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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGlish BankruPTS, announced between the 24th of extracted from the London Gazette.
March and the 21st of April 1826;
Abbott, R. S. I. Skinner-street, Snow-hill, bootmaker
Andrews, R. Kingsbury-green, Middlesex, victual
Ansley, J. Little Distaff-lane, London, merchant Archer, W. Hertford, oilman
Ashton, E. Ashill, Somersetshire, butter-factor Aston, W. Toll-end, Tipton, Staffordshire, iron
Bache, C. West, Bromwich, Staffordshire, ironbedstead-maker
Backler, H. Walworth, and T. W. Blyth, Cromerstreet, Gray's-inn-lane, builders Barrett, W. L. Shepherd's-bush, Middlesex, housepainter
Barter, J. and H. Poole, timber-merchants Barns, C. T. C. Brightelmstone, Sussex, stablekeeper
Barns, J. R. Bristol, wheelwright
Bath, J. Cheltenham, silversmith
Baxter, R. Hoghton, Lancashire, cotton-spinner Bayley, W. Macclesfield, Cheshire, silk-throwster Bell, S. and W. Davis, Sambrook-court, Basinghall-street, factors
Bell, W. Fenchurch-street, London, merchant' Bently, H. and J. Fogg, Eccles, Lancashire, bleach
Birch, J. junior, Manchester, merchant
Blanshard, G. Manchester, corn-factor
Black, J. Chapel-place, Oxford street, London, merchant
Bloor, J. Wheelock, Cheshire, silk-throwster
Booker, T. Warrington, Lancashire, timber-merchant
Borrocks, W. Liverpool, corn-dealer
Bowley, J. Bridges-street, Covent-garden, auctioneer
Boys, T. Ludgate-hill, bookseller
Boyson, A. Nelson-square, commission-agent
Bremner, J. W. Yates and A. Smith, Manchester, merchants
Briggs, T. A. Bloomsgrove, Radford, Nottingham-shire, lace-manufacturers Brown, J. Liverpool, merchant
Browne, O. E. Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, clothmanufacturer
Brown, J. and C. Belson, High Wycombe, Bucks, drapers
Broughton, F. W. Bedford-row, London, moneyscrivener
Brown, H. H. Winchester-house, Old Broad
Buckley, B. R. and J. Manchester, cotton-spinners Burwash, T. Bishopsgate-street-without, pawn
Coleman, T. Highwood, Herefordshire, and E. Williams, Ludlow, Shropshire, bankers Colledge, T. Killesby, Northamptonshire, cattle
Cook, C. junior, Wootton-under-edge, Gloucestershire, victualler
Cook, W. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, merchant
Congreve, H. and R. Hill, jun., Wood-street,
Correy, J. S. Fletcher, and P. Correy, Leeds, cornmillers
Corrie, W. and E. Liverpool, brokers
Cox, E. H. J. Downes, and B. Thorpe, Kingstonupon-Hull, merchants
Cruickshanks, J. Fleet-street, London, commission-agent
Cullimore, J. Castle-court, Budge-row, Irish provision-agent
Curtoys, C. L. Braxbourne mills, Hertfordshire, miller
Curwen, J. J. Great Eastcheap, tea broker
Curtis, J. Birmingham, chandler
Curtis, J. Hounslow, Middlesex, dealer and chap.
Dale, G. and R. Walton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, ship-broker
Dalrymple, C. Old Broad-street, merchant
Darby, T. and J. Birmingham, dry-salters
Dix, S. Cheltenham, grocer
Drew, T. Exeter, linen-draper
Easterley, J. Fenchurch-street, ship-owner Edmonson, J. Keighly, Yorkshire, worsted-manufacturer
Edwards, J. Brightelmstone, Sussex, boot-maker Ellis, T. and J. Blackman-street, Southwark Embden, H. D. Park-lane, Islington, dealer Escolt, I. M. Liverpool, merchant
Evans, S. Ryeford-mill, Glos'tershire, clothier Ewbank, J. Loughborough, Leicestershire, linendraper
Farmer, J. Brampton, Bryan, Herefordshire, dealer in cattle
Farror, J. Birmingham, wine-merchant
Foster, T. Maidenhead, Berkshire, draper
French, R. Cromer-street, Gray's-inn-lane-road, baker
Fryar, H. Sunderland, near the sea, Durham, coal-fitter
Gelson, T. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, victualler
Goodwin, J. Bristol, coal-merchant
Goodeve, J. senior, Devonport, Devon, grocer
Graham, W. Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, upholsterer
Grenup, W. senior, Eccleston, Lancashire, coalproprietor
Greenwood, R. Dewsbury, Yorkshire, and J. Hamerton, Wakefield, finen-drapers
Gresham, G. Kingston-upon-Hull, cloth-merchant
Hamer, H. Liverpool, wine-merchant
Harper, T. and E. Ystradgunlais, Brecon, dealers
Harries, J. Narberth, Pembrokeshire, draper
Haworth, J. Manchester, glue and varnish-manufacturer
Hendricks, H. Throgmorton-street, merchant Henderson, W. Warwick-row, Blackfriars, oilman Henry, A. Haydon-square, Minories, merchant Hewsod, J. and J. Stewart, Manchester, silk-manufacturers
Hickson, C. Addle-street, Wood-street, woollendraper
Hill, W. Worcester, bootmaker
Holyer, W. G. Woodchurch, Kent, butcher
Hunt, J. Oxford, chemist
Hutchins, N. B. St. James's-street, china and glass-
Ingham, J. Bradford, Yorkshire, silk-mercer
Jackson, T. and R. Shaw, Kings Lynn, Norfolk,
Jackson, W. Deighton, Yorkshire, woollen-cord-
Jackson, M. Cheltenham, dealer
Jenkins, T. Castle-street, Finsbury, timber-mer-
Johnson, S. Watling-street, London, painter and
Jones, J. Liverpool, hatter
Jones, W. New Bond-street, linen-draper
Kent, J. K. Chelmsford, Essex, surveyor
King, W. and E. Lower Thames-street, cheese-
King, C. Lewisham, Kent, miller
Land, T. Leeds, flax-spinner
Lankester, R. Cheapside, warehouseman
Lees, G. Hebden-bridge, Yorkshire, cotton-manu-
Leeming, R. and T. Tatlock, T. Great Winchester-street, silk-brokers
Lee, J. Leeds, brewer
Leigh, J. Pinner's-hall-court, London, merchant
M'Beath, A. Ryder's-court, Leicester-square,
M'Dowall, J. Regent-street, Piccadilly, boot
Macfarlan, J. George-street, Hanover-square,
Manton, J. Hanover-square, gun-maker
Mearmain, J. B. Newport, Isle of White, mercer
Mills, T. and C. Spencer-street, Northampton
Mills, G. A. Everett-street, grocer
Mills, T. Spencer-street, Northampton, carpenter
Moody, J. Trowbridge, Wiltshire, cheesefactor
Mowatt, T. Thornbury, Gloucestershire, grocer
Neal, T. E. and T. junior, Basinghall-street, cloth-
Neestrip, T. Cateaton-street, Cheapside, ware-
Nelson, W. Manchester, timber-merchant
Pareira, R. Hatton-wall, Hatton-garden, cabinet-
Pearse, W. H. Basinghall-street, London, cloth-
Pearson, W., W. H. and J. London, ironmongers
Pittis, F. Newport, Isle of Wight, auctioneer
Pool, J. Brent Eleigh, Suffolk, brewer
Ratcliffe, S. Mellor, Derbyshire, cotton-spinner
Roach, J. Fordingbridge, Southampton, linen. draper
Robinson, P. Littledean, Gloucestershire, maltster
Roy, F. Von, Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant
Schofield, J. Barnsley, Yorkshire, linen-cloth-
Schwieger, G. E., F. and J. Buchanan, of Modi-
Shaw, S. senior, Manchester, merchant
Shaw, S. junior, and T. Bateman, Manchester, small-ware manufacturers
Shotter, J. S. Shoreditch, cheesemonger
Silvey, R., and G. Sanderson of Norwich, bombazine-manufacturers
Smith, T. Whiston, Eaves, and J. Locker, Han-
Smith, R. Eashing, Surrey, paper-maker
Starling, S. Poole, hatter
Stein, R. and A. H. Sim, Tower-Brewer, Towerhill, brewers
Stephens, A. G. Wandsworth, baker
Stonard, J. Millbrook, Southampton, florist.
Stock, J. Bristol, coal-merchant
Taylor, C. Fleet-street, bookseller
Taylor, J. N. Cateaton-street, dealer
Taylor, T. Marple Bridge, Derbyshire, victualler
Taylor, J. Nottingham, boot-maker
Treble, J. Pembroke, wine-merchant
Turner, M. T. London Wall, merchant
Underdown, J. Ramsgate, Kent, blacksmith
Walker, I. Hounslow-Barracks, dealer
Webb, J. and E. Beckinsale, Copthall-buildings,
Webster, G. Liverpool, merchant
Weston, R. Fore-street, Cripplegate, warehouseman and draper
Wetherell, J. Litchfield-street, St. Anne, Westminster, bricklayer
Wheatley, J. Moorcroft, Staffordshire, dealer
White, E. Birmingham, grocer
Wilks, J. and J. Wilks, junior, Sowerby, York-
Williams, T. W. Northwich, Cheshire, banker Wilde, J. Hustead's-mills, Yorkshire, woollencloth-manufacturer
Williams, W. H. Bernard-street, Russell-square,
Wilson, J. Cock-brook-mill, Ashton-under-Lyne,
Winser, E. Tenterden, Kent, grocer
Wood, T. Horncastle, Lincolnshire, tailor and
Wood, W. Botolph-lane, fruit-broker
Wood, D. H. Dean-street, London, coach-maker
ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced April 1826; extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Aitken, George, writer and corn-merchant, CuparFife
Andrew, James, junior, and Co. carpet-manufac
turers in Kilmarnock
Angus, John, lately flesher in Edinburgh
Buchanan, Alexander and Son, brewers at St.
Charters, William, merchant in Glasgow Cormack and Clyne, builders, Stockbridge, near Edinburgh
Cowan, William, distiller at Chartershall, Stirlingshire
Dennistoun, Richard, merchant in Glasgow
Findlay, James and Alexander, spirit-dealers in
Findlay, Duff, and Co. merchants in Glasgow
Glass, Thomas, carter and builder in Glasgow
Gray, William, junior, and Co. grocers and spiritdealers in Kirkintilloch
Hart, Henry, plumber and glazier, Leith Walk,
Hart, James, manufacturer in Paisley
Houstoun, Robert, and Co. agents and ship-bro
kers in Glasgow
Jardine, William, merchant-tailor in Glasgow Kerr, Charles, and Co. manufacturers in Glasgow Kilgour and Paterson, paper-makers at Balerno,
near Currie, and at Loch Mill, Linlithgow M'Eachern, John, merchant in Campbeltoun Mackie, Archibald, coalmaster, spirit-dealer, and merchant in Glasgow
M'Lellan, James, manufacturer in Paisley Morrison, Colin, spirit-dealer in Edinburgh, lately distiller at Ratho
Niven, Robert Balfour, merchant, and soap-maker in Glasgow
Paxton, Henry and Joseph, wholesale-glovers and lacemen, Edinburgh
Park, Thomas, grain-dealer and victualler in
Park, James, merchant in Glasgow
Reid and Johns, callenderers in Glasgow
Robertson, Archibald, distiller and dealer in spirits at Denny
Robertson, Duncan, merchant in Dunfermline Rollo, Sylvester, and Co. late merchants in Glasgow
Russell, James, and Company, merchants in Glasgow
Shireff, Robert, junior, merchant in Edinburgh Skeen, Lawrence, ship-owner in Leith
Smith, John, and Co. power-loom cloth manufac turers, Tradestoun of Glasgow
Stewart, William, cattle-dealer, Greenhill, parish of Cambuslang, Lanarkshire
Steven, Thomas, general-merchant and commission-agent in Edinburgh
Stevenson, Robert, wine and spirit-merchant in
Steven, David, ironmonger in Aberdeen
in Dundee and Perth
Torry, Archibald, merchant in Edinburgh
Wilson, William, horse-dealer and merchant,
Wright, James, merchant at Kepp, Stirlingshire Yuill, Gavin, baker, and grain-dealer in Hamilton
Barber, Henry, brewer, and wine and spirit-merchant in Castle Douglas; by Sinclair and Gillespie, writers there
Ferguson, Alexander, junior, sheep and cattledealer at Corriden; by W. Wedderspoon, writer in Perth
Gibson, Thomas, mason and builder in Perth: by Robert Greig, merchant there Hosie, Andrew, merchant in Glasgow; by W. Scott Moncrieff, accountant in Edinburgh Hunters, Rainey and Morton, merchants in Glasgow; by Dugald Bannatyne, merchant there M'Guffie, Archibald, sometime merchant in
Greenock; by M'Nair and Linton, writers there
Stevenson, John, and Co. dyers, printers, and merchants in Glasgow; by James Grieve, writer there
JOHN BRUCE ESQ.
John Bruce, Esq. of Grangehill and Falkland, died at his seat of Nuthill, in the county of Fife, on Sunday the 16th of April, in the 82d year of his very active life. He was the heir-male and undoubted representative of the ancient family of Bruce of Earlshall, one of the oldest cadets of the illustrious house of Bruce; but he did not succeed to the estate of his ancestors, which was transferred by marriage into another family. He inherited, from his father, only the small property of Grangehill, near Kinghorn, the remains of a largar estate, which his family acquired by marriage with a grand-daughter of the renowned Kirkcaldy of Grange.
Mr Bruce received a liberal education at the University of Edinburgh, where he was early distinguished for his abilities and extensive erudition; the consequence of which was, that, at an early age, he was appointed Professor of Logic in that University. He rescued that science from the trammels of the Aristotelian School, and the syllogistic forms of arguing and teaching, and his lectures, particularly on pneumatology, were much celebrated. At the same time, during the
absence of Dr Adam Fergusson, he was prevailed on, at very short notice, to teach his class of moral philosophy, and, during the greatest part of that winter, besides revising and often recasting his own lectures, he actually composed in the evening the lecture which he was to deliver in the class next forenoon. Soon after this, he resigned his chair in the University, having, through the interest of the late Lord Melville, to whose family he was distantly related, received a grant of the reversion, along with the late Sir James Hunter Blair, of the patent of King's Printer and Stationer for Scotland, an office, however, which did not open to them for fifteen or sixteen years.
Lord Melville was well aware of Mr Bruce's abilities, and duly appreciated them, and, in order to give the public the advantage of them, he procured for him the offices of Keeper of the State-Paper Office and Historiographer to the East-India Company. Mr Bruce was also for a short time Secretary to the Board of Control, and sat in Parliament for some years. In these various offices he was not idle. The place of Keeper of the State-Paper Office had been made by his predecessors very much of a sinecure, the conse
quence of which was, that the valuable papers therein deposited were in the greatest confusion; but, by his indefatigable exertions, and methodical arrangements, the whole were soon brought into the greatest order, so as to be available to the different departments of the Government, whose chiefs had occasion to refer to them.
Mr Bruce was the author of several valuable works, some of which, though printed by Government, were not published for sale, and therefore are not so extensively known as they deserve; and it is believed that he has left in manuscript, at the State-Paper Office, several memoirs in re lation to that department. His printed works are, Elements of Ethics, being the Heads of his Lectures on Moral Philosophy; Plans for the Government of British India; Report on the Renewal of the East-India Company's exclusive Privileges, 1794; Report on the Internal Defence of England against the Spanish Armada in 1588, with a view to the Defence of Britain in 1796, on which Mr Pitt grounded his measures of the Provisional Cavalry and Army of Reserve; Report on the Union between England and Scotland, with a view to the projected Union with Ireland; Annals of the East-India Company.
Mr Bruce, when a young man attending the University of Edinburgh, was one of six distinguished individuals, who, in 1764, founded the Speculative Society, of whom he was the last survivor.
During the latter years of his life, he spent se veral months at his seat of Nuthill; on which estate, and his extensive purchases of Falkland and Myres, he was carrying on improvements on a most extended and liberal scale, giving employment to great numbers of tradesmen and labourers of all descriptions. He also laid out a large sum in repairing what remains of the Palace of Falkland, so as to preserve, for centuries to come, that relick of royalty in Scotland. In short, he entered on the profession of a country gentleman with the same ardour and ability which he displayed in the various other situations which he filled; and his death will be deeply lamented by those friends who enjoyed his society, and had opportunities of appreciating his highly-cultivated understanding, as well as by the inhabitants on his estate, to whose wants and comforts he so materially contributed.
THE LAST MOMENTS OF DAVID, THE PAINTER.
David died at Brussels, on the 29th of December 1825, at a quarter before ten o'clock in the morning. On the 19th, he went to the theatre to see Tartuffe, and remained during the whole performance. This imprudence was fatal. From that moment disorder triumphed. He was almost always delirious; but whether in possession or not of his faculties, his conversation, his gestures, his motions, all related to the arts. One of his pupils, an eminent painter, called to see him two days before his death. David gave him some advice respecting a picture he was about. The energy with which he made his observations fatigued him, and his voice became so feeble, that he found it impossible to speak any longer; but he continued to express, by the position of his body and by the movement of his hands, his opinion with regard to one of the figures in the picture. On the day after, a proof was brought to him of the engraving after his Leonidas, by M. Langier. This roused him from a kind of lethargy into which he had sunk. "It is well,' he remarked;" bring it nearer to me, for my sight is already so weak!" After having examined it, he ordered it to be pinned against a wall op. posite to him, and his arm-chair to be wheeled towards it. Then, rallying the little strength which he retained, he pointed out, with the end of his stick, the parts which he thought deserving of remark. Gradually he became animated; his criticisms were very important, and full of taste; he resorted to the fively and picturesque expres sions of all men of genius, who speak of an art in which they excel; and even asked for a crayon, in order to touch several figures which he thought the graver had not sufficiently kept down. His friends and his children entreated him to tire himself no more on the subject, but to take some rest. He yielded to their wishes, and from that moment he never spoke. His funeral was cele brated with great pomp, and was attended by a crowd of the most eminent men in Brussels, and by deputations from Ghent, Bruges, and other towns. David's pencils and palette were laid on the coffin, as well as his costume as a member of the Institute, and his cross of the Legion of Ho
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
1825. Nov. 1. At Madras, the Lady of Capt. J. Chisholm, of the artillery, Hon. East-India Company's service, a son.
1826. Jan. At Spanish Town, Jamaica, the widow of Alex. Deans, Esq. Master in Chancery there, a son.
2. At Macknie, the Lady of Dr Innes, Four Paths, Clarendon, Jamaica, a son.
March. At Malta, the Lady of William Filder, Esq. Deputy-Commissary-General, a daughter. 18. At Netherton House, the Countess of Stirling, a son.
20. At Shelburn Bank, the Lady of Lieut. Forrest, R. N. a daughter.
At Knoxland, Dumbarton, Mrs Jaffray, a son. 21. At Wartnaby House, Melton Moubray, the Honourable Mrs Davidson, of Tulloch, a daugh
22. At Cupar Fife, Mrs John Shaw, a daughter. 29. In Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, the Lady of Sir John Gordon, of Earlston, Bart. a son. 50. At 5, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, the Honourable Lady Fergusson, a son.
- At Friar Bank, Jedburgh, the Lady of James Grant, M.D. a son.
-At Portobello, the Lady of Donald Charles Cameron, Esq. a son.
-At Belmount Place, Kelso, Mrs Jerdan, a son. April 1. In York-Street, Portman Square, London, the Lady of Dr Clarke, Physician to the Forces, a daughter.
2. At 6, Bellevue Crescent, Edinburgh, the Lady of Captain J. H. Tait, R. N. a daughter. -At Kemnay House, Mrs Burnett, a son -At Inverugie, near Elgin, Mrs Stuart, a on
3. At Jedburgh, Mrs Ninian Douglas, a daughter. At No. 62, Great King-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Graham, a daughter.
5. At Westham, the Lady of James Webster, Esq. of Balmure, Forfarshire, a son.
At Bankend, Carlaverock, Mrs Nicholson, a
At Balgownie, Mrs Forbes, a daughter. -At Dee-Street, Aberdeen, the Lady of Captain John Shepherd, of the H. C. S. a son.
7. Mrs Johnston, 2, Minto-Street, Newington, Edinburgh, a daughter.
8. At Kentish Town, near London, Mrs James Block, a daughter.
-in London, the Lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Plenderleath, a son.
-In Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, the Lady of Captain Cunningham Dalyel, R. N. a son. - Mrs Christie, Rosemount, a daughter. 10. At Logie, (the seat of John Kinloch, Esq. of Kilrie) the Lady of the Hon. Donald Ogilvy of Clova, a son.
12. Mrs Haldane, 16, George-street, Edinburgh, a daughter.
13. At Dublin, the Lady of Robert Magee, Esq. a daughter.
16. At Brighton, the Lady of John Gibson Lockhart, Esq. a son.
17. At Farme, the Lady of James Farie, jan. Esq. a daughter.
At Foulden Manse, Mrs Alex. Christison, a
18. At Kelso, Mrs George Main, a daughter. 19. At St. Anthony's Place, Leith, Mrs William Wyld, a daughter.
April 21. At Queensferry, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Dimma, a son.
22. At Malta Terrace, Edinburgh, Mrs Somervell, a son.
23. At Logie, near Forres, the Lady of Charles Halkett Craigie, Esq. of Dumbarnie, a daughter. 21. At Edinburgh, the Lady of Robert Baillie, Esq. of Culterallers, a son.
Lately. At Mill-hill House, Billericay, Essex, the Lady of Colonel C. Bruce, C. B., a son.
1825. Nov. 24. At Coel, Bengal, Donald Æneas Mackay, Esq. First Lieutenant Bengal artillery, to Agnes Anne, fourth daughter of William Spottiswoode, Esq. Clayquhat, Perthshire.
1826. March 6. At Knockdolean, Mr Thomas Murray, surgeon, Colmonell, to Miss Mary, fourth daughter of Robert M'Ilwraith, Esq. of Auchenflower, Ballantrae.
18. At Stoke Courcey, Somerset, the Rev. James A. Stewart, B.A., late of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Henry Sweeting, Esq. of Sherbon.
23. At Norman Lockhart's, Esq. York Place, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Dr Lee, John Dinwoodie, Esq. to Winifred Jane, eldest daughter of Colonel Archibald M'Murdo, Dumfries.
27. At Maryfield, Mr Robert Johnston, merchant, Glasgow, to Eliza Walker, eldest daughter of James Johnston, Esq. Glasgow.
- At Edinburgh, Andrew Buchanan, Esq. youngest son of David Carrick Buchanan, Esq. of Drumpellier and Mount Vernon, to Miss Bethia Hamilton Ramsay, youngest daughter of the late William Ramsay, Esq. banker, Edinburgh.
-At Catherine Bank House, Arthur Craigie, Esq. merchant in Leith, to Susanna, daughter of the Rev. Dr Ireland, minister of North Leith.
28. At Glasgow, James Home, Esq. of Linhouse, to Miss M'Naught, daughter of John M'Naught, Esq.
Lieutenant A. Barclay, R. N., Oakwood Cottage, to Ann, daughter of Mr Henry Daun, farmer, Kirkton of Echt.
29. At Comely Gardens, William Mitchell. Esq. of the Commercial Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh, to Lillias, eldest daughter of the late David Cross, Esq. Pilrig Street.
At Auchteraw, the Rev. John Macintyre, minister of Fort Augustus, to Eliza, eldest daugh ter of Thomas Clark, Esq. Auchteraw.
30. At Dunse, the Rev. John Birrell, one of the ministers of Cupar, in Fife, to Isabella, fourth daughter of the late John Turnbull, Esq. of Abbey St. Bathans.
At Newliston House, Patrick Fraser Tytler, Esq. advocate, to Miss Rachel Elizabeth Hog, third daughter of Thos. Hog of Newliston, Esq. April 1. At Liverpool, Richard Benson, Esq. of Fathom Park, county Armagh, Ireland, to Agnes, eldest daughter of the Rev. James Gray, chaplain in the Hon. East India Company's service, Bombay, late of the High School, Edinburgh.
3. At Edinburgh, Capt. Cumming, Lessendrum House, Aberdeenshire, to Miss Lane, daughter of the late Rev. John Lane, Vicar of Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, and niece of the late Sir E. Impey of Newark Park, Surrey.
-At Edinburgh, Mr William M. Bathgate, surgeon, Clyde-Street, to Maria Wood, youngest daughter of Mr Janies Lorimer, 65, York Place. 4. At Leith, Mr William Dick, shipowner, to Miss Crouden, Madeira-Street.
At Glasgow, Alexander Glasgow, Esq. merchant, to Helen, youngest daughter of the late William Smith, Esq.
At Farnham, Surrey, Thomas Pearse, of Highway House, Froyle, Hants, Esq. to the Honourable Caroline Ker, eldest daughter of the late Lord Charles Beauchamp Ker, and niece of the late Marquis of Lothian.
-At Dumfries, the Rev. John Smith, A.M. missionary to the Chinese, to Mary, second daughter of Mr Robert Bland, merchant, Dum
5. At Stirling, John Murray, Esq. of Livilands, to Anne, daughter of the late Major Alexander Macgregor of Balhaldies.
AL Heathfield, Ross-shire, J. Humphreys, Esq. surgeon, London, to Margaret, youngest daughter of Gustavus Aird, Esq. of Heathfield.
6. At Laverock Bank, Edinburgh, Dr William
12. At Cartneil, Lancashire, Alexander Murray, Esq. advocate, son of the late William Murray, Esq. of Polmaise, to Johnina, second daughter of the late John Wilkinson, Esq. of Castlehead and Brymbo.
At Whitby, the Rev. George Young, M.A. author of the History of Whitby, &c. to Margaret, daughter of the late Mr Robert Hunter of that place.
13. At St. Philip's Church, Liverpool, Robert Hunter, Esq. Manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, in Limerick, to Jane, daughter of Mr More, Chatham-Street, Liverpool.
-At Tixall, in Staffordshire, Miss Constable, eldest daughter of the late Sir Thomas Constable, Bart. of Burton Constable in the county of York, to Captain Chichester, of the 60th, or Duke of York's Own Rifle Regiment. The bride was given away by the Right Hon. Lord Clifford, and after a splendid dejeune a la fourchette, the happy couple left Tixall, in their travelling chariot and four for Malvern, in Worcestershire.
At the house of Leonard Horner, Esq. by the Rev. Sir Henry Moncrieff Wellwood, Bart., William Horton Lloyd, Esq. of Bedford Place, London, to Mary, youngest daughter of George Whitelocke, Esq. of Seymour Place, Portman Square.
14. At Richmond, Surrey, the Earl of Clare, to the Hon. Elizabeth Julia Georgiana Burrell, only daughter of the late Lord Gwydir and the Baroness Willoughby, of Eresby.
17. At Lochmaben, Matthew Graham, Esq. of Priesthead, to Robina, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Henry Laurie, minister of the parish of Lochmaben.
-At Edinburgh, Andrew Johnston, younger of Rennyhill, advocate, Esq. to Barbara, eldest daughter of David Pearson, Esq.
At Dysart, William Hunt, Esq. W. S. to Mary, only daughter of James Normand of Baltilly, Esq.
18. Sir Hedworth Williamson, Bart, to the Hon. Anne Elizabeth Liddell
-At Lambden, Capt. Alexander Drysdale, 27th regiment, to Barbara, third daughter of the late James Nisbet, Esq. of Lambden.
19. Francis Grant, Esq. second son of the late Francis Grant, Esq. of Kilgraston, to Miss Farquharson, eldest daughter of the late Captain Farquharson Ross of Invercauld.
25. At Edinburgh, the Rev. James Grant, jun. first minister of South Leith, to Mrs Jessie Ann Campbell, widow of Major Archibald Campbell, of Bragleen.
-At Carlton Place, Glasgow, Henry Dunlop, Esq. to Anne, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Cairnie, Esq.
-At Glasgow, Walter Crum, Esq. merchant, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Win. Graham, sen. Esq.
At Glasgow, Robert Urquhart, Esq. merchant there, to Jane, daughter of David M'Haffie, Esq. of Overton.
27. At Greenock, James Boyd, Esq. surgeon, Hon. East-India Company's service, to Isabella, second daughter of John Pringle, Esq. Greenock.
Lately. In Van Diemen's Land, LieutenantGeneral Sir H. Todd, of the Bengal Establishment, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Captain Ewen M. Grimanist, North Uist.
-At Kirkcudbright, Captain Hannah, of the Duke of Lancaster East Indiaman, to Miss Mary M'Kinnel, third daughter of Provost M'Kinnel, Kirkcudbright.