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Jowsey, J. Sunderland, Jan. 19 Pepps, G. Bristol, Jan. 26 Snear, W. Thames-st. Jan. 27

Jowsey, J. H. Sunderland, Jan. 93 Pay, E. Amersham, Jan. 47 Shaw, R. S. Rochdale, Feb. 14
Jarvis, M. Putton, Jan. 94 Pestel, P. Gt.Winchester-st. Jan.17 Smith, J. Thirsk, Jan. 29
James, G. and Co. Bristol, Jan. 29 Pidgeon, P. and W. Stock Ex- Seabrook, R. Great Bradley, Feb. 9
James, E. Pembroke, Feb 11

change Coffee-house, Feb. 14 Storr, J. and Co. Kingston, Feb. 10 Johnson, W. and T. Liverpool, Parker, J. Chancery-lane, Jan. 31 Stinton, P. Bristol, Feb. 11. Feb.o

Parker, T. Chorley. Feb. 4 Stokes, C. and Co. Birmingham, Jacks, W. Bristol, Feb. 24

Pundock, J. East Chea, Feb. 28 Feb. 10 Jones, J. Oswestry, Feb. 16 Perry, s. C. Birmingham, Feb. 7 Simpson, G. Upper Grosvenor-st. Knapton, R. Nicholas-lar Feb 21 Parker, S, South Lambeth, Feb. 10 Feb. 7. Lemoine, L.J. Oxford-st. Jan. 17 Pennell, w.jun. Queenhithe, Feb. 94'Shotter, 'G. Reading, Feb. 10 Leonard, s. and Co. Bristol, Jan, 20 Pestel, 'P. Great Winchester-st. Smith. J. Faversham, Feb. 94 Lowes, J. Newcastle upon-Tyne, Feb, 14

Scholefield, N. and Co. Greenwich, Jan. 22 Reay, J. Mark-lane, Jan. 31

Feb. 10 Love, C. Old Bond-st. Feb. 10 Redfern, s. Stockport, Jan. 26 Smith, B. and Co Penrith, Feb. 11 Lees, J. Whitehall, April 7

Padlord, J. Manchester, Jan. So Strombom, 1. Austin-friars, Feb, 14 Lightoller, T. Halliwell, Feb. in Keuder, M. Bristol, Feb. 5

Taylor, J. and Co. Bristol, Jan. 99 Leigh, P. 'Wincham, Feb. 2

Ritchie, W. Finsbury sq. Feb. 17 Thomson, B. Nun.green, Jan. 94 Luffe, H. Benhall, Feb. 7

Rose, J.B. Sheerness, Feb. 10 Taylor, B. and w, Fleet-st. Jan. 31 Lewis, T. Tower-hill, Jan. 31 Rainc, J. and Co. Bagnigge Wells, Thomson, T. sen, acd Co. Dorset, Lee, A. Wakefield, York, Feb. 14 Feb.3

Feb. 2 Maloney, M. City-road, Jan. 17 Russell, R. New road, Feb. 24 Turner, J. Burymili, Feb. 10 Middleton, T. Liverpool, Jan.30 Robinson, T. & Co. Dalrou, Feb. 14 Thompson, W. Serle-st. St. CleM'Lacklan, A. and Co. Great St. Robihson, T. and Co. Dalton, ment's Danes, Feb. 21 Helen's, Jan. 24

Kirbheaton, York, Feb. 01 Vailes, J. New North st. Feb. ? Middleton, J. Kilig's Lynn, Jan. 24 Roiley, J. Bolion-le-Moors, Lan- Van Dycki P. D. and Co. Circus, Mathews, W. Liverpool, Feb. 2 caster, Feb. 19

Feb. 10 Morgan, J.jun Liverpoul, Jan. 31 Robinson, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Withington, R. Stockport, Jan. 97 Mitchell, J. Midlavant, Jan. 31

Feb. 27

Wise, W. Bath, Jan. 26 Morton, R. Lucas-st. Feb. 3 Revis, T. Cambridge, Feb. 12 Westbrook, R. sen. and Co. Read. Mortlock, M. Bedford-st. Frh. 28 Storrs, J. Doncaster, Jan. 20

ing. Jan. 21 Mansell, É. Theobald's-ro. F«b. 14 Shepherd, T. Kingston-upon-Hull, Walmsley, R. & Co. Basinghall-st. Meek, J. and Co. Liverpool, Feb. 16

Jan. 17

Jan. 97
Matthews, S. Radcliffe Highway, Slanicy, J. Rochester, Jan. 27 Williams, T. Worcester. Feb. 27
Feb. 14

Sweet, M. Taunton, Dec. 31 Wilson, S. Liverpool, Feb. 6
Nice, T. Bishopsgate-st. Jan. 26 Sparks, J. and Co. Portland-st. Wright, R. Wareham. Feb. 4
Newton, D. New Malton, Feb. 2

Feb. 14

Wali, G. North Shields, Feb. 4 Nice, T. Bishopsgate st. Jan. 17 Smith, H. and Co. Gt. Winches-Williams, J. Lower Coleman-st. Newcombe, W. Vine-st. Feb. 91 ter-st. Jan. 31

Feb. 11 Neilson, W. Liverpool, Feb. 18 Sizer, G. Holborn-hill, Feb 28 White, J. and Cn. Fleet-st Jan. 27 Newbold, D. Birmingham, Feb. 10 Stoever, J. Eagle-yard, Jan. 26 Wimberley, R. Liverpool, Feb. 94 Orton, T. Liverpool, Feb. 3 Strong, G. Exeter. Jan. 26

Whitaker, J.H. Manchester, Feb. 17 Pocock, R. Redbournbury, Jan. 17 Smith, J. Great Marlow, Jan. 31 Ward, J. Sculcoates, York, Feb. 20 Payne, J. S. and Co. Ironmonger. Sharples, W. and Co. Liverpool, Young, D. Ap, T. and Co. Water. laue, Jan. 31 Jan. 28

lane, Fleet-st. Feb. 14

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,
FROM SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1817, TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1818.
ASHBY, T. Gough-sq. Jan. 20 Elliot, C. Tiverton. Feb. 10 Pattinson, D. Carlisle, Feb. 7
Allam, W. Reading, Jan. 27 Fereday, S. Bilston, Jan. 20 Preston, D. Newcastle upon Tyne,
Ayling, J. Chertsey, Jan. 31 Frisby, R. Leicester, Jan. 31

Feb. 7
Astell, J. Leicester, Jan. 31 Firth, W. Liversidge, Jan. 31 Pegler, s. Newnham, Feb. 10
Appleton, J. Armley, Jan. 31 Fothergill, Newcastle upon Russel, C. T. Boxley, Jan. 17
Amis, J. Little Britain, Feb. 10 'Tyne, Jan. 31

Ripley, J. Lancaster, Jan. 24
Aaron, A. Plymouth.dock, Feb. 14 Fletcher, E. jun. Feb.s

Roden, W. Birmingham, Jan. 04 Bloun field, 'J. Commercial-road, Fareham.J.jun.Mountsorrel, Feb.Jo Richardson, J. Gi. St. Helen's, Jan, yo

Green, R. Manchester, Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Bennett, s. Bath, Jan. 24

Subhons, J. Cheltenham, Jan. 87 Rope, J. High-st.Shoreditch, Jan.24 Berardinan, J. jun. Manchester, Hillier, H. London, Jap. 17 Roberts, J. Wood-st. Jan. 27 Jan. 24

Hickman, J. Birmingtoam, Jan. 20 Robson, J. Litle Britain, Jan, 27 Brandon, J. I Church-st. Jan. 97 Hulett, W. Buildwan, Jan. 29 Rowntree, W. Newcastle-uponBooth, G. Bishop Wearm. Jan. 27 Hall, W. Halifax, Jan. 24

Tyne, Feb. 14
Bail, W. Frome Selwood, Jan. 31 Hobson, J. Manchester, Jan. 24 Sweer, M. Taunton, Jan 17
Booth, W. Hull Bridge, Feb. 3 Harvard, J. Chiswell st. Jan. 97 Saywell, J. Wood-st. Jan. 20
Freeh, J. Huddersfield, Feb. 3 Huson, J. Cockhill,

mith, W. Souto Shields, Jan. 20
Blackmore, J. W. U pettery, Feb. 3 Hutchinson, W. St. John-st. Feb. 7 Sawyer, F. Clapton, Jan. 27
Beard, W.J. Phenix-vard, Feb. 7 Hardins, G. Liverpool, Feb. 14 Smith, W. Long Acre, Jan. 31
Buckeridge, G Paringbourne, Feb 7 Windle, T. Blachburn, Lancaster, samuda, A. Bury-st. Feb. 9
Booth, J. and Co. Chorley, Feb. 10 F. 14

Stead, G, Alderdianburi, Feb. 10 Carlisle, J. St. Ann's.hill, Jan. 20 Jollie, J. Carlisle, Jan. 27 Spickernell, R. Seven Oaks, Kent, Chest-r, C.jun. Liverpool, Jan. 31 knapp), J. Talbot-co. Jan. 24

Feb. 14 (lurisp, J. Tower-st. Feb. 7 Knight, J. & Co. Gough-sq. Jan. 27 sntton, W. Woolwich, Feb. 14 Chadwick, K. jun. Richmond, Feb.7 Keni. W. Upper Russell.st. Jan. 31 Stree, H. John-st. Holborn, Feb.14 Cole, J. Plymouth, Feb. 14 Leigh, J. jun. Manchester, Jan. 17 Tickner, G. Portsea, Jan. 17 Davis, C. Southampton, Jan. 17 Leach, T. Philpot-lane, Jan. 27 Thompson, J. Alberton, Jan. 27 Dichenson, R. and J. St. John-st...loyd, T. H.Thornton-heaih, Feb.7 Turner, E. Great Sherstoue, Jan. 31 Jan. 24

Llovd, S. T. Leather lane, Feb. 7 Thorkle, G. M. New-st. sq. Feb. 3 Desonshire, D. Old st. Feb. 3 Latham), J. Ramsey, Feb. 7 Woodstock, J.W.Brighthelmstone, Downes, J. J. Whitechapel-road, Mackenzie, K. C. John's coffee-ho.

Jan. 20
Feb. 10

Cornhill, Jan. 17

Warth, R. Leverington, Jan. 24
D'ew. A. and Co. Godalming and More, H. Charlotte-st. Jan. 31 Williams, $. sen. Crew's-hole,
Camberwell, Feb. 14

Morgan, M. Newport, Jan. 31
Erhell, T. Birmingham, Jan. 17 Mosgrove, W. Honiton, Feb. 10 Wilson, W. Bridgefield, Jan. 7.
Eddy, T. Woolwich, Jan. 27 Nash, T.Chesham, Feb. 7 Weightman, T. Lincolnshire, Feb. 10
Esans, J. Tottenham.co.-so. Jan.si Polbury. G. Sidmouth, Feb. 3 Waddell, T. Bow-lane, Feb. 14

Feb. 7

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DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP,

TEON SATURDAY, DECEYBER 27, 1817, TO SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1818.

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A132D. F. and Mitchell, J. Borough, woollen- Fentum, G. and Foster, T. Manchester, calico

printers. ABC, T.,on. and Anurew, L. Manchester, calico. Green, E. F. and Green, C. Great St. Helen's, mer

chants. dans. Raad Adams, W. Giay's inn la. brick. Gent, A. and Hains, G. B. Thurmaston, Leicester,

hosiers. Labi H. and Wison, W. Bread-st, merchants Ghinaraens, M. R. Da Costa, W. J. and Mendez,

C. L London, mrchants.
Leath, W. Tas, T. Ray-st. Clerkenwell, Goudge, S. and A. Norton-falgate, paviors.

Garnett, J. Amplieil, K. and Yate, B. Worcester,
K. and Richardson, J. London, ware. woollen.drapers.

German, T. and Pelly, T. Preston, Lancashire, cot. DIM.. asd ehrley, J. Worcester, wool-staplers. ton-manifacturers. 2. Hard Armstrong, J. Penrith, drapers. Gilbard, W. Hariell, W. and Chan:ller, R. Eynda u Brtriey, J. Piitsea, Hants, millers. Brighthelmstone, inn-ket pers.

1. Titrari, f. Kirkby, $. and Bolt, T. Grimstone, E. and Nudin, D). Whitecross-pl. Wila ***, Dribarits

son st. bot.presscrs. Breton. 1. aid Hyslop, R. C. Gosport, com non. Huntley, T. and Fi ides, J. Gr.at St. Helen's,"

Bisho, sgate st. wholesale.tea stealers. beros, 8 9 1bbott, J. Backlesbury, auctioneers. Hart, J. and O'Reil, W. King's-arms.bu. Wood st. 24, R. 8, and Barbudge, J. Corentry, drapers, Cheapside, silk-manufacturers. Boing, T. Heaven, s. and fryer, J. Newniam, Hewer, J. and Brainble, W. South Cerney, GlouGrioriterhire, fontsters.

cestershir, inillwrights. bwa n. N. P. and Williams, T. C. Norwich, tea. Howe, E. M. and Vere, J. South-st. Finsbury-sq.

Scio mistresses. Bety. W. sen. and Burberry, R. Wood st. Hollingsworth, T. and Mouncey, J. Liverpool and Cin, baina no factorery.

Manchester, timber.merchants. Em 34. T. and Zea, H. Church st. Shoreditch, Haycraft, J. and Sinith, T. Fieet-market, leather

sellers. Czy. Ranger, J. Collard, P.W. Davis, D. Higinbottom, J. Southam, J. J. Higinbottom, J. ar atid W. F. Chai.'e, music-sellers and and Higinbottom, S. Asliton under-Lyne, Lancasalararo nimaniacturers.

ter, cottot-spinners. Cra, C. and latcber, M. Shepherd's Bush, Hustwick, R. and Fistier, J. Kingston-upon-Hull," KX-10******0%.

coach-manufacturers. *, R. and T. York. timber-merchants.

Hill, J. and singleton, A. Lancaster, solicitors. (...benda Cubes, T. jan. and Harris, J. Shep. Hunt, T. F. and Walsh, J. Parliameni st. army.

rnb, Oxford, machine mahers. agents. Crt. d. Don & 9, J. and Cowie, W. Kingston, Heberi, H, and Barrow, F. C. Old Broad-st, wine Jasa Descans.

and becr inerchants. Core, L. n. 290 Owen, S. Sy mond's inn, Chan. Harden, N. Jaques, J. and Sedgwick, H. Upper

Thames-st, wholesale grocers. City, H. and Pinhet, H. London-st. Crutched. Hywood, W. Hokien, A. and Blackwell, s. jun. Tat), 1.- risks.

Bristol, sugar refiners, C. Wakened, and Clarkson, J. Alver. Heath, J. lowell, S. and Mitford, J. Bristol, hat.

kupe. York, lamb's wool yara manufacturers. manufacturers. CH and Ma ka. ag‘ats.

Hope, T. and Park, H. Hebilen-bridge, Yorkshire, C209, W. *.ard Chapple, w. jun. Piccadilly machine-naher An exre, iruk-mahers.

Hobson, J. and S. Biston, drapers, Dars. wid Jung, 1, Bond-st. Manchester- Haycock, J. and Parsons, R. Torley-st, Southwark, retaini bui ders.

druggisis. D:X, H. ad Bi X, X. B. B shop gate-st. saddlers. Horre,'s. J. Wells, D. and Seard, A, Bull-head-co. 5:16. and Remy, G. Od svuih Sea House, Newgate st. wliolesale iacemen and glovers. uts.

Haplıy, J. and Simpson, T. B. Pinners' hall, Lan, A. and Browne, W. J. Liverpool, mer: - Broad st. insurance brukers.

Mood, I. sen. and Bond, W, jun. Wood st, 181, d. and W'lxan, J. Clemeni's-la. Lombard-it. Cheapside, ribbon ma..ufacturers. 230-brokers.

Hicks, H. and Hopkins, T. jun. Gosport, timber. Dk,j. Disar, T. and Dixon, W. North-Allerton, merchants. ile brocultetu.

Hammersley, H. Hammersley, G. Greenwood, C. Lores, E. and Wachell, C. St. Helen, Worcester Drewe, J. R. and Bruckbanki, H. Pall-mall, bas

kers. Da, D. Kussell, T. Bramley, J. and Upton, Hoare, W. and Stone, J. Fareham, plumbers. T7 Cmetord, Yorkshire, earthenware manu- J'Anson, W. and J. Aldgale, drapers.

Julinson, E. Hazlehurst, T. ad Greenwood, w. De 2 and Westland, R. Working, Surrey,

snap-muhers. 5219

Jones, E. and J. and Lawrence, J. Caerlcon, MonDE ,1.5, d. and Barker, J. Aylesbury, Backing- mouthshire, farmers. ***TE, O brewers.

Jones, J. and Ruik, J. High-st. Southwark, che sea Dux 4.6.2 Champion, J. Bridlington, York. - mongers. ...as.

Jones, T. G. and Marshall, T. H. Kingston-upon. 1-12 4.1.1. and Stitton, H. Mill-la. Tooley-st. Hull, timber inerchants. iemakers and plochandiets.

Junes, E. Jones, J. and Lawrence, J. MonmouthLs •4, Y. and Pilling, S. Rochdale, Lancaster, sisire, tanners. tags3031-beepers,

Keating, T. and Murlev, S. 8. St. Paul's church-ya. Fr... Elembuts, K. and Jaffray, R. Dove-co. chcenists and druggisis. ustard 4. merchants.

Kirkpatrich, W. E. and Kirkpatrick, T, J, London, 15", T. Moule, G. and Moule, J. Melkshami merhants. 4.3 Dark

Kidd, R. Kidd, B. and Kidd, S Isleworth, mealmen. Fus. RW. and Partridge, 8. Old Change, King, P. King, J and King, R. Plymouth, brewers.

Knight, N. and Daine, P. l'eauleton, Lancashire, 1*. V. and Parter, J. R. Warwick-sq. 'colton uranufacturers. far my dystansturen.

Kendall, E. and J. and Lathain, J. Beaufort, Bree In W.25d Ball, 6. P. Bi mingham, platers. tonshire, 100 mastera. Larop. siag. 1'ot. LXXL. Jan.1818.

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Loekwood, T. and Adderley, J. Mountsorrel, Lei. Roynton, J. and Heap, W. Halifax, Yorkshire, eot. cestershire, stone-merchants.

ton card-makers. Lee, J. W. and Simpson, W. W. Malden, Essex, Renorden, G. and Cradock, T. Holborn-hill and coal and malt merchants.

Biachiriars'.road, saddlers. Langford, J. and Ridge, W. Milk st. wholesale- Rogers, H. Evans, C. and Wood, T. Wolverhamphaberdashers.

toll, ironmongers. Lee, M. A. Pattinson, R. Green, H. jun, and Smedley, J. Nixon, J. and Hollingworth, B. NotDykes, T. jun. Hull.

tingham, lace-manufacturers. Langton, 2. Evans, R. and Foster, J. Bread.st. Scattergood, J. and J. H. and Posnet, W. Dale Manchester warehouse men.

Abbey, Derhyshire, coal-merchants. Lewis, L. Lewis, D, and Alstone, 'T. Bishopsgate-st, Smith, c. C. and Butt, Cheltenham, milliners. goldsmiths.

Shaw, T. and Kimber, J. Bishops ate.st. grocers Morland, J. and Whiting, R. Minorice, umbrella. and tea-dealers. makers.

Stevens, E. and Stevens, C. Mary-le-bone-la. groMorris, R. and Forrester, B. Burslem, Staffordshire, cers. wheelwrights.

Strachan, W. Holland, s, and Ackers, T. Spital. Meek, J. Innes, W. and Britten, J. Cateaton-st. fieleis, Liverpool. Rlackwell.hall-factors,

Schroder, j. F. and Schroder, J. H. London, mer. Meeski, H. and Cane, T. St. James's sq. tailors.

chants. Moorman, T. Moran, J. and Moorman, H. Old- Spooner, W. Walters, W. Balls, M. and Dowden, et. iron founders and saw-makers.

P. Brixton, coach-masters. Mason, J. and Devine, J. Gun-st. Spital-fields, silke Spring, J. O. and Taylor, R. H. Coningsby, Lincola, manufacturers.

drapers. M'Ghie, B. A. Beatson, J. and Thurgood, J. Castle Stockman, E. and E. jun. Portsea, grocere. co. Birchin la. any and insurance brokers.

Strachan, W. and M'Culloch, J. Liverpool, colour. M'Cartiy, C. and Brown, H. W. Love-la. East- manufacturers. cheap.

Smitli, W. and Coupe, T. Wigan, Lancashire, cotMunyard, J. sen. Munyard, J. jun. Munyard, D. ton. manulacturers.

and Munyard, T. Upper St. Martin's.ia. iron. Sharp, E. and Choat, J. Brighthelmstone, leather. mongers.

cultors. Mitchell, W. and Cantrell, E. Manchester.

Seare, S. and Griffiths, T. St. James's.st. engravers. M'Carthy, C. and Davis, R. Newport, Monmouth, Shepherd, J. and Wilson, J. Leeds, merchants. school-masters.

Sleeman, N. S. Spry, J. Smith, W. H. and Tuck, Murden, W. and Sarson, S. Leicester, plum bers. R. N. Truro, merchants. Menzies, R. and J. Carmarthen, dealers in table- Spicer, F. G. and Spicer, S. Chipping Wycombe, linen.

Buckinghamshire, paper-inakers. Milsom, R. and Wright, W. Walthamstow, Essex, Staton, R. and De Carle, J. Ipswich, Suffolk, timstage coachinasters.

ber-merchants. Nevill. J. sen. Nevi'l, J. jun. and Hall, S. Vineyard. Stephenson, J. and Parley, J. Lambeth-hill, Doce walk, Clerkenwell, watch-case-makers.

tors'.commons, merchants. Noton, M. and Brown, C. Nottingham, milliners, Thorp, R Buzzard, L. Roberts, W. and Thorp, G. Nodin, H. and Nodin, F. S. Mincing-la, Custoin. Aylesbury, lace-merchants. house agents.

Thomas, D. and Henn, A. H. London-st. Green. Ogden, J. Ogden, J. Rhodes, T. Tennant, T. wich, china and glass men.

Kirkby, T and Bolton, T Holbeck, Yorkshire, Thompson, C and Dails, J. Kingston upon-Hull, scribbling and tulling millers.

insurance-brokers. Oldham, T. Hedley, M. and J, Manchester, calico. Tisdall, J. and Posten, C. Coal.yard, Drury-la. dryprinters.

salters. Ogden, J. Schon 11, J. Wroe, T. and Schofield, J. Tesseyman, F. and Easton, W. Kingston-upon-Hull, Openshaw, Lancashire, colliers.

curriers. Paul, C. and Paul, R. Upper Mary-le-bone-st. cabi. Tagliabue, J. and Tagliabue, J. Brook-st. Holborn, net and chair manufacturers.

barometer-makers. Penrith, W. and Bird, T. Bath, linen drapers. Vine, J. St. Alban's, and Vine, R. Watford, higglera. Parkes, J. W. J. J. and H. Warwich, worsted. Vere, J. and Bacon, T. Bishopsgale-st. silk-mermanufacturers.

chants. Pitcaim, W. Branigan, D. Wilson, J. and Wright, Valentine, J. and Brasier, J. Bedford, farmers. T. H. Lindon, merchants.

Vere, J. and Bacon, H. Bishopsgate st. merebants. Penny, J. Machell, J. and Kitchin, R. Liverpool, Unwin, J. Unvin, J. jun. Unwin, J. Salihouse, J. rope-makers.

and Linley, R. Dore, Derbyshire, life-boat-maken. Penny, J. Penny, M. Penny, T. and Penny, s. West, J. and Cory, W. Pavement, Moorfields, coal Shepton Mallett, Somerset.shire, grocers.

and coke merchants. Pritchard, R. and Wilding, W. Sharewshury,'hatters. Warsen, W. F. and Powdich, T. Wood-st. wholePark, J. and St angraays, E. Liverpool, brokers. sale-glovers. Palmer, W. and Gibson, J. R. Stralford, Essex, Wilkinson, J. and Wilkinson, A. 0. Old Broad-st. coal-merchanis.

insurance-brokers. Parnell, H. and Raffles, W. Church-st. attornieg. Weleh, T. and Shellito, F. Horwich, Lancaster, Paynter, S. Paynter, J. and Butler, F. Coleman-st. cotton manufacturers. builders.

Wittwer, C. F.and Sampson, L. Dover, boot-makers. Price, G. and Ralls, W. Portsea, jewellers.

Wilkinson, J. and Irwin, J. Sherrard.sl. Golden-sq. Rossiter, J. and Hill, B. Paulton, Sounersetshire, hair-dressers. maltsters.

Wood, G, and J. Broughton, calico-printers. Ryland, R. Ryland, J. C. and Mills, T. Savage-, Ward, W. and Barry. M. Duver, rope-makers. gardens, corn-factors.

Wallington, T. and Wallington, S. Basinghall-st, Robertson, J. and Stephen, A. East India Chambers, Blackwell-hall-factors. Leadenhall.st.

Wood, G. Wood, E. and Wood, R. Tottenhan. Kees, M. and Oliver, W. St. John's-st. haberdashers. court road, ironmongers. Ridgway, T. sen. Ridgway, J. and Ridgway, T. jun. Walkiden, A. and Wagstaff, J. Salford, Lancashire, Bolton le. Moors, Lancaster, bleacheks.

pawnbrokers. Kodottom, R. and c. Piccadilly, coffee-house. Worrall, s. Pope, A. and Edmunds, J. Bristol, keepers.

banhers. Rogers, W. and T. Manchester, small-ware-manu. Walker, J. and Walker, J. Bradford, Yorkshire, facturers.

grocers. Reonels, W. and Baker, E. S. Barnstaple, painters Wraith, W. and Milnes, E. Wakefield, Yorkshire, and glaziers.

upholsterers, Robothanı, T. and Clarke. T. Derby, maltsters. Webb, J. B. and Webb, W. Blackfriars'-road, hair. Richardson, G. and Hill, T. Piccadilly, distillers. dressers. Robertson, A. and Wilson, R. Friday-st. liacn-dra. Young, G. Young, A. Sims, J. and Young, W.G. pers.

London. Robinson, J. and E. Wigton, Cumberland, cotton. Young, W. and Smith, T. Harpola. Thames-si. manufacturers.

ship-agents. Rogers, E. and Young, M. Winchester, school.mis

tresses.

LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c:

(Continued from Vol. LXXII, page 566.) JOSEPH CLAODE, NIEPEE; Of Frith-street, Middlesex; for certain improvements on steamMiddlesex

engines. Communica'sd to him by a foreigner es is the mean of propelling boats and other residing abroad. Dated December 15, 1817.

k. Communicated to him by a forciguer re- JEAN FREDERICK, Marquis de CHABANNES, ag abroad Dated Novem er 25, 1817.

of Drury-lane, Middlesex; for certain improve FELICIS 3:1-LEE, of Oxford street, Middlesex, ments upon his inventions appliable to the pur. Seart; for certain improvements on machinery poses of warming, cooling, and conducting air, in For en ting paper.

Dated Xosember 28, 1817. houses and other buildings, and also of warming, OH HAGUE. of Pear street, S'ital.fields, Coling, evaporating, condensing, and taking the Middiests, Engineer ; for certain improvements in residuun froin liquids, and to other useful purposet. we met od or expelling molasses or syrup from Partly communicated to him by a foreigner residing In, and a so in the refining of sugars. Dated abroad. Daled December 19, 1817.

JEAN FREDERICK, Marquis de CHABANNES, 196 TURVEK, of Birmingham, Warwickshire, of Drury-lane, Middlesex; for a new method of bea.pahir; lor certo improvements in the constructing pipes of tubes, of copper, sheet lead, pang Cirer 65 brass, or a mixture of copper sheet iron, tin, or other metals, or mixture of De*** brass mith purens stat.dard gold, or gold mixed tals, capable of being reduced into sheets. Dated Tá a greater prillion of a'loy, and in the pre- December 19, 19.7.

eat a strike same for rolling in to sheets. Dated JOHN LEWIS, Clothier, WILLIAM LEWIS, December ), 1917

Dyer, and WILLIAN DAVIS, Engineer, all of WILLIAM RISK, of Ponsbourn Park, Hertford. Brunscombe, Gloucestershire; for certain inproveuz, and ROBERT HARVEY, of Epping, Essex, ments on wire-gig mills, for the purpose of dressing Trialien, for their certain improvements in the woollen and other cloths that may require such prop Dan or mode of making pipes and tubes of por.

Dated December 19, 1817. ua, cay, or other ductile substances. Dated ARTHUKHOWE HOLDWORTH, of Dartmouth,

Devon, Esculie; for his improvements on gasome WILLAN STRATTON, of Gutier-lane, Cheap- ters. Dared December 19, 18.7. de, London, Enki nett; for his improvements on THOMAS PAPPS No. 4, Clayton-place, Ken. pertana part of parts of gas apparatus. Dated De. nington, Surrey, Accountant; for certain improve uber S. 187.

menis in bonks of acconnts, commonly knowu un. IEPH WID, of Pylewell House, Southamp. der the names or

denomination of casti-book, y Esqaire ; for a machine for separating com, bought and sale day-book, or journal and ledger. an, at steds, from straw. Dared December 5,

Daled December 19, 18:9.

WILLIAM CLELAND), of Bolton le-Moors, LanSTEPHEN PRICE, of Stroud, Gloucestershire, cashire, Gentleman; for his improvemenu in the Engineer; for his improved substitute for itasles bleaching of Max and hemp, and also in the bleach

be used in the dressing woollen cloth, or fabrics ing ot yarn and cloth, or other goods made of either which regule dressing Dated December 3, 1817. of inese articles, Dated December 20, 1817. MOSES POOLE, of Lincoln's lon Old square,

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VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER,&c. at Nine o'Clock A.M,

By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL.

1517 Barom Ther. Wind Obser. 1818 Barom Ther Wind Obser. Dec. 24 29.72 32 N

Fair

Jan. 10 29.90 42 SW Raia 25 30 01 32 N Ditto

11 29.81

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Fair 26 30.12 29 SW Dilto

12 29.99 40 NW Dilto 27! 29.82 87 SW Ditto

13 29.82 48

S Rain 29 9.65 34 W

Ditto

14 29.82 50 SW Fair 29, 30.19 28

Ditto

15 29.71 49 SW Raia 30 30,01 36 SW Ditto

16) 29.901 50

Fair 31 30.08 , 32 N

17 29.97 44

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18 29.97 39 NW Ditto Jan. 1 30.05 23

N Fair
19 30.50 34 W

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NE Show.
2030.38 87 SW

Ditto 8 29 55 39 E Spow

21 29.94 41

Rain 4 29.46 43 S Rain 22) 29.98 42

S Fair 5 29.52 44

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231 29.70

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Ditto 6 39.06 38 NW Fair

21 29 47 45 SW Rain 71 30.20 42 W Dillo

25 30.00 36 W Pair 8 30.12 39 NW Dillo

26) 29.87 42 W Ditto 91 30.11, 40 S Ditto

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LONDON MARKETS, Jan. 20, 1818. COTTON.-The late extensive sale at been realized-- 100 bales Bengal were disthe India Hoose has occasioned a tempo posed of al prime cost. Another sale, it is rary pause in the demand for Cotton; the reported, will take place in three weeks or prices are litde varied ; tbe bolders bave a month; the arrivals are 1100 surats, 46.00 been asking an advance on the sale prices, Bengals, and 450 Bourbons; mure supplies but we believe it has in very few instances are expected, particularly of Bengal buitul, The purchases since our last are confined quiries after Coffee. By privnte contract, to 200 Peroams, 25. ld. to 2s. 140. ; 30 last week, several rather extensive transaca Snyrnas, 17d. to 1704. ; and a few prime tions were reported to have taken place, at Suriname, 2s. 21 d.

rather high prices; some Cheribon realized SUGAR.--The deliveries of Sugars from 98s ard 100-. ; very high res were asked the warehouses have materially increased for Java Coffee, on account of its scarcity. since the commencement of the year, owing These were no public sales brought forward toa great revival in the country wade; the last week, which was stated to be owing to speculation in September and October ad.

the very small quantity of Coffer remaining vanced Ilie price of Muscovadoes so rapidly in the importers' hands. that the trade kept their stocks more limited There was a public sale advertized for tban usual; as the prices since have declined this forenoon, but it has been postponed to moderate rates, it has greatly promoted Dil Thur-day. the home consumption.

The inarket for IRISH PROVISIONS, &c.- The prices Şogars in the importer's hands was, however, of prime provisions are likely to continue rather heavy last werk: the few purchases out of proportion bigb in comparison with made were at prices a shade lower.

the sales of parcels of inferior description ; This forenoon the market is again heavy, it is now ascertained ibat a great proportion and purchases may be made Is. lower, but of the nex Beef in imperfecily cured, ow scarcely any sales have been efficted ; the ing it is stated. 10. the uniavourable weaimprovement of the country trade appears ther during the Burf curing season: it will evident by the extensip deliveries from the probably have an effect on the future prices warehouse last week ; 3999 casks nearly ex.

of the prime.

The demand for Pork conclusively for home consumption.

tinues steady; the bolders anticipate that The stock of Sugar is now nearly the same the present currency will be maintained. as last year.

New Bacon continues teady, though rather There has been little variation in the limited in request ; the old is entirely negprices of Refined Goods; double and fine lected. The holders of Buller continue Hambro' Loaves have been much in re. sanguine of realizing higher prices. quest, and in several instances prices a FRUIT.-The only extensive parcel of shade bigher were submitted to; the demand Curranis remaining in the importers' hands for Lumps has rather given way; the prices was laut work purchased by the trade. A are rather lower; few sales of crushed Su- cargo of Riinins was broliglie forward last gars haye been effected ; Molasses are heavy werk; it cousinend of 6380 baskets Deni, and declining.

of a middling quality ; the whole was with The Refined Market bas some appearance

drawn ar Ols. of giving way this foredoop-purchases may RICE.-Tlie prices of Rice are nearly be made Is, and 2». Jower.

nominal : in the present tale of the market, For Foreign Sugars there has been more the late prices for Carolina Ric, could not enquiry; for the finer descriprions higher be realized. The quantity of East India prices are asked. The only sales, we be- expected is reported to be very extensive. Jiese, since our last are a few yellow Ha- HEMP, FLAX, TALLOW.- The de. vannahs at 53.

mand for Tallow greatly revived yesterday, CORN.--The winds for some time past and this morning the animated request conhave prevenied all arrivals of Grain from tinues ; the immediate cause of the advance the coast; the supplies of Corn have, in is the scarcity, and the persons who had enconsequence, heen entirely confined to the gaged for time bargains being unable to land samples from Essex and from Kent; fulfil their contracts Hemp continues in very fine Wheat was yesterday in request, request. The demand for Flax has rather bat every other description, notwith- given way. standing the limited supplies, were very OILS-Oils continue very heavy, the heavy. In all kinds of Corn the sales were prices declining. A small parcel of Sperm confided to the buyers for imrnediale con- bas arrived, and, we believe, been disposed somption, who with reluctance complied of something lower. Hvery other descripwith the advance that the sellers demanded. tion of Oil is on the decline, Cod Oil at A rise of Is. in fine (ats was submitted to. a depression of Il. per ton, Pale Seal 21. Grey Peas, being also scarce, a similar im. and Brown at a greater decline, Seed proveineut was realized; the sales were, Oils have also given day II, to l. per ton, however, very limited. In Clover Seed and meet a heavy sale at the declive. there was much briskuese; both red and NAVAL STORES.—There is a public white seed advanced 28. to 3*, per cut. sale of Ronghi Turpentine advertised; the Tares, being scarce and in demand, realized prices are, in consequence, nominal until an improvement of 9a, per bushel; if a the sale. Spirits are unvaried. Tar has change of wind takes place, very extensive been in request at an advancing currency. supplies are looked for, and as the buyers Io Pitch or Rosin there is no variation. are out of stock, it is anticipated there will TOBACCO.--The market continues very be a very brisk market.

beavy į there are no sales of any extent, COFFEE.-There have been several en,

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