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Musselburgh-Charles Stewart

50 F. J. C. Battly, Ensigo sice Vanderzee, New Galloway-Viscount Kenmure

dead

1 Jan. 1821. Paisley--Robert Farquarson

31

Lieut. Dodgin, from 66 F. Lieut. vice Peebles-James Kerr

Beckham, h. p. 61 F. 30 Sept. 1821. Perth-Robert Ross of Oak bank

32 Ensign Lord S Lennox, from 3 F. Pollockshaws-Thomas Baird

Lieut. by purch. vice Ives, ret. Port-Glasgow-John Mutrie

14 Oct Queensferry-Campbell Innes

35

Lieut. Moore, from 87 F. Lieut. vice Řenfrew-Robert King

Walsh, 1 Vet. Bn.

23 Sept Rutherglen-Robert Maxwell

38

Lieut. C. J. Boyes, from 9 W.LR. Sanquhar- Thomas Crichton

Lieut. vice J. W. Boyes, h. 21 F. Selkirk-Thomas Anderson Stirling-Robert Gillies of Gormyre

41 Ensign Tathwell, Lieut. by purch. vice Stranraer-Earl of Stair

Smith, ret. Tain-William Murray of Rosemount

18 Assist. Surg. Start, from hp Asst. Whithorn-Lord Garlies

Surg.

16 Sept Wigtown-Lord Garlies

62

Ensign Damerum, Lieut. by purch Oct. 1. George William Chud, Esq. to be Mi

vice Mitchell, ret. F. Kert, Ensign

14 Oct nister Plenipotentiary to the King of Saxony

66 Charles Townsend, Esq. to be Secretary of Lega

Lieut. Ross, from h. p. 61 F. Lieut. tion.

30 do vice Dodgin, 31 F.

69 - Andrew Snape Douglas to be Secretary to the

Ensign Penn, Lieut. vice Smith, proce Embassy at the Court of the Netherlands,

11 May 13. - Crawford Antrobus to be Secretary to the

Muttlebury, Lieut. rice Roy, dead

28 Jan. 18 Legation at the Court of the Two Sicilies.

W. Semple, jun. Ensign vice Mattia bury

25 Septe II. ECCLESIASTICAL.

Major Viscount Barnard, Lieut. Col. Oct. 15. Mr James Garret ordained Minister of

by purch. vice Sir J. Campbell, ret. the United Associate Congregation of Muirkirk. 21. The Right Hon. the Earl of Wemyss and

Capt. M‘Adam, Major

do March has presented the Rev. John Elliot, A.M.

Lieut. Hon. J. C. Westenra, from 3 F. to the Church and Parish of Peebles.

Gds. Capt. The Rev. Henry Grey, Minister of the New

Lieut. Methold, from 4 Dr. Capt by North Church, Edinburgh, appointed Minister of

purch. vice Taylor, ret. the New Church in Bellevue Crescent.

82

Capt. Magenis, from 3 F. Capt rice The Rev. Mr Simpson, from Dairsie, was ad

Brutton, Staff lonian Isl. 30 Sept mitted Minister of Leith Wynd Chapel, in room 83 Lieut. Brough, from h p. 99 F. Pays). of the Rev. Mr Thomson, translated to the second

vice Greig, h. p. charge of Dysart Church.

87

Lieut. Christian, from 1 Vet. Br. Lieut. 28. The United Associate Congregation of Mel.

vice Moore, 35 F. ville-Street, Glasgow, gave a unanimous call to 91 Bt. Lieut. Col. M.Donald, Lieut. Cal. Mr John Smart, preacher, to be their pastor.

by purch. vice MacNeill, ret. The Rev. Archibald Bennie, from Canon-Street

Capt. Anderson, Major

do Chapel of Ease, Glasgow, was inducted to the third

Lieut. Fraser, Capt. charge in the Parish of Stirling, as pastor of the

Ensign Barnes, Lieut.

da West Church there.

W. N. Wetenhall, Ensign

93 Ensign Sutherland, Lieut. vice Sutter. III. MILITARY.

land, 2 W. L. R.

G. Drummond, Ensign Brevet Capt. Pilkington, 3 R. Vet. Bn. Maj. in the Army, 12 Aug. 1819.

Lieut. Stuart, Capt. vice M'Irer, deal R.HO.Gds. Cornet Lord Pelham, from 6 Dr. Gds. Cornet by purch. vice Arbuthnot, ret.

Ensign Dutton, Lieut.

Hon. J. H. R. (urzon, Ensign

14 Oct. 1894. 1 Dr. Gds. Cornet Smith, Lieut. by purch. vice

2 W. I. R. Lieut. Campbell, from Ceylon R. Larut.

do. Heaviside, ret.

vice Boyes, 38 F.

23 Sept. 2d Lieut. Elwes, from 23 F. Cornet do.

Lieut. Spence, Adj. rice Currez des 4 Dr. Lieut. Shaw, from 17 Dr. Lieut. vice

Lieut. Sutherland, from 95 F. Capo Hart, h. p. 17 Dr. 27 Sept. 1823.

14 Oct 7

vice Winter, dead
Lieut. Inge, Capt. by purch, vice Wil-
liams, ret.

Ceylon R. Lieut. Hodges, from h. p. 21 F. Lieut

16 Sept. 1824. Cornet Portman, Lieut. do.

25 Septe

vice Campbell, 2 W. I. R. 3 F. Gds. G. A. F. Houstoun, Ensign and Lieut.

Af.Col.Co. Hosp. Assist, J. Bell, (d) Asist. Sur

vice Geddes, cancelled
by purch. vice Westenra, 75 F. 23 do.
Hon. M. H. Ongley, Ensign and Lieut.

98

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Ensign White, Lieut. vice Swanzy;

ed in action by purch. vice Houstoun, cancelled

J. A. Gordon, Ensign

14 Oct. 5 F. Lieut. Harris, Capt. by purch. vice Pol

Major Chisholm, Lieut. Col. lock, ret.

2d Lieut. Campbell, from Col Comp. Ensign Hatton, Lieut.

Mauritius, Lieut. vice Maclean, desd

do. P. M. N. Guy, Ensign

do. 7 Assist. Surg. O'Reilly, from h. p. 1 F.

1 Vet. Bn. Lieut. Walsh, from 35 F. Lieut. rice

Christian, 87 F.
Assist. Surg. vice James Staff 12 do.

3 8 Lieut. Hannay, Capt. by purch. vice

Capt. Pilkington, from Vet Coop Bt. Maj. Robinson, ret. 30 do.

Newfoundland, Capt. vice Hall, b.

103 F. Ensign Cotter, Lieut.

do. E. Newton, Ensign

do.

Vet. Com. Capt. Willock, from h. p. 103 F. Cap 13

Newf.
Ensign Jones, Lieut. vice Rothe, dead

více Pilkington, 3 Vet. Bn.

Lieut. Rice, from h. p. 34 F. Lieut. 18 Nov. 1823. R. W. Croker, Ensign

do.

vice Dunn, cancelled 21 F. Capt. Doherty, Maj. by, purch. vice

Assist. Surg. Strachan, from hers Maclaine, prom.

W. I. R. Assist. Surg.

సదు 16 Sept. 1824. Lieut. Beresford, Capt.

do.

Unattached. 2d Lieut. Beete, Ist Lieut.

do. W. H. Armstrong, 2d Lieut. do.

Maj. Deare, from 8 Dr. Lieut. Col. of lof, by Gent. Cadet, B. Losh, from R. Mil.

purch. vice M. Gen. Barry, ret. 14 Oct 184 Coll. 2d Lieut. vice Elwes, 1 Dr. Gds.

Lieut, Hon. W. L. L. Fitz G. de Roos, from 1 14 Oct.

Life Gds. Capt. of Comp. by purch. vice 1.28 Capt. Nicholls, from h. p. 25 Dr. Capt.

son, ret.

$3 de vice Magenis, 82 F.

Staff
w, Sullivan, Ensign by purch. více
Lord S. Lennox, 32 F.

Lieut. Anderson, from 69 F. Adj. of Recruit. Dist. 14 Oct. vice Munbee, h. p. QUF. 23 Sep. 1824

23 Sept.

30 Sept.

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29 Aug.

25 Sept.

Oct.

p. 94 F.

Hospital Stuff

Appointments Cuncelled. Staff Surg. Lyons, from h. p. Surg. rice Tully, Licut. Dunne, Vet. Comp. Newf. prom.

25 Sept. 1824

Smith, 1 F.
Assist. Surg. James, from 7 F. Assist. Surg: vice

Campbell, Vet. Company, N.wf.
Muir, h. p. 1 F.

12 do.

Ensign and Lieut. Houstoun, 3 F. G.
Hosp; Assist, Nelson, Assist. Surg. vice O'Beimne, Assist. Surg. Geddes, Afr. Col. Corps
R.

8 Oct.

Assist. Surg. Caldwell, Medical Staff.
J. Fraser, Hosp. Assist,

do.
Exchanges.

Superseded.
Capt. Lewis, from 57 F. with Bt. Major Ovens,

Paymaster Prendergast, South Mayo Mil. h. p. 74 F.

Dismissed.
Sinith, from 63 F. with Bt. Major Kerr, 3
R. Vet. Bn.

2d Capt. Atchison, Royal Art.
Barlow, from 11 Dr. rec. diff. with Capt.

Ist Lieut. G. F. Dawson, Royal Art.
Bond, h. p. 19 Dr.

Deaths.
Forster, from 3 F. G. with Capt. Hon, J. C. Lieut. General Prir.ce, from 6 Dr. Ipswich,
Westenra, 73 F.
Borlase, from 2 F. with Capt. Brough, 96 F.

11 Sept. 1824

Dunn, East-India Company's SerReed, from 31 F. with Capt. Greene, 53 F.

vice, Great Malvern Brownc, from 59 F. with Capt. Kyle, h. p.

Anderson, East-India Company's 26 F.

Service, London
Muller, from 60 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Man-

16 Sept.

Sir John Macdonald, K. C. B. East ners, h. p.

Ind. Co. Sery, Calcutta

12 June M'Neill, from 2 W. I. R. with Bt. Major Colonel G. Lord Castlecoote, Queen's Co. Mil. Jack, h. p. 21 F. - Beamish, from 31 F. rec. diff. with Capt.

Major Bishop, h. p. 1 Prov. Bn. of Mil. Harrow

gate Van Cortiandt, h. p. 35 F.

Sept. Capt. M'Iver, 98 F. Chichester

9 Oct. Phelan, from 927. with Capt. J. Cameron,

Winter, % W. I. R. on passage from Sierra h. p. 79 F.

Lcore
Baynes, from African Col. Corps, with Capt.
de Barralier, b. p. 32 F.

Christie, b. p. 37 F. previously of 5 Dr. G.

Atherton, b. p. 67 F. Norwich 1 Feb. Lieut. St. Quintin, from 4 Dr. with Lieut. Lewis,

Sir N. Dukintield, Bt. h. p. 82 F.
17 Dr.

Dunne, Ceylon Regt.
Bartlet, from GO F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Wool, h. p. 7 F.

Dudie, h. p. 14 F. Poole 23 Nov. 1823
Williams, from 16 Dr. with Lieut. Hamil-

Molyneux, h. p. Indep. Comp. near Guild. ford

24 Nov. ton, h. p. I Dr. Lecke, from 52 F. with Lieut. Wetherall,

Cainpbell, late Inval. London 5 Aug. 1824

Goodinge, Adj. to Londonderry Militia. h. p. 4. F.

Lient. Kennedy, ret. Veteran Comp. Stonehouse, Rose, from 72 F. with Lieut. Murray, h. Devon

13 Sept.

Mackenzie, h. p. 35 F.
Ramsden, from 74 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Douglas, h. p. 78 F. Java 20 April 1820
Campbell, nn. p. 18 F:

Hawkey, h. p. 95 F.

5 May 1821 Douglas, from 77 F. with Lieut. Wilkin

Couring, h. p. 7 Line Germ. Leg. Hanover son, h. p. 5 F.

8 Sept. -- Logan, frorn 98 F. with Lieut. Goodiff, h.

De Chery, h. p. Corsican Regt. 3 March p. 31 F

Anderson, h. p. 12 Gar. Bo. Dinan, France 2d Lieut. Von Kruger, from 60 F. rec. diff. with

19 May 2d Lieut. Price, h. p. 2 Ceylon Regt.

Anderson, 1 Dr. Kaira

1 do. Paterson, from 60 F. rec. dift. with Ensign

Wall, 16 1.
Pigott, h. p. 59 F.

O'Hara, do.
Ensiga Lister, from 17 F. with Ensign Deerles, 50 F.
Lord Elphinstone, from 71 F. with Ensign

Rigney, do.

Kerr, 38 F. killed in action with the Bur-
Daiton, h. p, 3-F.
Paym ister Kerr, from 4 Dr. with Paymaster

Summerfield, 83 F.
Wildey, h. p. 40 F.

Henry, "W. I. R. Cape Coast Castle
Quart. Master Lieut. Stewart, from 53 F. with

22 June Licui. Taggart, h. p. 53 F.

Smith, Ceylon Regt.
Cornet Dundas, from 6 Dr. with Ensign Addison,

Mactean, Afr. Col. Corps
65 F.

Swanzy, do. wounded and afterwards killSurg. Stanford, from 29 F. with Surg. Milton,

ed in action with the Ashantees near Cape h. p. Cape Regt.

Coast Castle

11 July Aldersoa, from 62 F. with Surg. Linn, h. p.

Thomas, Inval. Chester

Sept. 95 F.

Moodlie, do. Middlesex

Oct. Assist. Surg. Gardiner, from 3 Vet. Bn. with Assist.

Kinloch, h. p. 76 F.
Surg. Dillon, h. p. 72 F.

Ainsworth, h. p. 34 F. Billericay, Essex
Hendrick, from 86 F. with Assist.

28 July Surg. Dudgeon, h. p. 63 F.

Anderson, h. p. 2 Gar. Bn. Dinan, France Resignations and Retiremenis.

19 May Major Gen. Barry, late of 15 F.

21 Lieut Michel, R. Eng. Kandy, Ceylon 24 April Kerr, of late 2 Ceylon Reg.

Ensign Toole, 80 F. whilst employed on a misColonel Sturt, 39 F.

sion in the interior of Africa

26 Feb. Lieut. Col. Harrison, 50 F.

Noel, h. p. 35 F. Bronymaine

10 July Fitz-Gerald, 72 F.

Teasdale, South Lincoln Militia 16 April
Sir J. Campbell, 75 F.
Paymast. Lieut. Stopford, 2 W. I. R. Sierra Leone

22 July
Mac Neill, 91 F.
Major Robinson, 8 F.

Barry, h. p. 36 F. Taunton
Raikes, Royal East-India Volunteers. Adj. Lieut. C'urry, 2'W. I. Reg. Sierra Leone

15 do.
Capt. Hogy, 86 E.
Hallen, Rifle Brig.

Quart. Mast. Ensign Mahon, Afr. Col Corps Williams, 7 Dr.

Balmer, h. p. 28 Dr.

10 Sept. Pollock, 5 F.

Lawrie, h. p. 104 F.

Sept. Taylor, 75 F.

Assist. Surg. Luby, h. p. 5 Vet. En. Windsor do. Wilson, R. Art.

Vet. Surg. Dalton, h. p. 1 Lise Gds. Vienne, Calais

15 March
Lieut. Heaviside, 1 Dr. G.
Ives, 32 F.

Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. J. Jesse, West Bromwich,
Staffordshire

10 Oct.
Smith, 41 F.
Mitchell, 62 F.

Hospital Assist. Geddes, Accra, West Coast of
Africa

21 July.
Spiller, 62 F.
2d Lieut. Larcom, Royal Enginecrs

N. B.–The Death of Paymaster Harrison, 83d Carnet Arbuthnot, R. Horse Gds.

Reg: was erroneously reported in the Army List Assist. Surg. Maclean, h. p. 55 F.

or September ol. ).V.

4

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17 May

4 Aug.

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

Bas & Pse. Datinea) Foa, 1824.

140 lbs Dantzic. For. red. British. Irish. British. English. Scots. Stirl. Meas.

s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s.d. s. d. & d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s d. sdsd Oct. 21 127 0 33 0 16 0 200

310 360 34 0 36 || 18 6 25 0 150 200 0 31 281 27 0 34 0 176 206

346 340|| 18 6 25 6 15 0:00 50 51 Nov. 4 270 340 160 200

31 0 33 6|| 186 25 0 150 200 50 51 11 270 34 0 16 0 17 6

30 0 33 61 18 6 25 0 15 0 200, 50 51

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Oct. 99

820

S. d. 8. d. 20 0 34 0 22 0 34 0 23 0 34 0 23 0 320

S. d.
29 7
29 10
30
29 6

s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. 8. d. s. d. S. d.

S. d. 25 0 31 0 16 0 22 0 17 92 0118 0 290 Oct. 18 15 9 25 0 31 0 160 20 0 16 220 160 220 26 16 6 220 30 0 150 200 15 19 0 150 190 Nov, 1160 22 0 30 0 15 0 19 0 16 20 016 0 20 0

291 916 Nov. 5 1003

12 815

2 15 6

166
17 3 1
169
16 6 1 1

London.

Oats.

1824.

Wheat,
per.qr.

Rye.

Barley.

Beans.

Pease. Flour, 280 lb.
Pigeon. Tick. Boiling. Grey. Fine. ad.

Lai.

Fd & Pol Potat.

S, S. S. S.

8. Oct. 18 50 72 30 37 42

25 50 72 30 35 48 Nov. 152 74 32 36

8 50 72 32 36 30 45

S. 8. S. S. 17 20 21 29 17 20 21 29 17 25 21 29 18 26 22 30

8. S. S. S. S. S. S.

S.
44 50 36 42| 46 48 33 35 60 65 50 60
44 50 35 42 48 50 33 35|60 65 50 60
44 50 34 42 48 50 34 56 65 70.55 65
42 50 33 42 48 54 57 4060 65.50 60

9 10
9 10

Liverpool.

Oatm. 240 lb

1824.

Wheat.
70 lb.

Oats,
45 lb.

Barley.
60 lb.

Rye,
per qr.

Flour.
Beans, Pease,
per qr. per qr. Eng: Amer.

Irish.
240 lb.

196 lb. Engl

8. d. &. d. 8. d. S. d. s. d. s. d.

S. Oct. 19 40 76 2 0 3 3 4 6 5 9 35 38

261 4 6 9 6 2 0 3 3 46 5 9 35 38 Nov. 4 46 9 6 2 0 3 3 4 6 6 3 35 38

8 4 6 9 0 2 0 30 4 6 6 3 35 38

S. 8.

S. S. S.S. S.
42 50 35 52 45 52 44 50 18 23 98
42 50 35 52 45 52 14 50 18 23 38
42 48 35 52 45 52 44 50 18 23
42 18 35 52 45 55 44 53,18 23

England & Wales.

1824.

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

Oct.

S. d. S. d. 8. d. S. d. s. ds. ds. d.
9 57 2 34 2 37 7 20 3 37 11 38 4
16 58 0 32 0 37 5 20 0 39 8 39 4
23 59 101 34 4 40 8 909

40 0
30 61 8 35 4 39 9 21 3 433 43 5

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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 1824. Ther. Baro.

Attach,

Weather.
Wind.
Ther,

1824. Ther. Baro.

Attach,
Ther.

Wind. Weather. Ocl. 11.51 28.911 M.36 )

Morn. fair,
Cble.

M.25 29.686 M.37)
A. 56

Frost morn. .772 A. 55 )

Oct. 17{ day showery

A. 31 .855 A. 39

NE.

fair day.
M.38
.783 M.50

SW.
Shower most

M.32 -636 M.44
A. 46

18

Rain morn. .754 A. 52 of day.

A. 40

W. .667 A. 45

fair day. M.45 29.204 M.56

SW,
Fair, mild,

M.40
A. 54

19

.502 M.49
sunshine.
. 456 4.54

A. 48

W. Ditto.

,399 A. 48
M.46
.520 M.55
Fair morn.

M.39
Cble.

.405 M.48
A. 54

Fair, with .525 A. 52 day showery.

w. A. 47 .715 A, 50

sunshine.
M.41
.441 M.55

NE.
Heavy fog

M.39 .630 M.47
A. 50

Day fair,dun
.433 A. 54
most of day.

A. 47

SW. .501A, 19

h. rain night. M. 45 .304 M.53 E. Heavy fog.

M.42

22 .504 A. 53

.380 M.54

Morn. rain.

SW. .3801A. 55

day showery. M.47 .130 M.54

Rain, with
E.

.534 M.55

Foren. fair, 28.999 A. 51 ) heavy fog.

Cble. .625 A.53

aftern. rain. M.48 .998 M.54

E.
Fog, and

24

.562 M.52 A. 52 29.190 A. 53

Foren. fair, heavy rain.

Cble, .294 A, 54

rain even. M.40 .398 M.49

Rain morn.
NE.

25/ M.153 28.998 M.53
A. 14

Foren. fair, .465 A. 47 day fair.

SW. .990 A. 52

rain aftern. M.35 .360 M.44

Fair foren.
10
E.

.762 M.51
A. 42 .150 A. 44
hail aftern.

Ditto.

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SW.

.720/A. 49
11 M.32, 28.999 M.41

NE.
Heavy rain

.890 M.47
A. 42 29.140 A. 44

Fair, with most of day:

27{
A. 44 29.172 A. 55

sunshine. .147 M.42

Showers hail
NE.

M.34

.246 M.47
.147 A. 39
and sleet.

28{

.538 A, 45

w. Ditto. Foren, snow, 15 M.26 28.998 M.37 Cble.

M.30 .392 M. 42 .994 A. 36

29 aftern. fair.

Dull,snowon

Cble. .498 A. 45

hills, frost, 14 M.33, 29.330 M.42

Rain morn.
NE.

M.55
30
.615 M.50

Rain morn.
.560 A. 41
day fair, cola

NW.
A, 38

.797 A.50
.440 M.38

Morn. frost,

Cble. .555 A. 38

.310 M.46
day fair. cold

14.37
.310 A, 35

NW; Ditto. .595 M.39

NE.
A.36 .599 A. 38

Ditto.
Average of rain 4.523 inches.

w

12 M.3]

4.38

A. 39

A. 38

dull day.

CA. 11 15 M.28

A. 35 16 M.28

31 S M.30

1

AGRICULTURAL REPORT. The harvest, which commenced in the lower districts about the middle of August, was not concluded in the highlands till nearly the end of October. By the beginning of the present month, the potatoes were all got up, but some had suffered partially from frost. The depth of rain since our last does not exceed 2 inches and 1.4th ; consequently farming operations have met with little interruption, and plowing is in a forward state. Wheat, after potatoes and beans, has been all got in, and the braird appears regular. The highland mountains have been for some time covered with snow, and sheep begin to be moved to their winter quarters in the low moors. Prices of cattle have improved considerably of late, and meat advances in price in the but. cher-market. The present rise is partly ascribed to an extraordinary demand from the South, at the autumn fairs, and partly from a fuller demand than usual for the feeding-byre in this country, in consequence of the fair crop of turnips, which has improved in weight since our last. As far as this last affects the present prices, it may produce a glut in the market in the spring months, and feds that are ready early are expected to yield most profit to the feeder. In the corn-market there has been a little stagnation of late, and purchasers become more shy, although it is well known that there is little on hand. Wheat has fallen about two shillings per boll within the last two weeks, and barley has experienced the same decline in price. It is something in unison with the usual maneuvres at Mark-Jane to observe the markets fall, while the averages that govern importation advance rapidly. It is now almost certain that the ports will open for barley at the end of the quarter ; but as forcign barley does not suit the maltster, its introduction is not expected to have much effect in reducing prices. Oats, notwithstanding the importation, are looking up in price. Last crop of oats was deficient, and the unsteady state of markets has induced many to lay down part of their indifferent land under grass, particularly in the South.

Perthshire, 13th Nov. 1824.

Course of Exchange, London, Nov. 12.- -Amsterdam, 12:2. Ditto at sight, 11:19. Rotterdam, 12 : 3. Antwerp, 12:3. Hamburgh, 37 :0. Altona, 37: 1. Paris, days sight, 25: 15. Bourdeaux, 25 : 45. Frankfort-on-the-Maine, 1514. Madrid, 364. Cadiz, 35). Gibraltar, 31. Leghorn, 484. Genoa, 445. Lisbon, 50%. Oporto, 50. Rio Janeiro, 47Dublin, 94-Cork, 94 V cent.

Prices of Bullion, V 02.- -Foreign Gold in bars, £.3.17.8.-New Dollars, 45. 1104d.--Silver in bars, standard, 55.04d.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.--Guernsey or Jersey, 10s. 6d.-Cork or Dublin, 10s. 6d. a 12s. 6d.-Belfast. 10s. 6d. a 12s. 6d.--Hambro', 78. 6d. a 10s. 60.Madeira, 203.-Jamaica, 30s.--Hoine 40s. a 50s.-Greenland, out and home, 00 (0.

Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from October 20, to November 10, 1821

Oct. 20. Oct. 27. Nov. 3. Nov. 10.

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ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTs, announced between the 20th of

Sept. and the 20th of Nov. 1821: extracted from the London Gazette. Appleton, C. Northampton, hosier

Loud, T. and T. Burgess, Sittingbourne, kat, Arcangelo, Claudio, Gloucester terrace, Bethnal- bankers green, feather-merchant

Lowman, J. G. Crawford-street, Mars-le-bonne, Baildon, T. Dean street, Soho, coffee-house keeper grocer Barton, L. Strutton-ground, Westminster, linen- Martindale, B. jun. Gate-street, Lincoln's-inndraper

fields, money-scrivener Bell, J. Manchester, dealer in cotton-twist

Mason, J. Keswick, Cumberland, meteet Burgess, G. and E. Mai istone, millers

Metcalf, F. Friday-street, wholesale linen-draper Burgess, T. Sittingbourne, kent, banker

Millard, J. Cheapside, linen-draper Byng, C. Staines, bookseller

Morley, J. Oxford, butcher Clayton, W. B. Manchester, soot-dealer

Nunn, K. Queen-street, Cheapside, warehousemaa Cooke, J. Bamstaple, Devonshire, lirien-draper Pearson, C. Grosvenor place, Southwark. groet Cooper, B. W. Wrexham, Denbighshire, spirit. Peckham, H. C. Bushbrough, Kent, paper-manumerchant

facturer Davies, G. Haverfordwest, shopkeeper

Perkins, R. Monmouth, coal merchant Davis, S. Great Surrey-street, Blackfriars Road, Plant, Uriah, Wharton, Cheshire, flour-dealer dealer in drugs

Robson, G. Benwall, Northumberland, common Davison, J. St. George's Circus, St. George's Fields, brewer linen-draper

Salter, T. Manchester, and Wm. Pearson, London, Duncan, J. Trafalgar-square, Stepney, merchant merchants Edgington, T. Wells-street, Oxford-street, coach- Sanderson, J. Birmingham, vietnaller

maker, and Tooley-street, Southwark, sack- Sheppard, E. M. Hornsey, tavern-keeper ing-inanufacturer

Smith, J. and F. Clements-lane, and St. Swithin'sEmans, J. Ivy-lane, bookseller

lane, wine-merchant Eveleigh, F. and S. Union-street, Southwark, hat- Stickney, W. Welton, Yorkshire, linen-drapet manufacturers

Stubbs, J. Hadlow-street, Burton Crescent, wideFairless, M. Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, mer- merchant chant

Thomson, M. Norfolk-street, Commercial Road, Goodenough, C. Fleet-street, baker

and R. Longridge, South Shields, paint and Hanson, K. B. Bedford, boot and shoemaker

colour manufacturers Harris, Wm, Monmouth, grocer

Vincent, G. St. Margaret's-hill, Southwark, jewel. Harrison, B. and M. Sheffield, paper-manufacturers

Wainwright, J. Manchester, merchant Helling, E. Bedford-street, Bedford Row, Hol- Walker, J. Manchester, corn-dealer born, painter

Watkins, Warminster, Wiltshire, corn-factor Hodgson, G. Liverpool, grocer

Haylett, J. N. Fish-street Hill, and Crooked-lane, Houlden, R. High-row, Kensington, coal-mer- cordwainer chant

Worthington, W. J. Lower Thames-street, yine Humphries, J. Westbury, Wiltshire, woolstapler and spirit-merchant Hyslop, J. Ipswich, grocer

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