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liamson, h. p. 4 F.
Major Barrington, from 91 F. with Bt. Lt. Col. Rechford, h. p. 100 F.
Bt. Maj. Tomkinson, from 16 Dr. rec. diff. between full pay Cav. and full pay Inf. with Capt. Macan, h. p. 24 Dr.
Capt. White, from 55 F. with Bt. Maj. Prager, Sub. Insp. Mil. Ion. Isl.
Bray, from 67 F. rec. diff. with Bt. Maj. Bunce, h. p. 24 Dr.
Alpe, from 4 Dr. do. with Capt. Brett, h. p. 18 Dr.
Kersteman, from 6 Dr. with Capt. Whichcote, 43 F.
Kerr, from 9 Dr. rec. diff. with Capt. Somerset, h. p. 7 Dr. G.
Elliott, from 11 Dr. with Capt. Creighton, 17 F.
Schultz, from 4 F. with Capt. Spinks, 12 F. Campbell, from 12 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Henderson, h. p. 6 Gar. Bn.
Emera, from 53 F. do. with Capt. Young,
h. p. Lieut. Newton, from 4 Dr. with Lieut. Anderson, 87 F.
Slocock, from 4 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Lieut. Beamish, h. p.
Slaney, from 8 Dr. with Lieut. Murphy, h. p. 25 Dr.
Allingham, fm. 11 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. White, h. p. 24 Dr.
Baillie, from 16 Dr. do. with Lieut. Sperling, h. p. 15 F.
Proctor, from 2 F. with Lieut. M'Carthy, 38 F.
Armstrong, from 15 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Temple, h. p. 32 F.
Ford, from 79 F. do. with Lieut. Brown, h. p. 3 W. I. Reg.
Ensign Adams, from 34 F. with Ensign Belford, 10 F.
Jenour, from 69 F. with Ensign M. of Carmarthen, h. p. 8 W. I. Rang.
Surg. Edon, from 35 F. with Surg. Munro, h. p. 8 W. I. Reg.
Assist. Surg. Bartlett, from 88 F. with Assist. Surg. M'Iver, h. p. 9 Vet. Bn.
Resignations and Retirements.
Lieut. Colonel Clarke, 2 Dr.
Bridger, 12 Dr.
Major Moultrie, 19 Dr.
Mylne, 79 F.
Marston, 86 F.
Captain Evans. 3 Dr. G.
N. C. Travers, Rifle Brig.
Lieut. Pennington, 15 Dr.
Cornet Lloyd, 1 Dr. G.
Lieut. Col. Plenderleath, 1 F.
2d Lieut. Moorhead, 1 Ceylon Reg.
Adj. Lieut. Rochfort, Rifle Brig.
Sadler, h. p. 1 Prov. Bn. of MIL
Oct. 19, 1820
Crabb, 40 F. Ireland,
Staff Surg. Gilder, Africa,
Poyntz, 2 Ceylon Reg.
Lemprier, h. p. R. Eng. Alicant,
Dec. 26, 1820.
Assist. Surg. Gray, 89 F. on march to Poonama lee, Madras, May 7. Thalacker, h. p. 2 L. Dr. Ger Leg. Hosp. Assist. R. S. Gillespie, in the River Gambia, Aug. Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. Stokes, at Dominique.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
June 30. At Madras, the lady of Lieut. Colonel Foulis, Madras cavalry, of a son.
Oct. 7. At Grenada, the lady of John Ross, Esq. of a son.
26. At Morar-house, the lady of Colonel D. M'Donnel, of a son.
Nov. 1. At Catharine Bank, Mrs Ireland, of a
At Langley Park, the lady of Captain A. Lindsay, of a son.
2. At Goodwood, Sussex, the Duchess of Richmond, of a son.
At Newport, Isle of Wight, the lady of Wm. Moncrieff Taylor, Esq. of the 75th Regiment, of
3. At Rothmasie, Mrs Forbes, of a daughter. 4. In York Place, London, the lady of William Wrixon Becher, Esq. M.P. (formerly Miss O'Neill) of a daughter.
At Mungall Cottage, Mrs Stainton, of Biggarshiells, of a daughter.
5. At Netherlay, Mrs Silver, of a son. -In Upper Gower Street, Bedford Square, London, Mrs John Young, of a daughter.
At George's Street, Newhaven, Mrs James Bell, of a son.
6. At 15, Queen's Street, the lady of Lieutenant Colonel Ross, of the 4th Dragoon Guards, of a daughter.
At Abercromby Place, the lady of William Plomer, Esq. of a daughter.
13. In Coats' Crescent, Edinburgh, the lady of John Horrocks, Esq. of a son.
At Cheltenham, the lady of C. G. Wynne, Esq. of a daughter.
14. At his house, in York Place, Portman Square, London, the lady of Joseph Hume, Esq. M. P. of a daughter.
At Kelso, Mrs Dr Douglas, of a daughter. 16. In Forth Street, Mrs Hunt, of Pittencrieff,
At Edinburgh, Mrs Alexander Hunter, of
At Edinburgh, the Hon. Mrs Wardlaw, of a daughter.
26. At Woodslee, the lady of G. Scott Elliot, Esq. of Larriston, of a son.
27. At Exmouth, the lady of the AttorneyGeneral, of a son.
At Feddal-house, the lady of John Graham, Esq. younger, of Feddal, of a daughter.
At Darsham House, Suffolk, the lady of Major Purvis, of a daughter.
29. At Falkirk, the lady of Robert Walker, Esq. of Mumrils, of a son.
Lately.-At 58, Queen Street, Mrs M'Farlan, o a daughter.
Oct. 24. At Thun, Edward Cromwell, Des browe, Esq. his Britannic Majesty's Charge d'A faires to the Swiss Confederation, to Anne, eldest daughter of the Honourable Robert Kennedy. 26. At the British Ambassador's house, Brus sels, Colonel Berington, to Mrs Dickenson.
At the Manse of Benholm, the Rev. John Gleg, Minister of Inverbervie, to Ann, daughter of the Rev. James Scott, Minister of Benholm.
Nov. 2. At Channelkirk Manse, Mr George White, brewer, Clock Mill, Dunse, to Catherine Howard Drummond Mack, only daughter of the late Thomas Mack, Esq. of Kingston, Jamaica
6. At North Wellington Place, Glasgow, Major William Steuart, of the 91st Regiment, to Anne, only daughter of the late Captain John Kennedy, of Springhall.
Captain Alexander Gordon, R. N. to Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Sir Ernest Gordon, Bart. of Park.
7. At Portobello, Mr David Brown, writer is Edinburgh, to Ann, daughter of the late Mr W Hunter, merchant in Edinburgh.
At Bankhead, Mr George Rate Huntlaw, to Jane, daughter of Mr Thomas Park.
9. At Newton, the Rev. John Eadie, Minister Dun, to Helen, youngest daughter of David ott, Esq. of Newton.
4. At Grange, Mr William Hepburn, mernt, Cupar, to Sophia, youngest daughter of Andrew Russel.
5. At St Pancras Church, Colonel A. Hogg, of Honourable East India Company's service, to nes, daughter of William Dinwiddie, Esq. of rton Crescent.
At Fasnakyle, Lieut. Colonel Chisholm, of Royal Artillery, to Miss Chisholm, daughter he late Captain Chisholm, Fasnakyle.
In Westphalia, his Serene Highness the ke de Croy, Prince of the Empire, Peer of nce, and Grandee of Spain, to Maria, daughof the Honourable Colonel Henry Dillon, and t cousin of the present Viscount Dillon. 6. At Craigend, Mr William Lees, farmer, of rneyhirst, to Agnes, second daughter of Mr xander Marshall, farmer there.
- At Berryhole, George Russel, Esq. younger, Hayston, to Mary, youngest daughter of the Mr Walker, Colessie.
At Craighead, the Rev. Archibald Bruce, of the ministers of Stirling, to Georgina, ghter of Robert Banks, Esq. of Craighead. 0. At St John's, Hackney, Middlesex, Alex. tchison, Esq. of Peterhead, to Anne, eldest ghter of Alexander Hutchison, Esq. Lowe,
- Captain John Hobbs, of the Royal Eneers, to Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. n Garlies Maitland, of Fairgirth.
- At St Andrews, Mark Sprot, of Garnkirk, advocate, to Harriet, youngest daughter of late Principal Hill.
3. At Mellerstain, John, Viscount Glenorchy, y son of the Earl of Breadalbane, to Elizą, est daughter of George Baillie, Esq. of Jerris>de.
4. In Mary-la-Bonne Church, London, Wm. Dert Keith Douglas, Esq. M. P. youngest broof the Marquis of Queensberry, to Elizabeth, st daughter of Walter Irvine, Esq. Luddinghouse, Surrey.
5. At London, Captain Donald, late Royal st India Rangers, to Jemima, second daughter he Rev. T. Baxter, formerly officiating minisof Stow, St Mary's, Essex.
6. At Largs, Robert Baine, Esq. Greenock, to Morris, widow of the late Hugh Morris, Esq. sgow.
7. At Edinburgh, Thomas Johnstone, jeweller Edinburgh, to Isabella, only daughter of the Malcolm M'Bean, Esq. Master Conductor of nance, Madras Establishment.
8. The Earl of Wilton, second son of the Earl Countess Grosvenor, to Lady Mary Stanley, est daughter of the Earl and Countess of Derby. 10. At Edinburgh, the Rev. Mr Geo. Dickson, rth Sunderland, to Miss Cecilia, eldest daughof Mr William Stark, builder.
- At Edinburgh, Mr James Cassie, baker, to abeth, youngest daughter of the late James nter, merchant, Edinburgh.
April 16. In camp, at Severndroog, India, of ort illness, Major James Balfour Watson, then command of the 1st Battalion 4th Regiment ve infantry, Bombay Establishment.
- At St Ann's, Jamaica, Thomas, youngest of Mr William Armstrong, Niddry Street. May 18. At Loodonah, Captain George Rodney me, of the Bengal Engineers, aged 30, second of Sir George Blane, Bart.
3. At Serampore, near Calcutta, Mrs Carey, of the Rev. Dr Carey, the excellent and high seful missionary there.
une 7. At Calcutta, Alex. Campbell, Esq. of firm of Goold and Campbell, son of the late Campbell, Esq. Cashier of the Royal Bank. At Madras, P. Crawfurd, Esq. M. D. son of late Major Crawfurd, of Newfield, Ayrshire. g. 7. On Plantation Garden of Eden, Deme- Mr Andrew Sim, planter, a native of Ellon.
19. At Demerara, of the yellow fever, Mr Geo. Stoe Gibson, aged 24.
Oct. 21. In Mornington Place, London, in his 28th year, Mr Edward West, youngest son of the author of "Letters to a Young Man," &c. 27. Mrs Stirling Edmondstone.
At sea, off Corsica, on his passage to Italy, for the benefit of his health, Henry Davidson, Esq. advocate, second son of H. Davidson, Esq. W.'s.
29. At Cork, William Chalmer, Esq. son of the late William Chalmer, Esq. of Dalry, surgeon in Edinburgh.
At Auchintroig, Stirlingshire, in the 88th year of his age, William Maclachlan, Esq. Lieut. on the half-pay of the 25th Regiment.
30. At Tullamore, the Hon. Sholto Scott Douglas, third son of the late Hon. Lord Douglas, and Captain in the Enniskillen Dragoons.
31. At her house, Richmond Court, Janet Ferrier, relict of the deceased Andrew Melliss.
At Warriston Crescent, Louisa, daughter, and, on the 5th November, John, son of John Wright, merchant in Edinburgh.
Nov. 1. At the Leys, near Dollar, James Brown, late of Killin, surgeon, R. N.
Suddenly, aged about 40, William Wight, of Ednam, well known in that neighbourhood as the author of various poetical pieces, some of which were recently collected and published by subscription, under the title of "Cottage Poems." Though born in a state of helpless and pitiable deformity, his assiduous perseverance early enabled him to overcome the combined disadvantages of nature and poverty, and, unassisted, to enrich his mind with knowledge and cultivation. But his literary acquirements were his least praise. It was his blameless life, his uniform practice of every virtue within his humble sphere, his unaffected piety, his cheerful resignation, his unrepining patience, his warm affection and gratitude towards those whose benevolence alleviated the evils of his lot-evils such as are rarely the portion of humanity-that gained him universal sympathy and approbation, and raised up for him friends in various parts of the kingdom, distinguished yet more by their character and talents, than by their station in life.
2. At Bellfield, Miss St Leger Duncan. 4. At Bechill, East Lothian, Martha Carmichael, only child of Mr James Hume.
At Edinburgh, the infant daughter of Mr Alexander Manners, W. S.
At Corfhouse, Bunawan, Thos. Stevenson,
5. At Baronald, William Lockhart, Esq. of Baronald.
-At Lochee, near Dundee, the Rev. James Keyden, Minister of Fettercairn.
6. At Greenbank, Lasswade, Mr William Smith, in the 92d year of his age.
At his house, West Register Street, Mr Robert Norrie, painter.
-At Longforgan, the Rev. Adam Cairns, Minister of that parish.
7. At Peebles, Mrs Janet Tod, widow of the deceased Robert Scott, formerly tenant in Bellanrig, in the 86th year of her age.
8. At Edinburgh, Jane, eldest daughter of Cathcart Boyd, Esq. late Examiner and Accountant of the Salt and Fisheries in his Majesty's Customs for Scotland.
-At Spa Villas, Gloucester, Jessie Hunter, wife of the Rev. John Hunter, and second daughter of the late John Young, Esq. of Bellwood. At Ayr, Robert Robertson, Esq. of Duncanziemer.
9. At Edinburgh, Charles Murray, Esq. many years a distinguished favourite on the CoventGarden boards. This gentleman was the son of Sir John Murray, Bart. of Broughton, secretary to Charles Edward, the Pretender, in the rebellion of 1745, who, after the final ruin of the cause of
his unfortunate master, retired to Cheshunt, în Hertfordshire, where, in 1754, the subject of this memoir was born. Charles, under the immediate guardianship of his father, received an excellent classical education, and was, at a proper season, sent into France, to perfect himself in the language of that country, a language which, from his youngest days, he spoke with the correctness and fluency of the most accomplished native. Being designed by his friends for the medical profession, he was, on his return to England, placed as a pupil with a London practitioner of eminence, and, having obtained a competent knowledge of pharmacy and surgery, entered into the sea service as a surgeon, in which capacity he made several voyages. Being tired of this service, he entered into an engagement with Mr Tait Wilkinson, and made his first appearance on the stage at York, in 1775, in the character of Carlos, in the Fop's Fortune, under the assumed name of Raymur. Thence he went to Norwich, and afterwards to Bath. At the death of the late Mr Farren, he entered into an engagement with Mr Harris, at Covent-Garden Theatre, where he appeared in 1797, in the part of Shylock, in the Merchant of Venice. In characters of sensibility and deep pathos, Mr Murray has been unrivalled; and in such parts as Old Norval, Lusignan, and Adam, "we shall never look upon his like again." Mr Murray has left a son and a daughter in the profession. The latter (Mrs Henry Siddons) is highly distinguished as an actress, both in tragedy and in genteel comedy, and is the present proprietor of the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh. Her brother, Mr William Murray, the acting manager of that respectable theatre, is also a great favourite in this city.
10. At Restalrig, Alex. Duncan, Esq. W. S. Mrs Margaret Parlane, spouse of Dr Chas. Stuart, of Dunearn.
11. While travelling, within six posts of Florence, the Countess of Besborough, sister of Earl Spencer and the late Duchess of Devonshire.
-In Newhall Street, Liverpool, Edward Simon, aged 104 years and 22 days. He had been employed as a labourer in the Docks near 70 years. His mother died aged 103 years, his father 104 years, and his brother 104 years.
At Edinburgh, Mrs Isabella Wilde, relict of Robert Newall, teacher in Annan, and daughter of the late James Wilde, teacher in Dumfries.
12. In Cumberland Place, New Road, London, aged 70, the Hon. Mrs Mill, widow of the late John Mill, Esq. of Noranside, Forfarshire. 13. At Ayr, Major John Chalmers.
At Broughton Place, Christopher Moubray, late Cashier of the Friendly Insurance Office.
At Greenock, after a lingering illness, John Lawmont, Esq. surgeon, R. N. He was surgeon of the Vincejo at the period of her capture, and the confidant of the lamented Captain Wright in the Tower of the Temple in Paris, and the last friend who had access to his dungeon.
At Perth, John, the eldest son of Laurence Craigie, Esq. of Glendoick.
James Dunlop, of Househill, Colonel of the Renfrewshire Militia.
14. At West Wells, Wilts, aged 71, Lieut. General Kerr, formerly of the Hon. East India Company's service.
At her house, Writer's Court, Mrs Mary Hunter, in the 7 th year of her age.
-At his house, Robert Bruce, Esq. of Pitteadie. 15. At Dublin, at an advanced period of life, Dr John Barrett, Vice-Provost of Trinity College in that city.
16. Of an apoplexy, in London, Rear-Admiral Burney, F. R. S. in his 72d year, eldest son of the
learned and elegant Historian of Music, and brother to Madame d'Arblay, the celebrated novelist, and the late Dr Charles Burney. Admiral Burney, at a very early period of his life, first as midshipman, afterwards as lieutenant, accompanied Cap tain Cook in the two last of those enterprizing, perilous, and important voyages, which have re Hected so much honour on the late reign, and proved so beneficial to the general interests of mankind.
17. At Edinburgh, aged 52, Miss Grace Seller, daughter of the late Mr William Seller, Peter head. At Weymouth, Charles Kerr, Esq. late of Abbotrule.
At Kenleith, Helen, third daughter of Mr William Watson, farmer there.
At Castlecraig, Joanna Charlotte, daughter of Sir Thomas Gibson Carmichael, of Skirling, Bart.
22. At Mary's Place, Stockbridge, in the 8th year of her age, Mrs Susan Stewart, relict of the Rev. Alex. Davidson, late Minister of Stentos.
-At Lebanon, near Cupar Fife, Mr George Smith, late farmer Kinnaird.
At London, James Wilson, Esq. F. R.. Professor of Anatomy to the Royal College Surgeons.
At Edinburgh, Mrs Lilias Carmichael, widow of the late Mr John Carmichael, merchant in Glasgow.
In Russel Square, London, aged 88, the Right Hon. Sir James Mansfield, late Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas.
24. At Stockbridge, Mrs Elizabeth Currie, w dow of the late Lieut. Colonel Irving, of the 78th Regiment of Foot.
At his house, Canonmils, Mr Jas. Thomson, damask weaver, Leith Wynd.
-At New Rattray, Robert Birrell, Esq. late Provost of Kirkaldy.
-At Alnmouth, after a short but severe ilness, Eleanor Mary, eldest daughter of Mr Annett, of that place; and on the 15th April last, on board the Kent East Indiaman, on her passage to Bombay, Elizabeth Fenwick, youngest daughter of Y Annett, and wife of Andrew Gibson, M. D. civa surgeon at the Court of Sattarah.
25. At Bedford Place, Alloa, Margaret, eldest daughter of Alexander Macfarlane, Esq.
26. At Kennington, near London, while on 1 visit to his friends, Mr Andrew Lawrie, late of Buccleugh Street, Edinburgh.
27. At Edinburgh, Mr Luke Fraser, late one of the Masters of the High School of this city, aged 85 years.
28. At Woolwich, Lieut. Colonel James West, Royal Artillery.
30. At Craighouse, Miss Colquhoun, eldes daughter of the ate Humphrey Colquhoun, Esq
At Bankfoot, Mrs Jean Hay, relict of Alex Robertson, Esq. one of the Principal Clerks of Session.
Lately. The Widow Crooks, of Fineshade, near Doncaster. This poor woman was so impressed with what she considered an evil omen, (an ows flying three times across her on her way from church), that she actually became ill in conse quence, and died.
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