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Cours of Exchange, Dec. 7.—Amsterdam, 12 : 13. C. F. Ditto at sight, 12: 10. Rotterdam, 12 : 14. Antwerp, 12:7. Hamburgh, 37. 6. Altona, 37:7. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25: 60. Ditto 25: 90. Bourdeaux, 25: 90. Frankfort on the Maine, 156. Petersburgh, per rble. 9. Us. Vienna, 10:18 Ef flo. Trieste, 10: 18 Ef. flo. Va. drid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Bilboa, 35. Barcelona, 35. Seville, 35). Gibraltar, 30%. Leghorn, 47. Genoa, 43?. Venice, 27: 60. Malta, 45. Naples, 39. Palermo, 119. Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 50. Rio Janeiro, 42. Bahia, 50.

Dublin, 8. per cent. Cork, 9 per cent.

Prices of Gold and Silveř, per 02.-Foreign gold, in bars, £3: 17 : 101d. Nev Dollars, Os. Od. Silver in bars, stand. 4s. Ildd.

PRICES CURRENT, December 6.

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LEITH
B. P. Dry Brown, .cwt. 57 to 60
Mid. good, and fine mid.

70

80 Fine and very fine,

80

80 Refined Doub. Loaves,

130

145 Powder ditto,

100

110 Single ditto,

88

102 Small Lumps,

88

92 Large ditto,

82

86 Crushed Lumps,

44

56 MOLASSES, British, cwt.

25
COFFEE, Jamaica,
Ord. good, and fine ord. 100 110
Mid. good, and fine mid.

120
Dutch Triage and very ord.
Ord. goed, and fine ord. 120

135 Mid. good, and fine mid. 135 140 St Domingo,

122

126 Pimento (in Bond,)

7

8 SPIRITS,

Jam. Rum, 16 O. P. gall. 2s 2d 28 4d
Brandy,

4 3 4 6 Geneva,

2 0 2 3 Grain Whisky,

69 7 0 WINES, Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 45

55 Portugal Red, pipe.

30

42 Spanish White, butt. 34

55 Teneriffe,

pipe.
30

32 Madeira,

55

65 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton. £7 7 7 Honduras,

8 Campeachy,

8 FUSTIC, Jamaica,

7

8 Cuba,

9

11 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, Ib. 7s 6d 10s 6d TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 1 6 1 8 Ditto Oak,

2 9 3 0 Christiansand (dut. paid.) 1 10 2 0 Honduras Mahogany,

1 0 1 6 St Domingo, ditto,

1 6 2. 8 TAR, American,

brl.
20

21 Archangel,

16 PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 10 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 44 Home melted,

48 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton. Petersburgh, Clean,

44

45 FLAX, Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak. 55

56 Dutch,

50

90 Irish,

42

48 MATS, Archangel, 100.

75

80 BRISTLES,

Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. 13 10 14 ASHES, Peters. Pearl, . 40

42 Montreal, ditto,

38

40 Pot,

34

35 OIL, Whale, tun,

Cod.
TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, lb.

Middling,

Inferior,
COTTONS, Bowed Georg.
Sea Island, fine,

Good,

Middling,
Demerara and Berbice,
West India,
Pernambuco,
Maranham,

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26 to 27 Eng. Old 9 0 to 10 6 Sweet, U.S. - 0 to - 0 Superfine ditto -to- White ditto, new 30 to 32 New 6 6 to 8 6 Do. inbond 25 0 to 27 0 Ditto, old. 55 to 60 Ditto, boilers . 33 to 34 Foreign 4 0 to 5 6 Sour do. . 35 0 to 36 0 White, new 40 to 50 Small Beans 27 to 29 Waterford 5 0 to 6 6Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Fine ditto. 54 to 56 Ditto, old 30 to 32 Limerick 5 0 to 6 6 English 28 0 to 30 0 Superfine ditto 56 to 58 Tick ditto, new 20 to 23| Drogheda 6 9 to 7 3 Scotch . . 24 O to 26

0 Ditto, old. 63 to 68 Ditto, old 25 to 28 Dublin 4 10 to 6 Irish 22 0 to 25 Foreign, new -to- Foreign

- to Scotch . 8 0 to 10 3 Bran, p. 24 lb. 10 to 1 0 Rye

26 to 28 Feed oats 17 to 18|Irish Old . 7 6 to 9 0 Barley 20 to 24 Fine ditto 19 to 21 Barley, per 60 lbs.

Butter, Beef, &c. Fine ditto 25 to 28/Poland ditto 18 to 19 Eng.

3 10 to 5 0 Butter,p.cwt. s. d. Superfine ditto - to - Fine ditto 21 to 23||Scotch 3 6 to 4 0Belfast, new 85 0 to 86 0 Malt

54 to 56 Potato ditto 25 to 26|Irish 3 0 to 3 3 Newry 81 0 to 85 0 58 to 63 Fine ditto 27 to 28 Oats, per 15 lb.

Waterford. 80 0 to 81 0 Eng. pota. 2 8 to 3 1 Cork, pic. 2d, 80 0 to 81 0

Irish do. 28 to 2 10 3d dry 75 0 to 76
Seeds, ge.

Scotch do. 3 0 to 3 6 Beef, p. tierce.
Rye, per qr. 30 to 32 Mess

90 O to 97 0 Malt per b.

p. barrel 60 6 to 0 S. d.

8. d. Fine 8 6 to 9 0 Pork, p. bl. Must. Brown, 8 to 15 0 Hempseed to - 0Beans,per q.7 6 to 8 01-Mess 48 0 to 52 0 White,

5 to 10 0 Linseed, crush. 44 to 50 0 English . 31 0 to 33 6 Middl. 40 0 to 48 0 Tares, per ar.

o New, for Seed, - to -0|Irish 30 0 to 32 O Bacon, P. cwt. Turnips, bsh. 32 to 44 0 Rye Grass, 25 to 30 0 Rapeseed, p. 1. £27 to 29 Short mids. 32 0 to 34 0 - Red & green - to - O Clover, red cwt.30 to 75 0 Pease, grey25 0 to 28 6 Sides 30 O to -0 Yellow,

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the

Observatory, Calton-hill. 1.B. The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afternoon.-The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

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Ther. (Barom. Ther. Wind.

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M.39
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H. rain after.

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snow night. M.37 29.422 M.47

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M.30 .719 M.40

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M.38 .910 M.11
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M.38 .876 M.16
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SW.
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M.33 29.282 M.41

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A.33 28.922 A. 50 S
and night.

W.

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ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES announced between the 20th

of Oct, and the 20th of Nov. 1821, extracted from the London Gazette. Alexander, J. Old Bailey, coach-master.

Bamber, W. and Co. Huyton, near Blackrod, LanAngel, J. Sculcoates, York, blockmaker.

cashire, calico printers. Andrews, E. Worcester, bookseller.

Banton, W. Northwich, grocer. Arther, T. Neath, Glamorganshire, shopkeeper. Bentley, J. Shoreditch, hardwareman. Atkinson, T. Newgate-street, warehouseman. Bingham, R. Gosport, banker. Austin, H. Northumberland-street, Mary-le-bone, Binks, J. M. Minories, hay salesman. builder.

Blythe, J. Newcastle-under-Lyne, draper. Baker, W. Ticehurst, Sussex, blacksmith.

Bright, R. sen. Nassau Place, Commercial Road, Baker, W. Lloyd's Coffee-house, insurance broker. haberdasher. VOL. X.

4 G

Bryan; W. Lowe and Co. Poultry, printers. Kinner, W. and 8. Notting Hill, stage coach proBulmer, S. Oxford-street, woollen-draper.

prietors. Burrell, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant. Kippen, D. Lambeth, timber merchant. Cable, W. Aldebergh, Suffolk, baker.

Knibb, D. Billingborough, Lincoln. Callow, J. Prince's-street, Soho, bookseller. Knight, J. Mile End Road, builder. Cameron, C. J. Gray's Inn Lane, hardwareman. Lawrence, G. Evesham, victualler. Card, J. Lloyd's Coffee-house, shipowner.

Lee, G. Bath, baker. Cass, T. Ware, Herts, dealer in corn, &c.

Lloyd, c. Thetford, bookseller, Cattle, W. Hartlebury, Worcester, miller.

Luke, W. Liverpool, merchant. Chandler, C. East Stonehouse, Devon, master ma- Macarty. J. Strand, spirit merchant. riner.

Mathews, T. High Holborn, linendraper. Chubb, W. P, Aldgate, chemist.

Medway, R. Beaminster, butcher. Clifford, E. Chancery-lane, broker.

Miller, A. Vauxhall Road, oilman. Clunie, J. Camberwell, baker.

Moody, J. jun. Egham, coach-master. Coutes, J. Weobley, tanner.

Morris, W. Wellclose-square, tavern-keeper. Cowper, W. Liverpool, draper.

Moss, T. Vauxhall, potter. Crump, J. Birmingham, money scrivener. Murray, J. Sebirgham, Cumberland, dealer. Dalton, F. Wakefield, liquor merchant.

Needham, R. Brompton, silversmith. Davies, J. Mitcheldean, Gloucester, draper. Newcomb, F. Gadshill, Kent, dealer. Davidson, T. and Co. Liverpool, merchants.

Newman, J. Clerkenwell, brewer. Deeble, E. Welbeck-street, upholsterer.

Northcote, H. J. Lime-street, wine merchant. Dicks, J. London-street, Tottenham Court Road, Olding, J. Old Change, stationer. carpenter.

Parsons, T. Castle-street, Holborn, jeweller. Dray, J.Great Windmill-street, Haymarket,dealer. Poole, S. G. Chelsea, brewer. Embleton, R. South Shields, wine merchant. Pool, W. Smith-street, Clerkenwell, coal mercht. Esden,

J. Stangate-street, Lambeth, slater. Porter, J. Watlington, Norfolk, dealer. Eyre, W. Cockspur-street, trunk-maker.

Powell, J. sen. Windsor, tailor. Flower, G. York, victualler.

Railston, J. North Shields, ship-owner. Forbes, J. and Co. Oxford-street, chemist.

Rawlins, J. and Co. Leicester-square, tailors. Forster, C. F. Margate, coal-merchant.

Richardson, T. Cheapside, warehouseman. Francis, R. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, hatter.

Robinson, J. Nicholas-lane, merchant. Gage, M. A. Liverpool, tailor.

Robinson, W. and Co. Worthing, common carGelsthorp, J. Molyneux-street, Mary-le-bone.

riers. George, W. Haymarket, saddler.

Saintmare, J. Jaques and Co. City Road, rectifiers. Germain, G. Commercial Road, Middlesex, mer- Sanders, J. Ipswich, ironmonger. chant.

Savory, C. South Efford, Devon, limeburner. Gibson, T. jun. and Co. Liverpool, ship-bread Scott, T. Stoke-upon-Trent, earthenware manubakers.

facturer. Goodman, T. late of Witherley, Leicestershire, Sherwin, J. Burslem, ironmonger. jobber in cattle.

Simister, J. and Co. Birmingham, button makers. Gosling, G. Chesterfield, wine merchant.

Smith, W. Plymouth Dock, cabinet maker. Gotobed, W. Southam, Isle of Ely, butcher. Smith, R. Howden, tallow chandler. Graham, Sir R. and Co. London, merchants. Snelgrove, R. Warningcamp, Sussex. Green, G. and Co. Sheffield, merchants.

Spencer, T. Gray's Inn-lane, livery stable keeper. Green, G. and Co. Sheffield, edge tool manufac- Stephenson, R. and Co. Hull, merchants. turers.

Stifling, J. and Co. Copthall-court, merchants. Hall, T. Eagle-street, Red Lion-square, coach- Streets, W. Aldermanbury, galloon manufacturer. maker.

Taylor, F. Adlington, Lancaster, shopkeeper. Handsword, H. Winchester-street, merchant. Teasdale, T. Newington, Surrey, linendraper. Hall, C. G. and Co. Grosvenor-street, West Pim. Tills, W. sen. Mistley, Essex, merchants. lico, carpenters.

Towler, T. and Co. Wakefield, woolstapler. Hart, J. Bradford, Wilts, shopkeeper.

Tovey, F. R. East-street, Lamb's Conduit. Hartley, R. Penrith, hardwareman.

Trayhorn, R. Portsea, plumber. Heppinstall, J. Doncaster, agricultural machine Turner, J. Paddington, chinaman. maker,

Twigg, J. Cheapside, warehouseman. Haydon and Co. Welbeck-street, auctioneers. Ugart, D. Wilson-street, Finsbury-square, merHoward, C. T. Hartley Wintney, Hants, surgeon.

chant. Hitt, T. Clist, St Lawrence, Devon, butcher. Vincent, W. Stepney, ropemaker. Hubble, M. Tunbridge, victualler.

Ward, J. City, importer of foreign fruits. Hughes, R. Bangor, cheesefactor.

White, S. A. Edingley Cotton Mill, Notts, cotton Hulse, S. Nottingham, silversmith.

spinner. Humphries, I. Witham Priory, Somerset, inn- Whitney, W. Ludlow, innkeeper. holder.

Wilkinson, J. Wapping, oil merchant. Ingram, T. Lower Thames-street, fishmonger. Wilson, J. S. and Co. Theobald's Road, coach Jolley, N. Charing Cross, poulterer.

makers. Johnson, J. Sculcoates, York, cornfactor. Wood, J. Birmingham, broker. Irving, N. Carlisle, innkeeper.

Wright, J. Mill Wall, Poplar, anchorsmith. Ketland, T. and Co. Birmingham, gunmakers. Wycherley, W. Alberbury, Salop, farmer.

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and

30th November, 1821, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Aitken, Andrew, manufacturer, Glasgow.

Galloway, Robert, merchant, Dundee; a first diBell and Sword, rope and sail makers in Leith. vidend on 19th December. Forman, George, & Co. merchants in Stirling. Hamilton, John, wright and builder in Lanark, Hutchison, John Davidson, formerly iron-mer- and Hamilton, William, wright and builder

chant in Edinburgh, now spirit-dealer and mer- there; a dividend 27th December. chant in Glasgow:

Hardie, James, merchant, Glasgow; a dividend Milroy, Adam, china, glass, and earthen-ware 1st December. merchant, Edinburgh.

Macqueen, Hamilton, & Co. wine-merchants, Sinclair, James, merchant, Stromness.

Glasgow; a final dividend 4th December. Smith, John, youngest, merchant in Aberdeen. Moodie, James, merchant, Dunfermline; a diviSutherland, James, merchant, Nairn.

dend of 6s. 6d. per pound on 10th December. Sword, James, jun. of West-thorn, merchant in Paterson, Richard, clothier in Edinburgh; a first Glasgow.

dividend on 24th December. DIVIDENDS.

Turnbull, John, skinner and wool-merchant, GaCrawford, James & Andrew, warehousemen and lashiels; a first dividend 14th December.

merchants, Glasgow; a first dividend 23d Dec. Shaw & Fergusson, merchants, Glasgow; a dirDrummond, John, architect and builder in Oban; dend on Žlst December to the creditors who a dividend 28th December of 3s. 6d.

have lodged claims under the sequestration, but Forbes, William, merchant and agent, Aberdeen;

no dividend to the creditors of any of the indidivkiends after 19th December

vidual partners.

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

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Brevet Lt. Gen. F. Baron Hompesch, to be 19 Lt. Gowdie, Capt. do. Vice Hammers-
Gen. in the Army,
Aug. 12, 1819

ley, ret.

Nov. 1, 1821. Capt. Cobbe, R. Art. Major do. do.

Cornet Meeham, Lt. do, vice Methold, Gordon do do. do.

3 Dr. Gds.

Oct. 11. Nicholls, 66 F. do. do.

Dashwood, do. do. Nov. 1. July 5, 1821

H. 'A. O'Neill, Cornet do. vice MeeLongden, 33 F do. do. Nov. 1.

ham,

Oct. 11. Wood, 2 F. do. do. Nov.9, 1818

Capt. Sir J. R. Eustace, Maj. do. vice Col. Sir C. M'Carthy, Brig. Gen. on W.

Moultrie, ret.

Nov. 9.
coast of Africa,
Sept. 6, 1821
Lt. Duff, Capt. do.

do. 1 Dr. G. W. Cunningham, Cornet by purch. vice

Cornet Johnstone, Lt. do.

do. Lloyd, ret.

Sept. 27. Gren. Gds. Ens. and Lt. Thornton, Lt. and Capt. Cornet Alcock, Lt. do. vice Trevillian,

do. vice Powell, ret.

Oct. 11. 14 Dr. Oct. 24.

Hon. F. H. Needham, do. Knatchbull, from 1 Dr. Lt. by

vice Gronow, ret.

do. 24. purch. vice Stephenson, Rifle Br. do.

2d Lt. Hon. J. Amherst, fm. Rifle Br. Copland, Lt. by purch. vice Cuff,

Ens. and Lt. do.

do. prom.

Sept. 27.

Ens. Fludyer, fm. 44 F. do. do. do. 25. T. Unett, Cornet do.

do. Coldst. G. Ens. and Lt. Montagu, Lt, and Capt. 3 Lt. Rolland, Capt. do. vice Evans, ret.

do. vice Talbot, ret.

do. Oct. 10.

Ens. Hay, from 43 F. Ens. and Lt. do. Methold, from 19 Dr. Capt. by

Nov. 1. purch. vice Stracey, ret. do. 11. 1 F. Lt. Col. Armstrong, from h. p. Lt. Col. Cornet & Lt. Hon. G. R. Abercrombie,

vice Plenderleath, canc. Oct. 18. Lt by purch.

do. 3

Lt. Innes, Capt. by purch. vice ColGent. Cadet W. Hibbert, from R. Mil.

clough, ret.

do. 23. Coll. Cornet do. Nov. 15.

Denham, from 64 F. do. vice 6 Cornet Brymer, Lieut. by purch. vice

Sutherland, ret.

do. 24. Dunne, 98 F.

Oct. 24.
Ens. Hill, Lt. do.

do. P. Wiss, Cornet do.

do.

Gent. Cadet W. Harris, from R. Mill. 1 Dr. Lt. Green, Captain, do. vice Hoskins,

College, Ens. by purch.

do. ret.

do. 5

Lt. Armstrong, Capt. by purch. vice
Cornet Keating, Lt. do.

do.
Welsh, ret.

do. 4. Bt. Lt. Col. Hankin, Lt. Col. by purch. 7

Squire, do. do. vice English, ret. vice Clarke, ret. do. 11.

do 18. Capt. Grey, from 10 Dr. Maj. do. do.

Cornet Hon. J. Kennedy, Lt. do. do. Cornet Clarke, Lt. do. vice Trotter, 10 Lt. Levinge, Capt. do. vice Thaine, 19 Dr.

do.
ret.

do. 24. C. S. Smith, Cornet do.

do,
Ens. Le Merchant, Lt. do.

do. Lt. Nepean, fm. 16 Dr. Capt. do. vice 12

W. Fothergill, Ens. do. vice Pounden,
Norcliffe, prom.

do. 4
55 F.

Nov. 15. 6

Capt. Randall, from h. p. Capt. vice 13 Lt. Fenton, Capt. by purch. vice Wil-
Douglas, dead,

Nov. 7.
kinson, ret.

Oct. 11. 7 Cornet G. H. Earl of Belfast, Lt. by

Ens. Rothe, Lt. by purch.

do. purch. vice Seymour, 41 F. Oct. 4.

C. L. Wingfield, Ens. by purch. do. Hon. E. S. Pery, fm. 6 Dr. do. 14 Ens. Keowen, Lt. vice Newenham, do. vice Chichester, 2 W. I. R. do. 11.

ret.

Nov. 11, 1820. 8 Hewett, Lt. vice Mayer, dead,

Wood, do. vice Akenside, prom. Feb. 26.

Sept. 6, 1821. Cornet & Adj. Stammers, Rank of Lt.

Lt. Ware, from 89 F. Lt. vice Jenour, do. 26.

removed from the Service, Oct. 18. 9 Cornet Scarlett, from 18 Dr. Lt. by

R. Nayler, Ens, vice Keowen, purch. vice Lord G. Bentinck, 50 F.

Nov. 11, 1820. Oct. 24. 16

Bt. Lt. Col. Hamilton, Maj. by purch. 10 Lt. Otway, Capt. by purch, vice Grey,

vice Lt. Col. Vandeleur, ret. Oct. 24. 2 Dr.

do. 17

Ens. O'Halloran, Lt. vice De Moor, Cornet R. S. C. Visc. Beauchamp, Lt.

dead,

Sept. 30. by purch. vice Burdett, 79 F. do.

Carruthers, do. vice Pickering, Ens. F. G. D'A. Marq. of Carmarthen,

dead,

Oct. 4. from 69 F. Lt. by purch. vice Ot

R. C. Moffatt, Ens.

Sept. 30. way,

do
W. S. Moncrieffe, Ens.

Oct. 7.
Lord F. L. Gower, Cornet by purch.

Gent. Cadet C. Forbes, from R. Mill. vice Beauchamp,

do
Coll. Ens.

Oct. 1, 1821. 12 Capt. Erskine, Major do. vice Bridger, 19

Lt. Forbes, Capt. by purch. vice Macret.

do.
donald, ret.

do. 24. Lt. Hay, Capt. do.

do.
Ens. Rose, Lt. by purch.

do. Cornet Hon. G. Hervey, from 19 Dr.

J. D. Cogan, Ens. by purch. do. Lt. by pur. vice Slade, 2 Cey. R. do. 20

Col. J. Maitland, from h. p. 103 F. to 15 Scott, from 18 Dr. do. do. vice

be Lt. Col.

Nov. 25.
Pennington, ret.

do.
Lt. J. Goldfrap, Capt.

do. Montgomery, do. do. vice Ne

Ens. T. Moore, Lt.

do. pean, 4 Dr.

do, 4.

D. W. A. Douglas, Lt. do. 26. 17 Pott, Lt. vice De L'Etang, dead,

Lt. J. Patience, from h. p. York Rang. do. 7. Lt.

do. 27. W. Penn, Cornet by purch. vice Raven,

C. O'Connor, from h. p. 100 F. prom.

Sept. 1.
do.

do. Hon. N. H. C. Massey, Cornet, Oct. 7.

W. Watson, fm. h. p. 94 F. do. do. 18 Capt. Laurd, Maj. by purch. vice Synge,

A. Maclean, fm. h. p. 72 F. do. do. prom. Sept. 27.

T. H. Hemmans, from h. p. 14 Lt. Bacon, from 13 Dr, Capt. by purch.

F. do.

do. Oct. 11.

J. Maclean, fm, h. p. 43 F. do. do. Cornet Les lie, Lt. do. vice Nisbett,

W. Kidman, fm. h. p. 8 F. do. do. do. 18.

F. Robinson, fm. h. p. 19 F. do. do. A. Shewell, Cornet do. vice Scott, 15

Hon. G. T. Keppel, from 24 F.
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F. Pitts, Ens. vice Moore, Nov. 25, 1821.

E. Williamson, Eng. by purch.
S. Robins, do., vice Douglas, do. 26.

Nov. 16, 1821.
Assist. Surg. M. Devitt, M.D. from h.

Lt. Tyndale, Adj. vice Powell, res. Ads, p. 2 Vet. Bn. Assist Surg. do. 25,

only,

do. Maj. Leahy, Lt. Col. vice Nooth, dead, 52 J. Young, Ens. by purch. vice Blois,

Aug. 24.
prom.

do. 11. Capt. Gordon, Maj.

do. 53

Ens. Gray, Lt. vice Davies, dead, Jan. 3. 20 Lt. Deare, 1st Lt. by purch. vice 54

Bt. Lt. Col. C. Grant, from 33 F. Le
Bridgeman, 28 F.

Oct. 24.
Col.

Nov. 25.
H. Daniel, 2d Lt. by purch. Nov. 15.

Ens. T. Fraser, Lt.

do. Ens. Murray, Lt. vice Schoof, 67 F.

C. Hill, do.

do. 26. Sept. 1, 1820.

J. Clark, do.

do. 97. - Hartley, do. vice Berwick, 15 Dr.

Lt. J. Lawless, fm. h. p. 60 F. Lt. do. %. Oct. 1.

- G. Foskey, from h. p. 5 W. I. R. Campbell, from h. p. 71 F. Ens.

Lt.

da vice Murray,

Sept. 1,

G. Manners, from h. p 2 F.do. da
W. MD. Hopper, Ens. vice Hartley,

T. L. Mitchell, from h. p. Rifle
Oct. 1.
Br. Lt.

do Gent. Cadet W. Buckley, from R. Mil.

-- J. G. Beavan, from 65 F. Lt. do. Coll. Ens. vice Hopper, canc.

F. Thornbury, from h. p. Rifle
Oct. 4, 1821.
Br. Lt.

do Lt. Bridgeman, from 21 F. Capt. by

J. Norman, fm. h. p. 81 F. do.do. purch. vice Kidd, ret. do. 24.

G. C. Mundy, Ens. vice Fraser, do. 25. Ens. Sitwell, Lt. by purch. vice Pen

Lt. Fenton, do. vice Hill, do. 28 Tose, ret.

do. 4.

F. Considine, do. vice Clarke, do. 21 S. B. Boileau, Ens. by purch. do.

Ass. Surg. A. Shanks, M. D. from hep Marechaux, Ens. vice Paton, 67

56 F. Ass. Surg. F.

Dec. 9, 1820. 55 Maj. Skerrett, from 76 F. Lt. Col. by Lt. Taylor, Capt. by purch. vice Ryan,

purch. vice Frederick, ret. Oct. 21

. ret. Oct. 11, 1821.

Lt. Hall, Capt. by purch. vice Daniell, Cor. Laing, from 18 Dr. Lt. by purch.

ret.

do. do. 24.

Ens. Pounden, fm. 12 F.Lt, by pur.do. Bt. Maj. C. Knight, Major, vice Grant, 59

Coventry, Lt. vice Carmichael,
Nov. 25.

Adj.
Ens. Stanford, Lt. vice Bower, 14 F.

J. M'Gregor, Ens.

de Sept. 1, 1820.

Lt. Campbell, Capt. by purch. vice
Gent. Cadet D. Costello, from R. Mil.

Maj. Boxall, ret. Oct. 21, 1891.
Coll. Ens.
Oct. 4, 1821.
Ens. Stewart, Lt. by purch.

do. Lt. Snodgrass, from 52 F. Adj. and Lt.

P. H. Mitchell, Ens. by purch.

do vice Mathew, res. Adj. only, do. 18. 67 Lt. Schoof, from 24 F. Lt. vice Rowan, Bt. Lt. Col. S. Hall, from 89 F. Lt.

prom. Col.

Nov. 25.

Ens. Paton, from 30 F. do. vice Mar-
Ens. R. Matthew, Lt.

do.
riot, dead,

Dec. 3.
Alex. Campbell, do. do. 26. 71 Lt. Law, Capt. by purch. vice Arm-
T. Kerr, Lt.

do. 7.
strong, ret.

Oct. 18, 1821.
Lt. A. Taylor, from h. p. 25 Dr. Lt.

Ens. Lightbody,

Lt. by purch. do. 28.

A. C. Gregory, Ens. by purch. do. ? G. B. O'Brien, from h. p. 4 W. I.

Lt. Torriano, Adj. vice Law, prom,
R. Lt.

do.
Alex. Campbell, from h. p. 91 F. 72

Maclean, from 77 F. Capt by pur. do.

do.
vice Fletcher, ret.

da. J. Liston, from h. p. 47 F. Lt. do. 76

Capt. Coles, Maj. by purch. vice Sker J. Buchanan, from 89 F. do. do.

rett, 55 F. T. Armstrong, from h. p. 2 F.

Lt. Ellis, from 9 Dr. Capt. by purch. do. Lt.

do. 79

Burdett, from 10 Dr. Capt. by John Campbell, Ens. vicc Matthew,

purch. vice Maj. Mylne ret.

do. 25. F. Tudor, do. vice A. Campbell, do. 26.

D. Campbell, Adj. vice Cowen, res. Adj. only,

da H. C. Fraser, do. vice Kerr, do. 27.

84 Ens. Hon. C. Boyle, Lt. by purch. vice Assist. Surg. J. Jobson, from h. p. 9

Mansell, ret.
Vet. Bn. Assist. Surg.

do. 25.

Gent. Cadet L. S. Demay, from R. Lt. Speirs, Capta by purch. vice Dun

Mil. Coll. Ens. by purch.

do. das, ret.

Oct. 24.
Lt. Vandeleur, from 14 Dr. Capt

. by Ens. Hon. H. R. Molyneux, from 85 F.

purch. vice Beamish, ret. • Lt. by purch.

do. 85

J. Wetherall, Ens. by purch. vice MoLt. Townshend, Capt. by purch. vice

lyneux, 39 F. Maj. Tallon, ret.

Nov. 1. 86

Capt. Creagh, Maj. by purch. vice Mar
Dawson, from 53 F. Lt. vice Mom-

ston, ret.
pesson, h. p. rec. diff. Oct. 25.
Ens. Smith, Lt. by purch.

Lt. Bunney, Capt. by purch.
Nov. 1.

Ens. Williams, Lt. by purch.
L. Tallon, Ens. by purch.

do.

John, Earl of Portarlington, Ens by Lt. Cochran, Adj. and Lt. vice Smith,

d.

purch. Qua. Mast.

Oct. 25. 87 Ass. Surg. Brown, from ho p. 94 Dr. Smith, Qua. Mast. vice Thrower,

Ass. Surg. vice Robson, res.

do.
A. Capel, Ens. by purch. vice Hay, 89
Coldst. Gds.

Lt. O'Neil, from h. p. 93 F. Li vie
Nov. 8.

Ware, 14 F.
Lt. Dundas, Capt. vice Fetherston,

C. Arrow, Ens. vice Norcott, dead, dead,

Nov. 16, 1820.
Ens. Deverell, Lt.

do.
Gent. Cadet D. Williams, from R. Mil.

Lt. Naylor, Adj. vice Cannon, res. Ad.

only, Coll. Ens. vice Brown, res.

Bt. Maj. S. L. Basden, Maj. vice Hall

, Oct. 3, 1821. E. M. Frome, from do. 91

Lt. Dunn, from 6 do. viee Deverell

do. 4. Capt. Wodehouse, Maj. by purch. vice

purch. vice Gun, ret. Campbell, ret.

Buchan, Adj. vice Scott, res. Adie do. 18.

only, Lt. Lord G. Bentinck, from 9 Dr. Capt.

Ens. Miller, from h. p. 7W. I. R. Qui by purch.

do. 24.
Ens. Mathews, Lt. by purch. vice

Mas. vice Manley, canc.
Simpson, ret.

Surg. Ayton, from b. p. W. 1. Rani do. 4.

Surg. vice Douglass, h. p.

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