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I'ROM SATURDAY, NOV. 23, TO SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1822:

WITH THE ATTORNIES' NAMES.

Extracted from the London Gazette. N.B. All the Meetings are at the Court of Commissioners, Basinghall-street.

unless otherwise expressed. The Attornies' Names are between Parenthesis.

BANKRUPTS.' Austin, J. Berkhamstead, St. Peter, Herts, (Wilson, Grerille-street, Hatto-gardes

coach-maker, Dec. 10, 21, and Jan. 18. Crisp, J. Peasenhall, Sufolk, shpkeszer, Jas.

(Williams and Goddard, Grays-inn-place 2,3, 28, Angel Ina, Haleworth. (Cuia de Atherstone, J. Nottingham, dyer, Dec. 19,21, Norfolk-street, Strand

Punch Bowl, Nottingham, ( Briggs, Taylor, Dawson, T. St. Thomas's Mill, Steinhir and Would, Lincoln's-inn-fields

miller l'ec, 11, 12, Jan. 4. (watter 200 Berry, N, Hudderstield, inerchant, Dec. 21, and Barlow, Stone, * Barber, Petter. ane

Jan. 4, 25, at the Pack-horse inn, Hudders. Deaville, E. Manchester, whol:sale it. field. (Battye, Chancerv.lane

Jan, 3, 4, 21. Mosley Arpis lan, Mirche. Bridgman, E. L. Fish-street-hill, undertaker, ter. (Ilurd and Johnson, Kings Besch

Nov. 30, Dec. 7, aud Jan. 4. (Sheffield, Walk, Temple
Great Prescot-strert

Dare, W. Woking, Surrey, nurrer man, Dee. Beams, H. Lordship-lane. Surrey, stock-broker, 7, 14, Jan. 11. (Wa.thew, Wise Oor

Dec.3, 14, and Jan. 7. (Pishers, Alders. court, Fleet-street gate-street

Edwards, J. Laug barne, Carmarthessbre, Bailey, T. Shoreditoli, seedsman, Dec. 3, 10, ino-keeper, Nov.2, 29, Jan. 1. Blee loa,

and Jan. 7. (Hodgson, Salisbury.street, Sun-street, Clears. (Clarke, Richards, Strand

and Metcalf, Chancery-lane Butler, J. Milk-street, merchant, Dee. 17, 18, Edwards, T. Gerrard-street, Saho, woenen.

Jan. Il. at the White Bear inn, Manches draper, Dec. 3, 10, Jan, 11. (Sweet, Siva, ter. (Hurd and Johnson, Temple

and' Carr, Basinghall-street Ball, J. Poultry, ironmonger, Dec 10, 17, Jan. Ellis, H. Priston, Suffolk, farmer, Dec. 9, 10, 14. (James, Bueklesbury

Jan. 11, White Hart Inn, Wiekban Market, Bowken, J. Bolton-le-Moors, grocer, Dec, 21, (Hine, Temple

27. Jan. 14. Bridge Inn, Bolton-le-Moors. Errington, R. Hexham, Yortumhertad, battere (Adlington, Gregory, and Faulkuer, Bed factor, Dec. 30, 31, Jan. 19 Bor free. ford-row

Hexbam. (Addison, Verulan-buktior, Browne, J. N. Manchester, cotton spinner, Dec. Gray's-inn

24, 26. Jan. 19. Bridgewater Arms-inn, Evans, J. P. Freeman's Court, Cor.11, la*

Manchester. (Milne and Parry, Temple. stationer, Dec. 21, 28, Jan. 25. (at Balster, W. Sherborne, Dorset, Bialster, Dec. and Broughton, Falcon-square

14, 21, Jan. 18. (Nicholl's, Great Winches French, G. Whitechapel-road. proris ea agst. ter-street

Dec. 3, 10, Jan. À (Saunders, Heavad Blackband, J. Newport, Shropshire, grocer, and Matthews, L'pper Thames, street

Dec.17, 18, Jan. 21, Red Lion lan, New. Fairclough, T. Liverpool, slater, Dec. 18 19 port. (Hicks, Gray's-inn-square

Jan. 7, George Inn, Liverpool (Black Bury, J. Manchester, J.Bury, Pendlehill, Lao. stock and Bunce, Temple

cashire, and T. Bury, Bucklesbury, calico Field, J. and L. Royston, Leeds, date. printers, Jan. 1, 8, 21, Bridgewater Arms chants, Dec. 16. 17. Jan. 11, Court-1500 se, hun, Manchester. (Makinson, Middle Leeds (Robinson and Sen, Ersex steel temple

Strand Butterton, J. Drayton in Kaler, Shropshire, Glading J. Ipswick, victualler, Dec. 5. 6. Jan

money-scrivener, Jan,2,3,38. Talbot-inn, 7. Golden Lion, Ipswich (Browst), Drayton in Hales. (Baxter, Gray's-inn Gray's-inn-square plaee

Goldstein, N. High-street, Shadwell, wteseala Bennett, K. L. Liverpool, tobacconist, Jan 7, slop sellers, Dec. 7, 14, Jan, 11. fi

8, 28, King Arms m, Liverpool. (Swain, insoo, Crown-court, 'Threadneedle sin Stevens, Map cs, Pearce and Hunt, Old Groeott, J. T. Manchester, vine. neredaat. Der Jewry

16,17,Jan. 11, Star I, Manchester. Kat. Craney, J. Snow Hill, grorer, Nor, 30, Dec. 7. Manchester

Jan. 4. (Jesars. Totic, Richardson, and Gray, C. Upper Montague street, border, Gaunt, Poultry

Dec. 3,17, Jan. 11. (Mr. Bentia, Cast Clark, H. Swallowfelds, Wilts, grocer, Dec. street, Southwark

3, 4, Jan. 4, Angellon, Reading (Hamil. Glyde, J. Yeovil, Seuerset-titre, farnar Jan. ton and Twining, Berwick-street, Soho

6,7, 25, Merinaid lon, Yeovil (ne Craig, J. High lolborn, liven-draper, Dec. 3, Red Lion-square 11, Jan. il. (Hebler, Size-lane

Griffiths, W. Abergarenny, seedsman, Dee 1 Chaplin, J. Lisson-grove, St. Mary-le-bone, 28, Jan, 25, (Tusun. Brge court, Saw

bricklayer, Dec. 7, 14, Jau. 11. (Carlun, Bridge-street High-St. Mary-le-hone

Greame, H. H. Lower Fountain-place, City. Crisp W. Bramfeld, Sufolk, grocer, Dec. 23, road, merchuts. Der 24, and Jan

24, Jan, 18, New Swan, Southwold. (Pugh (Hedgson, Salisbury.street. Strand Bernard.street

Houli, L. Norwich, irva-founder, Dec. 21 h Cotterill, W'. Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire Jan. 11. Castle and Lion Inn, Vimit.

farmer, Dec. 12, 13, Jan. 18, Swan Inn (Longdi'l and Batterfield, Gray... Tewkesbury. (Edmunds, Exchequer Ottice square Lincoln's inn

Heap. w. Cobber's Nab, Lancashire, por cut, H. Painswick, Gloucestershire, clothier, Spinner, Dec, 23, 24, Jan. 18. Brilgeanter

Dec. 21, 24, and Jan. 21. (J. Chadborn, Arms Inn, Manchester. (Mume at my Gloucester, & King, Serjeant's-inn, Fleet. Temple strect

llawhes T. & C. Little Asinzdor-stant, Cenkson, J. Leeds, woollen cloth manufacturer. merchant. Dec, 17, 21, Jan. 19 martie

Dec. 20, 21, Jan. 21, Cour: house, Lecis, Grays Inn-890110

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Hulbert, T. otherwise T. S. Hulbert, Chippen soal merebant, Dec. 28, Jan 4, 28. (Kwk

ham, Wilts, linen-draper, Dec. 11. 26, Jan. man and Sons, Cannon-street 21, Bush Tavern, Bristol. (Williams and Seward, J. H. Leomiuster, inerrer, Jan. 7, 8, White, Lincoln's-inn, Old-buildings

28, Queen's Head Inn, Leominster (Coates, Hudson, T. Lower Pillerton, Warwickshire, Leominster

weaver, Dec. 30, 31, Jan. 25. (Warwick Stockdale, J. J. Strand, bookseller, Nov, 30,

Arms Inn, Warwick. (Chester, Staple Inn, Dec, 3, Jan. 4. (Neele, Strand
Jermyn, J. Great Yarmouth maltster, Dec. 6, Sowter, R. Water-street, Blackfriars, iner-

13, Jan. 4, Black Lion Tavern, Great chant, Nov. 30, Dec. 7, Jan. 7. (Hodgson,
Yarmouth. (Swain, Stevens, Maples, Salisbury-street, Strand
Pearse, and Hunt, Frederic's-place, Old Stock, G. Ashweek, Somerset, farmer, Dec. 5,
Jewry.

12, Jan. 11, White Lion Inn, Bristol. (Al. Jardine, A. Sen. Leatherhead, Surrey, draper, lington, Gregory, and Faulkner, Bedford

Nov. 30. Dec, 14. Jan. 7. (Lester, New row court, Crutched-friars.

Singer, J. Sen. Keyford, Somerset, clothier, Jones, J. C. Bridgenorth, Shropshire linen

Dec. 14, 16. Jan. 14, Wheat Sheaves draper, Dee, 6, 7, 21, Crown Inn and Inn, Frome Selwood. (Bridges and QuilRoyal Hotel, Bridgenorth. (Mayhew, ter, Red Lion-square Chancery-lane

South J. Cardiff, ironmonger, Dec. 17, 18, Jan. Jones, T. Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, Inn 14, Commercial Rooms, Bristol. (Poole

holder, Dec. 19, 20, Jan. 18, Black Horse and Greenfield, Gray's-inn-square Inn, 'Worcestershire. (Becke, Devonshire Shackle, J. Milk-street, Cheapside, hoster, street, Queen-square

Dee. 14, 21, Jan. 18. (Pearce and Sons, Kirby, T. Market Weighton, Yorkshire, com

St. Swithin's lane. mon brewer, Dec. 16, at the Cross Keys Scoti, J. Alleyfield, Cumberland, butter-dealer, Inn, Beverley, Dec, 17, Jan. 11, at the Jan, 2, 3, 21, Bush Inn, Carlisle. (Young bouse of T. Rotsey, Innholder. (Lys, and Thompson, Charlotte-row MansionLincoln's-inn fields

honse Knipe, T. Liverpool, merchants, Jan. 6,7, 28, Tuck, J. L. Haymarket, jeweller, Dec. 3, 14,

George Inn, Liverpool. (Willett, Essex Jan. 4. (Wright, 'Temple street, Temple

Thompson, J.J. Bermondsey-wall, boat-builder, Lee, F. Bocking, Essex, victualler, Dec. 16, 17, Dec. 7, 17, Jan. 11. (Jones and Howard,

Jan. 14, Horse and Groom Inn, Bocking. Mincing-lane (Taylor and Roscoe, King's Bench-walk, Turner, T. Sandridge, Herts, timber-merchant, Temple

Dec. 10, 17, Jan, 18. (Roche, Charles. Marks, M. Romford, Dec. 3, 10, Jan. 4. (Hall, street, Covent-garden Great James-street, Bedford-row

Todd, D. J. Douglas, and D. Russel. Pleet. Matthews T. Ross, Herefordshire, currier, Dec. street, and W. Russell, Bow Church yard,

9, 10, Jan. Il. King's Head Inn, Ross, drapers. Dec. 21, Jan. 4, 25. (Hurd and (Bridges and Quilter. Red Lion-square

Johnson, Temple Martelly, L. H. Finsbury square, niercbant, Weston, E. J. and R. Manchester, hop dealers,

Dec. 7, 14, Jan. 11. (Parren, Serivener Jan. 3, 4, 28, Dog Tavern, Manehester, and Stuart, King's Arms-yard, Coleman (Willis, Watson, and Bower, 'Throgwortowstreet

street Matthews, T. Starston, Norfolk, farmer, Jan. Walker, E. Huddersfield, clothier, Dec. 4. 11,

3, 4, 25. Rampant Horse Inn, Norwich. Jan. 4, Pack Horse Inn, Huddersfield, (Mr. (Fairbank, Staple Inn

Battye, Chancery-lane Morgan, J. Elder street, Norton Falgate, lead Wingfield, G. Worthing, Sussex, innkemper,

pipe, manufacturer, Dec. 21, Jan. 4, 25. Dec. 9, 10, Jan. 11, New Inn, Worthing. (Puddicome, Thavies-inn

(Hicks, Gray's-inn.square Nettleton, W. Edgeware-road, victualler, Dec. Wheeler, J. Frome Selwood, Somerset, clo

3,10,Jan. 4. (Wiglesworth and Ridsdale, thier, Dec. 14, 16. Jan, 14, Wheat Sheuves Gray's-inn-square

Inn, Frome, Selwood. (Ellis, HolbornPearson, T. Oxford-street, oilman, Nov, 20, court, Gray's-inn

Dec. 7, Jan. 4. (Popkin, Dean-street, Suho Wiltshire, J. Wootton Bassett, Wilts, sadaler, Passman, J. Old-street-road, merchant, Nov, Dec. 20, 21, Jan. 18. Angel Inn, Wootten

30, Dec. 13, Jan. 7. (Hodson, Salisbury Bassett. (Thompson and Jay, Gray's-innstreet, Strand

place Paul, J. Winchester, malster, Jan. 3, 4, 25, Wilcox, J. Madeley Wood, Syropshire, grocer,

Black Swan Inn, Winchester. (Minchin, Jan. 7,8, 21, Bull's Head Inn, Wellington. Verulum buildings

(Benbow and Alban, Lincoln's-inn Pile, M. Jun. Sidmouth, Devon, cabinet maker, Watts, R. Laurence-poulteney-hill, merchant,

Jan. 2, 6, London Inn, Exeter, Jan. 28. Dec. 17, 21, Jan. 21. (Swain, Stevens, Ma. Dolphin Inn, Honiton. (Lys, Lincoln's-inn ples, Pearse, and Hunt, Old Jewry fields

Wych, J. Ashtoo-under-line, Lancashire, timRoylame, S. Liverpool, merchant, Jan. 8, 9, 28, ber-merchant, Globe tavern, Ashton-under

York Hotel, Liverpool. (Mason, New line. (Battye, Chancery-lane
Bridge-street

Wells, W. Burton-hole, Hendon, Middlesex. Ridley, W. and D. Wilson, Whitehaven, cur. hay salesman, Dec. 17, 28. Jan 25. (Allen,

riers, Dec. 10, 11, Jan. 4, Black Lion Inn, Gylby, and Allen, Carlisle-street, SoboWhitehaven. (Clennell, Staple Im

square Rainy, G, Marshall-street, Cavendish-square, Woodivard, E. Whetstone, Middlesex, buteher,

ironmonger, Nov.30, Dec. 7, Jan. 4, (Bulls, Dec. 21, 24. Jan. 25. (Willis, Watson, and Holles-street, Cavendieb square

Bower, Warnford - court, ThrogmortonRiethmuller, C. U. Mark-lane, broker, Dec. 10, street

17, Jan. 11. (Lewis, Crutched friars Yates, J. A. Weymouth, ironmonger, Jan. 2, 3, Roy C. Le, Pall-mall, Haberdasher, Dec. 7, 14, 25. Commercial Rooms, Bristol, (Bour.

Jan. 14. (Leigh, Charlotte-row, Mansion dillion and Hewitt, Bread-steeet, Cheaphouse

side Spedding, R. G. Jun. Bickmansworth, Herts,

DIVIDENDS, From Saturday, November 23, to SATURDAY, Deceber 21, 1822. Alvin, R. P. Elm-street, Gray'g-ino-lane, ale Armstrong, G. J. Princer-square. Ratelia. brewer Jan. 7.

highway, coal-merchant, Deo. 14.

Andrews, E. Worcester, bookseller, Dec. 18. Law, W. Copihall-chambers, Throgmortue
Atkinson, T. Manchester, shop-keeper, Dec. 23 street, merchmt, Dee. 21
Andrew, S. and H. Mickleburst, Cheshire, wool. Lind, T, Hem Heath, Staffordshire, carpenter,
len-manufacturers, Dec. 31.

Dec. 21
Anderson, A. Salter's-hall-court, Cannon-street, Longhurst, W. Tonbridge, ironmonger, Dec 21,
Jan. 14

Lynn, T. Jerusalem Cotfee-house, Corrlatila
Browne, J. and J. Gregson, Charles-street, merchant, Dec. 14

Grosvenor-square, upholsterers, Nov. 30 Lucas, R. and H. Southampton, liped-drapen,
Bamford, R. Pontefract. maltster, Dec. 17

Jan. 8
Bland, J. Fen-court, insurance broker, Dec. 17. Lloyd, W. and W'. Lower Thames-street, slop
Bickerton, W, Oswestry, Shropshire, druggist, sellers, Dec. 28
Dec, 19

Little, A. Honley Woodhook, Yorkshire, che
Butcher, T. Mitchel Dean, Gloucestershire, thier, Jan. 6
timber-dealer, Jan, 13

Miller, J.C. and A. Bishopsgate street, merBroughton, J. Linthwaite, Yorkshire, cloth. chants, Nov. 30 merchant, Jan. 4

M'Camley, P. Liverpool, merchant, Der 16 Benson, J. R. Artillery-place, Finsbury-square, Morgan, G.M. Queenhithe, wholesale statxuez, merchant, Dec. 28

Dec. 21
Bliss, N. Water-lane, Fleet-street, printer, Dec. Nicoll, E. Hemel Hempstead, Herts, wine-met

chant, Dec. 14
Cuming. T. Castle-court, Birchin-lane, mer Nutter, H. and J. and T, Wake, Huddersdeld,
chant, Jan. 11

merchant, Jan. 6 Coleman, T Birmingham, carrier, Dec. 14 Orr, J. Barge yard, Bucklersbury, Derebah, Carlell, C. Bury St. Edmunds, carpenter, Dec. Dec. 7 20

Palerin, H. P. Lloyd's Coffee-house, insurance Cawson, J. Liverpool, broker, Dec. 20

bruker, Dec, 14 Chafer, W. Kingston-upon-Hull, grocer, Dec. Parlet, T. Bath, mason, Dec. 17 31

Parry, T. R. Seaton, and J. Armitage, Masebet Carter, R. Hertford, farmer, Jan. 14

ter, cotton-spinners, Dec. 19 Day, J. and J. Spratswell, Tavistock-street, Parsons, J. Swaffham, Nortolk, linen-draper. Covent-garden, diapers, Jan, 7

Dec. 26
Dodd, J. and W. Kirkeswald, Cumberland, gro Palmer, S. Bourton-on-the-Water, Glucester-
cers, Dec, 19

shire, mercer, Dec. 17
Dobell, J. Cranbrook, Kent, currier, Dec. 17 Payn, T. and J. D. Cateatos-street, wareboas
Deakin, T. and T. Dyer, Birmingham, dealers, men, Dec. 31
Jan. 10

Peirson, T. and W. Sammon, Russia-rom, Wi-
Daniel, G. and W. Cross, Birmingham, mer street, Irish factors, Jan. 7
chauts, Dec. 28

Reay, T. South Shields, merchant, Jan. 21 Dixon, T.R. and G.J. Heckman, George-street, Rendall, J. Bridport, painter, Jab. 7 Spitalfields, sugar-retiners, Jan. 14

Relly, R. Southainpton-row, Bloomsbury, nagDavidson, W. Liverpool, inerchant, Jan.7

milliner, Vor, 30
Davison, G. Upper Berkeley-street, Portman. Ross, A. and J. Murray, Leadenball-builings.
square, upholsterer, Jan. 25

Gracechurch-street, werebanta, Jan 7
Day, R. H. Tovil, Kent, seed-crusher, Dec. 17 Rymill, W. Banbury, Oxon, currier, Dec ?!
Edmonds, E. Newport, Monmouthshire, draper, Robinson, T. and R. Hancock, banchester, co
Jan. 7

ton-nerchants, Dec. 23
Edleston, R. and E. Blackburn, cotton-manu Rothery, J. and T. Pape, Leeds, seed-crushers,
facturers, Jan. 15

Jan. 7,8
Farrer, R. Bread-street, Cheapside, warehouse Shepard, S. Wellington, Shropshire, tasker,
inan, Dec. 21

Jan. 20
Fildes, J. Lamb's-conduit-street, upholsterer, Snape, W. Lichfeld, mereer, Dec. 16
Dec. 21

Sanders, J. Coventry, auctioneer, Dec. 20
Fuller, J. M. Worthing, Sussex, linen-draper, Searight, B. Liverpool, merchant, Dec. 19
Dec. 28

Smith, J. Manchester, dealer, Dee. 23 Fletcher, P. C. and T. Queenhithe, coal mer Smith, J. H. Bristol, auctioneer, Dec, chants, Jan. 4

Stevens, D. G. Harlow, Essex, lisen-drapet.
Fearne, C. Old Broad-street, merchant, Jan. 25 Dec, 29
Griffith, T. Hillmorton, Warwickshire, victual Slater, R. and J. Samlesbury-mill, Lancashire,
ler, Dec. 23

cotton-spinners, Jan 7
Gritis, T. High-row, Knightsbridge, plumber, Sandford, W. and J. Box, Salford, drers, Jan 6,
Nov. 26

Sampson, S. Size lane, auctioneer, Jan. 14 Goose, T. Cawston, Norfolk, cattle-jobber, Dec. Thompson, B. Globe-stairs, Rotherhitbe, ship 27

builder, Dec. 11 Gooch, A. Norwich, bombazine manufacturer, Thompson, H. and T. Moles, Paraiise-pow, Re Dec, 23

therhithe, wine-merchant, Dee. 14
Gorton,J. Henry-street, Hampstead-road, smith Turnbull, J.J. Forbes, R. A. Crawford, and I
Jan. 11

Skene, Broad-street, merchants, Jan 1
Hulse,s. Nottingham, silversmith, Dec, 19 Thornley, J. Manchester, bat-uan:Saetret,
Hassell, J. Richard-street, Islington, bookseller, Jan. 18
Nov. 30

Vincent, J. Regent-street, Mary-le-boue, vietu
Ilunter, J. Barge-yard, Bucklesbury, merchant, aller, Dec. 17
Dec. 7

Welch, J. Ainsworth, Lancashire, outtaa cuenthe
Horton, W: S. Rochdale, Lancashire, woollen manufacturer, Dec. 14
manufacturer, Jan. 3

Wilson, J. Worknep, Nottinghamshire, tutt
Harrison, W. Yeldersley, Derbyshire, dealer, scrivener, Dec. 23
Dec. 31

Wilkins, G. Bradford, Wilts, vietua'ler, Dec.
Irving, N. Carlisle, inn-keeper, Dec. 20

21 Johnson, J. Leamington, Warwickshire, drug. Webster, R. and W. Bishop Wearmatl, Du: gist, Dee. 21

ham, Dec. 23 Johnson, J. Sculcoates, Yorkshire, corn-factor, Williams, J. Corphill, stationer, Jan 21 Dec. 31

Wood, 'T. and R. and W. Troughton, SathartKemp, W. Bath, banker, Jan. 10

bottom, Surrey, Jan. 18 Knight, J. Barton-under-Needwood, draper, Whitehead, G. jun. and G. Clarke. Basin ball Dec. 26

street, Blackwell-hall factors Jan. 19 Leerl, J. and J. Hinchcliffe, Cateaton-street, Ward, R R. Maiden-lane, Baule-bridge wholesale hosiers, Dec.3

tard-manufacturer, Jan. 18

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The only remarkable occurrence we under a warrant from the Magistrates have to record during the last month, of the Head Office, and fully committed is an attack that has been made on the op the above capital charge. Viceroy of Ireland (the Marquis Wel Matthew Handwick is committed for Iesley) while he was at the Theatre at conspiring to cause a riot, and for acDublin. Some outrageous orangemen, tnally, with others, having caused one enraged at the liberal policy pursued on the night in question. by the Noble Marquis, for the benefit William Graham and William Brownof that portion of the British empire, low have been apprehended on a warnot only insulted him by bissing and rant, charging them that they did, booting, but threw bottles and rattles on the night of the 14th instant, conwith an intent, it is supposed, of kill. spire and combine, together with others, ing him. The Privy Council has in to commit a riot, and that they did acvestigated all the particulars connected tually commit a riot in the Theatre. with the outrage. This investigation The distress in the county of Galway has been carried on under the direction is now at the greatest height. There of the Attorney and Solicitor-General; are very few gentlemen of even from and evidence has been disclosed, it is 2,0001.10 5,0001. per annum (nominally) said, which throws a deeper tinge of who can shew their faces out of doors desperate maligoity over ihis horrible for fear of being arrested.-As to obaffair than was at first imagined possi- taining rents, it is next to an impossible. The Head Police and College. bility, as many tenants are really unastreet offices have also been engaged ble to pay, and others take advantage in the development of this atrocious of their not having been paid themtransaction. Applications had been selves by the under tenants, and assert made, whilst these examinations were their inability, so that those land owopending, to admit the persons held in ers who have to pay the interest of custody to bail : bail was refused, how. money lent to them, jointures or annui. ever, and others were subsequently ties, are obliged to hide themselves. taken into custody.

No price is to be obtained for any arThe following persons were fully ticle, save whiskey, and those gentlecommitted, from which it appears that men, who, twelve months ago, were the the proceedings have at length assumed most active in preventing the making a decisive character :

of it, are now obliged to wink at illicit Henry Handwick and George Gra. distillation, in order to procure a few ham were fully committed by Counsel. pounds. Government are doing what lor Gabbett, for having, with divers they can, but nothing effectual is in other persons, feloniously conspired, their power. Provisions are very cheap. confederated, and agreed to kill and A turbot that would dine six people, murder his Excellency Richard Marquis 2s. 6d. Turkeys are 10d. each. Beef Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 3d. Mutton 2 d. per pound.

Mr. James Forbes was apprehended We trust and believe, that the plan

of holding a Third Assize in the Home sessions. This honorary banquet look District will be attended with such be place at the Albion tavera, Aldersgate. neficial effects, that it will be extended street. to every district. There are al pre The King's Theatre will open on the sent in the Kent County Gol no 4th of January, with Rosidi's Opera of fewer than ninety-one prisoners for N Tancredi, in which Madame Bortrial, the greater number of whom gondio makes her first appearance in would, but for this assize, have to lie this country. The opera has been in gaol three months longer before already twice rebearsed. It was first they conld be brought to trial. A intended to commence the season with man committed in August last might Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito, but the have had to lie in gaol upwards of Manager bas, on second consideration, seven months, and at the expiration of thought it more expedient to give Ma. that period be acquitted by a Jury of dame Borgondio the earliest opportuhis country of the charge laid against uity of making her debut before a him. The general good must occasion British public. Among the improve. some individual inconvenience, but it inents made at the Kiog's Theatre daris in every point of view, desirable to ing the recess is that of a new stage. shorten the period of imprisonment The magaificent edibce now build. before trial as much as possible. ing in Piccadilly, for Mr. Alexander

LORD AMHERST.-The Honourable Bearing, is expeeted to be finished Court of Directors of the East India and furnished by Lady-day nest. ('ompany gave a grand dinner to this A plan is said to be in preparation nobleman, in consequence of his ap- to light all the public clocks in Londoa pointment to the important station of with gas by night. Governor General of our Asiatic Pos.

BIRTHS.

SONS.

"The Lady of Captain Patterson, of the Can The Lady of Mr. Bartley, of Covent Garden ning, East India man

Theatre "The Lady of Wm. Bell, esg. Streatham Hill, The Lady of R. Walmsley, esq. Kensington Surry

The Lady of Dr. Birbeck, Broad-street The Lady of Major Sweetenham, Somerford, The Lady of Major General Sir Patrick Rosa, Booton Hall, Cbeshire

Millbrook, Hants The Lady of the Rev. Barne Phillips, St. Jobn The Lady of

Haydn, esq. Historical street, New Town, Chichester

Painter The Lady of John Sutton Shugar, esq. Porte The Lady of the Rev. T.H. Ripley, Woottm mouth

Bassett The Lady of the Hon. Mr. Careleton

The Lady of C. Power, Esq. Falmouth The Lady of the Ilon. Mr. Ivby, Llanidan, An The Lady of Lient. Col. Downman, R. H. AN glesea

tillery, and ('. B. The Lady of W. Maberley, esq. Charles-street, The Lady of Mr. Stroud, Newington-causeris Manchester-square

The Lady of D. Carruthers, esq. St. Arran's, The Lady of Cyril J. Monkhouse, esq. Craven. Monmouthshire street, Strand

The Lady of Joshua Blackbarn, esą. LiqerThe Countess of Verulam, Gorbambury

pond-street 'The Lady of Charles Phillips, esq. Southamp. "The Lady of the Rer. G. Ernest, Hovman.

ton-buildings

DAUGHTERS.

The Countess Brownlow, Betton House, Lin.

colnshire
The Lady of J. Platt, esq Burton-crescent
The Lady of Matthew Munro, esy. Loperwood

House, Hants,
Lady Harriet Drummond, Albany Park
The Lady of H. 0. Connor, esq. Mountjoy.

square, Dublin
The Lady of Captain Bradshaw, R.N.
The Lady of Henry Seymour, esq.
The Lady of Henry Boldero, esq. Queen-street,

May-fair
The Lady of Wm. Fox, esq. Russell-square
The Lady

of Capt. Stanhope Badcock, Bellevue
Lodge, Richniond
The Lady of the Hon. J. T. Leslie Melville,
Wimpole-street

The Lady of John Tyrrell, esq. Underwood

Cottage, near Exeter
The Lady of Spencer Mackay, esq.

Gloucester
place
The Lady of the Rev. R. H. Champain (el

twins, still born) The Lady of J. B. Heath, esq. Bloomsbury

place The Lady of Dr, Mogg, Bennett-street, Bath The Lady of Major Edward Wildman, 6th Dri

goon Guards The Lady of Mr. C. Burlo, Old Jewry The Lady of T. Clarke, esq. Lincoln's-is

fields
The Lady of James Christie, esq. Orange-hin,

Edgeware
The Lady of Geo. Dryedale, esq. Princes"-place,
Kennington

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