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PRITISH COLONIES,

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At Baronstown, co, Westmeath, Richard intrusted with the command of importan: Baron Sunderlin,

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received orders to return to Europe, he fell a On the rigtie of the 12th Feb. a fire most victim to the climate in his 40th year. destructive in its consequences, broke out in the town of St. Jolin's, Newfoundland. Fa. Maried.] At Brussels, Lieut.-Coł. Asvoured by a furious wind, it spread with drew Hamilton, aid-de-camp to Majos-genesuch rapidity, that by five o'clock next ral Sir Edw. Barncs, 10 Miss Ord, eldes! morning, when its progress was fortunately daughter of the late Wm. Ord, esq. of Fesarrested, 130 houses were completely de- ham, Northumberland.-Capi. Gio. Eartstroyed. By this calamity, 1500 persons ling, of the 1st regiment of Hussars of the were thrown destitute upon the bounty of Hanoverian Guards, to Alice, cnly daughter their fellow citizens. The damage sustained of Lieut-col. Sir James Bonteia. is moderately estimated at 100,0001. A Died.] Ai Leghorn, John Pollexfen Bassubscription was opened the following day tard, esq. M. P. for Devonshire, a!id colonel for the suferers, and the sum of 23001, was of the first battalion of the mastitia of that subscrivec.

county, which he has represenied ever since Died] At Quilon, in the East Indies, the year 1780. In his parliamentary career, Lieut. Col. John White, of the soch regi- Mr. Bastard uniformly nianifested perfect in ment of foot. He commenced a military dependence, and a warm attachment to the life in the year 1793 ; had since served 20 interests of his country. years in the East Indies, where he was often

CHEMICAL REPORT. M. Orfila has continued his interesting researcj.es upon poisons. According to the second part of his work bow published, he considers opiun not as a narcotic or stimulant, but as exercising an action completely sui generis. He thinks the solunum nigrum, not at all poisonous, and is of opinion that the belladonna mest have been mistaken for it. He observes that vegetable acids, coffee, capplier, water, chlorine, and bleeding have been prescribed as antidotes to narcntics. M. Orfila, howevis proves, 1. That vegetable acids always hasien death, wheninta luced into the stomach with narcotics. 2. That acidulated water is very useful in counteracting ihe effects of Narcotics, afier they bee been rejected by comitiigi ibus animals which would infallibly have died within an bour, have been saved by the administration for 24 or S6 hours of doses of water acidulated by a little vinegar. 3. That a strong infusion of coffee is an antidote to narcotics. 4. That the de coction of coffee is much less efficacious than the infusion. 5. That camphui 15 not a counterpoison to parcotics, though it dirninishes their effects when administered in small dones. 6. That water and mucilaginous preparations, instead of being beneficial, accelerate death, because they promote the absorption oi the poison. 7. That bleeding is nerer injurions, but frequently sufficient to restore plethoric animals, which would nevertheless die in two or thive days without proper attention, and that it is always best to ojcu the jngnlar vein. 8. That chlorine acts nearly in the same manner as vegetable acids.--The same ingenious chemist has announced his intention of comparing the cliects of the poisonons plants of Africa and the south of Europe, with those which he has obtained in France. He is also collecting materials for a work in which he intends to show, in what cases the finds of living animals are deranged and become venomous, and the diseases t'ich they produce.

M. l'AUQUILIN has analysed the bark of the nialambo of South America, a plant, brought to Europe by Messrs. HUN BOI DE and BONPLAND, and strongly recommended as a febrifuge. He has found that it contains a volaule aromatic oil, a rery bitter resin and an extract soluble in water. The resin is the most abundant principle, amounting to one fisib part. It is in this that the chief virtue of the bark resides. The volatile and aromatic oil which acconipanies the bitter principle, affords room to hope that it may be useful as a topic. As the resin is nauseously bitter, and the volatile oil extremely acrid, it is necessary to administer this bark at first with caution and in small doses. The most eligible form is that of a tincture mixed with syrup or water and sugar.

Klaprotu in his Dictionary of Chemistry observes, that the science bas not yet pointed out a method of combining potash irith phosphorus. This objeca hastek ! accomplished by Professor SEMENTINI Of Rome, by the following process :--Form a saturated solution of potash in water, and add pieces of phosphorus. No reciprocal action takes place : but when highly rectiñed alcohol is added, a brisk effetrescence immediately ensues, and proto-phospbureted bydrogen gas-is wolved in

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abundance. The phosphorus dissolves with the same rapidity at the commencement of the operation, but more slowly afterwards.-The aphrodisiac property known to belong to phosphorus, induced M. SEMENTINI to try it the phosphorec of potash would have the same effect upon aniinals; and bis tirst attempts promised complete success. Should he succeed in establisting this effici, he purposes lo saake public, in a distinct memoir, the manner of administering this remedy, the precautions necessary to prevent the decomposition of the phosphuret of poash in the stonachi, and a statement of the cases in which it has been employed.

By the addition of nitric acid to the solution of potash and phosphorus in alcubol, A nitrate of potash is formed, crystallizes rapidly, and is deposited at the botiom of the liquid. Wheu completely separated from the latter, and strongly heated, it produces the same effects as common nitre; but if the inixture of liquid and salt be heated to desication, a violentoexplosion is the result. “ Not being aware of this effect," says M SEMENTINI, “ Ievaporated to dryness about 36 grains of the salo mixed with this liquid. The detonation was so violent as to beat me to the ground, completely stunned, and I remained deaf for a whole day. Every thing brittle on the table of the laboratory was broken to shivers. Considering the small quantity of matter capable of producing such an effect, I conceive that, next to detonating silver, this substance is the most violent with which we are acquainted."

COMMERCIAL REPORT. COMMERCE appears again reviving from that languor, under which it bad for several months pasi existed. An increased confidence in credit, and an increased demand for various articles of merchandize are already evident; and we doubt not, but this will now continue, and speedily restore the whole extended and coma plicated machine of commerce to general activity. It is crue, that we have not experienced any of those extraordinary transitions that make a strong momentary impression of apparent advantage, and we rejoice that it is not so. To be sure and permanent, the re-action to improvement should be silent and gradual; and we congratulate our readers and the commercial world at large, that such appears to be the basis upon which it has taken place.

Intelligence was received in the early part of last month, that the Russian government has agreed upon a new tariff of duties, and rendered adipissible several articles of our export merchandize hitherto prohibited, refined sugars being included: they experienced a temporary advance of 6s. to 8s. per cwt., but the demand almost inmediately subsided and the price consequently declined; and all articles remain with but little variation in value since our last. The exchanges have all experienced a still further trifting advance; and in consequence of its being understood that the Government will not require any loan, the funds generally indicate an improvement.

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BANKRUPTS

FROM MARCH 23, TO APRIL 22, INCLUSIVE. Where the address of the Solicitor is not mentioned, he must be understood to reside at the

some place as the bankrupt. The Solicitors' names are between Parentheses, Araison S. Castle strest, Leicester square, coal Bryan R. Abergavenny, chipa dealer (Parker and

merchant (Sutcliffe, Earl street, Biackfriars Smith, Worcester Aikjnson I. York, woollen draper, (Ord und Pear. Buckeridge G. Panebourge,timber inercbant (Sykes

& Knowles, New Inn Banks T. Sedgley, timber merchant (Smith, Wol. Burt T.C. Catherine court, Tower hill, ship owner, verhampton

(Jones, Great Winchester street Barnes J. Shefuld, merchant (Hardy

Burton S. Hull, confectioner (Brook and Bulmer, Bass R. Turvey, farmer (Times, Bedford

York Bernard J. & C. Manchester, linen-drapers, (Wil. Cartwright J. Saltford, Somerset, victualler (Bous. les & Co. Warnford court

dillon and Elewiit, Little Friday street Boughcon B. Shoreditch, hardwareman (Mayhew Caulton G. Aston, wire worker (Webb, Birming. & Price, Symoud's lon

ham Pourne W. Bridgnorth, miller (Nicholls, Catstree Chambers J, Great Hamptop, carpenter (Parker Bowler G. & Co. Manchester (Barrelt and Wilson & Smith, Worcester Bownian T. Sunderland, smith Turner, Newcastle Children 0. Tunbridge, banker (Sıạith, Finsbury upon Tyne

square Brame T. Lowestof, herring merchant (Boswell, Clements S. Rougliton, merchant (Cope, Boston Auntia Friars

Clewer J. H. Botley. Ilants, shipwright (Kuighe Badger 3. Strep, farmer (Mitchell, Petersfield & Freeman, Basinghall street New MONTILY MAG.No. 28.

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378 Bankrupts.

(May 1, 2. Collins J. Cree Church lano, Leadenhall Street, Johnson C. Lerer Bank, Lancaster, calico priater copper plate printer (Smith, Lothbtury

(Ilalstead & Ainsworth, Manchester Colwa!? Cay. Great Russell street, linen-draper Jones J. Ketley, Salop, grocer (Noek. Wellingtos (Sweet & Stokes, Basinghall street

Joges .. Norwich, halter (De llague and Siout Constant L. H. H. G. Wellclose square, sugar

Kershaw W. Halifax, merchant (Wilsook Tehner (Lang. America square *Cooke W. Millsbridga, and J. Littlewond. Leeds,

Lane R. Bergh: Apton, Norfolk, shopkeeper (Cole,

Lerldon Carpet manufacturers (Granger, Leeds Leader T. Port Dandas, mereh. (Wake, Shebe! Cooper J, Attleburgh, miller (Wyog, Burg St. Ed. Levs J. Portsen, butcher (Johnson mund's

Lingford T. Cranburn street, mercer (Carpenter, Cooper T. Pilkington, Lancaster, calico printer Church passage, Old Jewry (Woodstock . Bury

Lomas J. Sheffield, grocer (Rodgers Coxeter J. Newbury, clothiør (Phipps, Basinghall Lovell W. B. Cranfield, draper (Garrard, Olars

Mac Kuight W. Isle Kirk, Cumberland, meal dealer Dallett R. Merton, Surrey, farmer (t{artley, New (Nicholson, Wigton

Mansell J, Wood street, haber dasbes (Batige, Davies J. & W. Taylor, Oxford strcet, linen-di

Chancery lane pers (Newton, Great Shire lage

Marshall S, Stockport, cotton manufacturer (Wal. Dawson A. Bath, wheelchair maker (Evill Debell J. Plymouth, grocer (Mauuder

Vartin C. Cheriton, victualler (Batten, Teoril $ 'Demain S. Wakefield, milliner (Beaver

Martin J. Gainsborough, ship builder (Baldvin, D¢ Roche Kl. T, X Co. Lime, street, merchants Lincoln (Deutetts & Co, King's Arms Yurd

Mason J. Little Thorock, hay dealer (Towassad, Dry J. High Ercall, Salop, tailor (Stanley, Dray.

Romford ton in Hales

Moore J. North Somercoate, Lincoln, grocer (Rush. Evans J. B. Hiodon, Wilts, grocer (Seymour,

worth, Hull More

Naish J. Bittoa, Gloucester, engineer (Chisleti & Fitch G. Chelmsford, draper (Shepherd, Bartlett's

Tilry, Frome buildings

Nash 1, Chesham, spinster (Stevens, Sies Cole Ford J. Minories, trunk maker (Wright, Upper

lege Garden Thames street

Nash T. Chesham, brewer (Stevens, Sion College Eoslar T. & E. S. Yulding, Kent, malusters (Scu.

garden damore, Maidstone Neale 11. Gosport, linen draper (Jones & Regnal

, Gedge W. Angel court, Throgmorton street, wine“ Lord Mayor's Court Office vi i merchant (Charsley, Mark lane

Newby w. Egremont, currier (Stcel & Sca, Gibbons B. jun. & T. Stokes, Kingswisford, iron Cockermouth masters (Robins, Stourbridge

North G. Breckoock, carrier (Atcheson, Great Goold W. Risca; Monmouth, farmer (Watts, Brise Winchester street

Oliver J. Sution St. Mary, Lincoln, miller (Jump Gordon A. Union court, Old Broad street, mer

& Orton, Wishech chant (Hutchinson, Crown court, Threadnee- Pace G. Madeley, Salop, butcher (Morris, Ser dle street

port Goudy T. Clement's lene, Lombard street, tailor Palmer J. Piccadilly, tailor (Burton, New North (Allen, New Ina'

Street, Red Lion square Gould W. Sheffield, cutler (Brookfield

Park T. Walbrook, merchant (Hindman, Boting. Gray J. Great Driffield, farmer (Dickinson

hall street Griffiths W. Bath, hatter (Clarke & Richards, Pearson I. Westoe, Durham, ship owner' (Caia. Chancery lane

bridge, South Shields ti Grubb W. Colchester, brewer (Sparling and Wit

Pebberdy, J. Leicester, hosier (King & Smiene tey

Hinckley Hahilyn R. & J. Chánter, Bideford, bankers (Car. Penfold E. and Co. Maidstone, bankers (Llis, ter and Callon

Gray's Too square Hardy w. Thetford, tanner (Dixon, Staple Top Penny W. Titchfield, brewer (Weddell. Gosport Harley J. Clifton, merchant (Griffith, Teniple Phillips J. Longlown, Cumberland, batter larter Hartley J. Colve, calico manufacturer (Hard Co. (Saul, Carlisle Tomple

Popplewell F. Robert Town, York, card maker ", Harvey J. W. & R. Copland, Southwark, linen (Pullen, Fore street, Cripplegate

drapers (Lowless & Cross, St. Mildred's cou. Price J. Clirow, Radnor, farmer '(James, Hay Hewlett J. Birmingbam, innkeeper - (Palmer Radford J. H. Little Eaton, Derby, taader (Ward *. Hickson R. Littlehales, miller (Morris, Newport

& Co. Derby Higgs J. Exeter, hatter (Livett, juu. Bristol Randall E. 'Bekles, wheelwrighé (šunlét, Chan. Hole R. Bow, Devon, serge maker (Turner, Exe

Robb W. S. Blackfriars road, merchant (idea Holland C. Lamboth, army agent (Burfoot, Tem. & Co, Austin Friars **':'ple

Rash R. Field-Dulling. Norfolk, grocer (Bosch Howell J. Wapping, master marinc (Baker, Ni. & Deacon, Norwich cholas lane, Lombard street

Rusliforth W. Greetland, York, woollen madefac. Huggerstow W. Morpeth, currier (Kirkley & Fen. turer (Wiglesworth and Co. Ilalifax wiek, Newcastle upon Tyne *

Salter J. Dartmouth, bookseller (Brooking Huish 11. Portsmouth,"stationer (Johnsod, Portsea Salusbury Sir R. Newport, Monmouth, Basker Jackson E. Wisksworth, victualler (Swettenham & (Dawes & Chalfield, 'Angel court Andrew**

Sandwell É, C. A. Břistot, mes chant (Stephess & Jay ki Badley, miller (Pearson, Ipswich

Cornish Jennings B. Bristol, carpenter (Tanner

Scowcrore W. & Co. Brighmet, Lapraster, bleecke Jessieet J. Elcot, Berks, "Farmer (Ryley, Hunger. ers ráistent ud over ford

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Dividends.

379 Shaw #. Ulverston, Lancaster, stritener (Fell Tharpe J: Lorulon bridge, fruitejér (Reardos de Sisas L. Hododsditch, merchant (Isaacs,' Bury Davis, Corbre court street, Sr. Mary Are

À Follett W. Plymouth Dock, grocer (Bozan Skillecorn G. St. Pancras, victulNet (Paytard, Toplis H. J. Nottingham, spirit merchan (Nuttall Took's court, Chancery lune

Towaley 3. E. Pope's Head alley, victualler (SteSoper J. Tunbridge Wells, innkeeper (Yoang & vens, Sion College garden Hughes, St. Mildred's court

Tyrer J. Bíckarstaff

, cattle dealer" (Cook, WoodStephenton A. Tynemouth, master mariner (Coco bridge house, Clerkenwell kerill, North Shields

Vile W. Deal, Iratret (Clarke & Richards, Ches. Storer J. Walham green, market-gardener (Tucker, Bartleti's buildings

White j. Wood street, hosier' (Walker & Rankin, Straford T. & G. Holborn bridge, haberdashers Old Jewry (Willis & Co. Warnford court

Williams G. Limehouse

, dexter (Searle, GoodliTattershall J. Wotton under Edge, clothier (Har. man street, Doctors' Commons ris, Bristol

Williams' N. Rotherhithe, sailmaker (Paterson, Taylor G. Bishop Wearmouth, coal-fitter (Kirsopp, Copthall court Hexham

Williains T. Derby, brass-Founder (Greares Thomas W IL Kingston, linen-draper (Walker & Wise S. & C. Maidstone, paper-tuanufaclarers Rauku, Old Jewry

(Burr & Hour Thompson J. jun Walton, Suffolk, coal merchant Worthy R. Exetet, woollea-manufacturer (Turner ! (Pulhain, Woodbridge

Young D. A. T. Water lané, carpenter (Amory & Thorp J. & J. Darlington, Manchester, calico Coles, Lothbury dealers (Hadfield

DIVIDENDS. Adams R Lubonham, grazior, May 4

Davey M. jun. Cheshunt, miller, April 83 Alder E. Crooked lane, merchant, May 4

Davis J. Marston Moretaine, butcher, May Apnelis J. Salisbury, ligen-draper, May

Dawson W. Feochurch street, merchant, March 30 Armitage W. Vyper Thorpe, cloth inerchant. May1 Deschamps J. A. Howard's place, St. James's, Ardoli D. Gracechurch street, bookseller, April 83 cagine-turners, May 1 Ashwell J. W. Colchester, grocer, May 1

Dickinson 0, South Shields, linen traper, April 30 Atkins W. & Co. Chipping Norton, bankers, April 29 Dodd J. Norfolk street, Middlesex Hospital, cheeseAyre & Spalding, merchant, April 87

monger, May 7 Badger J. Oli Jewry, merchant, July 6

Dollman S. &W. Banks, Poultry, hatters, April 16 Badger J. Jun. & J. Old Jewry, merchants, April 16 Earl J. sen. Westmorelaud place, City road, and Barber R. W. Ivy lane, painter, May 7

Earl J. jun. Preston, beast-salesinen, April 83 Barpe, W Faruhain, coachinaker, May 10

EginLou W. R. Handsworth, paiuter on glass, May 6 Barbett D. Portsca, mercer, April 30

Ellis J. Crooked lade, merchant, May 4 ) Barrington J. Surand, bookseller, April 20

Evans D. Bala, Merioneth, shopkeeper, May 3 Barrowclongh, T Leeds, clothier, May 11,

Evans E. Shoreditch, cowkeeper, May 11, Baylı J. Pilsea, dealer, May 21,

Evans J. Tottenham.co. road, ligeu-draper, April 16 Beckett A. Winchester, wine merchant, April 27 Fields W. Hull, grocer, May 17. Bedford D. Taunton, grocer, April 29

Fletcher J. Clapham, mercliant, May 15 Birch W. Great Queen Street, coachmaker, April 16 Foreman J. Sheerness, carpento, March 30 Norwich, jeweller, April 27

Fowler D. & R. Green, Lime strcet, merchudts, Black

May 4 J. Duke street, Aldgate, mercer, April 27 Fraríkland F. Oxford street, linen draper, May 14 Blacklige E Eccleston, cotton-manufacturer, May 9 Franklin J. Fareham, grocer, April 2007 Blakey E. New Bond street, milliner, April 23 Goodacre R. Grantham, victualles, May & Bleakley J. Bligh str. Whitechapel, builder, April 27 Goodall T. Philpot lane, merchant, May 7. the Bolshaw J. Liverpool, plumber, April 20

Gordon, A. & C. Chorch str, Soho, tailors, April 27 Boss T Liverpool, draper, April 22

Gordon J. Hunter Street, N. merchant, May 4 Boullen P. Great Winchester str. merchant, May 7 Gosling, S. & Co. Mark Jage, wine-merchants, Bowdler W. Cheapside, Manchester warehousemaa,

April 23
May 7

Graves P. Chorley, cotton manufacturer, April 23
Briekwood T. N. Liverpool, merchant, April $2 Gray, G. Gracechurch street, hallwarerao, May14
Brooksbank A. & A. Moody, Bermondsey, tangers, Gray J. Billiter square, bardwarenwy, May
May 18

Gray M. & J. Bridport, swing manufacturers, Browo J, Glamford Briggs, marcer, May í

April 99 Burt E. Sithney, miller, May 3

Guyard R. P. Tbregmorton str. merchant, May 11 Byro C. Warwick, canner, April 24

Hampaan J. H. Greni Winchester street, tetchats, Carter J. Kingsand, salesman, April 24

May 7
Champion J. Great St. Helens, broker, May 11, Handley A. Sheffield, merchant, April 29">

Christopher T. Dunster court, wine-merch, April 27 Vardy W. Cheapside, merchaat, Aptik 974 Clark W. Waler Jane, Tower street, merchant, Harris J. Newgule street, princeller, May 14 25

Hayae J. Paternoster row, straw hat manufacturer, Colebatch G. Nilverton, mealman, April 24

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R. & E. Colson, Great St. Helens, hosiers, Hinde J. Whitechapel, tin plate worker, April 20 April 33

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Hoare J. Derby, iugkeeper, May 34 Pran Erowly D. Portsmoutli , tailor, April 27

Hoolboom J. E. Union cours, Broad street, mer. C G Leademhall street

, merchant, April 23 chant, April 30 Cuthbert A. & Co. Gutier lane, merchants, July 87 Humphries H. St. Bennet's bill, druggist, May 7 Daniel R. Colmar street, liverymar, May

Innes R. Cheltenham, haberdasher, May 21

April 22

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380 Certificatesa

(May 1, Johnson E.. sep. & jun. Eleet, drapers, April 29 Scott J. Witham, scrisoner, May 4 Jowsey, W. Lower Shadwell, mast maker, April 20 Seabrooke J. Leadenhall street, tailor, April 87 Judu w.sv., & jon. & R. Judd, Birmingham, Sharp G. sen. & jun., Romsey, cabinet makers, carriers, April 27

Mav 14
Kahrs J. N. Great Winchester str. merch. May 7 Shenston J. M. Pottsea, salesman, April 30
Kearsley G. Flere street, bookseller, May 4

Shephard J. Rochdale, corn dealer, May 1
Kent E. Mash lane, wine merchant, May +

Sboel J. Foundsdırch& J. Heald, Caleatoa streeh King R, Minsing labe, merchant, May 7

merchants. May 7 Knight W. Bagsboi, miller, May 11

Silver R. N. Oxford-street, haberdasher. Apri so Lathan T. D. Devonshire square, merchant, Simonds E. jun. Atherstone, tat manufacturer,

April 23 Luw W. Capthall Chambers, merchant, May 7 Smith J. Port mouth. ship chandler, April 30 Lonard, 1 Little Hampton, seedsman, April 20 Smith J. Great Ma low, stue mason. April 20 Lewis J. Three Kings'court, wine merchant, Apr. 27 Smith W. Bpesferris, lime burner, April 30 Lightolier T. Halliwel, dealer in calico, May 30 Smith W. Liverpool, merchant. April 20 Lockier T. Upper Thames str, merchant, May 21

Smithers H. j. II. New Bridge street, broken, Low J. & W. Mincing late, merchants, April 23

April 27 Luddington W. Bristol, hatter, April 0

Spriggs W. Bath, haberdasher, April 23 Luke W. & Co. Smith@el!, linen drapers, May 4 Steele T, Criester, woollen draper, May $ H.Cauley P, Liver;ool, merchant, Mas 9

Stevens J. M. Portsmouth, jeweller, April 0 Macgaie N1. Jermyn street, milliner, April 27 Sterenson J Manchester, Lobarconist, April 09 Mackenzie A. K & E, Abbott, Austin Friars, Swop 1. & Co. Wapping wall, merchants, Jaut 1 mer: hauts Jin

Sylvester P. Wanit4ge. tænner, April 30 W? Clare R. Manchester, merchant, May 9

Tappeuden J, & J. Faversham, iron inasters, May 8 Malcolm W. Watling str. warehouseman, May 7 Tare J. Crooked labe, merchant, Mag 4 Masou E. Great Swan alley, carpenter, April 20 Taylor J. &1. 1. Unper Tha nes street, iron mer. Mayor J. Fetter lane, furrier, April 23

chauts, May 14 Mencelin 1. Cheapsicle, perfumer, April 20

Taylor P. Chester, comb maker, May ? Morris E. Newtown, woollen draper. Altii 95 Ticmann W. & Co. Spicer streel, Spitelfelds, con Multett F. St. Mary Axo, meichant, June 4

lour manufacturers, May 4 Newill J. & 9. Stoke, Stafford, curriers, May 18 Tollervey W . Prresia, brewer, May 10 Nowell N. & W. Wakelin, Piccadilly, men's mer. Tongue W. Birminghain is we'ler, April 97 cers, April 30

Tucker W. Lamheth, dealer in coal. Mas * Noan II & J Barber, York street, Corent Garden, Tyerman J. Bristol, silk mercer, June 8 haberdashers, May 7

Vallauce W. Wycomb Marslı, paprt inaket, April 30 Oliver W. & G. H. Townsend, Howford buildings, Vince W. Lucas stiert, Commercial road, carpenter, coul merchants, May 4

May +
Outridge Ri, Newport, 1. Wight, iron founder, Wade G. Blackrnhall, miller, April 25
May 7

Waghorn T. Chatham, bulcher, May 11
Parry J. Newgate street, tobacconist, April 23 Waters B. Bishio lane, broker, Airil 23
Pittridge A. Wapving, wine merchaut. Mig 4 Waits G. Huran y, baker, April 20
Pieil A. L. & E. A. Van Voorsi, Bishopsgate str.

Williams w Raili one place. April 27
merchants, Ipril 28

Willis J Taibam, mlister, May 8 Pullen W. Shaliesbury, innhol:ler, May 13

Willis I. Hudding line, merchant. Mas 11 Riwlins G. E. Pris:ol, grocer, Mig!

Willmour H. Shoreham, papei inaker, May 7 Reay J. Mark lane, wine merchant, May 4

Willmet R. F Bradforis, scrivenrr. May 18 Richard J, S. Moutague place, merchant, April 20 Wilson J. Manchester, gineer, April 25 Roberts J. Shafteshury, grocer. Was 13

Wilsou J. jun. & J. Williams, Long Acre, coach Roberts J. &'T Bull, Macclesfield, colon siinners, makers, M+y + - May *****

Wil.on R Portels et, scrierner, Art 29 Rubins W. T. Smuthwark, printer, May 4

Wouter J, Kinstop, diller. May 7 Robinson R Kindle butter factor, May 7

Woodcock F Wykron, Lei ester, 1qubider, Aprile Rogers B. Cheltenham, hutcher, April 29

Wray A. Tokoh use Yarn, merchant, May 11 Rowney R. Hatton Garden, perfumer, April 27 Wrighe R. Waing street, warehisusenaa, May 7 Salkeld J. Strand, silversmith, April7

Wright W Charace plasir, Hackuey road, borse. Sawkins J. Margale. scrivener, April 22

hair manufacturers, May 4

CERTIFICATES. Aldred W. Ipswich, linen draper, April 23

Cruke J. Lower Brook street, upholsterer, May il Anderson A Philpot lave, merchant, M+y7

Croslev J. L vrpon, merchant, April 16 Ash J. Plunibtree sreet, sword (utler, April 20 Cuff G. L-aventall street, merchant. April 97 Berlow J. & J. Gregorg, Sheffield, iron founders, Curlewis, S. L. King street, Corewt garden, tailor, May 7

May 4
Barnett A. Broad street. glass merchant, May 7 Curling D. juu. St. Lawrence, I. Th Del, dealet,
Barrington C. J. Strand, bookseller, April 341

A1 20
Paul J. Bartholomew close uplinlsieres April 20 Cushing J Norwich, stone ma-ou, Vay 4
Pissell Cradliy, hopdealer. Apul 30

Daniell ll. Griel Štreri, coach maker, May 7 Birchlidre E. Ecclestou, cotton marufucruter, Doronary L L. Arw Boord tree, hookseller, April 3

Ari 0 Budd I'. Plymouth Dock, baker, April 27

puta. Cuiron stirêtu plaisirspp. April 161-10 Burley J. Bristol, brush maker, April 16

Dwing R Mikam, clothier. May 7 !!!! Burimeliaw). Bendet's row, Blackfriars, bricklayer, Duckwor.hr jun.iß ibicei lane, merch. Aprils April 20

Eley J. Blackfriars road, brewer, April 07 Burion J. & S. Little Coggeshall, horse de alers, Elwick J. Wxhefield, picture dealer, April 27 May 11 0 Yo

Emert S. T. Mangotsfeld, shopkeeper, April 37

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