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change was actually gazetted upon the Sa- ment-but I have found no such thing, such turday following. Mrs. Clarke in consequence officers being, in fact, kept on full pay, even received 2001. from the agent. This case on the home staff. This case of Major Shaw then serves to shew-first, that, in addition was indeed the only instance I could find of to promotions, exchanges also were at the such an officer being reduced to half-pay. The disposal of Mrs. Clarke; and secondly, that case of this officer, then, demonstrates, that the purse of the commander-in-chiet' was sa- Mrs. Clarke's influence extended to appointved by the supply which his mistress derived ments on the staff of the army, as well as to from such sources. The witnesses to this promotions and exchanges in the army itself; case are, Licutenant-Colonel Brooke, Lieute. Secondly, that the commander-in-chief punant-Colonel Knight, Mrs. Clarke, and Mr. nished an individual by reducing him from full Thynne.
to half.pay, for non-performance of a nefarious As a contrast to the preceding exchange, I contract with his mistress; and, thirdly, that shall take leave to state a case of peculiar hard- the commander-in-chief was a direct party to ship which ocurred within the year; two meri. all this shameful transaction. The witnesses toriaus officers, Major Macdonaid and Major to this case are, Mrs. Clarke, Mr. Shaw, unSinclair, both of the first regiment of infant. cle to Major Shaw, Mr. Coutts's clerk, and ry, and both indisposed, were anxious to make Mrs. Shaw. an exchange the one desiring, for the reco- I now come to the very novel case of Co. very of his health, to remainin England; while lonel French and his levy. This otlicer was, the other, from a similar motive, desired to go through the influence of Mrs. Clarke, appointo the West Indies. These gentlemen sought ted by the commander-in chief to conduct a their object by every honourable means. The levy in the years 1804-5. The colonel was inmost urgent requests, and the most respecta- troduced to Mrs. Clarke by Captain Huxley San. ble recommendations were made in their fa don, and the condition upon which he ob. vour, but in vain. No mistress was resorted tained his appointment was, that Mrs. Clarke to--no bribe of 2001. was offered~Major Mac- should have one guinea out of the bounty of donald was forced to go to the West Indies, every man raised, together with the sale or and fell immediately a victim to the climate; patronage of a certain number of the commisMajor Sinclair was forced to remain in England, sjons. The agreement being concluded, it was and survived but a few months. Thus was communicated to, and approved of, by the the country deprived of two highly deserving commander-in-chief. Colonel French was acofficers.
cordingly sent by Mrs. Clarke to the Horse The fourth case I have to adduce refers to Guards, and, after many interviews, the levy Major John Shaw, of Colonel Champagne's was set on foot. As the levy proceeeded, Mrs. Ceylon regiment. Major John Shaw was ap- Clarke received several sums of money from pointed deputy barrack master of the Cape of Colonel French,Captain Huxley Sandon, and a Good Hope, on the 31 of April, 1806, Mr. Corri. She also received 5001. from a through the influence of Mrs. Clarke. It was Mr. Cockayne, who is a well-known solicitor known that this officer by no means enjoyed in Lyon's-inn, and a friend of Captain Huxley the favour of the Duke of York that in fact Sandon. But, to return for a moment to Mr. his Royal Highness entertained some prejudi- Donovan, the garrison-battalion lieutenant, Fes against him. But these obstacles Mrs. This gentleman, who was such a prominent Clarke easily contrived to overcome ; for it agent in these transactions, was acquainted was agreed to pay Mrs. Clarke 10001. for the with an old officer, a Captain Tuck, whom he major's appointment. The appointment was very strongly recommended to seek promotion: therefore made, and the major himself paid and to encourage him by a display of the faci. Mrs. Clarke S001. Soon after, 2001. more lity with which it might be attained, he sent were sent to Mrs. Clarke by Major Shaw's ua- hima written scale of Mrs. Clarke's prices, for ele, through Coutts's bank, and the payment different commissions, which, in stating, I beg was made by one of Mr.Coutts's clerks. The leave to contrast with the regulated prices of remaining 5001. however, was not paid ; and when it was found not to be forthcoming, Mrs. Mrs. Clarke's Prices. Regulated Prices, Clarke was enraged, and threatened revenue, A Majority £900
£2600 She actually complained tothe commander-in
1500 chief of Mr. Shaw's breuch of contract, and the A Lieutenancy 400
550 consequence was, that the major was soon af. An Ensigncy 200
400 ter put on half pay: I am in possession of se- From this scale it appears, that the funds I verai letters which passed upon this subject, have before alluded io, lost, in an enormous from Major Slaw and Mrs Shaw, threatening ratio to the gain of Mrs. Clarke, ur any both the commander-in-chief and Mrs Clarke other individual acting upon the same system. with public exposure, &c. if their complaints Here I am to take leave of Mrs. Clarke. were not redressed, but in vain. In conse. Here the scene closes upon her military negoquence of this business, I have been induced to tiations : and in what follows, the com. examine the halt-pay list, in order to see whe- mander in chief alone is interested. It apther any şimilar reduction to that of Major pears that his Royal Highness required a loan Shaw had taken place in the barrack depart. of 50001, from Colonel French, and Mr.
Grant, of Barnard's-inn, promised to com- propriety, the necessity of grounding some ply with the request in procuring the money, proceeding upon such facts. The proceeding provided the commander in chief would use I propose wiil, I have no doubt, be acceded kis influence and obtain payment to Colonel
I am sure I have stated quite enough to French of a balance due to him by Govern- induce clie house to give what I ask-I could ment on account of the levy. This was pro- state more, if necessary. There is, indeed, mised; but the commander in chief failing to one thing to which I cannot omit alluding. fulil his part of the condition, the loan he The house must be astonished indeed at the required was not advanced, and 30001. still corruption of the times, when told, that remain due from government to Colonel there is at this moment a public office in the French. The case of this levy shews, first, City for the sale of commissions, at the saine that Mrs. Clarke, in addition 10 promotions reduced scale as that of Mrs. Clarke; and in the army, to exchanges and appointments thar the persons who manage chis office staon the staff, possessed the power of augment- ted in my presence, that they were the agents ing the military force of the country; secondly, of the present favourite mistress, Mrs. Carey. that in this case, as in all others, she was Indeed, these agents declared fur: her, that allowed to receive pecuniary consideration for they were also enabled to dispose of places the exercise of her influence; thirdly, that both in church and state, and that they did the cominander in chief endeavoured to derive not hesitate to say, that they were employed a pecuniary accommodation for himself, inde. by two of the first officers in the administrapendently of Mrs. Clarke's advantages. The tion. But these are points to which I may, witnesses in this case are Colonel French, on a future day, feel myself more enabled co Captain Huxley Sandon, Mrs. CI Mr. speak at large. The honourable member Corri, Mr. Grant, Captain Tuck, and Mr. concluded with moving for the appointment J. Donovan.
of a Commiriec to inquire into the conduct of The last case with which I shall at present the commander in chief, with regard to protrouble the house, is that of Captain Maliny. motions and exchanges in the army, &c. &c." This gentleman was appointed to an ensigncy Mis. CLARKE, one of tlie late mise in the 87th regiment, on the 28th of Nó- tresses of the Duke of York, las since vember, 180.5—to a lieutenancy in the same been examined many times at the bar regiment on the 26th of November, 1806– of the House of Commons, and her eviand toa captaincy in the Royal African Corps, dence, which has been clear and correct, under the command of the Duke of York's and corroborated by a variety of other eviown secretary, Colonel Gordon, on the 15th dence and written documents, has engaof September, 1808. I have every reason to believe Cap:ain Maling to be a very unexcep. undivided notice of the public, through
ged the labours of the bouse, and the tionable character, although I cannot help the months. The volume detailing these pronouncing the mode of his promotion as extremely exceptionable. But this promu- proceedings, will be one of the niost inte tion was effec:ed through the influence uf the teresting in the English language. It favourite agent, Mr. Glenwood, in whose cannot be expected that we can give office Mr. Maiing was a clerk, remaining at
even a faint outline of them, we shall his desk while advanced in the army by such however preserve certain letters of the an extraordinary course by a course which Duke of York, written duing the time, interfered with the interests, which super, and since the period of his residence with seded the rights of many meritorious cfficers, Mrs. Clarke. who had long served in the army-1.10 had fought and bled for their country. This Mr. Maling has also, I underatand, had, while so promoted, some appointment of paymester "To George Farqubar, to be left at ibe Post office, in Ireland. I would appeal to the candour
Worthing." of the house, to the common sense of any
Weymouth, August, 4, 1805. man or body of men, whether it be right, MY BELOVED." How can I sufficiently whether it be tolerable, that such an accu- express to my sweet darling life the delight mulation of favours should be conferred upon her pretty pretty letter gave me? Millions and any individual, without any claim of protes. millio s of thanks for thinking of me. My sional merit, but merely through the opera- heart is full of your sitection, and on it my tion of undue influence, while so many hun- whole happiness depends. I am quite hurt dreds of truly deserving men are slighted and my life did not go to Lewesraces.-'1'was kind overlooked?" I would ask, whether it be of her to think of me: but I trust she knows possible that our army can prosper-that its me too well not to be convinced that I could spirit can succeed, or its character be advan- not bear the idea of the great sacrifice which I ced, while such injustice is tolerated? But am too sensible she has made to me. Yes! my I will not dwell upon those points it is angel cannot expect to hear from me froin quite unnecessary.
The tacts I hare stated hence. There are few here that I know, ex. are such as must suggest such reflections to cept Lord Chesterfield's family. I went to the any man's mind. The house must feel the play last night: it went of better than the
OF THE EXHOUSE OF COM
AMINATION IN THE
night before. I have seen Dr. O'Meara, who To Mrs. Clarke, No. 9, Old Burlington street. wishes to preach before Royalty, and I must Without being informed of the amount of see what I can do for him. What a time it apo assistance you require, it is impossible to say pears since Iparted from my darling ! Believe how I can be of service to you." me ever your's, and your's alone. Dearest, Dearest, Dearest Love!" To Mrs. Clarke, 18, Gloucester-place, Portman.
Square. “ Sandgate, August 24th, 1805. “If I could see any advantage that could " How can I express my assurances to my be derived by your seeing me, I should have best beloved, for her dear delightful letter. no objection to our meeting; but as it would Every day but convinces me more and more be extrergely painful to us both, under the how i depend for happiness upon her affections. present circumstances, I must decline it." Oh! my angel, with what impatience do I long for the day after to-morrow, when I shall
To Mrs. Clarke, Southampton. have the unspeakable felicity of clasping you "It is totally out of my power to give in my arms. Clavering is mistaken, my dear- you the assistance you seem to expect." est, in thinking that there are ne w regiments Oct. 21, 1806. to be raised: they are only second battalions, and therefore there is no use in his applying. SINCE THE TERMINATION Ten thousand thanks for the handkerchiets you sent-ten thousand blessings on the hand that made them. The day before yesterday I “ To the Speaker of the House of Commons. inspected the coast from Dover to Folkstone,
" Horse Guards, Feb, 23, 1809. and had a view of the French camp. Yester- « SIR-I have waited with the greatest day I reviewed the 14th regiment of Dragoons anxiety until the committee appointed by (they were in the highest order), and six regi. the House of Commons to inquire into my ments of militia. To-morrow I set off for Bray- conduct, as Commander in Chief of his Maborne Lees--and then for the pleasure of see- jesty's army, had closed its examinations, and ing my Dearest Dearest Love !"
I now hope that it will not be deemed ima
proper to address this letter, through you, to Addressed to George Farquhar, esq. the House of Commons. "I have received your note, and Tonyn's
" I observe with the deepest concern, that, business remains as it was.
in the course of this inquiry, my name has (Signed) "FREDERICK," been coupled with transactions the most cri.
minal and disgraceful, and I must ever regret SINCE THE SEPARATION.
and lament, that a connection should ever " To George Farquhar.
have existed, which has thus exposed my “I do not know what you mean; I never character and honour to public animadversion. authorised any body to piague nor disturb you, « With respect to my alleged offences, and therefore you may be perfectly at your ease connected with the discharge of my official on my account.”
duties, I do, in the most solemn manner,
upon my honour, as a Prince, distinctly as" To Mrs. Clarke.
sert my innocence, not only by denying all “You must recollect, I had occasion, seven corrupt participation in any of the infamous months since, to employ my solicitor to make transactions which have appeared in evidence some inquiries relative to a subpæna, which I at the Bar of the House of Commons, or any seceived on your account; the result of that in- connivance at their existence, but also the quiry gave me no reason to refrain from the slightest knowledge or suspicion that they opinion I formed on that occasion. Nor did I existed at all. rashly judge of the circumstances of the case. “ My consciousness of innocence leads me I am resolved to abide by the resolutions I have confidently to hope, that the House of Corntaken, and cannot recede from them. An in
mons will not, upon such evidence as they terview would be painful to both of us, and of have heard, adope any proceeding prejudical no advantage to you. Imust, therefore decline to my honour and character ; but, if, on such it."
testimony as has been adduced against me, To Mrs. Clarke, Gloucester.place. the House of Commons can think my inno" I enter fully into your sentiments with cence questionable, I claim of their justice, respect to your children, whose interests, that I shall not be condemned without trial, you, of course, ought to consult. With re
or be deprived of the benefit and protection gard to the house at Weybridge, think you which is afforded to every British subject, by had better remove your furniture from the those sanctions under which alone evidence house, and employ the person you directed to is received in the ordinary administration of take the house to give it up again.”
the law, I am, Sir, yours,
ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced between the
20th of January and the 20th of February, extracted from the London Gazettes.
BANKRUPTCIES, ( The Solicitors' names are between Parentheses.) AL LLEN Daniel, Newgate street, moemaker. (fones
and Roche. Church yard, Covent gardes Allen William Chandos-ftreet, Thoemaker. (Pitches
and Sampfon, Swithin's lane Afplaus william, Kensington, cheefemunger. (Popking
Dean-freet, Soho, and Knighi, Kenhington Atkinson James, Cleveley Mill, Lancashire, miller and
corn dealer. (Parker. Lancaster, and Caton and
Brumell, Alder frate-ftreet Baumer George, Cambridge Heach, Middlesex, stock. broker.
(Aspinall, Quality-court, Chalicery lane Bentley Peter, College-hill, Thames street, Itune maron,
(l.uckett, Wilson-ftreet, Finsbury-fquare Billing John, Rave thorp, Northimpton, wonlcomber.
(Baucett, Long Ruckley. Northampton Boardınan Thomas, the younger, late of Manchester, but
HOW a prifoger in the cattle of Lancaster. liquor. merchant, (Foulkes and Crefwell, Mancheiter,
and Foulkes and Lungdill, Gray's Inn Brown John, Little East Cheap, cheeremonger. (Gre.
Rory, clement's Inn Brown William, Wormwood-ftreet, London Wall, victu.
aller. (Taylor, Craven ftreet Browne Elizabeth Liverpool, tea dealer, (Blackstock,
St. Mildied s court, Poultry, London, and Murrow,
Liverpool Browne Jofeph. Liverpool, merchant. (Griffith and
Hirde, Liverpool and Windle, John Atreet, Bedford.
row, London Carter John, Bishopsgate freet, merchant. (Palmer,
Tomlintiin, and Thompson, Copthall court, Thrug.
morton ftreet Castell hienry, Duke-Areet, Worship-square, filk manu. facturer.
Coote, Avain Friars Cheldren. George Dover, ladler. (Barnes, Clifford's
inn, and shipdom, Dover Choyce William, Chilver's Coton, Warwickshire, inn.
keeper and maltter. (Tebutt avd Shuttleworth, Gray's Inn fquare, and Cropper, Market Bofworth,
Leiceftershire Clay Ralph, Hackney, merchant. (Warrand, Caitle.
court, Budge-row Clark John Horn. St. James's-ftreet, milliner, (Cham
bers, Furnival's ion Congop Jofeph, and Coleman Levy Newton, Red Lion. ftreet, Spital Fields, dyers.
(Allifton, Freeman's. court, Cornbill Darby William, Hexton, Hertford, butcher. (Townsend,
Staple's inn Davenport Jofeph, and Johu Finney, Aldermanbury, mer:
chants. Warrand, Calic-court, Budge-row Davenport Thomas, Derby, linen draper. (Warrand,
CaAle court, Budge ruw Davies, Samuel and Peter Drayton in Hales, Salop,
bankers (Butterton, Market Drayton, Salop Davies David. Carmarthen, ironmonger. (James,
Gray's inn fyware, and Morgan and Livett, Brittol Davies Helter, 'Warminfter, Wilts, grocer. (Davies,
Warminster and Davies, Lothbury, London Davis George, Kingsland-road, cow keeper. (Taylor,
old-street Road Dean Jofeph, Birmingham, Warwick, japanner. (Kine
derley, Long, and Ince, Gray's iyn, and Beswick, Bir
mingham De Prado Josue, lime-freet, lead merchant. (Pearce
and Son, Swithin's-lane Dewar Andrew, St ood, Kent, millwright. (Gibbs, RO
chefter. and Aubrey, Took's court, Curfitor.ft, cet Lal wood Jonas and Junin, Saddlewareti, York, dyers.
(Ingham. Dobcross, Yorktuire, and Meredith and Rob
bins, New square, Lincoln's inn Ldmunds Elias, Monument Yard, wine-merchant, (Sarel,
Surry-ftreet, Straud Ele Stephen, Cannon-fttert Road, St. George, Middlesex,
maron. (Burt, Gould square, Crutched Friars Zmob Henry, Sunderland, Durham. (Blackiiton. Sy
mond's iun, London, and Thompfon, Lithopwear
mouth Etty bimeon, Oxford, wine-merchant, (Taunton, Ox
ford, Moore, Bowlane, Cheapride, London Euftace William, Littie Carter-lane, Doctors' Commons,
cabinet-maker. (Sweet, King's hench-walk, Temple Lvans Sarah. Wolverhampton, carpenter. (smart and
Thomas, Staple's ing Fairbridge w liani, Gough-square, Fleyg-freet, dealer
And chapman. (Brace, New Borwem-court Fisher Benjamin, Dudley, Worcester, wine and spirit.
merchant (Kinderley, Lons, and Ince, Gray's innig
and Smith and Arnold Birmingham Fox Richard, Rugby, Warwick, ferivener. (Kinderley,
Glover William and John, Poultry, haberdashers. (M2
fon, St. Michael's Church-yard, Cornhill Gorton Richard, Peirdleton Lancaster, cotton-rizer.
(Edge, Mancheter and Ellis, Curfitor- ftreet, London Grater Kohli, stoke Damarell, Devon feri ener, (Sau
ter, Chancery-lane, and Hurley, Gaddon, uear Culo
lumpton Devon, Greenwe!! John South Shields, Durham, butcher. (Bam
bridge, south shields, and Bell and Brodrick, Bow
lane. Cheapfide Hand Jofeph, Wormwood-street, London, warehousemaa,
(Marfon. Church.row, Newington Butts Heckford William, London-ftreet Ratcliff Crors, victualler.
(Lingard, Lower Chapman Road, st. George's Ealt Kethering on David, low Crosby Cumberland, drover.
( Bikett, Bond.court, Walbrook and Bond, Carlifle. Hickson Thomas, Leicefter-square, houtmaker. (Jones
and Roche, Covent-garden Church-yard Hoare Thomas, and Wiliam Allen, Waltham Lane, Herts.
calico-printers. (Bund, East India Chambers, Lez.
denhallitreet Hoare Thomas, Waltham Lane, Herts, victualler. (Bond'
East India Chambers, Leadenhall Itreet Hoare Thomas, Waltham Lane, Herts. vietu aller. (Bond,
£aft Iudia Chambers, Leadenhall street Horsfail William, Hampftead road, victualler, (Werne,
Ol1 Broad-street Howe Jaines, Walcot, Somerset, grocer. (Shephard and
Adlington, Bedford row, London, and Sheppard, Bath Hunter James, Whitehaven, Cumberland. mercer and
draper. (Adamson, Whitehaven, and Clennell,
Staple's inn, London Ireland John Rúmford, Burr ftreet, East Smithfield, and
Lower Thames Atreet, coal factor. (Mayhew, sy,
Inond's inn Jacob Michael, Berner Atreet, Commercial Road, dealer in
foreign fpirits. (Lyon, Somerset Atreet, ldgate James Jahn, Briftol, cooper. (Stephens, Bristol, and
Sweet, King's bench walk, Temple Jenkins Edmund, aath, vilt ualler. (Norton, Furnival's
inn, and Clarke, Bath Jenkins David, Llantrissent, Glamorga, linen draper
(am-s, Gray's inn Square, and Cooke, Bristol Johnson John, Clifton, Gioceiter. coach-maker.
(Big& Hatton Garden, London, and Bigg, Bristol Jones Jane, Dolyddbyrion. Carnarvon, tanier. (Ed.
munds, Exchequer office ot Pleas, Lincoln's inn, and
Williams, Carnarvon. Jones Williin, Reading, nurferyman (Saunders
Reading, and Holmes, Great Saines étreet, Bedford
row Knight Samuel, whitecross Atreet.cloth-factor and wonllen
draper. (Vizard, Lincoln's inn Lancaster Benjamin, Scarborough, rip-owner. (Barber,
Chancery lane Lewis Thomas, Zedminster, Somerset bacon.fator.
Frowd and Blandfurd, mitre-cuurt Buildings, Temple Lloyd Thomas Hughes, l'oultry, London, ang Walworth
Common, Surry, fate merchant. (Rippon, Bera
mondley freet, Southwark Machali Thomas, Crigglestua, York, butcher, (Battye.
Chances yiane, and Brooke, wakeneld Mackenzie Roderick, King's Arms Yard, London, mer
chant and factor. (Blunt and Bowman, Old Pay
Office, Broad street Mawfou Willians, Kendal, cot on (pinner, (Chambre,
Chapel treet, Bedford row, and Richardfun and Fall,
Kendal Merry Jonathan Hatfeld. Weft Smithfield, London, oil.
man. (Rusien, Crown court, Alderfgate ftreet Mial! Samuel Wapping brewe”. Couper aud Lowe,
Southampton Ruildings, Chaucery Lane Mobbs Sarah, Southampton, milliner. (Mason, St. Mi
chael's Church yaru, Cornhill Morris John, Greenwich, bundes and carpenter. (Al
lens, Clifford's inn, and tarker Greenwich Mortou Richard, Manchetter, dryfalter. (Johnson and
Bailey, Manchetti Murton Jofeph, Hull dealer and chapman. (Cottsworth,
Hull aud Exl y, and Stocker, Furni ai's inn, Loudon Parker Willian Riege, Hebden York, corton-twift fpin
per. (Scofield, Skipton York, and Swale a ud Herlis,
Great oi mond ftreet, or Staple inwig Lundon Payler Thomas, Greenwich, merchant, (Pearfun,
Temple Phillips joho Coates, Bank-house, Keighley, York, cotton
Spinnr. (tardacre, Colne, Lancashire, and Wi
glesworth, Gray's inn Powell Henry Johti, Uxbridge, builder and carpenter.
(Mills, Ely lace Proctor William, Great Ealing, Middlerex, dealer in hay
atid Araw (Gale and sun, Bedford Areet, Bedford Richards George, Cornbill, book feiler. (Bolton, Lane
Long and Ince, Gray's ini, and Palmer, Coleshill,
win. Lincoln and Spencer, Lamb's Conduit. Areet,
Trowbridge, and Debary, and Derby, Inner Temple,
and Sandy and Horton, Crane-couring sleet trees MONTHLY Mag. No. 182.
#ud Lane, Lawrence Pountney hill Ridde litorfer George Auguitu sio Whitechapel, haberdasher,
(Hurd, Temple. Row William, St. Peter's Quay, Northumberland, ship.
builder (Atkinton, Chancery lant, and Bainbridge,
(Heymutt, Burrow's buildings, Blackfriar's ro
court, Temple, Scot, Thomas, Thaniington Kent, victualler. (Elwyn, Canterbury, and Dyne, Ser. jeant's inn, Fleet Areet
Scott Thomas, the elder, Thomas S. the younger, and Dunn Joreph, and Charles Robinson, wood freet, London,
Dowson Scott. Carthorpe, York.grecers and merchanis, factors, Feb 28 (RIBB, North Allerton, and Lodington and Hall, Evans Charles, Nantwich, Chefter. Moemaker, Feb. 27 Temple
Farbridge Robert, Paragon Piace, Kent Ruad, timberSimpron williain, Sheffield, innkeeper. (Parker and merchant. March 25
Brown, Sheffield, and Blagrave and Walter, Symond's Farrington John, Bickerton, Chester, cheere-fatur,
Flanagan James, Liverpool, mariner, Feb. 20 Inith Joshua, Evetham, Worcester, innholder. (Bous. Foskan Robert, Salford, Mancheiter, cotron manufacturer, field, Reuverie ftreet, London
Gill Joseph, Brownhill, Glocefter clothier, April 7
and Prideaux, Bristol, and Bleasdale, Alexander, and Goodwin William, King's arms Stairs, and weltminster Holme, New In, London
bridie-road, turber merchant, Feli, z Symonds John Ramden, Oxford, horfe derler. (Alt- Greenwood John, and William Grimaldi, Old Bond street,
woud, Entham, oxon, and Edmunds, Exchequer uffice auctioneers, March 7 of Pleas, Lincoln's iun
Handley William, Beverley, York, currier. Feb. 28 Talbut Chritopher, Edgware Road. tailor. (Dawfon and Hart Henry, Great Coram (treet, Brnntwick square, broker,
Wratrisaw. Warwick ftreet, Golden Square Taylor Michael lohn Lathain, and Elijah Belcher Liver. Hartland Williain, the younger, Bristol. house carpenter,
pool, merchants. (Keighley or Orred, Liverpool, Feb.25 and Cooper and Lowe Chancery lane
Henry Henry, Liverpool, 'ailer, Feb. 27 Tomkins Sainuel Mather, Stanton St. John. Oxfordshire, Hilton William, and John Jackton. Oxford road, linen
dealer and chapman. ( Wald, Oxford, and Towns. drapers, Feb.is hend. Staple inn, London
Houlding Ralph, and Juhn Prehong Lancaster, dealer in Tucker John, and Richard Rothwell, Mancheiter. Cutton. liquors, Feb. 28
manutacturers. (Redheads, Manchreiter, and Milne, Howell Edward. Liverpool, cotton merchant. Feb. 21 and Parry, Temple. London
Hubbersty John Lodge, Linco'n's in, harrifter, March it Watson William. Tuthill itreet, Weftininder, linen draper. Humphreys Richard, Stamford, Lincoln, lineni draper,
(Hurd, Temple Watts William, Bridol, horier. (Bigs, Hatton Garden, Husey Charles, and Nicholas, Newgate ftreet, linen dra. London, Bigg and Burges. Brinol
pers, June 27 Webter John and Jaines, Wakefield, coriactors. (Evans, Isard williain, East Grinstead, Suflex, breeches maker, Hatton Garden and Beaver. Wakefield
March it Webiter Michel Witham, York, builder, ( Prickett, Joel Mores, High Atreet, Shoreditch, dozler in glass and Hull and atkins and Cowper, Lincoln's inn
earthenwait, Marchil Wilkinson Johu Henry, late of Bond court, Walbrook, Johnson Elijah, Bleeuing-hart-yard, Charles ftreet, Hatton
tactor.but now in the King's bench. (Brown, Pud. Garden. cabinet inaker, Jall. :8 ding lane
Kennion John, the elder, ant jishu K. the younger, Ni. Willis George, Bath cabiner-maker: (Edinunds, chola lane, brokers, Feb 28 Chancery lane, Miller and heppard, Bath
Kent Elizabeth, Bicester, Oxtira, diaper, Feb. 15
Aock, St. Mildred's court, Poultry, aud Wright and riik mencers. Feb 18
King Jofeph, Covent Garden, filk mercer, Feb. 18
butchers. (Cuates, Ripon, and Lodingtua and Hall, March 4 Secondaries Office, Temple
Lewis William, Bond ftrect, woollen draper, Feb. 25
Linley Francis, Holboro, mulic (eller, March 7
Longmire Margaret, Peurith, Cuinberland, milliner.
Feb. 14 Ainsworth Thomas, Blackburn, Lancaster, John Watson, Machan George, Huddersfield, York, grocer, March 25
John Watfon the younger. and Jofeph Watfon Pretort, Maclaurin Duncan, Watling ftreet, warehouteman, Feb. 21 Lancatter, cotton-manufacturers, Feb. 27.
Madeley George, Athted, Warwick, chi .a manufacturer, Altham Williain, Tokenhoufe yard, London, broker,
Feb. 13 March 7
Marr Rubert, Lancaler, merchant, March Ambler Jonina, Leeds, York. timber-merchant, Feb. 27 Maitin Spencer, Eatbourne, fiex, thupkeeper, Feb. 18 Atkins William Stune Staford murter, March
Masterman Thomas How, Bucklersbury, warehousemao. Alkinton George, Bishopw.eaiinouth, Durham, furgeon, Feb 16 March 2
Meyricke John Chahbert, Matthew Eyre, and Frederic Baines Johnl, Amford, Calop farmer March 6
Fulford, St. Paul's Church yard, warchoutenan, Bailartyne William, Savage gardens, Tower hill, merchant,
Feb. 14 Feb, 25
M'Keand, 'Peter and Jaines, M'Gauchin, Manchester, Barron Horatia, Manchester, dyer, March 7
merchants, March 16 Wiwien Thomas, Redruth, Cornwall, draper. Feb. 28 Morgan Bonn, £titield Highway, fariner, Feb. 28 Beecio: Henry Grundy, Gray's inn square, money fcrive Mylne George Jeffrey's fquare, merchant, Feh, 18 ner, Feb, 11
Nantes Henry. Waruforu court, Throghurton Areet, Bird Hawkins, Bristol, tea-dealer. March 25
merchant, Feb. 18 Bishop Mulliner, Robert and William, Cambridge, woullen. Newill john, and Sampfon Stoke, Stafford, carriers, drapers, May 2
March 11 Bland Jofeph, and John Salterthwaite, Fen court, London, Ogelvy. William, George Myine, and John Chalmers, brokers. Feb. 5
Jetirey's fyuare, merchant, Feb. 18 Bland Jofeph, Fell court, infurance broker, Feb. 25
Ogilvy Wiliam, and John Chalmers, Jeffrey's square, Buwers william, Cannon ftreet, comb-inaker, March 29
merchants, Feb. 18 Buwers Nathaniel Hard, Cannon-treet, cumb-maker, Ogilvy WWinm, Jeffrey's fouarc, merchant, Feb. 18 March 20
Ogilvy wiliun Fre eiic, Minories, drifgitt, May 27 Bowers Nathaniel Ward, and William B Cannon ítreet, Oldham Jofeph, Melton, Suffolk, draper, Feb. 16 comb inakers, March 20
Oufey Sainvel, Hey od Mill, thton-under-Line, Lancaster, Buwmant John, Warer lane, hrandy merchant, May 2
cotton fpinner, Feb. 12 Brane George, Mirheld, York, thip carpenter, Feb. 27 Palke Richá d, Little Kerapíton, Devon, coal merchant, Carrington Jubas, Manchester, hardwareman, March 11
March 15 Carttar Jonis, Bread ftreet, Cheapzinc, warehoufeinan Parker George, Chenle's freet, Oxford road, British wine March 7
anaker, Feb. 25 Chester William, Chefterfield, Derby, mercer. April 4 Parkes Willian, Derby, coul merchan, Feb 17 Child Geurge Augutus, Bristol, scrivener, Feb. 11
Parr John Owen, Suffolk lane, London, infurance broker. Clarke John, Durlet treet, Manchester Square, jeweller,
March 14 Feb. 25
Peacock Richard, Turnsill Areet, Clerkenwell, currier, Clarke Andrew, Liverpool, merchant. Marchi Clemence Mark Craven Areei, Strand, tailar, March ! Pierce rhomas. Starcrofs, Devon painter Feb. 22 Clute William and watthew, Leeds, York,' yers, Aprilis Pric: George, Tottenham couit road, liquor merchanty Clore William, Leeds, York, dyer, April 15
Feb. 5 Collip John Great Portland üreet upholsterer, March 4 Ra ner William, Jermyn foreet, tailor, Feb 21 Crott Wiiliam, Leeds, York, and Jaines Minks, Huntlet, Rut Nathan. Rü herfield Peppard, Oxforih, iniller, Feb. 14 merclans, Feb. 25
Salisbury Juhn, Manchester, cotton fpinner, Feb. 22 Croisley Jasnes, Halifax, York, and King Areet, London, Saunderton John, Stokefeley, York, banker, March 6 merchant, Bed: 78
Sayer Jofeph, upper North Place, Gray's ioo lane, coach Curtis. John Fletcher, Minories, linen draper, Feb. 18
and harnets maker, Jan. 3. Feb 25 Paras Junn. Vauxhall, lighterman April 8
6cott Shepherd, Cannon Areer, factur, March 7 Davies Peter, Little St. Andrew Itreet, Seven Dials, me. Sharlann John, Cockfpur ftreet, linen draper, Feb. 15 dicine vender, Feb. 21
Shawcross Williim. Manchelte, merchant. Maich z Davie: William, Holburn. linen draper, March.4
Shawford William Cowders, Albany, Piccadilly, confec: Davis samuel. Buty treet, St, Mary Axe, Aprilis
tioner, March 7 Dean Jofeph, Watling 'ftreet, wholesale linen draper, Shepheard Wallwyli, Rorwell court, Carey street, forivener, Fe). 19
Feb, IS Diari.& Thomas, and Michael Torster, Lichfield treet, Sinclair Archibald, Caitle court, Birchin lane, Feb. 14 Suho, tavern keepers, Feb. 1
Sitton William, whitehaven, Cumberland; wine merchan Delany John. Liverpool, araper, March 15
Feb.o Dodiuorth Gsegury, Beverley. Yurk, draper, Fcb.13 Smalley John, William Ellifon, and Robert Walmsley. Duho1 Charles, Tewkesbury, Glocefter, innholder, Blickburn, Lancaster, cotton manufacturers, March 3 Marcas
Smith Sarnuel, Liverputhy merchant, Feb. 27