old Change, Jan. Lobato, E. A. P. Finsbury-st. Jan. Sheppard, R. W. Aldermanbury, 10 Lewis, T. Tower-st. Jan. 17
Dec. 29 Easterfeld, W. Flect-mar. Mar. 21 Luckman, J. Wigan, Jan. It Strombom, J. Austin-friars, Dee. 87 Porslaw, J. Liverpool, Dec. 31 Lakeman, W. Stancombe, Jan. 18 Strickland, and Liverpool, Fles, L. M. Bury.co. Dec. ? Linthorne, B. Wallbrook, Jan. 27 Dec. 29 Forston, W. Carburton-st. Dec. 07 Metcall, J. London-sl. Dec. 23 Slater, T. Worthing, Jan. 2. Fenton, J.and P. Manchester, Dec. Melsome, J. Miserdine, Dec. 30 Siggins, W.J. Poultry, Jan. 91
Marsom, ('. Leadenhall-st. Jan. 3 Streens, w. Sillellion, Jan. 5 Francis, J. Hunsdon, Jan. 6
M'Lacklan, A. and Co. Great St. Sheath, A. and Co. Bosion, Jan. ** Furtado, J. R. South-st. Jan. 20 Helen's, Jan. 3
Sharpley, G. Southwick, Jan. 30 Farringion, P. Wood-st. Jan. 27 Meliss, G. Fenchurch st. Jan. 6 Scoli, T. S. Great St. Helen's, Jan. Gooding, J. Lenham, Dec. 23 Morgan, D. Neath, Jan. 6 Gale, J. Crutched friars, Dec. 23 Mowbray, A. and Co. Durbam and Tyler, S. Sutton Valence, Dec. 23 Grice, W. Frodsham, Dec. 29 Lothbury, Jan. 6
Thompson, B Feuer-la. Dec. 3 Griffiths, W. Bath, Dec. 30 Mackenzie, A. J. and Co. Cross-st. Tongue, W. Birmir.gham, Jan. S Grifiths, D. Canterbury, Jan. 24
Turner, W.S. Bromley St. Leonard, Gernon, W. Langbourn.chambers, Millers, M. C. Liverpool, Jan. A Dec. 23 Jan. 10
Meeson, E. Aldermanbury, Jan, 10 Tallis, J. Doncaster, Jan. 20 Goodair, J. Queen-st. Jan. 94 Maliby, R. Mortimer-st. Jan. 10 Varyer, J. Oxford, Dec. 30 Hichinan, J. Birmingham, Dec. 29 Mackcoull, J. Worthing, Jan. 10 Verdenhalm, G. W. Rosemary-la. Harris, W. and Co. Cumberland, Morand, s. Broad-st. Jan. 17 Jan, 17 Dec. 26
M•Brair. R. Fen co. Jan. 17 Urquhart, W. Sion College Gar. Haiglı, W. Halifax, Dec. 23 Meeson, E. Aldermanbury, Feh. O! dens, Jan. 9 Horneman, H. F. Queen.st. Dec. os Newman, W. Harlington, Dec. 20 Walinesiev, G. Lancashire, Dec. es Hindrickson, J. Lichfield, Dec. 27 Nicc, T. Bishopsgate-st, Dec. 27 Wilion, H. W. and Co. Crutched. Hurlock, W. Distaff-la. Jan. 15 Neale, J. and Co. Alilk st. Dec. So friars, Dec. 23 Haywood, F. Liverpool, Dec. 30 Newbold, D. Birmingham, Jan. 9 Wiigutman, W. Birmingham, Dec. Hurry, J. and Co Gracechurch-st. Newcombe, T. Bowbridge, Jan. 8 Jani, 13
Natrali, O. Nicholas-la. Jan. 20 Wheelar, J. Wednesbury, Dec. 30 Heward, J. Bridlington, Jan. 8 Pariy, H. Liverpool, Dec. 40 Wilson, J. Corentry, Thec. 30 Hilton, R. Wigan, Jan. 8 Poynton, R. and T. Brook-st. Dec. Whatley, W. Lawrence Pountney. Hand, J. Wormwood st. Jan. 17
hill, Dec. 27 Hewett, W. Cargo, Jan. 16 Pugh, J. Red-lion-st Dec. es Walion, J.and Co. Brend-st. Dec.so Harris, H. Bishop-st. Jan. 10 Paliner, S. Bourton-on-the-Water, Whirtenbory, N. Manchester, Dec. Harvey. W. G. Batile Jan 27 Dec. 30
31 Jackson, E. Worksworth, Dec. 30 Pestel, P. Winchester-st. Jan. 3 Willson, F. Plymouth, Jan. ? Jeffery, J. Tonbridge, Jan. 97 Pelham, M. A. North Shields, Wilkinson, J. Cockermouth, Jan. Jowscy, J. H. Sunderland, Jan. 9 Jan. 3
Wright, G. Birmingham, Jan. 9 Jones and Co. Bucklersbury, Jan.xt Phillips, S. R. and Co. Liverpool, Wati, s. Thatcham, Jan. 9 Jones, W. Chester, Feb. 10
Whitehead, J. and Co. CateatonJohnson, 1'. Lever Bank, Jan. 19 Poynton, J. and T. Brook-st. Feb. 3 st. Jan. 90. Jenkins, T. Judd .t. Jan. 19 Pagelt, 6. York-st. Jan. 10 Wood, J J. Gloucester, Jan. : Jefferson, T. Wigton, Jan. 15 Poulton, T. Stafford, Jan, 19 Wall, W. Maidenhead, Jan. 6 Jollife, J. H. Quebec. Jan. 27 Robinson, G. and S. Paternoster. Wheelwright, C. d.
Cullum-st. Keene, S. Upper North-pl. Dec. 90 row, Dec. 13
Jan. 17 Kelty, A. Worcester, Dec. 20 Ridley, G. Tonbury, Jan. 7 While, J. and Co. Flert-st. Jan, 12 Koe, J. H. Mill-wall, Dec. 16 Robson, T. Bishop Wearinouth, Walton, J. & Co. Brad st. Jan. Kirby, W. Manchester, Dec. 29. Jan.
Wood, H. Working!on, Jan. 20 Kernot, J. Bear st, Jan. 10 Rooke, J. Park-gate, Jan. 15 Wilkinson, J. Warnington, Jan. 15 Kump, W. Bath, Jan. 26
Roved, R, Hatfield-st. Jan. 3
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,
FROM TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, TO TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1817. ABLITS, N. Ipswich, Dec. 20 Finly, T. H Whittle, Dec. 20 Robson, C. East-lane-stairs, Jan. 3 Aldrid, J. Chertsey, Dec. 23 Francis, W. Eltham, Dec. 90 Hatfield, G. South Shields, Jan. S Aperlaile, 6. North Shields, Jan. 10 Grey, J. Newcastle upon Tyne, Dec. Ratcliff, W. jun. Wetherley, Jas. Bowen, T. Haversordwent, Dec. 20 20
10 Blackley, H. Sheldwick, Dec. 20 Gregory, J. Blackwall, Jan. 6 Ratcliffe, T. Church-st. Jan, 13 Burn, J. Lothbury, Dec. 27 Hanbury, W. and c. Shoreditch, Smith, J. Milton, Dec. 29 Brown, J. Wigin. Dec. 27
Siochhain, W. Bristol, Dec. 27 Bradley, R. Warrington, Dec. 27 Hartley, P. Cheshire, Dec. 00 scholefield, N. and Co. Greenwich, Berts, J. T. Honduras-et. Jan. 9 Hall, 1. jan. Eresham, Dec. 23 Dec. So Besnood. J. Bright heimstone, Jans Hazard, T. R. Liverpooi, Jan. s Sizer, G. Holhorn-hill, Dec. So Kinyon, B. jun. Manchester, Jan.s Hodgson, 6. 11. Watling Ft. Jan. 6 Scarborough, J. Buckden, Dec. 30 Berdy, F. (haris sq. Jan. 3 Hollands, J. Romney terrace, Jan. 6 Scarborough, W. Stilton, Dec. 30 Benticy, I. Hemby, Jan. 9 Hall, J. R. Aldermanbury, Jan. 10 Swalrs, C. W. Somerset-st. Jan. 13 Burgess, G. Vanchester, Jan. 6 Jackson, R. Stock, ort, Dec. 23 Spence, J. Bishop Wearmouth, Beerenbrock, C. Oxford-st. Jan. 19 Jamts, C. Bristol. Dec. 90
Jan. 13 Center, R. High Holber, Dec. 20 Jutson, W Warninster, Jan, 10 Smart, J. Kingsgate-st. Jan. 13 C'rease, O. and Co. Philpot-la. Dec. Lindrea, W. Biitol, Dec. 20 Tudgay. J. Hermitage.st. Dec. 87 67
Luth, T. and De. Wheeler-st. Jan. 6 Trebaine, E. Whitehall, Jap.6 Cooke, J. Colchester Dec. 27 I oncli, W. H. Hyrne, Jan. 10 Vaughan, T. Newport, Jan. 6 (oper, C. sen. Oid Ford, Jan. 10 Massey, S, Cheshire, Dec. 27 Wilkin, S. Taverham, Dec. So Dunn, E. Welsley, lec. ?? Marshall, 1. and Co. York, Dec. So Williams J. Tooler-st. Dec.es Dowley, T. and Co. Willow-st. Dec. Mtacock, R. Liverpool, Jan. 6 Withers,'J. Bristol, Dec. es 90
Omred, s. Bolton, Dec. 90 Wilie, J. Leghorn, Dec. So Dickenson, J. Dewsbury, Jan. 10 Opluie, W. Nice, Dec. 90
Whirlington, T. Towbridge, Jan. 3 Evans, J. and Co. Aberystwill, Overion, w. Birmingham, Jan. 13 Wilson, J. Cheshunt, Jan, Dec. 30
Rarford, V. Caulei bury, Dec. 20 Welchpan, J. Bradford, Jan. 13 Edwards, T. Daresbury, Dec. 30 Ramsbottom, Jould Co. Norwich, Wame, W. I'edlord Jan. is Field, J. Walcot, Dec. 20
Zuigelar, F. Alverstoke,dec.
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP, FROY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, TO TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1817. ARNEY, W. S. and Arney, J. C. Nicholas-la. Lom- Kimnell, G. Jaggard, R. and Russell, J. Coventry, bard.st. coffee-dealers.
drapers. Aked, J. and Aked, w. jun. Westend, Yorkshire, Livesey, H. Livesey, T. and Livesey, J. Chorley, fax-spinners.
Lancaster, grocers. Anderson, T. and Kilpin, W. P. Queen-st. Cheap. Lees, J. and Ferus, G. Manchester, manufacturers. side, door-cloth-manafacturers.
Lee, E. J. A. and S. Minehead, Somersetshire, Ashton, J. and Ashton, D. Bath, fishmongers.
mercers. Bland, R. and Wallinger, J. A. Harton-garden, Lydford, A. and Moon, H. Frome, Somersetshire, attornies.
linen-drapers. Brown, J. and Davis, J. Nailsworth, dyers.
Melmoth, G. and Symes, J. jun. Sherborne, malt. Bradley, C. and Sowdon, R. Canterbury, linen. drapers.
Mitchell, W. Bottondey, W. jun. and Dixon, T. Bradbury, S. and Rushbrook, B. Aldersgate-st. Limehouse, shipwrigbis. tailors.
Morris, J. and Eggar, H. Trowbridge, grocers. Bailey, W. Latimer, J. and Gilbert, R. Thames st. Midlehurst, W. and Newsham, T. Preston, Lanca. 1 porter-merchants.
shire, corn-dealers. Brandon, W. and Thornton, J. Wood-st. Spital. Matthews, P. and Hale, T. Copthall.co. merchants. fields, silk-weavers.
Mann, G. and Wilkinson, W. Newcastle-uponBlakey, T. and Dickinson, R. Flcet-st. woollen.
Tyne, millers. drapers.
Martin, R. and Millard, J. Bolton-row, May-fair, Bales, L. and Perrott, M. James-st. Golden-sq. coal-merchants. dress makers.
Nicholson, R. and Horn, T. South Shieids, Dock Conden, E. and Flanagan, W. Well-st. Oxford-st. carpenters.
Ormond, J. sen. and Ormond, J. jun. Wantage, Corrie, E and Corrie, T. Liverpool, merchants.
Berkshire, surgeons and apothecaries. Coombs, B and Greene, W. Ashford, Kent, Prior, J. Prior, R. and Prior, S. Hillingdon, chair. plumbers.
makers. Cowper, J. and Shea, H. Copthall-co. merchants. Pocock, H. and Forbes, J. H. Ely.place, Holborn, Campbell, J. and Syme, W. London, merchants. attornies. Cooper, J. and Styring, H. Oxford-st. grocers. Proctos, G. and W. Birmingham, opticians. Collier, G. and Dixon, J. Wellington, Salop, mer. Parker, J. and Turner, J. Paddington, Staffordshire
warehonsemen. Calthrop, G. and T J. Boston, Lincolnshire, corn- Parker, E. and Toulmin, J. Houghton-le-Skerne, . factors.
Durham. Clayton, D. and Holme, J. Bollinglon, Cheshire Peacock, M. Broadhurst, J. and Broadhurst, s. stone.masons.
Manchester, linen-drapers. Dixon, W. S. and Higgin, J. Liverpool.
Prosser, C. and Ludwidge, J. New-square, Minories, Dufrene, H. P. and Simpson, A. Hunter-st. Blooms- ship-insurance agents. bury, surgeons.
Reynard, R. and Gilpin, J. Leeds, York, merchants. Dento, J. dec. Toosey, J. B. and Towell, R. Bran. Robinson, J. and J. Liverpool, chair and cabinet, don, Nor olk, merchants.
makers. Edwards, W. and Simes, H. Hackney, shoemakers. Roberts, J. and Tucker, G. Touten ham court-road, Elion, T. and Trimbey, E. Whitechapel, iron. lead.merchants. mongers,
Rider, E. Weed, W. H. and Rider, J. Little Britain, Eccles, J. and Cunliffe, W. Lancaster, maltsters. printers. Fulton, w. sen. Fulton, H. and Fulton, W. jun. Suiton, H. C. Weston, E. and Oldacre, J. Leicester, Paisley, N. B. and of London, dealers.
hosiers. Ford, J. and Richardson, J. Minories, dealers in Still, J. and Emerson, J. Tempie-st. Bristol, brassLUS.
founders. Freeiley, J. and Lagden, E. G. Kirby st. Hatton. Stone, J. and Dalton, J. F. Leicester, manufacturers garden, jeweilers.
of losiery. Fisher, T. Fisher, J. Huglies, J. and Stroud, J. Savage, B. and Savage, S. Wolverhampton, Stafford, Cheapside, lacemen.
maltsters. Fowler, w. Gundry, J. Downe, J. G. Gundry, S. Senior, J. Cowie, W. and Mabson, J. Wakefield,
and Cole, J. Bridport, Dorset, fiax.mill company: blanket maputacturers. Gowland, M. J. and Belcher, C. Whitby, York, Stonelionse, J. and Satchell, T. Sunderland near the porter-merchants.
Sea, Durham, mercers. Game, E. and Game, M. Haverfordwest, milliners. Thompson, JoundThompson, W. Manchester, drapers. Garrati, W. A. Garrati, F. Garratt, J. and Marsden, Thredder, J. aud Perkins, H. T. St. Paul's Church. R. Oid Swan-stairs, tea.dealers,
yard, halters. Holmes, J. Holmes, W. and Hulmes, H. White. Thomas, W. and B. Birmingham, brass-founders. friars, glass-makers.
Taylor, R. Legge, H. and Gardner, J. Old Broad-st. Hare, J. and W. Cannon-st. carnet-warehousemen. gunpwder-makers. Holmes, h. and Rhodes, S. Shetileld, York.
Tolley, R. jun. and Usher, J. Bristol, linen-mer. Hughes, E. and W. Cheltenham, innkeepers.
chants. Hinchcliff, J. and Hinchcliff, J. jun.' Barnside, Touchel, J. sen. Touchet, J. and Touchet, J. jun. Yorkshire, clothiers.
Manchester, merchants. Molt, W. and l'illing, J. and J. Rochdale, Lanca- Thoinpson, J. and Richardson, J. Whitehaven, shire, woollen-drapers.
tobacconists. Hayes, T. and Clulow, W.W. Mill--t. Bermondsey, Vickers, M. and Vickers, J. A. Leeds, York, patten. lightermen,
makers. Henderson, J. and Davies, B. Change alley, wine. Walker, W. andJ. Pall mall.co. army.agents. merchante.
White. A. Rain, J. Chen, W. and Wayne, J. Hesketh, W. T. M'Cardy, J. Clegs, J. and lock- Glasgow, oil at vitriol maktrs. ton, J. Manchester.
Wrigli, s. and Wright, T. High-st. Southwark, Hare, R. and llare, T. Thirsk, York, millers.
cheesemongers. Hingesion, J. Rumball, R. and Maples, G. P. King. Wilmslanrst, C. Wilmshurst, R. Wilmshurst, H. sl. Cheapaide, chemists.
and Hanger, E. Malden, Essex, boarding-schoolHurd, P. Jounson, G. and Greenwood, R. Inner keepers. Temple, attornies.
Woodhead, S. and Firth, J. jun. Kirkburton, York, Hilon, s. and Ray, J. Chorley, Lancasbire, cotton. clothiers. spinners.
Whitlark, J. and Munton, T. Nottingham, wool. Snean, J. and Dove, J. Market Weighton, York- staplers. #re, surgeons.
Wareing. W. sen. Wareing, J. and Wareing, W. Jump, J. and Hargroves, T. Fore st. Cripplegate , jan. Oldham, Lancaster, cotton spinners. hat-manufacturers.
Williamson, J. and Cross, w. Chester, dietillers.
LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c.
(Continued from page 476.)
, Lincoln's-inn-fields, Middlesex, Esquire; for
DANIEL TOWERS SHEARS, of Fleet-market,
London, Coppersmith; for a machine for the cool 22 iinprovement or improvements in the sea-bea- ing of liquids, and which may be applied to the cons and their moorings. Dated Nov. 1, 1817. condensation of vapour, and may be of grea: utility
PREDERICK DIZI, of Crabtree-street, Fulham, in the condensing of spirits in the process of distillaMiddlesex ; for certain improvements on harps. tion and cooling worts, beer, and other liquide. Dated Nov. 1, 1817.
Dated Nov. 1, 1817. FRANCIS MARCELLIN MOLLE, of Bucklers- SAMUEL HALL, of Basford, Nottingiiamshire, bary, London, merchant ; for certain improve. Couton-spinner; for a certain method of improring ments in propelling boats and other vessels. "Com. thread or yarn, as usually manufactured, of every punicated to him by a foreigner residing abroad. description, whether fabricated from flax, cotton, Date: Nov, 1, 1817.
wool, silk, or any other vegetable, animal, or HENRY MEADE OGLE, of Turnham-green, other substance whatsoever. Dated Nov. 3, 1817. Middlesex, Esquire ; for improvements in and on SAMUEL HALL, of Basford, Nottinghams bire, tea and coffee pots, or biggins Dated Nov. 1, 1817. Cotton-spinner ; for a certain method of inproving
GEORGE CLYMER, late of Pennsylvania, but every kind of lace or net, or any description of now of Cornhill, London, Mechanic; for certain manufactured goods, whose fabric is composed of improvements in waiting-presses. Dated Nov. 1, holes or interstices, made from thread or yam, 1817.
as usually manufactured, of every description, whe. THOMAS CURSON HANSARD, of Peterborough. ther fabricated from tax, cotton, wool, silk, or any court, Fleet-street, London, Printer; for certain other vegetable, animal, or other substance whatso improvements on, and additions to, printing-presses, ever. Dated Nov. 3, 1817. and also in the processes of printing. Dared Nov. 1, 18:7.
VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c, at Nine o'Clock A.M.
By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL.
1817|Barom Ther. Wind Obser. 1817 Barom Ther.) Wind Obser. Nov.26 30.1046 W Fair Dec. 10 29.30 35 W
Snow 27 30.15 | 44 SE Ditto
1 29.55 30
Fair 28) 30.15 50 SW
Tb Fog 29 30.00 50 SW Ditto
13) 29.67 40 SE Fajr 301 30.00 52 SW Ditto
14| 29.5241 SE Rain Dee. J 29.90 56 SW Rain
15 29.64 | 43 SW Fair 2 29.60 | 50 SW Ditto
16 29.83 45 S Rain 3/ 29.50 | 38 NW Ditto
17| 29,54 43 S Fair 4 29.95 34 N Fair
18 28.93 46 SW Ditto 5 29,80 44 S Ditto
IS 28.81 47 SW Ditto 6 29.49 | 41 SW
Dilto 7 29.38 38 SW Ditto
21 29.56 32 NE
Ditto 8) 28.64 40 SW
N Ditto 91 29.13, 39 N Fair
231 29.55 1.32 N Ditte
LONDON MARKETS, Dec. 23, 1817. COTTON. – The purchases of Cotton during last week continued steady, and both by public sale and private contract very considerable transactions took place ; do not exceed 700 packages. The par. the holders were so eager to effect sales, ticulars are 150 Minas 2240; 60 Pernams that the prices towards the close of the week 2s. Id. to 25. 14d.; 40 Bahias 23d.; 130 rather gave way; the purchases were made Demerara, middling to good fair. 22d4d. to much about the currency previous to tbe 234d.; a few Surinams 2s. ; 204 Boweds, accounts being received of the gale in the ordinary to middling fair, 19ěd. to 26d. a West Indies. A public sale of Muscovades few bags 21d.; a few Surats were disposed was brought forward on Friday, it conof at 174d.; and 90 Bengals 104d. to 10 d. sisted of 361 hhds; the first part of the sale,
There were brought forward by public ordinary dry brown St. Lucias sold 71s, to sale 281 bags Bengals, good fair quality, 75s. 6d which was about 2s. under the all taken in at 10$d. and 104d. in bond: previous market prices by private contract, and 371 bags Boweds, part sold at 19d. to but the low descriptions of brown Sugars 190 d.
had been particularly beavy in sale for The East India sale is expected to con- some weeks: there was litule variation in sist of 8000 Bengals, 5000 Surats, and 200 the prices of the good Muscovades which bags of Bourbon Cotton.
were at the vale ; about 100 hhds Tripidad SUGAR.–Tuc demand for Muscovades sold freely-low browns 72s, to 74s. ; mid