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The Rev. Robert James Carr was exa.

Mar. 7. At the house of Mr. W. Evans, in Weymined on behalf of the prisoner, who

mouth Street, Portland Place, Mrs. Margaret

Quarington, stated, that Mr. Walton had made appli - 17. Sarah, wife of R. Thorpe, Esq. L.L. D. cation to him for a license. Being con

late Chief Justice of Sierra Leone and Judge of

the Vice Admiralty Court of that Colony. fined to his house at the time, he request

· 20. At Milford, South Wales, Marianne, ed Mr, Walton to call in a day or two,

fourth daughter of Capt. Byers, of the Bonn during which period the Rev. Člergyman

bay Army, aged two years..

- 21. In her 20th year Miss Caroline Carnac, requested his curate to make inquiries daughter of the late James Rivett Carriac, Meme respecting the lady. Upon Mr. Walton's

ber of Council at Bombay.

On the same day, at Bristol, Lieut. Col. Henry second application, the witness declined

Balfoui, late of the East-India Company's Sergranting a license, and with the greatest vice, Bengal Establishment, consideration of kindness, begged of him

In the Strand, Mrs. Owen, wife of

R. Owen, Esq. late Chief Clerk in the Secre. to recollect the unhappiness he would give tary's Office, East-India House, to his mother by marrying this lady. Mr.

Jan. 12. At St. Helena, Robert Leech, Esq. Walton was determined to obtain a license

Member of Council. elsewhere, which the Rev. Gent. observed, had he been aware of, he would have prevented, by giving information of the INDIA SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. circumstances of the objection for his

Arrivals. refusal.

Feb. 27.-Deal, Lord Melville, Allen, from BenThe learned jndge summed up the evi gal. dence with much force and perspicuity,

Deal, Marquis Wellington, Nichol, from

Bengal. and the jury, after a short consultation, Mar. 1.---Liverpool, Monarch, Gascoyn, from returned a verdict of Guilty, but recom Bengal, mended the prisoner to mercy.

2,-Cowes, Jane, Boardman, from Batavia.

Deal, Phenix, Donald, from Bengal and The learned judge, in passing sentence, Cape of Good Hope. observed to the prisouer, that from the

Deal, Barrosa, Garrick, from Bengal and

Madras. frank and open manner in which she de. Deal, Victory, Braithwaite, from Bengal. clared her situation to Mr. Walton, as 3.-Gravesend, Regret, Welbank, from Benbeing previously married, and which was

Gravesend, Waterloo, Burnie, from Madras, partly proved in evidence, the crime with 5.-Margate, Lord Wellington, Kean, from which she was charged was much extenu

Bengal.

7.-Liverpool, Margaret Ann, Alexander, from ated, and that she would be visited with Isle of France, the least punishment the law in such cases 12.-Deal, William Pitt, Living, from Bombay. had provided. The seutence was six

Plymouth, Tamerlane, Franklin, from Cape

of Good Hope. months' confinement in the House of 13.-Gravesend, Cynthia, Whitt, from Cape of Correction at Lewes, and that it should

Good Hope. be attended with as gentle treatment as

21.- Liverpool, Ganges, Chapman,

from Bengal.

22.-Deal, Martha, Cogill, from Bengal. was suitable to her situation.

23.-Margate, Cerberus, Owen, from Bengal.

24.-Liverpool, True Briton, Head, from Ben. gal. Liverpool, Princess Charlotte,

from

Bengal.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS,

Departures.
HOME LIST.

Mar. 1.--Gravesend, Bombay Merchant, Clark

son, for Bombay. BIRTHS.

4.-Gravesend, Europe, Ashton, for Madeira

and Madras. Feb. 6. At Edinburgh, the lady of the deceased

Gravesend, Lord Cathcart, Brown, for BenSir John Carmichael Anstruther, Bart, of a

gal. posthumous son,

8.-Gravesend, Lady Carrington, Moore, for MARRIAGES.

Bengal.

Gravesend, Prince Regent, Harris, for Mar. 3. At Alveston, Warwickshire, W. H. C. India,

Plowden, Esą, third son of R, C. Plowden, 15.-Gravesend, Mangles, Bunn, for St. He-
Esq. of Devonshire Place, to Catherine, second lena and India.
daughter of Wm. Harding, Esq. of Baraset, Gravesend, James Sibbald, Forbes, for Ben-
Warwickshire.

gal, At St. Andrew's, Holborn, J. Barkworth, Gravesend, Alacrity, Findlay, for Cape of Esq. @f_Hull, to Emma, eldest daughter of Good Hope. Joseph Boulderson, Esq. of John Street, Bed. 20.--Deal, Cape Packet, Agnew, for Cape of ford Row,

Good Hope.

Falmouth, Swallow, Oliver, for Bombay. DEATHS.

22.-Deal, Marquis of Ely, Kay, for India. Feb. 22. At Brompton, Lieut. Col. Herbert

Lloyd, of the Company's Service, - 26. Mrs. Roberts, of Montague Square, Widow of J, W. Roberts, Esq, formerly of the

SHIP-LETTER MAILS FOR INDIA. China Establishment, 28. At St. Ann's Cottage, Hampstead, Mrs,

Cape of Good Hope and Prince of Wales' Island. Harriet Browne, wife of Tobias Browne, Esq.

Ships' Names.

Tons. Probable Time of Sailing. and the elder sister of Sir T. Stamford Raffles, Minstrel ...........

952 Apr, 15 Mar. 3. In Gloucester Place, Charles C. Skrine, son of Julian Skrine, Esq. late Resident at Cam.

Calcutta. bay, in the Company's Civil Service,

Thalia

960 Apr. 1 At Camberwell, Dr. Andrew High, late Deputy Inspector of Hospitals in the island of

Isle of France, Bombay, and Madras. Ceylon.

Mercury.... 352 Apr. 10

14.

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TIMES appointed for the EAST-INDIA COMPANY'S SHIPS of the SEASON 1817-18.

1817. 31 Dec.

1818. 15 Feb

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...lb. 0 6 6 Cotfee, Java..

cwt. 5 15 0 to 6 5 0 Cheribon

5 6 0

5 10 0 Bourbon

5 100 5 15 0 Mocha

6 15 0 7 0 0 Cotton, Surat..... .lb. 0 1 1

0 1 4 Extra fine.......

0 1 6

0 1 7 Bengal

0 0 10 0 1 1 Bourbon

0 2 0 02 8 Drugs, &c. for Dyeing. Alocs, Epatica.......cwt. 5 0

8 0 0 Anniseeds, Star....

5 0

5 5 0 Borax, Refined...

900 --- Unrefined, or Tincal Camphire unrefined..... 12 10 o -15 0 0 Cardemoms,Malabar..lb 0 3 9 06 6 Ceylon....

OS o
Cassia Buds... ...cwt. 19 0 0 20 0
Lignea...

13 o 0 15 10 Castor Oil...

lb. 0

1 10 0 3 10 China Root..........cwt. 2 0 0 Coculus Indicus...

2 8 0 2 15 Columbo Root....

2 13 0

2 15 Dragon's Blood... 30 0 0 35 0 Gum Ammoniac, lump.. 12 0 0 15 0 Arabic.....

5 0 0 6 0 Assafoetida..... 7 0 0 20 0 Benjamin .

8 0 0 35 0 Animi...........cwt. 8 9 0 10 0 Galbanum...

90 0 0 34 0 Gambogium ... 15 0 0 18 0 Myrrh.......

9 0 0 10 0 0 Olibanum..

8 0 0 8 10 Lac Lake..........

0 1 6 0 3 0 Dye....

0 5 9 - 070 Shell, Block.

3 0 0 7 0 0 Shivered

4 10 0

9 0 0 Stick....

2 0 0

5 0 Musk, China..........Oz. 1 60 1 70 Nux Vomica.........cwt. 1 4 0

1 10 0 Oil Cassia......

..OZ. 0 1 8
Cinnamon

0 14 0
Cloves..............

C 3 4
Mace...

0 1 0 0 1 6 Nutmegs ...........

0 1 0 0 1 6 Opium..

Ib. Rhubarb

0 4 6 0 11 6 Sal Ammoniac ......cwt. 5 5 0 Senna... .....lb. 0 1

0.26 Turmerick, Java ....cwt. 1 8 0 1 12 0

L. S. d. L. S. d. Turmerick, Bengal..cwt. 1 2 0 to 150 China

1 15 0

1 18 0 Zednary ... Galls, in Sorts...

11 0 Blue....

12 10 0 - 13 00 Indigo, Blue

..lb.
Blue and Violet..... 0 9 6

0 10 0 Purple and Violet ... 0 8 6

09 0 Fine Violet........ 0 8 3 08 9 Good Ditto....

0 7 9 08 3 Fine Violet & Copper 0 7 6

08 0 Good Ditto...

07 3 076 Fine Copper

0 7 3 0 7 6 Gond Ditto

0 7

07 3 Ordinary Ditto ....... 0 6 3

0 09 Ordinary

0 5 6

0 6 0 Fine Madras ..........

0 6 6

0 8 6 Manilla

0 6 3 0 7 6 Rice ........cwt. 1 4

2 30 Safflower.

....cwt. 4 0 0 Sago

.....cwt.

1 16 0 2 7 Saltpetre, Refined.....cwt. 4 o 2 10 0 Silk, Bengal Skein ......Ib. 17 2 1 10 7 Novi

1 7 4

2 3 3 Ditto White China

I 7 5 1 19 0 Organzine

2 10 0

2 18 0 Spices, Cinnamon .......... 011 2

0 16 2 Cloves ....

03
8

04 0
Bourbon..
Mace.

8 9

0 96 Nutmegs...

6 11
Ginger
cwt. 2 0 0

2 30
Pepper, Company's lb o 0 9
Privilege

0 0 9 -White.............. 0 0 11 Sugar, Yellow ......... cwt. 2 7 0 2 12 0

2 15 0 3 5 0 Brown

1' 18 0 2 50 Tea, Bohea..

.lb.' 0

26 0 2 7 Congou

0 3 0

03 5 Souchong

0 3 7

4 9 Campoi

0 3 1

9 7 Twankay

0 3 1

3 4 Pekoe ....

0 4 0

5 0 Hyson Skin ........ 0 3 1 0 4 2. Hyson

0 4 6

5 10 Gunpowder Tortoiseshell.

1 8 0

1 18 0 Woods, Saunders Red..ton 11 0 0 12 00

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LONDON MARKETS.

Friday, March 27, 1818. Cotton, -- The India Company have declared another sale of Cottons for the 24th proximo; only 2,700 bags are at present declared, but it is expected to be increased to 14,000 bales previous to the day of sale. The prices of Cotton are little varied since our last, except Bahias, which are scarce.

Sugar.-There is little variation in Muscovades; good Sugars continue scarce; a great proportion of the reduced stock being in the hands of speculators, occasions the importers to hold with great firmness.

Coffee.-There have been no public sales this week; the demand by private contract appears to have considerably revived ; several extensive parcels are reported to have changed hands; the prices are firmly maintained.

Spices. The demand appears improving; Cloves have been in request at advancing prices.- Pepper much enquired after.

GOODS DECLARED FOR SALE AT

THE EAST-INDIA HOUSE. On Wednesday, 1 April-Prompt 22 May. Sundry Baggage of Passengers and others uncleared, as per advertisement in the newspapers.

On Thursday, 2 April-Prompt 10 July. Licensed.-Rice.

On Thursday, 9 April-Prompt 10-July. Licensed and Private-Trade-Indigo.

On Tuesday, 21 April-Prompt 17 July. Company's.-China Raw-silk,

On Friday, 24 April-Prompt 24 July. Licensed.--Cotton Wool.

On Thursday, 30 April-Prompt 31 July. Licensed.--Sugar and Coffee.

On Wednesday, 13 May-Prompt 7 Augusto Company's. – Cinnamon - Nutmegs. - Mace Cloves-Oil of Nutmegs-Oil of Mace. 1

On the oth March the Court of Directors gave notice, that the Company's Cotton Piece Goods which may be offered for sale in June next, will be put up at Rates not lower than those which are affixed to the goods in the present March sale, with the exception of goods wliich have been or may be refused, and on which it may be necessary to make some reduction,

INDIAN SECURITIES AND

EXCHANGES. By accounts from Calcutta to the 3d November it appears that the Company's Six per Cent Paper was at from 2 Rupees, 12 Annas, to 3 per Cent. discount.-A new 6 per Cent. Loan had been opened at Bengal in October, upon the same terms as the Loan of August 1816.

The exchange in London on Bengal is at 25, 40. to 28. 4žd. and at Calcutta on London from 28. 6 d. to es. 70.

Daily Prices of Stocks, from the 26th of February to the 25th of March 1818.

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We have much pleasure in being leave it for decision, if a liberal the medium of communicating to subscription by the army and the the public the following plan for purchase by government of all jurelieving the widows and orphans nior commissions, would not attain of officers in His Majesty's ser the object. That his scheme may vice, a class of persons whose sor obtain the requisite sanction of gorows, inseparably connected with vernment, the projector has our the honor of their country, it is most cordial wishes; in that case not possible for justice to overlook. he is aware that it will be found His Royal Highness the Duke of capable of receiving various imYork has, we understand, so far provements which officers of comsanctioned the proposal as to ho- petent experience may suggest. If nor Major Scott with his thanks. there are difficulties

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of Not only, in our opinion, does the its being carried into effect, there project deserve attention from the can be no fear that in the minds military and naval services, but of the senior officers of the British as it proposes the means of re army they will be suffered to outlieving the country from the im- weigh the palpable benefits to the mense sums now devoted to the at service and the country. tainment of this most indispensible object, it prefers a claim to the impartial consideration of the legis

To the Editor of the Asiatic Journal, lature. The sum of two hundred SIR,- It is to be lamented that and eighty-one thousand four hun no general fund has been prodred and thirty pounds is now de- jected, whereby the widows and voted to answer the amount of the orphans of officers in his Majesty's compassionate, pension, and other service could be liberally relieved lists, and this sum, owing to the upon the decease of their husbands plan of retirement for serjeants, and parents, although it must be corporals, and privates, will be an apparent that in so large an army nually augmenting, and in the space infinite cases must occur annually, of twenty years will round itself of individual distress among wiinto a sum bearing an alarming dows, but still greater among the comparison to the charge of our children of deceased officers. His peace establishment, if something royal highness the Commander in be not immediately done; and we Chief, with that philanthropy Asiatic Journ. -No. 29.

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