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April 7. At Stitchel House, Sir James 22. At his house in Canongate, aged 66, Pringle, of Stitchel, Bart. in his 84th year after a few days illness of an indanimation

8. At Colchester, Mrs Moffat, -wife of in his breast; the Rev. Dr. Andrew Hunter: Wm. Moffatt; Esq. Paymaster of the 2d of Barjarg, Professor of Divinity in the battallion of the 79th regiment, and daugh. Unversity of Edinburgh, and one of the ter of Alex. Govan, Esq. of Greenhill. Ministers of the 'Tron Church. -8. At Wick, Mr James M.Phaul, mer 22. At Edinburgh, Mr James' Robertchant there

son, Solicitor at law. 9. At Edinburgh, Mrs Jean Loch, relict Capt. Towry, of the Navy, and one of of Mr Alexander Murray, printer, and the Commissioners of the Transport Board. dau ter of the deceased John Loch, Esq. John Bazely, Esq. Admiral of the Blue, of Over-Carnbee, Fife."

aged 69. • 9. At Dúnifries, aged 93, Mrs Jean Hay, At Dublin, the Right Hon. John Monck daughter of the deceased John Hay, Esq. Mason, at the age of 84. Inspector-General of the Customs in Scot At Battersea, Alexander Champion, Esq. land, and relict of Mr Archibald Malcolm, one of the Directors of the Bank of Eng. one of the town-clerks of Dunifries.

land. 10. At London, Dr David Pitcairn.

At his seat, Brynbela, Denbighshire, Ga10. At Greenock, Lieut.-Colonel Henry briel Piozzi, Esq. husband of Mrs Piozzi, George Johnston.

formerly Mrs Thrale. · 13. At Edinburgh, Mr Robert Welsh, A Charlton House, Miss Einily Carmison of Robert Welsh, Esq. of Collin. chael Smyth, youngest daughter of Dr Car

14. At ditto, Miss Martha Stevenson, michael Smych. daughter of the late Alexander Stevenson, At London, Mrs Ross, wife of AlexanEsq. of Montgreenan.

der Ross, Esq. 14. At ditto, Mr Cathcart Boyd, former. ly examiner of Salt Duties for Scotland.

17. At Dumfries; Mrs Copland, relice of Scorcu FIAR S-Crop 1808. Alexander Copland, Esq. of Kingsgrange.

20. At London, Earl Harcourt, niany Fast Lothian-Wheat, 48$. 7d.-Barley, years Master of the Horse to her Majesty. 316. 3 d. --Oars, 27s. 5d. - Pease, 299. 6*d. His Lordship was in his 73d year, and is Mid Lothian-Wheat, 47s. 6d.-Barley, succeeded by his brother William in his ti 305.Oats, 24s.-Oatmeal, 28s. Pease and tles and estates.

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CONTENTS:

Page to Register of the Weather for May, 322 Knowledge ; for the instruction High Water at Leith for June ib, of young persons,

364 Description of the Map,

323 Statements respecting a newly-in New Works published in Edinburgh, 364 vented Bank-note,

ib. Scottish Literary Intelligence, i... ib. Criticism on Exhibition of Paintings Literary Intelligence, English and by Scottish Artists, for 1808, . : 326 Foreign,

ib. Proceedings of the Wernerian Natu ral History Society,

327

POETRY.
Monthly Memoranda in Natural His Epitaphs,

367 tory,

328 On a circumstance attending the PROCEEDINGS OF PARLIAMENT. death of Socrates, ib House of Commons,

. 369 Biographical account of the late John -Charges against the Duke of York, ib.

Home, Esq. Author of the Tragedy
of Douglas,

329

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS,
Account of the Town and University Spain,

377 of Glasgow,

333, -Siege and capture of Saragossa by Authentic Narrative of the Ship

the French, wreck of Lord Royston,

335

-The Spaniards defeated in Catalo: Account of the Lesghaes, a people

nia and Leon, .

379 on the Caspian Sea,

Defeat of the French in Gallicia, 337

ib. Particulars of the landing of Miran. -Vigo retaken from the French,

380 furkoll da on the Spanish Main, . 343

Portugal, ...
Conversations of Frederick of Prussia

- The French enter Oporto,

382 and the Emperor Joseph II. .. 351

-Tumult among the people of Bra.
Account of the Constitution of the ga, who kill a Portuguese General, 383
Swedish Diet,..
554 -Capture of Fort Rosas,

ib. Memoirs of the Progress of Manu.

War between Austria and France, 384 factures, Chemistry, Science, and

Naval Intelligence,

388 the Fine Arts,

355

Destruction of a French ficet, ib. General Prognostics of the Weather, 358 -Capture of three French frigates, 392

Dreadful fire in London,

393 Scottish REVIEW.

SCOTTISH CHRONICLE.
I. Dalyell's Monastic Antiquities; Circuit intelligecce,

34 with a recent search after the re Civil Appointments,

396 mains of Scottish Kings, interred Marriages and Births,

397 in the Abbey of Dunfermline, . : 359 Deaths,

398 II. Hamilton's Exercises in Religious Stocks and Markets,

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State of the BAROMETER, in inches and decimals, High Water at LEITH

and of Farenheit's THERMOMETER, in the For JUNE 1809. open air, taken in the morning before sun-rise,

Morn. Even. and at noon; and the quantity of rain-water

Days. H. M. H. M. fallen, in inches and decimals, from April

Th. 1 4 31 4 55 26. to May 25. 1809, in the vicinity of

Fr. 2 5 20

5 43 Edinburgh.

Sa. 3

6 33

Su, 4 6 58 7 24 Barom. Thermom. Rain. Weather.

M. 5 7 52 8 21 April N. In Pts.

Tu. 6 8 52 9 25 26 29.95 45 46 0.5 Rain

W. 7 9 58 10 30 27 29.9 38

48
0.02
Showers

Th. 8 11 2 11 30 28 29.71

39
46 0.15 Rain

Fr. 9 11 57 29 29.94 35 54

Clear

Sa. 10 0 20 0 42 30 29.72 57 0.01 Hail

Su. 11 1 2 1 22 3 29.3 38

0.02 Ditto

M. 12 1 41 2 0 2 29.52 56 0.01 Hail

Tu. 13 2 19 2 36 3 29.73

Clear

W. 14 2 53 3 12 29.7 40 56 0.03 Showers

Th. 15 3 29 3 47 5. 29.91 38 53 0.01 Ditto

Fr. 16

5 23 6 30.05 40 60 0.05 Ditto

Sa. 17 4 42 4 0 30.14 48 63

Clear

Su. 18 5 21 5 42 į 8.30.1347 66

Ditto

M. 19 6 6 6 29 9 30.1 48 69

Ditto

Tu. 20 6 55 7 23 10 30.11 48 70

Ditto

W.21 7 52 8 26 11 30. 48 75

Ditto

Th. 22 9. 1 9 38 12 30. 49 73

Ditto

Fr. 23 10 14 10 50 13 30. 48 73

Ditto

Sa. 24 11 24 11 57 14 30.08 52 75

Ditto
Su. 25

0 28 15 29.9852-1-77

Ditto

M. 26 0 58 1 26 16 29.98 50 65

Ditto

Tu. 27 1 54 2 20 ,: 17 30. 46.64 0.01 Showers

W. 28 2 46 3 9 18 29.881 48 66

Clear

Th. 29

3 33 3 54 19 29.75 46 59 0.005 Showers

Fr. 30 4 17

4 38 20 29.74 51 70

Clear 21 29.85 50 62 0.2 Rain 22. 30.01 50 61 0.02 Showers

MOON'S PHASES 23 30.1

For JUNE 1809. 49 65

Ditto 24 30.3 50 67

Clear

Apparent time at Edinburgb. 25 30.1 50 69

Ditto

Last Quar. 5. 1. 15. morn.
New Moon, 13. 3. 29. morn.

First Quart. 20. 11. 46. even.
Quantity of Rain 1.035

Full Moon, 27, 2. 56. even.

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June 4. King George III. born, (1738.)

5. Duke of Cumberland, born, (1771.) 21. Midsummer, or longest day.

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