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Brown, Wm, Pleasant-row, Hackney, ship-owner Oliver, P. Catdown, Devonshire, ship-builder Beall, T. senior, North Shields, mason
Page, W. Banbury, Oxfordshire, mercer Bateman, J. Astell, Oxfordshire, maltster
Peacock, G. Aldersgate-street, baker Brags, W. A. Rotherhithe-wall, shipwright
Price, W. Minories, tea-dealer Blowen, J. H. Mint-square, Tower-hili, gunmaker Peart, W.Northamptom-street, Clerkenwell, printer Cook, J. & E. Gording, Little Alie-street, Good Phillips, J. Upper Eaton-street, Pimlico, coal-iner. man's-field, upholders
chant Framingham, M. Church-street, Bethnal-green, Parrish, J. & W. Parrish, Badbrook, Gloucestershoepiaker
shire, dyers Gay, M. L. Upper Norton-strect, Mary-le-bone, Parker, W. High-street, Whitechapel, oil merstone-mason
chant George, J. North Audley-strect, coach-maker Rawlinson, R. Manchester, pawn-broker Hall, T. Reading, tailor
Roden, E. J. Manchester, merchant Hart, G. Norwich, ironmonger
Sayer,'R. P. Clarence-row, Camberwell, Surrey, Haslam, M. & T. Bolton, Lancashire, linen-drapers money-scrivener Haywood, C. Manchester, manufacturer
Shillitoe, T. Doncaster, inn-keeper Heiningway, J. Elland, Yorkshire, grocer
Southall, B. Laysters, Herefordshire, fariner Hornsby, T. jun. Kingston-upon-Hull, grocer Smith, C. Bristol, boot and shoe manufacturer Jackson, G.' Widegate-alley, Bishopsgate-street, Trewhitt, N. North Allerton, linen-manufacturer baker
Taberer, A. Collyhurst, Manchester, woollen-cord Joseph, M. St James's-street, wine-inerchant
manufacturer Lamb, J. & J. Younger, Crescent, Minories, mer Tyas, J. Wakefield, York, grocer chants
Tucker, B. Bristol, dealer and chapman Langlois, Beaufort's Buildings, Strand, dealer Veven, J. Churwell, Yorkshire, cloth-merchant Lodge, R. Blackburn, Lancashire, butcher
Walter, J. Bath, cabinet-maker Loudon, J. C. Warwick-court, Holborn, merchant Watts, W. Bishop Stortford, Hertfordshire, farmer Lambden, H. & W. Collins, Two-mile Hill, Glou Webb, R. Winslow, Herefordshire, farmer cestershire, pin-manufacturers
White, J. Calver, Derbyshire, grocer Lyne, E. Plymouth, merchant
Whitehouse, J. Stratford-upon-Avon, mercer Mackay, C. Liverpool, earthenware dealer
Wickstead, J. Shrewsbury, starch-maker Mayman, J. Dewsbury, Yorkshire, inkeeper Wrench, J. C. St Mary Axe, wine-merchant Mayhew, J. St Osyth, Essex, miller
Whaley, T. Packwood, Warwickshire, coal-merM'Guckin, H. King's Mews, Charing Cross, mer chant chant
Wilson, E. Liverpool, farrier Nevison, W. North Shields, draper
Woddeson, T. W. Dover-street, Piccadilly, uphol. Nicholls, W. Huntingdon, rope-maker
sterer Nicholson, J. & J. Brown, Bow-lane, pin and Yeates, T. Bordesly, Warwickshire, patten-tye needle manufacturers
ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and
30th June 1818, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Brown, John, cattle-dealer and cowfeeder, in Lady burgh; by Richard Whytock, merchant, Edinlone of Paisley
burgh Forlong, John, broker, Glasgow
Munro, John, drover and cattle-dealer, Achnacloich; Guthrie, Robert, merchant, Cupar-Fife
by Robert Mitchell, writer, Tain M'Neil, Alex. merchant, grocer, and spirit-dealer, M'Lure, William, merchant, Kirkcudbright; by Grecnock
W. A. Roddan, accountant there M'Laren, David, merchant, Stirling
M‘Kean, Robert, of Kirkside, Kilmarnock; by Ramsay, William, spirit-dealer, Crossgates
William Simpson, merchant there
M‘Farlane, Robert,' & Co. Greenock, and M‘FarArnot, George, merchant, Leith; by Geo. Brodie, lane, Scott, and Co. of Newfoundland, being one merchant there
concern, and Robert M'Farlane, principal part. Anderson, James, tailor, Paisley, deceased; by ner thereof, as an individual; by Dugald Mac James Craig, jun. there 10th July
Ewen, merchant, Greenock Boyd, Roberi, merchant, Edinburgh; by Josiah M'Alaster & Duncan, merchants, Glasgow, as a Livingstone, South Bridge
Company, and Walter M‘Allaster and James Byars, James, merchant, Forfar; by Wm Roberts, Duncan, the individual partners thereof; by writer there
John Fergusson, writer, Glasgow-20th July Brown, George, merchant tailor, Leith; by John Russell, David, late founder and merchant, Durie M'Lean, merehant, Edinburgh
foundery, near Leven, county of Fife; by Thos. Craig, John, jun. shoemaker, Glasgow; by Dun. Dryburgh, writer, Cupar-Fife-24th July Kennedy, accountant there
Russell, David, joiner, cabinet-maker, and glazier, Dickson, George, late tobacconist, Edinburgh; by Glasgow; by John Bryce, merchant there—21st
James Mitchell, tobacconist, Canongate Forrester & Craigie, manufacturers, Glasgow; by Smith, William, late minister, West Fenton; by John M.Gavin there
James Stevenson, merchant, Edinburgh Ford, James, of Finhaven, merchant, Montrose; Smith, Alex. writer, builder, and cattle-dealer, Ayr;
by Alex. Thomson, conjunct clerk, Montrose by James Morton, writer there Goldie, John, late merchant, Ayr, deceased; a final Stevenson, Hugh, late merchant, Greenock; by dividend at town clerk's office
Samuel Gemmil, writer there--230 July Hogg, Richard, late merchant, Edinburgh; by Watson, Robertson, late in Hole of Slateford; by
Josiah Livingstone, South Bridge-2s. per pound James Speed, writer, Brechin-1st August on 3d August
Strathy & Pringle, merchants, Perth; by Williams Kerr, Thomas, upholsterer, Greenside Place, Edin Tindell, merchant, Perth-30th June.
Pease & Beans. Ist,......44s. Od. 1st,...... Os. Od. 1st,......27s. Od. Ist,......285. Od. 2d, ...... 40s. Od. 2d, . Os. Od. 2d,...... 23s. Od. 2d, ...... 27s. Od. 3d,
30,-..... Os. Od. 3d, .21s. Od. 3d, .26s. Od.
Tursday, July 7. Beef (17! oz. per lb.) Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf Os. 11d. to Os. Od. Mutton
Os. 78. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 10d. to Os. Od. Lamb, per quarter
2s. 6d. to 58. Od. Butter, per lb. 1s. Ad. to ls. Od. Veal
Os. 7d. to Os. 9d. Salt ditto, per stone 29s. Od. to Os. Od. Pork Os. 5d. to Os. 7d. Ditto, per lb.
1s. 4d. to Is. 5d. Tallow, per stone Ils. 6d. to 12s. Od. Eggs, per dozen Os. 10d. to Os. Od.
per 70 lbs.
Beans. 1st,......42s. 6d. 1st,......37s. Od. | 1st. 28s. Od. | Ist,...... 29s. Od. 1st, .28s. Od. 2d, ......39s. Od. 2d, ......34s. Od. | 2d,
....... 225. Od. 2d, .26s. Od. 2d,......25s. Od. 3d, ......35s. Od. 3d, ......31s. Od. 30, 18s. Od. 3d, 23s. Od. | 3d,...... 22s. Od.
Average of wheat, £1:17: 4:4-19ths. per boll. Note.—The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent more than half a quarter,
or 4 Winchester bushels ; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.
Liverpool, July 4.
S. d. S. d. Foreign Wheat, 53 to 65 Boilers, new . 56 to 60
Rice, p. cwt. 41 0 to 45 0 Fine do. 74 to 78 Small Bcans 50 to 58 English . 11 6 to 12 6 Flour, English, Superfine do. 78 to 82 Old do. 1816. 58 to 61 Scotch 11 0 to 11 6 p.280lb.fine6 i 0 to 65 0 White, new . 60 to 68 Tick do. ... 48 to 54 Welch .. .10 6 to 120 Seconds 57 0 to 58 0 Fine do. 70 to 82 Hard do.. 54 to 56|Irish
9 0 to 10 6 Irishp, 240 lb.52 0 to 54 O Superfine do. 84 to 88 Feed Oats, • . 22 to 26 Dantzic 11 6 to 13 o Ameri. p. bl. 44 0 to 46 0 Foreign ... 56 to 85 Fine do.. 29 to 32 Wismar .. 11 6 to 12 9 - Sour do. 30 0 to 40 0
44 to 50 Poland do. . . 27 to 30 American · 11 6 to 12 3 Clover-seed, p. bush. Barley, new , 38 to 45 Fine do.. 34 to 36 Quebec .
10 6 to 11 9 - White Superfine do. 48 to 58 Potato do. . . 32 to 34 Barley, per 60 libs. - Red
. 60 to 7? Fine do. . 37 to 41 English • 6 6 to 7 0 Oatineal, per 240 lb. Fine do.
76 to 78 Fine Flour, 65 to 70 Scotch • 6 6 to 6 9 English 41 0 to 42 Hog Pease, new 42 to 16 Seconds, .. 60 to 6.5 Irish
6 0 to 7 O Scotch . 38 0 to 39 0 Maple
48 to 52 Fine Pollard 20 to 30 Malt p.9gls. 10 6 to 11 6 Irish .. 34 0 to 36 0 White Pease 46 to 50 Bran
13 to 14 Rye, per qr. 42 0 to 46 0
Butter, Beef, fc.
4 6 to 5 1 Butter, per cwt. s. S. Welsh potato 4 3 to 4 7 Belf ist
120 to 0 Mustard, Brown, 12 to 22 Trefoil .... 10 to 42 Scotch
46 to 5
118 to -White .. 5 to 11 Ryegrass . 10 to 32 Foreign .. 4.6 to 4 10 Drogheda 0 to 0 Tares 17 to 18 --Common . -to Irish
4 3 to 4 10 Waterford, newl14 to 0 Turnips, New 14 to 20 Cluver, English, Rapeseed, p.1. – to Cork, 3d. 102 to
0 - to --Red,
70 to 75 Flaxseed,p.b. 7 6 to 8 0-New, 2d, . 116 to 0 -Yellow, new -- to --White ... 100 to
Sowing, p.hhd. - to Beef, p. tierce 85 to 95 Canary 70 to 96 Rib Grass
Bans, pr qr.
p. barrel 60 to 63 Hempseed 60 to 75 Carriway, Eng. 58 to English 51 0 to 58 0 Pork, p. brl. 88 to 98 Linseed . 60 to 75 -For ign 50 to For ign
. 49 0 to 55 0 Bacon, per cwt, Lucerne, New . 70 to 84 Coriander 18 to 22 | Pease, per quar.
-Short middles 68 to New Rapeseed, £46 to £50.
Boiling · 50 0 to 60 0-Long do. 0 to 0 Average Prices of Corn of England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week
ended 27th June 1818.
Wheat, 84s. 1d.-Rye, 523. 1d.-Barley, 198. 3d.-Oats, 52s. Od.-Beans, 58s. 60.--Pease, 53s. 30,
Oatmeal, jis. 11d. per bull of 110 lbs.-Beer or Big, Os. Od. Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels,
and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots T'roy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four
Weeks immediately preceding the 15th June 1818. Wheat, 67s. 11d.-Rye, 62s. 3d.-Barley, 14s. 1d.-Oats, 30s. 9d.-Beans, 51s. ld. -Pease, 5ls. 7d.
Oatmeal, 76s. 11d.—Beer or Big, 41s. Id.
The month of June has been throughout unusually warm and dry. During the first twelve days the Thermometer rose frequently above 70, and every day above 60 in the day time, and during the night generally stood as high as 50, and often higher. The mcan temperature is 3. degrees above that of June 1817. The Barometer for the first fortnight was very steady at an elevation of 30 and upwards the weather at the same time clear and warm. During the remainder of the month the fluctuation in the mercurial column was considerable ; but, on the whole, the Barometer stood above the medium height. During the first fourteen days there was no rain, except about half a tenth on the 4th. On the 15th there fell about eight-tenths; on the 22d, three; on the 25th and 26th together, five; and on the 28th, one. The Hygrometer was in general very high, the average being 9 degrees above that of June last year. The mean point of deposition at 10 A. M. coincides exactly with the mean minimum temperature at 10 P. M. it is 3 degrees lower. A more delightful and truly summer month has not perhaps been experienced in this country for many years, yet it is curious to remark, that there has been no such rapid vegetation, at least in this quarter, as took place last year towards the end of June. This can only be accounted for from the state of the ground at the time that the warm weather set in. The heavy rains of May were succeeded by a sudden and intense drought, which hardened the ground so much, that the subsequent rains have hardly penetrated to the roots of the plants. It is probable, therefore, that the crops may not be so weighty as, from the warmth of the season, we should be led to expect.
MeteoroLOGICAL Table, ertracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.
THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily beat,
79.5 .. cold, 50.2 Minimum,
45.0 temperature, 10 A. M. 62.0 Lowest maximum, 21st,
60.0 10 P. M. 55.0 Highest minimum, 12th,
61.0 of daily extremes, 58.7 Highest, 10 A. M. 11th,
74.0 .. 10 A. M. and lu P. M. 58.5 Lowest ditto, 21st,
51.0 4 daily observations, 58.6 Highest, 10 P. M. 12th,
66.0 Whole range of thermomoter,
510.0 Lowest ditto
49.0 Mean daily ditto, 17.0 Greatest range in 24 hours, 11th,
25.0 ... temperature of spring water,
55.5 Least ditto,
Inches. Mean of 10 A. M. temp. of mer. 63) 29.830 Highest, 10 A. M.
30.109 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 63) 29.833 Lowest ditto,
29.300 . both, temp. of mer. 63) 29.831 Highest, 10 P. M.
30.355 Whole range of barometer,
5.780 Lowest ditto,
29.190 Mean daily ditto, .192 Greatest range in 24 hours, 28th,
.510 Least ditto,
.011 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S.) Degrees. Mean dryness, 10 A. M.
HYGROMETER. Degrees. 10 P. M. 18.6 Highest, 10 A. M.
78.0 of both, 26.5 Lowest ditto,
9.0 point of deposition, 10 A. M.
50.3 Highest, 10 P. M.
13.0 10 P. M. 47.4 Lowest ditto,
4.0 of both, 48.9 Highest P. of D. 10 A. M. 13th,
58.0 Rain in inches,
1.725 Lowest ditto,
34.9 Evaporation in ditto, 3.170 Highest P. of D. 10 P. M. 12th,
55.9 Mean daily Evaporation,
.106 Lowest ditto,
37.6 WILSON'S HYGROMETER.
2.0 Fair days 23; rainy days 7. Wind West of meridian, 22; East of meridian, 8.
METEOROLOGICAL Table, kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill. N. B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four oclock, after. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register
Ther. Wind. 29.686 M.64w.
.350 A. 63
W. .717|A. 65 S
A. 52 very warm.
.392 A. 64)
S.W. Clear, warm.
.412 A. 62)
A. 46) .126 A.CO
S.W. Showery. 30.104 1.65
.429 A, 603 showers. .69 M.60)
s.w. Changeable. .199 M.60
.122 M.61 .104A. 61
A.473 very warm.
.105 A. 59
N.W. Changeable. .1 2 M.66
M.562 .499 M.60
N.W. Cloudy. 29.994 M.74 10
Cule. Showery. 11
M.575 .676 M.61 .872 1.77 )
Cloudy, very warm.
Cble. .676 A. 58 )
rain aftern. .703 M.77
Clear foren. rain aftern. .675! 4. 74
M.624 .369 M.65
Cble. Clear, cold. M.65 .828 M.68 144
M.627 1. 47
.775 A, 62 ) Average of Rain, 2 inches.
.762 M.61 w.
:438/A. 63} s.w. Showery.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
Mr Francis Parodi is approved of as Consul at
Sir Charles Hamilton, Bart. Vice Adrniral of the Blue, is appointed Governor and Commander in Chief over the Island of Newfoundland and its dependencies.
The Right Hon. George Canning, the Right Hon. Viscount Castlereagh, the Right Hon. the Earl of Bathurst, the Right Hon. Viscount Sidmouth, the
Right Hon. the Earl of Liverpool, the Right Hon. 38 F. Lieut. D. J. Conway, from 61 F. to be Nicholas Vansittart, the Right Hon. Lord Teign
4th June mouth, the Right Hon. John Sullivan, the Right
Gent. Cadet W. H. Rogers to be Ensign Hon. Lord Binning, the Right Hon. Win Sturges
2 ist do. Bourne, the Right Hon. Viscount Cranbome, and
W. Markham to be Ensign by purch. vice the Right Hon. Lord Walpole, his Majesty's Com
30 Junie missioners for the affairs of India.
Ensign J. O'Meara, from h. p. 27 F. to be
- B. Lloyd to be Quarter Master, vice II. ECCLESIASTICAL.
Wainwright, ret. h p. 27 F.
E. G. 0. Keppel to be Ensign by purch. The Magistrates and Town Council of Glasgow
vice 0.Donnell, 75 F.
do. have unanimously appointed the Rev. Dr Chal
B. Satterthwaite to be Ensign by pur. vice mers to be minister of the New Church St John's.
7th May The Prince Regent has appointed Mr Robert
Gent. Cadet R. Taggart to be Ens. 21st do. Jeffrey, preacher of the Gospel, to the church and
Lieut. T. Foreman to be Capt. by purch. parish of Girthin, vacant by the death of the Rev.
vice Gregory, ret.
14th do. Robert Gordon.
Ensign E J. Chauvel to be Lieut. by pur.
vice Foreman .
W. Ouseley to be Ensign by purch. vice III. MILITARY.
20th do. Brevet Capt. B. Harvey, 1 F. to be Major in the
Gent. Cadet W. Hewetson to be Ensign Army 16th May 1818
21st do. Bt. Maj. B. Harvey to be Lt. Col. on the
Gent. Cadet A. Murray to be Ensign Cont. of Europe only do.
21st do. 3 Dr. Gds. Lieut. C. Frost to be Capt. by purch.
Lieut. R. Read, from h. p. 38 F. to be vice R. Storey, ret.
Lieut. vice Conroy, 38 F. 4th June 6 Drs. Cha. Hall to be Cornet by pur. vice Dames,
A. Stanford to be Ensign by purch. vice pro.
14th May Wm Inge to be Cornet by purch. vice Sey
Gent. Cadet G. G. Warden, to be Ensign mour, 25 Dr. 14th do.
21st do. Cornet H. Cochrane to be Lieut. by pur. 65 Ensign A. O'Donnell, from 43 F. to be vice Pottinger, ret.
Ensign, vice Donald, dead 4th June Cornet & Ad). Wm Glanville to have rank 67 Gent. Cadet R. Jauns, to be Ens. 21st May of Lt.
7th do. 70
H. Jelf, do.
do. Gent. Cadet R. Hare to be Cornet, vice
Lieut. Robert Law to be Adj. vice Ander-
4th do. Lieut. R. Williams to be Capt. by purch.
G. H. Smith to be Ensign by purch. vice vice Dalrymple, ret.
7th do. Cornet F. Seymour to be Lieut. by purch. 74 Ensign J. 0. Lloyd to be Lieut, vice Henvice Williams
14th do. Staff. C. Cav. Ass. Surg. J. W. Watson, from h. p.
Brinsley Eyre to be Ensign, vice Lloyd do. 38 F. to be Ass. Surg. vice Foster, 5 Dr. 80 Surg. J. Lightbody, from h. p. 28 F to be Gds.
Surg. vice Browne, ret. upon h. p. 28 F. Colds. F. G. Ass. Surg. T. Maynard to be Bn. Surg.
7th do. vice Rose, 64 F.
Lieut. J. Dale to be Capt. vice B. Dale, S. Gilder to be Asa. Surg. vice Maynard do.
4th June IF. John Temple to be Ensign by purch. vice
Ensign T. Andrews to be Lieut. vice J.
do. Gent. Cadet R. Minty to be Ensign by
H. Vaughan to be Ens. vice Andrews do.
21st do 100 Lieut. W. L. Maberly, from 9 Dr. to be Capt. T. H. Light, from 14 F. to be Capt.
Capt. by purch. vice Thomson, ret. vice Dallas, ret, on h. p. 14 F. rec. diff.
14th May do. 103 John Purssord to be Ensign by purch. vice Gent. Cadet Wm Goodes to be Ensign do.
4th June E. Moore to be Ensign do. 4 W.I.R. James Bassett to be Ensign, vice Drayton, Lieut. M. J. Jenkins is reinstated in his
W. I. Rang.
do. former rank, viz. 14th Oct. 1812 R.Af Corps. Ensign T. M‘Rae to be Lieut. vice Gent. Cadet B. J. Carnie to be Ensign
14th May 21st May 1818
R. Cheator to be E sign, vice M‘Rae do. Capt. T. Hall from h. p. 14 F. to be Capt. R.Y.R. Ensign C. Mills, from 73 F. to be Ensign, vice Light
vice M‘Donagh, ret. 7th May 1818 Gent. Cadet R. Battersby to be Ensign do. R.W.I.R. Ensign H. Drayton, from 4 W. 1. R. to J. Carruthers to be Ensign do.
be Ensign, vice M Neil, dead 11th June D. Munro to be Ensign by purch. vice Yk. Chass Hosp. Assist. C. Whyte to be As. Surg. Dowbiggen, 19 F.
14th May E.C. Spencer to be Ensign by purch. vice 1 Ceyl. Reg. As. Sur. I. Hoatson, fm. h. p. 3 Ceyl. Netterville
Regt. to be As, Sur. vice Kennedy, dead Gent. Cadet G. Murray to be Ensign
10th Dec. 1817.
Royal Military College.
** 21th Feb. 1818 be Lieut. vice Pratt, h. p. 19th do.
- H. Boldero, from h. p. 10 F. to be Lieut. vice Rawstorne, h. p. 20th do. - M. M‘Leod, from h. p. 79 F. to be
Staff Surg. Q. M‘Millan to be Dep. Inspec. of Hosp.
Gent. Cadet D. Vandergee to be Ens. do.
John Walker d o. 21st do. T. Hadwin to be Ens. do.
As. Surg. A. Nicoll, M.D. from 80 F. to be Surg. Lieut. Emerson's Commission is dated the
to the Forces
28th do. 11th May 1809
Hosp. Ass. B. O'Beime, from h. p. to be Hosp. As. Gent. Cadet H. Coghlan to be Ensign
14th do. 21st May 1818
'J. Hoey, from h.
d o. do.
do. Morris, h. p. 2 Gar. Bn.
- Briscoe, from 63 F. with Major Le Capt.
28th do. Geyte, h p. Ens. J. H. Law to be Lieut. vice Wrench Brevet Major P. Campbell, from 52 F. with Cap
7th do. Cross, h. p. Ensign P. Bain to be Lieut. 3d June
Maxwell, from 50 F. rec. diff. with, Fred. Money to be Ens. vice Law 7th May Capt. Scott, h. p. 62 F.
Brevet Major Gomersall, from 58 F. with Capt. Ensign St. Lawrence, from 61 F. with Ens. Hoehne, Johnston, h. p. 2 Car Bn.
h. p. 60 F. Capt. Dowbiggen, from 38 F. with Captain Burke, Barter, from 85 F. with Ensign Cole, h. p. h. p. 3 Gar. Bn.
60 F. Mackar, from York Chass. with Brev. Maj. Macbean, from 79 F. with Ensiga Grame, Poitier, h. p. 7W. I. R.
h. p. 89 F. Sir F. Barton, from 2 F. with Brev. Major Cliffe, from 93 F. with Ensign Hume, h. p. O'Shaughnessy, h. p 101 F.
Quar. Mast. Crabtree, from 12 F. with Quar. Mast. Grimstead, from 2 F. G. with Capt. Armyt. Grady, h. p. 87 F. age, R. Tork Rang.
Sanderson, from 40 F. with Quarter Bell, from 72 F. with Capt. Somerset, h. p. Master Jackson, b. p. 47 F. 84 F.
Surgeon Collins, from 38 F. with Surg. Cathcart, Lieut. Dowd, from 21 Dr. with Lieut. Collins, 3 h. p. 60 F. W. I. R.
Barlow, from 32 F. with Surg. Bulkeley, Coulthard, from 17 Dr. with Lieut. Fisk, M. p. 62 F. h. p. 1 Dr. G.
Waite, from 83 F. with Surg. Punshon, Jeffries, from 1 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Carter, h. p. 93 F.
Assist. Surg. Macleod, from 1 F. G. with Ass. Surg.
Resignations and Retirements.
Captain N. Storey, 3 Dragoon Guards h. p. 82 F.
D-lrymple, 25 Dragoons
Gregory, 36 Foot
-Thomson, 100 do.
Lieutenant Pottinger, 8 Dragoons
Ensign M‘Donagh, R. York Rangers.
Cornet Broadhead, 21 Dr. | Ensign Coleman, 1 F. h. p. 93 F. Williams, from 8 Dr. rer. diff. with Lieut.
Cashiered. Wharton, h. p. 21. F.
Ensign Moffat, 19 Foot loppinoi, from 37 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. T. Vincent, h. p. 12 F.
Officers Killed and Wounded in the late Moore, from 64 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Mair, h. p. 7 F.
Operations in India, from the 19th to the Comet Wilkinson, from 3 Dr. rec. diff. with Cornet 24th Dec. 1817,
Phillips, h. p. 23 Dr. 2d Lieut. Geddes, from 21 F. with Ensign Lewis,
KILLED. h. p. 103 F.
Lieut. D. M‘Leod, 1 F.
21st Dec. 1817 Ensign Derenzy, from 12 F. with Ensign Stirke,
Bell, 1 F.
24th Dec. 1817
Lieut. J. M Gregor, 1 Foot
Elliot (Mil. Sec. at Madras), Royal Engineers.
Benj. P. Sadler Bartholomew Bonifant
R. L. Baynes
W. J. Hope Johnstone