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rived on the 22€, in St. Olalla, and that the constitutional principle in France, that the dispersed enemy retreated partly to Seville, Thelweg of the Rhine forms the boundary of and partly to the Sierra.
the French empire; and as the duck yards of HOLLAND.
Antwerp are, by the present state of the On the 31st of March were exchanged, tected and exposed, his majesty the king of
boundaries between the two countries, unpro. at Paris, the ratifications of the follow. Holland ceded to his majesty the emperor of ing treaty, there concluded, on the 10:h, the French, king of Italy, &c. Dutch Bra. between the respective plenipotentiaries bant, the whole of Zealand, including there. of the king, and his illustrious brother, in the Isle of Schouwen, that part of Guel. the emperor of the l'rench, king of derland which is situate ou the left side of Italy, &c.
the Waal ; so that henceforth the boundary His majesty the emperor of the French, between France and Holland shall be the king of Italy, protector of the league of the Thalweg of the Wasl, from the fort of SchenRhine, and mediator of the Swiss confederacy, kens, leaving on the left bank Nymrguen, and his majesty the king of Holland, being Bommel, and Wandrichem, then the princi. desirous of terminating the differences that pal stream of the Merwe which runs into the have arisen between them, and of making the Blesbuchy, chrongh which, and also through independence of Holland harmonize with the the Hollandsch Diep, and the Walkerak, the new circumstances wherein the English orders line of demarcation shall be continued, until in council, of 1807, have placed all the nari. it reach the sea at Bieningen or Gravelingen, time powers, have agreed to come to a mutual leaving on the left the Isle of Schouwen. understands in thereon, and to that end, have 7. Each of the cede: provinces shall be pominated as their plenipotentiaries, viz. his released from all debts not incurred for its own majesty the emperor of France, &c. the interests, sanctioned by its particular goverbsieur John Baptiste Nompere, count de Ch !.. ment, and funded upon its territory. pagny, duke of Cadore, grand eagle of the 8. His majesty the hing of Holland, in , legion of honor, &c. his majesty's minister for order to co-operate with the force of the foreign affairs, &c. And his majesty the French empire, shall have a float a squadroa king of Holland, Charles Henry Verheuil, of nine sail of the line, and six frigates, aim. admiral of Holland, grand eagle of the legioa ed, and provided with six month's stores, and o: hcnor, grand cross of the Dutch order of ready to put to sea by the 1st day of June, unjon, bis majesty's ambassador to the
next ensuing; and also a florilla of 100 yun. for and king: wlio, alter exchanging their full boats, or other armed ve sels. This force powers, have agreed upon the following ar, shall, during the whole period of the war, le ticles:
maintained and kepe in constant readiness. ART. 1. Until the English government 9. The revenues of the ceded provinces shall have solemnly abrogated che restrictions shall belong to Holland until the day of the contained in its orders in council of 1807, exchange of the ratification of the present all conimerce whatsoever is prohibited be treaty. Until the same day the king of Hol. tween the port of England and the ports of land shall defray all charges of their adminis. Holland. Should there be reasons for grant. traiion. ing liçences, tt.ose only shail be valid which 10. All the merchandize imported by are delivered in the name of the emperor. American vessels thaç have arrived in the
2. A corps of 18,000 men, of which 3,000 ports of Holland since the 1st of February, shall be cavalry, and consisting of 6,000 1809, shall be put under sequestration, and French and 12,000 Duich, shall be placed at made over to France, in order to her disposing all the mouths of the rivers, together with thercot according to the circumstances, and officers of the French customs, to see that the the state of her political relations with the contents of the foregoing article are carried United States. into complete effect.
11. All merchandise of English manufac. 3. The troops shall be paid, sed, and cloch. ture are prohibited in Holland. ed, by the Dutch government.
1.2. Measures of police shall be adopted for 4. 'Ail vessels violating the first article, the purpose of strictly watching aos taking that may be taken on the Dutch coasts, by into custody all insurers of prohibited crafting French men of war or privateers shall be de. all smugglers, their abettors, &c. In a word, riared good prizes, and in case of any doubt the Dutch government pledges itself to catir. arising, such difficulty can alone be desided pate the contraband trade. upon by his majesty, the emperor.
13. No depot of goods prohibited in France, 5. The restriccions contained in the above and that may give colour to contraband traf. articles shall be revoked as soon as England fic, can be established within a distance of shall have solemnly revoked her orders in four leagues from the line of the French cus Council of 1807; and from that instant the tom-houses; and in case of trespass, all suib French troops shall evacuate Holland, and re. de pors shall be subject to seizure, though store tu her the full enjoyment of her inde. upon the Dutch territory. Fendence.
14. With the reserve of these restrictions, 6. Inasaruch as it has been adopted as a and so long as tbey shall be in operation, bis
majesty, the emperor, shall suspend the pro. which was rejected by a majority of 38. The hibitory decree which shuts the frontier bar. mution for committal to the Tower was then riers between Holland and France.
carried. 15. Fully confiding in the manner in This was in the morning of Friday, April which the engagements resulting from the the 6th, and the speaker issued his warrant present treaty shall be executed, his majesty for the commitment of sir Francis immedia the emperor and king guarantees the integrity ately; but as the principles, in the support of the Duteh possessions, such as they shall of which the baronet had thus engaged, led be pursuant to this treaty.
him of course to consider that instrument as 16. The present treaty shall be rarified, illegal, he determined not to obey ir ; and and the ratitications exchanged at Paris, after having refused to comply with the per. within the period of fifteen days, or sooner, sonal requisition of the scrjeant at arms to if possible.
surrender himself as a prisoner, he in the Done at Paris, this 16th of March, 1810. cour:e of Saturday addressed the following (Signed) CHAMPAGNY, Duke of Cadore. letter to the speaker : The Admiral VERHEUIL.
SIR.- When I was returned, in due form,
by the electors of Westminster, they ima. GREAT BRITAIN. The debate in the House of Conmons, on
gined they had ch'sen me as their trustee in the expedicion to Flushing, after having con
the House of Cummons, to maintain the laws tinued during several nights, terminated by that trust, I never will betray it.
and liberties of the land. flaving accepted four separate divisions, which took place at seven o'clock in the morning of Saturday the
I have also, as a dutiful subject, taken an 31st of March ; in which a greater number
oath of allegiance to the king, to obey his of members voted than had ever been known laws; and I never will consent, by any act on any former occasion ; there being counted,
of mine, to obey any set of men, who, con. on one divi ion, 50. The first division was
trary to those laws, shail, under any preon the resolutions of lord Porchesier, con
tence whatsoever, assume the power of the
Power and privilege are not the same division there was a majority of 48 in favour things, and ought not, at any time, to be of ministers. The secrid division was upon
confounded together. Privilege is an exempthe amendment, approving of the conduct of
tion from power, and was, by law, secured to ministers on the policy of the expedition:
the third branch of the legislature, in order ministers had a majority of 40. The third
to protect then, that they might safely prodivision was upon the resolution of censure, destroy the people.
tect the people not to give them power to as to the policy of retaining Walcheren so long: ministers had a majority of 51. Upon be illegal --I know it to be so.
Your warrant, sir, I believe you know to
To superior the fourth division, approving of the conduct of ministers in the retention of Walcheren :
force 1 must submit: I will not, and dare ministers had a majority or 23.
not, incur the danger of continuing volun. From this melancholy subject the public tarily to make one of any association, or set attention was contrived to be immediately of men, who shall assume illegally the whole called off by the proceedings of the House of power of the realm, and who have no more Commons against sir Francis Burdett, in con.
right to take myself, or any one of my con. sequence of a pamphlet published by him, stituents, by force, than i or they possess to addressed to his constituents the electors of take any of those who are now guilty of this Westminster, in which he denies the power
usurpation ; and I would condescend to accept of commitment for libel, recently assumed by
the meanest office that would vacate my seat, that horse in the case of Mr. "Gale Jones being more desirous of getting out of my preFor this Mr. Lethbridge moved that sir Fran.
sent association, than otiser nien may be de. sis Burdett's letter was is scandalous and li. sirous of getting profitably into it. bellous paper, reflecting upon the just privin of thanks ; it is an answer to a vote of a very
Sir, this is not a letter in answer to a vote leges of the house ; and after a debare which lasted till eight o'clock in the morning, the different kind. I know not whut to call it'; house divided on an amendment moved by with me, I must beg you to read this my an
but since you have begun this correspondence lord Folkstone, for getting rid of the quescion by proceeding to the other orders of the day.
swer to those under whose orders you have
I remain, sir,
Your most obedienc humble servant,
Francis bad expressed his determination not made for public delinquents, that the stront to surrender himself except to actual force: rigour is ex:rcised against him who pleads for and during the whole of these two days and the ancient and constitutional rights of the nights the people were constantly assembling people. You nobly stept forward in defence round sir Francis's house, and giving him of a fellow subject unjustly imprisoned, asd cokens of their attachment, though the streets yon questioned with great ability and knowwere paraded by dragoons. At length, on jedge of the laws, the warrant issued upon Monday morning, an immense military force that occasion ; the House of Commons have was drawn up before and near the house, and answered your argument by breaking into the warrant was carried into execution by your house with a military force, seizing your Bow-street officers with almost theatrical person, and conveying you by a large body of management and effect.
troops to the Tower. Your distinction beA little before eleven the serjeant at arms, tween privilege and power remains unaltered; accompanied by messengers, police officers, the privileges of the House of Commons are and a large military force, broke violently for the protection, not for the destruction, of into the house. Sir Francis was sitting with the people. We have resolved to repon. his family, and on the appearance of the ser strate with the House of Commons on tbe jeant, asked by what authority he broke outrages committed under their orders; and into his house? The serjeant produced the to call upon them to restore you to your seat speaker's warrant, which sir Francis refused in parliament, which the present state of the to obey, and demanded if it was intended to country renders more than ever necessary for be executed by a military force? The an the furtherance of your and our object-areswer was in the affirmative: whereupon sir form of the representation in that house, Francis commanded them to desist in the While so many members are collected togeking's name, and called upon the sheriff for ther by means which it is not nesessary for his aid. It was answered that the sherift was us to describe,' we cannot but entertain the not there ; and sir Francis then said, that greatest apprehensions for the remainder of they should not take him but by force, which our liberties; and the employment of a milithey accordingly did, and hurried him through tary force against one of their own body, is a double file of soldiers drawn up in his own but a sad presage of what may be expectci house, to a glass coach, which they had in by those who like you have the courage to waiting for the purpose, and conveyed him stand forward in defence of the rights of the 80 the Tower, escorted by a large body of people." horse.
Sir Francis, in his answer, speaking of the In the return of the troops from the Tower, present state of the representation of the peve they fired repeatedly on the people, and some ple, says : “ From this foul and traiturous lives were lost. Concerning some of the traffic our borough-monger sovereigns drive cases, the coroner's juries have very properly an immense revenue, cruelly wrung from the seturned verdicts of wilful murder.
hard hand of honest labour. I do, howerer, In consequence of these abominable pro now entertain an ardent hope, that this de. ceedings, a very numerous meeting of the graded and degrading system, to which all electors of Westminster was held in Palace. our difficulties, grievances, and dangers, are yard, on the 17th of April; at which it was owing, will at length give way to the 103resolved, to present to the House of Com derate but determined perseverance of a whole mons a "petition and remonstrance," stating, united people. Magna Charta, and the old among other things, that “ the committal law of the land, will then resume their en. of sir Francis Burdett to prison, enforced by pire--freeduin will revivc-che caterpillars military power, are circumstances which of the state, coiling themselves up in their Tender evident the imperious necessity of an own naturally narrow sphere, will fall off and immediate reform in the representation of the perish-property and political power, which people :" and concluding with most earnestly the law never separates, will be re united calling a pon the house “co restore to us our the king, replaced in the happy and dignified sepresentative, and according to the notice be station allotted him by the constitutiun-che has given, to take the state of the represen. p-ople, relieved from the bitterest of all tation of tbe people into your serious consi. curses, the curse of Canaan, that of being Jeration, a reform in which is, in our opin the servants of servants, and restored to nion, the only means of preserving the coun. their just and indisputable rights. To effect try from military despotism.” de was deter. these great, important, and necessary purpomined also to send a letter to sir Francis in ses, no exertions of mine shall ever be wasio the Tower, expressing their full approbation ing-without their attainment, no efforts of of his general conduct; and speaking of the mine cap avail. The people o: England met particular instance in question, in the follow. sp.ak out-they must do more-ikey put ing terms:" We feel the indignity that act: and if, following the example of tbs has beco offered you, but we are not sure electors of Westminster, they do ace in a fira prised to find, that when cvery excuse is and regular manner, upon a concerted plan,
erer keeping the law and constitution in vier, The House of Commons, after a very long they must finally succeed in recovering that and adjourned debate, determined to pass over to which they are legally entitled--the ap. sir Francis's letter to the Speaker, without pointment of their own guardians and trustees any particular notice; and allowed the petifor the protection of their own liberty and cion from the electors of Westminster to be property. They must either do this, or they received, after some attempt at opposing it. must inevitably fall a sacrifice to one or the Notice has been served on the Speaker, other of the most contemptible factions that and his officers, by sir Francis Burdeti's sotiever disgraced this or any other country. The citor, that he has instructions to bring an question is now at issue ; it must now be ulo action against them, at the suit of the honourtimately determined whether we are hence. able baronet. This will bring the important forth to be slaves, or be free. Hold to the question of the breaking open his house, lawschis great country may recover; for- fairly to issue ; and it will be solemnly are sake them and it will certainly perish." gued in a court of law.
ALPHABETICAL. List of BANKRUPTCIES and DIYIDENDS, announced between the 20th of March and the 201h of April, extracted fruin the London Guzettes,
BANKRUPTCIES. (Tee Solicitor's Names are between Aurentbesis.) А" DOIS Charles, New Borwell court, muney fcrivener.
(Hindman Dyer's court, Aldermanbury Anderfinn George and George Harrison Eides.' Bridge yard
Wharf, Toley ftreet, marcbants. (Palmer, Tum.
Hintons and Thomson, Copthall court Ayrton Edwin William, New Cut, Lambeth Marih,
broker. (Howard, Charing Crora Biker Jako. Sua coal lan, London, carpenter. (Hudson,
Winkworth Brithings, City road Jail Juhn, Adam ftreet, Adelphi, au Qioneer. (Green
hill, Gray's inn fquare Banson Edward Waldau Stafford, radler's ironmonger.
(Turner and Pike, Bloomsbury square, aad Heeley,
Walfall Barber William Alawick, Northumberland, hrewer.
Klambert, Alnwick and Fiexney. Chancery lane Bennett Thomas, Liverpool, therchant, (Houghtua,
Liverpool, and Winule, John Arect, Cedford ruw Boyd Thumar, Maida Hill, Lofware road, Aapkeeper.
Jeyes Charlotte Areet, Fitzroy fuare Brandun Isaac, and annuel Curtistos, Leadenhall Areet,
merchants. (swaja, Stevens, and Maples, Old
treet Burt William, Tooley Atreet. oil- inerchant, (Sherwood,
Cuthion court. Broad ft eet Cattle anrufe. Firnival's inn, money fcrivener. (Hill,
Rd lane Chapman Williard, Beverley, linen draper. (Hall, Beverley Cloaney Nicholas, Liverpul, provision merchant. (Davies,
Liverpul, and Meddow crott, Gray's inn Collins Letitia, Halfmoun kieet, milliner and dress
maker Ces Elizabein, Olveston, Glocefter. thopkeeper. (Guell,
Brita, iud Meredith, kobbins and Tomkyns, Lib
coln's Dikey Charles, Manchester and Nottingham, lace many.
facturer Willis, Fairthorne and Clarke, Waro.
ford court, and Help, Manchester Dwies John, Herford, coro factor. (Browne and Pin.
niger, Gray's inu fquare, and Bird and Wollafton,
Hereford Davies Jamnes, Ledbury, Hereford, plass man. (Pewarisan
Gray sinn, ag'i keece, Ledbury Davies Willias, Cuadley, gun-bariel baker. (Strong,
Suit and strong, Linculn's ion, and Ruberts, Wur.
certir, Stou briage De Joachim, Louis Rene, Bowling Green Buildings, dis.
tiile. (Waderon, Barluw, and Grosvenor, Angin
Friars De la Hauit, Charles, Ermingham, Spanin leither dreffer.
Roffer and son, Barxett's Building, and Hill,
(Day and iam:tton, Lime ftreet Dongwrth James. Grove Greet, Commercial read, and
Thomas Amer, Stepucy, builders. (Rution, Web
clofe fuare Drury Willian, Canterbury, Neualer. (Pierce and
Sandys, Caarerbury, and Wilo sa ana Collett,
Chancery Lane Edward James, Leiceller, moensaker. (Greaves, Lei.
ceiter. and Wilton, Temple OB Auguftine, Mart Areet, Blomsbury, wine.mer.
chant. (Chapinsu and Stereus, Sf. Mildred's court, Poultry
Felton fames, Wet Thurrock, Efex, baker. (Aubrey.
Touk's court, Curitor freet, and Stapley, Billericay.
Efex Fildes Benjamin, Upton on Severo, Worcelter, boat builder,
(Whitcombe, Griffith, and Philpotts, Glocefter Fleming Henry. Hanway yard, Oxlord Areet, jeweller.
Hodgron, Clement's inn Forrest James, cheiter, cortou dealer. (Avifon, Liver
pool Foulkes Jofeph, Hackney ruad, builder. Rutfon
Well clure square Foy Walier, Beech drett, lioen draper.. (Mind, Throg.
morton Arect Gough William, Cranbourne Areet. mercer. (Turner,
Edward freet, Cavendin fquare Griffiths William, we woud, Wilts, dyer. (Williams,
Red Lion square, and Williams and Buch, Trow.
bridge, wiits. Hain Jouathan, Hampton, vi&u aller. (Vincent, Bedford
freet, Bedford quare Hamilton John, Bridul, merchant. (Tarrant, Chaocery
lane, and Smith, Britto! Hammond Joho. Macclesfeld, canner. (Cooke, Maccles
field. and Kent, Clifford's inn Harrison George, Manchetter, merchant. (Burkett,
Rond court, Walbrook, and Pearfon. Carlife Hartley Juhn Manchefer, grocer. (Kay and Reumar,
Manchetter Henzell Geurge, Little Eat Cheap. underwriter. (Shop
wood, Cushion court, Broad ftreet Hero William, Hincktry, Berks, victualler Hiers John, Liverpool merchant: (Crump and Lodge,
Liverpool, and Battye, Chancery lane Holt Samuel, Manchetter, grocer. (Pars and Reddita,
Altrinchain, Cheshire, and Wilton, Greville itect
Hatton Garden Hooker Thoinas, Mary-le-bone-Qreet, Portland Place, grocer
(Steyen fun, Chequer court, Charing Cross Horwood Jofeph, Woodchefer, Park-hill, Glocelerdiire,
miller. (Whitcombe and King, Serjeant's ind, Fleet üreet, and Bow yer, King's Holna, bear Glo:
cefter Iaghamn Francis, Norland, Halifax, clotbier. (Willis,
Fairtborne ana Clarke, Waruford couri, and Allifon
Huddersfeld Inman Joseph, Kent road, broker. (Bryani, Copthalt King William, Bream's buildings, Chancery line, cabinet.
inaker. Waebroerh, Warofurd court Knight James. Calne, Wilts, clotnicr. (Davis and
Prole, Bristol, and James, Gray's ian square Lewis Evau, Cardiff, Glamnurgan Brucer. (Lewis, Care
dilf, and Gregory, Clement's inn Littlejohn jureph James, Gotport, mercer. (Blessdale,
A cxander and Holme, New inn, and Cruickllarik,
Gufpunt Lloyd William, Chefter, chair-maker. (Mline and Party,
Teraple and sincock, Chettes Lomas D.cmus, Watford, corn merchant, (Fairlie and
Francis, New Square, Lincolp sinn Lucas John Browfgture, Worceker, dealer in timber.
(Richardson, New Inn Luke Thoinas, Exeter brewer. (Loxley, Cheapfide Maclean James, Oid Change, victualler. (Howell, Sion
College Gardens, Alderianhury Maer. George. Brittul, linen drper, (Tilfun, Chathana
Place, Blackfriars Marwal Cuthbert, Ratclif fyware, mariner. (Sacrwood,
Cushion court, Bruad freet Markdry Williarn, and Junn Atkin, whitechapel road,
dealers in glass and earthenware, (Ayitice and Cox Temple, and Tumliafua, Hanley, StaffordAire
Mayhew Robert, Stutton. Suffolk, miller, 'Bunn, for Peattle James, longtown, Cumber'and, draper April
ofen and Taylor, Southampton buildings, Chancery Besi fon Henry Grudy, Gray's sua square, nu ney forint 12e
ner, April: Mellor ramuel Ecking, Liverpool, cotton dealer. (Avi: Belcher Junib' Condit Areet, mrrcha , Yay!
bell Rubert, Newcanic upulTyre,
was.co crapety Moore Henry, Ratcliff Highway, victualler. (Fothergill,
Bel Robert and Robirt Hedley, Newcake-spot-Tyet, Moris John Marple, Cheder, boat builder. ( Willis,
wcoilin drapery Vay
, Ma cheftet Moseley Daniel, Wake helt, innkeeper. Clark lon,
Bloxa. *** Matthew, Thmss Wikino a: Wien Nott Jorn, komford & orer and cheese monger. (Shear
Box.m. Grac Churcafret, bike $. APII 14 man, Hart Mreet. lcomSoury
B1-K53, 1 li 10m, 1, 1, 4 chi tric, a4 ic A1:21 Page James Herprey butcher. (Piatt. Temple
Bubby kihn umutus rercy ortet, Bi. Pancras, money Palmer James Aldermanlury, mer.bant. (Dennetts
fcrivent, Ap 14 2nd Creaves, Coleman fret
Brinskienard, LiveToul, merchant, May 7
Brolier Thomas. Tive poul, avioer. Mayo
Bu y Wilitam jua. Piton, Devon, ciotte May
merchant, Ar in 2 Perkinsntrala Stanfor, Lincoln, grocer. (Thomp. Chaband Herry, Plurntree freet, Bloomsbury, je te ler, fon, San fod
April 1 Phillips Frederick, Shaftesbury, mopkeeper.
Ann, Bredbury, Cheder, hat-ibanufaâurer,
Chadwick John, Bredbury, Chefter, har manufacturer, Prance Geork Swansea, linen draper. (Clarke and
Chapmau Richard, Thatcbam, Beiks, thopkeeper, Raby John, Great St. Helen's Chambers, merchant.
April 17 (Druce, Billiter square
Chapman John, Yarmouth, linen traper. May Baby George Gcat St. Helen's Chainbers, merchant. Chapple James, Grace s Alley, weiícole syuare, bobera (Druce, Bibliter square
April 14 Reynold Williain, Cheun, dealer. (Coppard, Baptift Charlton Cornelius, Eat Farleien, Kent, yeoman, May Chambers, Chancer, lane
Chi itin Francis Any
john Calvert Clarke, ape Cuarla Riddiford William, Uicy, Glucefter, clothicr. (Blox
Bown Collcee Hill, merchants Aprill fome, Duilley, and Price and williams Lincoln's ion
Clarke Abraha, Newport,
IRC of Wight, tasuet Rippon 'Iheophilus, Monitun, confe&ioner, (Rippon,
Clenreli tuhit, Newcatie opon Tyne, pin maker, May Roberttou Robert Sicu bridge, Worcester, drugpin.
01's Rens, SJohn arcet, sealt (Simnng, still, and strong, Linculn's inn, and RO.
and charman. April 14 beits, ou bridge
Colombine fianuis, avis, Davio, jun. and Peter, fc. Roofe Jonathan Liverpool. merchant (Stanjareer and
Norwich, iaerchants, May !
2:10 Coleman Lévy Newton, Red Lion Scott Alexander, and Thomas Purves, st Mary Axe,
itreti, spitalelas, dyers, May ! mechanis (Hackett Chancery lane
Cotton i numas, Corahul, koca broker and banker, Serres John Thomas. Qenftree, Gului a square, picure
April 11 frame maker. Warrand and wood, Calle court, Cramend Arthur, Bridge Areet, Blackfriars, merchants Bridge Irw
April 17 Shafe Jon. Shne lane, copper-plate-maker.
Croft William, Leeds a d James Manks, Hunslet, Yurky Fore Artet
merchants May 30 Skinut David. Newington Causeway cabinet maker. Danfon kubert, Guigata, i, ancatter coal merchant. May is Harry, Thaive's inn
Davis I honas Woverhampton, ironinunge', Nay 7 Smythe Rubait, Tottenham money scrivener. (Wimbolt, Dawin Eloti, Hinckey, Leicefter hotcaprui al Foretret, Cripplerate
Dean, olen, Birmingh 10. japanner Apr 18 Spence Willisin Tene! Gurro't. mercer. (Cullins
uhn tiup and Philip Gavey. Londos, and Mewfon, Gofport and Dyne, Serjeant's inu,
Msichahts, May 8
Dinsdale Jofeph, scu.coafes, York, grocer, April 17 Stafford aror, Staley Bridge
Галсаnеr, hop keeper.
Dikt inos Bath, chivanan, arke and Richards,hakery ane 210 Hein.
DUwian william, Devizes, draper, April 17 bir om, inton u otrlilt
Duwde jour, Great James urett, ocdrore row, fcrireses, Stevns johny and Foward Biker Whicon be freet,
May 26 brs was (Reynolds Caile ftreet. Ficou quare Dyer Richard, Bath cornfador, April 16 Sturley Toon is, Swart bam, Nuifo.k, upholder Sweet Edwards Jono, stoneho se, Devon, araper and fupfelder, and Stokkserkpie
May Taylor William, Liv peo! me:chant. (A'kinson, Every samuel, Liverpool, ship.chandler and merchant, Chasierry ice. 2. Haffail, liverpool
April 16 Taylor Davut Griit Totham, Ellex, frucer. (Carter,
F.veli Elizabeth and James, Cambridge, painter, Stap einn
Aprel 23 Taylor David Mila end road cabinet maker, (West, Feren Jobo. Burr freet, St. George's in the E. ke ion ftreet Wapping
ina int!, May 12 Tudi, puh. Tic for. hop utaler. (Evans, Hereford, Finchum William, Covent garden, earthenwire ses, and Pe Prits, Gray's in
May ! Vaugh. 11
Druon uay. Daventry, merchant. Fither wi.diam, Cambridge woollen-draper, May ! (N2 101 Newi"10 nutes
Furter Peral Gear Y WIDOth, bookigilcr, May ! Wagner Frederic, Urbe *35, cothier. (Gale, Bedford Freehar kuncit. a'd joieph Wifoia Queco Erect, Arcet, te pudrow
C .caplue, waithouien.cn, May 29 wal!: Thoms, co tu y Plact, Lambeo, tallow Fuller Juan Jarnes, Yuxturd, Sufiouk, araper and gruce chanrit (Meymutt, Burrows buildings, Black
Gardner wundam, Newent, Glocefter, baker and alles, Wam5) Poter
Garland Charles, Brackley,
Northampton, Aliran, Clark. Ward collit
April 26 Weft Robert, Oxfou utrcci, draper. (Mafun, Fotter German william. Bribol, y'er and platerer, May I iare
G:11211 Thuinas, Nursin, tinch-grapes. Mays White surufu Memorelard place, City road, merchant, Gdy james Eat : mida, baker, piil 17 Hugles and Chapman, 1 mile
Gieo amian, Konatladu roid, 'aeaiss and chapma. Whitehead Thoras, les an. jus F illworth, I ancafter,
Cotor mufacturers. Barreti, Mauchere, and Hall Cei 6C, Queen Nieci, ilk snaoufacturer. April 14
iris ci and Juba C arke, worn. wood strec:, ita Wood Robert Margare, grocer. (Cluitva, out wark
Hawkins W..an airmingham, button maker, April 14
lab williain, Cbippennain, Wiles, ciuter,
wcorge, Granbe ruad. Saitvark, Abbor Jofeph P..(co, Lancarer, procer, pril 16
tanners, May 5 Alles William Cla" srcet, iemaker, May
Hicoby Tumas, vbey Place, Bethpal Green read, cap Alvey Vincent, Spaicus Lincoln, brewer and ina keeper,
penter and tusicer, April 24 May! Arr. f juleph. E;0. Salop, miller, May 7
Hey Matthew, lateatoa tice, warehousemas, May $ Ayzea jotice, sun urech, bi hupigats, tallow chandler,
Hugon Danies and Kube:h, Waburuuk, men > Lccer
Holchoulé Anp, Union erect, shadwell, fuear reiser,
May sa Banks Richard, Eltham, Kent, viludler, March 31
Horner jun, Framweligate, Durbam, tanner. May 2 Barclay imc., UI boa threet nie:ctant, April 24
Hunes inumas, Norfolk suici, strand, wiec cica
pru4 Beinoinas, Marcesteld, draper. May 8 Bayley -met, hic Areet, Shadwell, Aip breaker and
Huohes Mark, Bury court, Love lope, wool perche',
Apr 28 puchadt, Apail!