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FROM FRIDAYS LONDON GAZETTE. War Office,iJune 28. 8th' Light Dragoons, Cornet Rodolph De Sal is to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Sir William Lawrence YOlln, who reti res; Magnus Gilbert Laing Meason Geut. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice De Salis. ° 9th Light Dragoons, Cornet Sir Joseph Hawley, Bart. to he Lieutenant, by purchase, vice David Lion Campbell, who retires. 46th Foot, Lieutenant Charles Fitzarchy Button to be Captain, without purchase, vice Francis Ingram, deceased. 47th Foot, C'.iptaiii George Newcome, from the halt-pay Unattached, to be Captain, vice John Sandes, who ex- changes, receiving the difference. 58th Foot, George Ponsonhy Hume, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice R. E- Wilrnoi Hort'in, who retires. 60th Foot, Second Lieutenant William Fanshaw Bedford, to be First LicntcrÙnt, hy purchase, vice William Towusend Gun, who retires Stonehouse George Banbury, Gent. to be Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Bedford 63th Foot, Lieutenant Launcelot Bayly to fe Captain, by purchase, vice William Gibson, who retires Emign James Uenners Parkinson to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Bayly. Henry Smyth, Gent. to be EnsIgn, by parchas^, vicc Parkinson B'id Foot, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Charles Phillips, from the half-pay Unattached, to be Lieutenant Colonel, vice Balfour, who retires 98th Foot, Ensign Charles Horatius Kennedy to he Lii-nrenarit, by purchase, vice Alexander Browne, who retires; Charles Hare, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Kennedy. UNATTACHED.—Brevet Lieutenant Colonel John James Snodgi-asc;, from the 94th lleg-iuient, to be Lieut. Colonel, by purchase. ■ MEMORANDUM.—The name of the lnsign appointed to the 71st Foot, in the Gazette of the 21st inst. is William Wilkieson, and not William VV ilkinson. His Majesty has been graciously pleased to approve of the 2d Regiment of Foot, or Queen's Royals, being permitted to bear the word v imiera' upon its colours and appoint- ments, in commemoration of the gallantry displayed by that Regiment in tne battle of l'imicra, oil The 2lst August, 1808 also the word Corunna, in commemoration of the bravery evinced bv the Regiment in the Potion before Corunna, on the 16th January, 1809. Office of Ordnance, June 27. Royal Regiment of Artillery-Gentlemen Cadets, Lionel Fitzgerald to be Second Lieutenant, vice Stace, promoted George Henry Hawker to be ditto, vice Fisher, promoted George Drought Warburton to be ditto, vice Ormsnv, pro- oioted Philip Reginald Cocks to be ditto, vice Taylor, promoted Robert Morse Fyers to he ditto, vice Maclean, promoted; Richard Harvey to he ditto, vice Yotins:, pro-j mote(ii Waiter Frederic Crofton to be ditto, vice Jones, ^^Bceased •, Henry Edward Morrittto be ditto, vico Askwitli, ¡, promoted; Thomas Wiiktns to he ditto, vice Dunlap, pro moted Wm. Thomas Crawford to be ditto, vice Dick, pro- moted. Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the county of Salop. Richard Jenkins, Esq. to he Deputy Lieutenant. BANKRUPTS to surrender in Basinghall Street. Henry Allenby, George Street. Adelphi, boarding house keeper, Julv 5, at 2, Anoint 9, at 11. Attorney, Mr. Waiigh, Great James stree t, Bedford row. Frederick Taylor, Webber street, Blackfriars road, vic- tualler, July 5, at 11, Aug. 9, at 12. Attorneys, Martineaa and Co. Carey street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. BANKRUPTS to surrender in the Country. William Fowler, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, printer, July 12; August 9, at 10, at the Ram Inn, Cirencester. Attorneys, Mr. Merry, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London; and Mr. Mullings, Cirencester. Benjamin Hill, Oxford, hatter, July 8, at 6. August 9, at 11, at the Three Goats Inn, Oxford. Attorneys, Robin- sonand Co. Charterhouse square, London and Mr. Dudley, Oxford. Peter Davies, FishsruarJ, Pembrokeshire, shopkeeper, July 8, August 9, at 2, at the Commercial Rooms, Corn street, Bristol. Attorneys, Mr. Stevens, Gray's Inn square, London and Mr. Perkins, Bristol. George Horton, Birmingham, builder, July 10, at 12, August 9, at 1. at Dee's Royal Hotel, Temple row, Birmingham. Attorneys, Norton and Chaplin, Gray's Inn square, London and Messrs. Redfern, New square, Bir. mingham. DIVIDENDS in BASING HALL STREET. Severn and Co. Church, lane, Whilechapel, grocers, J til y 19, at half past 11. Collman and Lambert, Old Bethlem, merchants, July 19, at 12. DIVIDENDS in the COUNTRY. A. Townlcy, Stockport, Cheshire, bookseller, July 22, at 2. at the Star Inn, Manchester. Gibbons and Sherwood. Liverpool, merchants, July 24. at 2. at the office of Leigh and Sanders-, Liverpool. W. Packwood. jun. Warwick, grocer, August 30, at 12, at the Swan Hotel, Warwick. W. E. J. Neep, Norwich, silversmith, July '23. at 10, at the Norfolk Hotel, Norwich. Brenr.and and Co. Lever Lanks, Lancashire, calico printers, July 19, at 10, at the office of Mr Easterby, Preston, Lancashire. Thackeray and Co. Walton, near Liverpool, common brewers, July 26, at 9, at the Stnr Inn, Manchester. J Baron, Frome Selwoort, Somersetshire, innholder, July 22, at 1, at the White Hart Inn, Bath. T. Parnell, Manchester, lacovian, July 26. at 10, at the Star Inn. Manchester. F. Fisher, jun. and W.J. Fisher, Bristol, sail makers, July 23, at 2, at the Com- mercial Rooms, Bristol. CERTIFICATES—J(;i,Y 19. T. Povc], Winstanstow, Salop, timber merchant. J. B.vrow, TaiUworth, Lincashire, victoal er. J. Barnett, Devonshire place, Old Kent Road, navy agent.