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Donald Cameron, late of Camusinnis, near Strontian.-At Inverness, Christiana Mackenzie, wife of G. Camerov, esq. solicitor.--At Muthil, Aug. 18, Miss Mary Campbell, aged 90: when a child, she was led to view the army of Prince Charles, after the victory at Falkirk.--At Aberdeen, July 14, Dr. Alexander Dauney, aged 84, Professor of Civil Law in King's College, Sheriff substitute of the county, and assessor to the magistrates of that burgh.—At Ratachan, July 16, David Dick, esq. of Glensheil.-In London, Sept. 4, James Farquhar, esq. for many years representative for the Aberdeen district of burghs.-At Dornoch, Ross-shire, June 23, Angus Fraser, esq. aged 60, chief magistrate of that burgh.—At Aberdeen, Aug. 13, aged 82, Dr. G. French, professor of chemistry in the Marischal College.--In London, Aug 20; Mary, eldest daughter of Col. Leith Hay, M.P.--At Aberdeen, July 16, Miss Emily Forbes Leith, of Whitehaugh.—At old Aberdeen, 27th ult, aged 82, Thomas Kilgour, esq. of Bethelnie.-At Bræhead, Methsen, July 24, Janet Leslie, aged 105!-At Kircudbright, June 29, John Mac Eachin, esq. of Deeside, aged 79, one of the magistrates of that burgh. - At Edinburgh, July 13, Sarah Graham, relict of the late Major Robert Mac Gregor, E.I.C. service.-At Inverness, June 20, aged 74, John Mackenzie, merchant aud baillie of that town.-At Grahamstown, Falkirk, June 30, Isabella, wife of Lachlan Mackinnon, esq.–At Causeway Head, Stirling, John Mac Donald, esq. aged 70.—August 9, at Laig, island of Egg, Allan Mac Donald, esq.-july 17, at Charlotte Place, Edinburgh, P. Mac Laurin, esq. solicitor.—July 14, at Kirkaldy, Christiana, relict of Captain Roderick Mac Lean, of Coll.–At Stirling, Sept. 3, the Rev. John Marshall, second minister of Stirling, for some time pastor of the Scots church, Swallow-street, London.–At Leith, June 23, William, eldest son of the Rev. W.Menzies, minister of Keir.–At Perth, aged 76, Margaret Robinson, widow of the late Alex. Campbell, Scots Brigade.-At Dunkeld, Aug. 11, Louisa Stewart, wife of Robt. Cargill, esq. banker.–At Dunrobin Castle, July 19, his Grace George Duke of Sutherland, Marquis of Stafford, &c. aged 75. In 1785 his Grace married the Right Hon. Elizabeth. countess of Sutherland, Baroness Strathnaver, &c. the representative of the oldest earldom in Scotland. On the day of the funeral about 8000 people, from all parts of the family estates, and neighbourhood, assembled around the castle, and were regaled with 7000 loaves, 14 fat bullocks, and a great number of sheep, together with 30 hogsheads of ale. The earls of Sutherland were buried at Dornoch since 1248, and the cathedral is now to be repaired, and enriched by a statue of the late duke. PRICES OF SHARES in CAMBRIAN & CALEDONIAN CANALS.

Brecknock and Abergavenny, 85l.; Crinan, 21.; Edinburgh and Glasgow, 98l.; Forth and Clyde, 545l. ; Glamorganshire, 2901.; Monmouthshire, 1981.; Montgomery, 851.; Shrewsbury, 255l.; Shropshire, 1381.; Swansea, 2201.

Closing Price, Sept. 21.-—Austrian Bonds, 96% ; Belgian, 95; Brazilian, 70; Buenos Ayres, 24; Chilian, 26; Columbian, 19; Danish, 741; Greek, 38; Mexican 264; Peruvian, 19); Portuguese, 76; Ditto Scrip, 20 per cent.; Prussian, 1024; Russian, 102}; Spanish, 22; ditto 1823, 191; Dutch, 48$; French Rentes, 103.

ENGLISH FUNDS. Sept. 21.–3 per cent.Consols, 88}; New 3} per cent. 96); India Stock, 243.

CHARLES EDMONDS, Broker, Change Alley, Cos

ERRATA. Page 365, for “Freigid," read “ Treiged,” 5th line from bottom.-p. 419, after "gun," (line 12) add " iarraidh."-p. 412, (line 13) for “ Eaglæ," read " Eagal."- p. 470, (line 29) for “ Balvie," read “ Balvill."

FOREIGN FUNDS.

PAGE.
ALDERMANIC M.P., a dependent spirited one

4
Adieu to the Cottage (see Poetry)

64
Anecdotes of Thomas Àp Ifan Rhys, a reputed Prophet

94
Apostrophe to Sleep (see Poetry)

114
Antiquities, Border

139
Apothecaries' Hall

140
Arts, the Fine, in Wales, Progress of

147
Antique, the, Picturesque, and Literary Spirit of Wales, Essay on 153
Athole Gathering

615
Acrostic (see Poetry)

515
Agriculture, Ancient

188
Amateur Gipsy, Second Letter from,–Heresies in Taste, Proposed

Parliament of Taste ; Inviolability of Ruins and of Church-
yards, Death's Tree, the Yew the noblest Mausoleum

496
Assizes, the Summer, in Wales

454
Benyon, David, Story of

24
Brittany, Tour through

57
British Church, Antiquity of the

580
Breton Dress

57
Bez-Argraf Plentyn (see Poetry)

75
Bards, Office and Functions of the Old

108
of the Old Celts

187
Border Antiquities

139
Boroughs, Boundaries of the Welsh

142
Births

148, 308, 464-5, 618
Britain, on the Ancient History of

244
Bræmar Gathering

615
Birmingham, St. David's Day celebrated at

298
Blackwell, Rev. John, Testimonial of Regard to

305
Builth, Inhabitants of, intend petitioning as to the distance from Poll-
ing Booth

308
Bridal, the (see Poetry)

360
Brothers of Baltoman, the, a
Tale

384
Bruce, Charles Cumming, Esq., elected m.P.

462

52
Cypiraeth, the, a prevailing Superstition in Wales
Cambria (see Poetry)

72
Chivalry, an Essay upon

76
Cromleach, a, called Coeten Arthur

115
Error in reading an Inscription upon one at Kilkenny

120
Carnarvon Castle, Battlements of, surmounted with Busts

119

565
Cadwallon, Period of the Reign of
Cæsar, Extracts from

179-80, 184, 185, 191-2

124
Clive, Life of Robert Lord, Review of
Anecdotes of

125
Canal Shares

152, 312, 470

176
Cantrev y Gwaelod (Note)

177
Cyric, St. (Note)
Coracles, Ancient Practice of Females Travelling in (Note)

ib.
Ceredig, an Ancient Prince (Note)

ib,

179
Celts, Historical History of
Curious Medical Receipts possessed by

185
Dress of the

186

190
Banquets of the Ancient
Much addicted to Drunkenness

192

ib.
Women, Beautiful

193
Severe Laws against Murder of Husbands by Wives

313
Essay ou their alleged Barbarity

179
Clanship among the Celts in Gaul

221
Celtic Legend

189
Cider, Derivatives of the Word (Note)

190
Used by the Ancient Celts

PAGE.
Ceinog, Etymology of

589
Carro, Jean de, Ode Latine sur Carlsbad, Review

590
Conolly, James, esq. on the Foreign Policy of England, Review

598
Carnarvon Castle, Ancient List of Stores in

276
Caer Vorwyn

278
Constantius, the Embarkation of, a Celtic Romance

567
Child of Misfortune (see Poetry)

290
Cheltenham, St. David's day celebrated at

299
Conway, St. David's day celebrated at

296
Chester, St. David's day celebrated at

297
College, St. David's

307
Caledonian Canal

319
Caeo, Parish of, Roman Mine in

321
Clansman's Tale

328
Clarke, Dr. Adam, Letter respecting the late

403
Clans, History of the, Extracts from an unpublished,

406, 513
Cymmrodorion Eisteddvod and Congress

450
Cardiganshire, Account of Two immense Horns found in

425
Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant for

455
Coal Mines, Accidents in

457
Caledonian Asylum

459
Campbell, Archibald, elected Dean of Faculty

462
Cwmdu, Ancient Sepulchral Monument in the Church

519
Cattock's Monument

519
Cadwallader, Period of the Reign of

565
Disaffection of the Country Population

8
Death-bedsides, Gleanings by
Deaths

150, 309, 467, 620
Dogs of Hell

51
Deer, the Legh or Savage Deer, immense Antlers of
Druids, Female

140
Druidic Meetings, Notice of the Ancient

545
Diodorus, Extracts from

183, 185, 187
Dovey River, Land recovered from the Estuary of

194
Decomposed Matter in Soil, Effects of

195
Dalclutha, a Celtic Legend

221
Deity, the (see Poetry)

242
Davyth ap Gwilym (see Poetry)

391
David, St., Anniversary, celebration of in London and the Country 294
see (Poetry)

175
College
Dear Father-land (see Poetry)

295
Dry-Rot, Review of Faraday upon the

433
Druidic Chorus (see Poetry)

452
Dunraven Castle, Legend of

524
Election, on the

1
Epitaph on a Poet (see Poetry)

103
Edernion, curious Marble found there by Edw. Llwyd in the 17th Century, 283
Ecclesiastical News

135, 301, 450, 613
Earthquake felt in South Wales

307
Epigram (see Poetry)

220
Edward I., upou his policy in prevailing upon the Welsh to adopt his Son, 419
Eisteddvod in London

450
to be holden next Year

455
Flintshire Agricultural Society

135
Female Druids

140
Funds, Foreign and English

152, 312, 470, 622
Fair Pilgrim, the (see Poetry)

175
Fragment (see Poetry)

193
Faraday, Professor, on the Dry Rot, Review of

433
Fisheries, River, Preservation of

450
Gwahoddwr, the, (see Poetry)

64

307

Gododin, Two Letters respecting the, a splendid copy in the possession
of the Rev. Thomas Price, of Crickhowell

122
the, proposed to be printed

274
Gloucester, Humphrey, duke of, portion of the Thigh-Bone of, in the
possession of a Correspondent

158
Grey Phalarope, the Natural History of

191
Glendwr, Owain, Wander to his Cave

215
Gäel, the, a Word to

269
on the imputed Indolence of the

313
Triads

411
Garter, the, Derivation of the Motto of the Order of

275
Gaëlic Dictionary, M‘Alpine's Review of

28-1
Letter on Dr. Armstrong's

582
Proverbs and Translation

405, 414, 507, 553, 561, 566
Triads

411
Gogovan Caves

321
Gwyddno's Horses, the Poison of

382
Gwyddno, the Fort of, in the Sea

332
Gelert's Grave (see Poetry)

303
Glamorganshire Legend, the Lord of Dunraven

521
Hazlitt, William, the late

25
Harmony (see Poetry)

104
Harp, the Welsh, account of

138
Hugo Goronwy, Story of

217
Health, Ode to, (see Poetry)

267
Hooks, Nicholas, Epitaph upon

277
Hell's Pool

321
Hog-backed Trout of Plinlimmon, History of

391
Honi, definition of the Word

420
Havod Estate, purchased by the Duke of Newcastle

455
Highlands, Education in the

457
Celtic Society in the

458
Regiments

462
Dress, Essay upon the

473
Lines on the restoration of, (see Poetry)

493
Highlander's Daughter, the, a Tale

557
Ich Diene or Eicb Dyn, Discussion as to its Derivation

116
Juror's Guide, the, a Review of

130
Ireland, Post-Office communication with

138
on the Ancient Money of

2014
Iron Trade, the Welsh

117
Invasion, Mode of communicating News of an inland, among the Celts 183
Judicature, Courts of, Ancient Celts, held in the open air (Note)

184
Julian, Extracts from

189
John David Rhys, Dr. Epigram by

220
Invertromie, Laird of, Anecdote of

406
Juvenilia, the, Review of

259
Irish Invocation (see Poetry)

305
Legislation for the

508
Inverness Academy

458
Iona, Formation of the lona Club

459
Iona Club, Meeting of

616
James VI., King, Letters of to the Earl of Mar

551
Jones on a Graduated Property and Income Tax, Review,

601
Kilkenny (see Cromleach)
Llewelyn, the Bridal of, (see Poetry)

20
Llyn Coch Hwyad, Excursion to the late

105
Literary Notices

131, 293, 449,610-11
London and Provincial News

135
London, St. David's Day in

294
Llanfechan National School

137

Locomotive Engines

139
Lowland Hundred (Note)

176
Livy, Extracts from

182
Lewis Glyn Cothi

583
Llanwrtyd, Secluded Mineral Wells at

257
Lhwyd, Edward, Unpublished Letters of, in the 17th Century

278
Llanmileu, the Rose of, Review of

292
Liverpool, St. David's Day celebrated at

297
Llyn Pair

381
Longevity, instances of in Wales

307
Longevity

451
Liverpool Auxiliary Bible Society

455
Bible Society, Welsh, at

ib.
Lowland Dress, a Satire upon the (see Poetry)
Manks College, Appeal in its behalf

616
Merch leuane Mewn Darvodedigaeth (see Poetry)
Mouse, a Species of Cream-coloured, in Anglesey
My Last Bottle, a Trip to a Welsh Lake

105
Morgan, Charles, Esq. allows the Poor Plots of Land

138
Marble, Welsh

140
Marriages

149, 309, 465, 618
Mountain Hut's Taper (see Poetry)
Menevia, the Ancient St, David's (Note)

178
Maloern, Derivation of the word (Note)

181
Medical Receipts, Curious

185
Mabinogi of Taliesin

198, 366
Marcellinus, Extracts from

185
Mela, Extracts from

192
Money, on the Ancient, of Britain and Ireland

214
Mac Shiri, Origin of the Name of
Morgan Gruffyd, Song by (see Poetry)
Meyrick's History of Cardiganshire, Stricture passed upon

417
his Reply

589
Madoc's Farewell (see Poetry)
Mac Cormac, Daniel, of Dundee

458
Mac Donalds of Glenaladale

585
Kintosh, the Clan Chattan

461
Pherson's, Clan of

462
Leod, Roderick, Esq. made Lieut. and Sheriff, principal of Cromarty, 462
Malcolm, Vice Admiral, appointed K.G.C. of the Bath

462
Military Promotions

462, 614
Mac Leans, the, Anecdotes of

573
Montrose, the Marquis, Unpublished Correspondence by

517
Mac Griogair a Ruath Shruth, Observations upon Mrs. Grant's Transla-
tion of the Song of

546
Mhorag am bheil thu tighin, Song to the Tune of, (see Poetry)

550
Mar, Earl of, Letters of King James to the

551
National Standard, Review

593
Nugæ Cambro-Brittanniæ

10
Natural History, British Pearls

69
Collections for a Welsh, in the 17th Century, by Edward
Lhwyd

279, 280
Hog-backed Trout of Plinlimmon

391
Newtown, Drawing of the Public Rooms at, Review of

292
Norman Mac Leod, Anecdote of

408
Newborough Charter, the

422
Office and Functions of the Old Bards (from the Bodleian Library) 108
Offa's Dyke, presumed Direction of, in Herefordshire

272, 421
Politics, False Professors of

2
Plover, the Superstition respecting the, in Wales and Scotland

66
Press, Venal

3
Falsehoods of the

410

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