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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th of January and the 20th of February, 1821, extracted from the London Gazette.

Abbot, W. Bermondsey New-road, cordwainer.
Almond, W. jun. Calstock, Cornwall, brewer.
Archer, A. Great Chapel-street, Soho, baker.
Aust, J. Gloucester, victualler.
Barker, E. Exeter, druggist.

Bailey, B. Merton, Surrey, calico-printer,

Baverstock, J. H. Alton, Hampshire, brewer. Beevers, W. East Ardsley, Yorkshire, farnier. Benham, T. B. Poole, builder.

Berry, M. Newsome Cross, Yorkshire, clothier. Berthond, H. Soho-square, bookseller.

Birks, W. Charnes, Staffordshire, cheese-factor.

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Butcher, P. North-street, City-road, horse-dealer.
Card, T. A. W. Borough-market, tripe-dresser.
Cattermoite, J. Farmlingham, merchant.
Castle, J. Banwell, Somersetshire, victualler.
Chester, C. Liverpool, auctioneer.

Clay, R. Stamford, scrivener.

Collet, J. Bath, shoemaker.

Collier, W. Wellington, ironmonger.

Cooper, W. Nottingham, grocer.

Clark, G. Blackburn, grocer.

Coward, J. J. Exeter, spirit-merchant.

Crowe, E. Wymondham, Norfolk, shopkeeper.
Crowther, J. Liverpool, merchant.
Davis, J. Hereford, cabinet-maker.

Delapyrine, A. and G. and C. Helton, Charley, cotton-spinners.

Dews, J. Dewsbury, Yorkshire, clothier.
Dinley, F. Pershore, money-scrivener.
Dove, T. Malden, linen-draper.

Durham, W. Oxnead, Norfolk, paper-maker.
Edwards, M. Rochester, woollen-draper.
Ewing, J. Liverpool, merchant.
Eudicott, J. F. Exeter, builder.

Freday, L. Sedgley, Warwickshire, iron-master.
Fisher, F. Edgeware-road, nurseryman.
Fisher, J. Milby, Yorkshire, raff-merchant.
Foster, J. Sheffield, ironmonger.

Fraser, A. Norfolk-street, Mary-la-bone, Uphols

terer.

Friend, H. Southwark, engineer.

Frost, T. Little Titchfield-Place, coach-maker.
Fuller. H. Bethnal Green-road, surgeon.-
Gill, J. M. Plymouth Dock, linen-draper.
Godfrey, S. Market Weighton, innkeeper.
Gouch. J. Bath, painter.

Green, R. Selby, Yorkshire, banker.
Grove, P. Cardiff, straw-hat manufacturer.
Harris, G. Worship-street, coach proprietor.
Hebdin, W. Leeds, stuff-merchant.

Hodges, W. Newington, straw-hat manufacturer.
Howton, R. St Andrew, Worcestershire, victualler.
Howard, H. and J. Gibbs, Cork-street, Burlington
Gardens, scriveners.

Hughes, W. Bolton, scrivener.

Ivens, M. Shuckburgh. Warwickshire, grazier.
Ivens, R. Byfield, Flecknoe, Warwickshire, tanner
Jarrett, T. Shrewsbury, victualler.
Johnson, T. jun. Wakefield, merchant.

Keep, J. Grainsby, Nottinghamshire, farmer.
Kempster, T. Bouverie-street, carpenter.
Kerkman, J. Great Bolton, cotton-manufacturer.
Knight, R. Gray's Inn-lane, livery-stable-keeper.
Lamb, J. Newington Causeway, glazier.
Langhorne, W. C. St Mary Axe, inerchant.
Leeds, T. Gerard, Cheshire, cotton-spinner.

Leigh, P. Stockport, cotton-spinner.

Levi, S. Rosemary-lane, slop-seller.

Lockey, C. Ivy-lane, corn-chandler. Lorne, J. Coventry, builder.

Mantle, T. Dover, cabinet-maker.

Marsh, J. Gracechurch-street, hosier.
Massey, E. Eccleston, watch-maker.
Maughan, H. Rochester, linen-draper.
Morgan, W. Compton Greenfield, Gloucestershire.
butcher.

Morris, J. Liverpool, wine-merchant.
Moth, G. Portsea, vintner.

Mitchell, J. sen. Herts, dealer.

Nash, J. Bath, fishmonger.

Nelson, R. Neckinger, Bermondsey, fellmonger. Newmarch, C. Cheltenham, stone-merchant. Nobles, R. A. Swindon, Wilts, plumber.

Norton, L. New Union-street, stage-coach master. Owen, J. Madeley, dealer in coals.

Parsons, J. Long Acre, coach lace manufacturer. Pennell, P. Whitborne, Herefordshire, farmer. Pethurst, J. Cranbrook, draper.

Philpots, R. Banbury, draper.

Phillips, C. and W. Parsons, Broseley, Shropshire,

iron-masters.

Pitts, J. Hereford, timber-dealer.

Poole, A. Haydon-square, merchant.
Priddy, J. Oxford-street, wine-merchant.

Prver, T. C. B. Birchin-lane, saddler.

Pullinger, J. Itchingswell, Southampton, tanner. Purkis, W. Portsmouth, cabinet-maker.

Reid, Wm. jun. Newcastle-place, Clerkenwell, watch-maker.

Reeve, B. Hilgay, Norfolk, dealer.

Richards, J. Deritend, Warwickshire, brewer. Richardson, T. Iron Acton, Gloucestershire, tanner Ridout, J. P. Bridport, linen-draper.

Roberts, W. H. Aldbury, Surry, paper-manufac

turer

Rosson, R. Manchester.

Ruspini, J. B. Pall Mall, medicine vender.
Russell, T. Brighton, builder.

Rutt, J. Red Cow-lane, Hammersmith, marketgardener.

Sager, W. Chaddeston, Lancashire, merchant.
Sager, E. jun. Chaddeston, Lancashire, merchant.
Saunders, J. Duke-street, St James's, surgeon.
Shakespear, J. Fillnagley, Warwickshire, draper.
Shipden, R. Hythe, grocer.

Shorey, J. Croydon, coal-merchant.
Sidwell, R. Bath, shoemaker.

Skey, R. S. Stratford upon Avon, carter.
Smithies, J. Huddersfield, victualler.

Stead, R. Huddersfield, corn-dealer.

Symes, W. Crewkerne, Somersetshire, linen-draper Thurtell, J. and J. Giddens, Norwich, bombazine manufacturers.

Timbrell, A. Old South Sea House, merchant. Tongue, G. W. B. East India Chambers, merchant.

Vigor, M. Bristol, cabinet-maker.

Vipond, T. E. Newcastle upon Tyne, grocer. Walpole, T. White Lion-street, Goodman's Fields, victualler

Watts, T. Combe Martin, Devonshire, dealer. Wilburn, W. F. North Shields, hardware-man. Wildman, J. Whitechapel-road, plumber. Williams, W. and A. White, New Bond-street,

hatters.

Wilkinson, J. and W. Blackburn, cotton manufacturers.

Wise, J. Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, sadler.

Wotton, T. Bristol, leather-factor.

Young, J. Bristol, woollen-draper.

ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and 28th February 1821, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Campbell, J. merchant, Glasgow.

Crichton, P. eorn-merchant and broker, Dundee.
Green, E. merchant, Montrose.
Johnston and Wight, merchants, Leith.
Kid, D. fish-curer, Leith.

M Call, J. and Co. masons and builders in Ayr.
M'Farlane, D. cattle-dealer, Inveresragan.
Ross, W. merchant, Inverness.

Russell, A. auctioneer and builder, Glasgow,
Turner, S. auctioneer and dealer, or merchant,
Glasgow.

DIVIDENDS.

Bertie, J. plasterer, Edinburgh; a dividend 17th March.

Brown, M. and Co. manufacturers, Glasgow; a final dividend 1st March.

Cramond, D. miller and meal-monger, at Letham
Mill; a final dividend 15th March.
Forrester and Buchanan, wood-merchants, Glas-
gow; a dividend 6th March.

M Symon, J. jun. baker and grain-dealer, Dumbarton; a dividend 16th March.

Rhind, J. merchant, Leith; a dividend 23d March. Robertson, W. merchant, Inverness; a dividend 1st March.

Vallence, H. and Co. timber-merchants, Paisley; a dividend 17th March.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill.

N.B. The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afternoon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

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M. C. Pitman, Ens.

Lieut. Carmichael Adjut. vice Howard,

dead,

12 May, 1820 Ens. Robinson, Lieut. vice Lecky, dead, 24 April A. Pilford, Ensign, vice Jahns, dead, 1 Apr. 1819 T. Byrne, do. vice Broom, prom. 4 Nov. P. Hennessy, Ensign, vice Robinson, 24th Apr. 1820 Gent. Cadet W. Warrington, from R. Mil. College, Ensign, vice Gilchrist, 1 Vet. Bn. 8 Feb. 1821 Staff As. Surg. Dempster, Assist. Surg. vice Knox, cancelled, 25 Jan.

Capt. Hamilton, from 17 F. Capt. vice
Adams, h. p. 21 F. rec. diff. 18 do.
J. Rayson, Ensign, vice Tyndall, E. I.
Comp. Serv.
1 Feb.
Gent. Cadet Hon. J. Stuart, from R.
Mil. Coll. Ensign by purchase, vice
Campbell, 46 F.

11 Jan.

Lord W. Paulet, Ensign by purch. vice
Lord C. Paulet, ret.
1 Feb.

J. Currie, Ensign, vcie Thursby, dead,
1 Oct. 1817

1 Vet. Bn. Ensign Gilchrist, from 67 F. vice Fraser, dead, 1 Feb. 1821

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Lieut. Pritchard, from h. p. Corps of
Wagg. on Continent, Lt. vice Wood,
cancelled,
25 Jan.
Harrison, from h. p. 22 Dr. Lieut.
vice M'Lelland, cancelled, 1 Feb.

Ordnance Department.

R. Art. 1st Lieut. Steele, 2d. Capt. 11 Dec. 1820 2d Lieut. Creagh, 1st Lieut. Capt. Light, from h. p. Capt. 1st Lt. Smith, from h. p. 1st Lt. 2d Lt. Luard, from h. p. 2d. Lt. Gent. Cadet J. Wynne, 2d Lt. C. J. Welsh, do. D. Warren, do.

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1st Lieut. Lys, from h. p. 1st Lieut. vice Andrew, h. p.

2d Lieut. Pearse, 1st Lieut.

Garrison.

Lt. Gen. Ld. Combermere, Gov. of Sheerness, vice Gwyn, dead, 25 Jan. 1821 Exchanges.

Bt. Major Lane, from 44 F. with Capt. Burney, h. P.

Martelli, from 72 F. with Capt. Fletcher, h. p. 37 F.

Capt. Griffiths, from 1st Vet. Bn. with Bt. Maj. Downes, 10 Vet. Bn.

Hodgson, from 4 Dr. with Bat. Maj. Wood,

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Bagshaw, from 19 F. with Lieut. Cowell,

Darke, from 24 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Harvey, h. p. 2 F. G.

Watts, from 89 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Campbell, h. p. 96 F.

Cornet Walrond, from 18 Dr. rec. diff. with Ensign Allan, h. p. 60 F.

Assist. Surg. Morrison, from 7 Vet. Bn. with Assist. Surg. Haygartye, h. p. 83 F.

M'Laine, from 84 F. with Assist.

Surg. Wilkinson, h. p. 60 F.

Resignations and Retirements.
Lieut. Colonel Marsac, Gren. Gds.
Capt. Nihill, 19 F.

Darby, 59 F.

Lieut. Wood, 2 Dr. G.

Ensign Warre, 4 F.

Lord C. Paulet, 85 F.

Reinstated.

Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. J. Spencer.

Deaths.

Major General Auriol, at Exmouth, 27 Jan. 1821 Colonel Wade, late of Rifle Brig.

Robertson, late Insp. Field Off

Lieut. Colonel Gledstanes, h. p. 3 W. I. R. at Trinidad, 4 Dec. 20

De Wissel, h. p. late Ger. Leg. Major Harrison, late of 60 F.

19 do.

Capt. Hobart, 17 F.

30 do.

1st Blake, from h. p. 2d Lieut. do. 2d Lieut. Teesdale, from h. p. 2d Lieut.

do.

Gore, from h. p. ditto, vice Curzon. h. p. 3 Jan. 1821 Spearman, 1st Lieut. 23 do. 1st Lieut. Watkis, from h. p. ditto. do. 2d Lieut. Lake, from h. p. 2d Lieut. do. 2d As. Surg. Whitelaw, from h. p. 2d As. Surg. vice Donnelly, dead, 26 do.

Medical Department.

As. Surg. Davy, from h. p. As. Surg. to the Forces 25 Dec. 1820 ditto vice 25 Jan. 1821 ditto vice 8th Feb.

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Roberts Roy. Eng. at Barbadoes, 17 Nov. 20

Lieut. Ruffe, 2 Dr. G.

Hon. R. H. S. Cotton, h. p. 25 Dr.
Griffiths, Coldst, Gds.

Chambers, 89 F. Cape of Good Hope,

2 June, 20

ō Feb. 21

Millar, Fort Major at Jersey
Tayler, Indep. Comp. Inval. at Bristol,

Strong, h. p. 16 Dr.

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Palmer, h. p. 63 F. at Barbadoes 1 Dec. 20 2d Lt. and Ens. Waller, 21 F. at Tobago 4 Nov. 20

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Vyvyan, 74 F.

Erskine, h. p. 14 F. 21 Nov. 19 Strange, h. p. 8 W. I. R. at Lam

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2 Sept. 20

Richards, h. p. 69 F.

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS.

At Naples, in the beginning of January, the lady of John Cumming, Esq. of a son.

Jan. 11. At Springfield Cottage, Alverstoke, Hants, the lady of Captain Charles Menzies, R. M. Artillery, of a son.

31. At Crook, near Stirling, Mrs Micking of Miltonis, of a son.

Feb. 1. At Aberdour Manse, Mrs Dr Bryce, of a daughter.

2. At Enniskillen, the lady of Captain Anderson, 91st regiment, of a daughter.

-Mrs Johnstone, No. 1. George Street, of a son. 3. The lady of William Stothert, Esq. of Cargen, of a daughter.

At her mother's house, North St David's Street, the lady of Captain George Simpson, E. I.S. of a son.

4. At Guernsey, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Kennedy, of a son.

5. At Havre, the lady of William Davidson, Esq. of a daughter.

7. At Leith, Mrs Evans, of a son.

At 23, Forth Street, Mrs Alexander Brodie, of a son.

8. At Ettrick Bank, the lady of William Ogilvie, Esq. younger of Chesters, of a son.

9. At Dundee, the lady of John Maxwell, Esq. Tay Street, of a son.

10. At Perth, the lady of Anthony Maxtone, Esq. of Coltoquhey, of a daughter.

11. At Greenstead Hall, in Essex, the lady of Major Ord, royal artillery, of a daughter.

At Edinburgh, the lady of Sir James Dalrymple, Bart. Park Place, of a son and heir.

Mrs Macintosh of Raigmore, of a daughter. 12. At Mayne, the lady of Colonel Hay of Westerton, of a son.

14. At Edinburgh, the lady of J. G. Lockhart, Esq. of a son.

Mrs Walter Dickson, Duke Street, of a son. In Gloucester Place, London, the lady of John Lawrie, Esq. of a daughter.

15. At Albury Park, Lady Harriet Drummond, of a son.

-The lady of Major G. Cuningham, B. S. of

a son.

19. At South Richmond Street, Mrs Begg was sefely delivered of a boy and two girls; all of whom, with the mother, are doing well.

- At Edinburgh, the lady of Captain Robertson, 88th regiment, of a daughter.

20. At 8, Maitland Street, Mrs Macalister of Balinakill, of a daughter.

-In Crawford Street, London, the Lady of Alexander M'Innes, Esq. of the second regiment of Life Guards, of a daughter.

21. At St John's Street, Mrs Dallas, of a son. -At Great King Street, Mrs J. S. More, of a daughter.

22. At Lockerby House, the lady of Henry Douglas, Esq, of a son.

23. At Hope Park, Mrs Menzies, of a son. 24. Mrs James Campbell, Northumberland Street, of a daughter.

27. At Edinburgh, the lady of Major Menzies, 42d regiment, of a daughter.

March 3. At Hopetoun-house, the Countess of Hopetoun, of a son.

Lately. At 39, Northumberland Street, Mrs Mackenzie of Strathgarve, of a daughter.

At the Commercial Road, London, the lady of Captain Alexander Scott, of the Lady Lushington Indiaman, of a son.

MARRIAGES.

Jan. 5. At Bonjedward, James Jackson, merchant, Jedburgh, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Thomas Caverhill, Esq.

16. At Stornoway, Mr Thomas Thomson, R. N. to Miss Isabella Laing, daughter of the late Mr James Laing, conjunct Depute City Clerk of Edinburgh.

17. At Dudwick, Stewart Leith, Esq. to Jean, only daughter of Captain George Mar.

22. At Bruntisland, Mr John Archibald, merchant, Bruntisland, to Grace, daughter of the late Henry Murray, Esq. merchant, Edinburgh.

23. At Greenock, the Rev. William Ritchie Thomson, to Frances, eldest daughter of Mr John Rodger.

23. At Belfast, Mr Peter Cumming, merchant, Glasgow, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr James Craig, merchant, Glasgow.

24. Captain John Ross, of the honourable East India Company's service, to Miss Rose, eldest daughter of the Rev. Alexander Rose, one of the ministers of Inverness.

30. In Hill Street, William Moncrieff Taylor, Esq. of the 75th regiment, to Isabella, daughter of the late Thomas Armstrong, Esq. of Glasgow.

31. At Holm, Colonel J. F. Burgoyne, royal engineers, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Colonel Rose of Holm.

Feb. 2. In London, Lord Viscount Cranborne, son of the Marquis of Salisbury, to Miss Gas

coyne.

6. Mr William A. Lawrie, to Harriet Oakley, youngest daughter of the late Robert Beatson of Kilry, Esq.

At the Manse of Kirkpatrick-Juxta, the Rev. John Bennet, of Ettrick, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dr Singer.

At Dover, Captain Robert Deans, of the royal navy. second son of the late Admiral Deans, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Richard Clay, Esq. of Gloucester Place, London.

8. At Edinburgh, John Farrie, Esq. Greenock, to Helen, daughter of the late William M'Cormick, Esq. Dundas Street.

At Aberdeen, Thomas Lumsden, Esq. of the East India Company's military service, on the Bengal establishment, to Miss Hay Burnett, youngest daughter of John Burnett, Esq. of Elrick.

10. At St George's, Hanover Square, London, William Frederick Chambers, M. D. to Mary, third daughter of the late William Mackinnon Fraser, M. D. of Lower Grosvenor Square, and of Balnain, Inverness-shire.

12. At Langley Park, Alexander Cruickshank, Esq. of Keithock, to Mary, youngest daughter of James Cruickshank, Fsq. of Langley Park.

19. At Prestonpans, Mr Robert Hislop, to Ann, second daughter of F. B. Sydserff, Esq. of Ruchlaw.

23. At Edinburgh, Alexander Burnet, A. M. Rector of the united schools of Jedburgh, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the Rev. George Thomson of Melrose.

At Edinburgh, Mr William Steven, merchant, Edinburgh, to Ann, only daughter of the late William Stewart, Esq. of Perth.

24. At Morpeth, William Lawson, Esq. of Langhirst Brocks, county of Northumberland, to John Hester, only daughter of the late Mr Clark of Haddington.

At Perth, Mr Alexander Thomson, barony officer at Donvorist, Grandtully, to Grace, only daughter of Mr Donald Cameron, merchant in Aberfeldy.

26. At Glasgow, Joseph Ferrie, Esq. Blairtummock, to Agnes, daughter of the late John Cochran, Esq. Chapel, Fereneze.

27. At Edinburgh, Mr James White, surgeon, to Rachel, eldest daughter of the late Major James Douglas, Honourable East India Company's service.

March 2. At Edinburgh, Andrew Fyfe, M. D. to Eliza, eldest daughter of Ambrose Charles, Esq. late wine merchant, London.

Lately. By the right Rev. Bishop Low, the Rev. James Walker, to Miss Madeline Erskine.

At Dublin, the Rev. James Carlile, of the Scots Church, Mary's Abbey, to Jane, youngest daughter of William Wren, Kendal.

DEATHS.

April 17, 1820. On board the honourable Company's ship, Castle Huntly, off the Cape of Good Hope, Lieutenant Alexander Chisholm Robertson, of his Majesty's 24th regiment.

July 11. At Trincomalee, of cholera morbus, much respected and beloved, in his 18th year, Mr Thomas, a midshipman of the Leander, and eldest son of Sir George Thomas, Bart.

Aug. 9. At sea, (during a voyage from Bombay to Calcutta,) Lieutenant Donald Norman M'Donald, 10th Madras native infantry, third son of Colonel Alexander M'Donald of Boisdale.

Oct. 5. At Madras, Mr Robert Hunter Stuart, assistant garrison surgeon, eldest son of the late Mr Archibald Stuart, surgeon, Kelso.

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