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Colonel Walth, of the 56th regiment. - Ac Fala House, Mrs Janet Law, File He was driving his gig on the road from of D: Colin Lawder. Faroham to Guildford, the shafts broke, 4. At Leigh, Sir Francis Baring, Barta and the horse taking fright, he was thrown in his 74th year. He was physically eie out, his arm broken, his shoulder dislocated, hausted, but his mind renaised gofubdeed and the wheel having passed over his head, by age or irfirmity to the last breath. Ha he died soon after,

bed was furrounded by pine out of ten, the Ac Bath, Mrs Carruthers, .elict of the number of his sons and daughters, all d Jate General Carruthers, of the marines. whom he lived to fee establihed in fples

At Great Ealing, aged 78, William Knox, did independence. Three of his sons carry Esq. formerly Under Secretary of State. on the great commercial house, and which,

At Newport, Isle of Wight, John Kirk- by his fuperior talents and integrity, ke patrick, Efq. banker.

carried to so great a height of respetAt Scilly, after a long and severe illness, the other two fons are returned from India Captain Charles Williams, Commander of with fortunes. His five daughters are his Majesty's ship Hernet. He was one of most happily married, and, in addition to the few survivors who received their wounds all this, it is supposed he has left freehold in the gallant action, by Sir Edward Pellew, estates to the amount of half a milk. in the Nymph frigate, when she captured Such has been the resale of the honourable La Cleopatra, French frigate, the first thip life of this English merchant. of war taken after the beginning of the Re 6. Ac Edinburgh, Mr James Davidson, volucionary war, since which time he served writer. with great gallantry in the Egyptian expe At the Manse of Tyrie, much an! dition, in the Wep Indies, Africa, &c. He jusly regretted, the Rev. William Frafer, was an excellent officer,

in the 69th year of his age, and 58th of bis The Hon. E. Bouverie, Member of Par- ministry. liament for Northampton, incle to the Earl At Lulingstone Castle, Kent, in the of Radnor.

78th year of his age, Sir John Dixon Dyk, At Paifley, Mr Hugh Fulton, nursery Bart. and feedsman, in the 92d year of his age. 7. At Edinburgh, Robert Sands, Eiq.

Sept. !. Ac Dunmore Park, Stirlingo 9. In London, Duncan Campbel, El Shire, Helen Walker, second daughter of of Morven, Hanover parish. Jamaica. Mr Andrew Willon, fesher, Edinburgh.

At Loodou, Caroline Henrietta, 2. At Edinburgh, Paul Minchin, Esq. daughter of the Hon. George Napier. It Rear-Admiral of the Red.

requested that the relations of the family - At Forthfide, near Stirling, Andrew will accept this as a proper notificatie a Wallace, Esq.

her death. S. At Borrowstonnness, Mrs Anne Fer. 11. Mrs Janet Rutherford, spouse of Tier, reli&t of the deceased Dr Thomas Glen, Captain James Norman, in the fervice of physician in Edinburgh.

the Honourable East India Company.

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1810. Jug. 27 Sept. 3.

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Aug. 27.
Sept. 3

78 118
76 114
76 110
70 112

32 44 SO 42

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92 34

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Prices of Oat, Pease, and Barley Meal, in

Prices of Grain Haddingtes.
Edinburgh Market, per peck.
Oatineal.

Pease and 1810. | Wheat. Barley. T Dats. Per 1810.

Barley Meal.
Bolls. | Price. Bolls. Price, Aug. $1. 31 48 27 35
Sept. 4.
230

20 50 17 16 Sept. 7. 31 49 27
11.
220 21 20 40 17

14.

50 28 S4 18. 290 20 19 30 16

21. 92 48 28 S3 2 26 95 25. 300 20

43 17 16

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Edinburgh Literary Miscellany,

FOR OCTOBER 1810.. With a view of the West Front of the New Buildings in Parliament

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Page - Register of the Weather for October... 722 -- SCOTTISH Review. High Water at Leith for November.. ibid. Chalmers' Caledonia...................... 757 Description of the West Front of

Poems; consisting chiefly of Qdes and the New Buildings in Parliament Elegies..................

.............. 764 Square .................................... 723 Biographical Notice respecting the late New Works published in Edinburgh. 766

Thomas M.Grugar, Esq............. ibid. Scottish Literary Intelligence............ ibid. Letters occasioned by Dr Edmond Literary Intelligence, English and Foston's History of the Zetland

reign........................................ ibid. Islands................................... 794 -Monthly Memoranda in Natural His

.

Poetry.

OBTAY tory....................................... 725 A Return for the Lines from CastleMemoirs of the Progress of Manu

carey ........................................ 76 factures, Chemistry, Sciences, and Ode to Contemplation.................. 769

the Fine Arts........................... 726 To the Snow-drop.......................... ibid. Extracts from the Chronicle of Fife, Stanzas on the River Clyde............ ibid.

or Diary of Yohn Lamont, of New Lines sent to the Irish Harp Society.., 770

ton...................................... 729 The Plough...........! ............ ibid, Letters written during a Tour through Prince Owen and the Seer.............. 771

Scotland. From the Italian. . The Flying Fisb........................... ibid.

Paisley and Glasgow................... 730 The Observer. No. VIII............. 733 Summary of Politics........................ 779 On the Literature of the Negroes ...... 737 Speech of Mr Erskine (now Lord..

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS. · Erskine) in Defence of Lord George India ....... ............................ 777

Gordon..................................... 740. Spain and Portugal..................... 783 Letters of Dr Young, and the German France and Holland..................... 789

Poet Klopstock.......................... 744 Sicily...................................... 790 Specimens of the Penal Code of

Sweden .........................

ibid. China ..............

................... 746 Anecdotes, &c. Historical and Lite

Scottish CHRONICLE. rary ..................................... 749 Circuit Intelligence Westerp ......... 791 Account of the Monument erected to

Southern and Northert.......... 795 the Memory of the late Marquis of Magistrates of Edinburgh............... 797 Rockingham, by Earl Fitzwilliam 752 Miscellaneous ...............

ibid. Observations on the Different Species'. .* Births..isic.............................. ibid.

of Taste. From Ste-wart's Philoso- Marriages and Deaths.................. phical Essays............................. 753 Stocks and Markets....................... 800

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STATE OF THE BAROMETER, 8c. | High Water at Leitit, From the 26th Sept. to the 25th October

. For Nov. 1810.
1810, in the vicinity of Edinburgh.

Morn. Even.
Days.. H. M. H. M.
Th. 1 4 4.5 5 8

F. 25 35 6 2 1810. \Barom.(Thermom. Rain. (Weather. Sa. 56 367 4 Sept.

Su. 4 7 42 8 21 26 30.26 43

Cloudy M. 58 58 9 39 27 | 30.1

Clear Tu. 610 28 29.9

W. 711 29 30.02

Th.. 8 30 30.05 51

F. '90 Qct. 1 30.13

Sa. 10 1 30.2

Su. 11 2 31 30.22

M. 12 2 30.35

Tu. 133 30.25

Cloudy W. 14 3 30.05

Th.. 15 30.

Clear F. 16 5 30.02 53

Sa. 17 5. 30.11

Su. 186 30.2

0.02 Showers M. 1917 30.1

Cloudy | Tu. 2018 33 30.

W. 21 9 45 10 13 30.11

Th. 2210 4511 30.32

F. 2811 43-
15 30.2

Sa. 24 0 7 0 30
16 29.98
29.7

0.01 Showers
18 29.49

0.05 Rain Tu. 27 2
29.6

0.09
29.5 -
0.04

Th. 29 3
29.55
0.21 Rain.

Fr. 304 40 5 for
28.95

0.76 29.48

MOON'S PHASES 29.9

FOR NOVEMBER, 1810. 25 30.25 34

Apparent time at Edinburgh.

D. M. H.

First Quart. 4 28 4 morn.
Quantity of Rain........1.18

Full Moon 11 0 6 morn.
Last Quart, 19 41 5 morn.
New Moon 26 18 7 even.

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November 3.-Gunpowder Plot, 1605. . .

13.-Court of Session sits.
24.-Sun enters Sagittarius, 40 min. past 9 evening
30.–St Andrew's day.

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