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General His Royal Highness the Prince ty of Devon, and Earl Morley, of More Royal of Wirtemberg.

ley, in the said county, Orlando Baron Foreign, Office, Sept. 5. George Sholto Bradford, Viscount Newport, in the counDouglas, Esq. appointed his Majesty's Se ty of Salop, and Earl Bradford, in the said cretary of Legation at the Court of Berlin ; county,—William Baron Beauchamp, Visand Lion Hervey, Esq. to be his Majesty's count Elmley, in the county of Worcester, Secretary of Legation at the Court of Mu- and Earl Beauchamp. nich.

And likewise to grant the dignity of VisSept. 8. Edward Michael Ward, Esq. ap. count, in Great Britain and Ireland, to Alan pointed his Majesty's Secretary of Legation Hyde Lord Gardner, Vice-Admiral of the at the Court of the Grand Duke of Tus White Squadron of his Majesty's fleet, by cany; and Hamilton, C. Hamilton, Esq. to the name, style, and title of Viscount Gard. be his Majesty's Secretary of Legation at the Court of Wirtemberg.

The dignity of a Baronet of Great BriSept. 25.--Percussion granted for Charles tain and Ireland, granted to Ewen Cameron, Marsh Schomberg, Esq. a Pust Captain in of Fassifern and Callart, in the county of the Royal Navy, to wear the insignia of an Argyll, and of Arthurstone, in the county Honorary Knight Commander of the Royal of Angus, Esq. and the heirs-male of his Portuguese Military Order of the Tower and body lawsully begotten. Sword And likewise the same permission Oct 6. Richard Rochfort, Esq. to be Confor Lieutenant Colonel Charles Downie, of sul at Ostend, and James Sterling, Esq. to the Spanish service, to wear the supernum. be Consul at Genoa. erary Cross of the Royal and distinguished Oct. 10. The Prince Regent appeinted Order of Charles the Third ; also for Lieute. Don Miguel Alava, Lieutenant General in nant James Edgecombe, of the Royal Navy, the armies of his Catholic Majesty, to be an that he may wear the insignia of the Impe. Honorary Knight Coinmander of the Most rial Russian order of St Wladimir, of the Honourable Military Order of the Bath. fourth class, Carlton. House.Sept. 29. This day the

BIRTHS. Prince Regent invested Rear Admiral Sir William Johnston Hope with the ensigns of Sept. 4.-At Cullen House, the Lady of a Knight Commander of the Most Honour. Colonel Grant, M. P. a son. able Military Order of the Bath.

10. At Dunira, Lady Emily Drummond, Whilehall, Sept. 30.-The Prince Regent granted the dignity of Earl and Marquis of 14. At London, the Lady of Sir James the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Macgregor, Director-General of the Army Ireland to the Right Honourable George Medical Board, a daughter. James Earl of Cholmondeley, and the heirs. 16. At Glendovan Manse, Mrs Brown, male of his body lawfully begotten, by the a daughter. names, styles, and titles of Earl of Rock - A woman at the head of Wallacetown, savage, in the county palatine of Chester, wife of one of the workers at the Ayr Col. and Marquis of Cholmondeley ;

liery, of three children, who, with the And also to grant the dignity of Earl mother, are all likely to do well. &c., in Great Britain and Ireland, to the 17. Mrs Napier, Albany Street, a daughfollowing Noblemen and Gentlemen, and ter. their heirs-male, lawfully begotten, by the 18. At Somerville, the Lady of Captain names, styles, and titles, following, vizin Charles James Johnstone, Royal Navy, a James Walter Viscount Grimston), of Ire- daughter. land, and Baron Verulam of Gorbainbury, 19. Mrs Macnight, London Street, a in the county of Hertford, Viscount Grim son. ston and Larl Verulam,--Charles Viscount At Egypt-house, Mrs W. A. Martin, Whitworth, K. G. C. B. his Majesty's Lieutenant-General and General Governor of At Frankville, Mrs Hunter, younger Ireland, Baron Abaston, in the county of of Bonnytoun, a son. Stafl'ord, and Earl Whiteworth, John At Meggernie Castle, Perthshire, the Lord Brownlow ;-Viscount Alford, of Al. Lady of Stuart Menzies, Esq. of Culdares, ford, in the county of Lincoln, and Earl a daughter. Brownlow,- John Craggs Lord Elliot, 21. At Montrose, the wife of the Rere. Earl St Germains, in the county of Corn rend John Dodgson, a son. wall, and in the default of male-issue, to his 22. At Glasgow, Mrs Ambrose Dale, 2 brother William Elliot, Esq. and his heirs. male-John Lord Boringdon,--Viscount 25. At Blackness, Mrs Milo, spouse of Boringdon, of North Malton, in the coune Captain James Miln, a son.

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MARRIAGES.

ceased William Richardson, Esq. merchant July 29. At Quebec, William Scott, Esq. there. younger of Wooll, to Alicia, third daughter 5. At Edinburgh, William Cochrane, of Richard John Uniacke, Esq. of Mount Esq. of Ladyland, to Catherine, eldest Uniacke, Nova Scotia.

daughter of the late Willian Hamilton, Aug. 16. At Kirkcudbright, Mr David Esq. of Craighlaw. Milier, writer, Kirkcudbright, to Miss Lau- - At Calder Manse, John M'Intosh, ra Muter, daughter of the Reverend Dr Esq. Demerary, to Miss Grant. . . Robert Muter, of that place.

- At Sinton-house, Ilenry Black, Esq. 28. At Rotchell, Matthew Gordon, Esq. of Quebec, to Miss Gilmour, of MusselLoch Fergus, to Miss Jane Barry, daughter burgh. of William Barry, Esq.

7. At Hampstead Church, London, Sir 30. At Montrose, J. T. Thomson, Esq. James Douglas, K. C. B. and K. T. S. DeLoch-side, by Edinburgh, to Jean, third puty Quarter-Master-General in North Bridaughter of Mr John Webster, late of Stone tain, to Marianne, youngest daughter of O'Morphie.

William Bullock, Esq. Sept. 2. At Killigray, Alexander M‘Leod, - At Bloxworth, Dorset, the HonouraEsq. surgeon, North Uist, to Mary, eldest ble Captain Noel, Royal Navy, son of Sir daughter of the late Kenneth Campbell, Gerard Noel, Bart. of Exton Park, Rutland, Esq. of Stroud.

and the Right Honourable Baroness Bar. 3. At London, Captain Sir Charles Wil. ham, to Miss Woodley, eldest daughter of liam Chalmers, Bart. of the Royal Navy, to the late William Woodley, Esq. governor Isabella, widow of Thomas Scott, Esq. of of Berbice. Calcutta.

9. At Straloch, the Reverend Patrick 4. At Kinnaird, Mr James M‘Laren, ac. Jolly, Episcopal clergyman, Lochlee, to countant to the Perth Banking Company, Miss Margaret Davidson, Brechin. to Miss Margaret, youngest daughter of the 10. At Brixham, Mr John Johns, to Jake deceased James Stewart, Esq. of South Berry. The united ages of the happy Persie.

couple amounted to one bundred and forty - At Paisley, Mr James Wylie, writer, years; and the age of the lady who officia. to Margaret, daughter of the late Alexander ted as bridemaid was ninety-seven. · Nairne, Esq., Merchant, Paisley.

11. At Banff, Captain Frederick Camp5. At Greenock, the Reverend Robert bell, of the 94th Regiment, to Miss Mar. Balfour Graham, Minister of Stenton, to garet Blane. Mary, youngest daughter of Duncan Mac - At Dunbar, Lieutenant Twyford, of Naught, Esq. Greenock.

the royal marines, to Janet, eldest daughter - At Glasgow, George Henderson, Esq. of the late Thumss Turnbull, Esq. surgeon, to Margaret, second daughter of the de- Dunbar.

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Prices of Stocks.

Prices of Grain per quarter Corn Exchange, Bank 1 3 per cent.

London. 1815. Stock. Omnium. Consols.

1815. Wheat. | Barley. Oats. | Pease. Uct. 2.

179 prem. 574
10 pren. 583

$. s. s. s. l 8. 8. S. 16. 2333 13 prem. 603

| 48 70 | 24 30 21 25 38.4 23. 14 prem. 603

48 68 24 31 21 26 38 H 30.

48 69 24 31 21 25

46 66 24 31 21 25

30. Prices of Oat, Pease, and Barley Mcal, in Edinburgh Market, per peck.

Prices of Grain at Haddington. | Pease and Oatmeal. 1815.

i Barley Meal.' || 1815. T Wheat. Barley.1 Oats. | Pease. | Bolls. | Price. Bolls | Price. Oct. 3. 332 | 15 14 27

Sept.29. 25 32 20 2+ 15 19 14 17 361 | 14 13 25

Oct. 6. 25 32 20 24 16 20 14 IS 17. 339 | 14 13 2011

| 18 21 15 18) 13 16 398 14 13

20. 25 32 17 21 15 19 13 IT 31. / 359 | 14 13 | 31

33 16 20 12 161 13 17

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SCOTS MAGAZINE,

AND Edinburgh Literary Miscellany,

For NOVEMBER 1815:

With a View of NEWARK CASTLE, near PORT-GLASGOW.

CONTENTS:

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POETRY.
Song,The Cap I catcht thy Daddy
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........... 855 Lamentation over the Fallen at Wa.

terloo,.....................................
Verses written on a Visit to Scotland,

by a Native, after twenty-three years
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Page Register of the Weather for November, 802 High Water at Leith for Decemberg.... ib. Description of Newark Castle, .......... 803 Monthly Memoranda in Nat. History, 805 Sketch of the History of Aeronautic

Expeditions in Scotland, with Observations on the recent Ascension of

Mr Sadler,............................... 807 General View of the late Musical Fes.

tival in Edinburgh,..................... 812 Memoirs of the Progress of Manufac.

tures, Chemistry, Science, and the

fine Arts, ................................ 815 Account of the neat Revenue collected

in England and Scotland, severally, during each of the fourteen years, ending the 5th January 1815, (con cluded),.....................................

............ 817 On the Process of Wine-making, (con

cluded),.................................. 820 Report of a Committee appointed to

establish a Dundee Lunatic Asylum, 826 On the love of our Country,............ 828 Proceedings in the Trial of John La.

mont, a Catholic Priest, for the un

lawful celebration of Marriage,...... 830 Scots Appeals decided by the House of

Lords during last Session of Parlia. ment,

..................... 834 Description of the State of C'aubul, Af

ghaunistaun, and other Countries between Persia and India : by the Hon. Mountstuart Elphinstone,.............. 839

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.
East Indies._Success of the British Ar-

my in Napaul, and Termination of

the War,................................ America. Intelligence from the United States.............

............ 859 -Accounts of some dreadful Gales on

the Coasts and Ports of America,.... 861 Spanish America.--Intelligence from

Bucnos Ayres and Mexico............. 863 France.-Present State of the Country, 861

Proceedings of the Legislature,...... 865 -Trial of Marshal Ney,................. 866 Italy.--Arrest and Execution of Murat, the late King..............

..... 867 Domestic Intelligence. Ireland,......., 868

SCOTTISH REVIEW.
C'lan- Albin: a National Tale,............. 819

SCOTTISH CHRONICLE. Miscellaneous articles of Intelligence,.. 869 Gazette Appointments,................... 871

.. 872 Marriages, ................................. 873 Deaths,...................................... 874 Stecks and Markets, ......

STATE

Births, ............

New Works publishelin Edinlurgh,.. 85%

STATE OF THE BAROMETER, &c. From Oct. 26th to Nov. 25th 1815, in

the vicinity of Edinburgh.

High Water at Leith for

December 1815.
Days. Mora.

Etxn. H. M. H. M. Fr. 1 2 16 2 55 Sa. 2 2 53 3 14 Su. 3 3 31 S 50 M.

9 Tu. 4 48 W. 6 5 27 5 48 Tb. 7 6 12 6 96 Fr. 8 7 1 Sa. 9 8 0 8 $3 Su. 10 9 5 9 57 M. 11 10 9 10 $9 Tu. 12 il 711 33 W. 1311 58 12 92 Th. 14 | 12 47 Fr. 15 1 10 1 38 Sa. 16 1 56 2 19 Su, 17 2 42 M. 18 3 28 S 51 Tu. 19 4

4 $7 W. 20 5 4 5 28 Th. 21 5 59 6 90 Fr. 22 6 48 7 16 Sa. 23 7 48 $ 19 Su. 24 8 50 994 M. 25 9

59 10 49 Tu. 26 | 11

611 56 W. 27 12 Th. 28 12 57 Fr. 29 1 19 1 41 Sa. 30 2 2 Su. 31 2

2 59

52

Barom. Thermom. Rain. Weather 1815.

M. N. J. P. Oct. 26 | 29.61 48 54

Clear 27 | 29.9 40 52 28 30.31 45 48 29 | 30.5 42 50 30 | 30.42

37

51 31 30.3

39 50 Nov. 1 30.15 42 52

2 30.45 37 50
3 30.45 32 50
4 30.35 45 52
5 30.25 42

0.02 Showers 6 | 30. 40 52

Clear
7 30.2 34 51
8 30. 43 51 0.06 Rain
9 29.72 54 57

Clear 10 30. 45 56 0.04 Shower 11 30.04 42 52

0.05 Rain 12 29.8

50 0.05 13 28.91 46 50 0.61 14 29.32 36

50

Clear 15 29.5 23 40 16 29.65 30 40

0.02

45

512 $?

41

MOON's PHASES For DECEMBER 1815 Apparent time at Edinbasgh.

H. N. First Quart. 8. 929 ever. Full Moon, 16. 031 noon. Last Quart. 23! 6 55 mora. New Moon, 30. 941 after

0.45 Snow
17 29.9 26
18 30. 29 33
19 30.25 25

38
20 30.1 35 38 0.04 Sleet
21 30.1 30 40

Clear
22 30.1 25 40
23 30.35 29 43
24 30.5 2840
25 | 30.65 | 27 39

41 - Clear

111

Quantity of Rain..............1.32

December 10. Salmon fishing in Forth and Tay begins,

22. Shortest day.
25. Christmas day.

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