UNCLAIMED LETTERS.— July 31, 1853.
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— Ainsworth Esq., G. Alder, H. Alexander, J. & T* Alison, R. T. Allaway, Charles Allcock, Mr. Allfred, Mrs. E. H. Allison, Thomas AndersoD, Alexand. Ande*3on, A. T. Anderson, Mrs. A. Anderson, John Andrew or Andrews, Charles Andrews, Charles Arm strong, G. Arnold, Daniel Asgood, Abraham Ashhurst, Thomas Atkin, Mrs. Edwin Ayer. Edward Back, Win. Bain, John Bainbridge, Capel Baines' Thomas Baines, J. L. Baker, Samuel Baker, John Baker, Richard Ball, Joseph Banbrook, Jo9h. Banks, Mr.- Barber, Henry Barbridge, Mrs. Barnard, Mrs. Barnes, William Barnes, Alfred Barnes, Mrs. \V. Barnes, A. Bartram, Mrs. Hy. Bastian, Mr. Baxter, J. S. B. Bayly, Miss Beare, Robert Beavis, Edward Beavis, Geo. P. Bell, T. A. Bell, John Bennett, Maria Bennett, Hn»li Bennet, J. Bernhard, James Tod Berrie, Mrs. F. Bews, Richard Birch, George Bird, Edwin Bird, James Bittle, J. Blackburn, Mrs. Matilda Blacket, Wm. Blackwood, Fred. Blades, Mrs. Jane Blane, John Bleechmore Wm. Bloomfield, James Blythe, Mrs. 1 Joseph Board, Mrs. Bodenham, John Boomer, Charles | A. Bott, Ramsden Bourne, Mrs. Cleary Bowden, B. | Bowler, Hy. Bowmaw, George R. Boyle, George Brad ' hurst, Ed. Bradley, Arthur Brady, Mr. Brain, John T. i Bridgart, William Bright, John \Yilliam Bright, Mrs. 1 Brighton, Miss Ann Brinkworth, William Bristowe, Mrs. Brown, E. Brown, Charles Brown, James Brown, Mrs James Brown, Edw. Geo. Brown, Francis H. i Brown, Mich. Bruggey, William Brydon, C. H. Buck * land, George Bunn, Charle3 Burden, J. Burgess, John 1 Burne, Wm. Burpitt, Mrs. Burriss, John Barrow, ; Mrs. Burton, George Barton, William Byrne. i Miss Calderwood, Mr. Cambell, Henry Camp, D. Campbell, Mrs. Sarah Campbell, Francis Carbis, George : Carpnin, Miss M. A. Carrick, Patrick Carroll, Rich. Carruthers, Richard Carse, Robert Carson, Miss Matilda Cassidy, E. J. Catlow, Mrs. Ceauy, William Chandler, Edward Cheese, James Chisolm, J. Clark, lMrs. Clark, Henry Clarkson, Thomas Clayton, Mrs. . Cleary, Waiter Clifford, Robert Cock, John Cocking, Philip Cocking, E. Cohradi, Mr. Coke, Henry Cole,
Joel Cole, Mr. Cole, Wm. Colings, Stephen Collett, Miss S. B. Collett; Mr. Collett, James L. Collier, G. Collins, James Collins, George Collinson, Dan. Colman, ]. Commins, Thomas Connaty, Miss Mary Connelly, liVm. George Cook, John Cook, Mr. Coombes, John ? Uoonan, J. Roberts Cooper, George Cooper, Thomas Hooper, Benjamin Coote, Mrs. E. Copley, James Dopley, John Corbell, Peter Couch, John Jas. Cowing, Edward Cowland, E. S. Cox, George Harris Cox, James Chos. Cox, Mrs. Coyle, Chas. O. Crafter, John Craig, IVm. Cram, G. Crane, W. N. Crawford, Miss F. Cregg, Mrs. Martha Creighton, Mr. Crenee, John Crick, Wm 2risp, Thomas Crocker, James Crook, James Cross, ?lenry Crossman, Crozier & Rutherford, George Cundin, Sichard Cutcliffe. M. Daney, James Dannelly, George Darby, Charles Darlington, Wm. S. Darenhill, John Davey, Wm. A. Navies, David Davies, John Davies, Mrs. Davies, R. Jaines Davis, F. J. Davis, Charles Davis, James Davis, 3enry E. Davis, Eli Davis, Mrs. M. A. Daw, Miss Dawe, George Day, Richard Day, Mrs. Catherine Day, Slijah S. Dearslev, E. Hussey De Burgh, Robert Mark Dell, H. H. Dennie,Mrs. M. J. Dennison, Luke Dewhirst, fohn Dicken, Margaret Diveny, H. L. Divine, Joseph Dix, Thomas Dixon, Fred. Wm. Dodd, Thomas Dodd un., Mrs. Jane Dodson, James T. Doraan, Samuel Doney, John Donkin, Mrs. Dordoy, Wm. Douglas, ?rank Downer, Miss M. Downey, James Downie, Win. Drever, Thomas Duggan, Wilfiam Duncan, William 3. C. Dunn, John Dunn, J C. Dunn, Simon Dunn, Francis Dunning, Ferdinand Duval. Jeremiah Earl. C. Earle, E, Eastgate, John Eaton, Mrs. M. H. Eckley, Mr. Edingurgh, \V. C. Edwards, VIrs. Alice Edwards, John S. Edwards, Rebecca Edwards, Cornelius Egan, Patrick Egan, Mrs. Eldridge, John Elliot, John T. Elliot, Joseph Elliot, Win. Ellis, Wm. Aug. Ellis, Thomas Elsigood, John Emery, Hammond Emmett, John Emonson, Thomas English, Mr. Eringtoe, Hy. Everard, Richard Ewer. Christ. Fall, Mr. Faraday, John Fargher, William Farley, George Faulkner, Wm. Featherstonbaugh, rhos.* Felstead, Mrs. Thos. Felstead, J. Fennell, Alex. Ferguson, John Feiry jun , Peter Fife, Thomas Fife, Japtain Filder, Mrs. Denis Fitzgerald,. James Fleming, IT. Fleming, Francis Fletcher, Saml. G. Fogg, William folly, Samuel Fore, Charles Forraan, William Forrest, Mrs. James Fort, John Fort, Mrs Sarah Foster, John Fowler, Samuel Fowler, Mrs. Fowler, G. Fowler, Mr. Fowler, Miss E. Fragoner, Mrs. Julia Freeman, Bell Freeman, Mr. Fuehs, George Fuller, James Fvles. Eliza Gaftney, Benjamin Gahagan, George Gale, Fohn Gallagher, Richard S. Games, Daniel Gardner, Fohn Garry, Simeon Gayard, Jane George, Mrs. Johanna George, C. G. Germain, Miss Susan Geyson, Robert. Gh rimes, Mrs. C. Gibbens, Robert Gibbons, G, El. Gidson, Thomas Gilbertson, Stephen Giles, R. jillan, Ed«vardjGillard, Anthony Gillin, Denis Gleeson, Mr. Gloyne, Wm. Gluyas, Mrs. Goddard, Robert joddard, Charles Godfrey, J. D. Godwin, John Golds worthy, Miss Goldsworthy, Edward Goodbarm, Thos. Groodwin, Alex. Gordon, James Goss, Patrick Gould, rhomas S. Gould, Chas. Gowlland, Richard Graham, Robert W. Graham, James Graham, Mr. Grandfield, Wm. Grantham, Thos. Gravstocks, Andrew Gray Robert Green, Mrs. W. Green, George Green, Mr. Gregory, Edward Gregory, Alfred Griffin, David Griftiths, Mrs. Cath. Grigg, Thomas Grigsby, John Guhbins, W. Gummow, Robert Gymer. Davie and Helen Haggerty, Miss Mary Haines, Thomas Haire, J. E. Hale, James W. Hales, William Hall, Mrs. Hall, Micaiah Hall, Mrs. James Hall, Pat Halpin, Joseph L. Hanby, James Hanna, Miss Hannah, Richard Harman, Robert Harmstrong, rl. Harrington, Mr. Harrington, Salathiel Harris, Thos D. Harris, R. G. Harris, Mr. Harris, W. Harrison, Robert Harrison, John Harvey, William Harvey, Mrs. Jane Harvey, F. W. Harwar,' Peter Harwood, * Mrs. Hatchel, Joseph Hatwel, James Hay, Chas. W. Haycock, S. H. Haycraft, Edward Haydon, George Hayes, Mary Hays, Mr. Haze, George Head, Mr. Heard, James R. Heath, Miss Mary Heath, John Hender, D. L. Henderson, Thomas Henry, Daniel Henson. Mrs. Ann HeDworth. Thos. Herin-rf.mi.
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