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May 6. In Brunswick Square, London, Lady Dalrymple Hay, a daughter.
-At Logie Elphinstone, Mrs Dalrymple Horn Elphinstone, a son.
-At Stirling, Mrs Brown of Park, a son. 7. At 10, Abercromby Place, Edinburgh, the Lady of Dr Adolphus M. Ross, a son.
8. At Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, Mrs W. M. Bisset, a son.
-At Brighton Crescent, Portobello, Mrs Alexander Stephen, a son.
7. In Hill-Street, London, the Lady of W. Stuart, Esq. M. P. a son.
8. At Dalkeith, Mrs Dr Morison, a son. -At Broughton Place, Edinburgh, Mrs Robert Blackie, a daughter.
-At Edinburgh, Mrs Wotherspoon, GeorgeStreet, a son.
9. At Kinghorn, Mrs John Arthur, a daughter. -At Inches House, Mrs Robertson of Inches, a son.
10. At 15, Duke-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Dr Sanders, a daughter.
11. At Brandon Place, Glasgow, Mrs Agnew, a
-At No. 18, Hill-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Dr Gairdner, a son.
12. Mrs John G. Kinnear, Edinburgh, a daughter.
13. At Wardie, the Lady of Captain J. D. Boswall, R. N. a son.
Mrs Mackintosh, of Holm, a son. 16. At 13, St. Andrew's Square, Edinburgh, Mrs John James Boswell, a son.
17. At 18, Scotland-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Stormonth Darling, a daughter.
-At Edinburgh, Mrs Heriot, of Ramornie, a daughter.
18. At Manor Place, Edinburgh, the Lady of Dr Hibbert, a son.
19. At York, the Lady of Sir William Foulis, Bart. a daughter.
20. At 58, Dublin-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs George, a daughter.
21. At 28, Queen-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Borthwick, a son.
24. At Edinburgh, Mrs George Berry, a daugh
1825. Dec. 19. At Dr Filson's house, St. Thomas's, Captain Robert Scott Wilson, Fort Adjutant, Madras, to Catherine Alexia Ewart, fourth daughter of John Ewart, Esq. late of Newington, Edinburgh.
1826. Feb. 21. At Plantation William, Demerara, James Allan, Esq. to Jane, second daughter of Mr John Ord, Redhall, Morayshire.
March 1. At Malta, T. Akers Shone, Esq. of the royal artillery, to Margaret Ankerville, eldest daughter of the late General Ross, and granddaughter of Lord Ankerville, one of the Lords of Session in Scotland.
April 8. In Dublin, Anthony Franks, Esq. to Sarah Louisa, only daughter of Mr E. H. Percy, of Dublin. This is the celebrated Mr Franks, who walked for two successive Sundays at Stephen's Green, in quest of a fair partner to solace his solitary hours.
16. At Venice, after the rites of the Roman Catholic Church, by the Pere Anton Schmalzl, in the grand Salon of the Albergo Reale, Ignace Malkousky, Noble de Demavalden, Chevalier of the order of St. George, Major and Commandant of the 7th Imperial battalion des Chasseurs at Santa Maria, Mola di Gaeta, &c., and Commandant of the Imperial Chasseurs of the Two Sicilies, to Miss Stuart, niece to John Robertson, Esq. of Ednam House. The marriage was again performed at the palace of the British ConsulGeneral, by the Rev. Stevens Pope, in presence of the Consul's family.
-At Dublin, the Rev. Henry Brougham, to Catherine Anne Mona, youngest daughter of the
late Sir John Macartney, of Lish, in the county of Armagh, Bart.
April 17. In St. George's Church, Queen Sq.. London, Dr William Henderson, physician in Aberdeen, to Margaret, third daughter of the late James Murray, Esq. of Aberdeen.
18. At Clapham, the Rev. Frederick Borradaile, Prebendary of Lincoln, and Domestic Chaplain to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Keninure, to Demetria, only daughter of the late Captain Robert Hudson of Clapham.
19. At Edinburgh, Thomas C. Smith, solicitor, 6, Howe-Street, to Louise Sophie, only daughter of Mr Samuel Albert Peter, Neuveville, canton of Berne, Switzerland.
-At St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London, John Murray Nasmyth, Esq. only son of Sir James Nasmyth, of Posso, in the county of Peebles, Bart. to Mary, fourth daughter of Sir John Marjoribanks, of Lees, Bart. M.P. for Berwickshire.
20. At Aberdeen, Francis Burnett, Esq. son of the late John Burnett, Esq. of Elrick, to Elizabeth, third daughter of the late James Tower, Esq. of the island of St. Thomas.
-At London, James Macdonald, Esq. M.P. to Anne Charlotte, youngest daughter of the Rev. J. S. Ogle, of Kirkley Hall, Northumberland.
22. At Greenock, William Leitch, Esq. to Mary Roach, daughter of the late A. Oughterson, Esq. At Edinburgh, Arthur Johnston, Esq. M.D. of Carrickbreda, county of Armagh, and Tremont, county of Down, Ireland, to Sarah Maria, third daughter of Thomas Whellier, Esq. late of Exeter, Devonshire.
23. At Burn Bank, Glasgow, Mr Wm. White, merchant, Cupar Fife, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Andrew Marshall, Esq. of Camlachie.
24. At Arbroath, Mr John D. Clarke, surgeon, to Margaret, second daughter of the late Provost
-At Whithorn, Thomas M'Lellan, Esq. distiller, Bladnoch, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Charles Broadfoot, Esq. Whithorn.
25. At Great Yarmouth, William Hamilton, Esq. of Glasgow, to Mary Orton Lucas, eldest daughter of the Rev. Gibson Lucas, Rector of Filby, Stokeby, &c. in the county of Norfolk.
-At Paris, Henry Harvey, Esq. of St. Audries, Somersetshire, to Agnes, daughter of Alexander Ramsay, Esq. formerly of the Hon. East India Company's civil service at Bombay.
-At Liverpool, Mr Archibald Sharp, merchant, Rothsay, to Miss Mary Williamson, only daughter of the late Capt. Williams, of Liverpool.
26. At Edinburgh, Capt. William S. Hope John. stone, of the R. N. to Eleanora Kirkpatrick, eldest daughter of Sir Thomas Kirkpatrick, of Closeburn, Bart.
27. At Edinburgh, Captain D'Arcy Wentworth, 73d regiment, to Elizabeth, third daughter of the late Major Charles Macpherson, Inspector-General of Barracks for North Britain.
At Glasgow, Charles Jopling, Esq. Delancy Peace, Camden Town, of the Adjutant-General's Office, Horse Guards, London, to Anne Middleton, eldest daughter of Mr Richard Thompson, manufacturer, Glasgow.
28. At Elgin, John Sandieman, Esq. surgeon, half pay royal artillery, to Milborough B. Shand, daughter of the late John Shand, Esq. of Arnhall.
At Crathes, Captain Thomas Rainsay, second son of the late Sir Alexander Ramsay of Balmain, Bart., to Margaret, youngest daughter of Sir Ro bert Burnett of Leys, Bart.
-At Edinburgh, Stephen Bennett, Esq. of Greenfield, county of Londonderry, Ireland, to Frances, youngest daughter of the late James Orr, Esq. of Thornly Park, Renfrewshire.
29. At Naples, Thomas Bulkly, Esq. M.D. to Miss Anne Berry, second daughter of Dr Andrew Berry, of Edinburgh.
May 2. At Kirkcudbright, Thomas Buckley, Esq. of Liverpool, to Miss Ryburn.
5. At Leith, Mr John Milne, jun. shipmaster, Macduff, to Jane, daughter of the late Mr Murdoch Cameron, merchant, Leith.
8. At London, Peter Atkinson, Esq. of York, architect, to Miss Goodall, the vocalist.
10. At Edinburgh, John Wilson, Esq. advocate, to Helen, only surviving daughter of the late Wm. Forbes, Esq. writer, Edinburgh.
May 13. In Berkeley Square, London, John Bulteel, eldest son of John Bulteel, Esq. of Fleet, Devon, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Earl Grey.
15. At Edinburgh, Thomas Borland, Esq. writer, Kilmarnock, to Miss Ann Bruce Strachan, only daughter of the late Francis Strachan, Esq. of the Hon. East India Company's civil service.
18. At Edinburgh, Donald Macdonald, Esq. of Lochinver, to Jessie, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Mackenzie, Esq. of Letterew.
Lately. At Edinburgh, James Lawson, Esq. W.S. to Margaret, youngest daughter of the deceased Mr John Clarke, Edinburgh.
1826. March 22. At the Mount, DickensonStreet, Manchester, Mrs Sarah Richardson, widow, aged 101 years. She retained her sight and Temory to the last. She was grand, great grand, and great great grandmother to 153 descendants, fifty of whom are now living.
At Balblair, in Sutherland, Thomas Craig, Esq. late of Barmuchity, near Elgin, aged 70.
2. At Lathallan, William Lindesay, Esq. of Balmungie.
-At Linlithgow, Mr John Fife, cloth-merchant there, much regretted.
23. At Dingwall, Mrs Barbara Munro, aged 80 years, relict of the deceased George Munro, Esq. Rear-Admiral Prowse, C.B.
At Portobello, Bain Whyt, only son of the Rev. Mr Glen.
24. At Plymouth, William Richard Smith, Esq. Post Captain in the R.N.
-At Banff, Mrs Elizabeth M'Killigin, relict of James Sim, Esq. late of Mount Pleasant.
25. At his apartments, York Buildings, Maryle-bonne, London, Dr John Gray, late physician to Haslar Hospital, aged 58. During the eventful period of the French Revolutionary war, he held various responsible offices connected with the medical department of the navy. St Vincent, Nelson, and Collingwood, were his personal friends. It was at the direct request of the Hero of the Nile, on his return from the pursuit of the French to the West Indies, in 1805, that he was made physician to the fleet which won the battle of Trafalgar.
-At the Manse of Rerwick, at the great age of 80, the Rev. James Thomson, minister of that parish. He was a profound scholar, a piously persuasive orator, and a heavenly example to his people. Few men have passed through so long a life with a more amiable character. lt may be truly said, in his heart there was no guile. Six of his sons, grown to manhood, attended the funeral, and consigned the mortal remains of their reverend father to the grave. Several years ago, one of his sons was appointed his assistant and successor, and it is a singular circumstance that the parish of Rerwick, as is said, has not been vacant since the Reformation.
-At Redhall, Mrs Inglis, wife of John Inglis, Esq. of Auchindinny.
At her uncle's house, Great King-Street, Edinburgh, Miss Alison Tweedie, daughter of the deceased Mr Alex. Tweedie, late in Dreva.
26. At Kelso, Robert Turner, Esq. late Royal Military Surveyor, aged 49.
-At Greenock, suddenly, Miss Jean M'Neill, eldest daughter of the late James M'Neill, Esq. Collector of Customs at that port.
27. At Nairn, Mr James Falconer, merchant there, aged 82, much and justly regretted.
-At Cove, Jeffery Irving, Esq. of Cove, in the 79th year of his age.
At his house, Newton-on-Ayr, aged 67, Mr John Hunter, formerly one of the Bailies of New
At the Manse of Cortachy, the Rev. John Gourlay, minister of the united parishes of Cortachy and Clova, in the 70th year of his age.
28. At Liverpool, Edward Airey, Esq. Comptroller of his Majesty's Customs at the port of Whitehaven. He was formerly Captain in the 39th regiment, and on the Staff of Lord Hill, and commanded the detachment which performed the funeral obsequies of the late gallant and lamented Commander, Sir John Moore, at Corunna. -Suddenly, at Dumfries, Mr Edward Daw. son, writer, aged 33.
-At Hutchesontown, Glasgow, Mr James Corbett, merchant.
March 29. Suddenly, at Brainshaugh, Northum berland, Mr William Pickering, in the 65th year of his age.
-At Edinburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Sparks, widow of the late Mr John Auchterlonie.
-At Stone House, Cumberland, John Richard, third son of Lieut.-Colonel Sir Hew Ross, K.C.B. -At Gatehouse, Mr William Stothart, aged 56. -At Bridekirk village, suddenly, Lieut. Henry Stanley, brother-in-law of Curwen, Esq. younger of Workington Hall, aged 51.
30. At Elgin, Miss Robina Gordon, daughter of the late Rev. Dr Lewis Gordon, minister of Elgin.
At the manse of Alvie, Mrs Charlotte Grant, spouse of the Rev. John Macdonald, minister of that parish, deeply lamented by her family and friends, and sincerely regretted by all her ac quaintances. Suddenly cut off in the prime of life, she has left her husband a disconsolate widower, under the weighty and interesting charge of eight motherless children, to bewail a loss never to be repaired.
At Brachead House, Miss Margaret Howison Craufurd, eldest daughter of the Rev. James Howison M. Craufurd of Braehead.
-At Bishop Middleham, in the county of Durham, Miss Jamima Carnegie Napier, youngest daughter of the late Major-General the Hon. Mark Napier.
31. At Edinburgh, Miss Mary Ogilvie, youngest daughter of the late Alexander Ogilvie, Esq. of Auchiries.
-At Brechin, Alexander Ritchie, Esq.
-At Kirkwall, Thomas, youngest son of Thomas Polloxfen, Esq.
April 1. At Orwell, near Kinross, Mrs James Skelton.
-At Edinburgh, George Russell, of Inch, Esq. W. S.
-Suddenly, at his house in Portsburgh, Edinburgh, Mr James Inglis, much regretted by his numerous friends and tenants.
3. At his mother's house, Stirling, at the early age of 14 years, Mr William Graham, son of the late Captain Edward Graham, of the Honourable East-India Company's Bengal artillery.
-At Edinburgh, James Bell, Esq. advocate. Had it not been for the natural weakness of his constitution, which, without repressing his intellectual energies, effectually interrupted his public exertions, there can be little doubt that Mr Bell would have eminently distinguished himself in the honourable profession to which he belonged. By those who had an opportunity of appreciating them, his talents, both as a lawyer and a man of letters, were well understood to be of the highest order.
At 22, Windsor-Street, Edinburgh, Cecil, youngest son of Samuel Joseph, Esq.
-At his house, Smith's Place, Leith Walk, in the 63d year of his age, and the 58th of his ministry, the Reverend Thomas Aitchison, pastor of the first United Associate Congregation, Leith. To those who were acquainted with the benignity of his disposition, the rectitude of his conduct, the ardour of his faith, and his zeal in his Master's service, any eulogium of ours would be unnecessary. He was beloved and esteemed by his friends, and he is regretted by all. He discharged, in an eminent manner, the duties of the ministerial office, and " was an Israelite, indeed, in whom there was no guile." Of his professional character, the chief feature was undoubtedly his devotional talents. There was a fervency and pathos in his prayers which never failed to make a deep impression. We have often listened to him with delight, and returned humbler, if not better men. Mr Aitchison's public and private life are an imperishable monument to his imemory. His name is associated with almost every laudable and charitable institution of the metropolis; and, to every cause of benevolence, he was a willing and stedfast friend. He exemplified in private the duties he enjoined. Few men have appeared to more advantage, when sickness or bereavement were claims upon his sympathy and condolence. The cause of the afflicted and widowed sufferer was his own. His death-bed scene was a Christian triumph, and a demonstration of his faith. ring a long and painful illness he displayed the most tranquil and resigned disposition, and often prayed in spirit, "Lord, not my will, but thinc
be done." He closed his eyes in peace, stedfast in his faith, and confident in the hope of a glorious immortality. Mr Aitchison had his trials, but they are over. His griefs are bounded by the grave; but his joys can never pass away. "The good man dies-it grieves us; Why should the good man die? He dies-but, dying, leaves us A lasting legacy."
We must not forget to mention, that we have seldom seen a funeral so respectably and numerously attended, or witnessed a greater concourse of sorrowing spectators. He has left many weeping friends, and a disconsolate widowed wife, to lament his loss. His highly-respectable congregation has been deprived of a faithful pastor, whose whole soul was in his duty. Yet they sorrow not as those who have no hope." For, "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, they shall rest from their labours, and their works shall follow them." "Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright, for the end of that man is peace."
April 4. At Lothian-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Jane Ross, wife of Mr William Grinton, merchant, and, on the 6th, his infant son.
-At a very advanced age, Henrietta, relict of the late George Maxwell, Esq. of Carruchan.
-At Leslie, Mrs Ireland, aged 79. She enjoyed her faculties to the last. Although a great reader, on certain occasions, she never used spectacles in her life, and bore her long and painful iliness with Christian fortitude and resignation.
- At Dreva, Mr John Tweedic, junior, writer in Edinburgh, a young man of great promise, and deeply regretted by his relations and acquaint
5. At the Mill of Arntully, parish of Kinclaven, Mr Thomas Stewart, in the 101st year of his age. This respectable man enjoyed through life an un common portion of good health. By his last illness he was confined to bed for a few days, but he retained the perfect use of his mental faculties to the hour of his death.
-At Mayfield, May Ferguson Robertson, third daughter of the late James Robertson, Esq. W. S. -At Leith, Charles John, eldest son of Lieu tenant Charles Smith, R.N."
6. At Shaftesbury House, Bayswater, William Davidson. Esq. in the 69th year of his age.
-At Montrose, after a lingering illness, borne with meekness and resignation, Mrs Henry Westmacott, in her 39th year, leaving a husband and nine children to deplore her untimely loss.
- Mr Alexander Maclauchlan, son of the late William Maclauchlan, Esq. of Auchintroig. -At Glasgow, Major Alexander M'Kay, Laggan, Islay.
7. At Portobello, Joseph Williamson, Esq. principal clerk of teinds, aged 82.
At Binacre Hall, Suffolk, in his 81st year, Sir Thomas Gooch, Bart.-He is succeeded by his eldest son, Thomas Sherlock, M.P. for Suffolk. - At Elie, Mr William Walker, tanner. -At Melville Mill, Lasswade, Mr Alexander Brown, aged 85 years. During the whole course of his life, he never slept a night out of the village. -- At Duke-Street, Leith, Mr Anthony Laird, cooper and fish curer there.
-At Edinburgh, Robert Beatson, youngest son of W. A. Lawrie, W. S.
8. At Edinburgh, Catherine Ann Bennett, widow of the late Captain James Nicolson, R. N. -At Aberdeen, Convener John Webster, in the 84th year of his age.
9. At North St. James's-Street, Edinburgh, Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Mr James Saunders, W. S. and wife of Mr Thos. Beveridge, writer, Edinburgh.
- At Burndales, Mrs Creigheton, aged 56 years, much and justly regretted by her friends, and a numerous circle of acquaintances. Her loss will be severely felt by the poor.
- In London, Lieutenant-General Philip Kearney Skinner.
10. At Barrosa-Street, Perth, Miss Barbara Marshall.
- In the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, of typhus fever, caught in the discharge of his duty, Mr Samuel Gordon, physicians' clerk.
April 10. At Ann Street, Stockbridge, Edinburgh, Christina Hogarth, third daughter of Mr Alexander Ballantyne.
-At his house, Crieff, Mr John Drummond, cattle dealer, aged 64 years.
-At Newtonlees, near Dunbar, aged 76, Mr Grive Wilson; a man whose fervent piety, active beneficence, and moral uprightness, have endeared his memory to all who enjoyed the pleasure of his acquaintance.
-At Keith, Mrs Mary Murray Grant, relict of Janies Gordon, Esq. late Surgeon in Keith, and daughter of the late John Grant of Gallovie, Esq.
11. At Edinburgh, Anne Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Coll Macdonald, Esq. W. S.
-At Montrose, in the 80th year of her age, Mrs Milne, relict of the late Bailie Andrew Milne. -At London, the Honourable Mrs Boyd, widow of the Honourable Charles Boyd, and daughter of the deceased Alexander Lockhart, Esq. Lord Covington, one of the Senators of the College of Justice.
At Edinburgh, the Rev. Duncan Forbes, M. D.
At Newtondon, near Kelso, after a very short illness, occasioned by a spasmodic affection of the stomach, Sir Alexander Don, Bart. M.P. of Newtondon.
12. At Aberdeen, Mr Hugh Cochran, in the 83d year of his age.
-At Hawick, Walter Haddon, grocer and spirit dealer, much and justly regretted.
-At Lanark, Captain John Tod.
13. At Edinburgh, in the 79th year of her age, Mrs Helen Wait, relict of Mr John Tait, farmer in Roxburgh West Mains, much and justly regretted by a number of friends and acquaintances.
- At her house, 28, Gayfield Square, Edinburgh, Mrs Janet Foggo, widow of the late George Ireland, Esq.
14. At her house, in Stanhope-Street, May Fair, London, in the 86th year of her age, the Right Hon. Philadelphia Hannah, relict of the late Thomas Viscount Cremorne, and Baron Dartrey, of the kingdom of Ireland. Her Ladyship was the grand-daughter of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, North America, and was born in its capital of Philadelphia, after which city she was named.
15. At Minnihive, Mr Andrew Hunter, who, for upwards of forty years, has been an elder of the parish of Glencairn. On the 10th of February last he completed his 92d year. He was the Me thuselah of his parish, and very much respected.
-At Dundonnell House, Ross-shire, Kenneth Mackenzie, Esq. of Dundonnell.
16. At Norton Place, Edinburgh, Mr John Nicholson, aged 48.
- At No. 48, Rose-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Forrest, in the 87th year of her age.
At Mains of Letham, parish of St. Vigeans, in the 83d year of his age, Mr Alex. Fullerton, farmer there.
17. At Gallowberry, John Corrie, Esq. of Gallowberry.
-At Leith, Mr William Hunter, Tide Surveyor of Customs there.
At 13, North Hanover-Street, Glasgow, Peter Buchanan, Esq. of Auchmar.
-At the manse of Muthill, the Rev. John Russell, who, for upwards of 16 years, ably and faithfully discharged the laborious duties of the ministry in that extensive parish.
-Aged 67, the Rev. David M'Indoe, 36 years minister of the Scotch church in Groat Market, Newcastle.
18. At his house, in Minto-Street, Newington, Edinburgh, Thomas Riddell, younger of Cumiestown.
-At Edinburgh, Miss Isabella Wedderburn Scrymgeour, daughter of Henry Wedderburn of Wedderburn and Birkhill, Esq.
-At Edinburgh, Mrs S. C. Campbell, daughter of the late James Ramsay, Esq. AccomptantGeneral of Excise, and relict of the late Major John Campbell, of 76th regiment of foot.
19. At an advanced age, the Right Rev. Dr Milner, Bishop of Castabala, and Vicar Apostolie of the Midland district.
-At Gateside, near Paisley, Wm. Burns, Esq.
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