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

London Attorpies' Names are between Brackets.

CLAYTON, RICHARD, Leeds, cloth-merchant, Oct. 3.

ASHWORTH, JOHN, Manchester inn-keeper, BELT, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, Great Drifbeld,
Nov. 17, 18, and Dec. 1, Albion, Manchester. York, currier, Neptune, Kingston-uponHull.
(Halstead and Co. Manchester; and Milne and (Scotchburn, Great Driftield; and Spence, Thread.
Co. Temple.) Oct. 20,

needle-sheet.] Sept, 26.

BARTELLS, THOMAS, Aldersgate-street, wine- HOLLAND, SAMUEL PHILLIPS, and Co. Wormerchant, Nov. 14. (Hubbersty, Austin-friars.] cester, hop-merchant, Nov, 21, Guildhall CotfueOct. 3.

House, Worcester. (Parker and Co. Worcester; BURTON, WILLIAM, Hinckley, Leicestershire, and Cardale and Co. Gray's.inn.] Oct. 10.

hosier, Nov. 17, George, Hinckley. (Soden, HADDAN, WILLIAM, Clement's-lane, Lombard. Hinckley ; and Beckett, Noble-street, Foster street,, Nov. 24. (Wiltshire and Co. lane.) Oct. 6.

Winchester House.) Oct. 13. BENTLIF, DAVID, Gravesend, shoe-maker, Nov. HARPER, JAMES, Fleet-street, bookseller, Nov. 7, 2. (Madox and Co. Austin friars.] Oct. io.

and Dec. 5. (Bicke and Co, Aldermanbury.) Oct. BUTLER, JAMES ARTHUR, Blackheath, master. 24.

mariner, Nov. 21. [Rivington, Fenchurch-street.) JOHNSON, JOHN EDWARD, Hyde-street, BloomsOct. 10.

bury, master-mariner, Nov 10. (Allisten and Co. BRABAND, EDWARD, Manchester, dealer, Nov. Freeman's court, Cornhill.] Sept. 29. 21. (Howell, Simmond's-inn.) Oct. 10.

JACKSON, JOHN, Easingwold, Yorkshire, mer. BARNES, JAMES, Cinderford, Gloucestershire, chant, Nor, 17, at Mr. Williain Preston's,

coal-merchant, Nov. 24, King's Head, Glouces. wold. [Lockwood, Easingwold; and Longdill and ter. [Griffith and Co. Gloucester; and King, Ser. Co. Gray's-inn-square. ) Oct. 6. jeant's.inn.] Oct. 13.

JONES, THOMAS, Bull Ring Birminghamn, cord. BAKER, FRANCIS, Upper Thames-street, baker, wainer, Nov. 04, White Hart, Digbeth. (Sim.

Nov. 28. [Chapman and Co. Little St. Thomas cox, Birmingham; and Bourdillion and Co. Apostle, Queen-street.) Oct. 17.

Bread-street, Cheapside.) Oct, 19. BATESON, JAMES, Armley Hall, Leeds, York. LEVY, SOLOMON, Mansel.street, Geodman's

shire, merchant, Nov. 6, 7, and 28, Court house, neld's, tailor, Nov. 84. (Annesley and Co. Leeds. (Smith and Co. Leeds; and Wilson, Cateaton -street] Oct. 13. Greville-street, Hatton-garden.) Oct. 17.

LOCK, GEORGE, Pirton, Worcester, grazier, No4, BUCKLEY, JAMES, Hurst, Lancashire, cotton- 2, 3, and 28. Old Swan, Cheltenbam. (Lesing.

manufacturer, Nov. 2, 3, and Dec. 3, Bridgewater ham, Upton-upon-Severn, Worcester, and Pat Arms, Manchester. (Cunliffe, Manchester; and and Co. New Boswell.court.) Oct. 17. Clarke and Co. Chancery.lane.) Oct. 20.

LE BRUN, PHILIP FELIX, King-street, CorentCUMBERO, FRANCIS, Boar's Head court, King- garden, chymist, Nov. 7, and Dec. 1. (Dawson, street, Westminster, coach-master, Nov. 7. (Dun- Saville-place, Burlington-street.) Oct. 20. combe, Lyons.inn.) Sept. 26.

MORETON, CHARI ES, Derby Arms, Croydon, CROSS, THOMAS, Bath, butcher, Nov. 7, Grey. victualler, Oct. 3, 7. (Rowland and Co. Lincoln's

hound, Bath. [Evill, Bath ; and Nethersole and inn-fields.) Sept. 26. Co. Essex-street, Strand.) Sept. 26.

MEDHURST, THOMAS, Manchester, cotton-mangCROWTHER, WILLIAM, Banner-street, watch- facturer, Nov. 2, S, and Dec. 1, Bridgewater Arns,

maker, Nov. 7, and 28. [Hudson, Walworth. Manchester. (Cunlitie, Manchester ; ard Clarke place, City road.) Oct. 17.

and Co. Chancery-lane.) Oct. 20. DYSON, WILLIAM, and CO. Haugh, York, grocers, PARSONS, THOMAS. Duke-street, St. James's, Nov. 7, Town Hall, Shufheld. (Broomhead, Shef- brecches maker, Nov. 17. (Turner, New-inn.) field ; and Duncan, Gray's.inn.) Sept. 26.

Oct.6. DUSSARD, PETER, Welbeck-street, Cavendish- PROCTOR, CHARLES, Hirst, Stafford, farmet,

square, milliner, Nov. 7. (Lawledge, Gray's-inn. Nov. 4, 6, and 28, Three Tuns, Sutton Colufeld, lane.) Sept. 26.

Warwick. (Croxall and Co. Sutton Coldfield DAFTÉR, MOSES, Whitmister, Gloucestershire, and Hall and Co. James-street, Bedford.rows

linen-draper, Nov. 10 and 11, Upper George Cora Oct. 17., Gloucester.), Matthews, Gloucester; RAVEN, CHARLES, and CO, Norwich, wine-metand A'Beckett, Broad-street, Golden-square. chant, Nov. 14, Norfolk Hotel, Norwich. [Good. Sept.29.

win, Norwich; and Abbott, Rolls-yard, Chancery. DUKKANT, JAMES, East Dereham, Norfolk, inn. lane.] Oct. 9. keeper, Nov. 10, Norfolk Hotel, Norwich. (Palmer, REBBECK, JOHN, Bradford, Wilts, clothier, Nov. Easi Dereham; and Adlington and Co. Bedford. 14, Commercial Rooms, Bristol. (Cooke, Brise row.) Sept.29.

toi; and Lambert and bo. Gray's-iun-square.) DAVIL, DAVID GRAVES, and co. Plymouth. Oct. 10.

dock, drapers, Nov. 14. (Adarns, Old Jewry.] RELDING, FREDERICK, Wellington, Salop, tanOct. 3.

ner, Nov. 11 and 12, at the Star, Shifinal, and ei, DAY, RICHARD, Crooked-lane, oil-broker, Nov. Heygate, Salop.. [Brown, Shiffnal; and Morton

24. (Wiltshire and Co. Winchester.) Oct. 13. and Co. Gray's inn.square.). Oct. 10. DIBDIN, JOSEPH, Camberwell, Surrey, victualler, RICHARDS, WILLIAM, and co, Snow-hill, face

Nov. 7, and Dec. i. (Henson, Bouveric-street, tors, Nov. 21. [Mayhew and Co. Chancery-labt.] Fleet-street.) Oct. 20.

Oct, 10. DYSON, GEORGE, jun. China-terrace, Lambeth, RAVEN, JOHN, and Co. Norwich, inercliant. Nor.

auctioneer, Nov. 7, and Dec. 5. (Hodson, Sta. 21, Norfolk Hotel, Norwick. (Goodwin, Norwich; ple-inn.) Oct. 24.

and Abbott, Rolls-yard, Chancery lane.)

Oc?. EVANS, GEORGE, sen. and jun. High-street, 10.

Southwark, hop-merchants, Nov. 7. (James, REES, REES, Chatham and Gravesend, Kent, draBucklersbury.] Sept. 26.

per, Nuv. 98, Commercial Rooms, Briste!.

(41FOWLER, WILLIAM and JOHN, Alder Mills, thur, Bristol; and Rosser and Co. Bartlett's.

Tamworth, Staffordshire, corn-millers, Nov. 10, buildings, Holborn.) Oct. 17.
Castle, Tamworth. (Willington, Tamworth.) RUST, WILLIAM, Shcificid, merchant, Nov. 3, 6,
Sept. 29.

and Dec. 5, Angel, Sheffield. (Wilson, GrevilleGLASS, MOSES, Pattern, Wilts, victualler, Nov. street, Hation-garden.] Oct. 94.

14, Spread Eagle, New Sarum. (Laycock, Wilts; SCHOLES, SAMUEL, and Co. Manchester, calcsand Price and Co. Lincoln's-inn.) Oct. 3.

de viers, Nov. 17. Bridgwater-arins, Manchester. GRAVES, JOHN, Borough of Southwark, bop and [Wadfield, Manchester, and Hurd and Co. Tem

seed merchant, Nov. 24. (Lee and Co. Three ple) Oct. Crown-square, Southwark.] Oct. 13.

SYKES, GEORGE, and co. Huddersfield, YorkGOM PERTZ, HENRY, 'Tokenbouse yard, wool. shire, merchants, Nov. 1, 5, and 21, Saville Arms,

dealer, Nov. 28. (Bishop and Co. Tokenhouse- Elland, Halifax. (Plachburn, Huddersöeld; and yard.) Oct. 17.

Hartley, New Bridge-street.} Oct 10. GRAHAM, ROBERT, Garstang, Lancaster, grocer, SHEPPARD, JAMES, and CÓ. Gainsborough and

Nov. 16, 17, and Dec. 5, White Horse, Preston. Boston, Lincolnshire, corn-factors, Nov. 3, and 4, [Parkinson, Garstang; and Blakclock, Serjcant's. Rutland arms, Newark-upon-trent, and 24, White inn, Flect-streer.] Oct. 94.

Han, Gainsborough. (Tallents and Co. Newarko HOPKINS, JONATHAN, Hop Market, Worcester, upon-Trent; and Long and Co. Holborul-court,

hop and seed Merchant, Nov. 10, Star and Gar- Gray's inn.) Oct. 13. ter, Worcester. (Hill, Worcester; and Becke, SLACK, WILLIAM, Longwood-house, Huddetse

Devonshire-street, Queen's-square.] Sept. 29. field, Yorkshire, woolstapler, Nov. 3, 4, and 94, HALLET, WILLIAN, Spa.fields, catile-dealer, White Horse, Huddersteld. [Pearce, Hudders*

Nov. 17. (King and Co. Gray's-inn square.] Oct, field; and Siocher and Co. New Boswell-count.] 6.


SCHWABACHER, ISAAC, Great Alie-street, Goodman's fields, toy.merchant, Nov. 7, and 28.

(Mancham, Great St. Helen's.). Oct. 17. SNUGGS, JOSEPH WILLIAM ALDERHEAD,

Lime-street, spirit-merchant. Nov. 7, and Dec. 5.
(Chapman and Co. Little St. Thomas Apostle.)

Oct. 2+.
VENTRESS, JOHN, and Co. Newcastle-upon-Tyne,

cheesemongers, Nov. S, and 24. Turk's Head,
Newcastle upon-Tyne. [Forster, Newcastle-upon.

Tyne ; and Fisher and Co. Holborn.] Oct. 19. WALTERS, JOIN, Tredegar, Monmouth, grocer,

Nov. 21, White Lion, Bristol. (Clarke, Bristol ;

and Jenkins and Co. New-inn.) Oct. 10. WHITBY, WILLIAM, Clement's-lane, Lombard.

street, drug-broker, Nov. 24. (Wiltshire and Co.

Winchester House, Old Broad-street.) Oct. 19. WHITTENBURG, WILLIAM, Manchester, cot

ton-dealer, Nov. 24, Garrick's Head, Manchester. [Taylor and Co. Manchester; and Ellis, Chancery lane.) Oct. 13. WILSON, JAMES, Railbone-place, Oxford-street,

bookseller, Nov. 7, and Dec. 5. Nind and Co. Throgmorton-street.) Oct. 24.

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DIVIDENDS, FROM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, TO SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1818, ADNAM, R. East Isley, Oct. 20 Edwards, M. Freshford, Nov. 19 Meatyard, T. Dorsetshire, Oct. 29 Adnam, R. Leckhampstead, Oct. Empson, G. Sheffield, Nov. 13 M'Neilie, W. Liverpool, Nov. 5 Adnam, W. Midgham, Oct. 20 Eigar, W. Maidstone, Nov. 17 Martin, s. jun. and Co. Lough. Arndt, J. G. and Co. Coleman-st. Fearn, J. Sculcoates, Oct. 27 borough. Nov. 3 Oct. 31

Prost, L. jun. Liverpool, Nov. 10 Midwood, J. Huddersfield, Nov. 4 Arderr., R. Stockport, Nov. 10 Foreman, J. jun. Mountsorre!, Mackenzie, A. J. and Co. Cross-st. Anthony, R. Plymouth, Nov. 4 Nov. 5

Nov. 10 Adams. W. and Co. Cumberland. Poster, E. S. Yalding, Nov. 7 Mathews, J. Hampstead, Nov. 94 st. Nov. 7

Fotherley, T. Gosport, Nov. 6 Nelson, J. East India Chambers, Anderson, A. Philpotala. Nov. 14 Fletcher. B. Deptford, Fov. 7

Oct. 17 Ashton, J. Tower-st. Nov. 10 Fairlamb, J. Wynyatt-st. Nov. 7 Nichols, J. Leeds, Nov. 19 Brook, J. Longroyd-bridge, Nov. 2 Grisentliwaite, W. King's Lynn, Nicoll, E. Hemel Hempstead, Nov, Barkar, S. and Co. Billiter-sq.

Oct. 24

10 Noy.7

Goodall, W. and Co. Garlick-hill, Ogden, A. and Co. Liverpool, Oct. Baran, R. M. and Co. Taverham, Oct. 31

96 Oct. 19

Gonde, J. Leicester, Nov. 4 Oliver, J. Lutterworth Rrooking, J. Bristol, Oct. 17 Gompertz, A. Great Winchester-Orie, W. Borough, Nov, 10 Broughall, R. Shrewsbury, Oct. 21 st. Noy. 10

Pearce, J. Horningsham, Oct. 19 Bush, J. Thatcham, Oct 20 Gillam, T. and Co. Bedwardine, Pellowe, R. Falmouth, Oct. 31 Balling, W. and Co. High Hol

Nov. 16

Pitts, L. Thorpe Abbotts, Oct. 24 born, Oct. So

Glover D, Gutter-la. Nov. 10 Pleil, A. L. and Co. Bishopsgate-st. Bradshaw, J. and Co. Lancaster, Hodizkins, C. Old City Chambers, Oct. 27. Oct. 27 Oct. 17

Price, P. and Co. Winchester-st. Berthen, P. and Co. Finsbury-sq. Hobson, J. Manchester, Oct. 19

Oct.30 Nov. 3

Heward, J. Bridlington Quay, Oct. Palmer, R. Worthing, Oct. 31 Bingley, W. and T. Taristock-st. QA

Poulgrain, R. and Co. Cornwall, Oct. 24

Hobson, J. Manchester, Oct. 24 Nov. b Burnett, A. Lisle-st. Oct. 31 Haycock, J. Norfolk, Nov. 27 Pearson, G. Leadenhall-st. Nov. 14 Piggs, G. Holborn-br. Oct. 31 Herbert, J. and H. Tokenliouse Perry, J, Nantwich, Dec. 9 Butler, W. Prescot, Nov. 11

yard, Oct. 30

Pitcher, J. Back-road, Nov. 4! Rrookes, W. Paternostar-row, Oct. Howell, J. and Co. Black-friars'- Pothonier, F. Corporation-row, 31 road, Oct. 31

Nov. 10 Bone, H. North Shields, Nov. 20 Hewett, B. and Co. Eddowes Bow-Purday, T. Margate and Sandgate, Bishop, R. Tetbury, Nov. 4 man, Nov. S.

Nov. 21 Blankenhagen, T. C. Bishopsgate Hounsom. J. Fleet-s. Nov. 7 Ross, E. Oxford-st. Nov. 7 st, Nov.7

Aarris, W. Cornwall, Nov. 4 Richards, J. Whitchurch, Oct. 26 Beaver, J. Red-cross-st. Nny. 10 Hand, J. Wornwood-st. Nov. 7 Roden, W. Birmingham, Oct. 24 Bush, J. Thatcham, Nov. 14 Humfreys, W. sen. Old Fish-street. Raner, T. North Allerton, Oct. 29 Bath, W. Esher, Nov. 14

Hill, Oct. 31

Ridley, J. Wood-st. Oct. 31 Browning, W. St. Mary-axe, Nov. Higginson, H. Finsbury.sq. Oct. 31 Richards, R. Shrewsbury, Nov. 4 14

Hartley, J. Manchester, Nov. 6 Reilly, J. D. Thavies.inn, Nov. 7 Bryan, W. White-lion-co. Nov. 14 Herbert, T. Sealord, Nov. 14 Ramsbottom, J. and Co. Norwich, Cox, W. H. Bread-st. Oct. 17 Heath, J. Teignmouth, Dec. 8 Nov, 6 Craig, J. and Co. Basinghall-st. Hopkins, W. Aldersgate-st. and Rance, H. Worcester, Nov. 16 Oct. 31 Great Trinity-la. Nov. 14

Rose, S. Swansea, Nov. 16 Cullen, R. and Co. Cheapside, Hockly, D. and Co. Brooke-st. Rains, .. S. W'apping wall, Nov. 14 Nov. 7 Nov. 14

Robinson, G. Paternoster-row, Nov.7 Child, R. Waltham, Oct. 19 Johnson, C. jun. and R. Kirkby Stevens, R. Long-la. Oct. 17 Carter, J. Liverpool, Oct. 19

Lonsdale, Oct. 19

Smith, W. Oxford-st. Oct. 20 Coulborn, C. March, Oct. 27 Jackson, J. Middleton, Oct. 24 Smith, G. Ludgate-bill, Oct. 6 Curtis, E. Chiswick, Oct. 31 Ireland, J. Culkerton, Nov. 4 Solomon, S. M. Birmingham, Oct.90 Clementson, E. Market Bosworth, Jackson, w. Clement's. Ja. Nov. 10 Scholefield, N. and Co. Greenwich, Nov. 19

Kelly, E. Black-lion-la. Oct. 3 Oct. 24 Changeur, L. L. Kensington, Nov. King, T. Leicester, Nov. 4 Searle, H. Strand, Nov. 3 21

Kieckhaefer, G. Islington, Nov. 14 Slatter, 'T. Ihminster, Nov. 3? Carmichael, J. Little Russell-st. King, R. Duke-st. Nov. 10 Strange, T. Hazelbury, Oct. 31 Nov. 10

Kenyon, R. Manchester, Nov. 18 Seaton, J. and Co. Pontefract, Coulter, J. Chelham, Nov. 10 Lovenbury, M. Weston, Oct. 20 Nov. 2 Davies, J. Shrewsbury, Oct. 21 Love, W. Huddersfield, Oct. 22 Smale, J. Plymouth Dock, Nov. 3 Dickenson, R. and Co. St. John's. Lunn, c. Tamworth, Oct. 25 Stanbrough, W.jun. Woking, Nov.14 st. Nov. 7

Lyne, G. and Co. Nov. 7 Scott, J. Tuxford, Nov. 9 Drakeley, J. and Co. Market Bos. Lee, J. Liverpool, Oct. 31 Stuart, J. Bishopsgate-st. Nov. 10 worth, Nov. 10

Labato, e. A.P. Finsbury-sq. Nov. 3 Smith, J, Tabernacle-walk, Nov. 10 Dyson, C. Dungeonwood, Nov. 11 Lister, J. Netherton, Nov. 16 Seagar, S. P. Maidstone, Nov. 17 Davenport, S. Staines, Nov. 10 Lester, T. Hatton-garden, Nov. 14 Travers, J. and Co. of Newton and Duckworth, H. jun. Billiter-la. Munckton, C. Curry Rivel, Oct. 16 Lower Whitley, Chester, Oct. 19 Nov. 3

Mullett, F. St. Mary-axe, Oct. 17 Thompson, E. Ferryhill, Oct. 27 Earle, J. Winchester, Oct. 20 Morand, s, Broad-st. Oct. 19 Tabor, W.James-st. Oct. 27 Elliott, W. Westgate, Oct. 27 Mountford, J. Worcester, Oct. 27 Tebbutt, R. Loughborough, Nov. 3 Eccles, J. Penkridge, Oct. 28 Monkhouse, W. J. Liverpool, Tozer, J. Alderman's-walk, Oct. 31 Eld, J. Houghton, Oct. 21

Nov. 7

Thomson, W. Manchester-bulld. Edwards, J. Clare-sl. Oct. 31 Mugridge, T. and E. King's Lynn, Nov. 3 Emery, S. Brewood, Nov. 3

Oct. 27

Townsend, J. Ludgate-st. Nov. 10

Tastal, J. B. Minories, Nov. 10 Wood, S. and Co. Manchester, Oct. Wainwright, G. and Co. Liverpool, Thompson, J. P. Great 29

Nov. 1 Nov. 7

Wilcox, J.'Almondsbury, Oct. 30 Wilson, J. and J. Shrewsbury, Nov. Willson, J. H. Manchester, Oct. 30 Welchman, J. Bradford, 'Oct. 31 Wilks, J. Finsbury-sq. Nov. 7 Wright, T. Aughton, Nov. 5 Wolffe, J. and Co. New Bridge-st. Wascoe, J. North Allerton, Oct. 29 Wallis, J. Leicester, Nov. 4

Dec. 1 Worley, C. Woodyates, Oct. 29 Wise, J. B. Taplow Mills, Nov. 7 Younder, J. Crescent, Nov. 7

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES, FROM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, TO SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1818. ABBOTT, W. Honey lane-market, Howard, R. Stockport, Oct. 20 Ranford, J. Oct. 90 Oct. 31

Hadingham, M. King st. Oct. 27 Rowbottom, J. Field House, Oct. 24 Barton, J. St. James's-pl. Oct, 84 Hattield, R Dewsbury, Nov. 3. Robinson, J. jun. York, Oct. 94 Brooke, J Rawfolds, Oct. 27 Holloway: W.Worcestershire, Nov.3 Ravenshaw, T. Liverpool, Oct. 31 Bush, M. Isleworth, Oct. 31 Hilbers, 'H. G. St. Marv-axe, Nov.7 Ryder, J. Robert-st.' Oct si Bateman, J. Asthell, Nov. 7 Hall, B. V. Gosport, Oct. 10 Spencer, T. Manchester, Oct. 90 Broughall, R. Shrewsbury, Nov. 10 Hodges, W. Kew, Oct. 10

shaw, W.and G. Lepton, Oct. 94 Blunt, c. Tavistock-st. Nor. 14 Jenden, C. Worthing, Oct. !? Salisbury, J. & S. Liverpool, Nov. 1 Bray, R. Gosport, Nov. 14

Kennell, J. P. (hurch-st. Oct. 17 Springet, J. Maidstone, Nov. 7 Cole, R. Greai Yaninoutli, Oct. 17 Legert, J. Lugwardiae, Oct. 17 sargeni, G. Hastings, Nov. 14 Clegg. S. Salford, Oct. 27

latcham, C. Bristol, Oct. 31 Thorogood, C. Strand, Nov. 3 Cunliffe, J. Manchester, Oct. 27 Meriton, D. Maiden-la. Oct. 24 Thomas, R, Calverley, R. Kegworth, Oct. S! Moody, M. Cheltenham, Oct. 31 Nov. 10 Clegg, J. C. Manchester, Nov. 3 Milbourne, s. Skerne, Nov. 3 Turner, J. Bury-mill, Nov. 14 Cross, W. Birmingham, Nov. 7 Massar, A. iwynnc's-bu, Nov. 7 Verdenholm, G. V. White-ya. Nor. Duckworth, E. Manchester, Oct. 31 Naslı, W. Bristol, Oct. 27

14. Donovan, D. V. Tortola, Nov. 7 Nicholls, T. Birmingham, Nov. 14 West, J. Abbey-green, Oct. 84 Dodson, P. Bedminster, Nov. 10' Oakley, G. and Co. Old Bond-st. West, T. Manchester, Oct. 31 Firth, J. and Co. Dewsbury, Oct. 17 Oct. 17

Whitfield, J. Old-st. Oct. 31 Furnival, S. Liverpool, Oct. 24 Pocock, G. Leadenhall-st. Oct. 31 Wooddeson, T. W. Dover-st. Nov. 7 Foster, W. Liverpool, Oct. 31 Procior, J. and Co. Steyning-la. Wilson, J. S. Nor. 7 Flower, T. Castle-st. Nov. 15

Oct. 31

Willatls, T. Great Queen-st. Nor. 10 Grieve, P. Essex-st, Oct. 90 Philinps, T. Haking. Nov. 7 Walker, J. Upper Russell-st. Nor. Gill, H. R. Park-pl. Oct. 27 Quiat,J.North Woolborough, Oct. 20 14. George, J. North Audley-st. Nov. 3



DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP, FROM SATURDAY, SEPTEWRER 26, TO SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1818. AMALRIC, A. and Fothergill, W. Manchester, dry- Carr, J. and Buck, A. Loughborough, lace-mangsalters.

facturers. Anderson, J. and J. St. Thomas's-st. Borough, Crook, J. and Armstrong, W. Skinner-st. Snor. cooks.

bill, auctioneers. Ashton, J. and Gill, T. patent-hydrometer-makers. Cuming, K. and Cuming, T. Plymouth, dealers in Allen, W. sen. and Allen, W. jun. Bewdley, Wor. fruit. cestershire, tailors.

Collins, J. and Hewson, J. Gosport, attornies. Atkinson, T. W.and J. Billingsgate, fish-factors. Clapcott, W. Castleman, W. and Adams, G. Butti, L. Barnaschina. C. and Carianeo, E. New- Christchurch and Wimborne, bankers. castle-upon-Tyne, barometer-makers.

Cave, S. and Huntington, S. Cheltenham, jewellers. Byron, H. and Henry, W. Scarborough, York, Dalton, M. Dalton, M. Preston, R. and Barge, J. mast-makers.

Manchester, manufacturers. Bishop. J. and Coulson, W. Chiswell-st. Finsbury- Debaufre, J. and Clark, W. Cow-la, lamp-man • sq. basket-makers.

facturers. Bennett, N. and Williamson, J. Bo- Dacre, L. Beauclerk, A. and Colman, s. Merton, rough, upholsterers.

Surrey, flax.manufacturers. Parrow, F. C. and Cobb, W. London.

Dickenson, J. and Bloxam, E. Aldersgate-st. WeaBankier, J. and Scotland, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, pawnbrokers.

Dempsey, W. and Phillips, T. Little Moo ri elds Brooks, D. and Sudlow, W. Manchester, corn. builders. dealers.

Elkins, N. and Ingram, J. Ellis-st. Chelsea, plurBates, J. and Medlicott, R. Bridgnorth, Shropshire, hers.

Evill, J. and Evill, W. Bath, bankers. Brierley, J. and Mitchell, J. Halifax, cotton-spin. Fckley, J. and Boeler, J. Bristol, linen merchants.

Eastwoord, A. and Sheardown, T. Kingston-upon. Binning, C. and Drew, J. Wells, Somersetshire, Hull, linen and woollen drapers. linen drapers.

Fletcher, T. and Pickering, T. Wapping-wall, mastBraithwaite, W. and Richardson, J. Stockton, Dure inakers, ham, wharfingers.

Fry, W. B. and Sparkes, J. Southampton-st. Butler, J. T. and Thomas, J. Elder st. White-lion- Strand, linen-drapers.

st. Norton falgate, lead-pipe.manufacturers. Fidlin, J. and Hitchor, R. Manchester, caliceBrooke, J. N. and Gariston, T. Harcourt, Wor- manufacturers. cestershire, paper-manufacturers.

Friend, J. and Middleton, N. Dover, merchants. Birks, W. of Chamer's Old Hall, Staffordshire, far. Franzen, H. and Cross, C. estate.

mers, and Smallwood, T. and Spearman, R. of agents. Drayton-in-Hales, Shropshire, bankers.

Grant, L. and Forsyth, J. Inverness, booksel. Baker, J. and Barton, J. G. Brook st. Ipswich, glass lers. and earthenware dealers.

Grundy, E. and Horrok, S. Radcliffe, Lancashire, Bealey, K. and Bealey, J. Amsworth, Lancashire, calico-priniers. Collon-manufacturers.

Grey, c. I. and Philips, P. High Holborn, silver Bissayer, C. J. and Jones, C. Fetter-la. smiths. paper gilders.

Greg, S. Hodgson, J. Greg, R. H. and Daniel, G. Boden, C. and Phillips, J. B. Nicholls-sq. Cripple. Manchester, merchants. gale, jewellers.

Greg, S. and Hodgson, J. Caton, Lancashire, cottonBossano, J. Thames-st. sugar refiner, and Levett, J. spinners. Kingston upon-Hull, merchant.

Grime, E.JNaylor, A. and Rice, T. Salford, LancaIrown, J. andTaylor, E. Louth, Lincolnshire,drapers. shire, machine-makers. Charrington, J. R. and Spencer, J. Deptford, twine- Grimley, T. and Brooks, A. Leicester, milliners. spiuncis.

Greated, J. and Field, W. Snow-bill, auctioneers.


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