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Hazlitt's lectures on English Poetry—On
Bums and the old ballads, 71.

Hazlitt and Jeffrey, on the literary and cri-
tical talents of, 303.

——— cross-questioned, 550.

Heat, on the measure of temperatures, and
the laws of the communication of, 724.

tlogg, James, the Ettrick shepherd, a He-
brew melody, by, 90.
Horn.' Cambrics, No I. 448.

Horae Cantabrigienses, No I. 546.

Hospital scene, dreadful one in Portugal, 87.

Hume, David, and Samuel Johnson, com-
pared, 511.

charged with plagiarism from

Aquinas, 655.

Hunt, Leigh, letter from Z. to, 196.

Huttonian and Wemerian disputants, a
word to the rival, 583.

Jardine, Professor, review of his Outlines of
Philosophical Education, 420.

Jarvie, Nicol, letter to, from Andrew Fair-
service, 185.

Jeffrey, Francis, Esq. letter of Timothy
Tickler to, 75.

Jeffrey and Hazlitt, on the literary and cri-

. tical talents of, 303.

Jew of Malta, remarks on Marlow's play of,
208.

Increase of crimes, hints to speculators on
the, 176.

Interesting narrative of the taking of the
island of Timor in 1811, 306.

Inverness election of magistrates, process in
the Court of Session regarding, 106.

Johnson, Samuel, and David Hume, com-
pared, 511.

Iron, chromate of, discovery of extensive
veins of, in Shetland, 463.

Ivan, the tale of, (translated from the Cor-
nish) 169.

Justiciary, High Court of, trial of a clergy-
man for celebrating clandestine marriage,

108 Of a juvenile gang of thieves in

Edinburgh, ib.

Kaleidoscope, description of the, 121—His-
tory of, and remarks on its resemblance
to other inventions, 331.

Kean, Mr, remarks on his acting, 77.

Kidd and Brande, remarks on their writ-
ings, 277.

Klopstock, translation from the German of,
416.

Knights Errant, the, No II. 32—No III.
33.

Komer, translation from the German of,
417.

Kraken, remarks on VV.'s account of the,
204.

Lake School of Poetry, Essays on the, No I.
369.

Lamb, Charles, review of the works of, 599.

Lauerwinkel, Baron Von, description by,

of Fox and Pitt, 456 His remarks on

the Great Madonna of Dresden, 562.—
His letter to Professor Laugner, 6S9.

Laugner, Professor, letter to, from Baron
Von Lauerwinkel, on his writings in the
Koningsberg Review, 689.

Letter second, from an Old Indian Officer.

42. from Glasgow, in reply to that from

Nicol Jarvie, 56. from the celebrated Colin M "Laura,

127. from Andrew Fairservice to Dr Nicol

Jarvie, 185. from, a friend of Mrs Grant, with

note by the Editor, 187. from Z. to Leigh Hunt, King of

the Cockneys, 196.
^— to the veiled conductor of Black-

wood's Magazine, 211.

of Petrarch to Posterity, 313.

to the author of Beppo, 323.

to a Politician, written after the

conclusion of the war, 381.

to Sir H. Steuart of Allan ton. from

the author of the "Vindication of the
Memory of the Somervilles," 438. Re-
marks on the letter, 709.

from the celebrated NellGwyn, 54".

from an English Officer to a friend

in Liverpool, 565.

to Professor Laugner, from Von

Lauerwinkel, 689.

s of Timothy Tickler, to various lite-
rary characters, 75, 461, 527.

Literary and Scientific Intelligence, 95,
•219,338,471,611,723.

Literature, remarks- on Schlegel's History
of, 497.

of a national character in, 707.

Lithography, on the art of, report of a Com-
mittee of the French Academy of Fine
Arts, 725.

Lissens, John, trial of, for highway robbery,
233.

Locusts in India, devastations committed
by, 339.

London, account of some curious clubs in,
about the beginning of last century, 552.

Louis XVI. and Charles I. comparative
characters of, 638.

M'Konochie, Captain, details respecting the
Philippine Islands, by, 576V—Summary
view of the commerce, &c of the Shores
of the Pacific Ocean, by, 695.

M'Laurin, the celebrated Colin, letter at'.
127.

Madonna, the Great, of Dresden, remarks
on, by Von Lauerwinkel, 562.

Magic Lanthem, Time's, No II Gallic*

in the Inquisition, 3—No III. Rem-
brandt's work shop, 4.—No IV. Bun-
yanus Obsessus, or a tift with Apoltyec.

137 No V. Dialogue between Lord

Bacon and Shakspeare, 270—No VI.
Johnson's Midnight Walk, 874.—No
VII. Adam Smith and a Highland Laird.
419.

Margaret, Queen of Navarre, comparani
between her and a modem Blue Stocking,
546.

Market Tables, 115, 242, 359, 486, 6*5.
734.

Marlow's Jew of Malta, remarks on, 20$.

Marriage, a novel, review of, 286.
Marriages, lists of, 118,245,364,482,628,

737.
MenU's edition of Antara, remarks on, 513.
Metal, a new one discovered, called seleni-
um, 95.
Meteorological establishment at St Bernard,

description of, 97. Reports, 116,243,359, 487,

626, 735.
Metrical versionsof the Psalms, remarks on,

63,178.
-. notices to correspondents, 248.

Minerals, discovery of new ones, 472, 473.
Minstrel, the, of Bruges, version of the old

French story of, 661.
Montagu, Mr, Horace Walpole's letters to,

162.
Mountains, method of ascertaining the

heights of, 473.
Murderer, remarkable confession of a, 596.
Music, on the state of in Scotland, 255—

On the state of in Edinburgh, 538.
Napier, Macvey, Esq. observations on his

essay on the writings of Bacon, 657.
Napoleon's Head, the craniologist's review

of, 146.
National monument for Scotland, proceed-
ings respecting one, 234.
National Character in Literature, remarks

on, 707.
Natural and revealed religon, dialogues on,

No I. 90.—No II. 170.
Observations of M. Biot, to determine the

figure of the earth, 463.—On Mr Macvey

Napier's essay on the writings of Bacon,

657—On the state of Parties, and the

Edinburgh Review, 715 On a National

Character in Literature, 707.
Odoherty, Adjutant, account of the life and

writings of, continued, 51.
Olive Trees, on the raising of, *219.
Optics, new discovery in, 614.
Othello, remarks on a disputed passage in

the tragedy of, 8.
Overseers, effects of, on the morals of farm

servants, 83.
Oxford examination, poetical account of an,

280.
Pacific Ocean, view of the commerce of the

principal shores of, 695.
Paris, the English in, 446.
Parties, state of, remarks on, 715.—On an

article on this subject in the Edinburgh

Review, 719.
Party spirit, remarks on, 129.
Petrarch, letter of, to posterity, 313.
Peudemoti, M de, extract from the works

of, 46.
Phantasmagoria, No I. 213.
Phanusmagoriana, or tales of the dead, 580.
Philippine Islands, details respecting the,

576.—Review of Captain M'Konochie's

statistics of the principal shores of, 695.
Philosophical education, review of Jardine's

Outlines of. 42a
Photometer, a new invented one, 36.
Pit and Fox, sketch of, by Baron Von

Lauerwinkel, 456.

Vol. III.

Platinum, mass of, found in South Ameri-
ca, 723.

Poetry, Verses on the death of the Princess

Charlotte, 5.—The Fairies, 30 Sonnet

to John Carnegy, Esq. 58.—On Carmel's
Brow, a Hebrew melody, 90— Humo-
rous description of shipwreck by drink,
141—Fragment of a fifth canto of Childe

Harold's Pilgrimage, 201 The Herald,

211—Notices to Correspondents,, 248.—
Account of an Oxford Examination, 280.
—The Mad Banker of Amsterdam, 402,
530—From the German of Klopstock,

416—Of Kiimer, 417 And of Schiller,

418—Sanscrit Ode, 460.

on the Lake School of. No I. 369.

on the Cockney School of, No III.

45a—No IV. 519.

Poor Laws of England, remarks on, 9.

—— in Scotland, answers to queries respect-
ing the maintenance of, 11.—Report by
Principal Baird, on the management of,
320.

Popular superstitions in Wales, account of.

188 Witch stories, ib Stories of

ghosts, evil spirits, demons, &c 189—

Stories of fairies, 190 Dogs of hell, 192.

—Corpse-candles, 193.—The kyhirraeth,
195.

Portugal, horrid hospital scene in, 87.

Preternatural, on the use of the, in works
of fiction, 640.

Princess Charlotte, verses on the death of, 5.

Psalms, remarks on various metrical versions
of, 63, 178.

Public Feeling, a few thoughts on, 294.

Publications, Monthly Lists of new ones,
101,225, 344, 476, 617, 728.

Queen Elizabeth, on the fashion of dress in
the reign of, 534.

Railways, premium offered by the High-
land Society for the improvement and
extension of, 726.

Ready Reckoner, the British, review of, 317.

Red earth, shower of, in Italy, 338.

Redness of the sea, remarks on the, 339.

Religion, natural and revealed, dialogues on,
No I. 90—No II. 17a

Remarks on the " Petit Volume" of Mons.
Say, 58—On various metrical versions of
the Psalms, 63, 178.—On a publication
called " the Fudge Family in Paris," 129.
—On the Aristophanic comedy, 152—
On Horace Walpole's letters to Mr Mon-
tagu, 162.—On the writings of George
Buchanan, 251—On the writings of Kidd

and Brande, 277.—On dress, 301 On

Schlegel's history of literature, 497—On
Menu's edition of Antara, 513—On the
anonymous essays of the Earl of Buchan,
515 On Currents, 579.—On the Pos-
thumous Works of Madame de Stael,
633— On some passages of Mr Cole-
ridge's Biographia Literaria, 653.—On
the state ot parties, and the Edinburgh
Review, 715.—On a letter to Sir Henry
Steuart of AUanton, 709.

Review of " The Fudge Family of Paris,"
5 B

129 Of the fourth canto of Childe Har-
old, 216.—Of Marriage, a novel, 286—
Of Stenhouse's British Ready Reckoner,

317 Of Wordsworth's White Doe of

Rylstone, 372 Of a Six Weeks Tour

through France, +12—Of Outlines of
Philosophical Education, 420—Of Let-
ters from the North Highlands, by E. J.
Spence, 428.—Of letters of an English
commercial traveller in Scotland, 431.—
Of Altham and his wife, a tale, 542—
Of Tales of my Landlord, 567—Of the

works of Charlesl,amb,599 Of M'Kon-

ochie's Statistics, &c of the principal
Shores of the Pacific Ocean, 695.
Review, Edinburgh, letters to the supporters

of, 155 State of Parties and the, 715.

Rhinoceros, experiments to make a mus-
ket ball pierce the hide of, 724.
Robertson, Rev. Joseph, trial of, for cele-
brating unlawful marriages, 108.
Rome, "One Night in," translated from

the French of M. <le Peudemots, 47.
Russell, William, LL. D. biographical

notice of, 398,
—— Mr, his reception at Haymarket

Theatre, 588.
Salt, method of making it in the Great Loo

Choo Island, file,
Savings Banks in Scotland, abstract of a

proposed bill for the protection of, 68.
Say, Monsieur, remarks on the " Petit

Volume" of, 58,
Schiller, translations from the German of,

418.
Schlegcl's History of Literature, remarks

on, 497.
Scientific and Literary Intelligence, 95,

•219,338,471,611,723.
Scotch Burghs, bill of the Lord Advocate
for regulating the, 231—Resolutions of
the guildry of Edinburgh respecting it,
235.
Scotland, Poor in, answers to queries re-
specting the maintenance of the, 11.—
Burghs in, who have stirred in the cause
of reform, and those who have not, with
the relative populations, 107.—Answers
to queries respecting the tytlie system of
Scotland, 149 Proceedings of the com-
mission of th»> General Assembly of the
Church of, 230.—Proceedings of the com-
mittee on the proposed national monu-
ment for, 234 On the state of music in,

265 Principal Baird's report on the

management of the poor in, 320.—Pro-
ceedings of the General Assembly of,
352.
Scott, Wordsworth, and Byron, on their se-
veral merits as poets, 369.
Sebastians, St, account of the storming of,

by an English officer, 565.
Second Sight, remarkable instance of, 18.
Selections from Athentcus, No 1. 650.
Serpent, great sea one, on the history of the,
33—Accounts of some seen on the coast
of Norway, 34.—Of one on the coast of
Scotland, 37—Of one seen near Ply-

mouth, 39—Of several seen on the eossa
of America, 40.—Remarks on W.'i«.
count of, 204.
Shakrak and the Magician of Constannsaplt.

258.
Shakspeare's Sonnets, remarks on, 58i
Shipwreck, melancholy one near Slams Co-
tic, 107.—Humorous description ef esc
by drink, 141.
Speaker of the House of Commons. » srag\
thoughts on the qualifications of a, ltL
Spence, Miss, and the Bagman, 428.
Spring, its earliness or lateness, natber

hastens nor retards the harvest, 228.
Stael, Madame dc, one of the brightest or-
naments of European literature, 63&—
Observations on her Posthumous Wetks,
ib—Comparative characters of Conks
I. and Louis XVI. by, 638 Her re-
marks on the manners of the English, 645.
Staffordshire, account of a pscudo-volcne

there, 340.
Steuart, Sir Henry, of Allan ton, letter e
him, from the author of the ** Virxrkz-
tion of the Memorie of the Somervilks,'
438.
Sugar, experiment in France to product s

from beet root, 611.
Swindling, in a female fortune-teUer, 230.
Tales of my Landlord, review of, 567.
Tales of the Dead, 580.
Taste, fragment of an essay on, 21.
Thoughts on Public Feeling, 294.
Tickler, Timothy, letters of, to various Bk-
rary characters, No 111. to Francis te-
frey. Esq. 75.—No IV. to the Edissr*
Blackwood's Magazine, 4f>l-—No ^- <■<
the Editor of Blackwood's Magazine, i."
Time's Magic Lantern, No II. 3—V-
III. 4.—No IV. 137—No V. *TO—
No VI. 274—No VII. 419.
Timor, narrative of the taking of, in 1*11.

by the ship Hesper, 306.
Tree Goose, or Bemacle, singular crednlirt

respecting the history of this bird, 671-
Truth, the reverie of an enthusiast on. 123-
Tythes, thoughts concerning, 147.—An-
swers to queries respecting the tvthe sys-
tem in Scotland, 149.
Violet Rays, on the magnetising power cs,

•219.
Voltaire's Head, craniological view of, StX1-
Wales, account of some popular supersti-
tions in, 188.
Wales, New South, discovery of a river o

the interior of, 613.
Walpole, Horace, his letters to Mr Moc-
tagu, 162.—His account of Lord Ferrer-"
murdering his own Stewart, and of fer
trial, &c 165.
War, letter to a politician on the policy toi
termination of the late one in Europe,
381.
Water Spouts, observations on, *220.
Wernerian and Huttonian disputants, the

rival, a word to, 583.
Whigs and Tories, choice between a stop*!
young Tory and a clever young Whig.

ISO.—Thought* from a Whig, on the

qual ificauons of a Speaker of the House

of Commons, 141.
White Doe of Rylstone, a poem, review of,

372.
Wight, Isle of, Od the vertical strata of the,

58.5.

Wolf, Christian, a German freebooter, in-
teresting history of, 079.

Wordsworth, Scott, and Byron, on their
poetical talents, 369.

Works preparing for publication, 99, *221,
342, 474, 615, 797.

Younger Days, in my, 517.

INDEX TO PROMOTIONS, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

Promotions.
Adam, 236.
Bathurst, 488.
Bennet, 730.
Black, 621.
ilotune, 489.
Boyle, 730.
Bruce, 621.
Cameron, 361.
Canning, 488.
Castlereagh, 488.
Chalmers, 489.
Chester, 488.
Chisholme, 236.
Colquhoun, 730.
Dawson, 621.
Douglas, 236.
Errol, 361.
Fergusson, 730.
Gilpin, 621.
Gordon, 730.
GHereon, 236.
Hadwen, 109.
Hamilton, 361, 488.
Harington, 109.
Jeffrey, 730.
Jeffrey, 489.
Laidlaw, 109.
Liverpool, 489.
Maconochie, 730.
M'Conechy, 730.
iM'I.achlan, 236.
Melville, 730.
Military promotions,

109, 236, 361,

489, 621, 730.
Naval promotions,

11(1, 490.
Xeill, 236.
Okc, 109.
Parodi, 488.
Richmond, 361.
Rushworth, 621.
Russell, 621.
Sidnmuth, 488.
Sievwright, 109.
Sullivan, 489.
Trignmouth, 489.
Vansittart, 489.
Uiale, 621.
Walpolc, 489.

Wellesley,361.
Winehouse, 236.

BIRTHS.

Adam, 628.
Allan, 364.
Andrew, 737.
Anglesey, 118.
Arbuthnot,24S, 737.
Balfour, 628.
Ballantync, 118.
Balneavis, 118.
Barclay, 492.
Barrow, 363.
Berwick, 363.
Baseley, 36a
Bell(3children),628.
Beveridge, 492.
Blair, 118.
Bonar, 364.
Borthwick, 244.
Boyle, 24k
Bridges, 118, 737.
Brown, 244, 363,

737.
Buchanan, 244.
Buller, 628.
Cadell, 737.
Campbell, 244, ib.

lb. 245, 363, 492,

628, ib.
Catbcart, 628.
Cavan, 118.
Chalmers, 737.
Christie, 363, 628.
Church, 118.
Cleghom, 118.
Clibbom, 737.
Clonmcl, 118.
Coiiiptini. 737.
Coolson, 492.
Come, 73T.
Court, 118.
Craigie, 363.
Creufuird, 737.
Crawford, 118, 363.
Cumming, 363.
Currie, 2+t.
Dalrymple, 244.
Dance, 364.
D'Arcy, 737.

Darling, 628.

Davidson, 245.

Dick, 363.

Douglas, 244, ib.
363, ib.

Dow, 737.

Drummond, 241,
363, 492.

Dunbar, 118.

Dundas, 492, 737.

Dullerson (4 chil-
dren), 628.

Kgerton, 118.

Elliot, 628.

Klouis, 118.

Erroll, 737.

Erekinc, 244, 492.

Ewing, 737.

Fell, 628.

Ferrier, 628, 737.

Fitzhcrbert, 363.

Folkestone, 245.

Ford, 118, 737.

Fordyce, 737.

Forsyth, 192.

Fortescue, 492.

Gillespie. 628.

Gordon. 363,492, ib.
737, ib.

Graham, 118.

Gray. 244, ib.

Hamilton. 492.

Hobbousc. 118.

Horner, 737.

Horeburgh, 244.

Huntingdon, 737.

Johnstone,364, 737,
ib.

Kennedy, 363, 492.

Kerr, 628.

Kinnear, 118.

Laidlaw. 628.

Lawrence, 245.

Lee, 628.

Leggc, 118.

Lock, 363.

Lockhart. 492.

Lo»ther, 214.

M-Bran, 118.

M'Duuall. 628.

M'Dougall, 118.

M'Duff, 364.
M'Gregor, 737.
M'Hutchen, 737.
M'Kenzie, 363, ib.

737, ib.
Mackie, 492.
M'Lochlan, 245.
M'Laren, 364.
M'Larty, 244.
M'Leod, 363.
M'Nair, G28.
Macwhir, 244.
March, 118.
MaxweU, 118,364.
Mercer, 118.
Millar, 241, ib. 628.
Mills, 118.
Mitchell, 492.
Molcsworth, 364.
Montgomery, 363,

492, 628.
Morrison, 245.
Mowbray, 244, 737.
Munro, 118.
Murray, 118,244.
Napier, 245.
Northumberland,

118.
Ogilvy, 364.
Oliphant, 118.
Oliver, 628.
Patison, 118, 492.
Paul, 214, ib.
Rattray, 314.
Rcid, 195J,
Riddell, 492.
Robertson, 118, ib.

737.
Ross, 244, 492.
Russell, 244.
Scott, 118.
Seymour, 737.
Shairp, 118.
Shuin, 628.
Sillar, 118
Simpson, 628.
Sinclair, 118, 245.
Smith, 628.
Snell. 628.
Somervell, 492.
Souter, 492.

Spence, 363.
Steuart, 737.
Stirling, 118, 244.
Stothert, 628.
Strangford, 363.
Tayler, 363.
Tenant, 737.
Terry, 492.
Thatcher, 244.
Thomson, 737.
Tod, 118.
Torrington, 628.
Tucket, 245.
Turnbull, 244.
Tweeddale, 244.
Waldcgrave, 244.
Wardlaw, 628.
Warwick, 244.
Wastell, 492.
Wauchop, 737.
Wedderburn, 628,

737.
Welleeley, 492.
Wood (3 children),

737.
Young, 492.
Ynle, 118.

MARRIAGES.

Anderson, 245,737,

738.
Athlone, 245.
Auchie, 493.
BaUlie, 493.
Balfour, 492.
Balgrie, 738.
Beckwith, 628.
Bell, 628.
Bennet, 492.
Berkeley. 493.
Boyd, 245.
Bradford, 492.
Brook, 628.
Brown, 118, ib.
Bruce, 119, 737.
Buchanan, 119.
Burford, 628.
Bute, 628.
Calder. 628.
Cameron, 737.
Campbell, 119,492,

628, 737.
Camegy, 364.
Carr, 245, 737.
Cathcart, 628.
Christian, 737.
Christie, 628.
Clubly, 364.
Cochrane, 628.
Cornlute, 245.
Cranby, 629.
Crawford, 629, 737.
Curll, 245.
Davidson, 402.
Dewar, 737.
Dick, 245, ib.
Dinning, 737.
Donald, 245.
Duff, 245.

Duffin, 493.
Dunlop, 245.
Elliott, 119.
Fair, 628.
Fairlie, 364.
Filson, 628.
Fleming, 492.
Forbes, 245.
Ford, 628.
Fraser, 245.
Freeling, 364.
Geddes, 245.
Gibson, 245, 493,

628.
GifTard, 364.
Gillespie, 118, 245,

49a

Goddart, 737.
Gordon, 364.
Graham, 492.
Gray, 492.
Griffiths, 737.
Hamilton, 119.
Handyside, 118.
Harper, 245.
Hawthorn, 493.
Henderson, 119,

364.
Honeyman, 245.
Hood, 628.
Huie, 738.
Hunter, 245.
Hutchison, 628.
Irapey, 245.
Kent, 118.
Lang, 245.
I .einrtc-r, 493.
Lizars, 493.
Lockh'art, 245.
Lord, 493.
M' Arthur, 492.
M'Dougal, 492.
M'Kenzie, 118.
M'Laren, 73a
M'Lean, 118, 364.
M'Donald, 364.
Macdonald, 737.
M'Intosh, 737.
M'Intyre, 245.
M'Pherson, 628.
Mackintosh, 737.
Maclcod, 492.
Maclauchlan, 738.
Macneil, 628.
Macvicar, 119.
Madoc, 737.
Malcolm, 492.
Marshall, 493, 628.
Maude, 492.
Maxwell, 62a
Mcnzies, 737.
Michael, 364.
Millar, 245, 492.
Milne, 49a
Milward, 49a
Mitchell, 364.
Morison, 245..
Mosae, 49a
Muckle, 492.

Munsie, 118.
Murray, 493, 73a
Newman, 245.
Newport, 118.
Nicholas, 737.
Normandy 737.
Ogilvy, 49a
Oliver, 245, 62a
Orr, 364.
Ovenston, 118.
Oughton, 118.
Peacock, 737.
Pierrepont, 364.
Pillans, 245.
Pringle, 364.
Raebum, 245.
Richardson. 492.
Ronalds, 62a
Russell, 118, 628.
Sanderson, 245.
Scott, 49a
Seymour, 364, ib.
Shaw, 119, 628.
Simpson, 245, 737.
Sitwell, 492.
Smith, 364, 492.
Somerville, 245.
Spence, 493, 62a
Stafford, 62a
Stewart, 118.
Stirling, 118.
Stuart, 628, 73a
Swinton, 245.
Thomson, 493, 629,

737.
Torrance, 62a
Tough, 492.
Trollope, 737.
Trotter, 364.
Walker, 245, 364,

738.
Wallace, 492.
Wallack, 118.
Waugh. 737.
White, 738.
Wilkie, lis.
Wright, 738.
Young, 738.

DEATHS.

Abercromby, 494.
Abernethie, 247.
Adair, 120.
Adam, 246.
Ainslie, 246.
Airly, 494.
Aitchison, 120, 248,

365.
Aitken, 246.
Alexander, 73a
Allan, 630, ib.
Altborpe, 494.
Anderson, 119, 248,

629.
Annand, 218.
Anson, 738.
Anstruther, 738.
Arbuckle, 119.
Arbuthnot, 366.

Arrott, 248.
Ashley, 739.
Babington, 248.
Baird, 120, 246.
Bairnsnuber, 366,

629.
Balfour, 246,365.
Bandy (died from

fright), 739.
Barham, 739.
Barlow, 738.
Baugh, 629.
Begby, 739.
Beilby, 248.
BeU, 24a 629. ib.
Bellamont, 248.
Beresford, 247.
Berkeley, 12a
Bernard, 630.
Bevan, 365.
Bird, 630.
Birch, 494
Bishop, 739.
Bissct, 629.
Black, 248.
Blackwood. 366.
Blair, 246.
Blake, 49a
Blyth, 629.
Bogue, 630.
Bonar, 247.
Boston, 364.
Boyd, 366.
Broadfoot, 12a
Brown, 365,493,

629,739.
Bruce,120,248,3«,

629, ib. 630.
Brydon, 494.

Brysson, 119.

Buchanan, 246, fc
365.

Bumess, 248.

Burrows, 629.

Campbett,246,4»3,
4S4, 630, ib- *■
ib. ib.

Cario, 12a

Carter, 364.

Castanos, 630.

Cathcart, 493.

Chalmers, 493, IS*-

Charteris, 739.

Cheney, 366.

Ohisholm. 738.

Christie, 119,494.

Clark, 247.

Cleghom. 246.

Clougston.246.

Cobb, 49a

Cochran, 246.

Colebrooke, 739.

Colquhoun, 246,
494.

ColvUle, 247.

Combe, 629.

Conolly, 246.

Constable, 63a

ComeUy, 739.

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