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BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND. Where the Town or City in which the Bankrupt resides is not expressed, it will be alırays in London or the Neighbourhood. So also of the Residences of the Autorneys, whose names are pluced after a [. T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.

Furlong, W. and J. Furloug, Bristol, baberdash. Gazette-May 25 to June 18.

ers. (Williams, Lincoln's-inn. c

Grafton, J. Lapworth, Warwick, tanner. (Ed. May 25.--Brooke, Robt. Walcot, Somerset, com- munds, 8. Symond's-inn, Chancery-lane. C. mon-brewer. (Jenkins, New-inn. C.

Illingworth, H. A. Fowey, Cornwall, merchant. Courthope, F. W. Lantbourne chambers, Fen. (Bourdillon, Bread.sireet, Cheapside. (.

church-street, timber-inerchant, [Pearson, 26, Port, E. J. Rugeley, Stafford, chemist. (Stocker, Change-alley, ('ornhill. T.

New Bosweil-court, Lincolu's.inn. C. Croxen,' w. B. Burton Lattimer, Northampton, Ports, W. Sheerness, linen-draper. (Osbaldoston, miller. (Velson, 7, Burnard's-inu. €.

London-street, Fenchurch-street. T.

try. C.

Tyler, William, Kimbolton, Huntingdon, currier. Pickman, W. East Ilsley, Berks, grocer, [Wilde, [Forbes, 5, Ely-place, Holborn. C.

College hill, Doctor's Commons. T. Wood, Wm. Brumby, Lincoln, jobber. [Mason, Riddlev, T., J. Brown, and W. Staw'port, South New Bridge-street, Blackfriars. C.

Blyth, Northumberland, common-brewers. Day 28.--Cardwell, E. Horbury-bridge, York,

[Francis, Sun-court, Cornbill. C.

Saunders, J. Holland-street, Bankside, factor. inukeeper. [Battye, Chancery-lane." C. Chetbam, J. stockport, Chester, money-seriveber.

[Hutchison, Crown-court, Threadneedle-street.

T. (Lowe, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane.

Statham, J. Collyhurst, Lancaster, dyer. (Apc. Collins, J. and R. Capell, Northampton, common.

pleby, Gray's-inn-square. C. carriers. [.!rves, 69, Chancery-lane. C.

Young, D. Leeds, merchant. [Tottie, 33, Poul. Johnson, S. Skinner street, Bishop-rate street, cabinet-maker. (Young, New Coru Exchange,

June 11.-Bethell, T. Poole, painter. [Holme, Mark-lane. T.

New-inn. C. Latter, Jas. Windsor, oilman. (Hindmarsh, 7,

Billington, J. Manchester, shopkeeper. [AdlingCrescent, Jewin-strect. T.

ton, Bedford-row. C. Long, D. Andover, Hants, gun-maker. (Bous. Boyd, s. C. Oxford, wine merchant: {Bridger, 5, field, Bouverie-street, Fleet-street. C.

Anzel-court, Throgmorton-street, C. Stonali, G. Box, Wilts, tailor. (Poole, Gray's. Braabury, R. Stone, Slatford, dealer. [Barbor, ion-square. C.

Fetter lane. C. Twycross, Isaac, Westbourn, Sussex, feliuonger. Brammall, G. Sheffield, merchant. (Duncan, 8, [Uude, 44, Bedford-row. C.

Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. C.

Cobb, 14. Graveney, Kent. farmer. (Lowe, South. June 1.-Bradshaw, J. Ecclesball, Stafford, but.

ampton-buildings, Chancery.lane. C. cher. [Edmunds, Exchequer-otřce of Pleas, Haines, J. Lubenham, Leicester, baker. (MonLincoln's.inn. c.

trion, 12, King's Arms-yard, Coleman-street. C. Goulden, J. Goulden's-place, Hackney-road. car. Husband, Robt. Plymouth, mercer. (Makinson, penter. [Nerton, 37, Old Broad-street. T.

Middle Temple. C. Harunan, Jas. Lower Thames-street, merchant.

Olley, T. Clare, Suffolk, maltster. [Stevens, 9, (Clutton, High-street, Southwark. T.

Gray's-inn-sgnare. C. Holden, J. Manchester, calico-dealer. [Ellis, 43,

Quilter, H. Leicester, victualler. (Holme, New. Chancery-lane. C.

inn. C. Holden, o. Clitheroe, Lancaster, calico-manufac- Shipway, Thos. Tidworth Warren Farm, Hants,

turer. (Ellis, 43. Chancery-lane. C. Johnson, Wm. Gainsburgh, Lincoln, maltster.

shrep.dealer. (Pousfield, Bourerie-streel, Fleet

street. C. [Stocker, New Boswell-court, Carey-streei, Lin- Willing, s. Plymouth, corn-merchant. (Wright, coln's-inn. C.

Juner Temple. C. Kelson, T. Lyncombe, Somerset, innholder. [Per

June 15.--Bateman, A. Bristol, victualler. (Poole, kins, Gray's-inn. C. Large, J. Maiden Bradley, Wilts, banker. (Slade, Bel, J. Sutfolklane, wipe-merchant. [Paterson,

Gray's inn-square. C. 1, John-street, Bedford-row. C. Leigh, Geo. Wincham, Chester, dealer in coals.

Old Broad-street. T. (Huxley, Pump-court, Temple. C.

Boardman, R. Liverpool, merchant. (adlington,

Bedford row. Merryweather, Sam. Longbam, Hants, maltster.

C. [Holme, 10. New.ion. C.

Cox, J. Pensford, Somerset, mealmau. [Dix, 10, Murrow, T. Liverpool, money-scrivener. (Black. Fotherwill, m. Cannon-street road, Middlesex,

Symond's inn, Chancery.inne. C. stock, Temple. 'c. Probyn, J. M. Long-lane, Bermondsey, surgeon.

ship-owner. Nind, Thrugmorton-street. T. (Niblett, 2, New-court, Cruiched-friars. T.

Gould, W. and F. Grea-ley, Maiden-lane, Wood. Raine, J. Great Coram-street, Brunswick-square,

street, hosiers. [Arden, 15, Clifford's-inn. T.

Hales, W. N. Bilston, Stafford, mercer. [Wil. merchant. [Dlagrave, 4, Symond’s.ina, Chancery-lane. c.

liams. 9, Old-buildings, Lincoln's.inn. c. Wilson, T. S. Methley, York, malster. [Walker,

Harris, N. Southampton, coach-master. [Wills,

Bert!ord-row'. T.
Exchequer-office. Č.
Worthington, E. Stanzate-street, Lambeth, mait.

Huntin ton, J. Snow-hill, jeweller, [Mayhew, ster. [James, 8, Walbrook. T.

19. Chalicery-lane, T.

Jenkins, T. Lianvithen, Glamorgan, dealer. [Gre"June 4.-Coppard, J. sen. Mitchan, drug-grinder. gory, Cleinent's in. C. (Pocock, 27, Lincola'sing fields, T.

Maldock, C. F. Plymouth, linen-draper. [Hine, Goodare, W. D. Wimbourne Slinster, Dorset, Essex.conrt, Teniple. C.

common-brewer. [Mirchin, 3, l'erulam-build- Naish, F. Twerton, Somerset, clothier. (Adlingings, Gray's-ipo. T.

ton, Bedford-row. C. Hirsi, Jos. Greave, York, merchant. [Battye, Pelerin, H. F. Llod's coffee house, insuranceChancery.unc. C.

broker. (Evans, Hatton-garden. r. Lewis, R. King-street, Sobo, chair-maker. (King, Rashbrook, W'. Lavenbam, Suffolk, farmer. (Chil. Grai's-inn-rynare. T.

ton, 7. Chancery-laue. C. Mathews, E. Colleze hill, Upper Thames-street, Spoor, M. North Shields, Northumbrland, up

merchant. (Richardson, Lincoln's.inn. T. holsterer. [Francis, Sun.court, Cornbill. C. Para ise, J. Newcastle-street, Strand, jeweller. Trixg, H. and J. Ratcliff. Hertford, timber mer.

[l'osser. 27, Partlett's-buildings, Holborn. T. chants. (Hewitt, 19, Tokeulouse-yard, LothRobertson, Jolie, Od Broal-street, merchant. bury. T. (Knight 24, Basinghall-street. T.

Watson, W. Meina-place, Surry, brewer. (VanYoung. W. North Banli, Regent's park, St. Mary. dercom, Bush-lane, Cannon-street. T.

le-bone, an I John Green, Camden-town, deal. era. [('arlon, High-street, Mary-le-bone. T.

June 18.--Abbott S. 'umuning.place, Pentonville,

merchant. (l'ovill, Bide.court, New BridgeJune 8.- Baillie, J. Aylesbury.street, Clerken. stre-1, Placktriars. T.

well, iron-founder. [Martindale, 14, Bedford- Beaumont, T. S. and John Beaumont, Leicester, flue, Russell.square. T.

bakers. (Jeves, 69, Chancery-lane. c. Bishop, Rob'rt, Aston-road, Biriningham, brass. Bolton, Wm. Banuary, Oxford, and T. Bolton, founder. Holme, Now.in. C.

Grimsbury, Northampton, coal-merchants. Coburn, T. Whitney, Oxford, woolstapler. (Bous. Mevrick Red Lion-square. C. fick Bunveric-street, Flee!.street. C.

Chasey, Thos. Last Pemard, Somerset, butcher. Ellis, Thos. (ruokel-lane, dr: -Eniter. (Clution, [Curfoot, Inner Temple. C. ix.srret, Southwark. T.

Henderson, R. Lowthian Gill, Cumberland, corn. Hushes, T. (l'Osvedor-row, I helsea, linen draper. dealer. [Addison. Verulam-buildings, C. [Popkin, Jean-striel, Soho-smare. T.

Lawry, J. Puukerhill, Couberlaud, lead-ore. Jackson, S. li.s. South Ivon. All Saints, Norfolk, miner. (Clenneil, Stapic-inn. C.

jobber. [Wright, King's Bench-walk, Temple. Lyall, G. North Shields, Northumberland, mer. ('.

'chabt. (Francis, Sul-court, Cornbill. t. Jermyn, D. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, merchant. Perll, W. Brom.ard, Hereford, builder. (Wil(Sivnine, Frederich's-place, On Jewry, C.

liains, 9. Lincolu's.inn. C. Jones, J. ('oruley. Salop, lime-burner. (Hilliard, Ralfs, J. Freshwaier, Southainpton, cora-dealer, Grays-iun-squire. C.

(Sewell, Newport, Isle of Wight. C.

1822.] Sequestrations-Births-Marriages Deaths.
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Ruthven, J. and Sons, J. Ruthven, and A. Ruth.
Gazette-May 25 to June 18.

ven, prioters, Edinburgh. SO

Cowan, R. and Sons, A. Cowan, and J. Cowan, Campbell, D. and A. Campbell,

Glasgow.

grain-merchants, Glasgow. Nasmyth, A., J. Brown, and J. Pollock, stationers, M Douall, A.,

and T.

M'Chlery, ship-owners, Dra. Edinburgh

more. Hill, P., F. Bridges, P. Hill, jun. and C. Smith, Maxwell, D.jun. merchant, Dundee. booksellers, Edinburgh,

Rae, S. baker, Kirkcudbright. Steven, H. merchant, Girvau.

Gemmel,

R. wright, Cambaslang.

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- Grafton, widow of Henry Augustus, Duke of 14. At her house, Duke-street, Westminster, in

Grafton, and daughter of the very Rev. Sir Rich. her 97th year, Margaret Pankes, relict of H.
Wrottesley, Bart. Dean of Windsor.

Bankes, Esq. of Kingston, Hull, and mother of
26. At her house in Hertford-street, Mayfair, after H. Bankes, Esq. MP.
a long illness, the Dowager Countess Grey, in - At Highgate, Maria, eldest daughter of Williams
her 78th year. Her ladyship was only daughter Domville, Esq.
of George Grey, Esq. of Southwark, in the coun- - Colonel George Evans, fourth son of the late
ty of Durham, and widow of General, the Right Thomas Evans, Esq. of Knightsbridge.
Hon. Charles, first Earl Grey, KB.

15. At Nantwich, in Cheshire, in his 720 year, 27. At Sunderland, in bis 43d year, Henry Fearon, George Cappur, Esq.

MD. This gentleman may justly be said to bave 17. At his residence, in Manchester-square, aced been an ornament to the medical profession, 79, the Most Hon. Francis Ingram Seymour since, to strong intellect, and superior scientific Conway, Marquis and Earl of Hertford. KG. attainments, he united unusual benevolence, Earl o Yarmouth, Viscount Beauchamp, Baron and the most charitable attention to the indi. of Ragley, of Conway, and of Killuitagh, late gent poor.

Lord High Chamberlain of the King's House- At Miurton, near York, aged 43, Barnard Smith, hold, and Lord Lieutenant and Custos RotuloEsq. youngest son of the late Alderman Sinith. rum of Warwickshire. He was boru in 1743,

He served the office of Sheriff of York in 1819. and is succeeded by his only son, the Earl of 29. At his house in Bolton-row, Edward Jerning- Yarmouth, in his titles and rast wealth The ham, Esq.

entailed estates are estimated at rearly 90, 001. 31. At the house of Benjamin Hobhouse, Esq. per anaum. His remains were removed on the Thomas Smith, Esg. of Easton Grey, in the 24th, for interment in the family vault, at county of Wilts.

Ragley, Warwickshire. June 1.-In her 20th year, Elizabeth, eldest daugh- 19. At Sandgate, in Kent, Elizabeth, only surviving ter of the late Joseph Blandford, Esq. of the daqubter of the late Thomas Boone, Esq. ofl.ee, Inner Temple.

in the same county, and niece of the late Chas. - In his 25th year, William Davie, Esq. twin-bro. Boone, Esq. of Berkeley-square.

ther of Sir John Davie, Bart. of Creedy, in the - Mrs. Grosvenor, relict of the late Richard Earle county of Devon.

Grosvenor. Esqof Charborough park, in the 3. Suddenly, at his seat, Englefield-green, Berks, county of Dorset. The circumstances of this

the Rigbt Hon. Viscount Balkeley. In the Jady's death are very remarkable:-she had almorning previous to his disease his Lordsbip tended to give evidence before a magistrate, complained of a sore throat, but intended to against a man of the name of Taylor, for a viohave come to town for the purpose of entertain. lent outrage, as she was taking an airing in her ing a party at his residence in Stanhope-street, carriage; he having insisted upon getting up Mayfair.

bebind to ride, and actually pulled down the 6. At the Grove, near Durham, after a short ill- servant standing there. The prisoner was a

ness, George Stephen Kemble, Esq. aged 65, very powerful man; nor was he secured without The last time of his appearing on the stage was extreme difficulty. On bis examination he rethe 20th of the preceding month, when he per- quested to be permitted to speak with Mrs. G. formed the character of Sir Christopher Curry, when he pleaded so powerfully on behalf of his in Inkle and Yarico.

wife and children, that the Lady was so greatly 6. At Southend, Eliza, wife of the Rev. W.S. affected as to be seized with a fit; went into Gilly, Rector of North Fambridge, Essex.

convulsions; and by the time that 'medical aid
7. At Sudborongh, Northamptonshire, in his 66th could be procured expired.
year, the Rev. Sir Thomas Hewett, Bart. many

IN SCOTLAND.
years Rector of that place.
At his residence, Pínper-green-lodge, Middle-

At Rhynie, Aberdcenshire, the Kev. James Milne,
sex, Daniel Wilishen, Esq. in his 79ıb year. aged 79.
8. At Ealing-park, aged 72, Mrs. Fisher, relict of

IN IRELAND. the late Cathbert Fisher, Esq.

At Bellevue, near Killarney, aged 25, Christina, - The Right Hon. Horatio Walpole, Earl of Or. wife of Daniel Cronin, jun. Esq. and daughter

ford, Baron Walpole of Wolterton, in the coun- of John Coltsman, Esq. of Hinde-street, Mau-
ty of Norfolk, and Baron Walpole, of Walpole, chester-square.
AM. and High Steward of Lynu Regis. 'His

ABROAD.
Lordship was born July 24th, 1752, and succeed.
ed his father Feb. 24th, 1809. He is succeeded

After a long illness, succeeded by apoplexy,Prince by his son, Horatio Walpole, now Earl of Or.

Augustus, reigning Duke of Saxe Gotha and Alford.

tenburg. He is succeeded by his brother, Prince 9. At her grandfather's (the Earl of Tankerville,)

Frederick. aged 13, Elizabeth Mary, second daughter of the

At Leghorn, in her 17th year, Mary, youngest Hon. and Rev. William Beresford, and Lady

danghter of Jolin Falconer, Esq. his Diajesty's Anna Beresford, and grand-daughter of the late

Consul General for Tuscany.
Archbishop of Taan.

At Barroda, in the East Indies, in his 31st year, 10. Jane, the wife of John Joseph Gurney, Esq.

and 17th of bis service, Captain John Brough, of Earlbam-ball, in the county of Norfolk.

of the Bombay European Regiment, and com11. At his house, North End, Fulham, in his 430

manding a Division of the Poonay Auxiliary year, John M'Adams, Esq. late of Gerrard-street,

Horse, eldest son of Captain Brough, of the Soho-square.

county of Carlow Militia.

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ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS, &c.
The Rev. H. Champion de Crespigny, instituted Mr.J. Curzon, of Brazenose College.- English Es-
to the Rectory of Stoke Doyle, Northain ptonshire. say, On Moral Evidences, Mr. W. A. Shirley, New
- The Rev. Richard Corfield, to the Rectory of College.-Latin Essay. An revera pra aluerit apud
Upton Parva, Salop - The Rev. J. Briscall, late Eruditiones Antiquorum Polytheisinus, Mr. J. B.
Fellow of Brazenose College, Oxford, instituted to Ottley, Oriel College.
the Rectory of St. Mary, Soutb Kelsey, with Saint Sir Roger Newdigate's Prize.-English Verse
Nicholas, South Kelsey, annexed, in the county Palmyra, Mr. A. Barber, Wadham College.
and Dioscese of Lincoln, on the presentation of CAMBRIDGE -J. H. Henslow, Exq. MA. of St.
the Lord Chancellor.–The Rev. J. Sinclair bias John's, was elected, May 31st, Professor of Mi.
been appointed to the Pastoral Charye of St. Paul's neralogy, in the room of the late Dr. E. D. Clarke.
Episcopal Chapel, in Carrabber's-close, Edinburgh. The other Candidates were, the Rev. Francis
-The Rev. H. Lowther, to the Rectory of Bolton, Luon, MA. and the Rev. Thomas Jephson, BD. of
Cumberland, --The Rev. J. M. Colson, jun. to the St. John's College.
Hectory of Peatling, Cumberland.-The Rev. T. The Chancellor's Gold Medal, for the best En-
Chevallier, MA, Fellow and Tutor of Catherine- glish Poem, by a Resident Under Graduate, has
ball, ('ambridge, elected Lecturer of Great St. been adjudged to Mr. John Henry Bright, of St.
Andrew'n, Ipswich.

John's College-the subject Palmyra.
OXFORD -The Prizes for the present year have The Bishop of Chester has oblained a grant to
been adjudged as follow's :- The Chancellor's raise every benefice in his diocese under 501. to
Prizes, Latin Verse, dipes eb Annibale superata, that amount,

Kept at the Observatory of the Naval Academy, Gosport. The units under “ Clouds" represent the days on which each modification of cloud has appeared.

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RESULTS. BAROMETER | Maximum...... 30-43 May, 220, Wind NE.

Minimum...... 29-38 Do. 10th, Do. NW. Range of the Mercury ·

1.05 Mean barometrical pressure for the Month

30-051 for the lunar period, ending the 20th instant...

29-972 for 15 days, with the Moon in North declination

30.034 for 14 days, with the Moon in South declination

29-840 Spaces described by the oscillations of the Mercury

4-040 Greatest variation in 24 hours ....

0-380 Number of Changes, caused by the variations in the Weight of the Atmosphere....

13 Maximum THERMOMETER

813° May 21st, Wind N. ( Minimin

3: Ditto 8th, Do. NE, Range......

411 Mean temperature of the Air

.... 58.90 for 31 days with the Sun in Tauris.. 57.30 Greatest variation in 24 hours.....

26.00 Mean temperature of spring water at 8 AM............... 51.81

DE LUC's WHALEBONE HYGROMETER. Greatest humidity of the Air...

äv.... 790 in the evening of the 7th. Greatest dryness of Ditto .............

...... 38 in the afternoons of the Sd and 20tb. Range of the Index

41 Mean at 2 o'clock PM...................

503 at 8 Do... AM............

57-5 - at 8 Do... PM.

.... 61-0 -- of 3 observations each day at 8, 2, and 8 o'clock .... 16:3 Evaporation for the month

6-06 inch. Rain for Ditto with the cauge near the ground............. 1:510 ditto. Ditto with ditto 23 feet high

.... 1.365 ditto. Prevailing Winds, NE.

A SUMMARY OF THE WEATHER. A clear sky, 4; fair, with various modifications of clouds, 17; an overcast sky without rain rain, 4Tota!, 31 days.

CLOUDS.
Cirrus, Cirrocumulus, Cirrostratus, Stratus, Cumulus, Cumulostratus, Nimbus.
20 21

20
4 22

15

11 A SCALE OF THE PREVAILING WINDS.

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