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The following resolutions, passed by ral struggle is a certain evidence of the little the Ward of Farringdon Without, are
influence the people possess in that honorable inserted as a summary of the reasonings House. That they believe the representation adopted in the popular questions, at issue
of the people in Parliament is unequal, defibetween the country and the majority of cient, and now manifestly inadequate to the
security of the subject ; that it appears unthe House of Commons.
contradicted upon their journals, that seats in 1st. Resolved that in the 29th chapter the honorable the House of Commons are noof Magna Charca it is declared, “ that no toriously sold and bartered ; that a majority freeman shall be taken, or imprisoned, or be in that honorable House may be at all times, disseized of his freehold or liberties, or free with perfect facility, procured and purchased, customs, or to be outlawed or exiled, or any by any set at ministers, with the ready means otherwise destroyed; nor will we not pass of places, pensions, sinecures, patronage, and upon him, nor condemn him, buc by lawful jobs; as only 154 powerful individuals, peers, judgment of his peers, or by the law of the land. and others, return 307 members for England
2d. Resolved-That the committal of Mr. and Wales; and the representation of Scotland John Gale Jones, and Sir Francis Burdett, to and Ireland is equally corrupt: that by means prison, during pleasure, by the order of the of the majorities thus obtained, public dehonorable the House of Commons, for sup- faulters have not only been exculpated, but posed libels, appears to this Ward meeting suffered to enjoy the fruits of their nefarious an unreasonable and illegal assumption in conduct, and retain their seats in that honora their own cause, of the accumulated offices ble house. and power of accuser, juror, judge, and ex- 6ch. Resolved–That this ward meeting ecutioner.
declares its entire approbation of the conduct, 3d. Resolved-That the late assumption resolutions, and petition, of the livery of Lona of undefined privilege by the Honorable the don, in their last Common Hall; that this House of Commons will, in effect, abolish meeting avails itself of this first opportunity that bulwark of our liberties, trial by jury, to express its abhorrence of the seditious atwill supersede the Habeas Corpus aci, will tempis of a band of contractors and venal jobannul the Bill of Rights, and the wholescnie bers, to decry all public spirit; and to induce provisions of Magna Charta.
the timid and the weak to join in libellous 4th. Resolved-That the exercise of ille declarations against ļheir fellow.citizens, and gal power naturally engenders violence, rict, the venerable magistracy of our city. commotion, and vicimately revolution ; that 7th. Resolved-That for those accumulated the introduction of the standing army to en- evils and calamities, one only remedy offers force the arbitrary warrant of the speaker of itself; namely, a full, fair, and free, reprethe House of Commons, has already produced sentation of the people in Parliament. the most deplorable calamities; our sacred 8th. Resolved-That this ward meeting charters have been violated, the blood of do hereby instruct cheir representatives in peaceable passengers have been spilled, and Common Council to promote and support in our fellow-citizens have been murdered in our that court all legal measures whatever, thac streets; and this ward meeting entertain a may be proposed to procure the liberation of fervent hope, that any future attempts to in. Sir Francis Burdett and John Gale Jones; and troduce arbitrary power, to excite violence for that necessary and indispensable object, a and riot, and to goad the people into resistance radical reform in the Commons House of Pare and commotion, may, by the steady, firm, and liament. wise, conduct of our countrymen, be foiled. 9th. Resolved That the thanks of this
5th. Resolved— That this ward meeting meeting are due to Sir Francis Burdett, for trembles for the consequences probable upon bis manly and constitutional resistanc: to opthis conflice between the people and the prie pression, and for his learned and legal arga. vileges of the House of Commons; and they ment in favor of the unalienable rights of the aver it to be their opinion, that this unsatu- people.
ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES und DIVIDENDS, announced betreen
the 20th of April and the 20th of May, estructed from the London Guzeties,
BANKRUPTCIES. (Tbe Solicitor's Names are between Pareribeses.) DAMS Charles, Pancras lane, Lordon, merchant.
, , Adams Edward George, High #reet, St Mary le bone,
apothecary. (Becket and Weale, Broad areet, Gol.
den fquare Angell Juleph, and William Frankum, Reading, woollea
diapers. (Bikes, Reading and Eyre, Gray's ina Fywars
Arnold William, Cranbourn. pafrage, Leicefter-fields,
Jinen draper. (Tilfun, Chathala Pace Backfria's
Tomlinson and Thomson, Cuptball court
thews ant Randall, Carle itreet, Holboru
(Wateley, Birmingham, and Swains, Stevens and Maples, old
ans Potts, Serjeantsinn
Alphabetical List of Bankruptcies.
Canolford William, George atreet, Oxford itreet, baker Leach Mary, Preston, Lancafer, dealer in care
(Troughton, Pretton, and Hurd, Temple Chantier Thomas Harford, Chefter, banker. (Leieh and Lee George, Sunninghill, Berk.. bulider. Malon, New Bridge ftreet, and Banker, Norih wich
Egham Hithe, Surry, 2nd Taylor, fie court. 6 Child Francis, Merpeth, Northumberland, skinner.
ino (Harvey, Newcattle-upun-Tyne, and Wortham, Caale Lemare Robert, Nine Eims, Surty, brewer. (Ci treet, Holborn
Southwark Chinery John, Great Mary le bone ftreet, grocer. (Wet. Limbrick Thomas. Hawkesbury, Glocefter, lines , tig, Duke Areei, Portland place
Price and willjainsLincom's ina, 200 Clayton Thomas, Bollington, Chester, viualler. Browne. Chipping odbury
Macclesfield, and Wright and Pickering, Temple Long James. Grove Areet, Deptford, vidualier. Cohen Ather, Manchester. merchant. (Higfon, M10 fon, Temple chefer, and Elis. Chancery lane
Lyon Joha, Richmond, Surry, fister. (Putz, Sranie Collens William, Franham Surry, polterer, (Turner. Edwarditreet, Cavendish rivare
Macduff Charles, Church Arect, Blackfriars, feirer Colwill Charles, Leicester fyuaie, cabinet maker. (Wile (Beckett, Cleinent's ion liams, Curtor ftreet
Machin John, Tottenham Court Road, au&ticseer. Cooper Edmund, Hendon, Middlesex. carpenter. (Pat. rand and Wood, Caffle court, Budge re* tent, Crufsftreet, latton Garden
Mahony Dennia, Tottenham Cuur: Run Court Charles, Cambridge row, Hackney road, merchant. (Whitton, Great James Atreet, Bedford ror (Dodd, Billiter alle
Martin Robert, Grave feud, carpenter. Cux Jarnes and John Smith, Manchefer, auctioneers. man ftreet, Southwark
(Willis, Fairthorne, and Clarke, Warnford court, and Matthew Abrahan. Shaftesbury, Dorfet iren Hellop, Manchester
(Stephens, Bristol, and Suct and Crankthaw i nomas late of Charlton freet, St. Mary-le. Temple
bine, painter, but now a priloner in Newgate. Matthews James, Hertford, mealmas. (Bond and The Morgan, Bedford row
banks, cerning lane Davenport James, Gracechurch freet. dealer.
(Parton, Mitchell William, Turowheel lane. Loon, fegar a Waibrtok
(Osbaldetton, Little Tunder fireet Davie Samuel, Lyme, Dorfer, vintner.
(Fisher, Lyme, Moloy Jofeph, late of Monin guth street, clutbes fakt and Swalc and Heelis, Staple sin
but now a prisoner in Giltspur Areet Center.it Davies Daniel. Old strect, victualler. (Parnell and Rufo Autin Friars fies Church Areet, Spitalfields
Monrow Jofeph William, Gosport, pork butcher. Day James, Commercial road, merchant, (Day and Ha- dale Alexander and Holme, New Yoa, and Cr merton, Lime Street
thank, Golport Dennifon William, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset. Morris Richard,
Lyng, Somerset, dealer in CT butcher. (Rufell, Beaminster
(Foys, Bridgewater, and Millert 260 904, M. Devey Richard, Stourbridze, Worceller, upholsterer. Temple lane (Brettel. Stourbridge
Neve George Laws, Ipswich, Jinen-draper. (Brand Dornik william Everhard Marcus Von, Edmund Griffith Nutcutt, Ipswich, and Fitney. Chancery laro
and Jeremiah Donovao, Well Areet, Wellclore fquare, Newman Robert, Oxford Itreet, üven crapera manufacturers of patent foap. (Seymour and Mon
Bartlett's buildings, triou, Margaret Areet, Cavendish square
Nicholls James, Gray's iDn, scrivenera (Tyrred 256 Douglas William, Ware, Herts, cheefeinunger.. (Parton, Francis, Guildhall Walt rook
Oakley William, Church ireet, Horf y dar. Sury Duckworth Thomas, Parbold, Lancaster, vi&tualler, wuolttapler. (Burrows and Yiaceat, But (Roughton, Ormskirk, and Windle, John Atreet, Bed
treet ford row
Oram John, High Areet, Southwark. cbeceroage. Dye Isaac, Gray's ion lane, vi&tualler. (Hackett, Bear.
(willett and Annesley, Finsbury fquare binder lane
Owen Danici, Red Bank and Heley, Lausafter, rem Dyfon Robert Greaves, Rosemary lane, vidualler. (Whit Crump and Lodge, Liverpool aed Eartye, CRIT ton, Great James tree, Bedford puw
lane Eccles Henry, Beverley, York, cornfactur. (Hall, Parry Thomas Sefton, Charlotte freet, Portland pice Beverley
money-crivener. (Dixon, Nalleu freet, S2 Edwards Samuel, Mark lane, merchant. (Palmer, Tom. Pawlett Paniel, Nottingham, tallow-chandler. lintins and Thomson, Copthal court
and Bell, Holborn court, Gray's inn, and she Tenwick Ceorge, Mary Ic-bone, veterinary surgeon. Nottingham (Ward, Couk': cuurt, Carey ftreet
Payne James, Weft square, Southwark, army-out. Fewites James, Liverpool, joiner. (Blackstock, London. (Greefup and Dixon, Angel court. Throsrett and Murrow, liverpool
Peacock George, Skinner frect, Bithopigste. (Bezmas Toffer William, Great Grimsby, Lincoln, merchant. Union it rest, Bithupfgate
(Brown and Marris, Barton.upun-Humber, and Grey, Pollard John, Elland. York, wooltapler. (Martie, Sex Gray's inn fuare
York, and swale and Heelis, Staple's inn Gee Willian, Hampdead road, fone maron, (Warrand Pook William, jun, Wick and Abroa, Gloceber, pa and wood, Caitle court, Bridge row
makers. (Stevens, Bristol ***ect and Guodall Thoma: . Surry square merchant. (Palmer,
Temple Tumiinions and inton, Copthall court
Poster William Jun. Nottingham,
A for Gorfuch Thomas, Petei Arcet, cow Crof, cheefemonger, Wells, Nottingham, and Taylor CT, ET
(Pullen, Fore ftreet Goudant Juleph, South ftreet, West square, Lambeth, vice Raitt James, Dartmouth or
ser, tualler. (Lucas, Webber treet, St. George's Fields (Thackray Greaves Thomas, Hull, ironmonger. (Elli., Chancery
Reah William, Sunderland, Jane, and Anderson, Hull
(Blakiiton, Symond's inn, Green Benjamin Aiskew, York, cattle jobber. (Janfon, wearinouth Bedale, and Louingion, and Hall, Temple
Rceve Richard, and William David Jones, Vere are the Gribble Nelson, Crefcent, St Geurge the Martyr, Surry, ftationers. (Goode, Howlana
erect, TOCESS dealer. (Walker, Oid Jewry
Court Road Hallen William, Wolverhampton, woollen-yarn manufac. Reid Thomas Hayward Mark, Red Lion Arest, Narbon turer (Jefon, Wolverhampton
Moemaker (Druce, Billiter ftuare Harritun Thoinas, Camomile atreet. Itarioner. (Evite Reid Juhn, Frith Areet, Sobo, gruser. and Rixon. Maydon square
Ely Place Natheld Joseph, Eccles, Lancaster, cotton manufacturer. Remington John, St. Ives, Huntingdum, lysor merchant
(Barrett and Wilson, Manchester. and Willis, Fair (Alexander, New square, Lincis's inn thorne and Clarke, Warnford cuurt
Roberts John. Welford, Glocetter, baker and Hatley Thoma, Woodstock, Oxford, hatter.
(Phillips, Evesham, Worcetter. and Beu ficas, Boy Alexander and Huline, New Inn, and Meredith, Biro ftreet, London mingham
Rolio fon William, Little Barnhura, Star fort, keydun John, York ftreet, Covent Garden, tailor.
(Dun. (Biddle, Wolverhampton, and smart a. 72 combes, Lyon's inn
(Greee (Campbell, Eeverley
Son. Ware, and Green, Clifford's ins Hunt Francis, Briftul, butcher. (Clarke and Son, Bris. Rushtro John, Mancheter, cotton-dealer. tol, and Jaries and Abbott, New Inn
chelter, and Ellis, Chancery lane Hutchinfon John, Lamb's Conduit Areet, tea dealer. Sayer John, Sherston, Wits. nen-draper. (Kecne Furnival's ino
Bristol, and Sweet and Stokes, Temple
glats felice (Dixon, Allen, and Rett, Paternoster tow and Paul Sherwood, bardware an. Johnton William. and Nevill Browne,
Finh Arcet bil,
Pickering, Temple, and Bingley, Smith, York Grocer. 15 wain, Stevens and Maples, vid Jewiy Silverlock William, Newport, ille of Wight, Kautfinan Chrikian Henry, New London Etreet, Crutched maker. (Griffiths, Newport
Friars, merchant. (Oakley, Martin's lane, Caanan Simpios Richard, Great Bell Alley, merchant. ftreet
and Cox, Temple Kay Thomas, Birmingham, factor. (Webb and Tyndall, Smith Richard, Liverpool, upholderer. Binningham
verpool Kenrick juinn, King ftreet, Soho, money-scrivener. (Hau. Steven (bu Thomas, Snow's Fields. Bermonifey. 春 ton, Dorfctitreet, Fleet Atreet
wood, Canterbury fquare, Southwark Kirk Richaid, Dartford, victu aller. (Ware, Blackman Storey Jofeph and Robert, St. Margaret anir, Seath wurde Areet, southwark
liden-diapers, (Partai), Walbrook Xrule Adam, Union court, Broad freet, merchant. Stork John, jun. Hull, grocer. Ends and som LE
(l'almer, Tumlinfois ans Thompson, Copthall court solo's inv, and Hairs, hulle
Taylor Thomas. City road, vidualer. (Allingham, St. Crean Edward. Margaret Arect, Cavendith Square, care luha's square
penter, Mey 5 Teburt Joha, Nottingham, dealer and chapinan.
Crout William, Charlotte Areet, Rathbone place, linea dlemre a sd Percy, Nottingham, and Macluugal and draper. June Hunter. New Square, Lincoln's inn
CulMax Ralph, Wrightington, Lancaster, coal merchant, TUI wilan, White in freet, Peptonville, merch 206. May 1 !Kourdil ou and Hewitt, little Friday itrict
Cuminins John, Liverpool shoemaker, May 18 Tomkins Samuel, Torcciterflax. fler. (Lon. Wor. Dari s Gorc Cranbuurn truet, Leicester Fields, linea cefter, Aud Williams, Quali'y count Chambots, Chan.
Penny john, Barbican, atationer, funes
(Wadefhn, Barlow. and Grove it. ", sustin Friars Pocker Henri Deriiend. Kirmingham, June
Dudfon Gews, Nurchowram, York, horre dealer,
Doyle James, Covent Garden, cbina and glass man,
Danufacturer. June 19
Elliott George, Liverpool, merchant, May ar
Endin Abrabara Gompert, Ports nuuth, nopkeeper,
Eoror iliac, Bath, procer, July it
Fola Wihan Cherry Garden Areet, Bermondsey, timber
fadurer (Evans, Halton Garden, and Crosby, Ford Paul Luward, Howland Mews Weft, hackneymang
dealers. (Rack ack. Loudun, and Murrow, Liver. Frost James, Gof weil ihreet, brass-founder, May 19
Garrard Samuel, Watling Breer warehousemnan, June 16
Gilbert William, Chirwell åreet. Kracer. June 9
Greethan Chari.s. Liverpool, merchao: June 13
Harcourt Wiljan, Norwich, linen draper, Sures
fix dresse:, May 19
Harr willam and Henry Southmier, Denmark treet, DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED.
Ratclinto Highway, lugarrenuers, May 16
Harritun James Parke, St. Bees, Cuinberland, cotton
, May 15
Hecins Christopher Waison. Plymouth, lipca diaper, verpool, coppersmiths, June 11
Higfor James and Thomas Talker, Liverpool, linen
drapers, June 6
Hi die Joni, scatecliffe within Acerington, Lancaster,
calicu printer, May 2y Althim William, Tokenho ise yard, bruker, July 2
Hin le wiliam, Statecliffe withio Acerington, calico Annandale John, and Edmund Jacklyo, Dowgate hill,
printer, y 29 ras merchants June :
Hindi Joni ani William, Laurence Kenyon, and Athron Armett Thomas, Ra bow, Cheier, cotton spinner,
stansfield, Statecliffe within Acerington, caico priate Junie
ers, May 29 Amby Richard, Ur'ridge. innkeeper. J'ine 9
Hitchcock James, other wife David James. Jo fue de Prado
and Peter Athley Juhn Gregory, Glocefter Terrace, commercial
Groves, white read merchants. Hull,
Holmes Jofeph, Underbank in Woo!dale, York, merchant,
Hope Peter. Liverpool. merchant, May 27
Mopkins Thomas John. Chigwell, Edex, brewer. June 26
Horiey Richard, Epfim. piirk butcher May 19
Hou John, Bridport ironmonger, May 17
Huwel: Maine, Stratheid says, hants, farme, June 8
Hudrun joines, Watline aree', morchant, April 24
Huttler Jaines, Wetton Colvide, Cambridge, farmer,
Jackton Henry, Mincing lant, inerchant, May 1s
Jenkins Thinas. and Thomas Frederick Wollen, High
ftreet. Soith wark, linen drapers May 16
Johns Richard, jui. Truro, victuall.r. Mayo
johnson John, Great Baddow, Edex, carpenter, May 16 Brouk s Joseph Liverpool, trewer. June Browa John, Long la e, Bermain dley, tanner, June
Johnson William Catlen, and Joon Hillbire, Huntingdong
crapers, June 2
Jogos Thomas, Glorefter, horfe dealer, ay ng
Norwich, banker. June 6
Jonilia !, Yerdley Liverpool. fiour dealer. May 36
King Francis, Eat Sheen, Sury, baker, Nay 26
Kirton John, Gray's inn fcrivener, June 1
Koighe Edward, Horney down la e, likheeran, May 19
Lance William, Grove, serks woniQapler, June 19
Lilley Wetheld, St. John Arect, Clerkenwel, linea
craper, June 9 Cart Thornas, Oxford grocer, June 1
Linging Levi Samuel, Green Lettuce lane, merchant,
tuce lane, merchants. June 2
Lomnitz Jofeph Benjamin, and Wolff Rilton, Fenchurch
Arect, merchants, Mayis
Lurcu Taumas, sittingbourn, Kent, woullen draper,
Macdovaugh Owen, Albany Tavern, St. Jafnes's, vi&tualter,
Martin Henry, Wallingford, Berks. linen draper. Jube :
Martja Jono Loath Lincolu thip carpenter. June 15
Mills Jame and Jiha. Wood in Sadolcfworth York. mer.
chants, May 19
Mofs luho. Huit boat builder. May 11
Myles John. Omful, Cheter. corn factor, Jode 6
Okie John Pickwick, Lancaster, and Wilbam Waltba.
Liverpool. inercbant 9. Nay as
Marriages in and near London.
Orme Will'am, Charles ftreet. Middle rexbook reller.
Newark basikers. May 12
pies. June 2
merchant. June : 1
tavern ketper. Ju 30
manufacturers. June 19
builder. June o
turer. May 19
Jeffery. Tischfeld Areet, coach makers, June 16
Smith John. Leeds. York, procer. May 25
mercers. May il
ruud. Pimlico. nurserymen. May
army accoutrement traker. but now a prisoner is the
King's Rench. May 76
INCIDENTS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, IN AND NEAR LONDON :
With Biographical Memoirs of distinguished Characters recently deceased,
By special licence, in Bloomsbury.square, AT St. George's, Bloomsbury, Mr. Lowe, Sir Robert Graham, bart. of Esk, Cumber
of Handsworth, Staffordshire, to Miss land, to Elizabeth, only daughter of joaa Wyatt, eldest daughter of Charles W. esg. Young, esq. of Battle, in Sussex. of Bedford-row.
At St. George's, Hanover-square, William At Richmond, Major P. T. Robertor, of Frere, esq. serjeant-at-law, to Mary, only the 8th regiment of Foot, to Miss Parker, daughter of Brompton Gurdon Dillingham, sixth daughter of the late Vice-admiral Sir of Grunder burgh, Suffolk.-Heory Weste William P.
macott, esq. of Mount Street, Grosvenor-square, At Chelsea, Stutte ville Isaacson, of Mil. to Miss Eliza Brodie Stewart, of Montree. den-hall, Suffolk, to Miss St. Quintin, of At Mary-le-bone Church, C. J. Mills, esą. Hans-place.
esq. of Downhouse, Gloucesier, to Miss At St. Michael's at Plea, Capt. Alexander Hatch, daughter of the late James H. ese Campbell, of the Royal Artillery, to Con Claybury Hall, Essex. stantia, daughter of the late Francis Gostling, At St. Pancras Church, Captain W.C. esq. of Coulsea-wood, Suffolk.
Lewis Bird, of the Bengal army, to Miss At Hampton, Colonel Hawker, of the 14th Aldous, of Upper Fitzroy-street. Light Dragoons, to Miss Jordon, of Syden- At Kensington, Captain Fanshawe, of the ham, Kent.
Royal Navy, eldest son of General F. to Aí Mary-le-bone Church, Captain James Anne Maria Jenkinson, second daughter ef Dacres, R. N. to Miss A. B. Dalryinple, Colonel Jenkinson, of the Board of Greea third daughter of Lieutenant-general Sir Cloth. Hew D.
At St. Alphage Church, Samuel Miller George Gipps, esq. M.P. to Jane, young. Adams, esq. Only surviving son of the late est daughter of John Bowdler, esq. of Hayes, J. Adams, esq. of Welton, Northamptonshire, Kent.
io Miss H. Thornton, of Giucescer-streci, By special licence, the Marquis of Douglas Queen-square. and Chinesdale, son and heir apparent of the At Camberwell, Charles Chitty, 63 of Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, to Susan Gower-street, to Miss S. E. Jourdan, daughter Euphemia, youngest daughier of William of John J. esq. of Peckham Rye. Beckford, esq. of Fonthill.
DIED. At Greenwich, Benjamin Boyes, esq. of Mr. Daniel Walker, well known for bis Great Coram street, to Mary, second daugh- taste in music and musical instruments, and ter of the late William Foster, esq. of Spring- particularly for his exquisite performance ca head, near Hulle
ihe clestina. The simple wonesty of his
character, and his modest independent spirit, On the 7th of March, on board his Aage endeared him to the few who knew bim; for ship, the Ville de Paris, Admiral Lord Collinghe suugnt no fame, but lived and died in a wood, Commander in chief of the British dusty chuos of litter and siterature, of fiddles ficet in the Mediterranean. Further particulars and tossiis, machines and microscopes, the will be given in our next. friend of all, and the enemy of none.
In South Lambeth, in the 76th year of his In a. James's Palace, Madame Branden.
age, William flavard, esq. one of the partners burgh, laundress her majesty, - Mrs. in the city and county Bank of Hereford, Bartolli, niany years keeper of the bail-room, a gentleman whose industry, benevolence, a dot. er apartments
integrity, and worth, entitle his memory to In Goue street, Jane, third daughter of more thaa ordivary notice. Mr. Havard was the Rev. Jonathan Boucher, 0: Epsom, 14. 4orn in St. Owen’s-street, Hereford, where
At Shelleld-house, Kensington, Tbomas, his parents kepe a small shop; and their cir Rubinson, 19. 83.
cumstances were so remote from affluence, in Dordre steet, Manchester-square, the that when (like his countryman Wbittington) Her Robert Wapale, turmeriy envoy extra
he left his native place to pursue his fortunes Oralj apd umnister plenipotentiary at the in the metropolis, he had not sixpence in his courto: www.b, for thirty years, and brother pocket on his arrival in London. From this to the late Horatio tarl o. Oxford.
period, such was the perseverance, ability, The kev. 11shew Pugb, rear 50 years and success with which he applied himself to: curat ol 6. j* :$'s, Westoninster, and one of business, that he gradually rose, with enthe consuct rcllums of i rinity College, Cam- creasing honour and esteem, from clerk to: brnos, 0.4. difs, M.A. 1761.
partner, in the house of Mr. Jones, M.P. tor Pin Sevillauw, the Hon. Mrs. Gunning, Devizes, in Mansion-house.street. Thus bec" wife on Goose G. esq. and sister to Lord coming enrolled in the first class of British mer.' Bradtou.
chants, Mr. Havard was frequently consulied in Lincoln's inn-fields, Henry Maddock, esq. in the most dithcult and important adjusta'
In St. Joni's square, Mr. Edward Wrigbi, ments of mercantile accounts; and has now: prince., 12.
bequeathed to five daughters more than In
Louet Grosvenor-place, Marianna, 10,000). each, the fruits of his own exertions : second a wynier oi Captain Stackpoole, R. N. and personal industry. His house and the
ni Lepsupti, Henry, the third son of John hospitalities of his table were not only open Scott Wmns, esq.
to his countrymen in general, but many of At la uborweli, Sbovel Blackwood, esg. 81. his younger friends, from Hereford, will
In Lulcen-square, Elizabetb, eldest daugh- gratefully acknowledge how materially they ter un jo.. Wallace, esq.
have been aided by his powerful Interest, and. in Yorkestreet, St. James's, Isabella Anne, valuable advice. Nor were these the only third daughter of Henry Huyn Hoare, esq. 15. prominent features of ability and worth in Ac diton, Robert Tubus, esq. 77.
the character of Mr. Havaró : Banks of In Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, Lady the Lug, and other similar effusions, acknowTulbor, relici u Sir Charles T. bart. 79. ledge kım as no despicable poct; but perhaps.
At Himmersmith, Mr. Alexander Palmer, it is less known, that be not only aided Mr. many years cutier to the Royal Fanily, St. Dibuin, in his work called The Bye-Stander, James's-street.
but also contributed some of those popular In Clarges.street, Ann, youngest daughter productions wbich are so happily calculated of Joseph Brundish, esq.
to excite the daring of our gallant tars. Of in Leicester-square, Mrs. Lloyd, relict of these the well-known words of " My Poll and Thomas Bullock Lloyd, esq. and one of the my Partner Joe,” were written by Mr. Havard; sisters of the lace John Webb, esų. M. P. for and it is said that 20,000 copies of chat balGloucester.
lad were sold within a very short period after In Alsopp-place, Paddington, William its publication. In a word, Mr. Havard has. Brown, esq. M.P.
done honor to the place of his birth; his meIn China-terrace, Lambeth, Mrs. Mary mory will ever be held in respect, and his Fletcher, daughter of the late Francis F. exaniple is worthy the imitation of all.
In Clarendon-square, Somer's Town, aged At Highbury.place, the Rev. William 80, Thomas Mortimer, esg. a gentleman well Parry, D.D. a distinguished pulpit orator, known in the literary world, as author of and sume years since much the subject of con- many useful and interesting works, and fore versation, from the circumstance of his endea. merly his majesty's vice-consul at Ostend. vou!ing to enlorce his discourse by producing In Great Ormond-street, aged 53, of a pul. a human scull to the congregation.
monary consumption, Thomas Finch, esq. Gustavus telomphus Throughion, youngest F.R.S. only son of the Rev. Robert Pool son ut Richard T. esq. of the Custom-house, Finch, D.D. Furiber particulars will be given London, 22. His death was occasioned by a in our nexi, Llow he received against a post.