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7th Sept.

1st Aug.

74 Ensign Ansell, fm. 67 F. Ensign, vice Lieut. Hon. W. S. Lascelles, fm. Gr. Gds, rec.

Vivian, dead 24th Aug. 1820. diff. with Lieut. Vernon, h. p. 79 C. Johnstone, Ensign, vice Wight, Cochrane, fm. 3 F. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. dead

do. Turner, h. p. 89 Lieut. Buchanan, fm. h. p. York Rang. Spencer, tm. 73 F. with Lieut. Godfrey, Lieut. vice Freer, 2 R. Vet. Bn.

31st do.

Chapman, fm. 89 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. 93 Serj. Major Dallas, Qua. Mast. ' vice Twigg, h. p. Rifle Brig. Crombie, 10 R. Vet. Bn.

do.

Browne, fm. 89 F. rec. dift. with Lieut. 1 W. I. R. Lieut. Anderson, fm. 21 F. Capt. vice Beckham, h. p. 43 F. Mayers, dead

Macdougall, fm. 91 F. rec. diff. with Lieut,
Major Burke, fm. 37 F. Lieut.-Col. vice Evans, h. p. 39 F.
Bradley, ret.

24th Aug.

Cornet Clagett, fm. 8 Dr. with Cornet Whitmore, I Ceyl. R. Lieut. Page, Capt. vice Stace, dead

19 Dr.

7th Sept. Richardson, fm. 6 Dr. with Ensign HeigOrdnance Department.

ham, 6 F. Roy. Art. Bt. Colonel Dickenson, Colonel Ensign Vyvyan, fm. 20 F. with Ensign M‘Der.'

29th July

mott, 52 F. Bt. Lieut.-Col. Leake, Lieut.-Col. do.

Carige, fm. 66 F. with Ensign Cookc, h. p. Bt. Major Farrington, Major

do. 3 Gar. Bn. Capt. Harrison, fm. b. p. Capt. do. Hosp. Assist. Haltridge, fm, full pay with Hosp.

- Kirby, fr. h. p. Capt. vice Lieut. Assist. Blair, h. p.

Col. Tulloh, h. p. 1st Lieut.

Jackson, ad Capt. 29th July Resignations and Retirements.

Burn, from h. p. Ist Lieut. vice
Treneh, h. p.

25th Aug

Lt. Col. Acklom, 1 Dr. Gds. 2d Lieut. Dalzell, Ist Lieut.

29th July

Bradley, 2 W. I. R.
Gossett, fm. h. p. 2d Lieut. do.

Capt. Goldrisk, 21 Dr.
Briscoe, fm, h. p. 2d Lieut. do. Gregorie, 22 Dr.
Beauchamp, fm. h. p. 2d Lieut. Brereton, as Adj. Camb. Mil.

21th Aug.

Lieut. Finch, 3 Dr. 2d Ass. Surg. Ogilvie, Ist Assist. Surg.

Cornet Parker, 8 Dr. vice Eddowes, h. p.

Ist Sept.

Assist. Com. Gen. Dallas
Nugent, fm. h. p. 2d Assist.
Surg.

do.

Superseded.
Medical Departinent.

Ensign Homan, 28 F.
Assist. Surg. Palmer, fm. h. p. Royal
York Rang. Assist. Surg. Forces

Deaths.
25th June.

Maj. Gen. Victor, Baron Alten, late Germ. Leg. Exchanges.

Aug. 1820.

Sir Wm. Nicholson, Bart. late of 72 F... Brev. Col. Burrows, fm. 14 F. with Brev. Col. Colonel Vaumorel, 30 F. Teddington, Middlesex M'Combe, 64 F.

29th Aug. Lieut. Col. Seymour, fm. 3 F. G. with Lt. Col. Lt. Col. Boland, Insp. Field Officer at Bristol Sir H. W. Carr, K. C. B. h. p. 71 F.

1st Sept. Daniell, fm. 54 F. with Lieut. Col. Cal Prior, h. p. Port. Ser,

11th June, vert, h. p. 72 F.

Maj. Watkin, 65 F. Kentish Town

31st Aug. Et. Lt. Col. Crooksharik, fm, 33 F. with Major Don. Mackenzie, h. p. R. African Corps, UrPhillott, h. p. 35 F.

tenhage, Cape of Good Hope 30th May. Farrer, fm. 81 F. with Bt. Lt. Col.

Capt. Gordon, h. p. 5 Dr. Gds. Geneva 30th July. Hon. Sir C. Gordon, h. p. 2d Greek L. I.

Mayers, 1 W. I. R. Barbadoes 21st do. Bt. Major Agnew, fm. & F. with Capt. De Havi Stace, 1 Ceylon Regt. in Essex

11th Aug. land, h. p. Malta Reg.

Lindemann, h. p. Foreign Waggon Train Capt. Terry, fm. 83 F. with Capt. Sanderson, h.

14th July. Lieut. Lecky, 67 F. Bombay

230 April. Craig, fm. 4 F. with Capt. Schultz, h. p. Keen, late 7 Vet, Bn. Wandsworth York Rang.

14th July. Reid, fm. 12 F. with Capt. Browne, 69 F.

F. Austin, h. p. 2d Prov. Bn. of Militia Thorpe, fm. 39 F. rec. diff. with Capt.

1st Sept. Hawks, h. p. 8F.

J. Fallon, h. p. 103 F. in Ireland 8th Aug. Lieut, Waldie, fm. 18 Dr. rec. dift. with Lieut.

Ensign Wight, 19 F. Doyne, h. p. 29 F.

Babbington, 3 W. I. R. Tobago - Drury, fm. 3 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. Mackenzie, 8 Vet. Bn. Dundee 28th Aug. Hughes, h. p. 21 Dr.

Adjutant Pye, Oxford Militia

24th July. Hon. H. Lascelles, fm. Gr. Gds. rec. diff. Quar. Mast. Hennessy, 67 F. Bombay 19th Apr. with Lieut. Douglas, h. p.

Dep. As. Com. Gen. Fleming, Montreal, Canada Hudson, fm. 39 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Burnett Rhodes, h. p.

Cochrane, fm. 47 F. with Lieut. Fraser, Erratum in last Month's List. 51 F.

Bunney, fm. 48 F. with Lieut. Russell, For Lt.-Col. Tulloh, R. Art. dead,read 86 F.

Lt.-Col. Tulloh, R. Art. placed on half pay.

p. 103 F.

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Rept at Edinburgh, in the Observatorij, Caltonhill.
Sept.

Attach.
Wind.

Sept.
Ther, Baro.
Weather.

Attach.
Ther.

Ther. Baro.
1820.

Wind. 1820.

Weather.

Ther.
Warm, clear
M. 40.3 -0.840 M. 58/W.
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M. 42 29.342 M. 58

16 E. 51 .890 E. 58/nod sunshine

E. 53

Showery.

:511 E. 56 high
M. 43 .915 M. 60 Сble.

M. 42
Ditto

.559 M. 56 }

Ditto.
E. 54 .910 E. 60 ) nod

.559 E. 55) mod
M. 413 .951M. 60 JE.

M. 37 .350 M. 54

1

N. Fair foren. Ditto

18 E. 56 .933 E. 60 mod

E. 17 .480 E. 50 S mod hail aftern. M. 48 .9151M. 60 E. Mild, rather M. 332 .631M. 52W.

Frost morn.

19 E. 56 .958 E. 60 mod dull

.686 E. 50 ) mod dull cold d. M. 46 .805 M. 60 Сble. Very warm

M. 362
.10NM 50 W.

Rain morn. 5

20
E. 58 .713 E. 60 S mod but dull

E. 49°28.999 E. 51 ) high fair day.
M. 48 .783 M. 61 s. Warm with

M. 53

.910 M. 52W. 6

21 E. 57 .775 E. 64 s mod sunshine

E. 50 29.28JE. 52 ) brisk

Showery.
JM. 163 740 M. 63 S. Dull, slight

M. 35
22
.452M. 51

Cble. Frost morn.
E. 59 .773 E. 61 mod shower rain

E. 46 .575 E. 51 ) mod

warm day, M. 44 .930 M. 62 S.

Fair foren.

M. 313.315 M. 50W. 8

Fair
E. 57 .940 E. 60 n.od

23 {

E. 55 .411 E. 18 ) high fair aftern. M. 51 .936 M. 61S. W.

M. 384 .3.8 M. 18 W.

fair day,
Ditto
9

21
E. 59
.796 E. 60 ) high

E. 47 .328 E. 52 ) mod rain night.
M. 53
.837 M. 64W.

M. 37
.212 M. 52 N.

Fair foren. 10

Ditto 1896|E. 51 nod

25 E. 61

E. 15 .101 E 51 ) mod rain aftern. M. 51 .999 M. 65W.

M. 372 .788 M. 51 N.

Frost morn. 11

Ditto .952 E. 66 mod

26
E. 62

E. 15 .788 E. 50 ) mod dull day.
M. 50
.888M. 68 Cole.
Ditto

M. 37 12

Rain morn. .794 M. 48N,

27{ E. 65 .862 E. 70 | mod

.770 E. 48 ) mod fair day. M. 56 .810 M. 69W.

Ditto 13

M. 392 28{

.564 M. 51Cble. Rain foren. E. 65 .756 E. 67 Smo

E. 50 .704 E. 53high fair aftern. M. 51 .430 M. 64W Rain foren.

M. 38 29{

.886 M. 52W. E. 56 .925 €. 62 ) high fair aftern.

Fair.

E. 18 .718E. 51 mod
M. 48
.101 M. 68 W.

M. 372 15

.125 M. 51S. W. Dull foren. E. 54 .2621E. 58 s'high Showery

.677 E. 51 šlaigh Train aftern. Quantity of rain, 1.208.

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The crop is now (with few exceptions) in the barn.yard, even in the most remote Highland districts. In the southern counties, and in early situations, the fields were clear by the 20th of last month. The weather still continuing dry, a considerable breadth of potatoe ground was cleared of the produce by the beginning of the present month, and now the most part of that useful root is secured for winter and spring use. Wheat turns out an excellent crop all over the country, and may, at least, be reckoned onefourth above a common average. Barley is less uniform. In the Lothians, that sort of grain is reckoned a fair crop, while, in most of the other corn districts, it is very deficient. Oats turn out better than was expected at the thrashiog-mill, and produces a fine well-filled sample, yiclding something more than meal for oats at the meal-mill, besides paying dues. Potatoes are deficient in quantity, but the quality is good. Turnips come forward slowly, and even young grass seems to indicate a want of moisture at the root. The sowing of wheat commenced, in kite situations, about the middle of September. The greater part of that grain is now committed to the soil, except where it is intended to sow after potatoes. The seed-bed has been, for the most part, over dry, and does not give a braird so soon by four days as at the same period last season. The braird is, in general, fair, and, from the open state of the soil at seed-time, it is to be expected that the plants will be able to resist the effects of the rains that may fall in the winter months. Little stubble land has, as yet, been turned over by the plough, the ground being rather dry for that operation,-a circumstance of rare occurrence in the middle of October. Farm produce of every description seems to be falling in price. Wheat, oats, and barley, have declined considerably since our last, and cattle, as we then anticipated, have met with dull sales, and brought ruinously low prices at the autumn markets. The partial failure of the turnip crop may have prevented many from buying in the usual quantity of lean stock for the feeding byre ; but this circumstance, of itself, is insufficient to account for the turn the cattle market has taken. -14th Oct.

The Aster amellus, which opened its blossoms last season on the 7th September, did not come in flower this season before the 18th. The temperature has, for the three past weeks, been considerably lower than in the corresponding weeks last year; and vegetation seems to be ten or twelve days later, Perthshire, 14th October 1820.

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271 787/25 6 38 0 32 6 1123 0 28 0 19 0210119 0 22 0 10 Oct. 4451/25 420132 6 ||23 0 26 6/18 0 21 0 190 920|| 10

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Wheat, 240 lbs.

Oats, 204 lbs. 1820.

Dantzic. For.red. British. Irish. British.

S. s. d. s. s. s. 8. ds. d. s. d. $. d. Sept. 20 37 38 01.30 36/28 38 0 170 21 22 23 0

2737 38 0.30 76128 38 0 16 0 20 0 20 22 6 Oct. 4 37 38 0.38) 36 27 38 of 16 0 20 0 2126 11 37 38 0.50

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29 864 Oct. 6 774

13 835

S. d. s. d. s. d. $. . S. S. d. s. s. d. s. s. d.

8, d. 8.d. s. d. 24 0 41 35 7 1122 26 0 16 29 0 16 21 017 92 0 Sept. 16 17 0 18 6 1 2 24 0 39 0 31 8 92 27 0 16 22 0 17 22 0 17 22 0 23|17 6 19 3 1 3 25 038 0 31 1 19 24 6 15 20 0 17 2017 22 0|Oct, 2018 O 19 9 1 3 23 0 38 631 18 23 0 13 18 0 17 22 17 22 0

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London.
Wheat.

Oats.
Beans.

Pease. Flour, 2010. Quar. 1820.

Rye. Barley.
per qr.
Fa&PoljPotat. Pigeon. Tiek. sowug., Grey. Pine. | 2d.

Lant. $. S. 8. B S. S. S.

S. 8. S. S. Is. S. 6. S.

d. Sept. 18 29 78 38 42| 28 54 18 25 28 38 40 30 35 10 45 40 40 60 65 55 Gol 11% 25 48 78 34 40|| 24 32 18

38 40 32 36 40 45 38 40 60 65/55 Gulu Oct. 2 38 74 34 40 22 34 ,18 25 22 22 36 40 150 35 10 44 138 1:|| 55 6050 5510 11 9 30 68 30 34 26 30 116 24 24 20 56 38 50 33 42 46 31 50 55 60 50 350 11

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Average Prices of Corn in Scotland for the Four Weeks preceding September 15. wheat, 689. 8d. -Rye, 43s. 1d.-Barley, 32s. 9d.--Oats, 26s. 3d.-Beans, 398.8.--Peake, tas. 2d.

Oatineal, per boli, 219. 54. Bear or Big, 27. a.

COMMERCIAL REPORT.

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PRICES CURRENT. OCTOBER 7, 1820.

LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. LONDON. TEA, Bohea, per lb.

@

2 1 2 2 Congou,

2 9 3 6 Souchong, SUGAR, Musc. cwt, B. P. Dry Brown,

60s. 63 58 61 56 60 58 60 Mid. Good, & Fine Mid. 76 86 63 76 61 76 61

67 Fine and very fine, 84 96

77 85 72 83 Brazil, Brown,

30 26

27 White,

31

34 51 Refined, Double Loaves, 130 146

1 l (lb.) 1 2 Powder ditto, 1106 1 to

92 113 Single ditto,

112

100 104
Small Lumps,
94 98

107 Large ditto, 92 96

94 87 96 Crushed Lumps, 47 56

48 50 MOLASSES, British, 29 30 27 28 28

25 6 COFFEE, Jamaicu, Ord. good, and fine ord. 123 132

118 129 120 128 104 130 Fine and very fine,

142 142 145 Dutch, Triage & very ord. 100 121

100 118 Ord. good, & fine ord. 124 136

120 133 St Domingo, 126 128

125 127 PIMENTO (in Bond), Ib. . 84

84 81 9 SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 3s Od 3 2

2 4 2 9 Brandy,

gal. 4 0 Geneva,

2 6
9

2.0 2 2 Aqua,

7 ] 74 WINES, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd.

64

35 0 65 0 Portugal Red, pipe, 35 46

500 54 0 Spanish White, butt. 34 55

300 65 0 Teneriffe, pipe,

32 Madeira, 60 63

35 45 LOGwood, Jamaica, ton,

5 15 6 0 5 6 15 6 10 70 Honduras,

6 0 6 6 7 0 7 10 6 10 70 Campeachy, 8

7 15 8 5 Pustic, Jamaica,

7
7 10 8 0 7 10

7 0 80 Cuba,

11 9 10 10 0 1 8 15 9 5 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, ib. 9s 6d 11 67 68 6 090 10 0 10 6 TIMBEN, Amer. Pine, foot, 1 6 1 8 Ditto Oak,

3 0 3 4 Honduras Mahogany, 14 18 2 1 8 0 14 0 11 Tar, American, brl.

18 19 | 170 Archangel, 18 19

18 0 TALLOW, Rus. Yel Candle, 57

57

51 Home melted, cwt. 60 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton, 47

43 Petersburgh Clean, FLAX, Riga Ta. & Dr. Ra. 60

59 60 Dutch, 58 200

55 65 Irish,

52 Mars, Archangel, 75 80

75 80
BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts, 13 10
Ashes, Petersburgh Pearl, 34 35
Montreal ditto, cwt. 41

37
38

41 Pot,

38
31 6
32

32 40 OIL, Whale, tun,

26

27 Cod, 84(p.brl)

26 TOBACCO, Virg. fine, lb. 8 8: 76

80 8 inferior,

6

60 34 39 COTTONs, Bowed Georgia,

10 1 0 0 9 1 0 11 08 Sea Island, fine,

I 10 2 11 1 10° 2.0 I 7 2 0 Demerara and Berbice,

13 15 1 1 1 4 1 1 Pernambucco,

14 148) 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 34 Maranham,

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