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ån Alphabetical List of Certificales. - List of Patents for Inventions, 8c. 475

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Scort, W. Pall-mall, Dec. S Tallis, J. Doncaster, Dec. 2 Westwood, C. Bristol, Nov. 26 Sareb, E. Deeping St. James, Trovey, C. Paddingion, Nov. 26 Walker, J. Nicholas-la. Nov. 93 Dec. 4

Tod, R. Liverpool, Dec. 9 Williamson, W. Watling-st. Nur. Squire, W. Leeds, Dec. +

Timsoo and Co. Leicester, Nov. 85 30 Satcliffe, T. Led-la. Dec. 7 Twemlow, W. Winnington, Nov. Wotten, W. Bradninch, Dec. 8 Saddington, T. Northampton, Dec. 23

Whitehouse and Co. Liverpool, Thompson, J. Wapping-wall, Dec. Dec. 4 Stanes, R. C. Chelmsford, Dec.

Woolfenden and Co. Manchester, Snell, J. Great Torrington, Dec. 9 Thorogood, W. Marshall-st. Dec. Dec. 9 Sheld, R. Tynemouth.pl. Dec. 9 10

Walker. J. Tweedmouth, Dec, il Simcox, w. Biriningham, Dec. 10 Vincent and Co. Newbury, Nov. 21 Warner and Co. Bristol, Dec 1 Smith, 3. F. Norwich, Dec. x1 Venables, H. Union-pl. Nov. 30 Woodrow, J. South-row, Dec. 10 Schroder, J. F. jun. Crutched. Van Spangen, N. Weil's-st. Dec. 10 Welsford, G. Crediton, Dec. 13 friars, Dec. 14

Warrington, J. Portsmouth, Nov. West, C. Bucklersbury, Dec. 21 Saunders, W. Norton-Salgate, Jan. 99

White and Co. Fleet-st. Dec. 14 Welford, J. Broad-st. Nov. 23 (West, C. Bucklersbury, Dec. 14

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,

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FRON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, TO SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1816. BEELES, E. Nantwich, Nov. 19 Hewitt and Co. Nantwich, Nov. 28 Savage and Co. Macclesfield, Nor. Bull and Co. Red-lion co. Nov. 23 'Humble, F. J. Liverpool, Nov. 26 30 Brewer, J, Burcomb, Nov. 96 Hunt, E. Liverpool, Nov. 30 Slow, G. Manchester, Nov. 32 Brown, w, Liverpool, Nov. 25 Hudson, J. E. Nanchester, Nov.30 Simpson, W. Spilsby, Nov. 30 Ballivant and co, Manchester, Hopwood, J. Lancaster, Dec. 9 Snow, W.G. Yarmouth, Nov. 30 Nov. So

Harris and Co. Maryport, Dec. 3 Smith, R. Birmingham, Dec. 9 Broening, W. St. Mary-axe, Dec. 9 Hudson, J. High Wycombe, Dec. 7 Stokes, W. R. Lothbury, Dec. 7 Barnard, J.J. Boston, Dec. $ Harding and Co. Trowbridge, Dec. Stuckbury, C. Chiswick, Dec. 14 Braddock. S. Stafford, Dec. 7 Hurst, J. Wapning-wall, Dec. 14 Swann, J. Birminghamn, Dec. 14 Botibol, M. H. Wood-st. Dec. 10 Jeunings, E. W. Spilsty, Nov. 30 Sanderson, B. P. Newgate-st. Dec. Bell, T. Sculcoates, Dec, lo Jenkins and Cn. Piccadilly, Dec.? Burton, T. Liverpool, Dec. 14 Jones, T. Bradby, Dec. 7

Taylor, G. Bishop Wearmouth, Coliman. G. Sioorbridge, Nov. 19 Innis, R. Cheitenbam, Dec, 14 Nov. 23 Chandler, W. Birmingham, Dec. 3 King, T. Leicester, Nov. 23 Taylor, S. Oxendon-st. Nov. 23 Costerilh E. S. Manchester, Dec. s Kidd, w. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Turk, R. Pleet-st. Nov. 23 Colwell, C. y. Great Russell.st. Dec. 7

Thorp, J. jun. Manchester, Nov. 20 Dec. 7

Lowe, A. Berkley.st. Nov. 30 Tucker and Co. Sheffield, Dec. 7 Dann, T. Denham, Dec. $

Lowle, J. Oakhill, Dec, 14 Tartt, W.M. Old Broad-st. Dec. 14 Huvies, E. Mydrim, Dec. 14 Levien. N. Burton.cresc. Dec. 14 Vickers, J. Langbourn Marsh, Dec.s Edis, N. Portsea, Dec. 1

Lodwidge, J. Tokenhouse-ya. Dec. Wellier, T. Exeter, Nov. 19 Edbrooke, T. Allcombe, Dec. 7

Wyatt, F. Plymouth, Nov. 19 Favres, J. Tooley-st. Dec, 14 Leman and Co. Bristol, Dec. 14 Watts, T. White cross-st. Nov. 93 Talshaw, J. Wakefi-ld, Dec. 3 Meteyard, J. Liverpool, Nov. 19 Worts and Co. Yarmouth, Nos.es Iisher, it. B. Southampton.place, Montgomery and Co. Liverpool, Walker, S. Mark-la. Nos. 23 Dics

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Wood, J. Yarmouth, Nov. 26 Fletcber, J. Trafalgar-st. Dec. 14 Milburn, T. Minting-la. Dec. 7 Wooler, W. Elland, Nov. 30 Gregory, J. Liverpool, Nov. 19 Mitchell, D. Grange-road, Dec. 7 Ward, J.jun. Bermondsey, Nor.se Guim, W. Gloucester, Nos. 19 Oliver, J. Sutton St. Mary, Nov. 30 Woodward, J. Aylesbury, Nov. 30 Grant, W. Oxford st. Nov. 23 Prerce, J. Exeter, Nov. 23 Wilford, E. Boston, Dec. 3 Gibs, J. Lxdbury, Nov. 30 Pocock, R. Kedburnbury, Nov. 30 Wyrley, c. Woodyats, Dec. 7 Gavey, G. Blackwall, Nov. 30 Pidgeon and Co. Slock-exch. Dec. Wood, W. Hanley, Dec. 7 Gammon and Co. Austin-friars,

Wriglic, H. New-st. Dec. 10 Nov. 30

Richards, D. Jewin-st. Nov. as Wilson, J. H. Manchester, Dec. 10 Gray, R. H. Black-raven-co. Nuv. Robson, E. Morpeth, Nov. 26 Webber, J. Sampford Peverel, Dec. 30

Stephens, S. Bruton-st. Nov. 23 Harwond, R. Swansea, Nov. 19 Sandwell, F.C. A. L. Bristol, Nov. Young, H. jun. Er field, Nov. 30 Hall, c. Charlotte-st. Nov, 19

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Yales and Co. Manchester, Nov. 90 Howasil, K. Salford, Nov. 23

LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c.

(Continued from page 379.) HARLES LACY, of Nottingham, lace-manufac- len cloths, or on any fabric made of a mixture of any

, two or more of them, also on paper, leather, porce. Leicestershire, lace manufacturer, for machinery to lain, aud earthen-ware, at a considerable less expense be luscorporated with, added to, and used with, parts than by any other process now used for these purof certain machines already invented and in use, for poses. Dated Sept. 30, 1810. the making, and manufucturing of lace net, called JOHN ASTON' WILKES, of Birmingham, War. bobbin or Buckinghamshire lace net, by the aid of wickshire, glass.toy-manufacturer; for a method of which present invention the said lace net may be manufacturing glass icicles, spangles, and csery other made with greater facility and less inanual labour description of ornamental glass, with a loop or loops than by any machinery of method nuw io use and of the saine material. Dated Sept 30, 1816. koowo. Dated Sept, 30, 1816.

WILLIAM LOSH, of Newcastle upon Tyne, ironJACOB METCALF, of Great Marylebone et. Mid- founder, and GEORGE STEPHENSON, of Killing. dlesrx, brush-manufacturer; for a tapered hair or worth, Northumberland, englueer; for a method or head brusi. Dated Sept. 30, 1616.

methods of facilitating the conveyance of carriages, ROBERT CLAYTON, of Dublin, artist ; for a me. and all manner of goods and inaterials, along railthud of preparing, making, and finishing metal and ways and frame-ways, by certain inventions and im. composition blocks, plates, rollers, and types and proveinents in the construction of the machine, cies, by which various patterns, devices, and compo: carriages, carriage.wheels, rail-ways, and fiaina. sitions can be effectually imprinted and impressed ways, employed lua llist purpose. Daled .%*, por cultoa, linen, salt, worsied, buksais, and woola 2016,

COTTON.—The quantity of cotton put up to public sale was very considerable last week; at the India-house, 1500 Surats and 778 Bengals; of the former about 900 and of the latter about 300, were taken in, there being do purchasers even at the very redaced rates.

SUGAR. - The demand of Muscovades during the last week was more considerable than for some time past, and in several instances the holders of good sugars realized prices a shade higher; the advaoce was only obtained on strong descriptions, suitable for refibing, from 72s. a 786.; the wholesale grocers were also considerable purchasers.

There has been much brisk dess in the Sugar market this forenoon, in consequence of the advance in the Corn market; the purchasers for the usual consumption of the country are also very extensive ; the sales of Muscovades are nearly 4000 hhds, the prices are a shade biglier; the chief sales are from 72s. a 80s.

In the Refined market the sales for the supply of the country trade were very extensive; considerable parcels of Hambro' loaves, and large lumps, were also taken for immediate shipping; on accouot of the extensive request, the late prices were fully maintained, but the report of parcels coming forward, induced the refiners to offer contracts for spring Shipments in March next at very low rates; for lumps 100s. a 104s« ; 585. a 62s, on board; crushed sugars at 58s, and opwards, but we believe few contracts were concluded. Molasses were rather heavy.

There is little or no variation in the refined market of this forenoon.-Molasses are a shade higher, say 32s. 6d.

Foreign Sugars were not in general request, but we believe one or two very extensive contracts were made; about 300 chests ordinary good and strong white Havannah were reported at 61s, and about the same quantity very ordinary brown up to good yellow descriprions were all'sold at one ice, we believe 45s, or 46s.

COFFEE.-The public sales of Coffee last week were limited to 1092 casks and 949 bags, which though extremely small, were quite sufficient for the demaud, on account of the extensive quantity thrown on the morket lately by the lodia Company. The prices of Jamaica Coffee declined about 2s. per cwt.; the Dutch descriptions weot 2s. and 3s, higher, the latter being in very considerable request for the home trade; the Foreigo des. criptions and East India Coffee cannot be stated at any alteration; there is little of the former at market.

The sale to-day was chiefly ordinary descriptions of Jamaica, which went off much about the prices of last week; a few lots middling Dutch Coffee went off exceedingly high.

IRISH PROVISIONS, &c.—The usual demand at this season for the shipping is trivial in comparison with former years, on account of the depressed state of the shippping interest, the want of freights, &c.; a revival towards the close of the month is however anticipated.-Bacon is in steady request; the late prices of Butter are maintained, there bave been considerable porchases on speculation.

RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.-The demand for Rum continued brisk all Jast week, the prices gradually improving: on Saturday the request became extensive, chiefly by specnlators, and during the whole day very large parcels continued to change bands; we shall give the two statements which were the cause of these extensive traus. actious, without passing any comment on the probability of either. Letters were received from Scotland that a considerable proportion of the crops were still in the fields, and that the frost had set in very severe, accompanied with a considerable fall of snow : that a petition had been agreed to in Edinburgh, praying that the government would probibit distillation from grain. The other report was, that a very extensive distiller in Ireland, whose connections were near Belfast, had received intelligence that a high political character had said, that if the Corn markets should advance materially after the opening of the ports for foreigo grain on the 15th, that it would become a question with his Majesty's Ministers, whether the distillation from grain should not be immediately prohibited, ihe food of the people being the first consideration. These reports continued to be acted upon yesterday, but to day little business has been effected. -- Leeward Island Rums may be quoted Id. to 20. per gallon higher since onr publication of this day week; considerahle business etřected in Brandies, the prices 3d. to 4d. per gallon advanced : little attede tion has lately been paid to Geneva. It is reported, at the close of to-day's market, that a memorial from Edinburgh was presented to government respecting the distillation from grain in Scotland.

SAGO.--At the India Company's sale last week, 938 bags Sago, chiefly taken on specu, Jation, at 349, a 575.

OILS.-- The prices of Greenland oil cannot be stated at any variation ; Sooth Sea may be stated higher; the cargoes of the vessels expected in this country for some months to come, from the latter fishery, are all sold on arrival ; Sperm bas been disposed of in this way at our lowest quotation; the owners are now asking higher prices. There have been arrivals of Cod Oil at an olit port, and sold, we believe, for this market. On account of the rapid advance and scarcity of Linseed, that description of oil continues to advance rapidly. Rape Dil may also be quoted higher.-- 32 tons Palm, by public sale last week, 38. a 383. per ewi.-27 casks Pilchard Oil, 271. 55. per too,

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AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN,
By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll of 140 lbs. Avoirdupoiss

froin the Returns received in the Week
Ending Oct. 20. Ending Nov.9. Ending Nov. 9. Ending Nov. 16.
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AGGREGATE AVERAGE PRICES of the Twelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales, by which Impore

tation is to be regulated in Great Britain, from the London Gazette of Saturday, November 10th, 1810, is Wheat, 928.04. | Kye,538.70. l Baxley, 445.5ıl. | Oats, 478.0d. 1 Beans, 465.4d. | Peas, 47. 30. 1 Oalneal,sos.od. Rape Seed, 688.7d.

AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO SIGAR, Exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon on the Importation thereof into Great Britain,

Computed from the Returns made in the Week ending Oct. 30, is 456. 101d, per ewt. | Nov. 6, is 468. Otd. per cwt. | Nov. 13, is 46s. Std. per cwt. ( Nov. 20, is

48s. Ild. per ewt. Published by Authority of Parliament, TIIUMAS NETTLESHIPP, Clerk of the Grocers' Company,

SEASON, 1810–17.

EAST INDIA SHIPS,
With their Managing Owners, Commanders, Principal Officers, Surgeons, Pursers, Time of coming afloat, &c.

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Prices of Suares in NAVIGABLE CANALS, Docks, BRIDGES, Roads, WATER WORKS,

INSTITUTIONS, and FIRE AND Life INSURANCE COMPANIES, at the Office of WOLFE and EDMONDS, No. 9, Change-alley, Curnhill, 220 November, 1816.

Div.
Per

Div. Per per Ann. Share

per Ana. Slare, Birmingham Canal 961. 035 Ditto Annuities of 71.

77.

40 10 Chelmer and Blackwater ....... 41. 70 Vauxhall

30 10 Coventry 441. 640 Commercial

51. 80 Croydon

Ditto, East India Branch

56. 80 Ellesmere and Chester 41. 65 Great Dover Street

H. 153.) 29 Grand Junction ................

41. 125
Highgate Archway

10 Grand Surrey 50 Chelsea Water-works

128. 8 Grantham. 61. 105 East London....

21. 108. 60 Haddersfield..... 9 10 Grand Junction ............

22 10 Kennet and Avon 11 5 Kent..

38 Lancaster

11. 17 10 Portsmouth and Farlington Leeds and Liverpool... 101. 290 Ditto

31. S5 10 Leicester and Northampton Union 41. 70 West Middlesex

29 10 Monmouthshire.......

81. 190 Albion Fire and Life Insurance ...... el. 108. 28 Neath...... **.................... 101.

200 Atlas......... Oxford ................................ 311. 400 Eagle

33. 2 Peak Forest..... 65 Globe ..............................

61. los. :05 Stratford on Avon ................... 19 Hope

28. 6d. Swansea ....... ........................... 101. 145 Imperial.

31. 50 Thames and Medway 9 Rock

28. 119 Thames and Severn 178. 10 London Institution

40 Worcester and Birmingham

20 Russell Commercial Dock .................... 31. yo

10 East India .........................**** ISO Auction Mart.

11. 15 East Country.......................... 40 Commercial Sale Rooms .....

21. 94 London... 51. 65 London Flour

1 10 West India .... lol. 145 English Copper

88. Southwark Bridge

Gas Light and Coke

48 Ditto, New 42 10 London Assurance

11. 18 Waterloo

18 10 Great Hewas Ditto Annuities of el............. 8l. 54

71.

40 ......

Rates of Government Life Annuities, payable at the Bank of England.

3 per cent. Stock being now 61 and under 62.
A single life of 35 receives for 100l. stock 4 S O average-rate 100l. money 7 11 :

4 18 0.....

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19 06 All the intermediate ages will receive in proportion. N.B. The annexed is a short scale of some of the rates, upon which Government are now granting Lie. Annuities: they are payable tali-yearly at the Bank of England, the same as the dividends, and may be received by power or aitorney. The Life- Annuity Act having been amended, they may henceforward be urchased wlien tbe 31. per cent. Consols or Reduced Annuities are at or above 50.

15 50 55 80 65 70

COURSE of the EXCHANGE, from Oct. 26, to Nov. 22, 1816, both inclusive. Amsterdam, B. 20.

40-8 a 99-
Bilboa, effective

....35 a 34 Ditto al siglat 10-la 38-40 Seville

.334 a 341 Ainsterdam, c. 1. 19-8 a 12-0 Gibraltar

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.454 a 464 Rotterdam, c. f. 9 0 12-ya 1-1 Genoa

424 a 131 Antwerp, ex money 12-7 11-19 Venice Italian Livi.

27-0 à 27-75 Hamburgh, 20...

..97-6 a 36-
Malta

16
Altona, U.
S7-9 a 36-9 Naples

.38 a 99 Paris, 3 day's sight

25-80 a 25-30
Palermo per oz.

11 d.
Ditto, e Usance..
20- a 25-30 Lisbon.

55 a 541 Bourdeaux, ditli.. 26-da 25-50 Oporto

55 a 54 Frankfort on the Main, ex money.... 154 a 150

Rio Janeiro

591 a 59 Madrid, effective.....

.... a 31
Dublin..........

101 a led Cadiz, effective..

944 a 34

Cork
Agio on the Bank of Holland, 2 per cent.

11 a 18.

PRICES of BULLION, at per Ounce. Portugal Gold, in coin ......31. 6s, 6d. ol. Os. Od. New Dollars...... .....0l, 4s. 101. a ol, 4s. 11d. Gold in Bars.... .........Sl. 188. 6. a 01. 04. od. Silver in Bars, standard... od. 46. Ild. abs. Od. New Doubloons

.31. 148. Od, a ol. 08. Od. New Louis, each

The above Table contains the highest and lowest prices. 25th November, 1816.

JAMES HETENILALL, SWORN BRORBR.

Pruled by Joyce Guld, Suve-lane, Lundun.

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