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BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND.

Where the Town or City in rhich the Bankrupi resides is not expressed, it rrill be alunys in London or the
Neighbourhood. So also of the Residences of the Attorneys, whose names are placed after a [.
T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.

Told, W. and F. W. Courthope, Langbourn-
Gazette -June 22 to July 16.

chambers, Fenchurch-street, tiiber.merchants. June 22.-Bedsoli, T. and R. Bishop, Aston, Bir

[Hodgson, St. Mildred's-court. T. mingbam, brass-founders. (Edmunds, Ex

W'estron, M. Wellington, Somerset, draper. chequer-office of Pleas, Lincoln's-inn. C.

(Adams, Old Jewry. T. Bell, G. Brampton, Cuinberlaud, grocer. (Bell, June 25. Davies, J. Carmarthen, spirit-mer. Bow Church.yard. C.

chant. [Clarke, Chancery-inne. C. Cross, J. Halewood, Lancaster, brewer. (Ad- Garrod, s. Paldinsion-street, Marylebone, book. lington, Bedtord row. C.

seller and stationer. [Hill, Weibeck-street, Gayleard, J. New Bond-street, habit-maker. Cavendish-square. T.

(Bull, 21, Hollis.street, Cavendish-square. T. Lucas, R. and H. Lucas, Southampton, linenHarland, J. Bedford-house, Tottenham-court- drapers. [Clarke, Warnford-court.' c.

road, haberdasher. (Smith, Basinghall-street. Reeve, G, W. Craven-buildings, Drury-lane, deaT.

ler in music. [Hubert, New Clements-iniHarris, E. Coptball-buildings, broker. (Hartley, chambers, Clements-inn. T. New Bridge-street, Blackfr ars. T.

June 29.-Cattell, W. ('otton-end, Warwick, meal. Lidster, J. jun. Stockport, Chester, inoney-scri. man. (Richardson, 62, Lincoln's.inn. fields. T.

vener. [Back, Church-court, Temple. C. Cragr. J. Whitehaven, Cumberland, ironmonger. Nathao, L. Villiers-street, Strand, pen and guill (Clennell, 7, Staple's-inn. C.

manufacturer.. (Isaacs, Mansell-street, Good. Deighton, T. Davies-street, Berkeley-square, sadman's fields. T.

dler. (Hunt, Surry.street, Strand. T.

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Ellis, B. Leicester, woolstapler. [Holme, New- Wilkins, W. Ashby.de-la-Zonch, Leicester, wine inn. C.

and spirit-merchant. (Long, Gray's-inn. c. Fargoharron, T. Lime-street, merchant. (Score, Tokenhouse-yard. T.

July 13.–Barnard, W. Frampton-upon-Severa,
Griffin, D. Walworth, draper. [Jones, Sise-lane, Gloucester, grocer. (Bousfield, Bouverie-street,
Queen-street. T.

Fleet-street, C.
Harris, J. Bristol, lithographer. [Bridges, Red Clay, G. Totnes, Devon, builder. [Blake, 156,
Lion-square. c.

Great Surry-street, Blackfriars. C.
Heydon, W. South Audley-street, Hanover.square, Granger, J. Tooke's.court, Cursitor street, press-

plumber and painter. [Greenwood, Manches. maker. {Timbrell, Macclesfield-street, Soho-
ter-street, Manchester-square. T.

square. T. Mendiam, S. Bryanstone-street. Portman-square, Gregg, T. R. Deal, apothecary. [Pearce, St. merchaut. (Eicke, 73, Cornbill. T.

Swithin's. Jane, Lombard street. T. Ridgway, J. Chas, Old Kent-road. linen-draper. Llosa, G. Cumberland street, Marylebone, brewer. (Shepherd, Bartiett's-buildings, Holborn. T. [Hill, We heck-street, Cavendish-square. T.

Matthews, D. Carlisle, Cumberland, inercer. July ?:-Abbott, H. R. Throkmorton-street, stock

(Hurd. Temple. C. broker. [Montriou, 12, King's Arins-yard, Cole.

Oakley. J. Southampton, bricklayer. [Brundrett, mai)-street. T.

Temple. l'. Dicker, J. ('rockernwell, Devon, innkeeper. Phene,' w. j. and T. R. Grege, Watling-street, [Andros, 38, Chancery-lane. C.

confectioners. (Foss, 36, Essex.st. Strand. T. Mingins, 6., and J. Boothman, Carlisle, Cumber

Rider, J. Winchester-house, Broad-street, merland, hat manufacturers. [Young, Charlotte

chant. (Lavie, Frederick's.place, Old Jewry. T. row, Jiansion-house, C.

Robertson, ti. Tapping, ship.chandler. (BourJuly 6.-Allen, J. S. Towcester, Northampton,

dillon, Bread-strrel, Cheapside. T. linen.draper. [Leigh, 2, Charlotte-house, Man

Robinson, R. North Walsham, Norfolk, linension-house. T.

draper. [Lyth:0", Esser-street, Strand C. Brothers, F. and J. Leith, King-street, Covent

Snape, w. Cheadle, Stafford, grocer. [Barbor,

Fetter-lane. C. garden, navy and army agents. [Whitaker, Thomson, J. Leman-street, Goodman's.fields, oil

Broad-court, Long-Acre. T.
Carter, J. W. Mercer-street, Long-Acre, coach-

and colourman. [Glynes, Burr-street, East

Smithfield. T. plater. (Richardson, Golden-square. T. Cooper, J. Grosvenor-mews, Bond.street, horse

Warner, W. jan. North Walsham, Norfolk, dealer. [tield, Clifford's-in. T.

scrivener. (Tilbury, Falcon-street, AldersgateDavison, G. Upper Berkeley.street, Portman-sq.

streel. c. uplo sterer. landros. 58. Chancery.Jane. T.

Williams, S. West Ham, Essex, broker. [Draper, Elwell, W. Westbromwich, Stord, chemist.

2. Walcot-place, Lambeth. T. [Wheeler, 28. Castle-street. Holborn. C.

Woolcroft, J. Cleveland-street, Fitzroy-sqnare. Leigh, J. Jetlery’s-square, St. Mary Axe, mer.

linen draper. (Niblett, New-court, Crutched chant (Knight, Businchall-street. T.

friars. T. Leich, T. Manchester, plumber and glazier. [Le. July 16.–Bosisto, W. Reading, Berks, woollen

ver, 5, (iray's-inn-square. c. Lock. G. 59, Shoreditch, hosier and haberdasher.

draper. (Edmunds, Exchequer-office of Pleas,

Lincoln's.inn. C. [Carter, Lord Mayor's-court-office, Royal Exchange. T.

Cuzner, S. and A. Joyce, Deckington, Somerset, Pritchard, T. Chepstow, Monmouth, linen and

grocers. [Perkins, 2, Holboru-court, Gray's

inn. C. woollen-craper. (Hilliard, Grars-inn-89. C. Pycock, J. Poucaster, hosier. (Taylor, 14, John.

Gray, W., and E. Birmingham, nail.ironmongers. street, Bedford-row. C.

(Norton, 3, Gray's-inn-square C. Rangeley, J. and F. H. Diggles, Stone, Staiford,

Powell, T. Old forge. Hereford, corn dealer. iron-founders. [lin:toll, Bedford rov. C.

[Pugh, Bernard-street, Russeil-square. C. Rothwell J. Mortheld Bleachworks, Lancaster,

Waterhouse, J. and John Green, Rope-makerswhitster. (Niblett, 2, New-court, Crutched. street, London, brilders. (Shuter, Milbankfriars. T.

street, Westminster. T. Saunders, W'. Beckinton, Somerset, schoolmas.

ter. [Bridges, Red Lion-square. C. July 9,-Friend, D. Ramsgate, Kent, shipwright.

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. (Bigg, Southampton-bui dings, Chancery.lane.

Gazette-June 25 to July 16. Harrison, T. Princes-street, Rotherhithe, master.

mariner, [Robinson, 19, Justin Friars, T. M.Nicoll, R. merchant, Glasgow. Lovegrove, J. Cranhain, Gloucester, timber.dealer. Wilson, J. gruin-merchant, Renfrew. (Wilianis, Lincoln's iun. C.

Inches, J. jun. wood-herchant, Stenton. Parker, J., and J, Ellison, Belmount, Lancaster, Anderson, A. merchant, Edinburgh. calico-printers, (line, Temple. !.

Morison, j. merchant, Edinburgli. Smith, J. Rugby, Warwick, coal and cora-mer- San leman, T. and ('o., manufacturers, Perth.

chant. [Fuller, Carlton-chambers, Regent. Sandeman, W. and H., merchants, Perth. street. C.

Panton, W. and J. Smith, jun. manufacturers, Twamley, S. Aston-road, Birmingham, miller. Edinburgh.

(Wheeler, 28. Castle-street. Holborn. c. Sandeman, w, and Co. merchants, Edinburgh. Watts, J. sen. Semington, Wills, dealer. [Poole, M'Craken, J. merchant, Ayr.

Gray's-inn. C.

a son.

BIRTHS. Juce 23.-At Brichton, the lady of Dr. Blair, a son. 26. The larly of Thomas Denman, Esq.MP. ('om

mop Serjeant of the City of London, a daughter. 29. At Eazichurst, Viscountess Kilcoursie, it son. July 2.- At Langton, the lady of James Jolin Far.

quharsoa, Esq. a son. 5. At Wooburn-place, Russell-sqnare, the lady of

Wm. Lumley Sclater, Esq a sou. 6. At the Royal Terrace, Adelphi, the lady of Ho

ratio legat, Esq. a son. 7. At Bellevue Cottage. Romsey, the lady of the

Rev. Cruyen Ord, a daughter.

- In Gower-street, the lady of Jobu Walford, Esq. 8. In Cleveland-row, the lady of Captain Fred.

Marrvat, RN, a su. 9. At Mrs. Nasmyth's, Harley-street, the lady of

James Irving. Esq. of Jamaica, a son and beir. 17. At Audley End, Lady Jane Nevill, a daughter.

IN SCOTLAND.
At Castle Fraser, the lady of Colonel Fraser, a son.

ABROAD.
At St. Petersburgh, the Hon. Lady Bagot, a son,
At Rotterdam, the lady of James Henry Turing.

Esq. a daughter.

1822.] Marriages-Deaths.

25 MARRIAGES.

13. At Mary-le-bone Church, by the Rev. Wm

Long, Canon of Windsor, Charles Devon, Esq.
June 21.-At St. Mary-le-bone's, David Pennant, of Rackenford, in the county of Devon to Mary,

Esg. of Downing, in the county of Flint, to Lady eldest daughter of Edward Long, Esq. of Hamp-
Caroline Spencer Charchill, only daughter of ton-lodge, in the county of Surrey.

the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. 15. At Mary-le-bone Church, by the Bishop of 25. At Corsham, Wilts, the Rey. John Andrew Oxford, Samuel Crawley, Esg. of Stookwood, in

Methuen, Vicar of Corsham, younger son of the the county of Bedford, MP. for Honiton, to Ma-
late Paul Cobb Methuen, Esq. to Louisa Maria, ria, eldest daughter of Christopber Musgrave,
youngest daughter of John Fuller, Esq. of Nes- Esq. of Rocks, in the county of Sussex.
ton-park, in the county of Wilts.

- Ai St. George's, Hanover-square, Horatio, only 27. At Dover, Kent, by the Dean of Canterbury, son of Richard Vachell, Esq. of Copfold.hall,

John Bailey, Esq. eldest son of the Hon. Mr. Essex, to Mary, eldest danghter of the late Wm. Justice Bailey, to Charlotte Mary, second Honeywood, Esq. MP. for the county of Kent. daughter of the late John Fector Minet, Esg. of 16. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Rev. Dover, and of Kernsey-abbey, in the same John Dolphin, Prebendary of York, Vernon county,

Dolphin, Esq. of Exford, in the county of Glon29. Fralicis Newman Rogers, Esq. to Julia Elea

cester, to Mary Ann, daughter of the late nora, third daughter of the late William Walter

Thomas Payne, Esq. of Edstaston-house, in the Lea, Esq of Pyrland-hall, Somersetshire. - William Heath Petch, Esq. of Red Lion-square, Lately, Robert Robinson, Esq. younger son of the

county of Salop. to Miss Phillips, daughter of Sir Richard Phil late General Robinson, of Denston-ball, Suflips of Bridge-street, Blackfriars.

folk, and nephew to the Earl of Powis, to CleGeoffry Nightingale, Esq. of the Grenadier mentina Constantia, third daughter of the Rev. Guards, youngest son of the late Sir E. Nightin- Richard Bingham, incombent of Gosport Chagale, Bari. of Kneesworth-hall, Cambridgeshire,

pel, and Prebendary of Chichester. to Mary, only daughter of the late T. Kuowlys,

ABROAD
Esq. of Stockwell, Surrey.
July 1.-At St. Andrew's, Holborn, Sir John St.

At Brussels, Andrew Peterson, Esq. to Miss Jane

Gunnis. Aubyn, Bart. to Mrs. Vinicombe.

At Halifax, North America, Major Taylor, of the 3. At St. George's, Hanover-square, Richard Adolphis Musgrave, Esg. fourth son of the late Sir

81st Regt. nephew of the Very Rev. the ArchJames Musgrave, Bart. of Barnsley-park, in the

deacon of Dorset, to Miss George, daughter of county of Gloucester, to Catherine, second

Sir Rupert George, KCB. daughter of Colonel James L.owther.

By special license, at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, 4. By Special License, at Montague-house, Privy

New South Wales, by the Rev. William Cowper, gardeis, Lord Stopford, son of the Earl of

John Oxley, Esq. Surveyor-general of that terCourtown, to Lady Ann Montague Scott, daugh

ritory, to Emma, youngest daughter of John ter of the late Duke of Buccleugh. Immediate

Norton, Esq. Fairlight-place, district of Brin. ly after the ceremony the new-married couple

gelly. set off for Lord Sydney's seat, Frognall, Kent.

DEATHS. - Peter Browne, Esq. MP. second son of the June 24.-In her 28th year, at Ivy-cottage, Rydal,

Right Hon. Denis Browne, Esq. MP. of Mount Wes moreland, Jemima Anne Deborah, wife of
Browne, in the county of Mayo, to Catherine Edward Quillinan, Esg. and second daughter of
Esther, eldest daughter of the late John Puget, Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. Her death was occa-
Esq. of Tofteridge, Hants.

sioned by her clothes catching fire a fortnight 5. At St. George the Martyr, Queen-square, Sir before.

George Atkinson, of Hillsborough, in the coun. - At her residence, Bolton-row, Emily, relict of ty of Down, to Hannah, only surviving daugh. the late Edward Jerningham, Esq. and danghter ter of the late Richard Scott, Esq. of Henton- of the late Nathaniel Middleton, of Town Hill, house. in the county of Durham.

Hants. 9. At Cheltenham, the Rev. James W. Arnold, 25. At Yarmouth, in Norfolk, very suddenly, of

MA. son of the late George Arnold, Esq. of an aneurism of the heart, Thomas Girdlestone, Ashby-lodge, Northamptonshire, and of Mi. MD. an eminent Physician of that place for 30 rables in the Isle of Wight, to Lady Mary Ho. years. He was born at Holt in that county in

ward, third daughter of the Earl of Wicklow. 1758. Besides a number of papers inserted in - At St. James' Church, Henry Lindesey Be- different Medical Journals, and some separate

therne, Esg. of Kilconqular, in the county of professional publications, Dr. G. produced a
Fife, Knight of the First Class of the Persian Or- Translation of Anacreon, a Work on the Author
der of the Lion and Sun, to Miss Coutts Trotter, of Junius's Letters, &c.
eldest daughter of John Coutts Trotter, Esq. of - At Gordon's Hotel, Hunter Blair. Esg. MP.
Durham-park, in the county of Hertford.

In Devonshire-square, Lady Maria Blizard, - At St. George's, Hanover-square, R. Nichol. wife of Sir William Blizard.

son Bruce, Esq. of Stratford-place, to Harriet, At Islington, Mr. T. Headen, in his 24th year. eldest daughter of Richard Williams, Esq. of 26. At Falmouth, on his return from the lovian Albemarle-streel.

Islands, Capt. Moody, of the 36th Regiment. - At Mary-le-bone Church, the Rey. Joho Geo. - At the Pulteney Hotel, Piccadilly, aiter a long

Stone, Rector of Stow Maria, Essex, to Eliza. illness, the lady of H. P. Collins, Esq. Jate of beth, eldest daughter of Sir John Penny, Bart. Hatch-court, near Taunton, and sister of Sir of Membland-house, Devonshire.

T. B. Lethbridge, Bart. - At St. George's, Hanover-square, the Rev. W. 30. In Baker-street, Julia, eldest daughter of Ri

Gooch, son of Colonel W, Gooch, and grandson chard Rush, Envoy Extraordinarv, and Minister of Sir Thomas Gooch, Bart. of Benacre-hall, Plenipotentiary from the United States. Suffolk, to Anne, daughter of the late Herbert July 2.' At Kingsbridge, in her 76th year, Apn Newton Jarritt, Esq.of Grove-place, near South- Pollixfen Prossor, widow of the late Captain bampton, and of Golden Grove, Jamaica.

Prossor, of the Plymouth Division of Marines, 10. AL Walcot Church, Bath, Henry Edmund and last surviving child of Joby Drake, Esq. Goodridge, Esq. Architect, to Matilda, youngest late Collector of the Customs at Plymouth, sis. daughter of the late Samuel Yoekney, Esq. of Up- ter to Sir John Savery Drake, Bart (at whose per East Hayes, Batb.

death the title became extinct) and lineal de11. At St. Martin's in-the-Fields, Major Charles scendant of the great Sir Francis Drake, the

Wayth, of the 17th Light Dragoons, to Ánxe, first Circumnavigator. only daughter of the late James Jacobson, Esq. -- At Ray-house, Woodford, after a lingering illof Maidstone.

ness, aged 18, Henry, third son of J. P. Parrier, - At East Barnet, Herts, Samuel Cole Shawe,

Esq. Esq. second son of the late William Cunliffe John Reid, MD, of Grenville-street, Bruns. Shawe, of Southgate, to Mary, eldest daughter

wiek square. of Edward Fgan, Esq. of Ussage-house.

Mrs. Hewlett, wife of the Rev. John Hewlett, - At St. Mary's in the Strand, by the Rev. Richard BD. Rector of Hilgay, and Morning Preacher at

Lowndes, William Henry Sharp, Esq. of Wey- the Foundling Hospital. mouth-street, to Miss Ann Lowndes, third daugh- - At Chester, in his 420 year, Mr. Bcult, Tobacco ter of William Lowndes Stone, Esq. of Bright- manufacturer of that city; his death was occawell, Oxfordshire.

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