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Lowe, A. C. Tokenhouse Yard, merchant
struments Payne, H. H. Strood, Kent, brewer Peak, J. Newcastle-under-Line, grocer Penfold, R. Lower Road, Deptford, victualler Powell, T. late of Leominster, trader Plaistrier, J. Le, Minories, watchmaker Poolman, J. H. New York Coffee House, mer
chant Pritchard, J. Battlebridge, varnish manufacturer Powell, J. Bristol, broker Ramsear, M. Pancras Lane, Bucklersbury, ware
houseman Read E. and T. Baker, Russel Street Bloomsbury Robinson, C. Spalding, Lincolnshire, dealer Robinson, J. St Mary Hill, ship insurance-broker Russel, J. Old Change, stationer Rains, J. S. Wappingwall, merchant Sage, J. and T. Poinfret, Maidstone, millers Sandback, J. Woolwich, currier Sandwell, R. B. Deal, grocer Seholes, R. Huddersfield, corn merchant Sheppard, W. Bristol, bookseller Smith, C. and J. Vickaridge, Southampton-row,
Russell Square Southey, G. Canterbury, grocer Stephens, H. Penryn, Cornwall, merchant Still, J. Bristol, brass-founder Stubbs, J. Haxey, Lincolnshire, innholder Siepi, L. Haymarket, jeweller. Small, J. Bristol, coach proprietor Sarjent, J. Hastings, Sussex, ship-owner Southan, J. Birmingham, baker Tett, P. Seaton, Rutland, farmer Thackray, T. and R. Bottrel, Greenwich, linen
drapers Walter, S. E. Madeley, Shropshire, printer Walton, B. Birminghamn, merchant Welsh, J. Great Yarmouth, haberdasher West, J. Abbey Green, Staffordshire, corn-dealer Wilcocks, E. Aldersgate Street, ironmonger Wilks, J. Finsbury Square, merchant Willson, G. Ironmonger Lane, merchant Willates, T. Great Queen Street, Lincoln's-Inn
Fields Willie, J. Kingston-upon-Hull, brewer Williams, L. Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane,
colourman Wale, E. Sheepshead, Leicestershire, baker
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and
30th April 1818, extracted from the London Gazette.
Agg. T. Water Lane, Fleet Street, printer
merchants Dowgill, B. Great Woodhouse Carr, Yorkshire,
maker Lachlan, J. Great Alie Street, Goodmansfields,
ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the lst and
30th April 1818, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Berrie, Robert, drover and cattle-dealer in Tho
maston Campbell, John, of Auchivillin, and late tacksman
of the slate quarries on the estate of Kaimes,
in the island of Bute Llornie, Robert, haberdasher, Kilmarnock Hynd, John, merchant, broker, and underwriter,
formerly of Glasgow, now of Greenock Macgrowther & Coats, merchants in Greenock,
as a Company, and James Macgrowther and David Coates, the partners of that Company,
Robertson, James, of Glentyre, lately merchant in
Aberdeen; by the trustee : 6s per pound after
18th May Bathgate, John, late skinner at Bellsmills ; by
Thomas Miller, North Bridge, Edinburgh, to those creditors whose claims were lodged subsequent to 10th February 1814
Dunbar, Magdalen, late milliner
and dress-maker, Richards, James and William, late wood merchants Edinburgh ; by Wm Henry Brown, merchant, and manufacturers, Hawick, as a Company, Edinburgh
and the said James Richards as an individual; Dempster, Robert, merchant, Nairn; by John by Andrew Lang, writer, Selkirk. Forsyth, writer, Forres
Renny, Samuel, merchant, Arbroath ; by James Douglas, John, merchant Leith ; by Thomas Scott,
Marnic, merchant, there-a second dividend merchant, Edinburgh
Steven & Fraser, Booksellers, Glasgow ; by James Dunlop, Alexander, merchant, Grecnock; by Wil
Imray, there liain Kelly, Glasgow
Sibbald, John, and Company, merchants, Leith, Jobson, David, senior, merchant, Dundee; by Wm and John Sibbald, and William Sibbald, jun. Bisset, merchant, Dundee
individual partners of that Company; by Jas Maclellan, Alexander, and William Maclellan, in
Duncan, merchant, Leith,-a dividend of 6d. Crossmichael, and John Collie, in Kirkcud. per pound on 29th May bright, copartners as timber-merchants in the
Webster, Andrew, merchant, St Andrews; by Wm Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, under the firm of Moncrieff, agent for the Bank of Scotland William Maclellan and Company, and the said there,-8th May Alexander Maclellan, William Maclellan, and Wilkin, Robert, in Schaws of Tinwald ; at the John Collie, as individuals ; by the trustee
Globe in Dumfries, -14th May at 12 Papillon, Charles, merchant, Glasgow; by Dugald
Bannatyne, merchant, Glasgow
per 70 lbs.
London, Corn Exchange, May 4.
Liverpool, May 2.
s. Wheat, s. d. S. d. Foreign Wheat, 60 to 76 Boilers, new 54 to 56
Rice, p. ewt. 42 0 to 44 0 Fine do. .. 78 to 80 Small Beans 41 to 51' English 12 6 to 13 6 Flour, English, Superfine do. 82 to 85 Old do. 54 to 62 Scotch 12 0 to 12 9 p.280lb.fine 70 0 to 72 0 Old do.
- to - Tick do.... 38 to 50 Welch . 11 6 to 12 6 Seconds 64 0 to 68 ( English Wheat, 65 to 75 Old do. . ... 51 to 62 Irish ... 10 0 to 11 6 Irishp.210 lb.58 0 to 60 O Fine do. 82 to 88 Feed Oats, .. 22 to 24 Dantzic 12 6 to 13 3 Ameri. p. bl. 50 0 to 51 0 Superfine do. 90 to 93 Fine do. . .. 26 to 28 | Wismar .. 11 6 to 13 3 - Sour do. 43 0 to 44 0 Rye . ... 40 to 50 Poland do. . . 21 to 30 American . 12 6 to 13 3 Clover-seed, p. bush. Barley, new. 36 to 42 Fine do. 32 to 51 Quebec
11 6 to 12 0 - White 90 to 95 Superfine do. 52 to 56 Potato do. . . 28 to 32 Barley, per 60 lbs. - Red
80 to 85 Malt,
62 to 74 Fine do. ... 34 to 36 English .. 8 0 to 8 6Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Fine do. ... 76 to 78 Fine Flour, . 75 to 80 Scotch · 7 6 to 8 3 English 40 0 to 13 0 Hog Pease. 42 to 16 Seconds, 70 to 75) Irish
7 3 to 7 9 Scotch 40 0 to 41 0 Maple 44 to 48 Bran
15 to 16 Malt p.9 gts. 11 6 to 12 0 Irish ... 38 0 to 10 0 White Pease 44 to 52 Fine Pollard 16 to 30 Rye, per qr. 54 0 to 56 0
Oats, per 45 lb.
Butter, Beef, GC. Seeds, fc. May 8.
Eng.pota. 4 6 to 4 10 Butter, per ewt. s. Mustard, Brown, s.
Welsh potato 4 to 4 9 Belfast
0 New, 12 to 22 Ryegrass 16 to 48 Scotch 48 to 4 10 Newry
120 to 0 -White
5 to 11 -Common -to Foreign 4 3 to 4 6 Drogheda 0 to 0 Tares 17 to 18 Clover, English,
4 3 to 4 9 Waterford,new Oto 0 Turnips, New 14 to 20 -Red,
70 to 75 Rapeseed, p. 1. £50 to £52 Cork, 3d 0 to 0 -Red.
-to-White .. 100 to - | Flaxseed,p. bus. Is. to 10s. -New, 2d, pickled 112 --Yellow, new to Trefoil
10 to 42| Sowing, p. hhd.100 to 105 Beef, p. tierce 95 to 100 Canary:.. 60 to 84 Rib Grass
Beans, pr qr.
p. barrel 60 to 65 Hempseed ... 60 to 75 Carraway, Eng. -8 to English 60 0 to 70 0 Pork, p. br). 95 to 105 Linseed . . 80 to 90 -Foreign
4 to Foreign 00 to 0 0 Bacon, per cwt. Cinquefoil.
-Short middles 78 to 80
- Boiling · 60 0 to 64 01-Long do. 0 to 0 Average Prices of Corn of England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week
ended 25th April 1818. Wheat, 91s. ld.-Rye, 56s. 5d.-Barley, 53s. 11d.-Oats, 318. 11d.-Beans, 545. 11d.—Pease, 575 8d.
Oatmeal, 35s. Od.—Beer or Big, 0s. cd. Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels,
and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four Weeks immediately preceding the 15th April 1818. Wheat, 728. Od.-Rye, 55s. 8d. -Barley, 13s. 5d.-Oats, 335.7d.-Beans, 55s. ld.-Pease, 56s. 1d.
Oatmeal, 27. 10d.-Beer or Big, 388, 7d.
Pease & Beans. 1st,......44s. 6d. 1st,......38s. Od. Ist,......32s. Od. 1st,......33s. Od. 2d, ......41s. Od. 2d, ......32s. Od. 20, ...... 28s. Od. 2d, ......31s. Od. 3d,......37s. Od. 3d,...... 28s. Od. 3d, ......25s. Od. 3d,
Wednesday, May 6.
1s. Od. to Os. Od. Mutton
Os. 7d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.) 1s. Od. to Os. Od Lamb, per quarter •
6s. Od. to 8s. Od. Butter, per lb. 1s. 8d. to ls. 10d. Veal
Os. 7d. to Os. 9d. Salt ditto, per stone 24s, Od. to Os. Od. Pork Os. 5d. to Os. 70. Ditto, per lb.
Is. 4d. to 1s. 6d. Tallow, per stone 11s. 6d. to 128. Od. Eggs, per dozen Os. 9d. to Os. 08.
HADDINGTON. MAY 1.
Average of wheat, £1:16: 11 : 4-12ths. Note.The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent. more than half a quarter,
or 4 Winchester bushels ; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.
The month of April commenced with very dry weather, which continued during the first week. On the 8th there fell nearly an inch of rain, with a strong gale from the East. From that time till the 26th, the weather was generally dry, and sometimes exceedingly €0. On the 26th, and during the whole of the 27th, it rained very hard ; the quantity, in 24 hours, exceeding an inch ; after which, a considerable increase of temperature took place, and the month terminated with mild weather. On the whole, however, the month was cold and stormy, the wind blowing generally from the East and North East. On the afternoon of the 4th, Leslie's Hygrometer stood at 67, and Wilson's at 63; the Thermometer, at the same time, being at 56. This dryness, according to Anderson's Formula, gave the point of deposition as low as 14 of Fahrenheit, but neither was this the lowest observed during the month. On the morning of the 25th, Leslie's Hygrometer stood at 36, but the temperature being then only 41, the point of complete saturation was as low as 8. To account for this extraordinary depression, it must be remarked that, as the wind was blowing strong from the North East, and directly upon the spot where the Hygrometer is exposed, the instrument indicated a much greater degree of dryness than actually existed ; though, from the cold regions over which the wind passed, that dryness must also have been considerable. To the prevalence of that wind, during the greater part of the month, must be ascribed the depression of the mean point of deposition below the mean minimum temperature. The fluctuations of the Barometer have been smaller, those of the Thermometer greater, than usual. The mean temperature is nearly 5 degrees lower than the same month last year, and the quantity of rain more than quadruple.
Errata in last Report.-In last line but one, for March 1818, read March 1817; and in the Table, mean daily range of Thermometer, for 10.6, read 11.3.
METEOROLOGICAL Table, extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.
THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat,
58.0 34.0 Minimum,
26.0 temperature, 10 A. M. 42.6 Lowest maximum, 8th,
38.0 .. 10 P. M. 38.0 Highest minimum, 28th,
42.0 ... of daily extremes,
55.0 10 A. M. and 10 P. M.
18.0 Whole range of thermometer, 377.5 Lowest ditto - Ilth,
31.5 Mean daily ditto, 12.6 Greatest range in 24 hours, 4th,
26.0 temperature of spring water,
41.0 Least ditto,
Inches. Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 47) 29.666 Highest, 10 A. M.
30.493 .... 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 48) 29.6 74 Lowest ditto,
28.957 . both, (temp. of mer, 47) 29.670 Highest, 10 P. M.
30.535 Whole range of barometer,
6.097 Lowest ditto,
29.045 Mean daily ditto, .203 Greatest range in 24 hours, 9th,
.539 Least ditto,
.037 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S.) Degrees. Mean dryness, 10 A. M.
HYGROMETER. Degrees. 10 P. M. 12.1 Highest, 10 A. M. 25th,
36.0 • of both, 16.0 Lowest ditto,
1.0 point of deposition, 10 A. N.
28.7 Highest, 10 P. M.
22.0 10 P. M. 29.2 Lowest ditto,
1.0 of both, 28.9 Highest P.or'd. 10 A. M. 28th,
43.8 Rain in inches,
2.162 Lowest ditto,
8.0 Evaporation in ditto, 2.280 Highest P. of D. 10 P. M. 29th,
41.4 Mean daily Evaporation,
17.0 WILSON'S HYGROMETER.
WILSON'S HYGROMETER. Ilean dryness, 10 A. M. 55.3 Greatest dryness, 12th, 10 A. M.
48.0 . 10 P. M. 27.0 Least ditto, 27th, 10 P. M.
0.0 Fair days 21 ; rainy days 9. Wind West of meridian 3; East of meridian, 97.
METEOROLOGICAL Table, kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill. N. B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afterThe second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register
M.52 29.261 M.47
very cold. M.45 .387 M.45
.103 A. 41
.489 M.43 1
Frost morn A. 323 .332 A. 43
E. .489 A. 43
clear, cold, M.543 .242 M.42
.561 M.43 )
E. .686 A. 46
Clear, cold. M.50 29.769 M.46
.515 A, 15
.446 M.42) A.30
21 . 105 A. 37
A. 32 .509 A. 41
E, Heavy rain.
.588 M.43 7
Cble. .333 A. 38
.521 A. 43
23 A. 294 28.892 A. 36 rain after
192 A. 40 } N.E. hail. M.35 .782 M.38
M.37 .340 M.40 Ditto ditto,
.340 A. 38
wind even. M.384 .378 M.37
M.39 10 N.E.
A. 303 .220 A. 39
.427 M.39 A. 292
N.E. Ditto ditto. .530 1.37 )
E. .427 A.40
thro' night. M.40 .695 M.401 Frost morn.
M.44 12 N.W.
.266 M.40) 27
Heavy rain. .885 A. 40
A. 34 .294 A. 44 fore. &night. 150 M.443.630 M.411 s.
S.W. ,535 A. 48
fair after. 14.M.474 .332 M.45
cold after. Rain, inches .6
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Ochtertyre, Lady Mary Murray, a son.Feb. 7. At Kingston, Jamaica, the lady 9. At Paris, Lady George William Russell, af Dr Alexander M•Larty, a son.
a daughter.Mrs Bartlet Buchanan, a March 23. in Albermarle Street, Lon- daughter. At Glentayn house, the lady of don, the Countess of Waldegrave, a daugh. Wm Stirling, Esq. a son.-12. At Yesterter.-In Hertford Street, May Fair, Lady house, the Marchioness of Tweeddale, a Emily Drummond, a son.-26. At Wick- daughter.-14. Mrs Currie, Gray Street, ham Rectory, the Hon. Mrs Grey, a son. Newington, Edinburgh, a daughter.-16. 27. At Ballinaby, Mrs Campbell, a daugh. Mn Turnbull, Dundas Street, Edinburgh, ter. Lady Eleanor Lowther, lady of the a son.-17. At Portland Place, London, Hon. Lieut-colonel Lowther, a son and Mrs A. Millar, a daughter.--18. The lady heir.—28. In Charles Street, Berkeley of John Douglas, Esq. of Lockerby, a son. Square, London, the Countess of Warwick, Mrs Erskine, Albany Street, Edinburgh, a son and heir.-29. At Otterston, Fife a son.-19. In North Frederick Street, shire, the lady of Captain Richard Hussey Edinburgh, Mrs Colonel D. Rattray, a Moubray, of the Royal Navy, C. B. a daughter.---At 56, George Street, Edindaughter.-30. At Urr Manse, Mrs Mac- burgh, the lady of Major Bogle, 94th regiwhir, a daughter.-In
Elder Street, Edin- ment, a son. At Lochmalong, the lady of burgh, the lady of Dr Thatcher, a daughter. Major Horsburg, a son.-20. At Inverness,
April 2. Mrs Campbell, Picardy Place, the lady of Lieut-colonel Ross, 2d West Edinburgh, a son.-Mrs Brown, George India regiment, a son..At Fareham, the Street, Edinburgh, a son.-3. At Exeter, lady of Lieut-colonel Campbell, 46th regithe lady of Sir Charles Dalrymple, a son. ment, a daughter.-23. At his house, 5. At Chesterhall, Mrs John Gray, a son. Cadogan Place, London, the lady of Arch. -6. At Gartcraig, Mrs Millar of Frank- Campbell, Esq. a son.-25. Mrs James field, a daughter. Mrs Paul, Union Street, Borthwick, Abercromby Place, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, a son. At the Briars, Mrs a daughter.—27. Mrs Robert Paul, Anne Archibald Douglas, a daughter. -8. At Street, St Bernard's, London, a son.--At
Stamford Hill, London, the lady of Patrick Robert Swinton, to Anne, daughter of the Maclachlan, Esq. a daughter.- 28. At late Alexander Elphinstone, Esq.-9. At Ham Common, near London, the lady of St George's, Hanover Square, London, the George Sinclair, Esq. younger of Ulbster, a Hon. William Fraser, only brother of Lord son. Mrs Morrison, Pilrig Street, Edin- Saltoun, to Elizabeth Graham, second burgh, a daughter.-At her house, Gower daughter of David Macdowall Grant, Eso. Street, Bedford Square, London, the lady of Arndilly, in the county of Banff.-10. of G. W. Lawrence of the Island of Ja. Mi R. S. Oliver, South Bridge, to Miss maica, Esq. a son.--Viscountess Folkestone, Walker, Greenside Place, Edinburgh.-U. a son.In Wimpole Street, London, Mrs At Mary-la-bonne Church, Lieut.-colonel George Arbuthnot, a son.--29. At Mer. Dick, C. B., K. M. T., St. Wr. 42d. or chistoun Castle, the lady of the Honourable Royal Highlanders, to Eliza Ann, daughCaptain Napier, R. N., a daughter.-At ter of J. Macnabb, Esq. of Arthurstone. Haddington, Mrs Henry Davidson, a son. Perthshire.--At Edinburgh, John Boyd.
-30. At Paris, the lady of the Honourable Esq. Bonnington Place, to Isabella, daugh George John Tucket, a daughter.
ter of the late John Yule, Esq. Blackdykes. May 2. Mrs Kermack, Picardy Place, -13. At Edinburgh, Jas Lang, Esq. .. Edinburgh, a son. 4. Mrs Campbell of to Eliza, daughter of John Dickson, Esq. Dalsert, a son.
advocate.--At Groenock, E. Newman, Esq. ship-owner, Greenock, to Jessy, second
daughter of the late Mr John Crawford, MARRIAGES.
merchant, there.-14. At Mains of AberMarch 19. At the hotel of the British dalgie, Mr George L. Cornfute, merchant, Ambassador at Paris, the Right Hon. the Glasgow, to Cecilia, only daughter of Adam Earl of Athlone, to Miss Hope, daughter Pringle, Esq.-The Rev. James Somerville of the late John Williams Hope, Esq. of of Airth, to Miss Janet Scott, daughter of Cavendish Square and Amsterdam.-29. the late Captain Andrew Scott..- 20. At At Heighington-house, in the county of Tonderghie, J. Simpson, Esq, comptroller Durham, Duncan George Forbes, Esq. of of the customs at Wigton, to Christian, Culloden, to Sarah, daughter of the late youngest daughter of John D. Stewart, Rev. Joseph Walker of Lanchester.-30. Esq. of Tonderghie.-21. At Edinburgh, At Clyde Bank, the Rev. John Dick, mi. Mr H. Pillans, to Jessie, only daughter of nister of Rutherglen, to Miss Janet Craw. the late William Handyside, Esq. St Patford, daughter of the late Mr Charles rick Square. --At Glasgow, Rob. Raeburn, Crawford, Edinburgh.--At Aberdeen, Jo. Esq. surgeon, Glasgow, to Marion, youngnathan Morison, Esq. merchant in Leith, est daughter of the Rev. John Woodrow, to Mary Ann, daughter of Patrick Still, late minister of Islay, Argyllshire.-22. At Esq. brewer.-At Aberdeen, Thos Donald, Parkhall, Ephriam Lockhart, Esq. W. s. Esq. writer, Stonehaven, to Anne, daughter to Miss J. Learmonth, daughter of the late of Mr John Milne.At Aberdour-house, John Learmonth, Esq.-23. At EdinPatrick Duff, Esq. of Carnousie, to Pene burgh, George Gillespie, Esq. of Biggar lope, second daughter of William Gordon, Park, to Helen, eldest daughter of the deEsq. of Aberdour.-At Auchans, James ceased Captain John Hamilton, of the 73d Dunlop, Esq. of Annanhill, to Mary Ann, regiment of foot.-27. At Edinburgh, Mr eldest daughter of James Haldane, Esq. J. Hunter, writer, to Elizabeth, eldest
April 1. At Edinburgh, Lieut-colonel daughter of the late Mr John Hiú, Long Robert Walker, Lieutenant-governor of Hermiston.-28. At Edinburgh, Mr Alex. Sheerness, to Anne, eldest daughter of John Gibson, merchant, Glasgow, to Miss Helen Ewart, Esq. Salisbury Road, Newington.- Macdonald, Prince's Street, Edinburgh. 2. At Achur, Appin, Mr Donald Macin At Leith, Mr James Geddes, storekeeper of tyre, Cuill, to Sarah, second daughter of his Majesty's Customs, Edinburgh, to IsaMr Duncan M.Coll, tacksman in Duror. bella, daughter of Mr Normand Morrison, At Edinburgh, J. S. Impey, Esq. to Bar late merchant, Stornoway.--At Aberdeen, bara, eldest daughter of the Rev. Robert Mr Michael Anderson, writer, 53, Castle Fenwick.-4. Ať Doonholm-house, John Street, Edinburgh, to Miss Elizabeth GorCarr, Esq. of St Anne's, Yorkshire, to don, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John Hunter, Gordon, late minister of Cabrach.-30. At Esq. of Bonnytown.-6. Mr Wm Millar, the house of Thomas Ramsay, Esq. Prince's wood-merchant, Leith Walk, to Miss Mar Street, Edinburgh, Mr James Harper, mergaret Muir, daughter of Mr Robert Muir, chant, Leith, to Miss Jane M.Leod.At civil engineer, Fyfe Place, Leith Walk. Windsor, William Curll, Esq. younger of 7. At Edinburgh, Thomas Sanderson, Esq. Eastfield, to Charlotte, daughter of Anthony of the Bengal cavalry, to Jessie, only daugh- Healey, Esq. Windsor. ter of the late Hugh Bremner, Esq. accountant, Edinburgh. At Cheltenham,
DEATHS. Captain Honyman, grenadier guards, se- Oct. 12, 1817. At Serepore, in Berar, cond son of Sir William Honyman, to Eliz. Colonel P. Walker of Clayton, while proabeth Essex, youngest daughter of Admiral ceeding with an escort of a regiment of light Bowen.-8. At Edinburgh, Lieut-colonel cavalry (the 3d) to join the third division of