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Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. 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

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT. The dry weather, which had produced such pernicious effects on the growing crop at the date of our last, continued (with the exception of a shower on the 15th) till the 24th, at which period serious apprehensions were entertained for every thing connected with vegetation. A moderate shower fell on the 24th, and less or more rain fell on each of the ten succeeding days, accompanied with a temperature averaging about 58° Fahrenheit. The depth of rain during that time amounted to two inches; since our last, to two inches and seven-tenths. As might have been expected, the effects of the rains on the growing crop has been particularly favourable. Wheat had the ear previously formed, and on light lands it was short ; but a luxuriance is now communicated to the plant that will insure a well-filled car. Lateral shoots of oats, that began to languish, have acquired fresh vigour ; early varieties are in full ear, and promise well. Barley that was early sown is in many instances rather thin, but shews a fine ear with dark-green foliage. Beans have elongated considerably ; and pease are now in full flower, and promise a bulky crop: Potatoes shew healthy spreading foliage ; early varieties swell rapidly. Turnips were for the most part sown before the rains, and a fair braird has been obtained; but an unusual number of annual weeds appear in every turnip field. The hay harvest commenced about the last week in June. The crop is light, and the weather has been rather unfavourable for getting it secured. A great breadth still remains in the small cock. The second cutting of clover comes forward boldly, and pastures now afford a full bite. Vegetation is about eighteen days earlier than at this period last year. In the corn market, sales have been rather dull of late, and prices begin to retrograde. A good deal of wheat is still on hand, and indifferent samples are almost unsaleable. In barley there is little doing. Oats continue to command a brisk sale, but prices are looking down; and bonded oats are now sure to meet the current crop in the market by the end of next month. The price of cattle has improved since the rains. Horses are not purchased with the same avidity as in the spring months. Sheep go off well, and wool is ex. pected to rise a little higher in price than last year.

Perthshire, 14th July 1824.

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Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from June 23, to July 14, 1824.

June 23. / June 30., July 7. | July 14.

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Bank Stock.........

2381 237 237 3 Pcent. reduced.................. 954

971 3 cent. consols.........

93 31 pcent. do......................

101 102 1013 1011 4 cent. do..................

101 Ditto New do.....................


106 India Stock..............

2893 Bonds............

83 Exchequer bills, (£.1000) .......


Consols for account................. 957 96
French 5 # cents..................103 f.25c.103fr.50c. 101f.37c. 101 fr.3c.

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ALPHABETICAL List of EnglISI BANKRUPTs, announced between the 20th

of May and the 20th of June 1824: extracted from the London Gazette. Ashbon, T. Canton-place, Poplar, underwriter. Hill, J. Carlisle, mercer. Austin, c. Luton, Bedfordshire, banker.

Hilder, J. Lime-street, victualler. Austin, J. B. Cheapside, druggist.

Holmes, T. Nottingham, corn-factor. Beale, c. Salisbury, oilman.

Hooman, J. Great Queen-street, Lincoln's InnBird, w. Liverpool, merchant.

fields, carpet-manufacturer. Bliss, E. Freeman's-court, Cornhill, scrivener, Humble, J. Manchester, shopkeeper. Booth, P. Gee Cross, Cheshire, cotton-spinner. Huntriss, W. Northowram, Yorkshire, cottonBulmer, G. D. Liverpool, money-scrivener.

spinner. Campion, R. Horsleydown, cooper

Jackson, E. York, goldsmith. Castell, J. Blackman-street, Newington, wire James, Cath. Horsham, innkeeper. worker.

Jameson, W. Pancras-lane, provision-merchant. Caulfield, P. Monkton, Pernbrokeshire, auctioneer. Joyce, H. S. and J. Freshford, Somersetshire, and Clark, R. and J. Jobling, jun. Trinity-square, T. Joyce, Bucklersbury, clothiers. coal-factors,

Kain, F. Fore-street, Limehouse, coal-merchant. Courteen, R. Size-lane, dealer.

Lewis, J. Bristol, grocer. Courthorpe, T. Rotherhithe, boat-builder.

M.Carthy, D. Shadwell, coal-merchant. Crooke, W. Burnley, Lancashire, iron-merchant. M.Kenzie, A. Lime-street, merchant. Drabwell, J. Great Russell-street, victualler. Makepeace, H. Bristol, coach-maker. Drew, T. Exeter, linen-draper.

Marshman, M. Trowbridge, clothier.
Duke, J. Basinghall-street, warehouseman.

Meybruch, F. Old Cavendish-street, tailor.
Edwards, G. and T. Hoggart, St John's-street, Moore, J. Bristol, timber-merchant.
West Smithfield, stationers.

Moore, J. sen. Burnley, Lancashire, cotton-spinner. Edwards, W. Bleinham-street, merchant.

Naish, J. Bristol, auctioneer. Evans, W. Albany-terrace, Old Kent-road, her. Noyes, J. Tooley-street, oilman. chant.

Pacey, T. Lincoln, mariner.' Everitt, J. Stamford Baron, horse-dealer.

Parke, J. Liverpool, druggist. Fairmaner, J. Alfred-mews, Tottenham-court road, Pine, T. and E. Davis, Maidstone, millers. horse-dealer.

Pomeroy, R. jun. Brixhamn, Devonshire, banker. Fatton, F. Maddox-street, Bond-street, watch Prestwidge, S. Drury-lane, grocer. maker.

Purchas, S. Yeovil, draper.
Finch, R. and J. Ensham, Oxfordshire, glovers. Raney, J. Whitehaven, banker.
Fishwick, W. Habergham, Eaves, Lancashire, Rawlings, R. and J. Frome Selwood, Somerset-

shire, card makers.
Gaskell, F. Glossip, Derbyshire, cotton-spinner. Roberts, J. Cheltenham, coal-merchant.
Giani, A. New Cavendish-street, music-publisher. Rossiter, T. Bristol, bottle-liquor merchant.
Gibson, R. J. P. Great Bell Alley, merchant.

Sanders, T. A. Penkridge, surgeon.
Griffiths, W. Beaumaris, currier.

Sherwin, J. and J. Drane, Gould-square, Crutched Hale, W. Church-street, Spitalfields, cabinet Friars, comb-makers. maker.

Sheriff, W. Liverpool, dealer. Hall, W. Laytoui's-buildings, Southwark, mer. Skaife, J. S. Takenhouse-yard, hatter. chant.

Smith, J. Church-passage, Fenchurch-street, moHalliwell, W. Bunhill-row, hatter.

ney-scrivener. Harrison, S. New Sleaford, Lincolnshire, mercer. Smith,' T. Chepstow, cabinet-maker. Hiffernan, J. N. Alphington, Devonshire, starch. Smith, F. B. A. and D. Old Trinity-house, corn. manufacturer.


Smyth, T. Exeter, bookseller.

Waterhouse, C. Bridgnorth, druggist. Spofforth, R. jun. Howden, Yorkshire, scrivener, Wells, T. Union-street, Southwark, hat-manufacStephenson, C. V. Liverpool, linen-draper.

turer. Symonds, N. W. Crutched Friars, merchant.

Whitaker, J. St Paul's Church-yard, music-seller. Thompson, J. Birmingham, victualler.

Whitbread, W. South-end, linen-draper. Thropp, J. Tooley-street, victualler.

White, W. B. Strand, linen-draper.' Todd, E. Charlton, Lancashire, cotton spinner. Willcox, O. Tottenham court-road, butcher. Tode, C. P. Regent-street, St James's, watch Williams, E. Fenchurch-street, wine-merchant maker.

Wilson, R. Turnham green, draper. Vankempen, P. Wapping-wall, brewer.

Wilson, R. Tooley-street, victualler. Warnford, F. Wakefield, tea-dealer.

Wylde, J. Macclesfield, victualler.

MI.cox, o. Tottrand, linen-dosa-draper,


June 1824 ; extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Thomson & Goodsir, muslin and lace-merchants Air, William, merchant in Coldstream.

in Edinburgh. Bell, James, fish-merchant in Perth.

Urquhart, George, brewer and distiller at Inver. Grant, Lewis, bookseller in Inverness.

ness. Gray, John, grain-merchant, corn-merchant, and

Wilson, Thomas, vintner at Bealtock Bridge. miller, residing at Comedy, Barony Parish of

DIVIDENDS. Glasgow. Gutzmer, Anthony Henry, founder, Leith Walk. Anderson, William, late tanner in Glasgow; by Harper, Alex. shawl-manufacturer in Kilmarnock. Robert Blaikie, merchant there. Huie, James Leith, bookseller and publisher in Finlay, Thomas, late builder in Elie, Fife; by D. Edinburgh.

S. Threshie, W.S. Edinburgh. Lee & Myers, jewellers, auctioneers, and general Knox, John & Sons, cotton-yarn merchants in agents in Glasgow.

Glasgow; by D. Cuthbertson, accountant Liddel, Robert, grocer, brewer, and baker, at there. Blantyre Toll

Rae, John, candle-maker in Edinburgh; by W. M.Donald, John Hall, merchant in Falkirk.

Sanderson, merchant there. M'Lean, Wm. & Sons, late merchants in Edin Ramsay, Smith, Graham, & Co. merchants in burgh.

Glasgow ; by Robert Blaikie, merchant there. Paul, William & James, distillers and merchants Watt, Thomas, & Co. merchants and warehousein Stirling.

men in Glasgow; by James Aitken, merchant Taylor, Patrick, spirit-dealer in Auctermuchty.


Obituary. DEATH OF THE RIGHT HON. LORD MACDONALD. It is with feelings of deep regret that we an- akin and Portree; not only to promote the trade nounce the decease of this amiable and distin of those villages, but generally as a protection to guished nobleman, who died at his house in Lon- shipping in a tempestuous sea. As an induce don, on Saturday the 19th June, after a protracted ment to himself and his successors to bive on illness, which came to a sudden termination.

their own estates, he began a magnificent castle His Lordship entered in early life into the ar. at Armidale, according to a design by Gillespie, my, and had the honour of serving for some years and carried it on so far towards a completion, in the Tenth, when that regiment was under the and embellished it with so much taste, that it is command of his present Majesty. He afterwards now one of the greatest ornaments of the north. raised a corps of fencibles, of which he continued His Lordship's constant endeavours also to imin command as long as that description of force prove the manufacture of kelp, and introduce was judged necessary for the defence of the the culture of hemp, to drain the marshes and kingdom. He likewise represented the borough cultivate wastes, to erect churches, mills, and of Saltash in Parliament for several sessions, bridges, and, by every means, to provide food and during which he was one of the most zealous and employment for the lower orders, will cause his disinterested supporters of the principles of Mr memory to be long cherished in the hearts of a Pitt.

grateful population. But it is from Lord Macdonald's patriotic la While other landowners were banishing the bours for the improvement of his vast estates in people from their properties, in order to intro the Hebrides, that an estimate of his character is duce sheep, it was Lord Macdonald's boast, that to be formed. Convinced that the first step to of a population of 24,000, not a man had been wards improvement is to render a country ac compelled to emigrate from his; and, to add but cessible, his Lordship made, with the assistance one remarkable circumstance more to this short of Government, upwards of 100 miles of public sketch, such was his kindness to his tenantry, road, on his own property, in the islands of Skye that, notwithstanding their numbers, and the ge and North Uist; subscribed largely towards the neral distress for the last few years, not one had formation of roads in districts leading to those his goods sequestrated from the time his Lordship islands, and built two handsome piers at Kyle came to his estates.


BIRTHS. 1824. Jan. 7. At Nagpore, the Lady of Andrew Ross, Esq. Assistant-Surgeon 2d battalion 18th regiment, a son.

May 24. In Coates Crescent, Ed inburgh, Mrs George Forbes, a daughter. 28. At Stewartfield, Mrs Veitch, a son.

At North Berwick, the Lady of Major-General Dalrymple, a son.

May. 29. At Woolwich, the Lady of Lieutenant William Cochrane Anderson, royal horse artillery, a daughter.

- Åt Coates Crescent, Edinburgh, the Lady of Captain Aytoun, R. A., & son.

30. At Penchrise, Mrs Pott, a son.

- At Forge Lodge, Dumfries-shire, the Lady of Pulteney Mein, Esq. a daughter.

June 2. At Queen-Street, Edinburgh, the Lady of E. W. H. Schenley, Esq. a daughter.

June 5: At Portobello, the Countess of Kintore, June 9. At Windsor Street, Leith-Walk, Mr John a daughter.

Connell, merchant, to Miss Elizabeth Johnson. - At Grandholin Cottage, the Lady of Lieut. 11. At Warriston Crescent, Edinburgh, David Colonel Lindsay, 78th Highlanders, a daughter. Canning, Esq. surgeon, to Mary Stewart, eldest

7. At Craigie manse, Mrs Dr Stirling, a daugh daughter of John Reid, Esq. ter.

12. At Edinburgh, A. F. Smith, Esq. surgeon, - At 31, Howe-Street, Edinburgh, the Lady of Kirkaldy, to Mary Ann, daughter of James Burn, John Hay, Esq. of the India Company's service, Esq. manufacturer, Edinburgh. a daughter.

11. At Glasgow, Robert Mitford Peacock, Esq. - At Croydon Farm, the Lady of John Ding eldest son of Robert Peacock, Esq. of Solsgirth wall of Brucklay, Esq. a daughter.

House, late of Calthorpe Hall, Yorkshire, to Mary, 9. At Links Place, Leith, Mrs Donaldson, a son. third daughter of Mr John M.Callum, wine-mer

10. The Lady of Warren Hastings Sands, Esq. chant, Glasgow. W.S. a son.

- At Glasgow, Mr Thomas Young, merchant, Mrs Jolly, 20, Windsor-Street, Edinburgh, to Catharine, second daughter of Mr John M.Cala daughter.

lum, wine merchant, Glasgow. 11. At Greenhead, Glasgow, the Lady of Capt. 15. At Paisley, Mr James Allan, jun. merchant, T. D. Stewart, of the Bengal cavalry, a son.

Glasgow, to Janet, second daughter of Thomas 12. At Rosebank, the Lady of kenneth Mac Leishman, of Oakshaw, Esq. lesy of Newmore, Esq. a daughter.

- At Pilrig-Street, Edinburgh, Robert Blackie, 13. At Park House, Kent, the Lady of Sir Esq. to Eliza, daughter of the late Burridge Pur. Henry R. Calder, Bart., a son.

vis, Esq. of Glassmount. 16. At Edinburgh, Mrs Borthwick, 83, George At the Haining, Archibald Douglas, Esq. son Street, a son.

of Archibald Douglas, Esq. of Adderstone, to 17. At Edinburgh, Mrs William Snell, a daugh. Margaret Violetta, daughter of the late Mark ter.

Pringle, Esq. of Clifton. 20. Mrs Richard Mackenzie, Abercromby Place, 16. At Craighead, Archibald Smith, Esq. merEdinburgh, a daughter.

chant, Glasgow, to Elizabeth, daughter of Tho- At Park Place, Edinburgh, Mrs Grant, ofmas M'Call, Esq. of Craighead Congalton, a son and heir.

17. At the Collegiate Church, Manchester, 22. Mrs Cook, Northumberland Street, Edin Charles Grant, Esq. of Barwood House, near burgh, a son.

Bury, to Mary Ann, only daughter of Thomas 25. At Edinburgh, Mrs Stewart of Glenormis- Worthington, Esq. of Sharson Hall, Cheshire. ton, a son.

19. At St George's Church, Hanover Square, - In Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, the Hon. London, Captain Fox, son of Lord Holland, to Mrs Duncan, a son.

Miss Mary Fitzclarence. - In Queen-Street, Edinburgh, the Lady of

21. At Park Place, Edinburgh, the Right Hon. Captain Henry Ferguson, a daughter.

the Earl of Leven and Melville, to Elizabeth Ann Lately. At the Upper Lodge, Bushy Park, the

Campbell, second daughter of the Hon. Lord Lady of Colonel Fitzclarence, a son.


- At Edinburgh, Munro Ross, Esq. of Rosshill, MARRIAGES.

to Grace, youngest daughter of the late John

Cuming, Esq. 1823. Dec. 22. At Nusseerabad, at the house of 22. At Glasgow, Thomas Campbell, Esq. to Sir David Ochterlony, Bart. G.C.B. Wm. Seton Agnes, second daughter of Kirkman Finlay, Esq. Charters, Esq. M.D. of the Bengal medical estab of Castle Toward. lishment, to Louisa Scott, youngest daughter of - At Woodhill, Thomas Bannerman, Esq. to the late George Smith, Esq. of Canton.

Jane, second daughter of George Hogarth, junior, • 1894. April 29. At Bridge Town, Barbadoes, Esq. of Woodhill. William Moffat, Esq. to Miss Emily Woolford, only daughter of J. Woolford, Esq. merchant

DEATHS. May 21. At London, the Rev. William Robin. 1824. Jan. 12. At Madras, James Waddell, Esq. son, son of Sir John Robinson, Bart. to the Hon. 19. At Batavia, Henry Band, son of the late Susanna Sophia Flower, eldest daughter of Lord Mr Henry Band, merchant in Leith. Viscount Ashbrook.

March 14, At Montreal, suddenly, of asphyxia, - Philip Anglin, Esq. M.D. of the island of the Rev. T. Hill. This gentleman came to this Jamaica, to Catharine Margaret, eldest daughter country last fall from Edinburgh, and being a of the late Colonel John Robertson.

regularly educated and ordained minister of that 35. At Banff, George Craigie, Esq. M.D. of the body of Christians known by the name of Pres. Bengal medical service, to Jane, only daughter of byterians, had been preaching in the church of John Wilson, Esq.

St Peter's Street in Montreal, ever since, as assist June 1. At Paris, the Prince Polignac, to Ma

ant to the Rev. Mr Easton. After morning ser dame le Marquise de Choiseul, widow of the vice on Sunday, and performing his functions as Marquis de Choiseul, and niece to Lord Rancliffe. usual, he returned to his lodgings, and had just

- At Burntsfield Place, Edinburgh, William seated himself, when he fell on the floor lifeless. Bowden, Esg. of Hull, to Margaret Sawers, eldest 25. At Islington Pen, St Andrew's, Jamaica, at daughter of Archibald Anderson, Esq.

an advanced age, the Hon. James Stewart Custos, - At Bo'ness, Islay Burns, Esq.surveyor of his and late one of the representatives in the Hon. Majesty's Customs, to Janet, third daughter of House of Assembly for that parish ; also a Judge the late Andrew Milne, Esq. merchant there.

in the Supremo Court of Judicature, and Auditor- At Drumpellier, Lieut. John Hay, R. N. to General and Surveyor of the parish revenues, Manon, eldest daughter of David Carrick Bu May 6. At Foveran House, Aberdeenshire, John chanan, Esq. of Drumpellier.

Robertson, Esq. of Foveran. - At the house of Andrew Wauchope, Esq. 15. At Norham, Lieutenant Cornelius Murray, Salisbury Road, Edinburgh, Dr James Kellie, of the 101st regiment, son of the late Daniel Mur. physician in Dunbar, to Mary, second daughter ray, Esq. of Overdurdie and Christianbank, aged of the late Mr George Wauchope.

thirty-three. 2. At Gayfield Square, Edinburgh, David Ar 18. At Islington, in his 31st year, the Rev. thur Davies, Esq. surgeon, Llanally, to Spencer George Strahan, D.D. Prebendary of Rochester, Boyd, eldest daughter of Andrew Sievwright, Esq. Rector of Kingsdown, Kent, and Vicar of Islingmerchant, Edinburgh.

ton. Dr S. was the second of the three sons of 7. At Tunbridge Wells, William Thomas Thorn the late eminent printer, William Strahan, Esq. ton, Esq. to Hannah Isabella Cornelia, eldest M. P. and elder brother to Andrew Strahan, Esq. daughter of the late Colonel Halket Craigie of the present printer to the King, and many years Haithill in the county of Fife.

M.P. - At St George's, Hanover Square, London, 19. At Bervie, Dr Robert Napier. the Hon. Captain W. L. Fitzgerald, De Roos, of 22. At Leith, Mr Alex. Paterson, ironmonger, the 1st regiment of life guards, to Lady Georgiana (late of Stirling.) Lennox, daughter of the Duke of Richmond.

-John Parry, Esq. Vice Warden of the Stan. & At Glasgow, John Graham, Esq. of Nether naries for Devonshire, and formerly proprietor of Glenny, to Isabella, second daughter of James the London Courier. Stiren, Esq. Glasgow.

- Mrs Elizabeth Sinclair, relict of the late John


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