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1. Poore, Miss A. G, Rushall. Wiltsti
Hornby, T. esq. St. Swithin's-lane, to

Grimani, Miss, Lee, Kent
Hustler, T. esq. Acklam Hall, Yorkshire to let
** Wells, Miss E, F. E. of Domarara, West Ind.
Isaac, G. F. esg, Ashwiek-house, Glouces. to

Fromow, Miss Elizabeth. Isle of Wight
Jaffray, W. esq. Montague-st, to

Kelly, relict of the late Col Kelly yo Lloyd, Rev. Charles D. D. to!

Stapleton, Miss M. H. Thorpe Lee, Surry Long, Henry Esq, Hampton Lodge, Surry, to

Walpole, Lady Catherine Mackenzie, 3d Dragoons,

to Anderson, Miss Justina Milner, J. esq. Canterbury, to

Båckhurst, Miss Sarah Pasquir, London, to

Rowson, Mr. John, Aere lane, Clapham, torte

Neck, Miss Harriet. Reading
Sandys, H. Captain Bengal estab. to

Spotteswoode, Mrs. at Caen
Savage, T. esq. Midsomer, Norton, to do

Palmer, Miss E. A. Finsbury-house, Soms.
Shawe, D.D. S. to

Egan, Miss M. Usage-house, Herts Simpson, Rev. T. W. Thurnscoe, Yorksh. to

Welsh, Miss Mary, Harley st
Smart, Rev. N. Trewitt-house, Northum. to

Groombridge, Miss M. S. Blackheath
Somerset, Lord Granville, to

Smith, the Hon. Emily
Travers, J. esq. Highbury Groye, to

Taylor, Miss Mary, Finsbury-sq.
Twopeny, Edward, esq. Rochester, to

Smith, Miss E. Camer, Kent
Upton, Mr. Thos. Cheapside, to

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Betham. Mrs. late of Negapatam, East-Ind.
Payne, C. G. esq. Middle Temple, to

Salisbury, Miss M.
Penn, Mr. R. Cressingham, Norfolk, to

Hughes, Miss C. Morden Ash, Essex
Pennant, David, esq. to

Churchill, Lady Caroline Spencer
Robinson, Mr. J.A. to

Hardy, Miss M. A. Bignell, Enfield
Rogers, F. N. esq. Ramscombe-house, Wilts, to

Yea, Miss J. E. Taunton

Dawson, Miss E. Kennington Common
Welsh, Henry, Esg. Bromley Common. to

Thornton, Miss A. Springfield Grove, Sussex
Wharton, Rev, T. St. John's Wood, to

Rose, Miss C. M. Crookam,Newbury Welland, F. esq. Hon. E. I. Com. Service, to

Corfield, Miss S. Wilton House, Taunton Witherby, Mr. R. St. John's Coll. Camb. to

Hale, Miss E. Petworth, Sussex.


Alcock, J. esq. Roehampton-Allison, Mrs. J. son, Mr. C.Cavendish-sq.-Hitchings, H. E. esq. Arundel-st. Strand-Atwood, A. esq. Worces- Oxford, 41--Hoare, H. V. esg. Mitcham-grove. tershire.

Jeyes, Mr. Richard, Upper Thames-streetBazet, Mrs. Sarah, C. Portland-pl.-Brown, Jones, R. esq. Helston, Cornwall. *Miss Anne Lubbock, St. James's-pl.-Beard- Kent, Mrs. Frances, Highbury-Kidman, Mrs. more, Mrs. John, Bolton-st. Piccadilly-Butler, B. Margate-Kelty, Dr. Cambridge. Mr. William, Hackney, 74-Blair, the Lady of Londonderry, Marquis of, North Cray-LockLieutenant-Gen. Sir Robert-Burges, Mrs. C. ley, G. F. esq. Half-moon-st.-Lee, John, esq. Bristol-Bourdillon, Mr. Great Rassell-st. Co- M. D. Bath Littlehales, "Rev. R. Lopham, vent Garden-Bunney, William, esq. Coventry, Norfolk-Leighton, E. esg. 85—Bodkin. Mrs. S, Northanpton-sq.-Broo- Moore, Mrs. Stephen, Sloane-street-Mayo, shooft, Mr. H. Deputy Marshall King's Bench Rev. James, Wiltshire. 66-Mules, Rev. J.H. Prison-Bayley, Rev. E. S. Brampton Grove Ilminster-Metcalfe, Sir T. J. bart. Fern-hill, Bruckwood, J. esq. Croydon, 79_Brown, Miss Berkshire, 39-Morrell, Charles, esq. Salop. A, L, St. James's-place.

Nisbet, Wm. H. esq. Balhaven-Nash, Miss Chamberlaine, Mr. Surgeon, Aylesbury-st.- "Elizabeth, Farringdon, Berkshire. Curtis, Mrs. S. Hackney-Coombe, Rev. T. Oldfield, Thomas H. B. esq. 67L Osborn, Mrs. D.D. Hertford-st.-Corbyn, Mrs. Hannah, Hol- Tavistock-place, 66. *****

3 born-Chaplin, Mrs. Bishop, Stortford-Cun- Pegge, Christopher, esq. M. D, Oxford, 85liffe, R, esq. Blackburn, Lancashire-Chilow, Pemberton, Dr. Fredville, Kent-Provost, Mrs. Wm. esq. Camden-st, 66-Crosbie, relict of the Tisbury, Wilts--Page, Wm. esq. Gosport. late Wm. esq. Liverpool--Clark, John, esq. Richards, John, esq. Brick-lane, Spitalfields, Barnsley, Yorkshire.

42--Reynolds, Mr. A. H. Clapton-square. Drinkald, Mr. S. Beer-lane, Tower-st. 33— St.John, Andrews, Lieutenant William, R.N. Dixon, Mr. James, Strand-Deane, Mr. Wm. Southby, Mrs. Charles, Walworth-Slaugb. Canonbury, 70-Dominicus, Mrs. Lucy, Court ter, Mrs. Edward, Edmonton-Scrivenor, Mrs, Lodge, East Farleigh-Dent, C. E. esq. Herts. H. Clapham, 51 Swanton, reliet of the late

Eades, George, esq. Grove Crescent, Camber Admiral-Smith, Mrs. Wm. Fulwood Lodge, well-Earle, Thomas esq. Livespool-Edgell, Lancashire-Stuart, Wm. esq. Cheltenham Mrs. Hippie, Beckington, Somerset-Ellison, J. Stevens, Miss A, B.youngest daughter of Rear M. London, 41.

Admiral. Falkland, Viscountess, Vauxhall-Freeman, Townsend, Rev. E. Bray, Berkshire TatterJoseph, esq. Birmingham--Fisher, Mrs. Yar- shall, Rev. Thomas, Ledsham, Yorkshire, 26mouth, Norfolk-Fox, Mrs.Lane, Braham-park, Thomas, Mr. H. Tewkesbury, 244 Thompson, Yorkshire.

P. esq. Northam, Herts, 75Townsend, Anne, Gantskell, Mrs. Henry, New Kent-rd-God.

youngest daughter of Lord John. frey, Rev. Phillip, Hertfordshire-Gaisford, T. Van der Nunburg, George, Stamford, Baron esq. Westbury, Wilts, 81--Grubb, Mr. Phillip, Northamptonshire, 72. Cornhill, 65-Gunthorpe, Miss Hampton-court William, John, esg. Hatton-garden, 77–WadGray, W. esq. Doncaster-Grimshaw, J. esq. more, Mr. James, Cadogan-place, 93—William. Manchester, 84.

son, Mr. J. G. Wandsworth, 45-Worth, widow Hugford, Miss Sarah, Montagne-street, Port- of the late Mr. James, Trump-street, 634-Weaman-square-Henshaw, W. esq. Bexley, Kent. therby, Mr. G. Oxenden-street-Wyatt, R. esq. 100-Harris, Mrs. C. Hackney-Herley, C. esq. Courtweek-house, Sussex. 66-Whately, WilLavender hill, Surry, 51-Hale, Mr. Samuel, liam, esq. Birmingham, 60-Warriner, G. esq. Sidmouth--Harris, Miss M. A. Kentish-town, 22 Oxfordshire-Wilson, Francis,' esq. Worcester-Hoy, Mrs. Hannah, Midenbury-house, Hants shire-Winter, T. B. esq. Herts-Wright, Lady -Harby, Rich, esq. Alford Line, 64-Hutchin- A. M. daughter of the Earl of Coventry.

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lambs were sold at an advance of A labourer's wife, who syası reaping full 35. 'a head. in a field with her husband, near Read

HEREFOR DSHIRE. ing, was suddenly taken ill, went home, At Ledbury fair,

ř, fat cattle were in and was shortly afterwards delivered considerable demand, and sold at ad of of four boys, all still born.

vanced prices. Sheep experienced an CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

advance, and were in great request. @ John H. Hall, Esq. L.L.B. has been Horses of the best description brougbt

admitted into the Fellowship at Trinity high prices; inferior animals were in Hall, vacated by the marriage of G. little demand - At Knighton fair, the Bankes, Esq. M.P.

shew of cattle and sheep was not so DERBYSHIRE.

large as usual ; both met with a ready A meeting of the Ladies in the town sale, at advanced prices, 1 and neighbourhood of Derby was lately

HERTFORTSHIRE. held at the Town-hall, for the purpose During the three years, in which of forwarding the benevolent plan of Mr. M'Adam's plan has been adopted providing cloathing for the suffering by the trustees of the Wade's Mill Irish. ii)

Turnpike, they have not only been DEVONSHIRE,

enabled to pay off £1000. of the debt, Upwards of seventy Barristers at- but have reduced the tolls to the annual tended the late Devon Assizes. There amount of more than £400. was produced in Court, and handed

HUNTINGDONSHIRE. Đabout as a great curiosity, the brief, Viscount Mandeville, son of the Duke the only brief, that Devonshire ever of Manebester, is appointed Deputyafforded to the great William Pitt, who Governor of this county. once, at least, travelled that circuit. His notes on its margin, and the signa- Wantage Wool Fair presented a large Lure to his fee, attracted much notice. supply of that article, chiefly down; The green cloth which then covered before the close of the evening the fair the Court table, and on which he in- was completely cleared, there having seribed his pame, is also preserved been sold upwards of 500 tods of wool. there, as an interesting relic.

The following prices were

re obtained : Sa DORSETSHIRE.

Leicester, 265, to 28s. per tod; Down, At Dorchester Assizes, there were s 30s. to 325., while a few samples of but five briefs produced altogether- Down, crossed with Merino, fetched not one: (for each dozen of the Barris- 36s. per tod.

-Plaistow-Lodge, near ters in attendance.

Bromley, the residence and property DURHAM.

of the Hon. Hugh Lindsay, comprising 8. The Editor of the Durham Chronicle one bundred and twenty-six acres of has been found guilty of a libel against freehold land, and a splendid mansion, the Clergy, residing in and near the built by the late Mr. Thelluson, for his City of Durham, and the Suburbs own residence, at an expense of £40,000. thereof, but has been acquitted of the has been lately sold for £o to Inne,

-In charge of having published a libel on the six months from the whole establishment of the Church. 1822, 37,374 bundles of paper, manu1979.794 2. ESSEX. I

factured in Maidstone and its imme. At the Annual Hop Meeting, held at diate neighbourhood, have been sent Castle Heddington, little business has from Maidstone down the Medway. been done. One pårcel only of the Besides this, a considerable quantity new erop, of half a top, was disposed has been sent by land in every direcof at 746.16d. (Several other lots 'tion. offered mere bought in lat 90s,

LANCASHIRE. The Rev. P.Strachan; Rector of Mile 3 On the 31st ult. Liverpool experiEnd, near Colchester, has reduced his enced a very serious storm of hail, ana, -tithes in some ibstances from eight to what is much more extraordinary at - three shillings per acrest 1919 this season of the year, a considerable HAMPSHIRE. 1.:.

quantity of snow féll immediately afterSir George To Staunton, Bart, of kwards. In a short time, the surroundLeigh Park, has returned, at his last ing country presented the appearance audit day, 25 per cente to his tenants. of the depth of winter, We learn,

-At Alresford fair there were nearly that a small establishment for the ma50,000 sheep and lambs penned. nufacture of silk goods has been formed Buyers were numerous, and all the at Blackburn.

The Rev. S. L. Noble has been proti seventh in the haickest part, thirty-seven



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The upper jaw promoted to the rectory of Frowlesworth. jects five feet beyond the under one;

LINCOLNSHIRESUN in the latter there are two rows of The Rev. George Mason, of Cuckney, - ivory teeth, twenty-three in each row. returned his tenants, at Bransby, 20 It is expected to be very productive. per cent. at his late rent day. Earl

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE." Fortescue, in order to enable his Lin- At Newark last fair, there was a colnshire tenantry to meet the present small shew of cattle, which met with times, has returned to bis Tattershall a ready sale, at an advanced price. tenants 40, and to his Billingboro' te- A very fatal bowel complaint at' this nants 35 per cent. There is now time prevails at Nottingbam. living at East Kirby, in this county, a man aged seventy e-ght years, who The celebrated George Bidder (the bas bad but one wife; he is father, calculating boy, well known in Shrewsgrandfather, and great grandfather to bury) is about to visit. Exeter. He

seventy-eight children. It is under. leaves Edinburgh, having completed - stood that there never was so much his education to the satisfaction of his

business doiug in the wool as at this patrons. On his return to Edinburgh time. Lincoloshire is full of Yorkshire he will take his place in the Exchequer agents seeking to make purchases. Chambers as a clerk of the first acThe price has in consequence advanced. countant. -The Rev. J. H. Monk has been

SOMERSETSHIRE, ATQ" promoted to the cathedral church of At Shepton Mallet fair there has been Peterborough and living of Fiskerton. a larger supply of cattle tban has been MONMOUTHSHIRE. ;

known for many years past, which sold • At Usk monthly market a very fine at advanced prices. milking cow was sold for 458. which, a

STAFFORDSHIRE. 1, 1 1 few years ago, would have fetched iii.

A treading mill is erecting in StafFine fat cows, worth, ten years ago, ford county gaol, and will employ 241. and 251, were sold før 71. and $1. about thirty men. If this discipline Fat pigs, 12 to 14 lb. per quarter, fit becomes general as is expected, it will for Bristol porkers, were sold for Ss. prove highly beneficial not only to the each. Sheep were offered equally low, morals, but to the reformation of such but found no buyers.

abandoned persons as might have exNORFOLK.

pected to spend their days in a prison A piece of land near the Norfolk in case and idleners. 1338 To 1A and Norwich Hospital, has been lately

"SUFFOLK. 3 vt ind sold by auction at the enormous rate There is now growing in the garden of 17241, 168, 8d. per acre. The of the Marquis of Hertford, at Sudbotnu Rev. John Cubitt, M.A. has been insti- Hall, a cucumber, of the snake kind, tuted to the rectory of Overstrand, and which measures six feet pine inches in the Rev. John Neville White has been length. 8:01b wood esd licensed to the perpetual, curacy of

ASUSSEx.? 127910 913 Great Plumstead.

The treading mitt recently erected ; NORTHAMPTONSHIRE,

at Lewes hønse of correction, is daily Sir John H. Thorold, Bart, has lately effectivg a diminution of crime, partimade the liberal reduction of 20 per cularly of vagrancy, in this cent. on the rents due at Lady Day, The Rev. J. Young has been preferred with an actual reduction of 25 per cent. to the vicarage of Heathfield or A upon their future payments.- -The

WARWICKSHIRE: HI altas) Rey, John Miller, M.A fellow of Wor- The Rev. S. W. Perkins, A.M. Of cester, college, Oxford, has been pre- Wadham college, Oxford, has been insepted to the rectory of Benefield. ducted to the rectory of Stocktons The NORTHUMBERLAND.

Rev. Wm. R. Bedford, A M. for the At the monthly meeting of the Lite- university of Oxfords has been llately tary and Philosophical Society of New- inducted to the rectory of Satton Coldcastle, it was agreed to purchase the field. The Right Hond the Fart of celebrated Wycliff Museum, late in Aylesbury has been appointed deputy the possession, of George Allen, Esq. lieutenant of this county by the Earl pourA whale of the spermaceti kind of Warwick, the new Jord lieutenant. has been lately driven on shore, at Lord Bagot has ordered all arrears Cresswell, and killed by the inhabit of rent to be struck off his steward's ants of that place. The following are booksatta 3201) niet bao 371AA the dimensions of it ;

-Length from 1981.79 WILTSHIRE. C nose to tail was sixty-one feet; the The number of sheep and Jambo


penned at Britford fair amounted to A meeting on account of the Greeks 38,000, which were alt sold. Ewes has taken place at Edinburgh, when it from 10s. to 20s. per head; two-teeth was resolved, “That a subscription be + wethers from 125. to 16s., four-teeth immediately opened for the relief of

ditto from 16s. to 28s.; lambs from 8s. those Sciots who survive the massacre si to. 16s. The prices in general 48. a and of such other Greeks as may be "head lower than last year, and at least placed in similar circumstances;" and 50 per cent. less than three years ago.

à considerable sum 'was immediately A large shew of horses, bullocks, cows subscribed. and calves at this fair met with a dull National Monument.

--The Bill for sale,

the erection of this object has received YORKSHIRE.

the Roya! assent. It is to be a fac I'A very singular and interesting cir. simile of the Pantheon of Athens, with

cumstance took place lately, at a village a place of worship for 3,000 persons, near the city of

York. A young cuckoo, including his Majesty's forces stationed just able to fly from one tree to another; in and about Edinburgh. The City two swallows were observed to attend of Edinburgh have granted a site on it, alternately, in rapid succession, and the Calton-hill for this edifice, and his to bring each time some food to the Majesty, who is the patron of the uneccentric stranger; and it was asto- dertaking, is to lay the foundation stone - a nisbing to observe, that this curious during his present visit to Edinburgh.' bird of passage was always ready to receive, with open mouth, whatever the

IRELAND, assiduity of its foster parents had en By the Galway Papers we perceive, abled them to procure for it; as if, that the Commissioners, who have been though not birds of a feather, they were appointed by the London Committee, birds of a country, and intended to re- have arrived in Ireland. We are sinor turn to their winter quarters together. cerely rejoiced at their arrival. They

-The Kirk dale Cavc. * Profes- will not only be eye-witnesses of the sors Buckland and Sedgwick, Sir Hum- distress of which they bave heard so. phrey Davy, and many other scientific much, but they will investigate the men, have lately been examining the appropriation of the funds which have Kirkdale Cave, and the animal remains been voted by the London Cominittee. that are collected in the neighbourhood. A recommendation of the London Com

mittee to the benevolent people of WALES.

England to bestow old clothes, and In the year 1664, on the 5th of De- other articles of wearing apparel, on cember, a boat on the Menai crossing the poor of this country has been atthat strait, with eighty-one passengers,

tended to, in a manner corresponding was upset, and only one passenger, with the noble and charitable charac. named Hugh Williams, was saved. On ter of the country. Places to receive the same day, in the year 1785, was articles of clothing are already selectupset another boat, containing about ed, and numberless deposits bave been sixty persons, and every soul perished, made. We find that the with the exception of one, whose name dren in several establishments are also was Hugh Williams; and on the gaged in this benevolent work; and it 5th of August, 1820, a third boat met appears that even the female conviets the same disaster, but the passengers in Newgate are employed in convertir of this were no more than twenty-five, ing the materials with which they have to and, singular to relate, the whole pe been supplied into articles of clothing rished, with the exception of one, whose for the poor women of Ireland. We name was Hugh Williams.

verily believe that, in the History of

the world, there will pot be found a SCOTLAND

parallel instance of a charitable feeling His Majesty's stay in Edinburgh, so extensive, so minute, so munificent, will not, it is said, exceed a fortnight. and so long continued as that manifeste! He will hold a grand drawing-roomed by England at this mornent to the # and levee, as in Dublin, and receive people of Ireland. The last vote, taken! and give one grand public dinner. by Mr. Goulbourn, of £200,000 added - The Royal suite is not so nume- to those which have been already rous as in Ireland; but it princi. voted, will, we are satisfied, remove pally consists of the same personages. those apprehensions which were en- : His Majesty intends to continue his tertained regarding the consequences aquatic excursion after his departure, of the existing famine: but for what length of time is not yet determined.

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By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNAILL.

Polisir ! 1822 Bar. Ther. Wind Obser.||1822 Bar, Ther. Wind. Obser. 1822 Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser. July 26 29-6265 S, W, Shwy. Aug. 6 29 85 65

Fair Aug17 30.06 65 27 29-56 61 S. W. Ditto 7 29.84 67 N, W. Ditto 18 30.10 65 S: W. Ditto 28 29 61 67 w. Ditto 8 29.93 66 s. Ditto 19 30.10 65 E. Ditto 29 29.64 70 S. W. Ditto kul>929.90168 N. W. Ditto 20130 07 68 S.W. Ditto 30 29.62 68 S. W, Ditto 10 29.87 66 W. Shwy: 2129.94 71 S.W, Ditto 31 29.64 65 W.

Ditto 11 29.91 61 N. Ditto 22 29.821 70 W. Ditto Aug. 1 29.74 63 S. W. Ditto 12 29.85 60 N. W. Fair 23 29.87

68 NW. Ditto 2 29-72 62

W. Ditto 13 29.83 64 W. Shwy. 24/29.80 60 S.W. Ditto 3 29.97 58 N. Fair 1 14 29.83 63 S. W. Fair 4'29.85 61 N Ditto 15 29.81 64


Ditto 5 29-82 62 N. E. Ditto 16 29.97 66 W. Ditto


" AUGUST 25, 1822.

Div. per










Price Per


Share, per Ann.
£. £ S. £. s. d.


£. £ s. £. $. d. Ashton and Oldham


100 23
160 195 lo Ditto, New

50 70 171 pr, ct, Birmingham (divided; 25 580 24 Ditto, Loan

5 Bolton and Bury

250 95
5 Vauxhall

100 20 Breckpock and" Abergav, 150 80

4 Waterloo


5 Carlisle.......


Water-works. Chesterfield

10 120 8 Chelsea Coventry

10 1070
44 3 East London.

100 97 2 Cromford 100 270 14 Grand Junction..

50 58 2 10 Croydon.....

100 2 10

100 35 1' 10 Derby 100 140 6 London Bridge

50 2 10 Dudley..

100 63
South London

100 301 Ellesmere and Chester 133 63

3 West Middlesex.....

55 2 5 Erewash.....

100 1000
York Buildings

• 24
Forth and Clyde
100 470 20

7 Grand Junction 100 244 10 Albion

500 Grand Surrey

100 54
3 Atlas


5 Grand Union..

100 20

40Grand Western.

100 3
Birmingham Fire

1000 300 25
150 145 8 British

250 50 3 Hereford and Gloucester . 100


100 40

10 Lancaster...

100 27
1 Eagle.

50 2 12 61 Leeds and Liverpool

12 European


1 Leicester 300 14 Globe

100 135 674 Leicester & Northampton 100 70


100 10 Loughborough 3500 170 Hope


45 Melton Mowbray. 100 221 11 Imperial Fire...

96. 4:10 Monmouthshire

100 160
8 Ditto, Life.

50 11

9 6 Montgomeryshire

70 2 10 Kent Fire.

50 55
410 25 London Fire

25 28 14

150 200 12
London Ship

25 20
100 730 32 Provident.

100 18:00 18 Portsmouth and Arundel 50


20 1 s 2 Regent's....

37 10
Royal Exchange

265 10 Rochdale 1......

100 56
2 Sun Fire..

8 10 Shrewsbury.. 125 170 9 10 Sun Life...........

100 23 101 10 Shropshire

125 125

200 40 1,8 Somerset Coal

50 107 10

Gas Lights. Ditto, Lock Fund


Gas Lightatid Coke (Chart
Staffordsh.& Woroetershire 140


145 | 200 9 Ditto, New Shares ..., 50 65

3 12 Stratford-on-Avon

City Gas Light Company.


5 12 Stroudwater 495 22 Ditto, New

60 2 16 Swansea ........

10 South London

100 130 7 10 Tavistock

90 90

50 6 15 Thanies and Medway


Literary Institutions. Thames and Severn, New


London Trent & Mersey 200 1900 75 Russel....

2598 11
Warwick and Birmingh. {


30gs »5 1!

Miscellaneous, Warwick and Napton.... 100 210

10 Auction Mart

50 22 Worcester & Birmingham

26 10
British Copper Company. 100 52!

2 10 Docks.

Golden Lane Brewery

80 London

100 110}
4 10 Ditto.

West India
100 183 10 London Com. Sale Rooms

150 15 1 East India..

*100 159
Carnatic Stock, Ist class .

Commercial .
.100 87 3 10 Ditto, .2d ditto

79 3 East Country

100 31

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