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ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTCIes, announced between the 20th

of Sept. and the 20th of Oct. 1821, extracted from the London Gazette. Arnold, J. H. Lanblethian, near Cowbridge, cattle- Inman, 1. K. Blackman-street, brazier. jobber.

Knowles, J. and Co. Salford, machine-makers. Barnby, 1. New Malton, dealer.

Lavender, J. Leominster, mercer. Barton, J. Blackburn, upholsterer.

Llewellyn, J. and Co. Old Jewry, insurance-bro * Beeston, J. Drayton in Hales, Salop, mercer.

kers. Belcher, I. Enfield, stone-mason.

Lownd, W. Sloane-street, Chelsea, linen-draper. Bower, J. Tothill-street, Westminster, grocer. Mead, T. Sandwich, victualler. Bursey, 1. jun, Goodge-street, Tottenham-court- Mercer, H. Liverpool, merehant. road, stationer.

Moody, S. Frome Selwood, mealman. Butt, I. Tewkesbury, miller.

Richardson, I. Manchester, dealer in cotton. Clayton, J. Bury, Lancaster, undertaker.

Rose, R. N. Holborn, bookseller. Colyer, W. Broad-street, St Giles's boot-maker. Rowbotham, W. Oldham, Lancashire, machineDubois, J. and E. Copthall-street, merchants.

maker. Dunderdale, N. Holbeck, Leeds, clothier. Rowley, M. Bear-street, Leicester-square, dealer. Evans, T. B. Strand, wine-merchant.

Spear, J. Sheffield, merchant. Gardiner, B. Leigh, Worcester, maltster.

steel, w. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, baker. Gibson, T. jun. Liverpool, ship-bread-baker, Stuart, H. Worcester, wine-merchant. Gilbert, R. T. Stockbridge, Hauts, coal

merchant. Surrey, I. and J. Mark-lane, mealmen. Gird, H. Park-lane, saddler.

Tate, R. Market Weighton, shopkeeper. Green, T. Alfreton, Derby, grocer.

Thompson, T. I. Long Acre, coach-joiner. Hailstone, W. Mildenhall, Suffolk, grocer. Thompson, P. and C. A. Cornhill, wine-merchants. Hamelin, Peter, Belmont-place, near Vauxhall, Travis, J. Oldham, Lancaster, grocer. plasterer.

Walker, F. Rippon, money-scrivener. Hancock, S. Judd Place, St Pancras, hardware- Ward, T. Seamer, York, maltster.

Wells, S. Middleton Terrace, Pentonville, greenHole, W. M. Kingskerwell, Devon, tanner.

grocer. Harrox, W. Liverpool, dealer in corn.

Whitehead, R. Withnell, Lancashire, corn-merJackson, J. Lusted Farm, Kent, farmer.

chant. Jones, T. St John-street, West Smithfield, rag- Williams, H. Lombard-street, merchant.

merchant.

man.

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the

50th October, 1821, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Anderson, M‘Culloch, and Co. merchants and

Clink, Robert, merchant, Perth; a dividend 6th, dealers in Glasgow.

November, Atkinson, currier and leather merchant, Galbraith, Wm, and merchants, Greenock : Glasgow.

3d dividend 19th November. Balfour, Ebenezer, merchant in Stirling.

Laird, John, and Co. merchants in Greenock, and Black, John, grazier and cattle-dealer, at Waltown Laird, Wm. and Co. merchants in Liverpool; of Crochies, Perth.

an equalizing dividend to those creditors who Caverhill, Walter, merchant, Gałashiels.

have not received payment of the first. Crawford, Wm. and James, coal-masters, Loch- Laird, James, jun. and Co. mill-spinners at Murtwinnoch.

hill; a final dividend 16th November. Graham, Thomas, of Eastwood Park, writer, Moodie, James, merchant, Dunfermline ; a divi merchant, and builder, in Glasgow.

dend of 6s. 6d. per pound on 10th December, if Ouller, James, grazier and cattledealer, at Memus, no objections are offered before that day. county of Forfar.

Rae, John, merchant, Aberdeen ; a dividend 6th Rankin, Robert, merchant and grocer in Edin- December. burgh.

Robertson, James, merchant, Anstruther; a Ist Skinner, Thomas, merchant in Collinsburgh, now dividend 9th November. residing in Edinburgh.

Scott, Hugh, haberdasher, Greenock ; a 2d divi. Stenhouse, Andrew and George, merchants, dend 6th December. agents, wharfingers, and ship-owners, Leith. Scott and Balmanno, merchants, Glasgow ; a diviDIVIDENDS.

dend 16th November. Adams, Alex. tanner, Falkirk; a final dividend Smith, Ishmael, some time merchant, Aberdeen; Ist December.

a dividend 26th December.. Anderson and Brown, tanners, Glasgow ; a final Young, and Co. merchants and general agents in dividend 14th December.

Edinburgh; a 2d dividend on 12th November, Barr, Peter Allan, and Co. merchants and grocers, and an equalizing dividend to those who hare

Edinburgh; a final dividend 19th November. received no share.

Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after

noon.—The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.

2

18 SM.39

3M.41

19

4 M.11

NW.

Rain morn. fair day.

5

21

6 M.42

22

7

23.

Attach.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.
Oct. 1

Rain morn,
M.13428.913 M.56
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Cble.
A.5529.506 A.54

Oct. 17M.38: 29.728 M.50 )

Dulland cld. fair day.

W.

A. 50 .638 A.51s with rain.
SM.42%
.834 M.52

Dull and
W.

.555 M.41
A. 50

Fair sunsh.
.721A. 52
cold.

NW.
A. 45 .633 A. 49

but cold.
.340 M.53
Cble. Rain.

M.39 .431 M.49

Fair, with JA.51 .331|A. 59

M.15 .101 A. 49

sunshine. .351 M.54 Fair, but

Cble.
.211 A. 52
UA.50

20$ A. 41 28.466 M.50,
Idull.

SW.

M.19 .468 A. 18)
SM.103 .270 M.52

Dull and
W.

A.34 .618 M.45)

Fair foren.
UA. 47
.566 A. 50
cold.

SW,
M.10 .695 A. 45 )

rain aftern. .411 M.53

W.
Dull, with
A. 34 29.687 M.111

Dull foren.
•413 A. 54
A.53
showers.

S.
M.41 28.755 A. 46 S

rain aftern.
M.13
.442 M.56

Dull, with
Cble.

A.38 .908 M.46
UA.54
101 A. 58 S showers.

S.

M.45 .998A. 15
SM.45
.141 M.55
Sunshine

A. 35 .999 M.44
W.
VA. 51 .884A. 52

and showers.
24

SW.

A. 42 29.330A. 46
M.42 .865 M.53)

W.
Fair, with sn.

SM.35 .426 M.46
A. 52

Dull, with
.798|A. 53
land warm.

Cble.
UA. 44 •471 A. 49

showers.
M.40
.753 M.51
s.

.652 M.47 A. 50

Ditto. .691 A. 54 S

Frost morn.

W.

UA. 47 .603 A.52
M.403 .629 M.52

Dull, with
SE.

M.50 .603 M.581
A. 50 .590 A, 533

Very mild,

W.
showers.
A.58 .603 A. 51

with sunsh. M.41 .562M.52

M.48 28

.905 M.51 A. 48 .852 A. 54 S

Dull, bu

W.
sunshine.
A.48 •905 A.56)

fair.
.999 M.51 Dull, but
w.

M.48 .950 M.561
A. 49

29
.711 A. 52

Fair, sunshi

SW.
fair.
A. 53 .962 A. 54

very mild. M.40 .895 M.54)

.676 M.53
.976 A.50 )
rain night.

Rain morn. fair day Frost morn. dull day:

8

9

25

10

26 SM.0

dull day:

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W.
A.51

SW. Ditto.

A. 51 .559 A. 52 )
M.413

Dull and cld.

M.40 31

.372 M.53 A. 49

Foren. shrs. .994 A. 49

SW.

A. 51 .415 A.52) fair aftern.

Sunshine
A. 44 .9991A. 50

land mild.
Average of Rain, 1.132 inches.

Dull day,

30 M1.46

.925 M.55 lw. .975 M.17w.

rain night.

16 M.35

3

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c. 2 Life G. Assist. Surg. Broughton, to be Surg. Royal En. Ist Lieut. Lewis, h. p. 1st Lieut. vice Moore, ret. July 25, 1821

April 13, 1821.
E. Cutler, Assist. Surg.

do.
20 Lt. Randolph,

do.

do. 9 Dr. W. C. Smith, Cornet by purch. vice Lord G. Bentinck, prom.

Trevelyan, from h. p. 20 Lt. Sept. 12.

June 19. 10 Hon. J. Coventry, do. do. vice Lord J.

Capt. Hustler, from h. p. Capt. do.
Bentinck, prom.

do. 13.
1st Lt. Victor, 2d Capt.

do. 14 Lieut. Trevillian, from 1 Dr. Capt. by

Blackiston, from h. p. 1st Lt. do. purch. vice Townsend, prom. do. 19 E. W. Sewell, Cornet by purch. vice De

Miscellaneous.
Lisle, ret.

do. 20. 33 Lieut. Forlong, Capt. do. vice Rist, 2d Lieut. Kennedy, 1st Lieut. June 19, 1821. ret.

do.
Dixon, from h. p. 2d Lieut.

do. Ensign Halford, from 43 F. Lieut. by Bt. Maj. Moody, from h. p. Capt.

July 1. purch. do. 1st Lt. Grierson, 2d Capt.

do. 43 J. Hare, Ensign by purch. vice Halford, Beague, from h. p. 1st Lieut.

do. 33 F. do. 20 Lt. Hope, Ist Lt.

do. Larcom, from h. p. 2d Lt.

do, Ordnance Department.

Exchanges. Royal Ar. 2d Lieut. Mathias, from h. p. 2d Lieut

Qua. Mast. Stewart, from 91 F. with Qua. Mast. vice Jellis, res. July, 1, 1821.

Manley, h. p. 36 F.
Capt. Cobbe, from h. p. Capt. vice Ma-

Bryce, from 92 F. with
jor Holcroft, h. p.

do. 21.

Callagy, h. p. 15 F.
1st Lt. Lethbridge, from h. p. 1st Lt.
vice Boghurst, h. p.

Aug. 1.

Resignations and Retirements.
20 Lt. Wynne, from h. p. 2d Lt. vice
Homfray, dead

July 2.

Colonel O. E. of Bradford, Shropshire Militia.
Gent. Cadet J. Deschamps, 2d Lieut.

Capt. Rist, 33. F.
Aug. 1.

Cornet De Lisle, 19 Dr.
Lt. Gen. and Col. Sir Edw. Howorth, Ensign Burney, 87 F.
K.C.B. Col. Com.

do. 6. Surgeon Moore, 2 Life Gds.
Bt. Col. and Lt. Col. Pritchard, Col. do.
Bt. Lt. Col. and Maj. Tobin, Lt. Col. do.

Deaths.
Bt. Maj. and Capt. Brome, Maj. do.
Capt. Gordon, from h. p. Capt. do. General Cowell, late Coldst. Gds. London,
1st Lt. Durnford, 2d Capt.
do.

Sept. 29, 1821.
2d Lt. Elliot, 1st Lt.
do. Colonel M‘Leod, 59 F. Dinapore,

March 29, Welsh, from h. p. 2d Lt. do.

Sankey, R. Dublin (City) Militia.
1st Lt. Somerville, from h. p. 1st Lt. Major Giles, 53 F. Cannanore, Madras, May 2,
vice Earle, h. p.

do. 10.
Biggs, ret. R. Mar.

Mareh 9. 2d Capt. Chesney, from h. p. 2d Capt.

Gordon, do vice Robertson, h. p.

Oct. 10.

Horlock, h. p. R. Mar.
20 Lt. Warren, from h. p. 24 Lt. vice Captain Mansfield, ret. Invalids, Bati.
C. P. Jones, h. P.

do.

Roche, h. p. 11 F. near Calcutta, Apr. 3.

Captain Carter, h. p. 29 P. Chester.'

Lieut. Hutchinson, h. p.51 F. in Ireland, Sept. %6. Saunderson, h. p. & F. on passage from

Whiteford, h. p. 84 F.

Oet... India.

Attwood, h. p. R. Eng. assassinated at Se. M'Pherson, h. p. Delancy's Cor.

ville, Spain,

July 2". Oct. 1, 1820. Easign F. P. Grieve, 61 F. Maroon Town, JamaiSir Armstrone, h. 7. Portug. Service.

Cl, Lieut. Mayer, S Dr. East Indies.

Aug. 7.

Borhier, ret. Invalids, Cavigny, France, Lynanı, 5 Vet. Bur. (formerly of Rifle Brig.)

July 23.
Seates, late esclad. Gar. Co. Curacoa, Quarter Master Reardon, h. p. 8 Dr. Limeriek,

May 27, 1821.
Strangewars, C.F. Surat, Bombay, Jan. 11. Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. C. S. Browne, Canada,
Atkinson, R. Mar, killed in an attack on

July 9. ilie Forts of Mecha, East Indies, Dec. 4, 1820. Staff Surgeon Roche, h. p. Ballriggan, Ireland.

Buchanan, h. p. 4 F. Newtown Butter, 1rcial,

July 96. Aug. 25, 18:1. Assistant Surgeon Bolton, 1 F. Trichinopoly, Mafelly, h. p. 59 F.

Sept. 5.
dras,

Mar. 29.

Aug. 28.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
BIRTIS.

$09).

son.

25. At 16, James' Square, Mrs M. Pattison, of

a daughter. March 30. At Bombay, Mrs Henry Oakes, of a 26. At Orchardhead, Stirlingshire, Mrs Walker,

of a son. July !0. At Malta, the lady of George Ward, 27. In Grosvenor-Place, London, Lady Emily Esq. Ieputy Payıraster-General to the Forces, of Drummond, of a daughter. a danghter.

29. At New Garden, Mrs Ramage Liston, of a Sept. 16. At London, the lady of William Davidson, Esq. af Muirhouse, of a daughter.

- At Paris, the lady of Alexander Norman 9. At Tours, in France, the lady of William Macleod, Esq. of Harris, of a son. Downe Gillor., yomger or Wellhouse, Esq. of a At her house in Park Place, St James's, Londatter.

don, the Viscountess Cranbane, of a son and heir. Oct... At Edinburgh, the Right Hon. Lady 30. At Edinburgh, the lady of Sir William JarTorphichen, of a sce.

dine, Bart. of Applegarth, of a daughter. - At Portswood-house, Ilants, the lasly of Wil. - In St Andrew's-square, Mrs Graham, of a son. liam Alexander Mackimon, Esq. of a daughter. 31. At No. 42, North Hanover-street, Mrs Es

3. In Hili-street, Berkeley-square, London, the pinasse, of a daughter. Haily of Henry Brougham, Esq. of Brougham, M.P. - Mrs Jaines Simpson, Northumberland-street, ot' a daughter.

of a daughter. -- At the Manse of Lauder, Mrs Cosens, of a Lately. It Durham, the lady of Samuel Sproul, danghter.

Esq. M. D. Member of the Medical Board, Boin1. The lady of Stair Stewart, Esq. of Physgill, bay, of a son. of a daughter.

At Agra, in the East Indies, the lady of 5. At Pitrichie house, Mrs Mackenzie, of a son. Lieutenant-colonel M.Leod, of a daughter. 7. Mrs Robert Thomson, late of 44, Gilmore

- At Edinburgh, the wife of Mr William MacPlace, ot' a daughter.

Diarmid, printer, of a daughter. 8. In York-Place, the lady of the Hon. H. T. Liddell of Ravensworth Castle, Durham, of a son and heir. - At the Government-house, Jersey, the lady

MARRIAGES. of his Excelleney Sir Colin Haiket, K. C. B. and G.C. A. of a daughter.

Sept. 10. At Leghorn, the Hon. Arthur Hill 9. In York-Place, the lady of Rear-Admiral Ot- Trevor, eldest son of the Right Hon. Lord Visway, Commander-in-Chief, of a daughter.

count Dungannon, to Sophia, daughter of George 10. In Great Cumberland-street, London, the D'Arcy Irvine, Esq. of Castle Irvine, county of lady of the Right Hon. Lord Glammis, of a son Fermanagh, Ireland. and heir, who died the same day.

Oct. 2. At Inver Dunning, Mr Alexander M. - At Hilmousefield, Mrs James Borthwick, of Anderson, writer, Nelson-street, Edinburgh, to a daughter.

Catherine, eldest daughter of Alexander Stewart, - At Drummond-Place, Edinburgh, the lady Esq. of Inver Dunning. of Major Nickle, of the 88th regiment, of a daugh- 3. At Edinburgh, llenry Sibbald, Esq. writer to ter.

the signet, to Agnes, only child of the late James Mrs Orr, 26, Albany-street, of a daughter. Edmond, Esq. Glasgow. 12. At Boulogne-sur-Seine, the Right Hon. La- 4. At George's-square, Edinburgh, Dr Robert dy Jane Lindsay Carnegie, of a son.

Renton, physician, Edinburgh, to Miss Christina --- At 51, Queen-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Greig Adaın, daughter of the late Ďr Adam. of Hallgreig, of a daughter.

6. At Valleyfield, John Hay, Esq. younger of - Ai No. 11, Gilmore-Place, Mrs Robertson, Smithfield aud Hayston, to Miss Anne Preston,

daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel George 13. 'At Selkirk, Mrs R. Henderson, of a daugh- Preston, of the Royal Marines, and niece of Sir ter.

Robert Preston, Valleyfield, Bart. 11. Mrs Tod, Charlotte-square, of a daughter. 8. At the Manse of 'Urray, Alexander MackenAt Lathrisk, Mrs Johnston, of a son.

zie, Esq. of Kinnahard, to Margaret, only daughter - At St Andrews, the lady of Captain William of the Rev. Donald Macdonald of Urray. Playfair, of a son.

- At Fountainhall, near Aberdeen, Alexander 15. At Aberdeen, the lady of Major Henderson, Murchison, Esq. M. D. of Jamaica, to Mary, only royal engineers, of a son.

daughter of Dr Patrick Copland, Professor of Na. 17. At Edinburgh, Mrs George Wauchope, of a tural Philosophy in the University and Marischal daughter.

College of Aberdeen. - Mrs Stoddart, Albany-street, of a daughter. 9. At Kinning-house, Archibald Graham, Esq.

- At Loudam llall, Suffolk, Lady Sophia Mac- writer in Glasgow, to Miss Barbara Loriston, donald, of a son.

daughter of the late John Dixon, Esq. of Knights- At the house of Mrs Grant, sen. of Kilgras- wood. ton, Mrs Fraser Tytler of Burdsyards, of a son. 10. At Barnes Church, Surrey, Charles Stuart,

18. At Arbuthnott-house, the Viscountess of Esq. of Rothsay, to Miss Leake, of Barnes. Arbuthnott, of a son.

11. At Elister, Island of Islay, Duncan Campbell, - At Harcourt-street, Dublin, the Countess of Esq. Kilchomen, to Anne, eldest daughter of Niel Errol, of a daughter.

M•Niel, Esq. 19. At Campbeltown, Argyleshire, the lady of - At Newington, Mr James Scott, tertius, the late Dr Alexander M‘Larty, physician, Kings- merchant in Leith, to Miss Marion Smart, daughton, Jamaica, of a posthumous daughter.

ter of the late Captain Robert Smart.

of a son.

16. At St Andrews, Mr John Anderson, mer.. Sept. 23. Robert, and on the 5th Oct. Janct, inchant there, to Miss Jean, second daughter of Mr fant children of Mr H. P. Macleod, teacher of muJames Clark, Balrymounth,

sic, Caltonhill. At Edinburgh, Mr John Wilson, plumber, 27. At Peebles, greatly regrettel, the Rev. ThoLiverpool, to Jessie, eldest daughter of Mr Wil- mas Leckie, 27 years minister of the associate con-. liam Bathgate, merchant, St James's Square. gregation there.

At Dumfries, at the house of Thomas Gol- 28. At Sloan-street, London, Mrs Sherringham, die, Esq. of Craigmuie, John Hyndman, Esq. ad- youngest daughter of the late Captaiu Gamage, of vocate, to Maria Le Maitre, daughter of the late the East India Company's service. James Macrae, Esq. of Holmains.

- At Cray, Catherine Anabella, eldest daughter 17. At the Church of Overton, the Rev. Dr of Major James Robertson, of Cray. Dewar, minister of the Tron Church, Glasgow, to 29. At her horise, 22, Society, Miss Margaret Susan, youngest daughter of Edward Place, Esq. Aikman, daughter of the late Mr James Aikian, of Skelton Grange, Yorkshire.

House of Muir. 18. At 42, Macvicar Place, Mr James Dowell, 50. At Frankfort, Lady Charlotte Hill, cldest cabinet-maker and upholsterer, East Thistle-street, daughter of the Marchioness of Downshire. to Isabella, only daughter of Mr James Browning, Oct 1. At East Dalry, Richard Shirreff, Esq. merchant.

At Bellaberta, in the county of Berwick, At Grecnock, George Noble, Esq. to Geils, Miss Veronica Hogs, youngest daughter of the only daughter of the late Andrei Donald, Esq. of late Rev. Robert Hogg, minister of Roxburgh, Virginia, North America.

aged 63. 20. At Cairnsmore, the Rev. David Wilson, At Leith Walk, after a severe illness of three minister of Stranraer, to Margaret, eldest daugha' days, Mr James Allison, sen. gardener there, in ter of the late Peter Stewart, Esq. of Cairnsmore. his 1021 year,

23. At Paisley, William Mercer, Esq. W. S, to - At Noranside, John Mill, Esq.or Noranside, Catherine, eldest daughter of Robert Maxwell, - At Elinburgh, Mr David Vallance, merEsq. Paisley:

chant. At St George's Chapel, Edinburgh, Captain 2. Mr William Currie Lawric, surgeon. J. Thornton, II. P. 78th regiment, son of J. In the south of France, after a painful illThorntou, Esq. of Kensington, to Miss Helen

ness, George Maxwell, Esq. younger of Curruchan, Small, daughter of the late John Small, Esq. of Lieutenant-Colonel of the Galloway militia. Overmains, Berwickshire.

At the manse of Morebattle, Alexander, son 24. In the British Chapel of Leghorn, John of the Rev. Walter Morrison. Christie, Esq. of Hodderdon, in the county of At Greenlaw House, in the Stewartry of Hertford, to Caroline, eldest daughter of John Kirkcudbright, Lady Gordon, inuch and justig.' Ealconer, Esq. his Britannic Majesty's Consul- regretted by all who knew her.! General for Tuscany.

5. At Edinburgh, Mrs Jane Robertson, relict 25. At Edinburgh, William Johnstone, Esq. of the late William Smellie, Esq. printer, seere30, Northumberland-street, to Mrs Reidie, widow tary to the Royal Society of Scottish Antiquaries, of Dr Reidie, physician, Brechin,

author of the Philosophy of Natural History, At Edinburgh, William Herrieg Ker, Esq. to translator of the works of M. de Buffon, &c. Magdaline, only daughter of the late Colonel Wil- - At Dublin, Mrs Anna Maria Ivers, wife of liam Riccart Hepburne of Riccarton.

Mr James M. Graham, surgeon of the Fifeshire 30. At St James's Church, Sir William John- militia. stone Hope, M. P. one of the Lords of the Admi- - At Thornhill (Perthshire), William M‘Ewan, ralty, to the Right Honourable Maria, Countess Esq. writer to the signet. of Athlone, sister to Sir Robert Eden, Bart. of 4. At her house, No. 15, North Frederick-street, Windlestone, in the county of Durham.

Mrs Charles Mackenzic, widow of the late Charles - At Edinburgh, Mr R. Scott Thompson, Mackenzie, Esq. writer in Edinburgh. druggist, Prince's Street, to Isabella M. Cowan, - At Dunkeld, Mrs D. Landale, of Kirkaldy. eldest daughter of Mr William Cowan, merchant, 6. At Cunninghamhead, Niel Snodgrass, Esq, Edinburgh.

of Cunninghamhead, in the 82d year of his age. - At Dover, James Walker, Esq. of Dover, to 9. At Glasgow, in the 19th year of his age, DaHenrietta, eldest daughter of the late Major James vid, and on the 11th, in the 25th year of his age, Murray Grant, of the Barrack Department. William, sons of Mr David Hamilton, architoct,

Lately. In Maitland Street, William Fraser, Esq. Glasgow. of Madras, to Mrs Mary Turner, daughter of the 10. At Gillespie's Hospital, Mrs Margaret Millate Captain William Bruce, of the Honourable ler, aged 95, one of the persons who were first ad. East India Company's service, Madras.

mitted into that hospital. At Windsor, Nova Scotia, John M‘Kay, of At her son-in-law's house, Myles, Mrs His. Berry Hill, Sutherlandshire, Esq. Captain 27th reginnent of foot, to Amelia Isabella, third daughter 11. Of an enlargement of the heart, Horatio of the late Benjamin De Wolf, Esq. of that place. Nelson Matcham, second son of General Matcham,

- At Glasgow, Mr James Rait, merchant, there, Esq. and nephew to Admiral Lord Viscount Nel to Margaret, eldest daughter of Robert Watt, Esq. son of the Nile, and of the present Earl, aged 18. merchant, Montego Bay, Jamaica.

- At Perth, Mr David Marshall, of Manchester, youngest son of William Marshall, Esq. Perth.

At her father's house, James's Square, joDEATIIS.

anna Craig, aged 17.

12, In Doctors Commons, Elizabeth, the wife of March 11. At Madras, of the cholera morbus, Mr Richard Hope, of Luxted, near Down, in Kent, Mr Robert Stevenson, a native of Kilinarnock. in the 73d year of her age.

19. At Dinapore, in India, Colonel Alexander 13. At Ormly, Caithness, Captain Donald SinM‘Leod, C. B. commanding his Majesty's 59th re- clair, late of the 30th regiment of foot. giment.

Maria Matilda, wite of S. F. T. Wilde, Esq. April. In Elchipore, in India, Mrs Ogilvie, wife of Sergeant's Inn, barrister at law. of Captain Duncan Ogilvie, 2d regiment Madras At Belfast, Major Andrew Pattison, late of native infantry, and daughter of the Rev. Dr the 29th regiment of foot and Sth royal veteran Duncan, Ratho.

battalion. 10. At Cochin, East Indies, George Browne, 14. At Cult Manse, Elizabeth Hunter, wife of son of the late Rev. John Browne, Falkirk. the Rev. Thomas Gillespie, minister of Cult.

May 8. Near Calcutta, aged 68 years, Colonel - At Edinburgh, Mrs Esther Yellowlees, wife Colin Mackenzie, C. B. of the Mairas Engineers, of Mr John Yellowlees, coach-maker, MoundSurveyor-General of India.

Place, 12. At Madras, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Dal- 15. At the Manse of Killearn, the Rev. Jame: ryinple, C. B. of the Madras Artillery.

Graham, minister of that parish, in the 86th year July 15. At his house in Stromness, John Lout- of his age, and 5-1th of his ministry. tit, Esq. of Banks, merchant in Stromess.

At Edinburgh, Mrs Jean Gall, wife of Mr Aug. 12. At Demerary, universally regretted, John Moffat, engraver. Patrick Macintyre, Esq.

At her house, in George-street, Edinburgh, 25. At Demerara, of the yellow fever, Licute- Miss Grace Suttie, eldest daughter of the late Siz nant-Colonel Nooth, C. B. of the 21st Royal Scots George Suittic, Birt. of Balgone. Fuzilccrs, eldest son of Dr Nooth of Balii.

At Edinburgh, James Hay, Esq. W.S.

lop.

16. In Tralee, (Ireland,) aged 75, after a pro- 1817. Born of an ancient family, he is said to tracted illness, Jerry Sullivan, leaving property to have united the dignity of rank with Christian the amount of L.20,000, which he bequeathed to humility, and the gravity of the Prelate with the the inhabitants of Tralee, to be added to the sums purity of the priestly character. already subscribed by them, for the purpose of 20. At George's Square, Miss Eleanor Ruthermaking a fund to defray the expences of a law- furd, daughter of the late John Rutherfurd, Esq. suit, about to be carried on in the ensuing term, of Edgerston, against the Denny family, to open the borough of At Drylaw, Mrs Ramsay, widow of the late that town; and the overplus, if any, to forin the William Ramsay, Esq. of Barnton. commencement of a sinking fund, to secure the 21. Miss Isabella Helen Sangster, only daughter future independence of the borough, by defray- of the late Mr John Sangster, Widewall, Orkney, ing the expenses of the popular candidate at any - At Edinburgh, Nathaniel Isbister, neplew of future contested election, and thereby encoura. Mr Thomas Isbister, merchant, Edinburgh. ging talents and independence in the country ; At Craigrothie, in Fife, Mr David Martin, and in case the inhabitants should decline prose- road-surveyor. cuting such suit, then the said sum to be applied 21. At Aberdeen, in the 80th year of his age, in support of the different public institutions of the John Ewen, Esq. With the exception of various town, to be distributed as the grand jury shall think şums left to the public charities of Aberdeen, he fit. The history of this man's life is as extraordinary has bequeathed the bulk of his property, (perhaps as his bequest :- In the carly part of his career he £15,000 or £16,000,) to the magistrates and clergy was for many years an attorney's clerk, in which of Montrose, for the purpose of founding an hos situation, by persevering industry and rigid eco- pital, similar to Gordon's Hospital of Aberdeen, nomy, he ainassed a considerable sum of money, for the maintenance and education of boys. and, considering himself independent, he resolved 23. At Edinburgh, aged 60 years, Miss Margato become a man of business; he did not hesitate ret Clephane, relict of Mr Thomas Ker, late of long in making a choice-he commenced the trade Burntisland. of a stock-broker, or “advantageous money-lend- 24. At Knowhead, Mrs Whittet, relict of John er," and in a few years his success outran his most Whittet, Esq. of Paterhill. sanguine expectations. At his death he had liens 25. At Bridge Road, Lambeth, Sophia, wife of on the estates of several of the grandees in his David Allar, Esq. Deputy Commissariat-General neighbourhood. For the last

twenty years he was to his Majesty's forces, and of Portobello, near the “ Collective wisdom," of the western em- Edinburgh. pire;" his house was, at nights, the resort of all

In Queen Ann-street, London, Admiral Sir the knowing ones; and, as he had no family, eir William Young, G. C. B. and Vice-Admiral of nocturnal orgies were not interupted by any ap- Great Britain. prehensions of a curtain lecture, or any anxiety 26. At her mother's house, Dalry Mills, in the for an offspring, whose provisions those revels 22d year of her age, Mrs Torrance, widow of Mr might les en.

Torrance, Hanover-street, and second daughter of - At Wakefield, Mrs Cleghorn of Stravithy. the late Andrew Veitch, Esq.

17. At Saint Madoes, Perthshire, Mrs John 27. Mary, daughter of Mr William Dunlop, Smith.

Merchant-street. - At Graysmill, Slateford, Mr William Bel

At Dalguise-house, Perthshire, Charles Steufrage, aged 72.

art, of Dalguise, Esq. 18. Dr David Mackie, of Huntingdon, aged 67. 28. At Millbank, Edinburgh, James Neilson, His death was occasioned by a fall from his chaise Esq. of Millbank, in the 69th year of his age. a few days previously.

29. Miss Colquhoun of Camstraddan. At Uppat House, Sutherland, Margaret La- At Perth, Robert, youngest son of Mr R. H. com, third daughter of Mr John Shaw, of the Moncrieff, writer. Customs, aged 16.

- At London, Cassander Agnes, Lady Hamil19. At Paris, John Astley, Esq. proprietor of ton, widow of Sir J. Hamilton, Bart. the Royal Amphitheatre, Westminster Bridge, 31. At Croom's Hill, Blackheath, Mrs CampLondon, aged 54 years.

bell, wife of Colonel Campbell. - At Borrowstounness, Courtenay P. Shairp, Lately. On his voyage home from India, Capyoungest son of William Shairp, Esq. collector of tain Robert Sanderson, of his Majesty's 98th recustoms.

giment. At Edinburgh, Miss Marion Steele, eldest

At Nancy, in Lorraine, aged 87, Miss Jean daughter of Mr John Steele, confectioner, justly Rollo, daughter of the deceased James Rollo, Esq. and deeply regretted.

of Pow-house. 20. At Naples, the lady of James Dupre, of At Dublin, Alderman Warner. He had been Wilton Park, Esq. and second daughter of the out taking the air in his jaunting car, when, findlate Sir William Maxwell of Monteith, Bart.

ing a sudden numbness coming over him, he re- At Kellhead, John, son of the late Mr John

turned home, and shortly afterwards expired of a Irving, aged 77. His death was caused by a slight paralytic stroke. contusion on the shin-bone, which, being neglected, caused a mortification, and terminated his ex- Bailey. This individual by excessive parsimony,

- At Newport, Isle of Wight, aged 92, Samuel istence in a few days.

amassed upwards of L.10,000, yet his appearance In his 85th year, Henry Burt, Esq. of Barns,

was always that of a beggar ; and his manner of Kinross-shire. Cardinal Talleyrand de Perigord. His Eminence ardingt Paris, aged 85, the Archbishop of Paris, living was equally

wretched. He has left a widow

and four sons, between whom he has divided his was created Cardinal and Archbishop of Paris in

property,

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