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sence, observing that, as they had been the at the early age of 36 years, his country is ruin of him, he would prevent them injur. deprived of a brave soldier, and society of ing any one hereafter.
six respected and amiable individuals. At Massulipatam, in the house of James Lieutenant-Colonel David Roberts, for0. Tod, Esq. Judge and Chief Magistrate merly of the life guards, but last of the there, on the 5th November 1818, Lieu. 51st regiment of infantry, in his 63d year, tenant Alexander D. Coull, of the Madras at Havre-de Grace, in Normandy, whither artillery, son of James Coull, Esq. of Ash- he had retired in the hope of recruiting his grove, in the county of Moray. This health, shattered as was his frame by a long young gentleman, cut off in his twenty-se- life of the severest military duty in various venth ycar, particularly distinguished him- parts of the world, and by the many and self at the storming of Nagpore, where he dangerous hurts he had received in actual received a gunshot wound in the neck, service. At Lugo, while under the comwhich proved the occasion of his death. mand of Sir John Moore, Colonel Roberts, He was much esteemed and beloved by his then acting as Brigade Major to General brother officers, who have erected a monu. Leith, was wounded in the right hand, ment to his memory in the chapel ground which it was found necessary to have anat Massulipatam, where his body was in- putated. On his recovery, he tred the terred with military honours.
path of glory under the Duke of Welling. At Hastings, Colonel Herries. This ton, and was present at most of the serious gentleman has commanded the light horse affairs in the Peninsula. At the battle or volunteers near forty years.
Bidassoa he was unfortunately struck in At Peckham, Mrs Blackwool, relict of the back with a musket-bullet, which, longShovel Blackwood, Esq. of Petreavie. ing beneath the shoulder-blade, remained
At St Bernard's, Jamima, fourth daugh- unextracted to the hour of his death.. ter of Mr Archd. Lundie, wiiter to the sig. At Arkleton, near Langholm, after 47
illness of three weeks, John Jardine, Esq. At London, after a long and painful ill. The partiality of surviving friends aften ness, Edith, wife of Francis Law of Lau- tempts them to exaggerate the merits of riston, Esq. in the county of Mid-Lothian. the departed, but in the present instance
At the great age of 106 years, Duncan there is no room ; Mr Jardine was a man Macrae, in Bogbain, near Inverness. His of the most amiable disposition ; faithful, brother Alexander died in the same place, sincere, and honourable in bis dealings, several years ago, at nearly the same age. disinterested in his views, and open in his
At Weymouth, aged 82, Robert Bayard, conduct; with feelings particularly alive to Esq. of Bath. He is supposed to be the the misfortunes of his fellow creatures, be last surviving officer wlio fought under the was always ready, as far as lay in his pow. command of the brave General Wolf, at cr, to alleviate the sufferings of the disthe battle of Quebec, in the year 1759, and tressed. His loss will be long and sincerewas ncar him when he fell.
ly regretted by a numerous circle of friends In the neighbourhood of Luss, Archibald and acquaintances, and will be particularly Glen, labourer, aged upwards of 90. His felt by the poor in his own immediate father, Janues Glen, commonly called the neighbourhood, in whose hearts his many “ Glasgan," and John (Bearnack) Colqu. private charities, and the exercise of cote houn, two notorious characters, belonged virtues which constitute the character of a to a party of twelve men raised by the truly good man, has served to raise and es. Laird of Luss, in aid of the persecution, tablish a fair and lasting monument to his and served under the bloody “ M·Aulay,” memory, which will never be forgotten. of Ardincaple, in that unhappy period of At Edinburgh, in the C5th year of his bigotry and oppression.
age, Dr Ingling formerly minister or' KirkAt Vienna, after a severe illness, in the mabreck. 41st year of his agc, Prince M. de Lich At St John's Lodge, Herts, General tenstein, Field Marshal and Lieutenant- Sir Cornelius Cuyler, Bart. Governor of General in the service of Austria.
Kinsale, and Colonel of the 69th regiment Cæsar Colclough Armett, Esq. Major of foot. in his Majesty's 3.5th regiment of foot, and At Holmwood, near Henley, aged 17, a Licutenant-Colonel in the army. He ac- Ensign Korr, Both toot, eldest son of Lord companied his reuiinent, in which he serv Mark Kerr. ed upwards of twenty years, to Egypt, Si. At Jamaica, Mr William Grant, third soa cily, France, and the Greek islands, where of the Rev. William Grant, Sanday, Orkney. he remained a cousiderable time, and was Lost, on bis voyage bone from Quebee, present at several engagements with that Captain Areh. Moore of Seabank, RotheLlistinguished corps. His regiment say. From some line that were washunder orders for Canada, he, with his wife ed on shore, having his name marked og and four children, embarked on board the them, it is understood his ship was wreck. packet from Bristol to Cork, which unhap- ed in the river St Lawrence, and that all pily foundered in a gale of wind, and thus, on board perished.
AGENDEEN, motion of Lord Archibald are yet but in a state of infancy in Bri.
Hamilton regarding, lost in the House of tain, 289
Ashantee, interesting particulars regarding
--, singular one, 368_Melancholy Assembly, General, proceedings of, 569
-His mission to Ashantee, 432-Ra. Baffin's Bay, account of Ross's voyage to,
Balsam found in Spain, singular effects of
sumption of payments in cash, 565, 566
provement of, 259
43_Report of Parliamentary Commit.
gress, and president's speech, 79—- Review Bankrupts, lists of English and Scotch, 93,
distant countries, 19_-The motives which
known to sing, 21
and funerals, superstitious customs
Bombay, temperatures there, 166-Popu-
vate soldier, 344—And of the battle of Bonaparte, anecdotes of his campaign of
Britain, fine arts only in their infancy in,
men, tried and shot by an American ye barrassments in, 337
army, official returns of the strength
Poets, review of Campbell's Speci.
Essayists, on the declining popula-
Brown, Dr Thomas, review of his Emily Conflagration in Switzerland, 362
Congress of Vienna, remarks on a poetical
and writings of, 45_On her novel of Considerations on the proposed repeal on
provements in the Outer House, 567..
Edinburgh, 261-Proposed monument with Tillitudiem in the tale of Old Ma.
tality, 138, 525
Lady Mary o' an old balla,
Crib, Tom, remarks on his Memorial to
Crimes and offences tried at the Mid Bailer.
Criminal law and punishment of death.
ed to revise the, 268
Dante, remarks on his poem Interno, 3
Death, progress of opinion on the punish-
Discovery, singular one, 464***
of, reprobated in the Court of Session, tween the two leading parties of, 325
tion of Virgil's Æneid, 99
Dramatists, essays on the early English,
127, 348, 409
immured in one for ten days, 33 Drowning, extraordinary escape from, 109
rica, 363-Takes the command of the there, 466
Duncan's Letters on Savings Banks, revier!
Dutch herring fishery, remarks on the, 106
to consider the affairs of the bank. 176 minal there, and shocking circunstances
novels, review of, 6o
the commerce of, 503
Eleonora, the Princess, daughter of King sity, 451_Turbulent spirit of the uni : I
James I. of Scotland, account of, 206 versity students in, 459-Public libraries
late, 337_How to be removed, 339 Giesecke's Greenland Museum, notice of,
Glenlyon, Perthshire, singular curiosity
genius of, Lecture 11.12-Lecture IV. Good Hope, Cape of, insurrection of the
Caffres against the Government of, 563
proceded Shakespeare, 127, 348, 409 during 1818, which led to the dispersion
unknown, 330_ Their notions of reli. 514-Rebellious edict, and resolutions
Greece, modern, progress of science and li-
Gurney on Prison Discipline, review of, 156
burgh, 49_Of George Warden, 463 a committee on the cottish burghs car-
ried against ministers, 462
burgh, remarks on the, 289--Beneficial of the inhabitants of Calcutta, 79
nius of England—3. Cowley, Buller,
tions of Shakespeare by, 39–4. Wycher-
143-5. Periodical essayists, 140
some recent publications on, 532 Yerculaneum, state of the manuscripts
Herring fishery, the Dutch, remarks on,
-, Scottish, historical notices
Historical illustrations of Shakespeare, 39
view of the progress of opinion
on the criminal law, &c. 195
notices of the Scottish herring
Hurricanes, ravages of one at Jamaica, 174
78_Exertions of the Royalists of against at the Mauritius, 562
tions, remarks on, 10
Jerusalem, visit of the Archbishop of, to
Indies, East, address of the inhabitants of
the Scriptures in the, 166_Population
Interesting narrative of a British soldier, Lords, House of, chimney sweepers' bill
Honore, 346-Battle of Waterloo, ib. Madras, hurricane there, 460
Manuscript notes, from an interleaved
cumstances at the execution of at Edin- Marriages, lists of, 94, 190, 284, 384, 479,
Mermaid, the, a Scottish ballad, 400
the, 82, 178_ Report of the Lord Ad 473, 577
remarks on, 314
proposed in memory of Thom.
William Wallace, 368
Mortality bill of Paris for 1817, 71
London, 81: 11
Mungo Park, interesting particulars re-
garding the death of, 439
cape from drowning aiuong the rapids
remarkable trial for, at Dumfries,
from drowning, 100% Interesting one of
491-Answer to them, written from National religion, remarks on, 154
National monument, proposed one in Soot,
Natural history, poetical uses of, 113
North-west passage, Captain Ross's voyage
in search of a, 329
Opinion against its
Notes, - manuscript, from an interleaved
Observations on the commercia) embarrassa
Oil spring discovered in America, 455
Old Mortality, localities of some of the
Optics, notice of a new discovery in, 355
Original letters of Lord Lovat and Zach-
ble fog in, 82-Receipts of theatres in, Othello, on the performance of, by Mr