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LONDON. The continuation of Sir Richard Hoare's Dr Spiker, one of the librarians of the History of Ancient Wiltshire will, in the King of Prussia, who recently visited this ensuing season, be presented to the public. country for literary and scientific objects, It is written on the same plan as the South has published, in German, the first volume Wiltshire, and will describe the antiquities of his Tour through England, Wales, and worthy of remark in the northern district of Scotland ; a translation of which will be the county, and be accompanied with en- published here, under the authority of, and gravings by Messrs Cooke, Basire, &c. with some additional remarks by, the author.

A Description of the Islands of Java, Memoirs, Biographical, Critical, and Li-
Bali, and Celebes, with an account of the terary, of the most eminent Physicians and
principal nations and tribes of the Indian Surgeons of the present time in the United
Archipelago, is in preparation ; by John Kingdom ; with a choice Collection of their
Crawford, Esq. late resident at the court Prescriptions, and a specification of the dis-
of the Sultan of Java.

eases for which they were given, forming a
Messrs Longman and Co. have lately re- complete modern extemporaneous pharma-
ceived from America an interesting manu- copæia : to which is added, an Appendix,
script, containing a Narrative of the Wreck containing an account of the different media
of the ship Oswego, on the coast of South cal institutions in the metropolis, scientific
Barbary, and of the sufferings of the master and charitable.
and the crew while in bondage among the The Rev. S. Clapham of Christ-church,
Arabs; interspersed with numerous remarks Hants, will shortly publish the Pentateuch,
upon the country and its inhabitants, and or Five Books of Moses illustrated ; con.
concerning the peculiar perils of that coast ; taining an explication of the phraseology in-
by Judah Paddock, her late master. The corporated with the text, for the use of fa-
work will be published in the course of the milies and schools.
present month.

Underwood's Catalogue of Medical Books
The Rev. H. J. Todd has a work in the for 1818-19, with a List of the Lectures de-
press on Original Sin, Free-will, Grace, livered in London, is in the press.
Regeneration, Justification, Faith, Good Anderson and Chase are preparing for
Works, and Universal Redemption, as publication their Annual Catalogue of New
maintained in certain declarations of our and Second-hand Medical Books, with a
Reformers, which are the ground-work of complete List of the Lectures delivered in
the articles of the established church. It London, their terms, hours of attendance,
will be followed by an Account of the Sub. &c.
scription to the Articles in 1604, and an Dr Jones's new translation of the Four
historical and critical introduction to the Gospels into Welsh, will be published in a

few days.
M. Kotzebue is preparing for publication Sermons, in two volumes, by the Rev.
his account of the Russian Embassy to Per. Charles Moore, are in the press.
sia, which will appear at the same time in Robert Southey, Esq. has in the press, in
London and Weymar.

two octavo volumes, Memoirs of the Life of
Dr James Johnson, author of “ The In. John Wesley, the founder of the English
fluence of Tropical Climates on European Methodists.
Constitutions,” &c. will speedily publish a Mr G. Russell, of his Majesty's Office of
small work, entitled, The Influence of Ci. Works, has in the press, a Tour through
vic Life, Sedentary Habits, and Intellectual Sicily in 1815; performed in company with
Refinement, on Human Health and Hu- three German gentlemen of considerable li.
man Happiness ; including an Estimate of terary attainments.
the balance of enjoyment and suffering in Mr H. B. Fearon will soon publish, in
the different gradations of society.

an octavo volume, Sketches of America, beShortly will be published, Memoirs on ing the narrative of a journey of more than the Present State of Science and Scientific five thousand miles through the eastern and Institutions in France ; containing a des. western states. criptive and historical account of the Royal Two volumes of Sermons, by the late Garden of Plants; the Royal Institute; Rev. E. Robson, thirty-seven years curate the Polytechnic School; the Faculty of of St Mary, Whitechapel, selected from his Sciences; the College of France ; and the MSS. by the Rev. H. C. Donnoughue, are Cabinet of Mineralogy : the Public Libra- in the press. ries; the Medical School ; and the Hospi- Mr John Chalmers, author of a History tals; with plans of the latter, never before of Malvern, is printing a History of Worpublished, &c. &c. : illustrated by nume- cester, abridged from the histories of Dr rous plates and tables ; by A. B. Granville, Nash and Mr Green, with much additional M.D.F.R.S. F.L.S. M.R.I., &c.

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Mr Henry Thomson will soon publish, and Misery are produced or prevented by Remarks on the Conduct of a Nursery ; in- our present system of prison discipline ; by tended to give information to young mo- Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq. M.P. thers, and those likely to become such. Reports of Cases Tried in the Jury Court,

Mr A. T. Thomson has in the press, in an from the Institution of the Court in 1813, octavo volume, the London Dispensatory; to the sittings at Edinburgh ending in containing the Elements and Practice of March 1818. Materia Medica and Pharmacy, with a tran- Mr Brydson, Edinburgh, is preparing for slation of the London, Edinburgh, and immediate publication, in 4to, a ner Fork Dublin Pharmacopæias.

on Distinctions of Rank, as belonging to The Rev. Fred. Nolan is preparing a the Governments of Modern Europe, and Grammatical Analysis (on a plan altogether derived from the Political and Military Innew) of the French, Italian, Spanish, stitutions of the Feudal System. A part of Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and Syriac Lan- this treatise, under the title of Heraldry, guages, with a Classed Vocabulary ; to be was formerly laid before the public, and printed in a duodecimo volume.

met with a favourable reception. The preThe third edition of the late Dr Saunders' sent publication will include, 1. An historiTreatise on Discas s of the Eye, with a short cal deduction of the feudal system, in its account of his life by Dr Farre, will soon territorial structure, and distinctive military appear.

constitution termed Chivalry—the former The fifth edition of the History of the consisting of fiefs, or feudal possessions in British West Indies, by Bryan Edwards, land, the latter of incorporeal fiefs, or feudal continued to the present time, in four octavo possessions in dignity, rank, and precedence. volumes, with a quarto one of maps and 2. A view of the government of the British plates, is expected early in next month. kingdoms, in reference to the general de

sign of this work. 3. Of distinctions of EDINBURGH.

rank as inseparable from the establishment

of society. 4. The specific degrees of gen. A most accurate Compendium of the Fa- tlemen and esquire, the dignity of knightculty Collection of Decisions, from its com- hood, and the pre-eminent dignity of the mencement in 1752 to the Session of 1817; peerage, belonging respectively to the poliby Mr Peter Halkerston, solicitor in the tical department of the feudal system, and Supreme Courts.

designated by titles and symbols of ChivalMartin's Voyage to St Kilda in 1697, ry, which symbols are here exemplified in a and Supplement to the Feuds and Conflicts series of vignette armorial engravings of the Clans, from an original MS. in 1656. The Appeal, a tragedy ; as performed at

A new edition of Inquiry whether Crime the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh.




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1. CIVIL. Ilis Grace the Duke of Gordon, Robert Viscount Melville, the Right Hon. Archibald Colquhoun, Lord Register; the Right Hon. Alexander Mac onochie, Lord Advocate ; and the Right Hon. David Boyle, Lord Justice Clerk- are appointed Commissioners for keeping the Crown and Regalia of Scotland, by a warrant issued under the sign manual, and commission expede under the Great Seal of Scotland.

The Commissioners have appointed Capt. Adam Fergusson to be Deputy-keeper.

Donald M'Intosh, Esq. is appointed his Majesty's Consul for the State of New Hampshire.

III. MILITARY. 2 L. Gd. Major Hon. H. E. Irby to be Major and Lieut.-Col.

23d June 1818 2 D. G. Lieut. A. Bolton, from h. p. 23 Dr. to be

vice Goate, dead

6th August 5 Lieut. W. Hodgson, from 22 Dr. to be

Lieut. vice Higginbotham, ex. 250 July 6 Lieut. J. W. Dunn, from h. p. 10 F. to be Lieut. vice Walker, ex. rec. dir.

30th do. 7L. Dr. Lieut. F. Seymour, from 25 Dr. to be LL. vice Custance, ex.

16th da. 9 Assist. Surg. E. Burton, from 12 P. to be

Assist. Surg. vice Knox, h. p. 230 do. 11 Lt. T. B. Wall, from h. p. 23 Dr. to be Lt.

vice Sicker, ex. rec. din. 30th do 13 Lt. J. Lynam, from 33 F. to be Lieut. sice Stopford, ex.

13th Aug 20 Lt. W. H. Smith, from h. p. 103 F. to be

Lt. vice Scott, ex. rec. diff. 30th July 22

Lt. H. Higginbotham, fremn 5 Dr. Gds. to be Lieut.

vice Hodgson, ex. 23d do. 25 Lt. N. Custance, from 7 L. Dr. to be Lt. vice Seymour, ex.

16th do. Gr. Gds. Lord John Bentinck to be Ens. & Lt. by purch. vice Swann, 98 F.

do. IF Lt. G. Mathias, from h. p. to be Lt. vice Vallancey, ex. rec. dift.

23d do. J. M'Gregor to be Ens. vice Mainwaring, prom.

30th do. 3 Li. J. S. Hughes, from h. p. to be Lt. vice Moore, ex. rec. dift.

23d do.

II. ECCLESIASTICAL. The Right Honourable Lord Napier has presentert Mr John Bennet, preacher of the Gospel, to the church and parish of Ettrick, vacant by the death of the late Rev. Charles Paton.

The Magistrates and Town Council of Dumbarton have presented Mr William Jaffray, preacher of the Gospel at Stirling, to the church and parish of Dumbarton, vacant by the death of the Rev. James Oliphant.

The Right Honourable Lord Douglas of Douglas has presented the Rev. Archibald M.Conechy, Glasgow, to the united parish and church of Buncle and Preston, vacant by the death of the Rev. John Campbell.

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6th Aug.

1818.] Register.-Appointments, Promotions, 8c.

731 9 F. Capt. H. Hill, from h. p. 14 F. to be Capt. Med. Dep. Dep. Ins. of Local Rank A. West, Dep. vice Hackett, ex. rec. diff.

6th Aug.

Ins. by Brevet
Ens. G. G. Watkins to be Lieut. vice llar.

DrJ. Mackenzie, from h. p. to be Phys.
rison, cash.

23d July

to the Forces, více Bancroft, ex.
Ens. F. P. Clarkson, from h. P. 52 F. to
be Ens. vice Watkins


Staff Surg. E. Doughty, from h. p. io
Ass. Surg. J. Ligertwood, from h. p. to be

be Surg. to the Forces

do. Ass. Surg. vice Burton, 9 Dr. do.

Hosp. Mate R. Melin to be Ass. Surg. 13 Tho. Jervis to be Ens, by purch. vice El

to the Forces

6th Aug. derton, ret.

30th do.

Disp. of Med. P. J. Macdonald to be
G. Eyre to be Ens. by purch. vice Camp-

Apothecary to the Forces, vice Lyons,
bell, 1 Life Gds.


23 Ens. G. F. Morien, from h. p. 14 F. to be

J.Perkins to be Hosp. Mate to the Forces
2d Lieut. vice Poe, ex. rec. diff. do.

30th July
Lt. T. F. Smith to be Adj. vice Brook-

Ass. Surg. J. Campbell, M.D. from h.p.
sbank, rec. Adj. only

23d do.

7 W.1.R. to be Supernum. Ass. Surg. 26 Capt. A. C. Drawater, from h. p. 62 F. to

in India, vice Ligertwood, cancelled be Capt. vice Addison, ex. rec. diff. do.

23d do.
Bt. Lt. Col. J. Hare to be Major by purch. R. Art. Gent. Cadet R. C. Smyth to be 2d Lt. vice
vice Sparrow, ret.

30th do.
Watkins, prom.

8th do.
Lieut. R. Handcock to be Capt. by purch.

S. A. Severe to be ad Lieut. do.

vice Cotton, prom. Ens. W. B. Buchannan to be Lt. by purch.

-J. Hollingworth to be 2d Lt.
vice Jago, prom.

Bt. Major G. Elliot, from h. r. 60 F. to be

- C. W. Wingfield to be 20 Lt.


vice Palmer, prom.
Capt. vice Wallet, ex. rec. diff. 230 July
33 Lt. 1. Stopford, from 13 Dr. to be Lieut.

A. Tulloch to be 2d Lt, vice
vice Lynam, ex.

13th Aug.
Griffin, prom.

40 Lt. G. Hibbert, from b. p. 41 F. to be Li.

J. S. Farrell to be 2d Lt. vice
vice Lt. Gorman, ex.

16th July
Lethbridge, prom.

H. Master to be Ens, by purch. vice Cor-

S. W. May to be 20 Lt. vice bet, ret.

30th do.
Ryves, res.

do. 45 Capt. R. Houghton, from h. p. 3 F. to be

G. P. Heywood to be 2d Lt. Capt. vice Stewart, ex. rec. dift. 93d do.

vice Somerville, prom.

Maj. Sir J. M. Tylden, from h. p. 3 F. to

be Maj, vice Mein, ex. rec. dift. 16th do.
Lt. J. Montagu, from h. p. to be Lt. vice Major Mein, from 52 F. rec. dift. with Major Sir
Cleghorn, ex. rec. diff.

23d do.

J. M. Tylden, h. p. 3 F.
Paym. R. Monk, from h. p. Brunsw. Hus. Capt. Addison, from 26 F. rec. diff. with Captain

to be Paym. vice Sherwood, ex. do. Drawwater, h. p. 62 F.
Ens. F. J. Ranie to be Lieut. vice Rolfe,

Wallet, from 32 F. rec. diff. with Bt. Major dead

Elliott, h. p. 60 F.
H. Browne to be Ensign


Stewart, froin 45 F. rec. diff. with Captain
Quar. Mast. Howsman superseded, being

Houghton, h. p. 3 F.
absent without leave

Hackett, from 9 F. ree. diff. with Capt. Hill, 64

Ens. A. J. M.Pherson, from 2 W. I. R. to h. p. l1F
be Ens. vice Moriarty, ex.

16th July

Lieut. Walker, from 6 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Ass. Surg: M. W. Kenny to be Surg, vice

Dunn, h. p. 40 F.
Crake, dead

23d do.

Sicker, from 11 Dr. ree. dift. with Lieut. 93 Ens. J. Atkinson to be Lt. vice M'Connell, Wall, b. p. 23 Dr. dead

24th Jan.

Stopford, from 13 Dr. with Lieut. Lynam,

33 F.
20 Lt. C. M. Mauger, from h. p. 3 Ceylon
Regt. to be Ens.


Scott, from 20 Dr. rec. diff. with Lt. Smith, 76 Ens. H. Wood to be Lieut. by purch. vice

h. p. 103 F. Daniell, 99 F.

13th Aug.

Hodgson, 22 Dr. with Lieut. Higginbotham,

5 Dr. Gds.
Ensign t. Tinling, from h. p. 14 F. to be
Ens. více M‘Donald, ex.

23d July

Seymour, 25 Dr. with Lt. Custance, 7 Dr. Geo. Stephens to be Qua. Mast. vice Bam

Vallancey, from 1 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Ma

thias, b. p.

13th Aug.
borough, res.
80 E. Nixon to be Ass. Surg. vice Nicholls,

Moore, from 3 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Hughes,

h. p.

6th do,
31 Surg. W. Cogan, from 97 F. to be Surg.

Gorman, from 10 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. vice Schooles, dead

30th July

Hibbert, h. p. 41 F. 82 Lt. G. 0. Field to be Capt. vice Walmes

Cleghorn, from 52 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. ley, dead

25d do.

Montagu, h. p.
Ens. R. Elliot to bé Lieut.


Keen, from 97 F. with Lieut. Bradish, h. r. Lord W.F. Montagu to be Ens.

Potts, from R. Y. Ran. with Ll. O'Gradj. Ens. J. Cates, froin 60 F. to be Ens. více

h. p. 87 F. Baylee, prom.

30th do.

2d Lieut. Poe, from 23 F. rec. dift. with Ens. Mor. 90 Com. S. W. Popham, from h. p. 13 Dr. to

den, h. p. 14 F. be Ens. vice Bayley, ex, rec. diff.

Ens. Moriarty, 64 F.with Ens. M'Pherson, 2 W.I.R. 97 Lt. R. Bradish, from h. p. to be Lieut. vice M'Donald, from 76 F, with Ens. Tinling, h.p.




14 F.

do. heen, ex. Surg. H. Cowen, from h. p. 73 F. to be · Bayley, from 90 F. rec. diff. with Cornet Por Surg. vice Cogan, 81 F.

do, ham, h. p. 13 Dr. 98 Lt. F. D. Swann, from Gren. Gds. to be Payın. Sherwood, from 53 F. with Paym. Mouh,

h. Capt. by purch. vice Lidwell, ret.

Brunsw. Hus.

p. 16th do.

Resignations and Retirements. 99 Lt. C. Daniell, from 76 F. to be Capt. by

Major Sparrow, 27th F. purch. vice Burke, ret.

23d do.

Capt. Lidwell, 98 F. 2 W. I. R. Ens. W. L. P. Moriarty, frora J4 F. to

Burke, 99 F. be Ens. vice M.Phenon, ex. 16th do. Ensign Elderton, 13 F. R.Af.Cor. Lieut. W. Gray to be Capt. vice Leman,

-- Corbit, 10 F. dead

30th do. Quart. Master Bamborough, 76 F. Ens. J. P. Sparks to be Lt.

do. J. Chisholm to be Ens.


Appointments Cancelled. R.Y.Ran. Lt. S. O'Grady, from h. p. 87 F. to be Supernum. Ass. Surg. in India, Ligertwood Lt. vice Platt, ex.

i3th Aug.

Dep. Ass. Commis. Gen. Bowman, having declined Stadt. Col. J. Macdonald, h. p. 1 Gar. Bn, to

to proceed upon Foreign Service.
be Dep. Adj. Gen. vice Major Gen.

Darling, appointed to staff of Mauri.

Quart.-Mast. Howsman, 60 F. being absent without

14th do. tius

leave. com.Dep. D. Bowman, appointment as Dep. Ass.

Com. Gen. cancelled, having declined
to proceed on Foreign Service.

Lieut. Harrison, 9 F.


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