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pression. He then moved, “ That Lord voted to Mr. Clarke, the Chairman, for his Cochrane be requested to present the' Pe- impartial cooduct during the whole proc. tition."

ceedings. A Speaker who did not appear to be Nr. Clarke shortly addressed the meeting, known to the meeting moved as an amend. which then adjourned to the second Monday meot, “That Sir Francis Burdett and

after the meeting of Parliament, at the Lord Cochrane present the Petition." same place, at one o'clock.

Mr. Ellioti seconded the proposition of Mr. Hunt mounted his horse, amidst the the last speaker. Sir Francis Burderi, he incessant shouts of the multitude; who acobsersel, was the tried friend of the people; companied him to his botel in Bouverieand, after much confusion the Chairman put street. And the immense populace at the the questing, as to uniting ibe name of Sir F. meeting finally retired tolerable peaceable Burdett witi that of Lord Cochrane ; and to their homes, it was voted unanimously, that the name of The Lord Mayor has issued a public noSir Francis should be associated with that of rice calling upon the Magistrates of the Lord Cochrane in the Resolution.

metropolis and its vicinity to send aboard Mr. Hunt declared, it gave him sincere The Helder frigate, which is stationed off matisfaction to see such unanimous feelings the Tower, all disireased foreign seamen and evinerd at the name of Sir rancis Burdett. soldiers fouod in their districts, to the end He had now but two motions inore to sub. that they may be lodged and fed there until mit to them : first, that they do adjourn 10 they can be sent home to their native the second Monday after the ineeting of country. Parliament; and, secondly, that Sir Francis On Sunday morning Dec. 13, a fire broke Bardett and Lord Cochrane be respectfully out on the premises of Messrs. Poroder and requested to attend the meeting ou that day Hobson, coal and lime inerchanis, in Scol. at the asual bour-one o'clock.

land-yard, wbicb was not extinguished till After a few words from Mr. Pendril, a great quantity of corn was consumed, the two propositions were carried unani. and the coal and line sheds destroyed. mously, and with great applause.

Recent advices from Bengal state that the The thanks of the ineering were then una. Governor-General (late Lord Moira, now nimously voted to Mr. Hunt, for his attend. created Marquis of Hastings) was expected ing ihern that day, and for the exertions he to leave the presidency for the upper promade in their canse.

vinces. The Rajah of Jeypore, whose terMr. Hunt then observed, that he accepted ritory was subject to continual predatory, the bigh complimede just paid to hiin, be- cursions by the Pindarres, had required cause he was conscious that he had done all, the protection of our Government, which it that lay in his power to deserve it. The was understood, would be afforded him, approving voice of his countrymen was the although it was inimical to the views of law he was ever ready to obey. He had Scindia and the Mahratta Government, two motives for having his horse to ride whose demands on the Rajali would of home on; on, because he did not wish to course be resisted; this was experied to see his countryinen degrade themselves by produce a war with the Peishwa, but the acting in the capacity of borses; ibe other, general opinion did not encourage the idea, to convince them tha! he was not afraid to as our army was so well equipped, and in trust hinself in the midst of his countrymen high condition for active service, that it without being inclosed in a bullet.proof Bould deter the Mahratia Government carriage.

from any declarations hostile to the Brin Tbe thanks of the meeting were then tish interests.

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BIRTHS. TOV. 13. In Upper Girosvenor.street, 14. In Montague-place, the lady of J.

the lady of Thomas Knox, Esq. of a Cro-s Starkey, Esq. of Wrenburgh Hall, son and heir.

Cheshire, of a son. Dec. I, In Brck'ord-race, Walworth, In Upper Grosvenos-street, the lady of Mrs. Fosselt, of a son.

the Hon. Gerard Vandeck, of a daughII. The lady of George Henry Freeling, ter. Esq. of the General Post Office, of a son. 15. The lady of Edward Shaw, Esq. of

12. The lady of Silvanus Phillips, Esq. Pussell-place, Fitzroy-square, of a daugh. af Great Tower-street, of a son.


MARRIAGES. hy the Rev. Frances Pelly, Bingham late Edward Francis, lisq. of Lam journ,

on Richards, Esq. of the Old Jewry, mer. Berks. Europ. Mug. Vol. LXX. Dec. 1816.

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Lately, John Robert Baker, Esq. Only Sarah, daughter of Thomas Remington, son of the late Colouel Baker, of the Esq. M. D. Guards, to lenrietta Francis, daughter of Mr. William Hutchinson, of Richmond, the late G. B. Hartwell, Esq. and niece Yorkshire, member of the Royal College to the Right Honourable ibe Earl O'Neill. of Sargeons, London, to Miss Barker,

Nov. 13. Lieut-colonel Bverard, of the danghter of the late Thomas Barker, Esq. 31th regiment, lo Barbara, daughter of Sir of East Layton. Hugh Nngent, Bart.

18. Al Hammersmith, Mr. James Senols, 25. Hugh Parkin, Esq. son nf Anthony jun. of Fore-street, to Miss E. Springthorpe, Parkin, E-q. of the Post Oflice, to Mary daughter of the late Daniel Springthorpe, Charlotte Blagrave, daughter of Joba Bla- Esq. grave, Esq. of Jamaica.

21. At St. George's, Hanover-square Dec, 10. Arthur Port, of Castle-street, Mr. James Rymer, jun. surgeon of Reygate, Southwark, Esq. to Ann, daughter of Joha 10 Miss Robinson, of Mount-street, BertVarnham, of Peckhan, Esq.

ley-square. At Guilford, Mr. Stedman, surgeon, to


MONTHLY OBITUARY. LaFelexBallenren, Cork, Thomas many years corate of the parish of St. Sig

well, aged 84. Lately, in Palace-streetCanterbury, 7. At Lambeth, in the prime of life, Samuel Taysum, Esq. aged 68.

aged 35, Mr. W. Ed. Heywood, upwards Lately, in Princes-street, Cavendish- of nineteen years a very faithful and attesiquaie, William Royston, Esq. F.L.S. Sur. tive servant to the establishment at Lloyd's. geon, &c. late editor of the Medical and He has left a wife and six young children Physical Journal, and projector and editor to lament his loss. of the London Medical Repository.

9. At Lympsfield, Robert Gale, Esq. Nov. 14. On board the Merope, late aged 75. arrived in Cork harbour for Quebec, on At his house at Holsworthy, in the cosnty bis return to his native country for the re- of Devon, Richard Kingdon, Esq. aged 76 covery of his health, Ensign Joho O'Neill, years. In the latter part of his life he of his Majesty's 103d regiment of foot, and acted as one of his Majesty's Justices of the brother to the celebrated Miss O'Neill, of Peace in an independent and honorable Covent Garden Theatre; he has left a widow and four young children to deplore bis early 10. At Brighion, Nathaniel Bogie loss.

French, Esq. aged 58. 16. At Florence, after a short illness, AC Mile End, Mr. William Gillham, of Lady Hammett, of Saplow-bill, Bucks, Sweeting's-rents, Cornhill, aged 14. relict of the late Sir Benjamin Hammett, At the Vicarage-house, Walthamstow

the Rev. William Sparrow, M. A, aged 21. At Clayhill, Enfield, Thomas Wes- 73. ton, Esq. aged 63.

12. Io Queen-street, Bloomsbory, Col. 23. At Christ's Hospital, William North, John Hamilton, late his Majesty's Consul Esq. late of Grosvenor-row, aged 79. for the State of Virginia, aged 72,

24. At Reading, Thomas Harris, Esq. 14. At Rothanstead, Herts, Mrs. Mary aged 63.

Lawes, aged 92. 26. At Taplow, Abraham Roberts, Esq. 15. In Oxford street, Aretas Akert, M.P. for Worcester, aged 72.

Esq. of Brighion, aged 58. 28. At his house, at Stoke Newington, Al Chevening, Kent, Charles Staohope, Benjamin D'Israeli, Esq. in his 87th year. Earl Stanhope.*

In Queen's-row, Walworth, Joseph Dods. At Lewis, Sir John Bridges, Bart. aged worth, Esq. formerly of Whitby, aged 83. 83, and late of Coombe-place, Sussex.

30. John Crowder, Esq. of Brotherton, 16. In John-street, Bedford-row, Mr. Yorkshire, aged 75.

Justice Nares, many years a magistrate at Dec. 1. Sarah, wife of Major Robde, the Bow-street and Hatton-garden Offices. jun. Esq. of Leman-street.

Mr. Edward Tute, of Chapel-court, aged Thomas Baskerfield, Esq. of Colchester, 73, near 50 years in the house of Dowo, Essex, aged 65.

Thornton, and Co. At Colchester, William Sage, Esq. of 18. Mr. John Wilson, many years ward. Cheapside.

robe-keeper at Drury-lane Theatre, while 4. " At Exeter, the Rev. James New sitting at his dinner in the wardrobe between combe, and of the Preces-vicars of the Fathedral church of St. Peter's, and for

* See page 516.

aged 70.

2 and 3 o'clock, was attacked with a vio- greatly regretted, Sir Wm. Pepperill, Bart: Jent pain in the head, he fell off his seat og He had just completed his 70ih year, hi" the floor and expired immediately.

only soo having died some years since, the la Dorset-street, Manchester-square, baronetage is become extinct.

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BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. BUGGIN, J. Binley. Warwickshire, and BUGGIN, DIXON and Co. Liverpool, goap-boilers, Dec. 14.

S. Aston, Birmingham, timber-merabants, Dec. 16. DAWSON, G Red cross-sq. merchant, Dee. 16. BELL, H. Now Listiboarn, Sussex, dealer in pigs, GOODALL, T. Pershore, skinner, Nov. 26. Dec. 2:.

WHITE, J. R. New peit Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, BRADBURY, W. Birmingham, engraver, Dec. 24. dealer in lace, Dec. 7.

BANKRUPTS. AINSWORTH, E. Manchester, wine-merchant, Jan. BAYLIFFE, G. Wakefield, Yorkshire, Jan. 25, Ses.

0. (Dawes and Co. Throgmorton st.) sions-house, Waketield. (Wiglesworth and Co. Nor. 30.

Gray's-iin; and Cuttle, Wakefield.] Dec 14. AYRTON, J. Westhall, Lancashire, dealer, Jan. 3, 4, BAINES, M. Halifax, Yorkshire, grocer, Jan. 24, and 28, Jaines Kaper's, Kirkby Lonsdale. (Herlis, White Lion, Halifax. (strangvayes, FenchurchStaple-inn; and Pickard, Kirkby Lonsdale.) Dec. st. : and Kricht, Halifax.] Dec. 17. 17.

BEFORI), E. Brouki's Mews, St. George, Hanover sq. BRIDGE, W. Liverpool, snap-hoiler, Jan. 7. George, hackneyman, Jan. 28. [Hartley, Bridge st. Black

Liverpool. [Pritt and Co. Liverpool; and Black friors.) Dec. 17. stock and Co. Liverpool.) Nov. 2i.

BEDFORD, W. Aldersgate st. gold beater, Jan. 11, BARKER, S. and J.G. Billiter.sq. merchants, Jan. 11. and Feb. i. (Dalton, Union-st. Bishopsgate.] [Smith, Finsbury.sq.) Nor. 30.

Dec 21. BRU)M, W. Liverpooi, dealer, Jan. 14, Tagle and POYCE, J. Romford, Exsex, farmer, Feb. i. (Hum.

Child, Wigan. (Windle, John st. Bediord-row; phreys, Takenhouse-vard.' Dec. ul. and Gaskell, Wigin.) Dec. 3.

ECCA J. Hingham, Norfolk, grocer, Jan. 3 and Feb. DRIDDON, S. Manchester, provision-merchant, Jan. 1, White Swan, Norwich. (Fosier, Norwich.) Deo,

14, Star, Manchester. Makinson, Temple; and 21. Harm'r, Manchester) Der. 3.

BIRCH, W. Walbrook, ship-chandler, Jan. 4, 11, BROWN,G. Emsworth, Taylor, Jan. 18, Crown, Ems. and Feb. 1. [Jennings and Co. Lincoln's inn-fields.)

worth.' (Chilion, Exchaqu. poftice, Lincoln's-inn; Dec. 21 an! Clare, Enisworth.] Dec. 7.

BASSETT, W. Church-la. Spital-fields, silk manufac. BOCKVE, 7. Westbury, Wiltshire clothier, Jan. 18, twer, Jan. i and Feb. i. (Stratton and Co. Shorc.

Commercial-rooms, Bristol. (Bourbillon and Co. ditch ) Dec. 21.
Lintie Friday-st. Cheapside; and Bevan and Co. BATES, J. Buxton, Derbyshire, innholder, Jan. 9, 10,
Bristol ) Dec 7.

and Feh. 4, Old Bath, Marlock. (Shaw and Co. BICKELL, J. Plymouth, huilder, Jan. 18, Commercial 'Tislexwell, Derbyshire) Dec 04.

Inn, Plymouth. (Alexander, Curry-st. Lincoln's COOKE, I.. Winsley-st. St. Mary.le. Bonne, seeds. inn; and Hooke, Plymouth.) Doc.7.

man, Jan. 7. Wilson and Co. Lincoln's inDETTS, G. Grosvenor-eq. upholder, Jan. fields. Nov. 26. 18. (Gabb, Union-row, Kent-road.] Dec. 7.

CHAPMAN, W. Westbroom wich, Staffordshire, BENSON, J. R. Kussell-pl. Fitzroy.sq. merchant, bayonet-maker,

Jan. 7.

Castle, Birmingham. Jan. 91. (Rivington, Fenchurch st.-build ] Dec. 10. (Jennings, Temple; and Gem, Birmingham.) BRINKWORTH, s. Kingstanley, Gloucestershire, Nor, 26.

brewer, Jan. 21, White Hart, Bristol. (Daniel, Bris- CRITCHLEY, J. Liverpnol, merchant, tol; and Pearson, Temple.) Dec, 10.

Bridgewater Arms, Manchester. [Halstead and BIRCH, T. juu. Wigan, Lancaster, linen-manufactu- Co. Manchester; and Milne and Co. Temple.)

Jan. 1.

rer, Jan. 14, and li, Buck-i'-th'- Vine, Wigin. Nov. 26.

(Ditchheld, Wikan; and Ellis, Chaicerr-la.] COCK, G. J. and H. Bristol, brandy-merchants, Jan. BLAKEY, G. Bishop Monchton, and BLAKEY, W. 7. Commercial-roms, Bristol, Clark and Co.

Lerds, grocers, Jan. 9. (Rivers, Fenchurch-st. Chancery-la.; and Haberfield and Cross, Bristol.] chunbers, Fenchurch-st.] Dec. 14.

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