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M'Knight Nathaniel, Samuel M'Knight, and John M'Neilie, Evras David, Southampton court, linen draper, July 4
Liverpool, merchants, (Tarrant and Co Chancery Ford Samuel, Piriniogham, merchant. Jube 17 lane
Fletcher Josiah. Stockport, silkman. July 25, Real Mitchell Thomas, Newcastle upon Tyne, liuen draper. Fux Bartholomew, Gough square, merchant, Jose Worthain and Co. Castle street
Gardner George, Oxford street, lines draper, Jeat 23 Mataias Joon, Brightelmstone, slater. (Hughes, clif. fnal fori's inn
Gassiot: John Peter, Union street, merchant, June >> Merac Theophilus, and Moses La Porte Merac. Queen Ginger John Piccadilly bookseller July 3
street, warehousemen. (Swaine and Co. old Jewry German Jarvis, Aldermanbury, hosier, June 26 Nickells T60as, the younger, Powey, shipricht. Green Theodosia, Woore. tallaw chancler. Tely fica! (BIOW, Fowey
Gordon Alexander. Snowhill, cordwainer. Jalyu Oldmeadow James, King's Lynn, upholsterer.
HOBE James, and Edward Holmes Sherbora lane, and Co. Gray's inn Parry James, and John Pickman, Deptford, merchants, Hart William, ad Samuel Turner, the younger, Estabu, (Lee, Three Crown court
warehousemen, July 3 Pickering Joseph, Frodsbam, corn merchant. (Windle, Haynes Benjamin, Pepper street, hat maker, June 23 Sohn street
Harris Joseph, Keynesham, tanner. June Yascoe John, Plymouth dock, mercer. (Lys, Tooke's Hewey Thomas, old Change, b ker. June 30 court
Hancock Hoory, and John Bernard Hofmeyer, Newcasts Prirmore Thomas, Baker's row, refiner of uil and sper.
upon Tyne, merchants, June 30 maceti. (Parkinson and Co. Symond's inn
Harris Timothy, Waltham Holy Cross, pin maker, July Prested Robert. Brick lane, shoe maker. (Mayhew, Hauman Johu, Sloane street, music seller, June 23 Roswel court
Hitchin Samuel, Kingsland road, victualler, July 21, tual Palmer Richard, Chathan, cordwainer. (Chapitan, Hibbert William, victualler. July 7, final Princess street
Hempel Johanna Chelsea, potrer. July 3, final Riges William, Old Bailey, glove merchant, (Morgan, Jordan jeemiah Samuel, Fleet street besikseller, Juse 18 Gray's inn
Jacks Water, bristol merchants, June 2 Ruwe Thomas Tiplady, Chelmsford, lineu drapor.
(oldk Jestery John. Bristul curler, June 70 ham, Nag's Head court
Jones Humphrey, Rochdale grocer, Jane 33. final Gibbald Alexander, Wapping street, slop seller. (Smith Jones William, Newnham, drover, July 6, hual and Co. Great St. Helens
Inman Joseph, Houndsditch, cheesemonger, July 7
Kershaw James, aud Joseph Kershaw. Manchester,
Leighton William, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, inakeeze, Simpson Joho, Bermondsey, tallow chandler. (Laton
June 19 and Hardy, Birchin lang
Lewthwaite John Liverpool, merchant. July 1, taa! Silvester John. Dunkirk mill, milles. (Sandy's and Co. Mitford Robert, Corrhill, woollen draper, Juse Fral Crane court
Mairby Thomas and George Maltby, Size ang merchants Taylor Jon. Spencer, Gracechurch Street, silaw hat June 27
manufacturer. (Pearce and Co. Paternoster ruw Mather George, and James Hutchinson, Manchester, Twamley Sainuel, Eardington, iron master. (Devey and
joiners, July 8 Co, Bridge worth
Marston Edmund Uttoxeter, cork cutter. Tere 30 White Joba, Birminghamn, taylor. (Egerton, Gray's inn Madden Thomas, Page's Walk, victuafler, June jo Withers Thomas, and Henry Brown Withers, Greenhills. Mencelin Isaac, and David Amick, Cheapsiet, perfuzers, rents. (Gregory and brooks, Maiden lalie
June 30 williams Griffith. Newington Causeway, linen draper. Milburo Edward Cook, Hallowell, and Th mas Walansies
(Urake. Old Fish street Watson William, the younger, Basford, Joiner.
(Black Maitland David. Wigan, Walter Campbell, London, lock, Temple
William Wright, Liverpool, cuttun manufacturers,
Mountfurt namin. Walsall, miller, July 13
Newton Edvard, Watling street, wholesale linen draper,
July 14 Anderson Alexander, and David Robertson, Coleman street, Oliver Francis, Tottenham High Crocs, erecer. July 7 merchants, June 16
Perry John James, Whitechapel ruad, Staffordshire ware Alfrey John the younger. Carohalton, carpenter, June 13 houseman. June 16 Atkinson Henry, Bread Street, ironmonger, July 4
Pearce Matthas, Blackman street, cheeremanger, Jone Angell Henry Hanson, New Bond strett, haberdasher, faal August 11
Pritchard Charles Green, and Sarah Tipper, Chipper Bowman John, Water lane, brandy merchant, June 16, victnallers. June 29 final
Prestou Bernard. Holborn, linen draper. July
Pritty John, Kadleigh, grocer. July to
Perkins lohu, Hertford, carpester. July in
Parnell James, Deal, innkeeper, July 1 Blunt John, and Robert Scollay, Coal Exchange, coal fac. Paine George. Bron.pton, butcher. juls II fors June 30
Quaile Mark, Liverpool, merchant, July 6 Blunt George, and John Monat, Little Carter lane, whole kouksby Thomas. Chatham linen draper. Janep sale process, June 30
Raymond John. Fowey, sail maker. June 24 Brow-1400 Benjaining Parwich, dealer and chapman, Rawlingson Samuel, Manchester, merchant. July ti July 2
Richold Michael, brightelmstone, wise merchant, July Frown John, Liverpool, draper, July o
final Boyd Thonas,
Buckingham street, wine merchant, Sanderson John, St. James's street, goldsmith, Jurer Tuly 11
Somerville Johs. Chancery lane cabinet maker. Jus Blades John, Bath, linen draper, July 8, final
Sheppard Henry, Cambridge. wine merchant. July a Biawn William, Holcut!, wolcoinber, July 9. fral
Sharples John, Wolcon-in-le-dale. cotton tomata Cunninghamt William, Good Man's fields, wine merchant, July 1 June 1o, faal
Stiles Sarab, and Mason Stiles, Dorking, plesmberly Chanipion William, Wurksop, common brewer, July 2, Stork Tohn. Thomas Whitby, and Martties Botten, Great!
Driffieid, merchants, july 4. final Cont Christopher, Ringwood, hosier, June 13
Stretch Thomas, Grafton street, grucer, july Craik James, Union court, insurance broker, June 30, Swan Ioseph. Caster, srocer. July 13 fral
Titford William Charles, bishopsgate street, Linea druzes Chuinette Francis Davis De La, Laytonstone, merchant,
june 0 July 11
Twyeross Charles, Thavies in, money seriener Jam! Chamberlain Needler, Fleet Street, drugeist, June 30 Theobala Thumas, Oxford Street, hosier, july Colbourne Thomas, Henstridge, ljuer manufacturer, Topping john Lewis, Bishopsgate street, grocer. Iste July 6, Anal
Taylor William, Little East Cheap, cork cutter, teh Chard Charles High Holboril, drugrist. July !!
final Daure William Thomas, Coad's row, haberdasher, June 16 Taylor William, Hardwich, shipbuilter, July 3 Dickson William. Stamford, linen dr per, July 7. hnal Tanart Benjamin New Sond street boot dier, Jet Dennett Gearge. Gray's inn lane. cow-keeper, June jo Travers Benjamin, and Tames Edaile, the perger. Chiar Deverell George, Redbourn, STAW het Franufacturer, side sugar dealets Juiy It July 18
Turier Jahr, Kingston upon Thames, malttajat Dewdney William, Fleet Street, Jeweller, Sune 27, final Ustier John. Kyneton, butcher, july co, final Durser George, John Johnson, John Wilkinson, William White Thomas, Borouch, haberdashery
Berners, and James Tilson, New Boud trees, bankers, Whiting Richard. Daventry, brandy bercinta jone July 4
William Stephen, Duves, groczta Jay Drewett Henry, Mansneld stree:, victualler. Juiy 7
Wallace james, Manchester, cutton marutactures Scaun diam. Newbrough. coinnor brewer. Joly
Westhorp Nathaniel, Harwich, mertteja:5 Deschip. William Wentworth, Bennett Steven ou More Wood Abraham, cotisad yard, victuer se sa
gan, and Peter M Targart, Suffolk lanc, meri bante, Wicks William, Middle row. haberet, June july 11
Wake james, Whatby, the builde uyal Rewards William, Little Newport street, toyman, July 7 Windecker Angel Liverpoul merchulaly Il.is Thomas, Preston, ironmonger, July 1
Watsut William Peter, Selby, mercer jelyt Llot George. and George Pickard, Woou street, ribbon Younghusband witam. Colchester, er per minutacturers, July 7
York Mo, Devonshire street,
STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS IN JUNE.
Containing official and authentic Docunients.
the opposition, if any, wonld be trifling ; and THE following intelligence has been every precaution was recommended that prureceived by Viscount Castlereagh,
dence could suggest. one of his Majesty's principal secretaries sentation of Major Misset, corroborated by
Finding, however, by the renewed repre. of State, from Major-General Alexander the personal application of the sorbagi, or M'Kenzie Fraser, cominanding his Ma- chief magistrate, in the name of the people jesty's Land Forces in Egypt, transmit
at large, that a famine would be the certain ted in a letter from the Right. Hon. Ge- and imniediate conseqnence of our remaining neral Fox, to the Right Hon. W. Wind at Alexandria without the occupation of ham.
Rosetta, I have, with the concurrence, adExtract of ibe C-py of a Letter from Major vice and co-operation of Rear Admiral Sir
General Fraser, to the Right Hom w. Wind- Thomas Louis, (who commands the squabam, dated Alexandria, April 6, 1807, trans
dron here since the departure of Sir John mitted to bim by General Fox, the Original Duckworth) detached another corps, under not baving been received.
the command of the Hon. Brigadier General SIR,
Stewart and Colonel Oswald, (as per marMy letter of the 27th ultimo has already gin*) to effect this purpose, withoue which informed you, that in consequence of the
appears impossible that the mesure prostrong representation of Major Misset, his posed by his majesty's ministers, of keeping Majesty's resident here, (a copy of which possessions of Alexandria, can be accomplishI then transmitted) stating the risk the in. Extract of a Dispatch from Major-General Fra. habitants of Alexandria run of being starved, unless Rosetta and Rahmonie were taken
ser ro General the Right Hon. H. E Fox, possession of by his Majesty's troops, I had
dared on board bis Majesty's Sbip Canopus, with the concurrence of Rear-Admiral Sir
Aboukir Hay, April 24, 1807. John Duckworth, detached the 31st reg.- that the second attempt that I thought me
I have the mortification to acquaint you, ment and Chasseurs Britanniques, under Maj. cessary to make against Rosetta has failed, Gen. Wauchope and Brigadier Gen. Meade, owing to a great reinforcement of the enemy for that purpose.
I am now under the disagreeable necessity being sent down the Nile from Cairo, which of acquainting you that, contrary to all ex
overpowered our troops, and obliged them pectation, this measure did not succeed. Our
to fall back with the loss (1 am grieved to troops tonk possesion of the heights of Abour- say) of nearly 1000 men, in killed, wounded, mandour (which command the town) with. and missing. Among the latter are Lieu.
tenant Colonel M Loed., Major Vogelsan), out any loss; but, from circumstances as yet unexplained, the General, instead of and Major Mohr. Brigadier General Stew. keeping his post there, unfortunately was
art, who commandert the troops on this ser. tempted to go into the town, with his whole vice, is only now upon his march towards force, without any previous examination of Alexandria with the remainder of his force, from the windows and tops of the houses, the Wizard brig immediately from this bas it, when the troops were so severely handled and has not yet sent me the details, but, as
the admiral thinks it necessary to dispatch without ever seeing their enemy, that it was thought expedient to retire, more especially all the information I am at present in pos
to Messina, I think it necessary to give you as Major General Wauchope was unfortu. nately killed, and the second in command, of this unfortunate aftair by his majesty's
session of, and shall send you the particulars Brigadier General Meade severely wounded. The troops, I understand, although ces.
ship Thunderer, which will leave Alexandria tainly placed in a most trying and perilous very soon; and as I have not time to acsituation, behaved extremely well; and after quaint his majesty's nuinisters of this event having suffered, I am sorry to say; very have the goodness to do it as soon as possible.
by this opportunity, I must request you to materially in killed and wounded, (as you will sec by the annexed return) retired to Aboukir, in good order, without molestation, Detachment of royal artillery, detachfrom whence I directed them to return to men: of 20th light (fragoons, detucnment of Alexandria.
seamen, light infantry battalion, 1st bistalion This certainly has been a very heavy and of 35th regiment, zi battalion of 78th regiunexpected stroke upon us, more especially ment de Roll amounting in the whole to as cvery informatiqu led me to conclude, that about 2500 men.
4 G 2
Return of Killed and Wounded of the Army in Andover, T. A. Smith, 2, Hon. N. Fel
the Action, 31st Marc, 1807, at Rosetta. lowes, 2. Kilicd. Staff.-1 Major-General,
Anglesea, +Hon. B. Paget. Royal Artillery-2 Rank and file.
Appleby, #Lord Howick, 6, J. R. Cuth. Sist Reg.-1 captain, 3 serjeants, 3 drum- bertt. mers, 69 runk and ble.
Arundel, Sir A. Pigot, 2, Col. Wilder, 1. Chasseurs Brittanniques-1 captain, 1 Ashburton, W. Palk, 3, tLord C. Ben lieutenant, 3 serjeants, 2 drummers, 99 rank tinck. and file.
Aylesbury, *Lord G. Čavendish, Sir G. Total --1 major-general, 2 captains, 1 Nugent, 1.--Sir George Nugent, 507; Lord lieutenant, 6 serjeants, 5 drummers, 170 rank G. Cavendish, 490; Mr. Williams, 413 and Gle.
Banbury, W. Praed, 2, D. North-W. Wounded.--Staff--1 brigadier.general, 1 Praed, 9; D. North, 9; double return. brigade major.
Barnstaple, W. 'Taylor, 1, +G. W. The!. Royal Artillery-10 rank file.
lusson.-G. W. Theliusson, 264; W. Tay. 31st Reg.-1 captain, 6 subalterns, 7 ser- Jor, 173; Lord Ebrington, 161 ; Sir J. jeants. 1 Drummer, 129 rank and file. Miles, 2.
Chasseurs Britanniques 4 captains, 5 su Bath, Lord J. Thynne, S, J Palmer, 3. balterns, 1 adjutant, serjeants, 111 rank and Beaumaris, Lord Newborough, S. fle.
Bedfordshirc, F. Pym, 1, *General FitzStaff Corps--1 rank and file.
patricks, 9.-F. Pym, 1145, 13 singie Total-i brigadier-general, brigade-ma- votes ; "Gen. Fitzpatrick, 1084, 51 ditre; jor, 5 captains, 10 lieutenants, 2 ensigns, 11 Mr. Osburn, 1069, 887 ditto.-Number of serjeants, 1 drummer, 251 rank and file.
persons polled, 2133 - Number of voters, Names of cfficers killed.-Major Gen. Wau- 2169. chope.
Bedford Town, S. Whitbread, 3, W, L. 31st Regiment-Captain John Robertson. Antonie, 2.
Chasseurs Britanniques-Captain B. de Bedwin, *Sir J. Nicholl, 2., J. H. Leigh, .. Serocourt, Lieutenat D'Amiel.
Beeralston, Lord Luuvaine, 3, Hoa. Capt. Names of officers wounded.—Brigadier-Ge- Percy, 1. neral the Hon. Robert Meade.-31st regi Berkshire, G. Vansittart, 6, C. Dundas, 4. meni-Captains Horsburgh (brigade-major) Berwick, Sir A, M. Lockhart, t Col. and Dowdall; Lieutenants E. Knox. Fearon, Allen. Thornton, Sleddon, and Ryan; Ensign Kirby. Beverley, Capt. W. H. Vyse, J. H. -Chasseurs Britanniques-Captains Duhau- Wharton, 3.-Capt. Vyse, 1019; J. H. toy, De Combromont, De Calonne, and De Wharton, 739; Major Staples, 379. Lasitte; Lieutenants Le Maitre, J. Spitz, De Bewdley, M. P. Andreus, 3. Sault, and
Ensign Bopsingault, adjut. Bishop's Castle, W. Clive, 8, J. Robis(Signed)
Acting Dep.-Adjutant Gen. Blechingly, W. Kenrick, 1, +T. HeartbN. B. Most of the wounded officers and men are recovering.
Bodmin, D. Giddy, 2, + Sir W. Oglander.
Boroughbridge, H. Hawkins, i, W. H. LIST of tbe MEMBERS returned to serve in Clinton, 1. tbe NEW
PARLIAMENT for the several Bossmey, Lord Randelsham, J. A. So COUNTIES, CITIES, BOROUGHS, C. Wortley, 2. in ENGLAND ard WALES, alphabetically Boston, T. Fydell, 2, W. A. Maddocks, arri.nged.
2.-T. Fydell, 229; W. A. Maddocks, 196; Those marked thus t, were not in the Hon. Mr. Burnell, 149 ; J. Carthrighi, 8. last Parliament. Those marked thus *, are Brackley, R. H. Bradshaw, 2, A. Hennew for the respective places. All the derson, 2. rest are re-elected. The figure after the Bramber, t Messrs. Burrell and Shelley. nime shews in how many Parliaments Breconshire, Col. I. Wood. the Member has served. Thuse marked Brecon Town, Sir R. Salushury, 3. thus, are returned for miore thanone place. Bridgenorth, I. H. Brownc, s, J. WhitAbingdon, + G. Knapp.
more, 4. Agmondshan, T.D. Т. Drake, 4, T. T.
Bridgewater, + W. Tharnton, G. Poceck. Drake, 2.
Bridport, Sir Evan Nepean, *3 Samuel Allan's, St., Hon. J. W. Grimstone, 2, Hond, i. +). Halsey.-J. Halsey, esq. 323; Hon.
Bristol, Right Hon C. B. Buchurst, 4, j. w. Grimstone, 288; Lurd Duncannon, E. Baillie, 2. 275.
Buckinghamshire, Marquis Titchfield, 4, Aldborough, Suffolk, Sir J. Aubrey, 9,
Earl 'Temple, 2. Col. M'Nalion, 2.
Buckingham Town. Right Hon. T. Gres. Aldborough, Yorkshire, G. Jones, 1, H. ville, 5, Hon R. Melville. Fine, 1.
Bury St. Edmusida, Lord C. Fitzroy,
Lord Templetown, 2.---Lord C. Fitzroy, 23; man, 2.-W. M. Pitt, 1454; E. B. Porta
Dorchester, H. C. Ashley, 4, *R. Wil.
Dover, C. Jenkinson, 1, J. Jackson.-C. Cambridge University, Lord Euston, 7, Jenkinson, 872; John Jackson), 628; Hon, + Sir V. Gibbs.
Mr. Piersepont, 622. Cambridge Town, Gen. Finch, 6, Gen. Downton, Hon. B. Boaveric, 1, Sir T. Manners, o.
Plumer. Camelford, * Lord H. Petty, 2, R. Adair, 2. Droit wich, Hon. A. Foley, 8, +Sir T. E.
Canterbury, John Baker, 3, +E. Taylor Winnington. John Baker, esq. 689; E. Taylor, esq. 655 ; Dunwich, Lord Huntingfield, 5, S. Barne, Lushington, 537;
Far Durham County, Sir R. Milbanke, 4, qubar, 452.
+ Sir H. V. Tempest. -Sir H. V. Tempest, Cardiff, Lord W. Stuart, 2.
262 ; Sir R. Milbanke, 298; Mr. Ellison, Cardiganshire, T. Johnes, 4.
234. Cardigan Town, Hon. J. Vaughan, 3. Durham City, R. J. Lambton, 3, R.
Carlisle, J. C. Curwen, 4, W. S. Stan- Wharton, 1. hope, 3.
East Looe, Capt. E. Buller, 2, +D. Van. Carmarthenshire, Lord R. Seya.our, 4, dorkes den.
Carmarthen Town, Admiral G. Camp Essex, Col. J. Bullock, 8, Admiral E. bell, 1.
Harvey, 2. Carnarvonshire, Sir R. Williams, 3.
Evesham, Wm. Manning, 4, Sir M. M. Carnarvon Town, Hon. C. Paget, 3. Lopez.-Wm. Manning, 194; Sir M. M.
Castle Rising, R. Sharpe, 1, Hon. C. Lopez, 334; H. Howorth, $20. Bagot.
Exeter, Sir C. W. Bamfylde, 3, J. BulCheshire, T. Cholmondeley, 3, D. Daven- ler, 3.
Eye, + M. Singleton, Hon. H. Wellesley: Chester, Gen. Grosvenor, 4, tj. Egerton. Flintshire, Sir T. Mostyn, 3.
Chichester, G. W. Thomas, 6, 7J. Du Flint Town, Col. Shipley.-Col. Shippref.
ley, 129; Sir S. K. Glynne, 128; Sir N. Clippenham, J. Maitland, 2, +Dawkins R. Lloyd, 121. and + Blake - Mr. Maitland, 59; Mr. Daw Fowey, Right Hon. R. P. Carew, 2, R. kins, 58; Mr Blake, 58---double return. Wigram, 2.
Christchurch, Right Hon. G. Rose, 5, Gatton, M. Wood, 2, +C. B. Gree ogh. W. S. Bourne, 3.
Germain's, St., *M. Montague, 1, Sir J. Cirencester, M. H. Beach, 4, J. Cripps, 1. S. Yorke, 4.
Clitheroe, Hon. R. Curzon, 3, Hon. J. Glamorganshire, T. Wyndham, 3. Cust, 2.
Gloucestershire, Admiral Berkeley, 7, Cockermouth, J. Lowther, 3, James Gra Lord R. H. Somerset, 2. ham, 2.
Gloucester City, H. Howard, 4, R. More Culchester, R. Thorrion, 7, +R. H. Da- ris, 2. vies.-R. H. Davies, 632; R. Thoroton, Grampound, Hon. A. C. Johnstone, 587; Col. Tufnell, 95.
pllon. G. A. Cochrane - Hon. A. C. JohnCorffe Castie, H. Banks, 7, +P. W. Baker. stone, 27; Hon G. A. Cochrane, 27 ; Mr.
Cornwall, Sir W. Lemon, 9, 3. H. Tre- Parry, 13; Mr. Williams, 13. mayne, 1.
Grantham, T. Thoroton, 2, +W. E. Wel. Coventry, P. Moore, 2, W. Mills, 1.- by.-T. Thoroton, 420 ; W. E. Welby, P. Moore, 310; W. Mills, 312; H. C. 411; Sir W. Manners, 352; Sir Gilbert Montgomery, 84; M. Shawe, 82.
Heathcore, 349. Cricklade, Lord Porcluster, 4, *J. Est Grimsby, Hon. G. A. Pelham, 2, +W.
Ellice.-W. Ellice, 141; Hun. G. Pel. Cumberland, Lord Morpeth, 1, J. Low ham, 138; Col. Loft, 157; Hon. W. Pel. her, s.
ham, 123. Dartmouth, E. Bastard, 7, A. H, Holds Grinstead, East, Sir N. Holland, +C. worth, 2.
R. Ellis. Denbighshire, Sir W W. Wynne, 4.
Guildford, Hon. T. C. Onslow, 1, +Hon. Denbigh Town, Robert Middleton Bid- C. Norton.-Col. Onslow, 145; Gen. Nordulph, 1.
ton, 78; G. H. Sumner, esq. 75. Derbyshire, Lord G. Cavendish, 8, E. Hampshire, *Sir H. P. St. John Mildmay, M. Mundy, 6
3, +W. Chute.-Sir H. P. St. John Mildmay, Derby Town, E. Coke, 7, W. Caven 547; W. Chute, 547; Hon. W. Herbert, dish, 2.
152. Devizes, J. Smith, 6, T. G. Estcourt, 2. Harwich, J. H. Addington, 4, *W. Hus
Devonshire, Sir L. Palk, 6, J. P. Bas kisson, 2. tard, 7.
Haslemere, Right Hon. C. Long, 6, +R. Dorsetsbire, W, M. Pitt, 7, E. B. Port. Ward.
Hastings, *Right Hon. G. Canning, 4, Lincolnshire, C. Chaplin, 9, +C. Pelham #Sir A Hume
-C. Chaplin, 1602; C. Pelham, 1168; Mi. Haver.ord, West, Lord Kensington, s Ellison, 935. Helstun, +Sir J. St. Aubyn, +R Richards. Lincoln City, R. Ellison, 3. Hon. Col.
Herefordshire, + Col. Foley, Sir J. G. Cot. Monson, 1. terel', 1.
Litchfield, G. Anson, 2, G. G. V. Ver. Hereford City, Col. Symonds, R. P. non, 1. Scudamore, 2.
Liverpool, Gen. Gascoyne, 3, +Gen. Tarle. Hertfordsbire, *Hon. T. Brand, 1, +Sir ton.-Gen. Tarleton, 1500, Gen. Gascoyne, J. S. Seahright
1334 ; Mr. Roscoe, esq. 398; W. J. DeniHertiord Town, Hon. E. S. Cowper, 2, son, 38. Mr. D. was put in nomination usN N. Ca vert, 2
known to himself. Heydon, G. Johnstone, 3, A. Browne, 1. London, Sir C. Price, 2, Sir Wm. Curtis, G. Johnslude, esq. 102 ; A. Brown, esq. 4, Ald. Shawe, 1, Ald. Comte, 3.-Sir. C. 94, C Duncombe, esq., 50 ; Sir T. Slengs. Price, 3117 ; Sir Wm. Curtis, 3039; Ald. by, 10.
Shawe, 2863; Ald. Combe, 2583; AL Heytersbury, *Lord Fitzharris, 2, +C. Hankey, 226. Moore.
Ludlow, Viscount Clive, 1, Hon. H. Higham Ferrers, *Right Hon. W. Wind- Clive. ham, 6,
Ludgershall, T. Everett, 3, M, D. Mae Hindon, B. Hobhouse, 3, W. Beckford, 1. gens, 2.
Honiton, Hon. A. C. Bradshaw, 2, +Sir Lyme Regis, Hon. Col. Fane, 2, Lord C. Hamilton.
Burghersh, 1. Horsham, *Sir S. Romilly, %, L. P. Lymington, J. Kingston. 2. Col. +Duc. Jones, 1.
kett. Huntingdonshire, Lord Hinchinbroke, 4, Maidstone, G. Simpson, 1. G. Longman, *R. Fellowes, 2. --Lord Hinchinbroke, 750; 1.-Mr. Simpson, 396; Mr. Longman, 374; R. Fellowes, 645; Lord Proby, 458.
Sir Wm. Geary, 332. Huntington Town, J. Calvert, 2, +W.M. Maldon, J. H. Strutt, 4, +C. C Western. Farmer.
- J. H. Strutt, esq. 58 ; C. C. Western, eso. Hyche, T. Godfrey, 2, +W. Deeds.-T. 99'; B. Gashell, 27. Godfrey, 109; W. Deeds, 104; Mr. White, Malmsbury, Sir G. Bowyer, +P. Gill 93; Plunimer, 66.
Sir G. Bowyer, 10; P. Gill, esq. 10; Hon. Ilchester, *R. B. Sheridan, 7 *M. A. B. Bouveue, 3; B. Smith, esq. 3. Taylor, 57
Malton, *Lord Heaoley, 1, Hon. M. Ipswich, *Sir H. Popham, 2, +R. A. Dundas, 2.-Lord Headley, 211; Hon. M. Crickett. -Sir H. Popham, 226; R. A. Dundas, 253, Brianbooke, 196; Isaac LeaCrickett, 224; R. Wilson, 155; Capt. Ben- tham, 138.
Marlborough, Lord Bruce, 3, Lord Visco lves, St , S. Stephens, 1, Sir W. Stirling. Stopford, 2. -Sir. Walter Stirling, 147; Sam Stephens, Marlow, O. Williams, 3, P. Grenfell, 2. esq. 147; Chas. Cocherell, 125; Capt. Wood Mawes, St., t Lieut. Col. Shipley, S. Ber
nard, 1. Kent, Sir E. Knatchbull, 1. W. Honey Michael, St. +Captain Gower, +G. Galway wood,
Mills King's Lynn, Lord Walpole, 4. Sir M. B. Merionethshire, Sir R. W. Vaughan, 4. Folkes, 4
Midhurst. + Hon. J. Abercrombie, s. Kingston upon-Hull, J. Staniforth, 2, Smith, 6. Lord Viscount Mahon, 1.
Middlesex, W'. Mellish, 9, G. Byog. 4. Knaresborough, Lord J. Townshend, 6, W. Meltish, esq. 2700; G. Byug, caq.2.108; Lord Ossulton, 2.
Sir C. Baynes, 1952. Lancashire, 'l. Stanley 8. J. Blackburne 6. Milbourne Port, Lord Paget, 1, Hugh Lar.
Lancaster loun, Dent, 3. +P. Patten cester, 2. J. Dent, 1:34.1; P. Patten, 1343 ; Col. Caw. Minehead, +J. F. Luterell, J. Denaiss. thorn, 830; W. Donecin, 874.
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