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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and Reeve & Leigh, Manchester and London, ware- Spall, G. London, coach-maker housemen

31st July 1817, extracted from the London Gazette. Addington, J. Chesterfield, draper

Farrell, C. Gosport, linen-draper Allen, B. Liecester, fancy-trimming manufacturer Graham, J. Lambeth, rope-maker Abrahams, M. London, merchant

Gregory, J. Blackwall, butcher Astell, J. Leicester, butcher and mealman

Greenwood, J. Woodhouse, York, timber merchant Barker, S. Sheffield, cordwainer

Gill, H. R. Kenning-on-Cross, Surrey, coal-inerBarker, J. Sheffield, cordwainer

chant Bath, R. Commercial Road, Middlesex, rope-maker Griffiths,

W. Beaumaris, currier Beoran, L. C. Clifton, Gloucester, baker

Green, W. London, under-writer Benson, M. Guisborough, York, brewer

Harrison, J. Hesket, Cumberland, clerk Blackley, H. Sheldwick, Kent, grocer

Herbert, J. London, warehouseman Bleads, J. Chester, umbrella-maker

Hannaford, E. Plymouth, master-mariner Bone, H. North Shields, ship-owner

Hill, W. Birmingham, button-maker Brevitt, W. Darlaston, Stafford, butcher

Hollands, J. Westminster, builder Burgess, G. Manchester, woollen-draper

Hix, J. Godmanchester, draper Burn, J. Lothbury, London, merchant

Hay, N. London, merchant Brundred, B. Stockton, roller-maker

Hoseason, W. Jamaica, merchant Busst, J. Aston, near Birmingham, gun-barrel Jackson, T. Wath-upon-Dearne, York, grocer maker

Johnston, J. London, cheesemonger Biddle, J. Birmingham, factor

Jackson, W. Hanley, Stafford, druggist Coupland, J. Bristol, dealer

Jackson, G. jun. London, surgeon Cox, G. M. London, toyman

Kershaw, T. w. Southwark, linen-draper Chalk, W. New Sarum, baker

Knight, J. Castle Cary, Somerset, surgeon Clark, J. Tring, Hertford, baker

Lazarus, J. London, watchmaker Coppard, J. Midhurst, Sussex, baker

Leader, B. Bristol, earthenware dealer Curry, T. North Shields, ship-owner

Lobato, E. A. P. London, merchant Cole, J. Plymouth, rope-maker

Lynch, P. Liverpool, woollen-draper Davis, W. Birmingham, brass-founder

Lee, W. Rotherhithe, ship-chandler Davies, J. Shrewsbury, flax-spinner

May, W. Spittalfields, Middlesex, bombazeen weaver Deacon, B. Red Lion Square, Middlesex, earthen- Matthews, J. Penzance, sail-maker wareman

Mann, R. & T. Liverpool, iron-hoop-makers Druitt, G. R. Winchester, linen-draper

Murrell, W. London, broker Elliott, G. Woodchurch, Kent, butcher

Mansel, T. Pembroke, apothecary Elston, G. South Shields, ship-owner

Marriott, G. Melton Mowbray, hörse-dealer
Eccles, T. Penkridge, Stafford, grocer

Nicholls, R. Bath, butcher
Edleston, J. Billinge, Lancaster, corn-dealer Nunn, R. Preston, boot and shoemaker
Elliot, C. sen. Kirkandrews-upon-Eden, wood- Nice, T. London, linen-draper
monger

Plant, R. Sunning, Berks, cattle-dealer
Entwisle, J. P. London, commission-agent

Plant, B. Birmingham, gun-barrel-maker Fleming, T. Liverpool, merchant

Prole, w. Georgeham, Devon, yeoman Fox, E. Saint George, Gloucester, horse-dealer Philips, D. London, stationer Fossett, M. H. Cooper, and E. Howard, Tun- Papps, G. Bristol, hosier bridge, Kent and London, gunpowder manu- Parker, C. W. Halifax, merchant facturers

Pardow, G. Coughton, Warwick, needle-maker Fawell, T. St Lukes, Middlesex, apothecary Roper, T. Northallerton, York, hardwareman Fennel, T. & W. Benstead, jup. London and Brus- Ravenscroft, H. London, peruke-maker sels, merchants

Rees, W. Bristol, ship-owner

Slipper, J. Crostwick, Norfolk Sandmark, A. London, merchant

Tidswell, T. Stockton-upon-Trent, baker Scotland, R. South Shields, ship-owner

Thornbury, N., and E. Teylor, Stroud, Glouces. Sampson, J. D. Ipswich, silk mercer

ter, clothiers Smith, T. P. Bristol, whalebone brush-manufac- Taylor, J. Ottery St Mary, Devon, smith turer

Wallace, W. Workington, ship-carpenter Smith, E. Derby, bleacher

Whitney, T. & H. Macclesfield, cotton-spinners Sherwin, J. Burslem, Stafford, iron-founder

Wilkie, C. & J. London, yeast merchants Sparkes, C. L. Southbersted, shop-keeper

White, T. North shields, merchant Smith, T. Wilsden, Yorkshire, dealer in wood Whittington, W. Handsworth, Statford, farmer Scrubsole, S. Liverpool, merchant

Wint, H. De, Stone, Stafford, surgeon Sizer, G. Holborn Hill, London, mercer

Wilson, J. Hanley Stafford, potter Stone, W. Milverton, scrivener

Weldon, J. London, warehouseman

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and

31st July 1817, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Brown & Niven, Edinburgh, hatters and hosiers and cattle-dealer; by John M'Clure, builder, Byars, J. Forfar, spirit-dealer

Crosshill, 21st August Hay, J. Delchirach, Banffshire, merchant

Gray, David, Kincardine, ship-builder; by James M•Allaster & Duncan, Glasgow, merchants

Turcan, ship-owner there, 15th August Monteith, Duncan, & Co. Glasgow, grocers Gray, George, Peterhead, merchant; by George M'Lellan, J. Castle Douglas, merchant

Yeats, advocate in Aberdeen, 17th August M'Clure, W. Kirkcudbright, merchant

Hutcheon, Alex. and Charles Nicol, Glasgow, merRussell, D. Durie Foundery, Fifeshire, founder chants; by John M'Gavin there, 22d August Rutherford, J. jun. Kelso, merchant-tailor

Lerro, Geo. Edinburgh, jeweller; by John Graham, Scott, W. Falkirk, merchant

jeweller there, 4th August Stevenson, C. Island of Islay, cattle-dealer

Macfadyen & Maccallum, Glasgow, merchants; Stewart, T. Leith and Glasgow, carrier

by P. Grierson, jeweller there, 6th August Thomson, A. Edinburgh, builder

Mackenzie, David, Peterhead, merchant; by Geo. White & Co. J. Glasgow, merchants

Yeats, advocate, Aberdeen, 17th August

M'Kellar, Duncan, Glasgow, merchant; by Mac DIVIDENDS.

pherson & M'Lachlan, writers there, 2d August

M Lachlan, D. & Co. Glasgow, hatters and hosiers; Calton Hill Foundery Company, Edinburgh; by by James Imbray, merchant there, 27th June

Wm Ford, Caledonian glass-work there, 13th Shannon, Stewart, & Co. Greenock, and Shannon, August

Livingston, & Co. Newfoundland; by John Dun. Crombie, John, Colinsburgh, merchant; by James lop, writer, Greenock, 10th August

Stevenson, merchant, Edinburgh, 16th August Sinclair, Alexander, Glasgow, vintner; by John
Christie, Alex. Aberdeen, merchant; by David Wright, Edinburgh, 11th August
Hutcheon, advocate there, 18th August

Smith, A. Ayr, writer, builder, and cattle-dealer : Dickie, Matthew, Pennyglen, near Maybole, grain by James Martin, writer there, 6th August

AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

THE almost daily showers which have fallen since the date of our last Report, and for some time before, and the present very unsettled weather, have placed the prospect of harvest at a much greater distance than we then delighted to contemplate ; and the more weighty crops are at last beginning to fall to the ground. After a careful examination of very recent Reports, from Correspondents in almost every county in Britain, we are led to believe that the produce of the present season, in wheat, barley, and oats, is likely to be at least equal to an average on all early soils where sound seed had been sown ; but that even in these favourable circumstances the harvest must now be late. It will be near the end of the month before reaping becomes general in the south of England ; and in Scotland, the approach of the crops towards maturity has been so slow for these three weeks, that there is reason to fear the ensuing harvest will be almost as late as the last. Yet a month of clear warm weather, after so much rain, would rapidly change the hue of our fields, and call forth thousands from the abodes of poverty and despondence to the healthy and ani. mating toils of autumn. Beans and pease will yield a scanty produce. The hay crop has not been so weighty as was once expected. Hops, and fruits of every kind, and the seeds of clovers, cannot be productive. Turnips are now suffering from too much rain ; and, for a month past, little progress has been made in cleaning and dressing fallows. Potatoes are said to promise a very abundant crop, and, fortunately, a larger quantity has been planted than in ordinary seasons. Of all our crops, this is perhaps the one to which we may look with the most gratifying anticipations for the relief of the lower classes.

The corn markets have continued to decline, though but slowly, since the middle of last month, for which no other cause can be assigned, than the great importations of Foreign grain ; the effect of which, in reducing our prices, is now no longer counteracted by our exports to France, where the new crop begins to come into consumption. Butcher meat, as usually happens in the summer months, has fallen ; ' and cattle for grazing, owing to the abundance of the pastures, are in demand, at a considerable advance of price ; yet

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AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN, FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of Oatmeal per Boll of 140 lbs Avoirdupois, from

the Officiul Returns received in the Week ending July 26, 1817.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES CONTINUED.
Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. Beans. Pease. Oatm.

Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. Beans. Pease. Oatm
d. 8. d. d. s. d. s d. s. d. s. d.

S. d. s. d.s. d. S. d. s. d. s. d. s.
Middlesex .. 921 56 033 5 32 245 247 41 0 0 Suffolk 96 51 0 0 35 732 439 847 0 0
Surrey

95 8:56 040 0 36 4 48 048 0 0 0 | Cambridge 87 9 0 0 30 8 23 1138 4 0 0 0
Hertiord.. 82 4:32 033 9 33 847 6146 9 0 0

Norfolk 101 8 0 0 38 8 31 3 34 6 35 4 0 0
Bedford 83 8,52 041 231 444 950 2 0 0 Lincoln 84 548 0 40 230 0.38 3 0 0 0 0
Huntingdon 88 il o 0 37 332 10 41 31 0 0 0 0 York

83 1:58 4 36 2 32 9.48 71 0 0/32 1
Northampt. 88 20 0146 024 3 25 6 0 0 0 0 Durham 78 9 G 0 60 0144 11 0 0 0 0 0
Ruiland .. 81 91 0 0 39 633 046 0 0 0 45 3 Northumb. 70 454 0 46 643 056 0.65 40 0
Leicester .. 90 8 0 045

4 55 056 0.36 11 Cumberland 68 972 059 2 44 5 0 0 0 0 37 6
Nottingham 94 674 048 0 38 055 10! 0 0 0 0 Westmorlnd| 79 1.68 051 2 43 8 0 0 0 0 29 2
Derby
40 0 47 037 4 50 056 0 38 7

Lancaster 86 90 00 042 · 8 61 0 0 0 33 4
Stafford. 100 2 0 0 43 10.41 3.63 8 000 0 Chester 76 10 0 0 0 0 35 20 01 0 0/33 8
Salop
97 2 522 34 8 45 5 0 0 0 0 620

Flint ..
85 5 0 057

4 o

0 0 이0 0 Hereford 101 4.64

056 1 36 152 1150 850 11 Denbeigh. 87 80 0.58 10 33 710 0 0 0 35 10
Worcester 93
20 0 47 10 34 1 44 90 0 0 0 Anglesea . . 67 0 0 0 60 0.36 00

O 0 0 0
Warwick 106 0 0 0 49 039 861 453 0 43 3 Carnarvon . 101 0 0 0 62 0 40 0 0 0 0 43 2
Wilts

83 80

0 40

6 35 8 64 8 0 0 0 0 Merioneth .105 10 0 0 58 641 80 0 0 46 1 Berks

91 1 0 035 0 31 4 46 450 6 0 0 Cardigan 112 9 0 056 024 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oxford.
99 6 0 0 43 033 656 061 0 0 0 Pembroke. 91 7 0 0 55 728 0 0

01 0 0
94 8 0 040 0 35 643 040 0 0 0 Carmarthen 110 8 0 0 60 027 100 0 0
Brecon . 109 10 76 869 440 00 0 0 053 1 Glamorgan 113 8 0 0161 4.38 0 0 0 0
Montgomry 104

0 0
0 52
9 34 11 0 0 0 0 44 7

Gloucester 11 4 0 0 46 336 0 56
Radnor. 96 2.0 053 4/36 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 Somerset ..117 0 0 0 40 8 0 0 0

0 OLO

Monmouth 107 1 0 0144 10 0 0 0 0 0 O 0
MARITIME COUNTIES.

Devon...

117 4 0 058 3 34 4 0 0 0 0 0
73 648 0 32 6)28 648 0136 0 0 0 Cornwall 97 80 0154 434 50 0 0 0 0
95 4 0 0 39 4 33 10 44 0 51 01 0 0

Dorset.
106 0 0 0 47 534 056

0 0 0 0
Sussex.. 104 2 0 o o 0.36 0 50 0 0 이 0 0 Hants 91 8 0 0 39 0 30 549 81 0

All England and Wales:
Wheat, 94s. 4d.-Rye, 59s. 4d.-Barley, 47s. ld.-Oats, 35s. 3d.-Beans, 48s., 8d.Pease, 19s. 11d.

Oatmeal, 42s. 10d.-Beer or Big, Os. Od.
Average Prices of Corn, per quarter, of the Twelve Maritime Districts, for the Week

ending July 19.
Wheat, 99s. 2d.-Rye, 61s. 1d.-Barley, 50s. 20.-Oats, 37s. 3d.mBeans, 49s. Od. Pease, 49s. 6d.

Average of Scotland for the Four Weeks immediately preceding 15th July.
Wheat, 76s. 9d.-Rye, 69s. d.-Barley, 50s. 3d._Oats, 45s. 5d.-Beans, 64s. 10d.-Pease, 64s. 9d. -Oatmeal, 76s. 5d.

Beer or Big, 46s. 24.

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Whaat.
Ist,......46s. 6d. 1st....... 40s. Od.

3d, ......346. Od.
2d, ......40s. Od.
1st,......474. Od.
Wheat.

Barley.

3d,...... Os. Od.

2d, ...... Os. Od. Note.-The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent more than half a

Barley.

1st,...... Os. Od. or 4 Winchester bushels ; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.

Average of wheat, £1:15:9: 11-12ths. 3d, ......28s. Od. j 3d, ...... Os. Od. 3d, ......28s. Od. 3d, ......28s. Od. | 3d,.....279. Od. 2d, ......3ds. Od. 22, ...... Os. Od. 22, ......348. Od. 2d, ......33s. Od. 2........30s. Od.

Oats.
HADDINGTON.AUGUST 8.
Average of wheat, £1:19:7, per boli.
EDINBURGH.AUGUST 6.

3d, ...... 28s. Od.
2d, ......32s. Od.
1st,...... 36s. Od.

Oats.
1st,......386. Od. 1st,......375. Od. 1st, .....338. Od.

Pease.

3d, ......27s. Od.
2d, ......30s. Od.
1st,......32s. 6d.
Pease & Beans.

quarter, Beans.

1817.) moderately good lamb about 18d. per quarter. tern loaf 14d.-new potatoes 18d. per peck, -beef and mutton 5d. to 7d. per lb.--and market, on the 5th instant, oatmeal was 48. per stone of 174 lb. avoirdupois.--the quarin every other line have full employment, though their wages are still low. In Edinburgh of the revival of our staple manufacture ; and happily, it is now certain, that the operatives gone off freely, at more money than it brought last year, which is one of the best proofs lambs in our northern markets have been sold much below the rates of last year. Wool has Register..Agricultural Report.

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London Maricets continued. Wheat, per qr. s.

3. Beans, old Select samples 104 to 106 per quarter 58 to 62

New Rapeseed, per last, £30 £32, to £36.--Linseed -White runs. 55 to 100 --Tick

38 to 2

Oil-Cake, at the mill, £10, 10s. per thousand.Red ditto .. 50 to 95-Old

48 to 56

Rape-Cake, £9 to £10. Rye

40 to 54 Pease, boiling 40 to 45 Barley English 28 to 15 -Gray

42 to 18 Malt 60 to 86 Brank

40 to 55 Oats, Feed (new) 17 to 34 Flour, per sack O to so

Liverpool, August 9.
-Fine. 35 to 39-Second 75 to 35
-Poland (new) 17 to 37-Scotch

70 to 80
Wheat,

S. d.

s. d. Rapeseed, p. 1. £38 to £40 -Fine. 38 to 11 Pollard, per qr. 22 to 28

per 70 libs.

Flaxseed, p. hd. - Potato (new) 37 to 45-Second 14 to 18 English. 8 0 to 13 0 sowing

£0, Os. -Old 0 to O Bran

8 to 10
New 0 0 to 0 0 Beans, p. gr. s. d.

$. d. -Foreign ... 17 to 41

Scotch 0 0 to 00 English 45 0 to 65 0 Beans, pigeon. 40 to 18 Quart. loaf, 15 d.

Wcish .00 to 0 0 Foreign 0 0 to 00
Irish
6 0 to 7 6 Irish

0 0 to 0 0 Seeds, GC.--August 4.

Dantzic 12 0 to 13 o Peas, per quar. Mustard, brown, so s. Hempseed, new , Wismar 10 6 to 11 0 -- Boiling : 50 0 to 60 O Old, per bush. 14 to 18

per quar. 96 to105

American . 12 6 to 13 0 Rice, p.cwt. 30 0 to 34 0 -New ditto. 10 to 16 Cinquefuil . 28 to 35 Barley, per 60 libs.

Flour English, Old White . 8 to 10 Rye-grass(Pacey)28 to 34 English 5 0 to 70 p. 280 lb. line 0 0 to 0 0 New ditto 5 to 8-Common 10 to 25 Scotch 5 0 to 6 6 --- Seconds 0 0 to 0 0 Tares 8 to 10 Clover, English,

Irish

5 0 to 6 O Irish,p. 210bl. 0 0 to 0 0 Turniy, green

-Red, per cwt. 42 to 98 Malt p. 9 gls. 12 0 to 13 6 Ameri. p. bl. 48 0 to 50 O round 14 to 16 -White 42 to 95 | Rye, per qr. 35 0 to 40 0 - Sour do. 38 0 to 40 0 White 10 to 11-For. red 40 to 92 Oats per 45 lb.

Clover, p. bush. Red

12 to 15 -White 40 to 90 Eng. potato 4 6 to 5 01- White 0 0 to 0 0 Swedish wh. 0 to 0 Trefoil

6 to 27 -common 4 0 to 40 Red .. 0 0 to 0 0 yellow 0 to 0Rib grass

12 to 40 Irish potato 4 3 to 5 0 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Canary, per qr. 75 to 80 Carraway(Eng.) 48 to 60 common 4 0 to 4 9 English 46 0 to 48 O -New

45 to 56 -Foreign 45 to 54 Welsh potato 0 0 to 0 0 Scotch 0 0 to 0 0 Heinpseed 115 to 126 Coriander 8 to 14 | Foreign 4 0 to 4 6 Irish 0 0 to 0 0

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

THE remarks made in our last number on the month of June, are in many respects applicable to the month of July. In point of temperature, as weil as moisture, there is a striking similarity between July 1816 and July 1817, The mean height of the Thermometer, during the former, was 55.6, and during the latter 56 nearly-the quantity of rain in the first, 3.8 inches, in the last, 3.2. But the most striking fact in the Meteorological history of the two seasons, and what may perhaps surprise some of our readers, is the comparative quantities of rain that fell during the three months of May, June, and July, taken collectively. The quantity in 1816 amounted to 7.7 inches, but in 1817 it is 10.6.. It is at the same time an obvious fact, that vegetation has made much more rapid progress this season than it did last; but it is a fact for which it would perhaps be difficult to account, unless it be supposed that the unusually high temperature of the spring months raised the temperature of the ground so much as to influence the vegetation of the

succeed. ing months. This appears to us a very important point, and one which we apprehend might easily be determined by keeping a regular register of a Thermometer, sunk two or three feet below the surface of the ground.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,
Extracted from the

Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from
Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

JULY 1817.
Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat,

62.935
Greatest heat,
25th day,

66.500 cold,

49.226
Greatest cold, 20th,

44.000 temperature, 10 A. M.

58.226
Highest, 10 A. M. 1st,

64.000
.. 10 P. M.
53.425 Lowest ditto, 15th,

53.000 of daily extremes,

56.080

3d, Highest, 10 P. M.

58.000 10 A. M. and 10'P. M. 55.830 Lowest ditto 19th,

49.000 4 daily observations,

55.955
BAROMETER.
Inches.
BAROMETER.

Inches Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 60) 29.574 Highest, 10 A. M.

24th,

29.885 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 59) 29.590

Lowest ditto,

2d,

29.185 . both, (temp. of mer. 60) 29.582 Highest, 10 P. M.

23d,

29.950 Lowest ditto,

1st,

29.200 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S.) Degrees. Mean of 10 A. M.

23.774

HYGROMETER. Degrees. .... 10 P. M.

9.839 Highest, 10 A. M.

19th,

40.000 both, 16.806 Lowest ditto,

2d,

6.000 Rain in inches,

3.200 Highest, 10 P. M.

24th,

25.000 Evaporation in ditto,

2.235 Lowest ditto,

1st,

2.000 Fair days 13; rainy days 18. Wind West of meridian, including North, 18; East of meridian,

including South, 13.

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill. N. B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at eight o'clock in the morning, and eight o'clock

in the evening.

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July 17{

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23

W.

.392 M.58 N.W.

8

24.

M.62 23. 134 M.65

Warm fore.

Cble. 106'E. 61

rain even.
M.52 28.96 M.38

E. Rain.
M.55 .425 M.59
3

N.W. Fair.
E. 57

.525 E. 62
M.54 .480 M.59
4

E.
E. 52

Fair.
.431 E. 59 S
M.55 .326 M.38

Showerswith
5

E.
E. 54 .326 E. 59

thunder.
M.61
6
.326 M.63

W.

Fair.
E. 60

.291 E. 65
M.50
7
.310 M.64

Cble. Fair.
E. 54 .366E. 625
SM.53

Fair, cold
E. 53
.498 E. 58

wind.
M.57
9

.579 M.CO
E. 55 .599 E. 59

Cble. Cloudy, with

some rain.
10
M.56 .578 M.58

Cble. Fair.
E. 51 .570 E. 60
214

M.52 .578 M.57
E. 53

s. E. Cloudy.
.671 E. 56
.671 M.58

E.
E. 56 .660 E. 60

Cloudy.
M.60
13
.635 M.64

Fair fore.

E.
E.55 .462E. 60

rain after.
141

M.53 .356 M.58
E.54

s. Showers.
.249 E. 58
.197 M.58 ]

E.
E. 51 .331 E. 58

Cloudy.
16

M.53 ,455 M.58
E. 56.538.E.58

N. E. Fair.

M.54 29.558 M.587
E. 55

N. W. Fair.
.558 E. 55 )
M.52
18

.578 M.59 N. w. Cloudy, with E. 56 .666 E, 60) showers.

M.54 19

.666 M.60
E, 55

Fair.
M.59

.636 M.64
E. 58 .526 E. 62)

Cble. Fair.
M.60 .408 M.631
E. 58 .199 E. 63

S. W. Showers, 22.

M.59 .282 M.62
E. 58 .453 E. 63

S. W. Showers.
M.58 .690 M.63
E. 60 .828 E. 65 )

Fair
M.55

.705 M.63 l
E. 58

E. .653 7.63

Fair. .427 M.61] Fair foren. E. 58 .538 E. 63

rain aftern. M.56 26 .269 M.601

Cloudy, with E. 56

.129 E. 61 S showers.
M.57
27
.128 M.62 Cloudy, with

W.
E, 53

.163 E. 60) showers. 28

M.55
E. 52 .428 E. 56)

Rain.
29

M.55

E.54 .475 E. 59
30

M.53
E. 54

Rain.
.541 E. 60 S
M.53
31

.280 M.59
E.54 .340 E. 59

Showers. Rain 1.72 in.

25 M.58

s. W.

W.

12 1.54

.242 M.61w.
.511 M.60 N. W.Showers.
418 M.59w.

25 SM.51

w.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS.

_8. At Kilbagie, Mrs Stein, a daughter.May 7. Mrs Hamilton, St Andrew's Mrs Grey of Millfield-hill, a son.-10. At Square, Edinburgh, a daughter.-22. At Wauchope, Roxburghshire, Mrs Scott of St Helena, Mrs Vernon, wife of the Rev. Wauchope, a son.-21. At Dysart, Mrs B. J. Vernon, a daughter.-27. Mrs Bell, John Barclay, a son. 23. At Powfoulis, 32, St Andrew's Square, Edinburgh, a Stirlingshire, the lady of James Bruce, Esq. daughter.-28. At Stranraer, Mrs Ross, a daughter.Mrs Macknight, London, spouse to Captain Ross of his Majesty's ship street, Edinburgh, a son.-25 Mrs Lyon, the Driver, a daughter.

Forth-street, Edinburgh, a daughter.--At June 1. Mrs Guild, Dundas Street, Edin- Glasgow, Mrs William Copland, a son..--At burgh, a son.-3. Mrs John Gibson, Dun- Perth, the lady of James Nairne, Esq. of das Street, Edinburgh, a daughter.-5. Mrs Dunsinnan, a son.27. The lady of the Beveridge, North St James's Street, Edin- Hon. Lord Cringletie, a son. burgh, a son.-8. At Kemback-house, Mrs Lately--At Clifton, the lady of the late Macgill, a daughter.—22. At Upper Pol- William Chisholm of Chisholm, Esq. a lock-house, Mrs Forlong, jun. a daughter. daughter.--At Wootton-hill, the lady of

-23. Mrs Colonel Munro, George's-square, the Hon. and Rev. T. L. Dundas, a daughEdinburgh, a daughter.-26. At Irvine, ter.-In Brunswick-square, London, the Mrs Hair, a son.-30. At Geneva, the lady of Robert Gillespie, Esq. of Montreal, Countess of Minto, a son.

a daughter. July 5. At Gordon-hall, the lady of Sir James A. Gordon, K. C. B. royal navy, a daughter.-6. At Blandeques, in France, the lady of Lieut.-Col. Cameron, 79th regt. a January 27. At Madras, Captain John daughter.-7. At Perth, the lady of Capt. Mayne, of the Hon. Company's ship BataJames Ross, of the Carmarthen, a daughter. via, to Mrs T. E. White, widow of Captain

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