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14. At Mayne, the lady of Colonel Hay of Wes order of St Louis, commander of the Legion of terton, a son.
Honour, &c. to Lady Maria Caroline Brundenell - Near Hampton, Mrs R. Boog, a son.
Bruce, eldest daughter of the Earl and Countess of 16. At Houndwood House, the lady of Captain Aylesbury. Collison, royal navy, a daughter.
19. At Edinburgh, Mr R. Robertson, jun. Glas - In Sackville Street, Dublin, the lady of James gow, to Clementina, daughter of the late Mr J. Traill Hall, Esq. a daughter.
Carmichael, Aithrey, Stirlingshire. 19. At Schivas, Aberdeenshire, the lady of Alex. - At Paisley, Deputy Assistant CommissaryForbes Irvine, Esq. a son.
General J. Paterson, to Eliza, youngest daughter 20. At Newington, Edinburgh, Mrs Mowbray of the late Mr John Miller, manufacturer. Stenhouse, a son.
- At London, the Honourable Frederick Syl25. At Shandwick Place, Edinburgh, the lady of vester North Douglas, only son of Lord Glenbervie, John Douglas, Esq. of Lockerby, a daughter. to Harriet, eldest daughter of William Wrightson, - At Maryfield, East-road, Mrs Anderson, a son. Esq. of Cusworth.
21. At Edinburgh, Major Orr, of the Royal Fu
ziliers, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late Spencer MARRIAGES.
Boyd, Esq. of Pinkill, Ayrshire.
22. At Broughton Street, Edinburgh, James kinson, to Eleonora, daughter of R. Brown, Esq.
Crauford, Esq. to Miss Eliza H. Bell.
Oct. 1818. At Calcutta, Mr George Hamilton, 28. At Dundee, Robert Stirling Graham, Esq.
second son of the late John Hamilton, Esq. of Polof Kincaldrum, to Miss Mary-Ann Jobson, eldest
mont Bank, daughter of John Jobson, Ex. of Rosemount.
Dec. 23. In the interior of India, Ensign James - At Liverpool, the Rev. James Macgowan, Rainnie Anderson, of the Honourable the India master of the academy, Seel Street, Lo Miss Susan Company Engineers, roungest son of John Andernah Jackson, of the county of Westmoreland. son, Esq. of Winterfield.
29. At Ralston House, Robert Orr, Esq. eldest Jan. 13, 1819. At Bangalore, after a short ill-
March 27. At Golden Grove Estate, island of
In March last, off Vera Cruz, of a malignant fe late of Islandree, to Jane, eldest daughter of the ver, aged 15, Henry Symons; and five days after, late Patrick Macdougal, Esq. of Gallanach.
through excess of grief at the loss of his brother, 2. At Corslie, Robert Allan, Esq. of Strawberry George Symons; both midshipmen on board his Hall, to Rebecca, daughter of the deceased John Majesty's ship Sybille, and twin sons of J. W. SyLawrie, Esq. of Lowherriot.
mons, Esq. of Bath. 5. At Dunfermline, Mr James Orrock, mer Near Falmouth, Jamaica, in the end of March chant, to Miss Jessie Malcolm, youngest daughter last, Joseph Wood, Esq. an amiable and excellent of the late Finlay Malcolm, brewer there.
character, whose valuable and endearing qualities 6. At Edinburgh, Mr Henry Ovendon Collard, will be long remembered by his surviving relations to Grace, only daughter of Mr Thoinas Gilchrist, and friends. Edinburgh.
June 3. At Edinburgh, at Mr Hay's, Heriot - At London, William Yates Peel, Esq. M. P. Row, Major Thomas Broughame, late of the Honsecond son of Sir Robert Peel, Bart. to Lady Jane ourable East India Company's service. Moore, second daughter of the Earl of Mount 15. At Beaumont Place, Edinburgh, in her 20th Cashell.
year, Miss Elizabeth Lighthody, only daughter of 8. At London, I. R. G. Graham, Esq. M. P. el the late Mr James Lightbody, hat manufacturer in dest son of Sir James Graham, Bart. of Netherby, Glasgow; and on the 21st, his son, Mr James to Fanny Callander, youngest daughter of James Lightbody, hatter, in his 22d year. Campbell, Esq. of Ardkinglass. His Royal High Suddenly, Mr James Weatherly, tenant in ness the Duke of York gave the bride away, and Hopridge, aged 72. the Duchess of York was present at the ceremony. - At Bermuda, Richard Fred. Baird, youngest
9. At Edinburgh, at St Paul's Chapel, Robert son of Sir James Gardiner Baird of Saughtonball, M'Queen, Esq. younger of Braxfield, to Zepherina,
Drowned, between Coll and Ardnamurchan,
17. At London, aged 82, William Wallis, Esq. - At Edinburgh, Alexander Thomson, Esq. the oldest surgeon in the British navy, and last re. W. S. to Ann, eldest daughter of Charles Hay, Esq. maining of those who, in the year 1784, under the Great King-street.
command of Captain Phipps, afterwards Lord Mul13. At Edinburgh, Mr J. F. Williams, landscape grave, in the Racehorse and Carcase, went the expainter, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr James pedition to the North Pole, in which enterprise he Pillans, printer in Edinburgh.
was surgeon on board the Carcase. - At Edinburgh, William Bogue, Esq. of Kirk 18. At Glasgow, Mr J. Hepburn, writing-master, land, in the county of Haddington, to Miss Eliza aged 57; and on the 21st, his son James, aged 11. beth West, only daughter of the late Lieutenant They were interred in one grave. Colonel John West.
19. At Moray Street, Leith Walk, Mr William - At Laverock Bank, John Street, Esq. royal Wilkie. regiment artillery, to Catherine, second daughter - At Perth, Mrs Stewart of Bonskeid. of Henry Jardine, Esq. of Harwood.
- At Hackness, Margaret Anne, wife of George 14. At Erskine Manse, James Haldane Tait, Esq. Johnstone, Esq. and eldest daughter of the late Sir captain in the royal navy, to Stewart, youngest R. V. B. Johnstone, Bart. daughter of the late Rev. Robert Cunninghame of 20. At Zurich, in the 53d year of his age, Mr Balgownie.
Henry Lavater, physician, son of the celebrated 15. At London, Charles Drummond, Esq. jun. physiognomist of that name. to the Honourable Mary Dulsebella Eden, sister of
21. Åt Newton-upon-Ayr, James Turner, aged Lord Auckland.
100. He was a sergeant in the king's army in the - At Aberdeen, William Allen, Esq. to Ann, year 1745 daughter of the late P. Duncan, Esq.
- At Dundee, aged 19, Thomas, youngest son 16. At Edinburgh, Mr James Stephens More, of Mr James Duncan, jun. Castlehill, Dundee. teller, Royal Bank, to Catherine, eldest daughter 22. At her house in Park-street, London, Mary, of the late Walter Lockhart, Esq. depute clerk of Baroness Mordaunt of Turvey, aged 82. By her Session.
death this old peerage descends to his Grace the 17. First at the church of the Assumption, Rue Duke of Gordon, who also succeeds to the entailed St Honore, and afterwards at the chapel of the estate of Durris, in Kincardineshire. English ambassador, and in presence of his Excel 23. In Easter Duddingstone, Mr Patrick Meik. lency, Colonel the Cointe de Mondreville, of the - At Airdrie, the Rev. Andrew Duncanson, king's garde du corps, knight of the royal military minister of the associate congregation there, in the
52d year of his age, and 27th of his ministry. He Hay, Esq. formerly speaker of the honourable possessed, in an eminent degree, the various quali. House of Assembly of the island of Grenada. tjes which constitute an amiable character.
11. At Stirling, Captain James Crichton, of the -- At Milton, the infant son of Sir David Hunter Briton Indiaman. Blair.
12. At Dalkeith, Mr George Rae, merchant At Bath, Captain Philip Dumaresg, R. N. there. 24. At Cheltenham, Lieut.-General Charles Rey. 13. At Dunbar, of scarlet fever, Peter, aged three nolds, of the Honourable East India Company's years, eldest son of George Sandilands, Esq. service, on the Bombay establishment.
- At Seaton House, Hannah Charlotte GeorgiAt Edinburgh, Mr John Richmond, mer. ana, the infant daughter of Lord James Hay. chant, Blair-street.
- At Edinburgh, Mr William Ford, of the Ca- At Hursley Park, in Hampshire, Sir William ledonian Glass Works. Heathcote, Bart. He represented the county of 14. At Kensington Palace, Lady Porter, relict Southampton in three successive Parliaments, but of Sir Stanier Porter, Knight. retired from public life at the general election in 15. At the manse of Pittenweem, in the presby. 1806, on account of ill health.
tery of St Andrew's, the Rev. Dr James Nairne of - At Smeaton, in the 81st year of his age, Sir Claremont, minister of that parish, in the 69th George Buchan Hepburn, Bart. of Smeaton, for year of his age and the 44th of his ministry. Dr merly one of the Barons of the Court
of Exchequer. Nairne died the father of his presbytery, as his 27: At Middleton House, John Hepburn Mit grandfather and father had done. The family
have chelson, youngest son of the late Archibald Hep been favoured in Providence by a long tract at burn Mitchelson, Esq. of Middleton.
public usefulness in the sacred function; the Dor 29. At Abbeville, on his way to Paris, Marma tor's grandfather and father having been parochial duke Constable Maxwell, Esq. of Terreagles, coun ministers in the same presbytery with himself, the ty of Dumfries, and of Everingham, in the county one for 68 and the other for 53 years. Their united of York.
incumbences amount to 164 years, while for 116 July 1. At Kingston, John Burn,
successive years their names have stood in the presAnne Sophia Shipley, aged 17, daughter of bytery roll. Although in a state of great debility William Green, Esq. of Stanway Hall; and in the of body, insomuch that latterly he had to sit in evening of the same day, her twin sister Harriet the pulpit, Dr Nairne's mind continued to be in Mary Frances.
full vigour ti the last; and the variety of his du- At Dunbar, of scarlet fever, Marion Hepburn, ties the last time he preached is striking :-on the eldest daughter of George Sandilands, Esq.; and second Sunday before his death, he not only did on the 3d, George Macfarlane, son of Mrs Sandi his usual forenoon duty, but in addition, ordained lands and the late Duncan Macfarlane, Esq. Glas elders, dispensed the sacrament of baptism, and cegow.
lebrated a marriage. 2. At Stockwall, Mr James Mackay, of the Fo 16. At Edinburgh, Mrs Ann Fraser, relict of Mr reign Department of the War Office.
John Rae, surgeon. - At Newbyth, Mrs Maria Hearsy Gavin, spouse 17. At Gallatown, near Dysart, Mr Dav. Thomof Robert Baird of Newbyth, Esq.
son, late merchant there; and, at Coaltown, on 3. In Salisbury-street, Edinburgh, Mr Alexander the preceding evening, his son, David. Walker,
formerly a brewer and bailie of this city. 18. At Kersewell, William Bertram, Esq. of At Paris, H. Crawford, Esq. late of Greenock. Nisbet. At Paris, Laurence Oliphant, Esq. of Gask. 19. At Edinburgh, Isabella, only daughter of
At Viewfield, near Stirling, Major Alexander Mr Andrew Brown, bookseller, Leith-street. Stewart, Fasnacloich, in the 84th year of his age. 20. At his house, Albany-street, Edinburgh, at an
4. At Newabbey, Miss Isabella Anderson, daugh advanced age, John Playfair, Esq. Professor of Natuter of John Anderson, Esq. of Fermoy, Ireland. ral Philosophy in the university of this city. No man
- At Glammis, Patrick Proctor, Esq. of Hal ever, perhaps, deserved or enjoyed a larger share kerton,
of the public esteem. By the world at large he was - At Oban, Mrs Marion Steel, spouse of Mr respected for his great and various acquirements, Hugh Stevenson, senior, universally regretted. both in literature and science, while to the circle of
5. At Torbain, aged 14, Helen Robertson, daugh his private friends, he was, in a peculiar manner, ter of William Scott, pewterer, Edinburgh.
endeared, by his mild and unassuming character. - At Edinburgh, Miss Ann Hamilton, youngest He was one of the greatest ornaments of the unidaughter of Alexander Blair, Esq. W.S.
versity of Edinburgh.-Monday, the remains of - At his house in Charles-street, Edinburgh, Mr the much-lamented Professor were interred in the John Ranken, late of Portugal-street, Lincoln's Inn old Calton burying-ground. The corpse was preFields, London.
æded by a great number of gentlemen who had - Át his seat at Newlands, in the county of been pupils of the deceased, and the members of Southampton, the Honourable Admiral Sir Wm the Speculative Society, in fours; it was followed Cornwallis, G. C. B. Vice-Admiral of England, &c. by the Magistrates of the city, the mace and hal. &c.
berds of their officers covered with erape--the Pro 6. At Forbes Lodge, Alexander Forbes, Esq. of fessors of the University, the mace also covered Invernan.
with crape--the members of the Royal, Medical, - At Haddington, Mr Adam Christison, sur and Physical Societies—the Astronomical Institargeon, aged 21.
tion--the Wernerian Natural History Society, and 7. At Portobello, Charles, second son of Henry a great number of private friends. About half-past David Erskine, Esq. of Ammondell.
two, the melancholy procession moved from his - At her house, Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, late residence in Albany Street, through a vast conMrs Murray of Mitchelstone.
course of spectators, who appeared deeply imAt Elder-street, Edinburgh, Miss Catherine pressed in beholding this tribute to departed excelCameron, daughter of the late Mr John Cameron, lence. On reaching the burying ground, the gen. merchant, Leith.
tlemen who preceded the corpse opened, two and - At St Andrew's, Mr William Paterson, hair two, and uncovered, as it passed to the place of indresser.
terinent. 8. At Milnathort, after a short illness, the Rev. - At Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, Miss Murray, Andrew Imrie, in the 72d year of his age, and 34th only daughter of the late Hon. and Rev. Dean of his ministry.
Murray of Killaloe, in Ireland. At Canaan Grove, in the neighbourhood of Lately-At Clifton, Mrs Spear, the lady of Capt. Edinburgh, Miss Margaret Campbell, daughter of Joseph Spear, R. N. She was the second daughter the late Mr James Campbell of Glasgow.
of the late Ludowiek Grant, Esq. of Knockandow, 9. At Rothesay, George Cunninghame, Esq. and a near relative of the Duke of Gordon and the Surveyor-general of the Customs for Scotland. Earl of Aboyne.
- At Inglismaldie, Kincardineshire, after a few On his passage to Bermuda, in consequence of a days illness, Juliet, Countess of Kintore.
fall from the poop of his Majesty's ship Newcastle, - At Milnfield, after a lingering illness, Mrs Lieutenant George C. Yeo, only brother of the late Ann Bean, aged 55, wite of Mr Macdonnell, writer, Commodore Sir J. L. Yeo. Inverness.
At Oze, in the Isle of Skye, Captain Alexander 10. At his house in Slonne Street, Chelsea, James Macleod.
Oliver & Boyd, Printers, Edinburgh.
TO JAMES HOGG ESQUIRE of Eltrire lake Yarrow, eommonly called the Eurick or Chaldean Shepherd. Author of the Queens Wake, Pilgrims of the Sun, llogg on Sherp and many celebrated articles in this Magazine, Member of the Dilettanti Society of Edinburgh, the Dirty Shirt of Glasgow, the Shakespeare of Alloa
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