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   Wednesday Times (Newspaper) - June 21, 1826, London, Middlesex                                JUNE 21r Price His DISTRESSED a p the Grace the Archbishop of and subse quently the Bishop of in the Chair It was That remittances be made for the Relief of Manufacturers to the following places 0 0 5 0 the Distressed Manufacturers To for and adjoining To Little near Bolt ToHeytesbury and iuo To for 200 To 50 Amount of Subscriptions already lOd ADDITIONAL T at Lloyds 5 Collected in small sums uy the Ladies of 12 9 Collected in small sums by the Ladies o Ware and by Miss Rolleston 74 5 90 Subscriptions from per and Of the Stewards of the Ball in in aid oftheFund 48 15 Collected by Ledger 27 2 6 From the Parish of Buck near per Armstrong 5 10 0 From the Parish of near Bazeley 6 0 DattdHowell 0 Samuel Latham John Jekeh Laitham 30 John Ward 20 Rice 20 William Collins 2 0 Walter andSchool 2 10 Finchs 2d subscrip 1st paid in York shire 20 Standen 10 Gorely 1 10 Bazeley 1 0 Winthrop 1 1 Humphreys 1 0 Mr Stauden 10 Small Subscriptions 5 S INTRODUCTORY BY W GOTHIC YOUNG GENTLEMEN are BOARDED and EDU CATED in the and Latin Merchants Geo and for Twentyfour Guineas per Annum Two Guineas Entrance Vacations one month from the day of breaking The Newman Humphreys Griffin j Campbell Cntharinecourt and Davies trtid Holborn School will Reopen on the 14th of 132 16 per ichanlCompton 550 Twttchln I 00 6nKlTwttcUin 1 00 ames Bodnian 100 100 ohn Mayor 100 0 0 rederickWinterbottomS 0 0 lobert Baker Lance Humphries Sudd and Gray ichard Basing James Kitcat Lord Miss Brinton Wajendie ohnBarfleld Bunny Specr 2 ohn Tanner homas Smith Worsley ohn ohn Hazell 65 70 per Jervis and The Old Bank TEACHERS AND AN WANTED in a RESPECTABLE ESTABLISHMENT near a LADY as an who Is tho rough Mistress of various fashionable with grammatical knowledge of and who can converse that a YOUNG LADY as Junior Teacher and also a Yonng Lady as an Articled Letters to be left free at Leadenhall directed Stephen farmer and June July at Bousfield and or Thomas June July nt Mitchell and New Fenchurchstreet Ulph and Benjamin late of June July at Upper Richard Chipping builder and car July at Richard Lucas marketgar Jime July nt July at Bankrupts to siirrendcr in the John June Serjeants or L TSmas Devonport July Thomas July Aug Subscriptions from per Minet Fector and Collected at Marys John Maule 38 10 George 50 Captain Purser Dowers 2 0 Captain 5 5 Knocker 300 Langley 2 Chalk 1 6 0 Captain Dubois Smith 2 00 James Moon 300 John Maule 2 00 MissCullen 100 Inglia3 collec tions at the Wesleyari Chapel 2 Collected by Ste ricker 28 Collected by Jell 30 Gravener 1 Admiral Winthprp 1 Small subscriptions 0 Norcop Sreswell Pigot William Furber Thomas Tweinlow John Clayton Stubbs Richard Croxton Painter EdwardBayley A Friend William Unett Unett Stanley Lady Markham Noncley Broughton Foseph Richard 0 Ann Bayley 0 Mesdames Walford and a 5 5 i i 5 2 1 1 1 5 5 1 1 1 1 2 2 5 1 1 1 2 00 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 00 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 00 00 0 0 Boyd Small Subscriptions 755 Per Curries and AFriendtotheDistrcssedS 3 0 Per Fuller and WANTED IN A SERIOUS FAMILY TWO one to undertake Honsehold work and Plain Cookuig the other to Nurse aii work well at her and make herself generally Apply at Aldersgate LONDON STOVE GRATE opposite the Mansion Crutched respectfully return their best thanks to the for the li beral support they have and bej to assure that they will unremittingly endeavour to merit their future by continuing to sell Superior Manufactnretl for which since the commencement of the have given such distinguished and decided They also solicit those who are or modernizing their to inspect their large and diveraifled Assemblage of FASHIONABLE and both elegant and after the chaste calculated either for ttie mansion or the cottage likewise a variety of Kitchen with or without arid steaming either on a smaller extensive and on highly approved and sci entific embracing economy with real utility aud Vertical Roasting ingreat The LONDON STOVE GRATE COMPANY beleave to apprise the and that they can have made in conformityWith their own and at a very short notice Staircase awl Gallery executed in the reigning taste Bells and Alarunis hung on with the utmost precision and neatness Iron Chests and Book Cooking XJtensils in iron and and Smithes Work iii all its Ladies and Gentlemen desirous ascertaining the expense of fitting up their houses in any of the above may be waited on in Town or furnished witi an and Ware heated by steam or on a system of demonstra tive Patent Portable and Vapour of the most simple particularly recom mended for bathing as well private the price from Five Guineas to Twenty and The Patent Smoke and various improvementsfor etfectually curing smoky are to be had the above Prompt payment and no and Ranges in Town or by experiencM Woito6n on the most reasonable Please to tUeXondori StoveGrate Company have no other Warehouse thantne above Ranges and Stoves taken in Anonymous 1 Per Kay and 10 6 2 Per Lubbock and 24 80 00 00 12 6 10 00 July at at the Kings Attor Battye and or near boot and July at at at the Pack At Mesers Battye and Chancery or doughs and James June July nt at the or Edward and June July at the Warwick Wortliam or Edward late of grocer and at July at at the Six Bury Ed Symoudxs or Way Bury John roadcontractor and July at at the Office of or John June July at at the MrMawds or Adlington and Arthur July at July at at the Royal Vizard and Lincolns or Prueii and John commissionagent and hopmer July at July at at the Pack Hud Grays or Lay Clayton John Taylor late of manu June at at the Royal Lingard and Stockport Hurd and Inner John merchant and general June July at at tlie Ramsbottom and or and Temple Robert and Samuel cotton Dpiuners and June July at July at at the Battye and or Archer and July C and Tower Royal aud Clarke and James woolstapler and woollenclothmBB or Smith and William July at 2 at Whites or Perkins and Gray a William surgeon and July at the Deausgft Blilne and or Thomas July i at Whites or John June at aft Court Leeds July at the Bradtcr at at the Court AttonueSyi Old or Gerald merchant and 4 at the Dale or Battye and July Broughton and Yates and haberdasher merchant North plumber and dealer in Frome SemeisrtT sackmanufacturer Collected at Womesley by the Thomas per Perfect and Smith 903 Parishioners of Bridge 128 10 5 rule and 0 0 Devon 2 10 1 0 SterrySt Bermondsey 550 A Collection at King in per Davis and Wall Bissell John Morris Crammer Miss Gwaller YORK CARRIAGE WHEEL OSNABURG REGENTS MACE AND beg leave to acquaint the and they have standing for SALE at their a variety of New and Second Halflieaded a Selection of which will be sold by on the 3d of may leave their Carriages only for Standing and Cleaning on moderate Thomas Fencott James Cheese Hayward Richard Blinks John Meredith Edward Cheese John Mitchell Thomas Rogers James Davies Mark Noble Hinchliff The Al Margate Steampacket Compa being the pro ceeds of an excursion to Sheerness in the Captain Peter on the 31st of May 51 3 0 Subscriptions from the town of per John Cowell 39 6 0 A Friend 100 George Edison 500 Per and Co Subscriptions from per tidd 34 10 5 The Township of Bux per and 22 4 6 Per Weston and Thomas 5 0 0 Halliday Hum 2 6 Paule Per Barclay and dihgham 20 Dorking Town and Pa 2d Subscription per 12 Q 0 Workmen in the ploy of Jolhfles and Woolwich Per Barnett and John of Church per Denison and Co 1000 and The Worshipftil Couipa 1 ny of Cordwamers 50 0 Per Mastennan and Co Produce of an Amateurs Theatrical Perform ance at Stamford 5 50 Collected in Dudley Church by the Brooker and Powell 77 2 7 Per and JohnShuckburgh 50 Shuckburgh 5 0 William Winder 10 Per Curtis and Aylett 10 1 1 20 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 Sundry small sums un der 48 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 10 0 0 00 0 0 00 00 0 0 4 0 June This Gazette that the King granted the per and White Leach 0 0 Samuel Whitchurch Parsons Charles Hitchcock 0 0 20 0 0 13 C 0 Per Jdnesj and 300 and MissGwyn 1 10 0 Per Collected at Ground Chel after a Sermon by the Bumce 13 6 0 100 and Ibotson 500 Per Herries and 3 0 0 Per Drummond and Jfflcors and Men of the last Division 5tU Foot 7 7 10 Per Coutts and 100 1 00 5 0 0 Per Childs and Litchfield 500 Holder V 0 Subscriptions received by all the Bankers in Town and Coun try and atjhe City of London where the Committee continue Applications to the Committee must be addressed Francis K and superscribed dignities of Earl and Marquis to the Earl of by the titles of Earl Jennyn and Marquis of Bristol of a Baron to the Marquis of by the title of Baron Tadcoster to the Maiquis of by the title of Baron Somerhill to the Earl by the title of Baron Wigan to by the title ef Baron Ranfurly to Sir by the title of Baron Fariiborough to Sir John Fieming Lei cester the title of Baron De Tabley to James Archibald Stuart Wortley by the title of Baron Wharn cliffe to Charles by the title of Baron Fe versham and to Charlds Rose the title of Baron Declarations of Insolvency filed by C Ralph late of but now of June June William John late of lacemanufac but now of wooUeiiyarnspinuer and June Bankniptcies Henry joiner John silkthrowster and cottonspinner and George Kent Pearson and George Frederick Mac silkmanufacturers Bankrupts to surrender in Basinghall Richard late of June July at Francis Alexander and Alexander June at July nt Mr Clements Thomas June July at William June July at John and George merchants and June July at Pollen and John and Upper Johnstreet Commmercialroad June at June a July at Stymourplace Stephen late of maltster and corn and June at July at 11 Teesdale and James late of scr vener and June July at July at 10 Junius late of June July 1 at Thomas formerly of Gloucestershire bnt now of generalcomminsion Jun July at July at Rushbnry Robert Upper upholiterer and June July at Saunders aud Irish Mau Gwat near Hoxton New City Caiinl Rope ropemaker Old Dissolutions of and as far as regards the said George and wine and and and manufacturers so far as concerns the said Richaixlson Hitchings and clothfactors Bell and Regent and woollenyarnspinners Wilcox and patten and and Holbeach farmers and and Burton Latimer and crape and silk and and White and wholetale stationers Bennett and clock and Harriet Louisa lace mannfacturers Ellison and flax and brickmakers and cock and Limehouse mast and Roberst on and and and and Londou anil Peters as far as relates to and THE MONEY Money and the premiurn caff Exchequer Bills advanced in consequence abpai per The sole transaction of any magmisfe in English Stock was a sale of Reduced per made shortly before the close of basBixesss Consols for the Account left off at In South American the tendency to and tbe number of associations figure in the SharemarHet is gradually of tor June Declaration of Insolvency filed by Richard warehouseman and agent one Solomon June Bankruptcy Joseph from June 17 at at the Court of of to surrender in Basinghall George carpenter and June July Hallett and Mary John Davis July at at Warne and William July at July at at Old Humphry army agent and June July at NewClements Inn William Isle of June at July at Crowder and Thomas Wilkinson and James late of Wood Manchester and July at July at Bankrupts Ui surrender in the William Sidney 7 at at the Royal Attor King and Grays Innsquare or Richard July at the Red SboropsWre at the at Benbow and Lincolns or Buttortoa and Market up of the accounts oFparticular the distribution of some pittance of a diva among the unfortunate An arrived yesterday from with letters of The 5 per Rentes were vat and the 3 per at one Thursday was settlingday at the Foreign Steefc but the transactions have been that no interest attached to the TBOBBr who have sold South American Stock the do not appear to have procured it for o verjso readily as was and the from that and no underwent The scarcity of money in has in a very trifling Consolmarket has acquired more firmness closing price for July was The price French 5 and 3 per were and The exchange on at one express arrived from wiffip letters of Wednesday The had experienced some and the asr would have been still 4K a as the letters bVtfor some large salesamade on account of En The 3 per left off at and without the dividend for end of the The 5 per were Exchange on at one 25vfffi It also by advices received yesterday fewac that the Funds have advanced the Austrian Metalliyues are quoted at courier had arrived at Vienna from the with communications of a very satisfacfogr nature from the Russian the Emperor ing received the news of the acceptance of his matum by the and having expressed MmseEB much gratified at the manner in which the tidn had been brought to a It expected that orders immediately for withdrawing the Russian army of observatawr stationed on the banks of the Money to be much more abundant on the continent toast mil 4haT this as the letters mention that stock could be obtained at Frankfort at the 2f per per The transactions Stock Exchange possessed no interest ye Consols for the account at one part oti were a shade but recovered afterwa both the South American funds and shares weredS nlMr Monday Funds had assumed a very and Consols closed at Stock of all the new American States was larly dull of and in Shares scarcely a which have been for some days at per that rate bu short time found again the level Gonsolmarket was very Securities fluctuated considerably they low as but the closing price was   

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