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APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
1. CIVIL. Sir Samuel Shephard, Knt. has been appointed Chief of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Scotland, vacant by the resignation of Robert Dundas, Esq.
The Honourable Alexander Maconochie has been appointed one of the Judges of the Court of Session by the title of Lord Meadow
bank, and also one of the Lords Commissioners of the High Court of Justiciary:
Sir William Rae of St Catharines, Bart. has been appointed Lord Advocate for Scotland, in the room of the Honourable Alexander Maconochie, appointed a Lord of Session, and one of the Lords Commissioners of Justiciary.
A. Cor. Lieut. A. B. Armstrong to be Adj. viee
Adamson, res. Adj. only 1 March
8 May 1819 1st Lieut. G. Coles to be 2d Capt. do.
J. A. Wilson, from h. p. to be 1st Lieut.
do. 2d Lieut. D. Thorndyke to be Ist Lt. do.
S. A. Severne, from h. p. to be 2d Lieut.
II. MILITARY Brevet Maj. R. W. H. H. Vyse, 2 Life Gds. to be
Lieut.-Col, in the Army 13th May 1819 6 Di. R. Mansell to be Cornet by purch. vice Lambert, ret.
27 March 14 Gent. Cadet E. S. Gooch to be Cornet by purch. vice Speke, ret.
27 May 22 Capt. B. J. Smith to be Maj. by purch. vice Lawrence, ret.
do. Lieut. J. Enderby be Capt. by purch. vice Smith
do, Cornet Alfred Davis to be Lieut. by purch. vice Enderby
do. W. H. Williamson to be Cornet by purch. vice Davis
do. 7 F. Lieut. R. Muter to be Capt. by purch. vice Major, ret.
do. Ensign C. Rowley, from 68 F. to be Lieut. by purch. vice Muter
do. 9 Ensign C. B. Brisbane to be Lieut. vice Hart, dead
20 do. T. Sandes to be Ensign, vice Brisbane do. 17 Lieut.-Gen. J. Champagne, from 41 F. to
be Col. vice Gen. G. Garth, dead 14 June 29 Lieut. J. V. Evans to be Capt. by purch. vice Coker, ret.
20 May 33 Capt. J. Burton, from h. p. 31 F. to be Capt. vice Bennett, 69 F.
do. 41 M. Gen. Hon. Sir E. Stopford, K.C.B. fm.
R. A. C. to be Colonel, vice Lieut.-Gen.
14 June 69
Captain W. Bennett, from 33 F. to be
Capt. vice Freeman, h. p. 31 F. 20 May 72
Lieut. P. Sutherland to be Capt. vice Gethin, dead
do. Ensign H. Rose to be Lieut. vice Sutherland
25 do. T. W. Nicholls to be Ensign, vice Rose do. Lieut. H. Jervis to be Adj. vice Coventry, res. Adj. only
do. 79 Capt. James Campbell (2d) to be Maj. by
purch. vice Cameron, ret. 3 June Lieut. J. Fraser to be Capt. by purch. vice Campbell
do. Ensign Duncan M.Dougall to be Lieut. by purch. vice Fraser
do. H. F. Maule to be Ensign by purch. vice M'Dougal, prom.
do. 9 Lieut. W. Pearce to be Capt. vice Croker, dead
27 May Ensign W. H. Dougan to be Lieut. vice Pearce
do. A. R. C. Norcott to be Ensign, vice Dougan
Gov. of Placentia, vice Gen. G. Garth,
14 June 1819 Lieut. A. Lane, h. p. 98 F. to be Town
Major of Prince Edward's Island, vice
Exchanges. Capt. Heathcote, from 10 F. with Capt. Macdowall, Staff in Ionian Islands
Barallier, from 33 F. with Capt. F. Barrallier, 1 h. p. 101 F.
Grant, from 18 Dr. ree. diff. with Capt. Vernon, h. p. 23 F.
Crosse, from 8 F. with Capt. Fraser, h. p. 78 F.
Arnold, from 19 Dr. rec. diff. with Brev. Maj. Stewart, h. p. R. B.
Hutchinson, from 1 F. Gds. rec. diff. with Capt. Butler, h. p.
M.Donald, from 42 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Middleton, h. p. Lieut.
Ross, from 1 Dr. with Lieut. Green, h. p. Staff. C. of Caval.
Wigley, from 63 F. rec. diff. with Lieuth Fry, h. P
Stuart, from 88 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Hon. C. Napier, h. p. 73 F.
Mason, from 47 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Stew. art, h. p. 92 F.
Letham, from 64 F. rec. dift. with Lleat. Boyes, h. p. 26 F.
Thomas, from 64 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Jull, h. p. 50 F.
M'Pheo, from 79 F. with Lieut. Crawford, Cornet St John, from 12 Dr. with Cornet Morris, 13 Dr.
Smith, from 3 Dr. rec. diff. with Cornet Gulston, h. p. 11 Dr. 2d Lieut. Bruce, from R. B. rec. diff. with Cornet
Falconer, h. p. Ensign Williams, from 3 F. rec. diff. with Ensign J. Cameron, jun. h. p. 92 F.
M'Lachlan, from 57 F. rec. diff. with Ens. Ferrier, h. p. 56 F.
Anderson, from 57 F. rec. diff. with Ensign Bainbrigge, h. p. 2 G. Bn. - Hurst, from 11 F. rec. diff. with Ens. Tuckett, h. p. 87 F.
Qua. Mast. Buchan, from 26 F. with Qua. Mast. 2 Lt. & Ens. Hunt, A. Cor. (killed by the Caffres) M'Gregor, h. p.
1 Feb. 1819 Assist. Surg. Murray, from 60 F. with Assist. Surg.
Newnan, 1 Cey. Reg. 28 Oct. 1818 Simpson, h. p.
Henderson, 1 Čey. Reg. 3 Dec. Staff Surg. Rawling, with Staff Surg. Thompson,
Dr Harvey, Physic. Gen, in Ireland 12 Mar, 1819 Lieut. Col. D. Cameron 79 F. Gilmour, Hosp. Assist.
April Major Lawrence 22 Dr. Nelson, Hosp. Assist.
9 Aug. 1818 Capt. Major 7 F. Mulquiny, Hosp. Assist.
20 Oct Coker
29 E. Jones, adj.
Anglesea Milit. Additions and Alterations while Printing. Lieut. Stoddard
Stafford Milit. Cornet Lambert
I L. G. Lt. Wm. S. Smith, from 10 Dr. to be Cor. Speko
and Sub-Lt. v. Burdett, exe. 7 June 1819 Paym. Cayley
So. Lincoln Milit.
5 D. G. Cornet C. H. Seton, from 18 Dr. to be
Cornet, vice Battier, exc. 17 do. Appointment Cancelled.
6 Dr. Lieut. A. Hassard to be Capt. by purch. vice Browne, ret.
do. 2d Lieut. R. Basset
1 Cey. Regt.
Cornet E. Armstrong to be Lieut. by pur. Cashiered.
Cornet & Adj. T. Boyd to have rank of Paymas. Alexander Biggar
Walter Scott to be Cornet by purch. vice
10 do: General George Garth, 17 F. Lt.-Gov. of Placentia
Cornet W. Battier, from 5 D. G. to be Cor.' Lieut.-Gen. Barton, late of 2 Life Gds.
net, vice Seton, exc.
do, Sir James Campbell, Bt. from 61 F. 19 Capt. W. Major, from 9 W. I. R to be 5 June 1819 Capt. vice Armstrong, exc.
de Colonel Walsham, Radnor Militia
Cornet A. Bailey to be Lieut, by purch. Lieut.-Col. Rodewold, h. p. 2 Huss. K.G. L.
vice Downes, ret.
de 10 April 31 F. Lieut. A. Beamish to be Capt. by purch. Maj. Wilmerding, h. p. 2 L. Dr. K. G. L. 15 April
vice Docwra, ret.
3 do. Capt. Hussey, 38 F.
Ensign W. Smyth to be Lieut, by purch.
25 Dec. 1818
do. Elenholme, 73 F.
F.Ward to be Ensign by purch. vice Smyth M.Laine, 86 F. 20 Oct.
do. Croker, 89 F.
43 Maj. W. Haverfield, from h. p. to be Maj. -Smith, 2 Cey. Reg:
17 do. Hawkins, paym. South Devon. Mil.
54 Lieut. Col. J. Daniell, from h. p. 98 F.to Connellan, adj. Westmeath Mil.
be Lieut. Col. vice Earl of Waldegrave, Lieut. Wilton, 14 Dr.
1 May 1819
do. Hart, 9 F.
79 Capt. A. F. Macintosh, from h. p. 60 F. to Ness, 30 F.
be Capt. vice Langley, ex. rec. dift. do. Winrow, 30 F.
11 Nov. 1818 Cape C. Lieut. c. H. Somerset, from 21 Dr. to be Macpherson, 53 F.
Capt. by purch. vice Harding, ret. do. Pelican, h. p. Wattev. R. 2 Lt. & Ens. Lardner, 50 F.
Toe2W.I. R.Captotice mstrong, from 19 Dr. to be Magenis, 60 F. 27 Mar. 1819
Lieut. H. J. Ricketts to be Adjut. vice An. Trydell, 73 F. 8 Nov. 1818
derson, res. Adjut, only. 25 Mar.
John Day, Naval Officer at Leith.
Sugar. THE prices of Sugar continued to decline, and the demand to be limited, till towards the close of last month. At this period the market became brišker, and the prices advanced considerably. Inferior qualities, however, are again become dull, but the finer qualities maintain their rise. The grocers have in general been purchasing very freely. Their stocks were greatly reduced ; and the certainty that the market was at the lowest ebb, brought them forward to purchase freely. Upon the whole, the demand for Sugar may be stated to be considerable, and the prices greatly better, notwithstanding the daily arrivals from the Colonies. Early in the season the weather changed for the better in the islands, and, to the date of the latest accounts, continuing fine, the crops would be finished in proper time and in good order. The whole supplies for the year will thus be brought to market as early as possible. In Foreign and East India Sugars the demand is limited. Molasses remain steady-Coffee. The market for this article continues subject to great fluctuations. Some weeks ago the demand became extensive, and the prices advanced nearly 10s. per cwt. Again the prices declined to nearly their former standard, and of late the demand has become more extensive, and the prices are again on the advance. The Coffee market may be stated as extremely uncertain and fluctuating. There appears no certain data to calculate either its advance or decline. These vary according to the accounts from the Continent. The market, on the whole, however, may be stated to have improved since our last.-Cotton. After an unusual depression, and a long period of gloom and despondence, there is some appearance of a revival in the Cotton market. The