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any attempts to compel them to it. Not were accordingly made for her accommowithstanding this, however, a partial illu. dation; and afmultitude, never exceedes!, mination commenced about six o'clock, in it is said never equalled, in number, as. most parts of the Old Town, and in some sembled in the streets of London on the inferior streets of the New Town, which, occasion. The Queen rode in procession, as the evening advanced, became more ge- accompanied by the following cavalcade, neral. About nine o'clock, riotous bands which was arranged by Sir Robert Wil. of young men and boys assembled, and son :paraded the chief streets of the New Town, Three Trumpeters on horseback. demolishing, without opposition, the win
Sir Gerard Noel. dows which were not illuminated.
Stewards with whi:e wands, four abreast. early hour the corners of the bridges were
Three Trumpeters. taken possession of by a disorderly multi. Column of Gentlemen on horseback, four tude, and whenever a person of respectable abreast, about 700 in number. appearance passed, the cry got up, “ Off
Three Trumpeters. hats for the Queen,” and such as had the
Sir Robert Wilson. temerity to refuse compliance, were imme Stewards with white wands, four abreast. diately assailed with showers of mud and Her Majesty's carriage, surrounded by filth, not unfrequently accompanied by Gentlemen on horseback with white blows. In the afternoon, the magistrates wands, containing her Majesty, accomhad assembled a strong civil and military panied by Lady Anne Hamilton. force at various points ; consisting of the Stewards with white wands, four abreast. Edinburgh volunteer infantry and cavalry,
Three Trumpeters. a part of the 7th dragoon guards, and the Gentlemen from the western parts of the high constables, and police of the city ; but county, ou horseback, four abreast, this force was not called into action till
in number about 500. near eleven o'clock, when they soon cleared The Hon. Keppel Craven, her Majesty's the streets, but before this period, damage Chamberlain, was in the next carriage, had been done to windows and other pri- and was followed by Mr Hobhouse, in fuli vate property, amounting to above L. 2000. Court-dress, in a private chariot. Fifty For their not fulfilling the promise of pro- horsemen followed, and a number of pritection held out to the inhabitants, while vate carriages, in which were several elesuch a powerful force was at their disposal, gantly-dressed females. As soon as her Mathe magistrates have been by some persons jesty had passed through the gate at Hyde severely censured ; while others approve of Park Corner, the eastern division of horsetheir forbearance, and consider that by it men, who had formed in Piccadilly, took the greater danger was avoided by not the lead to conduct her Majesty as far as bringing the military in contact with the Temple-bar, the Hammersmith division fallmob, until the feelings of the latter had ing into the rear. The number of carbeen allowed to vent itself in the work of riages which now joined the procession was destruction. Leith was, on the same even- considerable, and the pedestrians beyond ing, partially illuminated, and many of all calculation. Fron: Hyde Park to St those who did 10t choose to do so were Paul's, the streets presented one solid mass visited in a similar manner. A few win- of people, and every window, from the dows were again lighted up in Edinburgh basement to the attic, and even the top of next night, but all was quiet.
the houses, were filled with spectators.
The procession passed along St James's. THE QUEEN.—Her Majesty, since the Street, Pall. Mall, Cockspur-Street, and the withdrawing of the Bill of Pains and Penal- Strand, amidst the waving of handkerties, has received numerous addresses of chiefs and the cordial cheers of countless Congratulation from various parts of the thousands. country.
Her Majesty was received at the church The Hon. Keppel Craven, one of her by the Lord Mayor, and entered it leaning Vice-Chamberlains, has written to Lord upon his arm. Archdeacon Bathurst had Liverpool, demanding a Royal Palace for come to London on purpose to preach beher Majesty, to which his Lordship repli- fore the Queen ; but notice was sent that ed, that he had laid the demand before the the Dean of St Paul's would not allow serKing, but had not received any commands mon on the occasion. Her Majesty was on the subject. In consequence of this de- scarcely seated when the service commenmand, a project has been suggested in ced. Her Majesty knelt a great part of the London, of building a Royal Palace for time. Her veil nearly half covered her face. her Majesty, by subscription ; and con Next to her, on the left, sat Lady Anne siderable sums have been actually given Hamilton and Mr Hume, on the right Sir by individuals for this purpose.
R. Wilson and Mr Hobhouse. Below her Her Majesty having intimated her in. Majesty stood Mr Keppel Craven, opposite tention of attending divine servive at St to her sat the Lord Mayor, Aldermen Paul's on the 29th ultimo, preparations Wood, Waitliman, and Sheriff Williams,
and Alderman Wood's two daughters. The the prayers ended, and her Majesty and Queen's name was omitted in the Liturgy, the Lord Mayor retired arm in arm. Her but no notice was taken of the omission by Majesty drove off amidst the shouts of the the congregation. At forty minutes past one multitude.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
II. ECCLESIASTICAL. Oct. 18. Mr George ('orsan, ordained minister of the Relief Congregation, Hawick.
Nov. 11. Rev. Robert Kirkwood, presented to the Church and Parish of Holyrood.
16. The Rev. David Cannan, admitted minister of Mains and Strathmartine.
23. Rev. James Wallace, to be assistant and successor to the Rev. Dr D, Lamont, minister of Kirkpatrick-Durham.
-Rev. John Jattray, presented to the Chuch and Parish of Dunbar.
– Rev. Robert Gordon, to the Chapel of Ease, $t Cuthbert's Parish, Edinburgh.
-Rev. John Glegg, to the church and Parish of Bervie.
29. Rev. John Moore, to the Archdeaconry of Exeter
--Rev. James Wood, D. D. to be Dean of the Cathedral Church of Ely,
Lt. Billing, Capt. vice Galbraith, 4 R. Vet. Bn.
19th Oet. 1820. Ens. Bruce, Lt.
do. W. H. Church, Ens.
do. Lt. Hair, Capt. vice Williamson, & R. Vet. Bn.
do. Ens, Proctor, Lt.
do. J. B. Dalway, Ens.
do. J. Le Merchant, Ens. více Lord S. Lennox, 28 F.
26th do. Ens. Comwall, fm. 38 F, Lt. by purch. vice Brooksbank, 25 F.
19ch do. Lt, Stewart, Capt. vice M Laren, & R. Vet. Bn.
9th Nov. Ens. Dickson, Lt.
do. B. F. Noyes, Ens.
do. Capt. Magenuis, fm, 37 F. Capt. viec Moriarty, h. p. 71 F.
19th do. Ens. Mountsteven, Lt. vice Wilkinson, dead
26th do. Ens. Lord S. Lennox, fm. 10 F. Ens.
25th do, Bt. Lt. Col. Grant, fm. h. p. 11 F. Maj. vice Phillott, canc.
16th Nos. Capt. Barrallier, fre. h. p. 71 F. Capt.
vice Magennis, 28 F. 19th Oct. H. Grimes, Ens. vice Cornwall, 21 F.
do. J. S. Torrens, Ens. yice Vassall, 50 F.
26th do. Ens. Johnson, Lt, vice Lenn, 10 R. Vet. Bn.
20 Nov. J. G. Bedinfield, Ens.
do. Capt. Mitehell, fm 92 F. Capt, vice
Ellis, h. p. York Chass. Lt. tterson, Capt. vice Mitchell, 7 R. Vet. Bn.
19th Oct. Ens. Tudor, Lt.
do. J. B. Ross, Ens.
do. J. S. Torrens, Ens. vice Nicolls, 72 F.
26th do. Ens. Vassall, fm, 38 F. Ens. vice Tarrens, cancelled
do. Lt. Elliott, Capt. vice Beardsley, ret.
9th Nov. V. J. P. Gore, Ens. vice Brown, prom.
26th Oct F. Fortune, Ens. vice Douglas, res.
25th Mar. J. Donnithorne, Ens, rice Mathison, dead
2d Dec, 1819. Surg. Mackesey, fm, 62 F. Surg. vice Burrell, dead
12th Oct. 1820. Ens, Eliot, Lt, rice Baynham, dead
7th Dec, 1819. Ens. Empett, Lt. by purch, Fice Horton, 81 F.
5th Oct. G. Strangways, Ens. by purch.
do. Ensign Nicolls, im. 50 F. Ens, vice Enery, res.
26th do C. A. Vallencey, Ens. by purch. vice Arbuthnot, 1th F.
19th do. Ens. Campbell, Lt. vice Morrison, 9 R. Vet. Bn.
26th do. A. Brown, Ensign
do. Lt. Horton, fm. 71 F. Capt. by purch. vice Bowles, ret.
5th do, Ens. Oakley, Lt. vice Armstrong, 10 R. Vet. Bn.
19th do. E. Harrison, Ens.
do. Lt. Carroll, Capt. vice Turner, 10 R. Vet. Bn.
do. Ensign Reade, Lt.
do. R. R. Harris, Ens.
do. W. Thomas, Ens, vice King, prom.
Ist Aug. 1814. Capt. Noel, fm. h. p York Chas. Capt.
vice Mitchell, 19 F. Nov, 2d 1820.
III. MILITARY. 5 Dr. G. Lt. Griffiths, fm. h. p. 79 F. to be Qua. Mast. vice Cochran, h. p.
19th Oct. 18:20 6
Lt. Caulfield, Capt. by purch. vice Ferguson, ret.
9th Nov. Connet Langley, Lt. by purch. do. C. W. Webster, Cornet by purch.
do. 10 Dr. Lt. Cartwright, Capt. by purch. vice Floyd, 11 Dr.
16th de. Cornet Earl of Wiltshire, Lt. by purch.
do. T. Wood, Cornet by purch. do. 11 Capt. Sir H. Floyi, Bt. fin. 10 Dr. Maj.
by purch. vice Childers, prom. do, H. Ross, Cornet by purch. Vice Gooch, prom.
19th Oct. 16 Lt. Baker, Capt. by pur. vice Dt. Mej. Weyland, ret.
do. Cornet Tuite, Lt. by purch. do. Sir T. W. White, Bl. Comet by purch.
do, 17 Bt. Lt. Col. Wilson, Lt. Col. by purch. vice Werge, ret.
25th Mar, Bt. Maj. Sale, Maj, by purch. do. Lt. Robinson, Capt. by purch. do. Comet Raven, Li, by purch. do. J. Verron, Cornet by purch. vice Kierulf, prom.
21th Sept. Gr. Gds. Lt. and Capt. Higginson, Capt. and Lt. Col. by purch. vice Colquitt, ret,
26th Oct. Ens. and Lt. Long, Lt, and Capt. by purch.
do. Ens, and Lt. Greenwood, fm. h. p. Ers. and Lt. by purch.
Lt. and Capt. Barnett, Capt. fand Lt.
Col. by purch. vicc Col. Hamilton, ret.
do. Eus. Gossip, Lt. and Capt. by purch.
do, J. R. Barker, Ens, and Lt. by purch.
p. 13 F.
Rifle Brig. Ist Lt. Hope,, Capt. vice Chawner, 4
28th Oct, 1820. 2 Lt. Otter, 1st Lt.
Lt.-Gen. Glasgow, R. Art. Lon.
do. Hon. - Grey, 2d Lieut. vice Otter,
Major-Gen. Barrow, of late 5 W. I. R. at Paris,
16th Aug. prom.
16th do. Melical Department
Victor Baron Alten, late Ger. Leg.
Col. Sir W. Robe, R. Art. Shooter's Hill, Kent Ramsay, fm. h. p. As. Surg.
5th Noy. Forces, vice French, 67 f. 19th Oct. Lt. Col. De la Douespe, 69 F. Bangalore
19th April Hosp. As. White, fm. h. p. Hosp. As. Forces, vice Trigance, 17 F. 2 Nov.
Tomkins, Nassau, New Providence
1th Sept. Erchangés.
Major Doherty, 13 Dr. Bangalore 12th June
11th Aug. Lt. Col. Ponsonby, fm. 12 Dr. rec. diff. between Burn, late of R. Marines, Maidstone full pay Cav. and full pay Inf. with Lt. Col.
13th Oct. Brotherton, h. p. 22 Dr.
Capt. Livingston, h. Major Bishop, fm. 64 F. rec. diff. with Bt. Lt. Doig, h. p. 21 É. Col. Bailey, h. p. 1 Pro. Bn. of Mil.
Morrison, h. P.
113 F. Bt. Lt. Col. Wilby, fm, 90 F. with Capt. Paget, Forbes, h. p. 93 F. h. p. 31 F.
Grimstead,'h. p. York R. Capt. Grenfell, fm. 7 Dr. rer. diff. with Capt. Wilsonn, h. p. Indep. Towers, h. p. 21 Dr.
Friedericks, h. p. Ger. Leg.
25th April Gokismid, fm. 12 Dr. rec. diff. with Capt.
10th Feb. Craufurd, h. p. 60
28th Jan. Hervey, fm. 22 F. with Capt. French, 82 F. Struver,
29th June Burton, fın. 33 F. with Capt. Rist, h. p. 37 F.
11th May Cox, fm. 37 F. with Capt. East, h. p. 30 F.
Baker, h. p. 63 F.
8th Sept. Lieut. Manners, fm. 1 Life Gds. with Lieut. J. Lieut, Wilkinson, 28 F. Corfu Hall, h. p. 6 Dr
Howard, (avlj.) 59 F. Berhampore 11th May Hughes, fm. 3 Dr. Gds. with Lieut. Mer Higginbotham, 69 F. Bangalore do. cer, 70 F.
Dunlerie, 87 F. Dinapore
15th April Burne, fm. 3 Dr. G. rec. diff, with Lieut. Grant, h. p. 52 F.
9th do. Carrol, h. p. 92 Dr.
Mitchell, h. p. 89 F. Bombay 4th June 1819. Baghott, fm. 3 Dr. with Lieut. M'Queen, Anderson, late 2 Vet. Bn. May 1820. 80 F.
Maciean, late 6 do.
21st June h. p.2 F. G.
Wellwood, h. p. 32 F. Pittiver, Fifeshire Boyd, fm. 11 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
7th July M'Cruininin, b. p. 78 F.
Eversfield, h. p. 7 Dr. Ball, fm. 22 F. rec. diff. with Licut. Green, Leech, h. 12 Dr. h. p.
Leavach, h. p. 21 F. Gray, fm. 24 F. with Lieut. Wall, h. p. Adderley, h. p. 35 F. 40 F.
Roddey, h. p. 38 F. Cornwall, fm, 24 F. with Lieut. Keppel, Meagher, h. p. 43 F. Cape Corps
M'Quarrie, h. p. 74 F.
Primrose, h. p. 98 F.
P: 3 Pro. Bn. of Mil. Crabb, h. p. 58 F.
. Percival, fm. 63 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Hon, W. Leeson, h. p. Indep. Douglas, h.
Spreebach, h. p. Ger. Leg.
16th May p. 11F
Corn. & Ens. Bingham, 17 F. Bombay 230 April Forbes, fm. Rifle Brig. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Fearon, h. p. 1 F. Rochfort, h. p.
Blood, h. p. 92 F. Cornet Whitmore, fm. 8 Dr. rec. diffwith Cor.
Pollmann, h. p. 78 F. Hanover net Wathen, h. p. 21 Dr.
27th Sept. Ensign Stafford, fin. 27 F. with Ensign Ogilvie,
Wallis, h. p. Ind. Co.
1st April 87 F.
Rose, h.p. 86 F. Limerick 12th Aug. Satterthwaite, fm. 35 F. with Ensign Dick
Luders, h. p. 20 Dr. ens, b. p. 34 F.
Brock, h. p. 55 F.
Gauthey, h, p. 59 F. 65 F.
Stent, h. p. 79 F.
Making, h. p. 4 W. I. R.
Fricke, (Cornet) h. p. As. Surg. Magrath, fm. 61 F. with As. Surg.
238 April White, h. p. York Chas.
Sander, h. p. Ger. Leg. 19th Feb. Davy, fm. Staff As. Surg. with As. Surg. Adjut. Bernell, h. p. Oxford Fen. Cav. 17th Mar. Lloyd, h. p.
Simon, h. p. Fraser's Fen.
Quar.-Mas. Smith, h. p. 4 Dr.
Tarleton, h. p. 18 Dr. 2d Nov. Col. Hamilton, 3 F. G.
Wheeler, h. p. Wagg. Train
Dep. Ass. Cum. Gen. T. Harvey, at sea
Fleming, Montreal, Canada Capt. Ferguson, 6 Dr. Gds.
ilth July Beardsley, 51 F.
Dr Wright, h. p. Physician
A. Thompson, h. p. Dep. Insp.
Dr Walker, h, p. Assist. Surg. 71 F. Paris 20 Nov.
J. Blair, Hosp. Assist. Jamaica
Forsyth, h. p. Assist. Surg. 41 F.
do. Major Phillott, 33 F.
101 F. Ens. Torrens, 50 F.
M Mullen, h. p. do. Roy. African Corps Surtees, 4 Vet. Bn,
Norris, h. p. Hosp. Assist.
Dr Fruster, late Chaplain 90 F. Bathwick
20th June Qua. Mast. Hill, Rifle Brig.
do. 80 F. Dismissed.
do. 83 F.
w. Tongue, Dep. Judge Advocate at Jamaica Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. Brander.
M. 26 29.673 . 3} high fair day:
17 M. 33
3 M. 33
22 M. 42
IAM. 35 29.115 M. 431/w.
.480 M. 19 N. W. Frost morn.
.505 E. 45 mod fair.
.751 M. 49fble. Fair
.882 E. 50 s mod
.951 M. 46 W. Rain morn.
.999 E 15 mod dull day.
.598 E. 41 inod fair aftern.
.520 M. 39 N. 13
.789 E. 39 s mod Irain mid-d. M 229 .801 M. 57W. Frost morn. 15
TE. 35 .801 E. 38 ) Imod Itair day.
8 E. 50
Frost morn. E, 32 .562E. 33
.153 M. 40 W. Dull, but E. 40 .202 E. 41 Smod fair.
M. 31 .422 M. 40 W.
,491 M. 42W.
Ditto. 20 IM. 36 .270 M. 45 S. W.
E. 46 ,168 E. 49/mod Rainy day. 21 M. 48-4
.236 M. 51 US. W. Fair, but UE. 53 250 5: high dull
.375 M. 51 S. W. fair and UE. 45 .376 E. 18 inod mild. 23 IM. 38
,338 M. 46 Cble. (E. 45 .258 E. 45 mod Rainy day.
IM. 35 21
.291 M. 14 N. W. Fair, but (E. 40 .381 E. 44 Sinod dull 25
IM. 292 .505 M. 41E. Frost moru. (E. 40° .435 E. 43 ) mod fair day.
M. 50 .410 M. 45/. 26
Fair, but E. 46 .530 E. 41 mod dull. 27
M. 39 .686 M. 44 | E. Mild and
E. 43 .746 E 45 mod fair.
M. 35 .925 M. 45 E.
E. 37 .986E. 41 ) mod fair day. 30
M, 32 .914 M. 47 N. W.
.91-1/E. 40 ) mod" "Ditto.
10 |E. 41 11 E. 36 12 E. 42
From the middle of November to the 10th of the present month, the weather continued open and mild; from the 5th to the 10th the thermometer often stood as high as 54° Fahrenheit, and never fell below 47o. Frequent showers had rendered the soil rather moist, and under this unusually high elevation of temperature at this period of the season, vegetation made rapid progress. Early sown wheat assumed a lively, close, and vigorous appearance. The frost, which has been pretty severe since the 11th, will have given the plants a check that may not be unfavourable to their growth in the summer months. Late sown wheat came up fair, and the plants acquired sufficient strength to enable them to resist the winter frosts.-Cattle are now fed by the hand, and sheep that have been sent to the low pastures continue to pick a scanty subsistence on the moors. The partial failure of the turnip crop has prevented the feeding byres from being so well filled as usual ; a little addition has, indeed, been gained to early sown turnips since our last, but late turnips have only acquired an additional bulk in foliage. The usual number of sheep are not this season fed on turnip grounds, and this may occasion a brisk demand in the butcher markets by the end of March. Farm labour of every description was in an urusal state of forwardness before the frost set in, and farmers are now employed in carting out dung to turnip and potatoe ground, where the soil was too wet for bearing carts during the continuance of the soft weather. There is still little inducement for farmers to thresh out, and from the unbroken appearance of many stack-yards, it may be inferred that this operation is something in arrear. The last crop, particularly wheat and oats, turn out better than even was expected, but still the prices will not remunerate the grower. Grain of every description has met with a dull market since our last, nor is there any prospect of a sudden rise. The prices of cattle, however, has improved considerably within these six weeks past ; those cattle. dealers who purchased largely about the end of October in the northern markets, realised handsome profits at Hallow Fair. Draught horses are at this season in little request, and sell at low prices. The want of regular employment convinces the labourer and the mechanic, that the advantages of cheap corn are more apparent than real. ' Farmers, merchants, and manufacturers, believe that all is not well, but they have not hitherto condescended unanimously on any mode that is likely to prove of mutual advantage.
Tulips appeared above ground about the 5th December. The Tritoma media, an exotic, was in full flower by the 9th. The arbutus tree is now in full blow, and many of the young fruit begin to set.-Perthshire, 14th Dec. 1820.