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Bell's Weekly Messenger, No.1781, Sunday, May 16, 1830.

From Tuesday's London Gazette.


A. SAMUDA, Spital square, broker.

ANNA MARIA JOHNSON. West Smithfield, victualler.


J. TARVER, Wolverton, Warwickshire, carpenter?.

M. GEORGE, Margate, draper.


W. K 'KENZIE, Boshier's court, Oxford street, tea dealer, to surrender May 28, June 4, and 25, at the Court of the Commissioners. Atts. Army and Coles, Throgmorton street.

J. PENNING, Holles street, Cavendish square, cabinet maker, May 21, June 4, and 25, at the same place. Att. Sidebotham, Hatton garden.

W. PERRY, Witham, Essex, coach maker, May 21, 28, and June 25, at the same place. Att. Bromleys, Gray's Inn square.

L. SYKES, George street, Mansion house, merchant, May 21, June 1, and 25, at the same place. Att. Spurr, Warnford court, Throgmorton street.

S. BOND, Jun., Honiton, Devonshire, coach maker, May 26, 27, and June 25, at the Country Hotel, Whimple. Atts. Rhodes and Beevor, Chancery lane.

J. SPANTON, York, bookseller, May 27, 28, and June 25, at the Falcon Inn, York. Att. Williamson, Gray's inn square.

E. WHITEHEAD, Salford, publican, May 27, 28, and June 25, at the York Hotel, Manchester. Atts. Adlington and Co., Bedford row.


June 4. S Smithson, Leeds, grocer—June 5. J. King, Austwick?, Yorkshire, grazier—June 7. G. Scott and T. Surr, Stanchester, porter dealers—June 19. M. and R. Holt, Manchester, dyers, June 12. J. Tessimond, Leek, Staffordshire, silk manufacturer—June 8. J. Revill, Newark upon Trent, whitesmith—June 4. R. Spofforth, jun. Howden, Yorhshire, scrivener—June 9. J. Marks, Bristol, tailor—June 7. J. Cunliffe, Rainhill, Lancashire, miller—June 7, R. Hughes, Manchester, tailor—July 12. M. Haine, Liskeard, Cornwall, draper—June 3. W. and T. Culverwell, Bath, builders—June 7. R. Charles, Liverpool, ship chandler—May 28. J. Till, Basinghall street, woollen draper—June 4. G. G. Giroux, St. George's circus, Southwark, music seller—June 4. G. and A. Geddes and T. Millican, Fenchurch buildings, merchants—June 8. J. S. Sweeting, Ludgate street, straw warehouseman—June 8. G. Brooks, Town Malling, Kent, linen draper—June 4. C. Tapp, Wigmore street, Cavendish square, coach maker—June 4. W. Fry, Peckham, letter founder—June 4. W. Gausden and J. Jacobs, Barbican, clothes salesman—June 4. J. Potter, Maidstone, grocer—June 4. S. J, King, Stratford-upon-Avon, upholsterer—June 4. R. T. Bishop, Birmingham, woollen draper, May 28. J Aldridge, Wandsworth, calico printer.

CERTIFICATES to be granted on or before June 4.

W. Smale, Bedminster, Somersetshire, victualler—M. and W. Wainwright and J. Johnson, Cateaton street, woollen warehousemen—J. Oxley, Barnsley, Yorkshire, butcher—W. J. Lawson, Lombard street, bill broker—W. Herbert, Broadstreet, Radcliffe, wine merchant—J. Atlee, liverpool, merchant—C. King, Liverpool, clothier—J. Hutchinson, Liverpool, merchant, W. Scott, Bristol, merchant, J. Allday, Birmingham, wire worker.


Cardall and Lightwood, Birmingham, coal dealers—S. Dixon and W. Waller, Drury lane, grocers—Talbot and Ladds, Cambridge, printers, E. and N. Pickton, Liverpool, confectioners—S. and T. Thorpe, Newscastle-upon-Tyne, importers of foreign wines, E. Murphy, E. Symmons, and E. Murphy, Bathwick, Somersetshire, lodging house keepers; as far as regards Edward Murphy—W. Drant and H. Gould, Black Prince row, Walworth road, Newington, grocers—D. and M. G. Forster, Otley and Poole, Yorkshire, oiled leather dressers—R. and T. Lavender, Bedford, carriers—G. Cuming and Co. Bedford place, Commercial road, timber merchants—J. Key and Co. Abchurch lane, stationers—Jump and Dearden, Liverpool, smiths—Ridgway, Greer and Co. Bristol, general merchants; as far as regards J?. R. Greer.