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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

A CONSIDERABLE reduction of temperature took place at the commencement of September, with a brisk wind from the west, which continued during the first week, the range of the Thermometer being generally from 50 to 60. A heavy shower on the 7th was followed by an increase of temperature ; and on the 9th the Thermometer rose to 67: On the evening of the same day it blew a violent gale from the west, accompanied with rain and a rising barometer. From that period till the end of the month, the mean temperature of the day was very variable, ranging between 62 and 46. On the 30th, the Thermometer at 10 A. M. stood at 51 with an east wind and rain. At 10 P. M. the wind blew from the west, and the Thermometer rose to 61.. The mean of the whole month is 1.2° higher than that of September 1818, and the mean of the extremes, contrary to what usually happens, is two-tenths of a degree lower than the mean of ten morning and evening. It is a singular coincidence, that, in September last year, the difference was one-tenth of a degree, and on the same side. The mean daily range of the Thermometer is also the same, and coincides nearly, with that of the whole year. From the Ist to the 12th, the Barometer, with two exceptions, continued to rise both during the day and night; between the 12th and 17th, it was depressed, after which it rose again, and reached its greatest elevation on the 21st. During the next five days.it sunk; and after the 26th it was elevated during the day, and depressed during the night. The mean of Leslie's Hygrometer is one degree and a half, and the mean point of deposition one degree gher than September last year ; but if the difference of temperature be taken into the account, the relative humidity will be found to be the same. The difference of temperature will also account for the evaporation being somewhat greater. The quantity of rain is little more than the half of what fell in September last year. · On the whole, the month of September may be considered as unusually warm and dry, being superior in both respects to the corresponding month of any year since 1814.

MeteoROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of

the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

SEPTEMBER 1819.

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Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat,

60.2
Maximum,
9th day,

67-5
.....cold,
47.6 Minimum,

19th

38.0 temperature, 10 A. M. 55.8 Lowest maximum, 22d

54.0 10 P. M. 52.5 Highest minimum, 8th

56.5 ........ of daily extremes,

53.9 Highest, 10 A, M.

9th

64.5 ............ 10 A. M. and 10 P. M.

54.1 Lowest ditto,

22d

49.0 4 daily observations,

54.0
Highest, 10 P. M. 8th

62.0 Whole range of thermometer,

380.5 Lowest ditto

27th

41.5 Mean daily ditto, 12.6 Greatest range in 24 hours, 15th

23.0 temperature of spring water,

59.9 Least ditto,

24th

4.5
BAROMETER.
Inches.
BAROMETER.

Inches. Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 59) 29.753 Highest, 10 A. M.

21st

30.420 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 59) 29.775 Lowest ditto,

1st

29.020 .... both, (temp. of mer. 59) 29.764 Highest, 10 P. M.

20th

30.415 Whole range of barometer,

5.670
Lowest ditto,

4th

29.210 Mean ditto, during the day, .110 Greatest range in 24 hours, 4th

.540 night,

.079
Least ditto,

13th

.010 ................. in 24 hours,

.189
HYGROMETER.

Degrees.
HYGROMETER. Degrees.
Leslie. Highest, 10 A. M. 19th

40.0 Rain in inches,

1.523
.......... Lowest ditto, 30th

2.0 Evaporation in ditto,

1.950
.......... Highest, 10 P. M. 16th

21.0 Mean daily Evaporation,

.065
.......... Lowest ditto, 25th

4.0 Leslie. Mean, 10 A. M.

21.5 Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. 9th 59.4 .......................... 10 P. M.

13.1

Lowest ditto, 16th 32.4 both,

17.3

....... Highest, 10 P.M. 9th 58.6 Anderson. Point of Dep. 10 A. M.

46.9

...... Lowest ditto,

16th

34.0 .............. 10 P. M.

46.6 ............. Relat.Hum. Highest, 10 A.M. 30th 98.0 both, 46.8

.................... Least ditto, 19th 52.4 Relat. Humid. 10 A.M.

75.9

.......... Greatest, 10 P.M. 25th 96.0 .............. 10 P. M. 82.9

... Least ditto, 18th 67.0 both,

79.4

Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest, 10 A.M. 9th .328 Grs. mois. in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M. .224

Least ditto, 16th

.137 10 P.M. .224 ............................. Greatest, 10 P. M. 9th

.320 ............ both, .224

............................. Least ditto, 16th 144 Fair days, 22; rainy days, 8. Wind west of meridian, 22; east of meridian, 8.

MeteoRoLOGICAL Table, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in

the Observatory, Calton-hill.

N.B.–The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register

Thermometer.

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Do. .474 A. 60

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M.58 .691 M.62
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A.54 .735 A. 64s

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Cloudy.
M.66 .754 M.68
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A. 57

W.
.769 A. 65

Cloudy.
10

M.56 .063 M.63
A. 50
.669 A, 63

Cloudy.
11

M.53 .986 M.60
A. 183 .994 A. 62

Clear.
M.50
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.986 M.62
A. 42

Cloudy.
13

M.52 .938 M.65
A.54 .922 A.62
M.60 .945 M.64
A. 543.915 A. 63

N.W. Clear.
.740/M.64
(A, 50 .651) A.61

7A.50

A.38 M.51 A. 42

M.45 29.579 M.58

Frost morn.

Cble.
A.387.759 A.57 Cloudy.

.738 M.54
A. 39

N.W. Cloudy. .644 A. 57 M.56 18

.633 M.58) A. 393

N. W. loudy. .869 A. 54 M.46 19.

.919 M.52 A. 393 .999 A.54

N. W. Clear, cold. 20 M.48 30.203 M.55

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m. .220' A. 54

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Do. Clear.
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Cble. Clear. 23 M.47, 29.999 M.53

A. 397.990 A.56 ) Cble. Cloudy,cold.
M.55

.843 M.57

.673 A.57 Cble. Cloudy,cold. M.56

.342 M.58 25{

Cloud. fore. A. 48428.998 A.58

Cble.

rain aftern, 263 M.54, 29.140 M.57 A, 477 .240 A.55

S.W. Clear.
M.49
.104 M.52

Rain foren.
A.391 . 152 A, 52

S.W.

Clear aftern. 28M.52.28.979 M.53 Shwry fore. A. 413

S.W. .995 A.53

Clear aftern. M.52 29

.967 M.56 A. 41 29.226 A.55

S.W. Clear. 30

M.50 .156 M.541
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APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

IF. 8

13

15

16

F. Glover, to be Ensign

9 Sept. Lieut. Col. Duffy, fm. Rifle Brig. to be

Lieut. Col. vice Robertson, dism. do. Capt. Preston, to be Maj. by purch, vice Hancock, ret.

do. Lieut. Tronson, to be Capt. by purch. do. Ensign Keily, to be Lieut. by purch. do. W. M. Stewart, to be Ensign, by purch.

do. Lieut. Hutchinson, fm. h. p. 98 F. to be Adj. and Lieut. vice Humphreys, res. Adj. only

16 do Lieut. Gregory, to be Capt. by purch. vice Nugent, retires

5 Aug. Ensign Skinner, to be Lieut. by purch.

6 do, Frederick Smyth, to be Ensign by purch.

do. E. S. Boscawen, to be Ensign by purch. vice Anley, prom.

26 do. Capt. Appelius, fm. 1 W. I. Reg. to be Capt. vice Angelo, ret. h. p. Newf.

Fenc. Lieut. Magennis, fm. 28 F. to be Capt. by purch. vice Broek, retires

do. Bt. Maj. Dalzell, to be Major by purch. vice Mein, retires

17

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I. ECCLESIASTICAL.
The Rev. Mr Tawze, preacher of the Gospel, has
been appointed to be minister of the College
Church, Aberdeen, in room of the Rev. Dr Dewar,
translated to the Tron Church, Glasgow.

II. MILITARY.
Army. Major Burke, h. p. 96 F. to be Lieut.
Colonel

12 Aug. 1819
Maj. Watts, h. p. Unatt. to be Lieut. Col.do.
Captain Downes, As. Mil. Draftsman, R.
Mil. Coll. to be Major

do. R.H.G. Lieut. Bouverie, to be Capt. by purch. vice Sullivan, ret.

9 Sept. 1819 Cornet Arnold, to be Lieut. by purch. do.

G. S. Hill, to be Cornet by purch. do. 7 Dr. Serj. Maj. T. Blackier, to be Qua. Mas.

vice Greenwood, ret. on full pay 16 do. 12 Bt. Maj. Stawell, to be Maj. vice Howard, cancelled

do. 15 Lieut. E. Byam, to be Captain by purch.

vice Hancox, prom.
Cornet Jolliffe, to be Capt. by purch. do.
G. T. Temple, to be Captain by purch.

Sept. IF. Bt. Maj. Maclean, to be Maj. vice Fraser, killed in action

do. Lieut. M‘Lean, to be Capt.

do. Ensign Pieters, to be Licut.

do.

do. Lieut. Whichcote, to be Capt. by purch. do. Ensign Considine, to be Lieut. by purch.

do.

26 Aug

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26 Aug.

43 F. H. Ward, to be Ensign by purch. 9 Sept. Lieut. Green from 38 F. reo. diff. with Lieut.

Lieat. Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley, K.C.B. M'Carthy, h. p. 22 F.
fm. h. p. 35 F. to be Lieut. Col. vice Mackenzie, from 93 F. with Lieut. M. of
King

12 Aug.

Worcester, h. p. 7 Dr. 52 Lieut. Kenny, to be Capt. by purch.

rice Crabb, from 46 F. rec. diff. with Lieut Brownrigg, prom. 2 Ceylon K.

9 Sept.

Rice, h. p. 58 F.
Ensign Monins, to be Lieut. by purch. do. De Ruvyne, from 62 P. rec. diff. with
Gent. Cadet W. Forbes, to be Ensign by Lieut. Godfree, h. p. 50 F.
purch.

do.

Codd, from 66 F. rer. diff. with Lieut. 64 Capt. Hutchinson, fm. h. p. 78 F. to be

Croad, h. Po
Capt. vice Galbraith, ret. list. 2 do.

Sharp, from 72 F. rec diff. with Lieut. 77 Lieut. T. Molyneux, to be Capt. by purch. Glover, h. p. vice M.Lachlan, retires

16 do. Cornet and Sub-Lieut. Hanbury, fm. 2 Life Gds. Ens. and Adj. J. Molyneux, to be Lieut. rec. diff. with Cornet M.Douall, h. a 25 by purch.

do. Dragoons J. Elliot, to be Ensign, by purch. do. Cornet Burke, from 5 Dr. Gds. with Ensign Dal 92 Bt. Lieut. Col. Sir F. Stóvin, fm. 28 F. to yell, 29 F.

be Lieut. Col. vice Mitchell ret. 2 do. Ensign Herbert, from 25 F. rec. diff. with Ensigo 93

Henry Connop, to be Ensign by purch. Locke, h. p. 2 Gar. Bn.
vice Lysaght, retires

do.

Cumming, from 42 F. with Ensign Clark, Rifle B. Bt. Col. Norcott, to be Lieut. Col. vice h. Duffy, 8 F.

9 do.

Flattery, from 81 T. reg. dift. with Ensign
Bt. Lieut. Col. Leach, to be Major do.

Marsh, h. p. 95 F.
Ist Lieut. Manners, to be Captain do.

Clarke, from 16 F. rec. diff. with Ensign 2d Lieut. Milligan, to be 1st Lieut. do.

Henley, h. p. 89 F.
Henry Gascoyne, to be 2d Lieut, do.

Surgeon Hume, 59 F. with Surgeon Reynolds, IW.I.R. Captain Stewart, Newf. Feno. to be Capt. 72 F. vice Appelius, prom. 21 F.

do.
2Ceyl. R.Bt. Liesit. Col. Brownrigg, fm. 52 F. to be Resignations and Retirements.
Maj. by purch. vice Chaplin, prom.

Lieut. Col. Mitchell, 92 F.
Miscellaneous

BL Lieut. Col. Chaplin, 2 Ceylon Regt.

Handcock, 13 F.
Barr. Mast. Goddard, fm. Gibraltar, to be

Mein, 43 É
Barr. Mast. in Great Britain

31 Aug

Bt. Maj. Broek, 37 F.
Robert Metcalfe, to be Barr. Master. at Captain Nugent, 16 F.
Gibraltar

do.

Sullivan, R. Horse Gds.
Hosp. Mate D. J. Stewart, to be Hosp.

M Lachlan, 77 F.
Assist. vice Williams, prom. 50 F. Ensign Lysaght, 93 E.

9 Sept.
Exchanges.

Appointments Cancelledo Bt. Lieut. Col. Tonyn, from 31 F. rec. diff. with

Bt. Col. King, as Lieut. Col. 44 F. Major Tovey, h. p. 95 F.

Bt. Lieut. Col. Howard, as Maj. 19 Dr. Bt. Major Eckersley, from 1 Dr. Tec. diff. between Major Buck of 8 F. as Lieut. Col. by Brevet, a full pay Tr. and a full pay Comp. with Captain

12 Aug. 1819 Green, h. p. 60 F.

Dismissed Maj. Hicks, from 37 F. rec. diff. with Maj. Burke, Col. Roberton, 8 F.

h. p. 99 É. Captain England, from 12 F. with Captain Milne,

Deaths. 23 F. Temple, from 14 F. with Captain Maitland,

Col. Sir F. E. B. Hervey, Bt. 11 Dragoons, fm. Staff in Ionian Islands.

24 Sept. 1819 Tappenden, from 54 F. With Captain Brevet Major Brome, 10 F. at Malta,

25 June Campbell, h. p. 56 F.

Captain O'Keefe, York Rang. at Barbadoes, Dubérley, from 11 Dr. with Captain Craw.

24 June ford, h. p.

Siborn, 9 F. at St. Vincent's

14 July Lieut. Phillips, from 23 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Leonard, 32 F. at Corfu Waller, h. p. 97 F.

Lieut. King, 15 F.at Halifax, Nova Scotia 22 July Wilson, from 57 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Gill, 2 Ceylon Regt. at Calcutta 29 Nov. Vincent, h. p.

Bruce, ret. list 4 Vet. Bat. at Quebec Horton, from 2 Life Guards, rec. diff. with

30 June Lieut. Kingscote, h. p. Coldst. Gds.

Adj. Dixon, h. p. Ogle's Levy
M'Swiny, from 8 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. As. Surg. Bell, 86 F. at Madras

17 Mar. Baynes, h. p. Corsican Rang.

Bart. Master, Cowell, at Gosport

Aug.

III. NAVAL.

Promotions.
Vice-Admiral of Great Britain, Sir Willam Young.

Rear-Admiral of Great Britain, Sir James Saumarez, Bart.
Names.
Names.

Names.
Admirals.
Sir Thos. F. Fremantle

Chas. Wm. Paterson, Esq. John Child Purvis, Esq.

Sir Francis Laforey, Bart. Sir George Cockburn Theophilus Jones, Esq.

Sir Philip Chas. Durham

Thos. Surridge, Esq. Sir William Domett

Sir Israel Pellew

Samuel Hood Linzee, Esq. William Wolseley, Esq.

Alexander Frazer, Esq.

James Carpenter, Esq. Sir John Sutton

Sir Benjamin Hallowell

Robert Barton, Esq. Robert Murray, Esq.

The Right Hon. Lord Amelius Sir Graham Moore Hon. Sir Alex. Inglis Cochrane Beauclerk

Matthew Henry Scott, Esq. John Markham, Esq. Wm. Taylor, Esq.

Rear-Admirals. Henry D'Esterre Darby, Esq. Sir James Nicol Morris

Willoughby Thos. Lake, Esq. Edward Bowater, Esq.

Sir Thos. Byam Martyn

Sir Charles Ogle, Bart.
George Palmer, Esq.
John Lawford, Esq.

Henry Raper,

Esq. Sir Eliab Harvey

Frank Sotheron, Esq.

Wm. Charles Fahie, Esq. Sir Edmund Nagle

Thos. Wolley, Esq

Sir George Eyre
Vice-Admirals.

Sir Wm. Johnstone Hope Robert Lambert Esq.
Francis Fayerman, Esq.

The Right Hon. Lord Henry Jos. Bingham, Esq. The R. H.G.E. of Galloway, K.T. Paulet

Robert Dudley Oliver, Esq.

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Appointments. To be Commander in Chief in the East Indies, Rear-Admiral the Hon. Sir Henry Blackwood, Bart.

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Ships. Ditto Owen Glendower Ditto Ditto Ditto Phaeton Queen Charlotte Raleigh Ro. Geo. Yacht Sappho Severn Ditto Ditto Spartan Ditto Superb Ditto Ditto Ditto Tartar Tribune Tyne Griper Rev. Cut. Stork ditto Ordinaryat Wool. OrdinaryatPlym.

Flag-Lieutenant, Price Blackwood. To be Commander in Chief in South America, Commodore Sir Thomas M. Hardy, Bart.-Flag Lieu

tenant, Thomas Bourchier.

Blossom
Carnation
Cygnet
Dover
Drake
Fly
Harlequin
Icarus
Leander
Northumber).
Owen Glendower
Pr. Reg. Yacht
Roy. Geo. Yacht
Spey
Superb

Names.

Captains.
F. E. V. Vernon
Henry Shiffner
Thomas Bennett
A. B. Bingham
W.N. Glasscock
John T. Coffin
Charles C. Parker
Henry A. Eliot
Charles Richardson
Thomas Harvey
Hon. Robert Spencer
Sir Michael Seymour
Hon. Charles Paget
John D. Boswall
Thomas White

Lieutenants.
George Smith
Thomas Gahan
Edward Aitchison
James Robinson
Thos. Robinson
Charles Davis
W. F. Sayer
James M Donald
W.F. Wentworth
Robert Card
H. R, Eastwood
C. R. Milbourne
Christopher Jobson
Henry R. Moorsom
R. P. Herbert
Andrew Smith
John Train
Edward L. Rich
William Jones
Edward Hillman
Thos. Pennington
Robert Gordon
Charles English
James Gordon
Allan F. Gardner
Benjamin T. Stow
Robert Gore
Price Blackwood, F.L.
James Savage
Henry

Rushworth
Rich. Beaumont (act.).
Henry Richmond (act.)
Hugh Hawkshaw
J. E. Griffith (act) F. L.
M. M. Magrath

Alert
Bann
Brisk
Bulwark
Carnation
Cherokee
Ditto
Creole
Cygnet
Ditto
Cyrus
Dover
Ditto
Ditto
Euryalus
Ditto
Falmouth
Ditto
Hind
Icarus
Impregnable
Iphigenia
Larne
Leander
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Liverpool
Ditto
Mersey
Nautilus
Newcastle
Ditto
Nimrodo

Carnation
Cherokee
Cygnet
Dover
Falmouth
Fly
Leander
Lee
Owen Glendower
Rosario

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

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9. Hawkhill, the lady of the Lord Justice Clerk, 8 son.

- At Slateford, Mrs Dr Belfrage, a son.

10. At Stonefield, Canaan, near Edinburgh, the lady of Lieutenant Peter Thomson, a daughter.

12. The wife of a poor labourer, named William Hannah, who lodges near the Swan Inn, in the Old Fleshmarket, Dumfries, was safely delivered of three daughters, who, with their mother, are doing well.

14. In Albany-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Walter Ferrier, a daughter.

At Edinburgh, the lady of Henry Meredyth Jervis White Jervis, Esq. a son.

At the manse of Strathden, Mrs Gordon Forbes, Towie, a son.

15. At Thirlestane, in Etterick, the lady of the honourable Captain Napier, R. N. a son and heir.

- At New Saughton, the lady of James Watson, Esq. of Saughton, a son.

16. At Northumberland-street, Edinburgh, the lady of Major James Lee, a daughter.

17. The lady of Duncan Robertson, Esq. of Carron Vale, in the county of Stirling, a son and heir.

At Montpelier House, Burrowmuirhead, Mrs Scott, a son

Ships.
Scout
Sybille

Names.
Robert J. Barrett (act.)
William Wilson

Surgeons.
James Rankin (act.)
Joseph Maclean (act.)
John Crocket
Wm. M Donald
D. T. M'Carthy
Wm. Boyd
T. M. Buchan
Samuel Philips
James Brown
Robt. Finlayson
Patrick Hill
George Roddam
M. Burnside
John Neill
John Tarn (act.)
Charles Kent
Wm, West
Obadiah Pineo
Robert Guthrie

Assistant Surgeons
J. H. Chandler
Daniel Schaw
Wm. Dickson
W. E. Courtis
John Love
David Nimmo
Abraham Courtney
John Dobie
Alex. Blair
Henry G. Brock
Wm. Bell

Bann
Beaver
Cygnet
Dover
Falmouth
Leander
Minden
Nimrod
Owen Glendower
Phaeton
Raleigh
Roy. Geo. Yacht
Slaney
Superb
Sybille
Tartar
Tyne
Vengeur
Wasp
Argonaut
Bulwark
Camel
Dwarf
Heron
Hyperion
Larne
Leander
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto

son.

BIRTHS. August 12, At No 41, Hanover-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Thomas Ewing, a daughter.

The Countess of Abingdon, a son. 14. The lady of Admiral Sir Richard Strahan, a daughter.

16. At Drums, Carse of Gowrie, the 'wife of a labouring man, named Alexander Moodie, three children, a boy and two girls, who are all doing well.

20. At Anne Street, Stockbridge, Mrs Faulds, a 21. The lady of H. H. Jones, Esq. of Llynon, North Wales, a son.

22. At Madeira, the lady of Robert Wallas, Esq. a daughter.

23. At Parson's Green, Mrs Alexander Smith, a daughter.

24. At Lieutenant-Colonel Sir David Ogilby's, London, lady Ogilby, a son.

At Stirling, Mrs Captain Forrester, a daughter.

26. At Chesterhall, Mrs Gray, a daughter.

27. At Letham, Fifeshire, the lady of Thomas Snook, Esq. a son and heir.

28. In Curzon-sti London, the lady Caroline Ann Macdonald of Clanronald, a son and heir.

29. At Clumber Park, Tuxford Notts, her Grace the Duchess of Newcastle, a daughter.

- At Netherlay, Mrs Silver, a daughter.

- At Forge Lodge, Dumfries-shire, the lady of P. Mein, Esq. a son.

30. At Darsham House, Suffolk, the lady of Major Purvis, a son.

- At Dundas-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Donaldson, a daughter.

31. At Ayr, Mrs Hill of Dudley, a son.

- At Rosiere, near Lyndhurst, the Countess of Errol, a daughter.

September 3. At Dunnottar, lady Kennedy, a son. 5. At Saxonbury Lodge, Tunbridge Wells, the lady of Daniel Rowland,

Esq: a son. 7. At Rockbank, Mrs Colin Campbell, Jura, a daughter.

At Athlone, the lady of Major-General Macleod, 78th regiment, a daughter.

- At Drakies, the lady of L. Mackintosh, Esq. of Raigmore, a son.

8. In Wimpole-street, London, the lady of Edward Marjoribanks, Esq. a daughter.

19. No 22, Northumberland-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Stoddart, a son.

21. At the manse of Maderty, Mrs Touch, a son. 22. At Penicuik House, lady Clerk, a son.

23. At Edinburgh, the honourable lady Fergusson, a son.

MARRIAGES. August 13. At Tradeston, Captain J. Clerk, of the 72d regiment, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Roger Graham, Esq. of Ardnachkaig, Argyleshire.

19. The Earl of St Germains, to Harriett, daughter of the right honourable Reginald Pole Carew,

23. William Renny, Esq. W.s. and Solicitor of Legacy Duties, to Margaret, second daughter of John Napier, Esq. of Mollance.

24. At Crailing Manse, the Reverend James Strachan, minister of Caver, to Jane, second daughter of the Reverend David Brown.

25. At Luss Manse, the Reverend Mr James M'Lagan, to Miss Stuart, daughter of the Reverend Dr Stuart, Luss.

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