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NEW MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, AND PROMOTIONS. W’orcester — William Gordon, Esq. rice Bars. to be colonel of the 11th foot, vice Henry Bromley, Esq.

Fitzpatrick. Derb: --Thomas Williain Coke, Esq. vice General the Right Hon. Richard FitzEdward Coke, Esq.

patrick to be colonel of the 47t11 foot, rice Norfolk-Sir Jacob Henry Astley, Bart. Da rymple, dec.

and Edward Coke, Fsq rice T. W. Coke, Lieutenant-general Stanwix, to be co

Esq and the kig: t Hon W Windham. lonel of the 85th foot, vice Sir Charles Haru ch-James Adams, Esq. rice W. H. A gill Freemantle.

Major general Grosvenor, to be colonel of Inniskillen-R. H. A. Bannet, Fsq. captain the 97th toor, rice Stanwix. R. N. vice N. Sneyd, Esq.

Generai Samuel Hulse, to be lieutenantHelsim — Hon. Thomas Brand, vice N. governor of Chelsea Hospität, rice Dalrym

Vanstart, Esq. BletchingliJ. A Bannerman, Esq. vice Edward Earl, Esq.'to be a commissioner J Dupre Porcher, Esq.

of the Customs in Scotland. St. Mawes - Lieut nant-colouel Shiply, Sir Edmond Stanley, to be recorder of rice Sir John Newport.

the Court of Judicature in Prince of Lostwithie Charles Cockerell, Esq vice Wales's Island in the East Indies. William Dickenson, Esq.

Sir Richard Strachan, and Sir John Cockermouth Lord Binning, vice John Stuart, Count of Maida, invested Knights Lowther, F3q

of the Bath. Midhurst-W 'C. Plunkeit, Esq. and H. Righi Hon. Charles Arbuthnot and Har

Watkins Williams Wynne, Esq. vice ford Jones, Esq. permitied to receive and Righi Hon. W. Wickham and John wa the insignia of the Roman Imperial Smith, Esq.

Order of the Crescent, conferred on them PROMOTIONS.

by the Grand Signior. Isaac Hudson, 'of Carlisle, Gent, and Sir William Young, to be governor of the Thomas Rushion, of Bolton le Moors, Island of Tortola. Gent to be masters extraordinary in chan- Major general the Hon. John Aber

crombie, to be colonel of the 53d regiLieutenant-general Sir Charles Asgill, ment, vice General Crosbie, dec.

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ALPIIABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTCIES AND DIVIDENDS,

FEBRUARY 18, 1807, to March 21, 1807, inclusive.' [Extracled fiom the London Gazette ]-----The Solicitors' Names are between Parenthesis.

ARON L. Gosport, slopseller, (l-aacs, ford-row). Cause J. Great Wakering,

Mitre-court, Aldgate). Avres J Essex, shop-keeper, (Leigh and Co. New Amersham, Bucks, but'erman, (Tavlor, Bridge-street). Cox W. Leicester, cotton Featherstone-building). Atkinson J. spinner, (Tavlor, Southampton-buildings, Birmingiiam, iron-founder, (Chilton, Lin. Chanc ry lane). colu's-Inn).

Dully T Chichester, linen-draper, (Few, Burgess G. Whitecross-street, brewer, New North street). Devenish A. and (Palmer and Co. Copthall-ouri). Binden, Newport H. Villiers-street, Strand, upH. Thornbury, Gloucestershire, bacon holsters, (Blea dale and Co. New lon!. factor, (James, Gray's-lon). Bog J. Domnett J. Norinumberland street, Strand, Hemmingby, Lincolnshire, (Alexander, wine-merchant, (Palmer and Co. CopthallBediord-row). Bingley J. Upper John- court). Dani::is J. Liverpool, slop-seller, Street, St Pancrass. statuary, (Good, How- (Meadowcroft and Co Gray's Ion). land street). Biddie J. Chichester, iron- Edge W. Salford, Lancashire, brewer, monger, (Kinderley and Co. Symond's. (Ellis, Cursitor-street). Eschke, C. A. Ion). Bromley G. Chandler-street, Ha- Sherborn-lane, merchant, (Robinson, Charnover-square, grocer.

tiravshaw T. York, ter house- square). Emmett T. Bell's grocer, (Bell and Co. Bow laite). Beak J. Gardens, Peckham, cow-keeper, (Cross, Rye, Sussex, inu-keeper (Fullert, Temple). King street, Southwark). Easterbrooke J. Blower, S. Ellingham, Norfolk, miller, Exeter, hat (Drewe and Co. New Inn). (Cafaude, Halesworth).

Evi's T. Eliow, Bedfordsh re, butcher, Coles, J. Banbury, Oxfordshire, meal- (Gilus, Great Shire - lane, Carey - s reet). man, (Bignell, Bunbury). Caughton J. Evans G West Hough:on, Lancashire, Love-lane, ship.rigg T, (Jones, Temple). coal-merchant, (Windle, John-street, BedCuishaw R. Wrightington, Lanca-hire, ford-row) coal-merchant, (Windle, John-Street, Bed- Field J. Old-street-road, carpenter, (Bal

furd-hire,

lachey, Capel-court, Stock Exchange). ven buildings,City-road). Proctor S. Leeds, Freeman J. Bermond-ey, victualler oilman, (Lodington and Co. Secordaries'.

Garrer W. Ttford, Norfolk, merchant, Office, Temple). Pullen P. Hanley, Saf(Baxters and Co. Furnival'; Inn). Grega

bookseller, (Barbor and Co. G. Compton-street, Soho, cheesemorger, Fetter lane). Pickering J. Frod ham, (Steventon, Cheques-cour, Charing-cross). Cheshire, corn-merchant, (Windle, JohnGillam T and Wray- W. Worcester, street, Bedford-row). Perry G. Liverpool, drapers, (Cardale and Co. Gray's lon). marble- merchant, (Blackstock, St. Dila

Feath W. Rugeley, Staffordshire, skop. dred's-court, Poultry). Pritiy J. Hadleigh, keeper, ( Allen and Co. Furnival's Inn). Suítolk, grocer, (Taylor, SouthamptonHepworth W. Manchester, corron-mer- buildings, Chancery-lane). chant, ! Elli:, Cursies treet). Hancock Riesenbeck J G.H. Sherborne-lane mere J. Shiffield, merchant, Chambre, T«mple. chant, (Robinson, Chartırhouse- square!. lane) Harknes; J. Addle-streti, Wood- Ro:lon R. Ligh Wycomb, Bucks, cation: street, merchant, (Gregson and Co Algi- merchant, (Edge, Manchester). Riwincou't, Thirogmorion-striel) Dill J Ro- son R. Kingston-u pon-Dull, merchant, therlithe, mrchaut, (kivington, Fen- (Ros er and Co. Bartlett's buildi: gs). Read church-street). Rollowell S &C Cheadle B. Bridgewater, Somerset-hin, tailor, Bulkle, Cheshire, builders, (Lingard auld (Blake, Tooke's-court, Carey street). Dale, Stockport). Horner L

Lano ter,

Scott H. Hinckley, Leicest'rshire hosier, brewer, (Blasdale and Co New Inv). (Furbes, Ely-place, Holborn). Smith J. Horrocks W. and J Stockport, muslin- H. Watup-lane, Tower-streer, wine and manufacturers, (Vleddowcroft and Co. spirit broker, (Elstoh, Catherine-court, Gray's lon). Hesiam H. Bolton, Lan- Trinity-square). Surman W. and Fopi E. cashire, niuslin-Inanufacturer, (Mellow. Cheltenham, lisen-dra,sers,

(Chilton, croft ana Co Gray's Inr) Hancock W. Lincoln's lun). Smith R. Ashborne, Der Shetheld, tallow.chandler, (Chambre, byshire, stationer, i Bleasrlale and Co. New Temple lane). Hyde J. and Chadwick J. Inn). Standerwick J. Bourton, Dorset. Manchester, dyers, (Willis, Warnford. shire, (Batten, Yeovil) St. ohn H. Pencourt). Hartney J Tronmonger-lane, mer- nycross, Devonshire, dealer, (Bone and Co. chant, (Palmer and Co. Coprhall-court). Plymouh-dock) Smith W. Wolver.

Jones T Birmingham, coal-merchant, hampton, butcher, (Corser, Wolverhamp, (Punton, Hind-court, Fleet-streets. John ton). Stevnor T. Walsall

, S affordshire, son W. and Wiltshire J. Huntingdon, baker, (Turner, Warwick-cont, Gray's drapers, (Evans, kennington-cross). In- lun). Susham T. Creak, Norfolk, hauker, gledew W. Leeds, starch-maker, (Battye, (Falcon, Temple). Chancery-lane) Jovnour R. E. Bristol, Tijou H. M. Mitre-court, Fleet.street, merchant, (Plau, Tanfield-court, Temple). vintper, (Wadeson, Austizi-friars). The T.

Kelly J. Manchester, (Ellis, Cur itot- Daventry, Northamptonshire, auctioneer, street). Kilovy C. Watford, Herts, dealer, (Egerton, Gray's-lun-square). Tadınan F. (Greenwell, Beaumont-street, Cavendish- Beverley, Yorkshire, serivener, (W Jhs, square).

Warnfore court). Troughton R. Z. and Larce W. Abingelon, wool-staưler, (Bla- Andrews J. Cooper's-row, Cruiched frars, grave and Co. Symond's lun) Leonard S. wine-merchants, (Ilacket, Temple). ThuilGloucester, vichualler, (Gahell, Lincolu’s lier J. Leonard, Devonshire, merchant, Imu). Leonard W. otherwise Randall W. (Iline, Carey-street, Lincoln's lon). TrayCoppice-row, Clerkenwell, tailor, (Hunt, nor W. Jermyn-street, tailor, (Dawson Surrey-street, Strand). Linley, J Shef- and Co. Warwick-street). Turner J. 10.field, giocer, (Bigg, Hatton-Garren). lev-street, warehouseinan, (Brooks, Mille

Mew H Newport, Isle of Wight, shop- inan - street, Bedford - row). Taylor T. keeper, (Dodd, Thiri adneedle - street). Monkwearmouth-Shore, Durham, buker, Marren, H. Fccleston, Lancashire, com- (Blackiston, Symond's Inn ) merchant, (Windle, John-street, Bedford- Vose J. Preston, cotton-manufacturer, tow). Mirgan D. otherwise Clifford, Car- (Barrest and Co. Gray's Inn). laughan G. diff, Glamorgansluire. shopkeeper, (James, and Mackilwain R Snarchwoul, MotGray's-Inn-square). Mortimer ". Wiven- mouthshire, coal merchanis, (Platt, Talhoe, Fssex, malister, (Lowten, Temple). field-court, Temple).

Newport 11. Villiers-street, Strand, cabi- Whalley li. Cullum-street, brandy-mernet - maker, (Humphreys, Tokenhouse chanit, (Evans, Kennington-cross). Waryard).

kins. T. Broad - street, Carnaby - markt, Pritchard G St Paul's Church - vard, aurtioneer, (Kernot, Thavie: Ion).

Wase china-man, ( M. Michael, Savage Gardens). J. Chipping Ongar, Essex, maltster, illetPurtrick J. Fairfurd, Gloucestershire, lev, Ongar). Woods W. Liverpool,sione (Neredith and Co Lincoln's lon) Perring mason, (Blackstock, St. Mildnets-court, G. Hoxton, upholsterer, (Crawiord, Cra- Poultry). Watkins 1. M'Clure F. and Hincksman L. New Bond-street, milliners, house, near Blackheath, April 11. Hill J. (Hogarth, Staple Inn). Wilson J. War: Deptford, April 14. wick - court, Holborn, coal - merchant, Johnson T. Leicester, March 19. Irwing (Goode, Howland-street, Fitzroy-square). W. Liverpool, April 3. Ibbetson H. PockWorrall J. Manchester, silk-dresser, (Juhn- lington, Yorkshire, April 3. Jenkins J. son and Co. Manchester).

Great Warner-street, April 4. Johnston Young W. Manchester, victualler, (John- T. Kidderminster, April 10. Isaacs G. and son and Co. Manchester).

M. Bevis Marks, April 14.
DIVIDENDS.

Kirkman R. Liverpool, March 23. King Arman J. Darlington, Durham, March T. P. West Cowes, Isle of Wight, Mar. 31. 14. Adams J. Stow market, Suffolk, Mar. Kenney A. Bristol, April 7. Keene W. 28. Agate T. East-cheap, March 31. Painswick, Gloucestershire, April 17.

Bishop J. and Terry J. Maidstone, Kent, Lewis A. Banbury, Oxfordshire, March March 31. Brewis J. Southwick, Durham, 16. Lloyd W. Brighthelmstone, Mar. 17. March 23. Beddoes G. Bishop's-Casile, Levy M. Minories, April 14. Lench B.J. Salop, April 5. Beatson W. and Beatson Curtain-road, April 14. Lloyd B. LiverJ. St. Mary-at-Hill, April 6 and 11. Bid- pool, April 30. Levington T. St. Catherine, well C. Brick-lane, April 14. Bolingbroke near the Tower, May 1. J. and Bolingbroke A. Norwich, April 6. Moorhouse J. John-street, Adelphi, Balie A. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, April 13. March 17 & 24. Mallard J. Bristol, Ap. 4. Bawden T. Redruth, Cornwall, April 14. Nicholls, J. Moulsey, Surrey, Mar. 31. Bowman J. Water-lane, Tower-st. Ap. 18. Obey T. Upper Cleveland-street, FitzBagnet G. Leeds, April 2% Bristow C. roy-square, April 14. Newgate-street, April 25. Baillie G. and Purdie E. St. James's-walk, Clerkenwell, Ja.fray T. Finsbury-place, May7. Bridgman March 21 and 28. “Payne J. Lynn, NorG. Dartmouth, Devon, May 19.

folk, March 24. Pyke R. Liverpool, Mar. Cotringham J. Liverpool, April 1. Chor- 26. Pasteur J. Stoney-Stratford, Mar. 28. ley J. Liverpool, April 2. Colombine F. Packer W. Chamber-street, Goodman'sColombine D. Colombine D. the younger, Fields, March 31. . Phillips B. and Bacon and Peter Colombine the younger,Norwich, W. Southwark, March 31. Paterson J. April 6. Cave T. Pilton, Devon, April 6. Great Yarmouth, April 6. Pollard J. and Clark C. Bristol, April 27. Chandler R. Thompson J. Preston, April 16. Shoreditch, May 12.

Roberts, W. King ton - upon - Hull, Dolling J. A. Stonehouse, Devon, March March 13. Royston B. Huddersfield, York24. Downall W. Stockport, March 21. shire, March 26. Richardson T. and WorDexter, S. Belpar, Derbyshire, March 31. thington T. Manchester, March 31. Rodd, Day T. Beverly, Yorkshire, April 2. Der. E. London-street, March 31. Roundell J. byshire R. Liverpool, April S. Danson G. Skipton, Yorkshire, April 14. Royle J, and Culveleje A: Z. D. Lancaster, April 3. Manchester, April 18. Robinson M. and

Elliott H. Chippenham, Wilts, March Ibbetson J. Drury-lane, May 5. 23. Ewer, W. Love-lane, Aldermanbury, Sawyer T. Woolwich, Kent, March 24. April 7.

Smedley, 1. Maiden-lane, Wood-street, Fuller R. P. Guildford, March 28. Fea- March 31 Sherratt T. Birmingham, son J. P. Upper Grafton-street, Fitzrcy-sq. April 11. Simmons J. M and W. LiverMarch 28.

Fawcett T. Old 'Change, pool, April 13. Schmoll C.F. JewillMarch 31. Farrar E. and T. Pudsey, street, Cripplegate, April 14. Storey H. Yorkshire, April 4. Favell M. High-st. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, April 14. Severn Borough, April 11. Fisher H. Grace- L. Coleman-street, May 2. church-street, April 28. Foreman A. Trewhitt N. Appleton - upon - Wick, Chatham, May 19.

Yorkshire, March 31. Thomas J. St. Gonard W. North Walsham, Norfolk, Jaires's-place, April 14. Thompson J. April 7. Gimber G. Sandwich, Keni, Preston, April 16. April 9. Gwillim R. Worship-st. April 11. Vaughan W. Pall-Mall, April 4. Gilding F. Aldersgate-strect, April 25. Webb, J. Moulton, Northamptonshire,

Harding T. Bolton, Lancaster, April 14. March 17. Winn J. Sherburn, Yorkshire, Hayden L. Cheltenham, March 7 and 23. March 23. Wild J. Royton, Lancashire, Hamer R. Saville-row, Burlington-gardens, March 30. Wilkinson S. and BurroughJ. March 17 and 24. Hird T. South-street, High Wycomb, Bucks, March 31 and Berkeley-sq March 21. Hunt G. Stal. April 14. Williamson R. Roskhill, York. bridge, Dorset, March 23. Hawkins J. shire, April 2. Witron S. Stourbridge, Ash, Suffolk, March 28. Hudson T. Worcestershire, April 3. Waightman T. New Bond-street, March 31. Hawthorne Newga:e-street, April 7. Walford J. Pall. J. Wirksworth, Derbyshire, March 31. Mall, April 14. Williams D. Shoreditch, Hunton T. and W. Thornton-le-Moor, April 14. Wya: J. Cheadle, Chester, Yorkshire, March 31. Hawkins J. Cavein- April 23. UNIVERSAL Mag. VOL. VII.

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MARITIME COUNTIES. Wnear kye Barley Oats

Wheat! Kye : Barley Dals d d. d.

dis. d. Middsx. 83 11 48 38 Si 101 Essex

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36 4 23 Cambridge 74 21 46 0 33 21 6 Northa. 73 850 6 95 2 23 2Norfolk

75 1048 Oi 34 10 25 4 Rutland 75 9 37 0 23 31 Lincoln

68 10 12 8. 37 023 S Leicest 73 71 45 37 10 25 York

70 11 44 11 35 10 26 0 Notting: 76 5 46 41 6 28 10 Durhamn

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41 11 28 cl Cumberland 68 8 51 61 39 Salop 71 2154 6 40 6 27 (Westmorland 77 7 57 8 59 829 8 Herefor 74 046 4 36 827 4 Lancas'er

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38 4133 11 AGRICULTURAL REPORT, VERY hand in the country busied in getting in the Lent corn, which will be rouch for the strong and wet lands. Bean-setting is generally finished, and most of the pease got in, but much of the early pea-grounds have been ploughed up, the plants having been destroyed by the badness of the weather. The season will be on the whole a late one, but the seed has been generally well got in. The quantity' of spring wheat is said t) exceed the sowing of any former year; the same may be averred with certainty of the autumnal sowing; and of wheat in hand there is no want, either in town or country.

All the cattle crops have continued in the finest state of preservation, and the country has been supplied with a vast breadth of them Among these, the thousand-headed cabbage, from the South of France (chour è mille tites), was experimented last year on a considerable scale in several consties, and has succeeded beyond expectation, rivalling in goodness, quantity, and hardiness, the best yellow rutabage. Clover seed was an indifferent crop last year, but most other seeds good; and the seedsman's crops, mustard, coriander, rape, &c. it is supposed will be extensive the present season. Considerable losses of sheep and lambs have been suffered, during the late snows, in the fens, in Romney Marsh, and in the North: but happily the fall of lainbs is, this Spring, very considerable and prosperous, especially to the Westward and in Wales, where the breeding system is on the alert, and increasing yearly. Cows are ratlier a falling article. Lean stock generally dear, and not so easily come'at as the articles for the butcher. Good horses worth almost any price which can be demanded. --Smithfield Markets very large, but generally cleared. Beef, 44, 59.4d. to 5s.6d-mutton, 4s to 5s.-veal, 5s. to 7s.--pork, 4s. 60. to 7s --house-lainb, 10s. to 15s. per quarter-town bacon, 6s. 4d. --Irish, 53.2d.

Middleser, March 25. BILL of MORTALITY, from FEB. 25, to MARCH 24, 1807. CHRISTENED.

2 and 5 134 | 60 and 70 183 Males Males, 882

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