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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 11, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NillMBEK 5621. LONDON,; ]ytp!NpA;jf ipEC 11, 1820 THEATRE-HOYAL, DRVIIY-LANE. , THIS   EVENING.   MONDAY,   Dec. 11, bia M'ajesiy'a .Serranis will fKttorm tlie Tragic P14y of' '   " PIZAHUO.' Sjisninrdii-AInnzo, Mr. CnopT; Pbarro. Mr. Tlioinp. siiii V Valverile, Mr. Barn.iril ; f^as CasBB, Mr. Vope. EIrirs, Itfiii. E^erlou (her first,appearance in I'bat Ciiaraclerat this Tlip.iircV Heru.W�--^AlaJfHa, Mr. Poivcll; Riillii, Mr. VTallack; Otozeralio, Mr. Boolh.   Cora, Mrs. VV. West. ' After wbirh, the favourite RxtrnvnsrAiiza calletl OKJVANSI IN UJNDON. Don Ginvamii, Mailame V*�tit�; Lrporello, Mr. Harley ; Mr; Plore^.tifi^ Fiftickiii, Sir. ,8iiniard; .Mr. Deputy Eiiglicli, Mr. Gattie. Mrs. Leport'lln, Miss Ciilnlt; Miss Coostantia Quixotte, Mi.w PtWey; .Mrs, ?Mz\'\t^0t'm Orzer; Mrs. Draiuejtulry, Mra. Dobbs; SqMa'lliiK F�u, Mr5. Blauti, The Doors wUriie op'neH at Half.fiatt Six u'Chick, and 'iWferfomauces on each Eveniiie rtiii/nicncc at Sevi-n. ?�el; Quake, Mr. Blaiicbard; Charles, Mr. Hunt; Simun, Mr. Emery; Smart, Mr. Comer. Sophia, Misj Foute; Viicrelia, Miss lieauaaoui; Rose, Miss Love. �vxe9, 7s ; Second Price, 3s. 6d.-Pit, 3s. 6d.; Second f-rite., 29.^-^allery, 2�.; Second Price, Is.-Upper Gal-lerj, 1 s.; Second Price, 6d. Plares for the Bovrsto betaken of Mr. Brandon, at the Box-OIKce, Hiirl-street, frum Ten till Four. A Private Box maybe htd fur the Sedsoii, j)r uighlly, of Mr. Brandon, at the Uox-OlBcf. T.i-tnnrrow, tbe new Tragedy of Wallace, with No Song lti> Slipper. '>ii Wcdocsdny, .Shaltspearc's Conirdy of Twelfth Night. Ou Frid.-iy, the Musical Play of The Slave. OLY.MPIC THE.iTKE, NEVVCASTLE STREET, STRAND. rsNHlS EVENING, MON DA V, December H, Q, will be performed, THE HIGH UOAD TO MARRIAGE. Jlfltr which (first lime), a New Comic I?urlclta, called WHY DID 1 MARRY? ^'rinolpal Characters by Air. Ouwion, Mr. Oxbcrry, and Mrs. \V. S.Chatlerley. After which will he introduced, Snrprisinn and Unpa. ralleled F.'ats of Aeility.by KA.MO SAMEE, the CHIEF of the INDIAN JL'GGlij'ERS. To conclude'wilh TOM TIIU.MB. Kin; Arthur, Mr. Dow-ttiu. The Doors n HI iie opened at Six o'Clurk, and the Per-fiirniaicce nuaimeMcc ai a Quarter before Seven precisely. Ilalf prire at llalf-p:.Fl Eicht. Under the Palrooage of the Right Ilouonrabli! The LORD MAYOR and the SHERIFFS uf LONDON. EAST LONDON THEATRE. ,70R the BENEFIT of iVJr. WEBB. THIS iJ   EVEMKG, MONDAY, December 11, will be acted JOHN BULL. Denis Bfulgruddery, Mr. Webh, who in the course of the rvenini will sitij a variely of his most cflebraled Irish �S-mgs.   T-he celebialed soup nf " Old 'I'owU-r,"  by  Mr. Prtj lie;  and the       D-. d. a dozen. .Sold by Mr. 'Atkinson, Perfumer, 44, Gerrnrd-slreet, Sobo-K{luate;-JJc8sr�iGa  with the above-the general .appcaraBce�ffbe spurious desciiplions will deceive the nn-guarded, and for their detection, J. B. and Son snbmvl the fbllowin^ Gamtions: some are in appearance at first sight " TheGei�uine,'" but without any Name or Address-some  " Burgess's "Essence of Anchovies"-others " Burgis's"- and many more wilhout Address. JOHN BURGESS and SON having been many yeais ^huouoied with such distinguished, approbation, feel every gealimeDt of respect towards the Pabllc, and earnestly so-.licit Ihetn to icspect the Labels previous to purchasing what -.they conceive to be of their make, which they hope will pre. .vent many disappointmenls. EHRGES.S' NEW SAUCE, for general purposes, having :(fiven such great satisfacttdii, continues to be prepared by liieii>,aiid is recommended ai a oiost useful and courenieut :S.'Wce-willkeep good ia all climates. Wai-ehouse, 107i Strand, corner of. the Savoy-strf.i, Lsii-4lon.-CTbe Original Fisb-Sauce Warehousc.J Thti day is^puHIis1j�ai'rn'ort�vo," price 49. 6d. OW:      AN:   Tfl I II D  ,CAT>fTO. Printed Viy R. preenlaw, High; Bolboru : and sold by every Bookseller in the Kingdoih.. This day is pdUI(sh�d, by the Author, at No. 6, Red Lion-court, Fleet-street, and sold by 4II Buoksejiers, AFEW SPECIMENS of the ARS LO-GICA C0PLEL4NA;  or, the Solicilor-if^DeraPs Logic. By FRANCIS MACIRONE, Laie Aidc.de-Camp to King Joachim, &c. &c.; Author of " Inleresling Facts .relative to the Fall and  Death of Juaehim Mural, King of Naples"-" The Capitulation of Paris in 1S15," Publisiieti'by Ridgway, of Piccadilly. This day is-pubiished, price 5i. boards, 'A NTI-SCEPJilClSM ; or, an Iixjuiry iiHo the Nature and Philosophy.>of Language, as comzected ' wiih tbe Sacred ScrifHlirea. ��--T*r -�� : . By the Author of " The PhlJosopby of Elocutidil.'V -� It most be remeaalicredtbat Connexion is nolideirtity."-~-Rrmarl|# on Scepltcism.         vv TJlis day waa. published, in one Volume I2ma. price 6a. hoards, the Second Edition, of 1. fT^LISA BETTA ; o�>ia,   glr   Esiliali   nilla JCi Siberia.   Tradotia dal Francese di Madama COT-TIN, da M. SANTAGNELLO. Aspese di G. c W. B. Whiltakerj H. Colburn e Co.; e Longman e Co. Of vyhora may be had, by ihe same Author, 2. DICTIONARY of the PECULIARITIES of the ITALIAN LANGUAGE.   8vo. price 9s. 6d, boards, 3. A COMPENDIOUS and EASY ITALIAN GRAM-AIAR. 12mo. price 6�. 6d. bound. 4. PRACTICAL EXERCISES upon all the PARTS of SPEECH in the ITALIAN LANGUAGE. 12mo. price 3s. Sd. bmind. PORSON'S EURIPIDES, WITH INDEX, Handsomely primed in 8vo. price IBs. boards, IT^URIPIDIS HECUBA. ORESTES, li PHtENlSSiE, et MEDEA, Qualuor ex Euripidis Tragaediis, ad Eidem maouscriploiuni eiiiendala;, et notis iiisiruclse. Etlidit RICARDUS rORSON, A.M. Editio currecliur, cui Ires Indices accedunt. Printed for G. and W. B. Wbiltnker, 13, Ave Maria.lane. Of whom nt^y be had, separately, PORSON'S EURIPIDIS HECUBA, 8vn. price 4s. sewed. ----ORESTES, 33. ----PHCENISS.�, 3s. MEDEA, 3s. Also, lately published, EXCERPTA E POETIS GRiEClS, in U^im Sludiosje Juvcntntis; cnra Noiis Pbilulugicis.    Edidit M. Hodge, A.M.- Para Prima. 8vo. price IO3. 6d. boards. Jnst pulUished by J. HARDING, 36, St. James's-slreet, Londun, TREATISE 0.1 iMlLDEW, and the CUL- TIVATION of WHEAT, including Hints on tbe Use of Lime, Chalk, Mail, Clay, Gypsuiu, &c. By Francis Blaikie, Steward and Agent lo T. W. Cuke, Esq. Pric� la. 6d. Also by Ihe same Anthnr, An ESSAY on llrf CONVERSI0N of ARABLE LAND into PASTURE, and on other Rural Subjects. A New Edition.   2b.     .       - -      - -At) ESSArSo the MANAGEMENT of FARM-YARD MANURE and Formation of Compost; accompanied with a Plate, and Description of Ihe Inverted Horse Hoe, in-vrnlcd by the Author.   New Edilion.   2s. A TREATISE on the MANAGEMENT, of HEDGES asd HEDGE ROW TI.MBER.   .Second Edilion.   23. GRISENTHWAITE'S NEW THEORY of AGRICUL-TURE, in which the Nature of .Soils, Crops, and' Manures, is explained, and the Application of Bones, Gypsuha, Lime, Chalk, ic. determined on Scientific Principles.   5s. A REPOUT made lo Ihe Workington Agriculhiral So-ciely, by l4�e President, J. C. Cni-weu, E=q. M.P. 8vo.   Ss. Thi-i work gives a detnil of Ihe proceedings at theSchoose Experimental Farm, for the t�st live years, including a general view of recent Discoveries and Improvements in AgricHltnre. A PRACTICAL TREATISE on Ihe CULTURE and MANAGEMENT of PpiATOES.  2s. Patroinse*^ by her Majesty and his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Russia, and most of the Nobility, OiVLAND'S MACASSAR OIL__A. Row. land and Sou respectfully caution Ihe Public againtt S|�-itr4ous Oil under thai name-theirs is -the Origiaal and Geuuine,und Ihey have just received a valuable supply from Macassar. Its salubrious properties in preventing the Hair beinrf injureil-resloring it when fallen-promoting its growth on the baldest plsces, and enhancing lis beauty is wonderful. Each genuine bollle is signed on the oulside label, in red ink, " A. Rowland and Son."-Price 3s. 6d. 7s.-lOs. fiil.-and One Guinea per bollle. Also, ROWLAND'S ES.SENCE of TYRE-By merely wetting the hair with this preparation, llic Proprietors warrant lo produce immediately a perfect chnnge in Red or Grey Hair, Whi-skers, Eyebrows, &c. lo a beautiful glossy and permanent Brown or Black, imitating Ihe exact natural colour-washing makes this Dye more durable. Ladies or Genllrraen may dye their Hair with ease and secrcsy.-Price 48.-7s.6d._and lOs.lid. Sold wholejiale, retail, and for exportation, by Ihe sole Proprietors, A. Rowland and Sun, corner of Kirby-street, the tirsi turning on the right in Halton-gnrden, Holborn, Lou-.Jle|�Uneiifj'-|ttT>J>�4J�Jtenant, vice Henry Rich, who exchanges-dated as above. 67th ditto-Hospital.Assislant Joseph Trigance to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Gilder, promoted on the Staff- dated November 9, 1820. 82d ditto-Lieutenant George Duncan Drummood, from halfpay 21�t Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice John Ryan, who exchanges-dated November 30, 1820. 86lh ditto-Lieutenant John Hart, from Ihe 35lh Foot, to be Lieulcnaul, vice James Leche. who retires upon half-pay 89lb Foot, receiving tbe difference-dated November 23, 1820. 2d West India Regiment-Lienlenaul Cornelius Jones Dunn, from half-pay uf the Regiment, lo be Lienlenant, vice Dawson, appointed to the 53d Fool-dated November 30, 1820. Assistant-Surgeon John Crapp Spry, from half-pay of Ihe 55th Foot, to be Asaiatant-Surgeon, vice Maclauchlane, appointed to tb^ Slaff-dated Nuvcmber 6, 1820. 6lh Royal Veteran Battalion. Lieutenant Stanley Ireland, from half pay of the 87th Foot, lobe Lieutenant, vice Edward Taylor, who exchanges- dated November 30,1820. 9lh Royal Veteran Battalion. Ensign John Hogan to be Adjutant, vice Stewart, who resigns the Adjulantcy only-dated as above. HOSPITAL SFAFF. Assistant-Surgeon Peter Maclauchlane, from the 2d West India Regiineni, lo be Assistanl-Surgeoa lo Ihe Forces- dated November 6, 1820. To be Hospilal-Assistanis lo the Forces. Hospital-Assistant Henry Gufle P.irken, fruni half.oay- dated October 25, 1820. Georee Darlnell, Geitl. vice Blair, deceased-dated November 30, 1820. BREVET. Lieutenant-General Sir Alexander Campbell, Bart, and K.CB. to have the local rank of General in Ihe East Indies only- dated as above. Memoranda. The appointment of Lieutenant Ireland, from half-pay 87th Foot, to be Lienlenaul in ihc 9ih Royal Veteran Battalion, as stated in the Grazef/e of 25th ult. has nut taken place. The appointment of Hospital.Assistant Trigance to be Assisiaul Surgeon in Ihe 17ih Foot, as.sluled in the Gazette of 21st Oclcber last, has not taken p\�t^. The Christian names of Ensign Fil2 Roy,of Ihe 88th Foot, are William Simon Houghton. The Christian name of Second Lieulenaul Grey, of Ihe Rifle Brigade, is Chai lea. The names of the Gentleman appointed Ensign in the 51st Fool, on the 16lh ultimo, are Edward ju.'^cph Johnson. Colonial Corps attached lo Quarlermasler.Gcnerars Department at Ihe Mauritius. IJeulenant George Ford, from the Royal Artillery, to be Captain-dated November 30, 1820. Commission in Vip. Cocjueldale Rangers, signed by Ihe Lord Lieutenant of tlie Couniy (j/'Northuniberlaml. John Orde, Gc'iit. lo be Cornel, vice Grey, resigned-dated Octiiber 31, 1820. ___^ Crown-Office, December 9, 1820. MEMBERS IlKrUIlNKD TO SEBVE IN THIS PRESENT PARLIAMENT. Boniugh nf IVesfbury-SW Alanasseh Masseh Lopes, of Maristi.w Huiise, in the comity of Devon, Barl.; and Philip John Miles, uf Leigh ConrI, in Ihe parish of Abboils Leigli, in the county of Somerset, Esq in Ihe room of Nathaniel Barton, Esq. who has accepted Ihe Chilteru Hundreds, and Jonalhaii Elfurd, Esij. wlio'has accepted the ofHce of Steward of his .Majesty's iMauorufEasI Heudred. BANKRUPTCYSUPERSEDED. Joseph Ellis, of Wellingore, Lincoln, inallsler. BANKRUPTS. Mallhcw  Daly, formerly of Ilolbern, Middlesex, soda water mauofaciuier, and late of Blackman-streei, .Sonlli-warkjdealerin spirits, lo surrender, December 16, 23; and 	u	1"	0 0	0 s:		s 5	1- s.  d.	.V.  d	s. d.	d.	s. d	S.    d	s. d	.T. d. 55   6	34   6	27   0	20   2	39   2	41   1	1=1   1	0   0 January 20, at ten, at (JniidhaH, Lnndmi. Atloiiicy, Mr. Ctiticaiien, Change.allcy, Coriiliill, London. Thomas Inchbnld, of Leeds, bimkseller, to surrender, December 9,al Ihe Rose and Ciowii Inn, Hnddersfictd, 18, and January 20,at Ihe Golden Lion Inn, Leed.t, al cleren. � Ai-torneys, Mr. R. Ballye, Chancery-lane, Lumlon ; and Mr. W. Ballye, Birstal, near"Lcods. Susannah Laycock and Georac Brooke, .of the .Minories, London, slopsellefs, lo surrender, Drcemjier 16, 23, and January 20, at twelve, al Gnildh.ill. Attorney, .Mr. Lake, Caleaton-slrcet. John Varey, late of Lee flreen, nrar Wakefield, York, cloth-maker, but now of America, lo sunender, Drci-mbirr 13,14, and January 20, al eleven, at Ihe Stnr Inn, Pnntrfrart, Yorkshire. Allornc^s, Messrs. Sinithsoii and Ramskill, Pontefract. John Builer, Crispin Bntlir, and Francis Butler, of Dim. ninglon, York, butter fuclur.s, to surrender, Doemiber 20 al seven, 21, and January 20, al eleven, al the Old Sand' Hill, Oilliergaie, York. Alloriieys, Mr. Walker, ISew-lno, London ; and Mr. Walker, Colliergalc, York. John Cobley WclsforJ, nf Adam's-rouri, OIH I^oail*lreel, London, inerchant, lo surrender, December 16, 23, .and Ja..'' niiary it^-at, t,wfilj�,^t Guildhall. Atioi-nef/-Mr. Pf�ff, Ne'w nostrell-court, Lincoln's Iniv-fiel.l.i. James Bevans, late of Ihe City.riiHil, and of Taheriiaclc-walk, Finsbory-squarr, Middlesex, tiinher-mfrchant, to surrender, December l9, 23, and January 20, nl iwilye, at Guildhall, Loudon. Allorney, .Mr. MillwarJ, Old Bailty, London. Daniel Thomas Price, of Hailywell-slrcet, Shoredilch, Middlesex, bnlrher, to surreudeE, December Hi, 19, anil January 20, al eleven, at.GuilJhaSL Loudon. Atlurney, Mr. Gray, Tyson-place, Kii^land-roa^. John Wilson and George Wiingli, of Aider.iffTle-slreel, London, wliolesale-hatl'eri', 10 sii^ender, Decenilier 16, 19, and January 20, at ten, at Guil<|iiall. Allorney!', Messrs. Allislon and Hundleby, Freeman'^Tcnurt, Cornhill, London. Charles Symonds and William Taylor, of Walling street, London, warehou.seniEn, to snrrentler, Deeember IG, 23, and January 20, at eleven, ai Guildhall. Allorney, Mr. Sicel, Qneen.street^ Chenpsiile. Richard Sharpus,lale of Berkeley-square, but now of Davies-streel, Berkeley-fquare, Middlesex, dealer in china, to surrender, December 16, 23, and January 20, al leu, al Guildhall, London. Attorniy. f High Melton, Yoik, corn-faclor, at eleven, al the Kinit's Head Inn, Barusley. January 13. A. Palon, of Old Gravel-lane. ICalclilFe-highway, Middlesex, soap-manufacturer, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. December 30. C. Wright, of the Strand, Middlesex, wine-mircliant, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. December 30. G. Elmer, of Mistley, Essex, merchant, al ten, al Guildluitl, London. December 30. P. Leigh, late of Wincham, but now of Has. liui;ton,Chester, tanner, at eleven, at Mr. Barker's, Wit-ton, Chester. January 2. A. Parkinson and J. Dnckett, of Manchester, calico-printers, at ten, al the Bridgewaler Arms Inn, Manchester. Deeemher3�. J. Watson and H. Watson, of Friday-street, Loudon, warehousemen, iit leu, at Guildhall. December 23. A. Gompertz, of Great Wincb^iler-slrret, Londun, mercbaBrfSf?i�Rr^iSirfldliaJI. ' December 19. G. Channer, late of Jamaica, and now of Sutton, Middlesex, merchant, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. January 8. E. Matthews, of Chestej, saddler, at seven, at Mr. Finchell's Office, Chester. December 30. G. Jackson, jun. of Bishopsgale-street-Wilh-onl, London, surgeon, al iwelve, al Guildhall. December 30. F, Deverenx and M. Lambert, of Brabant-court, Philpot.Iane, London, merciiauts, at eleven, at Guildhall. December 12. J. Lomas, of the While Horse, Fetler-Iane, Lcudon, tavern-keeper, at ten, at Guildhall. CERTIFICATES-December 30. W. Beaven, of Buckley-Mountain, Flint, limbermer-chaut.-T. Gowland, of Great Winchesler-slicel, London, merchant.-D. T. Clarke, of Gerrard-slreet, Sobo, Middle, sex, laceman.-J. Fitzgerald, of Vine-street, Narrow-wall, Lambeth, and Devonshire-street, Kenninglon, Surrey, lim-ber-n-.erchant.-S. Handlcy, uf Hilderslone, Stafford, miller. -R. Shirley,of Bucklersbury, London,carpet.maiiufacturer. -W. Longhnrst.of Tonbridge, Kent, ironiminger.-VV. Wil-lans, of South Shields, Durham, clothier.-J. Morley, of Ludg.-ite-hill, London, linen.draper.-R. Chalker, of North VValsham, Norfolk, scrivener. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. M. Turton and J. C. Tilney, of .Serle-streel, Lincolu's.Tnn-fields, London, wine-merchants, November 30, 1820-J. Cane and J. Biel, of Oxford.street, bain-dealers, December 5, 1820.-E. Ball aud J. Hill, of Duck-laue, Wardour-slreet, cabinetmakers, July 26,1820-J. Carlwright and J. Johnstone, of Warwick-court, Holborn, commission-agents, November 30, 1820.-W. Johnson and M. Aalley, nf Mumfoid-cuurt. Milk-street, London, Maneliester-warehousemen, .Sep. Icmber25, 1820__G. Davis,  ten. G. Davis, jun. and T. Legs,  of Chorrh.slreel, Horsleydown, Suuthwark, wool, staplers, December 9, 1820. PRICE OF SUGAR. The average price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, computed from the Returns made in Ihe week ending the 6lh day of December, 1820, is34 resaid, and laie of Great Porllandslreel, Oxford-slreel, all in Middlesex, lodging-bttuse-keeper. Bolus, Richard, late oLi Edward-street, Stepney, Middlesex, hakrr. I!iehardson, George, formerly of Rosemary-lane, and laie uf Ralcliffe.bighway, Middlesex, rheesrmoiiger. Prince, Thomas, formerly of Piclon-street, Slokes-crofI, Bristol, Somerselsbire, and late of the Ruse and Crown, Hijli'-'alf, Miildlesex, Lieutenant 00 half-pny of the Ea=t Middlesex .Miiiliii. Smith, Tlimnas, formerly of Upper Mary le.boue-slrerl, and laie of Diana place. New ruad, both In Middlestx, liv ry-slnlile-kccptr Walksr, John, laie of No. 34, Cow.cross,Wcsl Sinilli-ficM, Miridle.six, ejrg salesman. PsrUi r, Janie-s, formerly of No. .^83, Oxford-stieel, Mid-illesex, and lateofNo.6, Tynes-slreel, Weslminsle.", ivory--Iiiinei- .'Mid optician. Cnwiiu, Jul.ii M'.Vlill'an, laie of Union.'Hr.f'. .<^.ititli�!,. k;. .Siirivj, cheescmong,r. ItfoJffsiMs tIiarl,-M Fredrrick, forroprly N -tds, .''rllddlesrx, and iiAie oi' -T.*'. t-.', Parkfr'n-row, Duckllead, Surrey, nierrl.^nt Beddoes, Richard, late of Bishop's Cin.'ih-, Salop, mcrcer. Home, Joliti, late of Bishop's Cisih', Salop, laboiiier. 'ihomas, James, Ule of No.2, Lilil.; Vuik-sii:ci'l,.Bclhoal-Green, Middltscx, wui-.d turner. Luiobaitl, John, Ute of Ihe parish of Hawk Church, Dorse l�hire, f.jrroer. Lulai9ni,..^vl^ late of Assei]ibty>.^ace-, M.ilc-eifd Road, .ainlanirwartJs�5rJiiiTer-�tfcel, u>.4b� Hamlet of 'Mile-end �-Old Town, bolh in Middlesex, ajsislaiil-laodtng-waller iu his Majesty's ('nslonis. Miiroby, William, late of ihe city nf Lincoln, liDiie-dealer. Wullis, Charles, formerly of No. 4, Vali-uline rnw, Loni-lattf, Bt-rmondst'y, Sm rey, and of .\o. .'^l, II liili-sireM, Bolougii. .S'julliwark, carrying on Inisineps tlif-re under ihrr linn of WooUotiio and Walli.s, aflerv,a.-ds of iN'o. 207, lligli sireel, RoroiiEh aforesaid, iinji md    e--!-niei riianis. Mathews, Thomas, lierftofoie i.f No. CO, Cliarlrs slieef, Wrstuiiiister, since of No. 15, C.islle-3irei (, Leicester squire, since 01 Kilkaruey, cuunty of Kerry, Ireland, and laslly of No. If), Caslle-streel, Middlesex aloresiii!, ('.ipluin in bi3 Majesty's Noniiighanisliire Kct^iineiitur .Militia. Tuesday the ad day of Jniuaiy, 18-21, at the sa!.",e hour iintl pifice. Pigol, George, formerly of Derby, afterwardi of No. 24, Fctler-lane, and tale of Shoe-laiie, London, halter. Hnrrison, James, formerly of n.illi-slreet, CIcrkcnwel', afterwards of Bagnigge wells, ninl lali;ot" C.iker'i-i oad, Ckik-enwell. Middlesex, ivury-lurncr. Dow, Charles, laie of Biickingliani-tjate, Piniliro, Middlesex, park keeper and cuw-keepir. Buck, .*Jtephen, formerly of Ol.l Siren-road, .ijofe of No. 191, Hoxloo Old Town, and iite of No. lU.xluo Old Town, grocer and chandler. Bnuknian, Juhu Francis Martin, formnly of Or.an^c-slreel, Leice^le^.sq^Hlp, afterwards 01' Siml  Aiin'i couri,   � Sobo, of Bishop's-c.nir!, Aylesbiiry.5liHt-i. Clei kenweil, aid late   of   Balh-slreei,  Shorediicii,   .MidJIesrx, disseiitiog-minister. Lambert, William, formerly of IiJ2:iehy.cross, Yoik jliire,, cattle-jobber, afterwards of Siokesly, in the i-aid cuouly, CBlllejobbi r and innkeeper. Miles, Thomas, laie of Great Wulerloo-'ilrret, I.ambi.!h, Surrey, miller. VVilkius, John, late of Noltinghani, horse.dealer. New ton, Joseph, late of Bake will, Dn byqhire, auctioneer. Morgan, William, laie of Chatham, Kent, liai r-di es�er. Riddel, Gavi n, laie of No. 7, Uo^lilane, Caiiiioii-sireef, London, Scoleh agent and lod^ing-lioii!.rkeep<'r. Simeon, Felix, late of Uiiioii-slnet, Biistol, Sonierief, iimbrella-manttfaclurer and laceman. Drlrour, Peter, late of No. I'riiircs-slrei-l, Ls-iresler-sqoare, Midillesex, formerly of V\ oolwicli, Kttit, prmt-eller. Hamilton, Robert, formerly uf Dublin, Iielaiid, ul'I'rwaros of Warrington, LanCBsbirfe, 'a�d iatrr 6f Mi^t*ir�tc, K'eiil, a Lieotenant ou half-pay iu Ihe 61st regiineni of foot. Higgins, Juhu Francis, laie of Ei't-sirett, 11.iijiiton, Su."-aex, chemist and druggist, also an OlHctr in lit.s iilajesij'u department of. Oidnance. Burfurd, JSmes, formerly of Woodeliestcr, Gloiicerler. shire, and laie of No. 5, Little Charloite-str e t'orenooii. EnSabelh Johnson, late of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, spinster, a tniHiiicr. Richaid Strickland, laie of Blackrod, in Ihe couniy of Lancaster, clogger anil farmer. Samuel Simisler, late of Salford, Manchester, in the county of Lancosttr, broker. John Ward (sued with others), laie of .M3nclie pi,i-i.irei>l,Spilal6nlds, Middlesex,r(>ach-sprine maker.-J. Son 11.. of Kiiigslon-upun-Mnll, inerchant.-T. Burlingham, Ime of Wurce-ler, glyver.-J Bisnell, of I'hoenix.plaee, 'Higw road, Kuigblsbridge, Middlesex, carpeuler.-;M. Gailick, uf Halifax; York, bookseller.- B. Siiowdon, of Harrow-on ito-Hill, Miildlesexj grocer.-II. Hall, of Nelson.Tei.-a<.e, Kingalaud, Midjjjescx, of Threadnccdle-slreet, aud of tlio Stock Exchange,'Loudon, broker.   

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