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ALPHARETICAL LIST of English BANKRUPTCIES, announced in December 1818,

extracted from the London Gazette. Anthony, J. Oley, next the Sea, Norfolk, grocer Jackson, G. Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppy, farmer and draper

Kirkman, J, London,. brewer Arney, G. London, warehouseman

Kirk, R. Leicester, liquor-merchant Choks, T. London, straw-hat inanufacturer

Lees, L. Newton-moor, Chester, cotton-spinner Rurruwes, S. London, wine merchant

Lax, J. and T., and W. Moore, Liverpool, soapBull, J. Loudon, coal-merchant

boilers Pantock, W.J. London, auctioneer

Longstaff, C. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant Bateman, J., ani w. Culbard, London, mer Levien, s. London, exchange-broker chants

Marshall, T. Tong, York, cor-dealer Bartu, St. J. London, merchant

M‘Kay, R. Knutsforil, Chester, linen-draper Bradt, W. Preston, Lancashire, corn-mer Moore, J. Manchester, flour-dealer • chant

Mill, C. London, dealer in Irish provisions Chamberlayne, W., and G. Rawlinson, Leicester, Macdonnell, M. and J., and J. Bushel, London, hasiers

merchants Conbes, G. Chichester, maltster :

Morris, J. Woolwich, cordwainer Counbes, S. Chichester, brewer

Moxon, R. W. G. and J., Kingston-upon-Hull, Chainbers, R. Market Rasen, Lincoln, carrier merchants Crowne, T. Dorham, Park-Farin, and J, Bar

North, G. Sheffield, butcher ford, Tofidon, coal-merchants

Norton, R. jun., London, stationer Calwood, W. Bold, Lancaster, farmer

Prosser, W. Hereford, grocer Criroes, T. Chester, innkeeper

Pearson, J. Ashton-under-Lyne, corn-factor Curgenvon, T. Truro), Cornwall, innkeeper

Purcell, J. Lambeth, London, victualler Collens, R. Maidstone, hop-dealer

Peet, W. London, merchant, Dicken, T. Staiford, cotton-spinner

Rhind, A. London, merchant Day, J. Holborn, London, goldsmith

Robotham, T. Derby, grocer Dalgairns, C. Liverpool, merchant

Ridley, T. Seatou Sluice, Northumberland, Dunn, W. Lanton, wine-merchant

brewer Enock, J, Birmingham, brush-maker

Savage, J. Birmingham, rope-maker Einer-, A. London, provision merchant

Shackleton, S, Leeds, shopkeeper

!) Emery, C. King's Bronley, Stafford, dealer . Sculthorpe, H. Nottingham, aneu-draper! Groves W., and J. Dukes, Bath, grocers

Surr, J. London, apothecary Godfrey, R. London, merchant

Scoles, C. Bensington, Oxford, bakery Gorge j., and C. B. London, plate-workers

Salt, M. Stroke-upon-Trent, Statturd, flour-dealer Gorllake, J. H. London, wine merchant

Stanbury, J. Barnstapie, Devon, grocer Guantner, J. Mapleiurough Green, Warwick, Simmonds, W. Lowestoti, Sutlola, merchant detkar

Syinmons, T London, brass-founder. Goiton, T: London, mercer and woollen-draper Thwaites, W. G. Middlesex and Hereford, dealer Hart, J. Southampton, grocer

Townend, R. jun. London, merchant Harvey, T. Great Yarmouth, innkeeper

Tozer, R. Plynouth Dock, stone-mcrchant Hin.c, M., and W. Kewley, Manchester, auction Thomas, J. London, slate merchant

Taylor, T, Oxford, grocer Hopkins, W. jun. Birmingham, victualler

Taylor, J. London, tobacconist Homan, W. Totnes, Devon, ironinonger

Timothy, W. Leigh, Worcester, farmer Horrocks, S. Bolton, Lancaster, panufacturer" Tompkin, w. Nottingham, hosier Hewitt, P. Bold, Lancaster, farmer

Tippet, R. Totnes, Devon, baker Hort, .1. London, merchant

Twyforu, J. Portwood, Chester, cotton-spinnes James, J, London, lace and worsted manufacturer Wabey, J. Welwyn, Hertford, inealmam Jackson, D. London, inerchant

Wright, w, and J. London, inerchants Jones, J. and J. Leominster, Hereford, linen-dra Watson, W., and W, Eglie, London, ale and por

ter merchants Jenkins, T. Whitchurch, Glamorgan, timber



ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and DividENDS, announced in

December 1818, cxtracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Sutherland, A, Edinburgh, merchant and grocer Bryan, J. Kilmarnock, innkeeper

Sym, J. Glasgow, grain and spirit dealer
Cochrane, Davidson, and Co. Glasgow, merchants
Edon, W. Johnstone, hardware merchant

Livingstone, A. and Co. Glasgow, merchants Cooper, D. Glasgow, haberdasher; by J. M'Ewen,
Viackay, J. Jed burgh, innkeeper

merchant there, 4th December Maclean, M. Glasgow, surgeon, drug gist, &c. Ford, J. of Finhaven, Montrose, merchant; by Milne, M. Stonehaven, haberdasher and merebant A. Thoison, conjunct town-clerk there, 21st Robertson, J. Glasgow, merchant

January Ross, A. Glasgow, clothier

Robertsoil, J. Glasgow, mason and wright; by D. palding, R. Edinburgh, spirit dealer

Kay, accountant there, 22 January

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1 , - BIRTHS.

21. At Freeland House, the Hon. Mrs Sept. 4. 1818. At the Mauritius, the Hore, a daughter. laly of Col. Dalrymple, of the 22d regi. 25. At Bath, the lady of Dr Bowie, a · ment; a daughter. .

ir daughter. Nov. 8. At Quebec, the lady of Wil-. - In Dundas Street, Edinburgh, Mrs liam Scott, Esq. younger of Wiell, a son. Stewart of Borelaad, a son and heir.

Dec. 3. At Mormond House, Mrs Gor. and Quarter-Master, son of the late Capt. don of Cairnbulg, a son.

J. W. Wood, commander of the Wycombe 4. The Countess of Aberdeen, a daugh. East Indiaman, to Miss Margaret Bell, ter..

second daughter of Charles Bull, Esq. - At Largs, the Lady of David Monta Leith. gomery Craig, Esq. a son.

Nov. 17. At Barmuckitty, near Elgin, 5. The Lady of Sir Thomas Troubridge, Patrick Sellar, Esq. of Westfield, to Ann, Bart. a son.

second daughter of Thomas Craig, Esq. 7. In Frederick Street, Edinburgh, the 24. At Stockton, llenry Beckwith, Esq. lady of Lieut.-Col. Wauchope, a son. to Miss Elizabeth Cowan, daughter of

- At No. 33, Albany Street, Edin, Mr Cowan, late schoolmaster in Old Monk, burgh, Mrs Dr Brunton, a still-born son. land.

8. At No. 27, St Andrew's quare, E. 28. At Melsetter House, Orkney, Ro. dinburgh, the Lady of Thomas Boswell, bert Heddle, t. sq. late of Senegal, to Hen. Esq. of Blackadder, a daughter.

rictta, youngest daughter of Major James, 9. At Marionville, Mrs Dudgeon, a son. Moodie, of the late Rothsay and Caithness

- Mrs Robinson, of Charter. House Fencibles. Square, London, a son, and her 12th chill, 30. At Paisley, William Henderson, all of whom are living.

Esq. Kilmarnock, to Miss Euphemia Cas. 11. Mrs Leslie of Warthill, a son. ky, of Robertland, parish of Stewarion.

- At Castlehill, Ireland, the 3 ady of Dec. 3. At Dublin, John Henry North, Major X. Gledstones, 68th regiment, a son. Esq. Barrister at Law, to Letitia Dorothy

12. At Minto, Lady Vinto, a son. Foster, youngest daughter of the late Lord

- At Vottingham Place, London, the Bishop of Clogher. lady of Hugh Rose, Esq. a son.

- At Lochcarron, John Pirie, Esq. 13. At Belvoir Castle, the Duchess of Kishorn, to Mary, daughter of Murdo Rutland, a son.

M•Lennan, Esq. Tullich. 14. In St James's Square, London, the 4. At Cotherington, Hampshire, Steuart Duchess of St Alban's, a son.

Boone Inglis, Esq. formerly of the King's At Dubton, the Lady of Major-Co. lnte German Legion, to Sholto Charlotte, lin C. Mackay, a son.

- widow of Major-General James Pringle, 15. Mrs Duff of Muirtown, a daughter. East india Company's service, and daugh

21. At Lennoxlove, the Right Hon. ter of the late Sir John Halkett of Pittirran, Lady Blantyre, a son.

· Bart. - At Touch House, the Lady of Ra - At Edinburgh, the Rey, John Glen, nald Macdonald, Esq. of Staffa, a son. minister of the Chapel of Ease, Portobello,

22. At Edinburgh, Mrs Lockhart of to Sarah Isabella Whyt, daughter of the Castichill, a son.

late John Whyt, Esq. of Kingston, Jamai- At his house, Woolslee, Dumfries. ca. shire, the lady of G. S. Elliot, Esq. of 7. Jolin Paterson, Esq. factor of Arran, Larristóun, a son and heir.

to Miss Paterson, Carbarns. 24. The wife of Mr Saunders, shoe- - At Kelso, Alexander Macdowall, Esq. maker, No. 1. Bull's Ilead Court, Suow. Stranraer, to Margaret, eldest daughter of hill, London, of twins.--She is in the 59th William Gillespie, Esq. Collector of Exyear of her age, and had no children for 35 cise. years before.

- At Montrose, James Leighton, Esq. 26. At General Stirling's, Musselburgh, Town-clerk of Montrose, to Isabella, se Mrs Home, a son.

cond daughter of Colin Alison, Esq. writer 29. Mrs. Bell, 9, Queen Street, Edin, there. burgh, of twin daughters.

8. At Cheltenham, George Barclay, Esq, 31. At Briary Baulk, Mrs William Len, son of Col. Barclay, his Majesty's Com. nox Cleland, a daughter.

missioner for the American boundary, to - Mrs R. A. Oswald of Moore Park, a Matilla, only daughter of Anthony Audaughter.

frere, Esq. uf Hoveton Hall, Nortolk, and jun. I. 1819. At Woodburn, Cansan, grand-daughter of the late General Count the lady of George Ross, Esq. advocate, a Lockhart of Lee and Carnwath. daughter.

9. At Edinburgh, Williain Craig, Esq. Tratet. At llambledon House, the lady writer to the signet, to Margaret Ann, of Charles Scott Murray, Esq. a son and youngest daughter of the decea sed Gillion heir.

Mi-Laine, Esq. of Scalasdale, Mull.

11. At Rossie, George Ballingall, Esq. MARRIAGES.

of Bainkirk, to Grace, second daughter of March 10. 1318. At Moorshedabad, East Mr David Dun, Rossie.. Indics, Lane Vigniac, Esq. of the Civil - At her father's house, Nicolson Service, to livs Erskine.

Squarc, Exlinburgh, MrJohn Mann, jewel. July 27. At Cawnpore, Lieutenant Hen- ler, to Miss Elizabeth, second daughter of ry John Viood, of the artillery, Adjutant Dr John Borthwick Güchrist.

14. At Braidwood, Henry P. Palmer, Strachan, of the rifle corps, son of the Rev. Ese of Grerada, Member of the Royal William Strachan of Culter. College of Surgeons, London, to Mary, May 11. At Bombay, Major Hugh fourth danghter of George Ferme, Esq. Scott, Deputy-Adjutant General of the Braidwood.

Madras Army; and on the 2d June last, - At Alloa, Mr Everard Cruickshanks, at Cannanore, Captain John Scott, Assistsurgeon there, to Angeline, youngest daugh- ant-Adjutant-General of the Madras Arter of Alexander Richardson, Esq. of De- my, both sons of the late Francis Scott, von field.

Esg. Edinburgh. 15. At Turnerfield, Glasgow, Mr Do. 18. Killed in action, at the siege of nald Macleod, manufacturer, Glasgow, to Mulliagum, in Kanduish, Lieut. Thomas Jean, eldest daughter of the late John Davies, late Commanding Engineer of the Macdougal, Esq. merchant, Glasgow. army of the Dekan.

At Dumfries, Walter Ferrier, Esq. 20. At the siege of Mulliagım, Captain W. S. Edinburgh, to Miss Henrietta William Kennedy, son of the late PrimGordon, only daughter of the late Thomas rose Kennedy, Esq. of Drumellan. He Gordon, Esq. wipe merchant.

fell " while animating his men on the 16. At t.dinburgh, Henry Meredyth breach.” Jervis White Jervis, Esq. eldest son of Sir June 4. At Salem, Madras Presidency, John Jervis White Jervis of Bally Ellis, after a short illness, Charles Carpenter, Esq. county of Wexford, Baronet, to larion, commercial resident at that place. third daughter of the late William Camp. Scpt. 26. At sca, on his passage from bell, Esq. of Fairfield, Ayrshire.

Savannah, where he had caught a fever, Mr 22. At Harrow, Lauchlan M'Kinnon, James Forbes, merchant in New York ; Esq. younger of Lettertearn, Ross-shire, to on the 8th October, his son, William ; and Catherine, daughter of the late Duncan on the 10th October, another son, John ; M·Dougail, Esq. of Ardinthrive, Argyil. both having taken the infection in dutiful shire.

attendance upon their father, who was the 29. At For Pathhead, Capt. Ronald. youngest son of the late Dr James Forbes, son, Edinburgh militia, to Princes, daugh- physician in Aberdeen. ter of the late Mr James Torrance.

Nou. 14. At Aberden, Viss Elizabeth Lately, At London, the Rev. Johnson Ramsay, daughter of the late John Ramsay, Grant, M. A. rector of Binbrook, to Mar. Esq. of Barra. garet, only daughter ot the late R. Sherrift, 19. At his house in Crail, suddenly, Mr Esq. of Calcutta, Bengal.

James M' Min, schoolmaster, aged Cy, the At Kerrsington, tiie Rev. Arch. Colin benefit of whose superior talents has long Campbell, A. M: 0 Pontefract, Yorkshire, been experienced in Crail, where he h23 to Elizabeth, daughter of the late James taught the principal school for 10 years. Dalrymple, Esq. of Mayfield.

20. At Tours, in France, Elizabeth, tie - Ai the palace of Corfu, Lieutenant- wife of Geo. Vanburgh Brown, E54. of Colonel Hankey, Private Secretary to his Knockmarloch, and daughter of the late Excellency Sir 1. Maitland, to Nirs Cat. Robert Reid Cunninghame, Esq. of Auchterina Velamo, of Cortu.

iaharvie, Arshire. - Lieutenant Alex. Quarrier, Royal 23. At Errol manse, the Reverend Da, Scots, to Miss Ann Auriol, daughter of the vid Dow, minister of Errol. late Dr Robert Lawson, Edinburgh.

26. AtAllan, Ross-shire, Charles Munro, - At Sunbury, James Ross, LL. D. to Esq. of Alian, in the 78th year of his aye, Susannah. eidest daughter of the late John - At piosshill, near Queensferry; Mrs Smith, Esa.

Ross of Rosshill.

27. After a Ingering illness, William DEATHS.

Wylie, Esq. of Siatefield. PA: 19, 1818. On board the Thomas 28. At Ayr, Mr Henry Kirklan, mer. Coutts, East Indiarnan, on the passage to chant. Bombay, Crauford Swinton, son of Mr - At Edinburgh, Dr William Brown, Swinton, merchant in Grangemouth. Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeonsg

March 28. At Calcutta, Thomas Abra. Edinburgh. His respectability as a probam, t'oq of the Civil Service; also, Alexfussional character and a member of society ander Gordon Caulfeld, Esg. of the firm is well known. of Mesés Palmer and Co. These gentle - At Holm Strect, Kilmarnock, Mrs men were unfortunately drowned in at- Bruce, who bore a long indisposition withi tempting to cross the river in a gale of cheerful and Christian patience, from the

16th October 1816 to the day of her death. 31. At. Calcutta, Brigndier-Gen. Philip She was tapped 42 times, and 500 Scots D'Auvergne, of the 26th regiment of na- pints of water drawn off, a quantity almost Live infantry.

incredible, in the short space of 25 months, Aprel G. At Bonbay, Lieut. George amounting in weight to 2000 lbs.; nevertheless, she was able to attend divine service 5. At Tain, in the 81st year of his age, until within a few days of her death. Lieutenant Alexander Macleod, of the late

28. At her daughter's at Colin's Cottage, 6th Royal Veteran battalion. Harrowgate, Mrs Ann Dawson, aged löl. 6. At Castlewigg, in Wigtonshire, John She served the army, in the time of the re- Hathorn, of Gastle wigg, Esq. bellion, with butter, eggs, and cream, when - At Elwick Bank, in Orkney, Mrs encamped near Preston.

Mary Balfour, relict of George Craigie, 30. Within a few days of his lady, Ro- Esq of Saviskail. bert Lord Viscount Killmorry, aged 72. 7. At Cockermouth, in her 74th year,

Dec. 1. At London, James Sutherland, Jane, wife of James Clarke Satterth waite, Esq. of the Ceylon Civil service.

Esq. - At Leven Lodge, Edinburgh, Pa. - Mrs W. J. Dawson, spouse of Mr trick Hadaway, Esq. late brewer in Leith. Giles, upholsterer, Edinburgh.

3. At Marseilles, in the 22d year of his - At Kincaid Printfield, Mr John age, Thomas Buchan, Esq. younger of Auch. Buchanan. macoy.

8. At Ayr, aged 40, William Hutcbi. - In Wickham Street, Portsea, in the son, Esq. late of Montreal. 113th year of his age, Thomas Bolwell, a - At Newton, of the typhus fever, Mr native of that town. He formerly, during David Murray, and, on the 29th ult. of many years, sold water about the streets; the same disease, his son, Mr Robert Mur. and afterwards, when the infirmities of old ray. age had incapacitated him for that employ, - In Charlotte Square, Margaret, eldhe kept a small shop for the sale of wood est daughter of Henry Cockburn, Esq. and coals. His memory was good up to advocate. his last moments ; he would frequently re - At his house in Northumberland cur to the total eclipse of the sun, on the Street, Mr William Murray, accountant. 22d of April 1715, of which event he ever - At Stanwix, near Carlisle, aged 83, retained a perfect recollection. He was Mary, the wife of Mr John Carruthers. married to one wife 80 years, who died in This woman bore ten children at four the 101st year of her age.

births, namely, four, three, two, and one. 4. At his house in Bedford Square, Lon. 13. Lord Ellenborough. The above don, John Lumsden, Esq. a member of distinguished nobleman died about seven the Court of Directors of the Honourable o'clock at night, at his house in St James's East India Company.

Square, London. - At Perth, in the 84th year of his age, - At his house, in Red Lion Square, Mr David Foggo, who was schoolmaster in London, after a long and painful illness, the parish of Tibbermuir upwards of 60 George Sandeman, M. D. in the 72d year years; during which time he saw four cler, of his age. gymen succeed each other as incumbents -- At London, Mr Alexander Christie, of the parish.

late publisher of the Literary Journal. 5. In the 78th year of his age, Mr Har- Mrs Janet Forbes, daughter of the grave, the well-known historian of Knares. Rev. William Forbes, late Episcopal miniborough, Harrowgate, and the surround ster in Musselburgh, and wife of James ing country, author of “ The Yorkshire Skinner, writer in Edinburgh. Gazetteer," " Anecdotes of Archery," and - At Gilead House, Liverpool, aged other literary productions; also compiler 38, Mrs Solomon, wife of Dr Solomon, of of 16 folio and quarto volumes of manu. that place. scripts, chiefly relative to the history of - At London, Sir John Charles Hamil. Yorkshire.

ton of Dunneninan, Ireland, Bart. - At Dungannon Park, Ireland, Lord 14. At Glasgow, the Rev. John TurnViscount Northland.

bull, in the 70th year of his age. – In London, Mrs M-Nab, widow of At Aberdeen, Mrs David Menzies, Captain A. M‘Nab, of the Henry Dundas late of Concraig, in the 89th year of her age. East Indiaman.

15. At Niusselburgh, Helen, daughter - At Fort William, in the 44th year of Henry Jardine, Esq. of his age, Robert Smith, sq. surgeon. - At Edinburgh, Captain John Cowe,

Suddenly, from a stroke of apoplexy, R. N. Mrs Crombie, daughter of the late William

At Eton, aged 72, Mr Richard Ac, Carmichael, M. D. Dundee, and wife of kins, printer, who for 35 years had been Mr Alexander Crombie, dentist, Aberdeen. employed as a compositor of the Greek and

-At Dundee, aged 36, Mrs Isabella Latin books for the use of Eton School; Henderson, spouse of Dr Robert Scott, during which time he has never been known

to spend an idle day.

George Ramsay and Co. Printers, Eduburyh.

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