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The Triumphs of Genius. An Essay. Robert Kaye Grerille, Esq. F. R. S. E. By Alexander Paton. 12mo. 88. . &c. No. I. 45.
Sketches of the Character, Manners, Memoirs of the late Reverend Alexın. and Present State of the Highlanders of der Stewart, D. D, one of the Ministers of Scotland ; with Details of the Military Sera Canongate, Edinburgh. To which are vices of the Highland Regiments. By Co. subjoined a few of his Sermons. Second lonel David Stewart. A new edition. 2 edition. 8vo. 108. 6d. vols. 8vo. £1, 8s.
Testimonies to the Truths of Natural - The Scottish Cryptogamic Flora ; or and Revealed Religion, extracted from the coloured Figures and Descriptions of Crypt. Works of distinguished Laymen. By the ogamic Plants found in Scotland, and be. Reverend James Brewster, minister of Jonging chiefly to the order Fungi. By Craig. 2mo. 58. Odl.
Oats. Pease & Beans.
Tuesday, June 11.
1. Od. HADDINGTON.-Juuc 7. Wheat. I Barley. I Oats.
Beans. Ist, ....28s. 6d. 1st .... 20s, 6d. 1st; ...178. 6d. 1st, ... 13s. Od. 1st,
... 14s. L. 2d, .....26s. Od. 2d, .... 18s. Od. | 2d, .....15s. Od. 2d, ... 12s. Od. 2d, ... 12s. Od. 3d, ....259. 6d. 3d, ....16s. Od. 3d, ....13s. Od. 3d, ... Ils. Od. 3d, ... Ils. Od.
Average, £l : fs. 9d. 4-12ths. dverage Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the IVeck
ended June 1. Wheat, 15s. 1d.-Barley, 168. Od.- Oats, 176 Od-Rye, 20s. Sch-Beans, 22s. 100.--Pease, Pls. 8d. London, Corn Exchange, June 3.
Liverpool, June 4.
4. d. 8. d Wheat, red, new 30 to 36/White ditto. 25 to 27 Wheat, per 70 lb. Amer. p. 796 Ib. Fine ditto. 38 to 43 Ditto, boilers . to 31 Eng. oid 8 oto 9 5 Sweet, U.S. - Oto - o Superfine ditto
to 26 New 5 0 to 8 4 Do. in bond 50 0 to 32 0 Diito, old .. 43 to 52 Ditto, old . . to 29||Foreign ..4 0 to 5 O Sour do.. 35 0 to 36 0 White, new 33 to 38 Tick ditto, new to 21/Waterford 4 6 to 6 4Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Fine ditto . 40 to 5 Ditto, old
to 21||Limerick 4 6 to 6 9 English 24 0 to 97 0 Superfine ditto 52 to 55|Feed oats
13 to 16||Drogheda 5 0
9 Scotch .. 24 O to 26 0 Ditto, old . . 41 to 61 Fine ditto.. to 18||Dublin 4 6 to 5 4 Irish ... 24 0 to 26
20 to 22 Poland ditto. to 18 Scotch. 7 0 to 9 0Bran, p. 24 lb.l 1 to 1 1 Barley ...
14 to 16 Fine ditto. 19 to 21/Irish Old . 7 0 to Fine ditto . 16 to 18 Potato ditto . to 22 Barley, per 60 lbs
Butter, Beef, gc. Supertine ditto 19 to 20 Fine ditto . . to 24 Eng.... 3 0 to 3 6 Butter,p.cwt. s. d. S. d. Malt. ... 36 to 40 Scotch . . .
Scotch :. 2 9 to 3 3 Belfast, new 74 0 to 75 O Fine . . . . 42 to 46|Flour, per sack
Irish .. 9 9 to 3 O Newry .. - Oto – 0 Hog Pease.
20 to 21 Ditto, seconds 42||Oats, per 15 Ib. Waterford .70 0 to 7: 0 Maple ... 22 to 24 North country 36 Eng. pota. 2 8 to 3 o Cork,pic.2d, 82 0 to $50
Irish do.. 2 9 to 2 10 3d dry - Oto - O
Scotch do. % 9 to 3 0Beef, p. tierce.
p. barrel 55 0 to
3. d. Fine . 6 9 to 7 O Pork, p. bl. 0 to o Must. White, . 8 to 10 6 Hempseed. - 0||Beans,per q.
Mess . 4O to - Brown, new 10 to 15 6 Linseed, crush. 48 to 56 | English . 26
to 56 o English. 26 0 to 28
0 to 28 0 - Middl. . 40 0 to Tares, per bsh.-to-01 - Fine. . to - 0|Irish .. 24 0 to 25 0Bacon, p. ewt. Turnips, bsh. 32 to 46 o Rye Grass, i 14 to 24 of Rapeseed, p. I. £26 to 28 Short mids. 50 0 to 30 - Red & green-to - OlClover, red cwt.25 to 56 oilPease,grey20 0 to 24 o Sides .. 26 0 to 18 u -Yellow, - to - - White ... 30 to 64 0 White .50 0 to 33 o Hams, dry, 40 0 to 44 0 Caraway, cwt. 56 to 67 of Coriander .. 10 to 15 of Flour, English,
Green .. 26 0 to 28 Canary, per qr. 30 to 34 OfTrefoil ....11 to 22 ollp.2401b.fine34 0 to 36 o Lard,rd.p.c. 42 0 to 180
Rape Seed, per last, . £29 to £30. IlIrish .. 7 0 to 34 o Tongue,p.fir- oto
Rye . . . .
Course of Exchange, June 7 Amsterdam, 12 : 9. C. F. Ditto at sight, 12 : 6° Rotterdam, 12 : 10. Antwerp, 12:4. Hamburgh, 37: 8. Altona, 37:9. Paris' 3 d. sight, 25 : 40. Ditto 25 : 70. Bourdeaux, 25 : 70. Frankfort on the Maine, 1554. Petersburgh, per rble. 9:3. Us. Vienna, 10:12 Ef flo. Trieste, 10:12 Eff. fló. Madrid, 361. Cadiz, 36. Bilboa, 36. Barcelona, 36. Seville, 36. Gibraltar, 30%. Leghorn, 474. Genoa, 434. Venice, 27: 60. Malta, 45. Naples, 39%. Palermo, 118. Lisbon, 514. Oporto, 514. Rio Janeiro, 46. Bahia, 51. Dublin, 94 per cent. Cork, 98 per cent.
Prices of Gold and Silver, per 07.-Foreign gold, in bars, £3: 17: 104d. New Doubloons, £0:0: Od. New Dollars, 4s. 98. Silver in bars, stand. Os. Od.
PRICES CURRENT, May 4.
LIVERPOOL LONDON. B. P. Dry Brown, wt.
to 60 Mid, good, and fine mid.
Fine and very fine, .. Refined Doub. Loaves, .
1.30 Powder ditto, .
100 Single ditto, 88
110 Small Lumps, Large ditto, . . .
Crushed Lumps, ... MOLASSES, British, cwt.
27 61 COFFEE, Jamaica,. cwt. Ord. good, and fine ord.
106 Mid. good, and fine mid.
112 Dutch Triage and very ord.
98 Ord. good, and fine ord.
135 104 113 100
112 Mid. good, and fine mid. 135
144 St Domingo, .
109 Pimento (in Bond,)... SPIRITS,
Jam. Rum, 16 0. P. gall. 2 od %s d Ils 8d is 10d Is 100 % Od Is 9d ls 100 Brandy, . . . . . .
13 9 3 10 Geneva, . . .
Grain Whisky, . ..
Claret, 1st Growths, bhd.
9 0 9 10 £10 0 10 10 Honduras, ...
9 10 9 13 10 10 1 0 Campeachy,
10 0 10 10 11 10 1 0 FUSTIC, Jamaica
7 8 8 15 Cuba, . . . . . .
10 0 12
$t Domingo, ditto, TAR, American,
Archangel, ... : PITCH, Foreign, wt. TALLOW, Rus. Vel. Cand.
Home melted, ...
Pot, . . OIL, Whale, , tun.
19 10 Cod. TOBACCO, Virgin. ine, ib.
0 70 . Middling, Inferior,
i ii : Denerara and Berbice,
091 011 West India,
8A 0 95 Pernambuco,
011; 0 105 0110 1101 Maranham,
METEOROLOGICAL Table, extracted from the Register kept ar Edinburgh, ir tk
Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afte. noon.—The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.
Ther. Barom. Tlier. Wiod.
M.16 29.782 1.60 U Dull, warm,
thun. & lt. M.401.982 M.531 Rain, and
.826 M.011 Warm, with A.411 .915 A.50
sunshine. SM.36 1.897 M.491 Fair foren.
M.44 .SCI M.67 1
A. 65 .861 A. 64
A. 63 .994 A. 66
M.47 30.132 M.67 1.
A.56 129.999 A. 63)
M.43 .993 M.65
A. 56 .876 A, 60
M.38 .620 1.611
.280 A. 60
.485 M 62
rain at night.
(A.56 .5761A, 36 )
.454 M.55 Is Dull mort. A. 40) .404/A. 11
bail & rain.
th. & It. 21,
A.52 .951 A.59)
showers. M.37 .865 M.461 Fair, sun
rain night, M.43 .594M.581 Very warm,
M.45 .80 M.61
M.42 .780 M.61
"T14.58 .791 A.6i/Cble. Ditta. M.15 .766 M.61
Dull, slight 16 A.55 | 2744A. 60 }/Cble. (showers.
Average of Rain, 1.926 inches.
UA.59 95 SM.36
2143 SN.cocble. Ditto.
.875 A. 59
.836 A. 39/SW.
.810 A. &
ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTCIes, announced between the 20th
of April and the 20th of May 1822, extracted from the London Gazette. Ackland, H. and J. Rose, Leadenhall-market, pro- Collard, W. Enmore, Somersetshire, baker. vision-merchants.
Coales, J. Earith, Huntingdonshire, liquor-met. Amiss, J. Bromyard, Herefordshire, vi ualler.
chant. Attree, W. Brighton, coach-maker.
Cole, T. and R. Priest, jun. Norwich, warehouseBeley, J. Birmingham, dealer.
men. Benbow, T. Bromyard, Herefordshire, draper. Cosser, W. Millbank street, timber-merchants. Bentley, T. and E. Leicester, brace-manufacturer. Cruckshanks, J.Gerrard street, sash-inanufacturer. Bird, J. T. Bury St Edmunds, butcher.
Cruso, D. Norwich, linen-draper. . Bleay, J. Marston, Oxfordshire, corn-dealer. Davis, T. East Stouchouse, Devonshire, shipBosher, J. Norway-place, Hackney-road, timber builder. merchant.
Dean, R. W. and T. W. Cooke, Sugarloaf-alley. Bradley, W. Louth, linen-draper.
Bethnal-green, brewers. Bramwell, J. Leadenhall-street, hatter.
Devey, H. F., T. Tickell, and J. Sanders, Golde. Brittain, J. Worcester, linen-draper.
hìi, Staffordshire, iron-manufacturers. Burr, J. Hales Owen, Shropshire, ironmonger. Dryden, J. Wood-street, warehouseman. Burgess, J. Liverpool, dealer.
Dunnett, D. Norwich, veterinary-surgeon. Carliell, c. Bury S. Edmund's, carpenter.
Ekins,' w. sen. St Ives, Huntingdonshire, in Carter, M. Forton-mill, Gosport, miller.
keeper. Child, J. St Ives, Huntingdonshire, boatwright. Ely, T. Fenchurch-street, malt-factor.
Emett, C. Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire, quarry. Pearson, J. Newcastle-under-line, grocer. inan.
Pritchard, J. Rosaman-street, Clerkenwell, car. Evans, F. Cirencester, corn-dealer.
penter. Faulkner, P. Manchester, warehouseman.
Prothers, J. Bedwellty, Monmouthshire, shopFearman, W. New Bond-street, bookseller.
keeper. Finer, F. Drury-lane, grocer.
Robinson, W. Halifax, ironmonger. Firmstone, J. P. Wolverhampton, iron-master. Roxby, R. B. Arbour-square, Commercial-road, Fowler, W. Staines, linen-draper.
merchant. Freethy, T. Acton, Middlesex, baker.
Rose, J. G. Brompton, dealer.' Gamson, J. Gainsborough, mercer.
Rout, J. Whitechapel, linen-draper. Goodwin, J. Sheffield, victualler.
Russ, J. Evesbam, Worcestershire, butcher. Green, J. Biriningham, ironmonger.
Salman, J. Lambeth, coal-inerchant. Griffith, T. Hilmorton, Warwickshire, victualler. Sansom, J. Exeter, china-dealer. Hamper, H. Cheltenham, hosier.
Schofield, J. Sheffield, cutler. Hennum, E. Crown-court, Threadneedle-street, Smith, J. K. Farnham, Surrey, upholsterer. insurance-broker.
Smith, A. J. and J. Shepherd, Kingswinford, StarHawkins, J. jun. Glastonbury, Somersetshire, fordshire, iron-masters. horse-dealer.
Smith, R. Frome Selwood, Somersetshire, innHeath, W. Cheadle, grocer.
holder. Hewitt, T. Carlisle, draper.
Smith, M. H. Burslem. Hirst, J. Awkley, Yorkshire, iron-founder.
Smith, J. Whargford, Suffolk, warrener. Holland, S. P. Worcester, hop-merchant.
Stewart, R. King-street, Cheapside, Scotch factor. Horsely, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, linen-draper. Surnam, F. Crowle, Worcestershire, maltster. Hudson, J. Ulverston, victualler.
Tatner, W. Kent-road, victualler. Jones, D. Liverpool, dealer.
Upperton, R. Petworth, banker. Jones, L. Deptford-bridge, dealer.
Vaughan, T. Chorley, Lancashire, cotton manuKent, C. Manchester, shopkeeper.
facturer. Lawson, P. Bownes-hall, Cumberland, corn-dealer. Vincent, J.Regent-street, Mary-le-bone, victualler. Marsh, W. and W. Willatt, Hanley, Staffordshire, Walton, S. Nantwich, linen-draper. earthenware-manufacturers.
Walwyn, R. Woodstreet, Cheajaside, printer. Mortram, J. Bristol, hop-merchant.
Warren, P. Warminster, mealman. Bloore, D. Aston, Warwickshire, iron-master, Watkins, W. Norton, Worceste, shire, corn-dealer. Morris, S. Long Itchington, Warwickshire, corn, White, T. Regent-street, St James's, whitesmith. · dealer.
Whitehouse, B. Dale End, Biriningham, baker. Nash, J. sen. Clandon, Surrey, farmer
Wilson, H. Hatton-garder, auctioneer. . . Orme, H. Liverpool, brewer,
Willett, F. E. and R. Thetford. Owen, J. Leadenhall-street, cabinet-maker.
Williams, P. jun. Knightsbridge, linen-draper. Parkes, J. J. and J. Warwick, worsted manufac- Woakes, J. Hereford, upholsterer. turers. .
Worswick, T. Lancaster, banker. Pearl, R, Cambridge, cook.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and
31st May, 1822, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Campbell, Duncan and Archibald, paper-makers Steven Hugb, merchant in Girvin. at Milholm and in Glasgow.
Tod, James and Andrew & Co. merchants, Bo'ness. Cowan, Robert and Sons, grain-merchants in Walker, Robert, victualler and hay-merchant, Glasgow.
Glasgow. Gordon, William, corn-merchant, St Andrews.
DIVIDENDS. The Companies now and formerly carrying on Forbes, William, merchant and agent in Aber
business in Edinburgh, as booksellers, publish deen; a final dividend of 2d. per pound after ers, and stationers, under the firm of Peter 19th June. Hill & Co.
Garden, Brothers, & Co.; Garden, Wilson, & Imray, James, stationer, agent, and general tra Co. late merchants in Glasgow, (being oue con- der, Glasgow,
cern) an equalizing dividend or 5s. Per pound, M*Kellar and Co. merchants and drapers in Green on 27th June, but no farther dividend. ock.
Lawson, Wm. grocer in Glasgow; a second diviMalcolm, Robert, bookseller in Glasgow.
dend after 2d July. Nasmyth, Pollock, & Co. stationers in Edinburgh, M.Donald, Roderick, partner of Malcolm, Paterand paper-makers at Melville Mill.
son, & Co. fire-brick manufacturers, Port-DunNewnham, Thomas, merchant, and dealer in cot das, and cowfeeder in Tradestown of Glasgow;
ton wool in Glasgow, and farmer and cattle. a final dividend on 25th June. dealer at Cardonald Abbey, parish of Paisley, Macfarlane, Robert, & Co. merchants and agents and county of Renfrew.
in Ingrain Street, Glasgow, and Basing Lase, Richardson, Robert, merchant, Lochmaben.
London; a dividend after 16th June. Robertson, James & Co. booksellers, Parliament Philip and Taylor, merchants in Aberdeen; a final Square, Edinburgh.
dividend on 26th June. Ruthven, J. and Sons, printers in Edinburgh. Wardrobe, Alexander, ironmonger in Glasgow, Peck, Samuel, spirit-dealer, Glasgow.
now deceased; a final dividend after 6th June.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c. Brevet Lt. Col. Hon. E. P. Lygon, 2 Life Gds. 14 Dr. Lt. Beck with, Capt. by purch. vice to be Colonel in the Army,
May 9. April 27, 1829,
Cornet Willes, Lt. by purch. do. Capt. W. Gray, h. p. R. African Corps,
Cornet Ross, froin h. p. Cornet by
do. 1 Life G. T. Millard, Cornet by purch. sice Locke 15 Assist. Surg. Jeyes, Surg. vice Easton. from 34 F.
do. 2. R. H. G. H. Wellesley, Cornet by purch. vice 16 Bt. Lt. Col. Murray, Lt. Col. do. 2. Hotchkin, prom.
do. 3 Dr. G. Assist. Surg. Brown, from 29 F. Askist.
Lt. Grimes, Capt.
do. Surg. vice Williamson, Staft, do. 2.
Capt. Greville, Troin h. p. 3 Dr Capt. W. Armit, Cornet by purch. vice
do. 26. Westcnra, prom.
Lt. Williams, from 59 F. do. do. 26. 59 . Lt. Kelly, from late 9 Vet. Bn. Lt vico -- Hilton, from h. p. 25 Dr. do. do.
Williains, 16 Dr.
May 26. Hake, from h. p. 21 Dr. do do.
Ens. Pita Maurice, Le vice Madden, Lovelace, from h. p. 25 Dr. do. do.
June 13, 1821. - Macdougall, from h. p. 16 Dr. do.
R. Campbell, Eng. April 18, 1822.
Lt. Peppard, from h. p. 10 F. Lt. vice Jones, from 87 F. do.
. : Courtayne, 44 F.
May 29. - Lowe, from h. p. 6 Dr. do.
Capt. Stewart, Maj. by purch. vice Lt. Armstrong, from 38 F. do.
Col. Manners, ret.
April 1s. - Douglas, from h. p. 20 Dr. do.
Ens. Gore, from h. p. 57 F. Ens. vice 25 do, M‘Leod, dead,
do 25. Cornet Stewart, from b. p. 18 Dr. Cor
Major Pitt, LL Col. by purch. vice net,
Cap.. Harpur, Maj, do
do. do. 25.
D. A. Courtuyne, Ens. vice Burney. Assist. Surg. Murray, from ho p Assist.
E. J. C. Serv.
Lt. Armstrong, from h. p. 60 F. Lt. Lt. Suter, from h. p. 28 F. Lt. viee Or.
vice Jones, 16 Dr.
May 26. rok, dead, July 25, 1821.
Worsley, from h. p 60 F.LL. vice Evs, Sherburne, from 70 F. Lt. vice
Hawkins, 14 F.
April 25. Wardrop, dead, Oct. 18, 182'.
Assist. Surg. Walsh, from h. p. 10 Vet. A. H. Loid Dorchester, Ens. by purch.
Br. Assist. Surg. vice Pope cancelled, vice Ward, ret. April 18.
do. Lt. Fraser, Capt. vice Loftus, dead, 2 W. I. R. Capt. Willats, from h. p. African corps,
do. 21. Hosp. Assist. Freer, Assist. Surg. vice
Ross, do. do. do.
do. 25 Boyd, dead,
Ens. Maclean, do. do. Ens. do. 94. Capt. Elliott, Major by purch. vice
Rogers, from h. p. W. I. Rang.
do. 23. Lt. Richardson, Capt. by purch do. I Vet. Bn. Ens. Doyle, Adj. vice Ross, cancelled, Ens. Davidson, Lt. by parch. do.
. do. 18. Gent. Cadet. G. S. Byng, from R. Mil.
Capt. M'Donell, from late 6 Vet. Bp.
Dec, 25, 1821,
Ens. 'Ella, from late 2 Vet. Bn. Ens. dead, Aug. 1, 1821. vice Norton, cancelled,
Ist Lt. Robinson, from h. p. Ist Lt.
vice Manley, dead, May 1, 1892. F. Lt. Vice Armstrong, 16 Dr.
20 Lt. Kaye, 1st Lt.
do. May 26.
Gent. Cadet Humfrey, Sd Lt. do.
Hosp. Assist. Sillery, Assist. Surg. to dead,
April 18, vice
- Sibbald, do. do. 1822. Nixon, Major,
do. 25. Lt. Maclean, Capt.
Assist. Surg. Williamson, from 3 Dr, Ens. Macktell, Lt.
Gds. Assist. Surg. to the Forces, Donaldson, do.
do. 26. Ens. and Adj. Woollard, Rank of Lt.
May 2 Hosp. Assist. Mauray, from h. p Hosp. do, 27.
Assist. vice Mupkittrick, cancelled. Ens. Eastwood, Lt. do. 28.
Rev, R. W. Tunney, from h. p. Chap-
lain to the Forces, vice Jenkins, Nugent, from h. p.of. do. do.
h. p. 94 Dr. Gent. Cadet Moorhead, from R. Mil. -- O'Hara, from 63 F. with Lt. Col. Burke, Coll. Ens.
do. 26, 2W. I. R. J. J. Boyse, Ens.
do. 28. Major Maclaine, from 57 F. with Major Leun, h. Assist. Surg. Stark, from h. p. 60 F. p. 3 Ceylon Regt. Assist. Surg.
do. 25, Capl. Forlong, from 33 F. with Bt. Major Hall, R. Lawrie, Ens. vice Carroll, cancell 58 F.
Fowden, from 3 F. with Capt. Cotton, h.p. Ll. Sutherland, from h. p. 61 F. Lt. 99 Dr. vice Swayne, 44 F.
Fullerton, from 30 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Lt. Browne, Capt. vice Scott, dead, Gray, b. p.
April 18. Saunderson, from 31 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Ens. Willes, Lt.
do. Lord G. Bentinck, h. P. 50 F. Ross, from h. p. 67 F. Ens. do.
Bishop, from 50 F. with Capt. Powell, h. Evs. Miller, Lt. by purch. vice Powell,
p. 23 F.
Rowan, from 67 F. with Capt. Dwyer, D.
do.5. Full Pay Life Gds. and Inf. with Lieut. Locke,
- M Dowal, from 9 Dr. with Lieut. MontEus. Hill, Lt. by purch.
gomery, 16 Dr. Gunning, from 30 F. Ens. do.
Graham, from 16 Dr. with Lieut. MenEns. and Adj. Dowdall, Lt. by purch. tcath, 17 Dr. prom.
do. 17. - Ashhurst, from 34 F. with Lieut. Rice, Ens. Thomas, Lt.
do. 18. 46 F Gent. Cadct L. 1'. Townshend, from R. Osborne, from 38 F. rer. dig. with Lieute Mil. Con. Ens. by purch.
Kerr, from h. p. 100 F.