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PUBLIC FUNDED DEBT.
An Account of the PUBLIC FUNDED DEBT OF GREAT BRITAIN, as the same stood on the 1st of February, 1815.
TOTAL DEBT UNREDEEMED.
Bank of England and Annuities, 1751
12,686,600 0 0 25,984,684 13 111 362,928,558 4 5 168,794,022 01
22,391,877 19 111 1,309,585 14 51
238,294 10 0
of Parliament Annual or other Sums payable to the Commisioners for the Reduction of the National. Debe| 1,480,049
Total of Annual Expense
35,413,807 18 74
An Account of the UNFUNDED DEBT and DEMANDS OUTSTANDING on the 5th Day of January, 1815.
68,580,524 10 4
PRICE OF STOCKS FOR EACH MONTH IN 1815-Lowest and Highest.
Bank 13 p. ct. 3 p. ct./4 p. ct.15 p. ct. Long | India India
cons. Navy. Ann. Stock. Bonds.
S. Sea Irish 5
LIST OF PATENTS,
From November 1814, to September 1815.
Robert Dickinson, for improvements John White, for a method of ma. in the art of sadlery.
king candles. Ditto, for improvements in the ma- Joseph Harris, for improvements nufacture of barrels and other pack in military clothing. ages.
John Cattler, for improvements in Robert Salmon, for improved move. fire-places, stoves, &c. ments in working cranes, mills, &c. Christopher Dill, for a masticcement. Edward Glover, for an apparatus
James Collier, for an apparatus for for extracting bolts, nails, &c. raising water, &c.
Hen. Julius Winter, for a method Frederic Marquis de Chabanes, for for giving effect to various operating a method of extracting more caloric processes.
from fuel, and applying to warming John Fr. Wyatt, for a new kind of rooms. bricks or blocks applicable to various John Carpenter, for an improved purposes.
knapsack. Joseph C. Dyer, for improvements Jean Raudont, for improvements in in machinery for manufacturing cards, dioptric telescopes. for carding wool, cotton, silks, &c. James Miller, for improvements in
James Smith, for a self-acting sash- the apparatus for distillation. fastening
John Wood, for improvements in W. Everhard Baron Von Dornich, the machinery for spinning cottonfor improvements in the manufacture wool, &c.
Joseph and Peter Taylor, for imJohn Vallance, jun., for an appara. provements in weaving mixed cloths tus for securing brewers' vats or store of cotton, worsted, silk, &c. casks.
James Thomson, for improvements Robert Dickinson, for improvements in printing cloth, of cotton or linen, or in implements relative to navigation. both.
Edward Jordan and William Cooke, William Griffith, for an improved for an apparatus for the detection of toast-stand. thieves.
R. Jones Tomlinson, for improveFrederick Koenig, for improvements ments in constructiog the roofs of in his method of printing by machinery, buildinge.
William Moult, for a mode of eva. William Losh, for a plan for fur. poration and sublimation.
naces to beat boilers and convert li. Joseph Burrel, for a safe.guard on quids to steam for the purpose of getuing in and out of carriages. working machinery.
Jonah Dyer, for an improved ma- Joshua Shaw, for improvements in chine for shearing woollen cloth. the glazier's diamond.
Samuel Brown, for an improved William Bell, for a method of marudder and apparatus for governing king wire. ships.
Michael Billingsley, for improve. Ralph Dodd and George Stevenson, ments in the steam-engine. for improvements in the construction Sam. John Pauley and Durs Egg, of locomotive engines.
for certain aërial conveyances to be William Michell and John Lawton, steered by philosophical, chemical, or for a lock and key applicable to vari- mechanical means. ous purposes.
Jacob Wilson, for improvements in Thomas Deakin, for a portable kit. bedsteads and furniture. chen
William Bush, for a method for Dudly Adams, for improvements in preventing accidents from horses fall. the construction of tubes and other ing with two-wheeled carriages. parts of telescopes.
Peter and John Martineau, for me. William Wood, for the manufacture thods of refining certain vegetable suband application of materials to render stances. ships and other vessels water-tight. J. J. Alexander Maccarthy, for a
Robert Dickinson, for improve method of paving streets, roads, &c. ments in the fabrication of sundry Charles Pitt, for a method for the tools and implements.
secure conveyance of small parcels, &c, John Mills, for improved elastic Samuel Pratt, for a wardrobe tra. stays.
velling trunk. Elir. Beveridge, for an improved Archibald Kenrick, for improve. bedstead.
ments in mills for grinding coffee, Thomas Potts, for the production malt, &c. of pure fresh warm air.
John Pugh, for a new method of Jonathan Ridgeway, for a method making salt-pans. of casting and fixing metallic types Jonathan Ridgeway, for a new meupon cylinders.
thod of pumping William Bell, for improvements in John Kilby, for improvement in the the apparatus for writing or designs. art of brewing malt liquors.
Henry Houldsworth, for a method John Ling ford, for a self-regula. of discharging air and steam from pipes ting truss. for heating buildings.
Ben. Steevens, for an improved meCharles Gent and Square Clark, thod of making soap. for an apparatus for winding silk, Richard Trevithick, for improve
Richard Smith, for improvements ments on the high pressure of steamin smelting and refining metals. engines.
Thomas Bagot, for a machine for Julien Jorett, John Postel, and passing boats from a higher to a low- Lewis Contesse, for a method of exer level, and the contrary, without tracting gold and silver from refiners' loss of water.
cinders. William Vaughan Palmer, for a John Taylor, for a mode of produmethod of twisting and laying of cing gas for the purpose of affording hemp, flax, ropes, &c.