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ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the
22d of October and the 22d of November, 1826. Anderson, A. Union Street, Hanover Square, tai Daniel, C. Thirsk, Yorkshire, currier. lor.
Dempsey, J. and J. Reis, Well Street, Well-close Abbott, C. Nag's Head Court, Gracechurch Street, Square, sugar-refiners. tavern-keeper.
Dyson, J. Dry Clough, York, merchant. Acton, J. Copthall-court, scrivener.
Davis, J. and T. Ritson, Manchester, machineAston, W. Mark-lane, ship and insurance-broker. makers. Allen, J. Oxford, chinaman.
Drewett, N. Emsworth, Southampton, vietualler. Aveling, J. Great Charlotte Street, Fitzroy-square, Durant, J. Maidstone, tailor. grocer.
De Pass, D. King's Lynn, Norfolk, draper. Alliston, C. and R. Smith, Belvedere-road, Lam Drake, J. Haveli Street, Camberwell, merchant. beth, soap-manufacturers.
Dentith, J. Liverpool, silversmith. Allison, E. and T. Leeds, mercers.
Dawes, R. Abingdon, carpet-manufacturer. Allen, B. Great Queen Street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, Elston, J. Middlesex Place, Hackney-road, calico coach-plater.
printer. Baines, M. and J. St Paul's Church yard, uphol Ellis, C. Heanor, Derbyshire, cabinet-maker. sterers.
Evans, J. Marchmont Street, linen-draper. Bland, J. S. Charlotte Street, Rathbone-place, Edwards, J. Halifax, York, dealer. haberdasher.
Eveleigh, J. Manchester, merchant. Bensusan, Clara, late of Tottenham-court, New Ford, J. Paddington, wheelwright. road, dealer.
Fildes, J. Lamb's-Conduit Street, upholsterer.
Ferguson, J. Newark, mercer.
Ford, R. Sutton, Surrey, dealer.
Fisher, G. T. Half-moon Street, Hanover Square, Barber, J. Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, coal-merchant. linen-draper.
Glenny, G. Lancaster Place, merchant. Ballard, T. Dock-head, Bermondsey, grocer. George, J. London-wall, coach-builder. Berry, J. Chesham, Buckingham, ironmonger. Garret, C. and C. Smith, Bishopsgate-street-withBean, w. jun. Upper George Street, Portman in, woollen-drapers. Square,
Gilmore, C. Union Street, Southwark, builder. Bridgford, J. Manchester, victualler.
Green, J. Wellclose Square, linen-draper. Burgess, T. and T. Hill, Great Windmill Street, Gardner, H. Paradise Street, Rotherhithe, cabibooksellers
net-maker. Bransby, W. and M. Court, Sowerby, York, and Gwinnel, R. Cheltenham, plumber. Rochdale, Lancashire, curriers.
Gritton, J. T. Tipton, Stafford, iron-master. Baum, J. Hackney Wick, victualler.
Griffiths, T. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, banker. Buckland, T. Billiter Strect, ship-insurance-bro Gwatkin, W. Chepstow, carpenter. ker.
Holsall, H. Ormskirk, Lancashire, inukecper. Bonham, T. Hogston, Bucks, butcher.
Haviland, W. H. Gloucester, wine-merchant. Baskett, C. T. Poole, wine-merchant.
Hardcastle, W. Covent Garden, lookseller. Bousfield, W. Gutter-lane, warehouseman.
Hilton, W. Lisson-grove, com-dealer. Bromley, J. Stafford, shoc-manufacturer.
Hacker, F. Canterbury, brick-maker. Burrell, G. Wakefield, cloth-merchant.
Hunter, J. H. Lainbeth-road, dealer. Boardman, R. Bolton-le-Noors, money-scrivener. Haviland, R. Cheltenhain, distiller. Bradley, J. Leeds, linen-draper.
Hutchison, W. St Philip and Jacob, Gloucester, Bunn, B. and W. Allen, Worcester, flax-dressers.
grocer. Beare, J. Westminster, general merchant. Hargreaves, G. Liverpool, broker. Brown, J. and J. A. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, house Hopkins, W. jun. Northampton, builder. carpenters.
Hickling, s. Birmingham, hatter. Crawiord, H. Liverpool, merchant.
Hill, L. Fleet Street, jeweller. Carpenter, W. Leadenhall Street, woollen-draper. Homer, T. and R. Dudley, Worcester, iron. Cardinal, J. Leicester, currier.
mongers. Clouter, R. Bedminster, Somerset, currier. Herbert, E. Leamington Priors, Warwick, linenClarke, c. W. Holborn, druggist.
draper. Challinor, J. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, grocer. Horsfall, T. Halifax, dry-salter. Cleobury, R. Cheapside, tailor.
Hall, J. Shrewsbury, and J. Haycock, Liverpool, Chippindal, R. J. Pultney-terrace, Conduit-fields, merchants. Pentonville, picture-dealer.
Horn, C. E. Judd Street, music-seller. Cutmore, J. Exmouth Street, Commercial-road, Hulley, W. Chowbent, Lancashire, roller-maker. licensed victualler.
Hendy, J. Blackeney, Gloucester, shopkeeper. Cox, 1. Trowbridge, Wilts, victualler.
Hollinworth, E. Stayley, Cheshire, woollen-inaClarkson, J. Windmill Street, Finsbury Square, nufacturer. merchant.
Hawes, G. and J. B. Moore, Bridge-housc-place, Cox, J. A. Oxford Street, woollen-draper.
Southwark, hardwareman. Cox, R. Nottingham, warehouseman.
Inman, K. J. Bridge-house-place, Newington, Cole, T. Exeter, builder.
Surry, ironmonger. Cocks, J. Norwich, tailor.
Jackson, J. Rosemary-lane, coal-merchant. Clarence, R. Clare, Suffolk, chemist.
Johnson, J. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, cabinet. Coales, W. sen. and w. jun. Newcastle-upon maker. Tyne, wine-Inerchants.
Jacob, J. Deptford, coal and timber-merchant. Chrisp, S. M. Peterborough, Northampton, iron Johnson, W. F. Bridgewater Street, Somers-town, monger.
provision-dealer. Croasdal, G. Holy Cross, Westgate, Canterbury, Jacobs, M. Charles Street, Soho, glass-merchant. maltster.
Knight, J. and B. Great lorton, York, cottonCresswell, T. Cross-lane, fish-factor.
spinner. Crofts, G. Wycombe-marsh, Buckingham, paper King, W. Shepton-Montague, Somerset, dealer. maker.
Kershaw, R. Dukinfield, Chester timber-merCross, T. Southampton Street, Covent-Garden, chant. coach-master.
Kenworthy, J. and J. B. Ironmonger-lane, wareCooke, J. Northumberland Place, Commercial houseman. road, ironinonger.
Kile, S. St Clement, Oxfordshire, bookseller. Crossley, T. Aldermanbury, trimming-manufac Kelly, P. Finsbury Square, bookseller. turer.
Kerridge, G. Beccles, Suffolk, grocer. Davies, J. late of Hereford, innkeeper.
Lowe, J. and G. Austin, Manchester, oil-incrDuffield, J. E. Goswell Street, warehouseman.
chants. Dutton, J.A. Fenchurch Street, insurance-brokcr. Lovg, J. and B. Burn, Foubert's Place, Rc, ('? Dainton, W. T. Piccadilly, ironmonger.
Levy, S. High Street, Whitechapel, silversmith. Skelton, E. B. and M. M. and B. and T. H.
Smith, R. South Street, Grosvenor Square, oil. Lynch, C. Crooked-billet, Wych Street, ale-housekeeper.
Spurden, C. Friday Street, Cheapside, dealer. Lay, J. Cheltenham Place, Lambeth, stationer. Sior, W. New-road, Somers-town, bookseller. Lamb, J. and J. Liverpool, saddlers.
Simpon, R. Manchester, corn-dealer. Lamb, W. Nottingham, lace-manufacturer.. Stevens, J. Mumford-court, Milk Street, CheapLawrence, R. and W. A. Brown, Whitecross side, warehouseman. Street, ale-brewers.
Slade, I. Greenwich, builder. Ledger, E. and T. F. Wakefield, woolstaplers. Sills, J. and J. Three-cranes and Hambro-wharfs, Maud, W. and R. Andover, brewers.
Upper Thames Street, merchants. Medforth, R. Nafferton, York, horse-dealer. Shelly, W. Newcastle, Stafford, tanner. Morris, S. Cheltenham, builder.
Scott, W. Lower Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, Milhench, W. Bolton, Lancashire, grocer.
victualler. Marklove, E. Berkeley, Gloucester, millman. Syms, P. Witheridge, Devon, shopkeeper. Moody, J. Free-school Street, Horslydown, tin. Smith, W. Bristol, provision-merchant. plate-worker.
Schlesinger, M. S. Upper Stamford Street, 'WaterMarshall, B. Nottingham, stonemason.
loo-road, merchant. Metcalfe, W. Bristol, tailor.
Shakell, E. Southampton, cabinet-maker. Macdonald, C. Liverpool, surgeon.
Shaw, w and J. L. Alexander, Clifton Street, Meyer, J. Grace's-alley, Wellclose Square, um Finsbury Square, merchants. brella-manufacturer.
Strution, w. Commercial-road, Lambeth, timMurray, J. and S. Brisbane, Manchester, joiners. ber-merchant. Marks, J. Bristol, tailor.
Stones, C. Manchester, cotton-spinner, Macpherson, D. Chandes Street, Covent-Garden, Smith, C. J. Great Preston, York, dealer. victualler.
Shelley, T. Lewes, coachmaker. Mitchell, T. Leicester, woolstapler.
Strachan, R. Lime Street insurance-broker. Mann, C. Nine Elms, Battersea, victualler.
Smith, H. Bristol, scrivener. Mitchell, E. and J. High Street, Southwark, Shaw, S. Newcastle-under-Line, Stafford, maltwoollen-drapers.
ster. Matthews, J. Bristol, collar-maker.
Shepherd, G. J. Pantry, and W. Massey, Brans. Mackenzie, J. and J. Murhie, Oxford, tea-dealers. ley, York, linen-manufacturers. M'Burnie, J. R. Coleman-street-buildings mer. Taylor, J. Wharf, Paddington, excavator. chant.
Thomas, J. Birmingham, cheese-factor. Nunn, T. London, merchant.
Traher, W. Bridge-house Place, Brough, generalNoah, G. Pall-malí, tailor.
merchant. Neale, P. Norwich, coachmaker.
Toghill, W. Chalford, Glocester, clothier. Nicholson, J. Rochdale, bookseller.
Tucker, T. and T. Geary, John's-mews, Bedford. Nicholson, H. Chiswell Street, bill-broker.
row, coach-painters. Nathanson, J. and M. W. Drudinger, Mansell Taylor, J. Golcar, Huddersfield, clothier. Street, toy-merchant.
Trevett, R. Finsbury-place-south, bootmaker. Okey, J. Cambridge, cattle-salesman.
Thomson, I. Bilston, Stafford, japanner.
Willmott, R. E. Copthall-buildings, Throgmor. Pitt, J. Edwin-Ralph, Hereford, corn-dealer.
ton Street, money scrivener. Piper, W. Hammersmith, barge-builder.
Wicksteed, G. Broad Street, St James's, cabinetPeace, G. Denby-Dale, York, grocer.
maker. Price, w. and C. Baldwin's-garden, Gray's-inn Woodward, D. B. Chcapside, bookseller. lane, glass-manufacturers.
Waters, W. and T. C. Bristol, ironmongers. Pennington, W. Crosthwaite, Westinoreland, pa Wray, J. Wood Street, Cheapside, silk and bomper-maker.
Wroots, R. Great Tichfield Street, linen-draper. Pitt, H. Cuckfield, Sussex, victualler.
Wortham, J. and F. Oxford Street, linen-drapers. Richards, C. Cheltenham,
dealer and chapman. Wright, R. Hollinwood, Oldham, hat-manufac Reed, G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, victualler.
turer. Roberts, T. Manchester, draper.
Wallis, S. Chew-Smoke, Somerset, dealer. Ray, S. King's Place, Blackman Street, South Walter, J. Bristol, stationer. wark, builder.
Whinfield, J. W. and H. Gateshead, Durham, ale Rickerby, J. Great Salkeld, Cumberland, limo and porter-merchants. burner.
White, J. Newport-market, vintner. Rawlines, S. and M. Smith, Henley, Stafford, Weaver, R. Plymouth, linen-draper. tobacconists.
Wood, J. Lombard Street, scrivener. Ramsden, J. Golcar, York, woollen-cloth manu Wood, J. Mary-la-bonne Street, victualler. facturer.
Wood, J. Wooldale, Kirkburton, York, merRaphail, M. London Street, Fenchurch Street, chant. merchant.
Wood, W. Salford, Lancashire, innkeeper. Ragg, R. Liverpool, lace-manufacturer.
Wood, J. and W. Hollingworth, Chester, cotton Savill, J. Woordford, Essex, grocer.
spinners. Somerfield, J. Walsall, Staffordshire, awl-blade Wright, R. Howland Street, apothecary. maker.
Young, S. Nottingham, lace-machine-maker.
ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st
and 30th of November, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Arthur, David, calico-printer, Glasgow.
M'Kenzie, Daniel, builder, Glasgow.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
8. At Montrose, the Rev. John Lyall of Blair. April 27. At Cawnpore, the Lady of Francis gowrie, to Barbara, youngest daughter of Mr Sievwright, Esq. his Majesty's 59th Regiment, of James Watson, late stampmaster, Montrose. & son.
15. At Dolphington, Robert Brown Cunning11. At Lunna, Mrs Hunter, of a son,
hame, Esq. Adelphi, London, to Elizabeth, se. Oct. 12. At Fasque, Lady Ramsay, of a son.
cond daughter of Mr James Cunningham. 26. At Dalkeith, Mrs Steele, of a daughter. 16. Robert Gibbs Kiuniburgh, junior, of the
27. At No. 8, Great King Street, Mrs Lums. Deaf and Dumb Institution, Glasgow, to Sarah, den, of a daughter.
fourth daughter of Mr Thomas Gregory, York 28. At Tinnis, the Lady of Robert Ballantyne, Place, Edinburgh. Esq. of a daughter.
20. At Glasgow, Lieutenant John Kerr Gloag, Nov. 1. On the 1st inst. Mrs Dr Pitcairn, of a of the 2d Regiinent of Bombay Native Infantry, daughter.
to Miss Elizabeth Anne M.Brair, daughter of Mr 3. At Loch Vale, near Dumfries, the Lady of Archibald M.Brair, merchant in Glasgow. Eaglesfield Smith, Esq. of a son.
21. At George Square, Mr Brown, Lennie, to 8. At Strathairly Cottage, the Lady of Major Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. Charles Wood, Briggs, of a son.
Minister of Wiston and Roberton. 9. At Ruchil, the Lady of William R. Robin - At Craigton, Alex. Dawson, Esq. merchant, son, of Clermiston, Esq. of a daughter.
Glasgow, to Mary, second daughter of David 15. At Melville Street, Mrs J. A. Duff, of a Dunlop, Esq. of Craigie. son,
23. Åt the Marquis of Ailesbury's villa, at East 14. At 28, Gayfield Square, Mrs Dr Ross, of a Sheen, Thomas Frederick Vernon Wentworth, daughter.
Esq. ef Wentworth Castle, county of York, to - At Rochampton, Lady Gifford, of a son. Lady Augusta Louisa Brudenell Bruce, the eldest - At Kensington, the Lady of W. S. Morson, unmarried daughter of the Marquis and MarM.D. of a daughter.
chioness of Ailesbury: 15. At Boonington Brae, Mrs Wm. Haig, of a 24. At Dundee, thc Rev. John Macfarlane, SOD, which only survived a few minutes.
Ardoch, to Janet Marshall, eldest daughter of 16. At Castle Street, Mrs Alexander Robert George Gray, Esq. son, of a daughter.
- At Stoke Church, Devonport, Charles Les17. At Bath, the Lady of Robert Buchanan, lie, Esq. of the Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps, Esq. younger of Drumpellier, of a son.
third son of John Leslie, Esq. of Bolquhain and 19. At 18, Albany Street, Mrs Begbie, of a
Fetternour House, Aberdeenshire, to Mary,
youngest daughter of Major-General Sir Charles 20. At Dingwall, the Lady of Captain Mylne, Halloway, of the 11th Regiment of Light Dragoons, of a 29. At the Right Hon. the Lord Provost's, SOD.
Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant William Dou22. At 17, Heriot Row, Mrs Donald Horne, glas Knox, of the Hon. East India Company's of a daughter.
service, on the Bengal establishment, to Jane, - At Édinburgh, Mrs Wylie, 41, Castle Street, eldest daughter of the late John Waite, Esq. Lonof a son.
don. - Mrs Douglas, No. 15, Great King Street, of 30. At Morpeth, William Thompson, Esq. to a daughter.
Ann, daughter of the late Robert Car, Esq. of 25. At 18, Aberoromby Place, Mrs Hunter, of Bowsdon, Northumberland. & son. 27. Mrs George Hill, 8, St Andrew's Square, of
DEATHS. a daughter.
Jan. 4. While on his passage from Chittagong 28. At 17, Great King Street, the Lady of to Calcutta, Captain Alex. c. Burnett of the 54th James Cathcart, Esq. of a son.
Regiment. 29. At Weens, Roxburghshire, the Lady of March 11. On board the boats descending the George Cleghorn, Esq. of a daughter.
river Irawaddy, Lieut. Dugald Campbell, of the Dee. 4. Mrs Kidd, Merchant Street, of a son. 1st Regiment or Royal Scots. Lately, At No. 4, Hermitage Place, Mrs M'. April 6. At Janpore, George Heyne, Esq. asKean, of a daughter.
sistant hospital surgeon and assistant assay mas. - At Chester, the Lady of the Hon. Major ter, Madras. Napier, of a daughter.
June 5. At Annatto Bay, St George's, Jamaica,
Mr William Tait, youngest son of the late Chas. MARRIAGES.
Tait, Esq. Sheriff-'Subslitute of Aberdeenshire. Oct. At Glasgow, Mr John Mudie, manufacturer, Aug. 2. At Montreal, North America, David, to Janet, youngest daughter of John Mackintosh, second son of Alex. M'Gibbon, Esq. of Crawhill, Esq. accountant.
town-clerk of Queensferry. - At Stewarton, Ayrshire, the Rev. Thomas 29. At Port-au-Prince, Charles Gordon, Esq. Montgomery, minister of the parish of Sanquhar, Vice-Consul to the British Government. to Mary, daughter of Andrew Brown, Esq. writer Sept. 1. Alexander Lumsdane, Esq. of Clarein Stewarton.
mont, St Dorothy, Jamaica, third surviving son 31. At Norristown Manse, Mr Alexander Muat, of Harry Lumsdane, Esq. of Belhelvie. merchant, Stirling, to Janet Cunningham, eldest 3. At Port of Spain, Trinidad, Dr James Andaughter of the Rev. John Sommers.
derson, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Nov. 1. At Cherry Valley, county of Antrim, of Edinburgh. David Shaw, Esq. Ayr, to Glencairn Dalrymple, 11. In the Island of Jamaica, David Finlay of eldest daughter of John Armstrong, Esq. Cherry Ardoch, Esq. in the parish of St Ann's. Valley
26. At Kingston, Upper Canada, deeply regret2. át Craigmaddie, Captain Alex. Dirom, 8th ted by his congregation, the Rev. John Barclay, or the King's Regiment, to Joanna Eliza, only minister of the Presbyterian Church there, son of child of Lieut.-General Peter.
the Rev. Dr Barclay, minister of Kettle, Fife. - At Merchiston House, William Nivison, Oct. - At the College of Montevilliers, near Esq. Surgeon, Strathmiglo, to Sarah Scott, of Havre de Grace, Archibald Buchanan, second Wooler, teacher of the Day School, Fountain son of William Buchanan, Esq. bridge.
15. At Comrie, the Rev. Samuel Gilfillan, mi. 6. At Haddington, Alex. Fyfe, physician, to nister of the United Associate Congregation there, Angelica, youngest daughter of Wm. Moir, Esq. in the 6th year of his age, and 36th of his minis
8. At the Hotel of the British Ambassador, at try. Paris, the Hon. Ferdinand St John (attached to his 16. At London, Mr George Proudfoot, former. Majesty's Mission at Florence), to Selina Charlotte, ly candlemaker at Leith. youngest daughter of Colonel Keating, and niece 17. At London, Mr John Charteris, shipowner, to the Earl of Meath.
of Leith. - At the Manse of Kilmallie, Lieut. John 20. At Campbelton, Chas.Rowatt, Esq. surgeon, M-Phee, 79th Regiment, to Jane, third daugh in his 95th year. ter of the Rer. Duncan M'Intyre, minister of 21. At the Manse of Rothiemay, the Rev. Dr Kilmallie.
James Simmie, minister of that parish.
21. At Dumfries, David Staig, Esq. for several 8. At Edinburgh, David Ewart, Esq. depute years Chief Magistrate of that place.
clerk of Chancery. 22. At Rotterdam, James Gibson, Esq. mer - At Edinburgh, Mrs Shanks, wife of Mr Johan chant there.
Shanks, formerly of South Baltilly, Fife. 24. At Geneva, the Hon. and Rev. Robert - At Edmonstone, Mrs Henrietta Cecilia Baird, Samuel Leslie Melville, fourth son of Alexander, wife of John Wauchope of Edmonstone, Esq. and late Earl of Leven and Melville.
daughter of Sir James Gardiner Baird, Bart. of 25. At Dunfermline, Miss Isabella Sutherland, Saughtonhall. second daughter of the late John Sutherland, Esq. - At Alehouse Hill, near Peterhead, in the of Wester, in the county of Caithness.
61st year of her age, Mrs James Anderson. 26. At Perth, Mr George Whitehead, teacher 9. At Mellerstain, in her 78th year, Lady Prinof modern languages in the Perth Academy. gle, relict of Sir James Pringle, Bart. of Stitchell.
- At Clifton, Martin Whish, Esq. late Chair 10. At 24, Abercromby Place, George Graham man of the Board of Excise.
Macdowall, Esq. fifth son of the late Day Hort 27. At Bellevue Place, near Linlithgow, Dr Macdowall, Esq. of Walkinshaw and Castlesemple. William Crawford of Littleton.
- At Linlithgow Manse, the Rev. James Dobie, - At No. 5, Pilrig Street, Hugh Reoch, Esq. D. D. in the 81st year of his age, and 54th of his late of Forth Bank.
ministry. - At No. 2, Surgeon Square, Agnes Hume, Mrs Anne Gow, wife of Mr John Strachan, youngest daughter of Mr James Lockhart.
merchant, 15, Prince's Street. - At Mount Marle, near Roslin, Captain Dun At Dundee, David Henderson, Esq. factor can Macrae, of the late York Rangers.
for Lord Douglas. At 2, Bellevue Crescent, William Edmond At Edinburgh, Mr William Armstrong, stoune, second son of Mr Rutherfurd of the Cus brass-founder. toms.
12. In the 83d year of his age, and 54th of his 28. At the Manse of Borthwick, Miss Wright. ministry, the Rev. Andrew Scott, minister of
At Dunse, Alexander Christie, Esq. of Gruel Stitchell dykes.
At the Vicarage House, at Bansted, Surrey, 29. At her house, Lauriston Place, Mrs Marion Mrs Buckle, wise of the Rev. William Buckle, Bradfute, widow of the Rev.James Bradfute, cu and daughter of the late Sir John Stewart, and rate of Market Deeping, in the county of Lincoln. sister of Sir George Stewart of Grandtully, Bart.
30. At Calais, on his return to England, Augus - At his house, Prestonpans, Mr John Smith, tus Donaldson, Esq. Commander in the Royal aged 84 years. Navy.
- At Carlaverock Manse, Robert M'Morine, - At Path head, Fife, Mrs Thomas Thomson, Esq. of Kirklebride. relict of the Rev. Thomas Thomson, minister At Edinburgh, Mrs Margaret Arnot, relict', there.
of Hugo Arnot, Esq. of Balcormo, advocate. 31. At Barry's Hotel, Edinburgh, Stephen Shairp, - At Banff, William Davidson, Esq. solicitor. late his Britannic Majesty's Consul-General at St 14. At Edinburgh, Mrs Jean Campbell, widow Petersburgh.
of William Campbell, Esq. of Duncaves. - At his house, Dysart, Capt. John Reddie of - At Edinburgh, Miss Anne Davidson, daughRedhouse, late Master Attendant, Madras. ter of the late John Davidson, Esq. of Ravelrig.
- At New York, John Patrick, merchant, 15. At London, Captain Blair of Pitpointie, late there, second son of the late John Patrick, Esq. wood-merchant in Dundee. of Trearne, Ayrshire.
16. At Seacot, near Leith, David Ogilvy, Esq. At Blackheath, Eleanor Henrietta Victoria, - The Rev. David Waddel, Shiels, Belhelyie; daughter and only child of the Right Hon. F.J. and at London, on the 12th, his youngest son, Robinson.
William, aged 23. Nov. 1. or typhus fever, in the 31th ycar - At Leith, Margaret, daughter of Ad. White, of his age, Mr Thrift Scott, farmer at Barnyards Esq. of Dalgaty, and proprietor of the Mountblairy 18. At Greenock, Mr Duncan Gray, shipmaster, distillery, Banftshire.
formerly of the Royal Navy, 2. At Carlisle, Mr Francis Jollie, proprietor of At the Manse of Carnock, the Rev. Robert the Carlisle Journal.
Thomson, late of Arbroath. - At Comely Green, Mrs Hannah Broughton, - At Cheltenham, Sir James Monck, formerly wife of Thomas Peat, Esq. writer to the signet.
Chief Justice in Lower Canada. 3. At Littleton, Perthshire, (after being de - At Dalreoch, Mrs Small, wife of Pat. Small, livered of a still-born daughter) Mrs Kinnear, Esq. of Diranean. younger of Lochton.
- At Dumfries, John Anderson, Esq. banker, 4. At London, Mr John Johnston, Captain of
aged 82. the London and Leith Shipping Company's smack - At Dumfries, in the 82d year of her age, Mrs Ocean.
Christian Smith, daughter of the late John Smith, - At Edinburgh, Mr John Sharp, late writer, Esq. of Drongan, Ayrshire, and relict of W. M. Culross.
Clark, Esq. for many years one of the magistrates
- At his house, in Albemarle Street, London, At his house, Canongate, Mr Joseph Brown, Lieut.-General Alexander Kyd, jun, baker.
26. At Highbury Place, London, in the $20 At Meiklefolla, parish of Fyvie, the Rev. year of his age, John Nichols, Esq. F.S.A. author James Innes, in the 65th year of his age, and 10th of the “ History of Leicestershire," and " Literary of his ministry to the Episcopalian congregation Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century,” and for in that place.
nearly fifty years editor of the Gentleinan's Maga- Ai Newton, Kirkpatrick-Fleming, George zine. Rae, Esq. aged 72.
- At Pitgaveny House, John Brander, Esq. of 5. At Cupar, Mrs Isobel Robertson, wife of the Pitgaveny, Rev. Dr Adamson.
- At Edinburgh, Miss Jane Smellie, daughter - Mrs Helen Lawrie, wife of Mr Wm. Smith, of the late William Smellie, Esq. author of ". The solicitor, Gayfield Square.
Philosophy of Natural History," and translator of - At Edinburgh, Isabella, youngest daughter Buffon. of Mr Alexander Howden, Scotland Street.
28. At his house, No. 2, Baxter's Place, Edin- At Kirkaldy, Mr George Sibbald, surgeon, burgh, in the 71st year of his age, and the 50th of Royal Navy.
his ininistry, the Rev. James Hall, D.D. minister - At London, Sir Richard Hardinge, Bart. of the United Associate Congregation of Broughaged 71 years.
ton Place, and for many years the Father of the 6. At Lauder, Mr William Aitchison, merchant. Edinburgh United Associate Presbytery. 7. At West Dalry, Mr John Ryrie.
Lately. In Jamaica, Mr William Maxwell, late At Crailing House, James Paton, Esq. of of Dumfries. Crailing,
At Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the 63d year of 8. At the Manse of Nigg, aged 80, the Rev. his age, the Rev. Archibald Gray, D.D. minister David Cruden, D. D. 57 years minister of that of the Established Church of Scotland, and for parish.
thirty years pastor of St Matthew's church there.
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