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Feb. 15. On board the ship Lady Raffles, at sea, the lady of Sir Stamford Raffles, a daughter.
Aug. 25. At Tullamore, Ireland, the lady of Lieut.-Col. Martin Lindsay (78th regiment) of Halbeath, a son.
31. At No 50, Hanover-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Dr Gairdner, a daughter.
Sept. 1. At Kemnay-house, Mrs Burnet, a daughter.
3. At Bishop's-court, the Episcopal seat in the Isle of Man, the Right Hon. Lady Sarah Murray, a son and heir.
4. At Elgin, Lady Dunbar of Northfield, a son.
5. At Rochester, the lady of Rear-admiral Sir John Gore, K.C.B. and Commander-in-Chief, a daughter. 7. At Wellington-place, Leith, Mrs Mackie, a son.
At Links-place, Leith, Mrs James Scott, jun. a daughter.
At Hampton, Middlesex, the Hon. Lady Edmonstone, a son.
9. At Dalkeith, the lady of W. Graham, M.D. of Jamaica, a daughter.
11. At Whitecroft-house, Mrs Henderson Somerville of Fingask, a son.
At Cupar, Mrs Horsbrugh, a son. 12. At the Earl of Wicklow's, in Rutland-square, Dublin, the Right Hon. Lady Isabella Smyth, a son and heir.
At Edinburgh, Mrs C. Tawse, a daughter. 13. At Sonachan, Mrs Campbell, a daughter.
14. At Kneesworth, the Right Hon. Lady Jane Pym, a son.
'16. At Brisbane-place, Largs, the lady of Arch. Douglas, Esq. advocate, a daughter.
19. The lady of James Kerr, Esq. younger of Blackshiels, a son.
- In Jermyn-street, London, the Right Hon. Lady Sinclair, a daughter. 20. At Hilton, Mrs Pearson of Myrecairnie, a son.
22. At Rockville-house, the Right Hon. Lady Eleanor Balfour, a son and heir.
23. At the house of the Right Hon. the Lord Advocate, Mrs Maconochie, a son.
Mrs Erskine of Amondell, a son.
25. Mrs John Wardrop, 103, George-street, Ediņ. King's Bench, and Vice-Admiralty at Quebec, and burgh, a son.
one of his Majesty's executive counsel for the pro28. At Prince's-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Ivory, a vince of Lower Canada, to Isabella, eldest daugh
ter of the Rev. Alexander Ker of Stobo.
At Edinburgh, George Bennett, Esq. to Miss MARRIAGES.
Johanna Gibson, daughter of Mr John Gibson, July 4. At St Vincent's, Allan Macdowall, Esq. merchant, Catharine-street. M.D. to Susan Harriett, only daughter of Colonel 21. At Greenock, Robert Sinclair, Esq. to Mar. Thomas Brown of that island.
garet, eldest daughter of John Scott, Esq. of HawkAug, 17. At the Cathedral-church of Clogher, in hill, ship-builder in Greenock. Ireland, Captain Carmichael, of the 6th dragoon 22. At Ayston, by special license, the Earl of guards, to Miss Porter, daughter of the Lord Brownlow, to Caroline, second daughter of George Bishop of Clogher.
Fludyer, Esq. M. P. of A yston, in the county of Sept. 1. At the manse of Prestonpans, Peter Rutland, and niece to the Earl of Westmoreland. Macdowall, Esq. accountant, Edinburgh, to Agnes, - At Kenleith, by the Rev. John Sommerville, second daughter of the Rev. Peter Primrose. Mr S. Drysdale, purser in the Honourable East
- At Boreland, John Forbes, Esq. surgeon, R.N. India Company's service, to Mary, eldest daughter to Miss Mary Belshes Campbell, daughter of John of Mr W. Watson, Kenleith. Campbell, Esq. of Boreland.
23. At Edinburgh, the Rev. John Edward Touch, - At London, T. Henry Esq. merchant of Great minister of Maderty, to Penelope, second daughter Tower-street, to Mary, only daughter of A. Grant, of John Gray, Esq. George-square. Esq. of Newburgh.
24. At Edinburgh, Mr Hector Murray, mer3. At Ramsgate, Hart Logan, Esq. of Finsbury- chant, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late square, London, to Mrs Gillespie, widow of the Mr James Hume, Lasswade. late John Gillespie, Esq. 7. At Stranraer, Captain John Henryson, of the
DEATHS. royal engineers, to Anne, the only daughter of Sept. 6, 1817. At Whitehall, Jamaica, Mr GlassJohn Fergusson, Esq.
ford Chalmer, youngest son of the late William - At Burntisland, John D. Anderson, Esq. to Chalmer, Esq. of Dalry, surgeon in Edinburgh. Elizabeth Louisa, daughter of the late John Ogil- Jan. 28. At Madras-roads, Lieutenant Alexander vie, Esq. of the revenue service.
Pringle Russell, youngest son of the late Colonel At Lausanne, at the house of Stratford Can- Russell of Ashiesteel. ning, Esq. the British minister, Robert Sutherland, Feb. i5. At Nuddengong, in the East Indies, in Esq. to Janeita C. M. Murray, eldest daughter of the 22d year of his age, John Ross, M.D. only sor Col. R. Macgregor Murray.
of John Ross, writer, Edinburgh, assistant-surgeon Lately, at Paris, the Hon. Mr Clifford, eldest on the Bengal establishment, and temporary atson of the Right Hon. Lord Clifford of Ugbrooke- tached to his Majesty's 24th light dragoons, and park, in the county of Devon, to Miss Weld, the who had resided seven months at the Court of Peronly daughter of Thomas Weld, Esq. of Lulworth- sia as a body physician to the King. castle, in the county of Dorset.
27. At Nassau, New Providence, James Calder, Thomas Pagan, Esq. of Ely-place, London, to Esq. son to the Rev. John Calder, late minister of lady Plomer, widow of Alderman Sir W. Plomer. Rosskeen.
8. At the College, Glasgow, John Aytoun, Esq. – Killed at the storming of the fort of Talneir, of Inchdarny, to Margaret Anne Jeffery of Craig- in the East Indies, Major John Gordon, of the 2d ton, eldest daughter of Dr J. Jeffery of that uni- battalion of Royal Scots, eldest son of the late Mr versity
John Gordon of Mill of Laggan, Glenrineaes, Banff- At Invermorriston, Thomas Fraser, Esq. of
shire. Balmain, to Miss Henrietta Ann Grant, eldest March 1. At Maheidpoor, in the East Indies, daughter of the late Lieut.-Col. John Grant of Captain Harry Norton, of the 19th regiment MadGlenmorriston.
ras native infantry. - At Ballymaber, Captain Graham, of the half- April 10. At Nassau, New Providence, William pay of the 37th regiment, to Frances, only daugh- ' Storey, Esq. surgeon to his Majesty's forces serving ter of the late John Wright, Esq. and niece of
in the Bahamas. Lieut.-Gen. Wright of the royal artillery.
At the house of Sir Charles Doyly, Bart. Cal - At Hutton, Lieut.-Col. D. Forbes, half-pay cutta, Georgina, third daughter of Colonel Macleod 78th Highlanders, to Maria Isabella, eldest daugh.
of Colbecks. ter of James Forbes, Esq. of Hutton hall, Essex. May 9. At Bombay, in his 78th year, George
9. At Edinburgh, Thomas Richardson, Esq. Wick, Esq. of the Honourable East India Comwriter to the signet, to Isabella, daughter of the pany's civil service, formerly a member of council, late James Heggie, Esq. younger of Pitlessie. and governor of that presidency.
- Lieutenant Thomas Snook, Fife militia, to June 29. At Green-island, Jamaica, aged 33 Ann Zella Myles, widow of Lieut. and Adj. John years, Mr Peter Ballantyne, commander of the ship Myles, late of the 50th regiment of foot.
Columbus of Kirkaldy, youngest son of the late Mr 10. At Paisley, David Reid, Esq. of the Hon. James Ballantyne, surveyor of the customs, AnIndia Company's medical service, to Miss C. N. struther. Simpson, youngest daughter of the Rev. Dr Alex. July 21. At Meadowfield, near Edinburgh, Mrs Simpson, Pittenweem.
Anne Batty Prendergast, aged 24, wife of Alex. - William Stanley Roscoe, Esq. eldest son of Murchison, M.D. of Vere, island of Jamaica. William Roscoe, Esq. of Liverpool, to Hannah Aug. 11. At Vienna, at the age of 75, Prince Eliza, eldest daughter of James Caldwell, Esq. of George Metternich Ochsenhausen, the father of the Linley wood.
minister for foreign affairs. His principal depart. 11.' In St Paul's chapel, York-place, Edinburgh, ment was the management of the conferences; and W. Swinton Maclean, eldest son of Dr Maclean, it will be recollected, that he was one of the three to Marion, only daughter of the late Roderick Neil Austrian ministers who assisted at the last congress Maclean, Esq. and niece of Alexander Maclean,
at Rastadt. Esq. of Coll.
18. At Cintra, near Lisbon, Mrs Margaret Dowie, 14. At Kirkaldy, Mr Gavin Lang, writer, Pais. wife of Mr Robert Monro, merchant in Lisbon. ley, to Miss Margaret Russell, eldest daughter of 19. Aged 18, Amelia, youngest daughter of Mr the late Mr Robert Russell, merchant, Kirkaldy. J. Baker, sen. of Ashen, Essex. The unfortunate
16. At Edinburgh, Mr Thomas Rymer, S. L. death of this young lady was occasioned by the cirEdinburgh, to Eliza, third daughter of William cumstance of her taking an ounce of salt of tartar, Calder, Esq.
sent by the shopkeeper to whom the servant ap- At Halline, Lieutenant Thompson of the plied, instead of an ounce of Epsom salts. 79th regiment, British infantry, son of Joseph 24. In the Fleshmarket-close, Edinburgh, Agnes Thompson, Esq. of Jedburgh, to Miss Angelica, Campbell, aged 103. only daughter of J. Horne, Esq. of Halline.
At Sundridge Lodge, in Wiltshire, in the 61st 17. Mr William Cochrane, cloth-merchant, E- year of his age, Lord Audley. His Lordship was dinburgh, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late nephew to the late Earl of Castlehaven, and sueMr Ralph Richardson, merchant there.
ceeded, on his decease, to the barony of Heleigh in - Ai Edinburgh, Mr George Traquair, builder, Staffordshire. His Lordship's first lady was the Lasswade, to Miss Mary Cadell Taylor, youngest third daughter of Lord Delaval; and the present daughter of the late Mr Robert Taylor, Canongate. Lady Dowager Audley, his second wife, was the
At the house of the Miss Williamsons of Car- widow of the gallant Colonel Moorhouse, who fen drona, James Kerr, Esq. judge of the Courts of at the siege of Bangalore. His Lordship's only sol., the Hon. John Tuchet, succeeds to the title and At Bucharn, the Rev. Robert Leith, minister estates.
of Towie. - At Edinburgh, Mr James West, late leather- At Bath, Maria Elizabeth Margaret, wife of merchant, Netherbow, aged 87.
Major-general Orde, eldest daughter of William 25. At Milton of Durno, in the 78th year of his Beckford, Esq. of Fonthill Abbey, and sister of the age, James Garioch, Esq. of Gariochsford.
Marchioness of Doug las. At Valenciennes, Colonel Sir Wm. Douglas, 8. At Miercoat, near Alloa, William Geddes, K.C.B. 91st regiment.
Esq. one of the partners and chief manager of the 26. At Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, Mrs Helen late Alloa Glass-house Company. M‘Lagan, wife of Mr James Inverarity, merchant - At Edinburgh, Mrs Dundas, widow of the there.
Right Hon. Robert Dundas of Arniston, Lord PreAt his son's house, 32, Thistle-street, Edin- sident of the Court of Session. burgh, in the 67th year of his age, George Smart, 9. At Cassels Place, Leith, Grace, infant daughEsq. of London. He was one of the founders and ter of Mr Walter Cowan, merchant there. treasurer of that excellent institution, the New - At Teddington, near London, William Forbes, Musical Fund.
the infant son of Dr Ashburner, Fitzroy-square. 27. At her house in George-street, Edinburgh, 10. At Ashtead Park, Surrey, in the 73d year of Lady Ann Hope Johnstone of Annandale, wife of her age, the Hon. Frances, wife of Richard HowRear-admiral Sir William Johnstone Hope, K.C.B. ard, Esq. daughter of William Viscount Andover, member for the county of Dumfries. "Lady Ann and sister to Henry, the 12th Earl of Suffolk. belonged to that class of characters whose deaths After a short illness, aged 71, Mr Stephen are justly regarded as a public calamity as well as a Jackson, 43 years editor of the Ipswich Journal, private loss. In her own family she was every and nephew of the late Mr William Craighton, who thing that is amiable and excellent; the most first printed it on the 17th of Februaay 1738-9. affectionate wife, and the most indulgent, yet the 11. At Edinburgh, Miss Mary Cunningham most judicious mother. When she mingled in the Macvicar, youngest daughter of the late Neil fashtonable world, her derneanour was such as be- Macvicar, Esq. of Fergushill. fitted the daughter of a Scottish nobleman, and the - At his Mines at Leadhills, Lanarkshire, John spouse of a British admiral; but home, the native Horner, aged 63 years. soil of all the domestic virtues, was the scene of her 14. Mrs Park, wife of Mr Archibald Park, coltruest enjoyments; and there are few who have lector of customs, Tobermory, Mull. visited her hospitable mansion without retaining a 15. At St Andrews, Mrs Dr Melville. warm sense of the unbounded goodness of her 16. At South Shields, of typhus fever, Mr Wil. heart, and the unaffected simplicity of her man- liam Beveridge, baker. ners. To every victim of misery and misfortune 17. At her house in Castle-street, Edinburgh, she was the unwearied and beneficent friend. In- Mrs Congalton, relict of Dr Charles Congalton. deed, to the poor in general, as well as to her own At Paris, the Right Hon. Lady James Hay. family, her loss is irreparable.
- At his seat at Uffington, near Stamford, LinAt Rednock-house, Robert Graham, Esq. colnshire, aged 74, the Right Hon. Albemarle W.S.
Bertie, Earl of Lindsey, a general in the army, - At Leith, Mr Mungo Henderson, merchant colonel of the 89th regiment of foot, and governor there.
of Charlemont. His Lordship is succeeded in his 29. At Crieff, Mr James Arnott, aged 61.
title and estates by his eldest son, Albemarle, Lord At his house at Banner-Cross, near Sheffield, Bertie, born 14th November 1814. in the county of York, Lieut.-general Murray. 18. At Kirkcaldy, Miss Jane Landale.
- At Jersey, Major Wall, of the royal artillery. 19. Miss Scott, James's Court, Lawnmarket, The death of this officer, in a few hours, was occa. Edinburgh. sioned by the bursting of a blood vessel. He had - At Ford, Path-head, Miss Catherine P. Torbeen married only about three weeks to a very rance, daughter of the late Mr David Torrance. amiable lady (Miss Edwards of Arundel). The 20. At Glasgow, Mr James Ritchie. circumstances were truly afflicting. He started 21. At Urrad, John Stewart, Esq. of Urrad. from his bed, and ran to the window, complaining At Edinburgh, John Robertson, Esq. of of a pain in his chest. His terrified wife hastened Bellemont, St Elizabeth, Jamaica, many years a to his assistance just in time to receive him in her medical practitioner in that island. arms a breathless corpse !
25. At Canterbury, Captain Alexander M'Intosh, 30. At Canaan Grove, Robert Wilson, Esq. ac- of the 48th regiment, of disease contracted by facountant in Edinburgh.
tigue in the service of his country during the - At Dumfries, Thomas Clark, Esq. adjutant Peninsular war, in which he was wounded at the of the Dumfries-shire militia, aged 40.
battle of Albuera. He was a brave officer and 31. At Airfield, Mr John Scott, late merchant, worthy man, much esteemed by his friends and Dalkeith.
brother officers. - At the Holt, near Bishop's Waltham, Admiral Lately-In the 69th year of his age, the Count Sir Robert Calder, Bart. in the 74th year of his age. of Oxinstein, the father of the Swedish nobility. Sept. 2. At Dunbar, Mrs Elizabeth Drysdale.
This nobleman translated Paradise Lost, and was 3. At Glasgow, in the 60th year of his age, Mr esteemed one of the first poets of his country. John Bell, merchant. He was distinguished for James Bindley, Esq. one of the commissioners of his learning in the Oriental languages, his industry stamps for upwards of half a century. and benevolence.
At Lyons, the Right Hon. Lady Cecilia Charlotte - At Edinburgh, Mr Thomas Scott, surgeon, Leeson, eldest daughter of Lady Cloncurry, and Edinburgh.
only sister of Earl Milltown. Her rank as an earl's - At Arbroath, Mrs Kyd, wife of Provost Kyd. daughter had only a few months ago been con
4. At Belfast, Mr James Crossen, cotton-manu- firmed by order of the Prince Regent. She was in facturer there, in the 67th year of his age, and 26th her 17th year, and one of the most accomplished of business.
and admired ladies of her country. - At Richmond, the Right Hon. Lady Hervey, At Littlecot, Colonel W. Kelly, C.B. and lieuwidow of Lord Hervey, eldest son of the late Earl tenant-colonel of his Majesty's 24th regiment of of Bristol, Bishop of Derry.
foot. The services of this gallant officer were ex- At Dalkeith, Mr Thomas Milne, supervisor tended to the four quarters of the globe. In Egypt, of excise.
the Peninsula, America, and latterly in India, he 5. At Inch, by Dunkeld, Captain Alexander alike distinguished himself; and repeated official Fraser, royal navy.
reports of the Duke of Wellington, as well as of 6. At Powderhall, near Edinburgh, Thomas the Marquis of Hastings, bear ample and honour. Currie, Esq. merchant in Glasgow.
able testimony to the gallant conduct of this brave 7. At her house in Arundel-street, Strand, Lon- and excellent officer. His death was occasioned by don, Mrs Morton, widow of the late Mr John Mor- a wound he had received at the battle of Vittoria, ton, many years printer of the Sunday Review. from the effects of which (though subsequently
In Drummond-street, Edinburgh, aged 78, commanding a brigade in India) he never recoJohn Bogue, Esq. writer to the signet.
vered. At St Andrews, in the 92d year of her age, The last report of the African Institution anMrs Helen Tullideph, daughter of the late Prin- nounces the death of the well-known black mer cipal Tullideph, and relict of the Rev. James chant, Captain Paul Cuffee. Jobson, late minister of Errol.
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