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From ©atlU'Dap December 31, 1S03, to CucStiap January 3, 1804. 



A T the Court at Si. James's, the 2 1 ll of 
-'- ^ December -1803, 

PRESENT, 

The KING'S Moft Excellent Majefty in Council. 

WHEREAS, by an Aft. palTcd In the pre- 
fent Seflion of Parliament, intituled " An 
" Aft to continue feveral Laws relatiig to the 
" fufpending the Operation of Two Ads of the 
" Fifteenth and Seventeenth Years of the Reign of 
" His prefent Majefty, for reftraining the Negotia- 
" tion of PronriifTory Notes and Bills of Exchange 
" vmder a limited Sum, in England ; and to the 
" prohrbiting the Exportation from, and permit- 
" ting the Importation to, Great Britain, of Corn, 
" and for allowing the Importation of other Ar- 
" tides of Provifion without Payment of Duty, 
*' until the Twenty-fifth Day of March One thou- 
•' fand eight hundred and five ; and to the regu 
•' laling the Trade and Commerce, to and from the 
" Ifle of Malta, until Six Months after the Ratiti- 
" cation of a Definitive Treaty of Peace;" It is, 
among other Things, enaii\ed, That an Aft, made 
in the Thirty-ninth Year of the Reign of His pre- 
fent Majefty, intituled An Aft for enabling His 
Majefty to proiiibit the Exportation and permit the 
Importation of Com, and for allowing the Impor- 
tation of other Articles of Provifions without Pay- 
ment of Duty, to continue in force uatil Six Weeks 
after the Commencement of the next Seflion of 
Parliament ; whicii was continued by an Aft of the 
Thirty-ninth and Fortieth Years of the Reign of 
His p.efent Mdjelly, and amended and further con- 
tinued by feveral fubfequent Acts until the Firft 
Day of January One thoiifand elglit hundred and 
four, '.hall be, and tlie fame is ihcrcby, further con- 
tinued jjnril the Twenty-fifth Day of Ma^-ch Que 
thonfand eight hundred and five ; His Majefty, by 
■ and with the Advice of His Pi ivy Council, and 
in purfuance of the Powers given by the faid Afts, 
is hereby pleafed to or<l<'r. That,, from the Thir- 
tieth Day of tliis inilant December, until the Thir- 
ty-firft Day of March next, inclulive, no Pcrfon or 
Perfons vvhatfoever (hall export, or fhall load or lay 
on board any Ship or Veflcl, with the Intent to ex- 
port from any Port or Place of Great Britain, aivy 
of the following Articles ; viz. Bulls, Cows, Oxen, 



Calves, Sheep, Lambs, Svwine, Beef, Pork, Mutton, 
Veal, or Lamb, whelher faltcd or otlierwife, or any 
Bacon 'or Butter, unlefs Proof fhall firft be given, 
to the Satisfaftion of the Commiffioners of His 
Majefty's Cuftoms, that the Articles fo to oe ex- 
ported as aforefaid are not of Britifli Growth, Pro- 
duce, or Manufafture ; But it is His Majefty^s 
Pleafure neverthelefs, that nothing contained in this 
ffis Majefty's Order fhall extend, or be conftrued 
to extend, to prevent the Exportation or carrying 
out of fuch and fo much of any of the faid Ar- 
ticles as fhall be necetfary to be carried in any 
Ship or Veffel, on its Voyage ojit and Home, for 
the Suftenance, Diet, and Support of the Com- 
mander, Matter, Mariners, PafFengers, and others 
on board fuch Ship or Veftel, or for the neceffary 
vifiualling or providing any of His Majefty's Ships 
of War, or other Ships and VefTels in His Ma- 
jefty's Service ; or for the neceftary viftualling or 
providing any of His Majefty's Forces, Fort,s, 
or Garnfons ; nor to prohibit, at any Time, the 
Exportation of fuch and fo much of any of the faitj 
Articles as may be neceffary for the Supply oP 
the Britifn Forts, Caftlcs, or Faftories in Africa, or 
of Britifh Ship;; trading upon that Coall, which 
have ufuallybcen fupplied with the fame from Great 
Britain ; nor to prohibit the Exportation by the 
Euft India Company, or any Agent employed by' 
them, of any of the faid Articles for the neceflary 
Supply of their Garrifons at St. Helena, Bombay, 
and liencoolen, or for the neceffary Ufe of tliR 
Ships belonging to the faid Company ; nor to pro- 
hibit the Exportation of any of the faid Articles to 
the Wands of Guernfcy, Jcrfey, Aldemey, Sark, 
and Mnn ; or to any of His Majefty's Coloniss, 
Illands, or Plantations in America or the Weft 
Indies ; or to the Town or Port of Gibraltar, for 
the neceffai-v Ufe of the Inliabitayts of the fame re- 
fpeftively : Provided that the Merchant Exporter, in 
each Cafe, ftiall firft make Oath of the true Defti- 
nation of the fame to the Place for which they were 
entered Outwards bsfore the Entry of the fame 
(ball be made, and -fliall give full and iufFicient Se- 
curity, by Bond, in treble the Value of the faid Ar- 
ticles, to the Satisfaftion of the Commiffioners of 
His Majefty's Cuftoms, to. carry the faid Article* 
to the Places for which they were fo entered out,- 
und for the Purpofes fpccified, and none other ; 



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•fuch Rona rot to be cancelled or dilivered up 
un'.il I'loof (hall be niaJc to tlic Sitisfadion 
•of the fall! Conimldionen., hy the Prod';i\u)ii, 
wiihiii a Time t», b<v (iicd hy the laid Coiumir 
iioners, and fjKc-|<ied in the. Bond, of a Certificate 
^>r Certificate:;, in fiioli ronn and Mdiiner as lliSll 
■lv;ih"re.f\cd by the faid Comiiiiirwncvs, ftiewliiij that 
the faid AiTiclcs have been all duly landed at the 
■Places for wh'ch tlu-y were fn cntoud Out'Tards : 

And His M-rjelly is hereby furtlitr pleifcd to 
order, wiiii the Advice aforcUiid, Tha'-. It iliall bs 
lawfid for and during the laid 'lVrn\ bcfiirciT>i.ii- 
tioiied, to iuiport into any Port <ir Pl.tce of Great 
liritain any Beans called Kidney or French Deans. 
Taixs, Lentiles, Cidavancies, nnd all nther Sorts of 
I'ulle ; and alfo Bulls, Cows, Oxen, C.ilvcs, Sheep, 
Lambs, and Swine; Bref. I'oik, ^Intlon, Veal, 
and Lamb, whether failed or olhir\«ife ; Bacon, 
Hams, Ton));iics Butter, Cbecfe. Potatoes, Sago, 
Sago-Powder, T.ipioca, Vrrmictlii, Millct-Setd, 
Poiiltr)', Fowl-, Ljrgs, Game, aiid Sour Crout, in 
any Briilfli Slii|) of Velfel, or in any other Ship or 
VelTel bclonijing toPerfons of any Kingdom or 
State In Amity with His Majefly, and navigated in 
any Manner whatever, without Payment of any 
Duty whatfoever ; provided that a due Entry fliall 
be made of nil fiicli Anltlcs as afjrcfaid, that fliall 
be fo imported, with the proper OlTiceis ot the Cuf- 
■toms at the Port where the fame fliall be imported, 
under the Penalties ai:d Forfcituns in the faid Acts 
meulioned.— And the Rii»ht Honorable the Lords 
ComniifTioners of His Majelly's Treafury are to 
give the necefiary Diicftions herein accordingly. 

Stij>h. Cottrell. 



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T the Court at St. Jjm.v's, the i ill of Bv- 
cemhcr 1803, 

PRESENT, 

The KING'S Moil Excellent Majefly in Cocmcil. 

WHEREAS in virtue of the -Powers vefted In 
His Majclly, by an Acl pafied in the 
Forty-firft Year of His Majelly's Reign, intituled 
«' .Xn Atl to empower His Majelty to regula'e 
•• the Trade and Commerce to and from the ifle 
'• of Malta, until the figning a Definitive Treaty of 
" Peace, and from thence until Six Weeks after 
" the next Meeting 01 Parliament, and to declare 
" the Ifle of Malta to be P,.rt of Europe :" HK 
Majefly was plcaftd by His Order In Council, bear- 
ing Date the Thirtieth of July One thouland eight 
hundred and one, to order and declare. That the 
Poit of La Valelte, in the foi.l Illand of Malta, 
fliould he t..ken to be, and ihc fame was thereby 
made a free P»rl, for tlie Importation into, and 
Expoitalioii from the fiine of ail Sorts of Goods 
and Mtrchaiidr/.ts in trading Ships or Velftlb be- 
longing to SuLjcfti of Slates in Amity with Ills 
Majefly, of whatever Burthen, or in wli:sttvcr Man 
ner iuch Ships or Vefl'els fliould be navigated, a^d 
(hould continue to be fuch free Port un'il the 
figniiig a Dciiuitive Tiealy of Pejtce, and from 
thence untQ Six Weeks after uhc next Meeting of 
Parliamc a, uiilefs His Majefly fliould, in the mean 
Time otherwife order ; fiilijedl ncverthelefs to fuch 
Regulations for the Security of the Pofl'eflion of 
the Ifland of Malta and its i)ependencic3, and the 
Protiiflion of the Hcailli of llie Garrifun, ai d In- 



habitants the'c. f, as might be then in force, or 
fliould from Time to Time be deemed neceflary or 
expedient in that Behalf; ar.d that the fame Draw- 
backs and Bounties, and upon the fam« Terms and 
Conditions which then were, or thereafter might be 
allowed by Law, upon the Exportntrin of any 
Goods and Merchandizes to the Illand of Mi- 
roica or to Gibialtar, fliould, and might br 
alIo<ved upon the Exportation of the like Goods 
and MnthandI7.es to the Port of La Vaktte, in tl-.e * 
faid Illand of .^IaUa ; which faid O.der, by an Or- 
der made, hy lil-i Majeity in Council, of the Eighth 
of JMiic One I'houland eight hundred niid tUiec, 
under the Auihority of an Adl paifed in the Ijll 
Stfllon of Parliament, was further continued uiilll 
the Firft Day of January One thoufand eight hun- 
dred and four: And whereas, by an Acl palfed in 
the prefent SclFion of Parliament, intituled " An 
" Adt to continue feveral Laws rel;iti;:g to the 
" f'.ifpending tlie Opeiation of Two Ails of the ■ 
" F fteenth and Seventeen. h Years of the Reign 
" of His prefent Majclly for rellraining the Ne- 
" gociation of Promlilory Notes and Bills of Ex- 
" change, under a limited S;im, in England ; and 
" to the prohibiting the Exportation from, and 
" pennliting the Importation to, Greiit Britain, 
" of Corn, and for allowing "the Importation of 
" other Articles of Provifiou, without Payment of 
<« Duty, until the Twenty fifth Day of March 
" One thouland eight hundred and five ; and to 
" the regulating the Trade and Commerce to and 
" from the Ifle of Malta, until Six Months after 
" the Ratillcationof a Definitive Treaty of Peace," 
It is, amongll other Things, enatted, That the faid 
above-recited Adl, made in the Forty-firll Yea. of 
the Reign of His picfent Majtily, wliich, by an 
Adl made in the lafl: SelTion of Parliament, w.as 
continued until the FIrR Day of January One tliou- 
fand Eight hundred and four, fliall be, and the fame 
is thereby further continued until Six Months afier 
the Rititiealion of a Dcfiniiive Treaty of Peace, 
His Majefly ii theienpon plcafed, by and with the 
Advice of His Privy Council, to order, and it ii 
hereby ordered. That the Orders made by Hi* 
Mijedy in Couneil on the Thirtieth of July (Jiie 
ihouldiid eight hundred and one, and on the Eighth 
of June One ihnnfaiid eight hundred and three, for 
regulating tlv; Ti'ade and C;immeree to and from 
the Ifland of Malta, flijll be coniinued and be 
i.i force unlil Sit Months after tlie Ratlncatloa 
of a Definitive Trealy of P^ace, unlefs Mis ?la- 
jeily, will) the Advice of His P; ivy Council, fliall 
iliink lit otherw.ile lo order and direct: And tlie 
Ri^ht Honorable the Lords Commiirioners of Hi* 
M^tji II) 's Trt,-.l"iiry, the CommifTioneiS for execuiint; 
the Otnce of Lord High .Adr.ii.al of Great Bri- 
tain, and the Lord Lieutenant of Iriland, are to 
give the necelf'.ry Direclious herein as to them may 
icfpitlivcly appertain. Sieph. CoUrcll. 

Lord Ch.imherlain's Oficc, Dccembtr 31, 1SC3. 
Notice is hereby given, that there will be a Le- 
vee at St. James's on Wcdiiefday next, the 4th of 
January 1804. 

ll'iirO0ce, Junuaty 1., '804. 
James Innes, F.fq; Pavniafttr of the ')\\\\ Font, to 
be Pay.naflernt a Recruiving Dillricl, vice Hetilli- 
cote, deccafc'i. 



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War-OJice, yantiary 3, 1804. 
hhclheath Genthmen aud-Tennnmry Cavalry. 
John Sutton, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Shro^ire Gentlemen and Yeomamy Cavalry. 
Lieutenant Samuel Davies to be Captain, vice Hill, 

promoted. ' 

Lieutenant John Walfoid to be Captain, vice Jervia, 

promoted. ' 

Cornet John Overton to be LKUtenant, vice Davies. 
Cornet William GnnfcU to be Lieutenant, vice Wal- 

• ford. 
George Bradbury, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Overton, 

Sudborough Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 
John Bragge, Et^; to be Captain. 
Thomas Fox, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
WiUiam James, Gent, to be Cornet. 

4/A Suffolk Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavnlry. 
Captain-Commandant Fowkes to be Major- 
Commandant. 

Lieutenant Bennett to be Captain. ( 

Cornet Derifley to be Lieutenant. 

North Arundel Volunteers. 
'Charles Henry Frafer, Efq; to he Captain. 
John Lutman Ellis, Ei'q; to be Ditto. 

ITo be Lieulenitnts, 
Thomas Gardner Gent. 
Geoige Daentry, Gent. 
William Hale, Gent. 

To is Enjtgn, 
George Whicher, Gent. 

Cajlle Hoiuard Riflemen. 
Lieutenant Frederick. Delme to, be Captain, vice 

Howard. 
Honorable William Howard to be Lieutenant, vice 
Delme. 

Colnies Hundred Volunteers. 

Enfign AihwcU to be Lieutenant. 

Thomas Chandler, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Dunfermrme Volunteers. 

To be Firjl Lieutenants, 
Second Lieutenant James Fcrpie, vice White, re- 

figned. 
Second Lieutenant John Lowrie. 
Second Lieutenant Tlioinas Kirkaldle. 
Second Lieutenant Richard Kilgour. 
Charles M'Naughton, Gent. 
John Dallas, Gent. 
James Ker, Gent. 

To be Second Lieutenants, 
William Hufband, Gent. 
Henry Scotland, Gent. 
John Stenhoufe, Gent. 
David Mitchell, Geiit. 

To be Chaplain, 
Rev. John Fernie. 

jjl BattaRon of the 2d Regiment of Royal Edinburgh 

Volunteers, 
Lieutenant W. Lambe to be Captain, vice ^ore, 

refigned. 
Lieutenant John Hamilton to be Captaia-Lieute- 
nant, vice Dundas, rcligned. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Enfign Patrick Irvine, vice Lambe. 
Enfign Robert M'Kenzie, vice Cloag, refigned. 



Enfign William Mitcheir, vice Hamilton. 

To be En/igns, 
Robert Bell, Gent, vice Irvine. 
Francis JefTrey, Gent, vice M'Kenzie. 
H. P. Brangham, Gent, vice Cameron, refigned. 
Robert Cathcart, Gent, vice Mitchell. 
Alexander Giblbii Hunter, Gent, vice S. Lawfon, 
refigned. 

Elf;:n Volunteers. 
Enfign Peary tD be Lieutenant, vice Rhind, refigned. 
Robert Spark, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Peary. 

Glajgoiu Volunteer Sharpfhaoters. 

Andrew M'George, Gent, to be Second Lieute- 
nant, vice Scott, refigned. 

William Bennett, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, 
vice Uie, refigned. 

Robert Spiers, Gent, to be Quarter-Mafter, vice 
Morriloii, refigned. 

i/i Maltalion of Hereford/l:ire Volunteers. 
To be Lieutenants, 
Andrew Maund, Gent. 
Nathaniel Smith, Gent. 
Abraham Racller, Gent. 

To be Enfgns^ 
John James, Gent. 
Jofiah Stephens, Gent. 

id Battalion of Ditto. 
James Lloyd Harris, Efq; to be Captain, vice Wal, 
kins, refigned. 

■zd Regiment of Liverpool Volunteers. 
.Artillery Company. 
Lieutenant Andrew Todd Patterfou to be Captaui. 
James Phillips, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Infantry. 
Enfign George Roilcill to be Lieutenant, vice Pat- 
terfou. 
Richard Harper, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Roikill, 

zd Regiment of JlTtd Lothian Volunteer Ii\^ntry, 

To be Lievtenantt, 
John Fullcrton, Gent. 
George Moffatt, Gent., 
Thomas Harrifon, Gent. 
Francis Cameron, Gent. 
Robert Selby Cunningham, Gent. 
William Bonnar, Gent. 
George Paterfon, Gent. 
Henry Hardie, Gent. 
John Clark, Gent. 
(Jeorgc Laiiig, Gent. 
John Hcrvey, Gent. 
William Wilherfpoon, Genr. 

To be Eiifigrn, 
A'fxanJcr Reid, Gent. 
Charles Erlkine, Gent. 

Gi-oiye Farme, Gem. . ■ 

Jolui Gibfon, Gent. 
John Pringle, Gent. 
Robert Bauchop, Gent. 
Peter Torrence, Gent. 
James Miller, Gent. 
John Allan, Gent. 
WiUiam Scott,' Gent. 
Thomas Fergufon, Gent. 
Wilhara Watfon, Gent. 



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■ . . To fie Sargten, 
. James Brice, Gent. 

To be adjutant to the Weprn BaSlalioti, 
George Moflatt, Gent. 

Loyal Lym'mgton J'e^:inteirs. 
Eofign J. G. Ltvctt to be Lieutenant, 'vice Wilfon, 
religned. 

To be Enjigni, 
John Colboin, Gent. 
.'John Rickman. Gent. 
William Fenilleteau, Gent. 

Manchefter and Sat ford Riflemen. 
Major Samuel Taylor to be Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Captain Samuel Wood to be Major. 
Lieutenant 'I'homas Appleby to be Captain, vice 
Clowes, refigncJ. 

To he L'uutenantsy 
Robert Cunliffe, Gent, vice Appleby. 
VViUiain Hoanelield, Gent, vice Andrew. 
Jofepti Meredith, Gent, vice Fray, refigncd. 

To be Eii/lgns, 
William Nabb, Gent. 

Loyd, Gent. 

To le CLaplahii 
Rev. Robert DallaS. 

Wejlern Regime tt of the Mendip Legion. 
Lieutenant William Purnell HaffcU to be Captain, 
vice Fry, refijjned. 

To he Lieutenants, 
Edward Vowles, Gent, vice HatTell. 
Enfien George Havn, vice Tulton, refigned. 
William Giles, Geiit. , 

• R;' To he En/igns, 

John Card, Gent, vice Jordan, refigned. 
Jofeph Counfell, Gent, vice Hayn. 

-iV •Montgomeryfiire VUunteer Legion. 
Robert Price, jun. Efq; to be Captain. 
Wjlliam Brown, GeiM. to be Lieutenant. - 
Chriftopher Brees t^all, Gent, to be Ditto. 
Ma'tthewrPowell, Gent, to be Enfign. 
John Brees, Gent, to be Ditto, vice D. Richards, 
refigned. 

Nant'jiich Volunteers. 
Lieutenant J. Pratchit to be Quarter-Maftor. 
Lieutenant William Kent to be Surgeon. 

Portland JJland Volnptcers. 
John Penn, Efq; to be Captain. 
H. Lownr.an, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
R. Lane, Geut. to be Enfign. 

xjl Reading Volunteers. 
M.ijor M. Anncflcy to be Lieutcnant-Colonel-Com- 

mandant. 
The Marquis of Blandford to be Major. 

Sherbourne Volunteers. 
John EciJtclcy Bnrland, Efq; to be Major, vice 
Hawker, refigned. 

1/7 EaJ) Somerfft Volunteer Regiment. 
Lieutenant John Jeancs to be Captain, vice Wood- 

fordt, promoted. 
Enfign' Thomas Hilliar to be Lieutenant, vice 

Jeanej. 
Francis Jennings, Gent, to be Ditto. 
John Martin, Gent, lobe Enfign. 
Lieutenant Richard Ring to be Adjutant. 



2d Eajl Smerfet f^olunietr Regiment. 
Charles Knatchbull, El'q; to be Licutenatit-Colo- 

ncl-Coinmandant. 
Clement Tudway, Efqj to be Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Richard Beadon, Efq-, to be Major. 

Sti Giles's Volunteers. 
William Cunningham, El'qj to be Captain, vice 
Gofling, refigncd. 

Teefdale Volunteers. 

Laidman Heflop, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 
Emcrfon, refigned. 

R. Peacock, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Galland, re- 
figned. 

T. ihitchinfon, Gent, to be D;tt6. 

Wejlliiry-on Trim Volunters. 
Captain Thomas Coke to be Captain Commandant. 
Lieutenant Hill to be Captain. 
Enfign Henry Broughton to be Lieutenant, vice 

Hill. 
Richard Jones Toirilinfon, Gent, to be Enfign, vi(ie 

Broughton. 
John Stytchc, Gent, to be Ditto. 

IVinifield Volunteer Light Infantry. 
Enfign Spencer Mackay to be Lieutenant. 
John Boyce, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. , 

Whitehaven Volunteer Artillery. 
Captain John Hamilton to be Majoi. 
Lieutenant Peter Dixon to he Captain. 
John Vickers, Gent, to be Firft Lieutenant. 
Richard Fletcher, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Memorandum. 

The Appointment of Thomas Jarmy, Gent, to 
he Enfign in the 6th Battalion of Referve, as Hated 
in the Gazette of the 19th of July 1^03, has not 
taken place. \ 

The Appointment of William HannuT, Gent, to 
be Enfign in the 7'li Battalion of Referve, as' Hated 
in the Gazette of the I9lh of July 1803, has .not 
taken place. 

Whitehall,, fanuary 3, 1804., ' ,,, , ' 

The King liis bien pltafcd to grant to the Ho- 
norable Cropley Afliky the Office of Clerk of the 
Deliveries of the Ordnance of the United Kingdom 
of Great Britain and Ireland, in the Room of 
Jcfeph Hunt, Efq. 



Admiralty-Office, January. 3, 1S04. 
Copy of ii Letter from Commodore Hood, Commander 
in Chief of His Majefly's Ships and Vejfcis in the 
Leeward Iflands, to Sir Evan Ncpran, Bart, dated 
on board His Maicfly's Slip Centaur, ujf Cuadu- 
loupe, the 6th November 1803. 

SIR, •. 

In AVE the Honor to enclofe, for the Informa- 
tion of the Lords Commilfinners of the Admi- 
ralty, Copy of a Letter I received from Captain 
( Jtavcs, of His Majelly's .Ship Blenhtinv, giving an 
Account of the Captuic of a Piivateer by the Boats 
of that Ship, in Fort Roy.d Bay. Martinique. 

The Capture of Two more of the EneiViy's Pri- 
vateers is let forth in a Letter from Captain Young- 
hufband, of the Ofprey. The brave and handfonie 
Condu($\ of Lieutenant Hcndcrfon, ai.d thofe in the 







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Boats under his Ccmnismd, is truly meriton'oiis ; 
and I tiutl fuch Dit'play of the Gallantry ot our 
Officers and Men w!ll foon make tliefe Piccaioons 
repent their Temcilty. On the 26th Ult. between 
Tobago and Grenada, the Centaur, after a Chale 
of Seven Hours, captured the Vigilante Schooner 
Piivateor, of Two Guns and Forty Meo, well 
armed ivitli Mnd-cetry : Tlie Capture of this Vellcl 
is particularly fortunate, as fhe has, from her fupe- 
rlor Sailing and Management, done much Injury 10 
t'he Trade. 

I have alio the Sntisfaftioo to acquaint you of the 
Recapture of the Brig Eail St. Vincent, from Dub- 
lin bmuid to Barbadoes, and a Swtdidi Schoojier by 
Jiis Majefty's Sloop St. Lucia ; they had been cap- 
tured Three Days before by the L'Harn)onie Priva- 
teer, of Martinique, and wlio only elcaped the Vigi- 
lance ot Captain Shipley, by throwing her Guns 
cverboard, and iawing dcnvn her Gunwales. 
1 have the Honor to be, i?<c. 

SAM. HQ-QD. 



Blenhtlm, off Mc.rUu'ique, 
SI R, \blb September 1S03. 

YESTERDAY at Two P. M. I difcovered a 
fmall Schooner Privateer, apparently jaft re- 
turned from her Crui/.e, and endeavouring to get 
into Port Royal ; it being nearly calm, I directed 
Lieuten-int Fnrber, of His M*ieity's Sliip Blenheim, 
under my Command, to take the Pinnace, and Lieu- 
tenant Campbell, the Barge, and to cut her ofl ; 
{he was rowing with her Sweeps, but the Boats ne- 
verthclefs came up with her in about an Hour and 
a Half, and in a moll fpirited Manner, under the 
Fire of Grape and Muikctry, boarded and carried 
her. 

I am happy to add, that no I.,ives were loft ; the 
Enemy had one Man wounded : Ihe is called the 
Fortunce ; mounts Two Carriage 'Guns, and had 
Twenty-nine Men on board. 

I am, &c. THO. GRAVES. 

Commodore Hoot!, iffc. i^c. l^c. 

His Miijefly's Shop Ofpre\-, Off Martinique 
S I R, "Oaoher 31, if5o3. 

IBeg L'cavc to acquaint yon, that on the 26th In- 
ilaut I difcovered a fufpicious Sail under the 
Ijand of Trinidad, and immediately chaced ; but on 
arriving within about Four iViiles of her it fell Calm ; 
and as I was now. convinced fhe was an Enemy's 
Privateer from the Number of Sweeps flie was row- 
ing, and having no Chance of coming up to her in 
tlie Ofprcy, I fent 'I hree Boats to attack her, \inder 
•he Command oi Lieutenant Robert Hendevion ; 
the Cutter in which he was, rowing much faller than 
the other Boats, he, without waiting to be joined by 
them, ill the molt biave and determined Manner, 
Rnd under a lieavy Fire from the Guns and Muf- 
keti-y of the Scliooner, boarded and captured the 
French Schooner Privateer La Refource, mounting 
Four Four-Pounders,, and having onboard Forty- 
■jhrce Men, Two of wJiom were killed and Twelve 
wounded. 

I-ieutenant Hendeifoii, with Three Seamen, are 
ilightly wounded, and onc-dangerouily. ; the Cutter 
had only Seventeen Seamen in her, who all behaved 
with the utmoll Bravery. 

I have further to inform you, that having put 
Lieutenant Collier, and Sixteen Men on board the 



Pri/.e, he ihe next Day chaced and captured Li 
Miini French Schooner Privateer of one Gun arc'. 
Twenty -one Men. lam, &c. 

GEORGE YOUNGHLTSBAND. 



Admiii'.lty-Ofru-e, December 16, 1803- 
•,"\ 7 Oliec is hereby ,^iveif, that a Scfft'jn of Oyer ami 
'■ ' Terminer and Gaol Ueli-vny for the Trial of Of- 
fences fomt/iillerl Oil the Bii;h Setts, within the jfurif- 
iliSion of the Jilmirailv of England, lOill he held iit 
Juftcc H(dl, in the Ohl Btiiiey, LonJun, or. Fiidii.y 
the 20th of January nerJ, at Eight 0' Clock in. the 
Morning. ' Ev.'iN NsrtAV. 

OFFICE FOR TAXES, SOMERSl'.T- 
PI,ACE. January 3, 1804. 

JjUrfiui/it to tin ylH pt7^cd in the Fortx-fecond I'fir 
^ of Mis p)-efeiJ Mjjijiy's Reign, Nulire is hereby 
fiven. Thai the Price of Three per Cerium Rcdtire: 
BarJ'. jintiuilies, fold at the Bank of EngLil on line 
Day, ivtis (^."■54 andtin.-'er £.§^ per Centum. 

By Order of the Comtni^otiers /or the Affairs ofTr.xeSf 
Matthew Winter, Seerelary 



Navy-OiEce, Decettiber 21, i-So^ 
'T^HE Prinrpal Officers and Corrmffiorers of His 
His Miijefi's Navy do hereby give Notice, that err 
IVediiefdtiy the .^ih vf next Month, at Ten c'Chci in 
the Forenoon, Ccmmiffioner Sir Charles Sr.xtcn, Bart. 
luUI expofc to Sale ai the Pay-OJfce, in His hltjcflyt 
Yard, near Portfmouth, fcveral Lots of Old Stoii't, 
cotffjling of 

Old Canvjs in P.ipcr-Stufli 

Junk, in Paper-Stuft, 

Ditto, in Shakings, 

Old Rope, in Paper-StufT, 

Ladling, Rounding, and Spun YaiH, 

White Ocham, 

Marine Acc<)utrement?, S:c. 
,iU I'dng in the faid lard ; ivhere any Perfons, ivifljir.g 
to become Purchnjers, may have the Hihertf of vn iviii^ 
the fame, during the common "Morhmg Hours of the 7 ard, 
until the Day of Sale. 

Inventories ami Conditions of Sah may be had here 
and at the 2'ard. R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy OfHoe, December 24, 1803. 
"J^HE Principal Officers and ComiiiiJ/ioncrs pf tits 
^ Majejly's Navy do hereby give Notice^ that on 
Saturilay the "Jth of 'January next, at One 0' Clock, 
the)' nuill be ready to treat with Juch Perfons as may 
be •zi'iliing to jufply 

Slu;cs for the Royal Marines. 

Patterns of ivhich may be fecn at the Slop-Office here, 
ivhere the Shoes are to be delivered : The Patterns are 
marhtd A ami \\, and. alt the Shoes delivered mufl be 
agreeable in every Pefp>eB to the Pattern A^ except the 
Strt-ips, ivhich are to be Hie ihufe of Palteru ii, as tie 
Shoes are to he tied. 

yj Form of the Tender may be feen at this Office. 

No Tender luill he received after Twelve 0' Clock on 
the Da\' of Trcai', , nor any noticed, uidej's the Party, 
or an Agejit for hiin, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Nrivy-Ofiice, December 24, iSo'j. 
"T^H E Princip.al Ojficers and Commiffioners of His 
■'■ Majejly's Navy Jo hereby give Notice, that they 
tuill receive Prop afals unJtl H'cthefday the Ath of Ju' 



JQO. 15662. 



B 



L 6 : 



KMjry rest, fur the ffire of Tbr// VfJ'f'.s of the Biir- 
tl>rH of 80 to 140 Tom, to be employed in His Majejiy's 
Serviee as Tenders. 

A Farm of the Tender, -with other Particulars, may 
t.'feen al this OJicc. R. A. Nelfoii. 

Navy Office, Januaiy 2, 1804. 
''J^HE Principal Officers and Commiffioners 0/ Ifis 
■*■ Mnjejly's Navy, do hercly give Notice, that on 
IVedreflay the 2^th Infant, at One o'Ckci, they -will 
i>e rea.ty to treat -with fiteh Perfons as may ie tuiltin^ 
to contrail for fufflying His Maj.jly's Yards at Dept- 
fvrd, IVoofwich, Chatham, Sheerncfs, Porlfmoulh, and 
Plymouth, ivith Bra/icrs' and Fuuiidtis' Goodi. 
yl Form of the Tender may b: fccn at this Ojice- 
And no Tender it-ill be received after T'urhe o'Chcl 
en the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
*.r an jl^ent for i.m, attends. 

R. A. Nclfoii, Secretary. 

JJavy-Offiee, January 2, 1804. 

THE Principal OJicers and Coniftr/^onf/s of His 
Alaicfly's Navy do hereby ^ive Notice, that on 
Wedneflay the 2^<h of January 1804, at Ten 0' Clack 
in the Forenoon, Conimijfioner Hop: ivill expofe to Sale 
a! his OJice in His Majejiy's Tard at Chatham, fevtrat 
Lois of Old Storei, coiifljiing of 

Old Canvas and Taipaultncs, 

Old Rope, in Papti-btufl", 

Shakings, ,., 

Old Boltrope, 

Toppets, 

White Ocham, 

Hemp Rubbilh, 

Old Tar Bunds, Oil Calks, S:c. 
«/7 lyin^ in the faid I'ard, where any Perfons, wi/hin^ 
Xo become Purchafers, may have the Liberty of viewing 
the fame during the common -workirf^ Hours of the 
Tard, until the Day of Sale. 

Inventories and Conditions of Sale may he had here 
^nd at the Tard. R. A. Nclfoii, Secretary. 

ARMY CONTRACTS. 
Comminaiy General':) Office, Great George- 
Street, London, Dec. 27, 1803. 
"^^Otice is hereby given to all Perfons dcfirous of con- 
■^ trading to fupply the following Ai tides for the 
UfeoftheArmy,vi:e.. 

Oats to the Cavalry in Cantonments and garters 
in the Counties of Cambridge nnd Norfoll. 

Forage (Oats, Hay, and Straw, J to the Cavalry in 
Barracks, in the County of Suffix. 

The Deliveries to commence on and for the 2)th 
Day of January next ; that Propofalsin Writing, fealeit 
vp, i.nd miiried Tender for Ajiny Supplies, will be 
received at this Office, «n or before the tjlh Day of the- 
faid Month of January, (but none will be recrived 
after Twelve 0' Clock on that Day,) and if fei-t Ly 
Pofi ihe Po/lage to lie paid. 

Prtpofals mufl be mtde feparately for each County, 
end Jigned by all Parties concerneii therein, and the 
Names of Tiuo Sureties, their Rijidences, with thofe of 
the ConlraSors, n-.ufl be inferted at the Foot thereof, oil 
of tuhom will be required to attend al this OJfce, Jhould 
their Propofali be accepted. 

The Particulars of the Contrads may be had upon 
Apphcation at this (Iffice, between the Hours of Ten 
and Four. 



FELONY. 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD. , 
JT/Hereis Josath.^s Perkins, of No, 16, Ho- 
'' fter-I.ane, Wejl Smithjicld, in the City of London , 
Woriing Silverfniiih, flaiids charged before Richard 
Lea, Efq; Alderman, and one of His Maj.fly's Ji'flices 
•fthe Peace for the faid City, ibilh Fe/ony. . ■ Whoever 
will apprehend or give li formation, ' fo that he may bf' 
apprehended, /ball receive a Reward of ONE HUN- 
DRED POUNDS, by applying to Edmund EjlcqurtJ 
Efq; Solicitor to His Majejiy's Commijfonert of Stamps, 
at his Office, Somcrfet-Plaee, 

liy Order of the Conirtilfioners, 

C. E. Bcreoford, Secretary. 

Stamp Office, Dcccmher i6» 1603., 
N. Vi. The above-nani.'d Jonathan Perkins, is about. 
Sixty Tears of Age, about Five Feet Five Inches high,) 
fallow Complexion, fmall Face and Eyes,Jharp Nofe,, 
fpeaks Hiarpty, walks rather wide, and jlo'ops a little, 
ujually wears a light Brtf-WV Two Curled Wig. 

LONDON DOCKS. 

London Dock-Houfe, Utcembei 97, 1803. 
'T^H E Court of Dircelors of the .London Dock Coni^ 
■^ pany do hereby gix-e Notice, that a Half- 7'carfy 
General Meeting of the Proprietors of thj faid Company, 
wid be held at the London Tavern, Ii.fhopfgate-Sircet, 
on IVednefday the ^th January next, at Twelvt 
o'clock. Geo. Robinlon, Secretary. 

N. B. The Chair will be taken al One 0' Clock pre- 
cifely. 

Weft India Dock Company. 

London, December 27, 1803. 
'T'H E Court of Directors of the IVej} India Duck 
■* Company do hereby give Notice, that a Half-Yearly 
General Court of the faid Company will be held (pur- 
fuant to the DireSinns of the A3 of Parliament) at the 
IVefl India Dock Houfe, No. loS, I-\nchurch-Street, 
on Friday the 6th Day of January l ^04, at Two 
o'clock in the Afternoon precifcly. 

Thos. Marfliam, Secretary, 

SUGARS, GINGER, and ALOES 
ft'OR Sale, by Order of the Honorable Commlf. 
Jioners of His Majejiy's Ciifloms, in the Long- 
Room, at the Cujlom- Houfe, London, on Thurfday the 
^ih of January 1804, at Three 0' Clock in the After- 
noon, in Lots of 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 Ciijks each, 
H. l". B. 
221 — — IJarbadocs. 
60 o — Antigua. 
8» 10 — St. Kitts. 
55 8 — Nevis. 
14 6 — Montferrat. 
10 2 — 'I'ortola. 
49 DarreU liaibadocs Giiigcr. 
I Cafk Aloes. 

Samjiles to le viewed at Wycherly^s Yard, oppojite 
Rear i^!'".''-. on Wedneflay the ^th and Thurjduy the 
^ih of January ne.xt. 

Plymouth, December 18, 1803. 
fifOtice is hereby given to the Captain, Officers, and 
Crews of His Majifly's Ship Ha-zard, who were 
aSually on board the faid Ship at the Recapture of the 
Mary of Liverpool, that a Dijlrilnli'ii will be made to 
the Parties on board the Haiard on 'I hurfday the 2<)lh 
Inflant 1 803 ; and to the Remainder of the Ship's 
Company, on board His Majejiy's Ship San Jojef upon 
her Arrival at Plymouth ; and that all Shares not then 



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/icman^ed .luUl le recalled for One Tear at ioe Agtni's 
Office. No. 2, Giijiin- Street, Plyinoidh ; every Monday 
and Thurfday from the Date hereof. 

Edward Silon, Agent for the Recaptors. 

London, December 31, 1803. 
lyrOltce is hereby given, that an Account of Sales of 
the Produce of the La Sapha, Le Auguflina, La 
Ainitie, La Maria Rofe, L' Hercule, and La Dame 
Chenie, captured by His Majefly's Ship L' Aiglc, George 
IVolfe, Efq; Conimamler, between the 3 \jl May and 
"Jth 'June 1803, luill be forthwith delivered into the 
High Court of Admiralty agreeable to Ail of Parlia- 
neat. Rd. and Ab. Toulmiii, ASi'g Agents. 

London, December 31, 1803. 
JijOiice is hereby given to the Officers and Company 

of ,His Majefly'' s Sloop Cruizer, ^ohn Hancock, 
J^fq; Commander, •who were actually on board on the 
Ij^tb June 1803, at the Capture of the La Inabordabte 
and Le Merchantc French Gun-Brigs, in Company 
ivilh His Majefly' s Ships Immortaltte and jfaloufe. that 
they will be paid their refpcBive Proportions of Prize- 
Money arifing from the Sale of the faid Viffels on board 
the Cruizer at Sheernefi, on Saturday the "jth jfanuary 
next ; and the Shares not then demanded will be recalled 
at No. 23, Surrey Street, Strand, every Thurfday and 
Satwday for Three Tears to come. 

R. and Ah. Toulmin, and L,. M'Lean, Agents. 

London, January 1,1804. 

THE Term of Partnerlhlp between us Uennis De lieidt, 
John Dearman, and William Cippcr, of Freenian's- 
Court, Carahill, expired the 31(1 Ultimo. 

Dennis De Berdt. 
John Dearman. 
IVilliam Capper. 

Liverpool, September 6, iSc,;. 

THE kte Partnerfhip under the Firm of William Naylor 
Wright and John Molterlhuad, Shipbuilders, in Liver- 
pool, was ditlolved by mutual Confent on the i^A of July 
Isft. All Perfons who have any Demands againft the laid 
Concern arc rcquefted to fend in their Aciounts that the 
iame may be iettled and liquidated; and all Perfons in- 
debted to the faid Concern are defired to pay thp fame at 
their Counting-Houfe. Will. Naylor Wright, 

John MorterJIjead. 

' London, December 29, i8oj. 

Notice is hereby f^iven, that the Partnerfliip hitherto 
exifling tinder the Firm of Samuel Arbouin and Son, 
is this Day diiTolved by mutual Confent. 

Samuel jirbonin. 
Chas. Arbouin, jun. 

HORNINGSHAM, WILT.S. 

THE Partnerlhip for fome Time pall fubfifting between 
William Everett, atid Thomas Everett,^ of Horniiii^- 
•Aam, in the County of Wilts, Clothiers, under the Firm of 
William and 'Thomas Everett, being dilTolved, Notice is 
hereby given, that all the Debts due to the faid Partnerfhip 
are to be paid to Meffrs. Everetts and Co. Bankers, at War- 
minder, Wilts. Dated the 28th of December 1803, 

Wm. Everett. 
Thos. Everett. 

London, December 31, iSoj. 

THE original Term of the Paitnerlhip hitherto fubhiling 
between us under the Firm of Coppinger and Arthur, 
having^ expired tliis Day, it is accordingly, and by mutual 
Confent didblved ; all Debts due to or Irom the faid Firm 
will be received and paid by the faid James Coppinger, 
Jeffties-Square, who is authorifed to fettle all Matters thereto 
relating, and who wiU in future carry on the Bufinefs on 
his own Account. . Jas. Coppinger. 

Fat. Edm. Arthur. 



""T^HE Partncrrtiip lately fubfiAing lictween William Cher- 
\ rill and Thomas Stone, of St. Jantes's-Place, Clerkcn- 
well, in the County of Middlefcx, Working-Jewellers, and 
carried on under the Stile and Firm of Cherrill ajid Stone, 
was amitably dilTolved on the i.jth Day of December lall, 
the faid William Cherrill having retired ; and tlie Bufind"^ 
will be continued at the iifual Place, and all Favours conferred 
gratefully acknowledged by the faid Thomas Stone, v. ho will 
liquiilatc and fettle all Accounts relating to the faid Partner- 
fhip, the Balances whereof, when due, may be paid ta hiw o( 
to the faid William ChcrrilL W. Cherrill. ■ 

Thos. Stsne. 

Princes-Street, Spitalfi'Ids, Dec. 31,1803. 

Notice is hereby given, tliat the Term of Partnerlhip 
between- Jofeph Prior and John Chapman this Day 
expires, and the fame is mutually dilTnlvcd. All Debts diic 
and owing to the Firm of Prior and Chapman, will bcpaji 
and received in Princes-Street, and the Receipt oi'' eithtr 
Party will be 1 fufficieiit Difcharge. T!ie Bufiilefs, as ufujf-^ 
will be carried on by Jofeph Prior on the Premilijs. 

Jofiph Prior. 
jfokn Chapnjait. ■ j.,-. ., 

Notice is hereby given, that the Caipet'lVl.an«'fa'cl9ty 
which ^vas lately carried on by nip iij the feia'e aott 
uniler the Firm of Richaid Eiumfit and Son, \va's eariVccf on 
bv nie only, and for my own fole and Icpaiate Benefit, (with- 
out any Perfon .being in Paitnerlhip with mc,) up to the 
30t]i of June l.;lf, at which iinie I declircd the faid B«l?2 
nefs in Favour of my Sons ^lomas and Richard Erumfit and 
Jofeph J.iftlewood, by lyhom the (iime is now carried oif, in 
the Name and under t!ic Finn of Brumlits and Littlewood. .d 

Rich. Brum jit. 
Thos. Brumjif. '"' 

Rich. Brum fit, jtin. ' 
jofeph Littlewood. 

Briflol, December 3t, 1803. 

Notice i.« heieljy given, that the Partnerlhip betv.'een us 
the underfigncd WMIiamReid and Edmund BurkeSmith, 
as Infurance-Brokeis. being expired this Day, is by mutual 
Confent dilfolved. 'Fbc Debts due to the Concern may be 
paid to cither of the Parties. Wifliam Reid. 

Edm. B. Smith. 

THIS is to give Notice, that the, Partnerlhip between 
George Scott and George Wreglefworth, of No. i8a, 
tipper Thames-Street, is diliolved by mutual Confent from 
this Date. All Perfons having any Demand on the laid 
Firm will apply to Geoige Scott, of No. 182, Upper Thames- 
Street; and all Perfons indebted to the faid Firm are re- 
qutfled to pay the fame to George Scott .is above. Signed 
this 2j Day of January 1804. George Scott. 

George Wreglefworth. 

Notice is hereby given, that the PartnerOiip lately fub. 
filling between the uuderligned Ann and Jcphthah 
Huntly, of Sweeting's-Alley, Royal- lixchange, London, Hat- 
ters, trading under the Firm of Ann Huntley and Son, was 
diirolvcd by mutual Confent the 3ifl of December lafl ; and 
that the Bufinefs will in future be carried on under the 
Firm of Jcphthah and William Stephen Muntley. 

Ann Huntly. 

Jephthah Huntly. 

IV. S. Huntly. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerlhip htelv fub- 
lifting between Charles Sydcbotham, John Hai'rncks, 
and John Berry, all of Liverpool, in llie Ci.unty of Lan- 
calter. Merchants, under the Firm of John Harrocks and Co. 
was diliolved by mutual Confent on the 3^th of June 1801. 
Witnefs our Hauds this ;oth Day of December 1803, 

Chas. Sydebutham. 
John Harrochs. 
John Berry. 

HORNINGLOW BREWERY. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerlhip istely fubr 
fubir.g between Edward Coats, of Horninglow, in the 
Parifh of Burton-upon-Trent, in the Countv of Staffoi j'; 



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jMin Ntoorc, of MlnThill, in the County nf Pcil'v ; \yitli.ini 
Mxirc, of Haitlhornc, in the faid County of Derby; anJ 
PanicI Moore, of WinlTull pforcfaiJ, Miliflers, Commnn- 
Bicwcrs, »Titi Millers, anil carried on at Horninplow aiorc- 
faid, under the Firm of Coats and M i.ircs was dilVolvcd 'hy 
mutual Coiilcnt, on the 29th Day of Stplembrr \M\. And 
Notice is hereby alfo given, th.it the faiJ Bnlinefs v.-ill in 
hiture be carried on by the faid Edward Coiils alone, to 
whom all PerlonB indebted to the late Copartnerfhip. ;iic re- 
ipit-ftcd to pay their refpeflive Debts, and by whom all Dcbt^ 
due and owin>; therefrom will be duly difciiirgeJ. \Vitnil> 
•uriiands tliis a2tl Day uf December 183.^ 

Edward Coats, 
fobn Mocrc^ 
jrHiiam Mcorr. 
. , Danitl Moore. 

^yOtice \i hereby gi' en, that the Pirtnerfliip lately car- 
^ ried on in Tokcn-Houle-YnrJ, London, in. the Trade 
rti a Black wcU-Hall-Kaftor. nnJer the Fiimof Char!i-s Brmil'- 
djn, and Co. expired on ihis Day ;' and that all Debts due 
to and from the faid I'artneilbip will he received and paid 
by the faid Charles Brunidon, in T.)k(.:T^Hourt-Yard aforc- 
iaid, wluic the faid 'I'radc will in future be carried on by 
Kir Andrew Strothcr, the faid Charles Brunldon iitiring 
bom Bufinefs. JDatcd this 31 11 Day of Deceiiflicr i8cj. 

Chorles Brunfdon. 
ytudrcw Sirolher. 

THE Partncrfhip between John Dixon, \niliam Ernes 
George Mollr, and John Wood Dixon, canicd on 
■nder the Firm of Dixon, Enies, and Co. is this Day dilloU td 
be. mutual ConfenI, and all Debts due to and o\ring from 
the faid Copartnttrlhip will be received and paid at the 
Counting-Houli:, in Churcii-Row, Fcnchurch-Strcct, Lon- 
don; As wilntli tlicir Hands, ^ift Deccmlier 1803, 

%/jn Dixrjn. 

IVm. Ernes. 

Ccor^e M'J/er. 

J. H/. Dlson. 

THF. P.-.rtn«rfhip hitlierto Cihlilfinj between Thomas 
Kiiill and John Junes, of the City of Heiifonl. 
Plumbers, Claziers, and Houfe-Painters, was didblvcd by 
mutual Conlent on rile ill of September 1803 : As wit- 
urls our Hands, Th'JS Knill. 

John J ones. 

S A I. V A G K. 

Cullom-Houle, Leigh, Dec. l.t, 1803. 
TTTHercas the Ship Diamond, of London, on a Voyage 
W from the Havannah, for I^ondon, was » icckcd, 
flrand-.Sl, or call afhorc in the Limits of flic Port of Leigh, 
oil Perlons having any Claim orI>cmandon the faid Ship and 
her Car;ro, for Salvage or otherwile, are hereby retjuirtd to 
take Notice, that His M.ajelty's juftices of the P< aec for the 
County of LlFcx v.i.l afiembic at the Hotel on the 'J'crrsct 
tt S«nth-F;nd, in the faid County, on Tuilday the a4th Day 
of Jannarj- next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, to he.ir 
and adjnil all fuch Claims as are cognizable by them ; when 
and where all Perfons having any Claim or Dcniind on the 
faid Ship or her Cargo, are required to attend and make 
);ood the lame, otherwifc they will be uxcludcd from all 
Benerit aiilin^ therefrom. 

JOHN LOrrUS, Colleaor. 
WILLIAM andl HOMAS PARRY, Owners 
of thcShip and Cargo. 

THE Creditors who hue proved tlicir Deht« under a 
CommifTion of Bankrupt awarded and illiied agaiiill 
■Robert Leigh of Uamptun, in the County of Dcton, Cooper, 
Tinibcr-Mcrchant, Dealer and Ciiapman, are dytiredto meet 
the Afligncc of the /aid bankrupt's Lllate and LffeOs, on 
Wcdnclday the nth of Januar)' ii^Aant, at Llcvon o'clock 
in the I'urenoon, at the Three Cups Inn, in Wellin(;ton, in 
.the County of Somcrfct, in older to aflcnt to or dillenl from 
the faid Alfifmces commencing, profccutin^, or defendnig 
any .Suit or Suits tt Law or in Equity for the Recovery of 
any Part of the laid Bankiupt's £(Vate and Effects; or to 
the campounding, l^ubmilting to Arbitratit>n, or otherwile 
ajTccing anv Matter cr 'i'blii^ rcl'aling ti;cietiii a;.d un 
■ctfacr fpcclal AfTurs. 



"I'^UE CioHlots wh.) have proved their D.liK under k 
J[ ConMiiilliin of Bankrupt awatdcd JUd ilVued foitii 
agiinll James Day, of Oxford-Street, in the County of Mid- 
dicta, Line.i- Draper, .arc dcllicd t" meet the AlTigntc.^f 
the faid U.mkrupt's Kftate and F.deels <.« Tluufday the .{Ih 
of Juuiaiy iiilljnt, at Eleven o'Ck-ek in the i orcnoo:i, .it 
the Odice Mr. Ch.nhs W.ilker, in C^oleman-Strcot, I.ondou, 
in order to .alTent to or dilVenl fiom the fiid A(Iij;nees dif- 
pofnig of and felfing by private Onnliael the Liafc of tlu: 
laid Bankrupt'- nwelling-Houfe and Premi'ts in Oxfori)- 
Stitet .-.forclaid, and alfo hi-i Hmileliold Furniture and Stock 
in Trade, and taking a S; eunty lor Paymeirof the Pnr- 
. lufc-Miinry thcicol; and alii) to alien*, to or dittcnt tiom 
the laid Allignees commencing, pro.eciiiiiij;,or defending any 
Siiit or .Suits -It Law or in Equity for Recovery t>f snv Pair 
of the laid Bankmpt's Ellate and Eifefts; or ti the com- 
pomidini);, liilimitting tu .Vihitiation, or oiht.rvvifc agreeing 
anv ^fatter or Thing relating thcieto; and 011 other fpccial 
Aliairs. 

'"|"'iIE Creditors who have proved iheirDcbLi niulcr-HCoin- 
JL milTinii of liankrnpt awardxl and. iliiied Inrlh agair.ll 
Francis GiMiiiK. late of Ald-.il"g..te-Str':et, LoTidon.Cal-ii.rt- 
Mjkci.l'phohKM-, IV.iler and t.hapman, are dufired to merir 
the Aflignccs of the Edate and EffeOs of the (aid Bank- 
rupt, oti I'liuri'day the 5th Day of January inftant, at "I'en 
o'clock in tile Forenoon preeiiely, at tlie City Cciec-Houlc, 
Clieapfide, London, in oidrr to aliii-,1 10 or diHcnt from th« 
faid .■Vdlgntes paying or all.-iw"!!)!; unl.) .Mr. David Bruce tlio 
Sum of ^.^1. 8s yd. being fo much paid or dilhuill'd by hint 
on Account of the faid Bankrupt's F'llate and i.lie^ts, pie- 
vions to the ilVuing of the Commiffion ; and alii) to ailcnt to 
or djilcnt from the faid .vlTigiu-es allowing unto tlic late 
Alfignees of the faid Bankrupl'i Eftate and ElTecIs the 
Amount or Value of the fcvcial .Artii'les of Hijull'hold Far- 
niture which the Lite Ailignees pernutted the laid Franei> 
Gilding to ta.ke to his own Ute ; anj on c'.hcr fpccial 
Artairs. 

rHF. Creditors who have proved thtii Debt; under & 
Conimillion of Bankrupt awarded and illiied fortii 
awaiiill 'i'liomas Lewis, of the tity of Brili.jl, Merchant, 
Dealer and Chapman, are dcfired to meet the Anr;;nees of 
the laiil Bankrupt's Ellate and Elfeds on the )3th Day of 
Janu.ny inltant, at 'I'welve o'clock at Noon prcLiirly, at the 
Bulh 'T.ivern. Corn-Strcvt, Briftol, to allent to or diilcat from 
the faid Alfignees commencing One or more Adtions at 
Law jgainll the UndiTwriteis on Policies of Inl'urance i'*- 
ferted by the Bankrupt on the Ship Ifabella and her Cargo; 
alfo to allcut to or diflent from the Adignees indemnilying 
the Pollillbr of teitain Goods and Merchandizes lately re- 
ceived, w liich were eonfigned to the faid Bankrupt for .Sale 
on Account of Perfons aliumiiig the Firm of L'-wis at'd 
'Tiees, on the faid CJoods and Mcicbandizes being d ■liver- d 
up to the faid Alfignees ; alio to alfeiit to 01 (iilfent from the 
laid Alfignees fellin;; the laid Bankrupt's Houfehold Furni- 
ture by private Contra.it -, alfo to authorill- tliein to appoint 
One or mole Attorney or Attnrries to colleft tlie 1)( lits 
due to the faid 'Bankrupt's Filiate from Pcifons rei'iding 
Abroad ; and likcwife to alfeiit to or dilU-nt fioni tire laid 
Alliances commencing, piottrcutiiig. or defending any otiier 
Siiit or Suits at La\v or in lupiity, for Recovery of any other 
I'll t of the laid B.aiikiupt's F'llate and Filleils ; or to the 
compounding, fubniitting to Arbitration, or otherwifc agite^ 
ing any Matter or 'J'hiiig relating llv;reto ; and on other 
fpeeial .Itfiiis. 

THF. Creditors who have proved thoir Dfbts tinder a 
Commiflion of Bankrupt awarded and ilTiK d forth 
againO George Lnfli, Wilhaiii l.ofli, and John Robinlon, of 
the 'Town and County of Nev.xaltle-npon-'I'yne, Ironmon- 
gers, Dealrrs, Chapmen, and J'artneis, are defued to meet 
the Affignecs ol the laid Bankrupts' Ellate and EO'ects, on 
Friday the I3lh Day of January inltant, at Eleven o'clock ii| 
the Forenoon preeiiely, at the Shakcfptaio Tavern, in New!- 
callle-up«>ii-Tync afnreliiid, tn aflcnt to or didint from the 
faid Alfignees commencing, prolecutiiig, or defending any 
Suit or Suits at Law or in F'<|nity for the Recoveiy of any 
Part of the faid Bankrupts' IWlatc and EHicTts; or to the 
compounding, compromiling, fnbmitting to Arbitration, or 
olhctwife agi-ceing any Matter or 'Thing relating thereto; 
and alio to Alicat to or dili'ent fioni the liiid AITij^nccs felling 



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Snd dlfpofins; of tlie faid Bankrupts' Eftate and Effects bv 
piiMlc Auaion or piivate Contraft, or in fuch other Manner 
as the faid Adignees (hall think proper ; and on other ipeciui 
Affairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commillion o( Bankrupt awarded and Kfued againft 
John Davis, of Wjllingford, .in the County of Btrki, Wine 
and Brandy Merchant, are requelkd to meet the Aftignees 
of the filiate and Effects of the laid Bankrupt, on Friday 
next, the 7th Inllant, at Ten in the Forenoon, at the City 
Coffce-Houle, C'heaplide, loallbntto or dillent from the (aid 
Aflignees commencing, profecuting, or defending any Suit 
or Suits at Law or in Equity for Recovery of any Part of the 
faid Bankrupt's Ellate and EfieOs ; or to the compound- 
ing, Submitting to Arbitration, or otherwife agreeing any 
Matter or Thing relating thereto ; and on other Ipecial Af- 
fairs. 

PUrfuant to an Order made by the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, for 
Enlarging the Time for William MacAlpine, (in Partnerfliip 
with Peter De Brauwer, trading under the Firm of Peter De 
Brauwer and Co.) of Alderrgate-.Street, in theCity of London, 
Merchant, Broker, Dealer and Chapman,) (a Bankrupt,) to 
furrender himfelf and make a full Dilcovery and Difclofure of 
his Eflate and Effefls, for Forty-nine Diys, to be computed 
from the 31(1 of December laft ; This is to give Notice, that 
the Commidioners in the faid CommilTion named and au- 
thorifed, or the major Part of them, intend to meet on the 
l8th Day of February next, at Ten of tlie Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London ; where the faid Bank- 
lupt is required to furrender himfelf between the Hours of 
Eleven and One o'clock of the fame Dsy, and make a full 
Difcovery and Difclofure of his Eftate and Efi'ects, and finilh 
his Examination ; and the Creditors who have not already 
proved their Debts, may then and there come and prove the 
Jame, and afTent to or diflent from the Allowance of his 
Certificate. 

WHereas a CommifTion of Bankrupt is awarded and ifTued 
forth againft Michael Richold, of Brighthelmftone, 
in the County of SufTex, Wine-Merchant, Dealer and Chap- 
man, and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required 
to furrender himfelf to the CommilTioners in the faid Com- 
mi/Hon named, or the major Part of them, on the 21ft of 
January inltant, .it One in the Afternoon, on the a4th of the 
^ame Month, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon, and on 
the 14th Day of Febraary next, at One of the Clock in the 
Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difco- 
very and Difclofure of his Eftate and Effects; when and 
■where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their 
Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chufe AlTignees, and 
at the laft Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to finifh 
hii Examination, and the Creditors are to aflent to or dilfent 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Pcrfons in- 
debted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Effects, 
are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the Com- 
milfioners ihall appoint, but give Notice to MelTrs. Swain 
and Stevens, Old-Jewry, London, 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfued forth againft William Benftead and John 
Clark, of Halefworth, in the County of Suffolk, Maltlfers, 
Corn Alerchairts, Dealers, and Chapmen, and late Copart- 
ners, and they being declared Bankrupts are hereby required 
to furrender themfelves to the Commidioners in the (aid 
Comir.iflloii named, or the major Part of them, on the 23d 
and 24th Days of January inftant, and on the 14th of Fe- 
bruary next, at Eleven it\ the Forenoon on each Day, at tlie 
Bell Inn, in Saxmundham, in the faid County of SufTolk, 
and make a full Difcovery and Difclofure of their Eftate and 
Eti'efls; when and where the Creditors are to come pre- 
pared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting 
to chufe Aftignees, and at the laft Sitting the faid Bank- 
rupts are required to finilh their Examinations, and the Cre- 
ditors are to affcnt to or difTent from the Allowance of 
their Certificates. All Perfons indebted to the faid Bank- 
rupts, or that have any of their Effefts, are not to pay or 
deliver the fame but to whom the Commidioners Ihall ap- 
point, but give Notice to Mr. Mitchell, Solicitor, Saxmund- 
ham, or Mr. Robins, Solicitor, Gray's-Inn-Place, London. 1 

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WHereas a Commillion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iflued forth againft Jofcph Pyall, late of Sitting- 
bourn, in the County of Kent, Shopkeeper, Dealer and 
Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby re- 
quired to futrrcnder himlUf to the Comniillioncrs in the faid 
CommilTion named, or the major Part of them, on the 7th 
and I7lh Days of January inllant, and on the 14th Day 
of February next, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon 
on each of the faid Days, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Dilcoveiy and Difclofure of his Eftate and Ef- 
fefis; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, at the Second Sitting to choofe Affig- 
nces, and at the Laft .Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to 
finilh his Examination, and the Creditors are to allent to or 
dillent from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons 
indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Ef- 
fefts, are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the 
Commidioners Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Bod- 
lield, Lawrence-Lane. 

"ISTHereas a Commidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
V V iflued forth againft James White, now or late of 
Newnham, in the County of Glocefter, Patlen-Ring-Maketj 
Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt 
is hereby required to furrender himfelf to the Commidioners 
in the faid Commillion named, or the major Part of them, 
on the a4th Day of January inftant, at Three of the Clock 
in the Afternoon, on the 25th Day of the fame Month, 
and on the 14th of February next, at Eleven in the Fore- 
noon, at the Dwelling-Houfe of Mary Crump, the George 
Inn, in Bewdlcy, in the County of Worcefter, and make 
a full Difcovery and Difclofure of his Eftate and Effcifts ; 
when and where the Creditors aie to come prepared to prove 
their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chule Adignees 
and at the Laft Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to 
finilh his Examination, and the Creditors are to alfent to or 
dillent from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons 
indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his 
Eflt-cts, are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom 
the Commidioners lliall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Ed- 
warcTBigg, Solicitor, Hatton-Garden, London, or to Mr^ 
Hallen Attorney at Law, Kidderminfter, Worcefterlhire. 

WHereas a CommilBon of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iiliied forth againft George Phillips, of Brook-Street, 
RatclifTe, in the County of Middlefex, Timber-Merchant, 
and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required 
to lurrendcr himfelf to tlie Commidioners in the faid Com- 
midion named, or the major Part of them, on the 14th of 
January inftant, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, on the 
17th Day of the fame Month, and on the 14th Day of 
February next, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difcovery and 
Difclolure of his Eftate and Elleas ; when and where the 
Creditors are to come prc))ared to prove their Debts, and 
at the Second Sitting to chuli; Aftignees, and at the Laft 
Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examina- 
tion, and the Creditors are to afient to or dillent from the Al- 
lowance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his EtTcfts, are not to pay 
or deliver the fame but to whom the Commidioners diall 
appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Burt, Gould-Square, Crutch- 
ed-Friars, London. 

W'Hcreas a, Commidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
idiied forth againlt William Brown, of High-Street, 
m the Parilh of Saint Giles's, in the County of Middlefex,' 
Hatter and Holier, and he being declared a Bankrupt is 
hereby required to furrender himfelf to the Commidioners 
in the faid Commidion named, or the major Part of them 
on the 7th and 17th of January inft.int, and on the 14th' 
Day of February next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon on 
each Day, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difcovery 
and Dilclol'ure of his Eftate and Effeas ; when and where the 
Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chuie Aftignees, and at the laft Sit- 
ting the faid Bankrupt is required to finifll his Examination 
and the Creditors are to aft'ent to or dilTent fiom the Allow- 
ance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of Lis Elfe-as, are not to pay or 
deliver the fame but to whom the Commidioners diall ap- 
point, but give Notice to Mr. S. Hudfon, Buckmghara- 
Street, Fitzioy-Square. 



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\ jwjnkd and ifticd fortl'i a<jain(l Willum BlackliK-l., 
cr R^:Mjmu-r;»<T, fn five C.->na:v of Mid.llcfct, rarinii 
iv Itii Jt>rcp;i TuiifliU, of Burflcm, in tlif Cmirity of Slartbiil, 
Coj.aitncfs ami Dealers in llhls and I'artlicnwarc, iiiiind 
to meet on the 14th ot Itiniiary inrtant, at 'IWcIre of tit 
(I'lk at Nuon, at Cudrilnll, l.onv1t<ii, (by A(lj>urnind 
f •' rft Day of Divciiibcr Uft,) in order to piocucH 

of an A(Tijn-.cor Artignces of tlic Elir.te ^d 

1 ,. :.t f-iiJ Bankrupt ; whrn and vvheri. ilic CrciVifirs, 

V\'ho have >.o\ alrca»!» proVctl theFr Debts, arc to cnme 
prepauJ io prore the Tame, and, with thofe who hive at- 
icady pioi'cd thdiDtHi, vote in fuch Choice accordinj;ly. 

^f^ H F. Comm-ltioners \v a Commidion of B;nl-.;upt, 
\_ lejiing Pair the i;ih ot July 1797, awaid.M and 
iirctJ f>rth againft William Ufbonie, of Chrirtopher-Street, 
rii'frnry-S(iuarc, in the County of Middlelei, Merchant, 
Dt-aler and Cliapman, intend to meet on the Mtt> Day 
of Jan'jaiy inftjnt, at Ten cf the Clock in tlic Forenoon, 
ut f.aiTJhi!!. London, in order to proceed to the Choice of a 
nciv Aiiifnec or Affigiices cf the F.Qalc and Eflefts of the : 
laid Bankropt, ift the Rfioni of William Smton ; when and 
» lict« the Creditois who hsvc not already proved their DcMs, 
aretcctnr.- prepared to profc the fame, and, with thift | 
kK6 have proved tluir Dcbt^, are to vote in Tuch Choice 
accordinjly. 

THE CommifTioncrs in a Commillion of Tjiiknipt 
avrarj<d and iiiued forth agaiiill Charles Rulhworlh, 
of High Holborn, in tl'e Couhty of Middlelex, Coacli- 
Maket, D^-aler and Chipman, intend to meet on the 
lyih Day of January inltant, at Eleven of the Clock in tiie . 
horcnoon, at Uuildhall, London, (by Adjournment from . 
the 3 1 II Day of LVcemhcr lad,) in order to take the 
Xalf Examination of the faid Bankrupt; when and where 
be IS required to liirrendcr hcmlelf and make a fell Uif- 
covcry and Difcloliife ot his Kllate and Efleds, and finilh 
his txair.i»ation ; and the Creditor!, who have not already 
ptavetl their Dthts, are to come prepared to prove the 
. fijiie, jud, with tho(« virho have proved their Debts, allent 
toordifilnt &ixn the Allowaoccof his Ceitiiicatc. 

'^ "* H E CommiiHoarts in a Comniidion of Bankrupt 
X, awarded and idled forth againft Thomas Jones L ."ii y 
lite of Piccadilly, in the County of ^^iddlefex, Haberdnlher 
Dealer and Cbapmao, intend to meet on the a4th ot Ja- 
lir.ir)- indant, at Ten o'Cloek in the Forenoon, at riuilil- 
h«ll, London, (by Furtlicr Adjournment from the 3i(V o- 
December laft,) in order to take the LalV EiaminTitioi. 
of tiK laid Bankrupt; when and where he is rcquiird lo' 
furrendcr himfeli, and make a full Difcovery and Diiclo- 
ftre of hij Elfate ahd Effefts, and finilh his Ejamination ; 
and the Creditors, wha have not already proved their 
D^hts, ate t» conic prtjiared to prove the fame, and, witli 
thoie who have already proved their Debts, all'cnt to or 
dilTcDt from the A!i.iwance of his Certificate. 

THE Conmilfioners in a CommiHion of Bankrupt 
iwardcH and iirued forth ajniinll jofcph Whaiam, of 
Bayfw«er-!'Uc<:, near Bayfwafcr, in the County of Mid- 
Jlefe«, ManoSl^tUrer of Patent Spiings (or Stirrups, Dealer 
and Chapman, intend to meet on the 7lh Day of Fe- 
hruan- n«r, at tUrftn of the Clock in the Forenoon, at 
Guildhall, l^ndon, (by Adjouinment (10m the Jill Diy 
of Dcee'iibir lafl.l in order to take the l.->H Examinj- 
tion of the faid Bankrupt; when and where he is re- 
tailed to lorrender himfelf, and make a full Difcovery and 
tildoiure of his Ertalt and EITciU, and Gni.h his Examiii- 
«iion;and the Cted;tt)r»,»ho have not already proved their 
Ilebis, are to come | re|nred to prove the fame, and, with 
thofe who ha\c already proved their Debts, alTcnt to or 
d^lTeut from the Allowance of his Cirtilicate. 

THE CommiBionert III a CommilHon 6f Bankrupt 
i.wirA and iiliied forth apalnd U')l.crt lAi);h, of 
tlimp'.on, ill tJ)c Cootityof Dcv.in, Cooper, nmbei-Mci- 
ehant. Dealer and Chapman, iniciiii to hlttt on the 15th of 
T.inuli7 ioflant, at TeO of the CMck in the Forenor^n, at 
the Houfe ot Thomi^ Wyatt, cilled the I'httnix Inn, in 
.liscrtoii, in itc Cfiiiiy arnrtPiid, Miy Adjournment from 
tire icth Day of 15r<:tmbtr laft,) in order to take the 
L»il iiarainalion of t].c laid Baoliupt ; when a.ij 



\\>!;crc he Is rcrjuire^l tn riirfeWir tiimd-lf and mak« a 
fi'iH Dilonvci'y and Didlofuie of his Ellate and EH«.<ts, 
ifird finilh hii Examination i ,ind the CriOitors, who hav4 
not already proved thiir Debt:, are to come [ireparcd to 
piovc the fame, and, with iholt; who have pioted their 
Debts, alfenl to or difTent frorii the AKowance of lifc Otr- 
ti/icate. 

TIIK CommilTioncrs in a Commiftiot) cf Park^ipt 
•iv.-nrded and iOue'd forth ajiinii Gcivrge (;<iwfart(t, 
of Chandos-Strect, in the ("oimty of Midiflelcij, Me^eh«w^ 
Cheerc-rH^or, Dealer artu ChapMan, intend to rureet on the 
i^'lh of Fedru.iiT next, ^i 'i ciS 6'Clock in ti.e Forenooft, 
at Uuildhall, I.oiMon, (hy Ailjovirnment from the jid eif 
I)cceinber lad,) in or.lei' to take the Lall F^jmination 
of the faid Bankrupt; When and where he is required 
to All render Mniiclf, 'Jnrt mTikc a full I)i('dolnrc and Dil- 
covery cf his Filiate and LHcCts, and finiili his Examina- 
tion, and the Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, arc to come prepared to prove (he fame, and, with 
ttjol'e who have provtd their Debts, alicnt to or dillent from 
the Allowa.ice of his Certificate. 

■"I^HE Commi.fior.efs in a Crtinrrridion of Bankrnpt 
JL awarded and llfiKd ajpiinfl 'I'hom.is Okell, of Gi'eat 
Q^cen-Street, Liucoln's-Inn Fields, In tlie Connty of Mid- 
dlelcx, LinenrUnpcr, Dealer ,nnd ( luiiuaii. intend to meat 
on the i/jih Day oi January inltant, at 'Fen o'clock in 
the Foieiiocn, at Gn Idliall, Xjomloii, (by Adjouriinwni 
from the ,5ill Day of December laft,) in order to take the 
Fall Examination of the laid BnAkmpt ; when and where 
lie is ic<|uired to furrender himlelf 9nd make a full Dif- 
covery and Difclofure of hij Elfate and Ettedfs, and finilh 
uii Exatnination ; and the Creditors, who have noL already 
proved their Debts, are to cornc prepared to prove the liiriic, 
and, with thofe who have proved their Debts, silent to or 
diflifnt from the Allowance of his Gef.ifieJte. 

THE Commiliioners in a Conimifllon of Bankrupt award- 
ed and ilUicd anainft Barnabas C.;.iip!iell, late of 
Fiinces-Sqiiarc, Ratclitie-Highway, in the County of ivlid- 
dlcii-x, lillurance-Jirokcr, Dealer and Chapman, aie requclled 
to meet at tlic Otfice of Mr. John Haynes, No. lit;, Fen- 
chuich-Htiect, in the City of London, on fliurlday tiie Jth 
Day of J.muary inlUnt, at Iwilve o'clock at Koon. to con- 
liJer ot the Propriety o! ajipljing to ihg Rifjii Honocahle . 
the Lord High Chaiictroi :o lemove Harry Hale, of liiic!)in- 
Lanc, Cornhill, in the City of London, Oilman, the puleUt 
Albgnec of the (aid Barnabas Campbell's Eftate, and to 
appoint 3 Meeting lor the Choice of one or more AlIigQCC 
jr Aflignees under the lud Commifliou. 

i "* H E Commidioneis in a Comniiflion of Bailkni|n, 
X bearing D.itc the 3Clh of Ofioher 1799, awarded 
and iducd ayaiiill James Chubb, of the City of liriftol,'Um- 
hrella-Makor, Dealer, an.1 Chajjr-ian, intend to mcefon the 
25 h Day of J;iiiuar>- inflant, at Eleven cf the Clock in 
the Forenoon, jit the Bulli Tavern, Corn .Sueet, Briftol, in 
order to make a i:i;ft and Final Dividend of the Ellatc and 
Erfrc'ts of the laid Bankrupt; when and where the Cre- 
ditors, who have not already proved their Delits, are to 
conic prepared to prove llif fame, or they will he ex- 
cluded the Benefit 111 the lai.l Uiiidend. And all Claimt 
nut then piored will be dii'allosved. 

'f^HE Coinniirtioncrs in a Commillion of Bankrupt 
I bearing Date tlie 8th of March 1803, awarded and 
ilWd lorth jjainll I'hoinas While the Voun^'cr, of Slrood, 
in the County of Kent, Cii.d-Merchant, intend to meet on 
the 3jft Da) of January Inllint, at Flleven in the I'orcnoon, 
at CiulLlliill, London, in order to make a Dividend of the 
i.ftatc and Eile-^s of the (aid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Cieditors who have not already proved their Debts, arc 
to come prepared to piovf tlie I'aiflr, or they will be excluded 
tlie Benefit cf the laid Dividend. ' And all Claims not then 
pioV(.J will be difallowcd. 

I"* H E CommiHioners in » Cnmmiflion of Bankmpt., 
bearing DhIC the JOth of April 1803, a .aided and 
ilhi'-il for;h ajainft John T^onald, of Aldermanhnry, in the 
City of London, Warelionli man. Dealer and Chapman, 
intend to mci t on the a7th of January inftant, at F.levrn 
iir tlic Foianu'jn, at Uuildhall, London, in order to milkc 



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I DuicU-nJ of tlic Ertatc and F.ffifls of the fjid Caiik- 
lupt; wlien ami whent t!ic Ctediiors, whu have ii*)t uh-caHy 
jiroved theic Uebls, arc to come prepared to pruve the 
iame, or they will be exciiiHed the Benefit ol the faitl Divi- 
dciul. And all Claims not Chen proved will be dilalluvvcd. 

TH E Commirtloners in n CommilXIon of Biinkrupf, 
b>:a!ing Dale tlie zoth of Jamnry 1803, aw.iided 
and illiied apainli John jackfon, of Oxford-.'^trcet, in the 
t'oiinty of MIddlefex, l.inen-tJraper, Dealer and Chapman, 
iniend to meet on the nth of February next, at Ten 
o'clock in the Forenoon, at OuiUlhall, London, in or-der to 
make a Dividend of the Eftate and Etfei^ls of the laid Ijank- 
lupt; when and wheie the Creditors, vvijo iiave not already 
proved their Ocbts, are to come prepared to prove t!u; lame, 
or they will be exclndcd the lienefit of the (aid Ui^idcnil. 
And all Claims mot their proved will be dilallowi^d. 

TH E CommhTioners in a CommifTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date t!ie ijtli of November 1801, awarded 
;ind ifliied forth againli David iVIofFatt, of Fleet-Market, in 
tlie City of London, Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, iiUend to 
meet on the 4th of February next, at Eleven in the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, London, to make a Further Dividend of the 
Eftate and EfTefis of the laiil Bankrupt; when and v/hcre the 
Creditors, who have not already pioved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the f.iid 'Dividend. And ail CUims not 
then proved will be dil'allov/ed. 

TFI E C«mmiffioncrs in a CommifTion of Baiikriipt, 
bearing Date the 3Ctb Day of Oflober 1801, awarded 
and iliued forth againll Thomas Taylor, of Birmingham, in 
the County of Warwick, Draper, Dealer and Chaoman, in- 
tend to meet on the 7th of Fe; ru.iry next atEUvn in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Final Dividend 
of the Ellate and Effects of the I'aid Bankrupt ; when and 
where tire Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Dei»Is, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will be excluded tiie Benefit of the faid Dividend. And 
all Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

THE Commifhoners in a Commiflioii of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 17th of September 1786, awarded and 
ifTued againlf Thomas Che'-ke Lea, late of Oxford-Court, 
non-Street, London, lVIerchant,Iron-Manufafturer,Dealcrand 
Chapman, intend to meet on the 4th Day of February next, 
at Eleven in the Forenoon, at Guildhall. London, in order u* 
make a Final Dividend of the Fftate and Efi'efls of the fcid 
Bankrupt; when and where tlie Creditors', who have not 
already proved their Debts, are to come prepared t» prove 
the i'anie, or they will be cxchidcd the Benefit of the laid 
Dividend. And sU Claims not then proved will be difal- 
lowed. 

TH F. Commidioners in a CommhFon of Bankrupt, 
hearing Date the .^oth of November 1S02, awarded 
and liTued forth againft Joiin 'J'aylor, of 'Worceiter, Drajier, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 31ft Day 
of January inllant, at Eleven of the Clock in the Foienoon, 
at Guildhall, London, in order to make a Further Ad- 
journed Dividend of the Eftate arid Lifefls of the Faid 
Bankrupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not 
already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove 
the lame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the laul 
Dividend Ajid all Claims not tlitn proved will be dif- 
allowed. 

TH E CommilTioners in a CommifTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 31(1 I.-'>ay of July 1801, awarded and 
ifTued forth agamlT John Holmes and James Palmer, of 
Craven-Street, in the Strand, in the County of Middlel'ex, 
Armj ConimilTion Bioktrs, Agents, and Partners, intend to 
meet on the 7t]r Day of February nest, at 'I'en cf the 
Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in order to 
make a Dividend of the Separate Fiflaie and EtieCts of 
John Holmes, one of the faid Bankrupts ; when and where 
the Separate Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts are to come prepared to prove the lame, or tbey 
will be excluded the Benefit of Ibe I'aid Dividend. And ali 
Claims riot then proved will he dilallowsd. 



THE CommilTioncrs in a Commiffion of BsnVnipt, 
bcaiing Date the 311! July -liio), award'M and ifTued 
againfl John Holmes and Jnmcs IVimer, of Craven-Street, 
in the Strand, in the County of MiJdlefrx, A: my Cominif- 
fion Brokets, Agents, and Partners, intend to meet on t!ic 
7lh of February next, at Ten of the C! fk in the Forenoon, 
at CiuilJhall, London, to ntake a Dividend of the Joint 
Eltate and Efi' its of the laid l^arkUiupU; wiien and whcic 
the Joint Crcdilor.^, who have not already ])roved their Debts, 
are to come prcp.ired to prove the lame, or ihcy will be 
excluded the Benefit of the I'aid Diiidend. And ill Claims 
not then proved will be dilidlowtd. 

'~j~'HE CommilFoners in a CommifTion of Bankiupt, 
j[_ bearing Date the 14M1 of November iSor, awarddd and 
iliiied forth againft William Ludny, of Petworth, in the 
County of Suflex, Shopkeeper, Deal.:r and Chapman, intend 
to meet on the iStli of January inflant, at One in the After- 
noon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Finil Dividend of the 
EITate «nd Etre(fls.of the I'aid Bankrupt ; when and where the 
Creditors, who have not already pio\ed their Oeirts, are to 
come prepared to prove the i'imc, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the laid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowed. 

T7"Hereas the aiftiug Comm-idioners in the Comniidioii 



of Bankrupt awarded and illued forth againll John 
Merrick and Samuel Holkins, late of Mai-k-Lajre, in the City 
of London, and of the Idand of Guernfey, Merchants, 
Dealer.s, Ch..pmen, and Copartners, (trading under the 
Firm of Merrick, Holkins, and Company,) have certified 
to the Right Honorable Johir -Lord Eldon, Lord High 
Chancellor of Great Britain, that tire faid John Merrick 
hath in all Things conlormed himl'elf according to the 
Dircdiions of the leveral AOs of Ps.rliament made concern- 
ing Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, tliat, by virtue of an 
A(ft palled in tite Fifth Year of His late Majelty's Reign 
his Certificate will be allowed and coirfirmed as the faid Aft 
diiecfis, unlefs Caul'e be Hicwn to the contrary on or belore 
the 14th of January inllant. 

W''Hcreas the afting Commifiioners in the CommifTion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilfucd forth againft 
Jofeph Mttcalfeand John Jcyes, of Upper Eafl Smithfield, 
in the County cf MidJleiex, Oilmen, Infurance-Brokers, 
Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners, have certified to the' 
Right Honorable John Lord F Idon, Lord High Chancellor 
of Great Britain, that the faid Jofeph Metcalfe hath in all 
Things conformed himfell according to the Direiiions of the 
leveral Afts of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This 
is to give Notice, that, l)y virtue of an Ait palled in the Fifth 
Year of His late Majcfty's Keign, his Certificate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as the laid Aii directs, unlefs Caul'e be 
fhewn to the contrary on or belore the 44;h Day of January 
inllant. 

'^TTVferi:^'! the afting Commiflloners in the CommifTion 
VV o' Bankrupt awarded and illued forth againit David 
Cannan, late of Ratcliffe-Highway, in the Connty of Mid- 
dlel'ex, but now of Warwick-Court, Hidborn, ChymilT, 
have certified to the R«ght Honorable J"hn Loid Eldon, 
Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the faid Da- 
vid Cannan hath in ail Things conformed himlelf accord- 
ing to the Diieflions of the feveral Aits of Parliament 
n:'ide concerning Bankrupts; I'his istogi\c Notice, that, 
by virtue of an Adt pafled in the Fiftli Year of His late 
P.lajelty's Reign, his Certificate will bg allowed and con- 
firmed a« the laid Act diiects, unlefs Caufe be Ihewn to the 
contrary on or before the 24th of January inllant. 

\^THereas the afling CommilTioners in the CommilTion of 
' \ Bankrupt awarded and ilfued againft Jofep!; Car- 
Icl's, of Bow-Lane, Chcapfide, in the City of I-oiidon, Ware- 
bouliimai;, (trading under the Firm of Jofeph Cailefs and 
Company,) have certified to the Right Honoiahlc John Lord 
Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the laid 
Jofrph Cirlefs hath in all Things conformed himl'elf according 
to the Direiftions of the feveral Ails of Parliament made 
concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Noficc, that, by 
virtue of an Aft palled in the Fifth 'Year of His late 
Majcfty's Reign, his Certificate wiij be allowed and con- 
firmed as the liiid Ait direits, unlefs Caufe be Ihewn to the 
contrary on or before the :4th of January liiftant. 



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From CUf0Daji January 3, to ^aturDaj) January 7, 1804. 



AT the Court at St. James's, the 4th of Ja- 
puary 1804, 

PRESENT, 

The KING'S Mod Excellent Majefty in Council. 

'InHIS Day the Right Honotable Arthur Paget 
-*- was, by His Majefty'i Command, IVoin of 
His Majefty's Moft Honorable Privy Council, and 
took his Place at the Board accordingly. 



AT the Court at St. James's, the 4th of Ja- 
nvary i 804, 

PRESENT, 

The KING'S Moft Excellent Majefty in Council. 
VT7HEREAS the Time limited by His Ma- 

™ "i jelly's Order in Council of the Twenty- 
fecond Day of June One thoufand eight hundred 
and three, prohibiting the tranfporting into any 
Parts out of this Kingdom, any Pig Iron, Bat- 
Iron, Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofin, Turpentine, An- 
chors, Cables, Cordage, Mads, Yards, Bowfprito, 
Oars, Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval 
Stores, will expire upon the Eleventh Day of this in- 
Hant January : And whereas it is judged expedient 
for His Majefty's Service, and the Safety of this 
Kingdom, that the faid Prohibition fliould be con- 
tinued for fome Time longer. Hi? Majefty doth 
therefore, with the Advice of His Privy Council, 
liercby order, require, prohibit, and command, that 
no Perfou or rcrfuns whafoever do at any Time, for 
the Space of Six Months from the faid Eleventh 
Day of this inilant January', prefume to tr?nfport 
into any Farts out of this Kingdom any Ptg-lron, 
Bar-Iron, Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofin, Turpentine, 
Anchors, Cables, Cordage, Mafts, Yards, Bowfprits, 
Oars, Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval 
Stores, or do (hip or lade any Pig-iron, Bar-Iron, 
Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofm, Turpentine, Anchors, 
Cables, Cordage," Mafts, Yards, Bowfprits, Oars, 
-Or.kum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval Stores, 



or Ship or lade any of the Articles above-mentioned 
on board any Ship or Veftcl, In order to tianfport- 
ing the fame into any Parts !-eyond the Seas, with- 
out Leave or PermilTion firft being had and obtained 
from His Majefty or His Privy Council, upon pain 
of incurring the Forfeitures inflifttd by an Aft 
pafTed in the Thirty-third Year of His Majefty's 
Reign, intituled " An A61 to enable His Majefty 
" to teftrain the Exportation of Naval Stores, and 
" more effeftually to prevent the Exportation of 
" Salt-Pctre, Arms, and Ammunition, when pro- 
" hibited by Proclamation or Order iri Council:" 
But it is neverthelefs His Majefty's Pleafurc, that 
nothing herein contained fliall extend, or be con- 
ftrued to extend, to any of His Majefty's Ships of 
War, or any other Ships or Vcffels or Boats in the 
Service of His Majefty, or employed or freighted by 
His Majefty's Board of Ordnance, or by the Cora- 
mifiioners of His Majefty's Navy ; nor to prevent 
any Ship or VefTel from taking or having on board 
fuch Quantities of Naval Stores as may be necef- 
fary for the Ufe of fuch Ship or Vcflcl during the 
Courfe of her intended Voyage, or by Licence front, 
the Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, or the 
Commifiioners of the Admiralty for the Time 
being ; nor to the Exportation of the faid feveral 
Articles to Ireland, or to His Majefty's Yards or 
Garrifons, or to His Majefty's Colonies or Planta- 
tions in America or the Weft Indies, or to Neiv- 
foundland, or to His Majefty's Forts and Settle- 
ments on the Coaft of Africa, or to the Idand of 
St. Helena, or to the Brltifli Settlements or Faftories 
in the Eaft Indies : Provided, that upon tlie Ex- 
portation of any of the faid Articles for the Pur- 
pofes of Trade to Ireland, or to His Majefty's 
Yards and Garrifons, or to His Majefty's Colonics 
and Plantations in America or the Weft Indies, or 
to the Idand of Newfoundland, or to His Ma- 
jefty's Forts and Settlements ou tlie Coaft of Africa, 
or to the Ifland of St. Helena, or to the* BritiHi 
Settlements or FaftoricR In t!ie F;ift Indies, thf 



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Exporters of fuch Articles do firft make Oath of 
the true Dcllination of the fame to llie Places for 
which they fliall be ciitcrtd tuitwards, before the 
lintiy of the fame Ihall be made, and do give full 
and fuflicieiit Security, by Bond, to the Saliffaclion 
of the Coinminioncrs of His MiijeHy's Ciiftoms, tc 
carry the faid Articles to the Pi;icts for which they 
are fo entered Outwards, and for the Purpofes 
fpecificd, and none other ; and i'uch Bond (hall not 
be cmciUcd or delivered up until Proof be made 
to the Satisfaftion of the faid CommUfioners, by 
the Produftion, within a Time to be fixed by 
the faid Commifiioners and fpecilied in the Bonel, 
of a Certificate or Certificates, in fuch Form and 
Manner as fliall be directed by the faid Commif- 
fioners, (hewing that the faid Articles have been all 
duly landed at the Places for which they were en- 
tered Outwards: And the Right Honorable the 
Lords Commifiioners oT His Majedy's Trcafuiy, 
the CommKTioners for executing the Office of Lord 
High Admii-al of Great Britain, and the Lord 
Warden of the Cinque Pons, are to give the nt- 
ctflary Dircflions herein as to them may refpcc- 
tivtly appertain. fV. Fanvhcncr. 

WhitehiiU, January 2, 1 804. 

The King lias been plcafed to giant unto Lieu- 
tenant Edward Swainilon, of the Firft (or Royal 
Regiment of Dragoons, Second, but only furviving' 
SJ.)n and Heii' of Allan Swainilon, late of tlie City 
of York, Doftor of Pliyfic, by Fiances his Wife, 
who was the fole fiirviving Siflu and Heir of Henry 
Strangways, the only Son and Heir of John Strang, 
waysj fome Time of York aforcfaid, and of Alne, 
near Gafmgwold, in that County, all iince dcceafed, 
his Royal Licence and Authority, that he, and his 
lilue, may (out of afftdtionate Rifpcdl for tlie 
Memory, and in Compliance with the Wifh of his 
rate hon >ured ^fothcr the faid Frances 'Swainilon, 
fcrmerly Frances Strangways, take andiufe the Sur- 
name oi Strangways, in Addition tg that of Swain- 
iton : ; , 1 . , 

^ And alfo to order that this His Majefty's Con- 
ccflion and declaration be regillered in His. College 
of Arms. 
' jyhilchall, y,iminry 6, 1 804. •'■'■■ 

The- King hss-been pkafed to grant nnto Abra 
bam He David Trixeira, of [..ondon, Mercl-.int, His 
Royal J>ice nee and Authority, that he may refunie 
b>« Namr of Abraham Teixcira, inllead of Abra- 
ham de Da^id Tcixeira, and hcscefortli, in all Cal^s 
whatever, write himfelf Abraham Teixciia : 

And alfo to order, that this HIV M ijdly's Co!<- 
ccffion and Declaration, be regillered in His Col- 
lege of Arma, otiierwifc to be void and of nr.ife 
Lliett. . 

n'ii.'eial/, Jonliaryj, iSoi. • 

The King has been plm ed to appuim Mr ^\l(^• 
limi rlkine to Ijt Coinmtlfary of the Coniniiir.itiot 
of GLft.'".^, vacant by the Death uf Mr. Jolin Oir. 

Cuia.n^ '^^ in the Inveme.sfhire, &c. Rcginu-nt of 

i-liiiUJ, Ji^netl ty lie' Lord Lieuhnaitt. 
Majjr Hugh Role 10 be LieiJtciiaiit-Colonel, vice 



Francis Stewart, rcfigned. Dated Novembtr 15, 
1803. 

James Watfon, Efq; to be Captain, vice the Ho- 
norable Archibald Frafer, appointed Lieutenant- 
Colonel of the Air Volunteers. Dated Decem- 
ber I. 1803. 

iLiifign John Munro to be Lieutenant, vice James 
Grant, rcfigned. Dated November 9, 1 803. 

Peter Grant, Gent, to be Lnfign, vice Munro, pro- 
moted. Dated as above. 

Commiffton In the London Militia, figncil by His Ma- 
jfjly't Commi/Jioiiers of Lieut en amy for the faid Cily. 
Wrfl Regiment. 

Thomas Thomas, Gent, to l)e Enfign, vice Farmer, 
rcfigned. Dated December 25, 1803. . 

Comm'iffions in the Nottlnghamfliire Militia, figned by 

the Lord Lieutenant. D at rd November 2e), 1803. 
John Bogle Delap to be Captain. 
Alexander Fothcringham to be Lieutenant. 

Commiffon in the Bedfordfliire Militia, Jigned by the 

Lord Lieutenant. 
Charles Catnnir, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated Oc- 
tober 26, 1803. 

Commi^ion in the Norfolk Milllia, figned by the 

Lord Lieutenant. 

Ldflern Regiment. 

Edward Whaites, Gent, to be Lieutenant. Dated 

December 24, 18-3. 

Comm'iffions figned by the L^ord L^ieutenant of the County 
0/" Worceftcr. Dated December 14, 1803. 
To be Deputy Liiiilenants, 
Honoiablc George William Coventry. 
William Beaucliamp Lygon, Efq. 
John Lygon, Efq. 
i'homas Wakeiijan, Efq. 

Comns'tlpcns in the Leicefterdiire Regiment of M'^i^'a. 
figned by the Lord Lieulennvl. 

Lieutenant Benjamin Hands to be Captain. Dated 
Novembtr 10, I 803. ■ 

Enfign John Pitts to be Lieutenant. Dated as 
above. 

John Maule, Gent, to be Ditto. Dated as above. 

Lieutenant and Adjutant John Bnrgefs to be Cap- 
tain by Brevet. Dated December 7, 1803. 

Lieutenant Jolin Maule to be Afliltaut-Surgcon. 
Dated November 25, 1803. 

Commiffiohs' , in the Secbrfd Regiment of Tower 
Jlamlefs Militi:i,-7yr/7f/s' by the Lord IJeulenant. 
Dated December 7^, 1S03.' ' 
Eniign George Edward Carruthers to be Lieu- 
tenant, vice i.celon, rcfigned. , . 
William Leefon, Gent, to b?, Enfign, v,ipe,.Ci}pv • 
lUlhcrs, promoted. , . ' 

CommiJ/im ta the iRoysI Regimcjt -of Dtvon and 
Cornwall Miners, fgncd by the Lord Warden. 
DatediDeceiider IJ, li<o%. 

Daniel Web'b, Efq; to be Captain, vice DIcktnfon, 
deceafid.' 

Commijfions in the Royal Lanark Regiment of Militia, 

figned by the Lord I^ieutenaht. 
John Y.tf-"ch, Efq, to be Captain. Dated Decem- 
ber 1*, 1803. ' 



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Edward Hxiie, Gent, to be Lieutenant. Dated De- 

ccinber 25, 1803. 
Edward Brown, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated as 

above. 



War-Office, January "] , 1804. 

2d Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Owen Li'ndfay, 
Gent, to be Afilllanl-Siirgeon, vice Edwards, 
promoted in the ift Light Infantry Battalion of 
the Line in Ireland. 

4.'/^ Ditto, Captain George Richard Golding, from 
the Bill Fuot, to be Captain of a Troop, vice 
Dodgfon, deceafcd. 

ijl Regiment of Dragoons, Surgeon John Irwin, from 
the 2.i.th Foot, to be Surgeon, vice Humphries, 
appointed Surgeon to a Recruiting Diftrift. 

Ztli Regiment of Light Dragoons, Lieutenant War- 
ren White, from the 63d Foot, to be Lieutenant, 
vice Cleaver, who exchanges. 

i6th Ditto, James O'Mcally, Gent, to be Affiilant- 
Surgeon, vice Veitch, who refigns. 

1 17? Ditto, Lieutenant Jolhua Gartlide to be Cap- 
tain of a Troop, without Purchafe, vice Mangin, 
deceafed. 

Cornet A. M. Lawfon de Cardonell to be Lieute- 
nant, vice Gartlide. 

John Dexter, Gent, to be AfTillant-Surgeon, vice 
Buchanan, promoted in the 13th Battahon of 
Ilcferve. 

ijl Regiment of Foot Guards. 
To be Enfigns, ivithoul Purchafe, 

Honorable James Stanhope. 

Henry Stables, Gent. 

Colquitt, Gent. 

Henry Edmund Joddrell, Gent. 

George Clutterbuck, Gent. 

3flf Ditto. 
To be Enfigns, ivithont Purchafe, 

Cornet Henrv . P. Boyce, from Half. Pay of the 
7th Light I)ragoons. 

Chailcs Fox Canning, Gent. 

N. C. Burton, Gent. 

Honorable Charles Gordon. 

if Baliafiov of. the \f Regiment of Foot, Enfign 
Thr)mLi3 . A'nderfon to be Lieutenant, by Pur- 
chal^e.-vice Nicholfpn, promoted. 

tfth Regiment of Foot, 1 homas Hujiter Blair, Gent 
to ~be Enllga, by Purchafe, vice Fldtcher, pro-. 
moled. ' ' , ' - 

8/^ Ditto, Robert Watfo'ii Goi'ddn, Gent, to be 
Enfign, by Purchafe, vice Dickonfon, promoted. 

r/jh -Diilto, '¥rai',ch Smyth, Gent, to be Aflillant-. 
Surgeon, vice M'Intofli, promoted in the 92 d 
rFoot^j' -. ! ■:■■'•'■ ■ ■' ' ;... 

\$lh Dtiio, Lieutenant Peter S'mpfon, from Half- 
Pay of the J7ih Foot, to be Lieutenant. 
.23^ Ditto. 
: ^ffo be Firf Lieutenants, 

Second Lieutenant George ^eniiEjt,^- Vyithp^it jPur- 
tliafe, vice Hill, promoted. ' ; ; . ..... , 

Second Lieutenant I'dward Merryman, vice Smitli, 
promoted in the 7;th .Battah'on.of Referve. 

SEcoud LieAtenaiit William George. Stainforth, hv 
Purchafe,. vice lingfcote, promoted' in the 2d 
!\yeib India iRegiineni. 

-Ji'.j.^ To be Second Lieutenants, 

Richard Walker, Gent, vice Stalriforth, 



Edward Keane, Gent, vice Bennett. 

Robert D. Pattifon, Gent, vice Merryman. 

24/A Regiment of Foot, Surgeon Jonathan Feather- 
ftone, from the l2tli Battalion of Referve, to be 
Surgeon, vice Irwin, removed to the ill Dra- 
goons. 

2()th Ditto, Enfign William Brovfn to be Lieute- 
nant, without Purchafe. 

2'}th Ditto, John Scott, Gent, to be Enfign, by 
Purchafe, vice Pelly, promoted. 

2^th Ditto, John Crook, Geut. to be Enfign, by 
Purchafe, vice Skinner, promoted in the Ncwr.. 
foundland Fencibles. 

34//J Ditto, Captain James Cull, from the 5:9th 
Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice M'Pher- 
fon, who exchanges. 

36//J1 Ditto, William Burke, Gent, to be Enfign, by 
Purchafe, vice Elliott, promoted in the 62d Foot. 

38//; Ditto, Lieutenant John Doherty, from Half- 
Pay of the 49th Foot, to be Lieutenant. 

Cornet Lambert Pepper, from HalfrPay of tlie late 
24th Dragoons, to be Enfign, vice Fulton, pro- 
moted. 

45^4 Ditto, Captain John Payne, from the 47th 
Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice Nicol- 
fon, who exchanges. 

46/A Ditto, Lieutenant. General John Whyte, fi'om 
the ill Welt India Regiment, to be Colonel, vice 
Sir James H. Craig, appointed to the Command 
of the 86th Regiment. 

47/^ Ditto, Captain Peter Nicolfon, from the 45th 
Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice Payne, 
who exchanges. 

^zd Ditto, Lieutenant-Colonel John Stewart (un- 
attached) to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice Vcfey, 
removed to the Nova Scotia Fencibles. 

Captain William Wade to be Major, by Purchafe, 
vice Stewart, promoted. 

59//; Ditto, Captain Alexander M'Pherfon, from 
the 34th Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice 
Bull, who exchanges. 
, 60th Ditto, Captain Sainuel Courteney, from Half- 
Pay ^f the 39th Foot, to be Captain, vice Bur- 
nell; who exchanges. • 

Serjeant-Major Deckner to be .■\djutant, 

with the Rank of Enfign, vice Murray, who re. 
figns. 

Glfl Ditto, Lieutenant Daniel Roberts to be Cap- 
tain of a Company, witliout Purchafe, vice John- 
fon, removed to the 77th Foot. 

6j,d Ditto, Lieutenant Edward Cleaver, from tie 
Stli Light Dragoons, to be Lieuseii*nt,..vice 
White, who exchanges. •..'-,-. ■.•:■'•' 

lid Ditto, William Annllrong, Gent, to be Enfigi!, 
by Purchafe, vice Frafer, promoted. 

76//" D/«o, Redmond Hinton Kelly, Gent, to be 
Eafign, wit^iout Purchafe, vice CovcU, proniotetl 
in the 69111 Foot 

79/16 Ditto, Alexander Maclean, Gent, to be En- 
ligii, wiriiout Purchafe, vice Donald Cattipbtlt, 
promoted. 
.Bombadier James Brown, from the Royal Artillerjf, ' 
to be Adjutant, with the Rank of Enfign, vice 
Andiew Brown, promoted. 

8iy/ Ditto, Lieutenant Robert Moody to be Cap- 
tain of a Company, vice M'Larreii, who retires. 

Enfign Cornelius Neale to be Lieutenant, without 
Purchafe, vice Rogers, decealed. 



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WillUm Smyth, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Keale. 

Sph Rf^'tnifnt of Funt, Eiirictn Alcxandci Nicliolfon 
to be Lieutcna>v, by Purtlr,ifc, vice Llarkc, pro- 
mo' td. 
86/i Ditto, Lieutenant- General Sir James Henry 
Craig. K B. from ilie 46ih Kivit, to be Culoncl, 
vice General G«iiih<^'d, Jcccalcd 
S9/A Ditto, Samufl Ferj;iiiTon, Gent, to be Afiiilant- 
Surgcon, vico Sleet, |»romolcil in the 2d Divifion 
of Militia Light Infantry in Ireland. 
^id Ditto, Lieutenant Jaini'S Sealon, from the I3ih 
Foot, to be Captain of a Company, without Pur- 
chafe. 
95/A Ditto, Samuel Bridge, Efq; on Half-Pay as 
Captain of the Sad Regiment, to be PaymaiUr, 
vice Innes, ;ippointed Diilriot Paymaller. 
jjl IVtfl India Regimdit, M.ijor-General Lord Charle.<; 
H. Sonierfet, from the Half Pjy of the 41)1 
Foot, to be Colonel, vice Lieutenant General 
Whvte, appointed to the CommaiiJ of the 46th 
Foot. 
Royal African Corpt, Captain Richard- Lloyd to be 

Major, wiihonl Piircliafe. 
Lieutenant John Kingfley t6 be Captain of a Com- 
pany. 
Enfign Gtorge Palmer, from the Half- Pay of the 
late id Irilh Brigade, to be Enfigii, vice M'Der- 
mot, who exchanges. 
John Martyn, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Odium, 
• promoted. 

id Battalion of Rffervc, Enligii Brinlcy Purcfoy, 
from the 1 31I1 Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice l..uloi', 
who refigns. 
William Alexander, Gent, to be Enlign, vice Fuf- 

bcrry, who refigns. 
6//j Ditto, Lieutenant Arthur Gelliin Coote, from 
the loth Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice 
Shaw, whofe Appointment, does not take Place. 
Lieutenant Thomas Jone.s, horn the Roy:tl Staff 

Corps, to be Captain of a Company. 
Enfign Thomns Light to be Lieutenant. 
Geori;e Warren, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Light. 
8/A Ditto, Lieutenant Mufgrave Sliawe, fr(^i tiie 
1 2th Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice 
Eyre, removed to the 5 ill Foot. 
1 2th Ditto, Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Ha- 
milton, from the Half Pay of the late 7th Well 
India Kcgiracnt, to be Maji)r, vice Hall, who e.\- 
ciiangcs. 
Aflillant-Surgeon Chatles Waite, from the 14th 
Light Dragoons, to be Surgeon, vice Feather- 
ft.inc, ttmovtd to the Z4tli Foot. 
Nova Scotia Fenciblei, Lieutenant-Colonel John A. 
Vefcy, from the 52dFo«t, to be Lieutcnant-Co- 
lon-l, vict Roberts, dvcealcd. 
Cauadiattl-cn;ib!es, Lie;u«'iani .'\lcxander MacQjieen, 
from the Half Pay of tiit late Qui en's Rangers, 
to be Licutet.aiit. 

The King's German Lepon, 
To bt Captaini of Comf-anjn, tvith temporary Rant 
in thr yli my, 
Lirutenant Auguihis Baron Rcitzcndein. 
Lieutdiint Erncll Count Kielmanufcgge. 
Licutcoaat Augullua Du Plat. 

To Ac L'uultiianli, 
— Haafmaii. 



Enfign — 

Second Lieutenant Atigudus Rumann, with tem- 
porary Rank iu the Army. 



Sacond Liautenant Dctmering, with tetnporarj- Rank 
in the Army. 

To he ^arler-majler, 

Stewart, Gent. 

To be Surgeon, 
Surgeon Fr. Weberr. 

To be /t/jijlanl Surgeons, 
Hof.,ital-Mate G- Rielke. 
Holpital-Matc J A. Romhcld. 

ph Royal Garri/on Battalion, Surgeon Marfden Hil- 
ton, from the 17th Foot, to be Suigeon, vice 
Rogers, appointed Surgeon to the Forces. 

BREVET. 

To he Brigadier-Grnfrals in the yfnny ferving- in l/.e 
IVintlivurd and Leeward Carilhee Ijland Station. 

Colonel Crofton Vandelcur, ol the 46tli Foot. 

Colonel ^Villiam Carlyon Hughes, of the byth Foot. 
To be Mat or in the Arms, 

Captain Henry Samuel Eyre, of the 12th Battalion 
of Referve. 

To be AJfiJ^ant-Barrach-MaJler-Cenerals, with the 
Rank of Major, fo long as their Services Jhall con- 
tinue in the Barrach Department . 

Brevet Major James Murray Grant, on Half-Pay of 
the 3d Foot Guards. 

Major Jaines Brace, on Half-Pay of Goreham's 
late Provincial Regiment. 

STAFF. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Willougliby Gordon, Afliflant- 
Qnarter-Maller General in tlie Southern Diilrift, 
to be Deputy Barrack-Mafter-General to the 
Forces, vice Major-General Hewgill, who refigns. 

To he Infpediing Field Officers of Yeomanry and Vo' 
lunlecr Corps. 

Colontl John Delves Broughton, on Half-Pay of 
the 1 06th Foot. 

Lieutenant Colonel Sir Robert Thomas Wilfon, 
Knt. on Half- Pay of Hompefch's Mounted Rifle- 
men. 

Major Aubrey, on Half-Pay (with the 

Rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army fo long 
as he is cniploycd). 

Chailts Miller, Elq; late Lieutenant-Colonel of the 
ill Weft India Rigiment (with Ditto}. 

Thomas Probyn, Efq; Inte J^ieutenant-Colonel of 
the iSih Foot (with Ditto). 

John Storey, Efq: late Lieutenant-Colonel of the 
21ft; Foot (with Ditto). 

HOSPITAL STAFF. 
Dillricl Surgeon Miittlebury to be Surgeon 

to the Forces. 
Surgeon .Richard Humphries, from the id D»a- 

goon-., to bt Surgeon of a Recruiting Dillrift, 

vice Muttlehury. . 

BARRACKS. 

Chatlei Maffey. Gent late Barrack Maftcr at Mal- 
d<in, to be a Deputy Barrack-Maftcr in Great 
Great Biitain. 

Memorixdum. 
The Appointments of Thoma:; Jarmy, Cent. to. 
he Enfign in the 6th Battalion of Referve, and 
William Hanmcr, Gent, to he Enfign in the nih 
liattalioii of Relerve, as llatril in ihe Gazette of 
tile I (;th July lall, have not taken j)litcc. 



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Erratum in the Gazette of tlie 371!! Ultimo. 
gth Battalion of Rcfcrve. 
Vor Jolin Kernan, Gent, to be F.iifiijn, 
P..(;ad John Sharman, Gent, to be Eiifign. 



War-Office, January 7, 1804. 

Hereforiffliire Gentlemen anil Ttomanry Cjvnlry. 
Brevet Major Sir Gecjrj^e Cornewall to he Major. 
Litutenant William Greenly to be Captain, vice 

Cornevvall. 
Cornet William Parry to be Lieutenant, vice 

Greenly. 
Whaley Armltage, Gent, to be Lientenant. 
Richard Underwood, Gent, to be Cornet, vice 

Pirry. 
Williams Allen, Gent, to be Adjutant. 

2d Regiment of Norfolk Gentlemen and I'eomanry 
Cavalry. 
Hammond Alpe, Efq; to be Lieutenant-Colonel. 
John Hyde, Efq:; to !« Major, 
Murray, Gent, to be Adjutant. 

7id Regiment of Ditto. 
Charles Smith, Efq; to be I-ieutenant-CoIoncL 
Charles Laton, Efq; to be Major. 

Snffex Gentlemen and l\'omanry Cavalry. 
Thomas Read Kemp, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
Culling Smit^, Gent, to be Cornet. 

Tetuhefhury Volunteer Cavalry. 
Charles Handford, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 
Nind, refigned. 

jihergavetmy Volunteer Infantiy. 
Rev. \Villiara Powell to be Chaplain. 

Alford and Village Volunteers. 
Commartdant J. W. Yorke to be Lieutenant-Colonel- 
Commandant. 

\fl Regiment of Bucks Volunteer Infantry. 
Leutenant John Grant to be Adjutant. 

Old Buclenhain Volunteer Infantry, 
William Hayward, Gent, to be Enfign. 

South Chlchefier Volunteers. 
Charles Smith, Efq; to be Captain. 
W^illiam Collins, Gent, to be LieEtenant. 
Thomas Robins, Gent, to be- Enfign, vice Dally, re- 
figned. 

Deal Volunteer Artillery. 
John Winter, Efq; to be Captain. 
Thomas Winter, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Dover Volunteer .eirtllkry. 
John Shipdem, Efq; to be Captain. 

\ft Battalion of Dorfvi Volunteers. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Earl Digby to be Colonel. 

Nllhfddh Battalion of Dumfrlesfhire Volunteers. 
Chryftie Ewart, Efq; to be Major. 

To be Captains, 
Sir Robert Grierfon, Bart. 
Robert Dalzell, Efq; vice Millar, refigned. 
Lieutenant Peter Smith. 
Lieutenant James Goldie. 

William D. W. Hendcrfon, Cent, vice Connel, re- 
figned. 

To be Lieiitenanti, 
Charles Grierfon, Gent. 

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John Burnice, Gent. 

To le Enfgnst, 
Hugh Richardfon, Gent. 
Robert Ricliaidfou, Gent. 
William M'Lure, Gent. 

To be /Idjntant, 
George Chryftie, Gent. 

To be ^arier-mcjfler^ 
John Allan, Gent. 

Annandale and Efidalc Battalion of Dumfrtcs-Jhlrt 
Volunteers. 
Lieutenant James Lell to be Captain. 
Robert Henderfon, Gtiit. to be Lieutenant, viie 

Bell. 
John Lindfny, G-ent. to be Lieutenant, vice Li'ovvn. 
Thomas Douglas, Gent, to lie Enfign, vice Kier, 

religned. 
John Jardine, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Richardfon, 

lefigned. 

Dumfries Artilkry Company. 
John M'Ghie, Efq; to be Captain. 
Adam Rankine, Gent, to be Firft Lientenant. 
Robert Grainger, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Elgin Volunteer Regiment. 
Captain Alexander Grant, to be Liet}tcnantCo- 

lonel-Comniandant. 
Captain P. Strachan, to be Major. , 

Excife Corps. 
Rev. Roger Wilfon, A.M. to be Chaplain. 
Leefe, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Folhflone Volunteer ArtiUery. 
William Knight, Efq; to be Captain. 

Forefl Volunteers. 
Jo'nn Thomas, Gent, to be Adjutant, with tlie 
Brevet Rank of Captain. 

Greenock and Port Clafgotv Volunteer Infantry. 
Enfign Duncan M'Gowan, to be l^ieutenant, vic« 

Fotheringliam, gazetted by Miftake. 
Enfign John Buchanan, jiin. to be Lieutenant, vice 

LanJ, gazetted by Miftake. 

Helm/ley Volunteers. 
Thomas Duncombe, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Helflone Volunteers. 
John Rogers, Efq; to be Captain. 
Thomas Clryh's, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
John Borlaie, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Hajllngs Vohmteer Artillery. 
Thorns'! riiillips, Efq; to be Captain. 
John Phillips, Gent, to 'be Lieutenaiit. 

To be Enfigns, 
James Cltliand, Gent, vice M'Gown. 
William Heartwell, Gent, vice ijuchan:\ii. 
Thomns Lang, Gent, nee Lcvcii, refiu-i.td. 

Klncardinejlnre Volunteer Regiment. 
Alexander Burnett, Efq; to be Lieutenant-Co!on,cl- 

Commandant. 
Sir John Stuart, Bart, to be Lieutenant-Colonel, 

To be Captains, 
Charles Scott, Efq. 
John Menzics, Efq. 
Thomas Burnett, Efq. 
Honourable Arbuthnott. 



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James Mitchell, ^fq. 
John Douglas, El'q. 

J.eeJi J'olunletr Infantry. 
Robert Pickci iiig, Gent, to be Lieutenant and Quar- 
ter Mailer. 

JJchJteld Volunttrr Infantry. 
Jonathan MRllctt, Gent, to bcQ^artcr-Mafter. 

Royal Tork lilarylebonc Volunteers. 
Eofign Jenkin Jones, to be Lieutenant, vice Bryan, 
appointed to the Coldltream Guards. 
To bt Enfi^m, 
John Morris, Gent, vice Penny, refigned. 
V'ifcount Percival, vice Jones. 

Mile End Volunteers. 
Licutcn.mt George White to be Captain, vice 

Thomproii, promoted, 
tnlign Thomas Daplyn to be Lieutenant, vice 

White. 
Charles ^mith, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Daplyn. 

Milton and Dorehe/ler Volunteer Infantri. 
John Walfon, Gene, to be Lieutenant, vice Jcmmett. 

To be Enfigns, 
John Saunders, Gent, vice Wells. 
Richard Juftice, Gent, vice Hull. 
William Betteridge, Gent, vice Tempcro. 

Mountjbay Volunteers . 
Richard Dennis, Geiit. to be Lieutenant, vice Pcr- 

mcwan, rfilgned. 
Geoigc Glaflon, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Ncrivich Riflemen. 
Lieutenant Chapman to be Captaiuj vice Bacon, pro- 
moted. 
Lieutenant Sudbury to be Ditto, vice Black, re- 

figned. 

Second Lieutenant Story to be Firft Lieutenant, vice 
Chapman. 

iSccor.d Lieutenant Glegg to be Ditto, vice Sud- 
bury. 

M. B. Mingay, Gerit. to be Second Licutrn^it, vice 
Story. 

Woodrow, Gent, to be Ditto, vice Glegg. 

Rev. James Brown to be Chalpain. 

zd or Belmont, or North Strathmcre B'll'alion of the 
Second Royal Perthjbire Volunteer Brigade. 
7o be L,ieulenants, 
John Rattray, Gent. 
'James Scott, Gent. 
James Millar, Gent. 

To be Enfigns, 
James Dick, Gent. 
David Anderfon, Gent. 
William MuOavd, Gent. 

■5</ or Montealh Baltalion of the zd Royal Pertl^ire 

Volunteer Brigade. 
Jsmes Gillefpie, Geni. to be Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant J jhn M'Lcan to be Adjutant. 

Rairlgale Volunteer Artillery. 
George Louch, £fq; to he Captain. 
George Stevens, Gent to be Lieutenant. 
Henry Cull, jun. Gent, to be Ditto. 

Renfreiujhire Gentlemen and Teomanry Infantry. 
Major Portci field to be Lieutenant- Colonel. 
Archibald Spiers, Efq; to be Major, vice Porterfield. 



"William SteTcnfon, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
John Penkcrton, Gent, to be Surgeon. 
Hugh Lowe, Gent, to be Quartcr-Mafter. 

Royal Roehampton, Putney, and Mortlake Volunteers, 

To be Enji^ns, 
Charles Payne, Gent. 
Ifaac Lindo, Gent. 
Charles Greenwood, Gent. 

Rye Volunteer Artillery. 
Daniel Gill, Efq; to be Captain. 
W. Bra/.ier, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
William Miller, Gent, to be Ditto. 

Eajlern Rofs Battalion. 
George Sackvillc Sutherland, Efq; to be Adjutant, 
witli the Rank of Captain. 

St. Andrew and St. George's Volunteers. 
Lieutenant James Mansfield, to be Captain, vice 

Grimwood, refigned. 
Henry Revcll-Reynolds, Efq; to be Captain, vice 

Lowiidcs, refigned. 
Enfign Matthew Wigham, to be Lieutenant, vice 

Mansfield. 
Robert BlafTon, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Francis, 

refigned. 
Peter Squire, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Wigham. 
John Slaton, Gent, to be Quartcr-Mafter. 
James Taylor, jun. Gent, to be AffilW.t Surgeon. 

St. Catherine's Volunlsers. 
William Warner, Gent, to be Suigcon. 

Scarborough Volunteers. 

Enfign Anthony Belwick to be LleutCiiant, vice 
Befwick, deccafed. 

Anibrofe Prowdc, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Bef- 
wick. 

Edward Donner, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Bancroft. 

Selfcy uirtilhry Company. 
Thomas Soutcr, Efq; to be Captain. 
William Woodman, Gent, to be Firll Lieutenant. 
Charles Dendy, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Slour Loyal Volunteers, 
John Hornl'ijlow, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Somerton and Eangport Regiment. 

Lieutenant Charles Pitt to be Captain, vice Pyne, 
promoted. 

Second Lieutenant John Knight to be Firft Lieute- 
nant, vice Pitt. 

John Penny, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, vice 
Knight. 

John 'i'urner, Gent, to be Qnarter-MaiTer. 

Lieutenant William Norman to be Surgeon. 

Stca^ham Ligl>t Infantry Volunteers. 
Lieutenant John Trenchard to be Captain, vice 
Guyon, refigned. 

Tunhridge IFells Volunteers. 
Henry Fry, Efq; to be Captain, vice Stephens, re- 
figned. 

Windfor Volunteers. 
John Chapman, Gent, to be Suigcon. 

Woottenunder-edge Volunteers. 
Han fit n Green Parflow, Gent, to be Enfign, vice 
Beady, dilmilTed. 

Il^tj! .Tratting Volunteer Company. 
William Long, Gent, to bi; Enfign, 



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city of York Volunteer Infantry. 
Fretlerick Swineard, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

A'mJVte of York Volunteer Infantry. 
Robert Anderfoii, Gent, to be Enlign. 

Errata 

In Ga7;ette of 13th Ultimo. 

For Robert Hodgart, Gent, to be Enfign, vice 

Clarke, refigned, 
Read Enfign Robert Watt to be Lieutenant, vice 

Clarke, refigntd. 
Robert Hodgart, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Watt. 

In Gazette of 17th Ultimo. 
North Shields and Tynemotith Volunteers. 
For Enfign Alexander Frank to be Lieutenant, 
Read Enfign Alexander Crighton to be Lieutenant. 



Admiralty-Office, January 7, 1804. 

Copy of a Letter from the Right Honorable hord Keith, 
K. B. Admiral of the Blue, isfc. to Sir Evan jVe- 
pean, Bart, dated on board His Majefly^s Ship the 
Monarch, off Ramfgate, the 6th Injlant. 

SIR, 

I ENCLOSE, for their Lordfliips' Information, a 
Copy of a Letter which I have received from 
Captain Owen, of His Majelly's Ship Imaiortalitc, 
acquainting me, that HisMajelly's Gun-Brig tlie Ar- 
cher, and the Griffin Hired Cutter, (the Crew of 
the former being reinforced by Lieutenant Payne 
and fome of the Immortalite's Men,) had captured 
One of the Enemy's GunVeffels, a Dogger, a 
Schuyt, and Two Blankenberg Fifhing-Boats, ap- 
parently Fart of a Convoy proceeding to Boulogne. 
I have the Honor to be, &c. KEITH. 

Immortalite, at Anchor on the Edge of 
the Bank de Baas, Boulogne, S. E. 
Haf S. Four or Five Miles, ll'ed- 
My Lord, nefday, January 4, 1804. 

HAVING laft Night reinforced the Crew of the 
Archer with fome Men from this Ship, and 
puflitd her in clofe Shore, (lie was fortunate enough 
to fall in with and capture tiie French Lugger Gun- 
Veffcl, No. 432, mounting an Eighteen and a 
Twclve-Puundcr, commanded by an Knfign de Vail- 
feau, with Five Seamen, a Lieutenant, and Twenty- 
fix Grenadiers of the Thirty-fixth Regiment of the 
Line, fome of whom, v:ith Two Seamen, efcaptd 
in her Boat during the running Fight, whicii Ihe 
coEitinued for a Quarter of an Hour with her Stern 
Gun andMuflietry. The Archer had Part of her 
Rigging cut, but no one materially hurt on either 
Side. 

The Archer and Griffin afterwards captured a 
Dogger, a Schuyt, and Two Blanker.berg Filhing- 
Boats, which the Prifoners report to be Part o! a 
Convoy, which, with a Frame of Sixteen Guns, and 
Five or Six Gun-Veffels eicaped uiwler the Land in 
the dark ; iome, I underfland, laden with Pro- 
vilions and Stores. The Schuyt has Gin, and the 
Fiihing Boats Timbers and Knees for Boats ; each 
Veffel had Three or Four Soldiers on board. 

Lieutenant Sheriff, of the Archer, has done every 
Thing I could poil:':,!y wifli or expeft from his Zeal; 
and Lieutenant Payne, of this Ship, who commanded 
the Boat and Party affifting the Archer, cvecuted 



that Service with his ufual Alacrity, and the Com' 
niander of the Griffin has my Thanks for the Share 
he bore in bringing off the latter Veliels, which was 
efFeiled under a very heavy Fire from the .Shore, to 
which they wore as clofe as poffible. 

I have the Honor to be, &c. 
. (Signed) E. W. C. R. OWEN. 
The R\ght Honorable Lord Keith, K. B. 

iifc. ijc. isfe. 



Croiun-OJfice, January 7, 1804. 

MEMBER returned to ferve in this prefeia 

PARLIAMENT. 

Borough of Dorchejler. 
The Honorable Cropley Afiiley. 

Admiralty Office, J.:::uary 6, 1 804. 

PUrfuant to an AA of Parliament pafied in the 
Twenty-fixth Year of His late Majelly's Reign, 
this is to give Notice to tlic Concerned, that In- 
formation has been received at this Office, that the 
, Ship Townfeud, of London, whereof John Hippin- 
ttall was Mailer, bound to Dominica, with a Cargo 
of Plantation Stores and other Merchandiz.e, was, on 
the 25th of December latt, ilranded at Portfmouth, 
in the County of Hants. Evan Nepean. 

Navy Office, January 2, 1S04. 
'T^HE Principal Officers and Commjjponers of His 
■* Majefly''s Navy, do hereby give Notice, that on 
IVednefday the 2^th Infant, at One o'Clock, they will 
be ready to treat with fuch Peifons as may be •wilting 
to contraS for fupplying His Majefly's Yards at Dept- 
ford, IVoolivich, Chatham, Sheernefs, Portfmouth, and 
Phmonth, with Braziers' and Founders' Goods. 

A Form of the Tender may be feen at this Office. 

And no Tender ivill be received after T'welve 0' Clock 
on the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
or an Agent for him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy-Office, Januarys, T804, 
'^IIE Principal Officers and Cammijjwr.ers of Htt 
Majcfly^s Navy do hereby give Notice, that on 
IVednefday the 25//1 of January 1804, at Ten o'Clock 
in the Forenoon, Commijfwner Hope -uiitl expofe to Sale 
at his Offitce in His Mujefty's Yard at Chatham, feveral 
Lots of Old Stoi-ei, conjifling rf 

Old Canvas andTaipaulines, 

Old Rope, in Papci-Stuff, 

Shakings, 

Old Boltrope, 

Toppets, 

White Ocham, 

Hemp Rubhilh, 

Old Tar Baneh, OilCa&s, &c. 
all lying in the faid Yard, 'Ufliere eny'-Perfons, •wipArg 
to ItTOme Purchafrs, may b.tve the Liberty of vieivitig 
the fr.me during ihe common working Hours of the 
Yard, until the Day of Safe. ■ 

Inventories and Ccndllioiis of Sale mny be had here 
and al ihe Yard. ■ R; A. Nelfon, iV^JV/a^'* 

Navy-Office, January 4, 1804. 
'T'HE Principal Officers and Commiffimners of Hi: 
-* Majejly's Navy do hereby give ^'jVotice, that on 
Thurfday the 19/A of this Month, at One o'Clock, 
they -vill be ready to treat vjUhfuch Pe.fons at may be 



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iL-Hliifg to cor.lr.ta fit fupplylr.g His Mojtjly'i Yards at 
Dcttjord and li'eoltficb tvilh 

Birch Broom?. 

^ Form of the Tender may he f ten at this Office. 

Ko Tendtr iviH he received after Tweive o'clock on 
the Day of Treaty , nor any noticed, unlefs the I'ctrty, 
or an Agent (or Itm, attends. R. A. Is'clfoii. 

Navy Office, January 5, 1804- 

7^H E. Princifal Officers and Commiffioners nf His 
Mti'iejlj's Navy do hereby give Notice, that on 
Saturday t/x 2 8/ A fn/lant, at One 0' Clock, thty ivdl be 
readt to treat "Mith juch Perfons as may be luilling to 
cmtrnB for fupplying His Mnjejly's Yards at Plymouth 
•with Teams of Horfcs. 

A Form of the Tender, ivitb other Parlicula^s, may 
befeen at this OJice. 

And no Tender ivill be received after T<urelve o'clock 
on the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
or an Agent jor him, attends. 

R. A. Ntlfon, Secretary. 

Admiralty-Office, December 16, 1803. 
kice is hereby given, that a Sc^on nf Oyer nod 
Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the Trial of Of- 
fentes committed on the High Seas, within the 'Jurif- 
diflion of the Admiralty of England, will he held at 
JuJliee'Hall, in the Old Bailey, Londm, on Friday 
the 20lh nf January next, at Eight 0' Clock in the 

Evan Nepean. 



N"!", 



Mornir.g 

Soulh-Sea-Hourc, January 2, 1804" 
'T^HE Court of Diretlors of the South-Sea Com- 
P^"y ,f "'' ^'o'ic't that a General Court of thefaid 
Company 'will be held at this Houfcon Thurfday tU I Cjlh 
Jnflant, at Eleven in the Forenoon, for the Purpofe of 
declaring a Di-eidtnd on their Capital Stock for the Half- 
Tear ending the ph <^ this Month. 

CHEST-OFFICE, GREENWICH, 

31I January 1804 
\'' Olict is hereby given to the Greenwich Lhe/l Pen- 
•* fou/n, that fiich of them as were admitted Pen- 
/loners hy the Go-ternors of th' late Chefl at Chatham, 
on Account of total Blindnefs, or for the Lofi of a 
Jdmb, will not ie required to appear before the Directors 
ml the Expiration of the Term expreffcd in their Tickets 
Perfons allowed Penfion Money by the J aid late Go- 
vernor far Hvrls of any other Defcription, will not be 
faid beyond the Term for which their feveral Pen/tons 
were granted, until they have been examined at this Of- 
fice, any Tucflay mo/1 convenient to thrmfelvcs near the 
Time appointed for them to be reviewed, except thofe tranf- 
nittin" Certificates from their Captains or Commanders 
that they cannot be fpared from Duty in His Mnjefly'i 
Fleet, to whom Payment will be extended Two 1 ears ; 
and alfo Penjioners who, from ill Health or Infirmities, 
are unable to appear, from whom a Certificate of the 
Caufe of Inability will be required, ftgned by Two Sur- 
geons, and the filinifler and Churchwardens of the Pa- 
r'/b in which fuch Pcnfioners refpeHivtly refide. 
By Command of the DireOors, 

Lach. M'Ltan, Acct. 

Eaft India-Houre, November 10, 1803. 

rNE Court of DireSors of the United Company of 
Merchants of England, trading to the Eafl Indies, 
do hereby give Notice, 

That the Transfer Bods of the faid Company's 
Stock iiidl be fhut on Tuefday the tth Ducmbcr next. 



at Two o'clock, and opened again on Thurfday (hi 
tgth January following. 

And that the Dividend Warrants on the faid Stock, • 
due the 5//; 'January, will be ready to be delivered on 
Tuffday the 1 oth January next. 

William Ramfay, Secretary. 

Equivalent-Office, Dowgate-Hill, London, 
January 4. 1804. 
"T^HE Court of Dii\'c:ors of the Equivalent Com- 
"- p.my give Notice, that the Warrants for the Di- 
vidend if Two per Cent, due the 5//' In/lanI, on the 
Capital Stock of the faid Company, will be ready to ie 
delivered out and paid on IVednefday next the 1 1 ih I«- 
flnni, and afterwards Tvcry IVednefday from One to 
Three 0' Clock in the Afternoon, at the hquivalent Of- 
fer, No. 7, Dowgale-Hill, London, and at the Com- 
pany's OJice in Edaiiurgh. 

William Aynge, Secretary. 

SURREY. 
AlOtice is hereby given, that a General Meeting of 
the Lieutenantcy of the County of Surrey, will be 
holden at the Spread Eagle, at Epfim, on Friday the 
20lh Day of "January iujlant, at One o'Clo/k in the 
Afternoon, for the Purpofe of allotting the Numbers of 
Militia Men to be ballolled for in each Subdivifion of 
the faid County. 

By Command of Lord Trignmoulh, V. L. S. 

Sibthorpe, C. G. M. 
Guildford, January 3, 1804. 

Imperial Infuraiice. Office, Jan. 4, 1804. 
ffHF, General Half -Yearly Court of Proprietors 
will be held at their Houfe, in Sun-Court, Corn- 
hill, on Wednefday the iS.'A of January inflant, at One 
o'clock frecifcly, -when certain fpecial Concerns, •which 
are dincled by the Deed of Settlement to be determined 
at that Meeting, will betaken into Coiifideraiion. 

STATE LOTTERIES. 

Stamp-Office, Somerfet-Place, Jaa.7, 1804. 

TJIS Majefly's Commijfioners for managing the 

Stamp-Duties do hereby give Notice, that the fnt- 

lowing are the Perfons who are duly licenfed by them 

for felling Tickets in the prefent State-Lotteries : 

Uilh Tliomas, No. 4, Cornhill, No. 9, Cliarlng-Crofs; Cities 
of Hdinburgh, Glouccdcr, and Roclieftcr j fowns of Man- 
clii'rtcr, Mtiigatc, and Kingrton-npon-HulI. 
Ijranlcoml) James, No. 11, blolborn. No. ,17, Cornhill; Cilics- 
of Kclinburph, Glouccdcr, Covcntr)', Norwich, Sali(V>ury, 
ClikhrHer, CliclVer, York, Bath, Briftol, Kxctef, VVclfs, 
WinciitlUr, V/orccItcr. .AbcrHcen, and Ghifgow ; Towns 
of Heading, Birmingham, Bury St. lidmunds, Gofport, 
Kingllon-upon-Ilull, J,ynn, Dumfries, Bollon, Newark, 
Nortliampton, Portfca, Plymouth, Stimford, Chatham, 
lieverlcy, l)orrhc(tcr, Dundee. Newport Pagnell, Newport, 
Iflc of Wight, .Sherborne, Weymoutli, W'olvcvliampton, 
Ilridgewaler, Marlborough, Yarmouth, Liverpool, Lao- 
cafler, Nrwcaftlc-upon-'lync, and Shrc\»(bury. 
Bruckfhaw Joiin and C.ipcl John, Royal Kxchangc, Cornhill, 
Carroll John, No. 16, Oxford-Street, and Town of Man- 

cheder. 
Carter William. No. 8, Chating-Crofs. 
Uowns I'etcr, No. Ki, Newgate-.Strcet. 
Drummoutl Alexander, No. 6c, fleet-Street. 
Karriton .Sarah and Brooke William. No. 237 Piccadilly. 
h;a£ard Robert, Bumc'I'homas, Warner Edward, Burnc Tho- 
mas the younger, and Warner 'I'homas Courtcnay, Royal- 
Kxchaftgc, C<trnhiU. 
Hodges Rirhaid, No. 149, Oxford-Street, No. 44, St. James's- 
Strtct ; City of Lincoln ; Towns of Huntingdon, Notting- 
ham, i'urtfmouth, liiighthclmllone. Ply mouth, and Uou- 
caftcr. 



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■Hodges William, No. 117, Pall-Mail. ' 

Horn fby Thomas, Cornhill; Cities of Canterbury, Cheflcr, 
Exeter, Worcefter, York, Covcntr)', Norwlcli, Bath, aiul 
Hereford; Towiw of Southampton, Liverpool, Taunton, 
I.ynn, Deal, Swanfca, Derby, Gofport, Maidftonc, Shaftf- 
biny, Leeds, Wiljicaoh, Sheffield, NewcalUe-iipon'Tyne, 
Lancafler, Blrminj^ham. Kendal, and Plymouth. 

■jackfon Richard, Pope's Head Alley, Cornhill. 

Johnlbn John, Pope's Head Alley, Cornhill. 

Marttr Edward, No. I, Great Piazza, Covent-Garden. 

Uicholfon William and Archer Edward, No, 88, Corner of 
the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill ; City of Sath ; Towns of 
liCeds, Brecon, and Ranifj^te. 

"Norton James and Norton James, jun. City of Briftol. 

Pope Simeon, No. 12, CalHe-AlIey, Royal-Eichange. 

Porter James, No. 14, Parliament Street. 

RicharJfon Peter, Goodluck Elizabeth, and ArnuU George, 
Cornhill and Charing-Crofs ; Cities of Norwich, Bath, 
Canterbury, Glouceficr, and Exeter; Towns of Notting- 
ham, Sherborne, Leicefler, Manchefter, ColchelHr, Livcr- 
pol, Southampton, Reading, Poole, I.^eds, Shrewfbury 
Portfea, Kiiigfton-upon-HuIl, Plymouth-Dock, Nev.-caftle- 
iipon-Tyne, Hadleigh, and Wakefield. 

Roberts Thomas, No. 8, Cornhill. 

Scott George.'No. 7J, I^ew Be*nd-Street. 

■Stewart John, No. lii, Oxford-Street. 

Swift Thomas, and Gandon John, Poultry ; Cities of Bridol, 
Canterbury, Chichefter, Norwich, Bath,Gl<H!ccflfr, Yoik, 
and Glafgow; Towns of Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, 
Windfor, Derby, Sheffield, Lciccftcr, Newcaflle-upon- 
Tync, Kingflon-upon-HuU, StamfGrd,Whitehaven, Man- 
chefter,and Ipfwich. 

Thonifon John, and Giles Arthur, City of Ed'uiburgh, 

Turner George, No. 59, Bilhoplgate-Street. 

White John, and Forrclt Daniel, City of Edinburgh. 

By the A8 of \ld Geo. 3. (r/j. 91. It is ennSdd, that 
no Perfonjhall hep an Office for dealitig in Tickets and 
Shares, nuilhoui having Jirjl obtained a Licence for 
that Purpofe. 

By ike fame /ft it is er.aB'd, that all Ticlfts de- 
pofted IV it h the Rccci-vcr-Central of this Rei'-tiite for 
the Purpofe of being fold into Shares, and udiiih jhall 
he drawn Pri'r.es of ^ol. or vnder, Jhall remain Three 
Days, and all Prrzes of loo'L and upwards, fhali 
remain Fourteen Days in this Office after the fame Jhali 
be drawn, in Qrder that the Share Holders may I'trve 
Time to give Kotiee to the faid Receiver -General, not to 
deliver fich Priz.e Tickets out of his Cujledy until the 
Shares are paid or fitiified. 

ylnd that no Receipt for any Ticket, depoftted as 
sforefaid, Jhall he transferable, nor t'lje Interefl or Pro- 
perty therein ajfgnable hi. any Manner wlnilfoever. 
By Oi'der of the CommiJ/ioners, 

C. E. Beresford, Secretary. 

.Royal Military Collit^e, January C, 1804. 
JN Ccnfor'mity to the Refohtion of H'is Majeflfs 
Comnnjfmners for conducing the Affairs of the Royal 
Military College, that the Appointments of Profeffors 
und Maflers fhall le determined by Competition of Ta- 
Itnts, the Governor doth hereby give Notice, that Ad- 
ditional Mciflers in tj'e follozving Branches cfI/i/lrn3ion, 
liz. Fortif cation, Mdhary Drawing, Geography and 
Hjftcry, and to atftjl in teaching the Latin Ctajfics, will 
be wanted at the Junior Department of the faid Col- 
Jfge, at Great Marlow, in the County of Bucls, in the 
Courfe of the cnfuing Month. 

Letters of Application are tn be addrejfed to the Go- 
vernor of the Royal Military College, under Cover to 
the Right Honorable the Secretary at War, War-Office. 

No Perfon will he approved for the EflabliPmu-nt 
■nuhofe CharaSer will not bear theftriRefl Scrutiny- 

A Collegiate Board of the Royal Military College 
■auill be held at Great Marlow, on Tuefday i'hc 1th ef 

iS0» 15663. G 



February next, far the Examination of the Candidates 
for the abovC'tnentioned Appointments, 

London, January 6, 1804. 
\jOtice is hereby given to the Officers and Company 
of His Majeflfs Ship Immortalile, Edward 
Owen, Efq; Captain, win fus-e aSually on board at 
the Capture of the Fre:ch (jun-VeJfels La Commode 
and L' Inabordable, on the i^h of June 1803, that they 
will be paid their re/peSive Proportions nf the faid Cap- 
tures on board the faid Ship on her Arrival at Deal ; 
and that the fame will be recalled for Three I'ears from 
the Date hereof at the Houfe of Mr. Maude in Great 
George-Street, Wejlminjler, Thomas Maude, Agent. 

London, December 31, 1803. 

ATOtice is hereby given, that an Account of Sales of 
the Produce of the La Sapho, Le Augufiina, La 
Amttie, La Maria Rofe, L'' Herc-ule, and La Dame 
Chenie, c.ipluredby His Majefly''s Ship L'Aigle, George 
Wolfe, Efr^; Commander, between tlie 3 \Jl May and 
Ith June 1803, will he forthwith delivered into the 
High Court of Admiralty agreeable to Act of Parlia- 
ment. Ivd, and Ab, Toulmin, AShig Agents^ 

Plymouth, Decstnber 25, 1S03. 
jyjOtice is hereby given, that an Account of Sales of 
the French Sloop Bull Dog, and a Trebaccalo, 
captured by 'His Majefly's Ships Chiimpion, Santa Do- 
rothea, and Mercury, wdl be delivered into the Regiflry 
of the Admiralty, agreeable to A3, cf. Parliament. 

Wm. Biindock eKid G. and E^ Noble, Agents, 

jyTOtice is hereby given (tn all Perfons concerned), 
that the Account of Sales for La Baliena French 
Gil.liot, and La Jeanne French Brig, captured by His 
Majefly's Ship Naiad, James Waliis, Efq; Comman- 
der, and His Majejly's Ship Hazard, Robert Jcnner 
Neve, Efq; Ccmmander, will be exhibited in the Re- 
giflry of the High Court of Admiralty, agreeable to AS 
of Parliament. Edwdid Sifon (one uf the Agents). 

London, December 24, i8o> 

1"'HE ,Par.tnerlhip between Richard Bjttley and Maitbnd 
Maitland, of St. Paul's Church-Yard, in the City of 
London, Chemilis and Druggifh, was this Day dilPolved bv 
niuuial Cunffint. 'Lhe Bufinels will in future be c^rri^rd on 
by the iaid Richard Battley on his own icparate Account, -oy 
whom lUe Djbts due to and owing from the late Firm will 
be rcceivei and paid : As Witnefs their Hands, 

Pochard Battley. 
Maitlajid M.iitlaad. 

THE Parfnerflvip lately fubbfting between Ihomas Bol- 
ton and George Blackburn, of St. Swithiii'^-Lanc, 
London, InUirance-Brokcrs, was diirolved by mutual Confc-nt 
on the .'itil December lart.; and that all Debts due to and 
owing from tlie faJd lale Partnerlhip vyrll be received and 
paid by the laid' Thomas Bolton; As witneis our Hands the 
id of jauuaiw 1804, Thos- Bolton. 

George Blaeh^urn. 

Notice is hereby oivefi, that the Cojiattnerflilp Trade or 
Bu.Gnels of CliymiiU and Drug;(;ilJs, lately carried on 
between Robert Ford and William Frieman, under the ,Stiie 
or Firm of For'd and Freeman, in Beech-Street, in tlic CiLy 
of London, k by their mutual Confcnt dillolvet! from th.ls 
Day. All Perjons indebted to the 'faid J?artnernvp arc re- 
qucfVed •fortinvith -to pay the Amount o^ (iicS Debts -to 
either of tlic laid Parties; and any Perfons having Claims 
on the laid Firm are alfo reque'ded to fend in the Particulars 
ot i'uch C'li.ms. Dated this 3 tft D;'v o, Dtceniber i8oj. 

Robert Ford. 
William Freeman. 



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AVERAGE PRICES OF BRITISH CORN, 

Br the Quarter of Eight Wihchestei BulhtU. and of OATMEAL per Boll of i4olbi. 
Avoirdupois, from the Returns received in the Week ended the 31ft of December 1803. 



MiJdlefex, - 

Surrey, 

Hertford, - 

Bedford, - 

Hinitingdon, 

Northampton, 

Rutland, 

Lcicefter, - 

Nottingham, 

Derby, 

Stafford, 

Salop, 

Hereford, - 

Worcetler, 

■Warwicit, - 

Wilts, 

Berks, 

Oxford, 

Bucks, 

Brecon, 

Montgomery, 

Radnor, 



DIAriAs. 

( Effex, 
ift.{Kent, 
(SufTcx, 
, J Suffolk, 
^'^l Cambridge, - 
3d Norfolk, 
, \ Lincoln, 
*'^ I York, 

, I Durham, 
5' I Northumberland, 

, \ Cumberland, 
^''' I Wcftmorland, 

, \ Lancatlcr, 
1^^ { Cheller, 
/Flint, 

N Denbigh, - 
8th< Ani^ltlea, - 



Carnarvon, 
Merioneth, 



( Cardigan, • - 
1 1'eiiibroke, 
9"»^CaiiT,aillien, 
( Glamorgan, 
( GloucelUr, 
) Somerict, 
( Monmouth, 

{Devon, 
Cornwall, . 
> Dorlet, 
[}laul», 



lolh 

Ilih 
I2lh 



INLAND COUNTIES. 



Wheat. 

/. J. 

55 9 

55 2 
50 o 

50 3 

45 "® 

52 4 

56 o 

54 9 

60 o 

58 4 

53 'o 
47 9 



Rye. 
,. d. 

33 ° 
32 o 

35 6 
32 



Dirlcry. 



3' 



34 



46 
46 

52 

49 



34 « 
32 o 

34 4 



54 " 
50 8 

50 8 1 32 o 

45 9 

46 5 



MARITIME 
29 6 



5^ 


4 


56 


1 1 


54 


2 


49 





45 


3 


48 


8 


5' 


3 


50 


10 


5» 


9 


48 


II 


54 


2 


55 


2 


5« 


I 


f2 


5 


r6 


1 






58 


8 


57 


9 


50 


6 


50 


6 


55 


6 


53 


10 


48 


3 


55 


8 


52 


8 


5» 





54 


8 


5' 


6 


5* 


I 



33 o 
36 9 



38 o 
46 8 
43 4 



42 o 
36 o 



25 

24 

21 
20 
18 

20 

23 
22 

24 
28 
26 
25 
25 
25 
25 
22 

23 

20 

23 
25 
22 

23 



9' 
61 

3! 
61 

cl 
•I 

lOi 

2! 

3! 
'I 

6 
10 

2 
1 1 

9I 
4I 
5I 
9I 



OatJ. 
/. d. 

7 
2 

5 
3 



B«ant. Peare. Oatmeal. Bceror Big. 



26 

25 

23 

21 

•9 
'9 
21 
20 
22 

22 
24 
23 
23 
25 
24 
21 

24 
21 

23 
21 
16 
21 



COUNTI 


21 
26 


10 

2 


25 
28 


28 

20 


4 
6 


29 
:i 


'9 

20 


11 




16 

20 


22 


8 


'9 


23 
28 


7 


20 
22 


23 


b 


21 


27 
27 
28 


9 

2 
2 


22 

22 
26 


26 
28 


1 1 

8 


23 

20 


28 


4 


21 


22 
26 

28 



6 

lO 


18 

>9 
20 


20 

23 
22 




5 
10 


'4 
16 

'7 


26 


10 


20 


23 
26 


2 
10 


23 
24 


25 


2 


20 


27 
28 


9 



22 
20 


23 

24 


3 
3 


24 
23 



10 
6 
2 

10 
6 
8 

4 
10 

9 
o 
« 
o 
8 
o 
4 
9 
7 

;es 

8 
I 1 

o 

2 

6 

8 
8 

i! 

o, 
o 

2 

o! 
1 1 

o, 

°! 

o, 
8 

:l 

21 
10 

4 

() 

6 
10 



/. 

3» 

39 

3+ 

3' 
26 

3' 

3^5 
35 
3^ 
4« 
45 
44 

43 

40 

4' 
4' 
37 
35 
35 



47. 



5; 43 
"^'43 
o 37 
2136 

"^'33 
6|3(j 
o 
9 

■y| — 
641 
2 — 

5! 44 
4142 

7! 45 

I'JZ 

4!37 
2j36 

i|37 
II 40 

34 
4' 



d. 
5 
3 
3 

9 

7 
o 



d. 



2 

5 
3 
o 

o 
8 
1 1 
6 
8 
7 
3 


























57 


3 
7 








23 

34 

63 
Co 


7 

2 

7 

2 










1 
, 45 


9 










1 
1 








36 
44 
67 




6 

10 









33 

37 4 


35 6 
43 

45 

34 « 
30 6 

33 4 

35 » 
5' 1 


46 4 


3« 7 
26 5 

32 7 
35 4 
3« 3 




• 


40 1 1 






17 






44 




72 
65 


22 3 

19 y 
40 8 




48 c 


38 J 




42 II 

36 6 




■ — 

















38 
38 4 


63 10 
47 8 






















39 2 











AVERAGE of ENGLAND and WALES. 

I 52 5 I 35 3^24 4 I 21 M I 37 4 I 42 7 I 40 10 I 



C 23 ] 



AVERAGE PRICES of BRITISH CORN, by which EXPORTATION and BOUNTV 

are to be regulated. 



Ill Diflrifl,. 

2d 

3d 

4th 

5th 

6th 

■7th 

Sth ■ 

9th 

loth 

I ith 

I2th 



Wheat, 
pcrQr. 



s, 

'■ 54 

, 48 

48 

50 

50 

54 

56 

57 

5' 

52 

5C 

5' 



Rye, 
per Qr_ 

» *35 

7 33 

Jo| 3« 

5 45 

3 1*35 

6 1 3y 

JO *35 

4 i * 35 
4 1*35 



Barley, 
per Qr. 



ff /^ r 
33 



s. 

25 

20 
20 

22 
24 
27 
27 
27 
22 
25 

-7 
23 



4 
4 

o 

5i 
7; 
7 
7| 

10 

y 



Oats, 
per Qr. 

/. J. 
2 
8 

8 

9 

2 
o 

3 
2 
I 



23 
»9 

20 

'9 

22 

C2 

25 
20 
16 

23 
2 I 

24 



Beans, 
per (^•. 

36 4 

30 

32 

35 
*37 
*37 

44 

48 

*37 

38 
*37 

39 



Peafc, Oatmeal, Bceror Big 
per Qr. per Boll. perQj-. 

*40 
46 



45 
33 
33 

*42 

*42 

68 

42 

"42 

»42 



-40 

43 

•7 

*40 

zi 

39 

*40 

*40 
•40 
•40 



10 

4 
10 

9 
o 
10 
8 
1 1 
>o 
10 
ip 
10 



d. 



N.B. The Figures againft which Afterifks arc placed are the general Average Price* of all Englind. 

Pub!'i/}jed by Authoihy uf Parliament, 

John James Catherwood, Receiver of Corn Returns. 



THE AVERAGE PRICE of BROWN or MUSCOVADO SUGAR, 

Computed tVom the Returns made for the Week ending the 4th Day of January 1804, 

Is Forty-four Shillings and Eleven Pence Halfpenny per Hundred Weight, 

Exqlufive of the Duties of Cuftoms paid or payable thereon on the Importation thereof 
into GaEAT Britain. 

Bj Authority of Parriament, 



Grocers' Hall, 
January 7, 1804. 



Henrv Nettleshipp, Clerk of the Giacets' Company. 



BEDFORD BANK. 

THE Public are refpecrifully informed, that the Bufinefs 
of this Bank will continue to be tranl'adted by Mr 
Jofeph Barnard, the Refident Partner, under the Firm of 
Barnard and Wing, unconnefled ivith any other Perfon. 
Dated thii 19th Day of December 1803. 

fo. Barnard, 
y. IVing. 
Ifohn Perkins. 

NOtic: is hereby gi-en, llut the Partnerfhip heretofore 
fubfilling between us, under the Firm of He ilhfieid, 
Pvcroft, and Heathfi;-ld, is this Day di!To!ved by mutual 
Cor.i'cut. London, December 31, 180V 

Rich. Hrathfell. 
parties Pycroft. 
'Matihew Heathfehl. 

THE Partnerdiip lately carried on between us George 
Dixon, of Halifax, and James Wallace, of Rilllo'i 
Mill, near Skip'on in Crjvrit, in rlic County of York, Cot- 
ton-Spiiincis, is this Day dillolved by mutual Confent. V^^it- 
ucfs our Hinds, the 2jd Day 01 D*;ember 1R03, 

George Dixon. 
J. Wallace. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Trade and Copartner- 
Ihip carried on by us as Coal-Merchants, in Budge- 
Kow, in ;1 e City of Londi'U, and under the Firm of Mor- 
tiiie and Waddiugton, is this Day dilTnlved by mutual Con- 
tent. Witnefs our Hands this ^<^ fJay of January' 1804. 
U'lHlnm Mordiie. 
Charles William Waddin^lon. 

THE Partnerlhip lately (ubfifting between William Ro- 
hinfon and John Dang, under the Firm of Ro'nnfon 
and Lang, of Liverpool, I'l inters, is this Day dilTolved by 
mutual Confent. All Perfons who have any Claim on the 



faid Partnerlhip Concern are defired to fend in their Ac- 
counts; and all Perfons indebted to the faid Concern are 
dclircd to pay the lame to cither of the faid Parties. Wit- 
ne!i our Hands at Liverpool this 2d Djy of Ortober 1799, 

IVm. Robin/on. 

jfobn Lang. 

NOtire is hereby given, that the Partnerlhip which fub- 
(i'fcd between John Kingllon, |ofcph Crump, and 
Robert Adamton.of New Broad Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, Mercliants, under the Fiim of Kiiiglloi?, Cnmip, and 
Ad.inil'on, having e.vi)irtd, the Bufincfi of faid Fioule 
will henceforward be carried on by John Kingiton, JolepK 
Crump, John Kingflon, jun. and Harry Brett, under tlie 
Firm of Kiiigitons, Crump, and Brett. Witncis our Hands 
this 31II Day of December 1803, 

y^hn Kingjlon. 

Jofeph Crump. 

Riilirt yfdamfon. 

y^hn Kingflon, jun. 

Harry Brett. 

THF Partnerlhip lately carried on, between Elizabeth 
Headington and Jo.hn WilUamfon, of Ciavcn-.^treet, 
in the Strand, in the County of Middleftx, Tailors, is this 
Day dillblvcd. All Perfons indebted to the faid Copartner- 
fiiip are reqnertcd to pay the fame to the faid Jolm William- 
fon, in Craven-Street aforefaid ; and all Perfons having any 
Demands thereon will pleafe to fend the fame to the faid 
John V\'il!iamfon. Witnefs our Hands the 31ft Day of Ds- 
cember 1S03, Elizaleth Headington. 

John WiUiamfon. 

Sewardflone-Mill, December 31, 18C3. 

THE Pattnerlliip fubfilling between John Morley and 
William Wood, under the Firm of Motley and t\''ood, 
at Scwarilftone, in the County of EITcx, Millers, 1s dilFclved 



[2+ J 



.•iMsbay by mHtoal Confcnt; ind all ^TatteTS rcbting to 
-Ihit Concern will l.e letlltJ l>v |«hn M.ilcy.by whom ihc 
hid flufioefs in {uturc <iriU be cjuauilcd on lusown Account 

7aAn Morfey. 
'iVw. H^eod. 

^TOt■«e is litrcby given, that the Partnerlhip fiibfifting 
^ l.ciwccn U4 wa« ihitDay Jiiloired by mutual Conlcnr; 
all Vetfoai tii-inj; «iv CUims or Demands upon the faij 
l>.rtncrn.i. arc dcH.eJ lo lend in the fini!: to John Uawion, 
at No.8i, AHgatc ; 'ind all PcilUr.i i:id>.-btcd thereto aic 
requcfted to pay the Amount of their rcfpcftivc Debts to 
the faid johnDiwIon, who is MUy aulhonfed to receive the 
iiinc: AiwitnersoucHsn<!s,Uiis6th nl January 1804, 

Getrge laylor. 
John Daiufon. 

Notice is hereby given, that the rirtncilhip lately cxid- 
ine between John Ibbott and Sarah White, Painters 
and Glaziers, in Bcrmoiidfey-Strect, « .is iTiis Cay diirdvcd 
by mutual Confcnt : As witncfs otjr Hands this id Day of 
January l8o4. » Jo^"' Unbolt. 

Sarah While. 

Notice is hcK-by given, tliat the Paitnerfhip lately fnb- 
fitlin'' and carried on between Patrick Ryan and 
Tjhn Donnoghw. of rriJjy-Strcet, London, J.incn-Diapcrs, 
wjsthisDavdUfolved by mutual Confent : As wilnels our 
Hands -this'ld Day of January 18C4. 

Patruh Ryan. 
John Dotmoghoc. 
Barton, December 24, 1804- 

THE Partnerlhip between John Hall.Tliomas Murdoch, 
" ,-d Willi jm Burton, of Burton-iipon-Humlier, in the 
Coiinil of Lincoln, and No. 199, High-Sticet, Hull, Rope- 
M»V.er> and Flax-DrelTers, carried on undei the Iirm of John 
HiU and Co. was this Day mutually ditrolved. All Debts 
due and owing to or towi the laid Cor.cern will be received 
and pa.d bv John Hall and William Burton; and the laid 
Bufineli will in future he carried on by John Hall and Wil- 
ium Burton, uudtr theKrmof John Hall and Co. 

John Hall. 

7 bos. Murdoch. 

IFm. Burton, 



London, December »<), iSoj' 

Notice is hereby given, th.it th'^ Partncrfliip hitherto 
cxilling under the Firm of Samuel Arbouin and Son, 
is this Day din'jlvcd by mulu.al Confent. 

Samuel Arhou'w. 
J as. Arbouin, jim, 

London, December 31, i8oj. 

THIS is to g've Notice, that the Parineiihip fublifting 
between Jol'eph Woods und Samuel Woods, under the 
Firm of Jofcph Woods and Son, of Geo4gc-Yard, Lombard- 
Stre.t, Woollen-Drapers, is this Day dilTolved by mutual 
ConCtnt ; and that the Bufinefs wil! be carried on in future 
bv the faid Samuel Woods on his own kparate Account, 
who is authoriled to receive and difchargc all Debts owing 
to and from the faid Parcr.erlhip. 

Jofefih IVoodt. 

Samuel ll'oodi. 



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IIW^'TtHi^e is he^hy pivcn. 'hat the Partnerlhip between 
T^ Richard .Schneider and (Jwalter Borranlkill I.onfdale, 
ciriitdon in tiutched-l^iiais under the Firm of R. .Schnci- 
. der tnd Lonldale, was dilioivcd on -the 31ft December lad 
by niutuil Content ; and that Mr. Richard Schneider will 
hijuidatcin his own Name the eiiilinj; Dependencies of the 
UtcFiim. Richard Schneider. 

G. B. Lonfdalc. 

London, December 31, 180.V 

Notice is hertby given, tJiat the Joint I'osvcr of At- 
torney from Michael Judin's Heir, of Archangel, St. 
Peterlburgh, and OdelFa, in the Empire of Rudla, Merchant, 
to Jofeph" Palcoletti and Stephen .Saionoff, who have, by 
virtue thereof, hcietofore joirtly directed, o.nduOed, and 
liL'ned the Affairs and Bufinclsof tlie laid Michael Judm's 
HiTir, in An^el-Court, Throgmortcn-Street, London, has 
been re»ok«d with the tonfent of the faid Jol-ph Palco- 
letti; and that the Afl'airs and Bnlincfs of tjie faid Mi- 
• <rh«el -Icdin'i Heir will, from and after tias Day, be d:- 
TC«ed,carrie.l on, conduced, and r.;ned by the laid Stephen 
.Saionotf alone, nnder a feparate Power t . him d<,lcsatcd 
and civfT. by Uic did Midiad Judin's Heir Witnels their 
Han^, Jofeph Pafcolelli. 

S. Sazonoff. 
Ocice it hereby giwn, that the Partnerlhip lately fub. 



Otice is hcreb- given, thut the Copaitnerniip Trade 
cairie.l on by Thomas MitrhcU and James Harris, on 
Lawrcncc-1'ountney-Hill, in the City of London, Drylalters 
and Merchants, under the Finn of Mitchell and Harris, was 
dillblved bv mniual Confcnt on the 3iil Day of December 
Jaft ; and the faid Janus Hanis having quitted the (iiid Buli- 
nris,it will in fiitnre be carried on under the Firm of Thomas 
Mitchell and Company, whoare duly authorilcd to receive 
and pay all Debts due to and owing by the faid Copartner- 
fliip. Wijnefs their Hands the 6th Dav of January 1804. 

This. Mitchell. 
James Harris. 

6 A L V A O E. 

Cudom-Houfe, Leigh, Jan. 1, 1804. 
the Ship Alexander, of Norfolk, in Virgini.i, 
■King, Mailer, on a Voyage from Nortollt 
aforcfatd to London, was wrecked, (liandcd, or cad alhor: 
in the L'lmits of the Port of Leigh, all Perlbns having any 
Claim or Demand on the faid Ship or her Cargo, f»r Salvage, 
or othcrwife, arc hereby required to take Notice, that His 
Maielly's Julliccs of the Peace for the County of ElTcx will 
aU'emble at the Hotel on the Terrace at South-End, in the 
laid County, on Tuelday the ;4th Bayof Januai7 infant, at 
Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, to hear and adjuit all faiM 
Claims as arc cognizable by them ; when and whi-re all Per- 
fons having any Claim or Demand on the laid Ship or her 
Cargo, arc required lo attend and make good the lame, 
othcrwile they will be excluded from all ikncfit ai'iiinf 
theiefiom. JOHN LOFITS, Collcit.ir. 

MATIHKW CONSEIT , Agent and 
-Conlignee .London. 



T T 7 Hercas 
\'\ Mile 



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filling between 'i'homas Nuttall, WiUiem Mills, and 
Thomas Wbitelcjtg, of Mancbeflcr, in the County of Lan- 
cafler, Manufaamcrs. carried on under the Firm of Nuttail, 
Mi'ls.and Co. was dilToUcd on the I.Uh Day of Augull lall 
bv mutu-l Confcat. Witnefi tbcir Hands, the 3d Day of 
laDuary 18^4, Thos. Kuttalt. 

IVm. Mills. 
.Thus. Whitflegg. 



MefTrs. Strange, Dartiwood, and Co. 

ALL PerloHS having Claims or Demands on Mcflirs. 
Strange, lialhwood, Agncw, and IVacockc, late of 
New Bond-Street, Bankers, jointly and fepaiatcly, are r*!- 
queflcd to fpiid a St.itcmcnt of the Particulars of their De- 
mands, and of the Securities for the fame, to the Office of 
the Trurtccs of their Ertate, at No. 12, Fenchureh-Sticet, on 
or before the loth Day 01 January ioHant, preparatory to the 
making of the Fiill Dividend of the Joint Jiftatc. 

SUCH of the Creditors of \ViIliam Bud.-ien, Jate of 
Crcwkerne, in the County of SomerlVt, Mercer, dt- 
ceafcd, w-bo have not .ilrendy lent in their Demands, are 
particularly requeltcd to^o immediatclv, cither to Willioin 
Clay. Elq; the Adminillrator, or to iVIelirs. Haydon and 
Beard, Attrrnies, Crcwkerne, as a Final Dividend from" (be 
Fircfls of the laid Dcccafcd is intended to be made on the 
III of F'tbruary next ; and fuchCreditois as mjkO to lend 
in their Deman*Is by that Day, will be ctchidej participating 
the faid IVfe^ls. The 'J'owii Crciiilors will be paid their 
Dividends thrmigli Mellrt. Brcttell and White. 

IF Thomas Monk, Son of Thomis Monk, lale Servant to 
the Right llonoiT.blc Lord Uivers, and whociiliHtd for a 
Stddicr tnA went Abroad about 'Fw«lvc or '] iiirtcen Years 
ago, andhnsnul fii.cc lieen b^ard of, will apply to Mr. Adafns, 
Solicitor, Old-Jev.ry, London, he will hear of loniething to 
his Advantage; and if the faid Thomas Monk, the Son, is 
d' a. I, and has left any Wife, tlhlWrtn, or other Rtlatioiis, 
wUu will apply as above, tticy will hear cf rvmetliing to ihuir 



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Advantapre; or if any other Pevfon, ix-Tio can prove the fuid | 
Thomas Monk, the ^on, to be either livinj^ or dead, or who 
can give any Inroniiation about liim, will apply as above, they 
will be iiitliified for their Trvaibte. — The faid Thomas Monk, 
. the Fallier, went AhToad as a Groom or Rough Rider to the 
iaid Lord Rivers about .Sixteen Years ago, and died at Turin 
about Four Years ago ; and the faid Thomas Monk, the 6on» 
Imlged lomewhere in the Neighbourhood of St. James's- 
Maiket before he Vnliftcd for r* Soldier, and went Abroad. 

WHereas certain Eftates of the Rij;ht Honorable Henry 
Lord Anindell are veiled in the Right Honorable 
Charles Lord Clltfotd and James Everard Arundell, Kiq; in 
Trult, in order that the i'ame may be fold for the Payment 
of Creditors; and, for effb^iullng that Piirpofe, the Trul- 
tees have already Jbld confuleruble Parts thereof, and Con- 
tracts to a conlidcrable Amount have been entered into by 
the faid Truflces for other Pa:ts; all Perlbns having De- 
mands on Lord Arundcll are reqiieUed to tranfmit an Ac- 
count of their Demands, with the Nature and Dates of their 
Several Securities, to Mr. Bowles, at Shafteftui^ ; MefFrs. B. 
and J. V/. Barretts, Gray's-Inn ; or Mr. Hodgkinfon, Aiun- 
dcl-Stree:, l^ondon. 

The Eltates have been valued by Mr. Hodgkinfon, who is 
aflually employed in the Sale of the lume, and will g^ve fur- 
ther Information on the Subjeft, 

Durham, January a, 1S04. 
"TTTHereas George'Mowbray, late of Mihi-Houfes, near 
VV Stanhope, in the County of Durham, Gentleman, 
died on the 2ct B-y of March 1797, Iiaving by his Will 
given his Real and Perfonal Ettates in Truft for lus Brother 
William Mowbray for Life, with Remainder in Trull for 
the Children of his faid Brother, and deelaied, that if his 
faid Brother, or any iflue of his Body, Ihould not within 
Seven Years after the faid Teflator's Death appear and claim 
the faid Eftates, then tlie fame fliould be upon otlier Trulis; 
and he appointed John Starforth, of Durham, WooUen-Ma- 
nufaftnrer, and Gilbert Starforth, hi^ Son, Executors, of the 
faid Will, who have proved the fame 'u\ the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury : Kow, therefore, the faid William 
Mowbiay and his IlTiie {if any,) are hereby required per* 
fbnalty to appear and claim the faid Real and Pcifonal 
Ertates, otherwife they will be excluded from taking any In- 
terefl therein. 

WHereas Two Hngfheads of Raw Sugar were delivered 
into the Warehoul'e of Samuel Wilfon, of Birming 
ham, in the Countj' of Warwick, Grocer, Dealer and Chap- 
man, (a Bankrupt,) foon after he had committed an Aft of 
Bankruptcy, but before the Commilflonof Bankrupt now in 
Prolecution againft; him had been proceeded in : and whereas 
the Confignor of the faid Sugar hath applied to the Aflignee 
appointed by the Creditors of the faid Bankrupt, and re- 
queued a Meeting of the Creditors who have proved their 
Debts may be called to determine, whether the faid Two 
Hoglhcads ot Sugar Ihould not, under the Circumflances, be 
reftored to the faid Confignor? now, therefore, t!ie Credi- 
tors of the faid Samuel Wilfon, who have proved their 
Debts under the faid Commifllon, are requeflcd to meet on 
Tuefday the 10th Day ot" January inflant, at Fouro'Clock 
in the Afternoon of that Day, at the Houfe of John Alton, 
known by the Name uf the Red Lion Inn, in Digbeth, in 
Birmingham aforefaid, for the Purpofe of taking the fame 
into Cunfideration, and making fuch Order thertin as they 
ihall think proper. 

LAWRENCE SMITH, (a BANKRurr.) 

BY Order of the Commillioners named and authorifed 
in and by a Conimillion of Bankrupt awarded and 
illued forth again (t Lawrence Smith, of Portfmoiilh, in 
the County of Hants, Draper, Dealer and Chapman, No- 
tice is hereby gi^en, that a private Meeting relative to cer- 
tain Bills of Exchange, drawn, rndorfed, or accepted, in the 
Names of Lawrence Smith, and Co. or Lawrence Smith, is 
appointed for the 19th Day of January inflant, at Ten of 
the Clock precifcly in the ForeiJoon, at Holyland's Cotfee- 
Houfc, in the Strand, at -whicii Time fuch Perfons who hold 
Bills drawn, indorfed, or accepted, in the faid Name or Firm 
of Lawrence Smith and Co. or Lavvre'hce Smith only, may 
attend. 



TO be peremptorily fo!d, purfuant to a Decree of the 
Higli Court of ClMnrery, made in a Cnufe Gear)' 
.'igainft iSliciidaii, bclorc John Sprangcr, FJq; one of the 
Mailers of the faid Court, at the Public Sab-Room of the 
Court of Chnncci-y, in Southampton-Buildings, Clianccry- 
Lane, Lot *-'on, on Toefd.iy the I4lh Day of February 1804, 
between the Hours of One and 'i wo in the Afternoon, A 
valuable and very improvable Freehold Eftate, fituile in and 
near Greut Bookbam, in the County of Surrey, compriUng 
the Manors of Polefden-lacy and WclKhumble. witli Courts 
Baron, Fines, Heiiots, Quit Rents, and Reliefs, and Ihiit of 
the Demefne Lands, a ipacious Manfion Honlc and Olnco, 
Gardens, and l'-i*.afure Grounds, and 'Ihiee Hundred and 
Fifty-four Acres of Rich Meadow, Pallure, Arable, and 
Wood Land. And u\Cn (in Two I<ots) Two Rent Charge"; 
of One Pound eacb per Night, and Privileges, payable out 
of tlie Theatre Royal Drury-Lanc. 

Particulars whereof may he had (gratis) at the faid Maf- 
ter's Chambers, in Southampton-Buildings aforefiid ; of 
Mcfiis. Jenkins, James, and Co. New-Inn, London ; of 
MeHis. Dunn, Hanrott, and Metcalf, Lincoln's-Inn ; and 
of Mr. Burgcfs, Solicitor, Curzon-Street, Mayfair ; and aho 
at the Swan, I^catlierhead ; the White Hart, Guildford ; 
and tiic Sjjread Eagic, Epfom. 

TPfE Creditors who liavc proved their Debts under a 
Commifhon of Bankrupt awarded and illucd forth 
againft Obadiah Bennett, of Bcll-Yard, Carey-Street, in tl'.c 
Libc"f/ of the Rolls, in the County of Middlefcx. Taylor, 
are delirtd to meet the AfTIgnees of the laid iMnkrupt'i 
Eftate andEffeOson Tuefday t!ie loth of January inflant, at 
Seven o'clock in the Evening, at the Bap'iit Mrad Cofyi-e- 
Houfc, Chancery-Lane, to aflent to or dillent from the faid 
Allignees felling and difpolr.ig of the Hcufchold Fmnitcre, 
Stock in Trade, and other Effefls belonging to the iaid 
Bankrupt, or any Part thereof, cither by public or private 
Sale, as the faid Aflfignees fliall think motr beneficial; and 
atfo to authorife the laid AlTignees to accept the perianal Se- 
curity of fuch Peri'ons as tliey fhall approve for the Payment 
of the Sum of l\foney for which fucU Honfehoid Furniture, 
Stock in Trade, and other Etfetfs of the faid Bankrupt Ih^-.ll 
he fold; and alio to aflent to or diffent liom the faid 
Aflignecs commencing, pioiccutlng, or defending any Suit 
or Suits at 1-aw or in Equity, for the Recovery or defending 
any Pait of the faid Bankrupt's Eliatc ind Ertefts ; or to 
the compounding, fubniitting to Arbitration, or otherwife 
agreeing to any Matter or Thing relating to the fuid Bank- 
rupt's Ellate ; and on other fpccial Affaiis. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
ConimiUion of Bankrupt awarded and iflued againft 
Nathaniel Foith, of Kirby-A'Ioor-Side, in the County of 
York, Druggill, Dealer and Chapman, are dedred to meet 
the Adignees gf the Eltate and EtfecU of the faid Bankrupt, 
on Monday the 30th Day of January- inflant, at the Houfe 
of Rolieit Coupland, the Yoik Tavern, in the City of York, 
to alfent to or di^lent Irom the faid Ai^ignees commencing, 
prolecuting,or defending any Adtion ot Atftions, Suit or Suits 
in Law or in Equity rcfpedling any Part of the frfid Bank- 
rupt's Efiate andEffeffts; and particularly as to a certain 
Bond given to, and the Property of the faid Banknipr, pre- 
vious to the ilTuing forth the CommilTion of Bankrupt againii 
him, and dopofited by the Bankrupt w-ith certain ol hib Cre- 
ditors ; and alio to ailent to or dilTent from tJic faid AiTIgnecs 
compounding, fubmiuing to Arliitratlon, or otheiwife agree- 
ing any Matter or *I hing relating thereto, or to the Atfairs 
or Concerns of the faid B^nkru])! ; and on other fjjtcial Af- 
fairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Dtbf; under a 
CommilTion of Bankrupt awarded and illued againit 
Edmund Utting Watling, of Tooting, in the County of 
Surrey, (Second Officer of the Sbip called the Glatton, in 
the Service of the Honorable the United Company of Mer- 
chants of England trading to the Eaft Indies,) Merchant, 
Dealer and Chapman, are. defired to meet the Ailignees 
of the faid Bankrupt, at the George and Vulture Tavern, 
Cornhill, oi\ I'uefday next, the loth of Janua:7 inflant, at 
Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, to altt,iit to or diffent fron^ 
the faid AlTignee-; difpofing of the Leafe of the laid Bank- 
rupt's Houfe at Tootirp;, and the fixtures therein belonging 
I to hinj, and alfo his HoufUiold Tuiniturc and EfTcfts, either 



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by public ABfli>^n »r printe Crtitj->ft «s (b»ll appear to 
them motl advjiiiigcous lor the Bciicnt of llic Creditors: 
and M' to jiicnt to or ditfciit from the faiil AfligBces dil- 
I).>riug of certain I'rtchold and Copyhold l.andi and I're- 
niilt;s, at Kirby Uedon, in the Conniy of Norfolk, hclonginp 
to the i/ti Bankrupt, cither by pulilic SjIc or p»iv»tc Con- 
trad, and at luch Time and Pl.iee, and in inch Manner as 
iJiey dull deem moil ijvileable for the Benefit of the Cie- 
ditors ( and Alo to allint to or dill'ent from the (jid Alllgnecs 
nuking I'ome rcalonible Allowance to the laid Bankrupt out 
oi the I'roduec ot the Ftic^U for the neetllaiy Support ol 
himfclf and lamily during Tucli Time as they (lull think fit 
to cnahie the fjid Bankrupt to atrul the AlUjfntcs in invclli- 
gating his Accmintt, and othcrwili: aiding them in the Re- 
c.wer>- of the Monies due to his Ertate ; and to alilnt to or 
d (Ttnt from the faid Aflignccs commencing, profccutini;, or 
defen.'.ing any Suit or Suiti at Law or in Equity for Reco- 
very of all or any Part of the faid Bankrupt's EKate and 
ElTefts; or to the compounding, fubmitling to Ai Nitration, 
or otherwife agreeing any Matter or I'hing lelating thereto; 
and on other Ipceiil AlTairs. 

'TT'HE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
£ Commiffion of Bankrupt awiided and ifTucd forth 
igiind William Ogilvie and James Ojjilvie, of Saville-Row, 
i» the Patilli of Saint James, Wcftmiiiilcr, in the County of 
MiddlcCex, Army Agents, Dealers, Cliapmcn, and Co;>artn.-rN 
are delired to meet the Aflignjes of the Bankrupts' KlUtc 
and Effeas on Tl:iirlday the lith of January inll,-«t, at 
Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at the BaptiiV Head, in 
Chancerj-Lairc, in order to affcnt to or dillent from the 
faid AlTignecs commencing, pro.ecuting, or defending any 
Suit .or Suits at Law or in Equity lor Recovery of or con- 
cerning any I'art of the faid Bankinpts' Ellatc and Eli'efls; 
and alio to the compounding, fuhmittin^ to Arbitration, or 
cthcnvifc agreeing any Matter or. Thing relating thereto; 
and alfo to alfeni to or dilitnt from the laid AlTigntcs com- 
mencing, profecuiinp, or defending any Suit or Suits at Laiy 
or in Equity, or liibmitting to Arl)itr3tiou, or othcrwili 
agreeing a Dilpnte with a 1 crfon rcfpcfling 3 Shipment of 
a Qiiantity of Sugar; and alio to allcnt to or diflenl from 
the r»id Allignees paying and difcharging the Expences in- 
curied by them in employing an Accountant toimakc up 
and /ptlle the Bankrupts' Books and Accounts previous to 
their lall Examination; apd on other fpecial Affairs. 

'"P'HE Crc.litors who have proved their Debts under a 
J^ Commiflion of Bankrupt awarded and ilhied forth 
agalnft Ann Farmer Eurrowcs, late of Middle-Row, Hol- 
born, in the County of MiJ.llrfcx, Spinlkr, Hahcrdalher, 
Milliner, and Chapwomin, aie requcflcd to meet the Af- 
lignecs of the faid Bankrupt's Ertate and Elfcfts on 'Fhurf- 
day the 1 Ith of Januar)' inliant, at Seven o'clock tn the 
Evening prccilely, at the Bankiupt's late Houfe in Middlc- 
Kow, Hollwrn, in order to allint to or dillirnt from the faid 
.'XrtignccJ commencinn, proftcuting, or defending any Aflinn 
or Aflions, Snit or Suits, either at Law or in Equity for 
Recover)- of any Part of the Bankrupt's Elfate and Effects ; 
Ol to the laid Allij-nee! compounding, fuSfliitting to Arbitra- 
tion, or otherwilc agrreinj any Debt, Matter, or Thing 
irlating thereto ; and alio tg ihe liii^l Allignees iilling or dil- 
pifmg of the Leal'c of the laid Bankiupt's Houfe in Mi'ldle- 
Riw aforcfaid. and the I istnies btlon;;ing thereto, and the 
Srock in Trade and Household Furniture of the Inid Bwikrupt, 
hv piivate Contiaft, according to a Propofal received for that 
Purpofc; and to the faid Airignces ukine fuch perlbnal oi 
other Security as they may think advifeablc for the futuic 
payment of the Money lor which the faid Leife, Stock, and 
Elfcrts, or any Part thereof, (hall be lold ; anil on fuch other 
Afliin as may be fubniilted t-> the Confideration of the 
Creditors pieftDt at fuch Meeting. 

'"I^HE Creditors who have proved their Debts nndcr a Com- 
\^ mifTion of Bankinpt awarded and ilfutd forth againft 
Carfey Bell, of SampfonVflardens, in the Paiilh of St. 
Inhn's, Wappiiig, in the County of Ntiddlcfex, Walter-Ma- 
riner, Dealer and Chapman, are defired to meet the Allig- 
nees of the (aid Bjnkrupt's Eltate and ElTcrts on Saturday 
«he 14th of Janiary inOant, at Eleven o'clock in the Fore- 
noon, at the Office of Meflri. Swain and Stevens in the Old 
Jewry, in order to alTent to or dillirnt from the laiil AlTig- 
necs telling or dilpifing of the I loulchold Goods, Furnituie, 
asd otbar tSUtt belonging tu the (aid Bankiupt, or any 



Part Uiereof, by fiubEe Sale or private ContraO, and to give 
luch Delay and Credit, and acicpt fucli Security, for the 
Payment tJicrcof, or of auy I'ait tliereof, as the liiid Allig- 
nees IhiU think proper; an J alio to afl'tnt to or dillent from 
the laid AlTignecs employing and authorifing the (aid Bank- 
rupt, or any other Perfon or Perlbns, to collefl and get iw 
t' e Debts and EHisfls due and belonging to the faid Bank- 
rupt in Jamiica or ellewhere, and to the laid Alngnecs 
uniting fuch CoiDpenlatiiin f» the faid Bankrupt er other 
Pi.lon a. tlicy Ihall ihiiik icalbnuble in relpeit thereof ; and 
alio 10 allent to or dillent from the (aid Altignces commenc- 
ing, prol'cculing, or defecding, any Suit or Suits at Law or in 
Equity for the Recovery of aay Part of the faid Bankrupt's 
tliatc and tlfcfls; or to the compounding, fubmitting to 
.-Vrliitralion, or olherwife agreeing any Matter, or Thing re- 
lative thereto ; and on other i'pecial Atl'airs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Com- 
milTioii of Bankrupt awarded and il>iicd forth againll 
Richard More, of Halclworth, in the County of Sullolk, 
Lincn-Drapcr, Dealer and Chapman, lie defircd to meet 
the Adigncesof the laid Bankiupt's Eftate and EtTeds, on 
Wednelday the iStli Day of January inrtant, at IClevcn 
o'clock in the Forenoon, at the Office of MelTis. Swain and 
Stevens, in the Old-Jewry, London, in order to allent to 
or diflent from the faid Afljgnces felling or difpofing of the 
Dv.-cliing-Houre, Stock in Tra<Ie, Koufehold Goods, Fuini- 
tute, and other Ertate and EHcfts belonging to the faid 
Bankrupt, or any Part thereof by public Sale or private 
Contrad, and to give fuch Delay and Cndtt, and accept 
(iich Security for the Payment thereof, or of any Part thereof. 
as the faid Allignees fhall think proper; and alio to artcut 
to or ditfent from the faid Adignees employing and autho- 
rifing the faid Bankrupt, or any other Perfon or Perlbns to 
collect and get in the Debts and Elfects due and belonging 
to the faid Bankrupt; and to the laid Adignees making 
fuch Compenl'atioii to the faid Bankrupt or other Perfon, 
as they Ihall think reafonable in Refpefl thereof; and alio 
to alient to or dilTent from the faid AiTignees commencing, 
prol'ecuting, or defending any Suit or Suits at Law or in 
Equity for the Recovery of any Part of the laid Bankrupt'^ 
Eltate and Flfefls, or to the compounding, fubmitting to 
Arbitration, or otherwifc agreeing any Matter or Thing 
relative thereto ; and on other fpccial Affairs. 

THE Creditors who hive proved their Debts under a 
Cominilbon of Banknipt awarded and ilfucd forth 
againll Hugh Moore, of Ironmnnger-L.ine, in the City of 
London, Merchant, (Partner with Thomas Aloore, of Bal- 
timore, in .America, Merchant, trading in England under the 
Firm of Hugh Moore and Co.) are dcfiied to meet the 
Allignees of the faid Bankrupt's Eftate and EfTcfts on Wcd- 
nefday the 17th Day of January inftant, at 1'wclve o'Clock 
at Noon piecilcly, at the Olfice of Me(li-s. J. and R. Willis, 
in Warnfoid-Court, Throgmorton-Street, London, in order 
to allent to or dilTcnt from the laid Adignees being autho- 
rilcd and empowered to execute a Power or Powers of At- 
torney to liieh Pcrlim or Perlbns in America as they may 
think proper to appoint for the Colleetion of the Debts due 
to the Ellatc, or the Recovery of any Part of the fail Bank- 
rupt's Ellate and Elfcas ; and alio to their being authorifed 
to pay to the Perfon or Perfons fo to be appointed as afore- 
laid luch Sum or Sums of Money by way of Commidion or 
Compenlalion for his or their 'Frouble, as the Adignees in 
their Dil'creiion may think lealiinahle and jull, cm as the 
Nature of the Cafe may require ; and alio to allent to or 
dillent from the laid Adigiucs commencing, prolecnting, or 
defending any .Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity for the 
Recovery of any Part of the (aid Bankrupt's Kdate and 
Erieils; or to their compounding, lulimittiug to Arbitration 
or othtiwile agreeing any Matter or Thing relating ihereto- 
and on other fpceial Affairs. ' 

""T^HE Creditors who have proved theip Debts under a 
X Commidion of Bankiupt awarded and ill.ied og.iind 
James Baillett, late of London-Wall, in ihe City of Lon- 
don, Wool-Mcrc^iant, are defiled to meet the Adignees of 
the Ertaie and Effirfls of the faid Bankiupt, on 'luelday the 
lOlh Day of January indant, at Eleven in the loicnoon. 
at the Office of Mr. Ch.,.les Walker, in Coleman-Street, 
London, to adcnt to or diifcnt from ibe (aid Allignees dif- 
polingof and felling by private Contrrift the Leali of the 
laid Uaiiknipt's DwtlliufHcufe and Prcniifes in London- 



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XVatl aforefaid, »nd alfo his Hoiifehold Furniture and Stock 
in Trade, and taking Security for Payment of tlie Purchafe- 
Money thereof, and alfo to aiFent to or diifent from tile 
faid AfTigjnces commencing profecuting, or defending any 
Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity for tlie Recovery of any 
Part of tlie faid Bankrupt's Ellate and tffecfls; or to tlie 
compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, or otlierwife agree- 
ing any Matter or Thing relating thereto; and on other 
ipacial Ariairs. 

PUrfuant to an Order made by the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, for 
Enlarging the Time, for James Thomas, of Spread-Eagle- 
Court, Finch-Lane, Cornhill, in the City of JLondon, and of 
Walworth, in the County of Surrey, Merchant, Dealer 
and Ch.ipman, (a Bankrupt,) to furrender himfelf and 
jnake a full Difcovery and Difclofure of his Eltate and 
Etfefts, for Forty-nine Days, to^ be computed from the 
lOth Day of January inllant ; This is to give Notice, that 
the Conimidioners in the faid Commiffion named and au- 
thorii'eJ, or the major Pait of them, intend to meet on the 
s8th Day of February next, at Ten of the Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London ; where the faid Bank- 
rupt is required to furrender iiimlelf between the Hours of 
Eleven and One o'Clock of the fame Day, and make a full 
Difcovery and Difclofurc of his Eliate and Eflefts, -^nd finilh 
his Examination; and the Creditors who have not already 
proved their Debts, may then and there come and prove the 
Jame, and alTcnt to or dillent from the Allowance of his 
Certificate. 

WHcreas a Commirtion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
illiied forth againft John Edgar, late of Blackburn, 
in the County of Lancafler, Dealer and Chapman, and he 
lieing declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furrender 
Iiimlelf to the CommllTioners in the laid Coniniidion named, 
or the major Part of them, on the 14th Day of January in- 
Hant, at Five of the Clock in the Afternoon, on the i6th 
Day of the fame Month, and on the i8th of February 
next, at Eleven in the Forenoon, at the Hpufe of John Marf- 
den, the Queen's Head, in Blackburn aiorefaid, and make 
a full Difcovery and Difclofure of his. Ellate and Effefls ; 
when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove 
their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chufe Allignees, 
and at the Laft Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to 
finilli liisE.vamination, and the Creditors aie to allcnt to or 
dilTent from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perlbns 
indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his 
Jirfeifts, are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom 
the Commillioners fliall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Ro- 
bert Dewhurft, Attorney at Law, Blackburn. 

WHereas a CommiHion of Ba.Tkrupt is awarded and 
illued forth ag-iinlt Thomas Hamerton, of Lyng, 
in the County of Norfolk, Paper-Maker, Dealer and Chap- 
■lan, and he being declared a Bankrupt ii hereby required to 
furrender himl'cif to the Commlllioners in the faid Commif- 
Jlion named, or the major Pait of tbem, on the l6th of 
January inftant, at Three in tlie Afternoon, on the lytli of 
the fame Month, at Ten in the Forenoon, and on the i8th 
of February next, at Three in the Afternoon, at the Houfe 
nf Thomas Rifing, called the Callle, in the Parifh of Saint 
Peter of Mancroft, in the City of Norwich, and make a full 
Difcovery and Difclofure of his Ellate and Effeds ; when 
and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their 
Debts, and at the Second Sitting to cliufe Allignees, and at 
the Lalt Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to finlfli 
his Examination, and the Creditors are to adent to or dilfent 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons in- 
debted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Etfecls, 
are not to pay or deliver the fame, but to whom the Com- 
milTioners Oiall appoint, but give Notice to Mi. John Ha- 
merton, Attorney, in Lyng aforefaiJ. 

T * / Hereas a Conimillion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
VV iliued forth againil John Brockbdnk, of ICefwick, In 
the County of Cumberland, Dealer and Chapman, and he 
being declared a Bankrupt is heieby required to furrender 
:hinili;lf to the CommifTKiners in the laid CommiHion named, 
or the major Part of them, on the 7tli, 8th, and l8th of 
February next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon on 
each of tlie faid Days, at the Houfe of William Wood, Inn- 
holder, known by the Sign of the Globe, in Cockermouth, in 



the fiid County of Cumberland, and make i full BiftoTcry ami 
rHfclofure of his Eftateand EfFeifts ; when and wheie the Cre- 
ditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chufe Allignees, and at the L.ift Sit- 
ting the faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examination, 
and the Creditors are to afTent to or dilFcnt from the Allow- 
ance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his EfTeits, are rot to pay 
or dehver the fame but to whom the Commillioners OiaH 
appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Robert Benfon, Attorney 
at Law, in Cockermouth aforefaid, or to Meifrs. Clayton and 
Scott, Lincoln's-lnn, London. 

WHereas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilTued forth againft John Scott and Charles Steward 
BilTett, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancafler, Merchants 
and Partners, and they being declared Bankrupts are hereby 
required to furrender themlclves to the CommilTioners in the 
faid Commidion named, or the major Part of them, on tht 
.^oth and 31 ft Days of January inftant, and on the l8th of 
February next, at Eleven in the Forenoon on each Day, at 
the Houfe of Johri Jones, the York Hotel, Williamfon- 
Square, in Liverpool, in the faid County of Lancaltcf; 
and make a full Difcovery and Difclofure of their Efiate anit 
ElTefts; when and where the Creditors are to come pre- 
pared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting 
to chufe Affignees, and at the tafl: Sitting the faid Bank- 
rupts are required to finifh their Examinations, and the Cre- 
ditors are to alTent to or dilTent from the Allowanci o( 
their Certificate*. All Perfons indebted to the faid Bank- 
rupts, or that have any of their Effefts, are not tb pay or 
deliver the fame but to whom the CommilTioners fliall ap- 
point, hut give Notice to Mr. Dardis, Solicitor, Liverpool, 
or Mr. Thomas Keariey, Hare-Court, Temple, London. 

WHereas a CommiiEon of Bankrupt is awarded anl 
ilTued forth againft Richard Badcock, of Ma'rcham, 
in the County of Berks, Maltller, and lie beiiig declared a 
Bankrupt is hereby required to furrender himfelf to ths 
Commidioners in the faid Commidion named, or the major 
Pare of them, on the 12th Day of January indant, at One 
of the Clock in the Afternoon, and on the 14th Day of 
the fame Month- and i8th Day of February next, at Ele- 
ven of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the Lamb Inn, in 
Abingdon, in the faid Conn ty-of Berks, and make a full Dif- 
covery and Difclofure of his Ellate arid Eficfls ; when and 
where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their 
Debts,and at the Second Sitting to chufe Allignees, and at the 
Lad Sitting the faid Bankinpt is required to finilh his Exa- 
mination, and the Creditors are to allent to or dilfent fron« 
the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to 
the faid Bankrupt, or who have any of his Eliefls, arc not 
to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the Comjiiillioners 
(hall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Morlaud.of Abing- 
don, or Mr. Blagrave, No. 9, Salifbury-Strcct, Strand. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfued forth againfl Henry Lottus Hodfon, of the 
Town of Huntln^;don, in the County of Huntingdon, Mer- 
chant, Dealer and Chapman, and he being decl.iied a Bank- 
rupt is hereby required to furrender himfelf to the Conimif- 
fioners in the faid Commilllon named, or the major P:irt 
of them, on the J4th and 25111 of Janu.iry inlUnt, and on 
the i8th Day of February ne.\t, at Eleven of the Clock in 
the ForcTioon on each of the laid Days, at the Fouiit.iln 
Inn, in Huntingdoii, and make a full Dilcovery aiuf Dii- 
clt.luie of his Ellate and Ellecls; when and uhtrc the Cre- 
ditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the 
Second Sitting to chufe Allignees, and at liie'Lalt Sitlino- the 
faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examinaliou, and the 
Creditors arc to allent to or dilleiit froni the Allowance of 
his Ceitificate. All Perlons indebted to the laid i!unkriij)t, 
or that have any of his Edects, are not to pay or deliver the 
f<ime but to whooi the Commlflloners lliall appoint, but 
give .Notice to Mr. .Sweeling, .Solicitor, Huntingdon, or 
Mcllis. Cooper and Lowe, Solictors, Southamptou-ijuildings, 
Chancjry-Lane, London. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and' 
iiliied for-.h againil Thomas Barker, of l?iickw;ili, 
near Hatfield, in the County of Hertford, Vlftualler' 
and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required' 
to limcnder himfelf to" the Conimiflioncts in tlie faid Com- 



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Hiiffion n»tned, oi the majar Purt of tliem, on the 14th of 
lanuiry inftini. at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon on the 
ml Day of the iamc Month, and on die 18th Day of 
Fcbruan- nc«, -it Ten of the. Clock in the Koienoon, 
at Guildhall, I^ikIoo. and make a full Dilcovery and 
DifcluCurc of his K(Ut<; and ElFeOs ; when and where the 
Crcditois are to come prepared to prove tluir Dtlits, and 
at the Second Silting to chul'c AfliRnecs, and at the l.all 
SittinE the faid Bankrupt ii required to (inilh his U»«min«- 
tion. and the Creditors are toalVcnt to or dillent from the Al- 
lowance of his Certificate. All Pei Ions indebted to the Itti.l 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his EHVOs, are not t.> pay 
or deliver the lame hut to whom the CommiHioneis Ihall 
appoint, l»t give Notice to Mr. Oookuey, dtaplc-Inn, 
XondoD. 

WHercas a Comiriflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilTued forth againll John King Corder, of Rolher- 
bithe, in the County of Surrey, MaltUer, Dealer and Chap- 
man, and he being declared a Ba-ilcrupt is hereby required to 
liirrcndcr himlclf to the Coramillloners in the laid Com- 
milTion named, or the major Part of them, on the lOth 
and 14th Days of January inOant, and on the igth Day 
of Fcbraaiy ncit, at One oi' the Clock in the Afternoon on 
each Day, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difcovcry 
■ and Dilclol'ute of his F.IUte anditTefls; when and vihtrc the 
Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chufe AfBgnees, and at the lall Sit- 
ting the (aid Bankrupt is required to linilh his Examinrtion, 
and the Creditors are to allcnt to or diirent from the Allow- 
ance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his F.tTefts, are not to pay or 
cWlivcr the lame but to whom the CommilTioners (hall ap- 
jioint, but give police to Mr. Druce, of BUliler-Square, 
London. 

WHercas a Commiffion of Bankrupt is awarded and ilTued 
forth againft Thomas Hall, of the Borough of Ber- 
wick-upoo-Twecd, Efquiie, Merchant, Dealer and Chap- 
man, and he beinp declared a Bankrupt is hereby required 
to lurrender himlelf to the CommilTioners in the faid Coni- 
miflion named, or the major Part of them, on the 14th 
«nJ 14th Davs of January inflant, and on the 181I1 Day of 
Februarv next, at at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon on 
each Dav, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difco- 
Tcrv ami Difclofure of his EUate and Eliefts; when and 
where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their 
Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chufe AITignces, and 
at the laft Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to Smlh 
his Eaamination, and the Creditors arc to alfent to or dilJent 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. .'VU Perfons in- 
debted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his EITefls, 
are no: to jiay or deliver the fame but to whom the Com- 
milBoners (hall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. John Car- 
nithers, jun. No. 14, Clement' »-Inn, London. 

WHercas a Commidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iffucd forth againll Edward Davies, of Ivy-Lane, 
in the City ot London, Furritr, Dealer and Chapman, and he 
being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furiendcr 
himlclf to the Comminioners in the faid Commiflion Bamcd, 
or the major Part of them, on the lOlh and I-th of January 
innant, andon the 1 8th of February next, at Eleven in the 
Forenoon on each of the faid Days, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Difcovcry and Difclofure of his Eftate and Ef- 
fects ; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debit, and at the .Second Sitting to choole 
AfTigneet, and at the Lall Sitting the faid Bankrupt is re- 
quired to finiftl his Examination, and the Creditors -re to 
•iFent to or diflcnt from the Allowance of his Certificate. 
All Perlons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any 
of his Elfcfts, are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom 
the CommilTioners (hall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. 
Thomas Wild, Warwick-Square, Newgate-Street. 

WHercas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded ind 
ilTued forth againll James Saunders, now or 4atc o( 
Charlotte-Street. Old-Strect-Road, in the Parifli of Saint 
Uonard, Shoreditch, Builder and Plaifterer, and he being 
declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to furrender liimfell 
to th- CommilConers in the (aid CommilTion named, or the 
major Part of them, on the 14th Day of January inrtant, at 
i3ac lA the Afietnoon, on the lift of the bme Monlh, sod 



on the tS-h D«y of Pcbi-uar,- next, at Twelve at Noon, 
at Gol'.dl. .11, London, and make a lull Difcovciy and Dii- 
clofufC of his Ellafe and Kt1e<!;> ; when and where the Cie- 
dit-srs 31V to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the 
Second Sitting to chul'c Allignecs, and at the Lalt Sitting the 
faid liiiivhiupt IS leqnired to finilli his i:xa.mination, and the 
Creditors are to all'ent to or dillent I'loin the Allowance ot 
his Certificate. All Perlons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, 
or that have any of his Etfefts. aic not to pay vr deliver the 
fame but lo whom the CommilTioners ihall aiijv'l.'t, but give 
Notice to M.. Crawford, Sohcitor, Ciavcn-Buildings, City- 
Road, London. 

WHercas the major i'art of the CommilTioners named 
and authoriied in end by a Commiflion of Bankrupt 
awarded and i1hi;d forth againll John Rowntree, of the 
City of Yoik, Moncy-Sciivrncr, have oideicd and directed, 
that the AfTignecs ondvt tlie faid CommilTion do attend them 
on the aoih Day of Jinuaiy inlbnt, at Eleven o'Clock in 
the Forenoon, it the HouVe of Willinm Winn, the George 
Inn, in Coney-Street, in the (aid City of York, to (hew 
Caufc why a Dividend has not been made of the faid Bank- 
rupt's Ellatc and i-.ffciU, agiiecably to the Direftions of an 
.\H of Parliament made and palled in the Fifth Year of His 
late Ma-elly King George the Seeoinl, intituled An Aa to 
prevent the commitling Frauds by Bankrupts; the faid A(^ 
fignecs arc therefore hereby required lo be a»d appear before 
the faid CommilTioners on the Day and at the Place above- 
mentioned, for the Puipole alorcluid. 

By Older of tiic Commiinoners, 

HENRY SMITH, Solicitor. 



TH E CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ilTucd againft Edward M'hitehead, of tlie 
New-Road, 'Tottenham-Court, in the County of Middlcfcx, 
Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 
10th Day of January inflant, at One of the Clock in 
the Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, (by Adjournment 
from the jd Day of January inllant,) in order to take the 
Lall Examination of the laid Bankrupt ; when and where 
he is reiiuired to lurrender himlclf and make a lull Dif- 
covcry and Difclofure of his Ellate and EHL-fts, and finiOi 
his Examination ; and the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prejiared to prove the fahie, 
and, with thofe vslio have proved their Debts, allcnt to or 
dillent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 

''P' H E CommilTioners in a CommilTKin of Bankrupt 
JL awarded and ifTucd forth againll William Ogilvie and 
James Ogilvie, of Saville-Row, in the Pariflr of St. James, 
Wellminllcr, in the County of Middlefex, Army Agents, 
Dealers and Chapmen, and Copartners, intend to meet on 
the 28th Day of January inllant, at Ten of the Clock 
in the Forenoon, at (Juildhall, London, (by Adjonrnmcnt 
from the 3d Inllant,) to take the Lall Examination of the 
faid Bankrupts; when and where they arc required to fur- 
render themfelves and make a full Difcovcry and Difclofure 
of tlieii Ellate and Elfctls, and fiiiilh their Examination, 
and the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, and, with thofe who 
have already proved their Debts, allcnt to or dillent Irom the 
Allowance of their Certificates. 

E CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
_ awarded and ilTued forth againll Samuel Bawtree 
the Younger, of the Crcfccnt, in the City of London, 
CornlaOor, intend to meet on the l6th Day of January 
inllant, at F.leven of the Clock in the Forenoon, at 
Guildhall, Ixindun, (by Adjournment from the 3d Day 
ot January inllant,) in order to take the Lall Examin- 
ation of the (aid Baiikiupt; when and where he is 
required lo lunender him(elf and make a lull Difcovcry 
and Dilclohiie of his Ellate and F.Hiras, and finilh his 
Examination ; and the Creditors, who have nol already 
proved their Del.ts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, 
and, with thole who have proved their Debts, alTcnt to or 
dillent Irum the Allowance of his Certificate. 

'"r'llE CcmmifTJoneis in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, dated 
I the iii\ Day of May 1802, and awarded and illued 
forth againll Joltn Beiifun and James Ijeiilbn, of Lancafler, 
in the County of X-ancadcr, Linen-Drapers, Mercers, 
Dcalcts, Chapmm, and Copartners, intend to meet on the 



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ayth Day of January inflant, at Twelve of the Clock at 
Noon, at the Hoiife of Jane Noon, the Sign of the Royal 
Oak, in the Market-PUce, in Lancafter aforefaid, iii order 
to receive Proofs of the Joint Debts of the faid John Benforf 
and James Benfon, and of the faid John Benfon, James 
Benfon, and James Bradley, (their Partners in the Wclf 
Indies,) and alfo of the Separate Debts of the faid John 
Benfon under the faid Commiffion ; and to make a Further 
Dividend of the Separate Elfate and Effcfls of the faid John 
Benfon. And all fuch Perfons who arc Creditors upon tl\e 
Joint or Partnerlhip Eftate of the faid John Benfon and 
James Benfon, or of the Joint or Partnerlhip Ellate of the 
laid John Benfon, James Benfon, and James Bradley, and 
who have already executed, or Hiall by themfelves or their 
Agents, (authorifed by Writing,) on or before the ill Day 
of February next, execute the Deed of Agreement to con- 
folidate the faid Two Joint or Partnerlhip Eflates, may, on 
Application to Mr. Thomas Burrow, Merchant, in Lancafter, 
on the faid ift Day of February, or any fubfcquent Day, 
receive a Dividend upon their refpeftive Debts. 

TH E Comminioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ilTued forth againft Richard Cavlels, late 
of Blackburn, in the County of LancaHer, Cotton-Manu- 
fafturer, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on Tuefday 
the 3i(l Day of January inlfant, at Twelve of the Clock at 
Noon, at the Houfe of Mr. David Scott, the Caftle Inn, in 
Blackburn aforefaid, in order to receive the Proof of the 
Debts under ihe faid Commi0ion. 

H E Commiflionets in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
__. bearing Date the 5th Day of January- i8oi, awarded 
and ifFued agalnll Jofeph Mawby, fate of Long Buckby, 
in the County of Northampton, Cordwainer, Feltmonger, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 3d of February 
next, at Eleven in the Forenoon, at the Ram Inn, in the 
Town of Northampton, in the faid County of Northampton, 
to make a Final Dividend of the Eftate and Effefts of the 
faid Bankrupt ; when and where the Creditors, who have 
Ijot already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to 
prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the 
iaid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be dif- 
allowed. 

THE Commifnoners in a Commldion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the l8th of December 1793, awarded 
and ifTued forth againft William Wilkinfon and Thomas 
Chapman, late of Jewry-Street, and of the Coal Exchange, 
in the City of London, CoalfaOors, Dealers, Chapmen, and 
late Copartners, intend to meet on the 17th of February next, 
at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in order to 
make a Final Dividend of the Eftate and Effefts of the faid 
Bankrupts; when and where the Creditors, who have not 
already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove 
the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid 
Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be difal- 
lowed. 

TH E Comminioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt 
bearing Date the i8th of December 1793, awarded 
and ilTued forth againft William Wilkinfon and Thomas 
Chapman, late of Jewry-Street, and of the Coal Exchange, 
in the City of London, Coalfaftors, Dealers, Chapmen, and 
late Copartners, intend to meet on the 17th of February 
next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to 
make a Final Dividend of the Separate Eftate and Etfefts 
of Thomas Chapman, one of the faid Bankrupts; when 
and where the Creditors, who have not already proved 
their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all 
Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

'"!"' H E Comminioners in a Commiffion of Bankitipt, 
_£^ bearing Date the 19th of March 1803, awarded and 
ifTued forth againft Richard Early, of Chelmsford, in the 
County of Eftex, Coal Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, in- 
tend to meet on the 30th Day of January inftant, at Ten 
in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Divi- 
dend of the Eftate and Effefts of the faid Bankrupt; when 
and where the Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will 
be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
net then proved will be difallowcd. 

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TH E Commidloners in a CommifTJon of Cankrupfj 
bearing Date ihe aoth Day of January 1803, awarded 
and ifliied againlt Fidier Jacklbn, of Bafingh:vll-Street, in 
the City of London, I'aflor, Dealer arid C'h;ipman, intend 
to meet on the 14th Day of F';bruary next, at Ten in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Llvidend 
of the Eftate and EfTtfts of the faid Batikr\ipt; when and 
where the Creditors who have not already proved tireir 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or Tl>ey will 
be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all 
Claims not then proved will he difallowed. 

TH E Commiffioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 20th of July 1796, awarded and 
ifTued forth .ngainft John Farquhar, late of Cavendilh-Court, 
Devonlhire-Snuare, but now of Winchefler-btrert, London, 
Merchant, Dealer and Chai)man, intend to meet on the 
28th Inflant, at Eleven in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, Lon- 
don, in order to make a I-'iii.^l Dividend of the Ellate and 
Effefts of the faid Bankru|'C; when and where the Cre- 
ditors, who have not already proved liieii- Debts, arc to come 
prepared to prove thu fitnie, or tiiey will be excUiiled tlic 
Benefit of the liiid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved 
will be difallowed. 

"^OHE CominilTioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
J[ hearing Date the ift Day of May 1802, awaidcd 
and ifTued againff Samuel BilTiop, of Great Newport-Street, 
in the Parifh of St. Ann, Soho, in the County of Middlefcx, 
Stationer, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 31ft 
of January inffanr,atOne in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, Lon- 
don, to make a Dividend of the Eftate and Effefts of the faid 
Bankrupt; when and wheic the Creditors, who have not al- 
ready proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
iamt,or they will be excluded the Beutrfit of the faid Divi- 
dend. And all Claims not then proved wiU be difallowed. 

TH F, Comminioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 16th Day of June 1803, awarded 
and iliiied forth againft Emanuel Waller, late of Grantham, 
in the County of Lincoln, Coach-Msfter, Dealer and Chap- 
man, intend to meet on the 28th of January inftant, at Ten in 
the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Dividend of 
the Eilate and EfTefts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not 
then proved will be difallowed. 

TH F. Comminioners in a Commirtion of Bankrupt 
bearing Date the 28th of April 1801, awarded aBcJ 
ilTued forth againft Henry Cooper, of the Town of Sand.* 
wich, in the County of Kent, Linen-Draper, Dealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet on the 31ft Day of January in- 
ftant, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
hall, London, in order to make a Final Dividend of the 
Eftate and EfTefts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Creditors who have not already proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowed, 

THE Comminioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 24th of September 1796, awarded and 
iftued forth againft Zachariah Brown and Safnuel Fixen, 
of Colman-Street, in the City of London, Merchants, Dealers, 
Chapmen, and Copaitners, intend to meet on the 28th 
Day of January inftant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at 
Guildhall, I-ondon, to make a Joint and Final Dividejid of the 
Eftate and EHijfts of the faid Bankrupts; when and where the 
Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowed. 

THE CommifTioners in a Comminion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 8th of Marcli 1803, awarded and 
iflued againft Samuel Edwards, of ManchelVer, in the County 
of Lancafter, Cotton-Spinner, Dealer and Chapman, intend 
to meet on Wednefday the ift Day of Febinary next, at 
Three in the Afternoon, at the Star Inn, in Manchefter afore- 
faid, to make a Firff and Final Divitfi 1.; ..: ihe Eftate and 
EHcfts ol the laid Bankrupt; vtUq;' ■ ...ere the Credi- 



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tors, who have not ilreaiy j^ovcJ tluii- Debts, arc to 
coir.c prepared to jirove th^ fame, or lliiy will be excliiiicd 
tl-.c Eciirht of the iVid Oividcnil. Ami all CUimi not llicn 
|).-..^td will lie diljllowed. 

'■p^HE Comniidioners in a Cnmmiflion of Bankrupt 
J_ bearin" Date the fith Day of Februarv- 1801, awarded 
and ifTiied for;h a"3inft Richard Milne, of Roclidilc, in the 
Counlv of l.anc.il'lcr. Scrivener, intend to meet on the 30th 
Day of ]anuar>' inHant. at tlcvcn of the Clock in the Fore- 
rnan. at the Roebuck Inn, in Rnchdalc afortfaid, to make a 
1 >.;.iul of the lillHte and T.WU\i of the laid Bankrupt; 
V ■■ 1 and where the Criditois, who have not already 
I tl^cir L>cbts, arc to contc prepared to prove the lame, 
V wi'.l he cxchidrd tlie 13cnifit of llic laid Dnidcud. 
.11 Claims not then proved will be dilallowcd. 

'"I"' HE CommiHioneii in a Commillion of Bankfnpt, 
_1 bearing l">.tte the 10th of Oclohcr 1802, awarded 
ind ifVucd .agaiiill William Biitt, of Loddon, in the County 
of Norfolk, shopkeeper, Grocer, IV-aler and Chapman, in- 
tiiid to meet on the ad Day of Teliruary next, at Eleven 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the Houlc of William 
Eke, called the Rampant-Horrc, in the City of Norwich, in 
order to make a I'irll and Final Dividend of the Kllatc and 
ElTeOs of llic laid Bankrupt; wlien and where the Cre- 
ditor>, vvlio have not already proved their Debts, arc to 
come prepared to prove the lame, or they will be ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be diullowcd. 

TH E Commiflioncrs in a Commidlon of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the lOth of May 1803, awarded and 
ifiued againll John Lightly and Jam-.s Thompfon, of Upper 
ThameS-Slrcet, Partners and Papcr-D.-alcrs, intend to meet 
on the iSlh of January inllant, at Eleven o'Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Gisldhall, London, to make a Dividend ^if the 
ElUle and EifUU of the r,iid Bankiupts; when and where 
the Joint Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be 
excluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend. And all Claims 
no: then proved will be dil'a(lowcd. 

Wllereas the afting Commiflioncrs in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ifliicd aga'inft James Currie, 
of Crols-Slrcct,Finlbary-Squarc,in the County of Middltfcs, 
Merchant, have certified to the Rii^'.it Honorable John Lord 
ridon, l.or.l Hi'jh ChanrcUor of Great Britain, that the laid 
lamvs'currie baUi in all 1 l.ings conformed himlelf according 
10 the Direftions of the leveral Arts of I'arliainent made 
concerning Bankrupts; This is to give N.>tice, tliat, by 
virtue of an Afl palled in the Fifth Year of «is late 
Majcrty's Rci;;M, his Ccilificate will be iMovNcd and con- 
firmed as the laid Aft direfts, unlefs Caufe be Ihcwn to the 
contrary on or before the 18th of January inUant. 

WHereas the aflinj: CommilTioners in the CommifTon 
of lur.knipt awirded and i.'iiid foith a?,,iinll Jolin 
Severey of Scarborough, in the County of York, Vintner, 
Dealer' and Chapman, have certified to the Right Honor- 
able John Lord Eldon, Lord Iliyh Chancellor of Gieit 
Britain, that the laid John Severcy hath in all Things con- 
formed himlelf according. to the Diicflions of the leveral 
Arts of I'ailiamri.t made concerning Bankiupts; This is to 
tivc X.-.if.. Ibat, bv vitlne of an AcT pi.ll'd in the Fiftli 
Yi.rol Mrs late Majellj's Reign, his Ceitificate will be al- 
lowed and foiifirmtd as the faid A<t dirrils unlefs Caulc be 
Ihrssn to the tu.itraiy on or btfoic the J8.h l>.iy of January 
inflaiit. 



WHereas tlie afling CommilTioners in the Commiinon 
of Bankrupt awarded and illind lorlh aj;ainft 
Thomas Binns and James Brown, of Tottenham-Straet', 
Saint I'ancras, in the County oi Middlclex, Engine-Ma- 
nuf:.flurers, have certified to tlio Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that 
the faid J.!mes Biown bath in all Things conformed 
hiinfcif according to the Direflions of the leveral Afts of 
Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; Tliis is to give 
Notice, that, by virtue of an A{\ palled in the Filth Year 
of His lite Majcrty's Reign, his Certificate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as the laid AO direfts, unlefs Caufe be 
llicwn to the contrary on or before the 2Sth Day of January 
inliaut. 

WHereas the afling CommilTioners in the Commillion of 
Bankrupt awarded and iiriied againll George Lolh, 
William Lolh, and John Dicdrick Luljbrcn.of the Town and 
County of Newcalllc-upon-Tyne, Mcrcliants, (trading undef 
tlie Firm of Lolh, Lubbren, and Co.) have certified to the 
Right Honorable John Lord F^ldoii, Lord High Chancellor of 
Gieat Britain, that the laid William Lolh bath in all Things 
conformed bimfcif according to the Direiilions of the leveral 
Afls of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This is 
to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Ait palled in the 
Fifth Year of His late Majelty's Reign, bis Certificate will 
he allowed and confirmed as the laid Ail directs, unlels 
Caulc be fliewn to the contrary on or bclore the 281I1 of 
of January inllant. 

WHereas the afling CommilTioners in the Comniiflioti 
of Bankrupt awarded and illucd forth againll 
John Dean, of the Town and County of Ncwcaftle-upon- 
Tyne, Woollen-Diaper, Dealer and Chapman, have cer- 
tified to the Right Honorable John Loid Eldon, Lord 
High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the fjid John 
Dean hath in all Things conformed himfcll according to 
the Directions of the leveral Afls of Parliament made 
concerning Bankiiipts ; This is to give Notice, that, ' 
by virtue of an Ait palled in the Filth Year of His lafe 
Majelly's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the laid Aft direfts, unlels Caufe be fhewn to the 
. contrary on or before the iSth Day of January inllant. 
XII /Hcieas the afting Commiffioners in the CommidioQ 

V V of Bankrupt awarded and iliucil forth againll Mark- 
ham Nichollbn, late of Howden, in the County of York, 
Grocer, have certified to the Right Honoiable John Lord 
Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the faid 
Maikbam Nicholfon hath in all Things conformed himlelf 
according to the Dircftions of the feveral Afts of Parlia- 
ment made concerning Bankrupts; 'I'bis is to give Notice, 
that, by virtue of an Aft palled in the Fiflli Year of His 
late Majelly's Rel^'ii, bis Certificate will be allowed and con- 
finned as the fail! Aft direfts, unlefs Caufe be flicwn to the 
contrary on or before the s8th of January inllant. 

tl^Hereasthe afting Commillloners in the Commillion 

V J ol Bankrupt awarded and illucd againll Ifaac Gale, of 
Bradford, in ihe.County of Wilts, Clothier, Dealer and Chap- 
man, have certified to the Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, 
Lord High Ciianccllor of Great Britain, that the faid 
Ifaac Gale hath itT all 'J'hings conformed himlelf accord- 
ing to the Diieftions of the feveral Ails of Parliament 
made concerning Banknipts; This is to give Notice, that, 
by virtue of an Aft palled in the Fifth Year of His lat* 
Msjclfy's Reign, his Ceitificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the laid Aft direfts, unlets Caufe be Ihewii to the 
contrary on or before the jSth of January inflant. 



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From ©aturOap January 7, to CutaDaj) January 10, 1804. 



T tlie Court at Si. James's, the 4th of Ja- 
nuary 1804, 

PRESENT, 
The KING'S Moft Excellent Majelly in Council. 

WHEREAS the Time limited by His Ma- 
jelly's Order in Council of the Twenty- 
fecond Day of June One thoufand eight hundred 
and three, prohibiting the tranfporting into any 
Parts out of this Kingdom, any Pig-Iron, Bar- 
Iron, Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofin, Turpentine, An- 
chors, Cables, Cordage, Malls, Yards, Bovvrprits, 
Oafs, Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval 
Stores, will expire upon the Eleventh Day of this in- 
ftant January : And whereas it is judged expedient 
for His Majefly's Service, and the Safety of this 
Kingdom, that the faid Prohibition (liould be con- 
tinued for fome Time longer, His Majefty doth 
therefore, with the Advice of His Privy Council, 
liereby order, require, prohibit, and command, that 
no Perfon or Perfons whofoever do at any Time, for 
the Space of Six Months from the laid Eleventh 
Day of this inftant January, prefume to tranfpon 
into any Parts out of this Kingdom any Pig-iron, 
Bar-Iron, Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rolin, Turpentine, 
Anchors, Cables, Cordage, Malls, Yards, Bowfprits, 
Oars, Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or otlier Naval 
Stores, or do (hip or lade any Pig-iron, Bar- Iron, 
Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofin, Turpentine, Anchors, 
Cables, Cordage, Malls, Yards, Bowfprits, Oars, 
Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval Stores, 
-or Ship 6r lade any of the Articles above-mentioned 
on board any Ship or VelTel, in order to tranlport- 
ing the fame into any Parts Ueyond the Seas, with- 
out Leave or PcrmifTion firfl being had and obtained 
from His Majelly or His Privy Council, upon pain 
of incurring tlie Forfeitures inflicted by an A6t 
pafied in the Thirty-third Year of His Msjeily's 
Reign, intituled " An Acl to enable His ^iajelly 
" to rellrain the Exportation of Naval Stores, and 
" more cfftitually to prevent the Exportation of 
" Salt-Petre, Arms, and Ammunition, when pro- 
" hibited by Proclamation or Order in Council:" 
But it is neverthelcfs His Majelly's Pleafure, that 
nothing herein contained (hall extend, or be con- 
ftrued to extend, to any of His Mrjelly's Ships of 
War, or any other Ships or VelTcls or Boats in the 
Service of His Mijelty, or employed or freighted by 



His Mnjefly's' Board of Ordnance, or by the Com- 
miflioners of Plis Majelly's Navy; nor to prevent 
any Slilp or VelTcl from taking or having on bi>ard 
fucli Q_uan titles of Naval Stores as may be necef- 
fary lur the Ufe of fucli Shij) or Vefi'el during the 
CoLufe of her intended Voyage, or by Licence from 
tile Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, or the 
Conimiffioners of tlie Admiralty for the Time 
being; nor to the Exportation of tlie faid feveral 
Articles to Ireland, or to His Majelty's Yards oi' 
Garrifons, or to His Majefly's Colonies or Planta- 
tions in America or the Weft Indies, or to New- 
foundland, or to His Majefty's Forts and Settle- 
ments on the Coall of Africa, or to the Ifland of 
St. Helena, or to the Britiih Settlements or Faftories 
in the Eaft Indies ; Provided, that upon the Ex- 
portation of any of the faid Articles fjr the Pur- 
pofes of Trade to Ireland, or to His Majefly's 
Yards and Garrifons, or to His Majefty's Colonies 
and Plantations in America or the Well Indies, or 
to the Ifland of Newfoundland, or to His Ma- 
jefty's Forts and Settlcm.ents on the Coall of Africa, 
or to the Ifland cf St. Helena, or to the Britifh 
Settlements or Faftovics in the Eaft Indies, the 
Exporters of fuch Articles do firft make Oath of 
the true Di^rtination of the fame to the Places for 
which they^fliall be entered outwards, before the 
Entry of tKe fame fhall be made, and do give full 
and fuflficient Security, by Bond, to the Satisfaftlon 
of the CommilTioners of His Majefty's Cuftoms, to 
carry the faid Articles to the Places for which they 
are fo entered Outwards, and for the Purpofes 
fpecified, and none other ; and luch Bond fliall not 
b» cancelled or delivered up until Proof be made 
to the Satisfadlion of the faid Commiflloners, by 
the Prcduclion, within a Time to be fixed by 
the faid Commiflioners and fpecified in the Bond, 
of a Certificate or Certificates, in fuch Form and 
Manner as (liall be dircdled by the faid Commif- 
lioners, fhewiug that the faid A.rticles have been ail 
duly landed at the Places for which they were en- 
tered Outiyards : And the Right Honorable the 
Lords Commiflloners of His Majefty's Treafuiy, 
the Commiffioners for executing the (3i5ce of Lord 
High Admiral of Great Britain, and the Lord 
Warden of the Cinque Ports, are to give the ne- 
ceffary Direcllons herein as to them may rcfper- 
tively appertain. //''. feivl:enn-- 



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tors, who have not already fjovcJ tlicir Dchts, arc to 
comt prepared to prove thj^Tanie, or iIrv will he excluded 
the Bcnetit of the iVid Dividend. Acul all Claims not Ihcn 
pruvcd will he dllallowed. 

TH E Commidioncrs in a Cnninii(Tion of Bankrupt 
bearing Date the 6lh Day of Fchruiirv iSoj, awarded 
and ifTued for;h .i"3inft Richard Milne, of Rochdilc, in tiie 
County of Lancaltcr, .Scrivener, intend to meet on the 30th 
Day of January indant. at Eleven of tlie Clock in the Fore- 
noon, at the Roebuck Inn, in Rochdale a.'ortfaij, to make a 
Dividend ol the IWlite an<l ElFecls of the laid Bankrupt; 
y.hen and where the Cridltois, who have not ..Iready 
}>ro\cd their DcbH, arc to come prepared to prove the lami, 
or they v.]\\ be cxchided the Benefit of tlie laid Dividend 
.And all Claims not then proved will be dilallowed. 

1 F, Cnmmirtioners in a Commidion of Banknipt, 
_ bearing Djte the 1 0th of Oclobcr 1802, awaided 
and ifliied.againll William Britt, of Loddon, in the County 
i.f Xorfolk, shopkeeper. Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, in- 
tend to meet on the 2d Day of Fehruary next, at Eleven 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the Houfc of William 
J-:kc, called the Rampant-Horic, in tlie City of Norwich, in 
order to make a Firll and Final Dividend of the Kltatc and 
EtTeOs of the laid Bankrupt; when and v\here the Cre- 
ditor>, wlio have not already proved their Debts, arc to 
come prepared to prove the Came, or ilicy will be ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be difallowcd. 

IE Commiflioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the lOlh of May 1803, awarde'd and 
filled asainll John Lightly and James Thompfon, of Upper 
Thames-Street, Partners and Taper-Dealers, intend to meet 
on the 28th of January inlfant, at Eleven o'Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Gir.ldhall, London, to make a Dividend jjf the 
Eltate and Eirecis of the i;iid Bankrupts; when and where 
the Joint Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be 
excluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend. And all Claipis 
not then proved will be dilallowed. 

WHereas the afling Commidioners in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ili'ued aga'inft James Curiie, 
of Crofs-Strcct,Finltury-Square,in the County of Middlefe.v, 
Merchant, have certified to the Riglit llonotaljlc John Lord 
EMon, Lord Hijjh Chancellor of Great Britain, that the laid 
JamtisCurricliath in all lldngs conformed himfelf according 
to the DirtOions of the I'everal Afls of Parliament made 
concerning Bankru|>ts; This is to give Notice, that, by 
virtue of an Aft palled in the Fifth Year of His late 
Majcdy's Reign, his Ccitificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the laid Afl diieOs, unlefs Canfe be fiicwn to the 
contrary on or before the zSih of January inllant. 

afling Commidioners in the Commidion 



THI 
be 
ifiued ; 



WHeieas the afli 
of Bankmpt a' 



.Severey, of Scarborough, in the County of York, Vintner, 
Dealer and Chapman, have certified to the Right Honor- 
able John Lord F^ldon, Lord High Chancellor of Gieit 
Britain, that the laid John .Scverey hath in all Things con- 
formed hiinlelf according. to the Diicflions of the feveral 
Acts of Faiiiameiit made concerning Bankiupts; I'his is to 
give X'ttice. that, by viitiic nf an Acl pallid in the Fi.'"t!i 
Year of His late Majcllj's Rei"n, his Ceitificate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as the faid Act directs, unlefs Cauli. be 
llu-wn to the contrary on or before the J8ih Day of January 
indant. 



WHereas the acfllng Commidioners in the CommtfUon 
of Bankrupt uwauled and illiied forlh agaiiiH 
Thomas Binns and James Brown, of Tottcnham-Str«et', 
Saint Pancras, in the County oi Middlclcx, Kngine-Ma- 
nufiflurers, have certified to the Right Honorable Join. 
Lord ElJon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that 
the (aid J.imes Brown hath in all Tilings conformed 
hinifclf according to the Direaions of the Icveral Afls of 
Parliament made concerning Bankrupts ; This is to give 
Notice, that, by \irtue of an Aft palled in tlic Fifth Year 
of His hite Majcfly's Reign, his Certificate will be al- 
lowed and confiinied as the laid Aft dircdts, unlets Caufc be 
diewn to the contrarj' on or before the 28th Day of Tanuarv 
inliaut. ' 

WHereas the afting Commidioners in the Commidion of 
Bankrupt awarded and idiicd againft George Lolh 
William Lolh, and John Diedrick Lubbien,of the Town and 
County of Newcallle-upon-'F) ne. Merchants, (trading under 
the Firm of Lodi, Lubbren, and Co.) have certified to the 
Right Honorable John Loid EMon, Lord Hi.rh Chancellor of 
Gicat Britain, that the laid William Lolh hath in all 'i'liings 
conformed liimRIf according to the Directions of the llvei^l 
Afts ol Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This is 
to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Adt palled in the 
Fifth Year of His late Majefty's Reign, his Certificate will 
be allowed and confirmed as the laid Aft dircfts, untels 
Caule be fiiewn to the coiitiary on or before the 28ih of 
ol January inftant. 

WHereas the afting CommilTioners in the Commidion 
ol Bankrupt awarded and illiied forlh acainft 
John Dean, of the Town and County of Newcadle-upon- 



Tync 



Woollen-Diaper, Dealer and Chapman, have "cer- 
tified to the Right Hnmuable John Loid Eldon, Lord 
High Chancellor of Gnat Britain, that the faid Tohn 
Dean hath in all 'Fhings conformed himlelf according to 
the Direftions of the levcral Afts of Parliament made 
concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that ' 
by virtue of an Aft palfed in the Fifth Year of His laW 
Majelly s Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the l.iid Aft direfts, unlcli Caufc he Ihewn to the 
contrary on or belore the l8th Day of January inflant 



\'l''"Vu'" ,"'" ''^'"^' (-'"'"""""'oners in the Commidio 
_ V V ol Bankrupt awarded and iliiied fmtli a„n;„n h,t..i. 




d 

1 .1 • 11 -, I • ' '"^ '^i'' 

, ^. "'"" '" ■''" ' '"ngs contormcd liimldf 
aceoruing to the Direftions of the feveral Afts of Parlia- 
nient made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice 

hat by virtue of an Aft palll-d in the Fifth Year of H^s 
late M.,jclly s Rei..n, his Certificate will be allowed and con! 
firmed as the faid Aft direfts, unlels Catife be diewn to ?he 
contrary on or before the igth of January- indant. 
Tl/-Hereasthe afting Commidioners in the Commidion 

\ J of Bankrupt awaided and illued againri Ilaac Gale, of 
Bradford, in the County of Wilts, Clothier, Dealer and CI ap- 

iTh h' h",';"''' '°m""= ^'«'" """°"l'l<= J"l'n Lord Eldon. 
Lord High Cnanccllor of Great Britain, that the faid 
Ilaac Gae hath irr all Things conformed' him, -If acco^- 
mg ,0 the Dneftions of the feveral Afts of l-arlian^nt 
made conceri.mg Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that 
by virtue of an .Aft palled in the FifthS'ear of His at.' 
AlMcdys Reign his Ceitihcate will be allowed and con! 
hrmcd as the laid Aft direfts, unlels Caule be diewn o the 
contrary on or before the sSlh of Januaiy indant. 



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From @!aturDap January 7, to CursDaj) January 10, 1804. 



T tiie Court at St. James's, the 4th of Ja- 
nuary 1804, 

PRESENT, 
The KING'S Moft Excellent Majelly in Council. 

WHEREAS the Time limited by His Ma- 
jelly's Order in Council of the Twenty- 
fecond Day of June One thoufand eight hundred 
and three, prohibiting the tranfporting into any 
Parts out of this Kingdom, any Pig-iron, Bar- 
Iron, Hemp, Pitch, 'Air, Rofin, Turpentine, An- 
chors, Cables, Cordage, Malls, Yards, Bowl'prits, 
Oafs, Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval 
Stores, will expire upon the Eleventh Day of this in- 
ftant January : And whereas it is judged expedient 
for His Majefty's Service, and the Safety of this 
Kingdom, that the faid Prohibition fiiould be con- 
tinued for forae Time longer, Hi? Majelly doth 
therefore, with the Advice of His Privy Council, 
hereby order, require, prohibit, and command, that 
no Perfon or Perfons whofoever do at any Time, for 
the Space of Six Months from tlie faid Eleventh 
Day of this inftant January, prcfume to tranfport 
into any Parts out of this Kingdom any Pig-iron, 
Bar-Iron, Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rolin, Turpentine, 
Anchors, Cables, Cordage, Malls, Yards, Bowfprlts, 
Oars, Oakum, Okcr, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval 
Stores, or do (hip or lade any Pig-Iron, Bar- Iron, 
Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofin, Turpentine, Anchors, 
Cables, Cordage, Malls, Yards, Bowfprits, Oars, 
Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval Stores, 
or Ship 6y lade any of the Articles above-mentioned 
on board any Ship or Veffel, in order to tranfport- 
ing the fame into any Parts Ueyond the Seas, with- 
out Leave or PerniifTion tirft being had and obtained 
from His Majelly or His Privy Council, upon pain 
of Incurring tlie Forfeitures inflicT:cd by an A6t 
palled in the Thirty-third Year of His Majefty's 
Reign, intituled " An Acl to enable His ^iajelly 
" to rellrain the Exportation of Naval Stores, and 
" more cfftdlually to prevent the Exportation of 
" Salt-Pctre, Arms, and Ammunition, when pro- 
" liibited by Proclamarlon or Order in Council:" 
But it is nevertheless His Majefty's Pleafure, that 
nothing herein contained fhall extend, or be con- 
llrued to extend, to any of His Majefty's Ships of 
War, or any other Ships or Vefiels or Boats in the 
Service of Plis M^jefty, or employed or freighted by 



His Majefty's' Board of Ordnance, or by the Com- 
miffioniTS of His Majefty's Navy ; nor to prevent 
anv Ship or VelTcl from taking or having on board 
fuch (Quantities of Naval Stores as may be necef- 
fary lor the Ufe of fucli Shiji or Vefi'el duiing tlie 
Courfe of her intended Voyage, or by Licence from 
the Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, or the 
Coniminioners of the Admiralty for the Time 
being; nor to the Exportation of the faid feveral 
Articles to Ireland, or to His Majefty's Yards or 
Garrilons, or to His Majefty's Colonies or Planta- 
tions in America or the Weft Indies, or to New- 
foundland, or to His Majefty's Forts and Settle- 
ments on the Coaft of Africa, or to the Ifland of 
St. Helena, or to the Britiftr Settlements or Faftories 
ill the Eaft Indies : Provided, that upon the Ex- 
portation of any of tbe faid Articles for the Pur- 
pofes of Trade to Ireland, or to His Majefty's 
Yards and Garrlfuns, or to His Majefty's Colouies 
and Plantations in America or the Weft Indies, or 
to the Ifland of Newfoundland, or to His Ma- 
jefty's Forts and Settlements on the Coaft of Africa, 
or to the Illand of St. Helena, or to the Britifh 
Settlements or Faftorics in the Eaft Indies, the 
Exporters of fuch Articles do (irft make Oath of 
the true Deftination of the fame to the Places for 
vvliich they^ftiall be entered outwards, before the 
Entry of the fame (hall be made, and do give full 
and fnfficient Security, by Bond, to the Satisfafllon 
of the Conmiiflioners of His Majefty's Cuftoms, to 
carry the faid Articles to the Places for which they 
are lo entered Outwards, and for the Purpofes 
fpeclfied, and none other ; and fuch Bond fliall not 
be cancelled or delivered up until Proof be made 
to the Satisfadlion of the faid Commiflioners, by 
the Producllon, within a Time to be fixed by 
the faid CommifTioners and fpecified in the Bond, 
of a Certificate or Ceilllicates, in fuch Form and 
Manner as fliall be diretled by the fsid Commif- 
iioners, ftiewing that the faid Articles have been all 
duly landed at the Placej for which they were en- 
tered Outwards : And the Right Honorable the 
Lords CommifTioners of His Majefty's Tieafuiy, 
the Commlffioners for executing the Office of Lord 
High Admiral of Great Britain, and the I^ord 
Warden of the Cinque Ports, are to give the ne- 
ceffary Direclions herein as ta tiiem may refpcr- 
tively appertain. If, pcivkener- 



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IVarOffice, JiMjry lo, 1SC4. 
Ajrjli'ire Genilemen anJ TtoiHanij^d^avalry. 
William Ctimpbell, Gent, to b'e Cornel, vice Hamil- 
toii, rtfijjncd. 

Blofield and South IValJham Gentlemen and Ttomanry 
, . Cavalry. 

Lieutenant Heath to be Captain, vice Bur- 
ro u§'''es, dec'eafed. ^ 
Cornet Sibcl to be Lieutenant, vice Heath. 
Wflllara Jary, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Sibtl. 

Devon Guides. 
George Montagu, Efq; to be Licuf'enant-Colonel 
Commandant. 

Ludlow nnd Bi/hop's Caflle Gentlemen and Teomanry 

Cavalry. 

Lieutenant William Adams to be Captain, vice Syer, 

refigncd. 
Conict Henry Lloyd to be L'Cutenaiit, vice Adams. 
John Molyneux, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Lloyd. 

■ ij^ Regimen! of Norfoli Gentlemen and Teomanry 

Cavnlry. 

Thomas William Coke, Liq; to be Lieutenant- 

, Colonel. 
tJt'Wrge Beauchamp, Efq; to be Major. 

(r Suffbli Gcr.llcnien and Teomanry Cavalry. 
AJ'urjnan Manning, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 

^!r T. Gooch.i rtfigned. 
Gornci Tliouias Farr to be Lieutenant. 
George ilijfuin, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Farr. 

ll^arwlcl/hire Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 
Thoaias Welch. Gent, to be Cornet. 

Argyllfli'tre Volunteers. 
Alexander Morrilon, Gent, tb be Enfign, vice G. 

M'Farlanc, refigncd. 
R«v. Charles Stewart to be Chaplain. 
Rev. Dugald M'Dugald to he Chaplain. 

Argylljh'ire Additional Battalion, 

, , , 'To be Lieutenants., 

James M'Kinnon, Gent. 
Coll. M-DougalJ, Gent. 
John Ilobfon, Gent. 

To he Eiifigns, 
Duncan Black, Gent. 
Archibald Frafer, Gent. 

Belchiuorth, <sfc. Volunteer Corps. 
Captain C. H. Bouven'e to be Major Commandant, 

vice Hon. W. H. Bouverie, religiied. 
Lieutenant Edward Bouverie to be Captain, vice 

C. H. Bouverie. 
Samuel Wclton, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice E. 

Bouvctie. I 

Benjamin Watcrcr, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

\fl Regiment of Bucks Volunteer Infantry, 
John Winter, Gent to be Enfign. 

Benjafield's Bury St. Edmund' > Volunteers. 
Robert Rookwood, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Loyal Cokhffler Volunteers. 
Lieutenant Jamcn Lovitl to be Captain, vice Hedge, 

appointed Adjutant. 
Enfign Tlioniab Nice to be Lieutenant, vice Lovitt. 
George Wright, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Nice. 



Evefham Volunteers. ■ 
Lieutenant John Hyde Boulter to be Captain, vice 

Bretdyj refigned. 
Enfig'i John Clarke to be I^ieutenant, vice Boulter. 
Joleph Edge, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Clarke. 

Framlingham Volunteers ■ 
Thomas Thompfon, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 

Bciiiiin:;jt.in, refigned. 
Thomas Bennington, Gent, to be Enfign, vice 

Godwyn, refigned. 

Gate/bead Volunteer Infantry. 
Enfign John Green to he Lieutenant. 

To be Etifgns, 
Ifa.ic Kirton, Gent. 
Fairlefs Harrifoii, Cent. 
lohn Watfon, Gent. 
Thomas Hodglon, Gent. 

To be garter mafler, 
John Fenai t, Gent. 

Ipj-wich Volunteers. 
Captain Thomas Javer Milliner Nealc to be Major. 

To he Captains, 
Lieutenant John King, vice Silburnc. 
Lieutenant James Martin. 
Lieutenant James Wenn. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Enfign Charles Grofs. 
Enfign John Sparrow. 
Enfign Edmund Clarke Wells. 
Thomas Denningham, Gent. 

To be Enjigns, 
John Ab'itt, Gent. 
Thomas Edmunds, Gent. 
Edward Ablitt, Gent. 
William Paine, Gent. 

To he Chaplain, 
Rev. William Howorth. 

Kenfington Volunteers. 
I.,ieutcnant Thomas Peter Marter to be Captain, vice 

Mair, deceafed. 
Enfign Francis Frome to be Lieutenant, vice Marter. 
J(/hn Wall Callcott, Gent, to be Enfign, vice 

■Frome. 
Enfign Benjamin Ltwi.s Viilli.imy to be Adjutant. 
William Glover, Gent, to be Q^iartei MalL'r. 
Henry Unfton Thompfon, Gent, to be Afliftant- 

Suigeon. 

Loyal Newcaflle Volunteers. 
Captain Thomas GIbfon to be Major, vice Davidfon, 

refigned. 
Lieutenant Chriftopher Fcnwick to be Captain, vice 

Gibfon. 
Second Lieutenant Taylor Gibfon to be Firft Lieu- 
tenant, vice Fenwick. 
Richard Fnown, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant in 

the Rif3e Company. 
James Hindmarlh, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, 

vice Gibfon. 
Bowes Fenivick, Gent, to be Surgeon, vice Keenly- 

fide, deccalcd. 

Loyal Oiigar Hundred J'cluiileers. 
Lieutenant Samuel Wild to be Captain, vice Smyth, 

refigned, 
Enfign \\ illiam Bellamy Rifdon to be Lieutenant, 
' vice Wild. 



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PendcnnU Artllkfy. 
Stcoi.d Lieutenant Robert Napton to be Flrft Lieu- 
tenant, vice Pender, rciigiied. 
William Blight, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, 

vice Napton. 

Artillery Company of Porifmouih Vi3uaUm^-0J/ic» 
Volunteers. 

Second Lieutenant Thomas Pitts to be Fivft Lieu- 
tenant, vice Valentine, refigned. 

Jofeph Clarke, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, vice 
Pitts. 

I^oytil Sou'hatnpton Baltalion of Volunteer Fuzilccrs. 
William Keele, Gent, to be Surgeon. 
John Bell, Gtnt. to be Quarter-Mafter. 

Eaflcrn Battalion of Sutherland Volunteers, 
CapXain Gordon Clunes to be Captain, vice Gordon, 
rciigncd. 

Tichfeld and Fareham Volunteers. 
Enfign Thomas Cooper to be Second Lieutenant. 

Woodbrldge Volunteers.' 
Captain John Purcell to be Major. 

Errata 

In Gazette of 3d Inllant. 

' ' I^oyal Lymington Volunteers. 
For IV'iUiam FeuUleteau, Gent, to be Enfign, 
Kcad ll'illlam Femlleteau Wilfon, Gent, to be Enfign. 

In Gazette of 7th Inftant. 

Forefl Volunteers. 
For John Thomas, Gent, to be Adjutant, with the 

Brevet Rank of Captain, 
Read John Thomas, Gent, to be Adjutant, with the 

Brevet Rank of Lieutenant 

In Gazette of 24th Ultimo. 
For Billion Volunteer Infantry, 
Read Piilfton Gentlemen and Yeomanry Cavalry. 
Rev. William Lee to be Chaplain. 
Thomas Price, Gent, to be Surgeon. 



IVar-Office, Jcmuaryxo, 1804. 
3 J Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Cornet SB. Mickle- 

thuaite to be Lieutenant, by Purchafe, vice 

Br ice, promoted. 
()tlj Ditto, Lieutenant Robert Anderfon, from the 

Half Pay of tlie 10th Foot, to be Lieutenant. 

vice Greene, who exchanges, receiving the Dif- 
ference. 
Enfign John UTmilton, from the 26th Foot, to be 

Cornet, by Purchafe, vice Foot, promoted. 
^d Regiment of Dragoons, Edward Darwin, Gent, to 

be Cornet, by Purchafe, vice Territt, promoted. 

l/l Regiment of Foot Guards. 
7o be Eifigns, •wiihoul Purchafe, 

■Charles Lionel Fit Gerald, Gent. 

William Woolryche Whitmore, Gent. 

Robert Hurft, Gent. 

William Henry Mills, Gent. 

^d Ditto, Major-General Charles Barnett to be Se- 
cond Major, vice Major-General Clephane, de- 
ceafed. 

Captain Stephen Peacocke to be Captain of a Com- 
pany, vice Major-General Barnett. 

Enfign J; J. Cochrane to be Lieutenant, vice Pea- 
cocke. 



Francis Home, Gent, to be Enfign, by Purchafe. 

Rowland Allifton, Gent, to be Enfign, without 
Purchafe, vice Cochrane. 

Charles Lawrence White, Gent, to bt Enfign, with- 
out Purchafe. 

4/A Regiment of Foot, Enfign J. W. Green to be 
Lieutenant, without Purchafe, vice Cruice* pro- 
moted in the 44th Foot. 

Charles Lonfdak, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Green. 

■]th Ditto, Enfign Lord Burghcrfh, from 

the 1 1 th Foot, to be Lieutenant, without Pur- 
chafe, vice Skeleton, promoted in the 9th Batta- 
lion of Referve. 

nth Ditto, Enfign Daniel Doiiavan, from the yfilh 
Foot, to be Enfign, without Purchafe, vice Byrne, 
whofe Appointment has not taken place. 

l6th Ditto, Jwieutenant John Campbell to be Cap. 
tain of a Company, without Purchafe, vice Maf. 
fey, removed to the ill Battalion of Referve. 

Enfign Alexander Cornwall to be Lieutenant, vic« 
Campbell. 

Frederick Welch, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Corn- 
wall. 

iJthDiiio, Chriftopher Hatchell, Gent, to be tn- 
fign, by Purchafe, vice Johnfon, promoted in the 
81ft Foot. 

20th Ditto, Enfign Lewis Suter, from the 77th 
Foot, to be Lieutenant, by Purchafe, vice Hames, 
promoted. 
Stephen W^hite, Gent, to be Enfign, by Purchafe, 
vice Jackfon, promoted. 

z^th Ditto. 

'To be Lieulenants.t 

Enfign Robert Seymour, by Purchafe, vice Car- 

michael. 
Lieutenant Peter C. Wefllake, from Half Pay of 

the 15th Foot, vice Freer, promoted. 
Enfign H. B. Rutherford, by Purchafe, vice Terry, 
promoted. 

7o be En/ign, 
Thomas Murray Brooke, Gent, by Purchafe, vice 

Gibbons, promoted. 
38//J Ditto, William Mount Garrett, Gent, to fee 
Afiillant-Snrgcon, vice O'Farrtll, promoted in 
the 58th Foot. 
39/A Ditto, Enfign Francis Cfotty, from Half-Pay 
of the 82d Foot, to be Enfign, vice James, re- 
moved from the Service. 
40//J Ditto, Enfign Robert Maxwell to be Lieute- 
nant, by Purchafe, vice Archdall, promoted. 
Enfign Charles Pepper to be Licutcnan:, by Pur- 
chafe, vice Dampier, promoted. 
j^zJ Ditto, Lieutenant Robert Dick, from the 9th 
Battah'on of Referve, to be Lieutenant, vice Ca- 
merou, removed to the 3d Royal Garrilon Batta- 
lion. 
44//; Ditto, Enfign and Adjutant Thomas Mackrell 

to be Lieutenant. 
46//.1 Ditto, Augullus Fawcett, Gent, to be AfiTift- 

ant- Surgeon, vice Griffin, promoted. 
^zd Ditto, Lieutenant George T. Napier to be Cap- 
tain ot a Company, by PHrchafe, vice Wade, pro- 
moted. 
Enfign Henry Wallis to be - Lieutenant, by Par- 
chafe, vice Peel, promoted in tlie 6th Weft India 
Regiment. 
Enfign Adam Hunter to be Lieutenant, vice Na- 
pier, 



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Georjre Spottifwoode, Gent, to be Enfiga, vice 

Wa'.l.V. 
567A Regiment of Foal, John Giveen, Gent, to be 
Enfigi\, by Purcliafe, vice Reid, promoted in the 
Sgtti Foot. 
58/A Dill I, Lieutenant Eyre Benilcy to be Adjut.irt. 
6cth D'lllo, JolVph Tuggincr, GeiU to be E:<fij;Ti, 
without I'lirchafc, vice Willtfrinin, promoted in 
the Start" Corps. 
Richter, Gtnt. to be Enfign, without Pur- 

chafc, vice Inihoff, decealVd. 
€\Jl Ditto, Er.tiga J. ISiinner to be Lieutenant, 

without Purchalc, vice Roberts, piomotcd. 
John Ruthfrfurri, Gent, to be Enlign, vice lipnner. 
b^d Ditic, Enlign James Johnftone to be Lieute- 
nant, by Purcliafe, vice M'Lerolh, promoted. 
64/.^ Ditto, Michael Fulcv, Gent, to be Enfign, with- 
out Putchai'e, vice Laiilie, promoted in the 7th 

Weft India Regim»nt. 
71// Dilldj John Maj'>r, Gent, to be Enfign, by 

Purchafe, vice Dickfon, pioniottJ. 
77/i Dillo, William Wafdcll, Gent, to be Enfign, 

by Purchafe, vice Sutcr, promoted in the 2otli 

Foot. 
88/A Ditto, Enfign R. Lkvellyn, from the 69th 

Foot, to be Enfign, by Purchafe, vice Mackenzie, 

who retires. 
92(/ Ditto, Lieutenant Brodie Grant to be Captain 

of a Company, by Purchafe. 
96//' Ditto, Charles Vailaiicey, Gent, to be Enfign, 

without Purchafe, vice Doaavan, promoted in the 

I ith Foot. 
Royal Afrtcnn Corps, Bethel Martin Robinfon, Gent. 

to be EnliL'O, without Purchafe. 
Corfican Corps, Lieutenant Jeremiah Fox, from the 

35th Foot, to be Captain of a Company. 
Lieutenant Lord Thomas Pelham Clinton, from 

the J ft Life Guards, to be Captain of a Com- 
pany. 
\Jl , Battalion of Referve, Captain Hugh MafTey, 

from the 1 6th Foot, to be Captain of a Com- 
pany. 
2d Ditto, Lieutenant C. Dennis, from the Half-Pay 

of the late Irifh Artillery, to be I>icutenant. 
C)th Dillo, Lieutenant James Greenough, from H.ilf. 

Pay of the iCth Foot, to be Lieutenant, with 

temporary Rank in the Army. 
-,lh Dillo, Charles Muihall, Gent, to be Enlign, vice 

Hanmer, whofc App0intme.1t has not taken 

place. 
^ih Ditto, Lieutenant Lucas Hunt Jack fon, from 

Half-Pny of Bradlhaw's Levy, to be Lieutenant, 

vi^e Williams, who exclianges. 
Canadian Fcnciblcs, Edward Caitwright, Gent, to 
• be Enfign. 
Roll's Rr^imeni, Lieutenant J.N. MuUer, from the 

6o;h Foot, to be Ciptain of a Company, with 

temporary Rar.k in the Army. 
^ Royal Gonifon Balltilion, Lieutenant George 

Berry, from the Half-Pay of the <)<)\.\\ F'oot, to 

be Lieutenant, vice Doi.avan, removed to the 7th 

G.irriion Battalion. 
John Neftor, Efq; lo be Pavmaftcr. 
-/th Ditto, Litutet.ant Jeremiah Donavan, fr )m the 
' 4th Garrifon Battalion, to be Lieutenant, vice 

bmith, aopoi ited Paymaftcr. 

HOSPITAL STAFF. 
jSurgean Peter Ormfby, from the :d Dragoon I 



Guards, to be Surgeon to tlie Forces fervlng In 
Ireland, vice Comyns, promoted. 
Surgeon James O'Connor, from the 17th Light 
Dr.'.gooiis, to be Surgeon to the faid Forces, vice 
Biggar, promoted. 

MkmOR ANDUM. 

The .-Xppointnient of William Durie, Gent, to he 
.'\ffi(lani-Surgcon in the 27lh Light Dragoons, vice 
Sharpe, jiromotcd, iis itated in the Gazette of 1 11 
March lull, has not taken place. 

The Api)oiiitmeiit of Captain N. Myott fiom 
Halt-Pay of ihe late Independent Companies, to be 
Captain in the 26th Foot, vice Green, promoted, as 
dated in the Ga/.etlc of the nth July lull, has not 
taken place. 

The Exchange bJtween Major Forfter of the nth 
Foot, and M ijor Wright of the 30th Foot, as ftated 
in the Gazette of 271!! October lad, has not l.iken 
place. 

Commiffions in the Royal Lancafiiire Militia, fgncd 

by the Lord Litutenanl. 

\ft Battalion. 

Lawrence Brock HoUindiead, Efq; to be Captain. 
Dated December 9, JS03. 

Hcniy Cardwell, Gent, to be Lieutenant. Dated 
December 1 2, 1S03. , 

George Oliver, Gent, to be Ditto. Dated Decem- 
ber 13, 1^03. 

Benjamin Wild, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated De- 
cember 9, 1803. 

3./ Baltalion. 
James Robinfon, Gent, to be Lieutenant, Dated 

December 19, 1803. 
George Barnett, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated No- 
• vember 19, 1S03. 

Commi/fion figned by the Lord Lieuterant of the County 

o/" Nottingham. Dated December 20, 1803. 
The Honorable Charles Herbert Pierrepont to be 
Deputy Lieutenant. 

Comtiillficns in the Derby fhire Old yiWhhi., figned by 
I he Lord Lirutenant. 

Francis Bcresford, Efq; to be Captain. Dated De- 
cember 26, 1^03. 

Robert Dawfi)n, Gent, to be Lieutenant. Dated 
September I, 1803. 

Robert Heathcote, Gent, to be Ditto. Dated De- 
cember 26, 1803. 

Commiffiott in the Berwickflilre Regiment of Militia, 

Jigiied by the Lard Lieutenant. 
Robert Campliell, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 
. Robfon, rcfigned. Dated November 9, 1803. 



WhitehnlL January 10, 1804. 
The King has been pleaicd to conllitute and ap- 
point the Right Hono'able John Earl of St. Vin- 
cent, Admiral of the Wliitc Squadron of His Ma- 
jelly's Fleet, Lieutenant General of the Royal Ma- 
rine Forces, and Knight of the Mofl Honorable 
Order of the Bath ; Sir Philip Stephens and Sir 
Thomas Troubridge, Baronets ; James Adams, 
John Markham, and John Lemon, Efqrs. and' Sir 
Hnrry F.nrrard Nealc, Bart, to be His Majefty's 
Commifliojicrs for executing the Office of High Ad- 



I 



ate^J'rc- 




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fniral of the United Kingdom of Great Bntaiii and 
Ireland, and tlie Dominions, Iflands, and Tcrri 
torics thereunto belonging. 

Whitehall, yanunry (^, 1S04. 
The Lord Chancellor has appointed Riirievt 
Copeman, of Ayllhavv, in the County of Norfolk, 
■Gent, to be a Mailer Extraordinary in the High 
Court of Chancery. 



Navy- Office, January 9, 5'8o4. 

THE Pfhupdl Officers and Comimjfujnsrs of His 
His Majejly's Navy do herehy ^ive Notice, that on 
SaturdHy the 2lUh Injlant, at One 0' Clock, fhey 'will 
le reaily to treat with fiich Perfons as may be ':inlling 
to conlrail for fupplying His Miijejly's 7'ard at Portf- 
mauth, 'with thefollotcing Arti.lei, viz. 
Bricks. 
Tiles, 

Lime Chsik. 
Slates, 

Oak Spine Heart Laths. 
Fir Ditto. 

I'ir Laths for Ceiling. 
Charcoal. 

Ifle of Wight Rubble Stone. 
Culra, 
^ Form of tie Tender may lie feen at this Office ; 
jlnd tio Tender nxiill be received after Twelve 0^ Clock 
on the Diiy of Treaty, nor ftiy noticed, imlefs tic Party, 
or an Agent for him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy-Ofllce, January 4, 1804. 
'~r^HE Principal Offcers and Commi/fioriers of His 
■*■ J\IajeJly's Navy do h^reliy give Notice, that on 
Thurfday the l^th of this Month, at One o' Clock, 
iliey it'ill he ready to treat zvilh fuch Perfons as may be 
luillin^ to conlraS for fvpplying His Majejly^ s Tards at 
Deptford and Wool-.uich ivilh 

Birch Broom:;. 

yl Form of the Tender may le feen at this Office. 

No Tender ivill be received after "T we've n' Clock on 
the Dav of Treaty , nor any noticed, vnlifs the Party, 
or an ylgent for him, attends. R. A. Nelfon. 

Navy-Office, January 5, 1804. 
'I 'H F. Principal Officers and CuTttmiJfwners of His 
■*■ Maje/ly^s A'avy do hereby jive Notice, that on 
ScilurJay the zUlh Injianl, cil One 0^ Clock, they ivill le 
ready to trait '■.uilh Juch Perfons as may be luillmg to 
.contrail for fupplyi.'ig His Majefly's Tards at Plymouth 
with Teams of Hurfcs. 

A Form of the Tender, icilh otljcr Particulars, may 
be feen at this 0(ji 



And 



■no J tndcr ivi, 



•ill be received after i ivehi: d' Clot 



.en the Day of 'Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
er an Agaitjor him, attends. 

R. A. ^'c.U'on, Secretary 

Na'.y-Offite, Ji'.mmtyi, 1804. 
''1' HF, Prixcipnl "Officers and Coiniiiffioncrs of His 
Malfly^s Navy do ber-eby give Nolle, that on 
ll'ediiefday the 2Kth of 'January 1SC4, at Ten 0' Clock 
in the Forenoon, Commi(ftaner Hope irill e.xpole te Sale 
at his Office in Pl-is Mcylly's i'ard at Chatham , fcveral 
Hols of old ^torei, conl'/fing of 

Old Canvas and TaipaulintSj, 
Old Rop*-, id Paper-Sl-i.vff, 



Shakings, 

Old Buhrope, 

Toppcts, 

White Ocham, 

Hemp Rubbifli, 

Old Tar Ban 1.1s, Oil CaflvS, &£. 
all lying in tin faid Tard, luhere any Perfons, ivi/hinji 
to become Purchafers, may h.ivc the Liberty of viewing 
the fame during the -conmon ivoriing Hours of the 
Tard, until the Day of Sale. 

Inventories and Conditions of Sale may he had here 
and at The Tard. _R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy- Office, January 2, 1804. 
'T^HE Principal Officers and Commiffioneri of His 
-* Majefly's Navy, I'.o hereby give Notice, that on 
Wednefday the 2^th Infant, at On: 0^ Clock, they itiill 
be ready to treat with fuch Perfons as may be •willing 
to contrail for fupplying His Majefly's Tards at Dept- 
ford, Woolivich, Chatham, Sheernefs, Portfmouth, and 
Plymouth, with Braziers' and Founders' Goods. 
A Form of the Tender may be feen at this Office. 
And no 'Tender will be received after Twelve 0' Clod 
on the Day of Treat'';, tior any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
or an Agent for him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

CHEST-OFFICF., GREENWICH. 

3d January 1804. 
AjOtice is hereby given to the Greenwich Chefl Pen- 
Jioners, that fuch of them as -were achnitted Pen- 
fioners by the Governors of the late Cheff at Chatham, 
on Account of total Elindnefs, or for the Lofs of a 
Limb, ix<i!l not be required to appear before the DircSors 
at the Expiration of the Term expreffed in their Tickets. 
Perfons allowed Penfion Money by the faid lite Go- 
vernor for Hurts of any other Defcription, will not be 
paid beyond the Term for nvhich their feveral Penfions 
were granted, until tliey have been examined at this Of- 
ffce, any Tnefday moji convenient to themfelves near the 
Time appointed for them to be reviewed, except thofe tranf- 
mitting Certiffcatcs Jrom thc;r Captains or Commanders 
that they cannot be fpared from Duty in His Majefly's 
Fleet, to whom Payment ivill be extended Two 2'ears ; 
and alfo Penfioners 'who, from ill Health or Inf.rmilits, 
are unable to appear, from whom a Certificate of the 
Caufe of Inability will be required, Jigved by Two Sur- 
geons, and the Minifier and C bur chujar dens of the Pa- 
r<fh in ivhich fuch Penjiovers refpeUivclj njide. 
By Command of the Dii eSoi\s, 

Lath. M'Lean, Acct. 

Royal Military College, January 6, 1804. 
rA^ Conformity to the Rrfolution of His Mnjejift 
Commifjloitn's for conaiiHinv the Affiirs of the Royal 
Military College, that the ylppoiutmenls of Profeffors 
and Miijhrs Jhall be determined by Comjielition of Ta- 
lents, the Governor doth hereby give Notice, that .-Ad- 
ditional iM afters in the following Branches of Inffruclion, 
viz. Foriification, Military Drawing, Ceograpl.y and 
H'lllory, and to afffl in teaching the Latin Clii/jics, will 
be wanted at the Junior Department of the faid Col- 
lege, lit Great Marlow, in the County of Bucks, in the 



Courfe of the enfuing Alonth. 

Letters oj Application are to be addrffed to .the Go- 
vernor of the Royal Military College, under Cover ta 
the Right Honorable the Secretary at IVar, lVar--Office. 

No Perfon will he approved for the Fffablijh'iimit 
•whofe Chara^er will not bear theffrittejl Scrutiny. 



130, 15664. 



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A CoHes'ialc Board of the Roy.il Military Collf^c 
nill be held at Great Marlo'a), on Tu:fday the ith of 
February next, for the Examinalion of the Candidates 
for th: above-mentioned Appointment}. 

Navy Pay-Ofiicc, January 10, 1S04. 
PRIZE AGENCY 
Act of Parliamcnt, 43 Geo. III. Chap. 160. 

/Wformation is hereby given, thai, by the SeSion ^ylh 
of the above-recited Ad. all Agents appointed for the 
Payment of Pri-z-e- Money arifmg from Captures made 
from the Enemy during the prefent IVar, are required 
to tranfmit to the Treafurer or Paymajler of His Ma- 
ufl'i's Xavy, London, immedialcly upon adver'.ifmg the 
JDi/lribulion in the London Gazette, a written Noli/lea- 
lion of the Amount of an individual Share in each Clafs, 
under a Penalty of One Hundred Pounds for each Of- 
fence, nf which all Perfons concerned are requtjled to 
take Notice. William Alhby Latham, Paymajler. 

OFFICE FOR TAXES. SOMERSET- 
PLACE. January 10, 1804. 
T) Urfuant to an AH pajfed in the Forly-fecond Tear 
*■ of His prefer.t Majejly's Reign, Notice is hereby 
"iven. That the Price of Three per Centum Reduced 
Bar.h Annuities, fold at the Bank of England on this 
Day, "was £-Si and uneier £'.j6 per Centum. 
By Order oft he Commijfioners for the A/fairs of Taxes, 
Matthew Winter, Secretary. 

STATE LOTTERIES. 

Stamp-Office, Somcrfet-Place, Jao. 7, 1804. 

.JjIS Maje/ly's Commifjioners for managing the 

*-*■ Slamp-Du'.ies do hereby give Notice, that the foi- 

iovjiri? are the Perfons who are duly Ucenfed by them 

for felling Tickets in the prefent State-Lotteries: 

Eifli Thomas, No. 4, Cornhill.Ni). 9, Charing-Cmfs; Cities 

of Eilinbiirgli, Glouccflcr, and Rochelkr ; Towns of Man- 

clicflct, Margate, and Kinglloii-upon-HulL 

Branfcomb James, No. II, llolhorn.No. j;, Cornhill; Cities 

of E.nn'jurgli, Glouccftcr, Coventry, Norwicl-., Salilbury, 

Chidicfter, Chcrter, York, Bath, Briftul, Exeter, Wells, 

Winchcdcr, Worceflcr, Abcnlvcn, and Glafgow ; Towns 

of Reading, Birmingham, Bury St. Edmunds, Gofporr, 

Kln"(lon-upon-Hull, Lynn, Dumfries, Burton, Ncwaik, 

"Koithamplon, Portfca, Plymouth, Stamfor.l, Chatham, 

Beverley, Dorchefter, Dundee, Newport Pagnell, Newport, 

lllc of Wight, Sherborne, Weymouth, Wolverhampton, 

Brid'^cwatijr, Marllmrongh, Yarmouth, Liverpool, Lan-" 

carter, Ncwcaftle-uiwn-Tync, and Sl'rewrtjury. 

Brucklhaw John and Capcl John, Royal Exchange, Cornhill. 

Carroll John, No. 26, Oiford-SLrect, and Town of Man- 

cherter. 
Carter William, No. S.Chiring-Crofs. 
Downs Peter, No. 81, Newgale-Street. 
Drummond Alexander, No. 65, Flcet-Stre«t. 
' Harrifon Sarah and Brooke William, No. l.;7 Piccadilly. 
Haz*rd Robert, Burne Thomas, Warner Edward, Bumc Tho- 
mas the younger, and Wgrncr Thomas Courtcnay, Royal- 
Exchange, CornhllL 
Hodges Richard, No. 149, Oxford-Street, No. 44, St. Jamcs's- 
.Strcet;Cityof J.incoln ; Towns of Huntingdon, Notting- 
ham, Portimouth, Biighthelmrtone, Plymouth, and Dou- 
caOer. 
Hodges William, No. tJ7, Pail-Mall. 

Hornlby Thomas. CornhiU ; Cities of Canterbury, Chcrter, 
Exeter, Worceller, York, Coventry, Norwich, Bath, and 
Hereford; Towns of Southampton, Liverpool, Taunton, 
Lynn, Deif, Swanfea, Derby. Gofport, Maidrtone, Shaftf- 
hi.iy, Leeds, Wiibcach, Sheffield, Ncwcartlc-upoo-'I'yne, 
Lancaflcr, Birmingham. Kendal, and Plymouth. 
Jitrkfon Richard, Pope's Head Alley, CornhilL 
lohnfon John, Pope's I lead Alley, Corn^iilL 
"MartCT Edward, No. i. Great Piazia, CovcntiGarden. 
ISicboUbn William, No. 88, Corner of the Royal-buhangc, 



Cornhill ; City of Bath ; Towns of Leeds, Brecon, ani 
Ramigatc. 

Norton James and Norton J,Tmes,jun. City of Brirtol. 

Pope Simeon, No. ix, Cartlc-AUcy, Royal-Exehangc. 

Porter James, No. 14, Parliament Street. 

Richardio!! Peter, Goodlurk Elizabeth, and .'Vrnull Ccor(,'e, 
Cornhill and C'haring-C'rofs ; Cities of Norwich, Bath, 
Canterbury, Glouccrter, and Exeter; Towns of Notting- 
ham, Sherborne, Leiccfter, Mincherter, Colchcdcr, Liver- 
pol, Southampton, Reading, Poole, Leeds, Sliicwlbury 
Portlei, Kinglton-upon-Hull, Plymouth-Dock, Newcaftlc- 
upon-Tyne, Hadleigh. and Wakefield. 

Roberts Thomas, No. 8, Cornhill. 

Scott George, No. 75, New Boud-Street. 

Stewart John, No. 121, Oxford-Street. 

Swift Thomas, and Gandon John, Ponltn' ; Cities of Brirtol, 
Cante'rbury, Chichcrter, Norwich, Bath, Glouccrter, York, 
and GlaTgow ; 'I'owns of Birminghanr, Liverpool, Leeds, 
Windfor, Derby, Shellicld, LeicelKr, Newcaftle-upon- 
Tync, Kingrton-upon-Ilull, StamforJ.Whilehavcn, Man- 
cherter,and Ipfwich. 

I'homfon John, and Giles Arthur, City of Edinburgh, 

Turner George, Ko. 59, Billiopfgate-Strcct. 

White Johh, and Forrert Daniel, City of Edinburgh. 

By the Acl of ^^d Geo. 3. ch.()\. ft is enaSed, that 
no Perfonjhall keep an Ojfice for dealing in Tickets and 
Shares, without having Jirjl obtained a Licence for 
that Purpofe. 

By the fame ^8 it is ena3ed, that all Tickets de- 
pnfited with the Receiver- General of this Revenue for 
the Purpofe of being fold into Shares, and which [hall 
be drawn Prizes of 50 /. or under, Jhall remain Three 
Days, and all Prizes of 100/. and upwards, J}iall 
remain Fourteen Days in this Office after the fame Jhall 
be drawn, in order that the Share Holders may have 
Time to give Notice to the faid Receiver- General, not lo 
deliver juch Prize Tickets oul of his Cu/lody until the 
Shares are paid or falisfied. 

And that no Receipt for any Tiriet depo/ited as 
aforefaid, Jhall be transferable, nnr the Interejl or Pro- 
perty therein ajfignable in any Manner 'wbatfoever. 
By Order of the Commijfioners, 

C. E. Bcresford, Secretary. 

Admiralty-Ofuce, December 16, 1803. 
l\70licc is hereby given, that a Sejfwn of Oyer and 
Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the Trial of Of- 
fences committed on the High Seas, tvilhin the Jurif- 
diSion of the Admiralty of England, will be held at 
fuJlice-Hall, in the Old Bailey, London, on Friday 
'he 20th of 'January next, at Eight o'Clock in the 



the 
Morning. 



Evan Nepean. 



Notice is hereby given, th.it the Partnerdiip carried on 
at Stanley, in the Parilh of Higley, and County of 
Salop, between John 'i'hompibn, of Lye-Hall, and John 
Hazledine, of BriJgenorth, under the Firm of John 'I'homp- 
fon and John Hazledine, Co:il- Mailers, was dillolved by mu- 
tual Confent on the 6th Day of May lall pall ; As witncfs 
our Hands this Jlrt Day of JJcccmbcr 180.I, 

jfohn Thompfon. 
' John Hazledine. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Copartncrfliip lately 
fubfirting between Samuel Fletcher and Samuel Shar- 
ratt, both of Walfall, in the County of Staltord, S.idlers" 
Ironmongers, trading under the Firm of Fletflier and Shar- 
ratt, was dilTolvcd on the 3irt Day of December lall by mu- 
tual Confent. All Claims and Demands upon the faid Co- 
partneriliip will be paid by the faid Samuel Fletcher, .it his 
Warehoufe in St. George-Street, in Wjlfall, where the 'I'rade 
will continue to he carried on by him as ufual: Witncls out 
Hands this id Day of January 1804, 

Sam. Fletcher. 
Sara. Shnrralt. 



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Notice Is hereby given, that the Copartner(hip between 
Eleazer Wilkini'on and Alexander Sibbald, of Nm. i8, 
Wapping-Street, in the County of Middlefex, Slopfellers, is 
this Day difTolved by mutual Confent ; and that the Bufinels 
will be carried on at the fame Place by the faid Alexander 
Sibbald to liis fole Credit and Benc6t. Dated this id Day of 
January 1804. Eleazer IVilhlnfon. 

A. Sibbald. 

Bridol, December a6, 1803. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partncrlhip Trade or 
Concern of Tobacconifts and Snuffrnakcrs, carried on 
by Abraham WIgginton, William Jones, and Oliver Mor- 
gan, in the City of Briftol, expired, and was difTolved on and 
from the 3 tit Day of December 1799. 

John Hartnell, 
Adminiftrator of Abraham Wigginton, 
deccafed. 

W. Jones. 
Oliver Morgan. 

London, December 31, 1803. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerfhip in Bufmefs 
carried on by James Roxburgh, Alexander M'Kean, 
and Archibald M'Kean, under the Firm of James Roxburgh 
and Co. ceafed on the 25th July i8o2, in fo far as the faid 
Alexander M'Kean was concerned. 

James Roxburgh. 
Alex. M'Kean. 
Arch. M'Kean. 

Pontefraft, December 31, 1803. 

THE Partnerfhip carried on at Pontefraift, in the County 
of York, by Edward Trucman and Samuel Rufliy, 
\^''ine and Spirit Merchants, is this Day diflolved. All Ac- 
counts with tlie Partnerfhip arc defired to be immediately 
clofed with either of the Parties; and in future the Bufmefs 
will be carried on by the laid Edward Trucman feparatcly. 

Edit). Trueman. 
Sam. Rujby. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerfhip heretofore 
carried on by William Axlbn and John Williamfon, as 
Cotton-Manufafturers, under the Firm of William Axfon 
and Co. was this Day dilTolved by mutual Confent. All 
Debts owing to and from the faid Partnerfhip will be received 
and paid at their Warehoufe, No. 9, Pall Mall, Manchefler. 
Dated this zjth July 1803. IVm. Axfon. 

jfohn WitHamfon. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerfhip heretofore 
carried on by James Taylor and George Williamfon, 
of Mancherter, as Fuftian-Manufafturers, under the Firm of 
James Taylor and Co. was difTolved by mutual Confent the 
3ifl Day of May 1802. All Debts due and owing to the 
laid Concern will be received and paid by the faid James 
Taylor: As witnefs our Hands this 19th Day of December 
1803, James Taylor. 

Geo. Williamfon. 

Liverpool, January 5, 1804. 

THE Partnerfhip heretofore carried on in Liverpool, in 
the County of Lancafter, by us the undcrfigncd, as 
Merchants, under the Firm of Richards and Edwards, was 
this Day difTolved by mutual Confent : As witnefs our Hands, 

John Richards. 
Richard Edwards. 
Thomas Edwards. 

SALVAGE. 

Cuftom-Houfe, Leigh, Jan. 2, 1804. 
"\yfjrHereas the Ship Alexander, of Norfolk, in Virginia, 
VV lollies King, Mailer, on a Voyage from Norfolk 
aforefaid to London, was wrecked, flranded, or cafl afhore 
in the Limits of the Port of Leigh, all Perfons having any 
Claim or Demand on the faid .Ship or her Cargo, for Salvage, 
or otherwife, are hereby required to take Notice, that His 
Wajcliy's Jufliees of the Peace for the County of Effcx will 
aflemLlc at the Hotel on the Terrace at South-End, in the 
iaid County, on Tuefday the 24th Day of January iiillant, at 



Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, to hear and adjuft all fuch 
Claims as are cognizable by them ; when and where all Per- 
fon.s having any Claim or Demand on the faid Ship or her 
Cargo, are required to attend and make good the fame, 
otherwife they will be excluded from all Benefit arifnig 
therefrom. JOHN LOTEN, CoUeftor. 

MATTHEW CONSETT, Agent and 
Conlignee , London. 

IRISH LIFE ANNUITIES, 
With Benefit of Survivorfhip. 

Notice is hereby given, that Payment of the Half. 
Yearly Dividends due at Chrillmas lafl, together with 
all Arrears due to that Period, will commence at the Houfe 
of MefTrs. Boldero and Co. No. 30, Cornhiil, on Tuefda^' 
the 17th Day of January inflant, from which Day the Office 
will continue open for Payment of the fame, i. nm tlic 
Hour of Ten in the Forenoon to the Hour of Two i.i the 
Afternoon, on every Tuefday, Wednefday, Thurfday, and 
Friday. 

The Debentures are to he produced, and alfo a Certificate 
of the Life of the Nominee, otherwife a perfonal Appear- 
ance of the Nominee will be required ; and it is particularly 
rcquefled that on the Demife of the Nominee, the Debentures 
may be delivered in to be tranfmitted to Ireland, to render 
the Lifts of Deaths complete, for the future Benefit and Re- 
gulation of each Clafs : And as it is expedient that the 
eailieft Information fhould be obtained of the Occurrences 
which affefl a Rcverfionary Propeity, where fo many Indi- 
viduals are concerned, it is further requefled of all Perfons 
who. may difcoverany Fraud or Impofition on thefe Annuities, 
to give Notice thereof, with all convenient Speed, at MeflTrs: 
Boldero *s and Co. 

The PubUc are requefled to take Notice, that, by the Aft 
of Parliament providing fv)r the Payment of thefe Annuittes, 
all Perfons neglcftiiig to demand t!ie iame for the Space of 
Three Years, fhall for ever lofe and forfeit the fame, as if his 
or her refpeflive Nominees had been dead at the Commence- 
ment of the faid 'I'hree Yeats.- 

Durham, January ->, 1S04, 

WHereas George Mowbray, late of Miln-Houfes, near 
Stanhope, in the County of Durham, Gentleman, 
died on the 2d Day of March 1797, having by his Will 
given his Real and Perfonal Ellates in Trufl for his Brother 
William Mowbray for Life, with Remainder in Trufl for 
the Children ol his faid Brother, and declared, that if his 
faid Brother, or any illiie of Iiis Body, lliould not within 
Seven Years after the faid Teftator's Death appear and claim 
the faid Eflates, then the fame Ihould be upon other Trulls; 
and he appointed John Starforth, of Durham, Woollen-Ma- 
nufacturer, and Gilbert Starforth, his Son, Executors, of the 
faid Will, wlio have proved the fame in the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury : Now, therefore, the faid William 
Mowbiay and his Illue (if any,) are hereby required per* 
fonally to appear and claim the laid Real an.l Perfonal 
Eftates, otherwife they will be excluded from taking any In- 
terefl therein. 

HEIR AT LAW WANTED. 

Mancheller, January 4, 1804. 
LL Perfons claiming to be Heir at Law of Daniel 

Shclmcrdine, late of Ardwick, in the County of Lan- 

fter. Gentleman, who lately died fcil'ed of certain Ellates 
purchafed after the Date of his Will, are requelicd to leave 
a full Statement of their Relationlhip to the deccafed, at the 
Office of Mr. Barrett, Attorney at Law, Mancheller. 

Notice to the Crcditois of Mr. William Denn. 

ALL Perfons having any Claim or Demand on the Ef- 
tatc and Elfecftsof Mr. William Denn, late of Port pool- 
Lane, in the County of Middlefcx, Brewer, decealed, are 
dtllred to fend an Account thereof to Mr. Liagrave, Solicitor, 
N0.9, Salifbury-Strect, Strand, in order that a Difbibution 
of the Eliatc and EfTe«fts of the faid William Denn, may be 
made amongll his Creditors, purfuant to a certain Indenture 
of Allignment, bearing Date the24ch Day of July 1801. 

' I 'O be fold, purfuant to a Decree of the High Court of 
X Chancery, made in a Caule Addy againfl Oris, before 
John Spranger, Efquire, one of the Mailers of the laid Court, 
at the Public Sale Room of the Court of'Chanccry, in South- 
ampton-Buildings, Chancery-Lane, London, in One Lot, 



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-A dcCnible Farm,- (Part FreelioU »nd Pirt Copyl-.oldJ I 
r.laatc at Marlham, in the County of Norfolk, near the 
Turn^iike Roid from Norwich to Aylcftiiim, and diflant 
about Nins: Mites from Norwich. 

Particulars whereof may be had (jratis) of Mr. Eaker, 
Solicitot, Church-Row, I.imchoufe; and at No. 5, Nichulai- 
Lanc, LomliaiH-Sirect, Ix>ndon ; of Mr. Wymcr, Solicitor, 
Keephants Norfolk ; of the Tenant, who will Ihew the Ef- 
tate; and after the 15th Day of January inftant,) at the 
l'«id Mafler's Cliambcrs, in Southampton-Buildings aforcfaiil. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Comniilfiou of Banknipt awarded and itTued apainrt 
William Thomas of Whitby, in the County of York, Lincn- 
Praptr, Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, arc dcGrcd to meet 
^e Afiignecs of ike faid Bankrupt's Eftate and UfTefts, on 
Thurl"day the I9lh Day of January inlhnt. at Three in the 
Aftemoo*!, at the Houle of Mrs. Ann Milthell, the Sign 
of the Sycamore Tree, in the Minder Yard, in tlie City of 
York, to alfent to or dWent from the laid AdlRnees coin- 
mencirjj profecuting, or defending any Suit or Snits at l<aw 
ur in Equity for the Recovery of any Part of tlie laid 
Bankrupt's Eftate and E/t'cOs; or to the compounding, Cub- 
mitting to Arbitration, or olhcrwifc agreeing any Matter 
or rh::-.g relating thereto; and particularly to alTent to or 
diffent from the faid Artignees commencing an Action at 
Law aj-iinrt the Chief BaililTof tlic Liberty of Whitby, and 
oth'r P-rfons, for recovering certain Goods and Erf'efls of 
the faid Bankrupt feizcd and fold under or by virtue of a 
Writ of Fieri Facias, and alfo to alfrnt to or dill'ent from 
the faid AHignces paying certain Wages due from tlie laid 
iianki^pt. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commiffion of Bankrupt awarded and ifllicd againll 
William Tolley, of Dudley, in the County of Worccflcr, 
VjtHnllei, Dealer and Chapman, are dcfired to meet the 
.Afiignees rf the Eftate and Effefts of the faid Bankrupt, 
on Satuid.iy the 14th of January inftant, at Eleven o'clock 
in the yorenoon, at the Dudley's Arms Inn, in Dudley 
.iforeiaid, in order to allent to or dillent from the faid Af- 
ftynees commencing, profccuting, or defending, any .Suit or 
Suits at Law or in Equity for Recovery of any Part of the 
Eftate and EfTefts of the faid Banknipt; or to the com- 
pounding, fubmitting to -■Arbitration, or othcrwife agreeing 
»ny Matter or Thing relative thereto; and on other I'pccial 
Affairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
CommiiTion of Bankrupt awarded and iiUicd forth 
againft Benjamin Tahart, of BonJ-.Street, in the County of 
Middlcfex, Bookfelltr, Dealer and Chapman, arc delircd to 
meet the .\ifignecs of the faid Bankrupt's Eftate and ElTefls, 
on Tuefday the 17th Day of this inftant January, at Twelve 
o'clock at Noon, at the Chapter CoH'ec-Houfe, in Pater- 
• norter-Row, in the City of l.ondon, in order to confider of 
and determine OD the Propriety of the faid Aftignees defending 
;i certain Suit inftituted in the High Court of Chancery by 
James Marlhall and Francis Regnivr againft the faid Bank- 
rupt, and proceeding to a Hearing thereof; or of the faid 
AfTignecs referring the fubjcO Matter of the faid Suit to 
-Arbitration ; and on other fpecial Affairs. 

THE Crtditors who have pro»«d their Dehfi under a 
Commilfion of Bankrupt, awjrd-d and iliiied rigainft 
William Stnnty and John .Smith, ol Leeds, in th. C.mnly of 
York,(;roccrs, CopattntP! in 1'r.ide, Dialers and Chapniin, 
.re defiretl to meet the Aftignees of lie Eflate and Eti'tOi 
.of the faid Bankrupts on Wednefday the i;th Day of Ja- 
niury inftant, prreilrly at Six o't'lnrk in the .Afternoon, »t 
»he Houfe of William Ward, the Bidl and Nt"uth Inn, in 
t.cedi aliirtfaid, in older to aflint to or dillmt from the 
Alfignees commcnring, proi'trnting, or defending any Suii 
or .'iiriTs in Law or I>(uity for Ktco»»ry of anv Pait of the 
{aid Bankrupt's Eftate and Eif'^ts; or to i'ubmitting to 
Artiitratiun, or othtrwife agriting -^ny Matter or Thing 
relating theicto; and on other fpecul AiTaiis. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commiffion of Bankrupt av»ard<d and illiied againft 
fraoeis FrankUnd, of Cheapfide, l.ondon, Watihoulenun, 
are defircd to meet the Aflignces of the F.ftate and i Iteiti 
ctf the faid fiaoknipt, at tkc Bridg«watt.r Arms, in M«iv- 



chcfter, en Tuefday the l7tK Day of January inftant, at 
Half-paft Three o'clock in the Afternoon, in order to 3ft"cnt 
to or dilTcnt from certain Propofals made to the -AfTignees 
by Thomas Corle;t, of Friday-Street, London, and to autho- 
rife ti.e faid Allignees, in cafe fucli Propofals In; dillented to, 
to enter into, and conclude inch Negociation with the faid 
Thomas Corlett, relative to the Matters in quoftion as they, 
the faid Aflignees may think proper; and on other fpecial 
A (fairs. 

THE Credltois ivV.s have proved their Debts under a 
Commiflion of Bankrupt awarded and ilfued againft 
Thomas Bradnock, of Walfall, in the County of Stalfoid, 
Sadler, Ironmonger, Dealer and Chapman, (a Bankrupt,; 
arc defired to meet the Aftigr.eeS of the faid Bankrupt's 
Eftate and Elfeas on 'WcdneiJay the lit Djf of February 
next, at Eleven in the Foronoon, at the OiTicuof Mr. Jetlon, 
Solicitor, ill Walfjill, to ilfent to or diifcnt from the faid 
Allignees coniincnrii;g, profecuttng, or defending any Suit or 
Snits in Law or in Eijiilty for Recovery of any Part or Parts 
of tlie.tiiid Bankrupt's Eftate and Effefts ; or to the (Jtm- 
pounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, or otherwil'e agreeing 
any Matter or Thing relating tlieutto ; and alio to determine 
upon and BiHhiirife the Conduit to be adoptid by the faid 
Aftignees relating to and conceining certain Mortgages, Af- 
fignmcnts and Conveyances, in Truft to fell, aud other Liens 
claimed to be Charges affefting the real F.ftates of the faid 
Bankrupt ; and on other fpecial AtTairs of thij Bankruptcy. 

THE Cieditors who haTC proved their Debts under t 
Commiffion of Bar.krupt av.arded and ilUied forth 
againft Richard Langfton, of Crofs-Screet, in the County of 
Cheftcr, and Michael Gafney, of Cheetwood near Manthef- 
ter, in the County of Lancaftcr, Cotton-Mcichants, Dealers, 
Chapmen, and Copartners, (carrying on Bulinci's at Alan- 
chefter aforefaid, under the Firm of Langfton and Gafrcy, 
and in the City of London, under tlie Firm of Ricliard 
Langfton and Co.) arc defned to meet the Allignees of the 
faid Bankrupts' Eftate and Elfcas on Monday the l6tli Day 
of January inftant, at Eleven o'clock in tlic Forenoon, at 
the Star-Inn, in Manchefter, in 01 Jcr to aiJcnt to or dilTent 
from the laid Allignees e.«cuting the Letter of Licence, or 
other Deed or Inftrumcnt made between .Mellrs. Scott, Oaf-' 
ijuoine, and Butler, of Manchefter aforefaid, Cotton-Spin- 
ners, and tlie Cieditors of the faid Mcii'rs. Scott, Gjfquoine, 
and Butler, or oiheiwifi: compounding and taking lef; t\y*n 
the Whole of the Debt owing by tholhid Scott, Gafquuine, 
and Butler to the Eftate of the laid Banl;rupts; and alfo to 
alfent to or diftent from the faid Aftignecs commencing, 
profccuting, or defending any Suit or Suits at I^aw or in 
Equity for Recovery of any Part of the faid Bankrupts' 
Kliate and EtPec'ts; and alfo to their compounding, fubmit- 
ting to Arliitration, or othcrwife agreeing any Matter or 
Fhing relating thereto ; and on other fpecial Atfairs. 

THE Creditors of Fi-ancis Gilding, late of Alderfgatc- 
Street, London, Cabincl-Maker, Upholder, Dealer and 
Chapman, againft whom a CommiiTion of Bankrupt hath 
been awarded and iftiied, are defircd to meet at Mcllis. 
Quincey, Banner, and Sparks, the late AfTgrees of the faid 
Bankrupt's E'ftate and EH't^ts, on Thurlday the nth Day 
of Janu.iry inftant, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon prtcil'ely, 
at the City Coifte-Houfe, Chcapfide, Londnii, in order to 
alltnt to or di.'lcnt from their being allowed in thtir Ac- 
counts with the prefent Alfignets of the I'ai.l Bankrupt's F.f- 
tate the Sum (.f J4I, 8s. gd. being I'o much paid or ililburled 
by Ml. David Bruce, on Account of the nid Bankrupt's FT- 
late and F^rieds previous 10 the ilfuing of the Coniniidlon ; 
and alfo to alfent to or dillent from the faiii late Allignees 
being allr>wcd in their fau! .Account with the prtfent Af- 
ligneis of the faid Eanlinipt'., F.ftate anil I'rfctts the Snm of 
120I. tieing the Value of reitain .\iticles of IloulVhold Fur- 
niture which the late AiTignres perniitte<l l!;e faid Francis 
Gilding to take to his o*ii I'fc ; and on other l^iecial Af- 
fairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved thrir Debts under a 
Commi'.lion of bankrupt awarded and iftiied forth 
ajjainll Jot'efh Sheriff", of Blarkfriars-I^oad, in the County 
of Surrcv, Linen-Diaper, Dealer and Chapman, aic dcfirid 
to meet the Affignees of the laid Bankrupt's Eftate .-.idl 
Efft^Is on i'Unrfday oc»t, liic lUh of January inftant, at' 



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Twelve o'clock at Noon, at the Office of Mr. Adams, in the 
Old Jewn-, to alPent to or dilfent from the laid AI(iKm;cs 
felHng and dlfporm;^ of the Houfchold Furniture, Stock in 
■Trade, and other jiffcfts belonging to the laid Banltrupt, 
or any Part thereof, either by private or public Sale, as the 
laid AfTignees Ihall think moll beneficial ; and alio to alTent 
to or dilFent from the laid AHignees commencing, defend- 
ing, and prolecuting any Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity, 
for the Recovery ot any Part of the faid Bankiupt's lirtate 
and Elfefts; and to compounding, fubmitting to Arbitra- 
tion, or otherwife agreeing any Matter or Thing relative 
thereto ; and on other Ipccial Affairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Corn- 
million of Bankrupt awarded and iflbed forth againft 
Mark Noble, of Narrow Wall, Lambeth, in the County of 
Surrey, Merchant, Iron-Founder, Dealer and Chapman, are 
defired to meet the AlTignees of the laid Bankrupt's Ellatc 
and Effects, on Thurfday the I2th Day of January inftant, 
at Twelve o'clock at Noon, at the York Hotel, New Bridge 
Street, Blackfriars, to alfent to or diirent from the faid Al- 
fignees felling or difpofing of the Freehold and Leaiehold 
Eftates of the faid Bankrupt, confiHing of an Iron Foundry, 
a Brewery, fundry MelTuages, and fevcril Ships or Vcllels, 
or any Part thereof, either by public Sale or private Con- 
trafl, as the faid Adlgnees ihall think moft beneficial; and 
alfo to confider whether the laid Aflignees Ihall, if nccelTary 
for the better Sale thereof, accept the perfonal Security ot 
fuch Perfons as they Ihall approve for the Payment of tlie 
Money, or any Part thereof, for which fuch Freehold and 
Leafehold Ellates, and Ships or Veflels (hall be fold; and 
alfo to aflent to or dilfent from the faid AlTignees felling or 
difpofing of the Houfchold Furniture, Stock in Trade, and 
other EfTefls of the faid Bankrupt, in fuch Manner as they 
fliall think mod proper and beneficial for the faid Bankrupt's 
Eilate ; and alio to alfent to or diffent from the faid Alfig- 
nees commencing, profecuting, or defending any Suit or 
Suits at Law or in Equity for the Recovery or Proteflion 
of any Part of the laid Bankrupt's Eftatc and Effefts, or to 
the compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, or otherv\'ife 
agreeing to any Matter or Thing relative thereto ; and on 
other fpecial Affairs. 

PUrfuant to an Order made by the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon,Lord High Chancellor of Great Biitain, for 
Enlarging the Time for Jofeph Weft the Younger, late 
of Charles-Street, Covent-Garden, in the County of Mid- 
dlefex, Taylor, (a Bankrupt,) to furrender himfclf and 
make a full Difcovery and Difclofure of his Eftate and 
Effects, for Forty-nine Days, to be computed from the 
7th Day of January inftant ; This is to give Notice, that 
the Commidioners in the faid Commilhon named and au- 
thorifed, or the major Part of them, intend to meet on the 
ftjth Day of February next, at Ten of the Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London ; where the f.i d Bank- 
rupt is required to lurrcnder himfelf between the Hojrs of 
Eleven and One o'clock of the fame Day, and make a full 
Difcovei7 and Difclofure of his Eftate and Elfefts, and finilh 
his Examination ; and the Creditors who have not already 
proved their Debts, may then and there come and prove tlie 
fame, and allint to or dillcnt from the Allowance of his 
Certi6cate. 

PUrfuant to an Order made by the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, for 
Enlarging the Time for Jofeph Wheeler, of Biackheath, 
in the County of Kent, Miller, (a Bankrupt,) to lurrcnder 
himfelf and make a full Difcovery and Difclofure of his El- 
tate and Effedts, for Fourteen Days, to be computed from 
the lOth Inftant ; This is to give Notice, that the Commil- 
fioqers in the laid CommilTion named aad authoriltd, or the 
major Part of them, intend to meet on tlie 24th of January 
inftant, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, 
where the faid Banknipt is required to furiender hiinl'clf 
between the Hours of Eleven and One of the lame Day, and 
make a full Difcovery and Difclofure of his Eftate and 
Etfe(Ss, and finilh his Examination, and the Creditors, who 
have not already proved their Debts, may then and there 
come and prove the fame, and aiVent to or dillcnt from the 
Allowance of his Ceitificate. 

WHercas a CommilCon of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfued forth againft Tliomas Everett and Joliiph 
EiOiop, late of Wells, in the County of Norfolk, Ship- | 



Builders and Copartners, and they being declared Bankmpti 
are hereby required to furrender thenifelves to the Com- 
milTioners in the faid Commillion named, or the major Part 
of them, on the 14th ajul a4th Days of Jannary inftant, 
and on the 2ift Day of February next, at 'Fen in the 
Forenoon on each Day, at Guildhall, London, and make 
a full Difcovery and Dilcloliire of their Eftate and Ef- 
fects; when and where the Creditors arc to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chtile 
A ITignees, and at the Laft Sitting the l^iid Bankrupts aje re- 
quired to finilh their Examination, and the Creditors are to 
allent to or dillent liom the Allowance of their Certiticali.. 
All Perfons indebted to the faid Bankrupts, or that have 
any of their Etfe£ts, are not to pay or deliver the lame but 
to wiiom the Commillipners Ihall apjjoint, but give Notice 
to Mellh. A. and E. Ifaacs, George-Street, Minorics. 

WHereas a CommiUlon of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iftiied forth againft James Axl'un, of Mancheftci', 
in the County of Lancafter, Calico Manufa(^urcr, Dealer and 
Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrujit is hereby re- 
quired to fiinender himfelf to the Commillioiiers in the liiid 
Comniiflion named, or the major Part of tluni, on the 25tU 
and 26th Days of January' inftant. and on the zift of Fe- 
bruary next, at Three in the Afternoon on each Day, 
at the Star Inn, in Mancbeftcr aforelaid, and make 
a full Difcovery and Dilclol'ure of his Eftate and Elll-fts ; 
when and where the Crctliturs are to come piepaied to pi'ove 
their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chuie Allignecs, 
and at the I. aft Sitting the laid ll.mkrupt is required to 
finilh his Examination, and the Creditors are to allent to or 
dilliint from the Allowance of his Ccitihcrle. All Perfons 
indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his 
Effects, are not to pay or deliver the Ibnre but to whom 
the ComniilTioners fliall appoint, but give Notice to IV'ir. 
Johnfon, Attorney, in Manchefter, or Mi. Ellis, Curfitor- 
Street. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
illued forth agninft William Haiell, lace of Raml- 
bury, in the County of Wilts, Mealman, Dealer and Chap- 
man, and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to 
furrender himfclf to the Commilljoners in the laid Oommif- 
fion named, or the major Part of tliem, on the 19th and 
20th of January inftant, and on the 2iit of February next, 
at 'Fen in the Forenoon on each of the laid Days, at the 
Bleeding Horfe Inn, in Ramlbury aforelaid, and make afuU 
Difcovery and Difclofure of his Eftate and Etfedts ;■ when 
and vvhere the Creditors are t6 come prepared to -prove thcit 
Debts, and at the Second Sitting to cbule Allignces, and at 
the Laft Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to Hnilh 
his Examination, and the Crtditois are to alTent to or diileftt 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Peilbns in- 
tlcbted to the liiid Bankrupt, or thai have any of his Elilfts, 
are not to pay or deliver the fame, but to whom the Com- 
milfiuners Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mtllrs. Price 
and Williams, Old-Buildings, ijncoln's-Inn, London, or Mr. 
Bennett, .'Vttorney, at Ramlbury afoicfaid, Solicitor to the 
faid Commifhon. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Baf:l<nipt is awarded and 
iflued forth againft Lewis Kol)crts, 01 Blanavan, 
in the Parilh of 'Fravath'an, in the County of Monmouth, 
'Fimber Merchant, Dealer and Chaj)nian, and he being de- 
clared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furrender himfclf 
to the Coinmiflioners in the laid Commillion named, or rhe 
major Part of them, on the l/lh of January inftant, and on 
the 4th and 2iff of February next, at 'fen in the Forc- 
^loon on each of the faij Days, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Difcovery and Difclol'uic of his Eftate and Ef- 
fc<^s ; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chooie 
Aflignees, and at the Laft Sitting the faid Ban.krupt is re- 
quired to finifli his Examination, and the Creditors arc to 
allc;nt to or dillent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 
All Perfons indebted to the laid Bankrupt, or that have any 
of his Effedls, are not to pay or deliver the lame but to whom 
the CommilTioners fhall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. 
Shcrwin, Great Jamss Street, BcJioid.4?.0w, London, 

rHE CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ilFucd forth againft John May Evans, of 
U;ipcr Ground-Street, in the County of .Surrey, Builder 



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inttnJ to r:i;ct or. the I9lh Thy of January inftant, at 
eleven of the Ciock in the Foicnooii, at Guildhall, l.jn- 
flon, to proceed to the Choice of an Allijjiicc or Aftignces 
of the £(1atc and ElTcds of ihK laid Bankrupt, in llic 
iloom and Stead of the late AfTigiicts, dcccafcd ; when and 
Avhcre the Crcditois whcJiivc not ilreafiy proved their Uchts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, and, with tliofe 
who hare proved tlicir Jlebts, are to vote in luch Choice 
accosdinsly. 

THli CoDiniifiioncrs in a Coinmillion ofi Bankrupt 
awarded and ilTued forth i;.;.iinll Ann FavniLr lini- 
rowes, of Middle-Row, Holhorn, in the County of jMid- 
dkiii, Haherdallier, Milliner, and Chapwinnan, in'eUil 
to meet on the 14th of January inllict, at Ten o'clock 
in the l*orent>un, at (>uildhall, l.ondtin, (hy Adjournment 
-from the l7Lh of December lall,) to take the l.all Ixaniin- 
ation of the uid Bankrupt; when and where (he is reiiitl'ed 
to furrender herfelf, and make a full DilHoliirc ami I'ii- 
covcr)' of her KItate and Krfeflf, and .finiih her Examina- 
tion, and the Cieditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, ate to come prepared to prove tfie faiue* and, with 
■thofe who have proved tlicir Uelits, allenl lo or dillent from 
the Allowance of her Certificate. 

ry H E Commifnoncrs in a Commifllon of Rankrupt 
\^ awaided and ill'ucd forth ajjainll James Monceilh and 
James Sequira, late of f'tr.icichurcli-.'^lreet, in the City of 
London, Druggilh, Chcmilts, and Copartners, Dealers, and 
Chaj^mcn, intend to meet on the J7rh of January inltant, at 
Ten in the Forenoon, at nuilJliall, l.ondoi;, (by Adjournment 
from the 7th Inltant,) to take the I.afl Tiiamination of the 
faid Bankrupts; when and where they are required to fur- 
render thcmfelves and make a full Dilcovery and Difclofure 
of their Eftate and Effects, and fiiiilli their Examination, 
and the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, and, with thm'e who 
have already proved their Debts, adent to or dillent from the 
Allowance of their Certificates. 

TH E CommilTioners in a tommiflion of Bankrupt 
awerded and ilTued forth againll James Inglis, late 
of Billiter-Squaie, in the City of London, Merchant, but 
now of the Uland of Jamaica, in America, Merchant, in- 
tend to meet on the 17th Day of January inftant, at Eleven 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (pur- 
liiant to an Order of the Lord High Ciiancellor of Great 
Britain,) in order to take the Lal> Examination of the 
iaid Bankrupt ; when and where he is required to fur- 
render himfclf, and make a lull Ditcovtry and Dilclolurc 
of his F.lfatc and Effects, and finilh his Examination ; and 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared tp prove the fame, and, with thofe who 
have proved their Debts', allent to or dilRnt from the Al- 
lowance of his Certificate. 

THE ComniiHioners in a C'ommiffion of Bankrupt 
awarded and illiied forth againft William IVaiee, late 
of Bunhill-Row, in the County of Middlefex, ViifUi.iller,_ 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the Jill of Januaiy 
inliant, at Eleven in the Forenoon, iit Guildhall, London, (by 
Adjouinment from the "th Inliant,) in order to take the 
Lall Examination of the faid Bankrupt; when and wlure 
J>e IS rt<|uircd to iijrrciider hinifelf and make a lull Dil- 
covery and Dilclofurc of his Ellatc and F^ri'etts, and linilli 
hit Examination ; and the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Deht^, are to come prepaied to prove the 
fame, iud, witl\ thofe who have proved their Debts, allenl 
toordiliont from the .Mlowancc of hi» t.'citificate. 

' l^* H E CommilTioners in a Commilfion of Bankrupt 
X awarded and ilUied forth againll J-'hn Robeit Sherman, 
of Innram-Court, Fenchurch-itrtet, in the City of London, 
Ship-'uwner, Broker, De;jler and Cliapman, intend to meet 
the 14th Day of Januaiy inliant, at Ten of the Clock in 
the Forcno<m, at Guildl.al|, London, in order to receive the 
Proof of a Debt under the liiid Conimillion. 

TH E C'ommiHinners in a Commillion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ifliicd forth 3;;ainll Robeit Wallas, of 
King-Street, London, Wholefalc Lincn-Drapcr, Fi6or, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the IJlh of Ja- 
nuary inflant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at Guild- 



hjll, I ondon, in order to receive the Proof of Dcbti under 
the faid Commilltoii. 

TM F" Commidioners in a Commillion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 3d Day of June 1803, awarded and 
illucd forth againll Peter Dubbledimuts Van Dyck, Arnold 
John Geveis Leuven, and V^ynand Adiiaen de GruiterVink, 
late of the Circus, in the Minoiies, in the City of London, 
IVIerchants, Dealers, and Cliapmen, and Copartners, (trading 
under the firm of Van Dyck, Gevers, and Co.) intend 
to meet on the loth of March next, at Ten of the Clock in 
the l*t>icnoon, at Guildhall, Loiulon, in order to make a 
Dividend of the Joint Eflate and EH"e(ts of the laid Bank- 
rupts ; when and where the Joint Cieditors, who Ikivc not 
already [iroved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove 
the I'aiiie," or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid 
Dividend. -Vnd all Claims nut thm proved will be tlifal- 
lowed. 

TH E CommilTioners in n CommilTinu of Bankrupt, 
bearing l>ate the .^d Day of June 1803, awarded and 
ifTucd forth againll Peter Dubbledemuts Van Dyck, Arnold 
John Gevers Lenveii, and Wviiaiul Adriaen de Gruiter Vink, 
late of the Circus, in the Minories, in the City of London, 
Merchants, Dealers, Chapmen, and Co|>artners, (tiadinj^ 
under the Firm of \'an Dyck, Gevers, and Co.) intend to 
meet on the nil of Alarcli next, at Ten in the F'orenoon, at 
Guildhall, London, to make a Dividend of tlie Separate y.f- 
taie and Fllcfls of the faid Arnold John Gevers Leuveu 
and Wynand Adrian de Gruiter Vink; when and where 
the Se))aratc Credit<>r6, who have not already proved thei* 
Debts are to come prepared to jirove the fame, or tires' 
will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And M 
Claims not then proved will be dil'allowed. 

'"r'HE Commilfioners in a Commilfion of Bankrupt, 
X bearing Date the 5th of February 1801, awarded 
and idiied foith againll Richard Beaumont and Stephen 
Vickerman, of Healey Butts, in South Crolland, in the Parilh 
of Almondburv-.in the County of York, Clothiers and Copart- 
ners along with one William Beaumont, intend to meet on 
the 2d of February next, ot Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, 
at (he Hoiil'e of Mr. Abraham Beaumont, the Packlvorfe 
Inn, in Huddersficld, in the faid County, to make a 
Dividend of the Ellate and Fltfe^s of the faid Bank- 
rupts ; when and where the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Delits, are to come prepared to prove the 
fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the laid 
Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be dilai- 
lowtd. 

THE ConuuiHioners in a Commillron of Bankru]>t, bear- 
ing Dale the ijtii Day of Anguit i8ot, iiwardid 
and illiied forth atT'Onll William Beanmunt, late of Healey 
Buttj, in South Crolland, in the Parilh of Almondliury, in 
the Coui'ty of York, Clothier and Ci>p,illner along with 
Richard Beaumont and Stephen Vickerman, intend tw meet 
on the 2d Day of I'ebruary next, at Ten o'CUuk in tlie 
Forenoon, at the Huul'c of Mr. Abiahain Beaumont, the 
Packhorfe Inn, in Huddersficld, in the laid County of 
Yolk, in Older to make a Final Dividend of the f.i- 
tate ami KIkYts of the I'lid Bankiupt ; \\ hen and wlieie 
the Creditors, who have not already pii>vevl tbeii Debts, 
are to come jn'epared to piovt the lame, or they v,ill be ex- 
eluded the Benefit of the laid DivitknJ. Ami all ClainK 
not then proverl \v ill he diliillowed. ' 

^I~^1IF^ CommilTloi jC'S in a Commillion of Bjiiknipt, 
Jl be.ning Dale the Jib of Decemhtr j!i02, awaidiil 
and illiieit a^rainll William l.niul, of Virj^inia-Street, in the 
I'ariUi of St. (Jeorgeinlhe halt, in the County of Middlclex, 
Bnildei. Dealer and Cha|>man, Iniend to me it on the zjth 
ot Febiuary neat, .it *l'en in (be F'orenoon, at Guildhall, I.twi,- 
(b>n,ininakea Dividend of the Ellale and Filers of the la:cl 
B.tnkrupt; when and wln.-ie the Cicditoi.^, w !to h.ivc not al- 
ready pioved their -Debts, aie t,i come pi^attd to prove the 
laint.ur they \v ill be excluded ihc Benefit if the laid Divi- 
dend. And all Claimsnot then pioveil will be dilallowvil. 

''P^ H E Commilfioners in a CominilTton of Bankinp4, 

J[ bearing Date the 16th of December 1799, aw.uiled 

and illliid forth a);ainl) Ch-arles Dixon, of Frnehuicb-.Mrett, 

in the City of London, Biufh-Makcr and Turner, U-iikUr and 



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Chapman, intend to meet on (lie 15th of February next, 
at Ten in the Forenoon, at Giiildliall, London, to maicc a 
rinal Dividend of the Ellatc and EHerts of the (aid Bank- 
rupt ; when and where the Creditors, who have not ilready 
.proved tlieir Del)ls, are to come prepared to prove the 
fame, or they will lie excluded the Benefit of the faid^lJivi- 
dend. And all Claims not then proved will be difalhnvcd. 

THE Commillioners in a Comniiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date tlie .^ath of OOober 1831, av.-arded and 
iliued forth agaiulV Bartholomew Schlotei, of ManCon- 
Houfe-Street, London, Merchant, intend to meet on the 
25th of February next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
hall, London, in order 10 make a Div'dend o( the Eliate and 
Etfefls of the faid Bankrupt; Tilien and where the Cre- 
ditors, who Irave not already proved their Debts, are to come 
prepared to prove the lame, or they will be excluded tiie 
Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved 
ivill be difallowed. 

^ I "^ HE Commiflioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
J_ bearing Date the 9tl\ of Augull 1800, awaided and 
ifiued againll Edward Burnett and Robert Oliver, of Man- 
chefter, in the County of l.ancailer, Diapeis, Dealcri, 
Chapmen, and Copartners, intend to meet on the -;ilf of 
January inftant, Et 'I'liree in the Afternoon, at tlie Star Inn, 
in Manchefter afoiel'aid, in order to make a Final Dividend 
of the Separate Ellate and Etfefts of the (aid Edward Bur- 
nett, one of the ("aid Bankrupts; when and where the 5e* 
parate Creditors of the faid F;dward Burnett, who have not 
already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove 
the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid 
Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be difal- 
lowed. 

WHereas the afling Comminioners in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and iffued forth againll Tho- 
mas Cortis and John Cortis, late of Grimlby, in the County 
of Lincoln, Grocers, I.inen-Drapcrs, Woollen-Drapers, Co- 
partners, Dealer.s, and Chapmen, have certified to the 
Right Honorable Jolin Lord Kldon, Lord High Chan- 
cellor of Great Britain, that the (aid Thomas Cortis and 
John Cortis hav« in all Things conformed themfelves accord- 
ing to the Direftions of the (everal Afls of Parliament made 
concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, by 
virtue of an Aft palled in the Fifth Year of His late 
Majefty's Reign their Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the faid AH dircfts, unle('s Car:fe be (hewn to the 
contrary on or before the 3i(l Day of January inftant. 

WHereas the aOing Cnmmifiioners in tiie CommilTion 
of Bankrupt awarded and iHued againit Joltrph Met 
calfe and John Jeyes, of ITppcr Kail Smithficld. in the County 
of Middlclex, Oilmen, Infurance-Brokers, Dcah r.s, Chap- 
men, and Copartners, have certified to the Ri^lit fionoriitde 
John Lord Eldon, Lvrd Hijih ChancclKjr of Great Britrtin, 
that the faid Jjhn jeyes liath in all 'Ihings cunfornied 
himfelt according to the Directions *if the feveral AOs of 
Parliament made ci>iicerning E.mkrupLs; "J'hi^ is to give 
Kutice, that, by virtue of an Act palled in the Filth Year 
of His Lite Majelly's Reign, his Ceitificate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as tlie laid .\(\ diiefti, unlels CauCe bir 
Ihewn 10 the contrary on or before the ^^, ill Day of January 
inltant. 

WHereas the afting Conmiidioners in the CommilTion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilflicd agaiiifl jDleph Idoul- 
royd, now or late uf Siiughwond, inthe .Parilh of rlalifiix, in 
the County of York, Dealer and Cliapman,have certihed to tlie 
,'Right Honorable John Loid Eldon, Lord High Chancellor ot 
<;rcat Britain, tliat the faid Jtifcpli Huulioyd halh in all 
Things conformed himlelt according to the Direft'.cms of the 
feveral Afts ot Parliament made concerning bankrupts ; Ttiis 
is to give Notice, that, liy virtue of an Ait palled in the 
Fifth Year of His late iMajerty's Reign, his CerliHcate will 
he allowed and confirmed as the laid A£\ direiSs, unlels 
C'aule be llicwn to the eouuary on or befere.thc jilt of 
of f.muary initant. 

WHereas the ii!ti;ig Commidioners in the.CommiHinn of 
Bankrupt awarded and ilhicd again!) George Rul- 
icll, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Merchant, 
have certified to the Right Honoialde Jolin Lord Eldon, 
Lofd High Chancellor of Great Britain, that tiie faid 
George Ruffell hath in all Things conformed himfelf ?.c- 
.iording to the Direflions of the leveral Adis of Parliament 



made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, 
by virtue of an Aft palled in tlie Fifth Year of His late 
Majelly's R. ign, his Ceitificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the faid All diicfts, unlels CanCe he (hewn to the 
contrary on or before the 31H of Januaiy inltanf. 

TX7Hereas the afting ComniilTioners in the OommilTioii 
V\ of Bankrupt awaided and ilfued forth againll Tho- 
mas Dealy and John Hallett, of Little Queen-s'treet, Hol- 
horn, in the County of Middlefex, Coach-Makcis, Dealers, 
Chapmen, and Copartners, have certified to the Right' Ho- 
noiable John Lotd Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great 
Britain, that the faid John Hallett hath in all Things con- 
formed himfelf according to the Dircftions of the fevera) 
Afls of Parliament made concerning Bankrupt,; This i'. to 
give Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft palled in the I'ifih 
Year of His late Majelly's Reign, hi* Certificate will he al- 
lowed and cuufirmed as the faid Aft direfts, unlets CauK b- 
llicwn to the contrary on or before the jtll Day of January 
inllant. 

X 1 / Hereas the aftirg CommilTIoners in the Commiirnn 

V \' of Bankrupt a-.vsrded and ilfued forth againit Cliarle* 
Frederick Schmnll, of the City of Brilhr!, Merchant, have cer- 
tified to the Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, Lord High 
Chancelloi of Great Britain, that the faid Charles Frederick 
Seh.'noll hath in all Things conformed himfelf according to 
the Direclions of the feveral Afts of Parliament made concern- 
ing Bankrupts ; This is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an 
Aii palled in the Fifth Year of His late Majelly's Reign, 
his Certiticate will be all.-iwed and confirmed as the faid ACt 
diieits, unlets Caufc he Ihewn to the contrary on or before 
the 31ft of January inllant- 

WHereas the afting Commiflioners in a CommilTion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilFued forth againit An- 
drew Gage and John Lee, of Bidiopfgate-Street, in the City 
of London, Wine-Merchants, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copart- 
ners, (carrying on Buhnefs under the Firm of Andrew Gage 
and Company,) hav« certified to tlie Right Honorable John 
Lord'Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that 
the faid John Lee, one of the faid Bankrupts, hath in 
all Things conformed himfelf according to the Direftioat 
of the (everal Afts of Parhament made concerning Bank- 
rupts ; This is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft 
palled ill the Fifth Year of His late Majelly's Reign, his 
Certificate will be allowed and confirmed as the faid Adt 
diieii.s iinleli Caufe be (hewn to the contrary on or before 
the jrll Day of January mlfant. 

\17'Heieas tlie afting ConiniilTioners in the CommilTion 

V V of B.inkrupt awarded and iliued forth againll John 
Legh, of Milk-Street, Chenjifide, London, Button-.Sellcr, 
Dealer and Chapman, (furviving Partner of Thomas i.cgh,' 
Late of Macclesfield, in the County of Cheller, ilutton-Man' 
deccafcd,) have certified to the Right Honoiable John Lord " 
i'^ldon, Liir<l High Chancellor ot Great Britain, that the 
(aid John l.egh hath in all Things conformed himfelf 
according to the Diroflions of the Icveral Acts of Parlia- 
ment nuide concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, 
that, by virtue of an Aft palled in the Fifth Year of His 
laie Mai'dy's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the faid Aft direfts, nnlefs Caufe be (hewn to the 
contrary on or before the Jiff of January iiilfant. 

WHereas the afting ComniilTIoners in the CommilTinn 
of Bankru|it awarded and iffued forth agiinit 
Thomas Chance, of Tottenham, in the County of Middlelei, 
Coach and Harpcfs-Maktr, liealcr and Cliapnian, have cer.' 
tified to the Right Honorable John Loid FJdon, Lord 
Higli Ch.int^;'tior of Great Biitain, that the (kid 'Fhomas 
Chance hath in all'Lhings conlurmed himfelf according to 
the Direitions of the levcral Afts of Parliament made 
concerning Bankrupts ; •Fhis is to give Notice, that, 
by virtue of an Act palTcd in the Fifth Year of Jfis late' 
Majelly's Reii;n, his Certificate will be aIlow*-d and con- 
firmed as the laid Aft directs, nnlefs Caufe be Ihewn to the 
contrary on or before the jifl Day of January inftant. 



In the Gazette of Saturday lad, Page 24, Col. 4, Line 31, 
from the Bottom, in the Advcrtifement of the Salvage of the 
Ship Alexander, of Norf.dk, Virginia, Miles King, Mailer, 
for Loftu.s, Collector, read Lotcn, CoUcftor. 



Printed by Andrew Strahan, Printers Street, Gough Square. 



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ondon Gazette 



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From CucsDtlJ January lo, to '^atUrDap January 14, 1804. 



I,ord Chamberlain's Office, January 1 4, i 804. 

NO TICE is hereby given, that there will be a 
Drawing Room at'St James's on Wednelday 
nevt the i8th Inllaiit, wh<:n the Qijeea's Birth-Day 
will be obiervcd. 



IVar-Office, January 14, 1804. 

Hereford/hire Gentlemen and T'comanry dnv.lry. 
Adjutant William Allen, to hare the Brtvet Rank 
of Captain. 

Non'm^ton and Bareham Doiuns Gentlemen and I'ec- 

manry Cavalry. 
William Chandler, Gent, to be Surtreon. 

Pinwith Gentlemen and Yeomanry Cavalry and 
'Artillery^ 
Rev. James Jenkins Keigfmyn, to be Chaplain. 

Stirling Troop of Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 

Lieutenant — ^ Callander, to be Captain, vice 

Murray, promoted. 

Cornet Murray, to be Lieutenant vice Cal- 
lander. 

Svffex Gentlemen anil Teomanry Cavalry. 
Charles WardrofTer, Gent, to be Cornet, vice A(h- 
burnham, promoted. 

Ufworth Legion, 
Lieutenant Edward Jackfon to be Captain of Ca- 
valry, vicejohnlon. 
John Cole Rankin, Efq; to be Captain of Infantry, 

vice Ferrand, refigned. 
John Robinfon, Gent, to be Lieutenant of Cavalcy, 
vice Jackfon, refigned. 

To be Lieutenants of Infantry, 
Xdward Hall Campbell, Gent, vice Jobling, fuper- 

•feded. 
Enfigri Thomas Johnfon, vice Methuen, fuperjeded. 
John Dixon, Gent, vice D;ilton,rellgr.ed. 

To be Enfiyns, 
William Harvey, Gent, vice Johnfon. 
John Collingwood Tully, Gent, vice Barkas. 
Richard Robinfon, Gent. 

To he Chaplain, 
Rev. John Ebden. 

To le burgeon, 
Thomas Ntlfon, Gent. 



S::th Regiment of IVeJl Riding TnrkJIiire Gentlemen 

and Teomanry Cavalry. 
Cornet John Littlesvood to be Lieutenant, vice 

Cliorley, promoted. 
Thomas Brown, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Little- 
wood. 
j4ddlngonm Supernumerary J^olunteer Infantry. 
Thomas Layton, Efq; to be Captain. 
William CiinlifF, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
Beckwith Spencer, Gent, to be Enfign. 

ijf Battalion of the Birmingham Volunteers. 
J. W. Kcf^ae, Efq; to be Adjutant, with the Rank 
of Captain. 

'i,d Battalion of Ditto. 
Lieutenant William Binglcy Id be Captain, vice 

Lloyd, refigned. 
Enfign Abel Williams to be Lieutenant, vice 
Bingley. 

Bradford Volunteers. 
William Stanley, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 

Swaine, refigned. 
Rev. James Barmby to be Chaplain. 
Robert Belcher, Gent, to be Quarter-Mafler. 
George Maffm.in, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Caldlcot Volunteer PiLemen. 
Henry Williams, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice Bux- 
ton, refigned. 

Craven Legion. 
Richard Heber, Efq; to be Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Creiukerne and Petherton Corps of Volunteers. 

Captain Gray to be Major-Corrimundant. 

Crimu! Artllltry. 
Second Lieutsnant WiUiain Michael Gichard to be 

Firft Lituteuaiit. 
Philip Nicholls, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Loyal Beptford Voltnteers. 
Mitjor Matthew Finch to be Li<ntenant-Colonel. 

Loyal Fallirk Volunteers. 
EnGgn Thomas Hardie to be Lieutenant, vice Ait- 

ken, refigned. 
Andrew M'Kecknie, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Har- 
die. 

Inverncfs and Fort St. George Battalion. 
Cantray Company. 
Enfign j?:neag M'Pherlon to be Lieutenant, vice A- 
M'Pherfon, p'oraoted. 



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"George Forbes, Gent to he Enfign, vice M'Plier- 
lon. 

•Glengarry, Alorar, and Letterfindlay Battalion. 
4//^ Gltn^arry Company. 
Angus M'Donell, \LW{; to bt Captain, vice A. 
I^'Kintolli, rcfigncJ. 

Rape of HafUngs Volunteers. 
Robert Tournay, Efq; to be Captain. 
AVilliam John Dugdall, Efq; to be Ditto. 
JofL'ph Ni-wington, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
John William Dugdall, Gent, to be Ditto. 
Jv)lin Hilder, Gent, to be Enfign. 
William Cooper, Gent, to be Ditto. 

j^rlillery Company. 
John Thorpe, Efq; to be Captain. 
John Reed, Gent, to be Firft Lieutenant. 
John Stoneftrcet, Gent, to be Secoad Lieutenant. 

Kendal Volunteers. 
Thomas Fawcett, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Gold- 

ing, rcfigncd. 
Rev. Anthony Bcnn Church to be Chaplain. 
Robert Hodgfon, Gent, to be Adjutant. 
Thomas Huid, Gent, to be Qnarter-Mafter. 
George Gjrnett, Gent, to be tSurgeou. 
Robert Abbotfon, Gent, to be Affiltant-Surgeon. 

New Hullon Company. 
John Rowlandfon, Gent, to be Enfign. 

ylmbtejule Company. 
John Braith\vaite,jun. Gent, to be Enfign. 

Knartjborough Volunteer Injantry. 
Sir John Inglebr, Bart, to be Lieutenant-Colonel- 
Commandant. 
•John Watfon, Efq; to be Major. 
James Collins, Efq; to be Captain. 
Thomas NurfaK, Efq; to be Ditto. 
To be Lieutenants, 
Thomas Robinfon. Gent. 
William Collins, Gent. 
Thomas Ingle, Gent. 

Lez,ant, Jiff. Volunteers . 
George Francis Collins Brown, Efq; to be Lieute 

nant-Colonel. 
Humphry Lawrancc, Efq; to be Major. 

To he Captain's, 
Anthony Gtake, Efq. 
John Foot, Efq. 
Walter Dawe, Efq. 
AVilliam Gregory, Efq. 

To be Lieutenattts, 
William Brcndon, Gent. 
John Trehaue, Gent. 
Edward Wevill, Gent. 
Philip Raddall, Gent. 

I'o be Enfgns, 
Thomas Raddall, Gent. 
Richaril Giddy, Gem. 
JRichard Vofper, Gent. 
Chrillophcr Spearc; Gent. 

Loughborough Voluntiert. 
Captain James Booth to be Captain-Commandant, 

vice Holland, religncd. 
Liutenant John Toone to be Captain, vice Booth. 
E^^lgn Dai.fel Farrow to be Lieutenant, vice Toone. 
John Boullbce, Gent, to be Enfigrtj vice Farrow. 



Moorland Volunteers. 
Thomas Wilfon, Efq; to be Lieutcnant-Coloiiel. 
Robert Porter, Efq; to be Major. 

Te be Captains, 
Thomas Ward, Efq. 
Jiifeph Ingleby, Efq. 

Kemp Lichtord Bowrne, Efq. , 

William Fletcher, Efq. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Willi.im riatt, Gent. 
John Biindlcy, Gent. 
Tlioinas Chawner, Gent. 
John Ward, Gent. 

To be Eiijigns, 
Charles Ridge, Gent. 
William Young, Gent. 
Thomas Phabay, Gent. 
William Wood, Gent. 

\Jl Battalion of Mount/bay Volunteers. 
John Bromley, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Flaraank, 
refigned. 

Neivton and Failpivorth Volunteers. 
William Fernihough, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 

White, refigned. 
Thomas Brown, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Holland, 

refigned. 

2c/ Battalion of Norfolk Volunteer Infantry. 
Francis Bedingficld, Efq; to be Licutenant-Colonel- 

Commandant. 
Thcophilus Thornaugh Gurdon, Efq; to be Lieu< 

tcnsnt-CoIoneL 
Edward Huffay, Efq; to bo Major. 

4//; Battalion of Ditto. 
The Right Hon. William Windham to be Licutc- 

nant-Colonel-Commandant. 
Gcorj^e Windham, Elq; to be Lieuttnant-Colonol. 
William Luken, Efq; to be Major. 

■St. Helen's Volunteers. 
Lieutenant-Colonel James Frafer, to be Licutenant- 

Colonel-Commandant. 
Michael Hughes, Elq; to be Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert Sliei bourne, Efq; to be Major. 

To L- Captains, 
George Mackay, Elq. 
Peter Grcen.ill, Efq. 
Charles Onvll, Efq. 
William Hill, Efq. 
James Undeihill Wtfi, Efq. 
Charles Speaknian, Efq. 
[ofcph Glover, Efq. 
Ralph 'I'ickle, Efq. 

T'o be Lieutenants, 
William Greenall, fen. Gent. 
William V ell, Gent. 
Wlillan. Ft.lUr, Gent. 
J uiie^ Sinllii, Gent. 
RichaiU Fildes, Gei:t. 
William Ball, Gent. 
Thomas Bate, Gent. 
Ifaac Grttnougli, Gent. 

To be Enfign s, 
Thomas Mercer, Gent. 
James Woodward, Gent. 
William Elian, Gxmt. 
William Koriis, Gent. 



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Thomas Haddock, Gent. 
Emanuel de (raicia, Gent. 
George Arllal!, Gent. 
William Greeiiall, juii. Gent. 

To be Adjulant, "with the Rank of Captain, 
Captain John Bethune. 

To be Chaplain^ 
Rev. William Finch. 

To b: Surgeon, 
Jofeph Churton, Gent. 

Slmnci-ofs Vohnleer Infantry. 
Lieutenant James Dow tu be Captain, vice Clarke, 
refigned. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Enfign Charles Wlieen, vice Dow. 
Entign William Taylor, vice Johnfon, refigned. 
George' Browne, Gent, vice Greaves, rcligned. 

To be Enfi^ns, 
Luke Graham, Gent, vice Wheen. 
John Laycock, Gent, vice Taylor. 
John Tootle, Gent, vice Tootle, refigned. 
Thomas Ciofslcy, Gent, vice HawkeArorth, re- 
signed. 

To be Chaplain, 
Rev. John Goodair. 

To be Sli'arter-majler, 
Lieutenant Job Townl'cnd, 

To be Surgeon, 
William Johnfon, Gent. 

Rifle Company of ijl Surrey Regiment of Vohnleer 
Infantry. 
John Dabbs, Efq; to be Captain. 
John William Buckle, Gent, to be Firll Lieutenant. 

\Ji IVarivicifhire, or Hcmling ford Regiment of Volun- 
teer Infantry. 
Thomas Cokcr Adams, Efq; to be Captain. 
Thomas Wilmot, Gent, to be Firll Lieutenant. 
John Wilton, Gent, to be Ditto. 
Jofeph Smith, Gent, to be Enfign. 
William Jeffery, Gent, to be Ditto. 
Thomas Terry, M. D. to be Phyfician. 
John Smith Solen, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

EnitATA 
In Gazette of 8th Ultimo. 
Glengarry, Morar, anil Lellerfnillay Battalion. 
For Alexander MacDonald, Efq; to be Colonel, 
Read Alexander MacDoneli, Efq; to be Colonel. 

In Gazette of zoth Ultimo. 
Newton and Failfivorth Volunteers. 
For WiUiam Canbull,- Elq; to be Captain, 
Read William Cantrill, Elq; to be Captain. 



Commtffwn in the Norfolk Militia, figntil . by jhe 

Lord Lientenanl. 

Weftcrn Regiment. 

Benjamin Bean, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated De- 

• ccmber 29, 1803. 

Commiffwn in the Lincolnfliire y\^&X?t, figned, ly the 

Lord Lieutenant. 

Third Regiment. 

Francis Huufon, Gent, to, be Lieutenant. Dated 

November 16, 1803, 



Commiffton in the- Royal South Lincolnfliire Vii- 

V\U3, Jigned by the Lord Lieutenant. 
Samuel Herbert Hawes, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated 
December 24, 1803. 

Commiffon f'gned by the Lord Lieutenant of the County 

of Lincoln. 
Coninglby Waldo Sibthorp, Efq; to be Deputy 
Lieutenant. • 



Whitehall. January 14, 1804. 
The Kino has been pleafed to gianc the Digniiy 
of a Baronet of the United Kingdom of Great Bri- 
tain and Ireland to Charles Price, of Spring Grove, 
Richmond, in the County of Surry, Efq; and to the 
Heirs Male of his Body lawfully begotten. ^, 

Whitehall, January 14, 1804. 

The King has been pleafed to prefent the Reve- 
rend John M'Ewen to the Church and Parifh of 
Baldernock, in the Prefl^ytery of Dunbarton and 
County of Stirling, vacant by the promotion of Doc- 
tor JamesCowper to the Proteflorlhip of Allronomy, 
in the Univerfity of Glafgow ; 

The King has been pleafed to grant to .Samuel 
Lyfons, of the Inner Temple, Efq; the Office of 
Keeper of the Rolls and Records of the Court of 
Chancery, in the Tower of London, in the Room of 
Thomas Aftle, Efq; deceafed. 

Whitehall, January 14, 1804. 
The Lord Chancellor has appointed Richard 
Willis, 6f Lancafter, in the County of Lancafler, 
Gent, to be a Mailer-Extraordinary in the High 
Court of Chancery. ■ 



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Whitehall, January ia, 1804. 
Herens it hath been humbly rcprefnted to fie 
King, that, on the Morning of Sunday the Slh 
Infant, fame evil-difpofed Perfon or Ferfons did wil- 
Jul!y and malieioufiy jet Fire, in Three Places, to the 
Premifcs of Mr, Copland, of Coleman-Streel, in the 
City of London, after having robbed I he Hoiije ; 

His l\Iaje/ly, fijr the better apprehending and bringing 
to Jufiee the Petfons concerned in the faid Felony, is 
hereby pleafed to promife His mof gracious Pardon to 
any One of them f except the Per [on ivho aSually fet 
Fire to the faid Premifes) who Jhall difcover his or 
their Accomplice or Accomplices therein, fo that he, flie, 
or they may be apprehended and conviSed thereof. 

C. YORKE. 

And, as a further Encouragement, a Reward of 
ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS is hereby offered by 
the Inhabitants of the Ward of Coleman-Street ; and 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS by the Corporation 
of the Royal Exchange AJfufanee, and the Directors of 
the Sun and Phccnix Firc-Ofjiees, to any Perfon making 
fitch Difcovery as aforefaid, (except as is before excepted,) 
to he paid on the Convi^ion of any One or more of the 
Offenders. 

Navy-Ofiicc, January 10, 1803. 
"^^H E Principal Officers and Commiffioners of His 
Majefy's Navy do hereby give Notice, that on 
Friday the ZOth Iiijlant, at One n' Clock, they will be 
ready to receive Tenders for building, by Contrail, 
Twenty Giui Brigs, agreeably to a Draught, and 
Form of Tend.r, which may be fccn by applying at this 
Office ; Ten to be ready in Three Months, and Ten in 
Si:, Months. R. A. Nelfon; 



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NaTy-0fitce^January9i »8o4. 
'T'f/E Pr'tncpill Ojfccrt ahJ CcAimiJiO'net-i of his 
-* Fill Majejty's Navy do hereby ^ivr Ndt'itr, lhbt bn 
S.ilurtt-iy ihf 2Hlh InftanI, nt Cue o' Clock, they ivill 
be reaJy to treat with fuch Perfoni m may be 'willing 
In conlrnfl for fu(>plyinsr fiis Aliijefly's Vard <ri Porlf- 
mouth, with thefolio-win^ AiliiUt, fit. 

Bricks. 

Tiles, 

Lime Chslk. 

Klntes. 

Oak Spine Heart Lntlis. 

Fir Ditto. 

Fir Laths for Celling. 

Chaico;il. 

Lie of Wight Rubble Stone. 

Culm. 
A Form of the Tender may be ft en at this OJjice ; 
And ni> 7eiul<r ivill be received after Twelve r'Cloci 
en the Diiy of Treaty, nor c:ny notiied, unkfs the Party, 
or an jigtnt for him, attendi. 

R. A. Ntlfon, Secretary. 

Navy-Office, January 4, 1804. 
'"f~HE Principal OJicas and Commi/fioners of his 
•^ Ulaje/ly's Niivy do hereby i^ive Notice, that on 
ThurfJay the H)lh of this Month, at One o'Cloch, 
the;' ivill be ready to treat with fuch Per fans as may be 
tail/in^ to contra^ for fupplying His Maf fly's Tards at 
Di-^iford and Woolivich ivith 

Bircli Brooms. 

A F-n-m of the Tinder may be feen at this Office. 

No Tender will be received after Twelve o'Clocl on 

tie Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unhfs the Party, 

or an Jigeat for hun, attends. R. A. Nelion. 

Kav) Oflicf, January 5, 1804. 
^T^H M Principal OJficert and Conimijfioners of His 
•* l\[a;e/ly's Navy do hereby give Notice, Jhat on 
Saturday the 28th lujlanl, at One 0' Clock, they ivill be 
ready to treat with fuch Perfons as may ie willing to 
coatraB for fupplying His Majefly't J'ards at Plymouth 
•with Teams of Horfca. 

.4 Form of the Tender, with other Particulars, may 
be feen nt this Office. 

/Ind no Tender 'will be received after Twelve 0' Clock 
on the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unleft the Parly, 
or an ./Igentjor him, attends. 

R. A. Nclfon, Surrtary 

Navy-Ofiice, Jaiiuary 2, 1804. 
'T^HE Prrneipal Officers and Comm'Jioners of His 
■* Maicfly's Navy do hereby give Notice, that on 
H'ednef iiy the ZJfA of January 1804, "' 7"'" o'Cloci 
in the Forenoon, Commiffioner Hope will expoft to Sale 
at hit Qfjice in Hit Majejly't Tard at Chatham, feveral i 
l^ots of OU Storei, conftjling 'f 

Old Cauvas and Tarpaulinta, 

Old Rope, in Papcr-^tulf, 

Shakings, 

Old Bohropc, 

Toppets, 

White Ocliam, 

Hcjnp Rubljifh, 

Old Tar Barrels, 0?! Calks, &c. 
■oH lyin;^ in the faid Tard, -where any Perfons, wifhing 
to become Purchjferi, may have /'" Liberty of vietuing 
tie fume during the common woi'iillj Ifoufs -nf the 
2'ard, urditlhe Day of Sate. 



Invent or'tet aiti ConJit'tont of Sate ma^ be had hire 
aiid at fhe Tard. R. A. Nelfon, Secretary, 

Navy Office, January 2, 1804. 
'T'HE Principal Officers and Ccmmifftoners of His 
■*■ h)(\]efly^ s Navy, do hereby give Notice, that on 
Wednefhiy the l^th Infant, at One o'Cloci, they will 
be ready to treat with fuch Perfmis as may be willing 
to coniriH fur fvpplying His Mnffly's Tards at Deft- 
ford, ll'oo'.wich, Chatham, Shcernefs, Porlfmo^lh, and 
Plymoutl, with Braziers' and Founders' Goods. 
A Form of the Tender may he feen at this Office- 
And no Tender will be received after Twelve o'Cloci 
on the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
or an Agent for him, attends,. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Exchequer- Bill OJice, fan. 13, 1804. 
All Exclicqucr-liills dated In Fcbruaiy 1803, 

TO BK PAID OFF. 

'T^HE Lords CoDimiffiiontrs of His Mnjefly't Treei- 
fury having given DircSiins for paying off the 
Principal of the abovcvienlioned Exchequer Bills . with 
the Iilerejl thereon, at the l^xchequer Bill Office in St. 
Margaret's- St reel, between the Two Paiice-Tardi, 
iVeflniinflcr, on Saturday the 29-tl.> Day of 'January 
1804, /'/iiend.ittce will be given daily (Snnilays and 
Holidays excepted) until Tuef lay the 2^h Injhint, in- 
ehffive . from Ten 0' Clock in the Morning till One in the: 
Afternoon, for the Purpofe of receiving the fame : And, 
for the greater Difpalch, the iJearers of the faid Bills 
are defiied to bring I .if Is thereof, conlainirg ihe Numbers 
in Numerical OrcL-r, according to the fnhie of the faid 
Bill's and Timet of Commencement of lutcre'l, with the 
Principal Sums and Inlereft due thereon, cunipvtcd from 
tl.v Day I on which they are refpeSivcly dateJ, exchifive to 
ihe faid iiith of ^January inchifive, when the Interefl will 
ceafe ; and iLey are defired to wiile their Names and 
Places of .Hbode on fuch Lijlt, and indorfe their Names 
on the faid Bu'ls. 

If any of the Holders rf the aforefnid Bills Jhmild be 
defirous of receiving Payment of the Principal and In- 
terefl, previous to the faid zHth Day of Jiwunry, they 
may be nccf.mmndaled, on computing the Inierell to the 
Day on which they wfh to he paid, ami leaving the faid 
Bills fir Examination One Day prior thereto. 

N. B. All Exchequer Bills dated prior to February 
1 803 l>ave been advertifed to be paid offi, and the Inter ejl 
thereon hat ceafed. 

Office of Ordnance, January 11, 1804. 
•J^IfE Principal Officers of His Majefly's Ordnance 
* do hereby give Notice, that they will be ready ts 
receive at their Office, in St. Margaret's -Street, U'e/l- 
minfler, on the 28//1 January next, Propofals from fuch 
Peifon or Perfons who may be willing to eontraf! for llie 
Supply of a conftderabte ^antity of Timber, Plank, 
and other Articles (the Whole of which mufi be nf 
Englifli Growth and prime ^alityj, required in tht 
Couife nf the Tear for the Service of the Rnyal Car- 
riage Department at IVoolwich, where every Particular 
at to the Defcription and ^aliiy of the Articles, as well 
at the Proportion and Periods of Delivery, may be 
inown by Application to Colonel Fage, or Officer bcl'ingf- 
lug to the Royal Carriage Department. The Payment 
to take place in Three Months fubfeqiient to the Shiarler 
in which the Certificate from the refpcSiive Offcers of the 
IVari^n, expreffimg that tht Articles have been received 
and uj proved of. fball bt be delivered ii.to the Offin of 



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ihe Survefor-General at the Toiuer. No Propofali I 
iwill be received after ihe 2Slh January, nor can any 
be aJmitted ivhicii does not offer for the Whole of the 
Articles required ; and it is expeded that each Perfun 
'will give jufficient Security for the Fulfilment of the 
Contrad, as well as deliver his Propofals Jeated up, and 
exprejfed on the Out/ide, " Propofals for the Supply of 
Timber for the Royal Carriage Department at Wool- 
wich." By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Ciew, Secretary. 

Office of Ordnance, Weftminfter, 
Jan. 13, 1804. 
"TTBE Principal Officers of His Mnjeflfs Ordnance 
-* do hereby give Notice, that Propofals will be re- 
ceived at their OJice in St. Margaret-Street, Weflmin- 
fler, on or before Thurfday ihe 26th Inflant, fromfuch 
Perfons as may be willing to undertake the Supply of 
Helmets and Caps for the Service of the different Corps 
under the Direction of this Department. 

Patterns of the Articles to be fupplied may be viewed 
upon Application at the Principal Storekeeper's Office at 
the Tower ; and the Terms and Conditions of ihe Con- 
trast may be known at the Secretary's Office in St. Mar- 
garet-Street aforefaid, any Day between the Hours of 
Ten and Four o'Clock, where the Propofals are to be 
delivered fealed up, and marked oji the Oulfide, " Pro- 
pofals for the Supply of Helmets and Caps ;" but no 
Propofal can be admitted after the faid 26th Iiiflant. 
By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Crew, Secretary.^ 

Royal Military College, January 6, 1804. 
JN Conformity to the Refulution of His Majefly's 
-* Commiffioners for conducting the Affairs of the Royal 
Military College, that the Appointments of Profeffors 
and Mqjlcrs fhall be determined by Competition of Ta- 
lents, the Governor doth hereby give Notice, that Ad- 
ditional Mafurs in the following Branches of InflruSion, 
viz. Forlificdlion, Military Drawing, Geography and 
Ijyiory, and to aljifl in teaching the Latin Claffics, will 
be wanted at the 'Junior Department of the faid Col- 
lege, at Great Marlow, in the County of Bucks, in the 
Courfe of the enfuing Alvnth. 

Letters of Afiplicalion are to be addreffed to ihe Co- 
t'ernor of the Royal Military College', under Cover to 
the Right Honorable the Secretary at War, War Office. 

Ntf Perfon will be approved for the Eflablijhment 
nuh'fe Ch iratler ivill not bear ihe flriQefl Scrulinv. 

A Collegiate Board of the Royal Military Cnllege 
ivill be held at Great AJarlow, on Tue/day the Jjh of 
February next, for the Esaniination of the Candidates 
for the abo%'e mentioned Appointments. 

STATE LOTTERIES. 

Stamp-Oilice, Somerfet-Place, Jaa. 7, 1804. 

JLT^S Majefly's Commiffioners for managing the 

■* -^ Stamp-Duties do hereby gt%'e Notice, thai the fol- 

loivir.g are the Perfons who are duly licenfed by them' 

for felling Tickets in the prefait State-Lotteries:, '. 

■liilh Thomas, No. 4, Cornhill, No. 9, Charing-Crofs ; feitiesi 
oi tiiinbiir^h, Glouccllei, an'i Rocheticr ; 'I'owns of Srian-' 
tlicfltrl, Margate, and Kingiton-lipon-KuU. \ ' 

Bvaiilcomb Janics, No. 11, Uulbi>rn,No. 37, Cornhill; Cities 
of Edinburgh, GIouct:l}i.T» Coventry, Norwich, Salifbury, 
Chichedcr, ChcOer, Voik, Bath, Briftol, Exeter, WclU, 
Winchelter," V\'orcefter, Aberdeen, and Glafgow ; Towns 
of Reading, Birmingham, Bury St. Edmunds, Goiport, 
Kingfton-upon-Huli, JLynn, Dumfries, Bofton, Newari^, 
Northampton, Portlea, Plymcuth, Strmford, Chatham, 
Beverley, Dorchelter, Dundee, Newport Pagnell, Newport, 



Ifle of Wigljt, Sherborne, Weymputh, Wolverhampton, 
Bridgewater, Marlborough, Yarmouth, Liverpool, i.an- 
carter, Newcaftle-upon-Tyne, and Shrewfbury. 

Bruckjhaw John and Capcl John, R<<!(,al Exchange, Conihill, 

CarroU John, No. 46, Oxford-Street, and Town of Man- 
chefter. 

Carter William, No. 8, Charing-Crofs. 
Downs Peter, No. 81, Newgate-.Street. 

Drnmmond Ale.\anuer, No. 65, Fleet-Street. 

Harrifon Sarah and Brooke W'iUiam, No. 237 Piccadilly. 

Hazard Robert, BurneThomas, Warner Edward, BurneTlio- 
raas the younger, and Warner Thoma^ Courtenay, Royal- 
Exchange, Cornhill. 

Hodges Richard, No. 149, Oxford-Street, No. 44, St. James's- 
Street ; City of Lincoln ; Towns of Huntingdon, Notting- 
ham, Portfmouth, Biighthelmlinne, Plymouth, and Don- 
carter. 

Hodges William, No. 117, Pali-Mall. 

Hornfty Thomas, Cornhill; Cities of Canterbury, Chefter, 
Exeter, Worcefter, York, Coventry, Norwich, Bath, and 
Hereford; Towns of Southampton, Liverpool, Taunton, 
Lynn, Deal, Swanfea, Derby, Gofport, Maidrtone, Shaftf- 

• bniy, Leeds, Wifi^each, Sheffield, Newcaftle-upon-Tyne, 
Lancarter, Birmingham, Kendal, and Plymouth, 

Jackfon Richard, Pope's Head Alley, CornhilL 

Johnfon John, Pope's Head Alley, CoruhilL 

Marter Edivard, No. I, Great Piazza, Covent-GarJen. 

Nicholfon William, No. 88, Corner of the Royal-Exchang*, 
Cornhill ; City of Bath ; ToiTOs of Leeds, Brecon, and 
Ramfgate. 

Norton James and Norton James, jun. City of BridoL 

Pope Simeon, No. 12, C'artle- Alley, Royal-Exchange. 

Porter James, No. 14, Parliament Street. 

Richardfon Peter, Goodluck Elizabeth, and Arnull George, 
Cornhill and Charing-Crofs; Cities of Norwich, Bath, 
Canterbury, Gloucerter, and Exeter ; Towns of Notting- 
ham, Sherborne, Leicerter, Manchefter, Colohefter, Liver- 
pol, Southampton, Reading, Poole, Leeds, Shrewfbury 
Portfea, King;rton-upon-Hull, Plymouth-Dock, Newcallle- 
npon-Tyne, Hadteigh, and Wakefield. 

Roberts Thomas, No. t, Cornhill. 

Scott George, No. 75, New Bond-Street,' 

Stewart John, No. lit, Oxford-Street. 

Swift Tliomas, and Gandon Joiin, Poultry ; Cities of Brirtol, 

- Canterbury, Chiclierter, Noiwich, Bath, Gloucerter, York, 
and Giafgow; Towns of Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, 
Windfor, Derby, Sheffield, Leicell;r, Newcartle-upon- 
Tyne, Kingfton-upon-HuU, Stamford,Whitehaven, Man- 
cherter,and Ipiwich. - • 

Thomfon John, and Giles Arthur, City of Edinburgh, 

Turner George, No. 59, Birtiopfgate-SXrcet. 

White John, and Forrcrt Daniel, City of Edinbur^^h. 

By the Ah of ^id Geo. 3. ch. 91.// is enaSed, that 
no Perfon fliall keep an Office for dealing in Tickets anil 
Shares, without having firjl obtained a Licence for' 
that Purpofe. ,, 

By ihe fame J 8 it is enalJsd, that all. Tickets dc- 
pofiled nuith ihe Receiver-Central of this Revenue for 
the Purpofe of being fold, into Shares,, and which ffall 
be draivn Prizes of 50/. or under, JhalLremain Three 
Days, and all Prices of 100/. and-- upwards, flail 
remain Fourteen Days in this Office after the fame Jhall 
be drawn, in order that the Share Holders may havr 
Time to give Notice to the faid Recciver-,General, not to 
deliver Juch Prize Tickets out of his Cujlody until the 
Shares are paid or fitisfied. 

And that no Receipt for any Ticket depifited as 
aforefaid, floall be transferable, nor the fnierefi or Pro- 
-^rty therein afftgnable in any Manner- whatfoever . 
By Order of the Commiffioners, 

C. E. Bereaford, Secretary. 

Marine- Society's Office, January 13, 1804. 
'T^HE ^arterly General Court of the Governors of 
this Corporation will be held at their Office on Sa- 
turday the 2 yl Infant. The Chair wilt be taken at One 
o'clock precifdy. j<>!"i Kev.by, Seiretaiy. 



j9o. 13665. 



B 



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AVERAGE PRICES OI' BRl'llSH CORN, 

By the Quarter of Eiglit Winchester Buniels, ami of OATMEAL per Boll of l4olbs. 
Avoi&DUPOis, from the Returns recc'vcd in the Week ended the 7th of January i8o+. 

INLAND COUNTIES. 



MidJkTcic, - 

SuiTcy, 

Hertford, - 

Bedford, - 

Huiltiiigdoil, 

Nortliampton, 

Rutland, 

LticclUr, - 

Nottingham, 

Derby, 

StaiFord, 

Salop, 

Hcrclord, - 

Worcellcr, 

Warwick, - 

Wilts, 

Berks, 

OxfiMd, 

Bucks, 

Brecon, 

Montgomery, 

Radnor, 



Didrias. 



3d 
4th j 

jth| 

.6th I 

7th { 



ath- 

<ytll • 

£Oth -^ 

Mlh I 
«th I 



EfTex, 

Kent, 

SnlFcx, 

Stilfolk, 

Cambridge, - 

Norfolk, 

Lincoln, 

York, 

Durham, 

Northumberland, 

Cumberland, 

Wellmorland, 

Lancaftcr, 

CM\eT, 

Flint, 

Denbigh, 

Anglclea, - 

Carnarvou, 

Merioneth, 

Cardigan, - 

Pembroke, 

Carmarthen, 

Glamorgan, 

Glouceller, 

Somrrfet, 

Monmouth, 

Devon, 

Cornwall, • 

Dorlet, 

Hants, • 



Wheat. 
J. d. 

4 
o 

9 

2 



55 
54 
45 

46 

52 

54 9; 

54 « 

60 4 1 

55 4] 

57 ^1 



Bailey. 

1. d. 
24 «1 
24 4! 
21 M\ 

20 roj 
!8 61 

20 2 

21 6| 
21 101 

34 o *4 n 



Rve. 

i.' d. 

32 O 
35 6 
31 2 



47 3 
49 > 
45 2 1 
52 n 

49 ° 



35 4 

32 o 

34 4 



54 





5* 


4 


5' 


4 


49 


7 


45 


6 


45 


8 



32 



24 4 
'4 5 

25 3 
24 II 
24 10 
22 10 
22 10 
21 3 



22 

25 
22 

23 



OAtS 
3. 

26 

24 
21 
21 

iS 

'9 

20 
20 

23 

22 

23 
23 
23 
25 
24 
21 

23 

21 
22 
21 
16 

20 



s. 


Buns. 


Peafe. C 


«/. I. 


./. ^. 


d. 


2 


3S 


9 


43 





4 


39 


6 


42 


6 


b 


33 


9 


3« 





6 


30 


9 


37 


7 


4 


25 


10 


30 


4 


6 


3' 


6 


34 







34 















2 


33 


10 


47 


' 1 





37 


6 




— 1 





4« 


« 


40 





5 


45 
















U.O 


lO 


43 


« 


10 


43 





42 


S 


9 


40 


5 


45 


3; 


5 


4' 


I 









2 


4' 





^6 


6 


3 


36 


6 


36 


6 


7 


33 


,0 


37 


«. 


3 

4 


3» 


^ 


35 

34 


i 






" 


9 

2 






^7 
41 


71 
3 







57 
36 



23 5 

33 »» 

63 7 
60 2 



45 >« 



36 o 
44 6 
67 10 



MARITIME COUNTIES. 




AVr.F.ACE of ENGLAND and WALES. 

I 52 3 I 32 3 I 23 " I 2» 7 I 37 5 I 42 3 I 40 9 I 21 5 



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AVERAGE PRICES of BRITISH CORN, by which EXPORTATION 

are to be regulated. 



ift Diftria,. 
2d 

34 

4th 

5th 

6th 

^th 

Sth 

9th 

loth 

mh 

I2th 



Wlicat, 
pcrQr. 

d. 



s. 

5=! 
48 

47 
49 
50 
53 
55 
56 
52 
52 
56 
5' 



9; 

7i 

4I 
8' 

Si, 



Rye, 
pcrQr 

s. d. 

33 '^ 

»32 

27 

22 

33 

43 

♦ 32 

28 



rx.r<^. 



3'*32 
!'32 



-32 



J. 

24 
20 

'9 
21 

24 
26 
27 
26 
23 
24 
26 

23 



Oats, 

per (^r. 

J. 



6 

5 
i 1 

S 

5; 
°i 

II : 
o 

3' 

4 

9 



J. 
-I 
19 
'9 
'9 
2 [ 

21 
26 

"9 

17 
22 
21 
24 



4 
10 

o 

8 
1 1 

9 



pci Q^r. 

s. d. 

1 : 



34 

30 

32 

33 

*37 

*37 

45 
48 

*3T 
40 

46 
41 



Peafe, 
P<^r Qi. 

40 

37 

35 
*42 

30 

*4? 

65 

38 

•42 

5' 

64 

•42 



k1 bounty 



Oatmeal, Ui-eiui liig 
p^i 13oli. per Qr 



J. 


d. 


S-. 


d. 


*4o 


9 


*M 




•40 


9 


*2 I 




*4o 


9 


•21 




43 


5 


*21 




16 





*2I 




»4o 


9 


*21 




22 


I 


21 




39 


" 


*2I 




*40 


9 


*2( 




*40 


9 


*2I 




45 


2 


'21 




•40 


9 


•21 





N.B. Tlie Figures a^ainO which A(\eri(ks are placej are tho general Average Prieei. of all England. 

Pubiyiedby Aiithoiity oj Parliament, 

John Jamfs Catherwood, Rtcnver of Corn Relurnt. 



THE AVERAGE PRICE of BROWN or MUSCOVADO SUGAR, 

Computed from the PvEturns made for the Week ending the i ith Day of January 1^04, 

Is Forty-four Shiluttgs and Ten Pence Three Farthings per Kiindred Weight. 

Exclufive of the Duties of Cufloms paid or p.nyable thereon on the Importation thticuf 
into Great Britain. 
Grocers' Hall, By /luthorUy of Parliament, 

January 14, 1804. Henry Nettleshipp, Ckrl: of the Ctoceii Company. 



CHEST-OFFICE, GREENWICH. 

3d January 1804. 
ly^Otice IS hi-rchy ^Iven to the Greenwich Cheft Pen- 
fioners, thai fuch of them as tvere adniitied Pen- 
f oners by the Governors of the late Chef! at Chatham, 
on Account of total Blindnefs, or for the Lofs of a 
J^itnli, luill not be required to appear before the Directors 
at the EsJ'iralion of the Term exprefjed in their Tick/is 
Perfons alloived Penfion Money by the faid late Co 
•oernor for Hurts nf any other Defcription, will not be 
faid beyond the Term for which their feveral Perficns 
•were granted, until they have been examined at this Of- 
' Jice, any Tuefday mojl convenient to themfelves near the 
Time appointed for them to be reviewed, except thofe tranf- 
mitting Certificates from their Captains or Comma'iJeri 
that they cannot be (pared from Duty in His RInjcJIy's 
Fleet, to luhom Payment will be extended Ttuo Te,irs ; 
and alfo Penfioners who, from ill Health or Infirmilies, 
are unable to appear, from ifhom a Certlfcate of the 
Caufe of Inability will be required, ft^ned by Two Sur- 
geons, and the Minifler and Churchwardens of the Pa- 
fijh in which fuch Penfioners reJpeHively reJiJe. 
By C(/tnmand of the Dirctlors, 

Lach.'M'Lcan, Acct. 

Navy P;iy-Office, January ic, i S04. 
PRIZE 'agency' 
Act of Parliament, 43 Geo. Ill, Chap. i6o. 

T 'N formation is hereby given, that, by the Se"ipn ^'ih 

of the above-recited All, all Agents appointed for the 

Payment of Prize- Money arifmg from' Captures made 

from the Enemy during the prefent War, are required 



to tranfmit to the Trecfirer or Paymafl(r of His 
jejlis iVavy, London, immediately upon advertifin 



Ma- 
_ , _ upon adverli/ing the 

Dijlnbuiion in the London Gazette, a written Nol'if ra- 
tion nfthe Amount of an individual Slipre in each Clafs, 
under a Penalty of One H-mdred Pounds for each Of- 
fence, of which all Perfons concerned are requefled to 
tale Notice. William Adiby Ealhani, Paymcfler. 

Admiralty-Office, December 16, 1803. 
\JOlice is hereby given, that a Heffion of Oyer n'^d 
Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the Trial of Of- 
fences committed on the High Seas, 'within the Jurif- 
diaion of the Admiralty of England, will be held at 
Jufice Had, in the Old BaiLy, London, on Friday 
the zoth of January next, at Eight 0' Clock in the 
Morning. EvanNepean. 

A 7 Olice is hereby given, that an Account of Sales of 
the La Furet French Privateer, captured by His 
Maje/ly's Ship (^on/lance, in Company with the Minx 
an J Ffc'jrt Gun- Veffels, will be delivcreil into ihe Regiflry 
of the Admiralty, agreeably to Aci of Parliament. 

A. H. Steward and W. E. Cook, Agents. 

London. January 10, 1804, 
AjOllce is hereby given to the 0,'/ieers and Companies 
of His Majejifs Ships Chutripion, Mercmy, and 
San/a Doralhea, that a J)iilribuhon of the Net Pro- 
ceeds of ihe Hull and Stcres of the Bull Dog, and a 
French Trehacealo, captured by the above Ships on the 
iSlh Seplembe;- iSoi, wiU be made at No 3, Tavi- 
flock- Place, R II fell-Square, on the 20th Injiant ; and 
recalled at the fame Place for Three Tears to come. 

W. fiun.iod: ar.d C, and E. Noble, A<rents- 



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Plymouth, January II, i8o4- 
IWOtUe is hfrefiy given'lo ihe Captain, Ofict-rt, and 
■^ • Cnw of His Majrfly's Ship Hazard, whe 'wire 
adudlly on board the [aid Ship at the Capture of La 
jBaliene and La Jeanne (in Company with His Ma- 
jfy's Skip Naiad), ihut a Dijlrthulion -will be made to 
tht Parlies on board the Hazard on Monday the 2vl 
hjlant 1804, and to the Remainder of the Ship's Com- 
pany, on biard Hit Majejly's Ship San Jofef, upon her 
Arri-ual at Plymouth ; and that all Shares not then de- 
mnr.d^d will be recalled for One Tear at the y4gent's Of- 
' fee, Gajling-Streei, Plymouth, every Monday and 
Thurfday from the Dale hereof. 

Edw. Sifon, Agent for the Hazard. 



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TOlice is hereby given, that the Account Sales of the 
Schooner Pour-voyeur, and the Brigs Le Bourdine 
and Marie l.ouife, captured by His MajeJIy's Ship Au- 
rora, -will be exhibited in the High Court of Admiralty, 
turfuanl to A3 of Parliament. Jof. Trounfell. 

London, Januarj' 12, 1804 
TKTOlice is hereby given, that the Dividend di dared on 
■'■ * the Nominal Capital Stock of the Governor and 
Compant for -working of Mines, Minerals, and Metals 
in ihiit Part of Great Britain called Scotland, -wid be 
paid to the Proprietors on Thurfday the 26th Inflant, 
and every Thurfday thereafter till the Whole is paid, at 
the Sun Fire-Ojfue in Bank-Street, Cornhill ; and that 
the Transfer- Books of the f aid Company, -which are 
no-w Jhut, -u'ill be opened again on Thurfday the f aid 
26th Injlant January. 

Plymoiitli, January It, 1804. 

AjQlice is hereby given to the Officers and Cre-w of 
-^ ' His Majefly's Gun-Brig Monkey, -who -were ac- 
tually on board nt the Recapture of the Snow Orfova 
and the Brig Wi'.liam, on the zGth of November 1803, 
that liny will be paid their refpeSiv: Shares of the Sal- 
vage of the faid Recaptures on the 2 \fl of 'January 
I 804 ; and the Shares not then demnnded will be recalled 
ut the Office of J. and /I. H Steward, Great Yar- 
mouth, Norfolk, every Monday and Tuefday for Three 

Tears to come. 

■Firfl Claf, 

Second Clafs, 

Third Clafs, 
Fourth Clafs, 
Fifth Clafs, 





£■ 


/. 


d. 




- 


107 





10,1 




{ 


35 

'7 


'3 
16 


7I 
9i 






26 


'5 


2} 






'.? 


7 


7i 




- 


2 


16 


4- 




A. 


H. Steward, 


Agent. 



N' 



London, January 11, 1804. 
^jOtice is hereby given, that an /Iccounl of the N d 
Proceeds of the Salvage on the Bitfey, recaptured 
by His Majefly's Ship St. Lilian's, Francis Pender, 
Efq; Commander, on the l8/i /Ipril 1798, wid be re- 
giJLredin the High Court of Admually, agreeably to AS 
oj Parliament. 

Wm. Goodall and John Turner, for Fore, 
man, Graflie, and Co. of Halifax, Nova 
Scotia, ytgenls. 

Yarmouth, January 7, 1P04. 
fOlice it hereby given to the Oncers anil Crew 
of Nil Majelly's Gun-Brig Monkey, Lieutenant 
IVdliam Tatham Commander, that the /iKouut of Sal- 
vage for the Snow Orfova and Brig Ifilliam, recaptured 
fr^n ifsc Fi'inch on tie zClIl Z)i'y of Novemiei 1803, 



N' 



will be depofited in the Regijlry of the High Court of 
Admiralty agreeable to Act of Parliament. 

A. H. Steward, Agent. 

]\J Otice is hereby given to the Officers and Crew of 
■^* His Majefly's Hired Armed Brig Lady Ann, 
Lieutenant John Lake, late Commander, thai ihe Ac' 
count Sales of the IVafp, captured on the 1 3/Z1 of Ja' 
nuary 1 80 1, in Company -with His MajeJIy's Sloopt 
Favorite and Bittern, will be depofited in the Regiflry 
of the High Court of Admiralty agreeable to A9 of 
Parliament. 

A. H. Steward and James Harvey, Agcnlt 
for the Lady Ann. 

.Biiftol, January 4, 1S04. 

^^Oticc is hereby given, that the Copartneilhip lately 
M rui)!"iiling between the underfigned William Kinton 
anil Thomas Gil>l)S, in their fevcral Ilufiiielles of MalKicrs, 
Common Brewers, and Hop Detilers, carried on hy tlii p) in 
this City, nndcr the Firm of Kinton aiul Gibbs, was by 
mutual Con lent, ciiHolvcd on the 3d Day of OiTiobcr lad pall ; 
all Debts due to the faid Joint Concern are to be paiil to 
Mr. Kinton (he hai'ing purchafed Mr. Gibbs's Inteieft. 
therein) ; and all Debts due from the faid Joint Concern 
will be paid by the faid IVTr. Kinton, on .(Vppucatlr^n being 
made at his Conipting-Houfe at C'athay. 

fi^m. Kinton. 
Thomas Gibbs. 

NewcafUc-under-I^yme, December It, 1803. 

Notice is hereby given, that ihc Copartnerlhij> carried , 
on between George Mayer and Roliert Beiitley, of 
Newcaftle-undcr-Lyme, in the County of Statlord, Surgeons 
and Apothecaries, was this Day dilfolved by mutual Confcnt. 

George Mayer. 
Robert Benlley. 

January I, 1804, 

Notice is hereby given, that the Copartncrihip between 
John Edwards, fen. and Richaid Roffey, Taylors, at 
Wimbledon, Surrey, being this Day diHolvcd, J. towards 
returns his (Inccre Thanks to his Friends jiul the I'ublic 
for'nhc . paft Favours he iias experienced duiing a Pc'iod of 
Thirty Years, and refpefirully folicits a Continuance of the 
tame to R. KolTey, at Wimbledon aforefaid, by whom the 
iiufniefs will in future be conduced and punctually at- 
tended to. John Edwards. 

Richard Roffey. 

^r"HE Partncrfh'p between John .Stalile, William Tilbu'-y 
X and Daniel Stable, of Garlick-Hill, Wholef.ile Drug- 
j;irts and Chemills, was, on the ajth Day of Deccmbir hill, 
ililfolvcd by mutual Confent ; all Del)ts due fro.m the fold 
Rirtnerrtiip will be paid by the (liid Jolin Stable, who will 
rnnllntie to can-y on the fame Bufineircs at Cirlick-Kill 
aforefaid, and the faid William '4'illiury and Daniel Stable, 
at jSo. 64, Watling-.Strcet. Witncl's their Hands, this ytli 
Day of January i!i04, J"hn Stidde. 

IViiliam Tilbury. 

Daniel Stable. 

''P'HE Pjrtnerfllip lately fubfiHinj: betwixt William Ben- 
J_ frni, Ciervas I'cnfon. John He.'i ton, and John J'e^le, of 
Leeds, in llic County of York, Merchants, ui;<)pr tlie Firm 
ol William and Gervas Beufon and Co. was dilliilved by 
nmlnjl Content on the ifith Day of December IhfV, and the 
Debts will be paid and received at their Cnunting-Hfofc ; 
the lluliiicfs will in future be carried ',n 'by John I'eale, 
John Heaton, William Pcafc, and Thomas Bcnfan I'cale, 
under the Firm of I'cafe, Healon, and Pcafe : As witntfs 
our Handi, tltis nth Day of January' 1804, 

IViiliam Benfon. 

Gervas Benfon. 

J'ihn Healon. 

'John Peafe. 

'I'/m. Peafe. 

Thos, Benfon Peafe. 



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Jamury 9, ^8o4. 

Notice is herein- Kivcn, tliaf the Partiierlhip cariied on 
between us tlie iiiuleiiigncil John 'I'linii-T and David 
Rfibertlon, as Surgeons and Apothecaries,' in WonJ '.Street, 
CheapruK', under the Firm of Turner and Robertlon, has 
been dilHilved from the ^ill of Dcccml)er iSa.-!, by inutuai. 
Conlent ; und that all Debts due to or owing by iis on our 
T>artnei (hip Account \vill be received and paid by the laid » 
John Turner, at his Honle in VVood-Streit 

John Turner. 

David Roberlfon. 

Notice is hereby given, that tlie Partnerlhip lately fiib- 
firting between 'I'liomas' Hicks audllichai-d Hitivs, of 
New Alai-ket-Street, Birmingham, in tho County of War- 
wick, and William Soiuter, iif Red I.ion-Stnxt.'Cleiken- 
*'eU, in tlie Countv of Aliddlefex, i)i the Btilinels of Tea- 
(.'in-Makiug, carried on at ivirmingham, initler th*^ Fitm of 
'Hiomas and Rieliard Hicks, :4nd ini^ondon under the Finn 
of Soutter antl Co. was this Day difTolvcd by mutual Con- 
lent : That the Tr»do in London in future will be carried 
on by the liiid Thomas Hicks on Ids feparate Account ; 
and in Birmingham by the (aid Richard Hicks and William 
Stnittcr, in Paitncrlhip : Tliat the Debts owing by or to the 
faiil late Partneilhip Trade at Birmingham will be paid and 
received by the laid Richard Hicks and \\^illi:ini Koiitter; 
and that the Debts owing by or to the laid late Piiitnerlhip 
■Trade at London will be paid and received by the laid Tho- 
mas Hicks: As'witncls tlicir Hands the 2d Day of Januai7 
1804, 7 has. Hicks. 

Rich. Hicks. 

Will. Soulier. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerfhip lately lub- 
filting between George Grieve and Patrick William 
Burn, of Wapping High-Stret, in 'the County of Middlefe-x, 
Sail-Makers, carr^-ing on 'I'rade under the Firm of Grieve 
and Burn, was tlds Day dillblved ; all Debts owing to and 
by the faid Concerti will be paid and received by the I'aid 
Patricl: William Burn, and who will in future carry on the 
Bufineis or. his own Account. Witnefs our Hands, this nth 
Cay uf January 1804, . ■ George Grieve. 

Patrick IVm. Burn. 

Notice is hereby gi<en, that the Partnerlhip between 
Thomas Chapman and William Pitt, late of the Bo- 
rough High-Street, in the County of Surrey, Trank-Makers, 
■was dilTolved by mutual Conl'cnt on the iSth Day ol Oiftober 
lad; all Claims and Demands on the laid Partnerlhip will 
l)e paid by the laid Thomas Ciiapman, who is alio aiithoriled 
to receive the Debts owing to the fame: As witneCs our 
Hands, this 14th Day of December 1803, 

Thos, Ch^ipmart. 
William Pitt. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerlhip lately fub- 
(ifling between the underfigned Harry Alliby and Ro- 
bert Afhby, carrying on Bufineis togetiier in King-Street, 
Cheapfide, London, as Printers and Engravers, under the 
firm of Harry Alhby and Son, was dillolved on the 31(1 
Day of December laft, by mutual Confent ; the Debts owing 
to and from the faid Firm will be received and ,-aid by the 
faid Robett Alhby, by whom the faid Bufineis will in future 
b« conduftcd at the Prcmifes in King-Street aforelaid. Wit- 
-nefs their Hands, this nth Day of January 1804, 

Harry /IJhLy. 

Robert jljliby. 

Nottingham, January 1, 1S04. 

THE PartncrlMp fubfifting between 'William CliriUian 
and Ricliaid Hopper, jun. Hofiers, -of the 'i-'uwii and 
■ County ol the Town of Nottingham, was this Day dillolved 
.yby mutual Confent. Witnel's our Hamls, 

I IViiliam Chriflian. 

Richard Hopper, jun. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partneifliip between 
the undt-rfigiied Barker. Chilney, Jufi.di .-rpod;-, and 
.Thomas Wolle, in certain Quarries of China Stone and t'bina 
"•Clay, in the i'arilh of Saint Stephens in EranWell, in the 
■•'.County of Cornwall, and as Scalers in, or Venders of China 



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StoTie arid China Clay, in the StafTcrdlhire Potteries or elff- 
where, and earned on under the Finn Of Chilney, Spodc, and 
Co. or otherwitr, was this Day dillolved and put an End t<> 
by miiyial Confent; the laid Concern will in future he 
carrietl on by the faid Joliah ■»Spodo and Thomas Wolfe, who 
will dil'charge all jurt' Demands on the laid late Copartner- 
fliip, and to whom all Debts owing thereto are to be paid. 
D-ited the ;ih of January 1804. * 

'Barker Chifnty. 

,JnJiah Spode. ^ 
Thomas iVotfe. 

Nottingham, December 31, j8or. 
Otice is hereby given,' that the' PaitnerlWip lately I'uh- 
filling betw(?en Joi'cph Flewitt'and'Thomas Huckell, 
both of the 'I'owri and County of tht Town' of Nottingham, 
Surgeons and Apnthecarirs, is lliis 'Day diirolved by mutual 
Conlent: And all Pcilons wlio lland indebted to^ tb.e laid 
Partnerlhip are requcltcd to pay in the Innie without Delay. 

Jofeph Fkwitl. 
Thomas Huchell. 

IRISH I, 1 F E AN N tJ I T I E S, 
With Benefit of Suivivorftip. 

Notice is hereby given, that Payment of thf Half- 
Yeatly Dividends due atChrillmas lart, togetiier with 
all .'\rrears due to that Pel iod, will commence at the Houfe 
of iVIeflrs. Boldero and Co. No. 30,'Cornhill, on Tuefday 
the 17th Day of January inftant,irom which Day the Office 
will continue open for Payment of the lame, from the 
Hour of I'en in the Forenoon to the Hour of Two in the 
Afternoon, on every Tueiday, 'Wednei^ay, Thurfday, and 
Friday. 

The Debentures are to he produced, and alfo a Certificate 
of tile Life of the N.imince, otherwil'e a-perfonal Appear- 
ance of tlie Nominee will be required; and it is particularly 
requelfed that on the Dcniile of the Nominee, the Debentures 
may be delivered in to be tranfmittcd to Ireland, to render 
the Litis of Deaths complete, for the future Benefit aud Re- 
gulation of each Clafs: And as it is expedient that the 
eariielt Information flioulJ be obtained of the Occurrences 
whicli alfeC^ a Rtverfionary Propeity, where fo many Indi- 
viduals arc concerned, it is further requeiled of all Perfons 
who may dilcoverany Fi^aud or Impofition on thel'e Annuities, 
to give Notice thereof, with all convenient Speed, at MefTit. 
Bohiero'.^and Co. 

'I'he Public are requeued to take Notice, tliat, by the Afl 
of Parliament providing for the Payment of thefe Annuities, 
all Perlbns neglcOing lo demand the lame for the Space of 
I'hice Years, Ihali for ever iofe and forfeit the fame, as if his 
or her reljiec'tive Nominees had been dead at the Commence- 
ment of the liiid 'I'hree Years. 

Durham, January a, 1804. 
TTTHercas George Jvlowbray, late of Miln-Houfes, near 
V V Stanhope, in the County of Durham, Gentleman, 
died on the id Day of Afarch 1797, having by his Will 
given his Real and Perlona! tllates in 'l'rul> lor his Brother 
William Mowbray for Life, with Reiminder in Trult foi 
the CJiildrcn of his laid Brother, and diclaieJ, that if his 
laid Brother, or any illue of his Body, flionld not within 
Seven Years alter the laid Tellator'.s }'>eath appc^ir and claim 
the laid Elfates, then the fame Ihould he upon other Ttnllsj 
and he appointed John Startoith, of Duiham, WooUen-Ma- 
nufafturer, and Uilbert Siailorth, his Son, Executors, of the 
laid Will, who have proved the fame in the Prerogative 
Court ol Canterbury : Now, therefore, the laid W illiam 
IV'Iowbray and his Itliie (if any,) are lierebv required pei» 
lon.illy to appe-ir and eUim tire laid Real ami Pcrlcnial 
LIhiles, olheiwife they will be cxclmietl lH>m taking any In- 
tcrelf therein. 

Notice to ihe Creditors of Mr. William Denn. 

A1..L Perfons having any Claim ni^ -Dtjmand on theKf- 
tatc and liirectsof Mr. William Denni late of Purtpocl- 
Lane, in the County of Middlclex, Bre-.ver, dece.ifcd, arc 
dtlired to fend tin .'\ccount thereof to Mr. Bl.agr.ave, Solicitor, 
No..^'. Salilhnry-Street, Strmd, in-order that a Dilliibution 
of tiie l'.!:ale and E lleits of ' the (aid AVilli;.m Dcnn, m.ay be 
imdc r.rrongll hi- Creditors.- puil'uafit tea certain Indenture 
of AITipwmeiu, beating Date t-he J4th D;i-^ of.july 1801. 



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SUCTI of the Creditors of William BuJJen, late of 
Crcwkcrnc, in the Coiintyof Somerfet, Mercer, dc- 
ccaltj, who have not already feiit i„ their Demands, are 
parciail.irly rtquefted to Hoimmediatelv, either to William 

•day, Kl'q; theHAdminllfritor, or to MelTrs. Haydon and 
Beard, Attornics, erc*kenie,*s a Final IHvidend from the 
v.i'crts of the i'liA Dcccalcd is intended to be made on tht' 
lit of Febrojry next ; and iueh Creditors as ncglcft to lind 
in their Uctrandiby that Oav, wiU-be excl«df.l participating 
•Ji= ip.id Jiiieits. The Town Ciiditors will be paid their 

.JBividcuds thiough Mefl'rs.Bie> tell and White. 

' '7"*^'*^-' 9'*^''°'*°'' J"'"i'^I<'"-'on. late- a Captain in the 
JL .Service of the Honorable tali India Companv on the 
licng.il IJlabli/Ument, decealcd, are rc<|uefte%i to fend the 
I'articiilats ot their Claims, together with the Nature of 
their Jj(x:iirilies,'^if any,) to Mr. Jackfon, No. i, Garden- 
Court,. Temple, Solicitor to the Executors in Bngbnd, in 

• order th.it the I'amo may he examined and dil'chargcd ; and 
to whom all Petlons indebted to the did Elhtc are required 
to pay tlleir rcfpcftive Debts lorth\vith. 

^"'HE -Creiiitors-of Richard Di.<con, (Bankrupt,) deceafed, 
late of Piiiilico, in the County of Middlelijx, Builder 
and Carpenter, arc requeued to meet at Anderton's Concc- 
Houft, Fleet-Street, London, on Tuefday the i;th Day of 
January inflant, at One o'clock in the Afternoon prccii'ely, 
purfiuTit to .'Vdjournrnent, 

Tyf THereas Mary Couhte(4 'Dowager Cower, dcceafed, 
T y hy her Will dated the J9th of April 1777, pave and 
■ rfevUed .ill the Monies which fhe had upon Securities, or in 
;lic Public 1-unds, or olhetwile, after the Payment of her 
I'iehts and Legacies, unto Trullces therein-named, their Exe- 
cutofsor Admiaidrators, in Triiff, to lay out and invcfl the 
!imc in the Pnrchali: of Lands and Tenements of Inhe- 
ritance, fndi Lands to be fettled to the Uics contained in the 
f:iid Will; and whereas by ai> Order ci the High Court of 
Chancery, dated the 4th Day of Augulf 1803, made upi)n 
the Pttition of John Lt-vcfori Gower, Edwaid Levcfon Gower, 
andWSIliam l>eve(bn Cower, it is, among other 7'hings, re- 
ferred U) Peter Holfoid; Efq; one of the Mailers of the faid 
Court, to enquire whether there are any and what Charges 
or. .Incumbrances nlfeilirg; the faid 'I'mft-Monies and I'ro- 
ncrty ?■ Notice is hereby given 'to atU and evei7 'Peifons and 
I'crfou having any Charge or hicumbrance on' the faid 
Truft-Monics or Property, that tljcy are to coire in before 
the laid Marter, at his Chambers in Southampton-Buildings, 
Chancerv-Lane,. London, on or before the 4th Day of Fe- 
bruary 1804, and prove and make out fuch their Charge or 
Charges, Incumbrance or Incumbrances^ on the faid Tiiirt- 
IVIonics and Property, or in Default liftteof tiiey. will be cx- 
chulcd.the Benefit vf the faid Order. 

"TX/Hereas' hya'Decrteof the High 'Cotlr^bf Chancery, 
V'V -made in a Caufc of Townley and others againfl 
-Bedwell aid others, it was - amongll other Things) referred 
to Nich ila- .Smirh, Efq; -latr 01. e of the Mafters of the faid 
Court, to cnquhe whether Benjamin Robertfnn, of Stock- 
v.'tll, in the County of 6urrey, Ffn; deceafed, the TcllaVor 
'in 'he 'jiid Decree namtd, did in his Lifetime enter into any, 
»nd what Con't.iO nr'Contrafts for tlie-Sale or other Dif- 
■poijtitii) of any, a. d what Part ot Pi ts of his Heal Eftates. 
Af.} Pcrfonor Perfon^ having made an ^ fuch Contractor 
Coiiti.ifts with the (aid 1 ellat; ■ Henjamin Robertfon, is or- 
ate forthwith to<ome in before i^icholas Ridley, Efq; one 
of the Mafiers of the faid Court, (who fucccedcd the fa'ul 
"Mafter Smith,) at his Chambers, in Southampton-Buildings, 
Chanccry-I.a"e, l^^ndon, and mak-, out his, her, t»r their 

■ Claim or Claims thereto, or in Default thereof he, Ihe, or 
they wiil be excluded the Benefit ol the faid Decree. 

PUrfuant to a Decree of pis Majedy's Court of Ex- 
chequer, at Vieftminller, bearing Da:e the 21II Day 
of Jnly lad pafV, ni?.de in a Caut'e iiiiiiulcd Sydrnh im and 
• oih-rs againlt Maddock and oth.*rs, the Creditors (if any' 
of Samuul Foreflcr iijncrolt, late of fJuke-S'reet, Man- 
chrfk'r-.Squarc, in thefjouiityof Middlcfox, Kfc};deceafed, are, 

■ on or before tUc- I2th Day of February next, peicm;.lorily 
to come in be'orc-A .el Mcyfcy. Efq; D-puIy Remembiancer 
of ihe faid Court, and pravc-itwir Debts or in D;:fault thereof 

. ^hey will be exdudsd the BeiM^l efthc-^il Decree. 



THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commillion of Bankrupt awarded and iiriied forth 
againll Thomas Martin, of Coleman-.Strcet, in the City of 
London, and John Henry Ford, of Coleman-Strect-Buildings, 
in the fame City, Wool-Brokers and Partners; and alio 
againll James Edward Ford, of Coitmar -Street-Buildings, 
FaOor, Dealer and Chapman, aie lequelled to meet the 
Affignees of the faid Bankrupt's refpeflive Eftates, on Thurf- 
day the 19th of January inllant, at Two o'clock in the 
Afternoon precil'ely, at John's Coflec-Houfe, Cornhill, to 
take into Conlideration and determine on the 'Propriety 
of anthiJiifing the Aflignecs to pay all or any V'art of certain 
^ums chimed for Wages of the Bankrupts' Clerks and Ser- 
vants ; and alio to aflent to or dident from the faid Afiignces 
commencing, pcofecuting, or defending any Suit or Suits 
cither at Law or in Equity for recovering of any Part of 
the tiiid Bankrtipts' rcfpc^ive Eliates and Elfcdts ; or to the 
compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, or otherxvife agiei- 
ing any Matter or Thing relating tlicrctu ; and on other 
ipecial Afairs, 

rHE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commillion of Bankrupt awarded and illued forth 
cgainft George Cnok, of Old I'onI, in the County of Mid- 
I'lelitx, ijaker and Coal Dealer, are dclired to meet the fur- 
viving Alfignee of the faid Bankrupt's Eflate and Effefts, 
on Thurfday the 19th Day of this inlfant January, at One 
o'clock in the Afternoon, at the Wliite Hart Tavern, in 
Bifliopfgatc-Strecl, in order to alfcnt to or diflent from the 
liiid Aliignccs afiigiiing over to Thomas Braidwood, Efq; the 
.Mortgagee of a Fieehold Houfe and Premi.'"es fuuatc in 
North-Place, Bethnal-Green, the Equity of Redemption 
of the laid mortg.aged Premil<:s which are alleged by the 
I'aid Tiiotnas Braidwood, and which appear from a Survey 
and Valuation made thereof to be infofficient to fatisfy the 
Principal and Intcieft due on fcch Mortgage. 

1'^HE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commiflion of Bankrupt 'awarded and ilUied againfl 
WilU.im Tonng, late of the.Lordrtiip of Myton, in the County 
of the Town of Kiiigflon-upon-Huli, Brewer, Dealer and 
Chipman, are defired to meet the Aflignecs of llic t:i\ii 
Bankrupt's Elhite and &reCls on Friday the aoth Day of 
January inlfant, at Eleven in the Forenoon, at the Office of 
Robert Gallaud, Solicitor, in Kingfton-upon-Httll, to.alVent 
to or diflent from the faid Alfignees commencing, profe- 
cuting, or defending any Suit or Suits at La%v or in Equity 
for Recovery of any Part of the faid Bankrupt's F.ltate ; or 
to the compounding, fubmitting to .Arbitration, or otherwife 
agreeing any Matter or 'Fhing relating thereto; and parti- 
cliiarly to allent to or dilTent from the faid Alfignees ac- 
cepting a Propoful made by a certain Peribn, late of Myton 
aforefaid,* Brewer, to pay 5s. in the Pound ui>on the Amount 
of his Debts in. full Difcharge thereof ; and on other Ipecial 
Affairs. 

1"HE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
ComruilTion of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued dgainll 
George Tinkler and John Kific, of Mcard's- Court, Wardour- 
Strcet, Soho, in the County of Middlefcx, Lcather-.Sellers, 
are rcquefled to meet the AiTipnee.'. of the laid Bankrupt's 
Eltatc ami Eliefls on Wcdnelriay the 18th of January in- 
llant, at 'Jen in the Forenoon precifely, at Mi. Brown's 
Office, Little Fridiiy-Street, Cheapfide, in order to alien! to 
or dillent from the laid Alfignees commencing or prolccuting 
any AOion or AOion&-a4 Law or in Fqiiily for the Recoveiy 
of thcEftate and Llfcitsof the faid Bankrupts, and to their 
dil'poling of the faid Banitrupts' remaining Stock and Efftfts 
by public or private Sale ; or' to their compounding or fiib. 
initiing to Arbitration auy Matter or .'I'hing relating 
thereto ; and on otlwr fpcciol AITairs. 

■ I 
'■J "HE Creditors who have provtd their Debts up^er,a 
X Commiflion of Bankrupt awarded and ifiiicd ^^ainll 
Tbomai Perry 'I'uther, of Holhorn-Hill, in the City of 
London, Linen-Draper, arc reipieiled to meet the Affignees 
of thv laid Bankiupt's Edate and Efiefls on Wedncfdty the 
i8th of January intfjnt,at Eleven in the Forenoon .prtvifely, 
at Mr. Brown's Office, Little Friday-Street, Clieapfidd, hi 
order to adcnt to or dille^ut from the faid Alfignees commen- 
cing or profeeuting any Ailicn or' Atlions at Laiv or^^n 
E<iuity for Recovery ol the Eflate aiid^Se^s oithtiM 






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Bankrupt; atiii to tijeir diipofing of tiie faid Bankrupt's 
Stock and Etfccfls by public or piiirate Sale ; or to tlieir com- 
pounding, iuixnitting to Arbitration, any Matter or Thing 
relating thereto ; and on other I'pecial Arfairs. 

THE Creditors who liave proved their Debts vinder a 
Conimiillon of Bankrupt awarded anil illiied fortli 
a^^ainO: WiUlani Vaugban, of Pall-Mall, in tlie Pariih of 
St. James, Wcllminllcr, in the County of Middlcl'ex, Taylor, 
and Alexander Gerard, or Glouceflcr-Slrtfet, in the Parilliol St. 
K'lary-le-Bone, in the faid County of Middlefex, Merchants, 
Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners, are requefted to meet the 
Affignees of the iaid Bankrupts" Eftate and Effects on Wcd- 
Jiefday the i8th of Januaiy inftant, at Twelve at Noon prc- 
oifely, at Mr. Brown's Office, Little Friday-Street, Cheap- 
fide, ir. order to aflent to or dillcnt from the faid Afhgnees 
difpoling of the faid Bankrupts' Stock and EfleOs by publ'.c 
or private Sale, or otherwile ; and on other fpecial Affair^. 

THE Creditors who have, proved their Debts under a 
Commirtion of Bankrupt -againd Thomas Whalley 
and Jofeph Wilkinfon Vv'halley, iate of IViday-Street, Lon- 
don, Warehoufemen, are dcfired to meet the Adignees of 
their Eftate at the Baptitl-Head Qolfee-Houfe, Aldcrman- 
. bury, London, on Tburfday the 19th of January inllant, at 
Twelve at Noon, in order to allcnt to or dilfcnt from the 
faid AHignees executing a I^etter of Licence, giving Time to 
lai-ge Debtors to the Bankrupts' Eflate for the Payment of 
their Debts, in purfuance of Refolutions at 3 Meeting of the 
Creditors of ftich Debtors; and on other fpecial Afluirs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
CommilTion of Bankrupt awaidcd and illiied forth 
:^aijifl William Wilfon the Younger, of Hay-Park, in the 
County of York, Cornfaftor, Dealer and Chapman, arc de- 
fired to meet the Affignees of the iaid Bankrupt's Kflatc 
and EiTefls on Saturday the Jill of January inltant, at 
Four o'clock in the Afternoon, at the Horns inn, in 
Knarclhorongh, in the County of York, in order to allint 
to or difTent from the faid Adignees defending an Action 
at Law at the Suit of the Owners of an Elfate under Leatc 
to the faid Bankrupt, commenced againll them refpeifling 
tile fame; and alfo to allcnt to or dilfent from the iaid Ai~ 
iitrnees commencing, proiecuting, or defending any Suit 
or Suits at Law or in Equity for tire Recovery of any Part 
of the faid Bankrupt's Ellate and ElPeifls; or to tlie com- 
pounding, fubmitting to ^Arbitration, or otherwife agreeing 
any Matter or 'fhing relating thereto ; and particularly t© 
alTcnt to or diflent from the laid AlCgnees ielling or difpoling 
by private Contract or otlierwife of t'ae faid Leale and other 
Effeils of the faid Bankrupt at Hay Park aforefaid; and on 
ether fpecial Affairs. 

PUrfuant to an Order made by the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon,Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, for 
Enlarging the Time for Jolin Briggs, of Yarmouth, in the 
County of Norfolk, SlopfcUer, Salefman, Dealer and Chap- 
man, (a Bankiupt,) to hirrender hinifelf and make a iuii 
Difcovery and Difclofure of his Ellate and Eifedts, for 
Thirty Days, to be computed from the 17th Day of 
January inllant ; This is to give Notice, that the Comniil- 
lioncrs in the faid. Com mifTion named and authorikd, or the 
major Part of them, intend to meet on the 16th of Fe- 
bruary next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, l-ondon, 
where the faid Bairkuipt is rec^uired to J'unenflcr himfcit 
between the Hours of Eleven and One of tlie fiime Day, and 
make a full Difcovery and. Difclofure of !iis Ellate and 

■ Efieits, and finllli his Examination, aod tlie Creditors, who 

■ have not already proved iheir. Debts, may then and there 
. come and prove the lame, and afTtnt to or diflent from the 
. Allowance of his Certificate. 

)Urfuant to an Order made by theXight Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 

■ for Enlarging the Time for Lewis C^^hen, of Gower's- 
JRow, Goodmansfields, in-the County of Middlcfts, Leather- 
Manufacturer, Dealer and. Chapman, (a Bankrupt,) to I'ur- 

. lender himfell and make a full Difcovery and Dilclolure of his 
JEllate and Kffefts for Forty-nine Days, to be computed from 
the icvh Day of January inflant; This is to give Notice, 
that the Commidioiurs in the laid CommilTion named and 
-authoiilcd, or the major Part of them, intend to meet on 
^e.a8tU.Day of i'cBujary neit, at Ten •( lie Clock in 



e computed from the 17th of January inllant; This is to 
ive Notice, that the Commifficners in the faid Commillion 



the Forenoon, at GuiUIiall, London ; when and where the 
faid Bankrupt is required to furrcndcr himlelf between the 
Hours of 'Eleven and One of tlis fame Day, and niiikc a full 
Difcovery and Difclofure of hi:; Eftate and KlfeOs, and finrlTi 
his Examination; and t+iL- Creditors, who have not already 
proved tlicir Debts, may 'tht-n and there come prepared to 
prove the lame, and allent to or dilTent from the Allowance 
of his Certificate. 

PUrfuant to an Order made ty the RTght Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, I^rd High Chancellor of (Jreat B:itain, for 
Enlarging the Time for Hugh Moore, of Ironmonger-Lane, 
in the City of London, Merchaht, Partner with Thomas 
Moore, of Baltimore, in America, fa Bankrupt,) to furrendcr 
himlelf and make a full Dilcovi.ry and Difclofure of his lil- 
tate and Elfeils, for Foity-fix Diys, to i>e computed fvoni the 
14th Day of January initant ; This is to give Notice, that 
the Commillvnicrs in the fiid Commiflion named and au- 
tho:i;ed, or the major Pait of them, intend to meet on the 
jSth Day of February- next, at 1'en of the Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, I,ondon, where -the laid Bank- 
rupt is required to fnrrcnder himlelf between the Hours of 
Eleven and One o'clock of the fame Day, and make a full 
Difcovery and Difclofure of his F.lbte and Flfeits, and f.nilh 
his Examination ; and the Creditors who have not already 
proved their Debts, maythen and there come and prove the 
lame, and alfent to or diflent from the Allowance of his 
Certificate.* 

PL'rt'uant to an Order made by the Right Honorable John 
Liiid Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
for Enlarging the Time for Ilaac Henry, of Liverpool, in the 
County ot L.rncafVer, Shopkeeper, Dealer :>nd Chrpman, (a 
Bankrupt,) to iiirrender himlelf and make a full Dil'covei7 
and Difclofure of his Etlate and Effefts, for Fifteen Days, to 
be 

named and authorifed, or the major Partof thoin, intend to 
meet on the ill Day of Februai'y next, at Ten of the 
Clock in the Forenoon, at the Houle of Henry Forihaw, the 
Globe Tavern, in John-Street, in Liverpool aforelaid, where 
the laid Bankni]it Is required to furrender hir^felf between 
the Hours of Eleven and One of the fame Day, and make 
a full Difcoverj' and Difclofure of his Eftate and Elfefts, and 
finifh his Examination ; and the Creditors, wio have not al- 
ready proved their Debts, may then and there come and prove 
the fame, and alfent to or diflent from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfued forth againll John Gould, of Harvington, in 
the County of Worfelfer, Paper ManufaOurer, and he being 
declared a Bankrupt is heieby required to fnrrender hini- 
felf to the Commillioners in the laid Commillion named, or 
die major Part of them, on the 3d, 4th, and 25th of Fe- 
bruary ne.xt, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon 
on each of the faid Days, at the Crown Inn, in Evelham, in 
the County of Worceller, and make a full Difcovery and 
Difclofure of his Eftate and Eliefts; when and where the 
Creditors are to come prepared to pro\e their Debts, and 
at the Second Sitting to chufe Affignees, and at the Lad 
Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to finirtl liis Examina- 
tion, and the Creditors are to allent to or diflent from the Al- 
lowance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid 
Bankiupt, or that have any of his Erfe^s, are not to pay 
or deliver the fame but to whom the Commifhoners Ihall 
appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Cheek, Solicitor, F-veflianr 
or to Mr. BousSeld, Bouverie-Street, Fleet-Street, London. 

TT/Hereas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
W ilfued forth againll George Taylor, of Leek, in the 
County of Staliord, Shopkeeper, Dealer and Chapman, and 
he being declared a Bankrupt is heieby required to furreudcr 
himlelf to the CommilTioners in the, faid CommilTion named, 
or the major Part of them, on the s6th of January inllant, 
at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, on the 27th of the fame 
Mouth, and on the ijth Day of February next, at Eleven 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the George Inn, in 
Leek aforefaid, and make a full Difcovery and Dilclolure 
of his Ellate and Ell'eits; when and where the Cre- 
ditors aie to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chufe Afiignees, and at the Laft Sit- 
linj the iiiid Biuiki up: is required to liniili his Exaiiiiiiatiou, 



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ar.J the CnJItors aretq aOVpt topr^ifTcBt from tlie Allow- 
ance of liU Ccrtilicalc. All Pcrroii^ iiulL-tittd to the laid 
Bjiikiu;.t, or that have any -ot his Kircih, are not to pay 
or deliver tJie lauic Iml to wlioni the Comniillioners fliali 
appoint, liiit g'.ve Nutice (o Mellrs. ^^llls, Crulo.ana Jones, 
of Leik afurclaid, or to Mr. William 'I'ownicnJ, of Staple- 
Inn, I.oudon. 

Wilcrcas a ComniilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and ill'iicd 
forth againll John finan, of Wapping-Wall, in the 
County 01 Middleilx, Mall and Block-Makei; and Groc.r, 
furviving 1'artni.r in Trade with Richard Swan, at the lame 
Place, Block and Mall-iVIaker, dcecafed, and he being de- 
darc^I a BankrnpC is Iierchy required to fni'render iiiiuicll' 
lo the Commillioncrs in tlie laid Conunifiinn named, or 
the major Part of them, on the iift and i^th Days of 
January inllaiit, and on the Ijth Day of iehrnary next, 
at Tc.i of the Clock in the Forenoon on each ot the 
i lid Days, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difco- 
ver\ and Dili:lol'urc of his Kllatc and lifiecls; when and 
where the Creditors are to come prepared lo prove their 
IHbts, and at the Second Sitting to chnlc AlTignees, and 
al the lall Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to finilh 
his Examination, and the Creditors are to alicnt to or dillcnt 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Pcrlims in- 
dehtcd to the laid bankrupt, or that have any of hisiitrects, 
are not to pay or deliver the lame hut to wliom the Com- 
iniflroners Iball appoint, hut give Notice to Mr. Sheplicrd, 
Bartltt's-Buildings, Holborn. 

WFIereas a CommlUJon of Bartkrjpt is awarded and 
iliiied forth againll 'Ihomas Clayton, of the Town 
and County of the Town of Kingllon-upun-HuII, l*rinter, 
Bookteilci", Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a 
Bankrupt is hereby required to lurrendcr himl'elf to the 
CommilTioners in the laid Commiffion named, or tlie major 
Part of tlicni, on the 17th and 28th of Januaiy inllant, and 
on the 2jth Day of February next, at Ten in the I'orcnoon 
en each of the laid Days, at Guildliall, London, and 
make a full Dilcovcry and Dlfclofure of his Ellate and Ef- 
fects; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove tlicir Debts, at the Second Sitting tochoofe AITig- 
necs, and at the Lall Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to 
Boifli his Examination, and the Creditors are to allent to or 
dilTent from tlic Allowance of his Certificate. All Perl'ons 
indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Ef- 
fcfls, are not to pay or deliver tlie lame but to whom the 
CommiflTioncrs fhall appoint, but give Notice to Melfrs. 
Watkins aad Cowpcr, No 7, Lincoln's-Jnn New-Square, 
London. 
I 

WHcrcai aCommifiion of Banknipt is awarded and 
iliiied fortlv againll John Laurie, of Brsntwood, in 
the County of Ellex, i)rapcr. Dealer and Chapman, and lie 
being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to Itirrcrider 
himl'elf to the CommilTioners in the laid Commiilion named, 
ot the major i'art of tlitm, on the I.(th and jill Days of 
January inllant, and on the 1.5th Day of Fcbrnary next, 
at Pen of the Clock in the Forenoon on catli of the laid 
Days, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Dilcoveiy 
ind Dilclolure of his filiate and Effefts; when and where the 
Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chufe Allijnecs, and at the lall Sit- 
ting the faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examination, 
and the Crcilitors are to alleiit to or dilfeiit from the Allow- 
ance of his CertiH*le. All Perfons indebted to ihe laid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his Elfefls, arc not to piy or 
deliver the lame but to v/hom the CommilTnincrs (hall ap- 
point, but give Notice to J. and R. Willis, Warnford-Couit, 
Throgmorton-.Strect, London. 

TTTHcreas a Coniminion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
W iliiied forll-. againll John Green and James Lands- 
borough, of .Manchiller, in the County of Laiicallcr, Halicr- 
dilheri, .Shcjpkerp-rs, Dealers, Chapmen, and Coparturrs, 
and they being declared Bankrupts are hertl)y required to 
fnrrendcr themfelvcs to the CommilTioners in the laid Com- 
inilTion named, or the major Part ol tlicm, on the 30th and 
31II Days of January inllant, and on the IJlh of Keiiniary 
next, at 'I'en in tiie Forenoon on each of the faid I)ays, 
»t the Dtig Tavern, in Deanlgate, in Mancheller aloreliiid, 
and make a hill Dileovery and Dilclolure of their F.llatc and 
XliMi; »iieii aad where the Cteditois arc lo come pre- 



pared to prove tlicir Debts, atid at the Sccoml Sitting 
to chnlc Alfignces, and at the lall Sitting the faid Bank- 
rupts arc lequired to finilh thtir l''xaniinations, aud the Cre* 
ditors are to allent to or dilient from the Allowance of 
tlicir Certilicatcs. All Pevfons indebted to the laid Bank- 
rujits, or that have any of their Eti'cfh, are not to pay or 
deliver the lame hut to whom the Commillioncrs Ihall ap- 
point, but give Notice to Mr. Kn'ght, Attorney, Manchellcri 
or to M. Ellis, Curlitoi-Strccl, London. 

WHercas a ConnnilTion of Baiikiupt is awarded and 
iilued foiih againll Snniuel Tinniiv/ood, now or late 
of Pentonville, in the County of Middlelex, Currier, and 
he being dtclaicd a Bankrupt is hereby requited to liirreiider 
himl'elf to the Commilfionei s In the faid Convinillinn named, 
or the maj(>r Pait^of tliem. on the llll and aBlii Days 
of January inllant, and on the ajtii Day of rebrnary 
next, at 'i'cn of tlie Clock in the Forenoon on each Day, at 
Guildliall, London, and nijr.e -a full l')ii'co\cry and Dilclo- 
lure of his Ellate and F.ritits ; when and where the Creditors 
are to come prepared to prove thoir Debts, and at tlie Second 
Sitting to chufc Allit^nces, and at the Lall Sitting the laid 
Bankrupt is required to finilh ills Examination, and the 
Cret'.itors a;e to aflent t-.? or diflent fnmi tlie A!lo\v?.nce of 
his Certificate. All Perfons Indebted to the faid Sankrnpt, 
or that have any of his Efi'eCls, are not to pay or deliver tlic 
fame but to whom the Commillloners liiall appoint, but give 
Notice to Mclfrs. Pcring, Laivrcnce Poultnoy Hill. 

TT^Herea? a CommilTicn of Bankrupt is awarded and 
V > iilued forth againll William Bcati'on and Jolin Beat- 
fon, of Saint Mary at Hill, in the City of London, Mer- 
chants, Brokers, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copirtners, and 
they being declared Bankrupts are hereby lequired to fur- 
render thenil'elves to the CommilTioneis in the faid Corn- 
million named, or the maji>r Part of them, on the lid 
and 281I1 Days of January inllant, and on the i?th Day 
of February next, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon 
on each of the laid Days, at Guildhall, Tolidon, and make 
a full Difcovcry and Difclol'urc of their Eftate and Elfcfts ; 
when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to 
prove their Debts, and at the .Second SUtle.g to chuli: Al- 
iignees, and at the Lall Sitting the faid'Banknipts are re- 
cpiired to finilh their Examinations, and the Creditors are to 
allent to or dilient from the Allowance of their Certificates. 
All Perfons indebted to the laid Banknipts, or that have 
any of their Etfeils, are not to pay or deliver the liime but 
to whom the CommilTioners Ihall appoint, but give Notice 
to Meflis. Palmer and Tomlinlbns, Warni'ord-Court, Throg- 
morton-Strect. 

■TTT^Hereas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
VV illiieJ forth againll William Weblter, of Fore-Street, 
in the City of London, Linen-Draper, Dealer and Chapman, 
and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to 
I'urrender hinil'elf to the Commiffioners in tlic laid Corn- 
million nameil, or the major Paitof them, on the 19th and 
26th of January inllant, and on the 15th of February next, 
at Eleven of the Clock in the Foreiioim on each of the 
faid Days, at-<'»nildhall, London, and make a full Dilcovcry 
and Difclofurc of his Ellate and ElT'ccts; when and where the 
Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and 
at the Second Sitting to chul'e AITignees, and at the Lall 
Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Fixa- 
mlnatifin, and the Cieditors are to aHcnt to or dillcnt from 
the .Allowance of his Certificate. All Perlons indebted to 
the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Fll'e^s, are not 
to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the C<»mmilIioncrs 
Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mi. Filhcr, Bread-Street, 
Cheapfidc. 

"I TTHercas a ComniilTion of Bankrupt is awarde<! ind 
VV i'fued forth againll James Hamilton and 'Wiiliam 
'I'urkington, of Finch-X*ane, in the City of London, Mer- 
chants and }*artners, and they being (ieclarcd Bankrupts, 
arc hereby required to funencler themfelvcs to the Com- 
milTioners in the laid Commilfion named, or the major Part 
of them on the 17th ami iJ^th of January inllant, and on 
the a^th 01 February next, ai 'i'en o'clock in the Forenoon 
on each of the faid Days, at GuiUlball, X.ondon, an<l make 
a full Dilirovery and Dilcloliire of ibeir Kltaie and Kd'etts; 
when and wlicie the Creditors are to come pieparcd to prove 
their Debts, and at the Second Slicing tc ciiul'e Airignrcs,,i>od 



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at the I,»ft Silting the faiii Bankrupts iiie rtqulreJ to finifli 
tlieir Examination, and the Cieditovs ate to allent to or dit- 
lent troni the Allowiince of tiieii' Certificate. All PerCons 
indebted to I lie l^iiJ Bankrupts, or that liave any of their 
liliefls, are not to pay or deliver the i'ame b"t to whom thi; 
Comniilnoners lliall appoint, but give Notice to IWr. Hind- 
man, Dyers-Conrt, Aldermanbury, London. 

WHereas a Commiflinn of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ifTued forth againft Samuel Marllon, late of Saint 
Alban's, in the County of Herts, Corn-Dealer, and he being 
declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furiender himlelf 
to the Conimidioners in the (^iJ Commillion named, or the 
major Part of them, on the 17th and aSth of January in- 
flant, and on the i5th of February nc*t, at Ten in the Fore- 
noon on each of the faid Days, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Dilcovery and DiCclofure of his Eflate and Ef- 
fefts ; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to choofe 
AITignees, and at the Lall Sitting the faid Bankrupt is re- 
quired to finilli his Examination, and the Creditors are to 
alTcnt to or dilfent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 
All Perfons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any 
of his Effefts, are not to pay or dehver the fame but to whom 
the CommilTioners fliall appoint, but give Notice tO'Meirrs. 
Harvey and Robinfon, New-Square, Lincoln's-Inn, London.J 

TTTHereas a eommidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
VV ilUied forth againft David Maitland, late of Wigan, 
in the County of Lancaller, Walter Campbell, of the 
City of London, and William Wriyht, of Liverpool, in the 
faid County of Lancaller, Cotton-Manufafturers, Dealers, 
Chapmen, and Copartners, now or late carrying on Bufinefs 
at Wigan aforcCaid, under the Name and Firm of David 
Maitland and Company, and they being declared Bankrupts 
are hereby required to furrender themfelves to the Com- 
millioners in the (aid Commiflfion named, or the major Part 
of them, on the 6th, 7th, and 25th Days of February next, 
at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon on each of the 
i'aid Days, at the Houfe of John Duckworth, the Saddle 
Inn, in Vernon-Street, in Liverpool aforefaid, and make 
a full Difcovery and Difclofure of their Eflate and Ef- 
fefts; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chufe 
Allignees, and at the Lall Sitting the faid Bankrupts are re- 
quired to finidi their Examination, and the Creditors are to 
alfent to or dilient from the Allowance of their Certificate. 
All Perfons indebted to the faid Bankrupts, or that have 
any of their Effcfts, are not to pay or deliver the fame but 
to whom the Commiliioncrs Ihall appoint, but give Notice 
to J\lr. Thomas Blackllock, Fig-Tree- Court, Temple, Lon- 
don, or to Mr. Tliomas Murrow, Solicitor, Lower Callle- 
Str^et, Liverpool. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iliiied forth auainfl Benjamin Stephen Cuiling, of 
Portland-Place, Clapham-Road, in the County of Surrey, 
Stonc-Mafon, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared 
a Bankrupt is hereby required to furrender himfell to the 
CommilTioners in the faid CommilTion named, or the major 
Part of tliem, on the 21II and a8'.h of January inftant, and 
on the 25th Day of February next, at Ten of the Clock 
in the Forenoon on each of the faid Days, at Guildhall, 
London, and make a full Difcovery and Difclofure of 
his Eflate and Effects; when and where tiie Creditors ate to 
come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sit- 
ting to chufe Aflignces, and at the Laft Sitting the faid 
Banknipt is required to finilh his Examination, and the Cie- 
difors are to allent to or difTent from the Allowance of 
his Certifica.e. All Perfons indebted to the faid Rank- 
i-upt, or that have any of his Elfefts, are not to pay 01 deli- 
ver the fame but to whom the Commllfioners Ifiall appoint, 
but give Notice to "Melli-s. Gale and Son, Bedford-Street, 
£edford-Row, London. 

WHereas a Comminion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfued forth againll Thomas Dunn, of Trowbridge, 
in the County of Wilts, Clothier, Dealer and Chapman, 
and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby rec^uired to fur- 
render himfelf to the Commillioners in the faid Commif- 
(lon named, or the major Part of them, on the 30th and 
31ft of January inflant, and on the 25th Day of February 
next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Foteuoon on each of 



the faid Days, at the George Inn, in Trowbridge, in 

the County of Wilts, and make a full Difcovery and Dil- 
clofure of his F.llate and Ert"e(;ts; when and where the Cre- 
ditors are to come prepared to prove tlieii* Debts, and at the 
Second Sitting to chufe Adignees, and at the Lall Sitting the 
faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examination, and the 
Creditors are to allent to or dillent from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, 
or that have any of his'Iitre(fls, are not to pay or deliver the 
fame but to whom the Commifliouers Ihall appoint, but 
give Notice to Mcffrs. French and William?, Caftie-Strfet, 
Holborn, London, or to Mr. Stephen Williams, Solicitor, 
Trowbridge, Wilts. 

TH E Commilfioners in 3 Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ilTued forth againil John Bennett, late 
of Norton, in the County of Kent, Shipvviight, Dealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet on the 20th Day of January in- 
flant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at the Ship Inn, 
in Faverdiam, in the faid County, in order to receive Proof 
of Debts under the faid Commiflion ; which will be the 
laft Time the faid CommilTioners will meet under the faid 
CommilTion previous to the making a Dividend of the faid 
Bankrupt's Eliate and Etfcfts. 

THE CommilTioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ilfued forth againlf George Lofh, William 
Lofh, and John Dicderich Lubbren, of the Town and County 
of Newcaftle-upon-TyDe, Merchants, (trading under the 
Firm of Lodi, Lubbren, and Company,) intend to meet on 
the 28th Day of January iiiRant, at lUcven in the Forenoon, 
at the Shakefpear Tavern in New-cadle-upon-Tyne afore- 
faid, in order to receive the Proof of One Debt under the 
faid Commidion. 

TH E Commldioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarded and iHiied forth agaiuft Mofes Henry Mo- 
fes, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Grocsr, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the aift Day of 
January inflant, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoot), 
at the Stork Tavern, Birmingham, in the County of 
Warwick, (purfuant to an Order of the Lord High Chan- 
cellor of Great Britain,) in order to take the Lall Exa- 
ni'nation of the faid Bankrupt; when and where he is 
required to furrender himlelf and make a full Difclofure and 
Difcovery of his Eliate and Effefls, and finifh his Examin- 
ation ; and the Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, and, with 
thofe who have already proved their Debts, aflent to or dif- 
fent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 

THE CommilTioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ifllied forth againll Edward Afpinall, 
of Wigan, in the County of Lancaller, Calico-Manufae- 
turer. Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 26th 
Day of April next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Fore- 
noon, at the Houfe of V.'iiliam Hilton, the Sign of the 
Buck in the Vine, in Wigan aforefaid, (by Adjournment 
from the 'th Day of December lafl,) in order to take the 
Lad Examination of the faid Bankrupt ; when and 
where he is required to furrender himlelf and make a 
full Difcovery and Difclofure of his Eflate and Effefts, 
and finifh his Examination ; and the Creditors, who have 
not already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to 
prove the fame, and, with thofe who have proved their 
Debts, alTent to or difTent from the Allowance of his Cer» 
tificate. 

THE Comsiitlioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarded and iflued forth againll James Benfon, of 
Grevillc-Street, Hatton-Garden, in the County of Mid- 
dlefex. Painter and Glazier, intend to meet on the 24th 
Day of January inflant, at Ten of the Clock in the Fore- 
noon, at Guildhall, London, (not on the 17th of January 
inflant, as befoie advertifcd,) (by Adjournment from the 
24th Day of December lall,) in order to take the Laft 
Examination of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
he is required to furrender himfelf and make a full Dif- 
covery and Difclofure of his Eliate and Etfefls, and finifh 
his Examination ; and the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
fame, and, with thofe who have proved their Debts, afleut 
to or difTent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 



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THE Commirtioners in a ComniKK.m of Binknipt, 
healing Date the 20th of Apiil liioj, awarded ami 
ifTucJ forth againft William Every, of New Sariim, in tlic 
County of Wilts, Shopkeeper, Dealer and Chapman, intirnd 
to meet W1 the nth of February next, at One in the After- 
noon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Dividend ot the Kllate 
and Elfcfls of the l".iid Baiikruj^; when and where the Cic- 
ditors, who have not already proved their Debts, arc to come 
prepared to prove the f.ime, or tlrfy will be exclndeil the 
Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved 
will be dilallowed. 

TH E CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankuipt 
bearing Date the 6th of June 1801, awarded and 
ilTucd forth againll Rachael Dawlon, of Edward-Sticet, 
Portmaa-So,uarc, in the County of WiddlclLX, Milliner, 
intend to meet on the 7th of February next, at One in the 
Afternoon, at Guildhjll, London, to make a Dividend of the 
Eftate and Efllas of the faid Bankrtipt ; when and where 
the Creditors who have not already proved their Debts, ire 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they «i!l be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
pfovt^d will be difallowed. 

TH E CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
hearing Dale the 4th of December 1800, awarded 
and ilTued forth' ag.iinft Gaven Young and Gavcn Glcnnie, 
of ■ Budge-Row, London, Merchants Dealers, Chn.pmeN, 
and Partners, intend to meet on the 7th of February 
next, at One in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, to 
make a Dividend of the Separate Ellate .md Ktieils of 
Gaven Young, one of the faid Bankrupt;; when and 
where his Separate Creditors, who have not already proved 
their Debts, are to come prepared to prove tlic lame, or they 
will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Duidend. And all 
Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

THE Commiflioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
beaiing Date the ift Day of Oftobcr 1803, awarded 
and ifTued againft John Ralph Battier and John Jacob Bat- 
tier, of Gould-Square, Crutched-Friars, Mercliants, Dealers, 
Chapmen, and Copartners, (trading under the Firm ot Bat- 
tier and Son,) intend to meet on the nth of Fcbru.iry next, 
at One in the .afternoon, at Guildhall, London, in order to 
make a Dividend of the Hrtate and Efi'ecls of the (aid 
Bankrupts ; when and where the Creditors, who have nut 
already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove 
the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid 
Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be dilal- 
lowed. 

'~|"*'HF, CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrui.t, 
1 bearing Date the l8th of February 1800, awarded 
and ifliicd forth againll John Bale and Richard Packharnis, 
of Manthefler, in the County of Lancaftcr, Cotton-Spinners, 
Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners intend to meet on the 
13th of Febiuary next, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, 
at the Star Inn, in Mancheflcr aforefaid, to make a Final 
Dividend of the Elfatc and Efi'efls of tl:e laid Bink- 
nipts ; when and where the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
fanu, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the laid 
Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be dilal- 
lowed. 

TH E CommilTioners in a CommilTion of C.inkinpt, 
bearing Date the 28th of Februaiv 1800, aw.\ukd 
iflucd a^ainll John Bale and Richaid Packharnis, of Man- 
chcfter,° in tlie County of Lancalfer,» Cotton-Spinneis, 
Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners, intend to meet on the 
13th of February next, at Three in the Afternoon, at the 
Star Inn, in Mancheflcr aforefaid, in order to make a FiiKil 
Dividend of the Separate Eftate ind EfTcfls of the faid John 
Bale- when and where the Separate Crcdiiors of the faul 
John Bale, who have not already proved their Debts, aie 
to come prepared to prove the lame, or they will be ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be difallowed. 

THE CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, hear- 
ing Date the l8ih Day of Oflober 1801, awarUd 
and ilTucd forth atainft Peter Chamberlain, of the City of 
^oIwich, Lincn-Dtapcr, Deilet and Chapman, uitend to 



meet on the 8th Day of February next, at Pour o'clock 
in the Afternoon, at the Houfc of William Leach, called 
the King's Head, in tbc Parifli of Saint Peter of Mancroft, 
in the City of Norwich, to make a Fmther and Final Dividend 
of the FITatc and Elfe^ts of the laid Bankrupt; when and 
where the Creditors, who have not already pioved their Debts, 
arc to conic prepared to prove the fame, or Uicy will be ex- 
cluded the IJenefil of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then pioved will be difallowed. 

TH E Coniniidioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
hearing Date the 8tli of December 1801, awarded 
and ilUied forth againfl Thomas Blany, hte of the Eaft 
India Company's Ship the M'althamlTow, and late of Boveri?- 
Slreet, Wliitefiiars, in the City of London, Mariner, Dealer 
and Chapman, intend to meet on the 4th of February next, 
at 'Fell in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to ntakc a 
Final Dividend of the Eihtcand ElTeifls »f ihc laid Bankrupt; 
when and where the Criditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared (o prove the fame, 
ot they will be eidudcd the Benefit of ihe fiid Dividend. 
And all Claims not then proved will be dilallowed. 

TtfE C'lmmiHioners in a Commiflion of Bai.krupt, 
bearing Date the 28tli Day of January iSoi, awarded 
and ilTucd forth againIT William Tremlett, of Totncs, in the 
County of Devon, Shcpktipcr, Dealer and Chapman, intend 
to niett on the 7th Day of Felmiai7 next, at Five of the 
Clotk in the .\ft«inoop., at the Glolic Tavern, in tbc City 
of Kxeter, in order to make a .Final Dividend oi the 
Eltate and EtTeifTs of the faid Bankrupt; when and wJierc 
the Creditors, who have not already pioved their Debts, arc 
to come prepared to prove the fame, 01 they will be excludiui 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claimk not 
then proved will be dilallowed. 

'"I^HE CommKTIoncis in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
1^ healing Date the jilf Day of May i8o2, awarded and 
ilfued againIT Robert Copland, of Liverpool, in the County of 
Lancalttr, Merchant, intend to meet on the lOth of Febiuary 
next, at One in the .-Vfternoon, at the Globe 'I'avem, in John- 
s' reet, Liverpool, to make a Dividend of tlieErtate .ind Edecfs 
of the laid Bankrujit ; when and where tiie Creditois, who 
have not already proved their Debts, are to conic prepared to 
prove the lame, or t!iey will be excluded the Benefit of the 
faid Dividend. .And all Claims not then proved Will be dif- 
allowed. 

'("'HE CommilTioners in a ComniifTion of Bankr-ipt, 
Jl hearing Date the .5th of May 1803, awarded and 
iducd forth againd William l.aiukil, of tlie Borough of 
Berwick. upon-'I'weed, Sadler, intend to meet on the 9th of 
February not, at 'I'welvc o'clock at Noon, at Mr. Groige 
Dixon's, the King's Arms Inn, in Berwick aforefaid, to make 
a Firll and Final Dividend of the Ellate and EfTerts of the 
faid Bankrupt; wlicn and wlicre the Creditors, who have 
not ahcady |)ioved their Debts, are to come picpared to 
prove the lame, or Ihey will he excluded the Benefit of the 
laid Diviilend. And all Claims not then proved will be 
diliillowed. 

THE CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Banknipt, 
bearing Date the 17th of November 1803, awaided 
and illutd forth ajjainlf William Bunny, of OUI Grt\el- 
Lane, in the Paiilh of St. Ge irge in the EalT, in the County 
of Middlefex, Curlier and Leather-Cutter, intend to meet 
on the 4lh of Fe>iruary next, at 'Fen in the Forenoon, at 
Guildhall, London, ni order to make a Dividend of the El- 
tate and EtfcOs of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where the 
Creditors, who have not already proved their Dcbti, arc to 
come prcpartd to prove the fame,' or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the fiid Dividend. And all Claims not 
then proved will be difailowed. 

WHereas the afling Commiflioners in the Commiflion 
of Uaiikiupt awarded and ilfued forth agaiull 
George Lolh, William Lolh, and John Diedcrich Lub • 
brcn, of the Town and County of Newcaflle-upon-l'ync, 
MifchnntJ, (trading under the Firm of LolTi, Lubhim, 
and Co.) lave certified to the Right Honorable John' 
Lord F.ldon, J.oid H'gh Chanccll-ir of Great Biitain, 
that the laid George Lolh hath in all Things conformed 



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liimftrlf according to the Diieflions of the feveral Afls of 
Parliament made concerning Bankrupts: This is to give 
Notice, that, bj virtue of nn AH palled in tlie Fifth Year 
of His Ute iVIajclly's Reign, his ^'ertificate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as the faid A{\ divciis, unlcls C.iule be 
Ihewn to the contrary on or before the 4lh Day of February 
ni-xt. 

X X THereas the atfling CommifTinners in the Commiflion of 
W Bankrupt awarded and ilha-d forth againfl Curwcn 
Cale, of Tower-Hill, London, Merchant, Iniorance-Broker, 
Dealer and Ciiapnian, (Partner willi Rob'Mt Younghuflband 
and William Younghulband,) have ccrtiricd to the Right Ho- 
norable John i.oid Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Gicit 
Britain, that the laid Curwcn Gale hath in all Things con- 
formed hiniielf according to the Direftions of the fcvt ral 
AOs of Parliament made concerning Bankruptj;; This is to 
give Notice, that, by virtue of an AH pafTed in the fifth 
Year of-His late IVI:;jt'(ly's Reign, his Certificate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as tlie faid A(\ dircfts, unlefs Cauft be 
Ihewn to the contrai7 on or before the 4th Day of February 
next. 

WHereas the a^Ting Commidioners in the Commidicn 
of Bankrupt awarded and iiiued againft Edward 
Elakeway, John Rofe, snd Robert Winter, of Coal-Port, in 
the' County of Salop, Porcelain-iVtanufacfturers, Bankeis, 
Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners, have certified to the 
Ri-^ht Honorable John Lord Kldon, Lord High Chancellor of 
Great Britain, that the faid Edward Blakev^ay, John Kofe, 
and Robert Winter have in all Things conformed themlelvts 
according to the DireiTHons of the feveral Atffs of Parliament 
made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, by 
virtue of an Act palfed in the Fifth Year of His late 
Majeftv's Reign their Certificate will he allowed and con- 
firmed as the laid Adl direfts. ualefs Caull; be fhewn to the 
contrary on or before the 4th Day oi February ntxt. 

WHereas the acling Com-niidioners in the Commidlori 
of Bankrupt awarded and illued forth againll 
Robert Moon the Elder and Robert Moon the Younger, of 
Greenfield, near Colne, in the County of LancaUer, Manu- 
faifiurcrs, Merchants, and Copartners, have certified to the 
Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, J .ord Higli Chancellor 
of Great. Britain, that the faid Robert Moon the Elder 
3nd Robeit Moon tlie Younger have in all "ITnngs con- 
formed thcmfelves according to the DircClions of the fe- 
veral A(fts of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; 'Fhis 
is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an A£t palled in the 
Fifth Year of His late MajeKy's Reign, their Certificate 
will be allowed and confirmed as the faid Act directs, nnlcls 
Caufe he Ihewn to the contrai-j' on or before the 4lh of 
I'cbtuary next. 



WHereas the afling Commirtioners !n the Commiflion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ifTucd forth againll 
George Merriman, now or late of Stockport, in the County 
of Cherter, Dealer and Chapman, have certified to the Right 
Honorable John Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of 
Great Britain, that the faid George Merriman hath in ail 
'I'hings conformed himlelf according to the Direftions of the 
feveral Arts of Parliament made concerning Bank riipts ; This 
is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Art palled in-thn 
Fifth Year of His late Majefty's Reign, his Cehificatc will 
be allowed and confirmed as the faid Art direrts, unlefs 
Caule be Ihewn to the contrary on or before the 4th of 
February next. 

\T7Hereas the arting Commiflioners in the Commidion 
'V of Bankrupt awarded and idiicd forth againlf Sa- 
"Uiel Petrie, of Manchefter-Strect, in the County of Mid- 
dlcfcx, but late of Hamburgh, Merchant, Dealer and Chap- 
man, have certified to the Right Honorable John Lord 
Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the laid 
Samuel Petrie hath in all Tilings conformed himfelf accord- 
ing to the Dircrtlons of the feveral Acts of Parliament made 
concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, by 
virtue ot an Art paded in the Filth Year of His late 
Majefly's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
fiimed as the faid Art direrts, unlefs Caufe be (hewn to the 
contrary on or before the 4th of February neit. 

Heieas the afling Commi(Tioners,.in the CommilTion 

of Bankrupt av/arded and ilTiied forth againlt John 
Bailow, of Manchelter, in the County of LancaOcr, Grocer 
and Chapman, havs certified to the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Biitaie, 
that the faid John Barlow, hath in all Things conformed 
himfelf according to the Dirertions of the leveral Arts of 
Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give 
Notice, tliat, by virtue of an Art pulfed in the Fifth Year 
of His late Majelty's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed 
and confirmed as the faid Art direrts, unlets Caufe be (hewn, 
to the contrary on or before lire 4th Day of February next. 

WHereas the arting CommilTioners in the CommilTion 
of Bankrupt awarded and illiicd f.irth again!! Tho- 
mas Huichon, of Coleman-Street, London, Merchant, Dealer 
and Chapman, have certified to the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the 
laid Thomas Hntchon hath in all Things conformed himlelf 
according to the Dirertions of the feveral Arts of Parlia- 
ment made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, 
that, by virtue of an Art palled in the Fifth Year of His 
late Majefty's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the laid Art diierts, unlefs Caule be Ciewn to the 
contrary ori or before the 4th of February next. 



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^ubltfljcti l)^) sautljorir^'. 



.From ©atUl'Dap January 14, to ClICSDai! Jaanary 17, 1804, 



AT the Court at Si. y'luries'a, tlie '4tli of Ja- 
nuary 1804, 

PRESENT, 
The KING'S MolV Excellent Majelly in-CoMticil. 

WHEREAS the Time limited ' by His Ma- 
jefty's Order in Ciiiir;cil of the Twenty- 
fecond Day of June One iho iland eight hundred 
and three, proliibiting the tranlporliiig into any 
Parts out of tliis Kingdom, any Pig-Iran, liai- 
Iron, Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofln, Turpentine, An- 
chors, Cables, Cordage, Malls, Yards, Pjowfprlts, 
Oars, Oakum, Oker, Shett-Copper, 01 otlier Naval 
Stores, will expire upon the Eleventh Day of thi-; in- 
itant January : And whereas it is judjrcd expedient 
for His Majeity's Service, and the Safety of this 
Kingdom, that the faid Prohibition fiiould be con- 
tinued for fome Time longer, Hi? Majelly doth 
therefore, with the Advice of His Privy Council, 
hereby order, 1 equire, prohibit, and commend, that 
110 Perfon or Perfons whofocver do at any Time, for 
the Space of Six Months from the faid Eleventh 
Day of this initant January, prefnme to tranfpon 
into any Parts out of this Kingdom anv Pig-iron, 
Bar-Iron, Hemp. Pitch, Tar, Roiin, Turjjerainc, 
Anchors, Cables, Cordage, Mafls, Yard.'i, Bowfprits, 
Gars, Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval. 
Stores, or do flilp or lade any Pig-iron, Bar-Iron, 
Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofm, Turpentine, Anchors, 
Cables, Cordage, Mails, -Yards, BowfpritP, Oars, 

■ Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or other Naval iStores, 
or Ship or lade any of the Articles above-mentioned 
«n board any Ship or Veflel, in order to tianfport- 
ing the fame into any Parts beyond the Seas, with- 
out Leave or Permiffiou firft being had and obtained 
from His Majelly or Hit Privy Council, upon pain 

■ of incurring the Forfeitures intlifted by an Aft 
.parted In the Thirty-third Year of His Mnjefty's 

Reign, intituled " An Ad to enable His Ma^clty 
" to reftrain the Exportation of Naval Stores, and 
" more efFedlually to prevent the Exportation of 
" Salt-Petre, Arms, and Ammunition, when pro- 
" hibited by Proclamation or Order in Coiincih" 
Ent it is neverthelcfs Kis Majeily's Pleafure, that 
nothing herein contained (liall extend, or be con- 
. ftrued to extend, to any of His Majeily's Ships of 
War, or any other Ships or Vcflcls or Boats in the 
Service of His Majelly, or employed or freighted by. 



His Majcfty's Bonrd of Ordnance, or by the Cufn.- 
niilli iners of His iVTajefly's 'i^avy ; nor to prevent 
any Ship or Veffel from taking or haviijg on board 
fuch -.(Quantities of Naval Stores as may be .i;ecef- ■ 
f;uy fur the Ufe of fueh Ship or Vefi'el dutlnp- the 
Courfe of her intended Voyage, or by Licence from 
the Lord High Admiral of Great Bn'uin, or the 
Commiirioncrs .of the AJmiraltv for the Time 
being; nor to the Exportation- of the faid feveral 
Articles to Ireland, or to His Majeily's Yard^-or 
Garrifons, or to'His Mujelly's Colonies or Planta- 
tions ii; America or the Weil Indies, or to New-, 
foundland, or to His Majefiy's Fort.s and Settk-- 
mentr, on'llie Coaft of Africa, or to the lilsnd of 
St. Helena, or to the Briiilli Settlements or Faftorie? 
in the Eafl Indies : Provided, that upon the E>.- 
portalion of any of the faid Articles for the Pur- 
pofes of Trade to Ireland, or to His Majefiy's 
Yards and Garrifons, or to His Majefty's Colonies 
and Plantations in America or the Weil Indies, of 
to the Ifland of Newfoundland, or to His Ma- 
jelly'sTorts and Settleiaents on the Coaft of Africa, 
or to the'Ifljndof St. lleleiw, or to the BritiHi 
Settlements or Faflories in the Eail Indies, the 
Exporter:; of fuch Articles do firft make Oath of 
the rrue Deltinatlon of the fame to the Places for 
which they ilial! be entered outwards, before the 
Entry of the fame fliall be made, and do give full . 
and fiiilicient Securit},'by Bond, to the Satisfaftion 
of the Commiflioncrs of His Majeily's Cuftoms, to 
carry the faid Articles to the Places for which tliey 
arc fo entered Outwards, and for the Purpofes 
fpecificd, and none other ; and fuch Bond fliall not 
be cancelled or delivered up until Proof be made 
to the Satisfa£lion of tlie faid CommilTioners, by 
the Produftion, within a Time to be fixed by 
the faid Commiffioncrs and fpeeified in the Bond, 
of a Certificate or Certificates, in fuch Fonn and 
Manner as ftall be direded by the faid Commif- 
iioners, ihewing tiiat the faid Articles have been all 
duly landed at the Places for which they were en- 
tered Outwards: And the Right Honorable the 
Lords Commillioners of His Majefiy's Trcafury, 
the Commlffioners for executing the Office of Lord 
iHigh Admiral of Great Britain, and the I>ord 
Warden of the Cinque Ports, are to give the ne- 
cefferyDiredions. herein as to thero may refpec- 
:tively appertain. W, Faiuiener, 



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Lord Chamhtrh'in't Office, January 14, 1804.. 
NOTICE is hereby given, that there will be a 
Drawing- Koom at St James's 0:1 Wednclday next 
the i8th Iiillaiit, wlieii the Q»ecii'i Birth-Day will 
be obfeivtd. 



If^ar-OJficr, January 17, 1 804. 
City of Lincoln T'oluntcer Cavalry. 
William Hay ward, Gent, to he Cornet, vice Hctt. 
Rev. Thorn, IS Crown lo he Cliaplaiu. 
Joliii Hclt, Gent, to he Surgecu. 

RFid J.r.llAan Voluntr-r Cartnlry. 
Philip Dunilas, Gent., to be 1-icvitfiianc. 

Argylljhirt VoUir.itrrs. 
John Cumpbcll, GtiU. to he tiiiiyo, vice Colin 
Campbell, rciijjned. 

Argyll/hire Ailtlilional Vnlvnteeri. 
Thomas Conipbell, Gent to he I-ieutcnant. 
Gilbert Dciih, Gent, to be I'.i.liijn. 
Hugh Stcvenfon, Gent, to be Ditto. 

North Aruntlsll Voluiikc-s. 
Captain-Coinmandiiu Charl;^ 1 jiddiilph to be Major- 
Cominandant. 

Br:ag: I'j.'unlfcrs. 
John Tregear, Elq; to be Capir.in. 
Henry Carter, Gent, to be I.ieiiU'.iant. 
John Ro«e, Gent, to be Enlign. 

Loyal DaL-j J'oluntrers. 
John Gcldart, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
John Mangles, jun. Gent, to.be Kalian. 

The Devizes Loyal FoluiiU-er Battalion. 
Rev. James Lediard to be Chajjlain. 
Charles Gibbcs, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

ijl Battalion of Edinburgh Spearmen. 
To be Lieutenants, 
Archibald Crawford, Gent. 
William Braidwoud, jun. Gent. 
Cliarlcs Ritchie, jun. Gent. 
Robert Stcvenfon, Gait. 
John Cameron, Gent, 
riiomas Hamilton, Gent. 
Matthew SherltT, Gent. 
Adam Brooki, Gent. 
John Yule, GcuC. 

To be Enftgnj., 

Menzies, Gent. 

David Robcrtfon, Gent. 
Andrew Wilfon, Gent. 
John Grieve, Gent. 
William Woodhurn, Gent. 
John Ballantinc, Gent. 

5//; Forfatjliire Rt^imenl nj Volunteer Infantry. 
John Sturrocli, GcBt, to lie Enfign, vice Saunders, 
rcfigned. 

Fareham and Tichfeld Volunteers. 
Jcfit Mitchell, Gent, to be Eniign. 

Cillingham Volunteers. 
Enfign William Bell lo be Lieutenant, vice \E.C. 

Bucklaud, dcceaf(fd. 
Jofeph Rcade, Gent, to be .Enfign, vice Bell. 

Trades Batlalicn Glafgow Volunteer*. 
John Flyn, Efqj to be Lieutenant. Colonel-Coraman- 
(lant, vice M'Alillcr, refigned. 



Lieutenant William Rodger to be Captain, vice 
Morrifon, refigned. 

Enfign James Hay to be Lieutenant, vice Rodger. 

Enfign James La^v to be Lieutenant, vice Bald, re> 
fij;ncd. 

George Lyon, Gent, to he Enfign, vice Hay. 

Robert Hood, Gent, to be EnlJgii, vice Law. 

William Cooper, Geftt. to be Surgeon, vice Kirk- 
wood, dtceafed. 

Livernefs-fhire Volunleer Infantry. 

Long Ifland Additirnnl Company. 
Norman M'i^ean, Gent, to be I^ieutenant. 
Ale.\ander M'Lcaii, Gent, to be Enlign. 

South Letvis Volunteer Battalion. 
Henry Verrall, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
John Gartoii, Gent, to be Enlign. 
George Beard, Geivt. to be Ditto. 

Lovcden Volunteers. 
Peter Hodgfon Salkeld, Gent, to le Enfign, vicr 

Roper, inferted by Millake. 
John lleniron, Gent, to be Enfign, vice EUis, re» 
figncd. 

RaiTi/hury Volunteers. 
T. D. Perfe, Efq; to be Captain, 
Sanders Benntt, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
Arthur Meyrick, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Roffhearty, Aherd'jur, Tyrie and Strichen, aiiil Frafer- 

burgh Volunteer Battalion. 
Captain William Frafer to be Majoi-Coramanda:;t. 

Siilifjury Volunteer Infantry. 
Hezekiab Wyclie, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Shropfl:ire Volunteers. 
Adjutant F. Quarme to be Lieutenant. 
Noel Lloyd, Gent, to be Enfign. 
Arthur Downes, Gent, to be At\jutant, vice Quanne. 

Udny, Tarves, and Methlic Volunteers. 
Rev. Thomas Tait to be Chaplain. 

South Eajl Battalion of the IJlt of Wight Vulmteers. 
George Pedder, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Wilfontotun J'oluntcers. 
William Kennedy, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 
Wilkinfon, rcligued. 

Loyal City of IVivelvflrr Vtlunteers. 
Chriftopher Serle, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 
Gauntlett, refigned. 

Errata 
In Gazette of loth November iboj. 
Plymouth Dock Volunteers. 
For TliomaB Mumford, Efq; to be Lieutenant-Co- 
lonel, 
Read Thomas Mumford, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

In Gazette of 24th November 1805. 
Shropfhire Volunteers. 
For John Kynafton, Gent, to be Enfign, 
Read John Kynallon Corbet, Gent, to be Enfign. 

.In Gazette of 34th Ultimo. 

ifljieginient of Mid- Lothian Infantry. 
For James Cleghorn, Gent, to be Enlign, vice 

Thompfon. 
Ke.id Enfign James Aitchifon to be Lieutenant, vice 

Thoinplon, fuperfeded. 
Jame» Cleghorn, Gent. to.)x. £ol<gn,vice Aitchifu^. 



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SloiJi-port Volunteer Infauhy. 
"For Enfign Edward Tyler lo be Lieutenant, vice 

Parker, religiied. 
■James Nalh, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Tyler. 
Read James Nafh, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 
Parker, refigned. 



■ Commlffion in the Worceftcrftiire Militia, fi^tied by 

the I^ord Liieutenant. 
William Tolley, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated Ja- 
nuary 9, 1804. 

Commiffion in the Abcrdeenflilre Militia, figmJ hv the 
Lard Liiut i'uani . 

Jolin Baird, Efq; late Licutciiaiit-Colonel 53d Re- 
giment, to bi; Lieiitcnant-Coiuncl. Dated Oc- 
tober 21, 1803. 

CommiJp.Qn in the Hercfordfliive Regiment uf Militia, 

Ji^'ied by the Lord I ,::iitcniint. 
■George Lord Rodney to be Lieutenant. Dated 
January i, 1804. 

CommijpiM! figned ly the Lnrd Lieulcnant af fhe County 
of Northampton. 
To be Deput\ Liciiteimnls, 
Henry Duke of Bucclcugh. D.iied May -9, 1803. 
Thomas Lord Lilford. Dated as above. 
George Henry Fitzroy Earl of EuiloH. Dated as 

above. 
Charles William Montagu Scot Earl of Dalkeith. 

Dated as above. 
John Fane Lord Burgherft. Dated as abovcr. 
Sir Edward Dryden, Bart. Dated as above. 
Thomas Carter, Elq Dated as above. 
Juftinian Ifham, Efq. Dated as abave. 
John Engli(h Dolben, Efq. Dated as above. 
Charles Knightley, F.lq. Dated as above. 
William Hanbury, jun. Efq. Dated as above. 
Robert Andrew, jun. Efq. Dated as above. 
William Somerfet DoJbeii, Efq. Dated as above. 
John Kipling, Efq. Dated as aboie. 
John Plomer Clarke, Efq. Dated as above. 
Thomas Grant, Efq. Dated as above. 
John Capell Rofe, Efq. Dated June i, iSoj. 
John Charles Spencer Vifcouiit Allhorp. Dated 

June 5, 1803. 
George Francis Lynn, Efq. Dated July 25, 1803. 
Matthew Eafton Jones, Efq. Dated Auguft 1, 

1803. 
George Biggin, Efq. Dated Auguft 17, 1803. 

Covimifflons in the Northamptonfliire Militia, Jigned 

by /he Lord Lieutenant . 
Sir Richard Brooke de Capell Brooke, Bart, to be 

Colonel. Dated March 10, 17.^8. 
Samuel Ifted, Efq; to be Lieutenant Colonel. Dated 

as above. 
Thomas Samuel Watfon Samwell, Efq; to be Ditto. 

Dated July 21, 1803. 
Juftinian liham, Efq; to be Major. Dated July 7, 

.1803. 
William Somerfet Dolben, Efq; to he Ditto. Dated 

Auguft I, lijoj. 

To be Captanui 
James Monfon Phillips, Efq. Dated May 25, 

1798. 
X^dmuod Major, Efq. Dated March 7, 1799. 



Thomas Seymour Hyde, Efq. Dated OAober 3, 

1801. 
Edward Septimus Orme, Efq. Dated April ij, 

1803. 
Charles Knightley, Efq. Dated May 3, 1803. 
William Halton, Efq. Dated May 5, 1803. 
Lewis Hatrifon, Efq. Dated May 7, 1803. 
John Nethercoat, Efq. Dated June i6, 1803. 
William Rofe Role, Efq. Dated July 7, 1803. 
Ftancis Gore, Efq. Dated July i 1, 1803. 
Langliam Rokeby, Efq. Dated November Ziu 

1803. 

To be L.ieulenanls, 
Willi.im Sharp, Gent. Dated April 30, 1797. 
Thomas Vage, jun. Gent. Dated Mareli 3, 1 798. 
Jnini Williams, Gent. Dated OAober 1,1798. 
Benjanu'ii Sims, Gent. Dated January 14, tTQa. 
William Blenuevhairet Fairman, Gent. Dated 

March t I, 1799. 
Loien/.o Ball, Gent. Dated June 7, c8oi. 
John M. Molincux, Gent. Dated November 8, 

I Sot. 
Thomas Jellis, Gent. Dated April 4_, 1803. 
Joiin VVhitmell, Gent. Dated April 19, 1803. 
Henry Crols, Gent. Dated May 28, 1803. 
William Rickards, Gent. Dated Jiinei7, 1803. 
Francis Pettingall, Gent. Dated as above. 
George Manfel Shield, Gent. Dated July 20, 

1R03. 
William Hake, Gent. Dated July 23, 1803. 

To be Enfigns, 
Charles Sharp, Gent. Dated March 22, 1803. 
Thomas Hughes Ridgcway, Gent. Dated May 

28, 1-803. 

Commijfwns in the Royal Denbighfhire Regiment of 

Milhl3.,Jigned by the l.eri Lieutenant. 
Major John Lloyd Salu/bury to be Lieutenant-Co- 
lonel. Dated June 10, 1803. 
Captain John Powell Foullces to be Major. Dated 
a.s above. 

To be Captains, 
John Maddock Jones, Efq. Dated March 10. 
1803. 

Charles Gethin Kenrick, Efq. Dated March 11. 

.•803. 
Richard Parry, Efq. Dated July 28, 1803. 
Richard Butler Clough, Efq. Dated Augaft »#. 

1S03. 
Foder CunlifFe, Efq. Dated'Auguft 12, iSaj. 
Richard Lovett, Elq. Dated Augud 14, 1803. 

To he Lieutenants, 
John B. Carruthers, Gent. Dated March 10, 1803. 
John Davies, Gent. Dated March 1 1, 1803. 
H. Naili Bromvvich, Gent. Dated March 24^' 

J803. 
Stephen Nicholls, Gent. Dated May 25, 1 803. 
George Watldn Kenrick, Gent. Dated Auguft 

20, 1803. 
Thomas Brown, Gent. Dated September 25, 1803. 
David Lloyd, Gent. Dated November 1, 1803. 

To be Second Lieutenants, 
Robert Perrott, Gent. Dated June 6, 1803. 
H. R. Griffiths, Gent. Dated as above. 
M. Nelfon, Gent. Dated June 13, 1803. 
E. P. Davies, Gent. Dated Auguft i, i8oj. 

To be ^art0-mq/ler, 
Thomas Parry, Gent. Dated Auguft 25, 1803. 



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6arjhijpenjgtu.-i ly the Lor A LicuUnanl of ihs Coiinly 
o/" Not I iiighati), an.'l Torx'n and County of the Tozun 
■vc/" Nottint;Iiain. Daleii July i^,, I 805. 

Mi'TlioMiasWooUaJloii White, liait. lobs Dcputy- 
Ivitutcnant. 



WAR OFFICE. 
NoTict TO OrncKRs in tut Army. 
OrA'EIlAL Oflk-eis of the Army liaviiig rcprc- 
O'fcntcd that t)icy Iiave been required by the Al- 
Icfiois under the Proptily Aft, in the Ulftridts iu 
which tlicy are 01 have been ftatioiicd, to make Re- 
turns of their Mih'tary Income, in order to tlieir 
being afTed'cd for llic fame t:i fich DlRriftf, Notice 
ia hereby ^iven, tliat hH OiTicers of tlie Army, whe- 
ilitr on Full or Half-Pay, will he afi'cired for their 
Nliliiary Income, inidcr the Direftions of the Com- 
rriilioncri appointed by the Lords CommilTioners of 
ilio Majelty's Trcafuiy for alfefiing the Army in 
2^«>eral. 

Dated at the Wav-OfBrc, this 14th Day of Ja- 
nuary 1 8oi. 

J5v Order of tlie Commfffionerf for afrefliiig 
ttie Pay and Allowances of Ofiicers in the 
Arm\-, 67m. I-L:millcn, Clerk. 

Iiidructions for the Ouidancc of Officers i.i mak- 
ing out their Militaiy Income, are now preparing. 



IF 



Whitehall, January 14, 1804. 
'' Htreas it hath been humbly reprefented to tie 
King, that, on the Mottling of SutuLiy the ^ih 
Inftiint, fome cvil-difpofed' Perfmi or PcrfiKU JiJ ivil- 
rully and maMovJly jtt Fire, in Three Places, to the 
' Premips of Mr. Copland, • of Coleman-Streel, in the 
City of l.mdon, afur having ri/bbeJthe Houfe ; 

Jlir Majefly, for the beUer apprehendirg and bringing 
to jfajliic the Perfoas. concerned in the fiiid Felony, is 
L'ereby pleafrd ■ to protnife His vtofl grnciaus Pardon to 
any One of them (except the Perfar. ivho ailunlly fet 
Fire to the f lid PremifesJ <vho Jhall difeover /.'is or 
tieir /{ecom'phc: or Jccomplices therein, fa that he, Jhe, 
or they may be. abprehen^ed fitid conviSed thereof . 



C. A'ORKE. 

y?/T(/, at a farther iF.ncnttraiement , a Reivard of 
0J\'£ HUNDRED GUINEAS is hercly oferedby 
the Inhaiitarits <f the Ward of Cokman-Slreet ; and 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS by the .Corporation 
of the Royal Exchange /Ifurnnce, and the Directors of 
the Sun and P/.vznix Fire-OJlces, to any Perfon making 
fuch Uifcovery as afurefaid, (except as is before excepted J 
to be paid on *the Canviilion of any Une -cr more of the 
Offenders. 

Navy-Office, January 16, 1S04. 

THE Principal Officers and Comm'ffioners of His 
Maje/ly's A^avy do /nreiy give Notice, that th.-y 
they ivill receive Tenders until tVednefdny the 2$th 
JnJloKt, for the Hire of Ten Armed Cuttcis, (with- 
out an-i Limitation as to their 6ize,J to be. employed in 
His Majejiy's Service. R- A. NeUon. 

'Kavy- Office, Janur.ry 2, 1804. 
''J^HE Principal Officers and CommiJ/ionert oj His 
•* Majefly' s Navy, do hereby give Notice, that on' 
^Vcdnefday the 2^th Infant, at One o'Cloct, they -zrill- 
be ready to treat -with fuch Perfons as may be tuilling 
to contraO fur fupplying Hit Majefly' t Tardi at Dept- 



ford, Wooktich,- Chatham, Sletruefs, Porlfm^uth, ar.J 
Plvmoulb, with lira/.ie:s' and Fmmdcrs' Goods. 
A Form of the Tender may be feen at this Offiu. 
And no Tender 'will he received after T'u elve 0' Clock 
on the D.iy cj' Treaty, r.or any noticed, unltfs the Parly, 
or en Agent for him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfoii, Secretary. 

Navy. Office, January 2, 1804. 
"y^HE Principal Oflicrrs and Commlf/ioners of His 
Ma'jcfly's Navy do hereby give Notice, that on 
IVednefday the 25M of jfaniiary 1804, •«/ Ten 0' Clock 
in the Forenoon, Commiffmner Hope ivill expofe to Sal: 
at his Office in His Ma'jejiy's Yard at Chatham, fevirj! 
Lots of Old Storet, confiflivg of 

Old Canvas and Taipanlincs, 

Old Rojie, in Paper-Stuff, 

Sluikinps, 

Old Bultroiic, 

Top|)ett, 

AVkitc Ocham, 

Hemp Ruhbifli, 

■Old Tar iiantls. Oil Cadis, «:c. 
all lying in the (aid 7'ard, 'luhere ary Perfons, tfifhing 
to become Pnrchafers, may have the Liberty of vieivivg 
the fime during the common ivorhing Hours of the 
2'arJ, until the Day of Sale. 

Inventories and Con.lillons of Sale may be had here 
and .11 the Tard. R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy Office, January 5, )8o4. 
'/ ^H E Principal Officers and Cnmmiljmners of His 
Majefly' s Navy do hereby give Notice, that on 
Saturday the 2Slh Infant, at One 0' Clock, they will be 
ready So treat with fiieh Perfons as may be •MtUing t» 
cant rati for fnpplying His Maje/ly's Lards at Plymouth 
with Teams of Horfes. 

A Form of the Tender, tuith other Particulars, may 
be feen at this Offce. 

And no Tender will be received after Twelve 0' Clock 
on the Day nf Treaty, nor any noticed, unltfs the Parly, 
or an Agent jorhim, attends. 

•R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy-Office, January 4, 1804. 
'/ 'HE Pnncip>al Officers and Commiffioners of His 
Ulnjejly's Navy do hereby give Notice, that on 
Thurflay the H)th of this Month, at One e' Clock, 
they -.■.'ill be ready to treat with fuch PcrJ'ons as may be 
willing to contraS for fupplying His Majefly' s Tards at 
Deplford and Woolificb with 

Eirch Broom?. 
A Form of the Tender may be feen at tlit Office. 
No Tender will be received after Twelve 0' Clock en 
the I)jy of Treat;) , nor any noticed, ttnlcfs the Party.^ 
or an Agent for him, attends. K. A. Nelfon. 

Navy Office, January 9, 1804. 
'T^HE Princpal Officers and Commifftoners of His 
His Majefly' s Navy do htrely give Notice, that on 
Satureteiy the 2iHh Infant, at Une 0' Clock, they will 
be ready to treat with fuch Perfons as may be willing 
to contrail for fi'tilying His Majefly's lard at Pertf- 
mouth, with the following ArtiJej, vix. 
* Bricks. 

Tiles. 

I^ime Chalk. 
Slates. 

■ Oak Spine Heirt Laths 
Fu Ditto. 



THTr^finPrff 



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'Fir Laths for Ceiling. 
Cliarcoal. 

Ifle of Wight Rubble Stone. 
Culm. 
^A Form of the Tender may be feen at this Office ; 
j^ndnn Tender luill be received after Twelve 0' Clock 
en the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
ar an Agent for him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy Pay-Officc, January 10, 1804. 
PRIZE AGENCY 

Act of Parliament, 43 Geo. III. Chap. iCo. 
jNformatinn is hereby given, that, by the Section ^Jth 
•* of the above-recited Ait, all Agents appointed for the 
'Payment of Priae-Money arifng from Captures niude 
from the Enemy during the prejent War, arc required 
to tranfmit to the Trcafurer or Paymcijier tf His Ma- 
jefly's Niivy, London, immediately upon advcrtiftng the 
Diflribuliun m the London Gazette, a ivritten Notifica- 
tion of the Amount of an individual Sl'are in each Clafs, 
under a Penalty of One Hundred Pounds for each Of- 
fence, of ivhich all Perfons concerned are requejled to 
take Notice. William Afhby Latliam, Payinafler. 

Office of Ordnance, January 11, 1804. 

THE Principal Officers of His Maje/?y's Ordnance 
do hereby give Notice, that they ivill be ready ts 
receive at their Offii:, in St. Margaret^ s -Street, Wejl- 
■minfler, on the 2%th January next, Pmpofals from fucb 
Perfon or Peifons ■vjho may be willing to contract for the 
Supply of a conjulerable S^uantity of Timber, Plank, 
and otiicr Articles {tin Whole of luhich mu/l^ be of 
Englifij GroTuth and prime S^iality), required in the 
Courfe of the Tear for the Service of the Royal Car- 
riage Department at Woolwich, where every Particular 
as to the De/cription and ^la/ity »f the Articles, as well 
As the Proportion and Periods of Delivery, mnv be 
Ino'nm bv Application to Colonel Page, or (J^l, er be/ung- 
ing to the Royal Carriage Department. The Paymetit 
to take place in Three Months fubfrqueni to the ^larter 
in which the Certificate from the re/peciive Officers oj the 
Warren, expreffing that the Articles have hten received 
and approved of, Jhall be be delivered into fthe Office of 
the Surveyor-General at the Tower. No Propofals 
luill be received after the 2S th January, r.or can any 
be admitted which dees not offer for the li'hole of l/je 
Articles required^ and it is expecled tlxit each Perfon 
•will give ftjfficient Security for the Fuljihnent of the ■ 
Contract, as .well as deliver^Vis Propofals feakd up, and 
CKpreJed on the Out fide, " Propofals far the Supply of 
Timber for the Royal Carriage Dcfarlmeit at IVool- 
luich." By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Crew, Secretary. 



Office of Ordnance, Weftmiiifter, 
Jan. 13, 1804. 
'J^HE Principal O^.cers of His Majejlfs Ocdnance 
■* do hereby give Notice, that Propojals will be re- 
ceive.l at their Office in St. Margaret-Street, Wejlmin- 
fier, on or before 'TJjurfday the ZNh Infant, frmnfich 
Perfoits as may be willing to undertake the Supply oJ 
lielmets and Caps /or the Service of-the different Corps 
wider the Diredion of this Department. 

Patterns of the Articles to be fuppUed may be viewed 
upon Application at the Principal .Storekeeper's Office at 
the Tower ; and the Terms and Conditions of the Con- 
Unci may be Inown at tie Secretary'/ Office in St. Mar- 

f90. 15666. B 



garet-Strei't aforefa'id, any Day between the Hours nf 
Ten and Four 0' Clock, where the Proffuls are to be 
delivered fealed up, and marked on the Outjide, " Pro- 
pofals for the Supply of Helmets and Caps ;" but no 
Propofal can be atlmitted after the fa, ,1 26th Inflant. 
By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Crew, Secretary. 

Eachequer-Bill Ojffire, Jan. 13, 1804. 
All Exchequer-Bills dated in February 1803, 

TO BE PAID OFF. 

"T^HE Lords Commijfioners of His Majefly's Trea- 
'- fury having given Dire&ions for fniying off the 
Principal of the abovementionrd Exchequer-Bills, with 
the IntcrcJl thereon, at the Exchequer- Bill Office in St. 
Alargaret's- Street, between the Two Palare-Tards, 
Wefiminjler, -on Saturday the 28th Day of January 
1804, Attendance will be given daily f Sundays ard 
Holidays excepted) until Tuefday the 24/i Inflant, in- 
chifive, from Ten 0' Clock in the lilorning till One in the 
Afternoon, for the Purpofe of receiving the fame : And, 
for the greater Dtfpatck, the Bearers of the faid Billi 
are dcfired to bring Lifls thereof, containing \he Numben 
in Numerical Order, according to the Value of the faid 
Bills and Times of Commencement of Interefi, with the 
Principal Sums and Interefi due thereon, computed from 
the Days on which they are refpedively dated, exclufive to 
the faid zS th of January inclufive, when the Interefi will 
ceafe ; and they are defired to write their Names ard 
Places of Jbode onfucb Lifls, ar.d indorfe their Namet 
on the faid Bills. 

If any of the Holders of the aforefaid Bills Jhould be 
dejirous of receiving Payment of the Principal ar.d Ir- 
tereft, previous to the faid 28th Day cf Jar.uary, they 
may be accorrmodated, on computing the Interefi to the 
Day on which they tin/h to be paid, and leaving the faid 
Bills for Examination Une Day prior thereto. 

N. B. All Exchequer- Bills dated prior to February 
1 803 have been advertifed to be paid^, aid the Ir.lerefl 
thereon 'has ceafed. 

OFFICE FOR TAXES, SOMERSET 

PLACE. January 17, 1804. 

nUrJ'uani to an A^ faffed in the Forty fecond Year 

^ of Hit prefent Majejly'j Reign, Notice is hereby 

given. That the Price of Three per Centum Reduced 

Bank Annuities, fold at the Bant of I'.rgland on this 

Day, was ff.-^S and under £.1^6 per Centum. 

By Order sfthe Commijftoners for the Affairs of Taxes, 

Matthew Winter, Secretary. 

STAT"E LOTTERIES. 

Stamp-Office, Somerfet-PIace, Jau. 7, ■t?04- 

ZJIS Majefly's Commiffioners for managing th: 

^■^ Stamp-Duties do hereby give Notice, that the Joi- 

lowing are the Perfoni who are duly licenfed by them. 

for felling Ticietsin Ike prefent StcJc-Lotteries: 

mill 'I'liomas, No. 4, Cornliill, No. 9, Cliaring-Crofs^ CitJti 
of Eduibiirgh, Gloiicettcr, an i Roclit- Olt ; 'I'mvns of M^a- 
chtftci, Mjijjac, and King(ton-upon-Hutl. 

Brsnlcomti Jiimcs, No. 11, Holborn, No. j;, Coinliilli Citiet 
of Kiiinburgl), Glouc^itcr, CoveDtty, Nonvich, Salif^ury, 
Chrcliiltcr, Chiilter, York, Bath, Brindl, Kxtter, WtlU, 
V.'inchellcr, Worccftrr, Aberdeen, and Olaignw ; "^'owns 
of Reading, Birmingham, Bury St. Edmunds, Golport, 
Kingrton-upon-HuU, Lynn, Dutniiics, Bollon, Newark, 
Northampton, rortfea, i'lymoutb, Stiniford, 'Cliatham, 
Beverley, Dorcheficr, Dundee, Newport Pagncll, Newport, 
Ifle of Wight, Sherborne, Weymouth, Wolverhampton, 
Bridgcwattr, Marlborotrgh, Yarmouth, IJvcrpool, J^aa- 
cafter, NewcalU^-upen-'I ync, and Slirewfbury. 



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Bi-jckfliaw John anJ Capcl John. Royil Eiclnn^e, Coniliill. 

Carroll John, No. l6, Oiiord-Slrcel, and Town of Muh- 
chcftcr. 

Carter William, No. S.Chating-Crofs. 

Downs Peter, No. Si, Ncwjjale-.Strcct. 

l)n\mmoiiil Alexander, No. 65, 1-lcct-Street. 

Harriion Sarah and Brooke William, No. 237 Piccadilly. 

Hai3rd.,Robcrt, Uurne Thomas, WariKr Edward, Burnc Tho- 
mas the voungcr, and Warner I'homas Courtcnay, Royal- 
txchanicc Co;"nhiU. 

Hodges Ricliard, No. 149, Oxford-Street, No. 44, St. J.imes'5- 
Strcet ; City of Lincoln ; Towns of Huntingdon, Nottinpr- 
liani, Porti'moiitli, Brighthclnilh-ne, Plymouth, and Don- 
cafter. 

Hodjres William, No. 117, Pall-Mall. ' , 

Hoin(hy rh.)mas. Cornhill ; Cities of Canterbury, Chefter, 
Exeter, Worceller, York, Coventr^•, Norwich. Bath, and 
Hereford; Towns of South,impt' :i, l-iverpool,'l'annton, 
Lvnn, Dcil, Swaoka, Uciby, Oolport, Maldllonc, Shaftf- 
biiiv, l.eed.s, Wifbeich, Sheffield, Ncwe-allle-uponTyne, 
•Lancarter, Birmingham, Kendal, and Plymouth. 

Jacklon Ricliard, Pope's Head Alley, Cornhill. 

Johnlbn John, Pope's Head Alley, Cornhill. 

Maiter tdward, i^o. I, Great IMazia, Covent-Garden. 

Nicholfon William, No. 88, Corticr of the Royal-Kxchanjic, 
Cornhill ; City of Bath ; Towns of Leeds, Brecon, and 
Ramf(jate. 

Norton James and Norton James, jun. ^cy of Briftol. 

Pope Simeon, No 12, Cartle-Allcy, Royal-Exchange. 

Porter James, No. 14, Parliament Street. 

Richardfon Peter, Goodluck Elizahcth, and Arnnll Gcorjre, 
' Cornhill and Charing-Ciols; Cities of Norwich, Batli, 
Canterbury, 6lonceller, 3nd Lxctcr ; Towns of Notting- 
ham, Sherhorne, Leicelicr, Manclicller, Colchcllcr, Liver- 
pol, Southampton, Reading, Pocle, Leeds, Shrewlhury 
Portfea, Kingllon-upon-Hull, Plymouth-Dock, NewcallW- 
upon-Tyne, Hadlcigh, and Wakefield. 

Roberts Thomas, No. 8, Cornhill. 

Scott George, No. 75, New Bond-Street. 

Stewart Joiin, No. 121, Oxford-Street. 

Swift Thomas, and Gandon John, Poultry ; Cities of Briflol, 
Canterbury, Chiol>cl>er, Noiwich, Bjth.GlouccOer, York, 
and Glalgow; Towns of Birmmnham, Liverpool, Leeds, 
"Windlor, Derby, Sheffield, Le'icclkr, Ncwcalile-npon- 
Tyne, Kingllon-upon-HuU, Stamlord,Whitehaven, Man- 
che(lcr,and Ipfv.ich. 

Thomfon John, and c;iles Arthur, City of Edinburgh, 

Turner George, No. 59, Bifhoplgatc-Strcet. 

Vvhite John, and )'0f rell -Daniel, City of Edinlnngh. 

By the Afl of i,ld Geo. 3. fA. 91 . // is rnaSleit, that 

tio Per/on Jhall keep an OJuc for t/ea/in^ in Tickets am! 

Shares, •without having ftrjl obtained a Licence for 

thai Purpofe. «-. , i 

By the fame AB it Is enaSeil, that all Tickets dc- 

pofiteJ -with the Receiver- General of this Revenue for 

the Purpofe of Icing fold into Shares, and -which fli all 

be dra-wn Frizes of $c I. or undlr, jhall remain Three 

Days, and all Prizes of lOol. and up-wardi, flxdl 

remain Fourteen Days in /his O/lice uflcr the feme Jhtdl 

te drawn, in orfler that the Share Holders may ha-vt 
Time to give Notice to the faid Receiver Grneral, not to 
deliver Juch Prize Tickets out of his Cujlody until the 
Shares are paid or falisfied. 

yind that no Rueipt for any Ticket depnfilcd as 
aforefaid, fliall he transferable, nor the Interejl or Pi o- 

perty therein ajfgnaltc in any Manner -whulfoever. 
By Order of the Commijfioners, 

C. E. Jieresford, Secretary. 



N'- 



Adtnii-alty-Office, December l6, 1803. 
rOtice is hereby given, that a iejion of Oyer and 
Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the Trial of Of- 
fences comnulted on the High Seas, ■within the Jurif 
diaion of the jidmiralty of England, -J'ill be held at 
Juflice Hall, in the Old Bailey, London, on^ Friday 
the 20/i of January next, at Eight o'clock in the 
Morning. EvAN Nefeas. 



jyjOtice IS hereby given, that ait Account of Sales of 
the La Furet French Privateer, captured by His 
Majelly's Ship Conflance, in Company with the Minx 
and Efcort Gun-Vejfels, will be di livered iiUi) the Regijiry 
of the Admiralty, agreeably to yiel of Parliament. 

A. H. Steward and W. E. Cook, Agents. 

Yarmotuh, January 7. 1804. 
jyjOtice is hereby given to the O/ficers and Crew 
^ of His Majefly's Gun-Brig Monkey, Lieutenant 
IVilliam Talham Commander, that the Account of Sal- 
vage for the Snow Orfova and Brig IVUliam, recaptured 
from the French on the zdth Day of November 1 803, 
will be dcpofned in the Regi/iry of the High Court of 
Admiralty agreeable to A3 of Parliament. 

A. H. Steward, Agent. 

AjOtiee is hen by given to the Officers and Crew of 
■^' His Majefly's Hired Arm^d Brig Lady Ann, 
Lieutenant 'John Lake, late Commander, that the Ac- 
count Sales of the IVafp, captured on the lith of Ja- 
nuary 1801, in Company with His Majefly's Sloops 
Favorite and Bittern, will be dcjinfiteil in the Regijiry 
of the High Court of Admiralty agreeable to AS of 
Parliament. 

A. H. Steward and James Harvtfy, Agentt 
for the Lady Ann. ^ 

London, January 11, 1804. 
AjOtice is herelv given, that an Account of the Net 
^ ' Proceeds of the Salvage on the Belfey, recaptured 
by His Majefly's Ship St. Alban's, Francis Pender, 
Efq; Commander, on the iH/h April 1 798, wid be re- 
gi/leredin the High Court cf Admiralty, agreeably to AS 
of Parliamtr.t. 

Win. Gooflall and Jolin Turner, for Fore- 
man, Graflie, and Co. of Halifax, Nova 
Scotia, Agents. 

\jOtlee is hereby given, that the Account Sales of the 
^ ' Schooner Pour-voyeur, and the Brigs Le Bourdine 
and Marie Louife, captured by His Majefly's Ship Au- 
rora, will be exhibited in the High Court of Admiralty, 
purfuant to Act of Parliament. Jof. Trounfell. 

January ij, 1804. 
rT/Hereas His Majefly has been gracioufly pleafed to 
"^ order, that the Proceeds of fundry Articles of 
Provifwns, Merchandize, Stores, and Property afloat, 
captured at the Jflands of St. Bartholomew, St. Martin, 
St. Thomas, and St. Croix, between the I ^ih Day of 
March 1801 and the -Jth Day of April following, on 
jhe Expedition under Lieutenant General Trigge and 
Admiral Duckworth, fhould be diflributed to fuch Part 
of the Army and Navy as were prefent at the f lid Cap- 
tures ; and whereat the following Ships only l>a>oe been 
returned to the Agents at prefent, and claiming lojhare 
for the fame ; vix, 

J.cvlalhan, Hornt^, Ant^romcda, 

Diana, Arab, Calcutta, 

Unite, Soiitliampton, Amphitrite, 

Proftlyte, Guacbapin, Fanny, 

Coromandel, L'Eclair, Drake; 

Notice is hereby given to the Captain or Oncers of any 
of His Majejly'i Ships or Armtd Vejfcls who wae 
prefent at the faid Captures, and are not named in the 
Joregoing Liji, that they. may lay in their Claim tojharc 
for the faid Captures to Mr. Marmaduke Peacucke, 
No. 23, Birehin Lane, London, before the Expiration 
of Six Months from the Dale hereof, or a Di/lributiod 
will be made without Regard to their Inlerifl. 

G. Glcdftanes and Marm. Peacocke, yjgenu: 



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Notice is heteby given, tliat the Partneilllip between 
Thomas Brooke, of Cleckheaton, in the Parilh of 
Bii (lall, in the County of Yoik, and Sinnicl Taylor, of the 
^ame Place, Woolilaplers, is dilTolved by mutual Coni'cnt ; 
and that all Ptrfons wlio now ftjind indebted to the iaid C'o- 
partnerfl)ip are to. pay the fame to the laid Thomas Brooke ; 
and that all Debts due from the laid CopartnerOiip will lie 
4iicharged by the faid Thomas Brooke: As witnofs their 
^lancU this 4th O^y-oi January 1804, 

Tios. Brooke, 
Sam. Taylor. 

London, January 14, 1804. 
r I 'tTE Partnerdiip between Jofcph Harrifon, JofcphHen- 
J. derfon, and John Henderlon, carried on undfr the 
Firm of Harrifon, Henderfon, and Co. was this Day ditlolved 
by mutual Confent; all Debts due to and owing by thcij- 
r.llate will be received and paid by the faid Jofeph Hen- 
derlon, at No. 44, Old Change. yofeph Harrifon. 

Jofeph Henderfon. ■ 
yohn Henderfon. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerlhip lately car- 
ried on at No". 104, Minories, London, between Ann 
Fawcett and John Scarr, Lincn-Drapers, was mutually dif- 
folved on the 31 (l December 1803 : All Perfons indebted to 
tbe faid Copsrtnerlhip are requelled to pay their refpeilive 
Debts to Benjamin iSinkinfon, who is duly authorifed to re- 
ceive and give Difebarges for the famej and all PcrfoMs 
having any Claims or Demands on the faid Copartucrlhip 
are defivcd to fend Particulars of their refpeiftive Demands to 
tlie faid Benjamin Sinkinfim. V/itnefs their Hands, tiiis 
Day of January 1804, Benjamin StniinfoK, 

yinn S'lnkinfon, 

late Fawcett. 
yohn Scarr. 

Notice is hereby ,^;ven, that the Partnerfhip lately cx- 
iding between Samuel Hill and Peter Chambers, in 
the feveral Trades and BulinedtiS of Stationers, Printers, En- 
gravers, and Bookbinders, carried on by them at No. II, 
Church-Street, Minories, in the County of Middlefex, under 
the Firm of Hill and Chambers, was difTolved on the ad 
Day of Januar)' 1804, by mutual Confent; and that all 
Debts due and owing to and from the faid Copartnerfiiip 
will be received and paid by tbe faid P. Chambers, who will 
carry on the Bufinefs on his own Account : As witnels our 
Hands, this izth Day of January 1804, 

P. Chambers. 
S. Hill. 

HUNTINGDONSHIRE and CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 
TX) be fold by Auflion, on Saturday the 4th Day of Fe- 
i bruary 1804, (before the major Part of the Commil- 
fioners named and authorifed in and by a ComniilTion of 
Bankrupt awarded and illued forth, and now in Proiecution, 
againft John Perkins, iate of tbe Town of Huntingdon, 
Banker^) at the Crown Inn in the Town of Huntingdon, be- 
tween the Hours of Four and Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, 
(fubjeft to Inch Conditions of Sale as will be then produced,)' 
the following Eftates : 

Lot I. A Farm-Houfe, with the Barns, Stables, and other 
necelTary Outbuildings, in good Repair, and 136 Acres of 
Arable, Meadow, and Failure Land (more or lefs) thereto 
belonging, lituate at Fulbourn, in the f^id County of Cam- 
bridge, in the Occupation of Robert Jourdan, who is a 
.yearly Tenant. 

Lot a. A Dwelling-Houfc, with the Shop and Appurte- 
nances, in good Repair, fituate in the Faillb of Saint 13; ne- 
dift, in the Borough of Huntingdon, late in the Occupatiun 
.of the faid John Perkins. 

Lot 3. ADwelling-Houfe, with the Stables, Coach-Houfe, 
"Yard, and Appurtenances, lituate in Priory-Lane, in the faid 
Borough of Huntingdon, late in the Occupation of the laid 
John Pel kins. 

Lot 4. A Piece of GiounJ adjoining the Stables, coniain- 
ing One Rood (more or lefs). 

Further Particulars may be had of Meflrs.-Msule a(id 
Sweeting, Huntingdon. 

TO be refold, purfuant toTwo feveral Orders of the High 
Court of Chancery, made in a Caufe Owens againit 
Foulkes, before John Ord, F.i"q;oDe of the r^Iallers of the liid 



Court, at the Public 3ale-B.oom pf fhe Coijrt, in South- 
ampton-Buildings, Chancery- Lane, London, on Tueifday 
the 7th of February 1S04, between the Hours of FJeven 
a(id 'f'welye of the Clock in the Forenoon, A cumpaG 
Edate, confiding of a Dwelilng-Honfe, Barn, Crolt, Garden, 
and Icyeral Cloles of Laijd in a Ring-Fence, ftluate in the 
Town.fliipof Talar, and Parilh pf St. Alaph, in tlic County 
of Flint, called Pen-y-farip Tenement, ijontaining, by Acj- 
meaJurcment, Thirty-one Acres and l>Ilncteen Perches of 
Land, or therealiout, Statute Meafiire, now in the levcral 
Occupations of George Peers and Robert Daviej. 

Printed I'articulars may be had (g'atis) at the faid Maller't 
Chambers ; and at the Office of Mellrs. C«'per and Lowe, 
Solicitors, both Tituate in Southampton-Buildings aforesaid; 
of Mr. George Orred, Solicitor, L-iverpool; and at tne 
White-Lion Inn, at Saiflt Afi'ph a/oreiaid. 

THp Sale of Lands at Darley, in the County fif Derby, 
\vhich (hoy'd have taken place on the nil Decenriber 
lalV, before the major Part pF the Commifliopers in a Corn- 
million of Bankrupt awai'dcj agalnd Daniel Dakcyne the 
Elder, Daniel D^keyne the Younger, lliomas IJakeyne, ahj 
Jofeph Dakeyne, was portioned to the tSth' January inrtafit, 
at Six o'clock, in the Evening, at the'Star Intt, in ^'lan• 
cheHcr, in tiie Copnty pf Lancafter. 

PUrfuant to .a Decree of the High Court of Chancery 
made in a Caufe Paine ' verfi/s Hyde, the Creditoi'S 
of WillLim Spice, late of Rochelter, ' in the County of 
Kent, Ef*q; are perlonally, or by their Solicitors, to come 
in and prove their Debts before Sii' VVilliatn Weller Pepys, 
Baronet, one- of the Mafteis 01' the faid 'Cdlirt, at 'hts 
Chambers in Southampton-Buildings, Chaiic^rj'"^^"'^' Lbrf- 
don,on or before the 30th of March £804, oritt Default 
thereof they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid DccJ'ee. 

PUrfuant to anOrdcrof the Lord Hi^h Clianccllor, the 
CommilTioners in a Cpminiifion' of ■Sankriipt avvardetl 
and ilTued againft William Schultze and PhiUj) Unger, <of 
Little Britain, in the City of London, Merchants and Co- 
partners, intend to meet on Saturday next, the I'lil liiltant; 
at Twelve of tl;e Clock at Noon, at Ciulldhal!, London, in 
order to take the Surrender and Final Esamin.ntinn of the 
faid Bankrupts ; when and where they are required to ap- 
pear and furrender, and make a full Dilcover)- of their Edate 
and Etfefts, and linilh their Examination; and fuch of th'e 
Creditors of the laid Bankrupts as Ihall think fit to be pre- 
fent at fuch Meeting, are to be at Liberty to interiogata 
them touching thefarje. 

BRADLEY, SHII'TON, and Co. 

Notice is hereby given, that a General Meeting of the 
Creditors of Henry Bradley, of Birmingham, in the 
County of Warwick, Merchant, Partner with Giorf e Ship- 
ton, late of Madrid, in the Kingdom of Spain, Merchant, 
carrying on Trade at Birmingham under the Firm of Brad- 
ley, Shipton, and Co. (againd whom a Commlflion of Bank- 
rupt hath been awarded and idiied,) will lie held at the Stork 
Tavern in the Square, in Birmingham, on Tuefday the 1^x\\ 
Day of January inftant, at Ten o'clock "\n the Morning 
piccilVIy, in order to take into Conlid'-rjiion the Arfairs ol 
the faid Bankrupt ; to confider of the Propriety of empower- 
ing the faid Binkrupt, or fome other Per.'on or Pcr'Ions, to 
apply for and receive the Money due to the faid Bankrupts* 
Edate from the Spanifh Goveriiment, and from all Peifons 
refidenc in Spain or elfewhere, owing Debts to tlie faid Kf- 
tate, and for indemnifying the Alhgnecs for AToney which 
they have advanced, or may advance to or for the Ulc of the 
laid Bankrupt; and on other fpecial Affairs. 

'^F^HE Cieditors who have proved their Debts under a 
X (.'onimifhon of Tankriipt awarded and ilhicd forth 
againd joiin Robert Sherman, of Ingram-Court, Fcnchurch- 
Stieet, in tbe City of London, Shij- Owner, Broker, Dealer 
and Chapman, are dcfired to meet the Atlignees of the f^id 
Bankrupt's Edate ind Etfefts on Saturday nt.-;t the sift of 
januaiv iniiant, at Twelve o'clock at Noon prccilelr, at the 
Office of Mr. Atchelbn, the Sohcitor to the Alhgnees, No. 
i6, Audin-Friais, London, to adent to or dident from the 
faid Aflignecs fclhng or difpofing of the Houfehold Furni- 
ture and other perlonal Effects belonging to tbe laid Bank- 
runt, or any Part thereof, either by puldic Sale or private 
Contrai'^t, as they may think proper ; and alio to authorile 



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f^ie ftiJ AITi^nfcsto actfpt pcrfonal Security for Ac Pay- 
ment of ihc Money, or iiny Part llicrcof, lor whic-Ii liicli 
Houlthold Fiitniturt, or otiitr pcrfonal Ellatc, Oiall he fold; 
and alfo to slient toordilli-nt fioni the faid Affignccs com- 
mencing, pto'eciiting. or defending any Suit or Suits it 
Law or in Equity lor the Recovery or PioteOion of any. 
Part of the faid Bankrupt's EiVatc and ErTcfls; or to ti'.e 
raid Adignces compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, m 
Otlier\vife agreeing any Debt, Matter, or Thing rcliting 
thereto; and pirtieularly to fubmit to xVrbitration, or other- 
wife fettle any Difficulties which may arife between the faid 
Adignees and certain Perfons refpeftingthe Chartcr-Pa:ty 
of a certain Ship or VefTel, and the feeeral other Matters re- 
lating thereto ; and alfo to the faid Ailigiiees authorifing the 
faid Baiiknipt to colleft and get in the Debts due to hi^ Ef- 
tate from all Perfons wViofoever in this Country, and to their 
making the faid Bankrupt fuch Allowance and Compenfation 
but of his Eftate and Etfefts for his Trouble and Attention 
in refjxift thereof, and for his Attendance on and Attention 
to the Adjurtment cf the fevcral Infurances, and other Ac- 
counts, LolTct, and Averages relating to his Eftate and Con- 
cerns, and othcrwife as they may tliiilk proper; and on 
Other fpecial Afiaits. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
CommilTion of Banknipt awarded and ilTued againft 
John Brooke Knight, of Camomile-Street, Bifhopfgate-Street, 
London, Cordwainer, Dealer and Chapman, are defired to 
meet the Affignees of the (aid Bankrupt's Eflate and Ef- 
fects on Thurfday the 19th of January indant, at One in 
the Afternoon, at the White Hart Tavern, Bilhopfgate- 
Strect, Xondon, to afTent to or difl'ent frot.-i the faid Alfig- 
nees commencing, profecuting, or defending any AOion or 
Anions, Suit or Suits, either at Law or in Equity for Reco- 
very of any Part of the faid Bankrupt's Eftate and Erit-as ; or 
to the faid Aflignees compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, 
or otherwife agreeing any Debt, Matter, or Thing relating 
thereto ; and alfo to confider of the Propriety of carrying 
into Execution an Agrfcment entered into by the Ranlrupt 
on cr about the 19th Day of November t8ci, for the Sale of 
his Rcverfionary Intcreft in certain Freehold Premifes fituate 
in the County of Northampton ; and alfo to determine whe- 
ther the Affignees Ihall contell the Validity ot an Execution 
levied on the Bankrupt's Eflerts prior to the iiruing of the 
(aid Commilfion ; and to aflent to or dilTcnt from Iwlling the 
Houfehold Furniture by priva;c Contract ; and ou other fpe- 
cial .\lfairs. 

3pHE Creditors who have proved tiieir Drills under a 
{_ Commilllon-of Bankrupt awardad and ilTued againlt 
feph Benjamin Lomniti and Wolf RilTon, of Fenchurch- 
Street, in the City of London, Merchants and Copartners, 
(carrying on Trade under the Firm of Lomnitz and RifTon,) 
are defired to meet the Afiignees of the Eltate and l-.lTclis of 
the faid Bankrupts, on Taefday the 3i(l of Januarj- inOant, 
at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at the Houfe of John 
Skene, the Star Inn, in Manchertet, in the County of 1 Jn- 
cafter, in order to afTent to or dKtcnt from the faid Aflignees 
commencing, pi»fecuting, or defending any Suit or Suits at 
Law or in Equity, or otherwife concerning the ("aid Bankrupts' 
EOate and Efllfts ; and alfo to alTent to or dilTent from the 
(aid AfTignees being authoriled and empowered to execute 
a Power or'Powcrs of Attorney to fuch Pcrfon or Perfons in 
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, or upon 
the Continent of Europe or elfcwhere, as they^may tlnnk 
proper to aiipBint for the Colleflion of the Debts due to the 
faid Eftjte, or the Recovery of any Part of ihe faid Bank- 
j-upts' Eftate and Etreft":-, and alfo for emposvering (uch 
Perfon or Perfons fo to he authoiifi.'rf to commence or pro- 
.fccute any Af.ion or AOions, Attachments, or legal Pro- 
ceedings UF>on the Continent of Europe for the recoiering, 
receiving, atn! obtaining liich .Debts and Effects of the faid 
Bankiupts; and alfo fo.- empowering (uch Pcrfon or Perfons 
fo to be autltcri(cd to compound or agree any Matter or 
Thing relating to the faid Bankrupts' Ellate and Eifefls upon 
the Conrment of Jtuiope ; and alfo to the faid AfTignees 
.beinc aurhorife.'. to pay or allow to the Perfon or Perfons fo 
to be appointed as aforelaid, fuch Sum or Sums of Money 
by way ofCommifTion or Compenfation for his or their 
Trouble, and travelling, and other Expeiicts as the faid Af- 
(igoees in their Difcrciion may thi;:k tcafciiablc and iuft, or 
.at :hc Nature of the Cali inayrc<iujrei acd tbc iaia t:ic- 



ditors arc alfo to take into Confideration a Propofal made hf 
the laid Bankrupts for paying to their Creditors a Compo- 
(ition in Dilcharj;? of their Debts upon Condition of the (ail 
Comniiffion of Ilankiupt being fupcrlcded; and to afTent to 
or difTePt fiom luch Pcrfon or Perfons fo to be aufhorifed by 
Letter or I.etu-rs ol Attorney as alorelaid being empowered 
to treat with the (aid Barikiupts concerning fuch Propofal, 
and to acccjit or refulc (uch I'ropoliil in the Names, anil on 
the Behalf of all the faid Creditors; ar.d to the iz\d AtTigrices 
compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, or othenvifc agree- 
ing any Matter or Thing relating thereto. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts underaCom- 
million of Bankrupt awarded and iliued forth againll 
James Chall-ner, late of the Citv of Coveiitr>-, Virtuallcr, 
Dealer and Cliapman, arc defired to meet the AfTignees of 
the faid Bankrupt's Elfitc and EtTeOs, on the J. ^d Day of 
January inltant, at I-.leven o'clock in the Forenoon, at the 
Houfe of Thomas Sfden, known by the Name of the King's 
Head hin, in the City of Coventry aforefaid, to alTent to or 
dillent from the faid AfTignees commencing, profecuting, cr 
defending any Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity for the 
Recovery of any Part of the faid Bankrupt's Etlate and 
EfTeffs, or to the compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, 
or otherwife agreeing any Matter or 1 hing relative thereto ; 
and on other (fecial Affairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commidion of Bankrupt awarded and inued forth 
againft George Lukin, and William Neve, late of the City 
of London, Merchants, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners, 
are delired t6 meet the AfTignees of the Eftate and Effefls 
of the faid Bankrupts, on Saturday the lift of January in- 
flant, at Twelve o'clock at Noon precifcly, at the George 
and Vulture Tavern, fituate on Cotnhilt, in the faid City 
of London, to afTent to or difTent from the faid Aflignees 
felling by private Coutraft the Interefl which the faid Bank- 
rupt George Lukin has under the Settlement made on the 
Marriage of his Father and Mother ; and alfo to aflent to 
or difTent from the faid AfTignees compounding, fubmitting 
to Arbitration, or other\vifc agreeing concerning a difputed 
Account between the faid Bankrupts and certain Perfons; 
and to aOent to or difTent from the laid Aflignees com- 
mencing, profecuting, or defending any Suit or Suits at Law 
or in Equity, for recovering any Pitt of the faid Bankiupts' 
Lffcfls ; or to or from the compoundijtg.or othcrwife agreeing 
any Matter or Thing relating thereto ; and on other fptciat 
Atiaiis. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under 3 
<,'omniiinon of Bankrupt awarded and ifTued forth 
againft I'^rter shepherd, of Lynn,jn the County of.Norfolk, 
Draper, Dealer and Chapman, are defired to meet the Af- 
lignees of the Eflate and EfTeCts of the faid Bankrupt, on 
the 19th Inftant, at Six o'clock in the Evening, at the Houfe 
of Mr. J.aiigl'-y, .').i',;<;itor, Pluirbtrec-Strcct, jjloomlhury, to 
alTent to or dilient from the (aid AITignees difpofing of the 
faid Bankrupt's F.ftateamI Effefls; and to their commeociinj, 
profecuting, or dcfeiuling any Suit or Suits »t Ijiw or in 
Equity for the Recovcr^■, or touching, or concerning any 
Part of the (iiid Bankrupt's Eflate or FfTcOs; or to the 
compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, or otherwife agree- 
ing on ary Matter or Thing relatiit£ thereto ; and on other 
(pccial Affairs. 

1~HE Cre'nitors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commidion of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued forth 
againft Ann Church, of New Bond-Street, in the County of 
Aliddlefix, Milliner, Dealei and Chapwoman, are defired li 
meet the Allignees of the faid Bankrupt'sEftate and EtTc^ts, 
on Wcdncljday the l8th D.ay of January inftant, at Six 
o'clock in the Evening precifely, at the City Cofl'ce-Houi«, 
Clieapfide, London, in order to aflent to or dilTent from the 
faid AfTignees commencing and pi<»feciiting fuch Suit in 
Equity as lliey the faid Afligne«s are adviled by their Couxifel 
to bring againft certain Perfims ; and on other fpecial Alfairt. 

PUrfuant to an , Order made by the Right Honorable 
John Lord F^ldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great 
Britain for Enlarging the Time for Thomas Martin, of 
Coleman-Street, in the City of London, and John Hinry 
Ford, of Colcman-Strect'BuildiDgt, in the. City of Xeadotu 



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AV'oSl-Brokcrs an J Paatncis, (Eankiupts,) to fiirrciiilor tliem- 
fclves and make a full DiCcovcry ami Dilclofiiie of their 
Kllite and ElFcils for foity-ninc Days, to be ccmutc-d from 
the 14th of January inlliiiit : 'I'liis is to giie Notice, that 
the Commiffioners in the laid Commiltioii named and aii- 
"thorifcd, or tlie major Part of them, iiitenj to meet aa the 
^d Day of March next, at 'i'en of the Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, l.sndon, where the l»id Bankriijili 
-are rccjuircd to fmrcnder tliemfelves between the Hours of 
?ileven and One of the lame Day, and make a lull Uilcoiery 
and DireloAne of their Edate and Eli'etfs, .iiul liiulh their 
Kxamination ; and the Cieditor?, who have not aheady 
j^rovcd their Debts, may then and there come and prove the 
lame, and aflbnt to or dilfont from ttia Allowance -of their 
Certificate. 

PUrfiiant to an Order made hy thcRight Honorable John 
Lord Eldon,i,ord High Chancellor of Great Biitain,fnr 
Snlargirg the Tinse lor, Hvgh Mcore, of Ironmonger-l.ane, 
in the City of London, Merchant, (l-'.irtncr with 'rhomas 
Moore, of Baltimore, in Amciica,) (a Bankrupt,) to finrendcr 
liimfelf and makea full Dii'coiery and Dilclolbie of his Frtate 
and Effefls, for Forty-fix Days, to be cumpntcd from the 17th 
of January infant: Tlusistosive Noti.-e, that llic Commif- 
fioners in the (aid CommilTTon namt'd and authorill-d, or the 
major Part of them, ir.tend to meet on tire vd of March 
next, at Ten o'clock in the Fuicnoon, at Gnildlisll, London, 
where the faid Bankrupt is rciinired to mrreiidtr himfclf 
between the Hotirsof Eleven and One of the fame Day, and 
nwke a full DiCcovery and Difclolure of his Eftate and 
Etfedts, and finilh his Examination, and the Creditors, who 
have not already proved their Delits, may ,then ami thefc 
come and prove the fame, arid alTent'to or dillent from the 
Allowance of his Cerlilicatc. 

PUrfuant to an . Order made by the Right Honorable 
John Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Gicat Bri- 
tain, for Enlarging the Time for Thomas Dowding, John 
iowe, and Sam^uel Bifhop, of Wood-Street, in the City of 
Xt)ndon, Hatters and Copartners, (Bankrupts,) f'l fnrrender 
themf'clves, and make a ftili Dilcovery aud Difclolure of 
their Ellate and EffcOs for Forty-two'Days, to he com|nir/-d 
from the 14th Day of January inflant : This is to give 
Notice, that the Commil^oncrs in the i'aid Commirtion 
named and authorifed, or the major Part of them, intend 
to meet on the i5th Day of February next, at Ten of the 
Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London ; where the 
faid Bankrupts are required to fsrrender themfclves be- 
tween the Hours of Eleven and One o'clock of the fame 
Day, and make a fullDifcoveiy and Dirclol'urc of their El- 
tateand EfTefts, and tinilh their Examination; and the Cre- 
ditors, who have not already proved their Debts, may then 
and there come and piove the fame, and ailcntto or dillent , 
from the Allowance of thcii- Certificate. 

WHercas a Renewed ComrailTion of Bankrupt, bearing , 
Date on or about the l6ih of November i8oi, was 
awarded andidiied forth againft Thomas Porter Banner, 
of Nsw-Conrt, Crutchcd-Fnars,. London, Merchant and In- 
furancc-Broker ; This is to give Notice, that the laid Coni- 
tnidion is, under the Great Seal, of the LUiitcd Kingdom 
of Great, Britain and Ireland, fuperfeded. 

WHereas it CommiiTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
illiied forth againll Hugh Emmett, of ManrheOcr, 
in the County of Lancarter, Colourman, Dealer and Chap- 
man, and he hei:ig declared a Bankrupt is hereby re- 
quired to furrendcr liimfelf to the C'ommiiTioiicrb in the faid- 

^CommilTion named, or the niijoi Part ot th^iii, on t!ie 31O' 

.o( January inflant, and on the ill and i8th Days ol Fe- 
bruary next, at 'I'hree in the Afternoon on each Day,. 

,at Hillidge's Tavem, in Marcheller aforefajd, an<l make, 
a full Dil(;overy and Difdoliire of his Ellate and Etfefti ; 

. wheji and where the Creditors areto come preiiarcd to;i7rovc, 
their Debts, and at the Second Sitting , to clmle AlTigntcs, 

flnd at the Lall Sitting the laiSi Bankrupt is rtq^'ire^ to- 
finilh his Examination, .md the Cicilitor^ are, to allt-nt to or 

. diiliint from liie Allowance of liis Ceitilicate. All i'erfons 
indebted to file laid Bankrupt, or that have any ef his 
EJleiH, are not to pay or deliver the fame hut to whom 

■tl^e Conimilfionais tbail, appoint, but give Notice to Mf'llrs. 
.Sharpe and Ecdes, Solicitors, in Mancheller aford'aid, or to 

Jilclti. Milne and Parry, Solicilsrs, Temple. 



jfiJo, 15666. 



T^T.^Hicja a ColiiiuilGou nf Saukiupt is avardcd an"! 
V V illu^d forth agaiiill John Ncttkllii|., of Moo<gal>', 
in the Patilii ivf Ciarbiough, in the County of Nolliiigham, 
Baker, ami he being declared a Bankrupt is heichy required 
to liiireiidei bimli^lt to, the Commit'Joncrs in the faid Com- 
mifHoii n.imed, or tiic nnjjr'i'art of them, »ii the ^ifi of 
January iulhmt, and on tlic 17th and i8th D.iysof Fel'ruary 
next, at J'leven of the Clock in th,? FrHen.on on eacii 
Day, at the Huul'e of John Simplon, the nlaekmoor's-Hcad 
In Nnttiiigham, and mi.ke a lull Dilcovery and Dilciofun! 
of his Ellate ,and Effects; when and where the Cre- 
ditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to cinile Alliguces, and at the i.*(l Sit- 
ting tiic liiid Bankrupt is required to linifli his Examination, 
and the Creditors are to alleiit to or dillent from the Allow- 
ance of his Certificate. All Pei-lbns indebted to the laid 
B^nkruyit, or that have any of his EfTefls, arc not to pay 
or deliver the fame hot to whom fiie Comminioncrs Ihall 
appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Wlllia.-r, Clarke, -Attorney, 
at Raiukill, in the faid County of Notliiigham, ot M. J. S. 
Young, Attorney, New-Inn,.Loiidon. 

l^^Hereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt it awarded and 
V» iHued forth againJl John. Saunders, of the.Parifh of 
Painfwick, in the Cou:ity ol Gloucerter, Money-Scrivener, 
Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt is 
hereby "required to fnrrender liimfelf to the Commrtlloncrs 
in the faid Commiflion named, or the major Part of them, 
on the Joth and ,31ft of January inftant, and on the 28th 
of February next, at Twelve of the Clock at Noon on each 
of the laid Days, at the Fleece Inn, in the Parilh of Rodbc- 
rough, in the faid County, and make a hill Difcovery and 
Diiclol'ure of his Ellate and Elli;i>s; when and where the 
Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, an'd 
at the Second Sitting to chufe ATTignets, and at the Xaft 
Silting the faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examina- 
ti.>n,-,and the Creditors are to.aliiint to or dilFent from the .'^1- 
lowar.ce of his Certificate. All Perfoiis indebted to the ftid 
Bankrupt, or that have ariy of his Elfefts, are not to pay 
or deliver the fame but to whom the ,Comttiinnmers Ihall 
appeint, bnt give Notxe lo Meifis. Blandford "and .Sweet, 
Solicitors, Temple, Lond.m, or to MelTrs. Biddle and Parf- 
low. Solicitors, in Wotton-uuder-Edge, Glouceilcrlhire. . 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iilaed forth ag.iinit James Widdows, of Manchef- 
tcr, ill the County of Lancalier, Calcnderer, Dealer am} 
Chapman, aud he being di-ciared a Bankrupt i, hereby rc- 
quiied to lijrrender himlelf to the C'ommillioners in the faid 
Commiirion named, or the m.ijor Part ot them, on the 6th, 
Jlh, and aSth of February next, at 'I'hree in the After- 
noon on each Day, at tlie Higher Royal'Oak Inn, in Aiar- 
kct-Stiset-Lanc, in Manchefter aforelaid, and make a lull 
Dilcovery and Difclofurc of his F Hate and i'-Ct'-Mi ; wlifii 
and.vvhere the Creditors aie to com.; prcp.'.rcJ to prove their 
Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chult; AlTignecs, and at 
the 'Laft Sitting the faid Bankrupt is reqiiiled to finifl; 
his Examination, and the Creditors areto alfcnt to or diliVnt 
from the Aliowjjice of his Certificate. All Perfons in- 
debted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Efftifti, 
are jiot to pay or dehver tli£ fame, but to vihrm the Coiu- 
milTioncrs Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mtllis. Ke^rllry 
and Cardwell, Attornies, in Manchellcr, or to Mr. Ellis, 
Attorney, Curfitor-Strect, London. 

W'Hereas a Commiffior of Bartkrupt is awarded aud 
ilfricd forth againll Aylmor Stopes, of Britwdl 
Prior, in the County of Oxford, Dealer and Chapman, anS 
he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to liirrender 
himlelf to the Commillioners in the faid Commillion named, 
or the major Part of them, on the 3i<tli and ji(l Days ot 
January inftant, and on tlic ?8th Day of I'chiunty next, 
at One of the Clock in the Afternoon on each of the laid 
D.ays, -at Guildhall, London, and make a full Dil'coveri- 
andDil'cloiure of his Eftate and ElfcO.s ; wiicti and where the 
Creditors are to come prepwred to prove tiieir Dcbti, and at 
the Second Sitting to chule AfEgnets, and at the ]a(l Sit- 
ting the faid' Bankrupt' is required to finiih his Examin,r*.ion, 
and the Creditors are to alll-nt to or dillent from the AllovT- 
ancc of his Certificate. Ajl Perfons indebted to the f.iid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his Etfeifts, are not to piy 01 
dfcliver the fame but to whom the Comniiffioiiers (bail «p- 



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TTjint, bi>t ;;;v<; iNoticc to Mr. M;iy'ncw, CookVCourt, Serle- 
iilrcct, Jj'Kjla's-'nn. I-O'id"". and Mr. Ucorgc Cobkc Wat- 
lin^'toDi 'rafworth, OifoxKhiiC. 

WHcrcjs 1 Conniiidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilVlied fort^ aj{->i»fl John Mafcn, of Snow-Hill, in 
;hc City of l.on.iin, dlioc-Maker, and he being declared a 
Bankrnpt is liirchy rccjuiied to luricndcr hlmi'clf 10 the 
Comni'.llioncrs in tlitf laid Comniiffion named, or t!ie m^jor 
Part of tlum, on t!ie 21 11 ;;nd i8th of January inftant, and 
on tiictSili Uav of February next, at One in the Afternoon 
oir each of tiie (aid Days, at GuildhaJl, London, and 
make a full Dilconcry and DifcloCure of his EfUte and F.f- 
fcils; win 11 auj where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove thtjit Debts, ut the Sicond Sitting to choolo A(Ti<:- 
nces. and at the l.aU Silting the laid Baniiiupt is reqnivui to 
' tinilh his Examination, and the Creditors are to atlait to or 
dilltut from the Allowance of his Ceitifieate. All Pcrfoi.'. 
indebted to the laid Bankrupt, or tliat iiave any of his K.''- 
fefls, are r.ot to pay or deliver tl'.e fiime but to whom the 
Commillioners (ball appoint, but give I-Iotice to Mr. Heard, 
Hoopcr>.S4Uare;-fioodmanH-Ficlds. 

WKercas a CommilTiou of Bankrupt is awarded and 
i(li;cd forth againll Alice Wliiteley, of Hamplon- 
Mir.s,ricar Bury, in thc.Cc'jnty of I.ancafter, Wool!-;ji-Dyci-, 
Dcajcr and Chapwoman, and the being decliired a Bankru;it, 
is hereby re^i'ircd to lurrcndcr hcrleU' to tlii Commillinners 
in tbe faid Conimifliou named, or the major Part of them, 
on lb': 14th of January infi.int, and on the (5th and l8th 
of February -next, at Eleveij of the Clock in the Forenoon 
on each Day, at the Sur Inn, ih Manchefter, in thafaij 
County, and make a full Difcovery and Difclofuie of her 
Eftate and K'i'eits; when' and v.here the Creditors are to 
cume prepajed to prove their Debts, and at the Second 
aitling to cluife AfTignees, and at tlie I.ifVSitting the (aid 
BaJikrnpt is required to, .liniUi her Examination, and the. 
Creditors 3)c to alli:nt to or dillcin from the Allowance 



of hetL Ceitifica'c. .All Pcribns indelited to the (aid Bank 
rupt, or that have any of lierEHtcts, are 'not to y^y 
tfr deliver the fame but to whom the Commifiioners (b.'ill ap- 
point, but give Notice to iVIefiis. Duckworth and Chippin- 
dall, Attornicf, iii Mancheller. 

WHereas a Comminion of Bankrupt is awarded and ilTued 
forth againll Peter J.tmes Papillon, of Saint Rwithin's- 
I.BOe, London, Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, and he 
being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required tp turrender 
hiaileU to the Commillioners in the laid Commiltlon named, 
or the major Pait ol them, on the 24th Day of Jaitiiary 
inttant, and on the 4tli ar,d iSth Days of February next, 
at ivJCTen 01 the C'ock in ti'.c Forenoon on e.icli of the 

■ fud -Days, at Ciuildhall, London, and make a lull Difco- 
verj- and Dilclofure of his Kllate and Etlefls;"when and 
whcri? rhe Creditors are to comc'pre,->ared to prove their 
Debts, and »t the Second .Sittin* to chufe Adignees, and 
at the lad Silting the faid Bankrupt, is required to fiiiilh 
his Examination, and the CreJitois arc to'alfent to or dident 
Siom 4he Allowance of Ills Certificate, '.An l«erlbLis in- 

■ dtbted to the faid Bankrupt, or that h*e aiiy of his Kircas, 
arc not to pay or deliver the fame \i%t to whom the Coni- 
niiflion'eis (liall appointi-hut give Notice to Meflrs. Peaice 
and Dixon, Paternorter-ftow. 

THE CommilCcners in a CommiBion of Bankrapt 
awarded and illucd forth agjinft Williart BUiCkloCK, 
of Ratlibonc-Placj, in the County of Middlefcx, . Partner 
•with JoCepK runllall,of Bgrflem, in the Coilntj of StiToid, 
Copartners, au4 Uealeis in Enthenwarc/.'.iid diafs, intend 
'to meet on the aCtll Day cf January infant, at .T>vel.c 
of the CI<i«K- at ,Noi>ii, at GoitahaH, Lclidoii, ;!>y F.nther 
Adjournment ftijm the 14th Day of 'Jau\iarj inft,.,nt,) in; 
order to proceed to the Choice 61 an A(( giWcjor /.(lignccs; 
of the Edate and tfittts of the faid BaoTtiu^t; when and, 
whcie tile C teditoi'i who have i|ot already piyvcd tlieir DtM,;,' 
arc to come prepared to prove the fa.nie, and, with t'lol": 
who have proved thbif f^bts, ,are to vote i.T luch Clioic<. 
accoidingly, .T' ' ' ' ' '. 

'~t~> H E Commiffioners in a' Commidion of Bankrupt 

I awarded and ilTucd forth againft Charles Brirtow.^of 

iJcwgatc-Strcet, ia the City of tendon; LiUcn-Drapcr, «- 



tend to meet on the 7th of Fcl-.ruary next, at Ten qf tlic 
Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in order to 
receive the Proof of Debts under the faid CommilTion. 

TH E Commidioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
swarded and ill'ued forth againll William Sutton, of 
Salters-Iiall-Court.in the City of London, Mercli.-.nt, Dealer 
and Chapman, intend to meet on Saturday next, the llll 
of January inllant, at Ten o'clock in (he Forenoon, at 
Gnildhall, London, in order to receive the Prool of a Debt 
under the faid Commidion. 

THE Commidioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarde.l and ilTued forth ?5;ainft John Ncdntt, Edward 
Stewart, and John Nefoitt the Y.mngir, of Alderni.-<'nbury, 
in the City of London, i^Icrehants and Copartners, intend to 
meet on .Saturday next, the ■:ifc Dayof Januaiy inftant, at 
Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in oideV to 
receive the Proof ot Two Debts upon the Joint Eftate of 
the '('aid Bankrupts. 

I^HE Coinmiflioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarded and illued forilr .againll William Pitts, of Little 
Wild-Street, Lincoln's-lnn-Fields in the County of Middle- 
fex, Working Silverfmjth, intend to meet on the 28th of Ja- 
nuary inflant, at 'Fvvelve of lire Clock at Noon, at Guild- 
hall, London, (by Adjoi;rnmcnt from th-.- 14th D.iy of 
(anuary inflant.^ in -order to take the Lafl Fs.iminatiou 
of the laid Bankrupt; when and where l-.c is required to 
fur render himfelf, and make a full Dil'covciy and Difclo- 
(rrre of his Ellate and Elll-fls, aird linilh his f„\amination ; 
and the Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, arc to come prepared to prove the fame, and, with 
thole who have already proved their Debts, afTer.t to or 
dKTent from the Allowance cf his Certificate. 

THE Commidioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awanled and ilKiea forth againrt John Daves, late 
of Camomile-feiieet, in the City of London, Marintr, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on (he 2i(l of Jainiarjr 
inflant, at T\velve at N"on, at Guildhall, by AJjonrnment 
from the I4lh''lu(lant,) totake the Lall Exami-iition of tljc 
fai,d Banki'Upt; v.lji-n. and vhere he is requjred Ifo fut- 
lendcr himlclf, and mnke .a (nil Difcovery and .foifclofure 
of his Ellate and Edeci ., and-linTfli his Examination ; and 
the Cieditoi-s, who have not aliia.I) prov<:d their Debts, arc 
"0 come prepared to piwic tli.- I,ime, and, with thofe who 
have pi-ovrd their Debts, afisnt to or iMllent from the Al- 
lowance of his Ceftilicatc. 

T'^HE CommilTioners i:-, a •ComniHfi.n of Bankrupt 
„ awarded and illrn-d forth •".ainll TIrdmaj Okcll, of 
Great Qnevn-otrcet, I.inci!n's-!nn-r'i:Ms, in tire Coilnty of 
Middicfex, Linen-Dnpcr, D' i!er and Chapman, intend to 
meet on the c8tlr Day of Jamiaty inllanl, at Ten of the 
Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by, Further 
.Adj'jujnmcnt from the 14th ludant,) t» take the Laft 
Examination pf the . Arid ' iJ.inkiupt ; when and where 
Tie is required to furr.nder hinifcll and riak« a full Dif- 
covery and Difclofme of his Edate and Etfci;!.';, and finiHi 
his Examination ; and the Crx-ditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
fame, ami, w'th thofe who have proved their Debts, aflilit 
to or diliint from the -Allowance of his Cefti6catc. • 

1~' H E Commillioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarileil and ilTited forth ' againft Gedrfc Tinkler and 
John Ri/1;, oi .Mcard's-Court, Wardoui-.'itrecr, .Soho, in the 
Cot'r' , o. Midillefex, Lcathei-Seller.s Dcalcfs, Chapmen, 
■,i i ij. iiiicnd. to meet on the 15th Day of J:- 

I ■. at Ten o^ the Clock in the Forenoon, at 

iJnihin.U, iundoa, (by A''joui'timent fro'iifi the 14th In- 
li,uit,> in order to take the Lad Examination of the 
faid Bankrupts; when and where they are required to fur- 
render th' <nalves arid make a full Dilc'^ery and Difclo(ine 
of .their Kllate and FlU-fts, and fiiiilh their Examinatiorl, 
and tile Creditors, vvhd have not already proved their Debts,- 
are to conn- pfepaied to prove the I'.ime, arid, with thotwho 
hi»c akeady proved their Debts, alFent to or Jillent frSiH tile'- 
Allowance of tl-.eir Certificates. 

'^^' H E Commidioners in a Commidion of-Banknipt 

J[ awarded anil ilfiicd forth agaiirll Charles Robert Ellis, 

of Middle New-Street, in the Parilh of Saint Bride alias 



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Bridget, Fleet-'Btreet, Jeweller, intend to meet on the. 4th 
of Fcbiuary next, at Ten o'clock in tlie Forenoon, at 
GuilJhr.1!, London, (by Adjourjiineiit fru;ii the I4tli Day 
of January inltant,) in order to take llie J.aft ExAmin- 
ation of tlie faid Bankrupt; when and where he. is 
rttjiiircd to finrenuer Irimiclf and make a full Dil'covary 
aiid Difcloline of liis Krtate .uid EffeOs, and finilh his 
■Examir.ation ; and the Creditors, who liuve not already 
.proved their Dclits, are to come prepared to prove the lame, 
jnd, with thole who have proved their Debts, aflent..ta or . 
dilfent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 

TH E Cominillioner.'; in a Comn-.i(tion of Bankrupt, 
bearing- Date tile 8th of December 1798, awarded 
and ifliicd forth agfinit Thomas Wood, Robert Wood, and 
Williani Tronghton, of Smitham Bottom, in the Paiilh of 
Coalfdon, in , the County of SuTiey, Common-Breweis and 
Copartners, intend to meet on the igth of January inllant, 
at One o'Olock in the Afternoon, at Guildliall, London, 
(and not on the lift of January inftant, as before adveriifcd,) 
in order to make a Final Dividend of the Eltate and Ff- 
fcflsof the faid Bankrupts; when a-nd where the Creditors, 
who have not already proved their Debts, are to come pre- 
pared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit 
,nf the laid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will 
be diliilloweJ. 

THE Cemmilnnncrs in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 9th Day of December l8o2, awarded 
and iluied forth againft James I'robert, of Leadenliall Street, 
in the City of London, Vifln.dler, Dealer ai-.d Chapman, in- 
tend to meet on the Itth of February next, at Ten in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by Adjournment from 
the 14th of J^nuaiT inltant.) in order to make a Dividend 
of the EUate and .Klfefts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and 
where the Crcvhtors, wlio have not already proved their 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will be e.xcluded tlie Ce-neSt of the faid Dividend. And 
all. Claims not then proved will be dil'allovved. 

Tfl iE "ComijiilTioners in a Comniinion of Bankrupt,, 
bearing Dare the ;OLh:of Jamtary iSoo, awarded 
and ilTued ajamll- Amhew Paul Poiir'a'cs and Andrew 
George Pjurtales,,of Broad-Strcei-BuiUiinjjs,. in the City of 
London-, Merchants and Copaitners, intend to meet on the 
28th of January inilant, at One in the Alternoon, at Gnild- 
hai!, London, (anditiot on X^K lift Inrtant, as before adver- 
tifed,) to make a Dividend of ihe Edate and EHeits of the 
fnid Ban!;rupts; when and wh^re tlie CiediU)/s. wIio have not 
already pVovcd'tTicir Oelit^'.'Sire' to come prepaftd to pirve 
the fame, or thf y ^vili \>c excluded the Benefit of the laid 
Dividend. And all Claims not then .proved will lie dif- 
ailowed. ' ' ■ 

''T^ H E Coinm.iflioners'.in a Comniiflion of Bankrupt, 
J^ heannn; Date the iStli Day of Febiaiaiy 1803, awarded 
and ifTued fortli againll James Wiglicld the Younger, of 
Northallerton, in tlie County of York, Mercer and Grocer, 
intend to meet on Saturday the nth Day of February ne.xt, 
at Eleven in the Forenoon, at Mr. John Fairgray's, the 
Unicorn Inn, in Ripon, in the faid County, in order to 
make Final Dividend of the Eflate and EfTcdts of the 
faid Bankrupt; wlien and where the Creditois, who have 
not already pioved tlicir I^t:J)ts, are to come piepared to 
prove the fame, or they \\\\\ be excluded the Benefit of the 
* faid Dividend. And ail Claims not then pioved will be 
difallowed. 

T'^HE Commiffioners in a Commifiion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date t!ie itX of September 1803, awarded 
and ilTned forth againil Northy Rowland, of (Jreat Cog- 
gelliali, 'in the County of -Ellex, and Peter Rowland, of the 
Tame Place, Blankct-KIakers and Copartners, intend to meet 
on the i8th tif -i^ebruary next, at F^ieven o'Cj<»ck in the 
Forenoon, (by Adjournment from the 12th Day o!' January 
inilant,) at the Houie of William Sh.ive, being the I<ed Lion 
Inn, in*C(:ichetler, in the faid County x)f Fllex, to make a 
Dividend of the Edate and Ed'cfls of the faid Bank- 
rupts; whet, .uui where the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their DebtSp are to come iireparecf to prove the 
lame, or they \^'ilI be excluded the Benefit of the laid 
Dividend. Atld ail Claims not then proved will be dilal- 
lowed, ■ 



H E Commitnpners in a Commi/Iion of bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 8th of April 1802, awarded and 
iliued forth againfl George Brittan, late of the City of 
BiiAol, Grocer, t)^,alei*' and Chapman, inte'nd to, meet on 
the 1 8th of February next, at Eleven o'Clcck in the Fore- 
noon, at ihe.Lonilon Inn and Tal'oot 'I'avein.hi Bath-.Strcet, 
in the faid Cit'y of 13ri(lol, to make d f iirthi-rDividend of the 
Edate ai^d Efiefls of tlie faid Bankrupt; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are 
to come pieparetl to jirove the fame, or tliey will be excluded 
the Benefit oi" the faid Dividend. AnC, all Claims not 
then proved will be difallowed. 

THE Conimifcioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 9th Day of March 1802, awarded 
and iiUicd forth a<^aind Ebene;;er Coombs, of Saint James- 
.Strcet, in the County of Middlcli?!;, Stationer, Dealer and 
Cliaiiman, inteird to meet on the 7th of February next, 
at One of the Clock in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, 
London, in order to make a Further Dividend of the Ef- 
tatc AT\A Ed'ects of the faid Bankrupt"; when and v/here the 
Creditors, who hive not already proved tlieir Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will lie excludeti 
the Benefit of the (a-id Dividend'. iAiid all Claims not 
then proved will be difallowed. 

''T^HE Commiflioners in a Commiffion of Bankrupt, 
J|_ bearing Date the VjXh of March 1802, awarded and 
iilucd foith againd 'Philip oeward and 'I'honus Pipon, late 
of the Town aiid County of Southampton, Merchants and 
Partners, intend to meet on Thurfday the 9th Day of Fe- 
bruai-y next, at Twelve »'Clock it Noon, at the Dolphins 
Inn, in the faid Town and County of .Southampton, to make 
a Dividend of the Joint and Separate Edates and EtfeCts of the 
faid Bankrupts; when and where the Crediiors. who have 
not already piuved their Debts, are to eoinc prepared to 
prove the (iime, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the 
faid Dividend. And all Claims not then-' proved will be dif- 
allowed. ' • 

TH E Comnaidioners in a Conwiilhon of Bankrupt, 
liearing Date the Iiith of May i8o--, awarded and 
illiicd againd David Sweetland, of Toplham, in the County 
ol Devon, Alercliant. intend fo meet on the nth of Febiaiary 
next, at Eleven in the Forenoon, at the Gewge inn, inth^ 
City of Exeter, to make a I'lirthcr Dividend ol the Edate and 
Elfe^iS of the laid ijan!;rupt ; when and where the Credi- 
tors, Avho have not already proved their Deb'ts, are to 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
Ihe.Btnebt of the ("2i<i D.ividend. AnA aShClaims not then 
provc<l vsill be diialluwed. 

HE Conimiftioners in a Comniidion of Bankrupt, 
heaiing'-D.ite the jid Day o,' May i8cj2, awarded and 
idued^iga'.nd Jolin Beedsler, late of Market Deeping, in 
the GoEnt) of Lincoln, Biazier and Corn -Mercliant, intend 
to meet on the toth <->f Februory next, at 'icn in the Fore- 
noon, at the Houle of Elizabeth Speed, kno\yn by the Sign 
of tire George and Angel Inn, in ftamfoul, in the faid 
CouTjty,to make a Final Dividend of the Ell'ate and EfFefts 
of the faid Bankrupt; when and where the Creditors, who 
have not already proved their Debts,, are to come prepared to 
prove the fame, or they will be esicludcd the Benefit of the 
Ibid Dividend. And all Cl.tims not then proved will be dif- 
allowed. 

WHereas tlie afting CommiConers in the CommilTion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilfuad againd Thomas 
Weightman, of Newgate-.Street, London, Mercer, Dealer 
and Chapman, have certified to the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Loi d High Chancellorof Great Britain, that the 
(aid Thomas Weightman hath in all Things conformed hini- 
ftdf according to the -Directions of the feveral .A<fts of Parlia- 
ment made concerning Bankrupts^ This is to give Notice, 
that, by virtue of an Afl; palTcd in the fifth Year of His 
late Majelly's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the laid AO diiedts, nnlefs Canfe be (hewn to the 
contrary on or before the 7th of Februafy next. 

■; STHereas the afting Commiflioners in the CommilTion 

VV of Bankrupt awar-ied and ifTued forth againd 

Heury Cooke, of Mancbeder, in the County of Lancafier, 

Shopkeeper, Dealer Rjid Chapman, have certified to the- 



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Tvr^t Ho»oiaMc John I.or<l ElJo'i, I.oul H"n;h. Cluocclfcr 
jl'Ortut Biilaiii. tint tlic fti«l Hi-nrj- Coikc hath in all 
rl.ini:' conformcJ himlllf accouliiig to ihc Uircflioiis of the 
licnl AC.i ol Pailiamtnt niaiic concerning Uankriipts ; This 
istOK've Notice, that, hv viitneof an Ail pallc.l in the- 
lifth Year of His hits Maidty's kticn, his Ctriificatt will 
he allnwej aiwl conliriiinl a> the (aiJ Ai\ d'neiH, (uilcls 
CanCe 'ic IIilwii to the contrary on or before the 7th of 
fcbruaiy nc:;t. 

WHci-e.Ti the i^^ing Conimiinonti's in tlic Committion 
of Binknipl awarJed and ill'ncd ajjainlt Rithard 
Hndloti, of \V:irttT, in the Counly of York, Hoi fc-Johlicr, 
Dcali'r and Chapman, have ccititicd to tlic K.ij;ht llonoialile 
k'hn Lord VMon, I.oid Hi^ii Chcncellor ol' Great Bi[la;n, 
ihat the Ibid Richani Htnllon hath in all Thingi conloinud 
hmi^Ifaccordiiit; to the Direaions of tSe ll-vcra! Aftsofl';u-- 
lianicnt made conccTninj; Bankrui't^ ; Thi^ is to jive Notice, 
that, hv virtue of »n Adl palled in the Filth Year of His late 
Maiefty'i Rc'.on, his CcrliScate will be allowed and con- 
lirnied ' as the'iaid Act dircas, unlefs Canfc he (hewn to the 
contniry on or before the 7th Day of Ftsbruary next. 

WHereas the acting Comniiflioners in the Comniidion 
of Bankrupt .iwaided and iliiicd forth agaiull Jnfeph 
Ar';j and William Taylor, both of the C^ty of, Oxford, Carn- 
Dcal-rrs DcaUrs, and Chapmen, and Copartners in Tiadc, 
kavc c-rriiied 10 the Right Honoiahle John Loid Eldon, 
lord High Ch;uiccllor of <;ieat Brita'in, that the ("aid 
Wi:i:ain Tavlor hath in all Things conloiHicd hiinfclf ac- 
cording tothe Uiieclionsof the l<veral Ails of Parliament 
made concerning Bankr.ipts; This is to give Notice, that, 
by virtue of an A{\ palliid in the Fifth Year of His l<ite 
M^ielly's Reign, his Ccitificjte will he allowed and con- 
firmed as the (aid .\0 diieits, unlefs Caul'e be lhe«in to the 
contrary on or before the 7lh of Fchruai y next. 

XlfTHcrtas the a^ing Commlflioner* in the Commi.Tion 
W of Bankrupt awarded and il!red.:gaip!l 3'homas I,ce, 
of Pochlington,in the County of York, l.incn-Draper, Gro- 
cer, Dealer and Cliapman,hav«ccitificd to the Right Honor- 
aide Jolm l.oril Hlrion,- Lord Higli Chancellor oF Great Bri- 
tain, that tie ljid.Thomasl.ee hath in all Things conform- 
ed himil If according to the Diieflions of the ieveral Aits of 
Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give 
No:icc, tlut, by virtue of ao .\t1 paiFcd in the J-'iftli Vear 



of His late MajcAy's Bugn, his. Certificate wll le allowed 
and confirmed is the faid Aft dircfts, iiiilels Caulc le lliewn 
to the contrary on or before the 7th Day of icbiuary next. 

WHercas the afting Commirtioners in the Ci.mminion 
of Uiinkuipt a\vi,rdcd and ilUicd forth sgaind Wil. 
liam Weaver, ol Bow-l,ane, in the City of London, Warc- 
houfeniiin, Ui-aler and Cliiipman, have certified to the Right 
Honoiahk Jolin l.iird J'Idoii, Lo) J Hinli Chancel!,jr of Gicit 
I Britain, tli.it the faidAVilljiiin \\iaver hath in all Things 
conformod Iiinililf according fo tl^; Uiieitinns of the fcveii*! 
Aits of l*ailitimer.t ni:(dc concerning Bankrupts^ This is tt> 
give Notice, that, by virtue of an Adl pulled in the Fiftii 
Year ot His late Majclly's Ktigii, his CVrlifirate will he al- 
lowedj^iil roiilirnied as the liiid Act dii'eit,s, unlefs Caiil't be 
Ihewn lo lilt contrary on or before the JiU Day of Fcbiuary 
next. 

TJTTHcrcas the aiding. CoiTmiifTion«*rs in the CoinmilTion 
VV of Bankiii]il awaisicd and ilUitd a;;aiiill Alexander 
Moiifon, of W.ilbrook, in the City of I*ndon, Merchant, 
Dealer and Ch:'pman, have ccrtitiei! tu l!ie Uij^ht- Honorable 
John Lord Eldon, Lord High Chaiicillor of Great Britain, 
that the f,iid Alexander Moiil'on hath in all Tilings con- 
fornied himftit accoidini; to the.Direi'.iom of the Ieveral Afls 
of Parliament niadi- concerning Bankiupts; "This is to give 
Notici;, that, hy virtue of an Ail palled, 'n the Filth Y'car 
of His hite Mai.fty's ■ Rcig.n, hii Ceititicatc will be al- 
lowed and conlirniid as the liiid Ait diicct«, unlets Caule hr. 
Ihewn to the contrary on or before the 7lh. Day of Fcbniiry 
next. 



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THcreas the »€tio5 C»mmt(n.iners in t'lo Commidion of 
B.uikriipt awarder! and illiied forth a^alnll Fit7- 
herbert Allord, of High-Street, in the Ijriough of South- 
wark, in the C.niiity of Isurrey,- Woollen-Dnipci", Dealer ani! 
Chapman, have certified to the Right Honnralile John Loid 
Eldon, Lord Hi;;h Chancellor of Great Britain, thit the IhiJ 
Fitzheihcit Allord hath in all Things conformed himftlf ac- 
cording 111 the Direaions of the fcveral Afts of Parliament 
made concerning Bankrupts;' 'This is to j^ive Notice, that, b^ 
virtue of an Ait palled in tlie Tilth Year of His lat : 
MaieUy's Ueign,' iiis Ccitificatc will he allowed and con- 
firmed as the faid .Ail din. its, unlefs Caulic be ihtivn to the 
I coiititLry on or before the 7th of .Febiiury n^t. 



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T the Court at the ^ieeh''s. Palace, tlie 20/6 
of January 1804, 

PRESENT, 
The KING'S Mod Excellent- Majefty In Council. 

THIS Day the Right Honorable Sir Evan Ne- 
pean, Baronet, was, I'v His Majefty's Com- 
mand, fworn of His Maicity's Moll Honorable 
Privv Council, and took his Place at the Board ac- 
cordingly. 



AT the Court at St. _7rtm.'.r's, the 4lh of Ja- 
nuary 1804, 

P R E S E N T, 
The KING'S Mod Excellent Majelh- in Coiinc!!. 

WHEREAS the Time limited by HU Ma- 
jefty's Order in Council of the Tu-enty- 
fccond Day of June One thoufand eight hundred 
and three, prohibiting^ the tranfporting; into any 
Parts .o\it of this Kingdom, any Pig Iron, Bar- 
Iron, Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Roln, Turpentine. An- 
chor's, Cables, Cordage, Mafth, Yards, Bowfpr-ito, 
Oars, Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copjjer, or other Naval 
Store?, will expire upon the Eleventh Day of this in- 
ftant January : And whereas it is judged expedient 
for His Majefty's Service, and the. Safety of this 
■Kingdom, that the faid Prohibition fhould be cob- 
tinired for fome Time longer. His Majcit'y. doth 
therefore, with the Advice of His Privy Council, 
liercby order, ixquiie, prohibit, and command, that 
no Perfon or Pcrfonswhofocver do at any Time, tor 
the Space of Six Months from tlie laid Eleventh 
Day of this inltant Jaruiary, prelnnie to tranlport 
into any Farts GUI ot this Kingdom any Pig-iron, 
Bar-Iron, Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofin, Turpentine, 
Anchors, Cables, Cordage, Mails, Yards, BouTprits, 
Oars, Oaknm, Oker, Slicct-Coppcr, or other Naval 
Stores, or do ftip or lade any fig-Iron, Bar- Iron, 
Hemp, Pitch, Tar, Rofiii, Tui-peutinc, Anchors, 
-.Cables, Cordage, Mafts, Yardi, Bowfprits, Oars, 
Oakum, Oker, Sheet-Copper, or o;her Naval Stores, 
or Ship or lade any of the Articles above-mentioned 
■on board any Ship or Vefie), in order to tianfport- 
.iiig the fame into any Parts 'acyond the .jcas, with- 
^out Leave or Pcrminion firll being had and obtained 
from His Majclly or His Privy Council, upon pain 



of incurr:ng the iFoiftitures inflifted by an A A 
pafTed In tire Tlnrty-third Year of His Majelly's 
Reign, Intituled " An Aft to enable His Majclly 
" to rellrain the Expoitatiun of Naval Stores, and 
" iirore effeftually to prevent the Exportation of 
" Salt-Petr-c, Arms, and Ammunition, when pro- 
" hibited by Proclamation or Order In Council:" 
Eur it is neverthelef.i His Majelly's Pleafure, that 
nothing herein contained (hall extend, or be con- 
itrued to extend, to any of Hi". Majelly's Ships of 
War, or any other Ships or VefTeh or Boats in the 
Service of His Majefty, or employed or fi-eighted hy 
His Majelly's Board of Ordnance, or by the Com- 
miliioners of His Majelly's Navy ; nor to prevent 
any Ship or Velfcl from taking or having on board 
i'ueh Quantities of Naval Stores as may be necef- 
fary for the Ufe of furh Ship or Vefl'el during the 
Courfe of her intended Voyage, or by Licence from 
the Lord High Admiral of Great I'rlialn, or the 
Commiflioners of the Admiialty for the Time 
being; nor to the Exportation of tlie faid feveral 
Articles to Ireland, or to His Majelly's Yards or 
Gairifon.s or to His ]M.ijefty's Colonies or Planta- 
tions in America or the Weft Indies, or to New- 
foundland, or to His Majefty's Forts and Settle- 
ments OH the Coalt of Afiica, or to the Ifland of 
St. Helena, or to tht; Brilifli Settlements or Fa<aorIts 
in the Eall Indies : Provided, that upon the Ex"- 
portatlon of any of the faid Ariiclis for the Pur- 
pofes of Trade to Ireland, or to His Majelly's 
Yards and Gairifons, or to His Majelly's Colonies 
and Plantations in America or the Well Indies, or 
to the Ifland of Newfoundland, or to His .Ma- 
jelly's Forts and Settlements on the Coall of Afi'Ica, 
or to the Ifland of St. Htlenn, or to the BrItifli 
Settlements or Factories in the Eall Indies, the 
Exporters of fuch Articles do firll make Oath of 
the true Dellinatioir of the fame to the Places for 
uliich they lliall be entered outwards, before the 
Entry of the fanre Ihall be made, and do give fuil 
and fuffielent Security, by Bond, to the Satisfadlloii 
of the CuinmiHtoners of His Majelly's Culloms, to 
carry the faid Articles to the Places for which tliev 
are fo entered Outwards, and for the Purpofe's 
Ipeclfied, and none other ; and i'uch Bond fliall not 
be cmcelled or dellver-cd up trntil Proof be made 
to the Satlsfaftion of the faid Commlflloncrs, b^- 
the r.roduc"tion, witiiln a 'J'ime :<j be fixed by 



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.t'.it faiJ Coir.iiiinioiiere and fpecificl in the Bond, 
of a . *^cflifi»".«lt prrCertilJcates, in Inch Toi in and 
Mam.cr as fi.iiU be dircftc<l by the laid Commif- 
:'.oiiers,-»howiiig that Uie laid Articles have bci'n aU 
■ iulv Ijiidcd at the I'laoeii for whidi they were en- 
ured Outwards; And tlie Rijxlu Honorable llie 
.Lord* Ciimniinioners of His M.ijelh's Trc:\liiry, 
the CoiiinuflioiuMS for executing the Office of Liiid 
High A/JiiiL'-iil of Great Britain, ami tlie Lard 
Warden of the. C,in()uc Ports, are to give the uc- 
ireflary i>ireflions herein as to .them may refpcc- 
tivcly appertain. //''. Faivkencr. 

Adr.:iraky-Officc, January 21, 1S04. 
C Dp)' of a I rtlcr from lAiUUnar.t Ifi/Jltim Rslerlfon , 
i:cminanilin;i I 'it MajejI/t Bnn Speed-well, to Sir 
I'.van Nepean, Burt. Jiitcd njf Duii^etirfs the iGlh 
iffiatil.-. 
SIR, 
Herewi'.h trnnrmit, for tlie Information of my 
Lords Comniiffioners of tli» Admiralty, a Copy 
of my Letter to Admiral Montaj^ii, ac<juainting 
■Jiim of the Captnre of Le Hazard French Pri- 
"vaieer, hy the Brig I command. 
I am. Sir, &c. 

W'n. ROBERTSON. 

Hit liliijepy'sBrig Speedivell, Dutigeiiefs- 
SIR, Roiiii, jfiinuiu-y 16, 1804. 

IN proceeding from Gueantl-y to tin's Anchorage 
with the Tranfports ui>der Convoy, JMving on 
■board the 43 J Regiment, I Yellerday, at Seven 
A. M. Beacfiy bearing by Compijfs E. by N. dif 
tant Five Leagues, fell in with and, after a Cii«fe of 
Four Horns, captmed Le HaxarJ Lugger Priva- 
teer of Boulogne, commanded by I icrrc Francois 
Beanvois, mounting Six Guns, (Two ot which were 
thrown overboard daring tiic Chafi,) witli a Com- 
plement of Thirty-fonr Men. She failed Three 
Days before from Dieppe'; and late the preceding 
■Lvening, off Newhavcn, had captured the Jane, a 
Sloo'), laden with Mcreliaiidtzc, from Southampton 
bound to London. 

1 have the Honor to be, f<c. 

W. ROBERTSON. 
•.'Umral Montagu, Porifmoulh. 

OrJnance-OJfice, January 20, i ^04. 

Royal Regiment of Artillery. 

•Edwin Cruttenden, Gei.t. to be Second Lieutenant, 

■ vice Daiby, promoted. Dated January 14, 1804. 

•Co-.r.mijfior.: ^gntil 'hy the Kw.k •LiculeiulM of the Covntj 

of Elfrx. 

To be Deputy 1 .leutinanti., 

Jame3 Goodeve Sparruv/, lifti. l)attd Dectmber 

17, 180V 
Thomas A lite, Efq. Dated Dcceijibdr 10, 1804. 

Commijlont in the EiTiX Militia, ^jj/i«y by llit J.urJ 

J.ieiiUiuinl. 

Wcjl Re/imenl. 

ThnmasSmyth, Eiq, to be Captain, vice Wilkes, re- 
fi'rn^d Dated December ,1 I, 1803. 

Znf^n Charle-J Jatlifoii to be J-lciitcn.int, vice Jeni- 
foii, rcfigned. Dated December i3, 1S03. 

£n(ign Robert Gilbeit Liviiiglton Macdonald to be 
Ditto, vice Chandler, lefigned. Dated Decem- 
ber 18, 1803. 



Edward GaT.fly, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated De^ 

cember 18, 1803. 

South Regiment. 
Jofeph Lcwi.<i Young, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Dated Deeen.ber 23, 1803. 
Robert Gwilhm, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated ac 

above. 

J^ij/1 Regiment. 
Enfign John Nunu to be Lieutenant, *ice Browii- 

fon, refigned. Dated January 4, 1804. 
William Henry Ai-niihong, G''ut. to be Enfign, 

vice Nunii, piomotcd. Dated an above. 

Conmiijfons in the Royal Glamorgan Militia, Ji^ned 
l/f ihe Lord Lieutenant. 

llichaid Aubrey, Efq; to be Colonel. Dated May 
19, 17V7.- 

Heiu-y Knight, Eft}; to be Lteutcnant-Colancl. 
Dated July 5, I 803. 

Tlujmas Edmoiicks, Elq; to be Major. Dated No- 
vember I, 1798. 

T'o be Ciif'/lainj, 

Richard Madey Hanfard, Efq. Dated March 17, 

1797- 

Nicholas Price, Efq. Dated July 20, 1798. 

James Sheldon, Elq. Dated November i, 1798. 

Richard Morgan, Efq. Dated June 6, 1S03. 

Johu Robiiifon, Efq. Dated June 10, i!?03. 

William Goudricli, Efq. Dated July 5, it!j3. 

Charles Calland, Efq. Dated July 19, (S03. 

I'honjas Smith, Efq Dated July 25, 1803. 
To be Captiiin-IJeutenant, 

John Langley, Gent. Dated May 2, 179S. 
7"« be JLieittenantSf 

Richard Bates, Gent Dated April i2, 1798. 

John Mark Cottle, Gent. Dated .'\ugufl 23, 1799- 

Thomas Thomas, Gent. Dated June 6, 1803. 

John Noreott, Gent. Dated Augull 10, 1S03. 

Richard Sparrow Redman, Gcnt^ Dated Septem- 
ber I, 1803. 

Auriol Chambers,' Cent. Dated September 8., 
1803.^ 

Jiilui Pritchard, Gent. Dated September zi, i'io3. 

William Langley,' Gent. Dated November il, 

'^.°3' 
William Wortham Thomas, .Gent. Dated Decem- 
ber 13, 1803. 

To be Enfr^ni., 
Jatnts Home, Cent. Dated September 3, 1803. 
Thomas Joncs, Gent. Dated September 17, 1S03. 

To be jldjuliiiU, 
Martin .living, Gent. Dated April 24, 1797. 

To bs ^tarter jnnjUr, 
Jofvn Alexander, .Gent. Dated Augtift 2, 1803. 

To he Surgeon, 
William Hopkins, Gent. Dated Aprrl 25, 1803- 

To be Ajfijlant-Sui ;.;e!>n, 
Thomas Thomas, Cent. Jiated May 26, 1S03. 

To be rjyi>i:i//er, 
John Langley, Geut. Dated March 12, 1803. 

Conwii^onfji^nediy tie I.crd Lieutenant of tht Countj 
of Glamorgan. 
To be Deputy Lieutenant j, 
John James BaTett, Efq. 
diaries Calland, Efq, 
James Cap[.er, Efq. 



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Htniy Caveily 'Cotton, Eiq. " , 

.Richard C'rawliay, Efq. 

Rliys Davies,_Efq. 

TlVomits Edmiinc'.cs, Efq. 

The Rcvciciid I'owcU Ed;vards, Cleric. 

WilHam GoodricTi, Efq. 

The Rtvtrciid Doflor Baijamin Hall. 

Jld^vaiid Hawkins, Eliji 

Samutl Homfray.'Erq. 

Revtrciid Doftar J.ohn Hunt. 

John Junes, Ef<|. 

Daniel Jones, Efq. 

Wyndliam Lewis, Efq. 

John Hei'bert Lloyd, Efq. 

Thomas Lockwood, Efq. 

Thomas Markham, Efq. 

The Reverend Rol>ert Rickardt. 

Charles Smith, Efq. 

WiUiara Taitt, Efq. 

Thomas Thomas jun. Efq. 

John Thomiifs, Efq. 

WilKam V;iiin;lian, Efq. 

George Wardc, Efq. 

Jlees Williams, Efq. 

John Wood, jnn. Efq. 

jGeorge Wynclij Efq. 

Commijfion-s in iht South Hants Regiment of Mi- 
litia, yJ^nc^ by the Lord Lieutenant. Dated De- 
cember 2 2, i8q^. 

William Ancell, Gent, to be Enfign. 

■William AlS/idgc, Gent to he Ditto^ 



f Far-Office, January 21, 1 804. 
3r/ Regiment of Ura^Don Guards, Alexander St 
art, Gent, to be Comet, by Puiehafe, vice M^^^- 
lethwayte, promoted. fi;}^. 

20tli Regiment of Light Dragoons, Edward Morti- 
mer, Gent, to be Cornet, by Purchafe, vice Gaf- 
qnet, promoted. 
William Lea, Gent, to be Comet, by Purciiafe, vice 

Newiand, promoted. 
Co.'d/lream Regiment of Foot Cua. \!i, Dr.niel M'Kin 

non, Gent, to be Euli^n, withont Pnrchafe. 
3(/ Regiment of Ditto, Honorable George A'r;ir to 

be Enfign, witliout Pnrchafe. 
William Henry Swann, Gent, to be Enfign, with- 
out Purehafe. 
2,d Regiment of Foot, Francis Bellew, Gent, to be 
Enfign, without Purehafe, vice M'Kay, promoted 
in tile 521! Foot. 
7//1 Ditto, Lieutenant-Colonel Fielder King, from 
the 47th Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice 
Layard, who retires to the Half-Pay of the 5410 
Foot. 
Enfign J. F. Leniion, from the 6tli Foot, to be 
Lieutenant, without Purehafe, vice O'Haia, pro- 
moted in the York Rangers. 
I'th Ditto, Mtijor Montagu Thorley, from the 
I ith Battalion of Rcferve, to be Major, vice Grey, 
promoted in the 6th Garrifon Battalion. 
ii)t/j Ditto, Hugii Morris Joue,-, Gent, to be En- 

iign, by Purehafe, vice Steu'art, promoted. 
26//.! Ditty, Serjeant James Sinclair, fiom the 42d 

Foot, to be Enfign. 
John Ogilvie, Gent, to be Enfign, withou'-. Pur- 
ehafe, vice Brown, promoted. 
3C/A Ditto, Lieutenant James Bird, from the Half- 
Pay of the 5th Foot, to be Lieutenant. 



Enfign Alexander M'Nal>h, -from tiie 26tlr Foot, lo 

Ik Lieutenant, u^thoul Purehafe. 
John Mortiock Lacon, Gent. Lo be Enfign, with- 
out Purehafe, vic£ Poynlz, \vliofe Appojutmcnt 
has not taken place. 
John Peach, Gent, to he Erfigfl, without Purehafe, 

vice Mangin, proinotid. 
40;/^ Regiment of Foal, Rol>ert Henry Wood, Gent, 
to be Enllgii, by Purehafe, vice Slierraid.-pio- 
mottd. 
<^zd pitio. Lieutenant Stewart CamputU to be C?.p- 

tain ot a Company, without Puieliafi-. 
Diigald Gregorfun, Gent, to be Enfign, witb.out 

Purehafe, vice Parfons, deceafcd. 
47//; Ditto, Liaitenant-Coloui! J. B. SkciTclt, fioiii 
the lOth Battalion of Rcferve, lobe Lieutenant- 
Colonel, vice King, removed to the 7th Foot. 
S9th Ditto, Henry pjowjes, Gei:t. to be Enlign, by 

Purehafe, vice Scoll, pionioU'd. 
61/1' Ditio, Colonel James CanqAvjll, from Hair-P.',y 
of the late Chefliire Feiicibles, to be Lieutenanl- 
Colonel, vice Barlovv, who e>:tha;ige.s. 
64//.1 Dittn, Captain Vi'illiain Bt-atly, fiom Colonel 
Ramfay's Regiment, to be Captain of a Com- 
pany, vioc Gaiv.ny, who retires to Half-Pay. 
66//1 Ditto, EnCgn and Adjutant y^lcxaiukr Moor- 
head to be Lieutenant. 
George Arnold, Gent, lo be Enfign, by Purehafe, 

vice Kimber, promoted. 
S^d Ditto, Lieutenant Edwaid Collins, from Half- 
Pay of the 14th IJght Diagoons, to be Lieute- 
rant, vice Ball, who exchanges. 
gff Ditto, William Stewart, Gent, to be Enfign, 
by Pnrchafe, vice Lord Saltoun, promoted in the 
3;th Foot. 
Royal African Cprpr, F.nfign George J::ck, from the 

6otli Foot, to be Ficuteii.Tnt, u-itiiotu Purehafe. 
Colonel Ramfay's Regiment, Ca;>tain Juliii M'Mahon, 
from Half-P.iy ot the 4tli Iiifli" Brigade, to be 
Captain of a Company, vice Beatty, removed to. 
the 64111 Foot. 
\J1 Battalion of Rferv.-, Lieutenant J. Mansfirld, 
from tlie 57th F-jot, to be Captain of a Conv 
pany. ' 
3./ Ditto, Captain John Campbell, from the 41 ll 

Foot, to be Major, vice Webb, w\\) refigns. 
IC//1 Diflv^ Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Garden, 
from Half Pay of tlie 54th Foot, to be Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, vice Skcrrett, removed to the 
47th Foot. 
lUjt Ditto, Francis Nelfon, Gent, to be Enfign. 
NeiLfoundla.id FencMes, Harry Capel Loft, Gent. 

to be Enfign. 
J'/atteviile' s Regiment, Lieutenant Frederick. Ze- 
hendcr to b; Adjutarit, vice Miiral;, deceased. 

Royal IVaggo^i Traia. 
To he Lieutenants, 
Cornet William Walker, 
Cornet and Adjutant John Purvis. 
Cornet Samuel Johni'ou. 
Cornet John Sidaway. 
Cornet Bartholomew rlorfeil. 

To he Cornets, 

Quarter-Maftcr Gilbtrt Aird, from the 2d Dra- 
goons, vice Walker. 

Quartcr-Malter Baul Jackfon, fron:i the 2d Dra- 
gooni, vice johnfoii. 



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Q^rartcr-Mafter John Kirkwood, from the 2d Dra- 

goons, vice Sidnway. 
Qiiai ter-Mafter James Smitli, vice HorfeU. 
Kei-jcant-M.ijor John De Benkcr. 
George A. De L'Hollc, Gent. 

Corporal Jeremiah Crowder, from the Royal Regi- 
ment of Horfe Guards. 
Corporal Harry Walker, from the 2dth Light Dra- 
goons. ■'•' 11'.' 
']lh Royal Garrifon Ballal'ion, QuartPr-Mnfter George 
■ Patten, late of th-..- loth Li^'I't Dragoons, to be 
Enfign, vice (^ampbeil, placed on tlie Retired Lid. 
Cor/icah Corps, Major H'ldfon Lowe, from the 
Royal Fiizileers; to be Major Commandant. 
To be Lieutenants, with lemponiry Rant in the Army, 
.Lieutenant Antonio Guitiera, frotr\ Half-Pay of the 

Jatc Coificaii Rangers. 
LiciUenant A. F. Glrolauli, from Half- Pay of Ditto. 
JLieuteiiaiit Giovanni Atata, from Diito. 
Lieutenant Guifeppe Panatticre, from Ditto. 
Aiigutliis Von Mainibourg, Geiit. j . 

Enfign Jan-.es Nic.holfon, from the 3jth Foot, with 
' permanent Rank, vice Maimberg, removed to the 
' King's German Legion " 

To be Enfigns, . .. 
Enfign FranceTco Gentili, rrom Half-lPay of the late 

•Corfican Rangers. • , . • 

Enfign Giovaiv,:i Siifmi, from Ditto. 
M;j(.'arabella, Gent. 
yi Regiment of Infantry, Major- General Sir Charles 

Green, from the 30th Foot, to be Colonel. 
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Fiancis Streicher, from 
^ tjie ^oth Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel. . 
Captain Francis Geragl.ty, from the 6th ^VeR India 

Regiment, to be Major. 
Lieutenant Alexander Du Condcrs, from the 60th 
, Foot, to be Captain of a Company. 
To he JLiciitenanls, 
JLieutenant H. J. Schravogel, from the Catavian 

Troops. 
Lieutenant S. F. Von Echmont, from Ditto. 

T be F.nfvins, 
iJerjeant-Major George Walbrecht, from the 'joth 

Foot. 
Alexander 'I'hompfoti, Gent. 
William Maxwell Mills, Gent. 
•Samuel Workman, Gent. 
Seijeant Nicholas CuUcn, from the 61I1 Wed India 

Regiment. 
Quarter-Mailer Serjeant Alexander Birnie, from the 
ill Gariifon Battalion. 

In he ^iiirter-mafler, 
•Serjeant William Young, from the 64th Foot. 

S 'i' A F F. 

Lieutenant-Colonel John James Bailo'v, of the 6 id 
Foot, to be Deputy Infpeclor General of the 
Recruiting Service, and Second in Command at 
the Army Depot in the Ifle of Wight, vice Far- 
qiiliar, deeeafed. 

Majtir Henry Cdw.ird B'.inhury (A Aidant Q!_ip.rter 
MalUr General,) to be an Afiillaiit Quarter 
Mailer Gcniral, with the Rank of Lieutenant 
Colonel in the Army, vice GurdiiU, appointed 
Depulv Uaiiaek MaltcT Cicncral. 

Captain Henry Darling, from the 68ih Foot, to be 
a permaneiH .Xflidant in the Quarter Mailer Ge- 
neral's Department, with the Kauk of M:ijor in I 
the Army, vice Bunbury. 



To be Infped'ing FielJ Officers of Teomanry nnti Vu- 

lunleer Corps, <ujilh the Rani of Lieutenant-Colonels 

in the Army fo long only as they Jl>all continue to hold 

ihofe Al'pointments, viz. 
Colonel Walter ClifFe, on Half-Pay of the 9th Foo^. 
Colonel Solom.on Peter De L'Hodc, on Half Pay 

of the late I04tli Foot. 
Lieutenant Colonel James Hare, on Half-Pay of 

the 28th Light Dragoons. 
Major John Cooke, on Ditto. 

Nathaniel Webb, Efq; late Major of the 3d Bat- 
talion of Referve. 
Lieutenant-Colonel George Andrew Armftrpng, on 

Half-Pay of the late Independent Companies. 
Benjamin Williamfon, Efq; late Lieutenaut-Colonel 

of the Caithntfs Highlanders. . , 

I^ieutenant-Colonel James Robinfon, on Half Pay 

ofthc 15th Foot. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Erdcine I'rafer, on Half-Pay of 

the 109th Foot. 
George Callander, Efq; late Licutenaut-Colontl of 

the Rifle Corps. 
C. Machell, Elq; late Major of the 15th Foot. 
Andrew Corbet, Efq; late Lieutenant-Colo/iel.of 

the Royal Horfe Guards. 
W. W. ^iaxvvell, Efq; late Lie-uteHant-Cbloiiel of 

the 3 2d Foot. 
Major" Hugh Maxwell. 

BARRACK-S. 
Major Edward Bofcawen Frederick (Afiiftant Bar- 
rack Madtr Geneial) to be Principal AiTiflaiit 
Barrack Mader General, with the Jlank of Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel in the Army, fo long as he holds 
the Appointment in the Barrack Department. 
George Dennis, Efq; late Lieut<:nant-Colonel in the 
431I Foot, to be ail Alhilant Barrack Mader Ge- 
neial, with the Rank ot Major in the Army fo 
long only as he fhall continnc in the Barrack Do- 
partment. 

Memorandum. 
The Appointment of Enfign Robert Seymour to 
he Lieutenant, by Purchaie, in the 25th Regiment 
of Foot, vice Cannichacl, as ilated in the Gazette of 
the loth Indant, has not taken place. 

I,ienttnant Charles Andrews Bayley, of the ijtli 
Regiment of Foot, is fuperfedcd, being abfent with- 
out Leave. 

Eriiat.\ ill the Gazette of the loth Indant. 
\JI Regiment of Foot Guards. 
For William Henry Alil's, Gent, to be Enfign, 
Read William Henry AJilnes, Gent, to be Enfign. 

2 5 /A Regiment of Foot 
For Thomas Murray //V/w/v, Gent, to 'be Enfign, 

bv Purcliafe, vice Gil>bons, promoted, 
Read 'i'homas Murray Crool.c, Gent, to be Enfign, 

by Purchafe, vice Gibbons, piomoted. 

War-Office, jfiiiiiiiiry 2\ , 1 804. 
Bert/aire li^ejlern Legion. 
Charles Dundas, Efq; to be Lieutenant Colunel- 

Cominandaut. 
Captain F. C. Fowke to be Major. 
Adam Blandy, Elq; to be Captain of Cavalry. 

BeriuicLJhire Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 
Cornet James Summervil to be Lieutenant. 
John Fairbaruc, Giait, to be Coruct. 




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ll^ejl Kent Genllemen and Teomanry Cxivalry. ] 

Lieutenant John Prince to be Suigco[i. 

Melljham Troop of Wilts Gentlemen and Tfomanry 
Cavalry. 
Cflrnet PetiT Awdry to he Lieutenant. 
Tiiomas Clutteibuck, Gent, to be Covntt, vice 
Melbuen, religncd. 

id Battalion of AyrfAre Volunteers. 

Alexander Cooper, Efq; to be Captain, vice Gordon, 
rcligncd. 

George Heiidrie, Gent, to be Lieuten:mt, vice 
Pagan, rcfigned. 

Alexander Hamilton, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Cun- 
ningham, religned. 

Beriuickjhire Vnhinlecy Infantry, 
John Veitch, Ef<]; to be Captain. 
John La njr, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
William Murray, Gent, to be Enfign. 

%d BatiaRon of Loyal Birmingham Vohntecrt. 

Enfign Hunt to be Lieutenant, vice Iddens, 

promoted. 
Jolin Spanow .Stoven, Gent, to be EnGgn, vice 
Kiint, 

I.oyal Clandr.rachy Volunteers. 
Colonel William llobeitfontobeMajor-Commandant. 

I.ude vr \fl Company. 
John Robertfon, Efq; to be Captain. 
John Robertfon, fen. Gent, to be Firft Lieutenant. 
John Robertfon, jun. Gent, to be Second Lieu- 
tenant. 

Glenerachy, or id Company. 
Robert Robertfon, Efq; to be Captain. 
William Stewart, Gent, to be Firft Lieutenant. 
James M'Nab, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, 

Mounted Artillery, or ^d Company. 
Robert Reid, Efq; to be Captain. 
Alexander Sutherland, Gent, to be Firft Lieutenant. 
James Chiiholm, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Col-zinci Volunteers. 
William Marriott, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
John Mattock?, Gent, to be Lieutenant- 
John Saxon, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Doncafler Volunteer Infantry. 
John Armer, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
Jofiah Durham, Gent, to be Enfign. 
Thomas Bickers, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Dunfe and Eyemouth Volunteer Infantry. 
John Gri)fon, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
John Nifbit, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Fipiguard Volunteers . 
David Thomas, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice D. 
Thomas, appointed Adjutant. 
To he Enfigns, 
Methufalem Davies, Gent. 
William Lloyd, Gent, vice D. Jones, refigned, 
Rowland Watkins, Gent, vice Eva«is, refigned. 

Fidham Volunteers. 
Major Meyrick to be Lieutenant-Colonel Com- 
mandant. 



Duke of Glo-icifkys Loval J'chintrers. 
G*orge Mercer, Geiit. to be Lieutenant. 

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fialfux Voh::i:rri. 

Major Thomas Ramfden to be Lieutenant Colonel, 
vice Edivards, rcfigned. 

Captain William Swainfon to be Major, vice Ramf- 
den. 

Lieutenant William Gartwright to be Captain, vice 
Swaiiifon. 

Enfign John Denton to be Lijintenant, vice Cart- 
wriglit. 

Enfign John Freeman to Lc Lieutenant, wen .\r\ui- 
tage, refigned. 

To be Erfftrs, 

John Watkinfon, Gent, vice Fofter, promoted. 

John Shuttleworth, Gent, vice Denton. 

Samuel Smith, Gent, vice Freeman. 

Charles Cartledge, Gent. 

Hj'npflead Voh/ntc.-y: . 
J. C. Macnair, Gent, to be Adjut.Tiit. 

The South Hi^ib Pesh Vohnleers. 
Captain William Carleile to be Major-Commandant. 

Ifiihnefdale Vnhnleers. 
James Martin, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice Ed- 
mund.';, refigned. 
Francis Martin, Gent. t<j be Enfign, vice Jull, rc- 
figned. 

IJornraflle Volunteers . 
W. H Simpfon, Efq; to V)e Captain. 
John Fdwfiit, M. D. to be Ditto. 

To ie Lieutenants, 
Benjamin Hawling, Gent. 
Robert Clitherou, Gent, 
William Bell, Gent. 
Stephenfon Scott, Gent. 

Jo le Enfrgns, 
Griggs Lunn, Gent. 
Benjamin Scott, Gent. 
Thomas Clitherow, Gent. 
Charles EKvood, Gent. 

To he Chaplain^ 
Rev. Jofepli Coltmaii. 

Tb be Surgeon, 
Samuel Gilliat,Gent. 

Long I/land Vohmleer Bnttalion. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander M'Douald to be 

Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Captain Angus M'Donald to be Adjutant. 

2d Regiment of Mid-Lothian Volunteer Infantry. 

Alexander Ramfay, Efq; to be Captain. 

James RufTell, Efq; to be Captain, vice Scott, rc- 
figned. 

Peter Johnftonc^Gent. to be Enfign, 

Cumberland Finnic, Gent, to be l3ltto. 

Monmoutlj/hire Volunteers. 
Rev. Thomas Leyfon to be Chaplain. 
Henry Montonier Hawkins, Gent, to be Surt;eon. 

Neivport Volunteers. 
Waihliigton Cotes, Efq; to be Major. 

Loyal N-CMCeiflle Armed ^Jfuciation. 
Lieutenant-Colonel -Commandant Sir Matthew 
White Ridley to be Colonel. 

Nottingham Loyal Volunteers 
Thnmas Bentlcy,^fq; to be Adjutant, with the 
[ Brevet Ft.iiik of Caj^tniiv, vice Koc. 



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Pfnilyn Volunlter Infantry. 
Major R. W. Price to be Lieutenint-Colontl-Com-' 

niaBclaiit. 
Captain Robert Williams to be Major. 
I-ieutcnaiit Joliii Jones to be Captain, 
linfign I'homas Ctiailcs to be Lieutenant. 
Edward Evans, Gent, lu be Enfign. 

Plymouth Dock Regiment. 
Edward Cliurchill, Efq; to be Captain, vice Sture, 
refijjntd. 

Ponlefraa Volunteer Infantry. 
Thomas Jatklon, Gent, to be Enfigii, viceTo\-n- 
tiid, rcfigned. 

North Rejlon Volunteer Infantry. 
Chrlllopher Taylor, Kl'q; to be Captain. 
John Jcdup, Gent, to be Liciitenaiit. 
Charles Parr, Gent, to be Eiitign. 

Blach IJlt Battalion of Rof-fliire I'tilunteers. 
Captaiii John M'Kenzie to be M.njor, v.ee Charles 

M'Ken/.ie, rdigned. 
Colin M'Kenzie, Ei'q; to be Captain, vice C. 
M'Kenzie, religned. 

5/. Giles's Vohiutrers. 
Joha Kilvington, Gent, to be Eniign, vice Finnis, 
reiigned. 

St. Iws Volunteer Ballal'm. 
Lieutenant William Allen to be Captain. 
Lieutenant Heniy Hoiking to be Ditto, vice R. 

Hiclcci>s. 
Eiifigii John Richards to be Lieutenant. 
Richard Hoiking, Gent, to be Eniign. 

/Irtillery Comp.-iny. 
William Hickenb, Efq; to he Captain. 
Jacob Mogg, Gent, to be Firll Lieutenant. 
John M 'Donald, Gent, to be Ditto. 
Roger Wearne, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Sherwood Rangers. 
Lieutenant John bhergold to be Captain. 
William Potter, Gent, to be Firil LituteJiant, vice 

Shergold. 
William Browne Edwards, Gent, to be Firft Lieu- 
tenant, vice C. L. White, refigned. 
John Ik-ardlliaw, Guit. to be Second Lieutenant. 
jole Jackfon, Gent, to be Ditto. 

Loyal Slochjnrt Volunteer i. 
Enfign Thomas Robinloa to be Lieutenant, vice 

Stanlev, piomoted. 
Robert J'a.kfon, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Robinfon. 

ir.jllon and LulHiigt'.n Volunteers. 
Edward Miller Mii.idy, jun. Elq; to be Captain. 
Thomas llollitr, Gent, to be Liintenant. 
Thon-.as Robinfon, Gent, to be Enfign. 
IVharfilak Volunteer Infantry. 
Lieutenant John Mlithovp to be Lieutenant, vice 

Jaques, promoted. 
Daniel Forller, Gent, to be J>ieiiter.ant. 
Rovllon John Moifes to be Eniign, vice Millhovp. 
William Nitholfon, Gent, to be Eniign, vice Forller. 

Ekratvm in thrOa/ettc of the 27th September 
1803. 
If-ejl Kent Gentlemen and 1 eomanry Cavaliy. 
Tor Daniel D')dgcn, Gent, to be Adjutant, 
Read Daniel Dodgen, ./i/y; late Captain in the 2d 
Dragoon Guards, lo be Adjutant, with the Brevet 
^ank of Captain. 



jrhllehall, yaniiary 21,1 fio4. 
The Appointment ot Samuel Lyfons, Efq; to be 
Keeper of the Records in the Tower ef London, 
was incorreflly ilated in the Ga/.ette of Saturday the 
14th Inftant. His Majtlly has been pleafed, with 
the Concurrence of the Mailer of the Rolls, to a|-- 
point the faid Sannicl Lyfons, Efq; to the Office of 
Keeper of the Records in the Tower of London. 

WAR OFFICE. 
Notice tc Officers in the Army. 

SEVERAL Officers of the Army having repre- 
fcnted that they have been required hy the Af- 
feffors under the Property Aft, in the Dillrifts in 
which they are or have been llationed, to make Re- 
turns of liieir Military L come, in order to their 
being aflcfled for the fame in fuch Dilbicls, Notice 
is hcrel)y given, that all Officers of the Aimy, whe- 
tlier on Full or Half-Pay, will be allelfed for their 
Military Income, under the Direftions ot the Com- 
nufhonei'S appointed by the Lords Commilfioners of 
His Majeily's Treafury for affeffing the Army in 
general. 

Dated at the War-Ollice, this 14th Day of Ja- 
nuary 180.1.. 

By Order of the CommifTioners for afltfling 

the Pay and Allowances of Officers in the 

Army, Cha. Hamillon, Clerk. 

Lillruftions for the Guidance of OfTicers in ma.'v- 

ingout their Military Income, are now preparing. 



Whitehall, 21ft January 1S04. 
JJ/Hcreas it hath bee humbly rcprefented to the King, 
' that in the Night of Thtitfday the zzd of Decemher 
lajl, ql/out Ten 0' Clock, the Jirporl of fveral C iii.s luas 
heard in a Hood Lehmging to and near the Hoiife of 
Francis Ferrand FoljUmbe, Efq; of OJberton, in the 
County of Nottingham, luhereupon IVilliam Hall his 
Gavieknper, and fever al others of his Servants, ivent 
oat to endeavour to apprehend the Offenders, and havitig 
purjued them from the Woud whire the Report was 
Jir/1 heard to another at funic Diflauce. they all (except 
IViliiam Holmes, one of the Servants nf Mr. Foljambe, 
who was on HorfeiaciJ enteral the IVood, anil in the 
Middle of it fiiund one IVilliam Atkins armed with a 
Gun, which he prefnled, threatening to blow, out lie 
Brains of the frjl that came near him ; and it was not 
till after cuijidrruhle Rejijlance Atkins was fecured : 
And whereas during the Struggle with Atkint the Re-- 
port of another Gun •was heard on the OulJiiL- of the 
Wood, and immediately afterwards a Cry as of a Peifou 
in Agony, and thereupon feveral cf the Servants of iht 
faid Francis Ferrand Foljambe. F.fq; ran to the Sj ot, 
and found there the faid II 'illiam Holmes lying on tie 
Ground dangeroujly wounded ; and the faid ly illiam 
Holmes hath depofed, that feeing two Men, one in a 
Blue faciei, the other in a Smock Frock, he rode up to 
the ,\:an in a 'Jacket, and endeavoured Jo fecure him, on 
ivhich the Alan immediately Jlred at him. and then, with 
his Companion, '[jelled hrs Efcape : And wiereas the 

Circumjlances nf 'Two Men of the Names of 

Smith and William Thornton having been feen in Com- 
pany with Atkins on the Fv.ning of the Commijfion of 
this atrocious Outrage in the Drefs defcribed bi IVi'liain 
Holmes ; and it appearing that the faid William Thorn- 
ton that Evening bought Powder and £ hot at Retford • 
and neither Smith ntr TJiarnSoit having Jinct bein feen f^j. 



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heard of in the Ne'iglilnnrliood inhere they reJidcd,Jlron^]y 
a-ilhorizs the Stijpkiori thai they were Parlies in the 
J'erpelralion of the y'llrocily; 

His Maje/Iy, therefore, for the Idler and more fpeedily 
apprehending and Iringiiig to Ju/tice the Perfous con- 
cerned in the alo-ve Outrage, is hereby pleafed to promife 
JHis mojl gracious Pardon to any One of the [aid Of- 
fenders (except the Perfon luho aSually jircd the Gun, 
and ivounded the faid IVilliam Holmes j 'who Jhall make 
fuch Difcovery of his jlccompUce or Accomplices therein, 
as that he or they mav be apprehended and convided 
thereof ' C. YORKE. 

And, as a further Encouragement for the Diftovery of 
fuch Offender or Offenders, a Reward of ONE HUN- 
DRED GUINEAS is hereby offered to any Ferfon 
or Perfons making the fame, (except the Perfon before 
excepted,) to be paid upon the Convi^iosi of fiich Offen- 
der or Offenders, by the faid Fi aiicis Fcrrand Fol- 
Jamie, Efq. 

Vv'Iiitcliall, January 21, 1804. 

TjyHereas it hath been hunib'y reprefented to the King, 

that a mojl daring atut fcamfalous Outrage took 

place in the City of Chejier, on IVed'.efday the zSlh 

Day of December lajl, wherein divers Perfons, at pre- 

fnt unkncum, proceeded to dejlyoy the Gata of the Gaol 

of the faid City, and to deliver by F'orce a Perfon con- 

Jined therein-; 

His Majepy,for the belter apprehending and bringing 
to yuflice the Perfons concerned in the daring and Jean- 
dalous Outrage abovemenlicned, is hereby pleafed to pro- 
mife His mojl gracious Pardon to any One of them, (ex- 
cept the Perfons attually concerned in deflroytng or pul- 
ling down, or aiding or qfjifling to pull down, the Gales 
of the faid Gaol,) who Jhall difcover his or their Ac- 
ctimptice or Accomplices therein, fo that he, flie, or Ihcy 
may be apprehended and conviSed thereof, 

C. YORKE. 

And, as a further Encouragemeft, a Reward of 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS is hereby offered to 
any Perfon making Juch Dfcovtry as afore faid, (except 
as is before excepted,) to be paid on lite Con-oidian of any 
One or more of the Offenders., by the Lords Lommffioners 
of His Alajijly^s Treajury. 

Whitehall, January 14, 1804. 

JJ/'Hcrcas it hath been humbly reprefented to the 

King, that, on the Morning oj Sundjy the Hth 

Infant, Jonie evil-difpofed Perfon or Perfons did wil- 

juliy and maliciouff.y fet Fire, in Three Places, to the 

Premifes of Mr. Copland, of Colcman-Street, in the 

Cily of Loudon, after having robbed the Honfe j 

His Mdji-Jly, for I he belter apprehending and bringing 
to 'Jujlite the Peifous concerned in the faid Felony, is 
hereby pleafed to ^promife His mof) gracious Pardon to 
any One of them (except the Perfon ivho adtuutly Jet 
Fire to the faid Premifes) who Jhall difcover his or 
their Accomplice or Accomplices therein, fo that he, the, 
»■ they may be apprehended and conviBed thereof. 

C. YORKE. 

A.7\d^ as a further Encoura'^ement, a Reward of 
ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS is hereby offered by 
the Inhabitants of I he IVard of Coleman-'Street ; and- 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS by the Corporation 
of the Royal Exchange Affuranee, and the Directors of 
the Sun and Phanix Fire-Offccs, u any Perfon making 
fuch Difcovery as aforefaid, (except as is before excepted,) 
■ to be paiil on the Conviflion cj' any One or more of the 
Offenders, 



Navy-Office, Januai-)' 16, 1804. 
'T'H E Principal Officers and Commiffioners of His 
^ Majejly^s Navy do hereby give Notice, that they 
they will receive Tenders until IVednefday the 2ph 
Injlant, for the Hire of Ten Armed Cutters, (with 
sni any Limitation as to their Size,) to be employed in 
His Majejlf-s Service. R. A. Nelfon. 

Kavy-Officc, January 2, 1804. 
'J^HE Principal Offcers and Commffioners of His 
'- Majejly's Navy, do hereby give Notice, that on 
IVednefday the z^th infant, at' One o'clock, they will 
be ready to treat with fuch Perfons as may be willing 
to contrail for fupplyin^ Hit Majejly's Tards at Dept- 
ford, IVoolwich, Chatham, Sheernefs, Portfmouth, and 
Plymouth, 'with Braziers' and Founders' Goods. 

A Form of the Tender may be feen at this Office. 

And no Tender wdl be received after Twelve o'CToci 
on the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, urdefs the Party, 
or an Agent for him, al tends. 

R. A. Nelfoii, Secretary. 

Navy-Office, January 2, 1804. 
"^HE Principal Officers and Commifwners of Hii 
■* Majcjlfs Navy do hereby give Notice, that on 
IVednefday the 2^th of Januiuy 1804, "' ^^" o'Clocl 
in the Forenoon, Commtffioner Hope will expofe to Sale 
at his OJfce in His Majefly's 7'ard at Chatham, fe-vera' 
Lots of Old Sto'tcs, conjyiing of 

Old Canvas and Taipaulines, 

Old Rope, ill Paper-Stuff, 

Shakings, 

Old Boltrope, 

Toppets, 

White Ocham, 

Hemp Riibbilh, 

Old Tar Barrels, -Oil CafliS, Sec. 
all lying in the faid .Tard, where any Perfons, w'lfhing 
to become purchajirs, may have the JJbertv of viewing 
the fame during the common working flours of the 
2'ard, until the Day of Side. 

Inventories and Conditions of Sale may be had here 
and ft the 2'ard, R. A. Nellun, Secretary. 

Navy- Office, January 9, 1804. 
y^HE Princpnl Officers and Commiffioners of His 
His Majejly's Navy do hereby give' Notice, that on 
Saturday the 2bth Inflant, at One 0' Clock, they wilt 
be ready to treat with fuch Perfons as may be willing 
io contrail for fupplying His Majejly's 1 aid at Port) - 
mowh, with the f Mowing Articles, viz. 
Bricks. 
Tiles. 

Lime Chslk. 
Slates. 

■Oak Spine Heart Laths. 
r"ir Ditto. 

lir Lathii for Ceiling. 
Charcoal. » 

•Me of Wight Rubble Stone. 
Culm. 
A Form of theTender may be feen at this Office; 
yindno Tender will be reciived after Tnvehe o'Cloe-i 
•on'the Day of Treaty, nor avfnaiced,wdt[s the Party, 
or an AgtKt Jar him, attends', ' • ' ' ■ ' ^ 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy Office, January 5, 1 894. 

"T^H E Principal Officers and Commiffioners of His 

■Mai^ily's Navy, .da hereby give Notice, that.ou 



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SaturJ/iy ihe 2%th Iiiflant, nCOn: o'CLci, dicy 'u.-ill be 
ready tu I rent ivilh J'uch Perfum as mjy tc •wilting to 
■eonirii3j'urJupf lying His Majtjly's l\irds at Plymouth 
'With T»;anis ot Hi'ifcs. 

^ Form of l%e TcruJcr, ■with olber Particulars, mjy 
tefeen til this Office. 

And no 'Tender ivill be received /iflerTivekue ei'Cloc i 
on tie Dai nf Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
or iin jl^cntjor him, attends. 

R. A. Nclfon, 'S^rrtarji 

Office of OrJnaace, January ti, 1804 
^'pBE Principal OJicers of His Maje/ly's Ordn.wce 
■^ Jo hereby give Notice, that they -will be reaJy le 
rective at their OJiie, in St. 3fargiirel's-Slreel, ITe/l- 
miijler, oti tl.'c 2^ih jfunuary next, Propofals Jrom fjch 
Perfiin or Perfons <who may be iviliiiig to contrali for the 
Supply of a conjidcrable ^lunlity of 'riiiiber, Plank, 
mid other Articles [the ll^hole of ivhich nuijl be of 
Rnglifh Growth and prime ^laFily ), required in the 
Courfe of the Tear for the Service of the Royal Car- 
i i ige Department at IVo^lwich, ivh.-re every Particular 
01 to the De/cripticn and :^ality of the Articles, as ive'l 
as the Proportion and Periods of Delivery, may be 
known by Application to Colonel Fage, cr Officer belong- 
ing to the Royal Carriage Department. The Payment 
to take place in Thre^ Alontbs fubfequerl to the ^larler 
in which the CertificiVe from the relpecitve OJicers of the 
Warren, expreffing that the Articles have been received 
and approved of , Jball be be delivered into the OJfue of 
the Surveyor-General at the Tower. No Propofals 
iifill be received after the z'ith January, nor can any 
be admitted which does not ojfer for the IVhole of the 
Articles required ; and it is expected that each Perfon 
'will give jiijficietU Security for the Fulfihncnt oj the 
Contract, at 'well as deliver his Propofals fealed 'ip, nnd 
exprejfed on the Outfide, " Propofals for the Supply of 
Timber for the Roy.il Carriage Department iit IVool- 
-aiich." lij Order of the Hoard, 

R. H. Crtw, Secretary. 

Office of Ordnance, Wcllmiiifter, 
Jan. 13, 180+. 
''fHE Principal Officers of His Maj.Jly's Ordnance 
'• do hereby give Notice, that Propofals will be re- 
ceived at their Office in St. Margaret-Street, It'ejlmin- 
jler, on or before Thurfday the i' th Inflant, from fuch 
Perfons as may be wilfing to undertake the Supply oJ 
Iltliiirts and Caps for the Service of the different Corps 
under the Diretiion of itiit Department. 

Patterns of the Articles to be fupplied may be viewed 
upon Application to Mr. Geaffl, the Ordnance Store- 
keeper at Woolwich ; end the Terms anil Conditions of 
the Contrafi may be known at the Secretary's Office in St. 
Margaret Street aforefaiJ, any Day between the Hours 
•/" T en and Four 0' Clock, where the Propofals are to be 
delivered fealcd up, and marked on the Outfide, " Pro- 
P'fals for ihi Supply of Helmets and Caps ;" lul no 
Propofal tan be admitted after the faid l6lh Jnjlanl. 
By Order of the Board, 

K. H. Crew, Secretary. 

Office of Ordnance, January 9, 1804. 
n^HE Principal OJieeri of His Majefiy's Ordnance 
■* do hereby give NtilUe, that Propofals will le re- 
ceived at their Office, in St. Margaret Street, Wejh 
mi/yler, on ThurfJay the 2d Day of Febiuaty next, 
from fuch Perfons as may be willing to undertake tie 
^ufply of Lcalhem BfcccUes aixi Gloves fur ttic 



Royal Horfe Artillery, and Corps of Gunner 
Drivers, upon Contrail for a Period of Three Tears 
from the \/t of April next. Patterns of the Articles may 
be feen upon Application at the Principal Storekeeper's 
Office, in the Town, and the Terms and Conditions of 
the Contra^ may lie known at the Setretary's Office, in 
St. Margaret Street a fore faid, any Day between the 
Hours of Ten and Four o' Clock, where the Pn.pofals 
are to be defivered, fealed up, and marked on the Oiitjidr 
" Propofiis for the Supply of Leathern Brccelts and 
Glove: " but no Propofals can be admitted aftir Thurf- 
day the zd February next. 

By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Crew, Secretary. 

STATE LOTTERIES. 

Stamp-Office, Somerfet-Plntc, Jaa. 7, 1804. 

jfTfS Majefiy's Commifjioners for managing tie 

Stamp-Duties do hereby give Not}ce, that the foi- 

loiuing are the Perfons who are duly hccnfeii by them 

for felling Tickets in the prefcnt Stale-Lotteries: 

Bilh I'liomas, Ni>. 4, Coriiliill, No. 9, Chariim-Crors ; Cities 
of Kdinl>iir);li, (Jlouccllcr, aivl Roclicrtcr ; 'I'owiis of Man- 
chfllci, Aliirgatc. :tiui Kinglton-upun-UiiH. 
Branlcdmh J^nif^s, No. 11, Wnlborn, No. ■^7, Cornliiil; Cities 
6i hdinhiirgh, CMouccIIlt, Cn\ entry, Norwich, .S;ili!l»iir>\ 
Clm-litrrtcr, ClK-rter, York, H^tli, iirilb.l, K.\>.t<;r, \\\1K, 
Winclicllcr, VVorccllcr, Alicnlccn, aiid Glalgow ; Tuwii', 
of Reading, Birmingliam, iUiry .St. Edcmnuls, (lol'pnrt, 
Kinj;tlon-iipon-HuIl, Lynn, Dumfries, Uolton, Kewaik, 
Nortliamptoii, PortlVa, Plymoiitli, Stimford, Chatlian), 
Beverley, Dorclicilcr, Uiindec, Newport PagneH, Newport,. 
Illc of Wijrht, .Slierhornc, Weymoutli, Wolvcrliamptoii, 
lirid;;ewater, Marlborougii, Varnioulh, Liverpool, Lan- 
c.ilter, Ne\\cal)le-upon-'ryne, and .Slirtwlbnry. 
Briicklliaw Jolin and C'apel John. Royal Luchannc, Cornhill. 
Carroll John, No. j6, Oxlord-btreet, uid Tow;i of Man- 

chclKr. 
Carter William, No. 8, Clnring-Crofs. 
Downs Pettr, No. 81, Ncw^ate-.Strctt. 
nrummond .\lexander. No. 65, Fleet-Street. 
Harriliin .Sara.hand Brooke William. No. 237 Piecadilly. 
Hazard Robert, Btnne Thomas, Warner Kdward, Uurnc Tho- 
m.isthe younger, and Warner Thomas Courtenay, Royal- 
Lxchange, Cornhill. 
Hodges Richard, No. 149, 0\ford-.Strect.No. 44, St. Jamcs's- 
Street; City of Lincoln ; Towns of Huntingdon, Notting- 
ham, Purtimouth, Brighthelmltone, Plymouth, and Don- 
calter. 
Hodges William, No. it?, Pali-Mall. 

Hornlhy Thomas, Cornhill ; Cities of Canterbury, Cheflcr, 
J'.xtter, WorceOer, Yoik, Coventry', Norwich, Uatii, and 
Hereford; 'I'owns of Southampton, Liverpotd.'l'aunton, 
I.ynn, IHmI, Swanfca, iJerby, Gol'port, Maidllone, Shaltf- 
biiiy, Leeds, V\illHieh, .Sheffield, NewcalHc-upon-Tync, 
l.ancalier, Birmingham. Kendal, and Plymouth. 
Jackton Richard, Pope's Head Alley, CornhiU. 
Johnfon John, Pope's Head Alley, Cornhill. 
Matter hdwaul, Nii. i, tjrtat Piazza, Covent-Garden. 
Nich<dlon William, No. 88, Corner of the Royal-F.xchange, 
Cornhill; City of Uath ; Towns of Leeds, Brecon, and 
Ramfgate. 
Norton James and Norton James, jun. City of Brillol. 
Pope Simeon, Nr) r 2, Callle-Ailey, Royal-Kxihangc. 
l*ortf r James, No. 14, Parliament Street. 
Richaidfbn Peter, fJoodluck Fli/aheth, and Arnul! Ceorge, 
Cornhill and Chjring-Ctols ; Cities of Norwich, Bath, 
Canterbury, Glouccrter, ind F.xetcr ; Towns of Notling- 
lianr, .Shei borne, LeiccdtT, Manchelter, Colcheltcr, Liver- 
pol, Southampton, Reading, Poole, I*red^, Shrewlhury 
Portfe-J, Kingfton-npon-Hull. Plymoulh-Uotk, NewcallU- 
upon-Tyne, Hailleigli, and Wakefield. 
Roberts Thonias, No. X, Cornhill. 
Sfott Crorge, No. 75, New Bond-Street. 
.Stewart John, No. 121, Oiford-Stnet. 

Swift '1 homas, and Gandon John, Poultry ; Cities of Brirtol, 
Canterbury, Chiehefter, Nonvich, Bath,Glouccl)rr, York, 
and Glafgow; Town* of fiiimingham, Liverpool, LeedS] 



-1*1 ^h^A.r 



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C 8i 3 



Windl^ir, Derhr, -SlieiTicM, l.c-lceilor, Newcaftlc-iipon- 

Tync, Klngfton-iipon-HiiU, St?.iiiford,\Vliktliavcn, Man- 

clKllcr.anil Ipfwicli. 
Sliomlbii John, and (Jiles Attluir, Citv of Edinburgh, 
Turner George, No. 59, Billio|)ll;atc-Strcet. 
White John, and ForrcU Daniel, City of Edinburgh. 

By the Ail of 4?(/ Gen. 3. ch. gi. It Is enaSal, that 
no Perfoti fljall keep an OJJice for dealing in Tickets and 
Shares, <wilhoul having Jlrjl obtained a ' Licence for 
that Pttrpofc. 

By the fame AR it is enaclecl, that all Tichets de- 
pojited -with the Receiver-General of this Revenue for 
the Purpnfe of being fold into Shares, and 'which /hall 
be drawn Prizes of 50/, or nndcr, Jliall remain Three 
Days, and all P/i%es of 1 00 /. and upwards, Jliall 
remain Fourteen Days in this Office after the fame /hall 
be drawn, in order that the Share Holders may have 
Time to give Notice to the faid Receiver-General, not to 
deliver fiich Prize Tickets out of his Cnjlody until the 
Shares are paid or fatisfied. 

yind that no Receipt for any Ticket depojited as 
aforefaid, fiall be transferable, nor the Interefl or Pro- 
perty therein ajfgnable in any Manner whutfoever. 
By Order of the Commiffvmers, 

C. E. Beresford, Secretary. 

LONDON DOCKS. 
London Dock-Houfe, January 17, 1804. 
' # '//£ Diredors of the London Dock Company hereby 
•*■ give Notice, that Warrants for the Interejl due up 
to the ifl of January inflant, will be ready for delivery 
at this Houfe, on Friday next, and any Day (Sundays 
excepteel) after that Time, between the If ours of Eleven 
and Three 0' Clock. Geo. Robinfon, Secretary. 

Such Proprietors as have paid up their Subfcriptions 
in full, and not yet left their Scrip Receipts, are requejled 
to fend the fame to this Houfe. 

London, January 20, 1804. 
Surrey Pofl-Horfe Duty Office, Bclle-Sauvage-Yavd, 

Ludgate-Hill. 
TyUrfuant to the fever al Acts of Purliament in that 
Cafe made and provided, and by Order of His 
Majefly's Commiffioners for managing the Duties on 
flamped Vellum, Parchment, and Paper, The Pofl- 
maflers. Innkeepers, and otlier Perfous, licenfed to let ' 
Horfes to travel Pofl, and by Time, reftding in the 
Borough of Southwnrk, or itiithin Five Miles of the 
Head fiffice for Stamps 'in the -County of Surrey, are 
required to attend on Monday the'2^d Day of 'January 
in/lant, bettueen the H&urs of Ten in the Forenoon and 
Three in the Afternoon, i.'o bring in and deliver at the 
Pqjl-Horfe Duty Office, in Belle-Sauvnge-Tard, Lud- 
gate-Hill, London, their fevered Weekly Accounts to Sa- 
turday the 2 \fl Injlant mclufve ; and at the fame Time to 
pafs the faid Accounts and to pay the Monev due thereon. 
Edmund James, Farmer of the'faid Duty for 
the County of Surrey. 

^fOtice is hereby given to the Officers and Crew of 
■^^ His Mcfjefiy's Hired Vlrmed Brig Lady Ann, 
Lieutenant 'John Lake, liile Commander, who were 
equally on board at the Capture of the Wajp, on the 
lyh of January 180 1, in Company with His Ma- 
jejly's Sloops Favorite and Bittern, that they will be 
paid their refpedive Proportion oflbejaill Vejfelon the 
ijl of February next ; and the Shares not then demanded 
will be recalled at the Office of T. and A. H. Steward, 
Great Tar mouth, every Monday for Three 7'eitrs to 
^ome. A. H. Steward tuid Jas. ^iarvey. Agents. 

Bo. 1566J. c 



Plymouth, January 16, 1804. 

AJOtice is hereby given, (to all Perfons concerned,) 

that the Account of Sales for the Head- Money of 

the Fenleux French Gim-Brig, captured by His Ma- 

jefty's Ship La Loire, Frederick Louis Maitland, Efq; 

Commander, will be exhibited in the Regijlry of the 

High Court of Admiralty agreeable to AH op Parliament. 

Edward Lyne, Agent to the Captors. 

Plymouth, January 16, 1804. 
AjOtice is hereby givento.the Captam,OJficers,an^ Com- 
panji of His Majefly's Ship La Loire, who were 
aP.ually on board at the Capture of Le Vt^nteux French 
Gun-Brig, that on Tuefday the x^th January injlant, 
will be paid tit the Counting Houfe of Mr. Edward 
Lyne, Plymouth, their refpeSive Proportions of the Pro 
ceeds of the Head- Money to which they are entitled for 
the Capture of the fiid Brig, on the zSth June lajt ; 
twd the Shares not . then demanded ivill be recalled 01: 
every Tuefday and Friday for Three 2 er.rs to come. 

Edward, Lyne, Agent to the Captors. 



N' 



No. 3, Great Ormond-Street, Jan. 18, 1804. 
Otice is hereby given, that the Account of the Sal- 
vage on the Ships Uiiion, recaptured on the ifh n^' 
July 1803, and Maria, recaptured on the ^ib of the 
'fame Month, both by His Majefly's Ship Ifis and Fox 
( 3 ) Hire A Cutter, will he exhibited in the High Court 
of .Idmiralty, according to AS of Parlinment. 

Jof. Trcunfell. 

January ij, 1804. 

Notice is b«r6by given,- that the Partnerfiiip between 
Meffrs. John Smith, and Jihn Edwards, of Cliurch- 
Lane, in the Paridi of St. Mary Whitechapcl, in the County 
of Middlelex, Coopers, was on the 21ft Day of Decenber- 
la(t, difTolved by mutual Confent ; and that the Trade will 
in future be cr.rric'a on feparate!y by the faiy John Smith, 
at liis Cooperage, fituate in Dock-Sfreet, Rofcmary-Larte, 
and by the faid Jolin Edward?, at the Cooperage, in Church- 
I.ane at'orefaid ; and that all Debts coniraclcd ijnce the 
above 'I'inie will be paid by .them reipcflively. 

John Smith. 
Jolfn Edwards. 

t Leeds, Jnnuary 2, 1804. 

Notice is hereby given; that the Partnerfhip beretof.rc 
carried on between Robert Wiifon, Edv/arri Atkinfen, 
and Jofeph Atlcinfon, of Leeds, in the County of Yok, 
Merchants, under tlie Firm of Wiil'on and Atkinions, waj, 
diliolved by mutual Confent, on the' id Day of January in 
the Year of our Lord 1S04;" ail Debts due to and iVoni tlie 
faid .Copartnerlhip will be received and paid, by the faid Ro- 
bert \\'ilibn and Jofeph Atkinfuu, who will in future. carry 
on the Builnels iindej- the pirm of V.'illbu and Ackinfon : 
As witnefs their Hands, this 2d Day of January .1804, 

Robert Wilfon. 

Edward Atkinfon . 

Jofeph Atkinfon. 

Or.iee is hereby cU-en, that the PartnerlTiip lately fiib- 
filting batween-JamesParlington and John Chn(ti.in 
l-Tartwig Garbers, of Een-Coint, Fcnchurch-,Street, London, 
.Ship and Infurance-Iirokcrs,. was, on thejillof December 
lalb, (ii"olv.ed by^niutu.-.! Cor.lent : Witnefs onr Hands this 
^,°'''i?,?)'»i? J¥?'-'y)^°+' James Partington. 

John C. H. Garbers.' 

TaViflock-Street, Covcnt-Garden, January 2, 1804. 

Notice is hereby given, That the Partnerdiip lately fub- 
filUng between- us under the Firm of Schabncr and 
Sun, was on the 7.5th Day of December laft, diirolved by 
mutual Coiifent. Witnefs our Hands, 

And. Schabner. 
Thas. Schabner, 



[ 82 ] 
AVERAGE PRICES OF BRITISH CORN, 

I5y the Quarter of Eight" Winchester Buflicls, an.l of OATMEAL per Boll of i4olb«. 
Avoirdupois, from the Returns received in tlic Weekended the 14th of Januaiy 1804. 



INLAND COUNTIES. 



Middlcfex, - 
Surrey, ■ - 
Hertford, - 
Bedford, - 
Huntingdon, 
Northampton, 
Rutland, 
Leicefter, - 
_^ Nottingham, 
Derby, 
Stafford, 
Salop, 

Hereford, - 
Worcefter, 
Warwick, - 
Wilts, 
£erks, 
Oxford, 
Bucks, 
Brecon, 
Montgomery, 
Radnor, • 

(EfTex, 

I Suflex, 
■ , 5 Suffolk, 
^•^ I Cambridge, - 
3d Norfolk, 
' Lincoln, 
York, 
Durham, 
Northumberland, 
Cumberland, 
Weftmorland, 
Lancafter, 
Chcller, 
'■ Flint, 

I Denbigh, - 
Eth< Anglelea, - 
1 Carnarvon, 
Merioneth, 
/Cardigan, - 
J Pembroke, 
9'" j Carmarthen, 
{ Glamorgan, 
( Glouceller, 
loth -; Somerfct, 
( Monmo\ith, 
Devon, • 
'"^i Cornwall, . 

, Dorfet, 
"'" I Hants, r 



"»'»^ - 

,?^>. ■" 



Wheat. 


Rye 




Baiky. 


J, 


0'. 


s. 


</. J. </. 


54 


II 


33 


6 


24 2 


Tt 


IC 


32 





23 3 


49 


9 


35 


6 


21 11 


40 


li 


3' 




20 10 


46 


4 






iS 6 






V 


6 


3' 





19 10 


<;'> 


6 




— 


30 


53 


9 






21 8 






79 


8 


34 





24 3 


?« 


6 




— 


26 10 


?? 


10 




— 


25 6 


4.S 


8 


33 


8 


24 1 


46 


4 


32 





24 6 


45 


7 


34 


4 


24 7 


53 


7 






25 2 






49 
53 



4 
9 






23 
23 1 
21 3 






49 






5' 


4 






21 il 






49 


7 


32 





25 4 


45 


6 






19 2 






[ 46 


5 






23 9 







Oats, 
25 

23 

20 
zo 
'7 
'9 
18 

»9 
22 

22 

23 
22 

24 
25 
24 

21 
23 
20 
22 
21 

i8 

20 



Beam. 
1. d. 



Peafe. Oatmeal. Bceror Big. 
!• d. t. d. s. . d. 



MARITIME COUNTIES, 



54 


4 


55 


1 


54 





49 





42 
46 
48 

49 


II 

9 

9 
8 


50 

47 


7 
6 


54 


I 


54 
58 


10 
4 


52 4 
None 


56 


2 


58 
5^5 






47 


3 


47 


10 


55 


9 


54 
48 


10 
10 


54 


2 


52 


5 


57 


10 


55 


5 


5' 


4 


51 


I 



29 o 



26 


6 


26 





27 





31 


6 


35 





36 





44 





44 






"bought 



40 O 



21 10 

26 o 



27 
20 

'9 
19 
21 

23 

29 

22 1 1 

26 10 

26 6 

26 8 

26 10 

for Sale. 

28 I 

25 10 

27 6 
18 5 
22 4 

22 lu 

27 4 



23 
24 

25 
26 
28 
22 
23 



24 
26 
28 
20 

15 
18 

»7 

'9 



7 
o 
1 1 
8 
1 
8 

7 

20 10 
20 9 



22 

22 
25 



20 10 



21 
18 
18 

•9 
16 
16 

'7 
20 

23 

22 

20 
'9 
'9 
23 
23 



7 
o 
o 

7 

2 

8 

1 1 

2 
I 

7 

4 

1 1 

5 
II 
10 



.57 
39 

32 9 

33 9 
25 4 
3' 
33 

36 8 

37 6 
41 2 

45 


41 2 

42 3 
37 9 
36 4 
30 4 
34 






















51 3 
30 7 




47 ' 
40 

42 6 
42 4 

45 3 
60 
36 

36 4 

34 3 

35 

34 8 
n 4 
4t 3 

35 6 

37 6 
45 
34 2 
30 4 
32 7 
25 6 
64 






23 7 
34 2 
63 7 
60 2 








43 2 

40 5 

41 I 
40 8 
36 6 

33 2 
31 6 






46 4 












36 

44 6 
67 10 














33 
35 10 








30 3 

25 IC 

31 5 

32 

38 5 
36 


50 7 


' 








41 7 










ij 


















64 


22 6 

2l_IO 






21 s 








44 10 


41 8 


40 .8 








j6 


37 • 
36 6 




























40 3 
43 " 


40 4 
37 2 
51 6 
























42 8 
3« 5 








48 6 







AVERAGE of ENGLAND and WALES. 

J 51 10 I 33 5 I 23 8 I 21 .3)36 6 I 41 i|4oiolai ■$ 



L 83 ] 



AVERAGJ- nilCES of 



I a Diftn'a,. 

2.1 

3J 

Sth 

6th 

7th 

8tli 

9th 

loth 

nth 

I2th 



>R 


ITISH CORN, 


by which EXPORTATION 


ar 


d BOUNTY 


are to be regulated. 




Wheat, Rys, Barley, Oats, Beans, I'cafe, Oatmeal, BeerorEig 


perQr. perQr .perQr. pcr(>r. pcrQi. per Qr. pi.-i B.jll. pcrQr 


t. d, X. 4- 


I -J. (/. X. //. . }. d. J. 


d. s. d. s. d. 


~ 


5< 1 


*3? 5 


: 24 


22 


35 9 


39 


3 


*40 10 


*2I 5 


- 


47 4 


26 3 


■ 20 2 


»9 '9 


•29 3 


33 


9 


50 7 


♦21 5 


■ 


46 9 


27 D 


' '9 7 


18 I 


3' 5 


32 


7 


*40 10 


*2I . 5 


- 


48 7. 


31, 6 


21 1 


jS 6 


33 2 


■!5 


6 


44 " 


»2 1 5 


- 


49 1 


36 


23 J< 


20 9 


36 


*4i 


I 


•5 


•2. 5 


. 


54 3 


1+ 0. 


26 9 


23 2 


*:6 6 


-41 


I 


*4o 10 


•21 5 


- 


56 6 


*33 5 


26 9 


24 10 


*36 6 


64 





22 5 


21 5 


- 


56 9 


40 


27 I 


■9 5 


A4 10 


.^^ 


10 


39 7 


*2I 5 


- 


50 II 


*33^ 5 


22 8| 


17 9 


*36 -6 


*4i 


I 


*.40 10 


»2l 5 


■ 


5' n 


"S.'i 5 


24 4 


22 


42 ' 


43 





*40 10 


*2I 5 


. 


<;6 8 


*33 5 


273 19 ,8 


*36 6 


•41 


1 


*40 10 


'2. 5 


- ' 


51 2 


*33 5 


23 2 


23 U| 


39 10 


48 


6 


•40 10 


•21 5 



N.B> The Figures againft which AOerifks are pla.ed arc the general Average Prices of all Englind. 

TuLrdhcdby Author ily of Parliament, 

Joi.'N James Catheruood, Recdver of Corn Returns. 



TH^ AVERAGE PRICE of BROWN or MUSCOVADO SUGAR, 

Computed from the Returns made for the Week ending the i8th Day of January 1804, 

Is Forty-four Shillbigs and Ten Pence Three Farthings per Hundred Weight, 

Exclufive of the Duties of Cuftoms paid or payable thereon oh the Importation thtreof 
into Great Britai^. 
Grocers' Hall, . By ^Authority of Parliament, 

January- 21, 1804. - Hzug.v HETTLtsnitf, Cieni 0/ the Grocei3^ Com/>any. 



Leeds, January 12, 18Q4. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partncrfliip lately iiib- 
fifting between Thomas Terinant, James Tennant, ?nd 
James Pettcrfon, of Leeds, in the Comity of York, and car- 
ried on under tlie Firm of Tennants and Petterfon, \vas tiiis 
Day dilTolved liy mutual Confent ; and that all Debts owing 
by the faid Partners will be fettled and liquidated by the 
faid Thomas Tennant and James Tennant, to whom all 
Debts owing to the faid PartnerOiip are to Ic paid. 

Thoiras Tcnnavt. 

yamc: Tennant. 

'James Petterfon. 

Liverpool, [annary 13, rSoj. 

Notice is hereby oiven, that the Partneidiip heretofore 
carried on at Liverpool by us as Merchants, under 
the Firm of Heron and Hope, wasaifTolvcd by mutual Con- 
lent, on the 3 lit Day of December laft; all Perfous in- 
debted to the laid Partnerihip are defired to pay thrir re- 
fpeftive Debts to Mr. Samuel Hope, at the Counting-Houfe, 
in Manerty's-Lanc, by whom all Debts due from the laid 
Partnerfhip will be diicharged. Witnefs our Hands, 

Will. Heron. 

Sam. Hope. 

[■Otice is hereby given, that Michael Favcll and David 
Andrews, of Marfh-Gate-Lane, Stratford, EfTev, Cal- 
J'.co-Printfrs and Copartneis, hath this Day dilTijlvcd the 
laid Partnerfhip by mutual Confent ; all Perions having any 
Claim on the faid Michael Favell and Bhvid Andrcvs, are 
lequetled to fend in their Accounts to the Taid M. Favell, 
who will difcharge the lame ; and all Pcrfons that (laud 
indebted to the laid Concern are defned to pay the fame to 
the faid Michael Favell, No.. S28, Borough: As witnefs 
thereof we have this Day fet our Hands. Dated the 13th 
Day of January 1804. Michael Favell. 

Daiiid Andrew}. 



I,eed5, January 13, 1804. 
.■VJOticc is hereby given, that the Partnerlbip carried on 
'1^ by us the undcrl.gned Luke Cockroft and Chridopher 
Morris, at I^ccds, in tlic County of York, under the Firm of 
Cockroft-and Morris, was this Day by mutual Confent dil^ 
folved ; and all Debts due and owing from and to the fair! 
Partncrdiip will be paid and received by the faid Luki 
Cockroft : As witnefs our Hands, 

Lvke Cockroft. 
Chrif. Morris. 

IVTOtice is hereby given, that tlie Copartnerfl.lp Trade or 
IN Concc.n which for fome Time paft has been carried 
on at Manchefier, in the County of Lancafler, by us the 
underfigned Abel Hardman and Ann Pickup, ls Partners, 
under the Firm of Hardman and Pickup, was, and is, as 
as and from the Jid Day .of December laft paft, by mutuai 
Confent diffolved: As witnefs our Hands, the J3th Day of 
January 1804, Mel Hardman. 

Ann Pickup. 

Manchefier, December 31, x%c% 

THE Partnerfhip lately fubfifling between John Scales 
and John Scott Martlneau, both of Manchefier, in the 
County of Lancafter, Cotton Riciciiants, is thisDay diflolvcrl 
by mutual Confent; all Monies owing to the faid late Co- 
partnerfhip are to be paid to the faid John Scales, wlio will 
fatisty all Debts owing by the faid Concern. 

John Scales. 

J. Scott Martimau. 

THE Company which carried on Eufincfs under the 
Firm of John Riddell and Co. in Glafgow, and Alex- 
ander Mitchell, in Jamaica, of which the Partners were 
Alexander Mitchell, John Campbell, of Clatheck, ^Yilliarn 
Coals, James Gordon, and John Riddell, Merchants, in Glaf- 
gow, and Alexander M'Caiil, James Scott, and David M'Cul- 
ioch, Merchants there, was diffolved on the 31ft of Aui'ufl 



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I ^gn ; ind the CM Tolin Campbell, James Gordon, and James 
Scott luviiig then gone out oC laid Coiiccin, the BiilMicfs 
was thcrcaltcr carried on uiuier the Tirms of Jolin Riddcll 
and Co. in Glafgow, and Aliiiandir Mitchell and Co. in Ja- 
maica, by the laid Alcxandci Mitclitll,, William Coats, Alex- 
ander •M'Caul, John Riddcll. and \>,iv!a M'Cullocli, and by 
Thomas Mill- r, till the 311! of IVccmbev 1803, at which 
Time the faid John Riddcll and Thomas Miller ccaicd to 
have anv Intcrell in the Conctrn ; and the Bulmcfs is now 
carried on under the iirms ot Mitchtll, M'Culloch, and C... 
in Glalgow. and Alexander Mitchell and Co. in J.imaica, by 
the raid Alexander M'Caul, Alexander Mitcliell, David 
M'Culioch, and l>y .Margaret Coats, the only I'artn. rs in the 
Bufinelis. yllex. MCnul. 

Jlex Milchfll. 

D.ii'i.l M'Culloch. 

•TLor.i.iS Miller. 

'James Scrit, 

Anb. Chills, 
•for Margaret Coats, fole Heir of 
William Coats. 

fuhn Campbell. 

Notice is hercbv given, that the Copartnerfliip lately 
carried on by Jeremi.ih AmMer the Yonngcr and 
John RamlWttom, both of Mari-.ninpham, in the I'a.illi of 
Bradford, in the Coirnty of York, Cotton Manufaanrcrs, 
trading there i:nlcr the Fimi ol Ambler and Ramlbottom, 
was by mntual Confent, diliblved on the id Diy of January 
inftin't; all Pcrliins having jny Bcmands upon the laid 
Partners concerning fuch I'.irtncrlbip may receive the lame, 
bv applying to Jeremiah .•\mbler the Yonogcr, ot Manning- 
ham alo'rclaid : and all Perlons indel>ted to the (aid Partner, 
(hip, are heiehy required to pay their fitpeffive Debts to 
the faid Jeremiah Ambler thcY'ounger: As witneis the 
Hands of the laid Partner;;, the I7(I-.L'*;,- of January 1804, 

Jcrem. /linLIer,juii. 

john Ra"iJloltom. 

Notice is hcieby given, that the Gopaj-ti^erfhip Bufinels 
lately cariied' on at Halilas, in the County of Yoik, 
under the Firm of V T.iiam an.l John Cattwright,*.wa; by 
mutual Confent dillblved 011 the ."iill D.iy of December lall. 
A\'i;iicrsour Hjndstliis l6th Day of [.imuiy 1804, 

IViiiiam Cdri<wright. 
. yohn Ceirtwnght. 

jlLiry CartiL'ri^ht. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerfliip lately fnb- 
filling between Joleph Wilfiiaw, Jonathan Hall, and 
Thomas Maydew, at the Whitening Crolt, within Maccles- 
field, in the County of Chcfter, under the Firm of Mcllrs. 
Willhaw and Company, was on the zCith Day of December 
lafl dillolved by mutual Confent. Witnefs nur Hands this 
luh Day of January 1804, J"J<'p'-> Wdjka-J). 

'Jonathan Hall. 
Thomas Maydeti;. 

^TOtice is' hercby.'given, that the Partncrdiip lately car- 
^ ried on between Jofeph Wilklnfon, of Wakefield, in 
the County of Yrfrk, and Anthony Witfon, of the I'snic 
Place, Giorers, under the Firm of Wilkinfon and Watlbij, 
was this Day dillolved by mutual Confent; all D;:bts owing 
to the faid Cupartntifliip are to be piid to the faid An- 
thony Watfon, who "ill dilchargc all D>;bts owing by the 
• laid Copartneifb.p. Witnelsthcir Hanth. the nth D.iy of 
January l%c^, J'/'P^' Wi'k'nifon. 

Anthony U'^t/on. 
.I.ivciTiool, January 4, 1S04. 

Notice is hereby given, ihat the Pannerthip earryin;; 
on between us the iindcrligned Richard Baililf am! 
Jihn Leigh fliint. Merchants, under the Firm of Baililf and 
Eiint, was dilTolvtd on the 31ft Day of December laH ; all 
Debts owing to the faid Concern are requell-d to be imme- 
diately paid at the Counting-Houfe, in Argylc-Strect, Liver- 
pool, where thole Pcrfons to w.hom the Concern are in- 
debted are requefted to lend in their Accounts for Licjui- 
(lation and Payment. JiichnrJ BaH'iff. 

John Leigh Brinl. 



"n ~'HF. Partncrlliip fuhGlling between us in the keeping 
j^ and employing of Waierfide Carts for Hire, was dil- 
folvcd by mutual Confent on the ifiji of July lafl; and it is 
now agreed between us, that all Debts due to the )i>id late 
Concern are to be paid unto RoDert Innes ; and all Debts 
now Handing againll it are to be paid by the laid Robert 
Innes: As witnels our Hands this nth of Januii> iSo4, 



Arlhi 



litli. 



Rotert Innes. 

^"fO;ice is hereby given, tliat the Term limited in the 
^ Deed of Copartntrlbip between Daniel Holy. Robert 
Freilei-kk Wilkinfon, Jofeph Drabble. Robert Robinfon, and 
F'Ibenezer Paiker, allof .SlielTield, in the County of Yoik, 
.Silver Platers and Mcrdiants, cvpired on the 31:1 Day of 
Dieemher now bfl pail ; and that all and every the Copart- 
neilliip Conceiiis hireto;o!i eairied on by them, under the 
Firm of Daniel Ibdy, Wilkinlon, and Co. were then finally 
dillolved. All Debt's due to and owing from the laid late 
Partners in their Cnpartnerlhip Concerns will be received 
and p.iid by all or any of them : As witnefstheii Hands this 
13th Diiy of January iu the Year of our, Lord 1S04, 

Daniel Holy. 

R. F. mtLinJhi. 

Jofeph Drabble. 

Robert Robinfon. 

Ebentzer Parker. 

Notice is hercliy given, that the Partnerfliip formerly 
iubfilling under the Firm of Willijn and Tait, after- 
wards WiKbn, I'ait, and Co. and lately Wilfon, 'Put, and 
Stuart, Importers and Dealers in Linen Cloth, expired on the 
3r(f Ultimo by mutual Confent : As witnefs our Hands at 
Liverpool this January t,i.\, ib'o4, 

William Wilfon. 
James Tait. 
Arch. Stuart. 

Notice is hcicby given, thai the Copartnerfliip hereto- 
fore fuhflfliusr between Chriffopber Sur.dius and Jo- 
fciJi Dods of Fenclunch-,Street,in the City of London, Ship 
and lnlurancc-Eroker.s, under the Firm of Sundius and Dods, 
was this Day diflblved by mutual Confent. All Debts 
owing to and from the laid Concern, up to the 3lf^ Day 
of December lall will be received and paid by .the faid 
Jofeph Dods and Mr. Robert failiridgc, wiio will eirry on 
the laid Bufinels as from that Day on their own Account, 
under the Finn of Dods and Fairbiidge. Witnefs our 
Hands this 14th Day, of January 1804, 

Chrijlopher Sumlius . 

Jofeph Dods. 

Robert Farbriihe. 

Notice is hereby given,, that the BuCnels of .Sail-m-ikinj 
heretofore carrit^d 6v. by Jt-bn Snixliti', of the 'Fovvn 
of Kingllon-upon-HnIi, Si'i-Maker, nnd George Fletcher, 
late of the lame 'Fovvn, .sliip-Chandler, dcceafeil, and lince 
(lis Deeeafe by thi' faid -John Stanclitf and Jane Fletcher, 
Widow, under the Firm of .Stanclilf and Co. wa.s dillolved by 
mutual Confent on the 311I D.iy of Decenilwi'lall ; and that 
all Debts due to and owing from the faid Copaitnerfhip will 
be received and paid by ihe laid John Stancliir: As svitncls 
their H,.i«!s this jfli Day of January 1804, 

John StancUlf. 
Jam Fletcher. 
Jane Fletcher, 
AdT.inillratrix of the laid George 
Fl e t e h e r, decea fe d. 

Notice is hereby jfiven, that iho ParluerOiip formerlv 
fublining between us the ufldeifigntd .as .Vlerciiaii.- 
anJ Ship-Chandlers, (under the Firm of .-Jephtcn, Chaflc., 
and Critchlow,) was diflblved Iiv mutu;il Conlcut on the j/lt 
L'himo; all Di bts owing to the late C'oiitcrn, may be paid 
to any of us, and any Perfons having Claims againfl us vsill 
apply It the late Warehoufe for Payment. Wimels mir 
Hands, at Liveipool, this ijth Jannaiy 1804, 

F.div. Sephlnn. 

Robert Charles. 

William Crichlo'tu. 



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Manclieftcr, December 19, iSoj. 
'"r^HE Paitncrfhip Trade heretofore (ubfilling and carried 
J o^ between James Meredith and George Meredith, 
as Pin and Paper Manufafturers and Dealers, at Manchefter 
and Ancoats, in the County of ^ancafter, under the Firm of 
James Meredith and Company, was this Day diflblved by 
mutual Confent; all Debts owing to and by 'he faid Con- 
cern will be received and paid by the laid James Meredith 
and George Meredith, at their late Counting-Houle, in 
:Manche(ler aforcfaid. James Meredilb. 

Giorge Meredith. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Copartnerfhip of Ro- 
bert Jones, William Havard, and Henry Jones, of 
Manfion-Houfe-Street, in the City of London, Warehoufe- 
men, under the Firm of Jones, Havard, and Jones, expired 
on the jiUDayof December lad; and the laid William 
Havard having retired from Bufinefs, the Trade froin that 
Time hath been and will in future be carried on by the faid 
Uobert Jones and Henry Jones, by whom all Debts owing to 
the late Copartneribip are to be received ; and all Deb'js 
owing from the faid Copartnerfliip -will be paid : As\Yitnefs 
■our Hands tliis 19th Day of January 1804, 

Robert Jones. 
WiUta/n Havard. 
~ • Hetiry Jones. 

NOiice is hereby given, that the Partnerlbip fubiifting 
between us the unaerfigned Thomas Smith and Hugh 
.Ellis, of Birmingham, in the Count/ of Warwick, Platers, 
and carried on under the "irm of Smith and Ellis, is this 
Day dillolved by mutual Confent. The Debts due to and 
from the faid Concern will be paid and received by the faid 
Thomas Smith: As witnefs our Hands the iitli Day of 
January 1804, Thomas Smith. 

Hugh Ellis. 

SUCH of the Creditors of AJr. Thomas Harcourt, late of 
Dolphin-Court, Holboin, Cabinet-Maker, who have not 
executed the Aflignment for the 'Benefit of hii Creditors, 
dated Sth of April UfV, and who have not delivered an Ac- 
count of their refpeftive Demands to the Trnftees appointed 
by the faid Afiignment, are requeued to call upon me and 
execute the fame, and deliver liich Accounts, on or before 
the 0th Day of February next, when a Dividend from the 
Produce of his EfFe£ls, which will be Final, is intended to be 
made; and fuch of his Creditors, who Uiall negleflto execute 
fuch Deed, aud deliver fuch Accounts, purfuant to this No- 
tice, will be excluded from the Benefit of fuch AITignnient 
and Dividend. Dated the 20th of January 1804. 

H. LANGLEY, Plumbtree-Strcet. Bloomfbury, 
Solicitor to the Truftees. 

THF. Decree of the High Court of Chancery n>ade in a 
Caufe Wickcns verins Grove, dirtfting an Enquiry to 
fce made after Matliew Kii k. Son of Ann Kirk, for.merly of 
Park-Hail, at Calile-Bromwich, near Birmingham, in the 
County of War\\ick,vvho in tiie Year 1761 or 1762, went to 
Kea from Briilol, in the Capacity of a Midihipman, on board 
the Ship or VcHcl cdled the Vi'clls, Ca[i;ain Stroud, bound 
to Guinta, and fcom tlicncc to the Ifidnd ol St. Chriflopher, 
in the Weft Indies : Any Perfon who can give Infoi mation of 
the faid Mathew Kirk if living, or if dead, when, and where 
he died, is rctiuelled to communicate the lame at [he Office 
of Sir William Weller Pepys, Baronet, the Maiter to whom 
thi^ Caule is rgferrcd, .ill Southampton-Buildings, Clnncery- 
I.anc, London, or to Mcllis. Allen and Exlcy, Solicitors, 
Furnivafs-Inn, and he will receive a Satisfaiftion for his 
Trouble. 

PUrfnant to a Decree trf the High Court of Chancery, 
and a general Order of Transfer, made in a Canle of 
Palmer againil WilCon, the Creditors and Legatees of John 
Palmer, late of Kentifli-Tov\-n, in the County of Middleltx, 
and formerly of Chancery-Lane, in the fame County, Gen- 
tleman, deceafed, are, on or before the i.^th Day of Fe- 
bruary next, to come in and prove their Debts aod claim 
thtir Legacies, before John Springett Harvey, Eic]; one of 
the Mailers of the faid Court, at his' Cbambets in South- 
.ampton-Buildings, Ch.tncery-Lane, Londuw, or in Default 
thereof they will peremptorily be excluded the Benefit of the 
'faid Decree. 



jSo, 15667. 



D 



PUrfuant to a Decree of the High Court of Cliancciy 
made in a Caufe of Macklin againft Wilfon, the Cre- 
ditors and Legatees of Thomas Wilfon, late of Derby, Efq; 
deceafed, are, on or before the J4th Day of February next, 
to come in and prove their Debts and claim their Legacies 
before John Wilmot, Efq; one of the Mailers of the faid 
Court, at his Chambers in Southampton-Buildings, Cliancery- 
Lanc, London, or in Default thereof they will peremptorily 
be excluded the Benefit of the faid Decree. 

PUrfuant to a Decree of the High Court of Charcerv 
made in a Caufe wherein James Wallace and otheri 
are Plaintiffs, and the Governor and Company of the Bank 
of England, William Brander, and William Meyrick arc De- 
fendants, the Creditors of William Hepburn, late of Redlar.d. 
in the Parifti of Weftbury on the Tryn, in the County of 
Glouceffer, Gentleman, (which William Hepburn died in ci 
about the Month of January 1792,) arc, on or before the 
25th Day of February 1804, to come In and prove their 
Debts before Peter Hutford, Efq; one of the Mailers of the 
faid Court, at his Chambers in Southampton-Building-, Ohan- 
cery-Lane, London, ot in Default thereof tKiA '. ,' >■:.- 
eluded the Benefit of the faid Decree. 

(Urfuant to a Decree of the High Couit cf Chancery 
^ made in a Caufe Barrow agsinll HcfWih, the Credi- 
tors of John Barrow, late of Tooley-Strcet, Souihwark, Li. 
ncn-Draper, decealcd, are, on or bciuii the 20th Day of 
February next, to come in and prove their Debts, either 
petfonally or by their Solicitors bc.'ore John Camp.bell, Efq; 
one of the Mailers of the laid Court, at his Office in South- 
ampton-Buildings, Chancery-Lane, London, or in Default 
thereof they will be peremptorily c:icluded the Benefit cf the 
faid Decree. 

PUrfuant to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery,' 
bearing Date the lOth Day of December 1S02, made, 
in a Caufe v/herein William Sanderfon is Plaintiff and X)amc 
Charlotte Goodricke is Defendant, the Crefiitor^ of Sir Henry 
Goodrieke, late of Ribllon, in the County of York, Baronet, 
aie, on or before the l6th of February 1804, to Cohie in 
and prove their Debts before Peter Holford, Elq", one of the 
Matters of the faid Court, at his Chambers in Southampton- 
Buildings, Chancery-Lane, London, or in Default theieof 
they will be p;:remptoriIy excluded the Eciicnt of the faid 
Decree, 

THE Creditors of Joiin A^orrilbn, late a Capt:iin in the 
Service of the Honorable Eaft India Company on the 
Bengal Eflablilhment, deceafed, are requefted to lend the 
Particulars of their Claims, together with the Nature of their 
Securities (if any,') to Mr. Jacklbn, No. 2, Gaidcii-Court, 
Temple, Solicitor to the E.>;eculors in EngUiid, in order that 
the lame may be examined and difchaigeu ; w.d to whom 
all P'.rfons indebted to the laid ElUte .are reqjijred ,to pay 
their refpcflive Debts forthwith. ' ■'"■." 

THE Creditors who have pioved their Debts uncjer a 
Commiffion of Bankrupt awaidtd and ilfued fiirth 
againfl Solomon Fox, ot Wardour Street, in ihe Paiifii of 
St. Anii, in the County of Middlesex, Cabinet-Maker,, l^eaier 
and Chapman, and the faid Bankrupt, are defiled in meat ths 
;--fiigiice5 of his'Ellate and Fffedls on Saturday tiieijfili l::av 
cf January inliant, at Six o'clock in the' F.veiiiiiij |!re<i;r!y, 
at the Chambers of Mr. Charles Few, Ko. i), in Holboin- 
Court, Gray's-Iim, to tale into Conlidciatico ami <!•" - . 
on the propriety c^the faid .'llfgu' ts paying to t; 
lititor the Sum oi 33I. 5s 4d. being the Cylis clv;r,- . . 
him for preparing Briefs, and paying Fees U, Coiinlli iv at- 
tend Seven different Meetings before the m,-r;r>r Part of the 
CoinmilTloners naifled and authorifed in and by the laid Corn- 
million, sn a Reference ma;ic to ihein by tfvt- Right Honor- 
able tlie Lord Hijfh Chancellor of Great Britain, and whiih 
laid Sum was dil'.illowed by iVTafter PopI^Tm on the Taxation 
of the faid Solicitor's general Bill cf Colb in tin: Matter of 
the faid Bankruptcy, on the Ground that I'Vts to Counfel to 
attend Commifiioners could liot b<*allowed Affigrlees with- 
out the joint Alfent or the Creditors and of ijje Bankrupt. 

'"I'^HE Creditors wlio have proved their De'jt.s. under a 

8 Commiffion of Bankrupt awarded and i/Iiied againd 

John Read, Peter Read, and Robert Read, of F'ordingbridpc. 

in the County of Hants, Calico-Priaters, are defired to cie.it 



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the Atlijnfc of tlie faui Bankrupts' Eflate anj EBifls, at 
Jolin's CoifcL-Hoiirc, Coinlull, l..iniloii,on Tucfilay the ^ill 
Day of January iiiDant, at One o'clock in the Aftirnooii 
prccifcly,to allent to or diin-nt from the faij Aflignte's pur- 
chafing an Annuity of lol cliaigcd upon and payable out of 
the faid Bankrupt's EUatc ; and on other fpecial AfTalrs. 

1"'HE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commiirion of Bankrupt awarded and ililicd forth 
againft John Kennedy, of Broad-Street, London, Merchant, 
(Partner with Angus Kennedy, of tlic Ifland of Jamaica, in 
the Wefl Indies, Merchant, trading in Engbnd under the 
Firm of John Kennedy and Co. and in Jamaica under the 
Firm of John and Angus Kennedy,) aie tlcfiied to meet t!ic 
A(fignecs of the laid Bankrupt's Eflate and Etfeills on the 
26th of January inOant, at Twelve o'clock at Noon pre- 
cilely, at Otflce of Palmer and Tomlinlons, in Warnfoid- 
Court, Tlirogmorton-Street, London, to allent to or diflent 
from the faid ^Ulignces commencing, prof'tctiting, or defend- 
ing any Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity for the Reco- 
ver)' of any Pert of tlie faid Bankrupt's Eftate and Effects; 
or to the compounding, fubmitting tn Arbitration, or other- 
wife agreeing any Matter or Filing relating thereto ; and 
on otlicr fpecid! AlFairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved tlieir Debts under a 
Commidion of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued forth 
againft Jofeph Clayton, of the Borough of Southwark, in the 
County of Surrey, Chetfemon,ier, are defired to mtet the 
Afllgnees of the Eftatc and EfTcfts of the (hid Bankrupt, 
on 'Fuefday the i4th of Januaiy inftant, at Twelve o'clock 
at Noon precifcly, at the George and Vulture Tavern, Corn- 
hill, to alFcnt to or dillcnt Irom the (aid Adignces felling 
certain Parts of the faid Bankrupt's Etlate and EHcifts by 
private Contra^ ; and commencing, pioiecuting, or defending 
any Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity, for Recovery of any 
I'ait of the faid Bankrupt's Ertate and EfTeifls ; or to the 
compounding, or othcrwiCe agreeing any Matter or Thing 
relating thereto; and on other fpeciil Affairs. 

1~HE Creditgrs who have proved their Del)ts under aCom- 
minioii of Bankrupt awarded and ifiiicd forth againll 
James Windett, of the City of Nirwich, Grocer, Dealer and 
Chapman, arc defiied to meet the Aflignees of the faid 
Bankrupt's tfiate and EtibOs, on Tue.'ilay the 31ft Day of 
January inflant, at 'Iwelve o'Cloik at Noon, at tlie Office 
of MefTrs. J. and R. Willis, Solicitors, Warnford-CoHrt, Lon- 
don, to atVent to or dillent from the faid AiHgnccs dif- 
pofmg of the faid Bankrupt's Eftate and F.ffcfts by public 
Sale or private Cohtraft; and to their commencing, profe- 
cuting, or defending any Suit or .Suits at Law or in Equity for 
the Recovery or toucliingor concerning any Part of tile faid 
Bankmpt's Edatc and E/TcOs; or to the compounding, fub- 
nvt^iiig to Arbitration, or otherwifc agreeing any Matter or 
I'hing relating thereto; and on other fpecial Affairs. 

THE Creditors of 'Fhomas Jarrett, late of Evelham, in 
the County of Worceflcr, innholder, ag:iinfl whom a 
CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and ifiucd, are defired 
to meet at the Crown Inn, in Evefham, in the County of 
Worccfler, on the 4th of February next, at Three o'clock in 
the Afternoon, (being the Day appointed for Choice of Af- 
llgnees of the laid Bankiiipt's Eft.ite and Elfefts) to afTent 
to or dilfcnt from the faid Affignecs fo to be appointed 
c.irrying on and profccuting a certain Action at Law now de- 
pending for a Debt of confideral.Ie Confcquence ; and alfo 
to aflent to or difTent from the fjid Allignees commt iicin;;, 
profccuting, or defending any Suit or .Suits at 1/aw or in 
Equity for Recovery of any Part of tin: faid Bankrupt's 
Kftatc and EfTeffs; or to the compounding, liibmitliiig to 
Arbitration, or otIicrwiC; agreeing any Matter or Thing re- 
lating thereto; and on other fpecial Atfairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commilfion of Bankrupt awarded and idued againfl 
Matthias K')ops otherwile K^iops Von Emit, of Edmonton, 
in the County of Middlcfex, Merchant, (on the 30th Day 
of lanuary 1790,) are defired to meet the Adlgnccs of tl^c 
faid banknipt's Eflate, on Wednclday the 25th Day of Ja- 
nuary inllant, at the Globe 'Favern, Moorgitc London, at 
Twelve o'clock at Noon, to afTcnt to or dill'eiU from the 
faid AITignccs acceding to certain Piopofals made tothem 
to dilchaigc the faid Matthias Koops aiid his Property of 
and from all Claims of the faid AITignccs and Crjdlteis; and 
OR oth:r fpecial Alfairs. 



THE Creditors who have proved ihcir Debts under a 
Commilfion of Bankrupt awarded and iiliicd and iio\''* 
in prolecution againll Jofeph Pyall, late of Sittiiigbourn, in 
the County of Kent, Shopkeeper, Dealer and Chapman, arc 
particularly defiifd to meet the AHigr.ees of tht: Ellate and 
EHeiSs of the faid Bankrupt, on 'i'hurlday next, the 26tli 
Inllant, at 'i'wclve at Koon precifcly, at the Office of Mr. 
Bodfield. in Lawrence-Lane, Chtaplide, London, to aflent 
to or dillent from the faid Allignees felling or difpofing of 
the faij B.iukrupt's Ellate and liffefls by public Sale or pri- 
vate Contraift ; and alfo to alfent to or dilTent from the faid 
Allignees cumniencing, profccuting, or defending any Suit 
or Suits at Law or in Inquiry for the Recovery of any Part 
of the faid Bankrupt's Ellate and Ktlcils; or to the com- 
pounding, fnbinitting to Arbitritiiin, or otherwifc agreeing 
any Matter or Tiling relating thereto; and on other fpecial 
Atfairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved tin ir Debts under a 
Commiilion of Bankrupt awarded and ilfucd forth 
againd John Jacklpn, late of Love-Lane, in the City of 
London, Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, (furviviug Part- 
ner of the Firm of John Serocold and John Jacki'on, late of 
Love-Lane alorcliiid, Merchants, J arc requefled to meet tlic 
Allignees of the Klla'.e and Elfe^t"; of the faid Banknii;t on 
'Fhurfday the 9th of February next, at 'J'wclvc o'Clock at 
Noon, at John's Coffee-Koufe, Cornhill, (by Adjournment 
from the 12th Inftant,) t') take into Coiillderation and de- 
termine the Propriety either of entering into a further Sub- 
fcription to prolecute the Claims of the Creditors, or of au- 
thorifing the Allignees to accept a Piopofal for purchafmg 
their Rights. 

PUrfuant to an Order m;i<le by the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Critaiii, 
for Enlarging the Time for Mark Noble, of Narrow-Wall, 
Lanibeth, in the County of Surrey, Merchant and Iron- 
founder, Dealtr and Chapnnn, (a Bankrupt,) to furrendcr 
himfclf and make a full Difcoveiy and Difclofure of his 
Ellate and I'^fTe^s for I'wcnty-one Days, to be computed fronr 
the a4th Day of January inllant ; This is to give Notic, 
that the Conimillioners in the laid Commiltiun named and 
authoiiled, or the major Part of lliem, intend to meet ou 
the I4tli Day of Fcbrnarv next, at Ten of the Clock in 
the Forenoon, at CUiildball, London ; when and where the 
laid Bankru; t i. required to furrendcr himfelf between the 
Hours of Eleven and One of the fame Day, and make a full 
Dileovery and Dilcloliirc of his Eftate and EtTeOs, and Knilli 
his Examination ; and the Creditors, who have r.ot already 
proved their Debts, may then and there come prepared to 
prove the fiimc, and allent to or dillent from the Allowance 
of his Certificate. 

PUrfuant to an Order m.ide by the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
for Enlarging the 'Fime for \\'illiam Benllead, of Halef- 
worlh,in the County of .Suffolk, Malt Her, Corn-Merchant, 
Dealer and Chapman, (a Banki-upt,) to liirreader liimlell and 
make a full Dileovery and Difclofure of his Ellate and EKfeOs, 
for Forty-nineDays, to be computed from the 21ft D..y of 
January inllant; This is to give Notice, that the Comniil- 
fioners in the faid Commilfion named and authoriled, or the 
major Part of them, intend to meet on the loth Day of 
March nest, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the 
liell Inn, in Saxmundham. in the County of Sullblk, where 
the faid Bankrupt is required to furrendei himfelf between 
the Hours of 'J'welve and 'I'wo of the fame D.iy, and make 
a full Dileovery and Difclofure ol lii.^ Ell.ite and Ivlfefls, and 
tinilh his Examination ; and the Creditors, who have not al- 
ready proved their Debts, may then and there come and prove 
the fame, and alTent to or dilieui from the Allowauce of 
his Certificate. 

PUrfuant to an Order made by the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Ixird High Chancellor of Great Biitain, Irr 
Enlarging the lime for James Kcarlley, (Copartner with 
John Rldgway, both of Bolton, in the County of Lancaller, 
Cotton-Minufaiitiircrs, Dealers and Chapmen,) (a Bankrupt.) 
to furrendcr himlc-lf and make a full Dileovery and Difcloluie 
of his Ellate and Ivlfcfls, for J'orty-niiie Di\ s, to be com- 
puted from the 3 ill Day of December lall ; This is to give 
Notice, that the Commiffioners in the faid Commilfion named 
and aathorifcil, or the m.-ijor Pait of them, intend to atcU 



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on the iSth Day of rctiruai-y ne«t, at Eleven o'clock in the 
Forenoon, at tlie Hoiifc of Mrs. Mary l.iicas, llic Sign of the 
Gartlide-Arms, in Bolton aforefaid. whtTC the faiil Bank- 
rupt is required to liirrender himfelf between tlie Hours of 
Eleven and One o'clock of the fame Day, and make a full 
DUcovery and DiCclolure nf his Ellate and Efl'efts, and finilh 
his Examination ; and the Creditors who have not already 
proved their Debts, may then and there come and prove the 
lame, and alFent to or dilFent from the Allowance of his 
Certificatii. 

WHereas a Commidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ifliicd forth ajjainft John Crabh, of Wilton, in tlie 
County of Wilts, Clothier, James Crabb, of the fame Place, 
Clothier, William Crabb, of the fame Place, Clothier, and 
Nicholas I.arkham, of the fame Place Clothier, and Copart- 
ners in Trade, and they being declared Bankrupts arc hereby 
required to liirrender themfelverto the Conimirtiftners in the 
faid Commiftioii named, or the major Part of thcni, on the 
2d of February next, at Seven o'clock in tlie Aiternoon, on 
the 3d of tlie fame Month, and on the ^d of March fol- 
lowing, at Twelve of the Clock at Noon, at the Red-i.ijn 
Inn, in the City of New Sarum, in the County of Wilts, 
and make a full Difcovery and Dildolure of their Ellate and 
ElTefls; when and where the Creditors are to come pre- 
pared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting 
to chufe Adignees, and at the lafl Sitting; the faid Bank- 
rupts are lequired to finifii their Examinations, and the Cre- 
d tors are to alfcnt to or dillent from the Allowance of 
their Certificates. All Perfons indebted to the faid Bank- 
rupts, or that have any of thtir Ett'ecSs, are not to pay or 
deliver the fame but to whom the CommiHioners lliail ap- 
point, but give Notice to Mr. Tinney, Solicitor, at Salilbury, 
or to M. Ixjwten, of the Temple, London. 

WHereas a CommifTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilTued forth againft Henry Hewitt, Henry Roch, and 
1'homas Portlethwaite, now or late of Sheffield, in the 
County.of York, Silver-Platers, Dealers, Chapmen, and Part- 
ners, (trading under the Firm of Hewjtt and Roch,) and 
they being declared Bankrupts are hereby required to fur- 
render tliemfelves to the Commillioners in the faid Com- 
inilfion named, or the major Part of them, on the 3d and 
4lh Days of February next, and on the 3d of March f-)llow- 
ing, at 'I'hree in the Afternoon on eacii Dny, at the JIntife 
of Samuel Peech, the Angel Inu, in Shethtld aforefaid, and 
make a full Difcovery and Difclofure of their Fllatc and Ef- 
icif\&; when and where the Creditors are to come prtpnred 
to prove theii Dclits, and at the Second Siitini; 10 <iuil'c 
jiilliguees, and at the Lart Sitting the faid B.nikrupts are rc- 
cpiired to ftnifli their Examination, and the Creditors are to 
allent to or dini:nt fiom the Allowance of their Certificate. 
All Perfons indebted to tlie faid Banknipts, or that have 
any oi their EH'efls, are not to pay or deliver the lame but 
to whom the Commilhoners Ihall appoint, but give Notice 
to Mr. Bigg, Hatton-Garden, London, or to Mr. Rodgers, 
Solicitor, in Sheffield aforefaid. . 

"^TTHereas a Commifiion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
VV ilHied forth againd John Petrie, late of Kempton, 
in the County of Middkfex, and John Ward, late of Han- 
worth, in the faid County of Middlefcx, Copartners, Dealers 
and Chapmen, (carrying on Trade under the Name, Stile, 
and Firm of the Flax-Mill Company, at Hounllow, in the 
County of Aiiddlefex,) and they being declared Bankrupts, 
•are hereby required to fiirrender themlelves to the Com- 
niiflioners iii tlie laid Commilhon named, or the majoi- Part 
of them on the *,^th of January inlfant, ou the 14th of 
Febrnary next, and on the 3<l of A'lai'ch following, at Ten in 
the Forenoon on each Day, at Guildhall, London, and make 
a full Difcovery and Dilciofmc of their Ellate and Efre(fts; 
■^vhen and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove 
their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chuie Allignecs, and 
at the I.afl Sitting the iV\ii Bankrupts are recp.iired to finilh 
their Examlnalion, and the Creditors are to allent to or dif- 
fent from the Allowance of their Certificate. All Perioiis 
indebted to the faid Bankrupts, or that have any of their 
Etfefts, are. not to pay or deliver the fame b"t to whom the 
CommilTioners Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Jack- 
fon, Fenchurch-.'5tiecl-Biiildings, Fcnchurch-Street, London. 

WHereas a Commilfion of Eankiupt is awarded and 
illued forth agalnrt John Ridge Upcbtt, of the Pii- 
.riQi of Ecdminrtcr, in the County of .Soa);:ifi,t, Ovocir, 



Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt is 
hereby required to fiirrender himfelf to the Commillioners- 
in the faid Commirtion named, or the m.ajor Part of them, 
on the 3d and 4th of February next, and on the 3d Day of 
March following, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon 
on each Day, at the Houfc of Thomas Luce, Vintner, com- 
monly called or knov.'n by the Name or Sign of the White 
Lion, fituate in Broad-Street, in the Pirifh of Chriflchuich, 
in the City cf Eriflol, and make a full Difcovery and Dif- 
clofure of his Fflate and FJi'ecls; when and where the Cre- 
ditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the 
Second Sitting to chufe .-VlHgnecs, and at the Lall Sitting the 
faid Bankrupt is required to finifli his Examination, and the 
Creditors are to aflent to or diHent from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid Bankrupt. 
01' that have any of his ElfciffS, are not to pay or deliver the 
(anie but to whom the Commilliouers Ihall appoint, but 
give Notice to rvTelTrs. Hall and Jarnian, Solicitors, Br'OoI. 
or Mefirs. Tarrant and Moule, Chaneciy-Lane, London. 

THercas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
' idiied forth againit John Policy, of the Parifii of 
Saint Giles, in the Suburbs of the City of Oxford, Sacking- 
Manufaflurer, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declaicd 
a Uankrupt is hereby required to fui render lunilelf to the 
CommilTioners in the faid Commifiion named, or the major 
Part of them, on the Z7th of January intlaiU, on the 4lh 
of February next, and on the 3d Day of Maicfi folloW'ii.g, 
at Eleven in tile Farcnoon on each Day, at the Houfe of 
William BuUey, called the Angel Inn, imhe City of Oxford, 
and n-.ake a hill Difcovery and lOifclofure of his Eflate and 
Effefts; when and where the Creditors are to come pre- 
pared to prove their Debts, and at thcSccoiid Silting to chulc 
Allignees, and at the Lad Sitting the faid Bankrupt is rc- 
quiied to finilh his Examination, and Iht^ Creditors arc to 
alTent to or dilfent from the Allov.'ance of his CeililTc.itc. 
All Perfons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that h:\t'' 
any of his Efll-i^s, are not to pay or deliver the iiinia but 
to whom the Cemmiinoners Ihall appoint, but give ^^J^!i:e 
to Mr. Percival Walfli, Attorney, Oxford, or Mr. Wj!:ia:;i 
Townfend, Staple-Inn, Ijondon, 

WHereas a CommiiTion of Bankrupt is awardcj ard 
illiicd forth agiinll Thomas Jariett, late of Fvefnam, 
in the County of Worcefler, Innholder, and he being de- 
clared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furrender hiinfeif t» 
the CommiiTioners in the faid Commiin-n named, or the 
niaior Pare of them, on the 3d and 4th Days of I'ebiuary 
next, and on the 3d Day of March following, at Eleven of 
the Clock in the Forenoon on each Day, at the Crown Inr, 
in Evcfham, in the County of Woicerter, and make a full Dij- 
covery and Dilclofuie of his Elfate and Effefls ; when and 
wheiethe Creditors arc to come prepared to prove their 
Debts, and at the Secouil Sitting to chafe Allignees, and atthe 
Lafl Silting the faid Bankuipt is required to finilh his Exa- 
mination, and the Creditors are to ani.nt to or dillent from 
the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perlbus indebted t» 
the liiid Banknipt, or who have any of his Elfeds, are not 
to pay or deliver the fame but to vviiom the Cnmmillioners 
Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Cheek, .Solicitor, Eve- 
lliam, or to Mr. Bousfitld, Bouverie-Street, Fleet-Street, 
London. 

Hcreas a CommifHon of Bankrupt is awjrded and 
ilfued forth againll William C!.ircrs, of Stepney 
Canfcway, in the County of Mii^dlelcA, Mariner, Dealer 
and Chaijman, and he being deehi'ed a IJaiiknipt is hereby 
required toiurrender himfelf to the C'-in-nillioncrs in the faid 
Commrllion named, or the major Part of them, on the 4th 
and 7th Days of February next, and on the 3d of March 
following, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon on each Day, at 
Guildhall, London, and make a lull Difcovery and Dilclo- 
fuie of his E.lateand Elli;its ; when 'and where the Creditors 
are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second 
Sitting to chufe Allignees, and at the Lalf Sitting the faid 
Bankrupt is required to finiih his Examination, and the 
Creditors are to allent to or dillent from the Allowance of 
his Certiftciite. AU Perfo.ns indebted, to the faid Bankrupt, 
or that have any of his Elfedts, are not to p.ay or deliver the 
fame but to whom tljeCommilfioncrs fllall appoint, hut give 
Notice to Mr. Mind, Great Pre!>ott-Sti-cct, Goodman's,- 
Fields. 



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Wlereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt h awarded and iflued 
forth againd Thomas Grq»oiy, of No. 37, Tabcrnacle- 
"Walk, in the Pari{h of Saint Luke, in the County of Mid- 
Jl^fex, Plumber, Painter, and Glazier, and he being declared 
n Bankrupt is hereby required to lurrciider himfell' to the 
Ct>mmiflloners in the faid ConiniilTion named, or the majijt 
Part of tliem, on the aStli Day of January Inftant, at One 
in the Afternoon, and on the 2d Day of Febiuary next and 
~,'\ Day of Match followinj, at Ten of tlie Clock in the 
I'orenoon, at Ouildliail, l,oiidoa) and make a lull Difco* 
very and Difdofurc of his Elbte and Erfi;f\s; wlicn and 
w^ere tiie Creditors are to come prepared to prove their 
IXhts, and at the Second Sitting to chufe Aflignces, and 
at the hut Sitting the faid Baikrupt is required to finilli 
his F.\ainination, and the Cieditorsare to alfcnt to or dillent 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. All PeiTont in- 
debted to the laid Uankrupt, or that have any of his KtTeOs, 
are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the Com- 
nrrtioncrs (hall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Crawloid, 
Craven-Buildings, Cily-Road, London. 

WHercas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilTiied againrt James Henry Champion, of (irav-f- 
cnd, in tjic County of Kent, Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, 
and he being declared A Bankrupt is hereby required to li.r- 
rcndcr himfelf to the Commilfioners in the faid Commilhon 
named, or the major Part of tlicm, on the aSth Day of 
January inlfant, at One in the Afternoon, on the ad of Fe- 
haiary next, and on the jd of J\Iaich following, at Ten in 
the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difcovcry 
and Difclofure of his Ertate and Klfecls ; when and where the 
Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chufe Affignecs, and at the lalt Sit- 
ting the faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examination, 
and the Creditors are to allcnt to or dilfent from the Allow- 
ance of his Certificate. All Perfoas indebted to the laid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his Erfefls, arc not to pjy or 
<leliver the fame but to whom the Commirtioners Ihalil ap- 
point, hut givc'Notice to Mr. Thomas Wppirig, Rigby, J4cvv 
City Chambers. '■ 'f ' "!".' \ 

WHereas a Commirtlon of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilUied forth agalult William Tomlins, late of Bridge- 
Rtmd, Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, Coach-Maker, 
Dealer and Chapman, and hp, being declared a Bankrupt 
is hereby required to lurrcnder himfelf to the CommilTionrrs 
in the faid CommiHion named, or the major Part of them, 
on the l8th of January inftant, on the 4lh of February next, 
and on the 3d of March following, at One in the Afternoon 
•on each Day, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difcovery 
and Difdofurc of his Lltatc .and Elfefts; when and where the 
Cicditiirs are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and 
at the Second Sitting to chnfc Aflignces, and at the I'.aO 
Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Esa- 
mination, and the Creditors are to aflcnt to or dificnt from 
the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to 
the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Effects, are not 
to pay or deliver the fame but to wliom the Commiflioneis 
•Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Meliis. Burgoyne and 
Fielder, Duke-Screet, Grofvenor-Squarc. 

WHereas a Commiffion of Bankrupt is awanled 3Tid 
irfiud againlf James I-inden the Younger, late of Clip- 
i>one-Strcet, in the Paiilh of St. Mary-le-Bone, in County 
ot MiiddUfcx, Carpenter, Joiner, Dealer and Chapman, and he 
being declared a Bankrupt is hrieby required to furiender 
himlclf to the Commiflioners in the faid Comrnillion named, 
or the major Part of tiiem, on the 28lh of January inlfant, 
at Eleven in the Forenoon, on the 4lh ot February next, at 
Twelve at Noon, and on the 3d of March following, at 'Jen 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at -Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Dilcovery and Difclofure of his Filiate and Ef- 
fcfls ; when and where the Creditors arc to come prepared 
to .prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to choofe 
Artignees, and at the Lafl Sitting the faid Bankrupt is re- 
. quired to finirt) his Examination; and the Creditors are to 
alfcnt to or dident from the Allowance of hid Certificate. 
AM Perlons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any 
of his Effcfts, arc not to pay or deliver the lam- but to whom 
the Commiflioners (hall appoint, but give Notice to MclTrs. 
Jeyes and Turner, Solicitors, No. 7 1, Charlottc-Sticct, Fitz- 
ioy>Square, Loiuloo* 



WHereas a Commiflion of Bank nipt is awarded and 
ifiued forth againff Fortefcuc Bate, of Vigo-I^ane, 
near Golden-Square, in the County of Middlcfex, Printleller, 
and he being declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to 
lurrcnder liiml'elf to the Commiflioners in the faid Commiflion 
named, or the major Part of them, on the 24th Day of Ja- 
nuary inllanl, at Ten in the Forenoon, on the 7th of Fe- 
bruai-y next, at Twelve at Noon, and on the 3d Day of 
March following, at Ten of the Cluck in the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, London, and make a full Difcovery and Dif- 
clofu.e of his Ellaic and ErieCfs; when and where the Cre- 
ditors arc to come prepared to prove tlieir Debts, and at the 
Second Sitting to cliufe Aflignees, and at the Lalt Sitting the 
faid Bankrupt is lequircd tu finilh hi'. Examination, and the 
Creditors are to alfcnt to or dillcnt from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. All Perlons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, 
or that have any of his Etlei?ts, are not to pay or deliver the 
fame but to w!>om the Commilfioners Ihall appoint, but give 
Notice to Mr. Dixon, N.ilTau-Street. 

THcreas a Commilfion of Bai.krupt is awarded and 
1' ilTued forth againll Abrain Compcrt Emdin, of Porcf-- 
mouth, in the C'ouiUy of Hants, Shopkeeper, Dealer and 
Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt, is hereby 
required to furrender hi.Tifelf to the Comniiilioners in the 
laid Commiflion named, or the in.ajor Part of them, on the 
24th Day of J.!.TUary inflant, at Ton o'clock in the Fore- 
noon, on the /til of February next, at Twelve of the Clock 
at Noon, and on the 3d Day of March following, at 
Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, Londjn, and 
make a full Difcovery and Difciolureof his Elf ate and Effects ; 
when and where the Creditors are to comcpupared to piovc 
their Debts, and at the Second Sittin;; to chule Alfignces, 
and at the Lalf Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to 
finilh his J-,xamln.ition, and the Cicditois are to alfenttoor 
dident from the Allowance of his Certi.iicate. All Perfons 
indebted to the laid Bankrupt; or th.it have any of his Ef- 
feifts, are not to pay or deliver tl'.c fame but to whom the 
Commiflioners (liall appoint, but give Notice to Mr.1Bcri-y, 
Walbrook, London. 

UJ Hereas a Commiflion of Biinknipt is awarded and 
ifTued forth againll Benjamin Betts and Ann Smith, 
of Bafinghall-Strcct, in the City of London, Faflors, Dealers 
and Copartners, and they being declared Bankruptsare here- 
by icqnired to furrender themfelves to the Commiflioners 
in the fai.l Commiflion named, or the major Pari of them, 
on tile a4th of January inllant, at Ten in the Forenoon, on 
the ;th Day of February next, at Ttt'elve of the Clock 
at Noon, and on the 3d Day of March following, at 'Fen of 
the Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London and make 
a full Difcovcry and Difclofure of their Ellate and i;rti fts ; 
when and where the Creditors are to come picpared to 
prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chufe Af- 
fignets, and at the Lall Sitting the laid Bankrupts arc re- 
quired to finifli their Examinations, .md the Creditors are to 
alient to 01 dilK-iit (ton\ the Allowance of their Certificates. 
All Perliii'S indebted to the liiid Bankrupts, or that have 
any of their Effefls, are not to pay or deliver the fame but 
to whoin the Commiflioners Ihall appoint, but give Notice 
to Mr. Dann,Threadneedle-Street, Lji.don. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iilurii forth ajjainlt 'Ihomar. Bulhncll, late of Wcrt- 
niiiillcr-Ut.ad, in the County of Surrey, Wheelwri;;ht, (but 
now a Priloner in the Kiiig's-Bench Prili.n.) and he being 
declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furrender himfelf 
to the Coiouiillioneis in the laid Lommilfion named, or the 
major Part of them, on the 2?ih of January inftant, at 
Eleven in the Forenoon, on the 4th Day of IVbriiaiy next, 
at Twelve of the Clock at Koo 1, and on the 3d Day of 
.March loliouing, at 'I'eii in the Koicnoon, at Guildhall, 
f>ondon, and make a full Dilcovery and Dileloiuie of 
hisEftateaud EfledU; when and where the Creditors aie to 
come prepaied to piove their 'Debts, and at the Second Sit- 
ting to chule Artigncet, and at the Lad Sitting the (aid 
Bankrupt is requiied to finilh hi; Fxamination, and the Cie- 
ditors are to alknt to or dil!ent lioni the Allowance of 
his Certificate. All Perlons indebted to the laid Bank- 
rupt, or that have any of his Klfeflii, are not to pay 01 deli- 
ver the fame but to whom the Commiinoners Ihall' anpoinf, 
but give Notice to Mr. George Anthony, No. 0, EarlStrest! 
Blackfriars. 



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WMeteas a ConiinilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iflucd fouli .ijjaiiifl Chailoltc I'iuimas, rrnw or late 
oi Nrw liond-SlrrH, in tlic Couiiry of A'.iildlel'ex, Milliner, 
and l'.incy Uitlj and PLlifie-Makcr, Dealer and Chapwo- 
jiiaii, and flii; heiiig declared a Bankrupt is lierehy required 
to Inrtender IierTelt" to the Comniinioners in the faid Coni- 
niidiun named, nv the major Part ol" tIiem,on the 24th and 
3Ill of January icillant, and on the 3d Day jOf March 
next, at Ten in the Forenoon 011 each Day, at Guildhall, 
London, and make a fidl Dilcovery and Dilclolnre of her 
nlate and Effcfts; when and where the Creditors are to 
conie prepared to prove their Uchts, and at tiie Second 
Sitting to chufe Aliignecs, and at the l.all Sitting the faid 
Bankrupt is required to finilh her Examination, and the 
Creditors are to allcnt to or dillent fiom the Allowance 
of her Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the laid Bank- 
rupt, or that have any of her EH(;<fls, are not to pay 
or deliver the fame but to whom the Cumniiflit)ners fhall ay- 
point, hut give Notice to Mr. Eves, Chapcl-Strect, Bed- 
ford-Row, London. 

WHereas a CommilTion of Binltrupt IS awarded ind 
illued for;h againll Edward Merlon, of Ilmin- 
fler, in the County of Somerfet, Mercer, Drafler, Dealer 
and Chairman, and he beinj^ declared a Bankrupt is hereby 
ret|nired to furrender himl'elf to the Commillioncrs in the 
Ciid Commidion named, or the major Part oT them, on the 
3ifl of January indant, on the 4th Day of February next, 
and on the jd of Matcii following, at One it: tlie Afternoon 
on each of the faid Days, at Guildhall, Loiidoni, and 
make a full Difcovery and Dilclofure of his Ellc.te and Ef- 
fe^s; when and where tire Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, at the Second Sitting to choole Aflig- 
i\ees, and at the Lall Sitting- the faid Bankrupt is require to 
finilh his I'.xaminatioil, and tiie Creditors are to afTeiit to or 
didcnt from the Allowance of his Certilicate. All Perfons 
indebted to tl'.c faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Ef- 
fe<fls, are not to jwy or deliver the liime but to -whom the 
Commiffioners Ihall appoint, but give Notice to i^.Ir. Adams, 
Oid-Jevvry, London. 

THE Comniiflioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and il]ued forth againrt George Phillips, of 
Brook -Street, R.atclille, in the County of Middlefe.t, Timber- 
Merchant, Intend to meet oir the id of February next, at 
Ten o'ClcKk in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by 
Adjournment from the 17th inOant,) in order to proceed 
to the Choice of an Aliignee or Allignees of the Eftate and 
Kffetf^s of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where the Creditors, 
who Iiavc not already proved their Debts, are to come 
prepared to prove the fame, and, with thofe who have al- 
ready proved their Debts, vote in fuch Choice accordingly. 

TH E Commidioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and illued forth againfl Charles Rulhworth, 
of High-Holborn, in the County of Middletex, Coach- 
Maker, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 31ft of 
January inllant, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, 
.at Guildhall, by Further Adjournment from the 17th Day 
of January inflant,) to take the Lall Examination of the 
faid Bankrupt; when and where he is required to fur- 
render himlelf, and make a full Difcovery and Dilclofure 
of his Ertate and Effcfts, and finilh his Examination ; and 
the Creditors, who have not alicady proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the lame, and, with thole who 
have proved their Debts, allent to or dillent from the Al- 
lowance of his Certificate. 

THE Commifnoners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and illued forth againft Edward Orme, of 
the Borough of .Soutluvark, in the County of Surrey, Cheefe- 
moBgcr, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 
14th Day of February next, at Eleven of the Clock in 
the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by Further Adjourn- 
ment from the 17th of January inftant,) to take the Lalf 
Examination of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
he is required to furrcnder himfejf and make a full Dif- 
covery and Difclofure of his Eftate and EtfeOs, and finifh 
his Examination ; and the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
lame, and, with thofe who have proved their Debts, alTent 
toof diUcnt from the .-illowanceof his Certificate. 



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THE CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankri-.pt 
awarded and illued forth againll Henry Jackfon, of 
Mincing-Lane, in the City of London, Merchant, intend to 
meet on 'Fuelilay next, the 24th of January inflant, at 
Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, iit 
order to receive the Proof of a Debt Under the faid Com- 
million. 

TH E CommilTioners in a Renewed CommiHioit of 
Bankrupt, bearing Date the l6th of January 1804, 
ilTued forth againll Richard Lloj'd, of Thavies Inn, in 
the City of London, Money Scrivener, intend to meet on 
the ijth Day of February next, at One o'clock in the Af- 
ternoon, at GiiiWhall, London, (and not on the 24th Day 
of January inllant, as before advcrtifed,) in order to 
make a Dividend of the Eftatc and Effefls' of the faid 
Bankrupt ; when and where the Creditors, who have not 
dready prin-etl their Debts are to come prepau-d to prove 
the lame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the laid 
Dividtiid. And all Claims not then proved will be dif- 
allovvtd. 

THE CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
hearing Date the 3d Day of April 1793, awarded and 
idued forth againil George Browne and Heni'v Brown, late 
of Liverpool, in the CoUi'.ty of Lanealler, IVIcrchants and 
PartneVi, intend to meet on the i6th of March next, at 
Eleven in the Forenoon, at Henry Forlliaw's, the Globe Ta- 
vern, in John-Street, Liverpool, to make a f'inal Dividend 
of the Ellacc and Elfetfts of the faid George Browne and 
Henry Brown ; when and where the Creditors, wlxi have 
nut alieady proved their Debts are to come prepared to 
prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of 
tl'.e laid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be 
dilallowsd. ' 

'"I'^HE ConimilTIdncrs'n a CommilTion of Bankrupt, bear- 
X ing Date the 4th Day of Augdll 1803, awarded and 
ilTued forth, againll Richard Wood, of Slaithwaite, in the 
Paiilh of Huddersfieid in the County of York, Cornfailor, 
Dealer and Chapman, intchd to meet on Wednefday the 
ijtii Day of February next, at Ten o'clock in the Fore- 
noon, at the Houl'e of John Tovvnfend, the George Inn, in 
Huddersfieid aforefaid, in order to make a Dividend of the 
Ellate and Etfetfts of the laid Bankrupt; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will he ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. Arid all Claims 
not then proved will be difaUo>ved, 

TH E Commiffioners in a CommilTion of Banknipt, 
bearing Date the 7th Day of June 1803, awarded and 
illued againll Henry Merttins Bird and Benjamin Savage, 
of Jefferies-Square, London, (carrying on Trade in Part- 
nerlhip with Robert Bird, of KcW York, in the United 
States of America, Merchants, under the Firm of Bird, Sa- 
vage, and Bird,) intend to meet on the 30th of January 
inlt,mt, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by 
Adjournment from the 17th Inftant,) to make a Dividend 
of the 1 Hate and Effefts of the faid Bankrupt; when and 
where the Creditors who have not already proved their 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the lame, or they will 
be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. Ar.d all 
Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

1"" H E CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 17th of September 1803, awarded 
and ilfued forth againll Peter Favene, of Bedlord-Row, in 
the County of Middlefex, Infurance-Broker, intend to nieet 
on the 28th Day of February next, at Eleven of the Clock 
in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Divi- 
dend of the Ellate and Effefts of the faid Bankrupt ; when 
and where the Creditors, who have not already proved tlieii 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will 
be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not theo proved will be difallowed. 

TH E CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrujut, 
bearing Date the 17th Day of July 1793, awarded 
and iflucd forth qgainft Jofeph Snape, of Shelton, in the 
County of Statibrd, Baker, Dealer and Chap"man, intend 
to meet on the 20th Day of February next, at Eleven 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at Mr Campion'i, the 



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■BcU !nn, in Derby, in the Covinty of Derby, in ordr to i 
make a r«rtb«r Dividend of the "Eftate anil Elfefts of the 
!uia Bankrupt; wlien and where the Credvlois, who have 
mtal'cadv proved their Debts, are to come prepared to 
prove the Vame, or thev will be e^ccluded the Benefit of the 
laid Divi lend. And ^11 Clair.is not then piovcd will be 
dilallowed. 

T^ H r. Comtnidioncts in a Commi(Tion of Bankrupt, 
I b. 1 'i; ' D.i- l'.c 15th of January 1803, awarded Jnd 
iflljctl • ;;.,ian, of DoiKjlKr, In the Countyof 

York, , Dealer and Ghapman, intend to 

meet on. - ij... cn't'-inir:- next, at Eleven in the Fore- 
noon, at th-i \Vl.itc-'Kirt ': avcin, in SUvei-Strcet, m the 
Townof K!:'jn in-upon-HiiU, to make a Dividend of the 
Ellale ani Lif.as of the (aid bankrupt ; when and where 
ttie Creditors, wl» have not already proved (.luir Del)ti, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the laid Dividend. AnJ all Claims not then 
proved will be difallovied. 

TH E ConimilTioners in a CommitTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 6th Djy of December 1799, awarded 
and ilTued a'^-aitil> James Prclton Smart, late of Hanover- 
Street, Hanover-.Square, in the County of IWiddlelex, Taylor, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 21ll of February 
next, at Ten of tlie Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, 
London, in order to make a Further Divi.lend ol the El'- 
I2te and ElTedks of the laid Bankrupt ; when and where th-- 
Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to 
. come prepared to prove the fame, or they vaill be escluJcd 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And :rtl Claims not 
then proved will be dilallowed. 

TH E Commifiiuiiers in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
hearing Date the 5th of February 1S03, awaulc.l 
and ilTued agaioft Morgan Hujjhcs, of Mourning-Une, in 
tlie Parilh of St. JoSin .-it Hackney, in the County of Mid- 
dleiex. Milkman, int-.nd to meet on the 14th Day of Fe- 
bruaiy next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, 
to make a Dividend of the Eltate and EHeas of the iiiid 
Bankrupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not al- 
ready pioved thc'.r Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
lame, or they will be exclndid the Benefit of the faid Divi- 
dend. And all Claims not tiien proved will be difallowed. 



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H E Coir.milTioners in a Commiffion of Bankrupt, 
I beaiing Dntc the id of NoJerfiber 1798, awarded and 
idiied forth apainrt James Robins and James Anderlbn, of 
Watei-Laue, in the City of London, Glafs-SelUrs and Co- 
partners,- intend to meet on ihc ajth Day of February 
next, at Eleven of the Clock- in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
hall, London.in order to make a Final Dividend ol the Elfate 
snd Etfcfis of the laid Bankrupt; when and where the Cre- 
ditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to come 
prepared to prove the fsme, or they will be excluded the 
Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved 
will be dilallowed,' 

''I^HE Commidioners in a Commiltion of Bankrupt, 
I i>eari'ng Date the aSlh of February 1S03, avN-arded 
arid iiliud aK.iinI* John Barker, of Fieldhead, in the Parilli 
of C^filefowerby, in the-County of Cumbtiland, Wood- 
moB'er, Dealer 'and Chapman, intend to meet on Thurfday 
the I°6th of Febiuary next, at Eleven in the forenoon, at the 
Houfe of Benjamin Holmes, the Grapes, in the City of 
Carlifle, in order to make a Dividend ol the Efiate and 
E (lefts of the laid Bankrupt; when and whore the Credi- 
tors, who have not already pioved their Debts, aic to 
ccmeprepaied to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the fiid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will he difallowed. 

T* H E CommidioDcrs in 1 CommifTion of Bankrupt, 
I ' bearing Date the jyth of Deccmbet 1801, awarded 
alid ilFued forth againft Mark Nalh, late of Wotion-undcr- 
Edge, in the County ol Gloccfter.Currici, Dealer and Chap- 
man, intend to meet on' the syth of Fcbmary next, at 
TwcKc o'clock at Noon, at the Swan liii), in Vfotton-undcr- 
Edgc aforelaid, to make a Firfl and Final Dividend of the 
Eftate and Jiflsfls of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Dcbt.s, are 
to come prepared 10 prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the 6id Dividend. And all Claires not 
then prorcd will be dii'^Uoved, 



I HE Commhlioiievs in a CommKtion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date tlie i6th of December 1797, awarded and 
I forth againft Charles Lowe the Younger, of Bofton, 
in the County of Lincoln, Miller, Merchant, Dealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet on the i6th Day of February 
next, at Eleven o'clock in the Foienooo, at the Sign of the 
Woolpack Inn, in Bofton aforcfaid, in order to make a Final 
Dividend of the Ellate and Ellefl.* of the faid Bankrupt; , 
when and where the Creditors, who have not already proved 
their Debts, are to coine prepared" to prove the lame, or 
they will he excluded the Benefit of tlie (aid Dividend. And 
all Cl.iims not then proved wiU be difallowed. 

WHereas the a^ing Comuiidioncrs in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and iflucd forth againll Ro- 
bert Stevenlbn, of Fetter-Lane, Holboni, in the City of 
London, Cutler, have certified to the Right Honorable 
John Lord Eldon, Lnid Hijih Chancellor of Great Britain, 
that the faid Robert Stevenf )n hatli in all Tilings conformed 
l^inlelf according to the Diiciflions of tile ((jveial Aiftsol Par- 
liament made concerning Bankrupts ; This is to give Kotice^ 
that, by virtue of an AH palled in the Fifth Year of His late 
^Tajelly's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the laid Aft direfts, unlets C'aufe be Ihewn to the 
Contrary on or before the iith'Day oi I'ebruary next. 

WHereas the afting Commidioners in the Commidion of 
Bankrupt awcrJed and illucd agtiinft Nathaniel 
Cockayne, of Derby, in the County of Derby, Baker, Dealer 
and Ciiapman, have ccrllticd to the Right Honorable John 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the 
faid Nathaniel Cockayne hath in all Things conformed himfeh' 
according to the Direftiuiis of the (ijveral Afts of Parliament 
made concerninj:; Bankrupts; 'i'his is to give Notice, that, by 
virtue of an Aft palled in the fifth Year of His laic 
Mujelly's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firnied as the fiiid Aft direfts, unlcfs Caul'e be (hewn to the 
contrary on or before the nth of February next. 

WHereas the afting Commidioners in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and illiied againd WilKam 
Peter Joggett,of Bridgwatcr-Square, in the City of London, 
and of Kemp's-Row, Chell'ea, in the Paiifh of Saint George 
Hanov=r-So,uare, in the County of Middlrftx, Mnehant 
and Infuranci -Broker, have certified to the Riyht Honorable 
John Lord Flldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
that the faid William Peter joggett hath in all 1'hings con- 
formed himfelt according to the Dircftions of the I'cveral Afts 
of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give 
Notice, tliat, by virtue of an Aft palled in the Filth Year 
of His Ijte Majelly's Reign, his Certificate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as the laid Aft direfts, unlefs Caufc be 
dicwn to the contrary on 01 before the nth Day of February 
next. 

WHeieas the afting Commidioners in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and illued againfl; Thomas 
Beale Taylor, of Lcicedci-Square, in the Paiifli of Saint 
Anne, Wedminfter, in the County of Middlefex, Ladies' 
.Shoemaker, Dealer and Ch;ipn,an, have certified to the Right 
Honorable John Lord Lldon, Lord High Chancellor of 
Great Britain, lluit the faid Thomas Beale Taylor hath in all 
'Filings conforiiit.d hinifelf according to the Dlreftions of the 
Icveral Afts of parliament made concerning Bankrupts ; 
This is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft padld in 
the Fifth Year of His late Maiefty's Reign, his Certificate 
will be allowiii and confirmed as the laid Aft direfts, unlefs 
Caiili; Lc (hewn to the coniiaiy on or before the nth Day 
of Fcbruarj' next. 

WHereas the afting Commidioners in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ifliied forth againft Pen- 
jamin Cook, of Noith Audlcy-Strect, in the Parifti of St. 
George, Hanover-Stiuarc, in the County of Middlefex, 
Baker, have cerlitied to the Right Honorable John 
Ixjrd Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
that the laid Benjamin Cook hath in all Things eonlormcd 
liimfelf according to the Dircftions of the icvcral Afts 
of Parliament in.ide concerning Bankruj^ts; This is to 
give Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft polled in the Fifth 
Ytar of His late Majedy's Reign, his Ccrtirii.ate will Le 
allowed and confirmed as the liiid Aft direfts, unlefs Caufe 
be diewn to the contrary on or before the nth Day of Fe- 
bruary DCXt, 



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WHereas the afling CommilTicners in the Comniidiou 
of Bankrupt awatded and ifl'ued againd Carfey Bell, 
of Sampi'on's-Gardens, in the Paiilh of St. John,Wapping, in 
the County of Midillelex, Maftev-Mariner, Dealer and Chap- 
man, have certified to the Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, 
Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the faid 
Carfey Bell hath in all Things conformed hinifelf ac- 
cording to the Uireiltions of the levcral Aits of Parliament 
made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, 
by virtue of an Ait palled in the lifth Year of His late 
Majefty's Reign, his Ceitificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the iiid Act direfts, unlefs Caufe be Ihcwn to the 
contiary on or before the nth of Fcbruaiy next. 

WHereas the adting Commifiioners in the CommilCon 
of Bankrupt awarded and iffued ajainft George 
Martin, late of Surtblk-Strest, Charing-Crofs, in the County 
of IVIiddlefex, Watch-Alaker, Dealer and Chap:nan, have 
certified to the Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, Lord 
High Cliancellorof Great Britain, that the laid George Mar- 
tin hath in all Things conformed himfelf according to the 



Direflisns of the fcveral Aeii of Parliament made coiicerninc 

Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, by virttie of an Aft 
paired in the Fifth Year of His late Majefty's Reign, his 
CertihcatewiU be allowed and confirmed as the faid Aft di- 
reils, unlefs Caufe be (hewn to the contrary on or before the 
nth of February next. 

WHereas the afting Commifiioners in the Commillioii 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued foith a^ainft 
Hairy Lea, of Ropemsker-Street, LittleMoorfieMs, and of 
Bill)opfgate-Strect, in the City of London, 'lobacconift, 
Dealer arid Chapman, have certified to the Right Honor- 
able John Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Gieat 
Britain, that the faid Henry Lea hath in all Things con- 
formed liimfelf according to the Direftions of the fcvera! 
Acts of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This is to 
give Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft palled in the Fifth 
Year of His late Majefly's Reign, his Certificate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as the faid Aft direfts, unlefs Caufe be 
(hewn to the contrary on orbeforethe nth Day of Fcbruat? 
next. ' 



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iUbUfl3cti Ijj) auti)ortt^'. 



From '^atUrDay January 21, to ^urSDaj January 24, 1804. 



ll^ar-Ofu-e, January 2 \, 1804. 
South Hants Gentknien and 2'eomanry Cavalry. 

GiLBi RT Matthison, Efq; to be Captain, vice 
Sloaiic, rcligned. 
Cornet Charles Arnott to be Lieutenant, vice Eyre, 

promoted. 
Samuel Nicoll, Gent, tn be Cornet, vice Arnott. 
Charles Ward, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Smith. 

Hunt'wgilmi/hire Volunteer Cavalry. 

Lieutenant Simon Hardy to be Captain, vice Per- 
kins, dcceafed. 

Cornet Robert Edis to be Lieutenant, vice Hardy. 

<^iarter-MaIler William Codling to be Cornet, vice 
Edis. 

South Lennox Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 
Archibald Edmonfton, Gent, to be Cornet, vice 

Finlay, refigncd. 
John Wilhart, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Gibb, re- 

figned. 

TVitntledon Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 
Robert Reid, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice Hay- 
ward, rcfigned. 
William Jennings, Gent, to be Cornet. 

Argylljh'ire Second .Additional Volunteers, 
Colin Campbell, Elq; to be Major. 

Beynhurjl Volunteer Infantry. 
Geovfre Willis, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Bldinell, 
refigned. 

Blnclland Volunteer Company. 
Henry Poole, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

i d Baltatinn of Caithnefs Volunteers. 
Lieutenant-Colonel S-ir Benjamin Dunbar to have 
the Brevet Rank o\ Colonel. 

Eajl Cornwall Volunteer Infantry. 
Major Francis Glanville to be Lieutenant-ColoneL 
Captain J. P. Foote to be Major. 
Lieutenant Richard Laffcr to be Captain. 
George Edward Serjeant, Efq; to be Captjiu, 

To ie Lieutenants, 
Enfign John Weftlake. 
Enfign Richard Kingdom 
EBlign William Doidge. 
Enfign Richard Doidge. 
Enfign William Lan«. 



Enfijjn Henry Mavnard. 
Richard Parfons. Gent. 
William Jordan, Gent, 
lufliua Rowe, Gent. 
Robert Little, Gent. 
James Thomas, Gent. 
William Rogers, Gent. 
John Daw, Gent. 
William Richard, Gent. 
William Beft, Gent. 
Hugh Bickford Page, Gent. 

To be Etifgns, 
Jofcph FItze, Gent. 
Robert Bate, Gent. 
John Carne, Gent. 
Nicholas Odger, Gent. 
William Mufgrove, Gent. 
Jofcph Profter, Gent. 
John Sargeant, Gent. 
Francis Maynard, Gent. 

To be jidjulantf 
John Ede, Gent. 

To be ^arlermq/!(r, 
Charles Gent, Gent. 

Dumfries ./hire Volunteer Infantry. 

Enfign William M'Lellan to be Lieutenant, vice 
Hyflop, refigned. 

William Hayland, Gent, to be Enfign, vice M'Lel- 
lan. 

Hinkford Hundred Volunteer Regiment. 

George Marquis of Buckingham to be Colonel. 

Thomas Aftle, Efq; to be Lieutenant Colonel- Conr- 
mandant. 

Barilett Goodrich, Efq; to be Lieutenant- C«IoBel. 

Jofiah Nottidge, Efq; to be Major. 

Richard Marriott, Efq; t« be Ditto. 
To be Captains, 

John Saville, Efq. 

Daniel Joflin, Efq. 

John Thomas Nottidge, Efq. 

Richard Marriott, ECij. 

William Pollctt, Efq. 

Jofeph Saville, jun. Efq. 

Thomas Aille, Efq. 

Carr Thomas Brackenbury, Efq. 

John Kemp, Efq. 

Frederick Darcy, Efq. 



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7o le LhuUnantf, 
fiannK-l Biij;lit, inn. Gent. 
I'iiomas Jodln, Gent. 
Gcorfje Sjville, Gent. 
WTlliam Redd:il. Gent. 
Tlioinis Dench, Gout. 
John NichoUs, Gent, 
liarry Bingljf)- Sedwicli, Geiit. 
Thomas Parlonfon, Gent. 
William Manning, Gent. 
Edmund Davcy, Gent. 

To le En/l^ri, 
Ricliaril Ijacey, Gent. 
Tluimas TuMcr Enj;;ll(h, Gent. 
Henry Ray, Gent. 
Jolin Newman, Ger.t. 
John Bio'.vnc, Gent. 
Samuel Whitehead, Gent. 
William Thuilow, Gent. 
James Cardinal, Gent, 
liobert Burleigh, Gent. 
William Hitcliings, Gent. 

To ie Chaplain, 
Hcv. John Thurlow. 

To be MJultinl, 
Captain Carr Thomas Brackcnbury. 

To be ^larler-majlery 
William Hagon, Gent. 

To be Surgeon, 
Robert Tweed, Gent. 

To le /(Ifillant- Surgeon, 
Williatn Manning, Gent. 

Montgomer^Sire Volunteer Legion. 
Infantry. 
Devereux Milton, Gent, to be Enfign. 
Richard Farmer, Gent, to be Adjutant. 
Edward Jones, Gent, to be Surgeon. 
JohuFoid, Gent, to he Surgeon. 

Cavalry. 
William O^ren, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Mounljbay jirtilkry. 
Oliver Gluyas, Efq; to be Captain. 
James Dcwan, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Rijle Company of the \Jl Surrey Volunteers. 
John Glutton, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Truro Volunteer Infantry. 
Thomas F. Hrrnblower, Gent, to be Enfign, vlie 

Carthew, promoted. 
Thomas JJate, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Devori- 

fliire, refigncd. » . „ 

Richard Taunton, M. D. to be Fliyfician. 
Thonf.as F. Hornblower, Gent, to be Quarter- 

Mafter. 

Wtfllury and Clifton Volunteers. 
Captain Thomas Coke to be Licutenaat-Coloncl. 
Captain R. B. Devtrel to be Mdjor. 

To bt Captain:, 
Tlioman Hunt, Eftj. 
Thomas Hill, Efq. 
I..icatenant Daubeny, vice Coke. 
Lieutenant I'owler, vice Deverel. 

To be LieutenanU, 
Thomtis Frampton, Gent. 
Henry Broughton, Gent. 
Enfign James Lcanc, vice Fowler. 



R. Jones Tomlinfoii, Gciit. 
Enfign Daubcney. 

To be Enfigm, 
Richard Edgtll, Gent. 
John Stytch, Gent. 
Thomas Forbes, Gent, vice Leans. 

To le Surgeons, 
Richard Edgell, Gent. 
Nathaniel Smith, Gent. 

Loyal IVorcefier Volunteers. 
Rev. Samuel Mence to be Chaplain. 
John Hammond, Gent, to be Quarter-Mculer. 

Ekrata 
In Gazette of tSth October 1803. 
ll'iclhim Volunteers. 
For Samuel Atkins, Gent, to be Lieutenant, 
[acob HoIleU, Gent, to be Enfign. 
Read Jacob Hojli-ft, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
Samuel Atkins, Gent, to be Enfign. 

In Gazette of 7th Indant. 
For Stour Volunteers, 
John Horniblow, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Read Shijflon upon Slour Loyal Volunteers. 
John Horniblow, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

In Gazette of 14th IiiRant, 
Pew-jjith Gentlemen and I'eomanry Cavalry. 
For Rev. James Jenkins Keigfrnyn to be Chaplain, 
Read Rev. James Jenkins Keigwyn to be Ciiaplaln. 



War-Office, January 24, 1S04. 

\fl Regiment of Dragoon Gwa;v/T, Lieutenant J. F. 
Addifon to be Captain of a Troop, by Pnrchafc, 
vice Barlow, who retires. 

2zd Regiment of Light Dragoons, Charles Dudley, 
Gent, to be Coiiiet, by Purchafe, vice Lowe, 
promoted in the 79th Foot. 

,\ nil Regiment of Foot, Henry Webb, Gent, to be 
Enfign, without Purchafe, vice Lord Burgherdl, 
promoted in the Royal Fuzilecis. 

I?//; Ditto, Captain R. J. Thornton, from Half- 
Pay of the late 24th Dragoons, to be Captain of 
a Company, vice Bayly, wiio exchanges. 

izil Ditto, Michael Riddell, Gent, to be Enfign, 
by Purchafe, vice Glubbe, promoted. 

25//; Di.to, Enfign Robert Seymour to be Lieute- 
nant, witliout I'nrchafe, vice Baylcy, fuporfeded. 

2Cth Ditto, Thomas Traytoii Fuller, Gent, to be 
Enfign, without Purchafe, vice M'Nab, promoted 
in the3cth Foot. 

28M Ditto, Lieutenant James C. Leekey to be Cap- 
tain of a Company, without Purchafe, vice 
Nixon, removed to the 8 ill Foot. 

Enfign Thomas Shuttleworth to be Lieutenant, vice 
Leekey. 

Frederick Hcrvcy Fuller^ Gent, to be Enfign, vice 
Shuttleworth. 

^iJ Ditto, Charles Hanifon, Gent, to be Ijnfign, 
by Purchafe, vice Gore, promoted in the Spth 
Foot. 

^2(1 Ditto, Captain Hugo Arnot, from Half- Pay of 
the ill Foot Guard.',, to be Captain of a Com- 
pany. 

^ifl Ditto, Enfign J. H. Bloomfield to be Lieute- 
nant, by Purchafe, vice Marriott, who retires. 



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^^th Rfpmenf f>f Fool, Enfigli Henry 'Robert Co- 

nolly to be Lieutenant, without Purcliafe, vice 

Lloyd, promottJ in the 6l.h Battalion of Re- 

fcrve. 

57//J Dilto, George Morfe, Gent, to be Enfign, by 

Piirchafc, vice King, promoted. 
61JI JJitlo, George Maclean, Gent, to be Enfign, 
without Purcliafe, vice Edwards, promoted in 
the ycth Foot. 
66//1 lyif.o, Hofpital-Mate Richard Faiilkes to be 

Aflillant-Surgeoii. 
(i%th DitlQ, Enligii William S. Melland, from the 
14th Loot, to be Lieutenant, by Purchalc, vice 
Rochfort, promoted in the 20th Foot. 
•^Oth D'llto, Enlign T. D. Edwards, from the 61 ft 
Foot, to be l^ieutenanl, without Purchr.l'e, vice 
Coote, piomoted in the 4th Battalion of Rc- 
ferve. 
"Enlign Alexander B. Higgins, from Half-Pay of 
the 36tli Foot, to be Enlign, vice Elliott, pro- 
moted. 
Enfign John Henry Belli, from the 5th Battalion of 
Rcferve, to be Enlign, vice M'Dermott, promoted 
in the 9th Battalion of Referve. 
Ilfl Ditto, Enfign A. S. King to be Lieutenant, 

by Purcliafe, yice DIckfon, who retires. 
^\Jl Dilfe, Enfign J. D. De Carteret to be Lieute- 
nant, by Purcliafe, vice Moody, promoted. 
Major-Genera! Sir Charlrs Gn-eri's Re^imcrd, Lieute- 
nant Lewis de Ratfenhaufen, from the 60th Foot, 
to be Captain of a Company. 
Lieutenant Walter. M'Gibbon, from the 46th Foot, 

to be Captain of a Company. 
Enfign F. W. Kyfii, from the 6otli Foot, to be 

Lieutenant. 
I/? Battaliou of Refirve, James Burke, Gent, to be 
Enfign, vice Armftrong, promoted in the 3d Bat- 
talion of Referve. 
■^d Ditto, Enfign Jofcph Pctera to be Lieutenant. 
(itl> Ditto, Enfign Charles Gardiner to be Lieutenant, 
vice Parkin, whofe Appuiiitment has not taken 
place. 
Thomas Hawkins, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Jarmy, 

whofe Appointment has not taken place. 
Cctiiail'uin Fiticibles, Patrick M'Cruuimen, Gent, to 

be Enfign. 
Neiu Brunfiuick Fendhhs, Lieutenant Francis Nef- 
felrode de Hugenpoet, from Half-Pay of the 
39th Foot, to be Lieutenant. 
^th Royal Garri/on Battalion, Serjeant Jofeph Lam- 
beth to be Enfign, vice Garvey, placed on the 
Retired Lill. 

Fhe King's German Legion. 
To bi Captains of Companies, tvilh temporary Rani 
in the ylrmy, 
Captain Julius Hartmann. 
Lieutenant Frederick De Anderten. 

Ijicut(.nant Ritter. 

Lieutenant Frederick KudorfF. 
I..ieutcnant Charles Baron Bifehoffshaufen. 
Lieutenant Louis Ar.gnllus De Berger. 
Lieutenant Ludjlpli Biron Vofs. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Lieutenant Vlflor de Artnfchild, with temporary 

Rank in the Army. 
Lieutenant Fredcrik. Potfrt, with rempr.r;iry Rank 

in the Army. 
£ufign Loui;; Cropp. 



Enfign Hau'fJcift". . 

Enfign Heife. 

To be Cornet, 
Enfign Charles Kranchenberg. 

To be Euf^r.S\ 
Enfign Fr^ederick Scohm.idt. 

Enfign Muller. 

John Daukwerts, Gent. ' 

Erneft Anguihis Ilolr/.ermann, Gent. 
Louis Krauckenbtrg, Gent. 
Charles Detmering, Gent. 
Gotlieb Philip Hohzerman, Gent. 
Frederick Baring, Gent. 

To be ^arler-ni/tjlers^ 
W. F. Reufch, Gent. 
Lieutenant Haafman. 

B A R R A C K S.' 
Robert Cooke, Gi';i;. Qjiartcr-MatUr of :the 1)1 ft 

Foot, to be a BarrackMafter in Great Bn'i,i:ii. 
John Doddinglon Forth, Gent, late of the lit 

Surrey Militia, to be Ditto. 



Do':vning-S:re,'l, fanuary 24, 1804. 
The King has been pleafc-d to appoint Lleu- 
tenant-Gcntial WilKam fvlyers to l)t Coniniani!<.-r 
of His Majelly's Forces fcrving in t'.ie Wiiidwaid 
and Leeward Charibbee Ifland Station. 



Lord Chatnberlain's Offioe, January 24, i?04. 
Notice is hereby given, that there *vill be a 'Le- 
vee at .St. James's on AVednefday the 1 (1 of Fe- 
bruai7 next, and a Drawing Room on I'luirfdaw 
the 9th. 



IVhilehall, 'Jardiary 1^, 1 804. 
The Loid Chancellor has appointed Rlclia-d 
Rodd, jnn, of Plymouth-Dock, in the County of 
Devon, Gent, to be a Mailer Estraordiiiary in' tlfe 
High Court of Chance rv. 



Whitehall, January 14, 1804. 
As fevcral Artificers and Mcnifaclurers, Siihjecls of 
Great Britain, have, from Time to Time, gone inta 
Foreign Countries to exercife their feveral Callings, 
contrary to the Latvs of thefe Kingdoms, the follow^ 
ing AbflraSs of Acts of Parliament of Their late 
Majefiies King George the Firfl and Second, and of 
His prefcnt Majejly, for pre-uenting fuch Pradices, 
are p'iblijhvd, for the Information of ail Perfoiis tcho 
may be ignorant of the Penalties they may incur 
by DifubeJience to them : And it ivill be ohferved, 
that fuch Penalties liheiuife extend to thofe who are 
any ways concerned or inflrumenlal in the Sending 
or Enticing Artificers or ManufaRiirers out of thefe 
Kingdoms, or in the ExporltUion of the Tools and . 
Irfrumvnls ufed ly them, as ivell as to the Artifi- 
cers or Mannfailurers tbemfeliies . 

Statute 5 George L Chnb. 27. 

IF any Perfon fliall contrail with, entice, or fclicit, 
aiiy Artificer in Wool, Iron, Steel, Brafs, or 
other Metal, Clock-maker, Watch-maker, or any 
other Artificer of Great Britain, to go ixto Foreign 
Countries out of the King's Dominions, and Ihall 
be convicted thereof, npon Lidictmcnt or Informa • 
►'(.Ml in any of the Courts at Welimiiiikr, or .;'. 



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the Aili:c» or Quarter Si;!nor:5, lie (IvAl be fined any 
Sam not oicccdingONE HUNDRED POUNDS 
for the firft OfTcnce, a id (lull be iinpril'oiied Three 
Months, and till the Fine be paid. And it" any Per- 
lou having been once convided P.rJ\ offend again, 
he rt'-all be lined at tlic Difcrction of the Coii-t, and 
imprifcncd Twelve Monihf, and till the Tiiie hi 
paid. 

It' any of the King's Siihic.5\s, being fueh Arti- 
ficers, fliall 2;o into any Country cut of IT;, Ma 
jelly's Dominions, to exercife or teach tlie laid 
Trades to Foreigners ; aid if any of the King's 
Siibicfts in any liich Fcrc!;in Country, cxereifing 
any of the laid Trades, Ihall not return into this 
Realm within Six Monthsafter Warninjj given by 
tlie Ambaffiidor, Miniller, or Conhil ot Ga:at Bri- 
tain, in the Country where fu'"h Arliiiecr^ Ibjli be, 
or by any l\-rfon authorifed by fuch Aniba'.Tiilor, 
S.O. or by one of the Secretar.'tvs of Sta'e, and from 
henceforth iiihal)it within this Realm ; lire!; Perfons 
ftiall be incapable of taking any Legacy, o: of he'iig 
an Executor or Adminitlrator, or of taking any 
J/ands, Sec. within this Kin^;dom, by Defeot, 
Devife, or Purehafc, and fliall forfeit all Lands, 
Goods, &c. within this Kingdom, to His Majelly's 
TJfe, and fliall be deemed Alien, a;id out of Hii 
Maji fty's Protedion. 

Upon Conplaint made, upon Oath, before any 
Juftice of Peace, that any Perfon is endeavour- 
ing to fcd'tce any fueh Artificer, or that any fuch 
Artificer hath contradteJ or is preparing to go out 
of His Majcfty's Dominions, for the Puipofes aforc- 
faid, fuch Jullicc may fend his Warrant to bring 
•lie Perfon complained of b<-:ore him, or before 
I'omc other Jutlice; and if it (Ivdl appear by the Oath 
of One Witncfs, or by Confeiiion, that he was guilty 
of any'of tiie laid Offences, fuch Juilice ma^- bind 
aim to appear at the next Afuzes or (garter Sef- 
fions : And if fuch Perlbn fliall refufe to give Secu- 
rity, the Juftlcc may commit him to Gaol till the 
next Alfi/.es or Qiiarter Stffions, and until he fliall 
be delivered by due Courfe of Law. And if any 
fuch Artificer fliall be convided, upon Indidnient, 
of any fuch Promifc, Contraft, or Preparation to go 
beyond the Seas, for the Purpofe aforcfaid, he fliall 
wive fuch Security to the King not to depart out of 
i-iis Majelly's Dominions, as luch Court fliall think 
rcafonablc, and Ihall be imprifoncd till Security 
given. 

If aoy of the above Offences fliall be committed 
in Scotland, the fame fliall be profecuted in the 
Court of Julliciary or the Circuits there. 
Statute 23 George II, Chip. 13. 

IF any Perfon ihall contract with, or endeavour 
to fcduec any Artificer in i\ ool, M Jiair, Cot- 
ton, or Silk, or in Iron, Steel, Brals, or other 
Metal, or aiiv Clock-maker, VVatc!im:iker, or 
any other Artitircr In any oth ;: of the Manufac- 
tures of Great Britain or Ireland, to po out of 
this Kingdom or Ireland into any Foreign Coun- 
try not within the Dominions of the Crown of 
Great Britain, and (hall be convicted, upon in- 
di-itment or Information, in the Kings Bei.cli at 
Wcllminfter, or by Indidment at the Affizcs or 
General Gaol Delivery for the County, Sec. 
-.vhcrein fuch Offence Iball be committed in Eng- 
land, or by Indictment in the Court of j'.u'iiciary 
or any of the Circuit Courts in .'kotland, or by 



Indiclmcnt or luformatioit in the King's Bench 
at Dublin, if fuch Offence be commitud in Ire- 
land ; tlic Perfon fo conviftcd fliall, for every Ar- 
tificer contraftid wiili or feduced, f)r'clt FIVE 
HUNDRED POUNDS, and fliall fuifer Impri- 
fonment in the Common Gaol of the County or 
Stcwartry wherein fueh Offender fliall be conviited 
for Twelve Calendar Months, antl until Forfeiture 
be paid : And in cafe of a lubfeqnent Offence of 
the fame Kind, the Perfons fo again offtndiiij 
fhall forfeit, for cverv Perfon contracted with or 
feduced, ONE THOUSAND POUNDS, a.id 
ihall fuffer Imprifoiiment in the Comnioii Ga.il 
of the CounfN or Stewartry wherein fuch Offender 
fliall be convided, for Two Years, and until fuch 
Forfeinire he paid. 

If any Perfon in Great Britain or Ireland fliall put 
on bonrd any Ship or Bi-at, not bound diredly to 
fomr Port i;i Guat Britain or Ireland, or to fome 
■ )ther of the Dominions of the Crow n of Great Bri- 
tain, any fuch Tools or Utenfils as ai'e commonly 
ufed in, or proper for the Preparing, Working up, 
or Finifliing of the Woollen or Silk Manufactu; .-s, 
or any Part of fuch Tools, ue fliall, for ever}' Of- 
fence, forfeit all inch Tools, or Parts thtreof, put 
on board, and TWO HUNDRED POUNDS, to 
he recoveied by Aftion of Debt, &c. in any Court 
of Record at Wellminftcr, or in the Court of Sef- 
fion in Scotland, or at any of the Four Courts in 
Dublin rclpedivdly, whcjein no Effoin, &c. fliall be 
allou-ed. 

It fliall be lawful for any Officer of the Cuffomj 
in Great Britain, or for any Odicer of the Revenue 
In Ireland, to feize and fecure, in fome of His Ma- 
jcfty's Warehoufco, all fuch Tools or Uten4ils pro- 
hibited to be exported, as fuch Otficer fliall find on 
board any Veffel not bound diredly to fome Port 
in Great Britain or Ireland, or to fome other of the 
Dominions of the Crown of Great Britain ; and all 
Tools fo fei/.ed fliall, after Condemnation, be pub- 
licly fold to the hell Bidder ; and one Moiety of 
the Produce fliall be to the Ufe of His Maiefly, 
and tlic other Moiety to the Otficer who fliall feize 
and fecure tlie fame. 

If the Captain of any Veffel in Great Britain or 
Iicland knowingly permit any of the faid Tools, 
prohibited to lie exported, to be put on board 
his Veffel, he fli ill, for every fuch Offence, forfeit 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS, to be recovered 
as the Penalties infllded upon Perfous exporting 
the Tools ; and, if the Veflel belongs to His Ma- 
jelly, the Cajitaln fliall not only forfeit ONl'^ 
HUNDRED POUNDS, bu; (hail alfo forf.It his 
Employment, and be incapable of any EniploY- 
mer,; under His Majefty. 

If any Officer of the Cufloms in Great Britain 
or of the Revi-nue in Ireland, take, or knowingly 
fuffer to be taken, any Entr)- outwaid, or lign any 
Cockct or SutL-rance for the Shipping or Export- 
ing of any of the faid Tools, or knowingly fuflVr the 
fame to be done, he Ihall forlVit ONE HUNDRED 
POUNDS, to be recovered as aforefaid, and alfo 
forfeit his Ollice, and be incapable of any Office 
under KIs Majelcy. 

One Moiety of the Forfeitures flr;il be applied 
to tiic Ufe of His Majelly, and the other Moiety 
to the Ufe of the Perfon who fliall fuc for thf 
fame. 



4?^?'^ 



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Statutes 14, 21, 2 J, and 26 0/ Hit pn/ent Mnjejly. 
BY thefe Statutes the like Penalties and For- 
feitures as above-mentioned are extended to Perfons 
packing or putting on board any Veflel, not bound 
direftly for fome Port in Great Britain or Ireland, 
any Machine, Engine, Tool, Prefs, Paper, Utcnfd, 
■or Implement whatfover, ufed in or proper for 
the working or finilhing of the Cotton, Steel, or 
Iron Manufaftures of this Kingdom, or any Part 
or Parts of fuch Machines or Implements, or any 
Models or Plans thereof; and all Captains of Ships 
and other Perfons receiving or being in Poficffion 
of any fuch Articles, with an Intent ta export 
• the fame to Foreign Parts, and all Cuftom-hoiife 
Officers fuffering an Entry to be made thereof, 
are refpeiftively liable to the like Penalties as are 
above-mentioned, in the cafe of Tools and Utenfils 
ufed in the Woollen and Silk Manufaftures. 



WAR OFFICE. 

Notice to Officers in the Army. 

SEVERAL Officers of the Army having repre- 
fented that they have been reqm'red by the Af- 
felTors under the Property Aft, in the Diilrifts in 
which they are or have been ftationtd, to make Re- 
turns of their Military Income, in order to their 
ieing aflcncd for the fame in fuch Di(lri£ls, Notice 
is hereby given, that all Officers of the Army, whe- 
ther on Full or Half-Pay, will be alfefTed for their 
Military Income, under the Direftions of the Cum- 
miffioners appointed by the Lords Conimiflioners of 
His Majedy's Treafury for affefiing the Army in 
general. 

Dated at the War-Office, this 14th Day of Ja- 
nuary 1804. 

By Order of the CommilTioners for afTefTrng 
the Pay and Allowances of Officers in the 
Army, , Cba. Humiltou, Clerk. 

Inftruftions for the Guidance of Officers in mak- 
ing out their Military Income, are now preparing. 



W^Z 



Whitehall, 2 1 ft January 1804. 
iereas it hath been humbly reprefented to the King, 
that in the Night of Tharfday the 22d of December 
laji, about Ten 0' Clock, the Report of feveral Guns luas 
heard in a IVood belonging to and near the Houfe of 
Francis Ferrand Foljambe, Efq; of OJherton, in the 
County of Nottingham, whereupon IViliiam Hall his 
Gamekeeper, and feveral others of his Servants, went 
out to endeavour to apprehend the Offenders, and having 
purfued them from the I'/ood where the Report was 
jirft heard to another at fome Diftance, they all (except 
IViliiam Holmes, one of the Servants of Mr. Foljambe, 
•who was on HorfebacLj entered the Wood, and in the 
Middle of it found one V/dliam Atkins armed with a 
Gun, wliiih he prefcnied, threatening to blow out the 
Brains of the firjl that ciime near him ; and it was not 
till after conJulerMe Rtfiflance Atkins was fecnred : 
.And whereas during the Struggle with Atkins the Re- 
port of another Gun was heard on the Outfide of the 
IVood, and immediately afterwards a Cry as of a Perfon 
in Agony, and thereupon femeral of the Servants of tie 
faid Francis Ferrand Foljambe,^ Efq; ran to the Spot, 
and found there the faid William Holmes lying on the 
X- round dangcroufjy wounded j and the faid IViliiam 
.lielmes hath depofed, that feeing two Men, one in a 



Blue Jacket, the other in a ^mock-FroeL, he rode vp I0 
the Man in a Jacket, and endeavoured to fecure him, on 
which the l\Ian immediately fired at him, and then, with 
his Companion, eJcBed his Efc.ipe : And whereas the 

Circumjlances of Two Men of the Names of 

Smith and IViliiam Thornton having been feen in Com- 
pany with Atkins on the Evening of the Commijfon of 
this atrocious Outrage in the Drtfs drfcribed by William 
Holmes; and it appearing that the faid I'/illiam Thorn- 
ton that Evening bought Powder and Shot at Retford; 
and tuilher Smith nor Thornton having fince been feen or 
heard oj in the Neighbourhood where they refidcd, flrongly 
authorise the Sufpicion that they were Parties in tlie 
Perpetration of the Atrocity; 

His Majefly, therefore, for the better and more fpeedilj 
apprehending and bringing .to Juflice the Perfons con- 
cerned in the above Outrage, is hereby pleaftd to promift 
His mojl gracious Pardon to any One of the faid Of. 
fenders (except the Perfon who actually fired the Gun, 
and wounded the faid William Holmes) who fJiall make 
fuch Difcuvery of his Accomplice or Accomplices therein, 
as that he or they may be apprehended and convtHed 
thereof C. YORKE. 

And, as a further Encouragement for the Difcovery of 
fuch Offender or Offenders, a Reward of ONE HUl^- 
DRED GUINEAS is hereby offered to any Perfon 
or Perfons making the fame, (except the Perfon before 
excepted,) to be paid upon the Conviaion of fuch Offen- 
der or Offenders, by the faid Francis Ferrand Fol- 
jambe, Efq. 

Whitehall, January 21, 1 304. 
JJ/Hercas it hath been humbly reprefented to the King, 
that a mojl daring and fcandalous Outrage took 
place in the City of Chefler, on Wednefday the 28/* 
Day of December lafl, wherein divers Perfons, at pre - 
fent unknown, proceeded to deflroy the Gates of the Gaol 
of. the faid City, and to deliver by Force a Perfon cen- 
tined therein ; 

His Majejly, for the better apprehending and bringing 
to Jujlice ibe Perfons concerned in the daring and fcan- 
dalous Outrage abovementioned, is hereby pleafed to pro- 
mi fe His mojl gracious Pardon to any One of them, (ex- 
cept the Perfons aSually concerned in de/lroying or put- ' 
ling down, or aiding or ajjifling to pull down, the Gates 
oj the faid Gaol,) whojhall difcover his or their Ac- 
complice or Accomplices therein, fo that he, fbe, or thei 
may be apprehended and conviHed thereof. 

C. YORKE. 

And, as a further Encouragement, a Reward of 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS is hereby offered to - 
any Perfon making fuch Difcovtry as aforefaid, (except 
as is before excepted,) to be paid on the ConviSion of any 
One or more of the Offenders, by the Lords Commiffionert 
of His Majejly's Treafury. 

OFFICE FOR TAXES, SOMERSET- 

PLACE. January 24, I S04. 

pUrfuaut to an AS paffeJ in the Forty-fevnd Tear 
of His pre fent Majjly's Reign, Notice is hereby 
given, That the Price of T/jree per Centum Cojifilidated 
Bank Annuities, fold at the Bank of England on tint 
Day, was £..^6 and under /j.;j p.r Centum. 
By OrJer of the Commijjiouers jor the Affairs of Taxes, 
Matthew Winter, Secretary.- 

Navy Office, January y, 1804, 

"T^H E Principal Officers and Comwijjioners of His 

Majefly' s Navy do hereby give Notice, that en 

Saturday the'z^th Injlant, at One o'Cloti, they will be 



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itadj 10 treat wtt fuch Petfons as may be willing to 
contraaforfupplying Hi, Ma)eJ]y't Tardt at Plymouth 
^ilh Teams of Horfes. 

j Form of ihi Tender, •with other Particulars, may 

be/ten at this Office. , ni i 

And no render will be received afterTwche o Uock 
on the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party, 
or an J^geetjor him, attends. . ^, ,. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary- 

Navy-Oftice, Jaiuiaiy 9, 1804. 

rHF. Princpal Officers and Commijjiom-rs of His 
His Mnfjty's Navy do hfrel/y give Notice, that on 
Saturday the 2''lh Iri/lant, at One o'Clocl, they will 
be ready to treat with fuch Per/hut as may he ivdlwg 
to conlrad for fupplying His Majejly's 1 ,ud at PortJ- 
mouth, with the following Articles, viz. 
Bricks. 
Tiles. 

Lime Chalk. 
Slates 

Oak Spine Heart Laths. 
Fir Ditto. 

Fir Laths for Ceiling. 
Cliarcoal. 

Ifle of Wight Rubble Stone. 
Culm. 
/i Form of the Tender may be feen at this Office ; 
Wndno Tender will be received after Twelve o'Chcl 
on the Bay of Treaty, nor c.ny noticed, unlefs the Party, 
or an y]^ent for him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Navy-Office, January 1 6, I S04. 

THE Principal Officers and Commiffioners of His 
Majefly's Navy do hereby give Notice, that they 
they will' receive tenders until Wednefday the 25//' 
Jnftant, for the Hire of Ten Armed Cutters, (with 
tilt any 'Limitation as to their Size J to be employed in 
His Jllajejlfs Service. R- A. Nelfon. 

Office of Ordnance, January 11, 1804 

THE Principal Officers of his Maje.ly's Ordnance 
do herehi give "Notice, that they will he rcaJy t» 
receive at the'ir Office, in St. Margaret's -Street, ll^efl- 
minfler,on the z'Sth January next, Propofalsjromfnch 
Perfon or Perfons who may be willing to contratl fir the 
Supply of a confiderable ^lantity of Timber, Plank, 
and other Articles (the Whale of which mu/i be of 
Kngli/b Growth and prime ^la'lity), required in the 
(;ourfe of the Tear for the Service of the Royal Car- 
riagi Department at IVoolwich, where every Parlicular 
as to the Defcription and ^lality of the J nicies, as well 
as the Proportion and Periods fj' Delivery, may he 
known by /ipplication to Colonel Page, or Officer ii long- 
ing to the Royal Carriage Department. The Payn.cnt 
to tube place in Three Months fubfequcrt to the ^larler 
in which the Certificate from the rejpe^live Officers of the 
fVarren, expreffing that the jlrticles have leen recn-eii 
and appro^<ed ofy'jball be be delivered into the Offue cf 
the Surveyor- General at the Tower. No Prop'fuls 
wdl be received after the iSlh January, nor can any 
be admitted 'which does not offer for the Whole of the 
Articles required ; and it is cy.peeled that each Perf.n 
will give fufficunt Security for the Fulfilment of the 
ConlraH, ai well as deliver his P ropofals fealed up, and 
cxpreffed on the Outfidc, " Propofals for the Supply of 
Timber for the Royal Carriage Department at ii/ool- 
wich." By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Cr<w, Seentary. 



Office of Ordnancf, Weftminftcr. 
Jan. 13, 1804. 

rHE Principal Officen of His Majefly's Ordnance 
do hereby give Notice, that Propujals will be re- 
ceived at their Office in St. Morgaret-Slreet, JVeflmin- 
fler, on »r before Thwfday the zGth Inflanf, from fuel? 
Perfons as nm be wih'ing to underl.ilr the Supply cf 
Helmets and Oapsyi-r the Seriiice of the different Corps 
under the Direilion of this Department. 

Patterns of the Articles to be fupplied may be viewed 
upon /Application to Afr. Genfl, the Ordnance Store- 
beeper at IVoolwich ; i.nd the Terms and Conditions of 
the Conlracl may be known at the Secretary's Office in St. 
Margaret Street aforefiid, any Day between the Hour* 
of Ten and I-'oiir u Clock, where the Propofals are to le 
delivered fealed up, and marled on the Oulfide, " Pro- 
pofals for the Supply of Helmets and Caps ;" but no 
Prupofal can be admitted after the faid 2 6//' Inflant. 
By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Crew, Secretary. 



Office of Ordnance, January 9, 1804. 
7^///: Primipal Off.cers of His Majefly's Ordnance 
■* do hereby give Notice, that Propofals will be re- 
ceived at their Office, in St. flfargaret- Street, ll'eff. 
minfler, on Thurfday the 2d Day of February next, 
from fuch Perfons as may be willing to undertake the 
Supply of Leathern Breeches and Gloves for the 
Royal Horfc Artillery, and Corp-- of Gunner 
Drivers, upon Contrail for a Period of Tliree Tears 
from the ifl of April next. Patterns of the Articles may 
be feen upon Application to Mr. G.qfl, the Ordnance 
Storekeeper, at IVnolwich, andtlie Terms and Conditio! s 
of the Conlrac! may be known at the Secretary's Office in 
St. Margaret Street aforefiid, any Day between the 
Hours of Ten and Four 0' Clock, where the Propofals 
are to be delivered, fealed up, anil marked on the Oulfu 'e 
'■ Propofals for the Supply of Leathern Breeches and 
Glove','' but no Propofals can be admitted after Thurf- 
day the 2d February nest. 

By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Crew, Secretary. 

STATE LOTTERIES. 
Stamp-Office, Somerfet-Place, jaw. 7, 1R04. 

TJfS Majelly's Commiffionerf for managing the 

^ -» Staiiip-Diities do hereby give Notice, that llic fiU- 
towiii" are the Perfons who are duly licenfcd by them 
for felling Tickets in the prefent State-Loltcries: 
Uilii flmmai. No. 4, Coniliill, No. <j, Ch;irin};-Ciors j Cities 
ol l-.,linl.myh, CJlciiicclkr, .iii'l Rncht(K-i- ; Towns uf Man- 
clR(Ui.Mji;.'-i'f, ^i;>l Ivinglton-ir,i"ii-Hiill. 

Urmlconil) James, No. ii, HoUnirn, No. .17, Cornhill; Cities 
cf I-jliiiliiii;;li, Olouci-llcr, Coventry, Norwich, Sulilbniy, 
C'lKclirllir.'^ChtMtcr, York. l!.;th, Hriltfl, Ivxttcr, Well., 
Wiiichdltr, U oicilli-r, Abculcin, ;iiij (;hi(i;ow ; 'lowns 
of Ki-.n!iiig, liirnuhgh;iiii, livny .St. Kilmuiuls, tlolporj, 
Kinj;ll<.ri-upnn-Hiill, I.ynn, Dumfries Uolton, NfwmH, 
Nortli.inipton, I'oitila. Plymou:h, Sfinifonl, Cliuthani, 
«rvnU\,t)oi chiller, DiinJc'c Newport I'ajrnrll, Newport, 
llle "f Wfj;ht, Sherburne, Weymouth, WnUerhamptou, 
Hriil;;ewjlet, Miiilboioiigh. Yiirnionth, I.ivcipoul, i.an- 
cjllci, Newcalllt-uptiti-'Iyiu-, viiiJ Slircufhiin, 

Brucklhiw John itiJ Capil John, Koyal lixchauirt, Cornhill. 

C:irroll Jt.liii, No. 16, Oilont-Mrecl, and Town of Man- 
fhfrllcl. 

Carlef William, No 8,Chaiin(^-Crofii. 

I'owii-. I'tter, No. 8l, Newgalf-.Stretl. 

; uimmoiiJ AlcxaiiJer, No. 6.s, rieet-.Strcet. 

ILiirilon Sarah ami Brooke U .lliam. No. 2j7 PiccaJiUy. 

Haiuid Robert, Burnel homas, Winief K.lwarU, liurnrThQ- 
n.i'. the younger, anil Warntf Ihijmak Courtcn»y, Royat 
KithViHC C«rnhill 



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Hodges Richird, No. 149, Oxfonl-Street.No. 44,St. JamesV 
Street ; City of Lincoln ; Towns of Huiuingiion, Nottiiig- 
hiim, Portfmoutli, Bfighthelmllone, I'lymoutii, iiid Uon- 
caller. 
Hodges William, No. 117, PalHWall. 

Hornfljy Thomas, CornhiU ; Cities of Cinterbur)-, Chcftsr, 
F.xettr, Wpiceller, York, Coventry, Norwich, Biilli, and 
Hereford; Towns of Sjuthamptoi\, Livoipoul.'l'aiinton, 
Lynn, Deal, Swanfea, Derby, Gofport, nlaidllone, Sl.al'tf- 
bniy, Leeds, Will>eaeli, .Sheffield, NewcalHc-upon-Tyne, 
l^ncafter, Birmingham. Kendal, and Plvmiuuli. 
Jackfon Richard, Pope's Head Alley, CornhiU. 
Johnfon John, Pope's He.id Alley, CornhiU. 
Marter Edward, No. I, Great Piazza, Covcnt-Gnrden. 
Nicholfon William, No. S8, Corner of the Roy.il-Kxchange. 
CornhiU; City, of Bath; Towns of Leeds, Brecon, and 
Ramfgate. 
Norton James and Norton James, jun. City of Brlrtol. 
Pope .Simeon, No. 12, Ca(lle-Alley,Ro>al-F.ichangc. 
Porter James No. 14, Parliament .Street. 
Richardl'on Peter, Goodluck Elizabcrh, and ArnuU Geortje. 
CornhiU and Charing-Crofs ; Cities of Norwich, H.itli, 
C'anterliury, Gloucedcr, and Jixcter ; Towns of Notdng- 
ham, Sherborne, Leiccllcr, Manclieller, Colehcder, Liver- 
pol, .Southampton, Reading, Poole, Leeds, Shrcwibury 
Portfea, Kingfton-upon-HuU, PlymoMth-Uock,Newca(tle- 
upon-Tyne, tladleirjh, and Wakefield. 
Roberts Thomas, No. 8, CornhiU. 
.Scott George, No. 75, New Bond-Street. 
Stewart Jolin, No. lai, Oxford-.Strect. 

Swift Thomas, and Gandon John, Poultry ; Cities of Briftol, 
Canterbnry, Chichefter, Norwich, Balh, C.loiicefler, Yoik, 
a.nd Glafgow; Towns of Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, 
Windibr, Derby, Sheffield, l.eicellcr, Newc:i(He-npon- 
Tyne, Kingfton-npon-Hnll, Staraford,Whitehaven, Man- 
cherter,and Ipfwich. 
Thomi'on Jolm, and Giles Artbnr, City of Edinburgh, 
Turner George, No. 59, liirtioplgate-Strcet. 
White John, and Forreft Daniel, City of Edinburgh. 

.5y the Jfi of ^^d Geo. 3. cA. 9 1 . // is niadei, that 
no Perfonjhall leej> an Office for tUalirig In Tickets and 
Shares, nvithoul havitij Jirjl obtained a Licence for 
that Purpofe. 

By the fame A^ it is enadeJ, that all Tickets de- 
pofited 'with the Receiver- General of this Revenue for 
the Purpofe of being fold into Shares, and -which fl'all 
ie drawn Prizes of 50/. or under, /hall remain Three 
Days, and all Pri'zes of 1 00 /. and up'-.uards, Jhall 
remain Fourteen Days in this Office after the fame (hull 
be drawn, in order that the Share Holders may have 
Time to give Notice to the ftid Receiver- General, not to 
deliver Juch Prize Ticiels out of his Cujlody until the 
Shares are paid or fatisfied. 

And that no Receipt for any Ticket depnfilcd as 
aforefaid, fhall he transferable, nor the Interefl or Pro- 
perty therein affignable in any Miinner luhatfocvcr. 
By OrdiT of the Comntijfioners, 

C. E. BtresforJ, Secretary. 

LONDON DOCKS. 
Lontlon Dock-Houle, Jaiuiary 17, 1804. 
'T^HE T)ire3ors of the Loudon Dhck Company hereby 
'*- give Notice, that IVarranIs for the Inlcrejl due up 
to the \Jl of January infant, will be ready for delivery 
at this Houfe, on Friday next, and any Day (Sundays 
excepted) after that Time, lelnvcen the Hours of Kltven 
and Three o'clock. Geo Robinfoii, Secretary, 

Such Proprietors as have paid up their S'ibfcripiions 
in full, and not yet left their Scrip Receipts, are requejled 
to fend the fame to this Houfc. 

T^jOtite is hereby given to the 0_fflcers and Company 
^^ of His Majijiy's Ship Conflance, and the Minx 
and Efcort Gun-Veffels, that the Dijlrdiution of the 
^tt Prottedt arifingfrtm tht Fremb Privateer, (ep- 



turedthe lyh July 1803, ond her Head-Monty, will 
be paid en their Arrival at Yarmouth ; and the Recalls 
will be made at No. 3, Taviflock-Placc, Rujfcll-Square. 

£. t. d. 

Conflance— -Petty Officers • 165 

Seamen, - - o 6 icD 

Minx and Efcort — Petty Officers 076 

Seamen - 020 

A. H. Steward and VV E. Cook, Agents. 

SURREY. 

A General Meeting of the Liiuti nancy will be held at 
■'-'■ the Spread Eagle at Epfom, on Friday the loth 
Day of February next, at One 0' Clock, for allotting the 
^otas, and other fpeciat Purpofes. 

By Order of the Vice Lord Lieutenant, 
20th January 1804. Thos. Sibthorpe, C. G- M. 

London, January rg, 1S04. 
J\jOtice is hereby given, that an Account of the Pro- 
ceeds of the Hull, Stores, and Head- Money of the 
French Corvette L' Impatient, captured on the ^oth 
May 1803, iv His Maje fly's Ship Naiad, James IVal- 
lis. Efq; Captain, will he regiflered in the High Court 
of Admiralty, agreeable to Afi of Parliament. 

Chriftopher Cooke, James Halford, and Ed- 
mund Lockyer, Agents. 

No. 3, Great Ormond-Street, Jan. 18, 1804.. 
jyjOtice is hereby given, that the Account of the Sal- 
vage on the Ships Union, recaptured on the ^th of 
July 1803, and Maria, recaptured on the ^th of the 
fame Month, both by His Majefly's Ship Ifis and Fox 
( 3 ) Hired Cutter, will he exhibited in the High Oourf 
of Admiralty, according to A3 of Parliament. 

I of. TrounfcU. 

Plymouth, January 16, 1804. 
XjOtice is hereby given, (to all Perfont concerned,) 
^ ' that the Account of Sales for the Head- Money of 
the Venleux French Gun-Brig, captuird by Hit Ma- 
jefly's Ship La Loire, Frederick Louis Mailland, Efq; 
Commander, luill be exhibited in the Regi/lry of the 
High Court of Admiralty agreeable to AS oj Parliament, 
Edward Lyne, Agent to the Captort. 

January 23, 1804. 
^Ottce is hereby given to the OJicers and Crew of 
^ ^ His Majejly's Ship St. Alban's, Francis Pender, 
Efq; Captain, who were aclually prefent at the Recap- 
ture of the Belfey, on the \%th April 1 798, that they 
will be paid their refpedive Proportions of the Salvage, 
on Monday the 6lh February next, at the Crown and 
Sugar-Loaf, Garlici-Hill ; and the Shares not then de- 
manded will be recalled thefirfl Monday in every Month 
for Three Tears. 

Wm. Goodall and Jolin Turner, for Fore- 
man, GralTie, and Co. of Halifax, Nova 
' Scotia, Agents. 

London, Januar)- 20, 1804. 
AjOtice is hereby given, that an Account of .Sales of the 
Hull, Stores, and Bounty granted for the Courier 
de Terre Newe'-, captured on the 2 i,d July 1 803, by Hit 
Moffly's Ships Plantagenet and Hazard; and for the 
L'Atalante, captured on the 27/A July 1803, by Hit 
Majefly's Ships Plantagenet, Endymion, and Rofario, 
will be delivered into the Regiflry of the High Court of 
Admiralty, agreeably to Aft of Parliament. 

Ommanney tjWDruec, A^ing Agentt. 



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Grantliiin, tlecembcr lo, 1803. 

Notice is hereby glren, that ihe Partncrlhip lately fub- 
nning between Charles Nunn, William Weaver, and 
]ohn Whaley, of Grantham, in the County of Lincoln, Mer- 
cers and Drapers, is dilToUtd by mutual Confcnt ; and that in 
future the Bufinds will be carried on by the faid William 
Weaver and John Wiialcy only, under the Firm of Weaver 
and Whalcy, by whom all Debts due or owing to or from the 
iiid Copartnerlhip will be received or difchar^ed.) 

CbarUt Nunn. 
imiiarn Weaver. 
, John IVhaley. 

THE Bufinefs carried on at Wigan by George Bainbridge, 
James Bcvan, George Bcvan, and William Chapman, as 
Common-Brewers, under the Firm of Georjje Bainbridge and 
Co. was diliblvod on the ill Day of January lioi, the faid 
Oeorgc Bainbridge ha«ng on tliat Day withdrawn from faid 
Concern. Ail Debts due from the faid Concern will be paid 
at the Accounting-Houfe of the late George Bainbridge and 
Company, Geo. Bainbridge. 

James Bivan. 

Geo. Bevan. 

Will. Chapman. 

Glafgiiw. January 1, 1804. 

TH E Concern curried on here under the Firm of 
MaCreddie, Kalley, and Mackie, is this Day dillolved 
by the £xpir)' of their ContraO. 

Jrch. MaCredJie. 
Robt. Kalley. 
James Mackie. 

WE, the undcrfigncd Nathaniel Kinch and Thomas 
Brooks, do hereby give Notice, that the Partnerfhip 
in the Nurfery and Seed Bufinefs was this Day did'olved by 
mutual Confent, the faid Nathaniel Kinch having refigncd 
his Share thereof unto Thomas Brooks, who will receive and 
pay all Demands due to and from the faid Bufinefs, under the 
Firm of Kinch and Brooki, of JJew Bond-,Strect, London, 
Setdfnien and Florills. Dated this iill Day of Januarj' 1804. 
WitncJ's ourHand.s Nalh. Kinch. 

Thomcu Brooks. 

Notice is hereby jiven, (hat the Partncrfnip heretofore 
carried on by Jofeph Holt and Samuel Bottomlcy, of 
Mancht'fter, in the County of Laucaiier, Liquor Merchant*, 
was dilTolvcd by mutual Confent, the J5th of Oitol>er laft ; 
all Debts .)wing to and from the faid Concern up to that 
riiie will be received and paid by the faid Jofeph Holt. 
Witneis our Hw.dE, this 5th Day ofjannan 1S04, 

Jofeph Holt. 
Sam. Botlomley. 

Plymouth, Decediber 30, 1^03. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partncrlhip which 
lately ful)fifled between Robert Fiige and John Hclc, 
of Plymouth, in the County of Devon, Ironmon^ris, under 
the Fiim of Robert Fugc and Company, wa^ ililTolvcd on 
the 30th Day of December 1S03, from which Time the faid 
Bnfinefs of Ironmonger has been carried on under the Firm 
of Hele and 1 jng. AU Perlons therefore indebted to cr 
having any Claim on the above Firm of Robert huge and 
Company ere requeued lo fettle thi ir Accounts wi(h the faid 
Hobert Fuge or John Hclc. Hob. Fuge. 

John HeU. 
Sam. Lang. 

Notice is hereby given, that the P.irtnerfliip between 
Jotirph Ncvctt, William Ncvett, and John Ki wiey, 
■u;ider the Firm of Joftph Nevett and Co. Poitcr Dealers, 
v.as diliul'cd on the 31II December lail, by mutual Confent, 
Wilncfs our Haudc, at Liverpool, this l6lh Day of January 
rt04f .7<?/^M Nevett. 

K'tllium Nevett. 
John Kcwley. 

^TOtire i' hereby E'^en, liiat the Copartnerlhip of Rc- 
^ bert Jones, William Havard, and Henry Jones, ol 
JJinijoii-Houl4:-Suecl|iu the City of Lorjlun, Warthoufe- 



men, under the Firm of Jones, Havard, and Jones, expirtij 
on the 31II Day of December lad; and the faid William 
Havard having retired from Bufinefs, the Trade from that 
Time hath been and will in future be carried on by the faid 
Robert Jones and Henry Jones, by whom all Debts owing to 
the late Copartnerlhip are to he received ; and all Debts 
owing from the faid Copartnei (hip will be paid : As witiieft 
our Hands this I9ih Day of January- 1804, 

Robert Jones. 

IVilliam Havard. 

Henry Jona. 

LORD DUNC.\N's VICTORY. 

Lloyd's Coffle-Houfc, Jaruary 17, 1804. 

AT a Meeting of the Committee appointed to manage 
theSubfcriplion raifed for the Benefit of the Wounded, 
and the Families and Relatives of thofe who were Killed, in 
the AfKon of the nth of Oftobcr 1797, 

WILLIAM Pirr, Efq; in the Chair, 
The following Report was read ; 
The Committee, on the 29th of Oftobcr i8oi,adTertired, 
in Compliance with the Refolutions of a General Meeting of 
Sublirribers, that " All Gratuities, not fatisfaflorily claimed 
" within Twelve Months, Ihould be appropriated as follows : 
" All Sums voted to Foreigners, and unclaimed, to be paid 
" to the Confuls, Minifters, Deacons, or Heads of Churches-, 
" in London, of the Nation to which the Parties belonged, 
" for the Benefit of fuch fick or diftrelTed Seamen of their 
" Nation as may frequent this Port in Times of Peace ; and 
" the Gratuities voted to Britifh Subjefls, and thofe whofe 
" fuppofed Countiics cannot be afcertaincd, be given to cha- 
" ritable Inftitutions connected witli 'the Commerce and 
" Navy of this Country." 

The Committee report, that, agreeably to the above Refo- 
lution, they have endeavoured, by public Advertifemcnts and 
other Channels, to find out thofe Foreigners, or their Fami- 
lies, (if any,) who had an honorable and a National Claint 
on the Funds of this Committee, for Services or SufTcrings in 
Defence of this Country-; and, where they have been un- 
fucccfsful, they have paid the Gratuities which the Parties 
would have been entitled to receive over to the Confuls or 
Heads of Churches of Foreign Nations, as direfled irf the 
preceding Reiblution. 

That, out of the Funds allotted to Britilti Subjefts, or 
thofe whofe fuppofed Countr)- could not be alcertalued, and 
that have not yet been founil out or claimed within the Time 
limited, the Committee have alfo been enabled to fulfil the 
.Second Part of their Inrtrudtions, by giving to 

Greenwich Hofpital ... £210 

The Marine Society additional, for the Manage- 
ment of Annuities granted, - - no 
The Dublin Hofpital - - - 105 
The Koyal Infirmary at Edinburgh - 105 
as Public .ind National Inftitutions connefted with the Com- 
mcice and Navy of the United Kingdom. 

The Committee, having, in their Report to the Public of 
the 9th July 1801, and the 29th October 1802, dated the 
Receipt and Appropriation of a ."iuhfciiptionjlhe Liberality of 
which kept Pace with the enterpiizing Spirit and Valour ox 
Rritilh .Seamen, beg biiefly to Ihte, that they have now 
finally doled their Tiull and their Duty; and that they 
ha»t expended (including 79591. lOs. 3d. arifing from Divi- 
den'ls and Intcrcfl on N^vy and Excher}nei Bills, &c.) the 
Slim of 53,4461 I2S. id. for the Riliet and Support of One 
Thoufand and Forty Claimants, including 'l"hirty-four Calct 
n<ft foiind'our. 

It is with peculiar Pleifure that t he Committcefarther report, 
that ihey have received the llit)npcft Tellimonials and Alfur- 
ances from every Port of the United Kmpdom, and from Fo- 
reign Countiics, that the DiliriJiuiion of this Fund hasnotonly 
given Comfort and Happinefs to a nnmetous and merituiious 
Clafsof Men, as well as Settlement and Apprcnlicelhip to 
Children, but that it has alio had the happy Tendency of 
making the Biitilh Name and the Britilb Navy rcfpu^led at 
Home and Abroad. 

The Committee have annexed a (hort Statement of the 
Total Receipts and Expenditure of their Fund; but they 
cannot take Leave of the Public without uxpn King their 
.AcknowledgciTtent of the imremitting Attention of CaU 
verlry BcwicVe, Efq; their late worthy Chairman, to the 
. C.oncern« of this Committee-, and iiiiceicly regret, -ihut tie 



lU.P.'-o. 



C loi 1 



did not live long enough to ftt. Iiii Signature to t]ie final Re- 
port of thofe Meifures which had met with his Concurrence 
and SanAion. 

The Committee, at the fame Time, fee) it 3 Duty which 
they owe to William Vaughan, Efq; one of their Mcmhers, 
to exprefs to him and to the Public their Senfe of Obligation 
for his nnweuricd Zeal and tried Integrity in the arduous 
Tufk of attending to the Artairs of this Committee, from its 
Commencement to ics Clol'c. 
Refolved, 

That this Committee do approve of the foregoing Report 
and General Statement of the Account ; and tliat the fame 
be printed and publiflied, figned bv tlie Chairman. 

« • WLLIAIVI PUT, Chairman. 

GENERAL STATEMENT. 
January 17, 1804. 

r. s. d. 

Total Amount of Subfcriptions received 

to the 19th of Oftober i3oz - -1.^4^7 o n 

Dividend and lntereft,&c. - - 7,I2Z 9 11 



Received - - - - 52,609 lo 10 

Deduft, paid in Gratuities, Annuites,&c. 52,230 i o 



Balance in Hand the 29th Oftobsr 1 8o2 379 9 10 

bincc received, for Interelt.'Sale of Ex- 

dicqucr-Eilis, &c. - - 8.57 i 3 



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Deduft, paid and voted. 
To Greenwich Hofpital jC'2I0 o o 

The Marine Society, additional 210 o o 
The Dululin Hofpital - jOj o o 
The Royal Infirmary, Edin- 
burgh, - - 105 o, o 
To Amount of Gratuities, An- 
nuities, and Expences - 627 ir t 



"l'i>tul received alul ei'pcjided 



THF SFAI 




1,216 II I 

Jj,446 12 I 



ON THE BOXES. 



NEW MEDICINE t)UTY. 

THE "Virtues and great Ilcmand of that excellent Medi- 
cine calKd Dr. AKDER.SQN's, or INGiJSH's TRUE 
SCOTS PILLS, having tempted many DruggilU, and other 
■Dealers in Medicine in Town and Country, to prepare and 
offer for Sale a counterfeit Sort, to the great Injury of the 
Health of thofe who taketliem, as well as to the Prejudice 
of the fole Proprietor of the original Recipe, he now, in con- 
fequerlcc, avails himfelf of the New Medicine Aft (com- 
pelling every Box of Medicine to be incloled in a Stsmp in 
Red Ink), to requeft the Public mil look for on fucb .Stimp 
bis Name, " li. H. INGLISH," No. 165, Strand, opi^ufite 
the New Church, the counterfeiting of which is Death, oth-r- 
wil'c thev will moft likely be impofed upon. 

For their further Information, the Bill underneath the 
Stamp, with his Signature and .^rms (as above), contains 
every Particular relative to the Qualities of thefe Pills, and 
*,!ie numerous Complaints they are calculated to xcmove, and 
-<v)ilch he begs their Pcrufal of. 

Notice to the Creditors of Mr. William Denn. 

ALL Perfoiis having any Claim or Demand on the Ff- 
tate and ERrfls of Mr. William Denn, late of Port- 
pool-Lane, in the County of Middlefex, Brewer, deccafrd, 
are defired to fend an Accouitt thereof to Mr. Klagravc, So- 
licitor, No. 9, Salilbnry-StVeet, Strand, in ordei" that a DiOri- 
Tiution of the Ellate and Eflefls of the faid William Denn, 
may be mane amongft his Creditors, purfuant 10 a certain 
Indenture of AlTignment, bearing Date the 24th Dsy of 
July 1801/ 

150. 15668. c 



To be fold by Auflion, hy Mr. Smith, on Sahirday the 
25th Day of February next, at Ten o'clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, J.onuon, (puriuant to the Lord 
High Chancellor's Order,) before the major Part of the 
Commillioners mamed and authorifed in and by a Commif- 
fion of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued forth againft James 
Maning, Thomas Heavifide, and Thomas Borman, of Bargc- 
Vard, Buckh:r(hury, in the City of London, \Vaiehoufemen 
and Copartners, Dealers and Chapmen, The extenfivc and 
valuable Leafchold Preniifes, late in the Occupation of 
Meffrs. Waning, Heavifide, and Bnreman, Warehoufemen, 
fituated'in the Centra of the Linen-Market, in Barge-Yard, 
Kuoklerlbury; the Premifes are completely adapted for a 
principal Wliolefile Linen-Houfe, with Four cxcellettt Ware- 
houfes. Two Comitiug-Houfes, large Garden, Paved Yard, 
and Two Dwelling-Houfes, handfoniely finirtied, the Whole 
in excellent Repair, with numerous Rooms, Offices, line Spring 
Water, and dry lofty Cellaring. May be viewed Ten Days 
previous to the Sale, and Particulars had at Carraways; and 
of Mr. Smith, No. 62, Broad-Street, near the Royal Ex- 
change. 

TO be peremptorily fold, purfuant to a Decree of the 
High Court of Chancery made in a Caufe Montagu 
againft Montagu, on the 8lh Day of March next, before 
John Campbell, Efq; one of the Maiers of the faid Court, 
at the Public Sale-Room of the faid Court, lituate in South- 
ampton-Buildings, Chancery-Lane, London, in One Lot, 
A Freehold Ellate, conlilHng of a Farm-Houfc, Three Barns, 
Two Stables, Two Cow-Sheds, Calf-Houfe, Yard, Garden, 
and Orchard ; and alfo of feveral Clofes of Arable, Meadow, 
snd Pafture Land, containing about Three Hundred and 
Eighty-feven Acres, fituate in the Parillies of HuUavington 
and Grittlcton, in the County of Wilts, in the Occnpation 
of the Executors of Robert Taylor, together with a Piece of 
Woodland, confifting of about Twenty-eight Actes, in the 
Occupation of the Defendant George Montagu the Elder, 
fituate in the Center of the faid Farm, Part of the Real 
Eftate of James Montagu the Elder, Efq; deceafed. 

Particulars whereof may be had (gratis) at the faid Maf- 
ter's Office in Southampton-Buildings aforefaid; of MelTrs. 
Blake and White, and of Mr. Nethcrfole, Solicitors, EITex- 
Street, in the Strand; MelTrs. Philpot and Stone, Solicitors, 
No. I, Hare-Court, Temple; of Meffrs. Maddock and Ste- 
venfon. Solicitors, Lincoln's-Inn ; of Meflis. Salmons, Soli- 
citors, at Devizes ; and of Mr. Heath, Solicitor, of Chippen- 
ham, Wilts. 

TO be peremptoiily fold, purfuant to a Decree of the 
High Court of Chancery, made in a Caufe Addy 
againft Grix, before John Spranger, Elq; one of the Malfcrs 
of the faid Court, at the Public Sale Room of the Court of 
Chancery, in Southampton-Buildings, Chancery-Lane, Lon- 
don, on Tuefday the 28th Day of Kel;ruary 1804, between 
the Hours of Oi.e and Two o'clock in the Afternoon, ir* 
One Lot, A defirahle Farm, (Part Freehold and Part Copy- 
hold,) fituate at Mnrfham, in the County of Norlolk, neai 
the Turn^ike Ro id from Norwich to Aylelhani, and diltaiit 
about Nine Miles from Norwich.. 

Particulars whereof may be had (gratis) at the faid Maf- 
tev's Chambers, in Southampton-Buildings aforefaid ; of Mr. 
Baker, Solicitor, Church-Row, Limehoule ; and at No. 5, 
Nicholas-Lane, Lombard-Street, London ; of Mr. Wymer, 
Solicitor, Reepham, Norfolk; at the Angel-Inn, Norwich; 
and of the Tenant, who will Ihew the Eliate. 

Hereas by a Decree of tiie High Court of Chancery, 
made in a Caufe Townley i;nd others againft Bed- 
well and others, it was (amongft other Things) referred to 
Nicholas Smith, Efq; bte one of the Matters of the faid 
Court, to enquire vvhcrher Benjamin Robertfon, of .Stork- 
well, in the County of Surrey, Efq; deceafcd, the Tcftator 
in the faid Decree named, did in his Lifetime enter into any, 
and what Contract or Con'.iaOs for the Sale or other Dif- 
po/i'ion.of any and what Pait or Paits of his f^eal £ftates. 
Any Perfon or, Perfons having/ made any fuch Contraft or 
Cintrafts with the faid Tefiator Benjamin Robertfon, is or 
art, on or before the 20rh Day of February 1804, to come 
in'Lefoie Nicholas Ridley, i-Tq; one of tlie Mafters of the 
faid Court, (who fucceeded tlie faid Mailer Smith,) at his 
Chambers, in Southampton-BuilJirigs, Chancery -Lane, Lon- 
don, and make out his, her, or their Claim or Claims thereto, 
or in Default thereof he, fte, or they will be peremptorily 
excluded the Benefit of the faid Decree. 



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PUrluant to a Decree of the Higli Court of Chancer)- 
made ill a Caulc Harriott againll Oliver, the Cre- 
ditois of Jdhn Hariiott, late of Sliugg-Lane, (now called 
Titchtarn-*!trect,) Coach-Maker, Jcccal'cd, (who died in or 
about the Month of January 1795,) arc forthwith to conic 
in and prove their Debts before John Spranger.Efq; one 
of the NIarters of thelail Court, at his Chambers in South- 
amjiton-BuildinKi, Chancory-l.ane, London, or ir Default 
thereof they wiS be exchi Jed the lienelit of the faid Decree. 

THE Creditors of J. C.Dawfon, F.fq; dcceafed, late of 
Demerary, who have prefented their Claims purfuant 
to a former Notice in the Londou iJaiette and Mancheller, 
Newi'papers, may receive a Firft Payment on their rcl'pcflive 
Debts, on February 20th next; and a Second Payment in 
Augu'.l following from Mr. William Dawfon, of Manchtftcr, 
Isle Admin-'.lrator to the F.lUte of the deccaleJ, who rcfervcs 
to hinilcli the Power of requiring Affidavits before a Mailer 
in Chancery in all Claims which arc doubtful or unfatisfafto- 
iily exhibited. 

rT^HF Creditors wTio have proved their Debts under a 
\_ Comriiil'ion of Bankrupt awarded and ilii:ed againit 
John Briggs, of Yai mouth, in the County ()f Norfolk, Slop- 
I'ellcr, Dealer and Chapman, are deJircd to meet the AlTignces 
of the faid Bankrupt's Hllate and Kriiiits, on 'ihurlday the 
■s6lh of Januaiy inltant, at Twelve o'clock at Noon prc- 
cifcly at the Office of Mr. Mcy Th.>r.ias, Solicitor, in Bcar- 
bindcr-I.ane, London, in order toadent tor/r dillent from the 
authoriUng and empowering the i'aiJ Aliignecs to IcU by 
p'.iblic ."lalc or private Contrafl, or othcrwil'e dirpofnig of the 
Bankrupt's Freehold Houle and Pn mii;s in Var:tioiith afore- 
laid ; lud alio of all or any Part uf the laid liankrupt's 
Stock in Trade, Hoylchold Furniture and JiH'ects and to 
tlieir accepting peiional Security for the Payment thereof, 
or of fuch Part tliereof as they may think proper; and alfo 
to alfent to or dillcnt from the laid AHigntcs commencing, 
proJecuting, or defending any Suit or Suits at Law or in 
Equity, tor the Recovery of any Part of the (aid Uaiikr.ipt's 
Eliate and HllcCtj -, or to the compounding, iiilimitting to 
Arbitration, or utherwife agreeing to any Matter or Thing 
relating thereto ; and on other fpeci-al AfTairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commiliion of Bankrupt awarded and iliiicd forth 
againll Daniel Wrighton, of Little Alne, in the County of 
Var^vick, Hax-Orcili:!, Dealer and Chapman, ate dLfircd to 
meet the Allignccs of ilie faid Bankrupt's Kllate and KffiOs, 
on Monday the 6th Day of February next, at Four o'Clock 
in the Afternoon, at .the Swanlnn, in Henley in Ar<len, in 
the fai'd Count)', in ordcA to take into Confidcration the 
Propriety of admitting or lefifting a ccrt.ain CLriin made by 
MefTrs. Wri^htons and '^I'oung, on jVicount of their late 
V.ittnerfliip with the faid Bankrupt in the Concern of Allon 
Alili, and to aiitlintife the laid AlTigneLS to carry into Fffeil 
anv Determination of the fd'id Creditors at Ijich Meeting 
in,rcfpe<) of luch Claim; and on other Ipecial Atfaira. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
CommilTion of Bankrupt awarded and ilfued loith 
auainrt jame< Murray, i.ite of P.n-tfmouih, but now a Pri- 
i'oner in the Gaol of WinchrlUr, in the County of .Suutlwnip- 
ton, otherwise Mauls, Sadler, 'Dealer-i'-nd Chapman,..aic de- 
fircd to meet the Adignccs of the Mate ;uid ^I li«1s of the 
faid Uznkrupt, on Wtdnefday ic-'xt, the 25th Day of this 
intlant Janujry, precifcly at Fileven o Clo^k in the Forenoon, 
at the Chambers of Ml. Chail«.Ucckctt, No; 9, Clemcnt's- 
Inn, Solicitor, to afTcnt to or diflrnt lr<'.in the laid AfTi;:nrrs 
commencing, prolecutin;;, or dct-nd^ng .any .'^uit or Suits <)f 
J.aw or in l--quity for liie Rcc«very ot any Part of the f:iiH 
Bankrupt's Filiate and fJfcOs; and particnlirly reUtive to 
the giving up of fonie i^iojieity claimed by the Bankrupt*! 
I'athef-jn-Law ; ind on other Ipecial Affair.'. 

THE Creditors i*liO' have proved their Debt.i under a 
CorareilTion of Bankrupt iwarded and ilTucd a;:ainfl 
Joho Il.irlow, of Manclierter, in the County of L-ineaOvr, 
Grocer, Do^^ler ird Chipman, are defrrcd to meet the Af- 
fignccs of the fiid Bankrupt's Hllatc and Flfeft*, on the 
6th of February nrxt, :it Four o'clock in the Afternoon, at 
the Commercial Inn, in Manchcller aforcfaid, to affent to or 
diircnl from the laid Allignccs pa)i ig the Expcnccs of a 



certain Deed of Adignment executed by the fiid Banki-u,;t 
to certain Tiuftees for the equal Benefit of his Creditors, 
and of the endeavouring to etTcft a RettUment of the Affairs 
of the fai<l B.iiikrupt by Means of the laid Alfignment; and 
alio to alTent'to or diflent from the faid Aihgnec.s commencing 
or iprofecutin;^ any Suit or Suits at Law or in Fiquity for 
Kc.overy of fuch of the Detits as (hall be then and theie 
dated to be owing to the faid Bankrupt's EIHtc, and for Re- 
covery of which it will be propofed to commence or pro- 
lecutc Actions, or Suits, or Suit, or for Recovery of any other 
Part of the faid Bankrupt's Ertate and Effcfls; or to the 
compoimding, fubmitting to Arbitration, orotlierwife agree- 
ing any Matter or Thing relating thereto. 

THE Creditors v/ho have proved their Debts unde^fc 
X'omminion of Bankrupt awarded and ilfued againft 
Molley Solomon, cf Little Alic-Street, Ooodmaii's-Fields, 
in the County of Middlefex, M' rchanrt. Dealer and Chap- 
man, are defired to meet the Allign :cs of tlie faid Bank- 
rupt's pn.ite j'lid Eiieds on Mond.ty the 6fh if February 
next, at Six o'Clock in the Ever,in;j. at the Baptiil-Hcaj 
Colfee-Houl'c, Chancery-Lane, in order to alfent to or dil^ 
fent from the ("aid Afhgnees dil'pofing, by public or private 
Sale, or ctherwile, the Houfelio!d f loo<ls and Furniture, and 
other FfTcOs of the (aid Bankrupt ; and to their commercing 
or prolecuting any Aiftion 01 A^tit^ns in Law orin Equity for 
Recovery of the Ellatc and Eri'ects of the fud Bankrupt ; 
or to their compounding or fuhniitting to Arbitration any 
Matter or Thing relating theiuto; and on other I'peciai 
Affairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commiliion of Bankrupt awarded and iflued forth 
againtl Samuel Burnett, late of .i'etcrsfield, in the County of 
Southiimpton, and Godalming, in the County of Surrev, 
Vi^ualler, Dealer and Chapman, arc delired to meet the 
Artignees of the faid Bankrupt's Eflate on I'uefday the 7th 
of February next, at One o'clock in tlic Afternoon, at the 
Kcd-Lyon Inn, Petersfield.in order to aUent to or diltcnt from 
the faid Aflignecs commencing, proltrcuting, or defending any 
Suit or Suits .:it J,3\v or in Equity, for Recovery of any Part 
of the laid Cankiiipt's Ertate and F.tTeffs ; and alfo to their 
compoundini;, fubmitting to Arbitration, or otherv\'ife agree- 
ing any Matter or 'Filing relating tiiereto ; and on other 
Ipecial AlTjirs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their D.;ht^ under z 
Comminion of Bankriipt awarded and iHued forth 
ajainft William Brewer, late of Rocheffer, in the County of 
Kent, Coach-Mafter, JJealer and Chapman, are delired to 
meet the Afligiiees of the Ellatc and Effefts of the laid 
Bankrupt, on 'I'ueI'day the ^ilf of January iutl:int, at Kleren 
o'clock in the Forenoon, at the Baptilf-Head Coflee-Houfe, 
ill Chancery-Lane, to allent to or dillent from the faid Af- 
lignecs coPMreircing, profecuting, or defending any Suit or 
.Suits at Law or in Equity for Recovery of any Part of the 
l.iid I5aiiliupt's Fllateand Effcits; and particularly to afTent 
to or d'lUnt from the faid Adignee? commencing and profe- 
cutiii;: an Action at Law. or filing a Bill in Equity, ag.iin(t a 
CLrt lin Veifon for a confiderable Sum of Money, which the 
.•\lli;;ntes are advileil is due from him to the faid Banknipt's 
Edate ; or to the compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, 
or othciwile agreeing any Mattel or Thing relating thereto; 
and on other Ipeci..! .^Vfiiiirs. 

^"'HE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 

J[ Commiliion of bankrupt awaixled and ilfued againl^ 

Rirhard Wellmacott the Elder, of Mount-Slrcct, in the Pa- 

rilh I'f St Geoige, Hanover-Square, in the County of Mid- 

• llcfex. Sculptor, Ktone-Mafon, Dealer and Chapman, are de- 
lired to meet the Aflignecs of the laid Bankrupt's F.llatc 
and EfltfIs on the 4th of February next, at Eleven in tl>« 
Forenoon preciftly, at the ThatchidHoufe Favein, in .Saint 
james-.Street, to affent to or didcnt fmm tlic (aid AITignees 
fiiiilhing certain Woiks begun by the laid Biuikrupt; and to 
their difpofing of certain .Leafehold Premiles by private 
CnntraO; and alfo to or from, their commencing, profecuting, 

• r delending any Suit ot Suits at Law or in Equity for Re- 
covery of any Part uf thc.faid Bankrupt's Eflatc and Elfecfs; 
or to the conjpounding, ftibmitting to Arbitration, or other- 
wife agreeing any Matter or Thing relating thereto ; and oc 
otbcr ipccialAiTaiii. 



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THE CrciiitoTS "vvho have prorej their Debt? untler a 
Cnmmifnon of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued forth 
a^ainft William Davles, late of Liverpool, in the Connty of 
J.ancaftcr, Shter and Plaifterer, deceafed, are requclled to 
meet the furvivi'ng AlTignets of his E(Ute nnd F^rFe*ft5, on 
the 6th Day of Fcbiuary next, at One o'clock in the After- 
noon, at the Houfe of Henry Forfliaw, the Globe Tavern, in 
John-Street, Liverpool, in -order to infpefl the Accounts as 
to the Receipts and Payments of the faid Affignees and 
every of them; and alio for the Purpofc of inveitijjatlng 
tlie Claim of Mr. Wilkins as Partner with the faid Bank- 
rupt or otherwifc againit his EUate and Etfeils; and alio 
as to the Receipts and Payments hy the Accountant em- 
ployed by the faid AlTignces, and to take into Confidcration,' 
and to order what Compenfation Ihall lie made to him for 
bis Trouble in and about the Affairs of the laid Bankrupt ; 
and upon other ipccial Afiairs. 

THE Creditors who have -proved their Pfehts ainder a' 
ComnTiflion of Bankrupt awarded and iiliied againfl 
John Cramer, late of the Royal Spa Gardens, Bermondfey, 
ill tJic County ot Surrey, ViOuallcr and MuficaV Inflrument- 
Alaker, are requelbid to meet the Aflignees of his Eftate 
and Kdefts, at the Baptilt Head Coffce-Houfe, Chanccry- 
l^ane, London, on Tlusrfday the ■a6th Day ef January in- 
llant. precilely at Eleven in the Forenoon, to alTent to or 
ciilicnt from the laid Artignees taking Proceedings at Law' 
or in Equity for the Recovery of fuch. Parts of the Bartkru-pt's 
Lftate and EtTcOs as may be in the Hands of any Peribn or 
Pedbns whomfoever, or referring the Claims in Refpec^ 
thereto to the Opinion of Counfel, or to the Decifion of Ar- 
1 itrators or an Arlntrator, as (hall be agreed on between fuch 
All;gneesand the Perlon or Perfbns having fuch Property. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts underaCom- 
mifnoii of Bankrupt awarded and ifliied forth againft 
Alexander Geddes, late of Capel-Court, Bartholomew-Lane, 
hut at the Time of the faid Commiffion ifTuing, of M^rk- 
l^ane, in the City of London, Merchant, (Partner with 
t-eoige Laing, of DemcrarA-, on the Continent of South 
America, cariying on Bufincfs in London Under the Firm of 
Gsddes and Laing, and -in Demerary under the Fiitn of 
•X^jQorge Laing and Co.) are defired to meet the AiTiguces of 
the laid Banknipt-'sEiVate and Effects on Tuefday next the 
31ft Day of January infiant, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, at 
*rom's Coffec-Houle, in the'-City of London, to nGcnt tu or' 
dilTcnt from the AiTij^nees of the faid' Binkrupt'^ Eflite ap-| 
plying the Monies which have or ftiallcome to their Hands, 
or a lufficient Part thereof, in or tawafds the Difcharge of a 
Debt due on Mortgaj;e of the Plantations of the iaid Bank- 
rupt and his laid Partner, in the \Vci\ InJiec, and the faid 
AlTignecs. making Arrangements "for the Liquidation and 
Difcharge of'the "Rtfidae of the faid iNlortgage Debt, and 
the Management of the faid Plantations ; and alfo the faid 
AfHgntes taking the neccfiary Meafures to obtain. PofleiTion, 
of all the Property and Effects in. the Weft Indies belonging 
to the Hiid Bankrupt and his faid Partner; and the faid 
Affignees appointing and empowering a proper Perfon or 
l*er('--ns to z€\ in the Affairs and Concerns of the faid Bank-. 
nipt and his faid Partner Abroad ; and to make to fuch Per- 
fi»n or Pcrfons a iuitable Allowance, to be paid out of the 
fdid Bankrupt's Eflate ; and on other fpccial Adairs. 

PUrfuantto an Order made 1)y the'Right Honorable'John 
Lord Lldon, Lt-rd High Chancellor of Great Biitain, 

'for Enlarging the Time for Robert Finnis, of 'I'aviltock- 
fJtreei, Bedford-S<iuarc,.in the County of ^^iddlcfcx, Money- 
^'crivcncr, (a Bankrupt,) to funender himftlf and make 
a full Difcovery and I>ilclo(in-c of his Eitate and KHi^fts for 
Tw t tity-cighth Days, to be computed from the a8th'.Day 

.^.r Jar.iiary infiant; This is to give Notice, that tb*? Com- 

■ niillivners in the faid ' CommilTlun named and j'lthoiircd, 
tH the major Part of them, intend to meet on the 25th 
Day of February next, nt Ten of the ■ Clock in the Fore- 

• Tioon, at Guildhall, J-ondon ; when and where thfi fiid 

'bankrupt, is required to furrcndcr 'himfclf between the 
Ucmis of Eleven and One of the fiimc'Day, and make a full 
l>if<*overy and Difclofnrcof his Ellate and Et1c<f\.s, and finilh 

'M$ Examination; and the Crt-ditors, who have no: already 
proved their Debts, may then and there come prepared to 

^^rove the iame, and alfent to or difTcot fiom the Allowance 

« ii:s Certificate- 



TTTHcrcas a CommKITon 6f Bank nipt Isa^rardcdanH tfUted 
VV fovtii againd Jolin Price, of Flnfbury-Squarc, Lon- 
don, Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared 
a Bankrupt. is hereby required to furrender -Inmlelf to the 
Commifiioncis In the faid Commi^on named, or the major 
Part of them, on the .4th Day of February next, at One- 
o'clock in the Afternoon, on the 7th -Day of the fame 
Month, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, and on the 
6th Day of March following, at One of the Clock in the 
Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Uifco- 
veiy and Difclofure of his Eftatc* and Effects; when and 
where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their 
Debts, and at the Stoond Sitting to cliufe Afltgnees, and 
at the lall Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to finilii 
his Examination, and the Creditors are to afTcnt to or diHenc 
from the Allowance of his Certifica**'. All Peribns in- 
debted to the faid Bankrupt, or tliat hive any of his EHedS, 
are not to pay or deiivtr the fame hut to whom t^je Com- 
initTioners- fhall appoint,- but give Nol'ice to MefTri. Willidms 
and Shei»vocd, Bank-Streit, Cornhill, • 

WHere.i^ a Commillion of Bamknipr i> awarded and 
ifTued forth againlt Thom'is Emerton, Ute of -Stony- 
Stratford, in the County of Buckingham, Grocer, Dealer and 
Chapman, and h-; bcirj.;; d-:cUred a Bankrupt is heit-by re- 
quired to furrendci himfeiftc the Commilfioners in the iaid 
CommitHor named, or the major Part of them, on the r5tK 
and l6th of February next, and on the 6th Day of March 
following, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon on each 
Day, at the Cock Inn, in Stony-t^tratford, in the faid 
Coucty of BucJcingham, and make a full Difcijvery and Dil' 
clofure of his Eflate and Etfects; when ai:d where the Crt- 
ditorsare to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the 
Secoud .Sitting to cliufc Allignees, and at the Lalt .Sitting the 
faid Bankrupt is mqnired to finiJh his Examination, and the 
Creditors are to ;dici-t to ordiflcnt from tlie Allowance of 
his Certifica-te. All Perfons indebted to the faid BjnkriTi>t, 
or th;*t have aiiy of his ElfeOs, are not to pay or deliver tlie 
lame but to whom the ComtnilHoners (hall appoint, but 
give Notice to Mr. W'orley, >Solicitor, Stony-Stratford, or 
McHrs. Kinderley,. Long, and, tnce, Solicit-orsr-iJ/niond'b-lniJ, 
Chauceiy^Lane, London. 

WHereas a ComiriiTion of Bankrupt is swarded and 
ilTiied forth againll Thomas Winterburn, of Whix- 
ley, in the County ot York, Shopkeeper, and he being de- 
dared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furreuder hirafelf to 
the CommilUoncrs in the faid Commiffion named, or the 
m^j'-»r Part of tiiem, oti tlie iJth and iSth of Febiuary 
next, and on the <!»th «f Marrli foUowmg, at Eleven of the 
Clotk in the I-'orenoon or. each Day, at the Houle ot Mr. 
WilUana Wir.n, known by the Name of the George Inn, in. 
Coney-'Streetjia the City of York, and mike a full Discovery 
and Dill'lofure of hjsEitateaad ElfcOs ; %vhen and where tiie 
Credit<irs.?.re'.to ccme prepared to prove their Deijts, and ar 
the Ser-'-rd twitting to chufe AiTigiiees, and at the Lall Sit- 
ting the laid Br.nkrupt is required to finifn hh Examination, 
and the Creditors pre to airent to or diJlent from the Allow- 
ance of his Cerliflnte. All Perfons indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his Effefts, are trot to pav 
or deliver t!ie fr,tne but to whom the CommilTioners fhall 
appoint, but pve Notice to MeHi-.s. RufTcil and Bourne, 
Att-ornics at I.aw, Yor^t, or to MefTis. Cardale, Haliward. 
and Spear, Gray's-Inn, LondoK, 

TT^'Hereas a Commifllon of Bankmpt is awarded and 
\ V illiiid forth againlt William Bofma, late of Chrif- 
topher-Stiref, Einibury-Square, in the County of MiHdle- 
fex, M'jrcltant, I^furer, Dealer and Chapmati, and he being 
declared a Barrkrupt is hereby required to (iirrender himfelf 
to t''c CommifTioncrs in the faid'Commifiion named, or the 
major Part of thtfm, on the iSth -of January inl>ant, on 
the nth of February next, and cm the 6th Day of March 
following, at Ten o'Cloek in the Forenoon on each Day, at 
Guildhall, .London, and make a full Difcovery and Diiclo- 
fure of his F.ilate and FlfTedts ; when and where the Creditors 
arc to cojvie prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second 
Sitting to cluifc Artignees, and at the Lull Sitting the faid 
Bankrupt is reqoired to hnlth his Examination, and the 
Creditors are to all'cnt to or dillent from the Allowanceof 
bis Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, 
or that have any of his£ifc6ls, arc not to. pay or dclii'er the 



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ftme but to whom the Comm\irion;rs flisU sppolnt. bnt (>ivc 
Notice to MelTis. Crowder, Lavic, and Gartii, FreJtrick- 
Pbce, Old Jewry, London. 

WHcreai a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
illued torth apainll Thoma<. Smith, of GoulJ's-Hil!, 
Ratclilfe-Kijrhway, in the County of Middlcftx, Linen- 
Draper, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bank- 
rupt is iiereby required to (iirreiijer himlelf to the Comniil- 
lioncrs in the laid Coinmiflion named, or the major Part of 
them, on the 3ilt Daj* of January in(^ant, on the 7th Day 
of February next, and on the 6th Day of March followi;;g, 
at One of the Clock in the Afternoon on each of tiic 
laid Days, at Guildhall, London, and majic a full Difcovery 
and Diiclofure of his Ellate and EireOs ; v.hen and where the 
Creditor? are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and 
at the tjecond Sitting to chufe Adignces, and at the Laft 
Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to iiniih his Exa- 
rnination, and the Creditors are to aiFrnt to or dilTent from 
the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perions indebted to 
the faid Jftinkiupt, or that have any of his Elfefls, are not 
to pay or deliver the lame but to whom the CommiHio.icrs 
ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Burroughs, Solicitor, 
CalUe-Street, Talcon-Square. 

WHcreas a CommiHion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilTjcd againd John Chapman, now or late of the 
Town and County of the Town of Ni)ttinghani, Holier, 
Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt is 
licreby required to furrcnder himlelf to the CommifTioners 
in the faid CommilTion named, or the major Part of them, 
on the 9th and loth Days of February next, and on the etii 
of March following;, at Eleven in the Forenoon on each 
Day, at the Houfc of Mr William I.ovett, the Angel Inn, in 
Chederfield, in the Countyof Derby, and make a full Difcovery 
and Difclolute of his Eftate and EtTeils; when and where the 
Creditors arc to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chufe Adignees, and at the lalt Sit- 
ting the faid Bankrupt is required to finifli his Examination, 
and the Creditors are to alTeut to or diflent from the Allow- 
ance of his Certificate. AU Perfons indebted to the laid 
Bankrupt, or that, have any of his Effefls, are not to pay or 
deliver the fame but to whom the Commiffioners Ihall ap- 
point, but give Notice to Mefirs. Windus's and Holtav.ay, 
Southampton-Buildings, C'hancery-Lane, London, or to Mr. 
Robcit Waller, Attorney at Law^hefterfield, Dcrbylhire. 

WHereas a Commirtion of JJankrupt is awarded and 
iffued againft John Ringroic, of the City of York, 
Vintner, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a 
Bankrupt is hereby required to I'urtendcr himfelf to the 
CommitJioncrs in the faid CommilTion named, or the major 
Part of them, on the 16th and 17th of February next, and 
on the 6th of March following, at Eleven of the Clock 
in the Forenoon on each Day, at the Houfe of Hcniy 
Howkt, in or near Lendall, in the City of York, and 
make a full Difcovciy and Diiclofure of his Elbte and Ef- 
fects ; when and where the Creditors arc to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to choofc 
AlCgnees, and at the Laft Sitting the laid Bankrupt is re- 
quired to finilh bis Examination, and the Creditors jrc to 
afTent to or dilfent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 
All Pcrfons indebtrd to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any 
of His Effects, arc not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom 
the CommiiTioners ftiall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. 
Tate, Attorn-.y at Law York, or to ^^el^rs. Allen k>nd Exley 
of Furnival's-lnn, London. 

^\ 
X T 7 Hcreas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
\\ idiicd foith againfl Thomas MalV, of 'I'emp.^frod- 
Milli, in the County of Bedford, .Miller, Dealer and Chap- 
man, and he b«ing dedaied a Hanknipt is hereby reqiiir- d 
to iitriender himlelf to the Commiiuontrs in the laid Coin- 
ruiT;on nam'.d, 01 tiw major Part ot '.liem, on the I5tli and 
l6th Days of February next, and 011 the 6lh Day ot March 
followin^f, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon on each Day, 
at the Rofe and Crown Inn, in Wifntch Saint Peters, in the 
lile of Ely, in the Couoly of Cambridge, and make a lull Dif- 
covery and Diiclofure of hit Eliatc and Elfc^s> when and 
where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their 
Debts, .ind at the .Second Sitting to chule AlTiijnccr,, and atthe 
Lad Sitting the laid Bankrupt i^ required to Cui/h his Exa- 
miiulioo, an^ t^e Cic4>(0't >ic to allcnt tu or liilFcat ftom 



the Allowance of liis Certificate. All Feilbns indebted to 
ilie laid Bankrupt, or vi ;io have any of his Eticfls, are not 
to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the Commiltioners 
'hall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Charles Metcalfe, At- 
torni7, at Wifbecl} Saint Peters aforefaid, or MclTis. Banters 
and Martin, Furnival's-lnn, Hollwrn, X^ondon. 

Tlleieas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfued forth againft F.lfdon Anlliony Vince,'of G^it^- 
ftead, within the Liberties of the Borough of Colchcfter, in 
the County of ElVex, Merchant, and he being declared a 
Bankn.pt is hereby required to luiicndcr himlelf 'to the 
Co:;)mij1ioners in the (aid Commiflion named, or the major 
Part of them, on the 6th and 7th of February next, and 
on the 6th Day of March following, at Ten in the Fore- 
noon on each Day, at the Home of William Shave, the 
Sign of the Red Lion Inn, in Colcheller aforelaid, and 
make a full Dil'covery and Difclofuic of his Eftate and 
ElTects; when and where the Creditors are to come pie- 
pared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chufe 
Aliignees, and at the Lalt Sitting the faid Bankrupt is re- 
quired to 6nilh I'.is Examinatio:', and the Creditors are to 
alTent to or dilFent from the Ai owance of his Certificate. 
All Perfons indebted to the la i Bankrupt, or that have 
any of his Effects, arc not to pay or deliver the fame but 
to whom the Commirtioners Ihall appoint, but give Notice 
to William Sudell, Attorney, at Colchcfter aforefaid, or to 
Mr. Thomas Evans, No 13, Tbavics-!nn, Holborn, London. 

WHereas a Commiffion of Bankiupt is awarded and 
ilfued forth againft Thomas Reddilh.otherwiii; Tho- 
mas Solomon Reddiih, of Buckleribury, within the City ot 
London, Warchoufeman, Dealer and Chapman, and he 
being declared a bankrupt is hereby required to furrcnder 
himlelf to the Commidioncrs in the faid CommifCon named, 
or the mujor Pari of them, on the aSth of January inltoDt, 
on the 4th Day of Febiuar)- next, and on the 6th of 
March following, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon 
on each of the Taid pays, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Difcovcry and DIfclofure of his Eftate and El- 
fefts; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, at the .Sicond Sitting to choolc AlCg- 
nces, and at the Laft Sitting the laid Bankrupt is require to 
finiih his'E.Kamination, and the Creditors are to aflirnt to or 
dilfent from the Allow.ancc of his Certificate. All Perfons 
Indebted to tlie faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Pf- 
fcfls, ar^ not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the 
CoinmilTioners Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. John 
loulkcs, Burj-PIace, Blooiplbury, or to Mr. Edward Foiilk;s, 
Manchcfter. 

WHereas a CommifCon of Bankrupt is awarded and ' 
iftued forth againft John Townfcnd, of the Stones- 
End, Southwark, in the County of Surrey, Wine-Merchant, 
and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby re<iuired to fur- 
render himfelf to the Comnilllioners in the (aid CommilTion 
named, or the major Part of them, on the l8th of January 
inftant.onthe nth of February next, and on the 6th of March 
following, at Ten in the Forenoon en each Day, at Guild- 
halt, London, and make a full Dilirovcry an<l Di(clo(urc of 
his Eftate and EtFcrts; when and where the Creditors aic to 
come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sit- 
ting to chufe Afllgnecs, and »t the Laft Sitting the faid 
Bankrupt is required to Anilh his Examination, and the Cre- 
ditors a;e to alfent to or dillcnt from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. All Perlims indebted to the laid Bauk- 
lupt, or that Inve any of his EITeOs, are not to pay 01 deli- 
ver tlic lame hut to whom the Commiifioners Ihall appoint, 
but give Notice to Mr. Teafdalc, No. ii6,-Bilhopfg»te-Strtct, 
Lundoa. 

WHereas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfued (orth againft William Bcales, of Bermondfev- 
Slrcet, io the Prrilh of .St. Mary Magdalen, Cermondley, in 
the County of Surrey, Flout-Faflor, Dealer and Chapman, 
and. he being declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to 
lurrtnder himfelf to the Commidioners in the (aid Com- 
mi(Tion namfd.or the in^or Part of them, on the 28th Lay 
of January inftant, on the ;th.of February next, and on the 
6th Day of March following, at Ten of the Clock in the 
Forenoon on each of the faid Days, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Dil'covery and Difclofuic of his Eftate andEfTefls; 
when and where tbc Creditors arc to comcprcpared to prove 



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their Debts, and at the Second .Sitting to chufe Artignees, 
and at the Laft Sitting the faid Banlirupt is required to 
finifh liis Examination, and the Creditors are to affent to or 
dillcnt from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons 
indebted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Ef- 
ftfts, are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the 
CommiHioneis fhdll appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Rippon, 
No. 185, Bermondfey-Strcct, Southwark. 

WHereas a Commidlon of Banknipt is awarded and 
ilfued forth apainft Robert Colls, of Woodford, in 
the County of Efiex, Corn Dealer, Dealer and Chapman, 
^iid he being dcclarL-d a Banknipr, is hereby required to 
liurender himfelf to the Commidloncrs in the faid C'ommiHion 
named, or the major Part of tliem, on the 28th Day of Ja- 
nuary inftar.t, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, on 
9th Day of February next, and on the 6th Day of March 
following-, at Ten of the Cock in the Eorenoon, at 
Gulldliall. London, and make a full Difcovcry and Dif- 
clof.ne of his Eflate and Etfcfts; when and where the Cre- 
ditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the 
.'ieci-nd Sitting to cluife Aflignecs, and at the I. aft Sitting the 
faid Bankrupt is required to tinilh bis Examination, and the 
Ci'cditors are to allent to or dillcnt from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. All Perlons indebted to the faid Bankrupt, 
or that have any of his Eircdts, arc not to pay or deliver the 
fame but to whom the Commiflioners Iball appoint, but give 
Notice to Meflrs. Wright and Bovill, Chancery-Lane, Lon- 
don. 

"TTTIIereas a CommilTion of Banknipt is awarded and 
VV illued foith againft Mary Robbins and Catherine 
Robbins, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick,. Shop- 
keepers, Dealers, Chapwomen, and Copartners, and they 
being declaied Bankrupts are hereby required to fnrrender 
theinfeSves to the Commillioners in the faid Commilfion 
named, or the major Part of them, on the aSth of January 
inllant, on the 4th Day of February next, and on the 6th 
of March following, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon 
on each of the faid Days, at Guildhall, London, and make 
a full Difcovery and Difclofure of their Eftate and Etfeits ; 
when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to 
prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chufe Af- 
iignces, ai:d at the Laft Sitting the faid Bankrupts are re- 
quired to finilh their Examinations, and the Creditors are to 
aflent to or dilTent from the Allowance of their Certificates. 
All Perfons indebted to the faid Bankrupts, or that have 
any of their EfTefts, are not to pay or deliver the fame but 
to whom the Commiflioners (hall appoint, but give Notice 
to Mr. Richardfon, Monument-Yard, London. 

THE Commidioncrs in a Commifflon of Bankrupt 
awarded and ilfucd forth againft William Pearce, late 
of Bunhill-Row, in the County of Middlefex, Viflualler, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the nth of Fe- 
bruary next, at Eleven o'Ctock in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
ball, London, (by Further Adjournment from the 21ft of 
January inllant,! in order to take the Laft Examination 
of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where he is requited to 
furrender himfelf, and make a full Difcovery and Difclo- 
iure of his Eftatc and Etfefli, and finifh his E.tamination ; 
and the Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, arc to come prepared to prove the fame, and, with 
thole who have already proved tlieir Debts, alTent to or 
dilFcnt from the .'Ulov/ance oi his Certificate. 

TH E CommiHioners in a CommifTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and iflued forth againft Robert Kennett, 
foimerly of New Bond-Street, in the County of Middlefex, 
Upholfterer, bat nov/ of Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, in the faid 
County, Tooth-Ache-Curer, Dealer and Chapman, intend to 
meet on the 28th of January inltant, at Ten in the Fore- 
noon, at Guildhall, London, (by Further Adjournment from 
the ill! of January inft.int,) to take the Lafl Examination 
of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where he is required to fur- 
render himfelf, and make a (nil Difcovery and Difclofure 
of his Eftate and Effjifts, and finilh his Examination; and 
the Creditors, who have not alicady proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, and, with thofe who 
have proved their D^-bts, alTent lo or difTent from the Al- 
.'.ovvance of his Certificate, 



THE CommiHioners in a Commiffion of Battknipt 
awarded and ilTued againft Jofeph Portal, of Bilhopf- 
gate-Street, London, Linen-Draper, intend to meet on the 
17th of April next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, 
London, (by Further Adjournment from the 2iftlnftant,) to 
take the Laft Examination of the faid Bankrupt; when and 
where he is required to furrender himfelf and make a full Dif- 
covery and Difclofure of his Eft.ate and Effefts, and finifh 
his Examination ; and the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, 
and, with thofe who have proved their Debts, allent to or 
diflent from the Allowance of his Certificate, 

TH E Conimitrioners in a Commiflion Of Bankrupt 
awarded and iffued forth againft John Dawes, late of 
Camomile-Street, in the City of London, Mariner, Dealer 
and Chapman, intend to meet on the i8th Day of Fe- 
bruary next, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, at Guildhall, 
London, (by Further Adjournment from the 21ft Day 
of January inftant,) in order to take the Laft Examin- 
ation of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where he is 
required to furrender himfelf and make a full Difcovery 
and Difclofure of his Eftate and Effefts, and finifh his 
Examination ; and the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, 
and, with thofe who have proved their Debts, aftent to or 
diftent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 

THE Commiflioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ifTued forth againft John Kennedy, of 
Broad-Street, London, Merchant, (Partner with Angus 
Kennedy, of the Ifland of Jamaica, in the Weft Indies, Mer- 
chant, trading in England under the Firm of John Kennedy 
and Co. and in Jamaica under the Firm of John and Angus 
Kennedy,) intend to meet on the 25th of February next, 
at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by Adjourn- 
ment from the 21ft of January inftant,) to take the Laft 
Examination of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
he is required to furrender himfelf and make a full D\C- 
covery and Difclofure of his Eftate and Effefts, and finifh 
his Examination; and the Creditors, who have not already- 
proved their Debts, ate to cohie prepared to prove the 
fame, and, with thofe who have proved their Debts, afTent 
to or diflent from the -•VUowance of his Certificate. 

THE Commiflioners in a Commiflioo of Bankrupt: 
awarded and ifliied forth againft Henry Appleton and 
John Appleton, late of Fenchurch-Street, London, Merchants, 
Infurers, Infurance-Brokers and Partners, intend to meet on 
the 4th of February next, at Ten o'clock in the Fore- 
noon, at Guildhall, London, in order to receive the Proof 
of Debts under the faid Commiflion. 

TH E Commiflioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt 
bearing Date the 3d of June 1803, awarded and 
iflued forth againft Andrew Thomfon and Bartholomew 
White, late of Bow-l<anc, London, Wholefale Hofiers, 
Faftors, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners, (trading under 
the Firm of Thomfon, White, and Company,) intend to 
meet on the iSth of February next, at Ten o'clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Dividend of the 
Eftate and Eflcfts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Creditors who have not already proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowed. 

TH E Commiflioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 5th Day of June l8oi, awarded 
and ifTued againft Philip Mills, late of the City of Hereford, 
Butcher, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on Thurfday 
the 8th Day of March next, at Eleven ef the Clock in 
the Forenoon, at the Dwelling-Houfc of Patrick Barrett 
called or known by the Name of the Boothall Inn, in the 
faid City of Hereford, to make a Dividend of tlie Eftate and 
Effeifts of the faid Bankrupt; when and where the Cre« 
ditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be difallowed. 

TH E Commiflioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt; 
bearing Date the 18th of February 1803, awarded ' 
and ilTued againft James Wigfield the Younger, of North'' 



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»Vii:rton, in tlie County of York, Mercer anJ Grocfi. intcnJ 
to meet on Saturday the i8tli oi Fcbruan.- next, at lilcien 
in the Forenoon, at Mr. John Fairpay's, the Unicorn Inn, in 
■Ripen, in the faid County, (arid not on the nth Day 
of February next, as before advrrtifcd,) in ordt-r lo 
make a Final Dividend of the F.flate and EtTefls of the inid 
Bankrupts; when and where (he Creditors, who ha'e nt't 
already proved llieir Dehts, are to come prepared to prove 
the fame.'Or they will be excluded the Benefit of the (lid 
Dividend.' And all Claims not then proved will be ili/- 
allowcd. 

THE Comniiffioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
healing Date the IJth of .April i8o2, awarded, .-ind 
ifliied foith ijainftjohn Nellitt, Kdward Stewart, and John 
NeJSitt the Younger, of AlJermanburj-, in the City of Lon- 
don, Merchants and Copartners, intend to meet on the 4th 
of February next, at Twelve at Noon, at Guildhall, London, 
(bv Further Adiournmcnt from the airt Inftant.) to make a 
Dividend of the Separate Edate and Effeflsof Jolin NeflMtt 
the Elder, one of tire faid IJankrupts ; when and where the 
."Separate Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will he 
exchided the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
pot then proved will be difallowcd. 

TH E Commitlioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 6th of November igOJ, awarded 
and ilTued foith againlt John Gibbs, ot W'rotham, in tlie 
County of Kent, Coin-ChanuI-r, Dealer and Chapmsn, in- 
tend to meet on the a8th of Fcbiuiry next, at One of the 
Clock in the Afternoon, at Guildhall. London, to make a Fur- 
ther Dividend of the Elhte and EHcc'ts of the laid Bankrupt ; 
when and where the Crtditors, wlio have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fume, 
or they will be excluded t',>e Benefit of the faid Dividend 
And all Claims not then proved will be difallowcd. 

TM E Commitnoners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 3d Day of December 1795, awarded 
and id'ued againll Richard Sykes, of Ciieaplide, London, 
Linen-Draper, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 
id of March next, at Tenin the Forenoon, at Guildhall, Lou- 
den, to make a final Dividend of the Elfate and Klfcdts ol the 
faid Bankrupt ; w hen and where the Creditors, who have not 
already proved their Debts, are lo come prepared to prove 
the fame, or they will he excluded the Benefit of the laid 
Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be difal- 
lowcd. 

''f^ME Commiflioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
1 bearing Dale the 19th of June 1803, awaidcdand illued 
againll Jame5Tatlock,of Finch-Lanc,London, Broker, Dealc.- 
and Chapman, inrend to meet on the nth Day of fciiruary 
next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, at Guildhall, London, (by 
jVdioiirnment from 11H Day of January inflant,}"in older 
io make a Diiidend of the Eftatc and F.liecls of the faid 
Bankrupt; when and wheie the Creditors, who have not al- 
ready proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
fame, or they will he excluded the Brnifit i>f the faid Divi- 
dend! And all Claims not then proved will be diiallownd. 

THE Commiflioneis in a Coinniiflfion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the nth of June 1801, awarded and 
ifliied againft Roger Smith, of Biadford, in the County of 
Wiks, Viftuallcr. Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on 
the I.'ith of t cbruiry next, at One in the Afternoon, at the 
Ntw Bear Inn, in Br.idford, Wilts, to make a Final Dividend 
of the Ellatc and LIfcAs of the l.iid Bankrupt; when and 
where the Creditors, who have not nlieidy proved tlui. 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the (ame, or they will 
be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all 
Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

'HE ComnJiTioners in a Commidion of E.inkrupl, 
m_ licaiing D.i:e the 26th of Ap'il 17^8, awaulcd and 
i(!i)ed againll Arthur Worboys and 1 homas .Sydes, of Bir- 
iriingham, in the County of Warwick, Sword-Cullers and 
Copartners, intend lo meet on the 17th of February next, 
at Eleven in the Forenoon, at Friclh's CoSce-II"u(ij, in 
Birmingham aforefjid, in order to make a Further Dividend 
cfthe Joint Edate and Elfeits of the faid Bankrupts, and a 
UividcnJ of the t;cparate ElUtc and Fffcfts of Arthur Wor- 



boys, oneof the faid Banfcnip':; when and where the Cre- 
ditors, who have not already proved their Debts, arc to 
come prepared to prove the lame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividends. And all Claims not 
ihen proved will be difallowcd. 

I"" H E Commidioners in .1 Cemmidion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the l8lh of February 1795, awarded and 
illued foith againll Samuel Girford, of Exeter, in the County 
of Devon, Dyer, Dealer and Chapman, intei:d to meet on 
the 14th Day of rebniary next, at Ten of tlie Clock in the 
Forcr.oon, a1 Guildliall, London, to make a Further Divi- 
dend of l!ic Edate and Eff'cils of the faid Bankrupt ; when 
and where the Creditors, who have not already proved tlitii 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will 
be excluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend. And all Claims 
not tlieu proved will be difallowed. 

TH E Commidioners in a Rewewcd Commidion r.f 
Bankrupt, bearing D.itc the 15th Day of December 
i8oj, .iwaided and ifiued againll John \Ve(k, of Long- 
.■^cic, in the County of MidJlefex, Coach- Maker and Coach- 
Harneri-Maker, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 
Ijlh of Febiuai-y next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
hall, Loud.jn, in order to make a Final Dividend of tlie El- 
tate and Ktlefls of the Laid Bankrupt ; when and wli!,re the 
Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, arc to 
come prepafed to prove the (iinie, or they will he extludeu 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims nol 
then proved will be difallowed. 

T.H E Commidioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 14th of March i8oj, awarded and 
illued foitli againll William Entwidlc, late of Entwillle, in 
the County ol I.ancader, Cotton Manufaflurer, Dealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet oiT the 24tli of February next, 
at Eleven o\."lock in the Forenoon, at llie Houfe of AT r. .Sa- 
muel Kenyon, the Sign of the Wheat Sheaf, in Edgworth-, 
in the (aid County, (the Meeting which was intended to 
.iiave been held on the aolh Inlhmt, having been ptevenled 
by the uufoixl'ccn and unavoidable .'Vbfcnce of a M.ijority 
of the Commidioners,) to make a Fird and Final Dividend of 
the Edate and Etfcits of the laid Bankrupt; when and whcir 
the Creditors, who have not aheady proved their Dclit^, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will he excluded 
the BencHt <d the faid Dividend. And all Claims nol 
then proved will be dilallowed. 

THE Commidioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the jlh of December i8oi, awarded 
and.idued againd Nicholas Noble, of Berricr, in the Paridi 
of Greyiloke, in the L'ounry of Cumberland, lieaU-r in But- 
ter and Hams, intend lo meet on the ijili of Febiuary next, 
at the Houfe of Mr. Lancelot Wilkinii>n, known by the 
Name of the George Inn, in Peniith, in tf.e County of Cum- 
berland, in order to make a Dividend of the Edate and 
Ediifts of the laid Bankrupt; when and where the Credi- 
tors, who have nol already pioved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be exchuteil 
[he Benefit of the I'lid Divideml. And all Claims nut llien 
proved will be difallowed. 

THE Commidioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date tlie 2id ol OOober 1799. awarded :ind 
ilfued forth .againd William Webller, of I'ure-Strect, Lon- 
<lon, Linen-Draper, Dealer and t.'Iiapman, intend to meet on 
the id of March next, at 'Fen in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
hall, London, in order to make a Dividend of the Kllate 
and Elleiii of die laid Bankrupt; ■^hell and where the Cre- 
ditois, who have not already proved their Debts, are to come 
prepared to prove the fame, or llu y will be excluded the 
Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved 
will be dilallowed. 

THE ConimllTioncrsin a Commidion of Bankrupt, bear- 
ing Date the 20lh Day of November 1802, awarded 
and illued forth againd F^lizabeth Fcarhead, late of Tunftal, 
in the County of Suffolk, Widow, Grocer, and Shopkeeper, 
intend to meet on the 2Cth Day of February next, at 
Eleven in the Forenoon, at the Crown Inn, in Woodbridge, 
in the faid County of Suffolk, to make a Dividend of the 
Edate and EHeAs of the faid Bankrupt ; when and whcie 
the Creditors, who have not already proved tlieir Debts, 






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SIC to come prepaved lo prove (ht fame, nr they will be ex- 
cluded the Benefit ul tlic Uiid DixiJeiiJ. And all Claims 
not tlicn proved will be difallowed. 

TH E CmnmilTioiiers in a Conuniflloii of Bankrupt, 
bearing DjIc I'.ie nil of May iSo.^, av.arded and 
jfTvicd forth againll James WiUIc, John Watts, and John 
Body, of Upper Thames-Street, in the City of London, 
Wholcfale Grocers and Sujar-Refiners, Copartneis, Dealers, 
and Chapmen, intend to meet on the ajth of February 
next, at Ten of the Clock in the Turenoon, at Guildhall, 
London, to make a Dividend of the Separate Ellate and 
Etlefts o: Jolin Watts, one of tiie faid Bankrupts; when 
and where the Creditors, wlio have not already proved 
their Dehls, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all 
Claims not tlien proved will be difallowed. 

WHercas thr acting Comniidtoners in the Commiffion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilFucd forth againft 
Uichard Killicic, late of Blackfriarii-Road, in the County 
of Surrey, Chaile-Alakcr, have certified to the Right 
Honorable Jolm Lord Eldon, Lord Hiyh Chancelloi- of 
Great Britain, that the faid Richard Killick hath in all 
l"hin;js conformed himit'H according To the Directions of the 
fcveral Acls of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; Tliis 
is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Adl palled in* the 
fifth Year of His late Majelly's Reign, his Certificate will 
■be allovicd and confirmeil as the laid Ai\ direOs, unlefs 
Caul'e be Ihewii to the contrary on or before the 14th of 
February next. 

^Hereas the ailing Conimiifioneis iii the CommifTion of 
Bankrupt awarded and illiied againft Richard Hat- 
tcrlley, of Doucalter, in the County of Yoik, Grocer, Dealer 
■mi Chapman, have ccrtihcd to the Right Honorable John 
J.ord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the 
:uid Richard HatterOey hath in all Things conformed himfelf 
according to the Dirtilions of the fever.d Afts of Parliament 
n:ade concerning Bankrupts ; 'I'his is to give Notice, that, by 
virtue of aji Aft palled in the Fifth Year of His late 
Alajelly's Rrign, his Certificate will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the faid Ai[ direfts, unlets Caufe be Ihewn to the 
contrary on or before the 14th of February next. 

"TTJHcreas the acting CommifTioners in the Conimirtlon 
W of Bankrupt auarded and ifUied forth againft Peter 
IVabbledemuti Van Dyck, Arnold John Gevers Leuvcn, and 



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■Wynand Adriaen de GruiterVlnk, '.ate of th.e Cirrus, in the 
Miuoties, in the City of London, Merchants, Dealers, Chap- 
men, and Copartners, have certified to the Right Honorable 
John Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
that the faid Wynand Adriaen de Gruiter Vink hath in all 
Things conformed himfelf according to the Diredlions of the 
feveral Aftsof Parliament made concerning Bankrupts ; This 
is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft palfed in the Fifth 
Year of His late Alajefty's Reign, his Certificate will be :;'i- 
lowed and confirmed as the faid Aft direfts, unlefs Canfe 
be fhewn to the contrary on or before the 14th Day of Fe- 
bruary ne^t. 

WHereas the afting Comniiffioners in a Commirtion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued forth agalnlt Petei 
Dubbledemuts Van Dyck, Arnold John Gevers Leuven, and 
Wynand Adriaen de Gruiter Vink, lite of the Circus, in the 
Minories, in the City of London, Merchants, Dealer«, Chap- 
men, and Copartners, have certified to the Right Honorable 
John Lord Eldon, Lord High Cliancellor of Great Britain, 
that the faid Arnold John Gevers Leuven hath in all Things 
conformed himfelf according to the Direftions of the fevcial 
Afts of Parliament made concerning Banki'iipts; Tjiis is to 
give Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft paded in the Fifth 
Year of His late Majelly's Reign, his Certifirate will be al- 
lowed and confirmed as the faid Aft direfts, unlefs Caufe be 
lliewn to the contrary on or before the I4tli of February 
oext. 

WHereas the afting Comniidioners in the Commiirion 
of Banknipt awarded and illiied forth sgainll Johit 
Janfon, of Ulackburn, in the County of Lancalicr, Cotton 
Manufafturer, Dealer and Chapman, have 'certified to the 
Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, .Lord High Ciiancellor 
of Great Britain, that the faid John Janfon hath in all 
Things conformed himfelf according to the Direftions of the 
feveral Afts of Parliament mjce concerning Bankrupts ; 
This is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft paffed in 
the Fifth Year of His late Maielty's Reign, his Certificate 
will be allowed and confirmed as the faid Aft direfts, unlefs 
Crufe be Ihewn to the contrary on or before the 14U1 Day 
of February next. 



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in a CommifTion of B.rnkrupt awarded and iliucd forth againli 
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Adiiuralty-OfHce, January 28, 1804. 
Cofiy of a hflUr from CommoiJ'tre Hovt], Commntulcr 
in Chief uf His Mfu'ftfs Sbipi and Fcfis tit the 
Lci'ward [(ImuU, to Sir Evan Nepean, Bari. ikteil 
on hojiil His M:ijei1fs Ship the Centaur, off Mar- 
tiniqHt,, the iblh Noniemher I '-'03- 

SIR, 

EARLY this Morning as. the Centaiiv was pafliiip; 
' the Cape tie Salines, 01. the IHiind of Maiti- 
ni({ne, (he was fired at, and feveral Shot exchanged 
in paffing ; I immediately diredled Caj)ta!n Max- 
well to ttand on far enough, that by taeklnt;, we 
could fetch into Petit Ance D'Arlette, wl-.ere we 
anchored, and landed the greater Part of the Ma- 
rines under Captain Crozier, and Forty Seamen 
cunirinanded by Lieutenants Maurice and Ayfcougb, 
to dtftroy it ; on tlie firft Alarm the National 
Guaids had afiembkd to aid Fourteen Cainioniers 
of the Marine Artillery, ftationcd in the Battery, 
but Ify the rapid and aftive Movements of the Of- 
ficers and Men on this Service, the Enemy I'.ad rot 
Time to arrange themfelves in Defence of ihe irar- 
row and Uccp Path to the Eminence, wlieie was 
planted a- Brafs Two-Pounder, and on the, Ap- 
proach of our Men, flev/ to the Morne, and fa dif- 
pcrfed themfelves in its ihick N'.'oods, that only one 
Cannonicr fell into our Hands ; the Battery, tnount- 
ing Six Twenty-four-Ponnders, was completely de- 
ftroyed, and the Guns. C:z. thrown over the Preci- 
pice ; but, unfortunately, in the Explofion of the 
Magazine a little too foon, One Seaman was killed ; 
Lieutenant Maurice, 1 II of the Centaur,^ Captain 
Crozier and Lieutenant Walker, of the Maiines, 
V\-ith Six Mer,, wounded, but only one private Ma 
rine badly. 

On drauin^T near the Bay of Point D'Arlette, 
between the Grande and Petite Ance of that Name, 
we difcovered a Battery of Three Guns, (Two 
proved to be Forty-two Pounders, the other a 
Thirty-two Pounder,) and People laying down ; 
however the Ship v/as anchored in a Po'ition to 
f.ank it, had they thought proper to annoy us, avid 
I^Ieutcnant Domett, with Lieutenant M'Lauj;;hl3n, 
of the Marines, threv/ the Guns over the Cliir, and 
bmnt nnd de'lroytd the Carriages, Barracks, and 
Ammunitioa moil perfeAly, the People liaving 
ghandoncd it on thfir Approach ; from this 1 pro- 



mife myfelf much Aid to the blatkading Ships 
ftiould the Enemy fend out a Reijifoiceintiit, and 
alfo very convenient for Anchoring. 

I have the Honor to be, &c. 

•SAM. HOOD. 

Admiralty-Office, January 28, 1 !!o4. 
Copy of another Letter from Commodore Hood, Com- 
mander in Chief of His Majfly'i Shibs and Veffets 
at the Leetvard I/lands, to Sir Evan Nepean, Bart. 
dated at Sea, ZOth Novemier 1803. 
J SEND encloled herewith, for the Information of 
» the Lords Commlfliontrs < f the Admiralty, a 
Lift of Captures fmce my lall Return. 

I have the Honor to be, &c. 

(Signed) SAM. HOOD. 

I.i/l of Vcjfeh captured and detained by the Squadron 
under the Couiuiand of Commodore Hood fmce lafl 
Return. 



French Sc 



ner Terefe, laden witli Molaflcss : 



Taken by the Swift, July 23, 1803. 
American Ship lame, laden witli Flour and Corn ; 

Detained by the Centaur and Nellty, Augull 

2i,_i8o3. 
Dutch' Ship Suiinam Planter, from Surinam' to 

Amfterd^rm, laden with 922 Hoglheads Sugar, 

342 Bales Cotton, and 70,000 lbs. of Coflee : 

Taken by the Heurcux and Emerald, Augull 10, 

1803. 
Dutch Ship Burton, laden with Sugar and Cotton , 

Taken by the Chichefter, fame Date. 
American Ship Reward, laden with 4000 lbs. of 

French Coffee : Detained by Ditto, fame Date. 
Dutch Brig Young Benjamin, laden with Sugar 

and Cotton : Taken by the Cyane, fame Date. 
Dutch Ship Haadifricht, laden with jipHogfheads 

Sugar, 492 Coffee, 149 Cotton, and 53 Cocoa: 

Taken by Ditto, fame Date. 
French Privateer Schooner .Sally, of Sis Guns and 

Twenty-eight Men : Taken by St. Lucia, fame 

Date. 
Dutch Ship Good Hope, laden with Wine, Cord- 
age, £:e. : Taken by the C&ntaur, Auguft ^1, 

1803. 
A Dutch Ship (Name unknown) laden -with 410 

Slaves: Taken' by the Horntt, September 3, 

1803. 



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Ameiican Sliip Lucy, laden witk 1700 Dollars and 

Sundries : Detained by llic Cyanc, October 8, 

180?, and retaken ajjain by a French I'livatcer. 
An Englidi Sliip ('Name imknown) : Retaken by 

ihe Scrapis, fame Date. 
Spauidi Armed Schooner Matia, laden with Pro«- 

iions, Silks, and Gunpowder : Taken by the 

L' Eclair, Augull 14, Ib'ov 
Swedilh Ship Ll;t)e Jolni, laden with Sugar and 

Cottoi! : Detained by Ditto, Augull 29, 180V 
A Sloop (Nam*^ unknown) laden with Collcc, Su- 
gar, &c : Taken by the Gtiachupin and St. Lu- 
cia, Septenibet z, liSOj. 
A Schooner ; Name unknown) in Ballad: Taken 

by Ditto, fame Date. 
French National Schooner L'Enfaiit trouvc : Taken 

by the Emeiald, September 5, 1803. 
A French National Schooner (Name unkno\yn) : 

Taken by Ditto, fame Date. 
A Swedilli Schooner : Dctnincd by Ditto, fame 

Date. 
A French Sloop, laden with Provifions : T;iken by 

the Drake's Tender, Auguft 24, .803. 
Schooner Enterprize, laden with JProviiions: Taken 

by Ditto, fame Date. 
French Sloop Eliza, laden witli Mahogany iind 

Mill Timber : Taken by the St. Lucia, Augull 

I, 1803. 
Brig Lucretia, laden with Sugar: Detained by 

Ditto, September 16, 1803. 
Schooner Diana, laden with Coffee and Sugar: De- 
tained by Ditto, September 27, 1803. 
Spanidt Ship Indulhia, laden with 220 Slaves, 

(French Property:) Taken by the Guaciiupin, 

September 24, 1803. 
Ship Lydia, laden with Flour, &c. : Taken by the 

Drake, fame Date. 
Fre:ich Ship Rcfource, of Ten Men and Forty 

Tons : Taken by the Port Mahon, July 10, 1803, 

on her Padage to Jamaica. 
French Ship Carra, of Three Guns, Twenty-one 

Men, and Thirty Tons : Taken by Ditto, fame 

Date, on her Padage to Jamaica. 
Fiench Ship Conllant, of One Gun, Twelve Men, 

and Thirty-nine Tons : Taken by Ditto, fame 

Date, on her Paffage to Jamaica. 
Frenc'i Ship Courier des Inors, in Ballad: Taken 

by the Emerald, .Augull 26, 1803. 
An Engliih Brig (Name unknown): Retaken by 

the Serapis, October 1803. 
Frer.ch Privateer Fortiuie; Taken by the Blenheim, 

September 20, 1803. 
French Sloop Nancy : Taken by Ditto, fame Date. 
Englidi Sloop Coriantiius : Recaptured by the Blen 

htim and Ulyflls, Otlober 17, 1803. 
French Privateer Vigilante, of Two Guns and 

Thirty fcven Men: Taken by the Centaur, Oc- 
tober 22, 1803. 
French Prrvaietr Rcfource, of Four Guns and 

Foriy.five Men : Taken by the Ofprey, fame 

Date. 
French Privateer MirnI, of One Gun and Twcnty- 

■onc Men: 'I'akeoby Ditto, fame Date. 
Englifti Brig Earl St. Vincent, laden with Provi- 
fions : Rttaken by the 5t. Lucia, November i, 

1803. 
Swcdiih Schooner Antelope : Recaptured by Ditto, 

iamcDatc. ^^^^^ HOOD. 



Admiralty-Office, January 28, 1804. 

Copy of another Leiler from Commodore Hood, Com- 
liuimler in Chief of His Mitjefy's Ships and Vejfds 
at thi LcV'U'ard //hinds, to Sir Ei<an A'tfican, Bart, 
dated on hoard His Mnjcfy's Shij/ Centaur, at Sea, 
the 20th November 1803. 

S I R, 
Herewith tranfmit you Copy of a Letter from 
Captain Graves, of His M.ijedy's Ship Blenheim, 
dating the Capture of the liarmonie Pri\atccr, in 
Marin Bay, by the Boats of that Ship and the 
Drake, under the Oiders of Captain Ferris ; and the 
Surprize and De(hn£lion of Fort Dunkirk, by the 
Marines under the Command of Lieutenant Beatie. 
The jiidieious Manner in which this Service was 
planned, the Gallantry and Zeal of thofe Officers 
who executed it, deferve my warmed Encomiums, 
and I beg Leave to give thcni my ftronged Recom- 
mendation to the Lords Commlilioneis of the Ad- 
miralty. 

1 have the Honor to be, &c. 

SAM. HOOD. 



Blenheim off Martiniqae, 
SIR, 17//^ Nov. 1803. 

I HAVE the Honor to acquaint yon, that on the 
i4tli indant, the French Privateer Schooner 
L' Harmonic, with a Prize, having put into the 
Harbour of Marin in the Bay of .Si. Ann, Marti- 
niqne, induced me to fugged a Plan for the Capture 
of this Wifcl, more dedrudlive to Commerce than 
any other which has appeared in thcfe Seas ; and 
for this Purpofe I attempted, again d a drong Sea 
Breeze and Lee Current, to beat up from off the 
Diamond Rock to the Place where fhe lay at An- 
chor. It was not until the l6th in the Morning 
that I was able to accomplidi it, when, having re- 
connoitred the Harbour ot Marin, together with the 
Batteries on each Side of it, and alfo one above the 
Town, I detcrmiried on the Attempt. 1 llicreforc 
ordered .Sl.'cty Seamen belonging to His Mnjcdy's 
Ship under my Command, with Lieutenants Cole and 
Furber, and a Detachment of Sixty Marines of the 
lame Ship, under the Command ot Lieutenants 
Bealie and Boyd, to carry the Enterprizc into Ex- 
ecution : The former in their Boats to' attack the 
Privateer, and the latter at the fame time to endea- 
vour to fnrprile, or in any event to dorm. Fort Dun- 
kirk, a I'xUtery of Nine Guns on the Starboard Side 
of the Harbour. It was nectdary to do fo, to cut 
off the Militia from rende/vouling on Marin Point, 
which, being immediately in the Track of coming- 
out, and where doubtlefs they would have been 
joined by the IVoops from the Fort, would have 
much annoyed the Boats on their Retmn. The 
Drake having joined nie, and Captain Ferris volun- 
teering Lis Services, I direcUd him to take the Com- 
manil of the Seamen, and to add to them Fourteen 
from the Drake. Ail Things being prepared, the 
Boats with the SeanR-n towed by the iJiake, and 
the Marines in Four Boat!, towed by the Swift Hired 
Cutter, at Eleven P. M. proceeded oft the Mouth of 
Marin Harbour, and by eilimatiiig the Time it would 
take for the Boats to row up to the Privateer, which 
Vedll lay Three Miles from the Entrance ot liie 
Harbour, both Parties fcl off fo timely as to com- 
mence the Attack at the lame Indant ; and I am 
h.ippy to add, that about Three A.M. on the fol- 



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lowing Moming, by Tery fplrilcd and jiuliciinis At- 
tacks, both Parties fiicfci-ckd ; tlie Foit was com- 
pltteiy furprifed, the Pritontrs, Fifteen in Number, 
taken, and fent on board the Cutter, the Guns 
were difmounted and fpiked, thcit Carriages totally 
dellroyed, and the Magazine blown up ; the liar- 
racks were fpared, as a large and ripe Field of 
Canes adjoining imift have inevitably been deflroyed 
had they been let Fire to. 

The Boats with the Stnmen palfed one Battery 
andifcoverc-d, but the Privateer was on her Guard, 
and commenced a very heavy Fire on them, who 
neveitiulefs in the molt prompt and gallant Manner 
hoarded, and in a few Minutes canied her. Two 
Men were found dead on her Deck, and Fourteen 
were wounded ; as many of the Enemy threw them- 
felves into the feji, many mufl have been drownetl. 

I am forry to add that the Blenheim had One 
Man killed, and Two wounded, and tlie Drake 
Three wounded, One dangeroufly. 

The Harmonic was commanded by Citizen Noyer, 
had Eight Carriage-Gnns, and Sixty-fix Men at the 
Aitack, Forty-four only of whom were found at the 
Time of Surrender. The Boats and Privateer re- 
paiTed the Fort on the Larboard Side of the Harbour 
■within Mufquet Shot, but happily efcaped from a 
heavy Fire unhurt. 

The fpirited Manner in which Captain Fciris led 
the Boats to the Attack, and the gallant Conduftof 
Lieutenants Cole and Furber, the Petty Officers, and 
Men on the Oceafion, merit mv warmelt Praife; nor 
can I do too much Juftiee to the Conduft of Lieu- 
t<?nant Beatie, commanding the Detachment of Royal 
Marines, Lieutenant Boyd, the Non-CommilTioned 
Officers and Privates, who in the molt foldier-like 
Manner, alter being challenged and fired upon by 
Two Centincls, and petfeftly ignorant of the Nature 
and Number of the Troops they had to contend 
with, pulhed diri'6tly into the Foit with fixed Bayo- 
nets, when the Enemy cried for Quarter. By the 
Silence with which the Battery was cnn-ied. One 
Hundred Militia of the Fort of Saint Ann's were 
cut off trom the Point of Rendezvous, and thus the 
Place, to anfwer all our Purpofes, fecured without 
the Lofs of a Man. 

Encloled is an Account of the Gnus rendered 
ufelefs, and Stores deftroyed, at Fott Dunkirk. 

I have the Honor to be, &c. 

THOMAS GRAVES. 

An Account of Ordnance and Stores deflroyed, or ren- 
' dereJ ufelefs, ly a Detachment of Rvyal Marines 
k'lotio:,^ to His Majefly's Shif) lilenheim, at the At- 
tach oj Fort Dunkirk on the IJland of l^lartinique, 
1 6//.I November 1 80 •^ . 

Iron Ordnance. — Six Twenty-four Pounders, and 
Eighteen Three Pounders, fpiiced, ai:d the Car- 
tia^es. 

Six Barrels of Pov.'der, many filled Carrldgcs, One 
Cafic of Ball Cartridges, and very many Cannon 
Shot thrown Into the Sea. 

Several Barrels of Poivder blown up In the Maga- 
zine. THO. GRAVES, 

Admiralty-Office, January 28, 1804. 
■Copy of another Letter from Commodore Hood, Com- 
mander in Chief of His Mn}efly's Ships ami Vtjeli 



nl the T.eczuard Tfl nids, to Sir Evan NepeaH, Bart. 
dated at Sea, id December 1803. 

SIR, 

AS we lay at AiKhor In Fort Roval Cay, Mar- 
tinique, clofe to Cape des Salines, Ycfterday 
Morning, a Schooner with a Sloop in tow, was 
working up from to Leewaid ; about Eight o'Cloek 
being within Six Miles, and perceiving her Intention 
for St. Pierre's, I directed Captain Maxwell to 
weigh and give Chace, and was not difcovered until 
all Sail was fet, when the Schooner and Sh>op fe- 
paratcd ; I fent the Sarah Advice Boat, after the 
Sloo]!, and the SchociiKr Ma Sophie, belonging to 
Guadaloupe, of Eight Guns (which were thrown 
overbi)ard in the Chace,) and Forty-iix Men, was 
captured by tin's Ship after a Run of Twenty-four 
Leagues ; the Sloop her Pri'/.c, retak.-n by the 
Sarah, was cut out of Courland Bav, Tobago, hav- 
ing on board only a few Hogfheads of Sugar. 
I have the Honor to be, &c. 

(Signed) SAM. HOOD. 
p. S. Since writing the before mentioned. Lieu;- 
tenant Domet, in the Vigilant Tender, with the 
Sarah Advice Boat, burnt a Scliooner in Ance dc 
Serron, of Seventy Tons, and deftroyed the Battc;;,' 
Chateau Margot of Three Eiglitecn Pounder;^, 
without any Lofs on our Part — A I'avty of the' 
Enemy came down and fired on them, of which they 
killed one Man, and wounded fome other.?. 

S. H. 

Admiralty-Office, January 38, 1804. 
Copy of a Letter from Rear- Admiral Sir John 7hoina.T 
Dueiiuorth, KB. Commander in Chief of Hii Ma- 
jefly's Ships and Fefrls at yamaica, to Sir Ei-a\ 
Nepe^n, Bart, dated at Port Royal, the i ^jlh No'vem- 
bcr l^ioj. 
S I R, 

ACCOMPANYING this, I fen<l you, for the 
Information of the Lords Commifiioners of the 
A.dmiralty, 3 Letter from Lieutenant Foley of the 
Hercnie, commanding the Gipfey Tender, ftatiiig 
the DcftruAion of a French Privateer. 

Captain Roberts of th' Snake alfo fends me an 
Account of a French Privateer which he had been 
in Chace of the whole Day of the lo£h Inllant ; 
and in endeavouring to avoid him after dark, got on 
Shore upon Rocky Point, near the Eall End of tins 
Illand. The Prifoncr<, Sixty in Number he has 
fent in. I have the Honor to be, &c. 

J. T. DUCKWORTH. 

His Majefly's Schooner Gipfey., Port Royal, 
SIR, November 4., 1803. 

I HAVE the Honor to infoim you, that on the 
19th oT Oftober laft, at Four P. M. Cape Maize, 
bearing Nurlh, dillant Six or Seven Leagues, I 
chaeed, and, after a Running Fight of Two Hours 
and Forty Minutes, drove on Shore, and completely 
deliroyed a French Privateer Schooner, mounting 
Two long Eighteen-Pounders, and full of Men. 

I fhould have endeavoured to get her off, but the 
Night being very ilark, and the Win] frelTiening from 
the S. E. was obliged to make fail fur the Safety of 
His Majedy's Schooner under my Command, and 
join the Packet, which Ship I faw fafe, agreeable to 
your Orders. I have, Ccc. E. K. FOLEV. 

Sir y. 7". DvcliL'orlh, A". B. Conunaiider 
in Chief, £f,-. fcV. iS^c. 



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AamliiiliyOfiicc, January 28, 1804. 
r..^v of a /.filer 'from Rf.ir-.Umnil Thorubroush to 
.•■..• Ri-ht Ho'mrabU Lord Keith, K. B- Ahmral 
of th'e 'Blue, (^c. daltil on boar J H'li Majejly's ShiJ> 
the Ruby, of the Tex:!, the \-,th Input. 

My Lord, t in • 

1HAVE iho Honor to inform your Loicllhip, 
lliat Captain Wooldridgc, of His Majclly's 
Sloop Scourjic returiic-d to mc thii Afternoon off 
tlie Tcxcl, having cut out of the Vhc Roads an 
EngUfh Ship of Tour Huudied Tons Bnitlien, laden 
with Timber, from Nkmel bound to Hull, xWuch 
Ship he has fent l5 Yarniout'.i- Roads. 

I beg Leave to obfervc to your Lordfiup, t.iat, 
f!«ni the verv intricate Pa!Tag<: into the Anchorage 
a: this Seafon of the Year, which was planned by 
Captain WoolJridge liimfclf, decidedly againll the 
Opinion of his Pilots, and which fucceeded in the 
hi'ilell Extent, thereby depriving tlie Eiiein); of fo 
valuable a Cargo, refleils no fef.. Credit on hi.u than 
it dotfson Lieutenant Hughes, who condnded, and 
tlie Officers and Men who executed, fo In/.ardous 
an EHteipii/.e, under the Eire of ilie liat;enes on 
the lilaiiJ, and fo many otiier l:)ifad\3Utagc3. 
1 have the Hcnior to be, &c. 

LDW. IHORNBROUGH. 

Scourge, off the File f/IatiJ, 
g J l^_ January 1 1 , 1 804. 

IPave the Honor of informinj;- y«u, that in Exe- 
cution of your Orders of Yeikrday's Date, on 
im- Arrival off the. Vlie Land, in Kis Majtfty's 
Sloop, I fpoke the Pruffian, from Amiltrdam, who 
informed me, that a large Ship, with Pri/.e Colours 
flying, was lying iirihe Vlie Roads, w.Uing a Wnu 
to proceed up the Pafiagc ; and'that he underfcod 
from the I'iluts llie was an Englilh Ship, laden with 
Naval S:orer. ; confidering that to deprive the Ene- 
my of a Ship of that Defeiiption was of material 
Confequence, I determined on attempting to cut her 
out ; for which Purpofe, after dark, His IVIajeily s 
Ship IX as anchored in the State MillePafTage, in I'our 
. and Half Fathom Water, and within Mulket-biiut <>f 
t'le Shi-re, ready to co operate with the Boats, which 
were detached about Midnight, under the Diieftion 
of Lieutenant W. J. Hughes, the fe.iior Officer, and 
•nth ft'c'i gobd Oidjr was the Atiack conducted by 
him, that the Ship was boarded and brought out 
. hhourh lying immediately under the l',attevics,.an.l 
inounli'ng 'hevlelf Eight Guns, without the fir.alleJl 
Lofs; and proves to be a Ship from Memel, laden 
with Timber, Four Hundred Tons Bui then, taken 
on the .9th of December lall, by L'Union Dutch 
Bnn Privateer of Eighteen Guns, on the Coalt ot 
Norway. Mr. WiUiamfon. tlie Purler, Mr. Hep- 
burn, the Boalfwain, and MelTrs. Dale and Daly, 
Midlhipmcu, who were Volunteers in the Boats, 
Mr. Hughes fpeaks in the handfomeil Manner ol ; 
indeed the Behaviour of every Man and OfHcer in 
the Ship was lo much to my Satisfaaion, that had 
the Refirtance been ever fo great 1 have little Doubt 

of the Succefs. I 811, &'."• _ 

otitic succe Wm WOOLDRIDGE 

Rear-/]JnuralThornbrcugh, 'Jc. 'dc. dc. 

IVar-Ofice, fanuary 28, 1804. 
iS/A R'ginitr.l of Li^hl Dnigoont, Cornet F. \S . 
Macdojgall to be Lieutenant, by Purchafe, vie- 
Wyburn, who retires. • 



Eduard Benv, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Macdou- 



1/7 Regiment of Foot Guards, Alexander Higgenfon, 
Gent, to be Enfign, without Purchafe. 

I/? Baltalion of the \fl RcglmeiU of Foot, Eniigi. 
James Menv.lts ClayhlUs, from the zd Battalion, 
to be Lieutenant, vice M'Crae, deceafed. 

Enfigu L. R. Arguimbcau, from the zd Battalion, 
vice Grant, deceafed. 

nth Regiment of Foot, Alexander laffioy Hauten- 
viUe, Gent, to be Lieutenant, by Purchafe, vice 
Broadhuril, promoted in the Z7th Foot. 

\oth Ditto, Enfign Richard Burke to be Lieute- 
nant, without Purchafe, vice Stuart, who religns. 
T uh Ditto. 
To be Lieutenant'!, ivithout Purchafe, 

Enfign Robert Wren, from the 68th Foot, vice 
Campbell, promoted. _ , , , , 

Enfign William Dunloj^, from Ditto, vice blocklei, 

Enfig" J''''" ^- Gumbes, from the I ft Battalion 

Enfigu" Robert "Macdonald, from the zd Battalion 

Royals. 
Enfign John E'flis. 

' To le F.rfr^n, 

Serjeant-Major John Danger, vice Ellis. 
%Oth Ditto, Lieuleiiant T. V>. Bamford, from Halt- 

Pay of the 291!! Foot, to be Lieutenant. 
34//J Ditto, Henij Athorpe, Gent, to be Enfign, 

by Pni chafe, vive Baker, promoted. 
39//. Ditto, Enfign Jolni Wilfon Brown to be Lieu- 
tenant, without Purchafe, vice Bouichicr, pro- 
moted. 
-.yl Ditto, (^.larter-Maller Alexander Thomplon, 
• from Hall-P'ay of the late lit Fencible Cavahy, 
to be Enfign, vice Bannerman, whole -Appoint- 
ment dues not take place. 
Goth Ditto, Enfign James Barwick, from the 4th 
Well Lidia Regiment, to be Lieutenant, by Pur- 
chafe, vice Lord Mansfield, promoted in the 44th 
Foot. • 

64//.- Ditto, Lieutenant Baplift J. Barton to be Cap- - 

tain of a Company, vice I'jonncr, deceafed. 
Enfign John Hughes, from the 54th Foot, to be 
Lieutenant, without Purcliafe, vice Wlielan, pro- ' 
moted in the rkwfoundlaiul Fencibles. 
6Zth Ditto, Captain Thomas Walker, from Half. 
I'ay of the l.tc 71)1 Weil India Regiment, to be 
Captain of a Company, vice Blakeney, deceafed. 
Enfign Nath;m:erGledihuies to be Lieutenant, vice 
Su-wart, decealed. TTirr, r 

83-/ Ditto, Enfign John Jackf-.n, from Half-Pay ot 
tlie 3!<ih loo:, to be Enfign, vice Vernon, who 
cxetianges. 
Old Ditto, Lieutenant Samuel Maxwell, from the 
1 uh Foot, to be Captain of a Company, without 
Purchafe. 
CfUh Ditto, Lieutenant Charles .'Xndcifon to be Cap- 
tain of a Company, vice Douglas, deceafed. 
95<.6 Ditto, William HalUn, Gent, to be Second 

Lieutenant, without Purchafe. 
John Ward, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, with- 
out Purchale. 

if} IVefl Inilin Regiment. 
7o be LiiUlenanIs, ii-ithout Purchfe, 
Eufign George Hiclu, from the 7tlj Weft India 
Rigimetit. 



ir 






E "3 3 



Enfign Jaques Eoyce, fi'om Ditto, 
Eiifigii J. L. Morfon. 
Knfigii E. E. Il«. 
'iuirigii Henry liiidmn. 

3 J Il'e/^ India Regiment. 
To if L'ltuloumts, ivUhout Purchofc, 
■.^T-iifign Donald Macintofh, vife Rivingloii, dcceafed. 
linllgn j'olin Smith, 
.iint'ign Edward Brcmner. 
Jj^niign T. Bell Henry. 

4/* Dilin. 
To he Lifutevnnts, iLulhmtt Purchafe. 
'Enfign and Adjutant J jhii Forclt, 
Eiiiign H. Ciin'.bic Greenfl>iilds. 
•linfign Edward Bell, from the 7th Wed India Re- 
giment. 
JLnfign Allifter Colquhoun, from Ditto, vice De 
L.ifle, deteafcd. 

■Ith Dhto^ Entign and Adjutant John F. Hardy to 
be LieiUenant. 

8/'' Ditto. 

To he Captains of Compnniis, 

C?ptain William Tat urn, from Half- Pay of the late 

I itii AVcft India Regiment. 
Lieutenant George F. Harrifon, from the 4:].th 

Foot. 
Lieutenant James Campbell, from the 60th Foot. 
Lieutenant Edwaid Irwin, from the 35th, Foot. 

To le I.ieutinanls, 
Lieutenant Barton Wallop, from Half-Pay of the 

late 8th Weil India. Regiment. 
Enilgn James Burke, from the ill Battalion of Re- 
icrvc. 

To le Eiifigrs, 
.George Baugh Maddifon, Gent. 
Francis Innes, Gent. 

Major-General Sir Charles Green's Regiment. 

To be Captains cf Companies^ 

Lieutenant Francis Nellelrode de Hugenpoet, from 

the New Brunfwick. Fcncibles. 
Lieutenant David Gregory, from the 4Jth Foot. 
-Lieutenant Dawfon Kelly, from the 4 7th Foot. 
To he Lieutenant, 

Enilgn Echamraelketel, from the 6oLh 

Foot. 

To he EriftgnSf 
Anatoli Lardenoy, Gent. 

MUUer, Gent. 

The King's Gerfimn I.e^ion, Lieutenant -George 

Krauchenberg to be Captain, with tenipoiary 

Rank in the Army. 

^ih Battalion of Referve, James Stewart, Gent, to 

he Enfigii, vice Belli, removed to the 70th F(;ct. 

Royal U'a^gon Train, Cornet Thomas Pardoc to be 

Lieutenant. 
■William Rind, Gent, fo be Cornet, vice Pardoe. 
,Jtjattaliun of Volunteers for Duly at Portfv'outh and 

its Depeiideiuiis. 
-Jilajor William Sihbaid, from Half-Pay of the 35th 
I'uot, to he Miijor, viee M.nxwell, appointed, an 
InfpeiftingFielttOilicer of Volunteer .Corps. 

.'S .T A.F- F. '■ , . 

High HonHoun, liiq; late Major of lh!^-85tJl Foo^, 
to he an Infptdling .Field Offlcci -of yeomanry 
apd .Volunteer Corps, with temporary .Rank' of 

J!50. 15669. • B 



LieutenarB-t-Colohel iii the Array fo'Io«g as he 
continues employed. 

Memorandum. 

The Appointment of Cunninehsm, G ; ". 

to be Enlign in the 7th Battalion of Kckrvc, vi; ■■ 
Mannen, picraoLed, as Hated in the Gaztltc of the 
27lh Ultimo, has not taken place. 

The Appointment of Captain Hugo Arnot, from 
Half-P.-iy of tlie l(l Foot Gnaids, to be Captain of 
a Company'in the 42d Regiment of Foot, as Hated 
in liie Gazette of the 24.111 Inllant, has not taken 
place. 



Ordnance-flffice, January 26, 1804. 
Royal Regiment of yirtiUcry. 
Captain-Lieutenant Jofeph Brome to be AdJBtant, 
viceTulloh. Dated Jan\iary I, 1804. 



Commiffton ftrned hy the Lord Lieutenant of the Calmly 

of Lincoln. 
Peregrine Maffingberd, Ei'q; to be Deputy-Lieute- 
ifant. Dated November 18, 1803. 

Conmiffons ia the Rpyal North Lincolnrnire Vii- 
Wl'a, figned by the Lord Lieutenant. 

Samuel Raymond Jarvis, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
Dated November 24, 1803. 

John Edwards, Gent, to be Ditto. Dated January 
2, 1804. f 

George Ruddle, Gent, to be llnfign. Dated No- 
vember 24, 1803. 

J. J. Goflie, to be Ditto. Dated Jnnuary «, 1^04. 

Samuel Hill,Gcut. to be Ditto. Dated as above. 



Lord Chamberlain'' s Offiee, January 24. 1804. 
Notice is hereby given, that there will be a Le- 
vee at St. James's on Wednefday the ill of Fe- 
bruary- next, and a Drawing-Room on Thurfday 
the gth. 

Whitehall, December $, 1803. 

The 'King has been pleafed to grant unto Edward 
Bi-ldatn, of Birtiop's-Stortford, in the County of 
i-lertfovd, Gent. (Son of Valentine Beldam, of the 
fame Place, liy Sarah, his Wite, Siller of James 
Johns, late of I..Iltlebury, in the. County of Eflex, 
deceafed,) His Royal Licence and Authority, that 
lie and his -LTue mav take and ufe the Surname of 
Johns, in addition to the Surname of Beldam, in 
Teilimony of his grateful Refpecl for the Memory of 
his late Uncle and Benefacto?-, the faid James Johns : 

And alio to order that this His- Maicily's Con- 
ceffion and .Declaration be rcgiftered iu Ilib College 
of Arn.s. 

'Whitehall, January z6, 18.04- 
The King has been pleafed to grant unto Peter 
Cliauvron Caicas, of New Bond-Street, in the 
County of Mlddleftx, and his iiTuc, His Royal 
I-Iceuce and Authority to afTume and take llie 
fiurname of Andre : 

.^kndalfo to order, tjiat this His M.ij.cily's. Con- 
iCtiiion-and Decia .• ■• ' .■ reglftejcd, iu His Col- 
.le'.re cf.,Anr,s.; , 






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IVbtlehaV, ydnaary z%,- \%0\. J 

riic Lord Clianctfllor ha.; appointed William 
Cliipmaii, of Bigglefwadf, in the County of Bc<l- 
•fird. Gent, to be a Mafter Extraordinary in the 
Hi^h Court of Chancery. 

li'kirhail, Jatwary 28, 1 804. 
The Lord ChanctUor has appointed William 
Uyrth, o» F.vcihaiii, in the County of Woicciler, 
Cmit. to be a Mailer Extrnoidiniry in the High 
Court of Ciiiinccry. 

;r/.;/f.'--r//, Jat!uary 28, iSci. 
The Lovd Chani.ellor has appointed JofepVi W.;f- 
ney I.sveiider, of Evediain, in the County of \\'')r- 
< c Her, Gent, to he a Mailer Extraordiajiv/ in the 
High Court of Chancery. 



CrotVH-OJfiCf, January 28, 1804.. 
MEMBER retarned to icrve in this pr.-io.t 
PARLIAMENT. 
Borc'.t^h of Ca'rmaiih.'v., 
Sir'T^'i'liam Paxton, Knight, in the Room of John 
George Phillips, Efq; who, (ince his Eh •\\m\ for 
the laid Borou^li, hath accepted the Ofiioe of 
Steward or BmiiiT of His Majefty's Three Chil- 
tern Hundreds of -Stoke, DefV.orongh, and Bo- 
nenria.i), in the County of Bucklnghaii.. 



OFFICE of ir^c COMMISSIONERS nppnirlrd hy 
-^3 of Parlian-u-ut unJ4/"ff)e . Convenlion fwiih lJ:e 
United Stales' of j4mei:k'a. 

Ordered, '^|"'IIAT for the Purpofe of preventing 
JL the Inconvenience and fubCequcnt 
Delay which would enfue, if (as occuned under the 
Si:<lh Article of the Treaty, and as there is Rcafon 
at prcfent to apprehend may occur under the Con- 
vention) numerous Claims v/cre kept back till the 
very Eve of the Expiration of tlie Term allo\ved for 
preferring Claims before this Board ; and nlfo for 
the Purpofe of preventiijg an erroneous Expedlatiun: 
that Claims may, on Ipecial Grounds, be rece'vtd 
after the Expiration of tlic (aid Term, No;ice he 
given to all Perfons who claiwcd at Philai'tlphia 
under the »Sixth Article of the Treaty of Amity 
with the United States, and who iiave not yet 
availed themselves of the Act of Parliamen.t, and 
the Inftrnctions contained in the various I'otiecs 
from this OflieC, which were pul)li(hed in the l,on- 
d<m Gazette and different Newfpapers, by cl.ilmiiig 
before this Board, t-!'.at Claims from fuch Ptrlons, 
in the Form of Memorials addrclled to the Coni- 
iniffioners, and figiied by liic CLiimants or theii 
Agents refpeiStivcly, referring to their Claims ;.nder. 
the Sixth Article of the Treaty, and dating thtv 
precife Amount of eacii Claim in Sterling Money 
(which Amount mull not exceed the Anionjit, 
claimed under the Sixth Aiticle, xviih the Addi- 
tional Intercit thereon) will, as before intimated, be 
received at this Office on or before the 1 ll Day of 
lune next; but that the Board are abfohitely baricil 
iipv the A.&. of Parliament from receiving, after the 
Expiration of the abive Term, any Claim or new 
Application, on any Ground of Exaife whatfoever. 
And that for the keaion above alTigncd, the Board 
expeA that all thofe who chimed as above under 
tl'.c laid ciixth A'tide, and who think themfelves 



entitled, and menu to claim before this Board, will 
do fo as foon as pollible. 

Ordered furllur, TJiat in ever)- Cafe wh:re the 
Claim has already been or fli dl be figned by an 
Agent, an Authority in Writing, under the Hand 
of the Claimant, either confnming whut the Agent- 
has fo done, or Empowering him fo to dt), be lodgijl 
at thjs Oflicc before the Expiration of the above 

Ternu -S _ ^ ' .v' "■'■',. ' 

OrdMed, Tluit Copies of thi.< Or<ler be tranf- 
mittcd tothe Perfons above deferlhed, whofe Places 
of Refidence/ aie known, or to their Agents; and 
th.u the-f;ir/^ be alio piiblilhedin the Eondon Ga- 
zette and oilier Newfpapers. 

By Order ot the. ComniifTioners, 

J. W. HAY, Secretary. 
Great Marllorough Sired, J,it,. 26, 180J. 



Whitihall, :i!l January 1804. 
JTT'Herea: ithalh Icen hmiih/y. ri[>ri feiilcil lo lie Ktti^, 
' ^ ihat'ui the Ni[;blofThuif.h!y the 2lil of Deceuiher 
Inft, about Ten o'Cloii, iL' Report of fevcral^uiis rpas 
heitril in a ll-'uOil lieloir^iii^ tu and near the Houfe of 
Francis Ferrand Fnljair.be, Ffq\ of Qfherlon, in the 
County of A'ullin^Jjani, rj.'hereiipurt llilliiim Hull his 
GameLerper, ami fever al others cf his Sei~viitils, ivent 
out to endca-oour to ttpprehend the Offenders, and having 
purfucd ihe'u from the ll^ood nvhere the Report laas 
fir/1 heiiril tc unolher at fiiue Di/iance, they ad (except 
IVi/litim Holme.^, one of the Servants of Air. Foljnnwe, 
'udjo rvai on HorfehaCK ) entered the ll^ood, anil in thf 
Middle of. it found one Il'il/iam A'J.ins armed •with a 
Gun, ivhich he prefonied, threatening lo bloiu out the 
Brains of the firj] that cnnie near him; and it-zvas not 
till aftir coiijiderulde Refijlane: /llkins ivas feeured : 
And whereas during the Stru^^le luilh /llkins the Re- 
fnrt of another Gun was heard on tl:e Qntjide of ile ' 
Hood, and immediately after'.u.\rds a Cry as of a. Pcrfbn 
in Ayony, and ihereup-.n fev-rni of the Servants of the 
faid'FranJs Ferrand Foljnwl.e, F.fq; ran In theSfot, 
and found there the fiid IVdIiam Holmes lyir.g on the 
Ground dav^^eroufly wounded ; ami the faid ll'illiam 
Holmes hnlh dejoftd, that feeing two Mexi, one in a 
/Hue 'Jaclel, the other in a Sni-ich-Froei, he rode up ti 
the .1 an in it jfactet, and cml'avoured to Jecure him, nn 
whieh the Man immediately Jired at him, and then, with 
his Compaiii.M, ijjeded hie ■ Ffcnpe : /Ind whereas the 
Cire\iinltaiices oj 'Two Men of the Names of 
Smith and li'':lli.nn. Thornton having been feen in Com- 
pany will] /hlins on the Fvening oJ the Comuii'jion of 
ihis ttlrihious Outrage ia tlie Drefs drferihed b\ tl^l/iiiiiii 
Holmes; an, t il appearing that the Jnid ll'il.'iam Thorn- 
ton that E-veuiog b'.ught I'owder and Shot at Retford ; 
and neither Sanlh nor Thornton having finee been feeu or 
hicrd ofiu the Nt ighbourhood where they rejeded,jlrungly 
authorixe tlie Snfpicion ihiit they were Pjriiet in the 
I'erprtralion of the Atrocity; 

His Aliije/ly, therefore, for ihe belter and more fptedilj 
apprehending and briitning lo jftijlice the Perjuns eon- 
fi ; "(7/ in the above Uiara^e. is hereby pitafed to prouiife 
His mijjl gracious Pardon lo any t)ne of the faid Uf- 
fniLrs (except the Per/on who tillually fired the Gii-i, 
ttuil wounded the faid ll'illiam HolinuJ who fhall mnhe 
fi::h Difeovery of his Aecompltee or Aeeomplices therein, 
as that he or they may be apprehended itnd eonviiud 
thereof C. YORRK. 

And, as a further F.ncoumgemcnt for the Dfcov ry of 
fuch ItlJrntteror Ofenders, a Rci-rudcf ONE HUN- 



C "5 1 



D'RED GUINEAS h herdy ofereJ to any Per/on 
or Perfons maiing the fame, (except the Pcrfon befon 
excepted,) to be paid upon the ConwB'ton of fuch Offen- 
der or Offenders^ by the fald Francis Ferrand Fol- 
jambe, Efq. 

Whitehall, January 21,1 804- 
JT/'Tfercas it hath been humbly reprefentcd to the King, 
'' that a mojl daring -and fcandalous Outrage took 
place in the City of Chefler, on Wednefday the Z&th 
' ' Day of December lajl, wheran divers Perfons, at pre- 
. fent unknown, proceeded to deflroy the Gates of the Gaol 
of the faid City, and to deliver by Force a Perjon con- 
fined therein ; 

His Majcfty , fir the better apprehending and bringing 
to ftijlice the Perfons auicerned- in the daring and fcan- 
Jalous Outrage abovemcntioned, is hereby pleafed to pro- 
tnife His mofl gracious Pardon to any One of them, (ex- 
cept the Perfons aSually concerned in dejhoyirg or pul- 
ling down, or aiding or afflflir.g to pull dotvn, the Gales 
of the faid Gaol,) •whojhall difcover his or their Ac- 
cempHce or Accomplices therein, fo that i>e, fhe, or they 
may be apprehended and convided thereof , 

C. YORKE. 
And, as a futiher Encouragement, a Re-ward of 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS is hereby ofered to 
. any P erf on making fuck Difcovery a: afore faid, (ey.cept 
as is before excepted,) to be paid on the Convi3ion of any 
One or more of the OJenders, by the Lords Uemmiffioners 
of His .Majejly^ s Treafury. 

Navy. OlEce, January 25, %%o\. 
'T^HE Princpal Officers and Comnvjftoners of His 
■^ His MajeJIy's Navy do hereby give Notice, tliat en 
7hurfday the 2d of February next, at One o'Clock, 
they 'will be ready to treat <wilh fuch Perfons as. may be 
'willing to conlra9 for rigging His Maje/ly's Ship! in 
the Rivers Thames and Med-way, at Portfmouth, and 
at Plymouth. 

A Form of the Tender, taith the Conditions of the 
ContraH, may be feen at this O^ce. 

No Tender iwill be received after Tsuelve o'Clock on 
the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlcfs the Party, 
or an Agent for him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

ARMY CONTRACTS. 

CommifTary General's Office, London, 

Januaiy 26, 1804. 

J\70tice is hereby given, that the Commiffary General 

■^ ' is ready to receive Propofals for fupplying fuch of 

His Majefly's Troops as may be encamped in the Courfe 

of the prefent Tear, in the following Di/lrids with 

Bread, Forage, Straw, and Fuel ; fuch Propofals to 

le fent in to this Office, on or before the 1 5/i Day of 

February next, (obferving that none will be received 

after Twelve o'Clock on that Day,) and if fent by 

Fqjl, the Pojlagt to be paid, viz. ' 

DISI'RIQTS, COtlNTIUS. 

f Derby. 

I Ni)tti'iigham. 

»T 1 r 1 11 Staiiord. 
■ North ■I,.,knd.^^^^^;^^,^^,._ 

I ^V.^rwick. 



'South Inland. 



(^Rutland. 

Bedford. 
I Northamptor.rf 
I Oxford. 

Buckingham. 



N' 



Propofals mufl be made fepnralely for each DtflriB^ 
and the Names of Two good Sureties, with their Placer 
of Refidence, to be inferled at Foot thereof. 

The Particulars of the Co!,tra& aaybe had upon 
Application at this Office, istiaseen tie Hours of Ten and 
Four. 

ARMY CONTRACTS. 

Commiffaty General';! Ofik-e, London, 
January 26, 1804. 
JOtice It' hereby given to all Perfons defirous of eon- 
traSing to fupply Forage, vi'z, Oats, Hay, and 
Straw to_fuch Horfes belonging to His Maje/ly's Forces 
as now are, or hereafter may be Jlationed in the Iflandt 
of Guernfey, jferfey, and Alderney ; the Deliveries /» 
commence on and for the Z^th Day of March next. 
That PropofaJs in 'Writing, fettled up and marked Ten- 
der for Foiage, w'dl be received at this Office, on or 
before the iph Day of February, (but none wid be 
received after Twelve o'Cloii on that Day,) and if 
Jent by Pofl, the PoJIage to be paid. 

The Propofals mufl contain the Names and Re/idencet 
of Two good Sureties. 

Particulars of the ContraS may he had upon Appli- 
cation at this Office between the Hours of Ten and Four. 

Office of Ordnance, January. 9, r8o4. 
'J^HE Principal- Officers of His Maffly's Ordnance 
do hereby give Notice, that Propofah will be re- 
ceived at tlieir Office, in St. Margaret Street, IVefl- 
minjler, on Thurfday the zd.Day of February next, 
from fuch Perfons as may be witling to under lake the 
Supply of Leathern Bretclies and Gloves for the 
Royal Horfe Artillery, and Corp-- of Gunner 
Drivers, upon ContraB for a Period cf Three Years 
from the ifl of April next. Patterns of the Articles may 
be feen upon Application to Mr. Geafl, the Ordncmce 
Storekeeper, at Woolwich, and the Terms and Conditions 
of the ContraH may be known at the Secretary's Offiiee in. 
St. Margaret-Street aforefaid, any Day between the 
Hours of Ten and Four o'Clock, where the Propofalt 
are to be delivered, fealed.up, and marked on the Outfide 
" -Propofals for the Supply of Leathern Breeches and 
Gloves," but no Propofals can be admitted after Thurfr 
day tie 2d February next. 

By Order of fhe Btiard, 

. S.. H. Crew, Secretary. 

S U G A R S. 

OR Sale., by Order of the Honorable Commif- 
Jianers of His MajeJIy's Cujloms, in the Long- 
Room, at the Cujiom-Houfe, London, on Thurfday the 
i^th of F'ebruary 1 804, at Three o'Clock in the After- 
noon, in Lots iff 2, 4,6, S, and 10 Cajhs-eaeh, 
H. T. B. 



F' 



46 


2 


— BiibatJoes. 


SJ7 


s 


— Antigua. 


58 


6 


,— St. Kitts. 


31 


..t 


— Nevis. 


M 


14 


— Montl'errat. 



Samjyles to be viewed at Wycherly's Tard, oppqfite 
Bear ^uay, on Wednefday the %lb and Thurfday the 

ijlh of February next. 

Marine Society's Office, Jan. 28, r8c4. 
nr^HF, Animal General Court tf the Governor of this 
■* Corporation will be held at their Office, on Thurf- 
day next, the 2d February^ the Chair to bt taken at 
One o'clock precifely. John Ncwby, Secretary. 



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STATE r.OTTER-IES. 

'' Stamp-Oftice, Somcrfet-Place, JaD.,7, 1.S04. 

ZJT/^ MtVcJifs Conwiijjioiiers for muKa^ln^ iht 

•*■ ■* Slamp'Dulks do hereby give Notice, that tbejot- 

Io'h'hi:; are ihc Pi-r/hni vjho are duly licenfed by them 

for felling Tichets in llie prcfeiit Stale-Lotteries: 

JSilTi 'rhomas. No. 4, Cornliill, No. 9, Cliaiing-Crofs ; Cities 
of KdinbiujrN, Gloueefter, an^ Roclielkr ; Towns of Man- 
ch,ttKr, Margate, and Kinglion-upon-Hull. 
Buiilc.inib James, No. n, Hulborii, No. 37, Cornhill; Cities 
of r.dinliirgh) Gloueefter, CoveiUiT, Noiwicli, S.ilillniry, 
Cl.ieheller,' Clieiler, Yoik, BatJi, Briftol, Exeter, Wells, 
'Winchtfler, Woreefter, Abcidc'en, and Glafgow ; 'I'owiii 
•of Readinj;, Kirniingham, Kuiy St. Ediriiiiids, Gofpoit, 
Kinj?rtiiii-iHJaii-HuU, Lynn, Uumfiies, Bollon, Newaik, 
Jts'<jrtliaoiptoii» Poitfea, Plyrtiouth, Stimford, Cliatliam, 
Bcvetlej',l)oiebei1er, Di^iidee, Newport I'agncll, Newjiort, 
j!lc of U'ij^ht, Shei'borne, \Veymoiit]i, \\'oiver!i:impton, 
Ktidi;ewater, Klarlborounh, Yarmoirtli," l.iicrpool, i>an- 
c.irttv, NewcaUic-iipon-T) no, an-.l Slircwfliur)-. 
a?uuAthaw Jubu and Capcl John, Koyal Ujchanjcc Cornliill. 
■Cai roll John, No. a6, OxlJoRl-Stieet, -aad Town of Man- 

yUvtler. ■ , i. 

Carter William, No 8, Charinjj-Crofs. 
liOwnj: i'eter, No.^i, Ncw^ate-.Street. 
Driimmond Alexander, No. 6?, Klect-Strcet. 
l-UnHon Sarialiand Brooke William, No. 237 Piccadilly. 
>iaiard Robert, Burne I'liomas, Warner Fdward, Burne 'I'lio- 
nU the youn;';er, and Warner Thonia» Couttenay, Royal- 
Ji:(changc, Cori^hlll. 
.Hojj^ci Riirharri, No. 149, Oxford-Street, No. 44, St. Jamcs's- 
Strect ; City of Lincoln ; Towns of Huntingdon, Notting- 
ham, Portlmouth, Brighthelmftmie, Plymouth, and Don- 
caller. 
.Hodges VVilli^ra, No. 117, Pall-Mali. 

Jlornlby 'i'liomas, Cornliill; Cities of Cantcrbnry, Chefler, 
Bxeter, Worcertcr, Yor^i, Coventry, Norwich, i3ath, and 
Hereford; Towns of. Southampton, Liverpool, Taunton, 
Lynn, Deal, Swanfea, Derby, Gofport, Rlaidllone, Shaftl- 
bmy, Leeds, Wifbeach, .Shetfield, Ncwcaflle-upon-Tyne, 
Lancalhr, Birmingbam, Kcodal, and Plymoutli. 
tjacklon Richard, Pope's Head Alley, CornhilL 
Johhfon John, Pope's Head Alley, Cornhill. 
IVIaitcr hdward, No. I, Great Piazza, Covent-Gardcn. 
Kicliolion WilMam, No. 88, Corner of the Royal-Exchange, 
Cornhill ; City of Bath ; Towns of Leeds, Brecon, and 
Ramfpite. 
.Norton James and Norton James, j.in. City of Briflol. 
Pope Simeon, No. il, Caftle-Alley, Royal-Kxiliange. 
IVirtcr James, No. {4, Parliament Street. 
Richardtbn Peter, Goodluck Elizabeth, and Arnittl George, 
Cornhilt and Charing-Crofs; Cities of Norwich, Eatli, 
, Canterbury, Gloueefter, and Exeter ; Towns of Notting- 
ham, Sherborne, Leiccfter, Manchefter, Colcheftcr, Liver- 
pol, Southampton, Reading, Poole, Leeds, Shtewft't.ry 
Portlca, Kingrton-upon-Huil, Plymouth-Dock, Newcaflle- 
upon-Tyne, Hadlcigh, and Wakefield. 
.Roberts Thomas, No. B, Cornhill. 
Scott Cieorge, No. 75, New Bond-Street, 
titcwartjohn, No. izi, Oxford-.-itreet. 

Swift T*omas, and Gandon Jol.n, Poultry ; Cities of Biiftol, 
Cantcrliury, Chichcfter, Norwich, Bath, Gloueefter, Yoik, 
'and Glafgow; Towns of Eirraingliam, Liverpool, Leeds, 
Windfor, D-rby, Shtfiield, Leiccfter, Newcaftle-upon- 
'i'yne, Kingfton-upon-HuU, Staniford,Whiiehaven, jMan- 
chefter.and Ipfwich. 
Thomfon John, ?nd Gilc? Arthr.r, City of Edinburgh, 
Turner George, No. 59. Bilhopfgate-Street. 
Whi'e Jehn, and Eorreft Daniel, City of Edinlnugh. 

By Oic/in of irld Geo. 3. ch.<)\. It is enaCkd, that 
no Perfonjhall keep an OJfc: for dealing in TickeU and 
Shares, "without having Jirjl obtained a Licence for 
thai Purjiofe. 

liy lie fame /ff il it enetSed, that all TicLls de- 
p'jfiled iv'uk tbe Receiver- General of this Revenue for 
the Purpofe of being fold into Shares, and which Jhall 
ie drawn Prized of 50/. or under, Jhall rannin Three 
Dap, and all Frius' oj lOQ l. and upwacd:, Jhall 



remain Fourteen Days in this Office after the fame Jkill 
be drawn, in order that the Share Holders may have 
Time to give Notice to the faid Receiver-General, not to 
deliver juch Prize Ticlils mt of his Cii/lody until the 
Shares are paid or fatisfied. 

/tnd that no Receipt for any Tichet depqfited as 
csforefaid, Jhall he transferable, nor the Interejl or Pro- 
perty therein ajlignable in any Manner •whutfoever. 
By Order of the Commilfioners, 

C. E. Bercsford, Secretary. 

LONDON DOCKS. 

Loui'on Dock-Houfc, January 17, 1 804. 
'T'HE Diredors of the London Dock Company hereby 
"* givi' Nniice, that IVarranis for the Jniercfl due up 
to the \JI (f Janiiary itiflant, will be ready for delivery 
al this lloufe, on Frichiy next, and any Day f Sundays 
except! d J after that Time, between the Hours of Eleven 
and Three o'clock. Geo Robiiifon, Secretary. 

Such Proprietors as hove paid up their Subfcriptions 
in full, and ntd yet left their Scrip Receipts, are requejled 
to fend the fame to this Houfc. 



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lice is hereby given, that an y^ccount of the Sal- 
vage for the Lord Nelfon, retaken 2']th ylvgujt 
1803, liy His Majefiy's Ships Tonnant, Coloffus, Spen- 
cer, Culloden, Sirius, and Seagull, under the Orders of 
Sir Edward Pellew, Bart, will be deprjited in the 
Rcgijlry of the High Court of Admiralty agreeable t» 
Ail of Parliament. 

Wedeicrbilrn and Co. Ommanney and Driice, 
Cook and Halford, R. «;;</ A. Toulmin. 
of London i Sam. Pellew, of Falmouth; 
N. A. Hunt, and Edw. Lywes, Edmund 
Lockyer, tf Plymouth, Agents. 

London, January 19, 1804. 
jOlicc is hereby given, that an Account of the Pro- 
ceeds of the Null, Stores, and Head- Money of the 
French Corvette L' Impatient, captured en the ^oth 
May 1P03, by His Majejly's Ship Naiad, James IVal- 
lis, F.fq; Captain, will be regiflered in the High Court 
of Admiralty, agreeable to AH of Parliament. 

Chrilloplwr Cooke, Janus Ilalford, andYA- 
miind Lockyer, Agents. 

London, January 20, 1804. 
lyjOlicc is hereby given, that an Account oj' Sales of the 
Hull, ^ores, and Bounty granted for the Courier 
de Tcrre Newe, captured on the ZT^il 'July 1 803, by His 
MajtJIy's Ship! Plantagenet and Hazard ; and for the 
L'Ateilante, captured on the i-jlh jfuly 1H03, by His 
Maje/ly's Ships Plantagenet, Endymiou, and Rofario, 
wilt be delivered into the Regijlry of the high Court aj 
Admiralty, agreeably to A't of Parliament. 

Ommanney and Druce, ASing Agents. 

London, January 25, 1804. 
!\JOtice is hereby given to the Oljicers and Company 
of His Majefiy's Hired Cutter Griffin, who tuere 
aflualh on Lcard the faid Cutter, al the Capture of the 
Calypfo and Refolution, on the 'i^d and \ i,th May 1799» 
in Company wilh fever al of His Majefiy's Ships, that 
they will be paid their rrfpcflive Proportions of the 
above Vejfrls, at No. 23, y.urrey-SUcel, Strand, on 
Thurfday tlie id February 1 804 ; and the Shares not 
then demanded will be recalled at the fame Place every 
Tuefday and Thurfday for Three 7'ears t-o coma 

Rd. and Ab. Toulmin, for James Harvey, 
Agent. 



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Au^lin-Friars, January 26, 1804. 
''JijOtice h hereby ^ivrn to the Ciiptnin, Oarers, and 
■^ * Cnmpan'us nf H'li Mojefly's Ships Ctfar, Vener- 
able, Pompee, Hannibal, /luiliiciouSy oiiperb, Spencer, 
ThameSy anil Calpe, and the Crenv uf the Hired /irmed 
Brig Louija, ti-ho lucre aBuaUy on board ihcir refpec- 
ti-ve Ships on the Mi and nth of J.idy l8or, that an 
ylccoinit of Head Money received for the San /Inioine, 
Heal Carlos, ami San Nermiiiigiido, ivdl be depuftled in 
the Regifiry af tjie High Court of Admiralty, agreeable 
to Atl- of Parliament. 

P. ond H. Le Mcfurier, ABing Agents. ' 

Brirtol, Dcctmlier li, 1803. : 

Notice is hereby given, tiiat the Paitncrihip lately car- 
licii oil by us theunderfi^ned MArtin Holhrchc the 
YounuLi' and John W'ingrove, in the Cities of Biitol.ind 
•Coventry, in 'tile Trades of Manuf'Aiflurers of Ribbons :tnd 
'Stulfs, and Warefioii(c-men, umler the -Firms of Holheche 
.and Winjrrove, and Holbeche and Company, was by nu.'tua! 
. Conleiit diliolveil oil the Jjd oi Novcmlier lull. 

Martin Holbichc. jun. 
yohn •ll'ingrove. 

Notice In hereby given, that the Partnerfliip lately fub- 
IilHng Ijetween u^ the uiiderfi^ned Joliph SpurrcH and 
'i:lizabetlv3\cmble,of Old Filh-Sticct: Hill, in the City of I.on- 
-rfon, Sunai-Refiners- and Copartners, under the Firm of Jo- 
4''ph SpnrrcUanJ Company, was dillolved on the ill! Day of 
July lall by mutual Coiilcnt : As witncfs our Hands this 
" s;th Day of Janua.^ 1^04, Jofeph Spurred. 

'Elir^abeth Kemlle. 

Pall-Mail, January ai, 1804. 

THE FartneTlhip betvi-cen fnhiv Crook and George Kyllon, 
%vhich had lately been dilfolved, being aj^ain renewed, 
' they reli>e£ltnlly inform the Puldic in geneial.tbat the Bufinefs 
will be carri'd on as utual. under the Firm of Crook and 
'Eyllon, at tluir old.eftahlilhcd Houfe, the Uoldcn-Ball, Pall- 
flvilU, Lundoo. Witnels our Hands, 

^ohn Crook. 
George Eyflon. 

"TV TOticc is hereby given, that the Partnerihip heretofore 
^ \ lubfilling between John l.eake and David Kiilon, car- 
r\'ing r)n the lUirmels t>f Joiners and Carpi.nlers, at Wake- 
' field, in the Connty of York, was dillolved on the 5th Day 
.of June i8o2, by mutual Confcnt : Aswitncfs our Hands 
llii;> 24tli Day of January 1804, 

yiihn l.eiki. 
David Kil/un. 

^TOlice is hereby given, that the Partnerihip lately fub- 
^ fillintr between Hi;nry Birch and Jofeph Parkinlim, 
■■b'lth of Sbcflicld, in the County of .York, Cutlers, trading 
■ 1-nider the Firm of Henry Birch and Co. was this Tiny dil- 
folved by mutual Confcnl. All Debts owing by the faid 
C'ympany will be c^iJi:har^cd by tlie faid Henry Birch, who 
' is auihorifed to receive the Debts owing to the laid CVuicein. 
..Dated this l^lhDay c|-jani:iiy 1804. 

Henry Birch. 
Jofeph -Pufkinfen. 

January 13, l'S04. 

Notice is hereby given, that xhi: PaitiR-rOiip between 
Iilcek, Buckley, and Co. of Croli-Keys-Yaid, Jicr- 
mondfey, is dilTolved by mutual Coulent, I'ltr Bufuiels in 
future will be caiiicd on by IVlr. Buckley ali^nc. \S itncls 
.Qur HanJj, Jno- Uleek. 

'Jai. BucLley 
'Jafeph Hujfam. 
'iValter Meek. 

Notice is hereby given, that the'Partnerft.ip TubfifUng 
between Richard Cox, John Smith, and John .Smith, 
uin. In the Banking Concern, canied at .Oxforw under the 
■ /irm of Richard Cox, John Smith, and Co. was this Day 
diliijlvEd by mutual Coul'tnt i :uid ali '.hr; Debts owing to 



antl by the faid Firm will be receive. I and dilchir»ed hy t1« 
(aid Richard Cox: As witncfs our Han'ds this 14th Day ^ 
January 1S04, Rich. Cox. 

J. Smith. 

y. Smith, jim. 

Notice is lereby r;ivcr, that the Copartneifliip lately 
carried on liy u.s, in the Fiim of fiarle and Buirel!, 
was this D.iv by mutual»Con(cnt dillolved ; and ti-.at Jelepii 
BurrcU will continue the liullnefs on his own Accuunt, tit 
No. 25, Fiiday-.Sticet, Clie.ipfide. Witnels our Hands thif 
nth Day of November iScj," Sohnwtt Earle. 

Jofeph Burred. 

Notice is hereby given-, t'-at the Partnctfhip lately car- 
lied on at No. 12, Olii l.iilc-Strect, I.cicerter-Squarr, 
in the Couijty of Mitldleso;, by Thomas Hutchinlon .nid 
Robert Hutchinibn,Curricis, is dillolved by mutual Conlcnt; 
and that all Debts iluc to and owing from them, U|) to the 
,Ull Day of December laft, will he •.•cceived and ji-iid by the 
laid Thomas Hutchlr.ron, who will continue the Bullnels oti 
liis own Account. Witnels tlieir Hands this aid Day -ji 
January 1804, Robert Hutchinjon. 

Thomas Hutchinfon. 

Harwich, December 28, 1803. 
TT^E, Phillips Feniilngs and Thrmias Sliearnnn, of Hai- 
VV wich, in the-Countv of F.nex, do hereby give Notice, 
that the.P.^itnerlTlip between us, and wliich w.is carried •<>« 
under the Firm and Addition ol Meliis. Fennings and shear- 
man, Ship-Agents, has been diliolved. 

Ph. Fennings. 
T. Shearman, 

THE Partnerlliip between John Terr^' and JoSt. Fuggle, 
late of Maidllonc, m the County of Kent, 'Failors, 
Drapers, Hofiers, and Hal>erdalhers, wis dillolved on the 8th 
Day of AugiilV lad by mutual Conlent. .(^11 Perlbiis having 
any Demands on the laid Partnerihip are requelled to fend an 
Account thereof to Mr. Charles Topping, Attorney at Law, 
at Maidftone aforefaid, for Adjullment and -Payment; aint 
all Perlons intiebted to the (aid Prrto.rlhip are requelled to 
pay theii refpeftive Debts to the faid Charlei Topping, wh» 
is duly aulhorifeil to receive the lame. Dated this nth D»y 
of Januar)' 1804, John Terry. 

John Fuggle. 

WHereas the Partnerihip carried on by Thomas Ryley, 
John Roe, and Richard Newcomb, all of the Citv of 
Coientry, Watch and Clock-Makers, un<ler the Firm of 
Ryley, Roe, and Ne.vcomh, was this Day diliolved by mutual 
Cunfcnt, as far as relperts the faid RiJiard Newciimh, ar.d 
the Trade will in future be carried on bv the faid ihomak 
Ryley and John Roe ; all Pciions who Hand indebted to tJie 
■ faid Trade and Partnerlliip are requelted to piy thi jr 
Debts to the faid Thomas Riltry and .John Roc, who arc 
duly auihoril'ed to receive the lame :. .\i witnrlii our Hanxls, 
this 23d Day of January 1804, fhos Riley. 

Jijhn Roe. 
Rich. Newcoml. ■ 

Birmingham, l^-tli January 1804. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerihip lul.lilling 
between JofepliEnirrton and- .Samuel Fuggiris, borli 
of Birmingham, Ki the County o!' Warwi..-k, j.-wcllets and 
roy-M,ikL-r!, under the lii;:! of Kmerlbn and Buggins, wcs 
this Day dilloU-ed by mutual Conlcnt; and that all Debts 
due to and from the faid Parinerihip 'will be received and 
paid by the faid Jofeph Emeilon, who will carry the faid 
Trades on his own ft;parete Account: Ai witiiefs iheir 
Hands, this ij'th Day of Januaiy 1804, 

Jofeph F.merfon. 
Siaiii. Buggir:s. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Par'ncrlhip hetv.-c.?.-, 
Philip Wifslicen and Gtotge Jan'es Dnjscke, rariied 0.1 
under the Firm of Wiislicen and Dopcke. of J.ittic .St. 'J h-j- 
mas ApollI'', London, Merchants, is dilFolvd by mulu*i 
Confent. Philip li'ifdiccn. 

Get. James D«pch. 



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AVERAGE PRICES OF BRITISH CORN, 

By the Qiiarter of Eight Winchester BuHicls, an.l of OATMEAL per Boll of I4clbl. 
Avoirdupois, from the Returns received lu the Week ended the 2illol January 1804. 



INLAND COUNTIES. 



Middkfex, • 

Suney, • 

Hertford, - 

Bedford, - 

Huntingdon, 

Northampton, 

Rutland, 

Leiceller, - 

Nottingham, 

Derby, 

Stafford, 

Salop, 

Hereford, - 

Worcetler, 

Warwick, - 

Wilts, 

Berks, 

Oxford, 

Bucks, 

Brecon, 

MontgonKty, 

Radnor, 

DHlrifl*. 

fEflex, 
iR^Kent, 

( Suffex, 

, t Suffolk, 

2'' [ Cambridg<;, - 

3d Norfolk, 

, i Lincoln, 

4^'' I York, 

j Durham, 
5^" ) Northumberland, 

J Cumberland, 
oth I Wcllniorland, 

f LancaiU'r, 
7"»|cheller, 

/■ Flint, 

\ Denbigh, - 

-/Anglclea, - 

I Carnarvon, 

\^ Merioneth, 

! Cardigan, - 
Pembroke, 
Carmarthen, 
GlamorgaiH 
( Gloucclter, 
EOth ^ Somerlet, 



«th 



Hit 



12 



( Moomouth, 
I Devon, 
) Cornwall, • 
V Dorlet, 
^ I Haul^ ? 



Wheat. 
s. ,1. 
o 
o 
o 
o 

5 

6 
6 
I 

4 
4 
8 

5 



Rye. 
i. d. 



54 

52 

50 
48 

43 
5» 
55 
53 
59 
5« 
52 
47 
45 »o 



45 
53 
49 
53 
49 
5' 
49 



46 II 
46 s 



3* 
35 
31 



6 
2 


31 







32 





32 
32 
33. 


6 


z 







— 




32 








Barlcv. 

24 o 

23 7 

21 6 

20 I 

18 8 



19 10 
19 6i 
21 8 



24 

26 

25 
24 
24 



23 8 

25 o 



23 

23 
21 

22 

25 
16 

23 



Oats. 
s. d. 

25 
22 

20 

'9 
•7 
iS 
18 

19 
21 
20 

23 

22 

23 
24 
23 
21 
22 
20 
22 

2J 

iG 
20 



Beam. Peali;. Oatmeal. Beeror Big, 
s. d. 1. J. J. d. 1, d. 



4 


36 


3 


40 


I 


b 


37 





40 


3 


4 


32 


9 


37 


9 


8 


29 


8 


34 


7 


4 


24 


It 


30 


4 


JO 


V 





32 


<j 


6 


33 







— 


4 


33 


10 


47 


1 


2 


30 


6 




— 


10 
4 


40 

44 


4 
5 


40 









7 


44 


5 


42 


ti 


/ 


43 


2 


42 


4 


1 1 


40 


2 


44 


7 


2 


3« 


6 


52 


4 





40 


4 


35 





8 


35 


t) 


35 





5 


31 


1 1 


.S4 


2 


1 

4 


33 


7 


38 

34 




8 


2 
7 




%1 
41 


4 
3 







57 


3 


20 


7 


30 


9 


32 


6 


63 


•7 


60 


2 



45 9 



8; 36 o 

44 <5 
67 10 



MARITIME COUNTIES. 



1 53 


10 


5S 


2 


53 


10 


47 


10 


44 





49 


3 


48 


6 


49 


4 


49 


9 


46 


lO 


5i 


11 


53 


10 


57 


Ji 


52 


4 


49 


4 


54 


3 


9« 





5^' 





5« 





45 


I 


56 


5 


55 


7 


49 


4 


54 


8 


5' 





57 


7 


53 


6 


5' 


3 


49 






30 


21 8 

25 6 

26 7 
20 6 






31 10 


20 
ly 6 

20 8 
22 1 


26 3 
31 10 


36 
41 4 
43 2 


22 1 

26 4 
25 10 

27 

27 3 

28 4 

27 4 










48 


25 2 
27 6 
ly 2 

21 6 

22 


1 


1 


27 8 
22 7 

24 

25 4 

26 













26 10 
21 JO 




23 J 





I26 

25 

:0 

'3 
18 

117 

'9 
21 
20 
22 

22 
25 


4 
9 

4 
4 
8 

7 

5 



3 

2 
2 


1 


3' 
34 


9 
1 1 


31 

3« 
44 
34 
28 

32 


6 

6 

7 


1 















30 
27 
28 

29 
37 


I 

8 
7 
3 

c 


48 


6 
















42 


8 








■ 


32 





















44 
44 



4 


68 





21 

21 


9 
3 


22 I 




3^ 
38 


jfi 
5 




20 
16 

'9 

iS 

'5 
16 
16 

'9 

22 
22 


I 

6 

6 

10 

1 1 



8 

J 1 

5 
2 


48 





38 

42 
36 


2 

I 











40 
40 





























34 


4 


















"~~ ^""^ 


20 
t8 
24 

24- 


9 
7 

J 


























40 


4 



















AVERAGE of ENGLAND and WALES. 

I 51 4 I 34 ' h3 4 I 20 8 I 35 0I38 9 I 42 8 I 22 , 



[ 1^9 ] 

AVERAGE PRICES of BRITISH CORN in SCOTLAND, 

By the Quai'ter of Eight Winchestkr. Buniefs, and of OATMEAL per Boll of i281bs. 
Scotch Troy, of the Four Weeks immediately preceding the 15th of January 1804. 



Difttifls. 



COUNTIES. 



fFife, 

Kinrofs, - 

Clackmannan, 

Stilling, - 

Linlithgow, 
jjth^l Edinburgh, 

Haddington, 

Berwick, - 

Roxburgh, 

Selkirk, - 

Peebles, - 

Dumfries, • 

I Wigton, - 
I Ayr, 

_ Kirkcudbright, 
'Argyle, - 
I Dumbarton, 

Lanerk, - 
I Renfrew, - 
^Bute, 

Orkney and Shetland, 

Caithnefs, 

Sutherland, 

Rofs and Cromarty, 

Invcrnefs, 

Nairn, » 
', Elgin, - 

Banff, - 

Aberdeen, 

Kincardine, 

Forfar, - 

Perth, - 



Wheat. 
s. d. 



Rye. 

!. d. 



Earley. Oats. 
s. d. s. d. 



Beans. Peafe. Oatmeal. BeerorBir. 
J. d. t. d. s. d, J. d. 



i4th 



55 th- 



l6th< 



47 1' 
49 6 

47 1' 

46 6 

48 7 
51 4 

47 7 
42 
^6 
47 8 




22 I 


22 I 
ig 6 

21 2 

21 3 

22 5 
22 3 
20 8 
18 8 

'7 4 
18 8 


32 3 

20 10 

34 3 
30 

32 5 
36 -.2 
30 10 


32 3 
20 10 

34 3 

30 

32 5 
iS c 

31 1 
29 4 

25 10 

26 4 


19 
i7 6 
19 
19 

18 8 
17 8 

19 

15 

'5 9 
i6 
.6 3 

16 4 
16 
iS 8 
i8 8 
23 

20 10 

20 

21 9 
21 


19 . 6 




21 10 

22 6 

22 8 
22 3 
20 1 
18 8 
20 I 
22 4 








21 2 




' 




' 




■ 


















49 
44 
48 






18 
16 

21 
18 

22 










22 8 
27 
21 8 


38 


38 


18 s 
23 » 











46 I 

S3 4 

52 10 

No 

No 




26 8 
25 10 


38 7 
37 10 
42 II 


37 9 
37 >o 
42 II 






26 5 

24 5 
21 






21 10 






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24 D 
24 
22 2 
21 4 

17 4 

17 6 
n 

18 2 
18 3 








33 9 

36, 6 

3t 4 
30 
22 4 


20 9 




J 


32 


47 










40 
+ ' 9 


20 2 
24 6 

19 I 

21 5 

ig 10 

22 I 

20 7 


40 

41 9 
32 5 


40 

41 9 
32 5 




3S 2 
46 5 








19 <> 










22 


47 I 
46 2 




21 3 
20 3 






22 




32 3 


32 3 









AVERAGE of SCOTLAND. 

I 47 3 I 40 JO I 24 4 I 20 8(34 8 | 33 4 | 19 



o J 22 3 



AVERAGE PRICES of BRITISH C0RN, by which EXPORTATION and BOUNTY. 

are to be reo-ulated* 



V/heat, 
per Qr. 
s. 



iflDillrift, « 
2i 

3A 
4th 
5th 
(th 

7th 

8th 

9tli 

loth 

nth 

12th 

13th 

14th . 

15th 

1 6th 

N.B. T)ie T:i;nttfd 



50 
46 

45 
48 
48 

53 
56 

55 
5' 
52 
55 

5c 
47 
47 
50 
44 



d 

s\ 

lol 

3 

7 

2 
II 

o 

3 
6 
I 

9 

3 
6 
o 

9 
1 1 



Rye, 

per Qr. 

s. d. 
32 

3' 

*34 

26 

36 
41 

*34 
4.-J 

*34 
*34 
*34 
*34 
*40 
*40 
*40 
40 



o 

10 

I 

3 
o 

II 
I 
o 
I 
I 
1 
I 

10 

10 

lo 

10 



fiailey, 
per Qir. 
s. (/. 

24 
20 



'9 
20 
22 
26 

27 
26 
21 

23 
26 
22 
21 

23 
26 

27 



Oats, 
per Qr. 

s. d. 

8 



21 

'7 
18 
18 
20 
22 

25 
>9 

17 

22 

'9 

24 
20 
18 
23 
21 



Beans, 
per Of 
t. 

3' 
ig 
28 

30 
♦36 
*36 

44 

48 

*36 

J'^ 

♦36 

40 

30 
33 
39 
36 



Peafe, Oatmeal, BcerorBir. 
per qr. perBoll. per Qi. 
s. 



s. 

36 
33 
32 
30 
32 
*38 
63 

38 

40 

*38 

*38 

*38 

29 

38 

39 

36 



d. 

9 

10 

1 

o 

o 

9 

o 

5 
o 

9 
9 
9 

8 
o 
6 
7 



d. 

81 
6 



42 

48 

'42 8 

42 8 

•42 8 

*42 8 

21 8 

38 10 

"42 8 

*42 8 

*42 8 

*42 8 

17 6 

17 5 

2' 3 
20 2 



"22 

*22 

*22 

•22 

*22 

*22 

2Z 

*22 

*22 

•22 

.»22 

*22 

20 

20 

22 

; 23 



4 

5 
II 



n-ainfl which Ancri-'V.s, are placed, are the General Average Prices of ENcr.'.NO escept tlie 
roi'R DJlHUls, which jre the Gcticr,-,! Avenge Prices ofScoriANB. 



PiiUi/he^ by Avthor'ity of Parliameni, 

JoHs- J/»MEs Catherwoop, Rrcci-vtr of Corn Returns 



t 



150 



] 



THE AVERAGE PRICE of BROWN or MUSCOVADO SUGAR, 

Computed from the Returns made for the Week ending the Jjth Day of J^.mary 1804, 

Ts Forty-Jive Shillings and Three Penes Halfpenny per Hundred Weight, 

Exclufive of the Duties of Cuftoms paid or payabU. thtrcoii on the .1m.pok.tation tlititof 
into Great Britain. 
Grocirs' Hall, £y Authority of Parliament, 

January z8, 1804. Henry NEXTtEsHipy, Cicii of the Groceu' Company 



NOtiee is htreby gi»CB, that tht PirtnerUiip betwctn 
Jonathjn Whitley and Benjamin Cra(Ve, of cht Ci'.v 
of Norwich, BritkUyers, is this Day dilliUcd bynnnu;!! 
Confeiit. All Perfons who have any Dtmands agaiiut the 
faid Jonathan Whitley and Benjamin Crilkc, ai Copaitncis, 
ire dcfircd to fend an Account of the lame to the iaitl Jons- 
than Whitley immediately, in order that the lame iniy be 
dilchjrged; and.all Perlons who lland indebted to the laid 
Piitneilhip aie requeued to pay thvir rtfpcrtive Dclits to 
tl>e laid Jonathan Whilley,who is duly authoiifed to tcccive 
^he fame. 'n' 

Jonalhun + IvI.nUy . 

Mark 

Ber.jamm Crnjhe. 

Notice is herrty giren, that tlie Copartnerfhip b'tly 
lu', filhnj' between Thomas Haw-Jics, John Jtlloii, 
iohii fiiecn Ames,' tjamucl Fcteday, and Willia.n Hallcn, 
l'iie-BiickiVlaT>ufa(ftitrcrs, wa5 this Uav dilfolvcd by mutual 
Conlent; and all Perluns indclued to the laid Concern arc 
rrqu. lied to pay thei< rclpcMaive Dciits into the Hands of 
Mr. William Hallcn, Wolverhampton, who i-s J dy autlioiilfd 
to i»ive proper Diicharpcs for llie fame. Witnefs our rt- 
fpcrtJTcHands tbis ijd-Diy. of Oc'lolHr i8oi, 

7 has Hdiiihes. 

foljll jfljp'l'- 
yjm Green /Imet. 
Snm Fere Jay . 
, .William H., Hen. 

•*-f7Hjrtas 1 Spanifli and Morocco Leather Mannfa<-. 
"VV «"'*■ fi'uatc m the Spa^iload, Beilmmdfev, has been 
carried on nndei the I'iriM of M. Hynvans and Co. Notice is 
hereby [riven, that the Copartncilliii> under that I irm ha- 
been 'by mutual Content this Day dillolved ; and ^11 Debt. 
due under that >ir.n to he- paid I y Mr M. H)mans, No. 7 ' 
txeter-Ktreet, Strand. Wimelb our Hands this IJtli Day ol 
Taiiu3ry 1804. H- Hym-ns. 

M. Tobiau 

TV."' Oticc is herehv given, that the I'artnerlhip lately ful>- 
[\ liltinjt hetweei; John Ireland ind Charlei Agar Hunt, 
of the tlniveifity of Oil.itd, Apothecaries, was diflolved 
uwn the nth Day of September lalt, f.oiu which T .me the 
DufinefswillbecarueJon by the li-.id Job;. IrJand alone, 
who is authorifed lo receive all Debts due to the faidtopart- 
nerlhip. jL>ated January lylh 1804. , , ,, ' 

Jtohn.ltclnnd. 
Charles yJ^ar Hunt. 

\Vi»an, 24th tlecember iSo.t. 

Notice is hereby given, ihat the karvneilhip heretofore 
fubfining between lameJ l^eigh, Roger. LeiKh, T homas 
. l^tham, and Richard Meir Allbuty, in the ManutaOi.nng ol 
Earthen Ware, at Wigan, in tb- County of LancaQcr, uii- 
dtr the Firm of James Uigh and. Co. was dillolved by mu- 
tual Confcot on the nth JOay of Novemb. 1 lall. Witnels 
.•ui Haods, .7'" Leigh. 

T'humai Lntham. 
Riger Leigh. 
R. M. 4Jlbury. 

THE Partntrftiip lately fubfiflinj; betwetrn William 
Welch, John Williams Keenc, and Thomas JJnrbury, 
-«f Birmingham, Faflors and Copartncis, (trading uadct the 



Firm of W'lliam We.)ch, Kerne, and To.) is this Day di""- 
folvtd by Huitual Coii/'eut. AU Debts.due and owinj; to and 
from the laul Copartnerlhip, r- lative to their laid 'I'rade av 
FaCtdis, will b<: 'duly liquidated by the (aid William Welcli 
and John '^\"iHiams Kctrne, who are dul> aiitliorifed to pei • 
torm the far.ie, and by whom "the laid 'IVade will in futm- 
be co'itinutd : .As vvituefs our Hands reipe^lively this 2j".K 
Day of Jajiuary 1804, IVm. H'ekh. 

J. W. Keem: 
Ihos. Noibury, 

London, Janu-iy 14, 1804. 

T, T 7^ Morris jn .^d^'ertifemcnt appeai-a! in the (. t^itt of 

\'V Dtcrnil.er ;,i, 180.^. fijned i};'iatz hdl.r von mIuvj):, 

Jacob Fr. von der Null, and Jolepli Riinur, the ;T.;jiimin;j 

oi which .-dvertifcment contains the follmvini; ; 

" Whereas the IMvilcj^ed Imperial tommtrcial Concern 
" of Mr. lj;natz E«!ler vnn Sclrvvib, Uilhcrt-) caiii-ii o\\ 
" undei the Finn of Schwab and C'ompajiy, ai;d cMiduifcd 
" ill Vienna and London, by the lt:vcrjl Partners, Im:. been 
" dilVulved by a Pluiality of Voices, Iwt more jiar ieiilarly 
" by the late Detuife of one (»i the Partners. Mr. Thomas I'.r- 
" iach^ b(»tli tlie Partnerfliip, the Term of which has expired, 
" and the foi mer Firm of Schwab and Company, will hence-, 
" forth cenfc to. cTtilt. — " 

I the undeifij{Jicd the refident Partner in London, of the 
Houli- Sclnvab and Company, moll folemnly.protclt a;;,iinll 
any i;illoluttoii, or the l'o^^er ot the i'luiality of Voices 
towards a Dillolution, or the Pretenci s'lhat the Partnerlhip 
nas been dillolved by. the Deniil'c of Mi -T. Kiiifch .and that 
the Teriti ot Paitneirtiip has expiu-d, ^^-very . fj-ne of thelc 
Aireriiou, beinj;, in my Judgment, in direc"! C'.ntraditlioit 
'o the Woik.1, and .Scufe of the Articles of Paitnerlhip en- 
tered into bctweeji theTailiieis ol tbealioie Houfe. 

JOHANN VON HARING. 

Will of JOHN GRANT, I-'ioiiie, 
TT7Hetcas John IJrant.Efii; lite «f HUI Street, BcrJiUy. 
V\ Square, London,^ and ot'.'s^'altham-Plact in thrCoonty 
of Berks, and one of the l'arin< rs in the i !i nl'c ot Medrs. 
Pybu.s, Call,f;iailt. and Male, B.mkeis, in Bond Street, Lon- 
don, died Oil the 8th of January inilar.r. and. no Will of ihc 
faid JAhn Gri.'.t hovinp been found beaiin;i Hate (uliltijuent 
to thu Mo.itli of Augull 1787; il any I'etfon Ihould be in 
iVilltllion of a Will 01 the laid John <;rant, of a fubftquent 
Date, or lho;ild have written, piepaied. or v.itnelled any 
Will of the laid John Hrant, finee the Month of Angull 
1787, and will ;;ive Information relative to Inch AV ill to 
Crolsheld and Moore, No 1 1. Saliibury-Sticft, Strand, they 
Ihall be rewaided for their 1 rouble. Dated the IJth Day of 
Januaiy 1S04. 

Cn Y OF rUBLIN TONTINE. 

' T^IIF. Sublcribcrs to the J.iie .Anmiitics, -granted by the 
_f Coiporation of the City of Dublin on the 24ih Day of 
June 177^', who are to be paiil thtii Imercrt in Lon<lon, may 
receive Hall a Year's Annul y due at (,'hiillmas lalf, by ap. 
plyin"; to Mr. M'illiam Conii.^ham. No. it, Union-Court, 
Old Broad-Street, every Wtdiielday from Ten o'clock till 
Two. 

The Subfcribers to bring with them their Bonds, and > 
Certificate of the Life of 'he Komlnee. 

It is rcqucfted, that in cafe of Death, 'Notice may be 
given as above, for the future Dencfit asd Regulation of eiok 
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TO r.ROCERS, TFA DF.ALERS. 
Ixafeliold Prcmifes, Piccadilly — Uox of Plate, i5cc. 
^J ^O be fold by Au^ioii by Mr. Gibbons, on Saturday Fc- 
^ bruary the 4th, at'Onc o'clock, at Guildhall, London, 
before the major Part of tiie CommiiTioncrs named and 
authoriled in a CommilTion awarded and ifliied ajrainft Ed- 
ward Kaglelnn, tiie valuable Leafe of a fubitantial Dwellinj^- 
■ Houlj;, mnit delirably iituated No. 74, Piccadilly, the Corner 
of the C^atcway to the Three Kings Inn, being an old ella- 
Miflifd Shop in the Grocery and Tea Trade, held for Seven 
Yur^ and Three Qn:trlers, from Michaelmas 1802, (wanting 
Ten Days) at 1571.105. the Landlord paying all Taxes 
whatever. Snndiy Plate in Mugs, Spoons, Bottle Stands, 
^ic, and a few Plated Articles. 

'1 be viewed Two Days previous to the Sale, where Par- 
ticulars may be had; the Plate to be viewed the Morning 
of Sale at the Brokers, No. 3, Buckledbury, Che^pfide. 

TO be fold, purfuant to a Decree and fubfequent Order 
of the High Court of Chancery made in a Caulc Omcr 
ao^ainfl Omer, bcfoie John Ord, Klq; one of the Matters ot 
the laid Court, in or aljotit the Month of March i8o,i, at the 
Piitilic Sale-Room of the Court, in Soiithampton-Bifildings, 
Chancery-Lane, I^oudon, in Lot?, Several yeaily Fee Faim 
Rents, iHiiing out of certain Premiles at Bath, in the County 
o( Somerd-t; and a Freehold ElHte, confining of Catlgrovc- 
Houfe and other Prcmifcs, fituate on the Bank of the River 
Kfnnett, at i-leading, in tlie County of Berks, formerly Part 
of the Eftate of Thomas Omcr, Efq; deceafed. 

The Day of Sale will ihortly be advertifed, and printed 
Particulars may be then, or before, had (gratis) at tiie faid 
Mailer's Chambers in Sonth.''.mpton-Bulldings a fore fa M ; at 
the Offices of Mr, U'ainwright,. Solicitor, No. 4, Field-Court, 
Gray's-Inn; Mr. Netherfole, and Me^rs. Parker, Palmer, 
and Ciippage, Solicitors, No. 15 and 37, in Elfc^-Street, in 
the Strand, London ; of Mr. George Watti and Mr. Luke 
Kvill, Solicitois, at Bath; at the Crown Inn, Reading ; the 
Red-Lion Inn, at Henley-upon-Thamcs ; the Sun Inn, at 
Mrddcnhead ;. and at tJie George and Pelican, at Newbury, 
Berks. 

PUrfuant to a Decree of the High Court oF Ch:incery 
made in a Caufc Wickham againll Collins, tht? next of 
Kin of Heilcv Coombe.^ late of Faulklaiid, in ihe Parilli of 
Hemii^ton, in llie County of Somerlct, Spiiilter, deceafed, 
who were living at tlie "I'ime of- her Death, (wjiich iiappened 
in the Month of May i8oo,j snd are now living, and the 
Perlonal Reprefentativc or Reprefentativcs oi' fuch of them 
as liave fiRce died, are, on or liefore the 291b Day of Fe- 
bruary 1S04, to come- in and prove their Kindred and Rc- 
prelentilion before John Ord, Efq; one of the P.Iafkrs of 
the laid Court, at his Chambers In Southampton-RuiUiings, 
Cbancwv-Laue, LondoM, or in Default tliereol thfv will be 
pertmptorily excluded the Benefit of the faid:Deci*J. 

PUrfumt to a Decree of the High Court-cf Chancery made 
in a Caule wherrlr. Caroline Aiartha HiUon, an Infant, by 
lier nL'Xt Fi lend, ia Plaint id, and Robert Hilton and -others 
arc DeferiJants, the Creditors of William IMooie, late of" 
Hoddcidan, in the Connty of Herts, Gentleman, tlrccaled, 
are to come in and pri>vt: iheir Delit-i before Alexander Pop- 
ham, Efq; one of the Maiiers of the laid Comt, at liis 
Chambers in Southampton-Buildings, Chancciy-L^.ne, Lon-- 
don, on cr before the 23d of February next, or in Default 
tbcieof tlicy will be pereuiptorily excluded the Benefit oi 
the fuid Decree. 

PUrfuant ta a Decree of the High Court, of Chancery 
_^ made u: a Caufe Barnes verlus Barnes, the Crc<lilors 
of Edmund BarncSj iate of HendoR, in the Couuty of Mid- 
<iiefex, Gcn'litmaUt dtceafcd, are perfonally, or. by their So- 
licitors, loxryme in ^nd prove ihtir Debts before tiir William 
M'cller Pepys, Biironet, one of ihe Maftcrs of the faid 
Court, at his Chamhersin ^..utban-.pton-Buildings,Chancery- 
l,ar,e, Loncor., on or hefere the 30th oI Much- i8oj, or in 
l^efaiil: Uicreof ;hey will be excluded the Bench: of the laid 
Dccrtc. 

THF CreGit<)rs of John Morrlfon, Ute a Captai.t in the 
Service of the Honorable Eart India Company on the 
, J^fngal EOtibliihment, deceafed, are rvqueilcd to fend ihe 
r JF^niculars of thtir Clain:s, together with the NiiLurc of their 

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Securities (if any) to Mr Jackfun, No. 1, Garden-Court, 
Temple, Solicitor to the Executors in Engl.LiiJ, in order th.i: 
the liinie may lie i?xan-.ined .ind dilcharged ; and to whom 
all Peifons iiidebted to the (aid Ellate are requiied to pay 
their refpeiftive Debts forthwitli. 

THE Creditors who have proved tiieir Dehts jinder a 
Comniiilion of Bankrupt, awaided and idiied ugainlt 
John Mufnian, of I.awrence-i'uuntney-J.ane, London, Mer- 
chant, (carrying on Biifinefs in Partiierlhip with Jolin Baptift 
Davallon, under the Firm of J. B. Davallon and Co.) arc re- 
queued to meet the A(li);nees of tl>e Eftate and Effeft* ot 
tlie faid Bankrupt, on the jilt Inftant, at Two in the Aftei- 
nnon prccifcly, at John's Coflee-Houfe, Cornhill, to allent to 
or dilFent from the faid AlTIgneesdilpofing of the Iloulehold 
Furniture, at the appraifed Value tlicrcof ; and coninitncinjf, 
proCecuting, or defending any Suit or Suits at I. aw or in 
F;quity for Recovery of any Part of the faid Bankrupt's Rftatc 
andEffefts; or to the compounding, fubmitting to Arbitr.i- 
tion, or otiierwife agreeing any Matter or 'liling relating 
thereto; and on other fpecial AH'airs. 

'^r'KE Creditors wjio iiave proved tiitir Debts under a 
X CommilTion of Bankiupt awarded and illucd forth 
againft Stephen Faulkner, of Manchefter, in the County of 
Lancaller, Cotton-Manufaituier, Dealer and Chapman, arf 
defired to meet the Aihgncts of the faid Bankrupt's Ertai- 
and Effects, on the 2d of February next, at Ten o'clock in 
the Forenoon, at the Houfe of Richard Jones, the Uoldeii ■ 
Lion inn, in Mancheiler afurclaid, in order to allcntlto or 
dillent from the faid Ailignecs compromiting, or othcrvvi!-' 
agreeing, with certain Perfons for the Delivery up to th^ 
faid AlTignees of certain Properly and Securities, bclonginif 
to the Eftate.and Effeflsof tiie f.iid Biin-kruptjin the Hand, 
of fuch Perfonsupon which tiiey claim to have a Lien ; and 
the faid Creditors are to take into Confidcration a Propota'- 
made by the faid Bankrupt for paying to his Creditors ;i 
Compofrtion in DUcharge of his Debts, upon Condition of 
tlie (aid CommilTion being liiperl'eded ; .and alio toaIii;nt to 
dilTcnt from the faid AlTigntes commencing, profeciiting, or 
defending any Suit or Suits at I.aw or in I'quity, for Reco- 
very of any Part of the (aid Cani'.iupt's Eftate and Elfccts : 
or to (he compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, or otlisr- 
wile agreeing,any A'fatter or Thing relating thereto. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Detts under a 
Comm'illion of Bankrupt awarded and id'aed IcK'u 
againft' William Thompfon, of Dean-Street, in tiie Borough 
of Southwark, in the County of Surrey, Mcr:h*nt, and the- 
nezer I,eadbenter, of M<»i->.PIace, l.ambeth, in the laid 
County of Surrey, Merchant, andlate Copartners, (and lately 
carrying on Trade in Dean-Street aforefaid, under the Firm of 
Thomplbn and I.eadbeater, and aifo lirrviving Partners of 
William Atkinfon, deccaled, heretofore carrying on Trade . 
under the Firm of William Atkinfon and Company,) arc 
defired to meet the AlTignees of the faid Banknipts' Eflatc 
and F.ffjcl*, at Tom'sCoirec-Houtc,in Cornhill. on Wcdnefday 
the lit Day of Feburary next, at One o'Clnck in the Al- 
ternpon,in order to affcnt to or dilTent Irom the fiid AlT^- 
nees commenting, profecuiing, or defending any Action o'r 
Aftions, Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity, touchi^ig, con- 
cerning, or relating to the Eflate, Affairs, 'and Concerns of 
the Partnerdiips carried on by the faid Bankrui ts under the 
F'irm of William Atkiufon and Company, or all, or any, or 
cither of the other Trades or Eufinefs in which tlie (aiil 
William Thompfon was interelied or concerned as a Pai tner, 
or to tlie faid AlTignees agreeing, compounding, or comino- 
mifing the fi'.me, or any or cither of them, or referring am- 
Mattcrs or 'Ihjngs relating thereto refpeftively, or to any or 
either of them, to Arbitration ; and on other fpecial Ah'ijirs. 

""I^HE Creditors of Jolm Gould, of Harvington, in thr 
JL County of Worcef.er, Paper-Manufafaircr, aguinll 
whom a CommilTion of Bankrupt hath been awarded and 
illiied, are defired to meet at the Crown' Inn, in Evefham, in 
the County of V.'orcelfer, on the 4th I')ay of Februaiy next, 
at Thret o'clock in the Afternoon, (being the Day appoiti'od 
for the-Choice of Alligntei,) to aifeut to or dill<.'nt from the 
Afiignccs fo to be chofcn continuing the Biifaiefs of the 
Manufactory till the Stock of Rags, and oti.ci Materials, for 
making Paper are worked up ; and to allcrit to or dillent 
from the faid AlTignees difpoli'iig of the PaiJer to be mpnu- 
faclured therefrom ;a the iiiiiil Way in which the Tiade at 



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■HirrinRton Pnpf r-Mil! has Iieon carried on, or wlictlicr the 
fii.i Rags and other Miterials Ihall be ibid in their prclcnt 
Sute. 

1"'HE Creditors who hnve proved their Dehts under a 
Comniiirion of Uaiiknipt awarded and illiicd ag;tinft 
James Prellon Smart, bte of Hanover-Stnet, Hunovc-i- 
Square, in the County of Middlctex, Tailor, Dealer and Chap- 
man, arc del'i.cd to niret th'' Ani;^nees of the Oid Bank- 
nipt"s liftste and En'efts on Wednclday the 15th U.iy of 
iVbniarv n.xi.at Twelve at Noon prccil'ely, at the Office of 
Mcin.sWcdd and Day, of Gerrard-Street, Soho, to afient 
to or diflrnt from the laid A(Ti;;nees idling and dilpolina; ol 
<-ertain outllanding Debts, due to the faid Bankrupt's Eltatc, 
by private Contrafl; and alfo to ill'cnt to or dilTent from 
the faid Afiiprnees commencino, profccuting, or defending 
any Snit or Snits at f.aw or in Kqnity for the Recovery of 
any Part of the faid Bankrupt's Kllate an. I RUcfls; or 
to the compounding, fubmitting to Arbitration, or otlierwife 
agreeing any Matter or Thing relating thereto; a;id on 
.-thcr fptcial Affairs. 

'"I^^HE Creditors who have proved their Debts uuder a 
X CommilTinn of Bankrnpt awarded and idiicd forth 
a_(fiin(l John Downic, of Oid Broad-Sti'cet, in the City of 
London, Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, arc dclired to 
meet the Artignees of the faid Bankrupt's Hllate and KiTefls 
on V/edncfday next the ill of February, at One o'clock in 
the Afternoon, at the Oliice of Mr. John llaynes, No. 147, 
Kenchuich-Strtet,to alFent to or diffent from the laid Affig- 
iiees fending out Powers of Attorney to Montreal, in .<\me- 
lica, and Demarara, in llic \\'ci\ Indies, authorizing liich 
Perfms asthey inay thirk proper to proceed againft I'crlons 
■refident at Montreal and DLmaraia, to recover ihe Debts due 
from them to the faid Bankru|)t's Ellate; and allii to au- 
thorife fuch Perl'on or Peri'ons to whom the faid Powers of 
Attorney may be fent to fettle, adjuft, and cenipound the 
Debts fo due to the faid Bankrupt's KIbte, if it (hould be 
thought proper ; and alfo to aflcnt to or diffent fioni the faid 
AlTignees commencing, prolccuting, or defending any Suit 
or Suits at I, aw or in Equity for l^ecovery of any Part of 
the faid Bankrupt's Eftate and KtTcfts ; or to the compound- 
ing, fiibmitting to Arbitration, or otherwife agreeing any 
.Matter or Thing relating tliercto ; and on other ipccial 
Alfairs. 

'"|~^Hfe Creditors who have proved their Delits under a 
j[ ConimilTion of Bankrupt awarded and illued ngainll 
John Jackfon, late of I.ove-Lanc, in the City of London, 
Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, (furviving I'ariner of the 
Firm of John Scroeold and John Jackfon, htc of Love-Lane 
aforefaid, Merchants, 1 are requtlKd to meet tlie AlTignees 
of the Ellate and Effeifls of the faid Bankrupt, on the ';th 
of Eebrutiry next, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, at John's 
Coffee- Hoiife, Corniiili, London, (by Adjournment from the 
<llh Inrtant,) to take into Confjderation and detern.ine tlie 
Propriety cither of entering into a further Suhfcription to 
proftcute the Claims of the Credilofs, or of authoiifing the 
-AlTignees to accept a Propofal for purchaling their Rights. 

THE Creditors who have proved, their Debts under a 
Commillion of Bankrupt awarded and ilfued againfl 
William Pontncy.'of Sledmerc in the County of York, Corn- 
f.aOor, Seedlman, Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, are defiicd 
to meet the AITign-es of the faid Eankuipt's EOate and 
Kffefts, on Thurlday the 9th of February nest, at Three in 
the Aftcnoon.at the Re<i-l,ion Ion, in Gieat Diilheld, in the 
faid Countyof Yor-k,to:illentto dillenifrom the fa'd \(Tignees 
comniencing or profecuting any Suit or Sails .tt Law I'V in 
Kquity, lor the Recovery of any Part cf tlie laid Bankrupt's 
Ellate and Effects ; or to the compouniling, fubmitting to 
Arbiiration, or otherwife agreeing any Matter or Thing 
relating therto; and partieuloTy to afTent tior dilTenl from 
the faid Alfrgnees commencing and profecuting a Suit or 
Buits »t Law 01 in Equity ag*i.i;l certain Perfons at Hud- 
dersficl.l, in the faid County ol York ; and on other Ipccial 
Affairs; and the Debtors to the faid Eliate arc rcqucDed to 
pay 'heir refpeciive Debts to the AlTignees, at the above- 
mentioned Time and Place. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commillion of Bankrupt awarded and ill'ucd againd 
Tbamai Clarke, of Liverpool, i:i the County-Palatine of 



Lnncafler, ."Sadler, Dealer and Chap.Tinn, arc defircd to 
TiKct the Adignee of the faid Bankrupt's Eftate and Effects 
on 'Phurfday the id of February nc.\:, at Four o'Cl.uk in 
tl-.c Afternoon, at the Ofliee of Mr. Joleph .Stubhs, in Bir- 
mingham, ill the County of Warwick, to confider of llie 
Propriety of difpofing of the Houlehold Furniture and 
Stock in Trade of the faid Bankrupt by private Con'rait. 
and to author ife the laid .A.ITignee to carry into E;:iel any 
Determination of the faid C'rtdilors thereon ; and alf» toaf- 
lent to or dilfenl from tlir faiil -Mllgnee conn.iencinj;, |:rolccut- 
iiig, or defending any Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity for 
Recovery of any Part of the laid Bankrupl'i FJiate aid 
Effefts; or to the compounding, fubiritling to A.bitratinn, 
or otherwife agreeing any Matter or Thing relating tlieieto; 
and on other fpecial AffaiLs. 

WHereas a ConimilTion of Bankrupt, bearing Date on 
or ;."iout the I7;li lliy ol Decenbcr i8:t, w^s 
awailed and ifliied forth againll William Schultz and Philip 
linger, of Little Britain, in the City ot London, R'lerchants 
and Copartners; This la to give Notice, that the faid Com- 
mifHon is, under the Cereal Seal of the United Kingtloni 
of Great Britain and Ireland, fuperfeded. 



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Hereasa Comniid^on of Bankrupt is awarded and IfTiied 
forth againlt Natlianiel Denhani, of Lime-Street, in 
the City of London, Merchant, and he lieing declared a 
Bankrupt is hereby required to furreiulcr himfelf to the 
Commiflioners in tlie faid Commiffion named, or the major 
i*art of them, on the 4tli aiul nth Days 01" February next, 
and on the loth of Marcli following, at Ten in the Forenoon 
on e.ach Day, at Guildhall, London, and make a lull Dil'co- 
veiy and Difclofui'e of his iiltate and Elfeifls ; when ar.d 
where tlie Cieditors are to come prepared to prove their 
Debts, and at tlic Second Sitting to chufe --Vllignees, and 
at the lall Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to fiiiilh 
his Examination, and the Creditors arc to afient to or diflenc 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. .-^11 Pciions in- 
debted to the laid Bankrupt, or that have any of his ElfeiTs, 
are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the Com- 
milTioners Ihali appoint, but give Notice to R'lj'. Bousficid, 
Bouverie- Street, Fleet-Street, London. 

lT7Hcreas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awmded and 
\' \ illued forth againit William Danney, late of Wind- 
for, in the County of Berks, Apotliccary, Denier and Chap- 
man, iiid lie being declaied a Bankrupt is hereby rei|uired 
to fuirender himfelf to the Com milTioners in the faid Com- 
million named, or the majru Part of lliem, on the .^Olh and 
Jirt of January inllant, and on the icth Day of March 
next, at Six of the Clock in the Evening on each Day, at 
the Bear Inn, in Reading, in the faid County of Berks, and 
make a full Dilrovery ami Difclokire of bis Filiate and 
F.rfcfls; wJien and where tlie Creditors are to come pre- 
pared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chule 
A/lignees, and at the Lall Sitting the Caul Bankrupt is re- 
tpiiied to linilh liis F^xamination, and the Creditors are to 
dlletit to or dillent fiom the Allowance of his Certificate. 
All Perlons indebted to the laid Bankrupt, or that have 
any of his F.ffeif^s, are not to pay or deliver the fame but 
to whom the Commifliioners Ihall appoint, but give Notice 
to Mr. Waldroii, Solicitor, Reading, or MclVrs. Smart anJ 
Thomas, No. 8, Staple-Inn, London. 

WHereas a Commidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
illued forth againfl Nathan Lythgoc, of Liverpool, 
in the County of Lancadi r, Timbir-McKbant, Dealer and 
Cliapnian, and Ire being deelar-cd a Bankrupt 'n lureby re- 
quiied to (iurender himlelf to the Comniidioners in llic faid 
Commilbon named, or tbc major Part of tliem, on the ilf, 
id, and lOth of March next, at One of the Clock in the 
Afternoon on each of the faid Day, at the Globe I'a- 
vern, in John-Street, in Liverpool alorelaid, and make a full 
Dileuvery and Difclofur-e lif \M Ellate and FlHefts ; wIilii 
and where tiie Creditors are to come prepared to provt their 
Debts, anil at the .Second Sitting to cluife Allignees, and at 
the Lad S tting the faid Bankrupt is required to finilh 
his Examination, and the Creditors arc to allent to or dillent 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons in- 
debted to the laid Bankrupt, or that have any of bis Effecis, 
are not to pay or deliver the fame, but to whom the Com- 
niirtiuucrs Ibali appoint, but give Koticc to MtlTrs. Siaiiitliect 



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and Eden, No. 6, Leigh-Street, in Liverpool, or to Mr. 
Thomas Windle, Attorney, Bartlett's-Emldings, Holborn, 
London. 

WHei-fas a Commiinon of Bankrupt is awarded 'and 
iliiied a<;ainlt Maiijarct rmlllin, i.ite of Frillon, in 
the Ccnnty of Siiflblk, (but now a Piilbner in Ipfwich Gaol, 
5n tlie iaid County of Surtblk,) Farmer, Dealer and Chapwo- 
nian, and Ihe beinj; declared a Bankrupt is hereliy required 
to lurrender herrelf to tlie Commiflioners in the faid Com- 
nildion named, or the major Part of them, on the 6th and 
7tli of February nest, and on the loth Day of March fol- 
lowing, at I'en in the Forenoon on each of the laid Days, 
at the Houl'c of John Smith, called or known by the Name 
or Sign of the Bell Inn, in Saxmundham, in the laid County 
of SufTolk, and make a full Dilc;overy and Dilirlolure of her 
Eftate and EtVetlts; when and where the Creditors are to 
come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second 
Sitting to cluife AlTignees, and at the 1. art Sitting the laid 
B.n-.krupt is required to finilh her Examination, and the 
Creditors are to alTent to or tliiient from the Allou-ancc 
of her Certificate. All Perlons indebted to the iaid Bank- 
rupt, or t!iat have any of her Etfccls, are not to pay 
or deliver the lame but to whom the Commidioners (hall ap- 
jioint, but give Notice to Mr. John Rabett, Solicitoi, Carl- 
ton, Suffolk. 

WHereas a CommifTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
illiicd forth againlf Richard Hindlcy and William 
Wakefield, of Mancherter, in the County of l.ancaftcr, M.c- 
nnfaOurcrs, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners, and they 
being declared Bankrupts are hereby required to lurrender 
theml'elves to the Commiflioners in the laid Commiiiion 
named, or the major Part of them, on rile aoth and iiil of 
February next, and on the loth of March following, at Ele- 
ven of the Clock in the Forenoon on each of the (ijid Days, 
at Mr. Jones's, the Golden-Lion, in Manchcrter aforefaid, 
and make a full Difcovcry and Dilclofure of their Eftate and 
Effects; when and where the Creditors are to come pre- 
pared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting 
to chufe Adignees, and at the laft Sitting the laid Bank- 
rupts are required to finilh their Examinations, and the Cre- 
ditors are to aflent to or dilient from the Allowance of 
their Certificates. All Perfiins indebted to the laid Bank- 
rupts, or that have any cf their Effe^s, are not to pay or 
deliver t!ie fame hut to wliom tlie CommiHIoners lliall ap- 
point, but give Notice to Mr. Edwaid Foulkes, Solicitor, 
Manchcrter, or to Mr. John Foulkes, Bury-Place, Blooml- 
bury, London. 

WHereas a CommilTion of Bankrnpt is awarded a.nd 
illued forth againrt William Walton, late of Wrih- 
benhnll, in the Parilh of Kiddcrminrter, in the County of 
AVorccfter, Innkeeper and Liqnor-Mercliant, Dealer and 
Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby rc- 
tjuired to iiirrender himlclf to the Commillioners in the faid 
CommilTion named, or the major Part of them, on the 14th 
and 15th of February next, and on the loth cf March fol- 
lowing, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon on each 
of the laid Days, at the Dwelling-Houfe of Mary Crump, 
known by the Name of the George Inn, in Bewdley, in 
the County of Worcertcr, and make a full Dil'covery and 
Dilclofure of his Ertate and Effefts; when and where the 
Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and 
at the Second Sitting to chul'e AlTignees, and at the Lart 
Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examina- 
tion, and the Credltorsare toalTent to ni- dilient from the Al- 
lo'.vance of liis Certificate. All Perlons indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of his Efitifts, arc not to pav 
or deliver the lame i>ut to whom the Commiffioneis lltall 
appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Bigg, Attorney at Law, 
Hatton-Garden, London, or to Mr. Hallen, Attorney at Law, 
KidJerminrter, Worcelferfliire. 

WHereas a Connniffion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilTued forth aj;ainH John Pinch, late of the Parilh of 
Bathwick, in the County of Somerfet, Carpenter, Builder, 
Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Banknipt is 
hereby required to furrendei himlelt to the Con)miinoneis 
in the faid CommilTion named, or the major Part of them, 
on the loth and nth of February next, and on the loth of 
March following, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon 
■on each of the I'aidDavs, at the Houfe of Mr. jofeph Bick- 



Iiam, the Cadic and Ball, in the City of Bath, in tbe 
County of Somerfet, and make a full Difcovcry and Dil- 
clolure of his ];rtate and Etre^s; when and v^herc lix Cre- 
dltorsare to come prepared to prove t!i;*ir Debts, and at the 
Second Sitting to chnle Aflignecs, and it the Lart Sitting the 
(aid BankrufJt is required to finifli l:i^ Examination, and the 
Creditois are to aflent to oi" dilient from the Allowance of 
his Ceitificate. All Fcilbus indel)tcd to the faid Bankrujit, 
or that have any of his Effetffs, are not to pay or deliver the 
fame but to whom the CommilTioneis lliall appoint, but 
give Notice to Mr. Bowlher, Solicitor, Bath, or to Mr. Charles 
Conftable, No. 10, Symond's-Inn, Chancer) -Lane, London. 

\X7Hereas a CommiHinn of Bankiupt is awarded and 
y illiied forth againlf Jofeph Augurtine ViiftorGameau, 
now or late of Albe.marle-Street, in the Liberty of Wett- 
minrter, Bookleller, and he I eing declared a Bankrupt is 
hereby required to furrcni'er himf-lf to the Commillioners 
in the faid CommifTion named, or the major Part of them, 
on the 4th and loth of February next, and on the lOth ot 
March following, at Eleven in the Forenoon on each Day, at 
Guildhall, London, and make a full Difcovcry and Dii(;lorure 01 
hisErtateand EtI'cfls; wlien and where the Creditors aie to 
come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sit- 
ting to chult; AlTignees, and at the Lart Sitting the faid 
Bankrujjt is letpiired to finilh his Examination, and the Cre- 
ditors are to aflent to or dilient from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. "AH Perlons indebted to the laid Bank- 
lUjit, or that have any of his Etleirts, are not to pay or deli- 
\er the fame but to uliom the Commillion'ns rtinli a]>point, 
but give Notice to Mcllis. Owen and Hicks, Bartlett's-lJuild- 
ings, Holborn. 

T^Hereas a Commifljon of Bankrupt is awarded and 
i' V ilfued forth againrt John Weeley, now or late of 
Weeleigh, in the County of ElFex, Dealer and Chapman, 
and he being declared u Bankiupt is hereby required to fur- 
render himl'elf to the CommilTioncrs in the laid CommiUion 
named, or the major Part of them, on the 13th and 14th 
Days of Febiuary next, and on the loth Day of March 
following, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon on each 
of the faid Days, at the Houl'c of William Lcaggett, called 
or known by the Name or .Sign of the Shi)), in Colchefler, 
in the faid County of ElFex, and make a full Diliroveiy and 
Dil'eioliire of his Ellalc and Elicits; when and where the 
I ''-editors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chulc Allignees, and at the Lalt Sit- 
ting the faid Bankrupt is recfuired to finifh his Examination, 
and the Creditors are to aflent to or difTent from the Allow- 
ance of his Certificate. All Perlons indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that have any of liis Efitjfts, are not to pay 
or deliver the fame Imt to whom the Commillioners fhall 
appoint, but give Notice to Mert'rs. Sutton and Hedge, 
Solicitors, in Colchertcr aforefaid, or to Melhs. Wharton and 
Dyke, Solicitors, Lamb's-Buildings, in the Temple, London. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Banknipt is awarded and 
ilTucd forth againrt Edward Denton, of Dyer's- 
Buildings, Holborn, in the City of London, Money-Scri- 
vener, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bank- 
nipt is hereby required to iiirrender himlijlf to the Com- 
millioners in the faid Commiflion named, or the maior Part 
of them, on the 4th and nth Days of February next, 
and on the loth Day of March folio .ving, at Twelve of 
the Clock at Noon on each of the laid Days, at Guild- 
hill, London, and make a full Dil'covery and Difclofore 
of his Ertate and EHefts; when and where the Creditors 
.ire to corne prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second 
Sitting to chulc Aflignees, and at the Lafl Sitting the I'aid 
Bankrupt is required to finifh his Examination, and the 
Creditors are to affent to or dilTent from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the I'aid Bankrupt, 
or that have any of his Elfijfls. are not to pay or deliver the 
fame but to whom the Commiflioners Ihall appoint, but o-ive 
Notice to Mr. Burdon, St. Andresv's-Court, Holborn. 

WHereas a Commiflion cf Bankrupt is awarded and 
illiied forth againrt John Young, of Long-Acre, ia 
the County of Middlcicx, Coach-Maker, and he being de- 
clared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furrender himfelf . 
to the Commiflionecs in the liid Commidinn named.'or th'e- 
riajor Part of tlicm, on the 4th aad 7th Days ol Februaiy 



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ntit, 311(1 on tbc lotb of M.ucUfoilowing, »t Eleven in the 
^^ori-noon on each of the faid Days, at GtiiMhall, London, and 
make a full D.ircovciy and Dirdolnre of his Krtate and Ef- 
■I'ects; when and where the Creditors arc to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, at the Second Sitting to choofe -UTig- 
nccs, and at the Lift Sitting the iiiid Bankrupt is require to 
hnilh his Examination, and the Crediturs are to aflent to or 
dilPent from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perlbns 
indebted to the laid Bankrupt, or that have any of his J'^f- 
ftcts, are not to pay or deliver the lame but to whom the 
Commiilioners fliall appoint, hut give Notice to MclFrs. Ward, 
Liennetts, and Greaves, Hcnr;etti-S:rcet, Covent-Uarden. 

WHereat a Commirtion of Bankrupt is awarded tnd 
illued forth againrt WiUiam Johnion, of Van\hall, 
South I.ambcth, in the County of Surrey, Coal Mcrcliant, 
Dealer and Chapman, and he beinp declared a Bauknipt, 
is hereby reijiiircd to liiirendc) himfeh' to tlic Comniiilioncis 
in the laid Couiniiflion named, or the ni.ijor Put of them, on 
the 2d Day of Eebruaiy next, at Eleven of the Clock in the 
Forenoon, on the I4tli Day of the lame Month, and on the 
lOth Day of March folloviing, at Ten l;i the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, London, aud make a full Dilcovery and Dil- 
clolni-e of his Eftaie and Elfcfls; when and wlicrc the Cie- 
ditcrs aie to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the 
Second Sitting to chull: Allignccs, and at the Lall Sitting the 
laid Binkrnpc is rctjuired to hnilh his E^auiiuatien, and the 
Creditors are to alTcnt to or dilieat from flic Allowance ol 
hijCettr6c.ite. All Pcrloiis indebted to tiie liiid Bankrupt, 
or that have any of his Etf'eOs, are not to pay or deliver the 
li^me but to whom the C'onimiffioners Ihall appoint, iiut give 
Ivolice to Mr. Thomas Lamb, Solicitor, No. 2, Bedloid- 
Stieet, Bedford-Square. 

WHereas a Commidlon of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfucd forth againlf William Charles Crank, of Ken- 
fington, in the County of Middlcfex, Brewer and Mer- 
chant, and he Ijeing declared a Bankrupt is hereby reiinired 
to lurrender himl'elf to the Commiffiom-rs in the laid Com- 
ruilfion named, or the major Part of them, on the 4th Dny 
of February next, at Twelve ac Noon, on the nth Day of 
the lame Month, at One in the Afternoon, and on the lOth 
Day of March following, at Ten of the Clock in the Fore- 
noon, at Guildliall, Loudon, and make a ftdl Dilcovery and 
Dilirlofurc of hi^ Ellate tnd Eli'cfls; when and where the 
CieJitors are to come prepared to prove theifDebts, and 
at the Second Sitting to cliufc Aflignees, and at the Lal>. 
Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to Itiiifli his Exa- 
mination, and the Creditors are to aflint to or dilicnt from 
the Allowance of his Certificate. All Pevlons indebted to 
the laid Bankrupt, or that have any of his EZlTcCls, are not 
to pay or ticlivcr the lame but to whom the Com miiHoners 
liiall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. JCcaiiay, Hare-Court, 
Temple, London. 

THE Commidioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarded .'.nd illued forth againll Hawkins Jiird, of 
■Wine-Street, in tJie City of Biillol, Tea-Ucaler and Ciiap- 
in:in, intend to meet on the 14th of February next,' at i'en 
o'clock in the Foie.noon, ^;t Guildhall, Lonton, in order 
to proceed to the Choice of an Aliigiieeor Adignecs of the 
Eftate and Efteiflsofthe liiid Bankrupt, in the Room of John 
I'aol Smith, deccafed; when and where tlie Creditors, who 
liave uo*. already proved tiieir Debts, are to come prepared 
tofprove the fame, and, with thole who have already proved 
their Debts, vote in fuch Choice accordingly. 

THE Commidioners in a CommifTion of Tinkupt 
awarded and illued forth agalnft John King, late 
of Portland-Place, in tlie County of Middlcfex, Banker 
anil Merchant, intend tn meet nn the 4th Day of Feb.iiary 
next, at Ten of the Clock in thcToienoon, at Goildliall, 
London, in order ti. proceed to the Choice of an Ailignet 
or Alfigiiees of. the Ellate and Elfcflsof tlie faid Bankrupt, 
in the Room and Stead 01 Samuel Birch, removed; when and 
wUuc the Creditois who have not already proved their Debts,. 
arr to come prepared to prove the fume, and, with thole 
who have proved their Debts, are to vote in fuch Choice 
accord iagly. 

''T^ ^^ E Commidioners in 3 Commiflion of Bankrupt 

J[ awarded and idiitd forth againll (Jeorge Tinkler and 

John P.ifli, of McardVCcurt, Waidour-Strcet.Soho, in the 



County of Middlefex, Leather-Sellers, Dealers, Chapmen, 
and Copartners, intend to meet on the 24th Day of Fe- 
bruary next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at (;uildhall, Lon- 
don, (by Further Adjournment from the ajth of January 
inlfant,) in order to take the Laft Examination of the 
laid Bankrupts; when ami where they are required to fur- 
render themfelves and make a full Dilcovery and Dilcloliirc 
of theii Eftate and Eflitts, and finilh their Examination, 
and the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, and, with thole who 
have already piovcd their Debts, alTent to or dillent Irom tlie 
Allowance of their Certificates. 

THE Commidioners in a Commidlon of Bankrupt 
awarded and ifliied forth againll David Andre, for- 
merly of New Broad-Street, lince of Jiilhoplgate-Strcet, and 
now of Lothhnry.m the City of London, Merchant, (tiad- 
ing under the Firm of David .-Vndre .ind Co.} intend to meet 
on the 4lh of February next, at Ehnui of the Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Cnildhall, London, in order to receive the 
Proof of One Debt inider the laid Commidion. 

'"I^' H E CommilTloners in a Commilliun of Bankrupt 
JL awarded and ilTued fortli againll Thomas'Richaidfon, 
of ^V'Jtelflde, in Snutliuuram, in the Pirilh of Halifax, in 
the County of Yoi k, Merchant, Dealer and (chapman, in- 
tend to meet on the 2ylh Day of l-'t-bMi.iry ni..xt, at Eleven 
o'clock in the Forenoon, at the Whilc-Liou Inn, in Halifax 
aforefaid, in order to receive Proof of Debts under the laid 
Commidion. 

I'' H E Commidioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
hearing Date the .pft of July i8ci, awarded and illuei 
forth againll James Sheiiir,of Hatton-Garden, in the County 
of Middlefex, Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, intend to 
meet on the i8th of February next, at Ten of the Clock in 
the Forenoon, at Gu'.Idhall, London, (by Adjournment from 
the 24th Day of January inllant,) in order to make a Divi- 
dend of the Elhite and Elfeili of the laiii Bankrupt ; when 
and wlieie the Creditors, who have not already pioved llieir 
Debts, are to co'.iic prepared to piove the fame, or tliey will 
he excluded the Benclit of the fiiid Dividend. Aud all Claims 
not then proved will be dillillowej. 

THE Comnild^oners in a Conmidion of B.mkuipt, 
bearing Date the 3d of November 1802, awarded and 
awarded and ilhied againll William 'Frappal's, of St. Alar- 
tin-le-Giand, in the Libctty of Weilminller, in the County of 
Middleli^x, Booklelicr, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet 
on tJie 6th of March next, at 'Fen in the Foienoon, at 
Gui'Jhrll, London, in order to make a Dividend of the Fl- 
tate and Ell'efts of the feid Bankrupt ; vjjieii and where th'; 
Creditors, wiio have not already proved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove tl'.e fame, or they will be excluded 
tlie Lenttit of tlie faid Dividend. And .all Claims rot 
tlien proved will be diiallowed. 

THE Commidioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
healing Date the .',d of June i8o.-,. .-.v.aided and ilUie\j 
forth againll I'etet Dubbledenuits Van D;ek, Arnold joliji 
(Jevers Leuvcii, and Wyiian<l Adriaen de (Jiuiter V'ink, late 
of the Ciicus, in the Minotie^.in the City of London, Mer- 
chants, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartneis, (liading under 
tlie Firm of Van Dyck, Gever.s, and Co.) iiiteud to meet on 
the 23d of March next, at Ten in the Voienooii, at Guild- 
hall, London, in order to mrike A Dividend n),the Separate 
Ellate and Ell'eiH of the laid Bankrupt V\'yiiaiid Adriaen de 
Guiiter Viiik; when and where his Separate (;i>.ditois, who 
have not already proved their Debts, are l<i come picparcil 
to prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of 
the faid Dividend. And all .Clai(ns;iut then proved will be 
diiallowed. 

THE Commidioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the ^d.Dayof June 180.1, awarded and 
iflii'.d foith againll Peter Dul.blcdtmuts Van Djck, Arindd 
John Gevcrs Leuveo, and .Wynand Adriaen de Gruiier Vink, 
lite of the Circus, in the Mirories, in tho City 0/ London, 
Merchants, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copaitneis, (trading un- 
der the Firm of Van Dyck, Gevers, and Co.) intend to meet 
on the 22d of March next, at 'I'en in the Foienoon, at Guild- 
hall, London, to make a Dividend of the Separate Ellate and 
EJfeas of the faid bankrupt Arnold John Gevers Lcuvvn^ 



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when and \vliere liis Sepaiate Creditors, who have not ah-cady 
proved tlieir Debts, are to come prepared to prove the lame, 
or they will be excluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend. 
And all Claims not then proved will be diliillowed. 

TH E Commiilioners in a Commiflion of Bankiiipt, 
bearing Date the 23d Day of July iRoi, awarded and 
idued forth againlt Michael Collin and Thomas Lewis, of 
No. 38, Hatton-Gardcn, in the County of Middlefex, Navy- 
Agents, Dealers, Chapmen^ and Copartners, intend to meet 
on tile 3d Day of IVIarch next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at 
Guildhall, London, to make a Final Dividend of the Eftate 
and EfTefts of the faid Bankrupts; when and where the 
Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove the lame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallovved. 

THE CommilTioners in a Renewed Commiflion of Bank- 
rupt, bearing Date tlie 26th of January 1804, awarded 
and ifl'ued forth againft Miles Eurkett, of Grays Thurrock, in 
tlie County of EITex, andof Three Cranes Wharf, in the City 
of London, Soap Manufa^urer, Dealer and Chapman, intend 
to meet on the a^th Day of February next, at Ten of the 
Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in order to 
make a Final Dividend of the Ellatc and Effeffs of the faid 
Bankrupt ; when and where the Creditors, who have not 
already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove 
the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid 
X>ividend. And all Claims not then proved will be dil- 
allovved. 

THE CommilTioners in a Commirtion of Banknipt, 
bearing Date the i8th of April 1795, awarded and ilTued 
forth againfl John Murray, of Sherborne-Lane, in the City 
of London, Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet 
on the 25th Day of February next, at Eleven ■ of the 
Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in order 
to make a Dividend of the Ellale and Eflefls of the faid 
JBankrupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not al- 
ready proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
lame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Divi- 
dend. And all Claims not then proved will be dil'allowed. 

TH E Commiffiohers in a Commirtion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 6th of January 1803, awarded and 
iflued forth againfl Thomas Wright, of Hovlley, in the 
County of Gloucefter, Clothier, intend to meet on the loth 
Day of March next, at Ten of the Clock in the Fore- 
noon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Dividend of the 
Eftate and Elfefts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Creditors who liave not already proved their Debts, arc 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowed. 

THE Commiflloners in a Commilfion of Bankrupt 
bearing Date the 4th Day of July 1/97, awarded and 
iiTued forth"againft Henry Samuel Gardiner, of Wardrobe- 
Place, Doflor's-Commons, London, Weaver, intend to meet 
on the 18th of February next, at One In the Afternoon, 
at Guildhall, London, in order to make a Final Dividend 
of (he Eftate and Effefts of the raid Bankrupt ; when and 
where the Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And 
all Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

TH E CommilTioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt' 
bearing Date the l6th of January 1802, awarded and 
jdiied forth againft Martin Benedifts, of Liverpool, in the 
County of Lancafter, Shopkeeper, Dealer and Chapman, 
intend to meet on the 22d Day of February next, at 
One of the Clock in the Afternoon, at the Houfe of 
Henry Forlhaw, the Globe Tavern, in John-Street, in 
Liverpool aforefaid, in order to make a Final Dividend of 
the Eftate and EffeOs of the (iiid Bankrupt; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not 
then proved will be difallowed> 



THE CommilTioners in a CommiiTJan of BanScrnpt; 
healing Date the 15th of June 17B4, awarded and iffued 
againft Samuel Bevinglon, of Giacecliurch-Stre'.'t, in the City 
of London, Merchant.Dcaler and Chapman, intend to meet 
no the 17th of February next, at 'Fen in the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, I>ondon,- to make a Final Dividend of tiio 
Fftate and Effcdls of the faid Bankrupt; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not- already proved their Debts 
are to come prepaVcd to prove the fame, or thev- will be 
excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be difallowed. 

TH E CommilTioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the nth of May 1801, awarded and 
ifTued forth againft William Gilbert, of C'hifwell-Strcct, in 
the County of Middlefex, Grocer, Dealer and 'Chapman, 
(carrying on Trade under the Name, Stile, and Firm of Wil- 
liam Gilbert and Company,) intend to meet on the 3d of 
March next, at Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, Ijomlbn, to 
make a Dividend of the Efttitetiiid Eilefts of the faid Bank^ 
rupt; when and where the Creditors, wlio have not already- 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, 
or they will he excluded the Benefit of t!ie faid DitiJeud. 
And all Claims riot then proved will be diialiowed. 

TH E Commiftioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the i8th Day of June 1803, awarded and 
illiied forth agiinft Thomas James Fenwick, of Penzarrcc, in 
the County of Cornwall, Lincn-Draper and Shopkeeoer, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the :5th of Fe- 
bruary next, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
hall, London, in order to make a Dividend of the Eftate 
and Efl^eifts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where the Cre-" 
ditors who have not already proved their Debts, are to come 
prepared to prove- the fame, or they will be excluded the 
Benefit of the laid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowed. 

THE Commidioners in a CommifTion of Bankrupt; 
bearing Date the 20th of Auguft 1800, awarded and 
idued againft George Warren, of Coventry-Street, in the 
Hay-Maikct, in the County of Middlefex, Upholder, intend 
to meet on the 24th of May next, at Twelve at Noon, at 
Guildhall, London, (by Furllier Adjournment from the 20th 
Inftant,) to make a Further Dividend of the Eftate and 
EfTefts of the faid Bankrupt; when and where ths Credi- 
tors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove the lame, or they will i>e excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowed. 

TH E CommilTionets in a Renewed Commiflion of 
Bankrupt, bearing Date the 19th of January 1804, 
awarded and illued forth againft Samuel Morley, of No. 126 
Fleet-Street, in the City of London, Tailor, Dealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet on the 25th of Febnii.ry next, at 
Ten in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, to make a Final 
Dividend of the Eftate and EfTefc of the faid Bankrupt ; 
when and where the Creditors, vi'ho have not alre;!dy prt-ved 
their Debt.s are to come prepared to prove the fame, or thev 
will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And ail 
Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

TH E Commiflioners in a Commirtion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 14th of November i8ci, awarded 
and iftued forth againft Ifaac Noble, of Penrith, in the 
County of Cumberland, Ironmonger and Grower, intend to 
meet on Monday the 20th Day of February next, at Ten 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the George Inn, in Pcnrilh 
aforelaid, to make a Dividend of the Eftate and Effecfts of the 
faid Bankrupt ; when and where the Creditors, who have 
not already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to 
prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the 
(aid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be 
difallowed. 

THE Commirtiorers in a Commirtion of Bankrnp», 
bearing Date the 2jd of November 1799, awarded and 
ifTued againft William Bifs, of the Haymarket, Weftminfter 
in the County of Middlefex, Grocer, Dcah-r and Chapman 
intend to meet on the i8th Day of February next, at Elevea 
o'clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in order to 
make a Final Dividend of the £ftatc and Etfedts of the ftid 



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Bankropt; wlis.i anJ where the CicJiiots, w'r.o Iirwe not 
already proved tlicir Debts, are to come piepareil t« prove 
the fame, or they will be cxcUulcd the Ecnefit of tlic Taid 
Ditidcnd. And all CUlras not then proved will be dilal- 
lowed. 

WHcrcas the afting Commi(Tioiiers in the Conimillion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilfued aga^jirt Thomas 
Nanfan, of Mancheftcr, in the County of I.ancaaer, Ware- 
houl'cman. Dealer and Chapman, have certified to the Right 
H9norible Jolin Lord Eldon.Lord High Chancellor of Great 
Britain, that the faid Thomas Nanfan hath in all Things con- 
forme?! himfelf according to the Direftions of the feveral A«s 
of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This is ' to 
give Notice, tliat, by virtue of an Afl piiFcd in the Fifth 
"V'car of His late MajclVy's Reign, his Certificate will be 
allowed and confirmed as the faid Aft direfts, unlefs Caufe 
be (hewn to the contrary oa or before th« 18th Day of Fe- 
bruary next. 

WHereas the afling Commilfioners in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awirded and iirued againft Bernard 
M'Henry, othcrwife MacHenrj-, of Stratford-upon-Avon, 
in- the County of Warwick, Mercer, have certified to the 
Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, Lord Hlgli Chancellor of 
Great Britain, that the faid Bernard M'Hetiry, othenvife 
MacHenry, hath in all Things conformed himfelf according 
to the Direaions of the feveral Afls of Parliament made con- 
cerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, by virtue of 
an Act paflbd in the Fifth Year of His lateMajelly's Reijrn, 
liis Certicate will be allowed and confirmed as the laid Aft 
direfls, unlefs Caufe be (hewn to the contrary on or before 
the 18th of February next. 

WHereas the afting Commidloners in the Commirtion of 
Bankrupt awarded and ilfued forth again ll Andrew 
Cage ind John Lee, of Bilhopfgate-Street, in the City of 
Ljiidon, Winc-Merchauts, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copart. 



nei',, (earn i-g oii Br.fint.i u..i'.cr the Fiwn if Andrew Gagr 
and Company,) l.avc certihtJ to the Rlj;Kt H.niouHc Jo'iii. 
Loid Kidoii, Loiil High Chaniv ll.jrof Great liiitain, tliat the 
faid Andrew Gaje hath in ;ill 'I hiujs conloimcd himfelf 
accoiding to the Dircftions of tin: ftveral Afts of Parliament 
made concerning Bankrupts; This is to gi'. i- Notice, that, by 
virtue of an Aft palled in the Fifth Yrjr of His l^te 
Majclly's Reign, his Cf.ilifiratc will he -illowed and con- 
firmed as the faid Aft diiefts, unlefs Caufe be (hewn to the 
contrary on or before the liitli of Fefnuary nfxt. 

WH:rcas the afting Commiflioncri in the Commiffion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilUicd' forth againli 
Harry Hale, of Birchin-Lane, London, Oilman, Dealer and 
Chapman, have certified to the Right Honorahle John Lord 
Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the 
faid Harry Hale liath in all Things conformed himfelf ac- 
cording to the Diicftions of the (everal Afts of Parliament 
made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, 
by virtue of an Aft palled in the Fiftli Year of His late 
Majerty's Reign, his CcitificJtc will be allowed and con- 
firmed as the faiJ Aft diiefts, unlefs Caufe be fliewn to the 
contrary on or before the i8th of Vcbrvaiy next. 

WHereas the aftii.g Comniiffiotiers in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilUjcd forth apcinltjohn 
Henry Emniott, Jnmes Browne, and I'lapcis Iirov\ nc, of the 
I Old Jewry, in l!vc City of I.ont!on, Wine-Alct-chant'; and 
Partners, have certified to tlu Rl^lit Honornblcjohn Loid 
LIdon, Lord Higli Chancellor of Great Britain, that the' faid 
John Hcniy Emmott, James Browne, and Francis Browne 
hare in all Things conformed thcmfelvcs according to the 
Dircftions of the feveral .^fts of Parliament made concerning 
Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, by virtue of an AcV 
paflcd in the Fifth Year of His late Majelly's Reign their 
Certificate will he allowed and confirmed as the faid Aft di- 
refts, unlefs Caufe be (hewn to the contrary on or before the 
iSth Day of february ncit. 



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From ^tUUUDap January 28, to ClieSOaj January 31, i'8o4. 



Lord Cliivnberhnri' s Offics, Jamtary 31, 1-804. 

NOTICE is hereby given, tliat there will not 
be any Levee at St. James's To-morrow. 



War-OJJic!, Jcmuary ^l, 1804. 
BerljVtrs Wejlern Legion. 
To he Ciiptains of Infantry, 
Lieutenant Richard Goddard. 
L-ieiitenant Wilh'am Kimber. 
Lieutenant Richard Richins. 

To be L'uuUnant of Ca-valryi{ 
■Cornet John Clark. 

To be Lieuienants of Infantry, 
Enilgn Charles Harding. 
Enllgn Benjamin Haynes. 
•George Kimber, Gent. 

To be Cornet, 
John Williams, Gent. 

To be Second Licutenantt of Infantry, 
John Shaw, Gent. 
John Barnes, Gent. 

£afi Dereham Gentlemctt and Yeomanry Cavalry. 
John Potter Hamilton, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Galloway Gentlemen and Yeomanry Rangers. 
Allan Morrifon, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Ritchie, 

refigned. 
Hugh Lewis Taylor, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

South Hants Gentlemen and Yeomanry Cavalry. 
V/illlain Baldwin, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice 
Wcilcott, reiigned. 

Torlay GentUmsr. and Yeomanry Cavalry. 
John C. Jackfon to be Lieutenant. 
John Narracott, Gent, to be Cornet. 

■Argyll/hire Vtlunteert. 
The Marquis of Lome to be Colonel. 

Cheltenham Loyal J^lunteers. 
Thomas Smith, Gent, to Ije Lieutenant. 
William Banbury, Gent, to be Eniign. 
Gilbert Jones, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Drayton, 

reiigned. 
William .Peter Gue, Gent, ta be Quarter-Mafter. 



'Ch'ippeiiham Volunteers. 
Robert Humphreys, Efq; to be Lieutenant. Colonel. 
Anthony Guy, Elq; to be Major. 
William Combley, Efq; to l>€ Captain. 
Thomas Goldney, Efq; to be Ditto. 
Robert Taylor, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
H. J. Joyce, Gent, to be Ditto. 
J. Fiift;l. Gent, to be Enfign. 

Chudleigh Volunteer Ivfantry, 
William Bond, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
John Pilie, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Court Jge /Artillery. 
Jemcs Torring, Gent, to be Firft Lieutenant. 
John Edwards, Gent, to be Ditto. 

To be Second Lieutenant!, 
William Elliott, Gent. 
Richard Gillard, Gent. 
John Elliott, Gent. 
Jolin Burgoyne, Gent. 

Eaf} Devon Legim. 
Edward Honywood, D. D. to be Chaplain. 

Loyal Exminfler Hundred Regiment. 
William Browning, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Stone- 
man, reiigned. 

Haytor Artillery. 
Chriftopher Pike, Gent, to be Firft Lieutenant. 
Gilbert Pitts, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Hohlpiuorlhy Regiment. 
James Hearn, Efq; to be Captain. 
Oliver Davey, Efq; to be Ditto. 

To'be Licutenatils, 
John Rifdon, Gent. 
John Nowler, Gent. 
Samuel Afhton, Gent. 

To be En/ignst 
John Rattenbury, Gent. 
Samuel Beale, Gent. 

Honiton Volunteers-. 
Courtenay Gidley, Efq; to be Captain, vice Mig- 
nan, refigned. ' 

Middle and South Holdernefs Volunteers. 
Lieutenant John Featfierftone to be Capta/n. 
John Hopkinfon, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vic« 
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Robert Turner, Gent, to bv IT.iifign, vice Hutchiii- 
ion, rcfigncd. 

ffuJ/ and Seulcoales Voluntetrs. 
Lieutenant Colonel John Wray to be Lieutenant- 
Colonel-Commandant, vice Machell. 
Major Heni-y Schonfwar to be Lieutenant-Colonel, 
vice Wray. 

KirhcuJhnghl Volunteers.- 
William Wemyfs, Gent, to be linfigii. 

Lancajler Vohnleer Injaniry. 
Lieutenant John Simpfon to be Captain, vice Ba:v 

ciidale. 
Enlign William Wilfon to be Lieutenant, vice 

Simpfon. 
Stephen Moore, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Wilfon. 
John Smith, Gent, to be Surgeon, vice Redmayne. 

\clh Regiment of Loyal London Volunteers. 
James Kirk, Elq; to be Adjutant, with the Rank 
of Captain. 

Loyal Britons Volunteer Infantry. 
Captain Leake to be Major. 

Cttery Volunteer Infantry. 
George Tucker, Gent, to be vSecond Lieutenant. 

Portland IJland Volunteers. 
Enfign Richard Lano to be Lieutenant. 
Henry Pierce, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Lano. 

Prince of Wales's Battalion of Plymouth Vohtntcers. 
Rev. Richard Hcnnah to be Chaplain, vice Gandy, 
refigned. 

Plymctito-Dcti Vdunteer Infantry. 
John Midland, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice Hilley, 
refigned. 

To be Enftgns, 
David G. Davie, Gent. 
John ChoKvick, Gent. 
Richard Lampen, Gei.t. 
Samuel Fry, Gent. 
Robert Clarke, Gent. 
John L. Luggur, Gent. 
Richard Hayward, Gent. 
William Hancock, Gent. 

fo he Sluarter maficr, 
George Snowden, Gent. 

Selly Volunteer Infantry. 
John Fofter, jun. Efq; to be Major-Coramaiidant. 

To be Captains, 
William Read, ECq. 
Richard Swallow, Elq. 
Charles Weddall, Efq. 

To be Li:utcnanli, 
John Thompfon, Gent. 
John Todd, Gent. 
Edward Wormald, Gent. 

To be Enfigns, 
James Andus, Gent. 
John Fothergill, Gent. 
George Lyon Weddall, Gent. 

To It Surgeon, 
James Shillitoe, Gent. 

2d Ea/l Somerfct Regimeal of Volunteer Infantry. 

To be Captains, 
Edward Townfend, Efq. 
l2xVard Michel), Efq. 



Henry Sampfon Michcll, Efq. 
Simcn Davidgc Wcthercll, Efq. 
D.tniel li. Payne, Efq. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Dymock Bnrgefs, Gent. 
John Siiarrer Ward, Gent. 
John Penny, Gent. 
William Harding, Gent. 
John Phelps, Gent. 
George Rich, Gent. 
William Parfitt, Gent. 
John Conway, Gent. ' 

George Coles, Gent. 

To be En/igr.s, 
William Read, Gent. 
Charles Michel!, Gent. 
Thomas Bord, Gent. 
George Lax, jun. Gent. 
Benediclus Norris, Gent. 

SoulhtvicL Volunteers. 
Enfign Charles Fiiher to be Lieutenant, vice Jen- 
nings, refigned. 
Thomas Padwicke, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Fiflier, 

Stsciiridge Volunteers. 
Enfign William Coricr to be Lieutenant, vice 

Bloxam, refigned. 
William Henry Atwood, Gent, to be Enfign, vice 

Corier. 

Sutherland Volunteers. 
Captain Alexander Suthcrl.ind to be Major, vice_ 
Houfton, refigned. 

Tavi/loei Volunteer Infantry. 
To be Lieutenants, 
Second Lieutenant John K. Bredall. 
Second I^ieutenant Henry Skynner. 
Samuel Chnbb, Gent. 
John Morgan, Gent. 

To be Second Lieutenants, 
John Commins, Gent. 
William Webb, Gent. 
Samuel Carter, jun. Gent. 
Wiliam Lemon, Gent. 
John Pleafe, Gent. 

Tich/ield and Fareham Volunteers. 
John Hcwett, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Tiverton Volunteers. 
Jofeph Hogg, Efq; to be Captain. 
Charles Olmond, Geiit. to be Enfign, vice Lewis, 

refigned. 
Rev. John Pitman to be Chaplain. 
John Smith, Gent, to he Surgeon. 

Torridge Rer^imenl. 
To be Captains, 
Andrew Caddy, Efq. 
Thomas Vicary, Efq. 
Thomas Handfoid, Efq. 
George Cooke, Efq. 
John Moore, Efq. 

To be Lieutenant*, 
Revmniido Seldon, Gent. 
Richard Tapley, Gent. 
William Nancekcvil, Gent. . 
Thomas Wills, Gent. 
William Herring, Gcut. ■_^:^ 



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Jolin Cann, Gent. 
John Norman, Gent. 
William Novman, Gent. 
William Ifaac, Gent. 
William Webber, Gent. 

To be Enfi^ns, 
John May, Gent. 
Richard Shutc, Gent. 
John Snell, Gent. 
John Copp, Gent. 
John Tucker, Gent. 

Wells FolunUer Infantry. 
Enfign Thomas Gibbons to be Lieutenant, vice 

Lambert, religned. 
George Gickling, Gent, tube Enfign, vice Gibbons. 

South Eajl Battalion of the IJlc of Wight Folunteers. 
Gatcombe Company. 
Richard Hcrvey, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Worflcy, 
refigned. 

Winchejler City Volunteers. 
Peter Kerby, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Scrle, pro- 
• moted. 

North Worcejler Volunteers (before called the Broomf- 
grovej. 
to be Lieutenants, 
William Anderton, Gent, vice Hicks refigned. 
William Richards, Gent. 

To be Enfigns. 
Francis Grayland, Gent, vice Dorrel, refigned. 
Thomas Green, Gent, vice Bagnall, refigned. 
William Timmins, Gent, vice Hortoii, refigned. 

Errata 
In Gazette of 29th November 1803. 
For Holderntfs Volunteers, 
'Rezd_MiJdle and South Holdernefs Volunteers. 
For George Appleby, Cent, to be Lieutenant, 
Read George Upphby, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

In Gazette of 24th December 1803. 
Devan Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 
For Rev. Francis Methuifh to be Chaplain, 
Read Rev. Francis Hu'i/h to be Chaplain. 



' War-Qffiee, January n,\, 1804. 
Tiv\ford Volunteer Cavalry and Infantry. 
Coufley Savory, Sen. Efq. to be Captain-Com- 
mandant. 
John Pike, Efq. to be Captain of Cavaliy. 
John Andrews Girling, Gent, to be Lieutenant of 

Ditto. 
John Bird, Gent, to be Cornet. 

Bojlon Volunteer Infantry. 
George Bird, Gene, to be Qnarter-Mader. 
John Walter Davies, Gent, to be Surgeon, vice 
Mareton, refigned. 

id or Middle Recent of Bucks Volunteer Infantry. 
John Stace, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Deering, re- 
figned. 
William Wotton, -Gent, to be Surgeon. 

4/A Battalion of Lotal Carmarthetifnre Volunteers. 
Richard Ifaac Starke, Efq. to );e Major, vice Har- 
ding, refigned. 



David Hughes, Efq; to be Captain, vice Griffiths, 
refigned. 

To be Lieutenants, 

Enfign Nathaniel Rowlands, vice J. Phllipps, re- 
figned. 

William Higgon, Gent, vice J. Philipps, junior, re- 
figned. 

John Williams, Gent, vice Evans, refigned. 
To be En/igns, 

Thomas Rees Thomas, Gent, vice Leach, refigned. 

John Howells, Gent, vice Rowlands. 

Thomas Jones, Gent, vice Evans, refigned. 

David Morgan, Gent, vice Johns, refigned. 

Waher Hughes, Gent, vice Gregory, refigned. 

John Hughes, Gent, to be Q^iarter- Mailer. 

Thomas Bowen, Gent, to be Surgeon. » 

Clackmannan Volunteer Battalion 
Captain the Honorable George Abercromby to be 

Lieutenant Colonel-Commandant. 
Captain- John Thomas Erdciiie to be Major. 
Lieutenant John Mowbray to be Captain, vice Aber- 

cromby. 
Lieutenant Robert Bald to be Ditto, vice Erfl:ine. 
Enfign Archibald Leggatt to be Lieutenant, vice 

Mowbray. 
Enfign Alexander Bald to be Ditto, vice Bald. 
Alexander Forrefter, Gent, to be Enfign vice 

Leggatt. 
John Grieve, Gent, to be Ditto, vice Bald. 
Rev. Dr. Robert Morften to be Chaplain.- 
John King, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Cumberland Rangers. 
Thomas Wilfon, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

J Battalion of DumbartonPiire Volunteers. 
James Dcnnltloun, Efq; to be Lieutenant-Colonel- 

Commandant. 
John Buchanan, Efq; to be Lieutcnant-CciIoncL 
James Colquhoun, Efq; to be Major. 

Je be Captains, 
Robert Davidfon, Efq. 
Archibald Campbell, Lfq. 
John M'Lacidan, Efq. 
John Denny, Efq. 
Willia.Ti Stirling, Efq. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Walter Taffie, Gent. 
David Dunlop, Gent. 
David Denny, Gent. 
John Turnbuil, Jun Gent. 
John M'Allafter, Gent. 

To be EiifgnSf- 
Robert Fleming, Geiit. j .-.'. 
James Robertfon, Gent. 
Robert M Lymon, Gent. 
William Anluir, Gent. 

To be Chaplain, 
Rev. Archibald Wilfon. 

To be Surgeon, 
Alexander Hunter, Gent. 

2d or Ea/lern Regiment of Glamorgan Volunteer/, 
William Williams, Gent, to be Adjutant. 

2d Battalion of Cottrrelts Herefordjhire Volunteers.- 
Lieutenant Richard Higgins to be Captain, vice 
W, Higginii, refigned. 



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To h I.ieutenanis, 
Thomas Yavndd, Gent, vice Paifons, refigned. 
Joliii Bennett, Gent. 
JZofign Edward Chambers, vice Higgins. 

7o be Enfgn, 
Phih'p Barrett, Gent. \nce Chambers. 

To be Surreal, 
Charles Pi-ichard, Gent. 

lO/A BaltiiHon of Nor/oil Volunteer Infantry. 
Wlliam Otley, Efq; to be Lieulciiant-Colontl. 
Brigg Rice Fountaine, Efij; to be Major. 

Nottingham I'olunteer Rangers. 
John Grundy, Gent, to be Adjutant. 

Oldham Volunteers. 
Captain Edward Lees to be Major., vice J. Lcet, 
refigned. 

To be Captains, 
Lieutenant William Chippendale-, vice Lees. 
Lieutenant James Cocks, vice Booth, relignej. 
l^ieutenant Henry Fletcher. 

Lieutenant Henry Barlow, vice Barker, refigned. 
Enfign James Clegg, vice Wright, rctigned. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Enfign Jofeph Travis, vice Chippendale. 
Enfign John Winttrbotloin, vice J. Fletcher. 
Quarter. Mailer Arthur Clegg, vice Cocts. 
Samuel Mayall, Gent, vice H. Fletcher. 
Jofeph Jones, Gent, vice Barlow. 
George Booth, Gent. 

To be Enjlgns, 
James Dunciipt, Gent, vice J. Clegg. 
Tiiomas Whjltakcr, Gent, vice Helior, refigned. 

To be ^uarter-majler, 
Thomas Whittaker, Gent, vice Clegg. 

Poynton, Worth, Norbury, and BiJlotJ: Smithy 
Volunteers. 

William Clayton, jun. Gent, vice Boardman, re- 
figned. 

Thomas Fidler, Gent, vice Orford, refigned. 

Rev. Elkanah Hoyleto be Chaplain. 

James Low, Gent, to be Surgeon, vice James 'Lorfe. 

jyhilehurch Volunteers. 
HnfigB Henry Clarke to be Lieutenant, vice Gre 

gory, rifigned. 
William Rcddrop, 'Gent, to be Enfign, vice Clarke. , 
Samuel Parker, Gent, to be Enfign, vice li. Red 
drop, refigned. 

IVigan Volunteers. 
To be Lieutenants, 
Enfign Thomas Blinkhorne. 
Enfign William Lyos. 
£nfigii John Greenough, vice Heyn, refigned. 

To he Enfign, 
Jofeph Beaver, Gent, vice Greenough. 

To be yfiljulant, 
Hillier Towzell, Gent. 

Errata 
In Gazette of llth 0£lober 1803. 
Honingbam Volunteer Jnfar.try. 
For Henry Dcbory, Gent, to be Lieutenant, 
Read Henry Z)at'fnir_)!, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

In Gazette of 34th Indant. 
For John Hammond, Gent, to be Quarter-Mafler, 
Read John Hammond Smith, C^nt. to be Quarter- 
Mafter. 



Commiffions in the Woicefterfhire Militia, ftgned by 

the Lord L'nilcnent. 
Enfign John Mountford to be Lieutenant, vice Bar- 

neby, refigned. Dated January 20, 1804. 
Enfign William Wadham to be Lieutenafit, vice 

Humphrey, refigned. Dated January 21, 1804. 



Admiralty-Office, January 31, 1804. 
Copy of a Letter from Rtar-ytdminil Sir John Tljomas 
Duckivorth, K. B. Commnr.der in Chief of His 
Miijejly's Ships and Vtjfels at Jamaica, to Sir Evan 
Nepeau, Bart, dated ut I'ort Ro^al, lie 26th of 
Odobtr 1803. 
SIR, 

I Herewith traufmit, for the Information of the 
Lords Comniilfionera of the Admiralty, Two 
Letters from C.iptain Rofs, of His Majefly's Ship 
Dcliice, relative to VcfleL captured and dellroyeu. 

I am, &c. J. T. DUCKWORTH. 

SIR, Difirte, Maih'im-lk, iQth /lug. 1803. 

AVING fetched into this A'nchorajre lali: 



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Evening, and feeing from the Mafl-Head, 
over the Land, fevcral Vefttls at Anchor in Monte 
Chrifte Roads, 1 difpatchcd the Boats armed, under 
Lieutenant Canning, of His Majclly's Ship I com- 
mand, to bring tliem out, which Service he per. 
formed with Ciedit, under a heavy Fire from tjlie 
Batteries, and returned at Daylight this Morning, 
with Five Schooners and a Sloop. 

I have the Honor to.be, S:c. 

C. B. H. ROSS. 
To Captain Bligh, l^c. i^c. l^c. 

SIR, Vefirec, Mancinelle Bay, Sept. 4, 1 803. 

I HAVE Pleafure in inforiniiig you, tiiat your 
Boats, accompanied by thofe of His MajeJly's 
Ship I command, returned early this Morning, 
having brought out of Monte Chrifte all the VcfTcl* 
at that Anchorage, to the Amount of Six Sail of 
Schooners, under a fmart Fire from the Batteries 
without Lofs. 

I have the Honor to be, &c. 

(Signed) CHARLES B. H. ROSS. 
Captain Bligh. 

Admiralty-Office, January 31, 1804. 
Copy of another Letter from R'-ar- Admiral Sir John 
Thomas Diick-woith, K. B. Commander in Chief of 
His Majejly's Ships and Vrffels at Jamaica, to Sir 
Evan K'epcan, Burt, dated at Porl-Royal the 20th 
of November I Soj. 
SIR, 

ACCOMPANYING this you receive, for the 
Information of the Lords CommilTioners of the 
Admiralty, an Account tjf Veiftls captured and 
dcilroycd by His Majefly's Ships and Veffcls under 
my Command, fince the Return of September laft. 
I am, &c. J. T. DUCKWORTH. 

A Lijl of Vejfels captured, detained, and dejlroyed by 
His Alajejly'i Snips and Vejfels, at and about Ja- 
maica, under the Orders of Sir John Thomas Ducl~ 
worth, K. B- Rear-jldmiral of the Red, and Com- 
Blander in Ch'uf, ISjC. i^c. Isfc. 

French Schooner Amiable Sophie, laden with Pro- 
vifions : Captured by the Dcfiree and Squadron, 
September 17, 1803.— B. Waterhoufe and Co. 
Ageats. 



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French Ship La SagcfTe, in Sallaft : Captured by 
the Thefeus and Squadron, September 9, 1803. 
— B. Waterhoufe and Co. Agents. 

French Brig Papillon, of 6 Guns, 55 Men, and 
100 Tons, in Ballad ; Captured by Ditto, fame 
Date. — G. and A. Stewart, Agents. 

French Brig Trois Amis, of 12 Men and 2co 
Tons: Captured by Ditto, fame Date, and the 
fame Agents. 

French Schooner Le Courieur de Naiitz, of 17 
Men and 70 Tons, laden with Flour, Wino, Sic. : 
Captured by Ditto, lame Date, and the fame 
Agents. 

Schooner Sally, of 8 Men and 130 Tons: Cap- 
tured by Ditto, fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

Schooner Mary, of 5 Men and 50 Tons : Captured 
by Ditto, fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

Schooner Two Friends : Captured by the Dcfirce 
and Squadron, September 9, 1803. — B. Water- 
houfe and Co. y\gents. 

French Sloop (Name unknown) in Ballaft : Cap- 
tured by the Hunter and Ingltfield, fame Date, 
and the lame Agent:;. 

American Schooner Polly, laden with Coffee and 
Sugar : Captnrcd by Ditto, fame Date, and the 
fame Agents. 

Schooner Urlula, laden with Flour and Provliions : 
Captured by the Gypiey, lame Date, and the 
fame Agents. 

Schooner Efperanza, laden with Cattle: Captured 
by Ditto, fame D.ite, and the fame Agents. 

American Schooner Little Sarah, laden witli Coffee, 
&.C. : Captured by the Bellerophon and Loring, 
fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

Spanilh Ship Cafmopolite, Iftden with Negroes and 
Trinkets : Captured by Ditto, fame Date, and 
the fame Agents. 

French Schooner Jeune Adelle, laden with Ballaft, 
a few Diy Good, a.^d Ironmongery : Captured 
by the Racoon and BlfftU, October 14, ibo3, 
fame Agents. 

French Cutter L'.-\milie, laden with Ballafl, a few 
Dry Goods and. Ironmongery: Captured by 
Ditto, fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

French Schooner La Liza, laden with B.nllafl, a 
few Dry Goods and Ironmongery : Captur.'d by 
Ditto, fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

French Schooner No. I. (Name unknown) laden 
with Ballaft, a few Dry Goods and Ironmongery: 
Captured by Ditto, October 33, 1S03, fame 
Agents. 

Freixh Schooner No. 2. (Name unknown) laden 
with a few Dry Goods: Captnrcd by Ditto, 
fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

French Sliip Catherine and .-\delaide, laden with 
fundry Dry Goods and Ironmongery: Captured 
by the Cumberland and Sernll, lame D.itc, and 
the fame Agents. 
French Ship Sophie, hden with fundry Dry Goods 
aud Ironmongery : Captured by Ditto, fame 
Date, and the iair.e Agents. 
French Schooner Lahtte, kidcn with fundry Dry 
Goods and Iionmcngery : Cr.ptured by Ditto, 
fame Date, and the fame Agents. 
French Ship Mars, of i Gun, 33 Men, and 560 
Tons, laden with BalUft, fome Provilions and 
Paftengera, 230 Soldiers with Officers : Captured 
by the Elephant and Squadron, fame Date.— 
K. Lake and Co. Agentn. 

jSo. 13670. B 



French Brig Goelan, in Ballaft : Capitulated at 

Aux Cayes to La Pique and Pelican, Cumberland 

and Whitby, Odober 13, 1803. — B. Waterhoufe 

and Co. Agents. 
French Schooner Tricoleur, in Ballaft : Capitulated 

at Aux Cayes to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame 

Agents. 
French Cutter Sandwich, in Ballaft : Capitulated 

at Aux Cayes to Diito, fame Date, and the fame 

Agents. 
French Schooner Piere Chenie, in Ballaft : Capitu- 
lated at Aux Cayes to Ditto, fame Date, and the 

fame Agents. 
French Brig Vigilante, in Ballaft : Capitulated at 

Aux Cayes to Ditto, fame Date, aud the fame 

Agents. 
French Schoone.- Courieur et Conquereur, in Bal- 
. laft : Capitulated at Aux Cayes to Ditto, fame 

Date, and the fame Agents. 
French Schooner Aiguille, in Ballaft : Capitulated 

at Aux Cayes to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame 

Agents. 
French Brig Concorde, in Ballaft : Capitulated at 

Aux Cayes to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame 

Agents. 
French Brig St. Antonio y les Animas, in Ballaft : 

Captured by the Mignonne, fame Date, and the 

fame Agents. 
American Schooner Nancy, laden with Coffee, &c. : 

Captured by the BtUerophon and Squadron, fame 

Date, and the fame Agents. 
French Schooner Rufino et Rofavio : Captured by 

the Pique, i^c. fame Date, and the fame Agents. 
French Schooner L'Heureux Rencontre: Captured 

by the Blanche, &c. fame Dace, and the fame 

Agents. 
French Schooner Charlotte : Captured by the 

Pique, &c. fame Date, and the fame Agents. 
American Schooner Amphion : Captured, by the 

Blanche and Squadron, fame Date, and the fame 

Agents. 
French Schooner Concord : Captured by the Pique, 

&c. fame Date, and the fame Agents. 
American Ship Elk : Recaptured by the Bellero- 

phon and Squadron, fame Date, and the fame 

Agents. 
American Ship (Name unknown) : Captured by 

Ditto, fame Date, and the fame Agents. 
Am.erican Schooner (Name unknown) : Captured 

by Ditto, fame Date, aud the fame Agents. 
French Schooner Fanny : Captured by the Echo 

and Badger, fame Date. 
Privateer ruji on Shore by the Gypfey Schooner and 

dcftroyed. 
L'Efperance Privateer Schooner run on Shore by 

the Snake, and dellroyed ; her Crew, confifting ot 

Sixty Pcrfons, fent to Port Royal. 

J. T. DUCKWORTH. 

Admiralty- OfHce, January 31, 1804. 
Copy of a Letlfffiom Captain tVilliam Se!by, Comman- 
der of His Majejlfs Ship the Cer'uerus, to Sir Evan 
Nepean, Bait, doled at Spitheadi the zGlh Infant. 

SIR, 
T BEG you will be pleafed to lay before my Lord* 
A Commiflioners of the Admiralty, the enclofed 
Copy of a Letter written to Rear- Admiral Sir James 
SaumarriZ, (tating my having captured, in His Ma- 
jefty's Ships under my Command, the N.tticnal Gun 



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\'<:(Tcl Le Chame;!U, arid deftroyeu anoilier off Cape 
La Hague, on the Night of tin; Jjih Iiiftant. 

I am, &c. W. SELBY. 

His LLv.'Ufs Ship C.-rhnii, of Cape La 
TjIR, Hd-ur, 2f<lli j<!nujry, I 804. 

IX piirfuaiice of your Orders, I Y>.ilerd>yat One 
P. M. weighed 1:1 His M;iie(ly's ^hip Cerberus, 
iinder my Conimaud, from Gutnifcy Roads, and 
haviiiiT paQed through the I.ille RufTel, I rtiaptd a 
Cdurfe tor Cape la. Hague, in oidcr, if polTible, to 
look iir.o Cherbourg!! before <^ark. ; in our Approach 
to the above Cape, wc difcoveicd a Convoy of the 
Enemy, confilliiig of Four armed Velfels, ileering 
to the.Eallward. >We had the good l-'ortune to cut 
lhen\ oil before they reached the Cape, wliich obliged 
them lo anchor. T^lie Strength of the Tide pre- 
. vented our reaching them. 

I theiefore hauled the Wind to the Southward, 
\inder a I'rcis of Sail, until after dark, when we 
boiei'p for Cape la Hague, arid at Midnight faw 
them coming round the Cape, but fo clofe to the 
iand that it was conlidcred dangerous to take tlie, 
Ship jiear them. However, a heavy Squall of 
Wind driving them a little further from tlie Shore, 
wc lucceeded in capturing the National Gun VclTel 
Le Chameau, and driving one on llie Rocks, the 
reft effetled their Efcapc, owing to the Vicliu'ty of 
the Rocks, which. at that Time was not more than a 
Cable's length from us. 

The above Gun Vt.Tcl is Three Hundred Tons 
-Burthen, is quite new, carr)ing Four long Six- 
Pounders and Two Swivels, and commanded by 
! Francis Galliare Enfign de V'aifieau, having on board 
at theTime of Capture Fifty-eight Men, Twenty-one 
of which are Soldiers, fully accoutcred. She is cal- 
■ culated to carry between Two and Three Hundred 
Troops, and appears to be a Gun VtlTcl lit fJor His 
:Majeily's Service. 

I have the Honor to be, &c. 

WILLIAM SELBY. 
.iRear- Admiral Sir James Saunarez, Bart..K..B. 
Commander in Chief, Guernfey. 



WhllehdV, Ji^nuary l\, 1 804. 
•The iiord Chancellor has appointed Maurice 
Halford Barrow, of Eall Grinfted, in the County 
of-Su(Tex, Gent, to be a Mailer E>:traordinary io 
the. High Court of Chancery. 



Whllehall, January 31, 1804.. 
The King hasheen pleafed to grant to the Rev. 
. Robert Holmes, Doctor in Divinity, the Deanry 
■ of the Cathedral Clulrch of Winchtlter, void by the 
, Death of Dodor Newton Ogle : 

TheKiig has alio been pleaftd to grant to the 
Reverend William Howley, Clerk, Mailer of Arts, 
- the Place and Dignity of a Canon of the Cathedral 
Church of Chrill, in the Uinverlity of Oxford, the 
fame being void by the Refignation of Dodlor Ro- 
bert Holmes : 

The King has alfo been pleafed to grant-to the 
Honorable and Reverend Henry Lewis Hobart, 
Clerk, Matter of A1I3, the Place and Dignity of a 
Canon or Prebendary of the Metropolitical Church 
of Canteri)ufy, void by the Death of Dodtor Ben- 
liCtt Storcr. 

The King has been pleafed to appoint Mr. Ro 
bcrtjarnffon, to the Office of Regius Profelfor of 
Natural Hidory, and Keeper of the Mufenm, or Rc- 
pofitory of Natural Curiofitics in the Univerfity of 
Edinburgh, vacant by ihc Deelli of Dodtor John 
Walker. 



PayOfflcc, Horfe-Guards, Jaiitiary ^i, 1804. 

THE Right Honorable the "Paymaller-General 
of His Majcfty's Forces having ordered Six 
Months' Half-Pay to be ifTued to all the reduced 
Officers of Hi< Majefty'i Laud Forces, between the 
24th June 1803, and the 25th December following; 
alio Six Months' Allowance to the Officers and pri- 
vate Gentlemen of His Majelly's late Third and 
Fourth Troops of Horfe Guards, for the fame 
Time ; Notice is hereby declared, that on Wednefday 
the 8th of February next cnfuing. Attendance will 
be given at the above-mentioned Office for Pay- 
ment of the fame accordingly. 

J. Sicplieiifon, Cafliier of Half-Pay. 



JF': 



Whitehall, 2lfl January 1804. 
'Hcreasll hath been humbly rrprefcntcd to the King, 
that In the Night of Thurfday the Z2d ijf Decemlcr 
hifl, about Ten 0' Clock, the Report of feveral Guns was 
heard In a Wood belonging to and near the Houfe of 
Francis Ferrand Foljambe, Efq\ of Ofberton, In the 
County of Nottingham, whereupon JVllllam Hall his 
Gamekeeper, and feveral others of his Servants, ■7uent 
out to endeavour to apprehend the Offenders, and having 
purfued them from the IVood 'where the Report tuns 
firfl heard to another at fome Dljlance, they all (except 
IVllllam Holmes, one of the Servants of Mr. Foljambe, 
mho 'was on Horfeback) entered the Wood, and In the 
Middle of It found one William Atkins armed with a 
Gun, which lie prefenled, threatening to blow out the 
Brains of the firjl that came near him ; and It was mt 
till after lonfideruble Rejljlance Atkins 'was fecurcd : 
And loherens during the Struggle with Atkins the Re- 
port of another Gun was heard on the Ouljidc of the 
Wood, and Immediately afterwards a Cry as of a Perfon 
in Agony, and thereupon feveral of the Servants of the 
fald Francis Ferrand Foljambe, Efq; ran lo the Spot, 
and fotind there the fald IVllllnm Holmes lying on the 
Ground dangeroufly -wounded ; and the fald William 
Holmes hath depojed, that feeing two Men, one In a 
Blue Jacket, the other In a Smock Frock, he rode up to 
the than In a Jacket, and endeavoured to fecure him, on 
which the Man Immediately fired at him, and then, with 
his Companion, effeSed his Efcnpc : And whereas the 

Clrcumjlances of T-wo Men of the Names of 

Smith and Wdllam Thornton having been J'een In Com- 
pnny -with Atkins on the Evening of the Commlffion of 
this atrocious Outrage In the Drefs d.fcrlbed by Wltllain 
Holmes ; and It appearing that tlie fald Wdllam Thorn- 
ton that Evening b'lUght Powder and Shot at Retford ; 
anil neli hey Smith nor Tl.'ornlon havlni; fince been ftcn or 
heard of In the Neighbourhood where they rc/ided,J)rongly 
aiilhorvze the Siifplclon that they were Parties in the 
Perpetration of the Atrocity; 

His Majijiy, i href ore, for the better and more fpccdlly 
apprehending and bringing to Ju/lice the Perfons con- 
cerned In the above Outrage, is hereby pleajed to prowfe 
His mojl gracious Pardcn to any t)ue of the fald Of- 
fenders (except the Perfon who athially fired the Gun, 
and wounded the fald William Holmes J who Jhall mate 
fuch Dlfco7)try,of hit Accomplice or Accomplices therein 



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as that he or, they may be appnhemkJ atiJ conviHed 
thenof. C. YORKE. 

jinil, as a further Encouragement for the Difcovery of 
fuch Offender or Offenders, a Reward of ONE HUN- 
DRED GUINEAS is hereby offered to any Perfon 
vr Perfous maL'ing the fume, (except the Perfon before 
excepted,,) to be paid upon the Convidion of fuch Offcn- 
\ier or Offenders, by the faid '.Francis Ferrand Fol- , 
jambe, Efq. 

WliitelialljJaiiGary 21, 1804. 
''TTereas it liaih been humbly rcprefented to the King, 
tkrt a mojl daring and fiaudaJnus Outrage took 
place in the City of Chefler,- on It^cdneflny the 2Sth 
Day of Dxember hifl, -wherein divers Perfons-, at pre- 
fent unknown, proceeded to dejlroy the Gates of the Gaol 
of the faid City, and to deliver by Force a Perfon con- 
fined therein ; 

Bis Majefly, for the better apprehending and bringing 
■io Jujliee the Perfuns concerned in the daring and fcan- 
dalous Outrage ahovemenlioned, is hereby plea fed to pro- 
■tiiife His v'.ofi gracious Pardon to any One of them, (ex- 
cept the Pafons a3ually concerned in deflroying or pul- 
ling down, or aiding or ajffling to pull down, the Gales 
of the faid Gaol, J 'whoJiMll difcover liis or their yk- 
compUce or Accomplices therein, fo that he, fhe, or they 
■nay be apprehended and conviScd thereof. 

C. YORKE. 

And, a: a further Encouragement, a Reward of 
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS is hereby offered io 
any Perfon making fuch Difco'very as aforefaid, (except 
as is before excepted,) to be paid on the Convi3ion of any 
One or more of the Offenders, by the Lords Commff toners 
of His Majejly's Treafury. '., 

OFFICE FOR TAXE5, SOMERSET- 
PLACE. January .3 1, 1804. 
fUrfuant to an A8 psffed in the Forty-fecond Year 
of His prefentr Majtjly's Reign, Notice is hereby 
n. That the Price of Three per Centum C'lifolidated 
Bank Annuities, fold at the Bank of England on this 
Day, was £^S^ and under f.^ J per Centum. 
By Order of the Commijfioners for the Affairs of 'Taxes, 
Matthew Winter, Secretary. 

STATE LOTTERIES. 
Stamp-Office, Somerfet- Place, Jan. 7, 1804. 
TlS Majefiy^s Comm'ffioners for managing the 
* Stamp-D utics do hereby give Notice, that the fol- 
lowing are the Perfons who are duly licenfed by them 
for felling Tickets in the prcfent Stale-Lotteries: 

Bid) Thomas, No. 4, CornhilUNo. 9, Cliarin^-Crofs ; Cities 
of Edinburgli, Gloucefter, and Roclicdcr ; Towns ef Man- 
chefter, Mavgate, and Kingfton-Mpon-KuU. 

Branfcomb James, No. ii, Holborn, No. 37, Cornhill; Cities 
of Edinburgli, Gloucefter, Coventry, Norwich, Saiiibnry, 
Chicheller, Cheller, York, Bath, Brifiol, Exeter, Well's, 
Winchelier, Worccffcr, Aberdeen, and Glafgow ; Tosvns 
of Reading, Birmingham, Bury .St. Edmunds, Goiport, 
Kmgllon-ripon-Huil, I.yjin, Dtimfries, BolTon, Newark, 
Northampton, Portfea, Plymouth, .Stimford, Chatham, 
Beverley, Dorcheif er, Dundee, Newport Pagncli, Newport, 
Ific of Wight, Sherborne, Weymouth, Wolverhamplon, 
Eridgewater, Marlborough, Yatmr,.:th, Liverpool, I.an- 
tafter, Nev.'cartle-upon-Tync, and Shrew/bury. 

Brucklhaw John and Capcl John, Royal Exchange, Cornhitl. 

Carroll John, No. zi, O.iford-btrect, and Town of Man- 
chefter. 

Carter William, No. 8,Charing-Crol"s. 

Downs Peter, No. 8i, Newgate-.Strc-jt. 

Dnimmond Alexander, No. 65, Fleet-Street. 

Harrifon Saraband Brooke William, No. a,57 Piccadilly. 

Hazard Robcrtj Burne Thomas, Warner Edward, Burn'-. Tha-- 



P' 



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mas the >t>i;nger, and Wir«er Thomas Courtena>-, ■Royal- 
Exchange, CornhilL 

Hodfjes Richard, No. 14O, Oxfor(l-.Stiect,No, 44,81. Jame.'.'s- 
Street; City of Lincoln ; Tov.ns of Huntingdon, Notting- 
ham, Portfmouth, BtigKthclmflone, Plynioutli,«n(l Doc- 
cafler. 

-Kodges William; No. 117, Pall-Msll. 

Horniby 'I'liomas, Corniiiil ; Cities of Canterhitry, Chefler, 
Ercter, Worceller.york, Coventry, Norwich, Bath, and 
Hereford ; Towns -of .Sonthampton, Liverpool, 'I-adnton, 
I,yn.n, Deal, Swanlea, Derby, <Joiport, Maiollone, .Sjiaftf- 
tnity, Leeds, Wilbeach, .Sheffield, NewcalUc-npon-'fyne, 
'Xancaflcr. Birmingham. Kendal, ?.nA I'lymouth. 

Jicklon Richard, Pope's Head Alley, Cornhill. 

Johnlbn John, Pope's Head AUey, CornhUl. 

iVlarter Edward, No. i, Great Piazza, Covent-Garden. 

Nichoilbn William, 'No. 83, Corner of the Royal-Exdiange. 
Cornhill; City of Bath; Towns of Leeds, Brecon, and 
Ramfgate. 

Norton James and Norton James, jun. City of Eriltol. 

Pope Simeon, No. u, Callle- Alley, Ro);al-£idl«nge. 

Porter James, No. 14, Parliament Street. 

Richardfon Peter, Goodluck Elizabeth, and ArnuU Georije, 
Cornhill and Charing-Crofs; , Cities of Norwich, Bath, 
Canterbury-, Oloucefltr, and Exeter ; Towns oi Notting- 
ham, Sherborne, Leicefter, Mancl;etler, Colcheller, Liv r- 
pol, Southampton, Reading, Poole, Leeds, Shrewlbury 
P.irtfeT, Kingllon-upon-Hull. Piyrjiouth-Dock.Ncwcaftle- 
tipon-Tyne, Hadleigh, and Wakefield. 

Rol;:;rts Thomas, No. 8, Cornhill. 

Scott Oi!orge, No. is. New Bond-?treet. 

.Stewart Julin, No. 1:1, Oxford-Street. 

Swift Tt.onias, and fJandon Joan, Poultry ; Cities of BriPtol, 
Canterbury, Chicheller, Norwich, Bath,Gloucc(lcr, York, 
and Glalgow ; Towns of Birmingham, Liverpool, Lced», 
M^indfor, Derby, Sheffield, Ltieelter, Nowcaflle-upon- 
T\'ne, King'ton-npon-HuU, Staniljj»d,W!iiiehaven, Man- 
cherter.and Ipr\\ich. 

Thonifon John, aird Giles Arthur, City of Edinbnr£;h, 

Tinner George, No. 59, BiOiopfjjate-Street. 

White John, and Forreft Daniel, City of Edinburgh. 

By the A el of /^^d Geo. 3. f/j. 91 . // is enaSed, that 
no Perfon Jhall keep an Office for dealing in T'lckets and 
Shares, without having Jiijl obtained a L'lcence for 
that Purpofe. 

By the fame Ad. it is enaHed, that nil Tickets de- 
pofited with the Receiver- Central of this Revenue for 
the Purpofe of being fold into Shares, and which fisall 
be drawn Prinzes of 50/. or under, Jhall remuin Three 
Days, and all Prizes of lool. and upwards, Jhall 
remain Fourteen Days in this Office after the fame jhall 
he drawn, in order that the Share Holders may have 
Time to give Notice to the fa'ul Receiver- General, not to 
deliver fuch Prize Tickets out of his Cvjlody until the 
Shares are paid err fatisfiid. 

And that vo Receipt for any Tii.ket d.pofiSed as 
aforefaid, Jhall be transferable, nor the Interefl or Pro- 
perty therein ajfignable ir. an y Ulanner wha'/oewr. 
By Order of the Comm'ffwr.ers, 

C. E. Bereeford, Secretary. 

Navy-Offi-ce, January 25, 1804.. 
nr^HE Prinepal Officers and Commiffioners of His 
His Majefly' s Navy do hereby give Notice, that or. 
Thurfday the id of February t:e::t, at One (PClock, 
they leill be ready t'l treat -with fuck Perfons as may be 
witling to ecntraH for rigging His /ILt/e/ly's Ships in 
the Rivers Thames and Medway, at Porlfmouth, and 
at Plymouth. 

A Form of the Tender, with the Conditions of the 
Controd, may be feen at this Office. 

No Tender will be received after Twelve -o' Clock or. 
the Day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlefs the Party., 
or an jif gent for him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 



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OfSco of Ordnance, Janunry 9, : 804. 
n'^HE Principal OJJlcers of Nit Mij^fy'i Ordnance 
^ lio lertliy ^l^'t Nutice, lliat Pj-tip'fals -will he rc- 
^tivcd at ihe'ir Of.ce, iu St. HargaretSlrect, I'/rf.- 
tniii/Ier, on TliurjJay the zJ Djf of Fcbrunry next, 
Jrjin fuch Perfims as niity h tfi'i'.ng to undertcle the 
Supply af I.catheni Breeches and Gloves for the 
llijyal Horftf Artiller)', and Corps of Gunner 
Drivers, upon ConlraS for a Period of Three Years 
from the ijl of April next, Patlirr.s of tie Jriides may 
he fen up<jn J ppli cation to jllr. CiiJ}, the Ordnance 
Slorekcp:'r, at IVool-u'tch, and the Ti-rris and Conditions 
of the Contrad may be inorvn at the Sa:re:.?ry's OJice in 
St. Margaret- Street afortfuid, cny Day bctivccn the 
Hours of 'Ten and Four o'Cloch, luhere tl: Prcpofah 
are lo he delivered, fealed up, and marked on the Oiiiftde 
' Propofals for the Supply of Leathern Breeches and 
Gloves,''^ but no Propofals can he admitted after Thurf- 
day the id Felruerry next. 

By Order of the Board, 

R. H. Crew, Secretary. 

SUGARS. 

7^0Ii Sale, by Order of the Honorable Coinmif 
fioners of His Mnjejy's Cufloms, in the Long- 
Room, at the Ctflom-Houfe, London, on Thurfday the 
<)th of February 1804, at Three 0' Clock in the /Ifter- 
noon, ta Lots of 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 Cajis each, 
H. ■;. B. 

46 1 — Faibadocs. 
•J 17 8 — Antigua. 
jj{ 6 — St. Kitts. 
3s I — Xevis. 
14 14' — MniitlciTat. 
Samples lo be -viett'ed at IFycherly's Tard, oppofte 
Bear ^ay, on Wednefday the tilh and Thurjday the 
(jib of February next. 

Biitifli Linen Company's Office, Edin- 
burgh, January 27, 1804. 
rHE Diredors of the Britifli Linen Company hereby 
give iv'olice, that a ^larterly General Court of 
Proprietors ■will be held at their Office here on Monday 
the ^ih Day of March next, at One o'clock in the 
Afternoon, for the Eleaion of Governor, Deputy Go- 
vernor, and Direaorsfor the Tear enfuing, purfuanl lo 
their Charter. 

Nofigned Lifts -will be received after Tii'o 0' Clock in 
the Afternoon. 

Leeds and Liverpool Canal, and Douglas Naviga 
tion. 
Biadford, December 8, I 803. 

AT Otice is hereby given, that at the next General Meet- 
ing or Afnibly of the Proprietors of the Leeds 
and Liverpool Canal, -which ivill be held at the Sun 
Inn, in Bradford, in the County of Tori, at Eleven 
o'Ckck in the Forenoon, on Friday the 13/A Dry of 
April next, it tvill be propofed that an Alteration /hall 
be made in the Tolls, Rates, and Duties of Coah, Slack, 
and Cinders, -which Jhnll be carried upon any Part or 
Parts of the fold Canal and Douglas Na-sigation, be- 
tween Wigan and Liverpool, and bet-ween IVigan and 
the River Ribble, in the County- Palatine of Lancajler. 
ly advancing the faid Tolls, Rates, and Duties upon 
fuch aforefai.l Coals, Slack, and Cinders, or ufonjuch 
Part or Parts thereof as the faid Proprietors fhall 
think proper. 

By Order, 
Sam. llailftone, Law Clerk to tiiefaid Pro- 
prietors, 



yjC-'ee is hereby given, thai em Account of the Sal- 
■'■ ' vagc for the Lord Nelfon, retaken T]th Aiigujl 
1 803, by His Majejly's Ships Tonnant, Colojfus, Spen- 
cer, Cultoden, Sirius, and Seagull, under the Orders of 
Sir Edward Pelle-w, Bart, -will be depqfited in the 
Regifry of the High Court of Admiralty agreeable to 
Ail of Parilamert. 

Weddi;rburB and Co. Ommanney and Drucc, 

Cook and Halford, R. and A. Toulmin, 

of London ; Sam. Pellew, of Fidmouth ; 

N. A. Hunt, and Edw. LvHes, Edmund 

Lockyer, of Plymouth, Agents. 

London, January 30, 1804. 
TyrOliCC is hereby given to the Officers and Com- 
■'■^ panics of His Mtijtfy's Ship Ifis and Fox (3), 
Hired Cutter, -who -were aiiualty prefent at the Recap- 
ture of the Ships Union and Maria, on the ^h and 
e,th of jidy 1 803, that they -will be paid their refpettive 
Sh.i.es of Salvage for the faid Recaptures ly Jofeph 
TrounfeH, aHir.g Agent, on board the Ifts, at Spilhead, 
on Saturday next, the 4lh Felruarv ; and ihst the 
Shares net then paid -zvill be recalled for Three Tears 
every RIonday and Friday, at A'a. 3, Gi eal Lrmond- 
Slreet, Loudon. Jofeph Trouuftll. 

Loiidon, Januavy 31, 1804. 
j\J Olice is hereby given, that a Dijli dmlion of the 
Proceeds of the Hull, Stores, and Buun'y Money 
granted lor the Capture of the French Private Ships of 
ICar Courier de Terre N^uvc, on the 2-}i[ J^uly 1803, 
and L' Atalantc, on the z-]th "July 1803, by Jdis Ma- 
je/ly's Ship Plar,:agenet, G E. Hamond, Efq; Comman- 
der, -will be matle on b-:iard the faid Ship at Plymouth 
before fhe proceeds to Sea ; and -will be recalled at our 
Office in Cecil Street, every Jucceeding Day let-ween the 
Hours of '1 en and One for Three Tears to come. 

Otnmaiiney and Druce, ASing Agents. 

Cailifle, Jiniiciryii, 1804. 

Notice is liercljy given, tliat the Partncrfliip carried on 
between us the iinilcrli;;necl John Moore, of Caldcw- 
. gate, near tile City of Cai liHe, in the County of Cumberland, 
and James Hamilton, of Sliaddongate, near the faid City of 
Cailille, and County aforel'aid, Muflin Manufaflurers, was 
by mutual Confcnt dilToived en the 6th Day of December 
iBo.";; and that the Trade in future will be carried on by 
tlie laid John Mooic alone, who is fully authorilcd to receive 
all outrtandinj; Debts due or owinjj fo the laid Copart^er- 
(hip : .\s wit riefs our Hands, ^ohn Moore. 

'James Hamilton. 

Notice is hereby given, that tlic Pjrtuerdiip lately ful- 
fitlin;^ and carrietl on by u? Sojjlda Miufray and Sa- 
muel Field, of .Smitbfield, in the City of London, Bankers 
an;l Agents, under the Stile and Firm of Mingay, Mingay, • 
;ind Field, as iiilo the Partnerlhip latily fuhfiftin;^ and carried 
on by us Sophia iVIingay, .Samubl lield, and Willi;im Jamei 
Miugny,<)t SmitlifieUlaforclaid, U'inc-.Mcrchantsaud Dealers 
in I'oveign S]:iiits and I'orter, under the Stile and Firm of- 
Mingay, Field, and Mingay, were rcfpeftivelv on the I4tli 
Day of January inftant dillolvcd b\ nHitual Confent. All 
Perlons indebted to the iV\A icveral Partncrlhips aic hereby 
delired to pay the Amount of their (everul Debts to the faid 
Sophia Mingay I and all Pcrfons having any Claim or De- 
mand on the laid fevcral Partncrlhips are dcfircd to apply to 
the faid Sophia Mingay, wl-.o will diG:harj^c the fame.— 
Dated the 26th Day of January 1804. 

S. Mingay. 
Sam. Field. 
ir. 7. Mingay. 

Notice is hereby givan, thnt the Partnerftiip lately fub- 
fifting between William Schlaberg, John Rothwell, 
and William Stretch, of Mjochcllc, iu th. ■Couutyof I.M1- 



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-c.iOcr, as Fi:lliin-Man\irafliircis, can-ie(.1 on at Mancliefier 
afordbid, iimlur the Stile and Krm of .SrlihlicrjT, Rothwcll, i 
and Strctcli,wa5 dilVolveri by mutual Cnnlcnt nn ihi; irt Day 
of Mny 18^3 All Debts due and owing to :uul fiom the 
laid Ciinccvn will lie received and paid by the laid William 
SehUheic, at his Countin;<-Houfe, in Red-Crois-Stnet, in 
ATanchedcr ilorefaid. Witneli our Hands :hi<; zyi Day of 
January iS04, William Sch'aber^. 

Thos. Be'/haiu, 
Jas. Wh'ilAy, 
Executors ol' the late Jiiin Rothw;!!. 
JVm. Su-etch. 

Notice is hereby given, that tlie Paitnerdil,-! lately Tub- 
lilling between William Sthlaber;;and Willjim Stretch, 
of Mancbeflcr, In the County of Lancaller, as Fufti.in-Ma- 
nufatbircrs, carried on at Manclieller afoielaid, under the 
Stile and I'irm of Schlaberg and Stretch, was dilTolvcd by 
mutual Conlcnt on the 17th Dsy of December i8o,v All 
Debts due and owing to or from ibe faid Concern will be 
received and paid by the laid William Scblaberg, at his 
Countir.g-Houle, in Rcdcrofs-Strcet, in Manchelter aforcfaid. 
Witneli oia: Hands tJiis 23d Day of ] muary 1804, 

//(«. Schlabe:^. 
IVm. Si retch. 

LONDON. 
fTE hereby give Notice, that theie never was any Part- 
\ ncilhi|> (ubiilKng between us. Witnels our Hands 
•this 2;tii Day of January 1S04, 

Geo. Holland. 
L. ManaJfL 

Calne, Wilts, January 27, 1804. 

^'70tice is hereby given, that the CopaitneiJhip betwixt 
^ James Knight, of Calne aforelaid, and Michael Rey- 
nolds, of the fame Place, Blue and Furnace Dyers, is and 
(lands didolved from the ii(f of January inltant ; and that all 
Debts due from or to the faid Ivirm are to be difburlcd by or 
paid to the laid James Knight, who continues the fame Bu- 
nefs folely : As witneli our Hands the Day and Year afore- 
laid, yames Knight. 

Michael Reynohli. 

Notice is hereby given, tliat the Partnerrtiip heretofore 
lubfirting and carried on by us the underfigned John 
liramwell and Robert I.awton, at Stayley-Bridge, in ths 
Parilh of Alliton-under-Line, in tlie County of I.ancafler, 
under the Firm of Bramwell and Lawton, in the Bufinels of 
a Whitefmilh, was this Day difTolved by mutual Conlcnt; 
and that we have appointed our late Eookeeper, John Clegg, 
to receive and pay all Debts due to and owing trom the faid 
■Concern, Witneli our Hands this a8th Day of January 1804, 

fohn Bramivelli 
Robert Ljwtoa. 

THE Partnerlhip lately fubfifting between John Frofl, 
John 'I'orr, and John Mills, of IMancheller, Cotton- 
Spinners, canying on 'I'rade under the 1-irm of John Fiolt 
and Company, was diflfdvcd by mntu.d Conrent on the id 
D'.yof Januai-y 1803: As witnefs tht Hands of the i'aid 
Parties the 2d Day of Jar.iiary l8s4, 

John Frojl. 
yohn Torr* 
John Mills. 

Notice is ber«by given, that tire Partnerdiip lately fub- 
lifling between John Ireland and Cliarles Agar Hunt, 
of the Univeifity of Oxfoid, Apothecaries, was , diilolved 
upon the nth Dav of September lait, from. whicli. Time the 
Bulinefs will he carried on by the laid John Ireland alone, 
who is authorifed to receive all Debts due to the faid Copart- 
iierlhip. Dated January 13th 1804. 

yohn Ireland. 
Charles J^gar Hunt. 

'HE Partncrll;lp between John 'IVrry and Jolin Fugj^ile, 

late of Maidltonc, in the County of Kent, '1 ailors, 

Diapers, Holiers, and Haberdafhers, was diilolved on the Sth 

JJay of Augufl laff by mutual Coufent. All Peffoiis having 

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any Demands on the fail Paitnerfhip arc requcdi.d to fend j*. 
Ac-onnt thereof to Mr. Charles 'I'opiiin;;, Attorney at T.aw, 
at Maiddone aforefaid, for Ad^ulbiicat and i'aymunt ; an<i 
ad Peri'ons indebted to the faid Partnc.fliip are re luedcd to. 
pay thcii' refpcc'tlve Debts to rile faid Charles '1' ipiiing, who 
is duly authorifed to receive the fame. Dated tliis litli Day 
of January 1804, fohn Terry. 

John Fnggle. 

"TVTOtice is hereby given, that the Copartnerdiip Lite!/ 
J/VJ fnbJiding lictween Jbb Kice and Jol-.n Pot, 01 ijinton 
lixtii. in tie P.uifh of Barton-up'on-Treiif, in the County 
of SlatTord, Fcli-Mafcers, nndertlie Firm ot Rice and Poff,^ 
was dillolvcd by mutual Cunftnt, on the 26tb D.iy of I Ic- 
cemherlaU; th-e Bufinels ha, ftncc that Time, and will ia' 
future be carried on by Job Rice alone, who is hcrijby foiely- 
authorifed to fettle all Accounts, and to receive and pay all 
Debts owing to or by the I'aiil Copai'tnerlliip Trade. Wit- 
nefs their Hands, this 26th D ly of Jannary 1804, 

Jub Rice. 
iiis 

Juhn -\- Port, 
Mark. 

WHereas Thurfton Dale, late of JLiverpoal, in th.e 
County of d.ancallcr, I. inen Draper, dcceafed, by 
Indenture of Alignment, bearing Dale the a;th Day of 
iVIay 1797, did aflign and transfer unto certain Perfons 
therein named, all hi* peif^jnal EUatc and Eficcls, in Trull 
for the equal Benelit of luch of his Creditors as lht>nld come 
in and execute the lame at the Time, or before a Final Di- 
vidend of his EifcitS Ihould be made ; Notice is thercl^orc 
hereby given, that a Final Dividend of tlie Eftate and EffeGs 
oil the faid Thurflon D.ale, will be made at the Office of- 
Mellrs. RediHi and Bird, in Liverpool, on tlie ill Day of 
March next, and fuch Creditors of the iiiid ThurfSon Dale, 
who have not executed the laid Aingnnient, and who were 
Creditors previous to tlie faid 27lh Day of May, are hereby 
required to execute fuch Allignment, which is now in the 
Flands of Crump and Lodge, Attornies, Temple-Court, Li- 
verpool, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid 
Dividend. 

Creditors of JOHN EDWARD.''. 

Notice is hereb)' given to the Creditors of John Ed- 
wards, of Highwortli, in the County of Wilts, Shop- 
keeper, that the Deed of AHignment and Trud, executed by 
the faid John Edwards, for the Benefit of all his Ci editors 
who Ihould come in and execute the fame, is now lying at 
the Office of Mr. George Adams, Solicitor, in the Old Jewry, 
London, for the Execution of fuch Ci'editors as have n("t 
already ex-ecuted the fame, previous to a Dividend of the 
Eflate and Eifects of the faid John Edwards, which is in- 
tended to be made on the ill Day of March next; and fuch 
of his Creditors wdio do not come in and execute the fame 
Deeil, on or before the faid 111 Day of IVIaicIi next, will be 
excluded the Benefit of the faid Deed, and of his faid Filiate 
and Erieifls. 

TO he peremptorily fold, purfuant to a Decree of the. 
High Court of Chancery, made in a Caufc of Cilkes 
againil Beardmore, (in feveral diftiniTl Lots,) before John 
.Springett HarVey, ^iq\ one of t!ie Mailers of the faid Court, 
in the Public Sale Room of the Court, in Southampton-Build- 
ing.s London, on Tuefday the loth Day of April 1804, 
between the Flours of Five and Six in the Afternoon, 'Fhree 
liii.iU Freehold Houfes in York-Street, Battel fea Fields, in 
the County of Surrey, 

Particulars may be had 'gratis) at the faid Maftcr's Cham- 
bers in Southampton-Euildtngs aforeliiid ; of -Mr. James, So- 
licitor, No. II, Gray's-inn-Place ; and of Mellrs. Kindcrley 
and Long, Symond's- Inn. 

WHereas by an Advertifenient publifhed in the London 
.Gazette of the 12th Day of November 1803, the 
Creditors of Dame Judith Clifton, late of Clifton, in the 
County of Nottingham, deceaftd, the Widow of the late Sir 
Robert Clitton, Baronet, dcceafed, were fummoned to come 
in and prove their Debts before Jolm Ord, E^tj; one of the 
A'lallers of the Court of Chancer)-, at his Chambers in 
Southampton-Buildings, Chancei^-Lane, London, on or be- 
fore the lOth Day of December 1803, or that in Default 
thereof tiiereof they would ,be peiemptorily excluded. .ths 



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Benefit of the faid I>tcree ; in& whereas the fiid Maftci 
has thought fit to enlarge the Time fo thereby limited A-om 
the faid loth Day of December 1803, until the 28th of Fe 
bniary r804, on or belore which Day the Creditors of the 
laid Dame Judith Cliiton, and Jio luch Pcrfons as are Cre- 
ditors of the faid Sir Robert Clifton, for and in rcfpeit of 
Dehts lor which ihc the («id Dame Judith Clifion bath by 
any Deid. orby her lad Will made herfclf liable to pay, are 
to come in and prove fuch Debts before the faiJ Mailer, or 
in Default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded the 
Benefit of tlie iaid Decree. 

THE Creditors who hive ^Tirovrd their Debts under a 
Commituon of Bankrupt awarded and itiued ajjjinft 
Williim BcUfon the Elder, Robert Btalfon, Jolui Bcatl'on, 
and William Beatfon the Younger, all now. or late of Maf- 
borough, in the Papflh of Rothcrham and Clouiny»if> York, 
Ghemills, CommooBrewers. and GlafTnun, »ftd C^ip«rtners 
in Trade, arcdtfired to mtct ti.e Alignces of- the faid 
Bankrupts' tlUtc and Effe^s, on Tu fday ilie 14th Day of 
Febiuary De»t, at Eleven o'CIock in the Forenoon, it flie 
Houfe .of John Batty, ■InnholilcT, in RotlKrhani, in the 
County of York, in order to take into Confuleratimi tlie 
Propriety of petitioning the Lord High Chancellor of 
-Orcat Britain rejpefting the Joint «nd .Separate' Debts, 
and the Joint and Separate hllatc of. t'le laid Uank- 
ruptsj and whether, under the pirticel.ir Circumlhnces "f 
the Ca(e, the Separate Creditors M the faid .V.'.illi.im lieal- 
ibii the Elder, or fomc id them, Ihould not. be entitled to re^ 
ccive a Dividend out of the Joint Ellate of the faidi Bank- 
lupts, togclher with the Joint Creditors; and alfo to aflcnt 
to or or dilTent from the faid Alfignees commencing, pro'ecnt- 
iug, or defending any .Suit or .Suits at Law or in Equity for 
the Recovery ot any Part of the faid Bankrupts' Kfl.ite and 
ElfeiSs; or to the compounding, Submitting to Aibitralion, 
or othemvife agreeing any M.itter. or 'ihing r<lating to the 
fiid Bankrupts' Ellate ; and on, other fpccialAlfalis. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Coinmiflion of Bankrupt 3t\'ardcd and iHiied lorth 
aifiinft Thomas Lander, of Stafford, in the County of Staf- 
ford, Shoemaker, Dealer and Chapman, are drfircd to meet 
the Allignces of the Elfatc and EtTrftsof the ("aid Bankmpt, 
on Wednefday the 15th Day of Fobruiry, neTt. at. Eleven 
o'clock in the Forenoon, af the H.iule of William Haubury, 
known by the -Sign of the Woli'eley'.'iTAir.-s, at' Woilclcy- 
Bridge, in the faid County of Ktalfard. to al'ent to or dilfent 
from the faid AITignees commencing and profecOting, a .Suit 
or Sufti in Law, or Equity againll a ceilain IVrlbn lor the 
Recovery of the Mttliiage and Premifes now in his Oecu- 
jiation in Staflbrd aforelaid ; or to ihe compounding fuh- 
initting to Arbitration, ot utberyvvfc agreeing aoy Matter 01 
. Thing relating thereto. 

1"'HE Creditors who have.provedtheirDobts ufideraCum- 
midioii. of B.iukrnpt awarded and ilUicd lorih againlf 
John Doughty, of Sljt.jd'.cy, in the County of York, Grocer, 
J.incn and Woollen-Draper, are defired to meet the Affignecs 
of the Ellate, ;«iid Etft^tsof the, faid bankrupt, on the 2.id 
.r-af Februai->- nci*.. -'. Icr. o'Clock in til Forenoon, at th.: 
Hoolc of. I hoir.a> Crnith.-'^He Si^n of the (JoMjn -Lion 
.in Stoktfl^y "fo'eliiid, iivordcr to allent to or dilTent fro n 
the laid AlTijtr.ecs commencing. iMolccUlmg, or defendlii)' 
mny Suit or Suit* at Law or in ICniiity lor Recovery of any 
Pait of the ElUto and Ede^ls ol the laid Bankrupt; or to 
the compoundint', luUmitfing to Arintralinii, or otherwife 
airreeing. any Nlattti or Thing relative thereio; and on 
other rpi;cial Alfair*. 

*"! 'HE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
'.J Commiflion of Bankiupt awarded and ilfued agaiiift 
■William Bullcn, ot WakefieKi, in the County of York, Mer- 
chant, Dealer and Chapman, arc defircd to meet the Al- 
<ignces of the laid Bankrupt's Edate and EITc^lt on 1 hurf- 
4ay the ajd of February neit, at live o'clock in the Af- 
ternoon, it the Houfc of Mr. Joleph lirammall, the White 
Hart Inn, in Wakefield aforefjid, in order U> alTcnt to or 
4illent from -the fiid Allignees commencing, profecuting, and 
•Ci^ending any Aftion or Aftions, Suit or Suits at Law or in 
Equity for Recovery of any Part of the faid Bankrupt's Eftate 
anc-Vfe^s; or to the (aid A/fignces compounding, ful>- 
.•nittJhg to Arbitration, or otherwife agreeing to any Debt, 
a*«t*.er, or Thing rtUtiug ihercto ; anil alfu to aflcnt to Of 



difPent froin the faid AlTignecs felling and difpofing of ll* 
Bankrupt's Houfchold Furniture and other Elfe^s hy public 
.Sale or private ContiaO, ai they fhall think moll bent- 
(ici.il; and on other fpecial AtTaiii. 

'"I^KE Creditors of John Somncr Scdlev, formcily of Ifle- 
X_ worth, and fince of the Tower or London, in the 
County tf Midilicfeic, Gentleman, but hte a Prii'oner in the 
^Gaol of the County of ICcnf, and who was dilcharged Irom 
thence under and by viitiie of an Afl of Parliament, palfed 
in tile Forty-lirft Year of the Reigr. of His prilent Ma- 
jefty, entitled " An Ad for the Relief of certain InlbKcrt 
" Debtors," aie drfircd to meet at the Crown and Anchor 
Tavern, in Leadenliall-Street, in the City of London, on 
fhurfday the 2J of FehiuarA' ne\t, .'it Five o'clock in the 
livening, for the Purpose of chuling an Adignec or Allig- 
nces of the KlUte and Lffefls of the laid John Soniner 
Sedicy. 

TH E CttHiilors wl'o have proved tieir Debts under i 
Coniuiillion of Bankrupt awarded and illiied forth 
againft- Richaul Welfmaeott the Elder, of .MoiiiU-Slrcet, in 
t'lo P.iuih of Saint George, Hanovtr-Sqrarc, in the Ciiunty 
of Midiilclex, Seuiptor, Stonci":,ai<>u,cCe,i'rer .ami Chapnian, 
are delirtd to o ett theACIIgners of tli« Eftate and El?efls 
01 the laid Biuii:tt:pt, /jn .i^turday llic4th ol February n.-3tt, 
'1 Eleven o'clock in the Formooii piocifely, at the "I'liutrlied 
HoHl'e 'Favcrii, in St. Janiev-.stiect,' toallent to or diilcnt 
from the faid .'Mii'p,nces fiiiilhing certain Woiks begun by 
the.i^id Baukiupt, and to tluir di^polinij of certain Leafe- 
bgid Premifes by priv.itc Contract ; aud .Ui'o to or iVom iheir 
commencing, iirokcuting, or defending any ;Hnt or Suits at 
Law or ill lujuity for IbexKrcovery ol any i*avt of the faid 
Bankrupt's Elhi!e and F^tlefts ; or to tbi componrding, fub- 
inittinglo Arbitration, or otlierwili; ag reiiig any Mattel or 
Thing ccUtive thereto; and ou other ilpccial Atjairs, 

ITTHereasa CommifTion of Bankrupt Is. awarded and 
V\ ill'ucd forth a^.oull John iiki)l, of the Strand, in 
tlie Parilh of St Martin in the Fields, in the County of Mid- 
dlefex, Dilman, Dealer aiij Chapman, and he heing declared 
a Biiikrupt is heirliy reqitired to lurrendcr, biijilelf to the 
Coinniillioners in t!ve. l?id C?oniniifIion n<inie(t, or the niaior 
I'.irt of ti^em, on the ail.'and I4'h Days of Febrnarv next, 
and ontlio ijtli Day of March loUo'ving. at Eleven o'clock 
in the Foienofju 00 each .of the faid l.):iys, ^t . Ciuild* 
hill, London, and make a full Dilcovery and. DilcUiiiire 
of his Ellate and EiieCts; when and v^liere Llic Creditors 
.lie to come prep.ircd t0 4>rove their liehts, and at the Second 
Silting to clmfe Allignees, and .at tjie L.ill Sitting the faid 
Bankrupt is reipiircd tor.fjnilh his Examination, and, the 
' "reJitors are to jlient to or dilfeilt Ironi th" ."^lloi^unce of 
Ills Certificate. -Ail Perfcns indebted to the fiid Bankrupt, 
or that have any ol bis F Heels, are not to pay or deliver the 
I. one but to whom the Coiniiiilboners lli.ill ,ip;)oinT. fi;t '^ive 
Notice ti> Mr. Hodgfon, Cliarlcs-btreet, St. Janies's-.Squaie. 

1 T.^Heicas a Commi'Iion of Bankrupt is awarrled ..iid 
VV illiied Icjrtli .igainll John Alcxaniler, of .South Lam- 
beth, in the '.'ouiity of Suru-y, Coal Merchant, l^caler and 
Chapman, and lie being declared a li.mkiuot, is heieliv re- 
quired to liui'eiiikf hiinle'll to the ComiiiilTloiieis in the laid 
ComiiiiHion naniid, or the major Pait of them, on the lOlh 
aiul I4tli Days of February next, and on the i,uh Day of 
Alarch lollowing, at Eleven in the Forenoon on each llay, 
at Guildliall, London, and make a Inil Diicovery and l>li- 
elolinc ol bis i;,ll.ue and Jiifeets; when and where the Ciu> 
ditors aic lo coiiie pieparrd to prove their Debts, and at ,lJic 
Second Sitting to chul.- .\lii;'nees, :ind at the I.all Sitting the 
liiid Baiikihpt is leifuired to bnilli his E.>:amination, atMi.the 
Creditors ate to allent to or dident from the Allowance of 
iiis Ccrtific.ite. All I'erloos indebted to the laid Bankrupt, 
ir that hai e any of his F,rte^ls. are not to p.iy m deliver the 
lame but to whom the CommilTiuners lliatl appoint, nut give 
Notice to Mr. Walton, .Girdler'i-Hall, JJUfirghall-tjtreet, 
London. 

WHcrejs a Commiliion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ifTucd lorth apainli Jacob Ifraei Levy, of lirightop, 
in the County of Sudex, .Merchant, Dealer and Chapmap, 
and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby reqniied to 
furrcnder hlmfelf to the Commiltioneis in the laid Com- 
midion namcdf or the major Pari of tbem, OD tbciOtlxAX^ 



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t;tli Oavsof February next, an J on the 13th Day of March 
/ollowing, at Eleven of the Clock in the l-orenoon on 
tach of the fiid Days, at Guildhall, London, and make 
2. full Dilcovery and Dilclofure of his ElfaCe and Effects , 
-when and where the Creditors arc to come. prepared to prove 
theii Dehts, and at tlie Second Silting to chnl'e Affignces, 
jnd at the l,alt Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required to 
ii:ii(h his Examination, ^nd the Creditors are to adent to 01' 
4i:irtnt from the -Allowance of his Certificate. All Perions 
sndelited to the laid Batihrupl, or that have any of his EtfeOs, 
arc not to pay or deliver the lame but to whom the Commif- 
fioneri. fliall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. X>. Howard, 
Jewrj'TStieet,Aldgatc, London. 

WTiereas a Comminion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
;ii!'ued forth againit James Cruckllianks, of Gerrard- 

■ Street, in the Parilli of St. Anne, Weflminrter, in the County 
of Middlelcs, Metal Salh and Fan-light Manufafturcr, 
and he being declaiicd- a Bankrupt, is hereby required to 
fnrrender himfelf.to the Cofr.inifTtoncrs in the laid Com mi 1- 

. lion named, -or the major Part of them, on the 4th and i8tli 
of February next, and on the 13th of March following, at 
'Ten in the Forenoon on each Day, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a /uii Difcovery and'Difclolureof his Rftate and Effefls; 
\vhen and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove 
their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chule AlTignecs, 
and at 'tilt Laft Sitting the iaid-Bankrupt is required to 
rinilh l.isE.'samination, and the Creditors are to aflent to or 
dillcnt from the Allowance of his Co. tificate All Perfons 
-indebted to' the laid Bankrupt, or tiiat have any of his Ef- 
•icits, are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the 
CommilTioners (hall appoint, but give Notice to Mellrs. 
AVeJJ and Day, Gerrard-Street, Soho. 

W;Kereas a ComnrMflion of Bankrupt is awarded and ifliied 
forth agairit James Youn;^, of the Town and County 
of Southampton; Linen-Draper, Dealer and Chapman, and 
I he being declared a Banknipt -is hereby ttquired to An- 
Tcnder hiirUell to the Cunimilliuners in the faid Commidlon 
named, 'Or the, major Part of them, on the 4th Day of 
-February next, at Ten in the Forenoon, on the lift of the 
dame Month, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, and on 
. -the J3thDay oX March following, at Ten o(: tlie Clock jn 
. the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, and make a liiU Dilco- 
very and Dilclofure of his Eftate and Eflefls ; when and 
•*herc the Creditors ^re to come prepared to prove their 
. Debts, and at the .Second Sitting to chufe Ardignees, and 
•at the lart Sitting the laid Bankrupt is required to'finilh 
his Examination, and tlie Creditoryare to alfent to or ditfent 
from the' Allowance of his Certificate. All- Perlbns in- 
debted to-the laid Bankrupt, or that have any of liis Elfefts; 
■aic not to pay or deliver the lame but to whonr the Com- 
midioncry Ihall appoint, but give Notice to MelTis. Nkholls 
and Ncttlefhip, Queen- Street, CheapWe, London. 

»T TT THcreas 3 Commidlon of Bankrupt is awarded and 
W illued forth againit James Fletcher Hus;hes, ot 
Wigmore Stitet. Cavendilh Square, in the Patilh of Saint 
.Mary-le-tone, Stationer, dnd he being declared a Bank- 
rupt is hercliy rcquiri-'J to liirreo-icr himlelf to the Com- 
CTiilTiontrs in th.e laid Ccmniillion-named, or the major Part 
•of tliem, im the 7th ami- i &tJ« Davi of l-Vhiuar'/ ne-;t, 
jnd on the 1.5-h Uayji; Maich folIo-.'-inn, at 'I'cn in the 
rorcnoon on each ot the-faid Days, at.Cuildhal^ London, and 
make a lull Diicnvcr;'.and Dilcloliij-c ol his Kltat^; .u:d El- 

- fctts; when and whcreithe Cieditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debls, -nttfcc S<-cond- Sitting to dioolc Adlg- 

• necs, and at the Lall Sitting thcikid liaiiktupt is require to 

- finilh.his Examination, and the Creditors arc to allent to or 
odillent from the. Allowance of Kis.Certilic.ite. -Atl'Pcrlbni 

indebted to the Ibid Bankrupt, or that have any of his-Ef- 
fcOs, are not to pay or deliver the lame but to whom the 
.C'ommillionsrs- (hall appoint, fct give N^-tice tc Mr; LJhep- 
herd, Bartlet'srBuildings, Fiolborn. 



'i'TT/Hereas a< Ccmmlflion of Bankrupt 
■VV il^ucd forth againll Robeit K.i 



upt i: awarded and 

i ard Chridupher 

■Mooie,.both of the City of Briflol, Meichants.iand Part- 

,.rers. and -they being declared Bankrupts. :; re hereby' rc- 

r<iuired. to furrcndtr tliemlelves to the Com.-nillioners in the 

faid Conimiflion named, or the major Part, of them, on the 

jth-aod lift of February neit, and ojj tiie. -jth of Maul. 



following, at Eleven o'Cloek in the Forenoon on each Day. 
at the Houfc of Thomas Luce, commonly called ot known 
by the Sign of the White Lion, in Broad-Stieet, Biiftol, 
aud make a full Dilcovery and Dilclolure of their Ellate and 
Erteifls; when and where the Creditors are to come pre- 
pared to prove tfieir Debts, and at the Second Sitting 
to chufe Affiguecs, and at the lafl .Sitting the faid Bank- 
rupts are required to finilli their Examinations, and the Cre- 
ditors -are to allcnt to or dilTent from the Allowance ol 
their Certificates. All Perlbns indebted to the laid Bank- 
rupts, or that have any of their Etfttts, are not to pay or 
deliver the fame but to whom the CummiUl.mers lliall ap- 
point, but give Notice to James and Thomas Lcman, So- 
licitors, Brifiol, or William Fraler, Gray's-Inn, London. 

WHereas a CommilHon of Baakrupt is awarded and 
illiied forth againft Thomas Walters, of the Parilh 
of Saint Paul, Shadwell, in the County of Middiefcx, 
Bifcuit-Bakcr, Dealer and Chapman, and he being de- 
clared a Bankrupt is hereby required to furrender himlelf 
to the CommifTioners in the liiid Commillion nar-.cd, or tli; 
major Part of tlieni, on tlie 7th of February next, at Ten 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, on the 14th Day of the fame 
Month, and on the ijth.Djy of March following, at One 
of the Clock in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Dilcovery and Dilclofure of hisEllateand Etfcas; 
when and where the Creditorsare to come prepared to prove 
their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to clnife Allig- 
nees, and at the l.ali -Sitting the faid Bankrupt is required 
to finilh his Kxainiiiation, and the Creditors are to allent to 
or dillent Irom the Allowance of liis Certificate. All Per- 
fons indebted to tlie laid Bankrupt, or that have anyol 
his Effeits, are not to pay or deliver the lame but to whom 
the Coniraillioners lliall apijoint, butgive Notice to Mellrs. 
Walter and Unwin, Shadwell. 

WHereas a Commiflion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilfued forth againft John Wilkinlon the "Younger, of 
Lower Grofvenor-Placc, in the Parilh- of Saint George, Ha- 
nover Square, in the County of Middlclex, Dealer and 
Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt is 'hereby 
required to furrender himliilf to the Coinmiffioners in the 
laid Commillion named, 01 the major Part ol them, on 
the 4th and 25th of February next, and on the IJtJi of 
March following, at Ten in the Forenoon, on each Day, at 
GuUdhall.London, and make a full Dilcovery and Dilclofure of 
hisEOateand Etfc^ls; when and where the Creditorsare to 
come prcpated to pi.jve their Dehts, and at the Second Sit- 
ting to chufe Affignecs, and at the J. all Sitting the Jairf 
Banknipt is lequirtd to finilh his Examination, and the Cre- 
ditors are to alicnt to or dilfent from t!ie Allowance of 
his Certificate. All Pen'ons indebted to tlic faid Bank- 
rupt, or that have any ..1 his Etfeas, are not to pay or deli- 
ver the fame but to whom the Ciunniillioneis Ihall appoint, 
but give Notice to ^'Iel^rs. Watkics and Cowpcr, No. 7, 
L.ntuln'i-Inn'K'ew-Square, .London. 

^T7-Hereas a Comniiflion of Baiik-iaipt is .awarded ar;? 
^ \\ iHiieci foftli againll Thor.!.is Day," late of Grovehil!, 
in the-l*<r}f:i of-faini Nicho!.;s,.iii Bcvcrlev, in the Ealt 
Riding of the County of A'..rk, Ship (.'arpenter, .Dealer and 
Chapman, and he l)eing dtrcljred a Bankii;pt is hereby re- 
quired to liirren-Jer hiniielf t.i the Coiiin.i.Tiouers in the laid 
ConiLiiflioii na;.ied, 01 the ina;.-ir Part "f the-n, on the id 
and 9th of February next, at Ten of th- Cluck in the 
Foi-snoon, dfthe fhrjfe of .Mrs. Eii-iabf-tii C'haici-i, known 
by the Sigi. of thi 'lygcr, ii: B-jverlr,-, in the County of 
"V'oik, and on the ijth of March fullnwing, it Five in the 
.■Vfterno >n, at the Hoiil'e of Mi. iiuhcrt CoupLnJ, the Ta- 
vern Inn, in th. City of York, and make a til! Difcovery a-id 
Difcloliire of his Eltate and Fireflj; w.htn and vhere the 
Creditors are to come j>rep-j--eii to prose tlitir Dc;:.t;, and 
at the Second .sitting to eli.'l'e .■\:Ij;.'iiee-s and at the .T,al"l 
Sitting the laid Bankrupt is r-o.iured to finilh his Examina- 
tion, and the Cledito^^al•e toafivnt to or dillent from the .Al- 
lowance of his Certificate. All P>-rl<>ns indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that h..ve ar.y of his It.-fefts, are no! to pay 
or deliver the fame hut to whom the CommifTioners (hall 
appoint, hut givr N-tice to Mr. 1 homas Bcntley, of Be- 
verley, Attorntv at Law, or Melfrs. James and RichariJ 
"Willis. My J. '■.■•- ai.s'oi.J.i'ojft, Thiojfroortoii.SttMl^JLoii' 
4ou. ^^ 



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WHrreas a CommiiTion of B.i.'<kriipt is awarded and 
iilucd fortli auainll John Willijmlon, of l.iverpoyl, 
in the Comity of Lanoaftcr, Chccfcmoiigcr, Dealer and 
Chapman, and he bein^ dfclaied a Bankrupt i^ iicreby re- 
tiuired !■■> I'urrcnder himlilf to ihe Commidioners in ilic faid 
Comniiirion named, or tl>e major Part of them, on the lotli 
and 25ft o, fcbriiaiy next, and on the 13th of March fol- 
lowing, ac Eleven in the Forenoon on each Day, at tlie 
Green Dragon Inn, in the City of Chcllcr, and make a full 
Dircovcry and Dilcloliirc of his Ella'.e and lidt-flj ; when 
and where the Cieditorsaie to corbie prc'pared to prove their 
Debts, ai;l at the Second Sittini; to chufe AlTignecs, and at 
the I.all Sitting the iiii Bankrupt is required to finilh 
his Examination, and the Cr-ditors are to allent to or diifent 
from the Allowance- of Jiis Certificate. All Perfons in- 
debted to the (aid dnknipt, or that have any of his Effttls, 
are not to pay or deliver the fame, but to whom the Com- 
miffiorcrs I'tali appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Royle, Soli- 
citor, in tile faid City. 

Til E Commillioners in a Commiffion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ifTued a^inrt Nathaniel Watts, late of 
Stonehoufc, in the County of (JioucelKr, Clothier, llealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet on the aSth of February next, at 
I'.levcn o'Ckick in the Foienoon, at the Houl'e of Flijih 
Kinf, called or known by the Name of the Fleece Inn, in 
the Paiilh of Rodborough, in the laid County of Gloucellcr, 
when and wlicrc tlie Creditors of the laid Bankrupt, who 
have ali'eady proved their Debts under the faid CoinmifTion, 
are to attend, in order to chufe One or more Adignec or 
Affigneei of the faid Bankrupt's Ellate and Etfeifts, in the 
Room of William J'urner, the late AlTi<;nte, who has been 
ttifcharged from being Affignee by an Order of the Right 
Honorable the l.ord Hyh Cliancellor of Great Britain. 

TH F. CommilTioners in a CommiiTion of Banki-upt 
awarded atid i(]'ued forth againli Francis Clavk, of 
Earnevt, in the County of Hc-.ts, Wine-Merchant, Dealer 
and Chapman, intend to meet on t,iie nth Day of Fe- 
bruary next, at Twelve of the Clock at Noon, at Guild- 
hall, London, (by Adjournment from the zift Day of Ja- 
nuary inlfant,) in order to take the I.all Examination 
of tbc faisd Bankrupt; whin and where he is required 
to fiirrendcr himfelf, and make a full Difcovcry .nnd Dif- 
clol'urc of his Eiiatc and Etfcils, and fmilb his Examin- 
ation ; and tiie Creditors, who have not altcady i>rovcd their 
Debts, arc tofome prepared to prove jllie fame, and, with 
thofe woo have already proved their Debts, allent to or 
<i:irent from the AUowancc of his Certificate. 

TK E Commil!:oners in a Commidion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ilTucd forth againli John Cramer, late of 
the Royal Spa Gardens, Bcrmondfey, in the County of Suc- 
re/, Vidiialler and Mufical inliruroeiit Maker, intend to 
meet on the 4th of February next," at 'I'cn in the Fotenonn, 
at Guildhall, London, (by Adjournment from tli-; 17th Day 
of January indant.) in order to take the Lall Examin- 
arion of the faid Bankrupt; when and where he is 
required to fmrender himlelf and make a full Difcovcry 
and Difclofure of liis Ellale and tlftiils, and finilh his 
Jixamination ; and tUe Creditors, who have not already 
|itovcd their IJelits, -are to come prepared to prove the fame, 
and, with thofe who luvc proved their Debts, allent to or 
diMent from the -■Allowance of his Certificate. 

THE CommilTioners in a CommlfTi'jn of Bankrupt 
awardtd and ilTucd forth a^iainfl William and James 
Ojilvie, of Saville-Row, in the Farilh of Saint James, Wcfl- 
minller, in tire County of Middlerci(».\rmv Agents, Dealers 
and Chapmen, and Copartners, intend to meet on the nth 
r>( February next, at Eleven in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, 
London, (by Adjournment from the iSih Inllant,) to lake 
the Lad Examination ol the i'jid Bankrupts ; when and v.liere 
thcv are required to furrender themrelvti, and make a lull Dif- 
cover)' and Difcloliire of their Ellatc and Effects, and finilh 
-iheir Examination ; and the Creditors, who have not already 
protcd their Del)t5, are to come prepared to prove the fanu, 
and, wilh thole who have proved their Debts, ate to alien! 
to or dilfent from the Aliowanco of their Certificate. 

''|~"HE CommilTioners in a CommiiTion of B.mkrupt 

X awarded and i^lued forth againft Stejtien Ritchings 

and Samuel Rilchings, now or late of the City of Uxford, 



Brecchi's-MiVerS and tjlovcrs, and Cipartiicis, intend to 
meet on the 25th of Febinary lu-xt, ac *l"cii in the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, London, (by Adjournment from t!ie 28th of Ja- 
nuary inllant,) in order to take the L ill l\x3mination of the 
faid Bankrupts; when and where th^-y are requiied to fur- 
render tbemrelvcs and make a full Diicovery and Difclofure 
of thcii ElTate and Etfetls, and linilh their Examination, 
and tlie Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the lame, and, with thole who 
have already pioved their Debts, allent to or dillent from the 
Allowance of their Certificates. 

''T^ H E Comn.illioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt 
X awarded and ilTued againli George Tinkler and Johii 
Riik, of Mcard's-Courf, Wardour-Sircet, .SoItj, in the County 
of Middlel'ex, Leathei-ScUevs, Dealers, Cliapmcn, and Co- 
partners intend to meet on tlie 4th of Fcbruaiy next, at 
Ten' in the Forenoon, at Gu'ldlijl), London, (not on the 
24lh Day of February next, as bet'orc advcrtifcd,) (by Fur- 
ther Adjournment from the Ijcli of January inflant,) to 
take the Lafr Examination of the faid Bankrupts; when and 
where tlicy are required to (unender tlienilelvcb and make a 
full Difcoveiy and Dilclofuie of tlieir Ellaie and Ell'eiiisi 
and finilh their E.'camination ; and the Creditors, >vho have 
not already proved iheii Delits, are to come pieparcd to 
prove the f^^me, and, wiih thofe who ha.c proved their 
Debts, alFciit to ,or , (iillent , from the Allowance of their 
Certificate. , 

1^^ H E Commiflioncrs in a CommiiTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and ilfned forth a^ainll Robert Kenneir, 
formerly of New Bond-Street, in the County of Middlelcx, 
llphollterer, hut now of Lincoln's-IiiU-J''ields, in the faid 
County, Toolh-Ache-Curer, D--;ilcr and Clinpniun, intend to 
meet on the i ll of February next, at Idcven in the Fore- 
noon, at Guildliall, I.ondon, (by Further Adjournment from 
the 28th of January inllant,) to take the Lall Examination 
of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where he is required to lur- 
render himlcli, and make a lull Difcovery and Difclofure 
of his Jilfatc and Flieifls, and finilh his Examination ; and 
tfic Creditors, who have not alrfady proved their Debts, arc 
to come prepared to prove the f.u-.-.e, and, with thole who 
biive proved their Debts, alicnt to or dillent trom the .-Vl- 
lowance of his Certificate. 

THE Commidioners in a Com million of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 3d Day of January 1801, awaide<i 
and idued foith againfl Samuel Parfonagc, of Maneheller, 
in the County of J.ancaftet, Plumber, Glazier, Dealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet on the 24th Day of Febniaiy 
next, at 'I'liree of the Clock in the Aiternoon, at the BridgCf 
water-Arms Inn, in Manchefler aforefaid, in order to make a 
Second Dividend of the Ellale and EU'eOs of the laid Bank- 
r.ipt; wtieri and where the Creditors, who have not already 
proved tiieir Debts, arc to toine prepared to pro\e the lame, 
or they will be excluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend 
And all Claims not then proved will be dilallowed. 

TH E Commilfioners in a CommiiTion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the loth of May igoo, awanli d and 
iffucd forth againiT John Richardl'on, 1 [te of Chellertield, in 
the County oi Derby, Liquor-Merchant, Dealer and Chap- 
man, iniei'd to nutt on the lOth Day of March next, at 
Fliven of the Clock in the ixnenoon, at the Houfc of Mr. 
William Lnvctt, the Angel Inn, in Clieflerfield aforefaid, 
to make :i Final Dividend of the Ivdate and F^tfcfls of the 
faid Bankrupt; when and wlicrc the Cieditois, who have 
not alieady proved their Debts, are to come prepared to 
prove the (line, or they will he excluded the Benefit of the 
(aid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be 
difallowed. 

' I ■" H E Commidioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
i bearing Date the .i;th Day of May 1805, awarded and 
illucd againit George Dorfi t, John Juhnion, John Wilkin- 
iuii, William Berners, and James'FIIIbn, of Ntw Bond-Street, 
i» the County of Middlclex, Bankers and Copartners, in- 
tend to meet on the l8tli Day of February next, at Ten of 
tile Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, iir or- 
der to make a Dividend of the Ertate and Efieits of the laid 
BuiikruptT; when and where the Creditors, who have not 
altcady proved tlicir Debts, are to come prcfartd t» prove 



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the lame, or tl'.'y will he cxcludttl the Eeiiifit of the fuiJ 
Dividend. Ami all CLiims not ihi-" proved will be dilal- 
loweJ. 

TH E ConimilTioneis in a Commiflion or Bankrupt, 
Ijcaving l);ite the 15th of January ifioj, awarded 
and UTiied agaiiill Danitl Wrigluon, of Little Alne, in the 
Connty of Warwick, Fhx-Dreller, Dealer and Chapman, 
intend to meet on Saturday the nth of J'ebruary next, at 
Eleven in tlic Forenoon, at the Swan Inn, in Henley, in 
the laid Comity, of Warwiek, in order to make :\ Further 
Dividend of the Eltatc and Llieiis of tlie laid Bankrupt ; 
vhen andwlicie the Creditors, who have not already proved 
tlieir Debts, are to come prepartd to prove the iame, or 
they will lie excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. 
And all Claims not then proved will be diiallowed. 

THE Comminioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the ijth of February 1796, awarded and 
ilVued forth againit Richard Bcfley the Elder, Of Lawrence- 
Street, Chelfea, in the County of Middlefex, Schoolmafler, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 28th Day of 
February next, at One of the Clock in the Afternoon, 
at Guildhall, London, to make a Final Dividend of the 
Eftate and Etlefts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Creditors who have not already proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the i'ame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
3)roved will he<lirallowed. 

THE Commiflioncrs in a Commiflion of Bankrupt 
bearing Date the 24th Day of June 1801, awarded and 
ifTued forth againft John Eden Deacon, of New Eond-Siticct, 
in the Connty of Middlefex, Lineu-Draper, Haberdalher, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 25th Day of 
Feliruary next, at 'i'cn of the Clock in the Forenoon, at 
Guildhall, London, in order to make a Further Dividend 
of the Eftate and Hffcifls of the faid Bankiupt; when anil 
\vhere the Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And 
all Claims not then proved will be difallowcd. 

THE Commiflloners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 2.ld of Apri' 1803, awarded and 
illued againli Jofeph Jones, of Wood-Street, Chcapfide, in 
the City of London, Leghorn Hat Warehoulcman, intend to 
meet on the 2jth of February next, at Ten in the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, London, (by Further Adjournment from the 
28th Inftant,) in oriler to make a Dividend of the Eltate and 
Eirefti of the laid Bankrupt; when and where the Credi- 
tors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will he excluded 
the Benefit of the laid Dividend. A.id all Claims not then 
proved will be diiallowed. 

I"' HE Commiflioners in a Commiftion of Bankrupt, 
bearina Date the 20th of January 1800, awarded and 
ifiued forth againlt Andrew Paul Ponrtales and Andrew 
George Pourtales, of Broad-Street-Buildings, in the City of 
London, Merchants and Copartners, intend to meet on the 
38th Day of February next, at Ten of the Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by Adjournment from 
the iSth Day of January inflant,) in order to make a Divi- 
dend of the Ertate artd EfTefts of the faid Bankrupt; when 
and where the Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debti, aie to come picpared to prove the fame, or they will 
be excluded the B^ iicfit of the laid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved wiil be difallowed. 

THE Commiflioners in a Commi0ion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the tcth Day of May 1803, awarded and 
ifiued forth againit Edmund Firmer the Younger, of .Strat- 
ford, in the PariOi of Welt Ham, in the County of Mid- 
diefex, Butcher, intend to meet on the 25th ct February 
next, at I'en of the Clock in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
hall, London, in order to make a Dividend of the Ellate 
and EfFefts of the faid Bankiupt ; when and where the Cre- 
ditors who have not already proved their Debts, are to come 
prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded the 
Jieiiefit of the laid Dividend, And all Claims not then 
proved will be diiallowed. 



i3o, 15670. 



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TH E CommilTioncts in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
beating Date the 28th of April 1S03, awarded and 
iiiucd forth againft Charles Larkin, of the City of RocheC- 
tcr, in the County of Kent, Coach-Mallcr, Dealer ami 
Chapman, intend to meet on the 2jth of February next, at 
'l\n in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by Adjourn- 
ment from the 28th Day of January inllant,) to make a 
Dividend of the Ellate and Effefls of the faid Bankrupt ; 
when and where the Creditors, who have not already proved 
their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will ht excluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend.. And all 
Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

THE CommllTioners in a Commilfion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 20th of July 1796, awarded and ili'ued 
againft John Farquhar, late of Cavendifli-Court, Devonlhire- 
Square, but now of Wincheficr-Street, London, Merchant, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 28th Day 
of April next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, London, to make a Final Dividend of the 
Eltate and EfTeifls of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be 
excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be difallowed. 

TH E Commiffioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 19th of February 1799, awarded and 
illued forth againO Edmund Banton, of Lancafter, in the 
County of Lancafter, Merchant, (furviving Partner in Trade 
of John Clapham, late of the IHand of Martinique, in Parts 
beyond the Seas, Merchant, deceafed,) intend to meet on 
the 28th Day of February next, at Eleven of the Clock 
in the Forenoon, at the Houfe of Thomas Hodgfon, thti 
New Inn, in Lancafter aforefaid, to make a Final Dividend of 
the Eftate and Effe£ls of the faid Bankrupt; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not alreatiy proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not 
then proved will be difallowed. 

THE Commiflioners in a Coitimiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 12th Day of Auguft 1796, awarded 
and illiied againft William Beto Taylor, late of Wolver- 
hampton, in the County of Stafford, Japanner, intend to 
meet on the 23d Day of February next, at Eleven of the 
Clock in the Forenoon, at the Houfe of Bartholomew Male- 
field, the Jerningham Arms Inn, in Shiflhall, in the County 
of Salop, to make a Final Dividend of the Eftate and 
ICffcrts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where the Cre- 
ditors, who have not already jiroved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove tlie fame, or they will he ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be difallowed. 

■■»IiE Commiflioners in a CommiflTon of Bankri^pt, 
_ bearing Date the i6th of March 1803, awarded knd 
iflued forth againft William Hacker, of the Piecinft of the 
Palace of the Lord Archbifhop of Canterbury, in the County 
of Kent, Builder and Carpenter, Dealer and Chapman, 
intend to meet on the 2ift Day of February next, at Tcii 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the Guildhall, Canterbury, to 
make a Dividend of the Eftate and Elfefts of the faid Bank- 
rupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared 10 prove the fame, 
or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. 
And all Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

'' B "'HE Commiflioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
X bearing Date the 3d of December 1793, awarded and 
awiirded and ifliied againft Richard Sykes, of Chcapfide, 
London, Linen-Draper, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet 
on the ift of March next, at Nine in the Forenoon, ?t 
CuildhaH, London, to make a Final Dividend of the E'(i 
rate and Efiefts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where the 
Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, arc to' 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not 
then proved will be difallowed. 

"^r^ H E Commiflioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 

X bearing Date the 23d Day of April 1803, awaided and 

ifliitd Mxh againft John Curtsis and John Stephens, lat» 



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of the Bor...ij;hof ri-nryn, in the County of Cornwall, Co- 
part-.K-rs, Sliopktcpv.rs, Dcalns, and Cliapnicn, inttml to 
mret on tlo 251!: .M' Febiuary iiisl, "at I'cn in the Fore- 
noon, at CiuiUihall, i.on.ion, to make a Diiiikml of the Hlhte 
anJ Htiifli of the faid Bankrupts; «-h;n and where the 
Creditors, who .have not already proved ihtir Debts, are 10 
come pri-pared't" prove the Came, or they will be cxeludeil 
tlie Ecnclil of the laid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved wiil be difallowcd. 

THE CoranrilTioneis in A Coinmillion of Bankrnpt, 
bearing Date the i4th of January iSoj, awaidcd and 
inUed forth a^ainll James Allen, late , f JJaitlcttV-Building':, 
in theParidl of Saint Andrew, HolTon, in the City of 
London, Tavlor, Dealer and Chapman, intend 10 meet 
on the ijth Day of ISlay next, at Itii of the Clock 
in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in order to 
makr a Dividend of the Eltate and Lli'eiils of the ftid 
Bankrupt; when and vvheie the Creditors, who have not al- 
ready piovtd their Dehts, are to come prepared to prove the 
liinit, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the laid Divi- 
dend. And all Claiins not then proi-ed will be dilkllowkid. 

TH F. ConimilTioners in a CommiUion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 14th of Scpltnibcr 1796, awarded 
and iirued forth againfl Zachariall Brown and Sannicl Fiden, 
of Coleman-Street, in the City of London, jMcrchants, 
Dealers, Chapmen, and Copavtne.'S, intend to meet on the 
i8[h Day of April next, at Eleven of the Clock in the 
Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, (by Adjournment from 
the iXth Dav of January inlfant,) in order to make a joint 
and Final Dividend of the Elbtc 3n.! -EITUis of the laid 
Bankrupts ; when and where the Creditors, who have not 
already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove 
the lame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the CaiJ 
Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be dif- 
allowcd. 

THE Commidioners in a CommiflTon of Bankrupt, bear- 
ing Date the 19th Day of November 1801, awarded 
and ill'ued forth apainll Jacob Aynflcy, of the Town and 
County of NewcalHe-upon-Tync, Woollen-Draper, intend 
to meet on the Jift of February next, at Eleven in tlie 
Forenoon, at the Houfc of Mr. William Loftus, the 'lurk's 
Head, in Nev('caftle-upon-Tyne, to make a Dividend of the 
Ellate and Effcfls of the I'M Bankrupt; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the ftmc, or tliey will he ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be difallowed. 

WHeiea? the afling CommifTioncrs in the CommilTinn 
of Bankrupt awarded and illiied againft Thomas 
Walley, of Liverpool, in the County of LancaOcr, Mer- 
chant, have certified to the Right Honorable John Lord F.l- 
don. Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the laid 
Thomas Walley hath in all Things conformed himfelf accord- 
ing to the Dircftions of the feveral Aas of Parliament made 
concerning Bankrupts; Fhis is to give Notice, that, by vir- 
tue of an Ail palled in the Fifth Year of His late Majefty's 
Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and confirmed as the 
faid Ai\ diiefts, unlefs Caufe be (hewn to the contrary on or 
before the lid Day of February next. 

WHereas the affing Commidloners in the CommilTion 
of Bankrupt awaidcd and illued forth agalnft Charles 
Martemont, late of Rathbonc-l'lacc, Oxford Street, in the 
County of MiddlefeX, Straw Hat-Manufadfuier, Dealer and 
Chapman, have certified to the Riglit Honorable John Lord 
Eldon, lx)rd High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the faid 
Charles Martemont hath in all Things conformed himfelf 
aecoidingto the Dircftionsof the feveral Ails of Parliament 
made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice, that, by 
virtue of an A« palled in the Fifth Year of His lite Ma- 



jfrty'i Reign, his Certificate will he allowed and confirmed 
as the faid Ait dire'ts, unlefs Canfc be Ihe-.vn to the con- 
trary on or before the :ilt of February next. 



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Hereas the ailing Comniiffijners in the CommilTion 
of liankrupl awarded :iiul illiied forth a^;;iinlt 
John P.allce, of Holt, in the County of Norfolk, I-ook- 
feller. Dealer and Chapman, have certified to the Right 
HonoraMe John Lord Ehlon, Lord High Clianccllor of 
Great Biitain, that tl'.e fiid John Pardee hath in M 
Things conformed Iiimfelt according to the Oireftifjus of ihc 
fcveral Aits of Parliament nnde concerning Bankrupts; 
'I'his is to give Notli-e, that, by virtue of ail Ail palled -in 
the lifth Year of His late Majelly's Reign, his Certificate 
will be allowed and coniinned us the laid Acl directs, unlefs 
CuiCe he llitivn to the contrary on or before thv sill L^^/ 
of Fcbruai-y next. 

fHereas tl>e ailing Comn.ilTioners in the CommilTion 
' of Bankrupt a\\-n\hd an<I ilhied againft 'i'homas 
Lewis, of Great Tower-Will, in the County of Middlcfes, 
Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, have certified to the 
Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, Lord High Chan- 
cellor of Great Britain, that the laid Thomas Lewis 
h.ith in all Things conformed himfelf according to tlie 
Direilions of the Itveral Aits of Parliament made concern- 
ing IjankrupEs; 'i'his is to give Notice, that, by virtue of 
an Ail pallc'd in the fifth Y'ear of His late M.ijc(ly's Reign, 
h;s Cvuificaie will be allowed and confirmed as the faid Ail 
direcls, unlefs Caufe be (lievvn to the contrary on or befoie 
the lift of February next. 



THE following Perfons being Prifoners for 
Debt in the vcfpeftive Gaols or Piifons 
hereafter mentioned, and not being ciiarged in Ciif- 
tody, on the Firl^ Day of March One thoufand 
eight hundred and one, with any Debt or Debts, 
Slim or Sums of Money, exceeding in the Whole 
the Sum of One Thoufand Five Hundred Pounds, 
do hereby give this Public Notice, That ihcy 
intend to take the Benefit of an Aft, palfed 
in the Foity-fnft Year of His prefent Maj^lly's 
Reign, intituled, j^n yid for ihe Relief of nitifiri 
lufolvent Debtors, at the next General Qjiiarter 
SefTion, or General SefTion of the Peace, to be 
held in and for the County, Riding, Divifion, City 
Town, Liberty, or Place, or any Adjournment of 
any General Chiarter SelTion, or General StlTion of 
the Peace, which fliall happen next after Twentv. 
ONE Days from the Publication of their First 
Notices in the London Gazette. And they do 
hereby give Notice that true and pcrfedt Schedules, 
containing Difcovcries of all their Re.d and Per- 
fonal Eilates, hereafter to be fworn to, are noiv 
ready to be delivered to any Creditors applying for 
the fame, in Majincr as by the faid Aft is diiefted, 
to the Keepers or Gaolers, or their Deputies, of 
tlie faid Prilons. 

Prilbner in His Majefty's'Prifon of the 

FLEET. 

Firft Notice. 

Hans Minckwitz, commonly called Hans Baron Minckwilz, 
otherwifc Hans Baron de Minckwilz, late of Sommcrfet- 
Slrect, Portman-Square, in the Parilh of Saint-Mai y-le- 
Bone, in the County of Middlefex. 



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From Cl!C0t!aP January 31, to ^atUl'Dap February 4, 1804, 

OxforJ/h'tri; 



T the Court at St. Jiimrs'd, the ift of 
" bruary 1804, 

PRESENT, 

The KING'S Moft Excellent Majetty In Council. 

SHERIFFS appointed by His Majefty in Council 

for the Year 1804. 
Bedford/birtt George Edwards, of Heiilow, Efq. 

Bcrkjhire, Ric'nnrd Mathews, of Wargrave, 

Efq. 
BuclinghamPiire , Edward Nugent, of Lillics, Efq. 
CamV £3" HuKt' Benjamin Keene, -of VViftov/ 
Lodge, Ifq. 

Sir John Fleming Leicefter, of 
Netiicr Ta'bley, Bait. 

John De Whtlpdale, of Penrith, 
Efq. 



Chejbirt 



■Cumberland, 
Derbyjhlrc, 



Sir Henry Every, of Egginton, 
Bart. 



D^vonjbire, Poftpojied. 

JDorfcifliiret Robert Will;am,s, of Biidv Head, 

Littb Bridy, Efq. 

Ejexy William Palmer, of Nazmg, Efq. 

.Gloucrjlerjhlrt, Nathaniel ChfTord, of I'lampton 

upon Sevtrr., Efq. 
Hcreforc[f}iref Richard Stiiktly Flemniing, of 

Dinniore-Hill, Efq. 

hertfuriljhirc, Edivard Giniov>-, of Tottcridgc, 

■ .Efq. 

Ken!, Sir Vk'altt-t' Stiilii'g., of Slioreham, 

Bare. 

JLei.-eflerJh'ire, Pofl]><>ne(i. 

l.tncohipMe, Rohcr* Viner, of Godhy, Efq. 

M':mmuil\j'hh-e, Pollponed. 

Norfolk, Henry Utvleinan, of Sncltifaani., 

Efq. 

J\l'arl/}amJ>tciti/liire,Chn'\':s Tibljittp, of Eiirton Sea- 
grave, Eiq. 

NoitLiiml/rLiid, Sir Thomas Henry Lyddeil, of 
Efllntftoii, Bart. 

'2\.a'-lin''hamih'irt-, Th'Mivis W;')b Ed'^c, of Ktre'lev, 

E ;,. 



John Langfton, of Sarfiten-Houre, 

Efq. 
RulliiidJlHie, Cotton Thompfon, of Ketlon, 

Efq. ■ 
Shropjlnre, Poftponed. 

Someifetjhirt, John Rogers, of Yarlipgton, Efq, 

Stajordjhire, Richard JefTon, of VVtft Brom- 

wieli, Elq. 



Cotmly of 

Southampton, 

Sufoik. 

Surrey, 



\ Sir Charfes Mill, of Mottesfont, 
J Bart. 
Poftponed. 

William Bonadaile;, of Strcatham, 

Efq. 

Sijcx, John Dennet, of Woodmancoat, 

Efq. 

JVarwlcyblre, Roger Vanghton, of Sutton Cold- 
field, Efq. 

Wihfilrc, Wadham Lock, of Rowd Ford. 

Eiq. 

Worcejlerjhlri, Edwaid Knight, of Woolverley, 
Efq. 

Torhjhlre., James Fox, of Bramham-Pari, 

Efq. 

SOUTH WALES. 
John Simmons, of Llangennah^ 



Carmarlhin, 

Pembroie, 

Cardigan, 
Glamorgan, 

Brecon, 
Radnor, 

Jllerionell), 
Carnar-vcn, 
/)n,b. S, 



Efq. 

Sir Hugh Owen, of Orielton, 
Bait. 

John Bond, of Kefn y Coed, Efq. 

Richard Tubervlile Pidton, of 
Ewcnnv, Efq. 

Pcnry Wiliiams, of Peiipont, Efq. 
Thomas Frankl.tnd Lewis, of 
Harpton Court, Efq. 

NORTH WALES. 

Sir Edward Price Lloyd, of Paik, 
Bart. 

Owen Molineux Wvnn, of Per. 

niac!i;;o, Efq. 
i j;:;'j':,;c. I'iiirv JO'ir>, ..: ^ .• 



14^ 



J\Tcn!gornerj, 

Denbigh, 

Flint, 



Charles Hanbory Tiaccy, of Gie- 
giiinog, i:fq 

Robert William Wynne, of Ganli- 
cwiii, £fq. 

Richard Gaiiions the Younger, of 
Lcelwood, Efq. 



PRINCE OF t'/ALES\ COUNCIL. 
County of Cornwall- 

AT a Council of his Royal Highnefs the Prince 
of Wales, held at IVljjhthclmlloiic the Secoiul 
Day of February One thouiaiid eight, hundred and 
foiii-, Sir Lionel Copley, of Bake, Bart, was ap- 
pointed sheriff of the County of Cornwall tor the 
Year One thoufand eight hundred and four, by His 
Royal Highnefi thi. Piiiice of W.dci in Council. 



Admiralty-Office, February 4, 1804. 

Cqpy of a LcUcr from ylJmirttl Ulr.ntcigu, Commnniler 
in Chhfof Il'is ULreJly's Ships un./'r^fls at Portf- 
r.toutht to IVilUnm Marfilen, Efq; dated the 3 Xji of 
January 1 804. 

SIR. 

BE pleafed to inform the Lords Comminioncrs of 
the Adinirnlty, that His Majeity's Ships TrI 
lyune and Hydra Yelleiday fell iii with Twenty ot 
the Enemy's Flotilla oiT Cape La Hugue, and cap- 
turud Three GunUrigs and a Lugger: — the 'Ihrte 
forincr .Tre arrived ; — they are rejiorted new, and liad 
been launched only 'I'en Days, having been rigged 
Upon the Slocks. The Soldiers they had on board 
■wete embarked the Day aftir they were launched. 
Uiidernc^lh is a further Defcrlption of thtni. 
■ •■ lam, &c. GEO. MONTAGU. 

No. 51. of ICO Tons, 3 Twenty-four- Pounders, 

•and '50 Men. 
No. 43 of 100 Tons and 3 Twenty-four and Eigh- 
• te?n Pounders, and 50 Men. 

No. 47. of looTl>n^, 3 Twenty four and Eighteen- 
i'ounders, and 60 Men. 

Admiralty-Ofiice, February 4, 1804. 

Coi'y cf a I.tlt.'rfrom Captain R. H. A. Bentiit, Com 
rnandcr of tits Majef.y's Ship the Tribune, to li'il- 
liam Marfdfn, Efqi dated at Sea the ^oth of 
■ January 1 604. 

'sir, 

1BEG you will infoim the Lords Commidjoners of 
the Admirahy, tliat His Majelly's Sliip Tribune, 
undei my Command, fell in with tills Morning. Cape 
La H<:jjue bearing S. S. W. Three or Four Miles, 
a fmall Flotilla from Snint Maloes bound to Cher 
bourg, Ciinrilling of Tlitce brigs and foine fmaller 
lliralf ; as it blew very h.ird 1 could Ouly capture 
Two Briys, of Two Tweniy-ftiur-Po'jndeis and 
One EightteiiPounder cacli, inanned with Fifty- 
one Seamen, and Fifty Suldlers uf the 32d Demi 
Brigade. I liave ftnt them to Portfuiouth. Hi. 
Majclly's Ship captured and deliroyed a large lloat 
fiom La Hogue before (lie fell in with the Flotilla 
1 beg Leave to add, that a Frigate, wliieh 1 take to 
be the Hydra, captuied a Lugger, one of the IHo- 
lilla, and I left her in Chatc ot jnoihcr Brig. 

I am, &c. R. H. A. BENNET. 
N. B. Brigs of the ift Clafs, No. 47.3110 43. 



Adnn'ralty-Offic', February 4, i H04. 

Cipy of a J. titer from Captain George Klundy, Com- 
mander of His Mayfly' s Ship the Hydra, to lyUliam 
Marfdcn, Efq; dated at Sea, the 3 \fl January 1804. 

SI R, 

II'KG Leave to enclofe yon, for the Infurmatlon 
of the Lords CoinniifTioners of the Admiralty, 
a Copy of my Letter of this Day's Date, to Rear- 
Admiral Sii- James Saumarez, re'pefting the Cap- 
ttnc of Two of the Enemy's Flotilla. 

- I am, '&c. G. MUNDY. 

S I R, Hydra, at Sea, Jan. 31, I Set. 

IH/VVE the Honor to reprefcnt, th:it being clol- 
in witli Cherbourgli, Yellerdav about Noon, [ 
dlfcuveied a llragglliig Convoy un<ler the Land to 
the Well ward, and fneeeeded in ieparittlng I'wo 
lirigs aiul a Lugger Irom it, the latter I captuied 
about Two o'clock in the Kvening, antl one of 
llie fornu'r about Ten at Niglu, within a few- 
Leagues of the Ille'of Wight ; the other I obferved 
was brought to by a Frigate to the ^Velhvard, 
both Vellels aie perfeftly new and well found, and 
manned and atmed as below mentioned ; they lelt 
St. Maloes on Sunday Evening, in Company with 
Three other Biigs, and were bound to Boulogne. 
I have the Honor to be, Sec. 

G. MUNDY 
Biig No. 51, commanded by Lieutenant de Vaif- 
feau, armed with 3 Twenty-four Pounders, s,o 
Men and Officers; a Lieutenant and 26 ot whieh 
are of the 3 2d Regiment ot the Line. 
Lugger No. 411, commanded by an Enfign de 
VaiilVau, armed with 1 Eighteen. Pounder, 3C. 
Men and Oliicers; a Lleuttnaut .nid 26 of whitii 
are of the fame Regiment. 



Commifftons in the Royal Merioneth Militia. Ji^ned 
l/v the J.ord 1 .untenant . 

GiiiTrh Howel Vaughan, E)q; to be Lieutenant- 
Colonel. Dated June 10, 1803. 

Caiitain Richard Hughes Lloyd to be Major, vice 
V.iughan. Dated .Augully, 1803. 

Adjutant John Rowlands to be i^aptaiii. Dated 
July 1, iHoj. 

Lieutenant ^Villiam Lewis Anwyl to be Ditto. 
Dated Auguil 1, i8o<. 

Joli!! Lloyd, Elu; to Ik Ditto. D.ited Auguil 10, 

'■'OS- ' 
William Anwyl Robeil,^, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Dated Auguil 10, lt<03. 
Miles John I'lielwal, Gent, to le Eiii'ign. Dated 

September I, 1803. 
William Walkin iMiwyl, Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Dated March 24, 1803. 
Mihs John Thclwa!, Gent, to be Paymaller. Dated 

Oftober 25, 1803. 

Conimijfmn in the South Hants Regiment of Mi- 
Wui, Ji^ned by the Lord Lieutinanl. Dated fa- 
nuary 19, 1KC4. 

Tlior.ias Gamble, Gent, to be Enlign. 

Commjlftons in the Nottinghamfhirt Militia, ftt^ned by 

the Lord Lieutenant. Dated Deeemhrr \o, 1803. 
Richard Jones Colley, Gent, to be Enfign, 
Ralph HeathcotCj Gent, to be Ditto. 



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"Comm'iffions hi lie Iiivernefsdiire, &c. Regiment of 
Nort'ii Britllh M'lWin., figned by the Lord Lieute- 
nant. Dated December ^l , l\<02- 

Sir James Dunbar, Dart, to be Major, vice Rule, 
•pj^omoted. 

Lieutenant John Belhune to be Capt;>in, vice Sir 
James Dunbar, promoted. 

Enllgn Hugh M'Grcgor to be Lieutenant, vice 
Bcthune. 

George Rofe, Gent, to be Eni'ign, vice M'Gregor. 

Comm'ijjifins In the Flfefliire Regiment of Militia, 
Jii;ned by the Lord Lieulennnt. Dated December 
27, 1803. 

Lieutenant James Mitchell to be Captain, vice Sea- 
ton, appointed in t^ie 57th Foot. 

Tatrick Mudic, Gci.t. to be Eniign and Afliftant- 
SurgeoD, vice Smith. 



1 1' ar- Office, February 3, 1804. 
2d or Middle Regiment of Bucks Genltemen and Teo- 

matiry Cai'olry. 
Captaiji-Lieutenaiit John Newman to be Captain. 
Laver Oliver, Efq; to be Ditto. 
Q^uarter-Maltcr Richard Lowndes to be Cornet. 

Wejlern Chrflnre Gentlemen and Teomnnry Cavalry. 
Lieutenant F. E Barker to be Captain, vice Pen- 

fon, refigned. 
Cornet Thomas Sudworth to be Lieutenant, vice 

Barker. 
Thomas Makin, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Sudvvorth. 

The Craven Legion. 

Ca'valrf . 
Major R'ichard Wainman to be I.,ieutcnant-Col<mel. 
Captain John Ingleby to be Major. 
Lieutenant John Geldard to be Captain. 
Lieutenant William Tindal to be Ditto. 
Comet Thomas Cooper to be Lieutenant. 

Infantry . 
Enfign Robert Redman to be Lieutenant. 
Robert Armitilead, Gent, to be Eniign. 

South Eafl Hants Ge'il'emen and 1 eomanry CaViihy. 
John Lindergreen, Elq; to be Captain, \ice Page, 

icIigiK'd. 
Lieutenant and Adjutant Tho.mas Motlley to have 

the Brevet Rank of Captain. 

Kirkcudbright Gentlemen and Teomiinry Cavalry. 
IJeutenaut Andrew Livingilone t<j be Captain. 
Lieutenant John Smith to be Ditto, vice Sir A. 

Gordon. 

To be Lieutenants, 
Thomas Newell, Gent. 
Cornet Robert Hope. 
Cornet James Weir. 

To be Cornets, 
J.hn M'Lfllan. Ger.l. 
Kcibert M.-.x->vcll, Gent. 
Rolicrt Johndone, Gent. 

J-ynn and Freebridge Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 

Cornet Lancaftcr to be Lieutenant, vice Crawforth, 
rcfigntd. 

William Crifp, Gent, to be Comet, vice Bailey, pro- 
moted. 

Thomas Jackfon, Genti to be Ditto. 



Rifle Company attached to Ditto. 
Cornet George Bailey to be LieuUuant. 
Richard Marlhall, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Shropfliire Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 
LieuteuaHl Richard Emety to be Captain. 
Cornet I'honias Jukes Collier to be Lieutenant. 
Thomas Miere, Gent, to be Cornet. 

Shrenujbury Gentlemen and Teomanry Cavalry. 
Charles Dallas, Efq; to be Captiin. 
Lieutenant Thomas Lloyd to be Captain, vice 
Hanmer, refigned. 

JVargrave Rangers. 
William Soundy, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
Thomas Kcbble, Gent, to be Cornet. 

Great Baddoiu T'^olunteers. 
Enfign Jofeph Aldrldge,ji]n, to be Firll Liaitenaiil. 
Patrick Green, jun. Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

\J} Battalion of Birmingham Volunteers. 
Henry Warmington, Gent, to be Adjutant, vice 
Keene. 

3^ Battalion of Ditto. 
Montague Sadler, Gent, to be Adjutant. 

Bojlon Volunteer Infantry. 
Samuel Barnard, jun. Gent, to be Enfign, vice B. 
B. Ivellcy, refigned. 

Bought on Volunteers. 
Captain William Lockwood Maydwell to be Major, 
Lieutenant Thomas Lydiat to be Captain. • 
Brittin Smith, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 

Burlington Volunteers. 

George Dewcs, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant. 

Bnlefhire Volunteer Infantry. 
Captain John Campbell to be Lieutenant-Colonel- 

Command.mt. 
Captain Roben Duncan to be Major. 

Port Bar.natxne C'mpany. 
Lieutenant Nicl Jamiefon to be Captain, vice Camp- 
■ bell. 
Enlitni Thomas Lamont to be Lieutenant, vice 

Jamielon. 
John Siiarp, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Lamont. 

Cader Idris Volunteer Infantry. 
Major Sir Robert Williames Vaughan, Bart, to be 

be Lieu tenant -Colonel- Commandant. 
James Kennedy Simpfon, Gent, to be Adjutant. 

Cromarty Volunteer Infantry. 
David Urquhart, Efq; to be Licutenant-Colunel- 

Coniniandant. 
David Urquhart, Efq; to be Captain. 
Gudavus Aird, Elq; to be Ditto. 
Alexander Urquhart, Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
James M'lvenzie, Gent, to be Ditto. 
Robert Mickle, Gent, to be Enfign. 
Roderick Urquhart, Gent, to be Ditto. 

2d Battalion of the id Regiment of Edinburgh Volun- 
teers. 
Robert Caffels, Gent, to be Enfign, vice A. Stewart, 
appointed to the 3d Dragoon Guards. 

Eit'elme Volunteers. 
Franci'-. Rowden, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Smith, 
rel'irned. 



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Fulham LigLl liifunlry Feknieert. 

Capfnhi Charles A le > aiidcr Crabb to be Major, vice 
Mcyrick, promo'cd 

rirrt I.ieuteuaiit Jiimts Maton to be Captain, vice 
Ctabb 

Second Lieutenant Tliomas Carlton to be Firft Lieu- 
tenant, vice Matoii. 

William Wilfon, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, 
vice Carlton. 

Loyal Hackney J'ohinleen. 
Benjamin Travers, jun. Gent, to be Surgeon. 

Nallczu and Grimley F'olunleert. 
Robert Yarranton. Gent, to be Lieutenant. 
Stephen Barber, Gent, to be Enfign. 

HorncaflU Volunlerr Infantry. 
William JoUands, Gent, to be Quarter Mafter. 

\Jl Rcglmtnt of Royal Eafl Imria Volunteers. 
Lieutenant Henr)' Humphrey Goodliall to be Cap- 
tain, vice Loader, dceeafcd. 
Enfign William Robinfon to be Lieutenant, vice 

Goodhall. 
William Gunfton, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Ko- 
binCon. 

Ifiluias Viluntter Infantry, 
Lieutenant Sumucl Holdcn Co be Adjutant. 

2(/ 1 .hililhgo'^vfbire J''o/unleer Infantry, 
John ^felvin,Gcllt. to be Lieutenant. 
Jamts RoHiii^on, Gent, to be Enfign. 
Maurice Thomfon, Gent, to be Ditto. 

AUdJIeivkh Volunteers. 
James Tonikinfon, juu. Gent, to be Enfign, vice 

Taylor, refigncJ. 
Rev. J.)!m ArmitiUad to be Chaplain. 
Robert I'ulford Taylor, Geat. to be Surgeon. 

Ne-wton Stewart Spearmen. 
Patrick Campbell, Efq; to be Captain. 
William Siewait, Gent, tube Lieutenant. 
James Brown, Gent, to be Enfign. 

Pemlrole Imispeniknt Volunteers. 
EnCgn James Lloyd to be Lieutenant. 
W. E. Wilmot, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Lloyd. 

^ih or Prince of ll^aWs lA^ht Infantry Bnttalkn of 

the Royal Pcrthjhire lil Viluntecr Biigiide, 
Lieutenant M'KcIIar to be Adjutant. 
Lieutenant John Chryilal to be Q^arter-Maitcr. 

Poole Volunteers, 
Enfign Richard Allen to be Lieutenant, vice 

Bro()kes, rellgned. 
John Bird, jun. Gent, to be Enfign, vice Allen. 

Ruthin Volunteers. 
Major Richard Henry Keniick to ..be Lieutenant- 
Colonel Commandant. 
Captain Joleph Peers to be Major. 
John Roberts, Efq; to be Captain. 
Thomas Jones, Gent, to be. Lieutenant. 
'X'homas Jones, jun. Gent, ta.be Enfiyu. 

Stoclhridge- Va'uKleers. 
Robert Buxton, Gent, to he Supcnaimtrary Enfign. 

Stole. Ncwin^ton Volunteers ■ 
E'lfitrn J^mes Sanford lo be Litulenant, vice Du 



B. 



IIS, re'ignc.'.. 



Wi.iiain Lo.ve, Gent, to b.' EnligO, vice SliitovJ. 



\lexandcr Mmiay Go : to be Major. 

Rev. FraiTci'. NicoU to be v iia. i, 

Loyal Whhechapel Voluntier: 
Major William I^ardy to be Lieuteuaut-Colonel, 

viccCKivim, rehgueJ. 
Captain John Coope to be Major. 
Lieutenant Wiil.am Henbeft to be Captain. 
Enfign Gabriel Hefle to be Lieutenant. 

Great tl'itchin^ham Volunteers. 
Lieutenant Buriows to be Captain, vice Fitzroy, 

rellgned. 
Eiifign Eofler to be Lieutenant, vice Burrows. 
J. Bcetfon, jun. Gent, to be Eufijn, vice Foltcr. 

Errata 
Li Gazette of 8th December 1803. 
Si rath Di^hty Volunteers, 
For William J.r.ndimnn, Efq; to be Captain. 
IViliiniii Ireland, Ger.t. to be Enfign. 
Read William Sandcrman,'E.^(\; to be Captain. 
James Ireland, Gent, to be Enfign. 

In Gazette of 10th Ultimo. 
^dth Fool, 
For Charles Vallanccy, Gent, to be Enfign, \vithout 
Purchafe, vice Donavan, promoted in the llth 

Foot, 
Read Charles Vallancey. Gent, to be Enfipjn, with- 
out Purchafe, vice Donavan, removed to the 
I ilh Foot. 



Navy Office, January 31, 18C4. 
' I^HF, Principal OJjicers and Commiffioners nf His 
^ ?!<ijefly''s h',niy, do hereby "ive Notice, that on 
Thurfiny the ]6th of Felri:ary next. At One 6'ClocL, 
they KL'j'l be reddy to treat ivilh fuch Perfom as ma\< 
he wiU'-r.g lo (ontraS for fupplying His Majijly''s Yards 
at Depti'ord, Il'rjol'uiiJ}, Chatham, Shcernefs, Porlf- 
mouth, and PIfm<.uth, •with 

Sheathing Nails made of pure Copper. 

Patterns of the Nails, and a Form of the Tender 
miiv be jeen at this Office. 

No Tender il-H! be received after Tixelve 0' Clock on 
the Day of Treaty, nor any not'tced, unifs the Party, 
or an ylgenl fur him, attends. 

R. A. Nelfon, Secretary. 

Tranfpnrt Office, February 2, 1S04. 
' / 'HE Commijfioiicrs for covdu^in^ His Miiirfly's 
Traiifport Service, isfe. do hereby '.live K'nlice, 
that on Titefilay next, the 'ith Injhint, thn wHl le 
ready to receive Tenders fur the T ranfportati'jn of about 
I, ?4 Chiddrrm of Coals from the River Tham's to 
Carlijle Bay, Barbadoes. Further Particulars may 
be tiin<u.^n by application to this 'ffice. 

No Tenders "will be received after Ttue've o'Clcct, 
nor any notieeil, unlefs the Parties, or an ylgent for 
them, perfonafly attend. A. Whitehead, Secretary. 

Bank of En'^land, February 4, i8o.(.. 

"T^H F Court of Dirttlors of ilje di.vernor and 

•* Company of the Baiii of Enrland ^i\ie Nilice, 

That the Transfer Buoks fur Bunt Stcci 'u ill be 

frill frii.u F,-id<iv the zd March next, ti.l Fri.liiy the 

ivlh /Ipiil fu-Jorj/in^r, l<.ob. lii.ll, :i,(rct.iry. 




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Lottery-Office, Somerfel-Place, 
February 3, 1804. 
^T^HE Managers and DtrtBors of the Lotteries for 
■^ the Tear 1 803, do hereby give Notice, that the 
Third of the faid Lotteries will begin to be drawn in 
Coopers^ hall, in BafinghaU-Slreet, on Monday (he 
2ld of Jpril next. 

And the faid Managers and Direllors, with the Con- 
fent and /Ipprobation of the Lords Cummiffinners of His 
Majejly^s Treafury, have appointed the following to be 
the Jitheme of the faid Third Lottery fur the Year 1803.' 

THE SCHEME. 
2 £.zo,ooQ j^.40,000 

2 10,000 20,000 

3 5,000 15,000 

4 2,000 8,000 

12 1,000 12,000 

1 3 500 6,500 
20 200 4,000 
50 1 00 5,000 

100 50 5,000 

7,350 20 i'47,ooo 



7,556 Prizes, 
22,444 Blanks, 



262,500 



Amicable Society's Office. 
A General ^arterly Court of the Corporation of 
the ylmicable Society for a Perpetual /Ijfiirance 
Office, will be held at the Society's Houfe, in Serjeant's- 
Inn, Fleet -Street, on Friday the loth Day of February 
inftant, at Twelve of the Clock at Noon precifely, for 
confirming the Amendments in the 2^d and z^fh By- 
Laws made at the lii/l General Court ; and for the 
ufual Bujinefs. J. Penfam, jitgi/ler. 



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30,000 Tickets. 
Part of the above Capitals to be drawn as under : 
Firlt drawn Ticket I ft Day, ^.1,000 
Firft drawn Ticket ytli Day, 20,000 

Firft drawn Ticket gtU Day, " 5,oeo 
By Order of the Managers and DireSors, 

John Gray, Secretary. 

SUGARS. 
T70R Sale, by Order of the Honorable Commlf- 
■* Jloners of His Majejly's Cujloms, in the Long- 
Room, at the Cujlom-Houfe, London, on Tlmrfday the 
i)th of February 1 804, at Three 0' Clock in the After- 
noon, in Lots of 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 di/is each, 
H. 1: B. 

46 1 — Barbadocs. 
117 8 — Antigua. 
58 6 — St. Kitts. 
3i I — Nevis. 
14 14 — Montferrat. 
Samples to be viewed at IVycherly's Yard, oppqfle 
Bear ^lay, on Wednefday the 'ith and Thurjday the 
gth of February next. 

Leeds and Liverpool Canal, and Douglas Naviga 
tion. 

Bradford, December 8, 1803. 
1\J Olice is hereby given, that at the next General Meet- 
■^ ing or Affembly of the Proprietors of the Leeds 
end Liverpool Canal, which will le held at the Sun 
Inn, in Bradford, in the County of Tori, at Eleven 
e' Clock in the Forenoon, on Friday the lyh Day of 
April next, il will be propofed that an Alteration fhall 
be made in the Tolls, Rales, and Duties of Coah , Slacl; 
end Cinders, which Jhall be carried upon any Part or 
Parts of the faid Canal and Douglas Navigation, be- 
tween IVigan and Liverpool, and be/ween IVjgan and 
the River Ribble, in the County- Palatine of Lavcnfler, 
by advancing the faid Tolls, Rates, and Duties -upon 
fuch aforef aid Coals, Slack, and Cinders, or upon fuch 
Part or Parts thereof as the faid Proprietors Jhall 
think proper. 

By Order, 
Sam. Hailllone, Law Clerk to the faid Pro- 
prietors. 

IQO. 15671. B 



Otice is hereby given to thofc 'ujha have hitherto neg- 
leSed to apply for Payment of the lajl and frac- 
tional Divifton of Forty four Days' Batta of Prize- 
Mon'y for the Campaigns in Myfure, under Marquis 
Cornwallis, in 1792-3, as publijhed repeatedly in the 
Calcutta Gazette, that the fame will be paid by the Houfe 
of Edmund Boehm and Co. l,ondon. After deduding 
the Expences incurred, amounting to more than One Hun- 
dred Pounds, the unclaimed Refidue on the ijl of Ja- 
nuary 1806, will he applied to the Ufe of fame Charit- 
able Inflilulion. Mejfrs. Edmund Boehm and Co. 'will 
pay the Amount due to the Parties themfelves, or unto 
their Reprefentativcs duly and legally authorized, as 
fpecified in the Lijl, at the Exchange of Two Shillings 
and Sixpence per Sicca Rupee. 

Sic.Rup. A. P. 

1. John Scott, Paymajler, • 625 8 3 

2. F. Skclly, Major, - - 572 o o 

3. G. y. Sampfon, Captain, • 147 13 4 

4. John Gore, Cadet, - - 40 3 a 

5. /Km. Gore, Lieutenant, • 90 15 8 

6. A. IVilliamfon, Ajjiflanl-Surgeon, 59 1 1 2 

7. Thas. M. Larkin, Lieutenant, 79 9 J 

8. Chas. Rofs,EnJign, - - 29 '3 7 

9. /. J. Tuliken, Lieutenant, - 79 9 lo 

10. fVm. Picket, Lieutenant, - «33 3 8 

11. John Taylor, Lieutenant, - 79 9 lo 
12 Patrick Kelly, Enfgn, - • 53 9 lO 

13. P. E. Hughes, Lieutenant, - 100 3 8 

14. Thos. Morgan, Lieutenant, - IOC 3 8 

15. Fras. Ryan, Lieutenant, - 53 9 lO 

16. Jas. M^ Kenfte, Lieutenant, - I33 3 8 

17. IVm. Home, Lieutenant , - 133 3 S 

18. Edw. Bird, Lieutenant, - 79 9 10 

19. F. Drummond, En/ign, • - 36 o 1 1 

20. Duncan Macpherfon, Lieutenant, 58 10 9 

21. John Rickets, Enjign, - - 40 3 2 

Sicca Rupees 2726 12 8 

Or, Sterling, £-2^0 J 7 o 

London, January 25, 1804 
AJ Olice is hereby given lo the Officers and Companies 
of His Majejly's Ships entitled to Jhare for the 
Store's, isfc. taken at BaJlia, that the final Account Sales 
will be depqpted in the Regi/lry of the High Court of 
Admiralty agreeably to AS of Parliament ; the Claims 
made by feveral of His Majejly's Ships not admitted by 
the Fleet, referred to Arbitration, having been now 
decided upon. John M'Arthur. 

Plymouth, February 1, 1804. 
i\l Otice is hereby given, that the Amount of Sales 
■^ * for Les Trois Confuls, captured the 25//1 May 
1803, by His Majejly's Ship ViSory, Sam. Sutton, 
Efq; Commander, and Hazard, Robert Jenner Neave, 
Efq; Commander, will be depofiled in the Regiflry of 
the High Court of Admiralty, agreeably lo ACl of Par- 
liament. Edward Siion, Agent for the Hazard. 



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•'AVERAGE PRICES OF BRITISH CORN, 



hy '•'« Quarter of Eiglit WrscHESTEH BuflieU, aivl of OATMEAL per Boll of i^olbs- 
AvoiRDUPOl»> frgm the Returns received in the Week ended the l8lh of January i§c4. 



Middlcfex, • 

Surrey, 

Hertford, - 

Bedford, - 

Huntingdon, 

Northampton, 

Rutland, 

Leicclkr, - 

Nottingham, 

Derby, 

Staftord, 

Salop, 

Hereford, • 

Worcefter, 

Warwick, - 

Wilts, 

Berks, 

Oxtord, 

Bucks, 

Brecon, 

Montgomery, 

Radnor, 



6th 



DiftriOs. 

( Eff«, 

^SulTcx, 
, I Suffolk, 
^^ I Cambridge, - 
3d Norfolk, 
I Lincoln, 

I York, ; - 

I Durham, 
Northumberland, 
( Cumberland, 
'|WtllmorlanJ, 
, \ Laiicafter, 
■7'^ I Cheller, 
( Flint, 

yDcnbigh, - 
T«th< Anglcfea, - 
i Carnarvon, 
(^Merioneth, 
/ Cardigan, • 
, J Pembroke, 
9'"^ Carmarthen, 
( Glamorgan, 
I GiouceUer, 
lOth < Somerftt, 
I Monmouth, 
, I Devon, 
'">' I Cornwall, . 

, \ Dorlet, 
■"•'.i Hants, ? 



INLAND COUNTIES. 





Wheat. 
,. d. 

53 4 

54 
50 4 

46 4 

44 2 
50 4 
53 
53 > 
SH 
58 8 

53 3 

47 7 

45 4 

45 8 

H 8 

53 9 

48 6 

5' ' 

49 7 
45 3 
45 '0 


Rye. 
,. d. 

32 b 
32 
55 6 
30 10 


Barley. 
/. d. 
13 10 

23 8 

21 4 
19 

18 6 

19 6 
18 6 
21 8 

24 4J 
26 4 

25 71 

24 • 
23 8 
23 n 

25 2 
23 2 
23 » 

21 

22 7 

25 4 
18 8 

23 10 


31 




32 

35 4 

32 

33 4 






32 







Oatj. 
/> 

25 
22 
20 

'9 
>7 
18 
18 

«9 

20 
20 
22 
22 
24 
24 

23 
20 

23 
20 

21 
21 
16 

20 



Bsans. Peafe. Oatmcil. BecrorBij[. 



d. 


X. 


d. 


/. 


</, 


2 


35 


5 


38 


5 


6 


36 





40 


3 


4 


32 


9 


Si' 





8 


29 


7 


33 


7 


6 


24 


7 


30 


4 


4 


30 





33 








3' 


6 




— 


8 


33 


10 


47 


I 


6 


35 


6 


37 





JO 

5 


40 
44 


8 
3 


4' 


6 






5 






4' 


4 


1 


42 


9 


4» 


2 


2 


39 


1 1 


44 





2 


39 


5 


53 





8 


39 


8 


3 J 





6 


3& 


I 


35 


b 


2 


32 


4 


33 


10 


J 
4 


33 


4 


37 
34 


9 


" 












?6 
41 




9 




9 
3 




MARITIME COUNTIES. 



54 





56 


5 


S3 


6 


47 


5 


43 


II 


45 


3 


48 


1 


48 


5 


49 


I 


46 


4 


54 


3 


5' 


4 


56 


7 


49 


11 


52 


3 


55 





.59 


4 


55 


2 


5* 


-2 


45 


10 


59 


3 


55 


I 


47 


9 


52 


6 


48 


8 


5f> 


3 


53 


10 


50 


9 


•49 


JO 



30 o 



24 I i 
35 o 



35 
4' 



2,33 


I 


3* 





7'34 


4 


3« 


6 


1J28 





33 


6 


1,26 


J 1 


28 





3 29 


10 


30 


4 




21 



AVERAGE of ENGLAND and WALES. 

i^i 3 I 3a 9\f3 4 I 20 6)35 5 I 38 M I 40 o.|2< 5 



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AVERAGE PRICES of BRITISH CORN, by which EXPORTATION and BOUNTY" 

are to be regulated. 



I ft Diflria,. 
2d 

3d 

4th 

jth 

6th 

7th 

8th 

9th 

loth 

nth 

lath 



Wheat. 
perQr. 

1. d. 



Rye, 

pel Qr 

u d. 



' 52' 4 


*32 91 


46 6 *3» y| 


' 45 3 


»32 9 


; 47 8 


24 II 


47 9 


35 


! ^3 6 


41 4 


54 8 


*32 9 


56 I 


'32 9 


53 I 


*32 9 


49 'I 


'32 9 


55 1 


*3- 9 


50 3 


•32 9 



Birley, 
per Qr. 

</. 
o 
6 

2 
II 



24 
20 
20 
20 

23 
26 

27 
27 
22 
23 

25 

22 



Oats, 

per Qr. 



III 

ol 

°l 

ID' 
9' 

7' 



22 

17 
18 

>7 
21 

22 

24 

18 
16 

20 
20 
22 



6 

o 

3 

7 
o 

4 

o 

10 

6 

lO 

6 

•7 



Bcifls, 

per Q^. 

J. 

i! 

7 
10 

9 



X. 

32 
27 
,29 

30 

*35 

*i5 

42 

44 

*3S 

37 

*SS 

40 



5 

5 

o 

10 

S\ 

I0| 

5| 
3i 



Pcafc, 
per Qr. 

d. 

4 
9 
4 



x. 
S6 
32 

30 
*3S 
*38 

*38 

38 
*38 
»38 

*38 
48 



Oatmea 


1, Beer or Big. 


per Bo 


11. iicrQ^ 


. 


. /. 


d. s. 


d. 


*40 





*:i 




44 


6 


*2l 




•40 





*2I 




42 


8 


•21 




14 


e 


•21 




*4C 





*2I 




21 


4 


21 




*^^ 


I 


*2l 




*40 





*2l 




i *40 





*2I 




i«40 





•21 




'*40 





'2t 





N.B. The Figures againft which AftcrifVs are placed are the general Average Prices of all Englind. 

Publj/hed by /lulhorUy uf Parliament, 

John James Catherwood, Receiver of Corn Retuttu. 



THE AVERAGE PRICE of BROWN or MUSCOVADO SUGAR, 

Computed from tlie Returns made for tlie Week ending the ift Day of Febiuary iSca, 

Is Farty-fix ShUllngs and Nine Pence Three Farthings per Hundred Weight. 

Exclufive of the Duties of Cuftoms paid or payable thercOn on the Importation thereof 
into Gs£AT Britain. 
Grocers' Hall, By Authority of ParTiamentt 

February 4, 1804. Henry Nettleshipp, Clerh of the Gtocets* Come.im-. 



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London, January 25, 1S04. 

AjOtice is hereby given to the Officers and Companies 
of His Majejly's Shi[u prefent at the Surrender of 
St. Fiorenzo, that the Final /kcount Sales, including 
their Prbporlions of the Head- Money recovered by Me- 
morial to the Treafury for La Minerve and La For- 
tunee, <wUl be depofited in the Regijlry of the High 
Court ot Admiralty agreeably to .■iU of Parliam'nt ; 
the Claims -made by feveral of His Majeflfs Ships, not 
admitted by the Fleet, referred to Arbitration, having 
teen novj decided upon. John M'Arthur. 

London, February 2, 1804. 
jOlice is hereby given to the Officers and Company 
of His Majejifs Ship L'Aigle, George IVolfe, 
Ffqi Commander, who were aflutilly on board the faid 
Ship at the Capture of the La Sapho, and AiiguJIina, and 
L'Anittie, L' Hcrcule, and La Dame Chenie, on the 
3 ijl May, 2d, 4//j, 6lh, and "Jth June 1803, that they 
lui/l be paid their refpeHive Proportions nf the Pro- 
teeds of the above Prices, on board the find Ship at 
Plymouth, on TJmrfday the ^ih February infhint ; and 
the Shares tot then demanded will be recalled at No. 23, 
Surrey-Street, Strand, evefy, Tuejdqy aad Thurfdaj 
for Three Tears to come. 

Rd. and Ab. Toulmin, Edmund Lock')'^r, 
Agents. 

Plymottth, January' 26, 1804. 

ATOtice is hereby given to all' Parties interefled therein, 

^ that an Account of the Salvage received for the 

Recapture from the French, of the Ship Britannia and 

^htr Cargo, on the tji Day of Dccetnkr lafl, by Hit 



Majejly's Ship Imperieufe, commanded by Henry Holhom, 

Efq; will be depofited tn the Regiflry of the High Court 

of Admiralty of England agreeably to AH of Parlianurt^ 

Francis Wilfon, of London i Edm. Lockyer, 

of Plymouth, Agents. 

Plymouth, January 26, iSp}.. 
IWOtlce is hereby given to the Officers and Company 
^ of His Majejly's Ship the Imperieufe, Henry 
Hotham, Efq; Commander, and who ruere 'aflually on 
board at the Recapture of the Ship Brilannia and brr 
Cargo, the: ifl December lafl, that they will he paid 
their refpedive Proportions of the Proceeds of the Sal- 
vage artfing therefrom, at the OJp.ce of Mr. Edmund 
Lochyer, in Plymouth, Friday the^yl of February 
next ; and the Sharef fu>t tlxn demanded tuill be recalled 
at the fame Place every Tuefday and Friday after wardt 
during one Tear. ' ' ' . 

Francis' Wilfon, ef Lott^iii, pEJIra. I^pc^'^ri 

., . ..;- Hf Pb'n'>>^tAgem:; ,:;,.^^.,,.]:^:,^^\^^_ 

Jii. '!■;•■ J . ' ■' "'mB 01 -.111 lojT ■>■"» 

j^^Gtice IS hereby given,. that the Partnarl^iip lately (UIm 
LAT lifting hctweer. 'rhoroos Doweling;., iJo)>n Lowe, and 
Samuel Biiiiop, of Wood-Street, Cheapfidc, in the Citv of 
I-ondon, Hatters, uniler the Firm of Dowding, Lowe, iind 
Bi(liop,w-is this' Day dilftilvcd by mulualConfent ; and will 
in futiiie he carried on hy the faid Thomas rUo^yding and 
Samuel Bi/hvp. Witnels cmr Hand* this I9,th '.Dav of ^a- 
nuaryi8o-«, Thomas Dotuding. 

yohn Lotve. 
,• I •; ... Samuel Bifhop. 

Notice is Wety giwen, thit the Partnerfhip lately car- 
ried on' By '^ the imderfigned John Chaplin and An- 
di;W Kurnett, in New J,illi--Strei't, Leicefter-.'^quare, in the 



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City of Weftminftcr, CiVmet-Mikert an<l UpIiolAerers, wat 
dillslvrd on the 2jtli Day of Dtecmber Lift by mutiul Con- 
ieiit. Witiicl's our Hands ihi. jotli Day of January 1804, 

John Chaplin. 

ylndrenu Burnell. 

Notice U hereby gWen, fhit the Partnerftiip carried on 
between the undcrfigncd Jofeph Slater and JuCeph 
Driver, both of Mandielier, in the County of Lancafttr, in 
the Bufinefs of Brulh-Makers is this Day diljolvcd by nu<- 
tual ConlVnt; and all Debts due to or owing by the laid 
late Partnerdiip are In be received and paid by the f.iid 

iol'eijji Slater, %vho will in future carry on the Bufimfs on 
is own Accouut; As witncls their Hands this iSth Day of 
January 1804, J°f^^ Slater. 

Jofeph Driver, 

Notice is hereby given, that the I'artnerfliip heretofore 
Carrie^: on by Deborah lilakc and Harriet Blake, of 
No. ?, Warwick-Street, Goldcn-Sc|uare, in the County of 
Middlefex, Milliners, under the lirm of Blake and Co. was 
diribUe.l by mutual Cunlent the Jirt Day of December 
180.7 Notice is alCo given, tliat all Debts due to and 
owing by the faid Concern will be received and paid by the 
faid Deborah Blake, No. 8, Warwick-Street, Golden-Siiuare : 
As witnefs our Hands this a5t)i Day of January 1804, 

Deborah Blake. 
Harriet Bloke. 

London, Februarj- I, i804- 

Notice is hereby given, that the Copartnerfhip between 
us 3s 'I'in-Manulaflurers, carried on at the Corner of 
fifh-Street-Hill, London, will expire by Agreement on the 
i4th Day of March next ; and that all Debts due and owing 
by us on that Day, upon our I'artncrftiip Account, will be 
received and. paid by me James Flockhart : As witnefs our 
Hands, Gregory barman. 

James Flockhart. 

London, January 4, 1804 



'HE Partncrfhip fubfining between George Pallanger 
and Peter Reynolds, of D 



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and Peter Reynolds, of Duke-Street, Southwark, Pot- 
ters and Glafs-ScUers, is' this Day diirolved by mutual Con- 
fent. Ail Debts due to the laid Copartnerlhip are to be re- 
ceived by the faid George PalTeng. r, by whom all Debts 
.jwing from the faid Copartnerfliip will bo paid. Witnefs our 
Hands, Geo. Pajfanger. 

P. Reynolds. 

Otice is hereby given, that the Copartnerfliip between 
■' Thomas Ofborn and Edward Lawrence, of Evelham, 



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in the County of Worcerter, Whitefmiths, was didblved by 
mutual Conlent on the a4th Day of November lall ; and 
they return Thanks to their Friends and the Public for part 
I'lTors, and refpeftfully folicit a Continuance of the fame to 
Thomas fXborn, by whom the Bufinefs will in future be con- 
audted at tvelham aforefaid. All Debts due from the lai<l 
Partnerlhip will be paid by the faid Thomas Ofborn. Wit- 
ncfsour Hands this 15th Day of January 1804, 

Thomas Ojborn. 

Edward Lanurence. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerlhip which lately 
(ubfilltd between John Frere and Francis Moore, of 
Bridgnorth, in the County of Salop, Tanners and was car- 
licd OD at Bridgnorth aforefaid by and in the Name of John 
frere, was dillolvcd on the ^th Day of July 1801. All Per- 
JoDS having any Claims or Demands upon the laid Concern 
are required to apply to the faid John Frerc immediately, 
that the fame may be paid and difcharged. Witncfa our 
Hands this 27th Day of January 1804, 

John Freri. 
Francis Moore. 

Notice It hereby given, that the Partnerlhip between 
William Dovcrs, of St. Matthew, BethnaUGreen, an<l 
Thomat Porcas, of the fame Place, Poulterers, was dilTolyA^d 
by mutual Confent on the ill Day of December lafl. Wit- 
neftoat Hands tbij id Day of February 1804, 

iV. Dovers. 
Thomas Porcat. 



Eirmingliam, January 19, 1804. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnerlhip lately fub- 
_ lining between W'iUiani Roach and William ProlTcr, 
Deal Merchants of this Town, was dillolvcd on the 31ft of 
December laft by mutual Conlent. All Debts owing by the 
faid Partnerlhip will be paid at the Acconipting-Houfe in 
Lionel-Street; and all Debts due to the fame will be re- 
ceived by either of the laid Parlies. 

William Roach. 
IVts,. Projcr. 

Notice is hereby given, that the Copartnerfhip lately 
fuhfilimg between MelTis. William Henry Munn and 
George Munn, of New Bond-.Strect, in the County of 
Middlefeic, Stationers and Piintfellers, was didolved by mu- 
tual Confent on Mondiy the 30th Day of January lall. All 
Claims and Demands on the Partncrlliip will be paid by Mr. 
William Henry Munn, of New Bond-Street aforefaid, where 
the irade will be carried on as ufual. 

Willinm Henry Munn. 

Gecrfi^- Munn. 

GRIFFINS WHARF. 

London, February I, 1804. 

THE Copartnerfliip lately carried on at the above-men- 
tioned Wharf, under the Firm ot Yoxall, Breeds, and 
I'aincomb, biicig didolved by the Death of Mr. Yoxall,_and 
it being ncceUary to clofe the Accounts of the (aid late Firm 
immediately; all Pcrlbns indebted to that Copartntrlhip 
are deiired to pay the Amount of their refpcOlvc Debts to 
MclTrs. Breeds and Farncomb, the furviviug Partners; and 
any Perfon ..r Perfons having Claims or Demands on fuch 
Copartncrlhip aie delircd to fend an Account or Pirticular 
thereof to the laid Mellis. Breeds and Farncomb, in order 
that they may be aJjulled and fettled. 

Thos. Fothergill, 
Executor to Mr. Thos. Yoxall. 

Thos Breeds. 

Thomas Farncomb. 

TH E Partnirlhip carried on by Thomas Allen ani 
William Nich.dls, of Old Bond-Street, in the County 
of Middlefex, Tailors, is dillolvcd by mutual Content from 
the 14th of December lall ; and all Debts due thereto or 
therefrom will be received and paid by the faid Thomas 
Allen. Thos. /lUen. 

W. Nichollt. 

THE Partnerlhip between John Tirry and John Fuggk, 
late of Maidltone, in the County of Kent, Tailors, 
Drapers, Holiers, and Haherdalhcrs, was diirolved on the 8th 
Day of Augull laft by mutual Confent. All Perfons having 
any Demands on the laid Partnerlhip arc rcquelled to fend an 
Account thereof to Mr. Charles Topping, Attorney at Law, 
at Maidrtone aforefaid, for Adjullment and Payment ; anil 
all Perfons indebted to the faid Pirtnirlliip are resuefted to 
pay their refpeftive Debts to the faid Charles Topping, who 
is duly auihorifed to receive the fame. Dated this nth Day 
of January 1804, Jo^^" Terry, 

John Fuggle. 



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Parilh of Saint Dunftan, .Stepney, Jan. 14, 1804. 
Hereas it appears thai Mr. Richard Philips, in Con- 
fideration of his building and repairing of the Well 
Porch of the laid Church, had a Right of Burying in the 
Ground under the faid Porch, and th.it on the nth Day of 
April 1699, his Reprcfentatives, with Leave ot the Vclfry, 
alTigned luch Right to Mr. Henry Banks, of RatclirtVand to 
his Heirs and />(rigni, to enjoy the fame, upon Condition o£ 
keeping the faid Porch, Irom Time to 'Time, in good and 
fufficitut Repair; and whereas fuch Repair has by them been 
a long Time neglcfted, and Part of the faid Porch has fallen 
down, and what remains is in a ruinous State; Notice is 
hereby given, thatunlel.s fome or one of the Reprefentativcs 
of the laid Mr. Henry Banks do, within One Month from 
the Date hereoi, apply to the Reverend the RcfV)r, or to 
One of the Churchwardens of the faid Parilh, and under- 
take forthwith to repair the faid Porch accordingly, their 
Right of Sepulchre under it will be confidered as abandoned, 
and the faid Forth will be taken down. 
By Order, 

JOHN SALTER, Vcftry Clttlu 



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N -O T I C IT. 

Jaiiuarj- 30, 1 S04.. 

\I,I, PciTons having Iny Claim nr Deni uul on the ElS.iti; 
and Etfefls of IVIr. Jacoli Malr.'.lin, lite- iil Chclrer- 
''i.icc, in tlic Pariili of Saint jMaiy, l.uini-.cti>, in the County 
viF Surrey, Sni vcyor, dcccafcd, are detiieil to fend an Accounl 
tlYoicof forthwitli to Mfr. Harptir, of Canfl6n-Ro«-, VVcll- 
iniiiQer, Solicitor. *' '' 

jMessks STR.VNGE, OAsmVOOD, aud Co. 

No. II, FcnoliiM'cli-Sirfet, Jan. ,-;o, 1804. 

Notice is hereby given, that t!ie Trullccs of the'Elfatj 
of McfVrs- 'Strange, D«tli\vo6d, i\jjncw, a:id Peacock':, 
bte of New Hond-Strect, Uanker*, intend to declare llx: I'.irll' 
I Di^'iJend of their j-oint J'Jllatc on the i'iiU Day of Fefunary 
■ nnxt : It'is particularly re(]iitlKd, that all Persons wli-? have 
not liitherto delivcied tlic Paitlcnluis of their Demands, and 
oi -the Securities they hold loi' the fame, and Jlttled their 
Accounts, and agreed their Balance with the 'I'luftees, (pnr- 
laarc to the pobiic Notice already j^iven lor tliac Puipole,) 
•will immediately do fo, it being ablolutely necejrary that l-iic 
.'Vmunnt of each Creditor's Debt Ihould be accurately alcer- 
faincd and iettled, an<l an Atiidavit made thereof, in like 
jvianneras under a Commiflion 01 Ijankrupt, before the Di- 
Milciid can be paid thereon. 

Thames and Siivein Canal Navigation. 

Erimfcomb Port, January ,;r, 1S04. 

Notice is hereby given, that in conlcfjutnce 01 tlie ."Vd- 
ditional Expences arihng on the i^ivers Thames and 
■Severn, tlie Carriers are under the N. cclfity of advancing 
their Rates of Freight, commencing the lOtli February, as 
follows, viz. 

From Briftol, Gloucefler, Worccftcr, and Stourpourtj to 

I^ondon, Three Shillings per Ton. 
From London to the above Places, Five Shillings per Ton. 
The Proprietors of theie Barges heieby give Notice, tiiat 
tiiey will not be anfwerabic or accountable for Lofs, or Da- 
mage by Fire, or Leakage, or any Accident on the different 
Navigations, or in any Cafe for Goods fent by their Barges 
rot properly packed, direifted, and the Wharfage paid on 
Deliveiy. 

''r^O be peremptorily fi)ld, purfuant to a Decree and fub- 
J^ fequcnt Older of the High Court of Chancery made in 
a Caufe Omer againrt Omer, beljoie John Ord, Elq; one of 
the Maltcrs of the faid Court, at tha Public Sale-Room of 
the Court, in Southampton-Buildings, Chancery-Lane, Lon- 
dcm, on 'luefday the 13th Day of March 1804, between tlie 
Hours of Eleven and Twelve of the Clock in the Forenoon, 
in Two Lots, Several yearly Fee Farm Rents, ilioing out of 
certain Premifes at Bath, in the County of Somerfet ; and a 
Freehold Effate, confiffing of Catlgrove-Honfe and other Pie- 
mifes, fituate on tlie Bank of the River Kennett, at Read- 
ing, in the County of Berks, formerly Part of the Elfate of 
Tliomas Omer, Eftj; deceafed. 

Printed Particulars may be had (gratis) at the faid Maf- 
ter's Chambers in Southampton-IBuildings aforcfald; at the 
OtTices of Mr. Nethertole, and Meffis. Parker, Palmer, 
and Cuppage, Solicitors, No. 15 and 37, in EiTex-Street, in 
the Strand, London ; of Mr. George Watts a;id iMr. I^iike 
Evill, Solicitois, at Bath; at the Crown Inn, Reading; the 
Red-Lion Inn, at Henley-upon-Thames ; the Sun Inn, at 
Maidenhead ; and at the George and Pelican, at Newbury, 
lierks. 

Between John Dobie, Efq; furviving Executor of James 
Butler, Efq; deccaied , PlaintilF, and the Right 
Honorable Walter Earl of Ormond and others De- 
fendants. 
TUrfuant to a Decree of His Majefty's High Court of 
dChancery in Ireland made in this Caufe, beaiing Date 
the 25th Day of November lad, I require that all Creditors 
and Legatees of the Right Honorable Charles late Earl of 
Arran, in faid Decree mentioned, and alfo all other Perfons 
having Incumlirances affefting the Eftate of the faid Earl of 
Arran, do come before me, on or l-.eforc tire 13th X'av of Fe- 
bruary next, and prove and afcert.iin their feveral Demands, 
otherwife they will be precluded from the Benefit of the 
isid Decree. Dated the s6lh Dav of January iSo4. 

WILLIAM HENN. 
K. B. For further Information in England pleafe to incjuire 
of Melfrs. Dobie and Tlionias, Solicitors, Crane-Court, Fleet- 
Street, London. 



PUrfuant to .i Decree of the High C.mrt of Cliaiir'rr)' 
made in /a Caufe Short vcrliis "I'avior, the Creditors 
of Charles ,Slioct,_late of Calcutta, in the F^aft Indies. I'.fi,^ 
dcceati-d, are, on or before the iHth l).;y of Fel;niJi-y inllant. 
to come in ■.•Aid prove tlicir Debts before John -Simeon, L(q; 
One of the Mafiers of the faid Court, at his Chambers in 
Southanipton-iJuildings, Chancery-Lane, Lontion, or .in De- 
fault tluTt_-of tliey will be peieniptoiily excitided the BLnc;:t 
of the laid Decree. 

Pt'rfuant to h Decree of the I.'igli Court of Chanf;-/ 
made in a Caufe Evans and anotJier agzrnrtk«_t;r .,.* 
others, the Creditors of Edward Greathod, la'.e of Uddens- 
Houfc, in the County of Dorfr-t, Efq; deceafed, a[e to come in 
anj prove their leveral Debts before FmhcIs Paul Stratford, 
Efq; one of tiie Mailers of tlic faid Court, at his Chambers 
in Soulhampton-Building;, Chiinefry-I.'.i.;, London, on or 
before the :8tii Day of Febrnaiy inff jnt,<>r in Default thereof 
they will be' peremptorily excluded the Benefit of the laid 
Decree. 

PVJvAiant to a Decree of t1;c High Court of CI?anc<ry 
made in a Caufe of Fyler againit Murlhwaitc ani 
others, the Creditors and LrgHtecs of James Chanmefs, late 
of 'I'wickenham, in the County of Middlefex, Efq; deceafed, 
are to come in and prove their feveral Debts and claim their 
tefpeiMve Legacies before Francis Panl Stratfofd, Ei'q; one of 
the Mafters of the faid Court, at his Chambers in Southamp- 
ton-Buildings, Chancery-Lane, London, on or before the 
28th D.iy of February inl>ant, or in Default thereof tliey will 
be pcremptoriiy excluded the Benefit of the faid Decree. 

PUrfuant to a l5ccree of the High Court of Chancery made 
in a Caufe wherein Samuel Townfcnd and others arc 
Plaintiffs, and Edward Brahazon Brenton, Elq; and another 
are Defendants, the Creditors of Gregory Townfcnd, late of 
Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, in North America, 
AOirtant-ComniifTary-General of the Britilh Forces, (and 
who died at Halifax fome Time in the Year 1708,) are to 
come in and prove their Debts before Alexander Popham, 
Efq; one of the Maflers of the faid Court, at his Chamoers 
in Southampton-Buildings, Chancery-Lane, London, on or 
before the iSih of June i3o4, or in Default dieieof they 
will be peremptorily excluded the Benefit of the Jiiid Decree. 

PUrfuant to a Decree of the Krgh Court of Chancery, 
bearing Date the loth Day of February 1801, made 
in a Caufe wherein Elizabeth Dighton, an Infant, and others 
are Plaintiffs, and Ann Dighton, Widow, and John Manley., 
Efq; aic Defendants, the Creditors of Richard Dighton, late 
of the Wihlernefs, near the City of Glouctfler, Elq; deceafed, 
are forthwith to come in and prove their Debts before Peter 
Holford, Efq; one of the Mailers of the faid Court, at hi<i 
Chambers in Southampton-Buildings, Chancery-Lane, Lon- 
don, or in Default theicof they will be excluded tlie Be- 
nefit of the faid Decree. 

THE Creditors of James Waugh, late of Hulborn-Bridgc, 
London, Hofier, Habeidallier, and Linen-Draper, are 
required to fend in, on or before the 29th of February inflant, 
to Mr. George Williams, No. 38, Friday- Street, London, one 
of the Truftees, an Account of their refpeiffive Demands on 
the faid James Waugh, and on or before that Day to accede 
to the Arrangement which has been made for the Scttleinertt 
of the Atfairs of the laid James Waugh, l)y agreeing to ac- 
cent the Dividends which may arife from tlie Difpofal of bii 
Eftate and EfTefts, and executing to him a General Keleafc of 
their feveral Demands, or they will be piecluded the Benefit 
of the faid Dividend. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Cqmmiflion of Bankrupt, awarded and iflued againll 
Hieronymus John Claufou,-!ate of America-Square, but now 
.'t I-'rifonei' in Giltfpur-Street Compter, in the City of London, 
Merchant, are delired to meet the Afiignee of tiie Eftate and 
Effefts of tlie faid Bankrupt, on S.aturd.iy the nth of Fe- 
bruary inflant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at the 
Office of Meftrs. Mayo and Pearfc, No. 3, Cloak-Lane, Lon- 
don, to aflent to or diflent tiom the laid Aliignec commencing, 
profecuting, or defending any Suit or Suits at Law or in 
Equity for Recovel^- of any Part of the faid Bankrupt's Ellale 
and iitfeifts; or to the compounding, fubmitting to Arbitra- 
tion, or otherwife agreeing any Mattef or Thing relatirjj ■ 
thereto; and on other fptcial Affairs. 



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'"J-'HI''. CrrditO'S of tlic late Mi ''ir^-s AiiTus, Cahi.ict- 
1 Maker anU Mpho'.llcicr.dcci.. !. -^ I i.tlibuiM-Street, 
St-Ja:-'. i'v t!iat liave not fit an .■. i...i."i of their UivV 
are requci.^.1 to do i: oil or Icforc Tbumlav iu\t the 9(1 
In'.ui't, as a Dividend of tht ATnnt* cciived will bt immt- 
(liattrly madr to his Grcditoi-s. Vaiticti.ars to be icnt to Mr 
Davis, Kiiig-Strrct, St. A:.ns, or Mr. Hendru, 4<o. IJ, Titch- 
bor.i-iitrcci, hiiJixeCi'tors. 

'"J 'HF '^ifdiior- who have proved thiir Debts iiiidcr c 
5 Cr'TTiinifllon of iiankriipt swarded and illiied fctl' 
3j',:ii!l William 'Ikompfon, of Dcan-Si:cet, in the Boroui;! 
of f^nu'hwark, in tJie County of Surrey, iMirchant, and Eb;.- 
Tieicr l,eadbcaicr, of Moor-t'lacc, X,..iiibr:!i, in the faid 
County of Surrey, M»'rchant,and late Copartners, (and lately 
<:.'..-rying ou Trale in Dcan-SUeet aforcl'aid, undt; the Fii m of 
Thomp'on and l.eadbcater, and alio luryiving Partners of 
William .\tkinlbn, dereafcd, heretofore carr^'ing on Tiade 
under the Firm of William Aikmluii and Company,) aic 
defircd to meet the Adigiues of tl-.c ElKite and Ellerts of tlie 
faid Bankrupts, on Wediiefday the 8th Hay of February 
indant, at One o Clock in the Afternoon, .it Tom's Cotl'ee- 
Houfe, in Coinhill, tn alKnt to or difltnt from the (aid 
Anignces c>>mmencing and profecuting any A£Hon or Actions, 
Suit or Suits at l,aw or in Equity, touching, concerning, or 
relating to the EfVate, AHairs, and Concerns of the Partner- 
fhips carried on by the laid Bankrupts under the Firm of 
William Atktnfon and Company, or all, or any, or eitlicr oi 
the olher 'I'ladcs or Burmifs io which the laid William 
Thomplon was intcreftcd or concerticj as a Partner ; or to 
the faid AlFiKnecs agreeing, compoundiiig. or compromifing 
the lame, or any or cither of them, or rclcrring any Matter 
or Thing relating thcicto relpeOively, or to any or either of 
then), to Arbitration ; and on oilier ipecial Affairs. 

1''1IE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
ComnuHion of Bankrupt tiwaiJed and ilTued again!! 
Edward D 'vies, late of Ivy-Lane, in' the City of London, 
Furrier, Dealer and Chapman, arc defired to n.cct the Af- 
fignees of his F.ftate and Ertcfls, on Wednefday the 8th Day 
ot Fchniary inftant, at Six in the Evening, at the City Cof- 
fcc-Houfc, in Cheapfide, to confidcr of the inoft eligible 
Mode of difpoling of the Bankrupt's Stock in Trade ; and 
00 other fpecial Ari'airs. 

THE Creditors who h.ivc proved their Debts under a 
Commirtion of Banknipt awarded and idiied forth 
sgainfl Benjamin Winter, of I^ong-Acre, fn the Parifh of 
Saint Martin in the Fields, in the County of MiHdhlcx, 
Cabinet-Maker, Dealer and Chapman, arc defired to meet 
the Allignees of the Eftate and Etfecls of the laid Banknipt 
on Saturday the nth Day of Febiuary inftant, at Six o'clock 
In the Evening precifely, at Miles's Coffee-Kouic, in Ger- 
rard Street, Soho, to confiJer the Propriety of accepting an 
Offer which has been made for the Purchalc of the Freehold 
Eftate of the faid Bankrupt, fituate in the City of Oxford ; 
and for his Reverlionary Interctl in Two Sums of One 
Thonland Pounds each, in the Three per Cent. Confolidated 
Bank Annuities ; and on other Ipecijl Affairs. 

''I 'HE Creditois who have proved their Debts under a 
j^ Commillion of Baiikriipl awarded and ilfucd againll 
William Friend, of .Sunderland near the Sea, in the County 
of Durham, VS'hitefmith, Ironmongei, Dealer and Chapman, 
are defired to meet the Affignee of the faid Bankrupt's 
Eflatc and Elfefis on Tucfday the lift Day of February 
in((<int, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenooit, at the Moufu of 
Charlotte Smith, the Golden-Lion Inn, in .Sunderland atorc- 
faid.in order toalient to or diflenl trom the laid Alfiguee's 
commencing, profeiuting, or .dcfindiiig any Suit or Suits at 
Law or in Equity for Recover) ol any Part of the faid 
Bankrupt's Eflatc and EfTefls; nr to the conipoundiiig, fub- 
mitting to Atbitration, or othervvite agreeing any M,i*tcr or 
Thing relating thereto; and particularly to afTeiii to jr 
ditlcnt from the faiil AITignec's pro!l'Utiiig a certain Suit In 
Equity commenced hy ihr faid William Friend, before i.c 
became Bankrupt, in t!ic Court ot ChancMy ai Dinham, 
wherein the laid William Friend is Complainant and jnhn 
Whinfi Id and William RoWi.re Defendants; and on othei 
fpecial Ari.iri. 

''I HE Liedilors who have proved their Debts node, a 

\^ C'ommifTion of Bankrupt awarded an<l iflued forth 

againft John Perkins, btc of the 'i'own of Huntingdon, 



Earifcer, are defired to me<t tlic AlHpnces of the faid Bank- 
rup-Ti Etidte and EKetts on ;he ictn of Feliruary inllant, at 
the Crown Inn, in Hunlingd. n atorc-iid, to allei't to or 
dilfent from the faid Amj^nees lO'-mencing, pro ecuting, or 
le.'t:idii>g any Suit or Suits at Law it in l'((uity lor "eeo- 
vcry of any Part of the iai.' Bankiupt's Kllate and EfTe's; 
01 t 1 the compounding, fubniittin<; to .Arbitratiin, or other- 
wif',- agree. o;^ any Matter cr 'I'h.ir.^ relating thereto, for lel- 



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the Bankrupt's Stock in'l'radc; and on other Ipecial 



t"*HE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Cr.mmidion of Bankrupt awarded and ifiiied againft 
Henry Dnblbn, of Godmancheiler. in llie County of Hunt- 
ingdon, and Edward Dob!bn,ft Brampton, in the County of 
Huntin«;don, Copartners, Millers, Pealers and Chapmen, are 
deiired to meet the Affignee^ of the laid Bankrupts' i' (Kite 
and F^tfeins dn the loth nf February inltant, at the Crown 
Inn, in Huntingdon, to allent to or dillent from the laid 
AfTignees commencing, prolecuting, or defeiuling any Suit or 
Suits at Law or in Equity lor Recovery of any Part of the 
laid Bankrupts' Eftate and Effefts; or to the compounding, 
fubinitting to Arbitration, or otherwile agreeing any Matter 
or Thing relating thereto; and on other Ipecial AtTairs. 

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a 
Commiffion of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued againll 
James Lang, of Wakelield. in the County of York, Mei- 
chant, Dealer and Chapman, are defired to meet the Allig- 
nees'of the laid Bankrupt's Fllate .md Elfefts, on the nth 
of Febiuary Inllant, at Four in thr Afternoon, at the Houle 
of Ml. Jolcph Brammall, the White-Hart Inn, in Wake- 
field aforelaid, to aOent to dillent from the ("aid AfTignees 
commencing, prolecuting, t r defending any Suit or Suits ;it 
Law or in Equity, for Recovery of any Part of the faid.l!ank- 
nipt'siEflatc and EffeOs ; or in the compounding, lubmit- 
ting to Arbitration, or otherwile agreeing any Matter or 
Thing relating thereto; and on other fpecial Affairs. 

Urfuant to an Order made by the Right Honorable John 
Lord EKbin, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
tor Enlarging tlie I'ime for Jaines Mills, of Wood, within 
Saddleworth, in the County of York, Dyer, Clothier, 
Dealer and Ch.ipman, fa Bankrupt,) to iiirrender himielf and 
make a full Difcovery and Difclohnc of his Eft.i:e and Effeils, 
for Forty-nine Days, to be computed f.om the 7th D..y of 
February inltant; 'Fhis is to give Notice, tl'.at the Commil- 
fioners in the laid Comminiun named and authorifed, or the 
major Part of them, intend to meet 0:1 the 27th Day of 
March next, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the 
Star Inn, in Mancheller, in the County of l.ancallcr, where 
the laid Bankrupt is required to Iiirrender himfelf between 
the Hours of Eleven and One of the f.ime Day, and make 
a full Difcovery anti Difclofiire of his Ellate and Effefls, and 
finilh his Examination ; and the Creditors, who have iu>t al- 
ready proved their Debts, may then and there come anil prove 
the lame, and alient to 01 dillent from the Allowance of 
his Certificate. 

WHereas a Commifiion of Bankrupt, bearing Date ou 
or about the ill Diy of Decemlier 1803, was 
awarded and iirucil forth againll Thorn is Dowding, John 
Lowe, and Samnel Bilhop, of Wood-Strtct, in the City of 
London, Hjtteis and Copartners; 'I'his is to give Notice, 
that the faid t'omniiflion is, under the dreat Seal of the 
United Kingdom of Great Biitain and Ireland, fuperfeded. 

WHereas a Commidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
illiied forth .againll John Hives, nf llkcflon, in the 
County oi Derby, Baker, Dealer and Chapman, and he 
being declaicd a Bankiupt is hereby required to furrendcr 
himielf to the Commilfioners in the faid Commilfton named, 
or the major Parr of them, on the a7th and 28th Days of 
I'cbiuary inllant, and on the 17th i)ay of March next, at 
Eleven in the Foreu' on on each Day, at the Houle of John 
S'mpfi>n, the Rlackmoor's-Head, Nottingham, and make a lull 
Dilcovery and Uilclolnie of his Kllate and Etlcds; when and 
where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their 
Debts, and at the Seconil Sitting to chuie Allignecs. and at the 
Lail .Silting the laid Gankinpt is required to finilh his Ivra- 
mination, and the Creditors are to altcnt to or dillent Iroin 
ihe Allowance ol his Crrtificile. All Pei Ions indebted to 
the tiiid Bankrupt, or who have any of his Eiiec'ts, aic nut 



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to pay or Jeli''cr the fame tut tn whom tlie ConimiTinm.-rs 
(hall appoint, liut give N<'ticc to IWclFrs. Cutis and Sjndcis. 
SolicitQib, Nuttiiigha.il, or 'o Mtllrs. Macdougail and Hunter, 
Solidio:», l.incoln's-liin, London. 

WHercas a Ccinmilfion of liankrupt is awarded and 
ilTucd againft Clwiftopiier Wild. Ute of Maiicliu'lcr, 
in the County of l.ancaller, Vi.niuller, arid he bci.ig <k- 
clared a Br.i krupt is hereby required to liirrcnder hinilcll 
to the Cominiflioncr.s in the CM Commidi.Tn n;imed, or the 
major Part of t^u-m, on the ijth and i4tli ot rebrnary in- 
ftant, and on the I7rh Day "t March next, at Two in tiie 
Afternoon on each i)ay, at Hillidge's Tavern, in the Mar- 
Jtet-Place, Manchcller, in the Coltiuv of Lancafltr, and make 
a full Difcovery and Dirdofurc of liis ElUte and JilTtifb ; 
when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove 
.their DelitSi and at the .Second .Sittin;: to cluile Atfi^nees, 
and at tlie Lad Sitting : he faid Bankrupt is required to 
*finilli his Esamiuation, .mr. t.lie Ci editors are to alTeiit to oi 
.didijnt iron) the Alhiwancc of his Certificate. All Pcrio.ii 
indebted to the iuxd Bankririrt, or that have any ot Ir 
P.tfctU, arc not to r"V '^'^ deliver the fa^ne but to whom 
the Conimiinoners Ihall appoint, but give Notice to Mell'rs. 
S.'iepliard and Adiingtou, Gray's-Inn, London, or Mr. \Ve- 
therali, /Vttoiney at Law^ Manchetlet. 

T "ff 7 Hcre.".s a Comroiirion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
V V iifiicd a2:ainrt Pc'.cr Rogers, of Warrington, in the 
County oi" Lancalrer, .Sbokeep.i", L'ealer and Chapman, rtnd 
■lie being declareda Ba.ikrupt is-hercby required to luricn- 
.der liiiiil'tlf to the C"..iiuiilIioner9 in the faid Comniidinn 
nai-.red, or tho major Part of them, on the 2^i and 23d 01 
Febraiarv inif.-.nt, and on the i 'ih of A'larci) ne.xt, at 'I'liree 
oi' the Clock in the Atiornoon on each Day, at the Star 
Inn, Wanche'le:-, in the f.mi^County of i.ancadcr, and 
ni.ike a full Uiieovcry and Difcloiure of his EUate and £f- 
ledts ; when and where the trcilitprs are to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, and at tlie. Second Sitting to choofe 
AlTigiiees, and ,nt the Lall .Sitting the faid Bankrupt is re- 
quired to finidi his Exaniin.iiron, and the Cieditors are to 
alli;;it to or dificnt from the Allowance of his Certificate. 
All Perl<nis indebted to the faiu Bankrupt, -or that have any 
of his Ktfecfs, are n.rt to pay or deliver the fame but to uhom 
the Commiflioners Hiall appoint, but give Notice to iSIr. 
Huxl';y, Temple, London, or to Mr. Bafnett, Attorney at 
Law, Mancheller. 

WHercas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iHlied forth .a;iainil Robert Wood and Geoige "Payne, 
©r Liverpool, in the County of Lancaller, Vi'h-ilefale Grocers, 
Partners, Dealers and Chapmen, and they being declared 
Bankrupts are hereby required to fmrender tbemfclves to 
the Coniiniirioners in the faid Coniniiliion named, or the 
major Part of them, on the 27th and aJ^th <>f February inllani. 
. and on the 17th of March nest, at Eleven in the Forenooi: 
on each Day, at the George ]nn,»D.ile-Strect, Liverpool, and 
make a full Difeovery and Hifelofure of tlieir Eltate and Kl- 
fcits; wjien and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chuie 
AlTignees, and at the Lall Sitting the faid Bankrupts are re- 
quired to fir.ilh their Examination, and the Creditors are to 
allent to or dilUnt from the Allowance of their Certificate. 
All Pcrfons indebted to the faid Bankiupts, or that have 
any of their Elletts, are not to pay or deliver the fame but 
to whom the Commiflioners Ihail appoint, i>ut give Notice 
to Meffrs. Lace and Halfall,. Solicitors, Liverpool, or Mr. Wil- 
liam Atkinfon, Solicitor, Chancery-Lane, London.. 

WHereas a Commidion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ifliied forth againll William Hill, late of the City 
of Erillol, Jeweller, (but now a Prifoner in His Majelfy's 
Priibn of the Fleet, in the City of London,) and he being 
declared a Bankrujtt is hereby required to fitriender bim- 
felf to the Comniiltioners in the faid CommifTion named, or 
the major Part of them, on the 14th and ijth of February 

■ inftant, and on the 17th of A4arch next, at Twelve o'clock 
atNonn,on each Day, at the Houfe of Samuel Pofton, com- 
monly called or known by the Name or Sign of the Rummer 
Tavern, in the City of Brit^ol, and t^.^ake a full Difeovery and 
Diiiclofure of his Eltate ar.d Ededs ; when and where the 

• Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and 
at the Second Sitting to chnfe .\ (lignees, and at the Lall 
Sitting; the laid Bankrupt is recjuirid to fiiiilh his Examina- 



tion, and. (he Creditors are toafient to or difPent from the Al- 
lowance of his C-'itificatQ. , All Pcrions indebted to the faid 
Bankrupt, or that iiave any 01 his Effcits, are not to pay 
or deliver the fame bu' to whom the CommilTioncrs- ihaH 
appoint, but give Notice to MeiH.<;. Edmunds, at their Seat 
in the Excliequer-Olfice of Pleas, Linc.ln's Inn, London, or 
to Ml. William Thomas, Solicitor, BriHol. 

\ i /^ Hercas a Commiinon 0'' Bankrupt is awarded am} 
\ ♦ ilfued forth againit John Clarke, cf Tealby, in the 
County of Lincoln, Paper-Maker, and he being declared a 
Bankrupt is heitby leqniied to fnrrender himleJf to the 
CTninillllonei.^ iji the i.tid CommifTion named, i,r the m-ajo. 
Pan .if them, on the •J9th Day of Febiujiy infjaiit, and on 
the iff and 17th of March next, at Eleven in the Forenoon 
on each Day, at the Wliite-Hart Inn, 111 Market-Raifin, . 
in the County of Lincoln, and ni-ikt a full Difeovery and 
Difi ofhre of liis»i*.llatc and Ellccl!.; when and where the 
Cre iitorsare to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at 
ibe Sec. i.d Sitting to chufe Affignees, and at the LafI Sil- 
ting the faid Bankiiipt is requited to linilh his Examination, 
and the Creditors are to afient to or dilfcnl from the Allow- 
ance of liis Certificate. All Pcrfons indebted to the faid 
Bjnkrupt, or that have any of his Etfeiffs, are n.jt to pay 
or deliver the fame but to wliom the Commii^oners ihall 
appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Jofeph Brown, of Great 
Grimfoy. in the County of Lincoln, Attorney at Law, or to 
Mr. William Grey, Gray's-lnn, London. 

WHereas a Commifllon of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilTued forth againtl Richard Spencer Fern, (furvivinjf 
ParWer of Zachariah Gi-fiorne, deceaf'ed,) lite of Suffolk- 
Lane, in the City of London, Dryfalter, Dealer and Chip- 
man, (carrying on Eullnefs under the Firm of Fern and Gif- 
borne,) and lie being declared a Banki'jpt is hereby re- 
quired to lurienJei hiniielf to the Commiifioners in the faid 
CommifTion named, or the major Part of them, on the 7th 
of February inffant, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, 
on the iSth Day of the fame Month, at Ten o'clock in 
the Forenoon, and on the I7lh Day of March next, at One 
of the Clock in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a fid I Difeovery and Oiiclofure of his F.fnite and Effefts ; 
when and where tlie Creditors are to come picpar^d to prove 
their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chnfe AfT'i- 
nees, and at the Laft Sitting the fiiid Bankrupt is required 
to (inilh his Examination, and the Creditors are to ailent to 
or diflent fiom the Allowance of his Certificate. All Pcr- 
fons indebted tn#lie faid Bankrupt, or that have any of 
his Effecls, are not to pny or deliver the fiime but to whom 
the C!ommi(l!cners (hall appoint, but give Notice tdf Meffrs. 
Williams and Sherwood, Bank-Street, Cornhil!. 

W'Hereas a Commiflion of Baiiknipt is awarded and 
iffued forth againff Fdv^•arl faylor, now or late of 
Ijlackburn, in the County ot l.anralier, Lincn-Draper. 
Dealer and Ch.ipman, and he being declared a Baikrnptis 
heieby required to (iirrendtr himf'ell to tlie Commilfioners 
in the faid CommifTion named, or the majon Pan of them, 
on 'the 13th Day of February inflant, at Four o'Clock ^n the 
Afternoon, and on the 15th of the fame Month and t7th of 
March next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, at 
the Houfe of Stephen Parker, the Sign of the Dun- 
Horfe, in Blackbuni aforef'aid, and make a full Difcoverv 
and Diiclofnre of his Eifate and FJlefts ; wlien and where the 
Creditor.5 are to come prepared to prove tlieir Debts, and at 
the Second Sitting to chule Aflignees, and at the laff Sit- 
ting iJic faid Bankrupt is required to finilh his Examin,rtion, 
and the Creditors are to aflcnt to or diflent from the Allow- 
ance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted to the faid 
E.inkriipt, or that have any of his Effeiffs, are not to pay or 
deliver tlie fame but to whom the CommifTioners fhall ap- 
point, but give Notice to Mr. Robert Dewhurft, Attorney 
at Law, Blackbutn, 

WHereas a CommifTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
ilTued forth againit Thomas Crofsley, of Manchefler, 
in the County of L.uicaffer, Dimity-MannfaOuier, Dealer 
and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby 
required to fnrrender himlelf to the Commiliioners in the 
faid CommifTion named, or the major Part of them on the 
ajd of February infiant, at the White-Bear Inn, Lever's- 
K(>w, in Manchefler aforciaid, on the 27tb Day of the fame 
Month, at ;hc Aiijel Inn, in Alhton-ander-Linc, in the faid 



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County, anj «'n t!ie 171)1 of MarA ncit.at the AVIiitf- 
J!r3r, Inn.iti Mancticftcr aforcl'aiil, at Eleven of the 1,'lock 
in tl'e rfreiippn 011 cacli Day,-and make a full Uifcoveiy and 
I)ili:l>>!nie of his I'.rtatc and Etiefts ; when ami w here the Crc- 
(litoiAar'- Tn come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the 
Sceom! S ting to chwlc AHignce!*, and at tlic Lalk Sitting the 
faiil Bankrupt is requited to ■finiOi his Examination, and the 
t'rcditori are to atient to or drd'ent fi-om tltc Allowance ol 
his Ceitificate. All Pcrlbns indebted to the laid Bankrupt, 
rr that have any of his EtTecfls, are not to pay or deliver the 
fime bnt to whsr.i the ComoiifTioncrs fiiall apiioint, Init 
give jSottceto Mr. Higginbottom, Attorney ^t Law, at Alh- 
ton-inuler-Line aforelaid. 

TTTHercas a Ccmniiflion of Bankrupt is avi'aided and 
VV ilhied'foith a);ain(t John Wiight, late of Golpnrt, 
. in the County of t"outhaniptdft. Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, 
and he heinj; declared a Bankrupt is hcrcl>y required to liir- 
Tcnder himlelt to the Commillioners in tlie faid C!omniifTion 
named, or the major Part of them, on the 14tii of hehruuy 
inliaut, at 'llMee o'Clo'-k in the Afternoon, on the Ijth of 
the fame Month, at T en o'Clork in the l''orenot-)n, at the 
iSoole c» Joleph Juild known iiy the Name or .S'p;n of the 
iFour.tain 'j'avern, in Gofport aforefaid, and on liie 17th of 
March next, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, at the lloufe of 
■Charles B!ai>chatd, known by the Name or yij^n of the 
Crown Inn, in Gofport aforefaid, and make a full Dilcn- 
«cry and Diltlofnre of his ElKite and EfTcfls; when and 
wheie th-j Creditors arc to come prepared to prove tlieii 
Debts, :ind at the S-jcond Sitting to chufe Adignees, and ar 
the l.'jft Sitting the faid Bankrupt is icquired to finilli his 
Examination, and the Creditors arc to afVent to or difl'ent 
from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons indebted 
to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Ellecls, are 
not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the Conimil- 
fioncrs (hall appoint, hut give Nolice to Mellrs. Minchin and 
Compignc, Solicitors, Gofport, Hants, or Mciris^'I'arrant and 
Moulc,t;hancery-Lane, London. 

WUereas a CommilTion t)f Bankrupt is awarded and 
iflued fortli againll Jofepli Weedon, of O.xford-Strcet, 
in the Paiidi of Saint Mary-le-Bone, in the County of 
Middleres, Oilman, Dealer and Chapman, and he being de- 
clared a Bankrupt is hcrehy require<i to furrcndcr Iiimlell to 
the Commiflioners in the laid Commilfion named, or the 
major Part of them, on the nth and iSth Days of February 
inftant, and on the I/lh 01 M-rch next, at Ten of the 
Clock in the Forenoon on each of the faid Days, at Guild- 
hall, London, and make a full Dilcoverit and Difclohne of 
IiisE-flate and EfTefls; when and where tnc Creditors aic to 
4:ome piepaicd to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sit- 
ting to chnfe Aflignces, and at the Lad Sitting the faid 
Bankrupt is i;i|nired to fiiiilii his Examination, and the Cre- 
ditors arc to aiFent to or ditlent fiom the Allowance of 
his Certifieaie. All I'erions inibd.ted to the laid Bank- 
lupt, or that have .tny of his EHtfls, are not to pay or deli- 
-ver the fame but to whom the C<'niminioncrs Oiall appoint, 
but giie Notice to Mr. Tcafdale, No. 116, BilJiopl'gate- 
Sticct Within, London. 

WHereas a CommilTion of Bankrupt is awarded and 
iifued forth againft Henry Duuel, of (;olden-Leg- 
Court, Cheapfidc, in the City of I..ond<>n, Wholcfile Hofier, 
and he being declared a Bankrupt is hereby required to fur- 
rentlcr himlelf to the Commidloricrs in the faid CfimmilTion 
nimtd. or the mjjor Part of ibcm, on the nth Day of Ee- 
■bruary inflant, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, on the 25th 
ol the fame Month, and on the 17th Day of March next, 
at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, and 
make a full Dilcovery and Difclofure of his Eftate and Ef- 
Irets; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared 
to pvos'c their Debts, at the Stcond Sitting to choofe Adig- 
pces, and at the La(l Sitting the laid Bankrupt is require to 
finirti his Examination, and the Creditors arc to alTent to or 
dillent from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Perfons 
inde!)ted to the faid Bankrupt, or that have any of his i.f- 
fcHs, arc not to pay or deliver the /'ame but to whom the 
Commiltioners (hall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Ciiarles 
Harrilbn, Solicitor, No. 19, NortTnimbcrland-Strcct, Strand, 
andNo, 31, .\bchurch-I,ane, London. 

W Hereas a Comniillon of Bankrupt is awarded and ilTued 
forth again!) David Moll'att, of Fleet-Market, in the 
i'atiib of Saial Bride, in the City ol London, Gcoccrj Dealer 



and Chapman, and lie being declared a Ranknipt is hercbf 
rttpiiied to lurrcnder himftlf to the Commillioners in the 
iaitl CommilTion named, or the major Pait of them, on the 
nth and iRlh of Febniary indant, and on the I7tii Day of 
Maich next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon ort 
each Duy, at Ciuildhall, London, and make a full Difco- 
vcry and Difclofure of his Ellate and ElFcfls ; when and 
where the Creditors arc to conic prepared to prove their 
Debts, and at the Second Sitting to cluHc AflfignccSj jnd 
at the lad Sitting the (aid l^ankrupt is required to (inilh 
his Examination, and the Creditors arc to aficnt to or'dilli.-nt 
from the Allowance c( his Certi(icate. All IVifons in- 
debted to the laid Bankrupt, or that have nny of his F.ri'cfts, 
are not to pay or deliver the lame but to whom the Corfi- 
milTioncrs fiiall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Rivers, Ba"'- 
ling-Lane, London. 

'"1^ H E CommilTioncrs in a CommiiTion of Bankrupt 
_£ awarded and illiied agniiifl Robert Roe and Ciuil- 
tophcr Moore, both of the City of liriltol. Merchants and 
Partners, intenil to meet at the Houle of Thomas Luce, 
known by the Sign' of the White Lion, in flroad-Stieet, 
Erillol, on Monday the loth Day of February inliaut, at the 
Hour of Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, for tJie Puipofc 
of receiving Proofs of Debts of the lefpeitive Separate El- 
tates of the (aid Robert Roe and Chriliophcr Ivloore, when 
and where the refpe^live Sejiarate Credilor.s of the laid 
Bankrupts are required to come prcpaied to prove tlicir 
Debts accordingly. 

TH E Commillioners in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
awarded and illucd forth againft Robert Kennett, ftir- 
merly of New Bond-Sircet, in the County of Middleftx, 
Uphulflerer, but now of Liucoln's-Inn-Fitlds, in the faid 
Coimty, Tooth-Ache-Curer, Dealer and Chapman, intend to 
meet on the 28th of February inlhuit, at lUeven in the Foie- 
nonn, at Guildhall, London, (by .'Adjournment from the til 
of February inlfant,) in order to take the Laft Examin- 
ation of the (iiid Bankrupt; when and where he is 
retpiired to furrcndcr himfelf and make a full Difcovery 
and Difclofure of his Elfate and Effefts, and finilh Ins 
Examination ; and the Creditors, wlio have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the. fame, 
and, with tbofe wlio have proved their Debts, alFent to or 
dillent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 

I'^HE Comniiffloners in a Commiftion of Bankrupt 
awarded and iHued forth againll James Selway, 111 
the Broad Way, Wcflminlfer, in the County of Middielcx, 
Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 17th 
of February inflant, at Eleven o'clock in vhc Forenoon, at 
Guildhall, London, (by Adjournment Irom the 31(1 Day 
of January la(t,) in order to take the Lart lixamin.ition 
of the faid Banknqil ; when and where he is required 
to furrcndcr liin-.Celf, and make a full Dilcovery and Dil- 
clofure of his Ellate and Ffie£ls, and finilli his Examin- 
ation ; and the Creditors, who have not alieady proved their 
Debts, arc to come prcpaied to prove the fame, pnd, with 
thoii: who have already proved their Debts, alfent to or 
dillent from the Allowance of his Certificate. 

'~f~' H E CommifTioners in a Commi(Tion of Bankrupt 
J;_ awardctl and ilRied forth againfl Charles Blaurock and 
John J.uttcrloh, both late of Miik-I.anc, London, ftler- 
chants and Copartuerii, intend to meet on the 25ih Day of 
February inOaut, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon, 
at Guildhall, London, (by Adjournment from the 31ft of Ja- 
nuary lall,) in order to take the Lad Examination of the 
faid Bankrupts; when ami where they are required to fur- 
render thcmfelves and make a full Dil<:overy and Difclofure 
of thtii Edate and Eflcfls, and finilb their Jixamination, 
and the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
arc to come prepared to prove the (iime, and, with tliofe who 
have already proved their Delits, alFcnt to or dillent from the 
Allowance of their Certificates. 

''T~" H E CommifTioncrs in a CommilTion of Bankrupt 
X awarded and illiied forth againd Solomon Ila.acs, lite 
of No. 2, Quccn-.Street, Londun, Upholder, Dealer and Chap- 
man, intend to meet on the 7th of February inlTant, at Ten 
of the Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, London, in 
order to receive the Proof of a Dcbfiinder the (aid Com- 
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TV.V. CnmmifTToncrs in a Comniifliin of Banlcrupt 
:\warficcl and niueil forth a>;ainll John Kwbank, of 
liiN-kkrlbury, in the City ori.ontlon,Warchoiileniun, Dealer 
ri:\J Chapmsn, intend to meet on the aill of i'cbruary in- 
ll.int, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, 
l.ontlon, in order to receive the Prool' of a Debt under 
the Taid Commilfion. 

'"J'^HE CommilTioncts in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
J bearing' Date the id Day of Augud 1800, awarded and 
itfued forth againd P.obert Gil'-.citibn, of ManchelH-r, in the 
County of l.anca(Vcr,Manulaflurer, Dealer and Chapman, 
inteiiil to nitct on ■ _^- aSth of February inflant, at Three 
o'clock in tlv A(t':%i>uu, at Mr. Jones's, tlie Golden-Lion, 
Deani'"-ate, in Manchcller aforefaid. to make a Further and 
Final Dividend of the Ellate and EfTcftsof the faid Bankrupt ; 
when and where the Creditors, who have not already proved 
their Dclits, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will be excluded the Benefit of the laid Dividend. And all 
Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

'"T"^ H K Commid'oners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
_i bearing Date the 14th of Auguff 1S02, awarded and 
awartled and iliucd a^jainfl Jonathan Fox and William Fox, 
of the Pavement, Fir.lbury, in the City of London, Mer- 
chants and Partners, intend to meet on the 6th Day of 
Maich next, at Ten of the Clock in the Forengon, at 
Guildhall, London, to make a Further Dividend of the Ef- 
tate and EfTefts of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where the 
Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, arc to 
come prepared to prove the lame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the ftid Dividend. And all Claims not 
then proved will be difallowed. 

1"" H E CommifTioncrs in a CommiHion of Banknipt, 
bearing Date the I^th of Februafj' 1802, awarded 
and ifTued forth againif Jonah Dyer, of Wotton-under-Edge, 
in the County of Glouceltcr, Spinning Machine Maker, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 29th Day of 
February inlfant, at Two of the Clock in the Afternoon, 
at the Swan Inn, in Wotton-under-Edge aforefaid, to make 
a Firll and I'inal Dividend of the Eftate and Effefts of the 
faid bankrupt ; when and where the Creditors, who have 
Botalicady proved their Debts, are to come prepared to 
prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the 
faid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be 
(lifallowed. 

TH E CommiHioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
bearinr; Date the 22d Day of Oftober 1803, awarded 
and ilTued forth againft Robert Leigh, of Bampton, in the 
County of Devon, Cooper, Timber Merchant, Dealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet on the 27th Day of February 
jnftant, at Eleven in the Forenoon, at the White Hart 
Inn, ill Wellington, in the County of Somerfet, to make a 
Final Dividend of the Eftate and ElTefts of the faid Bank- 
rupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not already 
proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, 
or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend 
And all Claims not then proved will be difallowed. 

TFIE Commiffioners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 28th Day of April i8oi, awarded and 
ifRicd forth againfl Henry Cooper of the Town of Sand- 
wich, in the County of Kent, Linen-Draper, Dealer and 
Chapman, intend to meet on the 25th Day of February 
inftant, al Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, at Guild- 
hall, London, (by Adjournment from the 31ft Day of January 
lalt,) in order to make a Final Dividend of the Eftate and 
Elfefls. of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where the Cre- 
ditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowed. 

'^ " H E CommilFioners in a Commiflion of Bankrupt, 
\ bearing Date the llthof Auguft 1803, awarded and 
iftued forth againft Richard Lewis, of Codiord Saint Peter, 
in. the County of Wilts, Shopkeeper, Dealer and Chapman, 
intend to meet on the 3d Day of March next, at One 
of the Clock in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, 
in order to make a Dividend of the Eftate and Ef- 
fefts of tiie laid Bankrupt j when and where the Cie- 



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ditors, who hare not already profed their Delits, aro to 
come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be dilaUowed. 

HE Commiflioners in a CommilTIon of Bankrupt, 
__ Ijea ring Date the nth o! Septembtr 1801, awarded and 
lined agairrl! Solomon Fox, of Wardour-Strect, in <hc Pa- 
lilh of St. Ann, Soho, in the County of Middlefex, Cabinet- 
Maker, intend to meet on the 3d of March next, at Ten in 
tile Forenoon, at Giiiidhall, London, in order to make a 
Dividend of the filiate and EfTefts of the faid Bankrupt; 
when and wlrcre the Creditors, who have not already proved 
their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or 
they will be excluded the Benefit of the frid Dividend. 
And all Claims not therr proved will be dilallowcd. 

THE Comrnifniiners in a Commidron of Barrknipt, 
bearing Date the 31ft Day of Joly t'^oi, awarded and 
iftued forth agaiull Tlnnrras Toy, of Penryn, in the County 
of Cornwall, Lir.err- Draper, Dealer and Chapman, intend to 
iireet on the 25th Day of Fcbi-uary inftant, at Ten of the 
Clock in the I-'orentxjn, at Guildhall, London, in order to 
make a Final Dividend of the Eftate and Elfefls of the fai.i 
Bankrupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not al- 
ready proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the 
fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Divi- 
dend. And all Claims not then proved will be difallosvsd. 

THE Commidioners in a Commidion of Barrkrupt, 
bearing Date the i8th of November 1802, awarded 
and iftued againft Richard Scalcy, now or late of Brunt • 
cliffe, in the Par'ilh of Batley, in the County of York, Spirit 
Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 5th 
Day of March next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at 
the Houfc of Mr. William Tinfdill, the Three Legs Inn, in 
Leeds, in the County of York, to make a Dividend of the 
Eftate and EtTeifls of the faid Bankrupt; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are 
to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded 
the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not 
then proved will be difallowed. 

THE Commidronersrn a Commidion of Bankrupt, bear- 
ing DAe the 2jth Day of November 1802, awarded 
and iftiied forth againft John James the Elder, of the Town 
and County of the Town of Nottingham, Cotton-Spinner, 
Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on Monday the 27tl» 
of February inftant, at Eleven in the Forenoon, at the 
Houfe of Jolin Simpfon, the Sign of the Blackmoor's Head, 
in the Town of Nottingham, to make a Dividend of the 
Eftate and Effefls of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where 
the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, 
are to come prepared to prove the lame, or they will be ex- 
cluded the Benefit of the (aid Dividend. And all Claims 
not then proved will be difallowed. 

TH E Commidroners in a Commidion of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 4th of December 1802, awarded 
and iftued againft Hugh Suart, of Knuzden-Brook, near 
Blackburn, in the County of Lancafter, Whrtfter, intend to 
meet on the 27tlr of Febnnry inftant, at Four o'clock it> 
the Afternoon at the Bridge inn, in Bolton, in the faid 
County, in order to make a Dividend of the Eftate and 
Effeifls of the faid Bankrupt ; when and where the Creditors, 
who have not already proved their Debts, are to come pre- 
pared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Be- 
nefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved 
will be difallowed. 

TH E Commidioners in a Commidron of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 19th of June 1798, awarded and 
ifTued fortir againft William Barfoot and Thomas Barfoot, 
of Coleman-Sireet, in the City of London, Grocers, Tea- 
Dealers and Copartners, intend to meet on the ift of March 
next, at Nine of the Clock in the Forenoon, at Guildhall, 
London, to make a Dividend of the Separate Eftate and 
EfTefts of the faid William Barfoot ; when and where 
his Separate Creditors, who have not already proved their 
Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they 
will be excluded the Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all 
Claims not th:n proved will be difallowed. 



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TH E Commiffioners in a CommifTon of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date :he ifjth Day of June l8oo, an aided ami 
iiTueil forth agjinil .i;ali Cullingwortli, of Davcntry, inlht 
Countv of Noriii: .i;>:on, Bookltllcr, Dealer and Cliapwo- 
man, intend to i.n ; on the i7th of Fel.ruai^ inftant, at 
Klcven in the Forenoon, at the Wheat-Sheaf Inn, in Da- 
ventry aforefai.l, to make a Final Dividend of the Ertate 
and Effefts of the laid Bankinpt ; when and where the Cre- 
ditors, wlio hue not already proved their Debts, are to coinc 
prepared to prove the lame, or they will be excluded the 
Benefit of the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then 
proved will be difallowcd. 

TH E Comminioncrs in i. Commifllon of Bankrupt, 
bearing Date the 6th Day of May iSoo, awarded and 
jfTutd forth againft John Reynolds, late of Chelhunt, in the 
County of Herts, but now of the Parirti of Newington-Butts, 
in the County of Surrey, Brewer, Dealer and Chapman, in- 
tend to meet on the ajth Day of February' inftant, at Ten 
of the Clock in the ForenooTi.at Guildhall, London, in or- 
der to mike a Further Dividend of the Edate and Etfcfts 
of the faid Bankrupt; vlien and where the Creditors who 
have not already proved their Debts, are to come prepared 
to prove t!ie fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of 
the faid Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be 
dilallowed. 

WHercas the afling Commidioners in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued againA Charles Brom- 
field, late of Liverpool, in the County of Lancafter, Porter- 
iSiewer, Dealer and Chapman, have certified to the Right 
Honorable John Lord Eldon, Lord Higli Chancellor of Great 
Britain, that the ("aid Charles Bromficid hath in all Things 
conformed himfelf according to the Directions of the ieveral 
Aits of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This is to 
give Notice, that, bv viitue of an Afl palled in the Fifth 
Year of His late Majelty's Reign, his Certificate will beal- 
l.med and confirmed as the faid Ad direOs, unlets CanCe be 
(hewn to the contrary on or before the JJth Day of February 
influnt. 

WHereas the acting CommilTioners in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awaidfd and ilhied a<;3inft Nathan Jolley, 
of U'oodflock-Street, Oiford Street, in the County of Middle- 

icx, Warehoufeman, have certified to the Right Honorable 
[ohn Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
that the faid Nathan Jolley hath in all Things conformed 
himfelf according to the Direftions of the feveral Aits of 
Parliament made concerning Banknipts; This is to give No- 
tice, that, by virtue of an AH pali'ed in tlic Fifth Year of 
His late MajeUy's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and 
confirmed as the faid Afl directs, unlefs Caufe be (hewn to 
the contrary on or before the 25th of February inffant. 

WHereas the afling Commidionfrs in the Commidion 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilfucd againfl William 
Fletcher, of Gray's-Inn, in the Cr.unty of Middlefex, but 
now of Hoxton, in the fame County, Money-Scrivener, 
Dealer and Chapman, have certified to the Right Honorable 
lohn I.ordXIdon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
that the faid William Fletcher hath in all Things conformed 
liimfeif according to the DireOiont of the feveral Afts of 
Parliament made concerning Bankrupts 1 This is to give 
Notice, that, by virtue of an Aft palltjd in the Fifth Year 
of His late Majcfly's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed 
and confirmed as the faid Aft dircils, unltfs Caufe be fhewn 
to the contrary on or before the 15th of February inllant. 

WHereas the afting Commidioners in the Commidion 
of Banki-upt awarded and ilTued forth againll 
Ocorge Duncan Crofk'.y and Richard W'eflall, late Partners 
in Trade with James Fell, of Bafinghall-Street, in llie City 
of l^ndon, Blackwell-Hall-Faftors, Dealers and Chapmen, 
hav« certified to the Right Honorable John Lord Eldon, 
Lord High Chancellor of Great Briuin, that the faid Richard 
Wcftall hath in all Things conformed himfelf according to 
the Uireftions of the feveral Afti of Parliament made con- 
cerning Bankn'pts; 'Fii'S is to give Nqtice, that, by virtue 
of an Ait pafied in the Fifth Year of His late Majcfly's 



Reign, his Cmificale will lie allowe.l and confirmed at 
the faid .\it dlrtits, unlefs Canlc I'e Ihcwn to the contrary 
on or before the Sjth Day of February inllant. 

WHereas the afling Commidioners in the CommiflToij 
of Bankrupt awarded and ilTued agjinll R.obert All- 
croft, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Scilf.ir Manutac- 
turcr, (Partner \yith Jofeph Allcroft, of Sheffield aforelaid, 
ScifTar Manufafturer,) have certified to the Right Honorable 
John Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
that the faid Robert Allcroft hath in all 'I'hings tonlormed 
himleU according to the Diieftions of the feveral Aits of P.'ir.i 
liament made concerning Bankrupt.^ ; This is i.> give Notice, 
that, by virtue of an Aft palled in the Fifth Year of His late 
Majerty's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed ind con- 
firmed as the laid Ait direits, unlefs Caufe be Ihevvn to the 
contrary on or before the jjth of Februaiy inftant. 

WHereas the afting Commidioners in the Commidion of 
Bankrupt awarded and ilFucd againd Richard Sircom, 
of the City of Briltol, Looking Glafs Manufafturtr, Dealer 
and Chapman J have certified to the Right Honoialdc johi) 
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Briuiin, tli it the 
faid Richard Sircom hath in all Things conlornied liimfelC 
according to the Dircitions of tbe feveral Ails of Parliament: 
made concerning Bankrupts; 'I'his is to give Notice, tliat, by 
virtue of an Aft palTtd in the Filth Year of His late 
Majerty's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and con.- 
firmed as the faid Aft dircfts, unlefs Caute be ihewn to tlic 
contrary on or before the ajtli of February indant. 



In the Gazette of Tuefday, January 24, Page t05,Col. i. 
Line 14 from the Bottom, in the Advcrlit'emcnt of the Lad 
Examination under a Commidion of Bankrupt awarded and 
iliued forth againll William Pearcc, for Eleven o'clock in the 
Forenoon read Twelve o'clock at Noon. 



THE following Pcffons being Prifoners fov 
Debt in the refpc6\ive Gaols or Prifons 
hereafter inentioned, and not being charged in Cuf- 
tody, on the Firft Day of Match One thonfand 
eight hundred and one, with any Debt or Debts, 
Sum or Sums of Money, exceeding in tlie Whole 
tlie Sum of One Thoufand Five Hundred Pounds, 
do hereby gi»e this Public Notice, That thcr 
intend to take the Benefit of an Aft, pafled 
in the Forty-firft Year of His prefent Majelly'g 
Reign, intituled, j^i /la for tbc Relief of certain 
Infohent Debtors, at the next General Quarter 
SelTion, or General Seffion of the Peace, to be 
held in and for the County, Riding, Divilion, City 
Town, Liberty, or Place, or any Adjournment of 
any General Quarter Scflion, or General Sefiloii of 
the Peace, which (hall happen next after Twenty- 
one Days from the Publication of their First 
Notices in the London Gazette. And they do 
hereby give Notice that true Jind perfect Schedules, 
containing Difcovcries of all their Real and Per- 
fonal Ellates, hereafter to be fworn to, are now 
ready to be delivered to any Creditors applying for 
the lame, in Manner as by the faid Aft is directed, 
to the Keepers or Gaolers, or their Deputies, of 
the faid Prifons. 

Prifoner in His Maiefty's Prifon of the 

FLEET. 

Second Notice. 

Hsns Minckwitz, commonly called Hans Baron ATinrkwili, 
othcrwifc Hans Baron de Minckwitz, late of Sommerfet- 
Strect, Portman-Square, in the I'arilh of Saint-Mary-le^ 
Bone, in (Jre County of Middlefex. 



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From ©aturtiai? February 4, to Curst)aj) February 7, 1804. 



yifJmtrahy Office, February 7, 1 804. 
jISPATCHES, of which the following are 
Copies, have been received at this Office, 
from Rear-Admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth, 
K. B. Commander in Chief of His Mvijefty's Ships 
and VefTels at Jamaica : 

SIR, Echo, Port Royal, Sept. 10, 1803. 

[AVING in my Letter of the 17th July, tranf- 
mitted you, for the Inforniation of the Lords 
Commifiionei-s of the Admiralty, Captain BKTell, of 
the Racoon's Letter, on the very fplrited- Manner 
in which the Capture of the National Brig Lodi 
had taken place at Anchor in Leogane ; it is now, 
with great Pleafure, I add to it, his Account of the 
Deftruftion of the National Brig La Mutiiie, on the 
Coaft of Cuba, wherein it appears a fupeiior De- 
'ree of jjroftfiional Abilities, with great Gallantry, 
■ere difplayed, and I trull he will be honored wilh 
aeir Lordfhlps' Protedllon. 

I have the Honor to be,' &c. 

J. T. DUCKWORTH. 
Sir Evan Nepean, Bart. 

Racoon, off the Enjl End of Jamaica, 
SIR, 'zoth Aii^ujl 1803. 

UPON receiving the Intimation that the French 
Privateers, which were long fince fuppofed to 
have been fitting out in the Ports of Cuba, liad 
probably put to Sea, I worked up along Shore 
irom Lucca to the Eall End of Jamaica to fee the 
Coaftcl;ar,and then croffedoverto St. Jagoue la Cuba, 
where I faw four French Schooners at Anchor, appa- 
rently .irmed, I of courfe watched' the Port very 
narrowly, and in a few Days I fell in wilii Three of 
them at Daylight in the Morning, Two of which 
1 have cnptiired, after tedious Chafes, from their fe- 
paratlng on different Courfcs, and the other I drove 
on Shore in a f.iiall Bay where file was inevitably loft. 
On the Wednefdny the't7th, at One P. M.'l ob- 
ferved a Brig coming alorfg Sh(^re, which foon after 
hauled her' Wind to fpeak a Schooner which had 
been avoiding ns all Da^-v At Three they bore up 
together, under all Sail, with a ftrong Breeze :— I 
Hood off until certain of fetching them, and then 
made Sail in Shore. At a Q_uartt'r pad Fowr the 
Brig lioifted French Colours aiid. iircd a Gun, ftill 
keeping within Haifa Mil:?, of the Shore under a 
Ptjcii of '6ail. At Twenty IvIiHutcs pail Four (he 



fired her BroadfiJe at us, and attempted to crofs 
our Hawfe, which I was fortunate enough to pre- 
vent, for I ordered the Helm to bt; put hard-a-port 
to board her, though going Eight Knots at the 
Time, and fired a Broadfiie at her, which, from 
being nearly aboard each oti:er, brought down his 
Studdingfails, Topfalts, &c. he then hiffed up and 
ran on Shore on the Rocks in a fmall Bay, and 
llruck his Colours. To avoid a fimilar Fate I was 
compelled to heave in Stays; and when we wore 
round our Stern was nearly in the Breakers. In 
this Pofitlon we fired our oppofite Broadfide to 
efleiSl lier Deftruftlon. In about half an Hour 
(he hoifted her Enfign again, and I made feveral 
fliort Tacks near her, firing upon her in paf- 
fing. Towards Snnfct tier Malnmaft went over the 
Side, and Ihe fell on her Beam Ends. At this Mo- 
ment Mr. John Thompfon, the Mailer, aflvcd ray 
Permiffion to go with a few picked Men, and en- 
deavour to burn her ; an Enterprlfe it would have 
been unjuftifiable to admit of undertaking, from htr 
having landed Boats full of armed Men, and lined 
the Shores, but the Gallantry of the Mafter could 
not fall of exciting my Admiration, and will, I am 
lure, meet your Approbation. I vi-atched the Brio- 
all Night, and in the Morning lier Malls were all 
overboard, and (he lay a perfeCl Wreck full of Wa- 
ter. I have fince learned her Name is La Muline, 
National Brig, carrying Eighteen long EI"-hteen- 
Pounders. and'vi-as full of Men, from Port an Paix 
bound to St. Jago ; but 1 have not been ablef to ' 
obtain the Name of her Captain.' 

I regret thnt I was not able to fecnre to the .Ser- 
vice fo fine a Vefi'el as La Mutine appeared to be ; 
but, under the Circumlbnce of having the Two' 
.Lieutenants and Forty-two Men abfent in Prizes out: ' 
of this Sloop's Company, you will, I trult, feel 
fatl.sfied that no Effort was left untried, and that 
Mr. Thoniplon the Mailer, and the remainiii'T YzxX. 
of the Crew, have performed th'dr Duty on this' 
Occafioa with Crtdtt. - •' '^'' ''•' ' ■"■'•* 

The Schooner whieh was i:i Company made her' 

Efcape, nouvith.Himdlng the Endeavour of Lieute-" 

nant Wright, in Chaise of Olienf the- Prizes, %y\a 

ufed all poffible Means to difable her. ' - ' '• ■•' ■''• 

I have, $c. 'AtStlN' BISSELL-C 

To Sir John Thomas D'liclvjvrth, K.B. 
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S I R, Sharh, Port Royal, OSober 24, 1S03. I 

'"l^'HE accompanying Lcttci" from Captain BiiFcll, 
X of the Racoon, exhibits frcfli Marks of liis 
Gallantry and prufefTional Ability, which I am con- 
fident will fccurc iiiui tlie Honor of ti>eir Lordlliips' 
Notice and Protcftioii. 

I am, &c. J. T. DUCKWORTH. 
Sir Evan hepean, iJiirl. 

Racoon, Port Royal Harbour, Jamaica, 
ST R, Oilober 2 J, 1S03. 

1BEG Leave to Inform you, that in the After- 
noon of the 13th OcloHcr, when ilanding in for 
the Coall of Cuba, I olifcrved fcveral Veflels to 
Windward coming clofc along Shore, all of whom 
lianlcd in towards Cumberland Harbour before Sun- 
fet ; having heard of the Evacuation of Port-au- 
Pn'ncc, I anchored in a fmall Hay, in Expedtation 
of feeing them cominjr paft us in the Night ; Day- 
liglit of the 14th difcovered to us Nine or Ten 
Sail, a fev.' Miles to the Windward of us nearly be- 
calmed; 1 got under weigh witii a fine Land AViud, 
and chaced them, at half-pall Six, a dig. Schooner, 
and Cutter, (full of Men,) hoifted French Colours, 
and fired Guns to Wiudward. The Brig attempted 
to get in Shore of us, while the other Two, with the 
Aflil^ance of their Sweeps and Boats, endeavoured 
to join her. The Land Bree/.e however carried me 
within Gun Shot of the Btig, and after firing a 
Broadfide or Two at her, fhe Itruck. I had only 
Time to fend an Ofllcer, and a fmall Party of Men 
to fccuie her, before my Attention was called to the 
Schooner and Cutter, who had by this Time got 
nearly within Gun-Shot, and were firing at us. 
(;ahiis and baffling Airs prevented me from getting 
nearer .to them till Ten o'Clock, when the Sea 
BrecT-.e fet in ; at Eleven they bore up togethei", evi- 
dently with a Determination to board us. The 
Cutter ficering for our Bows, and the Schoon:r 
hauling out to pal's atlern, I (liortened Sail to receive 
them, keeping the Brig under fufRcient Command 
to Cfiuntcrudl their Defign ; when within PilloUShot 
I fired a Broadfide at the Cutter (which was as 
fpeedily returned with long Guns and Mufquetry), 
then wore round, and fired the other into the 
Schooner, and fo on alternately keeping np a runnin'.; 
Fight, and pteventing either of them frcmi raking us. 
This Kind of engaging lalled more than an Hour 
both Schooner and Cutter keeping up an incelT^nt 
Fire of Mufquetry ; nor was \\. until the Cutter was 
literally beaten to a Wreck, and iiad many Men kill 
fd, th»t (lie llruck her Colours. The Schooner fee- 
ing her Companion fall, made off under •!! Sail. 
Lieutenant Lawrence took Poffefiion ol the Cutter 
with peculiar Alacrity, and I then made Sail after the 
Schooner with a fielh Brecz-. At One P M. I 
again got within Guii-Sliot of lier, and afcer iiri.ig a 
few Shot file fnrrendercd without fuitlier Refillanee. 
After gaining PolTelTion of the Schooner 1 tlialed 
another Brig (which proved to be an .-\mtrican), 
then flood in Shore to rejoin the Brig I had take:i in 
the Morning, but had the Mori ifica: ion to find, that 
vhilc 1 was engaging the Schooner and Cutter, thty 
had overpowered the Officer, and had run her on 
Shore on the Rocks, where they had ;dl kinded with 
their A rms. I have however got all my Men back 
fife. The Brig was called La Ptlite Fille, Natio;ial 
Gun Brig, commanded by Mondcnr I'iquct, Lieute- 
nant dcVainVau, and had onboard One Hundred and 
Eighty Troops, including about Fifty Officers of all 



Ra'.iks. The Scliooner La June Acle of Six fmall 
Guiv-, commanded by M. Serin, Lieutenant de Vaif- 
fenu, and had on l)oa;d Eighty Troops. The Cutter 
L'.-Amclie, commauued h\ Mouficur du Puy, Enfigu 
deVaiffeau, and carrying Four Long Guns and many 
Swivels, with upwards uf S-:venty 'I'roops. The 
Two latter were alio National VelTels, and had orj 
board Twenty -two Officers. 

The Commander, of \hS: Veflels have fince told 
me that they were ap, riled of our being on the 
Coail, and that viu'y had planned .heir Mode of At- 
tack in Cumberland Harbour, having determined on 
boarding us ; their Lol's is about Forty killed aiwl 
wounded, 1 feci jncat Pleafuve in informing you 
th:it I had not a li.igle Man killed ; the oyly Per- 
fon hurt was Mr. John Tlionipfon the Mafter, who 
received a violent Contufion, in the early Part of 
the Bnfincfs, which di'ivived me of the t;n thcr Ser- 
vices of 3 truly brave and meritorious OlPicer. The 
adive Conduft of Lieutenant Lawrence through- 
out the Day, has fully efh'.blifl'.ed the Cliarae'\er you 
gave him, with hi.s CommilTion. From the pertcft 
Satisfaction the Crew had 1 ivcn n'C- on former Oeca- 
(ion;, and their llei'.dy and refolute Behaviour on this, 
I have no doubt it the 'I'liree Veflels had lucceeded 
in boaiding (wliicli,had the Calcn coniinned,!l would 
be extremely difficult, if not impoinble lo prevent) 
thcv would have met with a Refiflance wovtiiy of 
Bvitilh Seamen, and th'it they woulil have had only 
to boail of a very dear bought Conqueft. 

The Damacre tli Racoon has fuflaincd is imma- 
terial, being principally in her Sails ; bTit the very 
difabltd State of the Prizes, and having expended 
nearly all the Shot on board, will, I hope, plead my 
excnie for returning to Port before I was regularly 
recalled. 1 have the Honor to be, &c. 

(.Signed) AUSTIN KISSELL. 
To Sir John Thomas Duclivorth, K. B. 

Rear- Admiral of the Red, and Commander 

in Chief, &c. yc. tfc. 

SIR. Sharl, Port Royal, Nov. J,0, 1 803. 

THE Caracol PafTage, the Eaflern Entrance of 
the Harbour of Cape Francois, having afl'oided 
the Enemy the Means of obtaining Refrelhments 
friim Monte Chrifli, and the former Spanifli Part of 
St. Domingo, which I was convinced mud protiaft 
the Blockade, I dircfted Captain l^oring to place 
a Frigate at the Entrance oi Manchineel Bay, with 
the Hope of checking effoAn dly that Intcrcourfe, 
which I have Pleafure in being able to acquaint you, 
for the Information of the Lords CommifTloners of 
I he Admiralty, has been completely performed by 
Captain Mudgc in the IManche, and the Boats of 
that Ship, having taken and delkroyed 'I'wenty-four 
Sail of fmall Veflels in lefs than a Month, amongll 
which are the two recited in the accompanying Let- 
ters, wherein I feel their Lordlhips will think great 
Enterprife and Gallantry has been difplaytd, and 
mofl confpicuoi'fly in Mr. J^hn Smith the Mafter 
Mate, who I fhall dircftly give an Order to aft as 
Lieutenant till their Lordflups' Pleafnre is known 

I am, &c. j. T. DUCKWORTH. 
Sir Evan Nrpcan, Bart. 

Hi] Miijejly's Ship Blanche, Manchineel 
SIR, B,iy, ^ih Nov. 1803. 

THIS Morning an armed Schooner was fecn 
coming out of the Caracol PafTage, which wa» 
iutanily attacked by the Launch, under the Com. 



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niaiid of Mr.Jolin Siiiitli, ManLr\ Mate, wl-ikli, after 
a warm Difpute of 'I'tii Miuulcs, was carried. It is 
•impofiible for inc to find Words to exprefs his ge- 
Tieral good Conduift, and !iis luwing taken this Vef- 
'fel, fo vrry far luperior to the Launch, and havlno; 
paffcd for a I.,ieiitenant thcfc Twelve Months will, 
•I trull, allow of my recommcndiuij him ror Piomo- 
tion. 

She is one of the fined VelTels (of her Clafs) I 
ever faw, and is fit for His Rlajelly's Service ; file 
had one long Nine-Pounder and Thirty Men when 
taken ; but can mount Eight Six Pounders. 
I have the Honor to be, Sec. 

(Signed) ZACHERY MUDGE. 

I have omitted mentioning the Honorable Fre- 
derick Berkley, but the only Apology I can make 
is faying he beiiaved nobly, and was much to be en- 
vied. Z. MUDGE. 

X.aunch — One killed and Two wounded. 
Schooner — One killed and Five wounded. 

His Majfjly's Ship Blanche, Manchineel 
SIR. ■ Bay, sih Nov. \%oi,. 

HAVING gained Intelligence that iliere was 
a large coppered Cutter fjll of Bullockj for 
■the Cape, laying clofe under the Guns of Mi)nte 
Chrifte (four Twenty-tour Pounders, and Three 
Field Pieces), notwithllanding her Situation, I was 
convinced we could bring her off; and at Two this 
Morning fhe was mallerly and gallantly attacked 
by Lieutenant Lake in the Cutter, and Lieutenant 
Nichols of Marines in tiie Barge, who cut her out ; 
ilie is Ninety-two Tons Burtiien, coppered clofe up 
and fallened ; with Two Four-Pounders, Six Swi- 
vels and Twenty Muikets. 

Tiiis Affair coil me Two Men killsd and Two 
wounded. I have taken fmce my latl Eleven fmall 
Veflels, but chiefly with Paffcngcrs. 

lam, &c. ZACHARIAH MUDGE. 

Blanche — Two killed by the Fort, Two wounded 
by the Cutter. 

French Cutter — Six wounded. Two of them 
mortally. 

I have landed Sixty-nine Prifoners under a Flag 
of Truce, at Monte Chrifle, and have Receipts 
for the fame. — Cargo Fifty-two Bullocks. 

On board His Majejly's Sloop Shark, Port 
SIR, Royal, Jamaica, 30//J Nov. 1 803 . 

ITranfmit you Inclofures for the Information of 
the Lords CommlfTioners of the Admiralty, flat- 
i.ig an Attempt at Capitulation made by General 
Rochambeau on the 19th Inilant, from which I 
hope the Period is not far diitant, when it will be 
brought to-a proper liTue for the Whole of St. Do- 
mingo. 

I am, &c. J. T. DUCKWORTH. 
Sir Evan Ne^ean, Bart. 

Armee de St. Domincue. 
y/u ^artier General du Cap, k 2"] Bru- 
maire, jin 12 dc la Repnblique Fran- 
qoijc, 
Le General en Chef a Monlieur le Commodore 
Loring, comm.ndant Ics Forces Navaics de Sa 
MajeftS Britannique, devant le Cap, Sec. S:c. &c. 
Monsieur, 

POUR prevenir J'Effufion du Sang, ct fauver les 
debris epars de 1' Armee da St. Damingue, 



j'ai J'Honneur de vous envoyor Dcux Officler* 
charges de mes Inllrutliioiis a I'ElR-t d'cntrer en 
Accommodement avec vona ; le General de Brigade 
Boye, Chef de I'Etat, Major-Oeneial, et le Capilaine 
de Vaifleau, Barnc, font charges de vous remettre 
ma Lettre. Je les ai choifi pour avoir I'Avantage 
do traiter avec vous. 

J'di rHoni:eur d'etre avec le pins grande Con- 
iideration, Monlieur, D. ROCHAJVIBEAU. 

Copy of the Propojilions made by the Crcneral Rocham- 
beau to e'vac'uate Cape Francois, Ht. Domingo. 

I. The Gencr.il Rocinmbeau propofes to evacuate 
the Cape, himfclf and his Guards, confifting of about 
Four or Five Hundred Men, to be conveyed to 
France without being confidered Prifoners of War. 

Not granted. 

II. The Surveillant and. Cerf to be allowed to 
carry him and Suite to France. 

Not granted. 

(Signed) JOHN LORING. 

Belkrophon, 0^ Cape Francois, 
SIR, November .9, 1R03. 

I HAVE to acquaint you, on tlic Subje£l commu- 
nicated to me b) General Boyer and Commodore 
Barre, of yoiir Dclire to negotiate for the Surrender 
of Cape Francois to His Britannic Majefly, that I 
fend for the Purpolc, ami to know yout final Deter- 
mination, Captain Mofs of H;s Maicfty's Ship La 
Dtfirce, in order to agree with your Wifliei; inforauch 
a:; is confillent witii the jufl Rigiits of His Britannic 
Majeily on that Point. 

I have alfo to infc im you my Inftrudtons confine 
me to the French Officers and Troops in Health 
being fent to Jamaica, and the Sick to go to France 
or America. The Traiiip:)rts to convey them be- 
ing firil valued, and Security given by the Com- 
mander in Chief, for tl)e due Payment of the Va- 
luation by the French Rcpubh'c. The \ hite In- 
habitants of the Cape will not be permitted to go to 
Jamaica. 

Such are the Parts of my InftruStotis, with wh'xh 
I am bound to comply in any Agreement for the 
Surrender of Cape Fran9ois. 

I have the Hoi or to be, &c. 

(Signed) J. LORING. 
General Rochambeau, Commander in Chief, 
(3 c. t2c. tfr. 

CoLONIE DE S.1INT DoMINGUK. 

./^u ^artier General du Cap, le zS Bru- 
inaire. An 1 2 . 
Le General en Chef de I'Arme de Saint Domingue, 
Capitainc General de la dite Colonic, coniniandant 
les Ifles Fran^nifes, fous le Vent, &c. &c. &c. 
a Monfieur le Commodore Loring, commandant 
les Forces Navales de Sa Majelle Britanniqu.-, 
devant le Cap, &c. 
Monsieur, 

JE viens de recevoir la Lettre que vous m'avez; 
fait I'Honneur de m'ecrire. Comme vos Propo- 
fitions font inadmlffibles, je vous prie de confiderer 
ma Lettre precedente comme non avenue. 

J'ai I'Honneur d'etre, Monfieur, avec beaucoup 

de Confideration. D. ROCtJAMBEAU. 

SIR, Port Ruyal, l^lh Dec. 1803. 

HAVING, in my Letter No. 3, l,y this Convey- 
ance flated to you, for the Information of my 
Lord* Commlffionsrs of the Admiralty, that Gca;;.. 



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tjI R nchambeau had mail? Propuf;;U for cnpitu'iating, 
whicli, though inadmiflible, I tliought loon mull 
lead to others morereal'onable ; the Event has j\i(lificd 
my Opinion ; but I am fcrryto fayitiiat Officer, whofe 
Actions are too extraordinary to account for, iiad, 
<ia the i 9th Ultimo, (previous to his Propofals to 
Captain Loring, through the General of Brigade, 
Boye, and Commodore Barrc) aftually entered into 
a Capitulation witli the Black General Deflallncs, to 
deliver up the Cape to him, with all the OrdnanceJ 
Ammunition, and Stores, on the 30tli ; I conclude, 
flattering himfelf that the tremendous Weather, 
which our Squadron was then and had been experi- 
encing fortliree Weeks, would offer an Opening for 
Efcape, but the Peifeverancc arid Watchfulneis there- 
orprtehidcd liim fiom even attempting it. On the 
39th, the Colours of the Blacks were difplayed at 
the Torts, which induced Captain Loring to diiptitch 
Captain Bligh, to know General Delfalinc's fenti- 
meuta refjifrdiag General Rothamheau and his 
Tro6p^, when, on his entering the Harbour, he met 
(Commodore Barrc, who preflcd him in ftrong Terms 
to go tm board tiie Suvvelllante, and enter into lome 
Capitulation, wl-.ieh would put them under our Pro- 
tcttion, and prevent the Blacks troni finking them 
with red-hot Shot, as they had ihreaiened, and were 
^repaiinij to do, which Captain Bli;;li complied with, 
when tliey hailily brought him a tew Anieles they 
had drawn i;p, wliich lie (after objecliog to fome 
particular Parts, that they agreed fhould be altered 
to caiTy hir. Interprct^tinnon thcii Arrival at Jamaica) 
fisjned, and haftcned to acquaint Geneial Dcflalines, 
diaVall the Ships and Veffels in Port had furrendcred 
to His ?/lajc!ly's Ar'mSt and with great Ditliculty he 
obtained the Promife to delift from tiring, till a Wind 
offered for carrying them out (it then blowing haid 
diredly into the Harbour); this Promife he at length 
obtained, and the firil Iiillant the Land- Breeze en- 
abled them to fail ouvuildef French Colo\ir5, which, 
upon a Shot being -firdd athwart them, tlie Veflels 
of War fired their Broadlidcs, and hanied down their 
Colours, except the Clorinde, a large Frigate of 
Thirty-eight Guns, who unluckily took the Ground 
Aliaft, and was forced to throw moll of her Guns 
overboard, and knocked her Rudder off, when theie 
wafgreatApprthenlion for her ,S.ifety; and 1 am in- 
forired by the Captains of the Squadron,' that we 
mull attribute the faving her (apparently without 
further Damage) to the uncommon Exertions and 
profefTional Abilities of adling Lieutenant Willuugh- 
by,with the Boats ot ihe Hcrenle, who, 1 trull, will 
be lioiiored with their Lordfhips' Protedlion. 

Captain L'iring, after feeing the Generality of the 
Prizes, taken Poffellion of, left the Tliefeus andHer- 
cu!c to irH a tempiM-ary Rudder 10 the Frigate, and 
lirirrg the Remainder with them, bearing away for 
tlie Nlole, and on trieSecondfuminonidllicGeiicrrtl of 
Brigide Noailles who coinniaujcd there, 10 capltrr 
late ;thls he declined doing, atlerting he had Pro- 
vifions fcr five Months ; and hertwilli I tranfmil a 
Copy of his Letter. The numerous and crowded 
Stale of the Piifoners on board all the Prites, and 
their being without Provifi. 11s, making it ncceiiary 
for Captain Loring to pr')eiid tojumaica, hcariived 
here the Fifth v%iili ihc Elephant and Blanche, alfo 
the yurvcillatitc and Verlu Thirty-aght Gun Fri- 
gatef, and various other Prizes, leaving the Pique to 
^blockade the Mole, who anchored in this Port the 



Eighth, and acquainted me that General Noaillet 
had evacuated the Niifht be refufcd to capitulate, 
briirging in with her Five out of the vSix Veffels in 
which tire Ganifon had embarked, a Brig with the 
General on board only efcaplng. I fend a \ efftl of 
War to England, with General Rochairibeau and 
thofe Officers who are faid to have participated in his 
Cruelties at the Cape. 

I am, &c. &c. J. T. DUCKWORTH. 

Sir Evan Nepean, Bart. 

Armee de Saint Domingue, 

Divifion de Droite du Nord. 
^u ^irtier-General du Moll, le \Q Fr'ima'ire, 
An 12 de la Republique Fraiigoife. 
Louis Noailles, General de Brigade, au C ommodore 
Loring. 
Monsieur, 

J'AI re^u la Lettre dont vous m'avcz. honore fous 
la Date du 10 Frimaire. Je delire que vou."; me 
fafTiez connoitre les Ternies auquels vous m'officz 
de trailer avec vous. 

J'ai I'Honneur d'etre avec la plus haute Confidcr- 
ation, Monlicur, votie tres humble and obciffant 
Servileur, (S'g"e) NOAILLES. 

S/iari, Port Royal, fumaica., 
SI R, 20th Dec. 1803. 

ACCOMPANYING this you will receive, for 
the Information of the Lords Commlffioncrs 
of the Admiralty, Copies of various Letters, &c. 
Nos. Ij 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, relative to tlie Proceedings of 
Captain Loring of His Majelly's Ship Bellerophon, 
while Senior Officer of the Squadron blockading 
Cape Fran9oIs. 

1 am, &c. J. T. DUCKWORTH. 
Sir Evan Nepean, Bart. life. i^c. (sfe. 

Belkrophnn, oj' Cape Fran^Qife, 
SIR, Zld Nov. 1803. 

HAVING received Information that General 
Rochair.beau's Intentions are to endeavour to 
make hi!, i.lcape in a Schooner, and oblerving Yef- 
terday Af'.trnoon feveval Ijoals pal's and reoals be 
twttn the Survcillante, and an armed Schooncrlaying 
ill the Cr.racol PafTage, I made the Signal for the 
Launches armed to alTemble on hoard the Blanche, 
and ordered Captain Mudgc to proceed with them 
oil" the Entrance of that Paffagt'lo intrrcept her, 
(lionld (Ire attempt to. come out. I dlietitd ihe 
L;iunclics to be under the Command of Lieutenant 
Pilch of the Beirtrophun, and at Two A. M. fhe 
was very jcidlcl'iufly boiirdcd and taken "by the 
Launches of theUellerophon and Elephant, without 
the Lofs of a Man killed or wounded, though for 
a fliort Time under a very fman Fire from the 
Enemy's jjjreat Guns and fmall Arms; (he proves to 
be the French National Schooner L.a Decorivevt, 
commanded by MoiiGeur Frojan, Enfign de Vaif- 
leau; fhe had mounted SiX Si.^Ponnilers, and Six 
'Ural's Swivel!-, and Fifty-two Men; the Eix'my had 
two Meu wounded. The Officer eommandinjj the 
Defrrce's Launch being anxious to fecurc the J'al- 
fagc, got fo far to the Eallward of the Entrance as 
.■:ot to obferve the Motions of the olher Boats,, (hat 
he lUnfortunatelv could not join them, or get iitar 
the SchoouLT tdl Dayl;^,la, cr I am fen'fibk'froaii 



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the Chara£lcr lie bears, would have lu'en as vigilant 
as the other Boats. 

I have the Honor to be, S c. 

(Signed) JOHN 1.0 RING. 
Sir J. T. Duckworth. 

Bellerophon, njf Fortuda, 
SIR, November 30, 1 803. 

I HAVE to inform you of the Surrender of Cape 
Frangois to the General Deflalines on the iSth 
Inftant, when lie attacked it at the Head of the 
Army, and agreed with tlie General in Chief Ro- 
chambeau for Ten Days to complete the Evacua- 
tion. 

Not having received a fecond Propofition from 
Rochambeau during the Snfpenfion of Hoftilities 
between the Two Parties, I endeavoured if polTible 
to learn tlieDifpofition of Deflalines, feeing his Flag 
difplayed on the Forts, as to the Ships of War and 
other Veflels in the Harbour, and you will fee by 
his Letter to me of the 27th, which I herewith tranf- 
mit, as well as a Copy of mine to him, the indefinite 
Mode of Expreffion he makes Ule of. I therefore 
fent Captain Bligh to explain with him. 

On his Arrival in the Cape he met, on the Part of 
Rochambeau, a ilrong Defirc to agree for the Surren- 
der of the Ships and Veffels, which, from his Decla- 
ration to deftroy them, I had no Reafon to expecfl. 
The Articles of Agreement which was entered into 
I herewith inclofe, and hope it will meet your Ap- 
probation. Captain Bligh immediately madt known 
to Deflidlnes the Surrender of the Frigates and Mer- 
chant Veffels to His Britannic Majefty, and requeu- 
ed he would give Oiders to prevent firing on them, 
■which till then was his Intention ; and, after fome 
Hefitatlon, General Deflalines reluctantly comjilied. 
This Morning the Surveillante, Cerf Brig, an Hof- 
pltal Ship, and Three or Four Neutral Schooners, 
came out ; the Whole were under Weigh in the 
I^arbour, but owing to the fudden Change of Wind 
they were prevented from proctedin!'. I am forrv 
to fay, the Clorinde is on Shore under Fort Saint 
Jofeph, and I fear will be totally loll. I have taken 
Foflfeflion of the Veffels that are out, and left Captain 
Bligh with Hercule, Dcfiree, and Pique, to com- 
plete the Evacuation of the Cape and MunteChrifte, 
When the Elephant joins with the Vertu and Mer- 
chant Veflels 1 left in the Cape, I (hall proeecd with 
her and Prizes to Port Royal, leaviiig the Tartar to 
blockade the Mole. 

I have, &c. JOHN LORING. 

SIR, _ Hh Majefiy's Ship Bellerophon. 

NOT having had the Honor to receive your 
Anfwcr to my Letter of Yeflerday, J beg to 
reprefent, that from the Tenor of your's of the 22d, 
I did hope to fee your Flag flying this Morning at 
Fort Picolet. 

As I have full confidence you will not rcfcind the 
Agreement with General Rochambeau, who intends, 
ifpoflible, to have more time granted him to cfcape, 
and that you will have Pofi'cflion of the Town, and 
its Forts> this Afternoon. 

1 fliall then be much obliged if you will fend me 
fome experienced Pilots, to conuurt a Part of mv 
Squadron into the Harbour, to take PofTcfTion of the 
Shipping. I have the Honor to be, fto. 

(Signed^ JOHN LORING. 
General Dejj'alines. 

JSO. 15672. B 



LiBERTE OW LA MORT. 

Au ^artier General le 6 Frimairr, An 12. 
I^e General en Chef dc I'Arfncc Indigene a Mon- 
fieur Loring, commandaot les Force* Navales At 
S. M. B. devant le Cap. 
Monsieur, 

JE vous accufe recette de la Lettre que j'ai eu 
I'Honneur de recevoir ; vous pouvez vous con- 
vaincre que mes Difpofitions pour vous et centre le 
General Rochambeau font invariable. 

L'entrerai dans la Place du Cap demain Matin a 
la Tete de mon Arraee. Je ne puis, Monfieur, 
quoi qu'avec Regret, vous envoyer les Pilotes que 
vous demandez : Je prefume que vous n'en aurez 
pas befoin, car je forcerai les Batimcns Fran^ais "a 
fortir de la Rade, et vous en agirez avec cux comme 
vous le jugerez convenable. 

J'ai I'Honneur d'etre, &c. 

(Signe) DESSALINES. 

John Bligh, Ecuyer, Capitaine du Vaifleau de 
Sa Majefte Britannique le Thefeus, muni des 
Pouvoirs de John Loring, Ecuyer, les plu« 
ancien Officier de I'Efcadre de Sa Ivlajelle Bri- 
tannique, croifant devant le Cap, d'une Part, 
et Jaques Boye, General de Brigade, Chef de 
I'Etat Major de I'Armee Franjoife, et Henry 
Barre, Capitaine de Vaifleau, commandant le» 
Forces Navales a St. Domingue, fuffifammetst 
autorifc's par le General en Chef Rochambeaiii 
Capitaine General de la Colon ie de I'autie Part, 
font convenus, dcs Articles fuivants: 

I. Les Batimens Frangais de I'Etat et de Com- 
merce, qui fe trouvent aducUement mouillesen cettc„ 
Rade, feront rendus aux Anglais. 

Accoi'de. 

II. La Garnifon du Cap embarquee abord det' 
dits Batimens, ainfi que les Equipages feront Fri- 
lonniers de Guerre, et feront renvoyces en Europe 
lur Parole aufli promptement que pofiible, afin qu'il 
puiffe etre procedc a leurs Exchange fans Delai. 

Accorde. 

III. Tous les Offieiers Genenux et particullert 
de Tene et de Mer, font compris dana l' Article 
precedent, et confervciont leurs Armes. 

Accorde. 

IV. Les Malades embarques dans les Tranfports 
feront renvoycs diredement en France, et les An- 
glais s'engagent a leur fnurnir les Secours necef- 
faires a ceE Effet foit en Vivres, Medicamens, &;c. 

Les Equipages de la Nouvclle Sophie, et de la. 
Juftice etant infufnfants pour conduire les Batimens 
en France, il fera pris fur les autres Batimens Fran- 
pis, le Nombre de Matelots neceflaire a cet Effet; 
il fera fourni a ces Deux Tranfports par I'Efcadre de 
Sa Majeflc Britannique, les Provifions convenables 
pour la Traveifce et Its Medicamens dont elle pourra 
difpofer. 

V. Les Proprietes Tndividuelles feront rigoureufe- 
ment refpedees : Les Papieis appivteiians a I'Armee 
feront remis au Chef de I'Etat Major- General. 

Accorde. 

VI. Les Batimens Americains, Efpagnols, et 
Danois, fur lefquels font embarques les Habitan* 
du Capjqui ont voulus fuivre rArmce, et qui font 
par confequent tartie de rEvacuatiu« auront la Fa- 



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ciiltc de fe rendre a k-ur Dcttination fans etre in- 
quit tcs. 

Acoordc ; poiirvii qu'il fait refoiinu ct prouvo 
que Its Balimrns nppaitiinneiit aux Natli/iis dcnom- 
inces dans I'Arricle : Us ftioiit en confequcnce 
foninis li unc Vilitc. 

VII. Lcs Fitgatcs fortiront fous Pavilion Franr. 
^aisci dcchaigerunt avanl d'amener. 

Accordc. 

VIII. Lcs Domeftiques des Officicrs fcront con- 
fidcies commf tenant a I'Armce.ct mil Individu cm- 
barque volontairement ])Ourfuivre r.\rmte iic poiirra 
Ctrc debarquc fur k- Tcrritoire de Saint Domingue. 

Accord*;. 

Fait douhle entre nous abord de la Fregate La 
Surveili.inte, cii Rade du Cap, Ic 7 Frimaire, 
an 1 2 dt: la Rtpublique Frangaifc, ct le 30 No- 
vembie 1803. 

Bellirophon, ttff Cape Nicola Mole, 
SIR, Diccmber 2, 1R03. 

FROM General Rochambcau's extraordinary 
Conduct on the public Service, neither Captain 
Bligh or myfclf liavc had any Thine; to fay to him 
furl Iter than complying with his Wiflie^ in allowing 
him to remain on board the Surveillante, until her 
Arrival at Ji^maica, which T verj' readily agreed to, 
asalfo the Commodore-. I have General Boye, with 
about J' wenty-two Officers, and One Hundred and 
^.■!ne^y Suldiers and Sailors on board the Bcllc- 
lophon, ?ud SJKiy more on board the Herculc that 
Were taken out of the Sinveillante; the Blanche has 
on board all the Crew of the Cerf. 

1 iud began this Letter Yeltetday to have dif- 
patclitd tlie Blanche early this Morning, but on 
feeing the Dclircc coming down witli Six Sail, 
waited until fhe joined, and am happy to inform 
you, that, through the Exertions of Lieutenant 
AVilloughhy. the Clarinde is afloat again \rith tlie 
Lofs of her Rudder, and Captain Bligh is pie|)aring 
a tcmpoiary one to bring her down ; the Vertu and 
other Ships are out, and I am in hourly Expedthtion 
of feeing them wlih the Elephant. 

I have ftiit Captain Rofs into the Mole to fum- 
tnon that (iarrifon 10 furrender, ami (hall dilpateh 
the Blanche immediately I have General Noaillc'i 
Arf'vcr. 

Half-pnjl Four. 

Captain Rofs has this Inftant returned with the 
tnclofid Aufwer, and I difpatch the Blanche in 
confequcnce, and fhall follow foon after. The Ele- 
phant, Vertu, and Ten Sail of vaijous Defcriptions 
oi VeflUsire nowjoiiiing. 

I have the Honor to be, &c. 

JOHN LORlNG. 
Rear-Mm'iral Sir J. T Ducituorlh, K. B. 
Ctinmaiider in (.h,<J\ (jfc. (Sc. isfc. 

S 1 R. S/jirJi, Port Royal, 20th DfC. ifo^. 

FEELING that the Lord". Con.ininioneri of the 
Adn.iralty would wifh to Lt acquainted with the 
Ariicleb of Capitulation, between the Generals Ro- 
fhambcau and Ded dines, for the Surrender of the 
Cape, and having jult obtained a Cop) tStreof, I 
licrewit.i tranfmit the fame for their Loidlhips' In- 
formatum. I am, £cc. 

(Signed) J. T DUCKWORTH. 

Sir Evan Ntpean, Bart. 'dc. Uc, i^c. 



ArMFFS FrAN^AISE fT iKDIGrnE. 

yltijhurdhui, VingI fept Brumatre, All Dottite, 
et le Dixneuf Novembrc MiUe huit cent 
trois. 
L'Ajutant Commandant Duveyfier, Charge dcs 
I'ouvoiis du Gcneial en Chef Rochambeau, 
Commandant I'Aimce Fran^aife, pour traiter 
de la Raddition de la Ville du Cap, ct moi 
Jean Jacques Deflalines, General en Chef de 
r.\rmce Indigene, fommes convenus des Ar- 
ticles luivans, f5avoir. 

I. La Villc du Cap et lcs Forts qui en dependent 
feront remis dans Six Jouis, a dater du Vingt-huit 
pielcnt, au General en Chef Deflahnes. 

II. Les Munitions de Guerre qui fe troHvent dans 
k's Arfenaux, les Amies, et rAriilleric qui font 
dans la Place, et dans les Foits, feront lailfees dans 
I'Etat oij elles iont prefentement. 

III. Tons Vaideaux de Guirro. ou autre.i qui 
feront jnges ncci.naires par le General Rochambeau, 
tant pour le Tranfjiort des Troupes et des Habitans 
que pour I'Evacnaiion, feront libresde forlir au Jour 
nomme. 

IV. Les Officiers Militaires et Civile, lcs Troupes 
compofant la (.'arnifon du Cap, forliront avec kg 
Honneurs de la Guerre, emportant leur<i Armes et 
lcs Effets appartenans a lenr Demi Brigade. 

V. Les Malades ct Blcfl"es liors d'Etat d'etre 
tranfportts feront traites dans les Hopitaux julqu' ii 
leur Gucrifon, ils font fpccialement recomniandes a 
I'Humanitc du General Dtlfalines, qui ks embarqucra 
pour France fur des Batimens Neutres. 

VI. Le General Dcdalines eu donnant I'AITnr- 
ance de fa Protection aux Habitans qui rcllcront dans 
ie Pays, reclame de la Jiiilice du Gei.Oral Rocham- 
beau la nn'fe en Liberie di;i Hommcs du Pays 
quclque foit leur Couleur, kiquels ne pourront foua 
qnelque Prctexte que ce fcit utre < contraints a 
sVmhaiqner avec I'Ainice Franijaile. 

VII. Les Troupes des Deux Armces reftcront 
dans leur Pofitions refpediives jufqu'au dixieme Jour 
llxc pour I'Evaonation du Cap. 

Vlli. Le General Rochambeau envcrra, pour 
Siirete des preientes Conventions, I'Ajutanl Com- 
mandant Urbain de Vaux, en Echaiige duquel le 
General en Chef Deflalines remettra un Officier du 
incme Grade. 

Fait double et de bonne Foi au Quartier Gcncial 

du Haut du Cap,ks diis Jour, Mois et An prccites. 

(Signe) DESSALINES. 

DUVEYRIER. 

S I R, Uarl, Port Royal, Dec. 23, 1803. 

ACCOMPANYING this you will receive, for 
the Infonnation of the Lords Commiffioners 
of the Admiralty, an Account of V'elfels captured, 
and dcilroyed by His Majelly's Sqiiadion under my 
Ccmniand, fmce the Return made in Novcnibcp 
l.al. lam, &c. J.T.DUCKWORTH. 

Sir Evan Nipemi, Dart. l^c. i^c. i^c. 

A I.ijl of Sh':pi and Vijftli eaplureJ, dflaiimi, and tie- 
Jlrnyed by His Alnjcjly's Squadron employed at "fa- 

maica, ike Bahama Jjlunds, isfc. life, under the Or' 

dcrt of Sir J. T. Duckworth, K. B. Commander 

in Chi:f, ^dc. l^c. Js'f. 
American Schooner Independence: Captured by 

the Vanguard, Capt. Walker, November 16, 1 S03., 

— Alex. Grant, Agent. 



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French Sloop Soplu's, of Eight Men : Captured by 
the Revoliitioiiaairo, Capt. Lock, October i6, 
1803.— Bogle and Jopp, Agents. 

French Schooner Ceres, of Seventy-fix Men : Cap- 
tured by Ditto, December 1, 180^, fiinic Agents 

American Brig Tartar, of Six Men : Recaptured 
by Ditto, December 3, 180^, fame Af.^ents. 

French Schixjner Marian, in Ballall : Cajitnred by 
Ditto, Dtctmber 1, tSa^. — B. Waterhoiife and 
Co. Agents 

French Felucco Le Republic, Andre Philipi, Maf- 
ter, of 17 Men and 14 Tons, fiom tl.e Mule 
bound to Barofco, hden with Trunks and Bag- 
fjagc : Captured by the Pique and Cninlnriand, 
December 6, 1803, having on board tlie Garrifon 
of Ca[)c Nicola Mole, which had evacuated in the 
Niglit, General Noaillcs, with one Brig, efcapcd. 
— B. Waterhoufe and Co. Agents. 

French Felucco Le Temeraire, Richard, Mafter, of 
20 Men and 10 Tons, from tile Mole bound to 
Baioico, laden wiih Ditto : Captured by Ditto, 
fame Date, having on board the Garrifon of Cape 
Nicola Mole, &c. iame Agents. 

French Schooner La Belle Louife, Le Blanc, Maf- 
ter, of 2CO Men and 35 Tons, from the Mole 
bound to Barofco, laden with Ditto : Captured 
by Ditto, fame Date, having on board the Gar- 
rifon of Cape Nichola Mole. &c. fame Agents. 

American Sloop Aftive, of Fotty Tons, from the 
Mole bound to Barofco, laden with Ditto ; Cap- 
tiirtd by Ditto, fame Date, having on board the 
Garrifon of Cape Nicola Mole, &c. fame Agents 

American Schooner Sally Warner, of Fifty '^I'ons, 
from the Mole bound to Barofco, laden with 
I)itto : Captured by Ditto, fame Date, having 
on board the Garrifon of Cape Nicola Mole, &c. 
fame Agents. 

Flench Frigate Survcillante, of Forty Guns, Coni- 
niodi'.re Barri, from Cape Frjn^oife to Port 
■Royal: Surrendered by Capitulation at Cape 
Fran^oife, November 30, 180^, to the Bellero- 
phon and Squadron, hiiving the General in Chief, 
Rochambeau, and Suite on board. — B. Water- 
houfe and Co. Agents 

French Frigate Clorinde, of Forty Guns, from 
Cape Fra^goife to Port Royal : Surrendered by 
Cap tulatiun to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame- 
Agents. 

Fi ench Frigate Vcrtu, of Forty Guns, from Cape 
Fran9nile to Poj t Royal : Surrendered by Capi- 
tulation to Ditto, fame Date, and the iame 
Agents. 

French Brig Ccrf, of Twelve Guns, from Cape 
Fran9i)ife to Port Royal : Surrendered by Capi- 
tulation to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame 
Agents. 

F'rench Schooner De Cauvert, of Six Guns, from 
Cape Frauijoife to PoitRoynl: Surrendered by 
Capitulation, f.ime Date, and the fame Agents. 

French Ho.^'pital Sliip Nouvelle Sophie, from Cape 
Frangoife to Port Royal: Surrendered by Capl 
tulation to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame 
Agents. 

French Hofpital Ship Juftiin', from Cape Fran^oife 
to Port Royal : Surrendered by Capitulation to 
Difoo, fame Dait, and the fame Agent-,. 

Frenc'li Ship Endymlon, from Cape Franro'fe to 
Port Royal, laden with Nails, SiC. : Sune\idered 
by Capitulation at Cape Frarjoile, November 3',, 



1S03, to the Bellerophon and Squadron. — B. 
Waterhoufe and Co. Agents.. 

French Ship La Cafar, from Cape Franijoife to 
Port Royal, in Ballad : Surrendered by Capitu- 
lation to Ditto, fame Date, and the f;ii;ie Ageiilt- 

French Ship L'Augufta, from Cape Fiancoifc to 
Port Royal, in Ballaft : Surrendered by Capitula- 
tion to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

Fienth Ship La Louife Cherie, from Cape Fran» 
9oife to Port Royal, laden with I'art outward 
Cargo ; Surrendered by Capitulation to Ditto, 
fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

Fi'ench Ship Le Jafon, from Cape Fran^oife to 
Port Royal : Surrendered by Capitulation to 
Ditto, fame Date, aird the fame Agents. 

French Ship Lc Bonnvallere, from Cape Fran^oif? 
to Port Royal : Surrendered by Capitulation to 
Ditto, fame Date, and the fame Agents. 

Fi'ench Ship Le Jtrtniie, from Cape Franccife t« 
Port Royal, laden with part Cargo : Surrendered 
by Capitulation to Ditto, fame Date, and the 
fame Agents. 

French Ship Havre de Grace, from Cape Frangoife 
to Port Royal, in Ballaft: Surrendered by Capi- 
tulation to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame 
Agents. 

French Brrg Necefiaire, from Cape Frangoife ta 
Port Royal, laden with Nails arrd Tiles ; S'itren- 
dered by Caprtiilatiorr to Ditto, fame Date, and 
the fame Agents. 

Fr'ench Brig La Union, from C.ipe Fran<;oife t*^ 
Port Royal, in Ballall: Surrcndeitd by Capitu- 
lation to Ditto, fame Date, and the fame .\gciits. 

French Brig Nicholxs Dcbarv, fr'oin Capt Fla!^^'lif-■• 
to Port Royal, iir B.illalli; Suircndcri.d by Cifi 
tulation to Ditto, fame Date, and the fa.iic 
Ag«nts. 

Frerrch Schooner La Marin, from Cape Fiaripoifc 
to Port Royal, laden with Sinidrics ; Sirrretidtred 
by Capitulatroir to Ditto, fame Date, si-.d the 
fame Agents. 

French Schoorrcr (Name unknown^, from Cajp<; 
Fran^oife to Port Royal; Surrei.dcicd by dpi- 
tirlation to Ditto, fame- Dat<., and the fame 
Agents. 

Arrreiican Ship Sifters, from Cape Fiajicoife to Port 
Royal, in Ballaft, with Troops and PalTengerb oa 
board : Surrendered by Capitulation to Di-.-), 
fame Date and the fame Agents. 

American Ship Eugene, from Cape Frangoife to 
Port Royal, in Ballad, wiih Tr'oops and PafTeA- 
gers on board : Sur.eiidered by Capitulatiou to 
Ditto, fairre Date and the fame Ageni.'i. 

Ameiican Ship Theftiald, from Cape Francoife tf> 
Port Royal, in Ballaft, with Tr'oops and PalTerr- 
gets on hoar-d': Surrerrdei-cd by Capitulation to 
Ditto, fame Date and the fame Agents. 

Americair Brig Adventtirei, from Cape Francoife to 
Port Royal, in Ballall, with Troop.-; and Pafien- 
gers on boa'-d : S'lnerrdevcd by Cspiiulation to 
Ditto, fame Date and the fame .Ageiits, 

Ai.merican Schoorrcr Hiram, from Cape Francoffe to ' 
, Port Royal, laden with Sugar", CijfTtc, arid Cot- 
ton : Surrcndc-red by Capiti'dation to Ditto, fame 
Date, and the fame Agerrts. ., . .'.[ t f '' 

Danllh Brig Diana, from Cape '■'Fi-arijoire io Tok 
Royal, in Ballaftj with PafTeriger's on board: 
Surrendered by CapitulaJtJ:i to Ditto,, fame Date 
and the faiiieA'gtht^'. 



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Danirti Schooner Betfey, 
Port Royal, in Ballail, 
Surrendered by Capitu 
to the BtUerophon and 
1803. — B. Wutcrhoufe 

N. B. There has been 
Thirty Sail of frtiall Craft 
Cape Franjoife, Monte 
&c. Sec. 



from Cape Fran^oife to 
widi Paflengcrs on board : 
ilation at Cape Fran^oife, 
Squadron, November 30, 
and Co. Agtnts. 
J.T. DUCKWORTH, 
dcftroyed fince lad Return 
of various Defcriptions off 
Chritlc, and the Mole, 



Dotvn'ing- Street, February 7, 1 804. ' 

EXTRACT of a Difpatch from Governor the 
Honorable Frederick North, to the Right Ho 
norable Lord Hobart, One of His Majefty's Princi- 
pal Secretaries of State, dated Columbo, 8th July 
1803. 

I INCLOSE to you the Depofuion of a Perfon, 
llating himfelf to be an Eye Witnefs of one of 
the mod atrocious A.'Ss of Perfidy and Cruelty tvcr 
committed. 

Every Particular of the Narration may not be 
true, but it appears that Candi was attacked In the 
Midll of a Truce, by the fird Adigaar, on the 23d 
(or I rather believe on the 24tli) Ultimo; that Mii- 
jor Davie, commanding tiie Gariifon there, c«pltulated 
on the following Day, and that after he left the Fort 
all tiie Englifh Soldiers wl:o accompanied him were 
"♦tacheroutly murdered in cold Blood. 

I cannot believe that Major Davie would have 
eonfentcd to evacuate, on any Terms lefs favourable 
than thofc Hated in theDepolition, viz. of being al- 
lowed to proceed with Arms and Ammunition, and 
without Moledallon, to Trincoraalee, and that Care 
fliould be jakcn of tl e Sick whom he left behind : 
For the Fort was rerdcred, in the Opinion of moll 
military Men, tenable agairiH any Force that was 
likely to be brought againft it, and large Supplies of 
Provlfions had been fent thither, in Addition to thofe 
which Lieutenant Colonel Barbut declared to be fiif- 
licient for Six Months' Conkunption, Two Months 
ago. 

Lieutenant Hufskiflbn was alfo on the Road from 
Trincomalce (as Major Davie mud have kno«n) 
with a Hundred Doolies, under an Efcort of One 
Hundred and Fifty Malays ; and when I heard of the 
Breach of the Truce, I ordered Lientti)ant Colonel 
Hunter to proceed from Trincomalce with Two 
Hundred ot His Majedy's 19th Regiment, and 
Fifty Malays, to fecure the Evacuation which (had 
it been delayed fur a Fortnight) would have been 
fafely cffeflcd. 

But what I can ftill lefs account for, is, that 
Major Davie, having obtained fuch Terms, fliould 
have eonfentcd to lay down his Arms, when he nnill 
liave felt that the Peifon who infided on fuch an 
Infraftion of Agreement, could have no other De- 
fign but that of murdering him and his Men, and 
\vhen he mud, in common with all the Army, have 
known that a Corps of Forty Europeans in good 
Health, ai^d of Two hundred Malays, might cut 
their Way through any Army of Caodians to any 
Part of the Ifland. 

Indeed Captain Mudgc, late Commandant of 
Fort Macdowali, brought off his Men in Circura- 
flancei ot a.? great DlfSculty ; and a fmall Detach- 
mcni ol Twenty-two invalid Malays, Fouucea Con- 



valefccnts of the 19th Regiment from Canii, and 
Sixty Seapoys under Lieutenant Nixon, Enfign 
Grant, and Enfign SmcUie, defended thtmfelves in 
a miferable little Fort of Fafcines at Dembadenia, 
for more than a Week, agalnd an immenfe Multi- 
tude coUedtd byj the lecond Adigaar, after they 
had expended their Ammunition, till they were re- 
lieved by a Detachment of Fifty Europeans and as 
many Seapoys, whom I fent under the Command 
of Captain Blackall of the yiR to bring them down, 
in which he has fuccecded without I.,ofs. 

Under the OppreHiou of fo dreadful a Misfottune, 
it is fatisfaftory to me to date, that an Opinion form- 
ed of a Spirit of Defeftlon in His Mrijcdy's Malay 
Regiment is perfeclly unfounded, fome Individuals 
of that Corps had indeed deferted from Candi ; but 
the great Majority, including all Officers of Influence 
and RefpeiSahility, were Itaunch to the End. Thofe 
who, after the Englidi were feparated from them, 
were forced into the Candian Service, are certainly 
not blameable, and of thofe. Five have already 
cfcapcd and arrived here, who fay that all the others 
are ready to follow their Example. 

The Princes of that Nation, who are fettled at 
Columbo, waited on me, as foon as the melancholy 
Intelligence arrived, to adurc [me of their Regret, 
and Indignation at hearing that any Malays had 
defertcd, and of their invariable Attachment to the 
Britllh Governinent. 

Depofit'wn of the Lajcoryn arrived from Kand'i. 

M1LIHAN.1GE Joannes, of the Reformed R?^ 
llglon, being duly fworn, depofeth. That the 6th 
of lad Month, he was fent, along with Twelve other 
Lafcoryns, by the Town-Major to Kandi ; that he 
palTed at Negumbo, where Doolies were put under 
their Charge, and that he arrived at Kandi, after a 
Route of about Twelve Days, and that the Laf- 
coryns delivered up the Doolies and other Stores 
which were under their Charge, to the Englirti Gen- 
tlemen. 

After remaining there Three Days, they were or- 
dered to return to Columbo with Twelve Doolies, 
in Eleven of which were fick Europeans, and one 
which contained Baggage. 

Thefe Doolies, with Twelve European Soldiers, 
as an Efcort, paffed the River, and Uopped upon 
the oppofite Side ; that the fame Day he heai^ 
Firing at Candy ; that a great many Coolies, upon 
hearing the firing, attempted to pafs the River,' but 
were Hopped by a Malay Sentry. 

Several Candians approacTied the Place where the 
Doolies and the Sick were, and fired upon them, 
which was returned by the Europeans and Twelve 
Malays who were pofted there. They fired till their 
Ammunition was expenJid, when the Malays jumped 
into tlie River, and the European OfHcer who com- 
manded the Dctachm-Mit did the fame. He does 
not know what became of all the European Soldiers, 
ol whom he only favv Three crois the River, and 
one killed by the Candians. That the Lafctirs, who 
ferved the Cannon at i'«at Poft, threw the Cannon 
into the River, and padej to Candi, and that he fol- 
lowed their Example and efcaped to Candi ; that 
he docs not know what became of the Sick who 
were in the Doolies. 

He went firft to the Mandore, where he had beea 
before, but finding many Candians there, he got into 
the Palace, ;.nd icmained in the Court where the 



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'Malay Soldiers were. The Firing continued until 
Tavo o'clock, when a WhiEe Flag was hoifted from 
■ the Palace, and the Firing ccaftd. 

.That Major Davir, the Captain of Artillery, and 
an European Malay Officer who fpoke Malay, and 
Two or Three Malay Native Officers, went to the 
Adi^aar, and returned foon afterwards with an Ola 
firm the Adigaar, which he himlelf read, importing 
that ilie Whole might proceed to Trincomalce with- 
out vtctiving any Moleftation, and that the Sick 
fhould be taken Care of and have Medicine given to 
them until they were well, when they might either 
go to Cohmibo or llay at Kandi. 

ThcGarrifon fet out on Friday, with their Arms 
and Ammunition, at Five in the Evciu'ng to Aluii- 
gantotte, where they remained all Night, expofed to 
a very heavy Rain, he the Deponent being wiih them. 

Or. Saturday Islorniug Major Davie ordered a 
Raft to he made to pafs the River ; fcvcral Kariuians 
came and demanded Mootoo Sawmy, v/ho, they faid, 
was not at Kandi. They feizcd upon him and car- 
ried him off. Mootoo Sawmy gave his Sword to 
Major Davie. The Kandians told Major Davie that 
it was unncceffai-y to make Rafts, as next Day a 
Number of Doneys would be procured in which 
t'tiey might all pafs. 

Next Day however, Sunday, no Doneys came, 
and it was propofed to fendfonie Perfon acrofs the 
River to fallen a Cord, by which they might pafs : 
That he, the Deponent, fwam acrofs the River, and 
fallened a Cord to the other Side, after which he re- 
turned, but while he was doing fu a Kandiaii cut the 
Cord. 

Soon afterwards there came an Order from the 
Adigsarto Major Davie, to make his Men lay down 
their Arms, and return to Kandi, which, after fonic 
Time, they did ; that between. Kandi and Alhin- 
gantotte, there is a Village called Gevantette, where 
two Cannon were placed, and where the Malays 
were ordered to feparate from the Relt, and proceed 
to Kandi, which tlwy all did, except four Native 
OfBcers, who remained with Major Davie. 

Soon afterwards all the Prifoners were taken, two 
by two, and deliveied over to Kandiaris, who took 
them to a little Dillance and cut their Heads oft'; 
that they were likewife going to kill the Women, 
■faut this was put a ilop to by Order of the Adigaar. 
- Major Davie, and the Captain of Artillery, with 
the Four Malay Officers who had not followed their 
jCountiymen, were carried off, as he fuppofes, to the 
Adigaar. The Seapoys and Bengal l^afcars were not 
-put to death. A Malay Servant of Captain Nou- 
radin, whom he faw, told him that the Two Er.ghlh 
■OfHcers and the Four Malays were with the Adigaar. 

Upon Mo'iday he faw the Two Englifh Officer-;, 
apd was told they were to be carried to Hargaroon- 
Icetli, whtrc the King was. -In tlie Evening of that 
Day the Adigaar collected ah the Eft'eds which the 
EngiilTi had lett, and ordered the Cannon to be fired 
without Ball, as a Mark of rejoicing. 

That having heard afterwards tliat the Coolies, 
Lafcoryns, Sec. might return, he fet out on Friday 
Night, and came to Colunibo 'i'elterday Evening, 
-the 5th o! July. 

Taken down by me from the Interpretation of 
Mr. Jonvillc and the Mahamodliar, 
jCtlumbo, 6.h July 18C3. 

^(Signed) ROBERT ARBUTHNOT, 
Chief Secretary to Government. 



(A Triif Copy.) 
(Signed,) K.iCHARl> Plaski r, FIril Af- 
fillant to the Chief S.cretary 
to Government. 



Lnrd Chnmlsrlalr.'s Office, Fchuary 6, 1 804. 
NOTICE is hereby given, that-tliere v.-iU be a 
Drawing- Room at St. James's, on Thurfday nest 
the 9tii Inllant. 



War-OJJJce, FAruary 7, 1 804. 

9//; Regiment of Light Dragoons, Lieutenant Mathevr 
G. Blake, from the (ith Light Dragoons, to be 
Captain of a Troop, vice Armftroiig, deceafed. 

\yh Ditto, Lieutenant Br-ook Lawrence to be Cap. 
tain of a Troop, v/ithout Purchafe. 

Cornet James Lennox to be Lieutenant, vice Law- 
rence. 

Charles Farquhar Thoinpfoa, Gent, to be Cornet, 
vice I.,eniiux. * 

i8//j Ditto, Lieutenant George C'.aike Syinmonds tt» 
be Captain of a Troop, without Purchafe. 

231.' Ditto, Captain Jair.es Allen, from the 32d 
Foot, to be Captain of a Troop, vice Keating, 
who exchanges. 

Cohijlrtam Regsm:i:t of Foot Guards, Newton Diclc- 
enfon, Gent, to he Enlign, by Purchafe. 

3^/ Regiment of Foot, Captain Reginald Fowdeti, 
■from Half-Pay of the 35th Foot, to be Captain 
of a Company, vice Green, who exchanges. 

4.'/!i Ditto, F. Staveley. Gent, to be Enfign». by 
Purchafe, vice Jamiefon, preuioted. ^ 

6//' Ditto, Lieutenant Andrew Creane, from Half- 
Pay of the 56th Foot, to be Lieutenant, tIcc 
Jackfon, who exchanges. 

nth Ditto. 
To he Lieutenants, 

Lieutenant James Dunbar Toovey, from the 55th 
Foot, vice Hay, who r.etires on Kalf-Pay of the 
15 th Fo.1t. 

Lieutenant James Douglas Johnftone, from the 4tli 
Well India Regiment, vice Maxwell, promoted. 

Enfign H. W. Martyn, from the 39th Foot. 

z^d Ditto, Second Lieutenant John Graves to he 
Firft Lieutenant, without Purchafe, vice Scott, 
promoted in the 61 11 Foot. 

Robert Barclay AUardin, Gent, to be Second Licu- 
ten.Tnt, vice Graves. 

2<^th Ditto, Lieutenant Anthony J7rafer, from the 
55th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Langton Lang- 
ton, who exchanges. 

^zdDito, Captain George Keating, from lire 23d 
Light Dragoons, to be Captain of a Company, 
vice Allen, who exchanges. 

37M Ditto, John \'v"iiliams, Gent, to be Enfign, vice 
Ewen, dccealetl. 

39to Drito, John Tomer, Gent, to be Eofign, with- 
out Purchale, vice Martyn, promoted in tlie I ith 
Foot. 

42;/ Ditto, Enfign David Ogilvie to-be Lieutenant, 
without Purchafe, vice Sttiart Campbell,- pro- 
moted. 

Alexander Mackenzie, Cent, to be Enfign, without 
Purchafe, vice Hall, wiio refigns. 

46/A Ditto, Captain Archibald Campbell, from ths 
loth Battalion of Rcfcrve, to be Captain of a 
Company, vice Thornton, reroored to the jjd 
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54.'/i Rf^im.vit d/- Foe:, 'E^n!\gn Saumarez Brock, 
from Half-Pay of ihe ^^£h Foot, to be Enfign, 
vice Hughes, jiromotcd In tlie 64th Foot. 

55/A D'mo, Lieutenant Langton Langton, from the 
zgtJi Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Frafer, who 
.exchanges. 

Lreiitcnaiit Satapfon Carter, from Half-Pay of the 
' 1 5tli Fo'.t, to be Lieutenant, vice Toovev, re- 
moved to the nth foot. 

57/ii Dtlli, Eufign George Macgrc^-ror to be Lieu- 
tenant, without Furchafc, vice Mansfield, pro- 
'motcd in the lit iiatlalion of Rcferve. 

CoiIj Dillo, Erncft Albert Baron D'Ebcrllein to be 
Enfign, wi.hout Purchafc, vice Schiimmelkett!, 
■ promoted in tJir Cliarles Green's Regiment. 

Charles Thomas Carlkell, Gent, to be Enfign, with- 
out Pnrchafe, vjce Kyfh, promoted in Ditto. 

64J/} Dllto, Second Lieutenant the Honorable James 
. Stuart, from the 95th Foot, to be Lieutenant, 
by Purchale, vice 13 ufchci* promoted in the 60th 
Foot. 

Charles Brigges, Gent, to be Enfign, without Pur- 
chafe, vice Englirti, promoted in the 7lh Well 
India Regiment. 

James Wahab, Gent, to be Enfign, without Pur 
chafe; vice Bnrne, promoted in the 37th Foot. 

C6th Ditto, M;ijor George Peter to he Lieutenant- 
Colonel, by Purchale, vice Benfon, v.'ho retires. 

6Bt/} Ditto, Enfign James Boyd, from Half-Pay of 
the 3 2d Foot, to be Enfign, vice Wren, pro- 
moted in the- 1 Ith Foot. 

Jafces^U. M. Lcith, Gent, to be Enfign, without 
Pnrchafe, vice Gledllanes, promoted. 

S^th Ditto, Enlign George Macdonald to be Lieu- 
tenant, without Purchafe, vice Willbn, promoted 
in the loth Battalion of Referve. 

Quarter Mailer Stawell Andrews, from Half-Pay of 

• the Regiment, to be Ervlign, vice Macdonald. 

87/Zi Dillo, John Liddiard