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6th Sept.

30 Aug.

III. MILITARY.

Barracks. Capt. W. Goddard, Dep. Barrack Master

Gen. in Nova Scotia, vice Lynn, res. Brevet Col. Chabot, h. p. 50 F. to be Maj. Gen

224 Jan. 1821. in the Army 19th July 1821. Med. Dep. Assist. Surg. Dockard, Surg: to the ForCapt. Gardiner, 1 Life Gus. Major in the

20 Aug. 1821. Ariny 17th Feb. 1821.

Hosp. Assist. Christie, from h. p. Hosp. Crawford, 12th Dr. do. do.

Assist. vice Moir, res. 30th Aug. 1821. 1 Life G. Lt. Cox, Capt. by purch. vice M.Neil,

Exchanges. 81 F.

24 Aug. Cornet and Sub. Lt. Hon. W.L.L. Fitz Lieut. Grant, from 4 Dr. with Lieut. Cumberlege, G. de Roos, Lt. by purch.

19 Dr. P. Sydney, Cornet and Sub. Lt. by Lieut. De Burgh, from 17 F. rec diff with Lieut. purch.

do. Lord Loughborough, h. p. 21 Dr. 2 Dr. G. Lt. Cuff, Capt. by purch. vice Hames, Paym. Rose, from 2 Dr. Gds. with Capt. Chitty, ret.

13th Sept.

h. p. 30 F. 9 Dr. Lt. Huntly, do do. vice Blackston, ret. Assist. Surg. Worrell, from Coldst. Gds, with Assist.

do.

Surg. Gilder, h. p.
Cornet Knight, Lt. do.

don
W. Eccles, Cornet do.

do 10 Cornet and Lt Lord J. Bentinck, Lt. by

Resignations and Retirements. purch. vice Drummond, 1 W.I.R.

16th Aug.

Lieut. Col. Hon. H. Percy, 14 Dr. 13 Lt. Foster, from 18 Dr. Lt. vice Town

West, 3 F. G. shend, h. p. 18 Dr.

30th do.

Major Barrow, 15 F. 14 Bt. Maj. Townshend, Maj. by purch.

Capt. Haimes, 2 Dr. G.

Blakiston, 9 Dr. vice Bt. Lt. Col. Percy, ret. 15th Sept.

Ruddach, 19 Dr. 19 Lt. Trotter, from 2 Dr. Capt. do. vice Ruddach, ret.

50th Aug.

White, Coldst. Gds. Coldst. G. Ens. and Lt. Mildmay, Lt. and Capt. by

Mackenzie, 42 F. purch. vice White ret.

16 do.

Anderson, 52 F.
Ens. and Lt. Berkeley, from h.

Hosp. Assist. Moir.
Ens.

p.
and Lt. by purch.

doEns. and Lt. Buller, Lt. and Capt. by

Appointments Cancelled. purch. vice Sandilands, 3 F. G.

Lieut. Col. Dawson, as Insp. Fd. Off of Mil. in Ens. and Lt. Broadhead, from h. p. Ens.

Novia Scotia and Lt. by purch.

13 do.

Assist. Surg. Menzies, 4 Dr. 3 F. G. Bt. Maj. Sandilands, from Coldst. Gds.

Kelly, 2 W. I. R.
Capt. and Lt. Col. by purch. viceWest,
ret.

Removed from the Service.
Capt. Knollys, Adj. vice Stockdale, res.
Adj. only

6th Sept. Major Gen. Sir Robert Thomas Wilson. 3F.

Mai. Wall, from 35 F. Maj. vice Bt. Lt

Col. D’Aguilar, h. p. 91 F. 15th do. 14 Lt. Akenside, Capt. vice Knollys, dead

Superscded.
6th de

Paymaster M‘Arthur, 79 F.
Ens. Keowen, Lt.

do.
Gent. Cadet 11. O'Neil, from R. Mil Col.

Dcaths.
Ens..

da 15

Lt. Wishart, Capt. by purch. vice Bt. Lleut. Col. George Raitt, h. p. 84 F. Insp. Fd. OM.
Maj. Barrow, ret.

13th do of Mil. in Nova Scotia, lost by the wreck of Ens. Allen, Lt. by purch. 6th do. the transport brig Chance, of Sable Island, in T. J. Galloway, Ens. do.

do. the beginning of Feb. 1821. 35

Maj. Fogerty, from h. p. York Rang. Lieut. Col. Anderson, h. p. 85 F.

Maj. vice F'ane, 61 F. 13th do. Major Truter, 2 Ceyl. Reg. Ceylon 7th Apr. 1821. Maj. Sutherland, from h. p. 91 F. Maj. Reynell, Roy. Inv. Art. Sandy's Well, Cork. vice Wall, 3 F.

do. Capt. Knollis, 14 F. Bourdeaux. Lt. St. John, Captain by purch. vice Cartwright, late 1 Royl. Vet. Bn. Guernsey L-Kenzie, ret. do.

19th Aug. 1821. Ens. Hogarth, Lt. do.

do. M.Bean, late 7 Royal Vet. Bn. Chelsea
J. Byron, Ensign
do.

17th June. 52 Lt. Hall, Capt. by purch. vice Anderson, Mocdougall, h. p. 79 F.

March. ret.

30th Aug.

Muller, h. p. Chass. Brit. Metz. Ist June 1821. Ens. Blois, Lt. do.

do. Lieut. Davis, 53 F. at sea, on passage to Singapore 56 Lt. Hill, Capt. do. vice Gauley prom.

24 Jan. 1821. 9th do. Brahan, 83 F. Ceylon

1 March Ens. Vicars, Lt. do.

do.

Manning, late 2 Roy. Vet. Bn. Chelsea W.J. Fraser, Ens. do. do.

20th Aug. G1 Maj. M. Fane, from 33 F. Maj. vice Bt.

Green, late R. Gar. Dn. London

8th Sepi. Lt Col. Poitier, h. p. York Rang.

Connell, h. p. 75 F. Rio Janeiro 19th Apr. 15th Sept.

Watts, h. p. 96 F. (late of 89 F.) Poona79 Lieut. Cameron, from h. p. Donkin's mailee

4th May. Gar. Bn. Paym. vice M'Arthur, super

De Koven, h. p. 96 F. Newfound. Feuc. seded

16th July
Lower (Canada

13th April. 83 Ens Burleigh, vice Brahan, dend

Dicker, h. p. Royal Art. Drivers, Lewes, 2311 March. Sussex

28 Sept. II. Braham, Ens.

do.
J. Kelly, h. p. 39 F.

Sept. Rifle Br. 1st Lt. Rochford, Adj. vicc Kincaid, res. Ensign O'Kelley, h. p. 25 F.. 1th May 1820. Adj. only

13th Sept.

Burrowes, latc 2 Vet. Comp. (previously of 2. W.1. R. Ilosp. As. Ritchie, As. Surg. vice Kelly, 6 R. Vet. Bn.) Chatham 15th Sept. 1891. cancelled

Paymaster Pilfold, 67 F. Bombay 28th Feb. 1891. 1Ceyl R. Dt. Maj. Bayley, from 2 Ceyl. R. Capt. Quarter Master Brookes, h. p. 1 F. 2d Aug. 1821.

vice Dyas, h. p. 2 Ceyl. R. 9th do Surgeon Bloxham, h. p. 88 F. Amesbury, Wilts Lt. Fagan, Capt. vice Truter, deal

2 Aug. 1821. 8th April.

Chaplains. Jenkins, Montreal, 26th Apr. 1821. 20 Lt. Fretz, 1st Lt.

do.

Atcherley, h. p. 119 F. Much Wenlock,
D. Meaden, 2d Lt.

do.
Stafford

27th Aus. Stair

Maj. Wolehouse, h. p. Insp. Field Off. Miscellaneous.--Assist. Comm. Gen. 1. France, of Militia in Nova Scotia with the

Montserrat 20th June 1821. Rank of Lt. Col. in the Army, vice

Dep. Bar. Mas. Gen. G. H. Dennis, Dawson, cancelcu 30th Alp. 1821.

Cape of G. Hope

15th May.

23d Aug.

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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 after.

noon.—The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

Attach.
1821.
Ther. Baro.
Wind. Weather.

Attach.
Ther.

1821. Ther. Baro.

Ther.

Wind Weather. M.40 29,677 M.55 Fair, with Sept 1

Warm, with
Sept. 16M.152 29.902 M.62

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Cble.
A. 53 .696 4.57

sunshine.

1.57
.823 A. 61

sunshine M.59 .736 M.60

Warm day.
SW.

M. 46

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A. 57 .671 A. 63)
rain night.

sw. Showery.
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M.46) .420 M.59

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A.57

.50 4.57 rain night.
M.52
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Warm fore.
SW.

M.451 .509 M.57

W.

Fore. sunsh A. 65 .149 1. 65 cold aftern.

.664 4. 57

duil after. M.52228.996 M.63

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Fair, with

.606 M.55

Cble.

Fair, but A.5929.630|A. 61 sunshine.

.606 A. 55

dull.
M.48 .382 M.631

Rain morn.
SW.
21 M.424.595 M.53

Rain mor.
A.64 .539 A. 61 warm day.

A. 50
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fair day.
M.52
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.708 1.53 SW.

E.

Dull day fait. A. 62 .319 A. 61 with sunsh.

A. 52

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M.43)
SW.

.359 M.53

Fairsunday .287 A. 61 cvening. A. 56 .2351A59

rain night M.44 .241 M.63

Rain morn.
SW.

24 M.443 .318 1.58 W. fair, with .298 A.62) warm day

A. 52 .109 1.54

unshine M.47 .39 M.63 Dull, with 101

Rain mon

M.434 .555 M.55 kw.
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showers.

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3.51 .166.1.56) shoxery aft.
.565 M.58
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fair.

A. 51
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A.54
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30 M. 454 29.516 M.53

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SINCE the date of our last, the rain that has fallen does not amount to two inches in depth ; but this must be understood as speaking of the inland districts towards the west coast; and in many parts of the north highlands the amount is always greater. Slight showers have been frequent, and were generally succeeded by high winds. The precarious appearance of the weather induced farmers to use every exertion towards cutting down and securing the crop. A considerable breadth of early oats on high grounds were even cut down before they were fully ripe ; but in many instances not before some of the best grains had been beat out by the wind; seldom, however, have we observed so loud winds followed by so little loss.

About the beginning of the present month, all the corns in the early districts were in the barn-yards except a few fields of barley, some of which still remain in the stook, and some, it is to be feared, had better been still in the field, than heating in the stack.

Wheat turns out well at the thrashing-mill, and oats yield better than expectation. A considerable proportion of the late barleys ripened well, but a mixture of greens was observable in almost every field at the time of shearing : little of this grain has as yet been threshed out, but for the most part the head of the sheaf weighs well.

Few potatoes have as yet been taken up: the stems have hitherto suffered nothing from frost, and the tubers are not yet ripe.

In the highland districts there is still some standing barley, and even oats to be met with ; but in all the cultivated districts, the crop is nearly secured, and the weather is now favourable for the sowing and growing of wheat. Young wheat that was sown in September comes forward vigorously. Cattle have now a wider range of pasture over the stubble fields; but the grassy stubbles that fed off the winter marts, in the days of yore, have been banished from the land.

Turnips have made considerable progress since our last, still they are not half a crop. Cattle have sold brisker lately than in the summer months. The turnip crop in England is excellent, and may increase the demand for lean stock from this country. Oats and barley bring rather better prices than formerly. Wheat has also advanced a shade. Potatoes to bring better prices than last season, but in weight they are likely to be somewhat deficient.

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PRICES CURRENT._OCTOBER 6, 1821.
LEITH. GLASGOW.

LIVERPOOL LOxdox. TE.., Bohea, + lb........

2 64 @Congou,

28

33 Souchong,..........

2 104 35 SUGAR, Musc. cwt.

B. P. Dry Brown,...... 57s. 60 53 58 52 55 54 58
Mid.Good, & Fine Mid. 70 80 58 71 56

68 60 70 Fine and very fine...... 80 80

81 71 75 Brazil, Brown,.........

19 26 White,....

28 42
Rurfined, Double Loaves,.. 130 145
Powder ditto......

106
110

84 100 Single ditto,...... 100 104

92 Small Lumps..... 90

92 Large ditto........ 88 92 Crushed Lumps.........

56 ÑOLASSES, British ........... 25 Gd.

24 25 29

23 0 24 6 COFFEE, Jamaica,

Ord. good, and fine ord. 90 95 86 102 95 105 70 91 Fine, and very fine,....

121 128 127 130 Dutch, Triage & very ord..

86 98 Ord. good, & fine ord.. 120 135

100

108 St Domingo....

122
126

95 100 PIMENTO (in bond), lb..... 7

87

8

81 SPIRITS, Jam. Rum, 16 0.P. 2s. 2d. 24 18 1 10

1 10

2 0 6 18 Brandy, gal........ 4s. 3 4 6

3 11
Geneva, ..

ls. 10
20

1 3 Wixes, Clar. 1st Gr. hhd.. 45 55

20 60 Portugal Red, pipe,... 30

22 48 Spanish, White, butt.. 34 55

25 65 Teneriffe, pipe,..... 30 32 Madeira,........

55

65 Logwood, Jamaica, ton,... £.7 77 80

8 0 9 0 7 10 8 5 Honduras, 8

8 10 95 7 15 85 Campeachy,.. 8

9 0 9 10 8 10 100 Fustic, Jamaica,..

7

8 6 10 7 0 6 6 6 10 6 10 7 10 Cuba, .........

9

118 5 8 10 7 15 8 5 8 0 100 INDIGO, Caraccas, fine, lb..7s. Od. 10 6 7 6 8 6 8 0 9 0 9 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 1 6 18 Ditto Oak,

3 3 4 Honduras Mahogany.. 1 4 18 1 2 18 0 11 11 0 10 1 0 Tar, American, brl... 20 21

14 6 Archangel,......... 16 17

15 6 Tallow, Rus. Yel. Candle, 48 49 48 49 Home melted, cwt..... 51

52 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton,...44 45

42 Petersburgh Clean,.... 40

39 10 Flax, Riga Th. & Dr. Ra. 53

52
Dutch,...
50

42
Irish,

41 46 MATs, Archangel,....... 75 80 BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts.. 13 10 14

10 Asies, Petersburgh Pearl,. 40 42

40
Montreal ditto, cwt... 38 40 40 41 37 0 37 6
Pot.....

35 33 31 320 32 6 30 OIL, Whale, tun,........

Uncertain. 25 Cod.......

23 24 Tobacco, Virg. fine, lb.... 6!d. 7

75 0 51 54 34

( 21 03 Cottons, Bowed Georgia,

0 1180

9 118 09} Sea Island, fine,....

18 1 10 1 4

1 23 24 Demerara & Berbice,..

10 1 1 ( 103 11 0 111 101 Pernambucco, .

101 11 () 11 1 1 Maranham,..

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Course of Erchange, London, October 9.-Amsterdam, 12 : 17. Ditto, at sight, 12 : 14. Rotterdam, 12 : 18. Antwerp, 12 : 10. Hamburgh, 38 : 1. Altona, 38 : 2. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 75. Bourdeaux, 26: 6. Frankfort on the Maine, 157. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Gibraltar, 304. Leghorn, 474. Genoa, 13%. Yaples, 391. Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 50. Rio Janeiro, 484. Dublin, 8. cçnt. Cork, 9 cent.

Prices of Bullion, P 03.-Foreign gold in bars, .£.3 . 17 w 10. New doubloons, £.3 , 13 , 6. New dollars, 4s. 9d. Silver in bars, standard, 4s. 104d.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey, 10s. Cd. Cork or Dub. lin, 10s. 6d.-Belfast, 10s. 60.-Hambro', 10s. Gd. Madeira, 15s. Od.-Jamaica, 30s.-Greenland, out and home, 6 gs. to 10 gs. Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from September 19, to October 10, 1921.

Sept. 19. | Sept. 26. Oct. 3. Oct. 10.
Bank Stock.

230
3 + cent. reduced
3 + cent. consols...

70%

76 76
34 V cent. do.
4 pcent. do.
5 p cent. navy annuities. 1094 1091 1093 110)
India Ştock......

236

-
Bonds............
Exchequer bills, 2d....
Consols for account

-764 763 771
French 5 pcents..... .86 fr. 35 c.87 fr. 20 c. 88 fr. 55c. 89 fr.

63 pin. 3 pm.

64 pm. 2 pm.

66 pm
1 2 pin

1 pm.

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A!PHABETICAL List of ENGLISJI BANKNUPTS, announced between the 20th

August and 20th September 1821 ; extracted from the London Gazette. Agar, Moses, late of Walbrook, oilman.

Hilbury, J. P. Mark-lane, wine-merchant. Alexander, G. Aldermanbury, linendraper.

Hillary, T. P. Little Tower-street, wine-merchant. Ashton, John, Knutsford, veterinary surgeon. Hodgson, F. M. Manchester, dry-salter. Bayley, C. Abingdon, linendraper.

Hodgson, J. Staindrop, Durham, shop-keeper. Bailey, J. Great Yarmouth, grocer.

Hoiding, W. Devonshire-street, Queens-square, Baynes, c. Western Point, Cheshire, innkeeper.

wine-merchant. Belford, Thomas, Bristol, stationer.

Iloward, E. and Gibbs, J. Cork-street, money-scriPell, Joseph, Hampstead, victualler.

veners. Bethell, W. Vernon, Liverpool, merchant.

Jones, A. W. New Brentford, corn and coal-merBill, Samuel, West Bromwich, timber-merchant,

chants, Bird, Thomas, Solihul Lodge, coal-dealer.

Knowles, J. and Walker, H. Salford, machine-maBowinan, Richard, Manchester, grocer.

kers. Brown, Charles, late of Dundee, merchant and Lambert, R. Manchester, cotton-manufacturer. shipowner.

Langley, George, John llenry, Bristol, porter-sclDrummall, Daniel, Sheffield, file-manufacturer. Burnett, 11. Long-lane, Bermondsey, oilman. Langstaff, William, Liverpool, merchant. Burrows, J. Gloucester, mercer.

Marnham, late of Love-lane, cloth-factor. Cassells, J. Cannon-street, wine-merchant.

Marshall, J. Battersea, tanner. Compton, W. Binningham, linen-ulraper.

Mawdsley, Henry, late of Omskirk, plumber. Coiston, Daniel, Edward, Islington Road, uphols Meredith, J. Manchester, paper-dealer. terer.

Nelson, J. Kendal, corn-dealer. Cooper, George the younger, Old Ford, farmer. Norfolk, Vlezekiah, late of Mountsorrel, worstedCooper, J. Newport, victualler.

manufacturer. Corbyn, Joseph James, South weald, master-mari Oliva, T. C. Liverpool, merchant.

Parr, William, Govent Garden, tailor. Crowden, Richard, Knightsbridge, boot and shoe Parry, Thomas, Manchester, Wentbridge, R. Yorkmaker.

shire, and Armitage, Josephi, Pontefract, cotDavis, Rowhall, Stafford, maltster.

ton-spinners. Davis, T. Great Bar, Staffordshire, maltster.

Peters, E. Bristol, grocer. Dawson, John, Penrith, coach-maker.

Porthouse, Thomas, Wigton, Cumberland, dyer. Deeping, G. Lincoln, fell-monger.

Rainan, H. Deptford, victualler. Dixon, W. Portsmouth, tailor.

Rawlins, James, Whitehaven, grocer, Clennell. Driver, Nathan, Stcarn-bridge, clothier.

Reid, Archibald, Pimlico, carpenter. Eglinig, J. E. Covent Garden, victualler.

Rolfe, W. Teignmouth, builder. Ehtrick, William, West Ham, farmer.

Rothery, John, and Pape, T. Leerls, seedl-crushers. Evbe, F. & Schmaeck, A. St. Mary Axe, merchants. Ryder, Arthur, London, cotton-merchant. Fisher, J. Lancaster, soap-manufacturer.

Sawden, R. S. Bridlington-quay, corn-factor. Flint, G. London-wall, merchant.

Seaton, Robert, Wentbridge, cotton-spinner. Fry, G. Newbury, Berks, mercer.

Smalpage, J. Lee:ls, woollen-draper. Gibson, J. Finsbury-square, merchant.

Stafford, Thomas, Bath, jeweller. Goxlwin, J. Bristol, coal-merchant.

Stead, Thomas, Thumhall, cotton-spinner. Giormdry, G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, bacon dealer. Taylor, Henry, Cominercial-road, master-mariner. Greenhouse, W. Ludlow, tanner.

Taylor, John, Lainbeth, Surrey, ironmonger. Slankes, R. Lincolu's-inn-Fields, hat-manufacturer. Thomas, Richard, Rochdale, hat-manufacturer. Ilartlaul, J. Gloucester, incrcer.

Thor!), John, Plyinouth, currier. lle tington, J. jun. York, grocr.

Tumstall, T. Liverpool, provision-merchant.

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