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Course of Exchange, Dec. 9.--Amsterdam, 12:3. C. F, Ditto at sight, 11 : 19. Rotterdam, 12 : 4. Antwerp, 12:6. Hamburgh, 37:8. Altona, 37 : 9. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25 : 70. Ditto 25 : 90. Bourdeaux, 25 : 90. Frankfort on the Maine, 157. Petersburgli, per rble. 83:3. Us. Berlin, 7:10. Vienna, 10:13 Eff: flo. Trieste, 10:14 Elf.flo. Madrid, 362. Cadiz, 36. Bilboa, 36. - Barcelona, 354. Seville, 36. Gibral. tar, 30. Leghorn, 464. Genoa, 43. Venice, 27 : 50. Malta, 45. Naples, 38), Palermo, 117. Lisbon, 52. Oporto, 52. Rio Janeiro, 49. Bahia, 51. Dublin, 9 per cent. Cork, 94 per cent.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per 0.- Foreign gold, in bars, £3 : 17 : 6d. New Doubloons, £3 : 15 : 0d. New Dollars, 4s. 9ă. Silver in bars, stand. Os. Od.

PRICES CURRENT, Dec. 6.-London, 9.

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SUGAR, Musc.
B. P. Dry Brown, .

cwt. Mid. good, and fine mid.

Fine and very fine,
Refined Doub. Loaves,

Powder ditto,
Single ditto,
Small Lumps,
Large ditto,

Crushed Lumps,
MOLASSES, British, cwt.
COFFEE, Jamaica, . cwt.

Ord. good, and fine ord.

Mid, good, and fine mid.
Dutch 'Triage and very ord.

Ord. good, and fine ord.
Mid. good, and fine mid.
St Domingo,
Pimento (in Bond,)
Jam. Rum, 16 O. P. gall.

Grain Whisky,

Claret, 1st Growths, hhd.
Portugal Red, pipe.
Spanish White,


FUSTIC, Jamaica,

INDIGO, Caraccas fine, Ib.
TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot.

Ditto Oak,
Christiansand (dut paid.)
Honduras Mahogarry,

St Domingo, ditto,
TAR, American,

PITCH, Foreign, cwt.
TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand.

Home melted,
HEMP, Polish Rhine, ton.

Petersburgh, Clean,

Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak.

MATS, Archangel,

Petersburgh Firsts, cwt.
ASHES, Peters. Pearl,
Montreal, ditto,

Pot, OIL, Whale,

tun. Cod, TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, ib.


COTTON'S, Bowed Georg.
Sea Island, fine,


Middling, Demerara and Berbice, West India, Pernambuco, Maranham,

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METEOROLOGICAL Tables, extructed from the Register kept al Edinburgh, in the

Observatory, Calton-hill.

N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afternoon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.


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fair aftern.

A. 42 .999 A. 441 rain aftern.
.665 M.43

M.38 .904M.45
SW. Fair & mild. 17
A. 41

Fair, with .604 A. 45


A. 15 .901 A. 45 ) sunshine. M.33 .1391M.18

Dull, with

M.33 30 188 M.45

Sunsh. fore. .296 A. 46

Cble. rain foren.

A. 43 29.999 A. 46) dull aftern. M.37 230 M.45

Dull most of

M.393 .664 M.45


Foren. fair, A. 42 229 A. 43


A. 43 .559 A. 45) aftern. rain M.31 .427 M.50

Frost morn.

M.40 .338 M.50 5

Fair, but A. 37 .504 A. 44 / E. dull day.


A.52 .675 A.50) dull.
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Fair, with

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M,45 .594 M.49 Fair, with A. 41

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A. 49 .492 A. 49

sunshine. M.373 .975 M.43

Fair, with

M.30 .480 M.49 13 A. 42


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ALPHABETICAL List of EnglISA BANKRUPTCIEs, announced between the 20th

of Oct. and the 20th of Nov. 1823; extracted from the London Gazette.

Arnold, W. J. Idol-lane, wine-broker.
Atkinson, T. Bradford, Yorkshire, worsted-spin-

Ball, R. Bristol, baker.
Beale, W. & J. H. Wrathall, Union-street, south-

wark, hatters.
Benson, J. Lancaster, linen-draper.
Bignold, T. Bridge-street, Blackfriars, boot-ma-

Bidder, T. Ilfracombe, tallow-chandler.
Birchinall, J. Macclesfield, cotton-spinner.
Bird, D. P. Bristol, grocer.
Bolton, E. Mare-street, Hackney, butcher.
Bottrelí, H. Ostend, merchant.
Brookes, C. Southampton, cabinet-maker.
Brown, A. Plymouth, ship-builder.
Brown, H. W. Surrey-street, Strand, merchant.
Burraston, J, Hereford, coal-merchant.
Burridge, J. Ironmonger-lane, merchant.
Cardlin, J. J. Fenchurch-street, merchant.
Carpenter, J. Ramsay, Hants, coal-merchant.
Chabert, P. Lloyd's Coffee-house, merchant.
Charnaud, J. & J. N. Shoolbred, Great St He.

lens, merchants.
Clark, J. Trowbridge, linen-draper.
Colton, Rev. C. C. Prince's-street, Soho, wine

Cone, J. Crutched Friars, victualler.
Cort. R. Cow Cross-street, currier.
Coulston, R. Tewkesbury, plumber.
Coupland, w. & W. B. Colton, Liverpool, mer-

Cox, J. Wells, Somerset, miller.
Croft, W. P. M. Smithfield, victualler.
Davis, R. London, ironmonger.
Day, R. & R. H. Tovill, Oil Mills, Maidstone,

Kent, seed-crushers.

Dickenson, R. Hexham, Northumberland, book

Dow, J. Bow-common, rope-maker.
Dowman, T. & J. Offley, Bread-street, Cheapside,

Ewes, J. Canterbury, ironmonger.
Gigney, S. Letchingden, Essex, farmer.
Gingell, w. J. Norton-street, Mary-le-bonne tur.

Glynn, E. J. Launceston, bauker.
Gordon, W. High-street, Gravesend, merchant.
Greathead, R. Bristol, dealer and chapman.
Greenland, S. N. Frome Selwood, Somersetshire,

Haines, H. J. Jermyn-street, oil merchant.
Hamer, S. B. Furnival's-inn, broker.
Harnage, Sir G. Chatham-place, merchant.
Harrison, C. Aldgate, cheesemonger.
Hassan, W. Charles-street, Middlesex Hospital,

Hawkins, E. Hereford, dealer and chapman.
Hewitt, T. Carlisle, jron-founder.
Hills, T. Southend, builder.
Hoar, T. Flamstead, Hertfordshire, baker.
Holl, C. A. Worcester, printer.
Holt, w. F. Cannon-row, Westminster, surgeon.
Honeyborne, J. Kingswinford, Staffordshire, coal

Huckman, J. Bristol, butcher.
Ingram, E. Castle-street, Reading, dress-maker.
James, J. J. A. & Co. Liverpool, ship-builders.
Jewson, J. C. High Holborn, linen-draper.
Lacey, L. Garden-row, London-road, horse-dealer.
Lacon, W. Oswestry, ironmonger.
Lainy, G. Dunster-court, Mincing-lane, merchant.
Lewis, J. Goyfrey, Monmouth-shire, timber-deal-


Linde, J. Rilliter-street, broker.

Roach, R. S. Bishop's Waltham, Hants, tanner. Longton, J. and J. Liverpool, ironmongers. Smith, E. Chatham, hatter. Marshall, R. Jury Farm, near Ripley, Surrey, Smith, R. Piccadilly, fruiterer. farmer.

Stavie, T. King-street, Seven Dials, stove-grate M'Cheune, D. Fenchurch-street, merchant.

manufacturer. M.Kenzie, J. Manchester, draper.

Stephens, W. C. Westbury-on-Trim, GloucesterMonatt, J. Lower Thames-street, ale-dealer.

shire, grazier. Murgatroyd, W. Scarr Bottom, Yorkshire, wor- Steward, H. Old Burlington-street, victualler. sted-spinner.

Stoakes, W. Liverpool, carver and gilder. Myers, J. Preston, wine merchant.

Thorndike, J. Ipswich, cheese-factor. Naish, J. Bristol, tanner.

Turner, T. Stoke Goldington, Bucks, baker Neale, J. Liverpool, merchant.

Ubsdell, C. Warminster, linen-draper. Northover, H. Nunny, Somerset, farmer.

Vince, W. Lucas-street, Commercial-road. Nunn, R. and T. Fisher, Grub-street, timber- Watson, R. Britannia-terrace, City-road, coalmerchants.

merchant. Oakley, T. Titchfield-street, carpenter.

Watson, T. Turf Coffee-house, St James's-street, Ord, J. St Paul's Church-yard, haberdasher.

wine-merchant. Peacock, J. Manchester, merchant.

Watts, S. Yeovil, Somersetshire, banker. Peet, G. and J.Gutter-lane, riband-manufacturers. White, J. Prince's-street, Storey's-gate, undertaker. Pelham, J. Chart, Kent, seed-crusher.

Whittingham, T. Cheltenham, currier. Pickard. W. Knaresborough, lime-burner. Withington, H. Manchester, silk-manufacturer. Prosser, J. Abergavenny, grocer.

Wood, S. Poswiek, Hereford, dealer. Randalí, R. Truro, draper.

Wood, T. Barbican, oilman. · Lingshaw, G. Tooring, builder. ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 18th

and 30th November, 1823; extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Buchanan, David, butcher in Veal-market, Edin

DIVIDENDS. burgh. Cuthill, the Rev. Alexander, minister in the se- Gillespie, Colin, merchant in Glasgow; a 2d di

cond charge of the Church of Ayr, and printer, vidend on 9th December. publisher, and stationer, in Ayr.

Harkness, Robert, of Innishenrusk, in Cowal, Gibson, Thomas, mason and builder in Perth. Argyllshire, wool and cattle merchant, sometime Greenhill, James, merchant and corn-dealer in residing there; a dividend after 5th December. Newburgh.

Kerr, Alexander, haberdasher and silk-mercer, Harthill, John, merchant in Aberdeen.

South Bridge-street, Edinburgh; a first diviLawrie, Archibald, upholsterer, Edinburgh.

dend after 22d December. .M.Lean, Captain Hector, wool and kelp merchant, Moffat, John, merchant, Lerwick ; a dividend afCarsaig, Island of Mull.

ter 9th December. Munro, Hugh, spirit-dealer, Queensferry-street; Weir, William, sheep and cattle dealer in Darley, Elinburgh.

parish of Bar; a dividend after 6th January. Paterson, John, merchant in Stirling.

Wylie, William, the deceased, manufacturer in Rose, William, merchant in Glasgow.

Paisley; a fourth and final dividend after 26th Virtue, James & Co. merchants in Edinburgh. December.


APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c. Brevet. Major Hon. J. Finch, h. p. R. W. I. 24

G. K. Tucker, Ens. by p. vice BenRan. Lieut. Col. in the Army, 25

net, prom.

do. Oct. 1823 25

Lt. Miller, Ad. vice M'Leod, res. Adj. 1 Life Gds. Cor. and Sub-Lt. Hon. H. M. Upton,


6 Nov. Lt. by p. vice Moseley, pro. 10 Oct. 37

Hosp. As. Neill, As. Surg. vive C. Heneage, Cor. and Sub-Lt. by p.

Robertson, 70 F.

do. do. 39

Lt. Gen. Sir G. Airey, K.C.B. Col. 3 Dr. Gds. Lt. Bolton, Adj. vice Towel, res. Adj.

vice Gen. N. Balfour, dead 28 Oct. only

6 Nov. 41

Lt. Crole, from 11 Dr. Capt. by p. 7 Vet. Surg. Anderson, from h. p. 24

vice Johnson, cancelled 30 do. Dr. Vet. Surg. vice Nesbitt, dead 57

As. Surg. Latham, from h. p. 34 F do.

As. Surg. vice Inglis, dead" 23 do. Ś Dr. As. Sur. Farnden, from 70 F. As. 67

Ens. Pilford. Lt. vice Lascelles, dead Surg. vice Carter, dead do.

30 do. 10 Surg. M Roberts, from 78 F. Surg.

L. Carey, Ens.
vice Chermside, h. p.

30 Oct.

As. Surg. Robertson, from 37 F. As 11 Cor. Partride, Lt. by p. vice Crole,

Surg. vice Famden, 8 Dr.

6 Nov. 41 F.

do. 71

Lt. Dashwood. Capt. by p. vice Roy,
C. Johnson, Cor. by p.


25 Oct. 12 Reg. Serg. Maj. White, Qua. Master.

J. Barry, Ens. by p.

do. vice Bull, dead

do, 74

Lt Yates, from Cape Corps, Lt, vice Lt. Lane, Capt. by p. vice Patton,

Herron, h. p. 24 F.

6 Nov, ret.

6 Nov.

Staff Surg. Bolton, from h. p. Surg.
Cor. Harington, Lt. by p. do.

vice M Roberts, 10 Dr. 30 Oct. W. Hyde, Cor. by p.


Capt. Cruise, Maj. by p. vice Arden, 14 Lt. Gen. Sird.o. Vandeleur, K.C.B.


6 Nov. Col. vice E. of Bridgewater, dead, 92

Ens. Bayly, Lt. vice Sutherland, ret. 28 Oct.

23 Oct. Gren. Gds. Bt. Maj. Hon. R. Clements, Capt.

W. E. Sawbridge, Ens. by p.. do and Lt. Col. by p. vice Packe, ret. W. I. R. Lt. Hughes, from h. p. 2d Bahama

6 Nov.

Gn. Comp. Qua. Mast. vice Dukes. Lt. Lyster, Lt. and Capt. by p. do.

do. 7F. Lt. Orr, Adj. vice Hay, res. Adj. only Ceyl. Reg. 20 Lt Lewis, ist Lt. vice Burke,

23 Oct.

do. 28 Bt. Lt. Col. Dalmer, Maj. by p. vice

R. Jefferson, 2d Lt.

do. Keightley, prom.

16 do. Cape Corps (Inf.) Lt. Harvey, from 24 h. p. Lt. 1st Lt. Beale, Capt by p.

30 do.
vice Yates, 74 F.

6 Nov. 2d Lt. Mathison, 1st Lt. by p. do. 1 R. Vet. Bn.Lt. Rawstorne, from h. p. 10 F. Lt. G. Beauclerk, 2d Lt. by p. 30 do,

25 Oct.

h. p.

1 R. Vet. Bn. Lieut. Knox, from h. p. 3 F. do. Ensign Collings, from 60 F. rec. dift. with Ensign

Collins, from h. p. 26 F. do. Fothergill, h. p. 85 F.
Fleeson, from h. p. Afr. Corps. Assist. Surg. M'Clintock, from 1 Dr. with Assist.


Surg. Tedlie, h. p. 89 F.
Fielding, from h. p. 3 F. do.
Frazer, from h. p. 56 F. do.

Resignations and Retirements.
Nicholls, from h. p. 31 F. do.

Maj. Gen. Visc. Chabot, late of 5 F.
Johnson, from h. p. 5 F. do.

Col. H. P. L'Estrange, King's County Mil.
Thomson, from late 9 Vet. Bn.

Lieut. Col. Packe, Gren. Gds.


Capt. Patton, 12 Dr.
As. Surg. Keoghoe, from h. p. 44 F.
As. Surg:


Roy, 71 F.

Lieut. Sutherland, 92 F.
Lt. Bell, from h. p. 2 Gn. Bn. Lt. do.
Stewart, from h. p. 95 F. do.

Appointment Cancelled.
O'Neill, from h. p. 83 F. do.
Dickens, from h. p. 28 F. do.

Capt. Johnson, 41 F.
Kirkley, from h. p. Rifle Brig.

Butler, from h. p. 37 F. do. Gen. Sir A. Farrington,

Bt. Roy. Art. Director
Waddell, from h. p. 48 F. do. General of the Field Train, Dep. Blackheath,
M'Grath, from h. p. 96 F. do.

3 Nov. 1823
Griesbach, from h. p. Meu- Barclay, late of Roy. Marines, Taunton,
ron's Reg. Lt.

12 do Staff

As. Surg. Lawder, As. Surg. do. Lieut. General Peche, East India Comp. Serv. Lt. Crofton, from h. p. Yk. Lt. Inf.

April Vol. Lt.

do. Maj. Gen. Steuart, late of Ist F. Edinburgh, Sep. 23 Waters, from h. p. 83 F. do.

Durand, East India Comp. Serv. Fort O'Reilly, from h. p. 6 Gn. Bn. St George, East Indies,

24 Dec. 182.. do. Col. Uniacke, h. p. 104 F.

31 Oct. M.Kenzie, from h. p. 72 F. do. - Chichester, Cardigan Mil.

23 Oct. Scarman, from h. p, 67 F. do. Lieut. Col. Miller, 87 F. Ghazeepore, Bengal, O'Beirne, from h. p. 96 F. do.

17 May. Bowen, from h. p. 65 F. do.

Earl of Athlone, h. p. 95 F.
Dickson, from h. p. 25 F. do.

Sir M. Grant, K.C.B. h. p. Portugal Ens. Harrison, from h. p. 81 F. Ens. Serv. MacKrach, near Granton, 22 Oct. vice Greenham, ret list. do. Capt. Lennon, h. p. R. Wagg, Train, 25 Oct.

Lane, Adj. vice Yellon, ret. Kelly h. p. 80 F. Clashmore, Youghall, list. do.

21 Oct. As. Surg. Gardiner, from h. p. 53 F. Gardiner, h. p. 89 F. Isleworth, Middlesex, As. Surg.

do. Unattached.

Hunt, h. p. York Rang. London, 17 July.

Ubaldini, h. p. Malta Regt.
Major Hon. R. P. Arden, from 84 F. de Harling; h. p. 2 Dr. Germ. Leg. 7 Noy.
Lt. Col. of Inf. by p. vice M. Gen.

Taylor, of late 5 Vet. Bn. St. Athan, 9 May.
Chabot, ret.
30 Oct. 1823.
Finch, of late 9 Vet. Bn.

10 Oct.
Lieut. Stuart, 32 F. Corfu,
Hospital Staff:
Bowra, 64 F. I. of Wight,

8 Nov.

Hon. F. Lascelles, 67 F. London.
Surg. Maling, from h. p. Surg. vice

J. Gordon, late Invalids,

Clarke, prom.

July, 1823.
Doughty, do.

29 Oct. As. Surg. Clifford, from h. p. 68 F. Rushton, do.

24 Jan. As. Surg. vice Finlayson, cancelled Aitkin, of late 1 Vet. Bn. Jedburgh, North 23 Oct. Briton,

10 Sept. Magrath, from h. p. 20 Dr.

Mussen, h. p. 3 Dr.
As. Surg. vice Lawder, 2 R. Vet. Crawford, h. p. 2 F. Lambeth,

24 Sept. Bn.

6 Nov.

· Daniel, h. p. 12 F. Wheelock, Chrshire, Hosp. As. Gallagher, from h. p. Hos.

12 Oct As. vice Lough, h. p.

23 Oct.
Doig, h. p. 23 F.

J. Wylie, Hosp. As. vice Neill, 70 F.

Barr, h. p. 26 F.

26 do. 6 Nov. Donald Campbell, h. p. 27 F.

21 Nov. Exchanges. Mulkern, h. p. 65 F.

Aug. Uniacke, h. p. 66 F.

10 July Lt. Col. Popham, from 24 F. with Lt. Col. Fle- Duff, h. p. 67 F. Isle of Man,

29 Oct. ming, h. p. 53 F.

Ruddiman, h. p. 71 F. Major Jonson, from 93 F. with Major Allen, h. p. Andrews, h. p. 84 F.

21 May 10 F.

Peters, h. p. 88 F.

18 Feb. Bt. Maj. Mackworth, from 13 Dr. rec. diff. with Patton, late 6 Vet. Bn.

8 Oct. Capt. Heyman, h. p. 8 Dr.

Frey, h. p. Roll's Regt. Capt. Webb, from Rifle Brig. do. with Captain Robertson, Stirling, Mil. Edinburgh, 25 Oct. Stevenson, h. p. 12 F.

Ens. Le Mesurier, h. 9 F.

15 Mar. Lieut. Towell, from 3 Dr G. do with Lieut. Todd,

Cheney, 1. p. 12 :

16 Sept.

23 Aug

15 Sept.

14 Dec. h. p. 8 Dr.

Chap. Pulejo, h. p. Sicilian Regt. Smith, from 4 Dr. G. do. with Lieut. Nash, Qu. Mast. Bull, 12 Dr. Cork,

21 Oct. b. p. 21 Dr.

Andrews, h. p. 72 F.

22 Jan. Grayson, from 15 F. with Lieut. Ham

Elliott, So. Devon Milit. mond, h. p. 94 F.-

Med. Dep. Surg. Gruskopff; h. p. 1 Dr. Germ. - M'Leod from 25 F. with Lieut. O'Brien, h.

Leg. p. 22 Dr.

- Surg. Dunn, Ayr, Milit, Cornet Cunninghame, from 5 Dr. G. rec. diff.

Staff Assist. Surg. Rossiter, Frome, with Cornet Sir W. H. Clarke, Bt. h. p.


7 Sept. Ensign Young, from 17 F. with Ensign Farwell,

Assist Surg. Duval, h. p. 1 Lt. Inf. 31 F.

Germ. Leg. Michel, from 27 F. with Ensign Sleator. 60 F.

Dep. Purv. Sherrin, h. p.

21 Apr.


27. In George's Square, Mrs Captain Mackenzie, Feb. 3. At Surat, the Lady of Edward Grant, of a daughter Esq. of the Civil Service, Bombay Establishment, Oct. 38. At Copenhagen, the Consort of Prince of a son.

William of Hesse, of a daughter. 25. At Madras, the Lady of J. Macleod, Esq. of 31. At Balnamoon, the Lady of James Carnegy,

Esq. of a daughter. Aug. 16.

At Mount Atlas, Jamaica, the Lady Nov. 7. At Brechin, the Lady of John Guthrie, of Hinton Spalding, Esq. M. D. of a daughter. Esq. banker, of a daughter.

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7. In York Place, London, the Lady of Joseph bella, youngest daughter of the late Major Wm. Hume, Esq. M. P. of a daughter.

Wilson, of Polmally, - At Oatfield, East Lothian, Mrs Alex. Burn, James Begbie, M. D. to Eliza, second daughof a daughter.

ter of the late Robert Speare, Esq. of Millbank, 9. At Crook, near Stirling, Mrs Micking, of Cheshire, twin sons.

13. At Auchindinny, Mr James Ritchie, sta12. At Portsmouth, the Lady of Major-General tioner, Edinburgh, to Janet, eldest daughter of Sir James Lyon, K. C. B. of a daughter.

Mr George Laing, paper manufacturer there. - At Cargen, the Lady of William Stothert, 13. Lieut.-Colonel Colquhoun, to Magdalene, Esq. of a daughter.

fourth daughter of John Stein, Esq. of Kennet14. At Belmont, the Lady of Mathew Fortescue, pans. Esq. of a daughter.

17. Henry Bellenden Ker, Esq. of Lincoln's 15. Lady Dunbar of Boath, of a son.

Inn, London, to Elizabeth ann, eldest daughter of 16. At Greenbank, near Glasgow, Mrs W. D. Edward Clarke, Esq. of Cheshunt, Herts. Blair, of a daughter.

19. At Staple Grove near Taunton, Major - Mrs Clarke of Comrie, of a daughter. Stepney Cowell, of the Coldstream Guards, to

Mrs William Young, Great King Street, of Euphemia Jemima, eldesi daughter of General a daughter.

John Murray, and sister to Major-General Murray,
At Wheatfield House, the Lady of Mark Lieutenant-Governor of Demerara.
Sprot, Esq. of Garnkirk, of a daughter, still-born. 24. At Glasgow, Matthew Fleming, Esq. mer-

16. At Greenock, the Lady of Lieut-Colonel chant, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late Robert Douglas, 79th Regiment, of a son.

Strang, Esq. 18. At Blackheath, the Lady of Captain P. H. At Kinnabar, near Montrose, William Smart, Bridges, R. N. of a daughter.

Esq. of Cononsyth, to William, daughter to R - At Shrubhill, Leith Walk, the Lady of John

Gibson Esilikeld, by Leven, Mr Henry Balfour, Mansfield, Esq. of a daughter.



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20. At Hillhousefield, Mrs James Borthwick, of Durie, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr Robert a daughter.

Bisset, Millfield. - Mrs Tod, 16, Charlotte Square, of a daugh- 25. At Glasgow, Henry Houldsworth, jun. Esq. ter.

to Helen, only daughter of the late James Hamil. 25. At Larchgrove, near Edinburgh. Mrs Dr ton, Esq. of Glasgow. Morison, of a son, being her fifteenth child.

- At Dolphingston, Mr Samuel Johnston, BarLalely. In Castle Street, the Lady of Colonel bauchlaw, to Christiana Mary, daughter of Mr O'Connel, 73d Regimient, of a daughter.

James Cunningham.

- At Edinburgh, Mr David Robertson, merMARRIAGES.

chant, Grangemouth, to Euphemia, daughter of
Jan. 21. At Googry, East Indies, Joseph Wool- John Charles, Esq. Sciennes Street.
ley, Esq. assistant-surgeon 2d battalion 6th Regi. 27. At the Manse of Methlick, James Nicol, Esq.
ment, to Mary, eldest daughter of Lieut.-Colonel advocate in Aberdeen, to Barbara, only daughter
W. G. Maxwell, commanding that battalion. of the late Rev. George Allan, minister of New-

Feb. 8. At Bengal, Thomas Reid Davidson, Esq. hills.
of the Civil Service, to Helen Eliza, eldest daugh. 29. At Rankillor Street, Edinburgh, Mr John
ter of Lieut-Colonel J. Paton, Commissary-Ge- c. Tweedie, merchant, Leith, to Helen, only
neral in Bengal.

daughter of Alexander Cunningham, Esq.
June 1. At Bombay, Donald Smith Young, Esq. At Edinburghi, on Saturday, Sir Abrahain
of the Hon. East India Company's Medical Ser. Elton, Bart. of Cleveden Court, Somerset, to
vice, Madras Establishment, to Mary, second Mary, eldest daughter of the late William Stewart,
daughter of Campbell Mackintosh, Esq. of Dal- Esq. of Castle Stewart, and niece of Kenneth,
migavie, Inverness-shire.

Earl of Seaforth.
July 14. (O. S.) At St Petersburgh, Colin
Campbell Sawers, Esq. merchant, St Petersburgh,

to Miss Marjory Forman, of that city.

Dec. 8. 1822. At Canton, Captain Thomas San-
Oct. 17. At Kingsburgh, Isle of Skye, the Rev. ders, of the Orwell, Indiaman.
Roderick M‘Leod, minister of Brackadale, to Feb. 11, 1823. At Chunar, Bengal, Lieut. George
Miss Ann M‘Donald ; and on Nov. 2d, George Gordon, of the 21st Regiment, N. I. and Fort
Gun, Esq. to Miss Margaret M‘Donald, both Adjutant at Chunar.
daughters of D. M‘Donald, Esq. of Skeabost. Mar. 20. At Fort Marlborough, Bencoolen, the

23. At Sheriff Mill, near Elgin, Alex. Suther- lady of Lieut.-Colonel M Innes, of the Hon. East
and, Esq. Rose Valley, to Ann, daughter of John India Company's service.
Innes, Esq.

April 21. At Choadringhow, East Indies, Lieut, 27. At Denbie, Thomas Dickson, Esq. of Lon- John Hadaway, 24th Native Infantry, Bengal, don, to Mary, second daughter of Lieut.-Colonel surveyor of Government lands in Rochilound, Carruthers of Denbie.

and eldest son of the late Patrick Hadaway, Esq. 30. At Wandsworth, Archibald Montgomery Aug. 30. At St Thomas's in the East, Jainaica, Maxwell, Captain in the Royal Artillery, to Mary, Mrs Monro of Novar. third daughter of John Falconer Atlec, Esq. of Oct. 3. At Rasay House, the same day with her West Hill House, Wandsworth.

brother, James M.Leod of Rasay, Mrs Martin of
Nov. 1. James Webster, Esq. of Balmuir, For. Attadale.
farshire, and of West Ham, Essex, to Miss Eliza- 4. At Xerez de la Frontera, in Spain, James
beth Ramsay, of Mark Lane.

Gordon, Esq. senior partner of the old established
3. At Bush House, Fisherrow, Lieut. Patrick house of Gordon & Co. of said city.
Kerr, Royal Navy, to Helen, daughter of Mr 11. At Auchtermuchty, Mr James Bowes, sur.
Robert Mitchell, wood-merchant.

geon, aged 74.
4. In Castle Street, Lieut. Henry Steele, of the At his residence, in the Royal Arsenal,
Royal Navy, to Margaret, third daughter of the Woolwich, Lieut.-General Baily Willington, Colo-
late Captain John Stenhouse, of the 20th Regi- nel Commandant of the 2d Battalion of the Royal
ment of Foot.

Regiment of Artillery.
At Haddington, Mr James Gibson, to Mary 19. At Perth, Mrs Hosack, wife of Dr Hosack,
Ann, youngest daughter of the late Robert Somer. physician there, late surgeon to his Majesty's forces.
ville, Esq. surgeon there.

20. At Edinburgh, David Rutherford, youngest
6. At Barossa Place, Perth, Mr William Wilson, son of the Rev. James Rutherford, minister of
bookseller, Edinburgh, to Margaret, eldest daugh- Hownam.
ter of the late John White, Esq.

24. At Musselburgh, Mrs William Charles, jun. 10. At Mary-le- bone Church, London, Walter 25. At Elie, Fifeshire, Dr John Croley, late Stevenson Davidson, Esq. of Inchmarlo, Kin- surgeon to the Canadian North-West Company, cardineshire, to Anne, only daughter of Gilbert At Lynlish, near Granton, Lieut. Colonel Sir Mathison, Esq.

Maxwell Grant, K.C.B. late of the 42d Highland- At Stirling, John Telford, Esq. cashier of

the Stirling Bank, to Jane, eldest daughter of 26. At Gremston Lodge, Yorkshire, Mrs Hage
Thomas Wright, Esq. of Glenny, late Provost of gerston, jun. of Ellingham.

At Muttonhole, Mr Robert Renton, farmer
12. At Polmally Glen, Urquhart, Inverness-shire, there.
Sir Charles Chambers, one of the Judges of the 27. At Rink, Mr Thomas Arras, farmer, Craig-
Supreme Court of Judicature at Bombay, to Isa- crook.


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