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by the Rev. T. W. Barlow, Prebendary of 13. At Walthamstow, Thomas Charlton Bristol, the Rev. Andrew Bowlt, of Bam Speer, M.D. of Bath, to Catharine, eldest borough, Northumberland, to Miss Cathe daughter of Thomas Templeman, Esq. of rine Sharp, of Clare Hall, Middlesex, only Whips Cross. daughter and sole heiress of the late James 14. Charles Scott Stokes, Esq. of Basing. Sharp, Esq. of Leadenball-street, London, hall-street, to Miss Emma Jeokins of Beachand great grand-daughter of the most Rev. ley, near Chepstow. John Sharp, some time Archbishop of York, Mr. Jaines Martin Knight, of Graceand niece to the late William and Granville church-street, to Eleanor Heale Burrows, Sharp, Esqrs.
daughter of Mr. James Burrows, surgeon, 9. Charles Snell Chauncy, Esq. of Mem of Bishopsgate-street. den, Herts, to Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel 19. Capt. William Patterson, of the Hon Beale, Esq. of Fitzroy-square.
East India Company's service, to Sarah, 11. At Ware, the Rev. Thomas Pavili, to daughter of the late Thos, Bolton, Esq. of Miss Creasy, both of the same place,
the Temple. - Francis James Adam, Esq. youngest 23. At St. Bride's Church, Mr. William son of the Right Hon, the Lord Chief Com. Thompson Turtle, Surgeon, of Buntingford, missioner Adam, to Mary, daughter of his Herts, to Frances, youngest daughter of alr. Excellency General Poliaratsky.
Bonner, of Fleet-street,
MONTHLY OBITUARY, ATELY, in North Cumberland-street, Mellish, Equerry to the Prince Regent; a
, a Major in his Majesty's 5th regiment of 25. At Ewood Hall, near Halifax, the foot, eommanded by the late Duke of Rev. John Fawcett, D.D., aged 78. Northamberland, aged 68.
Ai Chichester, the Rev. John Moore, Lately, at Oaks, Ospringe, Kent, John M.A., Vicar of the Cathedral, &c. &c. Toker, Esq. aged 71.
In Pulteney.street, Bath, Mrs. Thoon Lately, in Upper Seymour-street, Mrs. son, Lady of George Nesbitt Thomson, of Frances Manners, daughter of the late Lord Gloucester, and of Penton Lodge, Hlants. William Mauners,
She was a near relative of the Right Hon. Lately, at Marseilles, Robert St. John, Nicholas Vapsittart.- Aged 50. Fsq. son of the Right Hoo. Lord Bollin 27. At Lamer, Charles Drake Garrard, broke,
Esq. aged 62. Lately, the Right Rev. John Flynn, Ro. At Heytenbury House, in the 70th man Catholic Bishop of Achonry.
year of his age, Sir W.P.A. à Couri. Lately, in Rutland-street, Dublin, Mrs. 29. At a quarter before nine in the mornE. Bury, aunt to the Earl of Charleville, ing, at Higham Hill, Walthamstow, in the aged 85.
79th year of his age, John Harman, Esq. Lately, at Bath, George Whiteheadl, Esg. 30. In Exeter, William Todd, Esq. forof Weston House, near that city, Mr. White. merly of the South Sea House, aged 75. bead was formerly a banker in London; 31. At Cheltenham, James Steers, Esz. he was also a Member of the Society of of Bernard-street, Russell-square. Friends.
In Upper Brook-street, Benjamin Lately, at Boston, the Rev. Samuel Par. Hall, of Hepsol Castle, Esq. M.P. for the tridge, M.A. F.A.S., Vicar of that parish county of Glamorgan. upwards of 32 years.
Aug. 1. At St. Catharine's, near Dublin, Lately, at Morant Bay, Jamaica, Mr. the Right Hon. David Latouche, many years Hill, the once celebrated singer at Covent one of his Majesty's Privy Council, and Garden, and other Metropolitan Theatres. : for forty years a Member of the Parlia
July 17. Robert Crowe, senior, Esq.; in' ment of Ireland. He was the senior part1797, Mr. Crowe went into Parliament for ner in the great banking house of Latouche the Borough of Philipstone, under the pa and Co., Dublin, long celebrated in every tronage of an exalted Nobleman : but find part of the British Empire for probity, hoing his palren an advocate for the Union, nour, and solidity.--Aged 88. be vacated his seat,
At Ditton Common, Surrey, Samuel 19, lo Charles-street, Bath, Jobo Palmer, Johnson, Esq. in the 70th year of his uge, Esq. many years city architect and surveyor, and in the 53d of the service of the East aged 78.
India Company; 33 of which he filled the 24. In East-street, Red Lion-square, Mr. oflice of Examiner of Indian Corresponda Alexander M.Lauris, Commander of the ence with ability and integrity, equalled shup Tobago.
only by his modest worth. At Hodsack Priory, Lieutenant-Col. A1 Rudary-building, Kent road, Alex.
ander Murray Shields, Esq. of Lloyd's Cof - Downing, Rector of that place, and fee flouse, aged 69.
perpetual Curate of Nonington, Keof. At Newington, Mr. T.J. Sterrey, aged 13. On the Parades Walk, Bath, Wu, 48.who was knocked down about two months Gray, Esq. banker, of Crewkerne, and sioce in Blackfriars-road by some person formerly a Major in the Crewkerne Voluo. unknown, by which accident his leg was so teers, seyerely fractured as to occasion his death. In Hanover-square, Harry Darby, Esq. Arcbibald Paxtoo, Esq. of Bucking
aged 74. ham-street, York-buildings; and Watford. 14 In Upper Grosvenor-street, John Cle. place, Herts ; aged 80.
ments, Esq. aged 86. 3. At Knockbarn, Kirkhall, Mr. Jobo 15. Benjamin Cherry, Esq. solicitor, and Fraser, aged 102.
21 years Town Clerk of the Borough of 4. At Wandsworth, Mrs. Philippa Gee, Heriford. daughter of the late Richard Gee, Esq. of In Southampton-street, BloomsbaryOrpinglon, Kent.
square, William Huson, Esq. aged 73. 8. The Right Hon. Henri Benedict Jules In Oxford-street, Major-geveral Str de Betizy, Lord Bishop of Uzes, in France, Montague R. Burgoyne, Bart.of Sutton Park, aged 73.
in the county of Bedfordshire, after a lovg 12. At Qainton, Bucks, the Reverend and painful illness.
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WITH THE ATTORNIES' NAMES,
Extracted from the London Gazette.
London Altornies' Names are between Brackets.
BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. BROOKE, JOHN, Brakenborough, Wiltshire, dealer, GARDNER, THOS. CHRIS. Brentford, iron-monAug. 2.
ger, dug. 9. BRISTOW, JOHN, Cholsey, Berks, shop-keeper, HUGHES, E. E. Red-lion-sq. merchant, Aug. 16. dus. 9.
MASON, PAUL, New-mill, Derbyshire, grocer, COOPER, HENRY, Portsea, Southampton, print. Aur. 2. seller, Aug. 10.
NORRIS, PHILIP and Co. Liverpool, merchants, FEARD, RICH. Westoe, Denham, ship-owner, Aug. 13. Aug. 2.
STORY, THOS. South Blyth, Northumberland, FISHER, WM. Union-pl. Lambeth, Surrey, mer master mariner, Aug. 9. chaut, Aug. 16.
WEST, GEO, Kingston-upon-hull, draper, Aug 9.
BANKRUPTS. ABRAHAMS, MICH. Minories, merchant, Sept. 9. monger, Sept. 19.(Coombs, Lambeth-road.) Aug, l. (Abraham, Jewryast. Aldgate.) July 29.
BATE, WILL. Birmingham, victualler, Sept. 13, ASH MEAD, THOS. Bristol, haberdasher, Sept. 30. Royal, Birmingham. [Clarke and Co. Chancerys
Ruminer, Brissol. (Walker, Bristol; and Adlington la) Aug. 2. and Co. Bedford row.] Aug. 19.
BYERS, ANN and Co. South-shields, Durham; and BUSST, JOHN, Aston, near Birmingham, Warwick, Mile end, slip-owners, Sept. 23. (Lang, America. gum-barrel maker, Sept. 6, Royal, Birmingham. $) Aug. 19. (Maudsley, Birmingham; and Punton, Wine BEAL, GEO. King's-armg.chambers, merchant, ottice co. Temple. ) July 26.
Sent. 9, and 30. (Hull, Staple.inn.) Aug 19. BEAVAN, LAWRENCE CREW, Clifton, Glouces. BEST, JOS. Birmingham, pochet-book-maher, Sept. ter, baker, Sept. 6, Commercial-rooins, Bristol. 6, 8, and 30. Royal, Birmingham (Egerton and (Mereditli, Bristol, and Price and Co. Lincolo's Co. Gray's-inn-sq.; and Spurrier and Co. Birming, inn.) July 86.
ham) dug. 19. BIDDLE, JOS. Birmingham, factor, Sept. o, Wool. COLE, JAS. Plymouth, Devon, tope-maker, Sept.
combe, Moor-st. Birmingham. (Webb, Union st. 6, King's-arms, Plymoutis. (leach and Co. Ply. Birminglum; and Wmnule, John-st. Bedford-row.)
and Jakinson, Middie-zeinple.] July 9.
. BOARNE, JOHN, London road, Southwark, cheese. COTIELL, JAS. Duncombe-mi!!, Wiltshire, paper
maker, Sept. 2o, Full-moon, Bath. Hodgson, Bath; and Highmoor, Scots-yard, Bush-la.]
A. 9. COULTER, JOHN, Chatham, carpenter, Sept. 6,
and Oct. 4. (Lamprey, Maidstone; and Jones, Millman-st. Bediord.row.) Aug. 99. DRUITT, GUSTAVUS RICHARD, Winchester, linen.draper, Sept. 6, George, Winchester. (Godwin, Winchester; and Emly, Essex.co. Temple.)
July 26. Davis, CHAS. Southampton.row, Bloomsbury: cabinet.maker, Sept. 16. [Poole, Adams-co. old
Broad-st.] Aug. 5. DAY, WM. Providence-buildings, New Kent-road,
plumber, Sept. 16. (Marson, Newington-butts, Surrey.) Aug. 5. DOWSETT, SAN. Stewart-st. Spitalfields, silkman,
Sept, 20. (Sweet and Co. Basinghall-st.) Aug.9. DIGGLES, GEO. Newman-st. Oxford-st. money
scrivener, Sept. 20. [Barrett and Co. Gray's inn.) DAMAN, THOS. Tiddington, Middlesex, farmer,
Sept. 83. (Rose, Percy-st. Bedford-sq.) Aug. DONALD, JONATHAN, Abbott-lodge, Westmor.
land, catile-dealer, Sept. 1, 9, and 29, Grey-roat, Carlisle. (Pearson, Carlisle; and Birkilt, Cloak:
la.) Aug. 18. DAMAN, THOS. Teddington, Middlesex, farmer,
Sept. 23. (Koce, Percy-st. Bedford-s1.] Aug. 19. ELLIOTT, GEO. Woodchurch, Kent, butches, sept.
9. (Reilley, Clementis.inn.) July 29. ELTONHEAD, JORN, Liverpool, spirit-merchant,
Sept. 16, George, Liverpool. (Grittith and Co.
Liverponl.) A . PKY, EDM. Hound dirch, apholsterer, Sept. 30.
(Wilks, Finsbury.place. Finsbury-sq.) Anm. 19. FENNELL, THOS. and Co. Jewry.st. Aldgate,
soap-manufacturers, Sept. 6. (Lewis and Co.
Prince's-st. Bodford row.) July 6. FARRELL, CORNELIUS, Gosport house, linen.
draper, Sept. 6, India-arms, Gosport. (Minchin and Co. Gosport; and Briggs and Co. Essex-si,
Strand.) July 26. FRISBY, RICH, Leicester, horse-dealer, Sept. 20, stag and Pheasant, Leicester. (Pilkinton, Leices.
ter; and Makinson, Middle.temple.] Aug. 9. FREWING, JAS. Blackwater, Surrey, grocer, Sept.
20, at Mr. R. Bartham's, Oxford. (Walsh, Ox. ford; and Pownall, Staples.inn.) Ång. 9. FUSTAIN, WM. Liverpool, wholesale grocer, Sept.
23, George, Liverpool. (Rosson and Co. Liver.
pool; and Clarke and Co. Chancery-la ) Aug. 12. GRIFFITHS, WM. Beauinaria, Anglesea, currier,
Sept. 9, White-lion, Chester. Finchett, Chester;
and Philpot and Co. Hure.co. Temple.) yuly 29. GREEN, WM. Lloyd's Coffee-house, underwriter,
Sept. 9. (Lindsay, St. Thomas-st. Southwark.]
July 29. GOODIE. JOHN, Liverpool, ash manufacturer,
Sept. 13, George, Liverpool. [Blackstock and Co.
Teople.1 Aug 9. GOM PERTZ, HENRY, North-end, Hampstead,
inerchant, Sept. 13. (Sabine and Co. Carmarthen-st. Bedford. q.) Ang. 2. GLASSON ROB. Graisbeck, Cumberland, dealer in
butter, Sept. 1, and Oct. 4, New.crown, Penrith, Harrison, Penrith; and Addison, Staple's inn. Auz. 23. HOSEASON, WM. Jamaica, merchant, Sept. 6.
Paterson, Old Broad.st.) July 26. HOLT, JOHN, I awrence, Manchester, dealer, Sept.
1. White-bear, Manchester. [Ellis, Chancery
la1 Aug. 2. FANNUM, EDW. Threadneedle-st. ship-broker,
Sept. 16. (Reardon and Co. Corbet-co. Grace
cln:ch.st.1 Aug. 5. HUMPHREYS, SAM. Charlotte.st. Portland-place,
merchant, Sepi. 90. (Knight and Co. Basing-hall.
st. Aug. 9. HISCOCE, EDW. Abingdon, Berks, woollen-draper,
Sept. 23. New, Abingdon. (Morland, Abingdon; and Blagrare and Co. Symond's-inn.) Aug. 12. HAZEL, GEO. Salford, somerset, victualler, Sept. 23, Angel, Bath. (Gaby and Co. Batlı: and
Adlington and Co. Bedford row ) Aug. 19. HANBURY, CHAS. Shoreditch, distiller, Sept. 87.
(Walter and Co. Girdlers.hall, Basinghall-st.)
Aaz. 15. AAN BURY, WM. Shoreditch, distiller, Sept. 27.
(Walter and Co. Girdler's hall, Basinghall-st.] HAYNES, MATTHEW SAM. St. Mary-axe, dealer
in wine, Sept. 9, and Oct. 4. (Griffiths, Clement's.
la. Lombard-st. Aug. 23. JOHNSON, THós. Billy.mill, Northumberland,
miller, Sept. 2, and 27, George, Newcastle upon. Tyne. (Reymour, Newoastle-upon-Tyne; 'and
Bell and Co. Cheapside.] Aug. 16. KEARNEY, PATRICK, Manchester, tailor, Sept.
20, Dog, Manchester. (Clave and Co. Manchester; and Adlington and Co. Bedford-row.) Aug. LYNCH, PATRICK, Liverpool, woollen-draper,
Sept. 5, George, Dale-st. Liverpool. [Phillips, Liverpool; and Windie, John-si. Bedford-row.) July 29. LEE,'WM. Church-st. Rotherhithe, ship-chandler,
Sept. 9. [Ingold, Jamaica row, Bermondsey.)
July 29. LAKEMAN, DAVID HICKLEY, Liverpool, mer
chant, Sept. 20, York, Liverpnol. (Whitley, Li. verpool; and Windle, John-st. Bedford-row.) Aug... LEWARN, WM. Taunton, Somerset, carpenter,
Sept. 9, und 93, Lamb, Bridgwater. (Boys, Bridge water; and Blake, Cook's-co. Carey.st. Aug. 19. LINDEK, ROBT. Hart-sl. Crutched.friars, ship
broker, Sept. 23. (Hackett, New.co. Crutched. friars.) Aug. 12. LEWIS, EDW. Slanbester, Radnorshire, farmer,
Sept. 5, 6, and Oct. 4, Duke's arms, Knighton. (Meredith, Knighton: and Meredith, Lincoln's. inn.) Aug. 29. MANŃ, Jos. Sen. Templesowerby, Westmorland,
tanner, Sept. 13, New.crown, Penrith. (Lowden,
Clement's-inn.) Aug. l. MOSLEY, JOHN OSBORNE, and Co. Sidmouth-pl.
Gray's-inn-lane, inannfacturers of toys, Sept. is.
(Abbott, Mark-la.) Aug. 23. MANN, JACOB HUNNAFORD, Aveton, Gifforda
Devon, cider.merchants, Sept. 16. (Robert, Greystoke-pl. Fetterla.). Aug. 5. MITCHELL, JOHN, East.st. Timbury.market,
brewer. Sept. 16. (Clarke, Bishopsgate-st. With
in.) Aug. 5. MEACOCK, BOBT. Liverpool, ship.chandler, Sept.
16, George, Liverpool. (Crump and Co. Liverpool; and Bative, Chancery-la.) Aug. 5. MORGAN, JOHN, Taunton, linen-draper, Sept. 20.
White-lion, Bristol. Clarke, Bristol; and Jen
kins and Co. New.i Aug. 9. MYCOCK, HENRY, Manchester, shop-keeper,
Sept. 23, D.g, Manchester, (Clarke, Manches
ter; and Milne and Co. Temple.] Aug. 12. MEREWEATHER, W 11. Aborfield, Berkshire, tim.
ber-merchant, Sept. 29 and 30, Pelican, Speen. hamland. (Welford, Marlborough ; and Phillips, Sise-la.] Aug. 19. MAYOR, JACOB, Camomile-st. merchant, Sent.
16, and Oct. 4. (Avison and Co. Casile-st. Hol.
horn. 1 Aug. 28. NORTHALL,' WM. KNIGHT, Woolverhampton, school-master, Sept. 17, 19, and 20. (Griffiths, Bromley, Salop; and Mayhew and Co. Chancery
la.] Aug. 9. NICHOLLS, THOS. and Co. Birmingham, leather
sellers, Sept. 16, 17, and Oct. 4, Littleton-arms, Penkridge. [Forster, Walsall; and Swaine and
Co. Frederick's-pl. Old Jewry.) Aug. 23. PARDOW, GEO. Coughton, Warwick, needle
maker, Sept 6, Angel. Alceston. (Cheek, Evesham, Worcester; and Boustield, Bouverie-st.
Fleet-st ) July 2. PARKER, WM. Hawkesclough, Halifax, merchant,
Sept. 13, Dog, Manchester. (Ellis, Chancery-la.]
Aug. 93. PHILLIPS, HENRY, Carey-st. Chancery-la. Coffee.
house-keeper, Sept. 20. (Knight and Co. Basing
hall.st.) Aug. 9. PLACKET, THOS. Brearton, Derby. butcher, Sent.
23, Flying.horse, Nottingham. (Enfield and Co.
Nottingham.) Ang. 19. POWELL, RICHMONT), Carlisle, Cumberland,
inn-keeper, Sept. 23, Lion and Lamb, Carlisle. (Saul, Carlisle ; and Clennell, Staple's-inn.)
Aug. 19. PHILLIPS, ALEX. and Co. Salter's-hall-co. mer.
chants, Sept. 23. (Pearce and Co. St. Swithin's
la.) Aug. 10. RICHARDS, SILAS, Liverpool, merchant, Sept. 13,
George, Liverpool. (Low and Co. Southampton
bds. Chancery-la.) Aug. 20. REEVE, THOS. and Co. Bucklersbury, warehouse
men, Sept 20. (Adams, Old Jerry. Aug. 9. ROBERTS, OWEN, Amlwick, Anglesey, shop-keep
er, Sept. 29. George, Liverponl. [Gonnery, Liver. pool; and Chester, Staple's.inn.) Aug. 18,