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MONTHLY REGISTER.

EDINBURGH.-April 13.

Barley.
1st,...35s. Od:

2d, ...32s. Od.
3d, ...30s. Od.

Oats.
1st,......22s. 6d.
2d,.. .20s. Od.
3d,......18s. Od.
Average £1, 15s. 6d. 4-12ths.

London, Corn Exchange, April 4.

S.

Wheat, red, old -to White pease .
Red, new -to-Ditto, boilers.
Fine ditto 50 to 60 Small Beans,new
Superfine ditto 68 to 72 Ditto, old.
White,
52 to 58 Tick ditto, new
Fine ditto
60 to 68 Ditto, old
Superfine ditto 72 to 76 Feed oats
Rye

34 to 37 Fine ditto

28 to 32 Poland ditto

Barley,
Fine ditto

3.

Barley.

6d.

to Os.

Os. 7d.

to Os.

Os. 8d.

to Os.

Os. 5d. to Os.

6s. Od. to 6s.

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30 to 36 Irish
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44 to 47 Bonded
19 to 23 Barley, per 60

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22 to 24 Eng...

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23 to 26 Irish.
23 to 25 Foreign
25 to 28 Oats, per
29 to 30 Eng.
60 to 65 Irish
56 to 60 Scotch 3 5 to
For.in bond - 0 to
Do. dut. fr.
-to
Rye, per qr.35
Tares, per bsh. 4 to 5 6 Hempseed
3. d. Malt per b. 9
Must. White,
36 to 44 0-Middling 8
9 to 11 0 Linseed, crush.30 to 40 0 Beans, per q.
-Brown, new 11 to 13 0- Ditto, fine
Sanfoin, per qr.60 to 70 0 Rye Grass,
45 to 52 0 English
28 to 45 0 Irish
Turnips, bsh. 10 to 12 0 Ribgrass,
-Red & green10 to 16 0 Clover, red cwt.70 to 86 0
Yellow, 9 to 11 0 White . . . 56 to 74
Caraway, cwt. 36 to 45 0 Coriander 8 to 10
Canary, per qr. 70 to 85 0 Trefoil.
Rape Seed, per last, £29 to £30.

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29s. Od. 3d, 14s. Od.
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HADDINGTON.—April 8.

Oats.
21s. Od. 1st,
17s. Od.

34 to 36 Fine ditto

38 to 13 Potato ditto

52 to 60 Fine ditto.

Seeds, &c.

Tuesday, April 12.

8d.

8d.

10d.

7d.

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

ended 2d April.

Wheat, 69s. 1d.-Barley, 38s. 11d.-Oats, 24s. 8d.-Rye, 39s. 7d.-Beans, 37s. 2d.-Pease, 39s. 9d.

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40 0 to 42
Pease,grey 36 0 to 40
38 to 09 0 Rapeseed, p.l. nominal.
0-White. 54 0 to 56
Flour, English,
20 to 22 0 p.240lb.fine 48 0 to 52
Irish, 2ds
46 0 to 51
Weekly Price of Stocks, from 1st to 22d March, 1825.
1st.
15th.

8th.

Pease & Beans.
1st,......21s. Od.
2d,......19s. Od.
3d,.....17s. Od.

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31 0 to 34 0

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30 0 to 33 0 26 0 to 30 0 6 Bran, p.24lb. 0 9 to 0 11 Butter, Beef, &c. Butter,p.cwt. s. d. 9 Belfast,

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1040 to 105 0 . 97 0 to 98 0 9 Waterford 95 0 to 95 0

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the

Observatory, Calton-hill.

Feb. 1

2

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 Thermometer.

February.

3

1

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

Mar. 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

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Cble.

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Cble.

.522 M.38

Cble.

.815 A. 38

.920 M.38 .925 A. 38

Cble.

S.

.656 M.39 .319 A. 40 .275 M.39 .641 A. 39

SW.

Cble.

Cble.

.818 M.40 .561 A. 35 .776 M.49 .771 A. 57 .841 M.50 .840 A. 59 .755 M.17 .690 A. 47 S

SW.

SW.

902 M.47 SW

SW.

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.887 A. 47 .809 M.46 .809 A. 41 .856 M.41 .856 A. 39 .910 M.361 .994 A. 35 .999 M.36 .999 A.37.

S.

S.

Rain morn. day fair. Sleet and rain.

Keen frost, shrs. snow. Keen frost, sunshine. Keen frost, dull.

Foren. frost, aftern. fresh. Fresh, but dull.

Fresh, with shrs. hail. Morn. frost, day fresh. Dull, but fair.

Fair, with sunshine. Fair, mild, but dull. Fair, but rather dull.

March.

Foren. sleet,
aftern. fair.
Snow & sleet
most of day.
Shwrs. snow,
and hail.
Morn. frost,
day fair.

Ditto.
Sn. on hills,
dull & cold.
Sn. on hills,
dull, mild,
and fair.
Morn. frost,

day cold. Dull, but mild.

Morn. rain, day fair. Morn.sunsh. day dull. Fair, with sunshine. Rain morn. fair day.

Feb. 15

16

Frost with showrs. hail. Morn. frost, day cold. Morn. frost, day dull.

A. 40

M.29

A.42

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A. 53
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Cble.

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Cble.

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Cble.

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Fair, with sunshine. Morn. frost, day sunsh. Dull, with shwrs. rain. Frost, morn. fair, sunshn. Ditto.

Foren. dull, aftern. cold. Frost morn. day sunsh. Fair, mild, but dull.

Morn. frost, S. day sunsh. Morn. frost, SE. day sh. snow. Cold and Cble. dull.

Morn. foggy, day sunsh. Ditto with frost.

Ditto.

Rain, foren. fair aftern. Fair, but dull and cold. Moderate, sn. and sleet. Foren. rain, aftern. fair. Aftern. snow and sleet.

Heavy fog most of day. Morn.foggy, after. sunsh. Morn. frost, day sunsh. Morn.foggy, day sunsh. Morn. frost, day sunsh.

Ditto.

Ditto.

Ditto.

Ditto.

Ditto.

ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 21st January and 21st February, 1825; extracted from the London Gazette.

Anderson, J. Edward-street, Portman-square, teadealer.

Arnold, E. Upper York-street, Bryanstone square, baker.

Ashcroft, J. Liverpool, ironmonger.

Ashton, J. jun. Fenney Bentley, Derby, cheesefactor.

Aspinall, W. Halifax, wine-merchant.

Bales, W. Newinarket, innkeeper.
Barton, J. Tarlton, Lancaster, maltster.
Bath, J. Devonport, grocer.

Beesley, F. Bedwardine, Worcester, glove-manufacturer.

Benelli, J. B. Regent-street, dealer.

Bennett, G. Seymour-place, butcher.
Bertram, M. Philpot-lane, soap-maker.
Birrins, B. Weymouth-mews, St Marylebone, li-
very-stable keeper.

Boswood, J. Silver-street, Falcon-square, victual

ler.

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Dare, U. jun. Waterloo-road, butcher.
Davy, W. Webber-street, carpenter.
Dawson, T. and J. Almonbury, York, clothiers.
Dean, J. Brompton, timber-merchant.
Dickson, G. M. Liverpool, earthenware-dealer.
Drant, J. Kingston-upon-Hull, perfumer.
Draper, T. White-street, Southwark, dealer.
Dyson, J. Huddersfield, clothier.
Eady, S. P. Dean-street, Soho, dealer.
Edwards, J. Rathbone-place, merchant.
Ekins, J. Oxford-street, cheesemonger.
Evans, H. and W. Oxford-street, lacemen.
Farley, T. Hereford place, Commercial-road, ha-
berdasher.

Fawcett, J. and P. White, Miles-lane, bottle

merchant.

Fletcher, J. Pilkington, grocer.
Ford, J. jun. Mortlake, linen-draper.
Forsaith, S. S. Hackney, haberdasher.
Forsyth, C. Carlisle, draper.
Foulkes, J. Cheltenham, haberdasher.
French, T. Cheltenham, grocer.

Fuller, J. and J., and J. Fletcher, Radcliffe. Lancaster, grocers.

Gallerard, and F. Pongerard, Fenchurch-street,

merchants,

Gardiner, J. Paddington, scavenger.
Garside, S. Gisburn, York, cattle-dealer,
Garth, W. Colne, Lancaster, cotton-spinner.
Glover, T. Wardour-street, bricklayer.
Golding, G. Knightsbridge. stable-keeper.
Goodall, W. and J. Birchinall, Titherington, cot-
ton-spinner.

Goodwin, W. Strand, bookseller.

Graham, G. Sunderland, master-mariner.
Greenwood, J. Birstall, York, joiner.

" Gregory, S. and J. Bowden, Manchester, mer.

chants.

Griffiths, J. Hollywell, coal-merchant.
Grimwood, J. Huxton, carpenter.

Grocock, S. Gray's-iun-lane-road, oil and colour

man.

Hall, R. jun. Poulton in the Fylde, Lancaster, liquor-merchant.

Harding, T. and Son, and R. Harding, Bristol, brush-makers.

Harmer, J. Great Surrey-street, stove-mcnufae

turer.

Hart, J. Gloucester, woollen-draper.
Harvey, W. Highgate, victualler.
Hawes, R. B. Howley-street, Walworth, carpenter.
Hay, W. Rosemary-lane, victualler.
Henderson, J. Shap, Westmoreland, corn-dealer.
Herbert, B. Cheltenham, silk-mercer.
Hippon, W. Dewsbury, woollen-inanufacturer.
Hirst, J. Huddersfield, cloth-merchant.
Howe, R. Haymarket, job-master.
Howell, J. Cheltenham, plumber and glazier.
Hughes, T. Speldhurst-street, draper.
Hurndall, J. Bristol, haberdasher.

Jackson, J. Dover, tailor.

Jay, R. Kilburn, carpenter.

Jones, E. Newington-causeway, linen draper.
Keene, S. sen. Long Ditton, coal-merchant.
King, T. Oxford, grocer.

Kingham, J. Croyden, linen-draper.
Knight, J. P. Fulham, hop-merchant.

Lasoux, T. T. De, Canterbury, cider-merchant.
Lea, W. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, broker.
Leigh, J. Blue Anchor-road, Bermondsey, engi-

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Shuttleworth, C. Birmingham, cabinet-maker.
Simpson, J. sen. and jun. Liverpool, shipwrights.
Singer, N. P. Liverpool, haberdasher.
Smith, G. Southampton-street, Camberwell, gro-

cer.

Smith, W. W. Holborn-hill, silk-mercer.
Smith, G. Watling-street, factor.

Smith, T. G. Sun-street, Bishopsgate-street, haberdasher.

Smyth, H. Piccadilly, hosier,

Sparks, T. and J. Balley, Chandos-street, drapers.
Stafford, S. Manchester, brewer.
Stanley, R. Old Kent-road, linen-draper.
Stead, J. Wakefield, architect.

Stoneham, T. Little Chelsea, brewer.
Storer, J. Mount-street, Grosvenor-square, under-
taker.

Strachan, R. Cheapside, warehouseman.

Stranack, J. Park-place, Mile-end, master-mari

ner.

Sweetapple, J. P. Chisenbury, Wilts, horse-deal

er.

Taylor, C. Salisbury, inu-holder.

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Farquharson, Samuel, ironmonger, lately carrying
on businces at Cupar in Fife.
Inglis and Robb, merchants in Glasgow, and Robb
Inglis, merchants in Demerara.
Jenkins, William, coal-master and spirit-dealer in
Glasgow.

Kyle, James, hardware-merchant in Inverness. M'Gillivray, Robert, upholsterer in Inverness. M'Intosh, James, innkeeper at Broomielaw, Glasgow. Menzies, Thomas, merchant, druggist, and surgeon in Glasgow.

Osborn, George, leather-merchant and boot and shoemaker in Glasgow.

Sanders, Gilbert, wholesale hardware-merchant,
agent, and accountant in Glasgow.
Smith, Andrew, draper, Arbroath.

Speir, John, innkeeper and coach proprietor at
Lugton Bridge Inn, in the county of Ayr.
The Glasgow New Tan Work Company.

Taylor, T. Ashton-under-Line, draper.
Thornhill, W. York-place, New-road, horse-

dealer.

ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st February and the 31st of March 1825, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

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Tooth, E. Hastings, haberdasher.

Turner, O. Chancery-lane, stationer.

Turner, R. Manchester, joiner.

do.

do.

Tudor, D. Newport, Monmouth, ship-builder. Vigor, W. Maidstone, butcher.

Walker, J. jun. Lambeth-walk, oven-builder.
Whitley, J. T. Edmonton, grocer.

Whittenbury, E. W. Leeds, woollen-manufactu

Cor. Stewart, Lieut.

C. B. Pitman, Cor.

T. W. Lloyd, (Rid. Mast.) Cor. with-
out pay,
27 do.
As. Surg. Barry, from 75 F. As. Surg.
vice Tedlie, 98 F.
20 do.
Cor. Lord Brudenell, Lieut. by pur.
13 do.
vice Murphy, ret.
Corporal Miller, from R. Horse Gds.
do.
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APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

M'Rae, Daniel, merchant in Nairn; a first dividend after 16th March.

February.

13

14

15

Millar, James and William, distillers at Craigend, and Spirit dealers in Glasgow; carrying on business under the firm of James Millar; a first and final dividend 17th May. Morrison, Maxwell, William,printer and publisher in Edinburgh; a dividend after 6th April. Neilson, Andrew and Michael, wholesale teadealers in Glasgow; a dividend 16th April. Philips, Lawrence, manufacturer and merchant in Glasgow; a dividend after 29th March. Saunders, James, printer and writer in Dundee ; a dividend in April.

White, Messrs and Company, brewers in Perth ; a dividend on 14th March.

Wilson, Anthony, merchant and ship-owner in Aberdeen; a farther dividend on 25th March. Young, David, wright in Calton of Glasgow; a dividend on 24th March.

1 F.

2

J. E. Alexander, Cor. by purch. vice 20 do. Bigge, ret. J. Kennedy, do. by purch. vice. Gilpin, prom. 30 Dec. 1824. Paym. Leech, from 65 F. Paym. vice Storey, h. p. 62 F. 27 Jan. 1825. Capt. Le Guay, from 1 Vet. Bn. Capt. 16 do. vice Suckling, 90 F. Lieut. Stoyte, Capt. by purch. vice 27 do. Dobbin, ret. Capt. Cash, Major by purch. vice Williams, prom. 26 do.

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Lieut. Clarke, Capt. Ens. Ditmas, Lieut. T. L. Goldie, Ens. Ens. Sweedland, Lieut. vice Munro, 27 do. do. 54 F. 13 do. Lieut. Campbell, from 67 F. Lieut. vice Crawford, h. p. 67 F. 3 Feb. Ens. Hodgson, from 45 F. Lieut. vice O'Brian, dead do. Lieut. Walpole, Capt. by purch. vice Hill, ret. 13 Jan. Ens. Buller, Lieut. do. Hon. G. W. F. Kinnaird, Lieut. do. 2d Lieut. Hon. C. D. Blaney, from Rifle Brig. Lt. by purch. vice Bell, prom. 27 do. Capt. Suckling, from 1 F. Capt. vice Cox, h. p. 13 do. Capt. Hay, Maj. by purch.vice Walsh, 3 Feb. Lieut. Burne, Capt. do. Capt. Franklyn, from h. p. 24 F. Cap. vice Craig, 2 Vet. Bat. As. Surg. Lester, from 7 Dr. Guards, Surg. vice Tilt, h. p. 27 Jan. Capt. Beauclerck, from h. p. Unatt. Capt. vice Hill, 1 Vet. Bat. 13 do. Rifle Brig. P. T. W. Campbell, 2d Lieut. vice do.

ret.

do.

99.

Gascoyne, 54 F. Ens. Shelly, from 15 F. 2d Lieut. by purch. vice Blaney, 89 F. 27 do.

1 W. I. R. W. Russel, Ens. vice Ellis, dead 3 Feb. Lieut. O'Meara, from h. p. Af. Corps, Paym. vice Stopford, dead, 13 Jan.

2

1 R. Vet. Bn. Capt. Hill, from 99 F. Capt. vice Le Guay, 1 F.

do,

2

Craig, from 94 F. vice Macdonell, ret. list, 20 do.

Unattached.

do. do. 28 do.

Lieut. Graham, Capt. Ens. Berens, Lieut. N. H. J. Westby, Ens. As. Surg. Campbell, from h. p. 93 F. As. Surg. 3 Feb. Lieut. Walsh, from h. p. 3 Dr. Gds. Lieut. 19 Dec. 1824. Ens. Moorson, from 69 F. Lieut. by purch. vice Lord Paulet, prom. 12 Feb. 1825. As. Surg. Ferguson, from h. p. 97 F. 27 Jan. As. Surg. vice Scott, res. J. V. Shelley, Ens. vice Beatty, 31 F. 26 do. Serj. Hardy, from 1 F. Gds. Qr. Mast. vice Clare, dead, 13 do. Lieut. Gamble, from 31 F. Capt. vice Byrne, 31 F. 26 do. Serj. Maj. Reilly, (Acting Adj.) rank of Ens. without pay, Capt. Byrne, from 20 F. Capt. 26 do. Ens. Beatty, from 52 F. Lieut. vice Gamble, 20 F. As. Surg. Sheppard, from h. p. 93 F. As. Surg. 27 do. 83 F. 3 Feb.

13 do.

do.

F. Pigott, Ens. vice Hodgson,

11 Jan. do.

Lieut. Woodgate, Capt. Ens. Considine, Lieut. 2d Lieut. Gascoyne, from Rifle Brig. 12 do. Ens. Dalgety, from 70 F. do. 13 do. Gent. Cadet G. Man, from. R. Mill. do. Col. Ens.

do.

Hosp. Assist. Kemlo, As. Surg. vice
Thompson, 4 Dr.
20 do.
Bt. Maj. Schoedde, Maj. by purch.
vice F. Im Thurn, ret.

Lieut. Ellison, Capt.
2d Lieut. Fothergill, 1st Lieut.
G. Mason, 2d Lieut.
Capt. Bates, from h. h. 62 F. Paym.
Leech, 15 Dr.

27 do. Bt. Maj. Baird, Maj. by purch. vice Lascelles, ret. 13 do.

do. do.

do.

do. do.

do.

do.

dead

C. W. James, Ens.
J. Skinnre, Ens. vice Dalgety,

Ordnance Department.

Maj. and Lt. Col. Power, Lt. Col. vice W. Dixon, dead, 26 Dec. 1824. Capt. and Lt. Col. Smith, Maj. do. 2d Capt. and Maj. Greene, Capt. do. 2d Capt. Sweeting, from h. p. 2d Cap. do. do.

Lieut. Lord W. Paulet, from 7 F. Capt. by purch. vice Bt. Maj. Briscoe, R. Art. ret.

12 Feb. 1825.

Royal Artillery.

1st Lt. Forster, 2d Capt.

Glasgow, from h. p. 1st Lt. do. 2d Lt. Mayne. 1st Lt. Gent. Cadet Bingham, 2d Lt.

do. do.

2d Capt. Coles, from h. P.

2d Capt.

vice Johnson, h. p. 1 Jan. 1825. 1st Lieut. Mottley, from h. p. 1st Lt. vice Creagh, dead 3 do. 2d Lieut. Wilford, 1st Lieut. do. Gent. Cadet Walker, 2d Lieut. do. 1st Lieut. Basset, from h. p. 1st Lieut. vice Blake, h. p. 25 do. D'Arley, from h. p. do. vice Miller, h. p. do. 2d Capt. Maxwell, from h. p. 2d Capt. vice Briscoe, ret. 12 Feb. Royal Engineers.

Capt. Dixon, from h. p. Capt. vice
Haldane, dead
12 Jan. 1825.

2d Lieut. Rose, 1st Lieut.

13 do.

1st Lieut. Hall, 2d Capt.
do.
Elliot, from h. p. 1st Lt. do.
do.
1st Lieut. Williams, from h. p. 1st
Lieut. vice Mudge, dead
Medical Department.
Brev. Insp. Burke, Insp. 20 Jan. 1825.
Surg. Collier, Brev. Insp. in Ceylon,
3 Feb.
As. Surg. Sampson, from h. p. 104 F.
As. Surg. vice Hosp. As. M'Der-
mott, Ceylon Reg.
25 Jan.
Hosp. As. O'Donnel, As. Surg. vice
Sibbald, dead,
do.
Hosp. As. Peason, from h. p. Hosp.
As. vice As. Surg. Mitchell, cane.

do.
do.

J. Paterson, Hosp. Assist.

Exchanges.

Lt. Col. de Burgh, from 2 F. with Lt. Col. Williams, h. p. Unatt.

Bt. Lt. Col. Dodgin, from 66 F. with Maj. Patrickson, 99 F.

Capt. Hutton, from 31 F. with Capt. Bray, 88 F. Pasley, from 47 F. with Capt. Pennyeuick, h. p. 78 F.

Silver, from 53 F. with Capt. Conroy, 69 F. Lieut. Allan, from 7 F. with Lieut. Gordiff, 98 F. Wood, from 14 F. with Lt. Tinling, 67 F. Snow, from 47 F. with Lt. Ashe, 65 F. Cor. and Sub-Lt. Capel, from 1 Life Gd3. with Ens. Baring, 5 F.

Ens. Ward, fm. 48 F. with Ens. Mackworth, 63 F. Paym. Dawe, from 31 F. with Paym. Monk, 53 F. As. Surg. Dudgeon, from 86 F. with As. Surg. Fitzpatrick, h. p. 4 Dr.

Resignations and Retirements.

Lieut. Col. Lascelles, 66 F.
Walsh, 91 F.
Major F. Im Thurn, 60 F.
Briscoe, R. Art.
Capt. Lateward, 2 Dr. Gds.
Dobbin, 1 F.
Hill, 88 F.
Lieut. Murphy, 8 Dr.
Cornet Bigge, 13 Dr.
As. Surg. Ferguson, 8 F.

Appointment Cancelled.
Staff Assist. Surg. Mitchell.

Dismissed. Lieut. Atkinson, 49 F.

Officers Wounded in the Expedition under Brigadier General Sir Archibald Campbell, K.C.B. against the Dominions of the King of Ava, between the 16th June and 12th July, 1824.

Capt. Johnson, 13 F. severely and dangerously.
Lieut. Barrett, 13 F. severely-arm amputated.

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