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MONTHLY REGISTER.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the

Observatory, Calton-hill. Ņ.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after noon.—The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

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w.

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Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.
Feb. 1SM.36 29.339 M.12

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M.31 29.534 M.45) Dull foren.
W.
h. rain night

Feb.
A. 42 128.998 A. 15 )

SW.
A. 41
.570 A. 15

fair aftern. M.35 .866 M.13

.878 M.41
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A. 42

Ditto.
.135 A. 10 S
Heavy rain.

A.36 .792 A. 48
3
M.29 .999 M.401 Foren. fair,

.792 M.47

SW.

Fair, with A.34 .940 A. 39 aftern. snow.

.748 A. 50

sunshine
M.29 29.251 M.39
Frost, snow

.630 M.49
Cble.
A.32 28.999 A. 39

W. Ditto.
on ground.

A. 49 .745 A. 45 )
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5
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Snow morn.

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A. 34 29.232 A. 37)

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NW.
A. 42

.479 A. 45 S
.530 M.37
Fair, with

Rain morn.
A. 38 .233 A. 41

sunshine.

UA. 39
.691 A. 41

fair day. M.35 128.968 M.44

.966 M.40

Frost inom 7{A.44 29.203 A. 41}

Cble. night shower VA. 39 .966/A. 43

fair day. M.32 .491 M.10 Fair, with

.691 M.44

Fair days A. 31

SW. .560 A. 39

W. sunshine.

VA. 43

.637 A. 43 rain night. .114 M.43 Dull day,

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SW.
.105 A. 43
A. 44

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rain even

A. 37 .627 A. 40
M.35 420 M.43

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SW.

.345 M.47
.554/A. 42
A. 41
fair.

Rain day.

VA. 46 .375 A. 48 S
.605 M.43
Frost morn.

.672 M.48
A. 41 .667 A. 41

UA. 47

w. Fair day.

.644/A. 48
.876 M.46

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Frost morn.

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EDINBURGH.--March 13.
Wheat.
Barley

Oats.

Pease & Beans. Ist... 31s. 6d. Ist,... 20s, 6d: Ist....... 15s. Od. 1st......158. Od. 2d, ...285. Od. 2d, ...18s, Od. 2d, ...... 14s. Od. 2d,...... 14s. 6d. 3d, ... 24s. Od. 3d, ...175. Od. 3d,...... 128. Od.

3d,

12s. 6d. Average of Wheat, £l :7: 11d. per boll.

Tuesday, March 12. be Bengali

Beef (1702. per Ib.) Os. 3}d. to Os. 6d. Quartern Loaf Os. 9d. to Os. Od. pedieze d'Il Mutton

Os. 4ļd. to Os. 6d. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 8d. to Os. Od.

Os. 9d. to 1s. Od. Fresh Butter, per lb. ls. 6d, to 0s. (d. isultura i Pork

Os. 4d. to Os. 64. Salt ditto, per stone 16s. Od. to 18s. Od. Lamb, per quarter. 8s. Od. to 9s. Od. Ditto, per Ib. ls. Od. to s. 2d. Opinions and Tallow, per stone 75. 6d. to 8s. Od. Eggs, per dozen 0s. 73. to Os. Ode

HADDINGTON.--March 8.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.
Pease.

Beans. de ist, ....31s. 6d. 1st, .... 19s. 6d. Ist; ...20s. 63. / 1st, 14s. 6d. | Ist, 16s. Od.

2d,..... 18s. Od. | 2d, 13s. Od. | 2d, ja 2, ....28s. Od. 2d, .... 188. Od.

14s. Od. 3d, .... 16s. Od. | 3d, Ils. Od. 3d, Shes By 3d, ....26s. 6d. | 3d, .... 185. Od.

12s. Od. Average, £l : 7s. 9d. ul Regi Arcrage Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week

ended March 2.
Wheat, 466. 11d.-Barley, 199. 24.--Oats, 15s, 60.-Rye, 23s. 5d.-Beans, 228. 8d.-Pease, 23s. 1d.
London, Corn Exchange, March 4.

Liverpool, March 5.
d.

8. d. 8. d.
Wheat, red, new 30 to 36/White ditto 25 to 28 Wheat, per 70 lb. Amer. p. 196 lb.
Fine ditto. 34 to 42 Ditto, boilers. 28 to 30 Eng. Old 93 to 10 o Sweet, U.S. - 0 to
Superfine ditto 45 to 50 Smali Beans, new 24 to 27 New 6 0 to 9 0 Do. inbond 25 0 to 27 0
50 to 60 Ditto, old 26 to 30 Foreign .. 4

0 to 5

0 Sour do. , 35 0 to 36 34 to 58 Tick ditto, new 18 to 20 Waterford 5 6 to 7 0Oatmeal, per 240 lb. 42 to 50 Ditto, old 22 to 24 Limerick 5 6 to 7 6 English 25 O to 27 0

13 to 16 Drogheda 5 9 to 7 2 Scotch .. 23 0 to 24 0 Ditto, old 50 to 66 Fine ditto 14 to 18 Dublin 5 0 to 5 9 Irish ... 22 0 to 23 0 Rye

21 to 24 Poland ditto 16 to 18 Scotch 7 6 to 9 6Bran, p. 24 lb. 10 to 1 0
15 to 17 Fine ditto 19 to 21 Irish Old . 8 0 to 9 61
18 to 20 Potato ditto 18 to 22 Barley, per 60 lbs.

Butter, Beef, gic. Superfine ditto 21 to 22 Fine ditto 23 to 24 Eng. 1. 3 O to 6Butter,p.cwt. s. d. s. d. 40 to 48 Scotch

25 to Scotch. 3 0 to 4 6Belfast, new 82 0 to 81 0 50 to 51 Flour, per sack 50 to 55 Irish , 9 9 to 3 1 Newry, 80 0 to 82 0 Hog Pease 20 to 21 Ditto, seconds 40 to 45 Oats, per 15 lb.

Waterford . 74 0 to 75 0 22 to 23|North country 10 to 4- Eng, pota. 2 9 to 3 Cork,pic.2d, 80 0 to 82 0

Irish do. 28 to 2 10

3d dry 76 0 to Seeds, &c.

Scotch do. 5 0 to 4 O Beef, p. tierce.
Rye, per qr.

26 to 28 0 Mess 85 0 to 95 Malt per b.

p. barrel 16 0 to 17 $. d.

$. d. Fine. 8 0 to 8 4 Pork, p. bl. 50 0 to 56 0 Must. White, . 6 to 10 of Hempseed 74 to 40 o Beans, perq.

Mess 48 0 to 52 0 Brown, new 10 to 16 oLinseed, crush. 40 to 44 0 English .30 0 to 32 0 Middl. ,- Oto - 0 Tares, per bsh. 5 to 40 - Fine

52 to 60 O Irish • 25 0 to 300Bacon, p. cwt. Tumirs, bsh. 36 to 38 o Rye Grass, 18 to 35 0 Rapeseed, p. 1. £30 to 32 Short mids. 30 0 to 32 0 - Bed & green 28 to 36 oClover, red cwt.24 to 63 o Pease grey22 0 to 25 olsides

28 0 to 18 to 24 0-White ... Caraway, cwt. 63 to 70 o Coriander

30 to 75 0 --White -36 0 to 40 OHams, dry, 50 0 to 56 12 to 16 o Flour, English,

Green

30 O to Cunary, per qr. 36 to 38 olTrefoil . 5 to 30 oslp.2403b.fine38 0 to 400 Lard, rd.p.c. 470 to 49 Rape Seed, per last,

£31 to £33. MIrish . . 30 0 to 36 O|Tongue,p.fir.-0 to

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Course of Exchange, Mar. 6.- Amsterdam, 12 : 8. C. F. Ditto at sight, 12:5,
Rotterdam, 12 : 9. "Antwerp, 12:5. Hamburgh, 37: 3. Altona, 37: 4. Paris

, 3 d. sight, 25 : 40. Ditto 25 : 70. Bourdeaux, 23: 70. Frankfort on the Maine, 154, Petersburgh, per rble. 89 3. Us. Vienna, 10:12 Eff: flo. Trieste, 10:12 Eff. flo. Madrid, 37. Cadiz, 36.

Bilboa, 364. Barcelona, 36. Seville, 36. Gibraltar, 305
Leghorn, 474. Genoa, 43%. Venice, 27: 60. Malta, 45. Naples, 394. Palermo,
118. Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 50%.
Rio Janeiro, 45. Bahia, 51.

Dublin, 95 per
Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz...Foreign gold, in bars, £3 : 17: 10d. New
Doubloons, £3 : 13 : 6d. New Dollars, 4s. 9 d. Silver in bars, stand, 4s. 11d.

eent. Cork, 91 per cent.

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763 773 787 e 787 91 3 per cent. consols,..

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771 784 77 785 3) per cent. consols,.

878

905 4 per cent. consols,

96
981 99}

98 5 per cent. navy ann...

1073 1063

1054 1045 India stock,

239

243

247 bondsgaard Exchequer bills, 2d.. 6 pr.

2 pr. Consols for acc. camarono

763 777 783 785 Long Annuities mamma

19 15-16
203

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French 5 per cents. nium
88fr. 30c. 89fr. 5c. 90fr.

90fr. 20c. Amer. 5 per cent. 97

95 PRICES CURRENT, March 9.London, 5. SUGAR, Musc.

LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL LONDON.
B. P. Dry Brown, cwt. 57 to 60 54

58 53
56 54

61 Mid. good, and fine mid. 70

82 59
68 57
75 62

76 Fine and very fine,

80
82 80
82 76
79 78

84 Refined Doub. Loaves,

130

145 Powder ditto,

100

110 Single ditto,

88
102 98

110 Small Lumps,

88
92 88

92 Large ditto,

82
86 80

85 Crushed Lumps,

44

56 82 MOLASSES, British, cwt. 27

24 24 6 26 6 27
COFFEE, Jamaica, . cwt.
Ord. good, and line ord.

105
110 103
110 100
115 106

120 Mid. good, and fine mid.

110
120 112

122
116 130 122

135 Dutch Iriage and very ord.

85

105 Ord. good, and fine ord.

120
135

106
118 116

126 Mid. good, and fine mid. 135 140

119
130 128

140 St Domingo,

122
126

100

105 Pimento (in Bond,)

9
10

9

94 SPIRITS, Jam. Rúm, 16 0. P. gall. 28 Od 28 20 Is 8d 1s 100 Is 9d 28 Od 13 80 Is 9d Brandy, 4 3 4 6

3 6 Geneva, 2 0 2 3

1' 2 1 7 Grain Whisky,

6 4 6 6 WINES, Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 45 55

£20

£60 Portugal Red, pipe. 30 42

30

34 Spanish White, butt. 34

55 Teneriffe, pipe. 30

32 Madeira,

55

65 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton. £7 7

9 10 10 0 £10 0 11 0 Honduras,

10 0 10 10 10 10 11 0 Campeachy, 8

10 10 11 0 11 10 12 0 FUSTIC, Jamaica, .

8

9 0 9 10 9 0 10 0 Cuba,

9
11

12 15 13 10 11 0 13 0 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, Ib. 93 6d lls 6d

9 6 10 0 9 11 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 1 8 2 2 Ditto Oak,

29 3 3 Christiansand (dut. paid.) 1 10 2 0 Honduras Mahogany,

1 0 1 6

2 1

0 11 1 0 0 10 10 St Domingo, ditto,

1 6 28

6 3

1 5 2 0 1 6 1 10 TAR, American, brl. 20

21
15 0 16 0 16 0

18 0 Archangel,

16
17

20 PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 10

11 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 52

54 55 Home melted,

50

54 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton.

£52 Petersburgh, Clean,

52
54

53

49 FLAX, Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak. 52 54

£5

57 Dutch,

50
90

50 Irish,

42

48 MATS, Archangel, 100. 85 90

90

100 BRISTLES, Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. 13 10 14

14 ASHES, Peters. Pearl,

45

46 Montreal, ditto,

46

48 46
Pot,

34
35 37

38 OIL, Whale,

tun.

L.22 23 21 10 22
Cod.

18
19

19 10 TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, Ib.

8

6 0 8 07d Middling,

64

4053 45 Inferior,

4 0 2 0 3 0 3 0 COTTONS, Bowed Georg.

11 0 70 104 084 Sea Island, fine,

1 8 1 10 1 6 2 0 Good,

1 4 1 6 1 1 1 3 Middling,

1 2 1 4 1 1 1 3 Demerara and Berbice,

1 0 1 1 0 9 1 04 West India,

0 9 0 11 0 8 0 91

91 Pernambuco,

1 0 1 11 0 113 0113 1 1 Maranham,

1 0 1 1 0 10 0 11%

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ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th

of Jan. and the 20th of Feb. 1822, extracted from the London Gazette.
Alderson, J. Liverpool, oil-merchant.

Manning; T. Foulsham, Norfolk, grocer.
Alsup, C. High Holborn, hatter.

Marsh, T. Coulton, Staffordshire, miller.
Andrews, T.W. Stamford, Lincolnshire, cabinet Maxwell, W. Lancaster, draper.
maker.

Milnes, J. Halifax, grocer.
Atkinson, M. Fulbeck, Lincolnshire, scrivener. Morgan, G. M. Queenhithe, stationer,
Axford, T. Abingdon, wine-merchant.

Melenschy, G. Strand, furrier.
Baker, T. Wolverhampton, mercer,

Morton, J. Radcliffe-highway, victualler.
Banting, J. Cumberland-street, New-road, car. Murcott, A. Warwick, draper.
penter.

Mynn, W. Thompson, Norfolk, farmer.
21! Bilaborough, B. Lower Merton, cow-keeper. Newman, C. Brighton, dealer.
i Blackley, D. Cambridge, bricklayer.

Niblett, F. St Mary Axe, milliner.
Bond, W. Houndsditch, wafer-manufacturer. Parker, J. G. and J. L. and T. Roberts, Birchin.
Bostock, E. Earl Shilton, Leicestershire, bleacher.

lane.
Bramwell, J. Leadenhall-street, hatier.

Passmore, J. Farnham, linen-draper.
Buckland, J. Chard, Somerset, miller.

Pigram, J. and T. R. Maidstone, grocers.
Bullock, J. Leadenhall-street, grocer.

Pilsbury, L. Stafford, nurseryman. | Burgie, J. Mark-lane, carpenter.

Pilstow, J. Earl's Colne, Essex, miller. Capon, J. Strand, hatter.

Pooley, W. Newington-workouse, contractor for Collins, W. Clapham-road, corn-merchant.

the rope and sacking manufacturers. Chinnoek, R. Froame Selwood, Somerset, builder. Porter, S. London, stationer, Coldman, J. Brighton-place, New Kent-road, car Pownall, J. E. Little Chelsea, money-scrivener. penter.

Price, J. Little Malvern, Worcester, dealer. Colling, W. K. Liverpool, tax-collector.

Prowsc, T. Chew Magna, Somersetshire, surgeon. Comple, H. Church-street, Bethnal-green, cabinet- Pyne, W. H. Queen-square, publisher. maker.

Righton, J. Chapel-en-le-Frith, dealer. Cramp, J. Broad-street, Wapping, victualler. Ridgway, R. B. H. Charles-strect, St James's, Curling, W. Shadwell High-street, tailor and slop wine-merch seller.

Roper, A. Gosport, brewer. Dansey, W. Bristol, brewer.

Sampson, D. W. Giltspur-street, tea-dealer. Decker, G. Dawlish, Devou, builder.

Sharp, W. Coleorton, Leicestershire, butcher. Dye, R. Peckham, wheelwright.

Shirley, J. Mereton, Gloucershire, baker.
Elmunds, E. Newport, Monmouthshire, draper. Small, T. Alnwick, brewer.
Edwards, T. Brighton, merchant.

Smith, A. King-street, Cheapside, Scotch-factor.
Parmer, G. jun. Birmingham, roller of metals. Smith, W. Blyth, Northumberland, dealer,
Fel, W. Workington, broker.

Smith, R. Humberton, Yorkshire, dealer and Gallon, T. Leeds, stuff-merchant.

chapman. Gilbert, I. and F. Taylor, Bristol, commission. Smith, J. Russell-court, Drury-lane, tavern-keep

merchants.
Gibb, M. Shepton, Yorkshire, haberdasher. Stead, W. Halifax, merchant.
Gray, C. Oxford-street, horse-dealer.

Stevens, J. Stafford, wine-merchant.
Gray

, T. T. Wardour-street, coal-merchant. Swann, T. Wardour-street, eating-house-keeper. Green, C. Leather-lane, victualler.

Sylvester, T. Witney, currier. Griffiths, T. Oxford-street, jeweller.

Tanban, T. Prince Edward's Island, N. America, : Hay, S. Upper Lisson-street, carpenter.

merchant. Herming, J. Burford, Oxfordshire, dealer. Tatner, C. Horton Kirby, Kent, farmer. Herrington, J. Fareham, Hampshire, linen-dra. Taylor, J. Frant, Sussex, shopkeeper. draper.

Thompson, C. Deans, Durham, cattle-dealer. Hill, J. Regent-street, Piccadilly, tailor.

Thompson, J. Carlisle, manufacturer, Hobson, R. Maidstone, haberdasher.

Thornley, J. Manchester, hatter. Holmes, R. Langbourn Chambers, merchant. Threlfall, H. Blackburn, draper. Jabert, R. Birmingham, printer.

Thurbon, J. March, Ely, draper. Jackson, W. G. and W. Hardley, Great Surrey-st. Tomlinson, R. J. Bristol, oil of vitriol manufac. Surrey, linen drapers.

turer. Jarvis, T. Adderbury, Oxfordshire, fell-monger. Tutin, R. Chandos-street, Covent-garden, checse. Johuson, M. Leeds, woollen-cloth-merchant.

monger. Joselin, J. jun. Smith's-buildings, Southwark, Urmson, J. Liverpool, ship-chandler. Tope-maker.

Valentine, R. Hatfield, Herts, miller. Judd, R. R. and B. $. Fowler, Birmingham, deals Wasbrough, M. Camberwell, stationer.

Watkins, J. J. Shadwell, butcher. Kendall, J. Mile-end, cow-keeper.

Weetch, S. George-street, Commercial-road, linenKing, R. Coventry-court, Haymarket.

draper. Kribbs, J. H. Lloyd's Coffee-house, insurance Wells, J. St Michael's, Worcestershire, grocer.

White, J. Great Winchester-street, stationer. Knight, J. Tattenhill, Stafford, draper.

Wilson, G. Radcliffe-highway, brewer. Lea, C. Cheswardine, Shropshire, maltster.

Wilson, J. Ely, miller. Lidbetter, T. Southwick, Sussex, corn and coal.

Williains, W. Langbourn Chambers, merchant. merehant.

Williams, E. Liverpool, joiner.
Lüly, X. Leeds, linen-manufacturer.
Liwall, R. Pembroke, maltster.

Wilkinson, W. and J. Mincing-lane, wine-mer

chants.

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

28th February, 1822, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Anderson, John, grocer and spirit-dealer.

Macleod, John, and Company, manufacturers in Berry, John, merchant in Glasgow.

Gla gow. Brownlie, William, engineer, smith, and patent

M'Nee, Duncan, druggist in Paisley. axle-tree maker in Glasgow.

Scotland, Thomas and John, lime-burners at West Gray, John, cooper and fishcurer, Helensburgh.

Luscar, Fife, and writers to the signet, EdinHarley, William, merchant and builder in Glas.

burgh. Jackson, Matthew, haberdasher in Paisley.

Williams, James, late coal-master, now lime-mer

chant, residing at Muirhead, in the parish of Maoregor, Alexander, merchant in Dingwall.

Ceres, Fife. Macleod, Alexander, merchant in Glasgow.

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DIVIDENDS.

Harthill, James, merchant in Aberdeen; a diviBrookes and Blackie, general agents in Grange dend of 2s. per pound after 10th March.

mouth, and Williain Blackie and Company, Johnston, Robert and John, eattle-dealers in StepGlasgow; a dividend after 13th March.

artry of Kircudbright; a dividend after 18th Brown, Archibald, grocer in Leith; a dividend on March. 27th March.

Macnair, Alexander, merchant in Dingwall; ? Donald, William, merchant in Greenock, a divi first dividend after 29 March. dend on 26th March.

Morgan, Andrew, flax-dresser in Kirkaldy; a diDuguid, Wm. jun. merchant in Aberdeen ; a di vidend of Is. 70. per pound after 94d April. vidend after 14th March.

Muirhead, James, mason in Glasgow; a dividend Forrester and Buchanan, wood-merchants in Glas 19th March. gow; a second dividend after 3d April.

Perth Foundry Company; a second dividend of Fraser, Alexander, manufacturer in Inverness ; a 1s. per pound after 15th March. dividend on 3d April.

Roxburgh, John and Andrew, carpet-manufactiiFraser, James, merchant in Inverness; a second

rers in Kilmarnock; a second dividend after dividend after 14th March.

19th March. Hay, John, merchant and dealer in wine, spirits, Wilson, Anthony, merchant and ship-owner in and other liquors, on Leith-walk, Edinburgh; a Aberdeen; a second dividend of Is. per pound dividend after 14th March.

after 24th March. APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c. I Life Gds. Lt. Hon. A. C. Legge, to be Capt, by 56 Ens. Ouseley, LL. by purch.viceBrough, purch. vice Martin, 93 F.

prom.

Jan. 31, 18.2.
17 Jan. 1822.

D. W. Barclay, Ens. do. Feb. 7.
Cornet and Sub-Lt. Gore, Lt. by purch. 58

Hosp. Assist. Huey, Assist. Surg. vice
do.
St John, 61 F.

do. 14.
Lord F. L. Gower, Cornet and Sub-Lt. 59

Ens. Jones, from h. p. 62 F. Ens, vice
by purch.

do.
Barlow, prona

Dec. 25, 182 4 Dr. G. R. Bolton, Cornet by purch. vice Hun

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do. 24.
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June 10
7
Lt. Farmer, from 91 F. Capt. by purch.

Bt. Lt. Col. Walker, Lt. Col. vice Mae vice Lovewell, ret. Oct. 21, 1821.

leod, dead 9 Surg.Colclough, from h. p. 23 Dr. Surg.

Bt. Maj. Halford, Maj.

do. vice O'Connor, h. p. Jan. 17, 1822. 61

Assist. Surg. St John, from 58 F. Surg.' 16 I E. W. Browne, Cornet by purch. vice

vice Gill, 50 F.

do. Cannon, canc.

Feb 14. 65

Lt. Hart, Capt. vice Moorhouse, dead
Gren. G. Bt. Maj. Gunthorpe, Capt. and Lt. Col.
by purch. vice Streatleild, ret.
Dec. 26, 1821.

dead
Ens. and Lt. Tinling, Lt. and Capt. do.

O'Donnel, Lt, vice Hart May 3.
do.

Aimsinck, from h. p. 92 F. Ens.
Capt. Clarke, Adj. vice Gunthorpe
Jan. 31, 1822.

Foley, late of 45 F.

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1F. Ens. Campbell, Lt. vice. W. Weatherall, 69 Gent. Cadet Hon. R. Hare, from R.
dead
June 23, 1821.

Mill, Coll. Ens. by purch. vice We
Ens. Church, from h. p. Ens.

therall, 42 F.
Dec. 25, 1821. 73

Capt. Kenny, Maj. by purch. vice Hum.
Lt. Pounden, from h. p. 55 Ft. Lt.

phry, prom.

Feb. 16 (paying diff. vice Everett, 33 F.

Lt. Hay, Capt. by purch.

de.
Feb. 14, 1829.
Ens. Smith, Lt. by purch.

do.
Bt. Lt. Col. Faunce, Lt. Col. vice Piper,

Gent. Cadet, w. Stewart, from R. Mill
dead

Jan. 24.
Coll. Ens. by purch.

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Ens. Russell, Adj. vice Hay

do.
Şerj. Maj. R. Mullaly, Qua. Mast. vice 77

Lt. Jones, Capt. vice Aveling, dead da
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Dec. 6, 1821.

Ens. Byrne, Lt.
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Gent. Cadet R. Milner, from R. Mil.

Congreve, late of 2 F. Ens. do 14.
Coll. Ens. by purch. vice Grey, 33 F. 78

Lt. Hemmains, from 20 F. Lt. rice
Feb. 7, 1892.

M'Rae, h. p. 66 F. (rec. diff.) do. T.
Bt. Lt. Col. Bird, from h. p. 87 F. Maj. 80
vice Thorne, canc.

Serj. Maj. W. Campbell, Qua. Mast. vice
do.

Macdougall, dead 17 G. W. Story, Ens. vice Moncreiffe, 87

Ens. Spaight, Lt. sice Dunlerie, deud

do. 20 Lt. Croad, from h. p. 66 F. Lt. (paying

Mends, from h. p. Afr. Corps, Ers diff.) vice Hemians, 78 F. do.

do 21 20 Lt. Havelock, from Rifle Brig. 1st

Lt. Bowes, Adj. vice Carrol, prom.
Lt. by purch. vice Bridgeman, 28 F.
Oct. 24, 1821. 89

Ens. King, Lt. vice Chambers, dead 30 Ens. Berridge, Lt. vice M.Dougall, dead

Sept. 8, 1820.

T. Prendergast, Ens.
W.0. Gunning, Ens. Jan. 24, 1822.

J. P. Gordon, Ens. by purch. vice De 33 Ens. Grey, froin 6 F. Lt. by purch. více

renzy, 11 F.
Lord S. Kerr, 5 F. Oct. 24, 1821. 93

Lt. Gen. Sir T. Hislop, Bt. G.C.B.Com
Lt. Everett, from 1 F. Lt. vice Pagan,

lonel, vice Gen. Wemyss, deal h. p. 55 F. (rec. diff.) Feb. 14, 1822. 36 Bt. Maj. Campbell, Maj. by purch. vice Rifle Brig. H. C. Daniel, 2d Lt. by purch. rice! Swain, ret.

do. 7.

Havelock, 21 F.
Lt. Peacock, Capt. by purch. do. 14.

1st Lt. Webb, Adj. vice Uniacke, ns. 40 W. Stenhouse, Ens. by purch. vice Daw

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Jan 24.
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1 Ceyl. R. LI. Gascoyne, from 83 F. Capt. bs pur.
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Feb. i.
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50
Bartley, Capt. vice Jauncey, dead

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Dec. 9, 1821.

Maj. Humphry, fm. 73 F. Lt. Col. by
Surg. Gill, froin 61 F. Surg. vice Jones,

pur. vice Col. Hon. A. Abercroinby,
dead
Feb. 11, 1822.

who retires from the Service, razes.
Bt. Maj. Wheatstone, Maj. vice Giles,

ving the value of an unattached Il.
dead
May 3, 1821.

Col. of Infantry,
Lt. Booth, Capt.

· Medical Department.
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