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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
23. At Belfast, Mr Peter Cumming, merchant,
Craig, merchant, Glasgow.
daughter of the Rev. Alexander Rose, one of the
30. In Hill Street, William Moncrieff Taylor,
the late Thomas Armstrong, Esq. of Glasgow.
engineers, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Čo-
3. The lady of William Stothert, Esq. of Car Feb. 2. In London, Lord Viscount Cranborne,
son of the Marquis of Salisbury, to Miss Gas-
youngest daughter of the late Robert Beatson of
At the Manse of Kirkpatrick-Juxta, the Rev.
daughter of the Rev. Dr Singer.
- At Dover, Captain Robert Deans, of the
to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Richard Clay,
8. At Edinburgh, John Farrie, Esq. Greenock,
mick, Esq. Dundas Street.
East India Company's military service, on the Ben-
daughter of John Burnett, Esq. of Elrick.
- Mrs Macintosh of Raigmore, of a daughter. third daughter of the late William Mackinnon Fra-
12. At Mayne, the lady of Colonel Hay of Wes ser, M. D. of Lower Grosvernor Square, and of
Esq. of Keithock, to Mary, youngest daughter of
In Gloucester Place, London, the lady of 19. At Prestonpans, Mr Robert Hislop, to Ann,
second daughter of F. B. Sydserff, Esq. of Ruch-
23. At Edinburgh, Alexander Burnet, A. M.
Ann, eldest daughter of the Rev. George Thomson
chant, Edinburgh, to Ann, only daughter of the
24. At Morpeth, William Lawson, Esq. of Lang-
Hester, only daughter of the late Mr Clark of
officer at Donvorist, Grandtully, to Grace, only
- At Great King Street, Mrs J. S. More, of a Aberfeldy.
26. At Glasgow, Joseph Ferrie, Esq. Blairtum-
Esq. Chapel, Fereneze.
27. At Edinburgh, Mr James White, surgeon,
Douglas, Honourable East India Company's ser-
March 2. At Edinburgh, Andrew Fyfe, M. D. to
late wine merchant, London.
James Walker, to Miss Madeline Erskine.
daughter of William Wren, Kendala
Hope, Lieutenant Alexander Chisholm Robertson,
Thomas, a midshipman of the Leander, and eldest
Aug. 9. At sea, (during a voyage from Bombay
Colonel Alexander M‘Donald of Boisdale.
Archibald Stuart, surgeon, Kelso.
24. At Kingston, Jamaica, Robert Fraser, son 3. The Rev. James Innes, minister of Yester,
4. At Pitcorthie, Fifeshire, Mr William Dods.
and Countess of Aberdeen, and wife of Edward
At Leith, Mrs Jane Stewart, wife of Mr Ro-
Dec. 1. At Demerara, aged 21, Mr Thomas At Tranent, Mr Andrew Blair, corn-mer-,
At Edinburgh, John Stenhouse, Esq. W. S.
bull, Esq. M. b.
Ker, minister of Stobo.
31. At Killin, Perthshire, Patrick Douglas, marnock.
phemia Craig, aged 19.
Rev. Dr Nicol, minister of the Scots Church,
10. At Musselburgh, Isobel M‘Donald, wife of
Major James T. Cowper, of the royal ar-
the late Archibald Ferrier Esq. W. S.
16. At Tullymet-house, Dr William Dick of 11. At Richmond, aged 90, Dr Adam Walker,
the celebrated Lecturer on Experimental Philo-
At her house, in Charlotte Square, the right
At Bogend, Robert, son of James Thomson,
At Baker Street, Portman Square, London, Constable and Wycliffe Hall.
e Lacerda, wife of 13. At London, Frederick, the youngest son of
14, At Edinburgh, John Campbell, Esq. Re-
At Arbroath, Mr David Kirkland, rector of At Aberdeen, George Gordon, Esq. of Spen-
15. The infant son of Major G. Cunninghame,
- At Balcarras Mill, Mr Thomas Fowlis, aged
Colonel George Irving.
er of Park Place.
(where he was born, and spent most of his days,/
At Banff, Miss Margaret Cross Young, third few weeks, being born 14th March, 1721. The
old man rendered him interesting to all who knew
habits, and evinced to the last that tranquillity of
remotest period of old age. This parish has long
tants: William Napier, a native of it, died some
Ritchie at 105; and there are some old people be-
20. At his house, in York Street, Portman
ham, aged 81.
2. At the Manse of Snizart, Mrs Mary Macleod, of the late Hugh Bairnsfather, Esq. W. S.
23. In George Square, Mrs Small, much and
26. Af Auchindinny, Mrs Crawford of Over-
loved and deeply regretted by her family and
INDEX TO VOLUME VIII.
ACTORS, remarks on the Lives of, 508 Brown, Captain, of the Edinburgh Police,
Cameronian, Macrabin the, 143, 319, 399
Carbery, Lord, remarks on his letter on the
Chalmers, Dr, review of his commercial
Christ's entry into Jerusalem, remarks on
Classics, Latin, translations from the less
Clark, Mungo, the south-country packman,
of the, 608
Pringle Correspondence, 12_Dr Pringle Corn, advantages of reaping it before it is
Death of Microscophus, and sale of his
Deaths, monthly lists of, 119, 240, 351,
Domestic Politics, observations on, 329
cause with that of the radicals, ib.Her
mon intended to be preached before the St Paul's, ib. Archdeacon Bathurst's
sermon, 382-Mr Cobbett's trial for li.
Constitutional association in London, 443
Duffle, Thomas, cloth-merchant in the Salt-
market of Glasgow, Voyages and Travels
of, 517_Voyage I. The Russian, 518,
637_Tale II. The Soldier's Mother,
Earthquake at Wanlockhead, 338
the, a novel, review of, 450
letter to the Lord Provost of, 204
Egan, Pierce, Esq. letter to, 671
Ireland, remarks on the present state of,
From Melmoth the Wanderer, 164 Johnson, Dr, and Bishop Warburton, on
_From Seneca's tragedy of Edipus, rior in real and true taste, ib.— as in
605-From Hagbarth and Signà, 646 void of that intellectual activity and elas.
Kenilworth, a romance, review of, 435
King, the, review of Lord Lauderdale's
proposed address to, 581
Remarks on his conduct since his
Latin Classics, Translations from the less
Lauderdale, Lord, review of his proposed
Letter from Captain Symonds, 40°
from Mr O'Fogarty, 40
Christ's entry into Jerusalem, 219 * 67
from a member of the Córk literary
from Ensign Odoherty, 190
from Dr Petre, on an attack in the
London Magazine, 207
tragedy, 45No. X. The Venetian Con to Pierce Egan, Esq. 671
Lillycross, the Harvest Kirn of, 399
224, 338, 464
Lithography, notice regarding, 226
Lock and Bar, a Botany Bay eclogue, 123
London Constitutional Association, account
Longevity, remarkable cases of, in Russia,
and North America, 466
Lunar sphere, a visit to the, 125
Macrabin, Mark, the Cameronian, 143,
Magnetism, Galvanic, notice respecting, 339
Man in the Moon, letter from, 667
Manuscripts, Ancient, new discoveries of,
Marriages, monthly lists of, 119, 299, 351,
481, 601, 707
Mary, the Soldier's Bride, an eclogue, 627 410.. Hymn to the Night Wind, 411–
Stanzas on the departure of a Friend from
-British Eclogues, 527-Sonnet to
school, 608- The Somnambulatory But-
-Stanzas, 614_Sonnet written off the
- Summer Twilight, 177-The Bard's written in a British burial-ground in In..
dia, 665_Remembered Beauty, 686_
Poor Laws, remedy for them divulged, 606
himself, us, and affairs in general, 536- Professional Men, why are they indifferent
poets ? 415
Publications, monthly list of new, 108, 230,
Pugilism, the sable school of, 69 ***
with the radicals, 3292 answers
to addresses, 331 visit to St Paul's, ib.
of Darkness, or the Venetian Conspiracy,
ronian, No. X. 143No. XI. 319_No.
ticle in the London Magazine, 207 Remarks on the sable school of pugilism,
Lochleven Castle, 9-Lines on reading Brown's letter to the Lord Provost, 204
on the writings and character
poetic inspiration, 362_n Brodie's in-