mander-in-Chief of all his Majesty's land agent and consul general in the islands forces in the United Kingdom.-Lord of Madeira. Mulgrave, Vice Admiral Sir R. Bicker- MAY 6.-Whilehall.-Michael Seyton, Robert Ward, Esq., Viscount Pal- mour of High Mount, in the county of merston, James Buller, Esq., Rear Ad- Cork, &c., created a Baronet of the Unimiral W. Domet, and Robert Moorsom, ted Kingdom. Esq., appointed commissioners for exe- 8. Foreign Office --Robert Adair, cuting the office of High Admiral in the Esq., appointed to be his Majesty's amUnited Kingdom and its dependencies. bassador extraordinary and plenipoten-The Rev. George Gordon, appointed tiary at the Sublime Ottoman Porte; and to the Deanery of Exeter.

Stratford Canning, Esq., to be secretary 28. Whitehall.---Lieutenant-General to that embassy. Sir D. Baird, Knight, created a Baronet. Edinburgh.-Thomas Henderson, Esq.

APRIL 1-Whitehall.Rear Admiral appointed city chamberlain by the town Sir Samuel Hood, K. B., created a Ba- council. ronet.

10. Council Chamber, Edinburgh.4. Whitehall.— The Right Hon. Fran- The Rev. Dr William Ritchie elected to cis Lord Napier appointed to be his be professor of divinity in the UniversiMajesty's high commissioner to the Ge- ty, in the room of the deceased Dr Anneral Assembly of the Church of Scot- drew Hunter. - The Rev. Alexander land.

Brunton to be translated from the New 8. Whitehall.Archibald Campbell, Greyfriar's Church to the Tron Church Esq., appointed one of the Lords of Ses- of Edinburgh, vacant by the death of the sion in Scotland, in the room of Sir said Dr Hunter. William Nairn, Baronet, resigned.

15. Downing Street.-Lieutenant-Ge 12. Queen's Palace.--Hugh Elliot, neral Edward Morrison, appointed to be Esq., appointed captain general and go- Commander-in-Chief of his Majesty's vernor in chief of his Majesty's Leeward forces in Jamaica and its dependencies. Caribee Islands in America.- Robert 27. Whitehull.-James Clerk, Esq., Moorson, Esq., appointed a Lord of the Advocate, appointed one of the Barons Admiralty, in room of William Hope, of Exchequer in Scotland, vice ArchiEsq., resigperl.

bald Cockburn, Esq., resigned.—William 21. Whitehall. ---James Sedgwick, Rae, Esq., Advocate, to be Sheriff DeJames Jackson, and Samuel Rose, Esqrs., puteof Edinburgh, vice James Clerk, Esq., appointed to be Commissioners of Ex- promoted. cise in Scotland, in the room of James June 6.-hitehall.-- William ErStoddart, Robert Graham, Esqrs., and Sir skine, Esq., Advocate, appointed Sheriff John Stewart, Baronet, removed. Depute of the Shire of Orkney and Zet

26. Whitehall.-Lieut.-General Geo. land, in room of William Rae, Esq., proBeckwith, appointed one of the Knights moted.-James Ferguson, Esq., to be companions of the most Hon. Order of one of the advocates depute in the room the Bath,

of said William Erskine, Esq.-Sir Ru29. Foreign Office.—Marquis Welles- pert George, Knight, Ambrose Serle, ley, Knight of St Patrick, appointed am- James Bowen, Esqrs., the Hon. 'John bassador extraordinary and plenipoten- Douglas, John Barness, M. D., and the tiary to Ferdinand Vil., and to reside in Hon. Courtenay Boyle, appointed com. that character at the seat of the Central missioners for conducting the transport or Supreme Junta in Spain.-Frederick service, for the care of sick and woundLindeman, Esq., to be his Majesty's con- ed scamen, and of prisoners of war. sul in the Portuguese dominions in South 10. Downing Street. The Hon. John America.—John Lempriere, Esq., to be Broderick appointed to be Governor and his Majesty's consul to the province of Commander-in-Chief of Martinique. Permanhucco, in the said dominions.- Foreign Office.-Bartholomew Frere, Henry Veitch, Esq., to be his Majesty's Esq., appointed to be secretary to his Majesty's embassy in Spain.-Robert Fa- jor, Esq, appointed to be Secretary of gan, Esq., to be his Majesty's consul at Legation at Lisbon. Sicily and Malta.

OCT. 2.- Horse Guards.--Lieutenant20. Whitehall—The Hon. Henry Sed. Colonel H. Torrens of the 39th regiment, ley appointed Master of bis Majesty's appointed Military Secretary to the comRobes, in the room of Earl Harcourt, mander-in-chief. resigned.

6. Downing Street.-Alexander JohnJULY 1.-Whitehull.The Right Hon. ston, Esq., appointed Chief Justice of Granville Leveson Gower appointed to Ceylon. be his Majesty's Secretary at War. 7. War-Office-His Serene Highness

14. Whitehall --Benjamin Sydenham, William Duke of Brunswick Oels, apEsq., appointed a commissioner for ma- pointed Lieutenant-General, with temnaging his Majesty's Revenue of Excise. porary rank in the army.

18. Whitehüll. The Right Hon. Dud- 17. Whitehall.The Rev. Gerrard ley, Baron Harrowby, raised to the dig Andrews, D. D. appointed Dean of Canvity of Viscount and Earl of the United terbury. Kingdom, by the titles of Viscount San- 18. Queen's Palace.— The Right Hon. don of Sandon in Staffordshire, and Earl W. Wellesley Pole sworn as a member Harrowby in Lincolnshire.

of the Privy Council. 91. Whitehall.

-George Kekewich, 2. Whitehall.-The Rev. Charles H. Esq., appointed his Majesty's Advocate- Hall, D. D. appointed Dean of Christ General at the Cape of Good Hope. Church, Oxford.

AUG. 26.—Whitehull.-- The Right 28. Queen's Palace. - The Right Hon. Hon. Lieut.-General Sir Arthur Welles- Richard Ryder sworn as one of his Maley, K. B. created Baron and Viscount

of jesty's principal Secretaries of State, and the United Kingdoın, by the titles of Ba- Viscount Palmerston sworn of the Privy ron Douro of Wellesley, in the county of Council. Somerset, and Viscount Wellington of 31. Whitehall.-Joseph Phillimore, Talavera, and of Wellington in said L. L. D., appointed professor of Civil county.

Law, Oxford, in room of Dr French Lau29, Whitehall.—Sir Rupert George,

rence, deceased. of Park Place, Knight, &c., created a Nov. 7.Whitehall.- The Rev. WilBaronet of the United Kingdom. liam Howley, D. D., appointed Regius

SEPT. 2.--William Hamilton, Esq., Professor of Divinity in the University of appointed Under Secretary of State Oxford. for Foreign Affairs, in the room of the 14. Whitehall.—Robert Dundas, Esq., Hon. Charles Bagot.-Deputy purveyor W. S., appointed conjunct clerk of the MI‘Whirter to be Purveyor of the forces. Bills, in the office of Register Rolls in -Assistant Surgeon Jones, Hospital Scotland, in room of Robert Anstruther, Mates Courtenay, Graham, and Brown, Esq., deceased. to be apothecaries to his Majesty's forces. The Board of Excise have appointed

16. Whitehall.-Major-General John James Bruce, Esq., to be their agent in Cope Sherbrooke, appointed one of the the courts of Session and Justiciary. Knights Companions of the Bath.--Also 15. Archibald Campbell of BlythsFrancis W. Grant, Esq., to be Lord Lieu- wood, Esq., elected Lord Rector of the tenant and Sheriff Principal of the shire University of Glasgow. of Inverness, in the room of Sir James 22. Queen's Palace.-Jere Homfrey of Grant, Bart., resigned.

Landaff House, Glamorganshire, ap27. Queen's Paluce.—John (Dr Ran- pointed to the honour of Knighthood. dolph) now Lord Bishop of London, in Dec. 2.-Whitehall., William Alex room of the late Dr Porteous, was this ander and William Stamor, both of Dubclay sworn of his Majesty's most Hon. lin, Esqrs., the latter Lord Mayor of said Privy Council, and took his seat. city, raised to the dignity of baronets.

30. Foreign Office-Louis Cassama- 3. Charles Richard Vaughan, Esq., ap

pointed to be his Majesty's Secretary of Gloucestershire, John Hodder MogLegation in Spain.

gridge, of Dymock, Esq. 6. Whitehull. Thomas Staines, Esq., Herefordshire, William Wall, of LeoR. N. raised to the honour of Knight minster, Esq. hood.

Hertfordshire, Edmund Darby, of Ash12. Foreign Office.-Sir Gore Ouse, ton House, Esq. ley, Bart., appointed mehinander to the Kent, Sir Brooke William Bridges, of Persian ambassador.

Goodneston, Bart. 14. Whitehull.-David Douglas, Esq., Leicestershire, Sir William Manners, Advocate, appointed Sheriff-depute of of Buckminster, Bart. Berwickshire, in the room of John Swin- Lincolnshire, Sir Robert Heron, of top, Esq., resigned.

Stobcon, Bart. 16. Foreign Office. The Hon. Henry Monmouthshire, John Kemys Gardner Wellesley appointed Envoy Extraordi- Kemys, of Pertholy, Esq. nary and Minister Plenipotentiary to his Norfolk, James Coldham, of Anmer, Catholic Majesty Ferdinand VII. Esq.

26. Downing Street.-Rear-Admiral Northamptonshire, Robert Andrew, Sir Richard Goodwin Keats, K. B. ap- of Harleston, Esq. pointed to be his Majesty's commissioner Northumberland, William Sadlier Brofor the Civil Affairs of Maita, in room of were, of Bewicke, Esq. Rear-Admiral Sir Alexander John Ball, Nottinghamshire, Thomas Walker, of deceased.

Bury Hill, Esq.

Oxfordshire, John Harrison, of Shalswell, Esq.

Rutlandshire, Abel Walford Bellaers, LIST OF SHERIFFS.

of Bulmerthorpe, Esq.

Shropshire, William Sparling, of PetAt the Court at the Queen's palace, the ton, Esq.

6th of February, 1809, present, the Somersetshirc, John Nurton, of MüKing's most excellent Majesty in coun- verton, Esq. cil.

Staffordshire, Theophilus Levett, of Sheriffs uppointed by his Majesty in coun

Whichner, Esq. cil for the year 1809.

County of Southampton, J. BlackBedfordshire, Robert Garslin, of Har. burne, of Preston Candover, Esq.

Suffolk, John Dresser, of Blyford, Esq. rold, Esq.

Surry, Edward Bilke, of Southwark, Berkshire, Sir Thomas Theophilus Met

Esq. calfe, of Fernhill, Bart.

Sussex, Thomas Tourle, of Landporto Buckinghamshire, T. Stanhope Badcock, of Buckingham, Esq.

Warwickshire, Abraham Bracebridge, Cambridge and Huntingdon, John

of Atherstone, Esq. Heathcote, of Conington Castle, Esq. Cheshire, Thomas William Tatton, of of Wilbury House, Bart.

Wiltshire, Sir Charles Warre Mallett, Wittinshall, Esq.

Worcestershire, postponed. Cumberland, Miles Ponsonby of Hail

Yorkshire, Sir George Wombwell, of Hall, Esq.

Wonibwell, Bart.
Derbyshire, Charles Upton, of Derby,

SOUTH WALES. Devonshire, Sir Thomas Dyke Ack- Caer marthen, Richard Isaac Stark, of Jand, of Kellerton, Bart.

Langharne Castle, Esq. Dorsetshire, James John Farquharson, Cardigan, Charles Allen Phillips, of of Langton, Esq.

the Hill, Esq. Essex, John Rutherford Abdy, of Al. Pembroke, William Skyrme, of Altbyn, Esa.

gock, E:2:


Glamorgan, Jeremiah Homfray, of Montgomeryshire, Robert Knight, of Llandaff, Esq.

Gwernygoe, Esq. Brecon, Thomas Wood, of Gwerni- Denbighshire, Joseph Ablet, of Llamvett, Esq.

bedo, Esq. Radnor, John Whittaker, of Cascob, Flintshire, Thomas Peat, of Bistree, Esq.



At a council of his Royal Highness the Merioneth, William Davies, of Ty Prince of Wales held at Carlton House, Ucha, Esq.

on the 1st day of February, 1809, the Carnarvonshire, Thomas Parry Jones Hon. Charles Bagnal Agar was appointParry, of Madryn, Esq.

ed sheriff of the county of Cornwall, for Anglesey, Sir John Thomas Stanley, the year 1809, by his Royal Highness the of Bodewryd, Bart.

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a Abortive and Still- Dropsy 736 Rheumatism 2 Bruised

5 born 514 Evil 2 Scarlatina 1 Burnt

30 Abscess 49 Fevers of all


4 Drowned 124 Aged

1251 kinds 1066 Small Pox 1163 Excessive drinkAgue 4 Fistula 9 Sore Throat 7 ing

7 Apoplexy and

9 Sores and Ulcers 5 Executed

6 Suddenly 203 French Pox

29 Spasm

24 Found Dead Asthma & Phthi- Gout

50 St Anthony's Fractured
488 Gravel, Ston

2 Fright

1 Bile

2 Stranguary 10 St Vitus's Dance 1 Frozen Bleeding 24 Grief

5 Stoppage in the Killed by Falls, Bursten & Rup- Jaundice

26 Stomach 20

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15 Jaw-locked 4 Strangury 1 other acciCancer 55 Inflammation 511 | Teeth

308 dents

68 Childbed 123 Influenza

3 Thrush

39 Killed themColds 15 Liver-grown 21 | Tumour

1 selves

52 Colic, Gripes, Lunatic

166 | Water in the Murdered
15 Measles

11 Overjoy

1 Consumption 4570 Miscarriage 2 Water in the Poisoned Convulsions 3463 Mortification 167 Head 252 Scaldod

5 Cough and Hoop- Palsy

123 Worms

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