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TIMBER, one-third of the present duties
£63,000 On all above one, 20s.
73,000 Ditto, for husbandry, 4s.
8,000 92,000 12,000 12,000 12,000 150,000 310,000
At this moment a report circulates, which we hope is founded in truth-it is, that the new ministry are turning their attention towards a peace! A cabinet council was held on Friday the 20th, which was su; posed to deliberate concerning the best means by which this inestimable blessing can be procured. Some persons indeed are so sanguine in their expectations on this head, that they say a message has been actually sent to Buonaparte on the subject, and that therefore matters will be speedily adjusted. We cannot, for ourselves, say any thing for certainty. The late change which lias taken place in his majesty's councils may have been for this purpose. We sincerely hope that this will prove to be the care, and that peace, with her long train of blessings, may make a lasting visit to Great Britain, our beloved country!
MONTHLY LIST OF BANKRUPTS.
(From the London Gazette.)
seller. George Brooks, Oxford-street, linendraper. T. Carver, Bedford, baker. T. Spencer, Great Wigston, Leicestershire, victuallir. T. Parkinson, Yorkshire, miller. Sarah Cotterell and Thomas Cotterell, Cricklade, Wiltshire, linendrapers. R. Park, Manchester, victualler. R. Woodward, Liverpool, merchant.
Jos. Haslewood, Birmingham, gunmaker. R. Kennet, Queen Charlotte row, St. Mary-le-bonne, upholder. J. Bray, Malling, Kent, hop merchant. J. Arcles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, linen - draper. J. Wilkins, Pagan hill, Gloucestershire, corn-dealer, G. Kerbey, Bristol, grocer. J. Cavenaugh, Portsea, Southampton, ship-chandler. J. W. Salmon, manufacturer; and J. Heslop, Bow-Jane, London, warehouseman. J. Heawood, Stockport, Cheshire, manufacturer. J. Darby, Walbrook, pocket-book maker. J. Mills, Brook-green, Hammersmith, linen-draper. J. Weston, Camberwell, bricklayer. J. Grint, Wandsworth, Surrey, corn-chandler. W. Hawes, Hanwell, Middlesex, soap-manufacturer. Sarah Bradbury, Manchester, cotton-spinner. Jo. Jones, Liverpool, victualler. T.Chamley, Liverpool, earthenware-dealer. C. Gregory, Elstow, Bedfordshire, kaker. P. Heathecoate, Walsal, Staf. fordshire. M. Peairce, Blackman-street, cheesemonger. S. Hide, Ware, Hertford, broker. G. Ross, Finsbury-square, wine merchant. S. Stenson, Kensington, cheesemonger. J. Baker, Staines, coach-master. W. Newton, London-field, Hackney, J. Roberts, Pontefract, Yorkshire, druggist. Benjamin Flesber, Liverpool, druggist. W. Morgan, Piymouth-dock, vintner. W. Glover, Bris. tol, dealer. J. Bateman, Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant. J. Hadfield, Sheffield, grocer. E. Bate, Liverpool, merchant. Thomas Morse, Hors. ley, Gloucestershite, clothier. John Edwards, Kington, woolstapler. Peter Walker, Dudley, , Worcestershire, draper. William Boot, Coventry, carrier. John Musket, Cromer, Norfolk, merchant. Shields Legg, Portsea, shoemaker. Thomas Man. son, Tokenhouse-yard, merchant. John Tailby, Desborough, Northainptonshire, butcher. Tho. mas Downy, Sunderland near the Sea, ship-owner. John Creed and Thomas Morse, Horsley, Gloucestershire, clothiers. Daniel Burges, Blaby, Leicesshire, victualler. John Clayton, Kirdford, Sussex, jobber in cattle. James Mac Connel, Dunkirk, merchant. William Allen, No. 14, High-street, Birmingham, druggist and grocer. John Whitaker, Sulford, Lancashire, cotton manufacturer. Miles Burkitt, Three.crane-wharf, London, soap manufacturer. John Fielding, Halifax, innkeeper. Thomas Hughes, Liverpool, taylor, John Stagg, Great Yarmouth, grocer. Juhu Twemlow, Stockport, Cheshire, hat manufacturer. Edward Schol. field, Nat bank, Middleton, Lancashire, fustian inanufactwer. Alexander Butler, Blackburn, Lancashire, factor. Johu Keyte, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, builder and upholder.
The past month having furnished us with nothing sufficiently interesting for our Chronologist, we have been enabled to go more into detail with many valuable articles.