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METEOROLOGICAL Tables, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the

Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock,

afteraoon. The second observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.


Apr. 1

A. 45

2 3

Apr. 162



A. 39




A. 38
A. 35



A. 42



Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.

Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.
M.36 29.862 M.45

Morn. frost,

M.40 28.996 M.51 Rain mon. .790 A. 46 day sunsh.

A.47 .996 A. 51 )

M.36 .875

day fair. 46

Fair, with

M.37 .999 M.47
A. 43 .955 A. 46 ) some sunsh.

Dull, and
A. 42 (29.312 A. 47)



Very cold.
45 Frosty, fair,

M.37 .313
A. 38 .762A. 43 ?


Ditto, and very cold,

A. 43


.396 A. 47) M.34

rain night. .692M.43 Cold, with N.


.525 M.46
showers hai).
.602 A.43

Rain morn.


A. 44 .743 A. 15 )
For. sh. hail

altern. cold.
.559 M.43

M.40 .840
aftern. snow
-330 A. 42)

Rain morn.
A. 42


.858 A. 42 )
Frost morn.

day fair. NW.


21 day fair,cold.

.85691.421 .926 A. 45

Dull, shwr3. A. 40


.610 A. 41 ) rain, cold. M.10 .265 Cble. Ditto.

M.36 22

.392 M.41 .155 4. 47 )

A. 38

NE. Heavy rain,

.367 A. 41) and cold.
M.50 28.975 M.49
Cble. Ditto.

M.39 .336 M.12

Dull, with .979 A. 47)

.336 A. 12
Foren. fair,
.996 M.46

showrs. rain, Cble.

M.39 24

.250M.45 A. 45

Hail aftern. .850 A.47) after. h.rain.

W. .250 A. 45

rain even
.819 M.50

H. shrs. rain.

aftern. cold.

.19 M.16 .916A. 48 )


Dull, showrs.
A. 41

Fair foren.
M.40 29.175 M.50

rain, aftern. SW.

.131 M.50 A. 45

rain aftern. .125 A. 49

Morn. dull,


A. 48 .590 4. 52

day sunsh. .246 M.50 )

Dayfair, sun.

A. 48
rain night.

.739 M.56

27} .'4A. 37

Mom. mild,


A. 53 .60 A.56
M.16 28.951 M.51

day cold.
Dull, shrs.

M.50 28

.666 M.59 1 A. 46

Dull, but .951 A. 50 rain.

A. 60


.690 A. 55 ) fair.
M.41 29.203 M.50

Rain morn.


.681 M.591 A. 16

Foren. sunsh. day fair.

W, .310 A.51


.781A.59 ) M.41 .310 M.52

Heavy rain

.999 M.55
A. 49

Fair, with

SW. .289 A.51 afternoon.

.999/A. 55

sunshine. Average of rain 2.241.

A. 45

A. 41


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May 1 {151 29.999 M:6:? sw. Fair, with

) sunshine. : M42

•929 M.60

A. 56

.820'A. 58
3 /M.45
.810 M.61

Foren. fair,

•592 A 60

dull aftern.
1 {M.16

Rain morn.

UA. 50
.426 A. 54

day fair.


Rain most of

day. 6 M.42 .602

Rain foren.

UA. 45
•710 A. 50

fair aftern. 7


Rain morn.
A. 16

790 A. 50
736 M.53

Fair, but
-730A. 52



Frost morn.
A. 51
-806 A. 54

.806 M.56

Foren. shrs.

A. 53
.601 A. 55

rain aftern. 11

.610 M.56

W. Fair.
.812 A. 56)

Foren. dull,

.991 A. 58)


Fair, with
A. 50 .915 A. 56

.915 M 58


UA. 42 .916 A. 58) aftern. sunsh.

.912 M.58
UA, 54

W. .911 A. 58

Sunshine. 16 M.43 .833 M.61

} A. 56


Foren. sunsh. .864 A.51

af tern. dull.



M.43 29.816 M.54
.725 A. 56


A. 36 .74 A. 57

M.38 .472 M.57
A. 30 .725 A. 56

.675 M.54

Dull, but
A. 48 .530 A. 53

fair. .185 M.50 1

Clear, and 4. 16 .526 A.50

SM.12 .460 M.41
A. 16 .398 A. 14

.430 M.66
A.53 .421 A.58

M.41 .338 M.521
A. 57 .120 A. 50) Heavy Rain.
M.14 .294 M.541
A. 47

Cloudy, with .375 A. 55

M.49 .555 M.60
A.52 .472 A. 59 Heavy Rain.

.301 M.58

Morn. dull,
A. 56 .304 A. 56

day rain. M.46 .304 M.561 Foren.sunsh. .306 A. 58

rain aftern.
M.19 .330 M.59
A. 46 .111 A.57

M.59 .375 M.59

.109 A. 59
M.59 .325 M.60

Cloudy, shrs. A.58 .120/A. 55

rain night. Average of rain, 1.717.



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3 Apr.

3 Apr.

do. 3 Apr.

T. G. M. Edden, Ens. vice Birch 27 Apr.

J. T. Grant, Ens. vice Reignolds 28 do. 53 A. F. Bond, Ens. Vice Prettijohn, dead 51 Lt. Kennedy, Capt, by purch. vice Kelly, ret.

27 Mar. Ens. Mellis, from 66 F. Lt. by purch. 55 Capt. Nicholson, from h. p. Capt. více Cameron, dead

20 Mar. G. A. Robertson, Ens. vice Richard. son, 49 F.

26 Apr. 56 Hosp. Assist. Bradford, Assist. Surg.vice Allmann, canc.

23 Mar. 57 Lt. Col. Allan, from h. p. Lt. Col. vice Cathe. rt, 3 F.

do. 60

Lt. Morphy, Capt. by purch, vice Hon.
H. M. Upton, ret.

27 do. 20 Lt. Churchill, Ist Lt.

do. Lord E. Thynne, 2d Lt.

do. Qua. Mast. Ottey, from h. p. 56 F. Qua.

Mast. vice Mitchell, rev. to his for. mer h. p.

20 do 65 C. E. Gold, Ens. by purch. vice Max. well, 37 F.

do. G. F. Murray, Ens. vice Ponsonby, 76 F.

26 Apr. J. Haining, Ens.vice Foley, 16 F. 27 do. 66 N. D. Lane, Ens. by purch. vice Mellis, 54 F.

3 do. 67 W. Gomm, Ens. vice Heming 26 F.

26 do. 69 Maj. Gillman, from 3 F. Maj. vice

Downing, ret. h. p. rec. dift. 20 Mar. 72 Hosp. Assist. Malcolm, Assist. Surg.

25 do. 75 Capt. Lloyd, Maj. vice Kenny, dead

20 do. Lt. Dawson, Capt.

do. Ens. Bamford, Lt.

W. H. Kenny, Eos. 76 Ens. Ponsonby, from 65 F. Ens. vice Ffrench, 26 F.

26 do. 77 G. Bell, Ens. by purch. vice Bristow, 25 F.

27 Mar. 83 C. T. Egerton, Ens. vice Bell, 16 F.

26 Apr. 86 Hosp. Assist. Gordon, Assist. Surg. vice Beavan, 7 Dr.

27 Mar. 87 Lt. O'Brien, Capt. by purch. vice Mas. terton, ret.

20 do. 2 Lt. Wood, 1 Lt.

do. Ens. Maxwell, from 65 F. 2 Lt. do. 93

J. M. Grant, Ens. by purch. vice Arthur, ret.

do. 98

Lt. Eyre, Capt. by purch. vice Baron

Eps. Edwards, Lt.

do. G. D. Blakiston, Ens.

do. Adye, Ens. vice Halpin, 19 F.

26 do. P. Smyly, Ens. by purch. vice Macdonald, 30 F.

25 Apr.

I Dr. Gds. Lt. Manning, Capt. by purch. vice
Quicke, ret.

3 Apr. 1828
Cor. Smith, Lt.

do. W. Locke, Cor.

do. 1 Dr. Bt. Lt. Col. Allen, from ret. full p. R.

Irish Art. Paym. vice Hanbury, ret.
h. p.

27 Mar. 7

As. Surg. Beavan, from 86 F. As. Surg.

vice Chermside, cancelled do. Gren. Gds. Lt. and Capt. Dirom, Capt. and Lt.

Col, by purch. vice Fead, ret. do.
Ens. and 'Lt. Sir F. H. Bathurst, Bt.
Lt. and Capt.

J. Balfour, Ens. and Lt.

do. 3 F. Maj. Maclean, from h. p. Maj. paying

diff. vice Gillman, 69 F. 20 do. 8

Lt. Col. Hon. G. Cathcart, from 57 F.
Lt. Col. vice Duffy, ret. h. p.

do. 9 H. Paynter, Ens. vice Murray, 42 F.

26 Apr. 12 Lt. Bradfute, Capt. vice M.Kedy, dead

27 Mar. Ens. West, Lt.

do. Hadfield, from 10 F. Ens. do. 16 Bt. Lt. Col. Bird, Lt. Col. Bt. Maj. Turner, Maj.

do. Lt. Brand, Capt.

do. Strode, from 31 F. Lt.

Macfarlane, from h. p. 91 F.

Deakins, from Ceylon Rifle Regt.

Eus O'Dwyer, Lt.

do. Munro, from 26 F. Lt. 26 do. Bell, from 83 F. Lt.

do. Hudson, from 17 F. Lt. do. Foley, from 65 F. Lt.

do. F. Crumpe, Ens. vice O'Dwyer 95 do. D. M. Cameron, Ens. vice Hannagan, 26 F.

26 do. 17

E. B. Owen, Ens. vice Hudson, 16 18 R. Silver, Ens. vice Dwyer, 49 F. do. 19 Ens. Bernard, Lt. vice Atkins, dead

25 Jan. G. Landman, Ens. 25 Eris. Bristow, from 77 F. Lt. by purch. vice Stanton, ret.

27 Mar.
26 Maj. Campbell, Lt. Col.
Capt. James, Maj.

Marshall, from h. p. Capt. do.
Lt. Thompson, frorn 6 E. Lt do.
Kelly, from 38 F. Lt.

Ens. Campbell, Lt.

Thomson, from 42 F. Lt. 26 do.
Ffrench, from 76 F. Lt. do.
Heming, from 67 F. Lt. do.

Hannagan, from 16 F. Lt. do.
A. E. Shelley, Ens.vice Campbell 25 do.
G. S. Fitz Gerald, Ens. vice Munro,
16 F.

26 do. 31 Ens. Primrose, Lt. vice O'Leary, Adj.

13 Sept. 1826
White, Lt. vice Douglas, dead

3 Apr. 1828
A. Dickson, Ens. vice Primrose 2 do.
J. C. Kelly, Ens. vice White 3 do.
Ens. Hon. D. H. Murray, from 9 F.

Ens. vice Thompson, 26 F. 26 Apr.
Maj, Bentley, Lt. Col.

25 do
Bt. Lt. Col. Dennis, Maj.

do. Lt. Blyth, Capt.

Henderson, from 54 F. Lt. do.

MacAndrew, from 10 F. Lt. do.
Ens. Sparks, Lt.

Wightman, Lt.

do. Birch, Lt.

do. Reignolds, Lt.

Sealpin, from 98 F. Lt. 26 do.
Richardson, from 55 F. Lt. do.

Dwyer, from 18 F. Lt. do.
J. L. Dennis, Ens. vice Sparks 25 do.
J. Malcolm, Ens. viee Wightınan 26 do.

27 Mar. 1 W. I. R. Hosp. Assist. Ingram, Assist. Surg. vice Brown, h. p.

25 do. Ens. Russell, Lt. by purch. vice Dickinson, Adj.

3 Apr. J. Findley, Ens.

do, Staf Bt. Maj. Mitchell, from h. p. Sub-Insp. of Mil in

Ion. Isles. vice Kocx, dead 27 Mar. 1828 Lt. Col. Fitz Roy, from h. p. Insp. F. o. of Mil.

in Ion. Isles, vice Col Sir C, Sutton, dead 3 Apr. A. G. Grubb, to be Hosp. Assist. to the Forces, vice Ferguson, prom.

20 Mar. Exchanges. Bt. Col. Neypo, 84 P.with Lt. Col. Macalester, h. p. Bt. Maj. Sir J. S. Lillie, 40 F. with Capt. O'Meara, h. p. 31 F.

3 Apr.

25 Apr.

3 Apr.


Capt. Calcraft, 66 F. with Capt. Wingfield, 95 F. Douglas, h. p. 30 F.

3 March Lt. Pet:t, 99 F. with Lt. Ross, 50 F.

Burghaagen, h. p. York Light Inf. Vol. Mar. 23 Heathcote, 53 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Sargeant, Charlton, late Roy. Art. Drivers, Exeter 19 do. h. p. Cape Cav.

Lieutenants. Mac Nair, 67 F. rec. dift. with Lt. Robinson, Amiel, 3 F. h.p. Cape Cav.

Bruce, 3 F. Booth, 88 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Benyon, h. p. Rawlins, 4 F.

62 March 1893 Resi, nutions and Retirements.

Atkins, 19 F. Barbadoes

24 Jan. Licutenant-Colonel.

Douglas, 31 F.
Fead, Gren. Gds.

Ashurst, 16 F. Secunderabed 21 Nov. 1827
Croker, 48 F. Madras

6 do. Quicke, 1 Dr. Cds.

Holmes, 81 F. Clifton

19 Mar. 1828 Kelly, 51 F.

Smith, 33 F. Antigua,

22 Feb, Hon. H. M. Upton, 60 F.

Walton, 1 W. I. R. Trinidad

26 do. Masterson, 87 F.

W. Smith, h. p. Roy. Art. Drivers, Weymouth Baron, 98 F.

5 March Licutenant. Le Quin, late Foreign Art. France

25 do. Stanton, 25 F.

Armstrong, h. p. 27 F. Lisnaskie, Fermanagh Cancelled.

8 Nov. 1827 Assist. Surg. Chermside. 7 Dr.

Singlehurst, h. p. 3d Prov. Bn. of Mil.

31 Jan. 1828 Allman, 56 F.

2d Lieuts. and Ensigns.
Gordon, 11 F

Turton, 3 F.

Prettijohn, 53 F.
Lieutenant General.

Lindsay, late 9 Roy. Vet. Bn. 29 Jan. 1828 Skene, Aberdeen, 6 April, 1828 Ensor, Roy. Engineers

1 April Colonel.

Sir C. Sutton, K.C.B. Insp. F. Off. of Mil. in lon. Bailes, 47 F. at Fort William, Calcutta

I Nov. 1827
Lieutenant Colonels.

Innes, h. p. 83 F.

25 March 1898 Scott, 6 F. Bombay

8 Oct. 1827 Marotti, h. p. Corsican Rang. 17 Sept. 1827 A. Macdonald, Adj. Gen. in the East Indies, Ben- Jackson, h. p. Perth Fen. Cav. Galston, North gal 21 Nov. Britain

26 Oct. Majors.

Commissariat Dep. Kenny, 73 p.

Dep. Com. Gen. Hailen, Gibraltar 15 Mar. 1828 Macintyre, 1 W. I. R.

Ord, h.p. Havre de Grace 20 jan. Jacks, h. p. 21 F. London 4 April 1823

Medicul Dep.

Surg. Gen. Insp. of R. Art. Dr. Irwin, Woolwich Brotheridge, 18 F. New South Wales 26 Oct. 1827

21 April 1828 M‘Kedy, 12 F.

Surg. Erskine, h. p. Staff, London 14 do. Beckwith, Rifle Brig. Gibraltar 21 March 1828

Edon, h. p. 8 W. I. R.

March Knox, Sub-Insp. of Mil. in Ion. Isles

Assist. Surg. Bush, 16 F. Nadras 6 Dec. 1827 A. M'Fariane, h. p. Unat. late of 31 F. 24

Biriningham, 87 F. India

22 Sept.





R.H.Gds. Lt. Shelley, Adj, vice Hill, res. A.lj. only

12 Mar. 1828 3Dr.Gds. Cornet Dyson, from 11 Dr. Cor, vice Innes, ret.

17 April 6 Dr. Capt. Warrand, Maj. by purch. vice Whichcote, ret.

24 do.
Lt. White, Capi.
Cor. Hon. C. W.S. Jerningham, Lt. do.
T. D. Buckeridge, Cor.

do. 8. J. King. Cor. by purch. vice Sharpe, Tet.

Gent. Cadet E. S. Curwen, from Roy.

Mil. Col. Cor. by purch. vice Dyson,
3 Dr. Gus.

17 do.
Cor. Wood, Lt. by purch. vice Hall,

do. T. H. C. Terry, Cor.

do. 3 F. Serg. G. Edwards, Qua. Mast. vice Coulson, dead

25 Oct. 1837 Lt. Holyoake, Capt. by purch. vice Irwin, ret.

17 Apr. 1823 Capt. Dawson, from h. p. 3 Gn. Bn.

Capt. Vice Cheape, 96 É. 21 Jo. Ens. Johnstone, Lt. by purch. vice Hulyoake

17 do, J. B. Home, Ens.

do, Ens. Hom, Li, by purch. vice O'Connor, ret.

do. G. Hutchinson, Ens.

do. 21

C. H. Edmonstone, 2d Lt. by purch.
vice Leahy, ret.

25 do.
F. G. Ainslie, 20 Lt. by purch. vice
Gregory, ret.

24 do, R. Chearnley, Ensign by purch. vice Bathe, 30 F.

do. 30 Li. Light, Capt. by purch. vice Powell, promi.

17 do. Ens. Bathe, from 26 F. Lt. 21 do. 58

Assist. Surg. Hughes, M.D. from 14
Dr. Assist. Surg.

17 do. 71 Lt. Cuming, Adj. vice Jones, res. Adj. only

do. T. M. M'Neill, Ens, by purch. vice Ward, prom.

24 do. VOL. XXIV.

Ens. Watt, Lt, vice Smith, dead

22 Feb. 1898 J. M. Brown, Ens.

17 Apr. Qu'. Mas. Serg. Gordon, Qua. Mast. Vie Christian, canc.

24 do. 96 Capt. Cheape, from 6 F. Capt. vice Drummond, canc.

24 do. Rifle Brig. Lt. Simmons, Capt. vice Beckwith, dead

17 do. 24 1.t. Napier 1st Lt.

do Rifle Brig. S. Beckwith, 2. Lieut.

17 April R. Statt Corps, Qua. Mast. Serg, W. Clarke, Qua.

Mast. vice Heatly, full p.. 24 do. 1 W. I. R. Capt. Mills, Maj. vice Macintire, dead

do. Lt. Mackenzie, Capt.

do. Ens. Robeson, Lt. vice Walton, dead

17 do. Pole, Lt. vice Mackenzie 24 do. W. H. Mechan, Ens. vice Robeson

17 do. H.C. Donavan, Ens. vice Pole 21 do. Ceyl. Regt. Lt. Jefferson, Adj. vice Rogers, prom.

10 Dec. 18.7 R. Engineers, W. Yolland, 2d Lieut. 12 Apr. 1828

Maj. Turner, 16 F. with Maj. A. G. Campbell, h.p.
Capt. Ross, 8 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Cochran, h.p.

Popham, 29 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Dalyeil,

Parker, 16 F. with Capt. St John, h. p. Cape Cav.

Mallett, 61 F. rec. dift. with Capt. Wallett, h. p. 60 F.

Stuart, 90 F. rec. diff. with Capt. Hon. F. G. Howard, h. p.

Ashe, 93 .. with Capt. Spiers, h. p. 39 F.

Dickens, 95 F. rec, ditf. with Capt. J. T.
Foord Bowes, h. p.
Ens. and Lieut. Hon. W. H. Drummond, 3 F. G.

with Lieut. Gambier, 36 F.
Lieut. Binney, 31 F. with Lieut. Vallancey, 74 F.
Lane, 65 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Rowley, h.p.



h. p.

Hayes, h. p. 8 W. I. R.

16 Sept. 1827 Resignations and Retirements. Morrison, h. p. Unatt. late of Roy. Wagg. Train, Major.

Compton, Hants

13 March 1828 Whichcote, 6 Dr.

Richard Kelly, h. p. Unatt.

30 do. Lieutenant.

J. S. Smith,

25 Nov. 1827 O'Connor, 20 F.

John Grant, Invalids, Forres, N. B. 24 Jan. 1828 Cornets, and 2d Lieuts.

Licutenants. Innes, 3 Dr. Gds.

Gray, h. p. 3 Dr. Gds.

8 Mar. 1828 Sharpe, 8 Dr.

Sword, h. p. 14 F.

21 April Leahy, 21 F.

Pooler, h. p. 17 F.

23 do. Gregory, 21 F.

Boyton, h. p. 30 F. Pondicherry 18 Oct. 1827
White, h. p. 90 F. Thornhill, Dundrum, Ireland

1 May 1828
Pollock, h. p. 115 F.

25 Feb. Drummond, 96 F.

Usher, h. p. 5 W. I. R.

24 July 1837 Ensign.

Malteson, h. P.

Unatt. Fort Clarence, Chatham Bayły, 34 F.

26 April 1828 Qua. Master.

Drew, late 1 R. Vet. Bn, Cradley, near StoneChristian, 93 F.


27 Feb. Deaths.

Wilkinson, h. p. 3 Gar. Bn. Bristol

Backhouse, London

22 May 1828
Henley, h. p. 44 F.

4 Jan. 1828 Hon. S. Mahon, London, 7 Dr. Gds. 27 do. Allan Grant, h. p. 108 F. Aberlour, N.B. 15 May Major-Generals.

Chambers, late 3 R. Vet. Bp. London Streicher, Strasburgh

8 May 1828

Adjutant. L. Davies, Aberystwith

10 do.

Warrington, h. p. 15 . Edinburgh 26 Apr. 1828 Lieutenant-Colonel.

Qaa. Masters.
Williamson, h. p. 85 F.

Pulsford, h. p. Surrey Feuc. Cav. 18 Apr. 1828
Brown, h. p. Ayrshire Fenc. Cav.

10 do. Kysh, Paym. 86 F. London

Humphreys, h. p. Unatt. Cape of Good Hope Conolly, h. p. 81 F.

Feb. Captains.

Medical Dep. Hay, 73 F. Madras

18 Nov. 1827

Dr Nooth, late Superintendent Gen. of Hospitals, Arrow, 89 F. Ellichpoor, Madras

28 do.

1828 Pemberton, Rifle Brigade

As. Surg. Arundel, h. p. 36 F. Finsbury 16 May Maclean, h. p. 27 F.

21 Feb. 1828 Purveyor Innes, h. p. Taunton, Somerset 13 do, Grant, h. p. 57 T. Edinburgh

20 April
Chief Vet. Surg. Harrison, h. p.

24 Jan. Young, h. p. 60 F.

24 Jan.

25 Apr.

26 Apr.

ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTS, from 220 April to 23d

May, 1828. Burke, P. Haymarket, victualler.

Hooper, T. St Phillip and Jacob, Gloucester, Bakewell, J. Manchester, glue manufacturer.

maltster. Bowman, E. Penrith, Cumberland, timber-mer- Holt, C. Coventry, baker. chant.

Hunter, R. Aldgate, oilman. Bedford, J. and T. Croose, Wood Street, ware- Hockin, P. C. Launceston, money-scrivener. housemen.

Hobbins, R. Cheltenham, innkeeper. Butts, T. jun. Crayford, Kent, mill-sawyer. Harker, W. Cropton, York, schoolmaster. Bevill, J. W. Cheltenham, tobacconist.

Handcock, J. Exeter, victualler.
Bullivant, C. F. Ripley, Derby, dealer.

Holdich, T. Spalding, grocer.
Bryant, W. H. Mile-end-road, coal-inerchant. Hodson, G. Sheffield, bone-merchant.
Brown, J. Adam's Court, Broad Street, auctioneer. Haigh, J. Milnsbridge, York, scribbling-miller.
Buck, W. Queen Anne Street, Cavendish square, Hopkins, M. E. St Peter's Alley, merchant.

James, N. Bristol, wine-merchant.
Brook, J. L. Okehampton, druggist.

Johnson, S. Margate, coachmaster.
Browne, J. Kidderminster, silversmith.

Jenkinson, T. Manchester, calenderer.
Bramley, H. Throgmorton Street, bill-broker. Kelley, J. Leeds, bricklayer.
Back, R. and J. Bateman, Compton Street, Clerk- Kingsbury, H. Broad Street, Radcliffe, builder.
enwell, malt-roasters.

Llewellyn, T. Bridgend, Glamorgan, innkeeper.
Bevan, J. and J. Rigby, St Helen's, Lancashire, Longbottom, T. Keighley, York,

machine-maker. soap-boilers.

Laporte, D. Portland Street, tailor. Clough, J. Addingham, York, cotton-manufac- Levy, L. Birmingham, slopseller. turer.

Mortimer, J. and w. Rawfolds, Yorkshire, maClayton, J. Mottram-in-Longendale, Chester, chine-makers. flour-dealer.

Mitchell, J. Robert Street, Southwark, victualler. Chittenden, J. Dover, chemist.

Maybruch, F. Old Cavendish Street, tailor. Clarke, T. Marlborough, woollen-draper.

Ma son, W. Queen Street, Cheapside, merchant. Davies, W. Camberwell, coal-merchant.

Mills, G. St James's Street, bookseller.
Darby, J. Rool-lane, perfumer.

Moorhouse, J. L. and J. Hebden Bridge, Halifax,
Emmerson, R. Aldermanbury, warehouseman. cotton-spinners.
Eusor, T. Long Malford, tallow.chandler.

Marsden, J. Sowerby Bridge, York, corn-mer-
Freeman, E. Cheltenham, lodging-house keeper.

chant. Fountain, J. St Neot's, draper.

Menzies, J. Charles Street, Manchester Square, Fisk, W. Gate Street, dealer.

tailor. Frame, W. Jones Street, Berkeley Square, boot- Nicholls, J. Kidderminster, innkeeper. maker.

Pearson, T. and W. Reeves, Savoy Street, wineFitch, C. A. Allen Street, Goswell Street, bacon- merchants. drier.

Pratt, S. Crispin Street, Spitalfields, drysalter. Gallemore, J. sen. J. and J. Gallemore, and T. Powell, W. Wetherby, York, ham factor. Liddell, Manchester, Ealico-printers.

Pinder, T. Halifax, porter-merchant.
Germain. T. Drury-lane, baker.

Parsons, J. Fulham Road, upholsterer.
Gelder, B. North and South Cliff, East Riding, Parsey, I. Brighton, haberdasher.
York, farmer.

Powell, J. Bishopsgate Street, grocer.
Gamble, C. Shottlegate, Derby, joiner.

Parsons, J. Standon, Herts, horse-dealer. Gains, T. Loughborough, corn-factor.

Phillips, J. Tavistock Stocet, linen-draper. Gibbon, J. sen. Canton Place, Commercial Road, Pennell, J. D. Exeter, picture-dealer. blockmaker.

Pate, M. Bennett Street, tailor.

Pringle, W. H. London Road, St George's Fields, Swann, W. Bungay, linen-draper. victualler.

Swalwell, M. Kennington Gravel Pits, school-mis. Prior, J. Worksworth, Derby, small-ware-manu- tress. facturer.

Torry, J. Little Union Street, Hoxton, builder. Pilcher, S. Ramsgate, baker.

Tolson, M. Regent Street, milliner. Rock, P. Wollastone, Stafford, farmer.

Valerio, D. Crown Court, Threadneedle Street, Robinson, J. Clare Street, Clare Market, linen. wine-merchant. draper.

Wisedill, W. Friday Street, ironmonger. Rashleigh, W. Falmouth, grocer.

Williams, H. St George's Circus, Southwark, Runnev, T. Gough Square, furrier.

wine-merchant. Read, A. Lower Grosvenor Street, hotel-keeper. Warrington, H. W. Johnson Street, Shadwell, Roper, W. T. Houndsditch, carpenter.

brewer. Rhodes, J. Gomersal, York, maltster.

Wells, T. W. High Street, Shadwell, tobacconist. Revans, J. junior, and H. S. Chapman, London Woodhead, B. Thongsbridge, York, scribblingand Quebec, merchants.

miller. Smith, T. High Street, Lambeth, smith.

Williams, R. Cheltenham, builder. Shore, T. B. Kidderminster, victualler.

Wilson, J. Wigton, draper. Stevens, J. Deveral Street, Great Dover Road, Ward, G. A. Birmingham, cabinet-maker. builder.

Walker, R. Manchester, woollen-shawl-manufac. Sunderland, J. Leeds, woolstapler.

turer Sugden, T. Haworth, York, worsted-inanufac.


ALPHABETICAL List of Scottish BANKRUPTS, from 1st April to 31st

May, 1828. Ballingall, Robert, residing in Balmacom, a part- Moncrieff, Thomas and James, merchants and ner in the Fife Banking Company:

victual dealers, Glasgow, and millers and grain Barclay, Robert, horse and cattle dealer, sometime dealers at Duntiblae, near Kirkintulloch.

at Southsidebank, near Edinburgh, now at Robertson, Alexander, maltsier, Damhead, near Bankrigg, near Edinburgh.

Denny. Bartie, Thomas, jeweller, Glasgow.

Robertson, Peter, coal broker and ship owner, St Bell, Robert and William, manufacturers in Ceres, Andrews. Fife.

Robertson, John, and Co. merchants in Perth. Crichton, David, spirit dealer, Watergate, Edin- Smith, Andrew, maltster, grain dealer, and baker,

burgh, and Robert Moffat, gardener and spirit at Carron, near Falkirk. dealer, Cornely Bark, near Edinburgh.

Thomson and Hill, storekeepers at Calder iron-
Davie, James, and Co. music sellers, Aberdeen. works.
Drummond, George, and Co. clothiers, Glasgow. Thomson, David, wine and spirit dealer in Castle
Fraser, Charles, vintner and innkeeper, Lanark. Douglas.
The Company carrying on business as distillers, at Waldie, Pringle, and Co. hosiers in Hawick.

Mains, near Linlithgow, under the firm of Jaines Walker, John, merchant, Glasgow.

Walker, James, and Co. nursery and seedsmen, Heam, William, spirit merchant, Leith.

Aberdeen. Hinshelwood, John, china and earthenware dealer Watt, James, tenant and cattle dealer in Orrock. in Glasgow.

Weddell, John, merchant and retail woollen draper Jackson, James, cloth merchant, Paisley.

and haberdasher, Kelso. Kirk, John, brewer in Aberdeen.

Whyte, James and William, merchants in Leith. Lyle, Charles, grocer, Glasgow. M'Leod, Norman, shipowner and merchant,



5. At Barnton, the lady of Lieut. Archibald Nov. 2, 1827. At Madras, the lady of Captain Dunbar, younger of Northfield, of a son. Archibald Inglis, of a daughter.

6. At Cairnhill, Mrs Nisbett, of a son. 28. At Simla, the lady of George Govan, Esq. 7. Mrs Scott Moncrieff, 31, Howe Street, of a son. M.D. attached to the Hiinalaya Survey, of a son. 9. At Castlehill, near Ayr, the lady of the Rev.

Dec. 11. At Quillon, East Indies, the lady of A. Utterson, rector of Layer-Marney, county of Lieut. William Hope Smith, Hon. Company's

Essex, of a son. service, of a daughter,

- At 2, Roxburgh Street, Mrs William Reid, March 16, 1828. At Naples, Mrs William Scott, of a son. of a son.

10. At London, the lady of D. Charles Guthrie, 23. Ac St Marys, the lady of W. H. Dowbiggin, Esq. of a daughter. Esq. of a daughter.

11. At Blair Adam, the lady of Rear-Admiral 25. At his Lordship's house, Berkeley Square, Adain, of a daughter. London, the Countess of Jersey, of a daughter. - At Finlaystone House, Mrs Bontine of Ar.

26. At Dollar, Mrs Robert Hair, of a son. doch, of a son.

- At Aberdour Manse, Fife, Mrs Dr Bryce, of 12. At 8, George Square, Mrs lluie, of a son. a son and daughter.

At 3, Nicolson Square, Mrs D. Rymer, of a 97. At the Manse of Luss, Mrs Carr, of a daughter.

In Connaught Square, London, (the anni. At Edinburgh, the lady of William Ogilvie, versary of Admiral Rodney's victory over the Esq. younger of Chesters, of a son.

French deet,) the Hon. Mrs William Rodney, of a - At Leckie, Mrs Moir of Leckie, of a daugh- son and heir. ter.

- At Cowes, Isle of Wight, the lady of Lieut. April 1. At Balbedie House, Lady Malcolm, of George Bisset, R. N.of a dau: hter. a son and heir.

15. At Ainsie Place, Miss. Buchanan of Cun. At Ingsdon House, Devonshire, the lady of ninghamheal, of a son. Charles Hale Monro, Esq. of a son and heir.

- At Park House, the lady of Lieut-Colonel 3. At Menie, the lady of Major Turner, of a Gordon, of a daughter. daughter.

14. at Edinburgh, the lady of Walter Campbell, 5. At Farme, the lady of Hugh Mosman, Esq. Esq. of Sunderland, of a daughter. younger of Auchtyfardle, of a daughter.

At Powderhall, Mrs Macdonald, of a daughter.


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