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Course of Exchange, London, May 16.- -Amsterdam, 12 : 9. Ditto at sight, 12: 6. Rotterdam, 12 : 10. Antwerp, 12 : 10. Hamburgh, 37 : 10. Altona, 37: 11. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 70. Ditto, 25: 95. Bourdeaux, 26 : 95. Frankfort-onthe-Maine, 156. Petersburgh, 85, 3 U. Berlin, 7. Vienna, Eff flo., 10:28., Trieste, ditto, 10 : 28. Madrid, 35. Cadiz, 35. Bilboa, 35. Barcelona, 35. Seville, 35.
Gibraltar, 31. Leghorn, 47. Genoa, 43. Venice, 46. Buenos. Ayres, 43.
Naples, 38. Palerino, per oz. 114. Lisbon, 50k. Oporto, 507. Rio Janeiro, 414. Bahia, 45. Dublin, 14-Cork, 1d per cent.
Prices of Bullion, V oz.-Portugal Gold in coin, £.0.0.0. Foreign Gold in bars, £.3.17,60.- New Doubloons, £.0.0.0. New Dollars, Os. Od. Silver in bars standard, 4s. Jlfd.
Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey, 10s. Od. a 15s. 9d.—Cork or Dublin, 10s. a 15s. 90.-_Belfast, 10s. a 15s. 9d.-Hamburgh, 75. 6d. a 10s. 6d. -Jamaica, 258. a 308.Home, 40s. a 50s. gs.-_Greenland, out and home, 0 a 0 gs.
Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from 19th May to 17th June 1826.
May 24. May 31. June 7. June 14.
Prices of Stocks.-Edinburgh, 19th May 1826.
Price. Royal Bank of Scotland, .......
£.100 0 0£. 100 ( 0£. 170 00 Bank of Scotland,.....
83 6 0 83 6 0 No Sales. Commercial Banking Company of Scotland, 500 0 0 100 0 0 Do. National Banking Company,.
100 0 0 10 CO Do. British Linen Company,..
100 0 0 100 0 0 Edinburgh Friendly Insurance Company,.
100 0 0 Caledonian Fire Insurance Company,..
100 0 0 10 0 Ol Hercules Insurance Company,........
100 0 0 10 0 0
13 00 North British Insurance Company,.
200 0 0 10 0이 Edinburgh Life Assurance Company,
200 0 0 10 000 10 00 Insurance Company of Scotland,..
10 0 0 10 00 Scottish Union Insurance Company,
20 0 0 1 0 0 West-of-Scotland Insurance Company,
10 0 0 10 0 0 Edinburgh Coal Gas Company,
25 0 0 21 2 6 36 00 Ditto Oil Gas Company ,.................
25 0 0 16 10 0 Leith Oil Gas Company, ............
20 0 0 20 00 Edinburgh Portable Gas Company,
10 0 0
4 0 0 Edinburgh Joint Stock Water Company,
25 0 0 25 00 Forth and Clyde Canal Company ,...
400 16 0 Union Canal Company ,......
50 0 0
50 0 0 Australian Company,..........
40 00 Caledonian Iron and Foundry Company,.
25 0 0 2 5 0 Shotts Iron and Foundry Company,.
50 0 0
20 00 Edinburgh and Leith Glass Company,..
20 0 0
12 0 0 Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Alloa Glass Co.... 20 0 0 6 0 0 North British Loan Company,...........
50 0 0 300 London, Leith, Edin., & Glasgow Shipping Co. 0 0 0
0 0 0
이 Scotch Porter Brewery Company,
20 0 0 14 0 Leith and Hamburgh Shipping Company,.. 000
0 0 0 Caledonian Dairy Company,...
25 0 0 10 0 0 VOL. XVIII.
ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced between the 24th of
April and the 21st of May 1826 ; extracted from the London Gazette. Aitehison, J. Abchurch-lane, and St. Andrew's. Crosland, S. and B. Worth, Engine bridge, Yorksquare, Glasgow, bill-broker and merchant
shire, woollen-cloth-manufacturers Aldridge, J. W. Penton-street, Pentonville, apo- Crow, M. Little Bolton, Lancashire, tailor thecary
Crawshaw, T. Leeds, Yorkshire, woolstapler Ainsworth, E. Hamer-hall, Lancashire, woollen- Cund, R. Minton, Shropshire, maltster manufacturer
Dallimore, G. Devizes, Wiltshire, innkeeper Anderson, W. Manchester, dealer
Darby, T. Critchell-place, New North-road, Hox. Anstice, J. Patten and R. Thornhill, Old South- ton, plumber and glazier Sea House, ship-brokers
Davies, T. W. Liverpool, apothecary Archer, T. Pins green, Worcestershire, corn-dealer Davis, J. Chelsea, tallow-chandler Asdell, J. Oxford-street, coach-maker
Day, H. Bristol, dealer and chapman Askey, W. Woburn-buildings, Tavistock-square, Deacon, T. Skinner-street, Snowhill, tea-dealer tailor
Dean, J. Dean T. and Dean D. Portwood, CheAston, W. Toll End, Staffords hire, iron and coal- shire, iron-founders merchant
Dewhurst, B. East Redford, Nottinghardshire, Baker, W.J. St. John Street, Clerkenwell, orange- bookseller merchant
Dinham, J. Exeter, grocer Baker, G. F. and G. K. Pearson, Macclesfield, Dixon, H. and M. Gunston, St. James's-walk, silk-manufacturers
Clerkenwell, chemists Barber, J. T. Reading, Berkshire, teaman. Dolton, C. Chatham-place, Hackney. merchant Bardsley, E. Nottingham, lace-manufacturer Downing, F. sen. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, grocer Barton, J. High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, Dudley, T. B. W. King-street, Westminster, paper-maker
ormolu-manufacturer Beane, R. Clements-lane, Strand, victualler Dunn, W. Louth, Lincolnshire, corn-merchant Beaumont, R. Noble-street, London, riband-ma. Drews, L. Frome Selwood, Somersetshire, plum. nufacturer
ber Beardmore, G. Burslem, Staffordshire, builder Edourt, H. A. C. F. Cheltenham, dealer in fancy Benham, W. Brighthelmstone, builder
goods Best, G. Spring-gardens, wine-merchant
Eccles, R. Wakefield, Yorkshire, merchant Billinge, J. Warnford-court, London, broker Erskine, J. Talbot court, and Trigg Wharf, LonBishop, w. jun., Camden-place, Camden-town, don, merchant cheesemonger
Evans, T. Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, innBodenham, T. Commercial-road, grocer
keeper Booth, R. Laund-mill, Lancashire, worsted-spinner Fairbairn, A. King's Arm-yard, Coleman-street, Bottomley, S. Huddersfield, woolstapler
London, wine-merchant Bramwell, C. Baker-street, Portman-square, wine- Farren, J. Great Warner-street, Clerkenwell, merchant
brewer Bramall, J. Ashton-under-Lyne, innkeeper Fennel, J. Little Kington, Warwickshire, horseBradley, T. Worcester, chair-maker
dealer Brearley, J. and J. Brearley, Bolton-le-Moors, Fincham, F. Billiter-street, London, merchant Lancashire, iron-founders
Firth, J. Huddersfield, tailor. Brown, w. C. Coleman-street, London, wool- Fitch, W. Wood-street, Cheapside, grocer merchant
Fisher, J. Llanthavy, Skirrid, Monmouthshire, Brown, J. Norwich, boot-maker
maltster Brown, G. Bath, haberdasher
Fogg, R. Portwood, Cheshire, and G. Fogg. Brown, W. Haberdasher's-walk, Hoxton, linen- Sterndale, Manchester, brewers draper
Ford, W. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, grocer Brook, J. Honley Wood Bottom, Almondbury, Foster, J. and T. Clay, Macclesfield, silk-throwYorkshire, clothier
sters Buckley, J. Manchester, dealer and chapman Foulger, S. and B. Aavers, Norwich, bombazineBurbridge, W. and R. Burbridge, Birmingham, manufacturers gr zers
Fowler, W. Ford's-terrace, Lambeth-walk, baker Burrell, J. Homerton, brewer
Foxton, T. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant Butler, J. Bloomsgrove, Nottinghamshire, Lace- Frank, F. Old Burlington-street, St. James', manufacturer
Garforth, S. and J. Halifax, merchants
Gent, P. Congleton, Cheshire, silk-throwster Cattell, J. Wood-street, silkman
Gerrish, J. Bradford, Wiltshire, innkeeper Chandler, T. Bedminster, Somersetshire and Brise Gibbs, E. Brighton, carpenter tol, coach-builder
Gilbert, H. W. Redburn, Hertfordshire, innkeeper Chapman, R. Bagnigge-wells, brewer
Giles, J. Cheshire-cheese Public-house, NorthampChapman, S. P. King-street, warehouseman
ton-street, Clerkenwell, victualler Chalcroft, J. Brighthelmstone, Sussex, builder Goulden, J. Methley, Yorkshire, corn-miller Channon, J. Middleton-street, Spa.fields, London, Gorett, E. Bishop's-Hull, Somersetshire, serivener navy-agent and merchant
Goody, G. High-street, South wark, grocer Charlesworth, J. A. Fenchurch-buildings, tea- Green, C. Devonshire-square, Bishopsgate-street, broker
London, wine-merchant Charman, P. Piccadilly, jeweller
Grier, Jane, Bloomsbury-square, vender of me Chatterton, R, Southcoates, Yorkshire, merchant dicine Chesterman, B. Holles-street, carpenter
Groom, J. Watford, Hertfordsluire, tailor
Groom, T. Brinton, Norfolk, horse-dealer
Webber-street, London, coal-merchants Hall, J. and Hall, W. Leeds, brick-makers
Harrop. J. Grasscroft, Yorkshire, clothier Clarance, C. Great Parndon, Essex, farmer Harden, J. and P. Higginbotham, Macclesfield, Cook, H. Lancaster-place, Strand, navy-agent
Cheshire, silk-manufacturers Cookc, T. jun. Birmingham, brass-founder Hardie, D. Liverpool, merchant Copeland, J. Shelton, Staffordshire, grocer Hartley, W. Sheffield, provision-dealer Coster, R. Staining-lane, Wood-street, Cheapside, Harvey, w. Barnsley, Yorkshire, linen-manufacLondon, Merchant
turer Coyne, P. Welbeck-street, London, apothecary Headfort, J. and J. Court, Qut Parish of St. Phi. Cox, J. and B. Wills, Nottingham, cotton-mer. lip and Jacob, Gloucestershire, brick-makers chants
Hearne, J. Fenchurch-street, London, merchant
Hedges, G. Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, butcher Mills, W. Strand, London, tailor
Morgan, J. junior, and J. Aitchison, junior, Bris.
W. Liverpool, ship.chandier Hill, J. Manchester, provision-dealer
Monroy, J. Leicester-square, London, merchant Hilliard, W. E. Reddish, Worcester, chemist Moses, L. and Lewis Levy, Great St. Helen's, broIlolmes, w. York, carver and gilder
kers Holt, F. Liverpool, dealer
Moses, and L. Moses, Great Prescot-street, mer. Holt, T. Manchester, grocer
chants Hobson, T. Carlisle, Cumberland, mercer and Mottershead, T. Liverpool, commission-agent draper
Mudie, R. Bayswater, coal-merchant Hopkins, R. Bristol, cabinet-maker
Mulcaster, J.' Wood-street, Cheapside, London, Hoppe, C. King-street, Cheapside, London, mer. warehouseman chant
Newman, T. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder Hoy, G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer
North, J. Wrineswould, Leicestershire, butcher Hunter, W. Leeds, Britton, J. and J. Hunter, of Norrington, J. Doddington, Kent, baker
Borrowby, Yorkshire, linen-manufacturers Nosworthy, J. Moretonhampstead, Devonshire, Hunt, J. Cholsey, Berkshire, whitesmith
tanner Hurst, T. Hurst, J. and J. 0. Robinson, Water- Noyes, G. Strand, linen-draper 100-place, Pall-mall, booksellers
Ogilby, W. L. and Sir David Ogilby, Knight, InHusbands, s. Bloomsgrove, Nottinghamshire, gram-court, Fenchurch-street, London, mer. lace-manufacturer
chants Irish, M. Lewes, Sussex, lime-burner
O'Neil, J. Liverpool, merchant Isaac, Joel, Preston, Lancashire, jeweller
Ousey, J. Manchester, oil-merchant Jackman, R. junior, Colford, Gloucestershire, Owen, w. Carnarvon, druggist silk-throwster
Owen, J. Salford, Lancashire, dyer Jackson, M. C. Leeds, corn-factor
Owen, H. Liverpool, corn-dealer Jackson, W. Holbeck, Yorkshire, corn-miller Paiba, J. Great Russell-stteet, Corent-garden, Jackson, Dorothy, Birmingham, button-factor London, boot-maker Janes, T. City-road, London, timber-merchant Parker, T. Macclesfield, Cheshire, silk-manufacJameson, A. Green-street, Bethnal-green, builder turer Jeffroat, w. Kenilworth, Warwickshire, corn- Parkinson, T. Preston, Lancashire, machinefactor
maker Jennings, T, Canterbury, builder
Pearce, W. Chester, dealer Jenner, W. Liverpool, merchant
Pearce, F. H. Fulham, tinman Jenkins, J. and J. W. Cruttenden, Wapping, Pearson, F. Sheffield, edge-tool maker High-street, lighterman
Peele, J. senior, and J. Peele, junior, Egremont, Jellyman, J. and Jellyman, T. Downton, Wilt- Cumberland, sail-cloth manufacturers shire, paper-makers
Penn, T. Brightelmstone, Sussex, cabinet-maker Jones, H. Fore-street, Bishopsgate-street, London, Penny, G. Rood-lane, Fenchurch-street, London, merchant
coffee-dealer Jones, J. Chester, victualler
Penner, T. E. Newent, currier Jones, G. of Wooton-under-edge, Gloucestershire, Perrin, T. Marlborough,
Wiltshire, Cheesemonger victualler
Phillips, A. Bristol, mason and bricklayer Jones, D. Vincent-street, Lambeth, milkman Phipps, w. High-street, Shoreditch, willow-hatJones, W. Paternoster-row, London, bookseller manufacturer Jones, T. Crickhowell, Brecon, maltster
Pickrin, J. Lydcombe and Widcombe, SomersetJones, W. Rainham, barge-master
shire, builder Jordan, Maria, Birmingham, victualler
Pigott, W. Norwich, grocer Judd, R. R. Birmingham, corn-factor
Pointon, T. Manchester, victualler Kaye, W. Almonbury, dyer
Porter, G. Park-terrace, Regent's-park, London, Kelly, P. North-street, Poplar, provision-merchant linen-draper Knapp, W. Crawford-street, hatter
Preston, R. of Preston, Lancashire, innkeeper Knight, W. G. Ivy-lane, London, printer
Price, T. Chertsey, Surry, draper Knight, J. and H. Lacey, Paternoster-row, Lon- Probyn, W. Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, drug don, book sellers
gist Laird, D. Carlisle, Cumberland, draper
Prince, J. Manchester, victualler Langwith, J. Longendale, Cheshire, iron-founder Power, J. Colyton, Devonshire, builder Lawton, W, Brimstage, Cheshire, dealer
Ramsden, R. Southend, Essex, coach-master Leader, E. Cloughton, bacon-factor
Rickards, J. Aston, Warwickshire, builder Leader, W. Oxford-street, London, coach-maker Richardson, G. and J. Henderson, West Cowes, Lea, Bilston, miller
Isle of Wight, silk-mercers Lewis, C. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, money- Riesenbeck, G. Church-court, Clement's-lane, scrivener
London, merchant Lewis, H. Bridgnorth, Shropshire, innkeeper Rivers, G. Orchard-street, Portman-square, upLindsey, W. Coleman-street, London, merchant holsterer Littlewood, J. and N. Littlewood, Honley-wood, Riding, P. Derby, builder Nook, Yorkshire, clothiers
Robson, J. Manchester, victualler Lloyd, J. Norwood, Surry, corn-merchant Roberts, L. City-road Basin, wharfinger Locking, G. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant Robinson, R. Hin-top, Yorkshire, worsted-manuLongbottom, junior, of Bury-street, Bloomisbury, facturer job-master
Roberts, E. and J. Russell, Old-street, St. Luke's, Lowther, J. T. Loman's-pond, Southwark, mer. London, curriers chant
Roberts, E. M. Helmet-row, St. Luke's, London, Luck, G. Shoreditch, draper
iron-founder Lupton, T. Ingram-court, London, underwriter Roberts, W. Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, victualler Maiben, W. Brighton, stable-keeper
Rudd, T. Borough, Westmoreland, provisionMarshall, T. College-hill, Upper Thames-street, merchant iron and copper-merchant
Russel, J. and J. Robinson, Manchester, mer. Marmion, A. and R. Carr, Preston, Lancashire, chants corn-merchants
Rutlidge, R. Weedon, Beck, Northamptonshire, Marsden, T. Leeds, stuff-manufacturer
plumber Marrison, G. Norwich, dyer
Salter, R. Manchester, grocer Marsh, T. Bath, silk-mercer
Secker, J. G. Wardour-street, Soho, London, comMatthías, W. Everett-street, Russell-square, che dealer mist
Sharp, C. and w, D. Clarke, Berner’s-street, Mayston, W. Lilly-pot-lane, Foster-lane, Cheap- Mary-le-bone, London, upholsterers side, dealer in ribands
Shearn, C. Bath, confectioner Medley, S. Watling-street, London, tallow-chandler Sims, J. Nottingham, corn-factor Merry, R. Charing-cross, London, victualler Slee, S. and J. Woodrow, J. Upper East Smith Millington, J. Bloomsbury-square, London, dealer field, brewers in philosophical instruments
Smith, J. Horncastle, wine and spirit merchant
Smith, T. H. and J. Pember, Hatton-garden, Tronson, R. Liverpool, merchant
Truman, T. Ludgate-hill, London, auctionner Smith, F. A. and J. Allingham, New Brentford, Vanheson, G. Hackney-road, Middlesex, chemist feltmongers
and druggist Snell, R. P. Essex-street, Whitechapel, London, Vickers, J. Royalty-theatre, Wells-street, Wellpotato-merchant
close-square, London, gas-manufacturer Snewin, C. and P. Higgins, Berwick-street, Soho, Varley, J. Manchester, machine-maker London, timber-merchants
Wallwork, I Manchester, victualier Snowball, R. junior, Kirby, Grindalyth, York- Walmsley, D. Kingston-upon-Hull, grocer shire, sheep-jobber
Walton, W. Charles-street, Middlesex-hospital, Spencer, J. Red Lion-street, Clerkenwell, London, linen-draper jewellers
Ward, H. W. Grenada place, Old Kent-road, cheStokes, J. Bath, poulterer
mist Stansfield, H. H. King-sstreet, Cheapside, Lon- Ward, W. Leeds, patten-maker don, stuff-manufacturer
Ward, R. W. Middlesex-street, Whitechapel, and Stansfield, T. W. Leeds; H. Briggs, Blackwood; Star-street, Shadwell, wine-merchant
H. Stansfield, Burley, and Stansfield, Hamer, Warrington, T. senjor, Hart-street, Mark-lane, Burley, merchants
wine and spirit-merchant Starkey, J. C. and W. Starkey, Little Pulteney. Webb, J. Atford, Wiltshire, farmer
street, Golden-square, London, brewers Wells, T. Waterhouse, Lincoln, scrivener Stelfox, Dobcross, Yorkshire, woollen-eloth ma- Welsh, A. Leeds, common-carrier nufacturers
Were, T. Bucklersbury, and Wellington-street, Stenson, J. Nottingham, commission-agent
Strand, London, bill-broker and stationer Steele, T. Disley, Cheshire, cotton-spinner Westall, J. Rochdale, Lancashire, bookseller Stokoe, W. Hexham, Northumberland, tanner Wheadon, J. Rath, grocer Spawton, C. Northampton, tallow-chandler Whitehead, M. Preston, Lancashire, innkeeper Summers, J. Leeds, cloth-dresser
Whitehead, J. and J. Whitehead, Denshaw, YorkTate, G. New Shoreham, Sussex, timber-merchant shire, merchants Taylor, T. Clement's inn, money-scrivener Whitehead, J. Denshaw, Yorkshire, merchant Taylor, J. Strand, London, printer
Wilkinson, J. Sheffield, wood and ivory-turner Tetley, J. Street in Tong, Yorkshire, top-maker Willement, W. Colchester, crape and bombazineThompson, T. Waltham, Holy-cross, Essex, coal- manufacturer merchant
Wilde, J. Bowden, J. Gartside, T. and Z. Mavall, Thomas, J. and S. T. Gilbert, Exeter, linen-drapers Oldham, Lancashire, cotton-spinners Thomas, J. King, Gloucestershire, clothier Winstanley, W. Liverpool, shoemaker Thurgarland, G. Huddersfield, corn-dealer Wood, J. Wakefield, Yorkshire, dyer Tindall, H. Birmingham, wharfinger
Woolston, S. High-street, Bloomsbury, shoe Twentyman, J. senior, and Twentyman, junior, maker Crosthwaite, woollen-manufacturers
Wright, J. Eton, Buckinghamshire, coal-merchant
ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced
May 1826 ; extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Mungall, Robert, spirit dealer in Glasgow, and Allardice, Archibald and Co. printers and book
distiller at Mile-end sellers in Edinburgh
Ogilvy, James and Co. shawl manufacturers in Anderson, William, merchant in Dundee
Edinburgh Bowman, Alexander, wright and spirit-dealer,
Porteous, David, senior and Co. grain-dealers, Tradestown, Glasgow
Crieff Cowan, William, skinner in Greenock
Rankine, R., cotton-yarn merchant in Glasgow Dobie, Robert, merchant and ship-owner in Dy
Robertson, John, and Co. distillers in Tradeston, sart
of Glasgow Dunlop, James, cattle-dealer, Provanhall
Robertson, William, distiller at Crossburn, Dum. Fraser, Simon, timber-merchant in Glasgow
bartonshire Gardner, John, junior, hosier in Glasgow
Robertson, Thomas, auctioneer, and stoneware Gibson, Thomas, merchant and spirit-dealer at
merchant, and spirit dealer in Glasgow Springfield
Rollo, Clement, tobacco nist in Edinburgh Honey, George and Son, carriers in Arbroath Stewart, William, bookseller, Hanover-Street, Hilliard, William, merchant and general-agent in
Storm, David, builder, Downie Place, Edinburgh Henderson and Thomson, builders, Stockbridge,
Small, William, junior, manufacturer in Glasgow near Edinburgh
Smith, D. and Co. soda-makers at Port Dundas, Johnston James, and Sons, tanners in Glasgow
and merchants in Glasgow Jamieson, William M. and Co. wrights and tim.
Smith, Robert, bleacher at Darnley, Renfrewshire ber-merchants in Glasgow
Stirling, Francis, merchant and manufacturer in Kirkwood, Robert, agent in Glasgow
Arbroath Kerr, William, upholsterer in Paisley
Tweedie, Christian, haberdasher in Edinburgh Liddell, James, baker in Glasgow
Thomson, John, spirit dealer and builder in MÖKay, Robert, Alexander, merchant in Glasgow
North Leith M'Gregor, John and Co. calico-printers at Kelvin
Thomson, John, slater in Edinburgh haugh
Watt, Charles, merchant & auctioneer in Dundee Mitchell, John, merchant and manufacturer, St.
Weir, James, merchant and manufacturer in Ninian's
Arbroath M'Gown, D. and D. distillers at Glenmurray Wilson, John and Son, wire-workers in Glasgow Muir, Thomas, grocer and spirit-dealer in Kirk.
Cram, James and Co. merchants in Glasgow: by Mercer, Andrew, writer and builder in Paisley Alexander Mein, accountant there Martin, William, merchant and manufacturer in Douglas, William, merchant in Glasgow ; by Joha Arbroath
Walker, merchant there Manners, Alexander H. W. S. and builder in Edin. Ritchie,
Alex. deceased, bank-agent in Breehin: burgh
by the trustee there.
BRIGADIER ROBERT M‘DOWALL. Killed in action at Wattygnon, near detachment, consisting of his own corps, Prome, on the 16th November last, and 1000 reformed horse, in the Mahrat. Brigadier Robert M.Dowall, Lieutenant.
On the 1st April 1824, he was Colonel Commandmant of the 1st Euro. appointed a Lieutenant Colonel Compean Regiment, and commanding the mandant, (corresponding to the rank of 2d Brigade of Madras troops serving in Colonel in the British army), and shortly Ava. Brigadier M. Dowall was the se- afterwards, on the breaking out of the cond son of the late Archibald M‘Dowall, Burmese war, sailed with the expedition Esq, (a near descendant of the ancient for Rangoon, where he was actively em. family of M‘Douall of Logan,) who was ployed till August, when he embarked in for many years a leading member of the the expedition for the reduction of Tavoy Magistracy of Edinburgh. In February and Mergui, of which possessions, after 1797 this gallant officer landed in India their capture, he was appointed Goveras a Cadet ; and in January 1799 com. Having been promoted to com. menced his military career under the mand a brigade, he again joined the ar. command of the Duke of Wellington, my at Rangoon, under Sir Archibald then the Honourable Arthur Wellesley. Campbell, with whom he served till the From that period till his lamented death temporary cessation of hostilities. On the at the conclusion of the Burmese war, he termination of the armistice in November highly distinguished himself on many 1825, Brigadier M.Dowall was placed various occasions. At the memorable in command of two brigades of Native siege of Seringa patam, he commanded Infantry, and directed to attack a body one of the grenadier companies which of Burmese at Wattygoon. After a formed part of the storming column. In night march of upwards of 20 miles, he the different wars in which the India met the enemy, and succeeded, although Company were subsequently engaged, he obstinately opposed by overwhelming was almost constantly employed till Oce numbers, in driving them before him for tober 1810, when he was promoted to a several miles, till he reached some very Majority. He again took the field in strong works, which he had just recon. 1812, in the Southern Mahratta country; noitred, and was in the act of gallantly and in August 1815, he commanded the cheering his men, when he was shot in troops at Hyderabad, and rendered im. the forehead with a musket ball, and portant service in quelling the disturban- died instantaneously. Brigadier M‘Dow. ces which then wore so serious an aspect all was cut off in the vigour of life, before in that city. The following year he he had reached the age of 45, after 29 completely surprised and defeated a body years service in India. During the peof above 3000 Pindarries ; and for his riod of fifteen years in which he com. conduct in that successful enterprize, had manded a regiment, he brought the seveconferred him the high approbation of ral corps into the finest state of discipthe Governor General in Council, and line, while, at the same time, no officer had likewise the honour to receive the was ever more sincerely beloved by his thanks of the Honourable Court of Di. men. He was a worthy man, and a rectors. In April 1817, he commanded valuable officer. His conduct on the oce a large detachment employed in suppres. casion in which he unfortunately fell sing Trimbucjee Denglias' insurrection ; was the subject of admiration of the and in October following distinguished whole army, and his loss will be long himself at the battle of Nagpore. In and deeply lamented by his friends and January 1818, he was promoted to a companions in arms. Lieutenant-Colonelcy, and commanded a
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
BIRTHS. 1825. Dec. 18. At Calcutta, the Lady of Major John Craigie, a daughter.
1826. April 21. At Brussels, the Lady of Lieutenant-General Wood, a son.
28. Mrs Mathie, Craigbank, a son.
May 2. At Glasgow, Mrs Archibald Brown, a daughter.
May 3. At Elchies, the Lady of Captain C. M. G.Skinner, of the 1st dragoontguards, a daughter.
Mrs Robert Charles, London, her sixth son. 4. At London, the Right Honourable the Countess of Airly, a son and heir.
At the manse of Girthon, Mrs Jeffrey, a daughter.
5. Mrs John Brougham, a son.