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Boyce, J.jun. Wansford, Yorkshire, July 13
[20 Hipkins, T. and C. C. Sumner, Hillingdon, July Hornman, H. F. Queen-st. Cheapside, July 20 Hitton, J. St. Martin's-le-grand, August 3 Hodges, C. Hampshire, August 17 Hopwood, J. and W. T. J. Horwich, August 2 Howkins, J. M. T. and C. W. Poplar, July 16 Hampson, R. and T. Liverpool, July 16 Hill, W. Denton-green, Lancashire, July 18 Handley, J. Cotter, Staffordshire, July 26 Hemerick, J. W. Liverpool, July 31 Johnson, T. and T. Laystoft, Suffolk, July 13 Jones, T. P. Carmarthen, July 24 Jacobs, T. and S, W. Oxford, July 27 Jump, J. and H. T. Fore-street, August 3 Jamison, T. Ironmonger's lane, July 20 Judd, J. Derby, July 18 Knowles, J. and W. H. Salford, June 26 Kendrick, F. Holborn, & G, T. Aldgate, July 27 Lippard, J. Deptford, July 27 Lubbren, F. M. Newcastle, August 15 Lea, W. & J. Paternoster-row, July 16 (July 27 Lynn, T. Jerusalem Coffee-house, Cornhill, Lapage,S, Clement's-lane, July 27 Lesingham, T, Worcester, July 23 Mackensie, A. J. and Roper, H. Cross-st. Fins
bury-square, July 27 Mai D. New Bridge-street, July 27 Martin, W. Leadenhall-market, August 3 Mallorie, W. Leeds, August 6 Mitchell, F. New Malton, Yorkshire, August 6
Mackavoy, E. Greenwhich, July 27
Kensington, August 6 Sissell, T. Jewin-street, July 20 Simons, S. Hilperton, July 27 Scott, C. Manchester, August 6 Samson, T. Lynn, July 27 Simpson, R. Crown-ct. Threadneedle-st. July 27 Shoebridge, Kensington, Jaly 27 Steevens, J. Stafford, July 27 Symonds, C. and T. W. Watling-street, July 27 Spear, J. Sheffield, August 5 Stein, R. and J. Fenchurch-street, June 29 Saunderson, R. Doncaster, July 18 Sherwood, W. Liverpool, July 27 Sackett, T. Bermondsey, July 16 Seager, S. P. Maidstone, July 2 Tollervey, H. W. Portsea, August 9 Thompson, C. and P. Cornhill, July 26 Taylor, F. Adlington, August 2 Tucker, J. H. Jermyn-street, St. James's July 9 Ugarre, de D. Wilson-st. Finsbury-sq. Aug, 6 Upton, G. Queen-street, July 27 Whittenbury, N. Manchester, August 8 Woodcock, C. Norwich, July 27 Watts, W.Gysport, July 26 Woodcock, W. Preston, July 10 Woodcock, J. 'Truro, July 27 Waddington, J. Reading, July 15 Wilson, W. Sbakspeare-walk, Shadwell, July 6 Watson, H. and J. Friday-street, July 20 Watkins, W. Norton, August 5 [August 7 Whiteside, R. F. H. and H. T. Whitehaven, Wornell, W. Downton, July 22 Webb, W. and H. Bristol, July 23 Webster, J. Derby, June 7 Witchurch, J. Worship-st. Finsbury-sq. May 11 Wibberley, R. Liverpool, May 21 Williams, W. and W. A. New Bond-st. May 28 Woolven, T. Andover, May 30 Wright, T. Stourport, May 28 Washburn, J. Great Marlow, June 8 Young, T. Macheen, Monmouth, June 3 Young, Peter, and A. R. Wapping, May 11
Notice of opposition to the discharge of any prisoner must be entered in the book at the office, 33, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, three clear days, exclusive of Sunday, before the day of hearing. The schedules are filed and may be inspected every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, between the hours of ten and four, up to the last day for entering opposition.
Petitions to be heard at Westminster,
6th August, at nine.
Benson, Joseph, of 9, St. John-street-road,
Clerkenwell, commercial-clerk Bird, James Barry, of George-yard, Lombard
street, of Exchange-bdgs, of the firm of Dra. per and Bird, last of Tokenhouse-yd, and
Furnival's-inn, Holborn, Middlesex gentleman Broomfield, John, of 34, Hamilton-row, Penton
ville, last of 24, Grove place Colston, William, of Crown-street, Westmin.
ster, piano-forte maker Davis, David, John, of Deal, Kent, hatter, last of
Middlesex-st, Aldgate, grocer and cheese
monger De Queiboz, Joze Morei Moreia, of Albion-pl.
Christchurch, last of Gt. Surrey-st. merchant Dimmock, Moss, late of 8, Bow-lane, Cheapside,
London, stationer Fowler, Jesse, Soaper, of King-st. Islington, of
Pollard's-row, Bethnal-green, of 15 and 16, Church-row, Bethnal-green, of the Spa road, Bermondsey, of 97, Long-lane, Bermondsey, last of 23, William-street, Harper -st. Kent-rd.
blacking manufacturer Gregg, Henry Robert, of Fleet-lane, London,
refiner and mould maker Joy, William, of Saxilby, near Lincoln, farmer,
timber and coal merchant Mason, John Wilkes, of 5, White Horse-street,
Piccadilly, servant to a coach proprietor Pearce, Thomas, of Peckham, bricklayer Perrin, Stephen, of Windlesham, chandler-shop
keeper, last labourer and farmer Portas, John, of Hainton, last of Minten, both
in Lincolnshire, farmer Ramsden, James, of 5, Baker's-row, Whitecha
pel, Middlesex, smith Sawtel, William, of Curry-Rivell, Somerset
shire, saddler Street, John, of Bursledon, near Southampton,
shipwright and victualler Stuart, John, of Angel-ct. Throgmorton-street,
of Strong's-buildings, Poplar, saddler Suter, John, of Greenwich, coach-proprietor Tarver George, of Minestead, near Southamp
ton, farmer and dealer in cattle Wheeler, George, jun. of Phænix-terrace,Back
road, Islington, salesman and dealer in cattle.
Hencsey, Patrick, of 5, Union-gt. Blackfriar's.
road, breeches maker and dealer in fruit Knatchbull, J. of Queen's-row, Brompton, late
captain in the navy Langdale, T. of Cloughton, of Stanton-dale, last
of Burnston, Yorkshire, farmer Masters, E. of Newcastle-st. Southwark, of
Back-lane, Deptford, baker Millington, T. of 1, Snead's-court, Piccadilly, of
13, Upper Baker-st. Paddington, of 31, Newnham-st. Edgeware-road, of Dorset-cottage, New-road, servant, and last of 1, Junction-pl.
Harrow-road, Paddington, green-grocer Moraley, H.of Bermondsey-st. Southwark, corn
chandler and labourer in the East India Company's warehouse, last of the Maze, Bermond
sey, green-grocer and labourer Pavy, R. of Trowbridge, Wilts, miller, last meal
man and cheesemonger Neale, J. of Blue Anchor-lane, and Bermondsey
wall, Surry, of Hounslow, of Mitchell-st. St. Luke's, of White Horse-court, Borough, of Little Charlotte-st. Blackfriar's-road, of the Isle of Guernsey, last of Newington-butts,
smith and iron-founder Radford, w.of Richmond, last of Acton, Middle
sex, baker Rolleston, W. of Cold Ashby, last of Wold, Northamptonshire, farmer Trench, f. late of Downing-st. and of Mason's
yard, Duke-st. St. James's, cabinet-maker. Wake, R. B. of Morton, near Gainsborough,
Lincolnshire, timber-merchant, ship-builder,
and ship-owner Walker, Eliza, alias Elizabeth Williams, of
Buckingham-st. Fitzroy-sq. of Petter-lane, of Buckingham-st. of Carmarthen-st. of Thornhaugh-st. of Pancras-lane, last of Gresse-at.
Tottenham-court-road, spinster White, J. S. of Tolleshunt, Darcy, last of Great
Braxted, Essex, farmer.
Guildhall, Dover, August 9, at eleven.
August 12, at nine. Bell, W. of Brick-lane, Whitechapel, of Stock
ton-upon-Tees, Durham, of Long-lane, Ber. mondsey, last of Amelia-st. Walworth, currier
and leather-cutter Bellenie, w. of Greenhill's-rents, West Smith
field, tailor Blakey, E. of Wimpole-st. of George-st. last of
Upper Baker-st. Portman-89. milliner and
dress-maker Elliott, W. of St. Martin's-st. Leicester-sq. car
penter and cabinet-maker Evans, T. late of Dartmouth, master-mariner. Harris, T. of Kagland, Monmouth, farmer
Shirchall, Carmarthen, Aug. 10, at ten. Thomas, Joseph, of Llanglwydwen-mill, Llang
lwydwen, Carmarthenshire, miller. County-hall, Coventry, Aug. 12, at ter. Bainard, James, sen. of Longford, Foleshill, Co
ventry, toll-collector of the Coventry canal navigation, last of Coventry, labourer.
Jury-room, Monmouth, August 13, at
eleven, Erans, Walter, of St. Arrans, Monmouthshire
farmer and butcher.
REMARKABLE INCIDENTS IN THE MONTH.
Loftus, W. T. esq. of the 4th Light Dragoons, to
Taylor, Major 81st Regt. Halifax, N. A. to
George, Miss, daughter of Sir Rupert George.
Antigua 17-Donelly, F. S. egg. commanding Tarhare, near Lyons, 37
Nicholls, Mrs, at Madrag, 36
Lieut. 4th M.N.I. at Condipilla, East Indies,18 Thelluson, infant son, and heir of Lord Rendle.
Ludlow, A. esq. of Heywood-house, Wilts, at deira-Webster, Capt. J. E. of the 22nd N. I
METROPOLITAN OCCURRENCES, : His Majesty has finally resolved to Aug. 21.—Haverfordwest, Aug, 27.visit Scotland this year. It is under Cardigan, Sept. 2.-Radnorshire, Aug. stood his Majesty will arrive in Edin 19, at Presteign.-Breconshire, Aug. burgh early in the month of August, 24, at Brecon.-Glamorganshire, Aug. and his sojourn there, it is said, will 31, at Cardiff--Merionethshire, Aug. not exceed a fortnight, during which 6, at Dolgelly.-Carnarvonshire, Aug. time he will hold a Drawing-room or 12, at Carnarvon.-Anglesy, Aug. 17, two at Holyrood House. His Majesty at Beaumaris. will proceed direct to Leith, by water, Six thousand pounds is said to be and return by land, through the inte the sum taken at the door of the Royal rior of the country. The King embarks Academy, for admissions to view the at Greenwich. His horses are gone by late Exhibition. land. His Majesty's suite and ser The sum subscribed in England for vants embark in steam yachts.
the relief of the distress in Ireland Revenue. There is an increase in amounts to upwards of 200,0001. the year ending 5th July, of 780,0001. The total amount of money paid by beyond the year preceding, in the de the county of Middlesex, for the last partment of the Customs. In the Ex seven years, for expenses of witnesses cise, an increase of 791,0001. The attending to give evidence at the Old Assessed Taxes are less by about Bailey, was 38,5901. 198. 8d. 153,0001. than they were last year. The Lord Melville steam yacht left In the Stamp Duties there has been an her moorings at the Tower on Wednese increase of 102,0001. In the Land Tax, day, the 17th ipst. at seven o'clock, an increase of 133,0001. and in the with about 120 passengers on board, Miscellaneous Services, about 28,0001. and six carriages, for Calais, which she In the Post Office there is a small de reached at seven o'clock that day; and crease upop the whole year. There is having disembarked her passengers and a decrease on the present Quarter, luggage, took on board six cbaldrons compared with the corresponding Quar of coals, and between forty and fifty ter of last year, of 35,0001.--On the passengers, with their luggage, prowhole year the increase is somewhat ceeded for London, and arrived at the above 1,600,0001. beyond the produce Tower op the following morning, at seof the year before.
ven o'clock-The Margatesteam yachts The harvest this year will be as early frequently go the whole distance from as that of 1789, when corn of all kinds London at the rate of 14 miles an hour, was housed before the end of August. Madame Catalani has exerted her
Summer Circuit Carmarthenshire, extraordinary powers for the benefit of Eur. Mag. Vol. 82, 1822.
the distressed Irish-also Mademoiselle must have entered into the buttress Noblet, whose benefit amounted to no having been stopped up when that less a sum than 2001. No class of peo- part of the edifice last went under reple contribute so much in proportion to pair. Both the cat and rat are now in their means, either in talent or money, the possession of Mr. Roberts, the arto benevolent purposes, as public per- chitect, and are considered great curiformers.
osities. A memoranda of supplies of provi The following is the intended distrisions which have been dispatched and bution of the cavalry in Great Britain ordered to the Western and Southern for the present year: Parts of Ireland :
King's Dragoon Guards, Manchester, About 5000 Tons of Potatoes.
Birmingham, and Coventry, from Tre1000 Tons of Oatmeal.
land ; 2d ditto (Bays), York, Leeds, &c. 450 Bags of Flour.
3d ditto, Newcastle-upon-Type and 2000 Barrels and Bags of Wheat. Carlisle, from Scotland; 4th ditto, from
21 Tons of Barley Meal. Scotland; 7th ditto, from Manchester, 1100 Bags of Biscuit.
&c. to Edinburgh ; Royal Dragoons, The perfect bodies of a cat and a from Weymouth to Canterbury, and rat, the former in a watchful position Ipswich; Scots Greys, from Birmingover the rat, which was cringing in a ham, &c. to Glasgow; 31st Light Dracorner, were found in a hollow part of goons, from Ireland to Brighton ; 9th one of the buttresses or supporters of Lancers, to Weymouth, Exeter, &c.; St. Olave's Church, Southwark, which 10 Hussars, to Ireland; 14th Light is now repairing, quite dead, but in the Dragoons, to Nottingham, &c.; 15th highest state of preservation. They Hussars, to Houuslow; the 16th Lanare supposed to have been there some cers are in daily expectation of emcenturies, from the aperture where they barking for India. BIRTHS IN AND NEAR THE METROPOLIS.
Mrs. Walford, Gower-street
The lady of Sir C. Dalrymple
Mrs. Royes, Charter-house-square Mrs. Kendricks, Queen Anne--st. Cavendish sq. Mrs. Arthur Clarke, Bishopsgate-street-without The lady of Capt. Marryat, R.N. Cleveland-row Lady Charlotte M'Gregor Murray Mrs. Niven Kerr, Pensbury-place
Mrs. Tower, Richmond Mrs. Horatio Leggatt, Royal Terrace, Adelphi The lady of Capt. Digby, R.N. Upper Harley-sq.
Mrs. Ottywell Robinson, Argyll-street
The lady of Sir Hudson Lowe, Hanover-square Mrs. J. B. Lonsada, jun. Brunswick-square Mrs. H. Bonatos, Brentford Butts Mrs. S. Smith, Weymouth-street
Mrs. Tilley. Chelsea The lady of Thomas Denman, esq. M.P.
Mrs. Charles Shewell, Newington, Surrey Mrs. J. S. Winstanley, Upper Tooting
Mrs. Harford, Balham-hill 'The lady of Lieut.J, A. Collins. Ist Royal Regt. Mrs. J. II. Merivale, Woburn-place Lady Jane Neville, Audley-end
Mrs. William Wightman, Euston-square Mrs. Jeffery, Weymouth-street
Mrs. David F. Jones, Great Russell-street The lady of Lieut.-General, J. T. Layard, Bath Mrs. C. D. Bowles
MARRIAGES IN AND NEAR THE METROPOLIS.
Alder, W. esq. Goswell-street-road, to
Coppin, widow of the late Captain Coppin Atkinson, Sir George, Hilsborough, Ireland, to
Scott, Miss H. Harton-House, Durham
Miles, Miss Emma Ann
Mucklow, Miss Mary, Old Brentford
Allen, Miss Elizabeth, Ballingdon, Essex Bethune, H. L. esq. Kilconquhar, co. Fife, to
Trotter, Miss Couts, Durham-park, Herts Bulivant, Mr. Thomas, Kennington-common, to
Vigers, Miss Mary Chapel
Stirling, Miss S. Earl's-court
Williams, Miss H. Albemarle-street
Byles, Mr. Samuel Henley-upon-Thames, to
Barbet, Miss Elizabeth, old Artillery Ground
Jones, Miss, Prince-street, Lambeth
Myers, Miss M. John-street, America-square
Taylor, Miss E. Frederick-pl. Hampstead-rd.
Spicer, Miss Ellen Sarah
Broadbent, Miss Diana, Lawrence-lane
Green, Miss Elizabeth, Old Bond-street
Humphries, Mrs. Lowestoffe, Suffolk
Payne, Miss M. A. Édstaston-house, Salop
Murray, Miss M. daughter of the late Major M.
East, J. B. esq. son of late C1. Jst. at Calcutta, to
Leigh, Miss C. Stoneleigh Abbey, Warwick Edwards, Mr. Hugh, London, to
Lloyd, Miss E. A. Bala, Merionethshire Evans, Mr. Walter, Oxford-street, to
Sherriff, Miss P. Harrow-on the Hill Fowler, Charles, esq. Great Ormond-street, to
Crane, Miss Maria, Paddington Gunner, John, esq. St. John's, Southwark, to
Gallilee, Miss M. Elm-row, Shadwell Harris, Mr. William, Kensington, to
Coombe, Miss Harriet, Somerset Higley, Mr. Fleet-street, to
Miers, Miss A. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-sq. Houghton, Robert, esq. Conduit-street, to
Darby, Miss Georgina, Leghorn Imeson, Mr. William, Shoreditch, to
Catherwood, Miss Amelia, Hoxton Kilby, Thomas, esq. Fenchurch-street, to
Herbert, Miss Eliza, Wapping Lowell, Mr. J. C. George-lane, to
Steuart, Miss Margaret, Thames-street Mason, Captain of the late 100th Regiment, to
Gordon, Miss, daughter of late Lt. Col. Gordon Marillier, Mons. Jaques, Harrow-on-the-Hill, to
Aspland, Miss Sarah Middleton, Hackney Mitchell, Mr. Thomas, Bow, Middlesex, to
Petman, Miss Charlote, Stoke Newington Musgrave, R. A. esq. Gloucester, to
Lowther, Miss Katherine. Nightingale, G.esq. of the Grenadier Guards, to
Know yls, Miss Mary, of Stockwell O'Kelly, Edmund de Pentheny, Acton House, to
Arrundell, Miss M. Blanche, Kenilworth
Levy, Miss Maria
Sims, Miss, Hackney-road
Phillips, Miss, daughter of Sir Rd. Phillips Pegg, Mr. Bledlow Mills, Bucks, to
Jackson, Miss Mary Ann, London Peel, Lawrence, esq. to
Lennox, Right Hon. Lady Jane Rayden, Mr. Wm. Harris, to
Market, Miss Sarah Anne
Ripley, F. P. esq. Verulam-buildings, to
Nettidge, Miss M. Rose Hill, Suffolk
Pea, MISST. E. Pyrland Mali, Somersetshire Rowley, G. D.D. University College, Oxford, to
Ripley, Miss Juliana
Moreton, Miss, Lower Tooting
Marshall, Miss E. Eagle Hall, Southgate
Macnab, Miss A. Newton, Perthshire
Stone, Miss A. L. Brightwell Spence, Robert, esq. Camberwell, to
Harmar, Miss C. Cannon-street Stopford, Lord, son of the Earl of Courtown, to
Scott, Lady A. M. sister to D. of Buccleugh Storie, Rev. J. G. Rector of Stow, to
Perring, Miss E. Portland-place St. A ubyn, Sir John, bart. to
Vinicombe, Mrs. Juliana Travers, Joseph, esq. Park-street, Islington, to
Taylor, Miss Mary, Finsbury-square Tichbourne, Robert G. esq. Hampshire, to
Nanez, Miss R. Belmont Park Hants Vachell, Horatio, esq. Coptfold Hall, Essex, to
Honywood, Miss M. late of Marks Hall Waller, Edward, esq. Clifton, to
Sawkins, Miss, of Brampton Waterneld, Wm. Hill, esq. 7th Regt. Bombay, to
Dowling, Miss M. Boulogne-sur-mer Waith, Major C. of the 17th Light Dragoons, to
Jacobson, Miss Anne, Maidstone
Scott, Miss, county of Monaghan
Weston, Miss Isabella Mary
Parsons, Miss F. M. Milk-street
Ring, Miss, Wincanton
DEATHS IN AND NEAR THE METROPOLIS.
Allen, Miss M. York-place, City-road.
Barnes, Mrs. Ann, Lincoln's-inn-fields-Bannister, Miss C. Strand-Baeker, Mr. W. Twick. enham, 58-Baughan, Mrs. Upper MitchamCommon, 82—-Beckwith, Miss J. P. daughter of Sir F. S. Beckwith, 18—Berille, Rev. W. King st. Portman-sq.–Blizard, Lady M. Devonsbire. sq.-Blair, J. H. esq. M.P. Gordon's HotelBonner, Mr. C. Fleet-st.-Bolland, Mr. J. jun. Distafl-lane-Bodkin, Miss M. A. Peckham Brown, E. esq. London-st. Greenwich, 72
Carr, Rev. C. Vicar, Ealing, 82—Champion, Capt. C. F. Newman-st.-Chambers, Mr. R. Dove-ct. Lombard-st.-Cleland, Capt. J. R.N. Islington, 83—Cornewall, C. A. esq.-Cousins, Miss H. M. Hackney-Collins, Mrs. Greenwich.
Davenport, Mr.J. Salisbury-sq. 66-Domville, Miss M. Highgate, 14-Edenborough, Miss M. A. Cheapside, 17.
Frances, Mrs. Acre-lane, Clapham-French, Mrs. Islington, late of Sydenham, 97-Frost, Mrs. Kensington.
Glossop, Mrs. M. 129, High Holborn-Gomm, Miss, Hill st. Berkeley-sq.-Grierson, J. esq. London--Graham, Miss M. Prospect-pl. Southwark, 19-Green, Mr. T. H. Kennington.
Hammersley, Mrs. Auburies, 73—Harrison, Mrs. Islington-Headen, Mı. T. Islington, 24 Hirst, Mrs. Great Bussell-st. Bloomsbury-sq.— Hough, Mrs. Surrey-pl. Kent-rd. 72.
Ince, D. esq. Bolton-street, 55—Jacobs, P. esq. Newman-st. 42–Jerningham, Mrs. relict of E. Jerningham, esq. Bolton-row--Jones, Mr. T. Ludgate-hill, 76—Johnstone, J. C. esq. Waddon.
Kentish, Mr. J. Padddington-st. Langton, Mrs. M. C. Whitehall-pl.-Langton, J. W. esq. North-end, Croydon, 76—Llewelyn, H. B. esq. London Hospital, 31-Long, Mrs. C. Chelsea, 56-Louch, H. esq. Rotherhithe, 65.
Marks, Mr. J. Cumming-st. Pentonville, 65-Milliogton, Mr. J. Hayes, 35-Moore, W. esq. midshipman on board the ship Salisbury-Morrison, Mrs. widow of Gen. Morrison, Manchester-sq. 86.
Newton, W. esq. St. Mary-le-bone, 61-Noble, Miss C. Kentish-town, 69.
Oliver, Mrs. J. S.Thistle-grove, Little Chelsea --Oliver, Mr. G. Blackheath-hill,84-Oldham, J. esq. Montague-place, Russell-square, 70.
Potter, Mrs. S. Charles-st. Middlesex Hospital, 73—Pratt, Lady F. daughter of the Marquis of Camden-Prichard, Mrs. Newgate-st.
Reavley, Mrs. Isabella, Gower-st. 76---Reid, J. M.D.Grenville-st. Brunswick-sq.-Ross, Mrs. R. Stock Exchange-Ross, Miss Á. Howard-st. Strand, 12—Rush,J.eldest daughter of R. Rush, Envoy Extraordinary, and Minister Plenipotentiary from the United States.
Satchell, Mr. J. Newington-pl.-Scott, Miss A. (Bedford-sq. 36-Shepherd, Mr. J. Hyde st. Bloomsbury-Smith, T. P. esq. late of Stoke Newington-Smith, T.esq. Crayford, 92-Smith, Mrs. John-st. Oxford st.
Tagg, Mr. S. Bell-yard, Temple-bar–Taylor, Mr. J. Maiden-lane, Cheapside, 54— Tennant, J, esq. Denmark-hill, 62
Walker, Mrs. M. Hampstead-Weller, Mrs. Croydon, 33.