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MONTHLY OBITUARY. ATELY, in India, Captain Jum's Henry Lieutenant-General of the Royal Marines,

Asadurst, brother to W. H. Ashhurst, aged 77. 5. 1.P.

28. Ai Oakley-park, near Ludlow, Lady Lately, the Rev. T. Bedford, rector of Clive, in the 841h year of her age, relict of Pureih, Cornwall, aged 50.

Robert, first Lord Clive, the founder of our Liels, at blandiord, the Rev. Robert Empire in Bengal. Lady Clive was in ra. Vore, aged 86.

rious pirts of India when her husband com. Laeis, at ihe advanced age of 99, John inanded the army there. She joined hiin Serie, bu had been porter at the King's in Ca'cutia alter ihe retaking of that towni, Princ -1.303e for more than 60 years. He and the decisive battle of Plassey. The 23 til known at all the public offices; death of Lord Clive took place in 1774. a wote a cucked hat, according to the 28. Al llastings, Horato Martelli, Esq.

of Norfolk-street, Strand. PT. 4, 1817. A: Trinidad, of an abcess In the 81st year of her age, Princess a 'be luer, William Samuel Winkworth, Sophia Carolme Maria, Margravine of Baytest son of the late Rev. W'm, Wuck reuth. th, chaplain of Sr. Savionr's, Southwark, The Rev. Dr. Charles Barney, after a and 10 the county gaol of Surrey. Mr. rather short illness, a few days before his Takwerih was brought up to the medical atlanung ihe age of 60 years. He has long pateicon, and success. sely filled, with great been known and eminently distinguished boprosa!1011, the appointments of assistante as one of the first Greek scholars of bis för een to the Royal Naval Hospital at time, and was of a family remarkable for Fisouth; dispenser and interpreter to the literary and scientific eminence; and, ou French prison at Dartmoor; and, lastly, Saturday, Jan. 3, the remains of this prospenser lo the Royal Hospital at Barbadoes. found scholar were deposited in his family On the reducu.on of the latier lu a peace vault, St. Paul's, Depitord, of which parish abhshisent 1816, he returned to Eng

he was rectos. The principal inhabitants of and, where he found the ground already the place allended the funeral, and having strapiru by gre t numbers of medical prac. met afterwards in the Vestry-room, agreed L100th, who had been previously dige to erect in the church, at their own exCharged from the army and navy, and was, pence, a monument to bis memory. The therefore, induced to accept the situation of loss of so eminent and useful a man cannot Sargton to the very extensin estates of Sir fail to be smcerely deplored, for, having Al sander Coubrall, at Trindad. He em. crented a noble income by his industry and turked for this island in the month of July, learning, be disbursed it with the 1616, with his wife and two of his children, princely liberaliiv, in giving largely 10 most te ví strom, also, feli a victim to the clie of the public sabscriptions, but cbiefly in Haie. shortly after their arrival. Ho hud contributing to whatever tended to promote Starer time to acquaint hiraself with the literature and science. Amongst a multiDature of his ile w duties, betore he was tude of instances may be mentioned, that iferito ih a succession of disorders pe- his veneration for Dr. Bentley induced hum te har lo the West Indies, which ultimately to print a splendiri edition of his letters, gudoa d his death. His altainments in the under the title of Bentleii Epistolae, wbucha Sences and knowledge in most of the he enriched by his own erudile annotations, Ezopean and dead languages were very and distributed every copy of the work este sise. Of the formes we can speak gratuitously. He purchased the famous #th confidence, as our pages have exhibited Townlıy Homer, for wuch Ms. he paid 630 ports of his ability in a successful attack guineas, and refused a thousa..d, that, it is atuh be made, some years since, upon a

said, were offered by the l riversity of OxDer and specious theory in an important tord for the precious relic. tu anxious was he branch of pinlosoplig.

Mr. Winkworth to complete his Greek N. bg an addition died at the premature age of 33, and was which renders them alust invaluable; inlett a widow and iwo children to deplore deed his library is abugether one of the

njost

most magnificent pipivate collections OCT. 26. At St. Denis, near Paris, on Europe. This now kidsses into the posses. her return to England, Frederica, wife of sion of his son, the, Rev. Charles Parr Bur. Thomas Hezreni, Esq. of Spital-square, in ney, of Greenwrig; and we cannot help the 20th year of her age.

expressme hend that he will not allow In Judd-place, New-roard, it to be dispersed; or, rather, that he will aged 67, Sarah, widow of the late John not suffer to rare things in it to be purElves, E«q. u Poriman-square.

chased for the purpose of enriching toreign 27. James Gibbs, Esq. of Wallbrook, libraries. Ir. Burney is the second lumiqed 74.

nary in that stylit constellation of learring Ac Soothampton, Sir Richard Oslow, turmed by i orson, Parr, and himself, that Bart. K.G.C.B. Admiral of the Red, and bas now lippeared from our view. His

his loss.

Dec. 10.

Samily have all been conspicuous; his father, the State. He was Treasurer of the Navy, the historian of music, and friend of Jobn- President of the Board of Trade, Clerk of son, was one of the most elegant writers of Parliament, Keeper of the Records on the that age ; his brother, Captain Burney, of Receipt side of the Exchequer, one of the the navy, who accompanied Cook in his two Lords of his Majesty's Privy Council, ar last, lony, enterprising, and perilous voyages, Elder Brother of the Trinity House, Veris one of the finest geographers that this durer' of the New Foresi, Hants; and Memcountry possesses, a fact well-supported by her for the town of Christchurch. He was a his voluminous and elaborate History of native of the Mearns, Kincardini shire, and Voyages of Discovery; and Mad. D'Arblay, was first a Steward, aud afterwards a Purser his sister, has equally distinguished herself in the Royal Navy. At an early period of by her well-known writings. Dr. Burney his life his arithmetical talents and financial was a Fellow of the Royal and Antiquarian knowledge recommended him to the particuSacieties, Chapiain to his Majesty, Rector of lar attention of the Earl of Shelburne (afDeptford, and of Hove, in Kent, and also terwards Marquis of Lansdown), then Firet Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral.

Lord of the Treasury, and he was soon afIn Harpur-street, Red-lion-square, Daniel ter appointed one of the Secrelaries to the Braithwaite, Esq. F.R.S. A.S. &c. &c. for- Treasusy, but resigned on the formation of merly comptroller of the foreign post-oftice, the Administration of Lord North and Mr. aged 86.

Fox. On the subsequent elevation to the 31. In the Temple, Myles Walker Hall, Premiership of his friend and patron, Wou. Esq. barrister-at-law, aged 62.

Pitt, he was again appointed one of the SeAfter a few hours illness, in her 730 year, cretaries to the Treasury, and continued as Mrs. White, wife of Mr. W. White, of Ar- senior in that important situation for many tillery-place, Finsbury-square.

years. On the retirement of Ar. Pitt, and JAN. 1. At Brighton, in bis 56th year, his immediate political adherents, Mr. Ruse Mr. Tatham, of Mouni-street, upholsterer resigned bis situation, but was shortly afterto the Prince Regent.

wards sworn of the Privy Council. He was In Duke-street, St. James's, in his 56th subsequently, on the reiurn of Mr. Pitt 10 year, Count Zenobio. The Count was not office, one of the Paymasters-General of the only a Prince in the Venitian Republic, but Forces; and on the dismission of the Whig a Prince of the House of Austria. He was Administration from power, in 1807, was the owner of two of the finest palaces in the appointed Treasurer of the Navy, which ofworld, Emo and Zenobio. As a man of fice he held to the time of his death. Lalfashion and gallantry, he took the lead at terly, the important office of President of Versailles, when under the ancient regime; the Board of Tradę was chiefly executed by at Baxter's Club be usually risked 50001. the Right Hon. Frederic Robinson. The every night.

lucrative situation of Clerk of Parliament Miss Isabella Blake, daughter of Sir was several years since conferred on Mr. Francis Blake, Bari, of Twisel Castle, Duro Rose-with the reversion to his eldest son, ham.

George H. Rose, Esq. M.P. for Southamp2. In Hanover-street, in his 28th year, ton, and Minister to the Court of BerlinCapt. J. Prince, of the Coldstream Guards, as an ulterior provision. The other situations

At South Lambeth, John Bridges, Esq. above-mentioned, of which that of President in the 571|1 year of his age. His suavity of of the Board of Trade, ibal of Verdurer of manners and benevolent disposition were the New Forest, and the Keepership of the equalled by few, exceeded by none.

He Records, become vacant by lus demise ; but lived beloved, and died respected.

as Clerk of Parliament, Alr. Rose will of 6. In St. James's palace, Mr. Eldred, in course be succeeded by his son.-No man bas his 100th year. He was Page of the Pre- occupied more of the public attention, or sence to Gjeorge II, which ollice he may be possessed more of official influence than this said to have tilled during three reigns. gentleman has done; and the general opinion

At her liquse, in Walworth, Mrs. Judith is, that he has amassed great wealthi, though Thompson, Aged 74, only surviving sister he always dewared to the contrary. His in. of the late Rev. Seth Thompson, Kensing- come, however, by places held by himself

and his sons, was immense; and his oppor13. At his seat, at Cuffnels, the Right tunities, it' not restrained by the most scruHon. George Rose. He had for some inonths pulous honour and delicacy, were such as no been in a very ill state or health, from which other man in the kingdom ever enjoyed. If his advanced age afforded no reasonable he has not died rich, his moderation will be hope of recovery, and was, we believe, at his best encomium, and his most appropriate his death, little short of cighty. Mr. Rose eulogy. was a gentleman of extensive information, 10. In Soho-square, Edward Bowman, Esq. and of practical experience in all commer- one of liis Majesty's Justices of the Peace cial, financial, and official subjects, and rose for the City of Westminster, aged 88. from his own merits and industry to some of 18. Mr. James Corder, aged 41, late partthe most lucrauve aud important ofices of ner with Mr. C. Holwes, Royal Exchange.,

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LIST OF BOOKS AND NEW EDITIONS OF ESTABLISHED WORKS,

PUBLISAED IN JANUARY, d! the tricos they are adverlised at, in boards, unless olherwise expressed;

and may be had of J. ASPERNE, No, 32, CORNHILL. It is earnestly requested that Authors and Publishers will continue to communicate Nuties of their Works (post paid) and they will always be faithfully inserted FREE of LAPENSE. AWLSIL Miscellanea Critica Cura. Sermon on the Commandments. By Robt. Bv J. Kidd. 12s.

Jones, D. 1). Svo. 6s. Lusaa's Derbyshire, 4to. 31. 10s.

Hatt's Epicedium to the Memory of Prin. Dirto royal. 61. 65,

cess Charlotte, 4th edition, 3s. 6d. Britannica Depicta, Derby, 41.

The History of Julins Fitz-Jobn. By the Duis large, 61.

Author of Hardinbroso and Haverill, in Ara' Chemical Amusements, 2d edit. 9s, $ vols. 12mo. 2ls. Varkenzie on Ta-te, Ss.

Dunsany, an Irish Story, 2 vols, 12mo, 128, Ilanboldas Personal Narrative, 11. Is. The Balance of Com ort. By Mrs. Ross, Frankenstein, or the Modera Prometheus, 3 vols, Jemo. 4th edition, 16s, 60. 3 sala 12mo, 16.. 64.

Miller on the English Government, 10th Thomsoos Atas, complete set, 111. Ils. edition, Jl, 10s. Inul bend Russia.

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benj. Villa's British India, 5 sols. 4to. 61. 6s.

Franklin, LL.D. Vol. I. 21. 125, 6d. Rioil of Islar, by Shelley, 10s. 6d. A Cruise, or Three Months on the ContiThe Dragon Koight, a poem, by Sir Bland nent.

By a Naval Officer. Bora', 14.

Delusion, a novel, 2 vols. 10s, 61. Wibord's Tour in Italy, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. Dickensop's Greek Primer, 35, 6d. 11.

Allen's Demosthenes, 7s. Tign idvertisement,or 20 Years Ago, 16s.6d. Shelliber's Voyage to Pitcairn's Island, 3d The Church her Owo Apologi-t. By the edition, Svo, os. 60.

Rev. Daniel Campbell, 8vo. 8s.

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AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTS,

WITH THE ATTORNIES' NAMES,
FROM SATURDAY, DEC. 27, 1817, TO SATURDAY, JAN. 24, 1818.

Estructed from the London Gazelte.
N.B. All the Meetings are at Guildhall, unless otherwise expressed. The Country and

London Autoroies' Names are between Brackels.

BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED.
LAWES, LOT, Cliarlton, Southampton, horse-dealer, Jan. 17.

BANKRUPIS. AKERS, JOS. Charles-st. City-m. corn-dealer, BURGESS, HARTLEY, Birmingham, factor, Feb. 5*, 17. (Hall, Clivell-st. Finsbury.sq. Jun. 2, 3, and 44, Royal, surowingball. [Tooke, Hoi

born.co), Graw's inn. Jun. 13. AVANSON, EDWAPD, Liverpool, tobacconist, CLKL, WIL. Shetlu. builder, Feh. 14. Ton. H., George, Liverpool. (Davenport, Liver- tine. (Wake, Sbetheld; and Blake.och, Sere **; and Center, Staple-inn.} Jan. 10.

jeant's inn, tieel st.) jun. 3d. BALL, JOHN LOW BRIDGE, and GEO. Leeds, CHILD. ROBT. Walihan, St. Law ence, Berks, Vacure, berchanis, Feb. 7, Court House, farmer, Feb. 19, Lower Ship, Reard ng. (smin Lied, Snith and co. Leeds; and Wilson, Readıog; and Hamilton, Bernick-s.. soho, jan. fremi leti. Hallon-gar.] Dec. 27.

17.

LLOYD, WM. jun. Thames-et. slopseller, Feb.

17, and March 7. (James, Bucklersbury.] Jan. 94. LIND, THOS. Hearn-heatlı, Stafford, carpenter,

Feb. 7, Koebuck, Newcastle-under-Lyme. (Featon, Newcastle under-Lyme; and Barber, Fetter-la.) Dec. 27. LEA, SAAC, Nantwich, Cheshire, coal-dealey,

Feb. 17. Swan, Stafford. (Collins and Co. Stafford.] Jan. 6. MASON PAUL, New Mill, Derby, shopkeeper,

Feb. 7. Dog, Deansgate, Muncheater. (Clarke, Manchester; and Milne and Co. Temple.] Dec.

27. MARSDEN, WM. MORTON, Salford, Lancaster,

corn-draler, Feb, 14, Siar, Manchester. (Duck worti, and Co. Manchester; and Ellis, Chancerylane.) Jan. S. MATTHEWS, WM. Usk, Monmouths. money

scrivener, Feb. 17. Black Kock, Monmoutlisbure. (stokes, Monmouths. ; and Price and Co. Lin.

coln's inn.] Jan. 1, MAC MICHAEL, WM. Bristol, merchant, Feb. 7,

Commercial Rooms, Bristol. (Bevan and Co. Bristol, ;

and Bourdillion and Co. Lille Friday-st. Cheapside.] Jan. 6. MARSHALL, JAS. Manchester, draper, Feb. 6,7, and

March 3, White Bear, Manchester. (Unwin, Manchester; and Milne and Co. Temple) Jan.

20. NYE, JOHN, Tunbridge, Kent, baker, Feb. 7, and

March 3. (Stone, Tunbridge Wells; and Pal

iner and Co. Bedford row.) Jar, 20. NEWELL, WM. Derby, cheese factor, Feb. 14,

King's Arms, Derby. (Groen, Derty; and Long

and Co. Gray's inn.] Jan. 3. NAH, JOHN, Hüverfrid West, linen-d:aper, Feb.

18, 9, and March 3, White Lion, Bristol. I Clarke, Bristol ;

and Jenkins and Co. New-inn.] Jan. OLIVER, JAS. Newington-causeway, cordwainer,

Feb. 94. [Castle, Casitor st.). Jun 13. OLI ERTON, RICH. Bradlord, Wilts, shopkeeper, March 7, Commercial Rooms, Bristol. (Vizard and Co. Lincoln's-inn Jields; Bush, Bradford.]

Jan. 24. PICKTON, WM. Liverpool, timber merchant, Feb.

18, 19, and March 7, George, Liverpool. [Backstick and ('o. King's Bench-walks, Temple; and Murrow, Liverpool.) jan. 01. POWIS, RICH. Grosvenor-mews, Grosvenor-st.

veterinary-surgeon, Feb. 10, and March 7. (Hoopera

Mansion House-pla.) Jan. 24. POOLE, WM. Leicester, hosier, Feb. 10, White

Hart, Leicester. (Lownham and (o. Leicester;

and Edmunds and co. Chancery la.] Dec. 30. PELL, JOHN. Borough-market, potatoe-Inerchant,

Feb. 1+. (Watson, Clifford's-inn.] Jan. 3. PAWSEY, JAS. and Co. Blackman-st. Newing.

ington, livery stable.keepers, Feb. 48. (Williams

and Co. Blachinai st.] Jan. 17. PROCTOR, GEO Birmingliani, optician, Feb. 2,

3, and 28, Roval, Birmingham. [Swain and Car Frederick's.pla. Old Jewry; and Whately and Co.

Birmingham.] Jan. 17. PILKINGTON, JOHN, Preston, Lancaster, grocer,

Feb. 10, 11, and March 3, Bull, Preston. (Buck,

Preston ; and Norris,Joun st. Bedford-suw.] Jan. POWIS, JOHN, Midford-place, Tottenham Court.

COOKE, BOLD, Patricroft, Lancaster, cottonspinner, Feb. 7, 8, and March 3, Mosely Arms, Manchester. (Heslop, Manchester; and Willis

and Co. Warnford-co.] Jan. 20. CLIFFE, CHARLES, Commercial.road, victualler,

Feb. 3. and March 3. (Knight and Co. Basing

hall.st.) Jan. 20. DAVIES, JOHN, Wells, Somerset, cabinet inaker,

Feb. 7, Greyhound, Wilton. (Swayne Wilton;

and Sandys, and Co. Crane.co.] Dec. 27. DAWKS, THOS, Bath, horse.dealer, Feb. 9, and

March 7, Chr er, Bath. [Y and Co.
St. Mildred's.co. Poultry; and Cruickshank,
Bath.) Jan. 44.
DELLOW, JOS, Milk-yard, Lower Shadwell, bas-

ket-makér, Feb. 28. (Vincent, Bedford-st. Bed.

ford-square.) Jan. 17. DAY, JÁS. Bridge road, Surrey, auctioneer, Feb. ?,

and March 3. [Hughes, Dean-st. Fetter-la.]

Jan. 20.
ELLIOTT. JAS. Bristol, coal-factor, Feb. 7.

(Orme, Clernent's inn. ] Dec. 27.
ELLIS, EVAN, Manchester, joiner, Feb. 14,

Bridgewater Arms, Manchester. (Jackson, Man-
chester; and Adlington and Co. Bedford-sow.]

Jan. 9.
ELLIOT, JOHN. Bath-street, City road, corn.

chandler, Foch.49. (Wilks, Finsbury-pl.) Jan. 17. FAVENE, GEO, Copthill.co. Th.ogmonon-st. bill

broker, Feb. 21. (Paiterson, Old Broad-st.]

Jan. 10.
GIBBON, T!IOS. STRETFORD, Manchester, pork.

dealer, Feb. 10, Star and Gitter. Liverpool. (Mur-
row, Liverpool ; Arison and Co. Liverpool, and
Castle-st. Holborn.] Dec. 30.
GRAY, KOBT. Norwich, household-broker, Feb.

14, Noriaki Norwich. (Parkinson, Norwich; and Poole and cor. Gray's inn-sq.) jait. 3. HITCHON, WM. St. Peter's-Hill, whatebone-mer.

chant, Feb. 7. (Hurd and Co. Temple.]: Dec.97. HENZELL, JOHN, Harrop. South Shields, Dur.

ham ship owner, leb. 7, George, Newcastle-upon-
Tyne. (Bainbridge, South Shields; and Beli and

Co. Bow Church.yard.). Dec. 27.
HARVEY, GEO. Line-end, Statford, draper, Feb.

14, Star, Manchester. (Willis and Co. Warnford-
co.; and Hecley, Riding's-co. Manchester.] Jan.

3. HOUTSON, JOHN, and Co. Manciester, and Mid.

dleton, Lancaster, cotton-spinners, Feb. 14, Palace, Manchester. [Alkinson, Manchester, and

Making n, Elm.co, Tem le.] Jan. 3. HOLROYDE, JAS. Halil'ax, merchant, Feb. 17,

Coopers Arms, Halif x. (Scarcherd, Halifax;

and Beckert, Noble-st. Foster-la.] Jan, ti, HARRISON, JOSH. Manche ier, pun inaker, Teb.

17, Bridgwater Arms, Manchester. (Cunite and

Co. Manchester.] Jan. 6.
HADLEY, THOS. GARRAIT, Jacob-street, Ber.

mondsey, bakar, Feb. 21. [Coutle, Basinghall

street.) Jan. 10 HEWLETT, WM. Soisell, Gloucester, farmer,

Feb. 94. White Lion, Bristoi. [Poole and Co.

Grar's inn. Jan. 13.
HOCKLEY, DAN. and Co. Brooke-st. Holborn,

working goldsmiths, Feb. 24. [Taylor, Tield-co.

Gray's inn. Jun. 13.
HASL111, JOHN, Kettleshulme, Chester, calico.

prinier, Feb. 9, and yo, Angel, Macclesfield.
(Ellis, Chancery-la. ; and Clutuw and Co. Mac-

cie-field.). Jan 17. HILLTAR. HEN. St. James's street, umbrella-ma.

nufacturer. Feb. 3, and 28. (Cook, Woodbridge

House, Clerkenwell.] Jan. 17.
HANDLEY, WM. stretton-en-le.field, Derbysh.

iniller, Feb. 16, Piddocke, Ashby.de-la-Zouch,
Leicestershire ; Feb. 17, and varch 3, White
Hari, Ashby-de-la Zouch. (Piddecke, Asliby-de-
la Zouch; and Baxter und Co. Furnival's.inn.]

Jan. 20.
JUMP. JOHN, and Co. Fore street, hat manufc-

turers, Feb. 10, and March 7. [Phipps, Weaver's.

hall. Ha inghall-st.) Jan. 24. JORDAN, THUS. Bristol, dealer, March 7, White

Hart, Bristol. [king, Jerjeant's-inn), Fleei-st. ;

ani Irankis, Bristol.) Jan. 9. KIRKHAMI, JAS. Leek, Staff rd, farmer, Feb.

(Cunk, Clerkenwell.) Jan 3. LEGEYT, JOHN, Lugwardine, Hereford, fariner, March 7, Feathers, Lerbury. [le wiriss, Gray's.

and Kirce, Ledbury.] Jan. 24.

Road, builder, March 3. (Dutf, Custie-st.f Holburn.] Jan, 20. REDMÁYNE, THOS. Preston, Lancashire, linen.

draper, Feb. 94, Mitre, Preston, [Blakelock, Serieart's.inn.) Jan. 13. SHIFFNER, GODIN, St. Michael's-alley, Cornhill,

insurance broker, Feb. i. (Abbott and Co. Mark-la.] Dec. 27. SWAINSON, Jos. Manor-mw, East Smithfield,

merchane, Feb.!4.(Wilde, Warwike.sq.) Jan. 3. STARKEY, WM. Gutter-Line, Cheapside, silk.

manufacturer, Feb. 17. (James, Buchlessbury.]

Jan. 6.
STANSFIELD, JAS. Stockport, Cheshire, butcher,

Feb. 17, Warren Bulkely Arns, Stockport. [Har.
rop, Stockport; and I'asher, Norfolk-st. Stranda]

Jan. 6.
SHUTTLEWORTH, JOHN SHUTTLEWORTH,

strattord upon Avon, Warwick, wine-merchard
Feb. 3, and xs. (Scut and Son, St. Milforu's.com
Poultry.] Jan. 17.

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OTT. RICH. Liverpool, merchant, Feb. 9, 10,
Di George Liverpool. (Gunnery, Liverpool;
of Chester, waple's inn.) Jar. 17.
FLACHAS, ROHT. and Co. Cheapside, warehouse.

Dain, Feb. 14, and March 1. (Parton, Cheapside.)
SASDERS, JOAN, Chichester, Sussex, grocer,
March 7, White Horse, Chichester. (Few and
Co. Henrietta-st. Corent-garden ; and Florence,

Chichester.] Jas. 94.
TOMLINSON, JONATHAN, Frankley, Worcester.
Sure, dalt, Feb. 10, Royal Birmingham. (El-
kingta, Birinin ham ; and Platt, New Boswell-
Co. Lancoln's-inn.) Dec. 30.
TAYLOR, JOHN, and Co. Agecroft, Lancaster,
alo-srinters Feb. 14, Garrick's head, Fountain-

Willis, Warnford-co., and Dicas and Co.
Vaochester.) Jar. S.
THOMAS, DAVID, Carmarthen, grocer, Feb. 21,

Coudercial Rooms. Bristol. (Lisett, Bristol ; und Poole and Co. Gray's-inn-square.) Jan. 10. TIENER, FRANCIS, Doncaster, cordwainer, Feb.

$4, Guildhali, Doncaster. [King, Castle-st.) TEOUT, THOS. Bishopsgate-street, linen-draper, Feb. 7, and 1. [Willeli, Crown-co. TuredneedleSt. Jan. 17. THOMPSON, EDWD, Ferryhill, Durham, farmer, Feb. $, g, and es, Wheat Sheaf, Durham. (Wil. 293, Greville st. Hatton-garden; and Hines, Dur. han.] Jar. 17. TAN WAKT. HEN. Birmingham, merchant, Feb.

12, 14, and 2, Royal, Birmingham. (Alexander and Co. Nez-inn; and Palmer, or Meredith, Braingham.] Jan. 17. UTIIN, JAS. HEN. Norwich, upholsterer, Feb. 6, 9, and March 7, Norfolk, Norwich. [Parkin. so, Norwich ; and Poule and Co. Gray's-inn.sq.)

Jan. 34. WOL-EY, WM. Great Mary-le-bone-street, haber. ta her, Feb. 7, and March 7. (Nembon, St. An. dist's Hill Douiors' Commons.] Jan. 24.

WILSON, JOHN, Beverley, York, hat-manufae.

turer, March 7, Beverley Aarms, Beverley, York. (Lamberts, and Co. Gray's-inn-sq., and Lock

wood and Co. Beverley:) Jan. 91: WATMOUGH, JOHN, Liverpool, joiner, Feb. 18.

19, and March 7, George, Liverpool. Blacka
stock and Co. King's Bench-walks, Temple ; and
Murrow, Liverpool.) Jan. 24.
WATSON, GEO. Hatfield, York, butcher, Feb. 7,

Red Lion, Doncaster. Benson and Co. Thorne,
York, ; and Walker, Lincoln's-inn-fields.] Dec,

27.
WILLIS, GEO, Bath, upholsterer, Feb. 10, Full

Moon, Bath. [Wingate, Bath; and Young,

Charlotte-row, Mansion tuse-st ) Dec. 30. WADDINGTON, SAML. Brighouse, Halifax, York,

cornfactor, Feb. 14, Armytage's Arms, Cliftonupon-Calder. (Evans, Hatton-garden ; and Carr, Gomersal, Leeds.). Jan. 3. WRIGHT, PHIL. Kennington-lane, Surrey, ale

brewer, Feb. 17. (Conte, Austin-Friars.] Jan. 6. WRIGHT, EDWD. Stafford, alehouse-keeper. Feb.

17, Swan, Stafford. (Collins and Co. Stafford.]

Jan. 6.
WATTS, GEO. and Co, Bristol, colourman, Feb.

21, Commercial Rooms, Bristol. [Bevan and Co.
Bristol, and Bourdillon and Co. Little Friday-si.

Cheapside.) Jun. 10.
WIGNEY, GEO. ADOLPHUS, and Co. Chiches-

ter, grocers, Feb. 27, Anchor, Chichester. [Hume,

Holborn-co. Gray's.inn.] Jan. 13.
WILLIAMS, DAVID, Carmarthen, currier, Feb.

24, Green Dragon, Hereford. [Dax and Co.
Doughty-st.) Jun. 13.
WILLS, GEO. Monument yard, wine-merchant,

Feb.28. (Wade son and Co. Austin-friars.) Jun. 17. WOODS, WM. Crawford-street, Mary le-Bone,

linen-draper, Feb. 28. (Few and Co. Henriettast. Coveut gardeo.) Jan. 17. WALKER, WY. and Co. Pall. Mall-court, army. agents, Feb. 28. [Chippendall, Great Queen-sie Lincoln's-inn fields.] .Jun. 17.

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AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DIVIDENDS,
FROM SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1817, TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1818.
ASHTOX, T. Stamford, Jan. 20 Best, S. Norwich, Feb. 7

( Davies, J. Shoreditch, Feb. 14 Alen, W. South Milford, Jan. 20 Butler, T. Blacktriar's-road, Feb. 14 E28, H. Cheap id, Jan. 97 Angles, E. Catherine-st. Jan. 31 Brame, T. Lowestoft, Feh. 7 Ely, J. Placa triar's-toad, Feb. %1 Adams, D. Fert-st. Jag. 24 Badlam, G. Bromnyard, Feb. 12 English, J. I). Long Acre, feb. 14 Aateryn, D.Gratis-ian-lane,Jan.24 Darron, J. Tardebigg, Feb. 12 feall, J. i'arliament-st. Jan. 44 Aisme, R. Fusham, Jan. 94 Bradbury, J. Chatham, Feb. 14 Fisher, W. Cambridge, Feb. 3 ders, D. jan. Thorpe, Jan, 27 Bradshaw, E. and Co. Manchester, Forsyth, T. Burslem, Feb. 3 4ling. J. Chertsey, feb. 9

Feb. 97

Fletcher, J.and J. Lisespol, Teh. 6 Alder:on, H. Snaderland, Feb.o Burkiti, W. Throgmorton-st. Feb.14 Fletcher, W. Goat Milis, Jan. 10 Anderson, C. K. and Co. Austin. Henson, C. Birniinghain, Feb. 16 Furhes, W. and Co. Liverpool, frara, Feh. 3

Cocksyne, T. Gt. Haywood, Jan. 22 Feb. 12 Andras, J. Bath, Feb. 18

Cheasley, W. Hayes, Feb. 2x Giblett, P. and W. New Bond.st. Mans, J. Bristol, Feb. 17

Clark, T. and Co. Keswick, Feb. g* Feb. 3
A. J. Bozlead, Hertford, Chester, R. Much Wenlock, Jan. 29 Grover, G. Hastings, frh.7
Feb. 14

Cowie, J. Aldermanbury-postern, Gedge, W. Anvel.co.lib. 17
Barker and Co. Darby-st. Jan. 99 1 Jan. 27

Goundrill, J. Fenchureli-st. Feb. 10 Ear'ser, 1. Heel mondwicke, Jan.27 Cockill, J. Birstall, Jan. 31 Gaunt, J. Butley, Yosh, feh. 17 Barter, J. Bread-st. Jan. 27 Cole, R. Great Yarmouth, Jan. 26 Holmes, T. and Co. Long-Acre, Braningoe. S. Burslem, Jan. 19 Crowther, W. jun. and Co. Charles-Jan. 17 Belaer, J. Bishopsgate st. Jan. 24 st. Jall. 17

Hinton, J.L. Plymouth dock, Jan.21 Berar, s. Sha Thames, Jan. 13 Cheyney, J. Oxford st. Jan. 31 Hudson, J. High Wycombs, Jan. 17 Eate, C. Bristol, Jan. 26 Children, G. Tonbridge, Feb.!4 Hay, J. Stamford.hill, Jan. 29 FI, E. C+ 22, Jan. 94 Carter, W. Bra bury-house, Feb. 10 Hinton, J. L. Plymouth do. Jan. 27 Erardman, 6. and Co, Liverpool, Cohen, R. Bishopsgate-st. Feb. 3 Hurry, J. and Co. Nag's.head.co.

Carling, P.Unjon-si. Bood.st.Feb.14 Feb, 3 Resfeld, B. Mark.'ane, Jan. 87 Crowther, W. jun. and Co. Charles Heptonstall, G. Tadraster, Jin. 29 Bailey, R. Drury-lane, Jan, si st. Teb. It

Hudson, E. Gibraltar, Jan. 27 kranen, H. New City Chambers, Cooper, J.Y.oid Proad-st. Feb. 14 Henry, H. Liverpool, Jan 27

Dav, k. Doncaster, Jan. Qi Humble, M. Liverprol, Jan. 28 Barnes, W. Blackheath, Jan. 27 Dwyer, G. Exchange allev, Jan. 24' Holland. S. Liverpool, Jan. 28 Betier, J. R. iod Co. Gould-sq. Dannali, R. Windley, Feb. o Hayter. T. Olcombe, Jan. 31

Dobson, H. and J. Three Tun.co.illl, W. Leeds, Feb. 18
Dern, A. Sunderland, Feb.
Jan. 17

1108011, 1.jur. Coleman-st. Feb. 7 Becher, H. Kenni:glon-poid, Jan.si Dong, D. York, Feh. ?

Honden, wi Cannon-s!. Jan. 31 Barica, M. and ). Bartholomew Dowse,

W. K. Tory-st. Jan. 27 Henders, W. Kew, Jan.si,
CR, Feb. $

Dickens, E. Eynsford, Jan. 31 Harper, C. und Co. Snow's-Fields, lori, E. Chatham, Jan. 27

Dodson, H. and Co. Southwark, Tel. 9 Buid. sen. and Co. Red-lion-ct, Jan. 31

Hardins, T.Glamorganshire.Feb. 6 Daniel, R. Coleman-t. Feb, in Hapir, J. Bigli st. feb. 10 B32, J. Charles-st. Feb. 21

IDtmajo, 8. Wakelacid, Feb. 16 Huxhain, 6. North lluisu, Feb. 12

Jan. *)

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