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John Camae
1. Albion

Masters,
R. J. Nash

Alert

Wm. Millar
Thos. Boteler

Antelope

Rich. Johns
Chr. Wyvill

Arab

F.P. Bentley
Fred. Chamier

Ditto

Geo. Millard
Leo. C. Rooke

Bacchus

Thos. Read
Henry King

Beaver

Jas. Allan
Wm. Hicks

Camelion

F. P. Lurchen
Chas. Witham

Ditto

R. Holmes
Chas. Fleetwood

Conqueror John Bolton
Thos. J. J. W. Davis

Cyrus

Geo. Dujardine
S. Jervois

Dauntless

John Andrews
R. H. Cockerell

Ditto

Jos. Higgs
Geo, Baker

Ditto

Geo. F. Morice
Nich. Chapman

J. B. North
God. Brereton

Eurydice

Jas. Napier
Francis Witham

Ditto

R. Anderson
Geo. Verers

Favourite

Rob. Power
H. V. Hantley

Forth

J. Trivick
Robt. Tait

Glasgow

Edward Hankin
Geo, H. Jenkin

Grasshopper J. J. H. Lingard
J. S. Williams

Larne

Dan. Lye
Right Hon. G. Vis. Mandeville Ditto

D. Beynon
J. W.0. Ricketts

Leander

C. W. M‘Lean
Thos. Penberthy

J. Woodthorpe
Wu, Mudge

Leven

Rob. Yule
Geo. F. Ryves Morgiana

Wm. Petre
Hugh S. Head

Ditto

Jas. Welch
John P. Baker

Newcastle

P. Parker
Henry Walker

Ditto

J. Botham
John S. Brisbane

Ditto

Wm. Purdo
John A Mount

Ditto

Thos. Collins
Ed. A. Haughton. F. L.

Ditto

Surgeons.
Jos. C. Cory

Northumberland Robert M‘Dowell
Thos. Marriot

Orlando

J. London
Ed. H. Jacob

Pheasant

N. Churchill
Wm. Oldrey

Pioneer

Alex. Nisbet
N. G. Corbetta bort Raleigh

Nieb. Roche
Joseph Soady

Revolutionaire Pat. M‘Ternan
John F. Dawsons

Rochfort

Chas. Carpue
Geo. C. Oliver

Ditto

Jos. M'Carogher
Francis Blair

Salisbury

Alex. Dunbar
John Forster

Sapphire Elias Ryall
G. V. Jackson
dong vat Serapis

Isaac Noot
Rich. Barton

Severn

Rowland Griffith
H. C. Collins

Supernumerary dollJohn Laird
E. R. P. Mainwairing

Ditto Ditto John Williams
B. Andrews

Ditto Ditto Jos. Dallaway
John Read

Ditto Ditto Chas. Miller
James Brasier

Spencer

Henry Carter
Henry Sheridan

Ditto

Mich. Goodsir
John Reeve

Mark Thompson
Wm. Chasman

Superb

Caryer Vickery
H.C. Goldsmith

Ditto

Thos. Dunlop
Henry S. Wilson

Surly

Wm. Colsin
Jod. Leigh

Sybille

John Lawson
Edw, Colman

Ditto

Robt. Kirkwood
Richard Saumarez

Ditto

David Patton
Charles Gordon

Tagus

Geo. Brown
Henry Sankey

Vengeur

Assistant Surgeons.
John Lapslie

Ditto

John Gilchrist
Samuel Drewry

Ditto

J. M. Madden
Henry M'Clintoche

Wasp

John Knox
G. W. St. J. Mildmay

Ditto

David Nimmo
Henry Pryce

Windsor Castle Wm. Clarke
R. M. Teed

Ditto

Thos. Thompson
George Pierce

Ditto

Wm. Connon
Joseph Pearse

Ditto

Peter Lothian
James Bulkeley

Wolf

John Thomson
David Harrop

Ditto

Rob. Wylie
Wye

James Low
Andrew Drew

Ditto

Pat. Boyle
Thomas Townsend

Fancy, rev. eutter Jos. Steret
Francis Little

Rutland ditto Evan Davies
Royal Marines.

Geo. Webster
Capts. Gilbert Elliot Glasgow

Peter Fisher
Thos. H. Morice Liffey

John Morgan
J. Bartleman

Newcastle

Neal Robinson
Wm. Rowe

Rochfort

George Roberts
Wm. Ramsay

Sever

Andrew Small
Geo. Gray

Vengeur

M. M'Ennally
1st Lts. Dun. Campbell Forth

Tim. Kelty
D. Marley

Newcastle

Wm. Aikin
J. P. Pleydell Spartan

Alex. Reid
Wm. Lawrie

Sybille

Wm. Clarke
Thos. Appleton Vengeur

James Veiteh
Thos. Wearing

Thos. A. Miller
20 Lts. James Clarke Conqueror Wm. Strang
Wm, White

Impregnable Thos. Davies
J. F. Elliot

Spencer

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A DIMINUTION of temperature to the amount of nearly 10 degrees on the daily average, took place at the commencement of December, but the weather in general continued open, with occasionally heavy showers till about the 10th. Between that and the 16th, the frost was severe, and to all appearance set in for what is in Scotland called a storm. It passed away, however, without rain, and by the 19th, the mean temperature had considerably increased. After the 26th every night was frosty, but during the day the thermometer generally rose above 40. The barometer during the frost was always high and steady after a sudden rise at the commencement of the frost. In the indications of the hygrometer there was nothing remarkable. The mean temperature of the whole month is about 8} degrees lower than November, and upwards of 4 degrees higher than December last year. We shall take an early opportunity of submitting to our readers a summary of our metcorological observations for the whole year. The mean temperature will be found to be somewhat higher than that of 1817, but by no means so high as the extraordinary heat of the summer months would have led us to expect.

12th,

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, Extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from

Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

DECEMBER 1818.
Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER. Degrets Mean of greatest daily heat,

43.1 Maximum,

19th day, 50.0 cold, 33.8 Minimum,

27th,

24.0 .::t temperature, 10 A.M. 39.0 Lowest maximum, 12th,

54.0 10 P. M.

38.2

Highest minimum, 24th,
. of daily extremes,
38.5 Highest 10 A. M.

25th,

47.5 . 10 A. M. apd 10 P. M.

38.6
Lowest ditto,

30.0
4 daily observations,
38.5 Highest 10 P. M.

19th,

18.0 Whole range of Thermometer,

289.0 Lowest ditto,

12th,

28.0 Mean daily ditto, 9.3 Greatest range in 24 hours, 27th,

20.0 temperature of spring water, 43.7 Least ditto,

21th,
BAROMETER.
Inches.

BAROMETER. Inches. Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 45) 29.667 Highest 10 A. M.

28th,

30.593 10 P. M. (temp. of mer, 15) 29.859 Lowest ditto,

29.175 both, (temp. of mer. 15) 29.863 Highest 10 P. M.

28th,

30.495 Whole range of Barometer, 6.964 Lowest ditto,

29.120 Meán daily ditto, .224 Greatest range in 24 hours, 2d,

.540 Lcast ditto,

15th,

.020 AYGROMETER (LESLIE'S). Degrees. Mean of 10 A. M.

6.0

HYGROMETER Degrees. 10 P. M. 7.3 Highest 10 A. M.

23.0 both, 6.7 Lowest ditto,

30th,

0.0 Rain in Inches,

1.8014 Highest 10 P. M.

10th,

92.0 Evaporation in ditto,

1790 Lowest ditto,

20th... 40.0 Fair days 22 ; rainy days 9; wind, west of meridian, 25; east of meridian,

6th,

Ilth, yn

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Rept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. N. B. - The Observations are made twice every day, namely, at eight o'clock in the morning, and four o'clock in the afternoon. The observations in the first column are taken from the Register Thermometer.

Attach.
Ther. Baro.

Attach. Iwind. Remarks
Wind. Remarks.

Ther. Baro.
Ther.

Ther.

23{

M. 35

Dec. 1
N. 442.453 X. 52|Calm Rain all day Dec.17 M. 3129,513 N. 11

Fair dull 1. 57 .720 4. 47)

A. 57

. ) high
M. 34
.621 M. 42 UW. Cold, sunsh.

M. 37 .41,5 M. 12
1. 57

Fair, sun. .990A. 13 ) high

18 {

A. 57 .731. 391 high shine 3M. 5438.994 M. 45W.

Rain morn.
A. 57 29.14. A. 42 mod

M. 3.599 M. ul lble. Ditto
{air day

19{

A. 57 .400 1. 39 / v high
M. 33 191 M. 41 Chle Rain all day

M. 42 ..33. M. 45W. Stormy,
A. 57 145 A. 41 culm

20

A. 57 .st. 44 | high rain, snow M 33 .115 M. 128. Dull, rain

M. 4 .812 M. 42 iv.

Frust morn A. 57 .14.4 42 mod

21

A. 57 .981/1. 40 / mod fair day 33

.IO&M. 45 S. W. (Sun foren. 99 M. 2950.151 M. 101 S. W. Fair, sun.
A. 57 25.98 A. 13 } high rain even.

A. 57 ... 41 mod shine
M. 33 .975 M. 43S.

M. 2929.991 M. 41 (s. W. Ditto, dull
A. 57 .209 A. 43 / mod Dull, fair

A. 51 .8511. 41 | high ft.
381 M. 41S. Heavy rain,

M. 29
A. 57

M. S. W.Mild sunsh. .168 A. 41 Simod fair attn.

24
(A. 57

,
9
SM. 35
.815 M. 42S.
Fair, dull

M. 41 1701. 151 s. w. Fair, sunsh. Ul. 57

25 .8451A. 40 ) mod

.4611 14 / high 10 M. 3229.947 M. 40N. Frost,sunsh.

7 . 13 hle. Fair, sunsh. A. 57 .986 A. 40 mod

1. 5,

1. i1i luigh rain evening M. 35 .990 M. 40 N. E. Mild, sun

(M. 3: .87 M. 1.5 IN. E. Cull, 4. 5730.1811. 10 ) finod shine

27

A. 5750.003). 14/mod hower .181.v. 30W. Frost morn.

M. 3.1

.JUN. 33 N. E.koen frost
A. 57/29.995 1. 37) mod fair, dull

A. 571.371. 36 Sbrisk
M. 29 .991 M, 37w. Dull, fair

M. 29

.353 M. 56 N.W.Frost, sun1. 57 9.911. 36/mod

29

A. 57.96111. 3iffnod chine
M. 26 .977M. 36 Chlo. Keen frost,

.17 M. 371.V. M.Ditto, ditto 4. 57 .986. A. 31/inod sunshine

A. 51-9.97111. 37 isk
.831 M. 35. Fiesh, dull
3. 571 .6134 35 mod

31 . 3*.01. 10 IN: W.Fresh, sun

14. 571 .20:41. 41 s lurisk fshine .700 M. 38 W. Fresh, sun. 'lla., 57 TUA, 59) 'high

Quantity of rain, 2,519,

11

12 M. 29

28

13

30 M. 29

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

At last we have something like winter, the snow now slightly covering the ground for the first time this season. Within this fortnight there have been high winds from the west, with a good deal of rain ; but only slight frosts, hardly sufficient to check the progress of vegetation, and seldom or never so strong as to stop the plough. Fodder must now be resorted to, which has hitherto been so well saved, owing to the mildness of the winter, that there is little reason to fear any scarcity. the south the farmers begin to complain of white turnips falling off'; 'in some places they have run up to seed ; and, in others, the quality has been injured by the uncommon size of the roots; but the Swedes, the culture of which is extending every year, will, in many situations, advantageously supply their place. Very little fluctuation has occurred in either the corn or mieat markets since our last ; the former were dull and somewhat lower till the end of December, but seem now to be rather reviving.

We have been favoured with some striking instances of the progress of vegetation at a period when, in this climate, the earth is, in ordinary seasons, bund up with frost or deluged with rain, which it may be curious to refer to hereafter. They are the obser. vations of an experienced horticulturist in the county of Perth. In November, says our correspondent, the buds of many forest trees began to swell, and those of the hazel were in some instances expanded. Garden strawberries were in full flower; the berries of the ar. butus completely ripe. In the flower border, the leaves of tulips appeared above ground; the Gladiolus communis was four inches long ; sweat peas and migriovette were in flower; the Cynag lossum omphalvdes, a spring flower, in full blow; and the spring crocus was beginning to appear. In December, tulips were tive inches in height; the towers of marigolds and ten-week stocks as fresh and vigorous as in August; some dishes of ripe and well flavoured strawberries were pulled from the arbutus about the end of the month.

The agricultural petition, if we may believe the accounts of its promoters, is meeting with a very favourable reception among the farmers in the south. It has not yet found its way to Scotland, where, as far as we can learn, there is no general disposition to move

yestion which will not probably produce any thing but irritation and obloquy.

January 16th. FOL. IV.

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Wheat, 10 lbs.

Outs, 261 lbs. Barley, 520 lbs. Bus.& Pse.fOatmeal Flour.
Dantzic. For.red. Amer. Irish.

140 lb. -80 lbs. British

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Arcrage Prices of Grain in Scotland for the Four Weeks immediately preceding

15th December 1818. Wheat, 70s. 1d. Rye, 51s. 38.Barley, 4!s. 74.-Oate, 50s. td.-Beens, 525. 6d.Pease, 62. 5d.

Oatmeal, per bull, 25.--Puer cu Big, 43s. 7d.
Aggregate Averages of the Twelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales, for six
weeks succeeding 15th November, by which Importation is to be regulated in Great

Britain.
Wheat, 805. Od.-Rye, 59s. 2d.---Barley. 62. 1d.-Oats, 34s. 21.--Beans, 72s. 9d.-Pease, 72s. 101.

Oatmcal, 30s ld.-Rape Seed, 91s. 5d.

COMMERCIAL REPORT,

COLONIAL PRODUCE.--Sugars-Throughout the month, the demand for Musco. rades has been limited ; ard towards the close of last week, gave way considerably ; holders, however, will submit to no depression of prices. The stock of B. P. Sugar is now, in the London market, 8700 casks less than last year's at this time; the present prices rate 6d. par cwt. higher per average in the Gazette. The inquiries for refined have increased considerably, in anticipation of the spring shipments. In Foreign little business has been done. Cotton.-The prices of Cotton, particularly East India, which had been nominal for some weeks, have experienced a considerable depression. Other descriptions continue steady, with a moderate demand for export and home trade. Cafe. The demand continues steady. The stock in the London market is now 4500 tons, being 21A less than at this time last year; present prices, bus. per cwt higher. Run.—The market has been exceedingly heavy during the month ; and prices are entirely nominal. Tobuc. --The prices of this article are also nominal, there being no business doing. Oils.-The demand for Grenland has subsided ; and prices have ex. perienced a small reduction. Seed oils, and Spermaceti, are also to be purchased a shade lower. In other kinds no variation.

Er ROPEAN PRODUCE.-- Tallow still continues to fall in price, from 80s. the currency at our last publication, it had fallen so low as 71s. ; but has since obtained 73s. at which price holders remain firm. Hemp and Flac are still heavy, and little business doing.--Junuary 12.

Brilish Marufixtures.--We continue to receive gratifying accounts of the increase of the Glasgow Cotton Trade. In 1816, the total number of packages of cotton wool im. ported into that port was 41,918. In 1817 it was 50,170 ; and in 1818 it appears to have been no less than 62,145. There is, of course, a large stock of the article in hand, but the consumption has in the meanwhile inereased. In 1817, by the great start which Kas given to manufacturing industry, the consumption amounted to the large quantity of 46,507 packages. In 1818 it has even gone beyond that amount, and reaches to 47,232—a consumption, we apprehend, perfectly unparalleled. Among the imports, one class particularly deserves remark: we mean those from the East Indies. In 1816 there were none ; in 1817 there were 3382 packages; and in 1818 there were 6122, so rapidly has this new trade advanced.

By a statement published, of the increasing tride of the port of Leith, it appears, that every branch of navigation at that port has been improved during the year 1818, as compared with 1817. The increase of the foreign trade was 157 vessels inwards, and 84 outwards; that of the coasting trade was 239 vessels inwards, and 276 outwards.

With these testiinonies of the improving wealth of our northern part of the island, all tbe accounts which we receive from the southern agree. The iron works in particular, which two years ago were in so lamentable a state of distress, are now so well employed, that they cannot execute their orders.---January 16.

Course of Exchange, London, Jan. 12.--Amsterdam, 11:6. Ditto at sight, Il : 3.

Rotterdam, 11 : 7. Antwerp, ļl : 9. i Hamburgh, 33 : 9. Altona, 33 : 10. Paris, 3 days sight, 23 : 50). Bourdeaux, 23 : 80. Frankfort on the Maine, 140. Madrid, 39). Cadiz, 404. Gibraltar, 34. Leghom, 514. Genoa, 475 Lisbon, 58, Rin Janeiro, 05. Dublin, 98 per cent. Cork, 94 per cent.

Prices of Bullon per oz.-Portugal Gold in coin, L. 4: 3. Foreign Gold in bars, L. 4:3. New Doubloons, L:4:1:6. New dollars, L.0:5:55 Silver in bars, Standard, L.0: 5:55.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey 235.--Cork or Dublin 25s. --Belfast 25s. 30s.-Hamburgh 30s.-- Madeira 20s. 253. Jamaica 3gs. Weckły Prices of the Public Funds, frum December 16, 1813, to January 13, 1819.

Dec. 16th. Dec. 23d. Dec. 30th. Jan. 6ch. Jan. 13the

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