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Lawes, T. Amesbury, Wilts, corn-dealer

Lea, W. Birmingham, vie ualler
Lamb, J. R. Unsworth, Lancashire, calico-printer
Miall, M. Portsea, merchant

Mercer, J. Heath-street, Commercial-road, mariner Masters, J. Dartford, grocer

Morton, J. Ainsworth, Lancashire, cotton-manufacturer

Mycock, H. Lancaster, provision-dealer
Murray, J. Bishopsgate-street, cordwainer
Miller, R. Old Fish-street, bookseller
Macdonald, R. Frant, Sussex, shopkeeper
Mountjoy, - Hanwell-nursery, Ealing, Middle-
sex, seedsman

Mingay, Edmond, and Charles George Cotteril,
Vine-street, Liquor-pond-street, bacon-merchants
Moore, Thomas Richard, Denmark-court, Strand,
paper-stainer

Moule, H. St Michael, Bath, baker
Norris, J. Bolton, Lancashire, confectioner
Nelson, T. and E. Smith, Bolton, bed-quilt-manu-
facturers

Newton, H. Marshall-street, StGeorge's-field, taylor
Needes, J. Brick-lane, Spitalfields, coal-merchant
Powell, P. Knightsbridge, broker
Parker, J. Totton, Hants, dealer
Pinkerton, T. Birchin-lane, merchant
Pigot, W. Rateliff-highway, grocer

Price, T. Asless-mills, Denbighshire, miller
Pearse, W. Blackwell-hall, factor

Pearson, John, Portsmouth, mercer

Pegrom, Muria, and Joseph, Artillery-street, Ola Artillery-ground, dealers

Peel, J. Stafford, cotton-spinner

Parkinson, T. sen. Mill-place, Scawby, Lincoln-
shire, T. Parkinson, jun. Kingston-upon-Hull,
and J. Lilly Sculcoates, Yorkshire, raff-inerchants
Radcliffe, T. and J. Lancaster, and J. and R. Rad-
cliffe, Manchester, calico-printers
Redfearn, W. York, fancy-manufacturer
Rugg, J. Bristol, victualler

Ralph, Wm Lewknor, Oxfordshire, farmer
Stubbs, Wm, Leek, Staffordshire, innholder
Simpson, Fred. Huddersfield, wool-stapler
Stanley, R. Horridge-end, Hope, Derbyshire, meal-
dealer

Sibley, J. Abchurch-lane, drysalter

Stalker, D. and A. D. Welch, Leadenhall-street, slopsellers

Street, J. F. Budge-row, stationer
Sholter, F. Steyning, auctioneer

Steine, J. Butcher-row, East Smithfield, rectifier
Starkey, W. Bethnal-green-road, bricklayer
Stephens, J. London, merchant

Scudamore, C. Manchester, woollen-cord-manufaeturer

Sykes, J. jun. York, fancy-manufacturer
Taylor, T. Leadenhall-street, master-mariner
Tuckett, J. and E. H. Bristol, grocers
Trahair, T. Newlyn West, Cornwall, baker
Tabberer, A. Manchester, woollen-cord-manufac
turer

Tatum, W. and E. Palmer, Fish-street-hill, paperstainers

Turner, W. London-road, Southwark, stationer Thistlewood, G. Muscovy-court, Tower-hill, flour. factor

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ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 31st March 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Anderson and M'Intosh, merchants and manufacturers in Glasgow, and Wm Anderson and Wm M'Intosh, the individual partners trading under said firm

Brodie, George, merchant, Leith
Barrie, Thomas, merchant, Edinburgh
Christie, George, tanner, Perth
Cockburn and Baird, mill-wrights, Edinburgh
Cadell, Thomas, brewer, Edinburgh, and Thomas
Cadell and Michael Anderson, the individual
partners thereof

Douglas, James, of Burnbrae, an individual partner of the company of George London and Co. merchants, Glasgow

Gillespie, Richard, calico-printer, Anderston, an
individual partner of the concerns carrying on
the business of calico-printing, under the firm of
Richard Gillespie and Company.
Galli, Charles, jeweller, Leith
Henderson, Thomas and William, and Co. mer-
chants, Edinburgh, and John Weir, the surviv-
ing individual partner thereof
Hamilton, Thomas, hardware-merchant, Stirling
Hay, Robert, bleacher, Netherplace
Johnston and Allan, saddlers, Crieff, and William
Johnston, saddler there, and at Alva and Edinr.
Knox, Arthur, builder and glazier in Edinburgh
Kirk, Wm. manufacturer, Glasgow
Laing, Smith, and Co. merchants and calico-print-
ers, at Parkholm, near Glasgow

London, Corn Exchange, April 5.

8.

40 to 42
44 to
44 to
50 to
40 to
19 to
25 to
.24 to
28 to
26 to
32 to
60 to
.55 to
50 to
20 to
15 to

5.

8.

Wheat, Red 50 to 56 White....
Fine
58 to 64 Boilers

Superfine
White

Fine
Superfine
Foreign

70 to

64 to 68 Small Beans. 60 to 68 Fine. 60 to 68 Tick 74 Feed Oats... 52 to 75 Fine Rye. .38 to 40 Poland do Fine 42 to 44 Fine Barley 26 to 32 Potato do. Fine 36 to 40 Fine Superfine .42 to 45 Flour, p, sack Malt, .54 to 66 Seconds Fine 68 to 72 North Country Hog Pease.. 44 to 45 Pollard Maple .46 to 48 Bran

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VOL. V.

Wheat.
1st,......40s. Od.
2d,......37s. 6d.

3d,......32s. Od.

..

Meldrum, Robert, late Banker, St Andrews, now
in Edinburgh

Maclean, Charles, merchant, Edinburgh
Robertson, John, merchant, Leith

S.

$

60 to 64 56 to 65 78 to 84 .10 to 46 96 to

Sim, G. M. and Co. merchants, Glasgow, and Geo,
Maitland Sim, the individual partner thereof
Stevenson, Thomas, grocer, Edinburgh
Pitcairn, David, merchant, Leith
Scott, Thomas, merchant, Edinburgh
Taylor, John, merchant, West-port, Edinburgh
Watt, David, wood-merchant and cabinet-maker in
Hutchinsontown, Glasgow

112 to
25 to 30
65 to

DIVIDENDS.

Blackwood, Andrew, and Co. merchants, Glasgow;
by Wm Dalgleish, merchant there, 19th April
Clerk and Ross, late merchants and insurance-brok-
ers, Edinburgh; by the trustee, 6 April
Duguid, Win. manufacturer, Aberdeen; by Alex.
Webster, advocate there, 20th April
Maxwell, Robert, merchant, Dundee; by Alex.
Tullo, merchant there, 10th May

Muirhead, G. A. saddler, Glasgow, deceased; by the
trustee, 59, Queen-street there, 26th March
Johnston, Thomas, stationer, Glasgow; by Andw.
Liddel, there, 22d March

Liverpool, April 3.

s. d. 8. d.

s. Wheat,
s. d. 8. d.
per 70 lbs.
Pease, for. 00 to 00
46 English. 11 0 to 11 3Pice. p.ewt. 0 0 to 0 0
48 Scotch . 10 6 to 11 6 Flour, English,

52 Welsh ... 11 0 to 11 6 p.2801b.tine 56 0 to 60 0
44 Irish . .. 10 6 to 10 9-Seconds 50 0 to 55 0
22 Dantzic .11 0 to 11 5 Irishp.240lb. 48 0 to 49 0
26 Wismar.. 11 0 to 11 5Ameri. p. bl. 38 0 to 42 0
27 American. 9 6 to 10 9-Sour do.. 32 0 to 34 0
31 Quebec ...90 to 0 0 Clover-seed, p. bush.
31 Barley, per 60 libs.
-White
35 English,grind.5 6 to 66
Red
65 Malting.
... 8 0 to 0 0 Catmacal, per
60 Irish
59 to 60 English
60 to 7 C
Scotch

U to
0 to
240 lb.
58 0 to 40 0
30 0 to 32 0

.

55 Scotch ..
28 Foreign 55 to 59 Irish.... 32 0 to 34 0
17 Malt p. 9gls. 11 0 to 11 3 Butter, Beef, &c.
Rye, foreign 42 to 44 Butter, per cwt. s8.

S.

Oats, per 15 lb.
Belfast
Eng. new 56 to 3 10 Newry
Scotch pota. 3 8 to 5 10 Drogheda
Irish,
36 to 3 10 Cork, 3d
Common 34 to 3
Foreign
6-New 2d,
Welsh
30 to 3 6 Beef, p. tierce
..38 to 3 10
p. barrel
Beans, pr qr.
Pork, p. brl.
English 55 0 to 58 0 Hams, dry,
Irish
51 0 to 56 0 Bacon,
Pease, per quar.
Boiling. 54 0 to 56 0Long

100 to 0
96 to 0
0 to 0
86 to 0
96 to 0
95 to 100
60 to 65

95 to 102 6 0

68 to

...

Short middles

Seeds, &c.-April 2.

3.

1.

Must. Brown, 12 to 21 Hempseed . .
-White...
14 to 24 Linseed, crush.
Tares
. 17 to
New, for Seed
Turnips... .-to
Ryegrass,
-New .... 12 to 20 Clover, Red, .
-Yellow ..
Carraway
Canary

to - White 66 to Coriander 126 to New Trefoil. New Rapeseed, £44 to £-. Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week ended 20th March 1819.

Stewart, Charles, merchant, Pitnacree; by J. Duff,
merchant, Dunkeld, 5s. 9d per pound, 29th Mar,
Steven and Fraser, booksellers, Glasgow; by James
Imrie, inerchant there, 2d May.

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EDINBURGH.-APRIL 7.

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Barley.

1st,......41s. Od.
2d,.
......38s. Od.

Oats.
1st,......26s. Od.
2d,......24s. Od.
3d,......20s. Od.

3d,......32s. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1:16: 7: 5-12ths.

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Wheat, 79s. 3d.-Rye, 56s. 11d.-Barley, 59s. 4d.-Oats, 33s. 7d.-Beans, 66s. Od.-Pease, 68s. 5d.Beer or Big, Os. Od.-Oatmeal, 37s. Od.

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Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four Weeks immediately preceding the 15th March 1819.

Wheat, 66s. 2d.-Rye, 51s. 7d.-Barley, 45s. 1d.-Oats, 28s. Od.-Beans, 46s. 3d.-Pease, 45s. 10d.Big, 37s. 8d.-Oatmeal, 22s. 6d.

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65 to 66 66 to 0

Pease & Beans. 1st,......24s. Od. 2d,......23s. Od. 3d,......20s. Od.

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Tuesday, April 6.

Os. 8d.
Os. 8d.

7s.

Os.

Os.

5d. to Os. 8d.

12s. Od. to 15s. Od.

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Ditto, per stone

Eggs, per dozen

HADDINGTON.-APRIL 2.

Barley.

Oats.
1st,......40s. Od. 1st,......24s. Od.
..36s. Od. | 2d,......37s. Od. [ 2d,. .21s. Od.
..33s. Od. 3d,. ..34s. Od. 3d, .18s. Od.
Average of Wheat, £1: 14: 10: 6-12ths.

Od. to 9s.

Od.

8d. to 1s. Od.

Mean of greatest daily heat,

... cold, temperature, 10 A. M.

10 P. M.

Rain in inches,
Evaporation in ditto,
Mean daily Evaporation,
Leslie. Mean, 10 A. M.

..... 10 P. M.

both, Anderson. Point of Dep.

Means.
THERMOMETER.

........ of daily extremes, ....... 10 A. M. and 10 P. M. ....... 4 daily observations, Whole range of thermometer, Mean daily ditto,

....

......................

temperature of spring water,

BAROMETER.

Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 47)
... 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 47)
....... both, (temp. of mer 47)
Whole range of barometer,
Mean ditto, during the day,
night,

in 24 hours,
HYGROMETER.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

Quartern Loaf

Potatoes (28 lb.)

Butter, per lb.
Salt ditto,

Degrees.

48.3

36.7
43.8

40.7

42.5

42.2

42.3

358.5

11.6
40.9

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Inches.

29.669

29.689

29.679

7.576

.123

.121

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Degrees.
.758
1.800
.058

Note. The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent. more than half a quarter, or 4 Winchester bushels; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.

15.9

11.5

13.7

34.3

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MARCH commenced with snow and frost, which was soon followed, however, by mild pleasant weather, which continued till the 24th. During all this time, with the exception of the shower on the 1st, there fell scarcely a drop of rain, and the Hygrometer indicated a high degree of dryness. For several days after the 24th there were frequent showers, but the quantity of rain is unusually small. The mean temperature of the month is 5 degrees higher than that of 1818, and spring-water is as high now as it was last year at the beginning of May. The difference between the average of the extremes, and the average of 10 morning and evening, is exactly three-tenths of a degree. The point of deposition, owing to the dry north winds usual at this season, is 3 degrees lower than the mean of the minimum temperature. A very extraordinary fluctuation of the Barometer took place on the 18th, amounting to more than an inch, but scarcely any rain followed. The mean daily fluctuation for the month is one-tenth of a degree less than that of February.

33.8

73.7

78.7

76.2

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25′, Elevation 185 feet.

MARCH 1819.

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Pease.

1st.......25s. Od.
2d, .22s. Od.
3d,

Beans. 1st,.....22s. Od. 2d,......20s. Od.

.19s. Od. | 3d,......18s. Od.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER.
Maximum,
9th day,
Minimum,
3d,
Lowest maximum, 1st,
Highest minimum, 15th,
Highest, 10 A. M. 31st,
Lowest ditto, 4th,
Highest, 10 P. M. 28th,
Lowest ditto

·

3d.

Greatest range in 24 hours, 16th,
Least ditto,

15th,

BAROMETER.

Degrees.

55.0

26.0

40.5

45.0

52.0

36.0

48.5

30.5

18.0

5.0 Inches.

30.132

28.892

30.144

29.145

1.133

.030 Degrees. 29.0 1.0 26.0 4.0 41.6

Lowest ditto, 17th, 12.0 ....... Highest, 10 P.M. 25th, 41.2 Lowest ditto, 16th, 14.0 Relat. Hum Highest, 10 A.M. 1st, 98.0

Least ditto, 17th, 11.0 ....... Greatest, 10 P.M. 1st, 91.0 Least ditto, 16th, 45.0 Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest 10 A.M. 31st, .204 Least ditto, 17th, .068 Greatest, 10 P. M. 28th, .20% ............ Least ditto,

............................

16th, .073

Highest, 10 A. M.

7th,
19th,

Lowest ditto,

Highest, 10 P. M.
Lowest ditto,

7th,
28th,

Greatest range in 24 hours, 18th,"
Least ditto,

4th,

10 A. M.

10 P. M.
both,
Relat. Humid. 10 A. M.
..... 10 P. M.
both,
Grs. mois, in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M. .149
10 P.M. .144
both, .146

Fair days, 23; rainy days, 8. Wind west of meridian, 26; east of meridian, 5.

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill.

N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afternoon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

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M.36

E.

Heavy snow. Mar. 17.34

E.

Clear frost.

E.

Ditto, mild.

W.

Do.

Cble. Do.

N. W. Clear, calm.

N. W. Cloudy.

N. W.Clear.

N. W. Clear, cold.

N. W. Clear.

N. W. Clear, cold

N. W. Do, mild.

N. W. Do.

W.

W.

N. W.

Cloudy, mild
Cloudy, do.
Showery,
cold.

1. CIVIL.

Charles Knatchbull, Esq. is appointed his Majesty's consul at Nantes, and all other ports and places in the Department of the Lower Loire.

The Earl of Fife has been appointed one of the Lords of the Bed-chamber, in room of the Earl of Poulett deceased.

Joseph Davies, Esq. is appointed his Majesty's consul for the Cape Verde Islands, to reside at St Jago.

II. ECCLESIASTICAL.

The Right Hon. Lord Douglas has presented the Rev. Arch. M'Conochy to the church and parish of Buncle and Preston.

III. MILITARY.

5 Dr. G. Wm Harcourt to be Cornet, 18 Mar. 1819 7 Dr. Cornet and Adj. T. Jeff, rank of Lieutenant,

4 do.

R. Smyth to be Cornet by purch. vice Wil-
liams, prom.
19 Feb.
Lieut. T. W. Harrington to be Capt. vice
Carter, dead
18 March
Cornet H. Ferguson, from 9 Dr. to be
Lieut. by purch. vice Fraser, prom.
25 Feb.

M.36

18

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A. 27
M-39
A. 32
M.39

20 A.36

M.40

21

A. 31

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24

25

26

27

28

29

21

27

35

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

30

31

39

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

9 Dr.

14

15

.354 M.41

.536 A. 41
.661 M.43

.661 A. 42
.430 M.41
.430 A. 42
.317 M.41
.118 A. 42
28.980 M.47

.108 A. 45
.906 M.43
29.122 A. 45
.229 M.46
.522 A. 45
.142 M.46
.286 A. 45

.122 M.45
A. 36 .122 A. 48
M.42 28.992, M.48
A. 42
992 A. 49
M.41 29.337 M.49
A. 41 .466 A. 49
M.42 .550 M.48
A. 42 | .594 A. 54
Average of rain .8 inches.

M.37

A.30

M.38

A.27

M.45

A. 36

M.41
A. 33
M.42

A.36

M.45

A.39

M.45

29.614 M.40 N. W. Clear, cold.

N W. Clear.

.594 A. 41 .406 M.40 28.869 A. 43 .951 M.43 29.951 A. 43

N. W. Snow & Rain

N. E. Clear, cold.

N. E. Clear.

N. E. Do.

Cble. Do.

W.

Rain & Snow

N. W. Hail showers
N.W. Do.

Cble, with
N. Whail showers,

S.W.

Rain fore. clear after. S.W. Showery.

S. W. Clear.

J. A. Lord Loughborough to be Cornet by
purch. vice Ferguson 25 Feb. 1819
William Spike to be Cornet by purch. vice
Whittle, ret.
do.
Lieut. H. Lane to be Capt. by purch. vice
Mansfield, ret.
25 Dec. 1818
Cornet F. Buckley to be Lieut. by purch.
vice Lane
do.
Major by purch.
18 March 1819
from 6 Dr. to
be Ensign and Lieut. by purch. vice An-
son, 11 Dr.

24 Dec. 1818 4 Foot H. J. Loraine to be Ensign and Lieut. by

6

purch. vice Bellingham, 6 F. 18 Feb. 19 Ensign W. Bellingham from 4 F. to be Ensign and Lieut. by purch. vice Lord Bingham do. Capt. W. Willshire, from h. p. 97 F. to be Capt. vice M'Gregor, cancelled 25 do. E. R. Rundle to be Ensign by purch. vice Cooper, ret. 11 March Capt. C. W. Wall to be Major, vice Armett, dead 25 Feb. Licut J. M. Philpot to be Capt. vice Wall do. Ensign J. Dewson to be Lieut. vice Philpot

22

Capt. J. F. Paterson to be
vice Broome, ret.
3 F. G. Ensign Lord Bingham,

N.W. Showery.

do. E. Wilmot to be Ensign, vice Dewson, 11 March prom. Capt. F. C. Crotty, from 68 F. to be Capt. vice Bt. Major Wilson, ret. upon h. p. 3 W. I. R.

18 Feb.

16 Foot Lieut. R. Vincent, from 58 F. to be Lieut. vice Carne, ret. on h. p. 58 F. 24 Dec. 1818 Lieut. J. S. Powell, to be Adj. vice Jones, res. Adj. only 25 Feb. 1819 Assist. Surg. W. Pollock, M. D. to be Surg. vice Papps, dead 11 March Ensign F. Croad to be Lieut. vice Davy, dead 15 Dec. 1818 T. Rainsford to be Ensign, vice M'Dougall, dead 17 Feb. 1819 Gent. Cadet P. Ditmas to be Ensign, vice Croad 18 do. Capt. F. W. Kysch, from 3 W. 1. R. to be Capt, vice Crotty, 39 F.

do.

Lt. Gen. W. C. Lord Beresford, G. C. B.
from 88 F. to be Colonel, vice Sir C.
Culyer, dead
11 March
Gent. Cadet S. M. F. Hall to be Ensign by
purch. vice Cope, ret.
21 Jan.
Capt. R. Place to be Major by pureh. vice
Westcott, ret.
11 March
Lieut. St J. A. Clerke to be Captain by
purch. vice Place
do.
Ensign J. D. Harris to be Lieut. by purch.
vice Clerke
do.
H. Hamilton to be Ensign by purch. vice
Harris
do.
B. H. Wynyard to be Ensign, vice Kerr,
dead
25 Feb.
Lt. Gen. Sir G. Druminond, G. C. B. to
be Colonel, vice Lord Beresford 11 Mar.
Capt. J. D. Tovey to be Major by purch.
vice Adams. ret.
24 Jan.

res. Adj. only

Licut. J. Pratt to be Capt. by purch. vice Tovey, prom. 24 do. Rifle Br. Lieut. J. Kincaid to be Adj. vice Smith, 18 Feb. J. Coulsten to be 2d Lieut. vice Peel, 90 F. 4 March 1 W.I.R. Gent. Cadet C. Mills to be Ensign, vice Maclean, dead 25 Feb. R. Y. Rang. Ensign J. Clarke to be Lieut. vice Campion, dead 21 Dec. 1818 Ensign J. Murphy to be Lieut. vice Fothergill, dead 22 do. R. Art. 1st Lieut. J. Whitty to be 2d Capt. 23 Oct. W. Munro do. 25 Jan. 1819 2d Lieut. P. L. Foote to be 1st Lieutenant 23 Oct. 1818 W. E. Richards, to be 1st Lieut. 25 Jan. 1819 Gent. Cadet S. J. Longmore to be 2d Lieut. 23 Oct. 1818 R. Eng. 1st Licut. J. S. Kitson to be 2d Captain 17 Jan. 1819 2d Lieut. F. T. Atwood to be 1st Lt. do. Garrison Gen. Sir David Baird, Bart. to be Gov. of Kinsale, vice Sir C. Culyer, dead 11 March H. B. B. Adams, late Major 95 F. to be Paym. of a Rec. District, vice Russell, dead 16 Feb.

51

53

66

22 88

68

69

75

77

85

88

95

Staff

Exchanges.

Major Watson, from 54 F. with Bt. Lt. Col. L. Walker, 71 F.

Walker, from 71 F. with Bt. Lt. Col. J. L. Watson, 51 F. Brevet Major Kelly, from 1 Life Gds. with Captain Martin, h.p. 25 Dr.

Shum, from 6 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Captain Pipon, h. p. 26 F. Captain Bridgeman, from 1 F. G. rec. diff. with Captain Vernon, h. p.

Morgan, from 2 F. G. rec. diff. with Capt. Kortright, h. p.

Moorhouse, from 3 F. G. rec. diff. with Capt. Forster, h. p.

F. Colville, from 3 F. G.rec. diff. with Capt. Knollys, h. p.

Grant, from 3 F. G. rec. diff. with Capt. H. Colville, h. p.

James, from 3 F. G. rec. diff. with Capt. Murray, h. p.

Dunn, from 14 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Rochfort, h. p.

Lieut. Petre, from 6 Dr. rec. diff. with Lt. Lowe, h. p. 18 Dr.

Visc. Valletor, from 1 F. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. Stanhope, h.

P.

Butler, from 3 F. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. Fraser, h. p.

Palmer, from 23 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Barnett, b. p. 71 F.

Garrett, from 49 F. rec. diff. with Lt. King,

h. p.

Master, from 1 F. G. rec. diff. with Capt. Vyner, h. p.

Clarke, from 1 F. with Capt. J. Cowell, h.p. Robertson, from 78 F. rec. diff. with Capt. J. P. Lardy, h. p. Meur. R. Lieut. Phillipson, from 7 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Lt. Chalmer, h. p. 1 Dr. G.

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Stopford, from 35 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Lord S. Kerr, h. p. 35 F.

Wheatley, from 39 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. H. Caldicott, h. p.

Everitt, from 67 F. with Lieut. B. Beaufoy, 27 F. Cornet Melville, from 9 Dr. with Lieut. Lord G. Bentinck, h. p. 1 F. G.

Ball, from 7 Dr. with Cornet Earl of Belfast, h. p. Ensign Lawton, from 81 F. with Ensign Splaine, h. p. 26 F.

Denny, from 3 F. rec. diff. with Ensign G. R. Carmac, h. p. 83 F.

M'Intire, from 33 F. with Ensign H. W. Lutyens, 45 F.

Lutyens, from 45 F. with Ensign J. M‘Intire, 33 F.

Milliken, R. Staff Co. with Ensign F. H. Robe, h. p. Quarter-Master Askey, from 51 F. with QuarterMaster Kenny, h. p. 97 F. Assist. Surg. Gilder, from 3 F. G. with Assist, Sur Judd, h. p.

Resignations and Retirements.

Major Adams, 95 F. Captain Mansfield, 15 Dr. Cornet Whittle, 14 Dr. Ensign Cope, 75 F.

Appointments Cancelled.

Captain M'Grogor, 21 F. Assistant Surgeon Maclean, 53 F.

Dismissed.

Pratt, Dep. Commis. Gen.

W. B. Moore, Dep. Assist. Commis. Gen.

Deaths.

Gen. Sir C. Culyer, Bart. 69 F. Gov.

Lt. Gen. M. Matthew, late of 98 F.
Wright, late R. Ir. Art.
Maj. Gen. Trotter, R. Art.
Lt. Col. Armett, 35 F.
Captain Maxwell, h. p. 14 F.
Schuyler, h. p. 41 F.
Keith, Inv. Bn. of R. Art.
Robertson, 3 Lancashire Militia
Lieut. Kellett, 5 Dr. Gds.

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