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bar, and making them pay toll a second to Miss Lloyd, of Berth, in the county of time, contrary to the inltructions granted Denbigh, by the Trustees, they unaniinously found the Arthur Nicholson, Esq; younger of Lochdefender guilty, and fined him in twenty end, Shetland, to Miss Mary Innes, of Abershillings Sterling ; granted warrant summa- deen. rily to imprison the defender in the tolbooth Robert Bairå of Newbyth, Esq; to Miss of Haddington until payment; and resol- Hearly Gavin of Langton. ved, that every tollgatherer who shall be con- Robert Bogle, Esq; of Jamaica, to Miss vided of imposition for the future, shall be Margaret Bogle, of Glasgow. excluded from bidding for any of the tolls of Mr Thomas Manners, writer to the Sig. this county in time coming.
net, to Miss Juliana Hope, of Edinburgh.
Mir William Scott Moncrieff, merchani The estate of Hatton, in Mid-Lothiar, in Glasgow, to Miss Elizabeth Hogg, of belonging to the Earl of Lauderdale, was Edinburgh. lately sold to the commissioners for mana- Mr Allan Daiziel, merchant in London, ging the estate of Miss Scott of Scotstarvet to Miss Jane Denholm, o Gulyhill. for eighty thousand guineas !
William Pagan, Esq; of the liland of Doo
minica, to Miss Katherine Hart, of EdinEDINBY R G H.
July 30. Mrs Falconer of Woodcot, deti PUGILISM.
vered of a fon. On Saturday last a boxing match took Aug. 1. Mrs Maclean of Lochbuy, of a place in this city between two professors of son. the science. The one, a native of this city,
Mrs Edwards, of a son. and the other a black.
3. Mrs Nicholson of Carnoch, of a son. It lasted about an hour, when it terminat. 6. The Lady of Sir Henry Hay Macdoved in favour of the black, bis antagonist be- gal, Baronet, of a daughter. ing severely hurt in the face and other parts
8. Mrs Blair of Blair, of a daughter. of his body, and having had some of his ribs
to. Mrs M'Neil of Barra, of a daughter. broken.
12. Mrs Neil Ferguson, of a fon. This is the first regular battle that has
22. Mrs Dundas of Arniston, of a daugh taken place, it is believed, in Scotland. The inhabitant of this place, however,
DEATHS. claimed the victory, on account of foul play. fon to Patrick Honyman, Esq;
July 27. Mr. Andrew Fonyman, fifth PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTH-Dar. Alexander Farquharson of Balfour, Erg;
Miss Sarah Irving, daughter of the late Auguf 12. Being the anniversary of the birth of his
George Irviug of Newton, Esq;
31. James Gordon, Esq; of Ardmeallie. Royal Highness George Prince of Wales,
Aug. 3. Mrs Margaret Alexander, wife Prince and Steward of Scotland, when he of Mr James Reid, surgeon in Peebles. entered into the 30th year of his age, in 6. Robert Waddell, Esq; of Crawhill. the morning the flag was displayed from
7. The Rev. James Wilson, Minister of the Castle, at roon the mufic bells were fet Gamrie, in the 97th year of his age. a ringing, and the fame was likewise ob
14. Miss Jean Gordon of Cluny. served as a holiday at the banks and otber Dr David Wilson of Petcrhead. public offices.
15. John Campbell, Esq; of Achalader.
Mrs Christian Edmondstone of CamMARRIAGES.
buswallace. July 27. Lieut. William Fraser, of the 18. Mrs Home Rigg of Morton. 420 Regiment, to Miss Eliza Robertson of 19. Leut. John Guthrie of the Engineers, Kello.
in the service of the East India Company, Aug. Mr Archibald M-Brair, merchant, 20. Mrs Jean Mitchelson, wise of Mi Glasgow, to Miss Elizabeth Millar. George Cairncross, agent for tlie Church,
Abraham Lelie, Efq; of Finraffic, to Miss 21. Mr John Wood, late merchant in En Jean Leslie, of Edinburgh.
dinburgh. Alexander Ewing, Efq; of Nether Balloch, 23. Miss Elizabeth Elphinston, daughter to Mifs Lindsay, of Glafgow
of Alexander Elphinston, Esq; advocate. Mr William Wilkie, merchant in Had. Mrs M-ilwrath, wife of William Mvington, to Miss Elizabeth M'Queen, of llwrath, Efq; Preiton-kirk.
25. Mrs Marwell, widow of the late AThe Hon. John Campbell, of Stonefield, lexander Maxwell, merchant in Edinburgh. one of the Senators of the College of Justice, 28. Mrs Glendonwyn of Glendonwyn.
FOR SEPTEMBER 1791.
With a View of Loch Lomond from the South:
Page Register of the Weather for Sep- Directions to a Student of the tember,
178 Ioner Temple, by the late Memoirs of the Life of Henry
222 Home, Lord Kames, 179 Course of Study in Law, recomMemoir concerning the Exist- mended by Lord Mansfield to ence and Situation of Solomon's
185 Letter from Mr Burke to the Extracts from the Marquis de Archbishop of Aix,
ibido Langle's Piąurefque Deferip- The Archbishop's Answer to Mr tion of Switzerland,
225 Anecdotes of Archery, 197 Stare of Sheep-farming on the Instance of Henry VIII.'s Ty
Eat Coast of Scotland; by radny,
227 Reflections on the late Prospect Review-1. Of Efay on the of a War with Ruffia, 203 Principles of Translation,
237 Dr Robertson's Account of two
-2. Of Poems, by J. Caravans which vlit Merca, 209 Aikin, M: D
249 Letter from the late Bilhop
-2. Of Debates in the Rundle to Mrs Sandis, 212 General Asembly on the Teft Utlity of the Larch Tree,
ibid. Anecdotes of remarkable Trees; Artful Villainy brought to light; by Gilpin, 215 a Chiriefe Tale,
241 Directions for the Study of Eng- Poetry,
247 lijf History, 220 Monthly Regifter
AS. z Voz. XIV. No. 31.
State of the BAROMETER in inches and decimals, and of Farenheit’s THTR
MOMETER in the open air, taken in the morning before fun-rise, and at noon ; and the quantity of rain-water fallen, in inches and decimals, from August 31st 1791, to the 29th of Septemocr, near the foot of Arthur's Seat,
August 3,1 Sept.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IO
57 | 29.525
0.415 0.24 0.19 0.05
53 62 64
50 56 34 55 55 55 55 52 53 43 52 40
30.05 29.95 20.9 39.025 30025 30.025 30.05 30.075.
13 14 15
77 66 60 63 77 71 65 58 55 53 63
17 18 TO 20 21 '12 23 24 25
29.675 29.5 29.95 29.825 30. 29.7 29.825 30.125 30.2 30.25 30.2125 30.23 30.175
27 28 29