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PRICES CURRENT. Sept. 6.
SUGAR, Musc.
LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL

Per
B. P. Dry Brown, 74 @ 78 75

77 68 @ 78

cwt. Mid. good, and fine mid. 80 86 78

90 79

88 Fine and very fine,

94 91

93 89 93 Refined, Double Loaves,

155 160
Powder ditto,

124 128
Single ditto,
1120 122

122 122

126 Small Lumps,

115 118 114 116 123 126 Large ditto,

114 116112 114 113 119 Crushed Lumps,

70

68
70 69

72 MOLASSES, British,

39 40 35 36 40 COFFEE, Jamaica, Ord. good, and fine ord. 86 93 86

92 81

89 Mid. good, and fine mid. 93 106 93 105 90 106 Dutch, Triage, and very ord. 72 82

74

82 Ord. good, and fine ord. 80 90

84

90 Mid. good, and fine mid. 92 104

92 St Domingo,

86 92 PIMENTO (in Bond),

83

9
8

9
SPIRITS, Jamaica Rum, 16 0.P. 3s 6d 3s 8d 3s 6d 3s 8d 3s 5d 3s 78
Brandy,

7 6 7 9 Geneva,

3 10 4 0 Grain Whisky,

70 7 3 WINES, Claret, 1st Growth, 45 50

hhd. Portugal Red, 40 45

pipe. Spanish White, 34 46

butt. Teneriffe, 30 35

pipe. Madeira,

60 70 Logwood, Jamaica, £7 £8 £7 10 £8 0 £8 10 £8 15

ton. Honduras,

9 8 0

9 0 9 10 Campeachy,

9 £9 10 8 0 90 9 10 10 10 FUSTIC, Jamaica,

8 10 0 8 10 9 0 11.0 14 0
Cuba,
14

116 10 17 10
INDIGO, Caraccas fine,
9s 6d Ils 6d 8s 6d Is 6d9s Od lls 6d

lb. TIMBER, American Pine, 1 11 2 1

2 2 2 3

foot. Ditto. Oak,

4 0 4 6 Christiansand (dutiespaid), 2 2 2 3 Honduras Mahogany, 0 11 1

1 0 10 1 8 1 0 St Domingo ditto,

1 2 3 0 2 0 2 6 TAR, American,

16

bil. Archangel, 19 20

19

20 PITCH, Foreign, 14

cwt. TALLOW, Russia Yellow Candle, 66 68 66

68 72 Home Melted,

68 HEMP, Riga Rhine,

£44
£45 £46 £45

ton. Petersburgh Clean,

42

44 FLAX, Riga Thies. and Druj. Rak. 68 Dutch,

50 120 Irish,

52

53 Mats, Archangel, £6 0 £6 6

100. BRISTLES, Petersburgh Firsts, 16 10 £17

cwt. Ashes, Petersburgh Pearl, 63s Montreal ditto,

64s 66s 623 635 658 - 675
50 52 47

48 48 OIL, Whale,

Uncertain. 47

48

tun. Cod, 55(p.brl.)

Uncertain TOBACCO, Virginia fine,

10 104 104 11 0 8 0 9 Ib. middling, 9 919 10 0 6

0 69 inferior, 8

8 8

9 0 5 COTTONS, Bowed Georgia,

1 8 1 93 1 7 1 10 Sea Island, fine,

2 6 2 8 2 6 2 8 good,

2 5 2 6 2 3 2 51 middling,

2 3 2 4

1 11 2 2 Demerara and Berbice,

1 10 2 0

1 10 2 21 West India,

1 10 2 0 9 1 10 Pernambuco,

2 1 2 2

2 20 Maranham,

2 0 2 1 1 2 0 2

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Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's-Guernsey or Jersey, 15s. 9d. Cork, Dublin, or Belfast, 15s. 9d. to 20s. Hamburgh, 12s. 6d. Madeira, 20s. to 25s. Jamaica, 40s. Greenland, out and home, 3. guineas.

Course of Exchange, September 12.-Amsterdam, 38 : 2 B. 2 Us. Agio of the Bank 2. Antwerp, 11 : 15. Hamburgh, 35: 2 : 2 Us. Paris, 24:40. Bourdeaux, 24: 60. Us. Frankfort 146. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Gibraltar, 32. Leghorn, 48. Genoa, 46%. Lisbon, 58. Rio Janeiro, 62. Dublin, 9. Cork, 9.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per 02. -Foreign gold, in bars, £4. New dollars, 5s. 1fd. Silver, in bars, stand. 55. 3d.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and

31st August 1817, extracted from the London Gazette. Ashmead, T. Bristol, haberdasher

Mitchell, J. Middlesex, brewer Bate, W. Birmingham, victualler

Mosley, J. O. and H. J. Keach, London, toy-manu Bourne, J. London, cheesemonger

facturers Byers, A. South Shields, and W. Byers, Mile-End, Meacock, R. Liverpool, ship-chandler ship-owners

Morgan, J. Taunton, linen-draper Best, J. Birmingham, pocket-book-maker

Mycock, H. Manchester, shopkeeper Bell, G. London, merchant

Mereweather, W. Aborfield, timber-merchant Betts, J. T. London, rectifying distiller

Northall, W. K. Wolverhampton, schoolmaster Booth, J. and E. Caunce, Chorly, Lancaster, spirit. Nichols, T. and J. Marlow, Birmingham, leatherdealer

sellers Cotell, J. North Wraxall, paper-maker

Perkins, J. Coventry, doctor of physic Coulter, J. Chatham, carpenter

Philips, A. & B. Lozer, London, merchants Cozens, W. Kensington, sinen-draper

Parker, W. Hawkesclough, Halifax, shoemaker Dauncey, J. Baltonsbury, Somerset, cattle-dealer Phillips, H. London, coffeehouse-keeper Davis, Č. London, cabinet-maker

Plackett, T. Breaston, Derby, butcher Day, W. New Kent Road, Surrey, plumber Powell, R. Carlisle, innkeeper Dowsett, S. Borehamwood, Herts, silkman

Rankine, D. and J. Wilson, Camden Town, mer. Diggles, G. London, money-scrivener

chants Daman, T. Teddington, farmer

Reeve and Leigh, London and Manchester, wareDonald, J. Abbot Lodge, Westmoreland, cattle housemen dealer

Richards, S. Liverpool, merchant, Eltonhead, J. Liverpool, spirit-merchant

Roberts, O. Alnwick, Anglesey, shopkeeper Francis, J. Hunsdon, corn-factor

Russel, D. Downham, victualler Frewing, J. Blackwater, Surrey, grocer

Reeks, w.jun. Wimborne-minster, tanner Frisby, R. Leicester, horse-dealer

Ripley, J. Lancaster, merchant Fustain, w. Liverpool, wholesale-grocer

Renton, M. London, saddler Fry, E. London, upholsterer

Salmon, J. Westbury, dealer Glasson, R. Skelton, Cumberland, butter-dealer Salter, J. Halberton, Devon, dealer Gompertz, H. Hampstead, merchant

Scholefield, N. and T. W. Kershaw, Greenwich, Goudie, J. Liverpool, ash-manufacturer

haberdashers Hanbury, C. &. W. London, distillers

Skyring, Z. London, builder Hazell, G. Saltford, victualler

Scott, W. Longtown, bacon-dealer Hannums, E. London, insurancc-broker

Shaw, S. London, merchant Holt, J. L. Manchester, dealer

Spink, H. St James's, Westminster, smith Humphreys, S. London, merchant

Shaw, R. H. Liverpool, merchant Hiscock, E. Abingdon, Berks, woollen-draper Taylor, G. Gorton, cotton-manufacturer Haynes, M. S. London, wine-dealer

Taylor, J. Credenhill, Hereford, shoemaker Hurdis, R. Oxford, cordwainer

Thompson, J. Atherston, linen-draper James, R. Bailth, Brecon, ironmonger

Taylor, J. Gosport, pawnbroker Johnston, T. Tynemouth, miller

Tory, E. Christ-church, Southampton, grocer Jackson, W. and W. Kelly, Shepton-Mallet, grocers Treharne, E. Llandarog,

dealer Kearney, P. Manchester, tailor

Tuckett, P. D. and W. Bristol, wholesale grocers Lewis, E. Llanbister, Radnor, farmer

Warner, J. Great Wigston, lime and coal-merchant Linder, R. London, ship and insurance broker Wetton, B. Manchester, tailor Lewarn, W. Taunton, carpenter

Wise, W. Bath, bookseller Lakeman, D. H. Liverpool, merchant

Walduck, H. London, chcesemonger Mallins, J. Oxford, dealer

Wolstencroft, J. Lancaster, brewer
Mayor, J. London, merchant

Weale, W. Birmingham, brazier
Mann, J. H. Aveton-Gifford, cider-merchant Withers, J. Bristol, hat-manufacturer
Mann, J. senior, Templesowerby, tanner

Yeo, R. Bristol, hat-manufacturer

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and

31st August 1817, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. SEQUESTRATION.

Currie, J. Arbroath, merchant; by James Walker, Brown, W. jun. Edinburgh, merchant

merchant there, 15th September Ferguson, P. jun. Glasgow, slater

Cobb, J. Pitcarles, cattle-dealer; by J. Milne, in Guthrie, P. Edinburgh, spirit and porter-dealer Warby's Inn, Bervie, 13th September Gillan, J. Peterhead, merchant and iron-founder Crombie, H. & Co. Glasgow, merchants; by A. Henderson, D. Linlithgow, merchant

Lawson, St Andrew's Square there, 19th SepJohnston, G. Annan, apothecary

tember Leitch, W. Glasgow, merchant

Gladstone, H. Leith, merchant; by T. Thomson, Murray, M. Billiehill, sheep-dealer

Edinburgh Glasshouses, Leith, 20 September M‘Intosh, L. Tain, draper

Kennedy, W. Annan, linen-draper ; by James RuM‘Master, E. Traigh of Moror, cattle-dealer

therford, accountant there, 20th September Oliver, P. New Castletown, merchant

Reid, J. Glasgow, cabinet-maker; by A. Lawson, Reid, J. Thurso, writer, cattle-dealer, &c.

St Andrew's Square there, 24th September
Ross, J. Inverness, coal and wood-merchant Swanston, J. & Co. Glasgow, merchants; by Jas

Ewing, merchant there, 10th October
DIVIDENDS.

Wlıyte, D. of Blair, cattle-dealer, &c.; by Wm Armstrong, R. Greenock, merchant; by W. Fer Ferguson, Maybole, 3d September

guson, 78, Trongate, Glasgow, 17th September

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTIS.

MARRIAGES.

At Castle Guthrie, the lady of Thomas July 31. At Camis-Eskan, Mrs Dennis Mylne, Esq. of Mylnefield, of a son.-25. toun of Colgrain, of a daughter.

At Duric, the lady of C. M. Christie, Esq. 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. a son.Mrs H. Kemble, wife of Mr H. Sept. 1. At Dean Bank, Mrs Captain Kemble, of the Brighton theatre, of a son. Roy, of a daughter. 4. The lady of Dr Campbell, surgeon, Lately.- At Linslade-house, the Right No 4, Union Street, Edinburgh, of a son. Hon. Lady Jane Pym, of a daughter.6. At the West Kirk manse, Edinburgh, At London, the lady of James Alexander, Mrs Dickson, of a son.-9. At Fisherrow, Esq. M.P. of a daughter. Mrs Alex. Vernor, of a daughter. ll. At 29, Northumberland Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Jas Grahame, of a daughter.-12. At July 13. At St Petersburgh, the ArchHewton, near Jedburgh, Mrs Hogarth, of a duke Nicholas of Russia to the Princess son. At London, the lady of Count Jules Charlotte of Prussia.-24. At Edinburgh, de l'olignac, of a son.-13. Mrs Robertson, Mr William Nivison, bookseller, to Mary, Hope Street, Leith Walk, of a son.-15. At daughter of Mr John Richmond, nursery Framlingham, Norfolk, Mrs Rigby, of four and seedsman, Annan. children, three boys and a girl. Mrs Rigby August 2. At Limerick, J. F. Hamilton, is as well as is usual so soon after child-birth: Esq. of Westport, to the Hon. Georgina the children are all alive and quite hearty. Vereker, second daughter of the Right Before the birth of these little ones, Dr Hon. Lord Viscount Gort.-4. At KettleRigby was the father, by his present wife, house, Fifeshire, Robert Ballingall, Esq. 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 Dundee, event, there are circumstances which render Alexander Ramsay, M. D. to Miss Jean it peculiarly so. Dr Rigby is a great-grand- Blair, daughter of David Blair, Esq. of father, and probably never before were born, Cookstone.-6. At Haddington, James Ferat one birth, three great-uncles and a great- guson, Esq. of Kinmundy, to Emily, daughaunt-such being the relationship between ter of the Rev. Robert Chalmers, Haddingthe above-mentioned parties and the infant ton. At Edinburgh, Mr Hugh Handyside, son of Mr John Bawtree, jun. of Colchester. St Patrick Square, to Isabella, daughter of -17. At Caverhills, the lady of James the late Peter Martin, Esq. Belleville. At Burnet, younger of Barns, of a son.-20. Edinburgh, Mr Henry Spears, Auchtertool, Lady Dunbar of Boath, of a daughter. to Elizabeth, daughter of the late William 22. At Rochsoles-house, the lady of Lieut.- Dawson, Esq. of Craden.-7. At Şanda. Colonel Gerard of Rochsoles, of a daughter. house, Lieutenant-Colonel James Fullarton, --24. In George's Square, Edinburgh, Mrs C. B. rifle brigade, son of the late Lewis Folliott Baugh, of a daughter. At Edin- Fullarton, Esq. . of Kilmielael, to Jean burgh, Mrs Maitland of Eccles, of a son. Johnston, daughter of Colin MacLarty

DEATHS.

Esq. M. D. of Chester Vale, Jamaica.- supervisor of excise...At Grange-house,
At Edinburgh, the Rev. William Robert- George Thorburn, Esq. merchant, Leith,
son, minister of Laggan, to Margaret, eld to Anne, daughter of Robert Forrester,
est daughter of James Robertson, Esq. Esq. treasurer, Bank of Scotland.-27. At
W. S.-8. At Edinburgh, John Gairdner, East Comrage, near Fort George, Kenneth
Esq. M. D. Fellow of the Royal College of Mackenzie, Esq. of Dundonnell, to Isabella
Surgeons, to Susanna, daughter of William Colina, daughter of James Roy, Esq. sur-
Tennant, Esq. merchant there.-.-9. At geon to the forces.
Edinburgh, Alexander Cadenhead, Esq. Lately-At Edinburgh, John Laidlaw,
advocate, Aberdeen, to Jane daughter of Esq. late of the 61st regiment, to Catherine,
Dr Sherrifs.-11. At North Berwick, Fran- second daughter of the late Mr Denham,
cis James Adam, Esq. youngest son of the writer.
Right Hon. the Lord Chief Commissioner
Adam, to Mary, daughter of his Excellency
General Poltaranzky.-At Stranraer, Colo Jan. 25. At Meerut, East Indies, Mrs
nel, M.Nair, 90th regiment of foot, to Anne, Bruton, wife of Major Bruton of his Ma.
only daughter of William Ross, Esq. col- jesty's 8th light dragoons.-31. At Kytah,
lector of his Majesty's customs there.-At Bundelkund, East Indies, Capt. Alexander
Claret, James Dunlop, Esq. distiller, Un- Tod, of the 1st battalian 26th regiment
derwood, to Janet, eldest daughter of John Bengal native infantry, aged 36, eldest son
Russell, Esq.-12. At Middleton, Linlith- of Mr Robert Tod, farmer, Tipperty, Banff-
gowshire, Alexander Norman Macleod, shire.
Esq. of Harris, to Richmond Margaret, February. At Ceylon, William Orr, Esq.
second daughter of William Inglis, Esq. of the civil service there, eldest son of the
14. At Edinburgh, the Rev. John Muir, late Patrick Orr, Esq. of Bridgeton.
minister of St Vigean's, to Grace, daughter March 18. At Madras, George Hay, Esq.
of the late Mr James Watson, painter in June 20. At Charlestown, South Caro.
Edinburgh.-15. At Juniperbank, Mr John lina, Mr John Bonthron, merchant there,
Turnbull, merchant, Selkirk, to Isabel, son of the late Mr James Bonthron, builder
daughter of Mr John Thorburn, Juniper- in Edinburgh.-30. At Athens, aged 24,
bank.-At Edinburgh, George Turnbull of of a fever, occasioned by fatigue in the too
St Bathan's, Esq. W. S. to Grace, youngest ardent pursuit of knowledge, and rendered
daughter of the late James Brunton of fatal by the extreme heat of the climate,
Lugton Bridgend, Esq.-16. At Morland, Benjamin Gott, jun. second son of Benjamin
near Shap, Westmoreland, Mr Thomas Gott, Esq. of Leeds.
Mounsey, Cetra Park, farmer, to Miss July 1. At Hastings, Thomas Cockburn
Atkinson, only daughter of Mr Thomas Stothert of Blaiket, Esq. advocate. 6. At
Atkinson, yeoman, of Sandriggs, near Great Jersey, Mrs Home, widow of Major James
Strickland. The bride is heir to property Home of the East India Company's service.
not less than twenty thousand pounds, and -22. At Edinburgh, Mrs Young.-23.
has been brought up with the most exact The Rev. Thomas Bain, rector of the aca-
economy, and exclusively employed in the demy of Fortrose.--At Aberdeen, Lieut.
dairy.-18. At Strathenry, Andrew Cle- Ogle Moore, R. N. in the 34th year of his
phane, Esq. advocate, to Anna Maria, se age.-24. At Hodsack Priory, Yorkshire,
cond daughter of Robert Douglas, Esq. late Lieutenant-Colonel Mellish, equerry to the
lieutenant-colonel 58th regiment of foot.-- Prince Regent, a gentleman of great cele-
At Edinburgh, James Bridges, Esq. W. S. brity on the turf.-26. At Glasgow, the
to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Rev. William Thomson, minister of Ochil.
Lieutenant-Colonel Macdonald, of the royal trie.- At Dollerie, Miss Oliphant of Con-
marines.-19. At Glasgow, John Green. die.-29. At his house, Abercrombie Place,
shields, Esq. late of Quebec, to Miss Mar- Edinburgh, John Tait, Esq. W. S.-30.
garet Inglis Dale, eldest daughter of James At London, Major William Shairp, of the
Dale, Esq. merchant. At Inverary, Capt. royal marines.-At Edinburgh, at the age
Donald Campbell, royal navy, to Ísabella, of 74, Mr James Swan, hair-dresser. His
daughter of John Campbell, Esq. of Craig- funeral was attended by two of his custom-
nure..At St John's, Newfoundland, Mr ers, on whom he had been in the habit of
James Fergus, merchant, to Mrs Eliza waiting regularly every day for upwards of
Boucher.-20. At Edinburgh, Gavin Al. 35 years.
ston, Esq. W. S. to Jane Thomson, only August 1. At his house, Rodney Build.
daughter of Captain Thomson, royal navý. ings, New Kent Road, London, in the 69th
-21. At Eglinton Castle, Richard A. Os- year of his age, Alexander Murray Shields,
wald, Esq. of Auchencruive, to the Right Esq. of Lloyd's Coffeehouse. --At Arthur-
Hon. Lady Lilias MʻQueen. At Montrose, stone, Colonel Duncan MacPherson of
William Mowbray, Esq. merchant in Leith, Cluny.-At his seat at St Catherine's, near
to Miss M, M. Chalmers, eldest daughter Dublin, in the 88th year of his age, the
of the Rev. William Chalmers of Auchter Right Hon. David Latouche, many years
gavon.-26. At Edinburgh, the Rev. Walter one of his Majesty's Privy Council, and for
Dunlop, Dumfries, to Miss Janet M‘Lean, 40 years a member of the Parliament of
daughter of the late Daniel M‘Lean, Esq. Ireland. He was the senior partner in the

great banking-house of Latouche & Co. Balnespick.-12. At St Andrews, of a rapid
Dublin, long celebrated in every part of the decline, the consequence of a ruptured blood-
British empire for probity, honour, and vessel in the lungs, Jane Ann, fourth'daugh-
solidity. 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, Bed-
was 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 Bruntsfield 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 Margarate 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 la- decline, the Right Hon. Frances Lady
mented by his family and friends.—3. At Redesdale, in her 51st year. Her lady-
Knockbain, 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 Mill-hill, Mussel-
burgh, John Gillespie, Esq. of Sunnyside burgh, Charles Stewart, Esq. formerly com-
Lodge, Lanarkshire.--At his house in Gil. mander of the Hon. East India Company's
more Place, Edinburgh, Mr James M'Cliesh, ship Airly Castle.--At his house in Buc-
late 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 good-
son, 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 Cartmore.At Edinburgh, Mrs Ann fessional talents, as a singer and 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. At
well known for the last fifty years in the Edinburgh, Mr_Adam Brooks, merchant
counties of York and Lincoln, and uni- there.-26. At Burntfield 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 navy.
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 Balsarroch.
all his male relations; and, according to Lately--At Nassau, New Providence,
his own calculation, he had walked nearly the Rev. John Stephen, L.L.D. rector of
twice round the globe.-9. At Williamfield, Christ Church, and chaplain to his Majesty's
Mr David Wardrobe Chrystal, writer in forces in the Bahama Islands.-At Balla-
Stirling, 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 Berkeley country, Mr Benjamin Brown, hospital
Street, London, Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. assistant to the forces. At Oxcomb, Lin-
William Grey, fourth son of the late, and colnshire, aged 47, Mr W. Grant, grazier.
brother to the present, Earl Grey.ll. At He has left property to the amount of
Cheltenham, William Mackintosh, Esq. of £100,000.

Of her pro-

Oliver & Boyd, Printers, Edinburgh.

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