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Brought over L. 220,002 4 6 of another gentleman, Mr Williams, that Methodist Missionary Society 24,000 00 he was a respectable man, and would atMoravian Missions - 5,000 0 0 tend to answer the charge on Monday. Baptist Missionary Society 16,000 0 0 Mr Franklin, however, failed to appear, Society for Propagating the lineas and upon sending to his house, it appeared Gospel si sco.

13,80000 that he had fled through the night. Mr National Society for Educa-cara Pearson then boldly stated that this gention

000 2,500 00 tleman was a man of independent fortune, Religious Tract Society - 6,180 0 0 and had a son an officer in the guards ; Collection on the King's set

that he had gone on in this course of disLetter for the Society (50.000 Letter for the Society

olo tributing, at great expence and trouble, for the Propagation of

seditious and treasonable placards gratui. the Gospel nearly

tously, by hundreds of thousands, for a - Total of one year L. 337,482 4 6 period of three years, which placards had

13. THE QUEEN.--Since the commence. been imputed to the disaffection of the ment of the proceedings against her Ma- people ; and that he had done all this une jesty, the addresses of condolence and en- der the protection, and by the authority of couragement to her have been more nu- government. Mr Pearson said he had evimerous than before'; on Wednesday 35 dence to prove these charges, and obtained addresses from various parts of the country a warrant to apprehend Mr Franklin. He were presented, and her Majesty has ap- afterwards applied to Lord Sidmouth, to pointed Wednesday next to receive a num- exert the authority of his department, to ber of others, amounting to above thirty. prevent the delinquent from escaping from

Treasonable Placards. On Saturday the country; but his Lordship, after exthe 7th iristant, a poor illiterate boy, who amining into the matter, replied that he could not read, was taken to Bow-Street saw no reason for his interference. It has Police Office, London, charged with distri- since been learned, that Franklin has Hed buting handbills of a seditious and treason- to France ; and Mr Pearson, with Vickery,

able tendency, in the neighbourhood of the the Bow-Street officer, have gone there in 10 House of Lords. They had been given pursuit.

him, he said, by a gentleman, who paid The Quarter's Revenue. The sael him a shilling, and promised to reward him mount of the revenue for the quarter ended n liberally. The bills purported to come yesterday is L. 10,874,000. The amount 19 from the Queen's Plate Committee. --Mr of the corresponding quarter of 1819 was 11 Pearson attended, and said that he believed only L. 9,781,000, leaving a surplus of

what the prisoner had stated was true, and nearly eleven hundred thousand pounds in 19 that he had been in pursuit of the said favour of this quarter, to which is to be -9 gentlemant these three days, "and begged added, the amount of the quarter for Ire

the matter might stand over "till next land, about L. 190,100. The charge for 29 day. dt On Sunday Mr Pearson, with a the corresponding quarter, last year, was bu Bow Street officer, traced the gentleman L. 9,434,565, leaving a surplus in that

(named Franklin or Fletcher) to his resi quarter of L. 347,034, but in this quarter in dence near London, and brought him a there is a surplus of above L. 1,000,000, vd prisoner to the office, from which he was to which is to be added the account for Ireitallowed by the Magistrate, Sir R. Baker, land, which will make the whole surplus Irto depart without bail, upon an assurance above L. 1,200,000. XX Is nielqxs bos bons OT IX 960 5 nigro' yas soft sto to nois

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Acts passed in the First Year of the Reign of George IV., or in the First Session of

the Seventh Parliament of the United Kingdom." . CAP. XXVÍ. For the Encouragement the Build of the Dominions of His said and Improvement of the Coasting Trade of Majesty.-July 8. Ireland.June 30, 1820.

Cap. XXXÝ. For the better securing 1.2. Cap. XXVII. To regulate the Ap- Monies and Effects paid into the Court of

pointment and Tenure of the Office of Exchequer at Westminster, on account of Clerk of the Peace in Ireland. - June 30. the Suitors of the said Court, and for the * Cap. XXVIII. To repeal an Act made Appointment of an Accountant General and in the Fiftieth Year of the Reign of his Two Masters of the said Court; and for

late Majesty, for regulating the Fees of other purposes. July 8. ** Coroners in Ireland, upon holding Inqui- . Cap. XXXVI. For Allowing Appeals sitions, and to make other Provisions for from Towns Corporate and Franchises, in that purpose.—June 30.

certain Cases, to the General or Quarter * Cap. XXIX. To Enlarge the Powers Sessions of the Peace of the Counties in of the Governors of the Foundling Hospital which they are situate.July 8. in Dublin.-Jume 30.

Cap. XXXVII. To increase the Power 30Cap. XXX. For relieving Ewart Rut- of Magistrates in the Appointment of Spe

son and Company of Liverpool, and others, cial Constables. July 8. from the Bonds granted for the Duties on Cap. XXXVIII. For fixing the Rates

certain Spirits accidentally destroyed.- of Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers and * June 30.

others on quartering Soldiers.--July 8. Cap. XXXI. For raising the Sum of Cap. XXXIX. For the Assistance of Twenty-nine Millions by Exchequer Bills, Trade and Manufactures in Ireland, by for the Service of the Year One thousand authorizing the advance of certain Sums eight hundred' and twenty, July 8. for the Support of Commercial Credit there.

Cap. XXXII. To permit the Importa. -July 8." tion of Coffee from any Foreign Colony or Cap. XL. To amend and explain an

Plantation in America into the Port of Act, passed in the Parliament of Ireland "Bridgetown in Barbadoes.July 8. -* in the Thirty-ninth Year of His late Ma. 1-4)! Cap. XXXIII. To amend and continue, jesty, to enable certain Persons to recover a

until the Thirty-first Day of December just Compensation for the 'Tithes withheld One thousand cight hundred and twenty- from them in the Years 1797 and 1798. three, several Laws relating to the En, July 8. couragement of the Greenland Whale Cap. XLI. To extend the Benefit of Fisheries, to the allowing vessels employed Two Acts, made in the Fifty-sixth and in the said Fisheries to complete their full Fifty-eighth Years of the Reign of His late number of men at certain Purts. -_July 8. Majesty King George 'the Third, for a.

Cap. XXXIV. For further continuing, mending the Law of Ireland respecting until the First Day of January One thou: the Recovery of Tenements from abscond. sand eight hundred and twenty-six, soing, over-holding, and defaulting Tenants. much of an Act passed in the Fifty-sixth July 8. *** Year of His late Majesty as permits Sub- 'Cap. XLII. An Act to authorize a jects of His Majesty the King of the Ne- Composition due to His Majesty from the therlands to import and export certain Arti- late Abraham Goldsmid, Merchant, and cles into and from the Colonies of Demera. his surviving Partners.July 8. ra, Berbice, and Essequibo, in Ships not of Cap. XLHI. To amend the Laws re.

lating to Smuggling, and the Coasting, lating to the House of Industry in Dublin. Trade in Great Britain.July 15. -July 15.

Cap. XLIV. To continue, until the Cap. L. To carry into Effect certain Fifth Day of July 1821, an Act of the Licerices permitting the Removal of Negro Fifty-ninth Year of His late Majesty, for Slaves from the Bahama Islands to Demerendering the growing Produce of the Conrara... July 15. - prova solidated Fund of the United Kingdom, Cap. Lí. To regulate the rebuilding arising in Great Britain, available for the of the Town of St John's in Newfoundland, Public Service.July 15. "

and for indemifying Persons giving up Cap. XLV. To continuc' certain Duties Ground for that purpose.July 15. on several Articles, the Manufacture of Cap. LII. To continue, until the Great Britain or Ireland respectively, on Twenty-fifth Day of March 1821, an Act their Importation into either Country from made in the Forty-sixth Year of His late the other. July 15.

Majesty, for permitting the Importation of Cap. XLVI. For raising the Sum of Masts, Yards, Bowsprits, and Timber fit One million five hundred thousand Pounds for Naval Purposes, from the British British Currency, by Treasury Bills in Colonies in North America. July 15. Ireland, for the Service of the Year 1820. Cap. LIII. To continue, until the July 15.

Twenty-fifth Day of March 1821, so much Cap. XLVII. To revive and to con- of an Act of the Fifty-ninth Year of His tinue for Two Years, and from thence un. late Majesty, as allows Santa Maria Wood til the End of the then next Session of and Teak Wood to be imported free of Parliament, Two Acts, made in the Forty- Duty, July 15. :' seventh and Fiftieth Years of the Reign of Cap. LIV. To continue, until the His late Majesty King George the Third, First Day of August 1825, Two Acts of for the preventing improper Persons from the Forty-fifth and Fiftieth Years of His having Arms in Ireland.July 15. late Majesty, allowing the bringing of Coals,

Cap. XLVIII. To revive and continue Culm, and Cinders to London and West. for Two Years, and from thence until the minster by Inland Navigation.July 15. End of the then next Session of Parliament, Cap. LV. For giving further Facilities the Laws relating to Yeomanry Corps in to the Proceedings in the Court of King's Ireland. July 15.

Bench, and for giving certain Powers to Cap. XLIX. To amend the Laws re- Justices of Assize.July 15.



4 F.

21.! : . I. CIVIL. . Sept. 1. Mr Harvey Strong, to be Consul at Glasgow for the United States of America. : Members returned to serve in Parliament. County of Louth-Honourable John Jocelyn. County of Kilkenny-Honourable Charles Harwood Butler. II. ECCLESIASTICAL.

16 F. Sept. 7. Rev. William Buins, presented by the King to the Church and Parish of Kilsyth.

Oct. 10. Rev. Abraham Hume of Windsheil, presented by Sir W.P. H. Campbell, Bart. to the Church and Parish of Greenlaw. , III. MILITARY.. :

28 1 Dr. Gds. Captain Elton, to be Major by purch. - 30 vice Lieut. Col. Acklom, ret.

7th Sept. 1820.
Lieut. Hibbert, Capt. by purch. do,
Cornet Manning, Lieut. by purch. do.

Hon. J. Kennedy, from 1 Dr.
Cornet ...em

do. 3 1 Dr. Chamberlan, Lt. by purch, vice Garth, 57 F.

24th Aug. Hon. J. Kennedy, Cornet by purch, do. Sir L. P.Glyn, Bart. Cornet by purch. vice Kennedy, 1 Dr.

7th Sept,
Cornet Mackenzie, Lieut. by purch.

vice Finch, ret.:
W. Moore, Cornet by purch. do.
Cornet Lyster, Lieut, by purch. vice
Towers, 21 Dr.

B: Thornhill, Cornet by purch. do, 73
· W. T, Harrison, Corvét by purch, vice

Lieut. Towers, from 7 Dr. Capt. by purch. vice Goldrisk, ret. 8th July.

Cotton, Capt. by purch. vice Gregorie, ret.

• 14th Sept. Cornet Harrison, Lieut. by purch. do. Bt. Lieut. Col. Anwyll, Major by purch. ** vice Piper, prom,

3d Aug. Lieut. Bennet, Capt. by purch,'t do. Ensign Hon. M. Arbuthnott, fm. 74 F. Lieut. by purch.

11th Sept. * G. Hedley, Ensign by purch. vice Breton, prom.''

30 Aug. Lieut. Bates, Capt. vice Maltby, dead

24th do. Ensign Grant, Lieut. ** I do. T. Jones, Ensign

::!? do 2d Lieut. Lindsay, 1st Lieut. vice An

derson, 1 W. I. R.. 7th Sept, J. P. Bute, 2d Lieut.

do. Wheatley, Enşign,

Homan, superseded

do. Bt. Lieut.-Col. Vigoureux, Lieut.-Col. vice Vaumorel, dead

do. Bt. Major Murray, Major

do. Lieut. Jones, Captain

do. Ensign Backhouse, Lieut. G. Mansel, Ensigu

do. Captain Bruce, Major by purch. vice

Burke, 2 W. I. R. (1 24th Aug. Lieut, Garth, fm. 1 Dr. Capt. by purch. Paymaster Jellicoe, fm. h. p. 60 F. Paymaster, vice Darley, dead .

14th Sept. Lieut. Place, Capt. vice Watkin, dead

do, T. Knox, Ensign, vice Ansell, 74 F.. Åssist. Surg. Martin, fim. h. p..Assist. Surg. vice Dermott, dead 3. do.



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Ensign Ansell, fm. 67 F. Ensign, vice Lieut. Hon. W. S. Laseelles, fm. Gr. Gds. rec.

Vivian, dead 24th Aug. 1820. * diff. with Lieut. Vernon, h, p. 79

c. Johnstone, Ensign, vice Wight, - Cochrane, fm. 3 F. G. rec. diff. with Lieut: clead ** *

--- do. Turner, h. p. 89 Lieut. Buchanan, fm. h. p. York Rang. Spencer, tm. 73 F. with Lieut. Godfrey, Lieut. vice Freer, 2 R. Vet. Bn.

31st do."

Chapman, fm. 89 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. 93 Serj. Major Dallas, Qua. Mast. vice Twigg, h. p. Rifle Brig. Crombie, 10 R. Vet. Bn.


Browne, fm. 89 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. 1 W.I. R. Lieut. Anderson, fm. 21 F. Capt. vice Beckham, h. p. 43 F. Mayers, dead

7th Sept. Macdougall, fm. 91 F. rec. dift. with Lieut, 2 Major Burke, fm. 37 F. Lieut.-Col. vice Evans, h. p. 39 F. Bradley, ret.

. 24th Aug. Cornet Clagett, fm. 8 Dr. with Cornet Whitmore, 1 Ceyl. R. Lieut. Page, Capt. vice Stace, dead

19 Dr.

7th Sept. Richardson, fm. 6 Dr. with Ensign HeigOrdnance Department.

ham, 6 F. Roy. Art. Bt. Colonel Dickenson, Colonel ! Ensign Vyvyan, fm. 20 É. with Ensign M'Der

29th July mott, 52 F. · Bt. Lieut.-Col. Leake, Lieut.-Col. do.

- Carige, fm. 66 F. with Ensign Cookc, hop. Bt. Major Farrington, Major


3 Gar. Bn. Capt. Harrison, fm. h. p. Capt. .. do Hosp. Assist. Haltridge, fm, full pay with Hosp. - Kirby, fm. h. p. Capt, vice Lieut. 'Assist. Blair, h. p. Col. Tuloh, h. p.

Ist Aug.
1st Lieut. Jackson, 2d Capt, 29th July Resignations and Retirements. ,

Burn, from h, p. 1st Lieut. vice
Trench, h. p.

25th Aug.

Lt. Col. Acklom, 1 Dr. Gds. 2d Lieut. Dalzell, Ist Lieut. 29th July

- Bradley, 2 W. I. R.
- Gossett, fm. h. p. 2d Lieut. do.

Capt. Goldrisk, 21 Dr.","
Briscoe, fm, h, p. 2d Lieut. do.

Gregorie, 22 Dr... yw'

l i Beauchamp, fm. h. p. 2d Lieut.

Brereton, as Adj. 24th Aug.

Lieut. Finch, 3 Dr.

Cornet Parker, 8 Dr. 2d Ass. Surg. Ogilvie, 1st Assist. Surg.

, .sl . vice Eddowes, h. p.

1st Sept. Assist. Com. Gen. Dallas Nugent, fm. h. p, 2d Assist.

• Superseded." sind Surg. .

do. Medical Department.

Ensign Homan, 28 F. ;
Assist. Surg. Palmer, fm. h, p. Royal

York Rang. Assist. Surg. Forces

Deaths. 117 min 25th June.

uno Maj. Gen. Victor, Baron Alten, late Germ. Leg. 1 . Exchanges.

.: Aug, 1820.

Sir Wm, Nicholson, Bart. late of 72 F, Brev. Col. Burrows, fm. 14 F. with Brev. Col. Colonel Vaumorel, 50 F. Teddington, Middlesex "M'Combe, 64 F.

29th Aug. Lieut. Col. Seymour, fm. 3 F. G. with Lt. Col. Lt. Col. Boland, Insp. Field Officer at Bristol Sir H. W. Carr, K, C. B. h. p. 71 F.

1st Sept. Daniell, fm. 54 F. with Lieut. Col. Cal

Prior, h. p. Port. Ser.

11th June. vert, h. p. 72 F. .

• * Maj. Watkin, 65 F. Kentish Town 31st Aug. Bt. Lt. Col. Crookshank, fm. 33 F. with Major - Don. Mackenzie, h. p. R. African Corps, UrPhillott, h. p. 35 F.

tenhage, Cape of Good Hope 30th May. Farrer, fm, 81 F. with Bt. Lt. Col. Capt. Gordon, h. p. 5 Dr. Gds. Geneva 30th July. Hon. Sir C. Gordon, h. p. 2d Greek L. I.

Mayers, 1 W. I. R. Barbadoes 21st do. Bt. Major Agnew, fm. 8 F, with Capt, De Havi. Stace, i Ceylon Regt, in Essex 11th Aug. land, h. p. Malta Reg.

- Lindemann, h. p. Foreign Waggon Train Lapt. Terry, fm. 83 F. with Capt. Sanderson, he P. 103 F.

Lieut. Lecky, 67 F. Bombay ! !230 April. raig, fmi 4 F. with Capt. Schultz, h. p. Keen, late 7 Vet: Bn. Wandsworth York Rang.

14th July Reid, fin. 12 F. with Capt. Browne, 69 F.

F. Austin, n: p. 2d Prov. Bn. of Militia - Thorpe, fm. 39 F. rec. diff. with Capt.

. .. 1st Sept. Hawks, h. p. 8 F. i

- J. Fallon, h. p. 105 F. in Ireland 8th Aug. Lieut. Waldie, 'fm. 18 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. Ensign Wight, 79 F. Doyne, h. p. 29 F.

- Babbington, 3 W. I. R. Tobago . Drury, fm. 3 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. Mackenzie, 8 Vet. Bn. Dundee 28th Aug. Hughes, h. p. 21 Dr.

Adjutant Pye, Oxford Militia tay... 24th July. Hon. H. Lascelles, fm. Gr. Gds. rec. diff. Quar. Mast. Hennessy, 67 F. Bombay 19th Apr. with Lieut. Douglas, h. p.

Dep. As. Com. Gen. Fleming, Montreal, Canada Hudson, fm. 39' F. rec. diff. with Lieute Rhodes, h. p. -- Cochrane, fm. 47 F. with Lieut. Fraser,

Erratum in last Month's List. 51 F. ---- Bunney, fm. 48 F. with. Lieut. Russell, For Lt.-Col. Tulloh, R. Art. dead, -read. 86 F.

Lt.-Col. Tulloh, R, Art. placed on half pay.

14th July.


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Alex. Thomson

G. W. Hamilton

John Retalick (act.) Bann
Rt. Gordon (act.)
Wm. Read

Edward Lloyd
R. Easto

Edward Purcell Falmouth

David Davies

Creole Sir T. J. Cochrane Forte

Thos. Treliving

Wm. Finlaison
Jas. Pearce

Joddrell Leigh
Rt. Clennan

Whitworth Lloyd Parthian

Jas. Turton

Geo. Blackman
Jas, Fraser (act.)

A, Montgomerie (act.)
Thomas Peyton

J. R. Rowley
Chas. Burney

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J. H. Goldby (act.) Leveret
John Ryder (act.)


Hy. Taylor

P, Justice (b.)

James Belford (act.) Parthian
James Annesley
Alex. Lyall

Thomas Woods
Rd. Hains

W. G. Agar
John Whitewood

John Taylor (c.)


L. W. Young (act.) Snapper
S. L. H. Vassall

B. W. Curtis

W. H. Shepheard
Fras, Gordon

E. L, Smyth (act.)
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John Todd (act.)

L. C. Rooke

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F. A. Wilkinson

Rt. Dunn

E. H. Scott

Thos. Dunn

Orbell Oakes (act.

Geo. Roberts (ac

G. R. Taylor
John Saunders

H. P. Lew 2
Gilbert King

R. H. King

Rt. Guthrie

John Roche

Wm, Burn

John Wains

A. Martin

E. P. Coxe
Rt. Whitelaw

G. W. C. Courtenay Iphigenia

A. Montgomery

A. G. Barrette

Jas. Forrester

James Kingston

John Rainey

C. R. Milbourne
Douglas Kirk

Frederick Chamier

Wm. Clarke

Thos. Laurence (act.) (Leyeret

Jas. Low (act.)

Redwing H. F. Greville

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