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Sanders, W. Bristol, Ashmonger, Nov. 26, 27,
aud Dec. 31, Commercial-rooms, Bristol. (Clarke, Richards, and Medcall, Chancery.
lane Tickle, E. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, mercer,
Nov. 11, 12, & Dec. 17, Castle-inn, Nunea.
ton. (Constable and Kirk, Symond's inn Thompson, M. C. Kingston-upon-Hull, grocer,
Dec. 5, 6, and 28, Dog and Duck Tavern,
Kingston-upon-Hull. (Taylor, Clement'sThorley, 1. Manchester, merchant, Dee. 2, 21,
and 28, Bridgewater Arms-inn, Manchester,
(Ellis, Chancery-lane Underwood, H. Cheltenham, builder, Nov. 14,
15, Royal-hotel, Cheltenham, Dec. 10,
Oct. 29, and Nov.5,30. (Collins, and Wal
Nov. 30. (Gates, Cateaton-street
30, Rummer-tavern, Bristol. (Poole and
Wilson, E. and P. Methley, Yorkshire, malt.
sters, Oet, 30, Nov. 11, and Dec. 3, George
inn, Wakefield. (Walker, Exchequer-otare Whittle, w. otherwise W. Burtwhittle, Bea
minster, Dorset, tander, Nov, 20, 21, and Dec. 10, White Hart-inn, Beaninster.
(Wright, King's Bench-walk, Temple Whyte, D. Lewes, linen-draper, Nov. 12, 23,
and Dec. 21. (Wilde, Rees, and Peacock,
Dec. 5, 6, and 21, London-inn, Totnes.
(Blake, Great Surry-street, Blackfriars Woodward, E. Derby, inn-keeper, Dee. 6, 7, and
31, Hotel, and King's Head-inn, Derby. (Few, Ashmore, and Hamilton, Henrietta
street, Covent-garden Wainwright, B. Hereford, maltster, Nor.9. 9,
and Dec, 31, City-arm's Hotel, Hereford.
(Dax and Co. Guildford-street Williams, W. T. Brompton, evach master, Nov.
23, 30, and 31. (Robinson and Stine, Charter House-square
DIVIDENDS, From SATURDAY, October 19, TO Tuesday, November 19, 1822.
Anderson, A. Philpot-lane, merchant, Nov. 16 Cole, J. W. Peterborough, banker, Xos. 27 Atkins, W'. W. and S. Chipping Norton, bankers, Court, H. Fish-street-hill, straw hat manufacNov, 19
turer, Dec. 7 Armitage, W. Upperthorpe, Yorkshire, cloth Caming, T. Castle-court, Birchia lase, mer. merchant, Nov. 26
chant, Jan, 12 Asquith, T. and D. Bermondsey, and T. Mellish, Coppard, J. sen. Mitcham, drug-grinder New Kent-road, ship owners. Nov. 30
Dickens, E. Eynsford, Kent, dealer, Nor. 19 Abernethie, J. and É. Henderson, Lothbury, Dobell, J. Staplehurst, Kent, tailor, Sat, 11 merchants, Nov. 12
Dav, R. Crooked-lane, oil-broker, Nor.9 Abbott, H. R. Throgmorton-street, stockbroker, Dixie, P. P. J. and B. Falcon-square, smiibs, Nov. 23
Nov. 16 Adcock, J. St. Mary-axe, druggist, Nov. 23 Doorman, C. C. Wellclose square, sugar refiner, Ashworth, J. Manchester, grocer, Nov. 29
Nov. 12 Ayton, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant, Dec. Dickens, J. St. Stephen's Hill, Derbyshire, out 10.
ton-spinner, Nov. 27 Anderson, A, Philpot-lane, merchant, Nor. 30 Dodd, S. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant, Nov. Blowen, J. H. Miut-square, Tower-bill, gun 27 maker, Nov. 12
Douglas, J. Loughborough, merehant, Der. 7 Burgess, D. and M. Lord, Rochdale, cotton Dole, J.Carburton-street, Mary-le-bone, builder, spinners, Nov. 4
Dec. Bline, N. Water-lane, Fleet-street, printer, Dowley, J. Willow-street, Bank-side, eorp
chant, Dec.) 4 Bromley, J. Circus-street, New-road, Mary-le Edwards, J. Vine-street, Spitalfields, silk-mat bone, ironmonger, Nor. 12
Oct. 29 Bunyer, J. Whetstone, Middlesex, dealer, Nov. Eyre, W. Cockspur-street, Charing eross, trunk 16
maker, Nov. 12 Boyes, J. jun. Wansford, Yorkshire, carpet Eddison, T. Romford, Essex, linen-draper, Nov. manufacturer, Nov. 20
30 Barnett, T. Kendal, corn-merchant, Nov. 23 Edwards, T. Brighton, merchant, Dec. 14 Button, W. Bicester, Oxfordshire, inn-keeper, Foster, T. and E. S. Yalding, Kent, mallsters, Nov 26
Nov. 16 Broomhead, T. Sheffield, grocer, Nov. 30
Finer, F. Drury-lane, grocer, Nov, % Baylis, T. Curdworth, Warwickshire, dealer, Farrell, J. Prospect-place, Newington-causeway, Nov. 30
merchant, Nor. 26 Bristow, R. jun. Lloyd's Coffee-house, insurance Fuller, J. M. Worthing, linen-draper, Nor. 30 broker, Dec. 3
Friend, D. Ramsgate, shipwright. Dec. 5 Bell, J. and G. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Coopers, Farr, R. T. and P. Bristol, merchants, Dec. 14 Dec. 21
Frost, L. Macclesfield, and J. and M. Ashton. Barrett, W. Old Broad-street, merchant, Dec. 7 Liverpool, timber-merchants, Dec. 11 Bilsborough, B. Belgrave-street, Pimlico, cow. Gompertz, A, Great Winchester-st. merchant, keeper, Dec. 14
Nov. 12 Chubb, C. Portsea, ironmonger, Nov. 9
Goodwin, W. Cambridge, eurrier, Nor.16 Clough, Rev. R. Bathafern-park-Clough, R. Glyde, 1. Chard, Somersetshire, grocer, Nov. 2
B. Glanywern – D. Mason, Astradeucba Gray, T. T. Wardour-street, Soho, coal mer. Rev. I. L. Jones, Plas Madoc, Denbighshire, chant, Nov. 26 bankers
Green, I. Oxford-street, smith, Nov. 19 Cullen, R. and J. Pears, Cheapside, factors, Hay, S. Upper Lisson-street, Lisson-green, carNov. 26
penter, Nov. 19 Cane, E, Battle, Sussex, saddler, Dec. 3
Holmes, T. Long-acre,coach maker, Nov. 16. Crickett, D. Hougham, Kent, timber-merchant, Hooper, P. and Bedford, T. Bartholomew-pl Dec. 9
Bartholomew-close, Nov. 30
Hewett, G. Fair Mile House, Oxfordshire, Richardson, G. Mecklenburgh-square, and T banker, Dec. 10
Vookes, Gloucester-street, Queen-square Hayes, F. Wavertree, Lancashire, ign-keeper, Robinson, G. Wapping. ship chandler, Dec. 14 Dec. 12
Simkins, I. Store-street, Bedford-square, tailor Howard, 1. Mitcham, Surry, calico printer,
Shirley, R. Bucklersbury, carpet manufacturer, Harvey, W.G. Battle, Sussex, gunpowder-ma
Nov. 16 nufacturer, Jan. 21
Seager, S. P. Maidstone, dealer, Nov. 16 Hirst, T. Marsh, Yorkshire,cloth dresser, Dec. 11 Spencer, T. Gray's-inn-lane, livery stable keep: Halliday, T. Old South Sea House, Broad-st.
er, Nor. 19 merchant, Dec. 17
Stabb, T. and I. Preston, Torquay, Devon, and Hampshire, I. Kirkburton, Yorkshire, fulling
I. S. Prowse, Botolph-lane, London mermiller, Dec, 11
chants, Nov. 19 Jennings, C, Portsea, grocer, Nov. 12
Skinner, 0. Gorleston, Suffolk, grocer, Nov. 25 Kay, T. Princes-square, Ratcliff-highway, coal Seblesinger, M, B, Church-court, Clement's merchant, Nov. 30
lane, Lombard-st. indigo merchant, Nov. 30 King, T. Tunbridge, carpenter, Nov, 30
Spitta, C, L. F. & G. Molling, and H. A. Spitta, Keinp, W. Bath, banker, Dec. 19
Lanrence Pountney-lane, merchants. Nov. 16 Leels, T. Gerards, Cheshire, cotton spinner,
Sykes, I. and I. and W. Redfearn, Almondbury, Nov. 27
Yorkshire, fancy manufacturers, Nov. 26 Latham T. D. and Parry, I. Devonshire-square
Sidwell, R. Bath, shoemaker, Dec. 2 merchanty, Nov. 12
Somerville, I. London-wall, merchant, Dec. 3 Latter, I. Windsor, oilman, Nov. 23
Senols, I. Fenchurch-street, upholsterer, Dec: 3 Leigh, T, Manchester, plumber, Dec. 5
Searrow, T. and 1. Carlisle, wine merchant, Lappingwell, K. Croydon, linen-draper. Dec. 10
Dec. 12 Law, W. Copthall-chambers, Throgmorton-st.
Schwieso, 1. C. and F. Grosjean, Sobo-square, merchant, Nov. 23
harp manufacturer, Dec. 14 Lowes, G, Commercial-buildings, Mincing-lane,
Sinith, s. Clapham, Lancashire,merchant,Dec.13 wine merchant, Dec. 14
Samson, T. Lynn, coach maker, Dec. 14 Mitchell, E. and S. Norwich, wine merchants,
Sanders, 1. W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merNov, 5
chant, Dec. 10 Matthews, T. High-holborn, linendraper, Nov.9 Tucker, I. II. Jermyn-street, St. James's cheMcNair, Abchurch-lane, merchants, Dec. 3
mist, Nov. 23 Me Leod, 1. C. Huntley-hotel, Leicester-fields,
Turner, T. stock exchange broker, Oct. 29 Nov. 30
Trood, E. Church Staunton, Deson, coal mer Maitland, D. New Bridge-street, merchant,
cbant, Nov. 22 Nos. 30
Thompson, H. and T. Moses, Paradise-row, Ro. Major, J. W. Frome, Selwood, Somersetshire, therhithe, wine merehants, Nov. 30 clothier, Dec. 10
Travers, J. Lambeth, coal merchant, Nov. 26 Murphy, P. Charlotte-street, Bloomsbury-sq.
Tarlton, J. Liverpool, merchant, Dec. 3 wine merchant, Nov. 23
Tabrum, R. and' I. Banon, Manchester, ware, Mayor, C. Somerset-street, Portman-square,
housemen, Nov. 12 carpenter, Nov. 19
Taylor, I. Leominster, skinner, Nov. 30 Mackenzie, C.Caroline-street, Bedford-square,
Tucker, P. D. and W. Bristol, wholesale groNov. 12
cers, Dec. 10 Murray, W. Pall Mall.court, Pall Mall, tailor,
Thompson, I. and J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Nov. 26
merchants, Dec. 13 Marsaall, 1. Gerrard-street, Soho, money scrive.
Turner, W. and J. North, Mold Green, Yorkper, Nov. 26
shire, fancy clothiers, Dec. 11 Miliard S. Glocester, linen-draper, Nov. 27 Thornton, D. Kickheaton, Yorkshire, victualler, Maudslev, H. Ormskirk, plumber, Dec, 9
• Dec. 11 Marris, T. Bartop-upon-Humber, and P, Ni. Vipond, G. Ludgate Hill, Linendrarer, Nov. 9
cholson, Glamford Briggs, bankers, Dec, 10 Vincent, N. Northampton-place, Old Kend-rd. Noble, M. Battersea, engine manufacturer, draper, Nor, 12 Nov. 19
Westron, M.Wellington, Somerset, draper, Nov.9 Noble, R. Clarke's Cannon-street-road, mer. Wainewright, W.S. Fraser, R. Vose, and J. Low, chant, Nov. 30
Liverpool, and New York, merchaut-,Nov. 29 Nicholl, E. Hemel Hempstead, wine merchant, Walters, J. Studbam, lerts, farmer, Oct. 29 Nov. 23
Wilson, R. Clement's-lane, broker, Nov. 12 Nichols, N. Holborn-bridge. baker, Dec. 10 Wood, M. Myton, Kingston-upon-tlull, merOsler, 1. Truro, grocer, Dec. 12
chant, Nov. 16 Ockler, V. Terrington, Norfolk, Der. 10
White-mitli, W.Old Fish-st grocer, Nov, 9 Pothonier, F. Corporation-row, Clerkenwell, Warwick, R.Warwick Hall, Cumberland,banker distiller, Vor, 19
Nor, 13 Parker, A. Cheltenham, builder, Dec. 4
Wood, W. Wimpole-st, wax chandler, Nov. 12 Parallise, I. Newcastle-street, Strand, jeweller,
Ward, R. Maiden-lane, Battle-bridge, mustard Nov. 23
manufacturer, Nov. 16 Porthouse, T. Wigton, Cumherland, dyer. Nor, 23 Wingate, J. Bathwick, Somerset, money scrivenPeytou, W.G. Upper Thames-street, merchant, er, Nov. I Dec, 10
Weetch, S. George-st. Commercial-rd. LinenPhillips, R.Ashburnliam, Sussex, farmer, Dec.3 draper, Nov,23 Palmer, s. Burton-on the Water, Gloucester Wellington, J jun. Chard, Somerset, grocer, shire, mercer, Dec 3
Nov. 22 Pyeock, 1. Doucaster, hosier, Dec. 4
Williams, R. H. F. and M. Wilson, Liverpool, Prest, W. Lawrence Pourtney-lane, corn-fac
merchants, Dec, 10 tor, Dec. 3
Wild, W. Sheffield, merchant, Nov. 25 Pexton, I. Skipton, York, inn-keeper, Dec. 6 Wells, J. Dunstew, Oxfordshire, tailor, Nov. 23 Petiipiere, E.' South-street, Finsbury--quare, Wells, S. Middleton.garden, Pentouville, fruitmerchant, Dec. 21
erer, Nor. 26 Portlock, R. Andorer, coach maker, Dec. 14 Williams, L. W.Fleet st. wine inerchant, Nov. 26 Player, I. B. Bristol, bottle liquor merchant, Wotherspoon, M. Liverpool, merchant, Nov. 28
Willey, W. Leicester, draper, Dec. 18 Rossiter, 1. Shepton Mallet, clothier, Nov. 14 Worrall, W', and R. Williams, Liverpool, merRoyle, 1. F. Pall-mall, faney paper manufactu chants, Dec, 11 rer, Nov. 16
Williams, P. jun. Knight-bridge.draper, Dec. 14 Rucker, S. Broad-street, merchant, Nor, 16 Walker, J. Nicholas-lane, insurance broker, Rowbottom, W. Oldham, Lancashire, machine Dec, 10 maker, Nov. 22
Yonden, S. Dover, blacksmith, Dec. 4 Eur. Mag. Vol. 82.
Ou Lord Mayor's Day, 9th inst. the dilly and the principal streets. At the usual ceremonies belongiog to that city Royal Exchange some persons bissed. festival took place. The procession of About five o'clock, three bundred re Aldermen and other authorities, with spectable tradesmen, &c. sat down to all the City insignia, men in armour, &c. dinner at the Eagle Tavern, City-road, went by water to the Courts of Law at Mr. Parkins in the chair, and Mr. Hunt Westminster, where the regular forms on his right. In the course of the were gone through, and the new Lord evening, a multitude who had assembled Mayor invited the Judges to dinner. in the street, became very clamourous The procession returned by water to to see Mr. Hunt, and that gentlemas Blackfriars about 4 o'clock, and then addressed them from the balcony. went to Guildball, where a dipper was A Meeting has been held at tbe City given 1,300 guests. All the cooks, &c. of London Tavern, to consider a project belonging to Mr. Bleaden's Tavern, for preventing the frequent takiog up had been employed for a fortnight pre of the pavement in the metropolis for vious in preparing it. There were the purpose of repairing the sewers, &c. 3,000 pounds of real turtle, filling more Mr. John Williams, of Cornhill, detailed than 200 tureeps! All the delicacies to the Meeting a play of "sub_ways" in and out of season, of course. or arched passages under ground, for
On Monday, the 11th inst., Mr. Hunt, which he had obtained a patent.in who had arrived at Hounslow the day these passages, he proposed that the preceding, left that town, in a chaise, main pipes for every purpose (water, for London. As he neared the metro gas, &c.) should be placed on iroa polis, a multitude collected and accom cradles or otherwise, and the service panied him. At Knightsbridge, the pipes conducted to the houses through horses were taken from the vehicle, door-ways at intervals of 20 feet. -4 and he was drawn to the side of a ba- gentleman present observed, that, ia rouche and six, near Hyde-park Corner. Rome, ways of the kind proposed bad Before he entered the latter, an address been long in use. The Meeting ajours. of welcome was presented by the Com ed, after resolviog that another should mittee formed to regulate the proceed be held to forward the plan.. ings of the day, and Mr. Hunt ad The Order of the Garter, vacant by dressed the assembled multitude. A the death of Lord Castlereagb, has beca procession was then formed by the Saw conferred on the Marquis of Hertford yers' Benefit Society with banners and From the southern side of Waterloo music, some persons on horse-back, Bridge down to the Obelisk in St. Mr. Hunt in his barouche, dress. George's Fields, tbere will shortly be ed in his plaid cloak and a white hat, one continued range of substantial and some other barouches which fol. buildings, erected on ground whicha, lowed, containing Reformers, both male but six years ago, was a continued and female. It passed through Picca marsh or waste. In this line of build.
ing stands the Coburg Theatre; be A thoroughfare is once more to be tween which site and the bridge is the established across the centre of the New Jerusalem Chapel, built in the canal in St. James's Park.-Since the Gothic style; a little farther on, is Zion destruction of the Pagoda Bridge, the Chapel, on an extensive scale, intended utility of a passage in this direction for the use of a Baptist Congregation. bas been senibly felt, especially by the The space between that and “ The inhabitants of Westminster. A carriage Feathers" is to be raised, and, as soon road also is, we understand, to diverge as the mass is properly consolidated, a from the Park, between Marlborough foundation for a new Church will be House and St. James's Palace, by the laid, which is to be built on a similar front of Queen Charlotte's German scale to the elegant structure in the Chapel into Pall-mall. New-road, St. Pancras.
The Lady of Lieut.-Col. Sir Grey Campbell, Ca
ton House, Berks.
The Lady of Edw. Warlton, esq. Clapham
square The Lady of J. Barwis, esq. barrister, Kilkenny
Lady Charlotte Sturt, Critchell-house
The Lady of J. Burke, esq. York-street, Port
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Fawcett Miss Frances, Scaleby Cast. Carlisle Fraser, Wm. esg. Great Grimsby, to
Hardwické, Miss Jane, Beverley, Yorkshire Garnett, Rev. R. Blackburn, to
Heathcote, Miss, Southwell Gray, Rer. James A.M. Oxford, to
Poweli, Miss Catherine, Brislington
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