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Tuesday, February 3. Beef (17} oz. per lb.) Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf Os. 11d. to Os. Od. Mutton
Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 10d. to Os. Od. Lamb, per quarter . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Butter, per lb. ls. 3d. to 1s. 5d. Veal
Os. 8d. to ls. Od. Salt ditto, per stone , 20s. Od. to 24s. Od. Pork 08. 6d. to 0s. 8d. Ditto per lb.
1s. 4d. to ls. 6. Tallow, per stone. 12s. Od. to Os. Od. Eggs, per dozen ls. Od to Os. Od.
..... 258. Od.
HADDINGTON. FEBRUARY 5.
Beans. 1st,...... 40s. Od. 1st,......39s. Od. 1st,...... 255. 6d. 1st....... 258. Od. Ist, 2d,......378. Od. | 2d, ......37. Od. 2d,...... 22s. Od. | 2d, ......21s. Od. 2d,......21s. Od. 3d, ......34s. Od. 30,......34s. Od. 3d, ......19s. Od. 3d, ......18s. Od. 3d ....... 18s. Od.
Average of Wheat, £0:0:0: 0-Oths. Note. The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent. more than half a quarter,
or 4 Winchester bushels ; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.
ALPHABETICAL List or ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and
31st January 1819, extracted from the London Gazette. Allum, R. Chatham, Kent, builder
Herm, J. Birmingham, screw-maker Andrews, R. Bristol, baker
Hardie, A. Union-court, Broad-street, merchant Atkinson, J. Dalston, Cumberland, cotton-manu Hudson, W. Upper Thames-street, earthen-ware..
facturer Aubert, N. B. Lloyd's Coffee-house, and Harley- Hughes, S. Liverpool,
liquor-merchant ford-place, Kennington, insurance-broker Hulme, W. Leek, Staffordshire, grocer Atherton, T. Liverpool, tanner
Harman, G. Norwich, manufacturer Burgis, J. Southampton-street, Covent-Garden, or. Ingram, L. Cheapside, hatter namental paper-manufacturer
Johnson, R. Plymouth, grocer Barker, J. Stratford-Common, brewer
Jacob, J. Gravel-lane, Houndsditeh, tobaceonist Bradley, J. St Johns, Worcester, coal-master Jennings, J. C. Catherine-street, dealer Baylin, D. Strand, Gloucestershire, clothier Jay, J. Old-Jewry, wine-merchant Bell, J. Church-street, Spittalfields, bombazeen Jones, J. and H. Hughes, Liverpool, merchants manufacturer
Jones, E. Great Sutton-street, Clerkenwell, coalBrown, J. Leeds, straw hat manufacturer
merchant Budden, J. Bristol, liquor-merchant
J. Kernot, Castle-street, Leicester-fields, druggist Booth, J. Oxford-street, grocer
Keats, T. M. Poultry, hat-manufacturer Brocklebank, S. Liverpool, merchant
Kendrick, J. Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire, Bryant, W. Greenwich, coach-master
miller Blomerly, W. Bolton, cotton-manufacturer
Longman, F. G. Norwich, malster
Lloyd, T. and J. Winter, Blue Bell Yard, St Collins, R. Maidstone, dealer in hops
James-street, wine-merchants Cater, S. and J. Home, Watling-street, warehouse Lutey, T. Wapping, master-mariner
M'Leod, T. H. Pinners-hall, Winchester-street, Chapman, R. Hammersmith, surgeon
wine-merchants Cassels, R. St. Swithin's-lane, merchant
Merchant, J. Shepton Mallet, Somersetshire, innChurehill, J. Stanhope-street, Clare-market, com keeper mon-brewer
Morris, J. Woolwich, cordwainer Collins, F. New-Fishbourne, Sussex
Morgan W. Bristol, victualler Cole, E. Shrewsbury, hop-merchant
Noble, M. Lancaster, chemist Cooper, T. Kennet-whart, Upper Thames-street, Oulett, J. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, jeweller merchant
T. Oxford-street, mangle-maker Carver, J. and W, Peet, Basinghall-street, mer Phillips, R. Exeter, chemist chants
Perkins, C. Perkins Rents, Peter-street, WestCowley, T. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, ware minster, victualler houseman
Price, D. Watford, Herts, linen-draper Durham, J. Shadwell-street, carcass-butcher Pidding, J. J. High-Holborn, Stock-broker Davis, N. Gloucester Terrace, New-road, White Parsons, S. Hanover-street, Long-Acre,,coachchapel, merchant
plater David, J. Threadneedle-street, merchant
Peet, W. Basinghall-street, merchant Dunn, W. Threadneedle-street, wine-merchant Payton, W. Lincoln's-ion-fields, wine-merchant Daniels, W. jun. Bishop's Stortford, malt-factor Perry, J. sep. Stockport, muslin-manufacturer Davey, J. Foulsham, Norfolk, ironmonger Phillips, T. Bread-street-hill, merchant Everett, W. Cambridge, corn-merchant
Paterson, M. Halifax, dyer Flinders, J. Nottingham, hosier
Perkins, J. Tiverton, timber-merchant Friday, R. Islesworth, barge-master
Power, J. and R. Warwick, Finsbury-square, merFlint, w. Old-Bailey, printer
chants Fitzgerald, T. St Catherine-street, ship-owner Ridley, T. Seaton-sluice, Northumberland, brewer Force, J. Walcot, Somersetshire, dealer
Rogers, J. Old Broad-street, merchant
Ritchie, T, Air-street, Piccadilly, merchant
Reddal, w, do. do.
Richards, D. Mann's-row, Bow-common, manufacGardiner, D. Chiswell-street, hatter
turing chemist Hort, A, Dean-street, Finsbury.square, merchant Richards, H. Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, can Hewitt, P. Bold, Lancashire
penter Horrocks, S. Bolton, manufacturer
Russell, J. Lambeth, timber-merchant Hogg, J. E. Broad-street, warehouseman
Russell, A. Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, linen, Hayward, H. Great Portland-street, paper-hanger draper Hudson. H. and G. Liverpool, slop-sellers Salter, C. jun. Portsea, grocer
Swan, R. Gainsborough, Lincoln, merchant Vertue, S. Mark-lane, corn-merchant Still, J. South Island-place, Brixton, Surrey, mer Williams, H. Duke-street, Bloomsbury, wine-mer. chant
chant Smith, W. Moffat-street, City-road, corn-dealer Wadley, J. Coventry-street, "Hay-market, cheese Sumner, T. Preston, corn-merchant
monger Stiff, W. Borthwick, Hampshire, dealer
Walker, R. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer Tully, F. Bristol, baker
Wardle, G. and T. All-hallows Wharf, UpperThomas, W. Cheapside, draper
Thames-street, oil-crushers Thompson, W. H. Liverpool, merchant
Wattson, J Gravesend, Kent, coach-master Taylor, w. jun. Liverpool, merchant
White, W. Chalford, Gloucestershire, linen-draper Terral, J. Birmingham, printer
Wheeler, D. Hyde-street, Bloomsbury, colouring Thomson, E. Globe-stairs, Rotherhithe, ship manufacturer builder
Wilson, J. H. jun. Upper Belgrave-place, Pimlico, Unwin, R. Chapel en le Frith, timber-merchant picture dealer Venus, J. Lower Shadwell, vintner
Young, T. Paddington, Marylebone, grocer
ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 31st
January 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Boume, John, bookseller and publisher, Hill-place, Gray, David, shipbuilder, Kincardine; by James Edinburgh
Teurcum, ship-owner, there Hendry, John, and Co. muslin manufacturers, Johnston, Peter, upholsterer, Port-Glasgow; with
Glasgow; and John Hendry, and John M'Neil, William Millar, clerk to the Port-Glasgow smiththe individual partners of that company
work company Loudon, George, and Co. merchants, Glasgow ; and Johnston, Walter, merchant, Bank hill ; by Martin
George Loudon, merchant there, an individual and Thomson, writers, Lockerby partner of that company
M‘Nicol, Donald, merchant, Inverary; by Claud M Couns, Watson, and co. merchants, Greenock; Chessel, accountant, Edinburgh ; a final one, 24th carrying on business there under that firm; and
February at St Thomas, under the firm of James Blair M'Donald, John, timber merchant, Greenock; by and Co.
Morrison and M‘Dowald, writers, Glasgow ; & M'Gregor, Alexander, carrier and trader between
final one Perth and Aberfeldy
Murray, William, merchant, Forres, by John ForM'Ilquham, James, victualler and spirit-dealer, syth, writer there Glasgow
Paterson, Allan, and James, grocers, Edinburgh; Saunders and Melliss, merchants, Aberdeen; and by Henry Potts, grocer, Catharine-street, Edin
John Saunders, and Peter Melliss, the individual burgh; a final one partners of said company
Russell, David, late merchant and founder, Durle
foundry, near Leven ; by Thomas Dryburgh, DIVIDENDS.
writer, Cupar Anderson, Robert, late merchant, Wick; by John Scott and Balmanno, merchants, Glasgow, and who Kirk, merchant there
carried on business in the West Indies under the Brown, William, hardware merchant, Edinburgh ;
firm of James Jacque and Co.; by John M'Gavin, by David Brown; 2s. 6d. per pound
accountant there, 5th March Brown, William, jun. merchant, Edinburgh ; by Scott, Allan, and Son, wood-merchants, Glasgow; George Todd, jun. writer there
by Dugald Bannatyne there Brown, William, late of Longbedholm; by the trus Turnbull, David, late in Carfrae-mill; by Thomas tee
Scott, writer, Lauder, Ist March Cublick, William, draper, Greenock ; by David
Webster and Finlay, merchants, Montrose; by Limint, merchant, Glasgow ; 5s. 3d. per pound Charles Barclay, merchant there Campbell, illiam, grocer and spirit-dealer, Ar.
Wood, James, merchant Lundiemill; by Alexangyle-street, Glasgow, 23d March
der Watson, Kirkcaldy, 4s, per pound, on 24 Fleming, William, merchant, Glasgow; by John
February M'Intosh, merchant there, 24th January
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
Army. Maj. Hugonin, 4 Dr. to be Lt.-Cl. Jan. 21,19.
do. do. Mitchell, Rifle Brigade do, do. Wemyss, 50 F.
do. do. Gabriel, 2 Dr. Gds.
do. Thomas, 27 F
do. do. Campbell, 45 F.
do. do. Walsh, 91 F.
do. do. Clements, 18 Dr.
Fitz Clarence, h. p. 24 Dr. do. do,
do. do. Wood, 4 F.
do. do. Shaw, 4 F.
do. Baynes, R. Art:
Capt. Pidgeon, 71 F. to be Major. Jan. 21, 19.
do. do. Gray, Ritle Brigade
do. Barton, 12 Dr.
do. Shedden, 52 F.
do. do. Townsend, 14 Dr.
do. do. Dundas, R. Art.
do. do. Weyland. 16 Dr.
do. do. Stewart, h. p. 96 F.
do. do. Wedderburn, Coldst. Gds. do, do. Badoock, 14 Dr.
do. Mackay, 68 F.
do. Hamerton, 7 F.
do. Tomkinson, 16 Dr.
do. do. Napier, R. Art.
do. do. Webber, do.
do. do. Wells, R. Eng.
do. do. Mackworth, 13 Dr.
do. do. Thomson, R. Eng;
do. do. Lord Hotham, Coldst. Gds. do. do. Moore, Gren. Gds.
do. do. Freeth, R. Staff Corps do. do. Hon. F. Russell, 52F.: do. do. fHon. C. Gore, 85 F. do.
do. do. do.
Capt. Cameron, 21 F. to be Maj Jan. 21, 19. 71 Quarter Master Coulson, from h. p. to be Orde, h. p. R. Art.
Quarter Master, vice Ross, ret. on ful
25 do. Stewart, h. p. Rifle Brigade do. do. 78 Lieut. Cameron to be Capt. by purch. 9 Life Gds. Lieut. c. Barton, to be Capt. by purch.
vice Forbes, ret.
31 do. vice Morton, retires 26 Dec. 1818 82 Capt. Montague, to be Major by purch. Cornet and Sub-Lieut. Collins, to be
vice Fitzgerald, ret.
10 do. Lieut. by purch.
Surg. Kell, from 96 F. to be Surg. vice C. Phillips, Gent. to be Cornet and Sub
Flanagan, h. p. 96 F.
17 do. Lieut. by purch.
do. 88 E. Kirwan to be Ensign by purch. vice Dr. Lieut. Fraser to be Capt. by purch. vice
do. Brittain 7 Jan. 1819
Lieut. Soutar to be Adjutant, vice MitGent. Cadet Sir Fra. Vincent, Bt. from
che!), res. Adjutant only 7 Jan. 1819
Lieut. by purch. vice Myddleton
31 Dec. 1818 be Capt. vice Bowers
30 do. 92 Lieut. Macdonald to be Capt. by purch. Capt. Crawford, from h. p. to be Capt.
vice Maxwell, ret.
do. vice Duberly, cancelled 17 do.
Ensign Macdonald to be Lieut. by purch. Cornet Mallony to be Lieut. by purch.
do. vice Hoskins, 97 F. 6 Jan. 1819
J. Mackintosh to be Ensign by purch. do. A. W. Bishop to be Cornet by purch. 97 Lieut. T. Hoskins, from 11 Dr. to be vice Clark, prom. 17 Dec. 1818.
Capt. by purch. vice Hare, ret. 24 do.
6 Jan. 1819
25 do. 13 Lieut. A. T. Maclean to be Capt. by 1 W. I. R. Bi. Lt. Col. Torrens to be Lt. Col. by purch. vice Lt. Col. Lawrence, ret.
purch. vice Clifton, ret.
24 do. 23 Dec. 1818
Bt. Major Vyse, from 2 Life G. to be
Major by purch. vice Torrens
14 Jan. 1819 C. Fancourt to be Cornet, vice Brown do.
Capt. Mills, from R. York R. to be Capt. N. Nash to be Cornict, vice Cockburn
vice M‘Douald, h. p. 17 Dee. 1818 24 do.
Gent. Cadet C. Maclean, from Mil. Coll. Gent. Cadet W. Elton, from Mil. Coll,
to be Ensign, vice Field, cashiered to be ! ornet, vice Pott 31 do.
31 do, 14 M. Milligan to be Cornet by purch. vice
Capt. M'Intyre, from 3 W. I. R. to be Petrie
Capt. vice Cradock, h. p. 7 Jan. 1819 16 Lieut. Curetoy, from 20 Dr. to be Adj. and Lieut. vice Barra 7 Jan. 1819
Staff: 18 B. Walrond to be Cornet by purch. vice Hunter 17 Dec. 1818
H. B. Harris, h. p. 86 F. to be D. 20 Cornet C. A. F. Ellis, from 9 Dr. to be
A. Gen. in Nova Scotia, with rank of
Lieut. Col. vice Duke, dead
17 Dec. 1818 Douglas, prom.
14 Jan. 1819 4 F. Ensign M'Don. Mathews to be Lieut.
Garrison. vice Richardson, dead
Lieut. P. Stuart, late Adj. of York HosWilliam Bellingham to be Ensign do.
pital, to be Town Major of Belfast, S. Bonham to be Ensign by purch. vice
vice Fox, dead
24 do. Scott
17 Dec. 1818 12 Major Verner, from 7 Dr. to be Lieut.
Commissary Department. Col. by purch. vice Carnie, ret. 24 do. 19 Gent. Cadet J. Robinson, from Mil. Coll.
Acting Dep. Com. Gen. W. Booth, to be to be Ensign, vice Moffat, cash. do.
Dep. Com. Gen.
18 do 20 Major South to be Lieut. Col. by purch. více Steevens, ret.
Hosp. Assist. R. Russell, from h. p. to
be Hosp. Assist.
25 do. M. Dalrymple to be Ensigu by purch. do.
R. Leslie, from h. p. to be
do. 2 Capt. D. M'Gregor, from 95 F. vice
J. Steele, from h. p. to be
do. Lieut. Creser, from h. p. 7 F. to be Pay
Hosp. Assist. master, vicc Mackay ret. 14 Jan. 1819
C. Ward, from h. p. to be
-- J. Crawford, from h. p. to Lieut. Belcher to be Capt. by purch. do.
be Hosp. Assist.
do. Ensign Birtwistle to be Lieut. by purch.
Exchanges. J. Palk to be Ensign by purch. do. 33 Capt. M'Intyre to be Major, vice Col Brev. Major Blanckley, from 23 F. with Capt. clough, dead
7 do. Bowers, 13 Dr. Lieut. Baraillier to be Capt.
do. Capt. Meares, from 2 Life Gds. rec. diff. with Capte Ensign Summers to be Lieut. by purch. Visc. Barnard, 60 F.
Gladwin, from 19 Dr. with Capt. Doherty, Wm. Kelly to be Ensign by purch. do.
13 Dr. 41 E. Warren to be Ensign by purch. vicc
Pinckney, from h. p. 99 F. with Capt. HaButterfield
26 Nov. 1818 milton, 5 F. 42 Alex. Aitken to be Paym. vice Home, Cameron, from h. p. 79 F. with Capt. Darret.
rah, 21 F. Serj. Major Ring to be Quarter Master,
Hay, from 43 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Le vice M'Intosh, ret. list
31 do. Blanc, Rifle Brig: 46 Ensign Mahon to be Lieut. by purch. Gascoyne, from h. p. 3 Garr. Bn. with Capt. vice M.Pherson, dead
24 do. Campbell, 54 É. Gent. Cadet Campbell, from Mil. Coll.
Macworth, from 7 F. with Capt. Major, to be Ensign, více Mahon
do. 13 Dr. 50 Lieut. Johnston, from 58 F. to be Lieut. M'Intyre, from 71 F. rec. dift. with Capt. vice Jones, h. p.
25 do, Myddleton, h. p. 56 F. 53
Assist. Surg. Dr Mouat, from 21 Dr. to Stack, from 54 F. with Capt. Fitz Gerald, be Assist. Surg. vice Pollock, h. p. do.
h.p. 88 F. 60 Lieut. Van Batenburg to be Capt. by Lieut. Lang, from h. p. 56 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.,
purch. vice Jordan, ret. 24 Dec. Lawrence, 13 Dr.
31 do. Ibbotson, h. p. 103 F.
Lieut. Major, from 55 F. with Lt. Craigie, 30 F.
Resignations and Retirements.
Lt. Col. Lawrence, 13 Dr.
Carnie, 12 F.
Steevens, 20 F.
Jordan, 60 F.
Clifton, 1 w. I. R. h. p. 6 W. I. R.
Major Fitz Gerald, 82 F.
Maxwell, 92 F.
Capt. Moreton, 2 Life Gds.
Forbes, 20 F.
Hare, 97 F.
Deaths. 6 Dr.
O'Brien, 89 F. with Lieut. Kelly, 87 F. Major General Wilson, late 4 Ceylon R.
18 Jan. 1819 tar, h. p. 71 F.
Col. Earl of Poulett, 1 Somerset Mil. 14 do. Polhill, from 1 Life Gds. with Lt. Bullock, Major Colcough, 33 F. h. p. 23 Dr.
Capt. Carter, 8 Dr.
14 June 1818 Mallory, from 11 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Jones, 19 F.
Parker, 53 F.
15 Feb. Graves, h. p.
6 June Reynett, from 15 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Gray, 1 Ceylon Regt. Schonfeldt, 73 F.
Strattan, Royal Art.
22 Oct. Cornet Bonnor, from 3 Dr. Gds. with Ensign and Wynecken, Foreign, h. p. late Gorm. Leg. Lieut. Abercromby, 3 F. G.
18 do. Trollope, from 2 Dr. rec. diff. with Cornet Lieut. Richardson, 4 F.
27 do. Clark, h. p. 4 Dr. Gds.
D. Campbell, 19 F.
9 Jan. 1819 Ensign Tudor, from 9 F. with Ensign Mahon, 50 F.
D. M‘Donald, h. p. 30 F. 8 Feb. 1818 Clandinen, from h. p. 50 F. with Ensign Taylor, 53 F. Clarke, 43 F.
J. Mackay, do.
17 June Holland, from 4 F. rec. diff. with Ensign
Holmes 59 F.
22 July Warre, h. p. 83 F.
Nason, 60 F.
27 Dec. Gordon, from 63 F. with Ensign Stewart, Curtwell, 83 F. 92 F.
Munden, 84 F.
1 April Young, from 83 F. rec. diff. with 2d Lieut, Morgan, 1 W. I. R.
22 Oct. Driberg, h. p. 3 Ceylon Regt.
Studdy, R. W. In. Ra.
25 Sept. Stewart, from 92 F. with Ensign Gordon,
Ensign Baldwin, 17 F.
1 July 63 F.
Bulkeley, 34 F.
13 June Qua. Mast, Hall, 1l Dr. with Qua. Mast. Hender Ingleby, 53 F.
4 do. son, h. p. 6 W. I. R.
Qua. Mast. Fortesquieu, 21 Dr.
15 do. Assist. Surg. Dr Ducat, from h. p. Meuron's R.
Medical Department. with Assist. Surg. Napier, Sup. Ass. Surg. in East
Staff Surg. Van Malsen
Assist. Surg. Hooper, 19 F.
8 Nov. Dr Maedonnell, h. p. 50 F.
Chaplain-Rev. R. B. Verchild, at St. Kitt's 17 Oct.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
At Bonnington-place, Edinburgh, Mrs MoriDec. 11, 1818. At Castlehill, Ireland, the lady son, a daughter. of Major N. Gledstones, 68th regiment, a son.
21. Right Honourable Lady Janet Buch anan, a - In Townsend-street, Dublin, the wife of W. daughter. Singleton, beadle of St. Mark's parish, three sons,
At Pitt-street, Edinburgh, Mrs J. S. Roberto who, with the mother, are doing well.
son, a son, 22. At Tavistock-square, London, the lady of Duncan Campbell, Esq. a daughter. On Christmas Eve, the wife of Mr Saunders,
MARRIAGES. shoemaker, No 1, Bull's-head-court, Snow-hill, was delivered of twins; she is in the 50th year of April 15, 1818. At Calcutta, at the ouse of her age, and had no children for 35 years before. John Hunter, Esq. James Bathgate, Esq.i urgeon, Jan. 1. At_Woodburn, Canaan, the lady of to Eliza, youngest
daughter of the late James Scott, George Ross, Esq. advocate, a daughter.
Esq. 3. At Wykham Park, Oxfordshire, the lady of May 30. At Penang, John Anderson, Esq. High Daniel Stuart, Esq. a daughter.
Sheriff of Prince of Wales' Island, and second son 5. At Edinburgh, Mrs Irvine, Prince's-street, a of Robert Anderson, Esq. of Stroqunan, to Miss son.
Mary Alison Carnegy, second daughter of James At Inveresk, the lady of R. D. Horn Elphin- Carnegy, Esq. merchant in Penang. stone of Horn and Logie Élphinstone, a son.
June 18. At Gurruckpore, in the East Indies, 8. At Abbotrule, the lady of Robert Henderson, Montague Ainslie, eldest son of Dr Ainslie of Esq. a daughter.
Dover-street, Register and Joint Magistrate of - At George-street, Edinburgh, the lady of Cap- Azeemphur, to Sophia, eldest daughter of the late tain Menzies, a son.
George Poyntz Ricketts, and niece to Charles Mil10. In Maitland-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Callan ner Ricketts, member of the Supreme Council of der, a daughter.
Bengal, and first cousin to the Earl of Liverpool. - At Stockbridge, near Edinburgh, Mrs H. Dec. 24. At Stockton, Henry Beck with, Esq. to Currie, a daughter.
Miss Elizabeth Cowan, daughter of Mr Cowan, - Mrs George Robertson, Albany-street, Edin late schoolmaster, Old Monkland. burgh, a son.
28. At Glasgow, Mr Samuel Cochran, merchant, Mrs Thomson, Dundas street, Edinburgh, a Dublin, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late David daughter.
Wardrop, Esq. surgeon, royal navy. 12. At Pinkie House, the lady of Sir John Hope 29. At Ford, Path-head, Captain Ronaldson, of Craighall, Bart. a son.
Edinburgh militia, to Frances, daughter of the late 13. At Buccleuch place, Edinburgh, Mrs Clark, Mr James Torrance. a son.
Jan. 5, 1819. At Edinburgh, Mr Joseph ChipAt Gilmour-place, Edinburgh, Mrs Harbourne man, of the Ordnance, to Mary Stanley, daughter Gibbes Straghan, a son.
of the late John Stirling, Esq. merchant, Port Glas14. At Kilbagie, Mrs Stein, a son.
gow. 16. The lady of James Hunter, Esq. of Thur 7. At Leith, Captain J. M'Luckie, to Elizabeth, ston, a daughter.
third daughter of the late Captain Andrew Scott of 19. Mrs F. Walker, a son.
8. At Stockbridge, near Edinburgh, Mi Andrew bore ten children at four births, namely, four, Howden, Lawhead, to Agnes, younger daughter of three, two, and one. the late Mr Alexander Sawers, Hallhill.
12. At his mother's house, George Thompson, 11. At Edinburgh, Mr John Finlayson, student Esq. of divinity, to Christina, daughter of the late re 15. At Edinburgh, after four days' illness of a verend John Hoyes, minister at Kinloss.
scarlet fever, Alithea Roddom Eliza, wife to Cap- At the parish church, Leeds, Thomas Kin. tain Bunworth, 88th regiment, and sister to the late naar, Esq. eldest son of George Kinnear, Esq. Commodore Sir James Lucas Yeo, R. N. banker, Edinburgh, to Susannah, third daughter 18. At his house, No 5, Murray-street, Edinof Benjamin Gott, Esq. of Armley House.
burgh, in the 60th year of his age, Mr William - At St George's church, Hanover-square, Lon Sinclair, father of Mr Sinclair of Covent-Garden, don, the most noble George, Marquis of Blandford, Theatre. to the right honourable Lady Jane Stewart, eldest At Auchtermuchty, the Rev. John Fraser, daughter of the Earl of Galloway.
late minister of the Associate Burgher Congregation The reverend Thomas Easton of Kerrymuir, in that place, in the 74th year of his age, and 51st to Janet, only daughter of Mr Cruickshanks, su of his ministry: pervisor of Excise.
19. At Woodhouse, parish of Manor, Mrs Ballan12. At St Andrew's, Sir David Moncreiffe of tine of Sunyacres, in her 99th year. She has left Moncreiffe, Bart. to Miss Helen Mackay, daughter alive 6 children, 27 grandchildren, 44 great grandof the late Æneas Mackay, Esq. of Scotston. children, and has buried 1 child, 20 grandehildren,
In St Paul's chapel, Edinburgh, Lieutenant and 4 great grandchildren. The number of her re Colonel George M‘Konochie, in the service of the maining descendants is 77, and, including the des Honourable East India Company, on the Bombay ceased, amounts to not less than 102. establishment, to Miss Isabella Alison, youngest 20. At Hastings, Mrs Montgomery of Irvine. daughter of the late James Alison, Esq. of the - Of an apoplectic fit, the Marquis de Perigon, royal navy
Peer and Marshal of France, &c. 14. At London, Lieutenant-colonel Charles 21. At Stirling, Mr Patrick Murray Tovey: Tryon, of the 88th regiment, to Miss Sheridan, Mary Harrison, aged 108 years. She had lived, daughter of the late J. Sheridan, Esq.
as nurse, in Mr Madau's family, at Bacins, in Lan18. Richard Paterson, Esq. of Woburn-place, cashire, upwards of 95 years. Russell-square, London, to Caroline Frances, 22. At Kew, Surrey, aged 84, Mrs Popham, reyoungest daughter of the late Robert Cattley, lict of the late Joseph Popham, Esq. father of Esq. of Wandsworth Common and Lime-street. Lieutenant-General and of Rear-Admiral Sir Home
Lieutenant Alexander Quarrier, Royal Scots, Popham. to Miss Ann Auriol, daughter of the late Dr Robert - At Bathgate, Mrs Isabella, Wardlaw, relict of Lawson, Edinburgh.
the late Thomas Mair, Esq. of Pottieshaw. 18. At Edinburgh, Dr Charles Stewart of Dun 24. At Polmont Park, Mrs Spiers, relict of Alexearn, to Miss Margaret Parlane, youngest daughter ander Spiers, Esq. of Eldersly. of the late Alexander Parlane, Esq. surgeon in - At Nagpore, from excessive fatigue, Major C. Glasgow.
Addison, of the honourable East India Company's 1. 21. At Edinburgh, Lieutenant G. G. Monro, 2d regiment N. I. Madras presidency. 42d regiment, to Mary, eldest daughter of Captain At Sherborne, aged 46, Mr James Crutwell, Kingdom, 94th regiment.
proprietor of the Dorchester and Sherborne Journal.
At Anstruther, Mr John Roger, merchant
25. At Comrie, Mr Peter Comrie, surgeon ir
Comrie, much regretted. Feb. 19, 1818. On board the Thomas Coutts East - At Abden, Mrs Sibbald of Abden. Indiaman, on the passage to Bombay, Crauford Margaret Young, wife of Mr John Robertson, Swinton, son of Mr Swinton, merchant in Grange teacher, Burntsfield Links, Edinburgh. mouth.
- At Plymouth, Mrs Francis Fullertina Craw, At Calcutta, in May last, Lieutenant Cathcart daughter of the late John Craw, Esq. of Gladshot, Taylor, 53d regiment, youngest son of the late writer in Haddington, and wife of Lieutenant Colonel Cathcart Taylor, 3d dragoons.
Henry Spry, royal marines. May 13. At Jaulnah, Lieutenant John Stodart, 26. At Edinburgh, Bain Whyte, Esq.W.S. deeply 3d regiment native infantry, Madras establishment. and justly regretted.
July 18. At Samarang, in the island of Java, - At Edinburgh, Mr Charles Scott, late tannear Batavia, Mr William Robertson, second ner there, aged 77. mate of the ship Commerce of Liverpool, and eld 27. At Mound-place, Edinburgh, in the 80th year est son of the late Mr James Robertson, spirit of her age, Mrs Margaret Duncan, relict of the late dealer, Chessel's Court, Canongate. He had gone Mr William Tait, merchant in Glasgow, and sister into the sea to bathe on the evening of the 18th to the late Admiral Viscount Lord Duncan. July, when unfortunately a shark got hold of him, At London, Daniel Lovell, Esq. proprietor and tore all the flesh of his left thigh, in conse and editor of the Statesman Newspaper. quence of which he died in a few minutes thereafter. 28. At Carron-bank, Dumfries-shire, Mr John
Nov. 13. At his house in Red Lion square, Lon Gracif. don, after a long and painful illness, George San -.At Edinburgh, William Scott, teacher of deman, M.D. in the 72d year of his age.
dancing. - 18. At Trinity estate, St Mary's, Jamaica, Mr - At Haddington, Mr James Grieve, young Charles Oman, eldest son of Mr Charles Oman, nan of promising abilities, and of a mild and amiaWest Register-tsreet, Edinburgh.
ble disposition. 19. Suddenly at his house in Crail, Mr James At Glasgow, Elizabeth, daughter of the deM‘Nin, school-master, aged 69, the benefit of whose ceased George Buchanan, Jun. Esq. late one of the superior talents has long been experienced in Crail, magistrates of Glasgow. where he has taught the principal school for forty 29. At his country seat, near Paris, in the 32d years. 25. At his seat in Union, South Carolina, George
year of his age, Adrian Hope, Esq. second son of
the late John Hope, Esq. of Hartley-street, formerly P. B. Hasell, Esq. M.D.
of Amsterdam. 29. At Paris, Mr Hayter. This reverend and 30. At Raeburn-place, Edinburgh, Neil, thiru learned gentlemen died suddenly. He had been at son of Mr Alexander Somerville. church in the afternoon, and returned home quite 31. At Corstorphine, Mr Thomas Cuddie, postas well as usual; he went to bed, was seized with master there. apoplexy, and expired almost instantly. He had Jan. 1. At Kildblaan, in the parish of Southenil, been employed by the Prince Regent for many years in unrolling and deciphering the manuscripts
Argyleshire, Grace Watson, at the advanced age of
103 years. She was only once married, and was the found at Herculaneum. For this purpose he went mother of 13 children. to Naples in the year 1800, and remained many At Edinburgh, John Brown, Esq. of Pratyears in Italy. He was an excellent Greek scholar, house, W. S. and the manner in which he supplied the parts of - At Dumfries, at an advanced age, William words, or sentences, that were totally destroyed in Martin, Esq. of Highlaw. the manuscripts, was very ingenious, and evinced 2. At Bath, Dame Sarah Gordon, relict of the late great skill and ability.
Sir William Gordon of Embo, Bart. Dec. 8. At Stanwix, near Carlisle, aged 83, Mary, - At his house, 42, George's-square, James Home the wife of Mr Jolm Carruthers. This woman of Linhouse, Esq. W.S.