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ALPHABETICAL List of EngLISH BANKRUPTCIÈs, announced between the 1st and
31st May 1817, extracted from the London Gazette. Adie, F. Armitage, Staffordshire, auctioneer Hatterly, Mary, Doncaster, grocer Arkwright, J. Liverpool, woonen-draper
Jackson, J. Middleton, merchant Arrowsmith, W. Stoke, Staffordshire, earthenware- Johnson, P. Bevis Marks, merchant manufacturer
Jefferson, T. Wigton, C'umberland, draper Astley, F. D. Dunkinfield, Cheshire, dealer Job, J. Ivy Lane. Newgate Strect, London, and Adams, D. Flet Street, London, optician
Langham, H. Horsham, grocer
Longmire, G. Appleby, draper
Lightfoot, R. Carlisle, Cuinberland, iron-merchant Barber, w. St John's Street, London, grocer Lainb, J. Southampton Street, Pentonville, coalBark, R. Northowram, corn-dealer
merchant Barnes, A. Cirencester, linen-draper
Mackenzie, K. C. John's Coffee-house, London, Bradley, M. Huddersfield, ironmonger
merchant Bradshaw, J. Postern Row, London, woollen-draper Mann, B. Bishopsgate Street, London, upholsterer Brennan, J. Berinondsey, fellinonger
Mann, J. jun. Templesowerby, tanner Burford, E. Clapton, merchant
Martin, J. & M. Horbury, carpenters Benson, M. Runcorn, Cheshire, linen-draper Matthewman, J. Queen Street, London, merchant Blamey, D. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, hat-inanufac- Merac, M. L. Old Jewry, London, broker turer
Metcalf, W. Great Drillicid, muchant Boswell, J. F. Liverpool, porter-dealer
Monai, J. Camomi: Street, London, merchant Brewer, S. K. Henrietta Street, London, silk-ma- Morcs, P. Great Pulteney Street, London, grocer nufacturer
Morris, C. & T. Lamberi, Leeds, merchoris Browell, W. & R. Brewster, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Mousley, W. Barton, under Needwood, grocer merchants
Muggeridge, R. Kingit n, corn-merchant Batt, E. Rotherhithe, plumber
Murray, C. Bath, stationer Blanchenay, l. Dover Street, London, merchant Mathews, T. Porchester, miller Brooman, J. Margate, brewer
Napper, E. Frome, surgeon Bower, J. Wilmslow, cotton-spinner
Nattali, O. Nicholas Lane, London, merchant
Nichols, J. Leeds, printer
Oldman, S. Bury, innkeeper
O'Neal, J. Walsall, giocer Chritchlow, W. & j. Harris, jun. Liverpool, mer- Penaluna, W. Helston, printer chants
Pettman, W. Hain, nurseryman Clark, J. Bristol Hotwells, inn-kecper
Pickford, J. Landulph, miller
Pulling, J. Cludleigh, merchant
Reed, W. Fleet Street, London, bookseller
Riddett, P. Ryde, grocer Carruthe s, D. Liverpool, merchant
Roberts, J. Stony Stratford, farmer Davison, W. North Shields, slopseller
Robertson, A. Grosvenor Place, & D. Bolton Row, Doughty, J. Bristol, victualer
London, builders Dowley, T. & J. Willow Street, London, coal-mer. Robinson, W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, lyrewer chants
Rose, T. Bridport, brewer Dowse, W. R. Tooley Street, London, tallow- Sherwood, W. Liverpool, soap-manufacturer chandler
Sharpe, J. W. Old Bond Street, London, paperDuncan, J. London Street, London, merchant hanger Duan, W. Hoxton, wholesale upholder
Sidebotham, L. Whalebridge, victualler
Smith, C. S. Clare Street, London, salesman
Stanley, H. & T. Weston, Lower Thames Strect, Everard, B. H. London, merchant
London, ironmongers Farrington, P. Wood Street, London, silk-manu- Stewardson, J. Southwark, haberdasher facturer
Stinton, P. Bristol, victualler Fereday, S. & Co. Bilston, hankers
Stone, T. Gibraltar Walk, London, cabinet-maker Fleckno, J. D. Daventry, drapers
Swindells, T. & P. Lowe, Manchester, drapers Frecbody, w. Reading, coal-merchant
Syers, W. Liverpool, commission-agent Fosset, T. & W. Mincing Lane, London, merchants Sinithson, W. Woodhouse, miller Fuller, J. Edward Mews, St Mary-le-bone, cabinet- Sykes, J. Currier's Hall Court, London Wall, Lonmaker
don, factor Gover, J. Lower Brook Street, London, wine-mar- Tanner, W. H. Strand, London, umbrella-maker chant
Tetley, M. Leerls, woolstapler Graham, J. Hillhouses, Cumberland, dealer in Till, T. Whitgreave, dealer butter
Tuesley, W. H. High Street, Southwark, iron-merGrant, J. Gracechureh Street, London, umbrella- chant
Turley, P. East Grinsteart, farmer Grellier, J. Poplar, roman-cement-maker
Toft, J. Shepton Mallet, china and glass-seller Griffiths, J. Liverpool, auctioneer
Vaughan, W. Pall Mall, London, tailor Grigg, T. Plymouth, tea-dealer
Walker, J. P. Halifax, porter- lealer Garrod, S. Paddington Street, London, bookbinder Watchern, J. H, Oxford Street, London, linenGallimore, J. sen. Burslem, Staffordshire, coal- draper master
Watkins, T. Cardiff, dealer Hardern, D. Macclesfield, silk-manufacturer Weston, D. Westineon, tanner Harling, T. West Cowes, merchant
Wheeldon, G. Bonsall, colour-inanufacturer Hawkridge, W. B. Cleveland Street, London, sur- Whittle, J. Liverpool, woollen-draper geon
Wilmnt, c. Cheltenham, builder Hazard, W. Yarmouth, mast-maker
Wisedill, B. Southwark, jeweller Herbert, H. & J. Abingdon, timber-merchants Wood, S. Birmingham, coal-a ith Hewins, w. Hinckley, mercer
Watson, J. Holwick, Yorkshire, borse.dealer Hobson, J. Sheffield, merchant
West, G. Kingston-upon-Hull, draper Holding, W. Mark Lane, London, four-factor Whitcomb, E. Worcester, baker Haslam, J. & J. H. Oldham, Manchester, liquor. Waxcoe, J. Northallerton, maltster merchants
Walmsley, G. Ormskirk, hosier Husband, W. & P. Newberry, Berks, barge-masters Wheeler, J. Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, coalHadley, N. jun. Milford Wharf, London,
merchant trader Hull, W. Wigan, Lancashire, shopkeeper
Warner, A. St Katharino Street, Tower Hill, LonHodgson, R. Bishop-Wearmouth, baker
don, victualler Hampton, R. Laurence Pountney Hiu, London, Vouens, T. Township of Westoe, Durbam, shipmerchant
ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and
31st May 1817, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Ballantyne, Jas & Rob. Leith, hardware-merchants Dunbar, Wm, Montrose, merchant, by Alex. PaterClark, James, Dunbar, rope and sail maker, and son, merchant there, Ist June ship-builder
Douglas, Thomas, Glasgow, merchant, by Donald Hunter, James, Glasgow, grocer
Cuthbertson, accountant, Stirling Street, there, Leviston, John, Greenock, shipowner and trader 28th June M.Eachan, John, Irin, Inverness-shire, merchant, Gunn, John, Pitcaithly, vintner, by James Brodie, grocer, and cattle-dealer
mcrchant, Perth, 230 May Neilsor & loung, Glasgow, plumbers
Irving, John, Annan, merchant and linen-draper, Rutherford, John, Edinburgh, grocer
by John Rutherford, accountant there, Ist June Stuart, w. n. Co. Glayou, and Munn, Stuart, Lawson, George, Edinburgh, tanner, by John & Co. Newfoundland, merchants
Learmonth, merchant there, 230 June Taylor, Thomas, Melrose, merchant
M'George, John, Duinfries, grocer, by Rob. ThomWalker, James, late of Cupar-Fife, now at Stenton, son, jun. merchant there, 31st May merchant
Morrison, Lewis, Milling, tenant, horse and cattle Webster, Alex. Bisset, St Andrews, merchant dealer, by Archibald Lyle of Dunburgh, Easter Whyte, Thomas, Leslie, merchant
Auchyle, 92d June Wood, Jamnes, Lundie-mill, Fife, merchant
Miller, Wm. Paulsland, bacon-dealer, by Mr Cal
vert, Pennersaughs, at Ecclefechan, 28th June
Morton, John, Darvell, carrier, &c. by Jas MurDIVIDENDS.
doch, writer, Newmilns, 6th June
Mathewson, the late Tho. Dundee, painter, by John Bum, Arch. Edinburgh, stoneware merchant, by Stephen, jun. wright there 13th June the trustee, 12, Cowgatehead, 1st June
Peat, Robert, Dundee, manufacturer, by Edward Colquhoun, & Ritchie, Glasgow, merchants, by Jas Baxter, Cowgate there, 19th June Ewing, merchant there, 17th June
Stewart, John, Whitefield, cattle dealer, by James Cross, Hugh, & Co. Glasgow, merchants and manu- Cameron, merchant, Dunkeld, 3d June
facturers, by Wm Carnck, accountant there, 16th Swan, John, Edinburgh, tanner, by John Lear June
month there, the trustee, 5th June.
The weather for the last fortnight of May, and down to the middle of the present month, has been cold and rather wet. On the 10th a thunder storm, with very frequent and loud reports, passed over this city and its vicinity, but without occasioning, so far as we have heard, any considerable damage to the buildings, or to the crops, which are not yet sufficiently advanced to be lodged by the heavy falls of hail and rain with which it was accompanied.--The season is yet too early to allow of any approach to cera tainty in forming an estimate of the growing crops ; but their appearance in Scotland, with the exception of dry and warm soils secded with wheat crop 1815, is by no means very promising, either in regard to the abundance of the produce, or the period of its maturation. The oat-crops, in particular, if we might venture to hazard an opinion, must be both scanty and late.--All kinds of corn have risen since our last, and are still likely to rise, unless the season become more genial than it has been hitherto, at least until the earlier harvests of the Continent of Europe can come into the market. A considerable quantity of wheat, of inferior quality it is said, has been exported to France, and large shipments have been made from this country to Ireland for the last six months, so that the glut and depression, noticed in our last Number, have now passed away.-Butchers' meat here, and at Morpeth, may bring about 7s. per stone avoirdupois,- very good beef at Morpeth somewhat more. The lateness of the pastures, which have improved much within the last fortnight, has prevented any briskness in the demand for lean stock. In the Edinburgh market, oatmeal, the chief article of food among the poor in Scotland, sells at 46. 8d. per stone of 17} lb. avoirdupois, the quartern loaf at 16d., and potatoes (old) at 16d. per peck of 28 lb. 16th June.
Pease & Beans.
2d, ......358. Od
3d, .......33s. Od. 3d,......33s. Od.
Beans Ist,......58s. Od. Ist,...... 48s. Od 1st...... 48s. Od. 1st,......37s. Od. 1st, ..... 405. Oda 2d, .......45s. Od. 2d, ......42s. Od. 2d, ...... 40s. Od. | 2d, ......33s. Od. 2d,......358. Od. 3d, ......32s. Od. 3d, ......3tis. Od. 3d, ......32s. Od. 3d, ..295. Od. 3d .......30s. Oda
Average of wheat, £2:2:10: 1.12th. Note..The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent more than half a quarter,
of 4 Winchester bushels; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester busheis.
...... 46s. Od.
London Markets continued.
Cake at the inill, £12, 12s. per thousand.-Rape.
116 60 to 05 56 to 60 56 to 58 56 to 75 46 to 72 46 to 58
64 to 8t £38 to £40 95 to 105
54 to 60 $. d.Oatmcal, per 240 lb.
Provisions, fc. Pas, per quar. English
new Liverpool, June 10.
s. -Short midules 62 to 64 14 6 t, 19 0 Beans, per quar.
17 0 to 19 0 Scotch -new... 10 6 to 18 Oiri h.
Butter, per cwt. 10 6 to 11 6 E glish 5 6 to 6 0 Pork mess, p.bar.66 to 12 7 0 to 8 9 Rapeseed, per 8 6 to 10 0 -- Grey, 11 6 to 13 0 Irish 6 6 to 7 0 Beef, mess, per
8 0 to 90 - White, Scots, petto 6 0 to 7 0 Tongues, p. fir. 39 to 34
11 0 to 11 6
76 to 77 Curk, pickled, 2d
62 to 64
ditto, new 5 6 to 69
per 70 libs.
AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN, FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of Oatmcal per Boll of 140 lbs Avoirdupois, frong
the Official Returns received in the Week ending May 31, 1817.
MARITIME COUNTIES CONTINUED.
Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats, Beans. Pease. Oatm,
d. s. d. d. s. d. d. S. d. s. d.
0.50 0.40 262
Chester ... 104 5 0 0 72 11 43 9 0 0 0 0 35 4
Devon ...127 0 0 0 60 930 90
Cornwall ..10i 40 057
AU England and Wales.
Oatmeal, 418. 10d.-Beer or Big, Os. Od
ending May 24
Average of Scotland for the Four Weeks immediately preceding 15th May. Wheat, 71s. Od. -Rye, 635. 5d.-Barley, 468.-Oats, 40s. 6d. Beans, 585. 8d. -Pease, 588. Id. Oatmeal, 33s. 110.
-Beer or Big, 118, lo
POOD COULD soonsunod
Somerset1126 40 064 0 0 0 0 0 0
115 • 72 to 77
18 to 54 68 to 74 54 to 60
14 to 16 ... 95 to 105
98 to 35 ... 90 to 100
10 to 25
40 to 30 ..40 to 92
8 to 14
Quart. loaf, 19d.
s. Beans, old,
-Red, per cwt. 40 to 96
8. Hempseed, new, s.
... 40 to 15-Second
Sceds, g.–June 9.
20 to 25 -White.... 42 to 95
. 8 to 10 Clover, English, Select samples 138 to 142 --Old white .. 8 to 10 Ryegrass(Pace's) 28 to 31
.24 to 48 -New ditto . . 10 to 16 Cinquefoil. yellow . 16 to 20 Rib grass . . . . 12 to 10
45 to 56-Foreign -New ditto .. 5 to 8.-Cominon.
28 to 39
-White . ... 18 to 24 -For. red
Old, per bush. 14 to 18
round ... -Foreign
The comparison between the first four months of 1817 and the corresponding months of 1816, as stated in our last Report, was considerably in favour of the present year. The reverse ho vever is the case with the month of May, the mean temperature of which is at least 11° lower than that of May 1816. This diminution in the average is owing not so much to great depressions during particular nights, as to a general decrease in the temperature of almost every night. During, May 1816, the Thermometer sunk repeatedly below the freezing point, which it has not'done during the present month ; but it rose also considerably higher on particular days. The Rime, which has been more than once ob. served this month, must have been produced, either by evaporation, according to the old theory, or by radiation, according to the new theory of Dr Wills, for the temperature of the atmosphere was never so low as the freezing point.
METEOROLOGICAL TABI.E, Extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.
57.000 Mean of greatest daily heat,
54.500 temperature, 10 A. M.
48.000 .... of daily extremes,
Lowest, of 10 A. M. and 10 P. M.
30.160 Nean, 10 A.M. (temp. of mer. 53°) 29.578 Lowest,
29.070 10 P.M. (temp. of mer. 53) 29.614 Highest, 10 P.M. 6th,
30.180 .... of both, (temp. of mer. 53) 29.606 Lowest, ...... 11th,
29.100 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S). Degrees.
HYGROMETER. Degrees. Mean dryness, 10 A.M. 25.322 Highest, 10 A.M. 21st,
42.000 10 P.M.
7.000 of both,
23.000 Hain, 3.054 in.-Evaporation, 2.525 in.
Lowest, ...... 18th,
2.000 Fair days 17; rainy days 11. Wind West of meridian, including North, 17; East of meridian,
including South, 11.
Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observutory, Calton-hill. N. B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at eight o'clock in the inorning, and eight o'clock in
M. 4129.812 M. 16 E.
N. W. Showers. 5 M. 413.439 M. 19 w.
s. W. Fair.
W. Rain. 1. M. 46E9.151M. 51 Showers of E. 1528.978 E. 50
hail,and cold 19. 11/28.880 M. 47 1228.951 E. 47
E. Rain. 151M. 11 29.211 M. 45
Cble. Showers. E. 4329.338 E. 48 14. 1:29:43. M. 50
Rain, with E. 4429.470 E. 48 ) thunder, 151 M. 41 29.405 M. 44
E. Fair. E. 42 29.534 E. 13 ) 16.M, 1329.630 M. 51
TF. 47129.1916. 51
M. 4229.406 M. 49
M. 4329.990 M. 48
Fair, frost in E. 41 29,407 E. 47 the morning. 29 M 15 29.241 M. 47
E. 46.29.226E. 50S
N. E. Fair.
E. 45 29.990E 47
N. E. Fair.
N. E. Fair.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
ces Jane, fifth daughter of W. Douglas, May l. At Brighton, the lady of Gen. Esq. of Sloane Street, Chelsea.-William Sir David Baird, Bart. G. C. B. a still-born Kerrie Amherst, Esq. to Maria Louisa, child.-2. Lady Harriet Paget, a daughter. second daughter of Francis Fortescue 'Tur. -3. At Walton Park, Mrs Major Camp- ville, Esq. of Bosworth Hall.-Mr Donabell, a son.-In Grosvenor Place, London, van to Miss Vanneck, eldest daughter, and Viscountess Milton, a son.-5. Lady Eliz- Mr Lovelace to the youngest daughter, of abeth Pack, a son and heir.-The lady of the late Lord Huntingfield.-At Gibraltar, Capt. Charles Graham of the Hon. Com- Major Robert Henry Birch, of the royal arpany's Ship William Pitt, a son.-12. At tillery, to Georgiana, second daughter of Cambray, in France, the Right Hon. Lady Major Skyring of the same corps.-5. At James Hay, a daughter.-17. The lady of Sunninghill, Berks, Capt. Charles P. Ellis,
Charles Robertson, Esq. younger of Kin- of the Grenadier Guards, to Juliana Maria, deace, Captain, 78th Highland Regt. a son. daughter to the late Admiral C. Parker. -At Condé in France, the lady of Colonel At Brighton, William Scott, Esq. to AnHugh Halket, C. B. a daughter.-19. At nabella, second daughter of E. L. Hodgson, Roehampton, Surrey, the lady of Andrew Esq. Portman Square, London.-6. At H. Thomson, Esq. a son.-In Arlington London, the Rev. Spencer Rodney DrumStreet, London, the lady of J. Leslie Foster, mond, Rector of Swarraton, Hants, to CaEsq. a daughter.-24. At Paris, the Right roline, only daughter of the late Montagu Hon. Lady Fitzroy Somerset, a son.-27. Montagu, Esq. of Little Bookham, and In Lower Seymour Street, London, the Rt niece to the late Earl of Buckinghamshire. Hon. Lady Catharine Stewart, a daughter. -10. At Dublin, Major Clayton, eldest -28. In Cavendish Square, London, the son of Sir Wm Clayton, Bart. to Alicelady of Admiral Sir George Cockburn, a Hugh-Massey O'Donel, daughter and heir. daughter.-29. The lady of the Rev. Charles ess of the late Colonel O'Donel, eldest son Lane, a daughter.30. At Evington, the of the late Sir Neal O'Donel, Bart. of New. lady of Sir John C. Honywood, Bart. a port-house, Mayo.—At London, Paul Bieldaughter.-Lady Campbell of Aberuchil, a by Lawley, Esq. youngest brother of Sir daughter.
Robert Lawley, Bart to the Hon. Caroline
broke.-13. At London, Thomas Ryder, March 18. At Twickenham Park, Ja- Esq. to Isabella Maxwell, eldest daughter maica, Michael Benignus Clarey, Esq. of the late Thomas Nasmyth, Esq. of Ja. M.D. Physician-General of that island, to maica.-18. At London, the Hon. C. LowMargaret, eldest daughter of Lieut.-Colonel ther, Major of the 10th Royal Hussars, seGraham, Deputy-Governor of St Mawes. cond son of the Earl of Lonsdale, to the At Vienna, General Macdonald, to Madame Right Hon. Lady Eleanor Sherard, sister Murat, Ex-Queen of Naples.-Rev. John to the Earl of Harborough.-20. At LonPaterson of St Petersburgh, to Miss Greig, don, David Francis Jones, Esq. of Lincoln's sister to Admiral Greig of the Russian ser. Inn, recorder of Chester, to Anne Margaret, vice.
second daughter of James Topping of Whar. April 24. At Stutgard, the Hereditary croft Hall, Cheshire.-21. At Westbury, Prince of Saxe Heildburghausen, to the near Clifton, the Hon. Wm Middleton Noel Princess Amelia, second daughter of the of Ketton, to Anne, only child of Joseph Duke. Louis of Wirtemberg, uncle to the Yates, Esq. of Sneedpark.-24. At Lonking.–26. At Wigton, George Ross, Esq. don, Sir Robert Wilmot, Bart. of Chaddesof the Inner Temple, barrister at law, to den, Derbyshire, to Mrs Crauford, widow Jane Charlotte, daughter of W. M'Con- of Daniel Crauford, Esq. son of the late Sir nell, Esq. of Culbae.--Lately, at London, Alex. Crauford, Bart.-27. At Ulverston, John Innes, Esq. Bedford Square, to Mary, Lancashire, North Dalrymple, Esq. captain second daughter of Andrew Reid, Esq. of of the 25th light dragoops, second son of Russell Square.-28. At London, John the late Sir John Dalrymple, Bart. to MarCarmalt, Esq. formerly of the island of St garet, youngest daughter of the late James Vincent, now of London, to Miss Potts, Penny, Esq.-29. At London, Augustus eldest daughter of Potts, Esq. of the James Champion de Chepigny, Esq. to Ca. island of Jamaica.30. At Giese. Caiti. rolinc, daughter of Sir William Smyth, ness-shire, Lieut.-Colonel John Sutherland Bart. of Hillhall30. At Mavisbank, RoWilliamson, C. B. of the royal artillery, to bert Lockhart, Esq. of Castlehill, to Miss Miss Maclean of Gicse.
Charlotte Mercer. May 1. At Plymouth, Captain George Jackson, R. N. to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Thomas Miller, Esq. agent- October 27, 1816. At Prince of Wales's - victualler at that port.-H. T. Oakes, Esq. Island, aged 68, the Hon. William Pet eldest son of Lieut. General Qakes, to Fran- governor of that island.