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BIRTHS. LATED Yound, Piscadil., ora dads of eight Hon. Lady Harriet Bagot, of 2
John RoundEsq. of a son.
$01). Lately, the Viscountess Folkestone, of a 16. At Limehouse, the lady of the Rer. son.
James Rudge, minister of Limehouse, of a April 12. At Yester. house, the Mar. daughter. chioness of Tweddale, of a daughter.
19. At Edinburgh, the lady of Sir A. O. 27. At Walthamstow, the lady of the Molesworth, Bart, of a son. Rev. George Hughes, of a son.
21. The lady of T. J. Pettigrew, Esq. of May 5. At Blithfield, Staffordshire, the Spring gardens, of a son.
, Victualling-yard, Chatham, to Miss Jane of Henry Davidson, Esq. of Bedford-square. Picton, sister of the lamented hero, Lieute. 12. At the New Church, Mary-le-Bone, napt-general Sir Thomas Pieton, G.C.B. the Hon. Heory Pierrepont, brother to the
Lately, George Hagge, Esq. of Lynn and Earl of Manvers, to Lady Sophia Cecil, sis. Thornham, Norfolk, to Margaret, daughter ter to the present Marquis of Exeter. of Dr. Ainstie, of Dover-street,
16. Mr. George Walker, of Mark-lane, Lately, James Hance, jun. Esq. of Bromp to Ann, daughter of William Ruston, Esq. ton, lo Eliza, widow of the late Colonel
of Peckham, Surrey. Sebastian Cabot, of Boston, Massachusets. 16. Tbomas Benjamin Sumerfield, Esq.
Arril 25. Christopher R. Preston, Esq. to Sarah, daughter of the late Thomas Terof Jerico bouse, Essex, to Elizabeth-Mary, rey, Esq. of South Lambeth, daughter of Sir William Billary, Bart. 18. The Hon. Colonel Seymour, to Lady
Mr. Isaac Vale, stock-broker, of sun Charlotte Cholmondeley, daughter of the street, to Mary, daughter of John Yardley Marquis Cholmondeley. Vernon, Esq. of Broad-street-buildings. Henry Harvey Monro, Esq. son of the
MAY 1. At Limpsfield, the Rev. Robert late George Monro, Esq. to CatherineTritton, B.A. of St. John's College, Cam Mary Mason, widow of Richard Mason, bridge. y ungest son of John Henry Trit.
Esq. ton, Esq of Lombard street, to Mary, 19. J. L. Mallett, Esq. of Upper Gower. daughter of Vincent Hilton Biscoe, Esq. of street, to Frances, daughter of John MerriHock wood, Surrey.
vale, Esq. of Exeter, 2. At Walthamstow, Mr. Lewis John de 20. Jolin Sabb, Esq. of Epsom, te Miss la Chaumelle, to Miss Sibella Wilkinson. Speek, of North Cheain.
5. George Robert Smith, Esq. son of Mr. Samuel Plumbe, of Henley, Oxon, George Smith, Esq. M.P. of Upper Harley to Caroline, daughter of Mr. Philip Payne, street, to Jane, daughter of John Maberly, of Aylesbury. Esq. of Grosvenor-square.
21. John Mytton, Esq. of Halston, Salop, 6. The Hon, Captain Granvillo Levison to Harriet-Emma Jones, daughter of the Poby. R.N. son of the Earl of Carysfort, late Sir Thomas Jones, of Stanley, Salop. tu Isabella, daughter of the Hon. Colonel Major Loftus Gray, of the rifle brigade, Howard, of Busby-park, Wicklow.
to Susannah-Maria, daughter of James 7. Mr. John Young, of Southampton- Lewis, Esq. of Powis pla: e, place, son of Jeho Young, Esq. of the Isle 22. Frederick Savery, Esq. banker, of of Wight, 10 Miss Davies, daughter of Bristol, to Miss Elizabeth Butler, daughter George Davies, Esq. of Scarborough. of Anacreon Batler, Esq. Caerleon, Mon
J aac, son of I. Cooper, Esq. of Stock mouthshire. well, to Deborab, daughter of the late Jolin 25. At Mary-le-Bone Church, by the Rhodes. Esq. of Finchley.
Rev. Archdeacon Coxe, John Claytop FreeMr. John Whitebead, of Bank-side, to ling, Esq. second son of Francis Freeling, Maria, daughter of James Green, Esq. of Esq. of the (ieveral Post Office, to Mary, Brixton.
third daughter of the late Edward Coxe, 9. Robert William Dallas, Esq. captain Esq. of Hampstead-heath.
ATELY, at Freelands, Kent, in the
76th year of her age, Mrs Moore, relict of the late Archbishop of Cancer. bury.
Lately, at Eltham, Kent, Richard Harvery, jud. aged 28; March 23, Richard Harvey, sen. aged 61, and Elizabeth Har. rey, aged 63, sod, father, and mother, of an
infectious fever : they resided in the same 30. The Rev. Servinglon Savory, rector house, and were mich esteemed.
of South Wykeham, Lincolnshire, vicar of Lately, at Camden Town, in a decline, Sutton Benger, Wilts, and chaplain to St. in the 42d year of his age, Captain Samuel Thomas's Hospital. Montague Sears, of the late Sih royal vete MAY I. The slev: Charles Edward Finch, ran battalion, and son of the late Lieute. B.D. fellow oi Benel College, Cambridge. nant-colonel Sears, of the Bengal artil Suddenly, in Tenterden-street, Hanoverlery,
square, Mr. Bullock, proprietor of the Lately, nt Bath, Alexander Darblay, Mona Marble Works. Esq. a general in the Frencii service, one of 2. Sir George Hope, K.C. B. rear-admithe legion of honour to Louis XVIII. &c. ral of the red. &c.
3. Ai Peckham, Surrey, in the 72d year Lately, at Coggeshall, aged 89, Sarah of his age, Jacob Hagen, one of the society Smee, relict of the late W. Smee, of that of Friends, and late of Bermondsey. place, and one of the Society of friends. 5. At Mangham Hill, Essex, Philip
Lately, at Eason Lodge, near Yaxlay, Booth, Esq. agrd 73. late of Russell-square. aged 106. Mrs. Ann Eason, auot of Sir 6. At Withington, near Manchester, Richard Phillips, of London.
John Parker, Esq. aged 67. Oct. 12, 1817. At Serepore, Berar, At Liverpool, Edward Murphy, Esq. for. Colonel P. Walker, of Clayton.
merly of Eton and Cambridge. 14. At Hydrabad. Captain Charles Corn. 7. At Florence. Lady Campbell, wife of wallis Johnston, of the ilon. East Jodia Sir Grey Campbell, Bart, and daughter of Company's service.
Montague Burgoyne, Esq. of Mark-hall, JAN. 13, 1818. On board the William Essex. Pitt East Indiaman, and soon after leaving Archer Moore Barlow, Esq. of SouthBengal, William Hall, Esq. a partner in the street, Finsbury.square, and of Austin. hoqse of Messrs. Palmer and Co. of Cal. friars, London. cutta.
7. At Walkbampton, Mr. John Wil. FEB. 23. On board the Richmond East Jiams, at the advanced age of 100 years. Indiaman, Lieutenant Robert Jenkins, 9. The Hon. Mrs. Walpole, widow of the 24th regiment N. I. Madras establishment. late Hon. Richard Walpole, and sister of
APRIL 1. In Montague-square, John the late Lod Huntingdon. Crawford, Esq. aged 71.
12. At Putney, John Pooley Kensing. 2. At Aberdeen, William Knowles, Esq. ton, 1.q. in the 55th year of bis age. of Easter Skeine, aged 81.
14. In Hans place, Sloane-street, James 10. Henry Duncombie, Esq. of Copgrove, Keith, Esq. late of the Haymarket, St. near Knaresborough, many years N.P. for James's, aged 69. York, aged 90.
At Crouch End, Charles King, Esq. of At Hackney, Mr.J. S. Yarrow, Jate of Bernard's-inn, aged 72. Burton-street, Tavistock square, aged 35. 15. At Upper Tooting, Joseph Braster,
12. Ai Newport, Isle of Wight, awfully Esq. aged 75. sadden, John Delgaroo, Esq. who expired Charles Bowns, Esq. of Darby Hall, near in a fit of apoplexy, without any apparently Barnsley, aged 65. previous illness, and before any medical 16 Ar the Plantation, near Gisborough, aid could arrive.
Yorkshire, Henry Hale, Esq. secord son 16. Suddenly, at Redruth, Silvanus of the late General John Hale, James, one of the people called Quakers. 17. The Rev. Martin Coulcher, rector of
21. At the Vice-regal Lodge, Phænix. Gaston Thorpe, and master of the grammarpark, Dublin, in the 6th year of his age, the school, Lynn, aged 52. Hon. Walter Cherwyod Talbot, son of their 18. In the 36th year of his age, Dr. John Excellencies the Lord Lieutenantof Ireland Thomson, of Leeds, and late of Halifax. and Countess Talbot.
At Milford, Lady Bayly, relict of Sir 23. At Edinburgh, Mrs. Isabel Taylor, Nicholas Bayly, Bart. late of Anglesey, aged 105.
aged 79. 24. At the South Parade, Bath, George 20. At Aldenham, near Elstree, John Mogg, Esq. of Somerset.
Mackintoch, Esq. formerly of Rood lane, 25. At Edinburgh, aged 78, Mr. Andrew merchant. Bell, late farmer, at Ilillhead, Edinburgh. lo her 220 year, Sopbia, wife of Mr.
J.J. Alphonso M'Arthur, Esq. barrister Thomas Butler, of Cheapside. at-law, aged 33, son of John M'Arthur, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Edward Esq.
Cooper, Esq. of Enfield, in her 26th year. 26. At Isleworth, Daniel Birkett, Esq. 22. The Hon. Mrs. Grenfell, lady of aged 56.
Pascoe Grenfell, Esq. of Taplow House, 21. At Wallbrook, Mr. William Ross, Bucks, aged ö8,
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AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTS,
WITH THE ATTORNIES' NAMES,
FROM TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1818, TO SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1818.
Ertracted from the London Gazette. N.B. All the Meetings are at Guildhall, unless otherwise expressed. The Country and
London Attornies' Names are between Brackets,
WILSON, R. Manchester, innkeeper. April 18. SANDILANDS, REV. RICH. Lower Grosvenor.
place, Pimlicn, clerk, money-scrivener. diav Q. CÓWELL, RENJ. BATES, High-streci, Shoreditch,
oilman. May JONES, JAS. and Co. Leominster, Hereford, linen.
drapers. M - 9, PORTER. JOHN, Wrington, Somerset, nursery.
man. May 9.
TOWNLEY, SARAH ELIZ. Pope's-head-alley, Lombard street, victualler.
May 9. ALPE, JIS, PROTHEROE and Co. Fenchurch-st.
mercbante. May 19. HARVEY, GEORGE, Lane End, Stafford, raper. NICHOLSON, JAMES, and Co. Bow.lane, Cheap
side, pin and needle manufacturers.
ALPF., JAMES PROTHEROE and Cn. Penchurch.
st. merchants, June 20. (Young and Co. St. Mil
dred's.co. Poultry.) Mey y. ASHE, JOHN STEWARY, Messina, island of
Sicily, merch. June 12 29, and S), George, Liver pool. (Lace and Co. Liverpool ; and Taylor and
Co. Temple.! May 19. BARBER, BENJ. Bradwell, Derby, lead merchant,
June 9, Angel, Sheffield. (Riinington and Co. Sheffield ; and Wilson. Greville-si.) April 28. BLURTON, JAMES, Old Bond-st. coach daher,
June 9. (Martin, Fitzroy-street, Fitzroy-square.] April 2A. BRIGGS, JOS. Sculcoates, Yorkshire, grocer, June
16, White Hart, Kingston-upon-Hull. (Richardson, Hull; and Shawe, Ely place.) May 5. BRINSLEY, CHARLES, Ashborne, Derbyshire, butcher, June 16, Bell, Derby. (brittlebank and Co. Asliborne; and Alexander and Co. New-ign.)
Muy 5. BARTON, WILLIAM, Doncaster, malteter, June
20, Guildhall, Doncaster. (Lever, Gray's inn-sm.; and Fisher, Doncaster.) May . BUDDLE, WM. Drury-lane, carpenter, June 20.
(Cnombs, Clifford's.inn.). May 9. BATTY, WILLIAM, Kirkby Stephen, Westmore
land, tobacconist, June 20. office of Mr. Williams, Liverpool. (Williams, Liverpnol; and Chester, Staple-inn.) May 9. BALL, ROBERT CHAMBERS, Bristol, baker, June
20, Bush, iristul. (King. Serjeant's-inn, Fieet.
st.; and Frankis, John st. Bristol. Mayo BAKNARD, DAN. Fenchurch st. inerch. June 6 and
97. (Holt, Threadneedle-st.) May 16. BROWN, JOHN, London. merchani, June 0 and 30.
[Clarke and Co. Chancery-lane.) May 19. BARUH, DANIEL, Houndsditch, apothecary, June
6, and July 4. (Nettlefold, Norfolk-st. Strand.]
Mey 23. BULLOCKE, JOHN, Catherine-st. Strand, button
seller, Juneo and July 4. (Harvey and Co. Bock.
Jersbury. May 23. CARMICHAEL JOHN, Little Russell-st. Corent. garden, baker, June 13. (Rogers and Son, Man
chester huid. Westminster.) May 2. CARNABY. JOHN, Morpeih, Northumberland,
coinion brewer, June 1, 2, and 20, George, Neri. castle upon Tyne. [Meggison and Co. Hatton
garden ; and Brumell, Morpeth.) May 9. CLARK, JOHN, Manea, Isle of Ely, carpenter, Jone
11, 12, and July 4. George, Chatteris, Isle of Ely. (Leigh and Co. New Bridge-st.; and Sewell, Chatteris.) May 03. COLEMAN, WILIJAM ORTON, Wapping, slop
selier, May 3o, June 6, and July 4. (Knight and Co Rasinghall-st.) May 93. CLIFFORD, MARK, anu in. Kingston-upon-Hull, merch. July 4, Dog and Duck, Kingston-uponHoll. (Rosser and Co. Bartlett's buildings, Hole
horn; and Sandwith, Hull.) May 13. DORN, ANTHONY, Vanliall, viciualler, June 0.
(Neulefold, Norfolk.si, Strand.) May 9. DÈAN, JOAN, Dean': huildings, Poplar, baker,
June 6 and July 4. (Willett, Crown.co. Thread
ne dle-st. May 23. FORDER WILLIAM, Basingstoke, Hants, stage
coach-proprietor, June 27. Shearman and Co.
Red-lion.cq.) May 16. FAKRAR. 1905. Waterside, Southnw ram, York,
manufacturer, June 27, White Linn, Halifax, (Winglesworth and Co. Halifax; and Wiggles. worth and Cn. Gray's-inn.) May 16. HOLDEN, JOHN, West Bromwich, Stafford, borkle
maker, June 13, Castle, Birmingham. (Anstice
and Co. Te inple.) May 2. HALSTED, WM. Chichester, linen draper, June
13, Wheatsheai, Chichester. (Dalby, Chiches.
ter; and Few and Co. Covent garden.) May 2. HAINES, JOHN, Longton, Lancaster, common
carrier, June 13, Red Lion, Preston. (Wide