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James, R, St. Martin's, Stamford-baron, North- Sanders, W. Bristol, fish monger. [Cfarke, Chan

bampton, veterinary-sargeon. (Rose, Gray's-inn- cery-lane. C.
square. T.

Wainwrigbt, B. Hereford, maltster. (Dax, 29,
Kitchen, R. and J. Amory, Liverpool, tailors. Guilford-street, C.
(Lowe, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. Williams, W. S. Charles-street, Brompton, coach.

: master. (Robinson, Charter-house.square. T.
Lea, T. Liverpool, grocer. [Taylor, King's Bench. Woodward, E. Derby, innkeeper. (Few, 2, Hen.
walk, Temple.C.

rietta-court, Covent-garden. c.
Lindsey, W.J. W. Bath, silk-mercer. Makinson

Middle Temple. C.
Mapuing, J. Clement’sinn, money-broker. (Ano SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.
dertou, Quality.court, Chancery-lane. T.

Gazette-Oct. 29 to Nov. 19.
Noakes, W. Old City Chambers, wine-merchant,
Wood, Richmond-buildings, Soho. T.

Gibson, W. jun. merchant, Edinburgh,
Parker, T. jun. Wood street, hosier. (Swain, Fre- Welsh, R. and J. Dingwall, wood-merchants,
derick's place, Old Jewry. T.

Greenock
Smith, J Liverpool, leather-cutter. (Norris, John. Weir, W. sheep and cattle-dealer, Darley.
street, Bedford-row. C.

Borthwick and Goudie, merchants, Bolhaven,
Thompson, M. C. Kingston-upon-Hall, grocer, Dunbar.
(Taylor, Clement's.inn. C.

Jamieson, T. and W. merchants, Kirkintilloch.
Thorley, J. Chorlton-row, Manchester, merchant. Muir, J. shoe-manufacturer, Kelmaurs.
(Ellis, Chancery-lane, c.

Wingate, J. and J. merchants, Glasgow.

Brown, w.maltster, Broomage-Mains, Falkirk,
Nov. 19.- Cookworthy, F. C. Bristol, bookseller. Rennie, J. H. distiller, Yett Distillery, Alloa.
[Poole, 12, Gray’s-ian-square, C.

Mackenzie, A. grocer, Glasgow.

.

BIRTHS.
Oct. 25.-At Cadogan Terrace, the lady of Lieut.

Col. Sir Gray Campbell, Bart. a son.
28. At Upwell, Norfolk, Mrs. Geo. Longmore, a

daughter.
29. Ar Forrest-hall, Essex, the lady of W'm. Beck-

forul, Esq. a daughter,
81. In Henrietta street, Bruuswick-square, the

lady of Robt. Stewart Blucke, Esq. twin sons.
Nov. I.-At Plasbet Lodge, Elizabeth, the wife of

Joseph Fry, Esq. a sou.
8. In Powis-place, the lady of R. A. Cuttle, Esq. a
daughter.

The lady of Rich. Fothergill, Esq. of Caerleon,
a son and heir.
12. In York-place, the lady of Jos. Tasker, Esq.

of Fitzwaliers, in the County of Essex, a daughie
ter.

The Honourable Mrs. Carleton, a son.
13, at Llanidon, Anglesea, the Honourable Mrs.

Irby, a son.
15. "The lady of Geo. Bishop, Esq. of Finsbury.
place, a son.

In Bedford-row, the lady of John Guillum
Scott, Esq. a son.

IN IRELAND.
In Mountjoy.square, Dublin, the lady of Hugh
O'Connor, Esq. a daughter.

ABROAD.
At L'Hyvreuse, Guerosey, the lady of Lieut. Col.
Kennedy, a daughter.

MARRIAGES.
Oct. 24.-At Mitcham, Captain James Myers, 7th

Regt. Native Infantry, Madras Establishment,
to Lonisa, widow of Lieut. Col. Heury Roberts,
of his Majesty's 34th Regiment.
26. At Exeter, Sam. Lloyd, Esq. of Snugborough,

Cork, to Sophia, eldest daughter of Sam. Fre-
derick Milford, Esq. one of the Magistrates for

the County of Devon.
- At Broadwater, Sussex, Grenville Pigott, Esq.

eldest son of Wm. Pigott, Esq. of Doddershall.
park, Bucks, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of
Edw. Long, Esq. of Hampton Lodge, Surrey.
28. At Chelsea, the Rev. Henry Curtis Cherry,

BA. of Clare Hall. Cainbridge, to Anne Alicia,
second daughter of Major Gen. Sir Jolin Ca.

meron, KCB. &c.
30. At Scaleby, Henry Farrer, Esq. to Frances.

youngest daugbter of Rowland Fawcett, Esq. of
Scaleby Castle, C'umberland.

By special licence, at Corwich, in the County
of Stafford, by the Rer. Frederick Anson, Chas.
Frederick Baron de Rutzen, to Mary Dorothea,
eldest daughter of the late Nathaniel Phillips,
Esq.of Slebech Hall, Pembrokeshire, and sister

to Viscountess Anson.
31. At Kensington, Capt. David Rae Newall, of the

Hon. East India Company's ship, Scaleby Cas.

tle, to Charlotte Jannetta, only surviving daugh*

ter of the late Jas. Falconer, Esq. of Bombay.
31. The Rev. Samuel Skeen, of Baliol College, Ox.
ford, and Hatton, Essex, to Louisa, third daugh.
ter of the late John Miles, Esq. of Southampton
Row, Russell.square.
Nov. 7.-dt St. George'é, Bloomsbury-square, John

Hinxman, Esq. of Russell-street, to Kate, only
child of the late Major Bladen, of the 19th Light

Dragoons.
9. Major P. Dunbar, of the Cavalry, Hon, East

lodia Company's service, to Jessie, seventh
daughter of the Rev. W. Leslie, of Balnagaitb,
Morayshire, and nicce to the Earl of Caithuess.
12. At Fordingbridge, Henry Greenwood, Esq.

surgeon, youngest son of the late Rey. Thomas
Greenwood, Vicar of Calne, Wilts, to Apne, el-
dest daughter of George Heade, Esq. of Fryern-

court.
13. At Chiddingstone, in Kent, by the Rev, Wm.

Streatfield, the Rev. Richard Peter Whish, MA.
Prebendary of Wells, and Vicar of Broxted, ior
Essex, to Sophia Catherine, eldest daughter of
Henry Streatfield, Esq. of Chiddingstone.
14. At Rotherbam, by the Rev. Thomas Trebeck,

Thomas Trebeck, Esq. of the Royal Artillery,
to Sophia, third daughter of the late Joseph
Walker, Esq. of Eastwood, near Rotherham.
18. At Madron Church, Cornwall, George Gilbert
Curscy, MD. FRS. to Mary, only child of the
late John Dennis, Esq. of Alverton, Peuzance.

IN SCOTLAND.
At Park-place, Edinburgh, John Williams, Esq.of

the Hon. East India Conipany's Civil Service, to
Sophia, daughter of the late Dr. Wm, Roxburgh,

of the same Service.
At Netherwood, near Dumfries, Augnstus Spry

Faulkner, Esq. Lieut. 77th regt. sou of the late
Rear Adiniral Faulkner, to Mary Ann, widow of
the late William Munro, Esq. Royal Regt. Aro
tillery.

IN IRELAND.
At Lorra Glebe, County of Tipperary, Usher Lan.

staff, Esq. 10 Rosina Eleanor, fourth daughter of
the Rev. Edward Price, Archdeacon of Killaloe,
and grand-uiece to the late Marquis of Ely...

ABROAD.
At Paris, Placide Le Vasseur, Jun. Esg. of Black,

heath, to Charlotte Mary, only daughter of Paul
Newman, Esq. of Melksham, Wilts.
At Naples, Augustus Wm. Heyman, Esq. of the

second Kegt. NB. Dragoons, to Miss Cockburn,
daughter of Geu, Cockburn.

DEATHS.
Oct. 16.- In the New Roud, aged 27, Robt Robin.
soul, Esq. Lieutenant of the RN. youngest son of
the late Gen. Robinson, of Denston Hall, Suf-
folk, and nephew to the Earl of Powis.
19. In Great Coram-street, in his way from Scot.

land to Geneva, Dr. Alexander Marcet, aged 52.

20. Captain Savage, late of the 52d Regt. and of the county of Surrey and the Borough of Guil.

the 1st Life Guards (son of Admiral Savage, of ford. He is succeeded in his titles and estates
Queen's square, Westminster) who put an end by Fletcher Norton, Esg. eldest son of the late

to his own existence with a razor, although in Hon. F Norton, Esq. Senior Baron of his Ma.
the last stage of a consumption.

jesty's Court Excheqer, in Scotland, who was
21. At Romsey, John Lathain, Esq. who destroyed his Lordsbip's second brother.
himself with a pistol.

14. At Wimbledon-house, Surrey, the lady of Sir
25. In bis 66th year, after an illness of 4 months, William Beaumaurice Rush.
- James Sowerby, Esq. FLS. MGS. &c. well In Wimpole-street, aged 10, Henrietta, dangh.
known as the engraver of the plates, and pub- * ter of the dowager Lady Knatchbull, and the
Jisher of English Botany, a work exhibiting a late Sir Edward Knatchbull, Bart. of Mersbam
complete Flora of (ireat Britain. Mr. S. was a Hatch.
most assiduous cultivator of natural history, as 15. In Upper Gloucester-street, Regent's Park,
is amply shown by the numerous works in which Mr. John Debrett, formerly an eminent Book
he was engaged.

seller in Piccadilly, and Éditor of the “ Peer-
At his family seat, Hardwick, Shropsbire, Sir age," and " Baronetage," and "Parliamentary
John Kynaston Powell, Bart. who represented Papers." Mr. Debrett also pnblished a work,
that County in Parliament during 40 years. He entitled the “ New Foundling Hospital of Wit.*
having left no issue, his title and estates devolve 16. In York-street, in her 75th year, Lady Bloxam,
on his only brother, the Rev. Edward Kypaston, relict of Sir Matthew Bloxam, who died on the
Rector of Kirby, and Farnham, in Suffolk. 16th of the preceding month.
29. In Fludger-street, Westminster, in his 80th 19. In Norfolk-street, Strand, Mr. G. Tralles, Pro-
year, Richard Frewia, Esq. Chairman of the fessor of Astronomy in the Royal Academy
Commissioners of Customs in England.

Berlin.
30. In Finsbury-square, after a long illuess, Asher - In his 69th year, Wm. Lewis, Esq. of Lyen-
Goldsmid, Esq. aged 71.

house, Stamford Hill.
- At Grosvenor-place, Bath, in his 60th year,
Admiral Peter Paget, late Naval Commissioner

IN SCOTLAND.
at Madras and Trincomalee. He commanded At Grey Abbey, Edinburgh, Mrs. Agnes Beck,
the Chatham in Vancouver's Voyage of Disco- aged 104.
very round the world.

At the seat of his sister, the Countess of 'Selkirk,
31. At Bath, aged 59, Major-Gen. Henry Proctor. in St. Mary's Isle, James Wedderburn, Esq.
- At Kennington, aged 18, Richard Maidinan His Majesty's Solicitor-General for Scotland.

Buiden, eldest son of Major Budden, of the Hon. At Elgin, James Mandrew, Esq. late of Log.
East India Company's service.

don, and formerly of Lisbon.
Eliza, the lady' of Richard Benyon de Beauvoir, At Hamilton, Robert Burns, Esq. of Westport,
*Esq. daughter of Sir Francis Sykes, Bart. and Bothwell, in bis 65th year. This gentleman
only child of the Hon. Lady Smith.

was the fourth pupil of the celebrated Mr.
Nov. 2. Io Pall Mall, in her 17th year, Catherine, Braidwood, of the Ediubargh Deaf and Dumb
youngest daughter, and one of ihe heiresses of Institution.
the late Benjamin Hayes, Esq. of Cork, Bar-
rister-at-law.

IN IRELAND.
it Tetbury, aged 65, William Wood, Esq. Hans Hamilton, Esq. MP. many years Represen.
Banker.

tative in Parliament for the county of Dublin.
3. At Sandford Hall, aged 30, Thomas Hugh Sand.

The Hon. Lady Anne Jocelyn, sister to the Earl
ford, Esq. of Sandford, in the county of Salop.

of Roden, aged 24: ber remains were interred
6. At Hackney, aged 67, Benjamin Spencer, MD.

in the fainily vault at St. Nicholas, Dunkeid.
of Shaftsbury.

At Moor Park, near Kilworth, in the county of
In Park-street, Grosvenor-square, in her 25th

Cork, in his 530 year, Stephen, Earl of Mount.
year, Ana, second daughter of James Allen,

cashel. He succeeded his father the first Earl in
Esq. of Buckingham.

1790, and is now succeeded by his eldest son
7. at Floore, Northamptonshire, Mary, the wife Vicount Kilworth, besides whom he leaves four
of J. B. Daniel, Esq. Deputy-Assistant-Com- sons and two daughters.
missary-General to the forces, aged 28.
lu Upper Charlotte-street, Fitzroy.square, in

ABROAD.
his 54th year, Samuel John Symons Trickey, At Almania, Don Martin de Garey, Coancillor of
Esq.

State.
- At Chertsey, aged 69, Mrs. Ogilvie, relict of M. Deseine, Sculptor to the family Bourbon
Dr. Ogilvie, of Englefield-green, Surrey.

Conde, whose monument of the Due D'Enghein
8. At Wandsworth Manor-house, in his 8th year, was noticed in our last No. page 484.

Henry, tenth son of the Right Hon. Christopher At Venice, Oct. 12, in his 65th year, Antonio Ca.
Magnay, Lord Mayor.

nova, the illustrions Italian Sculptor. His ob.
10. At bis seat, Thoby Priory, in the county of sequies were celebrated on the 19th, when a fu-

Essex, James Grant, Esq. late of Demcrara. neral oration was delivered by Count Cicognara.
lo his 89th year, the kev. Charles Onley, of At Marguise, tear Calais, Richard Usher, Esq.
• Stested- hall, in tfie county of Essex.

This gentleman, who is said to ha been one of
II. At Woolwich, aged 20, Charles Proby, mid- the handsomest men in Europe, was killed by

shipman, RN. Only son of Commissioner Cun. his gun going off accidently, owing to the trigger
ningham, of the Royal Nary.

coming in contact with a twig.
12. Ai his house, in Sloane-street, in his 821 year, At Rome, Madame Letitia Buonaparte, mother of
the Right Hon. Wm. Lord Grantley, Baron the late Ex- Emperor of Franee. The chief beir
Markinfield, in the county of York, Lord High to her immense wealth is her grand-son, the
Steward of Athertonshire and Guilford, Colonel young Napoleon: to her eight children now liv.
of the 1st Royal Hegt. of the Surrey Militia, ing, viz. Joseph, Lucien, Louis, Jerome, Eliza,
FSA. &c. &c. His Lordship, who succeeded to Pauline, Caroline, and Hortensia, she has be-
the title on the decease of his father in 1788, held queathed 1549,000 scudi (37,0001.) each; and to
for many years a high diplomatic situation, and her brother, Cardinal Feseb, a superb palace
represented in Parliament, at different times, fitted up in the most costly inander.

ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS, &c.
The Rev. C. Hatch, BA. Fellow of King's Col. CAMBRIDGE.-The Rev.H. Godfrey, DD. Pre-
lege, Cambridge, presented by the Provost and sident of Queen's College, elected Vice Chancellor
Fellows of that society to the perpetual curacies of of this University for ihe year ensuing.--Nov. 15.
Kersey and Lindsey, Suffolk, vacated by the a Grace passed the Senate to confer the Degree of
death of the Rev. J. A. Trash.

Doctor in Divinity, by Royal Mandate, on the Rev.
OXFORD.-The Degree of Doctor in Divinity bas D. Cresswell, MA. Fellow of Trinity College.
been quanimously conferred in convocation on the The Seatonian Prize for the present year, has been
Rev. J. A. Mills, BD. of Maydalen College, Chap. adjudged to the Rev. E. B. Elliot. MA. for his poem
Jain to his Majesty's forces in the Canadas, and on Antiochus Epiphanes.
Row resident at Quebec.

NEW PATENTS.
J. Collier, Compton-street, Brunswick- mechanic, M. Pickford, Wood-street, care
square ; for improvements upon machines rier, and J. Whitbourn, Goswell-street,
for shearing cloth.--Sept. 27.

coachsmith ; for an improvement in the
W. Goodman, Coventry, hatter ;. for construction of wheels.--Sept. 27.
improvements in looms.-Sept. 27.

S. Pratt, Bond-street, trunk-manufac-
J. Bourdieu, Lime-street, London, Esq.; turer ; for improved straps and bands for
for improving the preparation of colours for the better securing of luggage.--Sept. 27.
printing wove cloths.--Sept. 27.

T. Binns and J. Binns, Tottenhem.
B. Boothby, iron works, Chesterfield ; court-road, engineers ; for improvements in
for an improved method of manufacturing propelling vessels, and in the construction
cannon-shot. Sept. 27.

of steam-engines.-Oct. 18.
J. Moxon, Liverpool, merchant, and J. W. Jones, Bodwellty, Monmouthshire,
Fraser, King-street, Commercial-road, en- engineer ; for improvements in the manufac-
gineer; for improvements in ship cabooses turing of iron.- Oct. 18.
or hearths, and also for apparatus to be ac- S. Wilson, Streatham, Esq.; for a new
casionally connected therewith, for evapo, manufacture of worsted. -Oct. 18.
rating and condensing water.-Sept. 27. U, Lane, jun. Lamb's Conduit-street,

F. L. Fatton, New Bond-street, watch straw.hật manufacturer ; for an improve-
maker; for improvements on watches or ment in the platting of straw, and in ma-
chronometers.--Sept. 27.

nufacturing bonnets, &c. therefrom.-Oct.
T. T. Benningfield, High-street, White 18.
chapel, tobacco-manufacturer, and J. T. J. Williams, Cornhill, stationer; for
Beale, Christian-street, Saint George's in' method to prevent the frequent removal of
the East, cabinet-maker ; for improvements the pavement and carriage-path, and for
on steam-engines.Sept. 27.

laying down and taking up pipes, &c
J. Frost, Finchley; for a new method of Oct. 18.
casting or constructing foundations, piers, J. Brindley, Finsbury, pear Rochester,
walls, &c.—Sept. 27.

ship-builder;

for improvements in the build.
J. Witeher, Helmet-row, Old-street, ing of ships, &c.-Oct. 18.

COURSES OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AT

ON

Paris. Hamburg. Amsterdam Vienna. Nuremberg Berlin. Naples. Leipsig. Bremer
15 Nov. 15 Nov. 20 Nov: 6 Nov. 11 Nov. J12 Nov.

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COURSE OF EXCHANGE.

AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN

IN THE TWELVE MARITIME DISTRICTS.
From Oct. 25 to Nov. 19.
Amsterdam, C. F.

...12-2 ..12-4

By the Quarter of 8 Winchester Bushels,

from the Returns in the Weeks ending
Ditto at sight ..

.....11-18..12-1

12-3..12-5
Rotterdam, 2 U.

Oct. | Oct. Nov. Nov.

19 26 2 9

.12-3..12-5
Antwerp

Wheat 38 4 38 1 38 5 38 10
Hamburgh, 24 U .37-7..37-9

..37-8..37-10
Altona, 2U.

Rye - 20 8 20 9 20 7 20 7
Paris, 3 days' sight.

Barley 25 5 26 8 27 3 27 4
.25-50..25-55

Oats 19 4 19 119 11 19 7
Ditto.. 2 U

.25-80.. 25-85

Beans 25 0 26 7 26 1 26 5
Bourdeaux

.25-80.. 25-85

Peas 28 5'30 5 30 0 28 10
Berlin ...

7-7

Corn and Pulse imported into the Port of
..

London from Oct. 21 to Nov. 16.
Petersburg, ruble, 3 Us..... 94

(English | Irish Foreign Total
Vienna, ef. fio. 2 M... .10-19..10-22 Wheat 32,648 345

32,993
Trieste, ditto...
10-19..10-22 Barley 19,241 775

20,016
Madrid, effective... ....36..374

Oats 66,054 17664 500 84,218
Cadiz, effective, .
.36 ..364 Rye 39

3,9
Bilboa...
.364..37 Beans 8,639

8,639
Barcelona.
.35...36 Pease 6,680

6,680
Seville.....

.354..36

Malt 22,454 Qrs.; Flour 39,704 Sacks.'
Gibraltar..........

.30$

Foreign Flour-1420 barrels.
Leghorn

.474
Genoa

..43

Price of Hops per crt. in the Borough.
Venice, Ital. Liv...........

.27 ..50

Kent, New bags....508. to 80s.

Sussex, ditto .70s. to 80s.
Malta
....45

Essex, ditto

08. to 08.
Naples

...39
Palermo, per oz.

0s. to Os.
...118

Yearling Bags

Kent, New Pockets 60s. to 84s.
Lisbon ,
Oporto

45s, to 54s.
.624..624

Sussex, ditto
Rio Janeiro....

.46
Essex, ditto

08. to 08.
Bahia

0s. to Os.
..50

Farnham, ditto
9

Yearling Pockets 08. to 0s.
Cork

.9%

Average Price per Load of

Hay. Clover. Straw.
PRICES OF BULLION.

£. $. £. s. £. 8. £. $. £. S.
At per Ounce.

Smithfield.
£. s. d. £. $. d.

3 0 to 3 15.,4 0 to 4 4..1 12 to 1 16
Portugal gold, in coin 0 0 0.0 0 0

Whitechapel.

3 6 to 4 0..3 8 to 4 10..) 6 to 1 16
Foreign gold, in bars 3 17 6..0 0 0
New doubloons 3 15 0 ..3 14 6

St. James's.
New dollars

35 to 4 4..3 10 to 4 4..1 7 to 1 19
0 4 94..0 0 0
silver, in bars, stand. 0 4 113..0.00

Meat by Carcasc, per Stone of 8lb. at
The above Tables contain the highest Newgate.-Beef ....ls. 8d. to 2s. 4d
and the lowest prices.

Dublin .......

£. $.

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Mutton..ls. 8d. to 28. 4d

Veal....38. Od. to 4s. 4do
Average Price of Raw Sugar, exclusive

Pork....25. Od. to 38. 8d.
of Duty, 30s. 8d.

Lamb...0s. Od. to 0s. Od

Leadenhall.-Beef....ls. 8d. to 28. 8do
Bread.

Mutton..ls. 8d. to 28. 2do
Highest price of the best wheaten bread

Veal ....38. 4d. to 4s. 8de
in London 74d. the loaf of 4 lbs.

Pork ....25. Od. to 3s. 8d

Lamb...0s. Od. to 0s. Od•
Potatoes per Ton in Spitalfields.
Ware

£2 0 0 to 4 0 0 Cattle sold at Smithfield from Oct. 23,
Middlings. 1 10 0 to 1 15 0

to Nov. 18, both inclusive.
Chats ........1 10 0 to 1 0 0 Beasts. Calves. Sheep. Pigs.
Common red 0 0 to 0 0 0 15,608 1,620 118,430 1,790
HIGHEST AND LOWEST PRICES OF COALS (IN THE POOL),

In each Week, from Oct. 28 to Nov. 18.
Oct. 28. Nov. 4. Nov. 11. Nov. 18.
8. d. 2. d. 8. d. 8. d.

8. d.
Newcastle. 41 6 to 46 0 41.6 to 46.036 0 to 47 0 | 39 6 to 45 6
Sunderland 41 0 10 42 6 39 3 to 47 037 0 to 44 0 39 6 to 45 9

8. d.

$. d.

S. d.

95

ACCOUNT OP CANALS, DOCKS, BRIDGES, WATER-WORKS, INSURANCE AND GAS-LIGHT

COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, &c.
By Messrs. WOLFE and EDMONDS, No. 9, 'Change-Alley, Cornhill.

(Nov. 19th, 1822.)

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100

300

£. 8. £. s.
£.

£. s. £. s.

£ Canals,

Bridges,
Andover......

350
5
100 Soutlıwark ..........

23

100

7356 Ashby-de-la-Zouch

16

1482
100 Do, new

67 1075p.c.

50

1700 Ashton and Oldham

100
4 10 1760
Vauxhall

22

3000

100 Basingstoke..

6

1260
100 Do. Promissory Notes 104

54,0001, Do. Bonds........

40
54,0001. Waterloo

5

5000 100 Birmingham (divided) 580 24 2000 25

60 Annuities of 81. 34

5000 Bolton and Bury:

112
477 250
Annuities of 71, 30 5

5000 40 Brecknock & Abergavenny 80

958 150

Bonds.

105

60,0001. Chelmer and Blackwater.

93

400 100 Chesterfield

Roads.
120 8 1500 100
1070

44 & 3 Coventry

500 100|Barking

30

300 100 33 Croydon..

4546 100||Coinmercial

108

100

1000 Derby

140
600 100

East India
Dudley

Branch 2060 100

100

100 Ellesmere and Chester 63

3575 133|Great Dover Street.

37 19 492 100 1000 Erewash

23) 100Highgate Archway.

5

50

2393 Forth and Clyde

480
1297 100 Croydon Railway. ...

1000 65 Gloucester and Berkeley,

Surrey Do..

1000 old Share

1960
100 Severn and Wye Do.

31 10

1 10 3762 50 Do. optional Loan.

GO Grand Junction ..

Water Works. 245

11,500 100) Grand Surrey

54
100 East J.ondon...

105 2 3900 100 Do. Loan

105
60,0001.
Grand Junction i..

60 % 10 4500 50 Grand Union

18
20-194 100 Kent

34
1 10

2000 100 Do. Loan ..

100
19,3271. London Bridge

50 2 10 1500 Grand Western...

3
3096 100South London

30

800 100 Grantham...

1145
749 130 West Middlesex .......

60 2 5 7540 Huddersfield

13 101
6312 100 York Buildings..

25

1360 100 Kennet and Avon 18 17 25,328

Insurances. Lancaster ...

27

11,699 100 Leeds and Liverpool.. 365 2,8791 100||Albion

2 10 2000 500 Leicester

1295

545
Atlas

5 5 G 25,000 50 Leicester & Northampton

Bath

575 40 Union ....

73
1895 100 Birmingham

25

300 1000 Loughborough.

13500 170

70
British

3

250 Melton Mowbray

1221

230
100 County

2 10 4000 100 Mersey and Irwell

Eagle

12 12 6 5 40,000 50 Monmouthshire

170

2409
100 European

1 50,000 20 Do. Debentures

100
43,1284. 100 Globe

137 6 1,000,0001. 100 Montgomeryshire

70 2 101 700
100 Guardian

100 Neath......

415
217 Hope

4 5 6/ 40.000 50 North Wilts

1770
25 Imperial

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44
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266 10 1745, 1001. Rochdale ............

60
5031 100 San Fire...

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23 10 jol 4000 100 Shropshire

125
500 125 Union...

40 10 1 81 1500 200 Somerset Coal...

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28

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