Imatges de pÓgina

Wilson, J. Old Broad-street, merchant

Wright, J. Doncaster, miller Wilson, 1. Worksop, money-scrivener

Woods, J. jun. Portsea, baker Walker, S. Birmingham, merchant

White, H. Warminster, Wilts, linen-draper Wenham, J. Beckley, Sussex, tailor and draper Woodhouse, T. Nottingham, lace-manufacturer White, B. Maiden-lane, Wood-street, hosier Wrangle, J. Amwell, Hertford, coach-master Wattam, T. Great Grimsby, Lincoln, corn-dealer Wood, J., D. Martindale, & J. Fisher, Poultry, Ward, D. Brisley, Norfolk, seed-merchant

warehousemen Wright, C. Strand, wine-merchant

Zameira, J. Bevir Marks, St Mary-axe, grocer

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 30th

November 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Bethune, A. merchant, Bridgend of Alness, Ross- M'Call, J. & Sons, merchants, Glasgow; and J. shire

M'Call, merchant, Copenhagen, J. G. M'Call, Carrick, J. dealer in china and earthen ware, Glas- merchant in St Croix, both lately in Glasgow gow

M‘Gibbon, E. merchant, Glasgow Cliffe, Wastle, manufacturer, Langholm

M.Cubbing, J. cattle-dealer, Springfield, Dumfries. Gillespie, D. merchant-tailor, St Andrews

shire Hurlet Copperas Company, and Mrs M. Ewing or Peacock, R. & Sons, merchants, Paisley

Lightbody, and J. Lightbody, residing at Hurlet, Pinkerton, J. jun. brewer, Glasgow and now in Glasgow

Robey, G. merchant, Anstruther Hogs & Black, merchants and manufacturers, Smith, J. & Son, & Co. booksellers, Peterhead Earlston, Berwickshire

Stewart, R. flesher and cattle-dealer, Glasgow Lumsden, James, merchant, Dysart

Thomson, A. & W. manufacturers, Dubbyside, Maclane, A. merchant, Glasgow

Fifeshire Macnab, A. & Co. merchants and commission- Torrance, J. brewer and innkeeper, Galston, Ayr.

agents, Glasgow; and A. Macnab, R. Wyllie, shire and R. Stewart, individual partners

Wills, P. jeweller, Glasgow


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London, Corn Exchange, Dec. 6.

Liverpool, Dec. 6.
Wheat, $. d. $. d.

8. d. 3. do Wheat, red, new 56 to 60 Boilers

50 to 52

Pease, for. 45 0 to 52 0 Fine .....

60 to 63 New.. . 52 to 51 English . 10 0 to 10 6 Rice, p.cwt. 0 0 to 0 0 Superfine 64 to 66 Small Beans. 44 to 46 Scotch 9 0 to 9 6 Flour, Eng. 54 0 to 56 0 Es. White

50 0 to 52 0 56 to 60 Tick

38 to 10 Irish, new

8 6 to 8 8-Seconds Fine

62 to 66 Foreign 40 to 12 Dantzic 9 6 to 10 o Irishp.240lb. 44 0 to 45 0 Superfine 68 to 71 | Feed Oats 18 to 21|| Wismar, 9 6 to 10 o Ameri. p. bl. 00 to 00 Old 75 to 78 Fine .

21 to 22 American . 8 3 to 90-Sour do.. 33 0 to 36 0 Rye 30 to 32 Poland do . 22 to 24 Quebec ...8 6 to 8 8 Clover-seed, p. bush.

- White

0 to

0 Barley 27 to 31 Fine , 25 to 27 Barley, per 60 lbs.

0 to 32 to 34 Potato do.

- Red

0 24 to 26 English,grind.4 6 to 50 Superfine . . . 36 to 40 Fine . 27 to 30 Malting

60 to 7 0 Oatmeal, per 240 lb.

33 0 to 35 0 Malt, 50 to 60 Flour, p. sack 55 to 60 Irish

4 6 to 5 o English Fine

50 to 55 Scotch

Scotch 68 to 75 Seconds

4 6 to 50

28 0 to 34 0 Hog Pease

28 0 to 34 0 46 to 49 North Country 45 to 55 Foreign 4 6 to 5 o Irish .... Maple

50 to 51 | Pollard 20 to 28 Malt p. 9gls. 10 0 to 11 0 Butter, Beef, gc. White, new .. 46 to 50l Bran

9 to 10 Rye, for. 36 0 to 38 0 Butter, per s. S. Oats, per 45 lb.


86 to English 3 6 to 3 9 Newry Seeds, fc.-Nov. 5.

82 to Scotch pota. 3 6 to 3 9 Waterford, new 0 to 0

s.) Welsh .. 36 to 3 9 Cork, 3d 72 to 0 Must. Brown, 15 to 20 Hempseed - to Irish, new 3 3 to 3 8 Pickled,

78 to 0 -White . 6 to 11 Linseed, crush. to

3 6 to 3 7 Beef, p. tierce 85 to 95 Tares O to 0 New, for Seed - to Common. 3 3 to 3 6

55 to 63 Turnips .. 14 to 20 Ryegrass, 15 to 40 Foreign . 3 0 to 3 4 Pork, p. brl. 78 to 86 -New O to 0 Clover, Red, 60 to 98 Beans, pr qr.

Hams, dry, . 0 to -Yellow. 0 to 01 - White. 60 to 100 English 48 0 to 56 0 Bacon, Carraway

48 to 50 Coriander 10 to 12 Irish · 45 0 to 47 0 Short middles 62 to Canary 80 to 100 Trefoil 30 to 63 Pease, per quar.


60 to New Rapeseed, £34 to £36.

11-- Boiling . *45 0 to 52 o New Rapeseed £30 to £0



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Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week

ended 4th Dec. 1819. Wheat, 678. 8d.-Rye, 42s. 10d.-Barley, 38s. 9d.-Oats, 26s. 1d.-Beans, 49s. Id.-Pease, 50s. 11d.

Beer or Big, Os. Od.--Oatmeal, os. Od.

Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels,

and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four

Weeks immediately preceding the 15th Nov. 1819. Wheat, 58s. 50.-Rye, 39s. 2d.-Barley, 30s. 100.-Oats, 223. 6d.-Beans, 35s. 7d. Pease, 33s. 11d.

Beer or Big, 26s. 8d.-Oatmeal, 18s. 8d.

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Beef (17} oz. per lb.) Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf

Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.)
Lamb, per quarter

23. 6d. to 3s. 6d. Butter, per lb.

Os. 8d. to Os. 10d. Salt ditto,

Os. 6d. to 0s. 8d. Ditto, per stone
Tallow, per stone

8s. 6d. to 9s. Od. Eggs, per dozen

Os. 8d. to Os. 9d. Os. 8d. to Os. Od. ls. 4d. to Os. Od. 1s. 2d. to ls. 4d. 18s. Od. to 21s. Od. Is. 6d. to Os. Od.


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2d, ......31s. Od. | 2d, ...... 21s. Od. | 2d,......165. Od. 2d, ......15s. Od. 2d,......16s. Od.
3d, ..298. Od. | 3d, ......19s. Od. | 3d, ......14s. Od. 3d, .....138. Od. 30........14s. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1:10:7:8-12ths.



23 Sept.


II. MILITARY. Army. Captain MacGregor, 58 F. to be Major

12 Aug. 1819 3 Dr. G. E. Burnaby to be Cornet by purch. vice Willis, ret.

4 Nov. 6 Dr. Cornet Williamson, from 22 Dr. to be Cornet, vice Griffith, hp. 22 Dr.

21 Oct. 2 F. G. Ensign and Lieut. Gooch to be Lieut.

and Capt. vice Clifton, ret. 28 do. Ensign and Lieut. Jenkinson, from hp.

to be Ensign and Lieut. by purch. do. 8 F. Serg. Maj. W. Only, from Rifle Brig. to

be Quar. Master, vice Kiernan 21 do. 13 G. Rothe to be Ensign by purch. vice

Stewart, 28 F. 28 Ensign Stewart, from 13 F. to be Ens. vice Dalgleish

do. 34 Quar. Mast. Howe, from hp. to be Quar.

Master, vice Stoddart, dead 11 Nov. Bt. Lieut. Col. Harrison to be Lieut. Colonel, vice Hill, dead

.....188. 6d.

1 Sept.

4 do. Bt. Lieut. Col. Wemyss to be Major

do. Lieut. Jauncey to be Capt. vice Montgomery, dead

3 do. Lieut. Turner to be Capt. 4 do. Lieut. Ross, from hp. York Chass. to

be Lieut. vice Richardson, dead 1 do. Ensign Serjeantson to be Lieut. vice North, dead

2 do. Harley to be Lieut.

3 do. Edwards, do.

4 do. Wills, froin hp. York Chass. to be Ensign

2 do. Lord Sussex Lennox to be Ensign 3 do. W. Sheaffe to be Ensign

4 do. H. Gill to be Ensign

5 do. Lieut. Crofton, from hp. to be Lieut.

and Adjutant, vice Lyon, dead 31 Oct. 64 Bt. Major Bishop to be Major by purch. vice Pears, ret.

28 do. 67 Lieut. Cockrill to be Capt. vice Browne

do. Ensign Bolton to be Lieut.

do. C. Langwerth to be Ensign

do. 80 Lieut. W. Leslie, from hp. 1 Bahama

Gar. Comp. to be Paym. vice Jones,
ret. hp.

4 Nov.
Ensign Watkins, from hp. 100 F. to be

Ensign, vice M‘Mahon, dead 11 do. 92 Brevet Major Wilkie to be Major, vice Blainey, dead

4 do. Lieut. Macintosh to be Captain do Ensign Hewitt to be Lieut. vice M‘Donell, dead

3 do, Macdonald, do.

4 do, M'Nabb, fm. late Meuron's Regt. to be Ensign

3 do. Gent. Cadet J. Buckley, from Mil. Coll. to be Ensign

3 do.

Serg. Major W. Grant to be Adj. and

Ensign, vice Mackie, dead 5 do. 2 W. I. R. M. G. Sparks to be Ensign, vice Lowe, dead

4 do. Cape Corps. W. L. Heathcote to be Cornet 30 Sep.

Assist. Surg. T. Clarke, from hp. 72
F. to b. Assist. Surg. 25 June

Royal Artillery.
Capt. Pierce, from hp. to be Captain, vice Close
Nicholls, from hp.


vice Cowper

8 Noy. 2d Capt. Wilson, from hp. to be 2d Captain, vice Maitland

8 Oct. 1st Lieut. Dickens, from hp. to be 1st Lieut. vice Lugger

do. Dawson, from hp. to be 1st Lieut. vice Selwyn

do. Lindsay, from hp. to be 1st Lieut. vice Baldock

8 Nov. Garrisons. Major Gen. Sir G. Cooke, K.C.B. to be Lt. Gov. of Portsmouth, vice Kempt

20 Oct. Dr Somerville to be Physician to Chelsea Hospital. vice Moseley, dead

11 Nov. Lieut. Col. Fremantle, Coldstream Gds, to be Dep. Adj. Gen. Jamaica, vice Sparrow, dead 25 Aug.

Medical Department. Physician J. Dwyer, M.D. from hp. to be Physician, vice Robson

25 Oct.
Barrack Department.
W. Doyle to be Barrack Mast. vice Hunter 15 do.

Bt. Major Gibbons, from 60 F. rec. diff. with Capt.
Pearce, hp.

Colberg, from 58 F. with Capt. Phelan,
hp. 60 F.
Capt. Maitland, from 14 F. with Capt. Raynsford,
18 F.

Westropp, from 58 F. with Brevet Major Mac Gregor, hp. 95 F.

Shirley, from Coldstream Gds, with Capt. Powys, hp

Templeton, from 47 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Forbes, hp.

Verity, from 58 F. with Capt. Montgomery, hp. York Chass.

Locker, from 8 Dr. rec. diff. with Captain
Fraser, hp.

Day, from 49 F. with Capt. Campbell, hp.
96 F.
Lieut. Austin, from 70 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Mercer, hp. 10 F.

Aufrere, from 9 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Mallory, hp. 20 Dr.

Manders, froin 3 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Croasdale, hp. 45 F.

16 May

22 Aug.

Lambert, from 11 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Statham, 81 F. on passage to New S. Wales Chambre, hp. York Light Inf. Vol.

Hall, hp. 81 F.

10 July 1819 Fowle, from 58 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Fire

Garrard, late Roy. Gar. Bat.

27 Sept. brace, hp. R. York Ran.

Haverkam, of late 11 Vet. Bat.
Jack, from 58 F. rec. diff. with Lt. O'Hehir,

J. Day, Royal Artillery

Nov. hp.

P. M.Lachlan, 59 F. Bengal 14 April Smith, from 60 F. with Lieut. Eason, hp. Ensign M‘Mahon, 86 F.

17 do. Ensign Browne, from 40 F. with Ensign Curten,

Lowe, 2 W. I. R. hp. 4 W. I. R.

Brooks, S. Lincoln Militia

13 Sept. Malcolm, from 42 F. rec. diff. with Ensign Paymaster Turner, 58 F.

30 Aug. Hogarth, hp. 99 F.

Quar. Mast. Gaze, N. Glocester Mil.
Bruno, from 60 F. rec. diff. with Ensign

Stoddart, 34 F.
Dickson, hp.

Medical Department. Paym. Gapper, from 64 F. with Capt. Drawwater, Dr Ryan, Staff Surg. at Bermudas hp. 104 F.

Additions and Alterations while Printing. Quar. Master Hall, from 61 F. with Quar. Master Tyrrell, hp. 88 É.

Coldst. G. Ensign and Lieut. Hon. W. R. Rous to Assist. Surg. Hume, from Staff Med. Department,

be Lt. and Capt. vice Duncombe, res. with Assist. Surg. Woodrofte, hp.

18 Nov.

Hon. Henry Dundas to be Ensign and Resignations and Retirements.


do. Major Pears, 64 F.

Edm. OʻRyan to be Ensign by purch. Captain Clifton, Coldstream Foot Gds.

vice Marlton, ret.

do. Cornet Willey, 3 Dr. Gds.

39 Capt. Tho. Cox, from hp. Port. Serv. Quarter Master Nankivel, Cornwall Militia

to be Capt. vice Watling, exch. do.

40 Lieut. Hen. Helmsley, from hp. to be Appointments Cancelled.

Lt. vice Anthony, exch. rec. dift. do. Ensign W. A. Stewart, 28 F.

46 Capt. W. Mallett, from hp. 56 F. to be Ross, 58 F.

Capt. vice Protheroe, exch. do. Staff Assist. Surg. F. Brown, from hp. 4 Dr. Gds. 51 Lieut. W. H. Hare to be Capt. by pur. Superseded.


vice Smellie, ret. 2d Lieut. Bligh, Rifle Brigade

Ensign A. Frazer, to be Lieut by purch.

do. Removed from the Service.

M. Miller, to be Ensign by purch. do. Quarter Master Kiernan, 8 F.

60 Lieut. Benj. Des Voeux, fm. 11. Dr. to

be Capt. by pur. vice Trumbach, ret. Dismissed.

21 Oct. Paymaster Austin, W. Middlesex Militia


Lieut. Tho. Fairtlough to be Capt, by Quarter Master Miles, (Lt.) W. Middlesex Mil.

purch. vice Wynne, ret. 18 Nov.

Ensign Wm Hughes to be Lieut. by pur. Deaths.

do. Colonel Bold, 1st Lancashire Militia

J. Ward to be Ensign by purch. do. Major T. Baylis, hp. York Ran. Dep. Assist. Adj. 65

Capt. W. J. Moorhouse, from hp. 3 F. General at Dublin

8 Nov. 1819

Gds. to be Capt. vice Campbell, exch. Vignoles, hp. 76 F.

rec. diff.

do. Capt. Thomson, 17 F. Bengal

5 April

73 H. Leckey to be Ensign, vice Maugher, Dean, 53 F. Trichinopoly, Ceylon 7 May


do. Price, 34 F. Madras


Paym. J. Bews, from hp. 1 Greek Lt. Costley, 87 F. Cawnpore

Inf, to be Paym. vice Birch, exch. do. Mercer, Royal English, Bermuda 25 Aug 77 Lieut. C. Barry, from hp. 60 F, to be Lieut. Algeo, 34 F. in Camp at Bangalore, Madra,

Lieut. vice Graham, exc. rec. diff. do. 23 April

80 Capt. J. Maclean to be Major by purch. Rumley, 30 F. Secunderabad, Madras

vice Kingdon, ret.

do, 16 March

Lieut. N. Baker to be Capt. by pur. do. Martin, Town Adj. at Berwick, and of late

Ensign A. J. Caldwell to be Lieut. by 1 Vet. Bat.

15 Nov.

do. Langson, hp. 69 F. Madras

15 April

Cha. Crickett to be Ensign by pur. do, Host, hp. 53 F. Trichinopoly, Ceylon Rifle Br. 2d Lieut. J. Fennell, from hp. to be

13 Dec. 1818

20 Lieut. vice Bligh, superseded do.

24 May


The month of November has been unusually cold. The temperature sunk almost every night towards the freezing point, and frequently below it. During the day, it rose only once to 50, and often did not reach 40. After the 12th, the frost was at times very severe, especially on the 18th, 24th, 26th, 27th, and 28th, but was frequently interrupted by intervals of open weather. During the great cold on the night of the 27th, the thermometer was very unsteady, frequently rising and falling 5 or 6 degrees in as many minutes. The mean temperature is fully 10 degrees lower than that of November last year, and 8} below that of the same month, 1817. The temperature of spring water is also 5 degrees lower than last year. The barometer during the month was rather unsteady, the mean daily fluctuation being greater than usual ; but, up to the 28th, there had fallen little more than half an inch of rain. During the last three days, the quantity amounted to an inch. Notwithstanding the great depression of temperature, the mean of Leslie's hygrometer is greater than during November last year, indicating, of course, an unusually dry state of the atmosphere. The mean point of saturation is consequently a little below the minimum temperature, and the relative humidity is not much above the annual average. The month altogether is very different from what November generally is in this climate.

METEOROLOGICAL Table, extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of

the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.


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41.9 Maximum,

4th day,

50-0 ..cold, 31.6 Minimum,


20.5 temperature, 10 A. M. 37.3 Lowest maximum, 27th

33.5 10 P. M. 35.6 Highest minimum, 30th

41.5 ...... of daily extremes,

Highest, 10 A. M. 5th

49.0 ............. 10 A. M. and 10 P. M.

36.5 Lowest ditto,


24.0 ............. 4 daily observations,

Highest, 10 P. M. 30th

45.5 Whole range of thermometer,

309.5 Lowest ditto


27.0 Mean daily ditto, 10.3 Greatest range in 24 hours, 24th

19.5 temperature of spring water,

43.0 Least ditto,



Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 44)

Highest, 10 A. M.


30.165 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 44) 29.594 Lowest ditto,


28.980 both, (temp. of mer. 44) 29.594 Highest, 10 P. M.


30.140 Whole range of barometer,

9.035 Lowest ditto,


28.980 Mean ditto, during the day,

.144 Greatest

in 24 hours, 10th

.157 Least ditto,

.110 .............. in 24 hours,


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26.0 Rain in inches,

Lowest ditto, 29th

0.0 Evaporation in ditto,

Highest, 10 P. M. 10th

Mean daily Evaporation,
.027 ...... Lowest ditto, 29th

0.0 Leslie. Mean, 10 A. M.

9.3 Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. 5th 42.2 ................. 10 P. M.

.............................. Lowest ditto, 23d

19.0 both,


.... Highest, 10 É.M. 3d 43.4 Anderson. Point of Dep. 10 A. M. 30.9

... Lowest ditto, 22d 19.6 10 P. M.

30.8. .............. Relat. Hum. Highest, 10 A.M. 29th 100.0 both, 30.9

Least ditto,

3d 51.0 Relat. Humid. 10 A.M.


......... Greatest, 10 P.M. 29th 100.0 85.5

... Least ditto, 10th 56.0 both, 83.4

Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest, 10 A.M. 14th .189 ........... Grs. mois, in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M..132

Least ditto, 23d .087 ..........10 P.M. .132

Greatest, 10 P. M. 3d .197 .......... both, .132

.............. Least ditto, 22d .089 Fair days, 18; rainy days, 12. Wind west of meridian, 23; east of meridian, 7.


...... 10 P. M.

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M.27 29.722 M.367
A. 33

M.29 29.356 M.371
.553 A.38
N.W. Frost, dull. Nov.16

A.35 .504 A. 36

N. Showery.
M.31 .432 M.37

A. 37
N.W. Frost, fair.

.797 M.40
.453 A. 38 S

A. 40
.879 A. 39 E.

Heavy rain.
M.29 .542 M.39

Frost morn,


.999 M.38 A. 35 .469 A. 42

rain aftern.

A. 37

.969 A. 39 S.W. Mild, sunsh. I M.38 .430 M.44

A. 44

.788 M.45

.354 A. 45 ) Cble. Rain aftern.

A. 39
M.39 28.998 M.47

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M.34 20.

.114 M.45 A.49 .954 A. 46 ) N.W. Showery.

A. 37 28.999 A. 38 S.W. Rain, sun.
.854 M.41

1998 M.38
A. 39 .856 A. 40
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A.37 29.215 A. 35 N.W. Frost.
M.30 .998 M.38

A. 39 29.266 A. 39
Frost, hail.

.236 M.35
A. 29

.329 A. 33 N.W. Keen fr. sun.
.461 M.43

A. 37

.496 A. 47
Frost, fair. 23

.414 M.31

.582 A. 35 ) N. W. Ditto. M.29 .322 M.38

Frost morn.

A. 39 28.956 A. 42 )


M.22 .638 M.34 rain aftern.

A. 34

N.W. Ditto.

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.999 M.42 Showery,

A.42 29.556 A. 42


25{ .681 M.33 cold.

A. 30

N.W. Ditto.

.580 A. 34

M.38 .834 M.13
A. 41

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.998 A.43


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M.36 .952 M.41

A. 41

.918 A. 42 )
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A.32 .568 A. 35)

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.747 M. 40

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.413 M.38 A. 37 .620 A.38

Frost fore. A.30


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.495 M.43

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M.22 28.999 M.11
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N.W. Rain, sleet. 301

A. 42 .999 A, 46

S.W. Rain aftern. Average of Rain, 2.3 inches.

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& son,

Oct. 15. At Sir A. M'Donald's, Sheen, Mrs Randolph, a daughter.

- At Kennington, Mrs J. Mackie, a daughter.

22. At Belvidere, the lady of John Robertson, Esq. of Foveran, a son.

23. At Eskmount, the Hon. Mrs Ogilvy of Clova, a daughter.

- At Dublin, the lady of Major Menzies, 420 regiment, a daughter.

- A poor woman, the wife of a labouring man, named Scully, residing at Glengariff, near Bantry, was delivered of four children, three sons and a daughter, who are likely to live and do well.

23. At Camberwell Grove, London, Mrs William Scott, a son.

26. At Edinburgh, Mrs Hogarth, Hart Street, a daughter.

At Dunbar, Mrs George Sandilands, a son. Nov. 1. At Nelson-street, Mrs Dalrymple, a son. 3. At Darnhall, the Hon. Mrs Oliphant Murray, 4. At Lennox Love, the lady of Colonel the Hon. P. Stuart, a daughter.

At Inchmarlo, the lady of Henry Iveson, Esq. of Blackbank, a daughter.

- At Hillsborough, the Marchioness of Downshire, a son.

5. The lady of James Gibbon, Esq. of South Castle-street, Edinburgh, a daughter.

- At Bristol, Mrs Daniel Fripp, a daughter. 6. At Lynedoch-place, Edinburgh, Mrs Foulis of Woodhall, a daughter. - Mrs Dunbar, Society, Edinburgh, a son. 8. At No 51, Queen-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Thomas Kinnear, a daughter.

- At the Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea, the lady of P. Macgregor, Esq. a son.

11. Mrs Abercromby of Birkenbog, a daughter. - At Stonybank, the lady of Major J. S. Sinclair, royal artillery, a daughter.

- At Chapelton, the lady of Captain John A. Durie, late of the 92d regiment, a daughter.

12. At Maitland-street, the lady of Sir Alexander M'Kenzie of Avoch, a son.

At Edinburgh, the Hon. Mrs Dundas of Dundas, a son and heir.

At 66, Frederick-street, Edinburgh, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Taylor, 10th Hussars, a daughter.

14. At 35, Gilmore-place, Edinburgh, Mrs Gibson, a son.

16. At Brahan Castle, Ross-shire, the Hon. Mrs Stewart Mackenzie of Seaforth, a daughter. - Mrs Brown, George-street, Edinburgh, a son.

At Cockenzie, Mrs H. F. Cadell, a son. 17. At New Laverock Bank, Mrs William Swinton Maclean, a still-born child.

At Ballinaby, Mrs Campbell, a son. 20. At Castle Fraser, the lady of Colonel Fraser, & still-born son.

21. At 33, Gilmore-place, Mrs Robertson, a daughter.

26. At Gouyave, in the island of Grenada, the lady of Dr Henry Palmer, a daughter.

27. Mrs Alexander Douglas, Albany-street, Edinburgh, a daughter.

- At his Excellency's residence, London, the Countess Lieven, a son.

Londonderry, to Miss Christie Hamilton, eldest daughter of Charles Dalrymple, Esq. Gill's Cottage, county of Londonderry.

22. At Leith, Mr William Young, merchant, Couper - street, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr James Ferguson, merchant, St Andrew's-street, Edinburgh.

25. At Whitehouse, James Skinner, Esq. writer, Edinburgh, to Jean, youngest daughter of Robert Vernor, Esq. late of Fisherrow.

- At Nicolson-square, Edinburgh, Mr Henry Gardner, to Eliza Mary, daughter of Mr Alexander Grant, writer.

- At Glasgow, Mr Alexander Braid, Paisley, to Anna, eldest daughter of Thomas Lang, Esq. of Flemmington.

- At Athlone, John M‘Roberts, Esq. of Listoodor, county of Down, to Mary, second daughter of the deceased William Finlason, Esq. late of Union-place, Aberdeen.

26. At Hillhouse, Robert Ramage Liston, Esq. to Janet, eldest daughter of George Johnston, Esq. of Hillhouse.

At Castlebellingham, Ireland, the Reverend Thomas Plunkett, eldest son of the Right Hon. William Plunket, to Louisa Jane, second daughter of the late John William Foster, Esq.

29. At Edinburgh, Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Bart. of Millsbridge House, in the county of York, to Jacobina, youngest daughter of the late Capt. John Macdonell, Berwick-upon-Tweed.

- Robert Marshall, Esq. writer to the signet, to Mrs Shirley, late wife of Captain Shirley.

Mr John Pillans, printer, to Helen, eldest daughter of Mr Archibald Glen, corn-merchant, Edinburgh.

- W. B. Rose, Esq. of Rhinie, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late David M‘Culloch, Ésq. of Glastulloch.

Nov. 1. At Glasgow, Mr B. Armour, merchant, to Isabella, youngest daughter of Alexander Brown, Esq. Meiklehill.

At Haddington, David Skirving, Esq. Garleton, to Margaret Lindsay, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Robert Scot, one of the ministers of Haddington.

- At Edinburgh, James Cruickshank, hosier, to Margaret Smith, relict of John Smith, A.M.

- In St Paul's chapel, York Place, William Ronald, Esq. captain in his Majesty's 6th regiment, to Elizabeth George, daughter of the late LieutoGeneral Benson.

3. Mr Robert Nasmyth, surgeon, Edinburgh, to Mary Lockhart, eldest daughter of David Jobson, sen. Esq. Dundee.

Mr Espinasse, to Miss J. Cruickshanks of Gerrard-street, Soho-square, London.

4. At Ofiley, Herts, James Gordon Murdoch, Esq. of Oakfield, Berks, to Caroline Penelope, fifth daughter of the late Samuel Gambier, Esq. commissioner of his Majesty's navy, and niece to Admiral Lord Gambier.

6. In St Paul's chapel, York-place, James Hay, Esq. eldest son of the late Captain Hay of the royal navy, to Mary, only daughter of Major A. Hay, formerly of the 35th regiment of foot,

9. At Kincorth, Frederick Grant, Esq. of Quebec, to Davina, youngest daughter of the late Robt. Grant, Esq. of Kincorth.

At her father's house, Edinburgh, J. D. H. Hay. Esq. to Miss Jane, second daughter of Wm. Sanderson, Esq. merchant, Edinburgh.

- At Edinburgh, Mr Walter Burns, upholsterer in Edinburgh, to Miss Margaret Honyman, daughter of the late Patrick Honyman, Esq. of Græmsay.

- At Glasgow, James Wilson, Esq. advocate, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late John Crawford. Esq. of Broadfield.

At Glasgow, Mr Walter Ballantyne, Shirva, to Miss Bell, daughter of the deceased Mr Thomas Bell, merchant.

At Ayr, Maurice Tweedie, Esq. of the Hon. East India Company's service, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Alexander Gardner. Esq.

At Edinburgh, Mr Alexander M'Kay of Eel.

MARRIAGES. Oct. 16. Dr Burnside, royal navy, to Sophia, daughter of the late David Burnside of Ardmore, Esq.

18. Colonel Fitz-Clarence, (natural son of the Duke of Clarence by Mrs Jordan) to Miss Windham, second daughter of the Earl of Egremount. The marriage was private. The young pair set out immediately for the Continent.

- At Ayr, Patrick Gilmour, Esq. of the city of

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