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   British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - March 28, 1824, London, Middlesex                                be, TffB mMmssiomti^ if ms majesty's cvs. TOMS, in purguatuitJ:fOimi^r^^^fP l'^\'^^ ^T'^* "Tft^t the'-foUowini;' Allowances Shall be granted importea aha irareJio^!S|i^H:|0i{i ILmited jienodB, in lieu o/jali .A llowances no�v J " 'DhraW'Slllt'lm. ;.- fiah lenSrorw* ------,---- ,tlwii?|ftffl|�JB!!1v��UcSo^�iiV�iw^ V-.'   ^ V' On raw Hilik imported frimi tbc Brlusii le.tfAm\e� in   ^ I the Eastinilies, and upon silk tbcotvn from raw "Silk ho-imported, the lb. 3 7 " On Foreign thrown wlk irtported, not dyrd, th*- th. On wnste �ilk, the produce of silk thrown in Gwat iJriaiin and Ireland, die II). -     - -     -    039 Bu Ortler of the Commiiwioners, T.WHlTMORli, Acting Secretary. S^VerDditiAa Smpany of iKe ffiks o^fiifgA, or Qtlr^d, t SHi^^'*' onabated cxertWby which �likie .^"[ffifS'iif ^^^'^H* WU-hjAsse.^t       Iwen Boot to the se ire- ...... Pr^V^l^iS'' ^ Britain and 1 relaiid; and may�Iso win a,Bd ;i^e|wd�a)LweU,as.ju. the, Banks^fi^jiglaiidunil Ire- 9f^: me Assents ad(freg(je�Mi>ifie "fesk* ^IflBiigYirt'd ind Iro-^f^raftp�c|jvely, niU be delivered free of poataee; bot/c ire mu�t    laVen that tbcyare out iBtotbe,I^o�t-pffice in auflicifent faithfM dnchaq^of^tlwiraiMiilaot nrtt�trkpo*�d uime.andtBrbw- ^J8el/vror^y^fyp|�.p|h�^. *^     ......   , ,   ' T 1 have j^,|wMpK.to be, ladie ' Y^Or isftflfiii and-obliged bamlile servant, '  New Broad-gtree*, Mardi 24.      J. FEltlir MU�PRATT. '     SkleoftheBaUot;-^-Fur JobitiBetty HuapnUt, Eaq.    . Henry St. George T�c lier, Esq. Sir Robert TownshcudFarqiiiiar i98 Total t,. $ho�l Macclesfield CUSTOM HOUSE, LONDON, 13 MaiichJS'24. The Commisgioneis of HTs Maje�(>'� OiBlOnts ddVrcby ^ve Noliie, that in lonseqiieiice of direciionBfrarothe Lords Commissioners of HisMaj  order of llie C'ommtstgioners, ' . T. WillTMOlll,, Acting Secretary- Copy of Resolution of tlie Hpnourable House ot Commohs, dated the �tb of March, 18^4. 1. Thai from and afu-r the 'iitli of March, 182-1, iIk'several duties and drawbacks on the Importation and Exportation oPdic several soru of Silk hereinafter mejilioiied. Hhall eea^e ant^deltr-minc ; and al�, that from and after the Jkh iia> of July, 18^d. the prdhibitiou on stbe Importation of Silk Mauofartures slinll reaNB and determine, and t bat the followin;; duties shall be paid in lieuthei'eofj tluit is to say- �. 8. d, On Silk, from and after the 23th day of Marrh, 1823, viz. on Kl^', orKnuhs, or Husks of SiU, or Waste of Flo&sSilk,thelb.        .        .        .  �I'   .       0  0  3 On Thrown Silk, not dyed, the lb.       .        .076 On manufActured Silk, from and ufiertlie 5th day of J ul v, 18?6, for every 100/. of (he value thereof^       30  0  0 2. 'I'iiat from and after die 5th dAy of April, 1821, the Bounties on the exportation of Silk Manufacturers sIkiU cea��, and dete^� mi]]a, ittye and eACepi on any of such manutaftures as shall have ^eb duly shipped for exportation or 4tall tiAVe been waruhoustd for that iiuruose, on or before the said 5tb day of April; 1824.     ' � -�;i>, Tliat upon Silk Imported, upon which tiie doMeBihall l^ve tfC^rt paid, and ^ItichiJiall be w^rebuused on or before, anilre> maia>narehmiB^dtinfTla!fter tHe25th day of March, 18^4, there , 4w^^l$M�l9AI�d tbf foUtMvinxaUoHtqiMs, -vin- On Raw Silk imported from any part, except the British Territories in the b^ast Indies, the lb. On Silk Thrown from Ha�v Silk, so imported, the lb. On Haw Silk imported froin the British Territories in the Kait Indies, the lb.        .... On Silk thrown from Raw Silk, so imported, the lb. <0n Foreign Tlirovin Silk imported, noi dved, the Ih. Copy of Resolution of tlie Honunralile' House of Commons, dated llthanjl I2th of March. 1844. � " That one half of the Bounties on yic lixportation of Silk Manufactures, sl^t be nllowed on all such Manufacture^ as, liav- ing bivn warehoused, shall be taken out for home conftimution within 30 dajs after the 5th daj of April, 1821. ^ Jnst Published, in One Volume Quarto, Price il. ^. in Hoards AN E.  Longman and Co., Paternoster Rowj J. Booth, I)nke Street, Portland Place; and K, Hunter, 1% Saint Paul's vtMih. r t illtbe 0 U 0 0 0 3 9 7  t To the PROPRIETORS of EAST INDIA STOCK. Ladies and Gentlemen. rilHE election for mpplying the vacancy caused by the . JL death of your late lamcDted Director, Sir Timmas Read, being over, I taKe the liberty of again preaeutiug mys�U' lo . your notice. , By the end of J one next, two years will have elapsed sioce ^ ttAnrn ftom India, when 1 shall become eligible bv law to a �eat inttbe directiooof yonra^ain: until that period drew near. I abstained from tronblineyouiadividBally wiUi sppltcations, b^t' it is now my intentioojn pay my personal respejCts tijt tyoft, f< tlie pnrbdae of solicUtDK voursop    -   � to die'extensive nature of die canvass. In the address which I had the honour of making to you on the 2d of April, 1823, 1 stated to you the grounds on u ' ventured to entertain hopes of success iuaspirinxio a seat Eaist Indi^ Direction. ^ These hopes were founded on my being actively employ-d more than SW years in the civil service of the Company under the Bengal Government, and of having tovrards the end of that period been selected by the Honouralile Court of Directors to be a Mwnber of the Supreme Council of Bengal. 1 informed \ou that 1 nlled that high and arduous situation from October, l!)! 7, to February, 182ii, au interval conspicuous by the great and important measures which led to the present prosperous stair of iho British doraiuions in India, and 1 expressed a willingness lo hatter myself that the knowledge of your allairs vvhicn I have acquired during this long course of service might, .-iiconliiiij fo (he measure of^my hmnble ability, render me a useful servant bu von in this country. The cncouragei'aent which 1-have already received justifi(!s the expectations which, 1 trust, 1 liave induljed, ot bein^ honoured with your favour and support ; and ihal 1 am not ti�  presumptuous in declaring myself sanguine tliai jour countenance in the general Canvass which lam about to c(mimence, will enable me to present my>elf at the Ballot on th- first V aoaiR-v which may occur after 1 shall have become eii:;i:iU.-. 1 have thi,' honour to be. with the grealesi respect, Indies aii^nn.cvrr^> calculation in Piopiulion, ....., ..v      ... ^....-^----,       . ^..n iimh, .m- Practice, Lxcliange, and Jhiterests In aecounis current, by one j Alaillene, appointed lo Uic i/yui foot, and G. (t. Monro, from half tenth of tlie figures talirn by any treatise on Arithmetic hi'lherto   ----- i^j ^. .  -      i' >......  -......   --^    -        � (UliUisbed. Iris Pupils arc also taught i:urlid's Element, Geography, the.Use of the  IatheiuAtics, without 4  be lietiienant, vice lord W.lWtebuVl,"appointed to the I'Sth foot. tUth ditto, lient.-I. Ovens, from half-MV 27th foot, vice Dar-rbch, appointed to the 2lth foot; and ^^. O. Warren, from half pjiy 3U 4>t. :f;th ditto, lieut. K. S. KJdge, fr>>m the 47lh fotit, to be lieutenant, vice Beauclt-rk, appointed to tlie y9ih foot. Jl)th ditto, licut. S. '1 retiilder, from lulf-pa> dOiIi foot, to be li.-utcnaiit, \ii-e n.unus.appointea to the       fmn. m >lst ditto, rapt. T.^kinne^. from half-pay Ititb foot, lo be captain, \ice >]iaiv. appoiiaed to t e ^dhfooi; and lieutenant T. liecKliam. froin haif-pav Ti'ih foot, vice Flunibe. appoinied to the i'rith foot. lUh ditto, brevet-col. J. H. Dunkin, from the half-pny 34th foot, lo he lieut.-col. vice Hatdinge, appoinied to the S'inli foot. 47th ditto, lieut. K. W>Kvtlin, from iialf-pay 22d foot, to be lieiiienant, vie Ridge, appolnteU lu ih  27th foot.    Ifsih ditio, breveWieut.-col^i. Cimitierc, to be lieulenant-co-lortel, without p'irchase. Hrevet major T. Bell, to be major, vice t i.ijiiiere. Lieuleoiuits J. CulhbertJon, and J, W. Duke, aii J9fli foot. W. Fottoergill, from half-pKy 12th foot, vice Lewis; gentleman cadet W. A. M'Cleverly,fiom the royal mil. col. vice UoUcris. W. Belhgent. vic^ King,audT. J. (iraat,^ent, vice Codil, to be ensigns, without purchuv. �k. lyih ditto, licot J. ScvyMl to be captain, by purcbuse. vice Barlley. * Sithditio, G. P. nawkinWfiom lialf-pay 3d West India regi., vitv Mitchell, appointed to the 97th foot, 57tli|||to, capi. W. W. Lewis, from half-jjay 58th foot, to be captain, vice Chambers, appointed to the 99tb foot. tjOtti diito, eiwign C. Buislcad, from half-pay itoth foot, vice C^Unell. appoiiiieu to the y9th foot, aud-- JSesbitt, gent., viw Andr.-tts, promoted in the 48th foot, to be ensigns wiiliuut purchase. ti7th.ditio, lieuts. D. Campbell, from half-pav 3lth foot, vice B.\NKRUPTCY BNL-AI^GED.  R. Smafley, PontefracI, 'fVoricihir?, ttterfcer, rrom tfie 2/^ last, to the 6th-of April, at the White-Lion Inn, Pontefract. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. W.PhilIrp�,jBri8tol, linen-draper. BANKRUPTS. surrender ^________.........., Great Yarmouth. Solicitors, Mr. ^ranci8,T^ew Boawell-conrt, Loudon; and Mr; Worship,-Great Yarmouth. W. D. Pettingill, Grfeat;Y;armottth, fish-merchant, lo s March 31, April 1, and May 4.     Nelson's Hotel, Gr The Corn-market has v f, < of the preceding one h.iviq^ � ,       z^-  parcels thrown into the rtiarkc: a-r\  T.\orris, BartholomeV^closc^Liindpn, coach-master, April 3, ' UToIa 'l^f'^^.^f ['^fH'' ' �  ' 10; and-May 4, arthe t;oiirt of ComiiriSsJoners, Basin-lulu-itreet  � "'^'^204 sacks of In.sh ditto. Ho .� v, Solieifor, Mr. J'. T. Ck)okney, Sta^ple-lnn.                            "not rery considerable of . ' '�. D. Evans, Gannon-street-road,  Midd! Middlesex^ coal-merchant. '        ^^'^ North arriretl \rit': Mard. 30, Apri.13.aud May-irai the Coiit^ of oiiiu^i^- \ ^S^;^ week, sales being exceedini;iv dnil ;ir ; r. and flour �t the close of tr;e ni.ni.'.L v 4� .'!    ;.   captain, vice PattJsun, appointed to the.9ith fodt. 7;fh ditto, capt. .\. Wilsou, tfom the 2d West India regt., Utbc lapuin, vice � ilsoiu, appoinleV to the 98th footf and ciwiga W. Castle, late of .Meuroa'�rii�t. to be cma^n, vioiKclleit, aupouit-ed to flie ffltJf��ot. ; ;. "�t�bd��hviievt;'-AfL C, Ilalcott, from tli|'< blViDENBS. May 3, T. Gibbons, J. GibbtMi?,' and B. Gi-b.)ns, the younger,. Wolverhamptoti, Iwmkers.^.Vjirit 13, W. Mawiltoii, New City C3iamber o4oo, mercbaut.^-.\pril 20, D. S. Norton, Us-bridge, Middtwox; hrewe^.^Apr^:T{4, C. Ford, Regcnt-atr^at, linen-draper.-April 13', J; Stephens, Stattbnl, Malfoi'dsliire, vfine and-spiritrmerchaiit. A pril J3.1 honwis Carlen, Langbourn Chambers, Feni'hurcli-aireel, coal-fai tor.-April ^i. T. Lean, Ijiverpool, coacli-maker.-April 3, T. .Manser. f}irol|iin-street, ComimTclal-re.Td, Cooper.-.�pril 13, J. Jamison, Little (Juiesen-street, .St. (iiie/.^ jn the Fields, coacti-makei.-Ajii il 13, IL Osborne, New Brentford, Middkset, flshinonger.-April 27, W. .MUchell, TurnivheM-laue, London, sOgar-fac'ior. CERTll ICAlKSAiMui. 13. J. Jeremy, Siirn'v-slreet, Black friars-road, linen-draper-C. Savery, Soiiih lvlltird,'*^I3evn'jshire, lime-'jurner-R. Ei'.ie, liroad-streeti^'iiy of l,ondoi� mercliaut-T. Atkinson, l.irdgaic-hill, cabinet-ma.kjcr-R. T. Drew, Oiclards, lleieiords'.dre, maltster -J. ti, Powsll. Egtiajn, Snrre^, deair^r. ^PAR rMiRsHU'-i DISSOLVED. F. Moorhbuse.nnJ \V. Ellioit,Stock Exiiiange, stock-lirokeis. ~J. Dan sou and C. K. Ilu.xley, Kingston-iipi)i!-I'hames, upholsterers.-R; Hart and \V. Clark, Kingstoi;-upo;.-Hull, coal-tnerch.ints,-H. 'I'^rale and W. .\ppleDy, Croydon, Surrey. ealiiiK-eiigfavers.-M. Clack and I. l^dwards. UriJ^ewater-^q�u^re�, child-bed-linen-makers.-J. M'Cready and W. Rennie, Birminrbain, linen-drapers.-W. II. l�aviour"and W. Fenney, Binninx'wm, tire-iron manufacturers,-11. B. .Mills, aud T. Ne\rcoml>e, York, carrier*. ilJers, Mirfield, Yorkshire'j'i^ Sessious-hon.se, Wakefield.'rtotions were .�^49. to ;i7s. per  �nrtf *^icfi &id been, aliwadf mentioned, 2,fiB01. this halt-pay 11st rooCS|,tlce Mor^thetr, appointed to the   he would rentiiro Ui Afuii-nntn       nfrU- mn.t in^nJoMr ^tt..,,,t^ THEATRICALS. English Opeha-Housk.-That very exlraonrinarv exhibitor, Mr. Mathews, made his first appearance for t!w season at this 'o be lieoteiwrts. i tenant, vicii ^ . , Heard, from hall-pay ilst foots, 48lh foot, to be iientenani. 89th regt. of foot, lieut. H. D. Keith, fnmi half-pav 23d f.Hjf, vice Cary, appointed to the 25ih fotii; aid lieui. H. Hardins. from lialf-j>ay isth foot, vice W iRiams.  Cressw ell, Esq., Charles Greenwood, Esq., James H^ygate, Jnii. I'.sq,, William Jloward, Esq.. .lohn lniie>, Esq. ivl. P., WiUihiit kajk^fl.sq^, 0�wald Smith, Esq., H. M. TtiSrnton, Esq., 'lilTho'mas A\ ilson, Esq. Ai DtTORs-T. Fowell Buxtoo, ILsq. M.P., Charles Campbelh lilsq., Thomas Mastennan, Esq. R.^N'K.ERs.-Messi-8, Smith, Payne, and Smiths. Messrs. Hoare, Barueit, andCo. AcTVART.-Benj^tn Gompertz, Esq. F. R. S. Phtsician-John R. Hume, M.D. Curzon Street. * Counsel-Lancelot Shadwell, Esq. SouciTOR-John M. Pearce, Esq. The Company have commenced husines*. at their temporary Otliee, No. 4, New Court, St. Swithin's l^ne, London. Tbe Life Department of the Company compretiends Insurances on Lives and Swvivorstiips, Endowments for Infants, and Life Annuifies; and'*Iher Fire* Department every species ai risk hsurIIv the aibject of 1 nsiffance. Both will be exteude^to the Assurance of Foreign as well as British interests. The C'Ompanv will employ their disposable capital in the purchase of Li ^ Annuities, Reversions,'aud such other description of Property as the Law may sanction. "New Calculations vvill be made upon Uie strictest Mathematical Principles, by which the RaU's of Insurance will be regulated on terms the mast benehciiil to the Public. Pefsous efiett^ Policies wi^l share w ith the Proprietary in ' the Profits of tbe Establishment Upon equitable principles. enil jur lieut. col'. C. Hamilton, fn*? ital7-pay, to be lieut. col. Bnvet iieuL-col. J. Austin, A�m the half-pay ; and major T. B. Bam-fo;d, from iMilf-lWj ('a West ludia regt. to be majors. Brevet major W. .Morris, (r.mi ball-pay royal Newfoundland fencibles ; brevet major R. H iddock, from the Jmlf-bay ; tajitains N. L. Darrah. from half-iwy 7!Uh foot, T. Shaw, From the 3]3t foot,./. �     '     ~R. the PARALYTIC' AFFECTIO.VS, &c. &c. PEttSONS labouring under *>dispo8ifion from PAR.V LYTIC AFFECTIONS, and desirous or obtaining a Curef arentost resoMtfuIly informed that a sovereign REALED\ is ' offered, whieh^ffects a perfect recovery in the above distresiing � AMictions, whtSe a fair trial is made.   Recent Caseis are restored in a few       to their Speech. Faculties, and perfect Use of  �h* Limbsi wrf a futur^ Attack prevented. Cases ot long standing .require loneerl^me, alUiougti the Cure is equally certrfn.  Persons affected aswove are ea*nest\y cautioned against Bleeding . aj Cuppiug; because, in many instances, it reducirs the patient.to siitfi a state^f Weakness and Debility, as to render the Gure . 4 �tUl more aiffitnll, and also subjects him to a relapse.   Further P^ticulars may be known, aud Refereni^es had, by apply ing to Messt?. Thompson and Co. Surgeons, nt. tlie Medical >:stablishment'fbr the Cure of the Gout and Rheumatism,.291, Strand, London, where the follow ing Cases are alsq attended to with success Hitl�ertoUnequalled:-vi�. White Swelling. Con-tntctions, and aH Diseases incident to the Joints, &c.; alffl Can-, cers,Tumours, Abscesses, Fistulas,GJandularSwellings, futures, &c. particolarty the Hernia ScrotaKs, wbicb� red^edjnafew days, withoKnaeiaiwni, and a pennanen* cnr*e'ffec�in Oie most obstieate and confinned cases.  Also, InflammaU#VSwe�r lings, and Sores of every dei^ination, and other dil&cnlt cases ofS^ifgery and^hysic,Aoo tedious to-eHuin^rate. ',   ' N. B. Invalidsfrom tbe Gounb-v ibayj(>e ttccogmo^d w th Board and Lodgtag^hile undei*Ure. Cettert (.Post P4id) duly atte nded to.  Advice (Grati^tftl 10 in ibe Mtitning- Theatre on Thursday night; and the attraction of his ' Trip tj America" crammed the house.at au early hour, in erery'quarter. The entertoiameot consists, as irtis anticipated, and indeed announced, of sketches of Americao lifo and arrangemeols, collected, or supposed to be collected, by the actor in Lis theutrica! tour, it is not so well wTitten as the best of his prcscnt:nents have been, bnt there b novelty in tbe subject, aud the'pertbr- mance is of the highest description.   ^Ve (that is, llie audience) . . .   . ------ start yviih Mr. Malhcw's direct from London ; the rest of the   Peddie, from half-pay 8Sth foot, 1. Smith, froni the half-pay, R traveUing. companions join on the other side the Atlantic-   Inr.es. from lialf-pay'id dia-oons, aiiiU}^. ir P^^^^ Among J-^k Tophnm, a vo.ing Englishman, who   1     f/'^'' to be captains.   *>'�;v<-'.;;ap'y I- VJ'^f.'^vi' � .   " iW.i 1 II '   � 1 11        I      �      1     J tifoot:  leuts. J. Reviioidsv trom the ^.id toot, �.(annon, IS to uiakFthc puua, and Mr. Bray, his middle-aged cousm, who ^^^^ ^^^^^ y^^^ ^^^^x. O^Neill, from half-pay-Slth foot,  e chief fj^,^ ^ j,;^ Sj^-ott, froin the 2jth fool, A. Carmichael, from lialf-" bore besides a variety of evanescent dmraclers, incidental pa^ Jst line bati. King's (icnnan legion, G. Courtney, fom haJf-to the action-ioakcepers, colonels, negroes, jikIitcs, and post- p^j JiJtii foot, and M. Reads^ from tbe 87th loot, to be liente-illiods-who serve to illustrate the business of the scene, Jiud ' naufs. Lietlt. R. Prtor, from lialf-pay 53d foot (with temporary drop in and out of mcmorv, as we pass from one loc.^iito to rank), ensigns L. \. Leslie, from half-pay 95ib foot, H. Harvest, anotber. The inn-keepers'ofcourse are among the very^rst , from half-pav 9stb foot, J. \ incent, from half-pav 82d fool, C. "4ions" looked after by tin; people ; but tbev are tbe most strik- Curlton, from half-pay 22d toot, aiid t. Cheney, fronJhaU-pay ing features in Mr. MatheWs entertainment.   The fact 1�, that   H't'i foot, to he eusigiis. .  k      i     , the rery stories which have excited euriositv as to America. !-!^th regt ot foot, major-gen H. t oran to be col..,�.0; and have, i^^ great degree, used npthe ni�.ns of ad.ninittering t J    ^;:;;;ji,,^ J^; 'anlr^-Ba;;::^^:;^.:^;; ilr itegratibrat.on.   Ihe points to be laid hold at were �. broad,   j,,^      ,,^,.ri,^,, hai.tobe majors.   Brevet mijor H. CroaTd.iile, ce, thailhcy bavc (j^-j^.p^^ y-^h foot 5 eapt�. H. L. Daaiell, from ha�l-pav into tbe bargHin al-   7jj f^ot; A.'Neame, from half.pay btbfuot; E. V aurhan, froiii >is : simrr ,f,i,in,^�- . .r;   ..------   ..      '� yon, from half-pay 311 h , _____ ____ .,,,..,...,- .,"..�..,... ,^->, J. Wilsoii,from tjie/Jtb again. Tbe hiring the servant, or "help" (for " jeri-aiil" : foot ; J. .M" I\er, from haif-piy 78th foot, to b-* captains, l.ieuts. would be degnidingf tells well. The dinner to General Jackson, ' C. A. Stuart, from tlie 2^tii foot; R. Logan, from half-pay .')5th with ihcFiench gentleman's speech and song, does admirably.-  .^"V'.-' ' '.?^"^''*Jfe ^^'V"^ 73J foot; J. Davidson, from The negro llieatreTO new ; and tlie calling out of the niUitia one ot the best bits of the evening. In the convenwiions. Mr. Topbftin and Mr. Bray take the lead, aiired by Mr. R;vvens:op, who quotes Joe Miller in support ot Ain^ican claims to wit and humour ; aud a im^'itary gentleman, who has one cant phrase, which he introduces on nil occasiohs. Here, a good dciil pf the jest lic�, of course, in tbe American vocabulary-the "1 guess," '* 1 reckon," ami " 1 cali:Hl8te,' apidied where doubt s.ems hartUy to be practicable ^ and the sirmige huddling of epithet, in talking of " a pretty, particnlar�|onsiderable, d-d j heavy shower of rain" being,^xpected.   IJeyond, howewr. and we have bad jurists in sucb abiiiulAiice, that thcv bav most all been dewibed and caricatured ready. Coarse meats, am^amer manners \ short commons, .ind no bows ; we h.iise had in print, over, and over, and ocir hall^pay 8i.>th loi^; ^^. D. Drmiin^oud, from balf^y 82 feet; F. B. Fieldi;ig, from tJie 1st veL bat.; H.'R.imu>, from the JOth f�ot; H. Macqunrie, from half-pay 48th foot; J. L. WalUcouft, from the 18th foot; T. R. Plumbe^i from the 3l3t &>'>6, to be lieutenants. EmJgns It DuLs��n, from the 1st royal vet. L^t; \\. Robert*, from luilf-pa^ lU4lh foot; J. Whyt'e, from half-pay Stii fojii; 11. W. Ciratiaiii, from tlie lat royal vet. bat j J- C. > iciiolls, from ;�ilt'-|>ay 72d loot; A. C. Gregory, from h.lf^psiy Ilst foot, to !>! '.� i^igiis. 9Hdi rr^t of fool, major g:n. G. Hall to be colonel; and lieul.-col. G. Ha;dinge,trom the 44th foSf, to be lient. col. ^ To oe majors-brevet lieutenant-colonel W. Balvaird, from little gascona.le, some peculiwities in the ione'ora^akhWi! '^.'.r"!'/*^       '?''*^^ ' SPairicksoo from half-nay o7tJi foot. ^ ,1 i\   ,i .u            1   �      r \    To be caiitams-brevet major J. Johnston, from halt-uay : (which are odd enough) and these s.ngul.ir.t.cs of expres.s.n,.. ' ^,1 ^^^^^   f^,.^ T?Uf-,�iv Istgarr^scin baltalio.lT J. theconversationof 8team-bofttsandsti..^P-r,mrl,., u�   ^/^jackson, from tmlf-pay 43il feoti (i. Macpher�ia, from half- pa^ J 1th foot; H. Cooler, from half-pay 3d Ceylon regiment ; Colihurst, from Ihe half-pav ; T. Rf Sbenrioton, from ihe half- tlieconversation of Steam-boats and stage-cauches, as �iven by .\Ir. Mathews-for Air. Pennington, ��-e apprehend, is his only specimen in the way of genteel society-is just like that i^Jiitii we should nic^ with among haif-edncated people in jiiiiiilalr situations in England. Tlie post-ofSce scene has some pmd things in itf the Frenchman coming for tbe letter from hi d.iugbter particularly. Mr. Dowbikiu's stories about his uncle are perfectly vnlgar life in this country ; t^c American juilge's charge to the grand jury is enterUiniog, and excellently well given. Tbe.songs are none of them well written ; what effect they have belongs to the acting entirely, "i'ue third division �f the entertaioBient (tbe " Tonr" concluding at the end ol the second) consists oif a dramatic sketch, in one net, called " All's Well at Natchitoches," in wbicli Mr. Mntbews performs a Kelttucky oobler, au American fanner, a French tailor, a bit negro, a Dutch lady, ru *i battalion ; J. Armstnmg, from the 20th foot; and X. Beauderk., from the 27th f�>oi, to be li�utenanii-  4 Ensigim, EdwaAl, last from t'le 2d royal veteran battaliou j M, PatisOiJ.from haJf-pav 9Uth foot; W. B. Caldwell, fr�i the tiOth foot; E. C. smiUi, fromjjjalf-pay 57th foot; cornet O. I'hibbs, from half-^iy lydi light dragon.is; auj ensign J. Lord Elphiistoue, from ha f-pay bi^th fiM)t, to be ensigns. id West India regiment, captain H. Welman, from half-pay 3d f^rrisou battalion, to oe captain, vice Wilson, appointed to the  e drawn by William Ridley, with whom be formerly bad bad dealing)!, and was roinuiitted for trial. Tburjduy, al 11 o'ciock,^r. Hulme,a respectable tr.tdcsnian, �ppe�red upon � summons issued at the suit ot the Brick-lane GhS Light and Coke Company, who songlit to recover penalties lo tJbe amount of no less than 2,li80l. for having laid on an additional pipe of couimnnication to his premises, without the knowledge or consenf, of tbe corporation, against llie statute by which the company is governed, or rather (as il would appear) by wbich^cy govern the public. The sufllbons was peremptorily for the hour of U, and Mr. Hu 1 me was in attendance vrilb ^ir. William.s his attorney, and Mr. Allej' his counael ; but the complaining parties did not appear. Soon after 12, Sir R. Birnie offered to discharge tlic summon* ; but Mr. Alley said thai so anxious was bis client to meet the charge, and give il tbe answer which il merited, that he would wait until ihe close of the sitting of the magistrates, rather than hare it said that any advantage was taken of the absence of the complainants %ll>e exact hour appointed. Al a quarter past one, the business of the office being nearly finished, Mr. Alley was again culled upon by Sir Birnie, and addressing tbe Magistrates, observed, that his client was required to sb^w caosc why he should uot pay a penalty of 601., and a line of 4^>er  7th foot, vice Sired, who retires to his fonner siffht from half-pay oOuiJ'ool, vice Dutton, appointed to t! '      � " " -m halT-pay 61th foot, \i* itioii on tne retired list. 2d royal veteran battaliour-To be ensigns-rnsfgn J. P. El-lioU, from half-pay 72d foot, vice Last, appointed to the 9ytb foot; ensign T. rtaynes, ^m l.alf-pay jiih foJt, vice^. .\.,| Daly, who exchanges, 3d royal veteran bnttalipn, lieutenanta J. M'Causland, from half-pay tiOth fool, vice S.'"9l*Caul, who reiurns to his former si-toation on the retired l t, wee Mackenzie,appoitttd^u tbe 99tbfoot; J. DewTKm. from half-pay 3d foot, kue iticWrds^appointed to the y9di foot, to be lieuti-oants. V. Hmpital Staff-Staff^tfrgeonE. Eagle, M.t>., who was com-mtsrioned for local servlsfe^n %eland, to be commissioned for ge-aeralMHce. : MeDi9mndBr^heil^poli^ l0i. There was not tiie slightest foundation for the charfre, as he should have been prepared lo show; but as the coTiiplainants had not thought proper to appear, further ob.serv.i-tion WHS unnecessnry. He only � ishiil to liave the iiiforniation re.id, in order that his client might plead " nut guilty," and receive an acquittal, because the men who hud the assurance to bring forward such a case, miijht perhaps avail ihcnisetvca of any slight informality, and jirefer a fresli complaint. There was one thing, howeeer, wliich he felt himself bound to menliou, because he tlionght it could not be too generally disseminated. There was a clause in their regiiiatloiis which empowered " any servant of the company, at all reasonable hours, to enter any part of the premises oMhose who burned Ihe gas, and inspect and survey those premises." >Vas tJiere ever any thing so monstrous, ynii could i'.Jiv one cnmplaiii after that of the e.xci.se law.s, of which .so iiuicli liail often bi-en said ^ Mr. Halls said, he acreeil with Mr. .Mley, that such a clause ought to lie known to llie public. He was astonished that -iUch a clause should have been siitfered to find its r.ay into the act. The defendant pleaded " not guilty," and Sir R. tiirnic pronounced ** an Hccpiiltal for want of evidence." Mr. A!lev also iiientioucd, as a proof of the feelings with which this proceeding was carried on, that the defendant had been servetl with a notice to produce all receipt:*, and documents of every desi-ription, together with all books and ledgers rn which any entry whs made, in reference to any transactions betwnen him and the Company. JoAu .V.fHow naiiPatrick ^rAnUffe, two Iri.shmen, clad in the most wretched garmenUi, were brought up charged with having been concerned in tbe murder of four men, at Chiirchlands, in the county of Limerick. One night in the month of January, 18-'2, a large mob of person.s made an attack upon the police barracks at Cburclilands, anJ having tirst shot tfie ce:itiiiel upon duty at the entrance, they got t/j the interior of tbe barracks, and of .seventeen police-men who were there, they killed three, and ei;rht others were left dangerously wounded. The prisfmer M'Aulitfe was known al liie lime to have been one of the principal leaders la tbe attack, and Neenan was also known as an active participator; but they both escaped. A short time ago, however, information was received at DuMin that they were to be founl in London; and Farrel and Macartney, two of the chief ofiBrers of police, were sent over in quest of them. These officers, with llie assistance of Rulbven aud Bishop, of ibis establishment, apprehended the prisoners. M'Auliffe-as found in nii^rable hole in Grafton-conrl, Marylebone, sleeping on the floor with nine other men. Neenan was takpu at a house in Cato-street. The men uaderwert u short exam.nation, and were ordered into confinement until they can be removed to Ireland. UvioN-ii.*ll.-The latr Portsmouth Coach Robberv. -On \\ ednesday John Wilson was brought before L. B. Allen, Esq. charged wi'h having'leen CfincerneJ in stealing a parcel, containing 1,0051., from the Horlsmonth coach on the 16th of January la. tion of Is. per qr.   Hoir p^as i lo37s.; white 33s. to39s.; rt.vi v .. ,  '   . beans were ;V4s. to 453; Harrow     . 4H8.   The quotation for flour, p-for .seconds 50s. to 5is. On Wednesday-the arriv.-,N  M '1 i      , quarters of wheat, 2,050 qnMii � > .. 1 English oats, 826 quarters oi' '    � flonr.   Wjththe exception of '   , � large; and though the niarke* ,. very trifling, yet wheat, barle- . '     , quoted St the price of the prcce sales were made at a tnttinsT n ,1:   , , grain was by no means in ; eques.. i   � ttie consumers thinking ili � a'..in., leail to a fiMTlher fall.   Flour ^ the prior day. On Friday the grain arrivals .ui -wheat, 1,100 quarters of bnriK-. 1.,. ;, u,. 2,200 quarters of Irish ditto, n. I i..   ' . whe:it trade was rather brisk. 1 scarcity of tine wlieat, aud tU.- I'i �(-   m �. fully supported.  In barley tlic! . v. 1 , 1    , , peas were also ihe same as on l:ie |u it      - . of oats having held back so long � on this day to buy, aud the saleol �>., , .  , arrivals effected at a shade h'.�ier y\^ _. Monday.   Generally speaking, 'li    .    .. j. day, and unless large arrivals . :   . n.i the present price will be niai>.i 1; 1 il. 'I'he following is the  56 Rve - 11 Bi-riiis - \   2,603 I Peas - 1   l,50ti , In the cattle market on MoiKhiv beasts, 16,680 sheep, 200 pigs, . 1. able stale of the weather opera:iii .\. .  ' : butchers were very backward, I   . . many of the inferior cattle were        �v  !� mained undisposed of, which hy'u,-, � decline of 2d. per stone for this iiieai. spayed heifers, and fine oxen Wits      '   ' . could not reach more than 48-2d. 1 (uore than that; coars&tteers ami    ' to .Is. M(l., b(ft tbe beef niM-kitt gen was likewise dull, and aeciaged a best Downs, Kentish, and Leicesti, not fetching more than 48. bd. p .,' the market, but no quotation was u:     . liu)u;.,'h not abundant was very littU- in rior ill (iiiality ; it was about Id. per r quoted, the best calves ottered not iVtcli .�,U)ne, and larije calves were very heavy per alone, dairy fed being quolt'd ni pork 4s. 4d. to .';S. On Friday the cattle supply con slieeji, 90 pigs, /ind I.')0 calves.    I'hi-and sheep were of interior qiialitv, .1. lower than on Monday, the 1/eut Sc o* not fetcliiag uiore than 4s, per stone  et jT' .At Wakefield grain market there u.' ply of wheat, and this article lia^ l,e< per quarter tor fine wheat, while for t    ' no demand,   lieah.s bad liki'wise bee � ' of 2�, pi'r ijii:irli-r, and pcaa liad suhin. At Varnioulh there has been a;,'i)()<'. ... of grain, and wheat and barley jiiet d' � 1. to 3s. per quarter.   In other articles was done, and the prices remained nu.. .   .' tion. At Lynn market inferior wheat has i � cheajier.  In other grain very Jittlu had ., �   . : an abundant supply, were offered 2s. to        i' . At Eye everything was looking down, .u        11 a| pearcd in the market. Haddington market had been inodera - '. with fair sale at 33s. to 35s., barley w 25s. to 30s. The supply consisted uf fiTI o 634 bolls were sold. Al Hull there has been scarce any old \ new the supply has been tolerable. "The ck    i       . . show very little inclination lo purcha.se, aiiu   , have been disposed of at a reduction of Is. lor 2s. for the inferior. There was a good supply 01 . ket, and ordinary qualities sold at a reduciajn ot . . seed maintitined their quoUtions.   Birley was ve. mer market's price, and beans v. ere ratlier lower, little had been done, but the price had not varied fro. vious week. The Leeds market has been largely aupplied with :ir. the demand lias been limitted.   Fine whc.it is quoted Is. aMJunferior is. to 2s. cheaper than on tbe fonner ma-' -t. b^ywtts also lower by is., and beans and ji -is '.ve.e d'      .  ! nominally iuaiutain�id the ^rice of the pr     , 1 , i'   . .\t Hruilol there has been little-alteraiio . and barley .i2s. to 343.   in oats little wiu   .    j; price was ly
                            

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