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ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and
31st August 1817, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette,
guson, 78, Trongate, Glasgow, 17th September
Currie, J. Arbroath, merchant; by James Walker,
merchant there, 15th September ! Cobb, J. Pitcarles, cattle-dealer ; by J, Milne,
Warby's Inn, Bervie, 13th September
Lawson, St Andrew's Square there, Isth
tember Gladstone, H. Leith, merchant; by T. Thomson
Edinburgh Glasshouses, Leith, 9d September Kennedy, W. Annan, linen-drapes; by 203
Rutherford, accoumtant there, 20th Septiniai Reid, J. Glasgow, cabinet-maker; by A. Larsen
St Andrew's Square there, 24th September
Ewing, merchant there, 10th October
Ferguson, Maybolé, 3d September 3! i
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
-At Castle Guthrie, the lady of Thoma July 31. At Camis-Eskan, Mrs Dennis. Mylne, Esq. of Mylnefield, of a son toun of Colgrain, of a daughter.
At Durie, the lady of C. M. Christie, E34 August 2. At Forgo Lodge, Dumfries. of a son.-26. At Dunmore, Mrs Campbell shire, the lady of Pulteney Mein, Esq. of of a daughter. 2 son. -Mrs H. Kemble, wife of Mr H. Sept. 1. At Dean Bank, Mrs Captus Kemble, of the Brighton theatre, of a son. Roy, of a daughter.
4. The lady of Dr Campbell, surgeon, Latily-At Linslade-house, the Right No 4, Union Street, Edinburgh, of a son. Hon. Lady Jane Pym, of a daughter6. At the West Kirk manse, Edinburgh, At London, the lady of James Alärande, Mrs Dickson, of a son.-9. At Fisherrow, Esq. M. P. of a daughter. Mrs Alex. Vernor, of a daughter.--11. At 29, Northumberland Street, Edinburgh, Mrs
MARRIAGES. Jas Grahame, of a daughter.-12. At New July 13. At St Petersburgh, the Arch ton, near Jedburgh, Mrs Hogarth, of a son.. duke Nicholas of Russia to the Princes At London, the lady of Count Jules de Po- Charlotte of Prussia.--21. At Edinburgh lignac, of a son.-13. Mrs Robertson, Hope Mr William Nivisón, bookseller, to Mary Street, Leith Walk, of a son.-15. At daughter of Mr John Richmond, Dune Framlingham, Norfolk, Mrs Rigby, of four and seedsman, Annan. children, three boys and a girl. Mrs Rigby August 2. At Limerick, J. F. Hamiiks, is as well as usual so soon after child-birth: Esq. of Westport, to the Hon. Georgia the children are all alive and quite hearty. Vereker, second daughter of the Rip Before the birth of these little ones, Dr Hon. Lord Viscount Gorth Ai Battle Rigby was the father, by his present wife, house, Fifeshire, Robert Ballingall, Esp of eight children, the two eldest of whom of Burnturk, to Margaret, eldest daughter are twins. Remarkable as is the above of the Rev. Peter Barclay.-5. At Durday event, there are circumstances which render Alexander Ramsay, M. D. to Misi Jow it peculiarly so. Dr Rigby is a great-grand. Blair, daughter of David Blau, Est, father, and probably never before were born, Cookstone.6. At Haddington, Jame: To at one birth, three great-uncles and a great guson, Esq. of Kinmundy, to Emils, dau. aunt_such being the relationship between ter of the Rev. Robert Chalinets, Hache the above-mentioned parties and the infant ton.--At Edinburgh, Mr Hugh Handys son of Mr John Bawtrec, jun. of Colchester. St Patrick Square, to Isabela, daughters
w 17. At Caverhills, the lady of James the late Peter Martin, Esq. Bellevule. Burnet, younger of Barns, of a son.-20. Edinburgh, Mr Henry Spears, Aucklestad, Lady Dunbar of Boath, of a daughter. to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Walks 22. At Rochsoles-house, the lady of Lieut.. Dawson, Esq. of Graden.-7. At Sarithe Colonel Gerard of Rochsoles, of a daughter. house, Lieutenant-Colonel James Fullertaling
24. In George's Square, Edinburgh, Mrs C. B. rifle brigade, son of the late Loop Folliott Baugh, of a daughter. --At Edin: Fullarton, Esq. of Kilmichael, to
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Esq. M. D. of Chester Vale, Jamaica. supervisor of excise.--At Grange-house,
great banking-house of Latouche & Co. Balnespick.-12. At St Andrews, of a rapid Publin, long celebrated in every part of the decline, the consequence of a ruptured bloodBritish empire for probity, honour, and vessel in the lungs, Jane Ann, fourth daughsolidity. So established was its character ter of Mrs Bertram of St Leonard's-16. for wealth, that " as good as Latouche" At London, Major-General Sir Montagu was a familiar phrase in Ireland, when it R. Burgoyne, Bart. of Sutton Park, Bedwas sought to convey an idea of superior fordshire, after a long and painful illness. solidity and sufficiency in pecuniary trans. At Hartree-house, Colonel Alexander Dick. actions; and all this wealth was associated son of Hartree.-17. At Burntsfield Links, with a spirit of liberality and humanity, that Miss Catharine Forbes Montgomerie. --At forbade envy, and conciliated universal re- Edinburgh, Mr Richard Crichton, architect. spect and esteem.-2. At Drimmie Cottage, -19. In Old Burlington Street, London, near Blairgowrie, William Chalmers, Esq. Miss Margaret Mure, third daughter of the town clerk of Dundee, aged 75 years. Be- late William Mure of Caldwell, Esq. one sides holding other situations of trust, he of the barons of exchequer for Scotland. has been principal clerk of the burgh of 20. At Kersehill, Mrs Christian Rattray, Dundee for 45 years, and keeper of the wife of Alexander Ramsay, Esq. banker, register of sasines and clerk of the peace for Falkirk.--21. At Clapham Common, near the county of Forfar, for many years past. London, John Smith, Esq. of Lombard
-At Borrowstounness, Miss Mary Padon, Street, banker. At Setonhill, East Lothian, aged 80 years.--At Port-Glasgow, a fort. Mr Peter Bairnsfather, junior, farmer, night after he landed from the island of 22. In Harley Street, London, of a deep Tobago, Alexander Scott, Esq. much lae decline, the Right Hon. Frances Lady mented by his family and friends.-3. At Redesdale, in her 51st year. Her LadyKnockbain, parish of Kirkhill, John Fraser, ship was the daughter of the late Earl of aged 102 years. He fought under the ban- Egmont, sister to the present Lord Arden, ners of the chief of the clan at Culloden, and of the late lamented Right Hon. Spen. and on many other occasions.-5. At Edin. cer Perceval.-23. At Min-hill, Mussel. burgh, John Gillespie, Esq. of Sunnyside burgh, Charles Stewart, Esq. formerly comLodge, Lanarkshire.-At his house in Gil- mander of the Hon. East India Company's more Place, Edinburgh, MrJames M.Cliesh, ship Airly Castle. At his house in Buclate bookseller there.-6. At Blaircessnock cleuch Street, Edinburgh, in the 74th year of Cardross, Mr James Sands, senior, aged of his age, Mr John Ballantyne, late mer 90 years.-At Edinburgh, Mr Thomas chant in Kelso.-24. At Herne Hill, near Henderson, eldest son of Thomas Hender. Dulwich, Signora Storace. For the goodson, Esq. city chamberlain.-8. At Hay. ness of her heart and the benevolence of her field, by Kinross, at the advanced age of nature she has ever been most eminently 84, Mrs Syme, relict of David Syme, Esq. and deservedly distinguished. Of her proof Cartmore.--At Edinburgh, Mrs Ann fessional talents, as a singer and an actress, Laurie, relict of the Rev. Robert Ure, mi- it is unnecessary to say any thing: they nister of Airth.--At Knottingley, near were the delight and admiration of the Ferrybridge, in the 89th year of his age, public; and certainly she was altogether Mr Christopher Abbott, comedian. He was unrivalled in her particular line.-25. Al well known for the last fifty years in the Edinburgh, Mr Adam Brooks, merchant counties of York and Lincoln, and uni. there.—26. At Burntsfield Links, after a versally respected. He was a man of great long and painful illness, contracted in the probity and patriotism, and no less eccen. service, which he bore with great fortitude, tricity; and, till within a short time of his Mr Robert Walker, surgeon, royal nary. death, was scarcely ever known to have had 27. At Edinburgh, Miss Fyffe, daughter a day's illness. He was at the taking of of the late John Fyffe, Esq. banker in Belleisle, at which place he was severely Edinburgh.-29. At Edinburgh, Master wounded. It was his greatest pride that all Alexander Ross, only son of the deceased his sons had served their country, and nearly Colonel Alexander Ross of Balsartoch. all his male relations; and, according to LatelyAt Nassau, New Providence, his own calculation, be had walked nearly the Rev. John Stephen, LL.D. rector of twice round the globe.-9. At Williamfield. Christ Church, and chanlain to his Majesty's Mr David Wardrobe Chrystal, writer in forces in the Bahama islands. At BallaStirling, in the 26th year of his age.-At chroan, county of Inverness, Mrs Captain Rose Park, Grace, eldest daughter of Pro- Forbes Macdonell, second daughter of the fessor Dunbar, aged four years.-10. At late John M-Pherson, Esq. of Inverhall. his house at Doonfoot, Mr Charles Aber. At Grenada, aged 21, of the fever of the cromby, civil engineer.-In Upper Berkcley country, Mr Benjamin Brown, hospital Street, London, Lieut-Colonel the Hon. assistant to the forces. At Oscomb, LinWilliam Grey, fourth son of the late, and colnshire, aged 47, Mr W. Grant, grazier, brother to the present, Earl Grey.-11. At He has left property to the Ampount Cheltenham, William Mackintosh, Esq. of £100,000.
Bingley's Useful Knowledge, review of, 178. Accident, dreadful one in a coal-pit, 546. Births, 119, 227, 339, 450, 557, 670. ddam, the late Dr, letter of Dr Vincent Black Dwarf, some account of the supposed respecting, 260.
original of, 235. Africa, failure of the expedition to the Con- Blasphemous Works, Government circular "go, 101.-Unfavourable account of that respecting, 326.
to the Niger, 434-Its failure, 651. Bonaparte complains of his rigorous treatAgricultural Reports, 116, 224, 336, 447, ment in St Helena, 101.- Account of 554, 665.
daily provisions served to him, 216. Algiers, the plague raging there, 651. Conversation between him and Lord Am. Alloa, Shakespeare club of, 152.
herst, 651. Amber imbedded in limestone, 483.
Joseph, purchases an estate in Amelia Island, seized by M'Gregor, an in America, 649. surgent chief, 533..
Bond of Alliance between the Earls of HuntAmerica, United States of, speech of the ley, Marischall, and Errol, 498.
President, and proceedings of the Con Bozed Davie, the original of the “ Black gress, 99.--Speech of the new President, Dwarf,' account of, 235. Mr Monro, 204.-Emigrations from Eu. Bower of Spring, a poem, review of, 415. rope to, 649.
Bread and Salt, oath of, 236. South, vacillating state of the British Legislation, 218, 439. contest there, 100, 204. Insurrection at Buchanan, review of Irving's Life of, 286. Pernambuco, and revolution in Chili, 431. Byron, Lord, review of his drama of Man
-Success of the insurgents in Caraccas, fred, 289. * *533. American Commissioners, their report on Cart Rock, account of a stone beacon erecta steam vessel of war, 30.
ing on it, 358. Analytical Notices. Of the Edinburgh Re. Chain-bridge, account of one at Dryburgh,
view, 81, 300.-The Quarterly Review, 660. 83, 296,--Supplement to Encyclopædia Chalmers's Discourses, review of, 73. Britannica, 180_Edinburgh 'Encyclo Chartulary of Kelso, extracts from, 496.' pædia, 196.
Chepman, Walter, printer, documents reAngouleme, Duchess of, review of her jour. lating to, 621. nal, 172.
Chili, successful revolution there, 431, 650. Animal Magnetism, observations on, 563. Chimney-srcepers, trial of one for murderAntiquarian Repertory, 65, 167, 398, 496, ing his apprentice, 547. 621.
China, failure of the British embassy to the Antiquaries, anecdotes of, 136.
court of, 205.–Statistical account of the Appointments, Promotions, &c. 219, 330, empire, 433. 442, 549, 662.
Clark, Lady Mary, anecdote by, of the Aristus and Deinus, story of, 367.
Highlanders in 1745, 129. Armata, review of, 78.
Cleland, Colonel, extracts from his mock Army, British, strength of, in the colonies, poem on the Highland Host, 69. Some 435.
account of his life and poems, 608. Auchtermuchtie, wife of, a favourite old bal- Cobbett, Mr, leavés England for America, lad, 87...
217.-His address to the public, 323. Australasia, maritime discoveries in, 493. Coleman's Eccentricities for Edinburgh, reAustria, account of a new religious sect view of, 417. there, 202.
Colonial Policy, observations on the British B.
system of, 25. Banks for Savings, on the constitution and Combustion, chemical process of, 138. moral effects of, 17.-Extension of the Commercial Reports, 113, 221, 333, 144, system, 327.
551, 667. Barbadoes, fall of volcanic dust there, 134. Congo River, failure of the expedition sent Bath Stove, curious old handbill respecting to explore it, 101. one at Leith, 500.
Correspondence between Montrose, QueensBeaufoy, Colonel, account of his journey to berry, and Graham of Claverhouse, 499 Mount Blanc, 59.
Cotton Yarn, on the exportation of, 472. Berlin, destruction of the national theatre Craniad, The, or Spurzheim illustrated, a there by fire, 648.
poem, review of, 280. Bible Societies, bull of the Pope against Craniology, observations on the controversy them, 201.
on, 35.-Defence of Dr Spurzheim, 365.
Crashaw's “ Suspicion of Herod," extracts Greeks, on the Sculpture of the, 9.
Greek Tragedy, remarks on,- Æschyli Pro-
phoclis Electra, 147.-Septem adversus
the memory of Stewart of Allanton, 480. Grenfell, Pascoe, review of his Speech re.
cerning them, 43, 154, 615.-Anecdotes
concerning those of Roxburghshire, 156.
ciary Records, &c. 615.
Highland Chief, sham epistle from a, 236.
Highland Host, account of the, 68.
Highlanders in 1745, anecdote of the, 129.
Horizon, White's new invented one, 142.
Horner, Francis, Esq. M. P. memoir of the
torical Survey, &c. 58.-Answers to his
queries regarding the Scottish Gypsies,
. Hutton, Life of, by his daughter, reviews
toi Jews, edict of the Emperor of Russia in
favour of, 203. "
pecte Inconstancy, the Progress of, a tale, 601.
Indies, East, the Snowy Mountains crossed
by Capt. Webb, 100.- Military strength
of the native chiefs, 432.-Incursions of
the Pindarees, 433.-Storming of Fort
. Indies, West, infested by South American
privateers, 534, 650.
Allan Stewart of Allanton, in the year
es and disturbances in, 545
Italy, emigrations of Englishmen to, 96. A
Macbeth and King Richard IH. 456..?
98.-Emigrations from, 317.-Prohibi Lalla Rookh, review of, 279, 503. ,
tion of Bible societies in Hungary, 429. Languages, Ancient and foreign, on the
utility of studying, 567.
in Parliament by the Lord Advocate, Leith, violent gale at, 214. ..!!
108.-Arrests there for treasonable prac. Libel, trial for, 543. ".
Life Preserver, interesting experiments with
Lisbon, alarming conspiracy there, 428.
189, 303, 418, 523, 636.