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Ensign Clarke, Lieut. vice Hilliard, 4 R. Vet. Bn. 12th Oct. 1820. W. H. Hartopp, Ensign by purch. do. Ensign W. J. King, Lieut. vice Moulson, dead 29th Jan. Ensign Stuart, Lieut. 28th Sept. F. White, Ensign, vice Newton, 8 R. Vet. Bn. 21st do. G. C. M. L. W. S. Johnston, Ensign, vice Stuart 28th do. Lieut. Munro, Adj. vice Crawford, 8 R. Vet. Bn. 11th May 2 W. I. R. As. Surg. Haskins, fm. Med. Staff, Surgeon, vice Murray, h. p. 28th Sept. Hosp. As. Maclauchlan, As. Surg. vice O'Beirne, appointed to Staff 12th Oct.
Dr Nicoll, Surg. to the Forces, Dep.
Lieut. Glasson, 2 F. Demarara 22d July 1820.
Ross, late 5 R. Vet. Bn.
Carter, h. p. 15 F. Liverpool
21st Feb. 1818.
Moore, h. p. 60 F. Portobello.
Alterations and Additions.
1 Life Gds. Lt. J. Hall, fm. h. p. 6 Dr. Lt. vice
Cornet Tuite, Lt. by purch.
Ensign Bruce, Lt.
do. do. do.
W. H. Church, Ensign
Lt. Hair, Capt. vice Williamson, 8 Vet.
Ensign Proctor, Lieut.
East, fn. h. p. 30 F.
Barrallier, fm. h. p.
Lt. Douglas, fm. h. p. 68 F. Lt. vice
Hughes, fm. 3 Dr. G. Lt. vice Mer-
Lt. Baldwin, fm. h. p.
Horton, fm. 71 F. Capt. by purch.
Lt. Carroll, Capt. vice Turner, 10 Vet.
Ensign Reade, Lieut.
Capt. Paget, fm. h. p. 31 F. Capt. vice Wilby, exch. do. 4 R. V. Bn. Capt. Galbraith, fm. 1 F. Capt. vice Mackay, cane.
Mitchell, fm. 50 F. Capt. vice Odlum, canc. do. Bt. Maj. Williamson, fm. 2 F. Capt. vice Fairtlough, cane. Capt. Turner, fm. 87 F. Capt. vice Browne, canc. do. Lieut. Jones, fm. h. p. 60 F. Lieut. vice Eagar, canc. do. Medical Department.
Lt. Patterson, Capt. vice
Ensign Tudor, Lieut.
As. Surg. Ramsay, fm. h. p. As. Surg. to the Forces, vice French, 87 F. do.
M. 40 E. 49 3 M. 40
Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill.
29.677 M. 51 W.
29.960 M. 47
.788 M. 46
.203 E. 45
N. W. Frost morn.
mod S. mod S. high
28.369 M. 46 N.
.865 E. 41
,985 M 42)W.
Quantity of rain, 2.656.
Frost morn. fair day. Rain foren. fair aftern.
Rain all day.
Dull, but fair.
Rain morn. fair day.
Dull, but fair.
Dull, but fair.
THE dry weather which prevailed throughout the harvest months was succeeded on the 16th October by heavy rains; on the 22d, the rain that fell amounted to near an inch in depth, and the whole rain that has fallen since our last amounts to nearly three inches, yet, from the previous very dry state of the ground, it is still (in general) in excellent condition for being turned over by the plough; indeed, breaking up stubble lands is now nearly over, and on light soft soils, we observe some that has already received the seed furrow. On strong black lands farmers are ploughing in the dung with the first furrow, for potatoes; and on high grounds, some clover ley has received the oat seed furOn tenacious soils this operation cannot properly be entered upon till the season is much farther advanced; and farmers are now quite at leisure, and can attend to the thrashing out, and disposing of their grain, with due deliberation.
The thermometer has ranged between 30° and 50° Fahrenheit for these four weeks past; though it stood several times below the freezing point, yet hoar frosts have not been so frequent, or severe, as is usual at this season. In low lying swamps, vegetation has certainly received a slight check, but in high airy situations, the tenderest plants have hitherto suffered no injury. Turnips have improved much in size since the date of our last, and being for the most part later than usual, they still continue in a growing state. Cattle continue to receive a considerable part of their food on pastures, a circumstance something favourable for hill farmers, whose stock of fodder has been rather deficient, both in barley and oat straw. About the beginning of the present month, grain experienced a slight rise in price, but last week markets have become rather dull. Cattle have lately met with a brisker sale at some of the northern markets than was expected, and dealers have bought up largely for Hallow Fair. Sheep have also improved in price. Potatoes sell at low prices, occasioned, perhaps, by an expected demand for the London market, which induced many to plant more than the usual breadth, but the demand from the south has not, this season, been nearly to the expected amount.
Fair foren. rain aftern.
The appearance of young wheat is everywhere most flattering, and seems to be about the same stage of forwardness as at this period last season. 14th November 1820.
Average Prices of Corn in Scotland for the Four Weeks preceding October 15. Wheat, 30s. 6d.-Rye, 403. 7d.-Barley, 29s. 6d.-Oats, 23s. 1d.-Beans, 38s. 6d. -Pcase, 38s. 4d. Oatmeal, per boll, 19s. 3d.-Bear or Big, 26s. 11d.
Course of Exchange, London, November 10.-Amsterdam, 12: 2. Ditto, at sight, 12: 5. Rotterdam, 12 : 9. Antwerp, 12 : 9. Hamburgh, 37: 8. Altona, 37 9. Paris, 3 days sight, 25: 80. Bourdeaux, Frankfort on the Maine, 26: 10. Madrid, 344. Cadiz, 34. Leghorn, Gibraltar, 30. Genoa, 432. Oporto, 48. Rio Janeiro, 544. Dublin, 6 per cent. Cork, 7 per cent.
Prices of Bullion per oz.-Foreign gold in bars, L, 3: 17: 104. New doubloons, L.3 15 6. New dollars, L. 0: 4:10. Silver in bars, standard, L. 0 : 4 : 11.
Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.--Guernsey or Jersey, 15s. 9d.-Cork or Dublin, 15s. 9d.-Belfast, 15s. 9d.-Hamburgh, 25s.-Madeira, 20s.-Jamaica, 30s.-Greenland out and home, 4 gs. to 5 gs.
Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from October 18 to November 8, 1820.
Oct. 18. Oct. 25.
3 per cent. reduced,
3 per cent. consols,
3 per cent. do.
4 per cent. do. www.
5 per cent. navy annuities
Exchequer bills, 21d.
French 5 per cents. ~~~~
Anderson, J. East India Co.'s Ship Inglis, mariner
Bosher, W. Aldersgate-street, jeweller
Clayton, P. Waterloo-place, Pall Mall, saddler
Gilbert, M. and R. Tideswell, Derbyshire, linen-
Griffiths, G. Cursitor-strcet, jeweller
Jeremy, C. Acre-lane, Clapham, linen-draper
Latham, J. Abingdon, grocer
Lee, J. Horslydown-lane, lighterman
Leigh, R. Hanley, Staffordshire, dealer in ale
Marfitt, R. Pickering, Yorkshire, currier
Meakin, W. Eccleshall, Staffordshire, grocer
Alison, Joseph, Glasgow, merchant
Braidwood, Francis, Edinburgh, stone-merchant
1041 221 26 pr.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced between the 20th extracted from the London Gazette.
September and 20th October 1820;
Norris, C. and R. Bury, Lancashire, cotton-spin
75 f. 5 c.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced October 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Woolcott, C. F. High Holborn, window-glass cut
Young, T. Cheltenham, fishmonger