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Narrative of a Second Visit to Greece, including Facts and Anecdotes connected with the Last Days of Lord Byron, Extracts from the Author's Correspondence with the Provisional Government, Prince Mavrocordato, Lord Charles Murray, Colonel Stanhope, &c. &c. &c. By Edward Blacquiere, Esq. 12s.

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MONTHLY REGISTER.

EDINBURGH.-May 18.

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Wheat, red, old
Red, new
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Superfine ditto
White,
Fine ditto.
Superfine ditto
Rye.
Barley,
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Malt.
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Hog Pease
Maple
Maple, fine

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1st,...32s. Od.
2d,...31s. Od.
3d,...29s. Od.

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

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32s. 6d.
18s. Od.
18s. Od. 2d,
2d,
30s. Od.
16s. Od. 3d,
15s. Od. 3d,
3d,
27s. 6d.
Average of Wheat £1, 14s. 6d. 9-12ths.

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

ended 7th May.

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56 to 60 Scotch..3 6 to
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Brown, new 12 to 16 0- Ditto, fine 41 to 43 0 English
18 to 31 0 Irish
Sanfoin, per qr.12 to 70 0 Rye Grass,
5 to 10 0 Ribgrass,
Turnips, bsh.
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Caraway, cwt. 40 to 48 0 Coriander.
Canary, per qr. 67 to 95 0 Trefoil.
Rape Seed, per last, £25 to £28.

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Mess 95 0 to 97 0 p. barrel 63 0 to 68 0 Pork, p. bl. 80 0 to 82 0 Mess 0-Middl.. 75 0 to 78 0 Bacon, p. cwt.

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51 0 to 56
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Fresh Butter, per lb.
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Course of Exchange, May 11.-Amsterdam, 12: 2. C. F. Ditto at sight, 11: 19. Rotterdam, 12:3. Antwerp, 12:3. Hamburgh, 36:9. Altona, 36: 10. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25: 15. Bourdeaux, 25: 45. Frankfort on the Maine, 1504. Petersburgh, per rble. 9: 3. Us. Berlin, 7:0. Vienna, 9:54. Eff. flo. Trieste, 9:54. Eff. flo. Madrid, 364. Cadiz, 364. Bilboa, 364. Barcelona, 35. Seville, 36. Gibraltar, 31. Leghorn, 49. Genoa, 45. Venice, 27: 0. Malta, 0:0. Naples, 41. Palermo, per oz. 122. Lisbon, 514. Oporto, 514. Buenos Ayres, 434. Rio Janeiro, 464. Bahia, 50. Dublin, 9 per cent. Cork, 94 per cent.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.-Foreign gold, in bars, £3: 17: 104d. per oz. New Doubloons, £3:17: 6d. New Dollars, 4s. 11d. Silver in bars, stand. 5s. 1d.

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INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb.
TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot.
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Christiansand (dut. paid,)
Honduras Mahogany,
St Domingo, ditto,
TAR, American,
Archangel,
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TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand.
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cwt.

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Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak.
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Demerara and Berbice,
West India,
Pernambuco,
Maranham,

COTTONS, Bowed Georg.
Sea Island, fine,

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill.

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N.8.-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.

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5

Attach.

Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

M.25 A. 19

M.32
A. 46

M.36

A. 46

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9

10

11

12

13

14

15

M.36

A.48

M.32

A. 48

M.34 A. 48

M.35

A.51

M.37

A. 50
M.35

A. 50
M.34

A. 45

M.45

A. 50
M.33

A. 10
M.27

A. 37
M.29

A. 50
M.39

A. 50

30.242 M.50 E. .198 A. 51 .198 M.50 29.999 A. 50

W.

.975 M.50 .960 A. 50 .895 M.50 .967 A. 53 .967 M.51 .999 A. 55 30.117 M.54 .117 A. 52 .140 M.55 29.999 A. 55 J .999 M.56

.994 A. 56 .932 M.57 .938 A. 54 .969 M.52 .710 A. 54 .512 M.52 .512 A. 51 .440 M.481 .644 A. 41 .644 M.45 .767 A.44 .460 M.48 .551 A. 52 .564 M.52 .509 A. 52

W.

W.

W.

W.

Morn. frost, day sunsh.

Ditto.

Dull & very cold.

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Ditto.

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sunshine.
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showers rain.
Morn. frost,
showers hail.
Morn. frost,
day dull.
Morn. rain,
day dull.
Dull, flying
showers rain.

Average of rain,

Abrahams, M. Mansell-street, Goodman's-Fields, oil-merchant.

Akers, M. Compton-street, cabinet-maker.

Ash, T. Birmingham, grocer.
Barker, J. Clare-market, potato-dealer.
Baxter, Mary, Cambridge, livery-stable keeper.
Bray, J. London-wall, livery-stable keeper.
Brealy, G. W. Aldersgate-street, linen-draper.
Brown, J. Austin-friars, merchant.

Camelo, M. J. F. Devonshire-street, Queen-square, merchant.

Carter, H. Portsea, druggist.

Cattle, J. A. Green-hammerton, money-scrivener, Challenger, J. Margaret-street, Cavendish-square, pianoforte-maker.

Chilcott, T. Lanternam, Monmouth, tailor. Chittenden, H. Ashford, Kent, house-carpenter. Chubb, W. Bristol, merchant.

Cope, H. Gouch-street, Gray's-inn-lane, builder. Davis, J. Liverpool, ale and porter dealer. Dixon, J. Little Eastcheap, baker.

Dovey, S. and J. Cox, Church-street, Soho, tailors.

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Gough, E. Sedgley, Staffordshire, nail-factor.
Griffiths, J. Liverpool, grocer.

Haldy, J. F. and W. Norcott, Castle-street, Lei-
cester-square, wine-merchants.

Attach. Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

M.42 29.568 M.14)
.818 A. 50
A. 50
M.34 .976 M.491
.999 A. 52
.990 M.49
.99 A. 47

A. 42.

M.30

A. 40

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M.25

A.39

M.37

A. 49 M.12 A. 53 M.38 A. 50 M.31 A. 11 M.30 A. 40 M.31 A. 41 M.35 A. 14 M.37 A. 16 M.37 A. 13 M.38 A. 44 M.37 A. 44

1.685.

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N.

Cble.

Cble.

Cble.

Cble.

Cble.

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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 23d of March, and the 19th of April, 1825; extracted from the London Gazette.

Ditto. Dull, with showersrain.

Ditto.

Foren. suns. aftern. rain. Fair, rather dull, cold. Morn.snow, day fair, cold Fair, but cold, dull. Dull, slight rain foren. Moderate

rain, mild. Dull, but

fair, mild. Foren.h.rain aftern. fair. Thund and light.aft.rain

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Thomson, J. Cheltenham, victualler.

Tomsey, J. Beaumont-street, Marylebone, grocer.

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Truefit, W. Wellington-street, Strand, perfumer.
Tuck, E. G. W. Edmonton, market-gardener.
Turner, B. Basing-lane, wine-merchant.
Wall, R. Brixton, wheelwright.

Ward, J. St Michael's-alley, Cornhill, merchant,
Washer, J. E. Bristol, tiler.

Forsyth, William, upholsterer and cabinet-maker

in Aberdeen.

Grant, Thomas, manufacturer in Glasgow.

Hodge, David, grocer, Muttonhole.
Jamieson, John, merchant in Glasgow.
Lang, William, grocer, grain, and spirit dealer,
Paisley.

ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and 30th April, 1825, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Mowat, James, perfumer and hair-cutter, Nicholson Street, Edinburgh.

Reid and Bryce, spirit-dealers in Glasgow.

DIVIDENDS.

Adam, John, senior, muslin manufacturer and agent in Glasgow; a dividend on 4th May.

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Wigglesworth, G. Halifax, factor.

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Woart, W. Woolwich, baker.

Lt. Proctor, Adj. of R. Mil. Coll. rank
of Capt.
17 Mar. 1825.
G. T. Bulkeley, Co., and Sub-Lt. by
5 Feb.
purch. vice Dutton, ret.
Lt. Burrowes, Capt. by purch. vice
17 do.
Ridout, ret.
do.
Cor. and Sub-Lt. Dallas, Lt.
R. H. Beaumont, Cor. and Sub-Lt. do.
Cor. Davies, Lt. by purch. vice Skin-
ner, 9 F.

do.
do.

C. A. D. Tyssen, Cor.

As. Surg. Morrison, from 1 Vet. Bn. As. Surg. vice Lyster, 91 F. 3 Mar. Cor. Somerville, from 4 Dr. Cor. vice 25 Feb. Wyndham, prom. Lt. M'Queen, Capt. by purch. vice 10 Mar. Goff, ret. do.

Cor. C. Phillipps, Lt.

G. H. Lockwood, Cor.

do.

J. Timm, Vet. Surg. vice Bird, dead 17 Feb. C. Villiers, Cor. by purch. vice Somer25 do. ville, 2 Dr. C. H. Nicholson, Cor. by purch. vice 3 Mar. Lord J. Fitz Roy, 63 F. J. P. Seward, Cor. by purch. vice 10 Feb. Ramsbottom, 91 F. 2d Lt. Bagot, from Rifle Brig. (late Page of Honour to his Majesty) 24 do. Ens. and Lt. Ens. and Lt. Hon. W. T. Graves, Lt. and Capt. by purch. vice Beaufoy 10 do. do. Hon. A. Upton, Ens. and Lt. Ens. and Lt. Northey, Adj.vice Beaudo. foy, res.

ret.

Ens. Paget, from 36 F. (late Page of Honour to His Majesty) Ens. and Lt. 24 do. Batt. Surg. Whymper, Surg. Maj. vice do. Simpson, ret. do. Hunter, from h. p. As. Surg. do.

As. Surg. Smith, Surg.

Ens. and Lt. Yorke, Lt. and Capt. by
do.
purch. vice Cumberland, ret.
Ens. Rooke, from 29 F. Ens. and Lt.
do.
Gent. Cadet C. Curtis, from R. Mil.
Coll. Ens. vice Williamson, 73 F.

10 do.
Ens. Fraser, from 38 F. Lt. by purch.
25 do.
vice Stoyte, prom.
do. vice Suter,
10 Mar.

M'Gregor,

dead

R. J. Hill, Ens.

do.

Lt. Head, from 93 F. Capt. 10 Feb.

Air, William, merchant, Coldstream; a dividend
11th June.

Cuthil, the Rev. Alexander, minister in the se-
cond charge of the church of Ayr, and printer
and publisher there; a first dividend on 27th
May.
Forman, George, and Co., merchants in Stirling;
a dividend on 10th May.

M'Kay, Daniel, junior, and Co., spirit-dealers in
Glasgow; a first and final dividend 6th May.
Walker, Alexander, merchant and insurance-bro-
ker in Aberdeen; a final dividend 31st May.

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

March.

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Ens. Hon. F. Cavendish, from 22 F. Lt.

do. do.

-Stirling from 58 F. do. do. Lt. Hart, from h. p. 17 Dr. do. Hart, from 78 F. Capt. 25 Mar. do. Ens. Foley, Lt. Blood, from 68 F. Lt, vice Goodiff, 43 F.

Morritt, from 64 F. Lt. by purch. vice Lord Thynne, 27 F. 24 Feb. Capt. Disney, Maj. by purch. vice Carter, prom. 3 May do. do.

Lt. Higgins, Capt.

10 Mar. do..

Ens. Skynner, from 84 F. Lt. Lt. Skinner, from 1 Dr. Gds. Capt. 17 Feb. by purch. vice Hill, ret. Lt. Broom, Capt. by purch. vice Bt. Maj. Powell, ret. Ens. Hankey, Lt. Lt. Stewart, from h. p. Rifle Brig. Lt 3 do. vice Tinling, 34 F. Ens. Smith, Lt. vice Kirkman, dead 20 Mar. 1824. 10 do. Crawford, dead 21 do 9 Mar. 1825. E. Capadose, Ens. L. Tollemache, do. by purch. vice 17 do. Shelley, Rifle Brig. W. O. Temple, Ens. vice Hull, 48 F. 17 Feb. Ens. Pitts, Lt. by purch. vice Keppel, do. 62 F. do.

J. Taylor, Ens.

Ens. Huie, from h. p. 8 W. I. R. Ens. vice Cavendish, 2 F.

do.

Mar.

Ens, and Acting Adj. Riley, Adj. vice
Child, res. only
Lt. Swyny, Capt. vice Hollis, R. Afri-
can Colonial Corps

do.
do.

do.

R. Budd, do.

Naylor, do. vice

Ens. Lingard Lt.

G. D. Griffith, Ens:

As. Surg. Preston, from 79 F. Surg. 17 Feb. vice Coldstream, h. p. Capt. Geddes, Maj. by purch. vice 24 do. Thomson, ret. Lt. Lord W. Thynne, from 7 F. Capt. G. A. Durnford, Ens. vice Howard, 3 Mar. 73 F.

do.

M. Barr, Ens. by purch. vice Rooke, 3 F. Gds. 24 Feb. 10 do. do.

Lt. Spence, Capt.

Ens. Gennys, Lt.

Lt. Willes, from h. p. 45 F. Lt. Ens. Kingdom, from 94 F. do. R. W. White, Ens.

do. do.

do.

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