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25. At Pinhel, in Portugal, of exceffive fatigue, Captain R. Browne, of the 1ft battalion 88th regiment of foot, a few hours before the place was entered by a party of the enemy.
AUG. 5. Six days after the birth of a fon, in the 22d year of her age, Lady St John Mildmay, wife of Sir Henry St John Mildmay, Bart.
At Dunfe, Mr Thomas Murray, many years furgeon in that place, greatly regretted by his family, and numerous friends and acquaintances.
6. At Edinburgh, Mifs Ann Honeyman, youngest daughter of the late Pat. Honey man, Efq. of Græmfay.
7. At Carlisle, much and deservedly refpected, the Rev. George Thomfon, A. M. aged 65, 35 of which he had been minifter of the diffenting meeting-houfe in Abbeyfreet. He was the author of "The Spirit of General History," which is esteemed a judicious and compact fummary of the principal events tranfacted in Europe from the fixth to the fixteenth century.
13. At London, Major Silvester Ramfay, late of the Hon. Eait India Company's fervice.
At Skaill, near Stromness, William Watt, Efq. of Brecknefs, in the 81ft year of his age.
- At Venice, the French General Menou, fo well known by the campaign in Egypt. He appears to have been a favourite of Bonaparte, for he protected him on his return to France against all his officers, who attributed the neceffity of evacuating that country to his mifmanagement. Like his friend Bonaparte, he changed his religion, married an Egyptian woman, wore the turban, and took the name of Abdallah Menou. Bonaparte made him a count, and governor of Venice, but never entrusted him with any military command, where active operations were going on.
14. At Manfe of Maderty, in the 20th year of her age, much and juftly lamented, Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. James Ramfay, minifter of that parish.
15. At Edinburgh, after a long and painful illness, which the bore with becoming fortitude and refignation, Mrs Marion Baxter, aged 30, wife of Robert Lucas, grocet, High Street. She has left a family of feven children
children, deeply to deplore their irreparable lofs, and fhe will long live in the remembrance of her numerous friends and acquaintances.
15. At Edinburgh, Captain Thomas Hewan, late of the 4th dragoons.
16 At Gayfield Place, John Crawford,
Efq. At Lauder, Mr Robert Romanes, writer there, much and juftly regretted. 18. At Upper Laffwade, Mary James Mackenzie, fixth daughter of Kenneth Mackenzie, Elq. W. S.
19. In Tavistock-row, Covent Garden, London, Mrs Johnstone, wife of Mr JohnRone, of the Drury-Lane Company.
At Huntly, Mr Alexander Thomson, furgeon.
20. In the Royal Naval Hofpital, Stone houfe, of a decline, Edward Hampden Rofe, author of feveral pieces which have appeared in the newspapers under the fignature of "A Foremalt Man."
21. At Inverness, Simon Frafer, Efq. of Farraline, Sheriff-depute of Invernefs-fhire.
- Lady Hawke, who has been in a declining ftate of health ever fince Lord Hawke met with his accident.
E 26. At Edinburgh, Mr James Findlay, writing-mafter and accountant.
At Strathinartiù, William B. Laird, Efq. fon of Admiral Laird of Strathmartin. At Ramfgate, in the 84th year of his age, Sir Alexander Munro of Novar, one of the Commiffioners of his Majesty's Cuftoms in England.
the grenadier company of the 94th regiment at the ftorming of Seringapatam, when Captain Hay, (brother of the prefent Brigadier-General Hay, of the Scots Royals,) and one fubaltern were killed; and Mr Innes and another fubaltern, all of one company, were badly wounded. His long fervices in the Eaft Indies brought on a liver complaint, and his active fervices at Cadiz produced a dyfentry, of which disease he died, in the prime of life. His honourable remains were interred, with military honours, in Portf mouth Garrilon Chapel.
27. At Kirkcudbright, Mary, eldest daughter of the deceafed James Dalyell, Efq. of Barncrofh.
28. At his feat at Ince. Blundell, near Liverpool, in the 87th year of his age, Henry Blundell, Efq. deservedly regretted.
At his house at Drumfheugh, Francis Earl of Moray.
- At Mr Hay's, Lerwick, Shetland, Charlotte F. Macdonell, only daughter of Captain John Macdonell, 6th Royal Veteran Battalion.
In the 70th year of his age, Borlafe Lord Viscount Cullen.
At Banff, in the 81ft year of her age, Mrs Donaldson, relict of Mr James Donaldfon of Allachie, and aunt to the Right Hon. the Mafter of the Rolls.
The Duchefs Dowager of Mecklenburgh Schwerin, in the 79th year of her age.
At London, C. E. Beresford, Efq. Secretary to the Commiffioners of his Majesty's Stamp Duties.
At Comber, in Ireland, Rollo Gillespie, Efq. formerly a Captain in his Majesty's 17th regiment of foot. His conduct was diftinguished by promtitude and courage, which were particularly difplayed after the landing of our troops at the Helder.
Mr William Mills, farmer of Houfe of Muir.
At Leith, Mr William Balleny, merchant. Colonel
Colonel Walsh, of the 56th regiment. He was driving his gig on the road from Farnham to Guildford, the shafts broke, and the horse taking fright, he was thrown out, his arm broken, his fhoulder dislocated, and the wheel having paffed over his head, he died foon after.
At Bath, Mrs Carruthers, elict of the late General Carruthers, of the marines.
At Great Ealing, aged 78, William Knox,
At Scilly, after a long and fevere illness, Captain Charles Williams, Commander of his Majefty's fhip Hornet. He was one of the few furvivors who received their wounds in the gallant action, by Sir Edward Pellew, in the Nymph frigate, when fhe captured La Cleopatra, French frigate, the first ship of war taken after the beginning of the Revolutionary war, fince which time he served with great gallantry in the Egyptian expedition, in the Weft Indies, Africa, &c. He was an excellent officer.
The Hon. E. Bouverie, Member of Par liament for Northampton, uncle to the Earl of Radnor.
At Paifley, Mr Hugh Fulton, nursery and feedsman, in the 92d year of his age.
SEPT. 1. At Dunmore Park, StirlingThire, Helen Walker, fecond daughter of Mr Andrew Wilfon, flesher, Edinburgh.
2. At Edinburgh, Paul Minchin, Efq. Rear-Adminal of the Red.
At Forthfide, near Stirling, Andrew
3. At Borrowftonnnefs, Mrs Anne Fer-
At Fala Houfe, Mrs Janet Law, wife of Dr Colin Lawder.
4. At Leigh, Sir Francis Baring, Bart., in his 74th year. He was phyfically exhaufted, but his mind remained unfubdued by age or infirmity to the last breath. His bed was furrounded by nine out of ten, the number of his fons and daughters, all of whom he lived to fee established in fplendid independence. Three of his fons carry on the great commercial house, and which, by his fuperior talents and integrity, he carried to fo great a height of refpect-and the other two fons are returned from India with fortunes. His five daughters are all moft happily married, and, in addition to all this, it is fuppofed he has left freehold eftates to the amount of half a million. Such has been the refult of the honourable life of this English merchant.
6. At Edinburgh, Mr James Davidson, writer.
Prices of Oat, Pease, and Barley Meal, in
At the Manfe of Tyrie, much and justly regretted, the Rev. William Frafer, in the 69th year of his age, and 38th of his miniftry.
At Lulingstone Castle, Kent, in the 78th year of his age, Sir John Dixon Dyke, Bart.
7. At Edinburgh, Robert Sands, Efq. 9. In London, Duncan Campbell, Elq of Morven, Hanover parish, Jamaica. At London, Caroline Henrietta, daughter of the Hon. George Napier. It is requested that the relations of the family will accept this as a proper notification of her death.
11. Mrs Janet Rutherford, spouse of Captain James Norman, in the fervice of the Honourable East India Company.
Prices of Grain at Haddington.
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35 22 27 26 33
Edinburgh Literary Miscellany,
FOR OCTOBER 1810.
With a View of the West Front of the New Buildings in Parliament
1810. Barom. Thermom. Rain. [Weather.
Oct. 1 30.13
24 29.9 25 30.25
Quantity of Rain,..........1.18
High Water at Leitit
Sa. 10 1
Su. 11 2
Tu. 13 3
Th.. 15 4 16 5
Sa. 17 5
Su. 18 6
Showers M. 197
36 36 7
47 42 8
Tu. 20 8
W. 21 9
Tu. 27 2
November 3.-Gunpowder Plot, 1605.
35 0 59.
21 1 41
First Quart. 4 28
22 2 45
83 30 52 4 40 5
MOON'S PHASES FOR NOVEMBER, 1810. Apparent time at Edinburgh.
D. M. H.
24.-Sun enters Sagittarius, 40 min. past 9 evening 30. St Andrew's day.