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12. At Edinburgh, Margaret Stuart Gordon, youngest child of J. F. Gordon, Esq. writer to the signet.
13. At ditto, Anne Græme, daughter of the late Dr W. Græme, physician, London.
13. At ditta, aged 86, Mrs Janet Simp. son, relict of the deceased Mr John Pattullo, merchant in Edinburgh.
18. At Forres, Mr Robt. Muterer, merchant there.
19. At Fraserburgh, Mrs Frances Anne Fenwick, widow of Michael S. Fenwick, Esq. and fifth daughter of the late Alexander Farquharson, Esq. of Haughton.
20. At Cupar, in the 22d year of his age, Ensign Alexander George, of the 74th regiment.
20. At Aberdeen, aged 41, Keith Turner, of Turnerhall, Esq. who has left a widow and eight children to deplore his loss.
21. At Edinburgh, Spencer Boland, eldest son of Major Boland, Inspecting FieldOfficer of Edinburgh district.
23. At Paisley, at an advanced age, Mrs Agnes Paisley, widow of the late Mr Hugh Walkinshaw, manufacturer.
24. At Brownfield, Mr William Gray, aged 80 years, late merchant in Glasgow.
25. At Glasgow, Robert Robinson, Esq. of Laddregreen, writer there.
25. At Haliburton, parish of Greenlaw, Mr Fairbairn, aged 88.
25. At Gordonbank, George Ridpath, Esq. Lower Thames Street, London.
26. At Edinburgh, the Rev. Thos, Murray, minister of Channelkirk.”
Robert Scott. Esq. Professor of Botany in Trinity College, Dublin.
At Florence, aged 80, the celebrated Jos. Bencirenni.
31. At Heriot's Hill, Canonmills, Robert Jamieson, sen, Esq. W. S.. St. At Tonderghie, Wigtonshire, Hugh Stewart of Tonderghie, Esq.
At Rousham, Sir Clement Cotterel Dormer, Bart. late Master of the Ceremonies.
At a very advanced age, Mrs Charlotte Dalrymple, eldest sister of the late Admiral Dalrymple.
At Dublin, Alexander Campbell Esq.. The Lady of Major-General John Manners Kerr, Colonel of the 62d regiment.
The Rev. James Nasmith, D. D. rector of Leverington.
At Brighton, Mrs Donaldson,wife of Mr Donaldson, of the Steyne Library.
At Kirkton of Auchterless, in the 99th year of his age, Mr George Paterson, formerly merchant there.
9. At her house in Queen Street, Edinburgh, the Right Hon. Isabella Countess Dowager of Errol, relict of James Earl of Errol, and daughter of Sir William Carr of Etal, Bart.
3. At London, in his 96th year, the Rev. Theophilus Lindsay, formerly Vicar of Catterick, in Yorkshire. This living he resigned in the year 1773, from conscientious scruples respecting some parts of the service of the Church of England; and in the year 1774, he opened a dissenting meeting in Essex Street, and preached his doctrines till his 76th year, when he retired into private life.
parish of Muirhouse, presbytery of Dundee, much regretted by his parishioners, as well as his family and friends.
Nov. 5. At Aberdeen, Mr William Dunn, merchant, aged 61.
5. At Edinburgh, John Edward, infant son of Major Boland, Inspecting Field Of ficer of the Edinburgh recruiting district.
6. At Kingussie, Mrs Margaret M'Pherson, wife of Colonel Duncan M Pherson, in that place.
8. At the manse of Lethnot, the Rev. John Taylor, minister of that parish, in the 63d year of his age, and 33d of his minis try.
9. At Glasgow, Capt. Edward Clarke, of the Stirlingshire regiment of militia.
9. At Carlisle, Mr Chisholm, architect, aged 28, much regretted. Mr Chisholm was a native of Aberdeen.
9. At London, Mrs Jane Campbell, of Carrick, at an advanced age, after a tedious and painful illness, which she bore with unexampled resignation and resolution.— By her mother she was niece to John third Duke of Argyll, and consequently related to many of the first families in Scotland. Her remains will be conveyed to Roseneath, in the county of Dumbarton, there to be interred in the burial ground of her grandfather, the Hon. John Campbell of Ma
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more, son to the Earl of Argyll. Her many inestimable qualities will long render her memory dear to her numerous relations, friends, and acquaintances.
9. At Lanark, Mr Robert Lawson, surgeon. At Ruxley Lodge, Surry, James Grant, Esq of Redcastle, in Ross-shire. 10. At London, suddenly, in an advan. ced age, the Right Hon. Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, K. B. a General in the army, Colonel of the 4th or Queen's own Dragoons, Governor of Fort Charlemont in Ireland, and late Gov.-Gen. and Commander in Chief in Canada. His Lordship is succeeded in his title and estate by his grandson, a boy of about four years of age, son to Colonel Carleton, who died in the East Indies.
10 At Leith, Mary, daughter of Mr James Black, merchant, Leith.
10. At Edinburgh, Mrs Jean Rentoul, spouse of Robert Smith wright.
11. At Bath, aged 44, Sir Henry Paulet St John Mildmay, Bart. M. P. for Hampshire. He has left a Lady and 16 children.
11. At Edinburgh, Elisabeth Gibson, infant daughter of William Murray, Esq. of
12. At ditto, aged 82, Mr James Fraser, Secretary to the Bank of Scotland.
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