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89 F. Lieut. Gorse, from h. p. 3 W. I. R.

Staff Lieut. vice Palmer, 65 F. 22 April 90

Lieut. Pigott, from 26 F. Lieut. vice Lieut. Col. T. W. Taylor, from h. p. Unatt. Su

Buckeridge, h. p. 30 F. 13 do. perintendent of Cav. Riding Establishment, 91 Lieut. Shedden, from 1 Vet. Bn. Lieut. vice Peters, h. p.

22 April 1826. vice Lamont, prom.

8 April 1825 B. Duft, Ensign by purch. vice Kane, Ordnance Department.--Royal Artillery. 62 F.

16 Feb. 1826 Lieut. Crofton, from 50 F. Capt. vice Brevet Maj. Morrison, Maj. vice Hughes, ret. Murray, dead 13 April

April 1826 92 Ensign Bates, from h. p. Quart. Mast. 2d Capt. Faddy, Capt.

do. vice Callagy, ret.

30 March
Locke, from h. p. 2d Capt.

do. 93

Lieut. Connop, Capt. by purch. vice
Fraser, prom.

22 April

Royal Engineers.
Ensign Evans, Lieut.

W. Guthrie, Ensign

do. Capt. Hobbs, Lieut. Col. vice Gravatt, ret. 94 R. Keating, Ensign vice Moore, 3 F.

8 April 1896 28 March 2d Capt. Gipps, Capt.

do. 95 Lieut. Mayne, Capt. by purch, vice Ist Lieut. Worsley, 2d Capt.

da Brownson, ret. 13 April 2d Lieut. Vicars, Ist Lieut.

do. Ensign Harrison, Lieut.

do. Gent. Cadet J. Chaytor, 2d Lieut. 15 March W. Wood, Ensign

do. 96 Capt. Hill, from 1 Vet. Bn. Capt. The under-mentioned Gent. Cadets of the

8 April 1825

Hon. The East-India Company's Ser. R. Bush, Ensign by purch. vice Lloyd, prom.

22 April 1826 vice, to have the Temporary Rank as 97 Lieut. Mairis, from h. p. 6 Dr. Gds.

21 Lieutenants, during the Period of Lieut.

16 March Ensign Stanners, Lieut. by purch. vice their being placed under the Command Macdonald, prom.

8 April E. Barton, Ensign

of Lieut. Col. Pasley, R. Eng. at Chat.

do. 98 Lieut. Douglas, Capt. by purch. vice

ham, for Field Instruction.
Campbell, ret.

H. B. Turner

8 March 1826 99

Ensign Nicholson, Lieut. by purch. T. T. Pears
vice Pearson, prom.
22 do. A. de Butts

J. Lecky, Ensign
do. E. Buckle

do Rifle Brig. 2d Lieut. H. F. Beckwith, 1st Lieut. A. Douglas

do. by purch. vice Power, prom. 8 do. E. Lawford

da Cameron, 1st Líeut, by purch. S. Best

do. vice Ramsden, prom. 9 do. R. Henderson

do. J. Rooper, 2d Lieut. by purch. vice G. B. Tremenheere

do Saumarez, prom.

7 do.
F. Pelly

W. Cumine, do. by purch. 8 do.
F. C. Cotton

do. J. Martin, do. by purch. 9 do. W. H. Graham

do 2d Lieut. Dering, 1st Lieut. by purch. G. Patrickson

do vice Slade, prom.

22 do.
W. M. Smyth

do Gert. Cadet J. Buckner, from R. Mil. T. M. B. Turner

do Coll. 2d Lieut.

do. R. StaffC. Gent. Cadet E. R. King, from R. Mil.

Hospital Staff
Coll 2d Lieut. vice Stoddart, prom.

16 Feb.

Surg. Allen, from 6 Dr. Surg. to the Forces, vice 2 W. I. R. Lieut. Gordon, from h.

Stewart, h. P
York Lieut.

25 March 1826
Inf. Vol. Lieut. vice J. Spence, 5 F.
Staff Assist. Surg. Watson, do. vice Jebb, h. p.

6 April
23 do.
Ensign Grey, Lieut. vice Clarke, prom.

Assist. Surg. Smith, from 98 F. Assist. Sarg, to the Forces

23 Feb. 1 March 2d Lieut. O'Meara, from 60 F. Lieut. Hosp. Assist. Portelli, do.

2 March vice Hughes, dead

2 do.

Assist. Surg. Thomson, from 64 F. do. vice M
Ensign Kearnes,
from 74 F. Lieut.

Donogh, h. p.

25 do
Stewart, 93 F.
W. J. Breslin, Hosp. Assist

9 Feb 3 do. W. M. Ford, do.

16 do Ensign Tew, from 97 F. Lieut. vice J. S. Graves, do.

22 do M Pherson, 1 F.

24 do.
J. Stuart, do.

9 March
G. Maxwell, Ensign by purch. vice
W. Smith, do

do. Goulden, 22 F.

23 Feb.
H. Spence, do.
A. Smith, do.

21 do
2 March
Lieut. Conran, Adj. vice W. Spence,
H. W. R. Davey, do.

do dead P.J. Meade, do

23 da 23 Feb. Ceylon R. Lieut. Nowlan, from 66 F. Lieut.

L. Leslie, do

do. 16 do. A. Urquhart, do.

do Lieut. Nason, from 8 W.1. R. Lieut.

2 March
A. Irvine, 2d Lieut. vicc T. Mylius,

To be Lieutenant-Colonels of Infantry by prom.

9 April
2d Lieut. H. Von Kempen, 1st Lieut.

by purch. vice Dempsey, ret. 22 do.
W. Hope, 2d Lieut. vice H. H. White,

Major Clayton, from 22 F. 8 April 1826

Major Arnold, from 10 Dr.

12 do.
J. Deaken, do. vice C. White, 31 F.
Capt. Dawkins, from Gren. Gds.

do Major M'Adam, from 75 F.

2 do 13 do.

Capt. Ellis, from Gren. Gds.
Cape Corps (Cav.) Cornet Sargeaunt, Lieut. by

purch. vice Bird, prom. 30 March To be Majors of Infantry by purchase.
W. Van, Cornet by purch. vice Brown,
16 Dr.

29 do. Capt. Beetham, from 26 F. 8 April 1896 R. New So. Wales Vet. Comp. Staff Assist. Surg.

Farquharson, from 19 F.

do Gibson, Assist. Surg.

15 Feb.

Hon. G. R. Abercromby, from 3 Dr. Gds. R.E.I.VOL Capt. Johnson, Adj. vice Dickenson,

do. res.

17 March
Bush, from Cape Corps

Johnston, from 17 Dr.

do Fraser, from 93 F.

99 da Gen. Hon. Sir E. Paget, G.C.B. Gov. of R. Mil. College

Rowley, from 58 F.

do 25 March 1826 Webster, from 56 F. Gen. Marquis of Anglesey, G.C.B. Capt. of Cowes Campbell, from 49 F. Castle, Isle of Wight, vice Sir E. Paget do.

Chadwick, from 86 F.



Brown, h. Piom 24 F. rec. diff. with Capt.


To be Captains of Infantry by purchase.

Lieut. Col. Barton, from 2 Life Gds. rec. dift. with
Major Chichester, h.

p. Lieut. Macdonald, from 97 F.

8 April 1826 Major Luard, from 17 Dr. rec. diff. with Major Smyth, from 24 F.


Bacon, h. p.
Corkran, from 7 Dr. Gds.

do. Capt. Woodward, from 38 F. with Brevet Major Crosdaile, 3 F.

do. Rains, 51 F. Stewart, from 11 Dr.

Colomb, from 5 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with England, from 12 Dr.

do. Capt. Hon. J. Kennedy, h. p. Gosselin, from 43 F.


Down, from 6 Dr. rec. ditt with Capt. Porto Smith, from 60 F.

do. man, h. p. Eccles, from 1 Dr.


Black, from 6 Dr. rec. diff. with Capt. Hamilton, from 81 F.

do. Ramsay, h. p. Loftus, from 17 Dr.


Dunn, from 6 Dr.rec. diff. with Capt. WigStuart, from 12 Dr.

ley, h. p. Coghlan, from 61 F.


Wetherall, from 11 Dr. With Capt. TomMurray, from 56 F.

do. linson, 13 Dr. Versturme, from 41 F.


Pallisar, from 12 Dr. rec. diff. with Capt. Geddes, from 45 F.

do. Beresford, h. p. Browne, from 13 Dr.


Allen, from Gren. Gds. rec. diff. with Capt. Keating, from 56 F.

do. Hon. J. St. Clair, h. p. Clarke, from 84 F.


Shawe, from Coldst. Gds. rec. diff. with Bentinck, from Coldst. Gds.


Capt. Bentinck, h. p.
Power, from Rifle Brigade


Northey, from 3,7. Gds. with Capt. Dixon, Pounden, from 25 F.


25 F. Dixon, from 3 F. Gds.

do. French, from 18 F. with Capt. Dalgleish, Hon. J. Kennedy, from 5 Dr. Gds. do.

28 F. Marle, from 79 F.

do. - French, from 22 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Ogilvy, from 14 F.

do. Pennefather, h.p. Grubbe, from 19 F.


Harris, from 23 F. rec. diff, with Capt. Hon. J. Amherst, from 59 F.

do. Hallifax, from 10 F.


from Doyle, from 63 F.

do. Smyth, h. p. Boates, from 64 F.


Stephens, from 29 F. rec. diff. with Capt.
Ramsden, from Rifle Brigade do. Gosselin, h. p.
Townshend, from 79 E.


Frederick, from 51 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Williams, from 44 F.

do. Timson, h. p. Hon. C. D. Biayney, from 7 F. do, -- M.Lachlan, from 75 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Dundas, from 15 Dr.

do. Stevenson, h. p. Maitland, from 85 F,

Lieut. Stewart, from 2 Dr. Gds. rec. diff, with Armstrong, from 16 Dr.

do. Lieut. Hon. R. Howard, h. p. Butler, from 1 F.


Garnier, from 15 Dr. rec. dift. with Lieut. Agnew, from 4 Dr.


Callaghan, h. p.
Bigge, from 21 F.


Rawstorne, from 4 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Millerd, from 1 Life Gds.

do. Griffith, h.p. Hon. A. C. J. Browne, from 75 F. do.

Fletcher, from 19 F. with Lieut. Price, D'Urban, from 27 F.

do. Mitchell, from 6 Dr.

do. O'Reilly, from 21 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Lord W. F. Montagu, from Ceylon R. do.

Evelegh, h. p.
Slade, from Rifle Brigade

42 do.

North, from 27 F. with Lieut. Dutton, Spooner, from 8 Dr.


New South Wales Vet. Comp.
Childers, from 11 F.


Campbell, from 28 F. rec, diff. with Lieut. Barton, from 15 F.


Gammell, h. p.
King, from 52 F.


--- Browne, from 29 F. with Lieut. Thatcher, Berkeley, from 28 F.

do. 37 F. Smyth, from 16 Dr.


Waters, from 37 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Hall, from 75 F.


Custance, h. p. 25 Dr.
Estridge, from 51 F.


Roberts, from 36 F. rec. dift. with Lieut. Falconer, from Rifle Brigade

do. St. Quintin, h. p. Pearson, from 99 F.


Bennett, from 47 F. with Lieut. Campbell, Deshon, from 53 F.

do. h. p. 77 F. Amsinck, from 65 F.

Macdonald, from 81 F. with Lieut. Howe,

h. p. Nova Scotia Fencibles To be Lieuts. of Infantry by purchase. Hewetson, from 82 F. with Lieut. Ashe, Cornet M'Douall, from 3 Dr.

8 April 1826 h. p. 101 F. Ensign Sullivan, from 28 F.

Macdonald, from 86 F. rec. diff. with Cornet Skipwith, from 1 Dr.

do. Lieut. Sidley, h. p. Ensign Schneider, from 12 F.

Brownrigg, from Rifle Brigade rec. dift.

do. Ensign Hall, from 35 F.

with Lieut. Sullivan, h. p. Ensign Hughes, from 34 F.


Cornet Shelley, from 15 Dr. with Cornet Berguer, Ensign Wainwright, from 99 F.

do. h. p. 22 I'r. Cornet Berguer, from 15 Dr.

22 do.

Ensign Abbott, from 57 F. rec. diff. with Ensiga Ensign Wake, from 36 p.


Kidd, h. p. Ensign Kellett, from 16 F.

Appointments Cancelled.

h. p.




do. Ensign Lloyd, from 96 F.


Lieut. Sargent, 1 F. To be Ensigns by purchase. Ensign Allen, 55 F. P. Grehan

i April 1826

Assistant Surgeon Hood, 6 F. L. C. Bayntum


Assistant Surgeon Dillon, 7 F. J. Arnold

do. Resignations and Retirements. A. Moreau

do. R. Donaldson


Major General Sir P. Ross, from 75 F. O. B. D'Arcey


Colonel Gravatt, R. Inv. Eng. W G. Broadhurst

do. Colonel Castle, h. p. 6 F. G. Denshire

do. Colonel Say, h. p. 99 F. C. Knox

do. Lieut. Col. Ogilvie, 11 F. M. V. Abbott


Cowell, 42 F. F.Q Turner


Campbell, 50 F.
R. P. Lewis

Macpherson, 78 F.

Fitz Simon, h. p. York Chass.

Hon. G. Carnegie, h. p. 110 F. Lieut. Col. Sir C. Gordon, from 93 F. with Lieut.

Ormsby, h. p. 63 F. Col. M'Gregor, h. p.

Barrow, h. p. 13 F.

22 do.

Lieut. Col. Smith, h. p. 19 F.

Ensign Twiss, h. p. Nugent's Levy
A. Bar. Beek, h. p. 2 Line Ger. Leg. Ensign Vane, h. p. 83 F.
Hawkshaw, h. p. Port. Serv.

Ensign Plimpton, h. p. 25 F.
O'Halloran, h. p. 4 F.

Ensign Lynam, h. p. 10 F.
Tilt, h. p. 37 F.

Ensign Carie, h. p. 14 F.
Major Walker, 5 Dr. Gds.

Ensign Cruess, h. p. 37 F.
Graham, 1 F.

Ensign Harris, h. p. 99 F.
Bamford, 73 F.

Ensign Jagger, h. p. Staff Corps
Hughes, R. Art.
Scott, h. p. 26 F.

List of Killed and Wounded in Action
Warburton, b. p. 96 F.
Orr, h. p. 7 F.

with the Burmese, 25th November and Williamson, h. p. 28 F.

1st and 2d December 1825.
Bagwell, h. p. 88 F.
Capt. St. George, 23 F.

36 F.
Lieut. Sutherland, 41 F.

1 Dec. 1825
Burgh, 25 F.
Lieut. Gossip, 41 F.

do. Campbell, 98 F. Lieut. Proctor, 38 F.

2 do.
Brownson, 95 F.
Colville, h. p. 15 F.

North, h. p. Hompesch's Rif.
Duff, h. p. 93 F.

Major Backhouse, 47 F. severely, not dangerously

2 Die 1823. O'Hara, f. p. Port. Serv.

do. Power, h. p. 5 Irish Brigade

Major Gully, 87 F. slightly
Elwyn, h. p. Warde's Reg.

Capt. Bowes, 87 F. slightly

25 Nos. Algeo, h. p. 8 Gar. Bn.

Lieut. J. Gordon, 47 8. severely, not dangerously

2 Dec.
De Linstow, h. p. Port Sery.
Denniss, h. p. 41 F.
Lieut. J. G. Baylee, 87 F. dangerously, (sinee dead)

Huxley, h. p.82 F.
Carnegie, h. p. 102 F.

Ensign J. Campbell, 1 F. (since dead) I do.
Gordon, h. p. 84 F.

Earl of Mansfield, h. p. 44 F.
Shore, h. p. 104 F.

Lieut. General Skinner, late of 56 F. London
Manson, h. p. 15 F.

9 April 1826 Christie, h. p. 42 F.

Colonel Barclay, Grenadier Gds. Aide-de-camp to Chambers, h. p. 40 F.

the King

28 March Minnes, h. p. 42 F.

Colonel Morrison, 44 F.
Cartwright, h. p. Canadian Fencibles Colonel Dunkin, 44 F. Dacca 11 Nov. 1825
Henley, h. p. i4 F.

Colonel M‘Murdo, late of 31 F. London
Lord Dunwich, h.p. Nova Scotia Fen.

11 April 1826 - Murray, late 3 Vet. Bn.

Lieut. Col. Drummond, h. p. Unatt. on board Earl of Cassillis, h. p. Indep. Co.

the Pomona, on passage to Jamaica 13 Jan. Maeneill, h. p. 91 F.

Capt. Grindlay, 54 F.
Fulton, h. p. 12 Dr.

Capt. T. Murray, 91 F. Up. Park Camp, Jamaica
Rainsford, h. p. 104 F.

15 Jan. Stirling, h. p. 88 F.

Capt. Ross, African Col Corps, Sierra Leone Durbin, h. p. 36 F.

9 do Gardiner, h. p. 3 F.

Capt. Farewell, 1 Somerset Mil. Tours, France Dickins, h. p. 90 F.

7 April Tuppenden, h. p. 56 F. Lieut. Gregg, 30 F.

1 do. Cornalet, h. p.W.IR.

Lieut. Proctor, 38 F. in action with the Burmese M'Crummen, h. p. 79 F.

2 Dec, 1825 Dundas, h. p. 261. Lieut. Sutherland, 41 F. do.

1 do. Maxwell, b. p. 42 F. Lieut. Gossip, do. do.

do. Coppinger, h. p. 96 F. • Lieut, Donaldson, 44 F. at sea

5 do - Jenkinson, h. p. 3 F. Gds.

Lieut. Paton, 44 F. Arrakan

do. - Edwards, h. p. 81 F.

Lieut. Carr, 44 F. Fort William

17 do. Le Royd, h. p. 82 F.

Lieut. T. Fraser, 54 F. on board the ship David Hoar, h. p. 10 F.

Clarke, in Arrakan River

31 Oct. Watson, h. p. 4 W.1. R. Lieut. Considine, 54 F. Bangalore

Oct. Zobell, h, p. 38 F.

Lieut, W. Moore, 54 F. Arrakan

92 Nov. Kirwan, h.p. W. Ind. Ran.

Lieut. J. G. Baylee, 87 F. in action with the bur. Kelly, h. p. 40 F.


Dec. Richards, h. p. 71 F.

Lieut. Donald Turner, Afr. Col. Corps, Sierra Murphy, h. p.TW.I. R.


25 do. Fraser, h. p. 8 Dr.

Lieut. Bambrick, ret. list 2 Vet. Bn. Maryborough Ogilvy, h. p. Cape Reg.

28 Nov, Smythe, h. p. 36 F.

Lieut. M'Carthy, ret. list 9 Vet. Bn. Devonport Irvine, late R. Gar. Bn.

7 do. Kirkland, h. p. 27 F.

Lieut. Jones, h. p. 81 F. Stafford 25 March 1826 Serle, h. p. 50 F.

Lieut. Scipioni, h. p. Corsican Ran. Santa Maura J. Campbell, jun. h. p. 91 F.

9 Jan. Lieut. Floyer, 3 Dr.

Lieut. Johnston, h. p. 50 F. at Keith, Banffshire Lieut. Gray, 41 F.

10 March Lieut. Crofton, 54 F.

Lieut. Maul, h. p. Roll's Reg.

4 do Lieut. Dempsey, Ceylon Regt.

2d Lieut. H. H. White, Ceylon Reg: on passage Lieut. Bankes, h. p. 24 Dr.

to England

18 Dec. 1825 Lieut. Harvey, h. p. 27 F.

Ensign J. Campbell, 1 F, in action with the BurLieut. Grinsell, h. p. 38 F.


I do Lieut. Kendall, b. p. 18 F.

Ensign French, 5 F. St. Lucia 28 Feb. 1826 Lieut. Gregory, h. p. 38 F.

Ensign Sargeant, 54 F. Lieut. Otter, h. p. Rifle Brigade

Ensign Fergusson, 75 F. Stirling 2 March Lieut. Fox, h. P. 4 F.

Ensign Introino, b. p. 40 F. Malta 18 Feb Lieut. Bond, h. p. 31 F.

Paymast. Skene, h. p. Rec. Dist. Durham 16 Jan. Lieut. Dowglass, h. p. 89 F.

Paymast. Sir W. Vachell

do Lieut. Harden, h. p. 34 F.

Adjutant Lieut. w. Spence, 2 W. I. R. Lieut. Salmon, h. p. 23 Dr.

Quart. Mast. Norman, 70 F. Lieut. Knivett, h. p. 11 Dr.

Quart. Mast. Stoddart, Herts Mil.

6 April 2d Lieutenant Pemberton, h. p. 23 F.

Surgeon Farrer, 3 Lancashire Mil. 1 Feb Ensign Maclean, 38 F.

Assist. Surg. Ralph, 2 F. Colabah 16 Oct. 1895 Ensign Aird, h. p. 10 F.

Veterinary Surgeon Trigg. 9 Dr. 27 March 1826 Ensign Booth, h. p. 37 F.

Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. Damant, Cape of Good Ensign Carey, h. p. 3 Prov. Bn, of Mil.




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. Attach.

Attach, 1826. Ther. Baro. Wind. Weather. 1826. Ther. Baro. Ther.


Wind. Weather.

Morn, frost, May 17{IN. 65

day sair.



+{ 5{ 6{

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very cold.

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M.30 29.999 M.19

M.42 29.788 M.68 May 1


A. 46
..99 4. 58

.799 A. 68 W.
M.41 .790 M.52


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.811 M.63
A. 49 .890/A. 55


4.61 -790 A. 64

.960 M.47
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M.14 .630 M.63
A. 10

.937 A. 49 ]

A. 55 .636 A. 63

M.34 .938 M.50

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M.41) .669 M.62
A. 44 .938 A. 50

.732 A. 62

M.38 988 M.49


.847 M.62
A. 43

.990 A. 18 )

A. 58 .944 A.65


Dull, and


M.42 .992 M.661
A. 12
.9 - A. 47

A. 60

.940 A. 65
.991 M.48

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M.431 .921 M.62
.984 A. 50

A. 50
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M.39 .750 M.60
A. 45
.850 A.51

.866 A. 60

M.39 .808 M.51
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.856 M.59 9


A. 45
.808 A. 50
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.722 M.54 10{

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and rain.

A. 47

.814 A.51 S
.932 M.52

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E. 11


27 day sunsh.


.806 A. 54
.99 M.59

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.807 M.62

28 .99: A.58

SE. sunshine.

A. 61

.792 A. 60
.96: M.57

Morn. cold,


.9.) A. 57
rain aftern.

UA. 56

.816 A. 59
.86 M.63

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.868 A, 60

A. 51

.792 A.60
.90€ M.62

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.748 M.62 15


A. 58
.90€ 1.58 } day warm.

A. 55

.639 A.61 M. 101 .850 1.56 16

Foren. shrs.

A. 18
.814 14.58

fair aftern.

Average of rain, 1.270.

Fair, sunsh. shis. warm.

Ditto. Fair, sunsh. very warm. morn. frost, day sunsh. sunshine, land warm. Sunshine, very warm. Foren. fog; aftrn, sunsh. Foren. rain, aftrn. warm. Dull, rain night. Heavy rain most of day Dull, but fair. Fair, with sunsnine. Morn. fog, day sunsh Morn. cold, day wm. sun. Day dull, rain even.

UA. 52

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.804 M.54 E.

A. 52}

VA. 46

13, M.40

A. 50

.748 M 62NE.
.818 M.58 LINE.


A. 60

AGRICULTURAL REPORT. The drought still continues in all its severity, and its effects on the growing corns, on light or dry-bottomed soils, is rather alarming. The temperature of late has been high, with clear sunshine throughout the day; the mercury in Fahrenheit's thermometer often rising to 80° in the shade. The fall of rain since our last does not exceed half an inch.

Wheat is in full ear in the lower districts. On rich carse-lands, the plant appears vigorous, and the ear full-sized, but the reverse is the case on all dry black soils, where the plant is puny, and the ear small; the under part of the foliage is a faded yellow, and the foliage nearest the top a sickly bluish colour ; and unless moisture is soon supplied to the root, a sad deficiency in this part of the crop will be the result.

Barley, on soft lands, plants thick, and where the ground is in good condition, the plant maintains a fresh colour. On stubborn soils, late-sown barley gave an unequal braird, and on light soils the plant begins to languish. Oats still, for the most part, maintain a more favourable appear

Beans have flowered on a short and stinted_plant, and cannot now be bulky. Pease may yet be improved by rain. Potatoes are well-rowed above ground, but are, like all other vegetables, in want of moisture. Clovers are in full flower, but the hay crop will be exceedingly light; in many instances, not half its usual weight. Pastures are very dry, and afford scanty bite.

Sowing of turnips is fast going forward, but a general braird is not expected without rain. Fallows work kindly, and are now, for the most part, clean.

In the prices of farm-produce there has been no improvement since our last. The present appearance of the crop, however, makes oats, wheat, and pease, be inquired after. In the orchards, pears have set well ; apples not so freely

Perthsire, 14th June 1826.


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Quarterly avcrage which governs Importation : Wheat 59s. 10d.-Barley 23s. 80.-Oats

36s. 4d.-Rye 31s. 6d.-Beans 37 s. 1d.-Pcase 38 s. 5d.

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