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they were joined by another person, and in hanged for the robbery in question. Oweng the course of the storm the shepherd began stated in his cross-examination that propoto relate the circumstance of his brother sals had been made to him for saving his having been killed by lightning about thirty life if he gave information against Mro Conyears ago, when the narrator received a nor; and a Dublin paper states that the shock which instantly deprived him of his conspiracy has been traced to a Magistrate life. His dog was also killed by his side; in the county of Cork, against whom Mr -his companion received a shock, but was O'Connor has instituted an action. Sir F. merely stunned. The watch of the deceased Burdett was summoned as a witness for the was melted in his fob, the steel chain shiv. defence, and gave a high character of Mr ered to pieces, and the glass shattered into a O'Connor for honour and integrity. The sort of sand.

verdict of acquittal was hailed with loud On Thursday the 31st ult. soon after ten acclamations by those within and without o'clock, Manchester and its neighbourhood the Court, and the people were with diffiwere visited by a very serious and violent culty prevented from carrying Sir Francis thunder storm, accompanied with a descent and Mr O'Connor in triumph through the of hailstones of an amazing size. The elec- town, which was illuminated with bonfires tric fluid has left awful impressions of its in the evening. destructive power : at Pendleton, two men, Canal between Edinburgh and Glasgoro. of the names of John Armitage and John -The first general meeting of proprietors Royle, were struck dead whilst making hay, of the Union Canal, which is to extend and several others were much stunned, and from Edinburgh to the Forth and Clyde narrowly escaped ; Mr Gorton, bleacher, Canal at Falkirk, took place in the Royal ras knocked down in the same direction. Exchange Coffee-house, Edinburgh, on

7.-Chain Bridge.A chain bridge is Tuesday the 5th, when the following gentlejust finished at Dryburgh, which has been men were unanimously chosen members of erected at the expence of the Earl of Bu- the Committee of Management, viz. chan, for the convenience of foot passengers, Right Hon. William Arbuthnot, Lord across the river Tweed. The appearance of Provost of Edinburgh -Sir John Mar. this bridge is uncommonly light and ele- joribanks, Bart. of Lees, V. P.-Colonel gant, and, connected with the fine scenery Robert Anstruther-Mr John Wigham, of Dryburgh, it is beautiful and interesting. jun.-Mr Robert Morton-Watkin Wil. It consists of a platform of wood, supported liam Massie, Esq.-John Kid, Esq. Glasby chains suspended from pillars on each gow-James M. M‘Cuiloch, Esq. of Ardside of the river, at the height of eighteen well—Robert Graham, Esq. of Whitehill feet above low water, and has no support -General William Maxwell— Alexander under it. The passage is easy and level, Munro, Esq. and Robert Downie, Esq. of and has very little vibration. The span Appin.-The meeting afterwards appointbetween the points of suspension is two hun. ed Mr G. Moncreiff to be clerk to the dred and sixty-one feet, being the greatest Company, and Mr Hugh Baird to be their span of any bridge in the kingdom. engineer. It appeared, on examining the

8.-Roger 0°Connor, Esq.-This gen- subscription papers, that there was a defitleman, so well known in the political his. ciency of nearly L.27,000, which required tory of Ireland, was apprehended in the end to be filled up before the work can comof April last, on a charge of having been mence. Since the meeting, however, that concerned in the robbery of the Galway sum is reduced by new subscriptions to a mail-coach, in 1812, at Cuppagh Hill, little more than L.15,000, which there is county of Kildare, where it was attacked every reason to believe will be made up in and robbed of a considerable sum in bank a few days. bills, &c. This not being a bailable of. 9.--Edinburgh High School. The an. fence, Mr O'Connor was kept in prison in nual examination of this school took place Dublin till removed to Trim, county of yesterday; when the gold medal, the gift Meath, where his trial cameon on the 5th in. of the late Colonel P. Murray, was adjudg. stant, and ended in a most triumphant ac- ed to Master William Glover, son of Mr quittal. The prosecution was carried on at W. Glover, merchant, Leith.--Another the instance of the Post-office, Dublin ; but beautiful gold medal was presented to their principal witnesses, Michael Owens Master George Napier, son of G. Napjer and Daniel Waring, seemingly two of the Esq. of Dales, the same young gentleman most infamous characters that ever dis- who won the Greek medal last year. An graced society, prevaricated so in their tes- clegant gold medal, given by Mr Pillans, timony, that no doubt remained on the minds the Rector, to the best scholar in his geoof the Court and jury, that they had con- graphy class, was gained by Master Henry spired against the life of the gentleman at Dundas Drummond.—The writing class, the bar. Owens was recently under sen- taught by Mr MoKean, was examined on tence of death for robbery, and obtained his Thursday. Two elegant medals, the gifts pardon by swearing informations against of Walter Brown, Esq. College Bailie, and M O'Connor, and Waring's brother was Mr M-Kean, were adjuged by the examinators, and presented, the one to Master the gallery of the Court, in terms of apGavin Milroy, son of Andrew Milroy, Esq. parent approbation. jeweller, Edinburgh, and the other to Mas- 15.-Riot in the Isle of Man.- A new ter David Scott, son of William Scott, Esq. code of criminal laws for the Isle of Man, Leith Links.

including an act for regulating the sale of 12:-Shocking Barbarity. The assizes herrings, and an act for abolishing all paper at Trim, Ireland, terminated on Saturday money for the payment of sums under last. One of the convicts, named Martin, twenty shillings, both passed in the last has been executed for a barbarous murder, session of Parliament, were lately proclaimcommitted on the persons of a young wo- ed, according to ancient usage, before the man and her infant child, of which child inhabitants of the island, in presence of the he was the father. He had promised the constituted authorities.—During the recital young creature marriage, and prevailed on of the latter act, there appeared a manifest her to cross the country with him, in or- disposition to tumult, amongst a part of the der to go to a priest, by whom to be mar. assembled crowd, which increased in such a ried ; in a field upon the way the diaboli. degree as to require the assistance of the cal villain murdered his unsuspecting vic- military. Only one of the mob was tim and her infant, and put the bodies into slightly wounded in the arm by a sabre. a hole. Providence sleepeth not: a heavy It appears that this tumult was occasioned rain washing away the earth, the hand of by a false report, industrioexly propagated, the murdered woman was observed by a that the new laws had for their object the passenger, and this led to the discovery of levying a heavy tribute upon herrings, to this horrible transaction-one at which hu. support the bishop and clergy. man nature shudders. The circumstances New Steam Vesscl.A fine new steamwere so strong, the Jury had no hesitation boat, called the Tug, arrived at Leith yes. in finding the wretch guilty. After his terday morning from Glasgow. From the conviction he acknowledged the crime. large dimensions of this vessel, she could

13.-Horrid Depravity. At the late Mul- not pass through the Forth and Clyde Calingar assizes, in Ireland, Thomas Clarke nal, but came north about through the and Henry Burke were found guilty of the Pentland Frith, and although she encounmurder of Patrick Mahon, by beating out tered most boisterous weather off Cape his brains with an iron crow. The villains, Wrath, and in the Murray Frith, has arafter their conviction, evinced a hardened rived in perfect safety. In the hard gale depravity, which deeply shocked Lord Nor. of yesterday, she came up the frith against bury and a crowded Court; they declared wind and tide, with a degree of velocity aloud, that on the night of the day they that astonished the numerous spectators. would be executed, their associates would The Tug is the property of the Edinburgh, have the lives of all concerned in their pro- Glasgow, and Leith Shipping Company, sccution; and the brother of the prisoner, and is intended for towing their vessels Clarke, had the audacity to call to him from from Leith to Grangemouth. .

PATENTS LATELY ENROLLED.

JOUN RAFFIELD, of Edward Street, Portman from vibrating substances, a tone or musical sound, Square, architect, for certain improvements on, the peculiar powe s in the management whereof are and additions to, his former patent, for an appara- entirely new, and which musical instrument he de tus to be attached to firc-stoves of all descriptions nominates The Sostinente Piano Forte. Feb for rooms, for the removal of cinders and ashes, ruary 1. and for the better prevention of dust arising there WILLIAM BUNDY, Pratt Place, Camden from, which said additions may be used jointly or Town, mathematical instrument-maker, for maseparately January 10, 1817.

chinery for breaking and preparing flax and hemp. TO JOSEPH de CAVAILLON, Sambrook Court, February 1. London, gentleman, for improveinents in the pre- JAMÉS ATKINSON WEST, Crane Court, paring, clarifying, and refining of sugar, and other Fleet Street, brass-worker and lamp-manufacturer, vegetable, animal, and mineral substances, and in for improvements in or on lustres, chandeliers, and the machinery and utensils used therein. Jan. 3. lamps, of various descriptions, and in the manner

ROBERT DICKINSON, Great Queen Street, of conveying gas to the same. February 6. Esq. for a inethod or methods of preparing or pav. WILLIAM CLARK, Bath, Esq. for a contriv. ing streets and reads for horses and carriages, so as ance called a safe guard to locks, applicable to locks to render the parts or pavements when so done in general, by which they may be so s cured as to more du able, and ultimately less expensive, than defy the attempts of plunderers using pick-locks or those in common usc, and presenting other impor- false keys. February 8. tant advantages. January 23.

ROBERT HARDY, Worcester, iron-founder, DANIEL WILSON, Dublin, gentleman, for for iinprovements in the manufacturing of cast iron improvements in the process of boiling and refining bushes or pipe-boxes for chaise, coach, waggon, and sugar. January 23.

all other sorts of carriage wheels. February 20. GEORGE MONTAGUE HIGGINSON, of RICHARD LITHERLAND, Liverpool, watchBovey Tracy, Devon, lieutenant in the navy, for maker, for improvements in, or on, the escapement improvements in locks. February 1.

of watches. February 20. WILLIAM WALL, Wandsworih, watchmaker, RICHARD HOLDEN, Stafford Street, St Maryfor a horizontal e capement for watches. Feb. I. le-bone, gentleman, for machines for producing

ISAAC ROBERT MOTT, Brighton, composer rotatory and pendulous motion in a new manner. and teacher of music, for a method of producing, February 20.

BRITISH LEGISLATION.

Acts passed in the 57th Year of the Reign of George III. or in the Fifth Session of the

Fish Parliament of the United Kingdom.

Cap. I. To continue and extend the Pro- liberty of the subjects of this realm. Privisions of an Act of the Forty-ninth Year vileges of Members of Parliament not invaof his present Majesty, for regulating the lidated.—Persons against whom indictments Trade and Commerce to and from the Cape for high treason are already found, to be of Good Hope, until the 5th day of July tried thereon.--The Secretary of State may 1820; and also for regulating the Trade of order persons committed to be removed to the Island of Mauritius.Feb. 24, 1817. any other goal ; but per ons so removed

Trade to the eastward of the Cape of are not to be deprived of right to be tried Good Hope, to be regulated by Order in or discharged. Council.Goods imported or exported con- Cap. IV. To extend the privileges of the trary to Order in Council, forfeited, as also Trade of Malta to the Port of Gibraitar... the vessels.East India Company's rights March 4. not to be affected.

Cap. V. For continuing to his Majesty Cap. II. For raising the Sum of TWEN. certain Duties on Malt, Sugar, Tobacco, TY-FOUR MILLIONS, by Exchequer Bills, and Snuff, in Great Brituin; and on Penfor the Service of the Year 1817. Feb. 24. sions, Offices, and Personal Estates in Eng

The Treasury may raise £24,000,000 by land ; and for receiving the Contributions Exchequer Bills, in like manner as is pre- of Persons receiving Pensions and holding seribed by 48 Geo. III. cap. 1.-Treasury Offices ; for the Service of the Year 1817. to apply the money so raised.--To be pay- -March 4 able out of the Supplies for the next Session. Sect. 38.-_Whereas his Royal Highness -To bear an interest not exceeding 3d. the Prince Regent has been graciously pleasper centper diem.-To be current at the ed to direct certain sums to be contributed Exchequer after April 5, 1818.-Bank of and paid, from the Civil List revenue, in England may advance £15,000,000 on the aid of the public service of the year 1817, credit of this Act, notwithstanding the Aet and whereas many persons holding offices 5 and 6 Gul. & Mariæ.

and places in his Majesty's service, and Cap. III. To empower his Majesty to see others having or holding pensions or other cure and detain such Persons as his Majesty emoluments derived from the public, arc shall suspect are conspiring against his Per. desirous of contributing proportions of their son and Government.-March 4.

respective official incomes, salaries, pensions, That all or any person or persons that

or other emoluments, for the same purpose ; are or shall be in prison within that part of be it therefore enacted, that it shall be lawthe United Kingdom called Great Britain, ful for the Commissioners of his Majesty's at or upon the day on which this Act shall Treasury of the United Kingdom of Great receive his Majesty's royal assent, or after, Britain and Ireland, or any three or more by warrant of his said Majesty's most hon- of them, or for the Lord High Treasurer ourable Privy Council, signed by six of the of the United Kingdom of Great Britain said Privy Council, for high treason, sus- and Ireland for the time being, to issue picion of high treason, or treasonable prac. such directions, for one year, commencing tices, or by warrant signed by any of his the 5th day of April 1817, to the officers Majesty's Secretaries of State, for such of the Exchequer, and of the several departcauses as aforesaid, may be detained in safe ments of the Civil List of Great Britain recustody, without bail or mainprize, until spectively, as may be necessary for giving the 1st day of July 1817; and that no judge effect to the most gracious intention of his or justice of the peace shall bail or try any Royal Highness in such contribution, and such person or persons so committed, with- for executing the intentions of such other out order from his said Majesty's Privy persons as aforesaid ; and no deduction shall Council, signed by six of the said Privy be made, or fee, emolument, or allowance Council, until the 1st day of July 1817; taken, by any person returning, receiving, any law or statute to the contrary notwith- or paying any such contributions as afore. standing.--Act in Scotland of 1701, so far said.-Bank of England authorized to adas relates to treason, suspended. Persons vance a certain sum, not ex ing three committed there not to be tried, &c. with millions, on the credit of this Act. out such order as aforesaid._From and af. Cap. VI. To make perpetual certain ter the 1st day of July 1817, the said per- Paris of an Act of the Thirty-sirth Year sons so committed, shall have the benefit of his present Majesty, for the Safely and and advantage of all laws and statutes in Prescrvation of his Majesty's Person and my way relating to, or providing for, the Government against reasonable and Scaria

tious Practices and Attempts; and for the 37. Geo. III. c. 70, and 37. Geo. III. Safety and Preservation of the Person of (Irish) revived and made perpetual. his Royal Highness the Prince Regent Cap. VIII. To continue until the 5th day against Treasonable Practices and Attempts. of April 1820, an Act of the Fifty-second, March 17.

Year of his present Majesty, to regulate the Cap. VII. To revive and make perpetu- Separation of damaged from sound Coffee, al Two Acts of the Thirty-seventh Year of and to permit Dealers to send out any his present Majesty, the One in the Parlia- quantity of Coffee, not crceeding Eight ment of Great Britain, and the ther in the Pounds cocight, without a Permit-March Parliament of Ireland, for the better Pre- 17. "vention and Punishment of Attempts to Cap. IX. For vesting all Estates and Seduce Persons serving in his Majesty's Property occupied for the Barrack Service Forces by Sea or Land from their Duty in the Comptroller of the Barrack Depart. and Allegiance to his Majesty, or to incite ment, and for granting certain Poreets to them to Mutiny or Disobedience.March the said Comptroller.- March 17. 17.

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

1. CIVIL. Sir William Gartow, Attorney-General, to be a Puisne Baron of Exchequer, vice Sir R. Richards.

Sir Samuel Shepherd, Solicitor-Gener.], to be Attorney-lieneral, rice Sir William Garrow.

Rob rt Gifford, Esq. to be Solicitor-General, vice Sir S. Shepherd.

G. F. Beitze, Esq. to be Portcullis Poursuivant of Arms.

July 1.-Knighthoot conferred on John Evans, Esq. High sheriff ot' Middlesex.

2.-Knighthood conferred on W. H. Robinson, Esq. Commissary-Gen ra: to his Majesty's Forces in Canada.

16.-The Duke of Wellington granted the royal license to wear the insignia of a knight Grand Cross of the Royal Sicilian Military Order of St Ferdinand and of Merit, and also of a Knight of the Royal Sicilian Order of St Januarius, given by the King of the Two Sieilies.

22.-The Right Hon. Edward Thornton to be his Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at the Court of his Most Faithful Majesty ;-and

The Hon. Frane's Reginald Forbes to be Secretary to his Majesty's Legation at that Court.

30.-1r Plant to be Under Secretary of State for the Home Department, vice Mr Cooke, resigned.

Aug. 2.- The Prince Regent has, by letters patent, authorised Lord Bathurst to exercise all the rights and privileges belonging to a knight of the Garter, a fully as if he has been formally installed.

16.-The Hon. Williain Maule, Admiral of the epast from *roughty i östle to the Tod Head, has appointed James Burnes, wiiter in Moutrose, his deputy.

Members returned to Parliament. Sir Samuel Shepherd for Dorchester.

Robert Gifford, Esq. for Eye, vice Sir William Garrow.

Edmond Wodehouse, Esq. for Norfolk, vice Sir J. H. Astley, deceased.

Jui. 28.-- The Right Hon. Nicholas Vansittart, for Harwich.

Ass. 1.-The Hon. J. P. Vereker, for the city of Limerick.

to be minister of the church and parish of Nice. Presbytery of Tain, vacant by the death of Mr Alexander Macadam.

Oxford, Aug. 16.--Friday se'ennight, the Bishop of Oxford was admitted Warden of AD Souls College, with the usual ceremonies, in the room of the Rev. Edinund Isham, D.D. deceased.

At a private Ordination, holden by the Lord Bishop of Kildare, Thomas Grantham, M. A. fellow of Magialen College, was ordained a Deacon.

18.-The llev. George Rous, to the Rectory of Laverton, Somerset.

Rev. F. S. Wall, to the vicarage of Stoke, St Milbro',

Salop: ev. - Winnington, to the vicarage of Cliftonupon-Teame, Herefordshire.

Rev. James Sparrow to the Rectory of Hemlock, Devon.

The Rev. George Frederic Tavel, A. M. to the Rectory of Campsey Ash, in Suffolk.

Sunday se'ennight the following gentlemen mere ordained in the parish church at Kendal, Westmoreland, by the Bishop of Chester :

D'acons,Jhn Wim Trevor, B. A. St John's Collegr; Robert Brade Brocklebank, B. A. and John William Sinclair, B. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge: Henry Richardson, John Master Wall er, Jeffery Hebdon, James Hayes, Joseph Docker, and Humphrey Brown, Literates.

Prixs, -John Thomas Bowe, B. A. Richard Moore, A. M. Christopher Barnes, Wm Rigg, Johu Douglas, Literates.

III. MILITARY. The 15th Foot to bear the words “ Martinique and “ Guadaloupe” on its colours and appointments.

The 67th Foot to bear the word " Barrosa" on its colours and appointments.

The 74th Foot to bear the words * Busaco," " Fuentes d'Onor," “ Ciudad Rodrigo," « Badajoz,”. “ Salamanca," " Vittoria," " Pyrenees," & Nivelle," “ O thes," and " Toulouse," on its colours and appointments.

The Royal Scots to bear the words “ Busaco," " Salamanca," Vittoria," * St Sebastian," " Nive," “ Peninsula,” and “ Waterloo," on its col. ours and appointments.

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The 3ith Foot, “ Vittoria." 2 L. G. Comet and Sub.-Lt. T. Marten to be Lieut. by purch. vice Meares, 18 F.

25d June 1817 G. Greenwood, to be Comet and Sub-Lt. vice Marten

do 2 D.G. Lieut. C. Kearney, to be Capt. by purch, vice Hunter, retires

19th do. Cornet J. G. Green, to be Lieut. by purch. vice Kearney, prom.

30 July

II. ECCLESIASTICAL.
July 17.-The Associate Congregation of North
Leith gave an unanimous call to the Rev. John
Brown, of Biggar, to be their pastor.

31.-Mr Gavin Struthers, preacher of the gospel, was ordained assistant and successo* to the Rev. James Stewart, Minister of the Relief Congregation, Anderston.

Aug. 3.-His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Lewis Rose

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3 D.G. Cornet Charles Drury, to be Lieut. by purch. R.Y.R. Gent. Cadet G. Taylor, to be Ensign, vice vice Stuart, prom.

19th June
Eager

19th June Jocelyn Willey, to be Cornet by purch. vice

G. T. Ridsdale, to be Ensign, vice Acome Drury 19th June

3d July 5 Lieut. B. Christie, to be Capt, by purch.

R.W.I.Ran. Ens. G. Flood to be Lieut. vice Stewvice Brunskill, retires

3 July
art, dead

do. ? Dr. Lieut. James Gape, to be Capt. by purch.

Canad. Fen. Capt. J. M. Wallace, from 23 Dr. to rice Bt. Major Vernon, retires 19th June

be Maj. by purch. vice De Haren,

retires Cornet A. Trotter, to be Lieut. by purch.

1st January vice Gape

do.
Brevet Major W.M. Leake of R. Art. to be Lt.
Col. in the Army

4th June 1813 W. H. Oram, to be Cornet by purch. vice Trotter

do.
5 D.G. Cornet Wm Locke to be Lieut. by purch.

J. Gardiner to be Cornet by purch. vice Cornet H. Cazalet, from 4 Dr. to be Lt. by

Watson, prom.

10th July 1817 purch. vice Biddulf, prom..

26th do.

Ass. Surg. D. M'Gregor, fm, 56 F. to be H. E. Porter, to be Cornet by purch. vice

Assist. Surg. vice Speer, ret. upon h. p. do. Smith, prom.

3d July 4 Dr. Thomas Harrison to be Cornet by purch. S. A. H. Lucas, to be Cornet by purch. vice

vice Cazalet, pror. 6 Dr.

do. Armstrong, prom.

do. 10 John Trollope, to be Cornet by purch. vice 10 Capt. H. R. C. Stapylton, to be Major by

Brown, retires purch. vice Lowther, 12 F. 19th June

23 Lieut. C. Bacon, to be Capt by purch. vice Lieut. E. F. Meynell, to be Capt. by purch.

Wallace, Canadian Fenc.

do. vice Stapylton

do.

Cornet S. C. Simpson, to be Lieut. by purch. Cornet Wm Gale, to be Lieut. by purch.

vice Bacon

do. vice Meynell

26th do. 24 Cornet W. H. West, to be Lieut. by purch. Hon. R. Watson, to be Cornet by purch.

vice Procter, prom.

do. vice Gale

do.

6 F. Ensign T. Holyaoke, from h. p. 58 F. to be 12 P. N. De Carteret, to be Cornet by purch.

Ens. vice Edwards, ex. rec. diff. do. vice Mayne, 1 Life Guards 19th June

16 Lieut. Wm Orr, from h. p. to be Lieut, vice 18 Serj.-Major John Collins, to be Quart.-Mas

Hasleham, ex.

do. ter, vice Tarleton, ret. h. p. 12th do.

31 Capt. W. H. Milles, from h. p. to be Capt. 19 John Hall, to be Cornet by purch. vice Dun

vice Elder, ex. rec. diff.

do. gan, prom.

do. 50 Ensign T. Edwards, from h. p. 83 F. to be 3 F.G. Lieut. W.L. Forster, to be Lièut. and Capt.

Ensign, vice Lumsden, ex. vice Lake, resigns

26th do.

53 Lieut. A. F. Gregory, from 4 Dr to be Capt. Ensign G. R. Abercromby, from 51 F. to

by purch. vice Fernandez, ret.

do. be Ensign and Lieut. vice Forster do. 60 F. Qrt. Mast. J. Kiens, from h. p. to be Qrt. 12 F. Lieut. John Baxter, to be Capt. vice Keap.

Mast. vice Burrough, ex.

do. poek, dead

12th June
68 Lieut. G. E. Scott, from h. p. 52 to be Lieut."

do. Ensign Luke Prior, to be Lieut. vice Baxter

vice Grant, ex. do. 77 W. J. H. Bowen, h. p. to be Lieut. vice

do. C. U. Tripp, to be Ensign by purch. vice

Cameron, ex. rec. diff.
Vernon, l'F. G.

11th do. 79 Capt. F. Langley, from 82 F. to be Capt. Serj.Maj. J. K. Leith, to be Adj. and En

vice Bruce, ex.

do. sign, vice Priestley, res. Adj. only 12th do. 82

W. Bruce, from 79 F. to be Capt. vice Assist. Surg. W. Morrison, to be Surg. vice

Langley, ex.

do. O'Hara, dead

do.

87 Lieut. John Carrol, from h. p. to be Lieut. Hosp. Assist. J. Ligertwood, to be Assist.

vice Fennel, ex.

do. Surg. vice Morrison

do. 88 George Hill, from h. p. to be Lieut. John Hendrick, from Donegal Mil. to be

vice Mahon, ex. rec. diff. Assist. Surg. vice Martin, res. 3d July

91 Paym. J. Fairfowl, from h. p. to be Paym. 15 Lieut. H. Temple, to be Capt. by purch.

vice Campbell, ret. upon h. p.

do. vice Spread, retires

do.

Staf 23 Edward Gilbert, to be Ensign, vice Pigott, dead

do. Hosp. Assist. J. Cousins, from h. p. to be Hosp. 37

do. Major G. Burer, to be Lieut. Col. by purch.

Assist. to the Forces, vice Sibbald, canc. viee James, retires

do. Limerick. Lieut. T. Walsh, 2 W. I. R. to be Town 51 Frederick Matthews, to be Ensign, vice

Maj. vice Fitzgerald, dead 19th June Abercromby, 3 F. Ĝ.

26th June Staff Surg. W. Wallace, from h. p. to be Surg. to 59 Ensign J. Howe, from 80 F. to be Ensign the Forces, vice Rodgers, ret. on h. p. 25th do.

19th do. Hosp. Assist. A. Cumming, from h, po to be Hosp. J. M. Caldecott, to be Ensign by purch.vice

Assist, to the Forces

12th do. Reid, retires

24th do.

J. Sibbald, from h. p. to be Hosp. Lieut. Col. G. Muttlebury, from h. p. to be Assist. do.

do. Lieut. Col. vice Robbins, dead 3d July

J. L. Warren, from h. p. to be Hosp. Lieut. H. Stoddart, to be Capt. vice Thome, Assist. do. dead

do.

J. Robertson, from h. p. to be Hosp. Ensign E. Woolhouse, to be Lt. by purch. Assist. do.

do. vice Croker, prom.

26th June

Peter Lamond, from h. p. to be Hosp. T. H. Powell, to be Ensign by purch. vice

Assist. do.

do. Woolhouse

Robert Sillery, from h. p. to be Hosp. RiA.Br. 2d Lieut. W. Shaw, to be 1st Lieut. vice Assist. do.

do. Bennet, dead

do.

David Ewing, from h. p. to be Hosp. W. Curtis, to be 2d Lieut. vice Shaw do. Assist. do.

do. 1W.LR. Arthur Meyer, to be Ensign, vice Hunt,

Alex. Boyd, from h. p. to be Hosp. Royal African Corps 12th June Assist. do. vice Oswald, dead

do. R Afr.C. Ensign J. Adamson, to be Lieut. vice

Exchanges.
Steret, dead

11th do.
H. B. Adams, to be Lieut. vice Brevet Major Marlay, from 1 F.rec. diff. with Capt.
M'Rae, dead

12th do. Wetherall, h. p.
E. Hunt, from 1 W. I. R. to be Capt. Chapman, from 6 Dr. with Capt. Gardiner,
Ensign, vice Adamson 11th do. 50 F.
Wm MʻRae, to be Ensign, vice Adams Webb, from 12 Dr. rec. diff. with Capt.

12th do. Goldsmid, h. p. 72 F.
Lieut. J. Adamson, to be Adjt. vice Gray, Warren, from 18 F. rec. diff. with Capt.
resigns Adjt. only

3d July

Hammill, h. p. F. R.Y.R. Lt. W. Edwards, to be Capt. vice White, Colley, from 45 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Gor dead

19th June don, h. p. i F. Ensign J. Eager, to be Lieut. vice Ed Andrews, from Rifle Brigade, rec. diff. with wards

do. Capt. Pattenson, h. p. 43 F. Ensign and Adjut. W. Firebrace, rank

of Sir John Cox, from 2 Life Gds, rec. diff. Lieut.

20th do. with Capt. Meares, h. p. 18 F. Ensign Thomas Acome, to be Lieut. vice Barry, from 75 F. rec. diff. with Captain M Lennon, dead

3d July M'Adam, h. p. VOL. I.

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