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SMEETON, GEO. St. Martin's la. printer, Feb.%,
and Marci 2. (Davis, Lothbury.] Jan. 19, TENNENT, JOHN, Liverpool, merchant, !eb. 5,
Georg, Lrverpool. [Massey, Liverpool; and Ad.
linatun und Co. Bediord-ow.) Dic. 45. TODD, JOHN, Coltenham, Cainbridge, butcher,
Feb. 16, Hoop, Cambridge. Il'eacoche, Cam. bridge, and Robinson, Half-Moon-st. Piccadiiy.)
Jan. 5. THOMPSON, WM. Tottenhill, Norfolk, cattle.
dealer, Feb. 19, Pickerell Inn, Cambridge. (Fisher, St. Ives; and Ellis, Chancery-ia.]
Jan. 6. TOUSSAINT, CHAS. Castle-st. Leicester-sq. plum.
ber, Feb. 2, and 26. [Allen, Carlisle-st. Solo-sq.]
Jan. 15. THOMAS, WM. Bluet's-bu. Fetter-la. Holborn,
work-box-manufacturer, Feb. 26. (Harman,
Wine Ofice-co. Fleel.st.) Jan. 15. THURBON, JOHN, March, Isle of Ely, draper,
Feb. 6, 7, and March ó, Grifin, March. Barley, March ; and Meredith, Lincoln's Inn New-sq.]
Jan. 22. TATNER, CHAS. Horton Kirby, near Dartford,
farmer, Feb. 2, and March ). (Collins, Great
Knight Rider-st. Doctor's.cominons.] Jan. 22. VALENTINE, ROB. Hatfield, Hertford, miller,
Feb. 2, and March 5. [Bond, Ware, Berts.)
Jan. 22. WHITE, JAS. Bletchingley, Surrey, farmer, Feb.
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DIVIDENDS,
FROM TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1821, TO TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1822.
le. (Welchman and Co. Stamford-st, Black
friars-mad.] Jan. I. WARDLE, ISAAC, Nottingham, butcher, Feb. 18.
Red Lion Inn, Worksop. [Beadshaw, Retford ;
and Allen and Co. ('arlisle-st. Soho-sq.) Jar. 12. WIGFALI., H. Shotheld, York, file-maker, Feb.
23, Angel, Shetheld. [Smith, Sheffield ; and makelock, Serje ani's Ini, Fleet st.) Jun. 19. WOOTTEN, JOHN, Windsor, coal merchant,
Feb. 23. (Biggs and Co. Reading; and Eyre and
maker, Feb. 26, Dog, ard Duck, Kingston upon.
wire-manufacturer, Feb 2, and March 9. [Thomas,
Bonverie-st. Fleet-st.) Jan. 19.
gist, Peb. 4, 5, and March 2, at the Office of Mr. Symes, Bridgwater. (Lowe and Co. isouthamplon-bu: and Symes, Bridgwater.] Jan. 19. WHITBOURN. JOHN, Brook-si. Holborn, oilman,
Feb. 9, and March 2. [Shepherd and Co. Barto
lett's bu. Huborn.) Jan. 19. WINTER, GLO. Charles-st. Middlesex. Hospital,
dealer in harness, Feb. 2, and March 9, (Llewa ellyn, Noble st. Cheapside.] Jan, 19. WILSON, EDW. Strand, inerchant, March 8.
(Lewis, Surrey-st. Strand.] Jan. 19.
ATKINSON, P. Rathbone.pl. Oxford-st. Jan. 9.
Deritend, near Birmingham, Jan. 29.
'Thames, Oxford, Jan. 29.
King, C. M. Upper East Smithfield, Jan. 29.
borne Minster, Dorset, Jan. 29.
st. Jan. 29.
Wa". T. Webher-st. I.ambeth-marsh, Jan, 26.
uit marsh, H. H. Wingkain, Keut, Jan. 84.
Woodhouse, J. and M. Mincing-!a. Feb. 1.
FROY TE ESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1821, TO TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1822.
ADOCK, D. Melton Mowhray, Leicester, Jan. 22.
vel, J. i exds, Jan. 22.
24. 1.Cicat, Cliester, Feb. 2.
Joncs, A. W. New Brentford, Feb. 19.
caster, Jan. 99.
H., S. Northampton, Feb. 2.
Passics.pl. Feb. 9.
FROM TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1821, TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1822.
PILIOCH. J. and A. Duntochar, distillers.
Murdoch, T. Falkirk, woollen-draper.
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP,
FROM TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1821, TO TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1822. ANDREW, D. and Andrew, G. Micklehurst, Ches. Batler, D. and Wade, R. F. Crutched. friars, iusu. ter, wolien manufacturers.
rance-brokers. Austen, R. M. and Austen, G. Tonbridge, Kent, Bishop, G. and Ventom, W. B. London, merchants. Erocers.
Bowler, J. Bickerton, J. and Wilkes, J.C. AL*, G. and Allen, G. jun. Manchester, calen- Bowman, W. and Battie, W. Sheffield, pawndeters
brokers. Archer, R. and Barratt, J. Great Wild-st. Lincoln's. Barfield, J. Conolly, J. and Hemming, W. Thatclt. ign-Eelds, pold and silver refiners.
am, Berkshire. A». F. and Also, S. Manchester, sewing-cotton- Blades, T. and Palmer, B. Piccadilly, upholsterers. Jgfacturers.
Brooks,J. and Oughton, J. Manchester, warehouseBerties, N. P. and Buckler, H. P. Stonehouse, men. Si ester, 131-brokers.
Barlow, J. Barlow, W. and Allcroft, R. Draper's. Bar, J. dec. Tresor Ucha, Denbigh, and bu. London-wall, scissar-manufacturers. inn, T. Liverpool.
Bedford, W. and Bedford, w. jun. Lincoln, tai. En H. and Monins, R. Middle Temple, London. lors. Ev. Mag. Vol. 81. Jan, 1822.
Brinton, R. Petford, J. and Petford, J. Birming
hin, brass founders. Blackman, W. and Taylor, J. Old Prad-street,
pruinbers. Bailey, J. Bailey, J. and Bailey, 9. Sheffield, York,
mpre hants. Baker, J, Kingsford, S. Biker, S. X. Brnt, J. Hal.
forit. R. sen. and Hallord, R. jun. Canterbury,
bankers. Baxendale, J. and Dickson, L. Lancaster, sur.
Berns. P#xler, R. and Rowker W. Gray's inn. brown, W. and Ellis, W. Ludgaie-st. haberdashers. Brooke, T. I, and Gillbe, H. jun. Winchester-sta
merchants. Brown, S. and White, T. Hanley, Stafford, manu.
facturers of earthenware. Brealey, (. W. and Woollain, J. Manchester, cot
tontealers. Bate, S, and Bate, J. H. Stourbridge, Worcester,
woulstaplers. Baker, F. and Marshall, W. Clapham rise, Surrey,
potters. Brown, T. Rogers, E. Brown, R. and Brown, B.
Cheayside, merchants. Bragg. G. and Baldwill, J. Birmingham. jewellers. Brunton, T. Middleton, R. D. and Brunton, W.
Com niercial-road, iron cable-manufacturers. Barringer, W. Walden, J. and Hancock, J. Great
Ryder-st. St. James's, coal-merchants, Candler, T. W. and Suter, E. Little Bush-la.
porter-merchants, Callanan, C. and Woodward, H. T. King.st. Wap
ping, soap boilers. Camell, R. and Morris, J. T. Bungay, Suffolk, sur.
geons. Collison, R. and Whitaker, I. York, stone-ma
sons. Crosley, T. and Folkes, E. Finsbury.market, coach.
makers. Cokerill, R. and Moginie, J. Smithfield-bars,
cheesemongers, Cowie, T. Cowie, G. and Cowie, J. Long-acre,
refiners. Curtis, T. and Whicher, H. South Harting, Sussex,
surgeons. Collier, T. and Claydon, J. Sharnbrook, Bedford,
lacemen. Chapinan, F. Brixworth, and Faulkner, T. Bough
ton, Northampton, butchers. Collins, E. and Constantine, T. Liverpool, fringe.
manufacturers. Cooper, J. and Cooper, W. Queen-st. Cheapside,
warehousemen. Clarke, A. and Clarke, H. Portsmouth, ironmongers. Christopherson, E. and Price, J. Liverpool, iron
mongers. Clay, 1. and Earnshaw, W. Rastrick, York, fancy
woollen manufacturers. Crisp, N. and Jones, J. Cherry garden-st. Ber.
mondsey, common brewers. Clutcerbuck, S Escott, A, C, Williamson, T. W.
and Jones, E. Pachers' co Coleinan-st. Black.
well-hall-factors. Cooper, G. and Thorburn, T. M. Cannon-st. spice.
merchants. Cliff, J. and Howgate, J. Leeds, horticulturists. Chapinan, S. and Chapman, A. Bishopwearmouth,
Sunderland, tea-dealers. Corfield, W. and Matthews, J. Manchester, iron
and brass founders. Cooke, W. and Cooper, G. New Brentford, sur.
geons. Cullen, T. and Whitfield, H. Little Bolton, Lan.
caster, coulon-spinners. Dore. W. Smith, J. Moger, G. and Evans, T. Bath,
bankers. Davies, W. Verrinder, C. and Davies, T. North
sudler-st. Dewe, H. T. Farmer, W. Sarjeant, W. W. and
Harvey, J. London, warehousemen. Drake, G. and Drake, J. East st. Manchester-sq.
furniture brokers. Downes, J. Downes, S. and Downes, D. Maccles.
field, silk throwslers. Darke, s. Church, J. T. and Darke, S. W. Red.
lion sq. solicitors. Diggon, R. jun. and Diggon, D. Brandon, Suffolk,
saddlers. Davey, 0. Darey, W. and Davey, R. Aslixater,
Devon, drapers. England, E. and England, W. H. Her ford, wire.
Elias, B. and Jennings, J. R. Long.room, Custom'.
house, ('usiomisuse agents. Exciston, S. and Edelsten, J. Warrington, Lane 4s
ter, pin manufacturers. Evkyn, K. Browning, J. Eykyn, J. and Browning,
W. H. Siniththeidbars, oil merchants. Edwards, J. P. Peany, T. and Butler, T. D. Lizer.
pool, cheinists. Eldershaw, F. and Ball, T. Clare-st. Clare-marhet,
linen drapers. Fridy S. and Burcard, J. R. London, merchanis. Pav, J Punshoni, R. G. and Dodson, J. Three
Crown sq. Southwark, hop-factors. Fisher, J. sen. and Fisher, J. jun. Newgate-mailer,
salesin1. Fox, D. and Goddard, F. G. Bermondsey.st. pai t)
brokers. Frier, G. Rotton, J. Llud, D. Lloyd. A. and
Gio dall, N. Birmingham, bankers. French G. and Thorman, -, East India Chun.
bers, Leadınball. i. Scotch-posisjon-factore. Ford, J. Burne, P. H. and Wyert, C. Bilterska,
woollen-manufacturers. Flischer, J. and hirkland, W. Ripley, Derby, com.
mon-brewers. Tielu, J. and Slaney, J. jun. Greenwich, brewers. Gemmill, D. and Coals, R. Rio Janeiro), commis.
sion-agents. Gregson, T. and Keighley, R. Kingston upon Hull,
merchants. Guest, W' and Guest, J. Birmingham, merchants. Gay, E. and Gay, R. Norwich, basket makers. Gillies, J. O'Neill, J. Sharp, J. Macneill, J. and
Sharp, J. Liverpool, merchants. Gearge, J. and Williams, J. Ducklington, Oxford,
tilt-inan facturers Gordon, S. anı Gordon, A. Liverpool. Gladstone, J. Freeland, A. and Harris, J. Liverpool,
sugar-refiners. Goskar. T. and Goskar, J. King's Lyon, Norfolk,
plumbers. Green, W. H. and Thorley, W. Angel.co. Throg
morton-st. attornies. Grove, P. and Lamboll, M. Moffott.st. City-roaci,
bookbinders. Holgate, W. and Roden, E. J. Manchester, cotton.
spinners. Hartshorne, J. W. and Nix, J. Broad-st. mer.
chants. Harding, W. and Hatton, W. L. Fleet-st. tailors. Hesketli, R. and Hesketh, J. Panu. Hooper, W.C. and Hooper, J. M. Old 'Change,
grocers. Hulbere, s. and Webb), M. Bath, inilliness. Hillman. 0. and Heather, J. Worthing, Sussex,
coal merchants. Howell, E, and Woodward, c. slirewsbury, Salop.
braziers. Hare, L. and Tabrum, W. Southminster, Essex,
surgeons. Harvey, G. Gibson, J. and Lolir, W. L. Norwichi,
manufacturers. Hardie, J. and Jackson, J. Manchester, fustian.
manufacturers. lleselton, P. and Kowntree, W. Great Ayton, York,
oi inanuiacturers. Hall, T. and Hall, J. Compton-st. Soho, woollen.
drapers Ilanmer, M. A. widow, and Wyatt, C. Rotherhithe,
Irish provision dealers. Joyner. 'J. Jorner, J. C. and Jeffery, J. Grace
church-st. laberilaslers. Jones, W. and Hislop, T. Watling st. warehouse
mill. Jenkinson, J. and Chambers, J. Coventry, druge
gists. Inkson, L. and Toswell, T. Adam.st. Adelplii,
tailors. Jackson, W. and Speight, J. Barnsley, York, mer. Johnson, J. and Todd, G. W. Darlington and
Stockton.lipon Tees, Durham, merchants. Jacklyn, J. S. and Williams, J. sen. St. Dunstan's.
hill, lightermen. Johnson, J. and Edwards, J. Lower Grove, Saddle.
worth, wollen printers. Illingworin, D. and Marriner, W. Grores Mill,
York, cotton spinners. Knox, A. and Wilson, W. Poland-st. tailers Kymer, M. R. M.Taggart, J. Kyiner, J. Stephen.
son, J. and Wool, H. Mincing.la. brikers. Kanop. E. dec. Kna;p, E. jun. and Markdam, R.
Kesch, H. 6. and Garland, J. jun. Poole, timber- Shaw, W. and Fletcher, G. Kingston upon.Hull,
church-streer, sworn hroles.
Shepherd, S. Rixon, S. an ! Shepherd, B. Cockspur.
Strachan, C. and Murray, J. Cornhill, watch and IT. A. ad Hastin, B. M. Great St. Helen's, clock makers. sagar brikets.
Stani fortlı, S. and Laird, W. Liverpool, rope-manuLW, F. and German, J. Masons' Hall, facturers. tall.st. Hac ve hatt facts,
Stanbury, J. and Clark, G. London, coinmon.car.
Daid Crini, J. H. 10wnshire-suj. meren. 1ts. Smith, T. Vivehall, Smith. T. and Alderion, T.
Stirling, W. Stirling, J. and Home, J. Bow church-
yard. Ls, W. and kisoul, J. Spalumg, Lincoln, cure Spooner, T. and Abraham, P, George yard, Lom
bard-st. More, T. and Moore, G. C. Dursley, Gloucester, Sapte, F. Guilemard, D. and Braod, J. Coleman-st. Motto.
merchants. lu, R. and Miller, J. S. Poole, brewers,
Stephens, B. and Biggs, M. Great Russell-st.
Smith, J. and Macdonald, J. Paradise-st. Finsbury.
Stainforth, R. and Giberne, M. Old South Sea
Stolari, A. and Smart, H. Berner's-st. Oxford-st.
Stone, T. and Ogden, L. Manchester, brushi-makers. Nae, W. and Clark, J. Corentry, watch-manufac- Sealy, G, 'T. Duncan, J. and Walker, D. Balia, turers.
Crazils, commission inerchants.
Thomas, T. and Thomas, J. Oxford-st. woollen-
drapers. Nicholson, s. and Young, W. London, insurance- Tracey, T. and Tracey, H. J. George-st. Betimal. trobers.
green, dyers. Nork, T. and Tilbe, W. Church-st. Blackfriar's- Thornley, J. and Beckton, J. Manchester, manu. road, miti rights.
facturers. Pool, R. an Wesmoreland, J. Cumberland, tim- Turner, W. and Royle, V. P. New.st. Dorset-sq. ber-merchants.
surgeons. Pellait, A, jun. and Smith, B. jun. Camberwell, Tillett, J. and Fowler, A. Norwich, whitsters. Sarrey, silversmiths.
Upton, J. and Upton, J. Sedbergh, York, cottonPerreu, J. sa. Pestett, J. juu. and Perrett, J. spinners leigh-st. Middlesex, tailors.
Von Dadelszen, G. M. and Stoppel, H. W, Fen. Prre, s. Buts, W. and smith, N. Crooked-la. church-st. merchants. leatber-seilers.
White, W. and Turnor, B. Parker-st. Drury-la. Page, J. jun, and Jacks, T. Mark-la corn flour- chair-manufacturers. fators.
Walmsley, T. and Walmsley, J. Salford, Lancaster, Priestley, J. and Graveson, J. Halifax, York, linen- manufacturers. draperi.
Wilson, J. and Moore, A. Milk-st. Cheapside, silkPayne, J. and Rugg, J. Bristol, plumbers.
Hodgson, E. Sheffield, York, facinrs.
attornies. ", I. and Rogers, G. High-st. St. Giles's, Walker, J. and Bedford, J. Leeds, chemists. tobacco-manufacturers.
Whales, N. and Litchveld, J. Betlinal-green, carEo 1, F. and Sinas, J. Wilson's-yard, Back New. penters. road, St. George's East, treacle-refiners.
Wilcox, J. and Grigg, T. Whitechapel, linenRuharson, D. Richardson, J. and Francis, w. drapere. koma, I. Bard, J. and Rimmer, W. Liverpool,
Watson, J. and Law, J. Blackburn, Lancaster, cot. Wappias. slopellers.
ton manufacturers. Empers of tobacco.
Walford, K. Hinclisinan, J. and Gardner, R. B. kxhards, J. and Rove!!, G. Drury-la. linen-drapers. Watling st. liven.drapers. kodust. d. and Broohbank, 1. B. Manchester,
Wells, H. and Barker, J. Cable-st. Wellclose sq. merealers.
skin.dealers. Babinson, J. Healey, B. and Pattinson, J. Sheffield, Webb, R. and Webb, J. C. Stalliam, Norfolk, fencef-wakers.
farmers. Roberts, W. and Wheeler, M. Blackman-st. Wise, G. Southborough, and Alexander, T. Ton. horragh, cur iets.
bridge, kent, farmers. Kiri, H. and Blanning, T. D. Topshamn, Devon. Walter, H. W. Wilson, T. and Shaw, G. silkLimoni, M. and Hobinson, T. Liverpool, tea
Wilson, C. Crewdson, W. D. Bateman, J. and Sax4.6, d. Pastore, and Sytcliffe, B. Blacklion,
Huddlestone, D. Kendal, banhers. Landstei, cotton-manufactureis.
Walivn, W. and Tailby, J. Birmingham, japanners.
THOMAS PARKIN, of Skinner-strect, Bishops. gate street, Middlesex, Merchant; for an improrement or in provements in printing. Dated Nov. 24, 1821.
WILLIAM BAYLIS, jun. of Painswick, Glouces. tershire, Clothier; for a machine for washing and cleaning clothes. Dated Nov. 27, 121.
THOMAS MOTLEY, of the Strand, Middlesex, Patent Letter Maker and Brase Founder ; for cer. tain improvements in the construction of candle. sticks or lamps, and in candles to be burnt therein. Dated Nov 27, 1821.
ROBERT BILL, of Newman-street, Mary.le. Bone, Middlesex, Esq.; for an improvement in the construction of certain descriptions of boats and barges. Dated Dec. 5, 1891.
CHARLES BRODERIP, of London, Esq. now residing in Glasgow ; for various improvements in the construction of steam engines. Daled Dec. 5, 1821.
HENRY RICKETTS, of Phenix Glass Works, Bristol, Somerselshire, Glass Manufacturer ; for an improvement in the art or method of making or manufacturing glass bottles, such as are used for wine, porter, beer, or cyder. Dated Dec. 5, 1821.
WILLIAM WARCUP, of Dartford, Kent, En. gineer,; for ceriain improvements upon a machine for washing linen cloths, cotton cloths, or woollen cloths, whether in the shape of piece goods, or of any article made up of linen clothi, cution cloth, of woollen cloth. Dated Dec. 10, 1821.
WILLIAM HORROCKS, of Port wond-withon. Benniglen, in the county of Chester, Cotton Manofacturer; for an improvement in the construction of looms for the weaving of cotton or linen cloth by power, commonly called power loom. Dated Dec. 14, IRO!.
JAMES WINTER, of Stoke-under. Hamdon, Somerset shire, Gentleman; for certain in provement in a machine for sewing and pointing leatiser gloves with neatness much superior to that whicla is effected by manual labour. Dated Dec. 19. 1821.
SAMUEL BRIERLEY, of Salford, Manchester, Lancashire', Dyer, for an improved method of prepating raw silki, and cleansing the same for the pur. pose of dying and manufacturing. Dated Dec. 19, 1821.
JOHN GLADSTONE, of Castle Douglas, in the stewartry of Kircndlright, and county of Galloway, North Britain, Engineer and Millwright; for an improvement or improvements in the construction of steam vessels, and mode of propelling such vessels by the application of steam or other powers. Daled Dec 20, inyl.
JULIUS GRIFFITH, of Brompton-crescent, Middlesex, Esq.; for certain improvements in steain carriages, and which steam carriages are capable of transporting merchandize of all kinds, as well as passengers, upon coinmon roads, without the aid of horses. Parily communicated to him by foreigners residing abroad. Dated Dec. 20, 1821.
LONDON MARKETS, JAN. 11th, 1822. COTTON.-The Cotton market is with- COFFEE.-There was a considerable qut briskness, yet considerable purchases public sale yesterday, the Demerara and continue to be made privately, without Berbice, Jamaica, and Dominica coffee the particulars as to price, &c. transpir- sold 28. a 4s. per cwt. higher, St. Domiing; the sales since our last are entirely nigo at the advance of 1s. a 2s. ; some of of East Iudia descriptions : viz. 460 Ben- the latter in bags sold at 1028.; a consigal, 5 d. a 6 d. in bond.—120 Surat, od. derable parcel was withdrawn at 101s. 6d.: a 6 d. in bond--The arrivals, from the fine ordinary Havannah, 104s. 6d. ; good 4th to the 10th inst. inclusive ; - New ordinary brown, 1013. Od. The public sale York, 235.-Berbice, 44.--The letters this forenoon consisted of 72 casks Brifrom Liverpool received this morning state tish Plantation, 182 bags St. Domingo the Cotton market heavy.
coffee; the latter, ordinary, was with, SUGAR.—The Sugar market has been drawn at 101s.; the former, chiefly Desteady all the week: buyers come forward merara and Berbice, sold at the previous freely, but from the small quantity of prices,- good middling 120s. and 1278, Muscovades on show, they are unable The Coffee market has still every appear. to purchase, except at higher prices, ance of a further Improvement. which, in some instances, have been ac- RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.ceded to: Sugars have every appearance There have been considerable purchases of advancing; the holders are exceed. of Rum; the prices are a shade higher. ingly firm, and evince po inclination to The sales this week have not been coneffect sales. There has been a consider- fined to the lower descriptions of Jamaica able business done in refined goods, par- or Leewards, the stronger qualities have ticularly in the low description; the prices been in demand, and may be quoted 1d. per have improved: the quantity on hand is gallon biglier.- Brandies are exceedingly quite inconsiderable. By public sale yes- heavy, and are offered at prices considerterday, Havannah sugars went 25. a 3s. ably lower, without felicitating sales.lower than any previous prices: 297 chests Geneva may be quoted at a small reducwere brought forward, -- White, middling tion. quality, 36s. a 37s. 6d.; ordinary, 34s. a OILS.--The prices and demand for 368.-Yellow and brown, 21s. a 24s. 60.- Whale Oil has improved.--Seed Oils are 'This forenoon 3800 bags Bourbon sugars also higher. were brough forward by public sale: a TALLOW.-There has been very litsmall proportion sold at the reduction of 2s, tle business done lately in foreign Tallow; a 3s. per cwt. the remainder was taken the prices are however at a small improvein.-Yellow, fine, 21s. 6d. and 228.; mid- ment; to-lay yellow candle Tallow 455. dling and ordinary, 16s. a 195.---Bộown, and 15s. 6d. The Town market is quoted pos. a 178, od.
17s, which is the same as last wecki