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Johnstone, J. manufacturer at Newabbey: lies
with John Brown of Netherwood, and David Arthur, J. late vintner, now builder, Glasgow ; a Armstrong, writer, Dumfries, for one month, final dividend 8th Nov.
from 28th September; a dividend of 2s. 6d. per Bogle, W. & Co. merchants in Glasgow; a final pound dividend 17th October
M'Brair, w. late merchant in Dumfries; a diviCampbell, R. & Co. merchants, Glasgow; a di- dend 10th November vidend
Macindoe, C. merchant in Glasgow ; a first and Clark, D. manufacturer at Achaleek, near Camp- final dividend on 230 October beltown; a dividend 13th October
D. & M. merchants, Glasgow ; a final diChristie, J. P. tobacconist, Edinburgh; a dividend vidend 18th October 7th November
Martin, E. paper-manufacturer at Millbank, near Fyfe, C. & Co. merchants, Aberdeen; a dividend Ayton, county of Berwick; a final dividend ist 230 October
November Gillan, J. merchant, mill-wright, and brass-foun- Reith, J. & Co. grocers, Dundee; a final dividend
der, Peterhead; a final dividend 25th October of 2d. per pound, 3d October Gillespie, T. Ferguson & Co. merchants, Green- Stewart, J. drover and dealer in cattle, late at ock; a dividend 13th October
Whitefield; a dividend 7th October Hervey, R. & A. & Co. merchants and agents in Swan, J. tanner in Edinburgh ; a final dividend 2d Glasgow; a final dividend 28th October
...23s. Od. 3d, .......18s. 6d.
Pease & Beans. Ist,...... 22s. Od. 2d, ......20$. 6d. 3d, .......19s. Od.
Tuesday, October 3. Beef (17} oz. per lb.) Os 5d. to Os. 7d. | Quartern Loaf Os. 9d. to Os. 10d. Mutton
Os. 5d. to Os. 78. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 10d. to Os.
Os. 6d. to Os. 9d. Salt ditto, per stone, 16s. Od. to Os.
ls. Od. to Os. Tallow, per stone 8s. Od. to 9s. 6d. | Eggs, per dozen . 0s. Od. to ls.
Beans. Ist,......34s. Od. 1st,...... 24s. 6d. 1st,... ..20s. Od. | 1st,......--. Od. | 1st,......-. Od. 2d, ......31s. Od. | 2d, ......22s. Od. 20, ......18s. Od. 2d,......$. Od. | 2d,....... Od. 3d,......27s. Od. 3d, ..19s. Od. 3d, ......15s. Od. | 3d,......-S. Od. | 3d,......-. Od.
Average of Wheat, £1:11 : 1d. 2-12ths.
per 70 lbs. 111 to 41 Eng. old
36 to 38 Canada
London, Corn Exchange, Oct. 2.
Liverpool, Oct. 3.
8. d. Wheat, Red, new 40 to 50 Hog Pease. 36 to 38
Pease, grey 36 0 to 40 0 Fine ditto 52 to 58 Mapie
39 to 404 Superfine ditto
-White . . 44 0 to 50 O 60 to 63 White pease
8 3 to 8 9
to White, new 45 to 55 New do.
8 4 to 8 101 p.240 lb.fine 10 0 to 41 0 Dantzic
37 0 to 40 0 Fine ditto
to 56 to 60 Small Beans, new 32 to 34 Dutch Red
Ameri. p. 19€ lb. Supertine do. 64 to 671 Old do.
40 to 42 Riga. Old do.
Sweet, U.S. 27 0 to 31 0 65 to 78 Tick do, new 26 to 30 Archangel
7 9 to 8 2 Do. in bond 24 0 to 95 O Foreign to - Old do.
Sour do. 7 9 to 8 6
26 0 to 28 0 Brank, new 28 to 31 Foreign Rye 28 to 3. Feed Oats 17 to 21
ñ 2 to 7 10 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Irish,
English 26 O to 99 0 Barley 24 to 3 Fine do. 22 to 23 Barley, per 66 lbs.
Scotch 22 0 to 25 0 e new . 27 to 99 Poland do. . 19 to 92 Eng grind. 4 0 to 4 6
22 0 to 25 0 erfine. 30 to - Fine do.
23 to 25 - Malting . to 45 to 55 Potato do. 21 to 23
Scotch . 3 10 to 4 3 Bran,p. 24lbs. 1 2 to 14 Fine do. 58 to 60 Fine do... 24 to 27
Irish • 3 9 to 4 0 Butter, Beef, gc.
Butter, per cwt. s.
Eng. pota. . 3 0 to 3 2 Belfast new 78 to 79
Irish do. • 2 9 to 3 o Newry 77 to 78 Must. Brown, 12 to 15 Hempseed 48 to 56 Scotch do. . 3 0 to 32 Waterford 71 to 72 -White 11 to 15 Linseed crush. 56 to 63 Rye, per qr. 38 0 to 10 o Cork, pick. 2d, 7 to 73 Tares. 8 to 9 New for. Seed 70 to 76 Malt per b.
62 to 64 Turnip, White 17 to 20 Ribgrass ... 18 to 44
9 6 to 10 0 Reef, p. tierce 110 to 120 -New ..
0 to 0 Clover, Red . 42 to 74 - Middling 7 6 to 8 0 Tongui.p. firk. 75 to so -Yellow 20 to 21 - White . 50 to 106 Beans. pr qr.
Pork, p. bar. 70 to 80 Caraway, new 60 to 65 Coriander 16 to 20 English 42 0 to 44 0 Bacon, p. cwt. Canary, new , 81 to 88 Trefoil, 30 to 72 Irish. 40 0 to 42 0-Short middles 57 to 5R New Rapeseed, L38 to £40.
Rapeseed, p. 1. £35 to £36 Hams, dry 55 to 58
Average Prices of Corn of England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week
ended 23d Sept. 1820. Whcal, 65s. 110.-Rye, 115. 11d.--Barley, 538. 60.-Oats, 23s. 70. -Beans, 44s. 1d. - Pease, 123. 9d.
Oatmeal, 265, 5d.-Beer or Big, 0s. Od.
Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, y 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 Sept. 1820. Wheat, 685. 8d.-Rye, 128. 4d.-Barley, 328. 9d. „Oats, 26s. 3d.-Beans, 398. 8d.Pease, 40s. 22.
Oatmeal, 21s. 5d.-Beer or Big, 279. 8d.
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. The register for the month of September presents a great variety of temperature. During the first fortnight, the weather was warmer than usual for the season, the thermometer frequently approaching 70 during the day, and on several nights not sinking lower than 55. 'After the 14th, a considerable depression took place, the temperature during the day being sometimes only a few degrees above 50, and during the night several de grees below 10. It will be seen from the abstract, that the maximum on the 12th was 73, and on the 18th only 51, a difference of 22 degrees in less than a week. The average of the month is about a degree and a half below that of September last year, and the temperature of spring water is two degrees and a half lower. The mean height of the barometer is almost exactly the same as in 1819, and the quantity of rain is half an inch less. There is also a very striking coincidence between the two seasons in the state of the hygrometer, the difference being only half a degree of Leslie's on the millesimal scale. We have frequently had occasion to notice, how nearly the mean temperature at 10, morning and evening, corresponds with the mean of the highest and lowest during the day and night; but in no year since the commencement of our meteorological observations, has that coincidence been so close as during the present season.
Since the month of April the difference has never exceeded a small fraction of a degree, and during all these months, the mean of the maximum and minimum, when it did differ from the mean of 10, morning and evening, has been the lower of the two. For a number of years preceding the present, the excess was generally on the other side. The difference last month is precisely the same side, as in September 1819.
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept on the banks of the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 566 25', Elevation 185 feet.
THERMOMETER. Degrees Mean of greatest daily heat,
36.0 ... temperature, 10 A.M. 55.1 Lowest maxiinum, 18th,
51.0 10 P.M. 50.3 Highest minimum,
57.5 ...of daily extremes,
52.5 Highest, 10 A.M.
67.0 ....10 A.M. and 10 P.M.
52.7 Lowest ditto
27th, .4 daily observations,
52.6 | Highest, 10 P.M.
60.0 Whole range of thermometer,
106,0 Lowest ditto
40.0 Mean daily ditto, 13.5 Greatest range in 24 hours, 5th,
19.5 me temperature of spring water,
54.4 Least ditto,
Inches. Mean of 10 A.M. (temp. of mer. 59.) 29.759 Highest 10 A.M.
30.125 *** 10 P.M. (temp. of mer. 59.) 29.773 Lowest ditto,
29.100 both, (temp. of mer. 59.) 29.766 Highest 10 P.M.
30.160 Whole range of barometer, 6.275 Lowest ditto,
29.185 Mean ditto, during the day, .097 Greatest range in 24 hours, 19th,
.000 ***** .... in 24 hours,
HYGROMETER. Degrees. HYGROMETER. Degrees. Leslie. Highest, 10 A. M. 26th,
35.0 Rain in inches,
7.0 Exaporation in ditto,
22.0 Mean daily Evaporation, .066 .......... Lowest ditto, 13th,
6.0 Leslie. Mlean, lo A. M.
Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. 11th, 60.0 10 P. M. 12.1
Lowest ditto, 26th, 22.0 .... both
....... Highest 10 P.M. 9th, 58.0 Anderson. Point of Dep.
.... Lowest ditto, 25th, 34.0 ******............ 10 P.M.
44.7 ............ Relat.Hum.Highest, 10 A.M. 14th, 93.0 both, 44.8
................. Least ditto, 26th, 46.0 Relat. Humid. 10 A.M. 72.8
................. Greatest, 10 P.M. 13th,99.0 ............. 10 P. M. 83.6
..... Least ditto, 25th, 71.0 both,
Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest, 10 A.M. 11th, .335 .............Grs. mois. in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M. .214
........ Least ditto
26th, ,097 10 P.M. ,911
........... Greatest, 10 P.M. 9th, .317 ............... both, .212
.............................. Least ditto, 25th, .141 Fair days, 17; rainy days, 13. Wind west of Meridian, 24; east of meridian, 6.
METEOROLOGICAL Table, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in
the Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afternoon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register
Rain morn. fair day.
M.42 29.512 M.58
Showery. .915 M.60
1.42 Cble. Ditto.
.559 M.561 .910 E. 60 S
E. 51 .559 E.53
Fair foren. .933 E. 60)
hail aftern. .915 M.60
dul), cold. .808 M.60 1
M.362 .108 M.50
E. 19° 28.999 €,51 } W.
. 152 M.51 22
Frost morn. .773 E. 61 showery. E. 16 .575 E.51
warm day. .930 M.69
Rain foren. .940 E. 60 S
fair aftern. .956 M.61 S.W. Ditto.
M.38) .328 M.48
24 .796 E. 60
E. 47 .328 E.52
Fair foren. .896 E. 54 S
rain aftern. .999 M.65 W. Ditto.
.788 M.51) Frost morn. .952 E. 66
.788 E. 50 )
.791 M.48 , 70
.700 E. 48
Rain foren. .756 E. 67
fair aftern. .450 M.64 Rainy foren.
M.38 .886 M.52
Dull foren. .262 E. 58
rain aftern. Average of rain, 1.208 inches.
I M.372 26 UE. 45
IM.37 271 E.44
•888 4.68 }|Cble
dull day. Rain mom fair day.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
Capt. Bruce, Major by purch. vice Burke, 2W.I.R.
Aug. 24 1D. G. Captain Elton, to be Major by purch.
Licut. Garth, from 1 D. Capt. by purch. do. vice Lieut.-Col. Acklon, ret.
62 Paymaster Jellicoe, from h. p. 60 F. Pay
Sept. 7, 1820
master, vice Darley, dead
Sept. 14 do. 65 Lieut. Place, Capt. vice Watkin, dead do. Comet Manning, Lieut. by purch. do.
67 T. Knox, Ens. vice Ansell, 74 F. Aug. 24 Hon. J. Kennedy, from 1 Dr Cor- 73 Assist. Surg. Martin, from h. p. Assist. net
do. 1 D.
Chamberlain, Lieut. by purch, vice 74 Ensign Ansell, from 67 F. Ensign, vice
do. Hon. J. Kennedy, Cornet by purch. do.
79 C.Johnstone, Ensign, vice Wight, dearl do. Sir L. P. Glyn, Bart. Cornet hy purch, 89 Lieul. Buchanan, from h. p. York Rang: vice Kennedy, 1 D.
Lieut, vice Freer, 2 R. V. Bn. 31 3 Cornet Mackenzie, Lieut. by purch. vice 93 Serj. Major Dallas, Qua. Mast. vice CromFinch, ret.
do. W. Moore, Cornet by purch.
do. 1 W.I.R. Lieut. Anderson, from 21 F. Captain, vice 7 Cornet Lyster, Lieut. by purch. vice
Sept. 7 Towers, 21 D.
do. 2 Major Burke, from 37 F. Lieut. Col. vice Thornhill, Comet by purch. do.
Bradley, ret. 8 W. T. Harrison, Cornet by purch. vice 1Cey.R. Lieut. Page, Captain, vice Stace, dead Parker, ret. do.
Sept. 7. 21 Lieut. Towers, from 7 D. Capt, by purch.
July 29 22 Cotton, Captain by purch. vice
Bt. Lieut. Col. Leake, Lieut. Col. do.
do. Comet Harrison, Lieut. by purch do.
Captain Harrison, from h. p. Captain do. 4F. Bt. Lieut. Col. Anwyll, Major by purch.
Kirby, from h. p. Captain, vice vice Piper, prom.
1st Lieut. Jackson, 2 Captain
July 29 Ensign Hon. M. Arbuthnott, from 74 F.
Burn, from h. p. 1st Lieut. vice Lieut. by purch
2d Lieut. Dalzell, Ist Lieut. July 29 prom.
Gossett, from h. p. 2d Lieut. do. 16 Lieut Bates, Capt. vice Malthy, dead 24
Briscoe, from h. p. 2d Lieut. do. Ensign Grant, Lieut
Beauchamp, from h. p. 2d Lieut. T. Jones, Ensign do.
Aug. 24 21 2d Lieut. Lindsay, 1st Lieut. vice Ander
2d Assist. Surg. Ogilvie, 1st Assist. Surg, son, 1 W.I.R.
vice Eddowes, h. p. J. P. Bute, 2d Lieut.
Sept. 1 do.
Nugent, from h. p. 2d Asst. 28 - Wheatley, Ensign, vice Homan, su
do. 30 Bi. Lieut. Col. Vigoureux, Lieut. Col. vice
Assist. Surg. Palmer, from h. p. Royal York Rang:
do. Bt. Major Murray, Major
Assist. Surg. Forces
Jupe 25 do. Lieut. Jones, Captain
do. Brev. Col. Burrows, from 14 F. with Brev. Col. G. Mansel, Ensign
do. M'Combe, 64 F.
Lieut. Col. Seymour, from 3 F. G. with Lieut. Col. Ensign Carige, from 66 F. with Ensign Cook, h.p. Sir H. W. Carr, K.C.B. h. p. 71 F.
3 Gar. Bn. - Daniell, from 54 F with Lieut. Col. Cal- Hosp. Assist. Haltridge, from full pay, with Hosp. vert, h. p. 72 F.
Assist. Blair, h. p.
Resignations and Retirements.
Lieut. Col. Acklom, 1 D. G.
Bradley, 2 W. I. R. Bt. Major Agnew, from 8 F. with Capt. De Havi
Capt. Goldrisk, 21 D. land, h. p. Malta Regt.
Gregorie, 22 D. Capt. Terry, from 83 F. with Capt. Sanderson,
Brereton, as Adj. Camb. Mil.
Lieut. Finch, 3 D. h.
P 103 F.
Cornet Parker, 8 D.
Assist. Com. Gen). Dallas. Reid, from 12 F. with Capt. Browne, 69 F.
Superseded. Thorpe, from 39 F. rec. dift. with
Captain Ensign Homan, 28 F. Hawks, h. p. 8 F.
Deaths. Waldie, from 18 D. rec. dift. with Lieut. Major Gen. Victor, Baron Alten, late Germ. Leg. Doyne, h. p. 29 F.
Aug. 20 Drury, from 3 D. G. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Sir Wm. Nicholson, Bt. late of 72 F. Hughes, h. p.21 D.
Col. Vaumorel, 30 é. Teddington, Middlesex Hon. H. Lascelles, fm. Gr Gds. rec. diff.
Aug. 29 with Lixut. Douglas, h. p.
Lieut. Col. Boland, Inspec. Field Officer at Bristol Hudson, from 39 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Sept. 20 Rhodes, h. p.
Prior, h. p. Port Ser.
June 11 Coehrane, from 47 F. with Lieut. Fraser,
Major Watkin, 65 F. Kentish Town
Aug. 31 51 F.
Don. Mackenzie, h. p. R. Afric. Corps, Urtenhage, Bunney, from 48 F. with Lieut. Russel,
Cape of Good Hope
May 30 86 F.
Capt. Gordon, h. p. 5 D. G. Geneva July 20 Hon. W. S. Lascelles, fm. Gr. G. rec. diff.
Mayers, 1 W. 1. R. Barbadoes
do. 21 with Lieut. Vernon, h.
Stace, 1 Ceylon Regt. in Essex
Aug. 11 Cochrane, from 3 F. G. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Lindemann, h. p. Foreign Wag. Train June 14 Turner, h. P
Lieut. Lecky, 67 F. Bombay.
April 23 Spencer, from 73 F. with Lieut. Godfrey,
Keen, late 7 Vet. Bn. Wandsworth July 14 b. p.
F. Austin, h. p. 2d Prov. Bn. of Mil. Sept. 1 Chapman, from 89 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. J. Fallon, h. p. 103 F. in Ireland Aug. 8 Twigg, h. p. Rifle Brig.
Ensign Wight, 79 F.
- Babington, 3 W. 1. R. Tobago Beckham, h. p. 43 F.
Mackenzie, 8 Vet. Bn. Dundee
Aug. 28 Macdougall, from 91 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Adjutant Pye, Oxford Militia
July 24 Evans, h. p. 39 F.
Quar. Mast. Hennesey, 67 F. Bombay
Apríl 19 Cornet Clageit, from 8 D. with Cornet Whitmore,
Dept. Ass. Com. Gen. Fleming, Montréal, Canada 19 D.
Burnett - Richardson, from 6 D. with Ensign Heigh
Erratum in last month's list. ham, 6 F.
For Lieut. Col. Tulloh, R. Art. deadEnsign Vyvyan, from 20 F. with Ensign M‘Der- Read Lieut. Col. Tulloh, R. Art. placed upon mott, 52 f.
James Vashon Baker
M. B. Jones
James L. Marchant
G. R. Taylor
Jas. V. Baker
Owen Glendower S. L. H. Vassall
Roy. George Yacht E. H. Scott
10. At Hampstead, Mrs Spottiswoode, a daughBIRTHS.
- Mrs Christie, 34, Castle-street, Edinburgh, a
Mrs William Henry Murray, Thistle-court,
29. At Bighouse, the lady of Major Mackay, a - At Flemington, the lady of A. Fraser, Esq. son.
Fort-Major, Fort George, a son. Sept. 2. At Pencaitland Manse, Mrs Makellar, a 12. At Newhaven, Leith, Mrs James Cookson, daughter.
wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Cookson of the soth - At Rockville, East Lothian, the lady of Sir regiment. a daughter. Thomas Troubridge, Bart. a daughter.
- Mrs Smith, 13, Hope-street, Edinburgh, a At Kilbryde Castle, Lady Campbell, a son. daughter. 3. At Maidstone, the lady of Captain Cooke, late 13. At.Balgownie Cottage, the lady of Lieut. of the 94th regiment, a son.
Colonel D. Forbes, a son. 6. Mrs William Scott, 43, Northumberland- - At No 8, Elder-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Dr street, Edinburgh, a son.
Saunders, a son. - Mrs Thomson, No 20, Dundas-street, Edin- - At Glasgow, the lady of Captain Stewart, of burgh, a son.
the Rifle Brigade, a son. Át Kirkaldy, Mrs J. L. Cooper, a daughter. - At Balnamoon, Mrs Carnegy, a son. 8. Mrs Espinasse, 42, Hanover-street, Edin- 15. At Campbelton, the lady of Captain Hugh burgh, a son.
Stevenson, a daughter. 9. At Bath, the Right Hon. Lady Elizabeth Ba- - Mrs Hopkirk, Northumberland-street, Edinker, a son.
burgh, a daughter.