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ceeding, that the libel, list of witnesses, --At Paisley, Mr James Muir, merchant, and list of affize, were not on the same Greenock, to Miss jean Pollock, of Paisa paper, but on detached fheets, con. ley. trary to an act of adjournal, passed in 9. At Ford church, Mr Darling, Cornhill, 1675, which enacts, “ that when to Miss Culley, daughter of George Culley, doubles of criminal letters are given to Esq. Eastfield, Northumberland. parties defenders, that upon the very

13. Ac Edinburgh, Mr Walter Cowan, double of the letters, the lists of the

merchant in Glasgow, to Miss Grindlay, witnesses and allizers' names be write daughter of the late Mr James Grindlay, of

Borrow stounnels. ten either on the end or back thereof, and not on papers apart."

15. At Edinburgh, Hay Clephane, Esq.

of the Civil service of the East India Com. Lord Methven, Judge on the said Circuit, certified the case to this High daughter of the late John Campbell, Esq.

pany, to Miss Janet Campbell, youngest Court, in order that their Lordships of Newfield. might decide upon the objection ; but

--Ac Edinburgh, Mr John Graham mer. the pannels did not infift upon the ob. chant in Glasgow, to Miss Johanna Robert, jection; and a petition having been

fon, daughter of Mr William Robertson, given in for them, submitting to ba

of the Customs, Borrowltounaess. nishment and imprisonment, the Court 16. At Greenock, Richard Henderson, sentenced Mitchell to one month's im Esq. one of the Town Clerks of Glasgow prisoo ment; Gorman was allowed to to Miss Jean Fisher, third daughter of the enter into the navy or army, and Mar- late Alexander Fisher, Esq. i garet Coil banisicd Scotland for five 20. At Glasgow, Thomas Whyclaw, Esq. years.

of Solfgirth, to Miss Agnes Lang, daughter
of the late William Lang, Esq. one of the

Magistrates of Glasgow.
LISTS.

Ai London, Lieut Col. Maitland, of the

Itt regiment of guards, to the Hon. Louisa MARRIAGES.

Croston, Second daughter of the Righr Hon.

Lady Crofcon. Robert Campbell, Esq. of the 42d regi

BIRTHS ment, to Miss Hamilton of Milnburn.

June 1. Patrick Irvine, Esq. writer to In April, the wife of John Henderson, the signet, to Miss Margaret Orr, daugh- in Auchline, estate of Kuockefpock, two ter of Patrick Orr, Esq. of Bridge!on. boys and a girl, who are ftill alive, and

- At Glasgow, Mr Robert Mowbray, likely to do well. merchant in Leith, to Miss Milburoch Lately at Ardsheal, the Lady of Charles Thomson, youngest daughter of the late Stewart, Esq. a fon. John Thomson, Esg. of Kingston, Jamai June 6. Lady Charlotte Baillie, a son.

9. Mrs M.Leod of Dalvey, a daughter. -Ac Windy-hopse, near Beith, Mr Ro 11. At Dingwall, Mrs Hay, a fon. bert Kerr, to Mifs Ann Shedden, daughter -Mrs Bryce of St Andrew's Square, of Mr James Shedden of Windy-houle a daughter.

3. Richard Douglas pf the Royal Navy, 13. The Lady of Lieut. Gen. Francis to Miss Isabella Dobie, daughter of Mr Do- Dundas, a daughter. bie, formerly Rector of the grammar 16. Mrs Bruce of Kennet, a daughter. school of Kello.

18. ln Queen-strect, Mrs Durom of 5. At Edrom church, the Rev. John Har- Mount Annan, a daughter. rie, minister of that parish, to Miss Logan 28. At Lude, Mrs Robertson, a son. of New Edrom.

29. At Letham, Mrs buchan Hepburn of At Edinburgh, George Leith of Oyer. Letham, a daughter. Hall, Esq. to Miss Dalrymple, youngest Mrs Græme of Inchbrakie a daughter. daughter of the lace Lieut Gen. Hornc Elpbin tone.

DEATHS. 6. Ac Crossfat House, near Paisley, James In the island of Bermuda, where he had Kennedy, Esq. of Manchester, to Mifs gone for the recovery of his health, Ms Jane Brown, eldest daughter of Maithew Thomas Thomson, attorney in Jamaica, Brown, Esq. of Crof-fat.

eldest son of Mr John Thomson, of Glal. 7. Ac Canle-Menzies, Lieut. Col. Archi- gow. bald Butter of Pitlochrie, to Miss Vere In January, at Jamaica, Mr Thonias Menzies, only daughter of Sir Robert Spence, surgeon there, only ton of Mr Menzies, Bart.

Jaines Spence, persunier, Edinburgh.

ca.

In September, in the East Indies, Thon alluming; his attachments (trong and permas Moffat, M. D. son of Mr Peter Moffat, manent; and to those of his own name Dalkeith. His deach will be long lamanted whom he deemed worthy of his protection, by all who had the pleasure of his acquaint- peculiarly cordial and affectionate Beneance-being a duciful affectionate ion, a

volence was a prominent feature is his cha. loving brother, i molt fincere amiable

racter, and his whole life may be said to friend, and a useful member of society. have been distinguished by deeds of benefi

May 24. At Miln-rigg-hall, che Rer. cence and by traits of humanity. As a Mr Andrew Arnot, minister of the gospel country gentleman, his condut was ezem. at Middhol, in the Pitt year of his age, plary in an eminent degree ; he delighted and gift of his ministry.

in the prosperity of his dependents, and 25. Kilchoan, Argyleshire, Major John his numerous tenaitry regarded him as their M'Lauchlan of Kilbride, lace of theissth father. Neither were kis virtùes wholly of regiment.

a domestic nature; in truth they embraced -At Mortonhall, Mrs Dorothea Trotter, a much ampler range. For twenty-fir spouse of John Trotter, Esq. of Morton

years he almost conftantly resided on his to hall.

Rates, and during this period, he flood pro26. William Hyllop of Lochend, Esq. minently forward in the support of every

26. Ac Edinburgh, Arthur Forbes, Esq. fcheme which was devised for the improve. of Culloden, a gentleman who fultained the

meat of his country. During the awiul re highest respectability of character, and whole

volutions which fo lately convulsed Europe, sudden and premature deach is not only de and fhook to their very bases the pillars ou plored by his friends, but has exciced leati.

which Luciety bad for twelve centuries for ments of very general and deep regret. The curely rested, Cuiloden was among the very late Cullodeo was the representative of a fa.

firit of his countrymen who rallied around mily who, during the period of almoit cwo

the British conftitution, and he commaode} centuries, invariably distinguished them.

a company in the corps of volunteers, which felves by their private virtues, and by their the town and coultry in his vicinity mufter. public spirit. At the memorable epocha ofed for its defence. In the arduotis confie the Revolution, the then Laird of Culloden

in which this nation was then engaged, be was among the few, who in a country a

moreover liberaliy contribuced towards rebounding with the friends and partisans of lieving the exigencies of the tare. During the ejected prince, could appreciate the bler.

the lacter years of Culloden's life, the aulings both civil and religious which the con. thor of this feeble effort to raise a monofticucion then established was calculated to

ment to his virtues was honoured with impart. He therefore, to the danger of his

much of his friendship and countenance. person, and co the detriment of his forcune,

And from every opportunity of fudying gave a strenuous and effective support to the his character which he enjoyed, he feels so new order of things. A statement of the

helitacion to alert, that taking him for all Services which his children, Johu Forbes of in all, such a man he was as he oc’er will Cullodeo, and the late Lord Prelident For.

look upon the like. On himself his depart. bes, par nobile fratrum, rendered to their

ed friend never looked but with kindache, country during the subsequent Itruggles of and the impreffion which this kindness lett the ill-fated James's descendants to recover upon his mind he will carry to his grave. the throne of their ancestors, would occupy a much ampler space than can be allotced

-Manibus date lilia plenis, to a single communication in the obitu. Purpureos fpargam forcs animamque; ary of a magazine. The grandson, che fa.

His faltem accumulem donis, et fubgar igani ther of the late Cullouca, carried arms in

Munere." the service of his country, and attracted the notice of the great Earl of Scair, by the in

Edinburgh, June 28.

Oat-meal, 18. 3d. Barley-meal, iid. trepid courage which he displayed at the memorable battle of Detringen. Respect

Pease-meal, iod. ing the lace Culloden himself it may be tru.

Haddington, June 30. ly faid, that although he neither polleffed

Wheat, 33s. 6d. Barley, 194. od. Oats, 106 uog arrogated those pre-eminent intellectual

Peale, 18s. 64. Beans, 19s. 6d. talents which elevated his illustrious grandfather to the highest civil otfices with which

STOCKS.-June 28. in this country a subject can be invested, yet

Bank Stock 144. New s per C. 91 in personal virtues he yielded to none of his 3 per C. Red. 55 Long Ann. 16 7-26

India Stock ancestors. His integrity was uosullied to the last, and his honour he ever regarded as

4 per Cent. 71} Omnium 3. dir:

S per C. Aná. bis life. His manners were gentle and un

3 per C. Conf.

.

ceeding, that the libel, list of witnesses, --At Paisley, Mr James Muir, merchant, and list of assize, were not on the fame Greenock, to Miss Jean Pollock, of Paifa paper, but on detached sheets, con. ley. trary to an act of adjournal, passed in

9. At Ford church, Mr Darling, Cornhill, 1675, which enacts, “ that when to Miss Culley, daughter of George Culley, doubles of criminal letters are given to Esq. Eastfield, Northumberland. parties defenders, that upon the very

13. At Edinburgh, Mr Walter Cowan,

merchant in Glasgow, to Miss Grindlay, double of the letters, the lists of the witnefles and allizers' names be writ- daughter of the late Mr james Grindlay, of

Borrowstounnels. ten either on the end or back thereof,

15. At Edinburgh, Hay Clephane, Esg. and not on papers apart.”

of the Civil service of the East India Com. Lord Methven, Judge on the said Circuit, certified the case to this High daughter of the lace John Campbell

, Esq.

pany, to Miss Janet Campbell, youngest Court, in order that their Lordships of Newfield. might decide upon the objection; but

-At Edinburgh, Mr John Graham merthe pannels did not ingit upon the ob.

chant in Glasgow, to Miss Johanna Robertjection; and a petition having been fon, daughter of Mr William Robertson, given in for them, submitting to ban of the Cultonis, Borrowstounness. nishment and imprisonment, the Court 16. At Greenock, Richard Henderson, fintenced Mitchell to one month's im- Esq. one of the Town Clerks of Glasgow, priloo ment; Gorman was allowed to to Miss Jean Fisher, chird daughter of the enter into the pavy or army, and Mar late Alexander Fisher, Esq. . garet Coil banished Scotland for Gve 20. At Glasgow, Thomas Whytlaw, Esq. years.

of Sollgith, to Miss Agnes Lang, daughter
of the late William Lang, Esq. one of the

Magistratcs of Glasgow.
LISTS.

A London, Lieut Col. Maitland, of the

ift regiment of guards, to the Hon. Louisa MARRIAGES.

Croston, second daughter of the Right Hon.

Lady Crofton. Robert Campbell, Esq. of the 42d regi

BIRTHS mént, to Miss Hamilton of Milnburn.

June 1. Patrick Irvine, Esq. writer to In April, the wife of John Henderson, the fignet, to Miss Margaret Orr, daugh. in auchline; estate of Knockespock, two ter of Patrick Orr, Esq. of Bridgeton. boys and a girl, who are till alive, and

. -At Glasgow, Mr Robert Mowbray, likely to do well. merchant in Leith, to Miss Milburoch Lately at Ardfheal, the Lady of Charles Thomson, youngest daughter of the late Stewart, Esq. a son. John Thomfun, Esq. of Kingston, Jamai June 6. Lady Charlotte Baillie, a son.

9. Mrs M-Leod of Dalvey, a daughter. - At Windy-house, near Beith, Mr Ro.. II. At Dingwall, Mrs Hay, a fon. hert Kerr, to Miss Ann Shedden, daughter -Mrs Bryce of St Andrew's Square, of Mr James Shedden of Windy-house. a daughter.

3. Richard Douglas of the Royal Navy, 13. The Lady of Lieut. Gen. Francis to Miss Isabella Dobie, daughter of Mr Do Dundas, a daughter. bie, formerly Rector of the grammar

16. Mrs Bruce of Kennet, a daughter. School of Kello.

18. Jn Queen-ftreet, Mrs Dirom of 5. At Edrom church, the Rev. Jahn Haf. Mount Anna, a daughter. tie, minister of that parith, 10 Miss Logan 28. At Lude, Mrs Robertson, a son. of New Edrom.

29. At Lerham, Mrs Buchan Hepburn of -At Edinburgh, George Leith of Over- Letham, a daughter. hall, Esq. to Miss Dalrymple, youngest Mrs Græme of Inchbrakie a daughter. daughter of the late Lieuc Gen. Hornc El.

DEATHS. phinstone.

6. At Crossflat House, near Pailley, James In the island of Bermuda, where he had Kennedy, Esq. of Manchester, to Miss gone for the recovery of his health, Mr Jane Brown, eldeft daughter of Matthew Thomas Thomson, attorney in Jamaica, Brown, Esq. of Crossfat.

eldeft son of Mr John Thomson, of Gluf. 7. At Caitle-Menzies, Licut. Col. Archi- gow. bald Butter of Pitlochrie, to Miss Vere In January, at Jamaica, Mr Thomas Meozies, only daughter of Sir Robert Spence, furgeon there, only fon of Mo' Meozies, Bart.

James Spence, perfumer, Edinburgh.

In September, in the Ear Indies, Tho- assuming ; his attachments (trong and permas Moffat, M. D. son of Mr Peter Moffat, maneat; and co those of his own pare Dalkeith. His death will be long lamanted whom he deemed worthy of his protection, by all who had the pleasure of his acquaint- peculiarly cordial and affectionate Beocance-being a ducitul affe&ionate fon, a

voleace was a prominent feature in his cha. loving brother, 1 molt sincere amiable

racter, and his whole life may be faid to friend, and a useful meniber of society. have been distinguished by deeds of benefiMay 24. Ac Miln.rigg-hall, the Rev. cence and by craics of humanity.

As a Mr Andrew Arnot, minister of the gospel

country gentleman, his condud was exemat Middhol, in the 81st year of his age, plary in an eminent degree ; he delighed and gift of his ministry.

in the prosperity of his dependents, and 25. Kilchoan, Argyleshire, Major John his riumerous ténagtry regarded him as their M'Lauchlan of Kilbride, late of the 55th father. Neither were his virtues wholly of regiment.

a domestic nature; in trúch they embraced -At Mortonhall, Mrs Dorothea Trotter, a much ampler tange. For cwenty-five spouse of John Trotter, Esq. of Morton

years he almost constantly resided on his e. hall.

itates, and during this period, he flood pro26. William Hyflop of Lochend, Erg.

minently forward in the support of cýcry 26. At Edinburgh, Arthur Forbcs, Esq. fcheme which was devised for the improve. of Culloden, a gentleman who sustained the

meat of his country. During the awlul rc. highest refpc&ability of character, and whose volutions which so lately convulsed Europe, sudden and premature death is not only de and shook to their very bases the pillars on plored by his friends, but has excited lenti.

which fociety had for twelve centuries se. ments of very general and deep regrer. The curely refted, Culloden was among the very late Culloden was the representative of a fa

firit of his countrymen who rallied around mily who, during the period of almost ewo the British conftitution, and he commanded centuries, invariably distinguished them

a company in the corps of volunteers, which felves by their private virtues, and by their

the town and country in his vicinity musterpublic spirit. At the memorable epocha of

ed for its defence. . In the arduous couiid the Revolution, the then Laird of Culloden in which this nation was then engaged, he was aniong the few, who in a country a.

morcover liberally contributed towards rebounding with the friends and partisans of lieving the exigencies of the itace. During the ejected prince, could appreciate the blef

the latter years of Culloden's life, che anfiigs both civil and religious which the con thor of this feeble effort to raise a monoItitution chọn established was calculated to

ment to his virtues was honoured with impart. He therefore, to the danger of his

much of his friendship and countenance. perfon, and to the detriment of his fortune, And from every opportunity of tudying gave a strenuous and effective support to the his character which he enjoyed, he feels no new order of things. A ftatement of the

hesitation to affert, that taking him for all services which his children, John Forbes of in all, such a man he was as he ne'er will Cullodeo, and the late Lord Prelident For- look upon the bike: On himfelf his depart. bes, par nobile fratrum, rendered to their

ed friend never looked but with kindects, country during the subsequent struggles of

and the impreffion which this kindness leta the ill-fated Junes's descendants to recover upon his mind he will carry to his grate. the throne of their ancestors, would occupy a much ampler space than can be allotted

Manibus date lilia plenis, to a single communication in the obicu. Purpureos (pargain flörcs animamque;

His faltem accumulem donis, et fungar inani ary of a magazine. The grandson, the fa. ther of the late Culloden, carried arms in

Munere." the service of his country, and attracted the

Edinburgh, June 28. notice of the great Earl of Stair, by the in.

Oat-meal, is 3d. Barley-meal, itd. tepid courage which he displayed at the memorable battle of Dettingen. Respect.

Peale-meal, rod. jag the late Culloden himself it may be tru.

Haddington, June 39. ly laid, that although he neither poffefTed

Wheat, 338 6d. Barley, 19s.6d. Oats, 204. 110r wrogated those pre-eminent intellectual

Peale, 18s. 60. Beans, 19s. 63. talents which elevated his illustrious grandfather to the highest civil offices with which

STOCKS.-June 28. in this country a subject can be invested, yet Bank Ştock 1443 New s per C. 91 ia personal virtues he yielded to none of his 3 per C. Red. 555

Long Ann. 167-16

India Stock ancestors. His integrity was unsullied to the last, and his honour he ever regarded as

4 per Cent. 711 Omnium 3 dif.

5 per C. Ann. his life. His manpers were gentle and un.

3 per C. Conf.

SCOTS

MAGAZINE,

For JULY 1803.

CONTENTS.

Page

482

483

456

Page ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. Biographical Account of the late

Proceedings in Lords Dr Black, Concluded

439 Proceedings in. Commons On the Chorus of the Greek Tra.

ABSTRACT of the Papers present. gedy

443

ed to Parliament by order of On Friendship

450 On the Disadvantages of a Classical

his Majesty, relative to the dif. Education

pute with France

485 452

Sir Robert Wilson's Answer, in Attachment between a Cat and

defence of his History of the a Bird Journal of a Tour through France,

Egyptian campaign

sco Continued

437 MONTHLY REGISTER. Survey of the Coasts and Central

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
Highlands of Scotland

France
LITERARY EXTRACTS

SOI
West Indies, America
AND NOTICES.

503 On the consequences of establish

BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. ing European Colonies in Egypt,

LONDON, from Mr Brougham's Inquiry 465 Thunder storm

503 Account of the Pearl Fishery at Mi Attlett acquitted

503 Ceylon, Concluded

471 Fire in Westminfles Abbey 504 Literary Notices

475

EDINBURGH.
POETRY.
River Elbe blocked up

SOS Blyth and Cheary, a Scots Sang 479

Sea Fencibles established

506 The Songs of Selma

480

Powder mill at Stobbs blown up 506 Song of Colma

Beacon erected on the Bell Rock 507 On the Battle of Hohenlinden

481

LISTS_Marriages, &c.

460

480

508

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