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propertso a natural and native productionwith increasing satisfaction. The Irish PROVISIONs are rather languid, at this moment, in the Marketthat is
the demand is not brisk; and of those articles which maintain their price, as butter for instance, the quantity that can be disposed of is very limited damon
If we direct our attention to internal trade and home demand, it is understood that a kind of sullenness has lately shewn itself, especially since the Coronation has been postponed. To that event, as to an era of splendour, the eyes of all conpeeted with the world of fashion were anxiously directed, and very great preparauons had been made by many tradesmen to supply the brilliancies called for by the occasion. These, we are told, will not all keep some will lose their lustre and others will be superseded by devices still newer, and for that reason, if for no other, more elegant. This is always a part of the character of that inconstant goddess Fashions. Her votaries must obey, whatever it may cost her handmaids ; her handmaids must provide, whatever be the consequences ; they must invent combine E persuade-insist : and, if they please to live, must live to please. To what other notorious circumstances combine
with this postponement, we have no occasion We are led to believe, from the report of those who should know, that the work men in our chief manufacturing towns are in employ, very generally, if not unisversally, it is true, however, that the rate of wages is stated to be too low, on which we do not presume to offer a judgment : probably, this estimate is formed on recollection of what has been ; they certainly were, at more than one period within memory, too high.
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The Solicitong Names are between parentheses. *?urla-qu-312.733, ***179 tam AIKIN, J. Liverpool, merchant. (Wheeler, Castle-streetgy: Hawkins, 'D. Sheffield,' itkeeper te ? (Darke & Co. Rek?
Til Holbord 1971. TV p)
Henderson, J. Rotheram, Yurk, grocer Ansel, W. Cambridge, upholsterer," (Smith, Alderman
(Taylor, Jolin-st. Bedforil-row
Henzell, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hinèn drapes Archer, T. Hereford, butcher. (Stocker & Co. Ashby, W.M. Albury, Surrey, paper-manufacturer. (Ste Hitchon, J. H. Midlerminster, factor. (Scadamore, vens & Wood
Temple Askey, W. Oxford-strect, taylor. (Roberts
Holden, T. Blackburn, Lancashire, druggist Aston, R. Red Marley D'Abilot, Worcestershire, dealer in wortti, Gray's lun
(A'Beckett, Broad-street, Golden-square Aspinall, Blackburn, Lancasiuire, brazier.
Holmes, W. Brimiugton, Chesterhold, flour-dealer (Steh
(Armstrong, venson, Lincoln's Inn Staple Inn
Hoyle, T. Wadsworth, Halifax, Yorkshire, manufactureri? Austin, R. J. Rotherhithe, merchant. (Cuppage and (Milne and Parry, Temple
Hyde, J. Stayley-bridge, Cheshire, merehant (Brandrett, Bage, T. South Sbields, joiner and builder. (Smith, Hat
Izod, J. Holboro-bridge, hardwareman (Long & Austen Bagnall, ?. Birmingham, toy-maker, (Egerton, Gray's Jackson, J. Liverpool, sail-maker (Lowe, Sonthampton Inn-square
buildings Bailey, J. Watling-street, merchant (Maugham
James, G. Liverpool, merchant Baker, E. Pope's Head-alley, Corsbill, broker.
(Wheclor, Caste-pt ppet,
(Templer Holborn Bull, Albury, Surrey, paper-manufacturer. (Stevens & Wood James, W. jun. Bromyard, Herefordshire, auctioneer. (WitBentley, R. jun. Liverpool, grocer, (Chester, Staple Inn
liams & Co. Gray's Inn Betty, W. S. Seulcoates, Yorkshire, apothecary. (knowles, Jeeves, J. St. Ives, hatter (Ellis, Chancery lane 1 New Inni
King, c. M. Upper East Smithfield, wine-metehant'! Bibby, R. Liverpool, merchant (Chester, Staple Inn
(Younger Bignell, J. Phoenis-plare, Knightsbridge, carpenter. (Wrent Langhorn, R. & W. Brailsford, Bucklersbarys merehants more
(Lane & Bemett Blackburn, W. Blackhurn, Lancashire, shopkeeper. (Wig. Lee, R. Kingston-upon-Hall, merchant (Rosser & Son lesworth, Gray's Inn
Littler, W. S. Eccleshall, schoolmaster Bleasdale, T. Chorley, Lancashire, ironmonger.
(Chestor, Staple (Alexander & Holme, New Inu
Macdonald, T. Rathbone, place, printseller (Robinson & Boucher, J. sen. Cheltenham, cabinet-maker. (Williams, Hine Exchequer.othce
M'Farlane, A. Postern-row, toyman (Rippon Boullen, P. Norton Falgate, horier. (Hindman
Magor, M. jun. Truro, linen-draper! (Makinson, Middle Bramall, J. Saddleworth, Yorkshire, worsted-spinner. Temple
(Wiglesworth, Gray's Inn Brennand, T. Bread-street, Cheapside, warehouseman,
Mars, J. Saow's-field, Bermondsey, leather-dresser
Martin, J. Liverpool, merchant (Adlington, Balford-rom Babb, 1. G. Grafton-street East, sculptor. (Hackett Burlingham, T. Worcester, grocer.
Mee, W. Market Harborough, spirio-merchant" (Nelson, (Bousfield, Bop
Barnard's Inn verio-street
Middlchurst, J. Blackburn, Lancashire, grocer! (Blake- I Butt, T. Southampton, shoc-maker, (Slade and Jones, lock, Serjeant's Inn
Morley, J. Liverpool, hattor (Lowe, Temple
Moses, L. Great Prescott-street, merchant (Poole
Morris, T. Pitfield-street, Hoxtop, brush-manufacturer
(Slade & Jones Cassidy, T. Liverpool, feather merchant. (Adlington, Bedford-row
Muir, J. Liverpool, merchant. (Lowe, Southinaption
buildings Chalker, R. North Walsham, Norfolk, scrivener. (Warner Chester, J. Doncaster, grocer.
Needham, c. juu, Liverpool, merchant" (Ellis, Char(Lever, Gray's Inn
cery-lane Clively, c. Lamb's Conduit-street, linen-draper. (Jones Oakey, H. Mary le bone-lane, boot-maker (Jones, New Ina Cooper, Eagle-street, Red Lion-sq. cual-dealer. (Bartlett Cooper, S. Tottenhan-court-roud, baker.
Oldham, W. Hop-gardens, St. Martin's-lane, warehousmas (Hurd and
(Windle & Co. Johnson
Paine, T. Baubury, hardwareman (Egerton, Gray's Inn Corf, E. Liverpool, butcher, (Chester, Staple Inn Park, T. Dudbridge, Gloucester, wool-stapler (Adlis Cragg, 3. Empingham, corn-dealer. (Alexander, New Inn
ton, Bedford-row Crawshaw, B. and G. Birstall, Yorkshire, carpet-manufacturers. (Evaus, Hatcon-garden
Peake, I. Rosehill, Drayton-in-Hales, Shropshirt, miller.) Crewson, 1. Boston, innkeeper. (Lodington, Temple Perry, T. & 'J. Reading, iron-founders . (Few, Heart) Cruden, R. P. Gravesend, slopseller. (Gregson, Angel-et.
etta-street Cryer, 1. Siston, Gloucestershire, dealer in flour.
int (Adlington, Bedford-row
Pettinger, W. Sculcoates, wood-tamner (Shaw, Ely place) Daniel, C. W. Bath, joweller. (Faston, Lambeth-road
Pilling, J. Roehdale, Lancashire, woolles-mandfacturer
(Longdill, Gray's Inn Davis, 'T. jun. Little Baddow, pig-dealer. (Richardson and Miller, Now lon
Pittit, R. Eagle-street, Red Lion-square, oilman (Intes
Pocock, G."Tiverton, Somerset, butcher (Adlington, Davison, T. Hinckley, draper. (Seulthorpe
(Bedford-row Derson, K. & W. Chester, curriers. (Philpott & Co. Sonthampton-street
Postans, M. Cheltenham, victualler (Meredith, Lin
coln's Inn Dickinson, J. Church-passage, Guildhall, warehouseman. (Lake
Pratt, J. R. New London-street, corn-factor (Singleton
Pratt, J. R. & W. R. Ravenscroft, New London-street, cura Dorrington, W. Town Malling, collar-maker. (Brace,
factors (Singleton Surrey-street! Downing, F. Huddersfield, grocer. (Jacomb, Basinghall-st.
Robbins, E. & R. B. Muchall, "Birmingham, merchants.
(Long and Austen Dunkin, C. Shad Thames, hghterman. (Sudlow & Co. Dyer, J. Frome Selwood, cordwainer.
Rood, J. Portsmouth, brewer Minchin, Gray's Inu Lion-square (Williams, Red Royde, J. Newgate-street, upholsterer
(Gatty & Ce... Ellintt, C. Cliffe, Sussex, grocer
Roncorn, R. Manchester, plumber (Taylor 1.. paitset!
(Smith, Basinghall-st. Eveleigh, T. High Holborn, shopkeeper
Ritspini, 1. B. Pall Mall, inedicine-vender (Harnett
(Parkin Froggott, J. Leicester, brandy-merchant
Sambach, W. Liverpool, provision-merchant (Taylor, (Jeyes, Chan
Savery, F. Bristol, marino-instránce broker" (Alexander
Scott, J. Huddersfield, wool-stapler (Fisher, Thavies Ing
(Tooke, Searle, J. Lower Grosvenor-street, bookseller (Parkeri Holborn-court Gilson, T. Nottingham, laceman (Long & Austen
Shaw, W. Bleathgill, Westmoreland, cattle-dealer. (Mount Godden, J. F. & N. Wood, Gosport, mercers
Fey, Staple Inn
(Alexander and Holme
Shaw, J. Wem, Staffordshire, victualler (Orifiths, South Golding, H. Oxford, cabinet-maker (Robinson, Charter: Shelley, J. Hanley, Staffordshire, shopkeeper (Williams, house-squared
(Walker, Simpson, J. 8. Elmstead, dealer in candle (Cooker, Nase Hale, W. Miron, Oxfordshire, earpenter (Bridger, An Skrine, C. Bath, grocer (Williams, Red Lion-square geleert
Smith, J. Maneliester, manufacturer (Ellis, Cbaceerpes Hanne, I. Bath, cabinet-maker (Smith, Aldermanbary Postern
Smith,... * T Townley, Manchester," imanın fakturerti
(Hurd, Temple Hardwick, W. Poynings, Sussex, farmer (Souton, Hot Spelman, W. Great Yarmouth, grocer born-court
(Stockery , Ne Beswell-equrt!
Stead, S. Huddersfield, corn-factor (Fisher, Thavien lyn Watson, R. Leyland, Lancashire, farmer (, Temple
Wilby, B. Ossett, Yorkshire, clothier. (Lake, Catea-
(Longdill, Gray's Inn works best wishes from its origiert (Sewelt,"
Wilcox, Hotelbstet, innkeeper's Taylor, J. Shoreditch, corn-chandler Tennant, w. Liverpool, tallers Chester, Staple make ned Withe Cheltenhamos collatere binto (Williams & Thompson, T. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, joineer Marrioti White, Lincoln's Inn Gray's Inn
Woods, 3. flavant, Southampton, grocer. (Minchin, Tolson, R. jan. Dalton, Yorkshire, manufagturer (Clarke, 11 Chancery-lane
Worth, T. Talbot-court, Gracechurchstreethaberdapher Triphook, Te St. Jammer month Chichardson & Miller bookseller (Poole
(Thomasuludo y topogantsslat olara
Wright, w. Bellbroughton, Worcestershire, mercor (ConVaughan, W. Pall Mall, tailor (Slade & Jones
or stable & Co. Symond's lunga Walker, W. Leeds, werchant Gew, Henrietta-street Wright, c. ord Ford, Middlesex, wliarfinger (Gellibrand Warwick, J. Rotherhithe, ship-builder (Tyrrel & Son
11" era in ABRAM, R. Liverpool, July 21 #Foot, B. Gracechurch-street, July 25 Norris P, Liverpool.14.!!
beh Adkins, J. Workworth, July 17 1.4 Forbes, A. B. Bristol, July 26
Nuttall J. Manchester! Allan, w. Throg morton-street, July 29 Ford, G. Oxford-street, July 4
Oakden T. Manchester 'I RICA? Allen, A. Pau Mall, July 22
Forder, W. Basingstoke, July 22 Oakley W., W. Overend, & W. S. OakAnderson, A. Philpot-lane, Jule 29 Fourdringer, H. Cannon-strcotand S. ley, Church-street, Southwark ATUA Anderson, M. Southampton, June 29 Fourdrinier, Charing-cross, June 27,
Peacock R. Limehouse Aubert, N. B. Lloyd's Coffee-house, July 11
Person G. Macclesfield, and W. Sykes,
Forster, E. & R. Wylam, Newcastle-
Peel l C. Harding, and W. Willock, Bailey, C.R. H. Swallow field, July 11 Frears, E. Birmingham, Aug. 19
Perris W. Bath
Petrie J. and J. Ward, Hounslow) Barclay, J. Old Broad-street, July 18, Goddard, S. Cornhill, July 25
Pegroia M. and J. Artillery.street A.' Barrett, w.Old Broadstreet, Jane 27 Gooch, J. B. Northampton-se. July 1 Philip D. Fenclnurehrstript Barfoel, J. Arundel-street, July 2 Graham, R. & S. Sluarman, Leicester-sq. Phillips L. and J. High Holborn Bell, J. R. Old Broad-street, July 18 Grant, G. Coleman-strect, July 15.
Pratt), Banbury Bell, R. R. Hedley, Newenstle-upon-, Great head, T. & W.Outhwaite, July 29
Precce I. Peterborough court Tyne, July 7
Gregson, W. Kingston - upon . Hull, Price D. Watford Beaven, J. Old Carendish-str, July 25 July 22
Price G. Threadneedlc-stteltet 18 Beuness, S. A. Worship-street, Juite 27 Green, J. Branncewell, July 8
Prior J. H. London rond d' Bensly, C. Stroud, June 27
Grimsby, J. B. Kingston - upon - Hull, r Powell G. Little Trinity-landakt Beswick, 1. Manchester, July 31,
Pugh J. Red Laon-treet »t 3** Blakey, G. Bishop Monckton, July 15 Groning, R Broad-street-building, s Rabbeth W. Red Lion-pronage odvali Blakey, W. Leeds, July 15,
July 8, 18
Rains J.S. Wapping-wall? Blow, W. Whitleford, July 25
Harding, S.T., C. Oakes & T. Willinge Ray J and J. Clare, Suffolk Bolon, W. Bury-street, July 21
ton, Tamworth, July 17
Rend A. Lower Groevebet stteet (11) Benring, J. d. Aldgate, July 29
Hardisty, G. & J. Cowing, Bedford-ct. Ready S. Southampton, 19**!,1"} Bolingbroke, H. Great Yarmouih,July 3 Corent-garden, July 1
Rees R. Chathnin
2. when ศส Booker, T.Emsworth, Ang. 7 Harkness, J. Addle-st. July 15, 29
Richards H. Beaconsfield is r 1) Bryan, J. & W.L. Grocers Hall-court, Harvey, J.P. Ipswich, July 1
Ridge G. Reading 18- Bleu July 22
Haslam, T. S. J. & R. Bolton-le-Moors, Roberts S. Sheffield Brown, J. R. & I. M. New Poultry, July 4
Robertson J. and J. Stein, Lawrence July 2 Hill, T. Ledbury, July 26
Pourtney-hilliqit.cat TUT Bradley, W. Jewin-street, July 29 Hobson, J. Manchester, Ang. 7
Rowland R. Strand Bradley, R. Warrington, June 27 Hockley, D. Brook-st. Holborn, Aug. 1 Shelly G. M, Whitechapel? In Bragg, W.A. Rotherhithe-wall, July 25 Hodgson, R. Fleet-st. June 17, Jaly 15 Silvester H. P. Newport hr.),198') Brooke, N. Duke-street, Lincoln's Inn- Hollands, J. Romney-terrace, West- Slocombe J. Bristol fields, July 18
minster, July 22
* Smith J. S Brightbelmastodel **8') Buckley, J. Lawrence-lane, July 15 Holman, W. Totness, July 3
Smith W. Newcastle-upouImeli Byrchmore, T. Caddington, Aug. 1 Hornby, G. Liverpool, Aug. 10
Smith J. and J. Forsyth, Princes-streer Campbell, D., B. Harper & A. Baillie, Horusby, T. Cornhill, July 1
Southey R. and T. Fish-street-biller old Jewry, July !!'
Hort, A. Finsbury square, July 1 Spence W. Bishop Wearmonth, Champaesa, s. Fulham, July 8
Hudson, J. Birchio-lane, July 25 Stephenson L. Beverley"nu' Cole, R. King-street, Fiolborn, July 4 Humble, M. Liverpool, June 29
Stevens J. Cheltenham, Coles, W. Mineing-lane, Aug. 8 Humphreys, S. Charlotte-st. Portland- Summers W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne Collins, J. Gosport, July 15
place, July 25
Swan W. New street, Commercial-toad Collinson, E. Crooked-lane, July 22 Hunt, H. J. Exning, July 17,
Taylor W. Durham-street, Strand:yer') Cooper, H. D. Back-street, Horsley Illingworth, J. Leeds, Aug. 11
Taylor R. Witney! down, Aug. 19
Josling, N. Bexley Heath, July 15, Thompson B.Globe-stairs, Rotherhithe Coote, c. 1. Sutton, Cambridgeshire, Johnson, R. S. Great Yarmouth, July 8 Timberlake E. Great Mary le bone str June 30 Jackson, H. Strand, July 09
Tomling J.Gray's Inx-lane) Corthpra, C. Isle of Ely, July 14 Janeey, J. Liverpool, July 13
Tomlinson C. Hawarden van 1,5543 Coulthred, J. High Melton, July is
Kendle T. Great Yarmouth, Aug. 8 Turner W. Whitchurch Cox, W.H. Bread-street, July 8
Kennel J. & J. P. Church-s. Westmins Tyler J. Petworth
Vaughan W. Pall Mall
Walker R.S. E. Smithfields ster, Jane 28 Langley E. &. W. Beleh, July 8
Waddington H. Bridgest Blackfriarsi Cummings, J. Osborn-street, White
Waddington G. Blackburn
, chapel, June 18
La SonefP.Great Winchester-st. July 29 Watts W. Thorley e 1. Curlewis, S. L King-street, Covente Leach H. & J. Ambrose, Bristol, July Walcot T. Portsea garden, Aug. 5
Leadbitter T. Newcastle-upon-Tyne,. . Wardale G. & F. Thamed street, yeni Dairel, A. Great Alie-street, June 24 July 96
West T. Gracechurch-streetv David, 1. Threadneedle-street, Aug. 19 Le Mesurier P. and H. & Co. Austin- Wheelwright C, A. Cullum-tueets Davidson, J. East India Chambers, friars, Aug. 19
White H. Warminster 1 June 10 Lloyd T. Tibberton, July 18
White T. jan. and J.D. Labhreri, Great Davis, W. Newbury, July 22 Lubbock J. W. Potter Heigham, July 7
Winchester-street Daris, N. Gloncester Terrace, New- Lucas A. Liverpool
White J. Windsor street, Cits road 1 road, Aug. 11
R. Frant, Sussex, Aug, 1, Whitebeed G. jun. and G. Clarke, bai Dampier, E. Primrose-street, July 29 Maddoek E., R. Quinn, & J. Uniacke, singhollstreet Dawes, W. Noble R H. Croft&, Liverpool
Wickstead J. Shrewsbnry R. Barwick, Pall Mall, July xs Masefield W. Newport, Ang 8
Wilkins S. High Wycomb indoor Deakin, F. & 3. Oagluton, Birmingham, Miller R, Old Fish-street
Wilkinson J. Appledoret lyx
Wilson E. H. Liverpool. 'S) Delamare, P. H. Romford, July 29 Marshall J. King's Head-eourt
Wolff J. and J. Dorville, New Bridge-»!, De Quiros, J. M. Size-lane, July 4 Mayhew J. Keppel-street
Woodhouse J. and M. Miuciug-lane Deeks, J. & W. Harper, Norwich July24 Mert tt J. Arlinghamtom
Woodgate W.B. Topbruge
Woolrich S. W. Stalionkin
Morrall c. & J. Boxland, Liverpool Wray A. Tokenhouse-yard and Dranderdale, W. T. Manchester, July 31 Morris J. Manchester
Wright W. M. and J. Alderna buty Edwards, W. Dartford, Kent, grocer Morgan P. & A. Strother, Crescent, Mi- Wrightson G. sen. Maryport! Elswood, A. Chand, July 18
Wrightson G. jan. Marypoet # , IN
Wyllie H. and W.J. Richardson
Wyatt J. Ihnckley
Yates J. E. Shoreditch
Lamb, Crescent, Minorien in
Young J. Carlisle
Young D. A. T. and W. W. Awho Flaction, I. F. Berwick-streel, July 1 Noble G. Ely-place
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1 x iu tha 9.13 sisiw boca THE last month being the principal seásán lof hay hatveşk
throughout the greater part of England, the result necessarily becomes a prominent feature in our present report. It will be recollected that the few days immediately preceding the 30th of June were excessively hot, during which a small portion of the early grasses were cut and made in good order; subsequently, the operation of haymaking has been excessively tedious. The former part of July, as it afforded no sun (although not otherwise bad weather); was ill adapted to the performance and the greater part of the hay which was carted, will be found either mow-burnt, or moulded in the rick. Three days of fine weather intervened between the 15th and 18th, and we anticipated a happy conclusion to the hay-harvest; but our hopes have been frustrated by the heavy showers in the latter part of the month. The turnip-sowing has been no less perplexing ;+the early Swedes are nearly all taken off by the fly, and many of the white varieties have shared a similar fate, even after a second and third sowing-a circumstance much to be regretted, as the hoeing will now unavoidably interfere with the harvest, and it will still be uncertain whether a crop will eventually be obtained. This extraordinary consumption of turnip-seed, together with the inconsiderable quantity grown in the present year, has had the effect of raising the price of the article very materially..vanvin
The nodding wheat-ear,” which to the morning of the 17th formed a gracer fiul bow, now lies prostrate in rude disorder on the earth; the heavy rain in the evening of that day, although unaccompanied with wind, made lamentable havock in the corn-fields, but more particularly amongst the first-sown barleys on strong and lusty soils. We fear that being lodged thus early, it is scarcely probable that it will again rise sufficiently to mature the grain, and that scund malting samples will be limited to a small portion of the whole produce. The like is not so much to be apprehended with respect to wheat, which is not only in a more adi vanced stage, but the stem is unusually stout, which will probably enable it to rise sufficiently to prevent material injury to the kernel.
Peas and beans are greatly improved, and promise an abundant produce. Second crop clover also is facilitated in its growth by the late rains, and will afford plenty of feed, or a good swath if destined for the scythe. Mitt !!! total
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21. :-) INCIDENTS, APPOINTMENTS, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, &c. 7978129 6103 IN LONDON AND MIDDLESEX. Voici di loro it ords a'r
13 With Biographical Accounts of Distinguished Persons. On Saturday, June 24th, Robert Waith- office of joint master on Jeffries Spranger, man, esq; alderman and frame-work knit- of Lincoln's-inn, esq., barrister-at-law; and ter, and James Williams, esq. citizen and at the same time his lordship was pleased to goldsmith, were duly elected sheriffs of 'appoint Mr. David Lewis, of New-inn, the London for the year ensuing.-Richard clerk of the reports and certificates: by Clark, esq. was unanimously re-elected this legislative regulation the moneys and chamberlain; and Messrs. Galabin and Tho- effects belonging to the suitors in this great dey, bridgemasters.
Court of Record are placed upon the same Custom-House Fees.-Our commercial basis of security as the money and effects of readers are aware that officers, clerks, and the suitors in the Court of Chancery. others in the service of the Customs, have Royal Exchange.-The new regulation of long been prohibited by law from taking the Gresham Committee for closing the fees. It is right that the public should know doors of the Royal Exchange at hali-past also that an act of parliament (1st Geo. IV. four o'clock has been carried into effect. cap. 7) has just been passed, imposing a penalty of 5001. for offering such fee, whether NEW APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &o. it be accepted or not.
The Rev. Dr. Kaye, master of Christ's Court of Exchequer.-In pursuance of college, Cambridge, has been preferred to the late act for appointing an accountant- the see of Bristol, vice Dr. Mansel'; and the general and two masters, &c., in the court Rev. Dr. Wordsworth, rector of Lambeth, of Exchequer, the Right Hon. the Lord to the mastership of Trinity college in that Chief Baron has conferred the offices of ac- university, also vice Dr. Mansel, countant-general and one of the masters of Major-gen. Lewis Grant is appointed that court on Richard Richards, of the In- governor-in-chief of the Bahama islands ner Temple, esq., barrister-at-law; and the Lord Gwydir sworn a member of the prive
council; the Marquis of Buckingham In- A Lansdowne lada representative of the Bavested with the ensigns of the Order of the rons of Kerry, ennobled in 1181, the most Gaitetssir G.Oanipbelb dard SirdToFoley lanciente di gaisd ditcom jesl IHT with those of the Bath and the honour ofe2e9 Births.] The Countess of Shannon, of a knighthood has ibeen conferred, øn Sir Arlt daughter-The lady of the Hon. Col. LowLeith. K. C. Broj 199 logie s slpinw gaitub ther, of a son-The lady of L: Manners,
Alleyne Lord St, Helen's, is aphointed esą, of a son and her - The Duchess of one of the lords of his Majesty's bedchám- Rutland, of a son–At Somerset-house, the bern, in the room of Lord Spencer, lady of Stephen Lee, esq. of a son visdeceased.
on countess Cranley, of a son and heir-The Oriodsjedavce of honour to Charles Bagot, esq., page
lady of James Campbell, esq. in Cavendishthe king, vice the Hon. T. w. Graves, prouil square, of a daughter in Devonshire-street, moted. 29Visd-yeni srt of noiellssop Portland-place, the lady of Richard Purcell,
The King has approved of James Colqu. esq. of a son-In Parliament-street, the lady houd, esq. as agent in the United Kingdom of Robt. Westley Hall, esq. Wyefield, Essex, for the city of Hamburgh, and of Mr. N. M. of a daughter-In Park-street, GrosvenorRothschild, as consul-general in the United square, the lady of the Hon. Wm. Cust, M.P. Kingdom, for the Emperor of Austria. Also of a daughter-At the house of her father, of Mr. Peregrino Aigen, as consul at Gib- Lord Robert Seymour, in Portland-place, the raltar, for the Emperor of Austria. lady of J. H. Allen, esq, M. P. of a daughter
In Hans-place, the lady of the Hon. Dames NEW MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. Stewart, of a son. At the house of Dr. BaBorough of Truro.-William Gusset, esq. bington, Aldermanbury, the lady of Benj, Borough of Saltash. - John Fleeming, esq. Babington, esq. of the Madras Civil Service, Borough of Oakhampton, the Hon. John of twin sons.nuoris, veb sedz to gainavs Campbell, commonly called Lord Glen Married.] At St. Mary's, Lambeth, Capt. Jsorchy.sdong yl99u5é zimna H. Leraine Baker, C.B. R. N. eldest son of City of Dublin.
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daughter of the Hon. Mr. Justice Burrough Borough of Petersfield.—Sir Philip Mus- - At St. James's Church, the Hon. and Rev.
George Pellew, third son of Admiral Viscount Borough of Dundálk, Geo. Hartopp, esq. Exmouth, to the Hon. Frances Addington, Borough of Colchester, Henry Baring, esq. second daughter of Lord Viscount Sidmouth Town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Henry He- -At St. George's Church, Hanover-square, neage St. Paul, esq.
the Hon. Newton Fellowes, to Lady Catheshe King has been pleased to distinguishi sine fortescue, second daughter of Earl the Royal Academy by a new mark of his Mr. J. Mathieu, to Anne, second daughter gracious favour, in giving to its President for of Charles Laurence, gold medal and chain, to be worn by him esq. to Catherine, daughter of ihe time being, sir Thomas Lawrence, a church, Hanovense un ton arm. Medieces
late Bears a portrait of his Majesty, and is in- St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, Chas. scribed From his Majesty King George Gordon, esq. of Burlington-street, to Eleanor the Fourth to the President of the Royal Mary, the only daughter of Nathaniel AtAcademy. in bas 1991
The House of Peers. --of the House of Mr. Alexander Williamson, of the H. E. T. Peers, discharging at present such important Company's Service, to Antonia, elder daughfunctions, the following view is given by a ter of the late William M'Andrew, esge work called The Peerage Chart. The whole At St. George's Church, Hanover-square, number of peers is 371, viz. 6 of the blood John M'Cullum, esq. of Burton-crescent, to royal, 291 lay peers, 26 ecclesiastical peers Mary, widow of the late Wm. Duncan, esq, (all English), 16 representative peers of Scot- of Brunswick-square-At the same place. land, 28 of Ireland, and 4 bishops of the Sir C. Halkett, to Lætitia Sarah, widow of same country. Among these are 11 minors, the late Major Tyler, R. A. Colonel F. and & Roman Catholicks ; and 3 of the Hepburn, Third Foot Guards, to Henrietta, Irish 28 having been created peers of the eldest daughter of the Rev. Sir H. Poole, United Kingdom since their election, 20 bart, of the Hooke, in Sussex=Lieut.-Col. must be deducted from 371, leaving a clear the Hon. J. H. Stánhope, to Lady F. L. house of 351 members. There are 54 ba- Murray–At Mary-le-bone Church, Majorchelors, 41 widowers, 237 married Of General Sir J. Lyon, to Anna, eldest daughthe 278 of the two latter classes, 60 are ter of the late E. Coxe, esq. of Hampstead childless; the remaining 218 have a pro- Heath—T. Monkhouse, esq. to fane, daughgeny of 1068. The Earl of Lindsay, aged 5, ter of S. Horrocks, esq. M. p.1919 is the youngest peer, and the Marquis of Died.) At Blackheath, William Stanley. Drogheda, aged oo, the eldest. Lord Col- eldest son of the late Geo. Hawkes, esq, chester is the most recent creation. Lord both of Gateshead iron-works--John Fenti