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21-And“ the British and the bold buc. tyne's printing cstablishment, 714_His
'caneer," 22—Chapter IV., 24-Weigh. description of the Magazine, ib.
ing anchor, 25—The captain's servant Orford, Lord, anecdotes of, 206
and the gunner, 26_Arrival of the pi. Owen, Pen, a novel, review of, 633
lot, 27-Salute, and sailing of the Tot.. Oxford, remarks on the the new controversy
tumfog, 28

regarding, 678
Marriages, 132, 262, 382, 501, 628, 767 Paddy, letter from, 461
Martyr of Antioch, the; a dramatic poem, Parisian Mirror, the, 217–Letter I. The
review of, 267

Chamber of Peers, ib.-Chamber of De-
Marys, the two, visiting the sepulchre of puties, 218– New Tragedy at the Thea-

Christ, on Mı Hall's picture of, 596 tre Francaise, ib.—Trial at the Court
Matthews, Dibdin and Morgan, remarks of Assizes, 220_Curious adventure, 222
on the travels of, 692

--Letter II. 224_Booksellers, 225–
Maxilian, historie and gests of, 3—Epistle Address of the mayor of Paris to the
premonitory, 4-Flight I, 8

king on new-year's day, ib.—The charch
May-day with the Muses, review of Bloom- of Genevieve, 226_Ceremony of its con-
field's, 722

secration, 227-Le circle des arts, 229-
Mayne, Jasper, notice of his comedy called Letter III. The French theatres, 355
The City Match, 195

The opera, 337–Letter IV. Politics.
Melodies, ancient national, 86

339—Antique statue in the Louvre, 342
Metaphysics of Music, remarks on the, 529 Sismondi's novel of Julia Severa, 580
Meteorological tables, 128, 259, 376, 498, Pen Owen, a novel, review of, 633
625, 764

Phantasmagoriana, 116
Military appointments, promotions, &c. Poetry.—Sonnet, 13—The night blowing
129, 260, 380, 499, 626

stock, 14—The lament of Ella, 28
Milman, Rev. H. H., review of his Mar- The last lament, 29—The ring and the
tyr of Antioch, 267

stream, a drama, 50_Goethe's W'est-
Minna Troil; a ballad, 307

Oestlichem diwan, 68_Ancient Nation-
Mohawks, the, a satirical poem, remark on, al melodies, 86_The benison, 109
696

Effusions of friendship, 111-Epistle to
Moore's Irish Melodies, remarks on, 62

Christopher North, Esq. 112_To the
Morellet's Memoires, review of, 165 veiled magician, 113_Tokens of natu-
Morgan, Matthews and Dibdin, on the ral affection, 114_Phantasmagoriana,
Travels of, 692

116-Rhyming salutation, 117_The
Music, on the metaphysics of, and their chaunt of friendship, 119_A festal ode,

accordance with modern practice, 529 161-Lord Byron's Combolio, 162–
Mythology of the ancients, a key to the, 308 Sonnet, written in a church-yard, 183
Newcastle, anecdotes of the Duke of, 205 Speeches of Hume, Martin, and Can-
New-year's day in Edinburgh, 30

ning 230-A Latin melody, 240— The
New-year's day congratulations, 108— The beechen wood, 290_February, 304–

Benison, 109_Effusions of friendship, Minna Troil; a ballad, 307-Stanzas to
111 Epistle to Christopher North, Esq. an old friend, 367–Autumnal twilight,
112_To the veiled magician, 113_T.. 368—Byron to Murray, 376-Zachary
kens of natural affection, 114-Phan- Meldrum, 396_Stanzas on an infant,
tasmagoriana, 116–Rhyming saluta. 401-Sufficient unto the day is the evil
tion, 117–The chaunt of friendship, thereof, 419_Critique on Lord Byron,
119

456—To the Yeomanry cavalry of Man-
Noctes Ambrosianæ, No. I. 369_No. II. chester, 474_Sonnet to — 520_AD
475_No. III. 601.

evening sketch, 552- Verses on Mr
Nodier, Charles, review of his Promenade Tickler's wedding, 606_Bernardo and

from Dieppe to the mountains of Scot- Alphonso, 662 - Baveica, 663- The
land, 321

excommunication of the Cid, 664_Count
Notes to a new edition of Don Quixote, Fernan Gonsalez, 665_Song of the Ad.
661

miral Guarinos, 666_Desultory stanzas
Notices of old English comedies. No. II. by Mr Wordsworth and Mr North, 752

The City Match, by Jasper Mayne, 195 Poetry, American, review of Specimens of,
Nugent, Lord, letter of a Protestant lay.

684
man to, 359

Poetry, on the question how far it is an
Odoherty, letter from, 438
Omai, Eree, account of his visit to the great Poland, English literature in, 329

island of Edinburgh, called ritain, 709 Poland, the traveller's guide through, re-
-His landing at Leith, 710-Account view of, 650
of the manners and customs of Edin. Politics, domestic, remarks on, 242
burgh, visit to Bridewell, the Observa. Potoris gloria. A Latin melody, 240
tory, Theatre, &c. ib. To the Parlia. Prices current, 127, 258, 378, 497, 624,
ment House, 711--Advocates' Library, 763
the Castle, &c. 712—Public Dinner, ib. Promenade from Dieppe to the mountains
-The University, 713_Mr Ballan- of Scotland, review of Nodier's, 321

art, 153

Promotions, military, 129, 260, 380, 499, lations on the criminal courts of Scot-
626, 765

land, and Mr Kennedy's bill on that
Protestant layman, letter from a, 359,- subject, 72
Reply of a Catholic to, 553

Rhapsodies over a punch.bowl. No. I. 344
Publications, monthly list of new ones, Rhyming salutation, 117
122, 251, "374, 491, 620, 756

Ring, the, and the stream, a drama, 50
Punch-bowi, rhapsodies over a, 344 Rousseau, remarks on the genius and cha-
Quixote, Don, review of a new edition of, racter of, 137
657—Notes illustrative of, 661

Rudolph of Habsburg, review of, 38
Raynouard's tragedy of the States of Blois. Rural chronicle, extract from the, 519
-Historical introduction, 539

Satanic school of poetry, Lord Byron's, re-
Recollections in retirement of a life of marks on, 212

travel and adventure. Chapter 1. North Schlenkert's Rudolph of Habsburgh, re-
America, and “ the war of indepen. view of, 38
dence,” 184

Scottish character, sketches of, No. IX.
Remarks on Moore's Irish Melodies, 62- 175_No. X. 396

On Sir Tristrem, in Greek and German, Scottish Life, Lights and Shadows of, 969
70-On Mr T. F. Kennedy and the Sea-side sketches. The shipwright's yard,
Edinburgh Review, 72_On Lord By. 425
ron's three new tragedies, 90, 212_0n Select chapters, sundry, from the book of
the genius and character of Rosseau, 137 the two worlds, &c., 3-Epistle premo-
On the question, How far is poetry an nitory, &c., 4-Maxilian, Flight I., 8
art ? 153—On clerical peculiarities, 175 Shakespeare, remarks on Ducis' transla-
On speeches of Mr Hume, Martin, and tions of his plays, 448
Canning, 230_On the deterioration of Sharpe, Archbishop, on Mr Allan's pic-
man and beast, ib.--On Mr Allan's ture, of the death of, 439
picture of the death of Archbishop Shipwreck, review of Cochelet's, 316
Sharpe, 439_On the drama, 440_On Sismondi Sismondei, account of his novel
Lacretelle's history of the Constituent As- of Julia Severa, 580
sembly, 506_On spring, 515_On Ray- Sir Tristrem, in Greek and German, re-
Douard's States of Blois, 529—On Mr marks on, 70
Hall's picture of the two Marys' visiting Sketches of Scottish character, No. IX.
the sepulchre of Christ, 596_On the Clerical peculiarities, 175m No. X. Za-
new Oxford controversy, 678_On Dous- chary Meldrum, 396
terswivel's inquiry into the theory of im. Sketches of the Highland Regiments, &c.
posture, 680-On the writings of Mat. review of, 387
thews, Dibdin, and Morgan, 692_On Sketches of Scenes in the Metropolis, re-
the Mohawks, a satirical poem, 696- view of, 715
On the Earl of Aberdeen's work on Gre- Song of the Admiral Guarinos, 666
cian architecture, 705_On the Fortunes Sonnet, written in a church-yard, 183
of Nigel, 734

Somerset, anecdotes of the Duke of, 204
Review of Rudolph of Habsburg, a Ger. Southey, Mr, his reply to Lord Byron, 93
man drama,

38_Of Valerius; a Roman Spanish tale, a, 403
story, 94_Of Morellet's memoires, 165 Spring, remarks on, 515
-Of the Martyr of Antioch ; a dramatic Stanzas to an old friend, 367–On an in-
poem, 267_Of Italy, a poem, 280_Of fant, 401–Desultory, by Mr Words-
the widow's tale, and other poems, 286 worth and Mr North, 752
-Of Cochelet's shipwreck, 316-Of States of Blois, a tragedy, remarks on, 539
· Nodier's promenade from Dieppe to the Stewart, Colonel David, review of his
mountains of Scotland, 321-Of some Sketches of the Highlanders of Scotland,
passages in the Life of Mr Adam Blair,

&c. 387
319_Of Stewart's Sketches of the High Stream, the ring and the, a drama, 50
landers, &c. 387–Of Kotzebue's Voyage Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof,419
of Discovery, 521_Of Walter of Aqui- Tale, a Spanish one, 403
taine, 569_Of Pen Owen, a novel, 633 Taste, on the different stages of, as exem.
Of the Traveller's Guide through Poland, plified in the different classes of literary
650_Of a new edition of Don Quixote, productions, 585
657—Of Austin's Lights and Shadows of Thoughts on letter-writing, 301
Scottish Life, 669_Of American Poetry, Tickler, Timothy, verses on his wedding,
684–Of Bracebridge Hall. By Geoffrey 606
Crayon, 688_Of Croly's tragedy of Ca- Tour through Great Britain and Ireland,
tiline, 698_Of the Magic Lantern, or review of Townsend's, 291
Sketches of Scenes in the Metropolis, Tragedies, remarks on Lord Byron's, 90
715_Of Bloomfield's May Day with the Travellers guide through Poland, review
Muses, 722_Of Graham Hamilton, a of, 650
novel, 731_Of Cambridge Pamphlets, Tristrem, Sir, in Greek and German, re-
735

marks on, 70
Review, Edinburgh, remarks on its specu. Valerius ; a Roman story, review of, 94 v
Visit of Eree Omai, to the great island of Widow's tale, the, and other poems, 286

Edinburgh, called Britain, 709 Wine-bibbers' glory, translation of, by
Voyage of discovery of Lieutenant Kotze- Philip Potts, Esq. 239_Potoris gloris,
bue, review of, 521

a Latin melody, 240
Voyages and travels of Columbus Secun. Works preparing for publication, 120, 250
dus. Chapter XIX. 30

372, 490, 619, 754
Walter of Aquitaine; an historic romance, Writers in Calcutta, observations on the
569

432
War of independence in North America, Yeomanry cavalry of Manchester, lines to
recollections of, 184

the, 474
Whiggery, hints on, 230

Young author, hints for a, from a very old,
Whigs, the, rapacity for place the secret 466
of all their impulses, 243

Zachary Meldrum, 396

INDEX TO BIRTHS, MARRAGES, AND DEATHS

BIRTHS.

Dickson, 501, ib., Kennedy, 262 Patullo, 318
Adams, 132

767
King, 262

Paul, 132, 767
Allison, 501 Dimma, 382 Kirkwood, 381 Peel, 767
Anderson, 132,767, Douglas, 767 Lang, 501

Pillines, 262
ib. (3 children.) Drummond, 767 Lawric, 501 Playfair, 767
Arbuthnot, 262 Dundas, 262 Lawson, 501 Pringle, 501
Athlone, 132 Durie, 628

Leinster, 501 Purvis, 132
Baillie, 501, 628 Elgin,

Lindsay, 628 Radcliffe, 501
Balfour, 132, 628 Farquharson, 767 Litchford, 262 Ramsay, 628
Balneavis, 767 Ferguson, 501, 628, Little, 767

Rattray, 628
Barber, 501

767

Lowther, 132 Robertson, 262,
Bedford, 132 Ferrier, 628

Lundie, 132

382, 628
Begbie, 262 Fleming, 767 Lyon, 501

Rosebery, 767
Bennet, 262
Flint, 628

Macara, 262 Ross, 132
Berridale, 132 Ford, 262

M•Candlish, 501 Sanders, 382
Borthwick, 382 Forrest, (3 children) Macdonald, 262 Scott, 262
Bowie, 132

767

Macdonell, 262 Shand, 262
Bridges, 501 Fraser, 382, 767 Macdougall, 767 Sinclair, 767
Brown, 628, 767 Fullarton, 132 Macduff, 501 Sitwell, 262
Bruce, 628, 767 Glen, 381

Mackenzie, 132 Smith, 382
Buchannan, 262 Goodsir, 132 Mackintosh, 262 Spence, 382
Burnett, 501 Gordon, 132, 262, Maclean, 767 Spalding, 501
Cadell, 381, 382 ib. 628

M.Leod, 132, 262 Stephen, 132
Campbell, 132, ib. Graham, 382 Martin, 132, 262 Stevenson, 381, 382
262, 501, ib., 767 Grant, 501, 767 Mason, 381

Steuart, 767
Carnegie, 767 Guthrie, 382 Mathie, 628 Stewart, 382, 501,
Carmichael, 628 Hair, 262

Maxwell, 501

628
Cay, 382

Hamilton, 382 Moncrieff, 132, ib. Stirling, 132, 501
Cheyne, 767 Hathorn, 767

262, ib.

Struthers, 501
Christie, 501 Henderson, 262, Montgomery, 381, Stuart, 501
Clarke, 501, 767

381, 628

501

Sutherland, 132
Clerk, 132

Hislop, 501 Moore, 501 Sydserf, 262
Cochrane, 132, 262, Hodgson, 767 Murray, 132, 262, Tennant, 623
382
Holmes, 382

767

Terrot, 501
Comrie, 381 Home, 262

Nasmyth, 501 Tweeddale, 682
Conolly, 501 Hood, 132

Newton, 132 Uxbridge, 132
Crawford, 132, 628, Hope, 262, 767, ib. O'Connell, 132 Vere, 132
ib.

Hopkirk, 501 Ogilvie, 132 Walker, 331
Crichton, 501 Horsburgh, 262 Oliphant, 132 Wardrop, 501
Cruikshanks, 262 Huie, 132

Orange, 767 Watson, 382, ib.
Dalrymple, 132 Hunter, 501 Orleans, 262 Wedderburn, 132
Dalziel, 767 Hutchins, 132 Orr, 262, 501 Wilson, 628
Dartmouth, 501 Hutchinson, 767 Oswald, 381 Wylie, 262
Deans, 381
Hutchison, 628 Pack, 132

Wyse, 381
Dewar, 262, 381
Impey, 501

Parsons, 501 Young, 501
Dick, 262
Irving, 262 Paterson, 132

MARRIAGES.
Dickie, 132

Johnstone, 382 Patison, 501 Aitchison, 132

Albemarle, 382 M'Inroy, 628 Young, 501, 628 Clark, 502
Anderson, 501 M'Isaac, 382

DEATUS. Clephane, 383
Atthur, 263 M'Kenzie, 382 Adam, 384, 769 Clerk, 502
Baikie, 768

M'Lean, 382 Aitken, 383, 629 Cochrane, 133, 184
Baine, 132

Marshal, 132, 768 Alexander, 264 Cockburn, 382
Baird, 628
Mather, 132

Allan, 383, 629 Colebrooke, 264
Black, 263

Miller, 382, 628, ib. Allardyce, 263 Colquhoun, 629
Boyd, 501
Moir, 263

Allison, 263, ib. Combe, 134
Brown, 132, 262 Morrison, 501 Alston, 133

Connant, 630
Bruce, 628

Mossman, 262 Altenburg, 769 Cooper, 264
Buchanan, 628, ib. Mostyn, 382 Andrew, 383, 502 Courcy, 769
Butterworth, 768 Mudie, 768

Anderson, 502, 630 Coutts, 388
Cameron, 262 Muir, 767

Archibald, 384 Cox, 264, 769
Capper, 263 Muirhead, 133 Arthur, 133

Crawford, 384
Carmichael, 133 Munro, 628

Atterbury, 384 Crichton, 382
Carr, 382
Mure, 768
Baillie, 502

Cross, 133
Chevasse, 262 Murray, 132, 501 Baird, 383, 768 Cunningham, 263,
Clark, 133, 263 Napier, 628 Baldwin, 383

264, 502
Cock, 768

Nicholson, 768 Ballantine, 263 Cupples, 263
Coke, 382
Niven, 768
Barclay, 383

Currie, 134
Connal, 382
Noble, 768

Barry, 264, 384 Curwen, 768
Craig, 262
Orson, 628
Beaton, 383

Dalgliesh, 502
Cranstoun, 501 Paterson, 132, 382, Beaufort, 502 Dalrymple, 502
Cullen, 382

501

Beauinont, 134 Daly, 134
Cunningham, 501 Peacock, 629 Begbie, 502, 629 Dalyel, 133
Currie, 629

Pearson, 132 Bell, 383, 629 Darroch, 383
Dalyell, 263
Pollock, 628

Bethune, 134 Davidson, 263, 629
Davidson, 262 Porteous, 628 Binny, 629

Dewar, 263
Denbigh, 768 Preston, 768

Black, 629

Dick, 264
Dickson, 768 Prince, 382

Blackwood, 529 Dickinson, 769
Douglas, 628 Reid, 501

Bogle, 264

Disset, 134
Drummond, 501 Richard, 628 Boswell, 383, 629 Dobie, 768
Duff, 262

Riddell, 263, 501, Bourbon, 263 Donaldson, 133, 642
Duncan, 768 Ritchie, 768 Boyce, 263

Doorley, (aged 126,)
Dundas, 263, 628 629

Boyd, 263, 269

630
Dunn, 133

Roberts, 501 Braithwaite, 769 Douglas, 384, 502,
Dykes, 767
Robertson, 628,629 Brash, 769

769
Eaton, 132

Rutherford, 628 Brechin, 769 Drysdale, 264
Field, 501
Rymer, 262

Bremner, 629 Duff, 133
Forbes, 132
Salmon, 132

Bristow, 502 Dunbar, 502
Fotheringham, 768 Scott, 132, 263 Brodie, 502

Duncan, 263, 768,
Fraser, 501
Sforza, 263

Broughton, 769 ib.
Finlay, 767
Sharpe, 132

Brown, 383, ib.502, Dundas, 264, 383
Gairdner, 382 Shiell, 382

ib. 630

Dunlop, 133
Galbraith, 382 Sidley, 263

Bruce, 382, 629,769 Du Fresne, 383
Glen, 132

Sievwright, 628 Bunyan, 134 Durie, 264
Gorrie, 768
Sims, 132

Burdon, 769 Dymock, 630
Grace, 133
Simpson, 382 Burn, 383

Dykes, 134
Grahame, 601 Sinclair, 263 Burnett, 264 Dysart, 133
Gray, 132
Smith, 501
Butter, 629

Edmonstone, 134
Haldane, 628

Stanley, 132 Callander, 263 Egmont, 384
Hallows, 262

Stewart, 382 Cameron, 263, 383, Elliot, 133
Hardy, 132
Stirling, 629

629

Elphinstone, 134
Hart, 132, 628 Struthers, 628 Campbell, 264, 283, Ewans, 768
Heywood, 501 Tawse, 501

384,602, ib. 629, Ewart, 630, 769
Holmes, 628 Taylor, 767

768, ib. ib. 769 Fairbairn, 768
Inglis, 628, 767 Thomson, 263, 501 Carfrae, 133, 502 Fane, 629
Irvine, 262
Tod, 628
Cargill, 383

Farquharson, 382
Jamieson, 133 Tomb, 628

Carla, 629

Fead, 134
Kennedy, 628 Turing, 382

Carmichael, 769 Ferguson 133
King, 768
Ure, 382

Caruthers, 134 Ferrier, 133, 768
Laing, 501
Vere, 501

Carstairs, 263 Findlay, 264, 768
Lauder, 133 Waldie, 628 Cashel, 768
Lockhart, 628

Fitzgerald, 133
Watson, 132 Cathcart, 263, 384
Lockwood, 382

Fitzwilliam, 769
Wauchope, 628 Chalmers, 383 Fleming, 264
Logan, 382

Welsh, i32
Macallan, 629

Chapman, 382 Fletcher, 263
Wodehouse, 132 Cheyne, 263
M‘Culloch, 628

Floyd, 383
Wood, 132 Christie, 629, 768 Foley, 263

!

Forbes, 769

Jones, 133, 768 Montgomery, 620- Shairp, 768
Forman, 13+
Keats, 384

Morrison, 263, 269 Shanklie, 030
Fraser, 133, ib. 332, Keay, 263

Mortimer, 383 Sibbald, 630, 769
384
Keene, 38+

Moubray, 629 Sicard, 769
Garrick, 383 Kemp, 629

Mudie, 133

Sievwright, 133
Gavin, 502

Ketchen, 134 Murdoch, 134 Silvester, 502
Geddes, 383, 629, Kier, 133

Murray, 133, 768, Simon, 134
768
Kirkpatrick, 502, ib. ib.

Simpson, 134, ib.
Gibson, 629, 630 Knox, 134

Napier, 134, 383 502, 769
Gillies, 264
Knyvett, 264 Nevil, 384

Sinclair, 768
Gillespie, 263, 269 Laidlay, 630 Nicoll, 769

Sivwright, 769
Gilmore, 768 Langlade, 630 Noel, 384

Skeen, 502, 029
Gleig, 134
Lauder, 134

O'Bierne, 7 69 Skeete, 263
Glen, 264

Lauriston, 134 Ogilvie, 769 Skirving, 134, 769
Gordon, 263
Lavie, 384

Oliphant, 263, ib. Small, 382
Gourlay, 502 Lawrie, 383

502

Smith, 133, 383
Græme, 769 Lawson, 383 Orr, 769

Somerset, 384, 502
Grafton, 769 Lee, 133

Orrok, 133

Somerville, 133
Grahame, 263, 383 Legge, 133

Oswald, 629 Spalding, 133
Grant, 629
Leslie, 133
Parry, 502

Spiers, 502
Gray, 263, 383, 630 Lindsay, 133, 629, Paterson, 768, 769 St Albans, 264
Greenlees, 134

630
Patison, 383

Stedman, 630
Gregory, 134 Lisburne, 134 Paton, 768

Stein, 629
Greig, 502
Lister, 382
Patrick, 630

Stevenson, 131, 502
Grewer, 134 Livingstone, 630 Peacock, 630 Stewart, 302, 383,
Grey, 769
Lockhart, 133 Pearson, 263

502, 629, ib. 630
Grieve, 383, 502
Logan, 383

Peebles, 629 Stirling, 383, ib.
Grindlay, 769 Lothian, 629, ib. Perry, 133

Stodart, 502
Gron, 629
Lowis, 264
Piper, 263

Story, 134, 629
Guildford, 134 Ludlow, 629 Pitcairn, 264, 383 Stuart, 133, 134,
Guion, 134
Lumley, 382 Poe, 629

264, 502, 768
Haig, 769

Lumsden, 134 Pomare, 768 Sutherland, 133,629
Hamilton, 133, ib.
Lyle, 502
Purves, 383

769
Harden, 263 Lyon, 630

Ramsay, 769 Swan, 630
Hardyman, 768 Macfarlan, 133, 134, Ranken, 384 Tait, 133, 264, 383,
Hart, 502
ib. 383, 630, 768 Reid, 383, 502

384
Hassel, (aged 111,) M‘Gowan, 502 Richardson, 263, Taylor, 629
134
Macgregor, 263 502

Tennant, 629
Hathorn, 769 M•Intosh, 134, 769 Rich, 768

Thomson, 133, 383,
Hay, 133, 263, ib. M“Kearlie, 383 Richelieu, 769 502, ib. 769, ib.

264, 382, 383, ib. Mackenzie, 768 Richlet, 134 Tod, 263, 382
502, 629, 769 MI'Laren, 383, 502 Rind, 629

Traill, 263
Heard, 630
Maclaurin, 629, 630 Ring, 133

Trotter, 502
Henderson, 134, ib. Maclean, 133, 768 Ringanu, 133 Tucker, 768

502 ib. ib. 630 Macley, 133 Ritchie, 133, 263, Turnbull, 502
Henniker, 133 M'Leod, 264, 259, 383, ib. 629 Tweedie, 263
Herriot, 383

630
Robb, 769

Vogan, 769
Hewetson, ib. M‘Limont, 134 Roberts, 263, ib. ib. Walker, 383, ib.
Hibbert, 630 MacNeill, 629 264, 382, 302, ib. Walkinshaw, 383
Hogg, 383, 502 M.Robin, 769 Robertson, 629, 630 Wardrobe, 502
Holmes, 769 Mactavish, 768 768, 769

Wardrop, 629, 769
Home, 768

M'Whirter, 502 Robinson, 264, 502, Watson, 381, 302
Hope, 502, 629 Maitland, 629, ib. 630

Waugh, 264, 383
Horrocks, 630 Marjoribanks, 263 Robson, 768 Weddell, 134
Horseley, 134 Marr, 629

Romberg, 134 Weniyss, 383, ib.
Houston, 502 Masson, 382 Ross, 502, 768

629
Howth, 630

Maxwell, 134, 263 Rose, 383, 629 White, 134, 263
Hunter, 382
Mein, 263
Roy, 768

W'ilson, 263, ib.
Hutchison, 134, 769 Melville, 630 Russell, 384, 502 502, ib. 630, ib.
Innes, 630

Menzies, 630, 768, 769
Irvine, 502

769

Rutherford, 502 Wishart, 204
Irving, 383
Iercer, 264 Sage, 7689

Wight, 383, 302
Jamieson, 133 Miller, 630, ib. 769 Sandiman, 133 Wren, 264
Jefferson, 134 Milner, 629

Sayles, 629

Wynne, 134
Jeffreys, 502 Mitchell, 629, 630 Scales, 382

Wyville, 502
Jenkins, 383

769

Scott, 133, 134,629, Yorstoun, 629
Jerdan, 768
Moir, 134

Young, 264, 502
Johnston, 264, 629, Moffat, 383 Scrymgeour, 384 Younger, 630

ib.

ib. 768, 769

ib. 769, ib. Moncrciff, 502 Seymour, 133

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