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Religious Tract Society
Collection on the King's
Letter for the Society$50,000
for the Propagation of
the Gospel-neatly

Total of one year L. 337,482 4 6
13. THE QUEEN. Since the commence-
ment of the proceedings against her Ma-
jesty, the addresses of condolence and en-
couragement to her have been more nu-
merous than before; on Wednesday 35
addresses from various parts of the country
were presented, and her Majesty has ap-
next to receive a num-


haber amounting to above thirty.
grant a Paken to Bow-Street saw

Placards. On Saturday
illiterate boy, who


to could not read, was
to Police Office, London, charged with distri-
buting handbills of a seditious and treason-
brable tendency, in the neighbourhood of the
To House of Lords. They had been given
him, he said, by a gentleman, who paid
el him a shilling, and promised to reward
liberally. The bills purported to come
19 from the Queen's Plate Committee. Mr
Pearson attended, and said that he believed
what the prisoner had stated was true, and
that he had been in pursuit of the said

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of another gentleman, Mr Williams, that
he was a respectable man, and would at-
tend to answer the charge on Monday.
Mr Franklin, however, failed to appear,
and upon sending to his house, it appeared
that he had fled through the night. Mr
Pearson then boldly stated that this gen-
tleman was a man of independent fortune,
and had a son an officer in the guards;
that he had gone on in this course of dis-
(tributing, at great expence and trouble,
seditious and treasonable placards gratui
tously, by hundreds of thousands, for a
period of three years, which placards had
been imputed to the disaffection of the
people; and that he had done all this un-
der the protection, and by the authority of
government. Mr Pearson said he had evi-
dence to prove these charges, and obtained
a warrant to apprehend Mr Franklin. He
afterwards applied to Lord Sidmouth, to
exert the authority of his department, to
prevent the delinquent from escaping from
the country; but his Lordship, after ex-
amining into the matter, replied that he
reason for his interference. It has
saw no reason f
since been learned, that Franklin has fed
to France; and Mr Pearson, with Vickery,
the Bow-Street officer, have gone there in
daots The
mount of
of the revenue for the quarter ended
yesterday is L. 10,874,000. The amount
only of 1819 was
L. 9,781,000, leaving a surplus of
nearly eleven hundred thousand pounds in




three days, and begged our of this quarter, to which is to be

Assessed Taxes
Land Taxes....

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the amount of the quarter for Ireland, about L. 190,100. The charge for the corresponding quarter, last year, was L. 9,434,565, leaving a surplus in that quarter of L. 347,034, but in this quarter L. 1,000,000, to which is to be added the account for Irewill make the whole surplus

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Stamps............... 21,672,165


L. 12,587,100

CAP. XXVI. For the Encouragement and Improvement of the Coasting Trade of Ireland. June 30, 1820.


Cap. XXVII. To regulate the Appointment and Tenure of the Office of Clerk of the Peace in Ireland. June 30. Cap. XXVIII. To repeal an Act made in the Fiftieth Year of the Reign of his late Majesty, for regulating the Fees of Coroners in Ireland, upon holding Inquisitions, and to make other Provisions for that purpose. June 30.

Cap. XXIX. To Enlarge the Powers of the Governors of the Foundling Hospital in Dublin.-June 30.

Quarters ended. 450 Mignora


Cap. XXX. For relieving Ewart Rutson and Company of Liverpool, and others, from the Bonds granted for the Duties on certain Spirits accidentally destroyed. June 30.



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L. 11,435,544

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Cap. XXXI. For raising the Sum of Twenty-nine Millions by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty, July 8.



Cap. XXXII. To permit the Importation of Coffee from any Foreign Colony or Plantation in America into the Port of Bridgetown in Barbadoes.--July 8. 0! Cap. XXXIII. To amend and continue, until the Thirty-first Day of December One thousand cight hundred and twentythree, several Laws relating to the Encouragement of the Greenland Whale Fisheries, to the allowing vessels employed in the said Fisheries to complete their full number of men at certain Ports. July 8.

Cap. XXXIV. For further continuing, until the First Day of January One thou sand eight hundred and twenty-six, so much of an Act passed in the Fifty-sixth-July 8. Year of His late Majesty as permits Subjects of His Majesty the King of the Netherlands to import and export certain Articles into and from the Colonies of Demerara, Berbice, and Essequibo, in Ships not of


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Acts passed in the First Year of the Reign of George IV., are in the First Session of the Seventh Parliament of the United Kingdom.

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the Build of the Dominions of His said Majesty.—July 8.

Cap. XXXV. For the better securing Monies and Effects paid into the Court of Exchequer at Westminster, on account of the Suitors of the said Court, and for the Appointment of an Accountant General and Two Masters of the said Court; and for other purposes. July 8. dar

Cap. XXXVI. For Allowing Appeals from Towns Corporate and Franchises, in certain Cases, to the General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace of the Counties in which they are situate.July 8.


Cap. XXXVII. To increase the Power of Magistrates in the Appointment of Special Constables.-July 8.

Cap. XXXVIII. For fixing the Rates of Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers and others on quartering Soldiers.July 8,

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lating to Smuggling, and the Coasting, lating to the House of Industry in Dublin. Trade in Great Britain. July 15, -July 15.

Cap. XLIV. To continue, until the Fifth Day of July 1821, an Act of the Fifty-ninth Year of His late Majesty, for rendering the growing Produce of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom, arising in Great Britain, available for the Public Service.-July 15.

Cap. L. To carry into Effect certain Licences permitting the Removal of Negro Slaves from the Bahama Islands to Demerara. July 15.

Cap. XLV. To continue certain Duties on several Articles, the Manufacture of Great Britain or Ireland respectively, on their Importation into either Country from the other.July 15.

Cap. LI. To regulate the rebuilding of the Town of St John's in Newfoundland, and for indemifying Persons g giving up Ground for that purpose.-July 15. "Cap. LII. To continue, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March 1821, an Act made in the Forty-sixth Year of His late Majesty, for permitting the Importation of Masts, Yards, Bowsprits, and Timber fit for Naval Purposes, from the British Colonies in North America.-July 15.

Cap. LIII. To continue, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March 1821, so much of an Act of the Fifty-ninth Year of His late Majesty, as allows Santa Maria Wood and Teak Wood to be imported free of Duty-July 15.

Cap. XLVI. For raising the Sum of One million five hundred thousand Pounds British Currency, by Treasury Bills in Ireland, for the Service of the Year 1820. -July 15.

Cap. XLVII. To revive and to continue for Two Years, and from thence un til the End of the then next Session of Parliament, Two Acts, made in the Fortyseventh and Fiftieth Years of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, for the preventing improper Persons from having Arms in Ireland. July 15.

Cap. XLVIII. To revive and continue for Two Years, and from thence until the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Laws relating to Yeomanry Corps in Ireland. July 15.

Cap. XLIX. To amend the Laws re


Sept. 1. Mr Harvey Strong, to be Consul at Glasgow for the United States of America. Members returned to serve in Parliament. County of Louth-Honourable John Jocelyn. County of Kilkenny-Honourable Charles Harwood Butler.

Cap. LIV. To continue, until the First Day of August 1825, Two Acts of the Forty-fifth and Fiftieth Years of His late Majesty, allowing the bringing of Coals, Culm, and Cinders to London and Westminster by Inland Navigation.-July 15,

1 Dr.

Cap. LV. For giving further Facilities to the Proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, and for giving certain Powers to Justices of Assize.July 15.






Sept. 7. Rev. William Buins, presented by the King to the Church and Parish of Kilsyth.

Oct. 10. Rev. Abraham Hume of Windsheil, presented by Sir W. P. H. Campbell, Bart. to the 21 Church and Parish of Greenlaw.


4 F.

16 F.



1 Dr. Gds. Captain Elton, to be Major by purch.
vice Lieut. Col. Acklom, ret.
7th Sept. 1820.
Lieut. Hibbert, Capt. by purch. do.
Cornet Manning, Lieut. by purch. do.
Hon. J. Kennedy, from 1 Dr.
do. 37
Chamberlan, Lt. by purch, vice
Garth, 37 F.
24th Aug.
Hon. J. Kennedy, Cornet by purch, do.
Sir L. P.Glyn, Bart. Cornet by purch.
vice Kennedy, 1 Dr.
7th Sept.
Cornet Mackenzie, Lieut. by purch.
vice Finch, ret.



W. Moore, Cornet by purch.
Cornet Lyster, Lieut. by purch. vice 67
Towers, 21 Dr.


B: Thornhill, Cornet by purch.
W. T. Harrison, Cornet by purch, vice
Parker, ret.






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Lieut. Towers, from 7 Dr. Capt. by
purch. vice Goldrisk, ret. 8th July.
Cotton, Capt. by purch. vice Gre-
gorie, ret.
14th Sept.
Cornet Harrison, Lieut. by purch. do.
Bt. Lieut. Col. Anwyll, Major by purch.
vice Piper, prom.
3d Aug.
Lieut. Bennet, Capt. by purch. do.
Ensign Hon. M. Arbuthnott, fm. 74 F.
Lieut. by purch.
14th Sept.
G. Hedley, Ensign by purch. vice Bre-
ton, prom.
3d Aug.
Lieut. Bates, Capt. vice Maltby, dead
24th do.

Ensign Grant, Lieut.
T. Jones, Ensign

do. do.

2d Lieut. Lindsay, 1st Lieut. vice An-
derson, 1 W. I. R.
7th Sept.

J. P. Bute, 2d Lieut.

Wheatley, Ensign, vice Homan, superseded


Bt. Lieut.-Col. Vigoureux, Lieut.-Col.
vice Vaumorel, dead
Bt. Major Murray, Major
Lieut. Jones, Captain

do. do.


Ensign Backhouse, Lieut.
G. Mansel, Ensign
Captain Bruce, Major by purch. vice
Burke, 2 W. I. R. GA 24th Aug.
Lieut. Garth, fm. 1 Dr. Capt. by purch.
Paymaster Jellicoe, fm. h. p. 60 F.
Paymaster, vice Darley, dead
14th Sept.
Lieut. Place, Capt. vice Watkin, dead

T. Knox, Ensign, vice Ansell, 74 F.
24th Aug.
Assist. Surg. Martin, fm. h. p. Assist.
Surg. vice Dermott, dead


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Ensign Ansell, fm. 67 F. Ensign, vice Vivian, dead 24th Aug. 1820. C. Johnstone, Ensign, vice Wight, deaddo. Lieut. Buchanan, fm. h. p. York Rang. Lieut. vice Freer, 2 R. Vet. Bn. 31st do. Serj. Major Dallas, Qua. Mast. vice Crombie, 10 R. Vet. Bn. do. 1 W. I. R. Lieut. Anderson, fm. 21 F. Capt. vice Mayers, dead 7th Sept. Major Burke, fm. 37 F. Lieut. Col. vice Bradley, ret. 24th Aug. 1 Ceyl. R. Lieut. Page, Capt. vice Stace, dead



7th Sept.



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Ordnance Department.
Roy. Art. Bt. Colonel Dickenson, Colonel

29th July

do. do. do.

Bt. Lieut.-Col. Leake, Lieut.-Col.
Bt. Major Farrington, Major
Capt. Harrison, fm. h. p. Capt.

2d Lieut. Dalzell, 1st Lieut.

Kirby, fm. h. p. Capt. vice Lieut. Col. Tulloh, h. p. 1st Aug 1st Lieut. Jackson, 2d Capt, 29th July Burn, from h. p. 1st Lieut. vice Trench, h. p. 25th Aug. 29th July Gossett, fm. h. p. 2d Lieut. do. Briscoe, fm. h. p. 2d Lieut. do. Beauchamp, fm. h. p. 2d Lieut. 24th Aug. 2d Ass. Surg. Ogilvie, 1st Assist. Surg. vice Eddowes, h. p. 1st Sept. Nugent, fm. h. p. 2d Assist. do.

Surg. Medical Department. Assist. Surg. Palmer, fm. h. p. Royal York Rang. Assist. Surg. Forces 25th June.


Brey. Col. Burrows, fm. 14 F. with Brev. Col. M'Combe, 64 F.

Lieut. Col. Seymour, fm. 3 F. G. with Lt. Col. Sir H. W. Carr, K. C. B. h. p. 71 F.

Daniell, fm. 54 F. with Lieut. Col. Calvert, h. p. 72 F. Bt. Lt. Col. Crookshank, fm. 33 F. with Major Phillott, h. p. 35 F.

Farrer, fm. 81 F. with Bt. Lt. Col. Hon. Sir C. Gordon, h. p. 2d Greek L. I. Bt. Major Agnew, fm. 8 F. with Capt, De Havi

land, h. p. Malta Reg.

Capt. Terry, fm. 83 F. with Capt. Sanderson, h. p. 103 F.

Craig, fm. 4 F. with Capt. Schultz, h. p. York Rang.


Reid, fin. 12 F. with Capt. Browne, 69 F. Thorpe, fm. 39 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Hawks, h. p. 8 F.

Lieut. Waldie, fm. 18 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. Doyne, h. p. 29 F.


Commanders. Whitworth Lloyd George Blackman William Finlaison Edward Purcell

W. J. H. Johnstone

Superannuated Commanders.

Thomas Edwards

Thomas Relph
John Brand

Drury, fm. 3 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. Hughes, h. p. 21 Dr..

Hon. H. Lascelles, fm. Gr. Gds. rec. diff. with Lieut. Douglas, h. p.. Hudson, fm. 39 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Rhodes, h. p.


Cochrane, fm. 47 F. with Lieut. Fraser, 51 F.

Bunney, fm. 48 F. with Lieut. Russell, 86 F.

Lieut. Hon. W. S. Lascelles, fm. Gr. Gds. rec. diff, with Lieut. Vernon, h. p.

Cochrane, fm. 5 F. G. rec. diff. with Lieut: Turner, h. p.....

Spencer, tm. 75 F. with Lieut. Godfrey,

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Chapman, fm. 89 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Twigg, h. p. Rifle Brig.

Browne, fm. 89 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Beckham. h. p. 43 F.

Macdougall, fm. 91 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Evans, h. p. 39 F. Cornet Clagett, fm. 8 Dr. with Cornet Whitmore, 19 Dr.

Richardson, fm. 6 Dr. with Ensign Heigham, 6 F.

Ensign Vyvyan, fm. 20 F. with Ensign M'Dermott, 52 F.

Carige, fm. 66 F. with Ensign Cooke, h. p. 3 Gar. Bn.

Hosp. Assist. Haltridge, fm, full pay with Hosp. Assist. Blair, h. p.

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Prior, h. p. Port. Ser.
Maj. Watkin, 65 F. Kentish Town

Don. Mackenzie, h. p. R. African
tenhage, Cape of Good Hope
Capt. Gordon, h. p. 5 Dr. Gds. Geneva
Mayers, 1 W. I. R. Barbadoes
Stace, 1 Ceylon Regt, in Essex
Lindemann, h. p. Foreign Waggon

Lieut. Lecky, 67 F. Bombay

14th July F. Austin, h. p. 2d Prov. Bn. of Militia 1st Sept. J. Fallon, h. p. 105 F. in Ireland 8th Aug. Ensign Wight, 79 F

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Babbington, 3 W. I. R. Tobago Mackenzie, 8 Vet. Bn. Dundee Adjutant Pye, Oxford Militia Quar. Mast. Hennessy, 67 F. Bombay Dep. As. Com. Gen. Fleming, Montreal, Canada




Keen, late 7 Vet, Bn. Wandsworth




Erratum in last Month's List.

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

Lieutenants. James Vashon Baker James Kingston Jonathan H. Peel John Templeman M. B. Jones Peter Christie J. B. Lorraine Charles Murray Robert Smart

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Jolin Hamilton (b)

Surgeons. William Clarke James Forrester

28th Aug. 24th July. 19th Apr.


James Clase
James L. Marchant

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Thos. Dunn

Geo. Roberts (act.)
John Saunders
Gilbert King
Rt. Guthrie
Wm. Burn
A. Martin
Rt. Whitelaw
A. Montgomery

E. P. Coxe

G. W. C. Courtenay



A. G. Barrette
James Kingston
C. R. Milbourne
Frederick Chamier
Thos. Laurence
H. F. Greville

Jas. Forrester A
John Rainey
Douglas Kirk
Wm. Clarke
Jas. Low (act.)





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Jas. V. Baker

M. B. Jones Tobianos
H. S. Head
Henry Williams (act.)
W. C. Sanders (act.)
Jas. M'Donald
John Billingsleys and
G. B. Torrane do
Wm. Hutchinson (b.)
T. B. Bond (act.)
Chas. Fleetwood
Wm. Fletcher from
Wm. Picking
John Hamilion (b.)


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Thomas Connolly (012
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Thos. Phippstw
Hon. F. Maude (act.)
F. J. St. J. Mildmay
Jas. Wigston
John Hudson, (b.) F. L.
Peter Christie
Geo. Markham (act.)
J. H. Peeling
Chas, Murray him on
Raymond Evans

Wm. Clarke

John M'Claren 40 yd

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John Ferguson 9 262
George Robertson
George Sibbald
Thomas Mitchell


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