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sailors: and that a certain conscious feelings creeps over the frame, that the same force which has done this on one side of the Mediterranean, could do as much in another quarter, were it so directed.

A question occurs, how far Turkey will be pleased with this justice done on her servant, which she ought to have done herself. We have more than once cautioned

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Lloyd's Coffee House, Sept. 20, 1816. The general spirit of Trade is improv

the Divan to be wary: we expect withing that is to say, the merchants feel some impatience the accounts of this treat-greater confidence in each other, in their customers, and in general circumstances, ment of the crescent, and true believers, as than they did some time ago. It should understood, and digested at Constantinople A history of it in genuine Arabic, will appear, that the stocks of English goods on the Continent, are sensibly diminished: be a curiosity,—especially if faithfully trans hence further orders will follow, as a matlated by Ali Bey Emir-el-Abassi. When ter of course. It is certain, that from the the Empress of Russia, Catherine, caused high course of Exchange in favour of this a regiment of horse to enter Constantino ple with their swords drawn, in attendance country, the Continental Merchants find it to their advantage to send over Bullion; on her ambassador, the Turks felt the deand Bullion to a great amount, actually gradation by land: will they not now feel reaches this island every week. a degradation by sea? Fanaticism is not confined to Algiers.

In the meanwhile, it is equally certain, that the manufactories abroad are gra dually getting into employment; for, unless this were so, why draw such immense quantities of materials for manufacture, from this and other countries? It passes for certain, that some of our people are jealous of the amount of cotton yarn exported; they conclude that if the foreigners who purchase this did not work it up into piece goods, they themselves should There is some have that occupation. truth, in this; but not all they contend for; those foreigners would contrive to spin at least a portion of that yarn for their own use; and thus they would feel their inde

In another part of the Mediterranean, report announces the intention of the New World to obtain a footing in the Old World. This is reversing the order of things; an inverted Pyramid! America has demanded from Naples compensation for the ships confiscated by Murat. Why does she not much rather demand from France, compensation for the ships confiscated by Buonaparte? And, why not accompany this with a civil suggestion, that if it be inconvenient to pay in cash, she will accept a port or two in the Mediter ranean? We have called this a report, for the proceeding is so disgraced by meanness that we doubt much whether it could ori-pendence. ginate (as stated) in any regular government under the sun.

It is remarkable also, that Commodities of most kinds-meaning the principal-have been gradually settling towards very different prices from what they fetched some months ago; some which had been depressed too low, have risen considerably, others have slowly sunk in price, till they became fair objects for speculation. This has to a certain degree supported them; aud probably, they need not greatly fear any considerable fluctuations of the mar

It is understood that Russia and Prussia are decreasing their armies; this augurs well for the duration of peace; the King of France has given notice that his body guard is complete; and his army is nearly as strong as he wants it; this too looks well. The north is quiet: the South, Spain, bas enough on her hands abroad; and is not overwell pleased at home. In short, we hope, that by every man mind-kets. ing his own business, the world will once more return to its old state, and go on again, much as usual; which is saying a great deal, after the heavy troubles and

Perhaps, it will be thought rather singular, that we should include among symptoms of returning Commerce, the slow detur-preciation of the stocks; but, this may not be so wide of the mark as it appears at first sight, if it be the consequence of sales made by order of Merchants who want that money to make good commercial en

moils which have been witnessed and endured by the present generation.

We ought not to close this article without observing that the King of France has put the loyalty of his people to the test, by dissolving the chambers, and demanding from his people a new Election Reports keep up on a similar subject in Britain.

gemeuts, either already entered into, or in contemplation. Undoubtedly, there has been a great pressure among men in busi

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ness undoubtedly, it continues, and will continue some time longer, yet; but, there are always some men whose property secures them from feeling such pressures,or from feeling them, much-and these are the most likely to be first getting into motion; they foresee a more profitable employment of their money, than the stocks now afford; and they gradually prepare, by selling out, those sums, which they are likely to want.

WOOL has risen in price;-about 2s. the stone: it is still rising, and likely to rise, Report says that large orders for clothing (supposed to be for the army) have been received from Russia. The stock of cloth in the hands of dealers has been greatly diminished; a small rise has, therefore, taken place in its price; and the manufacturer feels some benefit from it, and hopes for more.

COTTON finds purchasers; and will continue to find them, while the export demand for yarn, is so extensive. A moderate slack, is, however, to be expected; as the shipments for the Baltic must close, by the regular return of the season; there is no standing against frost, snow and ice.

The Corn Trade, which was so deeply and unreasonably depressed, has progressively risen, till it exceeds for the time, the Act of Parliament importation price. This his ot been the case long enough to jus tify opening the ports for foreign corn; but, it shews that the late distresses of the agriculturas, interest, it may reasonably he hoped, have in a great measure abated, and will altogether close, in a time not very distout. In the meanwhile, it is earnestly to be hoped, that the ensuing harvest will be plentiful-of which there is every ap pearance as foreign parts report their inability to justify our depending on them,qual to the demand, for a supply.

Some report that the weavers in some places want work: we have no such information generally though we believe that all do not receive the highest price for their goods. Cotious, in the piece, are declined in price, and will probably so continue; the power of production is fully

SUGAR has had its turn: the reduction What signifies our ports being open to of the import duty to 27s. was foreseen and the importation of Canada wheel, if Cana-calculated on the Order for that purpose, da has no wheat to send us? If the United has, therefore, had little or no effect on the States have barely a supply for themselves, market. The East India Company has how can they furnish cargoes for Europe? for sale: 5610 bags in one sale: the prices, lately brought forward great quantitics The general consequence, we presume, of course, something lower than the last, will be, that the Agriculture of each country will speedily find its level; and after a while it will accommodate itself to the de- mand, by price and profit.

The Home Trade will follow the estab. lishment of the Agricultural level; and though certain classes of workmen will have quitted their old labours, yet, we hope and trust, that they will have obtained engagements in new labours, and again return to life and comfort.

We continue to receive from various parts of the country complaints of present sufferings. The labours of harvest, with the beautiful weather at length granted by Providence to our supplications, will, we trust, dissipate into thin air, the gloomy forebodings, which accompany those complaints. The realities we regret exceedingly: the predictions we leave to Time, whose scythe may cut them up by the roots, as he is in the habit of doing, by those of all men ;--each in his turn.

We now direct our observations to the leading articles in the Commercial Market.

say 2 or 3s.

There have been several sales of COFFEE containing in the whole a considerable quantity: a decline, has, in cousequence, taken place, speaking of the whole, say Is. to 2s per cwt. nevertheless, some particular kinds have fetched prices above the currency, and have sold freely at a small


The Export Duty on East India Coffee has lately been made to the Lords of the is, at present, 5s. per cwt. An application Treasury for the removal of the duty; and The duty cannot, indeed, be taken off a favourable answer has been returned. the Lords Commissioners have agreed to without the sauction of Parliament; but recommend that step to Parliament; and be exported, taking bond of the Merchant in the mean while they suffer the article to which, it is thought, will never take place. to the amount, to be paid, if called for;

fluctuation in the article BRANDY; which The Spirit Trade has experienced much on the report of a vintage in France, better than had been expected, declined from the

price to which it had been raised: not that
it is down to its proper level; but that the
RUM has
alarm has greatly subsided.
somewhat feit the advantage; and is now
ventured on speculation to the Irish mar-
ke, on the calculation that an indifferent
corn harvest will furaish but an indifferent
corn spirit distillation; and, therefore,
Rum, at a low price, will stand a fair
chance of attracting the public attention,
aud consumption. Pale GENEVA is in
demand, and bears an advance of price.

Hackett J. Breedon, Leicester, lime-dealer.

Sols. Baxter and Co. Furnival's Inn. Hetherington F. late of Lonning, Cumberland, cattle-jobber. Sols. Mouncey and Co. Staple Inn.


Huband J. Evesham, timber merchant. Sol.
Bonsfield, Bouverie-street, Fleet-street.
Moore J. Bishop Monckton, York, Tennant
James, Leeds, and Foster Jonathan, Bishop
Monckton, flax-spinners.
Greville-street, Hatton-garden.
Northcote H. J Lime-street, London, wine
and spirit merchant. Sol. Abbot, Abchurch-
yard, Lomb rd-street.

Olroyd W. Blackman-street, Surry, bookseller.
S. 1. Fisher and Co. Gough-square, Fleet-


Pearsen J. Wombwell. York, miller. Sols. Exley and Co. Furnival's Inn.

TOBACCO, is thought of chiefly for expor tation. The stock on hand for home consumption was low; and little anxiety to increase it. The knowledge of this, however, did keep up the price, effectually, til a somewhat sudden arrival of 2,000 hhds. of Virginia, within a few days, rendered all prices nominal. Since that time, business in that article is suspended; but Marylands, being more limited in quanti-Power R. W late of Birmingham, but now or ty, fully support their prices.

NAVAL STORES are declined to a low rate. The demand for Whale Oil has been so extensive for exportation that the stocks are greatly reduced. The exports from Hull are stated at not less than 2,000 tons. This naturally assists other oils; and Cod and Seal oil are on the advance. Whatever extent the Gas-lights auticipate; and they seem to be spreading fast and widely, this channel of Commerce, export lion, will, nevertheless, remain open though such is the ardour of speculation, that, were it possible, the pipes would be carried under the sea, and foreign cities be supplied daily, with gas distilled in London.

Bankrupts and Certificates in the order of
their dates, with the Attornies.
Jent T. Piccadilly, chinaman.


Bentley W. Denton Holme Head, Carlisle,
and Ireland Joshua, Carlisle, merchants.
Sol. Hodgson, Bucklersbury.
Brown E. W. late of the Saracen's Head Ion,
Friday-street, Cheapside, livery stable-keep-
er. Sol. Swan, New Basinghall-street.
Buchanan W. St. James's, merchant. Sol.
Tucker, Bartlett's-buildings.
Callaway T. B. Bath, upholsterer. Sol. Pear-
son, Fen-court, Fenchurch Street.
Clay J. Ossett, York, clothier. Sols. Fisher
and Co Gough-square.

Collyer J. late of China-walk, Chelsea, dealer
in potatoes. Sol Aspinall, Quality-court,

Collman G. Stourbridge, Worcester, grocer.
Sols. Swain and Co. Frederick's-place, Old

Cornfoot G. late of North Shields, ship-ow-
ner. Sols. Mitchell and Co, Tower-street.


Phillips W. late of Brightelmstone, Sussex,
builder. Sole. Palmer and Co. Bedford-row.
Platt R. Southsea, Southampton, baker. Sol,
Chilton, Exchequer Office, Lincoln's Inn.

late of Northfield, candlestick-maker. Sol.
Platt, New Boswell-court, Carey-street.
Rosevear J. Culloden, Cornwall, spirit mer-
chant Sols. Sandy's and Co. Crane Court.
Simpson W. Spilsby, Lincoln, corn mercbaut.
Sols. Walker and Co. Chancery Lane
Stoor J. Owstwick in Holderness, York, nd
R. C. Young, of Sculcoats, York, merchants,
Sol. Ellis, Chancery Lane.
Stuchbury C. Straud on the Green, Chiswick,
Middlesex, dealer in horses. Sol. Charter,
Cook's Court, Lincoln's Inn.

Turner J. lat of Bury Mill, near Heinel
Hempstead, Herts, corn dealer. Sols. Lee
and Co. Three Crown Court, Southwark.
Vickery J. Virginstow, Devon, linen and wool-
leu draper. Sel. Buckle, Size Lane, Buck-


W. Jones, Chester, iunkeeper. C. Mellon, Birmingham, victualler. R. Hoshin, Croydon, Surry, linen draper. J Steven, now or late of Cheltenham, Gloucester, victualler. G Smith, of Tansley, Derby, dyer. J. Bishop, jun Shadwell, Middlesex. J. Cooke, Manchester, hat manufacturer. T. Mercer, 1 te of Tunbridge, Kent, banker. W. Andrews, Minories, London, ship and insurance broker. W. C. Hill, of Bristol, carver and gilder. J. Horrocks, of Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster, manufacturer. M. Earnshaw, Burnley, Lancaster, victualler.

BANKRUPTS, August 3.
Briscall R. Liverpool, draper. Sol. Umney
Clement's Inn.

Cogan M. T. B. Puget, au E. Matthews,

Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, bankers.
Sol. Langton, Care Street.

Collyear J. Cheyne Wk, Chelsea, dealer in
potatoes. Sol. Aspial, Quality Court,
Chancery Lane.

Chipperfield T. Much-Hadham, Hertfordshire, miller. Sols. Exley and Co. Furnival's Inn. Court J. and J. L. Diggles, Savage Gardens, merchants. Sols. Bunce and Co. Temple.

Drake J. Bath, grocer. Sol. Mayhew, Hol- | Hallowell J. North Shields, Northumberland, born Court, Gray's Inn.

Gibson W Liverpool, merchant. Sols. Avi-
son and Co Liverpool.

Handley J. Coton, Staffordshire, miller. Sol.
Barber, Fetter Lane.

Hird J. Liverpool, ship builder.
fith and Co. Liverpool.

Sols. Grif

Isherwood, Manchester, dealer. Sol. Makinson, Temple.

Jacobs S. Manchester, warehouseman.
Reilly Clement's Iun.


Jones W. Plymouth, haberdasher. Sols. Adlington and Co. Bedford Row. Lythgoe P. Liverpool, timber merchant. Sols. Avison and Co Liverpool. Lambell P. East Stonehouse, Devonshire, merchant. S. Makinson, Temple. Milligan A. Wellington, Shropshire, draper. Sols. Clarke and Co Chaucery Lane. Parsons J. Whitechapel, victualler. Sol. Boswell, Austin Friars.

Richards T. Liverpool, merchaut. Sols. Avison and Co. Liverpool.

Rogers N. Rowhedge, Essex, oyster-dredger.

Sols. Bridger and Co. Angel Court, Throgmorton Street.

Swales W. C. Somerset Street, Portman Square, dress maker. Sol. Bull, Holles Street, Ox ford Street.

Wood J. Great Yarmouth, victualler. Sols. Clarke and Co Chancery Lane.



J. C. Wood, Liverpool, merchant. Hodgson, Playhouse Yard, Whitecross Street, paper stainers. J. Foot, Southampton, wine merchant. J. Masson, Bourne, Lincolnshire, draper. J. Donne, Old Street Road, auctioneer. D. Cornish, Frome Selwood, Somersetshire, clothier. J Nobes, Old Bond Street, patent whalebone carriage manufacturer. J. Barlow, Tunbridge, Kent, banker. J. Smyth, Maidstone, brewer. W Visick, Midhurst, Sussex, draper. W. M'Quoid, Leadenhall Street, merchant. R. Gibbins, jun. Level Ironworks, Staffordshire, ironmasters.

ship owner. Sol. Watt, Cushion Court, Broad Street.

Kershaw S. Oldham, Lancaster, draper. Sols. Milne and Co. Temple

Lane T. North Audley Steret, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex, upholsterer. Sol. Pearse, Salisbury Square.

Little R. and J. H. Blair, Birmingham, gun makers. Sols. Swaine and Co. Frederick's Place, Old Jewry

Munro W. and H. Munro, Upper Thames Street, London, merchants. Sols. Blund and Co. Old Bethlem


Sambell P. East Stonehouse, Devon, merchant
Sier W. Nayland, Suffolk, victualler.
Sol. Makinson, Temple
Smith R. Tipton, Stafford, iron master Sols.
Toms, Copthall Court
Price and Co Lincoln's Inn

Sharp B, J. Queen Street, Cheapside, London, warehouseman Sols. Lowe and Co. Southampton Buildings

Shepley A. Heaton Norris, Lancaster, cotton spinner Sols. Longdill and Co. Gray's Inn Square

Walton J. E. Walton, and T. Walton, Bread Street, factors. Sol. Walton, Warnford Court

Willcox J. now or late of Aldmondsbury, Gloucester, dealer and chapman. Sol. King, Serjeant's Iun

Whitehouse T. St. Albans, Hertford, Staffordshire ware dealer. Sol. Downes, New Inn Wilson J. Brompton, York, linen mauufactu rer. Sol. Hodgson, Bucklersbury Watts J. Manchester, draper. and Co. Chancery Lane

Sols. Clarke

CERTIFICATES, August 27. Newbury, Berks, barge master. J. Mathias, J. H. Allen, Oxford, druggist. R. Horner, Haverfordwest, banker. S. Kingsell, Poplar, Middlesex, painter. R. Hodgson, Northallerton, York, surgeon and apothecary. J. Ans Allanson, Castle Street, Holboru, silversmith. ley, Star Court, Bread Street, merchant. W. G. Sureone, Dean Street, Westminster, goldsmith and jeweller. A. Mantz, Wapping Wall, merchaut. T. Herring, Huddersfield,

BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED, August 6. Herbert W. the elder, Llanidloes, Montgo-York, saddler. mery, bankers.

Oakley W. Stroud, Gloucester, trow owner.

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BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED, August 10. Buckley W. Parnley, Yorkshire, manufacturer. Harker G. Shaftesbury-place, Aldersgate-street, straw hat manufacturer.


Kay W. Barnard Castle, Durham, woollen draper.


Bodill J. and W. Liverpool, hosiers. Sols.
Blackstock and Co. Temple.

Blackshaw J. Nelson, Leicestershire, butcher.
Sols. Long and Co. Gray's Inn.
Berrey J. Exeter, carpenter. Sols. Anstice and
Co. Inner Temple.

Bibby G. Chorley, Lancashire, muslin manu-
facturer. Sol. Meddowcroft, Gray's Inn.
Bullock J. Chalford, Gloucestershire, clothier.
Sol. Meredith, Lincoln's Inn.
Carlisle W. Bolton, and J. Bainbridge, Preston,
Lancashire, cotton manufacturers. Sol. Med-
dowcroft, Gray's Inn.

Evans H. Fishguard, Pembroke, shopkeeper. Sols. Sweet and Co. Basinghall-street. Ellison R. Great Surrey-street, Blackfriars-road, cheesemonger. Sol. Crosse, Great Suffolkstreet, Borough.

Edwards T. and T. Bradford, Wiltshire, clothiers. Sols. Egan and Co. Essex street, Strand.

Gray H. R. Black Raven-court, Seething-lane, wine merchant. Sol. Hackett, New-court, Swithin's-lane.

Heaton L. Heaton, Lancashire, cotton manu-
facturer. Sol. Meddowcroft, Gray's Inn.
Hardman A. Bolton, Lancashire, cotton manu-
facturer, Sol. Meddowcroft, Gray's Inn.
Harris W. Birmingham, button maker.
Alexander, Carey-street.
Hawkins R. Bath, coach master.
Serjeant's Inn.


Sol. King,

Hands A. Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, surgeon. Sols. Price and Co. Lincoln's Inn. Metcalfe E. Leeds, merchant. Sol. Battye, Chancery-lane.

Miles J. Fairford, Gloucester, innholder. Sol. Meredith, Lincoln's Inn.

Moreton W. Manchester, umbrella manufacturer. Sols. Adlington and Co. Bedford Row.



Ongley E. Sandhurst, Kent, grocer. Brendon, Cursitor-street. Routlidge J. Camomile-street, carpenter. Clarke, Bishopsgate-street Within. Storr J. Devonshire-street, Queen square, merchant. Sols. Rose and Co. Gray's Inn." Sanderson B. P. Newgate-street, wine and brandy merchant. Sol. Flashman, Ely-place, Thompson J. Wapping-wall, Shadwell, ship owner. Sol. West, Red Lion-street, Wapping.

Taylor J. Walsall, Staffordshire, saddler's ironmonger. Sol. Meredith, Lincoln's Inn. Watts W. and J. Rigby, Manchester, linen drapers. Sols. Adlington and Co. Bedford Row.



V. Labrow, St. John-street, West Smithfield, druggist. J. Settle, Liverpool, merchant. L Frost, Liverpool, merchant. J. Meacock, Liverpool, merchant. J. Heskin, Liverpool, straw hat manufacturer. A. Read, Lower Grosvenor-street, wine merchant. W. Pritchard, Hereford, scrivener. J. Vaux and J. W. Bullock, Cullum-street, merchants. S. M. Farmworth, Old Broad.street, merchant. Rooke, Halifax, York, merchant. J. Dunn, White Lion-court, Birchin-lane, merchant. J. White, Old Broad-street, insurance broker. M. Fortune, Tower, London, victualler. F. White, Mark-lane, merchant. J. Hampton, Stow bridge, grocer. J. Stackard, Whitechapelroad, leather cutter. J. Dickinson, Guildhallpassage, warehouseman. W. Moore, Salisburycourt, Fleet-street, victualler. J. Thomson, C. Osborne, and I. Westmorland, Billiter-square, insurance brokers.

BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED, August 13. Fay J. late of Upper George-street, Portmansquare, child bed linen manufacturer.


Bayliss W. C. Birmingham, merchant.

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merchants. Sols. Avison and Co. Liverpool. Hunt E Liverpool, merchant. Sols. Adlington and Co. Bedford Row.

Horneman F. H. Queen-street, Cheapside, merchant. Sols. Rooke and Co. Coleman


Lock H. Bedminster, Somerset, baker. Sol. King, Serjeant's Inn.

Lewis R. late of Trefnanney, Montgomery,
tanner. Sol. Stevenson, Lincoln's Inn..
Murray J. Whitehaven, Cumberland, grocer.
Sol. Clennel, Staple Inn.

Pinckney R. late of Marlborough, Wilts, malt-
ster, Sols. Bishop and Co. Size-lane.
Pearse J. Exeter, wine and brandy merchant.
Sol. Bruton, Broad-street.

Strange T. late of Hazelbury Bryan, Dorset, ca tle dealer. Sol. Warry, New Inn. Woodhead G. late of North Anston, York,

starch manufacturer. Sol. Bigg, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane.

White R. J. fate of Newport Pagnell, Bucks,

dealer in lace.


W. Hamilton and M Agar, Riches-court, Lime-street, merchants. W. Balding, Grainthorpe, Lincoln, beast jobber. T. Harrison, North Shields, Northumberland, block maker. J. Gibson, Manchester, calico printer. W. H. Clarke, Lydcomb and Wydeomb, Somerset, col merchant W. Hopkinson, Chiswellstreet, Finsbury-square, merchant. J. Ranney, Northumberland-square, near North Shields, ship owner. J. Cox, Chipstable, Somerset, miller, and late of Minehead. T. Coburn, late of Newland, Oxford, woolstapler. J. Bennett, Manchester, woollen cord manufacturer. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED, August 17. Cattel S. Daventry, Northampton, carpenter.

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Lewis and Co. Princes-street. Bedford Row.
Biddick T. St. Issey, Cornwall, corn factor.
Sols Adlington and Co. Bedford Row.
Cooper R. Cambridge, grocer.
Sol. Dalton,

Downer H Fleet-street, ironmonger.
Union-street, Bishop-gate-street.
Sarel, Surrey-street, Strand.


Drew A. and M Drew, Godalmin and Camber

well, Surrey, milliners. Sol. Niblett, Breadstreet, Cheapside.

Demain J. Menwith-hill, York, linen manufac-
turer. Sol. Gedmond, Blackfriars.
Eyres J. Newton, Chester, victualler. Sol.
Hildi ch, Gray's Inn-lane Road.
Harrison T. and W. Hembrey, Market-street,
St. James's, butchers. Sol. Oldershaw, Lower-
Jones J Liverpool, innkeeper.
street, Islington
Sols. Davie

and Co. Temple.
Mackay D. Old Broad-street, merchant. Sols.
Hooper and Co George-street, Mansion-

Page J. jun. Liverpool, iron merchant. Sols. Blackstock and Co. Temple.

Smith B. and N. Redhead, Penrith, Cumberland, bankers. Sol. Young, Charlotte Row, Mansion House.

Smith J. Thirsk, Yorkshire, grocer. Sois. Bell and Co. Bow Church-yard.

Taylor J. New Sarum, saddler, Sol. Collins,

Thompson J Mattersey, No tingham, tanner.
Sol. Allen, Carlisle-street, Soho.
Taylor J. Wapping, ship chandler. Sol. Wilson,
Devonshire-street, Bishopsgate-street.

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