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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. 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.

1822.

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Sunsh. day:

A. 63
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E.
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AGRICULTURAL REPORT. FROM the middle of May, till the 8th of the present month, the rain that fell did not, in many places, reach an inch in depth. Throughout the greater part of June the temperature was unusually high, the thermometer often rising to 80 in the shade. The mean temperature for the two last weeks in May was 570; for the whole of June 61.750; and for the first week in the present month 560. Under such temperature, and with so little moisture in the soil, it was impossible that vegetables could attain to any thing like luxuriance. Many sorts of plants were forced into a flowering and ripening state two or three weeks earlier than usual, and many dęcayed for lack of moisture.

On light dry soils, wheat came in the ear under unfavourable circumstances. The culm is short, and the ear corresponding. Oats on thin soils shew ears very moder. ately stocked with grain, and the stems, in numerous instances, are short, and will render reaping a tedious operation. Barley on shibban-land came up irregularly, and ran to seed on single stems; consequently a half-crop in such cases will not be obtained. Beans have not podded so freely as was expected. Pease, in general, look tolerably well. Hay has been a light crop, but has been all secured by the usual time of cutting. Potatoes came up well, but made little progress, and shew a disposition to Hower on short stems. Turnips were sown, for the most part, by the third week in June, but except on fine soils, a very partial braird has been obtained. What were sown early in the month gave a more regular braird, but have hitherto made little progress. The above remarks must be understood as applying to dry or light loams, on open gravelly or rocky bottoms. On retentive soils, or on land incumbent on cold sub-soils, the appearance of the crops are much better. Wheat, oats, barley, and pease, are luxuriant, and the hay crop will reach an average weight, but in few or no instances will a heavy second cutting be obtained; but this, as well as that part of the growing crop which has not advanced too far towards ripening, may yet improve by the late favourable rain. On the 9th and 10th, the fall of rain amounts to one inch, and nearly one-fourth, something more than fell in the eight weeks immediately preceding. Cattle continue to sell at extremely low prices, and in grain there has been little improveinent.

Perthshire, 1nth July.

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Oats, 264 lbs.
Barley, 320 lbs.

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PRICES CURRENT.JULY 8, 1822.
LEITH. GLASGOW.

LIVERPOOL. London. TEA, Bohea, y lb... @

2s. 64d.@Congou,.

2 6 39 Souchong,..... SUGAR, Musc. cwt. B. P. Dry Brown,...... 52 60 | 52

5549

55 52 56 Mid. Good, & Fine Mid 70 82 56

71 57 66 Fine and very fine...... 80

82

72 77 68 71 Brazil, Brown,..........

18 21

21 White.............

27 35 | 29 35 Refined, Double Loaves,.... 120 130

102

116 Powder ditto,.. 96 100

80 96 Single ditto,..... 88 96 98

110

79 80 Small Lumps....

84 90 88 92 Large ditto,.....

81

86 80 85 Crushed Lumps.......... 35

52 80 86 MOLASSES, British,..

29 27

27 6 25 29 COFFEE, Jamaica, Ord. good, and fine ord. 100 105 96

10996 108 Mid. Good, & fine Mid. 105 120 (107

122 110

118 116 138 Fine, and very fine.....

1121

130 140 156 Dutch, Triage & very ord..

78 96

135 104 Ord. good, & fine ord.. 120

113

98 111 St Domingo.... 122 126

96 100 97 107

9 PIMENTO (in bond), lb..... 8}

8

84 SPIRITS,Jam. Rum, 160.P. 25. O 2 2 18

1 10

19 1 11 18 19 Brandy,

33 36 gal........ 4s. 3d. 4 6 Geneva, ....

1 10 20 WINES, Clar. 1st Gr. hhd.. £.45 55

20 50 46

19 Portugal Red, pipe,... 34

48 55

30 Spanish, White, butt.. 31

65 Teneriffe, pipe, ..... 28 30

26

28 Madeira,......... 45 65

40 SO Logwoon, Jamaica, ton,... £.7

815 95 99 Honduras,

9 10 9 15

10 0 Campeachy,........ 8

10 0 10 10

13 0 Fustic, Jamaica,...... 7

90 910

8 15 Cuba............

10 0 11 0

120 90 97

10 3 INDIGO, Caraccas, fine, lb.. 9s. 6d. 11 6

11 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 1 8 2 2 Ditto Oak,......

2 9 3 3 Honduras Mahogany... 1 0 16

18 0 11 10 10 0 13 0 Tar, American, brl... 20 21

14

11 0 14 Archangel,...... 16 17

17 0 Tallow, Rus. Yel. Candle, 37

37 6

35 0 Home melted, cwt..... HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton,... 42 43

41
Petersburgh Clean,.... 38
Flax, Riga Th. & Dr. Ra. 50

53
Dutch,......
90

42
MATs, Archangel,...........
85 90

85 BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts, 14 15

13 Ashes, Petersburgh Pearl,. Montreal ditto, cwt... 48

47 48 45

48

49 Pot........ 34 35 36 38 36 6 37 35

36 Oil, Whale, tun,..........

£.22
20 10 21

20 Cod..........

20 TOBACCO, Virg. fine, Ib.... 7&d. 8

7| 0 6

08
inferior, ..
5 54 34

4 0 24 03 COTTONS, Bowed Georgia,

08 0 94 070 98 99 10 Sea Island, fine.........

14 2 0 1 3 1 5 Demerara & Berbice,..

0 94 0 1180 81 1 11 96 10 Pernambucco,

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Course of Exchange, London, July 9.-Amsterdam, 12:9. Ditto at sight, 12:6. Rotterdam, 12 : 10. Antwerp, 12 : 6. Hamburgh, 38 : 1. Altona, 38:2. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 70. Bourdeaux, 26. Frankfort-on-the-Maine, 1574. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 354. Gibraltar, 304. Leghorn, 47. Genoa, 434. Lisbon, 511. Oporto, 51 4. Rio Janeiro, 46. Dublin, 98 p cent. Cork, 9 P cent.

Prices of Bullion, P 02.—- Foreign gold in bars, £.3.17 · 6d. New Doubloons. £.3.13.90. New Dollars, 4s. 9d. Silver in bars, standard, 4s. 11d.

Premiums of Insurance_Guernsey or Jersey, 10s. 6d.—Cork or Dublin, 10s. 6d.
-Belfast, 10s. 6d.-Hambro', 7s. 6d. to 10s. Od.—Madeira, 15s. 9d. to 20s. Od...
Jamaica, 30s.-Greenland, out and home, 5 gs. to 8 gs.
Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from 19th June, to 10th July 1822.

June 19. June 26. July 3. July 10.
Bank Stock.com

242 2445
3 cent. reduced...

79 803 804 805
3 cent. consols...
31 cent. do.

90] 913 91

91
4 pcent. do. com

963
98}

97 973
5 pcent. navy annuities...
India Stock

2451
Bonds.

49

53 46 Exchequer bills, (£.1000). par. 2 dis. par. 2 pr. par. 2 pr. Consols for account..

804

81] 814 803 French 5 cents.com 91 fr. 65c.191 fr. 65c. 91.fr.55c.191 fr. 55c.

79.

56 pr. 6 pr.

ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTs, announced between the 20th

May and the 20th June 1822 ; extracted from the London Gazette. Abbot, S. Cumming-placé, Pentonville, merchant. Hales, W. N. Bilston, Staffordshire, mercer. Baillie, J. Aylesbury-street, Clerkenwell, iron Harman, J. Lower Thames-street, merchant. founder.

Harris, N. Southampton, coach-master. Beaternan, A. Bristol, victualler.

Henderson, R. Lowthian, Gill, Cumberland, coinBeaumont, T. S. and J. Leicester, bakers.

dealer. Betheil, T. Poole, painter.

Heyes, J. Stockport, draper. Bell, J. Suffolk-lane, wine-merchant.

Hirst, J. Almondbury, Yorkshire, merchant. Bishop, R. Aston-road, Birmingham, brass-founder. Holden, J. Manchester, calico-dealer. Billington, J. Manchester, shopkeeper.

Holden, o. Clitheroe, calico-manufacturer. Blyth, J. Wellington, Shropshire, draper.

Hoardman, R. Liverpool, merchant. Bilton, W. Banbury, and 1. Bolton, Grimsbury, Humphreys, W. Billesdon, Leicestershire, draper. Northamptonshire, coal-merchants.

Huntingdon, J. Snow-hill, jeweller. Boyd, S. C. Oxford, wine-merchant.

Hughes, T. Grosvenor-row, Chelsea, linen-draper. Bradbury, R. Stone, dealer.

Husband, R. Plymouth, mercer. Bradshaw, J. Eecleshall, Staffordshire, butcher, Illingworth, H. A. Fowey, merchant. Branamall, G. Sheffield, merchant.

Jackson, S. G. S. South Lynn, jobber. Breelon, W. and H. Ruttingdon, Nottinghamshire, Jerymn, J. Yarmouth, merchant. dealers in cattle.

Jenkins, T. Llanwithin, Glamorganshire. Brook, R. Waleot, Somersetshire, brewer.

Johnson, W. Gainsburgh, maltster. Cardrell, E. Thornhill, Yorkshire, iron-founder. Johnson, S. Skinner-street, Bishopsgate-street, caCelson, W. Plymouth, grocer.

binet-maker. Chase, T. East Pennard, Somersetshire, butcher. Joplin, J. Sutherland, linen-draper. Chetham, J. Stockport, money-scrivener.

Jones, J. Corely, Shropshire, lime-burner. Cobb, H. Graveny, Kent, farmer.

Kelson, T. Comb Down, Somersetshire, farmer. Coburn, T. Witney, woolstapler.

Kent, T. Kirkton Holme, Lincolnshire, butcher. Cullins, J. and R. Capell, Northampton, carriers. Large, J. Wootton Basset, Wilts, banker. Collins, J. Vincent-place, City-road, broker.

Latter, J. Windsor, oilman. Coppard, J. sen. Mitchain, drug-grinder.

Leigh, G. Wincham, Cheshire, dealer-in-coals. Courthope, F. W. Langbourn Chambers, timber. Lewis, R. King-street, Soho, chair-maker. merchant.

Long, D. Andover, gun-maker.
Cox, J. Pensford, Somersetshire, mealman. Lowry, J. Bunker's-hill, Cuinberland, lead-ore-
Croxon, W. B. Burton, Latimer, Northampton miner.
shire, miller,

Lyall, G. North Shields, merchant.
Dorld, J. and W. Kirkoswald, Cumberland, grocers. Maddock, C. F. Plymouth, linen-draper.
Elf, T. Crooked-lane, drysalter.

Mathews, E. College-hill, Upper Thames-street, Fothergill, W. Cannon-street road, ship-owner.

merchant. Fowler, S. S. and A. E. Liverpool, merchants. Merryweather, S. Longham, Hants, maltster. Fulton, E. Earl-street, Blackfriars, coal-merchant. Murrow, T. Liverpool, money-scrivener. Furlong, W. and J. Bristol, haberdashers.

Naish, F. Tiverton, Somersetshire, clothier, Gabon, W. and F. Tomm, Trinity-square, corn Newton, T. Holbeach, Lincolnshire, and W. New(actors.

ton, Norfolk, jobbers and wool-buyers. Coodere, W. D. Wimborne Minster, Dorsetshire, Olley, T. Clare, Suffolk, maltster. brewer.

Paradise, J. Newcastle-street, Strand, jeweller. Gould, W. and F. Greasly, Maiden-lane, Wood Pelerin, H. F. Lloyd's Coffee-house, insurance. strett, hosiers

broker. Golden, J. Goulden-place, Hackney-roal, care Piell, W.Broomyard, Herefordshire, builder. penter.

Penvold, W. Clutton, Somersetshire, builder. Grafton, J. Lapworth, Warwickshire, tanner. Pickman, W. East Isley, Berks, grocer. Elaines, J. Lubenham, Leicestershire, baker. Port, F. J. Rugeley, Staffordshire, druggist.

Potts, W. Sheerness, linen-draper.

Staham, J. Collyhurst, Lancashire, dyer.
Probyn, J. M. Long-lane, Bermondsey, surgeon. Stonall, G. Box, Wiltshire, tailor.
Quilter, H. Leicester, victualler.

Trigg, H. & J. Ratcliffe, Hertford, timber-merch. Raine, J. Great Coram-street, merchant.

Twycross, J. Westbourn, Sussex, fell-inonger. Ralfs, J. Freshwater, Isle of Wight, corn-dealer. Tyler, W. Kimbolton, Huntingdonshire, currier. Rashbrook, W. Lavenham, Suffolk, farmer. Watson, W. Chelsea, brewer. Ridely, T., J. Brown, and W. Sawport, South Willing, s. Plymouth, corn-merchant. Blyth, Northumberland, brewers.

Wilson, T. S. Methley, Yorkshire, maltster. Robertson, J. Old Broad-street, merchant.

Wood, W. Brumby, Lincolnshire, jobber. Saunders, J. Holland-street, Bankside, factor. Worthington, E. Stangate-street, Lambeth, brewer. Shipway, T. Tidworth, Warren Farm, Hampshire, Young, W. North Bank, near Regent's Park, and sheep-dealer.

J. Green, Camden Town, excavators. Sporr, M. North Shields, upholsterer.

Young, D. Leeds, merchant.

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced

June 1822, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
SEQUESTRATIONS.

Rae, Samuel, baker, and tea and spirit-dealer, in Auchtermuchty, the Burgh of.

Kirkcudbright.
Gemmel, Robert, wright in Cambuslang.

Wilson, James, grain-merchant in Renfrew.
Inches, James, junior, wood-merchant at Stenton.
M'Douall & M'Chlevy, merchants and ship-owners

DIVIDENDS. in Drumore.

Brodie, John, ship-owner in Dysart; by Alexander Macnicol, Ronald, merchant in Glasgow.

Spence, merchant in Leith.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
BIRTHS.

DEATHS. 1821. Dec. At Delhi, the Lady of Captain T. F. 1821. Aug. 26. At Dharwa, Thomas Marshall, Hutchinson, of the Bengal native infantry, a son. Esq. a surgeon of.the Bombay establishment, and

7. At Cannanore, the Lady of Major Balmain, statistical reportera situation for which he was East India Company's service, a son.

selected by the present Governor of Bombay, solely 13. At Glen Leith, Van Diernan's Land, Mrs in consideration of his rare talents, qualifications, David Jamieson, a son.

and acquirements. 1822. May 4. At Malta, the Lady of Capt. Robt. Sept. 28. At Mhaw, in the East Indies, Allan Tait, of his Majesty's ship Larne, a son.

Cameron, Esq.of the Bengal horse artillery, eldest 15. At Chunar, Bengal, the Lady of George son of Mr Alex. Cameron, of CalcTaigie, Ross-shire. Playfair, Esq. garrison surgeon, a daughter.

Oct. 29. At Lucknow, Capt. Lewis Grant, of the 17. In Northumberland Street, Edinburgh, the 7th Bengal native infantry. Lady of Capt. Hodgson, R. N. a daughter.

Nov. 28. At Madras, in the 35th year of his age, Mrs Clarke, 51, George's Square, Edinburgh, Donald M‘Andrew, Esq. surgeon, lith regiment, a daughter.

N. I. in consequence of a severe attack of fever. 19. At his house, George Street, Edinburgh, the Dec. 5. At Bombay, the Ilon. Sir W. D. Evans, Lady of Lieut-General Sir John Hope, a son. Recorder of that Presidency.

21. At Inverness, the Lady of Major Cameron, - At Canton, in China, Mr Patrick Robertson, Madras Establishment, a son.

second officer of the country ship Aurora, and se22. The Lady of William Ferguson, Esq. of cond son of the late Robert Robertson, Esq. of Kilrie, a daughter.

Auchleeks, Perthshire. 23. At the Hague, her Royal Highness the Prin 7. At Seringapatam, Mary, daughter of Lieutcess of Orange, a Prince.

Colonel Thos. Paterson, and wife of James Cassa24. In London, the Lady of the Right Hon. mayor, Esq. in the civil service of the Hon. East Lord Burghersh (eldest son of the Earl of West

India Company. moreland) a daughter.

1822. Jan. 2. At Leakesville, America, Colonel - At Fortrose, the Lady of R. K. Mackenzie,

James Campbell, agent for the State Bank, North Esq. of Flowerburn, a son.

Carolina, son of the late Robert Campbell, Esq. of - At Cavers, Mrs Douglas, of Cavers, a son Middletoncarse, Clackmannanshire. and heir.

March 23. In George Town, Demerara, Catha- At Barcaldine, the Lady of Duncan Camp rine Campbell, aged 25, reliet of the late Evan bell, Esq. of Barcaldinc, a son.

M.Pherson, Esq. and eldest daughter of Mr M'Gre95. At Auchlunkart, the Lady of Patrick Steu

gor, St Andrew's Square. art, Esq. of Auchlunkart, a son.

April 21. Lost off the coast of Ireland, on board 26. At Fairy Bank, Shetland, the Lady of Thos. the Confiance, ou his way to join the Brazen, Mr Gifford, Esq. a daughter.

William Marjoribanks, midshipman, third son of

Alexander Marjoribanks, Esq. of Marjoribanks. MARRIAGES.

- Lost off the coast of Ireland, in a dreadful 1821. Nov. At Hobart Town, Van Dieman's gale of wind, on board of his Majesty's ship ConLand, Lieut. Thomson, belonging to the Staff of fiance, with all the officers and crew, consisting of his Excellency the Governor in Chief, General Sir 120 souls, Mr John Whellry Shairp, Midshipman, Thomas Brisbane, to Eliza, second daughter of aged 21 (passed for a Lieutenant at Royal Naval the late Thomas Reibey, Esq. merchant, Sydney, College,) second son of William Shairp, Esq. late New South Wales.

of Kirkton, Collector of Customs, Bo'ness. 1822. May 9. At Florence, in the house of his 23. At Murrayth waite, Lieut.-Col. John MurMajesty's Minister to the Court of Tuscany, Wm. ray of Tundergarth. Burn, Esq. of Coldoch, Perthshire, to Jaquette, 24. At the Green of Castletown, Isle of Man, fourth daughter of William Thomas Hull, Esq. of Capt. R. Peddie, formerly of the 21st Royal Scots Marpool Hall, in the county of Devon.

fusileers, and late of the 6th royal veteran baitaAt Greenwich, William Scott Preston, Esq. lion, in the 65th year of his age. to Margaret Grace Gordon, youngest daughter of 25. At her mother's house in Hill Street, Lonthe late Peter Lawrie, Esq. of Blackheath, and don, the Hon. Miss Catherine Cust, youngest Ernespie.

daughter of the late Lord Brownlow. 25. At Turvey, in the county of Bedford, the

20. At Edinburgh, Mrs Ferrier, wife of Louis Rev. James Marshall, minister of the Outer High Henry Ferrier, Esq. of Belleside. Church in Glasgow, to Mary Catherine, eldest 27. At Kirkcudbright, Capt. Charles Munden, daughter of the Rev. Leigh Richmond, Rector of of the Galloway militia. Turvey.

- At Polwarth manxe. Berwickshire, Mrs Horre, - At London, Robert Mudie, Esq. to Frances wife of the Rer. Robert Horne. Wallace, second daughter of Capt. John Urquhart, 28. At Dundee, My John Wilson, of Queen Late of the East India House

Street, Cheapside, London.

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