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COTTON.-The demand for cotton CORN.-The importations of Graiu continues directed to the East India' this week are considerable. Wheat descriptions, which may be purchased continues in good demand this morning at prices a shade lower; the sales since at advancing prices.- Barley is also our last consist of

higher.-The arrivals of Oats are ex100 Pernams..lld.a111d. in bond. tensive; yet such is the demand, that 1000 Surats.... 5d a bd.

there is a very brisk market to-day, and 350 Bengals... 5d. a id.

the prices are a shade higher,- Beans SUGAR.—The Sugar market remained and Peas continues in good request, at in a very languid state till yesterday, the previous currency. when the request revived very consi. There is great improvement in the derably, and the prices obtained were prices of Corn; the supplies of wheat 6d. a 18. per cwt. higher : the demand to the peighbouring markets having is particularly directed to the low brown for several weeks materially fallen off, descriptions for refining, owing, no doubt, and there being few arrivals here, and to the brisk demand for low goods. extensive buyers from the country,

In the Refined inarket there bas been Wheat was in brisk demand at an ada very extensive request for all de- vance of fully 5s. per quarter.- Flour scriptions of lumps and loaves; and was 5s. per sack higher-Oats were such has been the very great anxiety brisk at the improvement of 2s. per to purchase, that the prices are fully 28. quarter. - Rye was 38. per quarter per cwt, higher; for lumps for packing higher.-Beans advanced 28. and Grey 898.--Molasses are 278. 60,-brisk. Peas 28. to 3s. per quarter:-Barley

per cwt.

Foreign Sugars are more enquired met a heavy sale, in consequence of after, but there are very few parcels on considerable arrivals. sale. The Sugars of the late India- FRUIT.-There is no material alte. House sale are at a premium of Is. a 28. ration this week, the demand generally

is rather limited. Havannah yellow Sugars have been TOBACCO.--About 200 bhds. Kenmuch enquired after, and an advance tucky Leaf have been sold at 27d. of 2s. per cwt, has been offered freely a 4d. per lb.; some small parcels of for the few parcels on sale.

very fine Virginia for France at 7d. a COFFEE.-Early in the week Coffee 7 d. and about 40 hhds. for Dublin at sold rather lower, with the exception 6jd. a 9d. per Ib. of good and fine ordinary clean Jamaica, PIMENTO.-By public sale on Tueswhich descriptions are scarce, and rate day, 89 bags Pinrento sold' at lower -bigh; all the other qualities are in rates, middling quality 10 d. a 10 d. limited demand; at the public sale INDIGO.-There is little alteration •yesterday, 325 casks, chiefly Demerara in the prices since the India House and Berbice Coffee, a very small pro- sale; in some instances an advance of portion could be disposed of, nearly 3d. and 4d. per lb. has been obtained, the whole was withdrawn, at the pre- but the improvement cannot generally vious currency: it, was, however, re- be realised. ported that a considerable proportion Rum, BRANDY, aud HOLLANDS. was taken after the sale, and at full The Rum market continues in the same prices.

nominal state as lately reported; very The public sale this forenoon cor- few sales , effected, and the former .sisted of 135 casks' 488 bags British prices could not be obtaived. The Plantation, 115 bags Foreiga; the best marks of brandy may be purchaswhole sold, the good and fine ordinary ed on board at 28, 11d.-In Geneva Demerara and Berbice at a small reduc- there is little alteration. tion : all others at the previous prices : Tallow.-The Tallow market con. the fine ordinary 1138. a 116s. sold par- tinues heavy; yellow candle here 338. ticularly low; two lots Jamaica sold, a 338. 30.; for arrival 34s. 6d. a 355.; ordinary middling 117s., fine ordinary the latter the nearest price, 108s. 6d.; damaged St. Domingo 995. SILK.— The fine Silks have sold a 1018.; fine ordinary Havannah 113s. about per cent., the coarse from 12 Generally the Coffee market is heavy, to 15 per cent. lower than the last and from 1s. a 26. lower than on Friday sale. Jast.



Extracted from the London Gazette. N.B. All the Meetings are at the Court of Commissioners, Basinghall-street, unless otherwise expressed. The Attornies' Names are in Parenthesis.

BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED. W. Barrett, Cardiff, inn-keeper, from April I to T. Welch, Great Tower-street, wine and spirit April 16,

merchant, from April 5 to April 19. W. Brown, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire J. Slade, Tottenham-court-road, butcher, from nurseryman, from March 22 to March 31.

April 12 to April 22. J. H. Sampson, Sculcoates, Yorkshire, mer. S. Atkins, Great Portland-street, chemist, from chant, from March 22 to March 31.

April 5 to April 22. A. Thomson, Liverpool, merchant, from April 1, to April 12.

BANRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. W. Armstrong, Arundel-street, Strand, tailor. W. Jones, Handsworth, Staffordshire, farmer. J. Wych, Ashton-under-Line, Lancashire, tim- W. Stephens, late of Oxford, liquor-merchant. ber-merchant.

J. Banting, of the Cottage, Pine Apple Bar, J. Isherwood, Wortley, Yorkshire, cloth-manu- Edgware-road, carpenter. facturer.

G. L. Whatley, Cheltenham, money-scrivener. J. Brown, army-clothier.

T. R. Gregg, Deal, apothecary.” W. Armstrong, Great Queen-street, Lincoln's. inn-fields, auctioneer.

BANKRUPTS. Alderson, J. K. Norwich, plumber, (Tilbury, Green, J. and J. Warminster, brewers. (Nether: Falcon-street, Aldersgate-street.

soles and Barron, Essex-street, Strand, Barker, J.Crane-court, Fleet-street, shoe-factor Grant, J.G. Oxford, bookseller. (Pownall, Fair. (Duncombe, Lyon's-inn.

thorne, and Lofty, Old Jewry. Bird, J. and H. Poultry, jewellers. (Kearsey Gooch, W. Harlow, Essex, wine-merchant.(Wiland Spurr, Lothbury.

liams, Lord Mayor's Court-office, Royal ExBarry, M. Minories, chart-seller. Thomas, Fen- change. court, Fenchurch-street.

Garnon, J. H. Newgate-street, silversmith. Butler, E. Alcester, Warwickshire, fellmonger. (Ashton, Salisbury-square, Fleet-street.

(Adlington, Gregory, and Faulkener, Bed. Ganston, W. and D. St. John-street, Clerken. ford-row.

well, cheesemongers. (Holme, Frampton, and Bertboud, H. jun. Regent's-quadrant, Pieca. Loftus, New-irm. dilly, bookseller. (Jones and Bland, Great Holt, T. Arnold, Nottingham.. (Faller and Salt. Marylebone-street.

well, Carlton-chambers, Regent-street. Brown, W. Cannock, Staffordshire, miller, Huntington, T. late of Gilsland, Cumberland, (Hunt, Surrey-street, Strand.

victuallet. . ' (Addison, Verulam - buildings, Brant, C. Jermyn-street, watch-maker. (Jones Gray's-inn. and Bland. Great Marylebone-street.

Hodgson, S. Dover-street, Piccadilly, hotelBignell, W. Colchester-street, Savage-gardens, keeper. (Cole, Furnival's-inn.

wine-merchant. (Pasmore, Warnford-court, Hellicar, J. Andover, Hampshire, linen draper. Throgmorton-street.

(Walker, Rankin, and Richards, RasingballBedford, R, St. Martin's-le-Grand, plumber. street. (Young and Thompson, Charlotte-row, Man- Hill, B. Bath,

furniture-broker. (Nethersoles sion-house.

and Barron, Essex-street, Strand. Crawford, T. Liverpool, ship-chandler. (Row. Hamilton, W.J.W.& F.G. New City-chambers, linson, Liverpool.

and J.H.Ridsdale, Leeds, merchants. (Druce Cout, R. and W. Hay, Leeds, dyer. (Few, Ash. and Son, Billiter-square.

more, and Hamilton, Henrietta-street, Covent Hopkins, J. jun. Cholsey, Berkshire, farmer, garden.

(Vandercom & Comyn, Bush-lane, Cannon-st. Carpenter, J. Wellington, Somersetshire, ban. Henzell, E. W., White Lion, wharf, Upper ker. (Pearsoa, Pump-court, Temple.

Thames-street, corn-dealer.(Tomlinson, BenColvin, J. Abchurch-lane, merchant. (Lane and nel, and Cooper, Copthall-court. Bennett, Lawrence-Pountney-place.

Holmes, B. Thrum-hall, Yorkshire, mercbant. Crowther, W. Charles-street, Middlesex Hos. (Walker, Exchequer-office, Lincoln's-inn.

pital,coach-maker. (Mayhew, Chancery-lane. Hayward, J. W. Bread-street, Cheapside, coalCock, W. and G. Canterbury, wine-merchants. metchaut. (Grimaldi and Stables, Copthall.

(Brundrett, Spinks, and Reddish, Temple. court, 'Throgmorton-street. Clements, F. Norwich, coach-maker. (Pugh, Hewitt, H. Princes-street, Drury-lane, printer. Barnard-street, Russell-square.

(Farris, Surrey-street, Strand. Canningham, J. Birmingham, liñen-draper. Isaacs, J.Chatham, slopseller. (E. Isaacs, Bury. (Walker, Lincoln's-inn fields.

street, Saint Mary-Axe. Clement, J.T. Winchester House, Broad-street, Jackson, J. Holborn-hill, wine-merchant. (Pike,

insurance-broker. (Wadeson, Austin-friars. New Boswell-court, Lincoln's-inn-fields. Dickinson, S. Great Drimeld, Yorkshire, money, Johnson, B. Cherry Trees, Worcestershire, serivener. (Chilton, Chancery-lane.

farmer. (Fuller and Saltwell, Carlton-chamDarbon, 8. Marylebone-street, Golden-square, bers, Regent-street.

wine-cooper. (Walls, Lower Thornaugh-st. Jones, D. Brighthelmstone,stone-mason. (SowBedford-square.

ton, Gray's-inn, Dicken, J. Burstem, Stafford, hatter. (Walford, Lloyd, T. Ross, Hereford, grocer. (Bridges and Gray's-inn.

Quilter, Red Lion-square. Evans, H. P. Biriningham, broker. (Walker, Lyney, R. Fore-street, Limehouse, coal-mer

Lincoln's-inn-fields, and Exchequer Office, chant. (Baker, Nicholas-lane, Lomboard-st. Lincoln's-inn.

Levitt, Q. Kingston - upon - Hull, merchant. Fredricks, F. Crickhowell, Breconshire, banker. (Scholefield, Hull.

(Jenkius, James, and Abbott, New-inn. Mundell, J. Liverpool, draper. (Lowe, SouthFlack, R. Shepherd-street, Oxford-street, cabi. ampton buildings, Chancery-lane.

net-maker. (Timbrell and Roberts, Maccles. Morris, J. late of Whistones, Claines, Worces. field-street, Sobo.

tershire, carpenter. (J. Platt, New-BoswellFreelove, W. Brighthelmstone, grocer. (Faith. court, Lincoln's-inn. full, Birchin-lane, Cornhill.

Moss, C. Cheltenham, fishinonger. (King and Frost, J. Newport, Monmouthshire, grocer Son, Castle-street, Holborn. (Thomas. Pen-court, Fenchurch-street,

Mitchell, W. Wapstead, Essex, butcher. (Amory

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(Walker, Rankin, and Richards, Basinghall- Scott, S. and W., and J. Smith, Ashford, Kent, street.

grocers. (Osbaldeston and Murray, LondonNewman, G. Kingsdown, Wiltshire, victualler. street, Fenchurch-street.

(Frowd and Rose, Serle-street, Lincoln's-inn. Smith, J. Bath, grocer. (Woodhouse, King's Norton, D. S. Uxbridge, brewer. (Gale, Ba-. Bench-walk, Temple. staghall-street.

Southbrook, E. c. Covent-garden Chambers, Newhouse, R. Huddersfield, plumber. (Stocker merchant. (Smith and Weir, Austin-friars.

and Dawson, Carey-street, Lincoln's-inn. Shields, A. W. St. John-street, cheesemonger. Oliver, J. Broad-street, Golden-square, woollen- (Warrand, Mark-lane.

draper. (Barrow and Vincent, Basinghall- Sinclair, J. Bow-lane, Cheapside, warehousestreet.

man. (Abbot,

Chancery-lane. Petit, R. College-hill, London, packer. (Knight Shirreff, M. A. Duke-street, St. James's, dressand Fyson, Basinghall-street.

maker. (Rice, Jermyn-street, Piccadilly: Pratt, R. Archer-street, Westminster, iron Sowden, J. jun., Wakefield, York, corn-factor. founder. (Shater, Milbank-street, Westmin- (Lake, Cateaton street. Bter,

Tee, J. Flamsworth, Yorkshire, shopkeeper. Powel, J. and T. Bristol, malsters, (Poole and (Bartlett, Bartholemew-close. Greenfield, Gray's- inn-square.

Taylor, J. Leominster, skinner. (Stevenson and Piper, W. Hammersmith, barge-builder. (Up- Bicknell, New-sq. Lincoln's-inn.

stone and Carlon, Charles-street, Middlesex Tabberner, S. City-road, linen-draper. (Green, * Hospital.

*Pope's-head-alley, Cornbill. Purley, J. Old Kent-road, Surrey, egg-sales- Tucker, W. H. High-holborn, window-glass.

than. (Wise, Red Lion-street, Wapping. cutter. (Howell, Hatton-garden. Rigby, A. T. Liverpool, porter-dealer. (Steel, White, G. Cherry Garden-street, Bermondsey, Queen-street, Cheapside.

shipwright. (Jackson, Garden-court, Temple. Smith, J. Newbury, Berkshire, baker. (Ash- Whiddon, J. Exeter, grocer. (Collet and Co., field and Wriget, Tokenhouse-yard.

Chancery lane. Squire, J. Kendal, watchmaker. (Addison, Walker, J. Great Smith-street, Westminster, Verulam-buildings, Gray's-inn.

carpenter. (Hannam, Plazza-chambers, Co. Smallwood, T. late of Drayton in Hales, Shrop, vent-garden.

shire, banker. (Rosser and Co. Bartlett's Watson, A. Warwick-place, Bedford-street, buildings.

Bedford-row, carpet-dealer. (Richardson, Sage, G. w. Walcot, Somersetshire, timber. Church-row, Stepney.

merchant. (Poole, and Greenfield, Gray's-inn- Wood, B. Liverpool, mathematical instrumentsquare.

maker. (Rowlinson, Watling-street.

DIVIDENDS. Austin, G. Long-acre, coach-plater, May 10. Living, H. J. S. Downes, and J. Liviug, Great Allen, S. and T. c.Noble, Bristol, linen-drapers, Prescot-street, Goodman's fields, merchants, 1 May 5.

April 22, Atkins, R. N. Portsea, grocer, April 30. Mason, C. Birmingham, druggist, May 2. Baker, W. and N. Portsea, grocer, April 21. Morgan, C. Bishopsgate-street Within, wineBarratt, A. Newport Pagnal, Buckinghamshire, merchant, April 26. farmer, April 12.

Martindale, B., and E. Fitch, late of St. James's. Brammall, G. Sheffield, merchant, April 19. street, wine-merchant, May 3. Butcher, W. Sutton-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, Masson, W. New Court, Śt. Swithin's-lane, meroer, April 30.

merchant, April 29. Butcher,J. Alphamistone, Essex, malster, May 7. Mills, O. Warwick, and of Leamington, wineBourne, S. Leek, Staffordshire, ironmonger, merchant, April 26. - April 21.

Oliver, J. R. Black he ath, mariner, April 29. Curwen, J. Great Bastcheap, tea-broker, April 5. Pile, M. jun. Sidinouth, Devonshire, cabinetColbeck, T. of West-house, Fewston; W. Ellis, maker, April 25.

of Castlefield, Bingley; J. Wilks, sen. of Powell, H. J. Uxbridge, builder, April 26. Búrley, Otley; W. Holdsworth, of Bradford, Roxby, Robert, Benton, Arbour-square, Condand J. Holdsworth, of Morley, Batley, York- mercial-road, merchant, May 3. shire, flax-spinners, June 28.

Reeves, D. Wardour-street, grocer, April 15. Cleagh, J. and R. Cleugb, Leadenhall-street, Ramsden, W. Leeds, victualler, April 26. ' wholesale linen-draper, May 16.

Richards, S. late of Liverpool, merchant, April, Cumberlege, J. George-yard, Lombard-street, 23. • merchant, April 29.

Russell, H. and R. Bruce, St Martin's-lane, Craig, J. High Holborn, linea-draper, April 19. Charing-cross, cabinet-makers, April 19. Dunnett, D. Norwich, veterinary surgeon, April Ryley, Birmingham, spoon-maker, May 2. 10.

Rawlings, John, and John Evans, LeicesterDickenson, Liverpool, merchant, May 1.

square, tailors, May 3. England, M. Ilkinstone, Derbyshire, butcher, Rodd. 0. W. Brond-way, Worcestershire, May 14,

malster, April 22. Eastwood, J. Liverpool, haberdasher, April 25. Smith, R. Humberton, Yorkshire, dealer, April Evans, J. Wapping, linen-draper, April 19.

22. Edmonds, N. Parliament-street, hatter, April 52 Smith, J. &. Brigbthelmston, druggist, April 19. Enock, J. Birmingham, brush-maker, April 29. Sill, J. High-street, Shadwell, cheesernonger, Essex, W. Paddington, whartinger, April 19. May 3. Foot, B. Graceehureh-street, tavern-keeper, Siftan, P. and J. Sifton, Blackburn, Lancashire, April 19.

cotton-manufacturers, May 17. Fox, J. Runcorn, Cheshire, grocer, April 21. Simpson, J. Kingston upon Hull, oil-merchant, Foster, T. and E. S. Foster, Yalding, Kent, April 19. malster, April 12.

Sherwin, W. T. Paternoster-row, bookseller, Griffiths, T. High-row, Knightsbirdge, plumber, April 26. April 8.

Strickland, J. sen, and J. Strickland jun. Nev. Gilsthorp, J. Molineux-street, Mary-le-bone, gate-market, cheese-mongers, May3. carpenter, April 22.

Stoker, J. Doncaster, tip-man, April 25. Hesekine, B. kingston upon Hull, merchant, Thomas D. London-street, Greenwich, china April 29.

and glassman, May 17. Henley, John, Sols-row, Hampstead, road-recti- Troubridge, J. Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire, stock- fer, May 3.

ing-manufacturer, May 5. Henrichs Úlrick, Antony, Jeffries-square, mer. Taylor, J. Sheffield, merchant, April 18. -chant, May 3.

Troughton, B. son and J. Troughton, WoodHargreaves, Samuel, Liverpool, woollen-dra- street, silkmen, April 26. pers, May 7.

Urquhart, W. Sion College Gardens, merchant, Holmes, J. Portemonth,corn-mercbant, April 30, May 3. Jefreis, G. New Bond-treet, jeweller, April 19. White, S. U Erdingley. Cotton Mill, NottingIohanon, B. J. Houndediteh, cabinet-maker, hamshire, cotton-spinner, April 21.

Krom MARCH 25, to APAIL 26, 1823.
By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL.

Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser. Bar. Ther. (Wind. Obser. Bar. Ter. Wind. VO.SET. 25 32-20 36

E. Cldy. 5/29-03 48 S.W. Rain 16 30-17 48 S.W. Ditto 26 30-12 40 N.E. Ditto 6 99-33 41 N. Cldy. 11729-81 54 W.: Ditto:

N.E. Foggy 7 29-01 45 N. Rain 118/29-541 45 N.W. Ditto 28 29-94 39

E, cldy.
8 29-77 42 N.E. Fair 1929:42 41 N.

Ditto 29 29-98 41 E.


9 29.73 49 N.E. Ditto 20 29-74 38 S.W. Ditto 30 -10 W. Fair 10.30-1346


45 S.W. Ditto 31 30-04 43 W. Ditto 11 31.13 45 E.

Ditto 22 29 73 46

E. Ditto 1 29-09 44 SW. Ditto 12 30-11 N.E. Ditto 23 29-33 * 45 E. Rain 2 29-67 48 S.W. Ditto 13 30-02 40 N.E. Ditto 24 29 45 44 N.E. Fair 329-72 44 W. Cldy. 114|30-03 41 N.E. Ditto 25/29-91 49 S.W. Ditto 20-34 48 W. Ditto 15 30 27 44

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MARCH 15, 1823.

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£. $. £. s. d. Ashton and Oldham 1 25 4 10 Southwark

18 Barnealey 200 19 Ditto, New


ct. Birmingham (divided) 600 24 Ditto, Loan Bolton and Bury



25 Brecknock aud' Abergav, 80

5 Carlisle,

Water-works. Chesterfield.



Chelsea Coventry 1040 44 & 3 East London.

115 4 Cromford.

270 14
Grand Junction..


2 10 3 3 Kent

35 1 10 Derby.


50 2 10 Dudley.

3 South London

30 Ellesmere and Chester 62

West Middlesex...

58 10 25 Erewash... 1000 58 York Buildings

25 Forth and Clyde 180 20

Insurances Grand Junction . 242 10 Albion

50 2 10 Grand Surrey.


35 Grand Onion..

18 10

575 40 Grand Western..

Birmiogham Pire

340 25 Grantham


50 Hereford and Gloucester..


2 10 Lapcaster.

26 10 1

3 3 Leeds and Liverpool 374 12 European

20 Leicester.. 295 13

7 Leicester & Northampton 72


12 10 Loughborough 135010 170 Hope

4 15 Melion Mowbry. 230 10 Imperial Pire..

100 4'10 Monmouthshire

Ditto, Life.

11 5 Montgomeryshire ....

70 2 10
Kent Fire...

57 10 Neath.

390 22 London Pire Nottingham

200 12 London Ship Oxford 32 Provident.

20 Portsmouth and Arundel 30


Royal Exchange

258 10 Rochdale

Sun Fire..

8 10 Shrewsbury

9 10
Sun Life........

23 10

10 Shropshire

Vaion .

18 Somerset Coal 120

Gas Lights. Ditto, Lock Fund


5 15 Gas Lightaud Coke (Chart Staffords.& Worcestershire 1 700 40


66 4 Stourbridge

200 10.10 City Gas Light Company. 127 8 10 Stratford-on-Avon..... 17

Ditto, New

70 10 4 10 Stroudwater

South London

136 7 10 Swansea ...


14 Tavistock


Literary Institutions.
Thames and Medway


29 Thames and Severn, New 26


10 Trent & Mersey 2000 75 Surrey :

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52 2 10 Worcester & Birmingham 30 1 Golden Lane Brewery..

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5 London

110 4 10 London Com.Sale Rooms 16 West India

175 10 Carnatic Stock 1st class . 87 East India.

........2d ditto

75 Commercial

82 3 10. East Country

28 Messrs. WOLFE and EDMONDS, No. 9, 'Change-Alley,Cornhill.

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Ships' Names. Consignments.

Commanders. First Officers. Second Officers/Third Officers. Fourthoficers. Surgeons.

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2 Royal George -Beng. & China 1333 John Fam Timins Chris. Biden J.H.Buttivant R.H. Treherne A. C. Watling William Carr Thomas Hog John Ward
General Kyd... Beng. & China 1332 S. Marjoribanks Henry Cobb
1200 James Walker Alex. Nairn Ra. Alpin John Pearson J. M. Ralph

James Sexton Fran. Daniell W. Mac Nair B. W. Mure
2 Kent

1823 3 Herefordshire. 1200 John Locke William Hópe Robert Card Richard Card Wm. Robson T. G. Adams Richard Boys E. Crowfoot

13Nov 3 Jan.
6 Inglis :

John Lawson Wash. Smith
Bomb.& China 1200 R. Borradaile S.Serle [shank Jos. Dudman Fred. Orlebar C. Pennington H. Harris

-7 Jan
2 Farquharson...
1326 J. Chris. Lochner Willm. Cruick- H. Cowan W. H. White-H. Colombine George Lloyd John Scott George Adam

St. Hele, Ben 1334 John Fam Timins J. Paterson
Edw. Foord

-8 Jan.
Edward Jacob W.H.Walker Chas. Clarkson Samuel Symes G. R. Griffiths
3 coolen & China
2 Hythe

1333 S. Marjoribanks J.P. Wilson A.W. Law Robt. Lindsay A. C. Proctor Robt. Jobling R. Alexander John Rånney
3 Windsor...
T. Haviside A. F. Proctor Mark Clayton R.C. Fowler Wm. Edmonds Edw. Edwards Jas. Thomsom

13Dec. 2 Feb. 27 Feb.
St. Hel. Bomb. 1200 James Sims
6 Bridgewater.... and China.

W. Mitchell H. Bristow T. Buttenshaw Fred. E.Waine-James Walker James Arnott Joseph Cragg

4 Waterloo...
() R. Alsager Chas John Brown G. T. Calvely Fred. Hedges Jas. Halliday George Homer

A. Johnstone
|_ Bomb.& China 1242 Company's ship D. A. Newall w.R. Blakeley John HillmanRobt

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. Allen
William Brucel

28 Feb.
S Scaleby Castle

15 Mar
3 Kellie Castle... } Madr. & China 1200 Jasper Vaux
1332 Stewart Erskine E. L. Adams: W. H. Ladd John Hay R. Pattullo T.Shearman Roht. Elliot

William Cragg|
6 Atlas

C.O. Mayne Jos. Stanton G. M; Braith- P. C. Shadwell B.J. Thomson John Dill J. W. Cragg (waite

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Maur. Penang 1246 William Mofat William Hay Geo; Denny: Jos. Coates €. A. Eastmure Thos. Thoms Robt. Strange Fred. Palmer 27 Jan. 19 Mar. and China.


son 5 Vansittart

1200 Joseph Hare W. H. C Dal-J. R. Mander-Wm. Allen J. Sercombe F. Bayley J.W. Wilson A. Beveridge
7 Bombay

H. Clement
Henry Templer John Hine

W.H.Edmonds George Wise T. Ingram Robt. Murray Robt. Miles

-24Feb. 17 April.
1276 William Sims
Warren Hastings
Rd. Rawes Jas, Eyles H. Edmonds W. B. Coles

John Ricketts James Bruce
7 Lowther Castle
14:27 JohnCrosthwaite Thos. Baker J. Wilkinson R. K. Lloyd cw. Francken C.S. Bawtree J. H. Blevner-Nic. G. Glass

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978 C. B.Gribble C.B. Gribble Josiah Thomas John Burt c. Ingram Nath. Knox

Matt. Lovell
GMar. Wellington.

Mad; & Beng. 961 Henry Bonham 3. Blanchard Stephan Pointz G. R. Parkers J. Haworth John Sparks Wm. Winton w.J. Shepherd $12Mar 1 May. gl'Thos, Grenville

886 Company's ship)w, Manning J. B. Burnett P. Pilcher John Relvatts Wm. Taylor Adam Elliot J. Benifold 5 Minerva Bengal. 976 George Palmer Geo. Probyn Edw. Ireland Hector Rose J. Drayner


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-7 Jan. John Allan

8 Jan.

27Dec. 16 Feb.

28 Feb.

David Liddell

W. E. Brown

24Apr.15 June E. N. Briggs H. Mitchell Wm. Allen

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