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Average Price of Corn per Quarter in England and Wales, 1812,
Price of the Quartern Loaf according to the Assize of Bread in London,
NATIONAL DEBT. An Account of the Reduction of the National Debt, from the 1st of Au.
gust, 1786, to the 1st of February, 1812 :
An Account of the Amount of Balances of Sums issued for the Paymen of Dividends due and not demanded, and for the Payment of Lottery Prizes or Benefits, which had not been claimed, and which remained in the hands of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, on the under-mentioned Days, being those next before the Issue, from the Exchequer, of Money for the Payment of Dividends on Account of the National Debt ; for each of the four preceding Quarters respectively(Pursuant to 48 Geo. III. cap. 4.)
1,200,083 16 3 1,072,382 6 5 IN. B.-Advanced to Government pur-) suant to 31 and 48 Geo. III. :
876,739 0 9 876,739 091
SI |Remains in the hands of the Bank - 1 323,344 15 6 1 195,643 5 8
On 10th Oct. 1811., On 4th Jan. 1812.
L. S. d. L. S. d. |Dividends due and not demanded - 1,030,824 2 8 1,011,848 8 4 Lottery Prizes not claimed
100,894 0 0 166,341 0 0
1,131,718 2 8 1,478,189 8 4 V. B.---Advanced to Government pur- }' 876.799 0 9 suant to 31 and 48 Geo. III.
876,739 0 : Si
9 Remains in the hands of the Bank - 254,979 1 11 1 301,450 7 7
BANK OF ENGLAND,
24th Jan, 1812.
WILLM. DAWES, Acct.-General,
LIST OF PATENTS IN 1812.
John Plasket and Samuel Brown, Mr William Good (London) for · for a method of making or manufac• an improvement in valves for various turing of casks and other vessels by purposes. improved machinery.
. Mr Ralph Sutton (Birmingham) Mr Edmund Griffith (Bristol) for for an improved self-acting curtain or an improvement in the manufacture window-blind rack. of soap, for the purpose of washing Mr John Craigie. (Craven-street) with sea water, hard-water, and other for improvements on carriages, by water.
: which friction may be saved, labour Mr James Cuparn (Leicester) for facilitated, and safety obtained. preventing chimneys from smoking. Mr Joseph Baker (Cuckfield, Sus.
Mr Thomas Willes Cooper (Old sex) for kneading dough by means of Street) for an apparatus to be fixed at machinery. the naves of wheels and beds of axle. Mr Thomas Pearsall (Willsbridge, trees of carriages, so as to prevent ac. Gloucester) for a method of concidents from the axletrees breaking, structing iron-work for certain parts &c.
of buildings. Mr Peter Joseph Brown (Henri Mr William Fothergill (Greenetta-street) for an improved construc- field, Flintshire) for a method of mation of buoys for ships or vessels, and king copper-rollers for printing. for mooring chains.“
Nr John Miers (Strand, London) Mr Joseph Bagnal (Walsal) for a for a method of accelerating evaporamethodof making bridle-bits, snaffles, tion, of destroying the noxious efflu&c. of iron, steel, or other metal. via from spent lees, and of generating
Sir Howard Douglas (High Wy- an increased degree of heat, without comb) for an improved reflecting additional fuel. circle or semi-circle.
Mr John Hudson (Cheapside, Mr Joseph Bastonë ( Bridgewater) London) for a composition for printfor improvements applicable to bed. ing or painting on paper, linen, stucsteads and various other things. coed walls, boards, &c.
Mr Thomas William Sturgeon Mr Jacob Zink (Mile-end) for a (Howland.street) for improved cas. method of manufacturing verdigris. tors.
Mr Richard Withy (Kingston. Sir Saml. Bentham (Hampstead) upon-Hull) for improvements in his for an invention for a secure and eco. invention for the construction of nomical mode of laying foundations steam-engines. applicable to the projections of wharfs Mr George Dodd (Vauxhall-place) and piers into deep water.
for machinery and the application of