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the Garter, a Field Marshal, Colonel far exceeded that of any of the of the Royal Horse Guards, Lord planets. Lieutenant of Sussex, and High Stew. ard of Chichester. Further particulars in our next.]

At Ashton, Lady Eyles, relict of Sir Joseph Eyles.

WARWICKSHIRE.

The foundation of an intended grand Dispensary at Birmingham, has been Jaid by Thomas Potts, esq. the low heil. On this occasion a very elegant speech was delivered by Mr. Potts, stating the benefits of such institutions to the labouring poor, &c. There was a public breakfast on the occasion, attended by all the first people in the town.

Married.] At Coventry, the Rev. Robert Simson, LL.B. vicar of St. Michael's, and chaplain to the tight Hon. Lord Eardly, to Miss Tandy, daughter of D. Tandy, esq. of the Customs, London.

YORKSHIRE.

Government expended, in the year 1866, the sum of 6,7861. in building a counterscarp wall, a magazine, and en armoury at Hull, and parliament has voted 18,000l. more for completing the same.

Married.] At Gisborough, Marmaduke Constable, esq. to Miss Ortavia Hale, of the Plantation, eighth daughter of the late General Hale.

Died.] At Sheffield, Jan. 17, 1807, in the 34th year of his age, Mr. Joseph Badger, jun. architect. He had enjoyed during life a perfect and uninteri upted state of health until within the last three weeks: his private virtues will make his death deeply lamented by his relations and immediate connections, and his obliging attentions to all who knew him will cause his loss to be sincerely and deservedly regretted. His abilities in his profession were of the first-rate excellence.—At

WLST MORLAND.

A metcor, or blazing star, was lately seen at Langdale, near Ambletide. It York, Mr. William Browne.--The appeared nearly in the direction of Rev. J. Preston, prebendary of ricca!!, W.S.W. its height above the horizon in York cathedral, and rector of Marsseemed to be an hour and a half of ton and Foston in that diocese.-Mrs. time, or 20 deg. 30 min. and its mction Merrey, hosier.-Mr. Fryer, aged 81. was so rapid, that in less than half an At Beverley, aged 21, Miss Wyrill, hour it was below the horizon. Its daughter of Mr. James Wyrill.—Mr. brightness, which sometimes seemed J. White, of Norfolk-street, Shoffield. only to proceed from some parts of it, -William Wilson, esq. of Ayton in while the other parts of it appeared Cleveland.--Mr. Thomas Howard, more dark, and apparent magnitude, block-maker, of Thorne.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTCIES AND DIVIDENDS, DECEMBER 21, 1806, to January 20, 1407, inclusive.

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RCHDEACON P. High-street, St. L Mary-le-bone, scrivener (Harvey, John-street, Adelphi).

Berridge W. Maiden-lane, Wood street, hosier (Baxter and Co. Furnival's Inn). Bailey T. Liverpool, timber-merchant (Cooper and Co. Southampton Buildings). Bates B. Sherringham, Norfolk, shonkeeper (Harmer, Norwich). Branwhite W.Tobacco-roll-court, Gracechurch-street, warehouseman (Reardon, Corbet-court, Gracechurch-strect). Butt W. Page's. walk, Bermondsey, hair-merchant (Ledwich, Baldwin's-court, Cloak-lane). Bindell W. Welwyn, Herts, maltster (Taylor, Old-street road) Barton T. Lancaster, mwhunt (Greaves, Liverpool). Boorne G. Norwich, draper (Lambert, Hattongarden). Branch J. Manchester, cottonSpinner (Milue and Co. Old Jewry.)

[Extracted from the London Cazette ----The Solicitor's Names are between Parenthesis. Bristol). Cooke T. Gloucester, merchant (Egerton, Gray's Inn Square). Curtis J. F. Minories, linen-draper (Dobie and Co. Crane-court, Fleet street). Clarke C. Bristol, corn-factor (Blandford and Co. Temple). Cundall R. jun. York, brewer (Edge, Temple) Chard C. Holborn, chymist and druggist (Smith, Hatton-garden). Christin F. H. Clarke J C. and Bowen C. College-hill, London, merchants (Blunt, Old Pay office, Old Broad-street). Coward J. Ulverston, Lancashire, ironmonger (Anstice, Temple). Carberry J. Vine-street, St. James's, warehouseman (Sarel; Berkeley square). Chamberlain R.Wisbeach, Isle of Ely, grocer (Wortham and Co. Castle-street, Holborn). Chandler R. Shoreditch, cheesemonger (Stratton, Shoreditch). Clark J. Wapping Highstreet, victualler (Harvey and Co. Lincoln's Inn). Cox J. L. Lambeth, Surrey,

Child G. A. Bristol, scrivener (Thomas,

victualler (Meyott, Charlotte-street, Blackfriars-road).

Dixon J. W. Crescent, Minories, merchant (Hillyard, Copthail-court). Drewell A. Devon, brewer (Williams and Co. Bedford-row.

Oxlade G. Hoddesdon, Herts, moneyscrivener (Williams, Cursitor-street, Chancery-lane). Osment J. Yeovil, Somersetshire, victualler (Batten, Yeovil).

Nab's J. Newington-Butts, Surrey, linen-draper (Hurd, Temple).

Pringle S. C Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer (Meggison, Hatton-garden). Phillips, Mar-hfield, Monmouthshire, coal mer. chant (Edmunds and Son, Lincoln's Inn),

Epworth J. Spalding, Lincolnshire, grocer (Harvey and Co. Lincoln's-Inn). Edmonds G. Chancery-lane, stationer (Rose Potts G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, linen-draand Co. Gray's Inn-square. per (Berry and Co. Walbrook). Pereira Gillies M. Southampton-place, New- A M. Old Bethlem, merchant (Hunter road, merchant (Shawes and Co Tudor- and Co. Charlotte-row, Mansion house). street, Blackfriars), Green H. Southgate, Parker J. Gosport, baker (Blandford and former (Bremridge, Temple, Londoa). Co. Temple). Parker T. Keighley, YorkGoodyer T. Market-street, Herts, grocer shire, cotton-twist-spinner (Swale, Great (Fielder, Duke-street, Grosvenor-square). Ormond-street) Pheasant E. Three CraneGodwin G. Stafford, cordwainer (Punton, court, Southwark, hop-merchant (WatHind-court, Fleet-street). Greenswood kins, Pump-court, Temple),

C. Itchnor, Sussex, and also of Poplar, Richardson C. S. Cambridge, linen-draMiddlesex, ship builder (Mayo and Co. per (Long, Temple), Rutter J. OrmsCloak-lane). Garland W. Shepton Mal- kirk, Lancaster, innkeeper (Hulme, let, Somersetshire, inholder (King, Brunswick-square). Ramsey W. Bury St. Took's-court, Chancery-lane.) Edmunds, cabinet-maker (Giles, Great Shire-line). Ridley T. Bow-lane, victualler (Smith and Co. St. Paul's Churchvard). Richmond W. Mark-lane, auctioneer (Page, Gray's Inn-square).

Hughes W of Queen-street, Southwark, porter dealer (Burn, Old Jewry). Harrison W. Berwick-street, Oxford street, curnier (Porkin, Dean-street, Soho). Hesketh J. and Jones W. Liverpool, grocers Spearing J. Brightheimstone, cabinet(Wiatt, Liverpool). Hunt B. Brighthelm- maker (Evatt, Warwick-court, Gray's Inn), stone, builder (Smith, Furnival's Inn). Smith J. and Meredith E. BlackmoreHayes J. Wigan, Lancashire, linen-manu- street, Drury lane, linen-drapers (Harman, facturer (Ellis, Cursitor-street, Chancery- Wine-office-court). Shepley T. Selby, lane). Harris, Old Jewry, watch-maker, Yorkshire, brower (Sykes and Co. New (Rutherford, Bartholomew-close). Hau- Inn). Swannach C. Russell-street, Conan J. Sloane-street (Mayhew, Boswell vent Garden, grocer (Gatty and Co AngolCourt, Carey-street.) Hawkey J. Picca- court, Throgmorton-street). Smith T. dilly, army accoutrement-maker (Cole, Coseley, Staffordshire, coal-seller (Nicholls, Southampton-street, Holborn). Tavistock-place). Smith J. Broughton, Lancashire, calico-printer (Milre and Co. O14 Jewry). Stevenson T. Liverpool, merchant (Greaves, Liverpool). Scotney W. V. Oxford-street, linen-draper (Few, New North street, Red Lion-square).

Jones T. High-street, St Mary-le-Bone, Carpenter (Rogers, Frith street, Soho) Julian J. Bobber's Mill, Nottinghamshire, miller (Macdougall and Co. Lincoln's Inn). Jackson J Sculcoates, Yorkshire, cabinetmaker (Allen and Co. Furnival's Inn).

Knight W. Stonebreaks, Yorkshire, clothier (Townsend, Staple Inn). Kidd T. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, sail-cloth manufacturer (Wortham and Co. Castle-street, Holborn).

Topping J. L. Bishopsgate-street, grocer (Gladhill and Co. Tekenhouse-yard). Tumner J. Mary le-Bone-street, vintner (Rogers, Manchester-buildings, Westminster). Tills T. Wymondham, Norfolk, cordwainer (Follett, Inner Temple). Tho Levy J. I. Haydon-street, Minories, mes A Duke-street, St. James's, Roslein merchant (Keys, Somerset-street, Ald- C. II. and Schenling C. Arundel-street, e). List W. Catea on street, ware- Sirind (Berry & Co. Walbrook). Taylor J. houseman (Pasmore, Warnford-court). Micklehurst, Cheshire, cotton-spinner Langdale C. N. Thirk, Yorkshire, wine- (Milne and Co. Old Jewry). Townley J. mhant (E. Chippendale, Temple). Bo ton, Lincolnshire, bookseller (Johnson Longbottom G. Holbeach; Leeds, clothier, and Co. Gray's Inn). Trickey B. Plympton (Giradh ́ll and Payne, Tokenhouse yard) Earl, Devonshire, butcher (Street and Co. Lary J. Liverpool (blak lock, Temple). Philpot-lane).

M'Crath A. and Marshall J. Lower
Brok street, wine-merchants (Sherwood, liams and Co. Bedford-row).
Cushion-court, Broad-street). Malcolm
Brantford, gardener (Willoughby, Clif-
ford's Inn).

Waller W. Exeter, ironmonger (WilWilliams W. Bedwelly, Monmouthshire, maister (Edinond; and Son, Lincoln's Inn). Warwick T. Great Sutton-street, watch-maker (Lyon, Corahill). Weaver R. Hardwick, Herefordshire, miller (Lowndes and Co.

Red Lion-square). Williams W. Lad-lane, Hewitt J. Birmingham, Feb. 25. Har-
victualler (Adams, Old Jewry). Weaver greave E. Whitcombe-street, Jan. 31.
E. Newark-upon-Trent, draper (Bleasdale Horn W. and Jackson R. Redcross-street,
and Co. New Inn). Warren J. Bishops- Feb. 17.
gate-street, merchant (Palmer and Co.
Copthall-court).

Yates J. Shelton, Staffordshire, manufacturer of china ware (Leigh and Co. New Bridge-street).

Jackson T. Argyle-street, Jan. 24. Jacks W. Bristol, Feb. 21. Jackson J. Lancaster, Jan. 27. Judin F. otherwise Fedor Iwan of Judin, late of Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, Feb. 21. Jones J. Threadneedle-street, Jan. 31.

DIVIDENDS.

17, 31.

Addison T. Preston, Lancashire, Jan. 21. Atkinson G. Cloth Fair, Smithfield, Jan. Austin J. Longdon-upon-Tern, Salop, Jan. 26. Ames J. New Road, St. George in the East, Feb. 3. Ayres J. W. Hadleigh, Feb. 10.

Boardman B. Ipswich, Feb. 3. Bennet J. M. Brosely, Salop, Jan. 16. Blundell J. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, Jan. 20. Brown W. and Yoxen J. Jermyn-street, Jan 20. Bryan W. White Lyon-court, Birchin-lane, Jan. 24. Bates R. Cuttle Bridge, Derbyshire, Jan. 22. Bagnet G. Leeds, Jan 22. Baylis W Ledbury, Herefordshire, Jan 22, and Feb. 7. Bexon W. Gosport, Feb 21. Barth W. Chester, Feb. 4. Rottomley E. Whitefriars, Jan.

1.

Berrow R. Pall Mall, Feb. 7. Begue P. Whitefriars, Feb. 10. Burke J. F. Cannon-street, Feb. 7. Blackburne, Liverpool, Feb. 11.

Coulson J. Crown-street, Finsburysquare, Jan. 30. Cote R. Lambeth Road, Feb. 7. Cadwell W. Maidstone, Jan. 31. Clarke C. Great Yarmouth, Jan. 27. Cooper T. Leatherhead, Feb. 7. Careless, T. F. Counter-street, Southwark, Feb. 14. Cockburn A. Gray's Inn Lane, Feb. 10. Creed W. jun. Finch-lane, Feb. 21. Chase D. Dean-street, Holborn, Feb. 14. Clark F. Barnet, Feb. 15.

Drury T. and Gilbert R. Bread street, Jan. 31. Ellis D. Long Acre, Jan. 31. Drury T. Bread-street, Jan 31. Dobson J. Liverpool, Feb. 16. Davis W. Holborn, Feb. 14. Dodgson J. Millthorpe, Yorkshire, Feb. 12.

Edwards J. Wigmore-street, Cavendish square, Jan. 22. Everett R. Great Yarmouth, Jan. 26. Easterby G. Rotherhithe, Jan. 10 and Feb. 14. Evans J. Wolverhampton, Feb. 2.

Frank G. Blackman street, Southwark, Jan. 31. Funlonge M. Guildford street, Jan. 20. Fisher S M. Gravesend, Feb. 3. Fuller S. Cambridge, Jan. 31.

Graff J. and Foley P. D. Tower-Royal, Jan 6. Glover D. Gutter-lane, Feb. 14. Gill G. Charles street, Berkley-square, Feb. 7. Gilding F. Aldersgate-street, Feb. 7. Grainger J. Old Swan-Jane, Feb. 7.

Hennamn J. Line-kilns, Fast Greenwich, Jan. 17. Hopkins J. Alcester, Jan. 20. Henderson A. Fareham, Hants, Feb. 3

Kerr P. Old Jewry, Jan. 51.

Lock C. Reading, Jan. 15. Lovell T. Shoreditch, Jan. 20. Leach J. A. Jewrystreet, Aldgate, Jan. 30. Lane J. Frazer T and Boylston T. Nicholas-lane, Feb. 7. Lewis W. Dowlais, Feb. 16.

Mallison G. Gauxholme, Lancashire, Jan. 16. Pereira M. and Castellan H Old Bethlem, Jan. 31. Moore M. Albemarlestreet, Jan. 24. Moore S. Leicester, Jan. 23. More H. Ironmonger-lane, Feb. 21. Makeig J. Bristol, Jan. 27. Martindale J. St. James's-street, Feb. 7. Mason T. Sheffield, Feb. 9.

Nix J. Chatham, Feb. 14. Noel T. H. Brighthelmstone, Jan. 20. Nott T. B. Corse, Gloucestershire, Feb. 5. Nesbitt R. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Feb. 13.

Parr W. Lower Shadwell, Jan. 50. Peacock L. Beverley, Jan. 17 and Feb. 11. Pilcher T. Holy Cross, Westgate, Kent, Feb. 10. Parkes, J. Birmingham, Feb. 17.

Revett W. Rotherhithe, Jan 17. Watts W. R. Bristol, Jan. 19 Richardson P. Wakefield, Jan. 17. Rowe R. Granchester, Cambridgeshire, Jan. 22. Rose T. D. Marlborough, Wilts, Feb. 9. Roberts D. Trump-street, Feb. 21.

Statham P. jun. Manchester, Jan 14. Shepherd P. Lynn, Jan. 31. Shedden A. Bristol, Jan. 19. Sawyer K. Isle of Thanet, Jan. 25. Smith G. Upper Harley-street, St. Mary-le-Bone, Jan. 3. Southcomb T. Great Queen-street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, Jan. 27. Sharp R. Armley, Leeds, Jan. 26. SherwinT.Tower-street, Jan. 30. ShipleyT. Walcot, Somersetshire, Jan. 50. Seddon G. Aldersgate-street, Jan 31. Sutcliffe, W. Halifax, Yorkshire, Feb. 6. Sargeant J Russia-court, Milk-street, Feb. 3. Spicer H. Walden, Feb. 7. Stratton G. Blackfriars-road, Feb. 14.

Tunnicliff T. Broom-yard, Feb. 21. Tomlinson R. of New Malton, Yorkshire, Feb. 4. Taylor J. Chatham, Feb. 17.

Vickers J. Bath, Feb. 9.

Wailis J. Paternoster Row, Jan. 30. Wheeler J. Blackheath, Jan. 24. Wheattall E. Duke-strect, Westminster, Jan. 20. Ward H. Curtain-road, Shoreditch, Feb. 3. Walker R. B. Hoddesdon, Herts, Jan. 24. Wilkinson R. and Daniel J. Kingston-upon-Hull, Jan. 27. Wedgberrow, Worces ter, Feb. 2. Ward T. Newcastle-uponTyne, March 17. Watson B. Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, Feb. 16.

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By the WinchesterQuarter of 8 Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll of 140lbs. Averdupois, from the Returns received in the Week ended Jan. 17, 1807.

INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.

Wheat Rye Barley. Oats

d. s. d.

s.

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d.

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87
Surrey
Hertford 75

2 Kent

952

71

72 0 50

Bedford 75
Huntin. 78
Northa.
Rutland 73 0
Leicest 73 0 45
Notting. 75 81 48
Derby 75 0
Stafford 77 1
71 11 53 10 40
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Herefor. 74 11 46
Wor'st 74 3
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44

74 8

Berks

85

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79

Bucks 78 7

Brecon 78
Montgo. 71

Radnor. 73

846 0
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40

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89

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42

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Total Christenings and Burials from Dec. 17, 1805, to Dec 16, 1806.
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