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APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

19 Aug.

son, dead

2 July

I. ECCLESIASTICAL. July 22. The Rev. Mr Henderson ordained Minister of the Parish of Carmunnock.

29. The Rev. G. Mackenzie admitted Minister of Skene.

30. The Rev. Alexander Walker presented by the King to the Church and Parish of Elgin.

Aug. 13. Rev. Dr Lee of Canongate appointed Minister of Lady Yester's Parish, Edinburgh.

The Associate Congregation of Original Burghers, Cowan's Yard, Stirling, gave a unanimous call to Mr William Mackray, A.M. to be their Pastor.

14. The Rev. John Kerr presented by his Majesty to the Church and Parish of Polmont.

Rev. Dr David Lamont to be one of his Majesty's Chaplains in Ordinary in Scotland.

Mr James Nicol, A.M. presented to the Church and Parish of Leslie.

16. The Associate Congregation of Kilpatrick gave a unanimous call to Mr William Nicol to be their Pastor.

19. Rev. John Murray elected one of the Minis. ters of Aberdeen.

The Associate Congregation in Potter-row, Edinburgh, gave a call to Mr John Smart of Stirling to be their Minister. Mr Smart had previously a call from the Congregation at St. Andrew's

Street, Leith, which he has preferred. 30. The Rev. Archibald Bennie to be Minister of the West Church, Stirling.

II. MILITARY. Brevet Capt, Ovens, h. p. (employed as Chief

Engineer in New South Wales,) Maj. in the Army

29 July 1821. Capt. Pudner, East-India Company's

Service, and Paymaster of Comp. Depot at Chatham, to have local rank

of Capt. while so employed 22 do. A. Nicoli, late a Serj. 49°F. and Fort

Adj. in Canada, to have rank of Ens. while so employed

5 Aug 4 Dr. Gds. Capt. Chatterton, from 7 Dr. Gds. Maj.

by purch. vice d'Este, prom. 22 July 7

Lieut. Nugent, Capt. by purch. vice
Chatterton, 4 Dr. Gds.

do. Cornet Unett, Lieut,

do. J. Bolton, Cornet Serj. Maj. Hickman, Riding-master, from 15 Dr. Cornet

15 do. 1 Dr. Assist. Surg. Thompson, from 59 F. Surg. vice Tod, dead

5 Aug. Paymaster Wildey, from h. p. 40 .

Paymaster, vice Kerr, exch. 12 do. 7 Lieut. Hill, Capt. by purch. vice Gordon, ret.

29 July Cornet Broadhead, Lieut. A. W. Biggs, Cornet

do. 12

Lieut. Pallisar, Capt. by purch. vice
Craufurd, Cape Corps

do. Ens. England, from 77 F. Lieut. 19 do. 15

Capt. Lane, Major by purch. vice Booth,

ret,
Lieut. Temple, Capt.

do. Cornet Musgrave, Lieut.

do. J. Shelley, Cornet

do. 1 F.

Ens. Williamson, Lieut, vice M'Combie,
African Col. Corps

22 July J. Campbell, Ens.

do. 5 Ens. Hill, Lieute vice M-Kenzie, dead

8 June J. W. King, Ens. 10 2d Lieut. Dayrell, from Rifle Brig. Lieut. by purch. vice Birch, ret.

22 July Major Gordon, from 21 F. Major, vice

Rudsell, h. p. 3 Ceylon Reg. 29 do. 14 W. L. O'Halloran, Ens. vice La Roche, res.

11 Jan. 18 Ens. Latouche, Lieut. by purch. vice

15 July G. H. Peel, Ens.

do. T. C. Graves, Ens vice Young, 20 F.

19 F. Bt. Major Lockyer, Maj. by purch. vice

Broomfield, ret. 22 July 1824 Lieut. Rose, Capt.

do. Ens. Stirling, Líeut.

do. R. F. Poore, Ens.

do. 20 Ens. Young, from 18 F. Lieut viæ Church, dead

12 Aug. 21

2d Lieut. Booth, 1st Lieut. vice Brady, African Col. Corps

15 July Ens. Pentland, from 1 W, I. R. ad Lieut.

do Major M.Laine, from h. p. 3 Ceylon R.

Major vice Gordon, 10 F. 29 do 26 Ens.Babinton, from 18 F. vice Roberts, dead

19 Aug. R. J. E. Rich, Ens.

do. 29 Quart. Mast. Serj. Kneebone, Quart. Mast. vice Mitchell, dead

15 July. 39 Bt. Lieut. Col. Lindesay, Lieut. Collig

purch. vice Sturt, ret. Bt. Maj. Macpherson, Maj.

do. Lieut. Caldicott, Capt. Ens. Leckie, Lieut.

do. G. C. Borough, Ens.

do. 48

Lieut. Marshall, Capt. vice Cuthbert

2d Lieut. Hay, from 54 F. Lieut. da, 51 Lieut. Tyndale, Capt. by purch. vice James Ross, ret.

5 Aug. 53 Lieut. Halcott, from 87 F. Lieut. vice Anstice, h. p. 22 Dr.

29 July 54 C. Warren, Ens. vice Hay, 48 F. 22 do, 60 Serj. Maj. Liddeel, from 7 F. 2d Lieut. and to Act as Adj.

19 Aug 68 W. Smith, Ens. vice Cogan, dead

29 July 71 Ens. Connor, Lieut. vice Coates, dead

19 Aug Ens. Seymour, Ens.

do. 72 Lieut. Murray, from h. p. 24 F. Lieut. vice Rose, exch.

do 73 Maj. Bamford, from 97 F. Maj. vice

Cameron, h. p. York Chass. 19 do 77 J. Lomax, Ens by purch. vice England, 12 Dr.

19 do. 79 Capt. Marshall, Maj. by purch. vice Campbell, prom.

29 July Lieut. Browne, Capt. by purch. vice Marshall, prom,

12 Aug. Ens. Maule, Lieut.

do. T. Crombie, Ens.

de 82 Lieut. Mortimer, Capt. vice Field, dead

9 March Ens. Greene, Lieut.

12 Aug. J. Trollope, Ens.

do 84 Capt. Colomb, fron h. p. 37 F. Capt. vice Tonson, exch.

do. 86 Lieut. Grey, Capt. by purch. vice Hogg, ret.

de Ens, Close, Lieut. P. Le Poer Trench, Ens.

do. 87 Lieut, Mildmay, from h. p. 2 Dr. Lieut. vice Halcott, 53 F.

29 July 88 W. P. Gallway, Ens vice Boyes, ?W.

1. R. 92

Capt. Cameron, from h. p. 79 F. Capt. vice Phelan, exch.

19 Aug. 97 Maj. Paterson, from h. p. York Chass.

Maj. vice Bamford, 75 F. 12 do. 98 Lieut. Goodiff, from h. p. 31 F. Lieut, vice Logan, exch.

da Rifle Brig. W. Lloyd, 2d Lieut. by purch, vice Dayrell, 10 F.

22 July Lieut. Molloy, Capt. vice Skeill, dead

5 Aug 2d Lieut. Maclean, 1st Lieut. do C. Bagot, Page of Honour to the King,

2d Lieut. 1 W. I. R, E. G. EVis, Ens, vice Pentland, 21 F.

15 July. Ensign Spence, Lieut. vice M'Carthy, dead

do. Ensign & Adjut. Curty, rank of Lieut. Ensign Sutherland, Lieut. vice-Dunne,

dead

do.

do.

do.

5 Aug.

12 Aug.

French, prom.

6 Aug.

12 Aug.

22 July

p. 16 F.

2 W. I. R. E. E. Nicolls, Ens. 7 Aug. 1824 Capt. Mahon, from 29 F. with Capt. Hon. J. H. F. W. Watson, Ens.

Cradock, h. p. 3 W. I. R.
Hosp. Assist. Murray, Assist. Surg:

French, from 81 F. with Capt. Scoones, h.
Ensign Boyes, from 88 F. Lieut. do.

p.
29 do.

Hart, from 82 F. with Capt. Brutton, h. p.
Staff Assist. Surg. O'Beirne, Surg. více 75 F.
Ritchie, dead

5 Aug.

Driberg, from 83 F. with Capt. Haggerson, Cape C. Bt. Maj. Craufurd, from 12 Dr. Major Ceylon Reg. Cav.. by purch. vice Somerset, dead do.

Heard, from 87 F. with Capt. Moore, h. p. R. Af. Lieut. Brady, from 21 F. Capt. vice 101 F. Col C. j M.Combie, dead

15 July

Cornet Simpson, from Royal Horse Gds. rec, diff.
D. Turner, Ens. vice O'Meara, dead do. with Ensign Lord Russell, h. p. 48 F.
Capt. De Barrallier, from h. p. 32 F. Ensign Thompson, from 8 F. rec. diff with Ens.
Capt. vice Baynes, exch.

12 Aug.

Byron, h. p. 42 F. Vet. C. Capt. Mackenzie, from h. p. York Light

Bennet, from 68 F. with Ens. Bernard, h. Newf.} Infantry Volunteers, Capt. 25 July 1 Vet. Bn. Ens. Russel, from h. p. 6 F. Ens. (re Quart. Mast. Cockburn, from 17 Dr. with Lieut.

pay the diff. he rec. upon exch. to Nicholson, h. p. 8 Dr.

h. p.) vice Karr, ret. list. 29 do. Surg. Walker, from 32 F. with Surg. Bampfield, 2

Lieut. Gray, from h. p. 6 F. Lieut. vice h. p. Meuron's Regt.
Pope, ret. list

15 do. Assist. Surg. Latham, from 57 F. with Assist. Vet. Co.'s Bt Lieut. Col. Burke, from h. p. Doyle, h. p. 35 F. for Newf.) Dillon's R. Maj.

25 do. Capt. Pilkington, from h. p.

5 F. Capt:

Resignations and Retirements.

Major Gen. Lamont, late of 92 F.
Rudkin, from h. p. 100 F. Capt. Colonel Earl of Granard, Longford Militia.

do.

Major Booth, 15 Dr.
Lieut. Campbell, from h. p. 72 F. Lieut.

Broomfield, 19 F.
do.

Capt. Gordon, 7 Dr.
Croly, from h. p. 81 F. do. do.

James Ross, 51 F.
Daunt, from h. p. 62 F. do. do. Lieut. Birch, 10 F.
Stanley, from h. p. 15 F. do. do. Ensign La La Roche, 14 F.
Dunne, from h. p. 25 F. do. do.
Ingall, from h. p. 70 F. do. do.

Deaths.
Ensign Clarke, from h. p. 50 F. Ensign Major Gen. D. Campbell.

do.

Prevost, from 67 F. Bath 9 Aug. 1824.
Philpot, from h. p. 62 F. do.

Lieut. Col. Warren, 47 F.
Walker, from h. p. 90 F. do.
Major Percival, late of 18 F. Malta

8 May Ashton, late 12 F. Egham

14 Aug Unattached.

Richardson, late 5 Veteran Bn. Amboise, Major Campbell, from 97 F. Lieut. Col. of Inf.

France

24 May by purch, vice Major Gen. Lamont, ret.

Capt. Gell, 1 F. at Chingput, on march for Tri

chinopoly 10 July 1824.

18 Feb.

Rotton, 17 F.
Royal Military College.

Field, 82 F. Mauritius

8 March Yorke, 95 F. Malta

1 July Capt. Clias to be Superintendent of Gymnastic Ex.

Skeil, Rifle Brig. ercises, with rank and pay of Capt. in the

Lumsdain, late Invalids, Invergellie, North Army while so employed 5 Aug. 1824.

Britain

17 Nov. 1823. Garrison.

Thompson, late Garr. Bn. near Birmingham

24 June 1824. Lieut. Col. Belford, of late 3 Vet. Bn. Fort Maj. Allott, late 5 Vet. Bn. Hague Hall, York. of Dartmouth Castle, vice Wright, dead

shire

15 do. 12 Aug. 1824 - J. Wingate Weekes, h. p. Nova Scotia FenStaff

cibles, and Town Adj. of Cape Breton, Cape Breton

23 do Bt. Maj. Cochrane, h. p. 103 F. Inspect. Field Off. Lieut. Roberts, 26 F. Militia, Nova Scotia, with rank of Lieut. Col.

Skelton, 46 F. Belgaum, Madras 10 Feb. in the Army

15 July 1824.

Cottman, 60 F. Barbadoes Capt. Bentley, from late 1 Vet. Bn. Staff Capt. at

Coates, 71 F. Glasgow

28 do. Chatham, vice Dalgetty, ret. list

Dunne, 2 W. I. R. 19 Aug. 1824.

M*Carthy, do.

Hayter, Royal Enginecrs, Colombo
Commissariat Department.

21 March

Wright, Fort Maj. Dartmouth Castle Comm. Clerk, T. Walker, Dep. Assist. Comm.

Sir J. Foulis, Bt. late Invalids, Dublin Gen. 13 July 1824.

3 June T. Stafford, do.

do.

Bailey, h. p. 6 F. Brough, Westmoreland W. Bishop, do. do.

29 do. J. Findlay, do.

do.
Elmore, h. p. 72 F. Secunderabad

15 Dec. 1823. Hospital Staff

Laird, h, p. 86 F. Gateshead, Durham

22 July 1824. Staff Surg. Tully, Dep. Inspect. of Hospitals

Crean, h. p. 1 Gar. Bn. Stream's Town, 22 July 1824. Co. Mayo

11 June Dr. Arthur, from h. p. Physician to the Forces,

Ensign Glass, late 6 Vet. Bn. Musselburgh vice Denecke, h. P: 15 do.

22 July Assist. Surg. Rosser, from h. p. 3 F. Assist. Surg. vice Wharrie, dead

M'Cabe, h. p. Cape Corps, Jersey 21 June 22 do.

Bond, late 5 Royal Vet. Bn. Breewood, Hosp. Assist. Young, Assist. Surg. vice Law, dead

Stafford

17 July 14 Aug.

7 April E. J. Bulteel, Hosp. Assist.

Paymast. Williams, 82 F. Mauritius

Harrison, h. p. 83 F.

Quart. Mast. Murray, h. p. Durham Fenc. Cav. Exchanges.

Feb. Major Macintosh, from 93 F. with Major Bozon,

Surgeon Buchanan, h. p. 9 F. Glasgow 14 Aug. h. p. 81 F.

Staff Assist. Surg. Law, Africa Bt Major Cane, from 65 F. with Capt. Senior, h.

Vet. Surg. Harrison, h. p. York Huss. Teddington

27 May Meacham, from 24 F. with Capt. Stack, Erratum in Last Month's Army List in h. p.88 F.

the List of Retirements. Capt. Phillimore, from Gren. Gds. rec. diff. with Capt. Saunderson, h. p. 81 F.

For Lieut. Leslie, 97 F. read Lieut. Scott, 97 F. VOL. XV.

2 July

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. N.B. The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock forenoon and four o'clock after. noon—The second Observation, in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

Attach.
1824. Ther. Baro.
Wind. Weather. 1824.

Attach.
Ther. Baro.

Wind. Weather.
Ther.

Ther.

Aug. 17{

18{

5

6

24% M.48

57 M. 45 2

A 55

M.11 3

A. 54 M.15 A. 58 M.17 UA.54 M.48 A. 55

M.18 7

A.54

M. 16 8

A. 60
M.50
A.59
M.45
A. 57

M.47 11

A. 58 12

M.45

A. 57 13.

M. 46
A. 57
M.463

A.57 15

M.17

Fair, with
Cble.

M.45 29.362 M.60

Foren. fair, sunshine.

A. 57

Cble. .216 A. 60

aftern.h.rain .732 M.82

Dull, with
W.

M.45 28.999 M.59

Thu.&light
.171 A. 63)
rain aftern.

Cble.
A. 54
.234 A. 59

aft. with hai).
.735 M.60
Rain most

19 Cble.

M.43 29.10. M.60 .732 A. 60

Day dull,

Cble.
part of day.
A. 568 .538 A. 60

but fair. .542 M.63

Ditto.

20 Cble.

M.46 29.586 M.60

Fair foren. ,380 A, 61

Cble.
A. 57
.529 A. 59

show.aftern. .327 M.59

M.46
Showery for
Cble.

21
.570 M.58

Rain for the

NE.
the day.
.378 A. 60

A. 56
.689 A. 58

day.
.555 M.58

E.
Dull, with

22
M.39
.949 M.58

Fair, with .686 A. 58

N.
sh. rain.

A.54
.959 A.62

sunshine, .761 M.58

E.
Dull, but

23
M.10
.950 M.62

Rain for the

SW.
fair, warm.
.601 A. 53

A. 60
.925 A.62

day.
.417 M.62

Sunsh. and
W.

.914 M.61

Fair foren.

Chle.
.576 A. 62
warm.
A.59 .998 A. 61

show.aftern. .302 M.64

Morn. show.
W.

25
M.17 30.241 M.62

Cble.

Day fair, .410 A. 63 day fair, A.57 .241 A. 59

even. h. fog. .425 M.63 Foren. dull.

M.46 .256 M.02 26

Fair, with .482 A. 62 aftern. sunsh A. 59

foggy even. .416 M.63

Dull and
Cble.

M.47 29.166 M.64

27 .415 A. 62

Fair, warm sunsh. after.

NE.
A. 59 .999 A. 64

sunshine. .531 M.63

Thu. & ligh.
W.

M.41 .988 M.63

28 .431 A. 60

Morn, dull. with hail.

E.
A. 59 .188 A. 62

day fair,sun. .489 M.62

Morn. cold,
W.

29
M.14
.788 M 62

Dull, but

E.
.574 A, 61
day fair.

A. 57
.750 A. 61

fair.
.630 M.62

w.
Day fair,

M.45
.735 M.60

Dull, but fair
.296 A, 63
h.rain night.

.764 A. 59

and warm .177 M.63

Fair, with
W.

M.48

.720 M.60
.186 A, 62
sunshine.

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A. 55

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M.46
A. 56

Ditto.
A.58

.720 A.60 .186 M.62

SW.
230 A, 61

Changeable.
Average of rain 1.998 inches,

AGRICULTURAL REPORT. THE harvest commenced in the lower districts about the 18th of August, but reaping went slowly forward till the 24th, by reason of frequent showers and heavy dews, attended with mist, which seldom cleared up till toward the middle of the day. From the 24th there was little interruption to the operations of harvest, and a considerable breadth of Wheat fields was clear by the end of August. In the higher districts, little was cut down till the commencement of the present month, and two-thirds of the Corn still remain standing. Though the temperature has been unusually mild, the ripening process goes forward slowly; and the inequality of the braird in the early parts of summer is conspicuous, by the crop ripening unevenly. In the Carse of Gowrie, and Vale of Strathearn, where the Wheat and Oats are all cut down, and for the most part secured in the barn-yard, a few solitary patches of late green Barley are still to be seen standing. In the higher parts of Fife, and in some of the Highland glens, Oats still look green, mixed with some early plants, that are totally ripe. As hitherto, there has been no hoar frost. The ears have, in general, filled well. Wheat did not this season occupy the usual breadth, but the quantity is superior, and the produce will balance the deficiency of breadth ; the major part of that valuable species of grain is now secured in good condition. Barley carries a long, well-filled ear, and though mixed with greens, promises a full return. Oats are short and thin, but remarkably well furnished. Beans and Pease are well podded. Potatoes promise a fair return, and Turnips will be more weighty than usual. Upon the whole, it may be stated with fairness, that the crop, in general, is rather above than below an ordinary average.

The favourable appearance of the crop has already produced a fall in price in the Corn Market. Wheat has come down in price of late, and Oats, since the opening of the Ports for that article, are in little demand. Old Wheat only brings from 23s. to 25s., new Wheat a shilling or two less. Oats bring from 17s. to 20s. In Barley there is little doing. The price of Cattle are stationary, and Horses meet with rather brisker sales than at the summer markets.

13th Scptember 1824.

Course of Exchange, London, Sept. 14. -Amsterdam, 12:3. Ditto at sight, 12 : 0. Rotterdam, 12 : 4. Antwerp, 12 : 4. Hamburgh, 37 : 1. Altona, 37: 2. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 30. Bourdeaux, 25 : 60. Frankfort-on-the-Maine, 1534. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 354. Gibraltar, 304. Leghorn, 475. Genoa, 444. Lisbon, 51. Oporto, 51. Rio Janeiro, 47. Dublin, 94-Cork, 94 cent.

Prices of Bullion, y 02.-Foreign Gold in bars, £.3.17.8.-New Doubloons, £.3.15118.--New Dollars, £.4.104.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.—Guernsey or Jersey, 10s. 60.-Cork or Dub. lin, 10s. 6d. a 12s. 60.-Belfast, 10s. 6d. a 12s. 60.-Hambro', 7s. 6d. a 10s. 6d. Madeira, 20s.-Jamaica, 30s.-Hoine 40s. a 50s.-Greenland, out and home, 00 00.

Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from August 18, to Sept. 16, 1824.

Aug. 18. Aug 25. Sept. 1. Sept. 8. Sept. 15.

94 102

941

Bank Stock........
3 + cent. reduced.......
3 + cent. consols..
35 p cent. do................
4 p cent. do.......
Ditto New do.......
India Stock........

237

236 943 941 93;

934

235
944

Bonds....
Exchequer bills, (£. 1000)..
Consols for account..
French 5 cents..............

1011
1013

101s
106)

1053
287 2862
80 82 88
38 139 39 34

93} 93
100 fr.75c. 101 fr.

93 1013 1013 1053

1065

1061

83 40

42 45

87
40

937
(101fr. 25c.

99 fr.

ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTs, announced between the 20th

of July and the 20th of Aug. 1824: extracted from the London Gazette. Andrew, G. Manchester, merchant.

Kershaw, A. Ramsbottom, Lancashire, timberBarker, T. Medbourn, Leicestershire, corn-factor. dealer. Batger, W. Henley-on-Thames, grocer.

Lawton, J. Rob. Cross, Saddleworth, Yorkshire, Battey, W. and E. Stafford, boot-makers.

woolstapler. Bennett, R. Woodford, Essex, blacksmith.

MacGeorge, W. Lower Fore-street, Lambeth, Blackburn, T. Seacombe, Cheshire, tea gardens

brewer. keeper.

Marshall, J. Black-Horse-yard, Gray's-Inn-Lane, Braddock, J. W. Portsmouth, musical instrument box-maker. seller.

Martin, J. Beccles, farmer. Brett, R. Temple-place, Blackfriars'-road, tailor. Matthews, B. Chamber-street, Goodman'--fields, Brookes, R. Oldham, Lancashire, shop-keeper.

liquor-merchant Brown, G. Regent-street, upholsterer.

Mogford, H. Craven-street, Strand, tailor. Brettargh, J. Manchester, merchant.

Moore, N. Wigan, hop and seed-dealer. Chandler, J. Sandwich, corn-factor.

Morgan, W. Llanally, butcher. Chorley, T. Bristol, cordwainer.

Munk, W. Warwick-place, White-Cross-street, Cohen, S. Holywell-st. Shoreditch, linen-draper.

dealer in spruce: Cragg, J. Salmsbury, Lancashire, cotton-spinner. Nichols, F. Otley, Yorkshire, corn-merchant Devey, W. Holland-street, Blackfriars' road, coal Noyce, F. T. Richmond, shoe-maker. merchant.

Phelps, G. R. Martin's-lane, Cannon-street, velun Dewe, B. T. Lechlade, Gloucestershire, mercer binder. and draper.

Pickthull, W. Broughton-in-the-Furness, LadesDubois, C. King-street, Covent Garden, auctioneer, shire, cabinet-naker. Errington, G. & C. D. Nicholls, Croydon, dealers. Place, R. Mountsorrell, victualler. Evans, H. Lower East Smithfield, oil-merchant. Powell, L. Dover, miller. Fawcett, R. and J. Atkinson, Albion-place, Bar Powell, T. Forrest-wharf, Earl-street, Blackfriars, tholomew Close, colour-men.

corn-factor. Grunshaw, G. Blackburn, grocer.

Price, W. late of Fetter-Jane, optician. Hair, J. Scotswood, Northumberland, coal-tar Pulley, H. Bedford, draper. manufacturer.

Ranson, J. Sunderland, currier, Haskew, J. Cock-hill, Stepney, tobacco-manufac Rees, J. Carmarthen, draper. turer.

Sinith, M. Cockermouth, mercer. Hilton, W. Brixton-hill, stage-coach master. Taylor, T. Shad Thames, flour-factor. Harding, R. Bristol, timber-merchant.

Trim, A. Davenham, Cheshire, currier. Hunt, G. Leicester-square, linen-draper.

Tute, B. N. Wakefield, bookseller. Johnson, J. and J. Davies, Ferry-wharf, Vauxhall, Wake, W. J. and T. M. Southwick, Durham, coal-merchants.

ship-builders. Kentish, N. L. St. Michael, near Winchester, Wightwick, J. W. Greenhammerton, Yorkshire, dealer and chapman.

vintner.

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