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Total Bankruptcies... 1066. Decreased from the last year .. 533.

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Price of the Quartern Loaf according to the Assize of Bread in London.

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A Statement of the Quantity of Porter brewed in London, by the twelve

first houses, from the 5th July,

Barrels. Barclay, Perkins, & Co.... 262,476 Meux, Reid, & Co. ...... 163,628 Truman, Hanbury, & Co. 145,141 Whitbread & Co. ......... 141,104 Henry Meux & Co. ...... 100,776 Felix Calvert & Co........ 100,391

1813, to the 5th of July, 1814.

Barrels. Combe, Delafield, & Co.... 95,398 Goodwyn & Co. ............ 62,019 Elliott & Co................... 45,162 Taylor & Co. ............... 42,126 Hollingsworth & Co. ...... 30,252 Cocks and Campbell ....., 30,162

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LIST OF THE PRINCE REGENT's MINISTERS,
As it stood at the beginning of 1814.

CABINET MINISTERS.

Earl of Harrowby.................. Lord President of the Council. Lord Eldon ........................... Lord High Chancellor.

Earl of Westmoreland...... ........ , Lord Privy Seal. Earl of Li l First Lord of the Treasury (Prime arl of Liverpool ............ - - - - - - - - Minister)

Right hon. Nicholas Vansittart ... colo

Lord viscount Melville ............. First Lord of the Admiralty.

Earl Mulgrave ..............,......... . Master General of the Ordnance.

- Secretary of State for the Home Department.

Lord viscount Castlereagh ......... {*::::::: of State for Foreign

Lord viscount Sidmouth........... }

Secretary of State for the Department of War and the Colonies.

President of the Board of Control for the affairs of India.

- Chancellor of the Duchy of LanRight hon. Charles Bathurst...... }^". y or La

NOT OF THE CABINET.

Earl Bathurst • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * }

Earl of Buckinghamshire........ ...

Right hon. George Rose.......... Treasurer of the Navy.
Earl of Chancarty .................. - President of the Board of Trade.
Right hon. F. J. Robinson • * * * * * * * * } von of the Board of
Right hon. Charles Long.......... U Joint Paymaster-general of the
Lord Charles Somerset ..... ...... Forces.
#; ;...}Joint Postmaster-general
, Wiscount Palmerston ............... Secretary at War.
Right hon. Charles Arbuthnot ...

Richard Wharton, Esq. ............ Secretaries of the Treasury.

Sir William Grant .................. Master of the Rolls.
Sir Thomas Plumer................ Vice-Chancellor.
Sir William Garrow ............... Attorney-General.
Sir Robert Dallas..................... Salicitor-General.

PERSONS IN THE MINISTRY IN IRELAND.

Viscount Whitworth ............... Lord Lieutenant.
Lord Manners ........................ Lord High Chancellor.
Right hon. Robert Peel ............ Chief Secretary.
Right hon. W. Fitzgerald ......... Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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BAROMETER. THERMOMETER.

HIGHEST. LoWEST. AVERAGE. Hl Gri EST. LOWEST. AVERAGE. RAIN, INCHES.
January ...|| 30.19 28.73 29.5 48 15 26 -
February... 30,88 27.97 29.6 - 48 18 33.16
March...... 30.5 28.30 29.41 50 18 32.41
April ...... 29.9 29 29.48 69 35 50 1
May.........|| 30.15 29 29.7 64 34 48.6 25
June.........|| 29.82 29.26 29.58 77 36 52 2
July......... 30 29.4 29.67 76 50 60 5.5
August ....| 29.96 29.43 29.66 86 42 63.5 1.25
September.|| 30.21 29.3 29.7 75 40 57 l
October ...|| 29.99. 28.8 29.55 67 31 51.66 7.5
November ..] 29.79 29 29.48 58 30 40.3 4.25
December .]| 29.65 28.8 29.33 56 23 41 4.5
The Year... 29.55 46.33 29.5

Mem. The Months comprise some days of the preceding Month.

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STATE PAPERS. BRIT is H.

Ertract from Lord William Bentinck's Official Note to the Duke de Gallo, the Neapolitan Mimister.

“Bologna, April 1.

INcase of the Neapolitan Govern

ment exacting a written confirmation of the sentiments which Lord Castlereagh has verbally declared, a confirmation which has not been called for, not thinking it necessary, the undersigned is authorised to declare officially, that the English Government entirely approves of the Treaty concluded between the Austrian and NeapoHitan Governments; that it consents to the addition of the territory there specified, under the same conditions made by Austria, of an active and immediate co-operation of the Neapolitan army; and that if the English government refuses to sign a definitive Treaty, it is caused by sentiments of honour and delicacy, which make it unwilling that the hereditary estate of an ancient ally should be given up without an indemnity; and the undersigned has in consequence orders to invite the Neapolitan Government to make the greatest

efforts in order to obtain the same . object.”

ADMIRALTY OFFICIAL PAPER.

“Admiralty Office,
April 30, 1814.

“The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty cannot announce to the Fleet the termination of hostilities with France, without expressing to the petty officers, the seamen, and royal marines of his Majesty's ships, the high sense which their Lordships entertain of their gallant and glorious services during the late war.

“The patience, perseverance, and discipline; the skill, courage, and devotion, with which the seamen and marines have upheld their best interests, and achieved the noblest triumphs of the country, entitle them to the gratitude not only of their native land, which they have preserved inviolate, but of the other nations of Europe, of

whose ultimate deliverance their

successes maintained the hope, and accelerated the accomplishment. “Their Lordships regret that the unjust and unprovoked aggressions of the American Govern

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