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CORRECT LIST of BANKRUPTCIES and of DIVIDENDS announced between tbe 2016 of April,
and the 2016 of May extracted from the London Gazettes. BANKRUPTCIES.
A. Worbrys and T. Sydes, Birminghamn, sword-culiers. Wer (The Solicitors' names are in Italics.)
(bart, caftieftreet, Holborn,
T. Wyne, Weit Tanfield, butcher. Darnbrougb and Coates R. Aminer. Hinckley, hofier. Grunway, Nuneten, Warwick j. Zealy, Everham, victualler. Grificos, Broadway, Worcester
biri, and Sberwin, Ludgate-bill.
1. Ainsworth, Hallifax, timberemerchant. June 15
3. Adley, Brutal, dealer in spirits. June 19.
5. Beckman, yashion-Areet, sugar-grinder. May 19.
S. Bradbury, Baringhall.arcet, broker. June 2.
W. Bailey, Farringdon, mercer. June 5.
R. Brown, Newcastle, wine-merchant. May 22.
M. Bryan, Sheerness, flopfeiler. May 22.
J. Borlare, Oxtord, cornchandler. June >.
'r. Blirs, Trowbridge, grocer. May 29.
y, Bague, Conduit-irect, merchani. May i6. w. Barrett, Choplid, linnedraper. Ellis, Curior.fcet.
1. Budd, Rumsey, tallow-chandler. May 30.
W. Butlin, Bithupigate treet, grocer. June 5.
3. Beyer, Theyer.ftreet, upholder. May 26.
}: . Juiste g. R. Blake way, Earthope, Salop, litrenar and naltiterTorrant, w. Hinley, High Melton, York, Contactor. Aum.
W. Barrow and J. Barrow, Norwich, warehousemen. June 15.
S. Bradbury, Báningball.it rect, broker June 20.
C. S. Bradley, Bristol, tobacconift. June 12.
J. Collin, Broad-treet, merchant. May 19.
1. Clutterbuck, York.treel, brewer. May 12.
J. Cook, Kertbury, clothier. May 25.
L. Cohen, Wapping, merchant, June 2.
J. Carter, Malden, carpenter. Juiy ?.
5. Care, Fore-treet, haberdacher. June 16.
J. Curtis, Warwick-Street, hurnefs-faker. Junto
J. Clegg, Manchester, fuftia-manutacturer. June 15.
1. Dump, St. Muy Axe, merchant. June 29. W. Fainan, Middle Temple, fcrivener,
j. Ditcham, Bear-cane, carpenter. May 19.
E. Davies, Caermarthen, shopkeeper. May 19
J. T. Deeble, Cunson-treet, upholtterer. May 16 $. Fox, Nottinghain, mercer. Nardusui and Murter.
P.) Denpidintell, James-treet, Hanover-square. June
D. Elliot, Cuihion-court, merchant. May s.
M. Foulkes, Kathen, horie-dealer. May 29.
X. Fuey, Colchester, thopkeeper. May 31.
T. Francis and A. Weir, Suanica, thopkeepers. May 13.
J. Fewher, Minchinhainpton, innkeeper. June 23.
J. Garret: and B. Hainway, oxford-Areet, glais-fellers. June se
B. Golding and ). S. Macsamara, Queen-itreet. June jo. I. Heod, Grove-treet, Bathwick, Somersei, Cuachnaker, &c.
N. S. Gardiner, Wardrobe-place, Doctors-cousmons. Jude,
J. Gould, Coventry, factor. May 20.
E. Gardner, Cruydun, and T. Gill, Chris Church. June 19
1. Holland, Bermondiey, thipwright. May 22.
W. Hicks, Selby, baker. May 23.
A. Hartley, Lancaster, milliner, May 24.
J. Hewett, Goditen, carpenter. May 22.
T. Hutchins, Worcefter, rope-matter. May 24.
J. Harrison, Manchetter, merchant. June 19.
J. Hoyle, Wutherlane, Hallifax, dyer. June 6.
T. Harris, Patil's-court, Wood-ftreet, noser, &c. Jude S. w. Jonpron, jun. Leawen, butcher. Wijn, Caf.prad.
L. Holloway, Padding: on, saduler. June 7
D. Hart, Golport, filvertinith. June 7
J. R. Jowert, Fleet-street, mercer. April 28
T. Jeffrey, Old Jewry, linen-draper. May 23
J. Jackfon, Brosnpton, Apothecary. June 9
W' J'Antro, Ponietract, brandy-merchant. June 16
J. Kerrod, Hackncy, bricklayer. June 7
J. K ohn, New-court, 'Thrugmorton-treet, merchant. JUDCS
$. Levy, Little Aile-street, watch-maker. Juties M. Luvely, Hendoh, thupkeeper. Jeneing and ind, Niw inn.
T. Ledeard, Rochefer, soap-maker. June 9 k Lawrence, Now Wino, brick ayer. Duill and Matberes.
P. Morgan and A. Strother, Crescent, Minories, June S
A. Merry, London, merchant, May 22
T. Martuin, Cloth-fair, mercer. May 26
J. Marthall and J. Longcake, Washington, mercers. June
m. Nistoti, Manchester, coru-dealer: june is
R. Oliphant and M. Anderfon, Fenchurch-buildings. June
T. Outteridge, Brenchley, Kent, dealer. Juoc 16
T. Owen, Manchester, vintner, June 11
D. Prowell, Bruomnigrove, grocer. May 12
T. Fastiela, Kow, Carpcuier. June 9
M. l'age and T. Burrows, Great Queen-freet, faddlers. May 19.
T. Yarke, Lancaster, merchant, May 21
7. Phillips, Stourpot, wal-merchant. May 21
J. Pintuld and R. Grittihs, Watling-treet. May ! W. Phillips, Walcuit, caipeater and buuder. Bromé and Puro
w. w. Proiler and R. Cutter, Tenchurch-Areei. June 16 nger, Gray's inn.
A. Ross, Great Ruffel-freet, army-clothier, June 29
). Radford, Bridgewater, currier. May 16
D. Ryan, Swallow-fireci,
viatualler. May 26
J. Rebron, Croydon, faddler. June S
J. Riley, Setheld, Anen-draper. May 3!
T. Reeves, fen. Brick-lane, Spitalfields, wine-merchant. June 19
J. Kubrun, Croydon, fadler. June go
J. Smith and W. Brown, Finsbury-Iquare. May 13
W. Smith, King's Aims-yard, scrivener. junes
J. Simms, Manche.ler, luftian manufacturer. June 19 fors, Warwick-prest.
Ti skenfield, Brito, tiirber-merchani, June 4
J. Smith, Bridgnorth, haberdasher. June 19
w. Sluele, Selby, baker. June 6
J. Southerdon, Rye, grocer. June 19
R. Sunith, cxturd-firect, grocer. June
J. Smith. Duke-free, Grotrenor-Square, bricklayer. Judes
W. Scurge/, Si. Martin's-ceuth, hosier: June 16
John Scurt, Loadou, inerchant, and informace-bruker. June 7
D. Troup, Gondinan's-yard, 'herchant. June 2
J. Thompton, Southwark, chcefemonger. Junes
T. Thornton, Spalding, shopkeeper. Junes
W. Thompton, Ked-Ljos-treet, Clerkenwell, June 26 J. Wood, kippoa, dealer. Robins, Gray's inn-place.
G. Woodward, Tontine inn, Madeley, innholder. May 3
J. Weston, Shelton, potter. May 24
J. Ward, Tean, butcher, May 33
Wheeler, Bristol, draper. May 22
k. Wedgwood, Burfler, potter. May 25
J. Woolan, Sheffield, ironmonger, June 23
K. Woodfield and W. Orton, Corestry, grocers. Jude
M. Wauch and J. Price, Lecce, book fejles. June 6,
E. Willos, Redbrook, Eltham, milk-dealer. Juae 16
PROVINCIAL OCCURRENCES. NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM,
to Miss Barbara Rowell, of Stelling, near A must ingenious and yet simple combina. Corbridge. tion of machinery, for the purposes of regu
Died.] In Newcastle, in his 69th year, Luting the conveyance of waggons, laden after a long and very painful illness, Mr. with coals, down an inclosed plane, from William Newton, architect. His integrity Benavell collery, on the north-lide of the and attable manners procured him a respect Tyne, to the Staith at the border of the able circle of friends in private life ; and his river, and for bringing up the waggons,' profeftional reputation will be perpetuated by when unloaded, by the same pou er that re the various edifices planned and built under sited its projectile impetus in the descent, his directions, in this and the adjacent has lately been perfected and brought intó counties. ure by Mr. Barncs. The length of the rail At Easingwold, Mr. Robert Yates. way, on which the waygon runs, is 864 At Hebburn, Mír. John James. The office yards, which distance it defcends in two ini- of parish clerk to this town had been succefnutes and a halt, and reaícends in the same sively held by his grandfather, his faiher, space of time;. 10 that the loaded wagzon can
and himself, for the term of 132 years. be let down with ease and safety, the coul
At Berwick, Mr. William Phorion, printer' discharged, and the empty waygon returned and bookseller. to the pit, within the compass of leven CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORELAND. minutes! The impelling and the relifting Married.] At Whitehaven, captain Henry powers of motion, are derived from a plum- Fisher, of the Favourite, to Miss Eleanor met, weighing 164cwt. which the waggon Plasket, youngest daughter of the late capa in descending ani afcending, alternately tain John Plaket. railes and lowers the depth of 144 yards. The At New Hutton, near Kendal, William rope, by which the waggon is impederi and Sleddall, efq. to Mirs Holmes. accelerated, winds rounds che axis of a large At Brampton, Mr. Thomas Hutton, of wheel, in a niche or groove in the middle, Soulby, pear Kirkbystephen, to Miss Jane that gives the rope only space to coil round Noble, of High How. upon itself, and thereby guards against all pol At Hawkethead, Mr. Harrison, of Hawkes. tibility of entanglement. Near to the axis of head Hall, to Mrs. Towaton. the large coiling wheel, there is ao oblique in Died.] At Whitehaven, in her 7ift year, indention of cait iron, wliich corresponds with Mrs. Ann Skelton. Mr. James Raney lo and works into a ūmilar conformation on the his 26th year, Mr. George Stalker, jun. Tim of a smaller wheel; round which the After a short illness, Mr. Ralph Hendley. plummet rope is coiled or warped, and is, At Carlisle, aged 45, Mr. James Boustield, in consequence thereof, moved round only linen-draper. once in lix rotations of the luspending and At Kendal, Mr. Batty Hodgson, tobaccoretracting wheel, which exactly corresponds nist, and an alderman of the corporation. Mr. with the elevation of the weight and the de- John Swainson, currier. icent of the waggon. To preceive the rope At Scorings, near Reswick, in her 75th Brom injury, by dragging on the ground, year, Mrs. Martha Gibson. zollers with iron pivots and brass sockets, for At Lowca, aged 76, Mr. Joseph Youngit to run upon, are elevated in the middle of hufhand, shoemaker. the rail-way; but fufficiently low to prove At Keswick, aged 63, Mrs. Dinah Clark. rio obstruction to the waggon, which pasies At Low Barkhouse, Setmurthy, aged 2$, over them.
Mrs. Irvin. Married.] At Newcastle, Mr. Robert Frost, jun. to Miss Todd, of Mitrord. Mr. From Mr. Seaton, the treasurer's annual J. A. Kidd, engraver and copper-plate printer, report of the state of the woollen manufactory, to Miss Atkinton, Mr. Thomas Ratcliff, to delivered in at the last Pontefract leflions, it Miss Brown, of Jarrow.
appears, that of broad cloths there have been At North Shields, Mr. W. Turnbull, manufactured in the last year, pieces 229,292 matter of the John and Richard, to Mits ---yards, 7,235,038; which gives a decrease Lowrčy.
from the returnsof the preceding year, of At 'Tynemouth, Mr. Robert Ranhaw, ai 17,478 pieces, amounting to 595,498 yards. torney, of North Shields, to Miss Ann Puit. Narrow cloths, on the other hand, have exück, of South Shields.
perienced an increafe, there having been miaAt Ovingham, Mr. John Hail, broker, of nufactured in the course of the last year, Newcaitle, to Mifs Jane Brown, of Wylan. 156,709 picces, or 5,503,648 yards, giving
Mr. Robert James, late of the Cock Inn, an increaic of 5115 pieces, or 257,944 yards. Newcaftle, to Mits Mary Swinburn, of New Married.] At York, Mr. Lonsdale, linenbuite.
draper, to Mrs. Howell. Mr. Wm. Afley,' At Corbridge, Mr. Lancelot Arm trong, Glversmith, to Miss Clark. glor, to dliis Isabella Rewcaitie.
At Knaresborough, Mr. George Henlock, si Byweli, Mr. John Charlton, of Walton, grocer, to Miss Clough.
Yorkshire ... Lancashire.... Cheshire.
391 At Farlington, Mr. Thomas Hall, of Line At Baildon, near Bradford, after a few daye ton upon Ouse, to Miss Hall.
illness, Mrs. Cockshott. At Rotherham, ... Edward Crefwick, of Sheffield, to Miss Mary Holt, fifter to Mr. Married.] At Liverpool, Mr. Thomas Holt, of Newark, printer.
Moss, merchant, to Miss Griffies. Mr. Jon At Hessle, Mr. Scoliin, of the East Riding feph Farrer, merchant, to Miss Eliza Neild, Bank in Beverly, to Miss Brough, of the daughter of Mr. Henry Neild, of Aulling: former place.
ton, in Cheshire. Mr. Edward Thompson, At Wakefield, Mr. Rowland Herst, book- painter, aged 15, to Mrs. Groves, aged 45. seller, to Miss Ann Day, daughter of Mr. Mr. George Atkinson to Miss Mary Evans. John Day, watchmaker. Mr. Thomas Beau At Manchester, Mr. John Parry, merchant, mont, ironmonger, to Miss Ann Richardson; to Miss Wright. Mr. Wm. Fletcher to Miss of Leeds.
Mann. Mr. Thomas Thackery to Miss Mar The Rev. William Williamson, of Pock- riot, of Smedley. lington, second son of W. Williamson, of Lin At Ormikirk, Mr. Wm. Wareing, attor. ton Spring, to Miis Diwfor, only daughter ney, to Miss Catherine Parr, daughter of of Mr. Dawion, of Wighill, near Wetherby. the late alderman John Parr, of Liverpool.
At Doncaster, Mr. Graham, to Mrs. Lifle. At Macclesficld, Mr. Lee, attorney, to
At Hull, Mr. Richardfon, of Pockling- Miss Simpson. ton, to Miss Hall, of Beverley. Mr. Wm. Died.] At Lancaster, aged gr, Mrs. Pa. Lambert to Miss Fearn.
tience Harrison. In her 70th year, Mrs. At Leeds, Mr. Matthew Hewitt, of Bee- Elizabeth Frankland. Suddenly, Mr. Thomas fton, to Miss Burton, daughter of the late Ralph, whitesmith. Mr. Joshua Burton, of Promley. Mr. Philip On his palt: ge from the coast of Africa, Hailt, merchant, to Miss Mary Tipping. Mr. Henry Wood, of Liverpool.
Died.] At York, Jonn Cockthuit, esą. At Manchester, of a lingering consumption, captain in lord Harewood's regiment of sup- borne with great fortitude and resignation, plementary militia. Miss Severs. In his Mrs. Lignum, wife of Mr. John Lignuin, 7ıt year, deferveily esteemed and respected, surgeon. Mr. Thomas Atkinton, archite&t.
At Preston, in a very advanced age, Mrs. At Hull, aged 55, the rev. John Beatron, Hornby. Mr. Charles Roberts, of the royal many years ininister of the Baptist chapel in Preston volunteers. Salthouse Lane. Mr. Thomas Bell, insurance At Bootlo, aged 84, Mr. Edward Ashcroft, broker.
father of Mr. E. Ashcroft, of Spellow House, At Broomley, near Whatley, greatly re near Liverpool. Spected and beloved, Mrs. Ann Rhodes. At Huns Fold, in Tottington, at the ex
At Duncombe Park, Mifs Duncombe, traordinary age of 102 years, Mr. Richard eldest surviving daughter of Charles Slingby Hamer. He retained the ute of all his faculDuncombe, efq.
ties to the last day of his life, and within a Suddenly, the Rev. Dr. Hunter, rector of fortnight of his decease, could eat a hard Thurnícoe.
crust of bread as ealily as in his youth. He In his 69th year, Joseph Wilkinson, esq. has left a daughter and son-in-law, whose of Wherley Hill, near Bradford.
joint ages amount to 154 years. At Barlsworth, the Rev. Mr. Rawlinson. Mr. Hughes, wife of Mr. M. Hughes, of At Beverley, aged 42, Mr. Hudson, St. Helen. At her house at Carthorpe, in the North At Skipton in Craven, suddenly, Mr. Riding, on the 6th inst. Mrs. Elney, widow Thomas Wharton, innkeeper. of the late rev. Gregory Elsey, Vicar of At Wigan, Mrs. Lowe, wife of Mr. James Burnefton.
Lowe, fuftian manufacturer. Mr. Christy. At Louth, Mrs. Wriggleworth, wife of Mr. Ellam. Mr. N. Wriggleworth, warden of that corporation. This gentleman's family furn shes a Married.] At Chester, Philip Humber. remarkable instance of fatality; his three fton, esq. to Miss Cotton, eldest daughter of fons, together with his wife, all dying within the rev. the dean of Chester. the space of 14 mionths.
At Nantwich, the rev. John Latham, cuAt South Cave, Mr. John Robinson, late rate of that place, to Miss Snelson, daughter deputy comptroller of the customs at the port of Mr. Snellon, itationer. of Scarborough.
At Overton, Mr. Thomas Clarke, to Miss "After a few hours illness, Mr. Wainwright, Ellen Downs. of Ferrybridge, poftmaster of that place, and At Prestbury, Charles Antrobus, efq. of one of the partners in the Leeds pottery. Alloftock, to Miss Broadhurit, of Henbury.
At Scholes, near Leeds, the youngest son Dicd.] At Chelter, aged 93, Mrs. Mary of colonel Brooke.
· Wetenhall. In her 83d year, Mrs. Barnston. At Thorner, likewise near Leeds, Mr. Mr. Thomas Hand, corkcutter. Mr. Wm. Marmaduke Parson, many years a local Currie. Mr. Wm. Dicas,' attorney. Miss preacher in the late Mr. Westley's con Gregory, of Sealand, Derion.
At Handbridge, near Chester, Mr. Woods. MONTH. Mag. No. XXXI.
392 Derbyshire...Nottinghamshire.... Lincolnshire...Rutland, &c.
Near Chester, Edward Gafhell, efq. This Tomkinson, of Norman Cross. Mr. Chvies gentleman, on account of certain pecuniary Boughton to Miss Rayment. disappointments, secluded himself from so At Legiby, near Raifin, Mr. Cafterton, ciety for the long term of 28 years.
organist of St. Peter at Arches, Lincol2, 208 At the Glass-house, near Chester, Mrs. teacher of mufis, to Miss Sarah Fox, of CalWitter.
low. At Stoke, near Nantwich, Mr. William At Tydd St. Mary's, the rex. Mr. Jere Sprofton.
ram, of Long Sutton, to Miss Ann Stanger, At Middlewich, aged 81, Mr.John Seaman. of the former place.
At Wigtoft, Mr. Thomas Boxer, grazier, Married.] At Gresley, the rev. Wm. to Miss Sandall. Gresley to Miss Louisa Gresley, daughter of Died.] At Boston, in her 23d year, much the late Sir Nigal Gresiey, bart.
lamented, Miss Tayton. At Melbourne, Mr. 'Culien, draper, of At Whittlesea, Mrs. Aveling, grocer. She Nottingham, to Miss Chamberlain, of the was in perfect health a few minutes previcas former place.
to her sudden death, .. Dred.] At Derby, at the Bell Inn, Mr. At Grantham, Mrs. Winter, wife of Mfr. S. Bird, of Manchester. He was reized the Winter, grocer. preceding day with an apoplectic fit, to which At Raithby, Sophia Davis, eldeft daughte: his sudden death is attributed. In her 83d of Mr. Davis, of Loughborough. year, Mrs. Wolley.
At Bourn, in his 67th year, George PoAt Ibstock, Mr. Thomas Dethick, son of chin, efq. colonel of the Leiceiterhire regio Mr. Dethick, of Willington.
ment of militia, and deputy lieutenant ani
magistrate for the counties of Leicefter a Married.] At Nottingham, Mr. R. Kil- Lincoln. At the first forming of the multa ling!ey, to Miss Maria Wilson: Mr. Thomp- for this county, Mr. P. was appointed case fon, furgeon, of Newark, to Miss Fletcher, cain, and served till the conclusion of daughter of John Fletcher, gent. of Notting- war in 1763. In the year 1778, he was preham.
moted to the rank of lieutenant-colonel, in At Arnold, Mr. John Stubbins, jun. of which fituation he served during the Ame. Notti:gham, hosier, to Miss Mary Cooke, of rican war, and, upon the death of the duke Redhill, in the parish of Arnold.
of Rutland, in 1787, he was appointed to be Died.] At Nottingham, Mrs. Mayne. Mr. command of the regiment. In his pebeasca Bradwell, sen. Aged 32, after a long illness, pacity he was moit deservedly eftecnred, ua which the bore with great fortitude, Mis. good soldier, and a faithful, upright and iaRagsdale, of the Three Crowns Inn, in Par- flexible magistrate; in the retired walks * liamcnt-street. Mrs. Barton.
domestic privacy, his benevolence an u At Brancote, near Nottingham, in his form integrity procured him the reipce ar? 86th year, Mr. George Robinson. His death love of all who had an opportunity of ksoa. is fincerely regretted.
ing him. At Bingham; aged 68, Mrs. Stafford, At Navenby, near Lincoln, in her <3 widow of Mr. Statfurd, many years a respect- year, Mrs. Elizabeth Gill, wife of Mi. able school-master in that town.
seph Gill, wheelwright. At Gedling work house, in his 96th year, · John Flinders, pensioner. He lerved his Married.] At Ketton, Mr. Stanger, to country 62 years in the capacity of a soldier, Miss Kirke. 34 of which he was a gunner in the royal ar Died.) At Barrow, Mr. Darker, farmer tillery, 22 years in the 8th, or king's own and grazier. regiment of foot, and lix years in the 520 re Mrs. Berridge, wife of Mr. Berrijgs, * giment, general Lambton. Whilst in the Cortesmore, farmer and grazier. 8th regiment, he was present in fix battles At Empingham, Mr. Bradthaw, gzeand two fieges, viz. the battles of D:ttingen, keeper to Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bart. Fontenoy, Falkirk, Culloden, Rackoo, and Val, and the fieges of Stirling Castle and Earl Moira has enrolled himself a private Bergen-op-Zoom. He was rewarded for his volunteer in the Leicefter yeomarry cavalry. long and faithful services, by a pengon from Died.). At Leicester, Mr. Ireiand, priares, government, which enabied him in his old to Miss Miller. Mr. Iliff, draper, to Mils age to live comfortably in his native parish Keep, of Kettering. of Gedling; but it is a remarkable circum Mr. Thomas Mitchell, of Billefico, ftance, that, after making experiment of Miss Chamberlain, of Syston. many private families, the preferred boarding Died.] At Leicester, Mrs. Lowdtan, himself in the parish work house for several widow of the late Mr. F. G. Lowahan, years previous to his decease.
holier. Aged 82, Mrs. Wolverftaa, wide
of Mr. Wolverítan, of Bole Hul, StaffordMarried.) At Stamford, after a courtship shire. She was a very eccentric, but a the of a few days, Christopher Peat, efq. to same time amiable character. Mr. Thomas Mrs. Tomkinson, widow of the late Mr. Bird.
Staffordshire....Warwickshire.... Shropshire....Worcestershire. 393 At Melton, in the bloom of youth, Miss At Cakemore, near Hales Owen. Mr. Alice Healy, of Shoby.
Thomas Adams. Mr. James Preston, farmer, of Burton La
The beautiful turret of the church of St. STAFFORDSHIRE.
Chad's, in Shrewsbury, will speedily receive Married.) At Wolverhampton, Mr. Me an acquigtion of a new peal of twelve beils, thoin, bookbinder, to Miss Spink.
which have been pronounced, by competent At Cheadle, Mr. Thomas Smith, tanner, judges, to he the best mufical peal in the to Miss Elizabeth Tipper.
kingdom. Mr. Thomas Mayer, of Lane End, maltīter, Dolarried.] At Shrewsbury, M. T. Ede to Mrs. Salt, of Stafford.
warcis, of Myford, Montgomeryshire, to Mrs. At Elienhall, Mr. Ah, of Ecclehall, to Rogers, of Frankwell. Mr. Richards to Miss Addison, of the former place.
Miss Yall, of Preiton. At Burton upon Trent, lieut. Charles At Bihoy's Castle, Mr. Bodenham, linen. Perks, of the Burton volunteer infantry, of draper, of Shrewibury, to Miis Suian Home, Sinai Park, near Burton, to Miss Sherratt, of the former place. of the former place.
At Ofweitry, Mr. Rogers, 'of Cruseinere, Mr. Owen, of Tutbury Woodhouse, to to Miss Sarah Cruxon. Miss Deavil, of Marchington.
At St. Chai's, Mr. Gregory, of che Bog Died.] At Stafford, aged 83, Mrs. Mary Mines, to Miss Mary Pugh, of Kinne:ton. Groen. In her 630 year, Mrs. Fellows. A Diedl.] At Shrewsbury, Mrs. Elakcway, few minutes preceding her death, she had wife of Mr. Johua Blake way, of the Abbey been walkisg in her garden in perfect health. Foregate. In her 86th year, after a very se
At Wolverhampton, Mrs. Brown. She vere illness, Mrs. Ramibottom.. Aged 64, went to bed the preceding night in apparent Mr. Evan Owen. good health.
At Ludlow, in lis 75th year, captain Wm. At the same place, in his 64th year, Mr. Pugh. Mis Harley, wite of Mr. Harley, John Turnpenny Altrec.
dyer. Mrs. Collier. Mifs Jordan. Aged 75, Mrs. Lycett, of Shallowford.
At Acton, Reynold Hall, Mr. Robert At Sedgely, Mrs. Powell, wife of the rev. Smith. Mr. Powell,
At Whitchurch, aged 72, Mr. William
Batho. Mr. Thomas Jebb, miller. Married.] At Birmingham, Mr. Samuel At Wellington, aged 72, Mr. Thomas Ore. Heely to Miss Ketland. Mr. Wm. Hunt to He was upwards of 40 years agent to the late Miss Jane Colley. Mr. Samuel Weaver to Edward Cludde, efq. of Orlton, and through Miss Sarah Walker. Mr. Benjamin Alhwell the long period of his life, uniformly mainto Miss Elizabeth Best. Mr. Boddington to tained the character of Itrict integrity, and Miss Mary Russell, of Foleshill, near Co was universally esteemed for the goodness of ventry.
his heart. At Coventry, Mr. Thomas Howell, to At Welshponi, Mr. Thomas Parry, one of Miss Sarah Pearson, of Birmingham.
the aldermen of that corporation. At Handsworth, Mr. Richard Dean, to At Burlton, aged 74, Mrs. Ann PernMiss Elizabeth Baker.
berton. Died.) At Birmingham, Mr. Richard Underhill. Mr. John Green, druggist and Married.] At Longdon, Mr. Thomas Hill, banker. Mr. Dicken, builder. Aged 71, farmer, of New Town, near Worcester, to Mr. Johr Beardmore. Mr. Henry Lutwyche. Miss Susan Ireland, of the former place. After a long and painful indisposition, Mr. At King's Norton, Edward Owen, esq. of Collins. Miss Holmes. Of a decline, Miss Garth, Merionethfiire, to Miss Highway, Westwood, eldest daughter of Mr. O. Welt- of Moneyhill, in this county. wood. Mrs. Palin. Mrs. Corne.
Died.] At Worcester, Mrs. Dennis. Sude At Coventry, after a short illness, Mrs. denly, while sitting in a chair at her fou's Davies, brazier. She has left nine children house, Mrs. Handy, aged 80. Universally to lament her loss. Mr. Stephen Scotton. regretted, Mr. Henry Were. He served the Mrs. White.
office of mayor in 1795. At the advanced Mr. Richard Groves, of Great Barr. He age of 98, Mrs. Susannah Davis. was a very ingenious and skilful mechanic. Ac Role Place, near Worcester, Miss Eliza
At Foleshill, near Coventry, Mr. Benja. Glover Williams, second daughter of Thomas min Fidoe.
Williams, erg. At Shrewley, in the parish of Hatton, in At Bromsgrove, after a short illness, Mr. this county, Mrs. Archer, widow of the late John Webb, attorney. Mr. Lawrence Archer. No woman
At Inkberrow, Mr. Thomas Davies, fare maintained a more amiable and respectable character.
At Droitwich, Mr. Wm. Smith, grazier. At Spark Brook, near Birmingham, in his At Hinton Lane, near Worceitor, Mr. Bcl77th year, Mr. William Shore.
lanıy, timber-merchant. At Handworth, near Birmingham, Mr. Mrs. Lucas, wife of Mr. Lucas, farmer, of William Chamberlain.
the Little Lodge, Hancury.