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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.

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M.50

A. 41

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M.54

A. 41 7 M.56

A. 43
M.51

8
A. 47
9f M.51

A. 45
M.60

A. 43
M.58

A. 44
M.54

A. 44
M.50
A. 43
M.54

A. 41
M.52

10

11

12.

13

Attach.

Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

14

15.

16

S.

S.

E.

E.

E.

S.

29.388 M.53) .443 A. 51 .598 M.55 .594 A. 54 .520 M.56 .509 A. 56 .518 M.58 .552 A. 58 .530 M.561 .616 A. 546 .666 M.571 .770 A. 58 J .751 M.58 .751 A. 58 .822 M.57 .822 A. 58 .811 M.55 .837 A. 55 .727 M.63 .683 A. 57 .750 M.58 .651 A. 60 .680 M.60 .673 A.58 .579 M.58

S.

S.

Showers.

S

Heavy
Showers.

S.

Showers.

W.

Clear.

W.

Do.
Ditto, very
N. W. cold.

N. W. Clear.

.581 A. 56)
.792 M.58
.838 A. 58
.793 M.58
.723 A. 60
.720 M.60

Cble. Do. cold.

678 A. 56S.W. Showers.

A. 40
M.54

A. 452

Clear.

Do.

Do.

Frost even. Clear.

Do. Do.

Clear. Cloudy, rain after.

1. ECCLESIASTICAL.

Mr Ebenezer Bradshaw Wallace, Preacher of the Gospel, has been presented to the church and parish of Barr, vacant by the death of the Rev. Stephen Young.

Mr Boyd, formerly Minister of the Caledonian Chapel, London, has been presented to the church and parish of Auchinleck, vacant by the translation of the Rev. Mr Lindsay to Ochiltree.

The Rev. John Fraser, lately of the Scots church, Menkwearmouth, Sunderland, has been appointed assistant and successor to the Rev. Dr Miller of Old Cumnock,

May 17

18

19

20.

21

22

II. MILITARY.

Brevet. Capt. J. Fraser, 1 Ceylon Regt. to be Ma31 Oct. 1818 jor in the Army 2 Dr. G. F. W. C. Smith (late Page of Honour to the Prince Regent), to be Cornet, vice Broderick, dead 22 April 1819 Cornet H. F. Finch to be Lieut. by purch. vice Cathcart, W. I. Rang. 6 May Gent. Cadet J. S. Brymer to be Cornet by purch. vice Finch do. R. H. Symons to be Cornet by purch. vice Blaquiere, 18 Dr. 13 do.

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18

23

19

24

24

25

26

27

28

29

30.

31

4 Dr.

11

Attach.

Ther. Barom.) Ther. Wind.

M.59

A. 43 M.52

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

A. 47
M.50
A. 40
M.48
A. 43
M.44
A. 41
M.45
A. 41
M.40
A.422
M.46

A. 41
M.46
A. 39

M.48

A.40

M.46

A. 41

.586 M.60 .433 A. 60

.330 M.58 .419 A. 57 .407 M.58 .119 A. 58 .402 M.55 .528 A. 54 .584 M.50 .678 A. 46

M.44

A. 30 M.39

A. 29

S. W. Clear,

Cble. Showers.

N. E. Rainy.

E.

.628 M.48
-724 A. 50
.804 M.48
.870 A. 52

N. E. Clear.

N. E. Cloudy.

.889 M.50 .889 A. 50 .863 M.50 .801 A. 50 .840 M.52 .885 A. 49

N. E. Clear.

N. E. Cloudy.

Cble.

N.
N.W.

.511 M.51
.564 A. 49
.564 M.52
.679 A. 48
.678 M.49
.698 A.50
.680 M.48
.680 A. 50
.741 M.47
IS.
.741|A. 55 }
Average of Rain 2.3 inches.

M.40

E.

A.33
M.55

A. 334

S. W. Cloudy.

Changeable.

Capt. R. Kerr, fm. h. p. 14 F. to be Pay master, vice Patrickson, h. p. 17 March Lieut. J. Moore to be Capt. by purch. vice Lieut.-Col. Childers, 60 F. 15 Apr. Cornet R. Hollingworth to be Lieut. by purch. vice Moore

do. T. O. Partridge to be Cornet by purch. do. vice Hollingworth Gent. Cadet R. Harrington to be Cornet by purch. 6 May Assist. Surg. J. Quincey, from h. p. to be Assist. Surg. vice Pulsford, dead 13 do. 3F.Gds. Qua. Mast. Serj. William Thompson to be Qua. Mast. vice Steel, dead 6 do. Lieut. M. M'Dermott, fm. h. p. 36 F. to be Paym. vice Hodgson, dead 29 Apr. Ensign S. Hart to be Lieut. vice M'Dermott, dead 6 May Gent. Cadet C. Brownrigg to be Ensign, vice Hart

1 F.

9

Showers.

Cloudy, hail aftern. Cble.showers of hail. Frost, mom. showersafter. Clear, foren. rain after. Showers.

do.

2d Lieut. J. Wardell, fm. 2 Ceylon R. to be Lieut. vice Hatherly, dead

1 Aug. 1818 J. H. Lewis to be Ensign, vice Barnes, 73 F. 15 Apr. 1819 Ensign Everard to be Lieut. vice Maling, dead 10 Sept. 1818 A. Dirom to be Ensign, vice Hawkins, East India Comp. Service 15 do.

24 F.

25

28

30

31

45

25 July 1818 F. J. Ryan to be Capt. vice Cumming, dead 29 April 1819 Ensign W. A. Hardcastle to be Lieut. do. vice Ryan Gent. Cadet H. Calvert to be Ensign, vice do. Hardcastle Lieut. T. Parr to be Capt. vice Given, dead do. Ensign F. Ebhart to be Lieut. vice Parr do. A. A. Dalzell to be Ensign, vice Ebhart do. Ensign T. Luttrell to be Lieut. vice Kendall, dead 29 May 1817 Lieut. C. Williams to be Captain, vice Parker, dead 25 Aug. 1818 Surg. E. O'Reilly, M.D. from h. p. 71 F. to be Surg. vice Roe, 28 F. 29 Apr. 1819 Brevet Lt. Col. M. Childers, fm. 11 Dr. to be Major by purch. vice Bouverie, ret. 15 do. T. A. Blair to be Ensign, vice Aitkin, dead 6 May Ensign M. Lidwell to be Lieut. vice Helridge, ret. 7 Aug. 1818. J. Barnes, from 19 F. to be Lieut. vice Holmes, dead 7 Oct. C. Irwin, from 83 F. to be Lieut. 9 do. vice Lidwell, dead Gent. Cadet J. Roskrow to be Ensign, vice Lidwell, prom. 15 Apr. 1819 Ensign L. Brown to be Lieut. vice Smith, dead 4 Aug. 1818 R. G. Geddes to be Ensign, vice Brown 13 Apr. 1819 B. Young to be Ensign, vice Irwin, 73 F. 14 do. A. Tyndall, to be Ensign, vice M'Nabb, 15 do. dead Ensign E. Cox to be Lieut. vice Coghlan, 1 Oct. 1816 dead J. Hassard to be Lieut. vice Higgin16 Aug. son, dead Serj. Major J. Shipp, from 14 Dr. to be 4 May 1815 Ensign, vice Cox Gent. Cadet W. Gossip to be Ensign, vice Carroll, prom. 29 Apr. 1819 Rifle Br. 1st Lieut. T. F. Uniacke to be Adjutant, vice Middleton, res. Adj. only 6 May 2W.I.R. Capt. W. Appleton, fm. African C. to be Capt. vice Walton, ret. on h. p. 25 Apr. R.Y.Rang. Serj. -Surman, from 10 Dr. to be 29 do. Ensign, vice M'Intosh, dead R.W.I.Rang. Lieut. Hon. G. Cathcart, from 6 Dr. Gds. to be Capt. vice Angelo, ret.

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83

87

D. Campbell to be Ensign, vice Everard

16 do. Lieut. W. Anderson, fm. h. p. 31 F. to be Paym. vice Smith, dismissed

13 May 1819 Surg. S. C. Rae, from 55 F. to be Surg. 29 Apr. vice Byrtt, h. p. 71 F. Lieut. Wm. Atkinson, fm. h. p. to be Adj. and Lieut. vice Stephenson, dd.

24 Dec. 1818 Yk.Chas. Ensign G. Laze to be Lieut. vice Max29 Apr. 1819 Troop Serj. Maj. J. Rind, from 9 Dr. to be Ensign, vice M'Carthy

well, dead

do.

1 Ceylon R. Brevet Major P. Delatre to be Major, vice Coxon, dead 28 Sept. 1818 1st Lieut. P. Secluno to be Captain, vice Delatre

do. 2d Lieut. J. Foster, from 2 Ceylon R. to 14 do. be 1st Lieut. vice Layton, dead -M. Conradi to be 1st Lieut. vice 28 do. Secluno R. Basset to be 2d Lieut. vice Green, dead 14 Apr. 1819 P. Reyne to be 2d Lieut. vice Conradi 15 do. Ensign J. Basset, fm. 4 W. I. R. to be 2d 14 do. Lieut. vice R. Basset, cancelled 2d Lieut. W. Stewart to be 1st Lieut. vice Tranchell, dead 18 Sept. 1818 vice Wardell, 19 F. 14 Feb. 1814 R. Price to be 2d Lieut. vice Barbier, dead 15 Apr. 1819 Lieut. C. F. Button to be Adjutant, vice Boyton, res. Adjutancy only 26 Sept. 1818

G. Fretz to be 2d Lieut.

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Wood, from 4 F. with Capt. De Montmorency, h. p. 21 F. Capt. Smith, from 24 F. rec. diff. with Captain Brown, h. p. 34 F.

Daly, from 34 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Price, h. p. 53 F.

- Considine, from 13 Dr. rec. diff. with Brunton, h. p. 60 F.

Fead, from 3 F. G. rec. diff.; with Capt. Digby, h. p. 25 F.

Tupman, from 2 Ceylon Regt. with Brev. Lieut.-Col. Hamilton, h. p. 4 W. I. R.

Harvey, from Coldst. Gds. rec. diff. with Capt. Armytage, h. p.

Lieut. Jones, from 24 F. with Lieut. Lee, 87 F. Harvey, from Coldst. Gds. rec. diff. with Lieut. Hall, h. p.

J. Brownlow, from 7 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Sweeting, h. p.

Carroll, from 15 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Bonnor, h. p. 3 F. G.

M'Cullock, from 31 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Taylor, h. p. 37 F.

Turnstall, from 36 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Lewis, h. p.

Nunn, from 46 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Stuart, 86 F.

Birkett, from 65 F. with Lieut. Madden, h. p. 89 F.

Lee, from 87 F. with Lieut. Jones, 24 Dragoons.

Aldrich, from Rifle Brig. rec. diff. with Lieut. Uniacke, h. p.

Brauns, from Staff Corps, with Lieut. Frazer, h. p.

Hawley, from 1 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. Dickens, h. p. 14 F.

Clavering, from 14 Dr. with Lieut. Ormsby, h. p. 3 Dr. G.

Crawford, from 43 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Matthews, h. p.

Ross, from 1 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. Green, h. p. Cavalry Staff Corps. Cornet Sir J. Radcliffe, from 6 Dr. with Cornet Richardson, h. p. 23 Dr.

Ives, from 18 Dr. with Ensign Seton,

32 F.

2d Lieut. Baillie, from 23 F. with Ensign Matthews, h. p. 14 F.

Ensign Connolly, from 37 F. rec. diff. with Ensign Gosselin, h. p. 60 F.

Williams, from 3 F. rec. diff. with J. Cameron, jun. h. p. 92 F.

M'Lachlan, from 57 F. rec. diff. with Ensign Ferrier, h. p. 56 F.

Anderson, from 57 F. rec. diff. with Ensign Bainbrigge, h. p. 2 Gar. Bn.

Ensign and Adjut. Myers, from 60 F. with Ensign and Adjut. Adams, h. p.

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BIRTHS.

April 7, 1819. At Rome, the lady of John Macpherson, Esq. a daughter.

18. At Weedon Barracks, the lady of Captain Campbell, 71st light infantry, a son.

20. At Bath, the lady of Sir Alexander Hood, Bart., a son.

23. At Pudliot House, Oxon. Lady Edward Somerset, a daughter.

21. The lady of Dr James Hare, of Handywood, a daughter.

-In Nottingham Place, London, Viscountess Newport, a son and heir.

25. At 32, Thistle-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Smart, a daughter.

26. At Langley, Derbyshire, the lady of Godfrey Meynell, Esq. a son.

-In Wimpole-street, the lady of Sir Edward Knatchbull, Bart. a daughter.

-At Bonnington Bank, Edinburgh, Mrs Wyld, a daughter.

-At Dumbuck, Dumbartonshire, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Geils, a son.

27. At Blanfield, Mrs William Macdowall, a son 28. At Heriot-row, Mrs Wishart, a son. -At Leith, Mrs Grimes, a daughter.

29. At Aberdour House, Mrs Gordon, a son. -At Dundee, the lady of John Maxwell, East Tay-street, a daughter.

50. At Mansfield, Lesmahagow, Mrs Wilson, a

son.

Magius, h. p. K. G. L. Lieut. Tomlinson, 17 Dr. M'Dermott, do. Lidwell, 73 F.

-At Mount Pleasant, Thurso, the lady of Captain Calder, royal engineers, a son.

May 1. At Cairnhill, the Honourable Mrs Hamilton, a son.

2. At Urr manse, Mrs M'Whir, a daughter. -At Edinburgh, Mrs Campbell, of Dalserf, a son. 4. At Eastley End House, Surrey, the lady of G. W. Lawrence, Esq. of St James's, Jamaica, a daughter.

-In George-street, Edinburgh, the lady of John Mansfield, Esq. a daughter.

8. At Portobello, Mrs William Watt, a son. 9. At Northumberland-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Hopkirk, a son.

In Queen-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Hume, a son. 10. At London, Lady James Stuart, a daughter. - Mrs Baillie of Jerriswood, a daughter. 12. At Stockton, on Tees, Lady Charlotte Macgregor Murray, a son.

15. At 27, Dundas street, Edinburgh, Mrs Lec, St Andrews, a son.

14. At Ruchill, the Lady of H. Maclean, jun. of Coll, a daughter.

George, R. West Ind. Rang.
Hunt, late 2 R. Vet. Bn.
Fair, h. p. 81 F.
Blackburn, Dumfries Militia

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

Broderick, 2 Dr. G.
Arrow, 67 F.
Aitken (drowned) 72 F.
Drayton, R. W. I. Ra.
M'Konachie, do.
T. B. Cooper, R. Art.
Town, h. p. 24 F.
Bevan, Dumfries Mil.
Adj.-Lieut. Warde, 65 F.
Quarter-master Steel, 3 F. G.
Assist. Surg. Pulsford, 18 Dr.

23 Mar. 1819 25 Sept. 1818 6 Sept. 1818

Cornets, 2d Licuts. and Ensigns.

6 May 1819 si Mar. 31 Oct. 1818

4 Apr. 1819 21 Nov. 1818 17 Jan. 1819 2 March 1819 18 March 1819 21 Feb. 1819

20 Aug. 1818 29 Mar. 1819

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At Calcutta, in November last, James Dewar, Esq. of the civil service, eldest son of James Dewar, Esq. of Vogrie, to Miss Emily Dyer, youngest daughter of the late General Dyer.

March 26. At the English Ambassador's, at Paris, Colonel Arthur Onslow, nephew to the Earl of Onslow, to Miss Wetherell, daughter of Wetherell, Esq. and grand-daughter of Mrs Serjeant Runnington.

30. At London, Alexander Maclean, Esq. of Orange Hill, Jamaica, to Miss Baigrie, eldest daughter of Mackenzie Baigrie, Esq. of the county of Edinburgh.

April 21. At Belton Church, in Holderness, Yorkshire, John Lang, M. D. surgeon, Dumfries, to Miss Christiana Elizabeth Gibb.

-At Balteagh, county of Derry, Thomas Walker, Esq. of the Scots Greys, to Constantia Frances Anu, eldest daughter of J. C. Beresford, Esq.

22. Sandford Graham, Esq. M.P. (only son of Sir James Graham, Bart. M. P. for Carlisle) to Carolina, third daughter of the late John Langton, Esq. of Sarsden House, in the county of Oxford.

At Lugwardine, near Hereford, Charles David Gordon, Esq. of Dulwich Hill, Surrey, to Marian, eldest daughter of Robert Phillipps, Esq. of Longworth, Herefordshire.

23. At Westham, Essex, Henry Cheape, Esq. eldest son of John Cheape, Esq. of Rossie, in the

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-At Edinburgh, William Johnston, Esq. of Lathrisk and Bavelaw, to Miss Jean Douglas, youngest daughter of Mr Sholto Douglas.

-At London, Captain J. Ogilvie, of the Honourable East India Company's service, to Helen, second daughter of Mr William Allan, merchant in Edinburgh.

27. At Carron, Surgeon David Wyse, royal navy, to Susan, eldest daughter of Mr Alexander Burgess. -At St George the Martyr, Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, Alexander Grant, Esq. of Clapham, Surrey, and Adam Street, Adelphi, to Helen, youngest daughter of the late Rev. William Thorold of Wielsby House, Lincolnshire.

- At Whitekirk, Mr David Syme, Newmains, to Beatrice, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Ker, Whitekirk.

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-At London, the Honourable Richard Neville, son of Lord Braybrooke, to Lady Jane Cornwallis, daughter of the Marquis Cornwallis.

17. At Stonehaven, Mr James Tindal, writer, to Miss Jessie Park, youngest daughter of the late William Park, Esq.

20. At Clerkseat, William Stratton, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas Black, Esq. of Warridgemuir.

Lately, Hugh Denoon, Esq. Pictou, to Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Alexander Fraser, one of the ministers of Inverness.

At London, Henry St John Georges, Esq. of the 19th lancers, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late David Mitchell, Esq.

At Cork, Captain Thomas Hobbs, 92d Highlanders, to Margaret, third daughter of Simpson Hucket, Esq. Rivers Town, Tipperary.

At Dusseldorf, Lieutenant-General Baron Hompesch, of the British service, to the Countess Isabella, of Nesselrode, Freehoven.

At London, Woodbine Parish, jun. Esq. son of the Chairman of the Board of Excise in Scotland, to Amelia, only daughter of Leonard Becher Morse, Esq. of Norwood.

At Edinburgh, Mr Jonathan Lyons, merchant, Market-street, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr George Skede, Sciennes.

DEATHS.

At sea, in June last, on his passage from Bengal to the Cape of Good Hope, Captain Donald Macleod, of the Bengal artillery service, eldest son of the late Roderick Macleod, D.D. Principal of King's College, Aberdeen.

Oct. 11. At Sumbulpoor, in Bengal, Lieutenant Douglas, only son of Admiral James Douglas.

29. In India, at Malligaum, near the camp in Kandeish, Lieutenant James Anderson, of the Madras European regiment, eldest son of the late Rev. John Anderson, minister of Stronsay, most sincerely regretted by his brother officers, and all who knew him.

Nov. 5. At Mussulipatam, in the house of James O. Todd, Esq. judge and chief magistrate there, in the 27th year of his age, Lieutenant Alexander D. Coull, of the Madras artillery, son of James Coull, Esq. of Ashgrove, in the county of Moray.

9. At Jubbulpore, East Indics, Captain Alexander Black, of the Bengal army, son of Dr Black, Kirkaldy.

17. At Calpee, near Cawnpore, Lieutenant Hutton Watkins, 1st regiment Bengal native infantry; and on the 29th April, at Mountsfield Cottage, near Shrewsbury, Mrs Elizabeth Watkins, wife of Mr Higgins of that place.

22. At Calcutta, Mrs Archibald Trotter, in the 27th year of her age.

25. At Calcutta, Mrs Jennet Hunter, relict of the late James Scott, Esq.

Feb. 23. At sea, on his voyage to the island of Trinidad, Duncan, seventh surviving son of James Lamont of Knockdow, Esq.

March 21. At Montrose, Mr Jonathan Forbes, merchant there.

28. Lieutenant-Colonel John Wardell, half-pay 66th foot, aged 65.

April 2. At Lisbon, Major Angus Macdonald, in the Portuguese and British service.

3. At Alyth, James Sandy, the celebrated Alyth mechanic. The originality of genius and eccentricity of character which distinguished this remarkable person, were, perhaps, never surpassed. Deprived at an early age of the use of his legs, he contrived, by dint of ingenuity, not only to pass his time agreeably, but to render himself a useful member of society. He soon displayed a taste for mechanical pursuits, and contrived as a work-shop for his operations a sort of circular bed, the sides of which being raised about 18 inches above the clothes, were employed as a platform for turning lathes, table vices, and cases for tools of all kinds. His genius for practical mechanics was universal. He was skilled in all sorts of turning; and constructed several very curious lathes, as well as clocks and musical instruments of every description, no less admired for the sweetness of their tone than the elegance of their execution. He excelled, too, in the construction of optical instruments; and made some reflecting telescopes, the specula of which were not inferior to those finished by the most eminent London artists. He suggested some impor tant improvements in the machinery for spinning flax; and we believe he was the first who made the wooden-jointed snuff-boxes, generally called Laurencekirk boxes, some of which, fabricated by this self-taught artist, were purchased, and sent as presents to the Royal Family. For upwards of 50 years he quitted his bed only three times, and on these occasions his house was either inundated with water, or threatened with danger from fire. Naturally possessed of a good constitution, and an active, cheerful turn of mind, his house was the general coffee-room of the village, where the affairs both of church and state were discussed with the utmost freedom. In consequence of long confinement, his countenance had rather a sickly cast, but it was remarkably expressive, and would have afforded a fine subject for the pencil of Wilkie, particularly when he was surrounded by his country friends. This singular man had acquired, by his ingenuity and industry, an honourable independence, and died possessed of considerable property. In short, his history holds out this very instructive lesson-that no difficulties are too great to be overcome by industry and perseverance; and that genius, though it should sometimes miss the distinction it deserves, will seldom fail, unless by its own fault, to secure competency and respectability. He was married only about three weeks be fore his death.

5. At Spa, Lieutenant-Colonel D. I. Cameron, late of the first royal veteran battalion.

8. At Leith, in the 86th year of his age, Mr William Coke, bookseller, who carried on business, within the same premises, for the long period of 55 years, and was the father of the bookselling profession in Scotland.

9. At Heligoland, Major Cumming, of his Majesty's 31st regiment of foot.

At Fort William, aged 82, Captain Angus Macdonald of Tulloch, the oldest branch of Sliochd-Tigh Ian-Duibh, of the Keppoch family. 15. At Aberdeen, Mrs Aberdein, of Glassell, relict of William Aberdein, Esq.

-At Gladfield, Ross-shire, Hugh Ross, Esq. of Aldie and Gladfield.

17. In Baker-street, London, Sarah Maynadier Rush, eldest daughter of Richard Rush, envoy extraordinary, and minister plenipotentiary froin the United States.

— At Aberdeen, William Innes, Esq. of Thurso.

18. At Edinburgh, William, eldest son of Mr
William Simpson, Esq. solicitor at law.
-At Dundee, Mrs Crow, relict of Colonel John
Crow.

19. At Mount Pleasant, Thurso, Benjamin Calder, Esq. aged 73.

At Belmont, Thomas Mouat, Esq. of Garth, Shetland.

At Dingwall, Miss Margaret Mackenzie, daughter of the late William Mackenzie, Esq. of Strathgarve.

20. At the manse of Lochcarron, in the 66th year of his age, and 37th of his ministry, the Rev. Lachlan Mackenzie, minister of Lochcarron. He was a man of undissembled piety, great integrity, and remarkable for his zeal, sacred eloquence, and usefulness.

-At Aberdeen, Mrs Burnet, relict of Alexander Burnet, Esq. late a deputy-commissary of ordnance, in the service of the honourable East India Company.

21. In Old Aberdeen, Miss Teresa Lumsden, daughter of the Rev. John Lumsden, some time professor in the University of King's College, Old Aberdeen.

-In Great Portland-street, London, in the 39th year of his age, Robert Martin Herne, Esq. of the Commissariat Department, Treasury.

-At Pittenweem, Mrs Margaret Robertson, relict of George Gourlay, Esq. of Kincraig.

-At Kinross, at the advanced age of 94 years, Mr John Millar, weaver. He had 8 children, 34 grand-children, and 28 great grand-children-of whom are in life, 4 children, 24 grand-children, and 22 great grand-children.

22. At Berwick, John Clunie, Esq. corn-merchant, one of the inagistrates of that burgh.

-At Kelso, Mrs Elizabeth Young, widow of the late Mr John Bruce, farmer at Maxton.

23. At Ayr, Mrs Allason, wife of William Allason of Whitehill, Esq.

-At his house in Hans Place, London, in the 81st year of his age, Christopher Savile, Esq. M.P. for Oakhampton.

At his Lordship's house in Clarges Street, London, in her 69th year, Charlotte, Countess of Onslow.

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2. At Dublin, John Gifford, Esq. at an advanced age.

At his house at Brighton, after a lingering illness, the Lady of Admiral James Douglas.

4. At Edinburgh, Bridget Bonnar, youngest daughter of the late Rev. David Black, one of the ministers of this city.

-At Edinburgh, Mrs Marion Craufuird, wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Lauriston, of the Honourable East India Company's service.

5. At Edinburgh, Gordon Duff Cockburn, youngest son of Robert Cockburn, Esq.

At the Manse of Newburgh, Fife, the Rev. Thomas Stewart, D. D.

-At Ayr, at the house of her son, the Rev. Dr Auld, Mrs Auld, sen. aged 93.

-In Half-Moon-street, Piccadilly, Major Scott Waring.

6. At Glasgow, Dame Elizabeth Campbell, widow of the late Sir Humphrey Trafford Campbell of Asknish, sheriff-depute of Argyllshire.

- At Elgin, Dr Thomas Stephen, physician, aged 75.

At Edinburgh, aged 23, Mr James Scott, late of James' Court.

-In Sloane-street, Chelsea, Mrs Christian Maxwell, wife of Anthony Todd Thomson, Esq.

7. At Edinburgh, Mr John Currie, depute-clerk of the justice of peace court.

8. At the Manse of Culter, Eliza Howison Strachan, daughter of Alexander Strachan, Esq. Assistant Commissary-general.

-At Burnshott, Mr Robert Todd, farmer there. -At Livingston's Yards, Mrs Comb, relict of Mr George Comb, brewer.

-At Edinburgh, Miss Christian Scott, fourth daughter of the deceased Dr John Scott of Coats. 24. Mr John Mitchell, printer of the Tyne Mercury, aged 47. On Tuesday, his remains were interred, according to his own desire, in the garden of his residence, on the leases, near Newcastle.

Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr George Gordon, Canongate.

25. At Edinburgh, Mrs Isabella Forbes, relict of the late James Gordon, Esq. at Tillynaught,

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Banffshire.

9. At Morebattle, the Rev. David Morrison. -At Edinburgh, at his house in Union-street, Edward Lindsay Watt, Esq. M.D. of the island of

Jamaica.

-At Howard Place, near Edinburgh, Mrs Marjory Robertson, relict of Captain Alexander Donald, late of the 41st regiment of invalids, aged 86 -At Kircudbright, Dr John Walker, physician

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10. At Ravelrig, Alexander Hay, Esq. of Ravelrig.

-At Edinburgh, Mrs Macfarlan, widow of the late Dr John Macfarlan, one of the ministers of the Canongate.

-At Edinburgh, Mrs Mary Wemyss, wife of Mr Alexander Reid, Castle-street.

12. At Edinburgh, the Right Honourable Margaret, Countess of Buchan.

16. At Aberdeen, George, youngest son of George Gordon, Esq. of Auchleuchries.

17. At Edinburgh, John Flint of Polbeth, Esq. writer in Edinburgh.

-At Leith, Essex, youngest daughter of the late Mr Ellis Martin, merchant there.

-At his father's house, in Piccadilly, London, at the age of 15 months, Frederick, the only son and heir of the Honourable Mr Drummond Burrell. 18. At Leith, Lieutenant Hill Christie, aged 78. 19. At No 4, Shandwick Place, Henry Glassford, Esq. of Dougalston.

At Edinburgh, Thomas Kennedy of Dunure,

Esq.

Lately, at Tewkesbury, in distressed circumstances, Mr Thomas Morgan, long known in the gaming circles at Brighton, and other fashionable places. Previous to his death, he requested all his gambling apparatus to be brought to him, and burnt in his presence, observing, that as they had been the ruin of him, he would prevent them injuring any one hereafter.

At Weymouth, aged 82, Robert Bayard, Esq. of Bath. He is supposed to be the last surviving officer who fought under the command of the brave General Wolfe, at the battle of Quebec, in the year 1759, and was near him when he fell.

At Calcutta, Alexander Colvin, Esq. the senior partner of the firm of Messrs Colvins, Bazett, and Co. the oldest and one of the most respectable members of the mercantile body of Calcutta.

At her house in Maitland Street, Mrs Newbigging, relict of the late James Newbigging, Esq.

Oliver & Boyd, Printers, Edinburgh.

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