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EDINBURGH.-MARCH 7.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats. Pease & Beans.
Ist,......35s. Od. Ist, .....21s. Od. 1st....... 23s. Od. 1st....... 19s. Od.
2d, ......30s. Od. | 2d, ...... 19s. 6d. 2d, ...... 20s. Ed. 2d,......17s, 6d.
3d, ......26s. Od. 3d, ....., 18s. Od. | 3d,...... 158. 6d. 3d,...... 16s. Od.
Average of Wheat, £1 : 10: 0, 9-12ths, per boll.

Tuesday, March 7.
Beef (17} oz. per lb.) Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. | Quartern Loaf Os. 9d. to
Mutton
Os. 60. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.)

Os. 10d. to
Lamb, per quarter 8s. Od. to 12s. Od. Fresh Butter, per lb. ls. 7d. to
Veal

Os. 8d. to 1s. Od. | Salt ditto, per stone 18s. Od. to
Pork
Os. 6d. to Os. 7d. Ditto, per lb.

ls. 4d, to Tallow, per stone 8s. 6d. to Is. 6d. Eggs, per dozen Os. 8d. to

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HADDINGTON.-JANUARY 19.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.
Pease.

Beans. ....32s. 6d. | 1st, .....21s. Od. 1st, ..... 20s. Od. 1st, .....175. Od. | Ist, 2d,......30s. Od. 2d,...... 18s. Od. 2d.......175. Od. | 2dg... ..15s. Od. | 2d,...... 15s. Od. 3d,......28s. Od. | 3d.......16s. Od. | 3d,......15s. Od. | 3d........13s. Od. 3d.......13s. Od.

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London, Corn Exchange, Feb. 26.

Liverpool, March 6.
Wheat,
8. d.

S. d.

Sweet, U. S. Wheat, red, new 34 to 44|Hog pease . 27 to 281 Eng. Old 7 9 to 8 6 Do. in bond 20 0 to 22 0 Fine ditto 46 to 52 Maple

28 to 29 | Foreign

7 4 to 8 0 Sour do. . 27 0 to 28 0 Superfine ditto 53 to 55 White

. 30 to 32||Scotch. 7 6 to 7 8 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Ditto, old . to - Ditto, boilers. 34 to 36|| Waterford 7 8 to 7 9 English 24 0 to 25 0 White, new 38 to 43 New ditto, -to — Limerick . 7 8 to 7 9 Scotch .. 20 0 to 25 0 Fine ditto 50 to 54 SmallBeans, new30 to 32 Drogheda. 7 3 to 7 6 Irish 19 0 to 22 0 Superfine ditto 56 to 60 Ditto, old . 39 to 40 Dublin 7 0 to 7 3 Bran, p. 24 lb. 1 0 to 1 2 Ditto, old -to-Tick, new. 23 to 26 Irish Old. 7 4 to 7 81 Brank, new . 26 to 28 Ditto, old . . 37 to 38 Bonded

Butter, Beef, doc.

3 9 to 5 0 28 to 32 Foreign 32 to 34 Barley, per 60 lbs. Butter, per cwt. s. Fine ditto, .to -Feed oats. , 14 to 18 Eng. 3 8 to 3 10 Belfast, new . 95 to 96 Barley 20 to 21 Fine 19 to 20|Scotch . 5 2 to 3 6 Newry

90 to 94 Fine, new 22 to 24 Poland ditto. 16 to 19| Irish

3 0 to 3 2 Waterford 88 to 90 Superfine 25 to 27 Fine

20 to 22 Oats, per 45 lb.

Cork, pick. 2d, 91 to 95 Malt 42 to 52 Potatoe ditto . 20 to 22 Eng. pota. . 2 6 to 2 8

81 to Fine . 54 to 56 Fine .

23 to 25 Irish do.. 2 6 to 2 7 Beef, p. tierce

Scotch do.. 2 6 to 2 8 Mess 110 to 117
Malt per b.

- Per brl. 74 to 80 Seels, fc. March 6.

Fine 7 6 to 80 Pork, p. brl.
Beans, per qr:

Mess

62 to 63 8. d.

s. English. . 30 0 to 38 0 Middling. 58 to 60 Must. Brown, 9 to 11 o Hempseed 56 to 58 Irish .. 30 0 to 32 0 Bacon, p. cwt. -White 7 to 8 6 Linseed, crush, to Rapeseed, p. 1. £32 to 33 Short middles 47 to 48 Tares, new, 4 to 5 6 New, for Seed 72 to 76 Pease, grey 26 0 to 28 0 Sides

45 to 50 Turnips 12 to 28 0 Ryegrass, .. 10 to 321-White 40 0 to 48 0 Hams, dry, . 50 to 56 -Red. to Clover, new, 58 to 93 Flour, English,

Green

36 to 37 -Yellow, new-to -White

80 to 120 p. 240lb. five 36 0 to 38 0 Lard, rend. p. c. 58 to 60 Caraway . . 70 to 80 o Coriander . . 10 to 12 Irish 35 0 to 37 0 Tongue, p. firk, 30 to Canary. . 60 to 63 0/New Trefoil . 12 to 28||Ameri. p. 196 lb.

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LEITH. B. P. Dry Brown,

. cwt.

60 to 65 Mid. good, and fine mid. 76

86 Fine and very fine,

84

96 Refined Doub. Loaves,

130

145 Powder ditto,

106 110 Single ditto,

102 106 Small Lumps,

94

98 Large ditto,

91

91 Crushed Lumps,

44

56 MOLASSES, British, cwt. 26

27 COFFEE, Jamaica, • cwt.

Ord. good, and fine ord. 115 122
Mid. good, and fine mid.

125

128 Dutch Iriage and very ord. 80

115 Ord. good, and fine ord. 120

128 Mid. good, and fine mid. 132 138 St Domingo,

122

126 Pimento (in Bond,).

87

81 SPIRITS,

Jam. Rum, 16 O. P. gall. 2s 10d 3s Od
Brandy,

4 0 4 6 Geneva,

1 10 2 0 Grain Whisky,

69 WINES, Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 60

64 Portugal Red, pipe, 35

16 Spanish White, butt.

55 Teneriffe,

pipe.
30

32 Madeira,

65 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton.

Honduras, Campeachy, FUSTIC, Jamaica,

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11 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, Ib. 9s 6d lls 6d TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 16 18 Ditto Oak,

3 0 3 4
Christiansand (dut. paid.) 2
Honduras Mahogany,

14 1 8
St Domingo, ditto,
TAR, American, brl.
Archangel,

18 PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 10 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 51

Home melted,
HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton. 45
Petersburgh, Clean,

41
FLAX,
Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak. 58

60 Dutch,

58

100 Irish,

45

50 MATS, Archangel, 100.

75

80 BRISTLES,

Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. 13 10 14 ASHES, Peters. Pearl, • 37

38 Montreal, ditto,

41

46 38

44 OIL, Whale, tun. £22 10 Cod.

84s (p. brl.) — TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, ib. 6) Middling,

6
Inferior,
COTTONS, Bowed Georg.
Sea Island, fine,

Good,

Middling, Demerara and Berbice, West India, Pernambuco, Maranham,

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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th

of January and the 20th of February, 1821, extracted from the London Gazette.

Abbot, W. Bermondsey New-road, cordwainer.
Almond, W. jun. Calstock, Cornwall, brewer.
Archer, A. Great Chapel-street, Soho, baker.
Aust, J. Gloucester, victualler.
Barker, E. Exeter, druggist.
Bailey, B. Merton, Surrey, calico-printer,

Baverstock, J. H. Alton, Hampshire, brewer.
Beevers, W. East Ardsley, Yorkshire, farnier.
Benham, T. B. Poole, builder.
Berry, M. Newsome Cross, Yorkshire, clothier.
Berthond, H. Soho-square, bookseller.
Birks, W. Charnes, Staffordshire, cheese-factor.

Blogg, G. Aldersgate-street, jeweller.

Marsh, J. Gracechurch-street, hosier. Bindloss, C. Hall Garth, Westmorland, butcher. Massey, E. Eccleston, watch-maker. Booth, J. sen. Bromley Park, Staffordshire, farmer, Maughan, H. Rochester, linen-draper. Bartram, J. Canterbury, linen-draper.

Morgan, W. Compton Greenfield, Gloucestershire. Boreham, J. Havershill, Suffolk, brewer.

butcher. Bowkett, T. Eastham, Worcestershire, and Charles Morris, J. Liverpool, wine-merchant. Bowkett, Eye, Herefordshire, farmers.

Moth, G. Portsea, vintner. Browne, J. Leeds, woollen-cloth merchant. Mitchell, J. sen. Herts, dealer. Burall, J. Swansea, cabinet-maker.

Nash, J. Bath, fishmonger. Bushell, E. sen. Bath cabinet-maker.

Nelson, R. Neckinger, Bermondsey, fellmonger. Butcher, P. North-street, City-road, horse-dealer. Newmarch, C. Cheltenham, stone-merchant. Card, T. A. W. Borough-market, tripe-dresser. Nobles, R. A. Swindon, Wilts, plumber. Cattermoite, J. Farmlingham, merchant.

Norton, L. New Union-street, stage-coach master. Castle, J. Banwell, Somersetshire, victualler. Owen, J. Madeley, dealer in coals. Chester, C. Liverpool, auctioneer.

Parsons, J. Long Acre, coach lace manufacturer. Clay, R. Stamford, scrivener.

Pennell, P. Whitborne, Herefordshire, farmer. Collet, J. Bath, shoemaker.

Pethurst, J. Cranbrook, draper. Collier, W. Wellington, ironmonger.

Philpots, R. Banbury, draper. Cooper, W. Nottingham, grocer.

Phillips, C. and W. Parsons, Broseley, Shropshire, Clark, G. Blackburn, grocer.

iron-masters. Coward, J. J. Exeter, spirit-merchant.

Pitts, J. Hereford, timber-dealer. Crowe, E. Wymondham, Norfolk, shopkeeper. Poole, A. Haydon-square, merchant. Crowther, J. Liverpool, merchant.

Priddy, J. Oxford-street, wine-merchant. Davis, J. Hereford, cabinet-maker.

Pryer, T. C. B. Birchin-lane, saddler. Delapyrine, A. and G. and C. Helton, Charley, Pullinger, J. Itchingswell, Southampton, tanner. cotton-spinners.

Purkis, W. Portsmouth, cabinet-maker. Dews, J. Dewsbury, Yorkshire, clothier.

Reid, Wm. jun. Newcastle-place, Clerkenwell, Dinley, F. Pershore, money-scrivener.

watch-maker. Dove, T. Malden, linen-draper.

Reeve, B. Hilgay, Norfolk, dealer. Durham, W. Oxnead, Norfolk, paper-maker. Richards, J. Deritend, Warwickshire, brewer. Edwards, M. Rochester, woollen-draper.

Richardson, T. Iron|Acton, Gloucestershire, tanner Ewing, J. Liverpool, merchant.

Ridout, J. P. Bridport, finen-draper. Eudicott, J. F. Exeter, builder.

Roberts, W. H. Aldbury, Surry, paper-manufac-
Freday, L. Sedgley, Warwickshire, iron-master. turer
Fisher, F. Edgeware road, nurseryman.

Rosson, R. Manchester.
Fisher, J. Milby, Yorkshire, raff-merchant. Ruspini, J. B. Pall Mall, medicine vender.
Foster, J. Sheffield, ironmonger.

Russell, T. Brighton, builder. Fraser, A. Norfolk-street, Mary-la-bone, Uphols- Rutt, J. Red Cow-lane, Hammersmith, marketterer.

gardener. Friend, H. Southwark, engineer.

Sager, W. Chaddeston, Lancashire, merchant. Frost, T. Little Titchfield-Place, coach-maker. Sager, E. jun. Chaddeston, Lancashire, merchant. Fuller. H. Bethnal Green-road, surgeon.

Saunders, J. Duke-street, St James's, surgeon. Gill, J. M. Plymouth Dock, linen-draper.

Shakespear, J. Fillnagley, Warwickshire, draper. Godfrey, S. Market Weighton, innkeeper.

Shipden, R. Hythe, grocer. Gouch. J. Bath, painter.

Shorey, J. Croydon, coal-merchant.
Green, R. Selby, Yorkshire, banker.

Sidwell, R. Bath, shoemaker.
Grove, P. Cardiff, straw-hat manufacturer. Skey, R. S. Stratford upon Avon, carter.
Harris, G. Worship-street, coach proprietor. Smithies, J. Huddersfield, victualler.
Hebdin, W. Leeds, stuff-merchant.

Stead, R. Huddersfield, corn-dealer.
Hodges, W. Newington, straw-hat manufacturer. Symes, W. Crewkerne, Somersetshire, linen-draper
Howton, R. St Andrew, Worcestershire, victualler. Thurtell, J. and J. Giddens, Norwich, bombazine
Howard, H. and J. Gibbs, Cork-street, Burlington manufacturers.
Gardens, scriveners.

Timbrell, A. Old South Sea House, merchant. Hughes, W. Bolton, scrivener.

Tongue, G. W. B. East India Chambers, merIvens, M. Shuckburgh. Warwickshire, grazier.

chant. Ivens, R. Byfield, Flecknoe, Warwickshire, tanner Vigor, M. Bristol, cabinet-maker. Jarrett, T. Shrewsbury, victualler.

Vipond, T. E. Newcastle upon Tyne, grocer. Johnson, T. jun. Wakefield, merchant.

Walpole, T. White Lion-street, Goodman's Fields, Keep, J. Grainsby, Nottinghamshire, farmer.

victualler Kempster, T. Bouverie-street, carpenter.

Watts, T. Combe Martin, Devonshire, dealer. Kerkman, J. Great Bolton, cotton-manufacturer. Wilburn, W. F. North Shields, hardware-man. Knight, R. Gray's Inn-lane, livery-stable-keeper. Wildman, J. Whitechapel-road, plumber. Lamb, J. Newington Causeway, glazier.

Williams, W. and A. White, New Bond-street, Langhorne, W. C. St Mary Axe, merchant.

hatters. Leeds, T. Gerard, Cheshire, cotton-spinner. Wilkinson, J. and W. Blackburn, cotton manuLeigh, P. Stockport, cotton-spinner.

facturers. Levi, S. Rosemary-lane, slop-seller.

Wise, J. Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, Lockey, C. Ivy-lane, corn-chandler,

sadler. Lorne, J. Coventry, builder.

Wotton, T. Bristol, leather-factor. Mantle, T. Dover, cabinet-maker.

Young, J. Bristol, woollen-draper:

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

28th February 1821, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Campbell, J. merchant, Glasgow,

Brown, M. and Co. manufacturers, Glasgow; a Crichton, P. corn-merchant and broker, Dundee. final dividend 1st March. Green, E. merchant, Montrose.

Cramond, D. miller and meal-monger, at Letham Johnston and Wight, merchants, Leith,

Mill; a final dividend 15th March. Kid, D, fish-curer, Leith.

Forrester and Buchanan, wood-merchants, GlasM'Call, J. and Co. masons and builders in Ayr. gow; a dividend 6th March. M‘Farlane, D. cattle-dealer, Inveresragan. MoSymon, J. jun. baker and grain-dealer, DumRoss, W. merchant, Inverness.

barton; a dividend 16th March. Russell, A. auctioneer and builder, Glasgow, Rhind, J. merchant, Leith; a dividend 230 March. Turner, S. auctioneer and dealer, or merchant, Robertson, W. merchant, Inverness; a dividend Glasgow.

1st March. DIVIDENDS.

Vallence, H. and Co. timber-merchants, Paisley;

a dividend 17th March. Berrie, J. plasterer, Edinburgh; a dividend 17th

March.

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, after-

noon.—The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register
Thermometer.

Attach.
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Wind.

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Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

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N.W. Ditto.

M.41: 29.680 M.491 N.W.

M.30 (30.178 M.37 N.W.Frost morn.
.588 A. 48
High.

Feb. 15
Showery.

A.37 .265 A. 41 Mod. fair day.
.634 M.43 W.
Fair.

16

M.30 .155 M.39N.W. Fair.
A. 39 .773 A. 44 ) High.

A. 39 29.999 A, 42 ) Mod.
.575 M.46W.

M.33
A. 46 .426 A. 46 ) High.

.971 M.42 N.w. Fair, but Showery.

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A. 40 .858 A. 41 Sharp. dull.
M.31
.561 M.43 N.
Fair.

M.32 .850 M.39 N. Rain & sleet
A. 38 30.115 A. 40 S Mod.

A. 34 .996 A. 32 Mod. for. Fair aft. M.32 .335 M.36 s.w.

M.21 30.168 M.33 N.

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Frosty.
A. 30 .173 A. 38 ) High.

A. 30 29.869 A, 34 ) Mod. fair day,
M.31

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M.213
20

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A. 42 .190 A. 43
High.

A. 41 .866 A. 37 Mod.
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21
M.22; .876 M.37 N.W.

Ditto.
A. 45 .107 A. 46 High.

A. 36 .950 A. 40 S Mod.
M.372 .996 M.45 W

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M.29
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A. 38 .985 A. 40 Mod.
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23 .999 A. 45 ) High.

A. 36 .850 A. 43 ) Mod. mild day. w. M.231|30,205 M.40 Frost morn.

M.28 .828 M.41 Сble. Frost morn. 10

24 A. 35 29.999 A. 39 ) Sharp. fair day.

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20 JA.38 .838 A. 41 Mod. fair. M.32 .106 M.41Cble.

M.26

Frost and .838 M.40 E.

26
.176 A. 41 Mod.
Foggy day,

SA. 38 .813 A.37) Mod. dull.
M.31
.176 M.40 S.E. Frost morn.

M.17 .550 M.53E.
A. 38 227 A. 39 Mod. foggy day.

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.126 M.34 S.E. Keen frost A. 36 .102 A. 38 } Mod. fair day.

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Brevet Lt. Col. Reynett, h. p. 52 F. local Rank
of Colonel on the Continent.

25th Jan. 1821
Major Dawes, 22 Dr. to be Lieut. Col.
in the Army

7 Nov. 1819 Capt. Middleton, 22 Dr. Major in the Army, ditto

8 Feb. 1819 1 Dr. G. Gen. Cartwright, from 3 Dr. Col. vice Gwyn, dead

25 Jan. 1821 Cornet Fergusson, Lieut. by purch. vice Wood, ret.

11 do. Gent. Cadet, R.G. Craufurd, fm. R. Mil. Coll. Cornet by purch.

do. Cornet Pigou, Lieut. vice Ruffo dead.

8 Feb. J. Perceval, Cornet,

do. 3 Dr. Lt. Gen. Lord Combermere, Col. vice Cartwright, 1 Dr. G.

25 Jan. 13 Bt. Maj. Macalester, Major, vice Do'herty, dead.

13 June, 1820 Lieut. Sir J. Gordon, Bt. from 22 Dr. Capt.

do. 1 F. G. Ens. and Lt. Angerstein, from h. p. Ens. and Lt. by purh. vice Bathurst, 80 F.

25 Jan. 1821 Capt. Hunter, Capt. and Lt. Col. vice Marsac, ret.

8 Feb. Ens. and Lt. Burrard, Lt. and Capt. do.

Langrishie, from h. p. Ens. and Lt. (paying diff.).

do. Capt. Simpson, Adit. vice Hunter. do. 4 F. R. Espinasse, Ens. vice Warre, res. do. 9 Lt. Ruse, Capt. vice Jervoice. dead 1 do.

Ensign Seward, Lieut.

do. Gent. Cadet Hilton, from R. Mil. Coll.

fido. J. S. Doyle, Ensign, vice White, 14 F.

30 do. Lieut. Boyd, fm. h. p. 78 F. Paym.

vice O'Connor, superseded.

8 do. Ens. Pasley, Lieut. vice Fowler, dead.

10 June 1820 White, from 11 F. Ens. 1 Feb. 1821 Assist. Staff Surg. Davy, Surg. vice

Richards, dead, Capt. M'Pherson, from h. p. 21 F. Capt. repaying diff. vice Hamilton, 81 F.

18 Jan.. Lieut. Hawkins, Capt. vice Hobart, dead,

I July, 1820 Ensign Hendly, Lieut.

do, J. A. Edwards, Ensign, vice Bingham, dead,

31 Jan. 1821 Hon. N. H. C. Massey, vice Hendley,

1 Feb. Lieut. M'Arthur, from 39 F. Capt. by

purch. vice Nihin, ret. Lieut. Fairweather, Capt. více Cameron, dead,

W 1 do. 2d Lieut. Wemyss, 1st Lieut, vice Lind

31 Jan. Beresford, 1st Lt. vice Fairweather.

19 Feb. Gent, Cadet, R. Spearman, from R. Mil. Coll. 2d Lieut. vice Waller, dead,

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W. T. Young, 2d Lieut. vice Wemyss,

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31 do.
W. J. Copson,
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Lt. Gen. Ld. Combermere, Gov. of Sheer-
1 Feb.

ness, vice Gwyn, dead, 25 Jan. 182)
22

Gent. Cadet, C. Ogle, from R. Mil. Coll.
Ens. vice Vivan, prom.

4 Jan.

Exchanges.
24 Ensign Schoof, Lieut. vice Robertson,

Bt. Major Lane, from 44 F. with Capt. Burney,
dead,

17 Apr. 1820
34 Gent. Cadet, W. H. Adams, from R.

Martelli, from 72 F. with Capt. Flet-
Mil. Coll. Ens. vice Chambers, pro.

cher, h. p. 37 F.

1 Feb. 1821 Capt. Griffiths, from 1st Vet. Bn. with Bt. Maj.
39 Ens. Cameron, Lieut. by purch. vice

Downes, 10 Vet. Bn.
M'Arthur, 19 F.

8 do.

Hodgson, from 4 Dr. with Bat. Maj. Wood,
W. Stewart, Ensign, do do.

10 Dr.
16
C. Carroll, Ensign, vice Cumberledge,

Newton, from 35 F. with Bat. Maj. Anton,
Comp. Serv.

1 do. h. p. 4 W. I. R.
53 T. G. Mathison, Ens. by purch. vice

Butler, from 1 F. G. With Capt. Bathurst,
Fitz Roy, 3 F. G.

11 Jan.

80 F.
59 Lieut. Cooper, Capt. do.

vice

Savage, from 17 F. with Capt. Gladwin,
Darby, ret.

10 May, 1820

13 Dr.
Ens. Vincent, Lieut. do.

do

Cairnes, from 19 F. with Capt. Gordon,
M. C. Pitman, Ens. do. 1 Feb. 1821

81 F.
Lieut. Carmichael Adjut. vice Howard,

Barrallier, from 33 F. with Capt. Slade, h.
dead,

12 May, 1820

p. 25 Dr.
67 Ens. Robinson, Lieut. vice Lecky, dead,

Saunderson, from 39 F. with Capt. Dun-
24 April

das, h. p. 81 F.
A. Pilford, Ensign, vice Jahns, dead,

Hamilton, from 11 F. with Capt. Hay, h. p.
1 Apr. 1819

47 F.
T. Byrne, do. vice Broom, prom.

Lieut. Clark, from 13 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut.
4 Nov.

Parlby, h. p. 22 Dr.
P. Hennessy, Ensign, vice Robinson,

Wallace, from 13 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut.
24th Apr. 1820

Browne, h. p. 25 Dr.
Gent. Cadet W. Warrington, from R.

Stewart, from 19 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Mil. College, Ensign, vice Gilchrist, 1 Dowling, h. p. 4 F.
Vet. Bn.

8 Feb. 1821

Bagshaw, from 19 F. with Lieut. Cowell,
78 Staff As. Surg. Dempster, Assist. Surg.

89 F.
vice Knox, cancelled,

25 Jan.

Darke, from 24 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
21

Capt. Hamilton, from 17 F. Capt. vice Harvey, h. p. 2 F. G.
Adams, h. p. 21 F. rec. diff. 18 do.

Watts, from 89 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
85

J. Rayson, Ensign, vice Tyndall, E. I. Campbell, h. p. 96 F.
Comp. Serv.

1 Feb.

Cornet Walrond, from 18 Dr. ree. diff. with
Gent. Cadet Hon. J. Stuart, from R.

Ensign Allan, h. p. 60 F.
Mil. Coll, Ensign by purchase, vice

Assist. Surg. Morrison, from 7 Vet. Bn. with Assist.
Campbell, 46 F.

11 Jan. Surg. Haygartye, h. p. 83 F.
Lord W. Paulet, Ensign by purch. vice

M'Laine, from 84 F, with Assist.
Lord C. Paulet, ret.

1 Feb. Surg. Wilkinson, h. p. 60 F.
89 J. Currie, Ensign, vcie Thursby, dead,

1 Oct. 1817

Resignations and Retirements.
1 Vet. Bn. Ensign Gilchrist, from 67 F. vice Fraser, Lieut. Colonel Marsac, Gren. Gds.
dead,

1 Feb. 1821 Capt. Nihill, 19 F.
3

Lieut. Pritchard, from h. p. Corps of Darby, 59 F.
Wagg. on Continent, Lt. vice Wood, Lieut. Wood, 2 Dr. G.
cancelled,

25 Jan, Ensign Warre, 4 F.
8
Harrison, from h. p. 22 Dr. Lieut.

Lord C. Paulet, 85 F.
vice M‘Lelland, cancelled, 1 Feb.

Reinstated.
Ordnance Department.

Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. J. Spencer.
R. Art. 1st Lieut. Steele, 2d. Capt. 11 Dec. 1820
2d Lieut. Creagh, 1st Lieut.

do.

Deaths.
Capt. Light, from h. p. Capt. do.

Major General Auriol, at Exmouth, 27 Jan. 1821
1st Lt. Smith, from h. p. 1st Lt. do. Colonel Wade, late of Rifle Brig.
20 Lt. Luard, from h. p. 2d. Lt.

Robertson, late Insp. Field Off.
Gent. Cadet J. Wynne, 2d Lt. 16 do.

Lieut. Colonel Gledstanes, h. p. 3 W. I. R. at Tri-
C. J. Welsh, do. do nidad,

4 Dec. 20
D. Warren, do. do.

De Wissel, h. p. late Ger. Leg.
1st Lieut. Lys, from h. p. 1st Lieut. vice Major Harrison, late of 60 F.
Andrew,
h. p.

19 do.

Capt. Hobart, 17 F.
2d Lieut. Pearse, 1st Lieut. 30 do.

Roberts Roy. Eng. at Barbadoes, 17 Nov. 20
Ist Blake, from h. p. 2d Lieut. do. Lieut. Ruffe, 2 Dr. G.
2d Lieut. Teesdale, from h. p. 2d Lieut.

Hon. R. H. S. Cotton, h. p. 25 Dr.
do.

Griffiths, Coldst. Gds.
Gore, from h. p. ditto, vice
Curzon. h. p.

Chambers, 89 F. Cape of Good Hope,
3 Jan. 1821

2 June, 20
Spearman, 1st Lieut. 23 do.

Millar, Fort Major at Jersey

3 Feb, 21
1st Lieut. Watkis, from h. p. ditto. do.

Tayler, Indep. Comp. Inval. at Bristol,
- 2d Lieut. Lake, from h. p. 2d Lieut. do.

5 Dec. 20
2d As. Surg. Whitelaw, from h. p. 2d

Strong, h. p. 16 Dr.

23 Nov. 20
As. Surg.

vice Donnelly, dead, 26 do. Palmer, h. p. 63 F. at Barbadoes 1 Dec. 20
Medical Department.

2d Lt. and Ens. Waller, 21 F.at Tobago 4 Nov. 20

Vyvyan, 74 F.
As. Surg. Davy, from h. p. As. Surg.

Erskine, h. p. 14 F, 21 Nov. 19
to the Forces
25 Dec. 1820

Strange, h. p. 8 W. I. R. at Lam-
Hosp. As. Millar, ditto
vice beth

2 Sept. 20
Dempster, 72 f.
25 Jan. 1821

Richards, h. p. 69 F. at London-
J. Millar, ditto vice derry

12 Jan. 21
Burton, dead

8th Feb,

· Willis, ret. 3 Vet. Bn. 26 Dec. 20
J. Wilson, Hosp. As. to the Forces, Quarter Master Kelly, h. p. 31 Dr. 9 Feb. 21

14 Dec. 1820 Staff Assistant Surg. Burton,
ditto vice J. Millar, Hospital Assistant Caverhill, at Barbadoes,
8 Feb. 1821

9 Dec. 20

do.

R. Dyce,

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