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Assist. Surg. Malloch, from 16 Dr. 87 F. Lieut, Hassard, Adj. 23 Aug. 1825
Surg. vice O'Flaherty, dead

Ensign Hon. A. Harley, from 36 F.
Feb. 1826

Lieut. by purch. vice Sarjeant, ret. Lieut. Hill, Capt. vice Parsons, dead

19 Jan. 1826 17 July 1825 P. F. Blake, Ensign

96 do. Ensign Scott, Lieut.

do. .88 W. Knox, Ensign by purch. vice FletT. Wyatt, Ensign 26 Jan. 1826

cher, prom.

12 do. Lieut. Grubbe, from h. p. 74 F. Lieut.

Hosp. Assist. Dumbreck, Assist. Surg. vice Cross, 36 F.

12 do. Ensign Bartley, Licut. by purch. vice 89 Lieut. M'Causland, from 3 Vet. Bn. J: Briggs, 6 F.

19 do.

Lieut. vice Harris, 24 F.
T. W, Edwards, Ensign
do.

8 April 1825 Ensign Phelps, Lieut. by purch. vice 91 Lieut. Ferguson, from h. p. 97 F. Meade, prom.

4 Feb.

Quart. Mast. vice Maclean, h. p.
A. C. Errington, Ensign
do.

19 Jan. 1826 Lieut. Crofton, from 3 Vet. Bn. Lieut.

Hosp. Assist. Eddie, Assist. Surg. vice Fothergill, 54 F. 9 April 1825

12 do. Hosp. Assist. Macdonald, Assist. Surg. 92 Bt. Maj. Pilkington, from 3 Vet. Bn. vice Leich, dead 12 Jan. 1826

Capt.

8 April 1825 Lieut. Brockman, Capl. by purch. vice 93 Assist. Surg. Brady, from 1 W.LR. Lumley, prom.

28 do.

Assist. Surg. vice Raleigh, dead
Ensigu Higgins, Lieut. vice Ralston,

12 Jan. 1826 dead

15 Dec. 1825 91 Ensign Cassan, from 3 Vet. Bn. Ensign Ensign Mills, Lieut. by purch. vice

7 April 1825 Richardson, prom. 12 Jan. 1826

S. Mills, Ensign by purch. vice OsP. R. Peck, Ensign by purch. vice

borne, prom.

4 Feb. 1826 Higgins

15 Dec. 1825 95 H. E. Beville, Ensign by purch. vicc Ensign Cary, Lieut, by purch. vice

Young, 65 É.

28 Jan. Brockman

28 Jan. 1826 97 Ensign Cheney, Lieut. by purch. vice Assist. Surg. Rutledge, from 20 F.

Prior, ret.

19 do. Surg. vice O'Reilly, dead 26 do.

T. B. Hunt, Ensign

do. C. M. Caldwell, Ensign vice Gore, dead

Lieut. Kelly, from 33 F. Capt. by 12 do. purch. vice Foster, prom.

18 Feb. J. Greetham, 2d Lieut. by purch. vice 98 Lieut. Moore, from 18 F. Capt by Vandeleur, 1 Dr.

5 do.

purch. vice Wilson, prom. do. Hosp. Assist. M'Credie, Assist, Surg. 99 Lieut. Pearson, from Staff Corps, Lieut, 12 do.

12 Jan. 2d Lieut. Fitz Gerald, 1st Lieut by Rifle Brig. 2d Lieut. Saumarez, Ist Lieut. by purch.wice Temple, prom. 28 do.

purch, vice Gascoyne, prom. 28 do. E. W. Eversley, 2d Lieut. by purch.

J. B. Williams, 2d Lieut.

do. vice Vandeleur, prom.

2 Feb.

R. StaffC. 2d Lieut. Shearman, Ist Lieut. vice Capt. Coxen, from b. p. Paymast. vice

Smith, 24 F.

19 do. M'Laurin, 1 Dr. Gds.

9 do.

Gent. Cadet W. O'Brien, from R. Mil. Ensign Bower, Lieut. by purch. vice

Coll. 2d Lieut.

18 do. O'Neill, prom.

do.

R. Pitcairn, from R. Mil. Ensign Irving, from 25 F. Ensign do.

Coll. 2d Lieut.

19 do. Lieut. Col. Fearon, from 31 F. Lieut.

Quart. Mast. Serj. Kelly, Quart. Mast. Col. vice Battersby, h. p. rec. diff.

vice Gott, dead

26 do. 12 Jan.

2d Lieut. Stoddart, Ist Lieut. vice Pear. G. Duberley, Ensign by purch. vice

son, 99 F.

9 Feb. Lochmere, prom.

28 do.

Ceylon R. Assist. Surg. Macqueen, from 83 F. Ensign Young, from 95 F. Lieut. by

Surg. vice Armstrong, 1 F. 19 Jan. purch. vice Snow, prom.

do.

2d Lieut. Meaden, Ist Lieut. vice De Ensign Martin, Lieut. by purch, viee

Chair, dead

2 Feb. Dundas, prom.

do.

2d Lieut. Fellows, from h. p. 2d CeyEnsign Crompton, from 16 F. Ensign

Ion R, 1st Lieut.

3 do. do.

20 Lieut, Lord W. F. Montagu, from Ensign Smith, Licut. by purch. vice

h. p. 90 F. do.

I do. Maitland, prom.

do.

A, Grant, 2d Lieute by purch. vice
R. Walwyn, Ensign

do.
Heyland, prom.

2 do. Ensign Bernard, Lieut. by purch. vice

Ç. White, do

do. Hunter, prom.

11 Feb. L Bayly, Ensign

do.

Garrisons.
Hosp. Assist. Robertson, Assist. Surg. Lieut. Col. Doyle, h. p. 54 F. Dep. Lieut. of

12 Jan.

Tower of London, vice Yorke, dead
Ensign Williamson, Licut. by purch.

12 Jan. 1826 vice Townsend, prom.

18 Feb.

Major Gen. Sir J. Elley, K.C.B. Gov. of Galway, Capt. Lord G. Bentinck, from 2 Life

vice Lieut. Col. Daly, dead

19 do. Gds. Capt. vice Chambre, 17 Dr.

7 Jan. Ordnance Department.-Royal Artillery.
Ensign Boys, Licut. by purch. vice Ver-
non, prom

28 do.
20 Capt. Baker, from h. p. 2d Capt. vice Patten,

1 Feb. 1826
F. H. A. Forth,
Ensign

do. P. Delancey, Ensigu by purch. vice 28 Lieut. Hollingworth, Ist Lieut. vice Townsend,

6 do.

h. p. Champain, prom.

29 do Lieut. Daniell, Adj. vice Hutcheon,

Royal Engineers. res. Adj, only

2 Feb.

Gent. Cadet R. J. Nelson, 2d Lieut. 7 Jan. 1826 Lieut. Moore, from h. p. 17 Dr. Lieut.

R. Fenwick, do.

do, vice Ellis, prom.

19 Jan.
2d Capt. Piper, Capt. vice Booth

15 do. Lieut. O'Beirne, from 3 Vet. Bn. Lieut. Ist Licut. Catty, 2d Capt.

do. vice Starkie, prom. 8 April 1825 20 Lieut. Dixon, Ist Líeut.

do. Hosp. Assist. Callender, Assist. Surg. vice Mac Qucen, Ceylon Regt.

Hospital Staff 19 Jan. 1826 Dr Cartan, from 8 F. Physician 2 Feb. 1826 Ensign Brockman, Lieut. by purch. Hosp. Assist. M.Math, Assist. Surg. 12 Jan. vice Byng, prom. 28 do. Hosp. Assist. Benza, Assist. Surg.

26 do. G. B. Belcher, Ensign do. S. Dickson, Hosp. Assist.

22 Dec. 1825 Lieut. and Adj. Bowes, Capt. vice J. Robertson, do.

29 do. Mountgarret, dead 23 Aug. 1825 M. Stewart, do.

3 Jan. 1826

10 do. Lieut. Sweeny, from 3 Vet. Bn. Lieut. W. C. Humfrey, do. vice Christian, 27 F. 8 April T. F. Downing, do.

26 do.

25 do. Ensign De L'Etang, do. vice Bowes W. T. Rankini, do. 12 Nov J. Mackenzie, do.

2 Feb.

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Unattached.

Major Boulger, late of 2 Vet. Bn.

Capt. Macdougall, 1 F. To be Majors of Infantry by purchase. Matthews, 38 F. Capt. Lumley, from 55 F.

28 Jan. 1826

Magill, 38 F.
Wildman, from 7 Dr.

Dottin, h. p. Indep.

11 Feb. Forster, from 97 F.

Goldicutt, h. p. : Ceylon Reg.

18 do. Wilson, from 98 F.

do.

D'Arcy, h. p. 4 Irish Brigade

Hon. H. Turton, h. p. 100 F. To be Captains of Infantry by purchase. Ridsdale, h. p. Indep.

Pickering, late of 8 Vet. Bn. Lieut. Cunynghame, from 13 Dr. 28 Jan. 1826

Duft, h. p. 109 F.
Temple, from 60 F,

do.

Sterling, h. p. 16 F.
Gascoyne, from Rifle Brigade

Byng, h. p. 91 F.
Semple, from 35 F.

do.

Tobin, b. p. 127 F.
Maitland, from 68 F.

Fairman, h. p. 1 Ceylon Reg.
Vernon, from 75 F.

M'Arthur, h. p. 91 F.
Moorsom, from 7 F.

Salvin, h. p. 1F.
Dundas, from 65 F.

Walsh, h. p. 2 Irish Brigade
Byng, from 85 F.

Coffin, h. p. 15 F.
Henley, from 16 F,

Dyas, h. p. 2 Ceylon Regt.
Meade, from 51 F.

4 Feb.

Campbell, h. p. 94 F.
O'Neill, from 61 F.

do.

Burrowes, h. p. 36 F.
Hunter, from 68 F.

do.
Richardson, from 4 Dr.

Blake, h. p. Indep

do. Sydney, from 1 Lise Gds.

Pigott, h. p. 82 E.

18 do. Bird, from Cape Corps Cav.

Lieut. Sarjeant, 87 F:

do. Campbell, from 24 F.

Prior, 97 F.

do.
Hon. J. St. Clair, from Gren. Gds. do.

Lyster, h. p. 100 1.
Earl of Hopetoun, from 7 Dr.

35 F.
đó.

Wyatt, h.
Baker, from 14 Dr.

Goodwin, h.
do.

P.
Townsend, from 73 F.

do.

Lewis, h. p. 50 F.

Robinson, h. p. 25 F, To be Lieutenants of Infantry by purchase.

Hunt, h. p. York Rang. 2d Licut. Ainslie, from Rifle Brigade

Hughes, h. p. 36 F,

Place, h. p. 15 F,

28 Jan. 1826 Ensign Champain, from 75 F.

Luttrell, h. p. 51 E, do.

Cornet Douglas, h. p. 14 Dr. Ensign Delancey, from 16 F.

do

Ensign Burnet, h. p. 37 F. Ensign Gordon, from 5 F.

do. 20 Lieut. Evelegh, from 21 F.

Ensign Dillon, h. p. 47 F. Ensign Lechmere, from 64 F.

do.

Superseded. Cornet Lord A. Conyngham, from R. Horse Gds.

do.

Ensign Whalley, 27 F. Ensign St. Quintin, from 22 F.

do. Assistant Surgeon Renwick, 94 F. Ensign Price, from 78 F.

18 Feb. Veterinary Surgeon Ryding, 5 Dr. Gds. To be Ensigns by purhcase.

Appointments Cancclled. W. Dawson

28 Jan. 1826 Lieut. Farmer, 15 F. C. Thompson

do.

Paymaster Kent, 1 W. I. R. W. Cooper

do. Exchanges.

Deaths. Lieut. Col. Rolt, from 2 F. with Lieut. Col. Place, Colonel B. Count O'Mahony, late Irish Brigade

16 May 1825 Ogilvie, from 20 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Col. Hon. A. De Roos, h. p. late 19 D. Lieut. Col. Thomas, h. p.

Assistant Secretary to H. R. H. the CommanBt, Lieut. Col. Sir D. Hill, from 95 F. rec. diff. der in Chief, I.ondon

23 Feb. 1826 with Major Taylor, h. p.

• Booth, R. Invalid Engineers, Bristol Major Taylor, from 6 F. with Major Algeo, 67 F.

11 Jan. Holgate, from 22 F. with Major Clayton,

Beare, Cork City Mil. h. p. 40 F.

Major Magra, h. p. 88 F. London

Feb. Capt. Kelly, from 1 Dr. rec. dift. with Capt. Clive, Major Wood, h, p. 71 do.

8 do h. p.

Capt. Tench, 33 F. Port Royal, Jamaica
Wyndowe, from 1 Dr. with Capt. Everard,

16 Nov. 1825 Capt. Borrowes, 41 F. Calcutta

18 Aug. Stampa, from 60 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Capt. Wm, Stewart, Retired Invalids, Homerton Hon. H. M. Upton, h. P:

2 Jan. 1886 Straith, from 61 f. with Capt. Darroch, h. p. Capt. Grant, n. p. 63 F. Chelsea

26 do. Steuart, from 91 F. with Capt. Groeme, h.p. Lieut. Williamson, 1 F. Rangoon 16 April 1825 Madden, from 92 F. with Capt. Hon, J.

Horner, 14 F. Sinclair, h. p.

Clandinin, 35 F. Port Royal, Jamaica Lieut. Wells, from 10 Dr. rec, diff. with Lieut.

29 Oct Nicholson, h. p.

Russell, 41 F.
Shea, from 4 F. with Lieut. Mason, h. p.

De Chair, Ceylon Reg. Isle of Man
Stoddart, from 34 F. with Lieut. Lynam,

23 Jan. 1896 54 F.

Donovan, h. p. 60 F.

-9 de Warren, from 53 F. with Lieut. Lang, Thomson, h. p. 82 F. Edinburgh h. p. 37 F.

Ashton, h. p. 85 F. Carnarvon
Matthews, from 59 F. with Lieut. Sweeny,

9 June 1895 h. p. 62 F.

MÇ'artie, he p. 90 F. Ireland 19 Oct. Freame, from 77 F. with Lieut. Persse,

Nightingale, Cambridge Mil. Walworth h. p. 58 F.

31 Jan. 186 Desbarres, from 87 F. with Lieut. Hey- 2d Lieut. Briscoe, R. Art. Jamaica 8 Nov. 1865 land, h.p.

Corn. & Torrens, 2 F. Bombay 9 Sep! Bagshaw, from 89 F. with Lieut. Palmer, Ensigns ) Wilson, 30 F. Secunderabad, Madras h. p. 23 Dr.

15 Aug Assist. Surg. Fisher, from 63 F. with Assist. Surg.

Ford, 69 F. Fort St. George 10 Oct. Riach, h. p. 19 Dr.

Nickson, late 1 R. Vet. Bn.

19 Jan, 1826 Resignations and Retirements.

Martin, h. p. 6 Dr. Gds. Colonel Brown, h. p. 96 F.

Nightingale, h. p. 23 F. Letcombe Lieut. Col. Mathewes, h. p. Indep.

Cottage, Wantage
Bird, h. p. 99 F.

Molyneux, h. Waggon Train
Leggatt, h. p. 101 P.

h. po

h. P:

ŠI Sept.

do.

Chaplain Newburgh, h. p. Belleisle Garrison

Unattached. 31 Dec. 1825 Adjutant Would, (Lieut.) 56 F. on passage from To be Licut. Col. of Infantry by purchase. Mauritius

12 do. Adjutant Brande, (Cornet) 3 Huss. Ger. Leg. Nord- Major Higgins, from 13 Dr. 25 Feb. 1826

heim, Hanover Quart. Mast. Johnston, 67 F. Poona 6 do. To be Major of Infantry by purchase. Quart. Mast. Gott, R, Staff Corps Quart. Mast. Herring, Ret. Full-pay 71 F. Beth

Capt. Lord G. Bentinck, from 75 F. nal Green 29 Dec. 1825

25 Feb. 1826 Quart. Mast. Ashton, h. p. Ayr Fenc. Cav.

23 Jan. 1826

To be Captains of Infantry by purchase. Medical Department.

Lieut. Malet, from 8 Dr.

25 Feb. 1825 Lieut. C. A. Campbell, from 31 F.

do Staff Surg. Hen. Glasse, M.D. h. p. Droxford, Lieut. Moore, from 8C F.

4 March Hants

7 Jan. 1826. Lieut. Langmead. from 44 F. Staff Assist. Surg. Morgan

Licut. Ruxton, from 31 F.

do. Assist. Surg. Lange, 2 Lieut. Dr. Ger. Leg. Papenburg, Hanover

27 do. To be Lieut. of Infantry by purhcase. Ensign May, from 29 F.

25 Feb. 1826 4 Dr. Lieut. Ainslie, fron h. p. Lieut. vice Lewis, exch. rec. diff. 29 Jan. 1826

To be Ensigns by purchase. 8 Cornet Wodehouse, Lieut. by purch. vice Malet, prom. 25 Feb. W. 0. Atkinson

4 March 1826 Francis Macnamara, Cornet do. R. Bolton

do. 14 Cornet Maxwell, Lieut. by parch. vice J. H. Mathews

do Baker, proin.

18 do. Charles Abbott, Cornet

Exchange.

do. 29 F. W. W. Drake, Ensign by purch. vice Lieut. Lewis, from 4 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. May, prom.

25 do.

Ainslie, h. p. 31 Ensign Evans, Lieut. by purch. vice Campbell, prom.

do.

Resignations and Retirements.
T. Pearson, Ensign

do. 55 S. P. Barnes, Ensign by purch. yiee

Lieut. COL Ralph, h. p. York Fuzileers
Mills, prom.

19 Jan. Lieut. Col. Stanser, Royal Marines 71 Ensign Dalton Lieut. by purch. vice

Capt. O Sullivan, h. p Irish Brigade
Woodward, 38 F.

9 Feb. Capt. Milbanke, h. p. 47.F.
H. T. Beresford, Ensign

do. Capt. M. of Westmeath, h. p. 3 F. 78 G. Thompson, Ensign by purch. vice

Capt. Lombard, h. p. 94 F.
Price, prom.

18 do Capt. M'Gregor, h. p. Port. Serv.

Capt. Welch, So. Gloster Mil.
Unattached.

Lieut. Hartford, h. p. 66 F.
Major Higgins, from 13 Dr. Lieut. Col. of Inf. by

Ensign Biggar, h. p 15 F. purch. vice Stanser, ret.

25 Feb.

Ensign Gordon, h. p. 25 F. Capt. Lord George Bentinck, from 75 F. Major

Ensign Murphy, h. p. 4 Irish Brigate of Inf. by purch.

do. Lieut. Malet, from 8 Dr. Capt. of Inf, by purch.

Deaths.

d General Hon. W. Stapleton, Douglas Lieut. Campbell, from 31 F. Capt. by purch. do.

5 March 1826 Ensign May, from 29 F. Lieut. of Ini, by pur, do Lieut. Col. Tryon, hr. p. 88 F. Cheshire 16 do. Retirements. Capt. Robert Barrowes, 4 Dr. Cambay, Bombay

29 Sept. 1825 Lieut. Col. Stanser, Royal Marines

Capt. Bireh, 38 F. India

Sept. Brevet Lieut. Col. Gore, h. p. R. York Fuzileers Capt. Fawson, h. p. 59 F.

14 Feb. 1826 Capt. Milbanke, h. p. 47 F.

Lieut. Robert Maxwell, 11 Dr. Meerut Capt. O'Sullivan, h. p. 4 Irish Brigade

27 Aug. 1825 Lieut. Hartford, h. p. 66 F.

Bichner, 1 F. India

Aug. Torrens, 58 F. India

Sept.

Fenton, 54 F. on board the Indiana Hos. 8 Dr. Cornet Wodehouse, Lieut. by purch. pital Ship, at Arracan, Kingdom of Ava vice Malet, prom.

25 Feb. 1826 F. Mac Namara, Cornet

Close, 86 P. found drowned in Ireland it

Cornet Maxwell, Lieut. by purch. vice Graham, R. Afr. Col. Corps, St. Mary's
Baker, prom.

18 do.
River, Gambia

26 Oct. C. Abbott, Cornet

do.

Foss, R. Afr. Col. Corps Sierra Leone 29 F. W. W. Drake, Ensign by purch. vice

29 Sept. May, prom.

25 do.

-Gualy, h. p. Queen's German Reg. 9 Nov. 31 Ensign Evans, Lieut. by purch. vice

Paterson, I Vet. Bn. Galway 23 Jan. 1826 c. A. Campbell, prom.

do.

Elliott, of late 2 Vet. Bn.
T. Pearson, Ensign

do.
Brisac, h. p. 30 P. Lisbon

Feb. 53 Lieut. Burn, from 2. Vet. Comp. Lieut.

Robbius, h. p. 44 F. Dublin 18 Jan. 8 April 1825

Codd, h. p. 66 F. Dankirk 28 Dec. 1825 55 S. P. Bonnes, Ensign by purch. vice

Sir H. M Lean, Bt. h. p. 100 F.
Mills, prorn.

19 Jan. 1826

Von Bibra, h. p. Corsican Rang. drowned
R. Allen, Ensign by purch, vice Carey, in Van Diernan's Land
prom.

4 March
Bisset, h. p. 90 F. Nantes

12 Sept. 71 Ensign Dalton, Lieut. by purch. vice Ensign Ussher, 14 F. Fort William, Bengal Woodward, 38 F. 9 Feb.

21 July H. T. Beresford, Ensign

do.

Ensign Thompson, of late 3 Vet. Bn. Edinburgh 78 G. Thompson, Ensign by purch. vice

27 Feb. 1826. Price, prom.

18 do.

Adjutant Lieut. Gledstånes, 44 F. on board the Ordnance Department-Royal Engineers.

Hospital Ship at Arracan, Kingdom of Ava

15 Aug. 1825 2d Lieut. Larcom, Ist Lieut. vice Elliot

Ensign Bruno, h. p. Corsican Rang. Naples 9 Feb. 1826

23 Jan. 1826 Gent. Cadet G. Burgman, 2d Lieut. 5 March Apothecary Bell, h. p. Bellville, Co. Down 23 do. E, Aldrich, do do.

Walworth
Deputy Purveyor G. F. Mucklow, h. p.
R. N. Buli, do
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28 Feb.

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Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. N.3.–The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock forenoon and four o'clock after

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sw.

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT. Soon after the date of our last, sowing of oats commenced in the early districts; the operation was performed with difficulty, by reason of continued high winds. Beans were all got in on coarse lands by the 20th, and oats before the end of March. In the higher districts, sowing of oats is yet scarcely over. The soil is in general so dry. as to prevent a regular braird on stubborn lands. Beans and pease appear above ground. Planting of potatoes has commenced in the lower districts; and preparing ground for that valuable root is going fast forward.

The depth of rain since the date of our last does not amount to half an inch. The temperature, with the exception of a few days in the end of March, has been mild; and on lands in good condition, wheat has a fine appearance; on light lands, the foliage is somewhat yellow. Young grass is in a forward state, and clover plants have stood the winter well. Prices of grain have improved a little since the middle of last month. Wheat sells freely at from 29s. to 31s. Od. old measure. Oats have advanced is. to 13. 6d. per boll; and pease are more easily sold. The scarcity of potatoes has kept up the price for seed of that article. Hay has fallen two-pence per stone in price since our last.

The Spring markets have been well supplied with horses. Draught horses brought prices nearly as high as last Spring Horses for harness or the saddle felt no depression in price. Milch cows are a shade higher than at the end of Autumn: fat beasts have paid little for their Winter keep : lean stock meet a dull sale, and prices rather looking down, but grass parks let quite as high as last year. Vegetation is rather more forward than usual at the same period of the season. The season for planting deciduous forest trees, oaks excepted, was over by the 7th of the present month. A great breadth has this year been laid under forest trees, but the boisterous winds towards the end of March were unfavourable to the operation of planting.

Perthshire, 13th April 1826.
VOL. XVIII.

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