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tion of acids and other substances.--Sept. 8th. Jean Frederic, Marquis de Chabanne, of Dominique Pierre Deurbroucq, of KingRussell-place, Fitzroy-square, Middlesex ; street, Soho, Middlesex, Gent. ; for an apfor a new method and apparatus for at- paratus for the purpose of condensing the tracting and catching fish.-Aug. 14th. alcoholic steams arising from spirituous li

John Collins, of Lambeth, Surrey, en quors, such as wine, brandy, beer, cyder, gineer; for an improvement on cast-iron &c. during their fermentation. Commurollers for sugar-mills, by more permanently nicated to him by a foreigner residing fixing them to their gudgeons.-Aug. 14th. abroad.-Sept. 1lth.

John Nichol, of West-End, St. John's, Richard Francis Hawkins, of Plumstead, Hampstead, Middlesex, master-mariner; for Kent, master-mariner; for improvements an improved capstan, windlass, and hawser- in the construction of anchors.— Sept. 1lth. roller.-Aug. 22d.

William Webster, of George-court, William Lane, of Birmingham, jack- Princes-street, Soho, Middlesex, gunmaker ; for certain improvements on hori. maker; for certain improvements in the zontal roasting-jacks ; which improvements mechanism of, and appertaining to, Forare applicable to other useful purposes. — syth's roller magazine, for the discharge of Aug. 23d.

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BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND. Where the Town or City in which the Bankrupt resides is not expressed, it will be always in London of the Neighbourhood. So also of the Residences of the Attorneys, whose names are placed afler a [. T distinguishes London Cominissions, C those of the country.

[Наз. Stuart, H. Worcester, wine-merchant, Gazette-Sept. 22 to Oct. 23.

nam, Piazza-chambers, Covent-garden. 1. Sept. 22. Arnold, J. H., Llanblethian, Gla Oct. 2.-Mercer, H. Liverpool, merchant. [Battye,

morgan, cattle-jobber. (Jennings, 4, Elm-court, Chancery-lane. c. Temple. T.

Ward, T. Seamer, York, maltster. [Lever, Gray's. Colyer, w. Broad-street, St. Giles's, boot and inn, C. shoe-maker. [Jones, 1, New-inn. T.

Whitehead, R. Withnell, Lancaster, corn-iner. Hailstone, W. "Mildenball, Suffolk, grocer. chant. (Hall, Great James-street, Bedford

(Gregson, Angel-court, Throkmorton-street. T. row. C. Hancock, S. Judd-street, St. Pancras, hardware. man. [Pringle, Queen-street, Cheapside. T.

Oct. 6. Bower, J. Tothill-street, Westminster, Jones, T. St. John-street, West Smithfield, sta

grocer. (Tottie, 33, Poultry. T. tioner. [Sweet, Basinghall-street. T.

Evans, T. B. Strand, wind and brandy-mer. Mead, T. Sandwich, Kent, victualler. [Lodington,

chant. [Stevens, Little St. Thomas Apostle, 2, Serjeants-inu, Fleet-street. C.

Queen-street. T. Rowley M. Bear-street, Leicester-square, dealer.

Moody, S. Frome Selwood, Somerset, baker. [Fisher, Furnival's-inn, Holborn.'T.

[Perkins, 2, Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. c. Williams, H. Plougb-court. Lombard-street, mer

Rowbotton, W. Oldham, Lancaster, machinechant. [Pearce, St. Swithiu's-lane, Lombari.

maker. [Milne, Templé. C. street. T.

Thompson, J. T. Long Icre, coach.joiner. [Ste

vens, Little St. Thomas Apostle, Queen-st. T. Sept. 23. Beestoo, J. Drayton in Hales, Salop, Wells S. Middleton-garden, Pentouville, green. inercer.. [Baxter, Gray's-inn-place. c.

grocer. [Tatham, Castle-street, Holborn. T. Gibson, T. jun. Liverpool, ship-bread baker. (Chester, 3, Staple-inu. C.

Oct. 9. Bursey, J. jun. Goodge-street, TottenhamGirl, H. Park-lane, Middleser, saldler. [Bour

Court road, bookseller and stationer. (Wardillon, Bread-street, Cheapside. C.

rand, Merk-lane. T. Knowles, J., and H. Walker, Salforil, Lancaster,

Hamelin, P. Belmont-place, Vauxhall, plasterer. machine-makers. [Willis, Waruforl-couri. C.

[Denton, Gray's inn-square. T. Larenler, J. Leominster, Hereford, mercer.

Lound, W. Sloane-street, Chelsea, liden-draper. (Cardale, Gray's-inn. c.

[Dobson, 55, Chancery-lane. T.

Oct. 13,--Carton, J. Dlackburn, Lancaster, upSept. 29. Barnby, J. New Malton, York, dealer. holsterer. [Bigg, 29, Southampton-buildings, (Smithson, Old Jewry. C.

Chancery-lane. C. Richardson, J. Manchester, cotton and twist-dea. Belcher, J. London-lane, Enfield. stone-mason.

ler. [Whitlow, hing-street, díanchester. C. [Harmer, 29. Hatton-garien, T.

Clayton, J. Bury, Lancaster, undertaker. [Ap Surrey, J. and J., Mark-lanc, mealmen. (Druce, pleby, Gray's-inn. C.

Billiter-square. T. Da Bois, J. and E., ('opthall-court, merchants. [Gregson, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street. T.

Oct. 23.-Chubb, W. P. Aldgate, chemist. [ParDunderdale, N. Holbeck, York, clothier. (Ro.

ton, Bow-church-yard, Cheapside. T. binson, 26, Essex-street, Strand. C.

Davies, J. Mi:cheldean, Gloucester, draper, Gilbert, R. T. Stockbridge, Hants, coal-merchant.

(Pearson, Pump-court, Temple. C. [Cottle, 70, Aldermanbury. C.

Dray, J. St. Agnes, Cornwall, dealer. (Hodgson, Green, T. Alfreton, Derby, grocer. (Bromley, Francis, R. Newcastle upon

Tyne, hatter. (Fisher,

14, John-street, Adelphi. T. 3, Gray's-inn-square. C. Hamelin, P. Belmont-place, Vauxhall, plasterer.

Thavies-inn, Holborn. C. [Denten, Gray's-inn square. T.

George, W. Haymarket, Westminster, sadler. Wole, w. M. Kingskerswell, Devon, tanner.

[Matthews, Castle-street, Holborn. T. [Darke, Red Lion-square. C.

Hughes, R. Althrey Woodhouse, Flint, cheese

factor. [Toone, 3, Craven-street, Strand. C. Jackson, W. Lusted-farm, Cudham, Kent, farmer. [Taylor, 15, Furnival's-inn, Holborn. T.

Humphries, S. Witham Friary, Somerset, inn

• holder. Llewelyn, J. and N. Belchier, Old Jewry, insur

[Perkins, 2, Holboro-court, Gray's

inn. C. ance-brokers. [Lester, New-court, Crutcheda friars. T.

Irving, N. Carlisle, Cumberland, innkeeper. Kose, R. N. Holborn, book-dealer. (Edwards, Knibb, B. 'Billingborough, Lincoln, grocer.

[Battye, 20, Chancery-lane. C. Castle-street, Holborn. T. Spear, J. Shefield, merchant. [Tilson, Coleman.

Lambert, 9, Gray's-ipu-square. C.

Lez. G. Bath, baker. [Burfoot, 2, King's-benchstreet. C. Tate, R. Market-Weighton, York, shopkeeper.

walk, Temple. c. [Jaques, Charles-street, City-road. C.

Poole, S. G. King's-road, Chelsea, brewer. Thoinson, P. and C. A. Thomson, Tom's coffee

(Sherwood, Canterbury-square. T. house, Cornhill, wine-merchants. [Wadeson,

Whitney, W. Ludlow, Salop, innkeeper. [Pugh,

33, Bernard-street, Russell-square.' c. Austin-friars. T. Travis, J. Oldhamn, Lancaster, grocer. (Searle,

Wright, J. Mill-wall, Poplar, anchor-smith. Doctors'-commons. C.

(Dennis, Westmorland-place, City-road. T. Oct 16.--Butt, T. Tewkesbury, Gloucester, mil

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. ler. (Clarke, 8, Little St. Thomas Apostle, Cheapside. C.

Gazette-Sept. 22 to Oct. 23. Gardner, B. Leigh, Worcester, farmer. (Becke,

Wares, D. merchant, Pulteney-town. Devonshire-street, Queen-square. C.

Edie, J. merchant, Cupar-Fife. Worrocks, W. Liverpool, corn-dealer., [Black- Campbell, w., and R. Campbell, brewers, Linstock, King's-Bench-walk, Temple. C.

lithgow. Inman, K. J. Blackman-street, Southwark, bra

Wilson, R. corn-dealer, Thornton, Killbride. sier. (Sherwood, 32, Canterbury-square, South

Beck, W. manufacturer, Hawick.
Wark, T.
Walker,

Cormack, A. merchant, Wick.
F. Ripon, York, money-scrivener.

Atkinson, J. carrier, Glasgow. (Stocker, New Boswell-court, Carey-street, Lin

Caverhill, w. merchant, Galashiels, Edinburgh. coln's-inn. C.

Graham, T, merchant, Eastwood-park, Glasgow, Oct. 20.-Steel, W. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-sg. Black, T. cattle-dealer, Perth.

baker. [Isaacson, 9, Broad-ct, Long-Acre. T. Crawford, J. and W. coal-masters, Lochwinnoch.

COURSES OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AT
Paris. Hamburg. Amsterdam Vienna. Nuremberg Berlin. Naples Leipsig. Bremen.

ON

16 Oct.

19 Oct.

6 Oct.

11 Oct.

13 Oct.

8 Oct.

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COURSE OF EXCHANGE. AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN

From Sept. 25 to Oct. 23. IN THE TWELVE MARITIME DISTRICTS. Amsterdam, C. F... 12-16..12-17 By the Quarter of 8 Winchester Bushels, Ditto at sight.

.12-13..12-14 from the Returns in the Weeks ending Rotterdam, 2 U.

.12-17..12-18

Sept. | Sept. | Oct. Oct. Antwerp ..12-9 ..12-10

22 29

13 Hamburgh, 24 U

Wheat 68 10 70 764 761 4. Altona, 24 U.

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Rye - 32 2 34 6:31 11 28 4 Paris, 3 days' sight. .25-70..25-75 Barley 33 3 35 1 35 233 5 Ditto.. 2 U

...26-0 ..26. 5 Oats 22 7 23 4 22 10 21 11 Bourdeaux

..26.0 ..26- 5 Beans 33 11 36 8 34 9 33 Frankfort on the Main

5 31 }

6 Peas 22 7 35 10'33

..157 Ex. M.... Petersburg, rble, 3 Us.....81

Corn and Pulse imported into the Port of Vienna, ef. flo. 2 M

London from Sept. 25, to Oct. 23. Trieste ditto

..10-23

English Irish | Foreign Total Madrid, effective .....36

Wheat 66,802 2,760 9,615 79,177 Cadiz, effective...

Barley 25,052 2,995 1,785 29,632

Oats Bilboa

353

62,628 4,050 15,455 82,133 Barcelona

636

Rye .354 ..35%

Beans Seville .355 16,678

16,678

Pease Gibraltar .304 7,543

7.5-13 Leghorn

.47 ..463

Malt 14,365 Qrs.; Flour 41,858 Sacks. Genoa

.431

Foreign Flour barrels. Venice, Ital. Liv..

26-60

Price of Hops per cut. in the Borough. Malta

.45

Kent, New bags ...40s. to 80s. Naples

.391 ..394 Sussex, ditto 40s. to 50s. Palermo, per oz.

.118

Essex, ditto .00s. to 00s. Lisbon...

50

Yearling Bags ...008. to 008. Oporto

50

Kent, New Pockets 40s. to 80s. Rio Janciro

.484

Sussex, ditto .. .40s. to 63x. 59 ..58

Essex, ditto 508. to 658. Dublin

.9 ..82

Farnham, ditto.....160s. to 180s. Cork

.9

Yearling Pockets ...1058. to 140s.

Average Price per Load of
PRICES OF BULLION.

Hay. Clover. Strax.

£. $. £. $. £. $. £. $. £. 8. At per Ounce.

Smithfield. d.

£. s. d. 3 0 to 4 4..4 0 to 5 0..1 8 to 1 16 Portugal gold, in coin 0 0 0.0 0 0

Whitechapel. Foreign gold, in bars 3 17 104..0 0 0 3 10 to 4 4..4 Oto 5 5..I 10 to 1 16 New doubloons. 3 13 6 ..0 0 0

St. James's. New dollars

0 4 0..0 0 0 3 0 to 4 4..3 7 to 4 15..1 10 to 1 19 Silver, in bars, stand. 0 4 11 ..0 4 10., The above Tables contain the highest Newgate. — Beef ....28.

Mcat by Carcase, per Stone of 8lh. at

Od. to 3s. Od. and the lowest prices.

Mutton, .2s. Od. to 38.

Veal ....2s. 8d. to 4s. 8d. Average Price of Razo Sugar, exclusive

Pork.... 2s. 8d. to 4$. 8. of Duty, 31s. 24d.

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

Lcadenhall.-Beef.. .28. 4d. to 38. 60.

Mutton..28. Od. to 28. 8d. Highest price of the best wheaten bread in London 12d. the quartern loaf.

Veal ....3s. 8d. to 58. Od.

Pork ....3s. 8d. to 58. 2d. Potatoes per Crot. in Spitalfields.

Lamb...0s. · 0d. to 08. Od. Kidneys ....£0 0 0 to 0 0 0

Cattle sold at Smithfield from Sept. 28, Champions .2 10 0 to 4 0 0

to Oct. 21, both inclusive. Oxnobles ...... 10 0 to 2 5 0 Beasts. Calves. Sheep. Pigs. Apples .......0 0 0 to 0 0. 12,651 1,750 113,150 1,510 HIGHEST AND LOWEST PRICES OF COALS (IN THE POOL),

In each Week, from Oct. 1 to Oct. 22.
Oct. 1. Oct. 8.

Oct. 15. Oct. 22.
$. d.
8. d. s. d.

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ACCOUNT OF CANALS, DOCKS, BRIDGES, WATER-WORKS, INSURANCE AND GAS-LIGIIT

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

(Oct. 16th, 1821.)
£. 8. £. .
£.

£. $. £. s.
Canals.

£.

Bridges.
Andover.....

5
350 100||Southwark

13

7356 100 Ashby-de-la-Zouch

16
1482 100|Do, new

1700

50 Ashton and Oldham 70 3 10 1760 Vauxhall ..

15

8000 100 Basingstoke..

6
1260 100||Do. Promissory Notes

92

5 54,0001, Do. Bonds...

40
2 54,000L Waterloo

5 5

5000 100 Birmingham (divided) 560 24 2000 25

Annuities of 8l. 27 101

5000 60 Bolton and Bury.

95
477 250
Annuities of 71. 22 101

5000 40 Brecknock & Abergavenny) 80

059 150

Bonds. .......

100

5 60,0001. Chelmer and Blackwater

92 5

400 100
Chesterfield

120
1500 100

Roads.
Coventry ....

1970

500
100|| Barking

32

300 Croydon.....

100 3 4546 100||Commercial

106 10 Derby.........

5 1000 100
135
600 100

East-India
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3
2060* | 100 Branch

100
5

100
Ellesmere and Chester.
3 35754 133|Great Dover Street... 33

1 17 61 492 Erewash

100 58 231 100 Highgate Archway.

4 Forth and Clyde

2:393 1500 20 1297 100 Croydon Railway.

1000 Gloucester and Berkeley,

65 old Share ..

1960
Surrey Do...

1000 20

60 100||Severn and Wye.

31 10

3762 Do. optional Loan.....

3

60
Grand Junction ....

1217 9
11,8154 100

Water Works.
Grand Surrey

58 10

1521
100||East London...

91
Do. Loan

3500 100 99 5 48,8001. - Grand Junction

55 Grand Union

2 10 4500 50 28194 | 100 Kent

32 10 Do. Loan

2000 100 93 5 19,3271 London Bridge.

50
Grand Western.

2 101 1500
3
3096 1001 South London

25
Grantham..

800 100 130

749
150| West Middlesex

50 100
Huddersfield

2 7540
13
6312 100|York Buildings.

24
Kennet and Avon ..

1360

100 17

16 25,328 100
Lancaster...
26 101 1 11,699 100

Insurances.
Leeds and Liverpool...... 315
12 2879 100||Albion

45
Leicester

2 10 2000 500 290

5-15
Atlas

4 15
Leicester & Northampton

6 25,000 50

Bath
Union

575

40 81

1895 Loughborough

100 Birmingham

300

25 300 1000 3600 170

70
British

50
Melton Mowbray

3

250 12 250

39 Mersey and Irwell

2 10 4000 100 30 Monmouthshire .....

Eagle....

12 12 6

5 40,000 50 2409 100

20 Do. Debentures ...

50,000 20 92 Montgomeryshire 43,3261.

124

11,000,0002. 100 70

700 Neath

35 5 40,000 50 1420

247 North Wilts

Imperial

90
4 10
2400

500
1770
Nottingham...

25| London Fire

24

14 3900 25 200

500

100 London Ship Oxford

20

31,000 25 1645

1720) Peak Forest

100|Provident

17

18 2500 100
66
Portsmouth and Arundel..

2-100
100 Rock

1 18
35

20

2) 100,000 220 Regent's..

50 Royal Exchange

1250

10 1745,1001. 25

12,294 Rochdale

-Sun Fire..

8 10 45

5631 Shrewsbury ..

100 Sun Life

22 10

10 4000 165

1231 Union....
Shropshire

40
18 1500

200 140

500

100
Somerset Coal..

107 101
771 50

Gas Lights.
Stafford. & Worcestershire. 700

700
Stourbridge

100|Gas Light and Coke (Char

210 Stratford on Avon

tered Company)

58 101

4 8000 50 Stroudwater

36-17
Do. New Shares

47 10 34 4000 50
22
Swansea

City Gas Light Company 103 8 1000 190

100 533 Tavistock

100 Do: New

54
4

1000 100 90

330 Thames and Medway....

100Bath Gas

18 5

18 41 2500 20 20

2670 Trent & Mersey, or Grand

Brighton Gas

14

1500

20 Trunk

Bristol

27 10
2 2500

20 1810 75

1300 200
Warwick and Birmingham 224

12
1000

Literary Institutions.
Warwick and Napton
10001 50 London

1000
.... 210

7508 Wilts and Berks.:

100 Russel

10 10

7080

254s Wisbeach..

Surrey..

6

700 304s Worcester and Birmingham 24

126

105
6000

Miscellaneous.
Docks.

Anction Mart

202
15 1080

50 Bristol

British Copper Coinpany

52

2 10 1397 15

100 2209 Do. Notes

146 Golden Lane Brewery

12

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268.3241. 10.Do.

8

3447 71

50 3

3132 East-India

100|London Commercial Sale

164 10
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450,0001. 100 Rooms

19

2000 22

150 1038 London

100 Carnatic Stock, Ist. Class.. 82

101 4 13,114,6001. 0 Do.. West-India

2d. Class.. (9 170 10 1,200,0001. 100|City Bonds

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