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plexy, John Dumaresa, Esq. his Majesty's Attor- At Newbigging, Musselburgh, Captain John ney-General, and colonel of the Ist regiment af Thomson, late of the 69th regiment.
militia of that island. Nou. 1. At Altona, Mr H. W. Von Gustenberg, 16. At Edinburgh, Henrietta, youngest daughone of the veterans of the German Literature and ter of Sir Robert Dundas, Bart. Poetry, having nearly completed his 88th year.
- At Kirkden, the Rev. William Milligan, mi- At Inveresk, Mrs Taylor, wife of John Tay- nister of that parish, in the 90th year of his age, lor, Esq. of the Exchequer.
and 40th of his ministry. At Glasgow, Mrs Kennedy, wife of James - At Dumbarton, Walter, youngest son of Nr Kennedy, Esq. M. D. physician.
- Archibald Colquhoun, writer. - At Dumfries, Miss Margaret Lawrie, young - At Smeaton, Lady Buchan Hepburn, vidor er sister of the late General Sir Robert Lawrie of of Sir George Buchan Hepburn, Bart. one of the Maxwelton, Bart.
Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland. - At Nith Bank, Walter Ritchie, Esq. late - At Glasgow, Mr Robert Watson, merchant, Lieutenant 14th Light Dragoons.
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Åt Hexham, Elizabeth, infant daughter of At the Castlehill, Edinburgh, Mr Andrew the Rev. James Richardson, minister of the Pres Rochead, musical instrument maker, in the 86th byterian Church there. year of his age.
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minister of that parish, in the 78th year of his age, - At Balbegno, in Kincardineshire, Mrs Ram and 31st of his ministry. say, wife of Captain Thomas Ramsay, half-pay 18. At 14, George Street, Mrs Turner, former. 14th foot.
ly residing at Newbattle. - At Blackheath, General Sir Anthony Far- - At Ammondale, a seat of his brother, the rington, Bart. D.C.L. commandant of the 1st bat. Right Hon. the Earl of Buchan,--the Right Hon. talion royal artillery, and director general of the Thomas Lord Erskine, K. T. third son of the de field train department, aged 83; he had been in ceased Henry David, Earl of Buchan, a Priy the army 68 years, and was the oldest officer in the Councillor and late Lord High Chancellor of En British service.
land. IIis Lordship is succeeded in his title aan 4. At the Manse of Urquhart, Sarah Louisa, estates by the Hon. David Montague Erskine, his daughter of the Rev. William Smith of Petty. eldest son, late ambassador to the United State on
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merchant, Port-Glasgow. - At Weymouth, Colonel Chichester, of Ar 93, At Edinburgh, Mrs Marion Bell, wife of Mi lington, Devonshire.
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ABERCROMBY, Mr D., review of his
speech at the Scottish club, Liverpool,
ceedings, as affecting our West Indian
review of, 343
XI. 236-No. XII. 484
in Italy and Sicily, 254
translated by W. S. Rose, 30
late Whig, 202
drama of, 421
on the, 521
on Ireland, 534
of Ancient Manners and Customs, 254
swer to Mr Wilberforce, on the West
India slave question, 444
213_On the dinner given to, at Glas-
of the Private Life of, 169
Chancellor, the Lord, on the late Whig
attacks on, 202, 627
Remarks on, 319 -- His attacks on
ter to Mr Malthus, 226
marks on, 377
letter from one in love, 471
obtain a chair in the University, for the
lecturer on, 148
marks on, 459
black jack, 521
review of, 427
-By Odoherty, 282
marks on, 555
marks on, 10
lation of, 35
days in America, 561-The voyage, 565
the Reign of Napoleon, review of, 173
translated by Wiffen, 26
tory of the, 12), 577
Byron, Lord, remarks on his new Cantos
, and Mr Landor, remarks on,
thy Tickler to, 308_Postscript by Odo-
Tickler on, 312
General Question, the, No. I., 332 Letter concerning Mr Tickler's last ap-
- from a contributor in the sulks,
to the editor from Andrew Ardent,
Esq. 330-Mr North's answer, 331
from a contributor in love, 471
from Gabriel South, Esq. 532
Mr D. Abercrombie, 73_No. II. Mr terary characters, No. VIL. 80_No.
VIIÍ. 212_No. IX. 308-No. X. 312
Literary Souvenir, review of, 669
Liverpool Scottish Club dinner, review of
London oddities and outlines, No. I. 3
set House, 10-No. II. the drama, 191
-Mr Irving, 192_No. III. 294-A
traveller's week, 296_No. IV.-The
Lord Chancellor, on the late Whig attacks
on, 202 :
by, 188_Review of his Three Perils of Perils of Woman, review of, 427.
- , letter from a contributor in, 471
pearance in, 572
Man-of-war's-man, the, Chap. VIII. 269
Manners and customs, ancient, vestiges of,
Marriages, 119, 372, 623, 741
of the History of France, by Na-
view of, 561
Meteorological tables, 113, 364, 616, 738
Military promotions, &c. 117, 368, 618
Milton at Chalfont, 265
145.-Opinions of the Londoners on, dence of, 552
Modern dramas and dramatic writers, re-
and last tale of the third supper, 43 Mummy, account of a Scots one, 188
Napoleon, review of Journal of his Private
Napoleon's Memoirs, review of, 173
tions of the Emperor Napoleon at St Navigation code, song occasioned by the
change in the, 254
New ear-trumpet, a, 199
XI. 236_No. XII. 484
North, Mr, lecture of, on Leigh Hunt's
Poem of " The Choice," 241
of the, 293
1. Tennant, 421-No. II. Beddoos, 723
Oddities and outlines, London, No. I. 3. Remarks on English Songs, 4- On the ex.
No. II. 191.-No. III. 294.No. hibition of paintings at Somerset-House,
10_On the Edinburgh and Quarterly
Don Juan, 88-On the pluckless school
attacks on the Lord Chancellor, 202-On
tiful, 249_-On Bartholomew Fair, 259
lenstein, 377-On the West Indian
Brougham, at Glasgow, 459-On Mr
On pamphlets on Ireland, 534_On mo-
On the Edinburgh Review's attack on
of Joseph Burridge, Esq., 702
Memoirs, 39–Of Mr D. Abercromby's
speech at the Liverpool Scottish club
dinner, 73_Of the history of the garden
Orations, 145_Of Quin's Visit to Spain,
163_Of Count Las Cases' Journal, 169
Blunt's Vestages of Ancient Manners
the Northern Nations, 293-0f Hayley's
the age of Homer, 343_Of Mr Irving's
an unwilling author, 417--0f Tennant's
Cardinal Beaton, 421_Of Hogg's Three
Complete Angler, 473--Of Faux's Me.
progress of passion, 28.-The unknown Literary Souvenir, 669-Of Litt's Ac-
Rules respecting the evidence of miracles,
Sawney at Doncaster, 468
Scottish Tales, domestic, review of 427
evidence of miracles, 552
Sicily, modern, vestiges of ancient man.
Sketch of the revolution in Mexico, 61
Mitigation of, remarks on, 441
Songs, English, remarks on, 4
Sources of the picturesque and beautiful,
on the, 149
Unknown grave, the, 59
to the memory of Robert Bloom-
- on Sunday evening, 483
discoverable in modern Italy and Sicily,
Visitor, the parson's, 208
marks on, 377
West Indian controversy, remarks on che,
of Blackwood's Magazine, 80, 212, 308, Whig attacks on the Lord Chancellor, re-
his last appearance in Maga, 572 Wiffen, J. H. review of his translation of
to the Leasowes, 262_No. VI. Milton Wilberforce, Mr, remarks on his conduct
regarding the African slave question,
· 355, 604, 730
Historical Account of, 705.
INDEX TO BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Cheyne, 372 Gutlirie, 740 Negget, 622
Clarke, 741 Hamilton, 119, 372 Meikleham, 372
Hastings, 622 Menzies, 372
Henderson, 372 Mercer, 622, ib.
Hope, 622, 623 Milton, 622
Hopetoun, 372 Mitchell, 622
Hopkirk, 622 Montgomery, 372
Dimma, 372 Horrocks, 119 Moncrieff, 622, ib.
Hutchison, 622 Morson, 622
Inverarity, 622 Mowbray, 372
Elliott, 119, 372 Johnstone, 622, 623 O'Connell, 741
Loch, 372, 622 Paterson, 622
Ferguson, 119 Londonderry, 372 Peel, 119, 623
M'Arthur, 622 Radcliffe, 119
Fortescue, 741 M'Candlish, 119 Reid, 372
Macfarlane, 372 Robertson, 622, ib.
Mackenzie, 372, Ross, 622, ib.
Macleod, 740 Shandos, 622
Marjoribanks, 372 Sitwell, 622
Marshall, 622 Skinner, 372