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British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - March 21, 1824, London, Middlesex accori mi to bfl d*|i*ereiln Londod^�r in Dublin, to tMcaie i � before thegfA ^fC^�^>,^,; ,^ :� . :?.a
fflM Vmafyictam, upon which ihe dutiM . ahatfl Mf^'lteen paid* � provided th^ B^oie'iKaf be in -qi^iititi^/^.-ili^ri^ 500 lbs. Wright, and in !^ BMBis^iAWB Jai^y, ilMl piMwMpd that all raw apd -tfarown MarclLitoitoot^-aiid that all. KUlt Maanfeetui^s, thle^Manje jMi^g .. lie If, mjti^ and�vboll;.Af.silk, t>e depdiitad in�acb Wf-^-^'^'' onprhetotfi ^ 5tn April-next, lo >ordbr lb ena5te-4l parties to javaii th(�awMnn Of the returotof stbit dQtiH-Jii and thruwQ Silk, and of ihe payisleiit-of bottntte�Mid>^dwfi|li[^ on SillL Maaafact|ires,4ntceafonDity with the skid Resoltbdons. By order of D]y,n8�. the^ro^hkioa on Bthe Importation of Silk M^ofaotnrea ^-"^^ ceaieai^ determine, and that the following duties shall be in lieu thereof i that is to say- On Silk, fron� and after the SSth day of March, I8SS, tIz^od |taw, or Knobs, or Husksof 8ilk, or Waste of Fi<^dUk,lh h%aBe in. (Great Britain, �ad.ininu^ly examined by ctonpetent Jndget.' H. .....fl i "J-i-- POUNDS, at such t^flij^^ as Wbicb will have returned 0 - for a Whole Ticket - �W 0 0--for a Half....... 10 10 6 - - foraOnwter- 550 6--for an Eighth---- 2 13 0- 0 - - for a Sixteenth----- J. � � - - on or be: Cost only 0 - - 6 0-- 1S16 0 - - 6 3 1 I8 6 �> 6 15.15 to be cap-regiment. ^ntaui of '.anjr.brevet of a com'> tncn their Tickets and . . Return for eatdf as aboVe. Being only 6,000 Tiekets, gives every one ttie greatest and cheapest. Chance of oiftainiis the Prixe of �9S)iJSob that was ever J^nown.-For these Grand Improvements the Contractors solicit the Patronage of the Public atS7,Comhill; 11, Hilborn; and 38, Haymarket.-J. and J. SI VEWBIGHT, Contractors. PARALYTIC AFF^TIONS, &c. 4�. PERSONS labouring under Indisposition from PARALYTIC, AFFECTIONS, and desirous of obtaining a Cure, are most respectfully informed that a sovereign REMEDY is offered,'v^biuieffects a perfect recovery in the above distressing AflMctions, iwlvtte a foir trial is made. Recent Cases are restored in a few days to' their Speech, Faculties, and perfect Use of the^Limbs, and a future Attack prevented. Casesorlong standing require longer time, although the Cure is equally cortain. Persons affected as above are earnestly cautioned afgdn^ Bleeding or Cupping; because, in niaUy instances, it reduces the patient to such a state of Weakness and Debility, as to render the Cure still more difficult, and also subjects him to a reuipMe. Further Particulars may b^ known, and References had, by applying to Messrs. Thompson and Co. Snrgeons, at the Medical Eitoblishment for the Cure of the Gout aud Rhemn^ism, 291, Stiand, London, where the folloning Cases are also attended to with success Hitherto Unequalled viz. White Swelling, Contractions,'and all Diseases incident to the Joints, Sec.; also Cancers, Tumours, Abscesses, Fistulas, Glandular Swellings, Ruptures, &c. particularly the Hernia Scrot^is, which is reduced in a few ifaysi tvi&ottt operation, aiid a permanent cure effected In the most obstinate and confirmed cases. Also, Infiammatory Swel-liiSES,ai)dlBoresofevery denomination, and other difficult cases of aargery and Physic, too tedious to enuaierater J^. B. lovalidsfivm the Country niay be accommodated with Board and Lodging while under cure. Letters (Post Paid) duly attead�ltQ...Apncf (pratisftilklO^theMomiug.-.'> ^ . s nM�N(SERSio Ml Pfirts^f the Glohe.-^ippers of ...i JP^, enibvMtodle32d'regiment. - Brevet oiptdD'�BdUevM�iUit James Donaldson,.tq bp oatotaia (rf a obn|>anr, vice RdlAnson.; reihoved to the,!32d rqpment, and bvetec capmn and Beutenmt ThoipaasReyiiolds, to oe captidn of a company, and remoived to the 3i2d r^nment . , V BMvet captions aSadlieutiendntsW. P. Cdok� and JobotVylor, io beeaptainilof companies, Vice Wymer and Oiegory, removed. totheSlstreglmeiife -5' � , H ^..,,.,-'-�-, �> i-r.c i StH'KKinrterr. - ' , . a Btereta^o^4UBdi(Mtd|^#/^^ be mi^W laii^wttii^tllM �id^lieklte&^ ^|jb4Miiis%h�as�^|i��iiHibd< Beeret diptaiii�iUM^1iMen^ra^^heia|w)pnfcidier to be captain pi a company, rice ShaiWell, rediibved^tiite'33d regiment. ..,'.S7tb s*'-. Breretcaprtbdnand Uenteoant F*�o,<�.C9.WPWyf, Vicp^^rwi I . &rcv^t bnptam l^t^tenaot abetinpa^y, rfcc Hmr,'^Femovedl., &ij�arakndHed^enant- rice Oajnthaa, maored td t\ie 33d regiment^ and A. .Stoiwbam, to he dudor^ for theiug-ai^taUon,andreaioved^i|q^34^r�fi^ ' .. ' B^vet captains andfieuteniuitt-^aines Wtee. James Frostard, and William Martip, to be captains of eothpani^, vice Swipton and'Stdreham, promoted^ and Sktae, remoVed to the 33d rcsi--mtot. � abta nsopi^. > , Captain John Pester to be ^orj vi^e Biggins promoted <; aO^S. ii. Tod to be to^ri fhr'^K afl^i^^q, and Removed ^^Bt^c^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fl^^^e 32dregiment; brevet-^ea^iidnaad.lieateaaatGeorge Moore, to be captain of a company, vice Bell removed to the 34th regiment. ' MBOrCAI. departvbsit. Assistant-Surgeons David Lewis, James Grierson, Richard Heaslop, and Archibald Cooke, to be surgeons for the augmentation. The promotion and transfers to the new regiment, leaving the lieutenants very unequally distributed in the old corps, tue following removals are made in consequence to equalize tlte regiments in that rank:- 'Lieutenant A. B. Armstrong from the27th to the lOlb regi-inent, next below C. Douglas. I^eotebadt Win. Wiiitakerfrom the 25th to the 30th regi-inent, next below C. Khifock. Lieotenant Mill s Dorm y from the 11th to the 10th r^meht, next below A. B. Aruistrong. Lieutenant R. W. Beatson from the 11th to the 7th, next below W. M. Stort. Lieutenant Charles Farmer from the 22d to the 9th regiment, next below G- Gordon. lieotenant Wm. Hickey from the 16th to the Ist, next below H. Poretoo. Lieutenant Hon. W. Stapleton from th^ 8th to the 28th regiment K. I. next iMslow J. Dade. UeutsnSnt R. W. Halhead from the 16th to the I4th do. next below W. Simpson. Lieotehaut J. K. M'Causland from the 16tb to the 9*b next below J. Holmes. Lieutenant Chase Bracken from the 19th to the 23d next below, J. Jones. Lieutenant W. Mackintosh from the 19th to the 2d next below G. Temple. Lieatenant J. R. Talbot from the 25tb to the 30th dextbelow W. Wbitaker. Lieutenant Charles Guthrie from the 26th to the 23d nlext below Bracken. Lieutenant Alban T. Davis from the 22d to the 29th next^fadow �. M. Orr. Lieutenknt B. W. Ebhart from the 27th to the 7th do. next helof R. W dow R. W. HaUtoid. IJentenahi^. ^. Wylde from the I7tb to the 10th do. '4i��bdofw J. H. Dbimer. ^ ,|dsutea�nt E,F. Spencer from OeSd tolhe. 16th do. next below J. W. J. Robertson. t&iijiBantU.H.Amandfrom^e 12th to 17th . next >lo�rJ.Hay. ^ ^ The appointments to r^ments of aU ensigns not proino�ed in their respective corps,, preriopaly toUw date cef the�w regi-inents, is cancelled; and the nndenwafioned from the general Ust, are promoted to licatenants, and potted to the corpsspedfied opposite th�ir jiamcs, in order to coaij^ete them. llnsigns to be Lkuienants. - To^what Corps posted. itftdde' IL^lLMargnnre AlfeedLeivis . 1tk;faard Angelo Hi' GasCie Jenkins G. Henley Newhoose R. P. Mackenzie Jos. Corfield laaaft Cooper Hi E. Batteley C. H. Naylor yi./B. Beatson Hu^ Troup Patrick Grant Alex.J. Fraser Samuel Twemlow W. J. Cooper W. J. G. Robe Jos. J. Farrer CoUien Troup * Richd. Somerville James Burney John Barney F. C. Beeves OwenLomer John Blencowe Wm. Y. Torek ler ' Henry Mackintoifh AI^. K. Agnew J. G. 'Gordon John Wyllle R. J. H. Birch F. W. .-Birch John Woudbura John Qutler H. ^B. Smith Altr.Wotl ,Wm. Palmer Andrew Clarke Thos. P. ElUs H.. C. BoUeau Francis Beaty D. Baldeiston G. Chester J;^B. D. Gaban O. W. Span R. Mc Mnndo James Gresham A. L. Dnrie Andrew Charltoa I 90th I�,tb I7th 31st 3d 32d I2th Ist 2d 9th 27th 33d 30th 28th 34th 4th 2Dlh Igth 24th 26th 10th 7th 8th 9th 19th 1st 23d 3d 15th 25th 11th 21st 22d 18th 13th 19th 2ttth 26th 14th 4b r.- A6' dodo do; dodo do do do do ' do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do EiM-(^e�n Regt. 25th 4th Regt. Nat. Inf. do . 1 . do. do. do. do. do. do. Mm Samuel Long E. E. Ludlow . James Maclean B. Bygrove C. H. Cobbe R. Stewart J. Russell J. O. Oldham W. A. Smith E. Cttrt E. J. Betts J. Welchmaa J. T Lowe !(. M. L. Maclean Benj. Scott Wm. Wise Edward RushworCfa, Wm. Struthers J. H. Vanrenen J. W. Colquhoon J. Gibb I3th i7th lltb 16th~ 17th 15th 24th 8th 20th 5th 5th 2d 30th 2l8t 23d 3l8t 29th 32d 6th 7th 33d 34th 18th 14th do do do do do do do At do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do European Regiment 10th Regt. Nat. 20th do I6th do 17th do Inf. The remaining Ensigns in the Army are Posted to Regiments as follows ; the first nine being to fill up all vacancies announced to the present date inclusive-the rest in succession of oiajors and corps;- la to be JtetHjor^ v)ce riESa�'wiai W.PV�eetd1 Josej^n Ciiailes Sage E�JwirdWakefidd . Alexaad^ .^Vilson Thomas'Gsldfi^ ' JohD'AleAiBder Shearer |r>lli�ni Moifray George JQchaid Taibott An. AL lyiinh iCorri Ah. Brown flober Kent I,E.A.Ni|ph!ton David L�s& Richardson George Henij Dalby ^hnPbitt Edwfurdt Cuo^Iedge 1(
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