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At Cove, hear Cork, Lady Charlotte Drummond, a son.
Feb. 1. At London, the Countess of Lou don and Moira, a daughter.
3. Mrs Bruce of Kennet, a still-born child.
5. At London, the Lady of Geo. Mackenzie, Esq. of Berners Street, a son. At ditto, the Lady of Malcolm Ross, Esq. a son.
9. At ditto, Mrs William Brown, Langdon Place, a daughter.
11. At St Mary's, Scilly, the Lady of Lieut.-Colonel George Molle, of the 9th regiment of foot, a son.
15. At Ayr, the Lady of the Hon. Roger Rollo, a daughter.
19. At Denham Green, the Hon. Mrs Erskine of Cardross, a son.
The Lady of Brigadier-General Henry Campbell, a daughter.
At Botley Grange, Hants, the Lady of Colonel Gordon, a son.
Feb. 1808. On his estate, in St Thomas's in the East, Jamaica, after a residence of 30 years upon the island, George Tod, Esq. eldest son of the deceased Mr George Tod, shipmaster in Leith.
March. At Halifax, Nova Scotia, Lieut. James Gordon, commanding his Majesty's gun-brig Plumper. As a man and an officer, he was highly respected and beloved.
Oct. 6. At Jamaica, Lieutenant Andrew Skene, of the 60th regiment, fourth son of the late Capt. James Skene, of Aberdeen.
Nov. At Richmond, Jamaica, Peter Margin, second son of Mr Peter Martin, Belleville, near Edinburgh.
9. At Kingston, Jamaica, Mr Lauchlan Bogle, merchant there.
20. In Jamaica, Lieut. Col. Robt. Honyman, second son of Lord Armadale. He berved as a volunteer during the campaign in Egypt, where he was honoured with the approbation of Sir Ralph Abercrombie, and acquired the esteem and friendship of Sir John Moore, Generals Hope, Spencer, and other distinguished officers. At the attack on the Dutch lines, at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, he, under Sir David Baird, led on the 93d regiment, of which he was Major, and was severely wounded. As Lieutenant-Colonel of the 18th regiment of foot, he lately received the thanks of the Commander in Chief of the island of Jamaica, for his active servi ces in suppressing a mutiny of the Black troops in that island, where he has since fallen a victim to the fever of the country, at the age of 27.
Dec. 1. At Milton, Captain Archibald Macdonald of Milton.
In the island of Dominica, Charles M Murdo, of his Majesty's ship Amaran the, son of Capt. George Lewis M'Murdo, Dumfries-shire militia.
27. At Crantit in Orkney, in the prime of life, James Watson, Esq. factor for the Rt. Hon. Lord Dundas.
Jan. 3. 1809. At London, in his 53d year, the most noble Dennis Brown, Marquis of Sligo, Earl of Altamont, and Knight of the order of St Patrick.
3. At ditto, the Hon. Henry Percy, son of Lord Louvaine.
3. At Dundee, Mr Patrick Williamson. 4. At Aberdeen, Mr Alexander Crombie, merchant, in the 61st year of his age. 4. At Dumfries, Miss Barbara Grierson, daughter of the late Mr John Grierson. 4. At Linlithgow, Mrs Mary Mitchell, relict of Bailie John Gibson.
5. At Branxholm, aged 63, Adam Ogilvie, Esq. of Hartwoodmyres, Advocate, and Chamberlain to his Grace the Duke of Buccleuch, greatly and deservedly regretted.
5. At Upper Libberton, Mr Patrick Cunningham, farmer there.
5. At his house, Leithwalk, James Ogilvie, Esq. late Collector of Excise for Fife. 5. At London, the Hon, Mrs Cornwallis, sister to Lord Bayning.
5. At Bath, General Edward Smith, Col. of the 48d regiment of foot, and Governor of Fort Charles, Jamaica.
5. Mrs Forbes, wife of Jas. Forbes, Esq. of Stanmore Hill
7. At Ormidale, Major Alex. Campbell, date of the Argyllshire militia.
7. At Callander, Mrs Ann Drummond, aged 64, widow of James Simson, Esq. of Edenshead, Fife.
8. At Dumfries, Mrs Riddick, relict of Robert Riddick, Esq. of Corbietoun.
8. At Edinburgh, Mrs Amelia Fraser, relict of William Abernethy, Esq. of Crimonmogate.
8. At ditto, in the 30th year of his age, Lieut. John Berry, late of the Royal Navy. He served on board of his Majesty's ship Revenge, in the glorious action of the British fleet, commanded by Admiral Lord Nelson, off Trafalgar.
8. At Hamilton, Archibald Burns, Esq. Commissary of Hamilton and Campsie, and Sheriff-substitute for the county of Lanark at Hamilton.
8. At Dundee, Mr David Livingston, writer. 9. At Glasgow, Mrs Elizabeth Macfie, wife of Mr Gilbert Lang, jun.
10. At Forres, William Monro, Esq. late of Jamaica; he lived respected and died regretted.
11. At Edinburgh, Mrs Ann Carstairs, 11. At ditto, Miss Dewar.
Jan. 12. At Montrose, Lieut, Jas, Ouchterlony, of the Edinburgh Castle Invalids, at the age of 83.
13. At Aberdeen, James Paull, Esq. aged 86 years.
18. At Sligo, in Ireland, Andrew Hume, sen. Esq. merchant, after a long and severe illness.
15. At Aberdeen, Mr Robert Tower. 17. At Brechin, much regretted, at the house of the Rev. David Blackadder, The mas Blackadder, aged 75
18. At Tweed Bank, the Lady of Lieut. Colonel Dunsmore, much esteemed, and sincerely regreted by a numerous circle of friends and relations.
18. At Dumbarton, John Gray, eldest son of John Gray, Esq. Sheriff-substitute of Dumbartonshire.
19. At Portobello, Mrs Mary Mitchell, wife of Mr Charles Ritchie, ironmonger, Edinburgh
19. At Edinburgh, Mrs Mowbray, relict of Mr Robert Mowbray, merchant, Edinburgh,
19. At Daill, in Argyllshire, John Mac Dougall, Esq. of Lunga.
21. At London, Lieut.-General Hibbert, formerly Commander in Chief of the East India Company's forces in Bengal.
21. At Hamilton, Alexander Gray, Esq. manufacturer there, and one of the magis trates of that burgh.
22. At London, Lieut.-Col. Bothwell, late of the Royal North British Dragoons. 22. At Edinburgh, Mr John M'Glashan, writer.
22. At the manse of Kincardine O'Niel, the Rev. William Morice, in the 81st year of his age and 48th of his ministry.
24. At his house in Whitehall, London, aged 80, the Right Hon. James, Earl of Fife. His Lordship is succeeded in his titles and estate by the Hon. Alex. Duff, of Echt, his Lordship's next brother german, now Earl of Fife. The British title of Baron is extinct.
24. At London, Gordon Turnbull, Esq. late of the island of Grenada. Of this gentleman it can be said, that, so perfect were his virtues, no one who knew him but will lament his death, and venerate his memory. 24. At Edinburgh, Mr James Brunton, writer.
25. At Barnton, the infant daughter of George Ramsay, Esq.
25. At Kelmune, Duncan MacDougall, Esq. of Kneepoch, Argyllshire.
26. At Edinburgh, Mr Alexander Morison, late of Wrights Houses, aged 88. 26. At Kennoway, Capt. David Seton, ́aged 57.
27. At Plymouth, Major Archibald Argyle Campbell, 42d regt. son of the late
Duncan Campbell, Esq. of Killochronan Lieut. Col. in the Breadalbane Fencibles. He was distinguished by every qualification that can render an officer valuable to his country. The officers of the 42d regiment, in which he served 22 years, lament, with deep concern, the loss of an inestimable friend, and the soldiers as for a father, whose exemplary life became the victim of the incessant fatigue sustained in the arduous discharge of duty, and in unwearied exertion to alleviate their hardships. Seized with a fever soon after the battle of Corunna, in which he was engaged, he lived to arrive and expire at Flymouth, in the 41st year of his age.
27. At Edinburgh, Mr Alexander Law, messenger at armis.
27. At Byers, East Lothian, Beatrix Dudgeon, second daughter of John Dudgeon, Esq. of East Craig.
29. At Hope Park House, Robert Nasmyth, Esq. advocate.
30. Lieut. John Macdonald, of the Royal Artillery, son of Captain Macdonald, Ballispardan.
30. The Rev. James Gordon, minister of Bellie, in the 82d year of his age, and 55th of his ministry.
30. At the manse of Abbotshall, the Rev. George Shaw, in the 73d year of his age, and 40th of his ministry.
5.31. At Edinburgh, Mrs Jean Storie, widow of Mr Alexander Storie, candlemaker, Edinburgh.
31. At Craig House, H. Colquhoun, Esq. On his passage home from Corunna, Lieut.-Colonel Symes, of the 76th regiment, formerly Ambassador to the kingdom of Ava.
Lately, aged 72, his Excellency Count Bruhl, many years Minister from the Elector of Saxony to his Britannic Majesty, Knight of the Order of the White Eagle.
Lately, at the Rectory House, Lincolnshire, Mrs Radcliffe, the celebrated authoress of the Romance of the Forest, the Mysteries of Udolpho, and other popular works.
Lately, at her brother's, the Rev. S. Raymond, of Belchamp Hall, Essex, the Right Hon. the Countess of Dundonald.
Lately, at Nith Bank, Mrs Murray, mother of the first Countess Lockhart,
Lately, at Edinbarnet, aged 90, James Stirling, Esq. of Law,
At Edinburgh, aged 75, Mr John Home, land surveyor.
At Titchfield, Rear Admiral Jonathan Faulkner.
At Catisfield, Rear-Admiral Edward O'Bryen, who gallantly broke the line, when commanding the Monarch, in the memorable action off Camperdown. He
was a very brave officer, and was several times wounded, fighting the battles of his country.
At Beverley, Lieut.-Colonel Hutchinson, Major of the 36th regiment of foot.
At Kirkton, Kirkmahoe, Mr James Ferguson, farmer, at the advanced age of 88.
Feb. 1. At Summerville, Mr William Phillips, son of William Phillips, Esq. of Summerville.
2. At Aberdeen, Robert Barclay, Esq. aged 94.
4. At Inverness, Mr George Munro, merchant.
5. At Edinburgh, in her 80th year, Mrs Christian Ker, daughter of the late John Ker, Esq. Professor of Humanity in Edinburgh College, and of Greek in King's College, Aberdeen.
5. At ditto, aged 38, Capt. James Ross Farquharson of Invercauld, royal navy.
6. At Hawick, the Rev. Thomas Dyce. 6. At the Abbeyhill, the Rev. William Sivewright, preacher of the gospel...
7. At Edinburgh, John Smyth, Esq. of Balharry, writer to the signet.
8. At ditto, Mr William Henry Scott, engraver, aged 29.
8. At Grinsthorpe Castle, his Grace the Duke of Ancaster and of Kestevan, Marquis and Earl of Lindsey. The Dukedom and Marquisate become extinct, but the Earldom devolves on General Albemarle Bertie, Member for Stamford.
9. At Morebattle, Mr David Morison, student of medicine, son of the Rev. David Morison, Morebattle.
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10. At Walton upon Thames, the Right Hon. Lady Augusta Bennet, daughter of the Earl of Tankerville.
10. At Skeldon, the infant son of William Fullarton, Esq advocate.
11. At Edinburgh, Robert Vans Agnew Esq. of Shuchan and Barnbarrow, Wigtonshire.
11. At the manse of Muthill, the Rev. John Scott, minister of that parish, in the 65th year of his age, and 43d of his ministry.
11. At Leith, Mrs Margaret Maitland, eldest daughter of the late Mr James Maitland, shipmaster, and wife of George Sim, Tobacconist.
12. At Edinburgh, aged 78, Mr Allan Begg, accountant of Excise.
12. At London, Mr William Macintosh, late of Culclachy, near Inverness.
12. At Glasgow, Walter A. W. Meikleham, youngest son of Dr William Meikleham, Professor of Natural Philosophy in that university.
13. At Edinburgh, Mrs Katharine Ers kine, relict of Gilbert Laurie, Esq. late Commissioner of Excise.
17. At Heriotshill, Mrs Katharine Lockhart, relict of Robert Jamieson, Esq. writer to the signet.
17. At Edinburgh, Mrs Eliza Hamilton, spouse of the Rev. Mr Oliver, minister, Corstorphine, much and justly regretted.
At Huntingdon, Capt. Thomas Stevenson, Royal Navy.
At London, Dr John Hunter, F. R. S. Physician Extraordinary to the Prince of Wales.
Prices of Grain at Haddington.
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25 s. 3127 s. 31| 27s.32