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28. At Stromnese, Henry Cruickshank, Esq. of 13. At Edinburgh, David Forrest, Esq. solicitor Hoy.
in the Supreme Courts. 30. Mary Roper Paton, youngest daughter of 14. At Edinburgh, Mrs Ross, widow of Hugh Mr John Paton, builder.
Ross, Esq. of Kerse. Suddenly, Robert Elliot, Esq. of Pinnacle- At Edinburgh, Mr John Murray, baker. hill.
15. At London, the Earl of Portmore, aged 78. 31. At the Hague, of apoplexy, the Earl of At Jersey, on the 15th inst. aged 15, of apoAtholne.
plexy, John Dumaresa, Esq. his Majesty's Attor- At Newbigging, Musselburgh, Captain John ney-General, and colonel of the 1st regiment of Thomson, late of the 69th regiment.
militia of that island. Nov. 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 Mr Kennedy, Esq. M. D. physician.
Archibald Colquhoun, writer. - At Dumfries, Miss Margaret Lawrie, young- - At Smeaton, Lady Buchan Hepburn, widow 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 11th Light Dragoons.
aged 39. 2. At Edinburgh, Mr George Wilson, writer. - At Balveny, Captain A. Cameron, late of
- At Edinburgh, Mr John Spence, solicitor in the Scots Brigade. the Supreme Courts of Scotland.
17. At Innergellie, Robert Lumsdaine, Esq. of 3. Ai 15, London Street, Edinburgh, Mr John Innergellie. Wright, merchant.
- At Hexham, Elizabeth, infant daughter of - At the Castlehill, Edinburgh, Mr Andrew the Rev. James Richardson, minister of the PresRochead, musical-instrument maker, in the 86th byterian Church there. year of his age.
- At Port Elliot, John Earl of St Germans. - At Edinburgh, Rebecca, second daughter of - At Methven Manse, the Rev. John Dowe, Mr William Boyd, W. S.
minister of that parish, in the 78th year of his age, - At Balbegno, in Kincardineshire, Mrs Ram- and 51st of his ministry. say, wife of Captain Thomas Ramsay, half-pay 18. At 14, George Street, Mrs Turner, former14th foot.
ly residing at Newbattle. - At Blackheath, General Sir Anthony Far- - At Åmmondale, 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 defield train department, aged 83; he had been in ceased Henry David, Earl of Buchan, a Priry the army 68 years, and was the oldest officer in the Councillor and late Lord High Chancellor of Eng British service.
land. His Lordship is succeeded in his title and 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 States of
- At New Saughton, John Hope Watson, se- Ainerica. cond son of the deceased James Watson, Esq. of 19. At his house in Queen Street, George KinSaughton, aged 6 years.
near, Esq. banker in Edinburgh. At Edinburgh, Robina, youngest daughter - John Wilson, Esq of Cultershogle, merchant of Mr Alexander Douglas, W. S.
in Dundee. 5. At Edinburgh, Miss Jane Grant Simpson, 20. In Roxburgh Street, Robert, aged 23, third third daughter of John Simpson, Esq. late captain son of Mr Adam Anderson. in the 27th regiment of foot, formerly captain in - At his house, Hunter-Square, Mr John Ferthe Inverness-shire militia.
guson, clothier. - The Honourable Frederick Eden, eldest son - West Bank, Portobello, Alexander, fourth of Lord Henley.
son of Mr Alexander Guthrie, bookseller, Edin- At Kettle Manse, Fife, Helen Moncrieff, burgh. fifth daughter of the Rev. Dr Barclay.
21. At his house, Trinity Square, London, John - At London, in her 20th year, Mary, only Roebuck, Esq. daughter of the late Robert Hamilton, Esq. of 22. At Libberton, Mr Robert Johnstone, late Queenston, Upper Canada.
merchant, Port-Glasgow. - At Weymouth, Colonel Chichester, of Ar- 23. At Edinburgh, Mrs Marion Bell, wife of MT lington, Devonshire.
Andrew Steele, of Crosswoodhill, w.S. - At Berwick, suddenly, Mr Henry Richard- 24. In New Palace Yard, Westminster, Lonson, proprietor and printer of the Berwick Adver- don, Mrs Bankes, wife of the Hon. Member for tiser.
Corse Castle. - Ann White, wife of John Wigham, jun. - At Greenbank, near Glasgow, Mrs Jane Bruce Salisbury Road, Edinburgh.
wife of William Davidson Blair, Esq. 6. At Falkirk, Charles Mackintosh, Esq. in the 25. At Edinburgh, Mrs Isabella Cochrane, re28th year of his age.
lict of Mr James Taylor, Mound Place. 7. At Edinburgh, Niel Gow, son of Mr Na- At Edinburgh, Mary Rooke Geva, infant thaniel Gow, music-seller.
daughter of Sir James Riddel, Bart. - At Musselburgh, Jessy, youngest daughter At Edinburgh, Charles, youngest son of of Mr George Stuart, merchant there.
Charles Tawse, Esq. W. S. 10. At Belfast, the Rev. Josias Alexander, pas- 27. In Graham Street, Robert Barclay, only tor of the Reformed Presbyterian congregation son of Mr John Sim, accountant of the Bank of there, and teacher of mathematics in the Belfast Scotland. Academy:
Lately. At Petersburgh, the celebrated Stei- At Edinburgh, Anna, eldest daughter of belt. David George Sandeman, Esq. Springland.
He was the author of a great number of
musical compositions ; among which, is the fine Mrs Stewart of Alderstov.
opera of Romeo and Juliet. He had resided for Mr Charles Broughton, W. S. accountant in fiteen years in St Petersburgh, and acquired a Edinburgh.
large fortunc. 11. Robert Lorimer, Esq. of Holmhead, resi. - At London, Colonel Lyon, in his 50th year. ding at Kirkland, near Sanquhar.
He expired in the arms of his son, Captain Lyon, - At Kingsbarns, Mrs Moncriefl, widow of the Rev. David Moncrieff of Whitewells, minister of
of the Hecla, recently returned from the North
ern Expedition. Redgorton.
- At the Manse of Glammis, on the 93d ult. - At London, Lord Chief Baron Richards. Barbara, daughter of the Rev. James Lyon.
12. At Edinburgh, Mr William Sibbald, archi- - At Edinburgh, Miss Jean Baillie, 56, Queen tect and builder.
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ABERCROMBY, Mr D., review of his Chancellor, the Lord, on the late Whig
speech at the Scottish club, Liverpool, attacks on, 202, 627
Chapter on Goblins, 639
ceedings, as affecting our West Indian 396
Cobbett and Sir Francis Burdett, 314
Remarks on, 319 - His attacks on
objections to rural sports, 223_Speci-
ter to Mr Malthus, 226
Complete angler, the review of, 473
Contributor, letter from one in the sulks,
letter from one in love, 471
lecturer on, 148
Credit, public, project in aid of, 516
Deaths, 119, 373, 624, 741
December, lines on, 670
Dissertation on the leather bottle and the
Domestic Scottish Tales, by James Hogg,
review of, 427
Doncaster, Sawney at, 468
-By Odoherty, 282
marks on, 555
of Ancient Manners and Customs, 254 421, 723
Ear-trumpet, a new one, 199
swer to Mr Wilberforce, on the West Eloquence, on the gormandizing school of,
Esk, sonnets on the scenery of the, 601
Faust, a drama, by Goethe, review of trans-
Faux, William, review of his Memorable
-Arrival in Charleston, 566_Wash-
pictures, 568_Judicial sketch, 569
Fine Arts, lectures on the, No. I., 18
thy Tickler to, 308—Postscript by Odo- the Reign of Napoleon, review of, 173
Garcilaso de la Vega, review of his works
Garden of plants at Paris, review of his.
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. VII. 80_No.
VIII. 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
by, 188_Review of his Three Perils of Perils of Woman, review of, 427.
letter from a contributor in, 471
pearance in, 572
Manners and customs, ancient, vestiges of,
Marriages, 119, 372, 623, 741
of the History of France, by Na-
of Hayley, review of, 303
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
I. Tennant, 421-No. II. Beddoos, 723
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 Glacgow, 459_On Mr
On pamphlets on Ireland, 534_On mo-
-On the Edinburgh Review's attack on
of Joseph Burridge, Esq., 702
before, and six months after October, and South of France, 13-Of new poet.
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_Of 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--0f 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
Sketch of the revolution in Mexico, 61
Mitigation of, remarks on, 441
Songs, English, remarks on, 4
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 the,
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 Guthrie, 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 Jobnstone, 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.
Gifford, 119, 372 622, ib. 740 Scott, 119, 622, ib.
Macleod, 740 Shandos, 622
Maconochie, 623 Silver, 372
Marjoribanks, 372 Sitwell, 622
Marshall, 622 Skinner, 372