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   British Press (Newspaper) - November 27, 1820, London, Middlesex                                TBBATRB.ROYAh,-DBURy-l^ilfiB. 1HIS  EVENING,  MONDAY,  Nov. 37, hie MajeBlyVSers-anta will (lerfarm Ib� Tragic Play of ^ PIZARRO. . Spaniards-AInnzo, R|i-. Cooper . (his itrat ap|>ear�ncc in lliat Ch^raclcr)'; Pizarrb. Mr. Bootii (bis first appearance in � that Cb'fratter); Valverde,. Mr. Bsrne,rd ; Las Casas, Mr. I'ope.   BIrira, Mrs. Glover. Perovians-Aliliba, Mr. Powetl; Uolla, Mr.Willncfc (his fimt appcarancejn that Character); Orozembo, Mr.Thomp-boq.   Cora, Mrs. W. West. After which, the favpurite Extravaeanza called GJOVANNI IN LONDON. Don Giovanni, M^tdame.Veatrig; Leporello, Mr. Harley,; Mr. Florentine Finickin, Mr. Barnard; .Mr. Deputy English, Mr. Gatlie. Mrs. Leporelln, Miss Ciibitt; Miiu (^oostaittia Qnixntte, Miss.Povey; Mr8..EDe!lisli,'Mrs^ Or� r; Mrs. Draiaeaidry, Mrs. Dobbs; Sqiialiipg^Fan, Mrs. Blaod. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr, Rodwell, at the Private Box Entrance, Little Russell-street, until the com. pletionoCthe Portico. The Doors irill be opened at Half-past Six o'Clocb, and " the PrrformancrV on eacHi Evening commence at Seven,-Boxra, 7�.;.^ecood Pirice, Ss.fid.-Pit, 3�, 6d.; Second Price, 2�.-Lower Gallery^ ,?!>.; Sscond Price, Is.-Uppejc Callery.Ja,; ^CCoiidPfice^ed.   >        '        V. T�-aionajWj^i;n*�_!Stfdic�lj:Ma^^ Jn-rtiW^pir The Cfali'Jli and the CobbUr-rrvitb Giovanni inf .London." mis  EVENING.   iVIONDAy.  Nov. 27, wii) he performed, 7th lime, the new Histoi-ica) Tra gedy of WALLACE. Scots-Wallace, Rfgenl of .Scotland, Mr. Macrcadv; ComVM, Mr. Ejirlon ; Douplas, Mr. C. Krmble; Monlettb, Mr. Abholtj Kierly, Mr. Comrr. Engiisb-Clare, Earl of Glo'ster, Mr. Chapman ; Lord de Clifford, Mr.Coniior; Sir Reginald Filz.Enslace, Mr. Glare, mont.   Helen (wifeof Wallace), Mrs Biinn. Tlip Prnloj;ne {.  be epuheu by Mr.Connor; the Epilogue by Miss Foole. After which, the Romantic Melo-drama of FORTY THIEVF.S. Casgim Bahn, Mr, Atkins; Ali Batia, Mr. Blauchard; Ganfm, Mr. Durnset; Mnsfapha, Mr. W. Farren; ^bJalla, Mr. Cunitor; Hnssarar, Mr. Egurton. Cugia Bate, Mrs. Listen ; Murg:iaiia,    iss Foole. A Private Box ui-iy be had for the Season, or nighlly, of Wr. Brandon, at llig Box-Officc. Places for the Boxes lo lie laiien of Mr. Brandon, at the Epjt-Ollice, Ha(t-Btreet,from Ten till Fonr. Boxes, 7s ; Second Price, 3s. 6d.-Pit, 3s. 6d.; Second Price, 23.-(Jallery, 2�.v Second Price, Is.-Upper Gallery. Is. j S'CoimI Prine,6J. i'o.morrow, Shakspeare's Comedy of Twelfth Night, wlib Hieh Life Below Stairs. On Wednesday, theTragedy of Wallace, with The Miller and his Men. rf^O-MORROVV. November 28. Conclui.ion of A this Yeai's LOTTERIES, and Last Day of BISH'S Contract. All the Capitals, including TWO �20,000 ! TWt) ;fl,030 ; "FOUR qS �iOQ \ Sec. CONSOLS and MO-NEV, MUST BE DRAWN TO MORROW. Tirljets and Shares .(warranted undrawn) are Selling by BISU, Slack-Broker, Sole Contractor, 4, Curnhill, and 9, Chsring.cruss; who Sold the First Day of the Present Lottery, 1,�483 (Class A), a Piize of �2U,O0O. ICHARDSON,   GOODLUCK^  and  Cn. respectfully acquaint the Pablir, thal'the SECOND and LAST DAY of this LOTTERY will be TO-MORROW. BTITE OF THE WMrt: 2 of...............�20,000 Consols. 2 of.................    1,050 Consols. 4 of................       200 Money. ,       .     &c. (fcc. Tickets and,Shares, w.-trrauied undrawn, are on sale at Richardson, Giiodtuck, and CUi.'s Offices,   Bank biiildiiigs, Conihill; and facing the Gate of the King's Mews, Charing-cioss. CjWlFTandCo. remind tlieir Friends and the ^ Public, that Ihe Lollery will Finally Close tO-.tlOR. ROW, Novjjraber 28.-The Wheel contains 5.,____of....i. �20,000 ..........fio.ono' 2.,....of......     l.O.'iO ..........     2,101) 10......of �1110 and   200 ..........     1,400 36......of �i0aiid     50..........     l.OSO 850......of........      16 ..........   1.3,600 Consols and-Money, all of which must be Drawn TO MOR- � jROW, b.einjr the Last Day-Only 1,700 Numbers (Two Tickels of each Number) are now in Ihe Wheel.- 11; Poultry; 12, Charing.cross ; and 31, Aldgate High-street. UNDRAWN TICKETS AND SHARES ARE SELLING nv and J. SIVEU'HKJHT, at tlieir very for- lunalc Oflices, ROVAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE OFFJCE, : NoVKMBEIl, 1829. 'VHJ^ COURT of DIRECTORS of the JB. ItOYAL ET^CHANGE A'SSUftANCE, do h�reliy Rire Notice, that their TRANSFER ROOKS will te SHUT, from Thnrsday, the 14th Of December next, toThiiri|  the lllh (if Jannary folhiwing-; and that the ANN&AL GENERAL COURT appointed by their Charier, will Ue hohlen at their Office, on the.Royal Exchange, on'WS>-NESDAY, the 20lh of December next, at Eleven o-Clock in the Forenoon; and that a Dividend will be coosidered, of at Ihe said Court. SAMUEL PENNING, J.m, Secretwy-. The Chair will be taken at Twelve o'clock precisely, i N.B,-Attendance is elven dnily at the raid Office, and at their Office in Pall-mall,' for the, As-urance of Buildings, Goods, Merchandise, and Ships, in harbour, in dock, or while haildiug, from loss or damage by Fire ; and also for IbeAssnrance of, and granting Aiinuiliefl on. Lives. With the National Armorial Bearines, Slxpeor�. HE FOR.VI OF F HAYEK WITH THANKSGIVING- lo Altnijhty Gorf, to be u.ed daily by all devout People throniihnni tlioRealm^ fortho, happy deliverance of her Mnjc^iy QUEEN CAROUNE vftiigfctDe Intc jnosl traitoroM etMJSPHtACY. f->^-'Vtiktedfur VVilllaro Hone, Ludgntehill. All other Editions are spurious. POCKET BOOKS for 1821. SAMS, B.ooksrller, &c. to his Royal Highness the Duke of York, No. 1, St. James's-street, informs ihe Nobility and Geniry he has fur their in-' spertinn a large and elegjiut aKsiirlnient of POCKET BOOKS for the NF.W YEAK", in plaiu and ekgant bindings. Also, lhat lh% Np\v Cnialogue of his extensive Circii-laling Library is jnsi published, containing^ all the New Works of merit op (o the present day. A Card of Terms of Subscriplion maybe had on apidl-calioo. N.B.-Private Boxes for all the Theatres. This duy are published, bandiomely printed in 4*0. with a Portrail, and oilier Eneravingn, price II. 16a. in boards, EC'lURES ON PAINTING, delivered at ji the Royal Academy, \Tith additional Obaervalious and Notes. .     By HENRY FL'SELI, P.P. *,* The addiliunal Lectures in ihis Ediiiou are sold se-parately, price 18s, in hoards. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand, Booksellers to the Royal Academy; auil W. Blackwood, Edinburgh. In the Press, and shortly will he published, in one vol. 4tu. OOSTHUiVlOUS  LEirEHS  aidr-s.ed  to ST   FRANCIS COLMAN, and GEORGE COL.MAN the Elder, wilh Annnlalions mid Occnsiooal Rnnaifcs. By GEOKGE COLMAN the Yoni.gi.r. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand; and VV. Blackwood, Edinburgli, This day is published, in one large volume Svo. price 123, in hoards, SACRED LITERATURE; coniimsin^ � Review of the Principles pf Coniimsitioo laid'down by the lale Robert Lowlh, D.D. Lord Bishop of.London, in |~his Prelections and Isaiah, and an Application of ihe Prio-ciples'so reviewed to the Illustration nf the Ne-w Testament; in a Series of Critical Observalioas on Ihe style and st(UC. lure of that Sacred Volume. By Ihe Rev. JOHN JEBB, A M. Rectpf of Abington, in Ihe Biocese of Cashel. Prifetcrf fo^ T.CadeH" and W. Davies, Strand; and Vf. Blackwood, Edinburgh. Of whom may also be had, by (he same Author, .SSiRMONS, on Subjects chiefly Practical; wiih Illos-trative Notes, and an Appendix, relating lo the Character of Ihe Church of England, as distinguished both from other Branches of the Reformation and from the modern Church of Rome,   Second Edition, price lOs. Od. in boards. JS'o. 3', Cornhill; 38, Haymnrkel; No. 11, Holborn ; 141, O.xI'urd.street; Who Shared a >d Sold TWO Prizes of .�20,000 in tlie present Contract, viz.  , No. 135 ................�20,000 � ' 3,!5.;6 ................   20,1100 TWO Prizes of �?0,000 Cons.ils, And all the other CapilaiK. must lie drawn TO-MOUROW, TUl-SDAY, 2Slh November. ; Being the Last aud Only Day of Drawing. The fateof every Ticket sttid prior lo the 15th November van Jj-yally decided htj flie drcicinf; of that day ; i hose per- j tmia, i)iercfore, who hnve already piircho.ied in the prr." lded no bas beru made for loss. .V .'PX'^ !. .CQiMPANV.   -. 'MlEKT;-" ;ibe "fhote .terjji, of. Ijfe id^'^o t|\eir ^9'"'" ''b�it&(AMi pr]lfitued tat 3i'Pffic^;i'(ir..'tbe amuunt no/tKif^tUrtptiymenft tfof .'tfi^4i�ii(ife icrm of Life fhfrrf}|r:llie PremiuS i* SrsiEJjfi,..... ..: *  will be eitlitjej under �he this OfHcej =to firtitSpate &li-.bed on thi- l.it uf Si jiiciuiirv; and No. II I: of the Work, containing 2*24 p.ii;t-a ul' Analytical tlrvifw, iit-ing ' cumpreliensive Analyses of 13 iniportsnt Mcdiral Works, Bi'iti&li and Fnreign, will be luib'lvlictl on the 1st of D-.reiuin-r. TiiiH Journal eonriM. 8 it.scif siriclly to what is prar-ticolly usifulili Medical .Scii-nei-, and is desFgned to form a coinpreh'-ni-ive record uf .Mi-dicine ami Surgery, that may pnive a Library fur the ('oiinlty, Colonial, l\Itlitary, and Naval l'r,!clilionei-s; and a ncuid of rcloicnce for the higher braucht'K nfilie 1'rut'tss.inu. Condurt.d by JA.MES JOHNSO.V, M.D. Aulhoi of " A Treatise on  I>e.-:ii?gctiicnts of the Liver, Digcsiivc Organs', and Ni'ivoiis .Sv-iteni." UliKGESS' ESSENCE OF ANCHOVIES. Warehouse, 107, Siiand, corner of the Savuy-steps, LuisiJcti. OHN lUJKGFSS "n.i SOX, Uei,.^ oi.i.ns.d of the uuincrous eudeavonri made by tirany persons to impose .1 epurious article for their uiakf, ft-ti it incumbent upun tbpui to r�quest the attention of ihe p'tiMrc, in purchasing what they conceive to be the Original, to observe the BY THE KING.-A PROCLAMATION. GEORGE, R. Whereas our Parliament stands prorogued to Tuesday, the 2:ld day of January next ; We do, by and with the advice of our Privy Council, hereby pnblish and declare, that the said Parliament shall, on the said 23d day. of January nixt, be held and sit for the dispatch of divers urgent and inipurlant alfsirs : and,the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Knights, Citizens, and BurgesSes, and the Commissioners for Shires and Bui-ghs of Ihe House of Commons, are hereby required and cnmmanded to give their attendance accordingly, at Westminster, on the said 23d day of January next. Given at our Court at Carlton House, the 24th day of November, 1820, and in the first year of our reign, GOD SAVE THE KING! [This Gatette also contains a Proclamation, declaring, thai the Mediterranean passes, granted by the Governors of Gibraltar and M'lta, under the authority of the Proclamation of lhe20ih November, 1819, shall be in force for one year only, from the respeclive dales of their being issued- an Order in Council suiipeniling the calling out of Ihe Lon-ihMi Militia for the present year-and an Order in Council, continuing in force, fur six months, from IheSOlh iiislani, the existing prohibitions and restrictions as to Ihe exporia-Twirof gunpowder, arms, or ammunillou. The Gaxelie also notifies'that, on Ihe 22d instant, his Majesty conferred the honour of Knighthood on Colonel C. MacCarthy Lyragb, Governor of Sierra Leone ; aud that ihe same day.Ihe follow, ing Mioislers had audience of his Majesty, viz-The Russian, Dutch, French, Saxoo, and Neapolitan Ministers, lo deliver letters from their Sovereigns ; the Spanish Ambassador, to deliver his credentials as Envoy Extraordinary from the Grand Duchess of Lncca ; the Portuguese Ambassador, to deliver his credentials, and a .ieller of congratulation on his Majesty'saccession ; and tKe.J>anish Miiiist|rrjt> deliver , bis new crcdeutials.   A rew-ir^I^^ offi;red,,af MQ^^^ covering the person or per�)ns Who/on'flie 2btb iuslant,        Williara Wheeler, jun. lale of Road, set on fire the house of John Walker, Esq. Soulbgaie ; and an equal rewaril for discovering 'any of the gang -concerned in rescuing five  Prisoniers from the gaoler of the Marl-boruugh-strect office, on tlie2'id instant.] fWwBril WaoUejfiOf Bilsloitv'Stafford, fton-tnaster, to rtr-irenller,- Decetsber^j, � at foof,(,2vani, January 6, at �lrf*�, ot tbe Jerningbaid Arms luiti'^hiifnal, Salop. . Altortiei?, Mf.^mei f)nnt,^urrry-strect,.Slrtitid, Loudon^and Mhsrt^ Williin and Son^j^tis'ton.' .  -.     . George I'hofnpsQR, of Preston, Lancaster, cheesennHiger, to surfgndei;, De�f iSlber llj 15, and Jimuary 0, at cirVen, at .4^ Mil re Inn, 'Preston. 'Attnrueys, Mr. Blakelurk,' Scr-ji^nt's-Iniif FKet-street,.Loodnii; and Messrs. Blaiwhard .aijSlBickeriiafi', Preston. tJeoTge Pbillipc, of Old Bfetitfurd, MiiIdlc$e��-mK� ' ^*bi�rj,tftj�i9imder^B>e#m1i�r9,ate(^^^   9, and J SmorrVBotta.  ,.       . , William Henry Lawrence, of Bath, linen-dj-.t{iet�4 to surrender, December 5, 6, and January 6, at ereveii, at the Christopher Inn, Bath. Attorneys^ Messrs. Adiington and Gregory, Bedford-row, London; aud Mr. Gaby, Balh. John Adams, of Trinity-square, Mioories, Middlesex, merchanl, lo surrender, Dereinber 9, 16, andJannaiy 6, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Altornpys, Messis. HicEs and llraikenridge, Barll^tt's buildings, Holborn. Thomas William Lloyd, late of F.yesham, Worresler, fellinouger, lo surrender, December 1:1, at five, 14, and January 6, at eleven, at the While Han luu, Evesham. Attorneys, Mr. a'Beckeil, Broad street. Golden square, London; and Mr. Wright, Evesham. James I'hompsoii, of Liverpool, factor, to siirrender, December IS, 19, and January 6, at one, at Ihe George lun, liiverpool. Attorneys, Mr. Chester, Staple luu, London; and Mr. Diveoport, Liverpool. Simon Kiiigsell, late of Eflarkwall, Middlesex, but now a prisoner in the King's Bench pri�on, painter, to surrender, December 2, 16, and January 6, at leu, at Guildhall, Lon. don. Attorneys, Messrs. Fisher and Monday, Furnival'a Inn, Holborn. ilenry Jackson, of Grrat Prescot-sUeet, Goodman's-fields, Middlesex, merchant, lo surreudrr, December 9, 16, aud Ja-nuary 6, at twelve, at Guildhall, Loudon, Altorney, Mr. Thwaites, Essex-slreel. Strand. William Mintit, of Prospect.place, Soulhwark, Surrey, auctioneer, to surrender, December 2, 3, and January 6, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. Altorney, Mr. Pasmore, Waruford-court, Throgmorlon-street, London. William Pierce, of High Holburu, Middlesex, wax and honrymerchant, 10 surrender, December 2, 9, and January 6, at twelve, at Guildhall, Loudon. Attorneys, Messrs. Lowe aud Bower, Southampton-buildings, Chaiicery-lane, William Quintuu and;jobn Quiuton, lale of Basford, Nol-tingham, timber-dealers, to surrender, Dereroher 11, 1-2, and January 6, at eleven, at the Punch Bow], Nottingham. Attorneys, Mr. Hurst, Noltiiigham ; and .Mr. Kuowlcs, New-Ino, London. John Millard, of Cheapside, London, linen-draper, to stir-render, December 2, 0, and January 6, at ten, at Guildhall, Attorney, Mr. Btirfoot, King's Bench-walk. Charles Scott, of MancbcAter, brush manufacturer, to surrender, December II, 12, and January 6, at two, at ilie .Mos-ley Arms Inn, Manchester. Attorneys, Mr. H: T. Shaw, Ely-placs, Unlliorn, London ; and Messrs. Baron aud W4lkis^ MILITARY PROMOTIONS. War-Office, No-cemberii, 1820. 3d Regiment of Dragoon Guards-Lieutenant Daniel Carrol, from the half pay of the 22d Light Dragoons, to he Lieutenant, vice Lawford Bucne, who exchanges, receiv-iog the difference-tlaled November 16,18*20. lOih Regiment of Light Dragoons-Lieutenant William Carlwright lo be Captain, by purchase, vice Sir Henry Floyd, piomolcd in the llib Light Dragoons-dated as above. Cornet John Earl of Wiltshire to be Lieutenant, by pur-chase, vice Cariwrighl-dated as above, Thomas Wood, Gent, lo be Cornel, by purchase, vice Lord Wiltshire, piomoted-dated as above. llth ditto-Captain Sir Henry Floyd, Bart, from the 10th Light Dragoons, lo be .Major, by purchase, vice Childers, promoted-dated as above, 17ih ditto-Brevet Lieuteuuut-Colonel Nathan Wilson tn be Lieulcnant-Colouel, by purchase, vice Weige, wha retires -dated March 25, 1820. Brevet Major George John Sale to be Major, by purchase, vice Wilson-dated as above, Lifnieiiant William Henry RobiasoD lo be Captain, by purchase, vlre Sale-daled as above, Cnriiet N. Raveu lo he Lieuieuuul, by purchase, vice Robinson-dated as above. 7th Regiuieiii of Foot-Lieutenant Charles Ricketts. from the li.ilf-pay of the Coldstream Foot Guards, to be Lieutenant, vice Toiriauii Francis L'Estrange, who exchanges- daled November 16, 1820. 33d ditto-Brevet Lieutenaot-Colonel Colquhoun Grant, from half pay of the llth Fsol, to be Msjnr, vice Joseph Pbillolt, wlioscappoinlmeal baa not taken place-dated as above. 35lh ditto-Ensign Mark Dickins, from half-pay of the 34ih Foot, to be Ensign, vice Benjamin Salterthwaile, who exchanges-ilated as above. 59tb ditto-Frederick Fortune, Gent, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Douglas, who resigns-dated March 25, 18-20. 65th ditto-James Dounilhorne, Gent, lo he Ensign, without purchase, vice Mathisou, killed in action-d�ted De-r. mher22, 1819. 67tli diltii-Ensiitu Jonathan Eliot, to be Lieutenant, wiiliout purchase, vice Baynham, deceased-daled De-cembei 7, 1819. Rille lirigade-Honourable- Grey lo be Second Lieu- leuaut, without purchase, vice Oner, promoted-dated Nuvembii 16, 1320.   . 9th ll.iya! Veteran Battalion. Liciiieiiant Stanley Ireland, from half pay of the 87tli Foot, lo be Lieutenant, vice Robert Siewari, who returns lo hi* luriiu-r situation 011 the retired list-.-duled as above. MEMonASDUM. i_ The commission of Captain Sicvensnn, of the 59ih Foot,. Name and Address corresponds with the ahovi-the general     has been antedated to 28lit September, 1811, lha.t being the appearance of the spurious ilesciiptiuus will deceive Ihe uu- | date it ougiit lo bear, but he is not allowed any back pay. guarded, and for their detection, J. 15. uiid Son submit the Liver-may following Cautious: some are iu sppearanco ai first siglil ** The Genuine," but without any Name or Address-some " Burgess's Eisencc of Anchovies"-others " Burgis's"- and many more without Adth-ess. JOHN BURGESS and SON having been many years bonourrd with such distinguished approbation, feel every seutimeul-of respect tn-a-anU the Pulilic, anti earnestly bo-lieil them lo iaspi-ctthe Labels previous to purchasing what they conceive In be of Iheir make, which Ihry hope will prevent many disappointnx nis.  � BURGESS' NEW SAUCE, for gpneral purposes, having given such great satisfaciioii, continues to tie prepared by Ui^n, and is recommended as a most useful and convenient Sliuce-will keep good in all climates. Warehouse, 107, Strand, corner of the Savoy-sleps, Li�n-don.'-(Tlte Original Fish-Sauce Warehouse.) Commission in the Surrey Yemnanry Cavalry, signed by Vie Lord l.ieulenant of Ihe County of .' boli.^aiiufaet�rer, lo spr-tetiderj Deccinber&;6,aiid January 6,i>televea| at ihe Craven 67 11 33 *. rf- 28 ^ B 0 g 3; 3.8 38 S I ^   iNsrOLrEftT DfrBTORS'. P�t�TiONi Q? lK�OI.1fENT DfiBTOilS, to }m \\S^d CoiHtBiitre-Rootn,, Hpu�e of ______-i-tTTS'sb, niueo^clocjc ill the forenoon. Etoothain, John^ forme.-Iy of Coburg.place, Borongh-road, Surrey, next of S.onlhsmptoo-place, New road, afterwards  lai-t*. While, F.lias, lale of York place, Old Kent-rsad, Surr. y, coocb-ciaker.       t Fcnwick, Ralph, late of Craue-slrcct, Greenwich, Ken!, ship-chandler. " lie .Massou, Floreut, lale of No, 65, Newman-street, Ox-fnrd-street, Miditiese)�� gentleman, sued by the name of F. Le Massoii, i:)'Hara, Patrick, lale ef No. S3, Suffolk street, Charing-cross, Middlesex, tide-waiter. Chandler, Geoige, broker and appraiser, formerly of No,57,Old tir.et, St. Luke's, Sliddkscx, and now of No. -1, Great Snliulk-strret, Surrey. Hemmiiigs, William (olberwise Willianj Enimens)^ fir-merly uf No. 47, Safl"ron-hill,and late uf No.87, Moomoulb-strerl, Sobo.lioihiu Middlesex, grocer. Evans, Ceurge, lale of the Spa-rozil, Bermondscy, Surrey, tide-wiiter in his Majesty's Cnstums. Green, Wiliiam, forjnerly uf Windmill-street, afterwards of Tottcr.ham-slrect, and late c.f Upper John slieet, Fitzroy-square, all in .Middlesex, gentleman. Duiiiiell, G.'orge, lale of Chatham, Kent, baker. Gibson, Jjlin, late of No. 3-2, Villers street, Sirand, Middlesex, buvtt-maker, afterwards i.f No. -2, Union-street, Ho-rougli-road, Surrey, colTet'-huuse-kceprr, aflerwards of No. 5, Church.lour, Wbitccbapel, .Midillesix, aud late of W hile-crosi-stieet, in the city of London, bout mriki r. Shanks, Henry, formerly of WiIIdt^-woI'^. ^iuceofNew-man's-'row, since of Rermoiid-^ey street, auiee 1 f I.ong-Une, since of Little-Russtll-strect, since tif L?.nib ciley, i�ince of Church-street, since of P.ilmer's-rents, since of Snow's fiphis and late nf No 4, Tyrr's-galcway, all in Bentoadsey, Surrey, juuruc\ man kaihcr-dreater. Tetley, Robert, late of Eeikensbaw, near Leeds, York�!?rre, top-maker, huckster, nud cajiicr. Vardy, Francis, fjruicrly of Upper-Ciloucester-si'-eet, Port-man-squarp, of No. 17, Carburton-street, of No. 32, C"--Biit--slreet, Lelcester-square, uf No 9, Brighlon-sti-eet, and laie uf King's Head-yard, Uukestreei, l.iiicoin's loE-iitiJs, M:d'll<:-sex, stabls.lie-.'pcr. Fletcher, .Samuel, late of But!ey-Carr, near Devsbuiy, Yorkshire, clothier, H�.vkiu8, John, formerly of Unrdwick, and 'Mf of Banp-tou, Oxford, farmer, M'iVlasler, William Johii, late of Bartletl's.tuilli.ng.s, Holbuiu, iu Ihe cily of Lonriiin, wholejale watth-ma;n.ifac-turer, Hitcbcoik, Robert, late of West .Mur^thlon, SumcrsersbirE miller. Todd, Charles, ble of Alfiird, Lii:co!ii�.hirc, vTlaiUer. Sharpley, Charles George (sued by the iiace of C, G. Sharp-ley, formerly of Upton, BucUiiighamsiiire, ftu.l lyte of Cnnr-lutte-Terrace, New Cut, Lambeth, Surrey, schuijltaasler, GriSlh, Joseph, late of Hinh-slr. el, Bloomvbury, Wi-i-dlesex, brush mak.-r and cloifa-salesinuu. Jellilnan, James, formerly of CuBinierrial-place, City-road, ilidtlirsex, blacking-manufae.lurer (iu cop^^^t^f5.^lp with Henry Meyer and Jo.hii Thomas Greeutbaw, aud U'At of Tooley-�lreel, Soulhwark, Surrey. lobiccuMst), also lelPtk to Messrs. Pellatt lind Creep, Et, Paul's Churc|j-^;rd, glaas-nia-jufacturaa.   

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