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Sugar. The sugar market, after an advance, has since returned to its former low and languid state. Even the disastrous accounts lately received from the West Indies, of the devastation occasioned in most of the islands by the late tremendous hurricanes, and the consequent diminution of the ensuing crops, has yet no effect upon the market, a strong proof of the deplorable stagnation of trade in this country. The continent of Europe is, now also getting very considerable supplies of this article from the Brussels, the East Indies, and Cuba ; but the chief cause of the great depreciation in value of this article, is owing to the want of consumpt both in the United Kingdom, and on the Continent, arising wholly from their poverty and want of trade. On this head, we can add nothing beyond what has appeared in our former reports. Very fine sugars are still in considerable demand, and at better, though comparatively greatly reduced prices.-Cotton. Notwithstanding the importations are considerably decreased, (about 40,000 bags less than last year) and the unfavourable accounts of the crops in India, still the price of cotton remains nearly upon a level. It cannot be otherwise, from the great stock on hand, and which cannot be greatly reduced owing to the stagnation of business.-Coffee. Maintains a good price, as may be expected ; continues to fluctuate, according to the accounts from the Continent. Upon the whole, however, coffee seems to be the only article of commerce at present, for which there may be said to be a fair demand. Appearances would indicate, that the market for this article may remain for some time much in its present state. In no other article of trade can we point out any 'material difference. There is, in fact, no demand to occasion any alteration ; and all seems to remain stationary at our quotations.

The alarming situation of all the manufacturing districts has put a complete stop to business. In extensive districts of country, it is completely suspended, and terror and alarm now occupy the minds of thousands. It is impossible things can remain in their present state many weeks-này, even days longer. People at a distance from, and unconnected with the manufacturing districts, have no idea of the terrible dangers and principles which assail the peaceable part of the community in those places. It is doubtful if the precautionary measures taken, may be able to prevent the most disastrous conse

is evident, the preventative measures, which imperious necessity renders it necessary to take, will only hurry on the intended convulsion. Of the horrible plans of the disaffected, there can no longer be any doubt ; and we confess our fears are greater than our hopes, that the storm may pass away without leaving fearful marks of its ravages. Be it as it may, there are principles planted in the minds of a mass of our population which half a century will not eradicate, and which will long keep this country in a fever of anxiety and alarm. To the wisdom of parliament, the decision and energy of the executive, and to the awakened feelings of the sound part of our population, we look with confidence to crush the designs of treason, and bring the guilty to speedy punishment. It is not those who are suffering the greatest hardships which now menace and alarm this country; on the contrary, the former most anxiously wish to be freed from their tormentors, who in general are men who have plenty of work, and even high wages. These men, for their own criminal views, endeavour to hurry on the poor and needy to pillage, plunder, and destruction. The day is at hand, we hope, when the one will be effectually relieved, and the other punished.

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653 653 India stock,

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Exchequer bills, 2d. p.d... 1 3 dis.

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American 3 per cent. ovom

new loan, 6p.c.
French 5 per cents. oronova

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Course of Exchange, Dec. 3.--Amsterdam, 11 : 18 : 0 U. Antwerp, 12:0. Ex. Hamburgh, 36:0:0 U. Frankfort, 150] Ex. Paris, 25: 10:0U. Bourdeaux, 25 : 40. Madrid, 35} effect. Cadiz, 35} effect. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 48. Genoa, 441. Malta, 46. Naples, 39. Palermo, 117 per oz. Oporto, 53. Rio Janeiro, 58. Dublin, 11. Cork, 11!.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per 02.- Portugal gold, in coin, £3: 18:6. Foreign gold, in bars, £3: 19:0. New doubloons, £3:16:0. New dollars, 5s. Od. Silver, bars, 5s, 2d.

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122

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PRICES CURRENT.- December 11.-London, November 5, 1819. SUGAR, Musc.

LEITH.

GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL LONDON. DUTIES.
B, P. Dry Brown, cwt. 60 to 65 56 to 60 56 to 61 57 to
Mid. good, and fine mid. 76 85 61

74 62
82 61
76

£1 10 0 Fine and very fine,

84
96

83

89 81 Refined Doub. Loaves, 135 150 Powder ditto, 112 114

91 112 Single ditto, 108 112

103

106
90

117
Small Lumps
98 102

105
108 87

88
Large ditto,
95 100

92
98 89

90 Crushed Lumps,

50
60

51 MOLASSES, British, ewt. 31 32 31 6

32 32 6 29s Od

0 7 64 COFFEE, Jamaica cwt. Ord. good, and fine ord.

98
110

109

120

90 Mid. good, and fine mid. 112 122

1122 132 124 150 Dutch, Triage and very ord. 85 96

90 109 Ord. good, and fine ord. 102 112

110
122

0 0 78 Mid. good, and fine mid. 112 117

124 134 St Domingo, 95 105

117

120 PIMENTO (in Bond) Ib. 7

8
82 7

77
SPIRITS,
Jam. Rum, 16 0. P. gall. 3s 3d

38 id 3s 2d 2 11

3 2 2s 6d 4s Od Brandy, 4 9

0 8 14 5 3

2 9 4 0 SB.S. Geneva, 3 0 3

0 17 02 2

2 10 30 (F.S.) Aqua, 6 10 7 2

0 17 1142 WINES,

SB.S. 143 18 0 Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 60

64

£35 65 0 F.S.) 148 4 6 Portugal Red, pipe. 44 54

52 58 0 Spanish White, butt. 34 55

30

(B.S. 95 11 68 0

0 Teneriffe, pipe. 30 35

98 16 0 Madeira, 60 70

40 500

| B.S. 96 13 0

(F.S.) 99 16 6 ton. £7 LOGWOOD, Jam.

5 10 6 15 6 5

6 10

7 0 Honduras,

8
5 15 6 0 6 15 7 0 6 15 7 5

0914 Campeachy,

8

6 10

7 0 75 7 15 FUSTIC, Jamaica,

7

7 10 8 0 7 10 8 0 99 100 Cuba,

9
11 9 10 10 9 15
10 0

1 4 67 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, Ib. 98 6d 11s 6d 7 6 8 6 8 0 8 9 10s Od 10s 6d

0 0 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 1 6 1 9

0 2 Ditto Oak, 3 2 3 6

05 Christiansand (dut. paid) 2 0 Honduras Mahogany 1 4 1 8 1 2 1 8 11 1 3 1 1 1 2

3 16 0 St Domingo, ditto

1 4 3 0
1 51 2 0 1 2 16

8 14 2 TAR, American,

20
16 0 17 0 20 6

1 41 Archangel, 18 20

19 6 PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 8

B.$. 1 8 55

6

F.S. 1 10 1 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 54

55 54
55 56
57 52 0

0 3 2 Home Melted,

56

57 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton. 50

52

£19 0

B.S.
Petersburgh Clean,

44
45

44 10

(F.S.) FLAX, Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak. 58 60

70 0 72 Dutch, 58 112

70

B.S. 80

0 0 Irish,

45
52

0 0 7%8 MATS, Archangel,

103. 90
92

£4 15

SB.S.

1 3 9

F.S. 1 BRISTLES,

4 11 Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. 14

ŞB.S. 0 3 62

F.S. 0 3 115 ASHES, Peters. Pearl, 33 34

(B.S.

0 4 63 Montreal ditto,

(F.S.

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40
41 38

39 43

44
Pot,

32
35 32
33
36 36

0 1 7 OIL, Whale,

tun. 34

32
33

33 Cod,

84 (p. brl.)

30
32

32 TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, lb. 9

9:39

9 7 0 88 7s Od 90 Middling,

8
84

8
044 0 671 4 0

5 0 Inferior,

10

33 0 4 COTTON'S, Bowed Georg.

1

1 1 Sea Island, fine,

2 9

2 2 20 2 Good,

8 4 2

10 2 1 Middling,

2 1 Demerara and Berbice,

9

B.S. 08

1 7 2 1 6 West India,

6 F.S. 1 1 1 2 Pernambuco,

03 1 17

3 1 2

7 1 8 1 Maranham,

51 69 5 1 6 5 1 6 1 35 1 51 3 1

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 23d of

October, and the 23d of November, 1819, extracted from the London Gazette.
Adams, W. W. Bow-lane, merchant

Haw, C. jun. Minories, grocer
Ashton, J. Harp-lane, Tower-street, wine and spi Harvey, J. P. Ipswich, linen-draper
rit broker

Hayton, J. W. Greenfield, Holywell, Kent, wire. Armitage, J. Wakefield, wool-stapler

maker Alder, T. Presbury, Gloucester, victualler

Hyde, J. C. Union-place, New-road, apothecary
Archer, J. Strand, hatter

Isaacs, I. Newington, glass and chinaman
Andrews, W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant Jeffery,:R. Shadwell High-street, dealer in potatoes
Brown, C. Birmingham, cabinet.maker

Jennings, W. Aldersgate-street, butcher
Button, W. Marlborough, builder

Jackson, J. Manchester, butcher
Button, W. sen. & W. Button, jun. Paternoster Jackson, E. Uley, Gloucester, clothier
row, booksellers

Johnson, J. New Buckenham, Norfolk, butcher Brown, J. R. & H. M. New Poultry, stationers Jacobs, M. Charles-street, Soho-square, glass-merBramley, T. Nottingham, victualler

chant
Bryan, J. & W. L. Bryan, Grocers' Hall court, Kelly, M. Manchester, twist and cotton broker
printers

Keeling, B. Stafford, cabinet-maker
Burford, W. Gillingham, Kent, fishmonger Kemp, J. E. Liverpool, merchant
Bryan, J. Oxford-street, silk-mercer

Levy, J. Rosemary-lane, slop-seller
Birch, H. & J. Green, Sheffield, cutlers

Lyons, L. Lower Shadwell, brewer
Bowden, T. & T. Bradshaw, Mile's-lane, ware Longhurst, J. Egham-Hythe, carpenter
housemen

Langley, E. & W. Belch, Borough, engravers Bowen, C. Hackney-road, surgeon

Lyne, J. Symmondly, Derby, cotton-spinner
Burn, T. Southend, Essex, brick-maker

Lang, H. & G., & W. Lang, Accrington, Lancas-
Bampfield, J. W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant ter, calico-printers
Backhouse, J. Liverpool, merchant

Linton, W. Colchester, linen-manufacturer
Backler, J. Newman-street, Oxford-street, dealer Lowndes, W. & J. Robinson, & H. Neild, Mar.
in stained glass

chester, cotton-merchants
Blogg, B. Bull-and-Mouth-street, wine-merchant Leyburn, G. Bishopsgate-street, provision
Bishop, D. Great Surrey.street, upholsterer

chant
Barlow, J. Manchester, innkeeper

Lamacraft, J. Plymouth, dealer
Brewman, B. H. Holywell-street, Strand, silk-mer Marks, T. Rochford, Essex, wine-merchant

Micci, J. White Lion-street, Norton-falgate, coach
Callanan, C. & J. Connor, Lime-street, soap-makers and harness maker
Cronin, W. Snow's-fields, general provision-dealer Matthie, W. & G. Yates, Liverpool, merchants
Collins, J. Newport, Monmouth, common brewer Mullion, M. Liverpool, ship-chandler
Cope, J. L. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant Merry, R. Birmingham, grocer
Craney, J. Holborn-bridge, grocer

Moston, J, Warrington, grocer
Carter, E. Bristol, butter-factor

Moss, A. High-street, Shadwell, slopseller
Choppin, F. H. Whetstone, horse-dealer

Martin, G, Gloucester, pin-manufacturer
Crisp, c. Bristol, cordwainer

Mitchinson, T. Great Driffield, York, grocer Carruthers, T. Longtown, Cumberland, butter Nowell, J. High-town, near Leeds, card-maker and bacon factor

Nicholson, T. Liverpool, timber-merchant Chartres, G. Seymour-street, Euston-square, con Nickson, s. Chester, cabinet-maker fectioner

Nedby, W. Lamb's Conduit-street, upholsterer
Chown, C. Manchester, hosier

Nuttall, J. Manchester, bookseller
Clarke, W. Leicester-street, tailor

Orchard, J. London-terrace, Hackney-road, mer-
Champness, S. Fulham, market-gardener

chant
Chappell, J. S. Oxford-street, hosier

Owen, J. Cheapside, warehouseman
Clutten, V. Halesworth, Suffolk, brandy-merchant Oswald, R. Beccles, Suffolk, tanner
Davenport, S. & R. Fayle, Manchester, engravers Parkes, B. Aldermanbury, British wine-merchant
to calico-printers

Porter, J. Frome Selwood, Somerset, clothier
Davey, J. St James's-walk, Clerkenwell, carpenter Peet, W. Ironmonger-lane, merchant
Daniell, J. & J. Parry, Bristol, tinmen

Pannell, J. sen. Wyke, Surrey, brick-maker
Drewry, J. Stafford, stationer

Pullen, Spread Eagle-court, Finch-lane, bill-broker
Elliott, J. Farnham, common brewer

Peacock, R. Charing, Kent, miller
Edmonds, G. A. Dudley, shopkeeper

Perkins, S. Midford, Somerset, dealer
Eames, W. Haymarket, horse-dealer

Peagam, W. jun. Plymouth, tailor
Farmer, N. East-lane, Bermondsey, rope-maker Papworth, R. Cambridge, cow-keeper
Furley, S. & R. Dodd, Milton, Kent, hoymen Reed, F. Bristol, butcher
Fisher, F. Bristol, coal-merchant

Ringer, J. Lucas-street, Commercial-road, baker
Field, J. Newgate-market, butcher

Ross, C. Great Barr, Stafford, brush-maker
Fawdington, W. Warwick-square, cabinet-maker Robinson, J. Hanley, Stafford, merchant
Fildes, J. Lamb's Conduit-street, upholsterer Relph, J. Carlisle, woollen-draper
Fisher, J. Bristol, victualler

Rutland, T. Wootton-under-edge, grocer
Forster, R. Old Broad-street, merchant

Rowland, R. Strand, linen-draper
Greenwood, G. Hanway, Oxford-street, jeweller Sharp, J. B. Queen-street, Cheapside, warehouse -
Garatt, D. Portsea, cabinet-maker
Goddard, W. jun. Lowestoff, Suffolk, miller Sproston, S. London, merchant
Gloag, R. Little Hermitage-street, Wapping, fish Say, R. Piper's Inn, Somerset, wine-merchant
monger

Scott, Bird-street, Wapping, builder
Goodwin, B. Orford, Suffolk, grocer

Smith, T. Armitage, Stafford, maltster
Gawan, J. Union-street, Somerstown, cabinet Savage, E. UpperNorth-place, Gray's-Inn-lane,grocer
maker

Suffield, w. Birmingham, printer
Harwood, G. Kingston-upon-Hull, porter-merchant

Tennant, B. J. & W. Garnett, Liverpool, mer-
Henderson, F. Newton-by-the-Sea, Northumber chants
land, fish-dealer

Tanner, E. St Dunstan's-hill, general merchant Hodson, W. Hessle, Kingston-upon-Hull, apothe Thurnell, Goulstone-square, Whitechapel, upholcarý

sterer
Holdship, J. Cheltenham, dealer and chapman Terry, R. Holborn-bridge, haberdasher
Hemming, J. Long-acre, linen-draper

Thomas, M. & W. Great Surrey-street, Blackfriars-
Hankinson,
V. Manchester, grocer

road, linen-drapers
Harris, T. Evesham, innholder

Turner, P. H. & C. Johnson, London-wal), horse-
Hughes, T. Cheltenham, porter-dealer

dealers
Hartley, S. & W. Tadcaster, common brewers Taylor, G. North Bierley, York, shopkeeper
Hall, J. P. Liverpool, merchant

Taylor, J. Fore-street, Cripplegate, draper
Hughes, C. Hill, Warwick, victualler

Taylor, w. Little George-street, Bermondsey N
Hartley, J. Manchester, warehouseman

road, Surrey, bricklayer
Hunt, R. & J., Sharp, Lombard-street, brokers Tabram, W. Fendrayton, Cambridge, butcher
Hughes, T. Oxford-street, hosier

Thompson, T. Lancaster, ironmonger
Hughes, w.& F. Todd, Great Winchester-street, Webster, T. Chegrave, Norfolk, printer
merchants

Wellington, J. jun. Chard,

Somerset, groeer
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ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 30th

354

Wilson, J. Old Broad-street, merchant
Wilson, 1. Worksop, money-scrivener
Walker, S. Birmingham, merchant
Wenham, J. Beckley, Sussex, tailor and draper
White, B. Maiden-lane, Wood-street, hosier
Wattam, T. Great Grimsby, Lincoln, corn.dealer
Ward, D. Brisley, Norfolk, seed-merchant
Wright, C. Strand, wine-merchant

Register.--Commercial Report.

Wright, J. Doncaster, miller
Woods, J. jun. Portsea, baker
White, 'H. Warminster, Wilts, linen-draper
Woodhouse, T. Nottingham, lace-manufacturer
Wrangle, J. Amwell, Hertford, coach

master Wood, J., D. Martindale, &'J. Fisher, Poultry,

warehousemen Zameira, J. Bevir Marks, St Mary-axe, grocer

shire

November 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Bethune, A. merchant, Bridgend of Alness, Ross

M'Call, J. & Sons, merchants, Glasgow; and J. Carrick, J. dealer in china and earthen ware, Glas

M'Call, merchant, Copenhagen, J. G. M'Call,

merchant in St Croix, both lately in Glasgow gow Cliffe, Wastle, manufacturer, Langholm

M'Gibbon, E. merchant, Glasgow Gillespie, D. merchant-tailor, St Andrews

M'Cubbing, J. cattle-dealer, Springfield, Dumfries:

shire Hurlet Copperas Company, and Mrs M. Ewing or Lightbody, and J. Lighibody, residing at Hurlet,

Peacock, R. & Sons, merchants, Paisley and now in Glasgow

Pinkerton, J. jun. brewer, Glasgow Hogg & Black, merchants and manufacturers,

Robey, G. merchant, Anstruther Earlston, Berwickshire

Smith, J. & Son, & Co. booksellers, Peterhead Lumsden, James, merchant, Dysart

Stewart, R. fesher and cattle-dealer, Glasgow Maclane, A, merchant, Glasgow

Thomson, A. & W. manufacturers, Dubbyside, Macnab, A. & Co. merchants and commission

Fifeshire agents, Glasgow: and A. Macnab, R. Wyllie,

Torrance, I. brever and innkeeper, Galston, Ays. and R. Stewart, individual partners

shire
Wills, P. jeweller, Glasgow

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Liverpool, Dec. 6.
$. d.
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J. d. 1.dh
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per 70 lbs.

Pease, for. 45 0 to 520 10 0 to 10 6 Rice, p.cwt 0 0 to 00 9 0 to 9 6Flour, Eng. 54 0 to 56 0 8 6 to 8 8-Seconds. 50 0 to 52 0 9 6 to 10 o Irishp.240lb. 44 0 to 15 0 9 6 to 10 o Ameri. p. bl. 00 to 0 0

8 3 to 90 Sour do.. 33 0 to 36 0

.. 8 6 to 8 8 Clover-seed, p. bush. 24 to 26 English,grind.4 6 to 5 01- Red

- White

0 to 0

Oto 0 60 to 70 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. 4 6 to 5 o English

33 0 to 350 4 6 to 5 o Scotch 28 0 to 34 0

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London, Corn Exchange, Dec. 6.

Wheat,
S.
Wheat,red, new 56 to 60 Boilers
Fine.
60 to 65 New

52 to 51 English Superfine

64 to 66 | Small Beans. 44 to 46 Scotch Es. White 56 to 60 | Tick

38 to 40|Irish, new Fine . 62 to 66) Foreign

10 to 12 Dantzic Superfine 68 to 71 Feed Oats . 18 to 21 Wismar, Old 75 to 78 Fine .

21 to 22) American. Rye

30 to 32 Poland do 22 to 24|Quebec Barley 27 to 31 Fine

25 to 27 Barley, per 60 lbs. Fine

32 to 34 Potato do. Superfine

36 to 40 Fine. 27 to 50 Malting Malt,

50 to 60 Flour, p. sack 55 to 60||Irish . Fine

68 to 75 Seconds 50 to 55 Scotch Hog Pease 46 to 49 | North Country 45 to 55 Foreign

4 6 to 50
Maple . 50 to 51 Pollard 20 to 28 Maltp.Ogls. 10 0 to 11 0
White, new ..
46 to 501 Bran

9 to 10|Rye, for. 36 0 to 38 0 Butter, per cwt. :
Oats, per 45 lb.

Belfast
Seeds, fc.-Nov. 5.
English 3 6 to 3 9 Newry

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Scotch pota. 3 6 to 3 9 Waterford, new 0 to
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8.Welsh ... 3 6 to 3 9 Cork, 3d Must. Brown, 15 to 20 Hempseed

to Irish, new 3 3 to 3 8 Pickled, White 6 to 11 Linseed, crush. - to

3 6 to 3 7 Beef, p. tierce 85 to 95 Tares 0 to 0 New, for Seed to

Common. Turnips . 14 to 20) Ryegrass,

3 3 to 5 6-pbarrel 55 to 63

15 to 40 Foreign 5 0 to 3 4 Pork, p. br). New O to 0 Clover, Red, 60 to 98||Beans, pr qr.

Hams, dry,

o to -Yellow 0 to 0 -- White

60 to 100 English,

. . 48 0 to 56 0 Bacon, Carraway . 48 to 50 Coriander 10 to 12 Irish.

45 0 to 47 0 Short middles 62 to 0 Canary 80 to 100 Trefoil 30 to 63 Pease, per quar.

Long

60 to 0 New Rapeseed, £34 to £36.

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Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week

ended 4th Dec. 1819. Wheat, 675. 8d. -Rye, 42s. 10d.-Barley, 38s. Id.-Oats, 26s. 1d.-Beans, 49s. Id.-Pease, 50s. 11d.

Beer or Big, Us. Od.Oatmeal, 0s. Od.

Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels

, and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four

Weeks immediately preceding the 15th Nov. 1819. Wheat, 58s. 5d. Rye, 39s. 2d.-Barley, 30s. 10d.-Oats, 223. 60.-Beans, 35s. 7d. Pease, 33s. 11d.

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Lamb, per quarter

2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. Butter, per lb.
Veal

Os. 8d. to Os. 10d. Salt ditto,
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Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Ditto, per stone
Tallow, per stone 8s. 6d. to 9s. Od.

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APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

1 Sept.

II. MILITARY.

Serg. Major W. Grant to be Adj. and

Ensign, vice Mackie, dead 5 do. Army. Captain MacGregor, 58 F. to be Major

2 W. J. R. M. G. Sparks to be Ensign, vice Lowe, 12 Aug. 1819 dead

4 do. 3 Dr. G. E. Burnaby to be Cornet by purch. vice Willis, ret.

Cape Corps. W. L. Heathcote to be Cornet 30 Sep. 4 Nov.

Assist. Surg. T. Clarke, from hp. 72 6 Dr. Cornet Williamson, from 22 Dr. to be

F. to be Assist. Surg. 25 June Cornet, vice Griffith, hp. 22 Dr.

21 Oct.

Royal Artillery. 2 F. G. Ensign and Lieut. Gooch to be Lieut.

Capt. Pierce, from hp. to be Captain, vice Close and Capt. vice Clifton, ret. 28 do. Ensign and Lieut. Jenkinson, from hp.

Nicholls, from hp.

do. vice Cowper to be Ensign and Lieut. by purch. do.

8 Nov. 8 F. Serg. Maj. W. Only, from Rifle Brig. to

2d Capt. Wilson, from hp. to be 2d Captain, vice be Quar. Master, vice Kiernan 21 do. Maitland

8 Oct. 13 G. Rothe to be Ensign by purch. vice

1st Lieut. Dickens, from hp. to be 1st Lieut, vice Stewart, 28 F.

23 Sept.
Lugger

do.
28 Ensign Stewart, from 13 F. to be Ens.
vice Dalgleish

Dawson, from hp. to be 1st Lieut. vice do. Selwyn

do. 34 Quar. Mast. Howe, from hp. to be Quar, Master, vice Stoddart, dead

Lindsay, from hp. to be 1st Lieut. vice 11 Nov. Baldock

8 Nov. 50

Bt. Lieut. Col. Harrison to be Lieut.
Colonel, vice Hill, dead

4 do,

Garrisons.
Bt. Lieut. Col. Wemyss to be Major

Major Gen. Sir G. Cooke, K.C.B. to be Lt. Gov.

do. Lieut. Jauncey to be Capt. vice Mont

of Portsmouth, vice Kempt

20 Oct. gomery, dead

3 do.

Dr Somerville to be Physician to Chelsea Hospital. Lieut. Turner to be Capt.

11 Nov. 4 do.

vice Moseley, dead Lieut. Ross, from hp. York Chass. to

Lieut. Col. Fremantle, Coldstream Gds, to be Dep. be Lieut. vice Richardson, dead 1 do.

Adj. Gen. Jamaica, vice Sparrow, dead 25 Aug.
Ensign Serjeantson to be Lieut. vice

Medical Department.
North, dead

2 do.
Harley to be Lieut.

3 do. Physician J. Dwyer, M.D. from hp, to be PhysiEdwards, do.

4 do.
cian, vice Robson

25 Oct. Wills, froin hp. York Chass. to

Barrack Department. be Ensign

2 do. Lord Sussex Lennox to be Ensign 3 do.

W. Doyle to be Barrack Mast. vice Hunter 15 do. W. Sheaffe to be Ensign

4 do.

Exchanges.
H. Gill to be Ensign

5 do. · Bt. Major Gibbons, from 60 F. rec. diff. with Capt.
Lieut, Crofton, from hp. to be Lieut. Pearce, hp.
and Adjutant, vice Lyon, dead 31 Oct.

Colberg, from 58 F. with Capt. Phelan, 64 Bt. Major Bishop to be Major by purch.

hp. 60 F. vice Pears, ret.

28 do Capt. Maitland, from 14 F, with Capt. Raynsford, 67 Lieut. Cockrill to be Capt. vice Browne

18 F. do.

Westropp, from 58 F. with Brevet Major Ensign Bolton to be Lieut.

do.

Mac Gregor, hp. 95 F.
C. Langwerth to be Ensign

do.

Shirley, from Coldstream Gds, with Capt. 80 Lieut. W. Leslie, from hp. 1 Bahama Powys, hp:

Gar. Comp. to be Paym. vice Jones, -Templeton, from 47 F. rec. diff. with Capt. ret. hp.

4 Nov. Forbes, hp. Ensign Watkins, from hp. 100 F. to be Verity, from 58 F. with Capt. Montgomery,

Ensign, vice M‘Mahon, dead 11 do. hp. York Chass.
92

Brevet Major Wilkie to be Major, vice Locker, from 8 Dr. rec. diff. with Captain
Blainey, dead

4 do. Fraser, hp.
Lieut. Macintosh to be Captain do.

Day, from 19 F. with Capt. Campbell, hp.
Ensign Hewitt to be Lieut. vice M‘Don-

96 F
ell, dead

3 do Lieut. Austin, from 70 F. rec. diff, with Lieut. Macdonald, do.

4 do.

Mercer, hp. 10 F.
M'Nabb, fm. late Meuron's Regt.

Aufrere, from 9 Dr, rec. diff. with Lieut.
to be Ensign

3 do.

Mallory, hp. 20 Dr.
Gent. Cadet 3. Buckley, from Mil. Coll.

Manders, froin 3 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
to be Ensign

3 do. Croasdale, hp. 45 F.

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