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Lieut. North, from 44 F. with Lieut. Williams, 86 F.
Peel, from 43 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Bar ker, h. p. 23 F.
Mainwaring, from 65 F. with Lieut. Carroll, 87 F.
Smith, from 90 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Ottley, from 90 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.
Martin, from 6 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with
Moore, from 3 Dr. with Cornet White, 16
Lieut. Col. Brownrigg, h. p. 2 Ceylon Reg.
Crompton, h. p. York Lt. Inf. Vol. Paco
Porter, h. p. 32 F. Isle of Man,
7. At Gallanach, the lady of Dugald Macdougall, Esq. of Gallanach, of a son.
9. Mrs J. A. Cheyne, No. 30, London Street, of a daughter.
Dec. 25, 1821. Coulson, h. p. 43 F. Bridlington, Yorkshire, Mar. 15, 1822. Douglas, h. p. 1 Gar. Bn. April 29. Med. Dep. Dr. Menzies, Deputy Insp. of Hospitals, Barbadoes.
Assist. Surg. Lacon, h. p. 6 F. Pershore, Worcestershire, April 19, Hosp. Assist. Stubbings, h. p. Canada.
-At Stirling, the lady of John Fraser, Esq. advocate, of a daughter.
-At Georgefield, parish of Westerkirk, Mrs Murray, of a son and heir.
10. Mrs Forrest, wife of Mr Forrest, banker in Forfar, of two sons and one daughter. The girl is since dead, but the mother and the two boys are doing well.
Mrs Vans Hathorn, Prince's Street, of a 11. Mrs J. S. Brown, No. 5, Graham Street, of a daughter. -At Kensington, Mrs Carnegie, of a daughter. - Mrs Paul, 65, York Place, of a son.
12. Mrs Anderson, No. 90, Prince's Street, of a daughter.
13 At the Manse of Dumbarney, Mrs Anderson, of a son.
At Portsmouth, the lady of Major Stuart Dalziel, Royal Marines, of a son.
17. In Northumberland Street, the lady of Captain Hodgson, R. N. of a daughter.
17. Mrs Clark, 51, George's Square, of a daugh
19. At his house, George Street, the lady of Lieutenant-General Sir John Hope, of a son.
22. The lady of William Fergusson, Esq. of Kilrie, of a daughter.
23. At the Hague, her Royal Highness the Princess of Orange, of a Prince.
-At New Laverock Bank, Mrs William S. Maclean, of a daughter.
24. At Cavers, Mrs Douglas of Cavers, of a son and heir.
At Barcaldine, the lady of Duncan Campbell, Esq. of Barcaldine, of a son.
25. At Auchlunkart, the lady of Patrick Steuart, Esq. of Auchlunkart, of a son,
26. At North Nelson, Mrs Hutchinson of a daughter.
In Belfast Barracks, Mrs Farquharson, 25th regiment, of a son.
At No. 6, Dundas Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Colquhoun Grant, of a son.
31. At Cumbernauld-house, the Honourable Mrs Fleming, of a daughter.
Lately, In Roxburghshire, Mrs Dick, Glensheal, of a son.
At Shielhill, parish of Polmont, the wife of J. Anderson, of three sons, who, with the mother, are all doing well.
25. At Turvey, county of Bedford, the Rev. James Marshall, Minister of the Outer High Church in Glasgow, to Mary Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Leigh Richmond, Rector of Turvey.
- At London, Robert Mudie, Esq. to Frances Wallace, second daughter of Captain John Urquhart, late of the East India-house.
27. At Edinburgh, Mr William Fotheringham, to Janet, third daughter of Robert Forrester, late ship-master in Kinghorn.
29. At Glasgow, M. A. Nicholson, Esq. architect, London, to Agnes, daughter of Mr John Gibson, late of Partick.
March 16, 1822. Dr Alexander Menzies, deputy Inspector of Hospitals, at Barbadoes.
23. In George Town, Demerara, after a short illness, Catharine Campbell, aged 25, relict of the late Evan M'Pherson, Esq. and eldest daughter of Mr M'Gregor, St Andrew's Square.
April 20. At Belle Isle, near Ambleside, on his way to Cheltenham, the Rev. William Curwen, of Harrington, second son of J. C. Curwen, Esq. M.P.
22. Lost off the coast of Ireland, on board of his Majesty's ship Confiance, Mr John Whalley Shairp, Midshipman, aged 21, (past for a Lieute nant at Royal Naval College,) second son of William Shairp, Esq. late of Kirkton, Collector of Customs, Bo'ness.
25. At Murraythwaite, Lieutenant-Colonel John Murray, of Tundergarth.
26. At Edinburgh, Miss Marion Scott, aged 59, daughter of the late Mr Thomas Scott, farmer at Craiglockart.
-At Edinburgh, Mrs Ferrier, wife of Louis Henry Ferrier, Esq. of Belleside.
27. At Polwarth Manse, Berwickshire, Mrs Home, wife of the Rev. Robert Home.
29. Aged 49, Mrs Grace Straton, reliet of Mr John Mactavish, writer in Edinburgh.
30. At Prince's Street, John Findlay, Esq.
At Oban, Marion, eldest daughter of John Robson, Esq. of the Customs there.
May 1. At Westhaven, near Arbroath, Mr Daniel Mackenzie, of the Excise.
2. At Dunoon Manse, Argyllshire, Mrs Margaret Campbell, widow of Duncan Campbell, Esq. of Glenfeachan, and daughter of the late Neil Campbell, Esq. of Dunstaffnage.
-At Glasgow, Mrs Jean Murray, relict of the late Rev. James Sinclair, Stronsay, matron of the Charity Workhouse, Edinburgh.
-At his house, Innerwick, East Lothian, Mr Robert Duncan, in the 90th year of his age.
5. At Eddlestone Manse, the Rev. Dr Patrick Robertson, Minister of Eddlestone, in the 74th of his age, and the 49th of his ministry.
-At Edinburgh, Mr Robert Gilmore, ropemaker, Grassmarket.
4. Suddenly, in a fit of apoplexy, Ann Tucker, wife of Mr William Campbell, founder, Tweed, mouth, in the 64th year of her age.
5. At Edinburgh, Walter, son of William Roy, Esq. of Nenthorn.
At Balkail, in the 38th year of her age, Mrs Ross, wife of Captain John Ross, R. N.
-At his house in Hill Street, Berkely Square, London, in the 68th year of his age, the Hon. and most Rev. William Stuart, Archbishop of Armagh, and Lord Primate of all Ireland. His Grace was the fifth and youngest, and last surviving son of John, Earl of Bute.
-At Musselburgh, Isabella Dobie, wife of Robert Dickson.
6. At Dublin, his Grace the Archbishop of Cashel. His Grace was consecrated Lord Bishop of Clonfert in 1795. In the year following he was translated to the see of Kilmore, and in 1801 he was preferred to the Archdiocese of Cashel.
At Durham-house, in the parish of Torry. burn, and county of Fife, Mrs Paton, relict of the late Mr John Paton, Surgeon there.
At the Manse of Resolis, Mrs Sage, wife of the Rev. Donald Sage, Minister of that parish. -Mrs Ann Jones, wife of the Rev. T.S. Jones,
- At Paris, Abbe Sicard, aged 80, the philan-
11. At London, Mr Walter Ogilvie, son of the late
12. At Greenhall, near Crieff, Jane Menzies,
-At her house in Maitland Street, Mrs Mar-
13. At Milton-house, near Peterborough, after
11. At Greenock, Duncan Campbell, jun. Esq.
-At Aberdeen, the Rev. Charles M'Hardy,
-At No. 107, Prince's Street, Mrs Vans Ha-
15. At his house, 47, Hanover Street, James
16. At Paris, the Duke of Richelieu, Peer of
22. Suddenly, the infant son of Colonel Holmes
-At Gorgie, Catherine, eldest daughter of Ro-
25. At Kirkaldy, Mr Robert Skirving, aged 66.
-Mr Francis Vogan, cork-manufacturer, Leith.
At his house in the West Bow, Mr David
24. At Torbolt, by Dornoch, Colonel Alexander
At Colinsburgh, Mr John Brash, in the 63d
25. At London, her Grace the Duchess of Graf-
26. At her residence in Hertford Street, May
-At Edinburgh, William, second son of John
-At Edinburgh, Mrs Sivright, widow of the
-At Ham, Surrey, Margaret, wife of General
28. At St Andrews, Mr William Bruce, student
30. At Edinburgh, Mr James Ramsay, super-
-At the house of his son-in-law, W. Thomson,
-At Glasgow, Sarah M'Intosh, at the advan-
INDEX TO VOLUME XI.
ABERDEEN, Earl of, remarks on his work
Affection, natural, tokens of, 114
Ambrosianæ, Noctes, No. I. 369-No. II.
America, North, recollections of the war
Ancient national melodies.
Aquitaine, Walter of, an historic romance,
Artists, the Devil among the, 591
Ballad The lady and the Irishman, 370
Barrettiana, contained in a letter from
Bernardo and Alphonso, a Spanish ballad,
Births, 132, 262, 381, 501, 628, 767
Bloomfield, Robert, review of his May-day
Byron, Lord, remarks on his three new
Club, the Kit-cat, account of, 201
Comedies, the old English, notices of, 195
Count Fernan Gonsalez, a ballad, 665
Critique on Lord Byron, 456
Deaths, 133, 262, 382, 502, 629, 768
752-by Mr North, ib.
Devil among the artists, 591
Dibdin, Matthews and Morgan,
travels of, 692
Don Quixote, review of a new edition of, 657
Edinburgh, visit to the great island of,
English literature in Poland, 329
Effusions of friendship, 111
Italy, a poem, review of, 280
Florence, rules for the observance of Eng-
Galt, Mr, is the author of the Earthquake,
Goethe's West-Oestlichem Diwan, 68
Hall, Mr, on his picture of the two Marys
Hints for a young author, from a very old
Historie and jests of Maxilian, 3
Hora Germanicæ, No. XIII. Schlen-
Hume, Martin, and Canning, poetical re-
How far is poetry an art? 153
Imposture, remarks on Dousterswivel's in-
Irish melodies, remarks on Moore's, 62
Kotzebue, Lieutenant, review of his voy.
Lament, the last, 29
Layman, a Protestant, letter from to Lord
from London, 236
from Dr Franklin to Madame Hel-
- from a Protestant layman, 350-Re-
from Paddy, 461
from a volunteer to Christopher
of thanks from an occasional contri-
of apology, for not having written an
from Paris. Letter I. 217-Let-
Lights and Shadows of Scottish Life, re-
Literary productions, the different stages
Man-of-war's-man, the, 15-Preparations