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Leak, Chriftopher, Hatfield - Street, St Luke's, Old-freet, cheesemongr, July 6.
Law, James, Strand, tallow.chandler, July 6.
Long, George, the younger, Dewsbury, Yorkthire, linen-draper, OX. 15.
Lewis, Thomas, Liverpool, joiner and builder, vet. 26.
Lowe, Jogah, and Lowe, Daniel, New-street, St. Martin's in the Fields; jeweilers, Notgel
Leftourgeon, James, Devonshire-ftreet, wine-merchant, Nov. 16.
Lowe, William, Standish with Langtree, Lancashire, miller, Nov. 19.
Luning, Jacob William, Laurence-Pountney-lane, merchant, Nov. 19.
Murray, James, Bolton, Lancashire, shopkeeper, July 9.
Marshall, Richard, King's Lynn, Norfolk, bookseller, July 13.
Mangoor, John Adam, York-ftreet, Covent-garden, victualier, July 20.
Mintorn, john, Bristol, bookseller, Aug. 24.
M'Allifter, Edward, St. Andrew, Holborn, victualler, Nov. 5.
Mullett, Thomas, St. Pancras, vintner, Nov. 19.
Mitchell, Thomas, Hatton-court, Threadneedle-Atreet, merchant, Nov. 23.
Mercer, William, Tunbridge, Kent, millcr, Nov. 23.
Manning, Edward, Chorley, Lancashire, grocer, Nov. 26.
Maglon, Robert, High-street, Whitechapel, oil ar.d colour man, Dec. 3;
Mason, Matthew, the younger, Huddersfield, Yorkthire, woul-Itapler, Dec. 7.
Merrick, John, Mark-lane, merchant, partner with Sanuel Hoskins, of Guernsey, Dec. 78
M.Murray, James, Liverpool, draper, Dec. 10.
Marshall, James, and Tiewinnard, Joshua, Bermondsey, Surry, brewers, Dec. 17.
Neild, William, Marple, Cheshire, shopkeeper, Aug. 24.
Noble, Joseph, Walthamstow, Eflex, brewer, Sept. 28.
Nach, Thomas, Leominster, Herefordshire, dealer and chapman, Oet, 15
Newby, George, Bagshot, Surry, woollen.draper, Nov. 26.
Oppenham, Daniel, INand of Jersey, merchant, July 13. Superseded, Aug. 17.
Owl, Emanuel, the younger, Falmouth, mariner, July 20.
Phillips, Robert, Chamomile-ftreet, victualler, July 27.
P#coe, John, third officer of the Ealt-Ir diaman Sir Stephen Lushington, mierchant, Sept. 7.
Phelps, George, Bredon, Worcestershire, felt-monger, Sept. 7.
Pætecker, Auguftus William, Great St. Helen's, merchant, and Present, Martin Walthen,
sane,place, merchant, Sept 21. The former superseded Nov. 5. Prefont, Martin Walther, and Pædecker, Augustus William, St. Heleri's, merchants,
Sept. 2". Partridge, Jofeph, Welbeck-ftreet, St. Mary-la-Bonne, coach and house painter, Oct, s. Purdy, William, Mark lane, broker, O'ét. 8. Perry, Joseph, Oxford-street, faddler, Oct. 12.
Panl, Thomas, North Shields, Northumberland, butcher, Oét, 12.
Pinkney, Roddam, and Demay, John Charles, Rider-ftreet, $t. James's, artificial flower-
makers, Nov. 9.
Prior, Richard, Sutton-Beoger, Wiltshire, linen. draper, Nov. 16.
Parlett, James, Weft Smithfield, grocer, Nov. 16.
Pierce, John, Bread-street, warehouseman, Nov. 23.
Parker, Benjamin, Birmingham, money-scrivener, Dec. 7.
Poole, James, Preston, Lancashire, grocer, Dec, 10.
Penny, William Thayer, Sloanc-terrace, Midulfox, mariner, Dec. 10.
Parker, John Samuel, Welis-Itreet, St. Mary-la-Bonne, Saddler, Dec. 14.
Page, John, Thavies-inn, Holborn, warehouseman, Dec. 24.
Rimmer, Antonia, Liverpool, Lancashire, victualler, July 6.
Riding, James, Runcorn, Chefter, dealer, July 16.
Round, Charles Juhn, Wargrave, Berks, maltster, August 10.
Rathbrook, Samuel, Stratford, St. Mary, Suffolk, dealer, Sept. 17.
Reimar, Henry, Catharine-court, Tower-hill, merchant, Sept. 24.
Richmond, Thomas Garner, Bridge-yard, Tooley-Atreet, Southwark, cornfultor, D&. 1,
Reichard, Jacob, Dahmer, John Philip, and Brane, John Jacob, Angel-coust, Throgmer-
ton-street, merchants, O.. 22.
Robson, John, Berwick-upon-Tweed, grocer, pat. 29.
Rudderforth, Thomas, St. Paul's Church-yard, Ataymaker, Nov. 5. .
Roberts, William, Rochester, Kent, grocer, Nov.9.
Rimington, Isaac, Leeds, Yorkshire, maltfter and common brewer, Nov. 19.
Ridett, William, King's-ftreet Mews, Park-lane, Middlesex, horse-dealer, Nov, 23
Rockett, Mary, Rochafter, Kent, shopkeeper, Nov. 23.
Russell, Thomas, Portsmouth, common carrier, Doc. 7.
Reynolds, Thomas, Newgate-Strect, mulin manufacturer, Dec. 21.
Swanson, William, Whitcomb-Areet, Charing-crolę, vi&tualler, July 6.
Stephenson, Anthony, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, thip-owner, July 23.
Smith, Robert, Hedge Nook, Yorkshire, drover, Aug. 6.
Scholefield, Richard, Great Portland-Street, Cavendish-square, upholder and cabinet-maker,
Smithson, Christopher, Cambridge, livery-stable keeper, Sept. 24.
Sack, Lewis, Haiton court, Threadneedle-Street, merchant, Oct. 5:
Smethurst, James, Oldham, Lancasters innkeeper, Nov 16.
Steventon, Anthony, Edmonton, Middlesex, brickmaker and builder, Nov. 16.
Sanderson, Robert, the younger, and Romney, John, Whitehaven, merchants, Nov. 16,
Smith, John, Mansfield, Nottinghamihire, innkreper, Nov. 16.
Smalley, Richard, the younger, Manchester, dealer, Nov. 16.
Smith, James, Gosport, victualler, Nov. 16.
Stanford, William, Colchester, Effex, innkeeper, Nov. 19.
Smallbones, Thomas, Buckingham-ftreet, St. Mary-la-Bonne, carpenter, Dec. 7.
Smart, James Preiton, Hanover-street, and Portman place, Edgware road, cailor, Dec. 10.
Sidebotham, William, Ashton-under-Line, Lancashire, shopkeeper, Dec. 14.
Stacey, George, Basingstoke, Southampton, grocer, Dec. 21.
Sizer, John, Manningtree, Eflex, grocer and draper, Dec. 24.
Stubbs, John, Highley, Yorkshire, innkeeper, Dec. 24.
Taylor, John, the younger, Bramford, Su folk, miller, July 6.
Tomalin, John, Park-itreet, St. Mary, Ilington, coal-merchant, July 6.
Turder, Wingfield, Surry road, Christchurch, Surry, Dryker, July 6.
Thompson, Samuel, Greenwich, Kent, coal-merchant, July 9.
Titterton, Georg”, Mount-street, Grosvenor-square, stable-keeper, Oct. 1.
Taylor, Richard, Cullompton, Devonshire, carrier, Oct. 5.
Thomason, Thomas, and Nicholson, George, Liverpool, merchants, Nov. 16.
Turner, Henry Legh, Mirfield, Yorkshire, money-scrivener, Nov. 16.
Taylor, Abraham, Wenlock-street, Old-street, thimble-maker, Nov 19.
Tennant, Richard, the younger, Wakefield, Yorkshire, merchant, Dec. 7.
Twycross, Charles, Thavies-inn, Holborn, money-scrivener, Dec. 14.
Viner, Charles, Kent-street, Southwark, baker, Nov. 23.
Van Spangen, Nicolas, Well-ftreet, Goodman's Fields, merchant, Nov. ze.
Watts, William, Whitehaven, saddler, Sept. 7.
Williams, Hugh, Manchester, umbrella and fringe manufacturer, Sept 17.
Webiter, William, Fore-street, London, linen-draper, Oct. 26.
Watson, Horace, St. Mary-Axe, merchant, Oct. 26.
Whalley, Thomas, and Whalley, Joseph Wilkinson, Friday-street, warehousemen, Nov. s.
Walker, Francis, and Thompson, John, Sheffield, common brewers, Nov. Go
Wild, James, Hulme-place, Manchester, common brewer, Nov. 9.
Woolfe, Henry, Little Somerset-street, Aldgate, merchant, Nov. 12.
Walford, John, Pall-Mall, St. James's, Westminster, haberdasher, Nov. 16.
Wigzell, Thomas, Jewry-street, Aldgate, wine-merchant, Nov. 16.
Wright, William, Bolton-in-the-Moors, Lancashire, wine and brandy merchant, Nov. 16.
Wood, John, and Wood, James, Bolton, Lancashire, muslin-manufacturers, Nov. 26.
Welch, John, Hammond's Court, Haymarket, cordwainer, Nov. 26.
Whitehouse, Joseph, Blackman-Street, Southwark, linen-draper, Nov. 30.
Wright, Thomas, Easington, Bucks, coach-master, Nov. 30.
Woods, otherwise Wood, William, Liverpool, starch-maker, Dec. 3.
Walker, Thomas, Afhton-under-Line, Lancashire, cotton-manufacturer, Dec. 3.
West, John, and Davis, Thomas, New Bond-street, filversmiths, Dec. 14.
Waring, Samuel, Diretend-Afton, near Birmingham, button-maker, Dec. 14.
Wright, John, St. James's Street, sword-cutler, Dec. 21.
Yates, Edward John, Bishopsgate-street within, drug-broker, Aug. 31.
Yeates, Thomas, Cook's Court, Carey-street, money-scrivener, Nov. g.
York, Joseph, Scarborough, York ire, vintner, Nov. 12.
DIRECTIONS FOR PLACING THE CUTS.
View of St. James's Church, Clerkenwell, Frontispiece.
Portrait of Gabriel Snodgrass, Esq.
Portrait of Dr. Thomas Leland
View of Highbury-House, Illington
Portrait of Field-Marthal Suwarrow
View of Arundel-Castle
151 Portrait of William Seward, Esq.
219 View of Hamburgh Portrait of Dr. Josiah Tucker
291 View of Ricot, Oxfordshire
296 Portrait of Mr. Samuel More
363 View of the Bridge over the Ba-Fing on Black River, 368
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