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31. At 11, Montague Street, Mrs Anne Burlin, 19. At Edinburgh, George Rose, Esq. surgeon,
wife of Mr William Braidwood, merchant, Edin some time of the Honourable East India Com.

pany's service.
- At Corbienan, Betsy Douglas, and on the 2d At London, Mrs Stirling, wife of William
inst. Archibald Haddow Douglas, son and daugh Stirling of Content, Esq.
ter of James Douglas, farmer, Lanarkshire,

At Eskside, Musselburgh, James Thomson,
April 1. At Langholm Manse, William Elliot Esq.
Lockhart, youngest son of the Rev. William B. 22. At George Square, Mrs Gracie, senior.
Shaw, aged nearly four years.

At St Andrews, Charles Kinloch, youngest
2. At Rome, the Most Noble the Marchioness son of Thomas Mylne, Esq. of Mylnefield.
of Northampton.

At 139, George Street, Elizabeth, daughter
- At Inverary, Miss Elizabeth Campbell, daugh of the late Rev. James Brown, minister of New-
ter of the late Mrs Campbell.

- At Musselburgh, Thomas Farquharson, Esq. 23. At Duke Street, Lcith, Mary, eldest daugh-
3. At Dublin, the Right Hon. Anne, Countess ter of the late Mr Anthony Laird, cooper and
of Ormonde, relict of John, late Earl of Ormonde. fish-curer there.

4. At Southfod, John Stenhouse, Esq. of South At London, Lord Gray, only son of the Earl
fod, in his 81st year.

and Countess of Wilton.
At 14, Henderson Row, Mr Adam Steele. 24. At 71, Clerk Street, Mr John Wilson, sur-

At Portobello, Mrs Catherine M'Lean, relict geon and druggist.
of the late Mr Alexander Shaw, Union Street, 25. At Wellfield, in his 20th year, Alexander,

son of the late John Rait, Esq. of Anniston.
- At Edinburgh, John Macdonald, Esq. of 28. At St John's Hill, the Rev. William Mar-
Glenaladale, in his 78th year.

shall of Mannor, Peebles-shire, 12 years minister
5. Marianne, the infant daughter of Lord Mon of that parish.

May 1. At Edinburgh, Miss Mary Young,
At Glasgow College, aged 28, Duncan Mac daughter of the late Rev. John Young, Kincar-
farlan, jun. Esq. advocate, eldest son of the Rev. dine.
Principal Macfarlan.

Lately, At Gibraltar, Alexander Farquhar, Esq.
7. At London, George, Earl of Pomfret, aged 63. the oldest resident British merchant there.
- At 8, Hart Street, Miss Agnes Veitch, daugh-

At Runfurley House, Rosstreevor, Ireland,
ter of Mr John Ve h, surgeon.

in his 80th year, James, Lord Viscount Lifford.
8. At Edinburgh, Matilda Stabilini, daughter - At Cincinnati, Father Hill, of the Catholic
of the late Mr Stabilini, professor of music, and Church, brother to Lord Hill.
wife of William Lamond, writer.

At London, General Sir Hew Whiteford
- At Stenhouse, Jane, only daughter of the Dalrymple, Bart.
late Thomas Peacock, Esq. of Stenhouse.

- At Paris, Richard Chenevix, Esq. Mr Che-
At the Manse of Kinnaird, the Rev. David nevix was a fellow of the Royal Society, and a
Spence, minister of that parish, in the 80th year member of most of the scientific and literary in-
of his age, and 46th of his ministry.

stitutions of Europe.
At Paisley, Andrew, youngest son of the - At Calverton, General Sir John Coape Sher-
Rev. Professor Symington.

broke, G.C.B.
- At Culross, Christian Geddes, Esq. in his 83d At 33, Regent Terrace, Colonel Udny Yule,

C.B. Hon. East India Company's service.
9. At Balgreggan, Eglantine Amabe', third At Creteuil, near Paris, aged 77, John Wil-
daughter of Sir William Maxwell of Monreith, liam Ker, Esq. brother of the late James Ker,

Esq. of Blackshiells.
- At Brussels, the Right Hon. Alexander Mur. At Aberystwith, in his sixth year, James
ray, Lord Elibank. He is succeeded in his titles Herbert Wemyss, second son of Lieut.-Colonel
and estates by his son Alexander, at present on Wemyss, late of the 58th regiment.
military service in the East Indies.

- At the North Muir of Forfar, Peter Smith,
10. At Leith Fort, Lieutenant Francis Dawson, aged 103 years.
royal artillery, aged 37 years.

At London, Mr John Rose, late of Shak STON.-We deeply regret to announce the death
speare Square, Edinburgh, in his 69th year. of this gentleman, which took place at his resi-

11. At Johnston's Place, Stockbridge, Alexan dence at Lauriston on Saturday, 24th April, in his
der Legget, Esq. deacon of the incorporation of 78th year. Any tribute to the memory of this ex.
skinners, in his 41st year.

cellent and respected individual, may, in adhering
13. At his house, Salisbury Road, Patrick San. to truth, appear to adopt the language of pane
derson, Esq. banker.

gyric. But those only who had the benefit of be-
- At Hastings, Helen Maria, only daughter of ing intimately acquainted with Mr Borthwick,
the late Alexander Fraser Tytler, Esq. of the could duly appreciate his unimpeachable integri-
Honourable East India Company's civil service. ty, his warmth of affection, his unwearied labour

- At Northumberland Street, William Bett, to serve his friends whenever they required his
aged three years, third son of E. D. Alison, Esq. assistance, his modest yet sincere piety, his admi.

14. Anne Loch Irvine, daughter of Patrick Ir ration of what was good in others, his peculiar
vine, Esq. of Inveramsay, W.s.

aversion to censure, or even to speak of their
15. At 32, Royal Circus, Mrs Dunlop:

foibles and faults, whilst he abhorred (but prefer-
16 At Perth, George Condie, Esq. writer. red rather to despise than to resent) whatever was

At the Royal Terrace, Neil Ryrie, Esq. mean and dishonourable. Though fond of retire-
- At George's Place, Leith Walk, Mrs Mar ment, and unassuming in his manners, his person-
garet L. Hardy, wife of Mr Robert Wight, Swe al appearance and demeanour always indicated
dish and Norwegian Consul at Leith.

the high-bred gentleman, and never failed to com-
17. At Edinburgh, Miss Williamina Fleming, mand respect. Men of far inferior mental endow-
daughter of the deceased William Fleming, Esq. ments, who, either from taste or accident, have
of Barrochan.

been led to become partisans in the noisy, but
· At Alva House, James Raymond Johnstone, often frivolous occurrences of the world, may, in
Esq. of Alva.

their fleeting day, have been more seen or spoken
18. At Cousland, George Dickson Wilson, of by their contemporaries; but as one who, with-
youngest son of Mr Alexander Wilson, merchant, out the smallest display or pretension, under-

stood and promoted the welfare of his country-
- At Grangemouth, Mr James Dow, many as a husband, a father, a relation, a friend, a
years of the customs, and collector of light duties landlord, a master, there is no person whose loss
at that port, aged 74.

will be more deeply felt and lainented, or whose
- At Glasgow, Susan, daughter of the Rev. memory will be longer remembered and revered,
Archibald Lawson, late minister of Kirkmahoe. than that of the late Mr Borthwick of Crookston.




Age, the, a Poem, review of, 114 Death, remarks on the punishment of, 865
Agricola on the colonial question, 455 Deaths, lists of, 134, 549, 965
Agricultural classes, remarks on the con Decay of the picturesque, complaint on

dition and present prospects of, 137 the, 254
Ambrosianæ, Noctes, No. XLVIII. 659 Desultory reminiscences of Miss O'Neill,
_No. XLIX. 802.-No. L. 917

America, British, letter on, 604

Domestic policy, No. III. Condition of
Annals of the Peninsular Campaigns, re. the lower orders, 90
view of, 508

Doom, a tale of, 190
Appointments, Promotions, &c. Military, Dressing the human body, on the art of,
129, 543, 957

Art of dressing the human body, on the Dwarf, the exhibited; by T. H. Bayly,

Assembling of Parliament, remarks on Education of the people, remarks on the, 1
the, 376

England, the church of, on its influence
Astrolab, or the Soothsayer of Bagdad, on society, 695

Essays on political economy, No. IV. 22
Atherstone's poem of the Fall of Nine Fall of Nineveh, the, review of, 137
veh, revicw of, 137

Fate of the Caliph Montasser, the, 363
Babe, to my, 863

Ferns, the Bishop of, and Lord Mount-
Bankrupts, British, alphabetical lists of, cashel, on the controversy between, 173
130, 546, 960

First day of the session, the, 609
Baron St Gio, some remarkable passages First sermon, the, 879
in the remarkable life of, 891

Forsaken, the, to the false one, 577
Bass Rock, verses on, by Delta, 340 Forty-second regiment at Coruntia, letter
Births, lists of, 132, 547, 902

regarding the conduct of, 704
Book, review of, the Young Lady's, 267 France and Germany, review of Dibdin's
British Colonies, letters on the, from tour in, 306

James M.Queen, Esq., to the Duke of Free trade, on its influence upon the con-
Wellington 223

dition of the labouring classes, 553
British America, letter or, to Sir George Genius, the reign of, 501
Murray, 604

Genlis, Madame de, notice of a work by,
Byron, review of Moore's Letters and 481
Journals of, 389_ Part ii. 422

Gio, Baron St, remarkable passages in the
Caledonia, ancient, mourn! 034

life of, 891
Church of England, on its influence on Grey hair, the first, 112
society, 695

Greek pastoral, a, 766
Christian year, review of the Poem of Headsman, the, a tale of doom, 190
thc, 833

Heat and thirst; a scene in Jamaica, 861
Cloudesley ; a Tale, revicw of, 711 Henry the Lion, a tragedy, review of,
Colonial question, remarks on the, 455 316
Commons, on the reform of the House Hints to the two Houses of Parliament,
of, 640

Complaint on the decay of the Pictu. House of Commons, on the reform of the,

Condition and prospects of the agricultu. Human body, on the art of dressing the,

ral classes, 343 ; remarks on the influ. 185

ence of free trade upon the, 553 Improvements of London, remarks on the
Controversy between the Bishop of Ferns recent, 17
and Lord Mountcashel, 173

Influence of frec trade on the condition of
Country, on the state of the, 596

the labouring classes, 553
Courts of law in Scotland, on the altera. Influence of the Church of England on
tion of, 742

Society, 645
Craille song of the elves, 769

Ireland, on the poor laws in, 748
Currency, on the effects of variations in Jamaica, a scene in, 861
the, 59

Jury, on trial by, in civil cases, 736
Currency question, remarks on the, 792 Klingeman, review of his tragedy of llenry
Days Departed; or Banwell Hill, review the Lion, 316
of the poem of, 279

Lady of Provence, the, 372

resque, 234


Laird of Lonne, the, a ballad, by the Et 929_Credit and commerce, 934–The
trick Shepherd, 571

Shepherd on his native country, 939–
Lamb, C. Esq. his farce of the Pawn. Angling, 949
broker's daughter, 97

Notice by the Editor, 539
Last Stork, the, a poem, 217

Observacions on the taxes, 487
Law, on the alteration of the Courts of, in

Ode to poverty, 579
Scotland, 742

Once upon a time, 361
Lawn Sleeves, a poem, 372

One-pound note circulation, on the, 792
Laws, the poor, in Ireland, remarks on, O'Neill, Miss, desultory reminiscences

of, 47
Letter on the controversy between the Parliament, on the assembling of the, 376

Bishop of Ferns and Lord Mountcashel, -The meeting of the, 596–The silent

member, 608, 717, 849—The first day
on British America, 604

of the Session, 609-Hints to the two
from Major-General Stirling, 704 Houses of, 772
de Arte Poetica, 706

Parties, on the state of, in Parliament, 596
from a Half-caste to a Pharsee, 786 Pawnbroker's Daughter, the, a farce, 97
Letters to the Duke of Wellington, on the Peninsular Campaigns, review of Annals
British Colonies, 223

of, 508
and journals of Lord Byron, re Picturesque, on the decay of the, 254
view of Moore's, 389_Part ii. 422 Poetica, letter de arte, 706
Lines on reading Arthur's Round Table, Poetical portraits, 632

Poetry :-To M. W. 109–On the portrait
Literature, musical remarks on, 471

of Wickliffe, 110_The first gray hair,
London, remarks on the recent improve 112-Love and death, 113-The last
ments in, 17

stork, 217_The Bass rock, 340_Lawn
Love and death ; by Mrs Hemans, 113 sleeves, 356_Once upon a time, 361–
M'Queen, James, Esq. letters from, to the The Lady of Provence, 372.The re-

Duke of Wellington, on the British Co. quiem of genius, 501-The exhibited
lonies, 223

dwarf, 502-The tea-table, 503—The
Marriages, lists of, 123, 548, 963

veteran tar, 568-The laird of Lonne,
Mariner's return, the, 907

571_The forsaken to the false one,
Member, the silent, 608, 717

677_Triumphant music, 578_Ode to
Meeting of Parliament, remarks on the, poverty, 579_To a human tooth, 581

- The reigning vice, book v. 620_
Military promotions, appointments, &c. Book vi. 881-Poetical portraits, 632
129, 543, 957

-On reading Arthur's round table,
Moore’s Life of Byron, review of, 389 705-A Greek pastoral, 765_Cradle
Part II. 422

song of the elves, 769—To my babe,
Monthly lists of new publications, 126, 863_The first sermon, 879—Cato, 905
541, 953

The mariner's return, 90
Mourn, ancient Caledonia, 634

Policy, domestic, No. III. 90
Mountcashel, Lord, and the Bishop of Political economy, essays on, No. IV. 22

Ferns, on the controversy between, 173 Promotions, appointments, &c. Military,
Music, triumphant, 578

129, 543, 949
Musical literature, remarks on, 471 Port of Venasque, the, 583
Nineveh, the Fall of, review of, 137 Publications, monthly lists of new ones,
Noctes Ambrosianæ, No. XLVIII., 659 126, 541, 953

-Scottish Academy exhibition, 663 Punishment of death, remarks on the, 865
An adventure of the Shepherd, 669 Pyrenees, a scene in the, 583
Distress of the country, 675-The Edin. Reform of the House of Commons, on the,
burgh Review, 678_Sotheby's and other 640
new publications, 685_Scotch and Eng. Reigning vice, the, 620, 881
lish feeding, 691_Sculpture; Thom Remarkable passages in the life of Baron
and Greenshields, 693--Galt's Lawrie St Gio, 891
Tod, 694. No. XLIX.,802—The Shep. Remarks on the education of the people, 1
herd's description of a country church -On the recent improvements in Lon.
yard, 804—Transplanted trees, 805— don, 17-On the effects of variation in
River fishing, ib. The theatre, 808 the currency, 59_On the art of dressing
The Shepherd's receipt for rheumatism, the human body, 185–On the condition
809--The power o' education, 811 and prospects of the agricultural classes,
Metaphysics, 812_Shepherd's descrip 343_On the assembling of Parliament,
tion of the suffering of thirst, 817– 376-On the colonial question, 455-On
Campbell, Moore, and Byron, 823– musical literature, 471-On the taxes,
No. L. 917-Birds' nests, 918—Chris 487_On the influence of free trade up-
tian and Jewish laws, 921_-Religion, on the condition of the labouring classes,
921_Bronte and O'Bronte, 925–Up 553_On the meeting of Parliament, 596
setting a bee-hive and assault of bees, On the reform of the House of Com.

mons, 640_On the influence of the Southey's Vindiciæ Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ,
Church of England on society, 695-On review of, 465
trial by jury in civil causes, 736–On Spectre ship of Salem, the, 462
the alteration of the courts of law in State of the country and of parties, on the,
Scotland, 742-On the poor laws in Ire 596
land, 748_On the currency question, Standard of value, on the adjustment of

792–On the punishment of death, 865 the, 792
Reminiscences, desultory, of Miss O'Neil, Stork, the last, by the Ettrick Shepherd,

Requiem of genius, 501

Tale of Doom, a, 190
Review of the Age, a poem, 114–Of the Taxes, observations on the, 487

Fall of Nineveh, a poem, 137–Of the Tea-table, the, 503
Young Lady's Book, 267_Of Days Tour in France and Gerniany, review of
Departed, or Banwell Hill, 279_Of Dibdin's, 306
Dibdin's Tour in France and Germany, Trial by Jury in civil causes, remarks on,
306–Of Henry the Lion, an historical 736
tragedy, 316_Of Moore's Byron, 389, Triumphant music, 578
422_Of Southey's Vindiciæ, 465–Of Variations of the currency, on the effects
Annals of the Peninsular Campaigns,
508_Of Cloudesley, 711_Of the poem Venasque, the port of, 583
of the Christian Year, 833

Verses to M. W., 109
Round Table, lines written on reading the Veteran tar, the, 568
romance of Arthur's, 705

Vice, the reigning, 620, 881
Scene in the Pyrenees, a, 583

Vindiciæ Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ, review of
Scene in Jamaica, a, 861

Southey's, 465
Scotland, on the alteration of the Courts of War, the Peninsular, review of Annals of,
law in, 762

Sermon, the first, 879

Wickliffe, on the portrait of, 110
Session, the first day of the, 609

Wishing-gate, the, 72
Silent member, the, 608_No. II. 717– Works preparing for publication, 125
No. III. 849

Year, the Christian, review of the poem
Society, on the influence of the church of

of, 833
England on, 695

Young Lady's Book, review of the, 267

of, 59



Broughton, 963 Douglas, 133, 963 Greig, 132, 133,
Aberdeen, 133 Bruce, 963

Dudgeon, 548, 963 963
Allan, 963
Bryce, 962
Duke, 963

Haldane, 547
Andrew, 962 Brydon, 962 Duncan, 132, 548, Hamilton, 133,
Anderson, 132 Buchanan,548,962 963

547, 963
Anstruther, 548, Campbell, 132, ib. Easton, 548

Hannay, 548

ib. ib. 963, ib. Eddington, 963 Hardy, 962
Arbuthnot, 547 Cannan, 548 Erskine, 963 Hariot, 963
Aytoun, 963
Cay, 133

Espinasse, 962
Baillie, 132

Harper, 962
Carnegie, 132, 547, Fairholme, 548

Hay, 132
Bain, 963

Farquhar, 962

Henchy, 963
Balfour, 548

Chetwynd, 132 Ferguson, 132, 963 Henderson, 963
Bayley, 133
Christie, 963 · Ferrier, 963

Hill, 548
Begbie, 963
Clark, 963
Fife, 963

Hohenlohe - Lang-
Berry, 133
Craig, 548
Findlay, 962

enburgh, 132
Bertram, 132 Crawford, 132 Fisher, 133 Honeyman, 962
Blackie, 132, 962 Cook, 962

Forbes, 133, 548, Howden, 962
Blair, 132, 962 Cowan, 548

ib. 963

Home, 963
Bonar, 133

Crichton, 548 Forman, 547 Hood, 963
Bontine, 962 Cumming, 132, ib. Fraser, 962, ib. Hope, 548
Borthwick, 963 Cuthbert, 547 Gill, 549

Horsburgh, 548
Boyle, 132
Dall, 963
Gillon, 963

Hunter, 547, 548,
Bradford, 133 Dalzel, 133, 963 Glassford, 132

Bremner, 547 Darling, 548 Goodlet, 548
Bridges, 548

Hyndman, 963
Davidson, 963 Gordon, 132, ib. Innes, 962
Brodie, 133
Deans, 548

Grahame, 132 Jerdan, 132
Brown, 132, 133, Denham, 132, 547 Grant, 962, 963, ib. Johnston, 962, 963
ib. 518
Dewar, 962
Gray, 963

Keith, 963

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