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2. [Smith, Cock-pit-bill, Manchester; and Hurd

and Co. King's-bench-walks, Temple. ) Sept. 21. KIRKBRIDE, J. Southwaite, Cumberland, cattle.

dealer, Oct. 8, Green Dragon, Carlisle. (Addison, Staple Inn; and Loury, Carlisle.) Aug. 97. KILVINGTON, J. Bank-side, coal merchant, Oct.

18. (Crosse and Co. Great Suffolk-st. Southwark.j . Aug. Si. KIRKPATRICK, E. Moat, Cumberland, bacon and

butter-factor, Oct. 22, King's Arms, Carlisle,

(Rirkett, Cloak.la.; and Blow, Carlisle.) Sept. 10. LOCKWOOD, W. Manchester, merchant, Oct. 8,

Star, Manchester. (Taylor, Manchestes.] Aug.

27. LANGDON, R. S. Yeovil, Somerset, bookseller, Oct.

12, at Mr. White's, Yeovil. (White, Yeovil; and

Burfoot, King's.Bench-walks, Temple.) Aug. 31. LOW DEN, T. Hitchen, Herts, innholder, Oct. 19.

( White and Co. Token house-yard.] Sept. 7. LAMB, J. Carey-st. Chancery-la. victualler, Oct.

22. (Crosse and Co. Great Suffolk-st. Borough.]

Sept. 10.
LEPINGWELL, J. South Town, Little Yarmouth,

Suffolk, merchant, Oct. 4 and 26, White Swan,
Mancroft, Norwich. (Bignold and Co. Norwich ;

and Alexander and Co. New-inn.) Sept. 14. LEMAN, J. and T. C. Bristol, money-scriveners,

Oct. 1, 2, and Nov. 2, White Linn, Bristol. (Vizard and Co. Lincoln's-inn fields; and Osborne

and Co. Bristol.) Sepl. 91. M' MICHAEL, J. Penrith, mercer, Oct. 8, Crown and Mitre, Carlisle. (Hodgson, Carlisle; and

Young, Charlotte-row, Mansion-louse.] Aug. 27. MASCALL, T. Wolverhampton, grocer, Oct. ¥2,

Koyal Hotel, Birmingham (Price and Co. Lin. *coln's-inn Old-sq.; and Wood, Wolverhampton.]

Sept. 10.
MORRISON, J. Pen tonville, merchant, Oct. 29.

(Jones and Co. Royal Exchange.] Sept. 29. MASON, W. S. Colchester, grocer, Oct. 29, Red

Lion, Colchester. (Pocock and Co. Ely-pl.; and

Daniell and Co. Colchester.) Sept. 14. MONTGOMERY and Co, Liverponi, merchants,

Oct. 16, 17, and Nov. 2, George, Liverpool. (Lace and Co. Liverpool; and Atkinson and Co. Chancery.la.) Sept. 21. MARSOM, S. Leadenhall.st. merchant, Oct. 19 and

Nov. 2. (Wind, Thragmorton-st.) Sept. 21. MUGRIDGE, T. and E. King's Lynn, cork manit.

facturers, Oct. 10, 11, aud Nov. 2, Guildliall, King's Lyon. Willis and Co. Warntoid-co. ;

and Goodwin, King's Lynn.) Sept. 21. NUNS, W. Allerton Bywater, York, roper, Oct. ,

Red Lion, Pontefract. [Towns, Pontefract; and

Blakelock, Fleet-st.] Aug. 27.
NORRIS and Co. Liverpool, merchants, Oct. 8,

George, Liverpool. (Dacie and Co. Palagrave.pl.
Temple Dar; and Hughes, Liverpool.) Aug .
NORTH, W. Carmarthen, dealer, Oci. 12. Com-

mercial Rooms, Bristol. (Sweet and Co. Basing.

Itall-st. ; and Stephens, Bristol.} dug. 31. POTHONTER, F. Corporation-row, Clerkenwell,

distiller, Oct. 8. (Windus and Co. Southainpton.
build.) Aing. 27.
PRICE. S. Fardisley, Hereford, shopkeeper, Oct. 19,

Greyhound, Hereford. (Plati, Nei Roswellen
Lincoln's-inn; and James and Co. Broad-st. Here.

ford.) Sept. 7.
PACKER, J. Painswick, Gloucester, clothier, Oct.

99, King's Arms, Stroud. (Adlington and Co.

Bedford.rng; and Wathen, Stroud.) Sept. 10. POTIS, W. Liverpool, bailder, Oct. 14, 15, and

Nov. 2, George, liveroool. (Denison, liver. pool; and Atkinson and Co. Chanceryola.) Sept.

21. PERCY, R. Blandford Forum, and FORCE, J.

Wimborne Minster, Dorset, auctioneers, Nov. ?, • New Inn, Wimborne Minster. (Dean, Guilds

ford st. ; and Rowden, Dorset.! Sept. 21. PALMER, G. Haselbury, Somersei, carrier, Occ. 14,

15, and Nov. 2, Angel, Bath. (Adlington and Co.

Bedford row; and Gaby, Bath.1 Sept. 21.
POOLE, J. Gloucester, baker, Nov. 8. (Beeke,

Breara's-build. Chancery-la. ; and Gardener,
Gloucester.) Sept. 81.
PEARCE and Co. dealers, Oct. 19, ga, and Nor.

3, Royal Hotel, Birminghain. Clarke and
Co. Chapcery.la.; and Bird, Liverpool.) Sept.

21. RANSON, J. jun. Sunderland, draper, Oct. 19, Gol.

den Lion, Sunderland. (Wilson, Greville st. Hat. con-garden; and Himes, Sunderland. Sepi..

ROBERTS, A. $. Leeds, flax-spinner, Oct: 2, , an

19, Court-House, Leeds. (Atkiason and Co. Leeds.)

Sept. 7.
RYDER, J. Robert-st. Surrey, hat-manufacturer,

Oct. 26. (Lowden, Clement's-inn.) Sept. 14.
RICHARDSON, J. Kirby-Kendal, Westinorland,

house.carpenter, Oct. 2, 3, and 29, hing's Arms,
Kendal. (Addison, Staple-inn; and Wilson,
Kendal.) Sept. 17.
SIDEBOTTOM, W. Stayley-Bridge, Lancaster, cota

ton-spinner, Oct. 8, Bridgewater Arms, Manches.
ter. (Cunhiffe and Co. Manchester; and Clarke
and Co, Chancery-la.) Aug. 27.
SHARPLES and Co. Liverpool, merchants, Oct. ®,

George, Liverpool. [Lace and Co. Liverpool; and
Atkinson and co, Chancery.la.] Aug. 97.
STORY, T, South Blyth, Northumber and, master-

mariner, Oct. 12, Commercial Hotel, North Shields.
(Mitchell and Co. Fowke'o-build. Tower st. ; and
Cockerill, North Shields.) Aug. 31.
SHERMAN, R. Rupertust. Haymarket, horse-dealer,

Oct. 19. (Downes, New-ina.) Aug. 31.
SMITH, R. D. Lad-la. hosier, Oct. 12. (Guy, Croy-

don.) Aug. 31.
SHIRLEY, W. and J. Shelton, Stoke-upon-Trent,

pitters, Oct.19, Swan, Hanley, Staford. (Wikon, King's.bench-walks, Temple; and Griffin, Trent

ham, Staffordshire.). Sapi.. SATES, J. Milford, Pembroke, grocer. Oct. 19,

White Lion, Bristol. (Clerke, Bristol; and Jen. kins and Co. New-inn.) Sept. 7. SALES, W. Milford, Peanuroke, slopkeeper, Oct. 19, White Lion, Bristol. (Clerke, Bristol; and

Jenkins and Co. New.inn.) Sep!. ;. SUTHERLAND, H. Canterbury, milliner, Oct. 19,

Guildhall, Canterbury. {Noit, Canterbury; and

Allen, Clifford's-inn.) Sept. 7.
SEARLE, H. Strand, boot maker, Oct. 19. (Cal.

ling and Co. Spital-fields.) Srpt. 7.
SIMS, W. Porisca, grucer, Oci, 19. India Arms,

Gosport. [Alexander and Co. New ind; and
Cruickshank, Gosport.] Sept. 7.
SIGSWORTH, J. Sunderland near the Sea, Dar.

him, dealer, Oct. 92, at Mi. John Wilson's,
Stokesley. (Powell, Stokesley; and Morton and

Co. Gray's-inn-19.) Sept. 10.
SLATER, A. Cuddington, Chester, corn-dealer,'Oce

29, Crown and Anchor, Norwich. (Leigu and Co.

New Bridze.st; and Barker, Norwich.) Sort. i.
SLATER, N. Caddington, Chester, com lealer. Oc.
27, Crown and Anchor, Nortiswich. [Leigh and
Co. New Bridge-st.; and Barker, Northwich.]
Sept. 17.
SLOW, G, Manchester, manufacturer, Oct. 3, 4, and

20, Bridgewater Arms, Manchester. (alstead and
Co. Manchester; and Milne and Co. Temple.]

Sept. 17.
SAWYER, F. Clopton, Suffolk, hay inbber, Oct. 99.
Crown. Framlingham. (Cola, ludjon, Norsich;
and Huxley, Teinple.)

. Sepi. 17,
SMITIL, A. R. and j. Ilincing-la. mercliants, Oct. I

and 105. 2. (Allen, Fredericks-pl. Old Jewry.) Sept. 21. SMITE, W. Leominster, farmer, Oct. 16, 17, and

Nov. 2, Royal Oak. Leoninster. (Jenkins and Co. New inn; and Morris, L.coninster.) Sopi. !!. SAYWELL, J. Macclesfield, and KIRKMAN, X.

Wood st. Cheapside, silk-manufacturers, (et 5

and N.2. [James, Buckiersbury.) Sept. 21. SHARPLES, J. Blackburn, chitos-manufaeturer,

Oct. 11, 19, and Nov. 2, Castle, Black barn. [Ainsworth, Blackburn; and Clarke and Co. Chancery-la.) Sept. ?i. SMITHYMAN, J. B. Birmingham, cutler, Oct. 11, 10, and Nov. 2, Castle, Bridgnorth, Salop. (Devey and Co. Bridgnorth; and Baxter and Co. Furnia val's inn.) Sept. 21. SHIRLEY, J. and B. Worship-st. earthensare.

dealers, Oci. % 10, and Nov. 4, Swan, Hanley, siafford. (Wilson, King's-bench.walks, Temple

and Griffin, Trentham, Stafford.) Sept. 21. TOWLE, R. Farringdon, Berks, upholsterer, Oct. 8.

(Luukeit, Wilsou-st. Finsbury-sq) Aug. 27. TIMBRELL, W. and W. T. Grungewalk, Bermond.

sey, leather-factors, Oct. 19. (Baker and Co. Bede

ford.pl. Russell-sq.) Sept. 7. TALLIS, J. Doncaster, linen.draper, Oc1, 98, Guild.

hall, Doncaster. [Mason, Gray's-inn; and Ma

son, Doncaster.) Sept. 14. TAYLOR, M. Rudby, York, tanner, Oct. 7, 8, and 20, Red Lion, Stockton. (Windle, Jolin-st. Beta ford-sow; and Raisbeck, Stockton.) Sept. 14.

TUDGAY, J. East-lane-stairs, Bermo:dsey-wall,

säil-maker, Oct. 19 and 29. (Eyles, Castle-st.

Houndsditeb.) Senl. 17.
TITFORD, W. and R. Union-st. Spital-fields, silk.

manufacturers, Oct. 29. (James, Bucklersbury.)

Sept. 17.
TARTT, W. M. Broad-st. merchaot, Oct. 5, 19, and

29. [Paterson, Old Eroad-st.) Sept. 17.
FIČKERS, J. Langharn-Marsh, Carmarthen, far-
mer. Oct. 19. Boyal Hotel, Binningham. [Pun.
ton, Wine-Office-co. Flvet st; and Maudsley, Bir.
mingham.) Aug 31.
WEERS, J. Wellington, Salop, maltster, Oct. 12,

Falcon, Haygale. (Bigg. Southampton-buildings,

Chancery-la. , and Nock, Wellington.) Aug. 31. WILKINSON, G. Sutton under Whitestonecliffe,

York, hakker, Oct. 15. Golden Fleece, Thirsk. [Morton and Co. Gray's-inn-sq.; and Walker, thirsk.) Sept. 3. WRIGHT, T. Stourport, Worcester, timber-mer.

chant, Oct. 19, Star and Garter, Worcester, [Heelis, Staple inn; aud Burges, Bristol.) Sept. 7. WHELLIER, T. Exeter, spiril-merchant, Oct. 19.

Hotel, Exeter. (Darke and Co. Princes-st. Bed.

ford row; and Terrell, Excter.) Sept. 7. WESTLAKE, J. Kingsbridge, Devon, currier, Oct.

29, Commercial Inn, Plymouth. (Makinson, Temple; and Elworthy, jug. Plymouth Dock.) Sept. 17. Welis and Co. Liverpool, merchants, Oct. 14, 15, and Nov. 4, George, Liverpool. (Rosson and Bul. mer, Liverpool and Clarke and Co. Chancery

la.) Sept. 21, WILSON, W. Manchester, linen-draper, Oct. 7 and

Nov. 2, Palace Inn, Manchester. thaw, Spring.
gardens; and Allington' and Co. Bedford-row.]

Sept. 21.
WOODWARD, J. Aylesbury, Bucks, fishmonger,

Oct. !, 92, and Nov. 2, White Hari, Aylesbury,
(Tindal and Co. Aylesbury; and Baxter and Co.
Furnival's-inn.) Sept. li.
WILSON, J. H. Manchester, silk-manufacturer,

Oct. 21, 29, and Nov. 2, Dog, Deansgate, Man-
chester. [Edge and Co. Noriolk-st. Sirand; and
Harrop, Stockport.) sept. 91.

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AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DIVIDENDS,

FROY TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, TO TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1816. ALCOCK J. Gloucester, Sept. 23 Finch, J East Grinstead, Oct. 12 Messer, E. Gagingwell, Oct. 18 Ayre, R. Spalding, Oct. 1

Gibson and Co. Ball alley, Sept. 81 Newslead, J. Aell, Sept. 27 Apery, T. sen. Stanford, Oct. 85 Gray, J. Billiter. sq. Sept. 21 Nottage, G. Stanstead, Sept. 7 Anstead and Co. Old South Sea Grylls, T. Da retend, Oct. 5 Nott, J. Bristol, Sept. 30 House, Oc1.29

Garnett, A. Liverpool, Oct. 91 Nicholson, R.Glamiord Briggs, Oct. Deal, J. Bartholomew.cl. Sept. 28 Hardisty and Co. Bedford-co, Sept. 16 Belling and Co. High Holborn, 17

Oswin, R. Upper Norton-st. Sept. 14 Sept. 17

Holt, R. W. Green Lettuce-la. Nov. Oakes, J. Waruford-co. Sept. 28 Binns, J. Oxford sl. Sept. 21

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Orine, R, Chester, Sept. 97 Bird, G. Perceval-st. Sept. 21 Hayward and Co. London-st. Sept. Owtram, F. Workisop, Oct. 10 Browning, w. St. Mary-axe, Oct. 5

Oliver, G. Skinner-st. Nov.! Blackburn, w. Far la. Oct. 7 Huffam, W. H. Limehouse, Sept. Oldfield, w. Kingston-upon-Hull, Braine, J. Bristol, Sept. 23

Oct, 29 Bellis, E. jun. Nantwich, Sept. 27 Holcroft and Co. Warrington, Oswin, R. Upper Vorton-st. Oct. 12 Beckett, R. Wiltshire, Oct. 4

Oct. s.

Phillips, J. Exeter, Sept. 19 Blake, 'T. Hingwood, Oct. 5 Hughes and Co. Storrington, Sept. Park, T. Walbrook, Nov. 16 Karthroy, B. Biaxhail, Oct. 5

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Peters, J. Portsmouth, Sept. 3 Budd, . Plyin sulh.dock, Oct, 7 Headlam, J. Skinner-st. Nov. b Palmer, T. S. Leamington Priors, Bartels, c. 1. Ipswic), Oct. Humphris, J. Cold Aston, Oct. 8

Oct. 9 Braine, J. Bristul, Sept. 3

Hewitt, J. l'oland st. Oct. 8 Pywell, J. Corentry, Sept. 30 Buller, k. Hingt-si. Oct. 8

Hardcastle, W. High Holborn, Peet and Co. Horwich, 'Oct. 3 Breakspear, J. Oxford-st. Oct. 19 Sept. 28

Pierson, W. Great Yarinouih, Oct. I Buld, P. Plymouth Dock, Oct. 15 Hickox, J. Worthing. Oct. 12 Peufold, J. West Tarring, Oct. 8 Cruss, W. Hairswortti, Sept. 17 Hesketh and Co, Liverpool, Oct. 12 Pocock, E. Huntingdon, Oct. 12 Christian, C. Bread st. Sept. 28 Hodgson and Co. Crown.offics. Robinson, G. Gainsborough, Sept. Carun and Co. Liverpool, Sept. 23

row, Oct19 Culloway, J. New Biod si. Oct. 29 Hutton, J. Denham, Oct. 19 Rowland, W. Stoyning, Sept. 20 Cooper, J. Kidilerininster, Oct. I Hibbs and Co. Weeley, Oct. 12 Rogers, J. H. Cavendish, Sept. 81 Cotti, R. King's Lynn, Oct. 2 Hovychurcl., 1. Bristol, Oct. 21 Render and Co. Leeds, Oct. Curting, J. Playford, Oct. 5 Hodgson, K. Northallerinn, Oct. 16. Rogers, W. Stow in the Wold, Caraghain, J. Liverpool, Oct. 14 Hardwick, J. Manchester, Oct. 16!

Sept. 23 Chanserine 'a:nd Co. Cumber. Humberstin. M. E. Kingston-up. Renton, W. Hoxton fields, Sept. 23 landet. Oct. 12 on-Hull, Oct. 15

Ranney, J. Northumberland-sq. Campbell, s, Liverpool, Oct. 1 Johnston, A. Manchester. Sept. 23 Oct. 9 Charles, S. Dowgatelull, Oct. 12 Jones, J. Chester, Sept. 20

Renton, W. Hoxton-fields, Oct. 11 (vlebate!), J. Milverion, Oil. 12 Jacob, B. Bartho.omew.cluse, Sept. Radclyffe, J. N. Birmingham, Oct. (ex!. J. Kidderminster, Oct. IS Cole, c. Kiaderminster, Oct. 18 Jackson, G. Swan-st. Oct. 18 Reynell, H. Bristol, Oct, 15

Stins, P. Mucb Hadhari, Oct. 15 Jones, T. Liverpool, O. 1, 16 Stewart, w. Wolverhampion, Sept. Castell, G. Eton, Oct. 15

Kirkby, w. Chilvers Ceton, Sept. 17 D<II, T. Macelesfield, Sept. 30

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Stone, J. Mersey st. Sept. 21 Davey, 9. jun. Cheshunt, Sept. s Kinder, J Arbury Mill, Sept. 25 Schroder, H. College-hill, Oct. 19 Doud, C... Milk-st. Sept. 14 helly, J, Windmill.st. Sept. 29 Sell, S. Haleswortli, Sept 23 Dannenberger, J. B. Austin-friars, Kerly, T. Bristol, Sept. 25 Snell. J. Great Torrington, Oct. 9 Sap. +

Kensinging and Co. Lombard-st. Strafford and Co. Holborn br. Sept. Dieseluraps, J. A. Howard's-pl. Oct. 29 • Sept; 91

Keary, W. Ipswich, Oct. 7 Beation and Co. Pontefract, Sept. 30 Denny, J. Broughton, Oct. 11 Knowlton, C. w. Fleet St. Oct. 12 Stanes, R. C. Chelmsforu, Oct. borurs, P. Eversham, 0-1.5 Ligh toller. T. Halliwell, Senl. 20 $now, I'. Sumford, Oct. 9 Devis, T. Bibury, Oct. 19

Las, J. All Saints, south Elmham, Stuchey, W. Fleet-st. Oct. 12 barem, J. Wapping wall, Oct. 8

Sept. 29

sler, J. Brighton, Sept. 15 Daws. J. Piymouth Dock, Oct. 95 layland, T. Lancaster, Sept. 18

Taylor, J. Gray's-iun-la. Nov. 2 Panada and Co. Luth, Sept. 28 Longinore, S. Bristol, Oer. 7 Ward, R. Beccles, Sept. In Exent, R. Great Yarmouth, Sept. Lyon, w.'w. Bartun Turn, Oct. a Wells, L. Grucechurch sl. Sept. 17

Alytton and Co. Welch-pool, sept. Wilson, W. Islip, sept. 13 Eliott, W. T'enryn, Oct. 19

Whittington, R. Nearh, Sept. 18 Farmd to. Bristol, Sept, 26 Aition, W. Manchester, Oct. 4 Willday, J. jun. Meriden, 07.3 El teher, J. (lapham, Nos. 12 Inboy,J.Tokenbass yard, sept.98 Weaver and Co. Shertield, Supt. 88 Farty, L. Stow.sn-the-Wold, Sep:. Morri, W. Hirininglan, et. 10

Whitehouse and Co. Liverpool, Moline, s. Biliter-la. Sept. 14

Oct. 4 Faert, T. St. Martin's, Oct, ! Mossop, c. Preston Howes, Oct. 9 Wilson, J. Manchester, Oct. 5 Sadell, M. Ashby-de' is-Zvucn, Nos wines, L. Pinners' la!!; Oct. Waroe, w. Bedford-st. Oct. 29. Det, 11

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Welch, J. Biriningham, Oct. 1

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284 An Alphabetical List of Certificates. - List of Palents for Inventions, &c.

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,

FROM TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, TO TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1816. ANDREW, M. Manchester, Sept (Hayne, J. Exeter, Oct. 15 Smith, J. Manchester, Sept. 21

Jackson, J. Dean.st. Sept. 17 Shaw, R. Speenhamland, Sept. 61 Aistrope, J. M. Garthorpe, Sept. 24 Locker, T. Oxford-st. Sept. 17 Salter, J. Dartmouth, Oc. i Apsey, T. gen. Stamford. Oct. 5 Lawrence, J. Houndeditch, Oct. 1 Somerset, R. M. Marlborough, Blanshard, G. jun. Bermondsey-st. Marrack, A. Penzance, Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Sept. 28

Maver, J. Peluerla. Sept. 21 Squire, C. Furnival's-inn.co. Oct. 3 Bayfield, B. Mark la. Oct. 3 Muncaster, J. Lancaster, Sept. 28 Scowcroft and Co. Brighton, Oct. 3 Brown, E. W. Saracen's Head, Oct. Martin, J. Alfriston, Oct. I Saltonstall and Co. Fleet-st. Oct. 3 19

Milner, T. Stafford, Oct. 5 Stoti, J. Salford. Oct. 19 Boardman, S. R. Liverpool, Oct. 15 Nelsome, J. Miserdine, Oct. 12 Shaw, T. Skirton, Oct. 15 Cape, J. Gravel-la. Oct. 1

Maddock, R. Sunderland near the Scowcroft and Co. Brightmet, Oct. Chapman, H. New Road, St. Sea, Oct. 15

15 George's, Oct. 3

Newham, W. King's Lynn, Oct. 19 Tomlinson, T. Winterton, Sept. 21 Calvart, A. Sydenham, Oct. 3 Oliphant and Co. Bucklersbury, Tripe. J. West Teignmouth, Oct, Chesney, H. High Holborn, Oct. 3 Oct, 19 Corlass and Co. Reedtord Mill, Powis, B. Tetienhall, Sept. 17 Taylor and Co. Fenchurch-st. Oct, Oct, 12

Patterson, W. Leasgill, Sept, 21 12 Cornfoot, G. North Shields, Oct. 12 Partridge, E. Little Queen-st. Oct. 1 Vile, W. Deal, Oct. 5 Cole, D. Wolverhampion, Oct. 18 Plaw, H. R. Riches-co. Oct. 3 Vickery, J. Virginston, Oct. 15 Charlton, C. East Farleigh. Oct, 13 Phillpin, W. Bread-st. Oct. 3 West, C. Bucklersbury, Sept. 17 Chapman, T. Shoreditch, Oct. 15 Pilgrim, J. Great Wilbraham, Oct. Whitford, T. Eresham, Sept. 21 Davies, J. Carmarthen, Sept. 17

Wheatley. J. New Windsor, Sept. Davies, J. Manchester, Sept. 24 Roberts, R. Elder-st. Sept. 17

21 Dawson, J. Manchester, Oct. 15

Reid, j.

Newcastle upon-Tyne, Wilson. R. Ravenstonerdale, Sept. Espley, J. Wellington, Sept. 24 Sept. 21

91 Escudier, J. Piccadilly, Oct. 3 Raistrick, S. Idle, Sept. 28 Wright, J. Birmingham, Sept. 21 Fidler, J. Bosden, Sept. 17 Poye, H. Etchell, Sept. 28 Woods, G. Woking Mil, Sept. 84 Foster, J. and J. Selby, Sept. 28 Ritchie, J. jun. Finsbury-sq. Oct. 1 Wight, J. Birmingham, Sept. 84 Fields, J. Hacknev, Sept. 28 Ritchie, W. Finsbury sq. Oct. 1 Westroo, M. and M. B. Welling Francis, J. New Windsor, Oct. 15 Roberts, T. Alfreton, Oct. !

ton, Sept. 28 Garside, W. Stockpori, Sept. 28 Rome, G, St. Katherine's-la. Oct. Wyche, H. New Sarum, Sept.es Geundry, G. Stockton, Sept 28

Ward, J.S. Heybridge, Oct. 5 Goyen, J. Mark-la. Oct. 3

Radford, J. Manchester, Oct. 19 Walford, T. Maldon, Oct. 5 Gaskill and Co. Minories, Oct. 18 Ring, J. Tonbridge, Oct. 19 Warren and Co. West Teignmouth, Hollingsworth, G, L. Durhain, simpson and Co. Liverpool, Sept. Oct. 19 Sept. 17

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Ward, R. Beccles, Oct. 18 Hayion, T. Lirerpool, Sept. 21 Sewell and Co. Hounslow, Sept. 21 Woud and Co. Brougthon, Oct. 18 Heath, J. Burford, Sept. 21 Spring, W. Swansea, Sept. 21

1e

LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c.
(Continued from page 188.)

;

EDWARD BIGGS, of Birmingham, Warwick. place, Chelsea, Middlesex, Esquire ; for a sbite, brass-founder; for improvements in or on the method of distilling certain aniinal, vegetable, and machinery used in the making or manufacturing of mineral substances, and of manulacturing certain pans and stails of various kinds. Dated August 14, of the products thereof. Communicated to him by a

1816. certain foreigner residing abroad. Dated July 27, ROBERT TRIPP, of Bristol, roollen-draper; for 1816.

an hussar-garter with elastic springs and fastenings, ROBERT SALVON, of Woburn, Bedfordshire, and also elastic springs for pantaloons and other sniveyor; for further improvements in the con- articles. Dated August 14, 1816. struction of machines for making hay. Dated July WILLIAD MOULT, of Bedford-square, Middle. 27, 1916.

sex; for improvements on his former patent for an JOHN HAGUE, of Great Pearl street, Spital. inprored method of acting upon machinery, bear. fields, Middlesex; for improvements in the method ing date the 23d day of May, 1814. Daled August 14, of expelling the molasses or syrup from sugars. 18:6. Dated July 17, 1816.

JAMES NEVILLE, of Wellington-street, NorthWILLIAM HENRY, of Manchester, Lancashire, ainpton-square, Middlesex, Gentleman; for DCR Doctor of Paysic; fur iinprovenients in the inanu. and improved methods of generating and creating facture of sulphate of in gnesia, commonly called or applying power by means of steam or other Epsom salts, Dated Aug. 3, 016,

fluids, elastic or non-elastic, for driving or working JOHN POʻYLE, uf Shefield, Yorkshire, victual. all kinds of machinery (including the steam engines ler; for brass and copper pla'ing, or plating iron or now in usel, and wliich are applicable also to the steel with brass or copper, both plain and orna. condensing of steam and other aqueous vapours in mental, and working the same into plates, bars, or distillation or evaporation, and are useful in varioes other articles. Dited August 9, 1A16.

manufactories and operations where heat is em. JOHN CHALKLEN, of 'Tower.sir et, Seven Dials, ploved as an ageat, or where the saving of fael is Middlesex ; for improvements in or on valve water desirable. Dated August 14, 1616. closets. Dated August 3, 1816.

JEAN SAMUEL PAULY, of Brompton, Middle JOHN WELCH, of Preston, Lancashire, cotton. sex, Engineer ; for a machine for ascertaining in an mill-roller-inaker; for an improvement in the man. improved manner the weight of any article. Dated ner of making rollers used in spinoing of wool, cot. August 15, 1816. ton, silk, Arx, tow, or any other fibrous substances. ANTHONY GILCHRIST, of Worship-square, Dated August 3, 1816.

Middlesex, Gentleman į for a machine for making JOHN DAYMAN, of Tiverton, in the county of of nails, screws, and the working all metallic sub. Devon, Gentleman; for a method of covering or etances. Dated August 1b, 1816. charing iron, steel, and other metals, or mixtures of ROHERT SALMON, of Woburn, Bedfordshire, metals, with tin, lead, copper, brass, or other me. Sorreyor ; for improved instruments for

comtals, or mixtures of metals. Dated August 3, 1816. plainis in the urethra and bladder. Dated August 19

SAMUEL NOCK, of Fleet street, London, gun. 1818. mak-r; for an in rovement in the pan of locks of guns and fire.asina. Dated August 19, 1816,

COTTON.-The Cotton market last week was without briskoess; the request for export however, still continues : about 600 bags were taken for shipping, and about 500 by the trade :-450 Pernambucco were sold at 28. 2d.-very ordinary, 2s. 180.-200 Maranhams, 2s, to 28. 044.-230 Bahias, 2s. to 29.04d. ; a small parcel of Boweds, 20d.-121 St. Vincents. by public sale, 20 d. to 21d.-and 80 Bengals were sold in the house at 131d.

SUGAR.–The order from the Treasury to reduce the import duty of Muscovades from 30s. to 27s. per cwt. was received at ibe Custom-house on Tbursday ; we have always mentioned a reduction of daty as a inatter of course, as we knew that the Chancellor of the Excbequer had alluded particularly to a probable reduction, when the late bounties on refined sogars were settled : we io consequence early suggested it (6th August) to our subscribers; the exports made previously to the 5th inst. will be placed very favourably for the owners, the prices being 23. 10 3s. lower than any parcels thai can now be shipped. Since the order arrived at the Custom-house, there have been few purchases of Muscovades made by private contract ; the late prices were, however, fully maintained ; 171 bhds, and 10 tierces Bar. badoes sugars were brought forward by public sale on Friday, the usual terms; the prices were about 13, higher than the previous market currency ; the whole went off freely fropa 81s. to 89s. There was much interest excited this forenoon to see the probable effect of the late change of duty on the market; there was, however, little business done by private contract ; the purchasers declining to make any offers until after the close of the iwo public sales advertised, to see the prices realized ; the first consisted of 166 bhds. 67 tierces, Barbadoes, the prices went off 3. to 45. under the former sales ; middling white, 83s. to 87s. -fine white, 905, 10 90s. 60.- fine yellow, 785, to 82s. 60.--good brown, 73s. 6d. The second sale, 313 hhde. 40 tierces Guadaloupe Muscovades, ordinary soft brown, the whole went off beavily from 65s. 10 69s.-ove lot of 70s.--of the latter it may be stated, that the prices were fully Is, onder what would have been accepted previous to the commencement of the poblic sales; but no alteration can be at present stated in Muscovadoes, as both sales were only fit for grocery ; We have lately had extensive parcels of Barbadoes sugars brought forward, which has depressed the prices of that description, and the other sale was entirely soft sugars; a few Grenadas sold inuch about the previous market currency. There has been lately much briskness in the demand for refined goods : extensive shipments have been made for the Baltic ; crushed sugars, from 70s, (o 74s. The demand for the home consumption of the country has been also very considerable; there is little variation in single and powder loaves ; Hambro' and Doubles have been in extensive demand, and the latter getting scarce. Molasses in request at an improvement of Is. The stocks of West India in the worehouses are reduced to about 800 casks -The holders of foreign descriptions continue to demand high prices; we cannot expect any considerable supplies of Guadaloupe sugars : that island being given up to the French authorities on the 230 of July. Brazil sugars bave been in great request; 11 chests strong white were brought forward by public sale, and for which 63s, or 64s. was offered; the whole were withdrawn at 65s, 6d. and 66s. 61. being subject to the auction duty: since sold by private contract so high as 658. ; and anather parcel reported at 66. -In this forenoon's public sales were 32 hhds. Guadaloupe Clayeds : as there are few in the market the prices realized were extremely higle: middling Terres, 96«. 96s. 6d. and 98s; Communes 786. 6d. and 823. 60.- - The Import Dilty on sugars paid after Sept. 5:-Muscovades, 27s.-Clayeds, 32s. ---East lodia sugars, 37s.

COFFEE.-The business doing in coffee continues very extensive; the prices of the ordinary descriptions are again from 15. to 23. per cwt. The tine in last week's sales went off freely, and realized a very high currency; about 150 bods. good and five middling :Jamaica selling from 925, 10 965. hd. ; a great proportion of the marks lately inported, which used to be fine iniddling and fine coffee, are this year only miðdling, or even of inferior deseription the Jamaica ordinary qualities went from 60s. 10 61. for very ordinary ; 663. to 69s. for good, and for fine ordinary 70s, to 753. 61!.; ordinary middling 82-. to 835. 60. TheDoch weni off equally high; there was some renewal inthe demand for foreigo coffee hut the prices are still very low ; St. Domingo, 633. 10 658. ; East Iodia descriptions were en. quired after ; but the sale by the Company being on so early a day, prevented any exten. sive transactions from taking place.

IRISH PROVISIONS, &c. - There is no variation in the prices of Beef and Pork ; there cootinues to be a scarcity of prime parcels; the retary of very warm weather will no doubt selard the season ; it will probably be late in its comencement. Bacon continues in good demand. The Builter market is exceedingly depressed, and large arrivals are looked for, both from Ireland and Holland ; the request in consequence continues very limited. The public sale to lay will no doubt tend to depress the market; it consisted of 200 firkins New Waterford 955. 10 969. the remainder of the sale was butter of last season, and a considerable proportion of 2d and 3d quality.

RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.-There continues to be a very extensive business done in rum; last week several purchases were made for the Irish market, anticipating a wel season, and that the spirit distilled from the grain would be so inferior as well as high, that it wonld greatly promote the consumption of rum ; one or two parcels of fine Jamaicas were also taken for the Liverpool market; the accounts of the vintage in France continued to be stated very no favourable.- Brandies are agnin a shade highes.--Geneva without alferation ; the demand for rum has rather given way this forcnoon; the prices are, however, little varied.

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FROM THE 26TH OF AIGUST, TO THE 230 OF SEPTEMBER, 1816, BOTA INCLOETT.

nug. 26 to Sept.2

Sept. 2 to go Seji. 9 to 16 sept 16 15 23 BREAD, per quartern..

1.1

1 Flour, Fine, per sack..

70 0 a 75 0 70 0 a 750 70 O a 75 O 700 a 75 Seconds

65 02

70 0 65 00 70 0 65 O a 70 0 65 0 a 700 Scotch....

60 O a 68 0
60 O a 68 0 GO O a

68 0 60 0 a 69 0 Malt

50 0 a 58 0 50 Oa 60 O 50 o a 02 0 300 690 Pollard ................

19 0 a 920
19 o a 29 0 20 O a

85 o 20 0 a 850 Bran

90a 10 O 90 a 100 70a 90 7 0 a 90 Mustard, Brown, per bushel..

160 a 84 0 10 0 a 96 O 16 o a 20 O 16 0 2 950 White, 6 0 a 100 80 a 140 802

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80 a 10 0

80 a 10 O 69 a 100 Turnips, Round..

26 O a
32 0
26 O a
92 0
96 o a

99 0 26 0 a $30 Hemp, per quarter......

52 O a 58 0 52 O a 38 0 52 0.a 5* O 920 530 Cinque Foil

30 0 a 9% o 30 0 a 38 0 SO 0 a 33 0 300 a 80 Clover, English, Red, per cwt.

500 a 900 500 00 O 50 0 a 90 0 50 0 a 900 White,

65 0 a 190 65 O a 1120 65 O a 1120 85 0 a 1180 Trefoil

90 0 a 35 O 200 a 35 O 20 & 35 O 90 0 a 35 D Rape Seed, per last

36 оа
400

$60 a 40 O 36 O a 400 34 0 a 58 Linseed Cakes, per 1000

400 a 700 400 a 700 40 O a 70 O 40 0 700 Onions, per bushel

0 0 2 0 0 ора о 0 0 0a 0 0 0 0 0 0 Potatoes, Kidneys, per ion...

26 a $ 6 о са оо о оа 0 0 0 0 0 0 Champions... *.

I 10 a 20 o oo o o 3 10 a 10 s oa 4 Beef

3 оа + 0

8 a
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3 2 a 42 $ 2 a

3 a 4 0 Lamb enhall, per st. of

4 0a 5 0 4 0a 5 0 38 a 4 Veal 8 lbs.

4 ga 5 8

4 0a

5 4 9 ga 4 8 $6 a 6 Pork

3 % a 48

4 0 a
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30 a 48 Butter, Dublin, per cwt.

92 0a ( о ) 920 a 0 0 92 0 a 04 O 99 0 a 94 0 Carlow..........

1620 ao 102 Oa 104 O 102 Oa 104 O 100 ga 1026 Dutch 90 0 2 0 0 90 оа 0 0 90 0a 00

900 a 0 0 York, per firkin..

43 0a 0 0

50 O a

0 0 30 O a 0 0 50 0 a 06 Cambridge

50 O & 0 0 52 0 a 0 0 50 са об 55 0 2 0 6 Dorset..

50 O a
0 0
56 O a

0 0 56 0 a 0 50 0a 0 0 Cheese, Cheshire, Old .............

90 0 a 1000 90 0 2 100 0 96 0 a 100 O O a 1000 Diito, New

89 O 2 840

HOO a
84

74 0a 840) SO 0 a $40 (.loucester, doubled .....

80 OR
84 0) 80 O a N40

80 O a 90 0 O a 90 Dirco, single

40 0a
50 0
42 0 a

42 O a 52 0 48 0 a 58 0 Dutch

56 O a оо 500 a 59 0 600 a 0 0 40 0 a 56 Hans, Westphalia.

o na 0 0 6 ба о о o o8 о 0 0 OB 0 0 York....

90 O &
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96 o a

0 0 80 0 a 900 800 a 900 Dacon, Wiltshire, per stone

5 6 2 0 0 $ 8a 0 0 80 a 0 0 60 a Irish

5 4 a

0 0 5
0 0 6

0 0 York, per cwt.

87 0 a 0 0

87 O

0 0 67 0 a 0 0 67 0 a 00 Pard.o.

66 O a 0 0 65 2 0 0

65 a 0 0 65 0 a 0 0 Tallow, per dillo

2 14 0
2 14 0
2 16 0

2 180 Candles, Store, per doz.

10 6
10 6
10 6

10 6 Ditto, Moulds...

120
120
12 0

14 0 Siap, Yellow, per cwl..

70 0
76 0
76 0

75 0 Dirio, Anilled

81 0
81 0
SA 0

800 Ditto, Curded

85 0
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88 0

88 0 Starch

9 16 a 0 3 1 #0 0 3 16 a 0 0 3 16 a 0 Coals, Newcastle

38 Sa 170 89 02

SO O 39 O a 50 0 37 S & 490 Ditto, Sunderland..

34 6 4 419 316 a 19 41 9 a 14 6 37 02 44 0 Kent

4 10 a

8 8 4 10 a A8 6 0 a 110 6 08 110 Hops, in bags Sussex

4 488

80 S 10 a 100 5 10 10 O Hay St. James's

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4 17 3
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4 17 0 Clover....

6 10 0
6 9 0
6 10 0

6 IS O Straw s averaged

9 100
2 10 0
2 10 0

$ 120 Hay .......

5 3 0
$ 0
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6 16 0
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AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN,
By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Rusliels, and of OATMEAL. per Boll of 110 lbs. Avoirdapotu,

f.on the Returns received in the Week
Linding Aug. 24. Ending Aug. 31. Ending Sept. 7. Ending Sept. 14.
1.

d.

d.
WHEAT
PYE..
BARLEY

37 9

$7 OATS

05 BEANS 5

40 PEAS ...

33

SO 6
OATMEAL

29 3 AVERAGE PRICES of BRITISH CORN in SCOTLAND), s the Quarter of Figlit Winchester Dosliels.

and of OATMEAL, per Boll, or 198 lbs. Scotch irop of 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four It'ecks immediately preceding the 15th of Aug. Niti fronine London Gazette of salarday, Aug. 31. is, Wbeat, 718. ud. Hve, 375. 9.'. I Barley, Xos. id. Oats, 238. 10d. 1 Beans, 333, d. | Peas, sgs. 6d. Ont meal, 18. 5d. | Beer or Big. 91.1 l'ublished by Authority of Parliament, WILLIAM DOWDING, Receiver of Corn Returns.

AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MISCOVADO SI GIR. Exclusive of the Dutics of ('ustoms paid or payable thereon on inelinvortation thercof into Great Britain,

Computed from the Returns made in the Week ending Aug. 28, is 415. Oļd. per cwl. Sept. d, is 445. 10 . per cwt. I sept. 11, is 1958 sd. per cri. Sept. 18, ia

478. 41. per cwl. Publislied by Authority of Parliament, THOMAS NETTLESHIPP, Clerk of the Grocers' Coin any

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