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Early, H. and T. Minories, wholesale slopsellers. Jenning, J. Leicester, soap-boiler. Edmeads, R. T. Atkins and G. Tyrrell, Maid. Johnson, G. and H. H. New bond-street, seal and stone, bankers.
copper-plate engravers. Edwards, C. Cambridge, money-scrivener.
Jupp, E. Camden-town, builder, Edwards, J. Thames-bank, ironfounder.
Kay, T. Hulme, Manchester, shopkeeper. Elford, Sir W. Bart., J. Tincomb, and J. W. Keilly, J. St James's-street, milliner. Clarke, Plymouth, bankers.
Kenworthy, R. and J. Bunnell, Liverpool, mer. Elgar, W. Castle-street, Holborn, coal-merchant. chants. Elliott, T. Nottingham, cabinet-maker.
King, W. Upper Park-place, Regent's-park, carEtheredge, P. B. Norwich, manufacturer.
penter and builder. Fatley, B. Manor-street, Chelsea, bricklayer. Kirk, E. Manchester, cotton-spinner. Fell, H. Grocer's-hall-court, merchant.
Knife, J. jun. Harp-alley, broker. Fenn, S. Bell-street, Edgeware-road, corn-dealer. Knight, É. and J. Wilkinson, Great Haston, Field, J. Lambeth-road, victualler.
York, worsted-spinners. Fiestal, A. Great Surrey-street, Blackfriars-road, Knight, A. Maldon, and of South Minster, Essex, merchant.
tailor. Finden, J. Upper John-street, Fitzroy-square, ar Know, J. and J. W. Bent Mills, near Wilsden, chitect.
York, cotton-spinners. Fisher, J. Taunton, Somerset, draper and tea Knowden, D. Store-street, draper. dealer.
Knowles, L. L. Knowles, jun., and S. H. Knowles, Fisher, R. Low Heskett, Cumberland, draper. Gomersall, York, merchants. Fibley, S. Harlesdon-green, Harrow-road, brick Lake, J. Broad-street, Golden-square, tailor. layer.
Lancefield, J. Littlebourne, builder. Flint, T. Burlington-arcade, bookseller.
Langford, T. T. Lamb's Conduit-street, china and Ford, W. Exeter, nurseryman.
glassman. Fowler, M. Birmingham, grocer.
Lawson, T. Manchester, cotton-spinner. Franklin, R. Wilmot-street, Brunswick-square, Lee, W. Charing-cross, hosier. tailor.
Leonard, R. Cheapside, warehouseman. Franklin, J. Chatham, stage-coach master. Levy, J. Church-street, Minories, silversmith. Fruer, S. Upper Fountain-place, City-road, Lewis, D. Lampeter, Pontstephen, Cardigan, innbuilder.
keeper. Fulljames, A. V. Judd-street, linen-draper.. Lewis, J. Langibby, Monmouth, dealer. Garbutt, G. Bishopwearmouth, Durham, book Lewis, R. Newport, Monmouth, tallow-chandler. seller.
Lewis, J. and M. Ecroyd, Haggate, Lancashire, Garlick, T. Fleet-market, undertaker.
cotton-spinners. Gardner, J. jun. Swallwell, Durham, victualler. Lingham, T. Tower-hill, wine-merchant. Gay, J. Quadrant, Reg. nt-strcet, engraver. Lintott, W. Leadenhall-market, butcher. Giberne, Ann and Sophia, New Bond-street, mil Lund, J. Dotton, Lancaster, siwer and factor. liners.
Maltby, T. and H. Buckland, Gutter-lane, lace Gibbon, A. W. F. and R. Old City-chambers, merchant. merchants.
Mansfield, W. sen., Bristol, baker. Gilbert, C. S. Devonport, chemist.
Maidlow, J. Portland-town, Regent's-park, buildGiles, W. Heston, dealer. Godden, W. Portsca, carpenter.
M'Crum, J. and E. Ainsworth, Liverpool, comGoodyear, T. Aldersgate-street, straw-hat manu mon brewer. facturer.
M'Guekin, H. Upper St Martin's-lane, wine-merGraham, J. jun. Brigham, Cumberland, inn chant. keeper.
M‘Murdie, W. and W. C. Pout, Epping, stationGreen, S. Kingsland, plumber. Green, T. Ledbury, Hereford, corn-dealer. Mash, J. Bordesley, glass-cutter. Gregory, J. Frome. Selwood, Somerset, rope Massey, P. Bristol, hooper. maker.
Masters, W. Duke-street, Aldgate, woollen-dra. Gregory, T. Ealing, bookseller.
per. Gregory, T. B. Drummond-street, Euston-square, Meazies, J. Charles-street, Manchester-square, painter and glazier.
tailor Grosvenor, W. L. sen. E. Chatter, W. L. Grosve Miller, W. Lower Thames-street, warehouseman, nor, jun. and C. Rutt, Cornhill, stationers.
Milligan, T. Hanway-street, haberdasher. Gye, J. Walbrok, wholesale-stationer.
Milnes, J. St Katharine’s-wharf, Tower, wharfinGye, H. Bath, stationer.
ger. Habgood, w. St John Street, Clerkenwell, grocer. Millward, J. and J. G. Lynch, Upper ThamesHansell, J. Clare-street, linen-draper.
street, dealers and chapmen. Harding, R. Chapel-street, Somers-town, timber Mizen, J. Southwraxall, Wilts, baker. merchant.
Moberley, W. Old Broad-strect, merchant. Harker, J. C. Old Bond-street, jeweller.
Monks, T. Upper Clapton, bleacher. Harpham, R. J. Nottingham, hosier.
Morland, H. Dean-street, Soho, wine-merchant. Harris, G. W. and C. Evans, Southampton, linen Morris, R. and W. T. Tower-street, wine-merdraper.
chant. Harris, J. Norwich, bombasin-dresser.
Morris, D. F. Robinson, and E. Watson, LiverHarrison, T. Fleet-market, victualler.
pool, tar and turpentine-distillers. Harrop, T. Manchester, merchant.
Morris, J. jun. Oxford-street, wine-merchant. Harwood, W. G., Crown-street, Soho, grocer, Morice, o. and W. L. Lohr, Norwich, and MilkHickman, E. Lombard-street, bill-broker.
street, manufacturers. Higgins, P. Nottingham, baker. Higgs, N. Duke's-row, Pimlico, brewer.
Morton, A. A. Rodick, C. Morton and E. L. RoHiggs, N. and R. Hobbs, Duke's-row, Pimlico,
dick, Wellingborough, Northampton, bankers.
Munday, T. Great Marlborough-street, cheesebrewers. Hobbs, R. Duke's-row, Pimlico, brewer.
Murgatroyd, J. Halifax, dealer. Honeybourne, J. Portsea, builder.
Murray, C. Bath, hardwareman. Hooton, R. and W. Wilkes, Birmingham, ironfounders.
Newnham, H. P. Tower-hill, flour-dealer.
Newton, J. Trowbridge, Wilts, chair-maker. Hope, T. Lawrence-lane, merchant.
Nias, B. M. Berner's-street, upholsterer.
Nicholas, J. and J. jun., Leatherhead, commor..
brewers. Horn, J. Liverpool, block and pump-maker. Houghton, J. and S. Trueman, Radford, Not
Norris, S. Cobham-row. Coldbath-fields, brewer. tingham, machine-makers and lace-manufac.
Nutting, J. High Holborn, umbrella-manufactuturers. Hughes, W. Mill-wall, Poplar, shipbuilder.
Ochsenbein, H. Regent-street, silk-mercer. Hughes, G. Bodedwin, Anglesea, shopkeeper.
Olivant, J. and w. Cooper, Queen-street, Cheap
side, warehousemen. Humphreys, J. Harlow, builder. Hy art, JBristol, carpenter.
Oliver, W. Hamilton-place, Battle-bridge, builder. Jackson, J. Hammersmith, shopkeeper.
Oliver, J. M. Bishopgate-street, shoemaker. Jackson, J. H. Ritson, Derbyshire, ropemaker.
Ordayno, G. Nottingham, carriage-maker. Jarrit, G. Bath, hatter.
Orme, R. Burton-upon-Trent, draper.
Orton, S. Atherstone, woolstapler.
Osborn, G. gen. R. Howes, C. Smith, and G. Os Smith, F. Catherine-street, Strand, oilman. born, fun. Northampton, bankers.
Smyrk, T. and J. Hope, Manchester, calenderer. Pagan, J. Norwich, draper.
Sotheby, S. Wellington-street, Strand, auctioneer. Parker, J. and J. Manchester, cotton-manufactu Stephens, S. St Michael's-alley, Cornhill, coffee
house-keeper. Parminter, G. Earl-street, Blackfriars, coal
mer Stevens, J. Regent-street, bootmaker. chant.
Stewart, R. S. Preston-upon-Wye, miller. Parr, J. Nottingham, victualler.
Stewart, W. Pall-mall, commercial agent. Patterson, W. and W. Elliott, Bashinghall-street, Stockey, R. and J. Nicholas, Upper Thamesmerchants.
street, coal-merchants. Peacock, J. Blackfriars-road, grocer.
Stokes, J. Bristol, milliner. Peacock, J. Watford, stationer.
Stratton, H. Stratford, wine-merchant. Pearman, W.Euston-street, music-seller.
Swain, T. South Collingham, miller. Pearce, J. Church-passage, Guildhall, warehouse Sweet, A. Bitton, coal-dealer.
Sykes, L. and T. Bury, Bucklersbury, warehousePeace, J. Silkstone, York, fancy-cloth manufac men. turer.
Symonds, W. Stow-market, miller. Perkins, T. Manchester, cotton-spinner.
Tatton, T. Gerrarıl-street, grocer. Perkins, R. Egham, carpenter.
Tayler, J. Manchester, machine-maker. Phillips, T. and J. Fenchurch-street, boot and Theobalds, J. Cambridge, carpenter and builder. shoemakers.
Thomson, L. Birmingham, bookseller.
Thornwaite, W. C. W. Ryland, and J. Wills, Piermont, M. Strand, victualler.
Fleet street, ironmongers. Pinnix, R. Emsworth, sheepsalesman.
Thorp, W. Great Carlisle-street, Lisson-grove, Pitter, J. Cheltenham, grocer.
builder. Pollard, J. Penton-row, Walworth, umbrella-ma Todd, C. Upper Lisson-street, coal-merchant. ker.
Tovey, W. and G. Jeapes, Peckham, builders. Pott, W. Union-street, Southwark, victualler. Towerson, T. Todholes, Cumberland, miller. Powell, J. Southampton-buildings, Holborn, tai Toovey, Watford, Herts, corn-dealer. lor.
Till, c. Taunton, linen-draper. Priddy, T. Uxbridge, victualler.
Tinsley, W. Arnold, Nottingham, blacksmith. Prido ix, W. J. Square, and W. Prideaux, jun., Trott, T. Hoxton, builder. King's-bridge, Devon, bankers.
Triggs, H. Solicitor's-row, Hampstead-road, copPritchard, J.and J.Burton, Yewsley, brick makers. perplate-printer. Purchas, T. Old Bond-street, wine-merchant. Turner, R. London-road, blacking-maker. Rally, N. di T. Suffolk-lane, merchant.
Turner, W. Cheapside, printer, dealer, and chapKawlings, R. Castle-street, Leicester-square, man. jeweller.
Tucker, E. Middleton-street, Clerkenwell, quillRatcliffe, A. East Stonehouse, Devon, spirit-mer. merchant. chant.
Varley, T. Staningley, and Calverley, York, clothRedpath, C. J. Deptford, ironmonger.
manufacturer. Reid, R. High-street, Mary-la-bone, upholsterer. Wait, G. T. Old-street, linen-draper. Reynolds, W. Liverpool, cotton-broker.
Walsh, T. Preston, grocer. Richards, G. St Martin's-lane, watch-dealer. Walker, J. Kennington-Common, schoolmaster. Ridley, W. Castle-street, Holborn, carpet-dealer. Watts, G. Nottingham, frame-smith. Rigg, T. B. Chelsea, commission-agent.
Watson, T. W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant. Roebuck, J. Huddersfield, wholesale-grocer. Webb, W. Salisbury-street, wine and brandy merRoberts, Sir W. Whitecombe, Rawleigh, Devon,
Wehnert, H. Leicester-square, tailor. Roby, T. Tamworth, tanner.
Wells, J. and W. Onyon, Bishopgate street-withRockley, J. Thatched-house-court, St James's, out, woollen drapers. upholder.
West, J. and R. Doren, Golden-square, tailors. Rowbotham, Macclesfield, silk-manufacturer. Weston, W. Clarendon-street, Somers Town, Rownson, J. Mincing-lane, merehant.
builder. Rumboll, F. H. Walcott, coach-maker.
White, J. Isleworth, schoolmaster. Sapio, L. B. Alpha-cottage, Regent's park, mu. Whitford, S. St Philip and Jacob, Gloucester, sic,seller.
victualler. Savery, F. Bristol, insurance-broker.
Wilkie, A. Duke-street, Portland-place, upholScott, C. Constantine, Cornwall, scrivener.
sterer. Scmidt, J. Sallcourt, Cornhill, bill-broker.
Wilson, J. King-street, merchant. Seagrove, W. Portsea, draper.
Wilson, G. Constitution-row, Gray's-inn-road, Seward, R. Newnham, Gloucester, coalmaster. corn-dealer. Semers, c. Liverpool, broker.
Wilson, J. Leeds, dealer. Shaw, J. Gower-street, and of Herne-place, Dul Wlliams,s. Finsbury-sbuare, merchant. wich, coal-merchant.
Willmott, R. S. Paddington-street, builder. Shaw, D. Upper Seymour-street, Mary-la-bone,
Williams, W. and W. Scott, Broad-court, wine baker.
and spirit merchants. Shaw, A. Delph, York, grocer.
Winter, G. Bucklersbury, merchant. Shea, H. Dowgate-hill, merchant.
Wise, W. Piccadily, picture-dealer. Sheppard, J. Frome Selwood, Somerset, clothier, Woods, J. and H. Williams, Hastings. Shew, J. Theobald's-road, broker.
Worley, J. Fish-strect-hill, wine and spirit-merSidwell, S. Shepton-Mallett, innholder.
chant. Shorbrock, J. Over Darwen, Lancaster, grocer. Wright, G. Birmingham, merchant. Smith, J. Bristol, cabinet-maker.
Wright, H. Eccleston-street, Pimlico, merchant. Smith, W. Broad-street, Ratcliff, plumber. Young, B. Camberwell, New-road. Smith, W. and T. Richards, Manchester, tailor. Wooster, J. K. Middle-row, straw-hat manufacSmith, C. S. Bishopgate-street, diaper.
turer. Smith, J. 0. High-street, Borough, draper. Yorston, G. Tottenham Court-Road, cheeseSmith, J. sen. and J. Smith, jun., Cateaton monger.
strect, warehouseman. ALPHABETICAL List of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st of Novem.
ber and 31st December, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Adam, Robert, grocer, grain and spirit dealer in Forrester, David, and Buchanan, James Burn, Paisley.
distillers and maltsters at Sheriff-muir, county Astley,Joseph, chemical manufacturer at Borrows. of Perth, and merchants and maltsters in Stirtownness.
ling. Crum, James, and Co. merchants in Glasgow. Grassom, John, merchant or clothier in Stirling. Caldwell, John, and Co. manufacturers in Paisley, Gray, Robert, architect and builder, No. 9, Leo. and Borland, Alexander, merchant there.
pold Place, Edinburgh. Campbell, William, tailor and clothier in Glas Hazeel, Henry Johnstone, merchant in Dundee. Sow.
Hill, David, builder in Edinburgh. Dewar, John, bookbinder in Etlinburgh,
Miller, Thomas, distiller in Edinburgh.
Morton, Robert, jeweller in Edinburgh.
Clyne, John, merchant in Leith; a dividend 21st Newlands, James, merchant in Glasgow.
December. Robb, William, one of the partners of Inglis and Graham, John, merchant and manufacturer in Robb, merchants in Glasgow.
Glasgow ; a dividend on 20th January. Messrs Roberts and Crawford, paper-makers at Hutton, John, late chemist at the Water of Leith;
Kinlieth Bank-mill, parish of Currie, county a dividend 1st January. of Edinburgh.
Maclennan, Murdo, mealmonger at Tulloch of Taylor, James, baker and farmer at Whitburn. Lochcarron; a dividend on 11th January. Taylor, John, and Co. grocers and merchants, Marshall, Peter, and Co. merchants in Glasgow ; Glasgow.
a dividend on 3d February: Thomson, Alexander, merchant in Glasgow. Robertson, James, spirit-dealer in Edinburgh ; a Thomsons, Brothers, booksellers in Edinburgh.
dividend on 15th March. Thomson, James, timber-merchant and wright in Robertson, Samuel, late spirit-merchant in Leith; Glasgow.
a dividend 21st December. West, Edward, and Co. booksellers in Edinburgh. Rae, John, candlemaker in Edinburgh ; a final Wilson, Andrew, spirit-dealer at Bankton, near dividend on 31st January. Glasgow.
Turnbull, Sandeman, merchant in Glasgow; a first
and final dividend on 20th January. DIVIDENDS.
Turnbull, Robert, seedsman, Edinburgh; a divi. Bell, Jam es, fish-merchant in Perth; a farther dend 4th January.
dividend 26th December.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
minister of Fochabers, to Catherine Matilda, seApril 14, At Nugpore, the Lady of Dr George cond daughter of the late Charles Evans, Esq. of Adams, of a daughter.
Woolwich. June 23. At Jaulnah, the Lady of Lieut. A. 5. At Dowager Lady Saltoun's Cottage, near Fraser, quarter-master of the 15th Native Infan Inverness, William Macdowall Grant, Esq. to the try, of a son.
Hon. Miss-Eleanor Fraser. 29. At Calcutta, the Lady of Captain M‘Leod, 8. At Easby, near Richmond, Yorkshire, Lieut.Engineers, of a son.
Colonel Henry Lane, to the Hon. Harriet Frances Nov. 2. At the Court of St Petersburgh, the Dundas, secon daughter of Lord Dundas. Lady of Viscount Strangford, of a son.
9. At Edinburgh, Peter Campbell, Esq. North22. At Gibraltar, the Lady of Lieut-Col. Allan, umberland Street, to Isabella, daughter of George 94th Regiment, of a daughter.
Malcolm, Esq. merchant, Hull. 27. At Churston Ferrers, Devon, the Lady of 12. At Sandon, Staffordshire, John Stuart WortLieut.-Col. Wood, of Dee Bank, of a son.
ley, Esq. M.P. eldest son of J. A. Stuart Wortley, Dec. 1. Mrs Wishart of a daughter.
M.P. to Larly Georgiana Ryder, third daughter of 2. At Powis Castle, Lady Lucy Clive, of a son. the Earl of Harrowby. 3. At Canterbury, the Lady of Major Wallace, 13. At Edinburgh, Francis Grove, Esq. Lieuteof the King's Dragoon Guards, of a son.
nant Royal Navy, second son of Edward Grove, 5. At Wellesbourn, Warwickshire, the Lady of Esq. of Shenstone Paik, Staffordshire, to Emily,
6. At Marine Cottage, Mrs Major Lyell, of a son. only child of the late George Ure, Esq. late of the James Napier, Esq. of a son.
Bengal Medical Establishment. 8. At Îraquair" Manse, Mrs Campbell, of a At Stirling, Robert Clarke, Esq. Campsie, to daughter.
Isabella, third daughter of the late Robert Young, - At Castle Fraser, the Lady of Colonel Fraser, Esq. of Stirling. of a son.
At St George's, Hanover Square, London, - At York Terrace, Regent Park, London, Thomas Waddington, Esq. of St Remy, to Janette, Mrs John Small, of a son.
second daughter of the late Colin Chisholm, Esq. At Springhill, the Lady of George Forbes, M.D. Esq. of a daughter.
14. At Manchester, Alex. Abercromby, Esq. 9. The Lady of Captain Macqueen of Corry. merchant, Glasgow, to Janet, eldest daughter of brough, of a daughter.
the late Peter M Laren, Esq. of Manchester. At Tay Street, Dundee, the Lady of Dr John - At Leith, George Goodlct, Esq. merchant, Maxwell, of a daughter.
to Mary, daughter of John Hay, Esq. shipowner. - At Ormiston Hall, the Lady of Warren Hast. 15. Mr Andrew M'Naught, confectioner, Leith, ings Anderson, Esq. of a son.
to Jessie, second daughter of Mr William Bell, 15. At Edinburgh, the Lady of Alexander Nor Blackadder Mains. man Macleod, Esq. of Harris, of a daughter.
At the Chapel of the British Embassy, Paris, 16. Mrs Renton, James's Square, of a daughter. George William Lefevre, M. D. to Frederica Cla
17. At Banff, the Lady of the late Patrick Duff, vering, daughter of Colonel Charles Fraser, of the Esq. of Carnousie, of a son.
Hon. East India Company's service. 19. At St Andrews, the Lady of Anthony Mac
At London, the Rev. Daniel Heneage Finch tier, Esq. late of Calcutta, of a daughter.
Hatton, of Weldon, to Lady Louisa Greville, 23. At Dalkeith, the Lady of Major Montgo youngest daughter of the late Hon. Robert F. merie of Annick, of a son.
Greville, and Louisa, her own right Countess of 24. Mrs Johnston of Sands, of a daughter.
Mansfield, his wife. 25. At Queen Street, Mrs Ballingall, of a son. 17. At the Doune of Rothiemurchus, Gervaise
- At Rozelle, Mrs A. West Hamilton, of a Pennington, Esq. Colonel in the service of the daughter.
Hon. East India Company, commanding the Bri26. At Rosebank, Mrs Dunbar, of a son. gade of Horse Artillery in Bengal, to Jane, second
28. At Kenblethmont, the Right Hon. Lady daughter of John Peter Grant of Rothiemurchus, Jane Lindsay Carnegie, of a son.
Esq. M. P. 31. At Paris, Mrs Maginn, of a daughter.
- At Mary-le-Bonne Church, London, William
Knight Dehany, Esq. Solicitor to the Excise in MARRIAGES.
Scotland, to Elizabeth Favell, second daughter of July 4. At Madras, Donald Macleod, Esq. Lieu Vice-Admiral Scott. tenant in the 4th Regt. Madras Light Cavalry, to Emily, second daughter of the late Major-General
May 14. At Trichnopoly, Lieut. Alex. Gordon Aug. 1. At St Andrew's Church, Calcutta, Ro Donaldson, of the 5th Regiment of Madras Cavalbert Eglinton, Esq. merchant, to Margaret Dun, ry, eldest son of Dr Donaldson, physician, Ayr. fourth daughter of Robert Low, Esq. cashier of June 18. On the Arracan River, J. Cochrane, the Dundee Bunking Coinpany.
Esq. M. D. son of the late Lieut.-Colonel Cochrane Nov. 26. George Fife, Esq. son of William Fife, of the Royals, assistant-surgeon on the Madras Newcastle-on-Tyne, to Eliza, daughter of the late Establishment. Major David Robertson, Assistant Barrack Master July 14. At Meerut, Major-General Sir David General, North Britain.
Ochterlony, Bart. and G.C. B. President for Mul28. At St Dunstan's, London, William Reid, Esq. wah and Rejpootana, and commanding the westM. D. to Helen Anne, fourth daughter of the Rev.
ern division of the army. This event appears to James Porteous, St James's Square, Edinburgh. have occasioned a deep sensation of grief among Des. I. At Corsairtly, the Rev. William Ranny, all who had access to appreciate his
tues. The Bombay Gazette, in speaking of him, 3. At her house, Portobello, 'in the 80th year of says, “As a public character, we are not aware her age, Mrs Margaret Grant, daughter of Rodeof his parallel in the annals of British India. Du rick Macleod, Esq. writer to the signet, and relict ring a most active service of forty-seven years, in of John Grant of Gilgraston, Esq. the double capacity of statesman and soldier, his - At James Place, Leith, Mrs Janet Aire, wife unremitted exertions, and unerring judginent, con
of Mr James Hardie. tributed largely to the stability of government, and — At Edinburgh, Mr Thomas Neilson, Kirke prosperity of the country."
Treasurer to the city of Edinburgh. 28. At Bombay, Colonel Cowper, Commandant - At Hope Park, Mrs Wright, aged 82. of Engineers.
4. At Kennet Pans, John Stein, Esq. Sept. 20. At Kirthick, James Wood, M. D. Esq. - At Selkirk, Mr James Douglas Oliver, late of Kirthick, aged 73.
rector of the Grammar School of Selkirk. Oct. At Tobago, Captain Robert Macalister of - At his sister's, the Countess Dowager of Irvine.
Caithness's house, George Street, Edinburgh, Cap25. At Halifax, Nova Scotia, Lady Mitchell, tain Patrick Campbell of Barcaldine. widow of Sir Andrew Mitchell.
5. At Edinburgh, William Skirving, Esq. late Nov. 21. At Pau-bas, Pyrenees, Mary Rannie of Plewland Hill, Haddingtonshire. Mansfield, third daughter of John Mansfield, Esq. - At Aberdeen, Robert Harvey, Esq. of Braco. of Midmar.
- William, fourth son of Hugh Mossman, Esq. - At Vienna, his Serene Highness Duke Charles of Achtyfardle. Eugene of Lorraine, of an apoplectic fit. His 8. At Manse of Peterculter, Janet, daughter of Highness was the last male branch of the illustrious the late Mr Patrick Stirling, writer in Dunblane. House of Lorraine.
- At Nelson Street, Thomas, infant son of Mr 23. At Kelso, aged 81, Dr Andrew Wilson, phy. J. Weir, writer to the signet. sician there.
9. At Corsephairn, the Rev. Mr Currie, mini- At Tobermory, Mrs Sinclair of Lochalin. ster of the parish. He died of apoplexy in the inn
At Geneva, in the prime of life, Henry Wil immediately after the performance of a marriage liam Lambton, Esq. third son of William Henry ceremony. Lambtoni, Esq. of Lambton, in Durham.
At Glasgow, James, second son of Mr Wil. 25 At Harrow, of typhus fever, William, eldest Jiam Reid, bookseller. son of Major-General Douglas of Timpendean. 10. Rear-Admiral Bingham. This respectable
26. At Edinburgh, Janet, only surviving daugh. and worthy officer had just completed his arrangeter of the late Mr Thomas George, merchant, Ču ments in London, prior to his departure for Ports
mouth, wh was to have hoisted his flag on 27. At Edinburgh, John Keir, Esq. of the island board the Warspite, when, in consequence of getof Madeira, and Ledgers, Surry.
ting wet through, he was seized on the 2d instant - At George's Square, Mrs Isabella Kerr, spouse with a sudden attack of Erysipelas,which, potwithof the Rev. Dr Simpson, one of the Ministers of standing his previous state of perfect health, bafEdinburgh.
fled the skill of his physician. He was on the point - At Glenary, Argyllshire, Mrs Hislop, wife of of proceeding to the East Indies, as CommanderD. Hislop, Esq. Inverary.
in-Chief of his Majesty's ships on that station. 28. At Edinburgh, aged 95, Mrs Marianne Side - At Peebles, Mrs Elizabeth Williamson, widow lje Van Hoogwerff, widow of William Stewart, of John Murray Robertson, Esq. commissary sheEsq. late of St Catherines.
riff-clerk of Peebles-shire. At Edinburgh, Miss Willielmina Hathorn, - At Peasebanks, Hamilton, William, youngeldest daughter of the deceased Hugh Hathorn of est son of Dr Whitehead, Hamilton. Castlewigg, Esq;
11. At his house, Hillside Crescent, Alexander - At Fasnacloich, Miss Stewart, daughter of Allan, Esq. of Hillside. the late James Stewart, Esq. of Fasnacloich.
- At Edinburgh, Mr John Steele, late saddler. 29. At London, William Ogilvie, Esq. of West - At London, James J. Davidson, second son hall.
of Dr Davidson, Mariechal College, Aberdeen. - At Middleton, the Lady of E. W. H. Schen -At Fort Street, North Leith, Alice Burnet, 5th ley, Esq.
daughter of Mr Thomas Brown, of the Customs. Mrs Agnes Gibson, relict of John Archibald, At Avignon, the Hon. Mrs Long. Esq. merchant.
- At Tain, Mr Patrick Calder, late supervisor At Edinburgh, Mrs Wynne, wife of the Rev. of Excise. Richard Wynne.
12. At her house in Lower Grosvenor Street, 30. Drowned at sea, from on board the ship London, in the 92d year of her age, the Dowager Charles Forbes, Thomas, third son of Mr W. Marchioness of Bath. Allan, Leith.
14. At Millhill, Musselburgh, Alex. Campbell, - At Limekilns, Mr William Millar, ship Esq. late of the island of Jamaica. builder, aged 71.
15. Mrs Margaret Elphinstone Crawford, wife - At Stornoway, Mr Evander M. Reid, third of Alexander Spiers Crawford, residing at Mornson of the deceased John Reid, Esq. late Collector ingside. of his Majesty's Customs there.
16. Mrs James Watt, the original publisher of At Wellington Place, Leith, Miss Cecil C. the Montrose Review. On his passage to London, Aire, youngest daughter of the late Lieut. John in the Eagle, of Montrose, he fell overboard in Aire, Royal Navy.
Yarmouth Roads, and was drowned. Dec. 1. At Taganroc, a small town on the shore - At Quarryholes, in the 70th year of his age, of the sea of Asof, of an inflammatory fever, Alex Mr John Bryden. ander, Emperor of all the Russias. The last words Mr Alex. Cuthbertson, tinsmith, North Ha. which he pronounced were expressive of his pro nover Street, Edinburgh. found resignation to the decrees of Providence. At Larbert, the Rev. Dr Knox, minister of His last moments were very calm. Alexander was that parish. born the 22d December 1777, began to reign in 17. At her house in Abercromby Place, Mrs AnMarch 1801, and consequently had approached derson, of Kingask. the close of the 48th year of his age, and 25th of - At Clatto, in the county of Fife, Robert Low, his reign.
Esq. of Clatto. - At Finlarig, Mr Robert Robertson, land-sur 19. At_Louisfield, near Duddingstone, Louis veyor.
Cauvin, Esq. for many years a teacher of French - At Linlithgow, Thomas Baird, Esq. of in Edinburgh. Parkly.
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late surgeon at Mid-Calder, and sister of Dr James - At Wallingwells, in the county of Notting Anderson, the well-known author of " The Bee." ham, the lady of Sir Thomas Woollaston White Jan. 5, 1826.-At Glasgow, Henry Erskine, of Wallingwells, Bart. and youngest daughter of youngest son of Mr Walter Wardlaw, Richmond the late George Ramsay of Barnton, Esq.
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Have you any intention, dear readand taxes are taxes still, notwithstander, of building a house in the country? ing the principles of free trade, and If you have, pray, for your own sake the universal prosperity of the country. and ours, let it not be a Cottage. We Servants are wasteful, and their wages presume that you are obliged to live, absurd—and the whole style of living, one half of the year at least, in a town. with long-necked bottles, most extraThen why change altogether the cha- vagant. But still we do not object to racter of your domicile and your esta- your establishment,-far from it, we blishment? You are an inhabitant of admire it much-nor is there a single Edinburgh, and have a house in the house in town where we make ourCircus, or Heriot-Row, or Abercromby selves more agreeable to a late hour, or Place, or Queen Street. The said house that we leave with a greater quantity of has five or six stories, and is such a wine of a good quality under our girpalace as one might expect in the City dle. Few things would give us more of Palaces. Your drawing-rooms can, temporary uneasiness, than to hear of at a pinch, hold some ten score of mo any embarrassment in your moneyderno Athenians-your dining-room
We are not people to formight feast one-half of the contribu get good fare, we assure you; and long tors to this Magazine--your“ placens and far may all shapes of sorrow keep Uxor” has her boudoir—your eldest aloof from the hospitable board, whedaughter, now verging on wom nood, ther illuminated by gas, oil-lamp, or her music-room-your boys their own candle. studio-thegoverness her retreat-and But what we were going to say was the tutor his den—the housekeeper sits this that the head of such a house like an over-grown spider in her own ought not to live, when ruralizing, in sanctum—the butler bargains for his a Cottage. Heought to be consistent, dim apartment and the four maids Nothing so beautiful as consistency. must have their front-area-window. What then is so absurd as to cram yourIn short, from cellarage to garret, all self, your wife, your numerous prois complete, and Number Forty-two is geny, and your scarcely less numerous really a splendid Mansion.
menials, into a concern called a Cote Now, dear reader, far be it from us tage? The ordinary heat of a baker's to question the propriety or' prudence oven is very few degrees above that of such an establishment. Your house of a brown study, during the month was not built for nothing-it was no of July, in a substantial, low-roofed easy thing to get the painters out Cottage. Then the smell of the kitthe furnishing thereof was no trifle chen! How it aggravates the sultry the feu-duty is really unreasonable, closeness ! A strange, compounded, inVol. XIX.