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ment the perfection of his form, we are ment we bave not room to say more at certain that the picture is not, what many present, than to refer to our last, and to have suspected it to be, a mixture of observe, that there is inore room, nay truth and fiction, but a veritable portrait, necessity, of improvement in taste in this
Omniu vincit amor, or “the Power of department, than in any of the others. Love in the Three Elements," (No. 63) In the sculptural department must not by the venerable president, is an exquisite be omitted the very excellent busts, by production equally distinguished for its Chantrey, particularly that of J. Ro conception, as its execution.- Mr. Law. Sinith, esq. (No. 936) which for cha. rance's portraits are all excellent, but racteristic force of expression is certainly his admirable portrait of Mr. West, unequalled. Nor should be omitted those (No. 113) possesses the most supreme of Mr. West, (No. 947) and John Horne beauties of the art.-Mercury avd Hersé, Tooke, esq. (No. 945) by the same are (No. 70) by Turner, is such a brilliant tist. Bacon's Good Samaritan, (No. 905) example of poetical coinposition, in is a chaste design and well executed, as is landscape, as is not excelled in the Flaxman's Victory, leaning on a trophy, English school; as is also (No. 81) his (No. 925.) Iloppner's Venus, (No. 946,) Apollo and Python. The Death of Lord is a piagiarisin from Nollekens.-Mule Nelson, (No. 116) by the president, has leken's busts are, as usual, admirable. been before-mentioned, and will be again Portrait of bis Most Gracious Majesty King noticed in a future review of Mr. Heath's
George III from the original picture, in the print from it. (No. 158), the celebrated
possession of the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, professor of elocution, Mr. Thelwall, by painted by James Noribcore, isq. R.A. esLonsdale, is a portrait of great merit, graved by William Say, ergraver to his Rsyal and displays the character of the orator Highness the Duke of Gloucester. Published in a striking point of view; it is bigbly June 4, 1811, by Tbomas Clay, 18, Ludcharacteristic, is a good likeness, and an gate-kill, London. excellent picture : as is also the Earl of This portrait is, we believe, the last Ilarrowby, (No. 151) by Phillips. Mr. for which our venerable monarch sal; West's Lot and his Daughter conducted and is a forcible impressive likeness. by two Angels, (No. 188) is another He is seated in his chair of state, habited striking proof of the energy and unwea- in the robes, collar, and plumed hat, of ried persererance of this great master's the order of the garter, which accessories pencil; this picture alone is so nient for form a splendid accompaniment to the a splendid reputation. Callcoll's Apollo portrait, and, altogether, make as excelslaying the Sons of Niobe at the Alter of lent picture of his Majesty as has been Latona, (No. 198) could not be omitted published for many years. Of the en. without injustice; nor could Arnald's graving by Say (mezzo tinto) it is not composition, from a description of Pæ5. too much to say that it possesses every cum, by the Abbé Dupaly, (No. 209.) requisite of the art ; smooth, correct, and Among the water-colour drawings, (which perfect in its gradations of the chiaroare this year placed in a new room, for- scuro: and with the portrait of his Royal merly the secretary's apartments) are Highness the Prince Regent, which Mr. some remarkably fine ones, by Mrs. C. Say is engraving as a companion, will Long, an honorary exhibitor of great form as fine a pair of whole-length pore talents. Edridge's portraits are as usual traits, as a collector could possibly deexcellent, and Mr. Henry Corbould has corate his room or portfolio with. one from the Lady of the Lake. Bone's
s Portraie of Sir Francis Burdert, painted, ord
Portraie enamels are past all praise. In the ano dedicated to obe People of England, by 9. R. tiroom are, a Demoniac, (No. 404) by Smith, and engraved by William Ward, en. Dawe, horribly, fine; some exquisitely
graver to bis Royal Higbness the Duke of tine landscapes, by Miss Gouldsmith,
York. Published' May 29, 1811, by J. R. particularly a View at Soutb-ball, Mid- Smith, 33, Newman-street. diesex, (No. 464) which for truth of na The original painting in crayons, of tural effect, las not its superior in the this deservedly popular and highly iudeexhubition. Among the miniatures, pendent characier, was among the prine Hlaines's Ballad - Singer, (No. 555.) cipal ornaments of the Royal Academical The Gipsey Mother and Child, from exbibition this year; and as such, is well Nature, (No. 573) by Robertson, and known to every admirer of the arts, Portrait of the Countess of Oxford, Mr. Ward has increased his reputation (N0. 590) by Newton, are the most by the manner in which he bas executed excelent, or the architectural departe the plate, which possesses the great
Monthly Retrospect of the Fine Arts. 507 merit of being a free, well.executed print, esq. R.A, with a descriptive Essay, by and is a perfect fac-simile of its original. R. Hunt, esq. Besides being one of the best executed 4. A Land.cape, called Pope's Villa, portraits, it is also one of the best like. by J. M. W. Turner, esq. R.A. and nesses of the worthv baronet in existence; P.P. in the Gallery of Sir John F. Lcje and is commeinorative, in a very striking ce-ter, bart. Engraved by Jubo Pye, degree, of bis late political sufferings, and and Charles Ileath: with a descriptive combines an historical fact with pour- Essay. traitive truth.
The concluding Letter-Press, descrip
tive of St. Paul's Cathedral Churchi, by Portrait of John Horne Torke, esq. painted by
Edinund Aikin, esq. architect.
in consequence of the equality of merit This venerable scholar and highly in the three best prize pictures, detergifted man, who justly ranks as one of mined, and divided, their proposed prethe most learned etymologists in Europe, mium of 200, 100, and 50, guineas to the and of the best writers in England; best, second, and third, best, into three whose whole life is so closely interwoven equal shares, and awarded them to with English history, and whose name, Messis.. Dawe, Hilton, and Joseph. when the jaundiced eye of prejudice Mr. Dawe's picture is a Negro overshall be purged “ with euphrasy and powering a Buffalo; Mr. Hilton's, the visual rue,” will go down to posterity Entombing of Christ; and Mr. Joseph's among the most eminent British worthies; Priam mourning over the dead body of is represented in the interesting, though Hector. All of which have been reafflicting, situation, in which age and ine viewed before in this retrospect.
firmities has leli the outer frame of the Mr. Lonsdale has just finished an ex"able author of the “ Diversions of Purley." cellent portrait of General Congreve, of He is lying recumbent on his couch, on the Royal Artillery, in this uniforin of which he sees and delights his friends colonel of that celebrated corps, which, at with the power of his genius, and the the desire of his Royal Ilighness the brilliancy of his intellect; folios of his Prince Regent, has been placed in one manuscripts and favourite authors are of the principal apartments at Carlton placed within his reach, and he is in the House, and was there fixed a few days convenient loose costume and cap, wbich before the late splendid rête, and fornus he regularly wears. Of this, as well as the a companion to Lord Ilutchinson, by last article, too much praire cannot be Phillips, in a series of a choice few of given, whether we consider it as a por- the Prince's most esteemed friends; trait of the man, or as a work of art; the among which are Lord Moira, by Sir painter and engraver having gone as far Joshua Reynolds; Lord Erskine, by as the nature of their art would permit Hoppner, &c. The Prince has expressed them,
his approbation of the picture, and proNo. IV. of the Fine Arts of the English School,
nounced it worthy of its honourable Edited by Yobn Brition, F.S.A. contains situation, which, from one of his Royal 1. A portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds,
Higbness's acknowledged taste, is great from a picture by himself, in the council
and well merited praise. foon of the Royal Academy; engraved
On the 4th ult. the Royal Academy by William Bond: also a Biographical
held their annual celebration of their
royal founder's birth-day, at the Crown Memoir of that eminent Artist, by James
and Anchor tavern, in the Sirand, which Northcote, esq. R.A.
was numerously attended by the most 2. Sculpture.- View of a Monument,
eminent artists, both in and out of the to the memory of Mrs. Howard, designed, and executed in Marble, by Jo.
establishment, amateurs, and patrons
of art. The chair was filled by the reseph Nollekens, esq. R.A. engraved hy James Godby, with a descriptive Essay,
spectable and worthy president, and the by R. Hynt, esg.
evening was spent with pleasant ra.
tionality. 3. An Engraving, hy William Bond,
On Monday the 24th ult. the different from a painting, representing the “ Sixth
schools in the Royal Academy opened to) Angel loosing the four Angels from the
the students for the season, and on the River Euphrates:" (vide" Revelations,
the following Monday the library also. flap. ix. ver. 14.) by Henry Howard,
· REPORT OF DISEASES, Under the Care of the late Senior Physician of the Finsbury Dispensary, from the
201h of May to the 20th of June. A N impressive instance occurred with., opinion of his disorder constitutes the
A in the Reporter's knowledge about worst part of it. Fear is its most proa fortnight ago, of the calamitous effect minent feature, and most important in. of impetuous passion. A farmer was in- gredient. The corporeal part of his comtemperately indignant against a tenant, plaint seems to be seated in the stomach, for some alteration which he had made and his apprehension is in a great meain one of his houses, and in the crisis of sure the creature of indigestion. There his raye fell instantly dead at his feet. is no circumstance attending his indispoThe violence of his emotion exhausted sition which threatens danger, or is io. the powers of vitality, without the inter- consistent with a fair chance of longevention of disease. The moment before vity; and yet he is obstinately convinced, the sudden rising of his rage, he was in without being able to explain any reason the most perfect health, and had been so for his inflexible persuasion, that he sball for a long time previous. Although at Dever recover, and that he is even actu. already an advanced age, his mode of ally trembling on the rery edge of the living, and moderation in every thing but grave. This is far from being a singular temper, promised still a considerable example of hypochondriasis, a disease protraction of comfortable life. Arm- which, whatever may be the cause, seeins strong had such a case as is here related to be every day extending still wider ebe in his view in the following description: circle of its dominion.
But he, whom anger stings, drops, if he dies. Another remarkable instance of the At once, and rushes apoplectic down!” *
influence of mental agitation in producing
disease of the body, the Reporter had an It may be doubted, however, whether
opportunity of observing, in his attendthis fatal attack may be correctly consi
ance upon a lady in the course of the dered as apoplectic, although that epithet
last winter. Her husband, who was el.
. is in general, but certainly with too little
tremely anxious on her account, was, at discumination, applied to almost every
the time of her greatest danger," seized case of sudden death, which has not been
with an apparent and unequivocal jaune obviously occasioned by external violence,
dice; and it was observable afterwards, The physical injury arising from inordi
that his complexion grew gradually more nate passion, scparate from any mis. chievous action to which it may lead,
clear, as the prospect became brighter of
"e his wife's ultimate recovery. has not been sufficiently the subject of
of this article has at present under his medical attention. It operates upon the
professional direction a merchant, whose vital functions in a state of health, so
solicitude about the entangled and preas to produce disturbance and disease;
carious state of his commercial atfairs and, in a state of actual disease, it has
has so impaired the tone of his digestive an alarming tendency to aggravate every
organs, that he is unable to retain on his symptom of disorder, and to increase the
stomach any thing which it receives. risk of a fatal termination. Anger, when it is not immediately dangerous, is at
There is no end to examples which might
equally illustrate the medical power of lcast unwholesome. It is painful, with
the passions. out any compensation of pleasure. It is
Although an evenness and quietness of a thorn without a rose. A man must be
temper may in many instances appear altogether unwise, who would sacrifice his health to his enmity, and really in.
cunnate or constitutional, equanimity
ought not, on that account, to be rejure himself, because he conceives that
garded as out of the reach of acquisition. he has been injured by another. But
The feelings which have been subject to anger is not the only mode of mental
an habitual restraint, will seldom be found perturbation which is hostile to a man's
to rise above their proper level. Dispro. plavsical as well as intellectual well-being.
portionate emotions may often, in early The Reporter has been lately consulted
life at least, be repressed, in the same by a person whose conversation and letters exbibit a general superiority of mind,
manner as deformities or irregularities of attended, bowever, with a partial inbe
bodily shape are, by constant compres. cility. This good sense reserts hiin only
sion, forced into a more natural figure upon the subject of his health. His uwa
J. REID. m Grenville-street, Brunswick-square, • Art of preserving Health.
June 25, 1811.
ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced between
the 15th of Muy and the 15th of June, extracted from the London .. Gazettes.
BANKRUPTCIES. (This Month 1893
Dod! G. Vauxhall place, I amheth, surveyor. (Gregory,
Newington Surry (The Solicitors' Names are between Parentheses.).
Dolan B. Strand, cheeremanger. (wi ?us and Holo
taway, Suthainptou building, Chaucery lane ACKLAND A Leadenhall Market and Birchin lane,
Duckworth H. Liverpriol, merchant. (Bardwell and
Duckworth J. Mancheiter, victuallar. (Edge, M211
Dunftan T. Falmouth, linen-draper. (Nind, Throg.
Eames W. Little Moor fields, Atable keeper. (Luckett. (Walton, Gir.
Wilron ftreet, Finsbury fuare
Idwards H. H. Woolwich carpenter,
(Sherwood, Cans (Atkinfon,
. terbury far, Southwark Catie Areet Falcon square
Llis J. Swinton Meer, Gray'i ion square, scavenger. Atkintow. Threr King Court, Lombard ftreet hat.na.
(Coletan, Furnival's inn
Eaglith T. Sull, thip builder.
(Edmunds, Linda's 7 aikon,
inn • Temple
Eure H. and R, Richards, Queen free, Filisbury, Bagley D. Sedgely, *taford, iron mader. (Strong, saill, wheelwrichts. (Lowlers and Croite, St. Mildred's and strong, Lincoln's inn
court, Poultry Bailey T. Hackney, factor (Nind, Throgmortos Evans R. Beech treet, Barbican, checfenonger. (Wirre ftreet
de, John Areet, Bedford row Baker w, York, confectioner. (Hearon, York
Iverite j., W. J. and S. Gulfira horfe Jealers. (Lucas, Bayes T. S. Martin's lane, golu a folver lacemin. Wetberiteet. Blackfriar's road (Woods, Now Corn Exchange Mark lane
Tarra E. Halifax, Brocer. (Hotaron, Surry trest, Beck P. alford, Mancheter, brewer. (Hewlett and Sirand . Kirk. Manchefter
Fell J. and w, Rean, Nottingham, hofiers. (Kiuderley.
Bend Ince, Gray's inn fyre
Fenton R un, H311 ry, Scafford, draper. (Birch, Foster,
U Buhop. Nanley (Evrit apn Rixon, Haydon square
Ferriter, M Focorrer, merchant. (Pafiore, Warne Bennett A. M. Devanthure treet. Queen fquare, isfurarce Fird court, Throporton ítreet
broker. (Wederon, Baritw, and Grosvenor, Aukin. Forbes ). Liverpuul, Bierchants (Shephard and Adlinge Friars
ton, Grassinn Bors T., J. Richards and R. Jone', Liverpool, tailors. For R. Britai, rape manufacturer. (Rolier and Son, (Murrow, Liverpool
G reit J. Lenham, Kent, haberdasher. (King, Caitle Brelt H. Sloanc square, carpenter. (Druce, Billier Atreet Holborn . fquare
Gerrard J.G. Kainghiall Areet. merchant. (Pilches ang Prooks J. Queen @reet, Cheapfide, merchant. (Birkett, Sempron, 5t, swithin's lane, Canton ftreer • Bond court, Walbrouk
Gilchrit G. Liverpool, merchant. (Murrow, Liver. Brown ), anaj, Rull, merchants. (Edwards, Symond's
GUIR. Birmingham, draper. (Toulkes and Creswell.
Glover J. Liverpool, boot and moe maker. (Blackstock,
Goldton M. I. Great Profcot Areet, Good man's Relis. bunt ). Chard, Somerset, Jobber. (Tiner, Lyme
Terchant. (Howard and Abrahams, Jewry treet,
mitt. (Freann, Great Queen Arest, Lincolo's iun
Guest J. w. D. Kinghon, grocer. (Chippindall, Great
Hale J. C. Vins Qieet, Anienica riguare, merchant.
Haley A. Mortuu, Yurk, cution manufacturer. (Lewis.
Hali G. Hlywell Arect, Shoreditchi (Stratton and All-
Ha énbene F. Mount ftreet, Croivenor Square, faruary
BUITIure, Hatton Garden burton
Hardinan J. Blackheath Hill, vi&ualler. (Hill, Roudlane, Colls R. Burr ftreet, Lower Eat Smithfield, hemd mer.
Fenchurch atreet chant. Recks, Welici se fquare
Marre w. Bow Common lane, merchant. (Vincent,
Hartley R iancroyd, Lapt after, calico manufacturer.
Hobmail W. and C. Degford, cow keepers. (Minthull
Hockin). Biddeford, Devon, fpirit merci
Hock y jun. Sulh Cheriton, Sumner fer, chcelerronger.
Horreron JR Liverpool, merchant. itace, Liverpool
sale Su uthwak, carpenter. (Hu. Lawrence pointuey 13110
phics, 1 oken boule ya d
thorne, Clauke Warnaciort
Hoppe . (Durch areet, Little hories, mathematical
Howell J. Liverpool, inerchant. Murtow Livepool
(ta.mer, Tobin Remsand nitons Copinatuit
Tanil W. Walworth. Surty, upholsterer. (Brow, Swabry S. Patrint fquare, Berbnal Greta, drapero Pudding Janc, Thames itreet
(Coren. Lyon's inn Jetesan W. Swansea architect. (Tenkins, Swansea Swaii w. jun. Liverpool, merchact. (Leigh, Liver Joonitone J. Liverpool, merchant. (Windle, John Atreet, pool Bedford row
Tait w. w. Liverpool, merchants [Staniltreer und Ides, June A. Birmingham, liquor merchant. (Maud ley, Liverpoul Birmingham
Taylor J. B. Doncafter, joiner. (Spilsbery and Nilla Jones J. Worcefter, plover, Platt. Worcefter
Rawtry, York Jones H. $. Buenos Ayres, merchant. (Long, America Thomas T. Cwindy, Carmarthen. Popkeeper. Jeg forare
king, James and Abbott, New Inn Jofeph S N. Bury freet, St. Mary Axe, mercbant. Tracey P.). Pollard's Triw. Bethnal Green, narrow wei. (Teasdale, Merchant Taylor's Hall
ver. Swan, New Bala hall street Kespins J. Barnham, utex, brewer. (Few and Anh- Urquhart w. Lloyd's coffee house, merchant. Daca more. Covent Garden
and Crossland. Old Broad fieet Kines. Union treet, Whitechapel. Pearcel and son, Walker R. Ludlow, Salop. miller. (Rarell and Jonet, swithili's lare
Ludlow I apaik G. Bishopfzate Greet within, cheeremonger, Wall S. alisbury, wilis, linea draper. Denolica, Cold (Nind, Thragmorton Areet
man street buildings Larrandon G. Margate, wine merchant. (Chapman, Waller J. Lower Tooting. butcher. (Orchard, Hattor Margate
Garden Long P. Mere, Chemire, tanner. (Folling, Koutsford. Ward w. C. Glocefter, money feriveder. (Davis. Cla Lowe A. Croydon, cutler. (Guy, Croydon
cetter Ludlow W... Andover, Hants, wine merchant. (Hay. Watfon W. D. Lawrence Pountney hill. (Crawford, wad Great Ormond Areet
Broad Atreet Luxton J and J. Hillier, Poole, Dorrer, linea drapers. Welt W. M. Hammersmith, a pothecary Hield 18 (Oakley, St Martin's lane, Caunon Etreet
Shearsold. Cliffordion Lyon Leadenhallitreet. insurance broker. (Burt and "Wightman W. Petticoat lane, Whitechapel, victual cr. Swinford, John it est. Crutched Friers
(Glynes, Burr Atreet, Eaft Sinithield Mason W. Railiow. Chciter cotton spinner. (Hewitt and Wiginore W. Narrow fiect, Limehouse, biscuit baker. Kirk, Manchester
(Tara, Weinford court Meacher E. L. Berkhampitead. Keris, brandy merchant. Wilkinson J. Appledore, Kent, miller. (Arrowsmith, (Reardon and Co. Corbett court, Gracechurch ireet
Devonshire freet, Queep fuare Meacher T. Newport Pagnell, Bucks. brewer. (Ger Williams D. Cardigan. Thopkeeper. Baynton, Britta! rard, olney
Wilson J. Leeds, merchant: (Sykes and Xbowl Melcer T, Billinghurst, brewer. (Sweet and Stokes, New Inn Temple
Wilron 1. Sunderland, tip owner. (Bides, Bilbop Millard e. Dursley, Glouceste thire, innholder. (Hill, weermouth Durney
Withers H. Bath, haherda ther. (Wingate, Bath Morris W. Gracechurch areet, victualler. (Cocker, Woudhead L. Linthwaite, Yorkthire, woollen manufacturer, Saliau Arect. Soho
[Crossland. Huddersfield Morris J Gracechurch arcet, cheefemonger. (Bicknell Wrisht 1. Drury lane, coach spring maker [Taylare Southampton buildin125, Holborii
Fore itreet, Cripplegale. Murray W. Pall Mall court, Pall Mall, tailor. (Richard. Yello'ey R. Newcale upon Tyne, merchant. (Atki fans, New Inn
fun, Wildes and Mackarall, Chancery lane Newport w. jur. King's road. Gray's inn lanc, coach Young 1. Funlow, Eyam, Derbyhire, thapkeesti. maker. Wright, nyde ftreet, Blom bury
(Hurd, Temple Nuttall ). Manchener, dealer in twist and weft. (Ellis, Younx 1. Strand, apothectry. Bripsi, Etex treet, Chancery lane
Strand Oldham T. Ronere Arect. Haymarket, painter. (John Young I. White Coppice, Chorley, Laucafer. Sleacher fob, Charlutte ftreet, Fitzroy square
[Dewhurit, Prettun Oram J. Cricklade, wilts, che lemonger. (Thompson, Cirencenter
DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED. Overton P. Windmill frect, vi&tualler. (Jones, Milinan place, Bedford row
Abbott P. D. Powis place, Great Ormond Greet, hop keeporn Page ). w. Laurenny, Pembroke, foap boiles. (Hurd, June 8 Temple
Andertou G. and J. H. Lades, Tooley areet, merchants Park G, North Shields, Northumberland, anchor smith. June 22 (Bell and Prodrick, Cheapade
Andrew $. and J. Smith, Stockport, chefire, cotton spise Parks T. Pickering York, inokeeper. (Morton, Gray's ners, July 3 iun square
Arnold W. S. Princes' square, Middlesex, carpenter, July Parry J. Qulity court, Chancery lane, scrivener. (Duit, Bancock J. Paternoster Towy bookseller. De 8 Thavics in
Badderley J. Wolverb impton Statiord. ar egift, Junt 24 Tafley H. Sr. Martin's court, St. Martin's lane, Jeweller. Maker wi Sandgate, Keit, thip builder, Jue 1$ ITurner and Pike, Gray's inn
Ball R. Bridge mad, Lambeth, linen draper. July 13 Phillips V. Bichtun, vintner, (Artree, Brighton
Ball J. liciherfetr, Nortolk, engineery Sty in Fitinan J. North Barrow, Somerset, chcelenanger. Barnes M. Wolverhampton, Stafford, miller, Juae (Baden), Chard
Barrie, R. Durham, mercer, June 13
Bartlett W. Plymouih Dock. M:2fon, June 27
Bates T. and S Halifax, worlapiers, June Pre@yman W. Whitechapel, cooper. (Noy and Pope, Bear J. Sudbury. Suffolk, buitcbers June 15 Mincing lane
Bedford T. Barnet. Hert, blacksmith, June 11 Pully. Norwich, viltu aller. (Marth. Norwich
Beicher J.Oxford, Moemaker, June 28 Puran 5. Swinton Areet, Gray's ian lanc, chemift. Benton J. W. Hoibeach, Liuccin. furgeon, July 3 (Stevenson, New Square, Lincolui's in.nl
Bissers J. Gracechurch Street, jeweitet, June ? Quinclet C. Liverpool, broker Vroon Stone
Blackmore E. Henrietta ftreet, Covent garden, tailor, you Ray T. Upier "Thaide areet. ftationer. (Hall and Elurton w, Caverswall, Stafford, june. Drake, Saiter's hall, Cannun freet
Bolta R. Horion, York, calico minutasinrer, June Ridgway S. Eccles. La cathjre, painter. (Toulks and Booth ). Nortsen, Chiefter, and J. Smith, Liverpool, con Creliwell, Manchettes
merchants, Jure 17 Ruuthan W. Mouton, Lincoln, Erocer. (Foller and Bowcher J. and w. Wood, Exeter, June 15 Bonner, Spalding
Bowers N. and W. Cannon ítreet, comb makers, July 6 Kowlan, fun and J. Bates, Cheapride, merchants. Bracken R., T. Willi ins, and L. Brackes, Rochcale, Las. (kind, Throg moston treet
cashire, mercbants, Tuy 6 Rukeley M. St. Ives, Huntingdon, draper. (Lyon, Gray's Briggs C. J. Gravereod. flopreler, Jone is inn fquare
Brix R. Kpighiitridge, cabinet maker, July 2 Sartain J. Horfoferry road, builder. (Miathull and Veal, Browu W. Sackville Street, Piccadilly laceman, Joly Abingdon Areet
Browner Jewry treet, Aldgat, woolleu draper, July Nsholmeld ). Ruclidale, shopkeeper. (Ferrand, Rocha Biyan S. Givenor Mews, chandler. Joly
Budden W and H. Pyeach, Friday treet, crocers, Jume. decart St. James's ftreet. confectioner
Bull T. Wadhur. Sux, thopkeeper, Jun 22 Took's cout. Curfitur Aret
Bull J..W.Banks, and G. Eryti, K 8 ftreet, Cheapuce Sharood C. brigtsen Fiduauer. Wilde and Knight wheiefale linen drapers July 3 Catle ftreet. Aconfuae
Bunn S. Great Charlotie Arect, Blackfriars road, merca showen E. Thiend.ccule Aruet, c ee house keeper. Tone 8 Alien, New Bridge it riet, Blackfi iuri
Burbuge W. Cannon freer, umbrella manufacturer, Ju Smit 1. Oxfurit, linen draper (Wain, Oxford
Carring H. Broad irect. merchant, July 13 South J. Eridgwater fquare, lapidary. (Hitund, New Cares Gainsbergh, Lipcola mercer. July 7 nanitreet. Oxford itteet
Carr G. and !, Sheffield, grocers, July 3 Baith . Hedon, Yorki precer. (Codd. Hull
Carter ). Cifupigare street Without, merchant, June 15 Spark ). Bucingtan treet, Soranid, scrivener. Chanibers 2. Wateringbury, Kert, thopkeeper, July 6 Howard, St Martin's lane
Chambers R. Newcastle upon Tybe, iroumonger, July 23 Stephen 1. Joicer's 1!2!! Buildings. [Owen and Hicks, Chamley T. Liverpool earinenwart dealer, July 8 Bartleti's buildings. Holborn
('Wild R. Darington, fellmonger, july 3 nek.bon, Giocette, ucaler, acobe, Briftoi Siarie W Warwick Qreet, Charing Cruis, tailor.
Chindery F. Craubourn pallage, Leicester fquare, G.
(Tay. vrapet, June 12 lor, Fore treet. Criptate BUDO!** W
Clemmens j. and C. Price, Pickert Areet, cbeefeuille Froine ivi wave, Somerset, Sussier. Je Juues
Clows J. Birmingham, Jeweller, Jwie 26
wery F. 1980, felmohenware deterioaser, July,