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chant. M. Bourk, New Square, London, slopseller. A. Whiting, Long Acre, Middesex, coachmaker. D. Hodgkins, Liverpool, brush-maker. S. Calvert, late of Liverpool, dealer. G. Merriman, Stockport, Cheshire, dealer. Thomas Blaney, late of the East India Company's ship the Walthamstow, and of Bouverie Street, White Friars, mariner. Thomas Wigful, King's Lynn, Norfolk, iron founder. Edmund and Robert Tompkins, Deretend, Birmingham, plated ink-stand-makers. Wm. Rawlings, Gracechurch Street, London, grocer. Wm. Newton, Exeter, druggist. Wm. Stevens, Exeter, sadler. John Duneclilt, Leicester, grocer. John Avery, Queen Square, Westminster, organ-builder. Edw. Medley, Parliament Street, Westminster, scrivener. John Mouls, Hampstcad, Middlesex, corn-chandler. Thomas Cathro, Old Gravel Lane, Mkidle.-ex, baker. C. Holt, late of Leather Lane, Holborn, warehouseman. F.Fisher, .row or late of Chepstow, Monmouthshire, currier. G. Arthur, late of Shipley Mill, Northumberland, miller. A. Z. D. Cuvelie, Lancaster, merchant. J. Clayton, Sedgeberrow, Worcestershire, mealman. A. Houldsworth and H.Gravenor, Basingliall Street, London, warehousemen. James Marsh, Shad Thames, Southwark, shipwright. Thomas Madden, Pages Walk, Bermondscy, victualler. John Figgins, Trowbridge, Wilts, carpenter. Wm. Blagrove, Abingdon, Berkshire, miller. George Liddell, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant. W. Schultze, and Philip Unger, Little Britain, merchants. Abraham Young, Bristol, corn-factor. John Fletcher Norman, now or late of Bristol, baker. George Glover, Dean Street, Solio, Middlesex, grocer. Richard Rogers, Cailcon, Monmouthshire, dealer. Davison Penny, jun. St. John Wapping, ship-chandler. Daniel Brien, late of James Street, Coveut Garden, victualler. Joseph Stone, late of Mersey Street, Liverpool, victualler. Wm. Bullet), Plymouth Dock, linen-draper. Joseph Evatr, Rood Lane, London, glassman. James Weldon, Lawrence Lane, warehouseman. J. Sproston, Liverpool, merchant. C. Clcgg, Milnrow, Lancashire, woollen-manufacturer. T. Man, Howard •Street, St. Clement Danes, dealer. D. N. Beckman, of Princes Row, Mile End New Town, Middlesex, sugar-grinder. G. F. Benekirt, SwanMead, Bermondsey, leather-dresser. P. Drinkwater, Manchester, and T. Dakeyne, Darley Dale, Derbyshire, corn-factors. C. Marriott, Manchester, merchant. Jos- Mitchell, Long Acre, cheesemonger. Jos. Sinee, Newington Place, Surrey, potter. W. Field, Old Cavendish Street, St.Mary

Toledano, Great Aylie Street, Goodman's Fields, merchant. Jos. Morris, St. John Street, Westminster, money-scrivener. Thos. Juxon, Birmingham, corn-factor. T. Arnold, Wolverhampton, baker. Reuben Smith, Little Chelsea, dealer. W. Holmes, Otley, vorkshire, mercer. Sam. King, Gloucester, shopkeeper. Edw. Parker, Stevenage, Herts, corn-dealer. Wm. Key, Duke Street, Aldgate, mercer. James Brady, Ipswich, linen-draper. Jos. Cowgill, Manchester, merchant. J. Daniel, Liverpool, merchant. J. Cheetham Morrey, Manchester, cotton-manufacturer. T. Fothergill, Manchester, merchant. George Mallison, Gauxholme, Lancashire, corn-miller. Geo. Woohidge, WimborriMinster, Dorsetshire, dealer. Jos. Adams, Brompton, Kent, butcher. Rees Thomas, Broad Street, £t. Giles, Middlesex, glass-seller.





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