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Course of Exchange, March 7. -Amsterdam, 12:1. Antwerp, 12 : 3. Ex. Hamburgh, 36 : 5. Frankfort, 152 Ex. Paris, 25; 20. Bourdeaux, 25:50. Madrid, 34 effect. Cadiz, 33 effect. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 47. Genoa, 444. Malta, 46. Naples, 381. Palermo, 116s. per oz. Oporto, 51 Rio Janeiro, 553. Dublin, 104. per cent. Cork, 101.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.-Portugal gold, in coin, £0:0:0 Foreign gold, in bars, £3:17: 105. New doubloons, £3:15:6. New dollars, 4s. 11}d. Silver, in bars, stand. 5s. 13d.

PRICES CURRENT.--March 4.-London, March 3, 1820.

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SUGAR, Musc.

B. P. Dry Brown, cwt. 60 to 65
Mid. good, and fine mid. 76

Fine and very fine,


96 Refined Doub. Loaves,

130 145 Powder ditto,

108 112 Single ditto,


112 Small Lumps

98 Large ditto,

96 Crushed Lumps,

MOLASSES, British, cwt. 30 31
COFFEE, Jamaica cwt.

Ord, good, and fine ord. 98 110
Mid. good, and fine mid. 112 122
Dutch, Triage and very ord. 85

Ord. good, and fine ord. 102 112
Mid, good, and fine mid.


117 $t Domingo,


105 PIMENTO (in Bond) Ib. 7


Jam. Rum, 160. P. gal). 3s 3d 3s 6d

4 6 5 0

9 30 Aqua,

6 9 7 0 WINES,

60 Claret, 1st Growths, hhd.

64 Portugal Red,


Spanish White,

pipe. 30

35 Madeira,

70 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton.


FUSTIC, Jamaica,


INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 9s 6d lls 6d
TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 1 0 1 11
Ditto Oak,

3 2 3 6
Christiansand (dut. paid) 2 0
Honduras Mahogany

St Domingo, ditto
TAR, American,

irl. 16


PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 8
TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand.


62 Home Melted,

HEMP, Riga Rhine,


Petersburgh Clean,


Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak.


58 Dutch,


11 45

MATS, Archangel, 103, 80

Petersburgh Firsts,


ASHES, Peters. Pearl,


35 Montreal ditto,


16 Pot,

38 OIL, Whale,

tun. 32

33 Cod,

84 (p. brl.) TOBACCO, Virgin, fine, lb. 19 0 95 Middling,

0 8 0 8

070 8
COTTONS, Bowed Georg.
Sea Island, fine,


Demerara and Berbice,
West India,

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January and the 23d of February 1820, extracted from the London Gazette.

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Amistead, W. Soyland, Halifax, worsted-spinner Lipsham, T. St James's-street, confectioner
Balme, J. Gommersal, Yorkshire, woolstapler Lynch, M. Church-street, Spitalfields, silk-many-
Bennet, S. A. Worship-street, coach-manufacturer facturer
Beaton, H. West Camel, Somerset, maltster Marks, W. St Michael's, Worcester, carver and
Beckwith, C. Preston, draper

gilder Blease, R. Altringham, flour-factor

Maund, J. New-street, Covent-Garden, mercer Boustead, M. M. Devonshire-street, dealer

Martin, P. Little Harrowden, baker
Bolingbroke, H. Great Yarmouth, merchant Medcroft, J. Lamb's Conduit-street, jeweller
Bracewell, J. Bramley, York, innkeeper

Merriman, W. H. New Bond-street, master mari-
Briant, W. Kennington, wine-merchant
Brander, J. & J. Barclay, Size-lane, merchants Millard, S. Gloucester, linen-draper
Brown, W. A. Wentworth-place, brewer

Millard, J. Minories, bellows-maker
Brooke, J. Huddersfield, tanner

Morling, W. Heybridge, Essex, brewer
Bunyer, J. Whetstone, dealer

Nappier, T. Potterne, Wilts, mealman
Buer, W. Church-street, Greenwich, butcher Norris, T. Ramsgate, grocer
Buck, J. Arundel-street, Strand, stationer

Norris, w. Romsey, Southampton, timber-mer-
Carrington, S. Ashborne, Derby, mercer

chant Carnes, w. Canal-row, Bermondsey, rope maker Nossiter, C. Grimsbury,

Northamptonshire, tanner Cattell, E. Milverton, Warwickshire, mealman Oastler, R. Horsforth, Yorkshire, dry-salter Chapman, R. Beccles, Suffolk, iron-founder O'Neill, T. Newcastle-street, wine-merchant Chance, J. Worcester, maltster

Owens, J. Kingston, Herefordshire, ironmonger Clarke, J. P. Drayton, Warwickshire, dealer Patrick, T. C. Austin-friars, insurance-broker Clarke, F. Leicester, boot and shoe maker

Pearson, J. Beeston, Roydes, Yorkshire
Cowell, S. Sutton at Hone, miller

Peircy, H. Brighthelmstone, grocer
Collier, T. Newport, Salop, liquor-merchant Peach, D. Camberwell, merchant
Davies, W. Caerphilly, Glamorgan, woollen-man Parry, T. sen. Boddicott, Oxfordshire, nurseryman

Powles, M. Ross, Herefordshire, mealman
Davies, T. King-street, tea-dealer

Raine, T. Bear-street, Leicester-fields, perfumer Danro, G. Linton, Kent, butcher

Richardson, J. Liverpool, merchant Dipper, F. Worcester, silk-mercer

Richmond, T. Nottingham, grocer Dutton, S. & J. Dunn, Liverpool, merchants Ritson, J. Carlisle, tallow-chandler Dundas, J. Carlisle, cattle-dealer

Roscoe, W. J. Clarke, and W. S. Roscoe, LiverDickens, E. Eynsford, Kent, draper

pool, bankers Dye, s. Norwich, grocer

Rutherford, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, woollenDyball, D. White Horse tavern, Fetter-lane

draper Elliot, H. Chippenham, Wilts, clothier

Rutledge, F. W. Lucas-street, Endicott, J. sen. Exeter, builder

Sargeant, J. Great Warner-street, brewer Farmer, J. Skinner-street, victualler

Saville, S. Stayley, Cheshire; cotton-spinner Ford, E. Lime-street, wine-merchant

Shaw, J. Micklehurst, Cheshire, clothier Fowle, R. Blandford, draper

Shuttleworth, T. Ipswich, linen-draper Fox, W. Exchange-buildings, stock-broker

Shuttleworth, J. & T. Stevens, Torkington, Ford, G. Oxford-street, silversmith

Cheshire, dealers Freame, T. Worcester, cabinet-maker

Simpson, A. St Swithin's lane, merchant Falljames, A. Greenhithe, baker

Smith, T. L. Ramsdon Cray, butcher Fullarton, J. Manchester, saddler

Solomon, G. Leman-street, Goodman's-fields, hardGallant, W. Leadenhall market, fishmonger

wareman Gibson, T. Whitehaven, butcher

Spence, T. Maryland-point, Stratford, dealer Giles, D. Syford, Berks, mealman

Spencer, s, Cumming-street, Pentonville, brickGribbell, N. & M. Hellyer, East Stonehouse, De. layer von, builders

Sperrin, T. Thornbury, Gloucester, tallow-chan, Green, T. Liverpool, auctioneer

dler Green, J. Exeter, wine-merchant

Stevens, J. Cherryhinton, Cambridgeshire, garGregson, T. Ormskirk, Lancashire, vintner

dener Greenland, E. Old Kent-road, carpenter

Stevenson, J. Broad-street, corn-chandler Gundry, T. Goldsithney, Cornwall, merchant

Stammers, T. & W. Button, Sudbury, miller Gundry, J. & W. Goldsithney, merchants

Stewart, C. Hull, spirit-merchant Gundry, J. Goldsithney, merchant

Swan, W. New-street, Commercial-road, master Hayzelden, W. Milton-next-Sittingbourne, Kent, mariner saddler

Taylor, T. Preston, Lancashire, tea-dealer Harper, J. Edgeware-road, cowkeeper

Taylor, J. Moreton-in-Marsh, wine-merchant Hayton, J. W. Greenfield, Flintshire, wire and Thomson, J. Manchester, bookseller iron manufacturer

Thomas, B. B. Plymouth-dock, brewer Haffner, M. Cannon-street, St George's, carpenter Tipping, T. Warrington, Lancashire, miller Henley, W. Holywell-street, silk-mercer

Tinson, w. Christ-church, Southampton, innHannah, T. Liverpool, builder

holder Hughes, J. & J. Clare, Liverpool, grocers

Todd, A. Catherine-court, Tower-hill, merchant Hill, J. Bristol, straw-hat-manufacturer

Turner, N. J. Tower-street, merchant Holroyd, J. Bradford, Yorkshire, calico-manufac Watson, J. & H. Friday-street, warehouseman turer

Walton, R. Wood-street, Cheapside, hosier Hutchinson, E. Nottingham, confectioner

Walker, J. jun. Axbridge, Somerset, brewer Jardine, J. C. Sheffield, draper

Weston, J. Tenterden, Kent, printer Johnson, J. Llandaff, shopkeeper

Weise, W. P. Tooley-street, hat-manufacturer Johnson, R. Francis-street, watchmaker

Wilkinson, C. Wormwood-street, dealer Jones, W. Eastcheap, wine-merchant

Williams, J. Crowland, grocer Jones, W. jun. Burscough, innkeeper

Williams, B. Birmingham, chemist Kendall, J. Brigham, Cumberland, miller

Wilson, R. Birmingham, merchant Kennard, C. Pett, near Hastings, tailor

Wilson, W. Seven Houses, Rotherhithe, corn-factor Knight, J. Fore-street, cheesemonger

Wilson, R. Bridge-street, Vauxhall, linen-draper

: Langworthy, E. Cannon-street, packer

Winterbottom, J. Manchester, druggist Lawton, T. & S. Roe, Strayley-bridge, Ashton Wire, J. Colchester, grocer under-Line, machine-makers

Windeatt, T. Bridgeton, Devon, woollen manufacLe Chevalier, Wotton-under-edge, Gloucestershire, turer brewer

Wood, J. Nottingham, hosier Lecand, L. R. Great Prescot-street, Goodman's Worthington, J. Warton, Lancashire, coal-merfields, carrer and gilder

chant Ledwich, N. R. College-hill, merchant

Worvell, W. Downton, Wilts, linen-draper





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ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 29th

February 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Bute, William, wright and builder, Glasgow Neilson, J.merchant, Waulk-mill-store, near Airdrie Cowan, William, filesher and horse-dealer, Paisley Plimpton & Co. merchants, Edinburgh, and John Cotton, Stephen, china and earthen-ware mer. Plímpton, sole partner of the firm chant, Glasgow

Robertson, Robt. & Co. spirit-dealers and umbrelDods, J. wright and builder, Greenside-row, Edin. la-manufacturers, Glasgow Douglas, James, merchant, Stirling

Whyte, Alex. merchant and candlemaker, Dundee Ewing, Miller, & Co. merchants, carrying on business as a company in Greenock; and at Newfound

DIVIDENDS. land under the firm of Miller, Fergus, & Co. Brodie, Geo. merchant, Leith; a dividend on the Glen, William, coal-master, merchant, and cattle. 11th March dealer, Armsheugh

Carrie, John, merchant, Arbroath; a final divi. Gordon, James, cooper and fish-curer, Aberdeen dend 31st March Gray, A. cloth-merchant and haberdasher, Irvine Henderson, Thomas and William, & Co. mer Henderson, T. jun. merchant, Anstruther Easter chants, Edinburgh; a dividend 13th March Howie, John & Joseph, merchants, spirit-dealers, Johnston, Dav. the late, manufacturer, Glasgow; shoemakers, and leather-merchants, Irvine

a final dividend 230 March Lang & Cochran, merchants, Glasgow

M‘Alister & Bryson, merchants, Glasgow; a diviLawrie, George & John, & Co. surgeons and drug. dend 15th March gists, Edinburgh

Sim, G. M. & Co. merchants, Glasgow; a divi. M®Kellar, Dugald, merchant, Greenock

dend 13th March Murray & Bonnar, booksellers and stationers, Stewart, John, general agent, Aberdeen; a divi. Glasgow

dend 3d April London, Corn Exchange, March 6.,

Liverpool, Feb. 29.

Wheat, s. d. 3. d.

s. d. 8. d. Wheat, red 64 to 68 Boilers

48 to 50 Fine ditto

Pease, grey 42 0 to 46 0

per 70 lbs.
68 to 70 New

white 50 0 to 58 0 Superfine ditto 72 to 76 Small Beans 43 to 16 English, new 10 0 to 10 6 Flour, Eng. pr. 240 lb White 64 to 68 Tick

38 to 41| American.
9 0 to 9 3 Fine

46 0 to 47 0 Fine ditto .. 70 to 74 Foreign 40 to 12 Dantzic

9 6 to 10 4 Irish

45 0 to 45 O Superfine 76 to 80 Feed Oats . 21 to 23| Dutch Red 90 to 9 8 Amer. p. 196 lb. old ditto ... 0 to 0 Fine

23 to 25 Riga - 8 6 to 90 Sweet, U.S. 40 0 to 120 Rye ... 32 to 34 Poland do .. 24 to 26 Archangel .8 6 to 90 Do. in bond 32 0 to 34 0 Barley ... 28 to 31 Fine

27 to 28 Canada .. 9 0 to 9 4 Sour 35 0 to 37 0 34 to 36 Potato do. 25 to 26|Scotch

9 8 to 10 2 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Superfine 38 to 42 Fine

28 to 30|Irish, new ,
9 0 to 9 3 English

32 0 to 34 O Malt, ... 50 to 60 Flour, p. sack 60 to 65 Barley, per 60 lbs.

28 0 to 31 0 Fine

65 to 72 Seconds 55 to 60 Eng. grind. 5 3 to 5 10 Irish 26 0 to 31 0 Hog Pease . 39 to 42 North Country 50 to 55-Malting 0 0 to 0 0 Bran, p.24 lb. 11 to 12 Maple 43 to 45 Pollard, per qr. 20 to 28 Scotch 5 0 to 5 6 White pease 43 to 461 Bran

12 to 14 Irish.

4 6 to 4 10 Butter, Beef, &c. Seeds, g c.March 7.

Oats, per 45 lb.

Butter, per cwt. s.
English pota. 3 3 to 3 9 Belfast

80 to 82
8. Trish, do.
32 to 3 4 Newry

79 to 80 Must. Brown, 10 to 14 Hempseed 45 to 56 Scotch do. 3 7 to 3 8 Waterford 70 to 71 -White 10 to 14 Linseed, crush. 56 to 64 Rye, per qr. 38 0 to 40 o Cork, pick. 2d 76 to 7? Tares. . 10 to 14 New, for. Seed 76 to 80 Malt, per b.

63 to 65 Turnips . 8 to 16 Ryegrass, 10 to 30 Fine.. 10 3 to 10 9 Beef, p. tierce 100 to 110 -New

O to 0 Clover, Red, . 35 to 95 Middling 8 3 to 8 9 Tongu. p. firk. 75 to 80 -Yellow 0 to 0 - White 50 to 110 Beans, pr er:

Pork, p. brl. 84 to 85 Carraway

65 to Coriander 14 to 17 English 50 0 to 54 0 Bacon, per cwt. Canary O to ol Trefoil, new . 42 to 75| Irish

44 0 to 46 0 Short middles 57 to 58 Rapeseed, £34 to £36.

Rapeseed £32 to £33 Hams, dry, 55 to 58



Pease & Beans.
1st,......38s. Od. Isto......255. 6d. 1st,...... 24s. 6d. 1st....... 20s. Od.

2d, ...... 24s. Od. 2d, .21s. Od. 2d
.32s. Od. 3d,.. .20s. Od. 3d, ......17s. Od. 3d, ......175. Od.
Average of Wheat, £1:15:5 6-12ths.

Tuesday, March 7.
Beef (17} oz. per lb.) Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf Os. 9d. to Os. 10d.

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 8d. to Os. Od. Lamb, per quarter

10s. Od. to 14s. Od. Butter, per lb. ls. 8d. to Os. Od. Veal Os. 8d. to ls. Od. Salt ditto,

1s. Od. to Os. Od. Pork

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Ditto, per stone 16s. Od. to Os. Od. Tallow, per stone 9s. Od. to 9s. 6d. Eggs, per dozen Os. 8d. to Os. Od.



Beans. 1st.......37s. Od. 1st,...... 25s. 6d. 1st,.. .23s. Od. 1st,......18s. Od. 1st,......19s. Od. 2d, ......35s. Od. | 2d,.......23s. Od. | 2d, 20s. Od. | 2d,......158. Od. 2d, ......16s. Od. 3d, ......32s. Od. 3d,

.20s. Od. 3d, ......17s. Od. | 3d,......13s. Od. | 3d, ......14s. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1:14: 6 3-12ths. Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, to the Week ended 26th Feb. 1820. Wheat, 65s. 10d.-Rye, 58s. 10d.-Barley, 35s. 3d.-Oats, 24s. 1d.-Beans, 448. 11d.-Pease, 48s. Id.

Beer or Big, Os. Od.-Oatmeal, 25s. 11d. Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland,

by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four

Weeks immediately preceding the 15th Feb. 1820. Wh eat, 51s. 98.-Rye, 36s. 5d.—Barley, 27s. 4d.-Oats, 21s. 3d.-Beans, 32s. 2d. - Pease, 31s. 11d.

Beer or Big, 24s. Id.-Oatmeal, 17s. 11d. Vol. VI.

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61 F. Bt. Lieut. Col. Poitier, from 50 F. Major,
vice Owen, dead

10 Feb.

62 Army. Lieut. Col. Hon. John Ramsay, of hp, late

R. Power, Ensign by purch. vice Beau-
clerk, 27 F.

3 do.
Clan-Alpine Fen. Inf. Colonel

67 W. M. P. Sweedland, Ensign, vice Mac12 Aug. 1819

Daniel 3 Dr. G. Abs. Surg. Williamson, from hp. 7 Dr. G.

20 Jan.

As. Sur. vice Coleman, exc. 3 Feb. 1820

Lieut. Stretton, from hp. vice Sloan, exc.
rec. dift.

3 Feb. 5

Foster, from hp. Assist. Surg. 73
vice Maginn, exch.

Lloyd, Capt, by purch. vice Coane,

4 Dr. Lieut. Alp to be Captain by purch. vice
Wright, ret.

Ensign Monck, Lieut. vice Murphy, dead 13 Jan.

2 do.
Fendall, Captain by purch. vice

Williamson, from 45 F. Lieut. by
Fayer, ret.

3 Feb.
purch. vice Lloyd

3 do.
Cornet Townshend, Lieut. by pur. 13 Jan.

P. Primrose, Ensign, vice Monck do.
Hawkins, Lieut. by purch. 3 Feb. 79 Lieute Cameron, from hp. Lieut. vicc
G. T. Hooker, Cornet by purch. 13 Jan.

Thomson, exch. rec. diff.

27 Jan. R. De Lisle, Cornet by purch. 3 Feb. 84

Westby, from hp. Lieut, vice St 8 Troop Quar. Mast. M. 1. Donahoo, Reg.

Clare, exch. rec. diff. Quar. Mast. vice Masters, dead. do. 10 Lt. Gen. Lord Stewart, G.C.B. Colonel do.

Brockman, from hp. 84 F. Lieut, 11 Lieut. Gage, from 31 F. Lieut. vice Ha

vice Bowsar, exch. rec. diff.

mond, exch,

Thomson, from hp. Paym. vice
Biggard, cashiered

27 Jan.
Foster, from hp. 25 Dr. Lieut. vice 90
Ormsby, exch.

Capt. Holmes, from hp. 78 F. Capt. vice
10 do.

9 Feb.

Holland, 1 R. V. Bn. 15 Dixon, Captain by purch. vice Bel

Lieut. Maclean, from hp. 3 F. G. Lieut.
lairs, ret.

vice Grant, exch. rec. diff.

27 Jan.
Cornet Elton, Lieut. by purch. do. 91
Gren.G. Ensign and Lieut. Erskine, Lt. and Capt.

Ensign M'Intyre, from hp. 3 W. 1. R.
Ens. vice Campbell, exch.

10 Feb.
by pur. vice Lord C. Fitzroy, 55 F. do. 92 Lieut. Gen, John Hope, formerly of 60 F.
Glanville, fm, hp Ens.


29 Jan. and Lieut.

do. Cold. G. Captain H. J. W. Bentinck, Adjutant, vice

Lieut. Madden, from 13 F. Captain, vice
Innes, dead

10 Feb.
C. Bentinck, res. Adjutant only

do. Rifle B. Capt. Stewart, from hp. Capt. Beckwood, 3 F. G. Lt. and Capt. Wigston, Capt, and" Lieut.

exch. Colonel by purch. vice Stewart, ret.

Gent. Cadet G. V. Creagh, from R. Mil

31 Dec. 1819

Coll. 2d Lieut. vice Peel
Lieut. Anson, Lleut, and Capt. by purch. IW.I.R. Lt. Chads, Captain by purch. vice Isles,

20 Jan. 1820

ret. Gent. Cadet Dixon, from Roy. Mil. Coll.

Ensign Myers, Lieut. by purch. Ensign and Lieut. by purch. do. 2 if. Gen. Marquis of Huntly, Colonel - 29 do.

Hosp. Mate B. O'Brien, Assist. Surg, vice


Dunn, Staff
Ensign Stephens, Lieut. vice Vaughan, Cape C. Lt. Stockenstroom, from hp. of the late

10 Feb.
E. Muller, Ensigu

Regt. vice Stockenstroom, exch. 10 do.

do. 1R. V.B. Brevet Major Holland, from 90 F. Capt. 6 J. W. Stuart, Ensign, vice Chambers,

vice Chapman, cancelled

3 do. dead


Lieut. Dean, from hp. R. Wag. Tr. Lieut. 8 Ensign Cotter, from hp. Ensign, vice

vice Gilbert, cancelled

do. Wainwright, exch. rec. diff. 27 Jan. 9 Captain Barnwell, from hp. 88 F. Capt.

Fothergill, from hp. 97 F. Lieut.


vice Fuller, cancelled vice Stirling, exch.

10 Feb. 27 Lieut. Maclean, Capt. by purch. vice Mol

Ensign Mackenzie, from hp. 8 W. I. R.
Ensign, vice Gordon, 7 v. Bn.

loy, ret.

20 Jan. Ensign Beauclerk, from 62 F. Lieut. by

Paym. Briggs, from hp. 58 F. Paym. do.

2 Lieut. Bambrick, from hp. 43 É. Lieut.
purch. vice M‘Lean, prom.

vice Walker, cancelled

do. 31 Lieut. Hammond, from 14 Dr. Lieut, vice

Young, 'from hp, 25 F. Lieut. vice
Gage, exch.

Dickenson, cancelled

37 Capt. Perry, from hp. 56 F, Captain vice
Stephens, exch.

O'Connell, from hp. 82 F. Lieut.
vice Green, cancelled

do. 38

Hardman, from hp. 83 F. Captain, vice Gallie, exch. rec. diff.

Ensign Ellar, from

hp. 35 F. Ensign do. do. 3 Brevet Maj. Wood, from

90 F. to be Capt

. 42 Gen. Earl of Hopetoun, G.C.B. Colonel

vice Mansfield, cancelled

do. 29 Jan.

Lieut. Stewart, from hp. 2 G. Bn. Lieut.
Lieut. Gen. Gore Browne, Colonel

vice Atkinson, cancelled

do. 46 Ensign Campbell, Lieut.' by purch. vice

Lynch, from hp. 99 F. Lieut. vice Vincent, 89 F.

3 Feb.

Challis, cancelled c. L. Leslie, Ensign

Fleming, from 90 F. Lieut. vice 50 Major Poo, from hp. 99 F. Maj. Wemyss,

Goslett, cancelled

do. exch.

10 do.

Black, from hp. 50 F. Lieut. vice Captain Baldwin, from 83 F. Capt, vice

Elliott, cancelled

do. Poitier, 61 F.

do Lieut. Seward, from hp. Lieut. vice Doug

M'Caul, from hp. 1 G. Bn. Lieut. vice Bateman, cancelled

do las, cancelled

27 Jan. N. Power, Ensign by purch, vice Cappage,

Qua. Master Buchanan, from hp. 5 G. B.

Quarter Master cancelled

20 do.

Lieut. Stobie, hp. Sicilian Regt. Lieut. 55 Brevet Lieut. Col. Lord C. Fitzroy, from

vice Pigott,

3 do. Gren. G. Major by purch. vice Hog, ret.

Cavevdish, from hp. 3 Gar. Bx. 27 do.

Lieut. vice Groves, cancelled 57

Lieut. Dix, Captain, vice Montgomerie, 7 Brevet Major Ross, from hp. 6 W. I. R.

10 Feb.

Capt. vice Gordon, cancelled
Ensign Montgomerie, Lieut.

Lieut. Warren, from 4 R. V. Bn. Lieut.
J. W. Taylor, Ensign

vice Perry, cancelled

I Nov. 1819 58 Ensign Hebden, from hp. 2 Gar. Bn, Ens.

Ensign Gordon, from 1 R. V. Ba. Ensign, vice Baynes, exch.

27 Jan.

vice Alexander, cancelled





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8 Lieut. and Adj. Crawford, from 90 F. O'Connor, from 88 F. rec. diff. with Licut.

Lieut. and Adjutant 3 Feb. 1820 Follett, hp. 97 F.
Ensign Skinner, from hp. 43 F. Ensign
vice Martin, cancelled


Resignations and Retirements.
Troop Quar. Master Jackson, from hp. 33

Dr. Ensign, vice Mac Math, canc. do. Lieut. Colonel Stewart, 3 F. G.
9 Lieut. Burke,from hp. 48 F. Lieut. do. Major Molloy, 27 F.
Stewart, Adjutant

do... Captain Wright, 4 Dr.
Quar. Master Hogan, from hp. 14 F. Ens.
vice Nickson, cancelled


Appointment Cancelled.
Ensign Maclean, from late 6 R. Vet. Bn.
Ens, vice Fraser, cancelled i Nov. 1819

Ensign Cuppage, 50 F.
Quar. Master Sloane, from hp. 2 W. I. R.
Ens. vice Komareck, canc, 3 Feb. 1820


Gen. Hon. Sir A. Maitland, Bart. 49 F. Feb. 1820
Royal Artillery.

Sir D. Dundas, G.C.B. 1 Dr. G. and Rifle
Gent. Cadet R. Luard, 2d Lieut. 8 Dec, 1819

Brig, at Chelsea College

18 Feb.
H. G. Teesdale, 2d Lieut.

Maj. Gen. John Lindesey, formerly Lieut. Colonel

16 do.
J. Gore, 2d Lieut.

5 F. Brighton
D. Dewar

9 Oct. 1819
Lt. Col. Sir J. Bontein, hp. Kelso Regt.

25 Dec,
Gen. Earl of Chatham, K.G. Governor of Gibraltar

Maj. Owen, 61 F. Up Park Camp, Jamaica 8 Noy,
29 Jan. 1820

Vallance, 73 F. Batticola, Ceylon
Lieut. Gen. Lord Beresford, G.C.B. Governor of

St Leger, 39 F.

11 May Jersey


Gomersall, hp. late 2 Gar. Bn.
Sir Brent Spencer, G.C.B. Governor

Capt. Butler, IF

do. of Cork

Duport, Royal Art. Demarara 25 Dec. · Hart, from 73 F. Governor of Lon

Lieut. Cameron, Adj. 1 F. donderry and Culmore


A. Macpherson, 59 F. Isle of France 11 May

Innes, 92 F. Up Park Camp, Jamaica
Medical Department.

19 Nov.
Jones, 67 F. Mullingaum

17 July Hosp. Assist. Teevan, from hp. Hosp. Assistant

16 Dec. 1819.

Hunt, Royal Engineers
Crouchley, hp. 85 F.

29 Dec.
Kemble, M.D. from hp. Hosp. Assist.

7 do.

D'Arcy, hp. 91 F.
Beecher, 6 R. V. Bn.

25 do.
Store-keeper General's Department.

Ens. Tottenham, IF.
Chambers, 6 F. Písa

20 Dec.
Assist. Store-keeper General J. Hare, Dep. Store-
keeper General

20 Dec. 1819
Chamberlain, 24 F. Ghazepore, Bengal

21 June
Tho. Broadbank Parr, As, Store-keeper Gen. do.

12 Aug.
Amos Lister,


Lowe, 2 W. 1. R. Gambia

Young, hp. European Gar. Company

Fredericks, hp. German Legion, Hanover

10 Jan. 1820

Dec. 1819
Major Buck, from 8 F. with Major Browne, hp. Paymaster Boyes, hp. 26 F.
98 F.

Quarter Master Parke, 1 F. Wallyahbad, Madras
Brevet Major Milner, from 18 Dr. With Capt. De

28 Aug,
Montmorency, 4 F.

Assist. Surgeon Swindell, hp. 1 Dr. Gds. Amherst-
Wilkie, from 38 F. with Capt. Frank burgh, Upper Canad

1 Sept.
lyn, hp. 10 F.
Lane, from 84 F. rec. diff. with Capt.

Commissariat Department.
Lynch, hp. R. W. I. Ran.

Assist. Com. Gen. Belson, Demarara 27 Noy,
Lieut. Ivers, from 8 F. with Lieut. Lord Bingham, Dep. Assist. Com. Gen, Howie, Jamaica 7 do.
hp. 3 F. G.
Usher, from 62 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Medical Department.
Macdonell, hp

Hosp. Assist. Cusins, Jamaica

14 Nov.

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THE mean temperature of February is considerably above the average of the same month
during the last four years, and the mean daily range of the Thermometer is upwards of
a degree less. The temperature, therefore, has been more equable thani s generally ex-
perienced in this climate. The warmest period of the month was the 6th, 7th, and 8th,
when the Thermometer rose above 50, the coldest was after the 18th, when the tempera-
ture of the night was frequently below 32. The mean of the daily extremes coincides ex-
actly with that of 10 morning and evening. The fluctuations of the Barometer are some-
what less than the annual average fluctuations, and the mean height is fully 3 tenths
higher than that of February for the last four years. The state of the Hygrometer in-
dicates an unusually dry atmosphere, owing to the prevalence of cold north-east winds to-
wards the end of the month. It will be found, on looking back to the first Number of
this work, that there is a striking coincidence between February of this year and the same
month of 1817. The difference both in temperature and dryness is in favour of the latter.
From the mild state of the weather about the 7th, it was expected that the severe winter
was to be followed by an early spring. These hopes, however, have been partially disap-
pointed by the stormy weather that set in towards the end of February, and which still
continues (March 2d,) with increasing severity.

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