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to the bar, accused of abstracting from sion.” The prisoner's Counsel, in bar of the person of William Rankine, on the sentence, pleaded that the verdict w23 11th of June last, in her own room, not explicit, as his client meant in the Grassmarket, a silver hunting. have pleaded guilty to the minor charge, watch, with brass chain and three gold and from the pressure of business at the keys. The pannel pleaded Not Guilty to time the case was certified to this Court. the indictment. Mr M'Neill stated to Mr W. Steel very ably stated the objec. the Court, that three witnesses had failed tion, and was replied to by Mr Dundas; to attend, and moved for a warrant for Mr Donald followed for the prisoner. The their apprehension. The case was clearly Court expressed an opinion that no pun. proved against the prisoner, who, it ap- ishment could follow an uncertain ferpeared, during the night libelled, had ab. dict, and Watt was dismissed from the stracted the watch from Rankine while

bar. asleep, and had pawned it in the shop of 22.-David Craig, accused of houseone Conolly for six shillings. It was breaking and theft, was placed at the bar, proved by police oficers that the prisoner and pleaded Guilty. The Lord Advocate had been five times convicted of theft, having restricted the libel, the Jury found and that she was considered habit and him Guilty, in terms of his own confession, repute a thief.

The Lord Justice Clerk and sentence of transportation for life was summed up the evidence ; after which, pronounced upon him. the Jury unanimously found the prisoner Joseph Bogle, James Sutherland, and Guilty, in terms of the libel. The Court John Muir, night watchmen on the pothen sentenced the prisoner to transpor. lice establishment, were then put to the tation for life.

bar, accused of murder, by violently as. 15.-Thomas Leinster, late a gentle. salting Terence Delancey, in the Cow. man's servant, or waiter, accused of three gate, on the nighi of the 7th, or morndifferent acts of theft, viz.---stealing from ing of the 8th July, and striking him sethe lobby of Oman's Waterloo Hotel, veral blows on the right leg, which was in June last, a silver fork ; and from fractured. Being carried to the Royal a Hotel in Prince's Street, a silver salt. Infirmary, he languished till the 2d day spoon; and from Thomas Drysdale, of August, when he died. The prisoners watchmaker, a silver watch; pleaded Guil. pleaded Not Guilty. Dr Ballingall, one of ty, and sentence of transportation for the surgeons of the Royal Infirmary, de. seven years was pronounced against him. poned that Delancey's death could not be

John M'Gregor, a boy apparently a- attributed wholly to the local injury, as bout twelve or thirteen years of age, ac- there were morbid symptoms which had cused of housebreaking and theft, aggra- no connexion with it ; and Dr Wishart, vated by having been previously convict. likewise a surgeon of the Royal Infirma. ed of theft, having, by forcing in a win. ry, that his death could neither be as. dow, on Sunday the 13th June last, en- cribed to the constitutional symptoms, tered the premises situated in Nicolson nor to the wound he had received, but to Street, belonging to Messrs Guthrie and a combination of both. Both of these Tait, and stealing therefrom £.17, plead. gentlemen, as well as Dr Black, concur. ed Guilty, and was sentenced to transpor- red in thinking that the fracture could tation for fourteen years.

not be occasioned by a blow, but by a The case of David Watt, tried for rob- fall. After a long examination of evi. bery and thest at the Glasgow Circuit, dence, both criminatory and exculpatory, was then called. The charges set forth had been gone through, and the speeches in the libel were robbery and theft, and of counsel heard, the Jury, without rethe prisoner pleaded Guilty. The Jury tiring, returned a viva voce verdict of Not returned a verdict, finding the prisoner Guilty, and the prisoners were dismissed “ Guilty, in terins of his own confes. from the bar,

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

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I. CIVIL. Oct. 26. The Earl of Aberdeen elected Lord Rector of the University there.

Nov. 2. George Bosanquet, Esq. to be Secretary of Legation at Nadrid.

- Henry Stephen Fox, Esq. to be Secretary of Legation at Turin.

5. Viscount Granville to be Ambassador at the Court of France.

Right Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, K. B. to be Ambassador at the Court of the Netherlands.

II. ECCLESIASTICAL. Oct. 4. The King presented the Rev. Dr James Ilunter to the Church and Parish of St. Leonards, Presbytery of St. Andrew's.

18. The Relief Congregation at llawick gave a unanimous call to the Rev. J. Brown to be their pastor.

Nov. 1. The Rev. James Foote, of Logie Pert, elected one of the Ministers of Aberdeen.

13. The Relief Congregation of Crieff gave a unanimous call to the Rev. John Martin to be their Minister.

18. Mr Andrew Thomson ordained Minister of the Associate Congregation, George-Street, Paisley.

- Rev. Mr Thomson ordained Minister of the Original Burgher Congregation at Paisley.

20. Mr Hope Johnstone of Annandale presented the Rev. James Monilands to the Church and Parish of Annan.

III. MILITARY. 1 Life Gds. Cornet and Sub-Lieut. Chetwynd, Lt. by purch. vice de Roos, prom.

1 Nov. 1821. H. Peyton, Cornet and Sub-Lieut. do. 1 Dr. Cornet Sir L. P. Glyn, Bart. Lieut. by

purch. vice Wathen, 15 Dr. 4 do. John Barney Petre, Cornet by purch. vice Glyn

do. Cornet Bulkley, Lieut. by purch. vice Methold, 75 F.

14 Oct. J. R. Somerville, Cornet

do. R. Whyte, Cornet by purch. vice Lord

Pelham, Royal Horse Gds. de. 8

Bt. Lieut. Col. Lord G. W. Russel, Lt.
Col, by purch. vice Westenra, ret.

28 do. Capt. Baumgardt, Maj. by purch. vice Deare, prom.

21 do. Bt. Maj. Badcock, from 14 Dr. Maj. by purch.

28 do. Lieu'. Morgel, Capt.

I do. Cornet Spooner, Lieut.

do. B. Wodehouse, Cornet

do. Lieut. H. Gage, Capt. by purch. vice Badcock, 8 Dr.

28 do. Cornet Musgrave, Lieut. by purch. vice Willes, ret.

27 do. Smith, do.

28 do. C. Delme, Cornet J. M. Dawson, Cornet

4 Nov. 15

Lieut. Wathen, from 1 Dr. Lieut. vice
Bayard, ret.

do. Gren. Gds. 2d Lieut. M'Kinnon, from Rifle Brig.

Ens. and Lieut. by purch. vicc Wigram, ret.

do. Bn. Surg. Watson, Surg. Maj. vice Nix.

11 do. Assist. Surg. Armstrong, Surg. vice Watson, ret.

do. C . G. Ens. Cotton, from 62 F. Ens. and Lieut.

by purch. vice Greaves, prom. 6 do. IF Capt. Glover, Maj. by purch. vice Bt.

Lieut. Col. Nixon, ret. 21 Oct. Licut. Suckling, Capt.

72

73

75

76

81

14

82

do.

do. Ens. Temple, Lieut.

do. E. Every, Ens.

do. 7

Ens. Lord S. A. Chichester, from 13 F.

Lieut. by purch. vice Greaves, prom.
34 F.

I do. 10

Bt. Lieut. Col. A. S. King, from h. p.

28 F. Maj. vice Gordon, exch. il do. VOL. XI.

Licut. Hutchison, from h. p. Staff Corps
Cav. Lieut. vice Rigney, dead

5 May 1821. Ens. Henley, Licut. vice O'Hara, dead

25 do. Luxmore, Lieut. vice Wall, dead

11 June G. Mylius, Ens.

27 Oct. W. S. Smith, do.

28 do. Staff Quart. Mast. Serj. Ward, Quart.

Mast. vice Kingsley, dead 21 do. Surg. White, from h. p. 84 F. Surg. více Callow, exch.

do. Maj. Faunt, Lieut. Col. by purch. vice Dickens, ret.

28 do. Capt. Davies, Maj.

do. Lieut. Greaves, from 7 F. Capt. do. Lieut. Cairns, Capt. by purch. vice Fraser, 50 F.

4 Nov. Ens. Skerry, Lieut.

do. Hon. F. Petrie, Ens.

do. 2d Lieut. Price, from 60 F. Ens. vice Tath well, prom.

7 Oct. Gent. Cadet, Wilbraham Egerton, from

Royal Mil. Coll. Ens. by purch. vice

Lord Chichester, prom. in 7 F. 4 do. W. Hope, Ens. vice Harrison, 83 F.

4 Nor. Lieut. Graham, from h. p. 23 F. Lieut. vice Hutchinson, 76 F.

11 do. Bt. Lieut. Col. Fraser, from 36 F. Maj. by purch. vice Price, ret.

do. Capt. Shaw, from 97 F. Capt. vice Bart.

ley, h. p. 89 F. G. Brockman, 2d Lieut. by purch. vice Price, 41 F.

21 Oct. Ens. Wilford, from h. p. 11 F. Ens. vice Wolff, exch.

11 Nov. Paym. Maclauren, from 77 F. Paym. vice Read, h. p.

do. Ens. Liddeel, Adj. vice Wolff, res. Adj. only

19 Aug W. Guard, Ens. by purch. vice Cotton, Coldst. Gds.

6 Nor. Lieut. Mair, from 47 F. Lieut. vice A. Stewart, h. p. 47 F.

11 Nov. Ens. Hickson, from h. p. 12 F. Quart. Mast. Campbell, exch.

do. Ens. Townsend, from 75 F. Lieut. by

purch. vice Lyttleton, ret. 28 Oct. Gent. Cadet, J. Graham, from R. Mil.

Coll. Ens. by purch. vice Townsend, 73 F.

do. Lieut. Hutchinson, from 46 F. Lieut. Wood, h. p. 25 F.

do. Lieut. Duval, Capt. by purch. vice Jenkins, ret.

do. Ens. Marsh, Lieut. A. Splaine, Ens.

co. . Lieut. Campbell, from Col., Comp.

Mauritius, Lieut. vice Holdsworth,
h. p. Col. Comp. Mauritius
Ens. Harrison, from 45 F. Lieut. vice
Summerfield, dead

do. Surg. Callow, from 31 F. Surg. vice White, exch.

do. Bt. Major Dixon, vice Wright, dead

20 Sept. Lieut. Cox, Capt. vice Dixon Ens. Popham, Lieut, vice Cox do.

Eyles, Lieut. by purch. vice Maclean, 95 F.

6 Nov. Lieut. Maclain, from 90 F. Capt. by vice Fox, prom.

28 Oct. Capt. Logie, from h. p. 92 F. Capt. vice Schaw, 50 F.

4 Nov. Ens. Last, Lieut. by purch. vice Beauclerk, prom.

20 do. Jaffray Nicholson, Ens. by purch. vice Last

do. Ens. Caldwell, Lieut. by purch. vice Hamilton, 2 W. J. R.

28 Oct. S. W. H. Ramsbottom, Ens. do. Paym. Irwin, from h. p. 51 F. Paym.

do, 5C

do.

de.

do.

83

84

90

on, ret.

95

97

99

Rif. Brig. Gent. Cadet J. S. Cameron, from Royal Discharged by Sentence of the same Court Mil. Coll. 2d Lieut. by purch. vice

Martial. M.Kinnon, Gren. Gds. 4 Nov. 1824. 2 W. I. R. Lieut. Hamilton, from 99 F. Capt. by

Lieut. White, 94 F. purch. vice Ross, African Col. Corpus

Killed and Wounded in the Expedition under the 21 Oct.

Command of Brigadier General Sir Architea Ceylon R. Lieut. Malcolm, Capt. vice Dunne, dead

4 May

Campbell, K.C.B. Lieutenant-Colord of the 58

Regiment, against the Dominions of the King 20 Lieut. Mylius, 1st Lieut. vice Smith, dead

30 do.

of Ava, between the 16th May and 16th Juu

1824. W. Garstin, 2d Lieut.

28 Oct.
2d Lieut. Warburton, Ist Lieut. vice

Between the 16th and 31st May.
Malcolm, prom.
11 Nov.

Killed.
Francis Norris Toole, 2d Lieut. vice
Warburton,

do.

Lieut. Howard, 13 F. Afr. C. C. George Anthony Knott, Paymast.

Kert, 18 F.
24 Oct.

Wounded.
Capt. Ross, from 2 W. I. R. Capt. vice
Donald, ret.

21 do. Maj. Chambers, 41 F. severely but not dangerously. Quart. Mast. Serj. Brown, of late W.I.R. Lieut. Michell, 58 F. right leg amputated, and Quart. Mast. vice Mahon, dead

left leg severely wounded.

28 do. Lieut. O'Hallaran, 38 F. left leg amputated. Unattached.

Between the 1st and J6th June. Capt. Fox, from 95 F. Maj. of Infantry, by purch.

TVounded. vice Bt. Lieut. Col. Long, ret. 6 Nov. 1824.

Lieut. Petry, 13 F. slightly.
Chichester, from 2 Life Gds, Major of Inf.

Grimes, 38 F, slightly. by purch. vice Bt. Lieut. Col. Dunsmure, ret.

do. In the Reduction of the Island of Cheduba, 18th Lieut. Hon. W. T. Graves, from Coldst. Gds.

May 1824. Capt. by purch. vice Bt. Major Dalzel, ret.

do.

Wounded.
Beauclerk, from 99 F. Capt. by purch. vice Brevet Major Thornhill, 13 F. slightly.
Payne, ret.

29 do

Ensign Kershaw, do do.
Garrisons.

Deaths.
Lieut. Schartz, h, p. Nova Scotia Fencibles, Town
Adj. of Cape Breton, vice Weeks, dead

Lieut. Gen. Jeaffreson, of late 4 Gar. Bn.
25 June 1824.

Desbrisay, late of Royal Art. Teignmouth, Devonshire,

March 1623. Ordnance Department.-Royal Engineers. Maj. Gen. T. Carey, late of 3 F. Gds. London

9 Nov. 1824. Capt. Oldfield, from h. p. Capt. vice Bt. Major

Colonel W. Marlay, Dep. Quart. Mast. Gen. at Kilvington, h. p. 30 Sept. 1824. Madras

6 May 2d Capt. Melhuish, from h. p. 2d Capt. vice Mac- Lieut. Col. Warren, 47 F. East Indies. donald, ret.

28 do.
Wright, 90 F. Cephalonia

19 Sept
Major Hart, h. p. Glengarry Feneibles
Hospital Staf

Capt. Smith, 11' Dr. Philibeat, near Barully, BenSurg. Maj. Nixon, of Gren. Gds. to have the Rank gal

of Inspector of Hosp. without any additional Perry, 38 F. Fort-William, Bengal 11 Aprü Pay 10 Nov. 1824. Coote, Wallajahbad, Madras

23 May Assist. Surg. Hunter, from h. p. 2 Garr. Bn. As- Sheehy, 89 F. sist. Surg. vice Hosp. Assist. Ewing, 21 F.

Sir J. A. Giffard, Bt. h. p. 24 Dr. 8 Sept.

28 Aug. 1823. W. Thomson, Hosp. Assist. vice Geddes, dead

Bayly, do.

1894. 12 Oet,

Sidaway, h. p. Wagg. Train 11 Jan.
Rice, h. p. 53 F.

6 June 1823 Chaplains' Department.

Tathwell, h. p. Indep. Rev. R. J. Hatchman, A.B. Chaplain to the For

Cooke, do.

26 April 1824 ces, vice R. G. Curtois, h. p. 11 Oct. 1824.

Hall, South Lincoln Mil.

17 Oct Lieut. Carroll, 4 Dr. London

17 Nov. Exchanges.

Howard, 13 F. killed in action with the Burmese

May Major Lockyer, from 19 F. with Maj. Lenn, 57 F.

Claus, 54 F. Madras

5 June Capt. Forster, from 75 F. with Capt. Lord Church.

Cartwright, Royal Afric, Col. Corps, Cape ill, h. p. 85 F.

Coast Lieut. Harrison, from 53 F. with Lieut. Adams,

Mackenzie, do. do

27 May Cape Corps.

Brown, of late Invalids, Windsor 7 Noe. Paymast. Bowden, from 2 F. with Paymast. Darby,

Bailey, of late 4 Vet. Bn. h. p. 21 Dr.

Chittle do, do. Quart. Mast. Griffith, from 1 F. with Lieut. Mac

Smith, h. p. Wage. Train, Britfond, near kay, h. p. 42 F.

Salisbury

18 Sept.

Hutchinson, h. p. Coldst. Gds. 21 June
Resignations and Retirements

Taggart, h. p. 60 F. drowned
Lieut. Col. Westenra, 8 Dr.

Grant, h. p. 97 F.

17 do. Nixon, 1 F.

M'Tavish, h. p. 3 W. I. R. Greenock
Dickens, 34 F.
Price, 50 F.

Fraser, h. p. 8 W. I. R.

7 Pet Long, Royal Marines.

M•Leod,
h. p. Dunlop's Corps, Rasay:

In-
Dunsmure, do.

verness-shire

3 Oct. 1823. Major Dalzell, Royal Marines.

Fellows, he p. 1 Line Germ. Leg.
Capt. Jenkins, 81 F.

16 April 1824. Donald, R. Afr. Col. Corps.

Biermann, h. p. Brunswick Infantry.
Lieut. Willes, 14 Dr.

Ensign Cuming, 46 F. Madras
Wigram, Gren. Gds.

30 July 4 May

29 Ang

Sept.

6 July

May

Uniacke, Royal African Col Corps
Lyttleton, 73 F.

Lock, h. p. 60 F. Jounah, Morninabad,
Hosp. Assist. J. Thornton

East Indies

16 May C. Pargeter.

Gaynor, h. 112 F.

Chisholm, h. p. Royal Af. Corps, Cape Removed by Sentence of a General Court

Coast

1 July Martial, held at Gibraltar 6th July 1824.

Chaplain Raddish, h. p. 132 F.

12 do. Paymast. Coward, h. p. 2 Dr.. Tarbolton, near Ensign and Adj. Coward, 94 F.

Kilmarnock

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill.
N.B.-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,
Attach.

Attach.
1824. Ther. Baro.
Wind. Weather. 1824. Ther. Baro. Wind. Weather.

Ther.
Ther.
Morn. snow,

M.28 29.472 M.38
NW.

Day shower.
A. 44

SW.
.368 A. 43 )
dull day
A. 37 102 A. 39

Hail & sleet.
M.33 28.999 M.44) Dull, w.th
NW.
M.41 28.770 M.51

Ditto.
A. 44

SW.
showers rain
.996 A. 45 )

.825 A. 50 S
M.32 29.225 M. 13

Dull, cold,
M.32 29.812 M.45

Forn. sunsh.
SW.
18

SW.
A. 39 .190 A. 40

with hail.

A. 38
.285 A. 445

aftern. dull,
M.277
.240 M.39
Fair, sunsh.

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SW.

w.

day fair dull, A. 34 .322 A. 38

but cold.

A. 42 .289 A. 47 S night snow. M.28 .355 M.38

Morn. frost

M.31 28.302 M. 10
NW.
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Cble.
A. 34

day sunsh.
.575 A. 38

A. 38
.999 A. 41 )

rain night
M.31
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Dull, with
A. 35

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rain night.

A. 41
.999 A. 41 S

rain.
,325 M. 15
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M.35
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Day sleet
A. 50 .215 A. 471 rain aftern.

A. 39
.591 A. 40 S

land rain. M. 10 .176 M. 45

Day dull,
SW.

M.35
8

rain night. .292 A. 43

Ditto.
A. 42

205 A. 42
M.313 .135 M.46
Rain most

.517 M.44
SW.

Rain most

NE,
A. 40 .204 A. 45

of day.

VA. 42
.862 A. 43

of day.
M.31 .175 M.45
Morn. dull,

.950 M.41
SW.

25
.294 A. 15 )
day rain.
LA. 40 29.384 A. 39

even. cold.
M.36
Fair sunsh.

.438 M.38

Dull morn. 26

NW.
aftern.
A. 43 .425 A. 425

.626 A. 38

day sunsh. M.33 .364 M. 12

Showers hail

M.29

.625 M.56
SW.
12{
A. 38
.680 A. 40
and snow.

27
A. 34
.460 A. 36

Morn. snow
M.32 .315 M.44

Rain & sleet
13
SW.

M.29 28.968 M 35

28
A. 45 28.865 A. 44
Fair, but

.809 A. 41

Fair, but
M.38 .862 M.30
14

SW.
very cold.

.242 M.42)
M.36

Idull.
29

SW.
A. 14 29.124 A. 48
Fair, with

,568 A. 19

Day frost, M.27 498 M.48

SW.

sunsh.
15

.999 M.35
M.264
30

Snow night

NW.
A. 31
A99 A. 45

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.682 M.37 Nw.

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT. Prom the middle till the end of November, rains and loud winds were frequent. The depth of rain, in little more than two weeks, amounted to something more than three inches. The mean temperature for that period was 39° Fahrenheit. December commenced with frost, which continued, with occasional sprinklings of snow, till the 11tb, the mean temperature for these ten days being 32°; lowest range, on the 4th, was 20'. Since the 11th, the temperature has become more elevated ; the mer. cury, at ten this forenoon, stands at 50° in the shade. Vegetation has made little pro. gress since our last. Turnips have gained nothing, and a considerable breadth has already been cleared for the feeding-byre. There has been no wheat sown since our last. Fallow wheat looks fresh,—late sown, after pease, comes forward slowly. Plowing was completely at a stand since the beginning of the present month. Plows are now at work, and winter plowing is, for the most part, about over ; it is yet too early to commence plowing seed furrow. About the middle of November, it was evident that the ports would remain shut for barley, and the price of that species of grain immediately rose from 3s. to 4s. per boll. Wheat has Auctuated but little since our last ; good samples (and there is little bad this season) bring from 30s. to 338. per boll ; barley nearly the same. Oats, notwithstanding the importation, continue to look up in price ; good samples bring from 19s. to 20s. 6d. per boll. Potatoes sell briskly at 11s. per weighed boll, of 32 stones Dutch weight.

Pat cattle are in request, and bring from 7s. 6d. to 8s per stone, sinking offal ;' lean stock are less in demand at this season, and bring about 6s. per stone. Sheep have sold well for some months past, and are now likely to bring remunerating prices : they have been for some years past a losing concern. The late frost, which was ac. companied with deep snow on high hills, has brought down the sheep to their winter pasture.

Perthshire, December 13, 1824.

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Wheat, 240 lbs.
Oats, 264 lbs. Barley, 320 lbs.

Bns. & Pse. Oatmeal Flour, 1824.

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Wht. Rye. Barley Oats. Beans. Pease. Oatm.

S. d. s, d. S. d. S. d. s. d.
Nov. 6 63 3 34 10 599 91 1| 42 7

13 65 1 37 10 37 7 21 11 41 5
20 6.5 8 37 6 35 10 22 5 41 6
27 64 9 38 3 39 10 22 8 42 0

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