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guards, Col. Honourable R. Ponsonby, 12th liam Dornberg, K. C. B. Maj. Gen. Sr Per. tight dragoons, Col. Hervey, Acting Mili- Maitland, K. C. B. Lieut. Gen. Charles tary Secretary, Lieut. Col. Sir R. Hill, royal Count Alten, K. C. B. horse guards, Lieut. Col. Lord F. Somerset,

Fourth Class Wilhelm': Order. Military Secretary, Lieut. Col. Lord Sal. toun, 1st guards.

Hon. Col. Stewart, 1st guards, Col. Fra

Hepburn, 3d guards, Col. Fr. Arentscheildt, Fourth Class St Wladimir.

3d hussars, Col. A. B, Clifton, Ist dregoons, Col. Hepburn, 2d guards, Col. Sir G. Honourable Lieut. Col. W. Elphinstone, Wood, royal artillery, Col. Muter, 6th dra: 33d foot, Lieut. Col. E. 0. Tripp, Licut. goons, Col. Carmichael Smyth, royal engi. Col. Sir Charles Broke, K. C. B. Lieut. Cod. neers, Lieut. Col. Macdonnel, guards, Lieut. Sir Henry Bradford, K. C. B. Lieul Coi. Col. Sir H. Bradford, ist guards, Lieut. Sir George Berkeley, K. C. B. Lieut. Col. Col. Lord Greenock, Assistant Quarter Mas. Lord Greenock, Lieut. Col. R. Nixon, Ist ter General, Licut. Col. Cooke, Ist guards, foot, Lieut. Col. G. Muttlebury, 69th fout, Lieut. Col. Sir. C. Broke, Assistant Quarter Lieut. Col. Harris, Lieut. Col. J. Ross, With Master General, Lieut. Col. Sir H. G. Ber. foot, Lieut. Col. Busche, Ist Light Batt. keley, Assistant Quarter Master General,

K. G. L. Lieut. Col. - George Baring, 24 Lieut. Col. Ross, 95th regiment, Lieut. Col. Light Batt. K. G. L. Sir G. Scovell, Assistant Quarter Master General, Lieat. Col. Dick, 42d regiment, Names of Officers upon whom his Majesty Lieut. Col. Douglas, 19th regiment, Lieut.

the King of Bavaria has conferred the Col. Nixon, 28th regiment, Lieut. Col. Ly

Orders of Maximilian Joseph. gon, 2d life guards, Lieut. Col. Hare, 27th regiment.

Ilead quarters, Paris, Sept. 13. 1815 First Class St Ann.

Commanders. Lieut. Gen. Charles Count Alten, Maj. Major Gen. Sir Colin Halkett, K. C. B. Gen. Sir E. Barnes, Adjutant General, Maj. Major Gen. Sir John Lambert, K. C. B. Gen. Adain.

Major Gen. Sir James Lyon, K. C. B. Ma Second Class St inn.

jor Gen. Sir John Vandeleur, K. C. B.

Knighis. Col. Frederick Von Arentscheildt, 3d hussars, K. G. L. Licut. Col Robert Tor. Col. Sir Colin Campbell, K. C. B. Col F. rens, West India regiment, Lieut. Col. John B. Hervey, Col. Lord Fitzroy Somerset, Waters, A. A. G. Lieut. Col. Charles Beck

K. C. B. Lieut. Col. Sir Noel Hill, K. C. B. with, 95th foot, Lieut. Col. William Camp. Lieut. Col. Norcott, Lieut. Col. Fremantle, bell, A. Q. M. G. Lieut. Col. Colin Camp. Major Honourable G. Dawson. bell, Royal Scots, Lieut. Col. Arthur Clifa ton, 1st dragoons, Lieut. Col. John Hicks,

BIRTHS. 32d foot, Lieut. Col. William Elphinstone, 33d foot, Lieut. Col. Henry Mitchell, 51st

June 20. At Rusetta, St Ann's, Jamaka, foot, Lieut. Col. A. G. Norcott, 95th foot,

Mrs Christie, a daughter. Lieut. Col. A. Cameron, 95th foot, Lieut.

Sept. 15. At Farham, in Surry, the Lady Col. J. B. Clarke, 28 dragoons, Lieut. Col. of Captain Glover, of the Ist for Royal Scurs) Sir John May, K. C. B. royal artillery, regiment of foot, a daughter. Lieut. Col. Sir Hew Ross, K. C. B. royal

25. Mrs Leslie, of Warthill, a son. artillery, Lieut. Col. Sir Robert Gardiner, 27. Ai Ayr, Mrs H. D. Boswell, a sona K: C. B. royal artillery, Lieut. Col. Sir Wm. Oct. 1. At Southampton, Mrs Purves, of Gomm, K. C. B, royal artillery, Lieut. Col. Purves, a son. John Bull, royal artillery, Major Edward 2. In George Street, the Lady of James Kelly, 28 life guards, Major A. M.Donald, Wedderburn, Esq. advocate, a daughter. royal artillery.

3. At Fort Charlotte, Shetland, the Lady of Captain John Macdonell, 3d royal vete

Tan battalion, a son. The following officers have heen appointe 6. At Montrose, Mrs John Aberdein, a d Knights by the King of the Netherlands: daughter.

At Berwick, the Lady of Major Young. Third Class Wilhelmi's Order.

husband, of the Royal artillery, & sofi. Lietst. Gen. Sir Henry Clinton, G. C. B. 8. Mrs Lyon, Forth Street, a son. Maj. Gen. Sir Colq. Grant, K. C. B. Major 10. Ac Newtownlimavady, Ireland, the Gen. Sir Colin Halkett, K. C. B. Maj. Gen. Ludy of William Campbell, Esg. of two boro Sir George Cooke, K. C. B. Major Gen. Sir and one fine girl, who are all likely to do dames Kempt, K. C. B. Maj. Gen. Sir Wika well. Mr Campbell and his lady have been

married

I married for seventeen years, and never had 12. At Carbrook Cottage, Stirlingshire, [ any children before.

John Glassford Hopkirk, Esq. W. 6. to Oct.11. At Brucklay Castle, Mrs Dingwall, Miss Jessie Hamilton, second daughter of of Brucklay, a son and heir.

the late John Hamilton, Esq. of Polmont 13. At Edinburgh, the Lady of Lieute Bank. nant Colonel Lauriston, a daughter.

At Edinburgh, John Young, Esq. 14. Mrs Cathcart, Gayfield Square, a younger of Bellwood, to Euphemia, daughdaughter.

ter of the late Neil Macvicar, Esq. The Lady of Alexander Gordon, Esq. At Banff, James Duff Mackay, Esty. of Old Broad Street, London, a son.

to Olivia, only daughter of John Russel, 15. At Nurthbank, Mrs Archibald Ha.' Esq. of Balmaad. milton, a son.

13. In Dublin, the Reverend Charles At Northbar-house, the Lady of the Moore, of Monasterevan, fourth son of the Honourable Colonel Stuart, a daughter. Honourable Ponsonby Moore, and nephew

16. At the Manse of Mid-calder, Mrs of the Most Noble the Marquis of DrogheSummers, a son.

da, to Agnes, eldest daughter of James - At Cessford, Mrs M.Dougal, a daugh Cleghorn, Esq. M. D. physician to the State ter.

in Ireland. 19. At Drochil, Mrs Murray, of Craig Andrew Grant, Esg. merchant, Glas. ends, a son.

gow, to 'Cecilia Murray, daughter of John 21. At Easter Suddie, Mrs Spalding, a Stevenson, Esq. Gateside, Hamilton. daughter.

14. In the county of Down, Edward 22. At Cockairney House, the Lady of Ward, Esq. eldest son to the Right Ho. Captain R. H. Mowbray, Royal Navy, a son. nourable Robert Ward, Colonel of the South

25. At Glasgow, Mrs Robert Dennistoun, Down regiment of militia, to Lady Matilda a daughter.

Stewart, daughter to the Earl of London At Greenock, Mrs Lang, of Overton, derry. 2 son.

At Sandyford, Glasgow, Robert Stuart, 27. At Edinburgh, the Lady of John Li Esq. merchant, Glasgow, to Ellen, second vingston, Campbell, Esq. of Achalader, a daughter of Mr James Kilbee, Belfast. daughter.

15. At Inveresk House, John Waucbope, Nw. 1. At Edinburgh, the Lady of Ar of Edmonstone, Esq. to Henrietta Cecilia chibald M.Nab, Esq. of Kinnell, a daughter. Baird, second daughter of Sir James Baird, 2. At Broomhall, the Countess of Elgin, of Saughton Hall, Bart.

17. At Wellbourg, the Archduke Charles, 3. At Edinburgh, the Lady of Thomas of Austria, to the Princess Henrietta, of Trail, Esq. of the 21st regiment, or Scots Nassau Wellbourg. The illustrious pair, Fusileers, a son.

it is expected, will visit England. They At London, the Lady of Sir John are to have a principality on the French Malcolm, a daughter

side of the Rhine. 4. In George Street, Mrs Craigie, of 17. At Laurencekirk, Ensign John Hoine, Glendoick, a daughter.

of the Royal Scots, to Jessy, third daughter At Balthayock, the Lady of Adam of John Home, Esq. Thornton Castle, KinFerguson, a son.

cardineshire. 9. The Lady Charlotte Howard, the Lady At Straloch, William Brebner, Esq. of Mr H. C. Howard, son of Mr Howard, younger of Lairnie, to Mary, daughter of presumptive heir to the Duke of Norfolk, a the late John Ramsay, Esq. of Bara. son and heir.

19. At Blackhill, John Hepburn, Esq. Lately, At Paris, the Right Honourable of Colquhaizie, to Helen, second daughter Lady Frances Wedderburn Webster, a son of the late Adam Stewart, Esq. of Cluand heir.

nie.

22. At Laurieston, Dr William Moore, MARRIAGES.

of Dublin, to Miss Eleonora, daughter of

the late John Ross, Esq. of Balkail. Sept. 11. At Zurich, Sir William G. 25. At Edinburgh, Captain John Durie, Gordon Cumming, Bart. of Altyre and Gor of the 92d regiment, to Sarah, only daughdonston, to Miss Campbell, eldest daugh ter of the late Thomas Sutton Murt Froggat, ter of the late Colonel Campbell, younger

Esq. of Dam House, Lancashire. of Shawfield,

At Montrose, James Austin, Esq. At Haddington, William Grierson, cashier of the Montrose Bank, to Mary, neEsq. of Baitford, to Helen, eldest daughter cond daughter of Mr John Allan, merchant, of the Rev. Dr Sibbald, one of the ministers Montrose.

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Frazer, Esq. to Jane, youngest daughter of rion ;-- also, Captain M. I. Popplewell, the late John Mason, Esq. chief judge of Royal Navy, to Margaret Care, both daughDominica

ters of the deceased George Mackay, Esq. Sept. 26. At Scoughall, Mr David Spence, of Bighouse. writer in Melrose, to Miss Helen Brodie, 20. At Leadclune, John Gollan, Esq. daughter of John Brodie, Esq. of Scoughall. to Miss Jane Fraser, third daughter of

At Scalasdale, Major D. Gregorson, Captain Thomas Fraser, of that place. to Phebe, da'ighter of the late Murdoch 21. William Green, Esq. Royal Navy, to M'Laine, Esq. of Lochbuy.

Isabella, only daughter of the late George John Urquhart, Esq, merchant, Glas Paton, Esq. Royal Navy. gow, to Jane, daughter of Andrew MẠNair, At Lewisham, Patrick Lawrie, Esq. Esq. Milngavie.

of the Adelphi, London, late of the South 27. At Fleurs, John C. Hopkins, Esq. to Bridge, Edinburgh, to Mary, only daughMiss Innes.

ter of John Drummond, Esq. of Lawriston Oct. 2. At Edinburgh, William Munro, Place, Edinburgh. Esq. of the royal regiment of artillery, to 24. At Summerfield, Alexander Cassels, Mary Ann, eldest daughter of John Mosley Esq. to Miss Jessie Grierson, daughter of M'Caw, Esq. of Mosley Hall, St Ann's, Gilbert Grierson, Esq. Leith. Island of Jamaica.

26. At Maryfield, R. M. Hawley, M.D. At Paisley, Mr Andrew Brown, Lin. to Miss E. Burn, daughter of the late Wil. wood, to Janet, daughter of Provost Wil. liam Burn, Esq. of Edinburgh. liam Jameson, Paisley.

27. At Glasgow, Mr Alexander Gibson, 4. At Eckington, Lieutenant-Colonel of the British Linen Company's Bank, EdinSir Frederick Storin, K. C. B. to Ann Eli. burgh, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr zabeth, youngest daughter of the late Sir William Gould, Glasgow. Sitwell Sitwell, Bart. of Ranishaw.

28. At Horsedale, George Garden, Esq. 5. Thomas Walker, Esq. writer, Edin. of Montreal, to Euphemia, second daughter burgh, to Miss Elizabeth Mary Morison, of William Forbes, Esq, of Echt. daughter of William Maxwell Morison, Lately, Nicholas Westby, Esq. of ThordEsq. advocate.

hall, to the Honourable Emily Waldegrave, 6. At Oldfield, near Thurso, John M'. eldest daughter of Lord Radstock. Leay Esq. of Keiss, to Jessie, youngest At Buriton, Hants, Roderick Impey daughter of Lieutenant.Colonel Williamson, Murchison, Esq. of Taradale, Ross-shire, of Marlefield.

Captain 6th dragoons, to Charlotte, only At Stirling, Mr Robert Downie, car. ughter of Lieutenant-General Hugonin. pet manufacturer, Stirling, to Miss Isabella

George Darling, Esq. Brunswick Kinnaird, daughter of Mr Farquhar Kin- Square, London, to Jane, youngest daughter naird, manufacturer there.

of the late John Lyall, Esq. of Findon. 9. At Wyseby House, Annandale, John Major General Donkin, to Miss Mark. Robertson, Esq. late of Calcutta, to Miss

ham, eldest daughter of the Reverend the Mary Sophia Steuart, daughter of David Dean of York. Steuart, Esq.

At Cortachy, John Kermack, Esq. writer to the signet, to Miss Jane 0. Ram

DEATHS. say, daughter of Mr Ramsay, Cortachy. May 22, 1814. Drowned, at the mouth

At Glasgow, Joan Anderson, Esq. of the river Columbia, in the Northern Pa. surgeon, Royai Lanarkshire militia, to Mrs cific Ocean, Donald M.Tavish, Esq. a na. Gilchrist.

tive of Stratherrick, and one of the partners At Louth Church, Ireland, William of the North West Company of Canada Jackson, E:q. Colonel of the North Mayo Mr M«Tavish was for upwards of twenty. militia, to Jane Louisa, third daughter of four years employed in the wilds of Uppar William Blair of Blair, Esq. Ayreshire. Canada, and the interior of the north wes

10. At Seren Oaks, Kent, Mr David tern regions of America, and was very suc Kidd, merchant, Edinburgh, to Elizabeth, cessful in promoting the business of the daughter of Edward Martyr, Esq. there. Company, and in securing the good will and

17. At Nicholson's Square, by the Rev. alliance of the Indian nations, by whose Dr Fleming, Mr James Wilson of Queens. chiefs he was always treated with the greatferry, to Miss Henrietta Gilchrist.

est respect, and received on the same foot. At London, Sir John Talbot, Bart. ing with one of their own number. His to the Honourable Miss Catharine Arun

enterprising genius led him to project and del, daughter of Lord Arundel.

attempt an expedition across the Continens At London, Hary Hackshaw, Esq. of North America, for the purpose of estabof the Island of St Vincents, to Harriot Ma. lishing a connexion with China; and after

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having escaped innumerable perils, he and 8. At Laudle, Argyllshire, Mrs Maclachsix of his companions were unfortunately lan, spouse of Eun Maclachlan, Esq. lost near Cape Disappointment. To those At London, George Spence, Esq. denwho were personally acquainted with this tist to his Majesty. worthy gentleman, no eulogium on his 9. At Fothringham, George Fothringham, worth is necessary. His enterprizing, ac- son of the late Alexander Ogilvy Fothring tive spirit led him to undertake and accom- ham, Esq. of Powrie. plish what ordinary men would shrink from : 10. At the Manse of Dailly, the Rev. his mild disposition, humanity, and liberali. Chas. Cunningham, minister of that parish. ty, his public and private beneficence, his At sea, Mr William Forster, of the mild manners, and manly conduct, will long North Shore, near Newcastle, master maendear his memory to a large circle of re- riner, aged 60. In the early part of the spectable acquaintances and weeping rela revolutionary war with France, a ship in tions, who must ever deplore his untimely which he sailed as mate, was taken by a fate.

privateer, and he only of the crew was left Jan. 9, 1815. At Trichinopoly, Major on board, with six Frenchmen. He contrivJohn Fortune, of the Honourable East In. ed to retake her from this number, and dia Company's 22d regiment of native in. brought her into port. fantry, Madras Establishment, son of the 11. At Inzion, Dav. Mitchell, Esq. W. S. late Mr John Fortune, Edinburgh, after a 12. At London, Aubrey Bcauclerk, Duke service of twenty-three years.

of St Alban's, Earl of Burford, Baron Vere, March 17. In Bengal, Henry Grant, Esq. and Baron Heddington. His Grace was of the Honourable East India Company's Hereditary Grand Falconer of England, and civil service.

Register of the Court of Chancery. Born May 30. Lost, on board the Arniston August 21, 1765; succeeded his father Au. transport, off Cape L'Aguilas, Captain brey, the late Duke, February 9, 1802 ; Archibald Stoddart, Royal Scots. He had married, first, July 9, 1788, Miss Moses, a previously embarked on board the Bengal rich heiress, by whom (who died August Indiaman, which was accidentally burnt in 18, 1800) he had issue, Mary, now Lady January last, off Point de Galle, Ceylon, Deerhurst ; secondly, he married August and through his personal exertions, several 12, 1802, Louisa Grace, third daughter of of the children passengers were saved. the Lady of Louisa Manners, and niece to

July 31. In Jamaica, Lieutenant David Wilbraham Tollemache, Earl of Dysart. Ramsay, Royal Navy, the youngest and last Heir, his Grace's infant son, born about surviving son of Captain Ramsay, Royal nine months since. The late Duke had Navy.

been in a declining state of health for some Aug. 1. At Ayr, Thomas M.Clellan, time previous to his decease, his Grace beEsq. agent for the Bank of Scotland. ing subject to great internal debility, and

- At Port Glasgow, Mr John Carswell, sudden spasmodic attacks in the head and ship builder.

stomach. Previously to the day of his death, - At Venlaw House, Peebles, Mr Ro. he had kept his bed for nearly a week; but, beri Gordon, writer to the signet.

on the day of the final result, he remarked 4. At Perth, Mr John Muir, traveller for that he felt himself much better; the attack Mess. John Young and Co. Edinburgh. was instantaneously fatal. The Duchess,

5. At Athlone, Lawrence M•Dowall, Esq. and her sister, Mrs Dalrymple, were in the Lieutenant-Colonel of the Renfrewshire re- room at the time of the melancholy event, giinent of militia.

and they, from the momentary distraction 6. At Massay Park, Limerick, the Ho- produced, tlew into the street, without hat nourable John Massy, formerly M. P. for or bonnet, in quest of medical aid. the county of Limerick.

At Prince's Street, aged 84, much la. - At Stonehaven, Mrs Anna Graham, mented, Mrs Elizabeth Falconer, relict of relict of the late Dr James Badenach, of Mr Thomas Fyers, late of this place. Whiteriggs.

At Lasswade, Sarah Dunbar, wife of - David Alston, Esq. of Auchterhard, Mr Robert Dunbar, St John's Hill. late of the Honourable East India Com- 13. At Canal Bank, Paisley, Janet M. pany's military service in Bengal.

Farlane, relict ef Robert M«Farlane, Blar. At Pulmont-bank, Mr White, aged 90. rea, aged 102 years, 4 months. 7. At London, General Leigh, Grooin of 13. At Haddington, after a short illness, the Bed-Chamber to the Prince Regent, on his way from London to Edinburgh, and Lieut. Governor of the Isle of Wi

Thomas

Esq. late of the Bengal 8. A: Edinburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Lothian, medical establishment. widow of Do William Lothian, senior mi- At the Manse of Craig. Mr James nizter of Canon gate.

Brewster, senior.

Aug

Aug. 13. At Lennelhill, David Hogarth, 23. At Glasgow, Mrs Mary Clarke, via Esq. of Hilton.

of William Anderson, Esq. surgeon. 15. At Glasgow, Mr John Wilsone, aged 24. At Glasgow, Mrs Margaret Naismith, 83.

relict of the late James Roxburgh, Esq. of Miss Elizabeth Young, aged 16, only Both wellshields. daughter of Mr James Young, Coldstream. Mr Thomas Jameson, jun. of Sheriff

At Cheltenham, Miss Lousia Mackay, Brae, Leith. daughter of the late George Mackay, Esq. At Edinburgh, Mi James Gray, of of Bighouse.

Blainslie. 16. At Hope Street, Mrs Sands.

At Edinburgh, after a short illness, Mary, the wife of John Murray, Esq, Mrs Charles Ritchie. Commissary General to his Majesty's forces, At Crichton, Mr Robert Turnbull. and Georgiana, his eldest daughter. They 25. At Edinburgh, Mr William Penny. were following him from Falmouth, in their from Trinidad. way from the Continent, when their horses At London, aged 59, Peter Williams having taken fright near Uxbridge, and Baker, Esq. M. P, for Corse Castle, Dorsetthrown the driver, proceeded in a gallop, shire. upon which they fatally yielded to the sud- 26. At Errol, the Reverend Charles Cumden impulse of fear, precipitated themselves ming, after a long and painful illness, which from the carriage, and perished on the he bore to the last with that submission and spot.

patience which becomes a true believer in At Fisherrow, Mr Robert Aitken, the doctrines he taught. merchant there.

- At the Park, Colin Bruce, Esq. one of 17. At Ness Cottage, Mrs Mackintosh, bis Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the widow of the late Provost William Mack, county of Forfar. intosh, of Inverness.

At London, John Spalding, Esq. of At North Rigg, East Lothian, Miss Holm and Shilmers, late member of Parlia. Margaret, second daughter of Captain War. ment for New Galloway, &c. rington, Adjutant, Haddingtonshire local 27. At Glasgow, Robert Dennistoun, militia.

Esq. At Dundee, Marjory Mackinnon, At Falkirk, Mr James Buchanan, spouse of Mr Walker Saunders, hatter. teacher of the charity school in that place.

At Camlarg Lodge, Miss Ann Wood- At Brechin, J. Smith, merchant there. burn, daughter of David Woodburn, Esq.

Anne, the infant daughter of J. H. 19. At Greenock, Mr Nathaniel Graham, Wishart, Esq. surgeon. a native of Buttle, in Galloway, aged 98.

At Ostend, Mr Mat. Mackenzie, forAt Dunfermline, Mr David Sten- merly merchant in Glasgow. house, writer.

28. At Hope Park, Walter Lothiang At Colessie Manse, Ensign James Esq. Walker, of the 2d battalion 93d regiment At Dalkeith, Mrs Elizabeth Cuning of Highlanders.

ham, wife of Mr John Wilson, merchant At London, John Scott, Esq. late there. chemist in Edinburgh.

29. At Midlock, Lanarkshire, Mr Wm. 21. At the Manse of Beith, Mrs Catha. M'Queen. rine Brown, widow of James Crawford, At Bradely Hill, Derbyshire, Philip, Esq. W. S.

Earl of Chesterfield, Lord Stanhope, Knight At Edinburgh, Abram, third son of of the Garter, aged sixty years. He has left Mr James Newton, baker.

issue, two daughter and one son, Lord - At Aberdeen, George, only son of the Stanhope, who, at the age of ten years, not late Reverend Alexander Allan, Episcopal succeeds his Lordship in his titles and estates. elergyman in Edinburgh.

His Lordship had been unwell for some - At Liverpool, after an illness of only time, but was not considered in any danger half an hour, Captain Wm Mearns, late of till a few days since, when Dr Baillie was the ship Neptune of London, and a native sent for, who remained with him till his disof Montrose.

solution. This nobleman was, at the time 22. At Bonnington Road, Mr John Haig, of his death, in his 60th year; he was twice junior.

married, first to Anne, daughter of Thomas At Edinburgh, Miss Grizzel Storie, Thistlewait, D. D. of Norman-court, Hants, daughter of the late James Storie, Esq. by whom he had one daughter, who is since Paisley.

dead; and afterwards to Lady Henrietta 23. At Haddington, Mr George Thom. Thynne, sister to the Marquis of Bath, by son, aged 19 years, eldest son of Mr Wil. whom he had the son and two daughters liam Thomson, founder, Arbroath.

who survive him. His Lordship, who

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