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Serj. Maj. Hutchins, Adj. and Ensign 31 F. Ensign Wetenhall, Lieut. by purch. vice Fenton, prom. 13 Sept. 1825

vice Ruxton, prom. 16 March 1826 Hosp. Assist. John Robertson, Assist.

J. C. Stoek, Ensign vice Minchin, 38 F. Surg. vice Mouat, 16 Dr.

23 do. 13 March 1826 32 Lieut. Hon. A. Harley, from 87 F. 2d Lieut. C. White, from Ceylon R.

Lieut. vice Bowles, 26 F.

8 April Ensign vice Pearson, dead

13 April

33 W. S. Norton, Ensign by purch. vice Ensign Budd, Lieut. by purch. vice

Talbot, 43 F.

de. White, 52 F.

16 March 34 Lieut. Weyland, from 1 Vet. Bn. Lieut. Lieut. Moir, from h. p. 37 F. Lieut.

8 April 1825 vice Cain, 3 F.

27 do.

S. R. Streatfield, Ensign by purch. rice Lieut. Dewson, from 3 Vet. Bn. Lieut.

Hughes, prom:

8 April 1826 vice Humphry, prom. 9 April 1825

W. W. Abney, Ensign by purch. vie Ensign Elliott, from I do. Ensign 7 do.

Streatfield, 52 F.

2- do J. Hay, Adj. and Ensign vice Bannis- 35 Cornet Hall, from h. p.21 Dr. Ensign, ter, prom. 16 Feb. 1826

pay. diff. vice Walsh, 3 F. 30 March Ensign Radyerd, Lieut. by purch. vice

T. Faris, do. by purch, vice Hall, prom. Barton, proin. 22 April

8 April C. W. Hird, Ensign

do.

Lieut. Buchanan, from h. p. York Ran. 2d Lieut. Kellett, from h. p. 24 F. En.

Lieut.

6 do sign vice Prettejohn, 53 F. 31 March 36 Lieut. Cocker, Capt. by purch vice T. Douglass, Ensign by purch. vice

Gilbert, ret.

8 do. Kellett, prom.

22 April

Ensign Hon. F. Petre, Lieut. do. Ensign Hudson, from 2 Vet. Bn. En

J. P. Taylor, Ensign

do. sign

7 do.

Lieut. Shenley, Adj. viee Roberts, res. Ensign Dunne, Lieut. by purch. vice

Adj. only

9 March Moore, 98 F.

2 March

Ensign Hay, from 82 F. Ensign vice
F. Wigston, Ensign

16 do.
Wake, prom.

$2 April
Assist. Surg. Lewis, from 3 Vet. Bn. 38 Lieut. Law, Capt. vice Birch, dead
Assist. Surg:
25 do.

9 Sept. 1825 Lieut. Vignoles, Capt. by purch. vice

Ensign Minchin, from 31 F. Lieut. do. Farquharson, prom. 8 April

Ensign Lowth, Lieut. vice Torrens,
Ensign Michel, Lieut.

do.
dead

11 do. Ensign Elliott, from 2 Vet. Bn. Ensign

T. Jenkins, Ensign vice Maclean, can7 April 1825

celled

2 March 1826 S. R. Delme, Ensign by purch.

A. Whittle, Ensign vice Lowth 23 do. 8 April 1826 39 Ensign Loraine, Lieut. by purch. vice Ensign M Dermott, Lieut. vice Moore,

Hall, 7 F.

8 April 15 F.

23 Feb.

Ensign Douglas, from 3 Vet. Bn. EnF. H. Stephens, Ensign by purch. do.

sign

7 April 1825 2d Lieut. Pentland, 1st Lieut. by purch.

Gent. Cadet C. B. Lloyd, from R. Mil. vice Bigge, prom.

8 April
Coll. Ensign

8 April 1826 Hon. J. Sinclair, 2d Lieut.

do.
40

Hosp. Assist. Mackenzie, Assist. Surg.
Capt. Hon. G. Cathcart, from 7 Dr.

12 do Maj. by purch. vice Clayton, prom.

41

Capt. Corfield, from 77 F. Capt, vice do. Borrowes, dead

23 March Ensign Boileau, from 2 Vet. Bn. En.

2d Lieut. Hay, from 60 F. Lieut. by sign 7 April 1825

purch. vice Versturme, prom. 8 April Lieut. Sloone, Capt. by purch. vice St.

Ensign Inglis, from 54 F. Lieut. by George, ret. 8 April 1896 purch. vice Gray, ret.

22 do. 28 Lieut. Losh, 1st Lieut.

do. 42

Capt. Brander, Maj. by purch. více
C. Crutchley, 2d Lieut.

do.
Cowell, ret.

8 do. Ensign Cunynghame, Lieut. by purch.

Lieut. Campbell, Capt.

do, vice Smyth, prom.

do.
Ensign Hill, Lieut.

do. Ensign Alcock, Ensign

do.
C. Campbell, Ensign

do. Ensign Spalding, Lieut. vice Paschal,

Hosp. Assist. M'Gregor, Assist. Surg. 77 . 30 March

12 do. Ensign Elderton, Lieut. by purch. vice 45 Ensign Freer, Lieut. by purch. vice Poulden, prom.

8 April
Gosselin, prom.

8 do. J. O'Donnell, Ensign by purch. vice

Ensign Talbot, from 33 F. Ensign do. Irving, 61 F.

16 March

Ensign Mathias, Lieut. vice Glelstanes,
M. C. Seton, Ensign

30 do.
dead

16 Aug. 1825 Lieut. Dixon, from 3 F. Gds. Capt. by

Ensign Clarke, from 4 F. Lieut. by purch. vice Burgh, ret.

8 April

purch. vice Langmead, prom. Lieut. Bowles, from 32 F. Capt. by

4 March 1826 purch. vice Beetham, prom. do.

J. D. Young, Ensign 16 Aug. 1825 Lieut. Frazer, from 1 Vet. Bn. Lieut.

Ensign Browne, from 13 F. Lieut. by 7 April 1825

purch. vice Hawkins, 89 F, Lieut. Thomas, from 54 F. Lieut. vice

13 April 1826 Pigott, 90 F.

13 April 1826 45 Ensign Du Vernot, Lieut. by purch. Ensign Maclean, Lieut. by purch. vice

vice Geddes, prom.

8 do Dutton, ret.

30 March

G. H. Clarke, Ensign by purch. do. Ensign Goodman, Lieut. by purch. vice

A. M. Tulloch, Ensign by purch. vice
D'Urban, prom.

8 April
Lewis, 89 F.

9 do. Ensign Bolton, from h. p. Ensign vice 46 Capt. Martin, from 3 Vet. Bn. Capt. Tew, 2 W. I. R.

24 March

vice Miller, 24 F. 8 April 1825 Capt. Raymond, from h. p. 40 F. Pay.

Lieut. Bruce, from 1 Vet. Bn. Lieut. mast. vice Crowe, h. p.

9 do.
vice Gleeson, 90 F.

do. T. Grove, Ensign by purch. 13 April

Lieut. Antrobus, from h. p. 13 F.
Ensign Calcraft, Lieut. by purch. vice

Lieut. vice Ashhurst, 3 F
Berkeley, prom.
22 do.

27arch 1896 J. Every, Ensign by purch. vice Sulli.

C. W. St. J. Wall, Ensigu by purch. van, prom.

21 do.
vice Legh, prom.

8 April F. P. Trapaud, Ensign

22 do.

18 Major Taylor, Lieut. Col. vice Erskine, Lieut. Lucas, Capt. by purch. vice

dead

8 June 1825 Deedes, 75 F.

do.

Brevet Maj. Morisset, Maj. da
Ensign Sheppard, Lieut.

do.
Lieut. Reed, Capt.

do. A. Hathorn, Ensign

do.

Lieut. Griffiths, from 2 Vet. Bn. Lieut. T. R. Burrowes, Ensign vice Wilson,

vice Smith, 60 F.

10 April
dead
16 Aug. 1825

Ensign M'Cleverty, do. Vice Reed
Ensign Marechaux, Lieut. vice Gregg,

26 Aug
dead
6 April 1826

Ensign Bell, do. vice Vincent, dead E. R. Gregg, Ensign

23

24

25

26

28

29

30

23 March 1896

do.

48 F. 49

50

51

53

55

J. A. Erskine, Ensign 23 March 1826 65 F. Lieut. Cochrane, from 1 Vet. Bn. Licut.
Ensign Vincent, Lieut. by purch, vice

8 April 1825 Grubbe, prom.

8 April

Ensign Hon. H. B. Grey, Lieut by
Lieut. de Lisle, Capt. by purch. vice

purch. vice Hunt, prom.
Campbell, prom.
22 do.

13 April 1826 Ensign Keating, Lieut.

do.

Ensign Wise, Lieut. by purch. vice
C. 'Tyssen, Ensign

8 do
Ainsinck, prom.

22 do. Capt. Anderson, Maj. by purch. vice

Lieut. Palmer, from 89 F. Lieut. by Campbell, ret.

do.

purch, vice Mackay, h. p. 3 W.I.R. Lieut. Greenwood, Capt. do.

do Ensign Baxter, Licut.

do.
E. St. V. Digby, Ensign

13 do. Ensign Isham, Lieut. by purch. vice

F. P. O'Reilly, Ensign

22 do. Estridge, prom.

2 do. 66 Serj. Maj, Steele, from Gren. Gds. Adj, C. T. Vandeleur, Ensign

do.

and Ensign vice Nowlan, Ceylon R. Capt. Moorsom, from h. p. Capt. pay.

23 March ing diff. vice Monins, 69 F. 8 do. 67 R. A. Gossett, Ensign viee Warrington. Lieut. Wilson, from 13 F. Lieut. vicc

6F.

2 do, Morshead, 5 F.

27 March

Quart. Mast. Serj. W. Mew, Quart. Ensign Hughes, from h. p. Ensign rice

Mast. vice Johnstone, dead 16 Feb. Carr, 3 F.

29 do.

69 Capt. Monins, from 52 F. Capt. vice Ensign Cockcraft, Lieut. by purch, vice

Silver, h. p. rec. diff.

8 April King, prom.

22 April

H.'B. Bennett, Ensign vice Ford, dead Ensign Streatfield, from 34 F. Ensign

2 March do.

70 Lieut. Fleeson, from 1 Vet. Bn. Lieut. Ensign Prettejohn, from 16 F. Ensign

8 April 1825 vice Wheatstone, 3 F. 31 March

Quart. Mast. Serj. Wilson, Quart. Mast. Lieut. Wheatstone, from 3 F. Lieut.

vice Norman, dead 13 April 1826 vice Bremer, h. p. 60 F.

15 April

71 F. Dolson, Ensign by purch. vice Lieut. Wells, from 2 Vet. Bn. Lieut

Strangways, 7 F.

5 do. vice Dalgety, 70 F. 9 April 1825

G. M. Stack, Ensign by purch. vice Ensign Clirke, do. vice Fenton, dead

Hay, 7 F.

6 do. 16 do. 73 Brevet

Maj. Owen, Maj. by purch. vice
Ensign Bayley, Ensign

do.
Bamford, ret.

8 do. Ensign Burton, Lieut. by purch. vice

Lieut. Smith, Capt.

do. Crofton, ret. 19 April 1826

Ensign Pickney, Lieut.

do. Lieut. Tincombe, from h. p. 30 F. do.

D. Daly, Ensign by purch. vice - Wilvice Thomas, 26 F.

13 do.
liamson, prom.

i7 do. c. DaintryEnsign by purch., vice

€. H. Colston, Ensign

8 do. Inglis, 4f'F.

22 74

Capt. Harold, from 2 Vet. Bn. Capt. D. L Fawsett, Ensign by purch. vice

8 April 1825 Allen, cancelled

6 do.

Ensign M•Nabb, from h. p. 49 F. En-
Ensign Hunt, Lieut. by purch. vice

sign vice Kearnes, 2 W. I. R.
Murray, prom.
8 do.

3 March 1826 W. Croke, Ensign

do.

75 Lieut. Salmon, Capt. by purch. vice Lieut. Vicars, Capt. by purch. vice

Lord G. Bentinck, prom.

9 do. Webster, prom,

22 do.
Ensign Davison, Lieut.

do. Ensign Keating, Lieut. by purch. vice

Ensign Graham, Lieut. by purch. vice
Keating, prom.

9 do.
Browne, prom.

8 April Ensign Hogg, do.

22 do.

Gent. Cadet G. W. D. O'Hara, from J. F. Alymer, Ensign

9 do.

R. Mil. Coll. Ensign by purch. Ensign Keating, from 54 F. do. 22 do.

9 March Lieut. Arnold, from 2 Vet. Bn. Lieut.

E. C. Ansell, Ensign vice Ferguson, vice Leslie, 12 F. 8 April 1825

dead

10 do. Ensign Fuller, Lieut. by purch. vice

H. Boys, Ensign by purch. 8 April Amherst, prom. 8 April 1826

Capt. Atkins, Maj. by purch. vice MC
R. B. Yates, Ensign

do.
Adam, prom.

22 do. Brevet Maj. Fawcett, from 1 Vet. Bn.

Capt. Deedes, from 29 F. Capt.

do. Capt. 9 April 1825

Ensign Hon. R. Preston, Lieut. by 2d Lieut. Gibbons, 1st Lieut. by purch.

purch. vice Hall, prom.

do. vice Smith, prom. 8 April 1826 A. Jardine, Ensign

do. G. Bulmer, 2d Lieut.

do. 77 Lieut. Paschal, from 25 F. Capt. vice J. R. Peyton, do. by purch. vicc Mason,

Corfield, 41 F.

23 March prom.

9 do.

Lieut. Butler, from 2 Vet. Bn. Lieut. W. R. Faber, do. by purch. vice

8 April 1825 Browne, 85 €.

10 do. 78

Capt. Mill, Maj. by purch. vice MacW. F. Harvey, do. vice O'Meara, 2

pherson, ret.

8 April 1826 W.I.R.

11 do.
Lieut. Hemmans, Capt.

do. C. 0. Leman, do, by purch. vice Bell,

Ensign Holyoake, Lieut.

do. 64 F.

12 do.

Assist. Surg. Henderson, Surg. vice Ensign Barlow, Lieut. by purch. vice

Bolton, h. p.

23 March Coghlan, prom.

8 do.

Hosp. Assist. Duncan, Assist. Surg, G. Ruddle, Ensign do.

23 Feb. Capt. Stewart, from 2 Vet. Bn. Capt.

F. Montgomery, Ensign by purch. 8 April 1825

13 April Lieut. Allt, frem 3 Vet. Bn. Lieut. vice

Hosp. Assist. Thomson, Assist. Surg. Pennefather, prom. do.

do. Ensign Ward, do. by purch. vice Doyle, 79 Ensign Crombie, Lieut. by purch.

vice prorn. 8 April 1826 Maule, prom.

8 do. J. L. Smith, Ensign by purch. do.

Ensign Fulton, Lieut, by purch. vice Ensign Murray, Lieuti by purch. vice

Townshend, prom.

9 do. Boates, prom.

do.
R. Binney, Ensign

8 do. 2d Lieut. Bell, from 60 F. Ensign do.

C. Cameron, Ensign

9 do. 1826.

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CORN MARKETS.

Edinburgh.

Wheat.

Oatmeal. 1826.

B.& P.Meal
Barley Oats.

Quar. Potat.
Pease.

1826.
Bis. Prices. Av.pr.

Loaf. p.peck

Sacks. Stone Sacks. Stone. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s.d. s. d. s. d. s. d.ll s. d. S. d.

S. 8. 1 s. d. SS. Ap. 19 505 28 0 346 32 4 210 28 0 18 0 23 0 18 0 20 0 0 9 0 10 Ap. 18 37 401 2 2 30 0 1 10

26 502 29 0 34 6 32 3 20 0 28 0 18 0 23 0 180 20 0 | 0 9 0 10 25||37 40 2 2 30 0 1 10 May 646 28 0 34 0 30 10 20 0 24 0 170 210 170 20 0 | 0 9 0 10 May 21 35 37 2 0 128 0

10 759 25 6 31 6 28 6 20 0 26 6 160 210 170 186|| 0 9 0 10 9|34 36 2 0 ||28 0 1 8 17) 534 250 32 01 28 8180 23 01170 21 0 170 19 0 0 9 0 10 16||35 371 2 0 1|28 0 18

Glasgow.

April 19

Wheat, 240 lbs.

Oats, 264 lbs.
Barley, 320 lbs.

Bus.& Pse. Oatmeal Flour, 1826. Dantzic. For. red. British. Irish. Scottish. Irish.

140 lbs.
Stirl. Meas.
Scots.

280 lbs.
s. des.d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s.d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. & d. s. d. s. d.
131 0 35 0 18 0 20 6

23 0 250 23 0 280 210 226 180 20 0 48 50 26 310 33 0 18 0 20 0

- 230 280|| 210 230 18 0 20 0 48 50 May 3 31 0 33 01|18 0 20 0

23 0 28 0|| 21 0 230 180 200 48 50 10 30 0 32 018 0 20 6

1230 270|| 210 230 180 200|| 18 50 171 310 32 0 190 206

220 240 250 260|| 21 0 23 0 180 20 oli 48 50

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S. d. i8 0 260 16 0 22 0 150 180 150 180 April 17 16 9 18 0 24 0 15 0 21 6 15 0 18 0 15 0 19 6

24 17 3 170 24 0 150 200 140 180 140 18 6 May 1 169 150 200 14 0 19 0 14 0 18 0 14 0 180

8 16 0 180 24 0 15 0 21 6 160 200 160 2001 151 16 3

176
18 0
173
169
169

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London.

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8. S. S. S. S. April 17 44 72 34 10 24 36

24 44 72 34 40 24 34 May 11 44 71 30 31 22 32

8 10 60 28 32 21 31 15 40 66 28 32 22 32

Oats.
Beans.

Pease.
Flour, 280 lb-i Quar.

Loaf.
Fd& Pol Potat.|| Pigeon. Tick. Boiling. Grey. Fine. 2d.
S. $.
S. S. S. S.
S. S. S. S.S.

d. 28 29 33|| 40 44 32 37 42 46 38 40||53 55 42 50

22 32 40 44 52 37| 42 45 38 90||54 58 45 53

121 31 40 44 52 37 42 44 39 41||52 55 42 50 9 19 20 30|| 39 43 132 41 43 38 40 50 55 42 46 20 28 32|| 40 44 133 41 13 39 41 50 55 42 46 9

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Whl. Rye. Barley Oats. Bcans. Pease. Oatm.

S. d. 8. d. S. d. S. d. s, d. s. ds. d. April 860 4 37 8 32 10 94 0 36 0 39 11 15 61 2 36 11 33 6 24 3 38 1) 38 11

39 91 32 11 24 7 58 5 39 11 29 62 8 36 6 32 4 25 1 58 10 40 8 May

6) 02 3 36 21 31 0 24 11 39 71 38 11

29 61 1

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock forenoon and four o'clock afternoon.-The second Observation, in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

1826.

Ther. Baro.

Attach.

Wind. Weather.
Ther.

Attach. Wind.

1826.

Weather.

Ther. Baro. Ther.

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20 M.59

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NW.
.675 A. 18 S
.684 M.49
.888 A. 49
.606 M.49
,570 A. 50

showers.
.492 M.50

.535 A.51 M.40

.340 M.52 A. 16

„514 A.59
M.394 596 M.50

NW.
A.46

.631 A. 50 S
M.44

.572 M.54
A.50

,570 A. 54
M.36
.281 M.54

NW.

A. 47
M.36 29.275 M.50
A. 41

.373 A. 18
M.36 28.999 M.54
A.50

.950 A. 49

7

8

NW.
Dull, cold,

M.33 29.820 M.19 Fair, with

Apr. 16
rain night.

1. 46
.925 A. 50

sunshine. Rain morn.

M.54;
.960 M.51

Ditto, and day fair.

NW.
.926 A. 50

cold.
Dull, but
NW.

M.35.892 M.49

(Forn. sunsh. fresh, fair.

SW. .710 A. 49

aftern. dull.
NW.
Cold, flying

M.40
.606 M.50

SW.

Fair, with A. 49 .634 A, 50

sunshine. NW. Ditto.

.615 M.54

Forn, warm, A. 54

SW. .440 A.57

aftern. cold. NW. Shwrs, rain

M.35 21

.251 M.50 afternoon.

Morn. frost,

NW.
A. 55
.356|A.55

day fair.
Fair, cold,

ge
M.42
.282 M.55

Dull, with

SW.
foren. sunsh.
A. 51 .316 4.50

Lying shwrs.
N.
Ditto.

.505 M.50

NW.

Day sunsh. A. 45 .466/A. 51

rain night. Foren. fair,

M.31
24
.504 M.50

Aftern, hail, rain aftern.

Cble.

A.43 .599 A. 50 night snow.
NW.
Aftern. hail

.619 M.46

Frost. morn. and rain.

Cble. {\A. 41 .635 A. 46

day dull cold. Cble. Rain, thun.

.414 M.16

Ditto & light. hail

Cble,

A.43 .350 A. 46
Cble. Ditto.

M.30 .196 M.41

N.

Hail, snow, A. 32 .512 A. 40

sleet, frost ev M.26 28S

.661 M. 40 shwrs. rain.

N. Keen frost. A. 34

.719 A, 41 sw. Dull, cold,

.796 M.43

Frost mom, shwrs, rain.

A. 38
.846 A. 46

Cble.

day sunsh. NW. Frost morn.

.934 M.47

Ditto, snow rain aftern.

NE. .996 A. 48

on hills.

23 S M.34

9

A.51 28.9

25 S M.29

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26 S M.309

12

.692 M.49

13.

Cble. Dull, with

M.39

.892

M.51
A. 46 29.539 1.50
M.32;
A. 45 .639

A. 49
M.32

.552

M.50
A.50 .755

A. 50
.776

M.50
A. 47

14{

15 M.33

29 ) M.29;
20] M.30)

A. 42

.734 A.50

Average of rain, 1.257.

braird appears.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT. THE weather continued extremely dry towards the end of April ; the hills were covered with snow ; and in the lower districts the mercury frequently fell below the freezing point during the night. Hoar frosts at night, with hot sunshine through the day, have been frequent since the commencement of the present month. The amount of rain since our last does not exceed 7-10ths of an inch, and the ground is exceed. ingly dry, and vegetation rather languid. On rich clay-lands wheat maintains a healthy appearance ; on all dry, black lands, the plants suffer severely; and as the ear is now formed, it will to a certainty be small on such lands. Oats have come up rather unequal in many instances, except when they were sown very early ; after clover they look yellow. Barley has been for the most part sown, but an irregular

Cutting-grass is very backward, and pastures afford a scanty bite. Potatoes have been all planted, and fallow-grounds clean easily. Labour is in a for. ward, and vegetation in a rather backward state.

The corn-markets have felt a severe depression, in consequence of the measures adopted by the Legislature respecting the corn now in bond, and contemplated discretionary importation to a certain extent.

Cattle are lower priced than last season, and sales are very dull.

About the end of April the pear trees in orchards were in full blow, and doubts were entertained that the blossom would have been completely destroyed by the unusually severe frost. Many of the blossoms have indeed been nipt, but still a considerable number have set, and swell freely. Apricots on walls, that had their upper surface completely frozen, continue to swell from the under side, and the diseased part forms a hollow on the upper exposed surface. Apples are at present ia full blow, and a fairer flower, uninjured by insects, is seldom observed. The ex. treme dry weather during the frost has saved the blossom, and we may now calcu. late almost to a certainty on a full crop of fruit. Perthshire, 14th May 1926.

4 L

VOL. XVIII.

Course of Exchange, London, May 16.-Amsterdam, 12 : 8. Ditto at sight 12 : 5. Rotterdam, 12 : 9. Antwerp, 12 : 9. Hamburgh, 37 : 8. Aitona, 37: 9. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 70. Ditto, 26 : 0. Bourdeaux, 26 : 0. Frankfort-onthe-Maine, 156. Petersburgh, 85, 3 U. Berlin, 7. Vienna, Eff. fo., 10:22. Trieste, ditto, 10 : 22. Madrid, 354. Cadiz, 354. Bilboa, 35%. Barcelona, 35. Seville, 35. Gibraltar, 31. Leghorn, 471. Genoa, 431. Venice, 26 : 50. BuenosAyres, 43. Naples, 384. Palermo, per oz. 115. Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 503. Rio Janeiro, 43. Bahia, 47. Dublin, 14-Cork, 1} per cent.

Prices of Bullion, poz.-Portugal Gold in coin, £.0.0.0. Foreign Gold in bars, £.3.17.60.-New Doubloons, £.0.0.0. New Dollars, Os. Od. Silver in bars, standard, Os. Od.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.--Guernsey or Jersey, 15s. 9d. a Os.-Cork or Dublin, 15s. 9d. a 20s.- Belfast, 15s. 9d. a 20s.-Hamburgh, 203. a 30s.- Madeira, 20s.--Jamaica, 258. a 30s.-Home, 6s. a 8 Gs.-Greenland, out and home, 0 4 0 gs.

Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from 19th April to 17th May 1826.

April 19. April 26. May 3. | May 10. May 17.

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Royal Bank of Scotland,..
Bank of Scotland,...
Commercial Banking Company of Scotland,...
National Banking Company,..
British Linen Company,..
Edinburgh Friendly Insurance Company,
Caledonian Fire Insurance Company,
Hercules Insurance Company,........
North British Insurance Company,
Edinburgh Life Assurance Company,
Insurance Company of Scotland,..
Scottish Union Insurance Company,
West-of-Scotland Insurance Company,
Edinburgh Coal Gas Company,..
Ditto Oil Gas Company,...
Leith Oil Gas Company,
Edinburgh Portable Gas Company,......
Edinburgh Joint Stock Water Company,.
Forth and Clyde Canal Company,
Union Canal Company,....
Australian Company,
Caledonian Iron and Foundry Company,..
Shotts Iron and Foundry Company, t....
Edinburgh and Leith Glass Company,.........
Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Alloa Glass Co....
North British Loan Company,.............
London, Leith, Edin., & Glasgow Shipping Co.
Scotch Porter Brewery Company,
Leith and Hamburgh Shipping Company,
Caledonian Dairy Company,............

£.100 0 0.£. 100 (0 £. 165 0 0

83 6 8 83 60 190 00 500 0 0 100 0 0 No Sales. 100 0 0 10 00 9 5 0 100 0 0 100 0이 No Sales.

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