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Earl Grosvenor eshire (N) Mr W. Egerton
Mr E. J. Stanley
Mr Wilbraham eltenham Captain F. Berkeley ester
Lord R. Grosvenor
Mr Jarvis aichester Lord A. Lennox
Mr J. A. Smith ippenham Mr Neeld
Mr H. F. Talbot ristchurch Mr G. W. Tapps rencester Mr Cripps
Lord Apsley litheroe
Mr Fort olchester
Mr W. Harvey ockermouth
Sir W. Molesworth
Sir C. Lemon.
Mr H. L. Bulver ricklade
Mr E. Stanley
(East) Mr Blamire
Sir W. W. Wynne
(South) Lord Waterpark
Sir E. Codrington
Mr A. Cooper
Mr W. Bankes
Mr W. Ponsonby
Sir J. R. Reid
Sir J. Campbell
Sir H. Williamson
Sir T. Lennard
Sir J. T. Tyrell
Mr Baring (doub)
Sir C. Cockerell
Şir E. Kerrison
Mr R. Grant
Sir S. Glynne
Hon. E. Mostyo.
Mr L. W. Dillwya
R. AR Places.
Names. 1 Gloucestershire (E) Mr H. Moreton 1 : Gloucester (w.) Hon. G. Berkeley 1
Hon. A. Moreton 1 Grantham
Mr Wood 1
(North) Mr Scott Hampshire Lord Palmerston i (South) Sir G. Staunton Harwich
Mr Warre Haverford Sir R. B. Phillips Helstone
Mr Fox 1 Hereford
Lord Mahon Hertfordshire Sir J. Sebright 1
Mr K. Hoskins
Nr E. T. Foley 1Honiton
Mr Hott 1 Huntingdon Colonel Peel
Mr Pollack Huntingdon, C. Lord Mandeville
Mr J. B. Rooper Hythe
Mr Marjoribanks Ipswich
Mr J. Brougham
Sir E. Knatchbull Kent (West)
Mr Hodges 1 Kidderminster Mr Godson 1
Mr Rider 1 King's Lyon Lord G. Bentinck
Lord W. Lennox Knaresborough Mr Richards
Mr Rotch 1 Lambeth
Mr Tennyson 1
Mr Hawes 1 Lancaster
Mr G. Wood
Mr W. Patten
Mr Marshall 1
Mr Macaulay 1 Leicester (N.) Lord R. Manners
Mr C. M Phillips Leicester (S.)
Mr E. Dawson
Mr H. Halford 1 Leicester
Mr W. Ellice i Leominster Lord Hotham
Mr Bish il Lewes
Mr J. R. Kemp
Sir C. R. Blount Lincolnshire Mr H. Handley
Kesteven Mr T. Heathcote Lincoln
Mr E. L. Bulwer Lichfield
Sir G. Anson
Sir E. Scott 1 Liskeard
Mr C. Buller 1
1 1 1
Names. Lincolo (Lindsay) Mr C. A. Pelham
Sir W. Ingilby Liverpool Mr Ewart
Mr E. Romilly
Viscount Clive Lyme
Mr W. Pinney Lymington Sir C. Neale
Mr Stewart Macclesfield
Mr Brocklehurst Maidstone
Mr Barnett Maldon
Mr Q. Dick Malmesbury
Lord Andover Malton
Mr Wentworth Manchester
Mr P. Thomson (double) Marlborough Lord E. Bruce
Mr Baring Marlow
Mr J. P. Williams
Colonel Clayton Marylebone Mr B. Portman
Sir W. Horde Merioneth Sir R. W. Vaughan Merthyr
Mr J. J. Guest Midhurst
Mr F. Spencer Middlesex
Mr D. Pugh Montgomery C. Mr. C. W. Wynne Morpeth
Mr Howard Newark
Mr Handley Newcastle U.L. Sir H. Willoughby
Mr Miller Newcastle U.T. Sir M. W. Ridley
Mr Hodson Newport I.W. Mr Hawkins
Mr Ord Norfolk (E.) Mr Wyndham
Mr Keppel Norfolk (W.) Sir J. Astley
Sir W. Folkes Northallerton Mr Boss Northampton (N) Lord Milton
Lord Brudenell Northampton Lord Althorp
(South) Mr Cartwright Northampton B Mr V. Smith Norwich
(South) Mr Beaumont Northumberland Viscount Howick
(North) Lord Ossulston Nottingham Earl of Lincoln
(South) Mr J. E. Denison Nottinghamshire Lord Lumley
(North) Mr Houldsworth Nottingham General Ferguson
Lord Duncannon Oldham
Mr John Fielden
Mr Cobbett Oxfordshire Mr G. V. Harcourt
Mr Weyland Oxford
Mr Stopor Oxford U.
Sir H. Inglis Pembroke
Mr Owen Pembroke
Sir J. Owen
Scarborough i Shrewsbury 1
Names. Sunderland Colonel Chayter
Mr Barrington Surry (East) Mr Briscoe
Maj. Beauclerk Surry (West) Mr Denison
Mr Leech Sussex (E)
Hon. E, C. Cavendish
Earl of Surrey
Mr J. H. Vivian Taunton
Mr H. Labouchere
Mr. E. T. Bainbridge Tamworth Lord C. V. Townsend
Sir R. Peel Tavistock
Lord W. Russell Tewkesbury
Mr H. Tracy
Mr Martin Thetford
Lord T. Fitzroy
Mr F. Barring Thirsk
Sir R. Frankland Tiverton
Lord Kennedy Totness
Mr Cornish Tower Hamlets
Mr Clay Truro
Sir H. Vivian
Mr Tooke Tynemouth Mr G. F. Young Wakefield
Sir G. Philips
Sir C. Greville
Sir E. Wilmot
Mr S. Dugdale
Sir R. F. Lopez
Sir J. Hobhouse
Sir F. Johnstone
Mr R. Simeon
Mr J. Benett
Honourable S. Herbert
Sir J D. Astley
Sir J. Pechell
Mr W. Whitmore
Mr R. Fryer
Honourable T. H. Foley
(East) Mr Russell Worcester
Sir G. Rumbold
P. B. Thomson
R. A.R Places.
R. A.R 1 York (N)
Hon. W. Duncombe 1
Mr Cayley 1
Lord Norpeth 1
Mr Strickland 1
M. Ministerialist. R. Repealer. C. Conservative.
Mr L. Dobbya 1 Armagh County Lord Acheson
M Colonel H. Vernon 1 Athlone
Hon. Captain Bernard
R 1 Cavan
Mr J. Young
Mr D. Ronayne 1 Coleraine
Sir J. Beresford
R Derry City
Sir R. Ferguson 1 Derry County Sir R. Bateson
Mr T. Jones 1 Donegal County Sir E. Hayes
Colonel Conolly 1 Down County
Lord A. Hill
MrJ. W. Maxwell 1 Drogheda
Mr D. O'Connell
M м i Dublin University Mr Show 1 Mr Lefroy
Hon. A. Cole
R 1 Mr Mullins
R 1 Kildare County Mr E. Ruthven
R Limerick County Mr Fitzgibbon
M Mr O'Grady
M Meath County
Mr Mn. O'Connell
Mr H. Grattan
Mr C. Blaney
Mr J. H. Talbot
The King has been pleased to present the Rer. Lieutenant-Colonel Perceval
с Mr E. Conper
James Logan to the church and parish of Swinton, in the Tipperary Hon. C. O Callaghan
M Presbytery of Chirnside and county of Berwick, Tacant Mr Sheil
R by the transportation of the Rev. "John Huater ta tus Tralee Mr M. O'Connell
RTron Kirk of Edinburgh. Trinity College Mr Lefroy
The most Noble the Marquis of Queensberry has le Mr Shaw
pleased to present the Rev. Robert Gillies, A. M. Tyrone Hon. H. Corry
sently assistant at Brechin, to the church and paria.. Sir H. Stewart, Bart.
Carlaverock, vacant by the death of the Rer. 1
James Macdonald, Esq. Adrocate, has been appoint
M Sheriff-substitute of the county of Linlithgow.
R The United Associate Congregation in Edenstor
Mbave given an unanimous call to Mr. Charles Man
N preacher of the gospel, to be their minister.
On Thursday the 13th instant, Mr. Alexander T. Mr Lambert
ner, preacher of the gospel, Falkirk, was elected Wicklow County Mr J. Grattan
M nister of the Chapel of Ease, Gartmore.
We understand that Grabam Speirs, Esq. adroca:
has been appointed third Adrocate-Depute in room of U.
P. Brown, Esq. deceased ; and that George Napier, Esz The Scotch Members we have marked with a C designating
advocate, has been appointed fourth Advocate-Depute the Conservatives, and an L the Liberals.
The King has been pleased to appoint Colonel SE Aberdeen-Mr Bannerman
J. Miurray Macgregor, Bart., to be Governor asd ('cm Aberdeenshire- Captain Gordon
mander-in-chief of the Islands of Antigua, Moaleta, Argyllshire-Mr J. H. Callander
and Barbuda, St. Cristopher, Neris, Anguilla an lae Ayr-Mr Kennedy
Ľ Virgin Islands, and Dominica.- London Gazette Ayrshire-Mr Oswald
L The Gazette of Friday contains the appoin dient Banffshire-Captain Ferguson of Pitfour
C Mr. Stewart Mackenzie to the seat at the Board of (. Berwickshire-Mr C. Marjoribanks
I trol, vacated by Mr. Macaulay's acceptance of the Seite Buteshire-Captain Stuart
C taryship. Caithness (County)-Mr Sinclair
Colonel Grant, of Grant, M.P. has appointed the R. Clackmannan and Kinross-shires--Admiral Adam I verend Ludovic William Grant, A.M. to the church asi Dumbartonshire-Mr Colquhoun of Killermont
L Dumfries Burghs-General Sharpe
parish of Ordiquhill, Presbytery of Fordyce, vacant lg
L Dumfrieshire-Mr Hope Johnstone
the translation of the Reverend J Innes to Fordycs.
L Elgin burghs--Colonel Leith Hay.
L On the 10th November, at Boston, United States of Adein, Elgio and Nairn (United Counties)-W. F. Grant C in his 56th year, Dr SPORZHEIM. On the 17*b of Sr." Fifeshire-Captain Wemyss
Ll he commenced a course of Lectures on Phrepology at Bontee; Forfarsbire-Hon. D. G. Haliburton
L and soon after, 'another course at Harvard Vo versity, Ca. Glasgow-Mr James Ewing and Mr Oswald
L bridge, (U. 6.) These lectures occupied six evenings in the Greenock-Mr Wallace
L week. He delivered, besides, a course of five lecturer le Haddington Burghs-Mr Stewart of Alderston
L the medical faculty, on the Anatomy of the Bruin, in the dy. Haddingtonshire--Mr Balfour
C time. The subject having met with the mast favourable pene Inverness Burghs_Colonel Baillie
Ction, he laboured with great earnestoess to elucidate its pre Inverness-shire-Mr Charles Grant.
Lples. His tiine was much engaged, and the changeable bates Kilmarnock-Captain Dunlop
C of the climate bad an unfavourable influence on his coositatiss Kincardineshire---General Arbuthnott
C Regarding his illness as of less consequence than the delivery. Kirkaldy-Mr Robert Ferguson
L his lectures, he exerted himself for several days. Cold pre Kirkcudbright-Mr R. C. Ferguson
Led fever, and this imprudence seemed to settle the fever in Lanarkshire-Mr Maxwell
L system. He was confined to his room abont bitzea days, s* Leith Burghs-Mr J. A. Murray
I was averse to all active medical treatment from the begin Linlithgow (Burghs)-Mr Gillon
L and resorted to simple drinks and frequent injectinas. To Linlithgowshire-Sir Alexander Hope
cthree physicians were with him constantly both day and ** Mid-Lothian County-Sir John Dalrymple
L His body has been examined by the medical faculty asi es Montrose Burghs--Mr Ross
L balmed. Casts of his head and brain have been takes, N Northern do_Mr Loch
L heart and lungs are also preserved. The audience at Dr S Paisley-Sir John Maxwell
L zheim's lectures in Boston exceeded 300. A Canaiter les Peebleshire-Sir John Hay
C been formed to superintend the arrangements for a pebès imPertb-Mr Oliphant
Leral. His body was to be deposited in one of the ranks Perthshire-Lord Ormelie
L the beautiful cemetery at Mount Auburn, in a leadea ce Renfrewshire-Sir Michael Shaw Stewart
L and if his friends do not wish to remove it, a montes" Ross-shire-J. A. Stewart Mackenzie of Seaforth L his memory will be erected in the same place. De Sparer Roxburghshire-Captain Elliot
L was born near Treves, in 1776. His whole life has bens Selkirkshire-Mr Pringle of Clifton
L voted to the study and teaching of the Physiology of tbe E-re Stirling Burghs_Lord Dalmeny
Land Philosophy of Mind. He and Dr God are both now sa Stirlingshire-Admiral Fleming
L bered with the dead. The Americans had formed a vert ! St Andrews Burghs-Mr A. Johnstone
L estimate of the character of Dr Spurzhein : the Bmtos Sutherlandshire-dir Macleod of Cadboll
L zette thus speaks of him :-" Dr Spurzbeim was a pra Wigton Burgh:--Mr Stewart
L thinker, and an uncommonly careful observer. As a rew Wigtonsbirc-Sir A. Agnew
c he had no equal. Though a German, he spoke tbe Ex: We still want Orkney, but the Liberal Meinber is cou
language with peculiar fuency and correctness-being s fidently expected.
choice of words, and happy in expressiog his ideas. 10 t.. instance did he ever bring a note or manuscript in siglo stature he was about six feet high, of a large frame, asd mit oular. His countenance was open and generous, and base aud benevolenee were certainly discoverable in his face. I
Sporzheim's head is one of the finest that could possibly be se • At Allan Park, Stirling, on the 2d instant, the Lady of John Fraser, lected to sustain the doctrine to which he had devoted his whole Esq., advocate, of a daughter.
At 1, Charlotte Square, on the 15th instant, Mrs. Watson of a life.” His wife died two years ago, and he had no children. Dr S. was simple in his tastes, eminently kind, cheerful and At 39, Great King Street, on the 16th instant, Mrs. C. C. Stewart, liberal in his dispositions, capable of warm and enduring at of a daughter.
At Wells, on the 13th instant, the Lady of Sir William F. Elliott, of tachments, and in his habits temperate, active, and laborious.
Stobs and Wells, Bart, of a son. TAB Bell Rock Pilot. - James Spink died at Arbroath on
At Taplow Court, on the 7th instant, the Countess of Orkney of a the 9tb currrent, aged 85. He is prominently noticed in the ac daughter. count of the Bell Rock Lighthouse, connected with the opera At Crawfordsdyke, Greenock, on the 14th instant, Mrs. John Craw.
ford, of a daughter. tions on the 20 September, 1807, when he providentially arrive
At 12, Northumberland Street, on the 19th instant, Mrs. Laurence ed at the rock with letters from the shore, and was the means
Davidson, of a daughter. of saving the lives of the Engineer and 31 Artificers,—at a time At 43, Claremont Street, on the 20th instant, the lady of William when the Tender had driftel, and the tide was fast rising upon M‘Dowall, Esq., late of the Madras medical establishment, of a daugh.
ter, still-born. them! For this service he was allowed a small pension from
At Rosemount, Easter Duddingston, on the 18th instant, Mrs. Rothe Lighthouse Board. Spink was a very trusty pilot, and a bert Christie, of a son, fine example of a tall robust fisherman, whose figure in his At Kenmuir, on the 21st instant, the Lady of Charles Stirling, Esq.,
of a son. pilot's dress and large bonnet, has been well preserved by Howe,
At Powfoulis, on the 21st instant, Mrs. Bruce of Powfoulis, of twin. in a full length, leaning upon his boat, with the Bell Rock Lighthouse in the distance. The pilot's jacket and badge were
At Scotstown, on the 21st instant, Mrs. William Wyld, of a son. laid upon the most-cloth at his funeral, which was attended by At Mauldslie Castle, on the 24th instant, Mrs. Archibald Douglas, several of the priocipal merchants and shipmasters of Arbroath, of a daughter, who survived only one hour.
At Newton Green, Ayr, on the 21st instant, Mrs. Captain Bowand by the master and crew of the Pharos Bell Rock Tender.
man, of a son. MR. CARROLL, the last remaining of the greatest and most At Cupar-Fife, on the 23d instant, Mrs. Pagan, of a daughter. glorious band of patriots that ever appeared in history-men who established liberty in the New World by their acts, and re
MARRIAGES. stored it in the Old by their example the signers of the great
At Aberdeen, on the 27th instant, Miss Eliza Milne, daughter of charter of American freedom, the Declaration of lodependence the deceased Rev. Alexander Milne, late minister of Boyndie, to John -has at length followed his illustrious brethren. Mr Carroll | Humphrey, Esq. solicitor in Stonebaven. departed at the ripe age of ninety-six. The death of this most At Hamilton Palace, on Tuesday, the 27th ultimo, the Earl of Linvenerable man is thus announced by the President:
coln, to lady Susan Hamilton.
At Bellevue House, Gadshill, on the 29th November, the Rev. Tho. “ The last survivor of the signers of the Declaracion of Inde
mas Finlay, West Kilbride, to Isabella, daughter of John Smith of pendence-he who for many years has been the precious relic of Bellevue, hosier in Glasgow. the band of July 4th 1776-is no more! The death of Charles At Swanston House, on the 26th ultimo, by the Rev. Lewis Balfour, Carroll, of Carrollton, is announced to us.
Charles M.Dowall, Esq. W.S., to Jane Margaret, daughter of John “ As a mark of respect due to the occasion, the offices of the Finnie, Esq.
Here, on the 5th instant, John Lloyd, Esq., mercbant in Leith, to United States Government in this city will be closed to-mor
Christian, daughter of the late Captain John Balfour, of the Forfarshire row, the 16th instant,
militia. " Washington, November 15.
At Ballater, on the 4th current, James Fraser, merchant, Aber. “ ANDREW Jackson."
deen, to Jessy, daughter of the late Lieutenant James Middleton,
R.N. It is worthy of note, that nearly all the signers of this famous pier, Esq., Latham, to Janet, third daughter of John Struthers, Esq.
At Walkerdyke, near Strathaven, on the 4th December, Knox Na. act lived to a very advanced age. But they were not politicians
At Auchinleck, on the 3d instant, George Samson, Esq., of Riga, to by profession ; they did not engage in the great struggle with Wilhelmina Rankin, eldest daughter of Mr. Gibb, Auchinleck. England in order to gratify any private feelings. They were At Aberdeen, on the 27th ultimo, John Humphrey, Esq., solicitor,
Stonehaven, to Eliza, daughter of the late Reverend Alexander Milne, plain, simple-minded med, as much above personal vanity and
Boyndie ambition as they were above deceit. It is the selfish passions
At Dalkeith, on the 30th ultimo, Mr. Alexander M'Intosh, hatthat wear men away before their time. It is commonly said of manufacturer, Dalkerth, to Jane, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas the eminently good, that they are short-lived, and that the world Hislop, hat-manufacturer there. is unworthy of them. The dreamy, speculatively good, are
At Baldemund, Perthshire, on the 26th ultimo, Mr. J. M-Leod, sur. sometimes short-lived ; but active and principled honesty is geen Edinburgh, co Helen, fith daughter of the late Alexander Ferwonderfully conducive to sound health. Dyspepsia has no ene. At 2 Nelson Street, Edinburgh, on the 27th ultimo, John Fleming my so great as the mens conscia recti. It is worth a thousand Wardlaw, Esq., to Anne Macnab, eldest daughter of the late Mr. An. Abernethies.
drew Stevens, S.S.C.
At Bellevue House, Gadshill, on the 29th ultimo, the Reverend Tho. mas Findlay, West Kilbride, to Isabella, daughter of John Smith, of Bellevue, hosier in Glasgow.
At Kirkaldy, on the löth instant, by the Reverend John Thomson, BIRTHS.
Mr. Alexander Beveridge, shipowner, to Grace, youngest daughter of
John Black, Esq., shipowner, Kirkaldy, late of Tory: At II, Monteith Row, Glasgow, on the 28th ultimo, Mrs. Andrew Here, on the 13th instant, Adam Luke, Esq, to Aiiss Jessie Gow. Robertson, of a son.
On the 11th instant, at 1, Moray Street, the Reverend Thomas Neil. At Baravunich, on 13th ultimo, Mrs. Watters, of a son.
son, Rothsay, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Thomas Brown, Esq., At Barbuie, on the 23d ultimo, Mrs. Alex. Moffat, of a daughter, Customs, Leith.
At Sanquhar, on the 10th ultimo, Mrs. Alex. Hamilton, of Carco On the 4th instant, at Ditton Park, Lord Dunglas, son of the Earl side, of a daughter.
of Home, to the Honourable Lucy Elizabeth Montagu, eldest daughter At 7, Abercromby Place, on the 1st instant, Mrs. Alexander Robert of Lord Montagu. son, of a daughter.
At Dundee, on the 7th instant, C. W. Boase, Esq., banker, to Helen, At the Governor's House, Edinburgh Castle, on the 29th ultimo, daughter of William Lindsay, Esq., Carolina Port Mrs. Campbell, wife of James Archibald Campbell, younger of Inver. At Dundee, on the 7th instant, George Lindsay, Bengal civil serneil, Esq , of a daughter.
vice, to Catherine Jemima, duughter of William Lindsay, Esq., CaroAt 28, Queen Street, Edinburgh, on the 29th ultimo, Mrs. Borth
lina Port. wick of Crookston, of a son.
At Raemoir House, Kincardineshire, on the 4th instant, Arthur At Prestonpans, on the lst instant, Mrs. Hislop, of a daughter. Duff, Esq., second son of Robert William Duff, Esq., of Fetteresso,
At 8, Anslie Place, on the 3d instant, Mrs. Snodgrass Buchanan of to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Jolin Innes, Esq., of Cowie.
On the 7th instant, David Johnstone, Esq., of Langsdale, Lanark.
At 5, Darnaway Street, on the 24th instant, Alexander Thomson, On the 5th current, at No. 107, Hope Street, Glasgow, Mrs. Robert Esq. W.S., to Elíza, daughter of the late Robert Burn, Esq., archiKerr, of a son. At Glasgow, on the 27th ultimo, Mrs. William Forsyth, of a daugh. At Castlemilk, on the 25th instant, John Hotchkis, Esq., of Lanwick
Villa, in the county of Brecknock, to Anne, eldest daughter of ThoAt Aberdona, on the 9th instant, the Honourable Mrs. Murray of a mas Hart, Esq, or Castlemilk.
On the 21st instant, Robert Mason, Esq., of Heriots Hall, to BetHere, on the 12th instant, Mrs. Welsh, 60, Northumberland Street sey, daughter of Mr. Robert Anderson, New Channelkirk, Berwickof a son.
shire, At Haddington, on the 7th instant, Mrs. Dr. Lorimer, junior of a At Ennerdale Church, on the 17th instant, James Gordon, Esq.,
writer, Dumfries, to
At Guernsey, on the 11th instant, John Graham Campbell, Esq., of At Wormistone House, on the 4th instant, Mrs. Lindesay of Lochton, Shirvan, Argyllshire, to Maria Zelima Mansell, daughter of Henry of a daughter.
Arlot Mansell, Esq., of that island.