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CERTIFICATES,
FROM SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, TO TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1822.
ATMORE, R. Poulsham, March 23.

Macintyre, J. Liverpool, March so.
Alexander, J. Old Bailey, March 23.

Mackie, J. Watling st. April 6.
Aydon and Co. Halifax, March 26.

Marshall, W. H. Bristol, April 6.
Ajdon, S. and Co. Shell Iron works, Halifax, March Payne, J. Bury St. Edmund's, March 16.

Parish, J. Salisbury, March 23.
Askey, W. Oxford-st. March 30.

Phillips, T. Bread-street-bill, March 23. Benham, T. I onle, March 23.

Parker, J. Chapel st. March 83. Blyth, J. Newcastle-onder-Lyme, Stafford, April 9. Player, J. B. Bristol, March 28. Browne, J. Canterbury, April 6.

Penley, J. jun. Oley. Gloucester, March 30. Blain, H. Adam's.co. Broad-st. April 9.

Porter, T. Manchesier, March 30. Cantor, J. J. Devonshire-st. March 23.

Park, J. Fenchurch-st. April 9. Colville, E. D. Charlotte st. March 23.

Palmer, E. T. Bedford. April 6. Carruthers, J. Bristol, March 30.

Pigram, T. R. and J. Maidstone, April 6. Cook, J. Coxhoe, Durham, April 2.

Parker, R. Whitchurch, Shropshire, April 6.
Copp, W. and A. Exeter, April 6.

Rutt, J. Hammersmith, March 23.
Churchill, s. late of Hadlow-st. Brunswick-sq. Apr.o. Hichards, J. Exeter, April 2.
Dye, R. Peckbam, Surrey, April .

Robinson, J. Nicholas-la. April 2.
Eastwood, H. Eastwood, Yorkshire, April 9.

Russell, H. St. Martin's la. April 6. Eastwood, J. Liverpool, April 6.

Rawlins, J. Whitehaven, April 9. Fell, W. Workington, Cumberland, April 9.

Kichardson, J. Manchester, April 9. Gratrix, S. and Co. Manchester, March 16.

Sterling. W. Copthall co. March 23. Glover, J. East hope, March 16.

Spencer. T. Gray's-inn-In. April 9. Hancock, W. Bury st. Edmund's, March 16.

Thorn, J.T. Plymouth, Marchi 16. Harris, T. Evesham, March 2).

Tonssaint, C. Castle-st. Leicrster-sn. April. Heath, J. Rosemary.1a. March 23.

'Janton, W. Prince Edward's Island, North AmeHodgson, J. Staindrop, Durham, March 30.

rica, April 6. Jones, J. Mount.st. Lambech, April 2.

Thompson, C. late of Halifax, Yorkshire, April 8. Kay, E. Sheffield, April .

Winter, G. Norfolk-it. Sirand, Apr 2. Knibbs, J. H. late or Linyd's Coffee-house, April 9. Webster, R. Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, April . Lay, J. B. Huddersfield, March 16.

Weerch, s. George st. l'ommercial road, April 0. Míckle, J. Percy.st. March 23.

Wilks, T. Liverpool, April 9.

SCOTTISH SEQUESTRATIONS,
FROM TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, TO SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1822.
ANDERSON, J. St. Andrew's and Cupar Fife, gro Ml.eod, A. Glasgow, merchant.
cers.

Mireger, A. Dingwall, merchant.
Berry, J. Glasgow, merchant.

M'Leod, J. and Co. Glasgow, manufacturers. Brownlie, W. Glasgow engineer.

Macarthur, G. Glasgow, grocer. Brown, w. Saltcoats, merchant.

Sorby, J. jan. Glasgow, ironmonger, Brown, H. Saltcoats, merchant.

Williams, J. Muirhead, lime-merchant. Gray, J. Helensburgh, cooper.

Wilson, R. Glasgow, merchant. Gardiner, W. Glasgow, spirit-merchant.

Wond, w. sen. Limekilos, ship-ownes.

DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP.
FROM SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, TO TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1822
ALLSOP, J. and Hanwood, T. Hull, woollen. Ince, J, and C. Craven-st. wine-merchapts.
drapers.

Knight, J. and R. Colchester, drapers.
Berry, J. and Sanderson, W. Glasgow.

Kecne, J, Testar, J. and Leggatt, T. South AudleyBainbridge, G. J. and J. and Brown, T. Bread st. st. merchants. Cheapside, merchants.

Lea, J. and Harrison, J. C. milliners. Butler, T. Shuttleworth, W. G. Raynes, P. and Laing, J. J. and P. South Shields, ship-builders. Taylor, J. Newington and Nottingbam, com. Lupton, T. and Strangman, T. Prince's-st. Leicesterfactors.

sq. cheesemongejs. Bracebridge, C. and Downing, E. New Bond-st. Murgatroyd, W. Mitchell, J. and Keay, W. Halifax, milliners.

worsted-spinners. Cressall, J. Cressall, P. and Bradley, G. Whitecha. Musgrove, J. and E. Hackney, auctioneers. pel, undertakers.

Margetti, J. G. and T. F. and Pryce, J. LangClare, G. and S. Coventry, curriers.

. bourn-chambers, ship-brokers. Castleman, W. and E. King-st. Cheapside, ware Money, J. and Gayler, 'J. Bridge.st. Westminster, housemen.

hair dresscrs. Corry, G. k. J. R. and J. B. and Cayme, R. Yeovil, Masman, A. and Graham, A. Liverpool, merchants. glue-manufacturers.

Nicholls, W. T. and Hull, ). T. Gracechurch-st. Colling, J. W. and H. R. Oakibampton, altornies. pin and needle makers. Coates, S. and E. Leominster, tanners.

Orme, H. and Thomas, T. J, Liverpool, brewers. Drury, J. and W. Lincoln, booksellers.

Payne, d. and Whitehead, T. siratford-on-Avon, Draper, W. B. and Dalton, S. Swansea, sail-makers, milliners. Dutton, J. and Rancroft, j, Liverpool, dry-salters. Roberts, S. J. J. and T. Leeds and Huddersfield, Draper, T. and Oldmeadow, F. Fore-st. Cripplegate, woolstaplers. tailors.

Ruscoe, J. and Brazenor, T. Shrewsbury, saddlers. Deacon, M. W. W. and C. C. and Ellis, J. Milk-st, Scarth, T. and Briercliffe, W. Wakefield, woollenfactors.

top manufacturers. Elgie, M. and Eigie, T. Lincoln, attornies.

Sykes, c. T. and Martin, F. S. London, teachers of Elwail, G. and Evans, H. W. London.

dancing Emmerson, B. Dewes, E. and Tolson, N. Ossett, Shepard, -, and Markland, -, Norwich, brewers. Yorkshire, clothiers.

Thomas, J. and Lawrence, J. Bristol, lea dealers. Fenton, W. and Hogg, J. Coggeshall, slopsellers Turner, W. R. Hughes, W. and Swayne, J. King's. Goodwin, W. Owston, W. Thorp, J. and Owston, W. arms-yard, near Waterloo-bridge, coal-merchants, jun. Glamford Bridge, corn-merchants.

Wilkinson, H. ar.d Co. Bradlord, York, drapers. Hope, R. and Craven, ... Liverpool, grocers.

Warre, J. G. H. and F. J. London, insurance. Harrison, J. and Radclife, W. Lancaster, painters. brokers. Hoyle, J. Starkie, T. Dawson, H. and Earnshaw, J. Worton, D. Hardie, J. Walker, W. and Smyth, W. Spelland, Lancaster, corn.dealers.

Liverpool, bankers. Harford, J. and R.S. S. Davies, W.W. Green, W. Walher, P. S. and W. Manchester, cotton-spinners.

Crocker, P. Calder, A. Weaver, E. and Davies, S. Walker, P. Aspinall, C. and Walker, W. Mano Bristol, rin-platérs.

chester, cotton-inanufacturers. Holland, w. and Jolinson, J. Birmingham, silk. W«bb, w. and Pratt, R. Greenwich, dealers in manufacturess,

glass and carthenware.

NEW PATENTS.

JOHN HAGUE, of Great Pearl-street, Spital. fields, Middlesex, Engineer ; for a method of making metallic pipes, tubes, or cylinders, by the application and arrangement in the apparatus of certain machinery and mechanical powers. Dated January 29, 1899.

SIR WILLIAM CONGREVE, of Cecil street, Strand, Middlesex, Haronct; for certain improre i methods of multiplying fac-simile impressions 10 ans extent. Dared January 29, 1892.

PETER EWART, of Manchester, Lancashire, Civil Engineer ; for a new method of making coffer.danis. Daled January 29, 1829.

LORERT BILL. of Newman-street, St. Maryle Bone, Middlesex, Genueman ; for an inproved method of manufacturing metallic tubes, cylinders, cones, or of other forms, adapted to the construc. tion, and for the construction, of the masts, yards, booms, buwsprits, or casks, or for any other pure proses to which they may be applicable. Dated February, 192.

FREDERICK LEWIS TATTON, of New Rond. street, Middlesex, Watchmaker; for an asinino. mical instrument or watch, by which the time ol the day, the progress of the celestial bodies, as weil as carriages, horses, or ether aniina's, may be erstecily ascertained. Partly communicated to bion by a foreigner residing abroad. Daled Febru. ary 9, 182.

T;EORGE HOLWORTAY PALMER, of the Royal Mint, Engineer; for certain improvements

in the production of heat, hy the application of well-known principles ont hiinerio made use of in the construction of furnaces of steain-engines and of air furnaces in general, whereby a considerable saving in the expenditure of fuel is nb. tained, and the total consumption of smuke may be effected. Dared February 12, 1894.

JOHN FREDERICK SMITH), of Dunston Hall, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Esquire ; for improvements in dressing of piece goods made from silk or worsted, or of both these inaterials. Dated Febru. ary 19, IPQR.

SAMPSON DAVIS, of Upper East Smithfield, Middlesex, Gun lock-maker; for an in rovement upon the lock for guns and other fire-arms, which enables the same lock to be used upon the percussion principle, or with gunpowder, without Charging the lock or lammer. Dated February 12, IN22.

THOMAS BRUNTON, of the Commercial Road, Middlesex, Chain-cable and Anchor Manufacturer; for an improvemeul or improvements upon the an. chor. Daied February 12, 1822.

ELISA A PECK, vi Liverpool, Lancashire, Mer. chant ; for certain machinery in bu worked by wa. ler, applicable to the moving of inills, anıl other machinery, of various descriptions, or for forcing or pumping water. Communicated in hiin hy Ralph Bulkley, a foreigner resident in the city of New York, and a ciizen of the United States. Dated February 22, 1832,

LONDON MARKETS, MARCH 22nd, 1822. COTTON.-The purchases of Cotton, COFFEE.—The prices of Foreign Cof. 15th to 21st inst. inclusive, consists of- fec declined 3s. a 45. on Tuesday; the 400 Bengal, 5 d. a 6 d.---490 Surats, 6 a British Plantation descriptions were ls. 7d.--180 Upland, 9. a 94d.—20 Pernam a 2s, lower. The market has since imkoco, 12d. in bond, and 24 Smyrna, 8d. proved, and at the sale yesterday, 600 dnty paid. The arrivals, from the 15th to bags Porto Rico sold at very high prices; the 21st inclusive :-Smyrna, 74.--Ber- fine ordinary, or ordinary middling cobice, 20.-Demerara, 20.-New York, 31. loury, 1158. a 1185.; good to fine ordi. The Letters received from Liverpool this nary 1085. a 112s. 6d. By public sale this forenoon state the Cotton market heavy, forenoon, 20 casks 141 bags St. Domingo, and the prices on Wednesday a shade the good quality sold readily 104s. 6d. and lower.

10.js. Generally Coffee appears to be in SUGAR.--The Prices of Muscovades more demand, and some prospect of the since Friday last are again 1s. a 2s. per market improving. cwt. higher; the demand bas been consi. RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.derable, particnlarly early in the week, There is not so much doing in Rums, yet and the supply is still very limited. Ân the late advance is fully maintaived, and advance ot2s. a 3s. took place early in the such is the firmness of the holders, that in present week in low goods, since which several instances higher prices have been the improvement has been firmly main realized, notwithstanding the few sales tained, but there is not so much business reported yesterday and this forenoon.doing in the finer descriptions: a small Brandy and Geneva are without alteration. advance has been obtained, but there is TALLOW.--The prices of Foreign Talno briskness in the Refined trade. The low are entirely nominal: since the propablic sales of Havannah Sugars yester position of a new tax on Foreign import day, 916 chests, sold at prices a shade has been disconntenanced by Government, lower; good white 40s. a 42s. ; middling there have been no purchases whatever; 35s. a 398.; yellow 25s. a 26s. ; brown it is, indeed, reported, that a consider24s. By public sale this forenoon, 225 able parcel of yellow candle has been disclicsis damaged Havannah Sugars, and posed of at 48s. but the rumour does not 20 chests Brazil, sold at very high prices, rest on much anthority; at the same time, but as they were washed we cannot take if sales were forced in the present stagnathem as a gaide to our quotations; if the tion of trade it is probably no higher price sale could be taken as a criterion of the could be realized." Town Tallow is to-thay market, the prices are to-day 28. a 3s. per quoted 46s, 6d. which is 3s, lower than $wt. higher

last week,

WEEKLY STATEMENT OF THE LONDON MARKETS,

FROM THE 4TH OF MARCU, 'TO TIE 25TH OF MARCH, 1822, BOTH INCLUSIVE.

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, White.............
Trefoil ....
Hape Seed, per last .............................
Linseed Cakes, per 1000 ....................
Onions, per bushel
Potatoes, Kidneys, per lon..............

Champions ..
Beef
Mution Newgate & Lead.
Lamb en hall, per st. of
Veal

8 lbs.
Pork
Butter, Dublin, per cwt.

Curlow..........
Dutch

York, per firkin........
, Cambridge

Dorset..
Cheese, Cheshire, Old

Ditto, New
filoucester, doubled
Ditto, single

Dutch
Bams, Westphalia ...........................

York...
Bacon, Wilshire, per sione ....

Irish

York, per ewt.
Lard...
Tallow, per ewt.
Candles, Store, per doz.....
Dilto, Moulds...
Soap, Yellow, per cwt....
Ditto, Mottled
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Coals, Newcastle
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Hops, in bags Sussex

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AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO SUGAR, Exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable tlicreon on the Importation thercos into Great Britain

Computed from die kerurus made in the Week ending Feb. 20, is 32s. 41d. per cwt.- Feb. 27, is 335. 14il. per cwt.-March 6, is 33. 64. -per cwl.-Marıb 13, is

325. 444 per cui.

VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c. at Nine o'clock A.M.

By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNAILL. 18*2 Bar., Ther. Wird.Obser. |11822 Bar. Ther. Hind Obser.j|1892 Bar. Ther. Yind Obser. Feb. 83130.25 51 w Fair Mar. 6129.59 49 SW Rain Mar. 16 30.07 52 SW Fair 9430.91 53 w

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PRICE of SHARES in CAN 11.8, Nocks, BRID(ies, RoadS, WATER-IVORKS, Fire and
Lire INSURANCE COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, Mines, &c. March 231, 1822.
Skares, Presenly Div.

Sharcs) Present, Div.
Price received

of Price received per Sra. per Ann.

per Sha. per Ann. Rarresley Canal

160 164

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London

100 105 10 4 Chesterfield..............

100 120

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West India ....

100 189

10 Coveuiry

103 1000

Southwark Bridge ...... 100
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100 135
Vauxhall

100 15 Erewash.... ...........

100 1000

58
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100 5 5 Grand Junction

100
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100 105 Grand surrey

100 56

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100 21

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Do. Laan

96
Grand Junction

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2 10 Grantham

150 145

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1.
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820 75
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50

10 Leed, and Liverpool

100 350
12 West Middlesex ...

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6
2 Bironingham Fire ......... 1000 300

25 Oxford

100 670
32 County

100 40

9. 10 Shrewsbury

125 170
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125 125
7 Globe

100 193

6 Sinerset Coal........ 50 107 10 7 Imperial

500 90

4 10 T>itto Lock Fund

74
4 London Fire

25
24

1 Staffordsh.& Worcestershire 140 700

40 London Ship

25 20

1 Strarbridge

145 910
9 Royal Exchange

10 "Thames and Severn, New.. 10

200 40

8 Trent and Mersey, or Grand

Gas Light and Coke (Chart. Trunk... 200 1900 75 Comp)

50 71 Warwick and Birmingham 100 220

10 City Gas Light Coinpany 100 110 Warwick and Napton

100 810
London Institution

25 Bristol Dock

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Rale of Government Life Annuilies, payable at the Bank of England.

When 3 per cent. Stock is 78 and under 79.
single life of 35 receives for 1001. stock 5 5 O average-rate loul. money 6 13

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Redaction National Debt and Government Life Annuity Office, Bunk-street, Cornhill,

COURSE of the EXCHANGE, from Feb. 26. 10 March 22, 1892, both inclusive. Amsterdam, c.r. .................18-8 a 10

1 Barcelona Ditto at sight....................

......12-5 a 19-3

Seville kotierdam

Gibraltar ...........................12-9 a 1947

.......... 30 a 364

.............................90 Antwerp

..12-5 a 10-y

Leghorn.................................471 a 471 Hamburgh.

Genoa ........................ 37-4a87Altona.

...........433 a 44 ....37-53 37-1

Venice Italian Lir......................27-60 Paris, 5 day's sight

Malta ...........-10 a 25-25

...........45 Ditto,...

25-70 a 25-55

Naples ..... kourdeanx..

..............991 a 40 .25-70 a 25-55

Palerino per oz. ...

Lisbon. Frankfort on the Main, ex money... 154

...................lind.

...................................004 Petersburz, s Us. ser rble ........... a 9

Oporto Vienna, Ef. m. fo...................10-19 a 10-10 Rio Janeiro

......... 45 a 46 Trieste ditto

Baba ......................... 10-19 a 10-10

......51 Madrid ................................37

Dublin .................................... 91 (Cadiz

...................................36 a 37 Bilboa .......

*. .........361 a 36į

PRICES of BULLION, nt per Ounce. Portagal Gold, in coin ...ol. Os. Oda a Ol. Os. Od. New Dollars...

ol. 41. 911, a n. 43.:01. Poreign Gold in Bars......31. 178. 10fd. a 01. 08. Od. Silver in Bars, Standard... 15. 11d. a ol. Os. Ou. New Doutloons ..... ........ 01. 08. od. a ol. Os. Od. New Louis, each The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices.

JAMES WETENILALL, SWORN BRUK/R. Printed by Joyce Gold, 105, Shoe Lane, Lordute

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Feb. 25 2494 $795 1781 93904 98 41032018 # 79

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AIL EXCHEQUER Bulls dated prior to May, 1821, have been advertised to be paid off. N. B. The above Tuble contains the highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c, originaily publisbed by John Castaign, in the year 1718, and now published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of lie Cummillee of the Sluck Exchange, by

JAMES WETENHALL, Slock-Broker, No. 15, Angel-court, Tbrognorton-street, Londong Na application to whom, the origical documents for near a century past may be referred 10),

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