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ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS, &c. The Rev. J. Watts, MA. Fellow of the Univer- Rev. Mr. Proudfoot, Minister of Shorts, to the sity College, Oxford, appointed domestic chap- church and parish of Strathshaven, Presbytery of lain to the Earl of Besborough.--The Rev. A. Hamilton. Wheeler, DD. Head-master of the College school, OXFORD.-On Feb. 10, the following degrees Worcester, to the recory of Broadway.-- The Rev. were conferred. Bachelor in Divinity, the Rev. Mr. Heath, son of Dr. Heath, Heal-master of Ellis Ashton, Fellow of Brazenose.--Masters of Eton school, to the valuable rectories of West Arts; the Rev. W.Salmon Bagshaw, of Worcester, Dean and East Grinstead, near Salisbury. - The and the Rev. Chas. S. S. Depuis, of Peinbroke. Rev. Edward Colman Tyson, BA. Fellow of Cathe. Bachelors of Arts, Fras. Lipscomb, of University rine Hall, Cambridge, elected second master of College, and H. J. B. Nicholson, of Magdalenthe royal mathematical school at Christ hospital.

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Where the Town or City in which the Bankrupt resides is not erpressed, it will be always in London or the
Neighbourhood. So also of the Residences of the Attorneys, whose names are placed after a [.

T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.
Gazette, Jan. 20. to Fcb. 13. Dorrington, J. Manchester, spirit-dealer. [Milne,

Temple. c. Jan. 20.-- Aaron, L. Chatham, navy-agent. (Isaacs, Heclis, E. Chorley, Lancaster, spirit-merchant. 40, Mansell-street, Goodman's fields. T.

[Gaskell, Wigan, Lancaster.' c. Clarke, G. High-row, Knightsbridge, carpenter. Higgs, W. G. Hodson, and R. Higgs, Bristol, lea. [l'opkin, Dean-street, Soho-square. T.

ther-factors. [Pearson, Pump-court, Temple. C. Davis, H. Bristol, merchant. (Clarke, Chancery. Hogy, G. Pancras-lane, taveru-keeper. (Knight, lane. C.

Busioghall-street. T.

Howell, H. Knaresborough, grocer. (Lodington, Walpole, T. White Lion-st. Goodman's-fields, ricSecondaries Office, Teniple. c.

tualler. (Glynes, Burn-st. East Smithfield. T. Levy, J. New-road, St. George in the East, mer- Young, J. Bristol, woollen-draper. [Williams, chant. [Pullen, 34, Fore-street. T.

Lincoln's-inn. C. Matthews, P. Gibson-street, Lambeth, builder. Jan. 30.-Berthoud, H. Soho-square, bookseller. (Sandom, Slades-place, Deptford. T.

[Tucker, Bartlett's-buildings, Holborn. T. Parks, T. and A. Lawton, "Birmingham, mer- Castle, J. Banwell, Somerset, victualler. (King, chants. [Clarke, Chancery-lane. C.

Gray's-inn square. C. Shepherd, w. Kennington-cross, jeweller. (Dobie, Crowe, E. Wymondham, Norfolk, shopkeeper. Palsgrove-place, Temple-bar. T.

[Saggers, Crosby-square. C. Stainer, R. Ilchester, innkeeper (King, Gray's Friend, H. Southwark, engineer. [Comerford, 10, inn-square. C.

Copthall-court, Throgmorton-street. T. Statham, P. and G. Shakespear, Pall-Mall, black. Godfrey, S. Market Weighton, York, inokeeper.

ing-manufacturers. (Willey, Wellclose-square.T. [Evans, 97, Hatton-garden. C. Thomas, D. London-street, Greenwich, china and Grove, P. Cardiff, Glamorgan, straw-bat-mapufac

glass-man. Sherwood, Canterbury-square. T. turer. (Wood, Cardiff. C. Wells, J. W. Cambridge.heath, Hackney-road, Harris, G. Worship-street, Finsbury-square,

builder. [Nash, Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. T. coach-proprietor. [Abraham, 28, Jewry-st. T. Wildman, J. Fen-court, Fenchurch-street, mer. Keep, J. Grainsby, Lincoln, farmer.' (Baxter,

chant. (Paterson, 68, Old Broad-street. T. Gray's-inn.place, Holborn. c. Woollis, J. Woolwich, timber-merchant. (Nind, Knighi, R. Gray's-inn-lane, livery-stable-keeper. -32, Throgmorton-street. T.

(Pullen, Forestreet. T.

Pennell, P. Whitborne, Hereford, farmer. (Hile Jan. 23.-Almond, W. jun. New-bridge, Cornwall, liard, Gray's-inn-square. C.

beer-brewer. (Battye, Chancery-lane. c. Purkis, w. 'Portsmouth, Southampton, cabinetBayly, c. Eastdean, Sussex, farmer. [Ellis, 1, maker. (Alexander, 10, New-inn. c. Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. C.

Shorey, J. Croydon, coal-merchant. (Long, NelsonBorebam, J. Haverhill, Suffolk, common-brewer.

square, Blackfriar's-road. T. [Stevens, 9, Gray's-inn-square. C.

Skey, R.S. Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, carrier. Bushell, E. sen. Bath, cabinet-maker. [Makin- (Tooke, Holborn-court, Gray-inn. c. son, Middle Temple. C.

Symes, W. Crewkerne, Somerset, linen-draper. Cooper, W. Nottingham, grocer. [Wolston, 14, (Pearson, 6, Pump-court, Temple. C. Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. C.

Vigor, M. Bristol, cabinet-maker. [Hicks, Bart. Dews, J.Ossett, Dewsbury, York, clothier. [Fisher, lett's-buildings, Holborn. C. 28, Thavies-inn. C.

Williams, W. and A. Whyte, New Bond-st. hatFisher, F. Edgeware-road, nurseryman. (Fielder, ters. (Jones, Great Marylebone-st. T.

Duke-street, Grosvenor-square. T.
Philpots, R. Banbury, Oxford, draper. (Sweet, Ba.

Feb. 3.-Anderson, J. West Smithfield, book. singball-street. T.

seller. (Arnott, King's Arms-yard, ColemanPryer, T. c. B. Birchin-lane, saddler. (Jones, Bindloss, c. Kendal, Westmoreland, butcher.

street. T.
Mincing-lane. T.
Recve, R. Hilgay, Norfolk, dealer. [Ewbank, 27, (Carpenter, Furnival's-inn. C.
North Audley-street, Grosvenor-square. C.

Butcher, P. Braintree-heath, Essex, horse-dealer. Saunders, J. Duke-street, St. James's, surgeon.

(Gray, 136, Tyson-place, Kingsland-road. T. [Burton, New North-st. Red Lion-sq. T.

Collett, J. Bath, Somerset, shoemaker. [MakinTonge, G. W. B. East-India Chambers, Leaden.

son, Middle Temple. C. hall-st. merchant. _[Reardoa, Corbet-court,

Durham, W.Oxnend, Norfolk, paper-maker. (ForGracechurcb-street. T.

ster, Norwich. C.

Fraser, A. Norfolk-street, Marylebone, upholsterJan. 27.-Aust, J. Gloucester, dealer. (Chilton,

er. (Saunders, 11, Charlotte-street, Fitzroy. Exchequer-office, Lincoln's-inn. C.

square. T. Berry, M. Newsome-cross, York, clothier. [Clarke, Gill, J; M. Plymouth-dock, Devon, linen-draper. Chancery-lane. C.

(Makinson, Middle Temple. c. Booth, G. Bromley-park, Stafford, farmer. (Ed. Knights, R. Gray's-inn-lane, livery-stable-keepmunds,Excbequer-office, Lincoln's-inu. C.

er. Pullen, Fore-street. T. Crowther, J. Liverpool, merchant. (Blackstock, Lamb, .. Newington Causeway, glazier. (Carpen King's-bench-walk, Temple. C.

ter, Church-court, Old Jewry. T. Fuller, H. Bethnal-green-road, surgeon. (Gray, Levy, S. 6, Rosemary-lane, slopseller. (Eyles, 15, 136, Tyson-place, Kingsland-road. T.

Worship-street-road. T. Gough, J. Bath, Somerset, painter. [Poole, 12, Lockey, C. Ivy-lane, cornchandler. (Drew, Ber. Gray's-inn-sguare. C.

mondsey-street. T. Green, R. Selby, York, banker. (Wiglesworth, Nobes, R. A. Swindon, Wilts, plumber. [MeggiGray's-inn-square. C.

son, Gray's-inn. C. Johnson, T. junior, Wakefield, York, merchant. Shipdem, R. Hytbe, Kent, grocer. [Long, Gray's

inn. C. (Few, Henrietta-street, Covent garden. C. Marsh, J. Gracechurch-street, hosier. (Rush, 3, Thurtell, J. and J Giddens, Norwich, bombazine. Crown-court, Threadneedle-street. T.

manufacturers. [Poole, Gray’s-inn-square. C. Maughan, H. Rochester, Kent, linen-draper.

Wildman, J. Whitechapel-road, plumber. [Rus[Jones, Sise-lane. T.

sen, Crown-court, Aldersgate-street. T. Mitchell, J. senior, Essendon, Hertford, dealer.

Wotton, T. Bristol, leather-factor. [Wright, 10, (Stoker, Boswell-court. T.

King's Bench-walk, Temple. C. Nelson, R. Bermondsey, Surrey, felmonger. [Cot- Feb.6.–Baverstock, J.H. Alton, Hauts, commontle, Aldermanbury. T.

brewer, [Taylor, Field.court, Gray's-inn. C. Norton, L. New Union-street, stage-coach-master. Blogg, G. Aldersgate-street, jeweller. (Hindman,

(Eyles, 15, Worship-sl.-road, Finsbary-sq. T. Basinghall-street. T. Reid, w. junior, Clerkenwell-close, watchmaker. Collier, W. Wellington, Salop, ironmonger [Bigg, [Harmer, Hatton-garden. T.

Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. ct. Richards, J. Aston, Warwick, brewer. [Long, Fereday, s. Ettingshall-park, Sedgley, Stafford, Holborn-court, Grey's-inn. C.

irou-inaster. [Alexander, New-inn. C. Roberts, W. H. Albury, Surrey, paper manufac- Frost, T. Little Portland-street, coach-maker. turer. [Kearsey, Bishopsgate-street. T.

[Jones, Mincing-lane. T. Ratt, J. Hammersmith, market gardener. Kempster, T. Bouvrie-st. Fleet-st. carpenter. [Tem[Richardson, Bury-street, St. James's. T.

pler, 12, John-street, nories. T. Sager, E. jun. Chadderton, Lancaster, mercbant. Mautle, T. Dover, Kent, cabinet-maker. (Jupp, (Wright, Temple. C.

Carpenter's-hall, London-wall. T. Sager, E. sen. Chadderton, Lancaster, merchant. Massey, E. Eccleston, Lancaster, watch-maker. (Wright, Temple. C.

[Adlington, Bedford-row. C. Sager, W. Chadderton, Lancaster, merchant. Morris, J. Liverpool, wine-merchant. [Adlington, (Wright, Temple. C.

Bedford-row. C. Stead, B. Huddersfield, York, corn-factor. (Alex. Nash, I. Bath, fishmonger. [Fisher, I, Inner ander, New.jun. C.

Temple-lane. c. Townsend, R. Exeter, grocer. (Brutton, 55, Old Owe!, J. Madeley-wood, Salop, dealer in coals. Broad-street. C.

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