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ners are declared to be, Sir William Dou. 31. At London, Lieut. Col. Broadhead, glas of Castle Douglas, Bart. James Han- to Miss Ross, daughter of the late Majornay of Blairinnie, Wm. Douglas of Almor- . General Patrick Ross. ness, advocate, and John Napier of Mol- Augi'r. At Dunglass, the seat of Sir Jas. lance (manager.) The Notes bear date Hall, Bart. Sir James Montgomery of StanJune 19. 1806.

hope, Bart: to the Right Hon. Lady Eliza. ' The lands and estate of Lethindy, in beth Douglas, daughter of the late Earl of Perthshire, were lately sold by public auc- Selkirk. tion in three lots, for the sum of L.57,250. 4. At Irvine, Robert Thomson, Esq. of

Seven farms, all the property of one Daljarrock, to Miss Elizabeth Crawfurd, Nobleman, consisting of 2203 acres, Scots sister of the late Moses Craufurd, Esq. of measure, were laiely let in Galloway for Newfield.

& } :: [ : the sum of 74401.

8. At Leith, Mr George Butterworth, E

dinburgh, to Miss Elizabeth White, youngCIVIL APPOINTMENTS.

est daughter of Patrick White, Esq. Dr Warburton to be Bishop of Limerick, 17. At Bayle Farm, near Kingston, Lord in the room of the deceased Dr Barnard; Foley, to Lady Cecilia Fitzgeraid, daughtet and William Fletcher, Esq. to be one of of the late Duke of Leipster, the Judges of the Court of Commin Pleas, -. At Berwick-upon Tweed, John Kingin the room of Judge Johnson, resigned. ley, Esq. Ensigil in the 8th regiment of

The king has presented the Rev. John foot, aged 17, and a ward in Chancery, u Ross to the church of Crawford, vacant by Miss Maria Taylor, a young lady about the the death of Mr J. M.Conochie.

same age, daughter of Mr J. Taylor, bookThomas Thomson, Esq. advocate, has seller. been appointed Deputy Clerk Register of 18. At Kelvin Grove, Colin Campbell, Scotland, and was on July 10 admitted by Esq. youngest son of Archibald Campbell, the Court of Session, and inok the oaths Esq of Jura, to Miss Dennistoun, eldest accordingly.

daughter of Richard Dennistoun, Esg. men

chant, Glasgow. MARKIAGES.

- Mr john M.Kerrell, of Paisley, to D. Oliphant, Esq. Second in Council at Miss Helen Stewart, daughter of the bace Prince of Wales's Island, immediately af- Mr Archibald Stewart, of Greenock, ter landing there, to Miss Wedderburne, daughter of Sir David Wedderburne, and

BIRTHS. sister to the Lady of Philip Dundas, Esq. July 22. At Appin House, Mrs Robertthe Governor,

son Macdonald of Kinlochmoidart, a sona July 21. By special licence, by the Bishop Aug. 1. At Gordon Lodge, the Lady of of London, in his Lordship's chapel at Fula Brigadier General Gordon Cuming, of Pit ham, the Right Hon. Nicholas Vansittart, lurg, a son. Secretary of the Treasury, to the Hon. 1. At Chapel House, near Faversham, Miss Catherine Eden, second daughter of Lady Annabella Macleod, a son. Lord Auckland.

3. At London, the Lady of the Hon. 21. At his Grace the Duke of Devon- Brigadier General Stewart, a son. shire's house, London, Lord Viscount Os- 3. At Dalhousie Castle, the Countess of sulston, son of the Earl of Tankerville, to Dalhousie, a son: Mademoiselle De Grammont, eldest daugh- 4. At Edinburgh, Mrs William Gordon ter of the Duc De Grammont, and grand M'Crae, à son. daughter to the Duc De Polignac.

4. At Edinburgh, Mrs Fergusson pf Babe 30. At London, Rear Admiral John Mac- youkan, a son Dougall, to Miss Wright, only daughter of 6. At Ditto, Lady Frances Buchanan Ride Richard Wright, Esq, East Hurling Hall, del, a daughter. Norfolk.

7. At Largie House, Lady Macdonald At ditto, Lord Walpole, to Mrs Lockhart, a daughter, Chamberlayne.

8. At Opisdale, Mrs Gilchrist, a sona At Lochend, Lieut. Col. Dalrymple, 10. At London, the Lady of Sir John of the 10th foot, to Miss Warrender, only Kennaway, Bart. a daughter khu daughter of the late Sir P. Warrender, At Bemersyde, Mrs Haig of BemerBart. of Lochend.

syde, a daughter. 31. At Edinburgh, the Right Hon. Lord 16. At Preston, Mrs Baron Seton of Elphinstoun, to Lady Carmichael, relict of Preston, a son. Sir John Gibson Carmichael, Bart. and Lately, at Eccles, the Lady of John daughter of Cornelius Elliot, Esq. writer to Maitland, Esq. of Eccles, Sheriff of them

county of Wigton, a daughter.

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DEATHS.

Shields, George Wakefield, Esq. a partner At Wynoud, in summer 1805, Captain in the Northumberland Bank. Two days Thomas Dickson of the Hon. India Com- before, he was confirmed by the Bishop,

with his children, having recently left the 1805. Aug. 14. At'Bombay, Mr J. Skene, Society of Quakers, and joined the Estabsurgeon, on the Bombay establishment, and lished Church. third son of the late Captain James Skene 22. At Yarmouth, Hector, the eldest of Aberdeen.

son of Major Alexander, a fine spirited Oct. 27. At Arcot, in the East Indies, youth of 13. The accident which caused Cornet David D. Hamilton, of the sth re-, his death is shocking to relate : On Friday giment of native cavalry, son of Johu Ha- the rith, he went on board the Resolumilton Dundas, of Puddingstoun, Esq. tion, at Yarmouth, for the first time, as a

Nov. 7. In his command at Banga- midshipman; and eager to display an equalore, Major James Wilson of the Ist bat, lity of courage with his new associates, he talion 4th regiment native infantry. mounted the rigging, and fell from a consi

Dec. 18. At Calcutta, Major George derable height on the deck, fractured both Foulis, 4th regiment native infantry. his arms, and one thigh, and received a

1806. Feb. In Iudia, Lieut.-Col. P. Dallas, violent contusion on the head. of the Hon. East India Company's service. 22. At Edinburgh, Mr James Moir,

May. At Petersburgh, Mr Thomas Gor- teacher of languages, in the 93d year of don, merchant.

July 1o. At London, th, Lady of Sir 23. At Leith-fort, suddenly, Col. W.P. Matthew White Ridley, Bart.

Smith, commanding the Royal Artillery in 14. At Ayr, Miss Jean Maria Barton, Scotland, an excellent officer, and an acdaughter of John Barton, Esq. late mer- complished gentleman. chant in Jamaica,

25. At Newlands, Mr. James Hutton, 15. At London, after a painful illness, merchant, Glasgow; and on the 26th, at the Right Hon. Lady Mary Duncan, re- the same place, Mrs Catharine Livingstone lict of Sir William Duncan, Bart. aunt of his wife. the late Viscount Duncan, and eldest daugh. 25. At Edinburgh, Daniel Scott, Esq. ter of Sackville Tufton, seventh Earl of youngest son of the late Walter Scott, Esq. Thanet, and Mary Saville, youngest daugh- writer to the signet. ter and co-heiress of William Marquis of 26. At ditto, Mrs Mary Mitchelson, reHalifax.

lict of James Home, Esq. clerk to the sig. 15. At Dumfries, MrJohn Aiken, writer, net, and one of the depute clerks of Sesa

16. At Inveresk, George Buchan Syd- sion. serff, second son of F. B. Sydserff, of Ruch- 26. 4t Portobello, Mrs Janet Stirling, law, Esq.

relict of the late George M'Queen, Esq. 17. At Manse of Strichen, the Rev. Mr Collector of the Cess for the city of Edina William Anderson, minister of the gospel burgh. of that parish, in the 49th year of his age, 27. At Southfield Grove, near Edinburgh, and 21st of his ministry

William Inglis, Esq. of Harden Green. 19. At Leith, Mrs Helen Neilson, spouse 28. The Rev. Alexander Grant, minister to Mr Thomas Gladstone, merchant, aged of Glenrinnes.

28. At Edinburgh, Mrs Isabella Bin. 58. At Southfod, Miss Marion Aitken, ning, daughter of the late Charles Binning. daughter of Mr Alexander Aitken, Leith, Esq. of Pilmuir.

18. 'At Kemnay House, in the 19th 29. At Edinburgh, the Reverend James year of her age, Miss Elizabeth Burnett,se. M'Conochie, minister of Crawford. cond daughter of the lare Alex. Burnett -. In Saxony, Prince Lewis Charles Fre. of Kemnay, Esq.

deric of Saxe Cobourg, Lieutenant-General 18. At Musselburgh, Capt. Thomas Stu. in the service of the Emperor of Ause art, late of the 18th regiment of foot. tria, in his 53d year.

19. At Edinburgh, Miss Margaret Lun: At her house in Kensington Gore, in die, daughter of the late Dr James Lundie, her yoth year, the Hon. Mary Leigh, only, physician in Haddington.

surviving sister and heiregs of Edward Lord 19. At Ashurst, Mr Henry Spottiswoode, Leigh, of Stonleigh Abbey, which title be: youngest son of the late John Spotiiswoode, came extinct at his death. By her demise, Esq. of Spottiswoode.

one of the finest estates in England comes, 19. At Greenock, in the 67th year of to her hei at law (to whom is not yet her age, Mrs Elisabeth Morrison.

known, but it is believed to Lord Craven,) 21. At Luncarty, near Perth, Mr Wil. not less, at the present rents, than 17,000l. liam Morrison, bookseller.*

in Warwickshire, Staffordshire, and Che. At Wakefield House, near. North shire. But what makes this estate of im.

mense

66 years.

mense value is, that the rents have not Sir Archibald Primrose, Bart. of Dunia
been raised these sixty years; the good pace.
old Lady not wishing to raise theni, as her Aug. 5. At Helensburgh, the Rev. James
brother had adopted that line of conduct; Steven, of Glasgow.
and at this moment, if re-let, it is supposed 5. At Swansea, in Wales, suddenly, the
the annual revenue would not be less than Earl of Llandaff. His Lordship was in
so ocol. Few deaths have happened, that perfect health the evening before, out
will be more generally felt and regretted walking, and enjoying the beauties of the
than that of this excellent woman. In her, romantic scenery in the neighbourhood
the poor have lost a benefactress, whose of Swansea. He had also bespoke a play
boundless stores were ever open to their for the following evening. In the interini
relief. Though a retired, and in many he was found dead in his bed.
respects singular character, few were more Sir John Chardin Musgrave, Bart. of
generally respected; and constantly sur- Eden Hall.
rounded by her friends, she passed her life 3. At Coniston, Miss Smith, daughter of
in the exercise of those christian and social George Smiph, Esq. of Coniston.
virtues, which gave a lustre to riches, and 12. At Beckenham, Kent, deeply la-
add dignity to hospitality.

mented, the Right Hon. Dowager Lady
Aug. 1. Mr Robert Brown, schoolmaster Dacre, relict of Thomas Barrett Lord
of Stevenston, Ayrshire, in the 85th year Dacre, of Belhouse, Essex, and sister to
of his age, and 58th of his office as a pa- the late Earl Camden.
rochial teacher. He was an honest man, 13. At Dundee, Miss E. C. Mylne,
a kind neighbour, and a diligent teacher. daughter of the late Thomas Mylne of

2. At Edinburgh, Miss Hay, daughter of Mylnefield, Esq. the deceased George Hay, Esq. of Mount- 17. At Sanson House, Miss Jane Dunblairy.

das, youngest daughter of Lieut.-Ceneral 3. At Long Hermiston, Mr John Hill, Francis Dundas, farmer and an eminent horee dealer.

19. At Edinburgh, Alexander Wolfe Law, 5. At the Hermitage, near Leith, Mrs infánt son of Mr James Law, surgeon. Fleming Primrose, daughter of the deceased

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Prices of Oat, Pease, and Barley Meal, in Prices of Grain per quarter, Corn Exchange,

Edinburgh Market, per Peck.

Pease & Barley 1806. Oatmeal.

Meal.
1806.
Wheat. Barley | Oats. | Pease.

Bolls. Price. Bolls. Price.
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d. d. Aug. 4. 74 86 | 30 38 | 22 30 60 64 Aug. s. 376 18 171

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1. 5. insert a. lb. c. 1. 1. 7. for but, read and. Ib. c. 2. 1. 27, insert at. P. 469, c. 1. 1. 36. for 510l. per annun, read 150l. per annum.

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State of the BAROMETER, in inches and deci.

mals, and of Farenheit's THERMOMETER, in the open air, takea in the morning before sun-rise, and at noon ; and the quantity of rain-water fallen, in inches and decimals, from August 26. to Sept. 25. 1806, in the vicinity of Edinburgh.

W.

Sept.

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1806. Barom. Thermom. Rain. Weather. August

M. N. In. Pts. 26 29. 51 67 0.25 Rain 27 29.1 53

0.01 Shower 28 29.23 53 61 0.01 Ditto 29 29.2 50 52 0.42 Rain 30 29,28 49 60

Clear 31 29.25 49 59 0.51 Rain

1 29.11 45 65 0.03 Shower 2 29.25 47 64 0.02 Ditto 3 29.3 51 55 0.03 Ditto 4 29.41 48 59 0.15 Rain 5 29.5 47 65

Clear 6 29.65 54 64

Ditto 7 29.5 55 63 0.09 Rain 8 29.4

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65 0.03 Shower 9 29.42 43

64 0.02 Ditto 29.45 48 66 0.03 Ditto 11 29.6 48 60 0.01 Ditto

30.09 48 60 0.08 Rain 13 45 60

Cloudy 30.08 45 59

Ditto 15 30.07 -40 60

Clear 16 30. 46 61

Ditto 17 30.1 44 65

Ditto 29.95 55 60 0.02 Shower 19 30. 47 60 0.01 Ditto 20 29.9 57 64 0.02 Ditto 21 29.5 52 63 0.05 Rain 22 | 29.65 49 57 0.31 Ditto 23 29.9 43 62

Clear 24 30. 42 63

Ditto 25 30. 44 59 0.01 Shower

High Water at LEITH.
For OCTOBER 1806.

Morn. Evep.
Days.

H. M H. M. W. 1 4 35 5 1 Th. 2 5 28 5 55 Fr. 3 6 23 6 51 Sa. 4 ng 20 7 49 Su. 5 8 18 8 46 M, 6

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0 23 0 49 Sa. 11

1 15 1 42 Su, 12 2 8 2 35 M. 13

3 2 3 29 Tu. 14 4 2 4 35 W. 15 4 57 5 20 Th. 16

5 47 6 14 Fr. 17 6 40 7 6 Sa. 18 7 30 7 55 Su, 19 8 18 8 42 M, 20 9 4 9 27 Tu. 21 948 10 10 W. 22 10 30 10 52 Th. 23 11 12 11 33 Fr. 24: 11 54 Sa. 25 0 16 0 38 Su, 26 1 0 1 23 M. 27 1 46 2 10 Tu. 28 2 35 3 2 W. 29 3 28 3 56 Th. 30 4 23 Fr. 31 5 20

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October 11. Old Michaelmas.

23. Irish rebellion, 1641.
25. St Crispin.
25. King Geo. III. accession. (1760.)
26. King Geo. III. proclaimed.

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