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

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

NOVEMBER 1818.

11th,

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28th, 16th, 28th,

Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat,

50.5 Maximum,

16th day,

56.5 cold,

42.9
Minimum, 17th,

33.0 ..^ temperature, 10 A. M. 47.2 Lowest maximum, 220,

44.0 10 P. M. 46.6 Highest minimum, Ist,

50.0 ... of daily extremes, 46.7 Highest, 10 A. M. 2d,

53.5 • 10 A. M. and 10 P. M. 46.9 Lowest ditto, 18th,

36.5 4 daily observations, 46.8 Highest, 10 P. M. 1st,

53.0 Whole range of thermometer, 227.5 Lowest ditto 22d,

37.0 Mean daily ditto, 7.6 Greatest range in 24 hours, 18th,

16.5 temperature of spring water, 18.6 Least ditto,

1.0
BAROMETER.
Inches.
BAROMETER.

Inches. Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 52) 29.638 Highest, 10 A. M.

30.070 ..... 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 52) 29.634 Lowest ditto,

29.015 both, (temp. of mer, 52) 29.636 Highest, 10 P. M.

30.020 Whole range of barometer,

5.724
Lowest ditto,

14th,

29.045 Mean daily ditto,

.191
Greatest range in 24 hours, 15th,

.647 Least ditto,

19th,

.000 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S.) Degrees. Mean dryness, 10 A. M.

7.8

HYGROMETER. Degrees. 10 P. M.

7.5
Highest, 10 A. M. 3d,

20.0
of both,
7.7 Lowest ditto,

4th,

0.0 ... point of deposition, 10 A. M.

43.3 Highest, 10 P. M...

16th,

19.0 10 P. M. 42.7 Lowest ditto,

1.0 • of both, 43.0 Highest P. of D. 10 A. M. 2d,

50.6 Rain in inches,

3.054 Lowest ditto,

22d,

33.0 Evaporation in ditto, .930 Highest P. of d. io P. M. 27th,

49.6 Mean daily Evaporation,

0.31 Lowest ditto,

22d,

27.2 WILSON'S HYGROMETER.

WILSON'S HYGROMETER. Mean dryness, 10 A. M. 12.9 Greatest dryness, 7th, 10 A. M.

30.0 10 P. M.

11.8
Least ditto,
26th, 10 P.M.

0.0 Fair days 13; rainy days 17. Wind west of meridian 11; East of meridian 19.

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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.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther.

Wind.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

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M.59 29.565 M.52
Nov. 1

s.W. Cloudy.
A. 43 .469 A.54
M.57 .203 M.55
A. 50 ,203 A.54

S.W. Clear.
M.59 .211 M.52

S.W. Ditto.
A.551 246 A.52
M.59 .135 M.50

Cble. Rain.
A. 423.108 A. 51 )
M.59 .232 M.48
A. 403 .303 A. 48

s. E. Cloudy.
M.59 .370 M.47
A. 103 .570 A. 48

cold.
M.59
.570/M.48

s. E. Cloudy.
A. 43

.695 A. 19
M.59 .695 M.49
8

s. E. Rain.
A. 43 .753 A. 49
.790 M.49

E.
.813 A. 48

Cloudy.
.748 M.47
A. 415

S. E. Ditto.
•589 A. 46
M.59 .533 M.48

S. E. Ditto.
A. 414 .533 A. 48

.412 M.48
A. 41
.442 A. 46

S.W. Ditto.
M.59 .356 M.50)

Clear.

S.
.356 A. 49
.152 M.50

s.
.152 A.50

Ditto.
UA. 42
15

.136/M.52
SM.59

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Clear, (A. 41 .326 A, 48 ) (mild.

Nov.16{
M.59 28.987 M.49

Rain fore.
A. 403.946 A. 49
M.57 29.315 M.48

and after.
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A. 38

Cloudy.
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M.57

.654 M.45
A. 36%
.570 A. 19

S.W. Frost morn.

clear.
M.57
19 { .58CM.52
A. 47

W.
.627A.53

Cloudy.
M.57 .561 M.50
A. 45

W.
.607 A.48

Ditto.
M.57

.551M.45)
A. 39

S.E.

.551 A. 44 ) Clear, cold. 22 M.57

.551M.44 A. 32 .126 A. 15

S.E.

Clear.
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M.57 .194 M.43
A. 32

s.
.391 A, 45

Ditto.
M.57
24

.518/M.47

s.
A. 39 .696 A. 43

Ditto, cold.
M.57 .690 M.43
A. 34 .638 A. 46

Cble.

Cloudy.
M.57 .761 M.51
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A.41

Cble. Ditto,
.847 A.51
M.57

rain after 27

.851 M.53 A.48

W. .930 A.51 Cloudy. M.57 .930 M.52

W.
.901 A.51

Clear.
M-57 .777 M.51
.616.A.51

Clear fore.
30
M.57 .507 M.53

rain after. A. 44 .507) A. 52)

W.

Cloudy. Average of rain 2.6 inches.

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APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

Werge

do.

I. CIVIL.

17 Bt. Lt. Col. O. Werge to be Lt. Col. vice William Gray, Esq. is appointed to be his Ma

Carden, dead

14 Nov. 1817 jesty's Consul for the State of Virginia.

Capt. J. Willington to be Major, vice

15 Oct. 1818

Lieut. J. Brackenbury to be Captain, II. ECCLESIASTICAL.

vice Willington

20 His Grace the Duke of Gordon has présented

- H. J. Atkinson to be Captain by the Rev. George Shipperd of Fort-William to the

purch. vice Wildman, 6 Dr. G. 29 do.

22 church and parish of Laggan.

Cornet T. M'Kenzie, from 24 Dr. to be The Rev. Samuel George Kennedy, preacher of

Lieut. vice Fitz-Clarence 3 Sept. 1817

24 the gospel, has been appointed as minister of the

J. G. Palling to be Lieut. vice Leith-wynd Chapel, Edinburgh.

Gibson, dead

21 Nov. C. R. M'Lead to be Lieut. 24 do.

G. Cox, from 8 Dr. to be Cornet, III. MILITARY.

vice Palling

21 do. Brevet. Major D. M'Donald, 19 F. to be Lieut.

Lieut. J. Mylne to be Adjutant, vice Colonel in the Army, 29 Oct. 1818

Pellichoddv, dead

24 do. Capt. P. J. Stanhope, h. p. 56 F. to be 25 Bt. Major C. Synge, from 20 Dr. to be Major in the Army

12 Nov.

Major, vice Bt. Lt. Col. Ellis, ret. 3 Dr. G. Edward Willey to be Cornet by purch.

5 Nov. 1818 22 Oct.

Robert Burdett to be Cornet by purch. James G. Hall to be Cornet by purch.

vice Oswald, ret.

22 Oct. vice Hillary, ret.

do. 4F. Lieut. W. Graham to be Adjutant, vice Regt. Quar. Mast. C. Short to be Adj.

Richardson, res. Adjutancy only and Cornet, vice M‘Dowall, prom.

12 Nov. 15 do. 8

C. R. Fox, from R. W. I. Rang. Troop Quar. Mast. E. Wheldon to be

to be Lieut. vice M«Dermott, ret. on Quar. Mast. vice Short

do.
h. p. of W. I. Rang.

12 Nov. Bt. Major N. Brutton to be Major by 17

-W.M. Yorke, from 65 F. to be purch. vice Martin, ret. 29 do.

Lieut. vice Stalkart, dead 3 Nov. 1817 Cornet Hon. C. Westenra, from 24 Dr. 22

H. F. Cane to be Captain by to be Cornet, vice Cox, 24 Dr.

purch. vice Le Sage, ret. 22 Oct. 1818 21 Nov. 1817

Ensign E. Butler to be Lieut. by purch. 11 Bt. Lt. Col. R. Diggens to be Lt. Col.

vice Cane

do. 5 Nov. 1818

G. V. Butler to be Ensign by purch. vice J. Bouchier to be Major,

Butler

do. vice Diggens

do. 26 Lieut. Boyes' reappointment is to bear Capt. S. White, from h. p. 12 Dr. to be

date the

6 May 1812 Capt.

do. 32 Serj. Major Pepperel to be Quar. Mast. J. Duberly, from h. p. 11 Dr. to

vice Stephens, res. 15 Oct. 1818 be Cornet, vice Bouchier 6 do. 50 Capt. W. A. Craig, from 68 F. to be Capt. Cornet Richard Edgell to be Lieut. do.

vice Chapman,

ret. on h.p. 68F. 5 Nov. Charles Jordon to be Lieut. 7 do. 53 Ensign J. Silver to be Lieut. vice Brodie, Cornet and Adj. George Butcher to have

dead

15 Oct. the rank of Lieut.

8 do. 60 Lieut. H. Vis. Barnard, from 2 Life G. Lieut. R. Archdall, from h. p. Waggon

to be Capt. by purch. vice Maling, % Train, to be Lieut.

12 do.
W. I. R.

22 do. Hon. John Law, from 1 F. G. to 62

J. Twigg to be Capt. vice Bt. be Lieut.

13 do.
Major Butler, dead

15 do. G. A. Anson, from 3 F. G. to be

Ensign T. Russell to be Lieut. vice
Lieut.

15 do.
Twigg

do. Cornet W. R. Chambers, from h. p. 23 65 Lieut. C. Mitchell, from 69 F. to be Dr. to be Cornet

9 do.

Lieut. vice Yorke, 17 F. 3 Nov. 1817 G. S. Crole, from 21 Dr. to be 67 Assist. Surg. R. Greig, from 22 Dr. to be Cornet

10 do.

Assist. Surg. vice Kenny, prom.
Arthur M'Cally to be Cornet 11 do.

5 Nov. 1818 13 Bt. Col. T. Pritzler, from 22 Dr. to be 71 N. A. Connor to be Ensign, vice MacLt. Col.

5 do.
dougall, dead

22 Oct. Lieut. John Major to be Capt. do. 72 Bt. Lt. Col. F. Calvert, from 32 F. to be Cornet James Tomlinson to be Lieut. do.

Lt. Col. vice Leitch, ret. 5 Nov. Arthur Hancock to be Lieut. 6 do. 82 Capt. J. Hutchison, from 83 F. to be Henry Stones to be Lieut. 7 do.

Capt. vice Sterne, ret, on h. p. 83 F. Lieut. A. Bacon, from h. p. 10 Dr. to be

12 do. Lieut.

8 do. 87 Hosp. Assist. J. Robson to be Assist. C. Andrews, from h. p. 1 Dr. to

Surg.vice Coulthard, dead 18 Nov.1817 be Lieut.

9 do. 92 Capt. A. Ferrier to be Major by purch. J. Wallace, from h. p. to be Lieut.

vice Holmes, ret.

22 Oct. 1818 10 do.

Lieut. J. K. Ross to be Capt. by purch. Charles Clarke, from 21 Dr. to be

vice Ferrier

do. Lieut.

11 do.

Ensign D. Macpherson to be Lieut. by R. B. Teesdale, from 25 Dr. to

purch. vice Ross be Lieut.

12 do. 2 W. I. R. Capt. A. M‘Pherson to be Major by Cornet W. D. Hamilton, from Waggon

purch. vice M'Entagert, ret. do. Train, to be Cornet, vice Tomlinson

T. Maling, from 60 F. to be Capt. 10 do. vice Iles, ret.

21 do. Robert Ellis, from 25 Dr. to be

Lieut. H. Cradock, from 1 F. G. to be Cornet, vice Handcock

11 do.

Capt. by purch. vice M'Pherson 22 do. John Lawrenson to be Cornet, vice 4

Major J. D. Elphinstone, from 2 Dr. to Stones

12 do.

be Lieut. Col. by purch. vice Col. Sir Troop Serj. Maj. T. Rosser to be Adjut.

J. Wardlaw, ret.

12 Nov. and Cornet, vice Lawrence, res. Adju- R.W.İ.Ra. Ensign C. R. Fox, from 85 F. to be tancy only

29 Oct.

Lieut. vice Ramsay, ret. 5 do. Assist. Surg. D. M'Gregor, from 22 Dr. 1CeylonR. Lieut. J. Braham, from h. p. 83 F. to to be Assist. Surg. více Hart, ret. on

be 1st Lieut.

18 Feb. h. p. 22 Dr.

5 Nov. R. Artil, Capt. J. Grant, from h. p. to be Capt. Hen. Gage to be Cornet by purch. 12 do.

vice Wall, dead Lieut. J. H. Thursby has been permitted

Gent. Cadet C.P. Brewer to be 2d Lieut. to resign his Commission from do.

vice Simmons, prom.

5 Octo G. A. F. Dawkins has been per

J. Knowles to be ad Lieut. mitted to resign his h. p. Lieutenancy

vice Milnes, prom.

do,

do.

30 Aug.

R. Artil. Gent. Cadet H. Poole to be 2d Lieut. Lieut. Martin, from 4 F. with Lieut. Duthy, h. p. vice Pulham, dead

do. 85 F. H. O'Brien to be 2d Lieut.

Stavely, from 4 F. with Lieut. Blagrave, h.p. vice Lyster, prom.

do.

Sidley, from 23 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Z. Mudge to be 2d Lieut. Greig, h. p. 8 F. vice Cornelius, prom.

do. Ensign Dickens, from 33 F. with Ensign Knox, A. Gosset to be 2d Lieut. h. p. 2 Gar. Bn. vice Hall, dead

do.

Dillon, from 50 F. with Ensign Weir, h. p. H. Briscoe to be 2d Lieut. 47 F.

do.

Priestly, from 12 F. with Ensign Carew,
C. E. Beauchamp to be 2d h. p. 15 F.
Lieut. vice Scott, prom.

do.

Chamberlain, from 4 F. with Ensign GamR. Engin. Lt. Col. G. Cardew, from h. p. to be Lt. ble, h. p. 91 F. Col. vice Marlow, dead

12 do.

Nason, from 56 F. rec. diff. with Ensign Garrison. Lt. Gen. Hon. Sir E. Paget, G. C. B. to Leighton,

h. p. be Capt. of Cowes Castle, vice Col. Paymaster Brenan, from 7 F. with Paymaster Drouly, dec.

do. Mac Dougall, h. p. 88 F. Recr. Dist. Samuel Colberg (late Paymaster of Det. Qua. Mast. Hogan, from 7 F. with Qua. Mast.

at Liverpool) to be Payinaster 25 Jan. Lambert, h. p. 14 F. Med.Staff. The Commission of Staff Surgeon E. Surgeon Ridsdale, from 15 Dr. with Surg. Easton,

Doughty is to bear date 6 Apr. 1809 47 F.
Staff Surg. G. Beattie, M. D. from h. p. Assist. Surg. Tedlie, from 69 F. with Assist. Surg.

to be Surg. to the Forces, vice Ar Browne, h. p. 89 F.
thur, h. p.

5 ov. 1818
Hosp. Assist. A. Nelson, from h. p. to

Resignations and Retirements. be Hosp. Assist. to the Forces 10 Oct. Colonel Sir J. Wardlaw, 4 W. I. R.

W. Birrell, M.D. from h. p. Lieut. Col. Ellis, 25 Dr.
to be Hosp. Assist. to the Forces do.

Leitch, 72 F.
John Bell, from h. p. to be Major Martin, 8 Dr.
Hosp. Assist. to the Forces do.

Ilolmes, 92 F.

M‘Entagert, 2 W.IR.
Exchanges.

Captain Le Sage, 22 F.

lles, 2 W. 1, R. Lt. Col. Graham, from 2 F. with Lt. Col. Jordan, Lieut. Thursby, 14 Dr. Insp. F. O. Mil. Ionian Islands

Dawkins, h. p. 15 Dr. Brev. Major D. Campbell, from 92 F. with Capt. Ramsay, W. I. Rang. Brown, h. p. 4 F.

Cornet Hillary, 6 Dr. G. Capt. Kirk, from 47 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Sadler,

Oswald, 25 Dr.

Quarter Master Stevens, 32 F.
Lieut. Plunkett, from 6 F. with Lieut. Pigot, h. p.
IF.

Appointments Cancelled.
Harrison, from 69 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

2d Lieut. St John, Rifle Brig.
Higginbotham, h. p. 34 F.
Irving, from 15 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Adjutant Jervis, 72 F.
Maitland, h. p.

Dismissed.
Sproule, from 69 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Major Baillie, 25 F.
Bailey, h. p.

Paymaster Smith, 25 F.

h. p.

Deaths.

19 July

Colonel.

Smith, late Gar. Co. West Ind. Coleman, late Ind. Co. of Inv. Cuyler, 11 F. 12 Nov. 1818 Bonnet, Huntingdon Militia

Ensigns.
Lieut.-Colonel.

Lieutenants.

Carnie, 12 F. R. Carrol, h. p. Port Ser. 16 Oct. M'Laren, h. p. 12 F. 13 Mar.1818 | Macdougall, 71 F. 27 Sept. 1818 Majors.

M'Pherson, 46 F. 17 Sept. Langton, 4 W. I. R. 2 Nov, Butler, 62 F. 10 Sept. Brodie, 53 F.

Burton, R. Afric. Cor. Grant, late of 92 F. 17 Mar. Irwin, 61 F.

9 do. Leishman, late R. Gar. Bn. Troya, h. p. 8 W. I. R.

Boyle, h. p. 75 F.
8 Apr.

17 Apr. Captains.

MacKay, late Indep. Comp. Rainsford, late 1 Vet. Bn. Chadwick, 22 Dr. 17 May | Nicholson, late 3 Vet. Bn. Abbott,

do.

9 do, Shannahan, h. p. R. Staff Corps Bigger, do. 18 Dec. 1817 | Deans, late 2 do. Troyer, h. p. 4 Ceylon Reg. Pettigrew, late 5 do. 10 June1818 Sandon, Huntingdon Militia Ashe, h. p. Bourbon R. Jan. Pelt, late 7 do.

Adjutant. Cochrane, late Ind. Co. 22 May Powell, do.

8 Jan. Lt. Stephenson, 30 F. 21 Mar. Coote, late 1 Vet. Bn. Buchanan, late 12 do. 19 June

Quarter Masters.
Bruce,
do.
Squair, do.

Bacon, h. p. 66 F. 18 Oct. Porter, late 7 Vet. Bn. 12 June Broetz, late 13 do. 8 Jan. Ross, Rifle Brigade 7 do. Sears, late 8 do.

23 Apr.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS.
May20. At Calcutta, Mrs Geo. Playfair, of a son.

Sept. 27. Mrs P. Horton, of Chatham county, America, was safely delivered of three hearty male children! They have been named George Washington, Andrew Jackson, and Napoleon Bonaparte; and, of course, according to the Shandean system, have all the chances of becoming great men that distinguished names can give them.

Oct. 19. At Besart-house, the Right Hon. the Countess of Desart, a son and heir.

21. At Woolwich, the lady of Captain Duncan Grant, royal artillery, a ughter.

22. At Peebles, Mrs Wm Campbell, a daughter. * 24. At Blairgowrie, the lady of William Macpherson, Esq. of Blairgowrie, a son.

26. At Annfield, Leith, Mrs J. T. Goodsir, a daughter.

27. At Hatton, Mrs Davidson, younger of Muirhouse, a son.

28. Mrs Vans Hathorn, Prince's street, a son.

Nov. 5. In Wimpole-street, London, the lady of the Hon. J. T. Leslie Melville, a son.

At Pershore, Worcestershire, on her read to London, Lady Lucy Clive, consort of Lord Clive, a son and heir.

- Mrs Dawson of Morebattle Tofts, a son.

7. The wife of Archibald Mackechnie, tailor, No 52, Bridgegate-street, Glasgow, of two boys and a girl, who, with their mother, are doing well.

At Milliken, the lady of Sir William Milliken Napier of Napier, Bart. a son. -10. Lady Pringle of Stitchel, a daughter.

In George-street, Edinburgh, the lady of William Mein, Esq, of Ormiston, a son.

12 In Dublin-street, Edinburgh, the lady of Major Alston, a son,

13. In Charlotte-square, Edinburgh, the lady of Thomas Maitland, younger of Dundrennan, advocate, a daughter.

16. In Queen-street, Edinburgh, the lady of chell, collector of shore-dues and harbour-master, Alexander Norman Macleod, Esq. of Harris, a son. Grangemouth, to Mary, eldest daughter of Lieut.

17. At Dalkeith, Mrs Wr. Graham, a daughter. General Blunt, Major-General in the British army.

Lately-At Eaglesham, the wife of John Biggar, a weaver, was safely delivered of three female

DEATHS. ehildren, who, with the mother, are all doing well. In India, in January last, Captain John Beau

Mrs George Bell, 32, St Andrew-square, Edin mont, 5th regiment, native infantry, son of the burgh, a daughter.

late Mr Francis Beaumont.

At Calcutta, in May last, Mr Alexander Cassels,

late of the Honourable East India Company's serMARRIAGES.

vice, youngest son of the deceased Andrew Cassels, Oct. 12. At Hart-street, Edinburgh, Robert Boog,

Esq. Leith: Esq. solicitor before the Supreme Courts, to Mrs June 1. At Calcutta, Mrs Susan Tod, wife of Henrietta Scott, relict of Lieut.-Colonel William Major George Cadell, 12th Madras native infantry, Scott, late in the service of the Honourable East Adjutant-General subsidiary force, Hydrabad. India Company on the Bengal establishment.

Sept. 1. At Havannah, on his way home from 13. At Bess Brook, Ireland, Mr Michael Rey. South America, Mr John Dickie, only son of the nolds, aged 81, to the accomplished Miss Ann Rea, late Mr Alexander Dickie of this city. Carrickcruppen. Immediately after the hymeneal 3. At Hamilton, Bermuda, Mr Colin Falconer knot, the bride, a slip who only hath attained her Taylor, eldest surviving son of Mr Taylor, rector 73d year, supported by a crutch, repaired with her of the grammar school of Musselburgh. rib to a neighbouring alehouse, to spend in festivi. 25. At Paris, Miss Isabella Bethune Morison, ty the nuptial hour.

daughter of the deceased William Bethune, Esq. - At Westbury, Daniel Fripp, Esq. to Miss of Blebo. Sarah Steuart Powell, youngest daughter of Timo Oct 1. At Ramsgate, in the 70th year of his age, thy Powell, Esq. Bristol.

after a lingering illness, Finlay Fergusson, Esq. 23. At Falkirk, Mr Thomas Gibb, merchant, F. R. S. of Bentinck - street, Manchester-square, Edinburgh, to Miss Mary Colvin.

London. 24, At Foss, Joseph Stewart Menzies, Esq. of 9. Mr Matthew Laycock, carrier between ManFoss, to Margaret, only daughter of the late Mr chester and Skipton. About two months ago, when James Pollock, Edinburgh.

returning from the former place, he was bit by a 26. Captain James Crerar, of the royal navy, to dog, supposed to be mad, on which he took the Joan, daughter of Captain John Clyne, shipmaster medicine at Colne usually administered in such in Leith.

cases; but when returning from Manchester, on At Dumblane, Mr John Ferguson, surgeon in Tuesday, the 6th ult. he began to be unwell, and Dumblane, to Mary Ann, daughter of the late Rev. strong symptoms of the hydrophobia appeared. Robert Stirling, minister of the gospel there. On the Friday following, he expressed a fear of the

30. At East Breech, Mr William Potts, mer. returning malady, and wished to see his children; chant, Edinburgh, to Lilias, second daughter of they were brought to him; he gave each of them Thomas Sym, Esq. of East Breech.

a kiss; and very soon after, the malady returned, Nov. 1. George Stuart, Esq. captain of the 3d, and he died the same day in the greatest agony, or Buffs, to Alicia Inston, only daughter of the late barking like a dog. Rev. Henry Dunkin, rector of Glassough, county 10. At Haddington, of the palsy, after four days of Monaghan, Ireland.

illness, Mr Charles Herriot, aged 69. He taught a 2. At Biggar, the Rev. Alexander Jack, Dun private school there for the space of thirty years, bar, to Elizabeth, daughter of James Hamilton of with credit to himself. Previous to that, he was a Badensgill, Esq.

bookseller in the Parliament-square for above 12 -- Ai London, Mr Joseph Louthian, to Janet, years. youngest daughter of David Tod, Esq. Cold Bath 13. At Handsworth, Staffordshire, in the 116th Square.

year of her age, Ann Smallwood, widow. She 3. At Lockerbie, Mr William Maxwell Little, was born in 1702, the year Queen Anne came to S.S. C. Edinburgh, to Ann, daughter of William the throne. She was the mother of 16 children, Martin, Esq. of Blackford.

the eldest of whom, now living, is 80 years old. 4. James Dickson, surgeon, royal navy, to Miss She had been nearly blind a few years, but all her Janet Jeffrey, daughter of George Jeffrey, Esq.

other faculties she retained to the last. New Kelso, Ross-shire.

18. At Lockerby, Mary and Biddy Chambers, 6. At Edinburgh, Mr Thomas Brown, merchant, sisters. They had lived together nearly the whole Edinburgh, to Helen, youngest daughter of Mr of their lives, and expressed a singular solicitude William Gibb, merchant there.

that they might die together : in this their prayers - At Edinburgh, Captain Albert Cummings of were heard, as they died on the same night, the London, to Margaret, only daughter of the deceased one at ten, the other at twelve o'clock, and were Rev. Joseph Johnstone, minister of Innerleithen. buried in one grave.

9. At Stobo Manse, Mr Charles Balfour Scott, 19. In the 56th year of her age, at Colonel Vinwriter to the signet, to Eliza, youngest daughter cent's, Cullen's Wood, near Dublin, the Right Hon. of the Rev. Alexander Ker, minister of Stobo. Catherine, Lady Mount Sandford, daughter of the

10. At Bowland, Samuel Sproull, Esq. to Eliza, late Right Hon. Sir Oliver, and relict of the late daughter of the late William Walker, Esq. and Lord Mount Sandford. niece of Colonel Walker of Bowland.

20. At Perth, Thomas Black, Esq. late Provost, - At Glasgow, Mr Peter Forbes, merchant, and Collector of the Customs there. Edinburgh, to Jane, second daughter of William 22. At Morpeth, Andrew Marjoribanks, Esq. de. Irvine, Esq. merchant, Glasgow.

puty commissary-general. - At Edinburgh, John Hood, Esqof Stone At Edinburgh, Mr Matthew Fortune, of the ridge, to Jane Anne, second daughter of the late Tontine. Alexander Low, Esq. of Annfield.

23. At No 1, Gayfield Square, Edinburgh, Mrs At Glenfernate, R. R. Bruce, Esq. Honour Jane Gall, wife of Mr John Gall, coachmaker, Edable East India Company's service, to Miss Ca inburgh. therine Barron Spottiswoode, daughter of William - At Kirkhill, in her 14th year, May, youngest Spottiswoode, Esq. of Glenfarnate.

daughter of Charles Adamson, Esq. paymaster, 12. At St James's, Westminster, the Rev. James Aberdeenshire Militia. Glen, one of the ministers of that parish, to Mar - At Barr - house, Argyllshire, Miss Sophia garet, widow of the late W. Bruce, Esq. of Couden. Campbell Macalister, only daughter of Colonel

16. At his Grace the Duke of Athol's, at Dun Macalister of Barr. keld, George Fairholme, of Greenknow, Esq. Ber 26. At Minto-house, the Right Hon. William wickshire, to the Hon. Caroline Elizabeth Forbes, Elliot of Wells. eldest daughter of Lieut.-General Lord Forbes. At Edinburgh, Mrs Eliza Hunter, daughter His Royal Highness the Archduke Maximilian of of the late William Hunter, Esq. of Glenormis. Austria and suite honoured the nuptials with their toun, and spouse of William Campbell, Esq. writer presence, being on a visit to the family there at to the signet. the time.

27. At the Harebills, near Leeds, Yorkshire, Mr 19. At Edinburgh, Captain Nickle, of the 88th Griffith Wright. He had attained the advanced regiment, to Elizabeth Ann, daughter of William age of 87, and was perhaps the oldest proprietor of Dallas, Esq. writer to the signet.

a newspaper in this kingdom, if not in the world, Lately-At Lisbon, Lieutenant Thomas Mitchell having established Wrights Leeds Intelligencer, of the rifle brigade, eldest son of the late Mr Mit A. D. 1751, nine years before his present Majesty's

accession to the throne. He retired from business At his house, Clyde-place, Edinburgh, Mr more than 35 years since.

Andrew Laurie, senior, teacher of dancing. - At Mid Calder, Mr James Goodsir, surgeon. 15. At Edinburgh, Miss M'Cormick, eldest daugh28. At Newington, William Cooper Blyth, son ter of the deceased William M'Cormick, Esq. Dunof R. B. Blyth, merchant, Edinburgh.

das-street. At Dee-mount, near Aberdeen, Lieut.-Colonel 16. At his house, No 24, Society, Edinburgh, P. Black, late in the Honourable East India Com William Wotherspoon, Esq. accountant. pany's service, on the Bengal establishment, aged 55. - At Edinburgh, Miss Vere Fergusson, daugh

At Edinburgh, at the house of Thomas Adair ter of the late Rev. Adam Fergusson, minister of of Genoch, Esq. clerk to the signet, her grandfa Mouline. ther, Agnes, the infant daughter of John Ross,

At Sanquhar, William Marshall, aged 102 Esq. R. N. captain of the Isabella, and commander

years, son of the famous William Marshall, King of the Northern Expedition, which sailed in May o'the Randies," and Chief of the Galloway Tinklast upon a voyage of discovery,

ers, who died at the advanced age of 121 years, 29. At Berwick-upon-Tweed, in his 75th year, feared or respected by all his "ain kind o' folk, Mr William Graham, carpet-manufacturer there, as well as the chief part of the inhabitants of the after a lingering illness, which he bore with the district in which he resided. William, the subject most exemplary fortitude.

of our obituary, was born, as is generally believed, - At Mount Edgecumbe (the seat of his father), at Colmonell, in 1716: he himself said the year bethe Right Hon. Lord Viscount Valletort, after a fore; but from his father having been with the arlong illness. His lordship was born in the year my in Flanders, as a soldier (which he seems to 1794.

have left that he might attend Kelton hill Fair), 30. At Buccleugh Place, Edinburgh, Anne, and from other circumstances, it is most probable daughter of Mr Young of the Excise.

that he was only 102 years old. Marshall, the 31. At Edinburgh, after a short illness, Lieut. younger, ostensibly exercised the vocation of tinker John Blackburn, of the Dumfriesshire Militia. at Minnigaff; but his real occupation was smug.

John Alston, Esq. banker, Glasgow, in the gling, a business as unsubstantial as the foam that 75th year of his age.

is dashed from the bows of the vessel freighted At Musselburgh, after a few days' illness, Mrs

with the goods. Like unto thousands, Marshall at Susanna Small, relict of Charles Spalding, Esq. one time had realized some property in that ephe late merchant in Edinburgh.

meral profession; he had “ twa gude houses in Nov. 2. At Hatfield, Yorkshire, Sir Hector Mac, Minnigaff," but like the foresaid thousands, after lean, Bart. of Marvaren, North Britain.

having spent the summer of his days in it, nothing At Glasgow, Thomas Hotchkis, Esq. brewer remained to him in the autumn of his life, as the in Edinburgh.

fruit of his privations and his toil, save an irritated 4. Stephen Rowan, Esq. of Bellahouston, mer temper, and vicious propensities. It would appear chant in Glasgow.

that Marshall had some hard skirmishes with the 5. At Edinburgh, after a short illness, Francis dragoons, called in to assist the revenue officers. Ronaldson, Esq. surveyor, General Post Office. In one of these, his " braw mare" was shot under

At the Mains of Kellie, John, son of Mr him; in another, we could clearly trace that his Alexander Bowie, farmer there.

party had used fire arms against the military, but 6. At Kenleith, Mr James Proven, paper-maker. that there were “nae lives lost." For these four

At Boulogne, Mary Jane, the infant daughter and-twenty years past, Marshall has resided at of Captain Coll Macdougall.

Sanquhar; and until within the last three years, 8. At Stanwix, near Carlisle, aged 83, Mary, the he was wont to go round the farmers exercising his wife of Mr John Carruthers. This woman bore vocation of horner. Until a month before his ten children at four births, namely, four, three, death, he had been looking for his “ bawbee to two, and one.

buy tobacco;" and although his walk was tottering 9. At his house, in George Square, Edinburgh, and slow, and in his person he read Sphinx's riddle, Alexander Schaw, Esq. aged 93.

yet his back was as straight as that of any man liv- At Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, Mr John Ro ing, and over shoulders he was as square as when bertson.

his sinews were strong with the vigour of thirty- At Corsbie, aged 89, the Right Hon. Lady Dumfries and Galloway Courier. Euphemia Stuart, sister to the late Earl of Gallo 18. Alderman Goodbehere. He returned to his way.

house, China-terrace, Lambeth, in apparent good 10. The Rev. William Ramsay, minister of Cor health, to dress, as he was going out to dinner, and tachy.

he immediately went up stairs. Soon after the - At Edinburgh, Mrs Jane Cochrane, wife of servant heard a violent noise, as if something heaWilliam Drysdale, Esq. writer to the signet. vy had fallen; she immediately ran up, and found

- At Edinburgh, Mrs Maria Christie, spouse of her master lying on the floor quite dead-it is supArchibald Christie, Esq. younger of Baberton, and posed that he died in an apoplectic fit. Mr Gooddaughter of the late J. Reeves, Esq. of Lanley, behere has left a widow and a son, his only child, Wiltshire.

about 20 years of age, who is a member of the Uni11. At a very advanced age, at Southwood versity of Cambridge. house, near Ramsgate, Charlotte, Dowager Coun 19. At Edinburgh, Miss Francis Weir, at her tess of Dunmore. Her ladyship was a daughter of house in Charlotte-street. Alexander, seventh Earl of Galloway, and was Lately At Norwich, Mrs Anne Plumptre, the married the 21st of February 1759, to John, fifth author of many ingenious publications. This lady Earl of Dunmore, who died in March 1809, and was particularly skilled in German literature. by whom she had five sons and four daughters, in At Pickering, in Yorkshire, W. Marshall, Esq. cluding George, the present Earl of Dunmore; Au the very eminent writer on " Rural Economy, gusta, now Lady Augusta D'Ameland, married

at and " Ágriculture in general." Rome, April 4, 1793, to his Royal Highness the At East Cowes Castle, in the Isle of Wight, the Duke of Sussex, and secondly, December 5, 1793, seat of John Nash, Esq. Lady Romilly. Her ladyat St George's, Hanover-square, London, which ship had borne a long and painful illness with ex. marriage was declared null and void by the Prero emplary patience and resignation. The death of gative in 1794 ; and Virginia, born in Virginia, and Lady Romilly will be felt most severely by the unnamed after it at the request of the Council and fortunate. Her ladyship distributed £ 1000 per an Assembly of Virginia, of which his lordship, her num privately amongst worthy families who had father, was then governor.

been reduced by misfortune. At his house, Fountainbridge, Alexander At his seat, Neuvillar, Marshal Clarke, the Duke Gardner, Esq. Deputy Lord Treasurer's Remem of Feltre. He was of Irish extraction, and one of brancer in Exchequer.

Bonaparte's generals, by whom he was created At Edinburgh, Mr William Brydon, painter Duke de Feltre, and a field marshall. and glazier.

At Portland, in the United States of America, 12. At her house, 56, George-street, Edinburgh, about the middle of September, Andrew Seott, Esq. Mrs Major Drummond of Vellore, Stirlingshire. a native of Paisley. He had recently arrived at

13. At Buccleuch-place, Edinburgh, Mr James New York from a voyage to the East Indies; and, Masson, late merchant, Edinburgh.

while on a visit to his family, the very evening of 14. At Arniston-place, Edinburgh, Mr Robert his reaching home, he was deprived of life by a Kirkwood, engraver.

shock of the palsy. - At Perth, in the prime of life, after a short At her house, Castle-street, Mrs Dougal, widovs illness, Mr John Greig, merchant,

of the deceased James Dougall of Easter-house. Oliver & Boyd, Printers.

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