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

Observatory, Calton-hill.

N.8.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after..

noon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

February.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther.

Wind.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther.

Wind.

Feb. 15{

.908 M.21 Nw.

Feb. 1 {
M.26 29.508 M.42

Rain inorn.

M.29 29.681 M.43
NW.
A. 41

Fair, with .961 A. 40

SW.
day fair.
A: 41 .524 A. 44

sunshine. M.21 .679 M.38

Sleet and 2

M.35 .575 M.44

Morn. frost,
A. 36 28.098 A.36
SW.
16

SW.
rain.

A. 40 .178 A. 42 day sunsh. M.22

Keen frost, 3

.338 M.13

M.29
VA.31

Dull, with 17

W. .889 A. 31) shrs. snow.

A.42 .625 A. 44

Ishwrs. rain. M.23 29.101 M.31

Keen frost,

M.294 .773 M.42
NW.

Frost, morn. 4 UA. 25 .265 A. 30 )

18

W. sunshine.

A, 42 .919 A. 45 ) fair, sunshn. M.21 5 .311 M.37 Keen frost,

M.30 .905 M.44
NW.
A. 30

W.
19
dull.

Ditto.
.529 A. 36)

A. 40 .818|A. 42
M.25 .850 M.34

Foren. frost,

Cble. 6

M.35

Foren. dull,

.772 M.44 A. 32 .762 A.35)

20

NW.
Jaftern. fresh.

A. 40 .929 A. 45 ) aftern. cold. M.26 .180 M.37 7

Fresh, but
W.

Frost morn. 4.39

M.322 30.111 M.44

21
.480 A. 38) dull.

Cble.
A. 40 .112/A. 45

day sunsh. M.27 .304 M.39 8 Fresh, with

:105 M.45 M.33

22 NW.

Cble.

Fair, mild,
UA.39 .612 A. 37

Ishrs. hail.
A. 42 29.929 A. 44 S

but dull M.303

Morn. frost, 9

M.32 .868 M.42
.818 A. 47
A. 41

W.
day fresh.
A. 40

Ditto.

.8684.45 10 M.394 938 M.45 Dull, but

M.324 .925/M.42

E.
W.
A. 45

Rain, foren. .938 A. 45 ) fair,

A.37 .999 A. 40 S

fair aftern. 11 M.384 .991 M.44

SW.
Fair, with

M.314 30.103 M.41

Cble.

Fair, but dull A. 43 .991 A. 45 )

25{JA. 37* 29.999 A. 39 sunshine.

and cold. M.40 30.135 M.45 12

W.
Fair, mild,
M.31 .764 M.39

Moderate,
A. 45 .160 A. 46)

S.
but dull.

A. 34
.6021A. 37

sn. and sleet. 13 M.39) .164 M.47

Fair, but ra-
NW.

M.273 .268 M.38
UA. 46

Foren. rain, .130 A. 16)

NW. ther dull.

.262 A. 32

aftern. fair 14 M.11 29.997 M.44 W.

.141 M.11 M.303

28 .992 A. 46

Aftern. snow

Cble.

.998 A, 38 ) land sleet. Average of rain, .618.

.730 M.40w.

23

24{

26

27{\A. 38

A. 35)

4. 39

March.

Attach.
Ther. Wind.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

Ther. Barom.

S.

18

[blocks in formation]

M.273 28.999 M.10

Foren. sleet, Mar. 1

Morn. frost, Cble.

Mar.17{

A. 273 29.999 M.36 Y
IA.39 .920/A. 40
aftern. fair.

.890 A. 37)

S.
M.34

day sunsh. M.293 .888 M.38)

Snow & sleet
4. 28 .866 M.38

Morn, frost, 2 A.35

SE. .888/A. 375 most of day.

M.37 .866/A. 39

day sh. snow. M.27 .976 M.361 Shwrs. spow,

999 M.43 A.35

Cold and 3 Cble.

19
UA.34 29.170 A. 36

Cble.
land hail.
M.42 30.109 4. 40

dull.
M.22 .520M.38
Morn. frost,

.380 M.41
A.28)

Morn. foggy, Cble.

20
VA.32

W.
.815 A. 38
day fair,

M.36

.380 A. 46 day sunsh. M.27 .920 M.38

Ditto.

.325 M.42

Ditto with 5 Cble.

W.
A.56 .925 A. 38

Sn. on bills,
M.38 .290 A. 45

frost.
M.26 .656 M.39

Idull & cold.

SA. 32 .196 M.41 Heavy fog
S.

E.
.319/A. 40
Sn. on hills,
M.42 29.999 A. 43

most of day.
M.30
.275 M.39
dull, mild,
A. 35 .990 M.42

Morn.foggy, 7 SW.

E.
A. 39
.641/A. 39
and fair.
M.39 .990 A. 42

after, sunsh. M.30 .618 M.40

Morn. frost,
Cble.

A. 25

Morn. frost,

.765 M 41
.561 A. 35) day cold.

Clbe.
.6021A. 40 )
M.37

day sunsh. M.42 .776 M.49

Dull, but

A, 26 484 M.41
Cble.

Morn.foggy, 9 A. 49 .771 A. 57 mild.

M.40

768 A. 44
M.223 .841 M.50

Morn. rain,
A. 29 .826 M.41

Morn. frost,
SW.
10
UA. 18 .840 A. 59

W. day fair.

M.40 .791 A, 14 ) day sunsh. M.35 .755 M.17

Morn.sunsh. 11 SW.

:733 M.46 A. 53

Ditto.
A. 43 .690 A. 47)

11.45
M.353
.902 M.47

Fair, with
SW

28

A. 34 12

.760/M.50

Ditto. A. 13

sunshine.
.887 A. 47

M.44 .716 A. 52)
M.35 .809 M.46

Rain morn.
SW.

A. 38 13

29

M.50

Chle,
A. 42

Ditto. .809 A. 41

.780

M.46 A. 51 )
M.28 .856 M.41

Frost with
s.

A. 36 30

M.18 showrs. hail.

Ditto. .856 A. 39

Cble.
.995 A, 47 )

M.13
.910 M.36
SM.261

Morn. frost,
15
s.

Ditto. UA. 35 .994 A. 35

31 {1:30 30.125 M. 45 day cold.

M.40

.198 A. 46 .999 M.36

Morn. frost, 16

s.

day dull.
Average of rain,

*: 179 VOL. XVII.

4 N

23 { 24 { 25 { 126{

Chle. day sunsh.

27{

W.

day dull.

.780 4.53)

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ALPHABETICAI. List of English BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 21st

January and 21st February, 1825; extracted from the London Gazette.

mercer.

Anderson, J. Edward-street, Portman-square, tea

dealer. Arnold, E. Upper York-street, Bryanstone square,

baker. Ashcroft, J. Liverpool, ironmonger. Ashton, J. jun. Fenney Bentley, Derby, cheese

factor. Aspinall, W. Halifax, wine-merchant. Bales, W. Newmarket, innkeeper. Barton, J. Tarlton, Lancaster, maltster. Bath, J. Devonport, grocer. Beesley, F. Bedwardine, Worcester, glove-manu

facturer. Benelli, J. B. Regent-street, dealer. Bennett, G. Seymour-place, butcher. Bertram, M. Philpot-lane, soap-maker. Birrins, B. Weymouth-mews, St Marylebone, li.

very-stable keeper. Boswood, J. Silver-street, Falcon-square, victual

ler. Bowden, T. Museum-street, stationer. Blood, E. E. L. and T. Hunter, Aldersgate-street,

furnishing-ironmonger. Blunt, T. Twickenham, grocer. Brimmer, G. Strand-lane, stationer. Broadhead, W. Ashton-under-Line, and G. Broad

head, Manchester, stone-masons. Brookes, S. Bow-common, Mile-end, black ash

manufacturer. Butt, S. Motcombe, Dorset, cheese-dealer. Canburn, W. A. Bayswater, brewer. Candlin, W. Burslem, Stafford, shoemaker. Caton, R. Preston, milliner. Chambers, C. Southampton-row, Russell-square, Charters, W. and P. Merthyr Tidvill, Glamorgan,

tea-dealers. Clark, W. Elizabeth-place, Kennington-cross, and

G. Winter, Arnold-street, Newington, mer

chants. Clarke, G. B. New Shoreham, Sussex, brewer. Collens, B. D. Bristol, hatter. Cooper, E. S. Liverpool, common brewer, Cooper, J. Ashton-under-Line, Lancaster, shop

keeper. Crooke, J. Burnley, Lancaster, iron-founder. Croston, T. sen. and jun. Liverpool, ship-chan

dlers. Dare, U. jun. Waterloo-road, butcher. Davy, W. Webber-street, carpenter. Dawson, T. and J. Almonbury, York, clothiers. Dean, J. Brompton, timber-merchant. Dickson, G. M. Liverpool, earthenware-dealer. Drant, J. Kingston-upon-Hull, perfumer. Draper, T. White-street, Southwark, dealer. Dyson, J. Huddersfield, clothier. Eady, S. P. Dean-street, Soho, dealer. Edwards, J. Rathbone-place, merchant. Ekins, J. Oxford-street, cheesemonger. Evans, H. aud W. Oxford-street, lacemen. Farley, T. Hereford place, Commercial-road, ha

berdasher. Fawcett, J. and P. White, Miles-lane, bottle

merchant. Fletcher, J. Pilkington, grocer, Ford, J. jun. Mortlake, linen-draper. Forsaith, s. S. Hackney, haberdasher, Forsyth, C. Carlisle, draper. Foulkes, J. Cheltenham, haberdasher. French, T. Cheltenham, grocer. Fuller, J. and J., and J. Fletcher, Radcliffe. Lan

caster, grocers. Gallerard, and F. Pongerard, Fenchurch-street,

merchants. Gardiner, J. Paddington, scavenger. Garside, S. Gisburn, York, cattle-dealer. Garth, W. Colne, Lancaster, cotton-spinner, Glover, T. Wardour-street, bricklayer. Golding, G. Knightsbridge. stable-keeper, Goodall, w. and J. Birchir Titherington, cot.

ton-spinner. Goodwin, W. Strand, bookseller. Graham, G. Sunderland, master-mariner. Greenwood, J. Birstall, York, joiner. Gregory, s. and J. Bowden, Manchester, mers

chants.

Griffiths, J. Hollywell, coal-merchant.
Grimwood, J. Huxton, carpenter.
Grocock, S. Gray's-inn-lane-road, oil and colour-

man. Hall, R. jun. Poulton in the Fylde, Lancaster,

liquor-merchant. Harding, T. and Son, and R. Harding, Bristol,

brush-makers. Harmer, J. Great Surrey-street, stove-mcnufac

turer. Hart, J. Gloucester, woollen-draper. Harvey, W. Highgate, victualler. Hawes, R. B. Howley-street, Walworth, carpenter. Hay, W. Rosemary-lane, victualler. Henderson, J. Shap, Westmoreland, corn-dealer. Herbert, B. Cheltenham, silk-mercer. Hippon, W. Dewsbury, woollen-manufacturer. Hirst, J. Huddersfield, cloth-merchant. Howe, R. Haymarket, job-master. Howell, J. Cheltenham, plumber and glazier. Hughes, T. Speldhurst-street, draper. Hurndall, J. Bristol, haberdasher. Jackson, J. Dover, tailor. Jay, R. Kilburn, carpenter. Jones, E. Newington-causeway, linen-draper. Keene, S. sen. Long Ditton, coal-merchant. King, T. Oxford, grocer. Kingham, J. Croyden, linen-draper. Knight, J. P. Fulham, hop-merchant. Lasoux, T. T. De, Canterbury, cider-merchant. Lea, W. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, broker. Leigh, J. Blue Anchor-road, Bermondsey, engi

neer. Levoi, W. Cheltenham, picture-dealer. Levy, J. Southampton, grocer. Levy, J. Hemming's-row, glass-dealer. Lock, J. Baker-street, North, chemist. Long, W. Little St Andrew's-street, Seven-dials,

oil and colour-merchant. Mallough, E. J. Belvidere-place, Walworth, mer

chant. Marshall, T. Whitelion-court, Cornhill, mer

chant. Meyrick, J. Blackman-street, grocer. Moore, J. U. City-road, blind-maker, Morgan, J. T. Arlington-place, St John's-street

road, jeweller. Moseley, R. Goulston-square, Whitechapel, glass

merchant. Nathan, M. George-street, Adelphi, bill-broker. Newbank, J. Earl-street, Marylebone, stage-mas

ter, Nickets, J. Hunter-street, Brunswick-square, up

holsterer. Osborne, T. Stroud, Gloucester, linen-draper. O'Shaughnessy, H.P. and G. Sherborn, Pall-Mall,

bootmakers. Ousey, H. Ashton-under-line, cabinetmaker. Owens, T. Toxteth-park, near Liverpool, carter. Paris, A. A. Long-acre, printer. Passey, S. High-street, Newington-butts, book

seller. Pattison, W. Liverpool, merchant. Perry, J. Gravesend, confectioner. Pilkington, R. Blackburn, Lancaster, merchant. Pocock, J. W. Southampton-street, Strand, up

holsterer. Porter, R. Hackney-road, baker. Prescodd, G. Southover, miller. Redshawe, T. Fleet-street, bookseller. Rees, D. Liverpool, merchant. Reeves, J. Eaton, tailor, Riva, G. and N. Sheffield, hardwaremen. Roberts, P. P. H. Holborn, cheesemonger. Robinson, J. H. and H. S. Hornchurch, Essex,

hay-salesman. Rolley, T. Sheffield, stonemason. Rowe, w. Plymouth, jeweller. Rowland, H. W. Tottenham, stationer, Russel, D. Long-acre, linen-draper. Saunders, J. Holland-street, Bankside, bacon

drier. Savage, W. Fetter-lane, victualler. Seager, J. R. Stepney, plumber and glazier. Shanley, H. Little Argyll-street, wine and spirit

merchant,

cer.

Shuttleworth, C. Birmingham, cabinet-maker. Taylor, T. Ashton-under-Line, draper.
Simpson, J. sen. and jun. Liverpool, shipwrights. Thornhill, W. York-place, New-road, horse-
Singer, N. P. Liverpool, haberdasher.

dealer.
Smith, G. Southampton-street, Camberwell, gro- Tooth, E. Hastings, haberdasher.

Turner, 0. Chancery-lane, stationer. Smith, W. W. Holborn-hill, silk-mercer.

Turner, R. Manchester, joiner. Smith, G. Watling-street, factor.

Tudor, D. Newport, Monmouth, ship-builder. Smith, T. G. Sun-street, Bishopsgate-street, ha- Vigor, W. Maidstone, butcher. berdasher.

Walker, J. jun. Lambeth-walk, oven-builder. Smyth, H. Piccadilly, hosier.

Whitley, J. T. Edmonton, grocer. Sparks, T. and J. Balley, Chandos-street, drapers. Whittenbury, E. W. Leeds, woollen-manufactuStafford, S. Manchester, brewer. Stanley, R. Old Kent-road, Tinen-draper.

Wilkinson, B. Leicester, draper. Stead, J. Wakefield, architect.

Williams, W. B. Upper Brook-street, GrosvenorStoneham, T. Little Chelsea, brewer.

square, tailor. Storer, J. Mount-street, Grosvenor-square, under. Willock, R. Lancaster, wine-merchant. taker.

Windlett, J. Norwich, grocer. Strachan, R. Cheapside, warehouseinan.

Wingate, T. W. Bath, dealer. Stranack, J. Park-place, Mile-end, master-mari. Wood, J. Great Russel-street, Bloomsbury, silverner.

smith. Sweetapple, J. P. Chisenbury, Wilts, horse-deal- Wren, T. London-wall, silkman.

Wright, J. Charlotte-street, St Pancras, cheese Taylor, C. Salisbury, inn-holder.

monger.

rer.

er.

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st Fe.

- bruaryand the 31st of March 1825, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Alexander, Thomas, and Company, manufactu- Gillies, Colin, merchant in Brechin, Forfarshire; rers in Glasgow.

a final dividend 19th April. Bicket, Alexander, junior, butcher, trader, and Gordon, Patrick, the late, sometime stationer in dealer in cattle in Newton-upon-Ayr.

Glasgow; a final dividend 26th April. Blair, James, merchant and watchmaker in Kil- Graham, Alexander, and Company, merchants in winning:

Glasgow, and carrying on business in ConcepBrown, John, cow-feeder and cattle-dealer in Pais- tion Bay, Newfoundland, under the firm of ley.

Graham, M'Nicol, and Company; a dividend Campbell, James, soap-boiler at Queensferry. after 6th April Dobson, William, and Co. merchants and drysalt- Hamilton, Hugh, merchant in Greenock ; a divis ers in Glasgow.

dend after 22d March. Dow, Alexander, merchant and tinsman in Bal- Hamilton, John and William, wrights and buildfron.

ers, Lanark; a final dividend 5th May. Farquharson, Samuel, ironmonger, lately carrying Law, David, innkeeper, coach-contractor, farmer, on busincss at Cupar in Fife.

and cattle-dealer at Kinross-Green ; a first and Inglis and Robb, merchants in Glasgow, and Robb final dividend 2d May. and Inglis, merchants in Demerarą.

Macalpine, James, general merchant and trader Jenkins, William, coal-master and spirit-dealer in at Corpach, near Fort-William; a second divi. Glasgow.

dend after 28th March. Kyle, James, hardware-merchant in Inverness. M Rae, Daniel, merchant in Nairn; a first divi. M'Gillivray, Robert, upholsterer in Inverness. dend after 16th March. M'Intosh, James, innkeeper at Broomielaw, Glas- Millar, James and William, distillers at Craigend, • gow

and Spirit dealers in Glasgow ; carrying on buMenzies, Thomas, merehant, druggist, and sur- siness under the firm of James Millar; a first geon in Glasgow.

and final dividend 17th May. Osborn, George, leather-merchant and boot and Morrison, Maxwell, William, printer and publishshoemaker in Glasgow.

er in Edinburgh; a dividend after 6th April. Sanders, Gilbert, wholesale hardware-merchant, Neilson, Andrew and Michael, wholesale teaagent, and accountant in Glasgow.

dealers in Glasgow ; a dividend 16th April. Smith, An:lrew, draper, Arbroath.

Philips, Lawrence, manufacturer and merchant in Speir, John, innkeeper and coach proprietor at Glasgow ; a dividend after 29th March.

Lugton Bridge Inn, in the county of Ayr. Saunders, James, printer and writer in Dundee; The Glasgow New Tan Work Company.

a dividend in April.

White, Messrs and Company, brewers in Perth ; DIVIDENDS.

a dividend on 14th March. Cameron, Dugald, and Co. merchants and grocers Wilson, Anthony, merchant and ship-owner in

in Greenock; a second dividend 25th April. Aberdeen; a farther dividend on 25th March. Cousin, James, silk and cotton-yarn merchant in Young, David, wright in Calton of Glasgow; a Paisley; a dividend 25th April.

dividend on 24th March.

do.

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

February. 2 Dr. Gda. Lieut. Caldwell, by purch. vice Late- 13

J. E. Alexander, Cor. by purch. vice ward, ret. 20 Jan. 1825.

Bigge, ret.

20 do. Cor. Stewart, Lieut.

14

J. Kennedy, do. by purch. vice. GilC. B. Pitman, Cor.

do.
pin, prom.

30 Dec. 1824. 4 T. W. Lloyd, (Rid. Mast.) Cor. with- 15

Paym. Leech, from 65 F. Paym. vice 27 do.

Storey, h. p. 62 F. 27 Jan. 1825. 1 Dr. As. Surg. Barry, from 75 F. As. Surg. IF. Capt. Le Guay, from 1 Vet. Bn. Capt. vice Tedlie, 98 F.

20 do.

vice Suckling, 90 F. 13 do. Cor. Lord Brudenell, Lieut. by pur.

Lieut. Stoyte, Capt. by purch. vice vice Murphy, ret.

13 do.
Dobbin, ret.

27 do. Corporal Miller, from R. Horse Gds.

Capt. Cash, Major by purch. vice (Riding Mast.) Cor.

do.
Williams, prom.

26 do,

out pay,

Lieut. Graham, Capt.

do.

Ordnance Department.
Ens. Berens, Lieut.

do.
N. H. J. Westby, Ens.

28 do,

Royal Artillery.

Maj, and Lt. Col. Power, Lt. Col. As. Surg. Campbell, from h. p. 93 F.

viee W. Dixon, dead, 26 Dec. 1824. · As. Surg.

3 Feb.

Capt. and Lt. Col. Smith, Maj. do. 6 Lieut. Walsh, from h. p. 3 Dr. Gds.

2d Capt. and Maj. Greene, Capt. do. Lieut. 19 Dec. 1824.

2d Capt. Sweeting, from h. p. 2d Cap. 7 Ens. Moorson, from 69 F. Lieut. by

do. purch. vice Lord Paulet, prom.

1st Lt. Forster, 2d Capt.

do. 12 Feb. 1825,

Glasgow, from h. p. 1st Lt. do. 8 As. Surg. Ferguson, from h. p. 97 F.

20 Lt. Mayne, 1st Lt.

do. As. Surg. vice Scott, res. 27 Jan.

Gent. Cadet Bingham, 2d Lt. do. 15 J. V. Shelley, Ens. vice Beatty, 31 F.

2d Capt. Coles, from h, p. 2d Capt. 26 do.

vice Johnson, h. p. 1 Jan. 1825. Serj. Hardy, from 1 F. Gds. Qr. Mast.

Ist Lieut. Mottley, from h. p. 1st Lt. vice Clare, dead,

13 do.
vice Creagh, dead

3 do. 20 Lieut. Gamble, from 31 F. Capt. vice

2d Lieut. Wilford, 1st Lieut. do. Byrne, 31 F.

26 do.

Gent. Cadet Walker, 2d Lieut. do.
Serj. Maj. Reilly, (Acting Adj.) rank

1st Lieut. Basset, from h.
of Ens. without pay,
13 do.

p. 1st Lieut. vice Blake, h. p.

25 do. 31 Capt. Byrne, from 20 F. Capt. 26 do.

D'Arley, from h. p. do. vice Ens. Beatty, from 52 F. Lieut. vice

Miller, h. p.

do, Gamble, 20 F.

do.

2d Capt. Maxwell, from h.p. 2d Capt. As. Surg. Sheppard, from h. p. 93 F.

vice Briscoe, ret.

12 Feb. As. Surg.

27 do.

Royal Engineers. 15 F. Pigott, Ens. vice Hodgson, 83 F.

Capt. Dixon, from h. p. Capt. vice 3 Feb.

Haldane, dead 12 Jan. 1825. 54 Lieut. Woodgate, Capt. 11 Jan.

1st Lieut. Hall, 2d Capt.

do. Ens. Considine, Lieut.

do.

Elliot, from h, p. Ist Lt. do. 2d Lieut. Gascoyne, from Rifle Brig.

2d Lieut. Rose, Ist Lieut. do. do.

12 do.

1st Lieut. Williams, from h. p. Ist Ens. Dalgety, from 70 F. do. 13 do.

Lieut. vice Mudge, dead 13 do.
Gent. Cadet G. Man, from. R. Mill.
Col. Ens.

do.

Medical Department. 59 Hosp. Assist. Kemlo, As. Surg. vice

Brev. Insp. Burke, Insp. 20 Jan. 1825. Thompson, 4 Dr.

20 do.

Surg. Collier, Brey. Insp. in Ceylon, 60 Bt. Maj. Schoedde, Maj, by pureh.

3 Feb. vice F. Im Thurn, ret.

do.

As. Surg. Sampson, from h. p. 104 F. Lieut. Ellison, Capt.

do.

As. Sury. vice Hosp. As. M-Der. 2d Lieut. Fothergill, 1st Lieut.

do.
mott, Ceylon Reg.

25 Jan. G. Mason, 2d Lieut.

do.

Hosp. As. O'Donnel, As. Surg. vice 65 Capt. Bates, from h. h. 62 F. Paym.

Sibbald, dead,

do. Leech, 15 Dr.

27 do.

Hosp. As. Peason, from h. p. Hosp. 66 Bt. Maj. Baird, Maj. by purch. vice

As. vice As. Surg. Mitchell, canc. Lascelles, ret. 13 do.

do. Lieut. Clarke, Capt.

do.

J. Paterson, Hosp. Assist. do. Ens. Ditmas, Lieut.

do. T. L. Goldie, Ens.

do.

Exchanges. 67

Ens. Sweedland, Lieut. vice Munro, Lt. Col. de Burgh, from 2 F. with Lt. Col. Wildead

27 do. liams, h. p. Unatt. C. W. James, Ens.

do. Bt. Lt. Col. Dodgin, from 66 F. with Maj. Pa70 J. Skinnre, Ens. vice Dalgety, 54 F. trickson, 99 F.

13 do. Capt. Hutton, from 31 F. with Capt. Bray, 88 F. 79

Lieut. Campbell, from 67 F. Lieut. Pasley, from 47 F. with Capt. Pennyeuick,

vice Crawford, h. p. 67 F. 3 Feb. h. p. 78 F. 83

Ens. Hodgson, from 45 F. Lieut. vice Silver, from 53 F. with Capt. Conroy, 69 F.
O'Brian, dead

do. Lieut. Allan, from 7 F. with Lieut. Gordiff, 98 F, 88

Lieut. Walpole, Capt. by purch. vice Wood, from 14 F. with Lt. Tinling, 67 F.
Hill, ret.

13 Jan.

Snow, from 47 F, with Lt. Ashe, 65 F. Ens. Buller, Lieut.

do. Cor. and Sub-Lt. Capel, from 1 Life Gds. with Hon. G. W. F. Kinnaird, Lieut. do. Ens. Baring, 5 F. 89

2d Lieut. Hon. C. D. Blaney, from Ens. Ward, fm. 48 F. with Ens. Mackworth, 63 F. Rifle Brig. Lt. by purch. vice Bell,

Paym. Dawe, from 31 F. with Paym. Monk, 53 F. prom.

27 do. As. Surg. Dudgeon, from 86 F. with As. Surg. 90

Capt. Suckling, from 1 F. Capt. vice Fitzpatrick, h. p. 4 Dr.
Cox, h. p.

13 do. 91

Resignations and Retirements.
Capt. Hay, Maj. by purch.vice Walsh,
ret.

3 Feb.

Lieut. Col. Lascelles, 66 F.
Lieut. Burne, Capt.

do.

Walsh, 91 F. 94 Capt. Franklyn, from h. p. 24 F. Cap.

Major F. Im Thurn, 60 F. vice Craig, 2 Vet. Bat.

do.

Briscoe, R. Art.
As. Surg. Lester, from 7 Dr. Guards,

Capt. Lateward, 2 Dr. Gds.
Surg. vice Tilt, h. p. 27 Jan.

Dobbin, i F.
99
Capt. Beauclerck, from h. p. Unatt.

Hill, 88 F.
Capt. vice Hill, 1 Vet. Bat. 13 do. Lieut. Murphy, 8 Dr.
Rifle Brig. P. T. W. Campbell, 22 Lieut. vice

Cornet Bigge, 13 Dr.
Gascoyne, 54 F.

do. As. Surg. Ferguson, 8 F.
Ens. Shelly, from 15 F. 2d Lieut. by

Appointment Cancelled. purch. vice Blaney, 89 F. 27 do.

Staff Assist. Surg. Mitchell. 1 W. I. R. W. Russel, Ens. vice Ellis, dead

3 Feb.

Dismissed. 2 Lieut. O'Meara, from h. p. Af. Corps,

Lieut. Atkinson, 49 F. Paym. vice Stopford, dead, 13 Jan. 1 R. Vet. Br, Capt. Hill, from 99 F. Capt. vice Le Officers Wounded in the Expedition under Guay, 1 F.

do. Craig, from 94 F. vice Mac

Brigadier General Sir Archibald Camp2 donell, ret. list,

20 do. vell, K.C.B. against the Dominions of Unattached,

the King of Ava, between the 16th June Lieut. Lord. W. Paulet, from 7 F. and 12th July, 1824.

Capt. by purch. vice Bt. Maj. Bris- Capt. Johnson, 13 F, severely and dangerously. coe, R. Art. ret. 12 Feb. 1825. Lieut. Barrett, 13 F. severely-arm amputated.

Deaths.

Lieut. Mudge, R. Eng.

Hay, late 6 Vet. Bat. Edinb. 20 June, 1824. Maj. Gen. Powlett, Caversham, near Reading, Tudor, h. p. York Ran.

9 Oct. 6 Dec. 1824. Ensign W. A. Ross, 50 F. Up Park, Jamaica, Sir E. G. Butler, late of 87 F.

18 Nov. 1824, Foley, late of R. Mar. Worcester.

Paym. Lieut. Vinicombe, 50 F. Lieut. Col. Fraser, h. p. 18 F. Jamaica, 1 Nov.

Clarke, h. p. 84 F. Dublin, 24 Dec. Broome, R. Art. Jamaica, 4 Jan. 1825. Quart. Mast. Stewart, h. p. 76 F. Banff, 12 Jan. Major Mackenzie, 17 F, Jamaica.

Blanche, h. p. Reay Fencibles.
Newton, h. p. 1 Gar. Bat. Chatham, 1 Jan.

Commissariat Department.
Delius, h. p. 1 Line, Ger. Leg. 23 do.
Capt. Campbell, 91 F. Spanish Town, Jamaica,

As. Com. Gen. Rossiter, Demerara, 30 Dec. 29 Nov. 1824.

Medical Department. Forbes, b. p. 56 F. Sloane Street, 7 Feb. Surg. Gill, 50 F. Jamaica,

11 Dec. 1825. Staff As. Surg. Wiley, Jamaica,

24 Nov.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

à son.

24. At Gloucester Place, the lady of James Horner, Esq. younger of Newlands, of a son.

26. At Comiston, Mrs Forrest, of a daugh, ter.

March 3. At Maggerney Castle, the lady of Steuart Menzies, Esq. of Culdares, of a daughter.

4. At Broughton Place, Mrs Robert Blackie, of

- At Erskine, the Right Hon. Lady Blan. tyre, of a daughter.

6. At 30, Castle Street, Mrs David Cannan, of a son.

Mrs Johnston, 2, Minto Street, Newington, of a son.

9. The lady of Captain Dalyell, royal navy, of & son.

11. At Easter Warriston, the lady of Lieut.. General the Hon. Alex. Duff, of a daughter.

Mrs Kinloch, of Gourlie, of a daughter. 12. At Ardincaple Castle, the Right ton. Lady John Campbell, of a daughter.

13. At Milliken, the lady of Sir William Milliken Napier, Bart. of a son.

14. In Great King Street, the lady of H. Lums. den, Esq. advocate, of a son.

15. At Newhall, the lady of John Buckle, Esq. of a son.

At Hope Street, the lady of Lieut.-Colonel F. W. Taylor, of a daughter.

- At 3, Royal Circus, Mrs Walter Dickson, of a son.

17. At Castlemilk, Lanarkshire, Mrs Stirling, of a son.

- At 27, Castle Street, Mrs H. D. Dickie, of a son.

19. At Howard Place, Mrs Fairbairn, of a son.

20. Mrs Edington, West Maitland Street, of a son.

22. At Broughton Park House, Mrs Yule, of a daughter.

- At 10, Dublin Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Huie, of a daughter.

- At Altyre, Lady C. G. Cumming, of a daugh. ter.

At Fortmary, Mrs William Bell, of a son. 23. At Duddingston, the lady of George Steed, Esq. royal dragoons, of a daughter.

BIRTHS. June 19, 1824. At Miramichi, New Brunswick, the wife of Alexander Fraser, jun. Esq. of a son.

Sept. 18. At Serampore, the lady of George S. Elphinston, Esq. of a son.

25. At Walajabaud, the lady of LieutenantColonel Brodie, of the 23d native infantry, Madras, of a son.

Nov. 29. At Jamaica, the lady of Dr George Dempster, of a son.

Jan. 5, 1825. At Madeira, the lady of Dr William Gourlay of Kincraig, of a daughter.

6. At Halifax, the lady of Captain Houston Stewart, Royal Navy, of a son.

23. At the Union Hotel, St Andrew's Square, the lady of Captain Elliot, Royal Navy, of a son.

24. At Forth Street, Mrs A. Brojie, of a son. Feb. 1. At Montrose, Mrs Smart of Conensyth, of a daughter.

- At Haddington, Mrs Henry Davidson, of a son,

2. At Elder Street, Mrs Spence, of a daughter.

3. Near Scarborough, the lady of Captain Robert Bidwell Edwards, of a son. - At Ruchlaw

House, the lady of John Buchan Sydserf, Esq. of Ruchlaw, of a daughter.

4. Mrs Horsburgh, of Lochmalony, of a daughter.

- Mrs Archibald Douglas, Great King Street, of a son.

5. At London, the Countess of Mount Charles, lady of the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, of a son and heir.

6. At Kirkcudbright, the lady of D. Blair, Esa. younger of Borgue, of a daughter.

7. At 51, Frederick Street, Mrs Keith, of a daughter.

- In Dublin, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Macgregor, 88th regiment, of a daughter.

11. Mrs Moncreiðf, Northumberland Street, of a daughter.

13. At Arniston House, Lady Ann Cruickshank, of a son.

- At London, the Hon. Mrs Grant of Grant, of a son.

- At Cockenzie, Mrs H. F. Cadell, of a son. 14. At Shivas, Mrs Forbes Irving, of a daughter.

- In Upper Berkely Street, London, the lady of William T. Thornton, Esq. of a son.

15. At Edinburgh, Mrs Wötherspoon, George Street, of a son.

- At the Manse of Aberdour, Mrs Bryce, of a daughter.

- At Rroomhall, the Countess of Elgin and Kincardine, of a son.

18. At her father's, John Law M'Clellan, Esq. of Lauriston Castle, Cramond, the lady of George Drummond, Esq. of Dumeryne, of a daughter.

- At Edinburgh, the lady of Robert Whigham, Esq. advocate of a son.

20. At Woodville, near Edinburgh, Mrs James Wilson, of a daughter.

- At Trinity, Mrs Burnet, of a son.

21. At Dalkeith, the lady of Captain Robert Tait, R. N. of a daughter.

22. At George Square, the lady of Patrick Dudgeon, Esq. of East Craig, of a daughter.

At Edinburgh, the lady of Matthew N. Macdonald, Esq.

, W. S. of a son,

At Kinross Manse, Mrs Robertson, of a son.

At Douglas's Hotel, St Andrew's Square, Mrs Lockhart of Castlehill, of a daughter.

24. The Hon. Mrs George Macdonell, of a son. 25. Mrs Paul, 9, Howe Street, of a daughter. 26. At St Andrews, Mrs Balfour, of a daughter.

At Edinburgh, the lady of John Street, Esq. of the royal artillery, of a son.

28. At 5, West Circus Place, Mrs Clephane, of a daughter. 31.

At Prestonpans, Mrs Hislop, of a daughter. April 1. At Regulas, the lady of Sir Thomas Dick

Lauder of Grange and Fountainhall, Bart. of a daughter.

3. At Polkemmet, the lady of Sir William Bail. lie, Bart. of a son.

Lately, At No.5, St John Street, Mis H. Alexander, of a son.

Lately, Mrs Waugh, 13, St John Street, of a daughter.

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