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ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 31st

July 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Auchinvale and Cuthbertson, merchants in Glas. Martin, George, merchant and meal-dealer, Swur

gow, and Wm Cuthbertson, sole surviving part nigburn, by Dundee per of said concern

Manfredi, Joseph Stella, and Company, dyers at Aiken, Macindoe, and Co. calico printers and mer Govan, near Glasgow; and Joseph Stella Man

chants, Glasgow; and Arch. Macindoe, merchant, fredi, dyer there, an individual partner thereof Glasgow, and Robert Fover, residing at Cuitt, M'Donald and M.Phail, merchants, Glasgow, and near Strathblane, two of the individual partners Hugh M‘Donald and Duncan MʻPhail, indiviof that concern

dual partners thereof Anderson and M‘Dowall, booksellers, Edinburgh Macindoe, Galbraith, and Company, calenderers, Blair, Wm. printer and publisher, Edinburgh

Glasgow; and Robt Macindoe, James Galbraith, Bucknall, John, dealer in china, &c. Edinburgh James Robertson, and George Lewis March, the Blair, Alex. wright, truuk-maker, and builder, individual partners thereof New Town, Glasgow

M'kenzie, Alex. merchant, Glasgow Barclay, Arthur, and Co. merchants, Glasgow; al M'Donald, Donald, merchant, Glasgow

so carrying on business in the island of St Vin M'Kenzie, Alex. jun. merchant, Inverness cent, in the West Indies, under the firm of Dan. Morrison, George, and Co. soap-manufacturers Brown and Co.; and Arthur Barclay, John Bar and merchants, Bonnington, near Leith clay, junior, and Daniel Brown, three of the in Paul, Daniel, cloth-merchant, Greenock dividual partners of said company

Reid, Andrew, merchant, Glasgow Barclay and Drysdale, merchants, Glasgow, and Robertson and Jeffrey, wine and spirit dealers, James Drysdale as an individual

Glasgow Brown, John, saddler, merchant, and dealer in Ross, Thomas, merchant, Montrose leather, Perth

Storey, Wm. surgeon-druggist, Glasgow Brodie, James, bleacher at Ayton Bleachfield

Steele, James, carver and gilder, Prince's-street, Clark, John, and Co. cotton-spinners, Calton, Edinburgh Glasgow

Taylor, Mélutyre, and Cowan, spirit-dealers, GlasCrawford, Arch. and Co. merchants and grocers, gow, as a company; and Walter E. Taylor, Alex. Glasgow, and Arch. Crawford and John M'Nicoll, M'Intyre, and John Cowan, as individuals the individual partners thereof

Wilson and Hill, slate-merchants, Glasgow, and Cunningham, Wm. manufacturer and agent, Glas Wm Wilson, slate-merchant there, the surviving gow

partner Dunlop, Colin, manufacturer of and dealer in iron, at Clyde Iron Works

DIVIDENDS. Dick, John, bookseller, High-street, Edinburgh Dalmarnock Dye-work Company, and the Green Brown, Wm. late hardware-merchant, 2, North

head Foundry Company, and George Brown and Bridge, Edinburgh; by David Brown—Is. 6d. Tho. Buchanan, the individual partners thereof per pound, 25th August Forrester, Anderson, and Jarvie, merchants, Glas Chambers, David, and Co. woollen and linen dra

gow, and William Anderson and William Jarvie, pers, Lockerby; by George Montgomerie, merthe individual partners thereof

chant, Dumfries Graham, Alex. and Company, merchants, Glasgow, Elder, Wm. leather-merchant, Dalkeith; by And.

and carrying on business at Conception Bay, Gray, currier therem4s. 81d. per pound, 1st Sept. Newfoundland, under the firm of Graham, Mac Gardner, J. and J. mathematical instrument-makNicoll, and Company; and Alex. Graham, mer ers, Glasgow; by Wm Carrick, accountant there chant in Greenock, and John M‘Nicoll, mer -a final dividend, 9th August

chant in Glasgow, the individual partners thereof Gillies, Colin, merchant, Brechin; by Jas. Speid, Kirkwood, James, spirit-dealer, Edinburgh

writer there~48. per pound, 4th August Leitch, Hill, and Company, merchants, Glasgow; Mitchell, James, tanner, St Ninians; by Charles

and Aler. Leitch, Neil (lill, and John M‘Nicoll, Christie, writer, Stirling, the individual partners thereof

Mitchell, Álex. farmer and cattle-dealer in FiddesLawson, William, grocer, Glasgow

beg of Foveran; by David Hutchison, advocate, M‘Nicol, Ronald, merchant, Glasgow

Aberdeen-a final dividend MʻIntyre, Peter, shoemaker and leather-merchant, Scott, Burt, and Company, tanners, Kilconquhar ; Glasgow

by Wm Inglis, Ardrossy, by Elie.

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Tuesday, Aug. 3.
Beef (174 oz. per lb.) Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf
Mutton

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.)
Lamb, per quarter •

2s. Od. to 4s. 6d. Butter, per lb. Vead

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. New Salt ditto, Pork

.

Os. 10d. to ls. Od. Os. 6d. to 1s. Od. ls. 4d. to Os Od. 1s. Hal. to Os. Od. 20s. Od. to Os. Od. Os. 9d. to Os. Od.

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Os. 6d. to Os. 70. Ditto, per stone
Tallow, per stone • 10s. Od. to 15s. Od. Eggs, per dozen

HADDINGTON.-Aug. 6.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.
Pease.

Beans. 1st,......39s. Od. 1st,......32s. 6d. 1st,...... 21s. 6d. 1st,......23s. 6d. Ist, 2d, ......37s. Od. i 20.......29s. Od. | 2d, ......19s. Od. 2d, ....... 21s. Od.

2d....... 20s. Od. 3d, ......30s. Od. 3d, ...... 275. Od. 30, ......17s. Od. / 31, ...... 18s. Od. 30........17s. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1:16:6: 9-12ths.

....238. Od.

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Malt,

London, Corn Exchange, Aug. 2.

Liverpool, July 81.
Wheat,

3. d.
3.
Wheat, Red . 76 to 78 Boilers

42 to 46

Pease, for. 40 0 to 50 0 Fine ... o to 0 Small Beans. 0 to 0 English.

10 9 to 11 6 Nice, p.cwt. 19 0 to 22 6 Superfine O to 0 Fine.

0 to 0 Scotch . 10 6 to 11 6 Flour, English, White

0 to 0|Tick .... 41 to 16 Welsh ... 0 0 to 0 op.280/b.fine 60 0 to 62 0 Fine 0 to 0 Fine

O to

O Trish, new 10 0 to 10 3 –Seconds . 55 0 to 56 0 Foreign 65 to 76 Feed Oats .22 to 24 Dantzic • 10 6 to 10 9 Irishp. 240lb. 50 0 to 52 0 Rye 34 to 36 Fine

O to Weimar . . 10 6 to 10 9 Ameri. p. bl. 38 0 to 10 O Fine

0 to 0 Poland do . 27 to 30 American. 8 6 to 96-Sour do.. 32 0 to 35 0 Barley 34 to 37 Fine

o to

O Quebec ...90 to 9 6 Clover-seed, p. bush. Fine

0 to 0 o to 0 Potato do.

White

28 to 31 Barley, per 60 lbs. Superfine

O to 0 0 Fine o to

Red

o English,grind. 4 6 to 5 6 . . 60 to 72 Flour, p. sack 60 to 65 Maiting... 5 6 to 6 0 Qatmeal, per 210 lb. Fine 0 to 0 Seconds o to 0 Irish.

30 0 to 32 0

4 0 to 4 6 English Hog Pease. 46 to 50 North Country 0 to

0 Scotch ..

5 0 to 60 Scotch ... 28 0 to 30 O Mapie

Pollard
0 to o Foreign

50 to 5 3 Irish .... 26 0 to 30 0 White ..... 42 to 46| Bran

o to 0 Malt p.9gls. 10 6 to 11 0 Butter, Beef, gc. Rye, for.

34 0 to 36 0 Butter, per cwt. s. Oats, per 45 lb.

Belfast

98 to Seeds, fc.-Aug. 6.

0 English 3 6 to 4 0 Newry

96 to 97

s. Scotch pota. 3 6 to 4 0 Waterford, new ( to 0 Must. Brown, 20 to 0 Hempseed . : 50 to

Welsh 3 6 to 4 o Cork, 3d

86 to

0 -White ... O to 0 Linseed, crush. 56 to 65 Irish, 3 0 to 3 4 Pickled, 92 to 0 Tares. . 10 to 20 New, for Seed - to

Common. 2 10 to 3 0 Beef, p. tierce 85 to 95 Turnips .... 0 to 0 Ryegrass,

56 to
Foreign . 2 9 to 3 0

55 to 63 -New 10 to 16 Clover, Red, .100 to

Beans, pr qr.

Pork, p. brl. 82 to 87 -Yellow .. O to 0-White 110 to

English 44 0 to 48 0 Hams, dry, · 64 to 66 Carraway

o Coriander
92 to 30 Irish ..

• 44 0 to 16 0 Bacon,
Canary
120 to 01 Trefoil
70 to - Pease, per quar.

Short middles 78 to 80 New Rapeseed, £44 to £-, |Boiling. 40 0 to 50 O Long

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74 to 76 Rapeseed, £

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Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week

ended 24th July 1819. Wheat, 75s. 9d.-Rye, 49s. 2d.-Barley, 41s. 6d.--Oats, 26s. 3d.-Beans, 31s. Odo-Pease, 49s. 1d.

Beer or Big, Os. Od.--Oatmeal, 298. Od.

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 July 1819. Wheat, 64s. 10d.-Rye, 46s. 5d.-Barley, 575. 74.-Oats, 253. 8d.-Beans, 128. 7d.—Pease, 42s. 9d.-

Beer or Big, 34s. 70.-Oatmeal, Os. Od.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

Our present report will be found as favourable as our last was unfavourable to the idea of an improvement in our climate. The thermometer, on the 1st of July, ranged between 421° and 611°, and on the 31st, between 55° and 69o. The increase of temperature was, with a few exceptions, progressive from the beginning of the month till the 24th, when it reached its maximum, 14°. After that day it did not again rise to 70°, but stood repeatedly at 69°, and seldom sunk below 55° during the night. The maximum temperature of July 1818 was 80}", but the mean of the whole month was only one degree higher than the mean of July last. The mean daily range of the thermometer is one degree,

and the temperature of spring water one-tenth of a degree, less than last year. There is also a remarkable coincidence in the mean height of the barometer. At ten in the morning they are exactly the same to a thousandth part of an inch, and at night they differ only by four thousandths. This is the more remarkable, as the quantity of rain this year is not one-third of what fell in July last year. On the 1st of the month the barometer stood at 29:5, and continued to rise slowly, but almost progressively, till the 13th, when it stood at 30-2. On that day it began to fall, and continued to do so gradually till the 19th, when it had sunk to 29.2. On the 19th it again rose still more regularly than before, at the rate of one-tenth in 24 hours, till on the 29th, it stood at 30.2°, when a depression again took place, which still continues (August 3d,) with the same uniformity as before. We do not recollect having ever observed so much regularity in the fluctuations of the barometrical column. We have compared them with the moon's phases, but cannot perceive any connexion between the two. The results of the hygrometrical observations are very satisfactory, as confirming the accuracy of the late discoveries in that branch of meteorology. The point of the deposition at 10 in the morning coincides exactly with the mean minimum temperature. At 10 in the evening it is 1•7 lower, owing to the deposi. tion of dew that frequently took place between sunset and that hour, and by which the point of saturation was necessarily reduced. Both the absolute and relative humidity of the air has increased since the month of June.

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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.

JULY 1819.
Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat,

67.0 Maximum,

24th day,

74-0 .....cold, 51.9 Minimum,

1st

42.5 temperature, 10 A. M. 61.7 Lowest maximum, 8th

61.0 ....... 10 P. M.

55.5 Highest minimum,

23d

60.0 of daily extremes,

59.4
Highest, 10 A. M. 24th

71.6 10 A. M. and 10 P. M.

58.6 Lowest ditto,

3d

55.0 ..... 4 daily observations, 59.0 Highest, 10 P. M. 23d

69.0 Whole range of thermometer,

467.5 Lowest ditto

Ist

47.0 Mean daily ditto, 15.1 Greatest range in 24 hours, 21st

22-5 ........ temperature of spring water,

56.4 Least ditto,

30th

8.5
BAROMETER.
Inches.
BAROMETER.

Inches, Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 63) 29.867 Highest, 10 A. M.

29th

30.225 ............. 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 63) 29.890 Lowest ditto,

19th

29.170 ........... both, (temp. of mer. 63)

29.879 Highest, 10 P. M.

28th

30.235 Whole range of barometer,

4.555 Lowest ditto,

19th

29.975 Mean ditto, during the day, .077 Greatest range in 24 hours, 17th

.355 .... night,

.070
Least ditto,

29th

.025 ................. in 24 hours,

.147

HYGROMETER. Degrees.
HYGROMETER. Degrees.
Leslie. Highest, 10 A. M. 7th

50.0 Rain in inches,

1.256
........... Lowest ditto, öd

5.0 Evaporation in ditto,

2.735
Highest, 10 P.M. 7th

32.0 Mean daily Evaporation,

.088

.......... Lowest ditto, 2d Leslie. Mean, fo A. M.

28.0 Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. 24th 64.0 10 P. M.

13.4

....................... Lowest ditto, 9th 39.6 .... both,

20.7 ........................... Highest, 10 P.M. 93d 58.6 Anderson. Point of Dep. 10 A. M. 51.9

........................ Lowest ditto,

10th 38.4 10 P. M. 50.2

Relat.Hum. Highest, 10 A.M. 3d 95.0 both, -51.1

Least ditto,

7th 54.0 Relat. Humid. 10 A.M.

74.0

........... Greatest, 10 P.M. 2d 91.0 ......... 10 P. M. 84.6

Least ditto, 10th 65.6

79.3 ...... Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest, 10 A.M. 24th .581 ............... Grs. mois, in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M..264

Least ditto,

.173 ..........10 P.M. .9.18

........... Greatest, 10 P. M. 23d 320 .......... both, .256

................ Least ditto, 10th 167 Fair days, 24; rainy days, 7. Wind west of meridian, 23; east of meridian, 8.

5.0

both,

9th

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, afterThe second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register

Thermometer.

noon.

Ther. Barom.

showers after July 17{

{

A. 482

N.W. Cloudy. S.W. Showers. s.W. Rainy.

Cble. Cloudy fore.

20 M.50 21 SM,58

M.53

Clear.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.
July 1{ A. 43
M.55 29.733 M.59 n.w.

Fair foren.
.631A.59
M.55 .242 M.60
2
A. 12 .244 A.58)

N.W. Cloudy.
M.55 .310 M.59
3
A.50 .384 A. 61

Cble. Showery.
M.58

.192 M.62
1
A. 482
.221 A.58

rain aftern.
M.60 .205 M.63
5

W.
A. 46
.259 A. 59S

Clear.
6
M.58
.291 M.65

w.
.342 A, 65
A. 48

Clear.
M.65 .396 M.66

Cble. Clear.
A. 48

.516 A. 68 )
M.60
8
.406 M.66

Showers.
.635 A. 65 )
.605 M.62

N.W. Clear.
A. 52 .760 A. 61
.645 M.62

N.W. Clear.
A. 17

.741 A. 58
M.57
.770 M.61

N.W. Cloudy.
A. 44 .730 A. 60
12
M.61 .815 M.61

Cble. Clear.
A. 45

.944 A. 63)
A. 50 .996 A.58)

Clear.
14

M.60 .908 M.67 E.
A. 51 .864 A. 64

Clear.
15

M.55
A. 474

.780 A. 58
163
M.69

720 M.68
A. 1731 .740 A. 65 )

Cloudy.

s.w.

A.52

Attach.

Ther. Wind.
17

M.58 29.764 M.65
A. 49

.762 A. 65
18
M.57

.432 M.62

.329 A. 64
M.59
19

.107 M.65
A. 48.3

.107 A. 60

.251 M.58
A. 17
.480 A.62

N.W. Clear.
.595 M.63
A. 18
.7371A. 61

N.W. Clear.
22

.815 M.66 A. 44

W.
.837 A, 67

Clear.
M.65

.892 M.70
A. 14)
.999 A. 72

W.
M.67

.958 M.70
A. 552

Cloudy fore.

W. .559 A. 72

thun. aftern. M.57 25 .982 M.66

E.

Thun. fore. .982 A. 65}

rain aftern. 26 M.54 .837 M.64

Cloudy fore.

E.
A.52
.945 A. 63

thun. after.
M.59
27

.955 M.65
A.51)
.955 A. 63

E. Clear.
M.63
28{

.105 M.67
A.51
.969 A. 67

Clear,
M.58
29 {

.999 N.67
A. 49
.999 A. 65

E. Clear.
M,58

.989 M.64
A. 492 .983 A. 64)

Clear,
M.58 .942 M.64
A. 51 .941 A. 66 )

E. Clear.
Average of Rain, 1-4 inches.

9 M.55 10 {M.57

A.53

11

13 M.38

.993 M.63 E.

.833 M.62|s. E. Clear.

30{ 51{

W.

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

15 July

grave, dead

I. CIVIL.

69 F. H. D. O'Halloran to be Ensign, vice Curzon, 53 F.

1 Nov. Adam Duff, Esq. advocate, has been appointed

70 Sheriff Depute of the shire of Edinburgh, in room

Staff Assist. Surg. S. Farnden to be Assist. of Sir William Rae, resigned.

Surg. vice Swindell, dead 24 June 1819 75 Lieut. J. Richardson to be Captain, vice

Hood, dead
II. MILITARY.

Ensign R. L. Knight to be Lieut, do.
M.J. Slade to be Ensign

do. 6 Dr.G. R. Dundas to be Cornet by purch. vice 77 Ensign J. Molyneux to be Adjutant, vice Armstrong, prom. 17 June 1819

T. Molyneux, res. Adjutant only do. 2 Dr. Lieut. C. Wyndham to be Capt. by purch. 81

Major General Sir J. Kempt. G. C. B. fm. vice Fenton, ret.

24 do.

3 W. I. India Regt. to be Colonel, vice Cornet M. Lloyd to be Lieut. by purch. do.

Johnson, 5 F.

12 do. Cornet and Adj. W. Crauford to have rank 85 Brevet Major W. P. De Bathe to be Major of Lieut.

25 do.

by pur. vice Knox, prom. 4 W. I. Regt. R. Markham to be Cornet by purch. 24 do.

24 June 7 R. Pringle to be Cornet by purch. 15 July

Lieut. F. Maunsell to be Captain by purch. 13 Cornet and Adjutant T.' Rosser to have

vice De Bathe

do, rank of Lieut.

25 June

Ensign J. Hunter to be Lieut. by purch. 16 J. R. Broadhead to be Cornet by purch.

vice Maunsell

do. vice Hodson, ret.

8 July

Lord C. Paulet to be Ensign by purch. 19 George Talbot to be Cornet by purch. vice

vice Hunter

do. Bailey

24 June

86 Lieut. C. M‘Laurin to be Captain, vice 21 Cornet' T. F. Cowderoy to be Lieut. by

M'Lean, dead

21 Oct. 1818 purch. vice Somerset, Cape Regt. 1 July

Ensign J. Holland to be Licut. do. T. Smoke to be Cornet by purch. vice 87 J. Vincent to be Ensign, vice Carroll, dead Lindsay, prom. 24 Dr. 5 Sept. 1818

1 do. H. S. Hodges to be Cornet by purch. vice 89 Ensign J. M'Lean, from h. p. to be Ens. Cowderoy 15 July 1819 vice Goodwin, prom.

1 Aug: 24 Lieut. J. Mylne to be Captain by purch. 4W.I.R. Major Hon. J. Knox to be Lieut. Colonel vice Smoke, ret.

5 Dec. 1818

by purch. vice Nixon, ret. 24 June 1819 C. Deane to be Captain by purch. R.York Ran. Lieut. C. R. Northey, from 52 F. to vice Wallis, ret.

do.

be Captain by pur. vice Edwards, Cornet M. G. F. Lindsay, from 21 Dr. to

ret.

do. be Lieut. by purch. vice Mylne do.

R.W. I Ran. Ensign W. Midgley to be Lieut. vice Lieut. C. Wardell to be Adjutant, vice

George, dead

21 Feb. Mylne

do.

Ensign and adjutant P. Gray to have 2 F. Brevet Major C. Williamson, from 3 W. I.

rauk of Lieut.

22 do
Reg. to be Capt. vice Morle, ret. on h. p.
3W. I. Reg.
29 April 1819

Medical Department.
Ensign Isaac Beer to be Licut. vice Bla-

Staff Surg. W. H. Lys, from h. p. to be Surg.
S July

25 June 1819 W. Lonsdale to be Ensign

do.

P. M'Glashan, from h. p. to be Surg. 5 Gen. Sir H. Johnson, Bart. from 81 F. to

vice Campbell

do. be Colonel, vice Wynyard, dead 12 do. 50 Lieut. C. R: M‘Leod, from 24 Dr. to be

Assist Surg. J. M. Bartley, from h. p. 1 D. G. to be
Assist. Surg. to the Forces

14 June Lieut. vice Winrow, dead

Jos. Allen, from R. W. I. Rang. to be 12 Nov. 1818 Ensign W. B. Frizell to be Lieut. vice

Assist. Surg. to the Forees

25 do.

J. Woodroffe, M. D. to be Assis. Surg. Frazer, East India Comp. Service 13 do. to the Forces

do. 32 A. Stewart, to be Lieut. vice Ste

E. Millet, M. D. to be Assist. Surg. to phens, dead

15 July 1819
the Forces

do. Gent. Cadet T. Calder to be Ensign do.

E. Maher to be Assist. Surg. to the 38 Captain W. Read, from h. p. 72 F. to be

Forces

do. Captain, vice Hussey, dead 8 do. 47 Lieut. T. French to be Adjutant, vice Bur.

W. A. M'Donough to be Assist. Surg. to the Forces

do. rowes, dead

24 June

P. Kehoe to be As. Sur, to the For. do. 52 Ensign H. P. Smith to be Lieut. by purch.

G. Lloyd

do.

do. do. vice Northey, prom. York Ran. do.

J. Stewart do.

do. do. R. F. Hill to be Ensign by purch. vice Smith

do.

Dep. Purv. George Pratt, from h. p. to be Dep.
Pur, to the Forces, vice Keys, h. p.

do. 53 Lieut. W. Portbury to be Captain, vice

W. S. Shiell, Hospital Assist.

do. Russell, dead

26 Aug. 1818
M. P. Birminghamn

do.
Ensign J. Stewart to be Lieut. vice Taylor,
dead

1 Oct.

Garrisons.
E. Browne to be Lieut. vice Port-
bury

3 do.

Assist. Surgeon S. G. Lawrence, from Asylum at Hon. F. Curzom, from 69 F. to be

Southampton, to be Assist. Surg. of Chelsea HosLieut. vice M‘Kay, dead 1 Nov.

pital

25 March R. F. Davis to be Lieut. vice Mac

Lieut. J. Gallagher, h. p. 98 F. to be Town Major pherson, dead

24 do.

at New Brunswick, více Jenkins, dead 25 Feb. B. J. C. Muirson to be Ensign, vice Davis

Royal Artillery.
1 Oct. 1815
G. Carpenter to be Ensign, vice Silver 2 do. Capt. J. Taylor, from h. p. to be Capt. vice Sir J.
H. Gray to be Ensign, vice Steward 2 do. Onslow, ret. on h. p.

9 June 1819 Ensign D. M. Byrne, from h.

2d Capt. W. Pakenham, from h. p. to be 2d Capt. be Ensign, vice Browne Dec. 1818 vice Twyning, ret. h. p.

7 do. Assist. Surg. B. L. Landham, from 24 Dr. 2d Lieut. N. Cavanagh to be 1st Lieut.

11 May 25 do.

Ist do. R. B. Blackiston to be Assist. Surg. vice Pollock

do.

do. 65 Ensign W. Newhouse to be Lieut. vice. 2d Lieut. J. Hollingworth, from h. p. to be 2d Sharpe, dead

17 Sept.
Lieut. vice Cooper, dead

9 do. R. Lynd to be Lieut. 31 Oct.

A. M. Wingfield, from h. p. to be 2d Lieut. Lieut. P. Farquharson to be Adjutant, vice

vice Scale, dead

10 do, Ward, dead

do.

- A. Tulloh, from h. p. to be 2d Lt. 11 do. 67 D. M‘Pherson to be Captain, vice

Gent. Cadet A. Alcock to be 2d Lieut. 8 July Campbell, dead

23 Nov. Ensign J. Thompson to be Lieut. do.

Exchanges. 68 Gent. Cadet M. Power to be Ensign, vice Lieut. Col. Earl Waldegrave, from 54 F. with Lt. Rowley, 7 F.

24 June 1819 Col. Daniel, h. p. 98 F. 69 Ensign L. Kelly to be Lieut. vice Mitchell, Brevet Lieut. Col. Napier, froin 13 F. with Major 65 F.

1 Oct. 1818 Haverfield, F. p.

Brevet Lleut. Col. Money, from 11 Dr. rec. diff, Cornet Fisher, from 24 Dr. with Ensign Dighton, with Brevet Lieut. Col. Childers, b. p. 60 F.

h. p. 84 F. Morris, from 5 F. rec. diff. with 2d Lieut. Bruce, from Ritle Brig. with %d Lieut. Brevet Lieut. Col. Balfour, h. p. 40 F.

Falconar, h. p. Brevet Major Poppleton, from 53 F. rec. difl. with Ensign Babington, from 63 F. with Ensign KerCapt. Whannell, h. p. 12 F.

shawe, 3 W. I. R. Capt. Major, from 2 W. I. R. with Capt. Arm

Macdonald, from 42 F. rec. diff. with Ens. strong, 19 Dr.

Scott, h. p. 91 F. Langley, from 79 F. rec. diff. with Captain Leslie, fm. 16 F. with Ens. Brand, h. p. 95 F. Mackintosh, h. p. 60 F.

Walter, from 46 F. with Ensign Lloyd, h.p. Wilson, from 17 F. rec. diff. with Captain 87 F. Creighton, h. p. 97 F.

Gardner, from 59 F. with 2d Lieut Mac Cox, from 11 F. with Capt. Lord Belhaven donald, h. p. late 4 Ceylon Regt. and Stenton, h. p. 40 F.

Paymaster Allsopp, from 14 F. with Paymaster Manson, from 15 F. rec. diff. with Captain Brennan, 97 F. Colman, h. cane, from 32 F. rec. dim. with Capt. Ar

Assist. Surg. Murray, from 60 F. with Assis. Surg.

Simpson, h. p. den, h. p. 2 Gar. Bat.

- Gibb, from 88 F. with Assist. Surg. Seymour, from 1 Life Gds. rec. diff. with Bartlett, h. p. Capt. M.Niel, h. p. 23 Dr.

Staff Surg. O'Maley, with Staff Surg. Cole, h. p.
Andrews, from 24 F. rec. diff. with Captain
Wilson, h. p. 14 F.

Resignations and Retirements.
Jones, from 67 F. rec. diff. with Captain

Lieut. Colonel Nixon

4 W. I. R. Poyntz, h. p. 69 F.

Cameron

79 F. Lieut. Smith, from 10 Dr. with Cornet and Sub Major Smoke

24 Dr. Lieut. Burdett, 1 Life Gds.

Capt. Fenton

2 Dr. Letham, from 64 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Browne

6 Dr. Boyes, h. p. 26 F.

Wallace

24 Dr. Thomas, from 64 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Jull,

Docwra

31 F.

Edwards h. p. 50 F.

York Rang. M‘Phee, from 79 F. with Lieut. Crawford,

Harding

Cape Regt. h. p.

Lieut. Peters

7 Dr.

Downes
Nepean, from 46 F. with Lieut. Raines,

19 Dr.

Cornet Hodson h. p. 8 W. I. R.

16 Dr. Clarke, fm. 22 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Steuart,

Sir T. C. Style, Bart.

18 Dr.

Cancelled.
Mackay, from 76 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

2d Lieut. Coulston

Rifle Brigade Wood, h. p. Kelly, from 89 F. with Lieut. Moore, h. p.

Reinstated. 60 F.

Lieut. F. Bernard, 24 F.

11 Aug. 1808 Richards, from 5 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Lt.

Deaths. Hunter, h. p. 3 L. Dr. Plunket, from 63 F. rec. diff. with Perceval, Lieut. General Wm Wynyard, 5 F. 10 July 1819

June ኢ

Robinson, 60 F. h. p. Barker, from 91 F. rec. dift. with Lieut.

Capt. Edgell, 4 F. Trinidad

3 June Buchan, h. p. 25 F.

Hood, 74 F.
Gardner, from Rifle Brig. rec. diff. with Lt.

White, h. p. 3 Ceylon Regt. Fort Pitt 8 July Fitz Gerald, h. p.

Ward, h. p. 2 Gar. Bat.

22 Feb. Tait, from Staff Corps, rec. diff. with Lieut.

Lt. Rogers, 22 Dr. on board the Warren Hastings Martindall, h. p. 97 F.

April Edwards, from 20 F. with Lieut. Dodgin,

Blagrave, 4 F. Trinidad

19 April h. p. 66 F.

Winrow, 30 F.
Chantry, from 4 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Stephens, 32 F. Corfu

29 March Methold, h. p. 71 F.

Eustace, 35 F.

9 June Powell, from 14 F. rec. diff. with Lieut,

Burrowes (Adj.) 47 F. Bombay 23 Dec. 1818 Grant, h. p.

Macpherson, 53 F.
Stuart, from 16 F. with Lieut. Law, 86 F.

Rice, h. p. 1 W. I. R. Dominica 19 April 1819
Moorhead, from 69 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Rumann, h. p. Ger. Leg. Hanover 1 June Dobbin, h. p.

Kane, Royal Art.

28 Dec. 1818 Patterson, from 87 F. rec. diff. with Lieut,

2d Lieut. and Ensign Seale, Royal Art. Anderson, h. p. 53 F.

Home, 86°F. 18 Dec. 1818 Cornet Seton, fm. 18 Dr. with Lt. Battier, 5 D. G.

Paymaster White, 89 F.
Chambers, fm. 11 Dr. with Lt. Hare, 21 Dr.

Assist. Surg. Black. 22 F. Mauritius 27 Feb. 1819
Wilan, from 21 Dr. with Ensign Erskine,

Swindle, 70 F. h. p. 14 F.

Muller, h. p. Ger. Leg. 5 June Commissary Rankin, D. A. C. Gen.

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

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BIRTHS. June 23. At Gordon House, Kentish Town, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Smith, a son, being her eighteenth child.

24. At Edinburgh, the lady of Rear-Admiral Otway, commander-in-chief, a daughter.

26. At Stirling Castle, the lady of Capt. Bishop, 40th regiment, a daughter.

- At Bargally, the lady of John Mackie, Esq. of Bargally, a daughter. 27. At Durmore, Mrs Campbell, a son.

- At Tarbolton, Mrs Archibald Hood, of her twelfth son.

30. At Warriston Crescent, Edinburgh, the lady of Capt. John Thomson, R. N. a daughter.

- At Edinburgh, Mrs Ramsay, Hanover Street, a son.

Mary Jean Snouck, aged 46, residing at Ypres, the mother previously of five children, has been delivered of three more children, two males and one female; the first child, a male, was born at half past seven, A. M. on the 29th June; the seeond, a female, on the 30th, at hall-past two, A.M.;

and the third, a male, the same day, at three, A.M. The mother and three infants are doing well.

July 1. At Cramond House, Mrs Hope Joha. stone of Annandale, a son and heir.

2. At Howard Place, Mrs Pringle, a daughter.

3. At Ramornie House, Fifeshire, the lady of James Heriot, Esq. of Ramornie, a son.

- At Edinburgh, the lady of Mr J. H. Wishart, surgeon, York Place, a son. 4. At Ferrybank, Mrs Fleming, Flisk Manse, a

At Edinburgh, Mrs J. B. Gracie, a daughter. 6. Mrs Murray, Melville Street, Edinburgh, a 7. Mrs John Russell, George Street, Edinburgh, a daughter.

10. At Leith, Mrs Captain Ramage, royal navy, a daughter.

Åt Tinnis, Mrs Ballantyne of Phunhope, a 13. At Balgonie Cottage, the lady of LieutenantColonel David Forbes, a son.

- At Kilbryde Castle, Lady Campbell, a son.

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