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assembled Cortes exhibited all man in the frontier provinces towards ner of weakness. Their measures were France.) as violent and oppressive on the one “ All the efforts of the Spanish governside,as the king's had been on the other. ment were vigorously applied to the exAnd they had, in the midst of appa, tirpation of these armed opponents of rent rule, no foundation of real moral the constitution. Mina marched in blood authority with them. The chief speake through the fair fields of Catalonia up to ers were newspaper editors, smart mer the very seat of the Regency' in the chants, eager young lawyers—the body Seo de Urgel, whence he succeeded in of nobility had scarcely a single re expelling that self-constituted authority. presentative of any part of their feel- Torrijos, a young and sanguinary comings, and none at all of their deepest mander, had orders to clear Aragon of feelings; and it was the same as to the the 'factious.' Similar instructions had church. Flashy harangues within been given to Carlos Espinosa in Nathe Cortes, and in the clubs that soon varre; and it cannot be doubted that rivalled even the hall of the Cortes as
both these chieftains used the most sincentres of attraction for the gapers,
cere endeavours to obey them. Indeed, were reiterated from night to night, the orders which were sent generally tó without any one step of a composing, the provinces with respect to those who soothing, healing tendency being ta
were not active supporters of the existken. Naples and Piedmont meantime ing system, would seem to have ema
nated from a conclave of men little acfollowed the example of Spain to the
customed to the usages of civilized warletter ; above all, in regard to the military part of the new revolutionary fare. What, for instance, is to be said
to the commander who, after receiving system. Conspiracies were raised, or at least suspected, in France, and Spa- that their lives should be spared, selects
prisoners, upon the usual understanding nish influence was the cry of the a certain number, and orders them to be Tuilleries. Spain was in fact in a shot? Not only has this barbarous outstate of civil war—and Piedmont and rage upon humanity been perpetrated by Naples having abandoned, without a
the constitutional chieftains, but in more blow, what they had borrowed from than one instance they have taken out Spain, the eyes of all Europe were unarmed inhabitants from their houses, fixed upon that country from which and upon mere oral information that they they had caught their mania, and were of the factious, without a trial, where the general impression enter or a legal inquiry of any sort, they comtained of the national pride and ob- manded them to be put to death. It was stinacy, naturally led all men to ex no uncommon circumstance to read in pect, in case any attack should be the provincial papers that such a person made from without, a very different was shot in such a village at 'the request sort of resistance from what had been of the people;' that is to say, a mob exemplified among those whom Shake raised a clamour against an individual, speare had of old characterized as and without ascertaining whether he was
guilty or innocent, the authorities order“ The Bastards that inherit but the Fall
ed the sentence of the sovereign peoOf the last Monarchy."
ple’ to be executed. And these faets What actually found its way to us
were related without a single observaof the course of things within Spain, tion expressive of surprise or sympathy, was such as to throw a considerable as if they were in the common course of damp upon whatever splendid expec- justice. Cruelty is not stripped of its tations might have at first been enter
criminality by whatever party it is exertained. The constitutionalists had ef- cised; and it appears still more sanguifected their revolution (of 1820) with,
nary in its character, when it is adopted comparatively speaking, very little by that side which bears at least the legal bloodshed. They were now alarmed,
semblance of supremacy.” and fear appeared in its usual shape of Such was the state of Spain, and cruelty. Mr Quin entered Spain in Ferdinand was a prisoner, powerless, October 1822, with Whig feelings and and without even the shadow of power, an ardent leaning to the constitutional in his palace, at the moment when the party. He wrote as follows, within two French King first uttered the word MONTHS after he had crossed the Py war;" and the English Whigs callrenees. (He has been talking of the ed on the Government of England to royalist bands that had been figuring re-ccho it. But the English Govern
ment answered "No." Mr Canning's their kingdom occupied by the French. speech, in which he told the world why Bound by treaty to protect Portugal, how he had said peace, when the Whigs natural was it under such circumstances called on him to say war, will always to extend our assistance to Spain ! be remembered. It stands in the very Again, Spain was at that time, compafirst class of his exertions. True ratively speaking, an united nation. I manly-energetic-sarcastic-clear- do not mean to say that there were no commanding-convincing-unanswer.
differences of opinion; I do not mean to able ; these are its characteristics. Well deny that some few among the higher
classes had been corrupted by the gold might England point to the mawkish romantic rhodomontades of Chateau
of France: but still the great bulk of the briand, on the one hand, and to the people were united in one cause; their cold, obstinate drivellings of the Spa- abdication; and though absent and a
loyalty to their sovereign had survived his nish penmen on the other—and be prisoner, the name of Ferdinand VIL proud.
was the rallying point of the nation, “ The voice of the honourable member But let the House look at the situation for Westminster is still for war; and he in which England would be placed should does me the honour to tempt me to take she, at the present moment, march her the same course, by reminding me of a armies to the aid of Spain. As against passage in my political life to which I France alone, her task might not be more shall ever look back with pride and satis difficult than before; but is it only with faction. I allude to that period when the France that she would now have to conbold spirit of Spain burst forth indignant tend ? England could not strike in the against the oppression of Buonaparte. cause of Spain against the invading foe Then unworthily filling the same office alone. Fighting in Spanish ranks, should which I have the honour to hold at the we not have to point our bayonets against present moment, I discharged the glorious Spanish bosoms?—But this is not the duty (if a portion of glory may attach to whole of the difference between the prethe humble instrument of a glorious sent moment and the year 1808. In cause)—of recognizing without delay the 1808, we had a large army prepared for rights of the Spanish nation, and of at foreign service ; a whole war establishonce adopting that gallant people into ment ready appointed ; and the simple the closest amity with England. It was question was, in what quarter we could indeed a stirring, a kindling occasion ; best apply its force against the common and no man who has a heart in his bo- ' enemy of England, of Spain, of Portugal, som, can think even now of the noble en. -of Europe. This country had no hopes thusiasm, the animated exertions, the un of peace ; our abstinence from the Spadaunted courage, the unconquerable per nish war could in no way have acceleraseverance of the Spanish nation, in a ted the return of that blessing; and the cause apparently so desperate, finally so Peninsula presented, plainly and obvitriumphant,--without feeling his blood ously, the theatre of exertion in which glow and his pulses quicken with tumul we could contend with most advantage. tuous throbs of admiration. But I must Compare then, I say, that period with remind the honourable gentleman of three the present, in which none of the inducecircumstances calculated to qualify a lit- ments, or incitements, which I have detle the feelings of enthusiasm, and to sug- scribed as belonging to the opportunity gest lessons of caution ;-I must remind of 1808, can be found, him first of the state of this country, “ But is the absence of inducement secondly of that of Spain-at that period, and incitement all? Is there no positive as compared with the present:-and discouragement in the recollections of thirdly of the manner in which the enter that time, to check too hasty a concurprize in belialf of Spain was viewed by rence in the warlike views of the honourcertain parties in this country. We are able member for Westminster ? When now at peace. In 1808 we were als England, in 1808, under all the circumready at war-we were at war with Buo stances which I have enumerated, did naparte, the invader of Spain. In 1808 not hesitate to throw upon the banks of we were, as now, the allies of Portugal, the Tagus, and to płunge into all the difbound by treaty to defend her from ag ficulties of the Peninsular war, an army gression ;-but Portugal was at that destined to emerge in triumph through time not only menaced by the power of the Pyrenees, was that course hailed France, but overrun by it; her royal fa- with sympathy and exultation by all parmily was actually driven into exile, and ties in the state ? Were there no warn
Linde, J. Rilliter-street, broker.
Roach, R. S. Bishop's Waltham, Hants, tanner. Longton, J. and J. Liverpool, ironmongers. Smith, E. Chatham, hatter. Marshall, R. Jury Farm, near Ripley, Surrey, Smith, A. Piccadilly, fruiterer. farmer.
Stavie, T. King-street, Seven Dials, stove-grate M'Cheune, D. Fenchurch-street, merchant.
manufacturer. M'Kenzie, J. Manchester, draper.
Stephens, W. C. Westbury-on-Trim, GloucesterMonatt, J. Lower Thames-street, ale-dealer.
shire, grazier. Murgatroyd, W. Scarr Bottom, Yorkshire, wor Steward, H. Old Burlington-street, victualler. sted-spinner.
Stoakes, W. Liverpool, carver and gilder. Myers, J. Preston, wine merchant.
Thorndike, J. Ipswich, cheese-factor. Naish, J. Bristol, tanner.
Turer, T. Stoke Goldington, Bucks, baker, Neale, J. Liverpool, merchant.
Ubsdell, c. Warminster, linen-draper. Northover, H. Nunny, Somerset, farmer.
Vince, W. Lucas-street, Commercial-road. Nunn, R. and T. Fisher, Grub-street, timber Watson, R. Britannia-terrace, City-road, coalmerchants.
merchant. Oakley, T. Titchfield-street, carpenter.
Watson, T. Turf Coffee-house, St James's-street, Ord, J. St Paul's Church-yard, haberdasher.
wine-merchant. Peacock, J. Manchester, merchant.
Watts, S. Yeovil, Somersetshire, banker. Peet, G. and J.Gutter-lane,riband-manufacturers. White,J. Prince's-street, Storey's-gate, undertaker, Pelham, J. Chart, Kent, seed-crusher.
Whittingham, T. Cheltenham, eurrier. Pickard. W. Knaresborough, lime-burner. Withington, H. Manchester, silk-manufacturer. Prosser, J. Abergavenny, grocer.
Wood, S. Poswick, Hereford, dealer. Randalí, R. Truro, draper.
Wood, T. Barbican, oilman. Ringshaw, G. Tooring, builder.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCI BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 18th
and 30th November, 1823; extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Buchanan, David, butcher in Veal-market, Edin.
DIVIDENDS. burgh. Cuthill, the Rev. Alexander, minister in the se Gillespie, Colin, merchant in Glasgow; a 2d di.
cond charge of the Church of Ayr, and printer, vidend on 9th December. publisher, and stationer, in Ayr.
Harkness, Robert, of Innishenrusk, in Cowal, Gibson, Thomas, mason and builder in Perth. Argyllshire, wool and cattle merchant,
sometime Greenhill, James, merchant and corn-dealer in residing there; a dividend after 5th December. Newburgh.
Kerr, Alexander, haberdasher and silk-mercer, Harthill, John, merchant in Aberdeen.
South Bridge-street, Edinburgh; a first diviLawrie, Archibald, upholsterer, Edinburgh.
dend after 220 December. M'Lean, Captain Hector, wool and kelp merchant, Moffat, John, merchant, Lerwick; a dividend afCarsaig, Island of Mul.
ter 9th December. Munro, Hugh, spirit-dealer, Queensferry-street, Weir, William, sheep and cattle dealer in Darley, Edinburgh.
parish of Bar; a dividend after 6th January. Paterson, John, merchant in Stirling.
Wylie, William, the deceased, manufacturer in Rose, William, merchant in Glasgow.
Paisley; a fourth and final dividend after 26th Virtue, James & Co. merchants in Edinburgh. December.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c. Brevet. Major Hon. J. Finch, h. p. R. W. I. 24
G, K. Tucker, Ens. by p. vice BenRan. Lieut. Col. in the Army, 25
do. Oct. 1823 25
Lt. Miller, Ad. vice M'Leod, res. Adj. 1 Life Gds. Cor. and Sub-Lt. Hon. H. M. Upton,
6 Nov. Lt. by p. vice Moseley, pro. 10 Oct. 37
Hosp. As. Neill, As. Surg. vive C. Hencage, Cor. and Sub-Lt. by p.
Robertson, 70 F.
do. 'do. 39
Lt. Gen. Sir G. Airey, K.C.B. Col. 3 Dr. Gds. Lt. Bolton, Adj. vice Towel, res. Adj.
vice Gen. N. Balfour, dead 28 Oct. only
6 Nov. 41
Lt. Crole, from 11 Dr. Capt. by p. 7 Vet. Surg. Anderson, from b. p. 24
vice Johnson, cancelled 30 do. Dr. Vet. Surg. vice Nesbitt, dead 57
As. Surg. Latham, from h. p. 34 F do.
As. Surg. vice Inglis, dead 23 do. 8 Dr. As. Sur. Farnden, from 70 F. As. 67
Ens. Pilford. Lt. vice Lascelles, dead Surg. vice Carter, dead
30 do. 10 Surg. M‘Roberts, from 78 F. Surg.
L. Carey, Ens. vice Chermside, h. p. 30 Oct. 70
As. Surg. Robertson, from 37 F. As. 11 Cor. Partride, Lt. by p. více Crole,
Surg. vice Farnden, 8 Dr. 6 Nov. 41 F.
Lt. Dashwood. Capt. by p. vice Roy,
23 Oct. 12 Reg. Serg. Maj. White, Qua. Master.
J. Barry, Ens. by p.
do. vice Bull, dead
Lt Yates, from Cape Corps, Lt. vice Lt. Lane, Capt. by p. vice Patton,
Herron, h. p. 24 F.
6 Nov. ret.
6 Nov. 78
Staff Surg. Bolton, from h. p. Surg. Cor. Harington, Lt. by p.
vice M Roberts, 10 Dr. 30 Oct. W. Hyde, Cor. Dy p.
Capt. Cruise, Maj. by p. vice Arden, 14 Lt. Gen. Sir J. 0. Vandeleur, K.C.B.
6 Nov. Col. vice E. of Bridgewater, dead, 92
Ens. Bayly, Lt, vice Sutherland, ret. 28 Oct.
23 Oct. Gren. Gds. Bt. Maj. Hon. R. Clements, Capt.
W. E. Sawbridge, Ens. by p.. doand Lt. Col. by p. vice Packe, ret. W. I. R. Lt. Hughes, from h. p. 2d Bahama
Gn. Comp. Qua. Mastvice Dukes. Lt. Lyster, Lt. and Capt. by p. do.
do. 7 F. Lt. Orr, Adj. viee Hay, res. Adj. only Ceyl. Reg. 2d Lt Lewis, 1st Lt. vice Burke,
do. 23 Bt. Lt. Col. Dalmer, Maj. by p. vice
R. Jefferson, 20 Lt.
do. Keightley, prom.
16 do. Cape Corps (Inf.) Lt. Harvey, from 24 h. p. Lt. 1st Lt. Beale, Capt by p.
6 Nov. 20 Lt. Mathison, 1st Lt. by p.
do. 1 R. Vet. Bn.Lt. Rawstorne, from h. p. 10 F. Lt. G. Beauclerk, 20 Lt. by p. 30 do.
1 R. Vet. Bn. Lieut. Knox, from h. p. 3 F. do. Ensign Collings, from 60 F. rec. diff. with Ensign
Collins, from h. p. 26 F. do. Fothergill, h. 85 F.
do. Surg. Tedlie, h. p. 89 F.
Resignations and Retirements.
Maj. Gen. Visc. Chabot, late of 5 F.
Col. H. P. L'Estrange, King's County Mil.
Lieut. Col. Packe, Gren. Gds.
Capt. Patton, 12 Dr.
Roy, 71 F.
Lieut. Sutherland, 92 F.
Capt. Johnson, 41 F,
3 Nov. 1823
12 do Staff As. Surg. Lawder, As. Surg. do. Lieut. General Peche, East India Comp. Sery. Lt. Crofton, from h. p. Yk. Lt. Inf.
April Vol. Lt.
do. Maj. Gen. Steuart, late of 1st F. Edinburgh, Sep. 25 Waters, from h. p. 83 F. do.
Durand, East India Comp. Serv. Fort O'Reilly, from h. p. 6 Gn. Bn. St George, East Indies,
24 Dec. 1892. do. Col. Upiacke, h. p. 104 F.
31 Oct. M‘Kenzie, from h. p. 72 F. do. Chichester, Cardigan Mil.
23 Oct. Scarman, from h. p, 67 F. do.
Lieut. Col. Miller, 87 F. Ghazeepore, Bengal, O'Beime, from h. p. 96 F. do.
17 May. Bowen, from h. p. 65 F. do.
Earl of Athlone, h. p. 95 F.
Sir M. Grant, K.C.B. h. p. Portugal
22 Oct. vice Greenham, ret list. do. Capt. Lennon, h. p. R. Wagg, Train, 25 Oct.
Lane, Adj. vice Yellon, ret. - Kelly h. p. 80 F. Clashmore, Youghall, list. do.
21 Oct. As. Surg. Gardiner, from h. p. 53 F. Gardiner, b. p. 89 F. Isleworth, Middlesex, As. Surg. do.
16 Sept. Unattached.
Hunt, h. p. York Rang. London, 17 July.
Ubaldini, h. p. Malta Regt.
Taylor, of late 5 Vet. Bn. St. Athan, 9 May.
10 Oct Chabot, ret.
Finch, of late 9 Vet. Bn.
Hon. F. Lascelles, 67 F. London.
29 Oct. As. Surg. Clifford, from h. p. 68 F.
24 Jan. As. Surg. vice Finlayson, cancelled
Aitkin, of late 4 Vet. Bn. Jedburgh, North 23 Oct. Briton,
10 Sept. Magrath, from h. p. 20 Dr.
Mussen, h. p. 3 Dr.
Crawford, h. p. 2 F. Lambeth,
24 Sept. 6 Nov.
Daniel, h. p. 12 F. Wheelock, Chrshire, Hosp. As. Gallagher, from h. p. Hos.
12 Oct. As. vice Lough, h. p.
Barr, h. p. 26 F.
6 Noy. Donald Campbell, h. p. 27 F. 21 Nov. Exchanges. Mulkern, h. p. 65 F.
Uniacke, h. p. 66 F.
29 Oct. ming, h. p. 53 F.
Ruddiman, s.p. 71 F.
13 Sept. Major Jonson, from 93 F. with Major Allen, h. p. Andrews, h. p. 84 F. 10 F.
Peters, h. p. 88 F.
18 Feb Bt. Maj. Mackworth, from 13 Dr. rec. diff. with Patton, late 6 Vet. Bn.
8 Oct. Capt. Heyman, h. p. 8 Dr.
Frey, h. p. Roll's Regt. Capt. Webb, from Rifle Brig. do. with Captain Robertson, Stirling, Mil. Edinburgh, 25 Oct. Stevenson, h. p. 12 F.
Ens. Le Mesurier, h. p. 9 F.
15 Mar. Lieut. Towell, from 3 Dr G. do with Lieut. Todd, Cheney, h. p. 72 F.
14 Dec. h. p. 8 Dr.
Chap. Pulejo, h. p. Sicilian Regt.
21 Oct. h. p. 21 Dr.
Andrews, h. p. 72 F.
22 Jan. - Grayson, from 15 F. with Lieut. Ham
Elliott, So. Devon Milit. mond, h. p. 91 F.
Med. Dep. Surg. Gruskopff, h. p. 1 Dr. Germ. M'Leod from 25 F. with Lieut. O'Brien, h. Leg.
21 Apr. p. 22 Dr.
Surg. Dunn, Ayr, Milit. Cornet Cunninghame, from 5 Dr. G. rec. diff.
Staff Assist. Surg. Rossiter, Frome, with Cornet Sir W. H. Clarke, Bt. h. p.
7 Sept. Ensign Young, from 17 F, with Ensign Farwell,
Assist Surg. Duval, h. p. 1 Lt. Inf. 31 F.
Dep. Purv. Sherrin, h. p.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
27. In George's Square, Mrs Captain Mackenzie, Feb. 3. At Surat, the Lady of Edward Grant, of a daughter. Esq. of the Civil Service, Bombay Establishment, Oct. 30. At Copenhagen, the Consort of Prince of a son,
William of Hesse, of a daughter. 25. At Madras, the Lady of J. Macleod, Esq. of 31. At Balnamoon, the Lady of James Carnegy,
Esq. of a daughter. Aug. 16. At Mount Atlas, Jamaica, the Lady Nov. 7. At Brechin, the Lady of John Guthrie, of linton Spalding, Esq. M. D. of a daughter. Esq. banker, of a daughter.
7. In York Place, London, the Lady of Joseph bella, youngest daughter of the late Major Wm. Hume, Esq. M. P. of a daughter.
Wilson, of Polmally. - At Oatfield, East Lothian, Mrs Alex. Bum, - James Begbie, M. D. to Eliza, second daughof a daughter.
ter of the late Robert Speare, Esq. of Millbank, 9. At Crook, near Stirling, Mrs Micking, of Cheshire, twin sons.
13. At Auchindinny, Mr James Ritchie, sta12. At Portsmouth, the Lady of Major-General tioner, Edinburgh, to Janet, eldest daughter of Sir James Lyon, K.C. B. of a daughter.
Mr George Laing, paper manufacturer there. - At Cargen, the Lady of William Stothert, *13. Lieut.-Colonel Colquhoun,
to Magdalene, Esq. of a daughter.
fourth daughter of John Stein, Esq. of Kennet14. At Belmont, the Lady of Mathew Fortescue, pans. Esq. of a daughter.
17. Henry Bellenden Ker, Esq. of Lincoln's 15. Lady Dunbar of Boath, of a son.
Inn, London, to Elizabeth Ann, eldest daughter of 16. At Greenbank, near Glasgow, Mrs W. D. Edward Clarke, Esq. of Cheshunt, Herts. Blair, of a daughter.
19. At Staple Grove near Taunton, Major Mrs Clarke of Comrie, of a daughter. Stepney Cowell, of the Coldstream Guards, to
Mrs William Young, Great King Street, of Euphemia Jemima, eldest daughter of General a daughter.
John Murray, and sister to Major-General Murray, At Wheatfield House, the Lady of Mark Lieutenant-Governor of Demerara. Sprot, Esq. of Garnkirk, of a daughter, still-born. 24. At Glasgow, Matthew Fleming, Esq. mer
16. At Greenock, the Lady of Lieut-Colonel chant, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late Robert Douglas, 79th Regiment, of a son.
Strang, Esq. 18. At Blackheath, the Lady of Captain P. H. - At Kinnaber, near Montrose, William Smart, Bridges, R. N. ot a daughter.
Esq. of Cononsyth, to William, daughter to R - At Shrubhill, Leith Walk, the Lady of John
Gibson, Esq; Mansfield, Esq. of a daughter.
- At Millfield, by Leven, Mr Henry Balfour, 20. At Hillhousefield, Mrs James Borthwick, of Durie, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr Robert a daughter.
Bisset, Millfield. - Mrs Tod, 46, Charlotte Square, of a daugh 25. At Glasgow, Henry Houldsworth, jun. Esg. ter.
to Helen, only daughter of the late James Hamil25. At Larchgrove, near Edinburgh, Mrs Dr ton, Esq. of Glasgow. Morison, of a son, being her fifteenth child.
- At Dolphingston, Mr Samuel Johnston, BarLately. In Castle Street, the Lady of Colonel bauchlaw, to Christiana Mary, daughter of Mr O'Connel, 73d Regiment, of a daughter.
- At Edinburgh, Mr David Robertson, merMARRIAGES.
chant, Grangemouth, to Euphernia, daughter of Jan. 21. At Googry, East Indies, Joseph Wool John Charles, Esq. Sciennes Street. ley, Esq. assistant-surgeon 2d battalion Gth Regi. 27. At the Manse of Methlick, James Nicol, Esq. ment, to Mary, eldest daughter of Lieut.-Colonel advocate in Aberdeen, to Barbara, only daughter W. G. Maxwell, commanding that battalion. of the late Rev. George Allan, minister of New
Feb. 8. At Bengal, Thomas Reid Davidson, Esq. hills. of the Civil Service, to Helen Eliza, eldest daugh 29. At Rankillor Street, Edinburgh, Mr John ter of Lieut.-Colonel J. Paton, Commissary-Ge C. Tweedie, merchant, Leith, to Helen, only neral in Bengal.
daughter of Alexander Cunningham, Esq. June 5. At Bombay, Donald Smith Young, Esq. - At Edinburgh, on Saturday, Sir Abraham of the Hon. East India Company's Medical Ser Elton, Bart. of Cleveden Court, Somerset, to vice, Madras Establishment, to Mary, second Mary, eldest daughter of the late William Stewart, daughter of Campbell Mackintosh, Esq. of Dal Esq. of Castle Stewart, and niece of Kenneth, migavie, Inverness-shire.
Earl of Seaforth.
DEATHS. to Miss Marjory Forman, of that city.
Dec. 8. 1822. At Canton, Captain Thomas San. Oct. 17. At Kingsburgh, Isle of Skye, the Rev. ders, of the Orwell, Indiaman. Roderick M‘Leod, minister of Brackadale, to Feb. 11, 1823. At Chunar, Bengal, Lieut. George Miss Ann M‘Donald ; and on Nov. 2d, George Gordon, of the 21st Regiment, N. I. and Fort Gun, Esq. to Miss Margaret M‘Donald, both Adjutant at Chunar. daughters of D. M‘Donald, Esq. of Skeabost. Mar. 20. At Fort Marlborough, Bencoolen, the
23. At Sheriff Mill, near Elgin, Alex. Suther lady of Lieut.-Colonel M Innes, of the Hon. East and, Esq. Rose Valley, to Ann, daughter of John India Company's service. Innes, Esq.
April 21. At Choadiinghow, East Indies, Lieut, 27. At Denbie, Thomas Dickson, Esq. of Lon John Hadaway, 24th Native Infantry, Bengal, don, to Mary, second daughter of Lieut.-Colonel surveyor of Government lands in Rochileund, Carruthers of Denbie.
and eldest son of the late Patrick Hadaway, Esq. 30. At Wandsworth, Archibald Montgomery Aug. 50. At St Thomas's in the East, Jamaica, Maxwell, Captain in the Royal Artillery, to Mary, Mrs Monro of Novar. third daughter of John Falconer Atlec, Esq. of Oct. 3. At Rasay House, the same day with her West Hill House, Wandsworth.
brother, James M'Leod of Rasay, Mrs Martin of Nov. 1. James Webster, Esq. of Balmuir, For Attadale. farshire, and of West Ham, Essex, to Miss Eliza 4. At Xerez de la Frontera, in Spain, James beth Ramsay, of Mark Lane.
Gordon, Esq. senior partner of the old established 3. At Bush House, Fisherrow, Lieut. Patrick house of Gordon & Co. of said city. Kerr, Royal Navy, to Helen, daughter of Mr 11. At Auchtermuchty, Mr James Bowes, surRobert Mitchell, wood-merchant.
geon, aged 74. 4. In Castle Street, Lieut. Henry Steele, of the 16. At his residence, in the Royal Arsenal, Royal Navy, to Margaret, third daughter of the Woolwich, Lieut.-General Baily Willington, Cololate Captain John Stenhouse, of the 20th Regi. nel Commandant of the 2d Battalion of the Royal ment of Foot.
Regiment of Artillery. - At Haddington, Mr James Gibson, to Mary 19. At Perth, Mrs Hosack, wife of Dr Hosack, Ann, youngest daughter of the late Robert Somer physician there, late surgeon to his Majesty's forces. ville, Esq. surgeon there.
20. At Edinburgh, David Rutherford, youngest 6. At Barossa Place, Perth, Mr William Wilson, son of the Rev. James Rutherford, minister of bookseller, Edinburgh, to Margaret, eldest daugh Hownam. ter of the late John White, Esq.
24. At Musselburgh, Mrs William Charles, jun. 10. At Mary-le-bone Church, London, Walter 25. At Elie, Fifeshire, Dr John Croley, late Stevenson Davidson, Esq. of Inchmarlo, Kin
surgeon to the Canadian North-West Company, cardineshire, to Anne, only daughter of Gilbert - At Lynlish, near Granton, Lieut. Colonel Śir Mathison, Esq.
Maxwell Grant, K.C.B. late of the 420 Highland- At Stirling, John Telford, Esq. cashier of
eru. the Stirling Bank, to Jane, eldest daughter of 26. At Gremston Lodge, Yorkshire, Mrs Hag. Thomas Wright, Esq. of Glenny, late Provost of gerston, jun. of Ellingham. Stirling.
- At Muttonhole, Mr Robert Renton, farmer 12. At Polmally Glen, Urquhart, Inverness-shire, there. Sir Charles Chambers, one of the Judges of the 27. At Rink, Mr Thomas Arras, farmer, CraigSupreme Court of Judicature at Bombay, to Isa crook.