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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th of July and the 20th of August, 1821, extracted from the London Gazette.
Adcock, D. Melton Mowbray, druggist.
Arnold, G. Manchester, fustian manufacturer.
Atkinson, P. Rathbone Place, Oxford St. haber dasher.
Baggeley, R. & Co. Stoke-upon-Trent, Stafford, china-manufacturers.
Banks, W. Clapham, York, woollen-draper,
Burnett, H. Dodd's Place, Bethnal Green, oilman. Clark, H. late of Buckden, Huntingdon, grocer, &c.
Clay, T. Worksop, grocer.
Cloutman, J. Shoreditch, carpenter.
Danby, M. Lucas Street, Commercial Road, master mariner.
Davies, W. Runcorn, flour-dealer.
Drake, J. Lewisham, master mariner.
Garton, S. Wood Street, Cheapside, silk-manufac
Gilbert, J. Maidstone, rope-maker.
Gartrix, S. & Co. Manchester, calico-printers.
Heague. J. Chalford, Gloucester, linen-draper.
Horton, W. Yardley, Worcester, timber-merchant,
Hoyle, J. Beech Street, button-seller. Huybens, C. W. Castle Street, Leicester Square, picture-dealer.
Jagger, J. East Stonehouse, Devon, stone-mason.
Kirk, W. Sutton, York, jobber.
Langstaff, W. Liverpool, merchant.
Lawrence, J. Pimlico, wine-merchant.
Lawrence, G. Stratford, Essex, silk-manufacturer.
Lynch, J. Liverpool, merchant.
Monk, A. F. Tollesbury, Essex, dealer in cattle.
Nutman, J. late of West Drayton, Middlesex, vintner.
Pickles, J. Keighley, corn-dealer.
Ponay, G. S. Little Yarmouth, brick-maker.
Sandback, J. Bird's Buildings, Islington, slater.
Smith, H. Blackburn, cotton-manufacturer. Smith, J. St John's in Bedwardine, Worcester, hop-merchant.
Smith, H. W. Bird's Buildings, Islington, teadealer.
Snowdown, J. B, Lynn, linendraper.
Stabb, T. & Co. Torquay, Devon, & Prowse, J. S. Botolph Lane, merchants.
Staniforth, W. Little East Cheap, wine-merchant. Stanton, J. Worcester, timber-merchant. Treadway, T. Sloane Square, china-man.
Vice, J. Valentine Row, Blackfriars Road, Surrey, oilman.
Warwick, R. Warwick-Hall, Cumberland, banker.
Wells, D. Friskney, Lincoln, merchant.
White, J. Tarporley, Chester, innkeeper.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and
31st August, 1821, extracted
Bell, James, merchant and carrier, Glasgow.
Henderson, William, lately carrying on business as a flax-spinner at Mairsfield, near Dundee. Lawrie and Co. hat-manufacturers, Portobello. Macgillivray, Donald, drover and cattle-dealer, residing at Balnacarnish of Aberchalder, county of Inverness.
Macgregor, John, merchant and spirit-dealer, Glasgow.
Moffat, Robert, cattle-dealer and builder at Milton, near Glasgow.
Railton, Atkinson, commercial-agent and spirit-
from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Thomson, Andrew, ship-owner, West Wemyss. Turnbull, Michael, hosier at Appletree-Hall, near Hawick.
Williamson, Elizabeth, merchant and fish-curer at Letheron Wheel, county of Caithness.
Ferrier, Alexander, merchant, Kirkcaldy; a dividend 27th September.
Fraser, James, draper in Inverness; a dividend 14th September.
Perth Foundry Company; a dividend of 18s. per pound after 15th August.
Smith, Thomas, mason and builder in Glasgow; a dividend 19th September.
Sutherland, Thomas, merchant, Edinburgh; a dividend after 10th September.
Walker and Parkin, late coach-makers in Perth a dividend 17th September.
Wilson, Anthony, merchant and ship-owner, Aberdeen; a dividend 25th September.
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill.
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.
Serj. Maj. Sunderland, Adjt. with rank of Ensign, vice Monins, res. Adj. only do. Brev. Maj. Gually, Maj. by purch. vice Lt. Col. Burdett, ret. do. Lt. Col. John, fm. h. p. 18 F. Lt. Col.
Aug. 9 Bt. Maj. Greene, Maj. vice Fane, Insp. Field Off. of Mil. in Ion. Isl. do. Ensign Morritt, fm. 78 F. Ensign, vice July 12 Lt. Col. Battersby, fm. h. p. Glengary Fenc. Lt. Col. do. Mackay, fm. h. p. 3 Ceyl. Reg.
Lt. Farmer, fm. h. p. 76 F. Lieut. (pay diff.) vice Trimmer, 28 F.
Lt. Col. Neynoe, fm. h. p. 27 F. Lieut. Col. vice Stovin, 92 F.
1 W. I. R.
2 Ceyl. R.
do. Lieut. Drummond, fm. 10 Dr. Capt. by purch. vice Nickson, ret.
Col. Yates, fm. 49 F. with Lt. Col. Brereton, h. p. R. York Ra.
Lt. Col. Hon. Sir C. Gordon, fm. 81 F. with Maj Sutherland, 93 F.
Maj. Spedding, fm. 4 Dr. with Capt. Havelock, 32 F.
Long, fm. R. Staff Corps, with Bt. Lt. Col. Sir J. R. Colleton, h. p. Lieut. Carroll, fm. 3 Dr. Gds. with Lieut. Wilmot, 4 Dr.
Townshend, fm. 4 Dr. with Lieut. Parlby,
Christie, fm. 21 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Bridgeman, h. p. Gren. Gds.
A. Cameron, fm. 89 F. with Lieut. Ware, h. p. 3 W. I. R.
Cornet & Sub-Lt. Still, fm. 1 Life Gds. rec. diff. between full pay of Infant. and full pay of Life Gds. with Lt. Newburgh, h. p. 60 F. Paym. Clarke, fm. 84 F. with Capt. Prendergast, h. p.
Assist. Surg. Gardiner, fm. 4 Dr. with Assist. Surg. Menzies, h. p. 21 Dr.
Sup. Assist. Surg. Sinclair, with Assist. Surg. Mouat, h. p. 21 Dr.
Resignations and Retirements.
Gen. Cowell, fm. Coldst. Gds.
Lt. Col. Evans, 41 F.
Sir C. W. Burdett, Bt. 56 F.
Maj. Walton, 4 Dr.
Cockburn, 84 F.
Capt. Baird, 3 F. Gds.
Wade, 29 F.
Ensign Broderip, 64 F.
Lieut. Caldwell, 21 F.
Paym -Master Ottley, 82 F. Cushiered.
Hunter, Capt. vice M'Bean, dead Hospital Assistant Andrew Gibson.
Bt. Lt. Col. Hon. G. L. Dawson, h. p. 69 F. Insp.
Dug. Campbell, h. p. 4 F. Ayr, July 3 Capt. Lutman, late 4 Vet. Bat. London, Jan. 29 Wood, h. p. 22 Dr. Birmingham, May 31 Lt. J. Campbell, 48 F. Sydney, New South Wales, Feb. 3.
Lachoe, 60 F.
Coghlin, h. p. 36 F. London,
Sutherland, h. p. 47 F. (drowned,)
Maj. Gen. Sir J. Lygon, K. C. B. Lieut. Gov. of
Kent, h. p. 60 F. Limerick,
Feb. 2 May 18
Ens. Taylor, 56 F.
Mills, h. p. 83 F.
Col. Sir J. Colborne, K. C. B. Lt. Gov. of Guernsey, vice Maj. Gen. Bayley
Blair, h. p. Glengary Fenc. Perth, Upper Ca
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Mrs Ballingall, Newton, Auchtermuchty, of
11. Mrs Tod, Borrowstouness, of a son. 12. In Castle Street, the lady of Warren Hastings Anderson, Esq. of a son.
13. In Brunswick Square, London, Mrs D. Maclean, of a son.
-At Roehampton, the Viscountess Duncannon, of a son.
15. Mrs Blackwell, York Place, of a daughter. - At Hendersyde Park, the lady of Captain George Edward Watts, R. N. of a son.
17. At Lamington-house, the lady of Peter Rose, Esq. of a daughter.
18. At Walton Park, Mrs Major Campbell, of a daughter.
At Duddingston, Mrs Hamilton Dundas, of
In Bristo Street, Mrs Kyles, of twin daughters, who, with the mother, are doing well.
20. At 47, Queen Street, Mrs Hunter, of a daughter.
In Upper Grosvenor Street, London, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Guy Campbell, Bart. of a daughter.
Mrs Mitchell, of Garnethill, of a son. -At Newton, Inverness-shire, the lady of Major L. Stewart, 24th regiment, of a son.
22. Mrs Payne, 21, Broughton Place, of a daughter.
24. In Hope Street, the Honourable Mrs Peter Ramsay, of a son.
At Park-house, Mrs Gordon, of a daughter. At Clapham Road Place, the lady of Norman Macleod, Esq. of the Honourable Company's Service, Bengal, of a son.
26. Mrs Bridges, 41, Northumberland Street, of
July 27. At Dunnichen, the Earl of Kintore, to Louisa, youngest daughter of Francis Hawkins, Esq. senior Judge of Circuit and Appeal, at Bareilly, in the honourable the East India Company's service.
Aug. 2. At Edinburgh, Captain Spear, R. N. to Mrs Grace, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Patrick Grant of Cromdale, Strathspey.
4. At Milton, the seat of Sir David Hunter Blair, Bart. the Right Hon. the Viscount Kel
burne, to Miss Hay Mackenzie, the youngest daughter of the late Edward Hay Mackenzie, of Newhall and Cromarty, Esq.
6. At Cornhill, near Perth, George Bell, Esq. merchant, Leith, to Ann, third daughter of Laur. Robertson, Esq. banker, Perth.
8. At St George's Church, Hanover Square, London, Sir Francis Sykes, Bart, of Basildon Park, Bucks, to Henrietta, eldest daughter of Henry Villebois, of Gloucester Place, Portman Square.
-At Hampstead Church, Dr Lushington, the counsel of her late Majesty, to Miss Carr, daughter of Thos. W. Carr, Esq. Solicitor to the Excise.
-At 24, Greenside Place, Mr David Thom, Stockbridge, to Alison, the youngest daughter of Mr Kirkwood, sen. engraver, Edinburgh.
9. At Mary-la-bonne Church, London, William Stuart, Esq. M. P. eldest son of the Lord Primate of Ireland, to Henrietta, eldest daughter of Admiral Sir C. Pole, Bart.
-At Mellerstain, Evan Baillie, Esq. jun. of Dochfour, to Miss Charlotte Augusta Baillie Hamilton, second daughter of the late Rev. Archdeacon Charles Baillie Hamilton, and the Right Hon. Lady Charlotte Baillie Hamilton.
10. At London, Lieutenant-Colonel Charlewood, of the Grenadier Guards, to Agnes Margaretta, Lady Campbell, widow of Lieut.-General Sir James Campbell, Bart. of Inverniel, Argyllshire,
13. At Canaan Grove, Captain Archibald Fullarton, late of the 38th regiment of foot, to Janet, youngest daughter of Mr John Robertson.
At West Bank, Lanarkshire, Samuel Lindsay, Esq. of the High School, Edinburgh, to Susan, fifth daughter of the late Mr Alexander Lockhart, of West Bank.
14. At Rothmaise, Aberdeenshire, C. Bannerman, Esq. of Kirkhill, to Anne, third daughter of the late Charles Bannerman, Esq.
15. At Niddrie, the Rev. David Wauchope, second son of the late John Wauchope of Edmon stone, Esq. to Anne, fourth daughter of Andrew Wauchope of Niddry Marischal, Esq.
16. At St Margaret's, the seat of the Earl of Cassilis, in Middlesex, Captain Baird, of the 3d regiment of guards, eldest son of Robert Baird, Esq. of Newbyth, and nephew of General Sir David Baird, Bart. to Lady Anne Kennedy, eldest daughter of the Earl and Countess of Cassilis.
At Edinburgh, James Auchinleck Cheyne, Esq. of Oxendean, W. S. to Margaret Blair, second daughter of Andrew M'Kean, Esq. York Place.
At Montpelier, Forfarshire, Alexander Robertson, Esq. writer to the signet, to Miss Katharine Alison, daughter of John Alison, Esq. of Wellbank.
-At Tunbridge, the Baron Stanislaus Chaudoir, of the empire of Russia, to Lucy, third daughter of Sir Alexander Crichton, M.D.F.R.S. first physician to the Emperor and Dowager Empress of Russia.
17. At Selkirk, Mr James Ballantyne, Whitehope, to Miss Anne, second daughter of Andrew Henderson of Midgehope.
20. William Arrot, Esq. of Manchester, to Isabella Joanna, daughter of the Rev. Dr Gardiner, Edinburgh.
James Stanislaus Bell, Esq. sugar-refiner in Glasgow, to Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of William Roberton, Esq. Friars, near Kelso.
-At Dundee, William H. Kerr, Esq. accountant in Edinburgh, to Anne, daughter of Mr Thomas Ivory, Dundee.
20. At St Ann's Church, Soho, London, P. J. Macdonald, Esq. apothecary to his Majesty's forces, to Eliza, the youngest daughter of William Overton, Esq. of Mile End.
21. At Brown Square, Arthur Robertson, Esq. distiller, Ormiston, to Mary, the only daughter of James M Robin, Esq. solicitor.
23. At Glasgow, James Peddie, jun. Esq. W. S. to Margaret, daughter of the Rev. Dr Dick, Glasgow.
27. At Conway, North Wales, Sir David Erskine, of Cambo, Bart. grandson of the Earl of Kellie, to Jane Silence, only daughter of the late Hugh Williams, Esq. of Conway.
-At Seton-house, Dr John Fletcher, of Park Street, Edinburgh, to Miss Agnes Seton, second daughter of James Seton, Esq.
-At Irvine, Robert Rankine, jun. Esq. writer, Irvine, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Dunlop, merchant there.
28. At Leith, Mr John Hill, merchant, Edinburgh, to Margaret, daughter of the late Mr Wm. Loudon, farmer, Kersehall, near Kirkliston.
30. At Portobello, James Lamont, Esq. to HeTen Currie, daughter of Alexander Lang, Esq. Gayfield Square, Edinburgh.
Lately, At Dysart, Mr Robert McDougal Familton, surgeon, Kirkcaldy, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Lieutenant James Black, R.N.
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. 5. At Madras, Miss B. Hunter, daughter of the late Mr James Hunter, merchant, Edinburgh.
17. At Trichinopoly, William Campbell Scot, Esq. of the honourable East India Company's service, second son of the late William Scot, Esq. of Trinity Mains.
Feb. 19. At Huacho, in Peru, the infant daughter of Lord and Lady Cochrane.
ne 14. Mr George Hadaway, of the island of St Vincent's, second son of the late Patrick Hadaway, Esq.
July 4. At Baltimore, America, Mr James Neilson, son of the late Mr Gilbert Neilson, merchant, Edinburgh.
12. After a painful illness, Mr Fergus Hawthorn, for upwards of 50 years parochial schoolmaster of Colmonell.
21. Aged 80, Mr Alexander Thom, manufacturer. He was not only the first who introduced the art of spinning flax, by machinery, into Scotland, (having acquired the knowledge of it from the original patentees at Darlington), but erected the first Scotch spinning-mill on the water of Ber
24. At Rutherglen, Lieut.-General John Spens, of Stonelaw.
25. Suddenly, at Hawthorn Brae, West Duddingston, Mrs Anne Reid, wife of Mr James Scott, merchant in Leith.
- At Cheltenham, the Countess Dowager of Jersey.
26. At Edinburgh, Andrew Macwhinnie, Esq. 28. At Edinburgh, Mrs Craik of Arbigland. -At 83, Candlemaker Row, Mr George Sanderson, tobacconist.
29. At Dalkeith, Alexander, youngest son of Mr Alexander Wilson, merchant there.
-At Berwick-upon-Tweed. Mrs Ogle of Gainslaw, widow of Robert Ogle, Esq. of Eglingham, aged 62.
30. At Edinburgh, Mrs Catherine Grindlay, relict of Mr William Burnside of Flask.
31. The Rev. Andrew Lawrence, brother of Sir Thos. Lawrence, President to the Royal Academy, Chaplain to the Royal Hospital at Hasler, and Vicar of Long Parish, Hants.
Aug. 1. At his house in Charles Street, Berkeley Square, London, the Right Hon. Lord Suffield. His Lordship dying without issue, is succeeded in his titles and estates by his brother, the Honourable Edward Harbord.
-At the Boarding-house, Kensington, Mrs Inchbald, the celebrated novelist and dramatist. Mrs Inchbald married in 1775; in the following year she was on the Manchester stage, where she divided the public attention with Mrs Siddons, who was performing there at the same time. Her age was about 65. She had composed Memoirs of her Life, with anecdotes of her contemporaries but these have since been destroyed, in compliance with her own positive commands.
At her mother's house, Edinburgh, Miss Jane Shirreff, daughter of the late Mr John Shirreff, Captainhead, East Lothian.
2. At Castletown-house, county of Kildare, aged 77, Lady Louisa Conolly, sister of the late Duke of Richmond, and relict of the late Right Hon. Thomas Conolly.
3. At Edinburgh, Matthew Sandilands, Esq. of Couston, writer to the signet.
4. Ann Eliza, youngest daughter of Major W. H. Rainey, aged two years and eight months.
At 24, London Street, Agnes Primrose, wife of Mr Peter Macdowall, accountant.
At her house, Hanover Street, Mrs Janet Christie, widow of the late John Weir, Esq. writer in Edinburgh.
-At her house, Castle Street, Mrs Helen Nicolson, relict of Mr John Moses, spirit-merchant in Edinburgh, aged 71.
-At Glenogle, near Lochearn-head, Mr Samuel Lindsay, aged 82.
At Gilmerton, Miss Jean Helen Waldie, aged 15, only daughter of Lieutenant Waldie, late 18th hussars.
At his residence, Leeds Castle, in the county of Kent, General Philip Martin, in his 89th year. 6. At Edinburgh, Mr William Manson, account
-At Edinburgh, Hugh Bethune, Esq. of Queenslie, late merchant in London.
At Petersham, the Hon. Clementina Elphinstone, daughter of John, the eleventh Lord Elphinstone.
At Newliston-house, Mrs Hog of Newliston. At Laurencekirk, Mr Charles Stiven, snuffbox maker, aged 68. Mr Stiven was joiner to the late Sir James Nicolson of Glenbervie, for several years prior to the year 1780, when he made the first box, and presented it to Mr William Bailie of Montrose, at that time factor on the estate of Glenbervie. He continued in his original avocation of joiner, occasionally making boxes, till the year 1790, when the late Lord Gardenstone, the founder of the village of Laurencekirk, brought him to that place, and introduced him to public notice. The high degree of eminence which Mr Stiven had attained by the manufacture of these boxes, of which he was the inventor, is well known to those who contemplate with interest the progress of persevering ingenuity. Frequent imitations have been attempted of these boxes, but though some of them have been exceedingly well executed, yet they have always fallen far short of the neatness of polish, and excellent accuracy of execution by which the boxes manufactured by Mr Stiven were so eminently distinguished.
7. At Brandenburgh-house, Hammersmith, at 25 minutes past ten in the evening, her Majesty the Queen, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth. Her Majesty was second daughter, and fifth child of Chas. Wm. Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick, by her Royal Highness Augusta, eldest sister to his late most gracious Majesty, George III.;-was born 17th May, 1768, and on 5th April, 1795, married to his present Majesty, George IV. by whom she had one daughter, the late Princess Charlotte, of Saxe Coburg. Her Majesty's age was 53 years, two months, and 21 days.