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

31st October, 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Braidwood, Francis, tacksman of Collalo Quarry,

and stone-merchant, residing in Edinburgh
Crichton, James, spirit-dealer, Glasgow
Ferguson, James, banker and writer in Stewarton
Gavin, Peter, ship-chandler, Leith
Gordon, Patrick, stationer and paper-dealer, Glas-

Lindsay, A. & J. flour and grain-dealer, Glasgow
Lover, Mrs Mary, late china-dealer in Edinburgh,

now in Leith
Macintosh, Arthur, bookseller, Inverness
M‘Alpin & Fisher, brick-makers, Glasgow
M'Iver, John, nursery and seedsman in Muthil,

Paterson, M. & Co. fire-brick manufacturers, Port

Dundas, near Glasgow
Sanders, John, cooper and fish-curer, Leith
Sutherland, John, of Northfod, merchant, Dun-

Torrance, James, grain and spirit-dealer, Glas-


Dobson, James, drysalter, Glasgow; a dividend

29th October
Laird, J. & Co. merchants, Greenock; a dividend

of 3s. per pound, 24 November
Lumsden, J. merchant in Dysart; a dividend 10th

M‘Coul, J. & Sons, merchants, Glasgow; a divi-

dend 13th November
Macgibbon, Edmund, merchant in Glasgow; a di-

vidend 21st November Peacock, Rob. & Sons, merchants, Paisley; a divi

dend of 3s. 4d. per pound, 27th November Penman, Andrew, bookseller, Glasgow; a divi

dend 8th December Pollock, A. & J. cotton-yarn-merchants, Paisley;

a dividend 11th November Robey, George, merchant in Anstruther; a divi

dend 27th November Smith, J. & Co. booksellers at Peterhead; a divi

dend 7th November

1st.......39s. Od.

.31s. Od.
3d,......23s. Od.


1st,...... 22s. Od. 1st,.....19s. Od.
2d,...... 216. Od. 2d, ..17s. 6d.

3d, ......19s. Od. 3d, ......16s. 6d.
Average of Wheat, £1:11:3 per boll.

Pease & Beans, 1st,......22s. Od. 2d, 20s. 6d. 3d, ......19s. 6d.


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Tuesday, October 31. Beef (17} oz. per Ib.) Os 5d. to Os. 7d. Quartern Loaf Os. 9d. to Os. 10d. Mutton

Os. 4d. to Os. 7d. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 10d. to Os.
Lamb, per quarter 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. Fresh Butter, per lb. ls. 2d. to Os.

Os. 6d. to Os. 9d. Salt ditto, per stone, 16s. Od. to Os.
Os. 5d. to Os. 70. Ditto, per lb.

ls. Od. to Os. Tallow, per stone 88. 6d. to 9s. Od. Eggs, per dozen . Os. Od. to ls.


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Beans. 1st,...... 40s. Od. 1st,......00s. Od. | 1st,... ..00s. Od. 1st....... 20s. 6d. 1st,......21s. Od. 2d, .34s. Od. 2d, ......00s. Od. | 2d, ......00s. Od. | 2d,......18s. Od. | 2d,......18s. Od. 30, ......dos. Od. 3d, ......00s. Od. 3a, ......00s. Od. | 3d,...... 155. Od. | 3d,......158. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1:8:11d. 11-12ths.

3. (Wheat,


per 70 lbs.

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London, Corn Exchange, Nov. 6.

Liverpool, Nov. %.
8. d. s. d.

s.d. $. d. Wheat, Red, new 36 to 50 Hog Pease. 32 to 31 Fine ditto 54 to 62 Mapie

Pease, grey 34 0 to 38 0

34 to 36 Superfine ditto to White pease

40 to 43 Eng. new 8 3 to 8 9-White . . 14 O to 50 O Ditto old

Flour, English,
- to - Boilers
42 to 46 American

to White, new 40 to 55 New do.


p.240 lb.fine59 0 to 41 0 Irish

37 0 to 40 0 Fine ditto

60 to 64 Small Beans,new 40 to 43|Dutch Red Superfine do. 65 to 68 Old do.

42 to Riga


Ameri. p. 196 lb. Ola do.

Sweet, U.S. 27 0 to 31 0 to Tick do. new


21 to 29 Archangel Foreign -to-Old do.

42 to

Canada 710 to 8 o Do. in bond 22 0 to 25 O Brank, new

26 0 to 28 O Scotch to - Foreign -to

7 9 to 8 3 Sour do.. Rye 30 to 32 Feed Oats 18 to 20 Irish, old 7 6 to ŏ 0 Oatmeal, per 240 lb.

26 0 to 29 0 Barley

English 24 to 26 Fine do. 21 to 23 Barley, per 60 lbs.

Scotch 22 0 to 25 0 Fine new 27 to 30 Poland do

• 21 to 22 Eng.

4 0 to 16

22 0 to 25 0 Superfine -to-Fine do. 24 to 25 -Malting - to Malt • 50 to 56 Potato do. 24 to 26

Scotch 3 6 to 5 9 Bran,p.24lbs. 1 1 to 1 3 Fine do. 56 to 60 Fine do. .

27 to 28 Irish ... 3 5 to 3 7 Butter, Beef, goc

Oats, per 45 lb.
Seeds, &c.

Butter, per cwt. s.
Eng. pota. . 3 0 to 3 3 Belfast new 83 to 84
Irish do. 2 9 to 3 0 Newry.

81 to 82 Must. Brown, 12 to 15 Hempseed 48 to 56 Scotch do..3 to 32 Waterford 75 to 76 -White 14 to 15 Linseed crush. 56 to 63 Rye, per qr. 30 0 to 34 o Cork, pick. 23, 74 to 75 Tares. 8 to 9 New for. Seed 70 to 76 Malt per b.

64 to 66 Turnip, White 17 to 20 Ribgrass ... 18 to 441-Fine 8 6 to 9 0 Beef, p. tierce 110 to 120 -New

O to Clover, Red . 42 to 74 -Middling 6 6 to 7 0 Tongu. p. firk. 75 to 80 -Yellow. 20 to 24 - White. 50 to 106 Beans, pr qr.

Pork, p. bar. 60 to 70 Caraway, new 60 to 65 Coriander 16 to 20 English 42 0 to 44 0 Bacon, p. cwt. Canary, new . 84 to 88 Trefoil, 30 to 72 Irish. 36 0 to 39 0-Short middles 56 to 58 New Rapeseed, £38 to £10.

Rapeseed, p. l. £34 to £35 Hams, dry 54 to 58

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Average Prices of Corn of England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week

ended 4th Nov. 1820. Wheat, 57s. 60.-Rye, 36s. 6d.-Barley, 28s. ld.--Oats, 21s. Od.-Beans, 38s. ld.-Pease, 39s. 1d.

Oatmcal, 22s. 1d.-Beer or Big, 0s. Od.


The temperature during the month of October, has been gradually, though slowly, on the decline. At the beginning of the month, the maximum was about 58, and the minimum 43, towards the end the former was but a few degrees above 40, and the latter several de. grees below it. On the 9th the thermometer sunk to the freezing point, and on the 28th half a degree below it, but on several other days the ground was covered with hoar frost. The barometer, during the first 10 days, stood above 30 inches, after the 15th it was seldom so high as 29. For the first fortnight there was no rain, with the exception of a slight shower on the 1st, but after the 15th it rained frequently, and sometimes very heavily. The state of the hygrometer has been much the same as during the month of October last year, but as the temperature is this year lower by about 2 degrees, the quantity of moisture in the atmosphere has been considerably less. It is generally understood, that the mean temperature of the last 10 days of October, is a near approximation to the average temperature of the whole year. This season the former must be the lower of the two by at least 3 degrees. The temperature of spring water is 3} degrees below wh it was in October 1819. The average of the daily extremes is again less than that of 10 morning and evening.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, Extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east

from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

41.0 48.0

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THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat,

49.5 Maximum

3d day

58.0 .....cold, 39.1 Minimum,


31.5 ......... temperature, 10 A.M.

46.3 Lowest maximum, 29th, ..., 10 P.M.

43.3 | Highest minimum, 3d, .........of daily extremes, 44.3 Highest, 10 A.M. 3d,

54.0 .............10 A.M. and 10 P.M.

41.8 Lowest ditto


38.0 .4 daily observations,

44.5 Highest, 10 P.M.


50.0 Whole range of thermometer,

323.5 Lowest ditto


38.0 Mean daily ditto, 10.4 Greatest range in 24 hours, 4th,

20.5 ........ temperature of spring water,

Least ditto,



Inches. Mean of 10 A.M. (temp. of mer. 51.) 29.455 Highest 10 A.M.


30.500 ............ 10 P.M. (temp. of mer. 51.) 29.455 Lowest ditto,


28.505 ........ both, (temp. of mer. 51.)

29.155 Highest 10 P.M.


30.495 Whole range of barometer,

Lowest ditto,


28.575 Mean ditto, during the day, .123 Greatest range in 24 hours, 14th,

.780 ...... night,

Least ditto,


.015 in 24 hours,


HYGROMETER. Degrees. HYGROMETER. Degrees. Leslie. Highest, 10 A, M. 20,

36.0 Rain in inches,


Lowest ditto, 24th,
Evaporation in ditto,

Highest, 10 P.M.


19.0 Mean daily Evaporation,


Lowest ditto, 22d, Leslie. Mean, 10 A. M.


Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. 6th, 18.0 ...... 10 P. M.


Lowest ditto, 13th, 28.0 ... both 13.5

Highest 10 P.M. 22d, 44.0 Anderson. Point of Dep. 10 A.M.


Lowest ditto,

11th, 30.0 ................. 10 P.M.

37.1 ......... Relat.Hum. Highest, 10 A.M. 15th, 94,0 ... both, 37.4

.... Least ditto, 21st, 56.0 Relat. Humid. 10.A.M.


........ Greatest, 10 P.M. 92, 97.0 10 P. M. 81.5

Least ditto, 14th, 71.0 both,


Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest, 10 A.M.6th, .929 ...............Grs. mois. in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M. .165

Least ditto 21st, .117 ....................................................... 10 P.M. .161

Greatest, 10 P.M. 22d, .198 ..................... both, .163

............. Least ditto,

11th, 120 Fair days, 20; rainy days, 11, Wind west of Meridian, 15; east of meridian, 16.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in

the Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afterThe second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register



Ther. Wind.

Attach. The rBarom. Ther.


Ther. Barom

Oct. 17{ M.36 28.569 1.45 } N.


E. 45


3 M.402


4 M.46




fair day.

Rain all day.

22{ 23{


M.41 29.677 M.51

Fair foren. Oct. 1 E. 47

W. .790 E. 51

rain aftern.
SM.40 .940 M.51

W. Ditto.
E. 49 30.193 E. 52
.326 M.51

Dull, but

E.50 .382 E. 54

.352 M.53

UE. 52 .395 E. 53

SM.37 .302 M.51


UE.45 .255 E.52
M.40 .218 M.51

Rain morn. 6

VE. 48 .128 E. 53
M.44 ,113 M.51)


E. 49 29.999 E. 51

M.42 .999 M.50


E. 49 30.126 E.49
M.403 .102 M.48

Frost morn. 9

E. 46 .152 E. 48
M.33 29.960 M.47

Frost morn. 10

E. 41

.882 E. 49

.812 M.473Cble. Fair,

E. 41 .812 E. 48
M.30 .788 M.46

Frost morn. 12

E. 38 760 E. 49

781 M.45

Dull, but

E.'40 .577 E. 45 ) fair.

.301 M.45 s. Ditto.
E. 46 .203 E. 45 )
M.37 28.530M.47

Fair foren. 15

s. E. 48 .450 E. 39

rain aftern. 16 M.361 .526 M.47

s. Dull & cold. E. 43 .143.E. 15 )

M.31 E. 39 M.33 E. 40 M.33% E. 39 M.33 E. 40 M.38 E. 45 M.313 E. 41 SM.33 E. 36 M.32 E. 39 M.34 E. 43 M.35 E. 11 M 307 E. 37 M.30 E. 42

.404 E. 45

Rain. .650 M.45

Rain foren,

N. .993 E. 45

fair aftern. .894 M.43

Frost morn. .616 E. 43


fair day. .383 M.42

Rain foren.

Cble. .865 E. 41}

fair aftern. 985 M.42

W. .972 E. 43

Fair. .389 M.41 .501 E. 52 ) E. .680 M.45)

Dull, but

W. .648 E. 45

fair. .450 M.43 . 158 E. 43W. .660 M.41 .866 E. 45 S .834 M.43 .576 E. 45 Cble. Dull, but .701 M.45 .104 E. 45 ) N.

Rain. .277 M.13) .352 E. 45

W. Dull, but

fair. .104 M.411

Fair foren.

S.E. .890 E. 41

rain af tern. .999 M.42 .147 E. 42 S.

Fair. .215 M,54 .239 E. 44 )

Rain morn. fair day. Fair.

dull day.



fair day.




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Ensign Waring, Lieut. vice Glasson dead

do. 0. Robinson, Ensign

do. Ensign Shinkwin, Adj. and Lieut, vice Allen, prom.

9 Feb. Hosp. Assist. Trigance, Assist. Surg. vice Ardley. 71 F.

12 Oct. Lieut. St George, Capt. by purch. vice Maxwell, ret.

28 Sept. Ensign Campbell, Lieut. by purch. do. R. La Touche, Ensign by purch. do. Lt. Brooksbank, from 24 F. Capt. by purch. vice Tripp

Oct. 12 Ensign North, Lieut. vice Russell, 10 R. Vet. Bn.

Sept. 21 B. Browne, Ensign

do. Ensign Sutherland, from 87 F. Ensign, vice Carroll, cancelled

Oct. 5 Lieut. Purcell, Adj. vice Madigan, res. Adj. only

Feb. 1 Bt. Maj. Hutchison, Maj. vice Moles.

worth, killed in action Dec. 5, 1819 Lieut. French, Capt.

do. J. D. Brown, Ensign

do. Ensign M'Carthy, Adj. vice French prom.

do. Bt. Maj. Giles, Maj. vice Fehrzen, dead

Jan. 20 Ensign Taggart, Lt. vice Fitz-Gerald, dead

Feb. 11 W. Krefting, Ensign

do. Lieut. Col. Macbean, fm. h. p. 99 F. Licut.

Col. vice Calvert, cancelled Oct 5. Lieut, Oulton, Capt. vice Dix, dead do. Ensign Brown, Licut.

do. R. 1. Coghlan, Ens. vice A. Grieve, dead

Sept. 28 Bt. Lt. Col. Roberts, Maj. vice Goodridge, dead

Oct. 5 Lieut. Eaton, Captain

do. Ensign Mansell, Lieut.

do. G. Damerum, Ensign

do. Ensign Donnithorne, Lt. vice Place, prom.

do. C. Estridge, Ens. vice Coleman, ret. do. 4

MILITARY. Capt. Blake, h. p. 6 Garr. Bn. to be Major in the Army

4 June 1814 - T. H. Harrison, R. Art. to be Maj. in the Army

12 Aug. 1819 S. Kirby, R. Art. to be Maj. in the Army

do. C. de Havilland, 8 F. to be Maj. in the Army

do. R.H.G. T. P. Cosby, Cornet by purch. vice Dash

28 Sep. 1820 3 Dr Gent. Cadet T. B. May, from R. Mill. Coll. Cornet by purch. vice J. May, ret.

5 Oct. 11 Bt. Lt. Col. Childers, Lt. Col. by purch. vice Diggens, ret.

21 Sept. Cornet Crole, Lieut. vice Jordan, dead

do. 20 14 Bt. Lt. Col. Percy, Maj. by purch. vice Brotherton, 22 Dr.

Oct. 12 Lieut. Charlton, Capt. by purch.

do. Cornet Gooch, Lieut. by purch.

do. 22 Bt. Lt. Col. Brotherton, Lt. Col. by purch. vice Travers, ret.

Oct. 12 Lt. Taylor, Capt. by purch. vice Vernon, ret.

Jan. 2 Cornet Kierulf, Lieut, by purch. do. Lord Francis Conyngham, Cornet by purch. vice Harrison, prom.

Sept. 21 F. G. Ensign and Lieut. Shawe, Lieut. and Capt. by purch. vice Baynes, ret. Oct. 5

Cornwall, from h. p. Ensign and Lieut. by purch, . do.

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May 11
Sept. 28

65 F. Gent. Cadet J. A. Walker, fm. R. Mil. 75 F. Lieut. Baldwin, from h. p. 14 F. Lieut. Coll, Ens. vice Donnithorne do. 5

vice Payne, exch.

do. T. Coleman, Qua. Master, vice Johnstone, 81

-- Horton, from 71 F. Capt. by purch. dead

do. 4
vice Bowles, ret.

do. 5 Surg. Stewart, from 71 F. Surg. vice Bur

Ensign Oakley, Lieut. vice Armstrong, 10 rell, dead

do. 12
Vet. Bn.

do. 19 67 As. Sarg. J. French, from Med. Staff, As.

E. Harrison, Ensign

do. Surg. vice Greig, cancelled

Sept. 28 82 Capt. Hervey, from 22 F. Capt. vice 71 As. Surg, Ardley. fm. 17 F. Surg. vice

French, exch.

do. Stewart, 65 F.

Oct. 11 87 Lieut. Caroll, Capt. vice Turner, 10 Vet. 87 J. M. Ogilvie, Ensign, vice Sutherland,


do. 46 F.

do. 5

Ensign Reade, Lieut.
As. Surg. Mouat, fm. 21 Dr. As. Surg.

R. R. Harris, Ensign

do. vice Robson, h. p. 21 Dr. March 21 90

Capt. Paget, from h. p. 31 F. Capt. vice 88 Ensign Clarke, Lt. vice Hilliard, 1 R.

Wilby, exch.

do. Vet. Bn.

Oct. 12 4 R.V.B. Galbraith. from 1 F. Capt. vice W. H. Hartopp, Ensign by purch. do.

Mackay, canc.

do. 89 Ensign W. J. King, Lt. vice Moulson, 7

Mitchell, from 50 F. Capt. vice dead

Jan. 29
Odlum, canc.

do. 90 Ensign Stuart, Lieut.

Sept. 28 8

Bt. Maj. Williamson, from 2 F. Capt, vice F, White, Ensign, vice Newton, 8 R.

Fairtlough, canc.

do. Vet. Bn.

do. 21 10

Capt. Turner, from 87 F. Capt. rice G. C. M. L. W. S. Johnston, Ensign, vice

Browne, canc.

do. Stuart

do. 28

Lieut. Jones, from h. p. 60 F. Lieut. vice Lieut. Munro, Adj. vice Crawford, 8 R.

Eagar, canc.

do. Vet. Bn.

Medical Department. 2 W.I.R. As. Surg. Haskins, fm. Med. Staff, Sur

As. Surg. Ramsay, from h. p. As. Surg. to geon, vice Murray, h. p.

the Forces, vice French, 67 F. do. Hosp. As. Maclauchlan, As. Surg. vice

O'Beirne, appointed to Staff Oct. 12

Capt. Chitty, from 35 F. rec. diff. with Captain
Medical Department.

Teulon, h. p. 30 F.
Dr Nicoll, Surg. to the Forces, Dep. Insp. Lieut. Gale, from 11 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. Bar-

of Hosp. in Africa only Oct. 12, 1820 well, h. p. 1 Dr.
Surg. J. Elliot, fm. h. p. Surg. to the

Lieut. Hollingworth, from 14 Dr. rec. diff.
Forces, vice Dunkin, ret. h. p. Sept. 28 with Lieut. Davis, h. p. 22 Dr.
-Broadfoot, fm. h. p. Sicilian R. Surg.

Clarke, from 11 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. to the Forces


Maxwell, h. p. 24 Dr.
Assist. Surg. O'Beirne, fm. 2 W. I. R. As.

Brice, from 23 F. rec. diff, with Lieut.
Surg. to the Forces, vice Haskins, 2. W. Douglas, h. p. 66 F.
I. R.

Oct. 12

Arinstrong, from 55 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. W. Doherty, Hosp. As. Surg. Troward, h. p. 51 F. to the Forces, vice Maclauchlan, 2 W.

M Anally, from 90 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. I. R.


Ottley, h. p. 84 F. Additions and Alterations too late for inser

Anderson, from 1 W. 1, R. rec. diff. with

Lieut. Halfhide, h. p. 3 W. 1. R. tion in their respective Places. Cornet and Sub-Lieut. J. Hall, from 1 Life Gds. 1 L. Gds. Lieut. J. Hall, from h. p. 6 Dr. Lieut. with Cornet C. Hall, h. p. 6 Dr.

vice Manners, exch. Oct. 13, 1820 Ensign Robertson, from 33 F. 2d Lieut. Daly, 3 D. Gds. Mercer, from 70 G. vice Hughes,

Riile Brig. exch.

19 do.

Stretch, from 38 F. with Ensign Conolly, 4

Griffiths, from h. p.79 F. Qua. Mast. h. p. 11 F. vice Cochrane, ret. h. p.


Mathewson, from 54 F. with Ensign Pat16 Dr. Baker, Capt. by purch. vice Wey toun, h. p. R. Afri. Corps land, ret.


Badcock, from 81 F. with Ensign Douglass,
Cornet Tuite, Lieut. by purch. do. h. p. 57 F.
Sir T. W. White, Bt. Cornet by purch. Qua. Mast. Johnstone, from 60 F. with Qua. Mast.


Kiens, b. p.
IF Lieut. Billing, Capt. vice Galbraith, 4

Resignations and Retirements.
Vet. Bn.

do. Lieut. Col. Diggens, 11 Dr.
Ensign Bruce, Lieut.


Travers, 22 Dr.
W. H. Church, Ensign

do. Capt. Vernon, 22 Dr. 2 Lieut. Hair, Capt. vice Williamson, 8 Vet.

Baynes, 2 F. G.


Maxwell, 18 F.
Ensign Proctor, Licut.


Tripp, 26 F.
J. B. Dalway, Ensign

do. Cornet J. May, 3 Dr. 22 Capt. French, from 82 F. Capt. vice Her Ensign Coleman, 65 F.


Appointments Cancelled. 24 Lieut. Wall, from h. p. 40 F. Lieut. vice The Exchange between Lieut. Col. Daniel, 54 F. Gray, exch.

do. and Lieut. Col. Calvert, h. p. 72 F. Ensign Cornwall, from 38 F. Lieut. by

Ensign Carroll, 46 F. purch. vice Brookshank, 26 F. do. 19

Superseded. 28 Capt. Magennis, from 37 F. Capt. vice Paymaster O'Connor, 11 F. he having deserted Moriarty, h. p. 71 F.

do. from his Regt.
Rist, from h. p. 37 F. Capt. vice

Burton, exch.

do. Maj. Gen. Kersteman, Roy. Eng. Sept. 24, 1820 37

East, from h. p. 30 F. Capt. vice Lieut. Colonel Goodridge, 62 F. Halifax, Nova Cox, exch.

do. 18 Scotia Barrallier, from h, p. 71 F. Capt.

Aug. 23 Captain Dix, 57 F. Dublin, vice Magennis, 28 F. do. 19

Sept. 14

Crow, h. p. 56 Mary Vale, Newry 38 H. Grimes, Ensign, vice Cornwall, 24 F.

June 30 do.

Sir Æneas M'Intosh, Bt. h. p. 71 F. Jan. 21 50 Lieut. Patterson, Capt. vice Mitchell, Lieut. Glasson, 2 F. Demarara

July 20 7 Vet. Bu.


Moulson, 89 F.
Ensign Tudor, Lieut.


Bird, Royal Invalids, Alston, Lincolnshire J. B. Ross, Ensign do.

Aug. 26 63 Lieut. Douglas, from h. p. 68 F. Lieut.

Ross, late 5 R. Vet. Bn.

March 3 vice Perceval, exch. rec. diff. do.

Trotter, h. p. 31 F.

Sept. 4 70

Hughes, from 3 Dr. G. Lieut. vice Ensign Adolphus Grieve, 71 F. Spanish Town, Mercer, exch. do. Jamaica

July 31 71 Ensign Impett, Lieut. by purch. vice Hor

Carter, h. p. 15 F. Liverpool Feb. 21, 1820 ton, 81 F.

do. 5

Moore, h. p. 60 F. Portobello G. Strangways, Ens. by purch. do. Paymaster Tomlinson, 28 F. Corfu 74 C. A. Vallancey, Ens. by purch. vice Ar Colwell, h. p. 4 F.

Oct. 1 buthnot, 4 F

do. 19 Surgeon Burrell, 65 F

vey, exch.

Aug. 16

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5. At Edinburgh, the lady of Philip Hays, Esq. Aug. 2. At Malta, the lady of Captain Robert of Balmakewan, a son. Tait, R.N. a son.

- At James'-place, Leith, Mrs Robert Dudgeon, 17. At Basseterre, Island of St Kitts, the lady of a son. James Hay, Esq. of the Customs, a son.

Lately-at 114, George-street, Edinburgh, the Sept. 21. At Leith, Mrs Stewart, Constitution lady of Captain Menzies, a daughter. street, a daughter. 22. At Downhill, county Derry, Ireland, the

MARRIAGES. lady of James Robertson Bruce, Esq. a son.

Jan. 1. At Government-house, Calcutta, Major 23. The lady of John Somerset, a son.

A. Lindsey, of the artillery, to Miss Flora Loudoun 25. At Mylnefield-house, Mrs Mylne, of Mylne Mackenzie, daughter of the late Donald Mackenfield, a daughter.

zie of Hartfield, Esq. 26. At Luton Park, Lady James Stewart, a March 22. At Meerut, in the East Indies, daughter,

Lieutenant George Brooke, of the horse artillery, At Southampton, the lady of George Holmes to Catherine, niece of Dr Cochrane, late President Jackson, Esq. of Glenmore, a son.

of the Medical Board, Calcutta. 27. At Maxpoffle, Mrs Scott, younger of Rae Sep. 26. At Swanmore-house, the seat of Alexburn, a daughter.

ander Shearer, Esq. by special license, the Right 29. At 9, Queen-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Bell, a Hon. Hans Francis, Earl of Huntingdon, to Eliza daughter.

Mary, widow of the late Alexander Thistlethwaite, Oct. 4. At Durie, Mrs Christie, a son.

Esq. of Hampshire, and eldest daughter of the late 5. At Northumberland-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Joseph Bettesworth, Esq. of the Isle of Wight. James Moncrieff, a son.

30. Lieutenant-Colonel Elphinstone, third son of - At Queen-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Inglis, a the Honourable William Elphinstone, to Diana daughter.

Maria, daughter of Charles Clavering, Esq. 6. At Edinburgh, the lady of Sir George Sitwell, Oct. 2. At Rankeillor-street, by the reverend Dr 1. Bart. of Renishaw, in the county of Derby, a son Anderson, Alexander Hector, Esq. writer, Edinand heir,

burgh, to Agnes Melville, daughter of Mr Patriek - At Glengarry-house, the lady of Colonel Mackay, merchant, Edinburgh. M'Donell of Glengarry, a daughter.

- At Vogrie-house, Warren Hastings Anderson, 7. At Corsbie, Newton-Stewart, the Hon. Mrs Esq. second son of David Anderson, Esq. of St Montgomerie Stewart, a daughter.

Germains, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of At 15, Catherine-street, Edinburgh, Mrs James Dewar Esq. of Vogrie. Powell, a daughter.

3, At Amelia Bank, Dundee, by the Rev. H. 9. At Hill-end, Greenock, the lady of Capt. Bar Horsley, Adam Hunter, Esq. M.D. surgeon, wick, of the 79th, or Cameronian Highlanders, a son. Edinburgh, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the

12. Mrs William Alexander, 5, Castle-street, late John Kirkcaldy. Esq. Edinburgh, a son.

5. At Edinburgh, the reverend Alexander Dun13. The lady of Duncan Robertson, Esq. of Car. can, Dundee, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr Tho. ron-Vale, a son.

mas Grieve, Nicolson-square. - At Queen-street, Edinburgh, Lady Ellinor 6. At Comely Bank, Peter Cameron, Esq. in Campbell, a daughter.

the service of the Hon. East India Company, to - At Aberdeen, Mrs Lumsden of Tilwhilly, a Mary Ann Allan, third daughter of Mr William daughter.

Allan, Comely Bank. 14. In Northumberland-street, Edinburgh, the 9. At Cannoby, Mr Andrew Armstrong, surlady of Capt. Hodgson, R.N. a son.

geon, grenadier guards, to Jean, eldest daughter of 15. The Duchess of Newcastle, a son.

Mr Fergus Armstrong, Cornerhouse. In Charles-street, Berkeley.square, London, At Kemyshall, William Goldie, writer in Lady Sophia, wife of James Macdonald, Esq. M.P. Dumfries, to Janet, eldest daughter of Robert a son.

Dinwoodie, Esq. of Kemyshall, 16. At Grange, Mrs Cadell, a son.

10. At Crookston-house, by the Rev. Dr Peddie, - At Seacot, Mrs Balfour, a son.

James Greig, Esq. of Eccles, W.S. to Agnes, second At Millburn Tower, Mrs Ramage Liston, a daughter of John Borthwick, Esq. of Crookston. daughter.

16. At Mary-la-bonne New Church, London, - At his house, in Charlotte-square, Edinburgh, Captain Lewis Mackenzie, Royal Scots Greys, to the lady of Thomas Maitland, younger of Dun Nancy, only daughter of the late Samuel Forrestdrennan, Esq. a son.

er Bancroft, Esq. - At Clifton, the lady of Major-General Mac At Balrymounth, Mr George Menzies, enleod, a daughter.

graver, Edinburgh, to Mary, eldest daughter of - AtCheltenham, Lady Catherine Halkett,a son. Mr James Clerk, Balrymounth.

17. At Birmingham, the lady of Major Car 17. At Hospitalfield, Capt. Fyfe, R.N. to Henmichael, of the 6th dragoon guards, of a son and rietta Elizabeth, third daughter of the late David heir.

Hunter, Esq. of Blackness. 18. At Penicuik-house, Lady Clerk, a son.

- At Hendersyde Park, Captain George Ed19. At Cramond-house, Mrs Hope Johnstone of ward Watts, R.N. to Jane, youngest daughter of Annandale, a son.

George Waldie, Esq. of Hendersyde, Roxburghshire. Mrs James H. Ross, Dundas-street, Edinburgh, - At Edinburgh, Mr James Smith, baker, Kira daughter.

riemuir, lo Agnes, daughter of Mr Hunter, FounMrs W. Ferrier, Albany-street, Edinburgh, a tainbridge.

24. At Leith, Benjamin Pilliner, Esq. to Mrs 20. At Bank-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Rymer, a Gwynne, widow of the Rev. Frederick Gwynne. daughter.

In George's-square, Edinburgh, William 21. At Southsea, the lady of Sir James Alexander Downie Gillon, Esq. to Miss Scott of Sinton. Gordon, K.C.B. R.N. a daughter.

25. At Edinburgh, George William Tireman, 22. At Lord Belgrave's house, in Grosvenor Esq. of York, and of the Yorkshire regiment of square, London, Lady Belgrave, a daughter. hussars, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of Joseph

24. In Great King-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Leo Stainton, Esq. of Biggarshiells. pard Horner, a son.

- At Wakefield, William Campbell, Esq. W.S. 27. At the house of his Royal Highness the Duke Edinburgh, to Jane, second daughter of Hugh of Clarence, in Audley-square, London, the lady of Cleghorn, Esq. of Stravithie. Colonel Fitzelarence, a daughter.

2. At Leith, the reverend James Campbell, 28. The wife of Andrew Elder, a farmer's ser minister of Traquair, to Mary, daughter of Matvant in Pencaitland, East Lothian, of three fine thew Comb, Esq. brewer. boys, who with the mother are doing well.

28. At Edinburgh, Mr David Irving, to Miss 29. In Charlotte-square, Edinburgh, the Hon. Laing, daughter of the late Mr Charles Laing, of Mrs Dundas of Dundas, a daughter.

Cannobie. 30. In Montague-place, Russel-square, London, 30. At Gordon Hall, Aberdeenshire, Gideon the lady of Captain William Forrest, a daughter. Cranstoun, Esq. of Xerez de la Frontera, in Spain,

31. Mrs Hutchins, George-street, Ediuburgh, to Salvadora, eldest daughter of James Gordon, a daughter.

Esq. of the same place. Nov. 2. At 7, Albany-street, Edinburgh, the lady At Edinburgh, Alexander Spiers Crawford, of James Wilson, Esq. advocate, a daughter. Esq. 79th regiment, or Cameronian Highlanders, tó

4, At Dundas-street. Edinburgh, Mrs Colonel Margaret, eldest daughter of John Mitchell, Esq.


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