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Misdemeanour

19 Fraud 6 Convicted

1479 Perjury I Acquitted

426 Child-stealing 2 Do. being insane

2 Uttering counterfeit coin 10 Discharged, no bills found

254 Not submitting to be examined be Discharged, not prosecuted

34 fore Commissioners under bank1

2195 Grand larceny

1138 + 20 of this number have been executed.

rupt laws

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1479 Statement of the number of Criminal

Offenders in his Majesty's Gaol of Newgate, who were executed in the year 1819, and the nature of the crimes for which

they suffered :661 Murder

1 Highway-robbery

6 Burglary + 183 Housebreaking

1 Stealing in a dwelling-house

4 123 Unnatural offence

1 91 Forgery

1 543 Uttering forged notes

Stealing Post-office letters, containing 1 Bank-notes

3 8 Cow-stealing

I 69 Sheep-stealing

1 3 164 162 Five of these were convicted in the year 51 1818. 73

W. R. H. Brown, Keeper. 8 Jan. 1, 1820.

To Imprisonment.

For 3 years

2 years 1 year

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9 months
6 months

3 months and under
Whipped and Discharged
Fined Is., and do.
Judgment respited

THE REVENUE.

The following is a comparative statement of the net producc of the Revenue for the

Quarters ending the 5th inst. and the 5th of January 1819.

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The above statement, it will be seen, gives an increase in the quarter ending the 5th inst. of L. 70,447; but on deducting what has been received of the new duties, calculated at about L. 200,000, there will be found a deficiency of L. 139,553, as compared with the corresponding quarter of 1818. Scarcely any part of the new malt duty has yet been received, and of the duty on wool only about L: 1000 has come into the Exchequer. It is said, that the sum of L. 592,000 has been already advanced by the Bank, upon the credit of the malt duties for 1820.

Abstract of the net produce of the Revenue of Great Britain in the years ended 5th

January 1819, and 5th January 1820.

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I. CIVIL.

Dec. 21. Samuel Gregory Marshall, Esq. to be
British Consul at Ostend.

- Richard Rochfort, Esq. to be British Consul at Embden,

23. John Buchanan, Esq. of Ardoch, to be ViceLieutenant of the county of Dumbarton.

2. Dr William Pulteney Alison, to be Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Medical Police in the University of Edinburgh. Jan 1, 1820. Major-General Lewis Grant, to be Governor of the Bahama Islands.

5. Robert Graham, Esq. M. D. to be Professor of Botany in the University of Edinburgh. Members returned to serve in Parliament.

Borough of Cambridge-Lieut.-Colonel Fredenek William French. County of Hertford-The Hon. William Lamb.

City of Peterborough-Sir Robert Heron, Bart. : Office Bearers of Literary and Scientific

Societies in Edinburgh. Speculative Society-David Constable, Alexandez Macleod, G. W. Stedman, G. Spiers, and David Ross, Esqs. Presidents; Hugh Bruce, Secretary, J. Waugh, Treasurer; F. Pillang, Clerk and Librarian.

Theological Society-Walter Todd, Arthur Buist, John Whyte, Alexander Christison, and Thomas Smith Goldie, Presidents; James Grant, Secretary and Treasurer

Royal Society-Sir James Hall, Bart., President; Lords Gray and Glenlee, Vice-Presidents ; Dr Brewster, Secretary ; James Bonar, Treasurel.-Physical Class. Sir G. S. Mackenzie, Bart., President; Professor Irving, Secretary.-Literary Class. Henry Mackenzie, President; Thomas Thomson, Secretary:

Astronomical Institution-Sir G. S. Mackenzie, Bart., President; James Bonar, Treasurer; Tho. mae Allan, Secretary; James Jardine, Astronomical Observer

Society of Scottish Antiquaries-Right Hon. Lord Gray, President; Henry Jardine, Sir G.S. Mackenzie, and Gilbert Innes, Vice-Presidents; Robert Scott Moncrieff, Treasurer ; Rev. Dr Jamieson and Alexander Smellie, Secretaries ; Rev. Dr Brunton, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence.

Wernerian Natural History Society-Professor Jameson, President; Lord John Campbell, Sir P. Walker, Thomas Mackenzie, and Robert Steperson, Vice-Presidents; Patrick Neill, Secretary; William Ellis, Treasurer ; James Wilson, Librarian; P. Syme, Painter,

II. ECCLESIASTICAL. Dec. 16. Rev. Alexander Macleod, ordained minister of the Gaelic Chapel, Dundee.

19. Rev. Mr Fairlie, ordained minister of the Presbyterian Chapel of Whitehaven.

30. "The Associate Congregation, Regent Place, Glasgow, gave a call to Rev. Hugh lleugh, Stirling, to be their minister.

Jan. 7, 1820. Rev. James Campbell, presented to the church and parish of Traquair, presbytery ot Peebles.

III.--MILITARY.
Army. Lieut. Col. Sir H. St. Paul, Bt. h. p. 5

F. to be Colonel 12th Aug. 1819. 1 Life G. Lieut. Wyatt, Capt. vice Pellew, dead

11th Nov. Cornet and Sub-Lieut. Story, Lieut. do.

W. Locke, Cornet and Sub-Lieut. do. 7 Dr. Gd. Lieut. Fawcett, Captain by purch. vice Shelden, ret.

2 Dec. Cornet Nicolls, Lieut. do.

do. W. E. Leeson, Cornet do.

do. 7 Dr. Bt. Maj. Keane, Major, vice Robarts, cancelled

16th do. Capt. Hon. G. Cathcart, from h. p. R. W. I. Ra, Capt.

do. 11 Cornet Stewart, Lieut. by purch. vice des Voeux, 60 F.

do. 14 Lieut, Fowke, Capt. do. vice Capel,

ret.

2 Dec. Cornet St. Leger, Lieut. do. do. K. A. Jackson, Cornet, by purch... do.

T. R. Baker, do, do. 9th do. 15

Cornet Mangles, Lieut. by purch. vice
Douglas, ž0 Dr.

J 6th do, Lieut. Hume, fm. h. p. R. Art, Cornet by purch.

do. 17 Cornet Clarke, Lieut. by pureh. vice Potts, cancelled

1st Jan. W. D. Kierulf, Cornet do. Romilly, ret.

do, Lieut. Douglas, fm. 15 Dr. Capt. by purch. vice Douglas, cancelled

16th Dec. 25

Bt. Lt. Col. Thorn, Major, vice Odell,

dead
Lieut. Nicholls, Capt.

do. Cornet Elliot, Lieut.

do. Lieut, Jeffries, Capt. by purch. vice Newman, ret.

do. Coldst. Gds. Ens. and Lt. Rous, Lieut. and Capt. vice Duncombe, res.

18th Nov. Hon. H. Dundas, Ensign and Lieut. do. 1 F. Bt. Major Graham, Major, vice Maclean, dead

9th Dec. Lieut. and Adj. Galbraith, Capt. Serj. Maj. - Osboro, Ensign and Adj.

vice

9th Apr.

do.

do.

do.

10.

13

13

19th Aug.

do.

24

34

37

46

47

1st Apr.

50

51

93

Lieut. Seward, Capt, vice Siborn, dead 67

Ensign Muirson, from 53 F. 6th do. 16th Lec.

J. Eliot, Ensigu, vice Arrow, dead
Ensign Sperling, Lirut.
do.

20th Oct. 1817. Gent. Cadet J. H. Taylor, fin. R. Mil.

Major De la Douespe, Lieut. Col. by Coll. Ensign

purch. vice Sturt, ret. ist Jan. 1819. Capt. Grieve, Major by purch. vicc

Capt. Leslie, Major by purch. do. Tuckey, ret.

25th Nov.

Licut. Gionville, Captain by purch. do. Lieut. Mulliner, Capt. do. 24th do.

Ensign Reoch, Liui. by pureh, do. E. Allen, do. do, 25th do.

R. Thompson, hy purch. do. Ensign Lane, Lieut. do.

do.

H. Leehy, busiik, lice Naugher, dead Lord Sussex Lennox, fm. 50 F.

18th Mar. Ensign

do.

Ensign Spencer, Lieut, vice Farren, E. O'Ryan, to be Ens. by purch. Marl.

dead

20 Dec. ton, ret,

18th do.
H. E. Renwick, Ensign

do. Lieut, M‘Dermott, fm. h. p. Licut. 75

Lieut. Brutton, Captain by purch. rice
Vice Gamble, dead

9th Dec.
Williams, dead

25th Nov. Romey, Capt. by purch. vice

Ensign Cameron, Lieut.

9th do. Merrick, ret.

C. Daniell, Ensign

9th Dec. Ensign Pooler, Lieut. do. do. 76

Ensiga Burton, Lieut. by purch.
Gray, do. do. vice Stew-

25th Nov. art, dead

230 Mar.

C.S. Wortley, Ensign by purch. do. C. A. Young, Ensign

Bt. Maj. R. R. Loring, tm. h. p. 101 F. Licut. Peake, fin. b. p. 11 F. Lieut.

to be Capt. vice Armstrong, 9 Vet. vice Allen

1 Mar.
Dn.

9th do. Conolly, Capt. vice Price, dead

80 Capt. Maclean, Major by purch. vice 17th Apr, Kingdon, ret.

do. Ensign Fletcher, Lieut. 3d Jan. 1817.

Licut. Baker, Captain by purch. do. Sweeney, do. vice Algeo, dead

Ensign Caldwell, Lieut. by purch. do. 6th Feb

C, Crickitt, Ensign by purch. do.
A. Adam, Ensign 24 Apr. 1818. S1 Licut. Duyer, from 22 Drs. Captain by
J. Stoddart, do.
5d Jan. 1917.

purch, vice Millis, ret. 5th Jan, Lieut. H. M. of Worcester, fin. 93 F. 86 Engn Lloyd, from 16 F. Ensign vice Capt. by purch, vice Galway, ret.

Ilome, dead

Ist 00. 2 Dec. 1819.

87 Lieut. Hutchinson, Captain, vice CostP. Carroll, Ensign, vice Lloyd, 86 F.

ley, dead

25th May 1st Jan.

Gent. Cadet L. W. Halstead, fm. R. Ensign Edwards, Licut. 24th Dec. 1818.

Mil. Coll, Ens, vice Vincent, canc. Ridge, fm. h. p. Ensign do.

9th Dec, W. T. R. Smith, clo. viec lam 89 Ensign Crange, Lieut. vice Reynolds, riott, 17 Dr.

dead

18th Jan. W. Cuppage, Ensign by purch. vice

Gent. Catlet W. Olphert, from R. Mil. Lord Lennox, 10 F. 25th Nov.

Coll. Ensign

9th Dec. Lieut. Hare, Captain by purch. vice

J. Burgh, Ensign by purch. vice Cowan
Smellie, rel.

18th do.
ret.

25th Nov. Ensign Fraser, Lieut. Hy purch. do.

Ensign Grenier, Licut, by purch. vice M. M. Miller, Ensign by parch. do.

of Worcester, 37 F.

9th Dec. Licut. Eden, from 92 Dr. Captain, vice

M. Dalzell, Ensign ny purch. do. Stone, dead

26th Dec,

Rifle Brig. 2d Lieut. Fennell, froin l. p. 2d Lieut. Horsley, from 22 Dr. Captain,

vice Bligh, superseiled

18th Nov. vice Portbury, dead 30th Jan. 181. York Chass. Licui. Stainton, Captain by purch. Ensign Swecny, Lieut. viec Williams

vice Stewart, ret.

21 Dec. 1st Dec. 1818,

Ensign Dormer, Lieut. by purch. do.
Despard, do. 30th Jan. 1819. 1 Ceyl. Ř. 2d Licut. Pollington, Ist Lieut rice
J. Little, Ensign

do.
Wilkinson, dead

do. Gent. Cadet T. M. Bremer, from Mili

T. Skinner, 2d Lieut,

do. tary College, Ensign

9th Dec.

Lieut. Maclean, from 830 F. Capt. viec Lieut. Daly, Captain, vice Dean, dead

Meed, dead

10th do. sth May

Roy. Art. 21 Capt. Maclean, from h. p. 2d Capt.
Ensign Gardner, Lieut.

do.
vice Carnegie, h. P:

zd do. T. Hill, Ensign, vice Muirson, 67 F.

2d Lieut. Holcombe, Ist Lieut. 9th Nov. 20th Mar.

Ist Lieut. Ford. fin. h. p. do. do. Ensign Sampson, Licut. vice M.Lauch

21 Lieut. Farrel, im. h. p. 2 Licul. do. lan, dead

· 15th Apr. Roy.Eng. Capt. Smith, fm. h. p. Capt. 26th Aug. J. Vincent, Ensign 1 Feb. 1817.

1st Licut. Smith, 2d Capt.

do. Lieut. des Voeux, from 11 Dr. Captain

Patter, fm. h. p. Ist Licut. do. by purch, vice Trumbach, ret.

2d Lieut. Lempiriere

do, de2-1th Oct. 1819.

- Twiss, fm. h. p. od Lieut. doToole, Adjutant, vice Fugion, Garrisons. Ensign Mansell, 92 F. Town Adj. of res. Adjutant only

9th Dec.

Berwick upon Tweed, vice Martin, Fairtlough, Captain by purch.

dead

25th Nov vice Wynne, res.

18th Nov. Med. Dep. Surg. J. Adolphus, M. D. Deputy InEnsign Hughes, Lieut. by purch. do.

spector of Hospitals 25th Nov J. Ward, Ensign by puch.

do.

Taylor, from h. p. Surg. vice Ry Lieut. Lambert, Captain by purch. vice

an, dead

28 Dec 25th do. Ensign Ravenscroft, Lieut, by purch.

J. Murray, from h. p. Surg, vice Adolphus, prom.

16th do do. J. C. V. Molesworth, Ensign by purch.

Exchanges.

do.
Surg. Burton, from h. p. 60 F. Surg. Bt. Col. Lindsay, from 220 F. with Bt. Lt. Co!
vice Keir, h. p. 60 F. 16th Dec.

M'Neight, h. p.
Bt. Major James, Major, vice Benja-

Bt. Major Campbell, from 65 F. rec. diff. with field, dead

do, Capt. Moorhouse, h. p. 3 F.G. Lieut. Harpour, Captain by purch. vice

Collis, from 24 F. with Capt. LanBrowne, dead

9th do. h. p. 81 F. Bt. Major Cassidy, Major, vic Max

Lindsay, from 69 F. with Captain well, ucad

Browne, h. p.
Lieut. Cockerell, Captain, vicc Owen, Capt. Watling, from 39 F. with Captain Cox
dead

26th Mar. h. p.
Bray,
do.

Protheroe, from 16 f. with Captain Mallet
Ensign Bolton, Lieut. 26th Mar, h. p. 56 F.

M'Daniell, Lieut, vice Clark, Randall, from 1 Life Gds. with Captain Gar dead

diner, 6 Dr.

53

59

60

61

63

64

60

67

oth Apr.

6th Apr.

1st Apr.

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6th July

23d Sept.

25d Aug.

Capt Craig. from 50 F. with Bt. Lt. Col. Poitiers,

Appointments Cancelled. h. p. York Chass,

Browne, from 13 Dr. rec. diff. with Captain Major Robarts, 7 Dr. Mylne, h. p. 24 Dr.

Capt. Dwyer, 22 Dr. Ross, from 92 F. with Captain Loggan, h. Lieut, Potts, 17 Dr.

Ensign Vincent, 87 F. -Egerton, from 34 F. with Captain Arand,

Superseded. h. p. 81F.

Strang xayes, from 63 7. with Captain Perry, 2d Lieut. Bligh, Rifle Brig.
h. p. 56 E.
Le Mesurier, from 68 F. with Bt. Major

Dismissed.
Eliot, h, p. 10.3 F.
Lieut. Anthory, from 10 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Dep. Commis, Gen. Aylmer
Hemsley, h. p.

Deaths.
Graham, frcin 77 F. rec. difp, with Lieut.
Barry, h. p. 60 F.

Lieut, Gen. Ramsay, Antigua 1 Nov. 1819. Fraser, from 30 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Lieut. Col. Maxwell, 67 F. at Asseer Ghur, BomKennedy, 86 F.

bay,

5th Apr. Young, from 12 F. rec. diff. with Licut.

Lynch, 2 Bn. 1 F. at Wallajahbad, St John, h. p. 51 F.

Madras
Gourlay, from 46 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Major Maclean, 1 F.
Read, 86 F

Owen, 67 F. at Asseer Ghur, Bombay
Vinicombe, from 50 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

25th Mar. Douglas, h. p. 68 F.

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

8th Apr. Nixon, from 52 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Benjafield, 67 F.

2d June Yonge, h. p.

Ferrier, 92 F. at Kingston, Jamaica
Burion, from 38 F. ree. diff. with Lieut.
Timbrell, h. p. 91 F.

Capt. Williams, 75 F. Paxo Mitchell, from 65 F. with Licut. Thomp Reed, 2 Ceylon Reg. on passage from Ceysou, h. p. 83F.

lon, on board the Richmond Free Trader Monckton, from 18 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. Schreiber, h. p. 22 Dr.

Stuart, h. p. 53 F.

12th Feb. Bourchier, from 36 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Mackrill, 61 F. Janaica

20 Sept. Webber, h. p. 2 F.

Licut. Clarke, 67 F. at Asseer Ghur, Bombay, Gouldsmith, from 60 F. rec. diff. with

31st Mar. Lieut. Spong, h p.

M'Mahon, h. p. 7G, B.

19th Aug. Brodie, from 78 F. rec. diff. with Lieut,

M. Robinson, n. p. Waller's Cor. 7th Oct. Lindsay, n. p. 21 Dr.

J. Thomson, 65 F. Bombay 14th July Carnerou, from 24 F. with Lieut. Robert

Vavasour, h. p. 52 F. previously of 64 F. son, h. p. 12 F.

23d June Deanes, from 28 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. M'Carthy, 81 F.

31st May Pratt, h. p. 30 F.

Bell, h. p. 56 F. in Malway, Bombay
Danic, from 30 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

5th do. Ralph, b. p. 59 F.

Balaguire, h. p. 15th F.
Ewbank, from 34 F. rcc. diff. with Lieut,

Williams, h. p. 15 F.
Campbell, 90 F.

Lennon, h. p. 18 F. Fugion, from 61 F. with Licut. De Lacy, Tisdall, h. p. 32 F. h. p. 37 F:

Spear,

h. - Chambers, from 61 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Hughes, h. p. 36 F.

6th Mar. Denham, h. p. 54 F.

Murphy, 73 F. at Kornegallee, Ceylon Palmer, from 1 W. I. R. with Lieut. An

7th June dersou, h. p. York Raug.

Taunton, 22 Dr. in Camp at Darwa, MaWatson, from 17 Dr. with Lieut. Shaw, 24

dras

19th May Dr.

Isbell, 64 F. at Plymouth

20 Dec. Thompson, from 3 Dr. with Lieut. Mac. Cox, h. p. 83 F.

14th Jume conchy, 21 Dr.

Langson, h. p. 69 F. at Madras 13th Apr. Sweeting, from 7 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Tulloh, 1 Ceylon R. at Madras 27th May Higgins, h. p.

Edwards, 50 F. in Fort Augustus, Jamaica Cornet and Sub-Lt. Smyth, from 1 L. G. rec. diff.

7th Sept, with Easign Gore, h. p. 72 F.

Gordon, 92 F. at Kingston 17th do. Campbell, do. rec. diff.

Will, 92 F. Jamaica

8th Oct. Logan, 92 F. do.

4th do. with Ensign and Lieut. Moseley, h. p. 1 D. G. Aiciun, from 2 do. roc. diff.

Harrison, 30 F. at Taulnah, Madras with Cornet Milligan, h. p. 11 Dr.

19th May Eneign Cart, from 24 F. with Ensign Ilarris, h. p.

MacEwen, (Adjt.) 20 Bn. 1 F. at Walla10 F.

jahbad, Madras

3d July Rooke, from 17 F. with Ensign Ridge,

Stanhope, 30 F. at Secunderabad, Madras

21st June h. p. 59 F.

8th Oct.

Harley, 50 F. at Jamaica
Newman, from 60 F. rec. diff. with En-

4th Oot.

J. Walker, h, p. York Lt. Inf. sign Sleator, h. p. Paym. Birch, from 73 F. with Paym. Bews, h. p.

Cornets, 21 Lieuts, and Ensigns. 1 Greek Lt. Inf.

Maugher, 73 F.
Qua. Mast. Armstrong, with Qua. Mast. Phillips, Patterson, h. p. 69 F.

4th Sept.
Lumsden, h. p. 83 F.
Sandys, h. p. 103 F.

Ni-Kenzie, i Ceylon Reg. at Kandy, Ceylon Resignations and Retirements.

15th June

9th Oct.

Reynolds, 92 F. at Jamaica Lieut. Col. Trickey, 10 F.

Nixon, 17 Dr. at Kaira, Bombay 4th June Sturt, 09 F.

Paym. Owen, h. p. 6 Dr.G. Major Wynne, 63 F.

Assist. Surg. Thomas, 92 F. Up Park, Jamaica Kingdon, 80F.

5th Sept. Capt. Smellie, 51 F.

Dr Thin, ? Ceylon Regt. at Ceylon, 27th July
Duncombe, 2 F. G.

Cominissariat Department.
Sheldon, 7 Dr. G.

Dep. Com. Gen. Young, at the Mauritius
Capel, 14 Dr.

3d Sept. Galway, 37 P.

Medical Department.
Stewart, York Chass.

Dr Eyre, h. p. Phys. at Rome 15th Nov.
Newman, 23 Dr.

Macleod, Hosp. Assist. Ceylon 25th May Licut. Drake, North Hants Mil.

Grier,

do. Jamaica, 25th Sept. Ensign Marlton, 13 F.

J. D. Fleming, Hosp. Asist. on h. p. Cowan, 93 F.

1st Nov.

P. 92 F.

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Richard Beaumont Thomas Woods William Critchill John Wainwright Hon. Wm. Keith Francis D. Hastings

Surgeon. Robert Malcom

Assistant Surgeon. John Jervis Purser.--Wm. Henry Bond.

Appointments.
Rear-Admiral, Robi Lambert, Commander-in-Chief at the Cape of Good Hope.
Names.

Ships.
Names.

Ships.

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Captains.
William Shepheard
W. N. Glasscock
Roger Hall
Alex. A. Sandilands
Wm. Aug. Montagu
Ather Stowe
Thos. Brown

Lieutenants.
Chas. S. Jackson
G.W.C. Courtney
H. E, Atkinson
G, H. Jenkin
Henry Hire
F. D. Hastings
Wm. Martin
Wm. Critchill
Jas, N. Jarvis
Wm. St. A. St. John
N. G. Corbett
Joseph Cammilleri
Henry King,
Thos, Woods
William Sandom
Geo. Spong (act.)
Henry Richmond
Henry Jellicoe
William Minchin
C. H. Hutchinson
Charles P. Yorke
Henry F. Belson
Wm. Blight
Wm. F. Lapidge
Chas. M. Chapman
W. W. Eyton
C. H. Fremantle (act.)
Thomas Gahan
Fred. Aug. Wilkinson
John M. Laws
George Young (d.)
H. W. Hall
James S. Hore
Wm. Finlaison
Henry W. Bishop
Arch. M'Lean
Geo. Welsh (b.)
Robt. L. Baynes
Geo. Thos, Gooch
H. R. Moorsom
F. James Lewis
Charles Madden
Robt. Shebbeare
J. L. Beckford, F.L

Marines. Capt. Rob. Clarke 1st Lts.N. Philips

W. S. Knapman
Chas, Cupples
Thos. Stevens
John M. Pilcher
Geo. O'Neil

20 Lts. J. K. Wilson
G.A. Campbell
Thos. Sullock
R, G. Atkinson

Masters.
Geo. Dujardine
Wm. Sidney
J. J. H. Lingard
Tho. Mantor
Ja. Pearce
Rich. Hains
Ant. Demayne
Dav, Goalen
John Allen
Jas. Martin
David Gossman

Surgeons.
Jas. M‘Ternan
John Hately
Wm. Colvin
Jas. M Beath
Rob. Malcolm
Chas. Mitchell
Wm. M‘Donald

Assistant Surgeons,
Rob. Marshall (2)
Jos. Gay
Jos. Steret

John Gilchrist
Henry Marshall
M. M'Ennally
John Thomson
D. M'Nicholl
Jas. Barnhill
Sam. Mackey
Wm. Aikin
Jas. Low
Wm. Aitchison (act.)
John Buchannan
Alex. Gilfellan
Rhod, Kent
Ja. M'Alaster
Wm. Barr
Tho. Robertson
John Henderson

Jas.'Lawrence
Jolin Summers

Pursers.
Robt. Chapman
Wm. H. Bond
John Curtis
James C. Cumming
H, S. Man
W. B. H. Long
Geo. Maber
Stephen Street

Chaplains.
J. E. Surridge
R. Bickell

Albion Iphigenia

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