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Tuesday, September 12.
Os. 6d. to Os. 7d. Fresh Butter, per lb. ls. 44. to Os.
.ls. Od. to Os. Pork
Os. 5d. to Os. 6d. | Eggs, per dozen . . Os. 9d. to Os. Quarter Loạt Os. 100. to Os. Ild. | Tallow, per stone 8s. 6d. to 9s. 6d.
Beans. Isto......37s.6d. 1st....... 24s. Od. Ist,... ..21s. Od. | 1st,......--. Od. 1st,......-S. Od. 2d,......34s. Od. | 2d, ......22s. Od. | 2d, ......185. Od.2d .......---. Od. | 2d,......-. Od. 3d, ......31s. Od. 3d, ......19s. Od. 3d, ....168. Od. | 3d,......--. Od. | 3d,......-s. Od.
Average of Wheat, £1:12:8 7-12ths.
London, Corn Exchange, Sept. 11.
Liverpool, Sept. 5. Wheat, Red
S. d. 58 to 64 Hog Pease. 10 to 42 Fine ditto 66 to 70 Maple
per 70 lbs.
Pease, grey 36 0 to 40 0
44 to 16 Superfine ditto 72 to 71 White pease
10 to 49, Eng, new . 10 0 to 10 61-White . . 16 0 to 54 0 White 60 to 66 Boilers
14 to 46|American 9 3 to 9 9 Flour, English, Fine ditto 68 to 79 New do.
Dantzic 9 0 to 1o 3 p.246 lb.fine47 0 to 18 0
44 0 to 16 0 Superfine do.
Dutch Red 93 to 9 9 . 74 to 70 Sinall Beans 42 to 44 Old do. 76 to 82 Old do.
Riga 8 9 to 9 3 Ameri. p. 19€ lb. Foreign
- to -Tick do. 39 to 11 Archangel 8 9 to 9 3 Sweet, U.S. 37 0 to 10 O Brank, new 32 to 58 old do.
Canada 9 1 to 9 3 Do. in bond 26 0 to 28 0
31 0 to 35 O 36 to 38
. 9 6 to 10 0 Fine do. 36 to Feed Oats
17 to 21 Irish, 9 6 to 10 o Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Barley
32 0 to 34 O 30 to 32 Fine do.
22 to 23 Barley, per 60 lbs. Fine do.
Scotch 28 0 to 31 0 31 to 36/Poland do . 19 to 22 Eng grind. 1 9 to 5 3
26 0 to 30 0 Superfine 38 to Fine do. 23 to 25 - Malting . 0 0 to 0 0 Malt 50 to 60 Potato do,
1 3 to 4 | Bran, p.241bs. 1 2 to 11 Fine do. 61 to 701 Fine do.
24 to 27
1 3 to 4 6 Butter, Beef, 8c. Oats, per 45 IV.
Butter, per cwt. $.
Eng. pota. . 5 3 to 3 6 Belfast new 83 to 85
84 to Must. Brown, 12 to 15 Hempseed 48 to 56 Scotch do. . 3 5 to 3 7 Waterford 77 to 79 --White 14 to 15 Linseed crush. 56 to 63 Rye, per qr. 40 0 to 12 o Cork, pick. 2d, 78 to 79 Tares . 8 to 9 New for. Seed 70 to 76 Malt per b.
67 to 69 Turnip, White 17 to 20 Ribgrass. 18 to 44 Fine. 9 6 to 10 0 Beef, p. tierce 110 to 120 -New
0 to 0 Clover, Red . 12 to 74 -Middling 7 6 to 8 o Tongu. p. firk. 75 to 80 -Yellow 20 to 24 - White .. 50 to 106 Beans, pr qr.
Pork, p. bar. 70 to 80 Caraway, new 60 to 65 Coriander. 16 to 20 English 17 0 to 50 O Bacon, p. ewt. Canary, new : 81 to 88 Trefoil, . 30 to 72 Irish. .. 41 0 to 16 0 --Short middles 57 to 58 New Rapeseed, £38 to £40.
"Rapeseed, p. 1. £39 to £40 Hams, dry . 53 to 58
21 to 23 Scotch
Average Prices of Corn of England and Wales, from the Returns reccived in the Week
ended 20 Sept. 1820. Wheat, 71s. 9d.-Rye, 438. 60.--Barley, 365, 11d. -Oats, 975. 1d.-Beans, 15s. 6d.-Peasc, 16s. Od.
Oatmcal, 208. 9d.-Beer or Big, Os. Od.
During the first nine days of August it rained more or less every day, and till the 25th the weather was showery. At the commencement of the month the thermometer sometimes approached 70, but after the 8th, the mean of the daily maximum temperature did not exceed 60. In this respect it presents a striking contrast to August 1819, when the thermometer rose 17 times to 70 and upwards-sometimes within a degree or two of 80. Though the greatest depression of temperature, as indicated by the minimum thermometer, was not lower than 39), the ground was covered with hoar frost on the morning after this depression took place. The mean temperature of the month is nearly 6 degrees lower than that of the corresponding month last year. The mean daily range of the thermometer is also one degree, and the temperature of spring water 4 degrees less. The mean height of the barometer is about 3 tenths lower than in August 1819, and the mean daily range about a tenth greater. The greatest depressions of the barometer took place in con sequence of high winds about the 9th and 26th. Notwithstanding the showery state of the weather, Leslie's hygrometer indicated greater dryness than in August last year. The difference is about 2 degrees, and if allowance be made for difference of temperature, it will be considerably more. The mean point of deposition is a degree below the mean minimum temperature. It will be seen from the abstract, that the mean of the daily extreme temperatures coincides almost exactly with the mean of 10 morning and evening. Contrary to what usually takes place, the former is lowest.
en..., 10 P.M,
METEOROLOGICAL Table, extracted from the Register kept or the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.
THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat,
71.0 .............cold, 49.1 Minimum,
39.5 ......... temperature, 10 A.M.
58.6 Lowest maximum,
58.0 53,6 Highest minimum, 3d,
56.0 ........of daily extremes, 55.8 Highest, 10 A.M.
60.5 ............10 A.M. and 10 P.M.
56.1 Lowest ditto
52.0 .........4 daily observations, 56.0 Highest, 10 P.M. 3d,
61.5 Whole range of thermometer, 419.5 Lowest ditto
15.0 Mean daily ditto,
13.5 Greatest range in 24 hours, 123, ........ temperature of spring water,
Inches Mean of 10 A.M. (temp. of mer. 61.) 29.599 Highest 10 A.M.
30.023 ............ 10 P.M. (temp. of mer. 61.) 29.629 Lowest ditto,
29.135 ............ both, (ternp. of iner. 61.) 99.614 Highest 10 P.M.
30.035 Whole range of barometer,
6.580 Lowest ditto,
29.190 Mean ditto, during the day, .101 Greatest range in 24 hours, 9th,
-505 111 Least ditto,
18th, ................. in 24 hours,
HYGROMETER. Degrees HYGROMETER Degrees. Leslie. Highest, 10 A. M. 7th,
43.0 Rain in inches,
...... Lowest ditto, Evaporation in ditto,
25.0 Mean daily Evaporation,
13th, Leslie. Mean, 10 A, M.
27.0 Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. 3d, 61.0 10 P. M. 13.9
Lowest ditto, 28th, 40.0
20.4 Anderson. Point of Dep. 10 A.M.
........................ Highest 10 P.M. 38, 59.0 48.2
............................. Lowest ditto, 21st, 38.0 **•..**............................. 10 P.M.
47.9 ............. Relat. Hum.Highest, 10 A.M. 6th, 99.0 both,
........................ Least ditto, 7th, 58.0 Relat. Humid. 10 A.M.
.............................. Greatest, 16 P.M. 13th,94.0 ............ 10 P. M.
........................ Least ditto, 230, 71.0 both,
Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest, 10 A.M. 3d, .345 ...............Grs. mois. in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M. .233
......... Least ditto
28th, .179 ......*........................................ 10 P.M. .230
........ Greatest, 10 P.M.
sd, .319 both, .231
................. Least ditto, 21st, .167 Fair days, 12; rainy days, 19. Wind west of Meridian, 22; east of meridian, 9.
METEOROLOGICAL Table, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in
the Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after
noon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register
E. 57 10
E. 60 11
Rain mon. .180 E. 60
fair day. M.41 .516 M.60
Rain mom. E. 55 .182E.59
Dull mom. 19 E.52 .532 E. 57 )
Fair day. M.13
.628 M.56 E.
.690 E. 56)
fair day. M.39
.861 M.59 E. 55 .806°E. 38
.550 E. 61
all day. M.15 28.999 M.CO
Rain mom. 26 IE. 55
Fair foren. 28
M 42, 29.184 M.58
fair day. M.413 .834 M.58 31
w. IE. 54 .9511E. 58
Rain, 2.700 inches.
Rain, .370 E. 65 S
thunder. .680 M.65 )
Warm fore. .326 E. 65 S rain aftern. .335 M.65
Fair morn. .354E.CIS rainy day. .157 M.62
S.W. Heavy rain.
27 E. 53
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
71 F. Lt. Stewart, Capt. vice Campbell, 2 Veta. Battn.
27th July R.H.G. Con.et Lord H. A. Hill, to be Lt. by purch.
Gent. Cadet H. Dallas, fm, R. Mil. Coll. vice Lambard, ret. 20th July 1820.
do. Rowland Hill, Cornet by purch. 27th do. 72 Ensign Yates, Lt. vice Steuart, pro Cape 2 Dr. G. Cornet Duncombe, fm. “19 Dr. Cornet,
do. vice Williams, 16 Dr.
do. F. Copland, Cornet by purch. vice C.
Ens. Fitz Gerald, Lt. vice Coventry, 1 Vet. Smith, 2 F. G.
J. E. Deere, Ens.
20th July 73 LL. Raymond, Capt. vice Ritchie, dead 3 Dr. Lt. Blathwayte, Capt. by purch. vice Wat
17th do. son, ret.
do. Cornet Bagot, Lt. by purch. do. 77 Capt. Gell, fin. 2 W.I.R. Capt. vice George, A Maclachlan, Cornet by purch. do.
9 do. 8 Cornet Kelso, Lt. by purch, vice Elliott, 78 Lt. M'Iver, Capt. by purch. vice Grant, 21 Dr.
17th do. H. Clagett, Cornet by purch.
Ensign T'wopenny, Lt. by purch. do. 12 J. B. Daubuz, Cornet by purch. vice Hay
Gent. Cadet Lord' Wm. Thynne, fm. R. dock, ret.
Cornet Baillie, Lt. by purch. vice Beau- 84 Lt. Beamish, Capt. by purch. vice Burns,
20th July Williams, fm. 2 D. G. Cornet do.
Ens. Vaughan, Lt. by purch.
do. 19 Gent. Cadet W. Osborne, fm. R. Mil. Coll.
P. B. F. C. Gillies, Ens. do. 27th do. Cornet by purch. vice Duncombe, 2 Dr.
Ens. Mansell, Li. vice Frederick, dead Gds. do,
17th Aug. 21 Lt. Boulton. Capt. by purch. vice Kent,
R. Blake, Ens.
Hon. H. F. St Clair Erskine, En. 10th do.
20th July 22 G. Fead, do. do.
Gent. Cadet, w. 'Buller, fm. R. Mil. Coll. 3 F.G. Capt. Rodney, Capt. & Lt. Col. by purch.
27th do. vice Wigston, ret.
3 do. Cape Corps, Lt. Fox, fm. 85 F. Capt. vice Fitz Lt. Keppel, Lt. & Capt, by purch.
Clarence, 11 F.
9th Aug. do. Hon. C. B. Phipps, Ens. & Lt. by purch.
Medical Department. 17th do.
James Craufurd, Hosp." Assist. to the Forces Capt. Stockdale, Adj. vice Elrington, res,
13th April 1820 Adj.
Hosp. Assist. Lamont, fm. h. p. Hosp. Assist. vice 1 Foot Lt. “Conchy, fm. h. p. 58 F. Lt. vice
Mitchell, 48 F.
3d Aug. Scott, cancelled
Bt. Maj. Diggle, fm. h. p. R. York Ra. Capt. of a Ensign Breton, Lt. by purch. do.
Company of Gent. Cadets, vice Erskine, h. p. Qua. Mast. Serj. B. Doran, Quart. Mast.
10th Aug. 1820 vice Richards, dead
Lt. Austin, of late 5 Vet. Bat. Fort Maj. at Dun11 Capt. Fitz Clarence, fm. Cape Corps, Capt.
cannon Fort, vice Quin, dead 27th July vice Walker, h. p. 7 W.I.R. 9th Aug.
Exchanges. 15 Bt. Maj. Conolly, Maj. vice Meadows, dead. Bt. Major Diggle, fm. 52 F. with Capt. Northey, h.
27th July p. York Rang.
26 do. 16 C. F. Thompson, Ensign, vice Brand, 73 Stewart, from 25 F. with Capt. Biddulph,
h. p. 96 F. 18 Qua. Mas. Serj. G. King, Quar. Aas. vice Lec, from Rifle Brig. with Capt. Travers, Gallie, 9 R. Vet. Br.
h. p. 30 Lt. Sutherland, fm. h. p. York Chass. Le Anderson, from 1 W.I.R. with Capt. Mervice Davies, 35 F.
cer, h. p. 6 W.I.R. 35
Davies, fm. 30 F. Lt. vice Nixon, h. Stockenstrom, from Cape Corps, with Capt. p. York Chass.
do. Lowen, h. p. Corsican Ran.
13th do. Powell, h. p. 15 F.
do. Gordon, from 5 Dr. G. rec. dift. with Capt. 15 Ensign Hodgson, fm. 50 F. Ens, vice Corn- Wood, h. p. 21 Dr. wall, 38 F.
Dawson, from 22 Dr. with Capt. Barlow, h. 47 A. F. Strettell, Ens. vice Lowry, dead
Lieut. Shawe, from 2 Dr. rec. dift. with Lieut. As-
Lowry, from 8 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. For. 19 Lt. Ellis, Capt. vice Dillon, 2 Vet. Batın. man, h. p. 95 F.
10th do. Nicholson, from 17 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Ens. Maclachlan, Lt.
Cary, h. p. 101 F.
17th do. 83 F. 50 J. C. Nicolls, Ens. vice Hodgson, 15 F. Richardson, from 1 Life Gds. rec. dift. with
3d do. Lieut. Legge, h. p. 2 F. G. 57 Qu. Mast. Johuson, fm. h. p. Qua. Mast. French, from 6 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with Lieut. vice Moore, ret. list
Mairis, h. p. 36 F.
3d Aug. 27th July
p. 69 F.
Lieut. Ferrall, from 11 F. with Lieut. Haggup, h.
Capt. Grant, 9 R. Vet. Bn.
Ensign Strettell, 47 F.
Lt. Col. John Boscawen Savage, R. Mar.
Capt. Lee, Rifle Brig.
Capt. George, 77 F.
Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. Reynolds
Lieut. Gen. P. Sinclair, Lybster, Caithness, 31st
L. S. Orde, Swinburne Castle, Hexham,
Maj. Gen. Borthwick, R. Art. at Margate, 28th
Sir G. T. Calcraft, Kt. late of the 3 Dr.
Lieut. Col. Tulloh, h. p. R. Art.
Capt. Malthy, 16 F. Ceylon
Ritchie, 73 F. on passage from Ceylon on
21st May 1820
Smith, h. p. & F. formerly Capt. in Shrop-
Lieut. Fitz Gerald, 53 F. Moorasukully, Madras,
10th Feb. 1820
Frederick, 84 F.
Wilmot, R. Gar. Bn. London 26th June
Cornets and Ensigns.
Grindred, h. p. 11 Dr.
9th June 1820
Matchett, h. p. 28 Dr.
Lowry, 47 F.
Mathewson, 65 F. killed in action in the Persian
21st Dec. 1819
Vyvyan, 74 F.
Quart. Mast. Doyle, 27 F. Gibraltar, 27th May
Mason, h. p. 7 W.J.R.
Fort Major Quin, Duncannon Fort
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
10. At Rachan-cottage, Mrs ('ouper, a daughter.
11. At Hanover-street, Edinburgh, Mrs Dr Gaind.
May 13. At Shetland, Mrs Bryden of Standsting, daughter.
- At Dalhousie-castle, lady Mary Ilay, a daugh-
son, a daughter.
Hutchison, a son.
C.B. a son.
17. At Edinburgh, Mrs White of Howden, jun.
18. At Edinburgh, the lady of Captain Houston
- At Kemnay-house, Mrs Burnett of Kempay,
20. In Heriot-row, Edinburgh, the Right Hon.
- At 76, George-street, Edinburgh, Mrs William
29. At 58, Queen-street, Edinburgh, Mrs M'Far-
23. At Whyteside-cottage, Polmont, Mrs Clark,
- At Edinburgh, Mrs Robert Nasmyth, a daugh-
At Buckland-Abbey, the lady of Sir Jolin
- At his Lordship's house in Piccadilly, Lou-
21. At Cornhill, near Aberdeen, the lady of Da-
27. At Inveresk, Mrs D. Elphinston, a son.
ville, a daughter
Adolphus Ross, a son.
2. Mrs Kermack, Albany-street, Edinburgh, a merchant, Glasgow, to Agnes, fourth daugliter of
William Bryson, Esq. of Risk. Lately. At No 18, Forth-street, Edinburgh, Mrs - At Glasgow, Mr James Arnot Storey, to Mary Orr, a son.
Ann, eldest daughter of Jas Galloway, Esq. writer At Willey-place, Farnham, the lady of Charles and lecturer on conveyancing. Grant, Esq. a daughter.
- At Cart-vale, Paisley, Mr Alexander WardThe Countess oi Verulam, a daughter.
rope, manufacturer, to Agnes, second daughter of John Fleming, Esq.
17. At the Manse of Tough, William Scott, Esą.
of Campfield, to Anne, daughter of the Rev. Alex. MARRIAGES.
Urquhart, minister of Tough.
19. At Mary-la-bone Church, London, Campbell May 30. At Philadelphia, North America, Fre- Marjoribanks, Esq. of Upper Wimpole-street, to derick Campbell Stewart, Esq. of Ascog, to Miss Mrs Parker, widow of the late William Parker, Maria Smith, second daughter of the late Judge Esq. of Bengal. Smith, of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. 21. At Pitcullo, Mr William Drummond, writer,
June 23. At Corfu, Major-General Sir Frederick Cupar-Fife, to Catherine, daughter of Mr Bell. Adam to the Signora Diamantina Pallatiano.
23. Lieutenant-Colonel Raikes of the Coldstream July 17. Jonn Farquhar, Esq. of Pitscandly, guards, to Louisa, youngest daughter of Henry Forfarshire, to Mary Aun, daughter of Mr George Boulton, Esq. of Givon's-grove, Surrey. Shillito of Upper Thames-street, London,
25. At Edinburgh, Mr William Miller, writer, 22. At Doddington, Mr James Ormston, mer- to Christian, eldest daughter of the late Mr Wm chant, London, to Miss Atkinson, daughter of the Brown, editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal. late William Atkinson, Esq. Yeavering.
26. At London, Thomas Mackenzie, Esq. of 24. At Everton, Myles Sandys, jun. Esq. eldest Marlborough-square, son of the late Charles Macson of Myles Sandys, Esq. Graythwaite-hall, Lan- kenzie, Esq. writer, of this city, to Miss Teresa cashire, to Frances, fifth daughter of the late Tho Redings, daughter of — Redings, Esq. merchant mas France, Esq. Bostock-hail.
in Cork. 27. At Greenock, Mr H. C. Sempill, Glasgow, - At Glasgow, by the Rev. Dr Ranken, Duncan to Susan Am, second daughter of Mr John Dow, Campbell,
Esq. of Duncholgine, to Miss M'CorGreenock.
quodale, daughter of Mr M'Corquodale, merchant 31. At Greenock, Mr Daniel M‘Kellar, mer- in Oban. chant, to Miss Wilhelmena Jane Monteath.
- At Edinburgh, Mr Thomas Happer, surgeon, At Kelso, Mr David Rider, manufacturer, Sunderland, to Miss Jessie Lock, youngest daugh Leeds, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr Joseph ter of Mr Peter Lock, wood-merchant, Leith-walk. Henderson, draper, Kelso.
Flatt, Liddisdale, Roxburghshire, Robert Aug. l. At Newton-stewart, the Rev. Charles Elliott, Esq. of Redheugh and Tarras, to Jessie, Anderson, minister of Closeburn, to Elizabeth eldest
daughter of John Elliot, Esq. Hathorn, daughter of William Macmillan, Esq. - At Edinburgh, Mr Henry Scott, junior, hat.
- At Braehouse, James Stewart, Esq. of Cross- manufacturer, to Isabella, eldest daughter of the mount, and Captain in the 82d regiment of foot, to late John Martin, Esq. Lauriston-place. Jane, eldest daughter of Captain Campbell, Bore- 29. At Great King-street, Willian Thomas Carland.
ruthers, Esq. of Dormont, to Helen, daughter of - At George's-street, Edinburgh, Mitchell Pati. the late Donald Maclachlan, Esq. of Maclachlan. son, S. S. C. to Mary, daughter of Mr John Bryce; - At Edinburgh, Lieutenant W. C. Anderson, Carluke.
royal horse artillery, to Miss Gibson of Harehope, - At Liverpool, Mr Robert Stewart, writing. only child of the late George Gibson of Brewlands master and accountant, St James's-square, Edinburgh, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late John 31. At Edinburgh, James Ritchie, Esq. of the Powell, Esq. of Liverpool.
67th regiment, to Mary, eldest daughter of Dr 2. At Edinburgh, Francis Cobham, Esq. M. D. Minto, George-street. of the island of Barbadoes, to Mary Harvie, eldest daughter of William Gordon M'Crae, Esq.
7. At Edinburgh, Mr William Ross, clothier, St Andrew-street, to Catharine, daughter of the late Mr James Richardson.
DEATHS. - At Mountblow, Mr Alexander Cochran of Kirktonfield, to Jessie, eldest daughter of the late Nov. 12, 1819. At Bombay, James Erskine, LieuJohn Bowie, Esq. Paisley.
tenant of the 4th regt. of native infantry, youngest 8. At Leith, Mr John Taylor, merchant there, son of the late Colonel James Francis Erskine. to Jane, daughter of William Lamont, Esq. con- Jan. 19, 1820. At Namcul, in the Mysore countrolling surveyor of his Majesty's customs, Leith. try, Lieut.-Col. Olof Godlier Fehrzen, 53d regt. of
At Fenton, John Hope, Esq. 89th regiment a spasmodic cholera, which carried him off in a few to Helen, youngest daughter of the late George hours. Bogue, Esq. of Woodhall.
Feb. 11. At Madras, Dr Alexander Stewart, se- At Edinburgh, Mr William Whitehead, mer- cretary to the medical board, &c. at that place, chant, to Helen, second daughter of Mr Josiah youngest son of the late Captain Donald Stewart of Livingston, merchant.
Shierglass. 9. At London, Colonel Alexander Woodford of 24. At his plantation in East Florida, Lindsay the Coldstresin regiment of guards, aide-de-camp Toodie, Esq. son of the late Mr Andrew Toodie of to his Majesty, to Charlotte Mary Anne Fraser, St Andrews. eldest daughter of the late Charles Henry Fraser, April 14. At the Cape of Good Hope, whether Esq. formerly his Majesty's Minister Plenipotenti- he had gone for the benefit of his health, Hugh ary to the Circle of Lower Saxony.
Spottiswood, Esq. of the civil service on the Ma- At London, William Bowles, Esq. captain in dras establishment. the royal navy, to the Hon. Frances Temple, eldest 42. In M'Intosh county, Georgia, America, John daughter of the late Viscount Palmerston.
Raillie, Esq. 10. At Clyde-place, Glasgow, Mr Alex. M.Nab, May 14. At Richmond Bay, Prince Edward's merchant, to Margaret, only daughter of Mr P. Island, North America, the Rev. Andrew Nicholl, Macfarlane, merchant.
minister of that place. 12. At London, Alexander Watson Law, Esq. of 31. At Sierra Leone, Mr Henry Alex. Elliott, the East India Company's service, to Elizabeth, royal navy, youngest son of the Rev. Robert Ellidaughter of Mr Robert Romanes of Cheapside. oti of Maitland-street, Edinburgh.
- At Chelsea, Charles C. Young, Esq. of Bur- June 8. At Edisto Ísland, South Carolina, Hen. ton-crescent, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Calder, Esq. late James Hay, Esq. of Sloane-street.
20. At Aux Cayes, in the island of St Domingo, 14. At Droit wich in Worcestershire, John Phil. John Ure, jun. Esq. and on the 28th, Geo. Lawlips, of Hanbury Hall, Esq. to Miss Weir, niece of son, Esq. both of Clasgow. the late John Weir of Broughton-house, Esg. 21. On board the ship Vibberts, on his passage
- At George-street, Edinburgh, John Jeffrey, from Jamaica to this country, Robert Murray, Esq. Esq. to Elizabeth Helen, eldest daughter of the
late of knap tale, in that island. Dr James Hunter, Professor of Logic in the Uni- July 3. Ai Trieste, Colonel Simpson of the royversity of St Andrews,
al imperial raarines, (a native of Fifeshire, Scot- At Risk, Stirlingshire, Mr Robert Kennely, land.)