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archdeacon of Wells, son of the Rev. E. Willis, Bishop of Bath and Wells. 13. Miss Vernon, eldest daughter of the Archbishop of York 15. The Lord Bishop of St Asaph, Dr Cleaver.-At Balemund House, Perthshire, Martin Dowlin, Esq. -At Pirn, Peebles-shire, Miss Violet Horsburgh, fifth daughter of Alexander Horsburgh, of Horsburgh, Esq. 17. At Edinburgh, Miss Murray, of Kincairny. 18. At Edinburgh, Brigadier-General W. Dickson, of Kilbucho, lieut.-governor of Cork, late of the 42d regiment. 19. Mr Wm. Lunn, bookseller.-At Edinburgh, Mrs Robert Campbell, wife of Mr James Reid of the exchequer.-At Edinburgh, Mr A. Peat, late of the excise, in his 92d year. 20. At Castlecraig, Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Sir Thomas Gibson Carmichael Skirling, Bart. 21. At Glasgow, in the 37th year of his age, William Spence, Esq. of Greenock-At Tweedhill, Mrs Logan, younger of Edrom.-At Gilmerton, in the prime of life, Robert Stevenson, surgeon. 22. At Edinburgh, Sir David Rae, of Eskgrove, Bart.-At London, Mrs Steele, wife of the Right Hon. T. Steele, and daughter of the late Gen. Sir David Lindsay, Bart. 26. Mrs Helen Sinclair, relict of Alexander Orme, Esq. late one of the Principal Clerks of Session. 28. At Frederick street, in her 89th year, Mrs Colonel Macdonald, relict of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Donald Macdonald 30. At Edinburgh, Richard Bannatine, Esq.-Sir John Boyd, Bart.-At Auchtifardell, Miss Jane Kennedy, of Romanno, aged 92.
12. At Irvine, James Blair, Esq. of Lochwards. 13. At Berlin, William Fettes, Esq. only son of Sir William Fettes, Bart. 16. Robert Hankey, Esq. governor of the London Assurance Company. Many gallant officers and men, on the glorious field of Waterloo. 19. At North St David Street, John Watson, Esq. writer, Edinburgh.-At Edinburgh, Mr T. Denham, assistant clerk of Session. 21. At Edinburgh, William Forbes, Esq. of Callander. 22. Master King, of great celebrity in the musical world. 23. John Eardley Wilmot, Esq son of the Right Hon. Sir J. Eardley W. knt.-At Edinburgh, James, second son of the Reverend Andrew Thomson, minister of St George's church. 24. At Gategill, the Rev. Adam Tait 25. Rev. Jeremiah Smith, formerly rector of Berwick, and vicar of Wartling, Sussex, both which he resigned when called to his residence. 30. A. Gifford Brabazon, Esq. son of the late Hon. Wm. Brabazon, M.P. for the county of Wicklow.
Robert Fulton, an eminent engineer. -Lately, at Round Green, Mr J. Steele, aged 102.-At Vienna, the Prince of Aremberg. He lost his life in consequence of a fall from his horse.
JUNE 3. Hon. Mrs Aston, relict of Col. H. Aston, daughter of the late Charles Lord Viscount Irwin. 4. At Manse of Cumnock, Brevet Major James Miller, of the 74th regiment, and late LieutenantColonel of the 23d Portuguese regiment. 5. Robert Burn, Esq. architect.-At Newton Don, Sir Alexander Don, Bart. 6. At Park of Troqueer, John Patie, Esq. of Crosslands. 7. At London, the Right Hon. James Sandilands, Lord Torphichen. 8. At Dundee, after a short illness, Mr R. T. Miller, bookseller.-At Eldersly House, Charlotte Fitzwilliam Spiers, third daughter of Archibald Spiers, Esq. M.P. 10. At Mill of Forest, near Stonehaven, William Young, Esq. sheriff-clerk of Kincardineshire. 11. Rev. James Phillot, D.D., rector and archdeacon of Bath,
JULY 1. The wife of J. Calcraft, Esq. M.P. 3. The wife of J. Dawkins, Esq. M.P. At Pendreich, James Weddell, Esq. aged 70. 5. At Edinburgh, Mr Henry Coventry, fourth son of the late John Coventry, Esq. of Douglers. 6. At Anstruther, Fifeshire, John Clarkson, Esq. at a very advanced age.-At Arbroath, Mrs Carnegie, of Balnamoon.-By his own hand, in a fit of insanity, occasioned by an ossification of the brain, Samuel Whitbread. Esq. M.P. 7. Aged 70, General Count De Reede De Ginckel, uncle to the present Earl of Athlone, many years ambas sador extraordinary from the States-General to the court of Berlin.-At Stonehaven, Mr John Lawson, postmaster there. 8. At Castle Bernard, near Cork, the Countess of Bandon. Her ladyship was the only daughter of Richard Earl of Shannon. 9. Clement Tudway, Esq. M.P. father of the House of Commons. At Drummore House, Jane, the only surviving daughter of the late George Mylne, Esq. of Langridge. 10. At Hilton, Eliza Susanna Deas, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Deas, of Hilton.-At West Sandwick, Shetland, Paul Robert
son, Esq. of Gossaburgh. 11. At Inverness, Mrs Mackintosh, of Aberarder.-At Duddingstone Manse, Emily Dalrymple, third daughter of the late Martin Dalrymple, Esq. of Fordel.-The Rev. John Torkington, D.D_master of Clare Hall, Cambridge. 12. F. Gregor, Esq. many years M.P. for Cornwall. 13. At Edinburgh, Gerolamo Stabilini, a native of Rome, for twenty-three years past well known as the leader of the Edinburgh concerts. At Mount Esk, Lasswade, A. Borthwick, Esq. late banker in Edinburgh. 16. In Canongate, William Wilson, commonly called Mortar Willie, at the advanced age of 106 years. 20. At Rippingale, aged 16, Ann Hardy. This young woman had attained the extraordinary height of seven feet two inches. 21. Right Hon. Lady Harriet Acland, widow of the the late Colonel Acland, and mother of the late Countess of Cardigan. 22. At London, Lady Callander, widow of Sir John Callander, Bart. of Westertown, Stirlingshire-At Lisbon, the celebrated engraver Bartalozzi. 25. At Sunderland, Ann Appleby, aged 103. She was able to go about selling earthenware till within a week of her death. 28. Vice-Admiral W. A. Otway. 29. E. Coleman, Esq. many years sergeant-at-arms to the House of Commons.
AUG. 1. At Venlaw House, Peebles, Mr Robert Gordon, writer to the signet. 6. David Alstone, Esq. of Auchterhard, late of the Hon. East India Company's military service in Bengal.-At PolmontBank, Mr White, aged 90. 7. General Charles Leigh, groom of the bed-chamber to the Prince Regent. He distinguished himself at the storming of Valenciennes in 1793. 8. At Edinburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Lothian, widow of Dr William Lothian, senior minister of Canongate. 11. At Inzion, David Mitchell, Esq. writer to the signet. 12. At London, Aubrey Beauclerk, Duke of St Alban's, Earl of Burford, Baron Vere, and Baron Heddington.— The Countess Dowager D'Alten, sister to Lord Trimbleston, and widow of Count D'Alten, who was killed before Dunkirk when that fortress was besieged by the Duke of York.-At Lasswade, Sarah Dunbar, wife of Mr Robert Dunbar, St John's Hill. 13. At Canal Bank, Paisley, Janet M'Farlane, relict of Robert MFarlane, Blarrea, aged 102 years and four months.—At Haddington, after a short ill
ness, on his way from London to Edin burgh, Thomas Morgan, Esq. late of the Bengal medical establishment.-At the Manse of Craig, Mr James Brewster, senior.-At Lennelhill, David Hogarth, Esq. of Hilton. 16. At Hope-street, Mrs Sands.
Mary, the wife of John Murray, Esq. commissary general to his Majesty's forces, and Georgiana, his eldest daughter. 17. At Camlarg Lodge, Miss Ann Woodburn, daughter of David Woodburn, Esq.-Rev. Rogers Porter Packwood, M. A.-19. At Greenock, Mr Nathaniel Graham, a native of Buttle, in Galloway, aged 98.-At London, John Scott, Esq. late chemist in Edinburgh. 22. The Lady of Sir Herbert Croft, Bart.-At Edinburgh, Miss G. Storie, daughter of the late Jas. Storie, Esq. Paisley. 24. At Glasgow, Mrs Margaret Naismith, relict of the late Jas. Roxburgh, Esq. of Bothwellshields-At Edinburgh, Mr J. Gray, of Blainslie. 27. At Glasgow, Robert Dennistoun, Esq. 28. At Hope Park, Walter Lothian, Esq. 29. At Bradley Hill, Derbyshire, Philip Earl of Chesterfield, Lord Stanhope, Knight of the Garter, aged sixty years. 30. At Picton Castle, the Right Hon. Lady Milford.—At Dunfermline, Miss Margaret Wardlaw, daughter of the late Sir David Wardlaw, Bart.-At Kinloch, Susan, second daughter of the late Thomas Kinnear, Esq. of Kinloch.-At Glasgow, Lieut.-Colonel Gwyn, inspecting field officer of the western district, aged 41.-At Brussels, of wounds received in the battle of Waterloo, Major A. J. M'Laine, of the 73d regiment.
SEPT. 2. At Edinburgh, Miss Jane Raitt, daughter of the late Thomas Raitt, Esq. of Longformacus,-At Annan, Thomas Johnstone, Esq. of Gutterbraes, in the 84th year of his age-At Marske Hall, Yorkshire, William, third son of the Hon. Lawrence Dundas. 3. The Lady of Sir John Aubrey, Bart. M. P. 4. Viscountess Fitzharris, aged 32. 5. At London, of a brain fever, and after a few days illness, Mr John Morton, many years printer of “The Sunday Review" newspaper.-At Nether Pladie, in the land of Craigston, and parish of Turriff, Mr John Allardyce, in the 63d year of his age. 10. Lady Metcalf, widow of the late Sir T. Metcalf. 11. At Old Aberdeen, in the 88th year of his age, Roderick Macleod, D. D. Principal of King's College. 12 In George's-square, Edinburgh, Miss Mait
land, eldest daughter of Adam Maitland, Esq. of Dundrennan. 13. The Right Honourable Lady Theresa Herbert, youngest daughter of the Earl of Carnarvon. 14. At Invergarry, Duncan Allaistair, son of Colonel Macdonell, of Glengarry. 16. At Bridge-end, Musselburgh, Henry Gillies, Esq. in the 70th year of his ageRev. E. Popham, D. D. formerly Fellow of Oriel College. 17. In his 82d year, the Rev. B. Barnard, prebendary of Peterborough cathedral. 18. At Dumfries, Miss Georgina Campbell, daughter of the late Matthew Campbell, Esq. Wigton. 19. At Main's House, Glasgow, Miss Euphemia Pirie, eldest daughter of the late Jas. Pirie, depute clerk of the High Court of Admiralty. 21. At Dumfries, John Hossack, Esq. of Glengaber, and of Buff Bay River, in the island of Jamaica. 22. At Edinburgh, very much regretted, SerjeantMajor Patrick Gould, of the late 1st regiment of Royal Edinburgh Volunteer Infantry, a situation he had held for twentyone years. 24. At Stirling, Mrs Ann Stewart, relict of James Stewart, Esq. of Gar.-David Morrison, Esq. of Trobachmains. 25. Aged 75, Sir Mordaunt Martin, Bart.-At George street, after a few days illness, Mrs Wardlaw, relict of Capt. William Wardlaw, royal navy.-The Rev. Thomas Monro, rector of Little Easton, Essex, author of many literary works. 26. John Willet Willet, Esq. formerly member of parliament for New Romney. 27. At Sanquhar, the Rev. Andrew Thomson, pastor of the associate antiburgher congregation there for 39 years.-At Sheerness, Mr Alexander Milne, of Edinburgh, aged 25, assistant-surgeon of the Iphigenia, and late of the Bellerophon.-At Genoa, in her 21st year, Lady Jean Montague, eldest daughter of his Grace the Duke of Manchester.-Lady Clavering, widow of Lieutenant-General Sir John Clavering, K. B.-At Gorgie Park, at an advanced age, Mrs Macdonald, of Hope-street, widow of Major Allan Macdonald, 59th regiment of foot. 28. Gilbert Gerard, D.D. Professor of Divinity in King's College, Aberdeen, and chaplain in ordinary to his Majesty. At Montreal, James Dunlop, Esq. much regretted. 29. Aged 75, Frederick Charles Reinhold, Esq. formerly a celebrated bass singer. 30. Mr Henry Macvicar, midshipman on board his Ma
jesty's sloop of war the Levant, youngest son of the late Neil Macvicar, Esq. sometime Lord Provost of Edinburgh-At Oban, after a long and painful illness, Alexander Stevenson, Esq. W. S.-Lady Clavering, widow of Sir John Clavering.
OCT. 1. At George Street, Capt. Alexander Todd, late of Alderstone. 2. Rev. Colin Milne, L.L.D. a well known author, and popular preacher. 5. At Tollcross, Captain Robert Rollo, in the 91st year of his age. Mr Francis Yates, of Wolverhampton, aged 94; and on the following Tuesday, the 10th, Mrs Eleanor Yates, his wife, aged 89. 9. George Baron Callan, one of the 28 representative peers of Ireland, in his 62d year. 10. At Maragall, Lisburn, Mrs Elizabeth Abbott, aged 102 years. 11. At Callander, Charles Camp. bell, Esq. of Lochdochart. 12. At Cholmondeley House, Piccadilly, London, after a long and severe illness, the Countess of Rocksavage.-Aged 20, Viscountess Malpas. 17. At Edinburgh, Mrs Deborah Cox, relict of Nicholas Cox, Esq. Lieu. tenant-Governor of Gaspee, &c. North Britain.-At Forres, Mrs Anna Logan, relict of the late Provost Forsyth. 18. At Gloucester, Rear-Admiral Trigge. At Coldstream, Robert Davidson, Esq. of Hoselaw, aged 65. House, Edinburgh, Mrs Margaret Cock21. At Morningside burn, wife of Mr Andrew Buchanan, jun. merchant in Glasgow.--At Roxburgh Place, Miss Jean Grant, of Pilmuir.—At Boston, the well-known Lincolnshire physician, Dr Moody, to the great regret of all his living patients. 23. At Ardfert Abbey, county of Kerry, John Earl of Glandore, Viscount Crosbie, and Baron Brandon, Custos Rotulorum, and a governor of that county; a privy counsellor of of the kingdom of Ireland, F.R.S. and S.A. and M.R.I.A. and one of the twenty-eight representative peers in the imperial parliament.-At Dublin, Robert Earl of Wicklow, Viscount Wicklow, and Baron Clonmore. 24. J. W. Knapp, Esq. L.L.D. -Calverly Bewicke, Esq. M.P. for Winchelsea. 25. At Edinburgh, Mrs Cook, wife of Walter Cook, Esq. writer to the signet; and, on the same day, Christina, her infant daughter. 26. At Culcabock House, Inverness, in the 84th year of his age, Arthur Robertson, Esq. of Inches.-At Kempsey Lodge, Worcestershire, Ca
tharine Adam, relict of John Neale, Esq. late of Willowyards, Ayrshire. 29. Lost off Ostend in a packet, the Hon. Mrs Carleton, mother of Lord Dorchester.Lately, in Mill Street, Liverpool, Mrs Ennis Margaret Neyton, aged 106. She possessed all her faculties to the last moment. -At Taylorstown, county of Wexford, at the great age of 122 years, Edward Connor.-At Clifton Hall, Sir Gervas Clifton, Bart. aged 71.-At his house, at Bennet's Hill, near Birmingham, at the age of 92, William Hutton, Esq. the venerable historian of Birmingham, and the author of various other works.
Nov. 1. John Coakley Lettsom, M.D. -The Right Hon. John Crosbie, Earl of Glandore. 4. At Liddalbank, Mrs Fairbairn, sister of the late Alexander Scott, Esq. of Sinton. 5. At Dublin, Mr Rock, late of the Theatre-Royal of that city, and formerly manager of the Edinburgh and Glasgow theatres. 6. At Dysart, Mrs Janet Spence, relict of Mr George Wal lace, in the 100dth year of her age. At Denton House, near Grantham, in the 82d year of his age, Sir William Earle Welby, Bart. His eldest son, now Sir William Earle Welby, Bart. M. P. for Grantham, succeeds him in his title and family estates. 9. At Smithston House, parish of Kilwinning, Alexander M'Gown, Esq. of Smithston. 10. At Edinburgh, Robert Scott Moncrieff, Esq. of Newhalls. -At Vauxhall, London, General Colin Mackenzie, Colonel of the 3d royal veteran battalion, aged 80. 11. At the advanced age of 70 years, Mr Maurice Margarot, chairman of the London Corresponding Society. In his 81st year, John Bayly, -Joanna, the wife of the Rev. John Jones, and only daughter of the Rev. Dr Rees. M.D. 12. The Rev. Horace Hammond, rector of Great Massingham. 15. In his 91st year, Charles Matthews, Esq.-The Rev. Matthias D'Oyley.--Colonel Edwards, of the East India service, and aidede-camp to the late nabob of Oude. He was wrecked near Ostend. 16. At Kelso, Mr Charles Waldie, banker, aged 65.-At Kelso, at the advanced age of 92, Mr Archibald Johnston, merchant.-At Edinburgh, Isabella Clementina, fifth daughter of Lieutenant-Col. Patrick Tytler. 17. In the Poor's-house at Dumfries, of which she had been an inmate for the last nine years,
Jane Thompson, at the very advanced age of 102. 17. At Lanark, much and justly regretted, John Simpson, Esq. late provost of that burgh.-At Clatterford, Isle of Wight, Major-Gen Robert Young, aged 45. 21. George Duckworth, Esq. in con. sequence of a fall from a horse. 22. Mrs Elizabeth Soane, wife of the celebrated architect-Rev. Henry Hodgson, LL.D., a gentleman well known in the literary world by several publications of merit. 24. In his 86th year, Sir George Chad, Bart. 25. J. P. Salomon, Esq. the celebrated performer on the violin.-The Rev. Hugh Colmondeley, dean of Chester, &c.
DEC. 3. At Dundee, Lady Douglas, widow of Sir Alexander Douglas, Bart. of Glenbervie.-Mrs Katharine Smith, spouse of John Dundas, Esq. clerk to the signet.-At Harrowgate, Miss Elizabeth Baillie, youngest daughter of the late Hon. George Baillie, of Jerviswoode 7. At Edinburgh, Miss Janet Kerr, eldest daugh. ter of the late William Kerr, Esq. surveyor of the General Post Office.-Mr Francis Montgomery, solicitor at law. 8. The Hon. Archibald Fraser of Lovat, at his seat of Beaufort Castle, in the Aird, near Inverness, in the 80th year of his age. 9. At Burnbank, Archibald Lamb, Esq. of Burnbank -At Dalswinton House, Patrick Miller, Esq. of Dalswinton, in the 86th year of his age,-In Cadogan Place, Sloane Street, London, A. M. Gore, widow of Major-General Arthur Gore.-John Charington, Esq. and on the 14th, his wife Catherine. 10. În his 87th year, Mr Henry Emlyn, an architect of eminence.-At Edinburgh, Robert Boyd, Esq. younger of Drum, writer to the signet. 11. At his house, Portobello, William Percival Pickford, Esq. of Royton Hall, Lancashire, aged 58.-At Merville Place, Stirling, Wil liam Deas, Esq. in the 89th year of his age.-At her house, Castle Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Forrest, widow of Walter Forrest, Esq. and sister of the late Vice-Admiral Sir George Home, Bart.-At Culross, the Rev. Robert Rolland, first minis ter of that parish, in the 88th year of his age, and 62d of his ministry 12. The Right Hon. Sir William Wynne, Knt.-At the Manse of Currie, the Rev. James Dick, deeply regretted by his parishioners and friends.-Dr Jackson, the learned and ve nerable Bishop of Oxford; he was made
Bishop of Oxford in 1812.-At Mausuary House, the Rev. John Kessin, minister of the Relief Congregation, Kilbarchan, in the 34th year of his age, and 7th of his ministry. 13. The Hon. General Bennet, only brother of the Earl of Tankerville. At her house in Elder Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Hay, relict of Colonel Lewis Hay, Royal Engineers. 14. At her house in George's Square, Edinburgh, Lady Don, in her 92d year.-At Glasgow, Mrs Janet Lindsay, wife of Professor Jardine, of that
University.-At Edinburgh, John Davidson, Esq. of Ravelrig. 15. At Arbroath, Miss Jean Carnegy, of Balnamoon. 16. In his 70th year, the most noble Charles duke of Norfolk. 19. Mr Robert Hudson, Mus. Bac., in his 84th year. 21. In his 76th year, the Rev. William Vincent, D D., dean of Westminster, and vicar of Islip, Oxon. 27. Eleanor, wife of Henry Hodg son, Esq. one of his Majesty's commissioners for the affairs of taxes.