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APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
2d Lieut. Lonsdale, 1st Lieut.
27th Apr. 1840. May 17.-Honour of Knighthood conferred on
G. O. King, 2d Lieut.
26 M. Ommanney, Esq. M. P:, and on Charles Lieut. Johnstone, Capt. by purch. vice Grey, Esq. one of the Judges at Madras.
20th do. 18. Charles George Young, Esq. promoted to
Ensign Pratt, Lieut. by purch. do. the office of York Herald.
W. Sitwell, Ensign by purch.
do. 22. The Marquis of Tweeddale invested with 30 Lieut. Davis, fm. h. p. 19 F. Lieut. vice the insignia of the Order of the Thistle.
Spratt, 8 F.
27th do. 23. Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B. to be Ambassa 36 Ensign Cocker, Lieut, by purch. vice dor at the Court of Petersburgh.
do. 24. Dr James Gregory, to be First Physician to
G. Graham, Ensign by purch. do. his Majesty in Scotland.
43 C. M. Hay, Ensign by purch. 20th do. 26, Hon. Frederick Cathcart, to be Secretary to 54 Ass. Surg. Hamilton, fin. 72 F. Surg. vico the Embassy at the Court of Russia.
27th Jan. 27. Edward Cromwell Disbrowe, Esq. to be Se 57 Lieut. Price, Capt. vice Baxter, 3 Vet. B. cretary of Legation in Switzerland.
27th April. Ensign Bourchier, to be Lieut. do. B. Daveney, Ensign
do. 58 Ensign Stewart, Lieut. vice Shea, dead II. ECCLESIASTICAL.
G. Stirling, Ensign May 16. Robert Simpson, ordained Minister of
59 Lieut. Mayne, Capt. vice Mandeville, dead the Associate Congregation of Sanquhar.
20 Oct, 1819. Ensign Griffiths, Lieut.
do. W. Douglas, Ensign
do. 60 III. MILITARY.
Ensign Sweeny, fm. h. p. 95 F. Ensign,
vice Weyranch, 1 Vet. B. Bt. Major Ross, fm. 91 F. to be Major,
11th May 1820. Portuguese Serv. 25th Oct. 1814 67 Ensign M‘Pherson, Lieut. vice Greene, Bt. Major Ross. to be Lt. Col. by Brevet
1st Sept. 1819. 4th Sept. 1817. P. Brannan, Ensign
du. Capt. Alms, Roy. Art. Major by Brevet 72 Hosp. Ass. R. Knox, M.D. Ass. Surg. vice 12th Aug. 1819.
Hamilton, prom. 51 F.
20th April 1820. do. 81 M. Gen. Sir G. T. Walker, G. C. B. fin. M'Gregor, 63 F. Major by Brevet
Rifle Brig. Colonel, vice Gen. Bernard, do. dead
13th May. R.H.G. T. Pigott, Cornet by purch. vice Long,
Ensigu Wyse, Lieut. vice Statham, dead ret.
20th April Lieut. Fitzroy, Capt. by purch. vice Shaw,
Hon. F. Forbes, Ensign
Lieut. Worth, Adj. vice Tucker, res. Adj. Cornet Harrison, Lieut. by purch. do.
do. E. T. Drake, Cornet by purch. do. 90 Lieut. Munro, fm. 4 Vet. B. Lieut. vice Lieut. Boates, Capt. by purch. vice Tay
Marsh, 5 Vet. B.
91 lor, ret.
Lieut. Stewart, Capt. vice Ross, prom. Cornet Lambard, Lieut, by purch. do.
27th Apr, T. W. Gordon, Cornet by purch.
do. 5 D. G. Lieut. Byroin, Capt. by purch. vice Brad
G. W. M. Lovett, Ensign
do. shaw, ret.
27th April R. Br. M. Gen. Sir Edw. Barnes, K. C. B. ColoComet Gardiner, Lieut. by purch. do.
nel, vice Walker, 84 F.
13th May. Sir W. Clark, Bart. Cornet by purch. do.
Gent. Cadet Hon. J. Amherst, fm. R. 10 Dr. C. J. Brandling, Cornet by purch. vice
Mil. Coll. 2d Lieut. by purch. vice DruLord Cecil, prom, 11 Dr. 20th do.
ry, 8 F.
4th do. 11 J. Kirke, Cornet by purch. vice Stewart, 2 W. I. R. Lieut. Ricketts, Capt. vice Appleton, 8 prom.
20th Apri Lieut. Micklethwaite, Adj. vice Griffith,
Lieut. Laing, fm. h. p. Adj. and Lieut. res. Adj. oply 20th do.
11th May. Lieut. Ward, Capt. by purch. vice Ander Ordnance Department. son, ret.
do. R. Art. Lieut. Gen. Willington, Col. Comm. vice Cornet Sober, Lieut. by purch. do.
15th March. Gent. Cadet J. W. S. Smith, fm. R. Mil.
Brev. Col. Harris, Colonel
21st Apr. Coll, Cornet by purch.
Lt. Col. Williainson, fm. h. p. Lieut. Col. Lieut, Hon. C. Petre, Capt. by purch,
do. vice Dowson, ret.
2d Capt. Oldham, fm. h. p. 2d Capt. vice Cornet Gage, Lieut. by purch. 4th do.
12th do. T. D. E. Burroughs, Cornet by purch. do.
Down, from h.
P. 2d Capt. vice 18 G. A. Stewart, Cornet by purch. IIth do.
Newland, h. p.
20th do. Lieut. Kent, Capt. vice Lecky, dead
Belson, from h. p. 2d Capt. vice 29th Sept. 1819. W. C. Smith, h. p.
do. Reg. Serj. Maj. J. Dixon, Adj. and Cor
Ist Lieut. Chapman, 2d Captain 21st do. net, vice Williams, 59 F. 13th Oct.
Wright, 22 Captain 22d do, 92 Cornet Parlby, Lieut. vice Rogers, dead
2d Capt. Roiner, from h. p. 2d Capt. do. 3d do.
Ist Lieut. Pickard, from h. p. Ist Lieut. C. J. Bergner, Cornet by purch. vice Ber
vice Shaw, h. p.
do, ners, ret. 20th April 1820.
2d Lieut. Goode, Ist Lieut. 21st do. SF. 2d Lieut. Drury, fm. Rifle Brig: Adj. and
Ist Lieut. Greenwood, from h. p. Ist
do. Lieut. Spratt, fm. 30 F. Lieut, více Price,
Morgan, from h. p. Ist Lieut. h. p. 19 F. 27th do.
22d do. 15 Hon. G. A. Browne, Ensign by purch.
2d Lieut. Gostling, 1st Lieut.
do. vice Cooke, ret.
Knowles, from h. p. 2d Licut. 16 Capt. Broomfield, Major by purch. vice
21st do. Thomas, ret.
Poole, from h.
2d Lieut. Lieut. Thurlow, Capt. hy purch. do.
9:d do, Ensign M‘Manus, Lieut. by purch. do. Med. Dep. Assist. Surg. Dix, from h. p. Assist. R. Colquhou, Ensign by purch. do.
Dempster, from h. p.
do. Licut. Carr, Cars, rice Moray, dead
Hosp. Mate J. F. Pink, Assist. Surg. 2716 do.
vice Ludlow, dead 27th Ap.
Hosp: Assist. Orr, from h. p. Hosp. Major Blanckley, 13 Dr. Arcot, Madras
2d Nov. 1819. 20th Apr. 1820. Molesworth, killed in action in the expediBar. Dep. Capt. Leech, Barrack Master, Great
tion to the Persian Gulf Britain
14th Feb. Captain George Maclean, h. p. 97 F.at Tunbridge Lieut, Benson, Barrack Master, Great
28th April 1830.
Leschen, h. p. 3 Line Germ. Lega
19th Fete do.
Lecky, 21 Dr. Chap. Dep. Rev. W. C. Frith, from h. p. Chaplain to the Forces, vice Curtois, h. p.
Rafter, h. p. 60 F. whilst serving with the
Insurgents in South America
Pardey, h. p. 56 F. Dublin April
Scriven, Roy. Art. Dublin 16th do. Bt. Lt. Col. Radcliffe, fm. 1 Dr. rec. diff. between
Bowers, 60 É. full pay Cav. and full pay Inf. with Capt. Hos
Power, h. n. 9F.
17th da. kyns, h. p. 97 F.
Arch. Campbell, h. p. 56 F.
5th May Capt, Groombridge, fm. 63 F. with Bt. Maj. Mac. Barrett, h. p. 15 Huss.
Jan. Gregor, h. p. 91 F.
Lieut. J. Duthy, 4F. Tobago
Sth Mar. Gregorie, fm. 13 Dr. with Capt. Taylor, 22
Beer, do. do.
20th des Dr.
T. P. Robinson, do. do.
15th do. Latham, fm. 3 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Handcock, 13 Dr. Arcot, Madras Sutherland, h, p. Port. Serv.
8th Nov. 1819. Macdonald, fin. 12 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Bebb, 13 Dr. (late of 22 Dr.) Madras Read, h. p.
24th do. Parr, fm. 45 F. with Capt. Moore, h. p. 4 F. W. M'K. Johnson, h. p. Cape Regt. and Bunworth, fm. 88 F. rec. diff. with Capt.
Town Major, Cape Town Goldie, h. p. 2. Dr.
27th Jan. 1820. Hunter, fm. 3 Dr. rec. dift. with Capt. Rutledge, h. p. 56 F. Razore, East Indies Greville, h. p. 25 Dr.
29th Dec. 1818. Fowke, fm. 14 Dr, rec. dift. with Capt. Granger, 1 Vet. Bn. Chatham Barrett, h. p. 23 Dr.
11th Mar. 1890. Johoson, fm. 23 F. rec. diff. with Capt.
Don. M'Donald, h. p. Bourbon Regt. Sir W. Crosbie, h. p. 7 Dr.
whilst serving with the Insurgents in Baker, fm. 30 F. with Capt. Mann, h. p.
South America 57 F.
Keinpland, Qua. Mast. of Fermanagh Mil. Pinckney, fm. 68 F. with Capt. Parker, h.
10th Dec. 1819. p. York Chass,
Westwater, 5 Gar. Bn. 23d April 1820. Lieut. Chambers, fin. 11 Dr. with Licut. Boys, Hay, h. p. 3 Ceylon Regt. Ceylon 21 Dr.
27th Dec. 1819. - Griffith, fm. 12 Dr. rec. dift. with Lieut. Shea, 58 F. Bahamas 3d Jan. 183. Logan, h. p. 79 F.
Ruck, h. p. 4 W. I. R. Barbadoes
31st Mar. Williams, fm. 21 Dr. with Lt. Hogan, 59 F, Orange, 46 F. on passage from India Pieters. fm. 1 F. with Lieut. Scott, h. p.
Ist Apr. King, fm. 7 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Da Stock, h. p. 8 P.
28th Oct. 1819. vies, h. p.
Ensign F. H. Clarke, 4 F. Tobago 23d Mar. 1820. Ricketts, fm. 62 F. rec. diff. with Lieut, Booth, h. p. Irish Fenc. 8th Sept. 1819. Singleton, h. p. 44 F.
Fowles, 4 Vet. Bn. Isle of Arran -Hodson, im. 4 Dr. G. with Lieut. Make
17th Apr. 1820. De Rottenburgh, 60 F.
29th Mar. M'Duffie, fm. 18 Di. rec. diff. with Lieut. -------- J. Hudson, h. p. 105 F.
14th do. W er, h. p. 10 F.
Assist. Surg. Dermott, 73 F. Trincomalee
5th Oct. 1819. 11 Dr.
Simpson, 60 F. Annapolis, Nova Bradford, from 86 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
20th Mar. 1820. Dolman, h. p. 46 F.
Lane, h. p. 75 F.
30 Jan, Sinclair, fm. 92 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Dep. Com. Gen. Sam. Drewry, h. p. Brussels Giffard, h. p. 93 F.
19th Apr. Butterworth, fm. 32 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. Marshall, Jamaica Shewell, h. p. 35 F.
18th Feb. Cornet Jones, fm. 2 Dr. G. rer. diff. with Cornet
Cooke, St Vincent Smith, h. p. 1 Dr. G.
7th do Ensign Home, fm. 1 F. with Ensign Butt, h. p. Chap. M. Arnold, drowned at Stokes Bay off Gas
Bar. Mast. ,
23th Jan. 100 F. Kennett, fm. 11 F. with Ensign Brown, h.
port P. 4W. I. R.
Rev. J. Grant, h. p. 97 F. 21st Jan, Mansell, fm. 92 F. with Ensign Deans, h.
Alterations and Additions. Assist. Surg: Cleland, fm. 1 Dr. with Assist. Surg. 5 Dr. Gds. Capt. Stracey, from 25 F. to be Capt. M'Clintock, h. p. 32 F.
vice Stewart, exch. 18th May 1820. Resignations and Retirements. 2 Dr. - L. Mackenzie, from h. p. 9. F.
Capt. viee Cathcart, exchrec, dift. Lieut. Col. Thomas, 16 F.
between Full-pay Troop, and FullCapt. Anderson, 11 Dr.
pay Company only
do. Taylor, R. Horse G.
4F. Serj. Maj. Kelly, Adj. and Ensigo, sice Shawe, do.
Graham, res. Adj. only,
do. Lieut. Cradock, 43 F.
Capt. Stewart, from 3 Dr. Gds, vice Bradshaw, 5 Dr. G.
Capt. Stracey, exeh.
do Coinet Long, R. Horse G.
60 Lieut. Muller, to be Capt. vice Bowers, Berners, 22 Dr.
do. Akers, 18 Dr.
Ensign Bartlett, Lieutenant Ensign Cooke, 15 F.
A. M. J. Duraford, Ensign
61 Qua. Mast. Clarke, from h. p. R. York
Ra. Qua. Mast. vice Tyrrell, exch. General Bernard, 84 F. 8th May 1820.
do. Maj. Gen. Sir Haylett Framingham, Royal Art. 72 Ensign Rainsford, from he p. 6€ F. Cheltenham
Ensign vice Hurst, exch. de. Vicars
Surg. Pod, M. D. from h. 52 F. Colonel M'Bean, 19 F. Ceylon 5th Nov, 1819.
Surg. vice Punshon, exch.
2 W. I. R. Capt. Gell, from h. p. 95 F. Capt. vie Lieut. Col. Worsley, 34 F. Captain of Yarmouth
M'Intyre, 2 Vet. Bn. Castle, Newport, Isle of Wight Med. Dep. Inspector Huine, from h. p. Inspector 13th May 1820.
peace, 51 F.
p. 79 F.
Repl at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill.
.32X1 E. 56 mod thunder M. 34 29.9.55 M. 50 E. Duil foren.
M. 393 18
.260M. 58 E. Mild foren, E. 44 .955|E. 15 S mod rain aftern.
E. 51°28.999 €. 51 ) mod rain aftern. M. 30.) .929 M. 50E. Dull and
M. 38 29.191 M. 56 S: W. Fair day E. 41 .86E. 44 mod cold day.
E. 52 .289 E. 51 ) high rain night M. 314 .780 M. 48 E.
M. 463 ,535 M. 55 W.
.8116. 56 ) v.high M. 32 .615 M. 50W. Dull and
.850M 59S. W. Ditto
789 €. 58 ) v.high
M. 18 .75 M. 58 S. W. Dull, but
E. 54 .776 5. 58/v.high fair
.783.1. 64) E.
E. 58 .655 E. 621nod
.500 M. 59 Cble. Rain and
E. 30 ,43.5. 60 } mod thunder 9 SM. 39 .232 M. 51S W. Dull, slight
M. 44 .325 M. 59 Cble. Mild foren. E. 49 .327 E. 54 Sbriskarsi of rain
E. 53 JOUE. 56 / moi rain aftem.
M. 40 .20 M. 56 Cole.
Changeable hail aftn.
.2941C 56) mod M. 11 .31 M. 57 US. W. Rain toren.
M. 43 ,296 M. 58 Cble.
E. 54 .207 € 54 mod
M. 40 .152M. 59 Cble. Dull and E. 55 .66E 55 brisk shrs, of rain
E. 57 28.998 E. 57 mod shouery
M. 11 .915 11. 54 E.
E. 48 .897 E. 54 mod. .570 M. 53 UE. Dull and
M. 40 .869 M. 54E. Rain aftern. E. 47 .501 E. 55) nod Loggy
.32 . 54 brisk fair foren. .415 M. 51E. Mini, and
M. 41 .301 M. 51cble. Fair foren. UE. 44 .420 E. 52 Sinod shry. thndr.
E. 32 .855 E. 53 ) high train aftern.
Quantity of rain, 4.195.
25 M. 48
24 / M. 41
12 M. 43
13 M. 10 14 M. 40 15 M 40
AGRICULTURAL REPORT. The excessive drought which prevailed throughout the spring months has been fol. lowed by frequent and heavy rains. On the 17th and 18th May the quantity that fell amounted to something more than two inches, and since that period the weather has been uncommonly moist, with little sunshine. The temperature has been as high as might be expected, though frequently cooled near the earth's surface by the evaporation which succeeded every shower. The mercury in the thermometer since our last nas ranged between 520 and 61', by observations taken at nine in the morning, the mean temperature at that hour being 511° nearly.
The rains, in the first instance, brought on a luxuriance of vegetation, but the crops on retentive soils now indicate excess of moisture at the root. Wheat in general is a most luxuriant crop, and is in danger, from its weight and thickness, of being lodged. Oats for the most part plant thick, and stock freely. The late rains have completely destroyed the grub, so that now no danger is to be apprehended from that enemy; but on light, and also on tenacious soils, early sown oats have a yellowish appearance. Barley and flax look rather sickly, but these untavourable appearances woull soon be removed by warm sunshine. The heavy and washing rains liave fallen at a very unfortunate period for late varieties of apples, or fruit trees in late situations. Such rains, when the anther is discharging the pollen, are always more to be dreaded than even slight dry frost. Pears, being set before the ruins, will be an abundant crop.
The weather has been unfavourable for cleaning tällow and turnip grouuds. Potatoes come up slowly, and on wet lands are partially rotted. Hay promises to be a weiglitz crop, and pasture grass has improved considerably. In the price of cattle and grain there has been littic variation since our last.-10th June.
We noticed that vegetation was about six days iarther ndvanced on the 15th May than it had been at that period last season. Tlie trequent rains that have fallen since the middle of May have produced luxuriant foliage, and clongated the stems of plants, with0914 bringing them suddenly into flower, so that, by the ist of the present nionth, vegetation was in the same stage of progress as at the commencen.nt of June last year. 1819. 1820. 1819.
1820. May 17. Water crow-foot in flower
May 28. llautbos & Chili strawberries fl. V'y 97. 19. Lily of the valley do. 16. June 1. Hawthorn in flower
June 1. 21. Laburnurn do.
2. Veronica biec bunga do.
June 6. 28, Cerastium tomentosa in flower 26.
8. Water-cres. & Stellaria uliginosis May 29. Fron the above table, it will appear that water plants continue to hold six or eight days earlier than last season. It may be remarked, too, that lofty ash trees were in leat this year on the 27th May, nearly two weeks earlier than last season ; this, com. pared with the relative progress of low growing plants, affords a proof that the air was more cold near the earth's surface, by the cortinued evaporation, than it was in the higher regions.--Perthshire, 10th June 1820.
BI. Peck. Bls. Peck.
8. d. May 17 689 320 100 37 1 "20 25 011809001170206 10
10 May 1€ 563 1 4 64 24 6971320 39 657 2 +20 20180 230 170 21 01 10 10
23| 1911 4 68 31 51:1510) 40 558 8 LO 025 0190230 21
10 June 7801980 100 37 012) 0 25 6190.23 617
1 2 June 6 599 15 SZ 10 111 487136 0 10053 01.30 26 6118 6 23 011
131 56811 5 76
S. s. S. d. s. s. d. s. s. d.
. d. S.D. s. d. 26 0 18 23 11 190 14 19 May 15 18 0 190 I 3. 25 Oi8 24 ( 15 20 0 15 20 0
22 19 0 20 01 31 23 618 23 ( 13 18 6 13 18 6
29 19 0 20 0 1 26 017 2! ( 15 20 0 15 20 0 June 519 0 20 0 1 26 0 18 23 | 20 21 01 20 21 oil 12 '19 0 19 9 1
Average Prices of Grain in Scotland for the Four Weeks immediately preceding
15th May 1820. W hoki, 65s. 1d. -Rye, 36s. 5d.-Parley, 56s. Ed.-Oats, 21s. 8d.-Beans, 34s. %d.-Pesse, K. &1.
Oatnical, per boll, 188. Ild.--Bear or Big, 27. ld.
COMMERCIAL REPORT. COLONIAL PRODUCE.-Sugars.-There has been little alteration in the sugar mar. ket; the orders for refined have been extensive, but limited to very low prices, 28. to 48. under the present currency. Holders, however, will not yet submit to any reduc. tion.-Cotton.-_There has been a good demand in Liverpool for cotton, and Boweds and Orleans have advanced ls. 8d. to ls. 4d. ; the prices in all other descriptions have been fully maintained. Grain.-The following is an official account of all grain warehoused under the Act 55th Geo. JII. cap. 26, and remaining in the said warehouses on the 5th April 1820 :Qrs. Bushels.
Qrs. Bushels. Barley,
6 Beans, 22,609 Rye,
7 Indian Corn,
1 Wheat-Meal and Flour
62,481 cwt. 2 qrs. 5lbs. (Signed) WM. IRVING, Inspector General of the Imports and Exports of Great Britain. -Custom-House, London, May 18.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE.—The demand for Tallow continues limited; the late depres. sion in the prices does not facilitate sales.- Hemp is lower, and the purchases still limited.-In Flax there is no alteration.—May 30.
BRITISH MANUFACTURES.—It is with pleasure we copy the following paragraph, indicating a revival of our trade :-“ It is partieularly gratifying to be able to state, that the trade of this town continues in progressive improvement. Commercial men are gradually extending their business, and are daily getting fairer prospects and better spi. rits. Weavers for every kind of fine plain work are in considerable request. The wages of weaving are a little higher."--Glasgow Paper.
“ We fulfil a pleasing part of our duty to-day, in again noticing an improvement in the demand for British manufactures. The advices from Germany continue to an. nounce large sales at the different fairs; and the consequence is already felt at home in an advance of prices. At Manchester white goods have for some time been rising in value; and the houses who buy for money have found it necessary to give the advance as well as those who purchase on credit. This is an unequivocal indication of improvement, as in cases of partial revival rich houses are able to traffic with the needy without acceding to the enhancement which is unavoidable by others. In Glasgow and Paisley the demand has been good this spring; and the simultaneous orders from the West Indies, the United States, and the Continent of Europe, must have greatly lightened the home market."-Glasgow Chronicle.
“ We are happy to have it in our power to confirm the accounts given in former numbers of our paper concerning the revival of trade. Several manufacturing houses could employ many more weavers than they can find at the present prices. Calenders, print. fields, and bleachfields, are particularly throng, many of them working over hours. The proprietors and artisans are of course in better spirits. Dye-works are also considerably brisker, and the dyers of turkey-red in particular have as much work as they can over. take."--Glasgow Journal.
Course of Exchange, London, June 9.--Amsterdam, 12 : 4. Ditto, at sight, 12 : 1. Rotterdam, 12 : 5. Antwerp, 12 : 7. Hamburgh, 37 : 0. Altona, 37 : 1. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 70. Bourdeaux, 26 : 0. Frankfort on the Maine, 155. Madrid, 344. Cadiz, 34. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 47. Genoa, 44. Oporto, 50%. Rin Janeiro, 55. Dublin, 84 per cent. Cork, 9 per cent.
Prices of Bullion per 02.- Foreign gold in bars, L. 3 :17 : 104. New doubloons, L. 3:14:0. New Dollars, L. 0:4:10$. Silver in bars, standard, L.0: 5:01.
Premiums of Insuunce at Lloyd's.—Guernsey or Jersey 12s. 6d.--Cork or Ljublin 10s. Od.--Belfast 10s. Od.-Hamburgh 10s. 6d. - Madeira 20s.---Jamaica 30s.--Green, land out and home 4 gs. to 5 gs. Weekly Prices of the Public Fund3, from May 15 to June 12, 1820.
May 15. , May 22. Mar 29. Jane 5. June 12.