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Little, T. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, linen-draper Sprigens, J. Chesham, Buckinghamshire, draper Lovenbury, M. Bradford, Wilts, victualler
Stevenson, A. Glasgow, cotton-manufacturer Lynch, M. Whitefriars, carman
Strickland, B. Budleigh Salterton, Devonshire, Marden, W. East Budleigh, Denbighshire, dealer dealer Maas, H. Provost-street, City-road, merchant Smith, E. Green Lettuce-lane, tea-dealer Mann, J. Leeds, brewer
Thwaites, T. Maplehurst, Kent, tallow-chand Marsden, T. Pimlico, horse-dealer
Thompson, J. Norwich, merchant Melton, M. and T. Highgate, builders
Tillotson, J. Warley, Yorkshire, cotton-spinner Messengton, R. Great Marlow, horse-dealer
Town, J. Yalding, Kerit, miller Murdock, J. P. Brown, and W. M'Girr, Notting Trehane, S. Exeter, silversmith ham, drapers
Trent, G. Bomton, Dorsetshire, maltster Myrtle, W. Brighton, hatter
Turner, T. W. Brentford, potter Norman, J. Lucas-street, Commercial-road, master Tweed, T. and R. Chingford Mills, millers mariner
Usherwood, T. jun. Tunbridge, Kent, farmer Norris, T. Bishopstone, Wilts, shoemaker
Ulph, W. Norwich, bombazin and cotton-manuOakes, J. King's Arms-buildings, Coruhill, com facturer mission-broker
Waldron, C. Liverpool, merchant Orme, J. Wigan, money-scrivener
Wall, c. Coventry, mercer Palmer, G. Mosterton, Dorsetshire, miller
Watson, T. James-street, Manchester-square, groPaulden, W. Macclesfield, linen-draper
cer Parker, A. Cheltenham, builder
Watkins, P. Bristol, oil and colour-man Peachy, J. Oxford-street, linen-draper
Westron, M. Wellington, mercer Pitt, J. Cirencester, woolstapler
Wilkinson, A, Liverpool, wine-merchant Porter, W. J. Charing-cross, slopseller
Willcocks, T. Holbor, umbrella-maker,
Wilson, J. Staincliffe, Yorkshire, merchant
Wingate, J. Bathwick, Somersetshire, moneyRew, R. and T. Thomason, Castle-street, White - scrivener chapel, horse-dealers
Wood, T. Trowbridge, clothier Roberts, S. Cheltenham, druggist
Wood, H. Rope-maker-street, Cripplegate, coachRutter, J, Winterton, Lincolnshire, merchant
smith Sarson, J. Kingsland, stage coach-proprietor Wolvell, T. Andover, linen-draper Schevieso, J. C. and F. Grosseau, haap-manufac. Wragge, F. F. Parish of St George, Gloucesterturers
shire, dealer Scurr, J. Doncaster, linen-draper
Wright, J. sen. Hart-street, Bloomsbury, upholSlade, W. Leeds, corn-merchant
sterer Smith, A. Lime Street-squarc, merchant
White, H. Strand-lane, printer Spence, J. Prince's-street, Westminster, corn-deal Yates, R. W. Manchester, cotton twist and weft
ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced
November 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
M‘Kendrick, Andrew, Glasgow, plasterer and
builder Alexander, George, Haikburn, parish of Rothie.
Pitcairn, David, Leith, merchant
Pitonirn, David Leith more may, farmer and cattle-dealer
Smith, James, Baronbarrow, dealer in wool and Anderson, Robert, Glasgow, wright and builder
corn Brown, James, Biggar, merchant-tailor
Sym, David, Glasgow, spirit-dealer Clyne, John, Leith, woollen-draper
Williamson, George, James, and William, AberCraig, Robert, Partick, miller and grain-dealer
deenshire, cattle-dealers Douglas, John, Dumfries, draper Dunn, John, Greenock, merchant and ship-owner
DIVIDENDS. Gibson, John, partner of the Halbeath Company, Baird, Alexander, Inverkeithing, merchant: by Fifeshire
William Scott, merchant in Edinburgh. Gordon, James, Aberdeen, merchant
Pappillon, Charles, Glasgow, merchant; by D. Hall and Handyside, Fisherrow, wood-merchants Bannatyne, merchant there Hyndman, Archibald, Greenock, cooper and fish. Young, David, Calton, Glasgow, wright; by curer
Alexander Main, accountant in Glasgow.
THE LATE JOHN STEWART, ESQ.'" The late Mr STEWART, Lecturer on Bon quently, Mr Stewart became a member of tany, who died at Edinburgh on the 3d the Medical Society, and also of the Werult. was a gentleman of very superior li- nerian Society of this city. He was one terary accomplishments, and particularly of the candidates for the botanical chair in ardent and indefatigable in the pursuit of the University of Glasgow last year, but his favourite science of Botany. Botany when he heard of the nomination of Dr in him, it may truly be said, has lost a Hooker, he was delighted, and declared valuable investigator and teacher ; indeed, that this circumstance made up for his he was just beginning to reap that due own disappointment. His acquirements meed of approbation from his contempo in the moral and physical sciences had earraries, consequent upon his arduous and ly recommended him as a junior friend enlightened exertions. His correspondence to the first literary characters in those with literary characters in this department branches, and among others to the late Dr in his own country, and even abroad, was T. Brown, Professor of Moral Fhilosophy. every day extending
In the ill state of health which eventually The Royal Physical Society of Edin terminated in the lamented death of that burgh, of which he was a member, early distinguished philosopher, Mr Stewart had appreciated his merits, and of this society the honour to be selected to read his leche was twice elected President. Subse tures, and selected wholly by Dr Brown
himself. It may be added, that so grati. THE LATE PROFESSOR YOUNG. fied and sensible were the gentlemen at DIED at Glasgow, on the 13th inst. John tending the Moral Philosophy class of the Young, A. M. Professor of Greek in the zeal and ability with which Mr Stewart College of Glasgow, deeply lamented by performed the duties of the office, that his family and his friends by the society they unanimously voted to him a piece of of which, during the long period of fortygold plate, as a testimony of their appro- six years, he was a distinguished member bation. Mr Stewart has since edited that and by the literary world, as one of the gentleman's lectures ; indeed, he may be first Greek scholars of the age. This dissaid to bave expired while engaged in the tinguished literary character, so long the correction of the last sheets of his friend's ornament of the University of Glasgow, posthumous work. A valuable article, un- ' departed this life very suddenly. He had der the title Musci, to appear in the next gone in to take a warm bath at George's number of the Edinburgh Encyclopædia, Inn, in perfect health, between three and was also but just finished by Mr Stewart four in the afternoon of that day, and upat this eventfui period.
on the servant entering the room he found It may not perhaps be generally known, him sitting lifeless in the water. 'On that Mr Stewart had availed himself of an Thursday his remains were attended to the eligible and very flattering offer of going grave by a vast number, consisting of alout as a naturalist for a few years to South most the whole body belonging to the Col. America, (Chili,) where a vast field of bo. lege, along with the principal of the clergy, tanical research, hitherto but very partial and numerous friends and admirers. All ly explored, awaited him; and where a the classes, along with the professors, walkmind, vigorous and ardent as his, was to ed in their gowns. His own (viz. the have full scope in the prosecution of its fa- Greek) class walked first in order, each of vourite pursuit. His books, papers, and the individuals composing it exhibiting evi. apparatus, were packing, and he himself dent marks of grief for the heavy loss they prepares to sail, but the fiat of Omnipo had sustained in the death of their lamenttence had gone forth ; the fond anticipa. ed Professor. These were followed by the tion of friends, his own well laid arrange- Professors; after whom came the other ments for successful investigation, the gown classes. The streets were filled with hopes, and, in him, the longings of science, innumerable spectators. His remains were were all to fade and pass from view, and deposited in the burial-ground of the Col. he was to be numbered with the silent, lege. but not forgotten in the grave.
BIRTHS, MAKRIAGES, DEATHS.
31. Mrs Hutchins, George Street, Edin. Oct. 22. At Lord Belgrave's house, in burgh, a daughter. Grosvenor Square, London, Lady Bele Nov. 2. At No. 7, Albany Street, Edin. grave, a daughter.
burgh, the lady of James Wilson, Esq. ada 24. The wife oi' Andrew Elder, a far. vocate, a daughter, mer's servant in Pencaitland, East Lothian, 4. At Dundas Street, Edinburgh, Mrs was safely delivered of three fine boys, who, Colonel Robertson of Hallcraig, a daughwith the mother, are doing well.
ter. 25. At Cliffdalc, in Orkney, Mrs Bal... At Edinburgh, the lady of Philip four, a son.
Hay, Esq. of Balmakewan, a son. 28. At the house of his Royal Highness At James's Place, Leith, Mrs Robert the Duke of Clarence, in Audley Square, Dudgeon, a son. London, the lady of Colonel Fitzclarence, 6. At Thornton House, Mrs Cuningham a daughter.
of Thornton, a son. 29. At Montrose, the wife of the Rev. - At Queen Street, Edinburgh, Mrs F. Joseph Paterson, a daughter. " Walker, a daughter.
Mrs Bell, 9, Queen Street, a daughter. 7. At Dalzell, Mrs Hamilton, a son. ** - In Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, the 8.' At Castle Fraser, Mrs Fraser, à Hon. Mrs Dundas of Dundas, a daughter. daughter.
30. In Montague Place, Russell Square, 9. At Edinburgh, Mrs Archibald ConLondon, the lady of Captain William For. stable, a daughter. rest, a daughter.
10. At Edinburgh, Mrs Henry Black, 31. At his house in George Street, Edin. . of Quebec, a daughter. 'burgh, the lady of Lieut.-General Hope, Jl. At Edinburgh, the lady of William a daughter.
Ferguson, Esq. of Kilry, a son. · VOL. VII.
11. The lady of Robert Scott Moncrieff, Hobart, and sister to the Earl of BuckingEsq, a daughter...'
hamshire. 12. At 16, Heriot Row, Edinburgh, the 6. Captain Charles George Stanhope, son Hon. Mrs Wardlaw, a daughter.
of the late Rear-Admiral Stanhope, to Jane, -Mrs Craufurd, Picardy Place, Edin. eldest daughter of Sir James Galbraith, burgh, a son.
Bart. of Urney Park, county of Tyrone, 16. At Balthayock, Perthshire, the lady Ireland. of Adam Fergusson, Esq. of Woodhill, à 7. At Holmhill, Dumfries-shire, Adam son.
Mosman, Esq. of Liverpool, to Harriet, 19. At Glasgow, Mrs Colin Campbell, eldest daughter of the late Captain William Jura, a daughter.
Douglas, 1 lth regiment of foot. 21. At Rose Bank, Mrs Dunbar, a son. At Dumfries, William Drysdale,
- At Coates House, Edinburgh, the Esq. W. S. to Mrs Copland, of that place. Right Honourable Lady Elibank, a daugh. 9. At London, D. J. Ballingall, Esq. ter.
eldest son of Major-General Ballingall, to At Stevenson Mains, East Lothian, Dorcas, daughter of the late Thomas Ward Mrs William Bogue, a son.
of Sandhurst, Kent, Esq.
- At Park House, Banffshire, Patrick MARRIAGES.
Steuart, Esq. of Auchlunkart, to Rachel,
only daughter of the late Lachlan Gordon, Oct. 24. At Leith, Benjamin Pilliner, Esq. of Park. Esq. to Mrs Gwynne, widow of the late - H. T. Liddell, Esq. eldest son of Sir Rev. Frederick Gwynne,
T. H. Liddell, Bart. of Ravensworth 28. At Edinburgh, Dr D. Irving, to Castle, Durham, to Isabella Horatio, Miss Laing, daughter of the late Mr Charles daughter of Lord George Seymour. Laing of Cannobie.
II. At Duffus, the Rev. Charles Fyvie, 30. At the Manse of Kirkpatrick-Fleming, to Jessie, second daughter of Mr Adam, William Thomson, jun. Esq. writer, Dum late of Westfield, Morayshire. fries, to Catherine, second daughter of the 14. At Aberdeen, John Smith, Esq. ad. Rev. Mr Monilaws, minister of that pa- vocate, Aberdeen, to Jane, eldest daughter rish.
of Alexander Shirrefs, Esq. - At Gordon Hall, Aberdeenshire, Gi. - At St Paul's Chapel, Edinburgh, deon Cranstoun, Esq. of Xerez de la Fron- Thomas Hamilton, Esq. brother of Sir tera, in Spain, to Salvadora, eldest daugh- William Hamilton, Bart. to Miss Ann ter of James Gordon, Esq. of the same Montgomery Campbell, daughter of the place.
late Archibald Montgomery Campbell, - At Edinburgh, Alexander Spiers Esq. of Upper Wimpole Street, London. Crawford, Esq. 79th regiment, or Cameron - At Ann Street, St Bernard's, Archi. Highlanders, to Margaret, eldest daughter bald Ponton, Esq. to Agnes, youngest of John Mitchell, Esq. Pitt Street.
daughter of the late Mr William Lockhart, - At Dalreoch, the Rev. Robert Clark, writer, Edinburgh. Newtown Hamilton, Ireland, to Grace, - At Rachan, the Rev. Alexander only daughter of the Rev. James Clark, Brown, minister of Muirkirk, to Miss Dalreoch.
Loch, daughter of John Loch, Esq. of 31. At Montrose, Alexander Lindsay, Rachan. Esq. Captain of the Kellie Castle East In. 17. At Edinburgh, Peter Ramsay, Esq. diaman, to Miss Amy Cruickshank, only banker, to the Hon. Sasan Mary Hamil. daughter of Alexander Cruickshank, of ton, second daughter of the late Right Hon. Strickathro', Esq.
William, Lord Belhaven and Stenton. Nov. 1. At Cliffton, Major Macinnes, of 22. At Edinburgh, John Ramsay, Esq. the Bengal Establishment, to Mary Eliza. writer in Edinburgh, to Ann, daughter of beth Milward, youngest daughter of the the late George Ogilvy, Esq. of Westhall. late Bedingfield Pogson, Esq. of the island 23. At South Union Place, Glasgow, of St Christopher."
- Mr Gilbert Sanders, accountant there, to - At Inverary, John Stewart, Esq. of Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr WilAchadarhinaig, to Margaret, daughter of liam Ranken, Edinburgh. John Campbell, Esq. of Craignure.
- At Laurieston Place, Edinburgh, the 2. Colonel Douglas Mercer, of the 3d Rev. James Harper, North Leith, to Barguards, to Miss Rowley, second daughter bara, second daughter of the Rey. Dr Pedof Sir William Rowley, Bart. M. P. for die, Edinburgh. Suftolk.
Lately. At the residence of the British 3. At Edinburgh, Mr Alexander Callen. Ambassador at Paris, General Vatier, in der, surgeon, to Mary, eldest daughter of the service of his Most Christian Majesty, the late Mr John Porteous.
to Fanny, only daughter of the late Wal. 4. Jasper Lutzow Hagermann, Aid-de. ter Boyd, jun. Esq. Camp to the King of Denmark, to Har. At her father's house, Osgangs, Mr tiet, daughter of the late Hon. George Vere George Berry, 39, Gilmour Place, Edin
burgh, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr last of those brave veterans who fought
under the banners of the immortal Wolfe.
22. At Home Lacy, Herefordshire, her
Grace the Duchess of Norfolk, aged 71.
- At his house, Buccleuch Place, Edin-
Mains of Dollar.
formerly of the 42d regiment, and late Reay.
23. At Yardheads, Mr John Johnstone,
- At Glasgow, Mrs Scott, relict of the
17. In Jamaica, Hugh Walker, Esq. of merchant there.
- At Glasgow, Mrs Jean Crawford
Sept. 10. On board the ship Elizabeth, on the 100th year of her age. She spent her
Mr Alexander Thomson, writer there.
Stewart, Esq. of Garth.
Isobella Crawford, wife of Mr T. Lurchen,
- At Stornoway, 12 years of age,
9. At Greenock, Miss Isabella Young, - At Kelton Mains, near Dumfries,
w At Tradeston, Glasgow, Mrs Park, formerly of St Thomas in the East, in the
13. At her brother's house, York Place, - At Lency, Catherine Lesly, daugh-
15. Át Leipsic, Field-Marshal Prince ford, Esq. of Cowdonhill.
AtGlasgow, Dr Patrick Cumin,
merchant, English Street, aged 25 years.
19. At Strathaven, the Rev. Dr John 29. At Edinburgh, in the 82d year of
his age, the Rev. John Tough, D. D. late
30. At Hawick, in the 89th year of his panied Lord Amherst in the last Embassy
- At Inverkeithing, Mr George Beve. an account of that Embassy, and the dis-
- At the Manse of Edderton, the Rev. Lordship, as well as a most interesting
8. At Cheltenham, Capt. Valentine Fle-
- At his seat, the veteran poet, William
- At Farleigh House, Hants, in his son of Mr Barr, formerly Rector of the
- At St Ann's Lodge, Mrs Mundell,
10. At Edinburgh, Colonel Maxwell,
daughter of Robert Robb, farmer there.
13. At Sundrum, Miss Frances, daugh.
burgh, Lieut. Colonel Imrie.
At La Mancha Loanfoot, parish of
James Neil, late a shipmaster from that
faculties, to the last, and he died without
be ''At Glasgow, Mrs Sophia lleugh, events of his long life, 65 years of which he
eight old sailors who were living at Irvine
- At Edinburgh, John Carr, Esq. of
51st of his ministry. "Never, perhaps, had
of their pastor.
Street, Cheapside, John Man, Esq. much