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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th of August and the 20th of Sept. 1821, extracted from the London Gazette.
Agar, Moses, late of Walbrook, oilman.
Baynes, C. Western Point, Cheshire, innkeeper.
Bill, Samuel, West Bromwich, timber-merchant.
Brown, Charles, late of Dundee, merchant and ship-owner.
Brummall, Daniel, Sheffield, file-manufacturer.
Cassells, J. Cannon-street, wine-merchant.
Corbyn, J. J. Southweald, master-mariner.
Davis, T. Great Bar, Staffordshire, maltster.
Deeping, G. Lincoln, fell-monger.
Dixon, W. Portsmouth, tailor.
Driver, Nathan, Steanbridge, clothier.
Egling, J. E. Covent-Garden, victualler.
Eybe, F. and Schmaeck, A. St Mary Axe, merchants.
Fisher, J. Lancaster, soap-manufacturer.
lint, J. London Wall, merchant.
ry, G. Newbury, Berks, mercer.
ibson, J. Finsbury-Square, merchant. Godwin, J. Bristol, coal-merchant.
iormdry, G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, bacon-dealer. Greenhouse, W. Ludlow, tanner.
lankes, R. Lincoln's-inn Fields, hat-manufacturer. Hartland, J. Gloucester, mercer. leslington, J. jun. York, grocer. Filbury, J. P. Mark-lane, wine-merchant. Hillary, T.P. Little Tower-street, wine-merchant. lodgson, F. M. Manchester, dry-salter. odgson, J. Staindrop, Durham, shopkeeper. Tolding, W. Devonshire-street, Queen-square, wine-merchant.
Howard, E. and Gibbs, J. Cork-street, money-scri
Jones, A. W. New Brentford, corn and coal-merchants.
Knowles, J. and Walker, H. Salford, machinemakers.
Lambert, R. Manchester, cotton-manufacturer.
Mawdsley, Henry, late of Ormskirk, plumber.
Norfolk, Hezekiah, late of Mount-Sorrel, worsted
Oliva, T. C. Liverpool, merchant.
Parr, Wm. Covent Garden, tailor.
Parry, Thomas, Manchester, Wentbridge, R. Yorkshire, and Armitage, Joseph, Pontefract, cotton-spinners.
Peters, E. Bristol, grocer.
Porthouse, Thomas, Wigton, Cumberland, dyer. Raiman, H. Deptford, victualler.
Rawlins, James, Whitehaven, grocer.
Reid, Archibald, Pimlico, carpenter.
Rolfe, W. Teignmouth, builder.
Rothery, John, and Pape, T. Leeds, seed-crushers.
Stead, Thomas, Thumhall, cotton-spinner.
West. I. R. Louth, Lincolnshire, coach-maker.
Wright, Charles, Ludgate Hill, wine-merchant. Wright, David, St Catherine-street, corn-dealer. Yell, I. and I. Woodham, Terris, salesmen.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and 28th September, 1821, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Beck, William, manufacturer in Hawick.
Campbell, W. and R. brewers, Linlithgow.
Macdonald, John, merchant, Perth.
Webster, James, ship-marker at Ferry-Port-on-
Wilson, Robert, corn-dealer and lime-merchant, at Thornton, parish of Kilbride.
Douglas, John, draper in Dumfries; a dividend 5th November.
Duguid, William, manufacturer, Aberdeen; a di vidend to the postponed creditors, 20th October Fergusson, James, writer in Stewarton; a dividend of 1s. 3d. per pound, 29th October. Fyfe, Charles, and Fyfe, Charles, and Co.; a dividend 22d October.
Gordon, Patrick, stationer, Glasgow; a dividend 19th October.
Laurie, W. and R. and Co. merchants, Glasgow; a dividend 3d October.
Loudon, George and Co, merchants, Glasgow; a dividend 17th October.
Lover, Mrs Mary, late china-dealer in Edinburgh, afterwards china-dealer, Leith; a final dividend of 3s. per pound, 26th October.
Macintosh, Arthur, bookseller in Inverness; a first dividend 12th October.
Pinkerton, James, jun. brewer, Glasgow; a dividend of 2s. per pound, 26th October.
Stewart, John, merchant and general agent, Aberdeen; a dividend 1st October.
Vallance, Hugh and Co. timber-merchants in Paisley; a second dividend 19th October.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
Colonel Chabot, h. p. 50 F. to be Maj.Gen. in the army, July 19, 1821 Capt. Gardiner, 1 Life Gds. Major in the army, Feb. 17, 1820. Craufurd, 12 Dr. do.Aug. 30, 1821. 1 Life G. Lt. Cox, Capt. by purch. vice M'Neil,
Aug. 24. Cornet & Sub-Lt. Hon. W. L. L. Fitz G. de Roos, Lt. by purch. do. P. Sydney, Cornet and Sub-Lieut. by purch.
2 Dr. G. Lt. Cuff, Capt. by purch. vice Hames,
Huntly, do. do. vice Blackiston,
Cornet and Lieut. Lord J. Bentinck, 83
H. Brahan, Ensign.
2W. I. R.
Colds. G. Ensign and Lieut. Mildmay, Lieut. and Capt. by purch. vice White, ret.
Berkeley, fm. h. p. Ensign and Lieut. by purch. do. Buller, Lieut. and Capt. by purch. vice Sandilands, 13 F. G. Sept. 6. Broadhead, from h. p. Ensign and Lieut. by purch. do. 13. Bt. Maj. Sandilands, from Coldst. Gds. Capt. and Lieut.-Col. by purch. vice West, ret. Aug. 30. Capt. Knollys, Adj. vice Stockdale, res. Adj. only, Sept. 6. Maj. Wall, fm. 35 F. Maj. vice Bt. Lieut.-Col. D'Aguilar, h. p. 91 F.
do. 13. Lieut. Akenside, Capt. vice Knollys, dead, 6 do.
do. 1st Lieut. Rochford, Adj. vice Kincaid, res. Adj. only, Sept. 13. Hosp. As. Ritchie, As. Surg. vice Kelly, cancelled, Aug. 23. Bt. Maj. Bayley, fm. 2 Ceyl. R. Capt. vice Dyas, h. p. 2 Ceyl, R. do. 9. Lieut. Fagan, Capt. vice Truter, dead,
2d Lieut. Fretz, 1st Lieut. D. Meaden, 2d Lieut.
Maj. Wodehouse, h. p. Insp. Field Off. of Militia in Nova Scotia with the Rank of Lieut.-Col. in the Army, vice Dawson, cancelled,
Aug. 30, 1821.
Capt, W. Goddard, Dep. Barrack Master Gen. in Nova Scotia, vice Lynn, res. Jan. 22, 1821.
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the
N.B. The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afternoon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.
Sept. 3. At Gogar-house, the lady of James L'Amy, of Dunkenny, Esq. advocate, of a son. -At Largs, Mrs Smith, of Craigend, of a son. 5. At Clifton, the lady of Dr Dickson, of a son. Mrs Dickson, 132, George Street, of a son. At Carnousie-house, Mrs Duff of Carnousie, of a son.
- In Bernard Street, Russell Square, London, the lady of John Fraser, Esq. of a son.
-At Annat Lodge, the lady of Kenneth Bruce Stuart, Esq. of Annat, of a daughter.
The lady of the Hon. and Rev. L. Dundas, of a son.
- At Hopes, Mrs Hay, of a son.
6. At Kirkmichael House, the lady of Captain Houston Stewart, R. N. of a son.
- At Inchdairnie, Mrs Aytoun, of a daughter. At the manse of Crawfordjohn, Mrs Goldie, of a son.
8. Mrs William Young, jun. Cassels Place, Leith, of a son.
- Mrs Pringle, Howard Place, of a son. 10. At Coldstream, the lady of Captain A. D. M'Laren, Berwickshire Militia, of a son.
11. At No. 9, Abercromby Place, the lady of James Greig, Esq. of Eccles, of a daughter.
12. At the Manse of Cavers, Mrs Strachan, of a daughter.
13. The Right Hon. Lady Eleanor Balfour, of a daughter.
Mrs Megget, Drummond Place, of a son. At the Chateau de Bystervel, North Brabant, the lady of John Turing Ferrier, Esq. of a son, 15. At Drummond Place, the lady of William Milliken Napier, Bart. of a son.
-Lady Charlotte Seymour, of a son and heir.
At Warrieston-place, the lady of Captain Ross, of a son.
17. At Inveraray, Mrs Campbell of Duncholgin, of a son.
18. At Glenarbach, Dumbartonshire, the lady of Mr Robertson of Prenderguest, of a son, who lived only a few hours.
20. At Langley, the lady of Godfrey Meynell, Esq. of Meynell, Langley, Derbyshire, of a son. 22. At London, the lady of M. Stewart Nicholson, Esq. of Carnoch, of a daughter.
24. Mrs C. Tawse, Gayfield Square, of a daughter.
27. Mrs Chancellor, of Shieldhill, of a son. At Kilbagie, Mrs Stein, of a son
- Mrs George Robertson, Albany Street, of a daughter.
28. MrsBurnet, Queen Street, of twin daughters. 29. At Woolwich, the lady of Lieutenant William Cochrane Anderson, Royal Horse Artillery, of a son.
Sept. 3. At Heriot Hill, Mr Alexander Wingate, merchant, Glasgow, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John Birkmyre, Esq.
-At Glasgow, Mr James Weir, merchant, Edinburgh, to Jacobina Anna Dunbar Murray, daughter of the late Alex. Murray, Esq. of Inglistone, Dumfries-shire.
At Edinburgh, Henry Meredith Warter, Esq. of Sibberscript in the county of Salop, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late celebrated Mungo Park.
At Linlathen, Captain James Paters n, youngest son of the late George Paterson of Castle Huntly, Esq. to Miss Davie Erskine, youngest daughter of the late David Erskine, Esq. clerk to the signet.
- At Cadder, the residence of Charles Stirling, Esq. Thomas Dunmore, Esq. Commissary-Gene ral, to Mrs Stirling, widow of the late Robert Stirling, Esq.
6. The Reverend Mr Anderson, minister of Dunbarny, to Miss Thomson, daughter of David Thomson, Esq. Newburgh.
7. At Vogrie, John Cockburn, Esq. to Eliza, youngest daughter of James Dewar, Esq. of Vogrie.
8 At Abinger, in Surrey, John Campbell, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, barrister at law, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of James Scarlett, Esq. M.P. for Peterborough.
10. At Kingoldrum, by the Reverend Robert Aikman, Walter, second son of the Reverend William Haldane, to Susan, daughter of the late Mr Charles Hill, Forfar. .
At Edinburgh, Mr John Wilson, surgeon, R. N. and surgeon in Stirling, to Miss Mary Glas, eldest daughter of Mr Wm. Glas, wood-merchant, Stirling.
12. In Pitt Street, Mr Andrew Thomson, surgeon, Edinburgh, to Mary, the eldest daughter of Mr William Troquair, builder.
17. At Dornoch, Mr George Rule, Cyderhall, Sutherlandshire, to Jessie, second daughter of William Taylor, Esq. writer there.
18. At Edinburgh, Charles Doyle Straker, Esq. to Miss Catharine Cornelius Story, daughter of the late Captain George Story of the 8th light dragoons.
-At Aberdeen, William Knight, LL.D. Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Institution of Belfast, to Jean, eldest daughter of the late Dr Glennie, Professor of Moral Philosophy and Logic in the Marischal College, and one of the ministers of Aberdeen.
--At Stanwix, near Carlisle, Mr William Dewar, of Glasgow, to Jane Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Oliver Davis, Esq. of the Navy Office, Somerset-house.
25. At 55, Hanover Street, by the Reverend Mr John M'Lachlan of Wemyss, Mr John Cunnison, to Isabella, second daughter of the late Mr David Salmon, ship-owner, East Wemyss.
Lately, In the parish church of Plympton, St Mary's, Richard Lapthorne, to Mary Ford. This is the fifth time the bride has been married in the same church, and her four last husbands were buried in the same church-yard.
Jan. 3. At Madras, James Chalmers, Esq. of the Honourable East India Company's service, and civil surgeon at Palamcattach.
Feb. 10. In an attack at night on the British camp at Zoor, on the coast of Arabia, whilst gallantly defending himself against seven men in front of the lines, and after receiving thirty-five wounds, Captain Charles Parr of the Bombay European regiment of infantry, youngest son of the late William Parr, Esq. of Norfolk Street, Strand, and Pentonville.
17. At Zoare in Arabia, while on duty with the 2d regiment, Lieutenant James Paoli Boswell, of the Honourable East India Company's 10th regiment of Native infantry, second son of William Boswell, Esq. advocate.
March 1. Of small-pox, near Aurungabad, where he was serving as lieutenant of artillery and adjutant in the army of the Nizam, Ensign Thomas Fleming, of the 10th regiment Native infantry, Bengal, son of the Rev. Dr Fleming, one of the ministers of this city.
19. At Chowringhee, in India, Lieut-Colonel Archibald Campbell, of the 26th regiment of native infantry, son of the late Dugald Campbell, Esq. of Kintarbet. We extract the following paragraph from a Calcutta newspaper announcing his death:-" Died on the forenoon of the 19th instant, at his house in Chowringhee, Lieut.-Col. Archd. Campbell of the 26th regiment, N. I., after a short but extremely severe illness, which he bore with that placidity of temper and resignation to the Divine will which characterized him through life-gifted with excellent natural abilities, and always conspicuous by an active and intelligent discharge of the duties of his profession, this officer was, at an early period of his service in India, selected for situations of high trust and responsibility, and having preserved throughout a long and distinguished career of public life the strictest integrity and the most unblemished honour-combined as these superior qualities were in this instance with a remarkable warmth of heart, and a disposition so uniformly humane, considerate, and
kind, that it was felt by all with whom he had any intercourse. It may be safely asserted that it has fallen to the lot of very few to live so generally respected and beloved, or to die so deeply and sincerely regretted."
April 10. In Cananore, East Indies, Captain Gilbert James Blair, of the 25th Native infantry.
19. At Rio Janeiro, in his 77th year, Field Marshal John Shadwell Connell, Councillor of War, and Knight of the Order of the Tower and Sword.
24. At Roseau, in the island of Dominica, John Reay, Esq. a native of Dalmellington.
May 25. At Nicolaef, Captain Samuel Moffat,
Jed Russian navy.
17. At Malta, Mr John Munro, of his Majesty's ship Cambrian, eldest son of the late George Munro, Esq. of Glasgow.
July 27. At Corfu, William Hamilton Campbell of Winton, Esq.
Aug. 6. In the island of Jamaica, Mr Thomas Ker, youngest son of Gilbert Ker, Esq. late of Gateshaw.
7. At Lisbon, Lady Maria J. Macdonell, widow of Lieutenant-General Alexander Macdonell of Lochgarry.
20. At Leith, Miss Millar, daughter of the late Mr Patrick Millar, merchant there.
23. At the East India College, Hertford, in the 18th year of his age, James, youngest son of James Grant, Esq. of Bught, county of Inverness.
24. At Bristol, John Duncan Gerard, Esq. son of the late Dr Gilbert Gerard, Professor of Divinity in the King's College and University of Aberdeen.
28. At Ormiston, Mrs Jane Ferguson, daughter of the Honourable James Ferguson, Lord Pitfour.
29. At London, James Robinson Scott, F.R.S.E. F.L.S. late senior President of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, Lecturer on Botany, &c.
Åt Bourdeaux, the widow of Gen. Moreau, who was killed at the battle of Dresden.
30. At Tranent, David Aitken, aged 23, cldest son of Mr William Aitken, late merchant in Dunbar.
Suddenly, in a steam-boat on his way to Helensburgh, Mr James Marshall, woollen-yarn merchant, Glasgow.
31. Christian Paterson, daughter of Mr Andrew Paterson, writer, Albany Street, Edinburgh. At Portobello, Mrs Wardrobe of Charlotte Place, Edinburgh.
Sept. 1. At London, Wm. Kinnaird, Esq. senior magistrate of the Thames Police.
2. At Edinburgh, Mr Benjamin Waters, late merchant in Leith.
4. At Edinburgh, the Honourable Margaret Drummond, relict of George Haldane of Gleneagles, Esq.
5. At Edinburgh, John Hercy, Esq. of Hawthorn, Berkshire, Master of Arts of St John's College, Cambridge, a member of the Royal Medical, and one of the Presidents of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, and assistant to Dr Hamilton, physician to the Royal Infirmary. His death was occasioned by a puncture which he received when examining the morbid appearance of a dead body. His remains are deposited in the same grave with those of one of his respected countrymen, the son of Darwin, in the burial-ground of Dr Duncan, senior Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, and Physician to his Majesty for Scotland.
6. At Tunbridge, at the house of his son the Rev. Thomas Knox, the Rev. Vicesimus Knox, D. D. Rector of Rundell and Ramsden Crays, Essex, aged 68. Dr Knox has been long known as an elegant writer and accomplished scholar.
7. At Ashover, in Derbyshire, James Hay Milnes, midshipman in his Majesty's navy.
-At her house, No. 22, Society, Miss Jean Belsches Brymer, eldest daughter of the late Reverend John Brymer, minister of the gospel at Marykirk.
8. At Odelbe Castle, near Bedford, in her 84th year, the Right Hon. Isabella, Countess of Eg
9. At Leith, Bethea, youngest daughter of Mr John Crawford, merchant there.
At Versailles, in the 69th year of his age, of an aneurism of the heart, after a few hours illness, John Peter Addenbroke, Esq. formerly major in the 54th regiment of foot, gentleman usher to her late Majesty Queen Charlotte, equerry to her late Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte, and retained upon the establishment of his Royal Highness the Prince of Saxe Cobourg.
10. At Old Meldrum, in the 70th year of his age, Bailie George Cooper, parochial schoolmaster of Meldrum for 41 years.
At Whitehorn, Milnathort, Jane White, wife of Mr William Morrison.
11. In her house, North Frederick Street, Edinburgh, Mrs General George Cunninghame.
At Edinburgh, George Jolinston, Esq. fourth son of the late David Johnston, Esq. of Lathrisk. 12. At his house, No. 46, Queen Street, Mr John Forman, jun. writer to the signet.
In King Street, Borough Road, Southwark, Mrs Gillon, aged 48.
15. At Balfron, the Rev. John Cooper, minister of the United Association.
- At the Manse of Morebattle, Thomas, son of the Reverend Walter Morrison.
-At Glasgow, Mr John Wood, merchant. 14. At Lenoxlove, Miss Lindesay, daughter of the late Patrick Lindesay, Esq. of Eaglescarnie.
At Reigate, in Surrey, Mrs Jean Paterson, widow of the late George Paterson, Esq. of East Sheen, Surrey, and eldest daughter of the late Joseph Cumine of Auchrey, Esq. county of Aberdeen.
15. At her mother's house in Heriot Row, Miss Grace Donaldson, third daughter of the late Alexander Donaldson, Esq. some time Captain in the 36th regiment.
At Kirkton, Burntisland, Mrs Lowrie, wife of Mr John Lowrie, inspector of Excise cutters, Leith.
- At Dover, Miss Delicia Taylor Sutherland, only daughter of Dr Sutherland.'
16. At Dean Street, Stockbridge, Mrs Lockhart, relict of the late Reverend Dr William Lockhart of St Andrew's Church, Glasgow.
At the Manse of Ratho, Mrs Margaret Bethune, wife of the Reverend Dr Duncan. At Queensferry, Mr William Murison.
At Dalkeith, Captain Hector_M'Lean, late of the 4th, formerly of the 10th Royal Veteran Battalion.
- At Palmerston, near Limerick, aged 112, the widow of Mr Thomas Bucknor. She retained her faculties to the last, and was able, until within a few days, to attend to the business of her house. She had a full recollection of the death of Queen Anne, and lived to witness five reigns.
17. At the advanced age of 108 years, Mr Robin Kay, of Patside, near Patley-bridge, farmer.
At Crieff, Christian, third daughter of Mr M'Comish.
At Kirkcaldy, Mrs Janet Brown, wife of Mr Richard Tosh, writer there.
At Airdrie, Mr John Cleland, surgeon. 19. At Braehead, John Darling Wilson, second son of Mr Samuel Wilson, merchant, Glasgow.
At Queensferry, Margaret, infant daughter of Mr Wishart, writer to the signet.
Mary Ann, only daughter of the late Mr V. Moinet, merchant in Edinburgh.
At Ely, Isabella, daughter of Mr Speid, W. S.
-In her 76th year, the Dowager Landgrave Caroline of Hesse Homburg.-Her Highness was daughter to the Landgrave Lewis IX. of Hesse Cassel, born March 2, 1746. She married on the 27th of September, 1768, the late Landgrave Frederick Lewis of Hesse omburg.
20. At Glasgow, Captain Andrew Fraser, late of the 92d regiment.
25. Mrs John Luke, Muircambus Mill, Fife, aged 83. At her house Summerfield, near Leith, Mrs Craig, aged 79, widow of John Craig, Dolphington. William, infant son of Mr H. D. Dickie, secretary to the Caledonian Insurance Company, Edinburgh. 24. At Garliestown, James Nish, Esq. of Balsarroch. At Paris, Alexander Gowan, Esq. late surgeon, Dalkeith.