The Statutes at Large (Ruffhead)/Volume 9/List of Subscribers



LIST OF SUCH OF THE

SUBSCRIBERS NAME

AS HAVE COME TO HAND.

A.

  • ROBERT Akenhead, Bookseller, in Newcastle upon Tyne.
  • Mr. Alexander, at Colne.
  • ——Ashton, Esq; Marshal of the King's Bench.
  • Mr. Aston, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. Atwood, -Attorney at Law.
  • ——Allen, Gent, of Furnival's Inn.
  • George Andrews, Esq; of Wells, Somersetshire,
  • William Andrews, Gent.
  • Robert Austin, Esq; of Peterborough.
  • The Rev. Mr. George Atwood.
  • Mr. Antony, of Cursitor's-Street.
  • Lancelet Andrews, Esq; Clothworkers-Hall.
  • The Rev. Mr. George Atwood.
  • Mr. William Aspinal, Attorney, at Burnley.

B.

  • Henry Brooker, Gent. Keeper of the Records in the Augmentation Office.
  • Ralph Bell, Esq; at Thirsk.
  • William Bowes, Esq; in York.
  • Mr. Baynes at Middleham.
  • Mr. Brooke, in Davygate, York.
  • Bryant Barrett, Esq; of Craven-Street.
  • John Barrow M. D. of Haverford-west.
  • The Rev. Mr. Hugh Brown of Haverford-west
  • Mr. Peter Broome of Ludlow, in Shropshire, Attorney at Law.
  • Mess. Bagshaw and Co. Threadneedle-Street, London.
  • Mr. William Boucher of Salisbury.
  • Mr. Brickle, Attorney at Law, of Shastsbury.
  • Mr. Brewster, Attorney at Law, of the Borough.
  • Mr. Richard Brown, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. James Bambridge, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. Broom, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Walter Brooke, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Burman, Attorney at Law, of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. William Basset, Attorney at Law, Glamorganshire.
  • ——Barnard, Esq; in Sheer-Lane:
  • Mr. Robert Baxter, Gent, of Furnival's Inn.
  • Mr. Bristow, Attorney at Law.
  • Osborne Barwell, Esq;
  • The Hon. Smith Barry of Belmont, Cheshire.
  • Mr. Nathaniel Beard, Gent, of Aldermanbury.
  • Thomas Boulby, Esq;
  • John Bright, Esq; of Retford, Nottinghamshire.
  • Tomlinson Busby, Esq; of Westbourne Green, Middlesex.
  • Mr. Christopher Bainbridge, Gent, of Ratcliff Highway.
  • Mr. Brookbank, Stationer, in Holborn,
  • Mr. Bathoe, Bookseller, in the Strand.
  • Edward Bullingbroke, L. L. D. of Dublin.
  • Mr. Joseph Baldwin, of Covent Garden.
  • Mr. Samuel Baldwin, Gent, of the Custom-House.
  • William Baldwin, Esq-, of the Inner-Temple.
  • Mr. Edward Baughton, Gent.
  • Mr. Burrell Bryan, of Broom Park, Northumberland.
  • Mr. Isaac John Beazley, Gent, of Gray's Inn.
  • Mr. William Barton Borwick, Gent, of Gray's Inn.
  • John Booth, Esq; of Glendenhall.
  • Oliver Baron, Esq; of the Inner-Temple.
  • Mr. John Bannister, Gent, of Liverpool.
  • Mr. Joseph Burnham, Gent, of Aylesbury.
  • Mr. Fleetwood Berry, Gent.
  • Mr. John Barnardiston, Gent.
  • Mr. Samuel Butler, Gent, of St, Mary Axe.
  • Mr. Bonnel, Attorney at Law, of Warwickshire.
  • Mr. Edward Burton, of Chesterficld, Derbyshire.
  • J. Baker, Esq;
  • Ralph Bradley, Esq; of Stockton, in the County of Durham.
  • Mr. Bradley, Attorney at Law, at Leigh.
  • Mr. John Balfour, Bookseller, in Edinburgh, 14 Setts.
  • The Rev. Mr. Buxton, of Darsham, in Suffolk.
  • Mr. George Barber, Gent, of Lyon's Inn.
  • Mr. Beart, Gent, of Ixworth.
  • Mr. Thomas Brooke, jun. Gent, of Jermyn-Street.
  • Mr. Brooke, Attorney at Law, Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

C.

  • The Earl of Cowper.
  • The Rev. John Calthorp, M. A. Vicar of Boston, Lincolnshire.
  • John Campbell, Esq;
  • Peter Campbell, Esq;
  • Gedney Clarke, Esq;
  • Mr. William Chapman, at Oulfton.
  • Charles Coxe, Kemble, Wilts.
  • John Carter, Esq; at Deal, Kent.
  • Sir John Chichester, Bart.
  • D. Campbell, Esq; Charles Town, South. Carolina.
  • Mr. Harry Cloudesbey, Attorney at Law, Wiltshire.
  • Mr. Currie, Attorney at Law, of London,
  • Mr. Dionysius Calaghah, Attorney at Law, of ditto.
  • Mr. John Cowper, Attorney at Law, of Staple's Inn.
  • Mr. John Cockran, Attorney at Law, of Fetter-Lane.
  • Mr. Thomas Coke, Attorney at Law, of Staple's Inn.
  • Mr. John Cowper, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. Samuel Cooper, Attorney at Lav.
  • Mr. John Claridge, Attorney at Law, of Gray's Inn.
  • Mr. Cooke, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Corbetr, Attorney at Law.
  • Joseph Calverly, Esq; of Sussex.
  • Mr. Thomas Egington Cecil, Attorney at Law, of Birminhham.
  • Peregrine Croft, Esq; of London, Merchant.
  • Mr. Richard Clark, Gent. South-Sea House.
  • James Clutterbuck, Esq; of Richmond, Surry.
  • Samuel Carter, Esq; of Great Cbggershall.
  • Mr. Simon Clements, Gent, of Staple's Inn.
  • Capt. Cole, of Portland-Street.
  • Mr. William Chamberlayne, Gent.
  • Andrew Cross, Esq.; of Bromfield.
  • Joshua Cotton, Esq, of Lincoln's Inn,.
  • Thomas Crosse, Esq;
  • James Edward Colleton, Esq;.
  • William Craycroft, Esq;. Mark-Lane..
  • Richard Combes, Esq;
  • Mr. R. Croft, Gent.
  • Mr. Thomas Carus, Gent.
  • Mr. Chitter, Gent.
  • Mr. Congreve, Gent, of Bridgnorth:
  • Mr. Edward Croxall, Gent, of Shustock, Warwickshire.
  • Mr. William Chase, Bookseller, in Norwich.
  • John Casey, Esq; of the Middle-Temple.
  • Mr. Clitherow, Gent.
  • Mr. Henry Creswell.
  • Mr. Thomas Cratern, Gent, of Coventry:
  • John Chamber, Esq; of the Middle-Temple.
  • Mr. James Car, Gent. of Halifax, Yorkshire.
  • Timothy Cunningham, Esq; of Gray's Inn.
  • The Hon. James Cornwallis, of Lincoln's Inn.
  • William Alexander Combes, Esq; of the Temple.
  • Mr. John Coverley, of Goodman's Fields.
  • Ferdinando Collins, Esq; at Betterton, Berks.
  • Mr. Chambre, of Gray's Inn.
  • Mr. Thomas Corney, of Mautby, in Yorkshire.
  • Andrew Cross, Esq;
  • The Rev. Dr. Camplin, Archdeacon of Bath,
  • John Clayton, Esq; at Little Herwood.
  • ——Clempson, Esq; Spital-Fields.

D.

  • Samuel Dashwood, Esq; of Wells, Lincolnshire.
  • Henry Dawkins, Esq;
  • Mr. Durden.
  • Jerour Dring, Esq; of York.
  • Mr. Phillip Davies, Attorney at Law, of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. Jeremiah Dewdney.
  • Mr. Davies, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Dangecourt, Attorney, at Law, of the Temple.
  • ——Daw, Esq; of the Temple.
  • ——Dixon, Esq; of Norfolk-Street.
  • Mr. James Davies, Gent, of Chepstow, Monmouthshire.
  • Mr. Samuel Denison, Gent, of Red Lion Square.
  • Mr. Miles Dent, Bookseller, at Penrith.
  • Mr. Robert Dawson, Gent, of Staple's Inn.
  • Edward Dandridge, Esq; of the Inner- Temple.
  • Ely Dyson, Esq;
  • Charles Deaves, Esq; of Carey-Street, Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. Thomas Duck, Gent, of Gray's Inn..
  • Mr. Davis, Bookseller, Piccadilly.
  • Mess. Davis and Rymers, Booksellers, Holborn.
  • Mr. Dodsley,. Bookseller, Pall-MalL
  • Mr. John Edwards, Mercer, in Oswestry.
  • Mr. Edward Easton, Bookseller, in Salisbury.
  • Mr. James Ewer, Attorney at Law, in the Borough
  • Samuel Esdaile, Esq; of St. Christophers.
  • Mr. John Everest, Gent, of Greenwich.
  • Mr. John Vining Elliot, Attorney, at Portsmouth.

F

  • Joseph Fox, Bookseller.
  • Richard Fydell, Esq; of Boston, Lincolnshire.
  • Charles Ventris Field, Esq; of the Middle-Temple.
  • William Fursman, Esq-, Collector of the Customs of Deal.
  • Mr. Fountain, Attorney at Law, of Litchfield-Street.
  • Mr. Furnival, Attorney at Law, of Cheshire.
  • John Fuller, Esq-, of the Temple.
  • Phil. Zach. Fonereau, Esq; Size- Lane.
  • Mr. John Fawler, Gent, of Cold-Bath Fields.
  • Mr. William Flexney, Bookfeller, Holborn.
  • Ferminac and Warton, Attorneys at Law, Swithin-Lane.
  • Mr. Furman.
  • Fletcher and Co. Booksellers, St. Paul's Church-Yard.
  • Mr. Field, Bookseller, London.
  • Mt. Fitzfimmons, Attorney at Law, of London.
  • Thomas Fletcher, Esq-, of Kent.
  • Gascoine Finch, Esq; of Norton, in the County of Durham.
  • Mr. Forster, Attorney at Law, Gisbrough in Yorkshire.
  • Mr. D'Arcy Fowler, Attorney at Law, at Stockton, in the County of Durham.
  • The Rev. Mr. Robert Fisk at Wendon in Essex.

G.

  • Mr. William Griffiths, Land Surveyor, in Oswestry, Shropshire.
  • Matthew Graves, Esq; of the Inner Temple.
  • Mr. Garth, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. John Griffiths, Attorney at Law, of New-Inn.
  • Mr. James Gwyn, Attorney at Law, of London.
  • Mr. John Grene, Proctor, of Doctors Commons.
  • Mr. James Gibson, Attorney at Law, of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Charles Gould, Esq; of Whitehall.
  • Joseph Gape, Esq; of the Middle-Temple.
  • Mr. James Gunter, Gent, Tooly-Street.
  • Mr. Benjamin Guarard, Gent, of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. Samuel Gasquoin.
  • John Greenwood, Esq; Leicester-Fields.
  • Mr. Graham.
  • Mr. John Green, Gent.
  • Samuel Gilham, Esq; of Rotherhith;
  • Mr. Gwatkin, in Salisbury-Court, Fleet-Street
  • Mr. Greenwollers, of Clifford's Inn.
  • Mr. Francis Gildart, at Liverpool.

H.

  • J. A. F. Hesse, Esq;
  • Mr. Heelis, at Skipton Castle.
  • John Habin.
  • Robert Hasilrige, Esq;
  • Dr. Hall, at Lambeth Palace.
  • Thomas Hughes, Esq; of Halkin, Flintshire.
  • Mr. William Hayman, at Sidbury, Devonshire.
  • Mr. Humphry Holland.
  • Mr. Hill, Attorney at Law, of Knoyle.
  • Mr. Joseph Holl, Attorney at Law, York-Buildings.
  • Mr. John Holl, Attorney at Law, Shadwell.
  • Mr. Thomas Handley, Attorney at Law, Six Clerks Office.
  • Mr. Peter Hammond, Long Acre.
  • Mr. John Hall, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Edmund Howard, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. Hart, Attorney at Law, of Staple's Inn.
  • Mr. Hedges, Attorney at Law, of London;
  • Mr. Holland, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Hendy, Attorney at Law, of New-Inn.
  • ——Hodgson, Esq; of the Temple.
  • John Harris, Esq;
  • Thomas Hollis, Esq; of Lincoln's Inn, F. R. S.
  • Mr. Richard Higgins, Gent, of the Middle-Temple.
  • Mr. Maunfell Hill, Gent.
  • Mr. Hutchinson, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Haslewood, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Thomas Hollingworth, Bookseller of Lynn, Norfolk, 4 Setts.
  • Mr. Hinton, Bookseller, Newgate-Street.
  • Hugh Hamersley, Esq; of Serjeant's Inn, Fleet-Street.
  • Benjamin Hamp, Esq; of Norton-Lindsey, Warwickshire.
  • Mr. Joseph Hodges.
  • Edward Hasted, Esq; of Sutton, Kent.
  • Mrs. Hood, Bookseller, Ludgate- Street.
  • Mr- Joseph Heaton, Gent, of Shadwell.
  • Thomas Rumbold Hall, Esq;
  • Mr. John Hilditch, Gent, of Gough Square.
  • John Fry Harvey, Esq;
  • Mr. Higginson.
  • The Rev. Mr. John Hill, L. L. B. Rector of Thorpe Malsor, Northamptonshire.
  • John Hort, Esq; of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. B. Hawkins.
  • Mr. Hamilton, Printer, Fleet-Street.
  • William Hayton, Esq;
  • Mr. Henderson, Bookseller, London,
  • Mr. Holmesby.
  • Beriah Hill, Esq; of Rotherhith.
  • The Rev. Mr. Nicholas Holland, Vicar of Mucking, in Essex.
  • Mr. Humphreys, Attorney at Law, at Ruthin, in Denbighshire.
  • Mr. Hargraves at Haslington.
  • Mr. Habin, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. David Hall, of Philadelphia, 21 Setts.
  • Mr. Micah Hall, Attorney at Law, at Castleton, Derby shire.
  • Gabriel Harris, Bookseller in Gloucester.
  • Mr. J. Hoskins, Attorney, at Plymouth,

J.

  • George Jennings, Esq;
  • John Jacobs, Esq;
  • Mr. Wheldon Jones of Shad Thames.
  • ——Jones, Esq; Lincoln's Inn Fields.
  • Mr. James Jones, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr John Janes, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. Richard Jenkins, Attorney at Law, Hoxton.
  • Mr. Jackson, King-Street, St. Ann's.
  • Mr. James Jefferson, Gent, of the Rolls Buildings.
  • Ellis Hies, Esq; of the Middle Temple.
  • Mr. Roger Jortyn of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. John Jeyes, Gent, of Primrose-Street.
  • Mr. John Irvinge, Gent, of Symmond's Inn
  • George Jackson, Esq;
  • Allen Johnson, Esq; of Wakefield, Yorkshire.
  • Mr. Thomas Johnson, Gent, of Furnival's Inn.
  • Mr. William Johnston, Bookseller, London.
  • Charles Joye, Esq;
  • Mr. Jolliffe, Bookseller, St. James's Street.
  • Richard Jackson, Esq;
  • Mr. John Jones, Bookseller, of Whitchurch, Shropshire.
  • Izariel Jalabert, Esq; of Coleman-Street.
  • Mr. William Janfon, Attorney at Law, at Leybourne near Middleham.
  • Lacy James, Esq;
  • Ralph Jackfon, Esq; at Gisbrough, Yorkshire.
  • Mr. R. Jones, Attorney at Law, at Ruthin in Denbighshire.

K.

  • William Keylinge, Esq;
  • Mr. Kirwan.
  • The Rev. Mr. Thomas Key.
  • Mr. Knethel, Attorney at Law, of the Templet
  • Mr. Kedwell, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Kneller, Attorney at Law, of New Inn.
  • ——Key, Esq; of Annapolis Royal.
  • Richard Knethell, Esq;
  • Henry Kipling, Esq; of Southampton-Row.
  • Lloyd Kenyon, Esq; of the Middle Temple.
  • Mr. Robert Kelham, Gent, of Hatton Garden.
  • Mr. George Keith, Bookseller, of London.
  • Mr. Parker Kenyon, Gent, of Sheffield, Yorkshire;
  • Mr. Philip Keys, Gent.
  • Messrs. Kincaid and Bell, in Edinburgh,
  • Mr. Kearsley, Bookseller.
  • George Kenyon, Esq-, at Peel,

L.

  • The Honourable Robert Lane, Esq;
  • Mr. Thomas Lund, York.
  • Daniel Lascelles, Esq; at Goldsborough,
  • Caleb Lenox, Esq; of Childwickbury, Herts.
  • Mr. Josiah Lucas, Staple's Inn.
  • Mr. Lander, Attorney at Law, of Essex- Street.
  • Mr.Thomas Laws, Attorney at Law, of Clifford's Inn;
  • Mr. Thomas Life, Attorney at Law, of the City of London.
  • Mr. Sheldon Lawford, Attorney at Law, of Ditto;
  • Mr. Penyngton Lucas, Attorney at Law.
  • ——Lawson, Esq; of Took's Court.
  • Mr. Robert Leigh, Gent, of Bardon, Somersetshire.
  • Mr. Leak, Gent, at Middlewick, Cheshire,
  • Mr. Bedwell Law, Bookseller, London.
  • Mr. Thomas Longman, Bookseller, London.
  • Edgerton Leigh, Esq; of the Inner Temple, Judge of his Majesty's Court of Vice Admiralty, South Carolina.
  • Mr. Thomas Lombe of Cambridge.
  • Mr. George Lewis, Bookseller in Bristol, 7 Setts.
  • Mr. John Lawton, Bookseller in Cheshire, 14 Setts.
  • John Robinfon Lytton, Esq;
  • Nathaniel Lloyd, Esq; of Twickenham.
  • Mr. Edward Langford of Penzance in Cornwall.,
  • Mr. Lee.
  • Samuel Lister, Esq; one of his Majesty's Justices of Peace at Horton near Bradford.
  • Mr. Edward Langdon, Lombard-Street;

M.

  • Christopher Milles, Esq; of the Inner Temple.
  • Mr. John Middleton, Attorney, at Deal.
  • John Monro, M. D. Large Paper.
  • William Mahew, Esq; of Colchester.
  • Mr. John Morgan, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. James Morgan, Attorney at Law, of Ditto.
  • Mr. James Morell, Attorney at Law, of Oxford,
  • Mr. William Munn of Greenwich.
  • ——Meares, Esq; of Staple's Inn.
  • ——Machell, Esq; of Lancashire.
  • Mr. Bern. Metcalf, Gent, of Askridge, Yorkshire;
  • Mr. Richard Merryfield, Gent, in the Strand.
  • William Masterman, Esq; of the Dutchy Office, Gray's Inn.
  • Mr. John Matthews, Gent, of Stokely, Yorkshire.
  • Mr. Thomas Magson, Gent, of the Temple.
  • Charles Morton, M. D. of the Mufeum.
  • Mount and Co. Booksellers, Towerhill.
  • ——May, Esq; of Reading, Berks.
  • Mr. Francis Mannyng, Gent. Turn wheel- Lane,
  • Mr. Mallyson.
  • Mr. John Mowtlow, Gravel-Lane, Hounsditch.
  • Arthur Murphey, Esq; of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Edmond Malone, Esq; of the Inner Temple.
  • P. Methuen, Esq; of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. Andrew Millar, Bookseller, London.
  • James Morgan, Esq; of Lincoln's Inn, 3 Setts.
  • Mr. Abel Moysey, Junior, of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. Maddox, Attorney at Law, of Fleet-Street.
  • Edward Moreton, Esq; in Ellismere, Shropshire.
  • Mr. Metcalf, Register at Richmond, Yorkshire,
  • Mr. John Morse in Fleet-Street.
  • Mr. George Mounsey at Carlisle.

N.

  • ——Newman, Esq; of the Temple.
  • Mr. William Norris, Attorney at Law, of Clifford's Inn.
  • Robert New, Esq-, of Sheer-Lane, Temple Bar.
  • Mr. George Norris, Gent, of Droitwich, Worcestershire. .
  • Mr. Norman.
  • Mr. Nichols.
  • Mr. Noble, Bookseller, Holborn.

O.

  • William Oglander, Esq;
  • Leake Okeover, Esq;
  • John Ord, Esq; of Lincoln's Inn;
  • Mr. Osborne.
  • William Oglander, Esq;
  • Mr. William Owen, Bookseller, Fleet-Street.
  • Mr. John Oram, Attorney at Law, in York.
  • Mr. Ogle in Pump-Court.
  • Walter Osborne, Esq; Sheffield, Yorkshire.

P.

  • John Pratt, Esq; at Askrigg.
  • Paul Phipps, Esq; of Westbury, Wilts.'
  • Thomas Peck, Esq; at Deal.
  • Caleb Preston.
  • Thomas Price, Esq; at Ham, near Wantage, Berks.
  • Robert Peers, Esq; Little Ormond- Street.
  • ——Pyefinch, Esq; Chancery-Lane.
  • Richard Parker, Esq; Beaufort-Buildings.
  • Mr. Provost, Attorney at Law, of Searle-Street;
  • The Rev. Mr. John Phillips.
  • Mr. William Parsons of Wiltshire.
  • Mr. Thomas Pering, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Thomas Preston, Attorney at Law, of Yorkshire
  • Mr. Peryear, Attorney at Law, of Surry.
  • Mr. Alexander Philips of Cecil-Streer.
  • Mr. Thomas Ptring, Attorney at Law.
  • Fairmadow Penyston, Esq; of Oxfordshire.
  • ——Perry Esq; of the Temple.
  • Mr. Thomas Payne of Kentishtown.
  • Mr. John Poynter, Gent, of New-Inn.
  • John Pryce, Esq;
  • Mr. Kenyon Parker, Gent, of Sheffield, Yorkshire
  • Mr. Piguenet, Gent, of Bristol.
  • Samuel Page, Esq;
  • Mr. Steph. Popham, Gent, of Air-Street, Piccadilly,
  • Mr. Thomas Payne, Bookfeller, London.
  • Mr. Richard Pember, Gent, of Worcester.
  • Thomas Pippard, Esq; Southampton-Buildings.
  • Lionel Place, Esq; of Beverley, Yorkshire.
  • Mr. Thomas Preston, Gent, of Great Waldingfield Suffolk.
  • The Rev. Mr. Preston.
  • Samuel Pegge, Esq;
  • Mr. Samuel Palmer, Gent, of Ironmongers Hall.
  • James Preston, Esq;
  • Mr. Fletcher Partis, Gent.
  • George Prescot, Esq; of Coleman-Strect.
  • The Rev. Mr. Peacock at Danby Wish.
  • Mr. John Perry of Wilmington, Kent.
  • ——Peters, Esq; at Liverpool.
  • Mr. Robert Preston, Attorney at Law, of Stocktort in the County of Durham.

R.

  • Christopher Ricardson, Esq; of Randat-home-hall in Cumberland.
  • Mr. John Raper in York.
  • Robert Reynolds of Warwick- Lane, London, Attorney.
  • Samuel Roby, Esq; Town Clerk of Deal.
  • Mr. John Rustat.
  • Mr. John Russel, Wallbrook.
  • Mr. Robson, Attorney at Law, of Tooks-Court.
  • Mr. John Robinson, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. Edward Reynolds, Attorney at Law, of London.
  • Mr. Rickman, Attorney at Law, of Ditto.
  • Mr. William Russell, Attorney at Law, of Ditto.
  • Mr. Rawlison, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. Rowsell, Attorney at Law, of Staple's Inn.
  • Hopkin Rees, Esq; of Glamorganshire.
  • Mr. John Rayner, Junior, Attorney at Law, Gough Square.
  • The Rev. Dr. Russell of Hants.
  • Mis. Richardson, Bookseller, London.
  • Mr. Josiah Rathbone, Bookseller of Macclesfield.
  • Mr. Rutland.
  • Mr. Walter Radcliffe.
  • Richardson and Co. Booksellers, Royal Exchange.
  • Mr. Ryder.
  • Mr. J. Bewley Rich, Gent, of Cecil-Street, Strand.
  • Mr. William Robinson, Gent, of Ratcliff Highway.
  • Samuel Rash, Esq; of E. Dereham.
  • Mr. Robson, Bookseller, Bond-Street.
  • Mr. Russell, Bookseller.
  • Mr. Edward Rumsey, Gent.
  • The Rev. Thomas Russell, Canon Residentiary of the Cathedral Church of Hereford.
  • Mr. John Reynolds, Attorney at Law.
  • Isaac Reynous, Esq; of the Temple.
  • Francis Rodd, Esq; of Trebartha-Hall in Cornwall.
  • The Rev. Dr. Richardson of Sulhampstead in Berks.
  • Mr. Benjamin Reed, Attorney at Law, at Knaresborough in Yorkshire.
  • Joseph Reed, Esq; of the Temple.
  • Mr. John Rosier.

S.

  • Joseph Shaw, Esq;
  • Thomas Smith, Esq; of Carshalton, Surry.
  • John Stevens, Junior, Attorney, at St. Ives, Cornwall.
  • The Rev. John Shaw, L. L. B. Rector of Wyberton, Lincolnshire.
  • David Salter of Hollen-Street, St. Anne, Westminster.
  • Weston John Smith, Esq;
  • Mr. Skyrme, Attorney at Law, of Lyon's Inn.
  • Mr. Strong, Attorney at Law, of London.
  • Mr. Edward Southouse, Attorney at Law, of Maidstone.
  • Mr. Smart, Attorney at Law, of Enfield.
  • Mr. Strelley, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Christopher Smith, Attorney at Law.
  • Dr. Francis Simpson, of Doctors Commons.
  • Mr. Richard Smith, Attorney at Law, of Chancery-Lane.
  • Mr. Josiah Smith, Attorney at Law, of Sussex.
  • Mr. Henry Smith, Gent, of Peterborough.
  • Mr. William Strong, Gent, of Peterborough.
  • Mr. John Stainbank, Gent, of Clifford's Inn.
  • Mr. John Sleiglar, Gent, of Dowgate-Hill.
  • Stephen Soame, Esq; of the Middle Temple.
  • Thomas Staunton, Esq; Member for Ipswich.
  • Dr. Speed of Southampton.
  • Powel Snell, Esq; Crown- Office-Row, Temple.
  • Mr. Isaac Sierra, Gent. Staining-Lane.
  • Mr. John Spicer, Gent, of South-Ham, Warwickshire.
  • Mr. William Sandby, Bookseller, London.
  • Mr. John Smyth, Gent, of Norwich.
  • Mr. Stukey.
  • Mr. George Shuse, Gent, of Milverton.
  • Samuel Southouse, Esq; of the Inner Temple.
  • Mr. Sheffield.
  • Mr. Stokely.
  • The Honourable J. Scot of Lincoln's Inn.
  • Mr. George Search, Gent, of Furnival's Inn.
  • Mr. Shropshire, Bookseller, Bond-Street.
  • ——Stafford, Esq;
  • Mr. Edward Stokes, Gent, of New Inn.
  • Mr. Philip Smith of Holt, Norfolk.
  • Mr. John Stevens, Junior, of St. Ives in Cornwall.
  • Joseph Shaw, Esq;
  • Thomas South, Esq; of Carshalton in Surry.
  • Edward Southby, Esq;
  • Mr. Shove, Bookseller, Maiden-Lane.
  • James Straker, Esq;
  • Mr. Skepper, Attorney at Law in Malton.
  • Mr. John Stone of Sheffield in Yorkshire.
  • Mr. William Strong of Clement's Inn.
  • Mr. Shute.
  • Mr. William Shawe, Junior, at Preston.
  • Mr. William Stuart, Bookseller at Preston.
  • Mr. Zech. Stuart, Bookseller, Pater-Noster-Row.

T.

  • William Thornton, Esq; of Thornville in Com' York.
  • William Thomson, Esq; York.
  • Mr. John Taylor at Bridlington.
  • The Rev. Mr. Tenant at Carleton.
  • Messrs. Todd and Sootheran, Booksellers in York;
  • Hugh Terrap, Gent, of Godmanchester.
  • Mr. Morgan Thomas, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. William Thomas, Attorney at Law.
  • Deline Vanhey Thuyfen, Esq; of Southampton.
  • Mr. William Thomas, Gent, of Lawby.
  • Mr. George Talmash, Gent, of Clerkenwell.
  • B. Triest, Esq; of Bowden.
  • Mr. Edward Tatham, Gent. Kipping-Hall, Westmorland.
  • Mr. Barnes Tovy, Bookseller.
  • Mrs. Toby, Essex-Street.
  • The Honourable Colonel Tryon, North Carolina.
  • Mr. Nockhold Thomson, Gent, of Norwich.
  • John Townsend, Esq; of the Middle Temple.
  • Jacob Tonson, Esq;
  • ——Townsend, Esq; of the Temple.
  • Mr. William Thomson, Gent. Gutter-Lane, London.
  • Mr. William Tesseyman, Bookseller, in York.
  • Mr. Tipton of Serjeants Inn.
  • Mr. Barnabas Thorn, Bookseller, in Exeter, 4 Setts.

U.

  • Mr. Utlay at Thirsk.
  • Mr. Peter Uriel, Bookseller, 200 Setts,
  • Mr. Thomas Upton, Gent.
  • Mr. Venables.

W.

  • Rev. Dr. Warner.
  • Henry Willoughby, Esq; at Birdshall.
  • George White, Eq; House of Commons.
  • Mr. H. Richard Way, of Clement's Inn.
  • The Rev. Mr. Williams, Chelsea.
  • William Webley, Attorney, Symond's Inn.
  • Henry Webley, Bookseller, Holborn, 2 Setts.
  • Mr. Blissett Wooddeson, Attorney at Law, in Dove Court, Lombard-Street.
  • Henry Penruddock Windham, Esq; of Salisbury.
  • Mr. Thomas Wilson, Bookseller, in York, 14 Setts.
  • Mr. Walley, Attorney at Law, of London.
  • Mr. Williams, Attorney at Law, of Tooks Court.
  • Mr. John Walton, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. William Watts, Attorney at Law, of London.
  • Mr. Edmund Walker, Attorney at Law, of Clifford's Inn.
  • Mr. Thomas Westlake, Attorney at Law. *Mr. White, Attorney at Law, of Windsor.
  • Mr. Waldington, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Thomas Warren, Attorney at Law, of the Temple.
  • Mr. Want, Attorney at Law, of Fetter-Lane.
  • ——Wolfe, Efq; of the Temple.
  • Mr. Neale Ward, Gent, of Bury, Suffolk.*Isaac Wildash, Esq; of Chatham.
  • Mr. Woodeson.
  • Mr. Williams, Gent, of Lothbury.
  • Mr. Whitaker.
  • Mr. Burton Wilbie, Distiller, at Stratford.
  • John Wace, Esq;
  • John Wynne, Esq; of Coldock, Denbighshire.
  • The Rev. Mr. Whitmoie, near Bridgnorth,, Shropshire.
  • John Worral, Bookseller, 250 Setts.
  • Mr. Thomas Whalley, Gent, of Wensley Dale, Yorkshire.
  • John Williamson, Esq; of Symond's Inn;
  • Charles Whitworth, Esq; of Leybourne, in Kent.
  • Mr. Thomas Welbank, Gent, of Hatton-Garden.
  • John White, Esq; 2 Setts.
  • Mr. Henry Waleley, Gent, at Walsall, Staffordshire.
  • Mr. Richard Ware, and Co. Booksellers, London.
  • Alexander Whitchurch, Esq;
  • Mr. Wilson, Attorney, at Poulton.
  • John Frost Widmore, Esq;
  • Captain Wood at Thorsby, Lincolnshire.
  • Willoughby Wood, Esq; Ditto.

Y.

  • Robert Yeates, Esq; Large Paper.
  • Mr. Young, Attorney at Law.
  • Mr. Yewd, Attorney at Law, of Catherine-Street;
  • The Rev. Mr. John Yonge, at Puslinch, near Plymouth.
  • Mr. Edward Young, Gent, of Pershore, Worcestershire.