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Knowles, J. Salford, Lancaster, Feb. 19.
Kay, T. Lambridge Place, Somerset, Peb. 06. Alpori, T. R. Birmingham, March 5.
Kerwood, c. G. Johast. West, Edgeware-road,
Lavender, J. Leominster, March 12.
Mann, T. Raistrick, York, feb 26. Byass, H. Rayleigh, Essex, March 2.
Margelis, T. Old Woodstock, Oxford, March 8. beale, W. Newbury. Besks. Murcle 9.
Moody, J. jur. Egham, March 2.
Moore, J. Sowerby York, March 12.
slet, Leeds, Coupland, F. Hunslet, and Coupland, Nash, H. Oxford sl. Feb. 19.
Nicholson, W. Wakefield, York. March 5.
Pattenden, W. Brighthelmstone, Sussex, Feb. 18.
Percival, W. Liverpool, Feb. 16. Coaies. Hi Bradfield, Besex, Feb. 29.
Penn, f. jun. Walthamstow, Feb. 19. Croft, J. Kingston-upon-Hall, Feb. 96.
Pool, W. Smith st. Clerkenwell, Feb. 19. Croaker, C. Upper Farm, Crayford, Kent, Feb. 28. Porter, J. l.eading Koothing, Essex, Feb. 26. Christie, C. Clement's-la. City, March 9.
Parsons, W. Broseley. Salop. Marth . Crossland, S. Liverpool, March 5.
Powell, J. sen. Windsor, March 5. Cartwright, T. Okehampton, Devon, March 9. Rickel, H. Shorediich, Feb. 10. Donaldson, J. Friday st. March 2.
Richardson, G. Horncastle, Lincoln, Feb. 16. Dray, d. Great Windmill.st. Haymarket, March 9. Rowley, M. Bear.st. Leicester-sy. Feb. 23. Davis, T. Great Barr, Stafford, March 5.
Robinson, M. A. Red-lion-st. Marche. Davidson, T. and Co. Liverpool, March 9.
Shakespear, J. Fillungley, Warwick, Feb. 16. Epps, J. Holborn, Feb. 16.
Sinith, H. Blackburn, Lancaster, Feb, 19. English, E. Birmingham, March 19.
Smith. S, Stayley, Chester, Marche. Flinn, J. Liverpool, Feb. 19.
Scott, 0. Manchester.bu. Cannon row, WestminForster, C. F. Margate, Feb. 93.
ster, March Fosseli, T. and W. Mincing-la. Feb. 29.
Tuck, B. Thrapston, Northampton, Feb, 03. Flmer, G. York, Feb. 26.
Townsend, J. Honiton, and Brooke, G. Whimple, Fisher, F. jun. Leicester-sq. March 2.
Devon, March 3. Forbes, G. M. Liverpool, Barch 5.
Turner, G. Liverpool, March 9. Fregeben, J. G.jun. Wood.st. Cheapside, March 18. Till, T. Whilgreave, Stafford, March 9. George, W. Haymarker, Feb. 16.
Wheatley, H. l'oventry, Feb. 29. Gale, Q. Newgale market, March 2.
Wood, H. Workinginn, Cumberland, Feb. 18. Garrich, J. L. Mitchain, March 9.
Winch, B. seni. Hawhurst, Kent, March 3. Graves, J. Shefheld, March 5.
Wild, W. Sheffield, March 8. Holker, T. Montun-green, Lancaster, Feb. 23. Ward, J. London, March 9. Hooper.J. Trolev.st. March 18.
Wilson, E. Newcastle upon Tyne, March . Hailstone, W. Mildenhall, Suffolk, March 19. Woodhouse, T. Nottingham, Niarch 12.
M.Kay, D. Dornoch, merchant,
M'Culloch, R. Glasgow, merchant. Jackson, M. Paisley, haberdasher,
Reddie, J. Glasgow, merchant.
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP.
hosiers. Aubrey, J. and Aubrey, J. R. Took's.co. Chancery. Bartlett, G. and Pachibam, J. Thames Ditton, Sur. laittoroies.
rey, carpenters. Autey, R. North, J. and Autey, J. Mold-green, Croft, J. and Croft, s. Great Eccleston, Lancaster, York, tancy inanufacturers.
butchers Asher, T. and Willey, J. Newark-upon-Trent, Chout, J. and Turner, J. jun. High Holborn, trunk. butik inakers.
makers. Bior. D. Bowsher, L. and Harris, J. Bristol, litho. Clarke, s. Manchester, draper, Helm, E. Pediham, graphic printers.
cotton-spinner, and Heywood, W. G. Manchester, Barrowcliffe, .. Bartowcliffe, c, and Cooke, H. fustian-manufacturers. Bawtrv, York, timber-merchants.
Crosfield, G. Crosfield, J. Crosneld, J. and Giles, T. Brownbill, H. and Brownhill, B. Stockport, Ches. Liverpool, shear retiners. ter, corn.dealers.
Claik, C. and Clark, C. Kingston, Surrey, saddlers.
ness, York, surgeons.
Croxall, T. and Hodson, J. Walsall, Stafford, coal.
Dawson, A. and Rice, E. Regent-eircus, lace.
Douglas, H. A. Douglas, W. R. K. and Anderson,
s. London, merchanls.
Dean, R. W. and Cooke, T, W. Betinal-green, Mason, J. and Jolinson, W. Basinghall st. candle. brewers.
wick-dealers. Douglas, H. A. Douglas, W. R. K. and Stewart, Mayhew, J. and Lungley. 8. Wakes Colne, Essex, P. M. London, merchants.
millers. Dowoward, T. ser.. Downsard, T. jun. and Mann, Murray, W. Smith, A. and Burns, R. Edinburgh, W. Liverpool, wholesale grocers.
bankers, Edwards, W. Wilson, T. and Starkey, T. Birming. Middleton, W. and Dyer, G. Lamb's-conduit-st. ham, button-manufacturers.
haiters. Elliot, J. W. Gainford, and Challoner, J. Bedburn, Merridew, N. and Merridew, J. Coventry, printers. Durban, manufacturers of iron goods.
Northover, J. and Milner, C. Greenwichi, catile. Ferrers, G. T. and Latus, G. King-st. St. James's, dealers. feather-bed-manufacturers.
Neighbour, J, and Wathins, w. Down-st. Picca. Fionemore, 1. and Potts, F. Birmingham, tube. dilly. manufacturers.
Nash, s, aně Payne, J. Maldon, slip.nwners. Fullford, H. and Chambers, T. Birmingham, linen, Oldacres, J. and Withers, G. Leicester, worsted. drapers.
spinners. Forster, M. and Warner, C. r. Lime st. attornies. Oldham, T. Ravenhill, J. and Oldham, W. BargeFry, R. and Day, A. Tottenham-court road, linen. yard. Bucklersbury, linen merchants. drapets.
Parker, T. Parker, R. Parker, C. and Parker, w. Franklin, J. and Fenton, J. Dartford, Kent, che. Manchester, calico printers. musts.
Pritchard, R. and Gladstones, T. Liverpool, bread. Frost, J. Dow, W. and Phillips, J. Rhodeswell, bakers. Stepney, coal-merchants.
Palmer, R. and Shepherd, W. Marlborough. Fox, T. and Cross, G. Blackfriar's-road, woollen Price, s. Ball, W. and Tuoley, W. drapers.
Pritchard. R. Pritchard, K. and Pritchard, H. Flcachai, C. Scart, C. and Hall, w. York, fax. bread bakers. spinnicts.
Pearse, J. and Hrannd, G. Exeter, linen-drapers. Fowle, J. and Hoile, J. Sandwich, Kent, common. Power, J. and Hopkins, L. ). Queen-fq. Westmin. brewers.
ster, men inidwives. Farrand, M. and Joseph, W. Bermondsey, window. Potter, A. and Po er, T. S. Manchester. blind manufacturers.
Penson, W. and Robertson, A. Prince's.st. Edine Gibson, W. Bradshaw, B. and Gibson, J. New. burgh, music-sellers. castle-gpon Tyne, merchants.
Poore, J. and Sharp, H. 'West Cores, Isle of Glynn, E. J. and Thomson, d. Bodmin, Cornwall, Wight, milliners. bankers.
Putland, E. jun. and Newman, R. Carshalton, Sur-
Price. T. and Wetton. J. Coventry, silk-dyers.
Parker, J. sen, and Parker, J. jun. Chandos.st. Heald, G. and Parker, T. Manchester, calico Covent-garden, victuallers. printers.
Paulton, W. and Bartlam, E. Worksop, NorringHowell, w. Z and Richards, J. Coach and Horsese ham, schoolmasters. yard, Great Titchfield st. coach-painters.
Peacock, T. and Warule, T. Northallerton, York, Heald, W. and Pace, E. Chelmsford, maltsters. linen-drapers. Heugli, T. and Milne, T. Dean.st. Solo, coach Ritson, J. and Gibson. J. Liverpool, seneral-mere builders.
chants. Hitchcock, T. and Hitchcock, R. Lavenham, Sul; Richardson, T. and Wardle, J. Orange-st. Leices: folk, brewers.
ter-sq. carpenters. Habanod, J. Dickson, J. Lye, J. and Garrard, E. Rowlinson, J. and Huddleston, J. Warrington, Fish-street-bill, haberdashers.
Lancaster, attornies. Barris, J. and Conper, W. Kidderminster, Worces. Richardson, E. Richardson, J. Whierlings, J. and ter, carpet-manufacturers.
Brown, W. Old Bailey, hay.salesmen. Hingeston, J. and Osborn, J. W. Gracecharch-st. Richards, G. and Richards, J. Bridport, Dorset, apothecaries.
carpenters. Howard, J. Bonth, J. Howard, T. and Howard, N. Rogers, J. and Shaw, R Nottingham, hosiers. Haughton, Lancaster, hat-manufacturers.
Heddall, R. A. and Osborn, J. coal and timber Hariey, R. and Logan, J. Liverpool, timber. mer. merchants. chants.
Sloan, T. Bath, and Clark, S. Plymouth, linenHunter, A. and Adam, W. Glasgow, yarn-merchants. drapers. Holden, J. Holden, T. and Holden, R, Highlands Shiffner, G. and Blackburne, G. Mark.la. wineand Royley, Lancaster, cotton-spinners.
merchants. James, R. and Drew, J. Gutter-la, silk-manufac Snepp, T. and Pointer, H. Cheltentiam, wine-mer, turers,
chants. Jefferies, W. and Doeg, D. New Ranelagh-road, Spink, B.and Webster, T. Sheffield, York, joiners. Westminster, lead-refiners.
Símon, J. and Simon, W. Liverpool, drugzi is. Ireland, T. and Sawyer, R. H. Staple-inn, attornies. Steel, W. and Smith, W. A. Liverpool, plumbers. Keller, P. and Keating, T. Bristol.
Sharples, W. Leather, J. jun. und Dickinson, T. Kortright, L. Grant, A. C. and Grant, R. J. London. Liverpool, timber. Inerchants. Kirkland, J.and Badenoch, J. Corentry, silk.manu Shirley, D. and Shirley, T. Lime-st. wine-mer. facturers.
chants. Keane, D. and Barnett, W. Shrewsbury, merchants. Spyer, J. and Spyer, S. Alie-st, Goodman's.fields. Lyon, D. and Jones, E. Little Bolton, Lancaster, Senior, G. and Beaumont, J. Dalton, York, fancs. timber-dealers.
cloth-manufacturers, Lang, J. and Lang, W. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster, Schofield, J. and Lester, J. Bath, timber-merchants, linen-drapers.
Silwer, J. and Sawer, T. Bxeter, rectifers. Laurie, T. and Baynes, T. London, sugar.refiners. Tillett, J. and Towler, A. Norwich, whitsters. Lary, J. and Hendricks, J. Leman-st. Goodman's. Vachell, c. jun. and Vachell, W. Carditf, Glamorfields, confectioners.
gan, druggists. Lanrie, J. and M Nellan, J. Alloa, Scotland, Vardon, T. and Baker, E. St. Helen's-pl. mere brewers
chants. Long|1, M. and Shotter, S. W. Sittingbourne, Kent, Wells. D. and Seward, A. Bull's-head-co. Newgate, chemists.
st. lacemen. Mather, S. and Nisbet, M. A. Goswell-st, school, Wilson, M. Weldon, H. an Leathes, N. L. S. ter1rryses.
dealers. Mickeltlivate, J. and Mickelthwate, B. Sheffield, Williamson, E. and Williamson, W. Lowilliam, York, merchauts,
Nottingham, bleachers. Monk, J. sen. Rigby, J. Fazakerley, H. and Waugh, J. and Waugli, C.. T. Rochdale, woollen.
Fusher, J. Newburgh, Lancaster, coal merchants. manufacturers. Noore, T. and Mouse, B. Nottingham, lace-manu. Wastie, R. and Frost, J. Smart's.bu. Higli Holboin, facturers.
coachsmiths. 11 Tuarant, J. and Gemmell, W. Manchester, cnt Weight, H. and Armitage, C. Manchester, mana100-manufacturers.
facturers Moore, H. T. and Farter, R. Castle.co. Budge-row, Wond. A, and Dunning, B, Whitby, York, mile cual incechanis,
PIERRE ERARD, of Great Marlborough-street, Middlesex, Musical Instrument Marker; for certain improvements on piano-fortes and other keyed musical instruunents. Communicated to him by a certain foreigner residing abroad. Dated Dec. 29, 182
GEORGE LINTON, of Gloucester-street. Queen. square, Middlesex, Mechanist; tor a method of impelling machinery without the aid of steam, water, wind, air, or fire. Dated Dec. 09, 1821.
RICHARD ORMKOD, of Manchester, Lancashire, Iron founder; for an improvement in the mode of hearing liquids in boilers, and thereby accelerating and encreasing the production of steam. Communicated to lm by a certain person residing abroad. Dated Jan. 7. 1992.
RICHARD SUMMERS HARFORD, of Ebbw Vale Troni-works, Aberystwith, Monmouthshire, Iron-master; for an improvement in that depart. ment of manufacture of iron commonly called puddling. Dated Jan. 9, 1R22.
JAMES HARRIS, of St. Mildred's.court, Lon. don, Tea-dealer; for an improvement in the ma. nufacture of shoes for horses and other cattle. Daled Jan. 9, 1829.
WILLIAM' RAVENSCROFT, of Serle-street, Lin. colu's-inn, St. Clement's Nanes, Middlesex, Peruke-maker: for a forensic wig, the curis whereof are corstructed on a priscisic to super. sede the necessity of frizzling, curling, or using hard pomalum, and for forining the curls in a
way not to he uncurled, and also for the tails ol the wig not to require lying in dressing, and further the impossibility of any person unting them. Dated Jan, 14, 1822.
DAVID LORESCHAM, of Newman-street, Oxu ford road, Musical Instrument Maher, and JAMES ALLWRIGHT, of Little Newport street, Mindlesex, Cheeseinonger;
an imprese red musical instrumeni, comprising in itself many qualities ne. never hitherto produced in one instrument, and possessing those qualities in clearness of sound, quality, distinctness, forte piano, delicacy of touch, and shake in the key or noies, by increasing to foise and decreasing to piano at the will of the performer. Coinmunicated by a foreigner residing abroad. Dated Jan. 01, 1822.
ALEXANDER GORDON, of London, and DAVID GORDON, of Edinburgh, Esquires ; for certain im. provements and additions in the construction of lamps, and of compositions and materials to be burned in the lamps, and which may be alsu burued in other lainps, Dated Jan. 14. 1n22.
DAVID GORDON, of Edinburgh, Esquire; for certain improvements and additions to steam packets and other vessels, part of which improvements are applicable to other waval and marine purposes. Dated Jan. 14, 1892.
AUGUSTUS APPLEGATH, of Duke-street, Lett's Town, Lambeth, Surrey, Printer; for ccrtain improvements in printing machines. Datid Jan, 14. 1622.
LONDON MARKETS, FEB. 15th, 1822.
COTTON.-The purchases since our advance ; the latter consisted of a parcel last are entirely confined to East India of fine ordinary Cubm, small bean but radescriptions, chietly parcels of the late ther foxy, and sold 108s.6d. and.109s. 6d.; sale : the particulars are-540 Bengal, the remainder, good Domingo in hlids. 54. a 53d. in bond.-- 720 Surat, 6 d. a and bags, which chiefly sold at 107.6d. 7d. in bord.--The arrivals, from the 8th and 100s. There were no public sales of to the 11th instant, irclusive :-Pernam Coffee this foreacon, and very litrie busibuco, 971.--Charleston, 50.
ness doing by private contract : there SUGAR.-The demand for Muscovades were more seilers than buyers. hias lately been rather languid; the good RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.--qualities fully maintain the late prices; There was considerable business done the interior have in some few instances yesterday in rums, but to-day the request been purchased a shade lower. To-day is not so brisk: thc estimated sales within there is however rather an improvement two days are 500 puncheons; the late in the request. The fine parcels of re- prices are fully maintained.- Brandy and fined goods have been in languid request, Geneva are unvaried. and the few sales lately are at prices 6d. OILS.--Whale Oil is higher; there is a ls, lower; inferior goods are scarce, a considerable request, and the advance and fully maintain the late curreney. in Tallow has also the effect of improving In Foreign Sugars no sales by private the market.- Seed Oils are rather lower. contract are reçorted, yet, the enquiries TALLOW.--The Tallow market reafter the Havannah descriptions have been mains in the same uncertain state as considerable. By public sale this fore- lately stated : for yellow candle Tallow, noon, 97 chests Havannah Sugar went at 598. Cd. 59's. and 58s, are reported; we high rates for the sound: good white 41s. believe 59s. 6d. the nearest quotation. middling 373. a 398.; 250 bags fine brown Within two days there have scarcely been Bourbon were taken in at 20s. od.
any purchascs, as the buyers have given COFFEE.--"The publie sale of Coffee their aitention to the inierior and Soap yesterday consisted of 101 casks 56 bags Tallows, of which the quantity sold is British Plantation, 103 casks 260 bags considerable at an advance of Is. a 2s. Toreign; the former went off rather hen. The town market is today 56s. which is vily, but at prices fully supporting the late 1s. higher than last weck.
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF THE LONDON MARKETS,
FROM THE 28TH OF JANUARY, TO THE 18TH OF FEBRUARY, 1821, 1822, BOTH INCLUSIVE.
Jan. 21 to 28. Jan.28to Feb..4, Feb. 4 10 11. Feb. 11 to 18
BREAD, per quartern.
8 lbs. Butter, Dublin, percwt.
York, per cwt.
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AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO SUGAR, Exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon on the Importation thereof into Great Britain
Computed from the keturns made in the Week ending
Jan. 23, is $18. 101d. per cwt. | Jan. 30, is 338. 21d. per cwt. | Feb. 6, is s2s. 11d. per cwt. I Feb. 19, is
32s. Ald. per iwi.