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To superintend the Ordinary.
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Edward Pownall, Clerk of the Survey, Woolwich Yard.
Feb. 5. At Colliepriest, Devonshire, Lady Mary Hay, a daughter.
8. At Birkenbog, the lady of R. Marquis, a son. 14. At Hollymount-house, county of Mayo, the lady of Thomas Spencer Lindsay, Esq. a daughter. At Athlone, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Murray, C.B. assistant-adjutant-general, a son. 17. At Crailing-house, the lady of James Paton, Esq. a son.
The wife of an industrious weaver in the neighbourhood of Newburgh, Fife, was safely delivered of two sons and a daughter, who, with the mother, are all doing well.
20. Mrs Fraser Tytler of Aldourie, a daughter. The Dutchess of Bedford, a son.
At Merchant-street, Edinburgh, Mrs William Dunlop, a son.
21. At 58, George-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Mackenzie of Strathgarve, a daughter.
-At Leith Fort, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Walker, a daughter.
24. At Edinburgh, the lady of Charles Henry Bazeley, Esq. a son
- At Criggie, Mrs Low, a son.
-At Boulogne-sur-Mer, the lady of Colonel Sir J. Cameron, K.C.B. K.T.S. of the 9th foot, a son. - Mrs Powell, 15, Kathrine-street, Edinburgh, a daughter.
25. Mrs J. H. Ross, 7, Elder-street, Edinburgh,
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
-At Beaumont-cottage, Chertsey, the lady of J. H. Colt, Esq. a daughter.
27. Mrs Macdonald, 38, Heriot-row, Edinburgh, a daughter.
Mrs Stoddart, Albany-street, Edinburgh, a
28. At Dublin-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Swan, a daughter.
At Glenkindy, the lady of Sir Alexander Leith,
At Kincardine manse, Ross-shire, Mrs Macbean, a daughter.
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March 1. At 10, Great Nelson-street, Liverpool, Mrs Dr Hannay, a daughter.
- Mrs Yule, Broughton-place, Edinburgh, a son. 2. Lady Harriet Paget, a daughter.
-In Cavendish-square, London, the lady of Admiral J. E. Douglas, a daughter.
5. At Raeburn-place, Edinburgh, Mrs William
George F. Pomeroy
son, a son.
6. Mrs George Moncrieff, a still-born male child. - At Edmonstone-house, Mrs Wauchope of Edmonstone, a daughter.
At Levenside, Mrs Blackburn of Kilearn, a
At Strathmiglo-field, Mrs Thomas Walker, a
7. At Mansfield, the lady of W. Thomson Honyman, Esq. of Mansfield, a son and heir.
Mrs Moubray, Howe-street, Edinburgh, a son. 8. At Abbey-hill, Edinburgh, Lady Menzies of Menzies, a son.
- Mrs Bringloe, Nelson-street, Edinburgh, a daughter.
10. At Abercromby-place, Edinburgh, Mrs Richard Mackenzie, a daughter.
At York, Mrs Milner of Nunmonkton, a daughter.
At Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, Mrs Andrew Henderson, a son.
At Bonskeid-house, Perthshire, the lady of Captain Hodgson, royal navy, a son.
At New-hall-house, Mrs Brown, a son; her 14th child.
At Aberdeen, Mrs Ferguson of Kimmundy, a
August 24, 1818. At Calcutta, Mr J. Campbell of the Bengal civil service, to Margaret Flora, daughter of the late Mr Douglas, West Indies, and niece of Major J. L. Stuart, honourable East India Company's service.
Jan. 22. At Leith, Captain James Kerr of the ship Peggy, West Indiaman, to Catherine, fourth daughter of the late Captain William Nesbitt, Old Shipping Company, Berwick.
Feb. 17. At Wilton-manse, Roxburghshire, Mr Thomas Wilson, manufacturer, Hawick, to Charlotte, only daughter of the late Charles Grant, writer in Edinburgh.
- David Murray, Esq. wine-merchant, to Marion, youngest daughter of the late Andrew Carmichael, Esq. Edinburgh.
-At the British Ambassador's at Paris, Charles Shakerly, Esq. eldest son of C. Shakerly, Esq. of Shakerly, in the county of Lancaster, and of Somerford-hall, in the county of Chester, to Mademoiselle Rosalie D'Avacy, only daughter of the Duke D'Avacy
18. At Dalkeith, Alexander, youngest son of the late James Murray, Esq. of Craigend, to Jessie, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Moffat, Dalkeith.
21. At Capel, Joseph Carrington Ridgway of Piccadilly, to Elizabeth Ballingall, only daughter of the Rev. Patrick Ballingall Beath of Capel, Surrey, and St Margaret's Ilketshall, Suffolk.
22. At Dalwhat, C. A. Lennock, Esq. captain, royal navy, to Lilias, fifth daughter of John Corson, Esq. of Dalwhat.
23. At London, Thomas Broadwood, Esq. of Juniper-hall, Surrey, to Anne Augusta, eldest daughter of Alexander Mundell, Esq. of Parliament-street.
-At Mavisbank, Alexander Brodie, Esq. merchant in Leith, to Louisa, third daughter of the late Captain William Mercer of the honourable East India Company's service.
- At Leith, Captain Robert Muckle, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr William Campbell, Leith.
21. At the manse of Carnock, the Rev. Peter Cozens, minister of Lauder, to Catherine, only daughter of the Rev. Alex. Thomson, minister of Carnock.
March 1. William Pollock, Esq. of Whitehall, to Margaret, eldest daughter of John Black, Esq. of Clermont.
- At Overton, near York, Robert Dow Kerr, Esq. of Greenock, to Augusta, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Claudius Buchannan, D.D.
Lately. At Hollos, parish of Cannobie, John Lattimer, aged 81, to Janet French, aged 78, after a courtship of 56 years.
At Stoke-upon-Trent in Staffordshire, Mr William Gother, to Miss Ann Ashley. The bridegroom, who is aged about 42, has been in his Majesty's naval service for the term of 22 years, and has lost both his legs. When conducted to the church, he was seated in the forecastle of a Donkey, accompanied by his faithful Dulcinea. On his arrival at the desired haven, he disembarked, and being safely stowed in the hold of the church, he received his blushing bride on his knees, being unable either to stand or walk.
-At Glasgow, Mr Alexander Macdowall, writer, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Robert Walker, Esq. merchant.
2. At Alderstone, Captain A. G. Jackson, of the royal artillery, to Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Walter Cecil, Esq. of Moreton Jeffries, Herefordshire.
-At Lochbuy-house, Donald Campbell, Esq. of Achnacraig, to Miss Eliza Maclane, daughter of the late Murdoch Maclane, Esq. of Lochbuy, island of Mull.
4. At Dundee, James Knowles, Esq. of Kirkton, to Isabella, youngest daughter of William Pitcairn, Esq. Dundee
9. At Paisley, George Robertson, Esq. of London, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Collin Douglas, Esq. of Demerary.
12. Peter Hewett, Esq. W. S. to Isabella, eldest daughter of Andrew Taylor, Esq. of Westbarns.
13. Mr Sergeant Copley, chief justice of Chester, to Mrs Thomas, widow of the late Lieutenant-Col. Thomas.
July 14, 1818. In camp, at Sutwannan, near Talna, of a fever, which he caught in Candeish, Lieu tenant Henry Currie of the 2d regiment Russel Brigade, third son of Mr Currie, writer, Lanark.
Sept. 19. At Canton, Mr Charles More, first officer of the honourable East India Company's ship the Duke of York.
16. At Arniston, John Borthwick, Esq. younger of Crookstoun, advocate, to Miss Dundas, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Lord Chief Baron.
-At Tulliallan-manse, Mr Robert Buist, manufacturer, Perth, to Janet, second daughter of the Rev. David Simson.
-At Wandsworth, the Hon. James Sinclair, second son of the Earl of Caithness, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of George Tritton, Esq. of West-hill.
18. At Edinburgh, Mr John Morrison, writer, to Jane, eldest daughter of James Hay, Esq. Hano
Jan. 19, 1819. At his house, Somerstown, in his 61st year, Mr Greig, author of " Heavens Displayed," &c.
Feb. 1. At Rome, M. Akerblad, aged 60. His death is a severe loss to the sciences of philology and archæology.
4. At Bath, Mrs Hamilton, relict of Colonel F. Hamilton, formerly of the 1st royal Scots.
-At Applecross, Donald Mackenzie, Esq. of Hartfield, son of the late Thomas Mackenzie, Esq. of Applecross, and lieutenant in the 100th regiment of foot.
19. At Edinburgh, Mr William Rutherford, merchant, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr Fletcher Yetts, Castlehill, Edinburgh.
- Mr H. Clarke Taylor, Mid-Calder, to Barbara McKenzie.
-At Clachnaharry, in the 63d year of his age, Mr Davidson, resident engineer of the Caledonian Canal.
11. At Nice, in the prime of life, whether he had gone for the recovery of his health, the Rev. John Shiels, minister of the gospel at Westruther.
12. At his house in Lower Grosvenor-place, Captain Francis Mouat Keith of the royal artillery. 14. At Roseneath-manse, the Rev. Dr George Drummond, in the 82d year of his age, and 53d of his ministry.
-At his house in Canander, George Menzies, Esq. of Rinroy, late chamberlain to his Grace the Duke of Montrose.
- At his apartments in Castle-street, Aberdeen, William Ogilvie, Esq. professor of Humanity in the King's College of that city.
At Edinburgh, William Taylor, Esq. late merchant in Glasgow.
15. At Killin, Perthshire, Mr Peter Campbell, aged 34 years, third son of Mr Duncan Campbell, late of Dalgirdy.
17. At the manse of Trinity Gask, Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Ralph Taylor of Monzie.
-At London, James Dobie, sen. surgeon, R.N. At Amisfield-mains, Mrs Elizabeth Bogue, widow of the late William Brodie, Esq. in the 78th year of her age.
18. At Jedburgh, in the 13th year of his age, after only two days' illness, Charles, only son of Mr Duncan Cowan, merchant in Edinburgh.
Agnes Jane, the infant daughter of the late Mr Ralph Hardie, writer in Edinburgh.
20. At her house, Wharton-place, Mrs Julia Kerr, relict of Robert Kerr, Esq.
-At Taunton, Mrs Mackenzie, wife of Kenneth Mackenzie, Esq.
-At Arkleton, near Langholm, after an illness of three weeks, John Jardine, Esq.
-At Newbattle, of a short illness, Mr James Lumsden, farmer.
21. At Leven, Fifeshire, Lieutenant Thomas Younger, R. N. late commander of his Majesty's ship Theodosia in the Mediterranean Sea.
-At Arbroath, Mr Thomas Dick, surgeon. -At the manse of Barr, the Rev. Stephen Young, minister of that parish.
-At Perth, Mrs Bathea Nairne, relict of George Spalding, Esq. of Glenkilry.
-At Kinross, Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr Bruce Beveridge, in her 19th year.
At Stirling, Mrs Elizabeth Bennet, spouse of Robert Banks, Esq. of Craighead.
22. At Edinburgh, James Syme, Esq. of Northfield.
At Edinburgh, Mrs Helen Buchan, widow of John Glassell, Esq. of Longniddry.
- In St Patrick-square, Edinburgh, Catharine
Kay, daughter of Mr James Kay, writer, Edinburgh.
24. At Edinburgh, Mrs Rowland, widow of Francis Rowland, Esq. captain in the late 84th regiment of foot, and secretary to the commander-inchief in India.
-At her mother's house, Shrub-place, Leithwalk, Miss Helen Ranken.
26. At Ravelstone, Alexander Keith, Esq. of Dunottar.
In Milne-square, Edinburgh, aged 77 years, Mrs John Gray, a gentleman of deep erudition, eminently skilled in the learned languages, and no less remarkable for his modesty than for his talents and attainments.
27. At Birdstone, Mrs Gray, wife of John Gray, Esq. of Birdstone, Campsie.
At her house in George-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Mary Joass, wife of James Alexander Haldane, Esq.
At Buchany, near Doune, Duncan Balfour, a glazier, aged 81. He was a man of superior abilities, of a ready country wit, possessing an astonishing fund of anecdote concerning the great families of Scotland; a firm adherent of the unfortunate Prince Charles Edward, in memory of whom he preserved, with the utmost care, a silver quegh, out of which the prince is said to have drank on his way through Doune, immediately before the battle of Culloden. He remembered the Highlandman's year, and boasted of having once seen the Prince. He was honest in all his dealings, led an active life, enjoyed it to the last, and was at work the day before he died.
-The Rev. Robert Robertson, minister of the gospel at Ednam, Roxburghshire.
28. At his house of Broomhill, near Lasswade, Captain Robert Forbes, royal navy.
At his house in Chichester, in his 60th year, Vice-Admiral Sir George Murray, K.C.B. and late captain of the fleet under Lord Nelson.
At Farr, Inverness-shire, Miss Ann Mackintosh, eldest daughter of James Mackintosh, Esq. of Farr, after a long and painful illness.
-At Knockhay, near Campbletown, Augusta Clavering, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel John
March 1. At No 2, Tiviot-row, Edinburgh, Alexander Merchant, senior, of the excise, aged 70 years.
2. At Inverleithen, Mrs Mary Anderson, relict of Mr Robert Horsburgh, late in Yair.
3. At Dalry-mills, Andrew Veitch, Esq. -At Woodside, Miss Anne Scott, daughter of the late Walter Scott, Esq. of Harden.
4. At Perth, Marjory, daughter of the late John Kennedy, Esq. factor to the Earl of Breadalbane.
- At Glasgow, Mr David Laurie, junior, merchant.
where he continued to serve throughout the whole of the American war; after returning to England he went to America a second time, and served in Canada three years. He afterwards served under the command of the Duke of York in Flanders, where he had the honour, upon one occasion, of receiving, in public orders, the thanks of his royal highness. Major General Trotter has served in Ireland since the year 1801, during which period the benevolence of his disposition, and suavity of his manners, had endeared him to an extensive circle of acquaintance.
7. Sandilands George, youngest son of Mr Brown, solicitor-at-law, Bank-street.
At Hope-park-end, Edinburgh, John Yetts, Esq. R. N.
At Newington, Mrs Agnes Cockburn, relict of John Burn, Esq. of Coldoch.
At Edinburgh, Mrs Anna Woodgate, wife of William Francis Woodgate, Esq. late of Somerhall, Kent.
8. At his seat, St John Lodge, Herts, Sir Cornelius Cuyler, Bart. a general in the army, (which he entered full 59 years ago) governor of Kinsale, and colonel of the 69th regiment of foot, having served twice as a commander-in-chief abroad, and previously in other very important, though inferior situations. He is succeeded in his title by his eldest son, a major in the army, now Sir Charles.
At his house, No 2, Paterson's-court, BroughMr James Sommers, attorney of exchequer. -At Lanark, Mrs Wilson, relict of John Wilson, town-clerk.
11. At Kilconquhar-house, Henry Bethune, Esq. of Kilconquhar.
-At Hawick, Miss Margaret Langlands, aged
12. At Upton Grey, Hampshire, the seat of J. H. Beaufoy, Esq. Charlotte, youngest daughter of the late Stephen Cosser, Esq. Millbank-street, Westminster.
- At Pilrig-street, William Ogilvy, Esq. merchant in Leith.
At his lodgings in Paliol College, Oxford, the Right Rev. John Parsons, D. D. Lord Bishop of Peterborough. His Lordship was in the 58th year of his age, and had suffered for some weeks previously to his disease under the severe and agonising malady of the rheumatic gout,
13. At Ladyfield-place, Edinburgh, Alexander Ferguson, Esq. of Baledmund.
14. Of an apoplectic fit, Sophia Elizabeth, wife of Colonel John Shedden of Elms, near Lymington, aged 38.
At his house, Salisbury-place, Newington, George Andrew, Esq. writer in Edinburgh. -At Seggieden, Mrs Margaret Richardson, wife of James Hay, Esq. of Seggieden.
16. Mary, the infant daughter of Dr James Millar, Brown's-square, Edinburgh.
At Colzium, Margaret, second daughter of James Davidson, Esq. W. S.
18. At Clapham, E. Parratt, Esq. aged 72, who filled, with great ability, the important office of clerk of the journals, to the House of Lords, for 24 years.
Lately. At Ardmore, John Geddes, Esq.
At Knock of Kincairn, Strathspey, Captain John Steuart of the 53d regiment of foot. His death was occasioned by a lingering indisposition, from the effects of the wounds and contusions he received at the storming of Fort Calliger, in the East Indies, on the 2d February 1812; when leading the grenadier company up to the breach, he was precipitated down the perpendicular rock on which the fort is built, apparently dead. In his death, at the early age of 35 years, his country, which he had served in the 92d and 93d regiments, with the merited approbation of his superior officers, for 16 years, has sustained a heavy loss.
On his voyage home from Quebec, Captain Archibald Moore of Seabank, Rothesay. It is understood his ship was wrecked in the river St Lawrence, and that all on board perished.
At Holmwood, near Henley, aged 17, Ensign Kerr, 85th foot, eldest son of Lord Mark Kerr. At Dalkeith, Robert, youngest son of Mr William Ballantine, nurseryman there.
At Rochester, the Rev. William Philip Menzies
THE FLY-FISHER'S GUIDE. BY G. C. BAINBRIDGE, ESQ.*
WHAT a magical wand is a fishing rod tapering out of a window over a crowded street in a great city! It transports one in a moment from heat, dust, clamour, yells and rattling, into all the murmuring freshness of rural solitude.
"Bright volumes of vapour through Lothbury glide, And a river flows on through the vale of Cheapside."
Such a wand waves with peculiar potency in this our good city of Edinburgh. How often, when shrouded in one of those dense columns of sand that would do credit to the interior of Africa, have we ventured, with some confidence, to open our eyes, as we instinctively knew ourselves to be immediately under the window of a fishing-tackle shop-and felt, as we passed below the dangling wooden salmon, as if a shower of pellucid water were besprinkling all our dusty being. How finely and gracefully those two rods, from Mackenzie's and Maclean's, on opposite sides of the North Bridge, cut the horizon, as you advance from the Register-office to the Tron-church! They are far more effective than any mere living trees; and indeed, we have often thought it one of the many oversights of painters, that, in their pictures of town scenery, they have, as far as we recollect, never introduced those potent rods that taper away into the clear blue sky, bent down, as it were, with the weight of so many rural associations.
It is now the season of angling. Trout-fishing is in perfection in all the streams, and rivers and lakes of Scot
land. Much pleasure and much pain is now enjoyed and suffered there. The expert and skilful angler is, even now that the pen is in our hand (oh! that it were exchanged for a fifteen feet rod), gently and slowly laying on some green bank of the Tweed, a four-pounder" trout glittering with all his beautiful dies→→→→ while many hopeless aspirants are flogging the water in vain, have dropped their hook, like an anchor, beneath some unlucky stone, or fastened the end of their line, like the towing rope of an overloaded canal boat, on some immoveable and inexorable tree.
Miss Joanna Baillie, we think it is who says,
The Fly Fisher's Guide, illustrated by Coloured Plates, representing upwards of forty of the most useful Flies, accurately copied from Nature; by Geo. C. Bainbridge. Liverpool, Wright and Cruickshank. 1816.