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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 1, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5429. LONJ>OiV, ^l0^ilMVY, MAY 1, 1820 Phisb 7d. KING LEAR EVERY EVENING until further Notice. THEATHK.RnYAr., {iRVKY-LANE. THIS EVENING, MONDAY.  i\)�y 1, Mijcsiy's SerraiiiB vHI perforrti llic Tm^ji-ily of KINO LEAK. Kiiif I.^ar. Mr. Kraii; Diilcrof Burv'iiinlv, M'. Tliomp-snn; Duke iif Corntirnll, Mr. I'cnley; Diikr of AHiimy, jMr. Biniai.l; K.irl of GloVlcr. Mr. Holland ; K:>rl of Kent (fir�t lime). Mr. Po(K-; Eil�ar, Mr. Rae; EJinuuJ. Mr. Hnmbliii. Goiipril, Mrs. Qlovrr; Regan (lirst lime), Mrs. UobiiisoB ; Cord.-lin, Mrs. W. West. To ivliich will he added, 14tb lime, a Broad Farcical Paiito-mimical Drama, in two acts, <*nvitle.c ,SiTip�l��exi^'r�(OJi*tctl ^ke'improxeuiettt of Ills fellow-cr^-atures. Resolved unanimously. That In Iransmil to posterity the' deep anil universal feeling of resperl enierlaiurd for Ihe virluesand bi-ni-ficmce of the laic Duke of Kent, a Monn-meni>l Stalne of his lluyal Hishnes^ he i rerteil in an eligible pari of Ihe Metropolis, and lhat 3 Public Subscriplionn be immediately opened fur lhat purpose; nn(l, with the view lhat this leslimbuy of respect lo his memoryshould be as general as the sorrow-for his loss, the snbscriplion will be limited to Oue Guinea, and that the smallest conlribntiouo be received. Resolved unanimously. That liis Grace ibe Duke of Bedford, Ihe MosI Nohleihe M.arqnis of Hiiully, Charles Forbes, Esq.M P.; .Icseph lJume, Esq.-M.P.; George Watson Taylor, Esq. M.P.; Willi:im Wiliierfmce, E^q. MP.; and .Mal-Ihew Wood, Esq Alderman and M.P. be solicited to act as Trustees to Ihe Funds, and, with ihe Cnnimitlee, be empowered to rariy these Resoliitious into effect. Resolved unanimously, That William Williams, E^q. M.P. and Jiimes Thomson, Esq. be requested lo beconte Treasurer and Honorary SPcretaryami that the Provisional Committee be soliciird to runimue Iheir services, with power lo extend Iheir numbers. Resolved uu:tuimouBly, That a Copy of Ibe Resolutions of Ibis Meeling be presanlcd lo her Itoyal Highness the Duchess of Kent, by the Committee. Resolved unanimously. That Copies of these Resolutions be sent to Ihe Committee -cei�ed by ^Villiaro Williams, E�q. M.'P. Treasurer, Bii<:hin-l e lle�tor, Mmiul-row, tsllnglwi; ami .by McStrplicuB, at the Societ/a  Uice. SIXteen'Jl# annual EXHUfl- TION of iheSOCIETV of PAINTER.S in 1)11. and WATER COLOURS is n6w OPEN,al the Great Room, Sphag-Kardms, .     - Admittance One .Shillinj^-Catalogup Six|>ence. COPLEY FIELDING, Secretary. MR. WEST'S GALLEIllT, 125, PALL-MAI.L. rriHE EXHiurnoiS �f pictures. ,ii,ited i anilnewlv arranijed by the late BEN lA.M 1 N WIvST, Esq. n dhoH time previous tofci� dectase, IS NOW OPEN, ^nd will remain on vlvw till ithe end nf A iil1i llie great Pictures of DEATH ON THE PALEJ^OKSE, and CHRIST REJECTED. 'V. Open every day (uuder tlrtl^isftronage of his Miijesly), at No.        Pall-mall, near Carlfon.Palace, Ui)m Ten till Five. CHARLES SMART, Serrelary. 1_-,-_-1 �i' -:-.-. BENEVULEJSTiK3 s^. pniiied foi-tlie reasons stated in furmer Advertisrinruts) will he celebrated on SATURDAY NEXT, l.lie 6ih May. 1�20 (being the 3Jlh Anniversary), at the City of London Tavern, Bishupsgate-street. CUfbideht, '    The Right Hon. GEORGE C|ANN1NG. VICE-FRBSIDBST9, The Diikf of Leiosler. The Martjiiis of Lansdown, The Earl of Darnley, Tlie Dukeof Wellinglon,K.G. The Earl of Derby. The Earl of Blesiiilon. Lord William Fitzgerald, Lord Titliamore, L<�rd Dnii.Tlley, E. T. Baiiibriilge, Esq. Gerard Callajbau, Esq. Hugh JohiiRton, Esq STEWARDS, Lord Cliflon," LordArthur.Hill, I. D. Alexandtr, E=q. J. H. Brailshaw, Esq.' Georce DillwyB, E-stf. Felix SUde, Esq Tickets, -21) .hillings each, lo be bad of Ihe Stewards; of Thomas. Bainliridge, Ef?f Treasurer, College of Physicians, W.nrwick.lane; of the Secretary; and at the Bar of the Tavern. Signed by Order, J. C. MICHELl., Sec. 18, Quern-square, Bloomsbnry. Dinner at Half-past Five o'clock. N.B The Musical Department of Ihe Celebratitin iscom-milied I-j the charge of Mr. Hawes, No. 7, Adelplit-terrace ; to wliuni any application miist be mailr. -   � No Appreniicc can dine at the Apprentices'Table without a special ticket. GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY, LoNDo!<, May 1, 18-30. OTICE is liereby given, lhat the HALF-YEARLY GENERAL COURT of the PROPRIE. TORS of ibiK COMPANY, to be heht pursufol to the Act of the 59ib of his lale Majesty George the Third, will lake place on SATURDAY, Ihe 6ih day of M^y next, at Ihe Crown and Anchor Tavern, in the Strand, inilhe County of Middlesex, at Eleven o'Clock, in the Forenoon. ' By Ordei^ of (he Court of Dirertnrs, Ji PBDDERi Secretary. N.B.-Tbe Chairwill jietaVen.at Twelve o'Clock pr^ecisely. CARLISLE notlTSP^SCffOO^ei'LAMfifeTtt; qpHii GENT.LE41EN/''E.cI*iv-��ial- ntJaWahontP. ANmER.SAlfY onTiaiHY the 5th Instant, nt the Freemasons' Tavern. v.      � Diuoer lo be on Table a! Fivt o'clock precisely. stew-%bijs : Mr. G. By, Mr.J. Hanson, Mr. Joseph Fearn, Mr. Goudchild, Mr. f. Dallraan, Mr. Bennett. W: STRACHAN, Secretary, 18, t^xeiidun-8(ree(. Tickets, 20s. to be had of the Stewards, the Secretary, or at Ihe Bar of the Tavern. N.B.-Any Gerillemau �vho may nnt have received an in-vitation diiecl, upon this ocrasioii, will oblige Ihe Stewards by communicuting his addros lo the Secretary-such omission being entirely atlribntnble to tbe want of this information, PRAYER-BOOK AND HOMlLY SOCIETY. ijN THURSDAY NEXT, the 4th of May, the EIGHTH ANNIVER.SARY .SERMON will be preached, at Chris( Church, Newgale street, by Ihe Itev. JOHN SCOTT, M A. Vicar of Nuith Ferriby; and Minister of Sl.Mary's, Hull, &c.; before Ibe Vice-Presidents, the Committee, and other .ITembers of Ihe Society, Divine Service will begin at Half past Ten o'Cln<*k. The ANNUAL GENERAL .MEETING will he held after Divine Service, on the same day, at Ihe Crown and Anchor Tavern, Strand; the Chair lo be taken �t Two o'clock. Accommodations will be provided Cir Ladies, who will be admitted by Tickets; Kpplicaliim (vr which may he made to Ihe Secretary, at Ihe Society's House, 134, Salisbury-square, or lo Ihe Members ot Ihe (^ommillre. STAYS REMOVAL.---ROBINSON uiul VISTIRIN, removed to No. 7, Yorlcslreel, Coveut-garden, present for Ladies'-inspection numerous Patterns in DRESS and WASHING CORSETS, scientifically adapted to the variations of figure, which they engage to fit with precision, elegance, and fashion. Stays lo improve the shape, rectify projecting shoulder-blades, remove weakness in the back, prevent spinal curvatures, and foi- the support and cure of persons awry, by which they make Ladies appear perfectly straight, wiibout any pernicious steel, padding, or pressure. Their Elastic French Bells reduce corpulency without confinement, give comfortable support after accouchement, are efficacious in umbilical Cases, and far superior to long Slavs, in all cases of abdominal weakness or enlargefnenl.-Slays and Braces fur Children- Country Ladies instructed by letter to transmit me:isures. ^,000 TICKETS ARE DRAWN. HAZlARD nnd CO. ilw CONTRACTORS, Hieg to arqu*int ihe Public, lhat, allhongb '5,000 Tickets have been drawn, vet the I'ollowingjs (he GRAND .STATE OF THE WHEEL. FtlUR Priiea of �30,001) �30,000 . �30,000 �30,000 TWO Prizes of �10,000 �10,000 FOUJl Priies of �1,000. �1.(100 �1.000 �1,000 SIXTY.EIGHT Prizes of 500/. 400f. 300/. &<:. &c. Making logrlher, in Money nnti Consols, 78 CAPITAUS VET UNDRAWN. TWO Prizes of 10,000/. must be drawn iii the first Five muutes NEXT DAY, 18lh MAY. Warranteil Undrairn Tickets and Shares are on Sale at Ihe old-e^ilalilisbed and fortunate Offices of HAZARD and Co. Ihe Contractors, Royal Exehan^e-gaCe ; 26, Curnhilf; and 3-24, Oxferd street, corner of 8w'alIo�r.8lreet, London; who shared and sold, jo il.e last Loliery Cunlrsct, 7,370 and 6,e�8,211,000/. each, and in a recent lottery ALL Ibe Prizes of 30,000/.!!! HAZARD and ?o. iharea and sold ^OUaoflbeCapilal-Piizes driitvB last'Thursday, 27th April.' '. ' HAZARD and Co. have AgenjB ia all the principal Towns.tfaroa�liOttl the Counlry. UliOXl SAniliUAY NIGH r S aAZEITi:. MILITARY PROMOTIONS. WarOffice, April 2S, 1S20. Royal Regiment of Hoi se Gua: ds-r-Tliomas Pigolt, Gent, lo be Cornet, by pnrch.tse, vice Long, who retires-dated Aiiril 211, 1820. 2il Kegimeiil of Dragoon GuariU-C.irnet Guslavus Thomas Smiih, from half-pay 1st Dragoon Guards, In be Cornel, vice Wilson Joties, who exchanges, ^^eceiving the difference-dated as iibuve. Isl Rrgimeutof Dragoons-Captain Thomas Hnskins, from half p^y 97lli Foot, to he Captain, vice Charles Eilward Radclyffe, who exchanges, receiving the difference between the full-pay of Cavcfry and full.pay of Infantry-dated as above. Assislant-Snrgeon Hugh M'Clintnck. from half-pay39d Foot, lo be Assislaul-Sargeon, vice John Cleland, *.bo exchanges- dated as above. loth Regiment of Light Dragoons-Charles John Brandling, � Gent, lo be Cornel, by purchase, vice Lord Thbhiaa Cecil, piojnuted in llie lllM Light Draguonsr-dtled asjibove; Illhdiiio-.Lieutenant Williaii\ Ijjoqpter^ys^&om ii^.^^ Light Dragoons, to be LieuUiMjij, vice, ipiiamhre^ w-im exchanges-dated October 15, 1819. 12ihjSere^.cer^da^ed as ajiove.  ; ^th ditto-iLieulenant Cbar^lss JViBjer Davis,,^rom half-nay " rfilB-frdtt; titW"lJiahsij!ant,l(ftOo[m exchaiiges, receiving the dTffereifce^laled a� rtove.�'*^^'*^ 8lb dillCH-Second LLrulenaiit Thomas Drnry^lrum (beRifle Brigade, to be Adjntaul, with (lie rank of Lieulenanl,.vie^ Price, who resigns Ihe AdjutatrttyVofy-dated as abdve. ' 12lh ditto-Captain John Nixon Rtad, from half-pay of the Regiment, to be Captain, vice -Rouald Macdouald, who exchanges, receiving Ihe difference-daled as abuve. 16lh ditto-Captain William Broomfield to be Major, by purchase, vice Thonift.s, who retires-dated aii almve. Lieuleoanl Frederick Thurlow lo. be Captain, by purchase, vice Broomfield-daled as above. Ensign Henry M'Manustobe Lieuienant, by purchase, vice Thurlow-daled .as above. Robert Colquhoiin, Geul. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice IVPManus-^Bled as above. Lieutenant Thomas Skinner, to be Adjutant, vice Thurlow, � promoted-daled as above. 2Clh Regiment of Fool-Lieutenant William Johnstone to be Captain, by purchase, vice Farquharsun, promoted- . dated as above. Ensign Thomas Simpson Pratt to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Johnstone-daled as^buve. William Silwell, Gent, lo be Eusigu, by purchase, vice Pratt.-daled as above. 41st ditto-Ensign  Percival   Brown, from half-pay 4ih West India Regiment lo be Ensign, vice Charles Leightun Kennelt, who exctianges-dated as above. 43d ditto-Charles Murray Hay, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase-dated as above. 45tli ditto-Captain Richard   Moore,  from half-pay 4lh Foot, to be Captain, vice rhomag Parr,,wbo exchanges- dated as above. 541b ditto-Assistant-Surgean Charles H.iniillon, from 72d Fool, to be Surgeon, vice Redmond deceased-dated January 27, 1820. SOU) ditto-Lieutenant William T. Mayne to be Captain, witbont purchase, vice Mandeville, deceased-dated October 2, 1819. To be Lieutenants-Ensign-Etiward GriStlis, without purchase, vice Mayne-daled as obove; Lfeulenaiit'VVilliain Williams, from 21st Light Dragoons, vice Hogan, who exchanges-daled October 13,1819. To be Ensign-William Douglas, Gent, without purchase, vice Griffiths-daled October 2, 1819. 62d ditto-Lieutenant John Singleton, from half.pay 44lli Fool, lo be LieutenanI, vice Philip Rickets, who exchanges, receiving Ihe difference-dated April 20,1820. 67lhdillo-Ensign Charles MM'borAou  to   tko   Liautoi>ihU.l^ without purchase, vice Greene, deceased-^Uated Septem- temberl. 1819. Peter Brannan, Gent, lo be Ensign, without purchase, vice M'Phorson-dated September 1, 1819. 72ddilto-'Hospital-AsststaDt Robert Knox, M.D. to be As. sistanl-Surgeon, vice Hamilton, promoted in the 54ili  Foot-dated April 20,1820. 88th ditto-rCaptaiii Katrick-Heron GoIdie,..from half-pay 22d Light Dragoons, to. .be Captain,, vice Richard Bun-worth, who exchanges, receiving tbe difference-daled as above. - ,.- 92d ditto-Ensign Jame.i Dea|is, from half pay 79ib Fiml, lobe Ensign, vice William Maiiselt,..who exchanges- daled as above. �       "     '.    -      ' * 2d West India Regiment-Lieutenant Henry Jnbii Ricketis lo be Captain, wilhuul purchase, vice Appleto'n, appuinled to the 8th Royal Veteran Batlalinn-dated as above. 3d Royal Vetemn Battalion. Captain George Baxter, from 57lh Fool, Iu be Captain, vice "Toole, whose appoiufmeut baa nut taken place-dated as above. ....  5lli Royal Veteran Battalion. Lieutenant Robert Boyd, from 8th t-'uot, lo be Lieutenant- . daled aa above. lOlh Royal-Veteran Battalion. Quartermaster Arthur Greenbam, from half.pay 13th Light Dragoo'ils, to be Ensign, vice John-, who returns' to tiis former ailualiou on Ihe Retired List-dated us above. HOSPITAL STAFF. Hospital-Assistant Hugh Orr, frnnii half jiay, to be Hospital-AssistaDt; yiee Kuov, promoted iu tbe 72d Fuot-daled April 20,1820. hemora^da. Th^ appoinlment of Staff.Smtgron Jimes Taylor, from half pay, �o be Siirg-inn to Ihe Forci**, as'staled iu iIm' Gazelle ofllie llih D'e imher lasi, lia*fioi lalreM place. Lieuliiiuui Williio) Cradock, of liie 43d F�A.l, liis be. n perniiiteil to retire f.-mu the service. The iiam.s of ll.evpi-M�ji)r I'ril-haii!. nf the. .illli Fn-.', i are Hoxrell linrrh Prielmnl, and noi IfuvMrH U. /'r/^c i.-r-r2, hnl he is not allowed any b'.ick-p.i'v The dale of Slaff'-Surgeoii Biirmenier'K npjrfPi'tftiieiti ri, full-pay is li> l>ear date UecemWr 25>, 1819, ami nj{ J.i-nuary2a, 1820. Offic*of Ordnance, AprU 17, 1820. Royal Regiment nf Aiiilleiy. Lientensnl-General Bayl :�), lu ;,f. Second Cajatain, vice RolKi, retired on halt'-pny -tiain) April 12, 1820; Second Captain Lloyd Dmvn, from il,-half-pay, to be ditto, vice Ne� laud, reiii-vd on )Ml('.;riy-� dated April'SO, 1820; and Second Capi.iiii n^urg'e J  Belsuo, from the b-alf-nay, to be ditio, vite W. C. Smiil-, retired on half-pay-dated ns above. First Lienlenanl Henry William Pirkard, from lie half-pa;, lobe First Lienlenanl, vice Claudius Sliu^v, letriedun lialf-nay-daled as above. ---- Commlssioni signed by ilte. Loril I.ieulenant of Ike ^u-nlij of Renfrew. Renfrewshire Regiment of Militia. Adjutant George Jjimicson lo serve with Ihe rank of Lienlenanl-daled January 3, 1820. 2d Regiment of RenfrewsTiire Local Militia. Major William  Lowndes to be Lieufenaiii Colonel, vice .luhn Maxwell, appointed to the Renfrewshire iMililia- daled June IG, 1819. .John Crawfuni, Esq. to be Major, vice William. Lowndes, promuted^daleil as above. RenCiewsliire Yeomanry Cavalry. Sir Michael Shaw Stewart, Bart, to be Mnjnr-uaitd February 1, 1820. 1st Trnop. James Viscount Kelborne lo be Captain-dated     above. > Graham, Grnt. tube Lieutenint-d iif d as abuse. William Mui-e, Geiil. to be Cornet-^jled as ahuvr. 2d Troop. Sir William Milliken Napier, Bart, lobe Captnin-d.iled aS" above. - James Stirling, Gent, to be Lieutenant-dated as above. '   3d Troon. Huostouu Stewart, Esq. to be Captain-daled as above. Will'iam Howie, Gent, lo be Lieutenant-daled as abuve. John Huwie,'Geot. to be Comet-^dated as alwve.  Paisley Volunteer Rifle Compmv. Archibald Macalpiue, Esq. to be C)aptaiu-daled Jannsrv 4, 1820. . ,     , John Stewart, Genl.'lo be First Lienlenanl-daled asabtj.v*. John Hulden, Gent. to be Secon(| Lieiittnanl'-date4.a^ �i>ov�. Jubuslon Vuluoteer rnfaBlry.        ..  ij 1st ppmiKui^;1-Ludovic Housloun, Esq. to i&.^wKt^lii-ibt^ January 4, 1820. ' ' ""V � - William HonsliMiit, Esq^jp-be.iCapiainljaaW^ Robert Watt, Geiit. lo'Be:l|eutfnau{^d5hy;�il^�.' Andrew Logan, GeuUia IiLEuugii^daiedlJiia^ aWye^ . [    - -MEiSoRASDUM. HiC; Majesl'ylhB(4eiM plcai(M to �^pnf^ of Ihc I&ih for Kiag!s) regiment-uf Iiiissara being permitted lu hear oo its staudariUand appoinlments, iii addition-lo any other badges or devices heretofore granted to the regiment, Ihc words ** Egmool-op-Zee," in conimemofafion of the distinguished services of the regiment at that place, oil Ihe 2d of October, 1799. ___ BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. John Aston Wilkt-^,'of Birmingliaoo, glass.loy-makcr^fjran* May 13, lo July 1, at ten, at Ihe Royal Hotel, Trmple-row, Birm'uigham. BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. John Gundry, uf Goldsilhncy, Cornwall, merchant, Thomas Gundry, of Guldsilliney,^Cornwatl, merchant. BANKRUPTS. William Biggar, lale of Mancliesler, brazier, to surrender. May 15, 10, and June 10, at nine, al Ihe .Star liin, iMaarhes-ter. Allorneys, Messrs. Sbarpe, Eccle�, and-Cririe. Mai:-chesler; and .Messrs. AIifl||l0Bnd Parry, Inner Temple, Loiidpu. James Kinder, of Manchester, cottou-mnnnfaclurer, \n surrender, MayO, 16, and June 10, at one, ai ihe Star Ini., Manchester. Altoruey, .Mr. Alexander Kay, Essex-street, Manchester Wilham Holt, jun. of Rochdale, LincaSler, woollrn.manufacturer, lo surrender, .May 24,-25, ami June 111, at eleven, at the While Bear Inn, iVIiinclirsler.. Atluriirys, Me��r>. Shnltleworlli, Rochdale; and Mr. Cbippindaie, Crauc-courl, I'lrel-slreet, Lohdoo. George Bale, of Mlistnl, victualler, lo surrender, June I, al seven, 2, and 10, al ten, at ihc Plungli Holel, tThelieii-hani, Gloncesler. Attorneys, Mr. .Meredith, Liocubi's Imi New-square, London; and Messrs. Gwiuuetl and Newman, Chelleiiham. WUliani Burton, of Oxford-slreet, Middlesex, upholsterer, to surrender. May 0, 13, aud June 10, al eleven, at Guildhall, London. Ailorney, Mr. Hill, Welbeck-sireet, Caveudish-sqnare, l.oudon. John Francis Machin and John Stephen Gill, of Gloucester-street, Queen-square, Middlesex, surgicat-inslriimeiic-iiiakei-s, lo surrender, .^lay 2, 9, and June 10, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Hayward, Essex-court, Temple. James South, of Fulham, Middlesex, plumber, to surren-K.-, M�y 9, zo, utta June 10, at .1 C1...UU�1I, L^..J,u. Ailorney, Mr. Lang, Feuchureb-street. John Bower itnd Joseph Bower, now or tale nf Bradford, York, woolstaplcrs, lo surrender. May 15, 16, and June 10, ,il eleven, al the Conrl-liuuse, Leeds. Altorueys, Mr. .Uakio-sun. Temple, London ; and Mr. Foden, Leeds. Mary Edwards, npinstec, and Kezia Edwards, apinster, of Newport, Monmootli, liuen-drapera, lo surrender. May 13, 15, and June 10, at twelve, at the While Lion liiu, Bristol. Attururys, Mr. Clarke, Bristol ; and Messrs. Jenkins, James, aud .4hbDll, New Idn, l/>ndon. John Newingtoii, of Tunbridge, Kent, farmer, to surrtii. der, Maya, 13, and June 10, at twelve, at Guildhall, Loii-doo. Allorneys, Messrs. Gregson and I'uniiereau, Angel-c'oui-t, Tlirogmorlon-slieel, London. Thonws Harrison Parker, lateofKiih, but now of King-slou, .Surrey, wine-oierchani, to sniieiuler. May IB, 20, ;,h,1 June 10, at uiie, al (iuildhall, I.uniluu. Altoruey, Mr. Hau-uam. Piazza Chanihei-s, Coveot-gardeo. Matlhew Cope, lale of Derby, iroumon-ger, to surrender, iVlay 19, 20, and June 10, at eleven, at the King's AiniH Tavern, Derby. Atlnriieyii, Mr. .Muss, Derby, and Mr. Wol-stort, Holborn-conrI, (Cray's Inn, London. DIVIDENI'S May 20   J. E. Honlhuoui, of Union.court, Broad^tre t, Loudon, inerehaiil, ut eleven, al Guildhall. May 20.  W. Sruiioll, of Bowling green.lane; Clerkenwell, Middlesex, scavenger, al len, at Guildhall, Lnodoo: May 20.   R. Farrer, uf Bread-slieel, Cheapside, London, warclniuseman, al ten, at Guildhall, London. May 13  II. H. Flaw, of Riches-court, Liine-streel, L ml. ii, inercl^anl, alien, at Guildhall,. May 2i*- J. Graham, of Biimiugham, linen-draper, at ten, a1 Ccildl.all, Loudon. M ly 20. J. Wilkinson, W. Hortie; and J. Wilkinson, of Fri-   

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