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Spitta, C. L. Camberwell, merchant

Watkins, E. York-street, tailor
Stanton, L. Drury-lane, cheesemonger

Watson, J. & P. Mills, Bishop Wearmouth, builders
Steedman, G. Vauxhall, Birmingham, victualler Watts, W. Manchester, calico.printseller
Stone, R. Floore, baker

Whitworth, 0. Birstal, blanket-manufacturer
Summers, H. St Swithin's-lane, merchant

Wilson, R. Bow-lane, warehouseman
Taylor, W. Salisbury Coffee-house, Durham-street Wilson, H. jun. Nottingham, lace-manufacturer

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 30rb

October 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

MʻIndoe, C. merchant, Glasgow
M'Donald, N. one of the partners of R. M‘Donald

& Son, clothiers, Glasgow
MʻFarlane, T. & A. cotton-spinners in Bridgeton,

near Glasgow
M‘Farlane, D. grocer, Glasgow
Morrison and Watson, merchants, Glasgow, and

bleachers at Milngavie, parish of New Kiipatrick
Menzies, T. vintner, Glasgow
Pollock, A. & J. cotton-yarn merchants, Paisley
Rankine, J. merchant, Cowgate, Dundee
Stark, W. merchant, Auchtermuchty


Anderson, M. & J. merchants, Paisley
Anderson, W. ironmonger and merchant, Glasgow
Andrew, M. & Son, bleachers, Glanderston, in the

parish of Nealston
Auchie, J. & J. and Company, merchants, Glas.

gow, and Dollar, Auchie, and Company, mer

chants, Kingston, Jamaica Balfour, J. merchant, Kirkcaldy Carrick, J. dealer in china and earthen-ware, Glas

gow Carmichael, D. merchant and general agent, Queen

street, Glasgow
Edington, T. & Sons, of the Phænix-foundery,

Ewing, W. cotton-yarn merchant and agent, Glas-

Hooper, J. & Company, brewers, Hutchisontown,

Glasgow, and J. Maclachlan & Hugh Carswell, individual partners of said company Imrie, W. wright and ship-owner, Meckven, parish

of Methven, and county of Perth
Johnston, W. grocer and spirit-dealer, Picasance,

Gardner, W. coal-merchant and brick and tile-

maker, East Muir
Graham, J. jun. merchant, Glasgow
Greig, W. currier and leather-merchant, Dundee
Gillespie Ferguson, T. & Company, merchants,

M‘Nab, J. potato-merchant, Dykehar, near Paisley
M‘Kenzie, G. boot and shoe-maker, Perth
M‘Brayne, D. & Company, manufacturers, Glasgow

Arthur Bruce, jun. bookseller and stationer Greerr.

ock; by William Scott, stationer here, 2d De

cember-a dividend.
Matthew Brown & Co. manufacturers, Glasgow ;

by John M'Gavin, accountant, Glasgow, 234 No

William Forbes, merchant and ship-builder, Peter-

head; by William Gamack, writer there, Ist De

The Falkirk Union Bank; by James Russel, writer,

Falkirk-a dividend of 9s. pec pound on 27th
November, to be paid at the Lyceum, Glasgow,

13th, 14th, and 15th December
Ishmael Smith, merchant, Aberdeen ; by William

Kennedy, advocate, Aberdeen, 27th December
George Speed, merchant, Perth; by George John-

ston, merehant, Perth, 20th November


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London, Corn Exchange, Nov. 1.

Liverpool, Nov. 6.

Wheat, 3. d. s. Wheat, Red 58 to 62 Boilers

50 to 52

Pease, for. 45 0 to 50 0 Fine .

62 to 65 Small Beang. 54 to 0 English . 10 6 to 11 o Rice, p.cwt. 0 0 to O Superfine 66 to 68 New.

. 48 to 50 Scotch 9 Oto 9 g Flour, Eng. 54 0 to 56 0 Es. White, new 58 to 62 | Tick

48 to 0 Irish, new 8 6 to 90-Seconds. 50 0 to 52 O Fine

64 to 68 Foreign . 40 to 44 Dantzic 9 6 to 10 6 Irishp. 21016.42 0 to 440 Superfine 70 to 72 Feed Oats 19 to 22 Weimar, . 9 6 to 10 6 Ameri. p. bl. 38 0 to 40 0 Old 78 to 82 Fine.

22 to 23 American. 8 3 to 8 9-Sour do., 31 0 to 33 0 30 to 32 Poland do . 25 to 25 Quebec . ..8 6 to 8 9

Clover-seed, p. bush. 26 to 50 Fine Barley

26 to 28 Barley, per 60 lbs.

- White

0 to Fine .. 32 to 35 Potato do.

O to 25 to 27 English,grind.46 to 4 9 - Red Superfine ...38 to 12 Fine . 26 to 28 Malting

...50 to 6 0 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Malt, 50 to 60 Flour, p. sack 60 to 65 Irish

4 0 to 43

English 30 0 to 34 O Fine 68 to 76 Seconds 50 to 60 Scotch 4 0 to 4 6

Scotch 28 0 to 30
Hog Pease . . 47 to 51 | North Country 50 to 60 Foreign 4 0 to 4 9 Irish .... 21 0 to 260
Maple . 51 to 53 Pollard 20 to 28 Malt p.9 gls. 10 0 to 11 3 Butter, Beef, gc.
White, new .. 46 to 50l Bran

9 to 10 Rye, for. 36 0 to 38 0 Butter, per ewt. s.
Oats, per 45 h.


99 to

3 4 to 3 6 Newry

88 to
Seeds, f.c.-Nov. 5.
Scotch pota. 3 4 to 3 6 Waterford, nex O to

0 $. s. Welsh 3 1 to 3 6 Cork, 3d 80 to 0 Must. Brown, 10 to 0 Hempseed . 50 to Trish, new 3 2 to 3 4 Pickled,

99 to 0 -White. 14 to 0 Linseed, crush. 56 to 65

3 2 to 3 4 Beef, p. tierce 85 to 95 Tares 15 to 0 New, for Seed to

Common. 3 1 to 3 3 --- p. barrel 55 to 63 Turnips . ... 0 to 0 Ryegrass,

56 to Foreign 2 10 to 3 O Pork, p. br. 90 to 98 -New 10 to 16 Clover, Red, . 105 to Beans, pr qr.

Hams dry, 64 to 66 -Yellow.

0 -- White

105 to English 46 0 to 54 0 Bacon,
Carraway • 60 to 62 Coriander 16 to 18 Irish .. • 41 0 to 46 0 Short middles 0 to 0
Canary 100 to 01 Trefoil

• 70 to
Pease, per quar.


70 to o New Rapeseed, £35 to £m.

- Boiling . 45 0 to 50 0 New Rapeseed £31 to 20


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

ended 23d Oct. 1819.

Wheat, 66s. 9d.-Rye, 12s. 78.--Barley, 38s. 3d.-Oats, 25$. 3d.-Beans, 475. 7d.-Pease, 48s. 105.

Beer or Big, 0s. Od.-Oatmeal, 26s. 3d.

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 Oct. 1819.
Wheat, 58s. 11d.-Rye, 44s. 8d.-Barley, 33s. Od.- Oats, 24s. 60.-Beans, 39s. 3d. Pease, 39s. 5d.

Beer or Big, 29s. 11d.Oatmeal, 19s. 9d.

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Tuesday, Nov. 2.
Beef (174 oz. per lb.) Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.)
Lamb, per quarter • 2s. Od. to 3s. 6d. Butter, per lb.

Os. 8d. to Os. 10d. New Salt ditto,

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Ditto, per stone
Tallow, per stone · Os. Od. to 5$. Od. Eggs, per dozen

O$. 9d. to Os. 10d. Os. 8d. to Os. Od. 1s. 5d. to 08. Od. 1s. 2d. to ls. 4d. 18s. Od. to 20s. Od. ls. Od. to Os. Od.

1st,......36s. 6d.
2d, ...... 335. 6d.



1st....... 24s. Od. | Ist,......195. Od. 1st....... 18s. Od. 1st, .18$. Od.
2d, ...... 21s. Od. | 2d,...... 175. Od. 2d, .16s. Od. 2d....... 16s. Od.
3d, ......19s. Od. | 3d, ......15s. Od. | 3d, ......14s. Od. 1 3d,......14s. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1:10:9: 9-12ths.

...... 30s. Od.



THE temperature of the month of October has been very variable. On the 1st it rose to 62, and on the 4th, it was not higher than 50. On the 10th, it was as high as 63, and not lower than 55 during the night ; but after that period it never again reached 60. During the last ten days it sunk frequently below the freezing point, and seldom rose higher than 44. The mean of the whole month, as compared with that of October 1818

and 1817, is more than 5 degrees lower than the former, and 54 higher than the latter. It may be regarded therefore as about the average for the season, and nearly the mean annual temperature. Spring water is a fraction of a degree higher than during the corresponde ing month of last year. The barometer, with a few exceptions, has been steady, and the average considerably above the mean annual height. Between the 1st and the 3d of the month, there fell about an inch of rain, after which the daily fluctuations of the barometer, for two days, were nearly half an inch. On the 8th and 9th, a sudden depression took place, which was followed on the 11th and 12th by a fall of rain exceeding 2} inches. Between the 18th and 20th, the mercury sunk from 30.1 to 29.4, and on the 19th there fell a quarter of an inch of rain. The only other remarkable depression of the barometer took place on the 22d, and was succeeded by several days of blowing stormy weather. The 24th was exceedingly boisterous, with hurricanes of snow from the north. From the prevalence of north-east winds, the hygrometer indicated considerable dryness. The mean point of deposition is about a degree and a half below the mean minimum temperature, and 8 degrees below that of October last year. The mean of the daily extreme temperatures is again lower than thet of 10 morning and evening; but the difference is only twotenths of a degree. It is worthy of remark, that, at 10, on the evening of the 10th, the day preceding that on which the heavy fall of rain took place, the temperature rose to 63, which was higher than it ever was at any other period during the month. The fact is, no doubt, to be accounted for from the sudden extrication of heat by the condensation of a great quantity of vapour.

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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.



THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat,

51.9 Maximum,

10th day,

63-0 ...cold,


26.5 ........ temperature, 10 A. M. 47.6 Lowest maximum, 28th

41.0 ...... 10 P. M. 45.2 Highest minimum, 10th

55.5 ........ of daily extremes,

Highest, 10 A. M.

60.0 ........... 10 A. M. and 10 P. M.

46.4 Lowest ditto,

31 st

31.5 .......... 4 daily observations,

46.3 Highest, 10 P. M.


63.0 Whole range of thermometer,

352.0 Lowest ditto


33.0 Mean daily ditto, 11.4 Greatest range in 24 hours, 20th

29.5 temperature of spring water,

Least ditto,


3.0 BAROMETER. Inches.


Inches. Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 53) 29.704 Highest, 10 A. M.


30.225 ............ 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 53) 29.739 Lowest ditto,


29.280 both, (temp. of mer. 53) 29.721 Highest, 10 P. M.


30.230 Whole range of barometer,

6.160 Lowest ditto,


29.225 Mean ditto, during the day,

.093 Greatest range in 24 hours, 5th
... night,
.105 Least ditto,


.030 ................. in 24 hours,


Leslie. Highest, 10 A. M. 24th

27.0 Rain in inches,

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


2.0 Evaporation in ditto, 1.430 ......... Highest, 10 P. M. 20th

25.0 Mean daily Evaporation,

........... Lowest ditto, 12th

1.0 Leslie. Mean, To A. M. 14.2 Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. Ist

10 P. M.

Lowest ditto, 21 st
Highest, 10 P.M. 10th

57.6 Anderson. Point of Dep. 10 A. M. 39.5

Lowest ditto,

20th 15.4 ................ 10 P. M.

38.4 ............. Relat.Hum..Highest, 10 Á.M. 12th 97.0 both, 38.9 ........ Least ditto, 24th

49.0 Relat. Humid. 10 A.M.


... Greatest, 10 P.M. 12th 99.0 ............................................. 10 P. M. 80.2

Least ditto, 20th 47.0 .......... both,

78.9 ...... Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest, 10 A.M. Ist .307 Grs. mois. in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M..187

Least ditto, 21st .083 ........................................................10 P.M. .180

Greatest, 10 P. M. 10th .309 both, .183

............................. Least ditto, 20th .076 Fair days, 19; rainy days, 12. Wind west of meridian, 23; east of meridian, 8.




........ both,


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



Ther. Barom. Ther.


Ther. Barom.

Ther. Wind.

Oct. 1{ A.477

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Rain foren.
.294 A.59

fair aftern.
M.57 .230 M.59
A. 51 .246 A.58 } S.W. Showery.
M.58 .242 M.58)
A.51 .185 A.58

S.W. Showery.
M.42 .236 M.50

Rain foren.

A. 392 .498 A. 46 fair aftern.
M.42 .690 M.46

N.W. Cloudy.
M. 43 .727 A. 47

M.50 .345 M.49
A. 41 .385 A. 51

W. Cloudy
SM,50 .385 M.50

JA. 46 .555 A.51

SM.48 .674 M.49
A. 40%

.674 A. 53 Cloudy.
M.599 .428 M.57
A. 50

.260 A, 59S Showery
.356 M.60

.383 A. 63 )

Clear. 11 M.56 ,569 M.59

s. A. 49 .670.A.58

M.56 .750 M.58

S.W. Clear.
A. 523 .750 A,58
M.55 .546 M.58
A. 50 .638 A.57

.792 M.58 A. 48 .982 A.56 15

M.52 .999 M.55
A. 42 .976 A.55

Cloudy. 16

M.44 .980 M.52
A. 38 .911/A, 50}N. W. Clear, cold.

Oct. 17

M.41 29.999 M.49
A. 32 30.102 A. 48

N.W. Clear.

M.47 29.980 M.48
A. 36
.873 A. 49

N. W. Fair, cold.

.681 M.52 A. 46

Fair fore.

N.W. .377 A. 54

rain aftern. 20. M.47 .206 M.54

Do. fore. A. 437

Cble. .272 A.50

hail aftern.

.296 M.21
.294 A. 39

Cble. Clear, cold.

.137 M.39 A.26 .115 A. 42



.107. M.44)
A. 36

N. .112 A. 44 S


M.39 .357 M.41
A. 343 .380 A. 38)

N.E. Cloudy, cold 25

M.10 141 M.40

A.32 ..531 A.44 N.E. Frosty.

M.35 .531 M.44
A. 28 .608 A. 39

N.E. Ditto.
M.40 .755 M.49

A. 327 .573 A. 40


M.37 .612 M.39
A. 277

.612 A.38

M.37 .567 M.39


Very stormy, UA. 28 .672 A. 39

sleet & hail. 30.

M.37 .764 M.38
A, 30 .804 A. 39

E. Shower,cold.
(A. 30
.796 A. 39





s.w. Cloudy. Cble. Cloudy.

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Lieut. J. Clarke to be Capt. by purch,
vice Rankin, ret.

14 Oct. 4 Dr. Gds. Surg. Brown, from 9 F. to be Surg. vice

86 Abercrombie, h. p. 60 F. 30 Sep. 1819

Assist. Surg. Hood, from 46. to be

Assist. Surg. vice Bell, dead
Cornet Heyman to be Lieut. by purch.

2 Dr
vice Walker, ret.

14 Oct.

2 W.I.R. Ensign Greenwood, from h. p. 1 Bahama W. Blane to be Cornet by purch. do.

Gar. Comp. to be Ensign, vice Chaf3

26 June Bt. Maj. Stisted to be Major by purch.

fers, dead vice Davenport, res.


Gent. Cadet R. Hewan, from Mil. Coll.
Lieut. Lloyd to be Capt. by purch. do.

to be Ensign, vice Power, dead 30 Sep.
Cornet Finch to be Lieut. do. do.

Cape Corps Ensign Rogers, from 38 F. to be Lieut.

J. Floyer to be Cornet


(of Cav.) 12 Bt. Maj. F, Russell, from 52 F. to be

Captain, vice Stawell, prom. 23 Sept. Duke of Wellington, K.G. and G.C. B. to be Gov.
14 Bt. Lt. Col. Baker, to be Lt. Col. vice Sir of Plymouth, vice Duke of Richmond 9 Oct.
F. E. B. Hervey, dead

30 do.
Bt. Major Mills to be Major

Medical Department.

do. Lieut. Jones to be Captain

do. Staff Surg. Walter, from h. p. to be Surg. 25 June Cornet Parry to be Lieut.


Shetcky, do. do. vice M Ghushan
W. J. D'Urban to be Cornet 7 Oct.

30 Sept.
17 Fred. Loftus to be Cornet, vice Ellman, Hosp. Assist. J. Higgins, M. D. from h. p. to be
do. Hosp. Assist.

25 do. 19 Cornet Duff to be Lieut. by purch. vice

Burton, ret.

14 Oct. Bt. Col. Thornton, 85 F. with Lt. Col. Warbur-
Hon. G. Hervey to be Cornet do.

ton, h. p.
22 Lieut. Dwyer to be Capt. by purch. vice Major Horton, 61 F. with Lieut. Col. Fax:e, h. p.
Paterson, prom.

do. Meuron's Regt.
Cornet Mildmay to be Lieut. by purch. Bt. Major Glew, 41 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Stehe-

do. lin, h. p. York Chass.
J. Berners to be Cornet by purch. do.

Bt. Major Lord Hotham, Coldst. Gds. With Capt. 24

J. Barron do. do. vice Rocke, Beaufoy, h. p.


Capt. Hay, 2 F. with Capt. Maclean, h. p. 96 F. 7 Foot Ensign Calvert, from 31 F. to be Lieut.

Hyde, 1 W. I. R. with Captain Knox, n. p. by purch, vice Goidicutt, prom. 60 F. V. l. Ra.

30 Sept.

Drawwater, 26 r. rec. dift. with Bt. Lt. Col. 9 Surg. Loinsworth, from h. p. 69 F. to Maule, h. p. 104 F. be Surg. vice Brown, 2 Dr. Gds.

Gray, 12 F. with Capt. Bertridge, h.p. 67 F. 222 Lieut. Keappock to be Captain, vice Schaw, 85 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Jackson. M Gachan, dead


h. p. 37 F. Ensign Poole to be Lieut.

do. Lieut. Hay, 7 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. Cuffe, Hon. F. Cavendish to be Ensign


h. p. 62 F.
28 Capt. Teulon to be Major by purch. vice Cameron, 7 F. with Lieut. Goldicutt, h. p.
Stovin, prom. 92 F.

7 Oct. 60 F.
Ensign Dalgleish to be Lieut. by purch. Galwey, 56 F. rec. dift. with Lt. Hill, h. p.

vice Magennis, prom. 37 F. 23 Sept. Berford, 2 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Meldrum,
W. A. Stewart, from 58 F. to be Ensign


Wallace, 5 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Harris, h.p. 32 T. Jeffries to be Ensign by purch. vice Robinson, 10 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Levinge, Calvert, prom. 7 F.

30 do. h. p. 85 F. 32 Lieut. Meighan to be Capt. vice Leon. Shawe, 31 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Farrington, ard, dead

do. h. p. 4 F.
Ensign Browne to be Lieut. 29 do.

Crawford, 32 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Moore,
Gent. Cadet A. G. Slacke, from Mil. Coll. h. p. 52 F.
to be Ensign

30 do.

Langton, 39 F. rec. dift. with Lieut. Wright,
Lieut. Moore to be Adj. vice Lawrence, h. p. 60 F.
res. Adj. only.


Connor, 57 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Tinling, 34

G. Ledingham, from h. p. Cape h. p. 104 F.
R. to be Paym. vice Sarjeant 16 do.

Thomson, 62 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Mitchell, 35

Lieut. Gen. Sir J. Oswald, K.C.B. to be h. p. 19 Dr.
Col. vice Duke of Richmond, dead Lewen, 70 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Hunter, h.p.

9 Oct.

Cleary, 76 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Clarke, h.p. 38 T. A. Trant to be Ensign, vice Rogers, Perry, Staff Corps, with Lt. Colleton, h. p. prom. Cape Corps

30 Sept.

Buller, 55 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Boyes, h. p. 46 Assist. Surg. M'Munn, from h. p. 38 F. 85 F. to be Assist. Surg. vice Hood, 86 F. Smith, 91 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Fraser, h. p.

14 Oct. 42 F.
50 Lieut. Ryan to be Capt. vice Bt. Major Williams, 2 F. with Lt. Nunn, h. p. 58 F. |
Rowe, dead

Cornet Rycroft, 8 Dr. with Lt. Hodges, 21 Dr.
Ensign Tew to be Lieut.

do. Ensign Barret, 13 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Jordan, h.p.
Gent. Cadet. T. Ahmuty, from Military 60 F.
Coll. to be Ensign

White,'90 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Cotter, h. p. 52

Lieut. Winterbottom to be Adj. vice 60 F.
Campbell, res. Adj. only 23 do. Strange, 1 W. I. R. with Lt. Ford, h.


Capt. Fitzgerald, from h: p. 3 Dr. to be W. I. R.
Capt. vice Russell, 12 Dr. 14 Oct.

h. P.

30 Sept.


Mills, 9 F. with Lt. Rawlins, h. p. 83 F. 57 Bt. Lieut. Col. Carey to be Lt. Col. by Lock, 51 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Forman, h.p.

purch. vice Spring, ret. 30 Sept. 60 F.
Bt. Major M‘Laine to be Major by purch. Irvine, 81 F. rec. diff. with Lt. M'Donald,

14 Oct.

34 F. Lt. Macdougall to be Capt. by purch. do. Hickson, 88 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Jardine, Ensign Doig to be Lieut. do. do. h. p. 12 F.

H. Shad to be Ensign do do. Assist. Surg. Cowie, 2 Dr. G. with Assist. Surgeon 58 G. Rothe to be Ensign by purch. vice Bell, h. p. 3 Dr. G. Stewart, 28 F.

23 Sept.

Woodroffe, Staff Med. Dep. with Ass. 60 Lieut, Goldicutt, from 7 F. to be Capt. Surg. Brown, h. p. 4 Dr. G. by purch. vice Bell, ret.

30 do.

Millett, Staff Med. Dep. with Assist. 75 Lieut. Farquharson to be Captain by Sarg. French, h. p. 4 F. purch. vice M Lean, ret. 23 do.

Maher, Staff Med. Dep. with Assist.
Ensign Orr to be Lieut. by purch. do. Surg. Simpson, h. p. 36 F.
Gent. Cadet F. Hawkins, from Military

M'Donagh, Staff Med. Dep. with Ass.
Coll. to be Ensign by purch. do. Surg. Davies, h. p. 14 Dr.

h. Po

14 Aug.

10 Aug.

31 Aug.

Assist. Surg. Kehoe, Staff Med. Dep. with Assist. Grant, 1 F. Taulnah, Madras 13 Oct. 1817 Surg. Brisbane, h. p. 52 F.

Krauchenberg, late 2 Hussars, Germ. Leg. Lloyd, Staff Med. Dep. with Assist.

Wibner, Adj. to 1st Surrey Militia Surg. Ross, h. p. 99 F.

Lieut. A Stewart, 17 F. Bengal 22 March 1819 Stewart, Staff Med. Dep. with Assist,

M‘Bean, 73 F. Ceylon

6 Jan. Surg. Ligertwood, h. p. 12 F.

M‘Donnell, 92 f. Jamaica
Mackie, Adj. 92 F. do.

28 do. Resignations and Retirements.

Marsh, 1 Bat. 60 F. Quebec

5 July Lieut. Col. Spring, 57 F.

North, 50 F. Jamaica
Davenport, 3 Dr.

Richardson, 50 F. do.

11 do. Major Maclean, 75 F.

Lyon, Adj. do. do.

18 do. Captain Bell, 60 F.

Caddell, 86 F. on board the Golconda TranRankin, 76 F.

sport on passage from India

20 April Lieut. Walker, 2 Dr.

J. Campbell, 86 F. do.
Burton, 19 Dr.

Battersby, h. p. 30 F. do.

1 May. Appointments Cancelled.

Riee, 1 W. I. R. Dominica

10 April

Wilkinson, 1 Ceylon Reg. Colombo 7 Mar, Dep. Inspec. Higgins, from h. p.

Logan, h. p. 80 F. Ayr

10 Feb. Staff Surgeon M Glashan, do.

Farren, 73 F. Ceylon
Paymaster Ledingham, 1 W. I. R.

Cornet Ellman, 17 Dr.
Ensign Barlow, 50 F. Jamaica

14 Aug.

Chaffers, 2 W. I. R. Bahamas 22 June District Paym. Nangle, at Edinburgh. from 1 Aug.

Power, do.


4 July 1819. Deaths. Paym. Darley, 62 F. Halifax, N. S.

19 Aug. Montgomery, 50 F. Jamaica

do. General Duke of Richmond, K. G. 35 F. Gov. of Adjutant Watson, Westmoreland Militia, Plymouth, in Canada

28 Aug. 1819 Quarter Master Adams, R. H. Gds. 17 Oet. Lt. Gen. Waller, late of 3 Dr. Bath


Handschildt. late 2 Huss. Ger. Leg. Colonel Hill, 50 F. Jamaica Lt. Col. Blayney, 92 F. Jamaica

28 Aug.

Commissariat Department. Sparrow, h. p. 61 F. Dep. Adj. Gen. Ja- Hardy, Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. Jamaica 7 June maica

22 do. S. Macdonnall, do.


30 July O'Dell, 25 Dr.

7 April

Medical Department. Major Rowe, 50 F. Jamaica.

3 Aug. Staff Surg. J. Brown, (late As. Sur. 50 F.) Jamaica Coane, h. p. 73 F. Kandy, Ceylon 5 Jan. Browne, 67 F. on passage xrom India on

Wasdell, h. p. board the Malabar

4 June

Hinckell, h. p.
Montgomery, 50 F. Jamaica 11 Aug. Surg. Cotton, h. p. 22 F.
Alex. Brown, R. Mar.

Hosp, Assist. Alcock, Jamaica

4 Aug. Capt. M'Gachan, 22 F.

Scott, h. p. 67 F. Bombay

28 Jan. Rev. G. Wright, officiating Chaplain, Halifax, N.S. Portbury, 53 F. Trichinopoly, Madras Rev. T. Humberston, officiating Chaplain, Jamai30 do.

9 Aug.

10 May

23 Aag.



a son.

BIRTHS. Sept, 1. At Cornhill, near Aberdeen, Mrs Young, 3. At Dundas-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Bridges, a daughter.

16. At Florence, the lady of Roderick M'Neil, Esq. a daughter.

17. At London, the lady of G. H. Freeling, Esq. of the General Post-office, a son.

21. At Bonjedward-house, Mrs Jerdon, a son.

22. At Pittrichie-house, Mrs M.Kenzie, Pittriehie, a son.

21. In Charlotte-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Arbuthnot, a daughter. 25.

At Young-street, Charlotte-square, Edin. burgh, the lady of Captain William Marshall, of the Honourable East India Company's service, a daughter.

26. At Melsetter, the lady of Robert Heddle, Esq. of Melsetter, a son.

27. At Sunbury, Mrs Haig, a son.

30. At the house of his Majesty's Envoy at Berlin, the lady of George Sholto Douglas, Esq. secretary of legation at that court, a daughter.

At Old Montrose; Roxburghshire, Mrs Legge, a son.

Oct. 1. The lady of Major Nickle, 88th regiment, a son.

At Edinburgh, Mrs Colonel Maxwell, a son. 2. The lady of Captain James, of the 2d or R. N.B. Dragoons, a daughter.

3. At Dublin, her Excellency the Countess Talbot, a son. - At Lochmalony, the lady of Major Horsburgh,

At King's-place, Leith-walk, Mrs Captain M'Vicar, R. N. a daughter.

4. At Foss, Mrs Stewart of Foss, a son.

5. In Great Wellington-street, the lady of Capt. Romer, royal artillery, a daughter.

6. At New, Mrs Dr Forbes, Strathdon, a son. 8. At Loehnaw-castle, Lady Agnew, a son.

10. At George-street, Edinburgh, the lady of the Rev. H. Wastell of Newbrough, Northumberland, a daughter.

11. The Countess of Jersey, a son.
12. At Georgefield, Mrs Rutherford, a daughter.

14. At Paris, the lady of Alexander M. Hamilton, Esq. of the Retreat, in Devonshire, and of Hullerhirst, in Ayrshire, a daughter.

15. Mrs Morehead, wife of the Rev. R. Morehead, a daughter.

16. Lady William Russell, a son and heir.

17. At Tunbridge-wells, the lady of Lieut.-Col. Brownrigg, a son.

- At Forth-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Lyon, a daughter.

At Boath, Lady Dunbar of Boath, a son and heir.

At George's-square, Edinburgh, Mrs Alex. Ross, a son.

20. At Hopetoun-house, the Countess of Hopetoun, a son.

21. At Tayside, Mrs Dawson, a son.

Lately-The wife of Mr Spencer Ivison of Dikehead, formerly of Jerriestown, of twins, being the fourth time of her double accouchment.

MARRIAGES. Aug. 30. The Hon. Henry Caulfield of Hockley-lodge, county of Armagh, only brother to the Earl of Charlmont, to Elizabeth Margaret Browne, second daughter of Dodwell Browne of Rabines, Esq. county of Mayo, grand-daughter of Sir Neal O'Donel, Bart. deceased, and niece to Lady Molyneaux of Castle Dillon, county of Armagh.

Sept. 8. At Gretna-green, and at St Andrew'schurch, Holborn, on the 4th October, W. Plomer, Esq. son of the late Sir William Plomer, to Catherine Wilhelmina, only daughter of William Pagan, Esq. York-place, Edinburgh.

14. At Abbey of Luce, Dr James Anderson, physician, Belfast, to Jane, daughter of the Rev. William Learmont.

a son.

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