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Alphabetical List or English Bankruptcies, announced between the 1st and 31st July 1818, extracted from the London Gazette.
Lippeat, W. Kinicot, Somersetshire, tallow-chond
vh worth, A. Swan, York, fustian-manufacturer
er, dealer, and chapwouian Jonea, J. Cambridge, cabinet-maker Knight, A. Stonebrcaks, Saddleworth, Yorkshire,
clothier Lindars, W. Tetsworth, Oxfordshire, innkeeper Lee, R. Great Winchester-street, underwriter
Mary, T. B. Haukchureh, Dorsetshire, baker
broker Tomlinson, W. Nottingham, haberdasher Taylor, L. Liverpool. cm-mitt and druggist Todd, J. it J. Wright, Tiehborne-strvei, haberdashers Taylor, J. I^ewisham, Kent, Jim ■n-draper Tomling, J. Chad's Row, Gray's-inn-lane, bricklayer Wat kins, J. & W. and R. Careless, Aldermanbury,
merchants Walker, r. George-street, St Mary-tc-bone, habtr
Alphabetical List of Scotch Bankruptcies, announced between the 1st and 31st July 1818, extracted from the°Edinburgh Gazette.
Auld 4 Meiklcjohn, merchants, Inverkeithing, and Jabex Auld, one of the partners of said company, as an individual Anderson, George, upholsterer, Edinburgh Dune, Wm. grain and cattle-dealer, Kirhall Hewat, Wm. merchant, Netherbow, Edinburgh Hamilton, Wm. me reliant or grocer, Glasgow Muirhead, Thomas flr Co. b'eschers at Greenhcad, and Thomas Muirhead, senior, and Thomas Muirhead, junior, the individual partners of that company Smith, Thomas, grocer and spirit-dealer, Glasgow Scott, John, ana Archibald Muir, carrying on business as a company at the Monkland (anal-basin, near Glasgow, as coal-merchants and dealers in coal, under the firm of John Scott and Archibald Muir, and John Scott and Archibald Millar, the individual partners of that concern Wilson, James, in Know head, near Strathavcn
Arthur, James, late vintner, now builder, Glasgow, by James Kerr, accountant, Glasgow
Hood, John, and John Hood At Co.; by Wm. Jeffrey, Stirling-square, Glasgow—1st September
Hart fit Wilkie, Wrights at Pollockshaws; by Gilbert Saunderson, accountant, Glasgow: a final one—21th August
Hall, Rev. .tames, Roie-street. Edinburgh; by Wm. S. MoncrietT, trustee: second dividend
Mather, James, hatter, Edinburgh; by Peter Morton, grocer, Edinburgh—6th August
Monteath, Duncan, fit Co. late groeers, Glasgow, and John Duncan, individual partner thereof; by Gilbert Sanders, accountant, Glasgow
Ntcoll, George, tenant in Newry, county of Forfar, deceased: a dividend of 5s.3d. per pound— (*ih August
Ross, John, coal and wood-merchant, Inverness; by Anderson A Shepherd, solicitors there: a dividend of Is. 6d. per pound
Stevenson. Robert, spirit dealer, Glasgow: a final dividend—31th August; by Gilbert Sanders, accountant, Glasgow
Smith, Neil, lately lint and yarn-merchant, Glasgow; by John Ferguson, writer, Glasgow—11 th August
Struthers, John, Wright, some time in Tradestown, now in Anderston; by John Fcrgusaon, writer, Glasgow—^Oth August
Scott, Burt, & Co. tanners tn fwlconquhar, and John Scott, Alexander Scott, and John Cooper, the individual partners ofth.it company; by Wm Inglis, tenant in Ardross, by Elie
Straehan, Wm. saddler, Arbroath; by Wm. Bail lie, leather-merchant, Brechin
Turabull, Thomas, printer, Edinburgh: a third and final dividend i by John Greig, accountant, Edinburgh
Whyte, David, late of Blair, farmer, grain-merchant, and cattle-dealer, at Turnbcrry-lodrc: a final dividend; by Wm. Fergusson, Maw hole
Wood Jc Son, merchants, Glasgow; byJohn Ewing, merchant, Glasgow—18th August
Note. The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent, more than half a quarter,
or 4 Winchester bushels; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.
The month of July has been warm and wet, the mean temperature being 4 degrees, and the quantity of rain three quarters of an inch greater than the same month last year. The heat during the first three days was moderate, but increased till the 6th. A heavy rain cooled the air for some days; but on the 13th the Thermometer again rose above 70, gradually increasing every day till the 17th, when it stood as high as 80}. A heavy rain again produced a reduction of temperature till the 24th. On that day the Thermometer rose to 76, and next day to 72. The 26th was very wet; and it rained more or less every day till the end of the month. The Barometer has been pretty steady, and generally above the average height; and the Hygrometer also some degrees higher than July last year. The point of deposition corresponds nearly to the mean minimum temperature; and the
mean of ten morning and evening differs from the mean of the maximum and minimum only about half a degree. The rain that fell early in the month proved very beneficial t* crops of every kind—tint of the latter part of the month has been very much the reverse.
Meteorological Table, extracted from tlte Register kept on the Banks of the Tay,four miles east from Perth, Latitude 5(ia 23', Elevation 185 feet.
N. B.—The Observation* an- mada twier every day, at nine o*eIoek, forenoon, and four o clock, after
nuon. The iecoi>d ObseiAution in the aftenioou, in the first column, ia taken by the Register
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
BIRTHS. June 25. At Preston, the lady of Major Shum,
*±*gg5fi£&. "inThe parish of Bellinghar* the wife of Mr R. Gillespy, fanner, two soils and one daughter. The threeinfants and thetr mother
"If AUtaJUS. Argyleshire, Mr, Captain Campbell, a son. „_
29. Mrs Smith, 13, Hope-street, ainoVt Atflanx-'t. Mr* Artain, a daupntrr. -AtSuU." the lady of William Ouver,
^l^tarTthe PosUimee. K.el», .
^jfj^.' At Hilabank, the lady of Peter Wedder
^Tkf^SSi. the lady of Colonel M'Nair, 90th
^Trst^ndwick-pUce. Edinburgh, Mrs MiUer of
5? At Ashby de la Zoueh, in Leicestershire, the lady of the Rev. William M'Douall, a son.
— Mrs James Campbell, Northumberland-street, Edinburgh, a daughter.
7. The wife of James Simpson, farm servant to Mr Moffat, Provan-miU, about two miles from Glasgow, was safely delivered of three children, t«o girlsknd a boy, who, with the mother, are doing well. -m
— Sarah Dullcrson, wife of James O'Brien of Derrvgaull. within a mile of strabane, Ireland, was delivered of four female children, oncof whom was atill born. Themother iainafairwayof recovery, and the three children are likely to do well.
— At her father's, Jama Haig, Esq. Lochnn, Mrs M. E. Fell, a son,
10. At Edinburgh, the lady of Robert Montgomery, Esq. a son. _
12 At Shandwick-place, Edinburgh, the lady of Major James Lee, a daughter.
— At 51, George-street, the lady of Captain Builer, 68th regiment, a daughter.
14. In Great King-street, Mrs Captain Kerr, R. N. a daughter.
15. At BeUeside, Mrs Fcrricr, a son, which only survived a few hours. Mul
16. In Miller's Yard, Tollhouse-hill, Nottingham Mrs Bell was delivered of three fine children, two girls and a boy. The mother and children arc all likely to do well. Her husband was a private in the 33d regiment of foot, but died about two months ago.
18. Mrs Cathcart, Gayfield-square, Edinburgh, a daughter.
20. At her house, Upper Seymour-street, London, Viscountess Torrington, a son.
23. At Castle-hill, Edinburgh, Mrs SneU, a daughter.
24. At Durie, Mrs Christie, a son.
26. At Teviotbank, the Hon. Mrs Elliott, a son. In George Street, Edinburgh, Lady Anne
Wardlaw, a daughter.
27. At Cargen, the lady of William Stothert or Cargen, Esq. a daughter,
30. At Stockbridie, Mrs John Laidlaw, a son.
The lady of Maj.-Gen. Balfour, a daughter.
Last week, the wife of a shepherd, employed by Mr Hawkins of Newport, Monmouthshire, was delivered of two boys and two girls at a birth, who are in a thriving wav. The parents are poor, and keep them in coal-baskets instead of cradles.
More* 29. At Buenos Ayres, Thomas Fair, Esq. merchant, to Miss Harriott Kendall,
Jvnc 1. At the house of the British Ambassador, Paris, John M'Pherson, Esq. eldest son of Charles M'l'hersou, Esq. late inspector-general of barracks for North Britain, to Marian Cotellc, daughter of John Addison, Esq. chief resident of Bauleah, Bengal.
3. Berkeley Buckingham Smith Stafford of Maine, in the county of Louth, Em. to Anne Tyller, daughter of Lieutenant-colonel Patrick 1 juer.
6. James Spence, Esq- Broughton i'lace, Edinburgh, to Margaret, daughter of the late Thomas Hughaon, Esq. of Airds.
ST At Wooden, Captan Thomas Hood of toe iat» regiment, eldest son of Thomas Hood of lUrejacres, to Rebecca, eldest daughter of Robert Walker of Wooden.
22. At Speldhurst, near Tunhridge, Kent, Lord Cochrane, to Miss Catherine Corletl Barnes, late of Brvanstone-street, London, a young lads of small fortune but good family.
— At Bath, Roderick MacneUI, Esq. yiHinger of Barra, to Isabella Caroline, eldest daughter ol C. Brownlow, E»q. of Lurgan, county of Armagh.
30. Robert Christie, Esq. accountant, Edinburgh, to Isabella, daughter of Mr George Htwct, GnsrJericld, Berwickshire.
Jail/1. At Biggar, Mr Thomas Calder of W» Bams Distillery, East Lothian, to Jean, trjid daughter of James Hamilton, Esq. of Baden's Gill
— At Dundee, John Maxwell, Esq. late of Jamaica, to Eliaabeth, daughter of the late Kn. Mr James Stormonth of Kinclune, minister of AirSj.
— At Ayr, the Rev. George Bell of Longfbrasicus, to Mrs Elisabeth Watson.
2. At St George's church. Hanover-square, London, Peter Langford Brook, Esq. of Mire-hai!. Ch shire, to Elisabeth Sophia Rowley .eldest daughter of Admiral Sir Charles Rowley.
6. At Ford church, Thomas Hutchison. Esq. of North Shields, to Miss P. Carr, eldest daughter of John Carr, Esq. Ford.
7. Mr William Ford, merchant, Lcith, to Miss Barbara Johnston, second daughter of Mr William Johnston, merchant there.
9. At Edinburgh, Mr Robert Russell, merchant Falkirk, to Janet, fourth daughter of the late Mr Robert Melville, merchant, Falkirk.
14. At Dundee, the Rev. John Shaw of Braradale, in the Isle of Skye, to Mary, eldest daujftiter of the Rev. Malcolm Colquhoun of Dundec.
At Mullicartin, near Lisburn, Joseph Campbell, aged 77. to Catherine Jameson, aged 71. Tail is thcThird time that the bridegroom, and second that the bride, have presented: an offering ax the shrine of Hymen.
15. At Jedburgh, Mr Thomas Oliver, farmer si Lanton-mill, to Miss Thomson, daughter of the late Mr Thomson, Lanton.
— At Wells, Richard Burford, Esq. formerly of the royal North British dragoons, to Harriet, one of the daughters of the late Robert, and sMer c»f the present J. P. Tredway, Esq. M. P. for Weik.
— Lord James Stuart, brother to the Marrruis of Bute, to Miss Tighe, only daughter of the late W. Tighc, Esq. of Woodstock.
f6. At Kelso, Mr Robert Marshall, merchant is Berwick-upon-Tweed, to Isabella, eldest daughter of Mr James Swan, farmer in Banbeath, Fife.
17. At Edinburgh, Mr John Torranee, Hanover street, to Jane, daughter of Andrew Veiteh, Bsa. Dairy Mills. „.
21. At Edinburgh, Robert Filson, ksq. Madras medical establishment, to Maria F.uphenua. '«ildaughter of the late Lieutenant-colonel Flint, S3th regiment ■
— At Culter, John Gibson, iun. Esq, V* . S- to Catharine, third daughter of John Dickson of Kilbucho, Esq. advocate.
25. At Hammersmith, Edmund Ronalds. E*tj to Eliza, only daughter of Dr Anderson of Itaav mersmith. , „
S7. At Edinburgh, F.lias Catlx-art, F7^. vouBfer of AUoway, to Miss Janet Dunlop, only daughter of the late Robert Dunlop, Esq. of Clobcr.
28. At Leith, the Rev. James Beck with, to Miss Cumming, daughter of Mr Cumming, late royal veterans.
29. By special license, at St George s dtarcb. HannveT-square, London, the Marquis of Bute, la the lady Maria North, eldest daughter of the late George Earl of Guildford. The Bride was given awav by the Duke of York.
29. At Ayston, Lord VUcount Cranley, eldest son or the Earl of Onslow, to Mary, eldest daughter of George Fludyer, Esq. M. P.
— At London, Captain Crawford, only ion of Sir J. Crawford, to Lady Barbara Coventry, daughter of the Earl of Coventry.
31. »At Edinburgh, David, eldest wn of Mr W. Thomson, victual-merchant, Edinburgh, to Ann, daughter of Mr Robert Dolt, residing there.
Nov. 20. At Calcutta, David Threipland, Esq. one of his Majesty's justices of the peace for that city, and son of the late Sir Stuart Threipland of Fingask, Hart.
April 26. At Rio Janeiro, aged 62, Commodore John Douglas, in the service of his Majesty the hang of Portugal, and master and commander It. N.
June 1. At Campie-house, David Milne, Esq. father of it car-admiral Sir David Milne, K. C. B.
4. AtCobham Park, Surry, after a very long illness, in the 67th year of his age, Harvey Christian Combe, Esq. for many years one of the representatives in paruAinent for the city of London.
16. At Dalkeith, Mrs Margaret M'Lellan, wife of Mr John Downs Scrutton, dax-drcsscr.
19. At Kirkmaiden, the Rev. Thomas Young, minister of that parish.
31. After a long and painful illness, Mrs Macnamara, relict of the late John Macnamara, Esq. of St Christopher's, and mother to the present Lady Cramtoun.
22. At Garscube, near Glasgow, Catharine Donalda Madame, youngest daughter of Mr Robert Hart, manufacturer in Glasgow.
23. George Parys, Esq. army agent, of Cravenstreet, Li ndon, altera severe illness of<hree months.
— At Forfar, Mr John Mann, writer there.
24. At Montrose, Mr James Dempster, jun. shipmaster, aged 36.
— At siston, in England, aged 100, Richard Kew, a pauper. He lived to be grandfather to a grandfather, being five generations.
— On board his Majesty's ship Forth, upon the Halifax station, by the bursting of a blood vessel. Lieutenant Alexander Home, R. N. a deserving voung otBccr, third son of the Earl of Marchmont. His confirmation as lieutenant was intimated from the Admiralty only fourteen days before Admiral Sir David Mills communicated to hi-s friends the account of his untimely death. Lieutenant Home was six feet two inches tall, and the strongest man In the ship.
25. At Morebattle Mains, near Kelso, in the 37th year of her age, after a painful illness of only '-' 1 hours, Mrs Margaret Scott, wife of Mr John Hills.
— At her house. Royal Exchange, Edinburgh, Miss Katharine Waddell.
— John, fourth-son uf Lieutenant-general Hunter of Burmide.
— At Oreaton, near Plymouth, in his 80th year. Lieutenant John Burrows of the royal navy, in whieh he served 64 years, 56 of which were as a lieutenant. E ccpting throe in Green" ich hospital, he was the oldest in the lieutenant's list, and preferred continuing so, though twice offered the rank of a master and commander.
— At hisseatSpringfieU,nearCharle\ille, county of Cork, the Might Hon. Baron Muskerry, governor and custos rotulorum of the county of Limerick, and colonel of the county of Limerick militia, &c.
— Mr William Hutchison, fish-curcT, Burntisland, in the prime of life, universally regretted. He was unfortunately lost on returning from Newhaven to Burntisland, in the passage boat which foundered in the Frith of Forth. His remains were found on the 1st, and interred at Burntisland on the 4th July.
26. At Cumbernauld, the Rev. George Hill, in the 'Nth year of his age, and 37th of his ministry. Mr Hill was ordained at Cumbernauld in the year 1782, and during the lapse uf 36 years, there was not a single Saobath on which he was incapable of officiating in public, and only three Sabbaths during his last illness, that he was unable for duty.
— At Paris, the infant daughter and only child of Lord William Russell, son to the Duke of Bedford, aged three months.
— At Mcrchiston, Mrs Ryrie, wife of Mr S. Ryrie of the conimiuaruL
25. At Roxburgh Manse, Mrs Bell, wife of the Rev. Andrew Bell, aged 63 years.
— At his Lordship's seat, Port Elliot, Cornwall, the Countess of St Germain*.
2~. In King's College, Old Aberdeen, in the 7.5th year of his age, Mr John Gray, many years schoolmaster of Old MHchar, and long an useful and respectable magistrate of the city of Old Aberdeen.
28. At Aberdeen, Janet Youngson, at the very advanced age of 101 years. She was a native of the parish of Logic, ana was able to go about until a day or two before her death, being on the streets on Friday se'ennight. Her mother, Margaret Milne, a native of the neighbouring parish of Fovcran, lived also to the age of 101.
29. At Birgham, Mrs Christian Bell, relict of the Rev. Adam Murray, minister of Eccles, aged 90.
— At Overton, Lanarkshire, John Ingles Crawford, the inf.-nt son of Captain James Couttt Crawford of Overton.
— InGcorge's-square, Eliza Catherine, the infant tlaughter of Captain Elliott Baugh, R. N.
— At Chicksands Priory, Bedfordshire, in the 77th year of his age. Sir George Osborn, Bart, a general in the army, and colonel of the 40th regiment of foot.
July 1. At Greenock, after a short illness, on his way to join the Halifax staff, Deputy-assutantrcommissary-general Bisset.
3. At her son's house of Sand-lodge, Shetland, Mrs Bruce of Sumburgh, mother of Mrs Admiral Fraser.
4. At Spittal, East Lothian, Mr James Bairns rather, fanner.
— At his house, Hampton-court Green, Francis Thomas Fit/maurice, Earl of Kerry. Upon the loss of his wife, April 1799, his lordship retired to privacy and seclusion. Duly attentive to the ties of blood and the calls of friendship, he has bequeathed a considerable sum to public charitiesMrs Hinde, his near relative, is nominated sole executrix.
— At Hendcrland, William,onlysonof Mr John Anderson, in the 15th year of his age.
5. At the house of Mr Ross of Sound, in Zetland, in the 17th year of his age, George Linklatcr, Esq.
— At Elgin, the Rev. Thomas Duncan, who had been for about 48 years pastor of the first associate congregation there.
6. At Lowick, Mrs Jameson, wife of Mr Jameson, town clerk of Berwick, aged 39.
— At MoRsbumford, near Jedburgh, Miss Margaret Purves, daughter of the late Mr Wm Purvca
— At Glasgow, Mr William Milne, merchant there.
— At her house, in PrinceVstrcet, Edinburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Bruce, eldest daughter of the late David Bruce of Kinnaird, Esq.
— Mrs Lucy Walker, widow of William Walker, writer in Edinburgh.
7. At Sunning hill, Berks, I-ady Lindsay, widow of General sir David Lindsay, Bart.
— At Preston-grange, the Countess of Hyndford.
— Thoma< Brown, Esq. of Johnstonburn, East Lothian, aged 82 years.
8. At Linlithgow, suddenly, Alexander Learmonth, Esq. of CroSftflats.
— At her house in Falkirk, Mrs Marion Meek, relict of Dr John Corbet, physician there.
— At Ferrybridge, Yorkshire, Lieutenant-general William Simson of Pitcorthy.
— At his father's house, College-street, John, onlysonof Mr John M'Diarmid, writer In Edinburgh.
9. At Edinburgh, James Kennedy, student of medicine, eldest son of James Kennedy, merchant.
— At Fountainbridge, Margaret Henderson Miller, eldest daughter of the late Mr Davia Miller.
10. At Springhill, Thomas Nesbit, Esq. of Mersington.
— At his house, Clapham Common, John Sprot,
1 i. At Edinburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Blyth, widow of Mr Brodie.
— At Stcwartfield, Caroline Cornelia, eldest daughter of James EUiot, Esq. younger of Woollic.
12. Richard Johnson, Esq. aged 73, treasurer for the county, and one of the aldermen of the borough of Lancaster. He was the father of the corporation, having served the office of mayor three times, viz. In 179>, 1805, and 1H13.
— At London, in conseuuenee of a blood-vessel bursting, Mr John Leddingnam, son of the late Mr George Lcddingham, merchant, Lcith.