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herself, she fell backwards into the area, Urr, an industrious and worthy man. never to rise again.
During the greater part of his life he was a 21. At Paisley, after a very short illness, zealous disciple of Mrs Buchan, the enthe Rev. Charles Stuart, pastor of the Ro. thusiastic pretender to a divine mission, anan Catholic Congregation. His prema- who, towards the close of the last century, ture death, at the early age of 25, was the flourished in the vicinity of Closeburn. cffect of typhus fever, caught, to appear- At Paris, the Countess Dillon, relict of ance, by contagious infection and subse- the Hon. General Arthur Dillon, brother quent laborious attendance on some of his to the late Viscount Dillon. This lady Hock suffering under that disease.
was first married to the Comte de la Touche, 22. At Paisley, Miss Ann Paterson of by whom she had one son, and a daughter Craigton, aged 97.
married to the Duke of Fitz-James. By 24. At his house in George Square, the late Hon. Arthur Dillon she has lelt Edinburgh, Sir Patrick Inglis, Bart. one daughter, married to General Ber
At Hutchesontown, aged 84, Mr trand. James Bryce, late merchant in Glasgow. At St Maude, near Paris, aged 11 years,
26. At Eyemouth, William Dewar, Esq. Lord Boringdon, eldest son of the Earl of formerly captain in the artillery service of Morley. A stalk of rye, which he had inthe Nabob of Arcot, in the 77th year of advertently swallowed the latter end of his age, much respected.
July, was the cause of his sufferings. It 30. At Jedburgh, James Potts, Esq. was found, after his death, three inches in late Sheriff-clerk of Roxburghshire, in the length, in its original state, lodged in the 79th year of his age.
intestines. Lately, at his house in Fife, Admiral At Cawnpore, in the 65th year of his Duddingston.
age, Major-General Sir John Horsford, At Benares, in the East Indies, Claude K. C. B. commanding first division field Russell, Esq. of the Honourable East In- army, and Colonel of the 3d battalion of dia Company's service.
artillery. The State has in him lost a At Ballynure, Ireland, near Clones, Mi- most able and upright servant, the army chael Pendar, at the advanced age of 107. one of its most distinguished officers, and He bad been a pensioner for 72 years. the Honourable Order of the Bath a mem
At Manchester, at the age of 70 years, ber worthy of its distinction. He served Mirs Macleilan, formerly Miss Mary Mac- nearly thirty-nine years with his regiment ghie, daughter of the late Mr Macghie of as an officer, and was much employed on Airds, and the celebrated heroine of the field service during the eight years he popular ballad of " Mary's Dream." commanded the Bengal artillery ; his at.
At his house, Harsendam, Herts, Major- tention to its interests was chiefly exempliGeneral Hadden of the Royal Artillery. fied in improving the situation of the sol.
In Wimpole Street, London, Mrs Far dier, European and Native, in all the sequharson, aged 83.
veral branches of that extensive and widely At Whittlebury, Northamptonshire, in dispersed corps. After a service of forty. his 730 year, the Rev. Henry Beauclerk, five years, in various parts of India, spent only son of the late Lord Henry Beau- in constant and unwearied devotion to his clerk,
duty-never even in sickness having en. At Dublin, Mrs Blackford, grand- joyed the indulgence of one day's fardaughter of the Earl of Darnley.
lough, or leave of absence from his profes. In the Scotch College, Paris, deservedly sional labours this eminent officer, whose lamented, the Rev. John Farquharson, Su- sound constitution, hardened by tempeperior. He was long Principal or Head of rance, had long contended with an extrathe Scotch College at Douay, in Flanders, ordinary complication of disease, ended å which he was forced to abandon at the per long life of useful services shortly after his riod of the Revolution, and went to Glas. return from field service at Hattras. A gow, where he remained many years, offi- man of stern principle, sound judgment, ciating as Catholic clergyman, and was extensive knowledge, and independent spimuch esteemed for his moviesty and humi- rit, his memory will be respected by all lity, and as an honest man.
who knew him, and his loss long regretted At an advanced period of life, Mr George by those who were his selected friends. Kidd, farmer in Crocketford, perishi of
ABERDEEN, bankrupt state
Amherst, Lord, interview of, Bedpai, Tables of, notice of
ANALYTICAL NOTICES Berlin, theatre there destroy-
journals, 156, 260, 461 Binning, Lord, review of his
of, 87, 148, 284, 388, 497 Anecdotes, historical, liter. Biot, M. notice of his publi-
on Sir H. Davy's safety.
Birds, observations on the
Births, 97, 192, 293, 396,
&c. 88, 186, 236, 390, 490 Black, Dr. his valuable im.
respecting half.pay officers 233
Block.printing, recent im.
provements made in, 136
his son at St Helena, 79
posed conscription, 478 den-Traquair, 13-Dry.
Antiquities of Eng-
Balloons, Irish Channel cross- this singular character, 207
Britain, general view of its
from it to assist the South
- Scotland, Royal, in. American patriots, 81, 282
ing fund, 383_Letting of
Bankrupts, list of English, the post- horse duty in, 486
Legislation, 81, 184,
-Linen Company's Bank
some of its officers, 486
in Africa, notice of, 66
Burgh reform in Scotland, prisoners in the house of the cathedral church of St
Giles there, 320_On the
present state of fever in,
at, in the last century, 13 Country funerals, plan for university museum, 267-
417--Expenditure and funds
Credit and commerce of the connected with the build
table purposes in, 413
society, 481_Town Guard
Deaf and dumb, remarks on disbanded, ib.
Egypt, interesting accounts
marks on Mr West's pic. Encyclopædia Britannica,
analytical notice of the
Deaths, 98,194,295,398,498 supplement to the, 55
Derby, trials and executions graphical sketch of, 292
Mrs, of Grange, mis-
dation at the mineral springs Ayrshire, 387
Faa, Johonie, the gypsey
Duns Scotus, Joannes, anec- chief, and the Countess of
Cassillis, account of their
ballad of, 308
existence of, remaining in
Earthquakes in Inverness, Scotland, 237
tions on, 439
cal structure of the Calton. diffusion of, 26
82, 182_Canal between it notices of, 156, 260
nation of the high school stance of sudden rise to, 382
bylline Leaves, 245_Of his weekly assemblies for danc- government in its own sta-
ment and amusements of in the ministry, 173_Or.
_Predilection for liter. two soldiers for treason, ib.
its police establishment, 283 the Legislative Assembly,
house, 284- Magistrates of, Chambers, 478 - Prizes
the encouragement of Arts serving from, in travelling Launch of a new frigate, 84
hot and desert regions, 369 Layng, Beatrix, account of
cion of witchcraft, 202
Java, eruption of a burning der, 206
Leith, opening of the second
Igneous origin of agates or Scottish army under him
Leyden and Murray's ac-
Indies, East, capture of fort count of discoveries in Af.
of pirates in the Persian Life preserver, experiinents
lish beggar, account of, 103 versions of the Scriptures - boats, improvementsin,
esting study in Europe, 421 Mahrattas crushed on the Lines written in early youth,
tions on, 439
West, numerous de Literary and Scientific intel.
of Kingston on the subject, 69, 166, 268, 369, 472-
Italy, 69, 166, 370, 471-
with some original letters 167, 269, 472-Prussia,
necessary in using thein, 165 Countess of Selkirk, &c. 14, East Indies, 270, 371
America, 278-Epidemic from stone, notice of a
servations on the, 229 beries there, 381-Arrival Livonia, account of the uni-
Londre, Six Mois a en 1816,
tia, and Guastalla, 74 question “ What is Love?"
of the, 83
stormed by the British, 78 Keats, John, review of his Lunatic Asylums, review of
a plan for erecting them in
Lunatics, number of in Seot.
Church of Scotland, review M'Avoy, Miss, a blind lady
who reads by the touch,
M.Gregor, General, evacu.
at Athol House, 104 Macassar, curious treaty be-
Magnetism, notice of a new Murthly Castle, the supposed ed to serve in, 88, 186, 286,
original of Tully Veolan, ac- 491
Patents lately enrolled, 86,
Perth, account of its surren-
Natural History, observations der to Montrose io 1644,316
Picts, on the origin of the
Pilniewinks, an instrument
remote mountains of the ing, 214-Recent instances
voyage to, 148
Pittenweem, horrid barbari.
Netherlands, anti• commer. lies exercised there on per-
Difference between the King craft, 199--Act of the Scot.
and the Prince of Orange, tish Privy Council, and re.
port of a committee on the
Nepaulese and Goorkas, ob- subject, 203, 206
lestiall Vestallis, ib.-An
Verses on a tragical event
Norway, bread made from in a Highland Glen, 161–
the bark of trees iv, 315 Lines written in early youth,
ib. 163—On Friend.
ship, ib.-Song, ib.-Glen
263_Highland Song, ih.
O'Connor, Roger, Esq. trial Sonnet, 264_Stanzas, ib.
of mail coach robbery, 85 the death of the Hon. Henry
the notation employed in into the Scottish Church, tale, 361_Sonnet on recei.
ving the Scenes of Infancy
remarks on the his. The Legend of Si Rosalie,
commerce and manufac. Polar ice, Captain Scoresby's
observations on the, 414
Stewart's outlines of, 159 of Prussia, 173-Notice of jeu d'esprit, notice of, 261
state of Algiers, ac-
view of, 361-Prizes pro- the ruins of, 370
the encouragement of the the, 32-originated in the
reign of Elizabeth, 34-
Parliament, members return. sums collected under, at va.