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burgh, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr last of those brave veterans who fought George Richmond.

under the banners of the immortal Wolfe. At Edinburgh, William Lambie, Esq. 21. At Tweed Green, Peebles, Miss of the Island of Jamaica, to Elizabeth Stirling, daughter of the late Alexander Dundas Crichton, daughter of Mr Crich. Stirling, Esq. merchant in Glasgow. ton, Gayfield Square.

22. At Home Lacy, Herefordshire, her

Grace the Duchess of Norfolk, aged 71. DEATHS.

At bis house, Buccleuch Place, Edin. March 30. In the Island of Tobago, Mr burgh, Mr Peter Anderson, merchant and John Duncan, merchant, youngest son of general agent. the late George Duncan, Esq. Comptroller At Lasswade, Mr Wm. Peddie, late of Stamp Duties for Scotland.

Mains of Dollar. April 19. At Ryepoor, of a fever, occa At her house, near Aberdeen, Mrs sioned by fatigue on service, Lieut.-Richard Katherine Morrison, widow of the Rev. Fraser, 5th Bengal native infantry, eldest David Forbes, late minister of Laurencekirk son of the late Mr Donald Fraser, writer At Aberdeen, Captain Hector M'Lean, in Inverness.

formerly of the 42d regiment, and late Reay May 2. At Madras, Sebastian Holford Highlanders. Greis, Esq.

23. At Yardheads, Mr John Johnstone, July. At Port Louis, Mauritius, George late baker in Leith. Waugh, Esq.

At Glasgow, Mrs Scott, relict of the Aug. 13. At Hamilton, after a long and late Robert Scott, Esq. of Larchgrove. severe illness, Kartharine Farquharson, 24. At North Shields, the Rev. John daughter of the late Alexander Farquhar- Millar, late of Glasgow. son, Esq. of Balfour, and wife of Mr Ro. 25. At Kingston Place, Glasgow, Mrs bert Valentine, Supervisor of Excise. Ann Rowand, wife of Mr Alex. Galloway,

17. In Jamaica, Hugh Walker, Esq, of merchant there. Carron Hall.

At Glasgow, Mrs Jean Crawford 25. At his pen in Salt Ponds, Jamaica, Gilmour, aged 76. Peter Grant, Esq. Serjeant at Arms to the At Gilmour Place, Edinburgh, James Hon. House of Assembly, son of the late Tait, Esq. late of the Bahamas. Sir Ludovick Grant of Dalvey, Bart. 26. At Ochiltree, Elizabeth Duncan, in

Sept. 10. On board the ship Elizabeth, op the 100th year of her age. She spent her his passage from South America to Londoa, whole life, and died within about half Lieut.James M'Farlane, of the Royal Ma- a mile from the place where she was born. rines, son of James M Farlane, Esq. Col. At his house, Union Place, Edinburgh, lector of Excise, Dumfries.

Mr Alexander Thomson, writer there. 17. At Ledbeg, Assynt, Margaret, At Monte Video, the Hon. Captain wife of John Mackenzie, Esq. Ledbeg, Henry Finch, Royal Navy; and second daughter of Charles Clarke, - In the 8th year of his age, Robert Esq. Glendow.

Stewart, Esq. of Garth. 24. At Richmond, Virginia, John Gra 27. At St Patrick's Square, Edinburgh, ham, Esq.

Isobella Crawford, wife of Mr T. Lurchen, Oct. 3. At Rhives, in the parish of Kil. Royal Navy, and daughter of Mr W. muir Easter, Mrs Mary Ross, wife of Da- Crawford, land surveyor. vid Aitken, Esq.

At Stornoway, 12 years of age, 4. At Aberdeen, Isobel Forbes, daughter George, eldest son of Syme Tod, Esq. of the late Alex. Forbes, Esq. Invernan. Comptroller of the Customs there.

9. At Greenock, Miss Isabella Young, At Kelton Mains, near Dumfries, sister to the late Rev. Dr Young of Erskine. William Walker, Esq. of Kelton Mains,

At Tradeston, Glasgow, Mrs Park, formerly of St Thomas in the East, in the widow of Capt. Charles Park of Parkhill. island of Jamaica.

13. At her brother's house, York Place, At Lency, Catherine Lesly, daugh. London, Miss Isabella Douglas.

ter of the late John Hunter Spreull Craw. 15. At Leipsic, Field-Marshal Prince ford, Esq. of Cowdonhill. Charles of Schwartzenberg.

At" Glasgow, Dr Patrick Cumin, 18. At Brookfield Cottage, John Scott, Professor- of Oriental Languages in the D. D. minister of Avondale, in the 71st University of Glasgow. year of his age, and the 39th of his minis 28. At Dumfries, Mr William Birch, try.

merchant, English Street, aged 25 years. Amelia, ftfth daughter of the late At Bank House, near Dupdee, Sir Lawrence Oliphant, Esq. of Gask. John Ogilvy of Inverquharity, Baronet.

19. At Strathaven, the Rev. Dr Jolin 29. At Edinburgh, in the 82d year of Scott, minister of that parish.

his age, the Rev. John Tough, D. D. late 20. At Anderston, in the 87th year of minister of the Chapel of Ease, St Cuth. his age, Walter Macfarlan, late serjeaut bert's, to which charge he was inducted in in the 42d regiment, supposed to be the 1766.

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30. At Hawick, in the 89th year of his panied Lord Amherst in the last Embassy age, Mr James Oliver, merchant there. to China, and has gratified the world with

At Inverkeithing, Mr George Beve- an account of that Embassy, and the disridge, Collector of the Customs there, tressing events attending the return of his

- At the Manse of Edderton, the Rev. Lordship, as well as a most interesting Alexander Munro, minister of that parish, description of the inhabitants of the Looin the 64th year of his age, and 36th of his Choo Islands. ministry.

8. At Cheltenham, Capt. Valentine Fle-
31. At Whitecroft House, the lady of ming, of his Majesty's 9th regiment of
D. W. Henderson Somerville, Esq. of foot.
Fingask and Whitecroft.

At his seat, the veteran poct, William
Nov. 1. At St Ninian's, near Wooler, Hayley, Esq.
H. H. St Paul, Esq. M. P. one of the re 9. At his house, in Wellington Place,
presentatives of the borough of Berwick. Glasgow, John Barr, Esq. late of London,

At Farleigh House, Hants, in his son of Mr Barr, formerly Rcctor of the
83d year, Admiral Sir Benjamin Cald- Grammar School of Glasgow.
well, G.C.B.

At St Ann's Lodge, Mrs Mundell, At Cliffdale, Orkney, Mrs Bale in the 83d year of her age. four.

10. At Edinburgh, Colonel Maxwell, At Inverness, in the 87th year of his late of 7th dragoon guards. age, Alex. Robertson, Esq. late Collector 11. At London, the Countess Dowager of Excise.

of Lincoln.
At London, Lieut.-General George At Gorgie, Charlotte, youngest
Glasgow, of the Royal Artillery.

daughter of Robert Robb, farmer there.
At Shrub Place, Leith Walk, Mrs 12. At Edinburgh, Charles Melvill,
Gutzmer, sen. wife of Henry Gutzmer, Esq. of Greenside.
Esq.

13. At Sundrum, Miss Frances, daugh· At Dunkeld, George, and on the 2d ter of John Hamilton of Sundrum Esq. instant, Robert, sons of the late Mr Smyt. At his house in Queen Street, Edin. tan, Surgeon, R. N.

burgh, Lieut. Colonel Imrie. 3. At Riess Lodge, Mrs Wemyss, wife 14. At Houscdale, Wm. Forbes, Esq. of of William S. Wemyss, Esq. of Southdun, Echt. and second daughter of Sir Benjamin Dun At the Manse of Lunan, the Rev. bar, Bart. of Hempriggs.

John Gowans. At Edinburgh, Mr John Stewart, 15. At Edinburgh, Miss Arabella son of Mr Alexander Stewart, Haystoun, Campbell, daughter of the late Jolin Peebles-shire, in the 29th year of his age, Campbell, Esq. cashier of the Royal Bank. deeply regretted.

At La Mancha Loanfoot, parish of 4. At his house, near Haugh of Urr, the Newlands, Mrs Helen Tod, wife of Mr Rev. James Biggar, late minister of the James Thom. Associate congregation of Urr, in the 73d At Irvine, at the great age of 102, M: year of his age.

James Neil, late a shipmaster from that At her house in Montrose, Lady Car. port. This extraordinary man enjoyed negie, relict of Sir James Carnegie of good health, with the entire use of his Southesk, Baronet.

faculties, to the last, and he died without 5. At his house at Shooter's Hill, Sir pain, a pious and exemplary ChristianWm. Robe, K.C.B. K.C.G. and K.T.S. his conversation was most interesting, and Colonel of the Royal Horse Artillery. facetious, full of anecdotes of the principal

At Glasgow, Mrs Sopliia Heugh, events of his long life, 65 years of which he spouse of Mr James Paul, Russell Street, had spent as a seaman, and many of them there; and at Demerara, on the 1st July in the service of bis country, along with last, aged 19, Mr Robert Paul, eldest son Boscawen and Hawke. He was the last of of the above Mr James Paul.

eight old sailors who were living at Irvine 6. At Broomley, Dumbartonshire, Miss in 1816, whose united ages amounted to Joanna Alston, daughter of the late John 693 years. Alston of Overhall, Esq.

At Edinburgh, John Carr, Esq. of
7. At Edinburgh, in the 6th year of her Ryehope.
age, Agnes, eldest daughter of Andrew 16. At Perth, John Richardson, Esq. of
Paterson, 47, Albany Street.

Pitfour.
At Park House, Kent, Lady Calder, At Galashiels Manse, the Rev. De
widow of Major-General Sir Henry Calder, Douglas, in the 738 year of his age, and
Bart

5 lst of his ministry. Never, perhaps, had - At Freeland House, the Right Hon. any parish more reason to regret the loss Dowager Lady Ruthven.

of their pastor.
8. Mrs Janet Pasley, spouse of Peter Dec. 2. At his residence, in Queen
Gavin, sen. Leith.

Street, Cheapside, John Man, Esq. much
Dr M Leod. The Doctor accom and deservedly regretted.

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GENERAL INDEX.

Abbot, the, a novel, by the author of Canzone of Tasso, 48
Waverley, remarks on, 248

Cape of Good Hope, new settlement at,
Abstract of Southey's Life of Wesley, 291, 259
399

Cartwright, Major, &c. trial of for sedition,
Accident at Portobello, 369_Dreadful one 175
at Rochdale, 564

Causes of the excellence of early poetry, 3
Africa, insurrection in Morocco, 266 Ceylon, account of the late Major Davie,
Agricultural Reports, 86, 181, 281, 377, by a gentleman resident there, 319
473, 568

Chalmers, Dr, extracts from his Christian
Alcestis of Alfieri, extracts from, 512 and Civic Economy of large Towns, 50
America, on the extension of the slave -The demand of human beings for re-
trade in, 57—Emigrations to, 356

ligious food, far short of the interest they
South, accounts from, 173

have in it, ib.--Mode of letting church
Andrian, the Fair, a comedy of Terence, seats hurtful to the interests of religion,
translation from, 113

52—Experiment often as instructive by
Ane cdotes of the late King and Queen, 14 failure as by success, 54
483

Chinese literature, notice of, 67
Apparitions of the Devil, 339

Christison, the late Professor, death of, 62
Appointments, Promotions, &c. 83, 179, Circuit Intelligence, 369, 469
279, 374, 471, 566

Civil Engineers, formation of a society of,
Arabic, translations of the Classics into, 65
258

Cockburn, the late Baron, death of, 92
Arctic Seas, return of the expedition of dis- Colquhoun, Dr, death of the late, 187

covery from the, 452— Remarks on its Comedies of Terence, new translation of,
siiccess, 149

113
Archipelago, Indian, remarks on Craw- Commercial Reports, 83, 183, 283, 379,
furd's History of, 26, 120

475, 570
Arts of Phormio, a comedy of Terence, Commons, House of—The Budget, 15-
translation from, 115

Proceedings in regard to charges against
Attorney-General's charges against the the Queen, 78, 173—See Queen, the
Queen, 267

Comparison of the ancient and modern
Austria, threatening preparations of, against drama, 516
Italy, 558

Connection between poetry and music, re-
Australasia, Terra, discovery of, 110

marks on the, 205
Authors, Living ; a dream, 133

Convention of Royal Burghs, proceedings
Bankrupts, lists of Scots and English, 90, of the, 174
185, 284, 380, 476, 571

Copper-plate printing, singular discovery
Barbour, William, trial of for an atrocious respecting, 354
assault on his uncle, 370

Cornwall, Barry, remarks on his Marcian
Births, lists of, 93, 188, 285, 381, 477, Colonna, 7
573

Correspondence of the De Coverley Fami.
Blanc, Mont, account of two recent at ly, 32—To the Editor, ib.—To John
tempts to ascend it, 329

de Coverley, Esq. 33—Mrs de Coverley
Blenheim, description of a Roman villa to Richard de (overley, Esq. 34-Miss

de Coverley to R. de Coverley, Esq. 35
Bowdich, Mr, his reply to the Quarterly Re -To the Editor, 124—To Richard de
view, 521

Coverley, Esq. 127—To the Editor,
Britain, national debt of, 178–Quarters 210—Miss de Coverley to her brother,
revenue of, 372

212_To Richard de Coverley, 322-
British Legislation, 82, 178, 573, 470 To Miss de Coverley, 325--To Richard
Brougham, Mr, speech of, in defence of de Coverley, 328–To the Editor, 431
the Queen, 361

-The Bears, 432
Brown, the late Dr, sketch of the late cha- Crawfurd's Indian Archipelago, remark
racter of, 344

on, 26, 120
Buenos Ayres, extracts of letters from, Crispin, St, celebration of his anniversary
223

at Edinburgh, 563
Bystander, the, No. V. 59–No. VI. 245 Darling's Elocutionary Exercises, 343

near, 159

ror, 559

Davie, the late Major, account of, by a of Jerusalem, 528_From Erskine's

gentleman residing in Ceylon, 319 Remarks on the Internal Evidence of
Deaths, lists of, 95, 189, 286, 382, 479, the Truth of Revealed Religion, 538
575

Festivals, Venetian, origin of the, 104
Decameron, the Modern, No. II. 439 Fires, great one in Paris, 170_Destruc-
No. III. 504

tive one at Port-au-Prince, 361-Exten.
Delany, Mrs, review of letters of, 483 sive and destructive one in Nova Scotia,
Denmark, notice of the Royal Library of, 459—Farther particulars of, 558–

551-Conspiracy to overturn the go. Dreadful one at York, 562
vernment of, 557

France, new election law of, 72–Trial
Description of a storm, 123_Of a Roman and execution of Louvel, assassin of the
villa in England, 159

Duke de Berri, ib.—Expences and num-
Devil, the, apparitions of, 339

ber of established clergy in, 73, 163
Dialogues on Natural and Revealed Reli Great fire in Paris, 170—Population of

gion, introduction, 228–Pamphilus to Paris, 258-Duty on French theatres,
Hermippus, 231-Part I. On the ex ib. Conspiracy against the Bourbons,
istence of the Deity, 232- Part II. Ad 264_Murder of the Duke Decres, 556
ditional illustrations, 307–Part III. Fraser, Mr, account of his journey through
Objections answered, 413

the Himala Mountains, &c. 236
Discovery of New South Shetland, account Freeholders of Scotland, number of, 369
of the, 110

German Literature, notices concerning, 258,
Domingo, St, revolution in the black em 550
pire of Hayti, and suicide of the empe -Reviews, No. III. 499

Germany, Frey-Gerichte, or Free Tribu-
Dramatists, essays on the early English, nal of, in the Middle Ages, 426
No. VIII. 148

Glasgow, military outrage there, 174
Dramatic poetry, letters on, 516

Globe, on the diminution of the waters of
Duchess of York, death of, 175

the, 353
Dundas, the late Lord, death of, 91 Graduations at the Edinburgh University,
Early English Dramatists, essays on, 148 161
Early Poetry, on the causes of the excel. Greek prize poem, 222
lence of, 3

Greenland, population of, 454
Earthquakes in Greece, 164

Greenock, murders committed by soldiers
Edgeworth, Richard Lovel, on the me stationed there, 175
moirs of, 226

Hamel, Dr, Russian Counsellor of State,
Education in England, notices respecting, account of two attempts by, to ascend
257

Mont Blanc, 329
Edinburgh, graduations at the University High Treason, trials for in Scotland, 77
of, 161-Riots in, 564

Himala Mountains, Mr Fraser's journey
Erskine, Mr, on the truth of revealed to the, 236
religion, extracts from, 538

Historical notice of the Frey-Gerichte (Free
Essays on Phrenology, letters from the au. Tribunal) of Germany in the middle

thor of, 43, 143_-On the early Eng.
lish Dramatists, 148

Historical notices of popular superstitions,
Executions at Glasgow and Stirling for &c. 128

High Treason, 277-0f four men at History of the Indian Archipelago, 26, 120
Glasgow for stouthrief, 564

History of the Morning Post for January
Excellence of early poetry, on the causes 31, 1820, 417–Chapter II. 419_Chap-

ter 111. 421-Chapter IV. 422_Chap-
Extracts from Barry Cornwall's Marcian Co ter V. 424.

lonna, 7, 123Mrs Delany's Anecdotes Holland, journal of a visit to, Letter XI.
of the late King and Queen, 14, 483 218-Letter XII. 492-Letter XIII. 492
Maturin's Sermons, 23_Crawfurd's In- Horace, a key to the last epistle of, 346,
dian Archipelago, 26~-Southey's Life of 434
Wesley, 36-Memoir of the Rev. Ron Human nature, on Hume's treatise on, 536
bert Walker, 38-Chalmers's ( hristian Hunt's translation of Tasso's Amyntas, re-
and Civic Economy of Large Towns, 50 marks on, 215
-Michiel's origin of Venetian Festivals, Hydrophobia, notice of a plant useful in
104-Mrs Opie's Tales of the Heart, the cure of, 551
152-Letters from Buenos Ayres, 223- Iceland mous, uses of the, 354
Fraser's Journey through the Himala Indian Archipelago, remarks on Crayfurd's
Mountains, 236- From the works of History of the, 26, 120
Vincenzio Monti, the Italian poet, 299 Impersonal verbs, remarks on, 155

- From the poetry of the late Dr John Invention, curious one by a blind musici.
Leyden, 302–From Mrs Delany's Let-
ters, 483—-From the Alcestis of Alfieri, Ireland, establishment of a general board
512-From Milman's poem of the Fall of health in, 141

ages, 426

of, 3

an, 65

Italian literature, Monti, 298–The Al. Michael Scott, the Wizard, life of, con-
cestis of Alfieri, 512

cluded, 99
Jerusalem, the Fall of, a dramatic poem, Military arrest of a clergyman, 278
remarks on, 528"

Milk, analysis of, 259
Journal of a visit to Holland, Letter XI. Milman, Rev. H. H. remarks on his poem
218 Haarlem, ib.- Amsterdam, 220 of the Fall of Jerusalem, 528

Letter XII. 492_Letter XIII. 492 Miracles, on the proof of, 337, 409
Juggernaut, notice respecting the temple Modern 'Decameron, the, No. II. 439–
of, 317

Letter from Dr Franklin to Dr Fother-
Justiciary, High Court of, proceedings in, gill, 441– To the Editor of the Edin-
77, 174, 564

burgh Magazine, 443-Note-An ad.
Justus Maser, on the life and writings of, dress to the Ladies of Great Britain, 444
387

--The Storm-beat Maid, 446_Lines
Keats, John, remarks on his poems, 107, written at Aberfoil, 447_Sonnet from
313

the Italian, 448_Letter to the Editor,
Key to the last epistle of Horace, 346, 434 ib. The Bower of Clyde, 449-No.
King, the, letter of the Queen to, 274

III. 504
Letter of her Majesty to the King, 274 Mont Blanc, account of two recent at.
Letters from the author of Essays on Phren tempts to ascend it, 329

ology, 43, 143_On dramatic poetry, Monti, Vincenzio, the Italian poet, ac-
516

count of, 298_Extracts from his poenis,
Leyden, the late Dr Jolin, remarks on the 299
poetry of, 301

Morning Post for January 31, 1820, his.
Lithographic press, notice of a new one, tory of the, 417
257

Morocco, insurrection in the army of the
Literature of Scotland in the age of An-

Emperor, 266
drew Melville, 17--0f China, notice Murray, Dr, death of the late, 93
respecting the, 67

Music and Poetry, on the connection be-
Literary and Scientific Intelligence, 65,

tween, 205
161, 257, 353, 451, 549

Naples, revolution in, 171-Assmbly of
Living Authors, a dream, 133-Mr Camp the new Parliament, 458_Threatened

bell, 134-Lord Byron, 135, 138-Mrs by Austria, 558
Opie, ib.— Thomas Moore, 139_South National debt of Britain, account of the
ey, ib.--Crabbe, ib.—Coleridge, Lamb, 178

and Lloyd, ib. — Wordsworth, 140 Natural and revealed religion, dialogues
Lord William Russell, remarks on the Life on, 228, 305, 413
of, 349

New South Shetland, discovered in the
Lords, House of, bill for regulating elec South Pacific Ocean, 110

tion of Scotch Representative Peers, 74 North-west expedition of discovery, its
- Proceedings in against the Queen, 79, successful return, 452
173, 177, 267, 361, 459-See Queen, Norton, the late Baron, death of, 92
the

Nova Scotia, destructive fire in, 459
Louvel, assassin of the Duke de Berri, trial Observations on the literature of Scotland,
and execution of, 72

in the age of Andrew Melville, 17
M'Lorey, Edward, trial of, for murder at Olives, external use of oil of, a preserva-
Dumfries, 369

tive against the plague, 355
Major Davie, the late, account of the im. Opie, Mrs, extracts from her Tales of the

prisonment and death of, in Ceylon, 319 Heart, 152
Marcian Colonna, an Italian tale, remarks Paris, population of, 258
on, 7-Extract from, 123

Parliament, proceedings of, 74, 78, 173,
Maremma, the, a tale in poetry, 395 266, 361, 459—Abrupt prorogation of,
Marriages, lists of, 94, 188, 286, 381,478, 560
574

Parry, Captain, letter from, respecting his
Maturin's Sermons, remarks on, 17 voyage of discovery in the Artic Seas,
Melville, Andrew, on the literature of Scot. 452-Further particulars of the voyage,
land in his time, 17

549
Memoir of the Rev. Robert Walker, 38 Persia, intrigues of Russian agents there,
Memoirs of Mr Edgeworth, remarks on 360
the, 226

Phrenology, letters from the author of es-
Men, physical strength of, depending on

the climate, 65—Height and strength of Physical strength of men depending great-
in Scotland, 66

ly on the climate, 65
Meteorological Tables, 86, 181, 281, 377, Pichler, Mrs Caroline, some account of,
473, 568

503
Meteoric stone, account of one in India, Playfair, the late Mr, on his opinions re-
355

specting the proof of miracles, 409

says on, 43

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