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BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND. Where the Torn 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 are placed after a [. T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.
Vaughan, T. Chorley, Lancaster, cotton-manu. Gazette-April 27 to May 21.
facturer. [Appleby, Gray's-inn. C. April 27- Beley, J. Birminghain, dealer. [Tur- April 30.--Amiss, J. Bromyard, Hereford, vicuualner, 5, Bloomsbury-snare. C.
ler. (Hilliard, Gray's-ini-square. (. Bleay, J. Marston, Oxfordshire, corn-dealer. [Ro. Bentley. T. and E. Bentley, Leicester, brace-mabinson, 32, Charter-house-square. C.
nufacturers. (Chilton, 7, Chancery.lane. C. Carliell, C. Bury St. Edinunds, Suffolk, carpenter. Cruso, T. Norwich, linen-draper. (Tilbury, Fal[Broinley, Gray's-inn-square. C.
con street, C. Carter, M. Forton-Mill, Southampton, miller. Davis, G. East Stonehouse, Deron, ship-builder.
(Minchin, 8, Verulam.buildings, Gray.inn. C. [Raine, Temple. C. Cole, T. and R. Priest, jun. Norwich, warehouse Green, 1. Birmingham, ironmonger. (Swain, Fre.
men. [Tilbury, Falcon-street, Falcon-square. derick's-place, Old Jewrv. C. C.
Heath, W. Cheadle, Stafford, grocer. (Barbor, Finer, F. Drary.lane, grocer. (Flower, Fenchurch 122, Fetter.Jane. C. buildings, Fenchurch-street. T.
Horsley, J. Newcastle upon Tyne, lioen-draper. Freethy, T. Acton, Middlesex, baker. (Hill, Wel. (Constable, 10, Symond's-inn. Chancery-lane. c. beck.street T.
* Prothers, J. Joumouth, shopkeeper. (Gregory, Mottram, J. Bristol, hop-merchant. (Poole, Gray's. 12. Clement's-inn. C. inn-sgnare. C.
Roxby, R. B. Arbour-square, Commercial-road, Nash, J. sen. Clandon, Surrey, farmer. [Parmer, merchant. (Atcheson, Great Winchester-street. Bed ford-row. T.
T. Smith, A. J. and I. Shepherd, Brierley, Stafford, Surman, F. Crowle, Worcester, maltster. [Wil. ironmasters. [Tooke, Gray's-inn. C.
liams, 9, Lincoln's-ino. C. Smith, R. Frome West Woodlands, Somerset, jnn. Watkins, W. Norton-juxta, Kempsey, Worcester, holder. (Perkins, Gray's-iun. C.
corn-dealer. (Colleit, 62, Chaucery-lane. C.
Wilson, H. Hatton-garden, auctioneer. [Hodgson, Fearman, W. New Bond-street, bookseller St. Mildred's-court. T.
[Gaines, Caroline-street, Bedford-square. T. Woakes, J. Hereford, upholsterer. [Wright, 5, Lawson, P. Bowness-ball, Cumberland, coraHart-street, Bloomsbury-square. C.
factor. [Addison, Verulam-buildings, Gray's. May 4.-Attree, Wm. Brighton, coach-maker. inn, C. [Hunt, Surrey-street, Straud. T.
Parkes, J., J. Parkes, jan. and J. Parkes, War. Hudson, J. Ulverston, Lancaster, victualler. wick, worsted-manufacturers. [Amory, Throg:
[Blakelock. Serjeants-inn, Fleet-street. C. morton street. T. Jones, D. Liverpool, draper. [Blackstock, King's Robinson, W. Halifax,ironinonger. (Wiglesworth, Bench-walk, "Templc. c.
Gray's-ion. c. Jones, L. Deptford-bridye, Kent, grocer. [M'Duff, Smith, J. Wangford, Suffolk, warrener. [Hant, Castle-street, Holborn. T.
5, Surrey-street, Siraud. C. Orme, H. Liverpool, common-brewer. [Adling. Upperton, R. Petworth, Sussex, banker. (Hil. ton, Bedford row. C.
liard, Gray's. inn. c. Rout, J. Whitechaple, linen-draper. [Fisher, Fur Walton, S. Nantwich, Chester, liuen.draper. nival's-inn. T.
[Wildes, Chancery-lane. C. Salmon, J. Canterbury-buildings, Lambeth, coal Worswick, T. Lancaster, banker. [Bell, Bow
merchant. (Harris, Surrey-street, Strand. T. Church-yard, c. Sansom, J. Excter, china-dealer. (Brutton, 55, Broad-street. C.
May 18.-Bramwell, J. Leadenhall-street, hatter. Smith, M. H. Burslem, Stafford, draper. [Wil Brittan, J. Worcester, Jinen-draper. [Poole, 12,
(Mayhew, Chancery-lane. T. liams, 9, Old Buildings, Lincolu's-inn. C. Sykes, J. and J. Hollis, Manchester, iron-dealers.
Gray's.inn-square. C. (Adlington, Bedford-row. C.
Burgess, J, Liverpool, dealer. [Blackstock, 4, Willett, F., E. Willett, and R. Willett, Thetford,
King's Bench-walk, Temple. C. Norfolk, bankers. ' [Blagrave, Symond's-inn, Falkner
, F. Manchester, warehouseman. (Hurd, Chancery-lane. C.
Goodwin, J. Sheffield, victualler. [Fisher, Tharies. May 7.-Bradley, W. Louth, Lincoln, linen-dra. inn. C.
per. [Handley, 6, Gray's inn-square. C. Hamper, H. Cheltenham, Gloucester, hosier. Griffith, T. Hillmorton, Warwick, victualler. (Vizard, 50, Lincoln's-inn-fields. C.
[Fuller, Carltou chambers, Regent-street, C. Moore, D. Bordesley-iron-works, Warwick, iron. Hewitt, T. Carlisle, draper. [Clennell, Staple's, master. (Swain, 6, Frederick’s-place, Old Jewry. inn. C.
C. Marsh, W. and W. Willatt, Hanley, Stafford, Morris, S. Long Itchington. Warwick, corn-dealer.
earthenware-inanufacturers. [Dax, Guildford (Walker, Exchequer Office of Pleas. C. street. C.
Owen, J. Leadenhall-street, cabinet-inaker. (AshPritchard, J. Rosomond-street, Clerkenwell, car ley, 16, Bucklersbury. T.
penter. [Devey, Dorset-street, Fleet-street. T. Pearson, J. Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stafford, groMay 11.-Ackland, H, and J. Rose, Leadenball.
cer. (Wilson, 9, King's Bench walk, Temple. c. market, provision-merchants, [Daniell, Essex
Rose, J. G. Brompton, dealer. (Pike, New Bos
well.court, Lincoln's-inn-fields. T. street, Temple. T. Bird, I. T. Búry St. Edmund's, Suffolk, butcher.
Stewart, R. King's.street, Cheapside, Scotch-factor. (Sandys, Crane-court. C.
(Shaw, Verulam-buildings, Gray.inn. T. Bosher, I. Norway-place, Hackney-road, timber.
Williams, P. jun. Knightsbridge, draper. (Wilde, merchant. (Hutchison, Crown-court, Thread
College-bill. T. needle-street. T.
May 21.-Blyth, J. Wellington, Salop, draper. Cosser, W. Milbank-street, timber-merchant. [Adlington, Bedford-row. C.
(Sheffield, Great Prescott-street, Goodman's. Breedon, W. and H. Breedon, Raddington, Notfields. T.
tingham, dealers. (Long, Grey's-ipn. C. Cruckshanks, J. Gerrard-street, Elderado sash Collins, J. Vincent-place, City-road, broker, [Fenmanufacturer. [Allen, Carlisle-street, Soho. T.
ton, Austin Friars, Broad-street. T. Dryden, J. Wood-street, Cheapside, warehouse Colsos, W. Plymouth, grocer. (Swain, Frederick's. man. [Adams, Old Jewry. T.
place, Old Jewry. 'T. Ekins, W. sen. St. Ives, Huntingdon, innkeeper.
Dodd, J. and W. Dodd, Kirkoswald, Cumberland, [Long, 4, Holborn-court, Gray's-inu. C.
grocers. (Baltye, 20, Chancery-lane, C. Ely, T. Fenchurch-street. mall-factor. (Daniell, Fowler, J. S. anil A. E. Fowler, Liverpool, merEssex-street, Temple. T.
cbants. [Taslor, John-street, Bedford-row. C. Emett, C. Mangotstielt, Gloucester, quarryman.
Fulton, E. Earl-street, Blackfriars, coal-merchant. [Poole, 12, Gray's-inn-square. C.
[Bowman, Union.court, Broad-street. T. Gainson, J. Gainsburgh, Lincoln, merchant. Gibson, W. and F. Fomm, Triuity-sijuare, corn(Stocker, New Boswell-court, Carey-street. C.
factors. [Parnther, London-street, FenchurchHawkins, J. jun. Glastonbury, Somerset, horse
street. T. dealer. (Adlington, Bedford-row. C.
Hevs, J. Stockport, Chester, draper. [Battye, Pearl, R. Cambridge, cook. [Farlow, Gray's-inn.
Chancery.lane, c. C.
Humphreys, Billesdon, Leicester, draper. Russ, J. Evesham, Worcester, butcher. (Dark, Juplio, 5. Sunderland, "Durham, linen-draper.
(Moore, 8, New-square, Lincoln's-ipu. c. 30, Red Lion-square. C. Schofield, J. Sheffield, merchant. [W'ilson, 16, (Bell, Bow Church-yard, Cheapside. C. Greville-street, Haiton-garden. C.
Kent, T. Kirton-Holme, Lincoln, butcher. (JenTatoer, W. Kent-road, victualler. [Walls, Lower kids, New-inn, C. Thorohaugh-street, Bedford-square. T.
Newton. T. Holbeach, Lincoln, and W. Newton, Vincent, J. Regent-streei, victualler. (Orlebar,
Norfolk, jobbers. (Willis, 3, Warnford-court, George-street, Hanover-square. T.
Throginorton-street. C. Walwyn, R. Wood-street, Cheapside, printer. Penvold, w. Clutton, Somerset, builder. [Burfoot, [Jones, Mincing-lane. T.
2, King's Bench-walk, Temple. C. white, T. Regent-street, white-smith. [Rice, Jer.
myn-street, Piccadilly. T. Whitehouse, B. Dale-end, Birmingham, baker.
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. (Smith, Basinghall-street. C.
Gazette-May 4 to May 21. May 14.-Benbow, T. Bromyard, Hereford, draper. Paterson, M. and Co. fire-brick manufacturers, (Williams, Lincoln's-ipu. c.
Pori-Dundas, near Glasgow. Collard, W. Rathbone-place, baker. [Corbett, 9, Wilson, D. merchant, St. Andrew's. Bloomslary-square.C.
Walker, R. victualler, Glasgow. Dean, R. W. and T: W. Cooke, Bethnal-green, Richardson, R. merchant, Lochbaben. brewers. [Cranch, Union-court, Broad.street. Robertson, J. and Co. booksellers, Edinburgh. T.
Newham, T. merchant, Glasgow. Devey, H. F., T. Tickell, and J. Saunders, Golds. Malcolin, R. bookseller, Glasgow,
hill, Stafford, iron-manufacturers. (Nortin, 3, Tod, J. and A. merchants, Borrowstoundess. Gray's-inn-square. C.
Gordon, W.cory-merchant, Edinburgh. Daunett, D. Norwich, veterinary-surgeon. (Fen- Imray, 3. stationer, Glasgow. ton, Austin-friars. C.
Peck, S. spirit-dealer, Glasgow.
youngest son of the late Thomas Selby, Esq.
of Bildlestone, Northumberland, to Juliana,
youngest daughter of the late Major O'Brien, of
At East Barnet, Sir Thos Whelan of Dublin,
to Alicia, youngest daughter of Edward Egan.
of Ussage-house, Herts.
at Bail, Major General Sir W. Inglis, KCB.
to Margaret Marianne, eldest daughter of Ma-
jor Gen. Raymond.
6. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Rev.
George Porcher, Henry Porcber, Esq. of Arling-
ton-street, to Sarah, second daughter of Jobn
Pearse, Esg. of Craig's-court, Charing Cross,
Also the Rev. J. Edwin Lance, to Madeline
Lonisa, only surviving daughter of the late
Jovas Dupree Porcher, Esq of Winslade, Devon.
6. At Halberton, the Rev. J. Eagles, "AM. of
Wadham College, Oxford, to Elizabeth, second
daughter of the late Henry Manley, Esq. of
Manley, near Tiverton, Devonshire.
8. At St. Clements Daues, William Wastell, Esq.
of Hunter-street, Brunswick-square, to Agatha
Whalley; youngest grand-daughter of the late
Rev. W. Barclay.
9. At Bray. Mr. (ieorge Bretton, of Maidenhead,
to Anna Marin, only surviving daughter of Law.
rence Norman, Esq. Mayor of that corporation.
13. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the very
Kev. tbe Denn of Carlisle, William Turner.
Esq. of the loner Temple, Barristeer-at-Law,
only son of W. Turner, Esq. of Chanel Tvod in
the county of Dublin, to Maria Elizabeth Frances,
daughter of the late John Morris, Esq. of East-
ington, in the county of Peinbroke.
14. At Marylebone Church, the Rev. Edward Or-
lebar Smith, Rector of Holcut and Salford, in
the county of Bedford, to Julia, daughter of the
late Rev. Thomas Willis, of Bletchley, Bucks,
and sister of Jolin Flemming, Esq. MP. for
16. At Hornchurch, Essex, Henry Tweed, Esq.
of Rumford, to Mary Johnson, eldest daughter
of Wasey Stersy, Esq. of the same place.
Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, and son of A.
of the Right Rey, the Lord Bishop of Raphoe.
London, to Sophia, second daughter of R. B.
At St. Omers, A. B. Earnest l'andechont, Capt. of
Engineers, in the French service, to Anne
gorie, late inerchant at Dunkirk.
pool Hall, in the county of York, and Bradsted Burleigh ball, in the county of Leicester, and
Baillie, RN. aged 90.
Jaines Nocl, fifth son of Sir Gerard Noel Nocl, I: aac Hearit, Carter Priucipal King at Arms,
Hon. Lady Eleanor Elizabeth King, daughter
Res, the lead of Carlisle, Georve Rust, Esq. of 5. At his house, in Hill street, Berkeler-square,
fian Stuart, archbishop of Armaghi, aud Lord
bridge, Esq. son of J. Woodbridge, Esq. of the fifth, youngest, and last surviving son of
cember, 1900. His death was occasiol.ed by a
Heathcote, youngest son of the late Rev. C. T. medical aid was almost immediately obtained,
6. From the bursting of a blood vessel, Lieutenaut
Infantry, son of Richard Carey, Esq. of New. 20. In child-bed, Mrs. Anna Nelson Hoost, eldest
daughter of Mr. Turnerelli, the sculptor.
The Rev. Dr. Thomas O'Bicrne, Lord Bishop og
At his house, in Ratland-square, Dublin, his
thew Russell, Esq. MP. of Bruncepeth-castle,
At Hampstead, in his 29th year, Dr. John Lieut. of his Majesty's ship Conway.
an inflammation of the lungs.
Col. John Stuart Jordan, of the 10th Re:zt. Bom-
after 20 years of important services, during
Governor-General, medals and other distinc-
At Paris, aged 80, the celebrated Abbé Sicard, Di.
At Berhampore, in the East Indies, Captain Thos
only sister of the late and aunt of the present
gallantly supported the honour of the British
75th year, after a protracted illness, the Countess Force, off the Sand's Head.
and Magistrate of Surat, by whose death the
serrant, and his relatives and connexions a most
Esq. third son of the late Sir Edward Smythe, At Benares. Major William Blake, of the 13th
At Sea, Captain Thos. Borradaile, of the Hon. E.
ness, i ith which he was attacked on leaving
Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Rev. On his journey to Bangalore, whither he was pro.
ceeding for the benefit of his health, Sir Samuel
Belt, Esq. of New Boswell-court, Barrister at Thomas Burxh, Esq. of the county of Kildare,
and Mr. Watkins, drowned by beiay upset in a
H.L. Hunter, Esq. of Beechhill, Berks, and of related to the Earl of Blessington, and to the
Earl of Clancarty.
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