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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
BIRTHS.

12. In Montagu Square, London, the Lady of July 23, 1822. At Madras, the Lady of Major Colonel Robert Gordon, of a son. George Cadell, Assistant Adjutant-General, of a 13. At Edinburgh, Mrs Dewar of Lassodie, of

a daughter. Dec. 1. In Great King Street, Mrs Thos. Kinnear, At Edinburgh, Mrs George Wauchope, of a of a daughter.

At Dysart, Mrs Murray of a daughter. 14. At Langley, Derbyshire, the Lady of God

At Millbrook, Hants, the Lady of Major- frey Meynell, Esq. of Meynell Langley, of a son. General Sir Patrick Ross, of a son.

15. In Bedford Place, London, the Lady of Dr 4. At 16, Royal Circus, Mrs Renny, of a son, Edward Thomas Monro, of a son.

At Edinburgh, the Lady of William Ogilvie, -- At Leith Fort, the Lady of Colonel Walker, Esq. younger of Chesters, of a son.

of a daughter, - The Lady of J. Anstruther Thomson of 18. In Fettes Row, Mrs Pearson, of MyreCharleton, of a son.

cairnie, of a son. 5. In Wimpole Street, London, the Hon. J. T. 19. Mrs Bethune, of Blebo, of a daughter. Leslie Melville, of a daughter.

At Tayside, Mrs Dawson, of a daughter. 9. In Hope Street, the Hon. Mrs Peter Ramsay, 20. In Duke Street, Westminster, London, Mrs of a daughter.

John Campbell, of a daughter. - In Gloucester Place, London, the Lady of - At Banff, Mrs Captain M Lean, 2d West InSpencer Mackay, Esq. of a daughter.

dia Regiment of a son. - At Gala House, the Lady of John Scott, Esq. 21. At Bolly-hill, near Rochester, the Lady of of a son.

Captain M‘Leod, C. B. R. N. of a daughter. 10. At Findrassie House, the Lady of Charles 24. At No. 16, George Street, Mrs Haldane, of Abram Leslie, Esq. of Findrassie, of a son. a daughter.

12. At Sir Archibald Macdonald's, at Eastsheen, 25. At Quilon, Madras, the Lady of Claud CurMrs Randolph, of a daughter.

rie, Esq. surgeon, of a daughter. At 26, Forth Street, Mrs Lyon, of a daughter. 27. At Arniston Place, Newington, Mrs Charles 13. At St Andrews, Mrs Grace, of a son,

Sievwright, of a daughter. At Norfolk House, the Countess of Surrey, 29. At Baberton, the Lady of Archibald Christie, of a daughter.

Esq. of Baberton, of a daughter. 14. At Harpole, near Northampton, the Lady - At York Place, Edinburgh, the Lady of of the Hon. and Rev, T. L. Dundas, of a daugh- William Plomer, Esq. of a son. ter.

30. At Park-house, Mrs Gordon, of a daughter. At Rigment House, Bedfordshire, the Lady of Thomas Potter Macqueen, Esq. M, P. of a son

MARRIAGES. and heir.

Dec. 2. Mr Thomas Pender, jun. of the Stamp – In Heriot Row, the Lady of Donald Horne, Office, Edinburgh, to Eleanora, eldest daughter of Esq. W.S. of a son.

Joseph Stewart Menzies, Esq. of Foss. 15. In London Street, Mrs Boswell, of a sol. 3. At Cheltenham, Major Hill Dickson, 64th

At Florence, the Lady of Alexander Norman règiment, to Caroline Emma, second daughter of Macleod, Esq. of Harris, of a daughter.

Thomas Stoughton, Esq. of Ballyhorgan, county - 17, At Naples, the Lady of Alexander Thomp- of Kerry son, Esq. of a daughter.

- At Kirkaldy, Captain William Beveridge, of 18. At Maryfield, Edinburgh, Mrs J. Bruce, of the Pilgrim of Kirkaldy, to Margaret, daughter of

James Henry Esq. Kirkaldy. 21. In Baker Street, Portman Square, London, At Gladsmuir, Mr George Harley of Hadthe Lady of George Cleghorn, Esq. of Weens, of dington, to Margaret, only daughter of Mr George a daughter.

Macbeth, of Stirling. 22. At Brussels, Lady Mabelea Knox, wife of 5. At Aberdeen, William Allardyce, Esq.winethe Hon. John Henry Knox, of a son and heir. merchant, to Janet, daughter of Alex. Dingwall,

At Rotterdam, Mrs Jas. Young, of a son. Esq. postmaster. 24. At Portobello, the Lady of William Coch- At Holkham Church, the Hon. Spencer rane Anderson, Esq. of Harehope, of a son. Stanhope, of Canon Hill, near Leeds, to Miss

25. The Lady of Sir James Milles Riddell, of Coke, daughter of Thomas William Coke, Esq. Ardnamurchan and Sunart, Bart, of a daughter one of the representatives of the county of Norand a son and heir.

folk. 26. At Holkham, Lady Ann Coke, of a son and 6. At Invercarron House, Sutherlandshire, Mr heir.

James Finlayson, Cullis, Ross-shire, to Janett, At Pisa, Capt. Archibald Buchanan, R. N. youngest daughter of Captain John Sutherland.

Iņ Charlotte Square, Mrs Tytler, of Wood- 7. At St Mary's, Bermondsey, John Lambert, houselee, of a son.

Esq. second son of the late Rev. Josias Lambert, 28. The Lady of Gilbert Laing Meason, Esq. of of Camphill, Yorkshire, to Janet, eldest daughter Lindertis, of a son.

of Matthew Boyd, Esq. of Bermondsey, 30. At Bourn Hall, Cambridgeshire, the Count- 8. At London, the Earl of Belfa t, eldest son of ess De la Warr, of a son.

the Marquis of Donegall, to Lady Harriet Butler, At Kinblethmont, Lady Jane Lindsay Car- eldest daughter of the Earl of Glengall. negie, of a daughter,

11. At Douglas Church, near Cork, Charles 31. At Edinburgh, Mrs George Forbes, of a Wedderburn Webster, Esq. of the Carabineers, to daughter,

Rebecca, youngest daughter of the late Sir James Jan. 1, 1823. At Cullen, county of Tipperary, Chatterton, Bart. of Castlemahon, in the county the wife of Lieut. W. A. Riach, 79th Highlanders, of Cork, of a son.

12. At Lyndhurst, Hampshire, Daniel Gurney, 2. In Heriot Row, the Lady of John Dalzell, Esq. of North Runcton, Norfolk, to Lady Harriet Esq. of a daughter.

Hay, sister of the Earl of Errol. 4. In York Place, Mrs Mercer of Gorthy, of a At Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Mr James MalSOD.

colm Noble, Lieutenant of his Majesty's late 95th - At Orchard-house, Kelso, Mrs Kell, of a son. regiment, to Susannah, second daughter of William 6. At Tinnis, Selkirkshire, Mrs Ballantyne of Macrae, Esq. Rothesay, Phawhope, of a daughter.

17. At Leith, Mr John Bow, merchant, Edin 7. At Hermitage House, the Lady of Alexander burgh, to Helen, only daughter of Mr Daniel Burn, Esq. of a daughter.

Miller. - At 17, Union Street, Mrs Robert Dunlop, 20. At Dumfries, James Macarthur, Esq. Glasof a son.

gow, to Mary, second daughter of the late Captain

( 8. At Chelsea, near London, the Lady of And. Richard Johnston Waugh, and relict of James F. Ramsay, Esq. surgeon, Bengal Establishment, Reid, Esq. Edinburgh. of a daughter.

23. At Aberdeen, Alexander Ewing, M.D. plıy. 11. At No. 2, Nelson Street, Edinburgh, Mrs sician in Aberdeen, to Barbara, eldest daughter of Hogarth, of a son.

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23. At Edinburgh, Lieut.-Colonel Rose, Portu- 29. At Glasgow, the Rev. Alex. Laing, M.A. guese service, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Southend, to Christian, daughter of Daniel Reid, James Waddell, Esq. of Kingston, Jamaica. Esq. of Balquhidder.

- At Tours, Captain Robert Pinkerton, to Henrietta Laura, eldest daughter of the Rev. Archibald

DEATHS. Alison, senior minister of St Paul's Chapel, Edin- March 23, 1822. At Macoa, where he had proburgh.

ceeded for the benefit of his health, George Crut25. At Grange, Alexander Stoddart, Esq. young- tenden, Esq. of the firm of Cruttenden, Mackiler of Ballendrick, to Jesse, daughter of William lop, and Company, (formerly Downie and ComYoung, Esq. Bruntisland.

pany.) At Cousland Park, Mr Alexander Burn, April 18. At Chinsurah, in Bengal, Captain North Berwick, to Mary Ann, daughter of Mr John Gordon, 20th regiment of Bengal Native William Walker.

Infantry, and only son of George Gordon, Esq. In26. At Edinburgh, Sir Alexander Ramsey of spector of Taxes. Balmain, Bart, M. P. to Elizabeth, second daugh- May 18. On his return from India, William, ter of the Hon. William Maule of Panmure, M.P. the eldest son of William Fairlie, Esq. Portland

- At Edinburgh, the Rev. John Hunter, A.M. Crescent, London. of Magdalene College, Oxford, and youngest son 31. At Jaulnah, Lieut. William Boyle, of the of James Hunter, Esq. of Holloway, Middlesex, *10th Regiment Madras Native Infantry. to Douglas, eldest daughter of the late Robert June. At Calcutta, Mr J. C. Aitchison, son of Robert Richardson, Esq. of Perth.

the late Mr John Aitchison, Skirling. - At Dalkeith, Thomas Brander, Esq. of Rose 11. At Valparaiso, South America, James StewIsle, to Jessie, daughter of the late Alex. Grant, art, Esq. second son of the deceased James Stew. Esq. W. S.

art, Esq. Dolwally, Perthshire. 27. At Edinburgh, James Rutherford, Esq. 22. At Bellary, Lieut. James Allan, of the 24th W. $. to Susannah Hardcastie, of Houghton, Regiment Madras Native Infantry, son of the late daughter of the deceased Michael Hardcastle of Mr Allan, plumber, Edinburgh. Houghton, Esq. in the county of Durham.

July 6. At Calcutta, John Angus, Esq. one of 28. In Forth Street, Edinburgh, James Block, the Commissioners of the Court of Request. Esq. of Kentish Town, near London, to Susan, 21. At Calcutta, Basil Ronald, jun. Esq. of the third daughter of Adam Wilson, Esq. depute-clerk house of Messrs Tulloch and Co. of Session.

Aug. 1. On board the General Graham, on his 30. At Tanfield, near Edinburgh, Peter Scott, passage from Jamaica to England, John Fairfoul, Esq. agent for the Commercial Bank of Scotland, Crieff, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr Sept. 7. At Granada, Mr Archibald M‘Vean, Alexander Scott, merchant, Edinburgh.

son of the late Rev. Patrick M.Vcan, Minister of Jan. 1. At Bonside, Linlithgowshire, A. Thom- Kenmore. son, Esq. surgeon, in the Hon. East India Com

15. At Bencoolen, William Jack, Esq. Assistpany's service, to Sarah Ann Drummond, daugh- ant-Surgeon, of the Bengal Medical Establishter of Wyville Smyth, Esq. M.D. of Bonside. ment.

13. At London, the Hon. Major-General Fer- 22. At his seat at Hadersdorff, near Vienna, mor, only brother of the Earl of Pomfret, to Miss General and Field Marshal Baron Loudon. He Borough, eldest daughter of Sir Richard Borough, was descended from an ancient and noble family Bart. and niece to Lord Viscount Lake.

in the county of Ayr, a branch of which settled in 14. At Aikenhead John Stewart Wood, Esq. Livonia, in which province he was born at Totzer, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of James Buchanan, in 1767. He distinguished himself in all the camEsq.

paigns during the wars brought on by the French 15. At Richmond, Henry Dymoke, Esq. eldest Revolution, and deservedly attained the highest son of the Hon. and Rev. the Champion Dymoke, honours. to Emma, second daughter of Wm. Pearce, Esq. Oct. 1. On board the Henry Porcher, Indiaman, of Billingford, Norfolk.

on her voyage homeward, when off the Cape of 16. At Hampstead, Thomas Beckwith, Esq. of Good Hope, Mr William Niven, assistant-surgeon Bedford Place, to Elizabeth Sophia, second daugh- of the Madras European Regiment, aged 22, son ter of the late John Spottiswoode, Esq. of Spottis- of the Rev. Dr Niven of Dunkeld. woode.

18. At Bermuda, the Rev. Alex. Ewing, one - The Rev. James Roger, minister of Dunino, of the clergymen of that island, and eldest son Fifeshire, to Janet, daughter of the Rev. Mr of the late Alexander Ewing, mathematician, Haldane of Kingoldrum.

Edinburgh. - At Campbelton, Argyleshire, Captain Watts, At Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Hon. John 73d Regiment, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late Fraser, a member of his Majesty's Council for Colonel Campbell of Glenfeachan.

20. At Aberdeen, Captain Francis Farquharson, 19. At Orange Hill, Tobago, Mr Alex. M'GreHon. East India Company's Service, Bombay gor, of Balhaldie, in the county of Perth. Establishment, to Forbes, only daughter of the 29. At George Town, Demerara, Colin Camplate Geo. Gerard, jun. Esq. of Midstrath.

bell, Esq. of Good Success, Issequibo. 21. At Inchmarlo, Thomas Coats, Esq. younger Nov. 12. At Williamsfield Estate, Jamaica, Pe. of Lipwood, County of Northumberland, to Anne, ter, second son of the late George Munro, Esq. second daughter of the late Rev. Dr Davidson, 18. At Selkirk Manse, Mrs Robertson, wife of of Raynie.

Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Robertson, of the Bengal - Át Haddington, George Dunlop, Esq. to Engineers. Nancy, youngest daughter of James Wilkie, 'Esq. 19. At Stirling, Miss Jaffrey Glassingall. of Ratho Byres.

20. At her house at Nairn, Mrs Greig, relict of - John Knapp, Esq. to Jessy Murray, daugh- Mr George Greig, some time riding surveyor of ter of the late Alexander Kerr, Esq. of Chatto. the Custom-house, Inverness.

- At the house of the British Ambassador, at 23. Mrs Jane Fleming, relict of William Scott, Florence, Prince Sapieha, to Miss Bold, of Bold Esq. formerly of the Island of Madeira. Hall, Lancashire, daughter and heiress of the late 25. At Peterhead, John Harlaw, Esq. aged 80. Peter Patten Bold, Esq.

26. At Dumfries, after a short illness, Colonel 23. At 119, George Street, John Hall, Esq. Arentz Schulyer De Peyster, at the advanced age, eldest son of Sir James Hall of Dunglass, Bart. to it is believed, of 96 or 97 years, For more than Miss Juliana Walker, youngest daughter of the fourscore years he held the Royal commission, late James Walker, Esq. of Dalry, Principal Clerk and in the course of the long and active career, of Session.

commanded at Detroit, Michelimackinac, and 27. At Edinburgh, Mr Robert Marshall, mer- other parts of Upper Canada, during the most chant, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr stormy period of the American war, and among Robert Gilmore, merchant.

nations not only fierce and savage, but decidedly At Edinburgh, Capt. W'm. Palfour, R. N. hostile to the British government. Among his to Mary Margaret, youngest daughter of the late other services, the late

Colonel de Peyster at one Andrew Baikie of Kirkwall, Esq.

time commanded the garrison at Plymouth, and 28. At Meikle Corsehill, Thomas Dean, Esq. of while discharging that duty, he had occasion to be Draffan, to Elizabeth, daughter of William Mac- introduced to the Prince of Wales, then, it is prekie of Meikle Corsehill, Esq.

sumed, a very young man. This circumstance his

that place.

Majesty perfectly remembered, and while conver- expired the last of a branch of an ancient and sing with the Marquis of Queensberry, during his distinguished clan. late visit to Scotland, he very kindly inquired 16. At Grantown, Captain Alexander Grant, of whether his old friend the Colonel was still alive. Tullochgorum, aged 89. His Lordship replied in the affirmative, and at the - At Brompton, William Henry Boys, Esq. same time stated, that nothing but the advanced Second Lieutenant-Colonel of the Marines quarage and growing infirmities of his spouse had pre- tered at Chatham. vented him from visiting Holyrood on so interest- 17. At Cumnock, the Rev. David Wilson, pasing an occasion. “Well,” said his Majesty, “I am tor of the United Associate Congregation there, very sorry for it; they were always loving, and in the 35th year of his ministry. now must be a truly venerable couple, for one of - At Southampton, aged 26, Charles K. Young, the oldest things I remember, is having danced Esq. son of the late lamented Professor Young, Monimusk with Mrs De Peyster."

of Glasgow; a young gentleman of the most ami30. At Edinburgh, George Winton, Esq. archi- able and estimable character, the heir of his hightect.

ly-gifted father's elegant and accomplished mind, At Edinburgh, Mrs Janet Spankie, wife of and, but for his long continued ill health, the exMr Robert Mitchel, wine-merchant.

pectant of his chair. His early fate is an irrepaAt Muirhead, of Pitcullo, James Walker, rable loss to his many friends, and the literature of Esq. of Muirhead.

his country, of which, had it pleased God to spare Dec. 1. In Richmond Place, Miss Agnes Wal- his life, he was likely to have become one of the ker, daughter of the late Mr William Walker, brightest ornaments. writer, Edinburgh.

-- At the Barracks, head of Loch Rannoch, At Edinburgh, Mr D. Thomson, tobacconist. Colonel Alex. Robertson of Strowan, chief of

At Edinburgh, Hugh Hutchinson, Esq. sur- clan Donachie, or Robertsons. geon, Royal Navy.

19. In Portland Place, Edinburgh, Mr John At Bruntisland, Mr Charles Stewart, late Ramage, only son of the late Mr John Ramage, master of his Majesty's revenue cutter, Princess merchant. Royal.

At Edinburgh, William Jobson, Esq. of At Brechin, George Anderson, Esq. writer Lochore. there.

In Buccleuch Place, Mrs Rebecca Seton, rem 2. At Backhill of Carberry, near Musselburgh, lict of Mr Daniel Seton, merchant in Edinburgh. Mrs Vernor, wife of Mr Alexander Vernor.

At Portsburgh, Mr John Scott, watchmaker. At Campfield, William Scott, Esq. of Camp- At Edinburgh, Charles Fleming, Esq. late field.

Superintendant Surgeon in the service of the Hon. At his house, near Blairgowrie, John Good- East India Company. child, Esq. of High Pallion, Durham.

At his residence, Ranelagh House, Chelsea, 3. At Edinburgh, Mr John Caird, many years in the 69th year of his age, General Wilford, surveyor of taxes in this city.

Colonel of the 7th Dragoon Guards. 5. At Peterhead, John Forbes, M. D.

21. At Dundee, Mrs Black, wife of Mr AlexanIn Dublin, William Jameson, Esq.

der Black, late land-surveyor of the customs of At Glasgow, Boyd Dunlop, Esq.

that port. 6. At Leith, Margaret, youngest daughter of At Kinaldie, parish of Old Deer, James the late Mr David Thomas, merchant, St Andrews. Simpson, aged 91. În the 20th regiment of foot,

7. At Burrowmuirhead, Lieutenant Edward commanded by Lieut.-General Kingley, under the Wightman, of the Royal Marines.

Duke of Cumberland and Prince Ferdinand, he At his house, in Hanover Street, Edinburgh, served during the whole of the Continental war. Dr Andrew Wardrop.

In the battle of Minden, of ten men, which beAt Craigenputtock, parish of Dunscore, longed to the tent with him, seven were killed Samuel Conson, Esq. of Craigenputtock.

and two wounded, while he escaped unhurt. - At Stoke, Newington, John Aiken, M. D. 22. In Sackville Street, Dublin, aged 94, the &c. in his 76th year.

Most Noble the Marquis of Drogheda. His Lord8. At Newbyth, Miss Sidney Baird, daughter of ship was a Field Marshal, and the oldest General the late William Baird of Newbyth, Esq.

in his Majesty's service. He is succeeded in his Dr Henderson of Westertown, deeply re- title by Viscount Moore, (Baron Moore, of Moore gretted by a numerous circle of friends.

Place, Kent.) 9. At Dundee, Alexander Riddoch, Esq. of 24. At Colinsburgh, Mary, daughter of the late Black-Lunan. Mr Riddoch repeatedly held the James Walker, Esq. of Fawfield. office of Chief Magistrate of Dundee, and was, for 25. At Moness, Miss Margaret Menzies, late of many years, one of the Deputy-Lieutenants of Belfracks. Forfarshire.

26. At Glasgow, Mrs Margaret Johnston, wife - At Dundee, of small-pox, Mr Powell, of the of Mr James Duncan, printer. Circus.

- At Pisa, Capt. Archibald Buchanan, R. N. 10. At Auchindinny Mill, Mrs Laing, wife of 27. At Gartur, Miss Erskine, Union Street, Mr George Laing, paper-manufacturer,

Edinburgh. - At Walton, the Right Hon. Charles, Earl of 28. Ať Edinburgh, Mr John Sinclair, seed-mer. Tankerville, Baron Ossulston, &c. &c. He is suc- chant. ceeded in his titles and estate by his son, Charles At Findon, Alexander, youngest son of Augustus, Lord Ossulston, M. P. for Berwick- Thomas Mackenzie, Esq. upon-Tweed.

At London, Mrs Craigie, wife of Captain 11. At his house, Merchant Street, Mr Robert Edmund Buchan Craigie, of the Bengal EstablishThomson.

ment. - At Ardrossan Manse, William Hendry, Esq. 29. At No. 1, North James's Street, Edinburgh, of Barrowston.

Mr James Harper. - At Balmungie, near St Andrews, Mrs Linde- At Dunbar, Mrs Banks, relict of Mr Robert say of Balmungie.

Banks, shipmaster there. - At Sidmouth, Jane, youngest daughter of At Eyemouth, Mrs Renton, widow of Capthe late Charles Hope, Esq. Commissioner of the tain William Renton, of the 62d Regt. of Foot. Navy.

At Dalkeith Mills, Mr Thomas Clarke, mil12. At Edinburgh, Mrs L. F. Kennedy, relict of ler, aged 72. Lieutenant-Colonel Kennedy, of the 19th Light At Lennoxlove, the Right Hon. the Dowa. Dragoons.

ger Lady

Blantyre. - At Mill of Allardyce, near Bervie, Mr Rob. At Glasgow, Catherine, daughter of the late Milne, farmer, in the 92d year of his age; and at Colin Campbell, Esq. of Arnahow, Argyllshire. Bervie, on the 7th, Mrs Barclay, his sister, aged 30. At Dublin, Lieut-Colonel Henry Milling, 91.

of the 932 Highlanders. 13. At Dalkeith, Mr George Hislop.

In Waterloo Place, London, the Countess of - At her father's house, Leith Links, aged 14 Egremont. years, Philadelphia Jameson, eldest daughter of At Tanderlane, Francis Walker, Esqq. John Jameson, Esq.

31. At Fountainbridge, Ensign Thomas King 15. In Bury Street, St James's, London, Thornton, of the Berwickshire Militia. Colonel John Macleod, of Colbeck. With him Lately. In Dublin, after a most painful and te

dious illness, Hans Hamilton, Esq. M. P. for the 11. At her house, Portobello, Mrs Elizabeth C. county of Dublin.

M Kinnon. Lately. At his house, in Great Russel Street, - At Musselburgh, Mrs Boyle, widow of Capt. Bloomsbury, London, William Blair, Esq. surgeon, Robert Boyle, of the 42d Regiment.

- At Broughty Ferry, Dundee, in the 103d - It Glasgow, Jane, youngest daughter of Dr year of his age. Mr Thomas Abbott. He was born William Meikleham, Professor of Natural Philoin the reign of King George I. He never used sophy in the University there. spectacles, and scarcely was ever known to have At Abbey House, Arbroath, Miss Colvil, one day's illness till his death.

eldest daughter of the late Wm. Colvil, Esq. - At York, aged 63, Mrs Harrison. Her death 12. At Dumfries, William Jardine, Esq. surwas occasioned by a pin running into her thumb

geon, R. N. whilst washing, which brought on a mortification. - Aune Grwme Dalrymple, third daughter of

Jan. 1. 1823. At Falmouth, aged 80, Arthur Robert Dalrymple Horne Elphinstone of Horne Kempe, Admiral of the Red. The deceased as- and Logie Elphinstone, Esq. sisted at the glorious affair of Quebec, where the - At Invermay, Mrs Hepburn Belches, relict immortal Wolfe fell, and accompanied Captains of Col. Hepburn Belches, of Invermay. Cook and Furneux in their respective voyages of At Culross, Capt. Duncan Fletcher. discovery.

- At Sydenham, Roxburghshire, James Hal- At No. 14, James's Square, Mrs Spankie, dane, Esq. Auchans. relict of Mr George Spankie, merchant.

13. At Marvfield, Leslie, Mr David Johnston. - At Belfield, Mr Simpsou, aged 91, many At New Town, Abbotshall, Mrs Shaw, relict years surgeon in Dalkeith.

of the Rev. George Shaw, minster of Abbotshall. In Great Portland Street, London, Archibald 15. At Leith Links, Mrs Capt. Pratt, daughter Neilson, Esq. merchant.

of the late George Heggie, Esq of Pitlessie. At Worcester, Eliza Emily, daughter of the At Howard Place, in the 15th year of her late Robert Campbell, Esq. of Calcutta.

age, Fanny, second daughter of Mr Boyd of At Dumfermline, Colonel Sir John Ward- Broadıneadows. law, Bart.

16. At Chapel Court, Mrs Margaret Swan, wife -2. At Heriot's Hill, near Canonmills, Mrs Mar- of Mr Alex. M‘Dougal, merchant, Edinburgh. garet Kinnear, wife of the late Alexander Kin- - At Pittenweem, Jean, daughter of the Rev. near, Esq. banker in Edinburgh.

Joseph Purdie. 3. At Aberdeen, the Rev. David Sim, minister At No. 5, York Place, Edinburgh, Miss of the Union Chapel of Ease of that city.

Margaret Kennedy, - At Selkirk, Andrew Henderson, Esq. of · Lady Frederica Stanhope, eldest daughter of Midgehope.

the Earl of Mansfield, and wife of the Hon. J. H. 4. In Bath Street, Portobello, Mrs Elizabeth Stanhope. Her infant died on the following day. Innes, relict of George Innes, Esq. late Inspector- - At Mill Hill, Musselburgh, Mrs Lindsay, wiGeneral of the Stamp Duties for Scotland.

dow of Lieutenant-Colonel John Lindsay, of the At Leith, Mr John Paterson, civil engineer 53d Regiment. there.

17. At Edinburgh, David Ramsay, Esq. late - At Carfin, Mrs Nisbet of Carfin.

merchant in London. At Marshall Place, Perth, John White, Esq. - In France, Mr John Ferdinand Lumsden, of Eskmills.

eldest son of Hary Lumsden, Esq. of Belhelvie. 5. At his house, in Pilrig Street, Mr Charles -- At Denholm, in the parish of Cavers, Mr Moodie.

James Andrew, surgeon. - Robert Proctor, Esq. writer to the signet. -- At Glasgow, John Mure, Esq. formerly of

At Falkirk, Mr James Russell of Blackbraes. Quebec, Lower Canada. 6. At Coats-house, near Edinburgh, Mr Robert - At Edinburgh, John, aged 15 months, youngCramond Boswell, eldest son of Wm. Boswell, est son of the Rev. Dr Muir. Esq. advocate.

19. In Buccleuch Place, after a very short illAt Rockhill, Argyllshire, Mrs Caroline ness, Dr Henry Dewar of Lassodie, Campbell, daughter of the deceased Donald 20. In Camden Street, Islington, Richard TemCampbell, Esq. of Airds.

ple, late Lieutenant-Colonel of the 23d Regiment - At Lintlaw, Abraham Logan, Esq. of Burn- Welsh Fusileers, and Captain of the 87th Regihouses.

ment of Foot, one of the oldest officers in his MaAt Edinburgh, Mrs Mary Campbell, Wel- jesty's service. lington Street, aged 84.

Stoney Bank, Francis, wife of Major J. S. - In Queen Square, Westminster, London, Sinclair, Royal Artillery, and youngest daughter Henry Savage, Esq. Admiral of the White, aged of the late Captain D. Ramsay, R. N. 87.

- At Arlarie, Kinross-shire, David Walker Ar7. At Glasgow, Mr E. S. Hutton, civil engineer. not, Esq. of Arlarie.

-At Edinburgh, Mrs Bethune, widow of Henry 23. Ai Colington, the Rev. John Fleming of Bethune, Esq. of Kilconquhar.

Craigs, minister of Colington, in the 73d year of At Stankye, David Wylie, many years black- his age, for many years well known in this city smith and farrier to the family of 'Ramsay, Ba- and neighbourhood, and highly esteemed by a nu. ronets of Balmain, in the 95th year of his age, merous circle of friends. ninety-three of which he resided in that place. - At Kirkaliy, Mr Henry Beveridge, aged 26

- At Newton House, Mrs Colonel Montgo- years, eldest son of Mr George Beveridge, woodmery, of Newton.

merchant there. At Draycot, in Wiltshire, Lady Catherine At Clifton, Elizabeth Grey, wife of A. G. Tylney Long, relict of Sir James Tylney Long, Harford Battersby, Esq. and youngest daughter Bart.

of the late Major-General Dundas of Fingask. 8. At Edinburgh, Mrs Cleghorn, Colington. 25. At Aberdour, Mrs Beatson, widow of James

- At Edinburgh, Lieutenant-Colonel Alexan- Beatson, Esq. of Balbeaddie. der James Ross, late of the Royal Scots Fusileers.

At Musselburgh, the Rev. William Smith, 9. At St Andrews, Miss B. Balbirnie, niece of minister of the Episcopal chapel there. the late Mr Robert Richard of London.

26. At Berkeley, in the 74th year of his age, af- At Ladyfield Place, Miss Alison Tweedie. ter a very short illness, Dr Jenner, the illustrious

- At No. 2, Hope Street, Mrs Stewart, late of discoverer of Vaccination. Strathgroy.

27. In Bedford Row, London, Charles Hutton, - At Glasgow, the Rev. Neil Douglas, aged 73. LL.D. F.R.S. &c. in the 86th year of age. This

10. At West Craigs, Mr John Gillespie, late in venerable character will be remembered with graKilmore, Island of Skye.

titude as long as useful science is duly appreciated. At Bath, Mrs Henrietta Fordyce, aged 89, He had been an eminent author for upwards of relict of Dr James Fordyce, author of the celebra- sixty years, and during forty of that period, he ted - Sermons to Young Women,” and sister of discharged the arduous duty of Professor of Mathe late Mr James Cummyng, Secretary to the thematics, at the Royal Military Academy, at Antiquarian Society of Scotland.

Woolwich, with the highest honour to himself At Kensington, Viscountess Dowager Mon. and advantage to his country. tagu.

- At the Manse of Kinglassie, Helen HalyburAt Aberdeen, Alexander Robertson, Esq. ton, infant daughter of the Rev. J. M. Cunning, advocate there.

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EDINBURGH MAGAZINE,

No. LXXIV.

MARCH, 1823.

VOL. XIII.

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THE CANDID. No. II.

263 THERE IS A TONGUE IN EVERY LEAF,

275 LETTERS FROM ITALY. No. V. .

276 No. VI.

279 VALPERGA,

283 CIBBER'S APOLOGY,

294 MR Rose's TRANSLATION OF THE ORLANDO INNAMORATO,

299 Time's WHISPERING GALLERY, No. II. King Jamie and the Sleeping Preacher,

307 THE SHEPHERD'S CALENDAR,

Class Second. Deaths, Judgments, and Providences,
LOVE; A POEM, IN THREE PARTS ; TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE GIAQUR,
AN HISTORICAL POEM. By E. ELLIOT,

321 TALES O'THE DAFT Days. No. III. Tale Second. The Old Man's Tale; or, Kilspindy Castle,

324 ANALYSIS OF TUCKER's Vision,

331 REMARKS ON Me Owen's Plan,

338 NUGA LYRICÆ. No. I. The Silent Mourner,

342 No. II. Hawthornden.-A Sketch,

343 No. III. Stanzas—The Clouds were Dispersed,

344 No. IV. Spring Afternoon,

ib. No. V. The Warrior's Dirge,

345 No. VI. The Midnight Glade,

ib. LOCKHART'S SPANISH BALLADS, HISTORICAL AND ROMANTIC,

346 PUBLIC AFFAIRS,

358 PATRIOTIC ODE. FROM THE SPANISH GAZETTE OF MADRID), 1st March,

361 1823, IRISĦ AFFAIRS,

How Bridlegoose readeth the History of the Reconcilers of Parties at Variance
in Matters of Law,

362 ON THE Scotch CHARACTER.-By A FLUNKY,

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367 EDINBURGH NUISANCES, Noctes AMBROSIANÆ." No. VII.

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