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Nov. 9. Mr Jaines Small, one of the se. 15. At Exeter, the Rev. Alexander Mʻla.
nior clerks in the Stamp Office, Edinburgh. tyre, minister of Crieff.

10. At Edinburgh, Robert Scott Mon- 16. At Brichen, Mr Alexander Durie
crieff, Esq. of Newhalls, a gentleman uni- merchant, and some time dean of guild of
versaliy e teemed and regretted, on account that place,
of his many amiable qualities, and for the - At Kelso, universally esteemed and ro
great attention he paid to the religious, gretted, Mr Charles Waldie, banker, aged 68.
charitable, and benevolent institutions of this At Kelso, much regretted, Mr Alex

ander Curle, meal inerchant.
- At Blochairn, near Glasgow, in his At Kelso, at the advanced age of 92,
87th year. Captain James Parker, many Mr Archibald Johnston, merchant.
years merchant in Norfolk, Virginia.

At Belvidere, Alexander Duguid, Esq.
At Vauxhall, London, General Colin merchant in Aberdeen, in the 55th year of
Mackenzie, Colonel of the 3d royai veteran his age. He had been employed, during
battalion, aged 80.

the day, in his usual business, and on going
At Edinburgh. Catharine second

to bed almost instantly expired.
daughter of the late Captain William Blair, At Edinburgh, Isabella Clementina,
13th regiment of foot.

fith daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick
11. At Edinburgh, Mr Henry Wright, Tytler.
of the house of Sir William Forbes Bart. 17. In the Poor's house at Dumfries, of
and Co. bankers.

which she had been an inmate for the last
- At the advanced age of 70 years, Mr nine years, Jane Thomson, at the very ad.
Maurice Margarot, chaii man of the London vanced age of 102. The parish register of
Corresponding Society. He was sent as a Trogi.ver bears that she was born in 1713.
delegate from that Society to the British 18. Ai Edimburgo, Mo Archibald Douglas,
Convention. which met at Edinburgh fur of the Custoins.
the same object, in the year 1793, where 17. At Lanark, much and justly regret
he was accused of sedition, with the whole ted, John Simpson, Emq. late Provost of that
of the Convention. He was tried before the burgh.
Court of Justiciary, and sentenced to four. At Wilton Manse, Mr Charters,
teen years transportation to Botany Bay, - At Clatterford, Isle of light, Major.
with four others. He was the only one General Pobert Young, dged 45.
of the five who survived the term of his 19. At Nelson Street, in her 19th year,
banishment to return home.

Nancy Douglas Moffat, wife of Mr Henry,
14. At Hackney, London, Joseph For- builder
syth, M.D. lately from Jamaica, eldest son

At Edinburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Low
of Philip Forsyth, Esq. of Nithside.

Jamison, spouse of Mr David Low, in the
15. At Berwick, John Proctor, Esq. aged 85th year of her age. She has lived with
90 years, the eldest burgess of the Corpora. her husband upwards of 65 years.

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ing, 87

gow, 566

ADVENTURE of Mungo Caledonian Horticultural So Coffee, on the art of make

Park with three lions, ciety, Proceedings of, 175,
197, 891

Commercial Intelligence, 54,
Aeronautic Expeditions in

Canal, Report of the 95, 166, 566, 695
Scotland, 807, 899

Commisioners for, 518 Consolation, & other Poems,
African thieves, account of,

Mercury of 1660-61, review of, 770

extracts from, 670, 758 Cooke the Miser, anecdotes,
Albay, eruption of the vol. Canals, Parlia nentary pro-

of, 41
cano of, 525
ceedings respecting the

Dr, Extracts from
Ali Pasha, sovereign of Al. Union line, 248_Advan his History of the Church
bania, anecdotes of the tages of the Level Line of Scotland, 356_Review
court and character of, 589 over the Union Line, 323

of, 417
Alloa, description of the

-Mr Telford's report on

Copenhagen, state of Socie-
tower of, 883

the Union, 337_General ty and literature at, 195.
Alphabet, on the invention Prospectus of the Edin. Corryarraick, on the im-
of the, 434

burgh and Glasgow, 319 provement of the district
Anatomy, on the advanta. Plan of one from Leith to

of, 737
ges of Comparative, 417 New Monkland, 497_Re. Country, on the love of,
Ancient Chivalry, on Tour port of the Commissioners 823
naments, and other mat. for Caledonian, 518-Re, the late William,
ters relating to, 908

solutions of subscribers to memoir of, 15-Review of
Appeals, Scots, number of, the Edinburgh and Glas. his Fugitive Pieces, 636
decided in the House of

Crines punished with death
Lords during the Session Carnival at Rome, anecdotes in England, 114
1815, 834
of the, 124, 197

Criticism on Young's Night
Apples, on the different spe Carolan, the Irish bard, 'Thoughts, 483
cies of in Scotland, 280. anecdotes of, 503

Cumana, earthquakes in,27%
Arts, Fine, memoirs of the Castle and city of Edin. Daison, William, Esq of
progress of, 51, 133, 175, burgh, origin of the, 836 Graden, memoir of the latc,
254, 374, 416, 486, 565, Caubul, &c. present state of

728, 815, 886

the kingdom of, 840, 913 Delille, the French Poet,
Athens, on the present state Celtic Etymopgies and An. eulogy on, 31, 97
of, 685

tiquities, 314

Discipline, a Novel, Review
Banks for Savings, on the Cessford Castle, descrip of, 126
advantages of, 3, 424 tion of, 323

Distillation, state of the law
Bath, Order of, new regu. Charity Workhouse of Edin regarding Highland, 110
lations respecting, 119,263 burgh, receipt and expen-

Domestic Embarrassments,
Biggar, description of, 723 diture of, 897,

on the cause of our, 754
Boghall, description of, 723 Charles, George, trial of, for Druids, Review of Toland's
Bonaparte, second abdica sheep-stealing, 19

history of the, 285, 361
tion, of 410--Anecdotes of, - Chemistry, memoirs of the Dunblane Cathedral,descrip-
at the battle of Waterloo, progress of, 51, 133, 175, tion of, 403

254, 37-4, 416, 486, 565, Dundee Lunatic Asylum,
Buchanan, D, review of his 728, 815, 886

report concerning the, 824
edition of Sinith's Wealth Christiana, description of Dunfermline, inanufacture
of Nations, 207
the town of, 511

of table-linen in, 418
Buz, Sir Ilumpkin, life and Church of Scotland, review of Earthquakes in Cumana, 272
adventures of, 8

Dr Cooke's history of, 447 Edinburgh, Fugitive pieces,
Cairns and Tumuli found Clan-Albin, a national tale, review of, 636
on the Borders, 427
review of, 849

Lunatic Asylum
December 1815.

of, report respecting, 92- Helena, St. description of Metaphysical, Ethical, and
Tavern bill in, in 1703, 115 the island of, 653

Political Philosophy,view of
- Report of Police Commis. Hemp, new substitute for, 11. the progress of, review of,
sioners of, 116–Description and Flax, new method 924
of buildings to be erected on of preparing, 677

Military ensigns during the
the Mound at, 163-Re- Herald Office, Query re- Civil War, 336
marks on the Exhibition of specting fees in the, 248 Milne, Professor, of Glasgow,
Paintings at, 327,411-On Hesse Cassel, anecdote of the documents respecting a sin-
the wall built on the Castle Court of, 199

gular charge made against,
Hill of, 403_Plans for Highland distillation, state 352, 440
buildings between Leith of the law regarding, 110

Mineral Water found near
and, 576-On the archi- Roads and Bridges, re. Dunblane, 101
tectural improvements of, port of Commissioners for, Minto House, description of,
665, 742_Strictures on 583, 659.

criticisms on the exhibi. Iceland, an eruption of the Mushrooms, on the culture
tion of paintings at, 674 Geysers of, 17

of, 252
- View of the Musical Jury Trial on Civil Cases, Musical Festival in Edin-
Festival in, 812, 903 report of the Committee of burgh, account of, 812, 903
Origin of the Castle and Writers to the Signet on, Natural History, Monthly
City of, 836_Receipt and 167-Letter on the same Memoranda in, 11,93,173,
Expenditure of the Charity subject, 168.

252, 335, 415, 485, 564,
Work house of, 897 Kelly, Thomas, tried and 652, 727, 805, 890
Education, cursory thoughts condemned for highway Newark Castle, description
on, 184
robbery, 26

of, 803
Eglinton Castle, description Kirk-session, proceedings in New Holland, coral reefs and
of, 3.

1708, review of, 348 islands on the coast of,680,
Elba, visit to the island of, 112 Lamont, J. a Catholic priest, account of the natives of,682
Electrical phenomena on tried for performing the ce- Nithsdale Minstrel, review
Mount Etna, 115

remony of marriage, 830 of the, 932
Elgin Cathedral, description Landscape Painting, on the Nubibub, Sir Humpkin Buz's

of the interior of, 243 mode of studying, 107- journey to the city of, 8
Etna, Mount, electrical phe- Theory of expression and O'Neil, Henry, tried and con-

nomena experienced on, 115 character, 180-Style, 257 demned for highway rob-
Fingers and Toes, account Laplanders of Finmark,

bery, 26
of a family having super- manners and situation of Paintings, remarks on the
numerary ones, 408
the, 36

Edinburgh exhibition of,
Flodden Field, on an error of Lee, Mr, account of his 327, 411-London, exhibi-
the Editor of, 912

new invention for preparing tion of, 405_Strictures on
France, Review of travels in, hemp and flax, 677

criticisms on the Edinburgh
during 1814-15, 762 Leith, North, description of exhibition of, 674
'French National Institute, the new church of, 563 Parish or Savings Banks, on
proceedings of the, 346 Litakoo, in South Africa, the advantages of, 3, 424
Manners, change effect. visit to, 429

Park's Travels, extracts from
ed by the Revolution on,501 Literary Intelligence, 49, new volume of, 276
Gardening, on Scottish, 121 131, 212, 246, 372, 454, Park, the late Mungo, ad..
Geysers of Iceland, descrip- 487, 614, 694, 774, 854, venture of, with three lions,
of an eruption of the, 17 934

Gillespie, the Rev. William, Property, decision con-

- biographical account
Review of his poems, 770
cerning, 609

of, 339
Gold, mode of washing for, the Lord of the Isles, Review

and Mr Scott, ance-
in Africa, 276
of the Poem of, 42

dotes of, 729
Gordon, Lieut-Colonel, me. Lottery of Books in 1665, Paterson, John, tried for
moir of, 16
plan for a, 505

sheep-stealing, 19
Grain, on the present fall in Louis XVI. account of the

-, William, tried fax
the price of, 894
grave of, 10.

poisoning his wife, 18+, 260
Great Britain, Journal of a Lunatic Asylum of Edin. Perseverance, the ship, nar.
tour and residence in, re- report respecting, 92 rative of the destruction of
view of, 527

Lunn, biographical account 746
Guy Mannering, a novel, of the late Mr H. 732 Playfair's Life of Professor
Review of, 608

Manufactures, memoirs of Robison, review of, GO2
Hanover, genealogical ac. the progress of, 51, 133, Portugueze Settlements on

count of the House of, 884 175, 254, 374, 416, 486, the coast of Africa, state of
Hartree, description of, 723 $65, 728, 815, 886


the 200

Printing Machine, particu London to, 588_Abstract sons, original letter of, 888
lars respecting a new one, of the new Stamp Duties in, Travels in France, during

675, 734Aeronautic Ex 1814-15, review of, 762
Press, description of peditions, in 807,899—Des Truffles, on the cultivation
Ruthven's patent one, 83 scription of, in the reign of of, 727
Property, on the depreciation James I. 883

Union Canal between Edin-
of, 754

Scott, Walter, review of his burgh and Glasgow, Par-
Revenue of England & Scot poem of the Lord of the liamentary proceedings re-
land, 657, 817

Isles, 42

lative to the proposed, 248
Robison, Professor, biogra -, Mr, and Mr Park, a

Mr Telford's report
phical account of the late, necdotes of, 729

on the, 337
review of, 602

Scottish widows' fund, insti Vaccine establishment, na.
Romance and Minstrelsie, o tution of, 14

tional, report of the, 598
rigin and progress of, 573

words, on the inter-

Volcano of Albay, eruption
Rassian medal, curious one pretation of old ones, 664 of the, 525.
found in the old church at

regiments, conduct Waterloo, accounts of the
Libberton, 9
of at Waterloo, 650

battle of, 405, 643.
Sansanding, in Africa, ac. Sinclair, Colonel, account of Wealth of Nations, review
count of, 279

his expedition into Norway, of Buchanan's new edition
Savings Banks, on the ad 516

of, 207
vantages of, 3, 424

Stamp Duties in Scotland, Wellington, letter written by
Science, memoirs of the pro-

abstract of the new ones, the Duke of, on the pummel
gress of, 51, 133, 175, 254, 675, 734

of his saddle, after the bat-
374, 416, 486, 565, 728, Steam Boat, account of one tle of Waterloo, 652
815, 886

invented in 1737, 164 Wernerian Society, proceed-
Scotland, improvements and Stewart, Dugald, Esq., Re ings of the, 244
new institutions in, 14 view of his Metaphysical Whale, account of a white
State of gardening in, 121 Philosophy, &c. 924

one caught in the Frith of
-woods and plantations of, Streets, observations on the Forth, 415
123_Proceedings of the planning of, 741

Whitbread, Samuel, Esq. par-
Highland Society of, 177, Table · Linen manufactured ticulars of the death of, 499
494_Different kinds of ap in Dunfermline, 418 Wine-Making, on the pro-
ples in, 280Table of culti- Tapestry, ancient, in the Ca cesses of, 324, 820
vated and uncultivated lands thedral of Aix, account of, Woods and Plantations of
in, 281 Preebyterian Go 165

Scotland, 123
vernment in, 356_Eccle- Tavern-bill in 1703, 115 Works, New, published in
siastical state of, 523_Pro. Teneriffe, description of the Edinburgh, 49, 131, 294,
posed improvement in con Peake of, 268

372, 454, 525, 614, 694,
veying intelligence from Thomson, author of the Sea 774, 854, 934.

Arthur's Seat, contemplation Picture of Evening, 616 Stanzas written in winter, 696
on the top of, 376

Poems by G. Knowles, late Thames, a Fragment, 776
from Camoens, 536

minister of Birse, 135, 214, Verses on reading Walter
Etterick Pen, 695

Scott's Poems, 616
the Ettricke Garland, 935 the Sailor, 216

by J. M‘Diarmid, 936
Hebrew Melodies, by Lord Song, at the Musomanic So. on a visit to Scotland,
Byron, 564

ciety of Anstruther, 56 after 27 years absence, 936
Monody, 536

Clouden Banks, 775, Washington, verses occasion-
froin the Morisco, 536

I catch't thy ed by the expedition to, 376
Old Albin has carried the daddie wi', 855

Waterloo, lamentation over
away, 615

Songs sung at ja Foot-Ball the fallen at, 856.
Parting, 294

match at Carterhaugh, 935

The cap

Armies allied against Bona.

parte, amount of, 620
Army estimates, 622
Assize of Bread bill, motion

for repealing the, 59
Bank-restriction bill, debate
in the, 305

Bank of England, state-
ments of Mr Grenfell, and
motions for papers concern-
ing, 458, 621
Bath, Order of, opposition
to the new extension of
thc, 382

Bonaparte's return from El.
ba, debates on this subject,
378, 382-Declaration of
the Allies against, 458
Letter of, to the Queen of
Naples, 541
Burdett, Sir Francis, speech



of, on the Corn-bill, 304 marriage, 699, Vote thanks relating to affairs in France,
Charges Lord Castlereagh to the Duke of York, 700 ib. Debate on the return
with selling seats in Par. Congress of Vienna, discus. of Bonaparte from Elba,
liament, 305-presents pe- sions on the proceedings 378_Address the Prince
tition from Westminster for of, 219, 379_Lord Castle- Regent or the conclusion
Peace and Parliamentary reagh's defence of, 38 of the American war, 457
Reform, 544

Continental affairs, interest. Debate on the Property.
Canada, motions for papers ing discussions in the House Tax, ib. On the question
respecting the war in, 59, of Commons concerning, of peace or war, 537-

57-8, 223, 461 - In the Vote thanks, and £. 6000
Castlereagh, Lord, defends House of Lords, 217, 218, a year to ihe Duke of Wels
his cond ct at the Vienna 379, 384, 458

lington for the victory of
Congress, 380

Corn Laws, debates on pro- Waterloo, 617, Throw out
Civil List, motions for in- posed alterations on the, Pillory abolition bill, ib.
quiring into the expendi. 217, 220, 223, 297 -8 -9, Regent's speech on proro.
tureof, rejected, 385,543 301, 303, 371 — Bill passed, guing Parliament, 618
Statements of Mr Tierney 305

Marjoribanks, Sir J. moves
respecting, 543

Cumberland, Duke of, grant thanks to the Duke of
Commons, House of,-In- of £. 6000 moved to, 699, York, 700
teresting discussions and rejected by a majo. Mendicity, state of, in Lon.
Continental affairs, 57-8, rity of one, 700

don, 697
219, 223,379, 381, 460-1, Dutch loan to Russia to be Militia, debates on the le
On the Property. Tax, 49, paid by Britain, 697 gality of keeping it embo-
459-Debates on the Corn. East India Company, mo- died, 217, 301.
laws, 220, 223, 299, 301, tion of Lord Milton re- Murat, King of Naples, de-
303_Statement of

specting, 543

bate in the Commons on
Ways and Means for the Foreign expenditure, state- the conduct of, 540
year, 221-Debate on the ment of, 620

Navy Estimates, 460
Bank-restriction bill, 302, French emigrants, money Ordnance Estimates, 697
Military employed to pro- voted for relief of, 460 Orr, Captain, petitions Com.
tect Members voting for Gibraltar, motions respect- mons against the senience
the Corn-bill, 303-Corn- ing Spanish refugees deli- of a Court Martial, 586
bill passed after an angry vered up by the Governor Peace or War, debate in the
discussion, 305-Debates of, 58, 217, 220, 301. Commons on the question
on Bonaparte's return from Gore, Governor, discussions of, 461-in the lords, 537
Elba, 378, 382_Questions respecting conduct of, in Pillory, bill for abolishing
respecting treaty of Vienna, Canada, 698

the punishment of, 382-
460-Debate on the ques- Grey, Lord, his speech a. thrown out in the Lorda,
tion of Peace or War, 461

gainst the war with Bona- 617
-On the London petition

parte, 538

Property-Tax, debates and
against the Property Tax, Ireland, motion for extend- petitions against its con-
462_On the conduct of ing the Property-Tax to, tinuance 219, 457, 459,
Murat, King of Naples, 540 rejected, 460

464-Motion for extend.
Bil for renewal of the Irish Cainovics,petition from, ing it to Ireland rejected,
Property Tax passed, 542 539 Motion of Sir H. 461-Petition of the Log-
Inquiry into Civil List ex- Parnell in favour of, reject. don Livery against, 452-
penditure, 543-Refuse pe- ed, 621

Renewal of, carried in the
tition from Westminster Irish Budget, 698

Commons, 542
for Peace and Reform in Jury-trial in Scotland, De. Regent, Prince, addressed on
Parliament, 544_Debate bates on the bill for intro- the conclusion of the Ame-
on the Regent's message, ducing, 218, 297, 298 rican war, 457_Message
ib._Statement of foreign London, Livery of, petition of to Parliament on the
expenditure, and amount against the Property-Tax, affairs of the Continent,
of troops arrayed against 462

and debate of the Lords
Bonaparte, 620_Motion LORDB, HOUSE of-Discus. on, 537–His speech on
in favour of the Irish Ca- .sions on the Corn-laws, proroguing Parliament, 618
tholics rejected, 621- 217, 297, 89, 377-In- Inquiry into his expen-
Supplies for the year, 694 teresting debates on Con- diture negatived in Con-
--Vote thanks to the tinental affairs, 217, 458

mons, 621
Duke of Wellington, and Debate on the Scots Ju- Riot Act, motion for bill to
£..0,000, for victory of ry-trial bill, 218, 297-8 amend it refused, 543
Waterloo,698--Discussion -Corn-bill passed, 377- Riots in London on account
on Duke of Cumberland's Prince Regent's message

of the corn-bill, 303


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