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State of Public Afairs in January. [Feb. 1, mitted by the Secretary of State himself, in tant objects of reinforcing her armies on the his letter of the 19th of October, viz. that Danube, and of controuling the spirit of rr.. the three conditions forming the substance of sistance in the north of Germany. These Mr. Erskine's original instructions were sub- considerations determined his Majesty to ein. misted to him by that gentleman. The ploy his fosces in an expedition to the other, viz. that the instruction is the only Scheldt. one in which the conditions were prescribed " Although the principal ends of this exto Mr. Erskine, for the conclusion of an are pedition have not been attained, his Jiajesty rangement o. the matter to which it related, confidently hopes that advantages, traterially is known to me lig the instructions which I affecting the security of his Majesty's domihave myseif received.
nions in the further prosecution of the war, “ La stacing these facts, and in adhering to will be found to result from the demolition of them, wh va my duly.imperiously enjoined the docks and arsenals at Flushiny. This De to do, in order to repel ibe frequent important object his Majesty was enabled to charges of ill faith which have been made accomplish, in consequence of the reduction a 4..st his Majesty's government, I could not of the Island of Walcheren, by the valour of inagine that ofience would be taken at it by his fleets and armies. the samerican government, as most certainly “ His Majesty has given directions that none could be intended on my pare; and this such documents and papers should be laid be. view of ihc sulyject has been made known to fore you, as he trusts will afford satisfactory Lir. Smith.
information upon the subject of this expe“But as I am informed by him, that no dition. farther communication will be received from * We have it in command to state to you me, I conceive that I have no alternative that his Majesty had uniformly notified to lelt, which is consistent with the King's Sweden his Majesty's decided wish, that in dignity, but to with raw altogether from this determining upon the question of peace or city, and to awali else where the arrival of his war with France, and other Continental Rajesty's commards, upon the unlooked for lovers, she should be guided by consideraturn which has been given to his atiairs in tions resulting from her own situatio and inthis country.
terests; while his Majesty therefore laments " I mean, in the interval, to make New that Sweden should have found it necessary York the place of my residence, where you to purchase peace by considerable sacrifices, will henceforward please direct your commu. his Majesty cannot complain that she has nications to me, as I shall be accompanied by concluded it without his Majesty's participaevery member of his Majesty's mission, tion. It is his Majesty's earnest wish that no
“I am, with great truth and respect, Sir, event may occur to occasion the interruption your most obedient humble servant,
of those relations of amity which it is the des “F. JACKSON,” sire of his Dajesty, and tbe interests of boch GREAT BRITAIN.
countries, to preserve. The Imperial Parliament of Great “ We have it further in command to comBritain commenced its Session on the municate to you, that the efforts of his 250 of January, with the following Majesty for the protection of Portugal have Speech from thic Throne, read by the been, powerfully aided by the confidence Lord Chancellor, csing to inis Majesty's Majesty, and by the co-operation of the local
woich the Prince Regent has reposed in his continued bliveness.
Government, and of the people, of that .66 My Lords ond Gingkoren,
country. The expulsion of the Freach from “ His Misjesty cominans as to express to Portugal, by his Majesty's forces under Lieut. you his deep regret that the exertions of the
General Lord Viscount Wellington, and the Emperor of Auscria against the ambition and giorious victory obtained by him at Talavera, violence of France have proved unavailing, contributed to check the progress of the and that his Imperial Majesty has been coni
French arms in che Peninsula during the late peiled to abandon the contest, and to conclude
campaign. a disaj varita enus pace. Although the war
" His Majesty directs us to state that the was uddertaken by that monarch withouten- Spanish Government, in the name and by couragement on the pat vt his Majesty, every the authority of King Ferdinand the Seventh, $ttort was made for the assistance of Austria
has determined to assemile the general and which his Majesty dermed consistent with
exiraosoinary .cortes of the nation. His the due support of his lies, and with the Majesty trusts that this measure will give weifane and interest of his own dominions.
fresh animation and vigour to the councils “ An attack upon the naval armamenty and
and the arms of Spain, and successtully direcc establishmenis in the scheidi allorded at once
the energies and spiret of the Spanish people the pruspect of destroying a growing force,
to the maintenunces of cheir legitimate mo. which was daily biccoming more tormidanle Darchy, and to the ultimate deliverance of to the security of this country, and of divert their country. is g the exertions vi biance from the inspor
“ The most important considerations of
policy and of good faith require, that as long most effectual support, under the continued
In the Lords an amendment of the Ad.
ment was' moved by Lord Gower, and " His Majesty commands us to acquaint there divided for it 107, and for the Ada
In the present alarming state of the ment of the United States has been suddeniy country, the City of London has done and unexpect.dly interrupted. His Majesty great honour to itself by its spirited sincerely repress this event: he has, however, proceedings. The fillowing is a copy received the strongest assurances from the
of the late Resnlutions and Peticion of American Minister resident at this Court, the Livery in Camon Ball. that the United States are desirous of main
SAJITH, MAYOR. taining friendly relations between the two In a Meeting or Assembly of the Mayor, countries. This desire will be met by a cor- Alderman, and Liverymen, of the several responding disposition on the part of his Companies of the City of London, in Majesty.
Commou Hali assembled, at :a:Guildhall « Gerilemen of the House of Commons, of che said Citý, on Tuesday, the 9th " His Majesty has directed us to inform of January, 1810. you, that he has ordered the estimates for the e solved unanimously, current year to be laid before you : his Ma- 1. That it is the undoubted right of the jesty has directed them to be 'vrmed wi all Lord Mavor, Aldermen, and Livry, of the the attention to economy which the support City of London, to present cheir p.citions to of his ailies and the security of bis dominions the King sitting upon his Throne; that out will permit. And his Majesty relies upon of personal feelings towards their Sovereign your zeal and loyalty to afford hiin such sup- they did at the last Common Hall ware plies as may be necessary for i huse essential the exercise of this right. objects.
2. Resolved unanimously, That it appears, “ He commands us to express how deeply chac the Secretary of State informed the he regrets the pressure upon his subjects, Sheriffs, that the Petition of the Livery which the protracted continuance of the war could be received only through his Office, renders inevitable.
that they have been denied not only the “ My Lords ard Genen:en,
usual access to his Majesty, by a personal au“ We are commanded by his Majesty to dience, but the undcubted right of presenting express bis hope that you will resuine the the same when they had actual acies to his consideration of the state of the interior Majesty at the Levee, wbere they attended clergy, and adopt such further measures upon to present, and did present, a Petition from this interesting subject, as may appear to you
the Court of Cemon Council.
9. Resolved unanimously, That such de“ We have it further in command to state' nial is not only subversive of the Rights of to you, that the accounts which will be laid the Livery, but a flagrant violation of the before you of the trade and revenue of the Right of Petitioning, claimed, demanded, country, will be found highly satisfactory. and insisted upo!, and confirmed to them by
“ Whatever temporary and portial incon. the Bill of Rights. venience may have resulted from the measures 4. Resclved unan'mously, That all tom. which were directed by France against those plaints of the misco.uce and incapacity of great sourees of our prosperity and strength, his Majesty's Servants are most likely to be those measures have wholly failed of produ. nugatory, if such complaints must past cing any permanent'or general effect. through the hands of those very servants,
«. The inveterate hostility of our enemy and the People can have no security that coutinues to be directed against this country, their complaints are heard. with unabated animosity and violence. To 5. Resulved, That whoever advised his guard the security of liis Majesty's dominions, Majesty not to receive the petition of the and to defeat the designs which are medicated Livery in the accustomed and established against us and our allies, will require the ut- mode, have committed a scandolous breach most efforts of vigilance, fortitude, and per- of their duty, violated one of the first prin.
to be proper.
ciples of the Constitution, and abused this ." In every difficulty and danger his Majes. confidence of their Sovereign. ty confidently trusts that he shall derive the • Resolved unanimously, Thas this ComMoxTHLY Mag. No. 195.
Alphabetical List of Bankruptcies. (Feb. 1, mon Hall, disregarding all attempts and de- --the correction of public abures--the abosigns of interested and corrupt hirelings, who lition of all unnecessary places and pensions derivé emoluments from the national bur- -the shortening of the duration of Parliathens, to impute unworthy and disloyal mo. ments, and restoring them to their constitutives to those who resist unprincipled and cionai purity and independence, as the only dangerous encroachments upon their establish- means of retrieving our public affairs, and cd rights, are determined, to the utmost of enabling this country succestuily to contend their power, tu maintain them against those against surrounding nations. evil Counsellers, who have thus raised a bar. 8. Resolved unanimously, That the Sherier between the King and the People, and riffs, attended by Mr. Remembrancer, do thereby prevent:d their just complaints from forthwith wait upon his Majesty, anu deliver 'Teaching the Royal ear.
into his Majesty's hand, in the name of the 7. Resolved, That the following instructions Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Livery of Lonbe given to our Representatives in Parliament: don, a fuir copy of the foregoing Resolutions, Gentlemen, You are hereby instructed to signed by the Town Clerk move in the House of Commons (or support 9. Reolved unanimously, That the Thanks such motion if moved) for an lumble Ad- of this Meeting be given to the Right Hon. dress to his Majesty, praying for an imme. the Lord Mayor, for his independent behavi. diate and rigid inquiry into the course of the our upon all occasions, and particularly for unexampled failures and disasters which have his conduct this day. attended our late Expeditions to Spain, Por- 10. Resolved unanimously, That the tugal, and Holland, whereby the blood and Thanks of this Meeting be given to Sheriff trasure of the country have been shameful. Wood, for his general conducí, and for his ly sacrificed, without rendering any effectual having requested an audience of his Majesty, assistance to our allies, checking the progress agrceable to the instructions of this Rall. of the enemy, or tending to the glory or see Resolved unanimously, 'Tha: the Resolu. curity of his Majesty's crown and dominions. tions of this day, together with the Petition You are also instructed to support all notions agreed upon on the lefth day of Deceüber which have for their object inquiry into the last, be signed by the Town Clerk, and pubviolation of the right of pecitioning-into lished in the Morning papers. the wasteful expenditure of the public money
ALPHABETICAL LIST of BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced betarra
the 2011 of December, and the 20th of January, extracted from the London Guzelles,
Criche'cy, Edmond Richard, Thington, lint manufaurer.
(le, Chifford's in it
Curtis Wiriam, Bayisator, dealer and chapu,an. (Bower. (The ScLeitor's Names are between Parèntbesis.) Citiro'sing
Derley A. Holbort, viavaller. (Whitton, Great James AL LNER George Perkins, Weymouth, fador. (Spencer, nrcet, Bedford row Dorchefer, and Person and sun, Teinple.
Davis Merry, Walworth, cap maker. (Ifascy, Buty Athly R. Uxbridge, inakoper. (Riches, Uxbridge, and ficet. St. Mary axe Gale, kedata-treer. Seuford-row
camuti, riadleford, Dorset. (Score, Sherborne, Aline Edward and James Cutper, late of Berrondry, Dorfer but now pritunere iu the King's Bench, merchants.
Dibidale James. Bedrord ftreet, Bedford row, doemaker. Harman, Wine office court
(keinot, Tharies in Atkiofu Williain, Newcate ftreet, boot and Morinaker. Didier Peter and william Tobbett, st. James's treet, took. (Alten Carlin itreet, Soho
fellers. (Wilkinton and Young Cavenih rywart Baily J. Hull, merchapt. (Lumunds and son, Lincoln's
Dyer R. Dudley, Worcester, procer. (Robinson, Dualey. In, and Haite, til!
200 Artice and Cox. Temple Sarker J. Sunderland, Durham, erorer. (Donkin, New Pircter Manilan, Leeds, merchant (Upron, Nichol faftia wpon Tyne, aud Thibifon and sun, Hatton
ton, and Mein iugway, Leeus, aad Lainbrit, Matra Garden
K 2100 Barlow James, Nesport, the of Wight, mercer. Pulicy William, Brandon, Suffolk, ciorke and sewell, Newport
(Bremrinke, Terple Seli'jonn Brownie, anu yon De Camp. Catherine ftreet, GilkeTunis, Manner, coach maker. (Partington,
sund, printers. (Swain, Stevens, and Maples, Manicheker. and Paulkre and Lorraill, Gris oid Jewry
Graves R. O1, Othe wite Greavsny folio Rofmary lane, Sennett Char.es, 14). Colchester ftreet, Crutched Frists,
vietnalier. Whittina, Great Janes tree, bedard dry fulier. Dixong Ailen, and Sett, Patternutter.
Humser James. New road, Ratc!life highway. (Whitron Benzion Juke William Holbeach, Lincoln, furzcon.
Great joins Creer. Bedford row (Hites, Lockett, and Finer, Giay's long and James, Hanbury Casel, Seething line, corn fador. Vauderom ... Wisbeach
alid Cyn, Guth line Bishopfzate freet, Atraw hat manufacturer.
Harrington Thomas, Crow Ghett, Soho. trunk maker. (Hudson, City Road
(Hiks. St. Albans dret Bifs Wilton, Priit coal merchant. (Cox, ristol, aud
Kedd: n ), grifol, merchait. (Stri: land, Brizol, and Ja lucido Gry's imp que
Prics and Wuns, i colo's run Bland boot, Milton, Licin, blastn'th. (Ruth won, Hestiin hoina, Great $t. Icu, Bihorfate treet,
Hube.ch, agd Woofi'urth ind Adriafur', taples In Puhen Furet eet Sowser W111 Chachan iron mandiacturer (Muw. Hitchcox Broordtun. Oxford, miller. biay. Bunde. Southwark
(АРn, Баа• Erown Witt, Kepieri, Durdam. mitler.
(Ward, Job'itinn J. Liverpool callow chandler. Windie, Joha Durnani, and jupkom, Caftle itreet, Holtsord
rect Bedtulu Tow", ad Gith and Hinde, Lirer. Capreol humas, linu? Star isurde mosney-fcrivener.
ION Dames, Dordare hill
Jones Wiliam Yerddiy, Liverpool, four dealer (CleChandles Th1072, Betal Green, greast melter. 'W004- ments, Liverpool, Aud kicauck, Lindor waru, cilin dod dolere, and Gilmas. Bunhill row
Jowity Williain, juni Northaiton, York, Cetron Horace bal bury, Cucked, Sureux, febvolmaster,
Firenai), Yarin, York, ud F.XACY, Chancej bat. (Bulkley, Newviau-tract, Oxford cuart
! Joyu fon Joreph, Stourport, Worcester, hop merchant. Bailey Thomas, Birmingham, vidualler. Jan. 16 (Clarke and Proc, Hedley
Baku George, City road, coich maker, Jan. 27 Kenvorhy Wilian, Pindleton, Lanca hire, joiner. (Hew. Banks Richard, ElthaiD, Kent victualler, March 24 iit, Manchetter and Hurl. Temple
Barber Mil s. Lothbury, merchant, Feb. 3 Kimpton Richard Narfeci, York, horre dealer. (Picard Batterbee Baruabas, 'yan, Norfolk, haberdasherJan.
and Bruudley, Hull, and farlow and Roberts, Grays Beck Winia, Ahh pigare areet, dealer and chapman, ion
Jan. D Lee Andrew William, Sunderland, Durham. grocer. Bell Jofeph, Fleur de lis Kreet, Spitalfields, foáp-manu. (Blaki typ. Synond's in, and Shaft, Sunderland
facturer, Jan, jo Lindray Juhn, Newcastle upen Troe, cheese munger. (Dell Sennel Johns, Coulcitone freet, Whitechapel, builder, aqd brodrick, Byw lane, Cheaphice, and seymour,
Fen. 3 Newcastle
Berry Chr ftopher, fen. and Robert Rochester, Norwick, Little Robert and William. Crandon, Hythe and Afford, bokfellers. Jau. 25
Kallinen drapers. (Nind, Throkmorton street Bithus Samuel, Chelte ham, haberdasher, Jan. 10 Longridge Robert and George Friople, Pinber. buru), Blundell James, Lloya's coftco-house, införance brokery callery-undertakers. (el und srodrick, Bow laut,
Feb. 3 and Joinnion, Nevale upon Tyne
Bowles Anthony Thomas, and Thomas Williams, Kent Marrintt Richard, Northalplan, bunker. (Abtey 2nd ftreet, Southwark, grocers. Feh. 10 Marisan, Northampion, ou Hillyard and King, Cop.
Bradliaw William, Sheff. old, grocer, Jan. 26 thall court
Brandin Jofeph Haines. Birrougham, factor, Jan. 18
Broumneau Robert, High Hofburn, haberrather, Jan, 24 Macon John. Bradford. Wilts. lineu draper. (Sheps Brown Ifaac, Marypit Cumberland, brewer, Feb. 8 hard and Adlington, Bea furt row, and Sheppard, Brawo James, jus.Steep, Han's, felmonger, feb. 8
Brynner Jamne, Kine freet, Soho), tastos. Feb 13 Morris William, Birmingham, timber merchant. (Eger. Cainpbeil James, Shakipeare tavrto, Covent Garden, vinte
ton, Gray's ana juare, and Spurrier and logitby, otr, Feb. 3 Birmingham
Charlton Cornelius, Ea Farleigh, Kent, yeoman, Feh, 2. Nucklow lanes, whitecross Dreet, butcher. (Venner, Cleethani james, Failworth, Lancatter, manufacturer, Wanitet, Titarny bluare
Jan 27 Yarker Thoinas ant Joan (udge, sroken church, Oxford, Chippindal Thotaas, St. Martin's fans, uphollerer, timber dealers. (Parton, Walbrook
March 13 Parker wilmal, Gray's :an, mouey Scrivener. (pafmore,
Olofe William, Leads, Nyer, Jan. 37 Werntos d court
Cine William and Matthew, Leeds, Jan. 27 Pimm John Richard and William Francis P. Mark lane,
Colexio Willian and John, Coventry, grecers, Peb. corofactors. (Hackett, Chancery lane
Curiert Thomas, Frilay Atreet, warehoufernan, Feb. 3. Forter, Williain, Hammerfinith, brewer. (Willis, Great Corrun Lawrence, Fenchurchftreet, merchant, Jan. 18 Ryd. Rreet
Cowpar Ruhert, Carcaton freet, warehousemap, Jars 39 Prime James and Jeremiah Sunith, Birmingham, dealers Crane Thomas, Preton, Lancaster, ironmonger )in. 30 in lace, and Skinner treet, London, horiers. (Davies,
Crean Etwa d, Margaret Kreet, Cavendish Square, car Lochbury
ponter, March Bailey Thomas, and James Huer. Hull, brewers. (Froit,
Crisp sam, Cockfour ftret, perfumer, Jan. 30 Mull, mud Ruler. Bartlett's buigings
Cutting Sau Thomas, Bitkopfxate ftree, plover.Web. Rich wila, Charlotte freet, Whitechapel, tallow- Dand Wiliar, Whitehaven, mulin manufacturer, Feb, chander. (Wilfon, Temple
Davidfon Edward Aitkine, Newcatle upon Tyne, grocera koper in Hood füitch timber merchant. (Leigh aud
Jadi, 21 Matult, New Briuse freet, Blacktriars
Davies David, Carmarthen, ironmonger, Jan. 19 sowiey Jatres, Bow lanc, Cheapfide, warehou femnan. Davies Samuel and Peter, Drayton in Hales, Salop, baakPulley Fort Atret
ers, Jan. 16 Sevill Jofeph, Green lane, Saddleworth, York, cotton
Davi s Peter, Magchefter, liquor merchant, Feb. s maoufadurer. (Cardwell, Manchester
Deakin John. Manchester, manufacturer, Feb. 20 Short William and John Hopper, Ciapham, carpenters.
Dean Willard, Kentou ftreet, Rufleli fquare, thopkeeper, (Ware, Southwark
Jan. 2 Simpron George. Maricheter, victualler. (Ellis, Chan. Dewhitit John, Halifax, erocer, Feb. 7. cery lane, edilne, Manchester
Douds Jofrph, Aldersgate street, gold mith, Jan. 37 Bingleron J. A. Mancheker, witchmaker. (Edge, Mat- Drewry William, jun. Falkingham, Lincolu, carpenter, cheter
Feb. 19 S locuinte Joreph, Brimol, Natter. (Sheppard, Bach, Dudley Charles Stokes, Gracechurch treet, merchant, Leman, driftoi, and Shephard and Adlington, Bedford Jan. 6
Eadin George, Bermondfey Areet, leather dresler. Feb. 3 Boallwood George, Beech treet. Barhican, brass founder. Eins Charles Roberts Middle New 'treet, jewellery (Harris and on, Caft: Atreet, Hound ditch
Fob 3 Spencer Abraham, Rafingballitreet, woollen draper. (old.
Ellis Jobin, Horbling, Lincoln, grocer, Feb. 8 ham, St. Swithin's bane
Eplom Edwaran Bowiing Areet, Weđininiter, vi&uallet, Swallow Richaru, Selby, York, money scrivener. (Sykes
Feb. 10 aud Knowles, Newinn
Ercske Christian Augustus, Sherborne lane, mercbant, Tanner Joel John, alid Joel, Ehley, Glucefer, black. Jan. 23
fipitbs. Constable, Symond's Inn, and Newman Evans John, Cardigáni, linen draper, Jan. 22 and Clarke, St. oud
Fetherdone Philip, and John tioderon, jun, Chrifchurch, Taylor Thomas, Edgware road, carpenter. (Hamil. Surty, difillers, Jan. az tune Perwick Areet, SCHO
Filby harles and Richard Crout, Ludgate Arcet, haberThuruton woam and John, New Malton, York, cuit dalle S. Jan 17 Terchants (Lambert, Gray's inn fyware, and Walker,
Fuller john Lewes, butcher, Jan. 19 New Melon
Galloway John, Brook reet, Holborn, enginter, Jan, jo Trouheck williain Fienry, Miro ies. (Hall and Diake, Gibbuus Tun nas, Deritend. Warwick Brucer, feb.o Satis, Hall. Cannon freet
Giban nánas, High freet, Mary le bonne, ironmongers, Ppruel: piter, cattle Arct, Leicester Square, builder. Feb. (Saunde S. Charlotte ftreet, Rathtunc place
Gore William, Aldgate, Mancheiter warehousemati, Feb. 3 Vallance William, Berinoudley, builder. (Waebrough, Gofs Thomas, Hackney road, Middlesex, spothecary, Warnford court
Jan. 7 Vernon Thomas, Towcenter, Northampton, grecer (1.0- Greenprats Christopher, Burleigh, Eft-x, thopkeeper,
vell. Towceller, and Foulkes and Lungill, Gray's in Jan. 27 Wallis James, Pieet treet, jewelier, (Jones and Reynal,
Hali Wislam, Crosby faquare, merchant. Feb. 17 Royal Exchange
Hand Jotip'), Worin woon itrect, wareh Suleman, Feb. 13 Wardman 5 numas, Horton, York, calico inanufacturer. Hatip tilam, Shadbrook Suwolk, tanner, yeb 6
(Calon and Brutrell, Alderlgate Areet, and Deialace, Harris Thomas, and Jonn Price, Brittol, merchant
Harvey Junii, Springfield, Ellex, bricklayer, Jan. 17 place
Husker George, ex uus, Glocenter, ciorbler, no. 12 Wattiin c. Manchester. grocer. (Cooper and lowe,
H2;. William, Kilburn, Midji-tex, brickniaker, Jan. 23 Southampton buildings, and Jepfun, Manchester Honnan Richard, Folkbut, Kent, engine maker, Jan. 20 Weightman Williance, Birmingtam draper.
Greena Hnedion Jolepig Witaver, merclaget Jan. 16 way. Attieborough Mall, Warwickinire, aud Barker, Hóms Francis, Atorn. Derby, Increi, Jan. 12 Temple
Holo.es John Edward. Crosby qu2re, me-chant, Feb. 17 Wo1 Emerson. Buity Lencanter, conton manufacturer, Howard James and joi, Burney, Lancalter, cution ipin.
foodcock Sury, and Blakelook and Makinton, Elm itis, fan. 25 Cuur, Temple
Hune simusi John, Norwicliy duffield manufaturer, Wright Robert, whiliam Malcom, and Charles Wright,
Maguig.&reet, Warehou icmed. (Harrilun, Craves Hurry irre, Richard Powles and James Hurry, Nag'. freet, Strand
Head souri, Gracechurch ireet inerchuits, Feb. 37 Wrigh: Wiram. Scockport, Chefter, hair dreifer, (Edgar,
Ibherren Samuel, Ludgate hill, fik mereer, Jasie 30 T'emple, and Harrop. Stockport
Ireland Daniel, Porto, tallaw chand er, feb. Yorke Hoy, tarty fane, nsrer lane, Cheapfide, fik Jackfin Jaith. Yarimouth, Norf lk, chemist, an, 2 dealer. (altye, Chacry.ane
Jackiin John. Farhan, urry, furgeon, Jan 30
jackfun Hairy, mincinnlane, merchan, March? DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED.
jolion peter, Manchester, imalia were manufa@urer,
lap. 31 Aodermo Alexander and David Robertfoli, Coleman Jones Wiliam, Swansea, hopkeeper, Fib.? steet, mith, March
Jepron Georges Perrot,' Lancamet, crecer, jal), 26 Atrairage Jos, leids, cloth merchant, peh. S
Joe Abraha, Portica, for feller, Jan 27 Ay es James, Sirattord, Crimerchant Feb 17
Kale Henry, Liverpool, merchant FCB Lacun Hillia, Sheted,cerbas
Ken William, upper hafini dicin Bermondsey, taurier, Acon Jubit, S5, Mary at Hill, London, inesitant, Feb. 10 Jall, i
Incidents in and near London,
Knight George, Holloway, I exino, builde, Jana 1!.
cho'ls lane, merchants Fo. 3
ners, Jan 31
John Longbuttoin, steeton, Yurk, cottun spinners,
Date merchant Jan.6
army arent, Jan. 10
inanufacturer Jan. 20
ferur. Jar. 10
Dekbanis, Feb. 3
Palke Richard, Little Hempäon, Devon, coal merchuca
Trs. Jau 17
ftruit, warchoufemen. March 3
lukins-glass fraine maker. Jan. 13 Price John, Finstury fare, merchant, March 3 Rritenbeck John Godfrey Henry, sherborne laue, mer
chant, Jan. 23
manufcturer, Feh. 3
wi, Jan. 27 Woorafie Edmund, Woolafton, Gloceder, iron manufae
turer, Feb. 19 Young Alexander, St. Mary at Hill, Londnp, merchant
INCIDENTS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATUS, IN AND NEAR LONDON:
IFith Bregraphical Memoirs of distinguished Characters recently ucceased. TIE following is a general bill of all the of mud and soil have been taken out of that
christenings and burials in London, pw; of the river, within the last ten months, from Dec. 13, 1808, to Dec. 19, 1809 : no relief has been afforded to the ships at the
Males .... Christened
The following is a statement of the strong
July 3, 1809, to January 5, 1810:-
Barrels. Under two years of age
4937 1. *Meux, Reids, and Co. .. 100,222 Between two and five
.... 1916 2. B.:clay, Perkins, and Co. 86,547 Five and ten 75+ 3. Hansury and Co.
56,033 | Ten and twenty 5,6 4. Whitbread and Co.
47,669 Twenty and thirty
1145 5. Henry Meux ans Co. 49,395 Thirty and forty 1472 6. Brown and Parry
39,575 Forty and fifty
1748 7. Felix Calvert and Co. 36,745 Fifty and sixty
3+,173 Sixty and seventy 1233 9. Goodwyn and Co.
28,330 Seventy and eighty 1063 10. Elliott and Co.
21,535 Eighty and ninety 369 11. Taylor anri Co.
20,923 Ninety and a hundred 54 12. Clowes and Co.'
16,295 A hundred
The number of fires, exclusive of chinae Decieased in the burials this year, 3274. neys, in London, from January 1, to Dasema
There have be-n executed in the city of ber 31, 1809, is as follows:London and county of Surry, 16 ; of which
In quarter ending March 31 ... 73 numper six only have been reported to be
77 buried (as such) within the bills of morta.
..- 58 Jity.
Dec, 31 , 85 Within a few years the bed of the River Thames has altered so much at Woolwich,
293 that where a line-of-valule ship formerly The new renters of Drury-lane Theatre Poated, with many of her stores on board, a frigate, with nothing in her, will now This is the greatest quantity ever brewed ground; and, potwithstanding 120,000 tons within the above period in any one brewery.