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Medical Department.

Lt. Col. Torrens, 65 F. Dep. Qua. Mast.
Gen, in the East Indies, vice M'Ra
12th March 1821.
Lieut. and Adj. Nicholson, of Army
Depot, 1sle of Wight, to have the
rank of Capt.
15th do.
Bt. Insp. E. Tegart, Insp. of Hospitals
in the West Indies only 25th Mar.
Staff Surg. Arthur, Physician to the
Forces, vice Taylor, dead 29th do.
Surg. Davy, from 15 F. Surg. to the
Forces
do.
Hosp. Assist. W. Birrell, As. Surg. to
the Forces, vice Cavehill, dead
5th April.
Hosp. Assist. Dochard, As. Surg. to the
Forces, vice Davy, prom. 15 F.

12th do.
Assist. Surg. Thompson, from 38 F.
Apothecary to the Forces, vice Lee-
son, dead
do.
C. Hughes, Hosp. Assist. to the Forces,
vice Conway, dead
22d Mar.

C. Pargeter, Hosp. Assist, to the Forces, vice Birrell, prom. 5th Apr. Hosp. Ass. M'Dermott, fm. h. p. Hosp. As. to the Forces, vice Burrell, 38 F. 12th do. Hosp. Ass. Bruce, fm. h. p. Hosp. As. to the Forces, vice Dockard do. Ordnance Department. Roy. Art. Bt. Lt. Col. Bull, Major of Brigade in Ireland 27th Feb. Bt. Maj. Bates, fm. h. p. Capt. 2d Apr. 1st Lt. Gapper, 2d Capt.

Jago, fm. h. p. 1st Lt. Palmer, do.

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Maclean, fm. 91 F. with Ensign Bunbury, h. p. 88 F.

Dep. Insp. of Hosp. Porteous, with Dep. Insp. Erly, h. p.

Staff Surg. Thompson, with Staff Surg. Arthur, h. p.

Assist. Surg. Spry, fm. 2 W. I. R. with Assist. Surg. Kelly, h. p. 1 W. I. R.

Dep. Purveyor Bradford, with Dep. Purv. Pratt, h. P.

Resignations and Retirements.

Capt. Phillips, 40 F.

Chancellor, Royal East India Vol.
Lieut. Eliot, 67 F.

Kiddell, Royal East India Vol.
Cornet Clagett, 19 Dr.
Ensign Birch, 18 F.

Jeffries, 31 F.

Thornton, Royal East India Vol.

Appointments cancelled.

Brev. Major De Havilland, 55 F.
Capt. Hay, 8 F.

White, 81 F.

Cornet Lord F. Conyngham, 22 Dr.

Reinstated.

do.

1st do.

Lieut. Machell, 18 Dr.

2d do.

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Deaths.

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2d Lt. Stokes, do. do.

Bigge,

Roy. Eng. Bt. Lt. Col. Ellicombe, Major of Brig.

vice Handfield, dead
Lieut. Col. Gossett, fm. h.
Col.

Capt. Jones, fm. h. p. Capt.

9th Jan. p. Lieut.

do. 18th Nov. 1820. do. do.

1st Lieut. Elliot, 2d Capt.

Dalton, fm. h. p. 1st Lt. 2d Lieut. Frazer, fm. h. p. 2d Lt. Lagden, 1st Lieut.

1st Lieut. Matson, 2d Capt.

do.

do.

9th Jan. 1821.

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- Mackay, fm. 68 F. with Capt. Hewett, h. p. 60 F. Capt. Vernon, fm. 18 Dr. rec. diff. between Full Pay Troop and Full Pay Company, with Capt. Brett, h. p. 10 Dr.

Evelyn, fm. 3 F. G. with Capt. Des Voeux,
h. p. 60 F.

Jones, fm. 3 F. with Capt. Stainton, h. p.
York Chass.

Lieut. Bayley, fm. 2 Dr. G. with Lieut. Cuff, h. p. 23 Dr.

Christie, fm. 21 F. rec. diff, with Lieut, Caldwell, h. p. 2 W. I. R.

Kennedy, from 23 F. with Lieut. Keith, 89 F.

De Lapasture, fm. 38 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Huston, h. p. 67 F.

Tittle, from 38 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Sparkes, h. p. R. African Corps

Tudor, fin. 65 F. rec. diff. with Licut. Bea

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Adjutant Henning, East and West Lothian Fenc.
Cav. Haddington

Quarter Master Finan, h. p.
Loughbrickland, Ireland

Harburg

20th March. Newfoundland Fen,

21st Feb.

Muller, h. p. 2 Huss. Ger. Leg.

Surgeon Ridsdale, 47 F. Hosp. Assist. Moon, Jamaica

Wilkins

22d Dec. 1820.

10th March 1821.

5th Nov. 1820.

Chaplain Meyer, h. p. Germ. Leg. Anleben

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Callonhill.

N.B. The Observations are made twice every day, namely, at eight o'clock in the morning, and eight o'clock in the evening. The morning observations in the first column are made on the Register Thermometer.

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A HEAVY rain fell on the 15th of April, amounting in depth to one inch and twotenths, which put a temporary stop to the sowing of barley on clay lands, and subsequent rains have protracted the barley seed-time on such soils to an unusual late period; nor will the soil be in good condition for that seed this season. On dry soils the farmer met with less obstruction, and the spring seed are for the most part committed to the soil. Planting potatoes met with the same obstruction as barley, but as the ground generally planted with that root is of an open nature, they were got in for the most part about the usual time. In the later districts, indeed, where little time can be spared from the sowing of spring seeds, a considerable breadth still remains to be planted. Though the temperature throughout the last two weeks in April was high for the season, yet the excessive quantity of moisture in the soil prevented vegetation from making rapid progress; and since the commencement of the present month, the temperature has been somewhat lower, and frequent showers keep the soil in rather a wet state. The thermometer often falls as low as 38o in the night, and cold winds prevail throughout the day; on the Highland hills snow lies thicker than at any period last winter: but, notwithstanding all these unfavourable symptoms, vegetation is about as far forward as usual. The effects of saturation are, however, easily discovered by the yellow appearance of young wheat on tenacious or on shallow ploughed lands. Oats gave a fair braird, but on some clover leys they also have a yellowish look. Young sown grass comes up freely; a thick braird has been produced from Dutch secd. The artificial colour given to clover seeds by English dealers is too glaring an imposition to escape detection, though some may have this season been induced to calculate too much on its well ripened appearance. To avoid such chicane, Scots farmers will be driven to save clover-seeds at home, an experiment to which they have hitherto manifested much reIuctance.

Flax has been sold at a low rate for some time past, and we believe the usual breadth is not now laid under that scurging crop. Grain of every description also sells at low prices, and may throw inferior soil out of cultivation. Vast numbers of young cattle are reared, and live stock begins to fall in price. Good draught horses are still in demand; labourers are for the most part regularly employed, and receive from 1s. 4d. to 1s. 6d. or 2s. per day of ten hours. Oatmeal from Ild. to Is. per peck.

14th May 1821.

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Average Prices of Corn in Scotland for the Four Weeks preceding April 15. Wheat, 53s. 1d.-Rye, 34s. 10d.-Barley, 25s. 8d.-Oats, 20s. 11d.-Beans, 30s. 10d.-Pease, 30s. 9d. Oatmeal, per boll, 16s. Od.-Bear or Big, 23s. Od. 3 Q

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Course of Exchange, London, May 11.-Amsterdam, 12: 14. Ditto, at sight, 12: 11. Rotterdam, 12: 15. Antwerp, 12: 10. Hamburgh, 38 : 7. Altona, 38 8. Paris, 3 days sight, 25: 80. Bourdeaux, 26 : 15. Frankfort on the Maine, 157. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Gibraltar, 304. Leghorn, 463. Genoa, 43. Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 501. Rio Janeiro, 484. Dublin, 94 per cent. Cork, 8 per cent.

Prices of Bullion per oz.-Foreign gold in bars, 1.3: 17: 10. New dollars, L. 0 4 10. Silver in bars, standard, L. 0: 4: 11.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey, 12s. Od.-Cork or Dublin, 12s. 8d.-Belfast, 12s. 8d.-Hamburgh, 12s. 8d.-Madeira, 15s. 9d.-Jamaica, 30s.-Greenland out and home, 3 gs. to 5 gs.

Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from April 18 to May 9, 1821.

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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced between the 20th

March and 20th April 1821;

Allsop, T. late of Gloucester, linen draper
Ashcroft, T. Liverpool, timber merchant
Atkins, W. Chipping Norton, mealman

extracted from the London Gazette.

Ayton, J. and Saunders, W. Newcastle-uponTyne, merchants

Ayton, W. Macclesfield, cotton-spinner

Bagley, G. Pocklington, spirit-merchaut
Ball, C. Post Ford Hill, Surrey, paper-maker
Benzios, A. St Martin's-lane, baker

Berrinan, W. Lyneham, Wilts, timber-merchant
Bigsby, J. Deptford, brewer

Bishop, J. Broad-street, Bloomsbury, horse-dealer
Blackband, J. Burslem, Stafford, grocer
Bonner, T. Monkwearmouth, fitter
Brandon, W. Kent-street, Borough, builder
Bristow, R. jun. in Lloyd's Coffee-house, and Iver,
Bucks, insurance broker

Brown, T. Longdon, Stafford, grocer
Buckhouse, G. Kendal, ironmonger

Buckland, J. Newcastle-street, Strand, carpenter
Burbery, J. Coventry, ribbon-manufacturer
Burberry, T. Woolston, Warwick, farrier
Carter, J. jun. Liverpool, merchant

Chinn, T. Maidstone, linen-draper

Clarke, J. Worcester, coach-proprietor

Clements, R. Coventry, ribbon-manufacturer

Cape, W. London Bridge Foot, grocer

Carter, J. jun. late of Liverpool, merchant
Cole, J. Linnington, Yorkshire, farmer

Cope, C. Berkeley Mews, Portman-square, job

master

Cope, P. Bridgnorth, grocer

Cox, H. Lambeth, timber-merchant

Coulson, J. and Leadbitter, E. Gateshead, glassmanufacturers

Coupland, C. R. F. and E., Leeds, spirit-merchants and cotton-spinners

Croft, T. late of Chatham, hair-dresser
Cushon, F. Spitalfields, hat-manufacturer

Dewsbury, P. Altringham, Chester, corn-dealer Dignam, J. Warnford-street, Throgmorton-street, coal-merchant and scrivener

Dunderdale, G. and R. Leeds, clothiers

Edwards, J. Vinc-street, Spitalfields, silkman
Ellis, W. Liverpool, white cooper
Farquharson, T. Swansea, merchant
Field, T. St John's-street, inn-keeper

Ford, J. Gloucester, patent woollen yarn manufacturer

Garton, J. Hull, lighterman

Greaves, J. jun. Liverpool, broker

Gooch, A. Norwich, bombazine-maker

Gregory, G. B. Lisson Grove, merchant
Grundon, W. New Malton, merchant

Gunnery, T. Liverpool, dealer

Harding, J. Great Winchester-street, jeweller
Hart, J. Bath, saddler

Haynes, W. Stourbridge, currier

Hellman, A. late of Mincing-lane, merchant Hessledon, W. and W. S. Barton-upon-Humber,

scriveners

Hinchcliffe, J. now or late of Bradley, Huddersfield, wood merchant and lime dealer

Holding, W. Devonshire-street, Queen's-square, wine-merchant

Hoyle, R. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant
Jackson, A. Bristol, corn factor

Jeffs, F. Coventry, shop-keeper

Jerom, S. Birmingham, victualler

Johnson, J. Leamington, Warwick, druggist
Jones, T. Sedgley, iron-master

Jones, T. P. Carmarthen, linen-draper
Kennifeck, P. late of Tonbridge-place, New Road,

now of Calais in France, merchant Kinnifeck, W. Throgmorton-street, stock-broker Lea, W. and Lea, J. F. of Paternoster-row, ribbon and silk manufacturers

Maberley, J. Welbeck-street, coach-manufacturer
Macdonagh, T. Chesterfield, wine-merchant
Macleod, J. Cornhill, boot-maker
Mann, T. Halifax, merchant

Marshall, J. Gainsborough, druggist
Mason, J. Liverpool, linen-draper
Massey, T. Derby, mercer

Masters, J. Upper Berkeley-street, Portman

square, coach-maker

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