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Lif of Bankrupts in 1785 continueda
Ann Biddulph, Whitechapel, leather-seller Walter Kurné, Bishop Wearmouth, Durham
Edward Sludwicke and John William Sceele, coal-fitter
Gnocechurch-Areet, haberdashers

John Lees, Duke-ftreet, Smithfield, bookseller
Jofeph Bowden, Chelsea, currier

Emerson Tidy, St. John, Wapping, and Tho-
Thomas Jones, Wells next the Sea, merchant mas Watrs, Calais in France, ship chindlers
Thomas Oiboro, Grange-road, Surrey, mariner Thomas Mirfield Law, Sailby, Cumberland,
James Wenham, Hastings, Suflex, merchant

money. scrivener
Andrew Foot, New Bond-Itreet, haberdasher Francis Callan, Bristol, linen-draper
Robert Starling, Colby, Norfolk, butcher Wolf Benjamin, Banbury, Oxford, filver-smith
James Mayo, Devizes, Wilts, linen-draper Gilbert Inkerrall, Hackenthospe, Derby,
Richard Rymill, Banbury, Oxford, curries féythsmith
George Brown, Illington, butcher.

Christopher Hall, Battle Bridge, Middlesex,
Benjamin Toft, Broughton, L ncoln, corn-mer. ferivener
Matthew Pleftow, Threadneedle ftreet, hofier James Cover, Wickham, Hants, draper
John Capstack, Angel court, Throgmorton. Peter Coveney, Porismouth Common, South-
ftreet, taylor

ampton, common bréwer and maltiter George Farquharson, Strand, watch-maker Richard Griffin, Penkridge, Stafford, mercer Frankey Wilkinson, Fenne End, York, shal. Patrick Stafford, Hermitage-street, Wapping, loon-maker

mariner John Giffard, Devizes, Wilts, fadler

Robert Jones, Little Minories, merchant Thomas Bolton, Birmingham, buckle-maker Richard Berrow, Pall-Mall, feather- merchant James Nelson, Wefton Areet, Southwark, in. Joseph Emden, Artillery-Areet, Bishopsgate surance-broker

street Without, merchant
Jane Wiseman, Wisbech, Ine of Ely, Cam. John Lea, Stourbridge, Worcefter, ironmonger
bridge, lioen-draper

Charles Clinch, Bath, Haberdasher
Thomas Ball, New Sleaford, Lincoln, grocer George Hodgson and Thomas Bray, College-
Eliz. Hardman, Millon, Solop, paper-maker ftreet, Weftrriafter, brandy-merchants
Edward Elc, Ealing, Middlesex, carpenter James Chadwick, Heckmondwicke, York,
John, otherwise Jacobus Moseley, Hart-ftreet,

St. Paul, Covent-Garden, merchant Richard Brown, Flushings-alley, Middlesex,
Dorothy Jonas, widow, Samuel Jacob Jonas, carpenter

and Jonathan Jonas, St. Catherine's-iquare, James Brand, Lincoln, inn-keeper
Tower, merchants

Moses Birch, Stepney-causeway, Middlesex,
Charles Moulton, the Younger, Mile End mariner
Old Town, merchant

Richard Goodman, Willscott, otherwise Wil.
William Johofon, North-Shields, grocer liamscnti, Oxford, dealer
John Crombie, Great Yarmouth, beer brewer James Jubber, Portsmouth.common, Souche'
John Foxton, North Shields, merchant

ampton, brewer
George Ormiffan, York-Row, Lambech, in. John Watkins, 'Tidnor Forge, Hereford, iron-
furance-broker

matter
William Coker, St. Sepulchre, carpenter Thomas Bennett, Bristol, timber merchant
Thomas Wells and Joseph Wells, Banbury, John Smith, Leadenhall-ftreer, hatter
Oxford, mercers

William Thomson, Serle-itreet, mariner
Robert Collins, Bristol, brewer and master James Ford, St. Martin's-le-grand, broker
Louis Defrance, Castle-yard, Holborn, jeweller Andrew Loder, Bath, malfter
Mary Hodgson and Peter Hodgson, Piccadilly, Richard Fry, Corsham, Wilts, clothier
haberdashers

Abner Wyman, Ratcliffe Highway, taylor
William Worrall, Liverpool, ironmonger James Blake, Stockwell, Surrey, bricklayer
William Smith, Great Rufel-fireet, Blooms. Daniel Knight, Leek, Scafford, blk ribbon
bury, linen-draper

· manufacturer and weaver
Charles Wiseman, Newgate-ftreet, oil-man Richard Elgar, Folk stone, Kent, builder
NathanielClifford, sen. Reading, Berks, mercer Benjamin Dykes, Kington, Hereford, baker
John Searle, High-Itreet, Southwark, grocer William Holloway, Cannock, Scafford, guccer
Benjamio Smart, Hales Owen, Salop, butches John Carruthers, Longtown, Cumberl. dealer
Mark Ingram, Harbourn, Stafford, dealer William Eaves, Whitechapel Road, Moore
Joseph Bullen, Norwich, taylor

cloth-painter
ivilliam Lyster, Doncaster, York, corn-factor Richard Ciark, Southwark, carrier
William Wollen, Cheapfide, linen-draper Nathan Mather, Liverpool, hat-maker
John Heward and David Fręch, Reading, Arthur Jones, Montgomery, tanner
Berks, linen-drapers

Henry Roberts and William March, Dept.
John Wink, Long Milford, Suffolk, maller ford, seedsmen
Edward Halfhide, Charing-croso, wine and William Marsh, Deptford, seedsman
brandy merchant

Thomas Southwell, Swallow-ftreet, Weft-
William Hodges, Ludlow, Salop, money forir. minster, baker
Simon Mellor, Wrighten, Lancaster, fuftian. Thomas Bennett, Bristol, timber-merchant
manufacturer

William Rufel, Bristol, brewer and malfter
David Dickson; Moos-place, Moot fiel is, mer. John Pinnock, Devizes, Wilts, cabinet-maker

David Knox and Thomas Cowan, Tower-itreet,

chant

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Lif of Bankrupts. Billbof Mortality: merchants

den, taylor
James Stewast, Carnaby-Areet, Weltminfict, Robert William Powell and John Hopton,
carpenter

Scraad, merchants
William Weales, Cambridge, peruke-maker John Lewis, Cleobury Mortimer, Salop, brick
John Camphell, jun. Eastcheap, Ship-broker maker
William Gilbert, Litchfield- ftreet, Westmins. Robert Heys, Manchester, cotton-manufa&urer
ter, capillaire-maker

William Stevenson, Holborn, fadles
Joseph Tyndall and Thomas Beech, Birming- Samuel Woodhouse, Bilstop, Stafford, linen-
bam, oeedle. makers

draper Richard Newton, Bristol, folk-merchant William Pinder, Parliament-Street, Wett William Hughes, Scotland-yard, dealer in minfler, dealer {pirituous liquors

Moses Belt, Rickmansworth, Herts, thog-
Joon Makinson, Blackburn, Lancaster, cottaa, keeper
manufacturer

Jonathan Kershaw, Liverpool, merchant
John Sier, 10e of Wight, ship builder Joseph Sherwin Gazeley, Dorset-court, Cap-
William Newcomb, St. Martin's-lane, Weft. noo-row, merchant
minster, grocer

Christopher Franklin, Whitby, York, mercha Williard Roxborough, Smith's-place, Bello Jofeph W ollact, Wallall, Scafford, malifter dock, Wapping, mariner

Thomas Roy, Furoival's-inn-court, merchant William Sibrey and Ann Sibrey, Newgate. Richard Heys, Cheadle, Chetter, cotton-maMarket, butchers

pufacturer Ralph Hare, sen. Ipswich, merchant John Starmar, St. Ives, Cornwall, upholkterer William Browne, Swaltham, Norfolk, shop. William Warkins, Hereford, Thop.keeper keeper

James Sewill, Aldermanbury, horier John Peters and Alexander Peters, Southwark, Jonathan Cook, Buckingham-street, taylor linen-dr-fers

William Kirtland, Crowle, Lincoln, grocer Daniel Turner, Newgate-ftreet, linen-draper John Pledge, St. Mary Lambeth, bricklayer Elizabeth Robson, Portsmouth-common, na James Beker, Ashburham, Suflex, shop-keeper berdasher

Samuel Patrick, Petersham, Surrey, vitualler
Evan Evans, Leadenhall-ftreet, Nop seller Thomas Lewis, Duke's-court, St. Martin's.
Thomas Archer, Hereford, mercer

lane, taylor
John Stone, Walworth, Surrey, dealer Thomas Coombs, Holwell, Somerset, dealer
Gerrge Webber, St. Thomas the Apoftle, John Shaw, Worship-Arect, St. Leonard
Devon, ftone-cutter

Shoreditch, hilversmith
James Dunlop, St. Mary-are, merchant Edward Carter, Bond street, hardwarempan
Michael Leoni, Brown's-buildings, St. Mary, John Norris, Cornhill, linen: draper
axe, dealer

Robert Gueft, Birmingham, butches
Robert Turger, Halfden-green, Middlesex, John Burney, Tottenham-court-road, timber.
dealer

merchant
William Winch, Printing house square, Black William Staite, Broadway, Worcefter, tanner
Fryars, timber-merchant

Joseph Munday, Vauxhali, timber- merchant
John Jones, Burleigh-Ite. Strand, coach-mafter William Alexander, Thorne, York, mercer
Isaac Trueman, Kidderminster, mercer John Smith, Fleet-treet, baberdather
William Taylor, Malton, York, Lhop keeper William Roberts, Wood-Itreet, haberdasher
Joseph Flounders, North.Shielas, butcher William Weeten, London wall, itable-keeper
Jacob Coles, Guildford, Surrey, falesman John Taylor, Middle Herrington, dealer
Juha Peittman, St. Giles's in the Fields, dealer John Polley, St.Giles, Oxford, lackcloth-mak.
in spirituous liquors,

William Metcalfe, Liverpool, merchant
George Savage, Hatfiçid, Hertford, ion-keeper Levi Woodham, New Sarum, Wils, innholder
Thomas Pettai, john Rewimington, and Ri. Owen James, Neath, Glamorgan, Chop-keeper

chard Flighi, King-Stanley, Glou.clothiers Richard Pottinger, 'Window, Buckingham, William Warrin, Brackley, Northampton,

carrier linien-draper

Isaac Clark, Stockport, Chester, cornfactor
Thomas Herring, Little St. Martin's. Lane, Isra Joytell, Litle Somerset-Street, White
Middlcfex, sadler

chapel, merchant
James Scarron, Worcester, Irinh linen-merch. Joseph Stokes, Liverpool, dealer
John Page, Bristol, merchant

William Eggenton, jun. Old Swinford, Wor.
Edward Fogg, Newcaftle-under-Lyne, butcher ccfter, mallter
George Bustill, New Brentford, butcher Michael Kane, Great Russel. Areet, Blooms,
Thomas Fawcert, Maiden-jane, Covent Gar bury, tea-dealer

Bill of Morialy from Dec. 6, to Dec, 20, 1785.
Christened.
Buried.

5 129 | 50 and 60 162
Males 789
Males

5 and 10 56 60 and 70 134 Females goos

10 and 20 58 70 and 8088 Whereof have died under two years old 553

20 and 30 135 1 80 and 90. 37

30 and 40 153 | 90 and 100 Peck Loaf 25. ad.

40 and go 201

2 and

Females 193} 1487

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1726 Consol.

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696

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696

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EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN JANUARY, 1786.

,

Old

Ditto | India | India | India | S. Sea
Bank 13 perCry 3 per Cr., Ditto 14 per Chis per Cu Long, Short

New (3 per Ct New 3 perCt, 4 per CH Excheg, Lote

Ann.
Stock. reduc. confols.
Ann. 1777 1778. Stock. Ann. Bonds. Stock.

Ann. 1751 Navy. Scrip. Scrip. Bills." Ticke
thuc ihut
871 1063

thuc
70

shut 445. pr

14.19

thut 291139

shut
871 1067

21
30 139
714 a

14.17
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14 15
12 1404 703 1701 a
883 105

14 13
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14 17
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15 Sunday

8s. pr. 14 i7
16
703 70g a
- 89 104

14 17
17 1405. 691

21 883 704 a 70

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o Meteorological Diaries for March, 1785, and February, 1700.
Vareb | Barometer.
Thermom. Wind.

Rain
Days. Inch. 20ths

in. pus.

Weather in Feb. 1785.
E

thin clouds, frost not fo fevere. E

hazey. 3

overcakt. 4

NE

overcast, brisk wind.

E 5 29 17

overcast, sharp wind, 29 18

E

white frott, fair, wärm fun, narth E

overcaft, harsh wind. * [wind. 29 I 2

E

overcaft, harsh wind.
29
3

E

overcast, freezes all day.
29
12
32
NE

Tharp wind, and clouds.
29 17 23

N

white frost, fair & ftill; hot sun. 29 16

N

fair, Tharp wind, 2 13

26
N

fair, cutting wind. 14 29

18
25
NE

white froft, fair, and fill. 3

NE 15 29

overcaft, cold, ard saw. 4 16 29, 19

27
NE

overcast, milder air. 17

30
2
36
NE

overcaft and lowring. S 18

30
1
37
N

overcast and still. 19

19
36
W

overcaft and still. 20 30

42,
N

clouds and fun, millair. 21 29 17

43
W

fair and mild. 6
29
18
30

bluffering, harsh wind.
23
30

NE 30

clouds and fun. 24 30 25

whice frost, fair. 25 17

NE
33

overcast, cold, and raw,
116
34
NW

tair.
29 13
36

- 35 small rain, and (now. 7
12
25
N

hard frost, fair, Inow lies. 29 29 12

27
NE

wh. froit, fair, tharp wind, foow 30 29 11

29
NIV
hazey, ?

[in lhade. 1 *31 29 8

* NW 30

Tafair.

OBSERVATIONS. 1 Striped crocus in bloom.22 Very high tide. Therm. 25 at 11 P.M—3 Ice of the two alaft nights near one inch thick under a south walt Yellow crocus in bloom. *.

s Wather woman putrin, large mafies of ice into the copper - Toads come forth froin Kheir bibernacola: – 7 Very few birds appeared during the severity of the winter; they probably' reireated more southward.— Beans planted the 13th of Nov. 'khled by troft in this mouth. * “ Say, what impels, amid surrounding teow,

« Or fioft, the crocus' Aamy buds to glow ?".

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MeteoROLOGICAL TÂBLE for February, 1786.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer, Height of Falirenheit's Thermometer.
Weather

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23 451 50 491 30,284 fair

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30 fair 29 49 130,39 cloudy

44 4541129,876 high wind $1 48 30,461 cloudy

13 37 45 39 30,43 \fair 46157 45 30,5

fair

14 40 48 | 42 30,59 fair 49 37 30 36 thowery

15 37 |

4371130,564 Fair 34 30,064 thowery

16,38 4440 30.5

fair 3 381 37 130,22 fais

17 35 45 | 48 30,12 fair
39330,19 ftair

+18
43 45

44.130,14 fair
44. 4.6 30,345 imall rain

19 47 451 30,2 imalt rain 54 41 129,$6 howery

46 48 43 30,3; cloudy 36 29,54 windy

37 41

34,36,35 fair
43
39.129,53 air

31:36. 301130,23 fair
9 31 37 33129,72 low

23 19 24. 30530,233 fair 10 i 3811 59 1 36 129,733(ihowery 24- 28 3011 31 730,15 sair

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