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WILLATS, THOS. Great Queen-st. Lincoln's-inn

fields, Ironmonger, May 2, and 30. (Mayhew and

Co. Chancery-la.) April 18.
WALE, EDW. Sheepshead, Leicester, baker, May

7 and 3, Ball's Head, Hinckley. [Cowdell, Hinck.

ley; and Long and Co., Gray's-inn.]

April 25.
WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE, Cursitor-st. Chancery-

la, colourman, May 9, and June 6. (Humphreys.
London Bridge foot, Southwark.) April 25.


FROM SATURDAY, MARCA 28, TO SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1818. ADCOCK, J. St. Mary Axe, May 5 Franks, G. Redcross-st. April 28 Morley, J. Liverpool, May 5 Amhurst, s. Uxbridge, May 5 Farthing, J. Bristol, May 30 Miller, J. Liverpool, May 11 Aust, D. Walcol, May 19

Fles, L. M. Bury-court, May 2 Marks, W. H. jun. Bath, May 18 Betis, J.T. Honduras-st. April 95 Fay, J. Upper George-st. May 9 Mason, R. Norfolk-st. April 28 Baillie, M. Broad-street-buildings, Furlonge, M. Lloyd's Coffee house, Northcote, H. J. Line-st. May 16 May 2

May 19

Newberry, J. St. Clements, May 2 Brownhill, T. Leeds, April 18 Fowler, J. Birchin-lane, May 16 Naish, F. Tiverton, May 8 Burgess, F. Leicester, April 22 Foster, J. Liverpool, May 20 Pullen, T. Pately-bridge, May 1 Brewer, s. R. Henrietta-st. April 95 Govey, G. Blackwali, April 18 Pitt, D. Fenchurch-st. May 30 Browne, T. and Co. Savage-gard. Gay, J. Geslingham, April 16 Polglase, J. Bristol, April 28 April 85

Griffiths, s. Old Boswell.court, Page, W. Wallon, April 28 Bray, J. S. Coleman-st. May ?

May 9

Pugsley, C. Lower-road, May 9 Bray, W. Colemall-st. May 9 Guichenet, P. Langbourn Chambers, Palmer, R. Brighthelmstone, May20 Bienkin, W. Kingston upon-Hull,l. May 16

Rowe, S. Huntingdon, April 21 May !

Gibbon, W. Pontefract, May 11 Robertson, J. and Co. Lawrence Bedford, C. Manchester, April 27 Gray, J. Crawkell, May 13

Pountney-hill, May 26 Beazley, s. Parliament-st. April 25 Goodchild, J. and Co. Dowgate Roberts, J. Wood-street, May & Browse, T. Savage-gardens, April 03 wharf, May 25

Robson, J. Little Britain, May 9 Benneti, w. Lawrence Pountney Graham, J. Gloucester-st. May 16 Ryley, W. Worcester, May 18 hill, May 18

Hazard, W. Great Yarmouth, April Reeks, W.jun. Wimborne Minster, Becher, c.c. Lothbury, May 5 88

May 19 Boldero, C. and Co.Cornbill, May5 Hardy, W. Thetford, April 25 Roy, š. Tonnington, May 19 Byrchmore, T. Codrington, May 9 Hobbes, R. Stratford-upon-Avon, Reeks, J. Wimborne Minster, Bernoulli, J. and Co. Jefferey's sq. May 5

May 11 May 26

Haslam, J. and Co. Oldham, April 29 Robinson, G. and S. Paternoster. Boulton, G. E. Worcester, May 7 Holditch, G. and Co. Bankside, row, May 9 Baker, W. and Co. Leeds, May 7

May ?

Swan, B. Shiffnal, April 81 Barke, W. Stratford-upon-Avon, Hodges, W. Kew, May

Silvester, H. P. Newport, April 29 May 13

Hamilton, W. and Co. Riches.ct. Schroder, J. P. jun. CrutchedBond, R. Plymouth, May 16 April 18

friars, April 21 Barrow, R. Wiltshire, May 23 Hagedorn, J. P. H. Old Broad-st. Seyinour, W. Crescent, April 25 Beasley, R. J. Austin.friars, May 19 May 9

Sparkes, C. L. Southbersted, Mayt Baker, J. L. and Co. Leeds, May 13 Harris, J. O. Bristol, May 11 Spedding, D. Carlisle, May i Bacon, R. M. Taverham, May is Hall, W. Leeds, May 13

Smith, W. Piccadilly, May 89 Backeridge, G. Pangbourne, May 19 Horwood, R. Strand, May 16 Sharp, T. and Co. Drury-la. May 16 Butler, W. Prescol, May 21 Hunt, W. Throgmorton-st. May 10 sordet, J. M. Austin-friars, May 16 Birch, T. jun. Wigan, May 30 Hiscock, E. Abingdon, May 19 strickland, R. Bristol, May 5 Clark, s. Birmingham, April 21 Holderness, W. Thurlby, May 18, Sundries, G. Devonshire-square, Card, S. jun. Mere, May 8

Herbert, J. and H. Tokenhouse.yd. May 9 Coates, W. and Co. Bucklersbury, May 16

Spitta and Co. Lawrence PountneyApril 21

Jameson, J. and Co. Little Queen. lane, May 9 Callow, J. Southall, May 9

st. May 5

Sloper, M. Bashwick, May 19 Cooper, J. jun. Aylesbury.street, James, R. Hampstead, April 21 Stephens, J. M. Gloucestershire, May 9 Jacks, W. Bristol, April 28

May 13 Cooke, H. and Co. Coleman-street, Jackson, S. Birmingham, May 8 Stephens, R. Long-lane, May 16 April 18

Jones, J. and Co. Bucklersbury, sawkins, J. Margate, May 18 Cooke, J. Cotton, May 18

April 18

Stansbie, A. Birmingham, June 6 Crawley, J.S.James-st. May ) Jones, E. Ludgate-hill, April 16 Taylor, S. Oxendon-st. April 25 Cliffe, H. Glasgow, April 28 Joseph, S. Gosport, May 7 Turner, J. Hemel Hempstead, April Coates, W. and Co. Bucklersbury, Johnson, W. Leeds, May 25

18 April 28

Joseph, S. Gosport, May 19 Thompson, G.H. Yarmouth, April Coles, W. Mincing-lane, June 13 Kirk, s. Leeds, April 23

28 Crockett, J. Coventry, June 4 Kington, W. Trowbridge, May 7 Thomas, P. Hatfield-st. May ? Dixon, S. Portsea, May 5

Lloyd, R. Clement's lane, April 21 Thackerey, J. and Co. Manchester, Dunn, H. Ware, April 19 Lacey, J. Whitby, April 19

May 12 Dixon, J. Welling. April 18 Lanham, H. Horsham, April 21 Tushill, C. Norwich, May 19 Dallas, A. Tower.bull, May 8 Lightfoot, R. Carlisle, May 14 Thurkle, G. M. New-st. April Sl Dickenson, J. Dewsbury, April 29 Liitlewood, J. East Greenwich, Tolson, J. Brighouse, May 19 Dewsnap, J. Oxford, April 28 April 88

Todd, R. Pontefract, May 19 Dowley, T. and Co. Willow-street. Lisle, D. jun. Newcastle upon Thiesen, A. H. Bernard-st. May 29 May 2

Tyne, May 2

Thomas, W. Little Marcle, June 3 Donald, J. Westmorland, May 1 Lonsdale, J. jun. Bexhill, April 28 Vaughian, J. Edward-st. April 18 Dutton, G. Brown' May 5 Lomas, R, Rishop Moncton, May 20 Vincent, W. and Co. Newbury, Dawes, J. and Co. Pall Mall, May 5 Lacy, J. Wbitby, May 19

April 22 Davis, B. Brasley, May

Mareheld, W. Newport, April 29 Urry, J. Gosport, May 14 Dodd, T. Leicester-st. May 10 Mason, R. Norfolk-street, April 21 Watkins, J. Chepstow April es Davis, J. and Co. Holt. May ) diartin, F. Throgmorton-street, Walton, J. Bread-st. April 18 Day, J. and Co. Tavistock-srreet, April 8

Williams, T. Coleman-st. May 5 May 19

Mendham, S. and Co. Penchurch. Wortley, R. Michael's place, May Deram, J. Wenwith-hill, May 20 st. May 2

Westwood, C. Bristol, April 38 Evans, H. Cheapside, April 88 Mackenzie, A. J. and Co. Cross-Whitehead, J. and Co. CaleatonEastman, T. Clement's-lane, April, street, May 26

st. May 19 Mackcoull, J. Worthing. April 14 Whinfield, J. Gateshead, May 4 Ellis, W. H. Christchurch, April 28 Moore, T. Worthing, May 9 Woodgate, E, sen, BlackfriarsEvans, J. Tottenham-court.road, Morris, T. Barton-upon-Humber, road, May ? May 05 May 5

Wells, W. Malden, April 25 Evans, R. Duffield, May 9 Molino, S. Biliter-lane, May 19 Woodward, M. and Co. Bankside, Earl, A. Carlisle, May 14

Mason, J. Cambridge, May 4 May 19 Emery, J. Dover, May 19 May, W. Crispin-st. May 2 Worthy, R. Exeter, May 8 Elcock, s. Tottenham-court-road, Miller, J. and Co. Ironmonger. Wilcock, E. Huddersfield, May is May 28

lane, May 9

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Warrington, T. Portsmouth, June 2, Wells, T. Well-street, May 19 Ward, J. Beccles, May 27
1 Walthew, M. Liverpool, May 23 Waters, M. Nicholas lame, Jane 97 Ward, R. Beocles, May 97
White, T. and Co. 'Winchester-st. Waite, W. Huddersfield, May 18 Yandall, E. Earl-st. May s
May 33


FROM SATURDAY, MARCH 28, TO SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1818. ADANSON, E. Liverpool, April 18 Fearnley, T. Portsmouth, April 28 Parr, J. O. Liverpool, May ! Archer, T. April 18 Gore, $. V. Bishopsgate-st. May 3 Plackett, T. Breaston, MAX 9 Ansell, T. Little Wild-st. April 95 Grace, E. Northumbrand, Máy • Parsons, J. Manchester, Nay 9 Allwright, S. May 9 Goodyear, T. Aldersgale-st. May 18 Pilsbury, T. Lawrence-st. May 19 Adnam, R. jun. Lecktamstead, Hay, N. Nicholas-lane, April 18 Privett, P. Bighton, May 19 May 18

Harry, S. Angel.court, April 25 Porter, T. Longtown, May 18 Baylis, W. Ledbury, April 25 Hewens, W. Hinchley, April 28 Rigby, W. Liverpool, May 19 Brigin, T. Gloucester, May ? Harrison, J. Leids, April 28 Ridler, J. Worcester, May 18 Bridgman, J. N. Tavistock, May 2 Hester, J. Rochester road, May Sutton, R. Hampton-wick, April 93 Baker, J. Bath, May 5

Hancock, s. Neuburv, May 5 Strong, G. Exeter, April 25 Brewer, J. A. Bath, May 5 Hockley, D. and Co. Brooke.street, Stuart, J. Bishopsgale-st. May 5 Brown, C. Panton st. May 5

May 9

Simiter, S. Manchester, May 9 Bernoulli, J, and Co. Jeffrey' Houlding, J. Liverpool, May 9 Sunderland, $. and A. Barbalde. May 9 Higgs, J. Northall, May 9

worth, May 12 Burgess, P. Leicester, May 12 Horn, w. Queet-st. Nay 9 Thomas. 1). Bristol, April 18 Brown, J., London, May is Haigh, W. Barnsley, May 12 Turner, W. B. Huddersfield, April Burge, J. F. King's arms.buildings, Jackson, J. Niddleton, April 18 Wood-st. May 18

Jones, S. Herefordshire, April 25 Turner, W. H. Strand, April 95 Brown, W. Milford, May 18 Jones, J. Billingsley, May 9 Thompson, E. Durham, May ? Champion, T. West koum, April 21 Lapraik, G. R. Bisliopsgate-street, Ward, J. Milton Abboti, April 91 Child, J. Briglithelmstone, April 25 · April 21

Weston, T. Thames-st. April 21 Creps, R. Abergavenny, April 28 Lloyd, W. sen. Thames-st. May 19 Ware, J. Gravesend, April 21 Cienient, J. Newport, May 2 Manderson, W. jun. Woolwich, Wash, J. Tollisbury, April 25 Cliffe, C. Commercial-road, May 2 May 9

White, M. Lowdham, April 25 Cox, W. H. Bread-st. May 12 Mercer, J. Graystoneley, May 12 Watkin, J. Newark-upon-Trent, Cracklow, c. T. Scott's' Wharf, Morgan, J. Taunton, May 19 May 9

Needham, £. St, Mary Axe, MayWarner, J. and Co. Derby, May 19 Duveliez, P. E. Size-lane, May 2 Philip, T. Newton Abbot, Aprilgi Walters, W. Wapping, May 12 Davis, T. jun. Chorlton, May 18 Price, G. Threadneedle-street, April Whitmore, D. Hurdshield, May 19 Davies. J. Llançamfraid, May 18 25

Wardell, R. Brighthelmslone, May Everett, J. and Co. Westminster. Palley, J. Thayer-st. April 95

18 road, May 2

Powell, P. M. Hastmgs, May 2 Wigner, J. Harwich, May 18 Featherkcate, H. Hare-st. April 28

May 18


ARNOULD, J. and Bradford, J. Piccadilly, book Charretie, J. and Shepherd, T. Calcutta.

Carter, W. and Hutchins, C. Yeovil, Somersetshire, Andrews, J. sen. and Andrews, J. jun. Mansfield, glove-manufacturers. mercers.

Cunliffe, R. E. and Kay, A. jun. Manchester, Alderley, W. Wharton, W. and Sudlow, W. Man. attornies. chester, iron-founders,

Corder, J. and Walker, G. corn and seed factors. Allen, R. and Young, T. Kingsland, coal.dealers. Cordişh, T. and Northey, G. Tavistock, Deron. Auger, C. and Jones, S. ', Southwark, sta shire, lime-burners. tioncts.

Cater, J. D, and 1. Plymonth, cabinet-makers." Prouri, I. and Conn, J. S. St. Martin's-la. letter.

Collier, T. and W. Wellington, iropmongers. press printers.

Christopher, T. and Christopher, G. Crutched. Bloomfield, J. and W. Walworth, bricklayers.

friars. Burkitt, M. and Hudson, J. Cheapside, státioners. Collinge, E. and Percival, J. Green-st. BlackKlackett, J. and J. Mill-wall-dock.

friars-road, wlieel and mill grease manufact 13Boume, J. Bourne, T. Bourne, J. and Bourne, P. Liverpool, merchants.

Crow, A. and Trapp, J. Ratclifre. Burton, s. Clay, R. and Briggs, J. Devonshire-st. highway, sugar-bakers. Bishopsgate, printers.

Calvert, G. J. W. and T. Hunslet, Yorkshire, cope Brokes, P. Hulinshead, W. Johnson, T. and Sut per manufacturers.

ton, J. Bursiem, Stafford, china-manufacturers, Corry, W. and Dalton, W. Liverpool. Burion, S. and Briggs, J. Leadenhall-st, hooksellers. Commins, J. and Drew, W. Portugal-st. St. Cl. Brown, R. W. and Hanson, S.[Manchester, spinners. ment's Danes, stationers. Bellamy, J. and Mansell, $. Lincoln's-inn-fields, Coupland, J. and Smitli, do Lincoln, wholesale newspaper-venders.

breverso Boitels, T. and Lilly, J. Birmingham, painters. Collins, E. jun. and Brewer, J. North-st. BrightBaller, G. H. and Baller, E. Bide ford, Devon, cur. helmstone, cabinet-makers. riers,

Dickenson, T. and Flashburn, E. Wakefield, wool. Bankes, J. and Keating, 1. Liverpool, linen drapers. staplers. Hacker, A. and J. Austin-friars, merchants,

Denison, J. and J. Kingston-upon-Hull, wine and Barlow, R. and Boucher, J. Rochdale, Lancaster, spirit inerchants. watch and clock inakers.

Duckett, T. and Rowland, H. printers. Bower,'J. Robinson, C. and Bissex, W. Bristol, mer. Driukwater, W. L. and Drinkwater, J. jun. Liver. chants.

pool, merchants. Borgin, T. and Burgin, P. H. Stafford, tanpers. Dobson, T. and Stokoe, W, Hexham, NorthumberChinondon, E. and H. and Hamnund, R. Ashford, land, fellmongers. Kent, auctioncem,

Davis, J. W. and W. Deptford, grocers.

Draper, T. and Draper, 6. Derhy, yeterinary-sør. · Marshall, J. and Pregton, R. Whitby, Yorkshire, geons.

attornies. Dyson, G. and Benson, J. St. John's-st. Clerken Moore, T. and Swale, C. Derby, coach-makers. well, japan-manufacturers

Ovington. T. Wilkinson, J. Wheatley, J. Bewley, Eastwicke, W. and Lawford, J. High-st. 91. Mary T. and Thompson, R. London and Glasgow. le-Bone, pork-buechers.

Overbury, W. and Blackwell, C. Avening, Glou. Edwards, J. and Nowland, T. jun. Liverpool, shoe cester, clothiers, makers,

Paget, J. jun. Paget, W. and Byng, J. Derby, bo. Ebeleigh, J. and Dickenson, R. Liverpool, hatters. siers. Eagles, J. and Fisher, J. Eristol, merchanis.

Pender, J. and Rogers, H. Kingston-upon-Hull, Ellis, J. and Blair, J. Bethnal-green, brewers.

plumbers. Eapson, J. and lockwond, R. Yorkshire, inillers, Paiser, J. and Palser, T. jun. Woottonunderedge, Farren, J. and Fall, w. Mortlake, maltsters.

Gloucester, paper makers. Findlay, J. and Moses, J. Carlisle, seedismen.

Potter, B. and Golduey, J. Mitcham, coacti-wheel. Flounders, B. Miles, K. and Miies, T. Yarm, York, wrights merchants,

Peacock. J. H. Morgan, J. Ockley, J. Hudson, J. Fox, T. and R. Great Queen-st. Lincoln's.jnn-fields, Lendon, W. Whitfield, T. ard Exslam, sine merchants,

London Tavern, Bishopsgate, tavern-keepers. Gandy, R. and Beckett, J. Silver-st. Wood-st. trim. Prince, M. and E. Bishop gate-st. ning manufacturers.

Pritchard, J. Wood, J. and Atkinson, W. Sheffield, Gatliff, T. Leeds, and Nerins, J. London; mer. cutlers. chants.

Pickering, W. and P. Liverpool, merchants. Gisborne, 7. jun. Brittlebank, J. and Selby, P. Pitrar, 1. Chassereau, J. D. and l'ittar, P. London, Ashburne, bankers.

inerchants. Grainger, T. H. and Dunning. T. Lee:ls, attornies. Pad gelt, A. and Padgett, J. South Molton-st. videGray, D. and White, G. Chichester, carvers, giiders, dealers. and ja panners.

Padley, A. and Littlewood, J. B. Rockingham-pl. Hoole, W. and Hancock, W. Sheffield, manufactu. Shettield, manufacturers of feathers. rers oi cast steel shoe and butcher koives.

Prior, J. and Holbrow, J. Hammersnith, dyers. Hersen, J. and Dobson, J. Kilpin, Yorkshire, Pearson, E. Hoyle, B.and Hoyle, J. Great Harsoon, brick-makers.

cotton-spinners. Hobson, W. and Castle, R. Little Moorfields, sta. Perrin, T. se'n. and Perrin, T. jun. Marlborough, ble keepers.

Wiltshire, cheese factors. Hepburn, J. sen. Billiter. W. and Hepburn, J. jun. Punshon, O. and Reed, J. Dowgate wharf, wharf, Long-ta. Berinondsey, tanners

ingers Harthornthwaite, M. and Shepherd, J. Lancaster, Ramiey. V and Owen, W. Portsmouth, slop-sellers. spirit.merchants.

Reville, J. and T. Newark-upon-Trent, whitesmiths. Hawkins, J. and Horneman, W. Bristol, fish. Reynolds, S. and Reynolds, W. Shad Thames, mongers.

Svuttiwark, rope-makers. Holle, A. and Scammell, W. Brayne's row, Spa Robinson, W. Liverpool, and Boswell, J.J. Dublin, felds, chasers.

paper-stainers. Hiland, J. and W. Covent-garden-nark, salesinen. Ross, T. and Wriglit, B. Birmingham, steel-toyo Hamnpson, S. and Hampson, A. T. Bary-st. Saiford, makers. school mistresses.

Rislıwortlı, M. and Longbottom, T. Kighley, York. Hopporto 1, S. Williamson, J. jun. and Glen, W. shire, ratt merchants. Edinburgh Chemical Company.

Stearman, J. and Bright, R. Aldersgate-st. haberHelis, E. Atkinson, M. and Craig, A. Appleby, dashers. Westmorla'nt, common brewers.

Shaw, G. Halifax, and Strafford, J. Causeway in Halman, J. F. and Shufflebotlun, T. Exeter,

Warley, Halifax, surgeons, liaea-drapers.

Sanders, J, W. and Kelly, J. C. Durham, paint. Hiorns, J. and Smiths, W. Leamington Priors, War manufacturers. wick, coal dealers.

Smallpiece, E. and S. Guildford, milliners. Hogties, T and Hughes, J. Chichester, plaisterers. Smith, E. and Crags, J. Cheapside, wholesaleJepson 1. Bloyd, A. and Young, E. Manches.t'r, hosiers. giocr.

Shelton, C. D. and Twells, F. W. Nottingham, Johnson. W. H. and Whitehead, J. Manchester, attornies. dry salters.

Shore, W. and Alsop, J. sen. Lea bridge, Derby, Jods in, J. jun. and Whippell, J. Red.lion.wharf, cotton spinners. Wapping, coal-inerchants.

Sandys, J. D. and Sampson, R. jan. Liverpool, shipJenkins, J. and Williams, W. and G. Appledore, brokers, Deroashire, sailinakers.

Stone, J. and Measam, T. Bedfordbury, clothie James, H. and Vilbarn, J. Carlisle, currierr.

workers. Inulis, J. Euice, E. Haddon, R, a.d Chapman, J. Salliner, J. and Edwards, J. Manchester, hat-many Liverpool.

facturers. Jarvis, R. gen. and Love, W. Burslem, Stafford, Stanley, W. and Carenagh, J. Manchester, conl. cannen ware manufacturers.

acalers. Jeferson, H. and R. and Richardson, w. While. Twedua:l, J. and Taylor, J. Stokesley, Yorkshire, haven, Cumberland, India inerchants.

shupkeepers. Jobsson, J. and Russell, N. Northallerton, York. Tabur, T. sen, and Tebbutt, T. jun. Gray's.inn, shire, linea inanuiacturers.

attornies-at-law. KAT, A Koberts, C. and Glover, E. Stepney green, Taylor, R. P. Pagh, J. Pugh, G. Hitchen, J. S. soap-inakers.

Skerrett, J. Done, j. Hodeon, T. Lavies, s. Wil. kas. G. and mith, T. Gorton, Lancashire, manu. kinson, A. and Skerrett, R. Over-Chester, salt.

proprietors. Ke.opster, J. Thompson, J. and Edge, W. Man. Tayleur, C. and Jackson, J. Liverpool. chester, packers

Thorpe, J. and Sieel, J. Piltsworth, Lancaster, fiat: Kay, A. anu Kay, R. Manchester, cotton merchants.

spinners. Lyon, L. and Harland, J. Kingston upon-flull, Veevers, J. H. and Witham, F. Barnley, Lanca. watch-maktrs.

shire, cotton spinners. Lock, D. and Lindop, W. Manchester, merchants. Walker, F. and Edward, J. Bridgnorth, mercers. Longbottom. J. sen. Watson, T. Coley, R. and Wetherley, W. and Barratt, T. Darent, Kent, paper.

Longbottoin, J. jun. Ratcliffe-cross, shipwrights. makers.
Laxton, J. Debaufer, J. and Clark, W. Cow-la, Winks, B. and J. Steffield, dyers.

To neeler, T. and Wheeler, A. Cheltenham, GlouLord, I. and Buckley, J. Bradley, Lancaster.

cestershire, smiths. Morris, E. and Wickham, E. Tonbridge, sugeons. Welcb, J. and Furse, G. Bermondsey, tanners. Miller, J. and M.and Turner, J. Runcorn, Cheshire, Watson, R. and Hebbron, T. Whitby, York, linenstone-getters.

drapers. Mams, A. and Caw, T. Wallbrook, merchants. Wood, J. and Walker, G. Burslem, Stafford, ban-, , Murris, M. and Cooper, J. Shrewsbury, maltsters, kers, Miles, T. and Metzner, W.L. Greenwich.

Willshere, R. and Roberts, J. 0. College-hill, Mangiall, J. and Mang nall, w, Manchester,


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(Continued from page 276.) OHN SIMPSON, of Birmingham, Warwickshire, JAMES COLLIER, of Procester, Gloucestershire,

Civil Engineer; for various improvements on a spring hooks or woodoock eyes and for coach har. machine now in use for the dressing and gigging of ness; which principle of spring is intended also to woollen cloths, called a gig. Dated February Tyth, be applied to harness buckles, territs, hooks, har 1818. ness, and spring swivels. Dated Feb. 16th, 1818. ALEXANDER HALIBURTON, of Haigh Iros.

THOMAS ALLINGHAM, of Smith-btreet, Chel. works, near Wigan, Lancashire, Esquire ; for cere sea, Middlesex, Gentleman; for a lamp, intended to tain improvements in steam engines and boilers, be called the Economical and Universal Lamp,” Dated February 97th, 1818. constructed by means of the flame of the wick being JOSHUA ROUTLEDGE, of Bolton-le-Moor, Lan. dept in a constant and eqaal degree of contiguity to cashire, Engineer; for an improvement or improve the oil, so as to consume in proportion to the light ments upon the rotative steam engine. Dated it gives a less quantity of oil than other lamps, and February 27th, 1818. also give a continual light of almost unvaried bril JOHN SUTHERLAND, of Liverpool, Lancashire, liancy. Dated February 19th, 1818.

and also of No. 99, Houndsditch, London, Copper. JOHN JONES, of the city of Cloucester, Brush smith; for various improvements in the construc. Manufacturer; for improvement in certain parts of tion of an apparatus for the purifying of liquids. the machinery or instraments used for dressing Dated March 7, 1818. woollen and other cloths. Dated Feb. 19th, 1818.


By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CornailL. 1818 Barom Ther. Wind Obser. 1818 Barom Ther. Wind Obser. Mar.27 29.98 38 N Fair April 12 29.92 50 N Fair 28 30.24 36 S Dilto

13 29.79 48 NE Ditto 29 30.11 45 SW Ditto

14 29.63 53 E Ditto
30 30.12 42 S Ditto

15 29.60 56 NE Ditto
31 30.27 44
NE Ditto

16 29 26 54 SW Dillo April 1 30.20 38

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17| 29.18 50 E Rain 2) 80.22 3G NE Ditto

18 29.32 55 NE Fair 3 30.30 40 NE Ditto

19 29.54 50 B Ditte 4 30.93 41 NE Ditto

20 29.75 48 E Ditto 5 30 20 46 SW Ditto

21 29.63 43 E

Ditto 6) 29.25 42 SW Rain

22 29.61 48 NE Ditto 7 29.65 41 SE Ditto

29.41 43 NE Rain
8) 29.44 51

23 29.30

S Ditto
91 29.28 56 SW Rain

24 29.21 | 41 SW Ditto 10 29.50 52 SW Ditto

25' 29.07 1 42 SW Ditto 11| 29.11 54

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LONDON MARKETS, APRIL 21, 1818. COTTON.-The sales of Cotton have gals, were reported to be taken for expor lately been so extensive, that the stock in tation; the remainder of the purchases were Londoo is decreasing rapidly; the quantity made by the trade. at market, with the exception of East India

Liverpool, April 18. descriptions, is very limited ; good Pernams " The trade in Manchester continuing and Surats have been much inquired after, very good, and the east wiods keeping out but the holders have been advancing so supplies, we have again experienced an much in their prices, that the transactions active demand for Coltons. A disposi. are not so extensive as would otberwise tion has manifested itself to purchase Bra. have been the case. The sales of Cotton zils on speculation, and they have in consesince our last exceed 2500 bags-850 Per quence advanced about per lb. Roweds, nambucco 2s. 14d. a 25. 2d. picked 28. 24d. Orleans, and Bengals, may be considered principally at 2s. 11d. ; 150 bags to arrive about 4d. per 1b. higher, but the principal 2s. 140.; 200 Cearas at 28. 14d.; 100 Suri. rise has been in Sea Islands, which have nams 2s. Ofd. a 2s. 04d.; 80 Demeraras

advanced about 28. per Ib. in consequence 25. 13. a 28. 14d. ; 250 Bourbon 28. 4d, a . of the great scarcity. Yesterday, there were 25. 8d, principally at 2s.6d. taken on brought forward by auction 2458 Bengals, speculation ; 520 Surats 14d. a 1780. ; 350 of which 812 went off steadily at 11dd. a Bengals 104d. a 1l4d.; the three latter 124d. for fair to good fair, and 13d, a 134d. exclusive of duty; a small proportion of for good quality: the better qualities at an pbe Perpams, and about a half of the Ben improvement of 4d. per Ib. and the lower

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qualities at fall prices; the remainder were 115s. 6d.; good middling 121s. 6d. ; good withdrawn, but about 200 bales have been middling Jamaica, but very dingy, realised sold since the sale at 123d, and this price 61. 5s. and 61, 6s. per cwt. The finer refused for the principal part of a favourite descriptions of Coffee are so exceedingly mark. 117 Domingos sold at 204d. a scarce, that very high prices are submitted 204d.

SUGAR.-The demand for Sugars last IRISH PROVISIONS, &c. - The Pro. week continued linnited, and as the holders vision market continues steady at our quo. evinced great eagerness to effect sales, a tations.- Bacon has been so heavy, that the further depression of Is. was submitted to; prices inserted inay be cons:dered in a great several parcels held on speculation were ineasure nominal. There has been a decline disposed of at a greater de pression. The of 45. a 5s. in Butters, but there are few accounts from Jamaica and the Leeward sellers at the depression: the trade antici. Islauds, bold out the prospect of considera- pate a revival in the inarket. hle arrivals sooner than was generally ex OIL.— The prices of Whale Oil are rather pected ; the market was in consequence advancing ; several considerable parcels very heavy, yet it may be considered that have laiely changed hands about our quoia. the wholesale grocers and refiners are now tions. -There has been some interest excited reported to be nearly out of stock, and as in the market as to wbat prices the Greenthe latter have made uo considerable pur- land Oil of this year's fishing will co:nmence chases of raw Sugar for a length of time, at; the trade are mentioning about 321. or the first arrivals, particularly from Jamaica, 331., but we believe there have been no will probably meet an immediate sale. contracts yet entered into.-Seed Oils are a

There is little probability of any new shade lower.-Gallipoli, and other d scripsupplies of Sugar, on account of the conti- tions, are without variation. nuance of easterly winds; the bolders in RUM, BRANDY, and. HOLLANDS. consequence to day do not evince so much There was a public sale of Rum brought anxiety to effect sales; the purchases are forward last week, consisting of 236 punvery limited, as few parcels of good quality, cheons of Jamaica ; the prices were 3d. a are offering: the prices this forenoon may 4d. per galloo under the market rates, but however be stated a shade higher than on the quality was so indifferent, that it affords Friday Jast, and more confidence amongst no fair criterion of the market prices. the holders. A public sale of Barbadoes Rums have, however, been since the sale Sugar was this forenoon brought forward, extremely heavy, and the market currency il consisted of 175 bhds. 42 tierces; the may certainly be considered Id. to 2d, per whole went off freely; the yellows much gallon lower ; the prices were for the about the current prices of the market; the lowest, 7 to 15, 3s. 30. a 3s. 4d. ; 17 to 21, white went off with great brisk ness 2s. per 3s. 5d. a 3s. 6d. ; the first lots, 23 to 25, were cwt, higher, being wanted by the wholesale withdrawn at 5s; one tot, good quality, 27 grocers; on account of the late scarcity of and 28, sold at 4s. 6d. The market for good Sugars-good white realised 955. ;

Brandy is so excedingly heavy, that were middling 90s. 6d. and 91s.; ordinary 888.; sales forced during the present languid de. yellow 538. a 87s. ; one lot brown 775. 60. mand, a very considerable depression in

The refined marker continued heavy till the prices must be submitted 10.-Geneva towards the close of last week, when there is declining. was a revived inquiry, particularly for ex INDIGO.--The sale at the India House port; brown Lamps were in great request closed yesterday; the good aod fine des about 105s.; the prices of Refined continue

criptions have gone off 3d. and middling 4d. to rate low in proportion to raw Sugar, yet a 6d. higher thao last sale; the ordinary the shipping orders are still mostly limited

nearly at the same prices. The sale conto prices 3s, or 4s. under the market cur.

sisted of 7908 chests, of which it is calcular rency: should refined goods give way a few

ted, about one third has been taken in for shillings, either from the decline in the prices

the proprietors, an account of the reports of the raw, or from any other cause, there from lodia, stating, that ibere is a great can be no question that very exteusive ex

deficiency in the crops, and that the supplies port orders would be immediately executed.

to Great Britain, for the autumn and, next -Molasses continue io request at our quo. spring sales, will not exceed 12,000 chests. tation. Foreigo Sugars are little inquired HEMP, FLAX, and TALLOW..-The after; no alteration can be stated in the

demand for Hemp since our last has rather prices.

given way, and prices may be considered a COFFEE.-There was little alteration

shade lower.- The quantity of Yellow in the prices of Coffee last week ; the demand Candle Tallow in London, is so inconsider. aster the day of our publication became able, that the holders have in very few ininore limited, but no depression in the prices stances subunitted to any depression ; the was submitted to. A public sale of 25

market may, however, he stated exceedcasks and 250 bags was brought forward ; ingly heavy.-In Flax there is no variation. the late prices of Demerara were fully sup The Exchange from St. Petersburg by the ported — fine ordipary 1139 ; middling ast accounts was stated rather lower.

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