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Edinburgh Gazette

31/10/1809

Printer / Publisher: Alex Lawrie & Co 
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Date of Article: 31/10/1809
Printer / Publisher: Alex Lawrie & Co 
Address: Edinburgh
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 1704
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( No. 1704. ) j v/ Gs/ v^ PUBLISHED BY AUTHOR ITT. - 1 • •• FROM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, to TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1809. BY THE KINO. A PROCLAMATION, For pardoning all Seamen and Marines who may at any time have deserted from his Ma- jesty'' s Service, GEORGE R. Whereas we are desirous to mark the fiftieth anniversary of our accession to the throne, by extending our pardon to all seamen and marines who may at any time have deserted from our service previous to the issuing of this our royal proclamation : We have thought fit, by and with the advice of our Privy Council, to pub- lish this our royal proclamation, and do hereby accordingly grant our most gracious pardon to all such seamen as may at any time have desert- ed from any of our ships or vessels of war : And we do hereby further grant our most gracious pardon to all marines who may at any- time have deserted from our service ; and we do hereby declare, that all such seamen and marines, whe- ther surrendering themselves, or not. or who having deserted, are now belonging to some of our ships or vessels of w^ r, or are at the head- quarters of our royal marine forces, or are be- longing to recruiting parties of the said forces, shall be released, and discharged from all pro- secutions, imprisonments, and penalties, com- menced or incurred by reason of such desertion ; and that all such seamen or" marines who have not, before the issuing of this our royal proclam- ation, surrendered themselves, nor entered on board our ships or vessels, nor joined the head- quaiters or recruiting parties of the royal marines, shall, nevertheless, receive our free pardon, without condition of further service, or being required to join any of our ships, or tfce head- quarters or recruiting parties above mentioned ; but that such pardon shall not entitle the said deserters, whether seamen or marines, to any arrears of pay, or to any prize- money forfeited by such desertion ; and we do further declare, that such free pardon shall not extend to any seamen or marines who shall desert from any of our ships or vessels, or from marine quarters or recruiting parties, after the 24th day of this in- stant October. Given at our Court at the Queen's Palace, the 18th day of October 1809, in the 49th year of our reign. — CCD SAVE THE KING. ' PROCLAMATION, For pardoning Deserters from his Majesty's Land Forces. WAR- Otricc, Octohr 14,1809. Whereas it has been most humbly submitted to the King, whether, on the joyful occasion of his Majesty entering into the fiftieth year of his reign, it might not be desirable to distin- guish so memorable an epoch by an act of grace to all deserters ; and his Majesty having graciously approved of his free pardon being extended to all such deserters from his land forces as shall deliver themselves up within two months from the 25th instant: These are pub- licly to declare his Majesty's benevolent inten- tion ; and to direct that all deserters, surrender- ing themselves to the Commanding Officer of any regiment, or to any of the superintending Field Officers of the recruiting service, whose stations are mentioned in the margin here- Durham. of; to the Commandant of the army Carlisle. depot in the Isle of Wight; or, Leeds. where there is no military post, to Manchester, a Magistrate, shall be pardoned, Nottingham, and they are hereby pardoned ac- Ipswich. cordingly. Shrewsbury. Such deserters, if from the re- Birmingham. gular forces, being able- bodied Hereford. men, and fit for service, shall be Bedford. sent to the regiments from which Maidstone, they respectively deserted, or be Gloucester, appointed to such regiments in Southampton, the united kingdom as his Ma. Wellr. jesty may be pleased to command j London. and, when so placed, shall not be liable to be claimed by any other corps to which they may formerly have belong, ed : and if from the militia, shall be sent to the regiments to which they respectively belonged. And whereas many of the said deserters may have inlisted in other corps, and are now serv- ing therein, his Majesty is graciously pleased to extend to such deserters the benefit of this pard- on } and to direct that they shall continue to serve in the corps wherein they now are, upon declaring themselves to their respective Com- manding Officers, on or before the period above mentioned : and they shall not be liable, at any future time, to be " Claimed by the regiments in which they formerly served. The Magistrate to whom any deserter, as above, may surrender himself, is authorized and required to certify the day on which such de- serter surrendered himself; which certificate is to continue in force until the arrival of the de- serter at the nearest military post, provided he proceed at the rate of ten miles a- day, unless prevented by sickness, to be certified, by some medical practitioner, on the back of the Magi- strate's certificate ; or to be otherwise proved, to the satisfaction of the officer commanding at sucli military post. His Majesty has been further pleased to di- rect, that deserters now actually in confinement as such, shall have the benefit of this his royal pardon. By his Majesty's command, GRANVILLE LEVESON GOWER. WHITEHALL, OCTOBER 28, 1809. The King has been pleased to present the Reverend James Kiyden to the church ana pa~ Price Sixpence Halfpenny, 28o THE " E D I N B U R G H G A Z E T T E . 279 rish of Fettercairn, in the presbytery of For- doun, and county of Kincardine, vacant by the death of Mr Robert Foote, late minister there. The King has been pleased to constitute and appoint the Right Honourable Henry John Viscount P.< Lnerston to be his Majesty's Se- cretary at War. CARLTON- HOUSE, OCTOBER 2$, 1809. The Prince of Wales has been pleased to appoint Andrew Bain, M. D., of Qurzon Street, to be one of his Royal Highness's Physicians Extraordinary, in the room of Sir John Mac- namara Hayes, Baronet, deceased. WAR- OFFICE, OCTOBER 24, 1809. His MAJESTT has been pleased to appoint LIEUTENANT- GENERALS Robert Donkin, James Balfour, Sir James Duffe, Knight, Henry Lord Mul- grave, Grice Blakenay, to be GENERALS in the army. MAJOR- GENERALS George Elliot, Baldwin I. igh- tol), Richard Chapman, John Coffin, Richard Arm- strong, John Murray, Sir Charles Green, Baronet, Wil- liam St Leger, Richard Northey Hopkins, Thomas Hartcup, to be LIEUTENANT- GENERALS in the army. COLONELS John Hamilton, of the 8ist foot; Robert Dudley Blake, on half- pay of the 8th garrison battalion; John Barnes, royal invalid artillery; Robert Douglas, royal artillery; Honourable Robert Meade, of the 31st foot; William Houston, of the 58th foot; John Prinie, of the 6th dragoons; George Michell, on half- pay of the 3tst light dragoons; Thomas Hislop, of the $ th West India regiment; John Macleod, of the royal ar- tillery ; Walter Cliffe, on half- pay of the 9th foot; Wil- liam Wynyard, of the royal West India rangers; Alex- ander Wood, on half- pay of the 120th foot; Alexander Dirom, of the 44th foot; Anthony Lewis Layard, on half- pay of the 54th foot; Thomas Earl of Elgin, on half- pay of a regiment of fencibles ; John Earl of Bread- albane, on half- pay of a regiment of fencibles; John Slade, of the ist dragoons; William Spencer, on half- pay of the 13d light dragoons; Samuel Graham, of the 27th foot; James Montgomery, of the 64th foot; Fre- deric Augustus Weatherall, of the Nova Scotia fen- cibles; William Wright, of the late royal Irish artil- lery ; John Daniel Arafein, ditto ; William Buchannan, ditto; Honourable William Lumley, on half- pay of the 3d garrison battalion; Robert Brereton, of the 63d foot; Moore Disney, of the ist regiment of foot guards; John Mackenzie, on half- pay of the 78th foot; Alex- ander Graham Stirling, on half- pay of the i22dfoot; William Thomas, of the 41st foot; John Michel, on half- pay of the 14th light dragoons, to be MAJOR- GENERALS in the army. LIEUTENANT- COLONELS Harry Chester, of the Coldstream. foot guards; Francis William Grant, on the half- pay of the 2d Argyll fencibl. es; Evan Lloyd, of the 17th light dragoons; G. Duncan Drummond, of the 24th foot; Matthew Sharpe, on half- pay of the ajjth light dragoons; John I. indsay, on half- pay of the 46th foot", David L. Tinling Weddrington, on half- pay of the 17th foot; Richard Blunt, of the 3d foot; Henry Bayley, of the Coldstream foot guards; Richard Hulse, of ditto; Francis Slater Rebow, of the ist regi- ment of life guards; George Leigh, of the 10th light dragoons; George Stracey Smith, of the 3d garrison battalion ; William Guard, of the 45th foot; Honour- able E. M. Pakenham, of the 7th foot; Henry M'Kin- non, of the Coldstream regiment of foot guards; Sir Thomas Richard Dyer, Baronet, of the royal York rangers ; Jame3 Wynch, of the 4 » h foot; Robert Rol- lo Gillespie, of the 25th light dragoons; Henry Cow- ran, of the royal regiment; Joseph Baird, of the 83d foot; William Wheatley, of the ist foot guards ; Wil- liam Henry P: ingle, Inspecting Field Officer of militia in Canada ; James Hare of the 22d light dragoons ; Oliver Thomas Jones, of the 18th light dragoons; Philip K. Skinner, of the j6th foot, to be COLONELS in the army. Lieutenant- Colonel Andrew Ross, of the 70th foot, to be AID DE £ AMP to the King. MAJORS John Potter Hamilton, of the 4th garrison battalion ; William Jones, of the 5th dragoon guards ; Bohun Shore, of the 4th dragoons; James R. Coates, of the 69th foot; William Johnson, of the 47th foot; Philip Vaumotel, of the 30th foot; Cavendish Sturt, of the 39th foot; Francis Dunne, of the 7th dragoon guards; James Magrath, of the 3d garrison battalion; Charles Darrah. of the 21st foot, to be LIEUTENANT- COLONELS in the army. CAPTAINS I. S. Ridge, of the 47th foot; Kane Bun- bury, of the 7th dragoon guards; Edward Dalling, of the Coldstream guards; William Eraser, of the 60th foot; I. T. Prentice, of the Cape regiment; Palms Westropp, of the royal marines ; De Villicy, of the royal foreign artillery ; John Edwards, of the 80th foot; Price Robins, of the 69th foot; Arthur Wilkin- son, of the 13th foot; John Goodridge. of the 62d foot; Philip Dorville, of the ist dragoons; John Currey, of the 6th foot; Charles O'Gorman, of the' iSth foot, to be MAJORS in the army. THE AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN or MUS- COVADO SUGAR, Computed from the Returns made in the Week ending the 25th day of October 1809, Is Fifty- tivo Shillings and Four Pence per Hundred Weight, Exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon 011 the Importation thereof into Great Bri- tain. BANKRUPTS. ( From the London Gazette. J Thomas Robson, of Bishop- Weremouth, Durham, ship- builder. Daniel Shaw, of Barnsley, York, mercer. Samuel Gosling, of Stockport, Chester, cotton- dealer, John Roscoe, of Liverpool, Lancaster, grocer. Samuel France, of Liverpool, Lancaster, butcher. Andrew Niner, of Totnes, Devon, grocer. Robert Hunt, of Nottingham, mercer and draper. Thomas George Alderson the younger, late of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, printer aud stationer. Charles Woodman, late of Chesham, Bucks, wine- mer- chant. John Webb, late of Great Portland Street, parish of St Mary- le- Bone, Middlesex, hatter and dealer in hard- ware. George Southcombe, of Bristol, cheese and butter- fac- tor. John Perkins, of Neath, Glamorgan, apothecary. John Pain, of Pekham, Surrey, bricklayer. Solomon Fisher, of Noble Street, Foster Lane, London, warehouseman. TO THE CREDITORS OF DANIEL M'INTOSH, Merchant in Killin. WILLIAM PATERSON, Merchant in Stirling, hereby intimates, that he is appointed Trustee upon the said Daniel M'Intosh's sequestrated estates; and his appointment having been confirmed by the Lord Ordinary officiating on the Bills, the Sheriff of Perthshire has fixed Thursday the 9th, and Monday the 27th days of November next, at n o'clock fore- noon each day, within the Sheriff- court- house of Dun- blane, for the public examination of the bankrupt, and others acquainted with his business, in terms of the Sta- tute. The Trustee likewise intimates, that a meeting of the Creditors is to be held within the house of Tho- mas Moir, brewer in Stirling, upon Tuesday the 28th day of November next, at 12 o'clock noon, for instruct- ing the Trustee as to the management and recovery of the estate, and for choosing Commissioners; at or pre- vious to which meeting, the Creditors are hereby re- quired to produce in the Trustee's hands their claims, and vouchers or grounds of debt, with their oaths on the verity thereof; with certification, that unless these productions are made between and the 4th day of July next, being ten months after the date of the sequestra- tion, the party neglecting shall have no share in the first distribution of the bankrupt's estate. Stirling, October 27, 1809. NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS or JOHN, ANDREW, and JAMES MILLERS, in Com- pany, Cattle dealers at Langriggs, County of Dum- fries. GEORGE RAE, of Newton, by Gratna, the Trus- tee upon the sequestrated estate of the said John, Andrew, and James Millers, in company, hereby gives notice, that his accounts have been audited by the Com- missioners ; and that a scheme of division of the sums recovered, with states of the outstanding funds, will re- main open, for inspection of the Creditors, or their agents, at his house at Newton foresaid, until the 29th day of November next; and the dividend will be paid on the Thursday thereafter. October 31, 1809. TO THE CREDITORS OF JOHN BELL, Ironmonger in Glasgow, and one of the Partners of the Company of Bell & M'Callum, Iron- mongers there. •" pi- IAT oa the application of the said John Bell, with -*- the requisite concurrence, Lord MEADOWBANK, Ordinary officiating on the Bills, on the 30th day of Oc- tober current, sequestrated his estate and effects, heritable and moveable, and appointed his Creditor^ to meet with- in the house of Donald M' Kay, vintner in Glasgow, upon Wednesday the 8th day of November next, at 14 o'clock noon, for the purpose of naming a Factor; and at the same place and hour, upon Wednesday the 29th day of said month of November next, to elect a Trus- tee. Edinburgh, October 31,1809. NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS On the sequestrated estate of ROBERT STUPART & CO., Merchants in Glasgow. DAVID KAY, Accountant in Glasgow, hereby in- timates to the Creditors, that the account of hi « intromissions as Trustee on the foresaid estate, has been audited and approved of by the Commissioners, which, with a state of the bankrupts affairs, and scheme of ranking and division, will lie in his hands, for inspection of the Creditors, until Tuesday the 5th December next; on which day, they are requested to call at his counting- room, Post- Office Court, Trongate, to receive a dividend. Glasgow, October 30, 1809. NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF WILLIAM WELCH, Baker in Alloa. MR DRUMMOND, the Trustee, requests a meet- ing of said Creditors, to be held within his writ- ing- office in Alloa, on Saturday the 12th of Novem- ber next, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of obtain- ing their authority for paying off an heritable debt, af- fecting the bankrupt's property, due to Hugh . Craw- ford, merchant in Dunblane. Alloa, October 28, 1809. NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF WILLIAM BURTON, Merchant in Tranent. AN adjourned meeting of the Creditors of the said William Burton is to he held within the Royal Exchange Coffeehouse, Edinburgh, upon Wednesday the 15th day of November next, at 2 o'clock afternoon, finally to dispose of the offer of composition, and to in- struct the Trustee. October 26, 1809. NOTICE. THE Copartnery carried on, under the firms of BRAID & ALEXANDER ; BRAID, ALEXAN- DER, & CO., Portsburgh and Canongate, was DIS- SOLVED on the 5th instant, with mutual consent. ANDw. BRAID. RICHd. ALEXANDER. ALEXR. ROBERTSON. JOHN TAYLOR. JAMES THOMSON, Witness, V THE E D I N B U R G H GAZETTE. 299 AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN, BY the Quarter of Eight WINCHESTER Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll of i4olb. AVOIRDUPOIS, fiora the Returns received in the Week ended the 21st of October 1809. INLAND COUNTIES. ' Districts. FIRST, SF. COND, THJRD, FOURTH, FIFTH, SIXTH, EIGHTH, NINTH, TENTH, Middlesex, - S'irrv. Hertford, Bedford, • Huntingdon, Northampton, Rutland, Leicester, - Nottingham, Derby, Stafford, Salop, Hereford, Worcester, - Warwick, - Wilts, Berks, Oxford, Bucks, Brecon, Montgomery, Radnor, Essex, Kent, . - » Sussex, Suffolk, Cambridge, - Norfolk, f Lincoln, \ York, - I Durham, ? Northumberland, | Cumberland, (. Westmorland, SFVFVTH J Lancaster, - BEVENTH, | CHESTER> . J" Flint, - | Denbigh, Anglesea, Caernarvon, . Merioneth, - Cardigan, - Pembroke, - Caermarthen, Glamorgan, - f Gloucester, - • J Somerset, (. Monmouth, - ELEYENTH, { Cornwall, fe : Aggregate Average, 107 115 101 101 99 tot t IC tC2 ic6 105 119 103 , c3 111 Wheat. . d. 10 4 4 c II 6 6 8 o o 5 3 5 6 tog 11 103 o 109 no 107 111 ic6 it; c 3 c 11 4 9 Wheat. 106 IO4 roi 94 95 92 100 91 85 87 99 no 103 98 d. 0 6 0 2 2 1 3 1 4 1 3 o 5 o 118 10 112 6 102 I 10 91 80 104 109 112 108 " 3 95 95 108 108 o 8 4 4 0 6 2 5 8 2 o 3 o 99 5 Jty s. d. > 8 6 c 59 6 63 2 72 0 76 c 64 0 62 0 67 4 ? 6 10 64 0 60 c 73 , 6 Barley, 46 51 10 47 49 49 54 58 57 57 4 o 2 3 o 5 6 59 11 63 53 63 63 5° 46 49 46 53 i° 60 o 8 11 1 10 7 6 8 1 7 Oats. Beans. S. d. S. d. 35 7 58 4 4o 4 66 0 36 4 58 3 36 6 64 0 32 8 57 c 36 0 58 0 39 0 37 6 62 1 37 0 64 4 39 8 68 8 39 11 7C 5 37 10 37 8 60 5 45 8 66 10 42 10 76 0 38 4 65 8 35 10 58 10 35 10 62 3 36 9 58 6 28 30 32 Pease. s. d. 59 56 6 3 c 58 64 5R 0 76 2 58 0 63 c 62 2 53 3 5 « 11 54 0 58 8 5* 3 56 10 5I 2 46 4 Oatmeal* s. d. 65 2 54 I° 48 1 58 10 69 2 77 5 69 s 5? 11 63 7 MARITIME COUNTIES. Rye. 54 60 d. O o 5l 5 58 10 55 1 63 4 58 11 63 6 67 8 76 o 62 Barley. OAFR. S. d. S. d. 52 3 37 3 45 3 37 0 52 0 34 6 47 8 3I 8 41 4 26 4 44 7 29 3 / ' 8 0 43 9 28 7 48 0 29 2 43 4 30 2 52 0 32 5 4 « c 3I 8 5I .6 32 11 67 4 3I 10 61 6 57 0 34 6 44 0 26 0 48 4 27 ' 0 57 0 29 2 24 0 43 9 20 6 52 1 17 9 59 8 39 9 64 0 32 7 59 2 3° 0 47 5 27 2 41 11 24 5 51 c * 3 « 0 52 4 37 3 50 5 3C c AVERAGE of ENGLAND and WALES. 103 10 | 62 10 | 52 4 | 33 2 | 61 2 Beans. S. d. 57 6 52 9 Pease. S. d. 56 6 61 6 86 0 68 0 Oatmeal. S. d. or - ff/ g'. S. d. 46 IC 56 8 48 0 59 4 61 11 7C O J 55 5 38 0 26 I 26 3 27 5 30 0 69 4 50 10 57 3 56 J 53 0 68 0 74 5 64 8 59 4 60 4 48 9 I 59 4 | 53 4 i t 28o T H E " E D I N B U R G H G A Z E T T E . 279 AVERAGE PRICES OF BRITISH" CORN IN SCOTLAND, By the Ouarter of Eight WINCHESTER Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll of I281bs. SCOTCH TROY, or I40LBS. Avoirdupois, of the Four Weeks immediately preceding the 15th of October 1809. District). COUNTIES. [ Fife, - Kinross, Clackmannan, Stirling, Linlithgow, 13th Edinburgh, ' Haddington Berwick, Roxburgh, Selkirk, Peebles, Dumfries, Wigton, Ayr, - _ _ Kirkcudbright 14th 15th 16 th Argyle Dumbarton, Lanark, Renfrew, _ Bute, : Orkney and Shetland, Caithness, Sutherland, » Ross and Cromarty Inverness, Nairn, Elgin, Banff, Aberdeen, Kincardine, Forfar, . Perth, Average of Scotland, Wheat. « . d. 93 89 7 105 8 95 6 93 1 105 1 97 ' 86 8 100 9 90 6 Rye. s. d. Barley. s. d. 37 6 Oats. s. d. 36 10 31 3 35 0 33 9 34 2 34 8 37 1 30 8 30 2 28 9 Beans. s. d. 52 10 Pease. s. d. 52 10 Oatmeal. s. d. 30 O 28 4 29 8 29 0 28 8 27 8 29 5 27 6 25 6 25 6 27 6 26 8 24 c 29 4 24 0 29 0 28 0 27 4 30 IC 26 8 Beer or Big. » . d. 32 6 4i 3 41 3 39 3 40 11 41 7 40 0 39 3 42 8 57 11 53 2 57 11 53 2 32 6 63 7 65 9 63 5 66 2 68 0 95 0 8c 0 92 0 92 0 36 8 48 0 25 4 32 0 29 8 - 33 4 42 0 64 0 64 0 53 4 79 8 94 3 94 0 49 39 1 37 4 3< S 7 28 0 43 8 65 0 40 9 65 0 45 0 No No No Evi- None 8c 0 Return. Return, dence. Sold. 48 0 41 2 37 6 38 3 28 9 28 5 26 8 26 0 28 0 29 6 3° 9 28 2 51 2 47 3 5i 2 54 6 5r 2 54 6 mmmmm 79 " 92 10 30 0 29 4 35 < 5 33 0 37 7 32 9 31 II 35 6 93 8 90 0 38 0 37 9 57 0 57 0 91 IC 49 2 40 11 32 8 57 * 57 9 27 10 38 3 Printed by ALEX. LAWRIE & CO. as authorized by his Majesty's Writer, Printer, and Publisher of the Edinburgh Gazette.
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