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race, City-road, Middlesex, engineer ; for Benjamin Thompson, of Ayton Cottage, certain improvements on steam-engines. Durham, Gent. for a method of facilitating Nov. 9th. the conveyance of carriages along iron and William Westley Richards, of Birmingwood rail-ways, tram-ways, and other ham, gun-maker; for an improvement in roads.--Oct. 24th.

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Samuel Hobday, of Birmingham, patent poses. - Nov. 9th. snuffer maker; for a method of manufac- John Bates, of Bradford, Yorkshire, turing the furniture for umbrellas and pa- machine-maker; for certain machinery for rasols, and of uniting the same together.- the purpose of feeding, fumaces of every Nov. Ist.

description, steam-engines, and other boilJohn Frederick Archbold, Esq. of Ser- ers, with coal, coke, and fuel of every kind. jeant's-inn, Fleet-street, London; for a -Nov. 9th. mode of ventilating close carriages.-Nov. William Penrose; of Stummorgangs, Ist.

Yorkshire, miller ; for various improveRichard Wright, of Mount-row, Kent- ments in the machinery for propelling road, Surrey, engineer; for improvements vessels, and in vessels so propelled.Nov. in the process of distillation.Nov. 9th. 10th.

BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND, Where the Town or City in which the Bankrupt resides is not expressed, it will be always in London or the Neighbourhood. So also of the Residences of the Attorneys, whose names ure placed after a [.

T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country. Gazette.Nov. 24 to Dec. 20. Hounsfield, J. Cononley, York, calico-manufacBeaumont, J. D. Maidstone, upholsterer. (Dick

turer. (Lowe, Southampton-buildings, Chan. ipson, 35, St. Swithin's-lane. T.

cery-lane. c. Byass, H. Rayleigh, Essex, surgeon.

Howard, J. St. Martin's-court, St. Martin's-lade, [Milne,

cordwainer. (Jones, Mincing-lane. T. Temple. C. Clark, J. Commercial-place, Commercial-road,

Kay, T. Lambridge-place, Somerset, auctioneer. Middlesex, ship-owner. [Simpson, 1, Fen-court,

(Noel, Great Ormond-street. T.

Longrigg, I. Liverpool, lined-draper. (Wheeler, Feuchurch-street. T. Dentith, J. Liverpool, silversmith. [Wheeler,

28, Castle-street, Holborn. C. 28, Castle-street, Holborn. C.

Longster, G. Highbury-terrace, Islington, merDobell, J. Cranbrook, Kent, currier. (Alliston, Monkhouse, R. New Shoreham, Sussex, timber

chant. (Smith, Bedford-row. T. Freeman's-court, Cornbill. T. Dobson, T. and G. Thompson, Darlington, Dur.

merchant. (Hicks, Gray's-inn-square., C. ham, mercers. [Perkins, Gray's-inn. c.

Niblock, J. and R. S. Latham, Bath, woollen-dra Elliott, T. and S. Haslock, Northampton, boot

pers. [Bourdillon, Bread-street.C manufacturers. [Carter, Lord Mayor's Court.

Paide, E. Little Chart, Kent, paper-maker. (Eloffice, Royal Exchange T.

wyn, Thavies-inn. c. Mumby, R. Glamford Briggs, Lincoln, mercer. Dec. 4.-Barker, W. Welch Whittle, Lancaster,

(Mason, New Bridge-street, Blackfriars. C. victualler. [Chippendall, Great Queen-st. C. Ricket, H. Shoreditch, Middlesex, grocer. [A. Box, T. Buckingham, banker. (Evans, Hattonmory, Throgmorton-street. T.

garden, T. Rivolia, A. Brook-street, Holborn, looking-glass Burkity, W. Beverley, York, miller. (Shaw, 18, manufacturer. [Jones, New Inn. T.

Ely-place, Holborn: C. Sanders, J. Coventry, auctioneer. (Coombe, Cop- Court, H. Fisb.street-hill, straw hat-manufacturer. thal-court. C.

[Reynolds, 96, St. John-st. Clerkenwell, T. Temple, N. Fleet-street, wine-merchant. (Bart. Gayfer, T. Bruisyard, Suffolk, merchant. (Alex. leti, Nicholas-lane, Lombard-street. T.

ander, 36, Carey-st. Lincoln's-inn-fields. C. Warner, R. Huntingdon, ironmonger. (Egan, 25, Greaves, J. Sheffield, York, merchant. [Knowles, Essex-street, Strand. C.

2, New-inn, C. Whatley, T. Batcombe, Somerset, shopkeeper. Harrison, John, Beck foot, Westmoreland, joiner. [Dyne, 59, Lincoln's-inn-fields. C.

(Holme, New-inn. C. Whitehead, James, Hanley, Stafford, mercbant. Hutchings, James, Home Park buildings, Devon,

(Wright, 10, King's Bench-walk, Temple. c. builder. (Raine, Temple. c. Wild, W. Sheffield, merchant. (Blakelock, Ser- Mabson, W. Kelsale. Suffolk, farmer. [Elkins, jeant's.inn. c.

Temple-chambers. C. Winch, B. Hawkhurst, Kent, farmer. [Gregson, Moyse, w. Saxmundham, Suffolk, baker. (ElAngel-court, Throgmorton-street. T.

kins, Temple-chambers. C.

Staff, E. and W. W. Norwich, brick-makers. Nov. 27.- Bayliss, T. Curdworth, Warwick, dealer. [Clarke, Chancery-lane. C.

[Holme, New-inn. C. Boultbee, J. and J. W. Cole, Peterborough, banke

Warner, J. Garforth, York, maltster. [Battye, ers. (Anderton, Quality-ct. Chancery-lane. C.

Chancery-lane. C. Cooper, c. Upper North-place, Gray's-lon-road, Dec. 8.-Bellott, H. Manchester, cotton-manu.

grocer. [Amory, Throgmorton-street. T. facturer. (Wiglesworth, Gray's-inn. C. Denzilve, M. K.''Bridport, Dorset, bookseller. Epps, J. Holborn, ham merebant. [Harvey, 43, [Hopkinson, Lincoln's-in. c.

Lincoln's-inn-fields. T. Eastwood, K. Leeds, draper. [Makinson, Tem- Gale, Q. Newgate market, butcher. [Wilmot, 38,

Essex-street, Strand. T. Fowler, J. Mark-lane, tea-dealer. (Hodgson, 14, Landcastle, J. and R. N. Gillard, jan. Bristol, car. John-street, Adelphi. T.

penters. (Sherwood, Canterbury-square, SouthJackson, R. Cannon-street, merchant. [Borra. wark. C. daile, jon. 18, Cateaton-street. T.

Lapage, S. Clement's-lane, dry salter. (Griffith, Kirkham, G. Lancaster, merchant. [Chippendall, 86, High-street, St. Mary.le-bone. T.

56, Great Queen-street, Lincolu's-ilm-fields. c. Litchfield, John, Cambridge, gardener. [Farlow, Levi, H. Nelson-square, Blackfriar's.road, mer. Gray's-inn. Ć.

chant. (Green, Angel-court, Throgmorton-st. T. Margetts, Thos. Old Woodstock, Oxford, wheelMorton, Þ. Salford, Lancaster, merchant. [El. wright. [Lowden, Clement's-inn. C. lis, Chancery-lane. C.

Marsden, P. Sheffield, grocer. (Blakelock, Ser. Nicolson, J. "Cummersdale, Cumberland, iron. jeant's-inn, Fleet-street. C. founder. (Clennell, Staple's-inn. C.

Page, W. Lime-street, spirit merchant. (Farlow, Parker, R. Whitchurch, Salop, stationer. [Stock- 14, Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. T.

er, New Boswell-court, Carey.street. C. Staff, H. A. Norwich, soap.manufacturer. [LythRitchie, J., F. Richardson, and J. Ritchie, Wat. goe, Essex-street, Strand. C.

ling-street, warehousemen. [Smith, Hatton. Warner, R. Peckfield-house, Garforth, York, dealcourt, Threadneedle-street. T.

er. (Wiglesworth, Gray's-ian-square. C. Staff, c. and W. W., Norwich, bombasine-manu. Williams, Sam. Bristol, apothecary. (Poole, 12, facturers. [Abbott, Roll's-yard, Chancery-lane. Gray's-ion-square. c. c.

Dec. 11.-Aydon, S. and W. Elwell, Shelf, York, Dec. 1.-Armistead, J. Clapham, York, cotton. iron-masters. (Walker, 29, Lincoln's-inn-fields.

C. spinner. [Norris, 26, John-street, Bedford-row.

Baker, W. and N. Baker, Portsea, grocers. (Shel. Attwood, A. Lymington, Southampton, surgeon. ton, Sessions-house, Old Bailey.c. [Capes, Gray's-inn. C.

Calvert, J. Tavistock Hotel, Covent Garden, mer. Bray, D. Plymouth-dock, victualler. [Bourdillon, chant. (Lavie, Frederick's-place, Old Jewry. T, Bread-street, Cheapside. C.

Edwards, W. Chatham, linen-draper. (Rippon, Campart, W. H. Croydon, hatter. (Saunders, II, Great Surry-street. T. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy.square. T.

Evans, T. Mackynlleth, Montgomery, innkeeper. Cella, P. Modeford-court, Fenchurch-street, wine- [Philpot, 3, Southampton-street, Bloomsburymerchant. (Annesley, Finsbury-square. T.

square, C. Clarksơn, J. Gracechurch-street, hatter. (Os. Fuller, J. M. Worthing, linen-draper. (Jones,

baldeston, London-street, Fenchurch-st. T. Sise-lane. T. Cropper, Jas. Great Peter-street, Westminster, Garrick, J. L. Mitcham, merchant. (Grimaldi,

brewer. [Mangnall, 16, Aldermanbury. T. 1, Copthall-court. T. Fisher, F. jun. Leicester-square, surgeon." (Budd, Haviland, R. Cirencester, Gloucester, rectifier. Bedford-row. T.

[Becke, Devonshire-stree:, Queen-square. C.

ple. c.

Holland, H. L. Birmingham, builder. (Alex. Smith, H. St. Martin's.lane, Middlesex, woollen. ander, Carey-street, Chancery-lane. C.

draper. [Pownall, Old Jewry. T. Kenwood, C. G. John-street, West, Middlesex, Dec. 18.-Bamfard, R. Pontefract, York, maltster.

printer. (Jones, Minciog-lane. T. Rendall, J. Bridport, Dorset, painter. (Allen, Barratt, A. Newport Paguch, Buckingham, farmo

(Lake, 9, Cateaton-street. C. Clifford's-iun. C. Tippetts, E. and E. Gethen, Basinghall.street, fac.

er. (Spence, 7, Furnival's-inn. C. tors. [Pullen, 34, Fore-street, Cripplegate. T.

Bingham, R. Gosport, Southampton, clerk. [Mon

tagu, 43, Lincoln's-ipp-fields. c. Todd, S. Southampton, mercer. [Browne, New Callanan, D. and T. Walsh, King-street, Wap

Furnival's-inn. C.
Townsend, J. Honiton, Devon, and (i. Brooke, ping, soap-makers. (Thompson, 8, Walbrook.

Whimple, Devon, bankers. [Luxmoore, Red
Lion-square, Holborn. C.

Cavey, J. Beckley, Sussex, dealer. (Egan, 25,

Essex-street, Strand. T. Wills, R. Broad-street, Bloomsbury, tobacconist. (Cobb, Clement's-inn. T.

Else, S. Tredegar Iron-works, Bedwellty, Mon

mouth, shopkeeper. (Gregory, Clement's.inn.

C. Dec. lá.-Beale, W. Newbury, Berks, timber- Gleave, S. Warrington, Lancaster, shopkeeper. dealer. [Ashfield, Tokenbouse-yard. c.

[Hurd, London. C. Bell, J. and G. Bell, Berwick-upon-Tweed, coop. Jarvis, É. Norwich, carpenter. (Poole, Gray's ers. [Bennett, Lambeth-hill, Doctor's Com.

ian-square. C. mons. T.

Marshall, W. H. Bristol, ship-broker. (Vizard, Brander, J. and J. Barclay, Size-lane, merchants. Lincoln's-iun. C.

(Hurd, King's-bench-walk, Temple. T. Browne, J. Canterbury, linen-draper. [Reardon,

Parr, J. Stand-lane, within Pilkington, Lancas.

ter, check-manufacturer. [Perkins, HolbornCorbet-court, Gracechurch-street. T.

court, Gray's-inn. C. Chamberlin, J. Bristol, merchant. (Poole, 12, Pattison, c. St. Neots, Huntingdon, ironmonger. Gray's-inn-square. C.

[Day, St. Neots. C. Cleaver, W. Church-lane, Chelsea, grocer. (Daw. Staples, G. C. Halifax, woolstapler. (Wiglesson, Sarille.place, New Burlington-street. T.

worth, Gray's-ian-square. C. Durrant, William, Castle-street, Finsbury, tailor,

Turner, G. Liverpool, merchant. [Taylor, 9, (Clarke, Bishopsgate Churchyard. T.

King's Bench-walk, Temple. c. Eastwood, H. Eastwood, York, fustian-manufac

Wildman, J. Fen-court, Fenchurch-street, merturer. (Ellis, 43, Chancery-lane. C.

chant. (Le Blanc, New Bridge-street. T. Hatfield, H. Abingdon.row, Goswell-street-road, merchant. (Jones, Mincing-lane. T.

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. James, R. Conderton, Worcester, dealer in horses. (Jenkins, 8, New-inn. c.

Gazette-Nov. 27 to Dec. 20. Kay, E. Sheffield, merchant. [Battye, Chancery. Bell, A. and J. Sword, rope-makers, Leith. lane. C.

Hutchinson, J. D. iron-merchant, Edinburgh. Moore, J. Sowerby, York, woollen-cloth-manu- Chalmers, J. merchant, Glasgow.

facturer. (Wiglesworth, Gray's-inn-sg. C. Mylne, W. merchant, Leith. Potter, T. Manchester, publican. (Shaw, 18, Provand, J. merchant, Glasgow. Ely-place, Holborn. c.

Swayne, W. manufacturer, Dysart.

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