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Middleton, J. T. Stone, Staffordshire, coach

proprietor, Oet. 21, 22, and Nov. 12, at the Office of Messrs. Wheatley and Co. Stone. (Barber, Fetter-lane; and Wheatley and

Co. Stone Norris, T. Bishopstone, Wilts, shoe-maker,

from Oct. 12, to Oct. 19 Oldfield, R. S. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant,

Oct. 18, 19, and Nov. 16, King's Coffeehouse, Kingston-upon-Hull. (Shaw, Ely

place, Holborn; and Richardson, Hull Papps, G. North-street, Lambeth, horse-dealer,

from Oct. 15, to Dec. 3 Prideaux, P. C. Plymouth, timber-merchant,

Sept, 27, Oct, 4, and Nov.5, Royal-hotel.
Plymouth. (Squire, Plymouth; & Wright,

King's-bench-walk, Temple
Paltrey, W. Hinchwicke, Gloucestershire, Oct.

18, 19, and Nov. 16, Royal-hotel, Cheltenham. (Tan, Stow-on-the-Wold, Glostersh.;

and Pritchard, Earl-street, Blackfriars Pearson, T. Walford, Staffordshire, malster,

Oct. 25, 26, and Nov. 23, Bell and Bear
Inn, Stow. (Harvey and Co. Lincoln's-inn-

fields; Hubbard and Co. Cheadle, Staffords. Rix, G. Rix, C, and Rix, G. late of Manifold.

place, Newington-butts, corn-merchants,

from Oct. 1, to Oct. 12 Spencer, W. Swansea, Glamorganshire, paper

maker, Oct. 17, 18, and Nov. 9, at the Public Rooms, on the Burrows, Swansea. (Price, Lincoln's-inn; and Collins, Swansea

DIVIDENDS, From SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, to TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1822.

Smith, J. F. Regent-street, linen-draper, from

Oct. 15, to Nov.5
Tye, E, Sibton, Suffolk, farmer, Oct. 21, 22, and

Nov. 16, Three-tuns-inn, Yoxford, Suffolk.
(Woodhouse, King's-bench-walk, Temple;

Sharpin, Buccles
Wake, R. B. Morton, Lincolnshire, timber-mer-

chant, Oct. 8, 9. and Nov, 5, Red-lion-inn,
Worksop,

Nottinghamshire. (Hannam and Co. East-Redford; and Allen and Co. Car.

lisle-street, Soho Webber,

J. Bath, currier, Oct. 18, 19, and Nov. 19, White-lion-inn, Bath. (Makinson, Mid

dle-temple; and Hellings, Bath Wheeler, J. jun. Abingdon, Berks, grocer, Nov.

1, 2, and 23, Crown-and-thistle-inn, Abing-
don. (Nelson, Essex-street, Strand; and

Graham, Abingdon
Watson, G. B. Rock Lodge, Durham, corn.

merchant, Nov. 6,7, and 26, Queen's-head-
inn, Morpeth, Northumberland. (Meggi.
son and Co. Verulum-buildings, Gray's-inn;

and Brummell, Morpeth Yates, W. Yate and Pickup Bank, Lancashire,

dealer, Nov. 11, 12, and 23, Old Bull-inn,
Blackburn. (Edleston, Blackburn; and

Clarke and Co Chancery-lane
Yates, G, Eccleshill, Lancashire, dealer, Nov.

11, 12, and 23, Old Bull-inn, Blackburn.
(Edleston, Blackburn; and Clarke and Co.
Chancery-lane.

Boyers, J. jun. Wansford, York, Oct. 23
Byass, H. Raleigh, surgeon, Oct. 26
Boyes, G.F. Anlaby, Kingston-upon-Hull, Oct. 23
Baker, T. Wolverhampton, Oct. 22
Browne, W. T. Liverpool, Oct. 23
Blackburn, W. Bedford, Lancashire, Nov. 2
Browne, J. & J. Gregson, Charles-street, Gros-

venor-square, Oct. 29
Bryan, W. L. & R. G. Gunnel, Poultry, printers,

Oct.26
Bural, J. Swansea, Oct. 31
Booth, T. Newark-upon-Trent, Notts. and A.

Booth, Notting, tallow-chandlers, Nov. 14
Barton, J. Blackburn, Lancashire, Oet. 30
Brennand, T. Bread-street, Cheapside, Nov. 2
Bishop, J. Broad-st. Bloomsbury, horse-dealer,

Nov. 2
Collier, T. Newport, Salop. liquor-merchant,

Oct. 21
Cropper, T. Warrington, Lancashire, Oct. 25
Coates, C. Stanton Drew, Somersetshire, Oct 31
Chapman, W. Gravesend, provision-merchant

Oct. 29
Clay, R. Stainford, Lincolns, scrivener, Oct. 29
Durtnall, J. Dover, Oct. 30
Drake, J. Lewisham, Kent, master - mariner,

Nov. 5
Elgie, W. Ruwarp, Yorkshire, Nov. 5
French, R. Wimpole, Cambridgeshire, Oct. 24
Flintt, G. London-wall, merchant, Oct. 26
Findley, J. L. Sparrow-corner, Minories, Nov. 2
Garton, S. Wood-street, Cheapside, silk-manu-

facturers, Oct. 26
Good, P. P. Clapton, insurance-broker, Oct. 26
Griffis, T. High-row, Knightsbridge, Oct. 29
Garnett, A. Liverpool, Oct. 31
Gough,

J. Bath, painter, Nov. 4
Grant, William, Oxford-street, broker, Nov. 5
Haudley, J. Coton, Staffordshire, miller, Oct. 19
Higgs, W. Strand, hatter, Oct. 19

Hudson, W. St. George's - terrace, Bayswater,

ship-owner, Oct. 19
Hyde, D. Waltham-Abbey, Essex, Oct. 8
Harrison, J. Sandwich, Kent, Nov. 18
Haggart, J. Limehouse-hole, victualler, Nov. 2
Harris, T. St. Nicholas, Worcester, Nov. 4
Jopson, W. & C. Wignall, Liverpool, Oct. 16
Jones, E. Tatten-hall, Cheshire, Oct. 14
Judd, J. Derby, Oct. 28
Jopson, W. Liverpool, turpentine-distiller, Nov.5
Kilshaw, E. Lancaster, Nov. I
Kermode, W. Liverpool, Oct. 24
Knight, T. Chipping Sodbury, Gloucester, Nov. 4
Knibb, B. Billingborough, Lincolnshire, grocer,

Nov.4
Leech, J. & J. Hinchcliff, Cateaton-street, Nov.5
Massey, J. Heaton Norris, Lancashire, grocers,

Oct. 22
Melhuish, G. Crediton, Devon, Oct. 24 & 31
Milne, A. G. Mitre-court, Fenchurch-st. Oct. 22
Millward, J. Redditch, Worcestershire, Oct. 30
Mills, J. Water-lane, Tower-st. wine-merchant,

Oct. 26
M'Nair, Abchurch-lane, merchant, Oct. 26
Miller,j.C.& A. Bishopsgate-street, merchants,

Nov. 2
Mawhood, R. jun, Wakefield, Yorkshire, money-

scrivener, Nov. 11
Pritchard, J. D. Tipton, Staffordshire, Oct. 28

and Nov. 4
Pritchard, W. & E. Bevan, Bristol, Nov. 4
Plant, B. Birmingham,gun-barrel-maker, Oct. 26
Parker, J. Chapel-street, Edgware-road, Nov. 2
Peters, J. & F.Weston, Bristol, maltsters, Nov. 20
Pigot, W. Ratcliffe-highway, grocer, Nov. 9
Richardson, G. Horncastle, Lincolnshire, Oct. 24
Reddall, W. Liverpool, Oct. 29
Reddall, T. Liverpool, Oct. 30
Rainey, R. Spilsby, Lincolnshire, Oct. 31
Robinson, M. A. Red Lion-st. Holborn, Nov.5

Robinson, J. Manchester, eotton-mercht. Nov. 2 Thomas, D. Carmarthen, grocer, Oct. 28
Skidmore, W. Sheffield, Oct. 21

Townsend, J. Ludgate-hill, laceman, Oet. 8 Salesbury, T. Preston, Lancashire, Oct. 21 Tabrum, R. & J. Barron, Walbrook, Nov,5 Stabb, T. Torquay, Devon, merchant, Oct. 19

victualler, Oct. 26 Sanderson, R. Doncaster, Oct. 28 Stainley, T. Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, Oct. 23 Vincent, J. Rebabam, Hertfordshire, Oct. 5

Walters,

White, J. Tarporley, Cheshire, inn-keeper, Nov.5 Symons, P. Plymouth, merchant, Oct. 26

Webb, George, Cornhill, dealer, Oct. 25 Seward, New Sarum, Wilts, clothier, Nov. 7 Wilkinson, W. Norton-hammer, Derby, Nov 1 Strombom, J. Austin-friars, merchant, Nov. 2 Williams, S. Bristol, apothecary, Nov. 4. Slade, T. Bartholomew-close, Smithfield, oil. Watson, H. Bolton-le-Moors, druggist, Nov.5 merchant, Nov. 6

White, S. U. Edingley Cotton-mills, Nottingbam, Tugwood, J. Lancaster, Oct. 21

Nov. 6 Trigg, H. & J. Ratcliff, Hertford, Oct. 29

Young, G. New Sarum, Wilts, grocer, Nov. 7 Taylor, William, Great Yarmouth, Oct. 23

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Notice of opposition to the discharge of any prisoner must be entered in the book 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 lust day for entering opposition.

LONDON.

Petitions to be heard at the Justice

hall, Old Bailey, 15th Nov. at nine. . Brockhill, John, of Chatham, of the Kent-road,

of Spencer-street, St. George's in the East, last of Deptford, boot and shoe-maker Brooke, John, of Nusterton, Nottinghamshire,

of Hull, of Barton, Lincolnshire, butcher, last ***Of Beverley, stable-keeper Burdett, Jobn, ot 107, Aldersgate-street, of 27,

Barbican, last of Red Cross-street, laceman. Burdord, John, of Sugar Loaf-court, Leaden. * hall-street, porter, last of White Lion-street,

Goodman's-fields, fruiterer and green-grocer, last of Sugar Loaf-court, Leadenhall-street,

porter Clayton, Oliver, of Galway, Ireland, wine-mer

chant Dalton, Elizabeth, of Swansea, shop-keeper Fenn, Samuel, of 29, Bell-street, Mary-le-bone, * baker Hammond, Levi, of 21, King-street, last of 18,

Young-street, Kensington, bricklayer. Johnson, Samuel, of Shuckton Manor-house,

near Mugginton, Derbyshire, farmer Jones, George, of Edmonton, chandler-shop

Sansome, William,of 19, Litchfield-street, Soho
of 9, William-street, Lisson-green, of 2, Pon-
tipool-place, Blackfriars'-road, last of 4, Web-
ber-row, Waterloo-road, carpenter and coal-
dealer
Streeter, William, of Marlborough-place, South-
ampton-street, Camberwell, bricklayer and

plasterer
Sutton, William Samuel, of the White Hart,

White Hart-yard, Drury-lane, victualler, of
Stratford, Essex, last of 9, Kent-place, Old

Kent-road, oilman
Taberman, John Raymond, of Coal Harbour

street, Hackney-road, last of Caroline-place, Wilmore-gardens, Kingsland-road, merchant's clerk (sued as John Raymond Tableman.) Tasker, Thomas, of 113, York-street, Cominer

cial-road, grocer and Coal-dealer Thompson, Robert, of Woolsthorp, near Gran

tham, last of Deeping St. Janies, near Mar. ket-Deeping, Lincolnshire, victualler and cat

tle-jobber
West, William, of Maidstone, fruiterer and

horse-dealer
Williams, Richard, of Bath, tailor.

COUNTRY.

Shire-hall, Shrewsbury, 14th Nov. at

keeper Kemp, John Eley, of the Grange, Worth, Sus

sex, farmer Orpin, Charles, of Upper Thornhaugh-street,

Tottenham-court-road, grocer and cheesemonger, last of Portland-place, New-road, painter and glazier

eleren.

Bayley, Thomas, of Preston-Brockhurst, last of

Edgerley, Shropshire, farmer
Hammonds, Thomas, of Clunton, Salop, farmer,

last of Shrewsbury, victualler.

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A Messenger has arrived at the Fo. St. Paul's Cathedral will, through reign Office from the Duke of Welling- the whole of the ensuing winter, be ton, his Majesty's Representative at brilliantly illuminated with gas-lights, the Congress at Verona; but the par- whenever it shall be necessary, during ticulars have not trauspired. Letters divine service. The candlesticks and from Vienna state that the Emperor chandeliers, by the help of which it Alexander will return to his domi. has been hitherto partially lighted up, nious sooner than was expected. He have been suffered to remain in case has already caused it to be announced of accidents, but no use is otherwise at Petersburgh, that he expects to ar- intended to be made of them. The rive there in a mouth at the farthest, pipes have been some time since laid having renounced the intention of tra- down, and traversing the cript, ascend velling to Rome and Naples.

into the choir and body of the church Lord Liverpool and the Chancellor where they are concealed by passing of the Exchequer have determined to through the centre of eight elegant submit to Parliament, as one of their pillars of gilt brass, the summits of first measures of Finance, a plan for con- which are each furnished with three verting the old four per cent annuities large burners. Four more pillars of a into three and a half per cent. The similar description, but of greater magresult of a similar operation with re- nitude, adorn the railing in front of spect to the fives, last year, occasions the altar ; and by the brilliancy of the tbis experiment.

light they will afford, supersede the It is reported that the present in- necessity of continuing the pair of tall tention of Ministers is to defer the wax tapers which hitherto have stood meeting of Parliament until February, upon the altar. unless some unexpected occurrence NORTHUMBERLAND HOUSE, Strand. should in the mean time occasion a -The repairs and improvements are change in their determination.

all expected to be completed ere Lord Amherst is appointed Gover. Christmas-day. The workmen have nor-General of India.

been obliged to under-pin the whole A grand mews is building at Pimlico of the edifice. The grand marble in the room of those at Charing-cross, staircase is completed; next to that most of which, owing to the new of Chesterfield House, it will be the street that is to face St. Martin's church, finest thing of the kind in London. being obliged to be pulled down. It The upholders are expected to comcommences at the stables known by plete the interior decoration by the the name of the Duke of York's, and 24th of March; and in the month of will proceed considerably higher than May a grand fête is expected to be the Riding-house, which is to come given. His Grace is also making down. The termination of the pew great improvements at Aluwick Castle. mews will be very close to the palace Sion is finished. at Pimlicp. A great space of the gar- English newspapers may now be den is required for it.

sent to ladia at an expense of only one penny, paid at any post-office in in 1821, 17,000 gallons; and the prethe kingdom.

sent year less than 7,000 gallons. The Greenland, Fishery has not It is an extraordinary fact, that the been so unproductive as this season ship, Sir Godfrey Webster, is on the for many years. In 1820 the quantity point of sailing for Bengal, with a of oil produced was 20,000 gallons; cargo of Newcastle coal!

BIRTHS.

SONS.

The Duchess of Newcastle, at Clumber
Lady Boughey, at Aqualate Hall
Lady A. Wardlaw, in George-sq. Edinburgh
The Lady of Alex. Monro, Esq. at Dr. Monro's,

Bushy, Herts
The Lady of J. W. Spicer. Esq. Hanover-sq.
The Lady of C. Richmond, Esq. Doughty-st.
The Lady of W. Lynch, Esq. Gloucester-place,

Portman-square The Lady of the Rev. H. Bennett, Cadbury,

Somersetshire The Lady of Lieut. Col. H. F. Cavendish, at

Chiswick The Lady of Mr. Hebert, Arundle-st. Strand The Countess of Longford, Rutland-sq. Dublin The Lady of R. T. Hawley, Esq. at Upton

Gray, Hants The Lady of Keith Douglas, Esq. Cavendish

square The Lady of J. H. Butterworth, Esq. Clapham

common The Lady of J. Stephen, jun. Esq. Chapel-st.

Grosvenor-place The Lady of the Rev. Dr. Philpotts, Newcastle

Stanhop The Lady of Sir A. Chichester, Youlston, De

von of a son and heir The Lady of Major Genl. Sir J. Lyon, K. C. B. The Lady of Lieut. Col. Tufnell, Larkham

house, Wilts

DAUGHTERS.

The Lady of Col. Ross, Albany-barracks, Isle

of Wight The Lady of W. Stuart, Esq. M. P. Hill-street The Lady of J. C. Worthington, Esq. Newstone,

Tunbridge Wells The Lady of A. Lavile, Esq. Oaklands, Devon The Lady of W. Friend, Esq. Stoke-newington The Lady of H. Russell, Esq. Sutton-park,

Bedfordshire The Lady of Lieut. Col. Hogg, East India Com

pany's Service The Lady of T, Welsh, Esq. Upper Cadogan.

place The Lady of E. Boghurst. Esq. Scarbro' The Lady of Sir D. Erskine, Conway, North

Wales Lady Paget, Fair Oak Lodge, near Petersfield "The Lady of Sir J. Fellowes, Adbury-house,

Hampshire The Lady of J. Bishop, Esq. Woburn-place,

Russell-square The Lady of W. Holmes, Esq. Brookfield, near

Arundle

The Lady

of the Rev. R. Salkeld, Fontwell-rec. tory, Dorset The Lady of E. Colston, Esq. Shepton-mallet The Lady of J. Nethercoat, Esq. Haslebeech,

Northamptonshire The Lady of Major Denshire, Upper Cadogan

place The Lady of Major Burrowes, Benarth, Car.

narvonshire The Lady of the Rev. E. P. Bossier, Chelten

ham The Lady of Lieut. Col. Youngson, Bowscar,

Cumberland The Lady of the Rev. Dr. Booker, Dudley Lady Glammis, Paulswalden, Herts, son and

heir The Countess of Minto, Minto-house, Rox.

burghshire Lady

W. Somerset, Ridge, 'near Sudbury The Lady of J. H. Whitmore, Esq. Rome-cot

tage, Monmouth The Lady of T. Wenham, Esq. Brompton-row The Lady of I. Petty Muspratt, Esq. Dulwich The Lady of T. Abbott, Esq. Mornington-cres:

cent, Camden-town The Lady of the Rev. E. Barber, Worlingworth

Suffolk
The Lady of Alex. Gordon, Esq. Clapham

The Lady of J. Cotton Worthington, Esq.

Newston, Tunbridge Wells The Lady of R. Ballard Johnstone, Esq. Pro

vender, near Faversham The Lady of J, Woodford, Esq. Devonshire-st.

Portland-place The Lady of E. Smith, Esq. Gordon-house

Kentish-town The Lady of E. Korster, near Windsor The Lady of Col. Woodford, Coldstream-guards The Lady of Capt. James A. Murray, R.N. The Lady of Henry Davis, Esq. Mecklenburgh

square Lady Elizabeth Toileniache, Englefield-green Lady Augusta Fitzclarence, Kent-house,

Knightsbridge The Lady of J. S. Jessopp, Esq. Albury-place,

Cheshunt
The Lady of the Rev, W. Roy, Chaplain at

Madras
The Lady of Mr, T. Bugden, Walworth

MARRIAGES Ainsworth, Jesse, jun, esq. Wicken-hall, to

Austin, John, esq. Clapton, to Lees, Miss Hannah, Oldham

Hobson, Miss Ellen, Markfield Allen, Capt. J. R.N. Christchurch, Surrey, to Burrington, G. esq. East Dulwich, Surrey, to Shirley, Miss Mary

Packer, Miss Elizabeth Treby Alington, Rev. J. Little Barford, Beds. to Bruen, Col. M.P. Oak-park, to Plumer, Miss Eliza, Canons, Herts

Kavannah, Miss Ann, Borris Adams, Capt. C.R.N. Minto-house, N.B, to Barlec, Rev. William, Barham, Norfolk, to Brydone, Miss Elizabeth

Lee, Miss Margaret, Dickleburgh, Norfolk Allan, Mr. Charles Stuart, Hay, to

Bartlett, Rev. John, Buckingham, to Gardner, Mrs, widow of Major Gardner

Reynolds, Miss; Bankhouse, Salop

Bingham, Mr. John Courcher, Hull, to

Jefferson, Miss Alathea, Hull Bieknell, Henry, esq. to

Tabor, Miss Eliza, Walcot-place, Lambeth Brotherton, Mr. W. Salter Lane, Leyland, to

Taylor, Miss Ellen, Chorley Browne, Lieut. -Col. 23d Foot, to

Gray, Miss Louisa Anne, Durham Brenton, Sir Jahleel, Fetcham, to

Brenton, Miss Harriet, Halifax, Nova Scotia Bradley, Rev. W. Prebendary of Wells, to

Barker, Miss Frances Maria, Barbadoes
Bourne, C. esq. Cranbrook, to

Cook, Miss Mary
Bruckshaw, Joshua, esq. Bredbury, to

Prescott, Miss Susannah, Stockport
Boery, Rev. W. Crawley, Flaxley Abbey, to

Crawley, Miss C. Stowe, Northamptonshire Barnard, Mr. E, jun. Paternoster-row, to

Chater, Miss Caroline, Cornhill Banks, T. Christopher, esq. Bank Newton, to

Weston, Miss Harriett, Wilsley, Kent Cave, T. es 1. Yeovil, to

Templeman, Miss Mary, Buckland-street Campbell, F. Gardner, esq. Troup, Banffshire, to

Duff, Miss Maria, Carnousie, Banffshire Clay, Wm. jun. esq. Russell-square, to

Dickason, Miss H. Montagu-st. Russell-sq. Crawford, Matthew, esq. Middle Temple, to

Montagu, Miss Louisa M. Lackham-house Coombs, Mr. Henry, Frome, to

Payne, Miss Eliza, Frome
Coombs, Mr. James, Frome, to

Payne, Miss Sarah, Frome
Cook, Samuel Green, esq. Colchester, to

Linton, Miss Eleanor Maria, Fotheringhay Cook, Saml. Alie-st. Goodman's-fields, to

Packer, Miss Elizabeth, Caliper's-hall, Herts. Donald, Capt. J. Whitehall, near Glasgow, to,

Grahame, Miss Ann, Whitehall Durant, Rev. Thomas, Poole, to

Chandler, Miss Mary, London Digby, Benjamin, Esq. Mountjoy-sq. Dublin, to

Inglis, Miss Sophia, Auchindinny Davidson, Capt. Henry, in Cardiganshire, to

Morris, Miss Jane, Carmarthen Dickinson, A. esq. to

Allen, Miss Eliza, Lewisham, Kent
Dunford, George A. esq. 19th Foot, to

Darby, Miss Emily Jane
Dando, Mr. John Jones, Bucklesbury, to

Cunningham, Miss Lydia, Bedford New-road Eastham, Rev. F. Chester, to

Ward, Miss Jane, Chester Elgood, Mr. John Gerrard, Wimpole-street, to

Luff, Miss Alice Simpkin, Long-acre Forbes, Capt, Henry, R.N. to

Home, Miss, danghter of Sir E. Home
Fallowfield, Rey.J. Oldham, to

Gordon, Miss, ditto
Fell, Wm. Watling-street, to

Young, Miss, Great Surrey-street
Gramshaw, Capt. R. of the Bengal Artillery, to

Bunn, Miss Sophia Green, Rev. Thos. Fordham, Graveley Herts, to

Lee, Miss Mary, Dickleburgh Grellier, Mr. P, J. Wormwood-street, to

Goodall, Miss Margaret, Burton Latimer Gordon, Dr. Theodore, St. George's, to

Barclay, Miss Elizabeth Bruce Gregory, Mr. John, Lambeth, to

Herries, Miss E. Acton-place, Kingsland-rd. Girardot, Capt. C. A. Coldstream Guards. to

Colnette, Miss Margaret C. Waltham Abbey Homfray, W. King's Hill, Monmouthshire, to

Thompson, Miss Eliza Lee, Chichester Harrington, Mr. Henry, to

Wright, Miss E. Grenville-st. Russell-square Holland, Henry, M.D. LO Brook-street, to

Caldwell, Miss M. E. Linley Wood Staffords. Hillier, Henry Bentick Curry, esq. Rochester; to

Lacey, Miss Ann
Henderson, Thos. esq. Long Burgh, to

Wilson, Mrs. Doughty-street
Haydon, Mr. Edward, Islington, to
Davies, Miss Maria Jane. Hackney

Eur. Mag. Vol. 83.

Hutton, Mr. Thos. Cheapside, to

Morris, Miss Elizabeth, East Grinstead
Hicks, Francis, esq. Bartlett's-buildings, to

Owen, Mrs.
Jones, Rev. Charles, Pakenham, to

Quayle, Miss Mary, Bartonmere
Kain, Joseph, esq. to

Friend, Mrs. Clapham
Kenrick, Rev. G. Larkbear, near Exeter, to

Bowring, Miss Margaret
Kenrick, Mr. Samuel, West Bromwich, to

Kenrick, Miss Marianne
Lester, T. Y. esq. at Dumbarton Castle, to'

Ferrier, Miss Mary
Lynes, Rev. J. Elmley Lovett, Worcestersh. to

Wynne, Miss C.S. Garthmeillo, Derbyshire Liverpool, the Earl of, Hampton-ct. palace, tu

Chester, Miss Mary
Lindsay, Mr. T. Dalby-terrace, City-road, to

Short, Miss, Frederick-place, Hampstead-rd. Lester, Thos. Young, esq. Royal Fusileers, to

Ferrier, Miss Mary, Dumbarton Castle
Littlewood, John, jun. Mr. Walworth, to

Perkins, Miss Louisa
Langton, Mr. Henry, Maidenhead, Bucks, to

Stephenson, Miss M. William-st. Blackfriars Monk, Rev. J.H. D.D. Dean of Peterboro' to

Hughes, Miss Jane, Nuncaton, Warwickshire Mahon, Demis. esq. Norwich, to

Henrietta, daughter of the Bp. of Norwich Memons,J.esq. Greenock Douglas, I. of Man, to

Mills, Miss Catherine Ann Mandeville, Viscount, St. James's, to

Sparrow, Miss, daughter of Lady 0. Sparrow Marson, T. F.esq, Newington, to

Buckle. Miss Mary Ann, Mark-lane Marman, Capt. John Sidmouth, Devon, to

Wilkins, Miss Elizabeth, Spitalfields
McMillan, Donald, esq. Lepaenstrath, to

Campbell, Miss Anne, Kintyre
Mickle, Capt. Wm. 88th Foot, Dublin, to

O'Dwyer, Miss Catherine Louisa, Dublin
Medley, George, esq. Kennington, to

Rich, Miss Elizabeth, Milton-next Gravesend Murray, A. esq. Gt. Russell-st. Bloomsbury, to

Smith, Miss Ann, Aberdeen
Moyston, R. J. esq. Calcot-ball, Flintshire, to

Thomas, Miss A. Church Leigh, Staffordshire Morphew, Mr. John, East India Service, to

Cullen, Miss Susanna Nokes, Mr. J. Woolwich, to

Haden, Mrs. Rosa, Dumfries
Powell, J. G. esq. Cambridge, to

Kellam, Miss Frances
Parker, Rev, John, South Petherton, to

Trenchard, Miss, Taunton
Parry, Rev. Frederick, Eastham, to

Ward, Miss Jane, Chester
Pusey, Philip, esq. Pusey, Burks, to

Herbert, Lady Emily
Potter, Mr. Cipriani, Mary-le-bone, to

Thompson, Miss
Prince, John, esg. Pentonville, to

Smith, Miss C. Whitecross-st. Cripplegate
Robinson, T. H. esq. Bury St. Edmunds, to

Hutchinson, Miss S. Lower Clapton Rolle, Right Hon. Lord, Huish, Devonshire, to

the Hon. L. Trefusis, sister to Lord Clinton Ripley, Wm. esq. Liverpool, to

Parr, Miss Isabella, Fir Grove, Lancashire Rigby, Wm. esq. Hawarden, Flintshire, to

Thomas, Miss Frances, Chester
Russell, Mr. J. Lant-street and Nelson-sq. to

Hoby, Miss, St. James's-street
Row, Capt. T. Meragissey, Cornwall, to

M'Adam, Miss H. St. George's in the East
Rawsthorne, W. H. esq. Doncaster, to

Johnstone, Miss Eliza, Burr-st, Tower-hill Spedding, Mr. J. Penrith, at Gretna-green, to

Burton, Miss Eleanor
Spurway, Rev. John, Barnstaple, to

Hole, Miss Elizabeth, Georgeham
Skeggs, John, esq. Farnborough, Kent, to

Morgan, Miss Mary, Crofton Hall Temple, Mr. George, Guildhall, to

Weatherley, Miss Maria, Poultry

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