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Joseph, M. Liverpool, woollen-draper, Aug. 17, dealer, Aug. 3, 10, and Sept. 7. (Betholme
19, and Sept. 17, George inn, Liverpool. and Co. Staple-inn, Holborn (Phillips, Liverpool; and Adlington & Co. Shannon, W. Whitehaven, draper, Aug. 7, 8, Bedford-row
and Sept. 3, Blacklion-inn, Whitehaven. Jones, W. Bristol, victualler, Aug. 14, 15, and (Hodgson, Whitebaven; and Falcon, Elm
Sept. 17, Commercial-rooms, Corn-street, court, Temple Bristol. (Clarke and Co, Chancery-lane; Stevenson, J. Boston, Lincolnshire, grocer, and Smith, Bristol
July 29, 30, and Sept. 3, Peacock-inn, Bos. King, W. Fareham, Southampton, coach-builder ton. (Hopkins, Boston; and Stocker and
Sept. 9, 13, & 28, Red-lion-inn, Fareham. Co. New Boswell-court, Carey-street (Holme and Co. New-inn; and Paddan, Strickland, "J. Steeple Morden, CambridgeFarebam
shire, common brewer, Aug. 20, 21, HardLangdale, T. Cloughton, Yorkshire, dealer, wicke Arms-inn, Arrington, and Sept. 24,"
Aug. 6, 7, and Sept. 7, Talbot-inn, Scarbo- Red Lion-inn, Cambridge.. (Burfoot, borough. (Benson, Scarborough; and King's Bench-walk, Temple; and Beed
Kearsey and Co. King-street, Cheapside ham, Kimbolton, Huntingdonshire Lewis, W. Cardiff, Glamorganshire, linen-dra- Stodart, J. and Stodort, F. Carlisle, cotton
per, Aug. 26,27, and Sept. 21, Commercial. manufacturers, Aug. 13, 14, and Sept. 17, rooms, Bristol. (Poole & Co. Bristol; & Bush-inn, Carlisle. Atkinson, Carlisle: Saunders, Bristol
and Young & Co. Charlotte-row, Mansion: Mason, J. B. Cambridge, cook, Aug. 23, 24, and house
Sept. 28, Red-lion-inn, Cambridge. (Har- Thorp, J. sen. Cheadle, Cheshire, calico-printer.
ris, Cambridge; and Coe, Hatton-garden. Aug. 2, 3, and 31, Star-inn, Manehester, Marshall, W. Hessle, Kingston-upon-Hull, mil- (Atkinson, Manchester; and Mackinson,
ler, Aug. 19, 20, and Sept. 17, George-inn, Temple Kingston-upon-Hull. (Rushworth, Hull; Thorp, J.jun. Cheadle, Cheshire, calico-printer, and Highmoor, Scott's-yard, Bush-lane, Sept. 14, 16, and 28, Palace-inn, ManchesCannon-street
ter. (Adlington and Co. Bedford-row, and Mortimer, J. sen, Cleckeaton, Yorkshire, 'mer- Binns, Manchester
chant, Aug. 5, 6, at Court-house, Leeds, & Tomlinson, W.jun. Nantwich, Cheshire, money. Sept. 10, George-iun, Huddersfield. (Mor- scrivener, Aug. 6,7, and Sept. 7, Lamb-jmi,
ton and Co. Gray's-inn-square; and Norris, Nantwich. (Sandys and Co. Crane-court; H Halifax
Fleet-street; and Broadhurst, Nantwieh Peyton, W. G. Upper Thames-street, merchant, Tucker, B. jun. Bristol, carpenter, Aug. 28, 29,
Aug. 3, 8, and 31. (Druce and Co. Billiter- and Sept. 24, Commercial-rooms, Corn-sti square
Bristol. (Vizard and Co. Lincoln's-innPrice, J. Ryall, Ripple, Worcestershire, dealer, fields; and Heaven, Bristol
Aug. 7,8, and Sept. 7, Red Lion-inn, New- Walker, W. Bolton, Lancashire, shopkeeper, port. (Hieks, Gray's-inn-square; and Glo- Aug. 19, 20, and Sept. 17, Bridgewaterver, Tong, Shropshire
arms, Manchester. (Hurd & Co. Temple Pulman, M. and Pulman, J. Guisborough, and Buckley, Manchester common-brewers, Sept. 4,5, and 21, Cock- Wedgberrow, T. Himbleton, Worcestershire, inn, Guisborough. (Irvine, Guisborough; grocer, Aug. 23, 24, and Sept. 7, Unicornand Plumptre, Temple
inn, Worcester. (Williams & Co. Lincoln's. Rivers, W. and Clowes, J. Shelton, Stafford. inn; and Curtler, Droitwich
shire, manufacturers of earthenware, Aug. Whatley, G. L. Cheltenham, money-scrivener, 9, 10, and Sept. 7, Albion-iun, Hanley, July 30, Aug. 3, Sept. 7. (Clutton and Co. Stoke-upon-Trent. (Andersen & Co. Han- High-street, Southwark; and Whatley, ley; and Pugh, Langbourn-chambers, Fen- Rendcome, Cirencester church-street
Whittingham, R. George-street, Bryanstone Richards, M. Hythe, Southampton, ship-builder square, victualler, Aug. 6,17, and Sept. 14.
Aug. 31, Sept. 10, and 28, Guildhall, South- (Freeman and Co. Coleman-street Los ampton (Barney, Southampton; and Roe, Willson, J.: Ely, Cambridgeshiré, miller, Aug. Temple-chambers, Fleet-street
28, 29, and Sept. 17, Lamb-inn, Ely, (PickRoberts, W. Oxford-st. hosier, Aug. 17,24, and ering and Co. Staple-ind; and Evans & Co.
Sept. 17. (Reynal and Co. Austin-friars Ely Robinson, F. Aston, Birmingham, dealer, Aug. Wortley, V. Henry-street, Hampstead-road,
13, 14, and Sept. 10, Swan-inn, Birming- grocer, Aug. 17, 24, and Sept. 17. (Cardale ham. (Dicken and Co. Birmingham; and and Co. Gray's-inn Jening and Co. Elm-court, Temple,
Young, J. G. Shiplake, Oxfordshire, merchant Robinson, G, late of London-road, Surrey, coal. July 27, Aug. 3, and 3L. (Crossley, King's
Arm's yard, Coleman-street
Adams, J. Stamford, August 24
Liverpool, August 13 )
shire, August 30
Carpenter, J. P. & Webber, J. Somersetshire,
Leeds, Coupland, F. Hunslet, and Coupland,
E. Salford, August 137
Old Jewry, August 27
ping Norton, September 10
Dieken, J. Shrewsbury, August 26 & 276 )
August 17 Hill, J. Dover, August 19 Hould, S. Laytonstone, Essex, August 27 Heslington, J. jun. York, September 6 Hartley, R. Ripon, September 10 Houseman, Bridge-st. Blackfriars, Aug. 10 Hassell, J. Richard-st. Islington, July 27 Hardisty, G, and Cowing, J. Bedford-ct. Covent
garden, July 30 Jones, T. Ware, Herts, August 10 Johnson, T. junr. Wakefield, September 9 Kershaw, s, Oldham, August 19 Knight, J. Halifax, August 21 Knight, J. Mile-end-road, August 27 Kay, E. Sheffield, September 4 King, W. Birmingham, August 27 Kirkland, J, & Badenoch, J. Coventry, Aug. 31 Lowes, R. Hexham, Sept. 3 Lea, W. & Lea, J. F. Paternoster-row, Aug. 10 Lander, J. Birmingham, Aug. 27 Livesey, J. Bolton, Aug. 20 Lippard, J. Deptford, Aug. 24 Maddock, R. & Tweed, J. Rosemary-la. Aug. 17 Morris, W. Bolton, Aug. 20 MeCall, Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. 26
Mather, E. Oxford, Aug.27
T. Widcombe, September 20
Threadneedle-st. Aug. 10 Smethurst, J. sen. and Hindle, R. Torkington,
Cheshire, Aug. 17 Troughton, B. Coventry, July 30
[Aug. 24 Troughton, B. sen. and Troughton. J. Wood-st. Turner, T. Stock-exchange, Aug. 27 Trafford, T. Oxfordshire, Sept. 10
[20 Wylie, W. Southampton-rw, Bloomsbury, Aug. Wharton, R. and H. Little Crosby, Lanc, Au
gust 20 Windeatt, T. Bridgetown, Berry Pomperoy,
Devonshire, August 26 Walker, F. Ripon, Yorkshire, August 31" Ward, J. Beech, Staffordshire, Sept.7 Walters, J. Studham, Herts. Aug. 31 Wingate, J. Rathwick, Somerset, Oct, 23 Webb, G. Cornhill, Aug. 10 Whitehead, G.jun, and Clarke, G. Basinghall
street, November 23
Notice of opposition to the discharge of any prisoner must be entered in the Look at the office, 33, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, three clear days, exclusive of Sunday, before the day of hearing. The schedules are filed and may be inspected every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, between the hours of ten and four, up to the last day for entering opposition.
LONDON. Petitions to be heard at Westminster,
victualler and common-carrier, of Barnes, Surry, grocer, last of Old Brentford, dealer
in butter, eggs, poultry, &c. Hopkins, Daniel, of 64, Old Nichol-st. Bethnal
green, horse-hair-manufacturer Jackson Thomas Bass, of Southampton-build
ings, of Upper North-place, Gray's-Inn-lane, last of Middle New-st. Fetter-lane, attorney's.
elerk Lark,Mary, of the Mutton Cove-inn, Plymouth
dock, victualler Lewis, Isaac, of Upton, Bilton, Gloucester
shiro, farmer and butcher Malings, Samuel, of Horseleydown-lane, last of
Lisson-grove, schoolmaster Matthewson, James, of Oxford, bookseller, last
5th September, at nine.
Bear-yard, Tooley-street, of Little Bell-alley,
st, sheriff's-officer's-assistant. Bridger, James, of Tilford, Surrey, labourer. Crossland, John Michael, of 10 Thavies-inn, of
Great St. Helens, last of 27, Lower John-st. Commercial-road, clerk in the excise-office, Dulson, Thomas, of 2, New-st. Dockhead, car
man, and coal and potatoe dealer. Dupụis, Louis Francais, of Webb's-lane,Ham
mersmith, last of Dean-st. Soho; wax-chandler
and bleacher. Evershed, Charles, 'of Great Mary-le bone-st.
batcher, last of East-st. Mary-le-Done, livery
stable-keeper Gotch, John, of Kingsland-green, Hackney, last
of James-st. Islington, builder Griffin, Thomas, of Marlborough, Wilishire,
of the Southwark Arms, Borough-road, vic
tualler Molloy, Charles Leeke, of Brooke's-market, of
Exmouth-street, Spa-fieids, last of Cross-st.
Hatton-garden, painter and glazier'
of Gravel-lane, Lambeth, carman
Green's-buildings, Lambeth, carman and
chandler-shop-keeper Ray,'Thomas, of Shipston-upon-Stour, Worces
tershire, saddler and book-keeper
Squires, Johc Newby, of Walton-on-the-Hill, Old, Humphry,of Bowes, Yorkshire, of Sunder: neur Liverpool, surgeon and apothecary, last aland, last of Hetton-le-Hole, Durham,
grocer house-surgeon in the dispensary at Windsor
Red Lion, Northop, Flintshire, 3d Sept. 6th September, at nine.
at ten. Berg, Wernest, of Tunk-et.
Adams, Edward, of Gwernafield, Mold, Flint
shire, miner. New-town, of Little Carter-st. Doctors'-com
HE mons, last of Henage-st. Whitechapel, sugar
Townhall, Scarborough, 6th Sept, at refiner Brown, Robert, of Guildford, Surry, tallow
ten. chandler, &c.
Belt, John, of Scalby, Yorkshire, innkeeper. Bysh, John, of Paternoster-row, bookseller, &c. Cooper, Joseph, of Manby, Lincolnshire, of the Wakefield, Yorkshire, 6th September, Bell and Crown, and 36, Brooke-st. Holborn,
ten. late of Smithfield, dealer in cattle Edmonds, Joseph, of Northover, Somersetshire, Aldam, Thomas, of Sheffield, butcher
miller and shopkeeper, last of 233, Hoxton Brown, Joseph, of Sheffield, watchmaker Old-town, Middlesex, baker
Drew, William, of Pontefract, Yorkshire, timer Fawson, Thomas, of 10, Great Piazza, Covent- and brazier
garden, hotel-keeper, last of Hart-st. Covent- Furniss, Joseph, of Sheffield, butcher garden
Hammerton, Thomas, of Barnsley, Yorkshire, Francis, Peter Clement, of Old Broad-st. of Up- wire-worker per Baker st. of Cottage-grove, Camberwell, Leach, Henry, of Colne, Lancashire, cottonof Orchard-st. Hackney, of Blaekheath, of manufacturer, last of Gisburn. Yorkshire, Bayswater, of 3, Rowland-row, Stepney-gn. carrier of 15, Arnoldepl. Walworth, last of Watney- Mount, William, of Sheffield, cordwainer st. Commercial road, commission-broker Place, Alexander, of Halifax, book-keeper Goslin, John, of Devonshire-st. Queen-sq. of Pryor, George, of Sheffield, grinder
Union-st.Southwark, last of Prospect-pl. Sur- Smithson, Miles, of Chapel Allerton, near Leeds, ry, gentleman
maltster and farmer Jones, Robert, of Newport, Monmouthshire, Willans, George, of Almondbury, near Hudders. wine-merchant and common-brewer
field, clothier, Keating, Thomas, of Bristol, wholesale provi
sion-merchant, &c.se Lamb, William Davis, of Worcester, surgeon,
County Courts, Durham, 7th Sept. last of Serle's coffee-house, Cary-st
at eleven. Partridge. Thomas, of Bloxwich, Staffordshire, awl-blade-maker
Domville. John, of Hurworth, Durham, innRavis, Daniel Harris, of Crooked-lane, accoun
keeper and farmer
Jackson, William, of Sunderland, butcher and tant, of Walworth, and of Union-st. Hackney. ship-owner road, victualler, of Somerset-pl, Whitechapel, Wright. Edward, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grolast of Charles-st. Kent-road, paper-hanger Richardson, Alexander, of Camberwell, of Rich
cer, last of Bedlington, Durham, coal-owner. ardson-st. Bermondsey, last of 12, King-st. Soho, cordwainer
Shirehall, Ipswich, 7th September, at Smith, Henry Burdon Todd, of Low Hewarth,
twelve. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, gentleman, of West Bolden, near Sunderland, surgeon and apo
Lankester, James, of Ipswich, yeoman thecary, last of Princes-sq. Rateliffe-highway,
Wright, John. of Ipswich, of 152, Drury-lane, gentleman
and 23, Hyde-st. Bloomsbury-sq. London, Taylor, George, of Goudhurst, Kent, fariner jeweller, &c. Vawser, David Cowherd, of Upwell, near Wisbeach, Cambridge, farmer
Northampton, 7th September, at ten. West, Thomas, of Barkins-side, Essex, farmer Coleman, John, of Burton-Latimer, NorthampWilliams, William, of Amen-corner, Paternos- tonshire, blacksmith.
ter-row, bookseller, last of Hatfield-st. Blackfriärs-road, gentleman Willis Sarah, of Baldwin-st. City-rd. last of Wa.
Shirehouse, Norwich, 7th September, terloo-st, St. Luke's, fancy-trimming-maker.
Doe, William, of Forncett St. Peter, of Moaltong $t's one otpruCOUNTRY.
publican, of Fundenhall, last of Forncett St.
Peter, all in Norfolk, farmer, de Dragon-inn, Montgomery, 5th Sept.
Warwick, 9th September, at ten.. at ten..
Clark, William, of Birmingham, rule-maker Mansfield, Richard, of Gartmill, Berrew, Mont- Creshull, James Astley, of Birmingham, cabigomeryshire, farmer
Darby, Edward, of Hales Owen, Salop, nail Guildhall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 4tk factor Sept, at eleven.
Freeth, William, of Birmingham, coal-dealers
Lane, John, of Birmingham,coal-dealer.. Ameers, Richard,
of Newcastle-uppn-Tyne, last Lines, John, of Birmingham, pastry-cook of Gateshead, victualler and shoemaker, Downie, Alexander, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
Page, Joseph, of Birmingham, caster *****
Smith, William, of Birmingham, steel-toy-maker joiner
Walters, Thomas, of Birmingham, plater and Geddes, John, of Jarrow, Durham, cordwainer Harrison, William, of the Ouseburn, Byker, Nor
Ward, John, of Deritend, Birningliảm, nail and thumberland, miller, victualler, &c.
King's Departure for Scotland. The Isle of Dogs, usually so deserted His Majesty's arrival at Greenwich and so sombre, displayed a moving Hospital was announced by the firing mass of animation. The acclamations of a gun, and the Royal Standard was were loud and reiterated when the immediately hoisted at the top of the King appeared. A great number of Governor's house. When his Majesty Noblemen's and Gentlemen's cutters came out of the Hospital and appeared had made a rendevous at Greenwich, at the landing place, he gracefully equipped for sea. Of these fast-sailing bowed to his subjects, immediately boats it was supposed that a fleet of at descended to the Royal barge, and was least a hundred sail attended the Royal rowed alongside the Royal George; squadron. the bands of music on board the State The preparations for the contraction barges playing God save the King. and other judicious alterations before On his Majesty's arrival on board the the curtain of Drury-lane Theatre are Royal Yacht, he was received with commenced ; to complete which, the three cheers and the Royal Standard erection of the scaffolding is estimated hoisted. The Comet steam vessel took at an expense of at least 2500. the Royal Yacht in tow, and proceeded At the late sale of the property of down the river, accompanied by the his Royal Highness the Duke of York, Lord Mayor in the city state barge, very little was actually sold, and the and the Merchant Tailors' and Gold- amount of the two days' sale of what smiths' Companies in their barges, was sold and bought in is about 140,0951 which were followed by an immense On Thursday last, being the anninumber of vessels and boats. Pleasure
versary of the opening of the Regent's boats without number, and every steam Canal, a numerous party of the Direcvessel on the River, seemed to be in a tors, Proprietors, and their Friends, instate of active requisition. The Hero spected the Canal from Limehouse to steam boat had a company on board the City-road Basin, where they afterthat, in point of number, exceeded any wards dined at the Macclesfield Arms. thing ever witnessed. The Swiftsure, The party were much gratified with Venus, Eagle, and Comet, steam boats, the progress making in the formation were occupiedwith very large compa- of new works establishing on various nies. The venerable Earl St. Vincent, as parts along the banks of the Canal, senior Admiral of the Red, was in attend-, and with the increasing activity of ance at Greenwich at a very early business throughout its whole line. hour. The spectacle of the embarkation Absentees. It will scarcely be crewas altogether a brilliant one. The dited by those, who have no means of fneness of the weather, the river knowing the circumstance, that there covered with vessels of all kinds, gaily are from 100,000 to 150,000 English decorated and filled with well-dressed and Irish people of property living in people, the concourse of spectators that different parts of the Continent. Whole filled every place where a view of the towns are absolutely peopled by them. scene could be obtained, the costuines In Paris, the Duke of Hamilton, with of the Greenwich pensioners, the sol- the Earls of Stair and Fife, at an exdiers and marines assembled on duty, pense to themselves, or rather to their presented a lively picture to the eye. country, of 100,0001. per annum, lead Eur. Mag. Vot. 82.
the fashion to about 20,000 English when they can get
their rents paid. At persons, of a mixed character, at Ver- Tours there is a select corps of about sailles. Mr. Robert Williams, the 4,000, who pride themselves upon their Member for Carparvonshire, with his family connexions in the United Kings numerous and amiable family, and se. dom. At Boulogne there are 6,000 veral titled persons, have, for some English, 4,000 of whom are entitled to years, taken up their residence in the
some compassion, being half-pay offneighbourhood of Geneva. There are cers, who cannot live without wine. 1,500 English families with the Duke Prince Leopold very naturally expends of Leeds at the head, the Marchioness his 50,0001. a-year in Germany. "At of Bute, and many distinguished nobles Brussels the English and Irish congreof both sexes, at Rome. Lord Montford gate, and there is scarcely a town or has lived some time near Bordeaux, village in France, the Netherlands, surrounded by about 2,000, one half of Switzerland, and Italy, in which they whom are small fundholders, and one are not to be found. half Irish of 3001. to 4001. per annum,
BIRTHS IN AND NEAR THE METROPOLIS.
SONS. Mrs. Baring, Berkeley-square
Mrs. Breedon, Pangbourn, Berks,
Mrs. A. Atherley, Heavitree, Devon.
Mrs. Portal, Treefolk-house, Hants.
Mrs. Dr. Lusbington Mrs. Hisst, Temple-place
Mrs. Edward Lawes, Serjeant's-inn Mrs. Crosse, Tottenham
Mrs. G. Evelyn, Gloucester-place Mrs. Parkinson, Hoxton-square
Mrs. R. W. Williams, Guildford-st. Russell-saMrs. Venables, Queenhithe
Mrs. Robinson, Argyle-street,
Mrs. Barber, Bedford-row
Mrs. Lester, Crutchedfriars Mrs. Orookshank, Harpur-street
Mrs. J. G. Crickitt, Lower Tooting Mrs. Alexander Nicholson, Sidmouth, Devon Mrs. Winter, Clapham-common Lady of Lt.-Gen. SirJ. Wood, Brighton
Mrs. Briggs, Lincoln's-iun-fields
Mrs. G. Gordon, Denmark-hill, Surrey
Lady Copley, Georges-street, Hanover-90-
Mrs. Boyton, St. James's-square Mrs. Doctor Boyton, York-st. St. James's-sq. Mrs. Majoribanks, Wimpole-street. Mrs. Mooney, Hanover-st. Hanover-sq.
MARRIAGES IN AND NEAR, THE METROPOLIS.
Arnold, Rev. J. W. esq. Northampton, to
Howard, Lady Mary. Baker, Mr. S. Andover, to.
Cox, Miss A. Russel-st. Russel-sg. Barnard, Capt. 71st Light Infantry, to
Porter, Miss C. Rock beare-house, Devon Barker, R, esq. Tavistock-st. Bedford-sq. to
White, Mrs. Burton-crescent Beeman, Mr. Isaac, Borough, to
Bensley, Miss Ann, Clapham-rise, Surrey Beauchamp, R. F. esq. Tetton-house, Soms, to
Westbrook, Miss Eliza, Chapel-st. Grov,-sq. Bramall, T. esp. 'Tamworth Castle. to
Cooper. Miss, of Brentford
Puget, Miss C. H. Herts
Babbington, Miss Martha, Aldermanbury
Jones, Miss Mary Ann Carter, H. W. esq. M.D., to
Plumptre, Miss L. Claypole, Kent
Jones, Miss, of Lambeth
Wollet, Mrs. E. Rye, Sussex
Clark, G. esq. Sion-place, Isleworth, to
Spieer, Miss E. Sarah
Clarke, Miss S. Bedford-row
Waddilove, Miss S. Elizabeth
Hunter, Miss A.S. Margate
Hodsell, Miss Laura, Holborn
Ashe, Miss M, G.H. Bath
Long, Miss M. B. Hampston-lodge, Surry,
Scott, Miss H. C, Bedford, same county
Waldie, Miss C. A. Hendersyde Park, Roxbo.
Davis, Miss F. Judd-pl. East, New-rd.
Swainson, Miss E.M.Kennington
Blew, Miss S. P. Warwick-st. Pall Mall
Finch, Miss S.White, of that place