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16 May

22 Aug.

Lambert, from 11 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Statham, 81 F. on passage to New S. Wales Chambre, hp. York Light Inf. Vol.

Hall, hp. 81 F.

10 July 1819 Fowle, from 58 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Fire

Garrard, late Roy. Gar. Bat.

27 Sept. brace, hp. R. York Ran.

Haverkam, of late 11 Vet. Bat.
Jack, from 58 F. rec. diff. with Lt. O'Hehir,

J. Day, Royal Artillery

Nov. hp.

P. M.Lachlan, 59 F. Bengal 14 April Smith, from 60 F. with Lieut. Eason, hp. Ensign M‘Mahon, 86 F.

17 do. Ensign Browne, from 40 F. with Ensign Curten,

Lowe, 2 W. I. R. hp. 4 W. I. R.

Brooks, S. Lincoln Militia

13 Sept. Malcolm, from 42 F. rec. diff. with Ensign Paymaster Turner, 58 F.

30 Aug. Hogarth, hp. 99 F.

Quar. Mast. Gaze, N. Glocester Mil.
Bruno, from 60 F. rec. diff. with Ensign

Stoddart, 34 F.
Dickson, hp.

Medical Department. Paym. Gapper, from 64 F. with Capt. Drawwater, Dr Ryan, Staff Surg. at Bermudas hp. 104 F.

Additions and Alterations while Printing. Quar. Master Hall, from 61 F. with Quar. Master Tyrrell, hp. 88 É.

Coldst. G. Ensign and Lieut. Hon. W. R. Rous to Assist. Surg. Hume, from Staff Med. Department,

be Lt. and Capt. vice Duncombe, res. with Assist. Surg. Woodrofte, hp.

18 Nov.

Hon. Henry Dundas to be Ensign and Resignations and Retirements.

Lieut.

do. Major Pears, 64 F.

Edm. OʻRyan to be Ensign by purch. Captain Clifton, Coldstream Foot Gds.

vice Marlton, ret.

do. Cornet Willey, 3 Dr. Gds.

39 Capt. Tho. Cox, from hp. Port. Serv. Quarter Master Nankivel, Cornwall Militia

to be Capt. vice Watling, exch. do.

40 Lieut. Hen. Helmsley, from hp. to be Appointments Cancelled.

Lt. vice Anthony, exch. rec. dift. do. Ensign W. A. Stewart, 28 F.

46 Capt. W. Mallett, from hp. 56 F. to be Ross, 58 F.

Capt. vice Protheroe, exch. do. Staff Assist. Surg. F. Brown, from hp. 4 Dr. Gds. 51 Lieut. W. H. Hare to be Capt. by pur. Superseded.

do.

vice Smellie, ret. 2d Lieut. Bligh, Rifle Brigade

Ensign A. Frazer, to be Lieut by purch.

do. Removed from the Service.

M. Miller, to be Ensign by purch. do. Quarter Master Kiernan, 8 F.

60 Lieut. Benj. Des Voeux, fm. 11. Dr. to

be Capt. by pur. vice Trumbach, ret. Dismissed.

21 Oct. Paymaster Austin, W. Middlesex Militia

63

Lieut. Tho. Fairtlough to be Capt, by Quarter Master Miles, (Lt.) W. Middlesex Mil.

purch. vice Wynne, ret. 18 Nov.

Ensign Wm Hughes to be Lieut. by pur. Deaths.

do. Colonel Bold, 1st Lancashire Militia

J. Ward to be Ensign by purch. do. Major T. Baylis, hp. York Ran. Dep. Assist. Adj. 65

Capt. W. J. Moorhouse, from hp. 3 F. General at Dublin

8 Nov. 1819

Gds. to be Capt. vice Campbell, exch. Vignoles, hp. 76 F.

rec. diff.

do. Capt. Thomson, 17 F. Bengal

5 April

73 H. Leckey to be Ensign, vice Maugher, Dean, 53 F. Trichinopoly, Ceylon 7 May

dead

do. Price, 34 F. Madras

April

Paym. J. Bews, from hp. 1 Greek Lt. Costley, 87 F. Cawnpore

Inf, to be Paym. vice Birch, exch. do. Mercer, Royal English, Bermuda 25 Aug 77 Lieut. C. Barry, from hp. 60 F, to be Lieut. Algeo, 34 F. in Camp at Bangalore, Madra,

Lieut. vice Graham, exc. rec. diff. do. 23 April

80 Capt. J. Maclean to be Major by purch. Rumley, 30 F. Secunderabad, Madras

vice Kingdon, ret.

do, 16 March

Lieut. N. Baker to be Capt. by pur. do. Martin, Town Adj. at Berwick, and of late

Ensign A. J. Caldwell to be Lieut. by 1 Vet. Bat.

15 Nov.
purch.

do. Langson, hp. 69 F. Madras

15 April

Cha. Crickett to be Ensign by pur. do, Host, hp. 53 F. Trichinopoly, Ceylon Rifle Br. 2d Lieut. J. Fennell, from hp. to be

13 Dec. 1818

20 Lieut. vice Bligh, superseded do.

24 May

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

The month of November has been unusually cold. The temperature sunk almost every night towards the freezing point, and frequently below it. During the day, it rose only once to 50, and often did not reach 40. After the 12th, the frost was at times very severe, especially on the 18th, 24th, 26th, 27th, and 28th, but was frequently interrupted by intervals of open weather. During the great cold on the night of the 27th, the thermometer was very unsteady, frequently rising and falling 5 or 6 degrees in as many minutes. The mean temperature is fully 10 degrees lower than that of November last year, and 8} below that of the same month, 1817. The temperature of spring water is also 5 degrees lower than last year. The barometer during the month was rather unsteady, the mean daily fluctuation being greater than usual ; but, up to the 28th, there had fallen little more than half an inch of rain. During the last three days, the quantity amounted to an inch. Notwithstanding the great depression of temperature, the mean of Leslie's hygrometer is greater than during November last year, indicating, of course, an unusually dry state of the atmosphere. The mean point of saturation is consequently a little below the minimum temperature, and the relative humidity is not much above the annual average. The month altogether is very different from what November generally is in this climate.

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

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

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Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER. Degrees.
Mean of greatest daily heat,

41.9 Maximum,

4th day,

50-0 ....cold, 31.6 Minimum,

27th

20.5 temperature, 10 A. M. 37-3 Lowest maximụm, 27th

33.5 10 P. M.

35.6
Highest minimum, 30th

41.5 of daily extremes,

36.8
Highest, 10 A. M. 5th

49.0 ............ 10 A. M. and 10 P. M.

36.5 Lowest ditto,

28th

24.0 ........ 4 daily observations,

Highest, 10 P. M. 30th

45.5 Whole range of thermometer,

309.5 Lowest ditto

27th

27.0 Mean daily ditto, 10.3 Greatest range in 24 hours, 24th

19.5 temperature of spring water,

43.0 Least ditto,

16th

5.5
BAROMETER.
Inches.
BAROMETER,

Inches.
Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 14) 29.594 Highest, 10 A. M.

18th

30.165 ............ 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 44) 29.594 Lowest ditto,

6th

28.980 ......... both, (temp. of mer. 44)

29.594
Highest, 10 P. M.

18th

30.140 Whole range of barometer,

9.035
Lowest ditto,

20th

28.980 Mean ditto, during the day, .144 Greatest range in 24 hours, 10th

.685 night, .157 Least ditto,

.110 ............. in 24 hours,

.301

HYGROMETER. Degrees.
HYGROMETER. Degrees.
Leslie. Highest, 10 A. M. 3d

26.0 Rain in inches,

1.518
Lowest ditto, 29th

(1.0 Evaporation in ditto,

.825
Highest, 10 P. M. 10th

25.0 Mean daily Evaporation,

.027
Lowest ditto, 29th

0.0 Leslie. Mean, 10 A. M.

9.3 Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. 5th 42.2 ..................... 10 P. M.

6.7

Lowest ditto, 23d 19.0 both, 8.0

Highest, 10 P.M. 43.4 Anderson. Point of Dep. 10 A. M. 30.9

Lowest ditto, 22d 19.6 10 P. M.

30.8 ........ Relat. Hum. Highest, 10 A.M. 29th 100.0 both, 30.9

.... Least ditto,

3d 51.0 Relat. Humid. 10 A.M.

81.3

................................ Greatest, 10 P.M. 29th 100.0 10 P. M. 85.5

Least ditto, 10th 56.0 83.4

Mois. 100 cub, in. Greatest, 10 A.M. 14th .189 ............... Grs. mois. in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M..132

Least ditto, 23d .087 ............10 P.M. .132

............................... Greatest, 10 P. M. 5d ,197 both, .132

Least ditto,

22d .089 Fair days, 18; rainy days, 12. Wind west of meridian, 23 ; east of meridian, 7.

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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, afterThe second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register

Thermometer.

noon.

18

19 / M.30

20 M.34

21 M.29

Attach.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

Ther. Barom.

Ther. Wind.
M.27 29.722 M.36
Nov. 1
A. 33

M.29 29.356 M.37} N.
.553 A.38
N.W. Frost, dull. Nov.16 {

A.35 .504 A. 36 Showery.
M.31
2
.432 M.37

M.34
A. 37
.453 A. 38 S
N.W. Frost, fair. 17{

.797 M.40
A. 40

E.

.879 A. 39 Heavy rain. S M.29 .542 M.39

Frost morn.

M.34
w.
A. 35

.999 M.38
.469 A.42
rain aftern.

A. 37
.969 A. 39

S.W. Mild, sunsh.
M.38 .450 M.44
A. 44 .354 A.45
Cble. Rain aftern.

.788 M.45)
A. 39 .529 A. 36

Cble. Fair, dull.
M.39 28.998 M.47
5

.114 M.45
4.49
.954 A. 46 ) N.W. Showery.

UA.37 128.999 A. 38

S.W. (Rain, sun. 6 M.39 .854 M.41

1998 M.38
A. 39 .856 A. 40 ) Cble. Rain, sleet.

A. 37 29.215 A. 35 N.W. Frost,
7{ 1.39 29.286) A.39}
N.

M.24

22 Frost, hail.

.236 M.35 A. 29

.329 A. 33 }(N.W. Keen fr. sun.
8{
M.30 .461 M.43

M.22
A. 37

.414 M.31
.496 A. 47

23
Frost, fair.

A. 27 .582 A. 35 N. W. Ditto.
9{
M.29 .322 M.38 1 Frost morn.

(M.22

24 A.39 28.956 A. 42

.638 M.34 rain aftern.

A.34 .819 A.37

N.W. Ditto.
10
M.29
.999 M.42

Showery,
Cble.

M.22

25
A. 42 29.556 A. 42

.681 M.33
cold.
A.30 .580 A. 34

N.W. Ditto,
M.38
11
.834 M.43

M.28
26

.464 M.35
A. 41
.998 A. 43) N.W. Fair, dull,

A. 34
.494 A.34

Cble. Sleet, snow.
12{
M.36 .952 M.41

W.
A. 41

.595 M.31
M.23

27
Mild, sunsh.
.918 A. 42

N.W.Keen frost.

A. 32 .568 A. 35
M.33 .747 M.40 YCble. Fair, dull.

M.22
28.
.413 M.38

Frost fore.
A. 37 .620 A.38 }

A.30 .154 A. 35 } N.w.
M.32 .495 M.43

Cole.
Frost,sleet,&

M.22 28.999 M.41

29
.481 A. 40
rain aftern.

A.46 29.353 A. 40

S.W. Mild, rain af. 15 M.32 .481 M.38

30

M.28 28.999 M.40
A. 35
-453A. 37 } N.W. Rain, sleet.

S.W. Rain aftern.
A. 42

,999 A, 46} Average of Rain, 2.3 inches.

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS.

Oct. 15. At Sir A. M'Donald's, Sheen, Mrs Randolph, a daughter.

At Kennington, Mrs J. Mackie, a daughter. 22. At Belvidere, the lady of John Robertson, Esq; of Foveran, a son:

23. At Eskmount, the Hon. Mrs Ogilvy of Clova, a daughter.

- At Dublin, the lady of Major Menzies, 42d regiment, a daughter.

- A poor woman, the wife of a labouring man, named Scully, residing at Glengariff, near Bantry, was delivered of four children, three sons and a daughter, who are likely to live and do well.

25. At Camberwell Grove, London, Mrs William Scott, a son.

26. At Edinburgh, Mis Hogarth, Hart Street, a daughter.

At Dunbar, Mrs George Sandilands, a son. Nov. 1. At Nelson-street, Mrs Dalrymple, a son.

3. At Darnhall, the Hon. Mrs Oliphant Murray, & son,

4. At nno Love, the lady of Colonel the Hon. P. Stuart, a daughter.

At Inchmarlo, the lady of Henry Iveson, Esq. of Black bank, a daughter.

- At Hillsborough, the Marchioness of Downshire, a son.

5. The lady of James Gibbon, Esq. of South Castle-street, Edinburgh, a daughter.

- At Bristol, Mrs Daniel Fripp, a daughter. 6. At Lynedoch-place, Edinburgh, Mrs Foulis of Woodhall, a daughter.

- Mrs Dunbar, Society, Edinburgh, a son. 8. At No 51, Queen-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Thomas Kinnear, a daughter.

- At the Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea, the lady of P. Macgregor, Esq. a son.

11. Mrs Abercromby of Birkenbog, a daughter. - At Stonybank, the lady of Major J. S. Sinclair, royal artillery, a daughter.

At Chapelton, the lady of Captain John A. Durie, late of the 92d regiment, a daughter.

12. At Maitland-street, the lady of Sir Alexander M'Kenzie of Avoch, a son.

- At Edinburgh, the Hon. Mrs Dundas of Dundas, a son and heir.

- At 66, Frederick-street, Edinburgh, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Taylor, 10th Hussars, á daughter.

11. At 35, Gilinore place, Edinburgh, Mrs Gibson, a son.

16. At Brahan Castle, Ross-shire, the Hon. Mrs Stewart Mackenzie of Seaforth, a daughter.

Mrs Brown, George-street, Edinburgh, a son.

At Cockenzie, Mrs H. F. Cadell, a son. 17. At New Laverock Bank, Mrs William Swinton Maclean, a still-born child.

At Ballinaby, Mrs Campbell, a son. 20. At Castle Fraser, the lady of Colonel Fraser, a still-born son.

21. At 33, Gilmore-place, Mrs Robertson, a daughter.

26. At Gouyave, in the island of Grenada, the lady of Dr Henry Palmer, a daughter.

27. Mrs Alexander Douglas, Albany-street, Ed. inburgh, a daughter.

- Åt his Excellency's residence, London, the Countess Lieven, a son.

Londonderry, to Miss Christie Hamilton, eldest daughter of Charles Dalrymple, Esq. Gill's Cottage, county of Londonderry.

22. At Leith, Mr William Young, merchant, Couper.street, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr James Ferguson, merchant, St Andrew's-street, Edinburgh.

25. Ai Whitehouse, James Skinner, Esq. writer, Edinburgh, to Jean, youngest daughter of Robert Vernor, Esq. late of Fisherrow.

Ai Nicolson-square, Edinburgh, Mr Henry Gardner, to Eliza Mary, daughter of Mr Alexanda Grant, writer.

- Át Glasgow, Mr Alexander Braid, Paisley, to Anna, eldest daughter of Thomas Lang, Esq. of Flemmington

- At Athlone, John M‘Roberts, Esq. of Lástoodor, county of Down, to Mary, second daugh ter of the deceased William Finlason, Esq. late of Union-place, Aberdeen.

26. At Hillhouse, Robert Ramage Liston, Esc. to Janet, eldest daughter of George Johnston, Esa. of Hillhouse.

- At Castlebellingham, Ireland, the Reverend Thomas Plunkett, eldest son of the Right Hon. William Plunket, to Louisa Jane, second daughter of the late John William Foster, Esq.

29. At Edinburgh, Sir Joseph Radeliffe, Bart. of Millsbridge House, in the county of York, to jscobina, youngest daughter of the late Capt. John Macdonell, Berwick-upon-Tweed.

- Robert Marshall, Esq. writer to the signet, to Mrs Shirley, late wife of Captain Shirley,

Mr John Pillans, printer, to Helen, eldest daughter of Mr Archibald Glen, com-merchant, Edinburgh.

- W. B. Rose, Esq. of Rhinie, to Mary, young, est daughter of the late David M'Culloch, Esq. of Glastulloch.

Nov. 1. At Glasgow, Mr B. Armour, merchant, to Isabella, youngest daughter of Alexander Brown, Esq. Meiklehill.

- At Haddington, David Skirving, Esq. Garleton, to Margaret Lindsay, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Robert Scot, one of the ministers of Haddington.

Ai Edinburgh, James Cruickshank, hosier, to Margaret Smith, relict of John Smith, A.M.

In St Paul's chapel, York Place, William Ronald, Esq. captain in his Majesty's 6th regiment, to Elizabeth George, daughter of the late Lieut.General Benson.

3. Mr Robert Nasmyth, surgeon, Edinburgh, to Mary Lockhart, eldest daughter of David Jobsoa, sen. Esq. Dundee.

Mr Espinasse, to Miss J. Cruickshanks of Gerrard-street, Soho-square, London.

4. At Ofiley, Herts, James Gordon Murdoch, Esq. of Oakfield, Berks, to Caroline Penelope, fifth daughter of the late Samuel Gambier, En commissioner of his Majesty's navy, and niece to Admiral Lord Gambier.

6. In St Paul's chapel, York-place, James Hay, Esq. eldest son of the late Captain Hay of the royal navy, to Mary, only daughter of Major A. Hay, formerly of the 35th regiment of foot,

9. At Kincorth, Frederick Grant, Esq. of Que bec, to Davina, youngest daughter of the late Robe Grant, Esq. of Kincorth.

- At her father's house, Edinburgh, J. D. H. Hay. Esq. to Miss Jane, second daughter of Wm. Sanderson, Esq. merchant, Edinburgh.

- At Edinburgh, Mr Walter Burns, upholsterer in Edinburgh, to Miss Margaret Honyman, daugde ter of the late Patrick Honyman, Esq. of Græmky.

- At Glasgow, James Wilson, Esq. advocate, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late John Crawford. Esq. of Broadfield.

Ac Glasgow, Mr Walter Ballantyne, Shira, to Miss Bell, daughter of the deceased Mr Thomas Bell, merchant.

- At Ayr, Maurice Tweedie, Esq. of the Hon. East India Company's service, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Alexander Gardnet. Esq.

- At Edinburgh, Mr Alexander M‘Kay of Eel.

MARRIAGES. Oct. 16. Dr Burnside, royal navy, to Sophia, daughter of the late David Burnside of Ardmore, Esq.

18. Colonel Fitz-Clarence, (natural son of the Duke of Clarence by Mrs Jordan) to Miss Windham, second daughter of the Earl of Egremount. The marriage was private. The young pair set out immediately for the Continent.

- At Ayı, Patrick Gilmour, Esq. of the city of

fast, to Jean, daughter of Mr David Murray, Cal Oct. 5. At Florence, the Dowager Countess of ton-hill

Shaftesbury: 10. At Broich, John M‘Farlan, Esq. younger of - At Perth, Alexander Moncrieff, Esq. Captain Ballincleroch, to Miss Janet Buchanan Ewing, in the Royal Ayr Militia. daughter of the late Robert Ewing, Esq. manu 7. At his house, near Cupar in Fife, Dr John facturer in Glasgow.

Govan, physician in Cupar. 11. At Greeuburn, Berwickshire, Mr Joseph 14. At Bernice, ArgyUshire, Donald Fletcher, Liddle, solicitor Supreme Courts, to Mary Anne, Esq. of Bernice. youngest daughter of the late William 'Bogue, -- At Pictou, Nova Scotia, Edward Mortimer, Esq. of Greenburn.

Esq. merchant. He was a native of Scotland, and 13. At St Pancras church, Charles Phillips, Esq. having gone thither in early life, soon rose to high of the Irish bar, to Miss Whalley of Camden Town. consideration by his character and talents.

15. At Makerstown, Major-General Sir Thomas 15. At London, Captain Andrew Anderson, of Brisbane, K C.B. to Anna Maria, eldest daughter the Honourable East India Company's service, of Sir Henry Hay Makdougall, Bart. of Makers Bombay. town.

17. At Anderston, Glasgow, John Mʻllwham, 16. At Wellhall, by the Rev. Mr Story of Rose Esq. of Carnbroe. neath, Captain Archibald Stewart, of the rifle. 19. At London, William Spence, Felton, son of brigade, to Eliza Robina, only child of the late Mr William Spence, Felton-green, Musselburgh. Robert Cross of Barrachnie, Esq.

- At Innerleithen, Mrs Agnes Greig, James's 18. At Irvine, Mr Henry David Dickie, Secre. Court, Edinburgh. tary to the Caledonian Insurance Company of At Edinburgh, Mr David Dow, of the British Edinburgh, to Margaret Ann, youngest daughter Linen Company's Bank. of the late Hector Allen, Esq. merchant, Glasgow. 20. At Edinburgh, the Rev. John Macmillan of

- At Greenock, Major Alan Macdonald, of the Stirling, in the 68th year of his age, and 42d of 55th regiment, to Miss Flora Nicolson, eldest his ministry. daughter of Patrick Nicolson, Esq. of Ardmore. 20. At Juniperbank, Alison, aged 15; and on

19. Mr John Livingston, merchant, to Ann, the 23d, Jane, aged 17, daughters of Mr John eldest daughter of Mr Alexander Mutter, Melville. Thorburn. 23. At Catharine Bank, Mr John Hunter, mer

At Lisbon, Mary, sixth daughter of the late chant, Edinburgh, to Miss Margaret Sawers, George Ramsay, Esq. of Barnton. daughter of the late Mr Alexander Sawers, ac 21. At Exeter, James Connell, Esq. merchant in countant in Glasgow.

Glasgow. - At Paisley, Mr John Hart, writer, Paisley, - At London, the Hon. Frederick Sylvester to Margaret, daughter of Mr John Gibb of Linside. North Douglas, only son of Lord Glenbervie, and

At Hillside, near Glasgow, Mr John New. member of parliament for the burgh of Banbury. lands, at Lachone Mill, to Miss Rae, only daughter - Mrs Hutchison, relict of Mr l'homas Hutchi. of the deceased Mr John Rae, merchant, Grass son, baker in Edinburgh. market, Edinburgh.

22. At Brodie's Buildings, Canongate, Mr John - George Johnston, M.D. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Reid, writer. to Catherine, daughter of the deceased Mr Cladius - At Edinburgh, in her 82d year, Miss Anne Charles, surgeon, late of the staff, West Indies. Wishart, daughter of the late Dr William Wishart,

26. At Edinburgh, Mr Duncan Fisher, printer, principal of the college of Edinburgh. te Mary, second daughter of Mr John Baillie, High 23. Mr James Bauchop of Brucefield, Mid Cal. Street.

der, aged 72. LatelyAt Edinburgh, Mr William Thomson, - At Callander, Mrs M'Arthur, widow of the tobacconist, to Isabella, eldest daughter of Mr late Alexander M'Arthur, Esq. of Littlemill. Tho. Newlands, rope-manufacturer, Grassmarket. 25. At her house in Maitland-street, Miss Ram

say, daughter of the late Robert Ramsay, Esq.

merchant, Leith. DEATHS.

- At Edinburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Rattray, relict

of David Robertson, Esq. late of Bleaton, aged 88. April 23. At Columbo, island of Ceylon, Lieut. At 5, North St David-street, Edinburgh, John Hogarth, of the Bengal infantry, third son of

Robert Thom. James Hogarth, Esq. of Berwick.

26. At Annfield, Henry Miller of Pourin, M.D. Charles Eliott, Esq. of the Hon. East India Com of the Hon. the East India Company's service. pany's service, sixth son of the late Sir William At Blair Drummond, George Home DrumEliott of Stobbs, Bart. He fell gallantly in the at mond, Esg. of Blair Drummond. tack of the fort of Rupal Droog, in the East In. At Ellinburgh, in the 84th year of her age, dies, on the 13th May last.

Mrs Barbara Lockhart, daughter of the late John At Trinchinopoly, in May last, Benjamin Horne, Lockhart, Esq. of Cleghorn. Esq. of the East India Company's civil service, - At his house, near Cupar Fife, Mr Andrew third son of John Horne. Esq. of Surcoke.

Milne of South Balully. June 11. At the Cape of Good Hope, Captain 27. Mr William Young, writer in Stromness, Gregory Page, of the Bengal establishment. Orkney.

At the Isle of France, in July last, the Hon. Sir 28. At Edinburgh, William Govan, Esq. of Her. Alexander Anstruther, recorder of Bombay.

miston. Aug. 23. In Tobago, Mr James Lapslie, second At Greenbank, Miss Jane Renny, eldest son of the Rev. Mr Lapslie, minister of Campsie. daughter of the late Mr Patrick Renny, writer in

28. At Stoney-hill, jamarca, of the yellow fever, Falkirk. Lieut. Colonel Blainey, of the 92d 'regiment of Mary Westwater, relict of Mr John Megget, foot. It would be impossible to do justice to the merchant, Edinburgh. memory of this very excellent officer, by enume 29. At Coltbridge, Mrs Lindsay, relict of Mr rating his many amiable qualities; it is only those John Lindsay. who had the happiness of knowing him, that can - The Right Rev. Edmund Derby, D.D. Rojustly appreciate his untimely loss, which is so man Catholic bishop of Dromore. deeply felt by his disconsolate widow, his family, 20. At Florence, William Mackenzie, Esq. of and the regiment to which he belonged.

the island of St Vincent. 25. At Savannah, Georgia, North America, - At Carfrae, in the 78th year of his age, Robt. aged 26 years, the lady of John Williamson Stirk, Hogarth, Esq. tenant there. Esq. daughter of the late Captain John Baugh, of - At Easter Causeyend, Mr Thomas Graham, the 58th regiment of foot.

farmer. Sept. 15. At Roslin, in the State of South Caro 31. Mrs Agnes Redfoord, wife of Mr Robert Jina, Archibald Simpson Johnstone, Esq. eldest Lamb, wood-merchant, Leith Walk. son of Adam Johnstone, Esq. collector of his Ma Nov. 1. At Swinton Manse, Mrs Harriet Hepjesty's customs, Greenock.

burn Mitchelson, wife of John Tait, younger of 23. At Edinburgh, Mrs Jean Home Buchan. Pirn, W.s. She was the last of that family of Home, formerly - At Kirkwall, Orkney, in the 230 year of her of Kello, in Berwickshire.

age, Agnes Scar, wife of James Spence, Esq. mer28. At Malden, in America, of the prevalent chant. fever, Colonel John Ogilvy. He was one of his At Dysart, James Davidson Fleming, M.D. Majesty's commissioners under the 6th and 7th aged 23. articles of the treaty of Ghent.

2. At No 11, North Hanover-street, Edinburgh,

year 1761.

aged 92.

Mr Andrew Ewing, aged 70 years, father of Tho. 13. At Edinburgh, in the 46th year of her age,
Ewing, teacher there.

Mary, wife of Mr Daniel Forrest, sen. merchant

, At her house in George-street, Miss Catherine High-street, Edinburgh. Her amiable disposition Morison Mackenzie, daughter of the late Sir Ro and mildness of manners endeared her to all who derick Mackenzie of Scatwell, Bart.

knew her, and, as an affectionate and tender mo3. At Edinburgh, aged 88, Miss Margaret ther, her loss is irreparable. M'Laurin, daughter of the deceased Mr Donald At Cambridge, in the 18th year of his age, M'Laurin, some time surgeon in Edinburgh, and Walter Clarke Cliffe, only surviving son of Lieut. sister of the late Dr M Laurin, physician in Lon Colonel Darby, of Grosvenor-place, Bath. don.

At Glasgow, Mr John Steven, bookseller. - In the charity work-house of this city, John 14. At 45, Frederick-street, Edinburgh, Jane Barclay, aged upwards of 80 years. He resided in Stewart, the infant daughter of Peter Macdowall

, this establishment for more than 73 years, during accountant. which time he never slept a night out of the house. At Balmuto, Mr James Young, 47 years When he was admitted, there were only twelve faithful gardener there, and who last year obtained inmates resident in the house.

the Caledonian Horticultural Society's medal for At Prescot, Lancashire, aged 87, John Hasle the reward of long and honest services. den. He served in the siege of Quebec, in the At Wester Portsburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Car15th regiment, and was employed by the immortal michael, spouse of Mr John Lizars, boot and shoe Wolfe, as his valet, until the death of the hero, maker. when he entered the service of General Murray, At Glenmore, Argyllshire, Mrs Campbell

, with whom he remained until his discharge, in

senior, of Glenmore. the

15. At Gilmore-place, in the 21st year of his are 4. At her house in Castle-street, Mrs Dirom, Mr Andrew Home, youngest son of the late 1: widow of Alexander Dirom, Esq. of Muiresk, in John Home, land-surveyor. the 85th year of her age.

At Orangefield, county of Down, Hugo At Edinburgh, Miss Janet Campbell, daugh Crawford, Esq. many years an eminent and res ter of the deceased Neil Campbell, Esq. late col pectable merchant and banker in Belfast. lector of the customs, Oban.

16. At No 20, Heriot Row, Edinburgh, Patrick, 5. At Traquair Manse, Peebles-shire, the Rev.

infant son of Mr Wishart. James Nicoll, minister of the parish, in the 50th - At Edinburgh, in the 86th year of her age, year of his age. Few men ever descended to the Betty Cameron, a native of Lochaber, who has te grave more universally beloved, and more deeply sided here for the last 60 years. This poor woman regretted.

was one of a small class of people, perhaps more At St Clair Town, Mrs Margaret Kinnear, peculiar to Scotland than any other country, who

never beg, yet never want, and who, without me

: At Edinburgh, Mr Thomas Anderson, for latives, fortune, or certáiti income, are provided merly baker in Potterrow,

for as if they had all these.
Thomas James Steele, eldest son of Andrew 18. At Peebles, John Steel, son of Mr Walter
Steele, Esq. writer to the signet.

Steel.
At Gray's Mill, Mr Belfrage, merchant, - At No 10, Broughton-street, James, eldest
South Bridge, Edinburgh.

son of Dr John Campbell.
6. At Fort William, Mr Joseph Young, of the 19. At Edinburgh, after a short illness, Robert,
Customs, Edinburgh, and acting comptroller at fourth son of the late Robert Kay of Harlaw, Ber-
Fort. William.

wickshire, aged 19. At Edinburgh, Mrs Ann Scott, spouse of - At Rineten, Captain John Macdonald of Gar. Robert Gilmour.

densdale. 7. At Edinburgh, Ramsay, the infant daughter 30: At London, John, only son of Mr Robert of Archibald Douglas, Esq. advocate.

Keltie, of the island of Demerara, West Indies. - Mr Robert Schaw, copper-smith, Prince'sstreet, aged 37.

Lately-Within a few hours of each other, Mr At Portobello, Miss Isabella Clunie, sixth John Green, of Broomyard, in Herefordshire, and daughter of the late Rev. John Clunie, minister of Elizabeth, his wife. They had been married 59 Whitekirk.

years, and had 22 children in little more than 19 At Edinburgh, Mrs Agnus M'Pherson, much years. regretted by her numerous friends and acquaint At Godalming, Nicholas Loftus, Esq. formerly ances.

Lieut.-Colonel of the 4th regiment dragoon guards, 8. At her house, Prince's-street, Mrs Gibson of

in the 80th year of his age. Cliftonhall, aged 88.

In Downshire, at the seat of her brother, in con- At Eskbank, Theodora Walrond, the infant

sequence of a locked jaw, which proceeded from daughter of Mr Wood.

having a tooth drawn the week before, Miss Goro At Doneraile House, in the county of Cork, don, sister to Charles Gordon, Esq. of Wiscombof water in the chest, the Right Hon. Hayes St park. Leger, Viscount Doneraile.. His lordship enjoyed At Paris, Mrs B. Wallis, the wife of Lieutenant: very extensive estates, particularly in the counties General Bayley Wallis, and sister of Sir Robert of Cork and Waterford. He was in his 65th year. Wilson, M. P.

9. At his house, Coats. Crescent, Edinburgh, At London, a few weeks after his return from Lieut.-Colonel Henry Erskine of Sheilfield.

India, Robert Steuart, Esq. of the Hon. East ID: - At Stirling, Mrs Helen Muirhead, relict of dia Company's medical service, third son of the Alexander Sutherland, Esq. late of Woodend.

late Robert Steuart, Esq. of Ballechin. 10. At Campbelltown, Marion, infant daughter At Horseley, Gloucestershire, John Sheppard

, of Captain H, Stevenson.

Esq. He has left £400 to the Gloucester Infirma11. At Leith, Mrs Margaret Brown, wife of Mr ry, and £1000 three per cent. consols to the Society James Thomson, late farmer, Dalhousie.

for Propagating Christian Knowledge. At Edinburgh, William Speid, fourth son of

At St Margaret Stone, near Dunfermlire, after Robert Speid, Esq. writer to the signet.

a long illness, Mrs Isabella Saunders, relict of Ni 12. At his house, in New Burlington-street, Robert Saunders, there. London, in a fit of apoplexy, John Dawson, Esq. At the baths of Tivoli, near Paris, in his 29th an eminent solicitor.

year, Sir Arthur Grey Hazlerigg, Bart. of Nosely - At Edinburgh, David Hay, Esq. of Belton. Hall, Leicestershire.

- At Edinburgh, Miss Margaret Græme, sister Suddenly at Paris, Captain John Doig, late of to Colonel Græme of Inchbraikie,

the 21st regiment.

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