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statement above given, which may be General yesterday, a project of law was tried, assuming it to come from authority, presented for raising an additional loan of on its own internal evidence. After what fifteen millions of florins for the East. had occurred, it was a piece of great in India Colonies, to be guaranteed by the discretion, to say the least of it, unless a State, in the same manner as the precedprevious promise had been given, to be ing loan of twenty millions. -Brussels stow an appointment on the son of a man Paper, Nov. 5. who was placed in the late Dr. Back's peculiar situation. We believe, too, that
DINNER TO THE NEW PRESIDENT OF THE it is quite at variance with the uniform
BOARD OF CONTROL. practice of the Court of Directors, who, whenever appointments have been impro
A splendid private dinner was given by perly obtained, have taken most scrupu
the Court of Directors, on the 12th Nov. lous care to exclude all concerned, whe
to Lord Ellenborough, the President of
the Board of Control, at which were prether innocent or guilty, from the benefit of them. It will also strike every one at
sent the Duke of Wellington, Mr. Peel, all conversant with the affairs of the In
and others of his Majesty's Ministers. dia-House, as very extraordinary, if the
The speeches delivered on this occasion above is literally the state of the case, that
are of such importance, that we have taken the chairman of the court, on making the
measures to procure an authentic report proposition to bestow such appointment,
of tliem; on which account we are comshould find it negatived by ten votes to
pelled to defer particulars till next month. four, and that those who voted against it
THE HINDOSTAN WRECK. should betray their exultation at the event out of doors, as at a triumph gained. We
Messrs. Bell are going on successfully have no other desire, we repeat, than to
in weighing the effects lost in the Hindraw forth the truth, and may add, that
dostan Indiaman, twenty years ago, off our original notice of the affair is so far
the Reculvers; they have already recofrom having arisen out of any feeling of
vered 3,000 dollars, and about sixty tons disrespect towards the Court of Directors,
of copper. We understand the East-Inthat we were induced to mention it solely dia Company have authorized them to by a desire to uphold its very high cha- appropriate to their own use all they can racter. - Times, Nov. 17.
rescue from the deep.-Kent Herald.
MR. WYNN'S PRIZE WRITERSHIPS.
PROMOTIONS AND CHANGES Oxford, Oct. 3. --- In a convocation IN THE BRITISH ARMY. holden this afternoon, the honorary de
(SERVING IN THE EAST.) gree of Master of Arts was conferred on 13th L. Drags. Cornet R. Gethin to be lieut. by George Cotes, scholar of Trinity College, purch., v. Strange prom., and R. S. Forlong to be the successful candidate for a writership in
cornet by purch., v. Gethin (both 21 Nov. 28).
3d Foct. Surg. Alex. Macqueen, from Ceyl. Regt., India, given by the Right Hon. C. W. W. to be surg., v. Ivory dec. (4 Sept). Wynn, as a prize for competition among 6th Foot. W. F. Jekyll to be ens. by purch, v. the junior members of the university.
Dillon prom. in 60th F. (28 Aug). Mr. Wynn having offered another wri.
30th Foot. Surg. W. P. O'Reilly, from 56th F.,
to be surg, v. R. Pearce, who rets, on h. p. (11 tership as a similar prize for competition Sept. 28). among the junior members, it was unani.. 58th Foot. Lieut. R. Hutton, from h. p. 6th mously agreed in the same convocation,
W.I. Regt., to be lieut., v. R. T. Fletcher, who
exch. (21 Nov.). that the thanks of the University be re
59th Foot. Assist.Surg. R. Lawder, from 98th F., turned to Mr. Wynn for this additional to be surg. v. Hume dec. (21 Nov.) mark of his liberal attention, and that his 97th Foot. Assist. Surg. W. Austin to be surge, offer of the writership be accepted.
V. Š. Freer, who rets. on h. p. (21 Nov.)
Ceylon Regt. Alexander Johnstone to be 2d
lieut., v. Woodford dec. (25 Sept.); Staff Assist. EAST-INDIA HOUSE,
surg. W. H. Young to be surg., v. Mecqueen
prom. in 3d F. (4 Sept.) The Court of Directors have given notice that the transfer books of the Com
INDIA SHIPPING. pany's stock will be shut on the 4th Dec. at three o'clock, and opened again on
Arrivals. the 15th Jan. following; and that the di
Oct. 26. Eclipse, Duncan, from South Seas and
Mauritius; at Gravesend.27. Timor, Ford, from vidend warrants on the said stock due on South Seas and Cape of Good Hope; at Deal.-. the 5th Jan, next, will be ready to be de
Nov. 4. Zephyr, Fleming, from Batavia 9th June; livered on the 15th of the same month.
off Portsmouth (for Antwerp).-6. Lion, M.Leod,
from N. S. Wales 31st May; at Deal.-14. H.M.S. The Court have also given notice that Champion, Delme, from Penang 16th June, and a quarterly General Court will be held on
Mauritius 10th Aug. ; at Portsmouth.-14. Norfolk, the 17th Dec. next, for the purpose of
Redman, from Bengal 8th June; at Portsmoutt.
-17. Bolivar, Winder, from Bombay 2d July; at declaring a dividend from Midsummer last Liverpool.-17. Candian, Reed, from Bengal 9th to Christmas next.
July; off Portsmouth.-17. Cape Packet, Dixon, from N. S. Wales 30th May; at Liverpool.-17.
Hindostan, Rimmer, from Singapore 22d Jure, NETHERLANDS INDIA.
and Batavia 19th July; off Portsmouth.-17.
Fanny, Kemp, from South Seas and ('ape of he Second Chamber of the States Good Hope 8th Aug. ; at Deal.--18. Genera?
Palmer, Truscott, from Madras 21st July; off Crew and passengers and part of the baggage Portsmouth.--18. Recovery, Paterson, from Bom-' bay 16th July; off Penzance.-19. Calista, Hawkins,
saved by the boats of the Mary, Shuttleworth, from V. D. Land 5th July; off Portsmouth.-20.
bound to N.S.Wales. Rising Star, Gillies, from Bombay 26th July; off The Arethusa, Johnson, from London to BataMargate.--20. Annandale, Steel, from Bombay
via, put into Lisbon on the 31st Oct., with loss of 18th July; off Portsmouth.-21. Columbine, Richardson, from Cape of Good Hope 2d Sept.; off
foremast and main-topmast. Margate.-21. Archibald, Martin, from Mauritius The Frince Regent, Scott, from Liverpool to 17th May, and Cape of Good Hope 7th Sept.; at Bombay, struck on the Kish Bank, 6th Nov., but Deal.--23. Henry, Binney, from Cape of Good got off and put into Kingstown that evening, Hope 2d Sept. ; at Deal.
making a great deal of water. She was taken to Departures.
Dublin on the 12th to undergo repair. Oct. 28. Robarts, Corbyn, for Bengal; from The Philip Dundas, Scarvall, from the MauriPlymouth.--28. Euphemie, Rousseau, for Bour tius, was totally wrecked at Port Elizabeth, Algoa bon and Mauritius ; from Liverpool.-31. H.M.S.
Bay, on the 19th Aug., during a heavy gale at Jasseur, Lyons, for Cape and Mauritius ; from
S.E. Two of the crew drowned. Plymouth. - 31. Thompson, Hobbs, for N. S. Wales; from Deal.-Nov. 1. Edward, Gilbert, for The Bride, Brown, from London to Bombay, Cork and N. S. Wales (with convicts); from Deal. parted in Table-Bay, Cape of Good Hope, during -3. Prince Regent, Scott, for Bombay; from a gale from N.W. on the 20th Aug., and went on Liverpool.-3. Caroline, Brown, for N. S. Wales; from Deal.-3. Cornelia, Dorit, for Mauritius :
shore near the jetty, but was afterwards got off. from Liverpool.-6. Lord Melville, Brown, for She sustained but little damage. N. S. Wales (with convicts); from Deal.-7. Newton, Rising, for Batavia ; from Deal.-10. Jane, Elsworthy, for N.S. Wales ; from Deal.-10. Saucy
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND Jack, Kent, for N.S. Wales; from Deal.-11. Eliza, Dixon, for Bombay; from Deal.--14. Maria,
DEATHS. Steel, for St. Helena and Cape of Good Hope; from Portsmouth.-15. Flinn, Phillipson, for Cape
BIRTHS of Good Hope ; from Deal.-18. Mellish, Vincent, Aug. 10. At Port Louis, Mauritius, the lady of and Princess Royal, Sherwood, both for N.S. the Hon. Lieut. Sir Charles Colville, governor, of Wales (with convicts); from Deal.-18. Spartan, a daughter. Eves, for Bengal; from Liverpool. - 19. Don Oct. 13. At Raigmore House, near Inverness, caster, Middleton, for N. S. Wales; from Deal. the lady of Alex. Mackintosh, Esq., late of Bom22. Elizabeth, Collins, for N. S. Wales; from bay, of a son, which survived but a few hours. Deal.
18. At Cheltenham, the lady of Thos. Barnard, of the Bombay civil service, of a daughter.
28. At Arthurstone, Perthshire, the lady of J. PASSENGERS FROM INDIA.
M. Macnabb, Esq., of the Bengal civil service, of Per Lion, from N. S. Wales : Doctors France,
a daughter. Smith, and M'Ternan, R.N.; Lieut. Belcher, 31. At Clapton, the lady of Capt. Haviside, of R.N.; Mr. Melville; Mr. Dawson; Mr. Sadler ;
the Hon. E. I. Company's service, of a daughter. Mr. Stowell.
Nov. 9. At Islington, the lady of Mr. Wm.
Tucker, commander of the East-India ship Lady Per Alligator, from Madras : Mr. Wm. Lewis,
Raffles, of a daughter. second officer of the H. C. ship Lady Melville.
Per Norfolk, from Bengal : Rev. Mr. Ardlington, Mrs. Ardlington, and three children; Mr. and Mrs.
MARRIAGES. Richards and one child; Mrs. E. Watson, Miss
Oct. 21. At Perth, Jas. Rollo, Esq., 59th regt., Alsop; Mr. Blunt, civil service; Rev. Mr. Birrel.
to Agnes, only daughter of the late Arch. Dow, -From St. Helena : Capt. J. Fairfax, of the St.
Esq., of the Hon. E. I. Company's service. Helena Packet; Lieut. Blair, R.N.; Mr. Jack
Nov. 4. At Bonnington Lodge, Allan Stewart, son; Mr. Montgomery; Mr. Rummin ;-(the Rev.
captain 3d Buffs, to Anna, daughter of the late Mr. Ogilvy died on 19th June of dropsy).
M. Fortune, Esq. Per H. M. S. Champion, from Penang, &c. : 6. At the New Church, Mary-le-bone, William Lieut. E. E. Gray; Lieut. Edw. Seymour.
Henry, second son of Wm. Simpson, Esq., of Per General Palmer, from Madras : Wm. Prit Milton, near Peterborough, to Ann Strachey, chard, Esq., Medical Board; Mrs. Pritchard ; daughter of the late John Strachey, Esq., of the Miss and two Masters Pritchard; Rev. E. Hoole; Bombay civil service. Maj. Osborne; Capt. Abbot and lady; Capt. Wil 8 At St. George's Church, Hanover Square, H. son and lady; Mrs. Stewart; Miss Hawkey; Capt.
M. Boodle, Esq., second son of the late Edw. Griffiths; Lieut. Gould; Lieut. Trevor; Lieut. Boodle, Esq., of Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, MacCartney ; Dr. Bryden; three Masters Hawkey. to Fanny, third daughter of Chas. Dumergue,
Esq., of Albemarle-treet. Per Rising Star, from Bombay: Capt. Pollock,
- At All Soul's Church, Mary-le-bone, Charles Madras army; Capt. T. Buchanan, late superintendent of the Bombay Marine; Capt. Fre
Augustus Lord Howard de Walden, to the Lady
Lucy Cavendish Bentinck, third daughter of the derick, Bombay engineers; Lieut. Newlin, H.M.
Duke of Portland. 4th L. Dr.; Lieut. Harris, and Assist. Surg. Phil
- At Edinburgh, Alex. Callendar, Esq., assist. lipson, Bombay N.I.
surg. 45th regt., to Jane, only daughter of Mr. Per Tranmere, from V. D. Land for Hull;
G. Inglis, sen., leather-factor.
DEATHS. and Mrs. C. Steel.
July 6. On his passage to India, George, third Per Calista, from V. D. Land : Mrs. W. Cum
surviving son of the late Hon. Geo. Winn, M.P., mings, Dr. Hood; Mr. C. Seale ; Mr. W. Robin
of Warley-Lodge, county of Essex, aged 16. son ; Mr. King ; Mr. Burns.
Sept. 24. At Madeira, the Hon. Capt. Canning, Per Columbine, from the Cape of Good Hope: eldest son of the late Right. Hon. Geo. Canning, Mr. J. D. Jackson, merchant ; Mr. W. Townsend, and commander of H.M.'s sloop Alligator. third officer of the late ship Padang.
Oct. 27. At Kensington, Mrs. Reid, wife of J. Per Henry, from the Cape of Good Hope: Mr.
R. Reid, Esq., of Bombay, in her 45th year. Van Derbury, owner of the Padang ; Mrs. Van Nov. 14. At Beverley, aged 24, C. P. P. Stewart, Derbury and family; Mr. Geo. Scriven, and other Esq., of the Ceylon civil service, eldest son of passengers of the Padang.
Chas. Stewart, Esq., formerly of the 28th Foot.
15. At Wotten-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, Mr. S. P. Brunsdon, late of Calcutta, in his 28th year.
16. In Connaught Square, W H. Torriano, MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.
Esq., of the Hon. £. I. Company's civil service, in The Letitia, from Cork to New South Wales,
his 80th year. struck on the rocks of St. Jago, Cape de Verds,
17. In Sydney Street, City_Road, Lieut. Col
John Duff, late of the Hon. E. I. Company's ser. 1! t'i Aug., and was wrecked the following day: vice, in his 77th year.
LIST of SHIPS trading to INDIA and Eastward of the CAPE of GOOD HOPE.
284 C. H. Turner and Co. W. Spottiswoode E. I. Docks J. Pirie & Co., Freeman's-ct., Cornhill.
427 Robert Brooks.. John W. Phillips St. K. Docks Gledstanes and Co., and R. Brooks.
474 Thomas Ferguson Michael O'Brien. St. K. Docks E. Read, Riches-court, Lime-street.
Benj. Freeman.... W. I. Docks John Lyney, jun. [Brinley. 27 Clyde
491 Fairlie, Bonham, & Co. D. M. Munro ... E. I. Docks Wm. Abercrombie, & Co. & John S.
G. Truscott, Cornhill.
E. I. Docks Hunter and Co., Old Broad-street.
John Mitcalf .... W. I. Docks Lyall and Greig, and E. and A. Rule.
500 Jacob and Andrews
Richard L. Laws City Canal.. Arnold and Woollet, Clements-lane.
H. Thompson W. I. Docks Buckles and Co., Mark-lane.
R. Louthean W. I. Docks Lyall & Greig, & Barber, Neate, & Co.
343 John Chapman & Co. Thos. Johnson Lon. Docks J. Chapman & Co., & W. Buchannan.
Peter Wildredge.. W. I. Docks Gledstanes & Co. Leadenhall-street.
1. I. Docks John Lyney, jun., Birchin-lane. 31 Elphinstone 450 Geo. Joad and Co. Wm. Richardson W. I. Docks Thos. Surflen, George-yard. 5 Maria..
400 Thornton and West John Ruurds W. I. Docks John S. Brinley, Rood-lane. - Carnavon 222 Robert King
R. Winspear W. I. Docks R. King, Commercial Sale Rooms. 1 Guardian 203 W. D. Dowson
D. Dowson W. I. Docks W.D.Dowson & W. Buchanan, & Co. 5 Kerswell
204 Kerswell and Co. E. S. Armstrong.. Lon. Docks Charles Home, Birchin-Jane.
180 Edm. Henderson H. E. Henderson Lon. Docks L. Swainson, Nag's Head-court.
James Walmsley. Lon. Docks Walter Buchanan.
238 Richard Mount Josiah Middleton Lon. Docks John Marshall.
382 John Campbell ..... William Hudson Lon. Docks Wm. Robertson, Crutched-Friars. -Prince Regent
395 Buckles and Co....... Chas. Mallard .... St. K. Docks Buckles and Co. 10 Vibilia 15 Harvey
360 Robert Stephenson .... Robt. Stephenson Lon. Docks R. T. Wade, London-street. 280 Samuel Moates ........ Daniel Peache.... Lon. Docks L. Swainson.
Shawls-Damask Crape Shawls—Damasks.
For Sale 9 December - Prompt 6 March. including Private-Trade, 8,000,000 lb. son-Skin, 1,050,000 tb.; Hyson, 250,000 tb.- Total, and Souchong, 5,600,000 lb. ; Twankay and HyTea.- Bohea, 1,100,000 ib. ; Congou, Campoi,
For Sale 1 December-Prompt 27 February. AT THE EAST-INDIA HOUSE. GOODS DECLARED FOR SALE
Company's. — Blue Longcloths — Blue Sallam-
NY'S SHIP lately arrived.
EAST-INDIA COMPANY'S SHIPS, of the Season 1828-9, with their Managing vwners, volanus,
Asiatic Journ. VOL. 26. No. 156.
£. a. d.
0 18 0 1 1 0 90 0 1 10 16 0
Indigo, Blue..... .lb 096 £. 8. d. £. $. d.
Blue and Violet.
0 99 Coffee, Java cwt
Purple and Violet. 090 Cheribon. 1 16 0 1 19 0
0 7 6 Sumatra
1 14 0 1 16 0 Violet and Copper 0 7 0 Bourbon
0 6 9 Mocha
3 5 0 5 15 0 Consuming sorts 0 5 0 Cotton, Surat.
0 0 4 0 0 6 Oude good and fine 0 4 6 Madras
0 0 4
Low and bad Oude 0 0 4 Bourbon 0 0 7 0 0 10
0 2 4 Drugs & for Dyeing.
Do. mid. ord. and bad
0 17 0 Borax, Refined.. 2 10 0 3 0 0 Safflower
2 0 0 Unrefined, or Tincal
0 15 0 Camphire 7 2 0 8 5 0 Saltpetre
1 5 6 Cardamoms, Malabar.. tb 096 010 0 Silk, Bengal Skein Ib Ceylon 0 1 0 0 1 6
0 16 0 Cassia Buds cwt. 5 0 0 6 0 0
0 16 2
0 18 5 Castor Oil .th 0 1 0 0 1 6 Spices, Cinnamon.
0 4 () Dragon's Blood. cwt. 4 0 0 - 20 00
013 Gum Ammoniac, lump., 2 0 0 5 0 0
0 2 8
cwt. 0 16 6
3 0 0 - 50 00 Pepper, Black .tb003
0 0 8
.cwt. 1 100
Siam and China
1 10 0
1 1 0 Kino.. 9 0 0 12 00 Tea, Bohea....
0 2 3
0 3 5
0 3 0
0 2 4
0 3 4
0 2 2
0 3 10
0 3 10
0 4 8
1 8 0 Opium
Wood, Sanders Red....ton 900 Rhubarb
0 1 6 0.50 Sal Ammoniac ......cwt. 2 12 0 3.0 0
AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. Senna
.th 0 0 9 0 2 0 Oil, Southern ..........tun 23 0 0 Turmeric, Java cwt. 1 8 0 1 10 0 Sperm..
tb 02 0 Galls, in Sorts
3 00 4 0 0 Wood, Blue Gum ......ton 0 0 4
1 2 6 1 1 8 0 19 9 0 79 0 2 6 06 0 0 3 4 0 17 6
0 0 11 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 18 0 0 1 11 0 3 5 0 4 7 0 3 0 3 04
0 5 0 4 2 0 5 6 2 14 10 00
DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS, from 26 Otctober to 25 November.
Bank 3 Pr. Ct. 3 Pr.Ct. 34 Pr.Ct. 3}Pr.Ct. N. 4Pr.C. l. Long India India Exch. Oct.
Stock. Red. Consols, Consols. Red. Ann. Annuities. Stock. Bonds. Bills. 27 85,85861863 941 941943 1017102
86 87p 75 76p 29 20819 85,853 8686% 94395 94,95 102 102 19 193 23596) 85 86p 74 75p 30 209 10 85386 86 86% 95% 951947 102 102 194191
87 88p 74 76p 31 2091 4 854853,86386; 941947 94194102102 197197 236 7 87 88p 75 76p Nov. 3 209 85385} 861868 9419410241023 194 192 237 86 87p 75 778 853858 86186 941941 941944 1024102 19 19
85 86p 75 76p 7 208 9 85,855 86386) 945 949941 102 102194 1956
86p 75 76p 858857 86.865 94194; 102 102 194 195 238 86p 75 76pl 11 208) 863 864863944943 94 95 102/1023 19 1978 85 86p 75 76p 12 208 985186186286% 95 94/95 102 102193197 2384 85 86p 75 76p 13 2084 9861863 867871 951 951 102 1027 197619
75 76p 14 | 2093 863864 86787195495951954 102102; 1976 193
175 76p 863 86487 95 1021102 197
87 88p 75 778 86386} 871871 95495} 102/103 1916 191 242 86 88p76 77p 18
86386} 873873954953 951952 102 103 1918 191 242 S 87 88p 76 77p 19 2091 4861865 871 951 954951 102 103 1976 191 84 87p 74 76p 20 2081 864 86487 95 947941023102; 1976 19 2424 84p 72 75p 21 209 857 86 863868 95 94495 10231021 192 193 242 77p 65 70p 22 2081 9 859854 863861 94%94% 94%94% 102 102 1933 193241 74 75p 64 66p 24 207 8 854853 85386}| 93794 101 1919% 240 70p 48 58p 25 207 8 8585%
48 52p 45 55p
E. Exton, Stock Broker, 2, Cornhill, and Lombard Street.