REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE. I The continued wet of the past week has served to keep much land under water, but where there is some elevation and natural drainage it is surprising to find the ground in comparatively good working order. Much of this is to be attributed to the numerous fissures made in the soil during the drought, and the constant action of thosesubterranean workers, the worms,. and their auxiliaries. But the superficial'.damp and and warmth, coupled with the natural tendency of all seeds to germinate in the spring, have made it next to impossible to send well-conditioned samples to market. Hence heaviness has been the order of the day; and with the Northern ports gradually opening in Europe, a sort of paralysis has come over the entire corn trade, more depressing to the values of Spring Corn than Wheat, for the reason that it has relatively been higher and until March comes to our help, with its stirring breezes, we may remain dull. All calcula- tions have become unsettled, from the unusual weather but it seems that some thirty years since at about this season the turnip-tops had grown so rank that they had to be mown. Astronomers tell us there is a re- markable gathering of spots in the sun, and that this disturbance of our central luminary is always connected with magnetic variations, and possibly with electric action. If so, we must take our fate till Nature reverts to her primitive simplicity, get through the phenomena as well as we can, and leave the question, What will the end be ?" till we arrive at it. Hay was to have been very dear, but the abundance of grass has kept down the price. Potatoes were to have rotted off (and not much loss to the eaters neither) but the few bad left are lost sight of in the fineness and abundance of turnips and greens, and the hard winter so confidently predicted has awoke up the flies in our living rooms. But we may yet see a turn as complete before the spring has ended, and we think Wheat has by far the best cbauce. In France Wheat has declined Is to 2a per qr. while Belgium has slightly given way, as well as at several places in Germany but at Hambro' prices have been maintained both of Wheat and Barley. In New York breadstuffs have rather declined.
THE CORN TRADE. I There was another very heavy supply of foreign barley last week, but not much of other grain. Exports, 1,112 qrs barley; 1,290 qrs malt; 50 qrs oats; 100 qrs beans 540 qrs maize 3.5 cwts Sour. English wheat, 4,484 qrs; foreign, 11,328 qrs. The show of samples this morning from Kent and Essex was small, but generally in bad condition. The few fine lots were held at previous rates, and the remainder neglected. There was a moderate demand for foreign, chiefly Russian, at the previous currencies. Country flour, 19,597 sacks; foreign 3,634 sacks. The trade continued excessively dull, but holders were not dis- posed to offer Norfolks at lower rates. Foreign could be bought at at a reduction of about Gd per sack and barrel. Town rates unaltered. Maize 9,105 qrs. This grain remained dull. British barley, 3,392 qrs foreign 65,199 qrs. Malting sorts were dull, but not lower; grinding descriptions, from the heavy supply, were down fully Is "per qr. The malt trade continued very heavy. English oats, 342 qrs Scotch 18 qrs Irish 1,390 qrs foreign 10,175 qrs. The best oats were a slow trade, but not cheaper light inferior sorts were about 3d to 6d per qr down. Native beans, 464 qrs foreign 660 qrs. New English were down Is per qr English peas, 235 qrs foreign none. Boilers were again rather cheaper. Linseed, 12,951 qrs exports, 1,130 qrs. Both seed and cake were firm. Cloverseed remained in limited request. Tares unaltered in value. White mustardseed has considerably advanced from the smallness of stocks. CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAIN AND FLOUR IN MARK-LANE Shillings per Qr. Shillings per Qr. Wheat—Essex and Oat- EcgHsh po- Kent, whits, 5^ 3 to 59 tato 32 — 35 Ditto, fine old. Ditto, Scotch feed Ditto, red, new 47 51 Ditto, potato — — — Ditto, old. Irish feed, white 21 26 Norfolk, Lincoln- Ditto, fine .28—30 shire & York- Ditto, black. 22 26 chire, red 4,5 49 Ditto, fine 2S :30 Ditto, old Beans-Mazagan 40 41 Barlev 3.5 38 Ticks 40 — 41 Grinding 32 35 Harrow 43 — 44 Chevalier, 45 50 Pigeon 48 51 Distilling 41 -13 Peas—new, white, bialt-Bosex, Nor- boilers. 42 — 45 folk and Suffolk 69 Maple 45 47 Ditto, fine. Gray 41 42 Kingston, Ware, Flour—Town house- and town-made 69 holds, per sack of Ditto, fine 280 lbs 42 47 Brown 54 62 Country 32 33 Bye. 40 42 Households 42 47 i O..l 31 3z ARRIVALS THIS WEEK. Wheat Barley Oats. R,-ars Peas. Hour Qrs, Qrs. Qrs. Qrs. Qrs. Sacks brIll Knnl'»h. 1184 2592 342 161 235 11)597 Scotch.. 81)0 IS Irish 139J i- For, igii. 11328 65199 19175 C60 3634 Total 15812 65199 20925 1124 235 23231 COUNTRY MARKETS. CARMARTHEN, 13th.-A good attendance and fair supply of wheat at recent rates. Numerous samples of malting barley at 36s to 38s per qr flour, 38s per sack. with but a small amount of bu-inesss done. CARDIGAN, 13th.-The weather continues very wet and mild. The market to-day was rather neglected, owing to it also being a fair day, and business done only nominal and at former prices. Wheat 6s (jd to 7s., barley 4s to 4s 6d oats 2s 6d to 3s per bush. CARLISLE, 13th.—An average supply of all kinds of grain was presented, and the demand was good. Last week's rates « ere generally prevalant, with the excep- tion of seed oats, which improved 6d per bnshel. Prices —Wheat, white, new, 18s to 21s wheat, red, new, 17s 6d to 19s; barley, new, 15s to 16s oats, potsto, new, 108 to 12a per Carlisle bushel flour, Is 9d per stone oatmeal, 2a 2d ryemeal and barleymeal, Is 7d per stone. GLOCESTER, 13th.-Our imports of foreign grain have been limited this week to 2,050 qrs of barley from Nantes 850 qrs from Granville, 702 qrs of barley from Port Lannay, with 2,000 qrs of maize from Sulina. The market is to-day rather in favour of the buyer, especially for out of condition samples of wheat. The present prices are—English white wheat, 6a 9d to 7s per G21b and 6a 2d to 6s 6s for red. American, 6s 6d to 6s 9d Petersburg, 6s 3d to 6s 6d Galatz and Ibraila, 5s lOd to 68; malting barley, 44s per qr and grinding, 28s to 29s per 4001b. Irish gray oats, 27s to 28s, and white, 28s to 29s per qr. English beans, 6s 6d to 6s lOd per bushel. Last official averages :—Wheat, L2 9s 5d beans, 12 9s 9d. The weather still very unsettled. KENT, 13th.—On Saturday, at Canterbury there was an average supply of both red and white wheat, that portion of it in improved condition realizing the rates of last week, while damp samples were neglected. The supply of barley was good, but the demand, especially for malting samples, was slow, brewers buying sparingly at prices the same as previously quoted. Of oats there was a good supply, though the trade was only moderate at late rates. Beans and peas changed hands generally at recent prices. Quotations:—Wheat (white new), 50s to 55s; ditto (brown new), 46s to 51s: barley (grinding), 329 to 35s; ditto (malting), 47s to 52s; malt, 70s to 76s oats (black, new), 29s to 32s; ditto (white, new), 28s to 34s beans, 41s to 43s ditto, small, 44s to 45s ticks (old), 46s to 48s and peas, 43s to 45s. MALTON, 14th.—The corn trade was steady, and both wheat and barley were at the same quotations. Oats very firm. Imperial averages:— Wheat, 12 6s 8d; barley, £1 18s 7d; oats, £ 1 6s 5d per qr. The potato trade was showing a tendency to ease, but quotations yet remained at L3 10s., rounds and £ 4 to d64 4s., kidneys. There was some inquiry for early seed sorts. All kinds are much grown. NORWICH, 13tb.-At this market to-day was a fair supply of wheat, and with a firmer feeling in the trade the prices of last Saturday were maintained. A tolerable supply of barley was offered, but the demand being limited the trade ruled very dull at dropping prices for all descriptions. The weather continued mild up to Wednesday, but yesterday proved winterly, with heavy sleet and smart frost at night. White wheat (weighing 641b to 651b), 52s to 56s; red ditto (weighing 631b to 651b), 48s 10 51s best malting barley (weighing 561b to 571b), 50s to 52s; runs ditto (weighing 55ib to 561b), 47t3 to 49s; distilling ditto (weighing 511b to o.ilh), 40s to -12s; oafs, 30s to 32s per qr. Flour, :338 per sack. Averages -Wheat, 1,327 qrs, 50s 5d barley. 2,354 qrs, 48s 4d. READING, 13th.— there was a tolerably good supply of wheat in the Corn-Exchange, but ircnoralIv the par- cels were in a damp and interior condition. All dry and sound sorts met with a fair inquiry, and were taken otf at the full terms of last week. The secondary and in- ferior sorts could only be disposed of at a decline of Is to 28. White wheat, line qualities, 57;; to 59s mid- ling, 47s to 50s and inferior, 47s to 50s. Red wheat, best, 52s to 55s; middling, 47s to 50s and inferior, 45s to 48s. Although the supply of barley was short, it was more than equal to the demand; the best malting parcels were Is cheaper, and the distilling" and grinding sorts could only be disposed of at a decline of Is to 2s. Malting descriptions, 46s tools; distilling, 42s to 16s and grinding 25s to 28s. Seed oats were freely inquired after, and sellers succeeded in obtaining higher prices other sorts were slow in disposal, at late currencies Best Polands realized from 2Ss to 3 Is TV aterloo, 26s to 30s and Tartary, from 22s to 26s. NKWCASTLK-ON-TYNE.—The trade has ruled exceed- ingly quiet during the week, but factors have not shown a disposition to yield in price with regard to wheat but, owing to the large arrivals from the south, flour had to be parted with on rather easier terms. For the best new south country red wheat 52s for 5041b. has again been paid, whereas for the best foreign Baltic (red) 54s could not be exceeded. Malting barley has proved a slow sale, and has been confined chiefly to our farmers' growth and choice Scotch. Foreign for the moment has been comparatively neglected For grind- ing the demand has completely subsided. Oats, with a continuance of largo arrivals from Scotland, have moved off slowly. At our market this morning we had a moderate show of wheat from the growers and fair arrivals from the coast, but middling from abroad. Fresh thrashed samples, being wanted, sold quickly at fully last week's rates, while business from the stands proved limited, owing to a want of suitable quality. Flour was unchanged. Fine malting barley was quite as dear. Little was stirring in grinding sorts. Oats were sluggish, and lower rates had to be submitted to. SOUTH \V ALES, I;Hh.-Considerable caution has been evinced by millers and buyers in entering into transac- tions for some days past, and, although farmers at the local markets have resisted any concession in price, millers have generally succeeded in purchasing their limited requirements as a reduction on last week's prices, and which are now as low as they have been since last harvest, old white selling from 6s to 6s 3d new ditto, 6s old red, 5s 3d and new ditto, 5s 3d to 5s 9d per GOlb. Barley has been plentiful, and, as the demand has been limited, both malting and grinding qualities have declined Is per qr. There have been but few in- quiries for beans, and many of the samples on offer h:ve been out of condition. Finest samples, however, have fetched 6s 6d per bushel, and foreign from 44s to 45s per 4801b. Oats have come slowly to hand, and last week's quotations have been fully realized. NOTTINGHAM, 13th.-At our Corn-Exchange to-day the supply of wheat was pretty tolerable, but the con- dition of the grain was rather improved, The demand for wheat to-day was not fast, but farmers would not sell except at quite last week's currency. The supply of barley was middling, and the demand ruled slow. For fine sorts the ratej of last week were obtained, but secondary lots were a trifle easier to purchase. Of oats there was only a moderate Blaow, and the tone of the demand was firm at about as much money as last week for all good qualities. Currency to the grower :—White wheat, 53s to 56s red, 49s to 52s barley, 48s to 52a oats, 30s to 32s beans, 50s to 53s per qr.
THE CATTLE TRADE. The supply of British and foreign beasts for to-day's trade is short, with the exception of the French ai.,i is which come well to hand, generally inferior in quality The best descriptions have been quickly sold, and the state of tradp. is firm at our closing prices. There is a good demand in the foreign market. The mutton trade is extremely active, and at fully Gd per stone over last week's rates. The supply is quite inadequate to the demand, and in many instances the pressing wants of buyers have compelled them to give in excess of our top quotation. The product must rule high unless by some means our supply increases. Veal and pork both firm. COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF PRICES AND SUPPLY OF CATTLE AT MARKET, OX MONDAY LAST. At per stone of 81b sinking the offal. Total Supply Beef. 3s Gd 51 81 Beasts 3.580 .?lutton 4,3 Od 61 88,,l 1 Bea8ta 3580 Mutton 4a Od 6? 3d iSheei)and Lambs 13800 amb Os Od —s — d cl.ës 87 Veal 3s 6,1 6& Od I Pigs 230 Pork. 3s 4d 5s Od ARRIVALS. From Foreign 1819 beasts. Scotland 235 „ „ Ireland 70 „ „ Norfolk and SufEolk 830 „ Midland & home counties 626 „ Western Counties
THE COUNTRY MARKETS. LIVERPOOL, Feb. I.i.-The supply of cattle and sheep was about the same as on Monday last, and the demand very good for each, at former rates. Beef, 6-id to 8-lid mutton, n to 9j per lb. There were at market 2,251 cattle and 10,365 sheep. BATH, Feb. 13.-The market was well supplied with carcases, which met a fair sale. Beef realized from 4s 4d to 5s per stone of 81b.; mutton, 4s 4d to 4s 6d veal, 4s 8d to 6s pork, 4s 4d to 4s Sd; lamb, 10s to 12s per qr. CARLISLE, 13th.—The supply was rather small to- day in comparison with the last few weeks, though a fair seasonable one. The majority were again Irish, which attracted most attention. The few English milch cows heifers, and stirks met with little inquiry, and were not sold. Irish cattle brought prices varying from L4 to S5 for yearlings, and from L8 to CS 10s for two-year-olds. Very few buyers were present. Sheep were again unre- presented. Thirty cartloads of pigs were offered. A large number of buyers and dealers were present, and the competition was brisk, the market being cleared Good youn^_pigs, 20s to 28s each inferior from MALTON, 13th.—There was an improved show of cattle, but little trade few sheep and a fair supply of pigs, with brisk trade. Milch cows in request. But- chers' stock is getting firmer, beasts bringing 9s, and for extra Os 6d per stono, good animals being remarkably scarce ewes are i 1d and hog sheep quite 9d per llï in wool, and pigs are up at 7s Gel to 7s 9d per stone. A hard frost occurred on Friday night, which will check the growth of grass. NORWICH, 13th.—The show of store cattle, Scots, shorthorns, and Irish on offer here to-day was not very large, and a clearance was nearly effected, there being rather a better inquiry for superior lots. Fat beasts 8s 6d to 9s 6d per 141b. The show of sheep was pretty good, and the continued open weather having improved the prospects of keep, the best hoggets realized some- what better prices, the advance established being in some instances 2s to 3s per bead. A fair amount of business was transacted. Fat sheep 9s to 9s 6d per 141b; store I 5s to 20s; and half fat 35s to 40s per head fat pork, 7s (Ill to 8s 3d per 141b. The imports of live stock at Harwich from Rotterdam for the week ending the 12th of February were-sheep, 216 pigs 222. NOTTINGHAM, 13th.-At our market to-day the atten- dance was good, but there was hardly an average show of cattle. There was a slow tone in the trade, but prices for milch cows were on the advance— £ 18 to jE20 per head. Stores sold slowly, at quite as much money as heretofore-;CIO to Y,12 per head. The value of stirks ran from JE7 to £ 8 per head. Calves were in small supply, which, however, proved equal to the demand, at prices without much change-JOs to 30s each. There was a limited supply of pigs, and the demand was active, sellers having the advantage with respect to price. Sucking pigs realized 20s to 25s each bacon pigs 8s to 8s 2d; porkets, 8s per stone. The business done in horses was limited. POTATO MARKETS. BOROUGH AND SPITALFIFLDS. -These markets are well supplied with potatoes. For all descriptions the trade is heavy at drooping paices The imports into London last week consisted of 4 bags from Amsterdam 47 bags Antwerp, 2,546 sacks Dunkirk, 193 tons Rouen, 779 bags Caen, 20 bags Rotterdam, and 223 bags Boulogne. RegentB. 60.. Od. to 130B. per ton. Flukes.. 70s. 0d. to l40s. „ Shaws -s. Od. to -8. Kidneys. -8 Od. to -s. Rocks. 60s. Od. to 80s. Scotch Regents 60s. Od. to 130a. Jersey. -s. Od. to -s. French whites 40s. Od. to 80s. PROVISION MARKETS. The arrivals last week from Ireland were 384 firkins butter, and 2,531 bales bacon and from foreign ports 24,311 casks, &c., butter, 771 bales and 115 boxes bacon. The Irish butter market remains without alteration, quotations nominal. Foreign met a fair sale best Dutch advanced adout 6s in consequence of short suppply, say to 141s. The bacon was steady sales of best Waterford made at 74s to 76s on board. STOCKS AND DELIVERIES FOR THIS WEEK. BUTTER BACON. Stock. Delivery. Stock. Delivery 1867 5370 1720 1550 1340 1868 2600 2650 2690 4040 1869 2960 340 2150 2580 PRICES OF BUTTER, CHEESE, HAMS, &C. Butter, per cwt. s. s. Cheese, per owt. a. s. Fries!and 140 to 142 1 Cheshire. 56 to 7-1 Jersey 118 to 130 i Double Glo'ster 58 to 68 Dorset, new to Cheddar 66 to 76 Cartow. to laog- Waterford .to York 100 to 110 Cork to — Cumberland 100 to 110 Limerick to Irish 100 to 106 Sligo t, aci, i,. fresh, per doz. I.) t,) 18 Wiltshire, dried 76 to 80 Irish, green 68 to 74 ENGLISH BUTTER MARKET. D"r8et, fine new milk -9 to -s per cwt. Ditto, middling 0s to Os Devon —s to -s. Fresh 15s to 18s per dozen lbs
HOP MARKET. m- Our market is quiet, no salee of home-growths of any importance having been reported during the past week. There has been a fair demand for foreign at rather stronger prices. Continental markets are firmer, and in some instances 2s to 3s advance has been made in fine Bavarians. New York advices to the 3rd inst., report better feeling in the Hop market, owng to the continuance of heavy exports to Europe. The import of foreign hops into London last week consisted of 78 j baiks from Antwerp, 68 Bremen, 138 Calais, 50 Dunkirk 118 Gluchstadt, 63 Hamburg, 8.5 Rotterdam, and 134 bales from Baltimore. 10 tO ;c8 8 1 Mid and East Ken's £ 2 10 to JE8 8 l't'rtih'ims 4 0. 6 0 Weald if K-tits 2 0 4 1.5 8ugeex 2 0 4 4 Yearlings 3 0. 4 4 Bavarians. 2 16 4 10 Belgians. 2 2. 3 0 Olds
I TALLOW. The Market is firm Y.C., on the spot is selling at 45s 9d per cwt. Town tallow, 44s, net cash.
WOOL MARKET. There is rather more demand for hog skin but wools generally are quiet. Prices remain without material change. The attention of the trade will be directed to the public sales of colonial produce, now about to commence, and the demand is not likely to be active for some weeks to come.
SEED MARKET. The supply of English red Cloverseed was very limited, fine qualities were held very high. Foreign red was more inquired for, and full rates were asked. White Cloverseed remains both firm and dear sales were limited. Trefoils were held at previous rates, but as yet there is no activity in this branch of the trade. White and brown Mustardseeds were unchanged in value. Rapeseed was steady in price, with limited demand. Foreign Tares were more saleable and quite as dear. BRITISH SEEDS. Mustard, per bush., white log Od to 129 Od „ brown. 128 Od to 14s Od Coriande.r,percwt. 20s 0d to 21s Od Canary, per qr 68a Od to 729 Od Trefoil. 228 Od to 24s Od Tares, winter, new, per bushel.. 10s Od to 12s Od Linseed, per qr., sowing. 66s Od to 68s Od crushing. 608 Od to 62s Od Linseed, Cakes, per ton JE12 10s to £13 Os Rapeseed, ptr qr. 56s Od to 58s Od Rape Cake, per ton £ 6 0s to £ 6 lOd Cloverseed, red 60s 0d to 84s —s FOREIGN SEEDS, &C Cloverseed red 56s Od to 76s Od while 70s Od to 845 Od Trefoil. 20s Od to 225 Od Hempseed, small, per qr 368 Od to s Od Dutch 368 Od to 38s 0a Coriander, per cwt 218 Od to 228 Od Ryegrass per qr 26s 0d to 30s Od Linseed, per qr., B.lltic 56s Od to 60s Od „ It Bombay 59s Od to 608 Od Linseed Cake, per ton £ 11 15s to £ 12 10« Rapeseed, Dutch. 588 Od to 60s Od Rape Cake, per ton. £ — —s to £ — —d
BANK RETURNS. COPY OF RETURNS, PURSUANT TO 7 S- 8 VICT. CAP 32. I NAME OE FIRM. WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES DISTRICT BANK. Per sons of whom the Company or Partnership consists. NAME. RESIDENCE. OCCUPATION. Abbott, John (deceased), Landcros, Devon, gentleman Abott, Thomas, Exeter, accountant Abell, Thomas, Exeter, timber merchant Able, Henry, Bristol, master mariner Ackland, Robert, Exeter, chemist Ackland, Ann, Bristol. spinster Adams, Stephen. Torquay, Devon, domestic servant Adams, John, ) Crewkerne, Somerset, currier Niner, Arthur Browse, ) Totties, Devon, hatter Adams, George, Kingsbridge, Devon, esquire Adams, Mary Elizi, Plymouth, widow Albrecht, Charles Samuel, Exeter, gentleman Aldis, Charles James, Exeter, esquire Aldred, Thomas, J Tiverton, Devon, gentleman Lane, John, Tiverton, Devon,'gentleman Gill, Henry Septimus, Tiverlon, Devon, gentleman Alexander, William, Bath, outfitter Alexander, Henry Wentworth, Bristol, accountant Algar, John, Exeter, painter near Ross, Hereford- Allaway, William, W alfordbouae, near ROS8, Hereford- shire. esquire Allan, Mary Agnes. Exeter, spinster Allen, Annie Charlotte, Instow, Devon, spinier Allen, Henry Halfyard, Exeter, ironmonger Allen, Henry Edward, Bristol, innkeeper Allen, Alexander, Bristol, gentleman Allen, Ellen Margaret, Instow, Devon, spinster Allen, Thomas James, Exeter, accountant Almond, William, Southampton, gentleman Andrews, Samuel, Bristol, gardener Andrews, William, Alpbington, Exeter, gentleman Angleis, William. Topsham, Devon, gentleman Annan, Harriet, Taunton, widow Anning, Richard, Kenton, Devon, innkeeper Anstey, E izabeth, Silverton, Devon, spinster Anstioe, Emily, Exeter, spinster Appleby, James, Wells, Somerset, butler Ardley, Daniel, Pettikin, Torquay, Devon, hairdresser Armstrong, Mary Poston, Bristol, spinstfr Arnold, Prudence, Paignton, Devon, widow Arnold, Puienco Webbr, Dolton, Devon, spinster Atcherley, Caroline, Lympstone, Devon, spinster Atkins, Elizabeth, Bath, spinster Atton, Robert, Taunton, gentleman Austin, William Goldswurthy, Exnouth, Devon, gentleman Avery, Elizabeth, 5, Birchin-iaue, London, spinster Ayre, George, Witheridge, DOfon, yeoman Babbage, Thomas, Kingateignton. Devon, grocer Badcoe.k, Elizabeth, ( Exetpr, spinster Badcock, Harriet, (deceased) ) Exeter, spinster Badcock, Sarah, ) Exeter, spinster Badoock. Margaret ( Exeter, spinster Bagnall. James, Carmarthen, merchant Bailey, Elizabeth, Blagdon, Somerset, spinster Baker, Samuel, Yatton, Somerset, yeoman Baker, Louisa, St. Thomas, Devon, spinster Baker, William, Budleigh, Salterton, Devon, stationer Baker, Richard, Wbiteway, near Chudleigh, Devon, servant Baker, Susan, Exeter, widow Baker, John, Bridgwater, cheese dealer Baker, John (deceased), Ottery St. Mary. Devon, printer Baker, Robert, Somerton, Sometset, confectioner Balkwill, Gertiude, Pilton, Devon, spinster Ba!e, Thomas, Bristol, silversmith BaHer. Mary, Biddor d, Devon, widow Ball, Nancy, I Torquay, Devon, ￼ Ball, Caroline, ? orre, Torquay, Devon, øpmsterø Balsdon, Betsey, Wear Gifford, near Bideford, Devon, widow Balsdon, James, "j St. Giles, near Great Torrington, [ Devon, yeoman Balsdon, Richard, westleigh, near Bideford, Devon, J yeoman Balsdon, James, St. Giles, Devon, yeoman Bamfield, Thomas, Clifton, Bristol, baker Banks, Mary Ann, Newport, near Barnstaple, widow Barbor, Douglas, Exeter, gentleman Baretti, Mary, Bath, spinster Baretti, Selina, Bath, spinster Barrett, Ruth, Exeter, spinster Barton, Henry Downe, Exeter, solicitor Bartlett, Ann, Baltonsborougb, Glastonbury, widow Bartlett, Ann Coylton, near Axminster, Devon widow Bartlett, Jane, » Tiverton, Devon, spinster Bartlett, Emma, S Tiverton, Devon, spinster Bartlett, Harnette, ) Tiverton, Devon spinster Barnett, Caleb Hattam, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, gent Burnett. Christopher George, Bristol, solicitor Barbor, George Alexander, Exeter, Major in the Bengal Army Barrett, Elizabeth, Exeter, widow Barrett, James (deceased), Gravesend, gentleman Barrett, Jonathan, jun., Taunton, currier Barrett, Jeremiah, Peterchurnb, Herefordshire, gent Barter, Elizabeth, Axbridge, Somerset, spinster Bartholomew, Christine, Exeter, spinster Bartholomew, Emma Caroline, Exeter, spinster Bartholomew, Maria, Torquay, Devon, spinster Bartrum, John, Exeter, cattle dealer Bartlett, Joseph, Tiverton, Devon, gentleman Bartlett, Jane, Tiverton, Devon, spinster Baskett, William, Bath, cheeBe and bcon factor Bastard, Warwick Henry, Pontypool, banker Bastard, William Segar, Exeter, esquire Bastard, Mary, Exeter, spinster Bastard, Stafford, Exeter, land surveyor Bastin, John, en., Exmouth, Devon, gentleman Baatiu, John, jun. Littleha-, Exmouth, Devon, yeoman Bastin, Robert, Otterton, Devon, yeoman Bastin, Mary Elizabeth, We,t Down, Littleham, Exmouth, Devon, spinster Bastin, Emma, Littleham, oum-Exmouth, Devon, spinster Bastow, William, Plymouth, gentleman Bate, George, Stoke, Devonport, gen'leman Bath, Can line, Taunton, widow Bowdon, Joseph Satterley, Leigh Farm, Hennock, Devon, farmer Bayley, Charles, Exeter, accountant ileal, John, Exeter, Faymaeter tn-chtef, R.N. Beck, Henry, Exeter, slate merchant Beck, George Albert, St. Austell, Cornwall, gentleman Bedford, James, Exeter accountant Beebee, George Willis, Bristol, wine and spirit merchant Beedle, George Charles Richards, Axbridge, Somerset, ehe- mist and druggist Beedle, George Charles Richards, Axbridge, Somerset, chemist Hardy, George ) Exeter, gentleman Beer, Ann, Georgeham, Devon, spinster Bell, James ( Bristol, painter and glazier Fothergill, Richard, f Bristol, printer Bellamy, Peter Franklin, | Plymouth, surgeon Tombs, William, ) Clifton, Bristol, esquire Tl}mb, Henry COggIW, ) Wootton Bassett, WHta.aoIicitor Bennee, Albert, Delonport, commercial traveller Bennett, lhnrv. Bristol, gentleman Bennett, Rev Herbert, Appledore, Deron, Minister of the Gospel Bennett, Richard, 2, Arthur-street East, London Bridge, ironmonger Bennett, Mattbew, Exeter, gentleman Berkshire, Daniel, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, hnntsman ¡' Berry, William, Exeter, gentleman Berry, William, Creditoti, Devon, gentleman Best, Robert Warren, Exeter, architect and surveyor Bevan, Theophilus, Tredegar, accountant Bevan, Edward, Clifton, Bristol, gentleman Bickell, William, Exeter, innkeeper Bickley, John, Clist Honiton, Devon, yeoman Bidders, Margaret, Bristol, spinster Bigg, Eliza, Exeter, spinster Bingley, Richard. Heavitree, near Exeter, esquire Binmore, John Harvey, Torquay, Devon, esquire Birkett, William Henry, Exeter, draper Birt, Howard Hinton, 35, Tollington road, Holloway, Lon- don, bookseller Bishop, William Richard, Expter, esquire Bishop, William Scott, Roborougb, Torrington, Devon, schoolmaster Bishop, John, Long Sutton, Somerset, saddler and harness maker Blaokmore, Ann, Ottery St Mary, Devon, widow Blackmore, Mary, Birustaple, spinster Blackmore, James Chanter, Bristol, accountant Blyth, Maria, Exeter, widow Hoard, Caroline, Exeter, spinster Body, Elizabeth Marten, ) Cheriton, Fitzpaine, Devon, Body, Ellen, j spinsters Body, John Bond, Plymouth, yeoman Bolt. Septimus, Exmouth, Devon, gardener Bond, Elizabeth, Exeter, spinster Bonii, Rosa Adelaide, Bath, spinster Bond, Henry, Exeter, cattle dealer Bond, Mary, Bristol, widow Bonter, Frederick William, Exeter, gentleman (1:1 Bourn, Betty, Bristol, widow Bourne, Jane, Beckington, near Bath, spinster Bourne, Anthony, Beckington, near Bath, nurseryman and seedsman Bowden, James, Pilt»n, near Barnstaple, seed merchant Bowden, John, Huish., Devon, farm bailiff Bowles, Charles (deceased), Shaftsbury, gentifman Bowering, Thomas, Moorlinch, Ashcott, Bath, yeoman Bowhay, Richard, Albaston, Calstock, Cornwall, wine and spirit merchant Bowring, Alexander, Polsham, near Wells, Somerset, yeo- man. Bowden, Samuel, Bristol, gardener Bradbeer, William Robert, Exeter, brush manufacturer Bradley, William, Exeter, house-decorator Bragg, William Strode, Taunton, stationer Bragg, William, Tauntnn, newspaper proprietor Braund, Emily Mary, 26.5 Regent-street, London, spinster Braund, Juliana Mary Kelly, Exeter, spinster Braund. Ellen Elizabeth Kelly, Exeter, spinster Brannan, Walter Chorley, ) Taanton, auctioneer Brannan, William Strode, ? Tunton, bookseller Branwhite, CII arles, Bristol, artist Branwbite, Ellen, Bristol, spinster Branwhite, Nathan, Bristol, gentleman Brayley, William Croyde, Georgeham, near Barnstaple, gentleman Bray, Edmund Fishley, Torpoint, Cornwall, seaman in H.M. service Brewer, William John, Birnstaple, veterinary surgeon Breillat. Sophia, Cromball, county Gloucester, widow Brioe, Henry, Wells, Somerset, gentleman Bricknell, Richard, Broadcliat, Devon, yeoman Bricknell, James, Bristol, confectioner Brimage, Jane Elizabeth, Higher Holcombe, near Teign- mouth, Devon, widow Brinsmead,, Hugh, senior, Exeter, builder Britton, Joseph Robert, Bristol, accountant Brock, Sarah Clampitt, ) Wife of George Brock, of Hol- ? loway in-Kenn, Devon, farmer Loveys, Rose Ann ) Kenford, Devon, spinster BrooKe, iboma, Kxeter, gentleman Brooking, John Trimole, Exeter, pawnbroker &c. Brooking, Emma Trimble, Exeter, spinster Brooks, George, Exeter, shoopkeeper Brooks, Thomas, Winterbourne, near Bristol, gentleman Brothers, George, Exeter, draper Browne, John, Bridgwater, merchant Browne, Jospph, Tavistock, Devon, banker Browne, William John, Chudleigh, Deyon, civil engineer Brown, Frances Milman, Torrington, Devon, spinster Brown, William (deceased), Torrington, Devon, innkeeper Brown, William, Exeter, woollen draper Brown, Archibald Douglai, Westbury-on-Trim.near Bristol, wholesale cabinet maker Brown, George Henry, Plymouth, merchant Brown, Emma Sarah, } 1 lIton» Dcvon' 8Pl»8^rs Brown, L ta, f Brown, John, Crediton, Devon, gentleman Browning, Elias, Crediton, Devon, boot and shoe manufac- turer Browning, Marianna, Alphington, near Exeter, spinster Bryant, George Squier, Bristol, gentleman Buckland, Francis, Nekton Abbot, Devon, auctioneer Buckingham, .Mary Ann, B'islol, spinster Budden, Ann Elizabeth, Heavitree, Exeter, widow Bull, James, Clevedon, Somerset, accountant Bulley, Elizabeth, Exeter, widow Bunter, James (deceased), Taunton, banker Bunbury, George Benjamin, Weston super Mare, ( commander R.N. Lauga, Thomas Fredk. Johnston, ? St Leonard's on the ? Sea, gentleman Bunbury, George Benjamin, Weston super Mare, Com- mander R.N Bunbury, Rev Thomas Edwin George, Weston super Mare, clerk Burrington, Thomas Anstey, Halberton, Devon, relieving officer Burlaod, Hugh (deceased), Westbury on Trym, near Bristol, gentleman Burgess, Edwin, Bristol, confectioner Burgess, James, Clifton, Bristol, grocer Burleigh, Alfred, Bristol, surgeon Burmester, Charles, Weston Lodge, near Ross, Hereford- shire, esquire Burrow, Elizabeth, Ottery St. Mary, Devon, spinster Burrow, Frederic, Collumpton, Devon, gentleman Burrow, Mary, Floxton, Ottery St. Mary, Devon, spinster Burrow, Sarah SpiHer, Ottery St. Mary, Devon, spinster Burrup, John, I Gloucester, olicitor Washbourn, Thos. Buchanan, ( Gloucester, M.D. Busby, Charles, Bideford, Devon, gentleman Bushell, Thomas, Elmdon Hall, near Birmingham, butler Bushell, William Henry, Down St. Mary, Devon, wheel- wright Butler, Elizabeth Walker. Exeter. widow- 4 Butler, Heniietta, Exeter, spinster HllXton, Sn-nli, WLDOW Buxton Mary, Exeter, spinster Bu?z?rd, William, j West Town, BackweH, Somer- ? set, gentleman Macy, Ernest Augustus, ? Gosport, Lieut. Royal Mahnes Bjrt, Francis, Sbepton Mallet, Somerset, gentleman Caddy, Elizabeth (deceased), Exeter, spinster Cairncroes, Thomas, Bristol, gentleman C.illaghan, Gerard Stanley, Chepstow, banker Callaghan, Isabel Louisa, Winterbourne, near Bristol, spinster Campion, Robert Taylor, I Exeter, gentleman Tozer, Itichard Johr, J Exeter, chemist Cann, William, Exeter, gentlei an Cann, Eleanor, Exeter, spinster Cann, James, Morchard Bishop, Devon, baker Capenhnrst, Elizabeth, Bristol, widow Capes, William, Welle, Somerset, gentleman Carlile, George Byron, Exeter, fruiterer Carter, Thomas, Eveter, gentleman Carter, Robert, Tipton, Ottery St. Mary, Devon, yeoman Carter, James, E eter, ironmonger Carter, Samuel, Exeter, draper Carter, James, ) Exeter, ironmonger rs., Halsey, Pitman, ) Exeter, haberdasher 'f | Carter, Maria, Bristol, widow Carde, John, Swansea, gentleman Carde, Mary, Mark, Somerset, spinster Carey, William, Bath, job-master Carrington, John Patient, Warminster, gentleman Castle, Edward Handy, Swansea, master mariner Catford, Hyla, Exeter, woollen-draper Cato, John, Huish, Devon, gardener Cavill, Robert, Swansea, aicent Chadwick, Joseph, Earle's Court. Ide, Devon, gentleman Chard, Henry, Keynsham, near Bristol, gentleman Chard, Ann, Mountlands, Taunton, spinster Chard, Henrietta Maria, Bristol, spinster Charles, Amelia, t Wife of Thomas Charles, 9, Arabella Row, C h arles, Amelia, i Pimlico, London, ifshmonger Coome. Susan, ) Weston-super-Mare, spinster Chappie, Thomas, South Molton, Devon, gentleman Chappie, Robert, Newton Abbot, Devon, pipe manufac- turer Chappell, Jane, Bristol, widow Chadwick, George, Bath, gentleman Chamberlain, Sarah Jane, Huxham, Devon, widow Chanell, Mary Ann, Chalmleigh, Devon, spinster Channon, James, Taunton, esquire Chasty, Richard, Colebrook, Devon, yeoman Chesterman, Mary Ann, Godalming, Surrey, spinster Child, Mary Ann, Wooton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, spinster Cbitts, Ursula, (deceased,) Thornbury, near Bristol, sliinster Chorley, John, Taunton, gentleman Chown, Robert, 23, De Laune-street, South-place, Kenning- tonpark-road, London Chown,Ellon Amelia, v Wife of Robt. Chown, of 23, de Lsune ( street, South-place, Kennington- 1 park-road, London, gentleman Way, John, jnD., Exete, plate and watch dealer Chugg, Mary, Barnstaple, spinster Chudleigh, Elizabeth Ann, Exeter, widow Churchill, Joseph, Bristol, professor-of music Churchward, Andrew, (deceased),'Abbotskerswell, Devon, gentleman Clark, Mary, Bristol, widow Clark, Martha Elizabeth, Bristol, spinster Clarke, Henry Theophilus, Exeter, commercial traveller Clarke, John Robert, Countessweir, near Exeter, hide factor Clarke, Septimus, 4, Stationers' Hall Court, London, bookseller Clarke, Mary Ann, 3, Princess-street, Hanover-square, London, spinster Clake, William, Bristol, hatter Clements, John, Torquay, Devon, esquire Cleverdon, Mary, Menwinnick, near Launceston, Cornwall, widow Clifton, John Tavistock, Devon, tanner Clilt, Edward, Whimple, Devon, yeoman Coates, William, Torquay, Devon, M.D. Coateg, J ost-ph, Clifton, Bristol, esq uire 5 l- Coats, Thoruas, Ba>nst-iple, butcher Cockerham, John, Pulhayes, East Budleigb, Devon, yeoman Cockerham, Sarah, Broadclist, Devon, widow I Cockiam, William Marchant, Broadclist, Devon, yeoman Codner, Hichard, Kingskerswell, Devon, merchant Coggan, Henry, junior, Langport, Somerset, gentleman Coggan, Edith Gould, Langport, Somerset, spinster Cohen, Matilda, Mumbles, near Swansea, spinster Cohen, Charlotte, Swansea, spinster Colson, Ellpn Laura, Exeter, spii.ster Cole, John, Tavistock, Devon, innkeeper Cole, Harriet Maria, Barnstaple, spinster Cole, Williaca, Î Tavistok, Devon, black" I I smith Allen, Henry, t Tavitock, Devon, painter Pearce, James, [Tavistock, Devon, iron- I founder Yelland, Jeremiah Helliar, J Tavistock, Devon, builder Cole, John, Pill" wen lIy, Newport, Mon., colliery agent Cole, Edelin, Exeter, spinster Cole, Emma Jane, Exeter, spinster Cole, Samuel, Dawlish, Devon, grocer Coles, Richard, Ebford, near Topsham, Devon, yeoman Coles, Henry, Wells, Somerset, gentleman Coles, Frances Rich, Glencot, near Wells, Somerset, spinster Collacott, Francis Richard, Tavistock, Devon, hairdresser Collacott, John Phillips, Tavistock, Devon, innkeeper Collacott, James, Tavistock, Devon, gentleman Collins, Mary, Brixham, Devon, widow Collins, George, Chewton Mendip, near Bath, yeoman Collins, James Henry, Exeter, woollendraper Collins, William Henry, Chewton Mendip, near Bath, gent Collins, Maria, Exeter, widow Collins, Joseph Langford, Chewton Mendip, near Bath, farmer Colt, Thomas Aroher, Maidencombe, Torquay, Devon, M.D. Colthurst, George, Chew Magna. near Bristol, gentleman Colthurst, James fl inter, Tyr ?hil, Blackwood, near New- port, Mon.. surgeon Colthurst, George Edward, Chew Magna, near Bristol, timber merchant Commin, Willirim, Newton Abbott, Devon, grocer Com-,ton, Mary, Deptftrd. spinster Connett, Sarah, Exeter, spinster Coombs, Eliza, Bristol, spinster Cooper, William. Bristol, surgeon Cooke, Mary, Clifton, Bristol, spinster Cope, Bobert, Ross, Herefordshire, gentleman Copp, Henry, Horwood, near Bideford, Devon, yeoman Copn Williatn, Horwood, near Barnstaple, yeoman Cory, Ellen, St Austell, Cornwall, spinster Cory, Maria, St Austell, Cornwall, spinster Cornigb, James William, Bishopsteignton, Devon, farmer Coster, Mary Ann, 2, Upper Hyde Park-street, Hyde Park- snuare, London, spinster Cotton Henry Essery, St Austell, Cornwall, ironmonger Cotber, Ellen Wintle, Hasfield, near Gloucester, spinster Courpon, John Peter, Heavitree, near Exeter, gardener Courtney, Joi n, Silverton, Devon, gentleman Cousins, John, Exeter, gentleman Cousins, Samuel, 24, Camden-square, St. Pan eras, London, R A. Cowd, James Clements, Cambridge, gentleman Cox, Carolina, Exeter, spinster Cox Thomas. General Post-office, London, mail officer Cox; John, Heavitree, Devon, gentleman Cragg, Phebe, Exeter, spinster Cridland, Edmund Franeia, Plymouth, merchant Crispin, John, Warminster, schoolmaster Croorne, John, Exeter, gentleman Crook, Elizabeth, Pilton, Devon, spinster Cross, Henry, Plymouth, banker Cross, Elizabeth, Plymouth, widow Cros., William, Exeter, gentleman Cross, Henry I Plymouth, banker Fitze, Henry Cosentine I Exeter, commercial trueller Cross, Henry, t Plymouth, gentleman Damerell, John, ) Exeter, ironmonger CrossweU, John, Tredegar, chemist Cruse, Louisa, 3, Park place, Newland street, Kensington, London, widow Cumberland, Amelia [dec.], Twerton, near Bath, widow Curson, William, jun., South Zeal, Devon, machinist Curson, Elizabeth Esther, South Zeal, Devon, spinster Curtis, William, Plymouth, solicitor Dale, George, Exeter, gentleman Dalley, John, Haccombe, Newtown Abbot, Devon, butler Dalling, Elizabeth, Iifracombe, Devon, spinster Damerel, John, Exeter, ironmonger Damerel, John, Exeter, J P. Daniell, Ellen, junior, St. Austell, Cornwall, spinster Darbey, Mary Ann, Hinton St. George, near Ilmineter, Somerset, spinster Darbey, John, Hinton St. George, near Ilminster, Somerset, yeoman Darke, Arthur James, Exmouth, Devon, accountant Dart, William, Barnstaple, solicitor's clerk Davey, Mary, Exeter, spinster Davey, George Goss, Tiverton, Devon, bootmaker Davie, William Bnwcher, Kingsbridge, Devon, banker Davies, Samuel, Merthyr, draper Davies, John, Swansea, commercial traveller Davies, Samuel j Topsham, Devon, gentleman Mortimer, William eter sharebroker Hartnoll, Francis Edward ) Exeter, accountant Davies, Hannah, Bristol, widow Davison, Anne Goodall, Park terrace, Highbury, Lon* don, widow Dawe, John Nanscawen, ) Devonport, draper Da,?e, John Nanseawen, I Pl y inoijth, conchbuilder Prin, Edwin, Plymouth, coacbbutlde Dawson, Rev Benjamin Smith, Yazor, Herefordshire, clerk in holy orders Dean, Bather, Lancaster, spinster Deane, Martha, Wincanton, Somerset, widow Delbridge, Sarah, Exeter, spinster Dening, Rachel, Waxway, Ottery St. Mary, Devon, spinster Denner, Emraeline, Kingsbridge, Devon, spinster Dester! Anne Birkswel), near Coventry, spinster 1 Dester John, Bristol, banker Dewey, Augusta Bloodworth, 11, Devonshire Road. Hollo- j way, London, widow Dewdney, Harriet, Exeter, spinster Dicker, John, Birmingham, gentleman Digby, Harriette Maria, 17, Park-tcrrace, aighbur)-, London, spinster Digby, Jeremy Taylor, Bath, banker Dobinson, Joseph, 67, Orb-street, East-street, Walworth, Surrey, currier Doidije, John, Truro, banker Doidge, Richard, Woodley, near Tavistock, Devon, gent. Doveton, Bazett, Bristol, gentleman Downing, Mary Norman, Georgeham, near Barnstaple, spinster Drake, Edwin, Exeter, veterinary surgeon Drake, Harriet Edwina, Exeter, spinster Drake, Henry Holman, St. Austell, Cornwall, gentleman Drew, Ann, Reading, widow Drew, Robert (deceased), Bath, stay manufacturer Drew, Jacob Halls, Bath, gentleman Drowe, Sarah, Taunton, widow Dugdale, George, Bristol, master mariner Dunn, William Henry, Ashton, near Brestol, gentleman Dunn, Anna ￼ ￼ Dunn, Elizabeth, xeter, splDsters Dunn, Rev Stephen, A'.ch Lench, near Evesham, Worcester. shire, baptist minister uarnstapre, tailor Dunning, Elizabeth, Winkleigh, North Devon, spinster Dyer, Henry, Cardiff, commercial traveller Dyer, Robert, Braunton, Devon, gentleman Dyke, David, Topsham, Devon, gentleman Dyke, William, Butleigh, Somerset, farmer, &c. Dyke, Thomas Jones, Merthyr, surgeon Dykes, Henry. Bristol, Superintendent of Bristol and Exeter Railway Eager, George Mark, Bristol, licensed victualler Eisterbrook, Elizabeth, Exeter, spinster Eastbope, Anne (deceased), Broseley, Salop, widow Edgcombo, Anne, Ramsey, Isle of Man, widow Edkins, Mary Anne, Bristol, spinster Edmunds, Edmund, Clifton, Bristol, esquire Edsall, Caroline (deceased), Topsham, Devon, spinster Edsall, William Viner, 2, Hamilton-place, North Brixton, London, gentleman Edwards, Elizibeth Catherine, Plymouth, spinster Edwards, George, Bovey Tracey, Devon, yeoman Edwards, James, Bridport, Dorset, merchant Edwards, Mary (deceased), Downend, near Bristol, spinster Edwards, Thomas, Georgebam, near Barnstaple, butler Edwards, Thomas John, Pencoed, near Bridgend, gent Edwards, William Richard, Longbrook, West Alviugton, Devon, yeoman E ford, Thomas, Plympton, Devon, gentleman Ellis, Edward, Newtown St Cyres, Devon, land surveyor Ellis, William, Exeter, accountant Elsbury, Sarah, Clifton, Bristol, spinster Elee, Richard Charles, Bridgwater, civil engineer Elson, Eliza, We.-ton-super-Mare, spinster Elton, Rev Romeo, Bath, D.D. Emett, Clifford, Bristol, accountant Emily Sarah, 1 Exeter widow Emily, Charlotte Anne, I Ditto, spinster England, George, sen, Springhill House, Upper Clapton, London, gentleman Evans, Eliza, Newport, Monmouthshire, spinster Evans, Martha, Bristol, spinster Ezekiel, Lionel, Buckfastleigh, Devon, draper Farrant, Sarah,.Tiverton, Devon, spinster Farr-ut, Anne, Tiverton, Devon, spinster Featherstone, Jane, Plymouth, widow I Ferrett, Ann, Exeter, spinster ( Ferris, Priscilla, Plymouth, widow Fielder, William, Dinder, near Wells, Somerset, gentleman Finch, William (deceased), Bristol, wire worker Fisher, Mary, Barnstaple, spinster Fisher, William, Bayly, Pilton, Devon, yeoman Fitze, Ellen, Exeter, spinster Fitzgerald, Crofton (deceased), Sidmouth, Devon, esquire Fitzgerald, Crofton (deceased), I Sidmouth, Devon, esq. Grey, Artbhur, East India Civil Service, ) | Bombay, esquire Fleming, Sarah, Barnstaple, spinster Foale, William, senior (deceased), Newton Abbot, Devon, esquire Follett, Richard, Chittlehampton, Devon, farmer Force, Edwin, Exeter, aitorney-at-law Force, Sarah Jane, Exeter, spinster Ford, William, Exeter, gentleman Ford, Jane, Tilstone, Exeter, spinster Fothorgill, Mary Ann, Bristol, widow Fox, Thomas Were, Plymouth. merchant Foxford, Ann, Exeter, spinster Foxwell, Ed win, Kingsholm, Gloucester, gentleman Francis, Mary, btoke Canon, Devon, spinster Franklin, Joseph Norris, Westborough, Teignmoutb, Devon, yeoman Fraser, Patrick Henry. Instow, Devon, esquire French, John Darbey, Exeter, corn dealer Fulford, John, Maindee, Newport, Mon., geutleman Fuller, Charles, Exeter, commercial traveller Furze, Joseph, Tavistock, Devon, innkeeper Furze, William, Uffculme, Devon, brewer Gains, William Brewer, Payhembury, Ottery St Mary, Devon, esquire Gale, Henry Dare, Exeter, accountant Gamble, Charles Hanlen, Barnstaple, surgeon Gamble, Rebecca ) Barnstaple, spinster Gamble, Mary Rebecca ? Barnstaple, spinster Game, Elizabeth, Trull, Taunton, widow Gandy, Ann, Exeter, spinster Gardner, Henry Gale, Bristol, gentleman Gath, Samuel, Tiverton, Devon, gentleman Gath, Thomas, Bristol, watchmaker Gay, Edwin, Bristol, builder Geach, Nicholas Henry, Halwyn, Mylor, Falmouth, Cornwall, farmer George, Margaret, Bath, spinster George, Richard Francis, Bath, esquire George, Ernest, Burdon Bradley, Weston Super Mare, banker George, Rev Hereford Brooko, Bath, clerk Gervis, Elizabeth Ashburton, Devon, widow Gervis, Walter Soper ? Ashburton, Devon, surgeon Gervis, Elizabeth Soper J | Ashburton, Devon, spinster Gervis, Lavinia Ashburton, Devon, spinster Gibney, Robert Dwarris ) Warminster, adjutant of volunteers Sparkcs, Weston Joseph j Crediton, Devon, gent. Gibbons, George, Weston super Mare, chemist Gifford, Rev Joseph, Newport, near Barnstaple, clerk Gilbart, Charles, Mumbles, near Swansea, master mariner Gilbert, John Pomeroy, Bristol, banker Gilbert, John Pomeroy, I J3118101* ees8qQuuiirreess Murch, Gerom, rIS 0 esqUIres Gillard, John, Collompton, Devon, gentleman Gillard, William (deceased), Charleton, near Kings- bridge, Devon, shopkeeper Glanfield, Ann, Torquay, Devon, spinster Glanvill, Henry, Exeter, grocer Glass, Thomas, Tawstock, Devon, farm bailiff Godson, Rev Edwin, Horrington, near Wells, Somerset, clerk in holy orders I Godwin, Charles, Bristol, wireworker Godfrey, Henry, Weir Barton, near Topsham, Devon, yeoman Goodfellow, Anne Rooke, Ladock, near Grampound, Cornwall, spinster Goodridge, James Snow, 260 Upper-street, Islington, London, merchant Gould, Charles, Heavitree Bridge, near Exeter, gent. Gould, Eliza Ann, Exeter, spinster Gould, Elizabeth Harriett, Exeter, spinster Gould, John, Blatchford, Exeter, gentleman Gould, John Blatchford ) Exeter, gentleman Hughes Henry Cooper I Exeter, Ironmonger Gould, John Blatchford 1 Exeter, gentlenan Parker, Walker ? Thrapstone, Northampton- ) shire, builder Gould, Mary Jane, Exeter, widow Graham, Henrietta Cherrie, Shrewsbury, widow Grant, Edward, Exeter, druggist Grant, Henrietta, St Austell, Cornwall, spinster Gray, Robert John, Alphinton, near Exeter, gent. Green Robert, Taunton, wine and spirit merchant Green,: Samuel, Bristol, commercial traveller Green, William, Exeter, Inspector of Bristol and Exeter Railway police Greenfield, Thomas Williams, Tavistock, Devon, ac- countant Greenfield, Anne, Tavistock, Devon, spinster Greenfield, James, Tavistock, Devon, high bailifE of County court Greensil, Henry William, Fishponds, near Bristol, druggist I Greenslade, Edward Acraman, Bristol, brush manu- facturer Gregory, John, Heavitree, Exeter, joiner Gregory, Sarah, Exeter, widow Gresswell, George (deceased), Taunton. bookbinder Gresswell, Azubah, Chudleigb, Devon, spinster i Griffin, John Rewe, near Exeter, yeoman Grffin, Thomas, Higher Huxham, near Stoke Canon, I Devon, yeoman Griffith, Rev Samuel Young Neyler, Oxford, clerk. Griffith, Charles, Bristol, surgeon Grills, John ) Pittaford, Slapton, Devon, ￼ ? yeoman I! Henley, Thomas Leaman ) Sevenoaks, Kent, M.D Grose, Joseph, Helstone, Cornwall, gentleman. I Grose, Joseph, jun., Real del Monte Mines, Mexico, mining agent Bnstol? grocer a Guest, James, Lower Eastoo, near Bri. stol, assistant Gully, Thomas, Bristol, assistant grocer Gwyther, John, Bristol, accountant Haddon, John Deacon, Wellington, Somerset, draper Hagley, John, Frome, Somerset, accountant Hake, Frances, Exeter, spinster |I Hall, Elizabeth, Stoke, Devonport, widow Hail, Elizabeth, jun., Stoke, Devonport, spinster Hall, Henry, ) Exeter, carver and gilder Hall, Mary, ) Exeter, widow Hall, John, Welcombe, Stratford-on-Avon, gentleman Hall, Maria, Sea Mills, near Bristol, spinster iT Hall, Mary, Bristol, spinster Hall, Mary, 6, Alexander terrace, St Mary's road, Queen's road, Peckham, London, spinster Hall, Mary Jane, Exeter, spinster | Halloran, Arthur Boutcher Gill, Heavitree, Devon, 1. schoolmaster Halls, William Langdon, 1 Exeter, grocer Halls, Mary Anne Leonora, I Exeter, wife of ditto Halse, Richard Clarence, 61, Cheapside, London, solicitor Halse, Richard Clarence, 61, Cheapside, London, gent. Halsey, Pitman, Exeter, haberdasher Halson, Robert, Bridgwater, shopkeeper Hambly, Edmund, Bodway, Menheniot, Cornwall, esq. F,ambly, Charles Joseph, Taunton, chemist Hamerton, William, Exeter, stationer 1 Hammett, Frederick Scott, Wellington, Somerset, boot- maker Hamlin, Frederick Pitt, Exeter, gentleman Hancock, Francis, Exeter, gentleman Hancock, Susan, Bristol, widow Harden, John, Bideford, Devon, brewer Hardwidge, Betsy, Langford, Somerset, spinster Hardy, George, Exeter, gentleman Harries, Edward, Bristol, gentleman Harris, Henry, Exeter, bookbinder Harris, James, Barnstaple, merchant Harris, Elizabeth, Weston super Mare, widow Harris, Robert Bath, gentleman Bulgin, Joseph [deceased] ) Bradford, Wilts, gent. Harris, Thomas, Bristol, butler Harris, Samuel John, Bristol, rag merchant Harris, William, Wells, Somerset, gentleman Harrison, William, Hereford, farmer » Hare, John, Clifton, Bristol, esquire Harding, John Millard, ) Shrewsbury, draper Harding, Richmond, ? Long Ashton, near Bristol, ) yeoman Hart, James, St. Day, Cornwall, brewer Hart, Thomas Bartle, Pensanooth, Perranarworthal, Cornwall, brewer Harger, Frank, Exeter, geutleman Hartree, Thomas, Bath, hotel keeper Harvey, Jacob Edward, Torquay, Devon, civil engineer Harvey, John, Broseley, Salop, accountant Harvey, John Tapley, Torquay, Devon, architect Harvey, John Tapley, ) Torquay, Devon, architects and Harvey, William, ) builders Harvey, William, ) Torquay, Devon, architects Harvey, John Tapley, ) and builders Harvey, Mary Frances, Torquay, Devon, spinster Harvey, William, Cork, gentleman Harvey, William, Cork, esquire Harvey, Rev Thomas Cowell, Lewes, Sussex, clerk in holy orders Harvey, George, 89, Hereford Road, Bayswater, Lon- don, gentleman Harvey, Edwin Herbert, Stokeinteignhead, Devon, yeoman Hatch, Elizabeth Anne, Exeter, spinster Hatch, Sarah Frances, Exeter, spinster Hattin, Daniel, Silverton, Devon, gentleman Hattin, William, Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon, yeoman Hawke, Nicholas, Trevenen, Plymouth, commercial traveller Hawke, John Andrew, Grenoble, France, glove mer- chant Hawkings, Thomas, junior, Bristol, gentleman Hawkins, Ann, Bristol, widow Haydon, Robert Catford Tiverton, Devon, yeoman Gill, Henry Septimus, I Tiverton, Devon, gentleman Hayman, Grace, Barnstaple, spinster Hayman, Ellen Manning, Exeter, spinster Hayman, James, Sidbury, Devon, baker Hayman, Samuel Pidgley, Exeter, accountant Haymes, William, Exmouth, Devon, bootmaker Heal, Richard, Fremington, Devon, merchant Heard, Henry Ellis, Dolton, Devon, gentleman Heard, Robert Ross, Exeter, accountant Heard, George, Bideford, Devon, merchant Hearle, Stephen Dobie (deceased), Holsworthy, Devon, surgeon Hearn, John, Dawlish, Devon, draper Hebditch, Elizabeth, Crewkerne, Somerset, widow Hedgeland, Mary, Exeter, spinster Hedgeland, Charlotte, Exeter, spinster Hedgeland, Charles, Exeter, esquire Hellier, Faith, Clist St. George, Devon, spinster Hellier, Louisa, Clist St. George, Devon, spinster Heilings, Benjamin, j Reading, accountant Colber, Rev Henry Nicholas, r Trinity Clergy House, 1 Great Portland-st., ) London, clerk Hembry, James, Edith [Meads, Highbridge, Somerset, farmer Hemens, William Tuckett, Bridford, Devon, farmer Henley, Thomasine Leaman, Abbotskerswell, Devon, spinster Hennessy, Joseph, Bristol, cattle salesman Herbert, Sarah Jane, Exeter, spinster Herbert, Mary Ann, Exeter, spinster Herring, Charlotte, Crediton, Devon, widow Hettish, Frederick, Exeter, watchmaker Hettish, Simon, Exeter, watchmaker Hewer, David Poole, Taunton, accountant Hewlings, John Quantock, Bristol, accountant Hews, Bessie Scphia, Exeter, spinster Hexter, Abraham Soper, Exeter, gentleman Heynes, Thomas, Plymouth, gentleman Heywood, John, Lynmouth, North Devon, grocer Hibberd, John, Exeter, chemist and druggist Higginson, Arabella Montagu, Exeter, spinster xiiggms, Candia Brook, Otley, near Leeds, spinster Higgins, Anne, Heavitree, Devon, widow Hill, Mary, Stanton Court, Pensford, near Bristol, spinster Hill, Mary, Churchill, near Bristol, spinster Hill, Mary Ann Snell, Exeter, spinster Hill, Richard Stevenson, Torrington, Devon, stud groom Hill, William, Barnstaple, innkeeper Hill, William (deceased), Westbury on Trym, Glouces- tershire, gentleman Hillcock, William Pepys (deceased), Canal de Brienne, Toulouse, France, civil engineer Hillcock, Robert Lewis, Uffculme, near Cullompton, Devon, gentleman Hillier, Henry, Wells, Somerset, gentleman Hoare, John, Bridport, Dorset, tea dealer Hodgson, Samuel Butler, Exeter, gentleman Hogan, James, Bridgewater, gentleman Holborow, Mary Ann, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucester- shire, spinster Holborow, George, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, baker Holbrooke, Georgina, Wimbledon, Surrey, spinster Holbrooke, Caroline, Wimbledon, Surrey, spinster Holbrooke, Rev Frederick George f Portslade, Sussex, clerk Roas, Rev George, l Tywardreath, Par Station, Cornwall, clerk Hole, Martha, Georgeham, near Barnstaple, spinster Holman, John l Exeter, accountant Holman, Emma, j Exeter, wife of ditto Holman, Henry, Plymouth, gentleman Honywil, Grace, Bishopsteignton, Devon, widow Hood, George, Stevenstone, near Torrington, Devon, gardener Hooper, James, Havelock-terrace, 134, Downham-road, Islington, London, gentleman Hooper, John, Iddesleigh, Devon, gentleman 'v II. i