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THE 
GENERAL 

AND 

BRITISH REGISTER, 
for 1809, 

BEING 

FIRST AFTER BISSEXTILE, OR LEAP YEAR. 

CONTAINING 

AN IMPROVED KALENDAR, 

AND 

MANY NEW LISTS, 

WITH THOSE OF 

Clasgoto, (SreenocJt, paisfog, $£ 

Most Respectfully Inscribed 

TO 

JOHN HAMILTON, ESQ. 

LORD DEAN OF GUILD, 

AND BRETHREN OF THE MERCHANTS HOUSE, 

GLASGOW, 

By their most obedient humble Servants, 

THE PUBLISHERS. 



Gutnourirtj, 

PRINTED FOR J. AND A. DUNCAN, GLASGOW, 
BY DAVID RAMSAY AND SON; ROBERT ALLAN; W. M<WILLIAM 
i AND CO.: AND D. SCHAW AND SON. 



1 JANUARY x::xi 


Days. 


Holidays at the Banks n^i> ! Puidic Oftcrs marked *". 


! S 






'Sun 


Sun 


SW# 


2&r 


^ 


^ 


i&alen0at\ 


rips. 


feis. 


declin. 


Dials 


S* 




Sundays, Holidays, &c. 


MM 


HM 


South. 
DM 


fubtr. 

MS 


j I 


Su 


* Girtumcifion 


8 34 


3 33 


23 2 


3 54 


1 2 


M 


- 


8 34 


3 34 


22 56 


4 23 


1 ** 


Tu 


- 


8 34 


3 36 


22 51 


4 50 


4 


W 


- 


8 34 


3 37 


22 45 


5 18 


[ 5 


Th 


- 


8 33 


3 39 


22 38 


5 45 


6 


r r . 


Epiphany 


8 33 


3 40 


22 31 


6 12 


7 


Sa 


Prfs. Cha>}., J IV ales born 


8 32 


3 42 


22 24 


6 38 


8 


5a 


if} Stinday after Epiphany 


8 31 


3 43 


22 16 


7 3 


9 


M 


8 StLucian 


831 


3 44 


22 8 


7 29 


10 


Tu 


- 


8 30 


3 46 


21 59 


7 53 


ii 


W 


- 


8 29 


3 48 


21 50 


8 17 


12 


Th 


Old New Year's day 


8 28 


3 5o 


21 4Q 


841 


i3 


Fr 


- 


8 27 


3 5i 


21 30 


9 4 


14 


Sa 


- 


8 26 


3 53 


21 2C 


926 


* 


Su 


2d Sunday after Epiphany 


8 25 


3 55 


21 9 


9 48 


16 


M 


St Fttrct 


8 23 


3 57 


20 58 


10 8 


17 


Tu 


- 


8 22 


3 59 


20 46 


10 29 


18 


W 


y Queen s birth day kept 


8 21 


4 1 


20 34 


10 48 


19 


Th 


- 


8 20 


4 3 


20 22 


11 7 


20 


Fr 


Fabian 


8 18 


4 5 


20 9 


11 25 


21 


Sa 


St Agnes 


8 17 


4 7 


19 5 6 


11-42 


22 


5* 


3 J Sunday after Epiphany 


S 15 


4 9 


19 42 


11 59j 


^3 


J?l 


t^JEjl . 


8 14 


4 11 


19 2C 


12 14 


24 


Tu- 


8 12 


4 13 


*9 14 


12 29 


25 


w 


/tSSte 


8 11 


4 16 


18 59 


12 43 


26 


Th 


8 9 


4 18 


18 44 


12 56 


27 


Fr 


w<Kihg CThrftesI. ma riy rdom 


8 7 


4 20 


18 29; 


13 9 


28 j Sa 


8 5 
8 4 


4 22 
4 25 


18 13 
17 57 


13 20 
13 3i 


3° I'M: 
SilTu 


8 2 


4 27 


17 41 


13 4i 




8 


4 29 


17 24 


13 5o 



January (1809) begins on Sunday. 



Sun enters Aquarius Friday Jen. 20. X^m.pajl 9 morning. 



I 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

n 
12 
13 
14 

! 15 
r 

■9j 

20 

L 



^ AioOM Atoon liiab Water 
£ South «/«. «*£«*£. 

I Morn Even. 
HM.|H.M. HM. 

3^2 i * 53 

4 5*1 2 2 9 
6 4 



- !HM 

15 ! Morn j 

16 o 7' 
' o 5 6| 

1 45: 

2 33 



3 21 

4 9 

4 58 

5 48 

6 40 

7 36 

8 34 

9 35 



28 ; IO 35 



7 17 'J 3 42 

8 32; 4 ai 

9 49; 4 59 

" /' 

o 26 



5 42 

6 2; 

7 23 
30 

9 48 
4 26 11 9 



I47i 8 



*5 10 

26 J 11 j 
27J12; 
28J13! 
29 14 



9 11 34 
1 0*31 

1 24 

2 15 

3 2 

3 48 

4 33 
5 
6 

6 46 

7 34 

8 ii 

9 10 
j 9 59 

! 10 50 



9 



538 
637 

7 24 

Sets 
6c2 9 
7 49 
9 3 

10 16 

11 28 
7 j ikfer* 
1 1 o 35 

I 41 



49I 

1 4i 

2 27 

3 i° 

348 

4 26 

5 c 

5 35 

6 11 

6 54 

7 44 



2 TI 

2 48 

3 25 

4 2 

4 40 

5 19 

6 4 

6 54 

7 55 
9 8 

10 29 

11 47 
o 
1 
2 
2 



s©oon. 



Zv/// 7!cfoc« — Sunday 1. 

44ZX. pait 9 evening. 
Laftqu&rccr — Monday 9. 

4jw. piit 7 morning. 
A'<?td Moon — Monday 16. 

6fn. part 1 morning. 
Firft quarter— Mond. 23. 

*a«. palt l evening. 
Full Moon — Tuelday 31. 

9«*. pait 2 evening." 



To Gardeners, \l?j. 

19 I 
/- . In mild weather fow early 

I peafe and bean.*: alfo ra- t 
5 j dilhes, crefiVs, and lettuces, { 
49 j on warm borders. Continue \ 
„_ I to pUat frui: & foreit tre:^, | 
1 thorns, and hardy ihn:ns in j 
8 j open weather, fruae apple, i 
& plum tree<. ' 



pear, z. 
1 Ridge up rUon^ i'oii to me- 
I Horace with the frott. Cut 



frott is haril. 



2 46 J 8 55 

3 47 10 18 

4 41! ft 3° 

1 o 1 
50 



6 1 



3o| 15! 11 39 R'f"-\ 
31:16,12 J8| 5 e%\ 



1 34| 

2 II i 



5 53 ditches and make drains, 1 

6 32 and wheel du.ig when the 

7 I" 

8 17 

9 33 

I0 r5 ■■ R':-:r Tweed of ens 

_^_ - m n;'.. : 

27 r 

1 1;, 

1 51 j 

2 SO I 



FEBRUARY xxv 


in Days. 


b 


b 




Sun 


Sun 


Sun's 


For 




<| 


KALENDAR, 


r'ifes. 


fets. 


declin. 


Dials 






Sundays, Holidays, tSfc. 






South. 


fub- 
tract 








HM 


HM 


D.M. 


M.S. 


i 


w 


St BHdgct 


7 58 4 31 


17 7 


13 58 


2 


Tii 


Candlemas, or Purific.VjVi. 


7 56 4 33 


16 50 


14 6 


3 


Fr 


- 


7 54,4 35 


16 33 


14 12 


4 


Sa 


- 


7 52 


4 37 


16 15 


14 18 


5 


Su 


Sexagejima Sunday 


7 50 


4 38 


15 57 


14 23 


6 


M 


5 St Agatha 


7 48 


4 4o 


15 39 


14 27 


7 


Tu 


- 


7 47 


4 43 


15 20 


14 31 


8 


W 


- 


7 45 


4 46 


15 1 


14 33 


9 


Th 


- 


7 43 


4 48 


14 42 


14 35 


IO 


Fr 


- 


7 4i 


4 50 


i4 23 


14 36 


ii 


Sa 


- 


7 38 


4 52 


14 3 


14 37 


12 


Ss 


Sbroi>e Sunday 


7 36 


4 55 


13 43 


14 3 6 


13 


M 


14 Valentihe,B. 


7 34 


4 57 


13 23 


14 35 


14 


Tu 


Sir eve Tuefday 


7 32 


4 59 


13 3 


14 33 


15 


W 


AJh Wednefday 


7 29 


5 1 


12 42 


14 3° 


16 


Th 


ii 


7 26 


5 3 


12 22 


14 27 


17 


Fr 


" 


7 24 


5 5 


12 1 


14 23 


18 


Sa 


" 


7 22 


5 7 


11 40 


14 18 


19 


Su 


1/? Sunday in Lent 


7 19 


5 10 


11 18 


14 12 


20 


M 


* 


7 17 


5 12 


10 $7 


14 6 


21 


Tii 


- 


7 15 


5 14 


10 35 


13 59 


22 


W 


- 


7 12 


5 17 


10 13 


13 52 


23 


Th 


- 


7 10 


5 »9 


9 52 


13 43 


24 


Fr 


Duhe of Cambridge lorn 


7 8 


5 21 


9 29 


13 34 


*5 


Sa 


24 St Matthias 


7 5 


5 23 


9 7 


13 25 


26 


Su 


id Sunday in Lent 


7 2 


5 25 


8 45 


13 15 


27 


M 


- 


7 


5 27 


8 22 


13 4 


y 28 


Tu 


m «■ 


6 57 


5 29 


8 


12 53 



February (1809) begins on Wednesday. 



Sun enters Pilccs Saturday Ftl>. 1 8. Otr . vajl 12 evening. 



b g \Moon 
x; l | ; Sw/£ 
5^ ! fc Morn 

I °§ H.M. 

i 17 o 28 

1 17 

2 6 

2 S5 

3 46 

4 3^ 

5 32 

6 28 

: 26 

8 24 

11 2;; 9 22 

12 . i3. 10 19 
1 I > 

1 13 29 11 13 j 



z iX 

3 **! 
4! 20 | 

6 J22; 

8 H 

9 -- 

10 1 26* 



Jl'Toon 

rrfes. 

Ei' en. 

!h.m. 

6 18 

7 34 

8 53 
10 ij 

« 35 

55 

2 i;, 



i2Vj/> IVater 

at Eel to. 

Morn Even. 

H.M. I FLM. 

2 49 



3 7 

3 43 

4 21 

5 o 
5 44 
631 

7 3° 

8 46 
9 -9 10 13 



3 26 

4 2 , 

4 40 
c 22 

6 7 

7 o 
3 4 



090011* 

Laft quarter — luefd. 7. 
lj/.v. palt 4. eveiiiiig. 

NewSfloon — Tuefday 14. 
im. pail 2 ev.ning. 

Firffc quart-r — Wed. 22. 
3///. pjit 11 morning. 



r* 30 

15 I * 

16 2 



i 1 " 


3, 


18 


< 


19 


j! 


20 


6 ; 


21 


?i 


22 


ft 


23 


9 


24 


10 


25 \ 


11 


26 j taj 


47 "«i 


M 

1 j 


141 

! 



e 4 

X39J 

2 25 I 

3 10 j 

3 55' 

4 49 

5 26 

6 14 

7 2 

7 ^o 

8 39 

9 29 
10 18 



4 26 10 55 11 33 

5 17' 

5 58 

6 30 

6 55 
/■/,. 
7'5.4 

9 5 
ro 16 



11 25 
Morn 

c 29 

1 3* 

2 29 1 

3 J 9' 



37 

1 27 

2 10 

2 49 

3 24 

3 55 

4 27 

4 59 

5 3'- 

6 9 

6 551 





1 3 

1 50 I 

2 33 ! 

3 8-j 

3 40 

4 13 

4 44 

5 - T 5 
J 49 

6 3a 
1 16 



9 3-1*° 



4 3 10 46 11 22 



4 4-1 1 II 53 I 

5 13 O 20. O 43 

5 3 .• I 6 j 1 26 



Make hot In-ds for cqcnnj- [ 
hers & mejons — Sow more 
i>eafe and beans, alio muf 
tard, crelle-, radilhes, let- 
tuces-, and pariley — A few 
cabbage & fivoy reeds inay 
be fowu about the middle 
or end of the month. Sow 
fpiriace from this time e- 
v t;. tliri-. l or four weeks. — 
Prepare^ground for onions 
and drlier roots. 



Hate burning evJs on 
the i-j'h. 



A 3 







MARCH xxxi 


Days. 






£l 


b J 




Sun 


Sun 


iS#« j- 


Fer 


* 

1 




KALENDAR, 


rifts. 


fits. 


dedin. 
South. 


Dials 
fub- 


a 


h- 


Sunday j. Holidays, &£• 








tract 


&. 






hm 


HM 


D.M. 


M.S. 


! i 


W 


St David 


655 


5 32 


7 37 


12 41 


i 2 


Th 


St Adrian B. M. 


653 


5 34 


7 14 


12 29 


1 3 


Fr 


- 


6 50 


5 36 


651 


12 l6 


4 


Sa 


- 


6 47 


5 38 


6 28 


12 3 


5 


Su 


3d Sunday in Lent 


6 45 


5 40 


6 5 


11 49 


6 


M 


- 


6 42 


5 42 


5 42 


11 35 


1 


Tu 


Shorteft Twilight 


6 39 


5 44 


5 19 


II 2C 


8 


W 


- 


6 37 


5 46 


4 55 


II i 


9 


Th 


- 


6 34 


5 49 


4 32 


10 5c 


IO 


Fr 


- 


6 32 


5 5i 


4 9 


10 33 


ii 


Sa 


Court of Seffion rifcs 


6 29 


5 S3 


3 45 


10 i<; 


12 


Su 


Mid Lent Sunday 


6 26 


5 55 


3 21 


IO 1 


n 


M 


12 St Gregory M. 


6 24 


5 51 


258 


9 4C 


14 


Tu 


- 


6 21 


5 59 


2 34 


9 25 


J 5 


W 


- 


6 18 


6 1 


2 11 


9 M 


16 


Th 


- 


6 16 


6 3 


1 47 


8 55 


17 


Fr 


St Patrick 


6 14 


6 5 


1 23 


8 37 


18 


Sa 


- 


6 ir 


6 7 


59 


8 2C 


19 


Su 


$tlj Sunday in Lent 


6 8 


6.9 


56 


8 1 


Uo 


M 


St Cuthbert 


6 6 


6 11 


12 


7 4h 


121. 


Tu 


St Benedict 


6 3 


6 13 


12 n 


7 V 


| 22 


W 


- 


6 


6 15 


35 


7 3 


*3 


Th 


- 


5 58 


6 17 


59 


6 4^ 


124 


Fr 


- 


5 55 


6 1.9 


I 23 


6 3c 


hi 


Sa 


Annunciation, or Lady Day 


5 5» 


6 21 


I 46 


6 ii 


j 2.6- 


Su 


Palm Sunday 


5 5° 


6 23 


2 IO 


5 5: 


\*7 


M 


- <u 


5 47 


6 25 


2 33 


5 35 


28. 


Tu 


s 


5 44 


6 27 


2 57 


5 K 


u 


W 


- 


5 42 


6 29 


3 20 


4 5/ 


30 


Th 


- 


5 40 


631 


3 43 


4 3! 


[31 


Fr 


* Cooi Frfdav 


5 37 


6 33 


4 7 


4 2C 



; 


March (1809) begins gn Wedn-e«DAY. 




Sun enters Aries Tuesday Manh IX. %m. pajl o morriMg. 




s 


ft 


Moon' Moon | //.'V/j W«to 






,c- 


.W/>. 


fits. utLeM. 






<^ 


^ , 


Even. 


Morn Morn Even. 


Sgloon, 






n> 1 


H.M 


II. M ; H.M 


H.M 




I 


15 


11 58 


5 53 1 * 46 


2 6 


Full Moon— Thurfday 2. 




2 


16 


ikfor// 


rifis] 


2 26 


2 44 


57«. patt 3 morning. 
Laft quarter — WVdnef.8. 




3 


17 


48 


7*56 


3 3 


3 23 


41/w. paft ii evening. 




4 


!!' 


I 40 


9 19 


3 42 


4 2 


New Moon — Thurfd. 16. 




5 


19 


2 33 


10 41 


4 22 


4 44 


\S m - pali 4 morning. 




6 


:c 


3 27 


» 55 


5 5 


5 27 


Firft quarter — Friday 24. 




- 


21 


4 2;, 


ATer/i 


5 49 


6 15 


I2a* paft 7 morning. 




8 


22 


5 21 


1 y 


6 43 


7 14 


Full Moon — Friday 31. 
147s. palt 3 evening. 




9 


^3 


6 19 


2 21 


7 5i 


8 30 






10 
11 


24 


7 16 

8 12 


3 13 

3 56 


9 14 
10. 42 


9 59 
11 18 










12 


26 


9 5 


4 3° 


11 52 









*3 


*! 


9 57 


4 57 


19 


46 


Sow full crops of peafe 
and beans every fortnight, 




14 


28 


ro 45 


5 21 


1 8 


1 27 


for a fucceuion ; low onions, 




15 


29 


11 :-,2 


5 42 


1 46 


2 4 


leeks, carrot turnips, parf- 




16 


1 


oii8 


fits. 


2 22 


2 38 


nips, &c. alfo moft of the 














hardy flower feeds. — Plant 




17 


2 


1 5 


8m 


2 55 


3 13 


out cabbages and favovs;— 




18 


3 


1 48 


9 7 


3 27 


3 4i 


finifh planting all kinds nf 




19 


4 


a 34 


10 16 


3 57 


4 12 


fruit and foreit trees Lk fore 
the end of the month. — 




2C 


5 


3 20 


11 19 


4 28 


4 45 


Tranfplant all kinds ufl'weet 




21 


6 


4 6 


Morn 


5 1 


5 18 


herbs. — Itfake bo:: edpin^s. 




22 


7 


4 54 


O 17 


5 3* 


5 57 

6 48 


Plant potatoes. Graft fruit 
trees. Plant ftrawberries.— 




- 


8 


1 5 42 


I II 


6 20 


Sow cauliflower, broccoli, 




M 


9 


; 6 31 


1 57 


7 18 


7 54 


cabbages, favovs, and afpa- 




%5 


10 


7 18 


2 47 


8 34 


9 16 


ragus. Plant artichokes and 
















2fparagus, gooftberric*, cur- 




26 


11 


8 7 


3 10 


10 


10 37 


rants, and rafpberries. 




27 


12 


8 56 


3 39 


11 10 


11 40 






28 


13 


9 45 


4 3 




6 






29 


14 


10 36 


4 27 


31 


53 






30 


15 


11 28 


4 49 


1 16 


1 38 






51 


1* 


1IM2 


5 12 


1 57 


219 





APRIL xxx 


» ■ ,j — 

Days. 


b 


> 




Sun 


S/tn 


iS//« j 


For 


o 


Q 


KALEKDAR, 


nfs. 


fets. 


i declin. 


1 Dials 


| 




Sundays, Holidays, life. 






north. 


! M 

j tract 








HM 


HM 


Id.m. 


\ M.S. 


i 


| Sa 


- 


5 34 


6 35 


4 3° 


i '4 2 


i 


! Su 


F.afler Sunday 


5 31 


6 37 


4 53 


j 3 43 


3 


■ M 


Rajlfr Monday 


5 28 


6 39 


5 16 


i 3 25 


4 


1 T » 


Softer Tuefday 


5 26 


6 41 


5 39 


3 7 


5 


W 


4 StArr.brofe 


5 24 


6 44 


6 2 


2 49 


6 


Th 


- 


5 21 


6 46 


6 24 


2 31 


7 


Fr 


- 


5 18 


6 48 


6 47 


2 14 


8 


Sa 


- 


5 16 


650 


7 9 


I J/ 


9 


Su 


Lqiv Sunday 


5 14 


6 52 


7 32 


I 40 


10 


M 


- 


5 11 


6 54 


7 54 


I 23 


ii- 


Tu 


- 


5 2 


6 56 


8 i5 


1 7 


12 


W 


- 


5 6 


658 


8 38 


50 


i3JTh 


- 


5 3 


7 


9 


35 


14 


Fr 


- 


5 ° 


7 2 


9 22 


19 


15 


Sa 


St Maude 


458 


7 4 


9 43 


4 


16 


#* 


2d Stlnday after E after 


4 5 6 


7 6 


10 4 


aA/ii 


i7 


M 


St Donan 


4 53 


7 8 


10 26 


25 j 


18, 


Fu 


- 


4 5° 


7 9 


10 47 


39 j 


19 | 


W 


Alphege 


4 48 


7 n 


11 g 


53 j 


20 


Th 


- 


4 46 


7 14 


11 281 


1 6 


21 \ 

1 


Fr 


- 


4 44 


7 16 


11 49,' 


1 19 


22; 


Sa 


- 


4 41 


7 17 


12 9 


1 32 


n i 


Su 

i 


3</ Sunday after Eajler 


4 38 


7 19 


12 29 


I 44 


24 


M 


23 St George 


4 3 6 


7 21 


12 49 


1 53 


25 


Tu 


St Mark 


4 34 


7 24 


13. 9 1 


2 7 


26 


W 


25 Princcfs Mary bom 


4 3.? 


7 26| 


13 28 j 


2 17 


27 


Th 


- 


4 29I 


7 28 


13 47; 


3 28 


28 


Fr 


■ - 


4 26 


7 29 


14 6 


2 37 


29 


Sa 


- 


4 24 


7 3i | 


14 25 j 


2 47 


.1° 


Su 


4fl> Sunday after Eiper 


4 22] 


7 33 ; 


14 44! 


2 55 



April (1809) begins on Saturday. 

Sun enters Taurus Thurfday April 20. 34?;/. pajl O evening. 



t\t 


Moon 


Moon 


High Water 


1 


S 


fouth. 


rifes. 


at Leith. 


A 


Morn 


Even. 


Morn 


Even. 


I 




H.M. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


1 


17 


20 


8 17 


2 40 


3 3 


2 


18 


1 16 


9 42 


3 24 


3 45 


3 


*9 


2 14 


11 


4 5 


4 28 


4 


2C 


3 13 


morn. 


4 5i 


5 15 


5 


21 


4 12 


10 


5 40 


6 6 


6 


22 


5 11 


1 9 


6 35 


7 6 


7 


23 


6 8 


1 56 


7 4o 


8 T 7 


8 


24 


7 2 


2 32 


8 58 


9 40 


9 


25 


7 54 


3 2. 


10 18 


10 53 


10 


26 


8 42 


3 26 


11 23 


11 50 


11 


27 


9 29 


3 47 





16 


12 


28 


10 15 


4 8 


40 


1 1 


13 


29 


11 


4 27 


1 18 


1 37 


14 


30 


11 44 


4 47 


1 54 


2 11 


15 


I 


0^29 


/**. 


2 27 


2 44 


16 


2 


1 15 


()e 7 


3 


3 15 


17 


3 


2 2 


IO 9 


3 3 1 


3 47 


ft 


4 


2 48 


II 2 


4 3 


4 19 


19 


5 


3 36 


II 52 


4 38 


4 55 


4o 


6 


4 24 


morn. 


5 14 


5 3« 


21 


7 


5 12 


34 


5 59 


6 24 


22 


X 


5 58 


1 9 


651 


7 21 


»3 


9 


6 4* 


I 3« 


7 58 


8 35 


24 


10 


j 7 34 


2 5 


9 13 


9 51 


25 


11 


I 8 23 


2 28 


10 25 


10 56 


26 


12 


j 9 13 


2 51 


11 29 


11 54 


2" 


13 


fiQ 5 


i 3 12 




19 


28 


14 


I105? 


3 34 


45 


1 9 


-', 


y 


tt # 


4 * 


1 32 


1 1S1 


.1'- 


3' 


liiie 


1 W/--T. 


2 21 


1 2 45 



Laft quarter — Friday 7. 

56*7?. paft 7 morning. 
Nerv Moon— Friday 14. 

44ot. pall 7 evening. 
FirfL quarter — Sund. 23 

1 im. part o morning. 
Full Moon — Sunday 30. 

15m. part o morning. 



With the farmer and par- 
dener this is the butieft 
month in the whole year ; 
for now whatfoever you 
have a mind toplantorfow, 
the earth is flt to receive. 
— Sow fallads every fort- 
night. Tranfplant lettuces. 
Sow endive, purflane, and 
celeTy ; — hoe and earth up 
peafe and beans, and fow 

more to fncceed. Sow 

French beans in dry wea- 
ther. Tranfplant cauliflow- 
ers. — Sow pot and fweet 
herbs. Continue to plant 
potatoes. Keep clear of 
weeds. Plant evergreens in 
moift weather, all kinds of 
flowering fhrubs and herba- 
ceous plants. — Clear gravel 
walks; make edgings of box 
and thrift. Thin turnips, 
carrots, onions, &c. Water 
new-planted trees, &c. in 
dry weather. 



MAY xxxi Days. 




& 




Sun 


Sun 


Sun's 


For 




<* 


' KALENDAR, 


rifes. 


fets. 


declin. 
north. 


Dials 

add 


c 1 


S. 


Sundays, Holidays, life. 










T 






HM 


HM 


D.M. 


M.S. 


I 


M 


St Philip \3 'Si James 


4 20 


7 35 


15 2 


3 3 


3 


Tu 


- 


4 18 


7 38 


15 20 


3 11 


3 


W 


Invention of the Crofs 


4 16 


7 4o 


15 38 


3 18 


4 


Th 


No Night 


4 14 


7 42 


15 55 


3 25 


■ 5 


Fr 


6 Duciefs of York born 


4 « 


7 44 


16 13 


3 3i 


6 


Sa 


St John Evan&elift 


4 8 


7 46 


16 30 


3 36 


7 


Su 


5/Z1 Sunday -after Etfier, or 


4 6 


7 48 


16 46 


3 4i 


8 


M 


Rogation Sunday 


4 4 


7 5° 


17 3 


3 45 


9 


Tu 


- 


4 2 


7 52 


17 19 


3 49 


10 


W 


- 


4 *> 


7 54 


17 35 


3 5i 


n 


Th 


Aft en f on or Holy Yhurfday 


3 58 


7 56 


17 5i 


3 54 


13 


Fr 


Court of Scffion fits 


3 56 


7 57 


18 6 


3 56 


13 


Sa 


- 


3 54 


7 59 


18 21 


3 57 


14 


Su 


Sunday after Afenfen 


3 52 


8 i 


18 36 


3 58 


lj 


M 


- 


3 50 


8 3 


18 50 


3 58 


16 


Tu 


- 


3 49 


8 5 


19 5 


3 57 


17 


W 


Prlncefi of Wales horn 


3 47 


8 7 


19 18 


3 56 


18 


Th 


General Affembly fits 


3 45 


8 8 


19 3i 


3 55 


19 


Fr 


Sguesa Charlotte Urn, 1744 


3 43 


8 10 


19 44 


3 52 


20 


Sa 




3 41 


8 12 


19 57 


3 50 


21 


Su 


JVhitfunday 


3 40 


8 13 


20 10 


3 46 


22 


M 


Princefs Elizabeth horn 


3 38 


8 15 


20 22 


3 43 


*3 


Tu 


- • 


3 37 


8 17 


20 33 


3 38 


24 


W 


m m 


3 35 


8 18 


20 45 


3 34 


25 


Th 


- 


3 34 


8 20 


20 $6 


3 28 


26 


Fr 


- 


3 33 


8 22 


21 6 


3 23 


27 


Sa 


Venerable Bede 


3 32 


8 23 


21 17 


3 17 


28 


Su 


Trinity Sunday 


3 3° 


8 25 


21 27 


3 10 j 


29 


M 


* King Ch'arles II. reflated 


3 29 


8 26 


21 36 


3 3| 


3° 


Tu 


- 


3 28 


8 27 


21 45 


2 55; 


.3 1 


W 


- 


3 26 


8 29 


21 £4 


2 47 



10 



May (1809) begins on Monday. 


Sun enters Gemini Sunday May 21. 5<$m.pa.Jl O evening. 


t; 


^ 


Moon 1 Moon 


! #^ 


Heater 




<•> 


foidb. 
Marn 


rises. 

Even. 


\ Mori 


.eitb. 

Even. 


£@com 




Bg 


HM. 


HM. 


H M. 


H M. 




I 


I? 


56 


9 52 


3 8 


3 33 


Laft quarter — Saturd. 6. 
9». palt 3 evening. 


2 


18 


1 53 


10 58 


3 55 


4 19 


New Moon — Sunday 14. 


3 


19 


3 


11 52 


4 43 


5 7 


47/w. paltn morning. 


4 


20 


4 


morn. 


5 3i 


5 57 


Firft quar'er — Mond.22. 


i 


21 


4 56 


33 


6 24 


6 5* 


38^. pad 1 evening. 


6 


22 


5 5° 


1 5 


7 25 


7 55 


Full Moon — Monday 29. 
iw.pait 8 morning. 


I 


*3 


6 40 


1 3 1 


8 29 


9 2 




*4 


7 27 


1 53 


9 43 


10 12 




9 


25 


8 13 


2 13 


13 45 


11 13 


Now keep every bit of 


10 


26 


8 58 


2 33 


11 43 





your ground clear of weeds; 


11 


27 


9 42 


*53 


6 


29 


thin out onions, turnips, car- 












„ i rots, fpinage.&c. Plant cu- 


12 


»8 


10 27 


3 14 


49 


I Q ' 

y 1 cumbers under handglafies; 


13 


?9 


11 12 


3 37 


1 28 


I 45 ' earth up celery ; fow full 


M 


1 


0<f 


fits. 


2 3 


2 20 ! crops of French beans; ftill 
. fo'.v lettuces, and tranf- 


15 


2 


45 


8cj8 


2 38 


2 C? • 

JJ ! plant thofe fown laft month . 


16 


3 


1 32 


9 49 


3 10 


3 28 J — fow cauliflower, favovs, 


V 


4 


2 20 


13 33 


3 45 


4 3 


and cabbages, for a late 


18 












crop, and tranfpiant thofe 


•5 


3 7 


11 10 


4 20 


4 39 


fown in March ; marrowfat 


19 


6 


3 55 


11 43 


4 59 


5 21 


and hotfpur peafe and Tur- 


JO 


7 


4 4i 


mom. 


5 4C 


6 3 


key b_-ans may be fown for 


« 


8 


528 


O 9 


6 29 


6 56 


the laft crop. — Nail young 
fkoots of wall-trees, and tie 


za 


9 


6 15 


O 32 


7 24 


7 57 


efpaliers. — Water, if dry 


23 


1: 


7 2 
7 5i 


t; 


8 29 


9 2 


weather, fruit trees lately 


- 


11 


I 13 


9 38 


10 14 


planted, and lay fhort grafs 
round the items, to pre- 


%5 


12 


8 43 


I 36 


10 48 


11 19 


ferve the rofcts ftom fcorch- 


< 


13 


9 39 


2 O 


11 50 





iag heat. Clip box edgings. 


27 


14 


10 37 


2 27 


19 


47 




28 


ij 


11 37 


rifes. 


1 14 


1 40 




20 


t6 


morn. 


8.38 


2 6 


2 31 




3° 


17 


O 4c 


9 39 


2- 57 


3 21 




3.1 1 


1 3 


I 43 


10 28 


3 45! 


4 9 





JUNE xxx D 


(VYS. 




b 


b 




Sun 


Sun 


Sun s 


For 


*• 


^ 


KALENDAR, 


rife. 


fits. 


declin. 


Dials . 


| 


2 


Sundays, Holidays, life. 






north. 


add 


& 






HM 


HM 


D.M. 


M.S. 


i 


Th 


Nicomcde 


3 25 


8 30 


22 3 


2 39 


2 


Fr 1 


- 


3 25 


8 32 


22 11 


2 30 


3 


Sa 


4 *KingGto.lILhorn i l%$ 


3 24 


8 33 


22 18 


2 21 


4 


Su 


ijl Sunday after Trinity 


3 23 


8 34 


22 26 


2 II 


5 


M 


Duke oj Cumberland born 


3 22 


8 35 


22 32 


2 I 


6 


Tu 


- 


3 21 


8 3^ 


22 39 


1 5° 


7 


W 


•' 


3 2o! 


8 37 


22 45 


1 40 


8 


Th 


- 


3 20 


8 38 


22 51 


1 28 


9 


Fr 


- 


3 19 


8 39 


22 56 


1 17 


l *o 


Su 


" 


3 18 


8 41 


23 I 


1 5 


ii 


u 


id Sunday .after Trinity 


3 i7 


8 42 


23 5 


o53 


12 


M 


11 St Barnabas ^ 


3i6 


8 43 


23 9 


41 


13 


'Fu 


- 


3 16 


8 44 


23 13 


29 


J l 


W 


- 


3 16 


8 44 


23 16 


16 


>5 


Th 


- 


3 16 


8 45 


23 19 


4 


16 


Fr 


- 


3 15 


8 45 


23 22 


fubt.9 


17 


Sa 


St Alban 


3 15 


8 46 


13 24 


22 


18 


S« 


3d Sunday after Trinity 


3 15 


8 46 


23 25 


35 


19 


M 


- 


3 15 


8 47 


23 27 


48 


,20 


Tu 


- 


3 15 


8 47' 


:23 27 


1 1 


* 


W 


Midfummer, or longeft day. 


3 i5 


8 47 


J23 28 


1 1.3 


23? 


Th 


- 


3 15 


8 48 


|23 28 


1 26 


; 2 -> 


i Fr 


- 


3 16 


8 48 


|23 27 


j 1 39 


2 4 


jSa 


St John Baptijt born 


3 16 


8 48 


23 26 


1 52 


25 


Su 


4?Ij Sunday after Trinity 


3 16 


8 47 


23 25 


! 2 5 


26 


M 


- 


3 17 


8 47 


23 23 


! 2 17 


47 


Tu 


- 


3 *7 


8 47 


23 21 


{ 2 3° 


28 


W 


" 


3 18 


8 47 


23 19 


1 2 42 


=9 


Th| 5/ P.^r 


3 19 


8 47 


23 1^ 


1 2 54 


3° 


Fr! 


1 3 ij 


8 4^ 


23 K 


1 3 6 



J- 



June (1809) begins on Thu rsday. 

Sun enters Cancer WcJnefJay jum 21. 44m. pa/I 9 evening. 



I 
2 

3 
4 
S\ 

6 

7! 
8 

9] 

IO I 

M 

1: 

I 1 - 
I 14 

15 

: 16 
I ^ 

19 
:: 
ti 

,j 



Moon 
foutb. 
Morn 
HM. 

2 43 

3 4i 

4 34 

5 24 

6 11 

6 56 

7 4i 

8 26 

9 11 

28 J 9 56 

29 j 10 42 

:? il »} 

I 



24 
25 
26 

a? 

|.-9 



Moon 
rife, 
Even. 
HM. 
11 5 
11 34 
11 59 
n:crn. 
O 21 

40 

1 O 
I 22 

1 44 

2 9 

2 39 

3 16 
/,/,. 

9**3 
9 47 

2 39 ; 10 14 

3 25 1 10 38 



if/V/j Water 

at Leith. 
Morn \ Even. 

hm.Ihm. 



0<*l8 

1 5 



4 55 

5 43 

6 33 

7 -4 

8 21 

9 25 



4 12 

4 58 

5 45 

6 34! 

7 25 

8 21 

9 iS 

10 19 

11 22 
r.orn. 

2' 

1 25 

2 22 



II O 

II 21 

II 41 

morn. 

3 3 

o 28 

a 57 

% 33 

223! 
3 -4i 
#U 

9.36; 

IO ?i 



4 31 1 

5 20 

6 9 

<f 

752 i 
3 52 j 

9 58', 10 30 

II 2 ! II 30 

11 :■-'• — 

I 2 

1 41 J 

2 19; 

2 53| 

3 29 1 

4 4 

4 42 

5 21! 

6 6 
6 « 



Laft quarter — Mond. 5. 

15^. pait 1 morning. 
Xc-lc Moon — Tuefday 13. 

29»2. pait 3 morning. 
Firfl quarter — 1 uefd. 20. 

46-w. pait 11 evening. 
Full Moon— Tuefday 27. 

56//?. pait 2 evening. 



42 

1 22 

2 o 
a 36 



A few early pe?.fe and 
beans may be fown in the 
beginning of the month, 
for a late crop. 

Tranfplant celery, endive, 

and lettuces; low feeds for 

fallad every eight or ten 

12 I days, alio full crops of tur- 

ai nip, both velloW and white; 



41 1 nip, both v 

1 2- ! - pIarit ' 

4 a O flnvvcr. : 



flower, and favnys. Gather 



5 42 

6 29 



/ -.I 

8 26 
38 



9 
ic 

• i 
o 28-j 

1 26 ' 
22c! 



o ■ and dry fwect and pot 
lierbs as they come to 
bloom. Sow beetrave, white 
and green beet; hoe beans 
and peafe, top the former, 
and ftitk the latter. Plajit 
out lee'us and brocoli. — 
Train wall-trees and efpa- I 
JO . licr«. — Secure new-planted j 
-- I trees agairtft wind, and wa 
id them in dry weather. 



4 1; 



'JULY xxxi Days. 








Sun 


Sun 


Sun's 


For 






KALENDAR, 


rifs. 


fit*. 


dailin. 


Dials 


ft 


■^ 


Sundays t Holidays ■, \ffc. 






north. 


fab- 


s. 


i^. 










tract 








"I-LM 


HM 


D.M. 


M.S. 


I 


Sa 


Batrle of the JBoyne 


3 20 


8 46 


23 9 


3 I* 


% 


Su 


$tb Sunday after Trinity 


3 21 


8 45 


23 5 


3 29 


3 


M 


2Vifitation of the V? Mary 


3 22 


8 44 


23 1 


3 4o 


4 


Tu 


St Martin 


3 23 


844 


22 55 


3 5i 


5 


W 


- 


3 24 


8 43 


22 50 


4 2 


6 


Th 


- 


3 25 


8 42 


22 44 


4 12 


7 


Fr 


Thomas a Beckct 


3 26 


8 41 


2238 


4 22 


8 


Sa 


- 


3 28 


8 41 


22 31 


4 32 


9 


Su 


6th Sunday after Tr unity 


3 29 


8 40 


22 25 


4 41 


10 


M 


- 


3 3o 


8 39 


22 17 


4 5o 


ii 


Tu 


Court of Scffion rifes 


3 3i 


8 38 


22 IO 


4 59 


12 


W 


11 Royal Burghs meet 


3 32 


8 37 


22 1 


5 7 


J 3 


Th 


- 


3 34 


8 36 


21 S3 


5 14 


14 


Fr 


- 


3 35 


8 34 


21 44 


5 22 


15 


Sa 


St Swithin 


3 36 


%33 


21 35 


528 


16 


Su 


Jth Sunday after Trinity 


3 38 


8 32 


21 25 


5 35 


i" 


M 


- 


3 40 


831 


21 16 


. 5 4o 


18 


Tu 


St Thcnna. 


3 4i 


8 3° 


ar 5 


5 45 


19 


W 


- 


3 43 


8 28 


20 55 


5 50 


20 


Th 


St Margaret 


3 44 


8 27 


20 44 


5 54 


21 


Fr 


- 


3 46 


825 


20 32 


5 57 


22 


Sa 


St Mary Majrdalene 


3 47 


8 24 


20 21 


6 c 


^3 


Su 


%th Sunday after Trinity 


3 49 


8 22 


20 9 


6 2 


24 


M 


- 


3 5o 


820 


19 56 


6 4 


*5 


Tu 


St Janes 


3 52 


8 19 


19 43 


6 5 


26 


W 


St Anne 


3 54 


8 17 


19 30 


6 6 


2 7 |Th 


- 


3 56 


815 


19 17 


6 6 


28 j Fr 


- 


3 57 


8x3 


19 3 


6 5 


29 


Sa 


- 


3 59 


8 it 


1849 


6 4 


30 


5;/ 


g.'/j Sunday rftcr Trinity 


4 1 


8 10 


18 35 


6 2 


3i 


M 


4 3 


8 8 


18 Sli 5 5 r v 



1 1 



July (1809) begins on Saturday. 

Sun enters L.eo Sunday "jus* 23. 42.'.*. pa/I 8 morning 



:i 
.2 
3 

*1 
- T ." 
i5 

*7l 

19 ! 
20 1 

:i ! 

22| 

*3 

24 

2s 

26 

29 1 
31 



Morn 

HM. 

3 14 

4 4 
4 52 
J 3$j 
6 2;,' 



7 8 

7 53 

8 40 

9 26 

10 14 

11 2 
11 50 

CO 7 

1 24 

2 10 

M 

3 44 
43* 
5 21 



i3|" 



14 morn. \ 

y o y 

10 1 p 

*7j I 53 j 

18 2 43j 

^91 3 31 

B2 



AfoO* 


| Big* 


#'.-//«• 1 


r«y esl 


at Lclih. 


Even. 


Morn 


i^-^.j 


HM. 


mm. 


! H M. ! 


10 25 


4 59 


| 5 20 


10 46 


5 40 


J 6 


11 7 


623 


I 6 46I 


11 28 


7 9 


1 7 34 


11 49 


8 2 


' 8 *6 

j* 


mora. 


9 6 


9 39 


13 


10 15 


10 49 


43 


II 20 


11 49 


i id 




c 14 


1 53 


38 


1 1 


2 47 


I 21 


1 40 


3 42 


1 59 


2 18 


fets. 


*>5 


2 52 


%eA5 


3 " 


3 27 


9 7 


3 45 


4 3 


9 29 


4 22 


4 42 


9 49 


5 


5 20 


IO II 


5 42 


6 5 


Ic 33 


6 30 


6 5* 1 


11 


7 2C 


7 56] 


11 31 


8 32 


9 8J 


morn. 


9 5° 


10 30 1 


O 13 


11 7 


n 44 j 


1 7 





c 16 


2 12 


6 47 


115 


326 


I 41 


2 5 


4 48 


2 29 


2 5° 


r*M. 


3 13 


3 23 


8." 5 1 


3 53 


4 12 


9 12 


4 31 


4 50 ] 


9 32 


S 8 


5 28 1 



Gjoom 



Lafl quarter — Tuefd. 4. 

53v:. paft 1 evening. 
iV/fw Moon — Wed. 12. 

5**. palt 6 evening'. 
Firft quarter— Thrrf, 2c. 

l8w. paft 7 morning. 
Full Moon— Wednei 26. 

;»?. paft io evening. 



Plant leek*, fa^oys, cab- 
bages, and brocoli for 
•winter, alio fome more 
cauliflower for autumn ; — 
fovv turnips, onions, carrots 
turnip - radilh, winter lpi- 
nage, kidney beans, en- 
dive, &C. Fill all vacant 
ground vith the above. — 
Tranfplant celery. To- 
wards the end plant fvveet 
herb' — Water in dry wea- 
ther, always in the even- 
ings- — Keep wall-tree? and 
efpaliers in good order. 

Dung and dig ground 
for full crops of cal)bat;e- 
and greens to be planted 
next month. 



Dog days begin on the ysih. 



AUGUST xxx] 


Days. 


K. . 


& 




Sun 


•S«« 5^«'j 


.For 


<! 


'-* 


KALENDAH, 


-ifes. 


fets. declin. 


Dials 




*^ 


Sundays, Holidays, c J?c. 






lorth. 


fubtr. 








HM 


HM 


D.M. 


M.S. 


i 


Tu 


Lammas day. 


4 5 


8 6 


r8 6 


5 56 


% 


W 


- 


4 6 


8 4 


l 7 5° 


5 53' 


3 


Th 


-; 


4 8 


8 2 


17 33 


5 48 


4 


Fr 


a — 


4 10 


8 0J17 19 


5 44 


5 


Sa 


" 


4 12 


7 58 


17 3 


5 38 1 


6 


Su 


ICtL Sunday after Trinity \ 


4 14 


7 56 


16 47 


5 33 


7 


M 


6 TransfiguratianofChri.fi 


4 15 


7 53 


16 30 


5 *6| 


8 


Tu 


7 Name of Jefus 


4 17 


7 5i 


16 13 


5 *9| 


9 


W 


7 Pxincefs Amelia horn 


4 19 


748 


15 56 


5 in 


IO 


Th 


St I .aurence 


4 22 


7 46 


15 39 


5 3 


ii 


Fr 


Duchefs of Brv.nfivick horn 


4 24 


7 44 


15 21 


4 54 


12 


Sa 


* Prince of Wales horn ^"jdl 


4 26 


7 4^ 


15 3 


4 45 


13 


Ss 


llt/j Stinday after Trinity 


4 28 


7 4c 


14 45 


435 


14 


M 


- 


4 3° 


7 37 


14 27 


4 24 


15 


Tu 


Affumption of the V. Mary 


4 3* 


7 25 


14 8 


; 4 13 


16 


W 


Duke of York born 


4 34 


7 33- 


13 49 


4 2 


17 


Th 


- 


4 3 6 


7 3i 


13 2° 


3 50 


18 


Fr 


- 


43* 


728 


13 11 


3 37! 


19 


Sa 


- 


4 39 


7 35 


12 52 


3 *4 


. 20 


Su 


12t?j Sunday after Trinity 


4 41 


7 23 


12 3^ 


3 io| 


21 


M 


Duke of Clarence horn 


4 44 


7 21 


12 12 


256! 


22 


Tu 


- 


4 46 


7 19 


11 52 


2 41! 


23 


W 


- 


4 47 


7 16 


11 32 


2 26 ' 


24 


Th 


St Bartholomew 


4 49 


7 13 


11 11 


2 11 i 


2 5 


Fr 


- 


4 5i 


7 " 


10 51 


i55t 


26 


Sa 


- 


4 53 


7 9 


10 30 


1 38' 


• *7 


Sa 


ftth Sund. after Trinity 


4 55 


7 6 


10 9 


I 31 f 


28 


M 


St Auguftine 


4 57 


7 4 


9 48 


I 4 


. 29 


Tu 


St John Baptift beheaded 


4 55 


7 i 


9 2/ 


47 


3o 


W 


5 3 


65S 


9 5 


29 


3i 


Th 1 


5 : 


6 jtf 


1 8 44 


11 



16 



August (-1809) begins on Tuesday. 



San enters Virgo Wednefday Aug. 23. Am.paji 3 evening. 








1 




2 


21 


3 


22 


4 


*3 


5 


24 


6 


25 


7 


26 


8 


27 


9 


28 


10 


29 


n 


I 


12 


2 


13 


3 


14 


4 


*5 


5 


16 


6 


I 7 


/ 


18 


2 


19 


9 


20 


IC 


21 


11 


22 


12 


23 


13 


24 


14 


25 


jr 


26 


16 


2~ 


17 


:' 


18 


29 


19 


3° 


20 


O 1 


21 



fouib 

HM 



5 3 

5 49 

6 35 

7 22 

8 9 

8 50 

9 44 

10 32 

11 20 
oe 8 

55 

1 42 

2 29 

3 iS 

4 9 

5 3 

5 58 

6 55 

7 54 

8 54 

9 52 
10 47 
n 4c 

morn. 



2 55 

3 4i 

4 *o 



I Moon 

riles 

] H"M. 

9' 54 
10 18 

10 46 

11 18 
11 .56 
worn. 

41 

1 33 

2 33 

3 39 
fib 

7' 53 

7 55 

8 i5 

8 38 

9 4 
, 9 36 

10 12 
'10 59 
" 57 

mora. 

1 8 

2 23 

3 43 

7 f i5 
7 56 

7 59 

8 22 
8.8 

9 17 



l High 


0W I 


at Leith. 


Morn 


Even. 


5 44 


6 3 


6 23 


6 45 


7 9 


7 38 


8 8 


8 43 


9 22 


10 2 


10 42 


11 15 


11 45 






35 


?6 


1 10 


* 36 


1 54 


2 13 


2 32 


2 49 


3 7. 


3 24 


3 4i 


3 58 


4 18 


4 3* 


4 57 


5 17 


5 4= 


6 4 


6 30 


6 59 


7 3i 


8 8 


8 49 


9 33 


10 17 


10 57 


11 34 





c 7 


34 


1 


1 1 25 


1 46 


1 2 8 


2 29 


j 2 49 


3 7 


3 24 


3 42 


| 3 53 


4 15 


432 


4 5° 


5 5 


5 21 


! 5 40 


6 c 



Laft quarter — Thurfd.3. 

I4»?. paft 5 morning. 
Keiv Moon — Friday II. 

25/w. paft 7 morning. 
Firft quarter — Friday 18. 

n«. pift 1 evening. 
Full Moon — Friday 25. 

y^m. part 6 morning. 



Sow cabbages and all 
kinds of greens to (land 
through winter for p' ants 
in fpring; fow alio cabbage 
and Dutch lettuce on warm 
borders. Plant more bro- 
coli, cabbages, and greeiib. 
— About the middle low 
cauliflower, and prickly fpi- 
nage. Plant more and earth 
up celery. Ciean afpara- 
gus beds. If any feeds were 
omitted to be fown loft 
month, iinilh now. Gather 
onions, gar'.ick, and fhalot^, 
and . ;i fweet herbs. Begin 
to clio thorn hedges, and 
j.are thriit edgings. 



Shon'v^: of Groufe Irgins 
I the izih. 



Ci'.moti fiffikig ■ fti frr-h 
and Tey ends on the 16th. 



SEPTEMBER xxx Day: 



b 


b 
,0 


^ 

? 

* 




i 


Fr 


2 


Sa 


• 3 


Su 


4 


M 


5 


Tu 


6 


W 


7 


Th 


8 


Fr 


9 


Sa 


10 


5// 


ii 


M 


12 


Tu 


i.3 


W 


14 


Th 


*5 


Fr 


16 


.Sa 


*7 


Sa 


18 


M 


19. 


Tu 


20 


W 


21 


Th 


22 


Fr 


23 


Sa 


24 


Su 


25 


M 


26 


Tu 


27 


W 


28 


Th 


29 


Fr 


!3o 


Sa 



Calendar, 

Sundays, Holidays, \ 



St Giles 

London burnt, 1666 

14th Sun J. after 'Trinity 



Nativity of Virgin Mary 
15th Sund. after 'Trinity 



Moly Crofs 



l6tb Sunt!, after Trinity 
1 7 Lambert 



St Matthew 

* King George III. croivn- 

ed, 1 761 
T"th Sund. after Trinity 
23 Day and night equal 
St Cyprian 

29 Michaelmas 

^hieen of IVirtemierg born 

St "Jerome 

1% 



fs. 



HM 



5 34 
5 36 
5 3X 
5 40 
5 42 
5 44 
5 46 
5 4? 
5 50 
5 52 
5 54 
5 56 

5 58 

6 o 
6 2 



Sun 


Suns 


fets. 


dcclin. 




jwrih. 


HM 


D.M. 


6 54 


8 22 


6 51 


8 


6 48 


7 33 


6 46 


7 16 


6 44 


^ 54 


6 41 


6 31 


6 38 


6 9 


636 


5 46 


6 33 


5 24 


6 30 


5 1 


6 28 


4 38 


625 


4 15 


6 22 


3 52 


6 20 


3*29 


617 


3 6 


615 


2 43 


6 12 


2 20 


6 9 


1 57 


6 6 


1 33 


6 3 


1 10 


6 1 


47 


5 59 


23 


S 56 


fouth. 


5 S3 


24 


5 5o 


47 


5 47 


1 10 


5 45 


1 34 


5 43 


1 5/ 


5 40 


2 21 


5 37 


2 44 



September (1809) begins on Friday. 


Sun enters Libra Saturday Sept. 23. 1%m. pajl II morning. 




IvloOh | 


Moon 


High Water j 




/OK/ZJ 


rifts. 


«r Leith. 


spoon. 


Morn 


Even. 


Morn 


Even . 


Laft quarter— Friday 1. 




HM. 


HM. 


HM. 


HM. 


$im. paft 10 evening. 




5 15 


9 54 


6 25 


6 49 


Neiu Moon — Saturday 9. 


1 

2 23 


6 3 


10 36 


7 16 


7 49 


42;w. pait 7 evening. 
Firft quarter — Satur. 16. 


3 24 


6 49 


11 26 


8 30 


9 11 


3307. part 6 evening. 


4 25 


7 38 


morn. 


958 


10 35 


Full Moon — Saturday 23. 


5 26 


8 26 


--:, j 


11 8 


11 38 


17/w. puit 6 evening. 


6 27 


9 13 

10 1 


I 24 1 





2 




7 28 


2 32 1 


26 


48 


Transplant lettuce, cele- 


8 29 


10 49 


3 43 


1 9 


1 28 


ry, and endive. Look over 


9 5= 


11 36 


4 46 


1 47 


2 6 


fruit trees on walls and efpa- , 
liers, nail and tie all drag- 


10 1 


ce25 


jfcr. 


2 24 


2 42 


gling branches. — Prepare 


11 2 


1 15 


6e47 


3 1 


3 20 


ground foT planting fruit 


12 3 


2 5 


7 10 


3 38 


3 57 


trees. Plant ftrawberrie* and 


13 4 


2 59 


7 40 


4 18 


4 39 


box-edgings. — Tranfplant 
evergreens. — Clean and roll 


[M 5 


♦3 55 


8 15 


5 1 


5 25 


gravel walks. Dig vacant 


J 15 6 


4 5 1 


8 59 


5 49 


6 16 


borders. Deitroy grubs, 


i 16 1 


5 49 


9 53 


6 46 


7 20 


fnails,and caterpillars. 
Slip fibrous-rooted plants. 


1*7 8 


6-46 


10 56 


7 57 


8 39 




J18 9 


7 44 


morn. 


9 24 


10 7 




19 10 


8 39 


O 9 


10 44 


11 20 




20 11 


9 3i 


I 25 


11 48 





Partridge Shooting begins 


21 12 


10 22 


2 44 


17 


39 


on the ljl. 


22 13 


11 12 


4 1 


1 4 


1 25 




23 14 


11 59 


5 18 


1 46 


2 3 


Dog days end on the 5 th. 


24 15 


mom. 


rifes. 


»2 22 


2 40 




25 16 


47 


6/24 


2 56 


3 i° 




26 17 


I 33 


6 48 


3' 27 


3 43 


Hare Hunting begins on 


27 1? 


2 20 


7 18 


4 


4 17 


the 30//J. 


28 ic 


1 3 ^ 


7 5i 


4 31 


4 48 




29 2: 


> 3 SA 


8 38 


5 7 


5 26 




I-3P 2J 


. 4 42 


9 18 


5 47 


6 9 





L9 





j OCTOBER xx 


ei Days. 




I br 


b 




j Sun 


Suti 


Sun's 


For 




1 




KALENDAR, 


I rifes 


fets. 


declin. 
fcuth. 


Dials 
add 






*- 


Sundays, Holidays, life. 


















MM 


HM 


D.M. 


M.S. 




I 


Sa 


loth Su/id. after Trinity 


6 4 


5 35 


3 7 


10 16 




2 


M 


1 1 Remigius 


6 C 


5 32 


3 31 


10 35 




3 


Tu 


- 


6 8 


5 29 


3 54 


10 54 




4 


W 


- 


6 10 


5 27 


4 17 


11 12 




5 


1'h 




6 12 


5 24 


4 40 


ii 3c 




6 


.Fr 


Faith 


6 14 


5 21 


5 4 


11 4/ 




7 


Sa 


. 


6 16 


5 19 


5 27 


12 4 




8 


Sa 


1 9/ h Sand, after Trinity 


6 18 


5 17 


! 5 5° 


12 21 




9 


M 


St Denys 


6 20 


5 14 


6 13 


12 37 




10 


Tu 




1 6 2: 


5 « 


6 35 


12 53 




ii 


W 


Old Michaelmas 


\6 24 


5 9 


6 58 


13 2, 




J2 


Th 


- 


6 26 


5 6 


7 21 


13 23 




*$' 


Fr 


- 


6 28 


5 3 


7 43| 


13 38 




14 


Sa 


- 


6 jo 


r* 


8 6| 


*3 5i 




15 


S, 


IQ'.b Sand, after Trinity 


6 52 


459 


8 28 


14 5 




iG 


M 


- 


6 35 


4.0. 


8 50* 

1 


ifi'ia 




U 


Tu 




6 37 


4 54 


9 13 


14 30 


1 


18 


w| 


Si Lule 


6 391 


4 51 


9 34 ! 


14 41 




19 


Thl 


- 


6 41 j 


4 4o 


9 5f'N 53 


1 


20 


Fr 


- 


6 .43] 


4 46 


10 18 k's i 


! 


21 


3 a 


- 


6 45 i 


4 44 


10 39|i5 13] 


I 


22 



*>«■ 


IXAS.nd.afurTrhuty 


U47J 


4 42 


11 1 1 15 22 I 


i 


1.3 


M 


Irifh rebellion, 1641 


6 40- 


4 39 


11 22 | is 31 


j 


2 4 


Tu 


25 St Crhpiu 


6 51 


4 36 


II AT, \IK 28 j 

" 1 " 


| 


*5 


W 


"King George III. acceffion 


*53 


4 34 


12 4 15 45 


1 


26 


Th 


K.Geo. III. proclaimed, lj6o 


6 $6 


4 3 2 


12 2'J ! ] 


[5 52 




27 


Fr 


- 


6 58 


4 29 


12 45 j ' 


5 58 




28 


Sa 


St Simon \5f St Jude 


7 


4 27 


13 jfi<$ 2 




29 


Su 


22d Sund. after Trir.ity 


7 2 


4 25 


13 i r l 16 7 




30 


M 


- 


7 *| 


4 23 


13 45 j 16 10 


I 


31 1 


Tu 


- 


7 7' 


4 2C 


14 5 j 16 12 



October (1809) begins on SuifbAy. 




Sun enters Scorpio Mond, 


?V 0#. 23. iyn. pa ft 7 evening 


b 


| 


ATowj 


Jfcw/ 


J%6 JF/tor 




| 


fOuth. 

Mom 


ryes. 
Even. 


at Lc 

Mum 


lib. 
Epen. 


S^oon, 




:| 


H M; 


HE 


H M. 


HM. 


Laft garter— Sunday 1. 


1 


22 


5 3° 


10 11 


6 37 


7 9 


47»?. patt 5 evening. 


2 


25 


6i 7 


11 9 


7 4i 


8 22 

9 46 


New Moon— Monday 9. 
16m. pait 7 morning. 


3 


M 


7 4 


morn. 


9 4 


Firft quarter— Mond.16. 


4 


15 


7 52 


O 15 


10 24 


10 55 


45m. pait morning. 


5 


:6 


8 38 


I 22 


11 24 


11 50 


Full Man— Monday 23. 


6 


•27 


9 26 


a 35 




14 


56™. pa It 8 morning. 


7 


23 


10 14 


3 Jo 


34 


56 


Laft quarter— Tuefd.31. 


8 
9 


«9 

1 


" 3 
11 55 


5 8 

JctS. 


1 17 

1 57 


1 37 

2 17 


53*7. pait evening. 




10 


2 


0^49 


5*4° 


% 38 


258 


Towards the middle fow 


11 


3 


1 46 


6 13 


3 i9 


3 40 


early peafe and beans ; fo 


12 


4 


2 44 


6.55 


4 3 


4 24 


foon as they are two inches 
high, earth up. Plant out 


J 3 


5 


3' 43 


7 49 


4 47 


5 12 


early cabbages to cut in 


14 


6 


4 42 


851 


5 37 


6 6 


May. In this and the three 


15 


7 


5 4o 


10 1 


6 36 


7 10 


following months, dung, 


16 












dig, or trench all vacant 


i 8 


6 35 


11 16 


7 45 


8 27 


ground, to be ready for 


17 


! 9 


728 


mom. 


9 7 


9 48 


i'pring crops, letting none 


18 


lio 
i 


8 18 


O 32 


10 23 


10 57 


of the dung appear on the 
furface. Prune and nail fruit- 


19 


i" 


9 6 


I 49 


11 26 


11 52 


trees, and towards the end 


20. 


, i: 


; 9 54 


3 3 




17 


plant all kinds, as alio 


21 


; x 3 


10 41 


4 18 


40 


59 


goofeberries, currants, rafps 
and barberries, with lower- 


22 


I 14 


11 27 


5 30 


1 19 


1 37 


ing ihrubs, before froft lets 


23 


1*5 


morn. 


rjfc. 


1 51 


2 IC 


in: — All tranfplanted at 


! 4 ! 16 


O 13 


5'*7 


2 28 


2 44 


this feafon,will thrive better 
than later. 


25; i? 


I O 


5 49 


3 


! 3 17 




26J18 


I 48 i 6 27 


'3 33 


I 3 5° 




27J19 


2 36 7 10 


4 7 


| 4 22 


03. 10. The River Tweed 

dobs. 


i 28 j 2C 


3 23 


8 1 


4 40 


| 5 




29J2I 


4 11 


8 58 


h* 


, 5 42 




30 '.23 


l 4 5? 


9 59 


6 C 


: 63a 


i 
| 


' 31- 23! 544 n 4 


1 7 a 


1 « *» 


1 ' 



21 



NOVEMBER xxx Days. 


S 3 


b 




Sun 


Sun 


Sun's 


For 


'■3 




KALENDAR, 


rifes. 


fits. 


decliti. 


Dials 




s 

^ 


Sundays, Holidays, &&. 






fouth. 


add 


5. 






KM 


HM 


D.M. 


M. S. 


i 


w 


All Saints. 2 All Souls 


7 9 


4 18 


14 24 


l6 14 


2 


Th 


Dule of Kent lorn 


7 11 


4 16 


14 43 


16 is 


3 


Fr 


Prinafs Sophia lorn 


7 13 


4 14 


15 2 


16 15 


4 


Sa 


J *Gm Powder Plot, 160$ 


7 s6 


4 12 


15 21 


16 14 




Su 


2T,d Sj/ad, after Trinity 


718 


4 10 


15 40 


16 13 


6 


M 


StLecirari 


7 20 


4 8 


15 58 


16 10 


7 


fu 


-. 


7 21 


4 6 


l6 16 


16 7 


8 


W 


frfs. Augujfa Scthia Urn 


7 23 


4 4 


16 33 


16 3 


9 


Th 


- 


7 25 


4 ft 


16 51 


15 58 


f*Q 


Fr 


- 


7 27 


4 


17 8 


15 52 


in 


• Sa 


Marti imias 


7 29 


'3 58 


17 25 


15 46 


12 


Su 


2,4th Suku. after 'Trinity 


7 3i 


3 56 


17 41 


i5 3o 


u 


M 


Brit iu s 


7 33 


i54 


17 57 


15 30 


14 


Tu 


Court of Scfuon fits 


736 


3 53 


18 13 


15 21 


*i 


w 


Machutus 


7 38 


3 51 


18 29 


15 11 


x6 


Th 


- 


7 4C J 


3 49 


18 44 


15 , 


17 


Fr 


- 


7 42 


3 47 


18 59 


14 49 


18 


Sa 


- 


7 44 


3 45 


19 13 


14 if 


19 


3a 


25//' Sand, after Trinity 


7 47 


3 44 


19 27 


14 23 


20 


M 


Edmund K. ar.d Martyr 


7 49 


3 43 


T9 41 


14 9 


21 


Tu 


» 


7 5i 


3 4i 


19 55 


13 <d 


22 


Yv 


St Cecilia 


7 53 


3 40 


20 8 


13 39 


23 


Th 


St Clement 


7 55 


3 39 


20 2T 


13 22 


! 24 

1 


Fr 


25 St Catherine 


7 57 


3 37 


20 33 


*3 5 


I2C 
1 


Sa 


Duke of Glaucejl.-r horn 


7 59 


3 36 


20 45 


12 47 


J26 


Su 


l6ih Sund. after Trinity 


8 1 


3 35 


20 57 


12 29 


i 27 


M 


- 


8 2 


3 33 


21 8 


12 9 


128 


Tu 


„ 


8 4 


3 32 


21 19 


11 49 


I29 


W 


- 


8 6 


3 3 1 


21 29 


11 28 


|3o 


Th 


5* Andrew* t day ' 


8 8I3 30 


:.i 39'ii 6l 



November (1809) begins on Wednesday. 



Si:n enters yag ; trari<i s VPcdnefitay Not: 22. 44m. pqfl 3 evening. 



b> 


1 


I 


24 


1 


25 


3 


26 


A 


271 


5 


28 1 





29 


" 


30 


'c 


I 


9 


2 


re 


3 


CI 


4 


r; 


5 


;; 


6 


14 


7 


15 


8 


16 


9 


17 


10 


18 


11 


19 


12 


20 


n 


21 


14 


22 


15 


»3 


16 


24 


17 


« 


is 


26 


19 


27 


20 


28 


21 


29 


22 


30 


l *3 



Moon 
fouth. 
Morn 
HM. 

6 30 

7 16 

8 3 

8 51 

9 4i 

10 34 

11 30 
Oe 29* 

1 3 C 

2 31 

3 31 

4 29 

5 24 

6 15 

7 j 

7 52 

8 38 

9 *J 
10 10 

10 56 

11 43 
morn. 

31 

1 10 

2 6 

2 53 

3 39 

4 26 

5 10 
5 55 



Moon 
rifes. 

HM. 
Morn 

13 

1 25 

2 40 

3 59 

5 19 

6 42 
fits. 

5?27 

6 37 

7 46 

9 1 

10 2C 

11 38 
morn. 

o 53 

2 7 

3 19 

4 3° 
5.39 
6 43 
rifa 

vi. 

5 54 

6 47 
7 

851 

9 57 

11 

morn. 



High 


H'ut,-r 


at Leith. 


Morn 


Er.cn. 


HM. 


HM. 


8 12 


8 50 


9 29 


10 3 


10 37 


11 6 


" 33 


11 59 





22 


47 


1 11 


1 34 


1 57 1 


2 20 


»« 


3 6 


3 3o j 


3 52 


4 x6 ! 


4 39 


5 5 ! 


5 3o 


5 56 


6 25 


6. 56 j 


7 26 


8 1 


8 35 


9 14 


- 9 4S 


IO 21 


10 52' 


11 19 


11 46 





12 


33 


55 


1 *- ; i 


1 31 


1 4 8j 


2 6 


2 23! 


2 40 


' 2 57 


3 16 


3 3' 


3 43 


4 5 


T ** 


4 42- 


5 


5 a? 


5 4i 


6 5 


6 31 


658 

8 H 


7 28 



?©00!1« 



JYkr Jl-iW; — Tuefday 7. 

20*s. p ilt 6 evening. 
Firit quarter — Toefd.14 

127/7. pad 9 morning. 
£ utl M*oh— We Jd efd. 2 2. 

3oot. paft 2 morning. 
Lafi: quarter — Thurf. 30. 

54m. pafi 6 morning. 



Sow mere early peafe and 
beans, alfo a few radishes 
on a warm border. In 
mild weather fini:b pruning 
and planting all kinds of 
fruit trees before hard froft, 
putting loofe dung round 
the items of eadi after 
planting. — Finiih planting 
joofeberries, currants, S;c. 
alfo all kinds of forert tr*es 
and flowering fhnjbs. Plant 
ail kinds of bulbous-rooted 
Sowers, ulfo a few anemo- 
nies and ranuncurufes ; a 
fmall liotbed frame may be 
profitably kept at work all 
winter for raifing fmall fal- 
]ids, fucb as muftard, cref- 
fes, radilhes, Sec. 



DECEMBER xxxi Days. 


b' 


£» 


Sun 


Sun 


Suns 


For 


it 




KALF.NDAR, 

Sundays, Holidays, iSfc. 


rifes. 


fets. 


declin. 
fouth. 


Dials 
add 


i 5. 






HM 


HM 


D.M. 


M. S. 


i 


Fr 


- • 


8 io 


3 V 


21 49 


10 44 


2 


Sa 


- 


8 12 


328 


21 58 


10 21 


3 


Sa 


Advent Sunday 


8 13 


3 27 


22 7 


9 57 


4 


M 


- 


8 14 


3 26 


22 15 


9 33 


5 


Tu 


- 


8 16 


3 26 


22 23 


9 8 


| 6 


W 


St Nicholas 


8 17 


3 25 


22 30 


8 43 


7 


Th 


- 


8 19 


3 24 


22 37 


8 17 I 


8 


Fr 


Conception of V. Mary 


8 2P 


3 24 


22 44 


7 50 


1 9 


Sa 


- 


8 21 


3 2 4 


22 s° 


7 24 


10 


Sa 


id Sunday In Advent 


8 22 


3 24 


22 56 


656 


ir 


M 


- 


8 23 


3 23 


23 i 


6 29 


12 


Tu 


- 


8 24 


3 23 


23 6 


6 


13 


W 


St Lucy 


8 25 


3 23 


23 10 


5 32 


14 


Th 


- 


8 26 


3 23 


23 14 


5 3 


15 


Fr 


- 


827 


3 23 


23 17 


4 34 


16 


Sa 


- 


8 28 


3 23 


23 20 


4 5 


i; 


Su 


\,d Sunday in Advent 


8 29 


3 23 


23 23 


3 36 


18 


M 


- 


830 


3 23 


23 25 


3 6 


19 


Tu 


- 


831 


3 24 


23 26 


2 37 


20 


W 


- 


8 32 


3 24 


23 27 


2 7 


21 


Th 


Si Thomas 


832 


3 24 


23 28 


1 37 


22 


Fr 


Shorteft day 


8 33 


3 25 


23 28 


1 7 


2.'i 


Sa 


- 


8 33 


3 25 


23 27 


37 


24 


Sa 


4rZ> Sunday In Advent 


8 33 


3 26 


23 26 


7 


1.5 


M 


* Chrifttnas day 


8 34 


3 27 


23 25 


fuhm 


26 


Tu 


St Stephen 


8 34 


3 27 


23 23 


52 


i 
127 


W 


St "John Evangel/Ji 


8 35 


3 28 


23 21 


1 22 


1*8 


Th 


Innocents day 


8 35 


3 29 


23 18 


1 52 


| *9 


Fr 




8 35 


3 30 


23 *| 


2 21 


i 3 ° 


Sa 


hi St SilveJIer 


8 35 


3 3? 


23 11 


2 50 


l;u- 


Sp 


1 1/2 Sunday after Chr'ijtmas 


8 34 


3 32 


23 7 


3 J 9 






24 











December (1809) begins on Friday. 



Sun enters Capricorn Friday Dec. 22. Z^. pajl 4 morning. 



*5 19 

26 1 20 

27*21 
22 



Moon , 
fotitb. , 
Morn '• 
H M. j 

6 41 , 

7 28 j 

8 18 j 

9 hi 

10 9 

11 8 

Oil 

1 14 

2 10 

3 14 

4 10 

5 1 

5 49 

6 56 

7 22 

8 8 

8 54 

9 4o 

10 27 

11 15 
morn. 

° 3 

50 

1 36 

2 22 

3 3 

3 32 

4 37 

5 »i 

6 10 
6 59 



Moon 

rifes. 

Morn 

H M. 

18 

1 32 

2 50 

4 IO 

5 33 
651 

fets. 

5 23 

6 40 

8 o 

9 22 

10 39 

11 55 

1 9 

2 20 

3 28 

4 3 6 

5 37 

6 37 
rifes. 

4 41 

5 39 

6 41 

7 46 

8 54 
ic 3 
11 15 

morn. 

3c 

1 44 



High Water 

at Lelih. 
Morn F.i 
HM. 

8 34 

9 45 



H M. 

9 9 

10 20 



10 51 

11 5i 

20 

1 15 



if&oim. 



11 22 

49 

1 40 

2 32 
21 



2 56j 3 

3 45 1 4 9 



jftco M^ — Thurfd. 7. 

ow. pail 5 morning. 
Firfl quarter — Wed. 13. 

58^. pait 8 evening. 
Full Moon — Th u r f da y 2 1 . 

45m. pait 9 evening. 
Lait quarter — Friday 29, 

36//z. pall 10 evening. 



4 32 

5 18 



4-52 
5 43 



6 71 


6 33 


6 53. 


7 24 


7 54. 


8 25 


8 57 


9 33 


TO 6 


10 40 


II IC 


11 40 




5 


29 


50 


I 12 


130 


1 49 


2 6 


2 25 


2 41 


2 58 


3 15 


3 32 


3 48 


4 5 


4 22 


4 4* 


5 1 


5 SC 


5 4c 


6 2 


6 24 


6 49 


7 16! 


7 48 


8 21 ! 


8 57 


9 35 1 



Secure artichokes from 
t!ie froit by covering them 
well with loofe dung. In 
mild weather continue to 
fqw pcafe and beans for l'uc ■ 
ceffion. Infrolt wheel dung; 
gather all rubbilh and burn 
it. Fallen new-planted fruit 
trees with ftakes.— Prune 
gooleberrie?, currants, and 
rafps. Dung and prepare 
borders on wails for young 
fruit trees in March, if o- 
mitted. Dung and dig all 
fpare ground. 



Salmon Ft/lung i" Forth 
id Tuj levins Dec. IO. 



I The Calculations of the Kalrndar are now adapted 
I to mean time, or that (hown by a well regulated Clock or 
Watch. In computing the time of Sun and M oon's rifing 
and fetting, the <;ffccls of Refraction and Parallax, as well 
as the motions of the Luminaries, are allowed for. And the 
Tides are calculated from the relative forces of the Sun 
and Moon, as modified by their pofkions, diftances, and 
deciinations. Alex. Ingram. 

ECLIPSES— 1809. 

I. The SUN will he eclipfed, invihble, an Friday, April 14. 
at 435 min. pait 7 o'clock in the evening. 

II. The MOON will be eclipfed, viable, on Saturday, 
April 29 :—- 

Beginning of the Eclipfe, - ich. 49 *m. Evening. 
Middle, - - o io£ "I n/r . 

End of the Eclipfe, - - 1 49! J g ' 

Duration, - - " 3 ° 

Digits eclipfed, 10 deg. 29 min. on the Moon's fouth limb. 

III. The SUN will be eclipfed, invifible, on Monday the 
9th of October, at i6| min. paft 7 o'clock in the morning. 

IV. The MOON will be inviiibly eclipfed on Monday the 
3d of October: — 

Beginning of the Eclipfe, 7b. 12m. T 
Middle, - - 8 49 > Morning.] 

End of the Eclipfe, - 10 26 J 
Duration, - - - 3 14 

Digits eclipfed, ip deg. 1 min. on the Moon's north limb. 



MOVEABLE FEASTS— 1809. 
Septuagefima Sunday, Jan. 29. I Low Sunday, - - - April 9. 
Shrove Sunday,- - - Feb. 12. 1 Rogation Sunday, - May 7. 
Afh Wednefday, - - Feb. 15. I Afcenfion day, - - - Mayix. 
Palm Sunday, » - March 26. ! Whit Sunday, - - - May 21. 
Good Friday, - - March 3r. I Trinity Sunday, - May 2}!. 
Ealter day, - - - April 2. ' Advent Sunday, - - Dec. 3. 

COMMON NOTES— 1809. 
j Dominical Letter, A I Solar Cycle, - £6 

G *"den Number, - 5 I Roman Indiction, - 13 
EpacSl, - - 14 J Julian Period, - 6j2Z 



Stag i 


5 bd 


ivi\i J-.ON 


dox am EDINBI 
1 


iRca 


i 


■J- East Road. 


^s 


West Read. 


*P 




EDINBURGH 




3*/ 


EDINBURGH 




392 


Haddington - 




16 3 7 i 


Middlcton 




121 380 


Dunbar - - 


ii 


27 560 


Bankhoufe - 


9 


2l| 3-1 


Prefs - - 


14 


41 346 


Selkirk - - 


15 


36' 35<> 


Berwick - - 


12 


53| 334 


Hawick - 


11 


47 345 


Belford - - 


15 


68 ^19 


Mofs-Paul - 


13 


60I 332! 


Alnwick - - 


15 


83 304 


Langholm 


IC 


l°\ f3 


Morpeth - - 


19 


102 285 


Long town - 


12 


8z 310 


Ncwcaftle 


14 


116 2-0 


Carfifle 


9 


9i| 3oi] 


Durham - - 


16 


132 2^7 


Penrith § - 


; 19 


109': 282; 


Darlington - 


18 


15°| 233 


Sb.app - - 


11 


120! 271 


Northallerton! 


15 


1651 Z%\ 


Ivcnual 


H 


135 256 


Borouobibridge 


10 


184 


203 


Burton - - 


12 


1471 2 44 


Wetherhy - 


12 


196 


101 


Lancafter 


11 


L c 8; 233 


Ferrybridge - 


*7 


213 


184 


Gariton - 


11 


I69) 22i, 


Done after 


15 


228 


174 


Prcfton 


11 


i8o> 211 


Bamby-muir - 


ij 


2-1 1 


159 


Wigan - - 1 


17 


197! *94 


Tuxford - - 


10 


251 


146 


Warrington - 


13 


210 181 


Newark - - 


*3 


C64 


136 


Grulam 


10 


H l n 


Grantham 


14 


2/8) 124 


Brewerton-gree 


9 


229! 162] 


Coles worth - 


8 


286j no 
299 IOI 


Newcaft. tin. L. 


14 


243I 1481 

2JIJ I.{0 


Stamford - 


13 


Stone 


8 


Wahrsfiri - 
Stilton 


6 


v-5 


88 


Great Haywood- 10 


. 26l| I30 


8 


™3 


82 


Litchiield - I 13 


-74 «7J 


Bugden - - 


13 


326 


74 


Ccks-hill - J 15 


289 IQSU 


Eaton 


6 


332 


61 


Coventry - j 11 


3co 9-! 


Bigilfvvade - 


10 


34- 


55 


DunjcBurdi - | 8 


308 83 i 


Edlduck - - 


8 


?CQ 


4? 


Daventry - j 12 


32p 7i! 


Stevenage 


6 


356 %6 


Towcefter - ) 8 


3281 63 


WtUiuvn - - 


6 


?62 


30 


Seppy Stratford! 9 


337| 44 


Hatfield - - 


6 


368 


24 


Dunaable - j 20 


357| 34 
369I 21 


Barn ct - - 


8 


376 


*9 


St Albans - 12 


LONDON - 


11 


387 


11 


Earnet - - j 10 


379 " 






LONDON - ! 11 


1 39i! 


KB. Thofe in Italic are not the ufual ftages. 


f Mid-Road. 


1 Bv York. | § Penrith to Eo- 


Blackfhicls 14 


From Nortbaler- roughbridge. 


Norton II 


tontoThriik 9/ Appleby 14 


Greenlaw n 


Eafingwold 10 Brough fc 


Cornhill 12 


Ynrk I3|Qreta Bridge J- 


Wooler-k-head ia 


Tadcafter g.Catterick Bridge 14 


Whittington i; 


Ferrybridge ' izjOak Tree 11 


Morpeth 2c 


'N.B. This adds 5 miles [Boroughbndge 1 2 



C2 



Ml 



PRINCIPAL ROADS OF SCOTLAND, 



IN MEASURED MILES. 



I. From Edinburgh 
to Jedbu,gh - 

Dalkeith 6 

Blackfhiels 8 
Lauder ri 

Leader Bridge 9 
Jedburgh 1 1 



If. 

Ditto by Melrose. 

Middleton 12 

Bankhoufe 9 

Melrofe i/j 

Jedburgh 11 



III. 
To Dvmfi 

Howgate 

Noblehoufe 

Broughton 

Crook-Inn 

Bield-Inn 

Moffat 

Kirkmichael- 

gate ^ 
Dumfries 



IV. 

By another Road. 



Linton 

Crook-Inn 

Bield-Inn 

Moffat 

Lochmaben 

Dumfries 



VI. Ditto by 

Howgate 

Peebles 

Innerleithen 

Fernalee 

Selkirk 

Hawick 

Mofs Paul 

Langholm 

Longtown 

Carlisle 



Peebles. 


10 




12 


22 


* 6 


28 


9 


37 


6 


43 


11 


T4 


13 


67 


10 


77 


12 


89 


9 


98 



XI. 

To Ayr, another Roa d. 

Mid-Caldef 

Whitburn 

New-Inn 

Holytoun-Inn 

Hamilton 

Strat haven 

Newmills 

Ayr 



VII. 

IV i o-ton &. IV hit Ion 



16 



l.inton 

Dolphington 

Biggar 

Leadhills 

Penpont 

Monyhivc 

Balmaclellan 

New Galloway 1 

Newton D. 18 

W hi thorn 1 8 



12 



6) 68 
79 
80 
98 

11:6 



To 
Brid 



vin. 

Kir l' c udb right. 
re-h.-Inn 16 



V. 

To Carlisle. 
Middleton I 

Bankhoufe 9 
Selkirk 15 

Hawick 11 

Mofs Paul-Inni.V 
Langhoim 10 
Longtown 12 
Carlisle 9 



Biggar 11 

Leadhills 18 

Penpont 15 

Monyhive 5 

N. Galloway 13 
CaftleDouglas 14 

Kirkcudbright 7 



IX. To Lanark 
Vantage 



Carmvuth 
Lanark 



X. To Ayr. 

Carnw. No 9. I 

Douglas-mill 13 

Muirkirk I2> 

82'lCumnock HI 



XII. 
To Glasgow. 
Holytown,2vbii | 

Glasgow II I 44 



XIII. 

By another Road. 
Uphall . 

Welt Craigs 10 22 
Airilrie 10 yi 

Glasgow 11! 43 



XIV. 

By another Road. 

Kirkliston 81 8 



Linlithgow 8 
Falkirk 8 

Cumbernauld 8| 

Glasgoiv 14^ 



4 T 



XV. 
Port-Patrick. 

I 76 

8| 84 

I2| 96 



T 
Ayr, No 9. 
Maybole 
Girvan 
Ballintrae 
Stranraer 
Port- Patrick 



12 I08 
6I129 



01 



I$\ 



XVI. 

To Greenock 
Glaf. No 12. J 44 

Renfrew 61 50 

BuhoptownInn5| );$ 
Port Glafgow 8< 63 
Greenock V 66 



XVII. 

To Inverary 
Glaf. No 12. 
Dumbarton 
L.ufs 

Arroquhar 
Cairndow 
Inverary 

xvmr~ 

By another Road. 
Dumbarton,iVi7 
'Ardencaple 9 
Caple Ferry 8 
Arroquhar 8 

Cairndow 14 



I 44 

15 59 
13 72 
10 8a 
14! 94 
9 '103 



59 

76 

98 

ic 108 



XIX. 

Ditto by Stirling, 
Stirling, No 20 
Kjppen 
Bucklyvie 
Buchannan 
Luis-Inn 
Arroquhar 
Cairndow 

iverary 





35 


IC 


4.5 


5 
8 


5° 
58 


12 


70 


9 


79 



14) 93 
91102 



XX. 

To Stirling. 

Falkirk, JVo 14 I 24 

Stirling II j 35 



XXI. 
To Fort-William. 
StiflioK,JVfl 20. j •} 
81 43 

I4| 65 



J 6» J 
Donne 

Callendcr 

Lochcarn-h. 

Liamarlton- 

Criania rick-Inn Q| 82 



XXII. 
_Z?V another Road. 

Inverary No 17 I103 
Dalmaly 16I119 

Tyndrum II1130 
Fort William 41I171 



KVIII. Cluoiman- 



XXIII. 

To Campbelioivn. 



nan & Stirling 




N. Queensfer. 10 




Culrofs 11 


21 


Clackmannan 7 


*8 


Alloa 2 


30 



■SV/rfovg 7! 37 

XXiX. To rort Au- 



Inverary Noij. 103] gustiis tsr yernera, 
Crarea 12 115 Stirling No 20. j 35 

Lochgilphead 10 126 Dufiblain 6| 41 

Weft Tarb-et 15 144 Crief 14' 55 

Clachan n 151 Ambleree 11; 66 

Barr i4li6.>!Weems-Kirk iij 77 

Campbeltown I2|l77JTuinmeI-Br. 12! 89 

r XXlV. iDalnacardoch 10 99 

To Cupar, Dundee, am / Dalwhinny 1 3 '1 1 2 

Aberdeen. 
Leith harbour 
Petticur ditto 
Kinehorn 
Kirkcaldy 
New-Inn 
Cupar in Fife 
Newport 



Garviemore 13.12^ 
I a JFort-AuguIiusi3!i43 
6J glUnach-Inn 915: 
t| JRaatachan 26176 
9li87 



] 3fr . 

9| 2IIXXX. ToFjrth,In. 
8| 29 ! "Vtrness, and Thurso. 

9 1 38!Queensferry 



Dundcebywater 2; 40 N. Queensferry l| 
Aberbrothoc 18; 58 Marybni-gli in 
Montrofe 12! 7C^Kinrofs 4I 

Inverbervie 13] 83JjrV/5 15I 

Stonehaven 9! 92 Inver-Inn 15; 

Aberdeen 14 ic6 ; Blair , 20! 

~*~ Dalnacardoch icj 
Pahvbinnie 
Pitm3in 
Aviemore 



XXV. 

To St A'/dreiv's.' 
Cupar, No. 2A. j 20 
StAru bfrwz 9 | 38 

XXVI. Ditto by C 



Dalmagarie 



*■:/« 



nvci ;>css 



8 73 



Tyndruni 
KingVhoufe 

Inn 
Bellvchelifh 

Ferry 
Fort- Willi am 



C 3 



8/ 
18J1OJ 

I2JII7 

101127 



I ivirkc. No. 24, 
Dyfart 
fail Vvemyls 
Ltven 
Pittenweem 
Crail 
S^ Andrer.v's 



XXVII. 
To Dunfermline* 

N. Queensfer. 10 j 



/:, 



<>!/- 



mVitte 



12 Beauty 

14 Dingwall 

I7i Invergorden 
atjTain 

23 ! Dornoch 
3^Golfpie-Kirk 
48 Kclmfdale 

Dunbeath 

Poakmaft 

Wick 

Thurso 



13 $b 
14:1: 
1312/ 
18 143 
12I15J 
ic!:65 
o 17, 



1 88 

20c 
209 
21 
234 

269 
ao'289 



XXX I. 

To Fort George 
Perth, No 30. 
Cupar, .Angus 13 
Blairgowrie 4 
Spittal of Glen- 

fhee 18 

C. of Braemar 15 
Cult. Corgarff 21 
Tomintoul 9 
Grantown 13 
Belevaird-Inn 1 
Brg. of Dulfie 13 

Furt George 1 6 

JTfZj, 



XXXI V. 

\ToKirknvalLOrh, 



j\o\ Wick, No 30. 
Tonny Grots 
Burwick, by 

•water 
Carra 



7C 



269 

17 286 

18 304 



XXXII 
Perth, No 30. 
Cupar, Angus 13 
Mcigle 5 

Glammis 7 

Or by Neivlyle, 

1 miles less 
Forfar 5 

Brechin 12 

Fettercairn 10 
Cuttiefliillock 12 
Kincard.-o-niel7 
Boat of Forbes 12 
Huntly 16 

Keith 10 

Fochabers 8 



90! Water found 131314 
ru Hamfound 
120 Kirizvall 
1 2>1 ~~ XXXV. 
134 To Frasersbu a 
r 47 Aberd.iVc 33. "1106 
T _ 6 j Ellon ' 16 122 

bers- Peterhead 16128 



9 313 Dalkeith 



6320 

to 



Frasersburvh 17)155 



XXXVI. 
Frow jFWA /o Aberd. 

by JVIontrose. 
Newtyle 
Glammis 6 

Forfar 5 

Brechin 12 

Montrofe 8 

Inverbervie 13 
^Stonehaven 9 
t J Aberdeen ,. J A 

H9\ XXXVII. 



XL. To Uume. 
Haddington I 17 

Longformac. 16 ^t, 
Di/nse 7, 40 



XLI. 

To Coldstream. 



Blackfhiels 

Channel-kirk 

Norton 

Tibby's-Inn 

Greenlaw 

Cold stream 

XLII. To'K.ho. 
Chan-kirk,iV T o4l. 
Lauder 6 

Small holm H 



5 
6 
8 

3 36 
10 46 



Kelso 6.45 

XLIII. From Glanr. 



17 to Dumfries. 

23 KingLvells 
a«:Galfton 8 

40'Machlin 7 

48;Old Cumnock 7 
61 'New Cumnock 5 
7°:Sanquhar 12 

12 

1.5 



84 



Thorn hill 

Dumfries 



157 



xxxii. rw^Ai 

(/t'f/;, Banff, Inverness 
Brechin, No 32. 
Laurencekirk 11 
Stonehaven 14 
Aberdeen 14 

Old Meldrum 17 
Chapel of Se- 

gate 
Ture'ff 
Banff 
Portfoy 
Cullen 
Fochabers 
Fdgin 
Forres 
Nairn 
Inverness . 



To North Berivich 
Preltonpans 81 
Cockenzie 2 10 Kilbride 

Aberlady 5] 15 Strathaven 

North Berwick 7I 22 Muirkirk 



XXVIII. 

By another Road. 
J 38 Haddington 17 I 
\ North Berivick 8 | 2? 

i> 5 XXXIX. 



i7iJMufielburgh 
r^dlTranent 

1 88 1 Haddington 



16235 



Dunbar 
Prefs Tnn 
Berivick 

1ST 



XL IV. 
By another Road. 

8 
16 
29 
45 
57 

XLV. /"/-ow G&^ 
/<? Carlisle. 



Sanquhar 
Thornhill 
Dumfries 



Hamilton 

Douglas-mill 

Elvanfoot 

Moffat • 

Dinwoodie 

Ecclefechan 

Gretna 

Carlisle 



*9 

55 
'65 
78 
88| 



XL VI. 
From Giasgozi io Pc 

patjict. 
Kingfw ells 
Kilmarnock 8. 
Ayr 12 

Fortpatrick 53 



LI. 
From Glasgow to 
Lanark. 
Hamilton 
Dalferf 7 

Lanark " 1 



XL VII. 
From Greenock to Ayr, 
Largs I "i j 

Saltcoats 13 2t 

Irvine 7 Jj 

Ayr ill 4^ 

^ XLVlil. " 
From Glasgow to 
Wbiibbrn. 
Kings-well 
Kilmarnock 
Ayr 12 

Maybok 8 

Balloch 12 

H. of the hill 16 
N. Douglas 9 
Wagton 7 

WhitUrn II 

XLIX. " 
Ditto to Perth. 



I 22 



Lll. 



Ditto 
'.-"iverary 
Iimiihall 
Dahnaly 
Bonawe 
Oban 



Oban. 

II 
5 

14 

13 



LYili. 

LIII . From Inverness 
ij For' William. 



General's Hut 
Fort Auguftui 14 
Letrerfinlay 14 
Fat J Villi air. 1; 



i 54 

|70 

I 7 9 
I 86 

[97 



LHI. 

A v *o Carlisle. 

Ochiltree ! 

O. Cumnock 41 

Muirkirk IO 

Douglas Mill 13 

Elvanibot 15 1 

Moffat li\ 



Cumbernauld 

Stirling 

Dumbiane 

Greetiloaning 

Crieff 

New Inn 

Perth 



L1X. 
From Fduib. io Neiv- 

cast/?, by Kelso. 
Blackfhiels or 

Hangh 
Lander TI 

Kelfo 16 

Mindrummi.ll 9 
Wooller ic 

Rimndemoor- 

houfe 16 

Morpeth 14 

Newcastle 14 



Carlisle, JYo 44. 46I112 



ov. 

Dundee to Perth. 
Rait J 12 

Perth IO I 22 



From Perth to Siirl. 



Grieg 

Dunblain 
tirlinv 



a a 
IO 6c 



To Invi mess, uytbe 
Forts. 
Inverary, No 
Dalnudy 
Tyndrum 
lnvcrunon 
King's houfe 
Kinlochleven 
F. William 
Lat. Findlay 

Fort Auguitus 14 202 Huntiy 
General's liuCi^'217 Keith 
In-verress I *\l5S\Fccbah:rs 



L\ 
L. From ! 
Kinross. 

Alva 
Dollar 
Follaway 
Kinross 

lvii. 

Aberdeen to Fochabers 



LX. From Port-Pa 
trick to Carlisle. 

Stranraer 

Glenluce 

NewtonDoug 

Gatehouie ot 
Fleet 

Carlingvvork 

Dumfries 

Annan 
8 Longtcwn 

Carlisle 



I7-|I04 

l6;I20 
SIB3I 

9*140 
io' 1 je 

c/i^lKintore 
t4ii73jlnverury 
di88fOW " 



irling io 

I 

*1 X 
5' I 

a 2 



17 

13 

17 
1- 

1 



49 

0: 

79 
96 

109 
118 



LXI. 
To Toy-month, &c 
Perth, No 30. 
Dunkeld 14 
i iOgierait 9 

Ta\mouih 1 5 
Kiiiin 16 

L. Ei^n head 9 



I I2 

3 Iv 

9 M 

121 36 
tl\ 4 

8 55 



paflendar 

Stirling 

Falkirk 

Linlithgow 

Ivukliiton 

Cainburgo 



5 A 

6; 
78 
94 
103 
11: 
l 33 
144 
J5» 
16c 
168 



.;; 



LXII. 




LXV. 




LXIX. 




From Ed'ui. to Dubl'ni. 


Aberdeen to Braemar. 


Glasgoiv to London , by 


Livingfton 


15 


Banchory Ter- 




Manchester. 


Newhoui'e 14 


29 


nan 


17 


Hamilton 


II 


Hamilton 6 


35 


Kin. O'Neil 8 


25 


Lel'mahago 12 


23 


Kingf wells 16 


51 


Charlestown 4 


20 


Douglas mill 6 


29 


Kilmarnock 8 


59 


Tulloch Inn 9 38 


Elvanfoot 15 


44 


Ayr 12 


7i 


Crathy Inn 9 47 


Moffat 13 


57 


Maybole 9 

Girvan 12 


80 
92 


Castletown Inn 91 56 


Dinwoodie 
Green 'ii 


68 


EX VI. 


Ballintrae 18 


no 


From Gliiscrcriv to 


Ecclefechan n 


79 


Cairn 12 


122 


Aberdeen. 


Gretna Gr. 9 


88 


Stranraer • 6 


128 


Stirling, JV049. 


^7 


Eongton 4 


92 


Portpatrick 6 


134 


Dumblane 6 


3 5 


Carlifle 9 


101 


Donaghadee 




Greenloaning 5 


38 


Penrith 18 


119 


by water ac 


154 


Blackford 4 


42 


Shap 10 


129 


Belfoft 16 


170 


Auchterarder 4 


46 


Kendal 16 


145 


HilHbro' ic 


181 


Dunning 6 


ja 


Burton 11 


ic6 


Banbridge ic 


191 


Perth 9 


6 j. 


Lan carter n 


167 


Newry ic 


201 


Cupar Angus 13 


74 


Garftang 11 


1/8 


Dundalk ic 


211 


Meigle 5 


79 


Prerton . 11 


189 


Dunleer ic 


221 


Glamis v 7 


86 


Chorley 9 


198 


Drogheda 7 


228 


Forfar 6 


92 

103 


Hultbn 12 


210 


Alan of War 11 


%3% 


Brechin ji 


Manchefter 10 


220 


Dublin 12 


251 


N. Eskbridge 6 
Laurencekirk 5 


109 
£14 


Stockport 7 
Maelesfield 12 


227 
7-39 


I-XITI. 




j Perth to Itinera 


ry. 


Chance Inn 4 


118 


Deck 13 


252 


Crieff 


f I? 


Drumlithie 4 


122 


Afhborn 15 


267 


jComrie ) 


1 24 


Stonehaven 6 


\%% 


Derby 15 


281. 


jloehernhead 12 
Liargarston- 


3* 


Aberdeen 14 


142 


Loughbo- 
rough 16 






LXVII. 


298 


. Inn ? 


44 


Aberdeen to Froscr- 


Lfieefter it 
Elarboroughij 


309 


Crxanlaricfc ic 


54 


burgh & Bdnff. 

i\o 66. 1 


324 


j'l'vndriim j 


59 


Northamp- 




DaLnialy n 

\hii\rury 16 


r 

\ 86 


K. cf Belhelvie 8 j 
Ellon gioj 


ton 1 7 
Newp. Pag- 
nel 15 

Woburn 9 
Diinftable 9 
St Albans 12 
Bafftet 10 


34i 

365 

374 
386 
39f> 


' I xrv 

{^Aberdeen to Thvert 
GreejDburn 
GlafgowEgo 4A 


ess. 
5 
9i 


Old Deer 7J34 
Strichen 9U3 

Fraierburgh 9J42 
Gardenitone 14156 


Kintore 2^ 
Inverurv 31 


12 


#Z«#" 8164 


London 12 


LXVIII. 




Old Rain 85 


24 


To Peterhead. 




Huntly 12' 


3<5 


Ellon, A r 5 67. Ii3| 




Keith 1 1 


47 


K. of Cruden 7' '24 




Foebaber? 8 


55 


Peterhead 8^32^ 


• 


Inverness i see 








1 ~\o ]2. ■ AH .1 


02 





PRINCIPAL CARRIER S. 



Frofft ivh-r.ce. | 

Aberddur, 
Aberdeen, 
Aberiady, 
A«qa, ' 

Annan, 
Anftruther, 
Airth, 
Athdle, * 
AtholstonforJ, 
Ditto, 

Auchtefarder, 
'-uchtermuchtv 
\yr, 

Arbroath, 
Bdlgone, 
Bathgate, 
Ballencrieff, 
Berwick North 
Ditto, 



Where lodged. 
Walker's, Bell's \Vynd 
Cameron's & Duff's High St 
Keppy's Canongate head 
■Palfrey's Cowgate-head 
Brown's, Grafs-market 
M' IntouYs, Blair Street 
(Virtue's, Grafsmarket 
jCleland's, ditto 
{Hay's, Canongate-head 
Stewart's, Canongate head 
'Kinloch's, Grass-market 
, Duffs, Hi?h Street 
Clark's, Grafs-market 
Walker's, Bell's Wynd 
Keppy's Canongate-head 
Clark's & Inches, Grafs-m. 
Hay's, Canongate-head 
Stewart's, s. back Canongate 
Hay's, Canongalc-head 



Arrival. 

Fuel' 

t, timeS 

Satur 

Wed 

once a 

Wed 

Wed 

once a 

Friday 

Wed 

once a 

Wed 

Wed 

Wed 

Tuef. 

Tuef 

Wed 

Tuef 

('Fhurf 



Berwick on Tw. 1 Hay's & Keppy's, Can.-head,Wed 



Bervie, 

Biggar, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

Balerno, 

Bo-nefs, 

Brechin, 

Brotighton, 

Burntisland, 

Cairnmuir, 

Callender, 

Cambusnethan, 

Castle Craig, 

Cannichael, 

Carron, 

Calder, Mid 

Calder, Weft 

Carluke, 

Carnwath, 

Carlifle, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

Carlops", 

Garnie hill, 

Carseweil, 

Cfeghorn, 



Walker's, BVlTs Wynd |Wed 

Virtue's, Grafs-market jTues 

Brown's & Train's, ditto jTues 
Paterson's,Cand!emaker-ro. Tuef 



Kinloch's, Grass-market ITu. Sat. 

Clark's, Grafs-market 'Twice 

Walker's, Bell's Wynd I Wed 
Brown's ^Train's, Grafs-mJonce a 

Walker's, Bell's Wynd Tuef. 

Scott's, Candlemaker-row Wed 

Clark's, Grafs-market once a 

Ditto ditto Wed 

Train's, ditto. Wed 

Cleland's, ditto Tuef 

Ormiston's, ditto Mo. Fr 

Cleland's, ditto Tuef 

Scott's, Candlem.-row Frid 

Clark's, Grafs-market Thurf 
Train's & Kinloch's, ditto Tuef 

Virtue's, ditto Wed 

Hogg's, Bristo Street W. Sat. 
Paterson's, Candlemaker- r . W. Sat. 
(JrmisfconV, Grafs-market Frid 

Clark's, ditto Tuef 
Kinloch's, ditto Tuef 

Ditto, ditto once a 

— 



Depart. 
Wed 
a-weck 
Satur 
Thurf. 
: ortn. 
Fhurf. 
Wed 
month 
Satur 

Fhurf 

fortn. 
Thurf 
Thurs 
Frid 

V\ r ed 
Frid. 
'Fhurf. 

Wed 

Friday 

Thurf. 

Frid 

Wed. 

Wed 

Wed 

Tu. Sat. 
week 

Frid 

fortn. 

Wed 

Fhurf. 

fortn. 

Wed 

Thurf 

Tuef 

Mo. Fr. 

Tuef 

Satur 
Thurf 

Wed 
Wed 
Fh. M. 
Th. M. 
Frid 
Wed 
Wed 
fortn. 



Coldftream, 

Coulter, 

Crieff, 

Cumnock, 

Crail, 

Cupar Fife, 

Cupar Angus, 

Culrofs, 

Churnside, 

Covington, 

Dalkeith, 

Dolphington, 

Dunbar, 

Dumbiane, 

Duddingfton, 

Dundee, 

Ditto, 

Dunglafs, 

Dunfermline, 

Ditto, 

Dunkeld, 

Dunmore, 

Dumfries, 

Ditto, 

Dunfe, 

Dunfyre, 

Dollar, 

Dysart, 

Dunning, 

Dirleton, 

Farlfton, 

Ditto, 

Ebenton, 

Eddleston, 

Ecclefechan, 

Ely, 

Eyemouth, 

Fala,' 

Falkland, 

Falkirk, 

Ditto 

Forfar. 

Gifford, 

Giffordhall, 

Galafhiels, 

Glassart, 

Glamis, 

Glafg. & Green. 

Ditto, 



Scott's, Candlemaker-row 
Paterson's ditto 
Kinloch's & Inches, Grassm. 
Brown's, ditto 
ReidY Kinloch's close 
Davie's, Fleshmarket close 
Hunter's, Fishmarket close 
M'Callum's, Grassmarket 
Tait's & Keppy's, Can.-head 
Paterfon's, Grafs-market 
Dryden's. Cowgate-head 
Rrp wn's, ditto 
Hay's Sc Keppie's, Can.-head 
Ormifton's, G rafs-market 
Clark's, ditto 
Walker's, Bell's wynd 
Duffs, High Street 
Hay's, Canongate-head 
Clark's, Grass-market 
Virtue's, ditto 
Cameron's, High Street 
Virtue's, Grafs-market 
Virtue's & Clark's, ditto 
Inches, ditto 

Palfrey's, Cowgate-head 
Brown's, Grafs-market 
Reid's, Candlemaker-row 
Stewart's, Netherbow 
Brown's, Grafs-market 
Cunningham, Toderick's w 
Dryden's, Cowgate-head 
Scott's, Candlemaker-row 



Reid 



into 



Ditto, ditto 

Inches, Grafs-market 

Reid's, Kinloch's clofe 

Keppie's, Canongate-head 

Palfrev's, Cowgate-head 

Walker's, Bell's Wynd 

Pa]frey's&.E)ryden\s,Cow.' 

Virtue&Ormistori'SjGrassm. 

Walker's, Bell's Wynd 

Keppie's, Canongate-head 

Stewart's, ditro 

Paterfon & Rdd,Candle.row 

Cleland's, Grafs-market 

Walker's, Bell's Wynd 

Turner's and A itken's, Gr.m 

George Inn, Bristo 
_ 



Wed 
Fuef 
once 
Fuef 
Wed. 
Thurf 
Wed 
Tuef. 
Wed 
Flies » 
Daily M 
Tuef 
Tuef 
Wed 
once 
Wed 
3 times 
Tues 
Twice 
Wed 
•} times 
Wed 
once 
twice 
Wed 
Mon. 
Tuef 
Mon 
once a 
Frid 
Wed 
Wed 
Wed 
Wed 
Wed 
Wed 
Wed 
Frid 
Tuef 
Wed Sa 
Wed 
Wed 
Tuef 
Wed 
Tuef 
once 
Wed 
Dailv 
Daily 



Wed 

Wed 

a-week 

Fues 

Fhurf 

Frid 

Frid 

Thurf 

Thurf 

Tues 

except. 

Wed 

Wed 

Wed , 

a-week 

Frid. 

a-week 

Wed 

a-week 

Thurf 

a-week 

Wed 

a-week 

a-week 

Wed 

Tuef 

Thurf 

Wed 

fortn. 

Satur 

Wed 

Wed 

Wed 

Thurf 

Wed 

Fhurf 

Thur 

Frid 

Wed 

Wed Sa 

Wed 

Frid 

Wed 

Thurf 

Wed 

a fortn. 

Frid 

Daily 

Daily 



Gillian, 


Keppie's, Cammgate-head 
Dryden'3, Cowgate-head 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Greenlaw, 


Wed 


Wed 


Haddington, 


Hays, Canongate-head 


Thrice 


a-week 


Ditto, 


Keppie's, ditto 


Thi ce 


a-week 


Hamilton, 


Cleland's Grafs-market 


Wed 


Wed 


Hawick, 


Paterfon '5, Candlemaker-ro. 


Wed 


Thurs 


Ditto, 


Reid's, ditto 


Wed 


Thurs 


Houfton, 


Clark's, Grafs-market 


once 


a-week 


Humble, 


Palfrey's, Cowgate-head 


Wed 


Thurs 


Jnvcrkei thing, 


Clark's & Inches, Grafsmar. 


Tuef 


Wed 


Jnverleithen, 


Patcrfort's, Candlemaker-ro. 


Fuel 


Wed 


Invcrnefs 


Greenlaw's, High Street 


once 


a quart. 


Tcctbnr!rh 
pift'o, ' 


Scott's, Candlemakcr-row 


Thurf 


Frid 


Patcrfon's, ditto 


Thurs 


Frid 


Kelfo, 


Dryden's, Cowgate-head 


Wed 


Wed 


Ditto, • 


Palfrey's, ditto 


Wed 


Wed \ 


Kilmarnock. 
Kiliyth, * 


Train's, Grafs-market 


Wed 


Thurf 


Grmifton's, ditto 


Wed 


Wed 


Kiughorn, 


Davie's, High Street 


Tuef 


Wed I 


Kingfton, 


Keppie's, Canongate head 


Satur 


Satur 


Kinrofs, 


Brown's, Grafs-market 


Thurf 


Frid 


Kirkcaldy, 


Cunningham's'jTodd. Wynd 


Tuef 


Wed 


Kirkintilloch, 


Ormiiton's, Grafs-market 


Satur 


Satur 


Kirkhiil, 


Peterkin's, Niddry vStreet 


Daily 


Daily 


Kirkcudbright, 


Virtue's, Grafs-market 


twice 


a-week 


Kirriemuir, 


Walker's, Bell's Wynd 


Wed 


Frid 


Lanark, 


inches, Grafs-market 


Wed 


Thurf 


Largo, 


Cunningham's, Todd.Wynd 


Wed 


Thurf 


Lauder, 


Paterfon 's, Candlemaker-ro. 


Mon 


Tuts 


Ditro, 


Scott's, ditto 


Men 


Tuts 


teffie, 


Davie's, High Street 


Wed 


Thurf 


Letham Fife, 


Stewarts, Netherbow 


Wed 


Thurf 


Iteycn, 


M'Intofh's, Blair Street 


Wed 


Thurf ' 


Lilliesleaf, 


Scott's, Csndlemaker-row 


•Tuef 


Wed J 


Linlithgow, 


Virtue'. & Clark's, Orass-m, 


iWed Sa 


Wed Sa 



Linton, Eaft Stewart's, s. back Canongate Thurs Frid 



Linton, Weft 

j Little Vantage, 

iLivingftun, 

jLochmaben, 

,Lockerbv 

London Leech 

I Manchester 

Newcaft. 

Markinch, 

Meigle, 

Melrofe, 

Ditto, 



)V 

Leeds "1 

:fter & J- 
:.wag.J 



Clf land s, Grass-market 
Ditto, ditto 
Johnlton's, ditto 
Inches, ditto 
Ditto, ditto 

George Inn, Brifta 

Cuningham's, Todrick's W. 
Walker's, Bell's Wynd 
Paterfon's, Candlemaker-ro. 
Hoggfs, Bristo Street 



Wed IWed 
Thurf Frid 
Wed Fr Wed Sa 



Tuef 

Tuef 

Daily 

Wed 
Wed 
Tuef 
Tuee 



Wed 
Wed 

Daily 

Thurs 
Frid 
Wed 
Wed 



'Moffat, 

Moniaive, 

Montrofe, 

Muffelburgh, 

Muthil, 

Ninemile-burn, 

Ormifcon, 

Paifley, 

Peebles, 

Ditto, 

Pathhcad 

Peneaitland, 

Pennycuick, 

Perth, 

Ditto, 

Pittenwecm, 

Preftonpans, 

Polmont, 

Queen s ferry, 

Katho, 

Roberton, 

Romano, 

Saltern, 

Ditto, 

Sanquhar, 

Selkirk, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

St Andrew's, 

Stirling, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

Straiten, 

Strathaveh, 

Symington, 

Thornhill, 

Torwood ee, 

Tranent, ' 

Xyningham, 

Weems, 

Ditto, 

Whiftbn, 

\\ r jfcdttinghaOO ? 

Wig ton Gall, 

Wishaw, 

Woodburn, 



Scott's, Candlemaker-row 
Virtue's, Grals-market 
Walker's, Bell's Wynd 
Tait's & Hay's, Canon, head 
"vinloch's, Grafs-market 
Inches & Virtue's, ditto 
Hay's, Canongate head 
Clark's & Inches, Grassmar 
Paterfon's, Candlemaker-ro. 
Reid's, ditto 
Dryden's, Cowgate head 
Hay's, Canongate head 
Virtue's, Grafs-market 
Cameron's, High Street 
Duff's, High Street 
JVb In tofh's, Blair's Street 
Hay's, Canongate head 
Virtue's, Grafs-market 
Inches, ditto 
Reid's, ditto 
Cleland's, ditto 
Ditto, ditto 

Stewart's, s. back Canongate 
fteppie's, Ganongate-head 
Kinloch's, Grais-market 
Dryden's, Cowgate head 
Scott's, Candlemaker-row 
Reid's, ditto 

Cowan's,NewAssemblyCIos 
Palfrey's, Cowgate-head 
Virtue's, ditto 
Ormifton's, Grafsmarkct 
Reid'sj ditto 
Cleland's, Grafs-market 
Ditto, ditto 
Ditto, ditto 

S-ott's, Candlemaker row 
Paterfon's, ditto 
Reid's, Kinloch's Clofe 
Stewart's, Canongate 
Stewart's, Netherbow 
Walker's, Bell's wynd 
Cleland's, Grassmarket 
Stewart's, Canongate 
Palfrey 's, Cowgate 
Clark's, Grafs-market 
Brown's, Giussmarket 



Wed | 


Thurs 


once a 


fortn. 


Wed 


Frid 


Daily 


Daily 


once a 


week 


Tucf Fr 


Tuef. Fr 


Satur 


Satur 


Wed 


Wed 


Thurs 


Frid 


Wed 


Thurs 


Frid 


Frid 


Satur 


Satur 


Twice 


a-week 


Thrice 


a-wcek 


Thrice 


a-week 


Wed 


Thurf 


3 times 


a-week 


Wed 


Wed 


Tu Fr 


Tu Fr 


Tu Sat 


Tu Sat 


Wed 


Wed 


Wed 


Thurf 


Satur 


Satur 


Tues 


Tues 


Tues 


Wed 


Tues 


Wed 


Tues 


Wed 


Tues 


Wed 


Thurf 


Frid 


Wed Sa 


Wed Sa 


Wed Sa 


Wed Sa 


Wed 


Wed 


Tues 


Wed 


Frid 


Frid 


Tucf 


Wed 


Wed 


Wed 


Tues 


Wed 


Tues 


Thurf 


Satur 


Satur 


Wed 


Thurf 


"i lies 


Wed 


once 


a-wcek 


Wed 


Wed 


once 


a-week 


once in 


3 weeks 


once 


a -week 


Wed 


Wed 



36 



STAGE COACHES FROM EDINBURGH. 

Aberdeen Royal Mail coach, at 9 o'clock every morning, 
from Dryfdale's Turf Coffeehoufe, head of Lcith 
Wa^k. 

Carlisle Royal Mail coach, from Drysdale's, Turf Coffeehouse, 
every day at 2 afternoon, by Selkirk, Hawick, 
&c. 

Dalkeith coach, from William Bell's and P. Maxton's, High 
Street, at 11 and x% forenoon, and 7 and 8 even- 
ing — from Mackay's, High Street, at 11 noon, and 
7 evening 

Royal Mail coach, by I.ibberton and LasSwade, from 

Black's laboratory, Higli Street, every day at a quar- 
ter before 9 morning, and 4 afternoon. 

Dumfries. — The Royal Mail-coach from Dryfdale's, Turf 
Cofteehoufe, every morning, at nine o'clock A.M. 
by Noblehou »e, Moffat, &c. 

Dunse Fly, every Tuesday and Friday, from Palfrey's, Cowgate 
Head, at 8 A.M. 

Glafgow Royal Mail coach, every day at 9 A. M. — (on Sun- 
days at half-pafl 8), from the Turf Coffeehouse, by 
M'id Caider," Whitburn, &c. 

Royal Telegraph, every lawful day at 8 A. M.from 

Hamilton's, 12. Prince's Street, and from Mackay's, 
3. Prince's Street, fcuth lide, at 4 afternoon. 

The Mercury Long-coach, from M-Gregnr's. 

Crown Hotel, Prince's Street, every morning at 
9, Sundays excepted. > 

— — i'he Royal Eagle, light coach, every lawful day, 

from Cuddie's, Grassmarket, at half paft 9 A M.' 
and from Hamilton's, 9. Prince's Street, at 10 A.M. 
and M'Gregor's, Crown Hotel, Prince's Street, at 
4 P. m: 

Haddington coach, from Swanfton's, head of Niddry Street, 
every lawful day, at 4 P. M. 

■ coach from W. Bell's, High Street, at 9 o'clock 

morning, every lawful day. 



Lord Nelson, light eoa<.h, from Greenlaw's, High 

Street, every lawful day, at 4 P. M. 
1 ' ■■ and Dm. bar long-coach, from William Bell's, High 
Street, every lawful day, at 3 afternoon. 
Jedburgh coach, from Dfyden'sj Cowgate head, Monday and 
Thurfday, at 7 morning. 

coach, from H. Fortune's, Chapel Street, at nine 

every morning. 

Kclfo Fly, from the White Hnrfe Inn, Canongatc head. Sum- 
mer — Tuefdays.Thnrfdiys, & Saturdays, at 8 mon; 
ing. Winter — Tutfdays and Saturdays. Another 
P 37 ~ " 



from Cunningham's, Netherbow, Mondays, Wed- 

nefdays, and Fridays, fiimmer and winter. 
Lanark coach from Dryden's, Cowgate head, Tuefday and 

Friday, at 7 morning 
Leith coaches, from Wm. EtH's, High Street, every hour 

and half hour, from 11 forenoon to 9 evening 

From Black'6 laboratory, High Street, every hour 

From John Duff's, High Street, every hour. 



Linlithgow and Falkirk Flys, from Waters's, Grassmarket 

every day at 4 afternoon, Sunday excepted. 
London. — The Royal Mail coach, from Dryfdale's Turf 

Coffethoufe, by Berwick, Newcaftle, and York, 

every lawful day, at half-paft 3 — Sundays at 

3 .P.M. 
' I he High Flyer coach from ditto, every lawful 

day, at 5 morning, by Berwick, Newcaftle, and 

York; ftors at Newcaftle and York a night each. 
Musselburgh Royal Mail Coach, from Swanston's, head of 

Niddry Street, every day, at 9 morning, and 3 af- 

ternoor. 
A coach from Maxton's High Street, at 11 fore- 
noon, and 7 evening. 

A coach from Mnckay's, ditto, ditto, ditto. 

From William Bell's, High Street, at ten fore 

noon, and half-paft 5 afternoon. 
.... A coach from Greenlaw's, High Street, at 12 noon, 

and 7 evening. 
A coach from Swar.fton's, High Street, at 1 P. M. 

and 7 P.M. 
Preftonpans coach from Greenlaw's, High Street, at 4 P. M. 

(Returns at 9 morning following. ) 
Peebles — A caravan from Reid's, Candlemaker-row, every 

Friday morning at 8. 
A coach from Mnckay's, Grassmarket, Tuesdays 

and Fridays, at 9 morning. 
Perth. The Union coach from Drysdale's, by Q leensfer- 

ry and Kinrofs— Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Satur- 
days, at 10 A. M. 
Stirling and Falkirk— Long-coach from Oliver's & Proudfoot's, 

Gmssmarker, every lawful day at 9 morning. 
Stirling.— Mail coach from Drysdale's, every morning at nine 

A. M. by Linlithgow, Falkirk, &c. 
coach from Mackay's, 3. Prince's Street, south side, 

Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9 morning. 
South Queensfeiry, from W. Bell's, High Street, every n orn- 

ing ar 9. and at 4 P. M. Departures from the ferry 

at the fame hours. 
from Flack's laboratory, High Street, at nine 

A M, and fro m Poft Office. Ferry, at tl:rc-e P. M. 



TABLE OF HACKNEY COACH FARES. 
Regulated by the Magistrates, lltl> June 1806. 
N. B. By Act of Council, November 1X07, they are allow- 
ed to charge 3d. in the shilling extra till the 'price of hay and 
straw falls. 

That there shall be a stand for eoaches between the North 
Abutment of the North Bridge and Princes Street, or on 
Princes Street ; -another at the Tron Church ; and a third in 
George's Street, between South and North Frederick Streets. 

That Ten hackney coaches shall be present on the stand at 
the North Bridge, or on Princes' Street, by nine o'clock in the 
morning, the coaches taking their rotation according to num- 
bers, under the penalty of Jive shillings. 

That when a coach is engaged, the coachman fha.ll drive 
it off the ftand; and if he refufe to be hired, or ihali fay he is 
engaged when not fo, or goee off the ftand, he fhall be fined in 
Un shillings Sterling, and imprifo«ed till the money be paid. 

N. B. The regulations refpeclingthe fare to Leith will not be 
infifted on during the Race Week . for two hours before, and 
two hours after the horfes have Itarted for running. 

From any part of the Old Tozvn, s. 

To any other part of the Old Town, including to the Caftle 
Gate, Canongate Church, the fouth tide of Nicolfou's 
Squares, Potterrow, Brifto Street, Argyle and Brown 
Square, Merchant Street, and Grafs-market. 
And to any part of the New Town, to the eaftward of 
South and North Frederick Streets, including the eaft 
fides of thefe ftreets, York and Picardy Places, Forth 
Street, and Baxter's Buildings : Alfo from the Grafs- 
market to any part of the New Town, to the weft ward 
of Frederick Streets, by the back of the Castle - j 
To the Abbey-hill at Baron Norton's houfe, within the 
Caftle, Grange and Gibbet Tolls, any pan of the New 
Town to the weft ward of South and North Frederick 
Streets, including the weft fides of thefe fttreets, to 
Drumfheugh and houfes on the Braehead, eaft and weft 
Heriot Row, Duke, Dublin, London, Howe, Northum- 
berland, and Dundas Streets, Abercromby and Drum- 
mond Places, the Guftom-houfe, Albany Row, Brough- 
ton and Stockbridge Tolls, the Botanic Gardens on 
Leith Walk, Caftlebarns, Fountainbridge, or Lochrin; 
alfo from the Grafs-market to any part of the New 
Town eaftward of Frederick Streets - - - 16 
To the Water of Leith, SilvermilLs, Deanhaugh, Jock's 
Lodge toll-bar, Morninglide, Burntsfield, Whitehoufe, 
Newington, Old and New Merchiefton, Dairy, Bell's 
Mills, Dean, Wefter Warrifton, Canon Mills, and Pel- 
rig Street from Leith Walk - - - J 
To Comel y Bank, Blackford, Piers-hill, Innerleith, Pilrig 



houfe, Kawkhill, Preftonfield, and Clearburn ; alfo to 
the Pipes at the bottom of the Kirkgate of Leith, Ca- 
therine Street, Conftitution Street, to the Afiembly 
Rooms, John's Street, and the Golf-houie there - i 

lb the remainder of South Leith after pafiing the Kirk- 
gate, to the shore, and alfo North Leith and the Cita- 
del - - a 

To Newhaven direct, and Trinity Mains - 3 

To Newhaven by Leith - . - - 3 

From any part of the Neiu Tozvm, 

To any other part of the New Town, Drumflieugh, or 
and lioufes on the Braehead, Stockbridge Toll, Brough- 
ton, Gayheld, West and Eaft Heriot Row, Howe, Nor- 
thumberland, Dundas, Duke, Dublin, and London 
Streets, Abercromby and Drummond Places, the Cus- 
tom-house, Albany Row, Picardy Place, and Forth 
Street, including Corri's Rooms and the Theatre - 1 

From the eaftward of Frederick Streets to Gayfield, Can- 
ongate Church, Nicolfon Square, Alifon Square, Tivot- 
row, Argyle and Brown Squares Candlemaker-row, and 
Merchant Street -------1 

From the weftward of Frederick Street, farther than 
Drumfheugh, and within Whitehcufe Toll, Water of 
Leith, and Bell's Mills, Stockbridge, Silver-mills, Ca- 
non-mills, Bronghton Toll, Gayfield, Canongate Church, 
St Patrick's Square, George's Square, Park Place, 
CafUebarns, Fountainbridge, Dairy, Lochrin, and Caftle 
Gate I 

From the weftward of Frederick Streets, to Baron Nor- 
ton's, Grange and Gibbet Tolls, within the Caftle, In- 
nerleith, Whitehoufe, Greenhill, and Comely Bank - 2 

To Leith, to the Pipes at the bottom of the Kirk-gate, 
Catherine and Conftitution Streets, to the Afitmbly 
Rooms, John's Street, and the Golf-houfe there, and 
Pierftiill - - - - - - 2 

To the remainder of South Leith, after pafiing the Kirk- 
gate, to the Shore, and alfo North Leith, arid Citadel 7, 

To Newhaven direct, Trinity-mains, and Hawkhill - 3 

To Newhaven by Leith - - 3 

From any tart of the South Districts to any ether, 

Comprehending Nicolion's Square, St Patrick's Square, 
Buccleuch Place, Crofscauicway, George's Square, Park 
Place, Laurilton Road as far as Laurifton Place, Brifto, 
and Potterrow, Argyle and Brown Squares, Merchant 
Street, Grafs-market, and Cowgate I 

To Grange and Gibbet Tells - - - . - I 

From the north of Nicolfon's Square, including Argyle. 
and Brown Squares, to Caftle Gate and Canongate 

Church I 

_ — ^y— 



From the fouth of Nichoifdi^s Square to'the above places I o 
To Leith, to the Pipes, Conftitution and Catharine Streets, 

the Aflcmbly Rooms, John's Street, and Golf-houfe there 2 6 
To the remainder of South Leith after paffing the Kirk- 
gate, to the Shore, and North Leith - - - 26 
jTo Newhaven, direct - - - - 3c 

To -Newhaven by Leith - - - 3 9 

Distance. s. J-\ 

For a set down, from any part of the Old or New Town, 

to the extent of Seven mile?, or fhorter diflance. 
For the frst mile - - - - 2 c 

iFor every subsequent mile at the rates following, viz. 

■ For a coach - - - - - t 3 

I For achaife or chariot - - - - I c 

For every fubfequent half mile, as follows, viz. 

For a coach - - - - --07 

For a chaife or chariot - - - - ■ c 6 

Time. 
Waiting for every half hour - - - 06 

And, when a Company goes to and returns from a place, 
there is to be paid one half more of the refpective Fares ; 
but, for a fet down or return, the fare is the fame. 
{If a coach is hired on time, for calls or on vifits, within the 
Old or New Town, and Suburbs, the Fare for attend- 
I ance, for first hour - - - - 2 c 

For every half hour thereafter, in full of all hire - 09 
jOr in the option of the Coachman, the Fare may be paid by 
the diflance. 

N. B. The Coachman has his option to charge either by the 
Diftance or Time. And, when taken out of Edinburgh, the 
Company pay the Turnpikes, befides the King's Duty, going 
and returning; Or, if the place cannot be afcertained, a Duty 
of 3s. 6d. is chargeable for a Day. 

That when a coach is hired at anytime after half paft eleven 
o'clock at night, double the hire fhall be paid ; but no more al- 
lowance than sixpence for each half hour the coach may be de- 
tained ; and no double fares fhall be charged from the Theatre. 



HACKNEY-CHAIRS. 

The Fares in the old and new town, and immediate neigh- 
bourhood of the city, vary from 9d. to 3s. which it is unneces- 
sary to particularise, as each chairman is bound to have a copy 
of the stated fares. 

Hire of a chair for a whole day, i. e. from 10 in the 
morning till 12 o'clock at night - - - 7 6 

Hire for a forenoon, from 9 in the morning till four 
o'clock afternoon - - - - -36 

Hire for an afternoon, from 4 o'clock till 12 at night 4 6 

Or by the agreement of parties. 



P3 *1 



List of Post ' 


Fowns and Postmasters hi Scotland, 


With the days 


and hours of Departure from EDINBURGH. 


JSfjixesaf Toivns. 


Postmasters. 


Day's of Dispatch. 


hour. 


d 

9 


Aberdeen 


A. Dingwall 


Every day 


*8 




Abe re our 


J. Cfee 

MrsM'Kercher — 


Ditto 


8 




5 


Abtrfeldy 


Sun. Tuef. & Frid. 


8 




7 


Airdrie 


J. Downie 


Everyday ex. Sun. 


8 




6 


Alford 


A. Law 


Sun. 'I ue'l". Fri. 


8 




9 


Alloa 


A. Baird 


Twice every day 


8 


8 


6 


Annan 


J. Pool 


Every morning 


8 




7 


Auitruther 


1. Mercer 


Ditto 


8 




6 


Appin 


H. M'Coli 


Mon. Thur & Sat 




8 


9 


Arbroath 


A. Stewart 


Every day 


8 




8 


Arifaig 


G. M'Donald 


Mon. Thur. 




8 


10 


Arol's 


A. Macallum 


Mon.Thur.&Sat. 




8 


9 


Arrochar 


D. Dewar 


Every day exc.Tu. 




8 


8 


Au. hnacraig 


D. Carmichael 


Mon.Thur. & Sat. 




8 


9 


Auchttfrarder 


J. Stewart 
J. Henderson 


Every day 




8 


7 


Auchtcrmuchty 


Ditto 


8 


6 


Ayr 


Mil's Mitchell 


Ditto 


i 8 


8 


Ayton 


R. Thomfon 


Ditto 


1 8 


6 


Ballamrae 


Mrs M'Crakan 


Ditto 


8 


Banchory 


W. Shaw 


Ev. day ex. Wed. 


8i 


9 


Bariff 


J. Frafer 
R. jMochrie 


Every morniug 


8 




10 


Bathgate 


Ev. day ex. Sun. 


8 




5 


Beauly 


J. M'Alluni 


Every morning 


8 




11 


Bcild 


J. Hutchison 


Ditto 


8 




' 6 


geith 


Mrs Kerr 


Every day ex. Tu. 




8 


7 


Bervie 


J. L'hrifiie 


Every day 


8 




8 


Be i wick 


|. Forfter 


Ditto 


t' P3 


7 


Biggar 


M. Cree 


Mon.Thur.&Sat. 


6 


Blackfhiells 


T. Ness 


Sun. Tuef. & End. 


8 


4 


Biairgourie 


J. Peter 


Every day 


8 




7 


Bon aw 


T. Harriman 


Mon. Thur. & Sat. 




8 


9 


Eo-ncfs 


T. Johnfton 


Twice every day 


8 


8 


5 


Brechin 


T. Smith 
R. Macnab 


Every day 


8 




8 


Bridge of Earn 


Every day 


8 




6 


Briu; . c Hadcirk 


D. Grant 


Mon.Thur.&Sat. 


8 




12 


Broughton 


D. Johnfton 


Every day 


8 




5 


Burntifland 


A. Haxton 


Ditto 


8 




5 


Cairndow 


C. Brown 


Every day exc.Tu. 




8 


8 


Cailendar 


G. M'Ewan 


Every day exc.W. 




8 


7 


Campbelton 


J- Maxwell 


Mon.Thur.&Sat. 




8 


rp 


Cai imih. 


A. Dingwall 


Mon. & Thurf. 


8 




*3 


Carlifle 


G. Sewell 


Every day 


~ 


UI 


8 


Carnwath 


j. Smith 


Ev. day ex. Wed. 


r 


6 


1 Caftle Douglas 


G. Cameron 


Every morning 


8 




•MS 























TiVamt'scf'TGzi/is. 


Postma* ttrs. 


Days of Jbkpatcb. 1 


hour. 1 


F. 


Chance Inn 


D. M'Lean 


Every day 


8 


8 


Coll 


C. Morifon 


Every Thurfday 


?i ! 


IO 


Coldftream 
Colinfburgh 


RDick 

Mrs Andeifon 


Every day 

Every morning 


11 

+ 


P3 


7 


s 




6 


Comrie 


P. M'Farlane 


Every morning 


8 




7 


Cupar-Angus 


G. Brown 


Ditto 


8 




7 


Cupar-Fife 


D. Methven 


Ditto 


8 




6 


Crail 


\V. Brown 


Ditto 


8 




7 


Creetown 


J. Stewart 


Ditto 


8 




8 


Crieff 


R. Campbell 


Ditto 


8 




7 


Cromarty 


Miss M'Kenzie 


Every day exc. W. 


8 




ii 


Cowdenburn 


G. Clapperton 


Every day 


8 




5 


Cullen 


J. Somerville 
Airs Harrower 


Every morning 


S 




13 


Culrofs 


Ditto 







5 


Cumnock 


Mrs Swan 


Everyday but Tu. 




8 


6 


Dalmaliy 


P. Smith 


Mon.Th'ur.&Sat. 




8 


9 


Dairy 


J. Stirrat 


Every day exc. Tues 




8 


7 


Denny 


W. Adams 


Every day 




8 


6 


Dingwall 


P. Hay 


Every morning 


8 




ll 


Dornoch 


W. Taylor 


Every morning 


S 




I 2 


Douglas Mill 


J. Gillefpie 


Every evening 


8 


" 


Downe 


J. Gibfcn 


Every day exc. Wed. 




8 


6 


Dry-men 


Mrs Garner 


I\lon. Thurf. is. Sat. 




8 


7 


Dunbarton 


R. M'Symon 


Every evening 




8 


7 


Dunfermline 


A. Angus 


Every morning 


8 




; 


Dumfries 


R. Threshie 


Every morning 


8 




, 


Dunbar 


Mrs Dryfdale 


Every day 


i|P3 

8 


5 


Dunbeath 


W- Sinclair 


Every morning 


Ii 


Dunblane 


M. Coldftream 


Every evening 




8 


6 


Dundee 


J. Chriftal 


Every morning 


8 




7 


Dunkeld 


k.Cargill 


Ditto 


6 




7 


Dunning 


A. 1'hompfon 


Ditto 


8 




; 


Dunoon 


A. Fletcher 


Sun. Tuef. & Frid. 




8 


7 


Dunfe 


Mrs Selby 


Everv dav 


i 


F3 


7 


Dunvegau 


J. Mackenzie 


Mono. &' Thurf. 


i 




1-2 


Dyfart 


A. Thomfon 


Every morning 


8 




5 


Eaglefham 


H.Montgomery 


Every day 




8 


7 


Earlfton 


W.Hogg 


lues. Fri. Sun. 


iim 


6 


Ecclefechan 


W. Scott 


Every day 


$ 




7 


Eddlefton 


A. TJiorburn 


Ever/ morning 


8 




3 


Elgin 


P. Duff 


Ditto 


8 




1C 


Ellon 


A. Davidfon 


Ditto 


8 




9 


Ely 


A. 1'hompfon 


Ditto 


6 




6 


Errol 


A. Mathers 


Ditto 


8 




7 


Falkirk 


A. Ramfay 


Twice every day 


8 


8 


5 


Falkland 


W. Gulland 


Every morning 


8 




6 


Fuchaber3 


G. M'Hardy 


Ditto 


8 




IO 


Forfar 


J. Neave 


Ditto 


8! 


" 



£6 



\Nnmei ofToium 

Torres 

Fort Auguftus 

Fort George ' 

Fortrofe 

Fort William 

Fraleriburgh 

Gallailiiells 

Gatehoufe 

Girvan 

Glammis 

Glai'gow 

Glcnluce 

Grantown 

Greenlaw 

Greenock 

Haddington 

Hamilton 

Hawick 

Ht-lenfburgh 

Holy town 

Huna 

Huntly 

Inchture 

In vera ry 

fnvergordon 

Inverkeithing 

Invernefs 

Irvine 

Jedburgh 

Keith 

Kelfo 

Keky Bridge 

Kennoway 

Killin 

Kilmarnock 

Kilfyth 

Kincardine 

Kincard. O'Neii 

King horn 

Kingulhe 

Kinrofs 

Kin tore 

Kip pen 

Kirkcaldy 

Kirkcudbright 

Kirkintulloch 



Postmasters. 
A.Frafer 
A. M'Donald 
A. Tulloch 
Wm. Young- 
Mrs M'Dougall 
G. Land 
J Brown 
W. Cowan 
R. Drynan 
D. Inglis 
D. Bannatyne 
A. Han nay 
R. Innes 

{Grieve 
M : Kechnie 
.Martin 
D. Barrie 
Mifs Inglis 
J. Hyndman 
Wm Rufl'ell 
D. M'Beath 
K. Stewart 
F. Reid 
D. M'Dean 
H. Holm 
Mrs Barr 
W. Grant 
J. Dean 
Mrs Ainflie 
XV. Gordon 

Darling 
Stewart 
Mrs Fifher 
P. McNab 
W. Rankin 
J. Marfhall 
L Reid 
A. Cromar 
W. Reekie 
D. M'Kinnon 
J. Baird 
A. Rofs 

Irs Adams 
J. Thomibn 
J. Baird 
A. Rochead 



d1 



Days of Dispatch. 
Every morning 
Mon. Th. & Sat. 
Everv morning 
Every day exc. Wed. 
Mon. Th. & Sat. 
Ev. day exc. Wed. 
Ev. day exc. Wed. 
Every morning 
Every evening 
Every morning 
Twice every day 
Every morning 
Ev. day exc. Wed. 
Mon.Thur.&Sat. 
Twice every day 
Every day 
Every day exc. Sun. 
Every day but Tu. 
Every evening 
F^very day 
Wed. & Sat. 
Sun.'Fuef. & Frid. 
Every morning 
Every even.but'Fu 
Every morning 
Ditto 
Ditto 

Every evening 
Every day but Tu. 
Mo. Thur. & Sat. 
F.very day 
Ditto 

Every morning 
Mo. Thur. & Sat. 

ivery day 
Ditto 

Twice every day 
Ev. day exc. Wed. 
Every morning 
Mon.Thur.&Sat. 
Every morning 
Sun. Tuef. & Frid. 
Mon. Th. & Sat. 
Every morning 
Ditto 
Every evening 



hour. 


P\ 


8 


JO 


8 




ii 


8 




ii 


8 




ii 




8 


10 


8 




IO 


I 


P3 


8 
8 




8 


8 


8 • 


7 


8 8 


6 


8 


9 


8 


ii 


+V3 


7 


8; 8 


7 


i;M 


5 


8 ! 





to* 


8 




8 


7 


8 




6 


8 




12 


8 




IO 


8 




7 




8 


18 


8 




1 1 


8 




4 


8 




II 




8 


7 


|P3 


8 


8 


IO 


i 


P3 


7 
5 


8 




6 




8 


7 




8 


7 




8 


6 


8 


8 


5 


8 




9 


8 




5 


8 




ii 


8 




5 


8 




9 




8 


9 


8 




5 


8 




8 




8 


6 



Barnes of Tgivns, 

Kirkwall 

Kirriemuir 

Laggan 

Lanark 

Langholm 

Largs 

Lauder 

Laurence-Kirk 

Leadhills 

Lerwick 

Leven 

Linlithgow 

Linton 

Loch Carron 

Lochearnhead 

Lochgilphead 

Lochmaben 

Lockerby 

Longtown 

Lufs 

Mauchline 

Maybole 

Meigk 

Melrofe 

Mid-Calder 

Middleton 

Moffat 

Monihive 

Montrofe 

Mortlach 

Munlcchy 

Morven 

Muirkirk 

Muirdrum 

Nairn 

Neilftcn 

Newburgh 

New Galloway 

Newt. Stewart 

N. Queensferry 

Novar 

Oban 

Old Deer 

Old Mekirum 

Oldrain 

Paifky 

Parkhill 

Peebles 



Postmasters. 
A. Watt 
Mils Ogilvie 
A.M'Kcnzie 
T. Lamb 
W. Little 
Mrs Hull 
D. Elliot 
J. Scott 
R. Martin 
J. Rofs 
A Howden 
J.Fotheringham 
G. Williamion 
G. Jeffrey 
H. Chriftie 
A. Munro 
R. Ricli3rdfon 
Mrs Jardine 
Miss Mowat 
D. Turner 
Airs Mavitie 
O. Jamieibn 
A. Weddell 
W. Cook 
Mrs Ward rope 
J. Baillic 
J'Rae 
W. Smith 
J. Aberdeen 
W. Ingram 
D. Fraser 
S. Cameron 
Mrs Lapraick 
j. Fitchet 
J- Grant 
jM. Anderfon 
jMifs Brown 
i J. Murray 
|R Guthrie 
;G. Brow a 
D. Munro 
J. Bavne 
J. Watt 
T. Simpfon 
J. Home 
A.Kerr 
J. Montgomery 
J. Cairns 



Days of Dispatch. 
Wed. & Sat. 
Lvery aay exc. W. 
jMon. Thur. Sat. 
Twice every day 
Every day 
Every evening 
Mon.Tu.Th.&Sat. 
Ev. day ex. Wed 
Mond. &Thurf. 
Saturday 
Every morning 
Every evening 
Sun. Tu. & rrid. 
Mond. and Thunf. 
Mon. Th. & Sat. 
Ditto 

Ev. day exc. Sun. 
Every looming 
Every day 
Every evening 
Every day but Tu. 
Every evening 
Every morning 
Evfry day exc. W^ 
Every morning 
Every day 
Every morning - 
Sun. Wed. & Fri. 
Every morning 
Mon'. Th. & Sat. 
Every day exc. Wed. 
Every Thurfday 
M.Tu.Th.&Sat. 
Every morning 
Ditto 

Mon.Wed.&Fr. 
Every morning 
Su. Tu. Th. Fr. 
Every morning 
Ditto 
Ditto 

Mon. Th. &Sat. 
Every day exc.W. 
Everv morning 
Sun. Tuef. & Frid. 
Twice every day 
'Every morning 
Every morning 



45 



j-Vumcsof 'Tcivus. 


Postmasters. 


Days of Dispute/} 


hours. 


P. 


Perth 


C. Sidey 


Every morning 


8 


6 


Peterhead 


|. Arbuthnot 


Ditto 


8 




9 


Pittenweem 


P. Wation 


Ditto 


8 




6 


Portafkaig 


T. Hill 


Mon.Thur. & Sat. 




8 


1.3 


Port-Giafgow 


t. Luik 

T. Kennedy 


Twice every day 


8 


8 


7 


Port-Patrick 


Every morning 


8 




9 


Portfoy 


W. Reid ' 


Ditto 


8 




IO 


Prefs 


D. Home 


Every day 


i 
f 

A 


P3 


. 6 


Preftonkirk 


T. Gibb 
Mrs Crofs 


Every day 


P3 


.5 


Renfrew 


Every evening 




8 


7 


Rhynie 


T. Paterfon 


Sun. Tuef. Frid. 


8 




9 


Rothes 


W. Thomfon 


Sun. Tuef. & Frid. 


8 




IO 


Rothfay 


T. Leitch 
Mifs Frafer 


Every evening 




8 


8 


St Andrew's 


Every morning 
Every day but Fu. 


8 




7 


St Bofw. Green 


J. Scott 
J. Halliday 




P3 


8 


Sanquhar 


Sun. Wed. & Fri. 




8 


Sconfer 


A. M'Qneen 
M. Henclerlbn 


Moiid.&Thur. 


8 




12 


Selkirk 


Every day 


i 


i'i 


8 


Skene 


J. Sheriff 
W. Ruffell 


Sun. Tu. & Frid. 


8 




9 


S. (Queens ferry 


Every morning 


8 




/ 


Stagenall 


T. Brydone 


Every day 


j 


P' 


5 


Stewarton 


A. Barr 


Every evening 




8 


7 


Stirling 


W. Paterfon 


Twice every day 


8 


8 


6 


Stonehaven 


J. Lawfon 
K. M'lver 


Every morning 


8 




8 


Stornoway 


Saturday morning 


8 




12 


Stranraer 


Mrs M'Nifh 


Every evening 




8 


9 


Strathaven 


J.Tcnncnt 


Tu. Thur.'&Sat. 




8 


7 


Strathdon 


J. Wilfon 


Sun. 'Fuef. & Fri. 


8 




IO 


Strichen 


A Wilfon 


Mon.Thur.&Sat. 


8 




9 


Stromnei's 


W. Young 


Wed. & Sat. 


8 




x 3 


Strontian 


J. M'Lean 


Mon.Thur.&Sat. 




8 


IO 


; Tain 


A Manfon 


Every morning 


8 




a 


Tarbert 


J. M'Lulich 


Mon.Thur.&Sat. 




8 


9 


Tarland 


A.Thomfon 


Ev. day but Wed. 


8 




9 


Thornhill 


A- Kirkpatrick 


Sun. Wed. & Fri. 


8 




8 


Thurfo 


G. Paterfon 


Every morning 


8 




12 


Tobermory 


J. Sinclair 


Mon.Thur.&Sat. 




8 


xc 


Tongue 


13. M'Kenzie 


Ditto 


8 




T2 


Tullich 


G. Clark 


Sun. Tues. & Fri. 


8 




10 


Turriff 


A. Kemp 


Every morning 


8 




9 


Tyndrum 


F. Thomson 


Mon. Thur. Sat. 




8 


8 


Tyiee 


A. Campbell 


Thurfday 




8 


IO 


Ullapool 


M. M'Kenzie 


Monday 


8 




12 


Whitburn 


J. Wilfon 


Every morning 


8 




5 


Whithorn 


A M'Cready 


Every day ex. Tu, 


8 




q 


Wiek 


H. M'Lean 


Every day 


8 




1 


iWigton 
jWilfontown 


S. Gulline 


Ditto 


8 




■J. Meafon 


Ditto 


8 


s 



* + * The Mails are difpatched earlier on Sunday; and the Office 
(huts at Two o'clock on that day. 

The LONDON Mail is difpatched every day, Thursday ex 
cepted, at -j p. 3 o'clock afternoon. Portage is. Arrive^ every 
morning, except Wednesday. — Letters to and from any part on 
the London roads fhort of London, every day. 

Iriffi Mail daily at 8 A. M. & S P. M. 

Letters to the Leeward lfiands are fent on Saturday before 
the 1st and 3^/ Wednesday of every month ; Jamaica and North 
America on Saturday before the 1st Wednesday — Poftage 2s. yl 

Mails to the Continent difpatched on Tuesdays and Sat;>rdzys. 
There muft be paid at Edinburgh with all Letters, to E. Indies, 

i.f. — Spain, 2s. — Gibraltar,^-, lid* — Malta and Sicily, 3*. 3.-/. 

To France, Holland, Italy, Turkey, Germany, Switzerland,Den- 
mark, Sweden, & Ruflia, 2s. <d. — To Portugal, 2s. — Brazils & 
S. America, 3* . yd. — Cape of G. Hope, is. 8M Alio to any place 
where no regular packets, is. %±J. — Letters containing patterns 
open at the ends, not exceeding 1 oz. pay only as fingie letter?. 

Newspapers. — One penny muft be paid at ingiving with 
newfpapers fent to Ireland by Poft. 

, ship letters coming otherwife than by packet boats, 4d. 
for every fingie letter, in addition to the inland poftage. 

Letters put into any poft-office to be conveyed by any vefTel, 
not a packet, mult pay one-half of the prefent packet poftage. 

Money Orders. — For transmitting Small Sums by Poft, 
granted and paid by Mr Matthew (Agent for the Money 
Order Office), at the Poft Office, open from 11 to 3 P. M. where 
orders for London newfpapers are alfo received every lawful 
day from 1 to \ afternoon. 

PENNY POST.— Deliveries for Edinburgh, are 8 mooring 
in fummcr, and 9 in winter ; and 1 and 6 afternoon. — To Leith 
at 8 morning in i'ummer, and 9 in winter; at 1 and \ palt 3 ?.i- 
ternoon, and 8 in the evening. 

From Leith, at 8 morning, 1 & 3 afternoon , and 7 evening. 

To Collington, Pennycuick, Cramond, Libbertcn, Burrow- 
muirhead, Ford, Currie, Hermifton, and Ratho, 8 morn. 

To Dalkeith, Pvrtobdlo, Musselburgh, Prestxmfatts, and Lass ■ 
iv.ide, at 8 A. M. and J paft 3 P. M.— To Tranent i palt 3 P. A I. 
—To Kirklifton and Corftornhine, 8 morning and 8 evening. 

Receiving Houfts are cftablifhed in Chapel-street, South Ha 
noier-street, Castle-sireet, and Duke §tt\et. Letters for the deli- 
very of Edinburgh, or to go by the general Posr,must be put in- 
to these offices half an hour before time of delivery or departure. 

Privilege of Postage. — No Member of Parliament ean lend 
more than ten, nor receive more than fifteen letters free daily. 
One ounce 19 allowed for a Prank, when above that, the Mur 
chargeable with poftage. 

Soldiers' and feamen's letters pay id. at ingiving, for fingie let 
ters only. If id. not paid, or letters double, full poftage charted. 
47 



• 


F I A R S. C r op ISO" 


, per boll. 


FORFARSHIRE. 


HADDINGTON. 




s. d. 




s. d. 


s. 


d. 


Small Oats, 


Wheat 


31 6i 


Beft Wheat 34 


6h 


with fodder 


Oats 


24 4± 


Second ditto 33 


5k 


Ditto without 


Barley 


26 5A 


Third ditto 81 10A 


fodder 


Chefter Bear 


22 §1 


Beft Barley 33 


8| 


Market Malt 40 


Peafe 


28 


Second ditto 32 


9| 


Peafe 26 


Beans 


27 6 


Third ditto 31 


1* 


Wheat 30 


Oatmeal 


26 2 


Beft Oats 28 


9',- 


Rye no evidence 







Second ditto 26 ll| 





BERWICKSHIRE. 


Third ditto 24 


7A 


STIRLING. 


Wheat 


27 6 


Belt Peafe 31 lo" 


Wheat 31 


Merfe Barley 


32 


Second ditto 30 


6} 


Kerfe Barley 30 0, 


Lammermuir 


Third ditto 28 


4 


Dryfield do. 28 


Barley 


30 6 







Barley Malt 44 


Do Oats 


23 


MID-LOTHIAN. 




Common do. 40 


Rough Bear 


28 


Beft wheat 32 


6 


Kerse Bear 25 


Merfe Oats 


24 6 


Second ditto 30 





Dryfield Bear 22 C 


Peafe 


31 


Beft Barley 30 





Muirland do. 17 


Oatmeal, 8 st 


25 6 


Second ditto 28 


c 


Peafe & Beans 30 







Third ditto 27 





Kerse Oats 26 


FIFE 




Beft Oats 27 





Dryfield Oats 23 


White Whea 


- 31 6 


Secofld do. 25 





Ayr seed do. 20 


Red ditto 


30 6 


Beft oatmeal 27 


6 


Oatmeal 28 


Rve 


19 6 


Peafe&Beans 31 


6 





Barley 


26 6 


_ — 




AYRSHIRE. 


Bear 


25 


ABERDEENSHIRE. 


Oatmeal 26 8 


Oats 


24 6 


Farm Meal, 




Barley 34 6 


Meal,byweig 


ht27 6 


8 ftone 25 





Bear 31 


Meal, by mea 


f.26 6 


Do Bear with- 




Wheat SO 


Peafe & Beans 28 


out fodder 24 





White Corn 25 


Malt 


49 6 


White Meal, 











9 ftone 28 


2 





LANARKSHIRE. 


GreatOatswith 




PERTHSHIRE. 


Beft Oatmeal 


29 6 


fodder 36 





Beft Wheat 30 


•Second ditto 


27 


Ditto without 




Second do 27 4 


Belt Oats 


26 


fodder 23 





Beft Bear 25 


jSecond ditto 


21 


Brocked Oats 




Second do 22 


Beft Malt 


46 6 


with fodder 30 





Beft Oats 25 


Second ditto 


42 


Ditto without 




Second do 22 


Beft V. heat 


32 6 


fodder 18 





Peafe 28 10 


Second ditto 


30 


Bear with fod. 35 





Rye 25 


Beft Bear 


30 


Ware Bear, 




Mealby\veight27 


Second ditto 


26 


with fodder 32 





Do. measure 30 


Best Flour 


33 


Ditto without 






Second ditto 


31 


fodder 22 





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43 



PRINCIPAL FAIRS IN SCOTLAND. 
When any Fair falls on Saturday, it is generally delayed till Monday 
or Tuesdai, follatcing. — A ezv Style is alzuays understood, unless 
Old 8 tyle ( 0. S. J be mentioned. 



JANUARY. 
Ayr, i Tues. O. S. 
Arbroath, 51 day 
Airdrie, 2 Tues. 
Banff, 7 day 
Biggar, last Thur. O S 



A.nnan, 1 Thursday 
Banff, I Tues. O S 
Blair in Athol, 1 day 
Bucklyvie, 2 Tues. 
Carluke, 1 Thurs. 
CuparFife,iW.OS 



Cupar Fife, 1 Thu?s. Dornoch, I Wed. 
Crieff, 2 Tues. Doune, 11 day 

Dunferm. 3 Wed. OSDrummochie, 1 Frid 
Dunkeld, 21 day IDunkeld, 3 day 
Dunblane. 21 day (Dumfries, 2aaay 
Dunoon, 2 Wed. O S Dunoon, 2 Wed. O S 



Dunning, 26 day 
Ecclefechan, Friday 

after the 11 day 
Falkirk, last Thurs. 
Falkland, 2 Thur OS 
Gartmore, 8 day 
Glasgow, 2 Mon. 
BraOon, 1 Tues. OS 
H:;milton,lastTu.OS 
Kilsyth, 2 day 
Kilwinning, 21 day 
Kippcn, 1 Wed. 
Laurencekirk, 3 day 
Linlithgow, 1 Friday 

after 2 Tuesday 
Lockerby,2 Thur'.OS 
Lochmaben, the last 

Tuesday O S 
Machline, lastW.OS 
Mrithiil, 19 day 
O. Deer, 7, Thur. O S 
O. Meldrum, »Tn OS 
Peebles, 2 Tuesday 
Stonehaven, Th. bef. 

Christmas O S 
Strathaven, 1 Thurs. 
St Filan's, Killin, 20 d 
Tain. \ Tues.af. 1 day 
Turrcff, last lues O S 

FEBRUARY. 
Aberncthy, 12 day 
Airdrie. 2 Tues. 

. ."listens Even 
j. - ' ■ 



Dunning, 7 day 
Ecclefechan, Friday 

after 11 day 
Falkland, lastTh. OS 
Forfar, last Wed. 
Forres, 1 Wed. O S 
Fyvie, Fast. Even OS 
Glenshee, 3 Tuesday 
Hamilton, 2 Thurs. 
Huntly,lastTuOS 
Inverness, 11 day, or 

Wed. after 
Kilmarnock-Fast.Ev. 
Kirkton of AlfordJast 

Tuesday 
Kirkton Weem, 2Tu 
Lanark, last Tues. 
Largs, 1 Tuesday 
Linlithgow, 25 day 



Strichen,Iast.Th.OS 
Tarbert, ^ Tuesday 
ThornhilI,2Tu. O'S 
Wigton, 1 Friday OS 

MARCH. 
Alyth, Tues. after 2 

Thursday O S 
Auchterarder, 10 OS 
Blairgowrie, 3 Wed. 
Buchlyvie,aTues.OS 
Berwick, 1 Saturday 
Callendar, 10 O S 
Calder, 2 Tuesday 
Comrie, 21 day 
Cornh'dl, 1 Monday 
Dunbarton, 3 Tues. 
Dunbiaue, 1 W. OS 
Dunfermline, 2 Wed. 
Dunkeld, 8 day 
Dornoch, 3 Wed. 
Dunse, 1 Wednesday 
Dunning, 9 day 
Ecclefechan, Fr.af.n 
Falkirk, 1 Thursday 
Fochabers,lastW.OS 
Foulis, 11 & 19 days 
Glasgow, Th.b. Easter 
Galashiels, 3 Wed. 
House of Aluir sheep 

mar. last Monday 
Hu inly, last Tu. OS 



Lockerby,2Fhur.OS mverkeithing iWed. 
Monymusk, 2 Wed. Kelso, 1 Friday 
Nairn, 1 8 day Kenmore, 1 Tues. O S 

O. Deer, 3 Thur. O SjKipross, 3 Wed. O S 
Paisley, 3 Thursday Kirkpatrick, 17 or 18 
Rattray," 1 Tues. O S Kilsyth, 1 Tuesday . 
RuthvenofBadenoch ;Ladykirk, 2< day OS 

2 Tuesday Lockerby, 2Thur.OS 

Spittal of Glenshee, Marnoch, I Tu. O S 

22 dav, OS |Me!rose,Th.b.Easter 

Shots, 1 'Tuesday O S Mid Calder, 2 Tues, 
Stirling, 1 Friday Muline, 1 Tuesday 
Stonehaven, Th. bef. Nairn, 1 Tuesday 

Candlemas O S Old Deer, 2 Thur. OS 



Peebles, i Tuesday 
Penny cuiek, 3 Friday 
Perth, i Friday 
Rutherglen,iFridOS 
Strathaven, 1 Thurs. 
Selkirk, 25 O S 
Tain, 3 Tuesday 
Thornhill, a? OS 
Turreff, last Tu. O S 

APRIL. 
Anstruther Easter, 1 

Tuesday after 11 
Auchtermuchty,iTu 
Bathgate, 2 Wed. 
Brechin, 3 Wed- 
Carlops Green, 23 
Crossgates, last Tu. 
Cupar Angus, Thurs. 

before Easter 
CuparFifc,iWed.OS 
Dumbarton, Thurs. 

before Easter 
Dunfermline, 4 Wed. 
Dunning, 12 day 
Ecclefechan, Friday 

after 11 day 
Elgin,Th. btf. Easter 
Falkland, last Th. OS 



Old Deer, 2 Tues. OS 
Old Aberd een , Thurs. 

before Easter 
Perth, 1 Friday 
Rothsay,lastWed.OS 
RutherglemlastFrOS 
Saline, 3 Wednesday 
Shots, last Tues. O S 
Stewarton,last Fr.OS 
Strichen, last Th. OS 
Selkirk, 15 day 
St Boniface, 1 Wed. 
St Andrews,2Th.OS 
Trabrax, 1 Wed. 
Wigton, 1 Mon. O S 

I MAY. 
Aberdeen, 1 Tuesday 
Abernethy, 4 Wed. 
Annan, 1 Thursday 
Ardnamurchan, 19 
Ardnachyle, 17 
Airdrie, 3 Tu. O S 
Amalrie, 1 Wed. 
Banff, 3 Tutsday,OS 
Bathgate, j Wed.after 

Term, O S 
Berwick, 2 Wed. 
Blyth, 4 Tuesday ,OS 



Fettercairn,lastTuOSiBroadfoot, Fri. after 



Forres, 2 Wed. O S 
Fortrose, 1 Wed. 
Granton, last Tu. OS 
JKennoway. 1 Th. OS 
iKinpen, 2 Wed. 
'Lanark, last Wed. 
Langholm, 16 day 



last Tuesday 
Callender, 1 Thurs. 

O S 15 day N S 
Campble ton, 3 Tueg, 
Carluke, 21 day 



Ecclefechan, Frid. af- 
ter 11 day 
Elgin, 4 Tuesday 
Ellon, 1 Tu. O S 
Falkirk, 3 Thursday 
Fochabers, 3 W. O S 
Forgandenny, the last 

Thursday O S 
Gar tm ore, 16 day 
Glammis, 1 Wed. af- 
ter 26 day 
Glasgow, Whitweek- 
Glendarutll, Mond. 
before Whitsunday 
Greenlaw, 22 day 
Hamilton, Friday af- 
ter 15 O S 
Hawick, 17 day 
Herriot-house, 1 Fri- 
day after 26 
Houston, a Tues. 
Huntly, lTh. OS& 

last Tu O S 
Inverkeithing, 3 Th. 
Island of Isiay, 18 d. 
Jedburgh, Tues. after 
Whitsun -Tuesday 
Kilconquhar, 1 4 day 
Killin,Breadalbinei> 
Kilmarnock, 1 Tu OS 
Kingiassie,3Wed.OS 
Kippen, 26 day 
Kirkton of Weem, § 
Tuesday 



Carstairs, 1 Th. O S KenIochscriden,i6d 
jComrie, 1 Tuesday iKilsyth, last Thurs. 



hars,2 Wed.OS Cortown, 3 Th. O STanark, lastWed.OS 



Leslie, 1 Tues. OS 
Lcven, 2 Wed. O S 
Linlithgow, 3 Fr/d 
Lcckerby, iThur.OS 
Lochmab. iastTu.OS 
Lochgelly,! Th. OS 



♦ Melrose, Thurs. be- Dunblane, last lu. 
I fore Easter Dunning, 19 day 

jN. Galloway, iW.OS Durris, 2 Tuesday 
J Milnathort, 1 W. GSJDysa.rt, 6 day 
JNew Deer,i Tues.OSJDrimtavickiilichat- 
■Ochtergaven.lastTu.' tan, 13 day 



Crossgates, 4 Wed, iLockerby, 2 Th. O S 
Cumnock, last'i u.GS'Langhohn 3 iastTuOS 
Cupar Fife, last WOSjLuss, 24 day O S 
Doune,2 WedaesdayJMacbfine, 2 Tu. O S 
Dunbarton, 3 Tltep. Muthill, 6 day 
Dunbar, 1 Tu. af. 26.>Newmil3s, 3 Tu. OS 



Ochtergaven, last W. 
Old Deer, 2 Th. O S 
Paisley, 3 Thursday 
Peebles, 2 Wednes. 
Peterhead, ^Tu. OS 
Pitlessie, 2 Tu. O S 



Portree, last Tues. Falkland, 3 Th. O S Ruthvenof Badenocb 
Rutherglen, I Tu. af- Falkirk, 2 Thurs. 3 Tuesday 

ter Trinity Sun. Forfar, 26 day Renfrew, 2 Friday 

Renfrew, 3 1 uesday Forres, 25and26d.CS Saline, ij day O S 
Shots, 1 Tues. O S Fortrose, 3 Wed. Shots, 3 Tuesday OS 
Skirling, Tu. bsf. 12 F.Augustus, 2 Mond. Skirling, 1 Wed. af. 11 

and 3 Tu. after 11 Fouldon,lastWedOS Spittal of Glenshee, 
St Andrew's, 22 O S Gifford, 3 Tuesday 1 Tues. O S 
StewartonJastTuOb Gianton, 1 Frid. O S StewartondastThOS 
Stirling, last Friday Glenshee, 1 Tues.OS Stenton, last Tues. 
Strichen, 2 Tu. O S Glasgow, r Mod. af- Stonehaven, 1 Th. 
Stranraer, 1 Friday ter Whitsunday Strathaven, last Th. 
Sunart, 22 day Gordonsburgh, 2 W. Strathmiglo, 3 Frid. 

Tarbert, 22 day GraitneyTryst,2Th. Swinton, 3 Thursday 

Thornhill, 2 Tu. OS Hamilton, lastTh .OS Tarbrax, last Tu. but 
TurrefF, last Sat. O S Inverkeithing, 3 Th. one, O S 
Udney, 4 Tu. O S Jedburgh, iTu. after Torhose, 3 Wed. 
Whitsonbank, on Whitsun. Tues. Torbolton, 1 Tu OS 

Whitsun. Tuesday iKecmoreBreadal. 28 Upper Banchory, 2 
JUNE. Kinghorn, last Frid. ! Tuesday O S 

Aberdeen, 2 Tues. I Kinross, 1 day O S t Whitsonbank, on 
Aboyne, 3 WecLO S iKinrossie. 11 OS I Whitsun. Tu. 
Alyth, 2TU.&2? OS)Kirkton,Alford,2Tu Wigton, 17 O S 
Ayr, last Tues. 6 S JKirkyelholm, 27 day JULY. 

{Lanark, 1 & 2 Tues.lAicky,2Tu. Wed. & 



JLinton mar. 1 Wed. 
after 11 day 



Arbroath, 3 Wed. 

Bannockb. 2Tues.OS<Leven, 2 Wednesday 
Bathgate, 4 Wednes.' T ' 
Biggar, 2 Tu. O S 
Brechin, 2 Wednes. 
Buchlyvie, 26 day 
Bridge of Telt, 25 d. 
BaldonckieMuir,2W 
Cere3 in Fife, 24 day 
Cupar Fife, 25 O S 
Colinsburgh, 2 Frid. 
Culsalmond, lastTu. 
and Wed. O S 

Dumbarton, 1 Wed. 

Dunning, 20 day 

Dull, 9 day 
Dunn's Mar. 3 Wed 

Dun.se, 1 Tu. af. Tri- 
nity, and 1 Thurs. 

Dysart, 3 Tuesday 

Earlstown, 25 day 

Ecclefechan, 1 Tues. 
after 1 1 day 

Ellon, 1 Tues. O S 

Eyemouth, 1 Thurs. ' 
E2~ 



Thur. O S 
Alyth, last Tu. O S 
Anftruther Eafter, 5 



Livingston, 2 Friday, Arbroath, 18 day 
Lojchgelly, 1 Wed. jAuchtermuchty, 13 
Lonmay, 1 Tu. OS Bathgate, 3 Wed. 
Largs, 1 Tuesd. O S I Biggar, 1 Th. O S 
Linlithgow, 2 Thur. 1 Blairgowrie, 23 day 
Lauder, 3 Friday lBroadfoot,Faf.lastTu 
Lockerbv, 3 Th. O S\ Buchlwie,laftTu.OS 
Mauchline, 17 d. OS Carluke, laft Wed. 



Meigle, last Wed. 
Meikleour, 4 Friday 
Melrose, 1 Wednes. 
Molfat,24.orTu after 
Monifieth,2Tu.af.ll 
Nairn, 1 Tues. O S 
Newburgh, 3 Friday 
New Deer, 2 Tu. OS 
N.Berwick, lastTh. 
Cid Deer, 1 Th. O S 
Ormielate,Th.b.lW 
Perth, 15 day, conti- 
nues last fjrtnight 

5l" 



Carnv/ath, 1 Thur. 
Carft3irs,2Thur.OS 
Coldftream, 30 day 
Comrie, 11 day 
Crossgates, 3 Tu. OS 
Cupar in Fife, 25 OS 
Culross, laft Tue. 
Cumnock, 1 Tu. O S 
Coldingham, 25 day 
Dornoch, 1 W. and 22 
OS or 1 W. after 
Doune, 26 day 
Dunfermline '1 Wed. 



'Dunning, day before 

Kinross. 
Ecclcfcchan,Frid. af- 
ter ii day 
Eddlestone, 5 day 
Eiein, last Tuesday 
Falkirk, 2 Thursday 
Forfar, 1 Tuesday 
Galashiels, 8 day 
G art more, 7 day 
Gauldry,3'Fu. OS 
Glasgow, 2 Monday 
Greenock, 1 Thurs. 
Haddington, 2 Tues 
Hamilton, 2 Thurs. 
Hawick, 17 day — if 
Sunday, dav before 
Huntly, 1 Tues. O S 
Inverness, 1 W.af. 18 
Kelso, 10 day 
■Kcnraore, 26 dav 
Kilbarchan, 1 Wed, 



Peebles, Tu bef. 12 d Ellon, 3 Tues. O S ' 



Portrie. last Wed. 
Reedie, near K'rrie- 

riiuir,M.befSWOS 
Rothsay, 2 Wed. OS 
Renfrew, 3 Tuesday 
Ruthergkn^Frid OS 
St Bos well, 18 day 
St Andre tv'sjiTu.'OS 
Stewart on, lastTues- 

day, O S 
Stracnfillan, 3 day 
Strichen, 1 Tues. OS 
• Selkirk, 4 day O S 
(Tain, 2 Wednesday 
Tarbert, 3 Wed. OS 
Torryburn, 2 Wed. 
'ImrefElastFues OS 
Yetbolm, <? day. 
AUGUST. 
Airdrie, 3d Tues. 
Ailoa, 2 Wednesday 



nesday, O S 



Falkirk Tryst, 2 Tu 
Falkirk Fair, 3'Fhnrs 
Falkland, 1 Thursd. 

after 12 day 
Forfar, 1 Tues av 
Forres, 10 day, OS 01 

Wed. after 
FAugustus, 2 Thurs. 
F':ulis, 19 day 
N. Galloway, 1 Wed- 
nesday. O S 
Granton, Lady Fair, 

1 Friday, OS 
Hamilton, 2'j'h.OS 
Inverness, 1 Wed. 
Inverkcithing, 1 Wed 

after 11 OS 
Irvine, 3 Monday 
Jedburgh, 2 Tu. OS 
Kelso, 5 day 
Kinrossie, Frid. b.f 

Lammas, O S 
Killin, 1 Wednesday 
Kilsyth, 16 day 
Kirkwall, 1 Tues. af- 
ter n day 
Lanark,last FriJ. OS 
Tauder, a Frid a y 
I. even, 3 Wednesday 
Linlithgow, l day 
Lockcrby, 2 O S 
Laurence (Mearns), 

2 Tuesday v Q$ 
Luss, 11 day, O S 
Machlin e,iast'l u. OS 
Meikleour, 3 Friday 
Melrose, 1 2 day 
Milnathort, 29 day 
Dumbarton, 2 Tues. jMonymtisfc, 3 Wed. 



Kilmarnock, 3 Wed- Annan, j Thursday 



Auchinlech. last Tu. 



Kinross, 3 Wed. O S iAuchtennuchty,2id 
EartleChapel.Fr.alt 
3 Tuesday O S 



Kirkcaldy, 3 Wed. 

Lanark, lastWed.OSJ 

Langholm wool fairj-Bathgate, 3 Wed 

15 day JBcith, 30 day 

Largs, 3 Tuesday [Berwick, 1 Wed.be- 
Lauder, 4 Friday j fore 26 day 
Leven,iWed. & lastjBaldonckie Muir, 1 

Wednesday Wed. af. Lam. OS 

Lochgelly,3 Wed. i Blairgowrie, 2 Wed. 
Lochmaben, the lastjCallender, 1 Th. OS 

Tuesday, OS jCampbelton.il u.OS 
Machline, 22 O S jCarnwath, 2 Wed. OS 
Milnathort o day 
Mcilerstain,2Tu. OS. 
Moffat, £9 day 



iCockburmpath,2Ti 
{Crirond, 4 r Fu. O 



Newmills/2 Wed.OSjDunbkme, 10. O S Musselburgh, 2 '1 u. 
Ochterairder,2Tues-]Dundee, 15 day Muthel, 5 day 

day, O S (Dunfermline, 1 Tu. (Nairn, last Wed. 

Old Deer, 2 Tu. O ST'tinning, day after 'Newmills,22 day,OS 



Oldhamstocks, 1 



Tu.! 



For Us 



Orrniston, 1 Tue6. Dunoon, 2 Wed. 
Perth, 5 3c 3 Tu. OSJDunse, 26 day 
Paldy Fair, 1 Tues-;Dysart, 4 Wed. 
day after 11 day Ecclefechan, 26 



Gchterairder, 2, O S 
O S ; Ochtergaven,2 Wf* 
.Old Rain, 2I ues. and 
I iitwhoIeweek,OS 
OidDeer,lThurs.OS 



flhdslcy, 2 Thursday Kincardine CFNtdl, 2 Cofdingharo, 24 

:Padi-head, 1 Wed. 1 Wed. & Thur. Dalkeith, 3 Tuesday 
-Peebles, Tues. before, Kinglassie, Thu. bef. Dunfermline,lastTh. 
i 24 day Mich. O S Dunning, 24 day 

Penstoun, 1 Wed. 'Kirkcaldy, toft Wed. Dunoon, 2 Wed. OS 
Ruthergkn, 3Fr OS Kirkcudbright, 6 day Drimtavickiilichat- 
Shots, 1 Thurs. O S Keith, 2 Thursday tan, .-5 day 

Stirling, 1 Friday [Langholm, sheep 18 Earlstoun, 3 Thurs. 
Strathgarvie, 3 Tues. Leveii, 3 Wednes. Ecclefechan, 26 or 
Stranraer, last Frld. Lochgelly, 3 Wed. Friday before 

Strathaven, 2 Thurs.'Nairn, 2c, or Frid af. Elgin, 2 Tuesday 
Strichen, 2 Tues. OS; and thai davfortni. EyemoutulastThurs. 
St Laurence, zi day. Old De er, 1 Thu. O SlFalkirk Tryst, 2 Tu. 
StAndrew's 3 lday,OS Percy-Blackwater, 1 (Fochabers, 3Wed OS 
Selkirk, 10 day,' O S' Wednesday jForgandenny,thelast 

Tain, 3 Wednesday Peebles, 1 Tu.bef. 12. Thursday, O S 
Thormuil, iTues.OS Perth, 9 day Galashiels, 10 day 

Wigton,last Frid.OS ReediemearKirriem.JGartmore, 19 day 

SEPTEMBER. ) W.bef.FaIIdrktryst ; Giffbrd, 1 Tuesday 
Annan, 1 Tuesday Renfrew, 2£ day Gkr.darnell,2Tu OS 
after V) day Skiriing, 15 day Graitney,lThurs.af- 

Auchanskalch, 3 Tu. S^ Andrew's, 29. O S ter Falkirk 

OS [Stirling, 3 Friday Greenlaw, last Th. 

Bridgend in Isla, 25 Tafiras, j Tu. OS Gknshee, 3 Tu. O S 
Balloch, 1,- day Wemyss, 2 Wed. Haddington, 2 Th. 

Cariops Green, 23 OC FOEER. Hawick Tryst, 3 Tu. 

Campbeltown, 3 TuJ Aberdeen, 1 Tues. Inverkeithing,;;Wcd. 
Coldstone, 1 Th. OS Aboyne, 1 Tu. O S Kilmarnock, 3 Wed- 
Crossgates, 2 Thur. lAlyth,Tn. bef. 10.OSJ nesday, O S 
Dumfries, last Wed. Annan, yi Thurs. Kinethmbnthgf 1 
Dundee, 19 day [Axdnamurehan, 15. 
Dunfermline, 4 Fri. [Ardnachyle, 19 day 
Dunning. 4 day Aytoan, 12 day 

jDurris, List Wed. (Ayr, 3 Tuesday 
Ecclefechan, i3th cajBalblair, 2 Wed. OS:Kippen, 23 cay 
Friday before |Biggar ? last Th. O S Kirkintilloch,^ 
Eddleston, 25 day JBannbckb. 2 Tu 03 
Falkirk tryst, 2 Tu. [Bathgate, 4 Wed. 
Falkland, 4 i hur. Blackford, 7 dav 
Forfar, laft Wed. Byth, § Tuesday, OS 
Galashiels, 10 day- Catlender, 9 day 
Gran ton, 3 Tu. OS J Carluke, 31 day 
Graitncy, 15 orMon- Ceres in Fife, 20 day 

day after 
Huctly, 2 Tu. O S 
Inverness, 1 Wed. af- 



ter 1 1 OS 
Jedburgh, %$ day 
Kenmore, it day 



day, O S 
Kinghon:, I Friday 
Kinross, 18 day, OS 
Killin, 27 day 

oGay 
Kirktown of Dull, 6 
K.niochscriden, 17 I 
Kinglassie,Th.bcfore- 
Michaelmas, O S j 
Kennoway, 4 iVlon. i 
Kirkyetho'm, 24 day , 
Largs, 4 Tuesday 
Leslie, 10 day 



Leve.i, 3 Wednesday 



CoBinsbHrgh, 2 Frid 
Cupar Fife, lTh. OS 

Cumnock, } Tu. OS;Leuch.us,3-Frid. OS 
Crieff, 10 djv iLcckerby, 2 day,QS 

CrossmichaeijThurs. [Lanark, 4 Friday 



«UT29 



Lau ier, 



iday 



Lochimaben, the last Aboyuc, 2 W 



OS & 2Tu.af.il, OS 
Airdrie, 1 Tu. O S 
AnstrutherEaster,12 



Fuesday, OS 

Luss, !4 day, O S 

Machline, 27. O S 

MeigF, last Wed. 

Meikleour, 4 Friday 

Mellerstain,iTu.OS 

Mid-Calder, Frid. in 
weeks of Falkirk 
Tryst 

Moffat, 20 or Tu. af. 

Monifieth, 2 Tu. af- 
ter 11 day 

Muthill, ji day 

New Deer, 2 Tu. OS 

Newmiils, 18 O S 

Ochterarcter, 7 day 

Ochtergaven, 18 day 

Old Deer, 1 Th. OS 

Par toncraigs, lastTu 

Fenny cuick, 1 Frid. 

Perth, 20 day 

Pathhead, 7 day 

Peebles, 17, when 
Sunday, 10 

Pitiessie,' 3 Wed. OS 

Pitlochry," 3 Wed.OSjCuIross, 3 Wed 

Ratho, Frici. af.2Tu.j Dornoch, 1 Wed. 

Roihsay,lastWedOSiDoune, 26 day 

Ruthergkn, 3 M.OSi Dumbarton, 2 Tues, 



Alloa, 2 Wednesday Galashiels, 3 Wed. 
Annan, 1st Tuesday; Giarnmis, 1 Wed. af- 

after 11th [ ter 22 day 

Vlyth, 1 T11.& Wed. Glasgow, Wed. after 



Foulis, 6 day 



Martinmas 
Gordon sburgh, 2 W. 
Granton,! Thurs.OS 



Auchtermuchty,fiilt Graitney, 2 Thurs. 



Tuesday 

Bathgate, 1 Wed. af- 
ter Martinmas 

Blairgowrie, 1 Wed. 

Berwick, 1 Wed. 

Bo'ness, 16 day 

Buchlyvie, 18 day 

Campbclton, IstTu. 
OS 

Carftairs, 2 Th O S 

Chirnside, last Th. 

Cockenzie, 1 Thur. 

C ok! stream, 12 day 

Conrie, 8 day 

Croesgates, Frid. be- 
i'ore Hallowfair 

Cupar Fife, 11 OS 



Saline, 6 day, O S 
Sanquhar, 1 A'lon.OS 
Shots, 4 Tuesday, OS 
Spittal, 3 'lues. O 8 
Stenton, last Tues. 
Stranraer, last Frid. 
Swinton, 4 Tuesday 
Selkirk, 20 day, O S 
St Laurenec, 31 day 
Sunart, 18 day 
Tain, 3 Tuesdav 
Tuireff, lTu.OS 
Tarbert, last Tues. 
Tarbrax, 1 Wed. 
Torbolton, 2Tu. OS 
Wigton, last Frid.OS 
Yetholm, 31 day 
NOVEMBER. 
Abemethy, 2 Thurs. 



Dumblane, 11 day 
Dunbar, 1 Tu. af. 22 
Dunfermline, 4 Wed. 
Dunkeld, 2 Tu. 
Dunse, 17, orTu. aft. 
Dunning, 17 day 
Dysart, 8 day 
Fcclcfechan,Fri.af.ll 
Edinburgh, 2 Mon. 

Flallow Fair 
Ellon, 1 Tuesday ,OS 
Falkirk, 1 Thursday 
Forfar, 1 W ednesday 
Falkland, 1 day, O S 
Fettercairn, the last 

Tuesday, O S 
Forres, 2 '\Ved. and 

Thursday, O S 
Fortrose, 2 day 

*" 54 ■*-*■ 



Greenock, 4Tues 
Hamilton, 2 1 h. OS 
Hawick, 8 day 
Huntly, 1 Tu.'O S 
Jedburgh, 1 Tu. O i> 
Inverness, 1 Wed. af- 
ter II, OS 
Kelso, 2 day 
Kc:mv.;re, 2Tues. OS 
Kiliin, i Tuesday, OS 
Kinrossie, Frid. bef. 

Martinmas, O S 
Kirkton of Weem, 3 

3 Thursday 
Ki'conquhar, 8 day 
Kilsyth, a^ dav 
Lanark, l*Wed. O S 
Lauder, 4 Friday 
Linlithgow, 1 Friday 
Livingston, 1 rritlay 
Langholm, Wednes- 
day before £2 
Lochgelly, 1 Thurs. 
Longside, 3 Tues.OS 
Lockerby, 2 Th. OS 
Luss, 7 day, O S 
Melrose, 22 day 
Methlick, 2 Tu. O S 
Milnathort, 5 day 
Moffat, 1 Tu. O S 
Newburgb, ?c, OS 
Newmiils, £9, O S 
N.EerwickdastThu; 
Ochtcrairder, 25, OS 
Ochtenraveu, ic day 
Old Deer, 2 Th. S 
Oldhamstocks, 1 Tu 
Paisley, 2 Thursday 
Peebles, Tu. bef. i2 
Peterhead, 2 Tu. OS 



'ftavnie, 4 Tu. O S Alvtb,2Tucsday, OSiLanark, last Tuesday 
Ruthven, z Tu O S Banff, 3 Tuesday ,OS Lockerby,Th. before 
Rutherglfen, 3 Tr. OS Barcbansary,tTuOS Christmas, O S 
Smquhar,i Mon.OS Calander, 1 Tb. O S Machhne, 2 Tu. O S 
Shots, last Tues. OS.Comrie, 4 day 
Stewartor.,1 Frid.af-IDornoeh, 1 Wed. 
ter 12,andiThurs.;Dunning, 22 day 



tbereaiter 
Stirling, 1 Friday 
Strathaven, 1 Thurs. 
Strathmiglo,! Friday 
Strichen, 1 'Tu. O S 
St Andrew's, yc, OS 
[Fain, 22 day 



Donne, 26 day 
Ecclefechan,Fr. af. ll 
Elgin, 2 Tuesday 
Fochabers, 3 \\ .' OS 
Forres 
OS 



Nairn, 3 Tuesday 
Old Deer, 2Tu. OS 

Peebles,Tu c s.bef. 12 
Perth, li and I rid;.y 
before Christmas j 
Renfrew, 1 Friday j 
Selkirk, 8 day, O S 



,St John's day,';St:rli.r;g, 2 Friuuy 
if Wled. Thu'r.]St Laurence, 19' day j 



orFrid. orWed* aft. Tcim 1 "u.bcTChristm 
Thornhiil, % Tu. OS Fortingal, e dav Trm-ff, 1 Tu. O S 
Udny &Yony ?TuCS Huntly, 1 tu, 6 S tarVas, 4 Tues. O S 

Df.Ch MB t-T:. [Kenmoi .-. 3 and 22 
Aberdeen, iTae^eLy'Kirktoi: Alford, J Tu. 



TJXES. 



PR. OFF Li V TAX. 
On Lands zvA "Ed&tmeiAs, as. for every 20s. of the annual 

raliKg to be bajd by the Landlord. 
On Lauds and Tenements. ;*. cd. for every 20s. of the annual 

value, to be raid by the Occupier. 
On Dividends from the Efcnds ; Income from any kind of Pro- 
perty, or from any Profession or Trade ; and upon every] 
Public Office, or Employment of Profit — 26. lor every 2os. of 
the annual value tb< rebi. 
Persons whose incomes do not exceed 50I. exempted ; ar.c those 
above 50I. and Lis than 150L are entitled to an allowance of 
is. for every 20s. that the income is less than 150I. 
No person chargeable whose income arises \\ Lully from labour, 
in case the wages shall not have exceeded 30s. in any one 
week of the preceding year. 

Persons neglecting to make returns of income within the time 
'required, or to deliver schedules, or refusing to appear on sum- 
mons before the Commission ers, cr to verify their statemefa 
jof income, if required so to do, forfeit 201. and double duty ■ — 
,There is a similar penalty on occupiers of land delivering ialse 
accounts of its annual value. Persons guilty of any fraud in 
claiming exemption or abatements forfeit 50i. and treble duty ; 
and if any person shall refuse to allow any deduction authoris- 
ed to be made out of any yearly interest of money or other an- 
nual payment, he cr she shall forfeit treble the value of such 
principal money or debt; and for such refusal, in the case of 
any rent or annuity, the offender forfeits SOL; and any contract 
or agreement for any such payment, without deduction of thej 
property-duty, is declared to be entirely void. 



ASSESSED TAXES. 




1 


DUTIES ON HOUSES AND WIND! 


DWS 




No. of 

Windows. 


Duty per Houfe 
per Tear. 


No. of 
Windows. 


Duty per Houfe 
per Year. 




L. s. d. 




L. 


s. d. 


i to 6 


046 


33 


22 


I 


* Ditto 


060 


34 


22 


18 


7 


18 


35 


23 


14 6 


8 


1 11 


36 


24 


n 6 


9 


200 


37 


25 


8 6 


IO 


2 14 o- 


38 


26 


5 


II 


3 10 6 


39 


27 


2 


IZ 


4 7 6 


40 to 44 


28 


15 6 


*3 


5 4 6 


45 49 


31 


11 6 


14 


6 1 6 


50 54 


34 


8 


}5 


6 18 


55 59 


37 


4 


16 


7 1 5 


60 64 


39 


13 6 


17 


8 12 


65 69 


4i 


18 6 


18 


986 


70 74 


44 


3 


19 


10 5 6 


75 79 


46 


8 


20 


11 2 6 


80 84 


48 


13 


21 


11 19 


85 89 


50 


18 


22 


iz 16 


90 94 


53 


2 6 


23 


13 13 


95 99 


55 


7 6 


24 


14 9 6 


100 109 


58 


*5 ° 


35 


15 6 6 


no 119 


63 


4 6 


26 


16 3 6 


120 129 


67 


14 6 


27 


17 


130 139 


72 


4 


23 


17 17 


140 149 


76 


14 


29 


18 14 


150 159 


81 


3 6 


3° 


19 10 6 


160 169 


85 


13 6 


3* 


20 7 6 


170 179 


90 


3 


3 2 ' 


21 4 6 


180 & upw. 


93 


6 


above 180 3s. each. 






* Houfes having lefs than /even windows, if ch 
bited houfe duty, are liable to the duty aifixjhilh 
charged to that duty, only to four shillings and six 


arged to inha- 
,->?., and ii not 
pence. 



>6 



DU'I IES ON INHABITED HOUSES. 



9 

10 

ii 

12 

13 
14 
15 
16 

17 
18 

*9 

*0 J 

21 ; 

22 : 
23 



S.t f>tr 

Pound. 



1 6 



Total pi 

L. -. 



2 3 



*e 


^/ fc«- 


j T(.tnlper 


50* 


Po^.J. 


3 e.ir. 


N 


s. d. 


L. s. d. 


24 


2 3 


2 14 O 


25 





2 25 3 


26- 





2 iC 6 


27 





3C9 


, 28 





3 3o 


*9 





3 5 3 


30 





3 7 6 


31 





3 9 9 


3* 





3 is 


33 





3 14 3 


24 





3 16 6 


S* 





3 i2 9 


3^ 





410 


37 





4 3 3 


38 





4 5 6 


59 





4 7 9 


40' 


2 10 


5 13 4 


41 





5 16 a 


4- 


__ 


5 19 



And fp on. at the rate of 2s. iod. per pound for any rent. 

Every coach -houfe, ftable, brew-houfe, Wafh-Loufe, laundry 
wood-houfe-, hake^houfe, dairy, and all other offices, and al 
yards, courts, and curtilages, and gardens and plcai'ure ground: 
bemnging to and occupied with any dwtlHng- houfe, fhall be 
valued together with fuch ho-ife ; provided ro more than one 
acre of :"uch gjafue'iis and plfeaftrfe grounds ihall in any cafe be 
fo valued. 

Ali fliops and wnrehoufes which are SrrtSeffed to the dwell- 
ir.g-houk, or have ai,y communication therewith, fhall in 
charging the faid duties be valued together with the dwelling- 
houlcyaud the iioufdmld and other oiiices aforefaid tkereunto 
belonging, extept fiich warehoafes and buildings upon or near 

to wharis); and alio except fuels war<houi r es as are ddiinct 

and icrarate buildings, and not parts of fuch dwcliing-houfe$,orj 
the fliops attached thereto. 



No. 


At per 

Servant 




L. s. 


i 


2 4 


2 


a 16 


3 


3 7 


4 


3i8 


5 


4 9 


6 


4 14 


7 


4 16 


8 


5 3 


9 


5 12 


IO 


I 6 3 





At per 


Total per 




Servant 


Tear. 




L. s. 


L. s. 


11 


7 1 


77 " 


12 





84 12 


13 


— - 


9i 13 


14 





98 14 


IJ 





105 15 


16 





112 16 


17 





119 17 


18 





126 18 


19 





133 19 


20 





141 



DUTIES ON MALE SERVANTS. 

Total per 
Tear. 

L. s. 

2 4 

5 12 
io 1 
15 12 
22 5 
28 4 

33 If 
41 4 

50 8 
61 10 

And fo on at the fame rate for any number of fervants. 

For every such servant employed by any male person never 
having been married, over and above the before mentioned 
duties, the further sum of il 14s. 

For every trave'ler or rider employed by any merchant or tra- 
der, where one is kept, 2l. 8s. and where more than one is kept, 
3I. ics. 

For every clerk or book-keeper, where one is kept (except 
apprentices, where a premium lefs than 20I. has been paid) 
il. 4s. and where more than one, 2I. 8s. 

For every fhopman, warehoufe-keeper, or porter (except ap> 
prentices as aforefaid), il. 4s. 

Waiters at taverns, coffeehoufes, Sec. 2l. 5s. each;— liable' 
keepers, il. 4s. 

For every male fervant bona fide retained for the purpofes oi 
hufbandry, or any manufacture or trade by which the mailer 
or miftrefs (hall gain a livelihood or profit, and occahonally em- 
ployed in any demeftic employment, 6s. 

For every gardener employed in any garden wherein the con- 
stant labour of one person fhall not be necelfary, 6s. 

For every coachman, groom or poftilion, kept for the pur- 
pofe of letting to hire for any period lefs than a year, and 
in fuch manner that the Stamp-office duty, payable on horfes 
let to hire, fhall not be payable on every fuch letting, by any 

poltmailer or innkee per, 2l. 4 s. 

' 58 



DUTIES ON HORSES, AND ON HORSES & MULES. 



Duties on Horfes for riding 
or drawing Carriages. 



ho. 


Horfe. 


Total 

per Year. 




L. s. 


rf 


L. s. 


A 


i 


2 13 


6 


2 13 


6 


2 

3 


4 9 
4 18 


6 
6 


8 19 
14 15 



6 


4 


5 ^ 





20 8 





5 


5 3 





25 15 





6 


J 7 


6 


3a 5 





7 


5 10 





38 10 





8 


5 13 





44 





9 


5 12 





50 8 





IO 

ii 


5 17 
5 17 


6 
6 


38 15 
64 12 




6 


12 


5 17 


6 


70 IO 





13 


5 18 


c 


76 14 





14 


J 18 





82 12 





15 


5 18 





08 IO 





16 


5 18 





94 8 





17 


3 18 


6 


100 14 


6 


13 , 


5 19 


6 


107 11 





19 


6 





114 





b4 


6 1 





121 O 






Duties en other Horfes and 
on Muks. 



No. 

I 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 

17 
18 
19 

20 



At per 

Horfe. 


Total 
per Tear. 


s. d. 


L. 


s. d. 


14 O 





14 




1 


8 




2 


2 




2 
3 


16 

10 
4 








4 




4 

5 


18 

12 








6 


6 




7 








7 


14 




8 


8 







9 


2 




9 


16 
10 












4 





11 


18 








~ "■"" — ~ 


13 
14 


6 





And fo on at the fame rate for 
Horfes and 



any number of Horfes, and 

Mules. 



Horfes let to hire for any period Jefs than a year (where! 
no ftamp duty is paid;, and Ract -horfes, 2I. 13s. 6d. each. | 



Hujhar.dry Ho-fe. — Every perfen occupying a farm in Scot-j 
land, under iol. a year value, making a livelihood principally 
thereby, and likewife making profit by trade for which not 
more than two horfes, &c. are ufed, for each, 23. iod. 



39 



DUTIES ON CARRIAGES VVI TH FOUR WHEELS. | 


A r o. 


At per Car- 
riage rviih 
4 IVbcelsfc, 
private tips: 


Total 
per Year. 


[ Sta^e Coaches 

,. VPoflChaifes 

MO '\ii"iti X Wheels 

at 9/, 9s. each. 






L. r. d 


L. s. J. 




Z. j. fjl 




I 


ii 5 o 


II 5 


1 


990 






12 7 o 


24 14 O 


2 


18 18 




3 


13 i° ° 


40 10 


3 


28 7 




4 


14 


56 


4 


37 16 




5 


14 12 O 


73 | 


5 


47 50 




6 


15 3 


90 i3 I 


6 


50 T4 




7 J 


15 14 


109 18 | 


7 


65 3 




8 


16 5 


130 


8 


75 12 




9.1 


16 16 


rjr 4 


9 


85 1 




And 

And 
carriage 


fo on at the (V 

for every addi 

jl. IIS. 


ime rate for any number of Carriages, 
tional body fuccefiively ufedon the fame 





DUTIES ON CARRIAGES WITH TWO WHEELS, 
Caniages with 2 Wheels, drawn by I Korfe, L.5 18 o each 
Ditto, drawn by 2 or more Horfes, - 8 J o 

For any additional Body ufed on the Ume 

carriage, - - •••.••■•• ii6 o 
Taxed Carts, 166 

COACHMAKERS DUTY. 

F.very coachmakrr, - L.o 6 o 

For every carriage of four wheels bivlt for fale, 126 

For every carriage of 2 whetls fo built, - o n 3 

Every feller of carriages by auction or c^mmiflion, 060 

For every carriage ot four wheels fo fold, - 126 

I For every carriage of 2 wheels fo fold, • o 11 3 

DUTIES ON DOGS. 
1 Every Perfon who (hall keep any Greyhound, H^und, Poin- 
ter, Setring-dog, Spaniel, Lurcher, or Terrier, or who fhali keep 
tvvo or more Dogs, of whatever deEription or denomination the 
Lme may be, fhall annually pay 1 is. 6d. for each. 

Perions keeping one Dog, no; being of any of the defcriptions 
ibove named, 7s. 
Peifons compounding for their Hounds to be c har ged, 34I. _ 

ou 



ARMORIAL BEARINGS DUTY. 

Persons using Armorial Bearings, an a keeping a Coach L. s. d. 
or other taxable Carriage - - z 8 o 

Persons not keepiag such Carriage, but charged to 
the House or Window Duty - - 140 

Persons not keeping such Carriage, nor being charge- 
able to the House or Window Dutv - o 12 o 
HAIR PQWDER DUTY. 

Persons wearing or using Hair Powder - 136 

HORSE DEALERS DUTY. 

Persons excreting the business of an Horse Dealer 11 5 o 
GAME DUTY. 

Upon every person who shall use any Do?, Gun, Net, 
cr ocher Engine, for the purpose of taking or killing 
any Game whatever, orany Woodcock, Snipe, Quail, 
or Landrail, or any Conies, in any part of Britain. 

Jf such person shall be a Servant to any person duly 
charged, in respect of such Servant, to the duties 
granted on Servants by this act, and shall use any 
Dog, Gun, Net, or other Engine, for any of the 
purposes before mentioned,' upon any Lands in 
Scotland, by virtue of any deputation or appoint- 
ment, duly registered, or entered as Gamtkeeper 
thereto, there shall be charged the annual sum of 1 1 c 

And if such person shall not be a Servant for whom 
the said duties on servants shall be charged, yearly, 3 3 o 

Upon every other person, using any Dog,occ. yearly, 3 3 o 



ALLOWANCES 
Out of lie Affeffed Taxes, to Pcrfors in rcfpeSl of the number of 
their CbiUren. 
(46 Geo. III. c. 84.) 

Every perfon having more than two children born in lawful 
wedlock, and bona fide maintained at the expence of fuch per- 
fon, (hall for every fuch child above two, be entitled to an al- 
lowance after the rate of four pounds per cent, on the amount 
of all the affeffmen's on fuch perfon by virtue of the affeffed 
tax acls, in cafe the total amount of all the faid affeffments 
(hall be under forty pounds in any one year ; which allowance 
fhall be made annually out of the duties fo charged, at any time 
in the year of affeffmenr, on delivery of a declaration in wric- 
ing, containing the whole number of fuch children, and their 
reipectivc names and places of rebdence, and which of them 
are of the family, or rcfide tlfewhere. 

The children by any former marriage, either of the hufband 
or wife, or of the hufband or wife Geceafed, fhall eq-ually en- 
title the hufband or wife, or furviving hufband or wife main- 
taining fuch children, to the benefit of fuch. allowances as hi 
other own children. 

F 6V - 



NhW STAMP DUfliiS, 

COMMENCING OCTOBFR It. 1808. 

The new Duties imposed by the act 48th Geo. IIT, cap. 149 
are of the like nature, and in general of the same amount, 
with the late Duties ; but a more precise and accurate de 
scription is given of the Instruments on which they at- 
tach. There are some Duties altogether new, and some new in 
amount — Admissions to Offices, &c. on Instruments of Con- 
veyance, Contract, Obligation, and Security; on Deeds in ge- 
neral; and on other Instruments, Matters, and Things con- 
tained in the schedule referred to in the act, which can only 
legally be drawn or prepared by Writers to the Signet, Solici- 
tors, Procurators, Notaries, or by Public Officers, Clerks of 
Court cr Corporations, bv virtue of their offices, who are re- 
sponsible for such Instruments being written on paper, parch- 
ment, or vellum, stamped with the legal duties, will be attend- 
ed to by those employed to draw or prepare such Instruments 
in the course of their professional or official duty. — The Duties 
applicable tothe different Instrumentsin theschedule are classed 
and alphabetically arranged, with numerous references, so as 
to constitute a complete Table of Duties, in the most convenient 
and practical form, and to supersede the necessity of those 
compilations to which the proles->ion of the law and the pu- 
blic have hitherto found it expedient to resort. The schedule 
is a 'so framed so as not to admit of arty abridgement that can be safe 1 
It/ relied upon. The Commissioners of the Stamp Duties^ therefore I 
fin their notice respecting this neiu act J, recommend it to the profes- 
sion^ and others nvhom it mat/concern^ to look only 10 the schedule it- 
self for information. 

J he following Instruments, Matters, and Things chargeable 
with Duties, may howf.vcr be prepared and drawn by the 
parties themselves — !r is therefore deemed proper to give the 
schedule, with the regulation's, &c. verbatim, so far as regard* 
Instruments. 8:c. of this description. 

AFFIDAVIT, not made for the immediate purpose of being 
filed, read, or used in any court of law or equity ; for every 
sheet er piece of paper, parchment, or vellum, on which the 
same shall be written or printed . . L.o % 6 

Exemptions from the preceding and all other stamp duties. 

Affidavits required or au'horised by law, to be made before 
jany Justice or Justices of the Peace, or before any Commis- 
sioner or Commissioners of any public Board of Revenue, or 
any of the officers acting under rhem; or before any other 
Commissioner or Commissioners appointed or to be appoint- 
ed by act of Parliament. 

Affidavits relating to the loss, mutilation, or defacement of 
any bank note or bank post bill. 

All Affidavits, Contracts, Mortgages, Conveyances, Dee3s 
ar.d Instruments whatever, exempted from stamp duty, by the 



act of tlie 42d year ol his Majesty's rtiuPi c. 116, or any other 
[act or acrs of Parliament now in force, relating to the redemp-j 
'tion and sale of the land tax. 

AGREEMENT, or any minute or memorandum of an 
agreement, made in England under hand only, or made in, 
Scotland without :niy clause of registration (and not otherwise] 
charged in this schedule, nor expressly exempted from all stamp 
duty), where the matter thereof shall be of the value of 20I. 
or upwards, whether the same shall be only evidence of a con- 
tract, or obligatory upon the parties from its being a written 
instrument, together with every schedule, receipt, or other 
matter put or indorsed thereon or annexed thereto; 

Where the same shall not contain more than 1080 words 
(being the amount of fifteen common law folios or sheets of 
seventy-two words each) . . . L.o 16 o 

And where the same shall contain more than 

1080 words . . . . 1 10 o 

And for every entire quantity ef 1080 words 
contained therein, over and above the first 
1.080 words, a further progressive duty of I o o 

Provided always, that where divers letters shall be offered 
in evidence, to prove any agreement between the parties who 
shall have written such letters, it shall be sufficient, if any one 
of such letters shall be stamped with a duty of il. 10s. altho r 
the same shall in the whole contain twice the number of 1080 
words or upwards. 

Provisions of former acts respecting agreements to be ap 
plied only to agreements now charged with 16s. — Agreements 
for leases valid if stamped with lease duty. 
Exemptions from the preceding and all other stamp duties. 

Label, slip, or memorandum, containing the heads of in 
surances to be made by the Corporations of the R.oyal Ex 
change As?urance and London Assurance ; or by the Corpo 
rations of the Royal Exchange Assurance of houses and goods 
from fire, and London Assurance of houses and goods from 
fire: 

Memorandum or agreement for granting a lease or tack, at 
rack rent, of any messuage, land, or tenement, under the year- 
ly rent of five pounds : 

Memorandum or agreement for the hire of any labourer, 
artificer, manufacturer, or menial servant: 

Memorandum, letter, or agreement, made for or relating 
to the sale of any goods, wares, or merchandise : 

Memorandum or agreement made between the master and 
mariners of any ship or vessel, for wages, on any voyage coast 
wise from port to port in Great Britain : 

Letters containing any agreement (not before exempted) in 
respect of any merchandise, or evidence of such an agreement, 
which shall pass by the post, between merchants or other per 
|Fg go— ' - * 



suns carrying on trade or commerce in Great Britain, and re- 
siding and actually being, at the time of sending such letters, 
at the distance or fifty miles from each ochef. 

APPRAISEMENT or valuation of any estate or effects, 
real or personal, heritable or moveable; or of any interest 
therein; or of the annual value tht-reof; or of any dilapida- 
tions; or of any repairs wanted; or of the materials and la- 
bour ustd or to be used in any buildings; or of any artificers 
work whatsoever ; 

Where the amount of such appraisement or valuation shall 
not exceed 50!. . . . I .0 a 6 

And where i! shall exceed 58L and not exceed iccl. 050 
And where it shall exceed 100I. and not exceed 20' 1. c $0 o 
And where it shall exceed 200L and not exceed 500I. o 15 o 
And whert it shall exceed 500I. . . 100 

hxemptions. 
Any appraisement or valuation, made in pursuance of the 
order of any Court of Admiralty or Vice Admiralty, or of 
any Court of Appeal from any sentt nee, adjudication, or judg- 
ment of any Court of Admiralty or Vice Admiralty. 
LICENSE to use und exercise the calling or occupation of 
an appraiser .... L.o 6 

To be taken out, yearly, by every person who shall exer 
cise the said calling or occupation, or make any appraisement 
or valuation, hereinbefore charged with a duty, for or in ex' 
pectation of any gain, fee. or reward, except licensed au'Cj 
'lion-crs. 

INLAND BILL of EXCHANGE, draft, or order, for the 
payment to the bearer, or to order, either on demand or other- 
wise, Of any sum sf money, 

Amounting to 40s. and not exceeding 5I. 5s. . L.O- 1 o 
Exceeding 5I. 5s. and not exceeding 30I. . .016 
Exceeding 30b and not exceeding jel. . . o 2 o 
Exceeding 50I. and not exceeding icol. . .030 
Exceeding icol. and not exceeding 200I. . . 040 
Exceedmg 2:0!. and not exceeding 500I. . . o 5 
Exceeding 50c!. and not exceeding loccl. ..076 
Exceeding joccl. and not exceeding 3000I. . . o 10 o 
Exceeding 3000I. too 

lidan.i Bid] draft, or order, for the payment of any sum 
of money, though not made payable to the bearer or to or- 
der, ii the same *hall be delivered to the payee, or -some per- 

- n on his or her behalf, the same duty as on a Bill of Exchange 
tor the like sum, payable to bearer or order. 

Inland BUI, draft, or order, for the payment of any sum of 
money, weekly, monthly, or at any other stated periods, if 
made payable to the bearer, or to order, or if delivered to the 
payee or some person on his or her behaif ; — where the total 

amount of the money thereby made payable shall be specified 

— _ 1 



therein, or can be ascertained therefrom, the sacne duty as <>n 
a bill payable to bearer or order, for a sum equal to such total 
amount. 

And where the total amount of the money thereby made 
payable shall be indefinite, the same duty as on a bill for the 
sum therein expressed only. 

And the following instruments shall be deemed and taken 
to be inland bills, dratts, or orders, for the payment of money 
within the intent and meaning of this schedule, and of the fore- 
going act, viz. 

All drafts or orders for the payment of any sum of money, 
by a bill or promissory note, or for the delivery of any sach 
bill or note, in payment or satisfaction of any sum of money ; 
where such drafts or orders shall require the payment or deli- 
very to he made to the bearer or order, or shall be delivered 
to the payee, or some person on his or her behalf: 

All receipts given by any banker or bankers, or other per- 
son or persons, for money received, which shall entitle, or be 
intended to entitle, the person or persons paying the money, 
or the bearer of such receipts, to receive the like sum from any 
third person or persons : 

And all bills, drafts, or orders for the payment of any sum 
of money, out of any particular fund, which may or may not 
be available; or upon any condition or contingency, which 
may or may not be performed or happen; if the same shall 
be made payable to the bearer or to order, or if the same shail 
be delivered to the payee or some person on his or her behalf 
FOREIGN BILL of EXCHANGE (or Bill of Exchange 
drawn in but payable out of Great Britain) if drawn singly, 
and not in a set, the same duty as on an inland bill of the same 
jamount and tenor. 

foreign Bills of Exchange, drawn in sets according to the 

custom of merchants ; for every bill of each set ; where the 

sum made payable thereby shall not exceed icol. l..o 1 o 

! And where it shall exceed icol. and not exceed 2coI. o 1 o 

j And where it shall exceed acoL and not exceed 50c]. 030 

I And where it shall exceed 5C0I. and not exceed 1000I. o 4 

LA nd where it shall exceed iocol. and not exceeed 3C00I 050 

[And where.it shall exceed 3cccl. o 10 o 

Exemptions from the preceding and all other Stamp Duties. 

All bills of exchange, or bank post bills, issued by the Go 

vcrnor and Company of the Bank of England : 

All bilis, orders, remittance bills and remittance certifi 
cates, drawn by Commissioned Officers, Masters, and Sur- 
geons in the Navy, or by any Commissioner or Commission- 
ers of the Navy, under the authority of the act passed in the 
|3jth yi-ar of bis Majesty's reign, for the more expeditious pay- 
iment of the wages and pay ot certain officers belonging to the 
'Navy : 

j, 3 i — | 1 _ 



Ail Mil.-* drawn pursuant Eft any former acb or adfcs of Par 
liament, by the Commissioners of the Navy, or by the Com- 
missioners for victualling the Navy, or by the Commissioners 
for managing the Transport Service, and for taking care of 
sick and wounded seamen, upon and payable by the Treasu- 
rer of the Navy •. 

All drafts or orders for the payment of any sum of money 
to fhe bearer on demand, and drawn upon arty banker or 
bankers, or any person or persons acting as a. banker, who 
shall reside or transact the business of a banker, within ten 
miles of the place where such drafts or orders shall be drawn; 
provided such place shall be specified in such drafts or orders; 
nd provided the same shall bear date on or before the day 6a\ 
which the same shall be issued ; and provided the same do not 
direct the payment to be made by bills or promissory notes 

All bibs, for the pay and allowances of his Majesty's land 
forces, or tor other expenditures liable to be charged in the pu 
biic regimental or district accounts, which shall be drawn ac 
cording to the forms new prescribed, or hereafter to be- pre 
. i i!:cd by Iris Majesty's orders, by the Paymasters of regiments 
r corps, i,r by the Chief Paymaster or Deputy Paymaster 
and Accountant of the Army Depot, or by the Paymasters 
Recruiting Districts, or by the Paymasters of detachments 
or by the Officer or Of5t*ers authorised to perform the ddftiel 
of the Paymastcrship, during a vacancy, or the absence, sus- 
pension, or incapacity of any such Paymaster as aforesaid; 
ave and except siuh bills as sh?.ll be drawn in favour of con- 
tractors or others, who furnish bread or forage to his Majesty's 
troops, and who, by theircontracts or agreements, shall be liable 
to pay the stamp duties on the btlis given jn payment lor the 
articles supplied hy them. 

DEPUTATION or APPOINTMENT of a 

Gamekeeper . . . . 1 .1 10 o 

LE T TER, or Power of Attorney, made by any petty offi 

cer. seaman, marine, or soldier serving as a marine, tor receiv- 

tag p'ize money .... L.o 1 b 

Lethrov Powerof Attorney, of any otherk;nd,or 
Commission or Factory in the nature thereof I c o 

And where the same, together with any sche- 
dule, or other matter,.put cr indorsed thereon, 
or annexed thereto, shall contain zi6o words 
or upwards, then, for every entire quantity of 
lofco words contained therein, over and above 
the rim ic3o words, a further progressive duty 
of . . l o o 

PROMISSORY NOTES.— The duties on promissory notes, 
payable to the bearer on demand^ commonly called Bankers Notes, 
tut su i i not exceeding iotil. ate augmented; and such notes 
are allowed to be reissued, alter payment, without a ny limit a 



titan ot time, if not exceeding zl. Z». ana tor Lite space or thiee 
(.years from the date, if exceeding that sum; but no such note 
(above loo!, nor any other kind of note whatever.can be reissued, 
'after being once {aid; and bankers and others, issuing any of 
the -n«. tes allowed to be reissued,, must take out a iicen&e ot 
In), for that purpose yearly. 

Promissory Not:, for the payment, to bearer on demand, of 
any sum of money, 

Not exceeding il. is. . L.o o 4 

Exceeding il. is. and not exceeding at. 2s. . 00b 

Exceeding 2I. 1%. and not exceeding 5'. 5s. . o 1 c 

Exceeding 5I. 5s. and not exceeding 20I. . 010! 

Exceeding 20L and not exceeding 30!. . , o 3 oj 
Exceeding "Xo\. and not exceeding 50!. . . 046 
Exceeding 50I. and not exceeding 100I. . .076 
"Which said notes for any sum, not exceeding 2I. 2S. may be 
reissued, after payment thereof, as often as shall be thought 
tit; and the said notes for any sum exceeding J. 2$. and not 
exceeding ioct. may be reissued from time to time after pay- 
ment thereof, until the expiration of three years irom the date 
rhcreof, but not af;erw-rds. 

Promissory Note, tor the payment, in any other manner than 
to tiie bearer on demand, of any sum of money, 
Amounting to 4cs. and not exceeding 5I. 5* L.o I c 

Exceeding 5L 5s. and r.ot exceeding 30!. . 016 

Exceeding 30I. and not exceeding 50!. . . o 2 \i 

Exceeding 50L and not exceeding io:l. . . 03c 
These uotes arc not to be reissued, aiier being 
once paid. 

Promissory Nuic, for the payment, either to the bearer ot 
leiwand, or in any other manner than to the bearer ou de 
maud, of any sum - of mon.-y, 
Exceeding tc-oi. and not exceeding 2ccl. . 04c 

Exceeding zzo\. and not exceeding scoi. . o j c 

Exceeding 500!. and not exceeding iccol. . 076 

Exceeding 10. ol. aad not exceeding 300c!. . o 10 o 

Exceeding 3000!. ...... 100 

These nous are not to be reissued, after being 
once paid. 

Promissory Note, for the payment of any sum of snoney by 
instalments', or tor the payment ot several sums of money : at 
ddlercnt days or times, so that the whole of the money to be 
paid oliall be definite and certain — the same duty as on a 
promissory note, payable after date, for a sum equal to the 
whole amour; t of the money to be paid. 

And the following instrument* shall be deemed arid taken 
to be promissory notes, within the intent and meaning of this 
schedule, viz. 
All notes, promising the payment of anv sum or sums of 

■ ' ,,J 4r' ~ 



money out of any particular hind, whisb may or may not be 
available; or upon any condition or contingency, which may or 
may not he performed or happen; if the same shall he made 
payable to the bearer, or to order, and if the same shall be de- 
finite and certain, and not amount in the whole to twenty 
pounds ; 

And all receipts for money deposited in anv bank, or in the 
hands of any banker or hankers, which shall contain any 
a^reqmenfc or memorandum, importing that interest shall be 
paid for the money so deposired. 

Exemptions from the duties on promissory notes. 
All notes, promising the pavment of any sum or sums of 
money out of any particular fund, which may or may not be 
available. ; or upon any condition or contingency, which may 
or may not be performed cr happen ; where the same shall not 
be ni.i ! payable to the bearer or to order ; and also where the 
ratnc s 'i be made payable to the bearet or to order, if the 
same s ij! amount, to twenty pounds, or be indefinite ; 

And A\ other instruments, bearing in any degree the form 
or style of promissory notes, but which in law shall be deem- 
ed special agreements, except those hereby expressly directed 
to be deemed promissory notes. 

But such of the notes and instruments here exempted from 
the duty on promissory notes, shall nevertheless be liable to 
the duty which may attach thereon, as agreements or other- 
wise. 
Exemptions from the preceding and all other stamp duties. 
AM promissory notes for the payment of money issued by 
the Governor and Company of the Bank of England. 

PROTEST <<f any iA\l of Exchange or Promissory Note, 
for any sum of money, 

Not amounting to 20I. . . l,.c 2 c 

Amounting to 20I. and not amounting to ieol. 03c 

Amounting to iool. and not amounting to 5C0I. 5 o 
Amounting to JcfcJ. or upwards . . o 10 o 

RECEIPJ or DISCHARGE, given for or upon the pay- 
ment of money. 

Amounting to il! and not amounting to ipl. L.o o 2 

Amounting to jcl. and not amounting to 20I. 004 

Amounting to 20I. and not amounting to 30I. o o o 

Amounting to 50I. and not amounting to icol. 010 

Amounting to icol. and not amounting to z:ol. o 2 c 

Amounting to 200I. and not amounting to jool. o 3 01 

Amounting to 500I. or upwards 050' 

And where any sum of money whatever shall be j 

therein expressed' or acknowledged to be received in 

full of all demands 05c 

' And any liote, memorandum, or writing whatsoevrr, given 

ko ar.y person, for or upon the payment of money, whereby 



any sum of money, debt, or demand, or any pan >i *rry debt 
-or demand, therein specific,!, and amounting to 21. or up-j 
'wards, shall be expressed or acknowledged to have been patd, 
'settled, balanced, or otherwise discharged or sa.t i>fied, or wh.ch 
'shall import or signify aoy such acknowledgement, and whe- 
ther the same shall or shall not be signed with the name of 
■any person, shail be deemed and taken to be a receipt for a sum 
iof money, of equal amount with the sum, defct, or demand, so 
(expressed or acknowledged to b3ve been paid, settled, bdau- 
iced, or otherwise discharged or satisfied, within the intent and 
meaning of this schedule and of the foregoing act, and shall be 
charged with a ducy accordingly. 

And any receipt or discharge, note, memorandum, or writ- 
ing whatever, given to any per c on, for or upon the payment of 
money, which shall contain, import, or slguifv any general ac- 
knowledgement of any debt, account, claim, or demand, ^1 ^ L > r - . 
accounts, claims, or demands, whereof the amount shall not 
he therein specified, having been paid, settled, balanced, or 
otherwise discharged or satisfied, or whereby any sum of mo- 
ney therein mentioned shall be acknowledged to be received, 
in full, or in discharge or satisfaction of any such debt, ac- 
count, claim, or demand, debts, accounts, cisims, or demands, 
and whether the same shall or shall r.ot be signed with the 
name of any person, shall be deemed and taken to be a receipt 
for the pumofjocl or upwards, within the intent and mean- 
ing or this schedule and of the foregoing act ; and shall be char- 
ged with the duty of 5s. accordingly. 

And all receipts, di>charges, and acknowledgements of the 
description aforesaid, which shall be given tor or upon pay- 
ments made by or With any hills or exchange, draits, promis- 
sory notes, or other securities for money, shall be deemed and 
taken to be receipts given upon the payment of money, within 
the intent and meaning of this schedule and of the foregoing 
act. 

Exemptions from the preceding duties on Receipts. 

Receipts exempted from stamp duty by any act or acts of 
the- present session relating to the assessed taxes : 

Receipts or discharges given by the Treasurer of the Navy, 
for any money impresred to or received by him, for the service 
of the navy -. 

Receipts or discharges given by any agent, for money im- 
presfed to him, on account of the pay of the army or ordnance: 

Receipts or discharge yiven by any officer, seaman, marine, 
or soldier, or their representatives respectively, for or on account 
ot any wagrs, pay, or Derision, due ir^m the Navy Office, Ar- 
my Pay Office, or Ordnance Office : 

Receipts or discharges given for the consideration money, 
for the purcha.-c of any share in any of tfo Government or 
Parliam entary Stocks or foods, or in the stocks and funds of 



fhe Governor and Company ot the Bunk ot hnyiand, or u! ih£ 
fast India Company, or South Sea Company, and for any di- 
vidend paid on any share of the said stocks or funds respectively: 

Receipts given for money, deposited in the Bank of Kngiand 
or in the Bank of Scotland, or Royal Bank of Scotland, or in 
r he Bank of the British Linen Company in Scotland, or in the 
hands of any banker or bankers, to be accounted for on de- 
mand; provided the same be not expressed to be received of, 
or by the hands of any other than the person or persons to 
whom the same is to be accounted for. But if with interest, 
see promissory note. 

Receipts or discharges, written upon promissory notes, bills 
of exchange, drafts or orders for the payment of money, duly 
stamped according to the laws in force at the date, thtreof ; or 
upon bills of exchange drawn out of but payable in Great Bri- 
tain : 

Receipts or discharges, given upon bills or notes of the Go- 
vernor and Company of the Bank of England: 

Letters by the general post, acknowledging the safe arrival 
ifany bills of exchange, promissory notes, or other securities 
for money : 

Receipts or discharges, indorsed or otherwise written upon, 
or contained in any bond, mortgage, or other security, or any 
conveyance, deed, or instrument whatever, duly stamped ac- 
cording to the laws in force at the date thereof, acknowledging 
(he receipt of the consideration money therein expressed, or 
the receipt of any principal money, interest, or annuity, there- 
by secured : 

Releases or discharges for money, by deeds duly stamped ac- 
cording to the laws in force at the date thereof: 

Receipts or discharges given for drawbacks or bounties, up- 
on the exportation of any goods or merchandise from Great 
Britain : 

Receipts or discharges for the return of any duties of cus- 
toms, upon certificates of over entry: 

Receipts or acknowledgements of payment, indorsed upon 
my bills, orders, remittance-bills, or remittance-certificates, 
drawn by commissioned officers, masters, and surgeons in the 
navy, or by any Commissioner or Commissioners of the navy, 
under the authority of the act passed in the 35th year of his 
Vtajesty's reign, for the more expeditious payment of the 
wages and pay of certain officers belonging to the navy : 

Receipts or acknowledgements of payment, indorsed upon 
any bills, drawn pursuant to any former act or acts ot Parlia- 
ment, by the Commissioners of the Navy, or by the Commis- 
sioners for Victualling the Navy, or by the Commissioners for 
managing the Transport Service and taking care of sick and 
wounded seamen, upon and payable by the Treasurer of the 

Navv. . , ■ ____^__ 

70 



POLICY of .Assurance ut Insurance, or otticr 
Instrument, by whatever name the same shall he 
jbrfled, whereby any insurance shall be made upon 
any life or lives, or upon any event or contingency, 
relating to or depending upon any life or lives, 

Where the sum insured shall not amount to 500I. 015 < 

And where it shall amount to 50c!. or upwards 1 10 < 

POLICIES for FIRE INSURANCES and Duty, and PO 
LICIES for SEA INSURANCES, remiin as formerly pub- 
lished ; but the duties of 2s. 6d. and 5s. on certain sea insurances 
described in the present act, are thereby extended to Policies. 
or other Instruments by whatever name called, whereby any 
otlicr laivfal insurance ivhat soever, not charged in the act, shall be 
made upon any property or interest whatever, from lo>s or da 
triage of any kind. And if the separate interests of two or mor, 
distinct persons shall be insured L>y one instrument, the duties, 
as the case mny require, shail be chirged thereon, in respect oi 
each ami every fractional part of 100!. as well as in respect ol 
every ftrtl sum insured upon any separate and distinct interest. 

CONFIRMATIONS of Testaments, testamentary or da- 
tive Eiks and Inventories. — In the cases of persons having; dien 
after the 10th of October 1804, and before or upon the icth of 
October 1808, the duties will be chargeable on the confirma- 
tions or eiks : But, in the cases of persous dying after the iorh 
of October 1808, the same will he chargeable on the invento- 
ries or additional inventories required to be recorded in the 
Commissary Court. In other respects, these duties are the 
same as at present; but they are not to attach on the value pi 
any estate or effects whereof the deceased was possessed as a 
trustee for other persons, and not beneficially. 

TAW PROCEEDINGS.— No new Duties, applicable to 
Scotland, have been introduced ; except in so far as the duty 
on depositions of witnesses is extended to depositions of every 
description, taken by commission or otherwise, in any cause or 
jsuit, before rhe Court of Session, Commission of'J'einds, n ; 
the Commissary Court at Edinburgh, i>r in any civil cause be- 
fore any inferior Court : And. the present duties are increased 
only in the cases of summonses before the Commission o! 
Teinds, and the High Court of Admiralty, which are placed 
upon the same footing with those before the Court ot Session, 
and Court of Exchequer. There is an exemption from the 
summons-duty, with relation to shits at the instance of the pu- 
blic prosecutor, for the public interest, or where the public re- 
venue is concerned. 

LEGACIES and SUCCESSIONS to Personal Estate upon 
Intestacy. — The only alteration in the duty on these is, that, in 
in the cases of residues, the duty is to attach upon the clear re- 
sidue, when devolving to one person, if it amounts to 20I. Or 
upwards; and upon every share amounting to 20I. or upwards, 

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but not on a less share of the clear residue, when devolving to 
two or more persons. But it being apprehended that many 
persons may have hi retofofe neglected to pay th<; duties on le 
gacies and on residues of personal estate, given by will, or de 
folved to next of kin upon intestacies, within the time prescri- 
bed bv law, through ignorance or inadvertence, cr from acci- 
dental or unavoidable causes, the act authorises the Commis- 
sioners to remit the penalties, which may have been incurred 
in such cases, provided the duty shall be paid on or before th.e 
31st of January 1809. 



The Duties on the following matters and things remain as 
: orn ■< riv published, and are not contained in the schedule an- 
nexed to the late act, viz. 

License to exercise the trade of a Pawnbroker. 

*o buy, sell, or deal in Lottery Tickets. 

to deal in Thread Lace of Foreign manufacture. 

,._ to deal in Thread Lace of British manufacture. 

Hat License and Duty. 

Medicine License and Duty. 

LrcENse and Duty for carriages employed as stage coaches 
or diligences. 

LrcENSE and Duty by Postmasters letting horses to hire for 
less than twenty-eight successive days. 

Horses, tkc. entered to run for any plate, &c. an annual 

dlltv. 

Duty on Gold and Silver Plate. 
Cai'Ds per pack p 2- 6 

Dice p^r pair, and all other things ufed L>r any 

gam*? of chance 100 

Pa m vh r kt or half a fheet or lefs, each copy o o o\ 

Ditto, being larger than half a fheet, and not exceed- 
ing en- whole fheet, each copy o o I 
Ditto, exceeding a fheet, and not exceeding fix fheets 

oclavo, or a leffer fize, twelve fheets quarto, and 

twentv in folio, for every fheet in one copy o % o 

N: ■wspaVer of half a meet or lefs, tor every fuch 

piper ° 3-} 

Ditto of one fheet, .md f©r every additional half 

fheet , 003 

Anv. utisement in any news-paper or periodical 

pamphlet * 030 

Almanack, or Knlendir, or book or pamphlet 

ferving the fame pitrpofe, for any time not ex- 
; eeeding one year o i o 

Ditto for fever d years— for each and every year 
! f< r which the Lme mail be made, publiflieJ, or 

intend-d R I ° 

'Dittoperpetu.il ° 1Q ° 



PEERAGE OF SGOTjLAND. 

In the order of the Union Roll. 

The 1 6 Peers marked thus * — Baronets are marked B. 
r^t EORGE, Prince and Steward of Scotland, Duke of Corn- 
^ Jr zvall and Roth s ay, born I2th, and created Prince of Wales 
an'd Earl of Chester 17th Aug. 1762, K. G. Married 8th April 
1795 to Princefs Caroline bfSrunfwicfc. Issue, Princefs Charlotte 
Auguita, born January 7th, 1796. The King's eldeft fon was 
tirfc created Earl of Chefter in 1247, Prince oi Wales in 1337, 
and Duke of Rothfay in 1399. — [Chief Seats, Brigktelmstone 
Sussex ; Rockly, Hants. J 

DUKE ,5.— 9 . 
1643. ARCHIBALD HAMILTON, Duie of Hamilton 
[D. of Brandon 1711) Marq. of Douglas and Clydefdale, He- 
ritable Keeper of the Palace of Holyroodhoufe (fon to Jame: 
5th Duke of Hamilton, by Ann, daughter and heirefs o: 
Edward Spencer, Efq.) fuc. his nephew in 1799, mar. Lady 
H. Steuart, daughter of Alex. Earl of Galloway, who died 
n 1788. Issue, Alexander Marquis of Douglas and Clydesdale 
(Lord Dutton i8o6),Lcrd Lieutenant of Lanarkshire, and Co- 
lonel of the Lanarkshire militia ; and Lord Archibald Hamil- 
ton, M. P. for Lanarkshire ; the Duchess of Somerset, Lady 
Anne, and Viscountess Fincastle. — [Chief Seats, Hamilton P, 
lace, Lanarkshire; Kinnel House, Linlithgowshire , and Ashtor. 
Hall, Lancashire.! 

1673. HENRY SCOT, Duke of Bucchuch, Earl of Dal 
keith (Earl of Doncafter 1662), K. G. Lord Lieutenant of 
Mid-Lothian and Roxburghshire, Colonel of the Edinburgh 
militia, &c. son to Francis Earl of Dalkeith, by Lady Caroline 
Campbell, daughter of John Duke of Argyle, born 1746, suc- 
ceeded Ids grandfather 1752; mar. Lady Elizabeth, only fur- 
viving iil'ue of the late Duke of Montague, in 1767. Issue,Two 
sons, Earl of Dalkeith, and Lord Henry; (see titles Tyndale 
land Montagu, page 85) — and four daughters, Viscountess Stop- 
ford, Countess of Home, Lady Caroline (lady of Sir Charles 
Douglas, Bart.) and Countess of Ancram. — [Dalkeith Palace, 
and Smeaton, Mid-Lothian ; Langholm, Dumfriesshire', Tyndale, 
Oxfordshire ; Blackheath, Kent; and Richmond, Surry ] 

1675. CHARLES LENNOX, Duke of Lennox, Earl of March, 
{Duke of Richmond 1675), a Privy Councillor, Lord Lieutenant 
of Ireland, aLieutenant-General, Colonel of the 35th foot, (son 
of Lord George Lennox, by Lady Louisa Kerr, daughter of 
the Marquis of Lothian), succeeded his uncle in 1806, born in 
1764, and married Lady Charlotte, eldest daughter of the Duke 
of Gordon. I sue. — \Goodivood, Sussex.] 

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1684. ALEX. GORDON, Duke of Gordon, Marquis of 
Huntley (Earl of Norwich in 1784,) K. T. Keeper of the 
Great Seal of Scotland, fon to Cofrno Duke of Gordon, by 
Lady Catherine Gordon, born 1743, fucceededhis father 1752' 
married Jane, filter to Sir Wm. Maxwell of Monreith, in 1767 [| 1 
Issue, George Marquis of Huntley, Colonel of the 42d|' 
foot, Lieutenant- General in the army, and Lord Lieutenant! 
of Aberdeenshire ; and five daughters, viz. Duchess of Rich- 
mond, Lady Magdalene Palmer, Duchess of Manchester 
Marchioness Cornwallis, and the Duchess of Bedford. — 
Gordon Cast U and Huntly Lodge , Banffshire ; Slrathbogie, Aber- 
ieensiire.] 

1684. WILLTAM DOUGLAS, Duke of Queensberry, Mar 
quis of Drumlanrig (Lord Douglas 1786,) K. T. fon of Wil- 
liam Earl of March, by Lady Anne Hamilton, daughter of 
John Earl of Selkirk, born 1725, fuc. his coufin 1778; unmar. 
Vailing issue of his Grace the titles descend to the heirs of 
^ntail succeeding to the estates. — \Drumlanrig, Dumfries-shire 
yj'dpath Castle, Peebles-shire; Amesbury, Wiltshire', and Rich 
fiend, SurreySj 

1701. GEORGE WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Duke cf 
Argyll, Marquis of Lorn, &c. Lord Lieutenant of Argyllshire. 
(Lord Sundi-idge 1766, and Lord Hamilton 1776), Heritable 
Matter of the King's Houfehold in Scotland, <xc. born in 
T76S, (son to John Duke of Argyll, by Elizabeth, Duchefs 
Dowager of Hamilton,) fucceeded his father in 1806. Unmar- 
ried, — Lord John Campbell, the Duke's only brother, M.P. for 

Argyllshire, presumptive heir. Inverarv Castle, Argyllshire 

Rsseneatb, Dunbartonshire ; and Hartford, Essex!\ 

1703. JOHN MURRAY, Duke of At h oil, Marquis of 
Fulhbardnie, (E. Strange 1786,) K. T. Lord Lieut, of Perthshire 
1 Privy Counfellor, and Gov. of the ifle of Man, fon to J 
Duke of Atholl, by Lady Ch. Murray, daughter of James 
"Duke of Atholl, born 1755, fucceeded his father in 1774, and 
married, 1st, Jean, fifter to Vise. Cathcart, in 1774, who died 
in 1790; 2d, in 1794, Lady Macleod, eldeft daughter of the 
last Lord Forbes. Issue, Three sons and several daughters. — 
\DunMeld House, BL-ir, and Tullibardine Castles, Perthshire \ 
Douglas, Isle of Man.~\ 

I7°7— JAMES GRAHAM, Duke of Montrose, Marquis 
of Graham, (Earl Graham 1722,) K. 77 Master of the Horse. 
Lord Lieutenant of Stirlingshire, Colonel of the Stirlingshire. 
&c. militia, Lord Juftice General of Scotland, and a Privy 
CouniVIIor, fon to William Duke of Montrofe, by Lady Lucy 
Manners, daughter of the Duke of Rutland, born in 1755, 
fucceede'l his father in t70o; and married, ift, Lady Jemima 
Aihburnham ; 2d, Lady Caroline Montague, lifter to the 



(Juke of Mancheiter, by whom he has issue, oue foa and i'eve- 
•ul daughters.— \ Buchanan House, Dumbartonshire^ 

i^— WILLIAM K£R BELLENDEN, Duke of Roxburgh 
Marquis of Beaumont, Lord Bell end en 1661, died in 1805, with- 
out issue.— There are two claimants for the titles and estate of 
Roxhmhe, which, it is said, go to the heir of entail.— The title 
of LoidBelknden is believed to be extinct. 

MAR9UISSES.—1. 

1694. GEORGE HAYT Marquis of Ttueeddale, Earl os 
Gifford, Lieutenant in the foot guards, born 1787, (son oi 
George Marquis of Tweeddale, by Lady Hannah, sister of the 
Earl "of LauAerdale), succeeded his father in 1804.— [2 ester 
House, Haddingtonshire^] . . 

170I. WILLIAM JOHN KER, Marquis of Lothnm,Ezn 
of Ancram AVT. a General in the army, and Colonel of the, 
nth drag, (fon to W. Marquis of Lothian), born I737> suc- 
ceeded his father 1775, and married Mifs Fortefcue of Ireland 
1762, who died 1780.— Issue, William Earl of Ancram, mar- -, 
ried, ift, Lady Henrietta Hobart, daughter of the Earl of Buck-, 
inghamshire; 2d, Lady Harriet, daughter of the Duke of Buc- 
cleugh.— Issue, several other sons and daughters.— [Nezvestt.t 
House, Mid Lothian.'] 

EARL S.— 41. 

1399. GEO. LINDSAY CRAWFURD, Ear! of Cran 
furd ami Lindsay, Vifcount Carnock, died in 1808, without issue. 
He is succeeded in his estate by his sister Lady Mary, and the 
title of Craivfurd and Lindsay is claimed by Mr Charles Lind- 
say Crawfurd. ■■• '■ . TT 

1452. WILLIAM HAY CARR, Earl ofErrol, Lord Hay : 
Heritable Lord High Conftable, and Knight Manfchal of Scot- 
land (fon to Tames Earl of i rrol, by Mifs Carr, daughter of 
Sir W. Carr of Etal), born 1:72, fuc. his brother 1798 ; mar. lit, 
Mifs Bell, daughter of Mr Bell, Northumberland ; 2d, Ali- 
cia, daughter of Mr Elliot of Antigua. Issue. [Slaines Castle, 
Aberdeenshire.'] _ 

1456. * TAMES SINCLAIR, Earl of 'Caithness, Lord Berne 
dale, Lord Lieutenant of Caithnefsfhire, Lieutenant-Colonel 
of the Ross-shire, &c. militia (son of Sir James Sinclair of Mey), 
married, in 1784, Jean, daughter of Mr Campbell of Barcal- 
dine. Issue. B. — \Barogill, Caithness-shire.'] 

1457. GEORGE DO JGLAS, Earl of Morton, Lord Aber- 
dour (Lord Douglas of Lochleven 1791), K. T. Lord Cham- 
berlain of her Majefty's Houfehold, Lord Lieutenant of the 
county, and Colonel of the Fife militia, (fon of Sholto Earl 
of Morton, by Katharine, daughter of the Hon. J. Hamilton), 
born 1759, fucceeded his father in 1774- Unmarried.— [Dal- 
mahoy and Addi ston, Mid-Lothian', Aberdour House, EfeJ] 

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_jW of 

Lord Cardrofs (fon of Hen. Dav. Earl of Buchan, by Agnes, 
daughter of Sir Jas Steuart of Goodtrees), fuc. his father in 
1767, and married 1771 Marg. daughter of Mr Frafer of Fra- 
ferfield. His brother Henry married, 1st, Miss Fullerton ; 
3d, Mrs E. Munro; is presumptive heir, and has issue, [Dry- 
burgh Abbey, Roxburghshire ; Kirhhill, Linlithgowshire.] 

1503. HUGH MONTGOMERIE. Earl of Eglinton, Lord 
Montgomerie, Lofd Lieutenant of Ayrshire (Lord Ardrossan 
1806); (fon of Alexander Montgomerie of Coilsfield, by Lilias, 
daughter of Sir Robert Montgomere of Skelmorlie), fucceeded 
bis couiin in 1796; married Mifs Hamilton of Bourtriehill. — 
'ssue, Archibald Lord Montgomerie ; married Lady Mary 
Montgomerie, eldest daughter of the late Earl of Eglinton ; — 
and'two daughters. — \Evlinton Castle, AyrshircA 

1509. ARCHIBALD KENNEDY, Earl of Cassillis, 
Lord Kennedy, (Lord Ailsa 1806), son of Archibald Earl of 
Cassillis, by Miss Watts; fucceeded his father in 1794; he 
married, in 179.}, Margaret, daughter of Mr Erflrine of Dun 
Issue. i?. — I Cul-zcan Castle, Ayrshire. \ 

1581. FRANCIS STUART, Earl of Moray., Lord Doune 
'Lord Stuart of Caftieiiuart 1796,) Lord Lieutenant of Elgin- 
ihire , fon to Jas Earl of Moray, by Mifs G. Lockhart, fuc. 
his father 1767, and mar. 1763, Jane, lifter to Lord Gray, who 
tlied 1786. Issue. Fran. Lord "Doune, mar. 1795, ift, Lucy, 2d 
daughter of late General Scott of Baicomie, who died in 1798. 
Issue. — Married, ( 2d, in i8ci, Margaret, daughter of Sir Phillip 

Ainflie. Issue. [ Doune, Perthshire ; Donibristle, Fifeshirz : 

Prumsheugh, Alid Lothian ; Tarnivay Castle, Morayshire. \ 

*i6o4. ALEXANDER HOME, Earl of Home, LdDunglzss 
Lord Lieutenant of Berwickfhire, Colonel of the Berwickshire, 
&c. militia (son to Alex. Earl of Home, by Mifs Ramey of 
Great Yarmouth), born 1769, fucceeded his father in 1786 
married, in 1798, Lady Elizabeth Montague, ad daughter of 
the Duke of Buccleuch. Issiee. — \Hirsel, Berwickshire. \ 

*ioo6. JOHN LYON BOWES, Ear, of Strathmore, Lord 
Glammis (fon to John Earl of Strathmore, by Mifs Bowes 
daughter of Mr Bowes of Gibside) ; born 1769, fucceeded hi; 
father in 1776. Unmarried.— —\Glammis Castle, Forfarshire; 
Gibside, Durham 

1606. JOHN JAS. HAMILTON Earl of Abercorn, Lord 
Paifley, Iv.G. (Marquis of Abercorn in Great Britain, 1790, Vif. 
Strabane in Ireland), (fon of the Hon. Cant, John Hamilton), 
fucceeded his uncle 1789. He married, in 1779, Catherine, 
daughter of Sir James Copley, who died in 179 c ; issue. Mar- 
fried, 2d, in 1792, Lady Cecil Hamilton, his couiin, (divorced in 
r799). Married, 3d, in 1800, Lady Anne Hatton, daughter 
of the Earl of Arran,in Ireland. His Lordfhip is the only Peer 
who enjoys a Scotch, Britifh, and Iriih title. Iffue. — [ Pudding - 
7~6 



sion House, Mid-Lcthmn; FaisUy Abbey, Renfrewshire ; Bentiey 
Priory, Middlesex \ Barons Court, Ireland.] 

*i6io THOMAS ERSKINE, Earl of Kellie, Vifcount 
Fcnton Knight of the Swedish order of Gustavus Vasa (fon to 
Sir Wm Erikine of Camboj fucceeded his nephew in 1799; 
warned to Mifs Gordon, daughter of Capt. Gordon of Ar- 
doch. B. [Kellie Castle and Combo House, Fife.] 

*i6iq CHARLES HAMILTON, Earl of H aMngtou.ho^ 
Binnms? (fon of Thomas Earl of Haddington, by Mifs Holt), 
Lord Lieutenant of Haddingtonshire, born in 1753, fucceeded 
his father in 1794- He married Lady Sophia, fitter to the 
Earl of Hopetoun, l 7 79- A«* Lord Binning married Lady 
Maria Parker, daughter of the Earl of Macclesfield.— [ Tymug 
ham House, Haddingtonshire.'] 

1621 GEORGE STEWART, Earl of Galloway, Lord Gar- 
lics, (Lord Stewart of Garlies, 1796), Lord Lieutenant of 
Wigtonshire, and a Captain in the navy, (son to John Earl of 
G?lloway, by Anne, daughter of Sir James Dashwood), suc- 
ceeded his father in 1806: married in 1797, Lady Jane Pa- 
met, 2d daughter of the Earl of Uxbndge. Issue -[Galloway 
House, Wigtonshire; Garlies, Kirkcudbright; Great Ealing 
Middlesex.] 

162 1 TAMES MAITLAND, Earl of Lauderdale, VifGOunt 
Mauhnd, rLord Lauderdale of Thirlstane i8o5), a Privy Coun- 
cillor," and^ Heritable Standard Bearer (son of .ames Earl of 
Lauderbale,by Miss Lombe, daughter of Sir Thomas L°mbe) 
succeeded his'father in 1789. He married iJeanor , only c\a Id 
of Anthony Todd, Esq. in 1782. Issue. B.-[?hirhtane Castle, 
Berwickshire; Dunbar House, East Lothian.] 

16U THOMAS ROBERT HAY, Earl of Kmnoul,Vi{- 

unt Duplin (Lord Hay of Pedwarden 1711), Lord Lyon 
King at Arms, and Colonel of the Perthshire yeomanry son 
of Robert Earl of Kinnoul, by Anne, daughter of the Right 
Hon. Thomas Harley ; succeeded his father in 1804.— 1 ^"-P ; *> 

^iltf^'loHN CRICHTOxN STUART, Earl of Dm* 
frhs Lord Crichton (Earl of Windsor), eldest son of the late 
John Viscount Mounfctuart (son of the present Marquis ; of 
Kite] by Lady Penelope Crichton, only daughter of Patrick, 
Earl of Dumfries), succeeded his grandfather as Earl of Dum- 
fries in 1803-born 1793-* n\inor. Presumptive heir his 
only brothes Patrick James Herbert.— [Dumfries House, Ayr 

'""io"^. THOMAS BRUCE, Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, 
Lord Bruce, a Privy Councillor, Knight rf the TurfashOrd^ 

of the Crescent (son of Charles Earl of Elgm, by Miss UH ; e 
of London), born in 1766, succeeded his bt other 1771 \™ r Il? d 
in 1799, Miss Nisbe^onlv duughter ot Wilnam HamiltonJ^ 



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jet, Esq. of Dirleton, (divorced in 1808.) Issue. — | Broomhall 
Fife. 

1633. CHARLES STUART, Earl 0/ Tfaquairi Lord 
Linton (a Roman Catholic), son to John Earl of Fraquair, by 
a daughter of Sir Peter Anstruther of Anstrutherfield), fue- 
ceeded his father in 1779. He married Mils Mary Ravens- 
croft 1773, who died in 1796, by whom he has a son, born 
1 781. — XTraquair House, Peebles-shire.] 

1633. FRANCIS WEMYSS CHARTERTS, Earl of 
IVemyss, Lord Elcho, (son of Francis Lord Elcho, by Miss 
Susan Keck), succeeded his grandfather Francis Earl of Wemyss 
v in 1808. Married, in 1794, Margarer, daughter of Walter 
Campbell, Esq. of Shawfield. Issue, Francis Lord Elcho, and 
several other sons and daughters. B. — \Amisjield, Gosford, and 
Seton House, Haddingtonshire ; Elcho, Perthshire.] 

•1633. GEORGE RAMSAY, Earl of Balhousie, Lord 
Ramfay, a Major- General in the army, Lieuteqant-Colonel of 
die ad foot (son to George the late Earl, by Mifs Glen), born 
f77o, and succeeded his father in 1787. Married Mifs Brown 
m Coalfton. Issue, Two sons. — [Balhousie Castle, Mid-Lo- 
thian ; Coalfton, HaddhtfftotuhireA 

1637. JAMES OGILVY, Earl of Fbidlater and Seafeld, 
Lord Deflrfbrd, (son to James the late Earl, by Lady Mary, 
laughter of the Duke of Atholl), succeeded his father in 1770; 
*he married Christina Teresa, daughter of Count Murray of 
"Vtclgnn. B. Failing issue of his Lordship, Sir la. Grant sue 
ceeds to the titles of Seafield, and Ogilvie of InehmarUn to 
those ot Findlater. — \CulLn H.use, Buufshire.J 
' 1641. ALEXANDER LESLIE, Earl of Lev en and Mel- 
ville, Lord Balgonie, Comptroller General of the Customs 
; son to David Earl of Leven, by Wilheimina Nisbet, daughter 
of Mr Nisbet of Dirleton), succeeded his father in 1802; mar- 
ried Mils Thornton of Claphairi, in Surrey, in 1784. Issue.— 

\\ Melville House and Bal< nit , Ffe I 

1046. WILBRAHAM TOLLEMACF1E, Earl of Bysart 
Lord Flunringtour, (son Lo Lionel Earl of Dysart, by a daugh- 
ter of Earl Granville), succeeded bis brother in 1799 '; married 
Anna Maria Lewis, daughter of David Lewis, Esq. sister tc 
•he last Countess. Lady Louisa Manners, sister to the Earl, 
is presumptive heir. — [Ham House* Surrev-1 

*l6$6. "'i'KOMAS DOUGLAS, EarlofSdUrh y LordDaar 
Lord Lieutenant of Kirkcudbright (sen to Dunbar Earl of Sel 
kirk, by Helen, daughter of the Hon. John Hamilton), suc- 
ceeded his father 1799; married Miss Wedd>. rburn, daughter 

rA jameS Wedderburn Colville, Esq. — [St Mary's Isle, nea> 

\Xirl>cu'dbri?btA 

i 1647. WILLIAM CARNEGY, Earl of-Nortbesh, Lnj^ 
clcMull, A. B. z Vice- Admiral (son to George Earief North 

1 -.sfcj, '." a daughter or ' lhe late Earl or Leven), born 17 55, sue, 

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tedevi his father in 1792. He married Mil's Rickets of Long- 
rood, Hants, niece to the Earl of St Vincent, in 1789. Issue 
-I Ethie House, Forfarshire ; Sudbury, Hants.] 
^1651. ALEXANDER LINDSAY, Earl of Balearras 
Lord Lindsay of Cnmmerland, a General in the army. Co- 
lonel of the 63d regiment of foot, (son of Tames Earl of 
Balearras, by Anne, daughter of Sir Rob. Datxymple), borr 
1752, succeeded his father in 1768 ; married, in 1780, his cousin 
Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Dalrymple, Efq. Issue, four 
sons and three daughters. — \Haipb Hall, Lancashire. | 

*i66o. GEORGE GORDON, Earl of Aboyne, Lord Strath- 
ven, Colonel of the Aberdeenshire militia, (son to Charles 
Earl of Aboyne, by Lady Margaret, sister to the late Earl of 
Galloway), born 1761, fucceeded his father in 1794; married, 
1791, Miss Cope, second daughter of Sir Cha. Cope, Bart. 
Issue. — \ Aboyne House, Aberdeenshire.] 

1661. ANTHONY JAMES RADCLIFF LIVINGSTONE, 
Earl of Newhurgby Viscount Kinnaird (Roman Catholic), 
succeeded his father in 1786 ; he married, in 1789, Miss Webb, 
daughter of Sir John Wtbb, Bart. — [In Hampshire, England.] 

1669. ARCHIBALD COCHRANE, Earl f Dundonald, 
Lord Cochrane (son of Thomas Earl of Dundonald), succeed- 
ed hi* father in 1778 : married, in 1774, Anue, daughter of Cap- 
tain Gilchrist, who died in 1784; and, r,d, in 1788, Mrs Mayne 
of London. B. Issue, Lord Cochrane, M. P. for Weftminiter 
and several other children. 

1677. WILLIAM KEITH FALCONER, Earl of Kin- 
tore, Lord Inverury, and 1647, Lord Halkeivton, (son of An- 

ony Earl of Kintore, by Christina Elizabeth Slighterman, a 
Dutch lady), succeeded his father in 1804; married, in 1793 
Maria, daughter of Sir Alex. Bannerman, M.D. Issue. — On 
the death of James, last Earl Marischal, in 1778, the last Lord 
Halkerst on succeeded to the titles of Earl of Kinrcre and Lord 
nverary. Issue. — llnglismcddie and Haikerstoun, Kincardineshire ; 
Kintore, and Keith -ball, Aberdeenshire.'] 

1678. JOHN CAMPBELL, Earl fBreadslbane, Viscount 
Gienorchy, (Lord Ereadalbane of Taymouth 1806, (son of Co- 
"m Campbell, Esq. of Carwhin), born 1762, fucceeded his 
coufin in i"8,V- He married Miss Gavin of Langton, in 1793. 
Issue. B. — [Taymouib, Perthshire; GLnorchy, Argylesbire\ Lang- 
ion, Berwickshire^] 

*i682. GEORGE GORDON. Earl of Aberdeen, Lord 
Haddo, K.T. son of the late Lord Haddo, by Charles, daughter 
of Z\Ir Baird of Newbyth ; born 1786, succeeded his grandfa- 
ther in 1801. B. Married Lady Catherine Hamilton, daughter 
of the Marq. of Abercorn. I sue.— \Haido House, Aberdeenshire.] 

16S6. JOHN MURRAY, Earl of Dun?mre, Lord Fin- 
eaftle (son to Win. Earl of Dunirtore, by Katharine, daughter! 
oP Wm. Lord Ncnrni. succeeded his father in 1756; married ! 

79 



Lady Charlotte, sister to the Earl of Galloway, 17,59. Issue, 
George Viscount Fincaftle ; married Lady Susan Hamilton, 
daughter of the Duke of Hamilton ; and several other sons and 
daughters. — \Dunmore 'Pail, Stirlingshire.'], 

1701. THOMAS CARMICHAEL, Earl of Hyndford 
Ld. Carmichael (son of Mr Carmichael of Mauldslie,by Ame-' 
Ha, daughter of the Rev. Mr Hepburn, Edinburgh), born 
1754, succeeded his cousin in 1787. Unmarried. B. — [Hyndfc 
House and Alauldslie Castle, Lanarkshire.] 

1703. JOHN DALRYMPLE, Earl of Stah, Viscount 
Dalrymple (son to John late Earl of Stair, by Miss Middleton 
of London), succeeded his father 178Q. Unmarried. B. — John 
George Dalrymple, Esq. married to Miss Manners, is presump- 
tive heir. — ^ Stair House, Ayrshire.] 

1703. NEIL PRIMROSE, Earl of Rosehery, Viscount 
Primrose, K. T. (son of Ja. Earl of Rosebery, by a sister of 
John Duke of Argyle), succeeded his father in 1755. He 
married, ill, Susannah, daughter of Sir Edw. Ward, in 1764. 
who died without issue in 1775 ; 2d, Mary, only daughter of 
Sir Francis Vincent. Issue, Lord Viscount Primrose (married 
to Miss H. Bouvcrie), Hon. Francis Ward Primrose, and three 
daughters.' — \Barnbovglc, Linlithgowshire', Primrose, Mid-Lothian 
and Bixley Hall, Norfolk.] 

H703. GEORGE BOYLE, Earl of Glasgow, Lord Boyle, 
(fon of J. .carl of Glasgow, by Elizabeth,°daughter of Geo. 
Lord Rofs), born 1765, succeeded his father in 1775 ; mar- 
ried, in 1788, Lady Augusta, sister to the Earl of ErroL Is- 
sue, Two sons and two daughters. — [Haiviehead, Renfrewshire 
Kclburn, Ayrshire.] 

1703. WILLIAM CHARLES COLLIER, Earl of Port- 
more, Lord Mi'sington (son to Cha. Earl of Portmore, by Jul. 
Duch. Dow. of Leeds), sue. his father 1785 ; mar. Lady Mary 
Leflie, sister to the Countess of Rothes, in 1770, who died 
1799. Issue, Thomas Charles, Lord Milsington, married 
in 1793, Lady Mary Eliz. Bertie, only daughter of the Duke 
of Ancafter, fmce dead. 

1703 JOHN STUART, Earl of Bute (M. of Bute 1796); 
Lord Lieut, of the counties of Bute and Glamorgan, a Privy 
Councillor, and Kerit. Comtable of the Castle of Rothsay, 
(son to John Earl of Bute, by Mary, only daughter of Edw. 
Wortley Montague), born 1744, succeeded his father in 1792, 
He married, ift, Charlotte jane, dsughter ofVifcount Windfor, 
in 1766 (died 1800) ; 2d, in 1800, Mi?s Coutts, daughter of 
Thomas Coutts, Esq. His eldest son, the late Lord Mount- 
stuart, married, in 1792, Lady Elizabeth Crichton, presump- 
ive heiress to the estate and titles of Dumfries (who died ir 
797) and left issue, jchn, now Earl of Dumfries and Windsor 
i,ud Patrick ; five other sons and several daughters. B. — Mnvnt 



stuart, Isle cf fiutc ; L,uton, Bedfordshire ; Cardiff Castte, Gldmor- 
atisbircA 

1703. JAMES HOPE JOHNSTON, Earl of Hopetoun, 
Lord Hope, Lord Lieutenant of Linlithgowshire (son to Johni 
Earl of Kopetoun, by Lady Anne, daughter of James Earl of 
Fir.dlater) born 1741, succeeded his father in 1781 : married 
Elizabeth, daughter of the lite Earl of Northesk, 1766, who 
died in 1793- Issue. His Lordship succeeded the family of An- 

nandale in 1792. \Hopetoun House, Linlithgcti: shire \ Paebills, 

Dumfriesshire ; Ormision, Haddingtonshire.! 
VISCOUNT S.— 4. 

1620. CHAS. JOHN CAREY, Viscount Falkland, Lord Ca- 
rey, (son of the Hon. L. C. Carey) succeeded his brother in 
1796, a Captain in the Royal Navy; married, in 1802, Miss 
Auton. Issue. 

1623. DAVID WM. MURRAY, Vhmtnt Stormont, (Earl 
Mansfield 1792), Heritable Keeper of the palace of Scoon, Co- 
lonel of the Perthshire militia, and Lord Lieutenant of the 
county of Clackmannan (son of David Viscount Stormont, by 
Louisa, sister of Lord Cathcart, Countess of Mansfield in her 
own right), born in 1777, succeeded his father in 1796; mar- 
ried, in 1797, Miss Markham, daughter of the last Archbishop 
of York. Issue. — \Camlonvan Castle, Dumfriesshire; Scone Palc.ce, 
Perthshire ; ScbaiuPark,Clach.mannanshire ; Caen Wood, Middlesex .] 

1641. JOHN ARBUTHNOT, Viscount' ' Arbutbnot, Lord 
Lieutenant of Kincardineshire (son of J. the late Viscount, by 
Isabella, daughter of Mr Graham of Morphie), succeeded his 
father in 1800. Married Miss Ogilvie, daughter of Walter 
Ogilvie, Esq. of CloVa. Issue. — [ Arbutbnot House, Kincardine- 
shire.'] 

l662. GEO. VV. F. OSBORNE, Viscount Bumblav.e, (D. of 
Leeds, 1694, son of Fran Is D. of Leeds, by Amelia, daughter 
of the Earl of Holdernesse, born 1777, fucceeded his father 
n 1799. He married Lady C. Townshend, daughter of Mar- 
quis Townshend. Issue. — [Hornby Castle and Kiveton, Yorkshire : 
North NLymm\, Hertfordshire; Godolphin, Cor nivalin 
BARON S.—22. 

*I440. JAMES O. FORBES, Lord Forbes, a Lieutenant- 
General in the army, and Colonel of the 3d garrison battalion 
fson of James Lord Forbes, by Catharine, daughter of Sir Ro- 
bert Innes) ; succeeded his father in 1804. Married Miss 
Hunter of Polmood. Issue. B. — \CastL Forbes, Aberdeensbire.l 

1445. ALEX. GEO. FRASER, Lord Saltoun, (son of Alex, 
Lord Saltoun, by Miss Frafer, daughter of Simon traser, Esq, 
merchant in London), born 1785, succeeded his father in 1793, 
—\PlnLrih, Aberdeenshire.\ 

1445. FRANCIS GRAY, Lord Gny, (son of John Lord 
iGray, by Mifs Blair of Kinfauns), Postmaster-General o" 
IScotland'; born i;65. M arried i;th Feb. 1794, Mary An n, 



only daughter of Major Johnstone, of the 63d reg. of foot ; ana 
has issue, one fon and three daughters. — [Gray, ForfarJhire,and 
Kin fauns, Perthshire. | 

*'i445— WILLIAM SCHAW CATHCART, Lord Cath- 
cart, K. T. (Viscount Cathcart, and Lord Greenock in 18O7). 
Vice- Admiral of Scotland, a Privy Councillor, a Lieutenant- 
General, Colonel of the 2d life guards, and Commander in 
Chief in Scotland, (son of Charles Lord Cathcart, by Jean, 
daughter of Lord Arch. Hamilton), born in 1755, succeeded 
his father in 1776, and married Miss Elizabeth Elliot of New 
York, in 1779. Issue. 

*i488. CHARLES ST CLAIR, Lord Sinclair, (son of 
And. St Ckur of Hermandfton, Efq. by Elizabeth, daughter of 
John Ruth' rfurd, Efq. of Edgerston),born 1768, succeeded to 
the title in 1782, by a decree of the House of Lords. Married, 
in 1802, Miss Chisholme, daughter of James Chishholme, Efq. 
of Chisholme. Issue. — \Hermandstan, Haddingtonshire.] 

1489. HUGH SEMPLE, Lord Semple (son of John Lord 
Semple, by Miss Dunlop of Bishopton), born 1758, succeed- 
ed his father in 1782; married, in 1787, Miss Mellish, who 
died in 1807. Issue. 

1509. JOHN ELPHINSTONE, Lord Elphinstone, Lord 
Lieut, of Dumbartonshire, a Mujor-General on the North Bri- 
tish Staff, and Colonel of the 26th regiment of foot (son of John 
Lord Elphinstone, by Anne, daughter of Lord Ruthven), suc- 
ceeded his father in 1794= Married Lady Carmichael of Skir- 
ling, daughter of C. Elliot, Esq. Issue, — \ Cumbernauld House 
and Elphinsion, Stirlingshire.] 

1 1509. JAMES SANDILANDS, Lord Torphuhen (son 
of W. Lord Torphichen, by Eliz. daughter of Dr Sandilands) 
born 1759, succeeded his father in 1765. He married, in 179J 
Anne, only surviving child of Sir J^.Inglis of Cramond, Bart 
— \ Colder House, Mid- Lothian.] 

1509. JOHN SOMERVILLE, Lord Somerville, a Lord of 
the Bed Chamber (son of the Hon. H.Somerville) succeeded hi 
uncle in 1796. Unmarried. — \Lan<rlee, Roxburghshire.'] 

1606. ROBERT WALTER STEWART, Lord Blantyrt 
Lient.-Colonel of the 42d regiment (son of Alex. Lord Blan- 
tyre, by Catherine, daughter of Patrick Lindsay of Eagles- 
cairny), born in 1775, succeeded his father in 1783. Unmarried 
— [ Erskine House, Renfrewshire \ Liddington, Haddingtonshire ; 
Jjfantvre, Lanarkshire.] 

1609. JOHN COLVIL, Lord Col-vil of Culross, Inspeaor 
General of Out-ports in Scotland (son to John Lord Colvil, by 
Miss Johnston of Ireland), succeeded his brother in 1770; he 
married Miss Webber, who died 1788. Issue. 

1609. JAMES EDWARD CRANSTON, Lord Cranston, 
(son of the Hon. Charles Cranston, by Miss Elizabeth Turner), 
succeeded his uncle James in 1796. Adarried Miss Macnamara. 



*i627. FRANCIS NAPIER, Lord Napier, Lord Lieutenant 
of Selkirkshire, his Majesty's Lord High Commissioner to the 
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, (son of Wm. Lord 
Napier, by Mary Anne, daughter of Cha. Lord Cathcart), suc- 
ceeded his father 1775 ; he married Maria, eldest daughter of 
Sir John Clavering, 1784. Issue. B. 

1627. BRYAN FAIRFAX, Lord Fairfax of Cameron, suc- 
ceeded his cousin in 1793 ; married, and has issue. — [In Virgi- 
nia. North America.] 

1628. ERIC MACKAY, Lord Reay, (son of Geo. Mackay 
of Skibo, by Miss Sutherland, daughter of Lord DuflFus), suc- 
ceeded his cousin in 1797. 5. Born Dec. 1773. Unmarried. — 

[Tonvue and Durness, SutherlandshireA 

1628. Rev. W. HUTCHINSON ASTON claims the title of 
Lord Aston of Forfar. He succeeded his father, the last Lord, 
in 1805. Married Miss Haines. 

1635 SHOLTO M'LELLAN, Lord Kirkcudbright (son of 
John Lord Kirkcudbright, by Mifs Bannister of Hampshire.) 
Succeeded his father in 1801. Unmarried. 

1643. ALEXANDER MURRAY, Lord Elilanh, Lord 
Lieut, of Peebles-shire (son of Rev. Gideon Murray, prebend of 
Durham) succeeded his uncle George, 1785 ; married, in 1776 
Miss Montolieu, daughter of the Hon. Col. Montolieu. Issue 
Alexander, married in 1803, Miss Oliphant of Bachilton, 
another son and two daughters. B. — \Ballencrieff, Hadding- 
tonshire ; Darnball, Peeblis-shire.] 

1648. WILLIAM HAMILTON, Lord Be/haven and Sten- 
fon, (son of R. Hamilton of Wishaw, by Susan, daughter of Sir 
Mich. Balfour, Bt.) born 1765, succeeded to the titles 1799, by 
a decree of the House of Lords. He mar. Penelope, daughter 
of Mr M'Donaid of Clanronald. Issue. B.—[JVishaiv, La 
narhshire.] 

1651. JOHN ROLLO, LordRollo, (son of James Ld. Rollo. 
by Mary, daughter of John Ayton of Inchdairnie,) born 1773. 
succeeded his father 17S3. Married Mifs Greig, daughter 
of William Greig, Esq. — \Duncruib, Perthshire.] 

1651. JAMES RUTHVEN, Lord Ruth-oen, (son of the 
last Lord by Lady Mary, daughter of Earl of Leven), born 
in 17:7, succeeded his father in 1789. — [Freeland House, Perth- 
shire,] 

1682. CHARLES KINNAIRD, Lord Kimmird, (son o! 
George Lord Kinnaird, by Miss Ransom, daughter of Mr 
R.ansom, merchant in London, succeeded his father in 1805. 
Married Lady Olivia L. Fitzgerald, sister to the Duke of Lein- 
Ster. — [Kinnaird House and Drimmie, Perthshire.] 

PEERESSES in their c-un Ri<rht.—e. 
1275. ELIZABETH SUTHERLAND, Countess of Sutherland, 
Lady Strathnaver, and Premier Countess of Scotland (daughter 
of Wm. 21st Earl of Sutherland, by Miss Maxwell, daughter of 



Air Maxwell of Preston), born 1765, succeeded her father in 
1766. She married, in 1785, the Marquis ot Stafford. Issue. — 
f Dunrobin Castle, Sutherlandshire ; Trentham Hall, Staffordshire. \ 

1457 JEAN ELIZABETH LESLIE, Countess of Rothes, 
Baroness Leslie, (daughter of John Earl of P«.othes, by Miss 
Howard), succeeded her brother in 1773. She married, lit, 
George Raymond Evelyn, Efq.; 2d, in 177a, Sir L. Pcpys, Bt. 
Physician to his Majcfty. Issue. George Win, Lord Leslie, by 
the firft marriage, eipoufed ift, the Hon. Miss Pelham, 1789, 
(died 1797) ; 2d, in 1798, Miss Campbell, daughter of Colonel 
Duncan Campbell Issue. — [Leslie House, Fifeshire.'] 

1633. FLORA CAMPBELL, Countess of Loudon, Baroness 
Mauchline (only child of Ja. Earl of Loudon, by Miss M'Leod 
of Rasay), born 1780, succeeded her father 1786; married, iri 
1804, Francis Earl of Moira. Issue. — \ Loudon Castle, Ayrshire.'\ 

1695. MARY HAMILTON, Countess fOrbiey, Viscount- 
ess Kirkwall (daughter of Mary late Countess of Orkney, by 
Murrough O'Brien, Earl of Inchiquin), born 1755, succeeded 
her mother in 1790 ; married, in 1777, the Hon. T. Fitzmaurice 
brother of the Marquis of Lansdown, who died in 1793. Issue. 
Thomas Viscount Kirkwall; married, in 1802, Anna Maria 
daughter of Lord de Blaquiere. Issue. 

1633. ANNA MARIA FORRESTER, Baroness Forrester 
>f Corstorphinc (daughter of Cecilia Lady Forrester, by George 
Cockburn of Ormiston, Efq.) ; succeeded her mother in 1784. 
Failing her Ladyship, the title descends to the Hon. James 
Walter Grimston, M. P. for St Alban's, eldest son of Viscount 
Grimston in Ireland, and Lord Verulam in England. 

BRITISH PEERS 

Connected -with Scotland — not Scotch Peers. 

17S6. Stafford- — GEORGE GRANVILLE LEVESON 

GOWER, K. G. Marquis of Stafford, a Privy Councillor, 

and Lord Lieutenant of Sutherlandshire, son of the late 

Marquis of Stafford, by Lady Louisa Egerton, sister of the 

last Duke of Bridgewater. He married the Countess of Su-j 

therland, by whom he has issue several sons and one daughter. 

Trentham Hall, Staffordshire ; and Dunrobin Castle, Sutherland- 

shire.'l 

1802. Rasslyn— JAMES ST CLAIR ERSKINE, Earl of 
Rosslyn, Lord Loughborough, Bart. Director of the Chancery 
in Scotland, Colonel of the Qth dragoons, and a Lieutenant- 
General (son of Sir Henry Erskine, by Janet, sister to the late 
Earl of Rosslyn,) succeeded his uucle in L805. — Married Miss 
Bouverie, daughter of the Hon. Edward Bouverie, and niece 
to the Earl of Radnor. Issue, Two sons and a daughter. — 
Dysart House, Fifeshire ; Roslin Castle, Edinburghshire, and 
La-ode, Yorkshire. J 
1797- Dmican.— RO BERT D U NCAN , Viscount Duncan] 
84 



ui Camperdown, and Baron 'Duncan oi Juundie, son or ' Adir/ 
ral Lord Vise. Dundan, by Miss Dunaas, daughter of the Y+ 
Lord President Dundas, succeeded his father in 1804. M<£ 
ried Miss Dairymple, daughter of the late Sir H. Dalrymp- 
of North Berwick. Issue. — (Lunette, Perthshire, j 

1803. MehnUe.— HENRY DUNDAS, Viscount Melville o 
Melville Guttle, and Baron Dunira, a Privy Councillor, Lord 
Privy Seal for Scotland, Governor of the Bank of Scotland, &c. 
His Lordship is son of the late Right Hon. Robert Dundas. 
Lord President of the Court of Session, by Miss Gordon, 
daughter of Sir Wm. Gordon of Gordonston. He married, 1st, 
Miss Rannie, daughter of Gap*. Rannie of Melville, by whom 
he has one son, Robert, M.P. for Edinburghshire (married to 
Miss Saunders grand-daughter of the late Admiral Sir Charles 
Saunders, and his fssue), and three daughters; the eldest mar- 
ried, ist, Mr Drummond, and 2d, Mr Strange, banker. 
London— the id to her cousin, the Right Hon. Robert Dun- 
das, Lord Chief Baron, and has is.ue — and the 3d to the Hon 
(§feo. Abercromby, eldest son of Baroness Abercromby. Issue, 
He married, 2d, Lady Jane Hope, daughter of the late, and 
sister to the present Earl of Hopeton. — [Melville Castle, Edin- 
burvksbire, and Dunira, Perthshire. J 

1482. Hwtgerford iff 1783 Ra-zvdon.— FRANCIS RAWDON 
HASTINGS, Lord Hungerford and Rawdon, (Earl of Moira 
in Ireland"), a Privy Councillor, a General in the army, Colonel 
of the -i7th foot, and Conftable of the Tower of London, (son 
of John Earl of Moira, by Lady Elizabeth, sister to the last 
Earl of Huntingdon;) married, in 1804, Flora, Countess of 
Loudon. Issue. — \Donnington Castle and Raivdon Hall, England; 
Loudon Castle, Ayrshire.] 

166.:. TyndJe. CHARLES WILLIAM MONFAGUE 

SCOTT, Lord Tyndalc, (Earl of Dalkeith), eldest son of the 
Duke of Buccleuch, Lord Lieutenant and Colonel of the mi- 
litia of Dumfrics-shire. ' Married Harriot, daughter of the late 
Viscount Sydney. Issue. — \ Dalkeith House, Edinburghshire.] 

171X. -Luittcn.— ALEXANDER HAMILTON, Lord Dut 
ton, Marquis of Douglas and Clydesdale (eldest son of the 
Duke of Hamilton), summoned by writ in 1806. — [Asbton Hall 
Lancashire. I 

17U- Gor J.n.—GEORGsZ GORDON, Lord Gordon (Mar- 
quis of Huntiy), eldest son of the Duke of Gordon, Lord Lieu- 
tenant of Aberdeenshire, a Lieutenant-General, and Colonel of 
the ^ ad foot. Unmarried. — VRuhtly Lodcre, Aberdeenshire.] 

1786. Montagu.— HgNRY JAMES MONTAGU, Lord 
j Montagu, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Dumfries-shire militia, 
|2d son of the Duke of Buccleuch, by Elizabeth, only daughter 
Jki the last Duke of Montagu. Married the Hon. Miss Dou- 
Iglas, eldest daughter of I^ord Douglas. Issue. — \Bcughion, North- 
)gfnt>tim shire$ OrsJis, Kent.] 

11 ' 15 



. 1787. Herthjield.— FRANCIS AUGUSTUS ELLIOT, Lord 
jHeathfield, a General in the army, and. Colonel of the coth 
dragoons (son of George the first Lord, by Miss Drake). Un- 
named. — \Nutivell Court and Buckland Abbey, Devonshire.'] 

1790. Fife.— JAMES DUFF, Lord Fife (Earl of Fife and 
Vise. Macduff in Ireland), Lord Lieutenant ot Banff-shire, (son 
of Wm. Earl ot Fife, by jane, daughter of the late Sir James 
Grant.) He married Lady Dorothea Sinclair, daughter oi Alex. 
Earl of Caithnefs; has no issue. — On the death of his Lord- 
ship, the British title will be extinct, but the Irish titles de 
scend to his brother Alexander. — \Duff House, Rothiemay, and 
Balven'ie Castle, Banffshire ; Innes House, Morayshire; and Alat 
Lodge, Aberdeenshire. | 

1790. Douglas.— ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, Lord Douglas 
of Douglas, Lord Lieutenant of Forfarfhire, son of Sir John 
Stewart of Grandtully, Bart, by Lady Jane D6uglas, only sister 
of the last Duke of Douglas. He married, 1st, Lady Lucy 
Graham, only daughter of the late, and sister of the present 
Duke of Montrose, by whom he has Archibald, Colonel of 
the Forfar aixl Kincardine militia; Charles, and William, and 
Lady Montagu ; — 2d, Lady Frances Scott, sister of the Duke 
of Buccleuch, by whom he has several sons and daughters, 
f Douglas and Bolhivell Castles, Lanarkshire ; and M^raival, Herts.~\ 

1794. Dundas.— THOMAS DUNDAS, Lord Dundas, Co- 
lonel of the North York militia, and Lord Lieutenant of 
Orkney, (son of Sir Laurence Dundas, Bart, by Miss Bruce, 
sister of the late Lord Kennet.) He married Lady Charlotte, 
sister of William Earl Fitzwilliam, by whom he has Lau- 
rence, who married Miss Hale of Yorkshire. Issue, Charles, 
married a daughter of the Duke of St Albans ; George ; Tho 
mas, in holy orders, and feveral other sons and daughters.— 
\Aske and Upleaihem, Yorkshire', Kerse House, Stirlingshire. | 

1796. Gaiudor.— JOHN CAMPBELL, Lord Cawdor, Col. 
of the Pembrokeshire militia, son of Pryce Campbell, Esq. 
Fie married Lady Caroline Howard, daughter of the Earl of 
Carlifle, and has issue. — \Ca~vdor, Nairnshire; Glanjred, Car- 
■iivanshire ; and Stackpole Court, Pembrokeshire.'] 

1797, Minto.— GILBERT ELLIOT MURRAY, Lord 
Minto, a Privy Councillor, and Governor-General of Bengal ; 
fon of the late Sir Gilbert Elliot of Minto, Bart. Married 
Miss Amyand, sister of Sir Geo. Cornwall, Bart. Isiue. — 
\Mi;,io, Roxburghshire. 1 

1797. SeafortL— FRANCIS HUMBERSTON M'KENZIE, 
Lord Seaforth, Baron Mackenzie of Kintail, Lord Lieutenant 
and Colonel of the Ross- shire militia — a Major-General. His 
Lordship is cousin to Kenneth last Earl of Seaforth, to whose 
estate he succeeded ; married Miss Proby , daughter of the Rev. 
Dr Proby, Dean of Litchfield, and has issue. — \ Castle Brahan 

I Seaforth, Ross- shire. \ 



{: i8oi. A" £ -<to.--UEOxGE Kill iri 'ELPHUvVrONE, Lord 
: Keith of Stonehaven Marischal, and Lord Keith of Dunbeath 
in 1803 (Lord Keith in Ireland), K.B. Adm. of the White, Knt 
of the Turkifh Order of the Crescent, and Chamberlain, &c 
for the Prince of Wales in Scotland (son of Charles Lord El- 
phinstone,by Lady Clementina, d. of the Earl of Wigton.) Mar 
Miss Mercer of AIdie,bywhom he has Margaret Mercer Elphin- 
stone, to whom both British and Irisli tides defcend, in default 
of male issue — 2d, Miss Thrale. — \TuUialljn, PeribsBirt,'] 

1805. Barbam.— CHARLES MiDDLETON, Lord fcarham 
Admiral of the Red, &c. (son of the late Collector Middle- 
ton, Dundee) ; married Miss Gambler. Kis only daughter, who 
is hriress to his title and estate, is married to G. N. Noel 
Esq. M. P. and has issue. — [Brpmpfoq, M:ddlesex.\ 

i'8o5. kiskinc.— THOMAS ER3KINE, Lord Lrskine (sot: 
of Henry David Earl of Buchan, and Agnes, daughter of Sir 
Tames Stewart of Goodtrees), brother to the present Earl. — 
Married Miss Moore, daughter of Daniel Moore, Esq. — Ha- 
issue, Hon. Ddvid Montague, Envoy Extraordinary to Ameri- 
ca, and other sons and daughters. — \Hantfstead, Middles ex.] 

PEERESSES in ibeir oivn Ripbt. 
I77£ Mansfield.— LOUISA CATHCART, Countess of 
Mansfield, daughter of Charley Lord Cathcart, by Jane, daughter 
of Lord Arch. Hamilton ; married ift, David, last Earl of Man s- 
neld, Vife. Slormont, by whom she had issue, the prefent Earl. 
George, Charles, and a daughter; 2d, The Kon. R. F. Gre- 
ville, brother to the Earl of Warwick, and has issue. Her 
Ladyship succeeded to the titles on the death of William fir* 
Karl of Mansfield.— [Alfrcton, Berkshire.'} 

166,3. Lvcrs.-- A.VIAIELLA YORKE, Baroness Lucas 
daughter of the Earl of Hardwicke, by the Marchioness oi 
Grey, daughter of the last Earl of Breadalbane ; married 
Alexander Lord Polwarth (created Lord Hume), only son of 
the last Earl of Marchmont ; has no issue. Her nephew, Lord 
Grantham, will succeed. — \ Wrest House, Bedfordshire^ 

i8ci. Abcrcromby.— MARY ANNE ABERCROMBY, Ba- 
roness Abercromby of Aboukir, widow of the late "Sir Ralph 
Abercromby, K.B. by whom fhe has issue, George, (who sue 
ceeds to the title); married the Hon. Mifs Montagu Dundas, 
daughter of Lord Vise. Melville, and has issue; also James, a 
Counsellor at Law in London, married, and has issue — Jchn, 
a Major-General, and Colonel of the 53d foot, and Alexander— 
and three daughters. — 'Tidliebcdy, Glackmananshire] 

SIXTEEN PEERS OF SCOTLAND, 



Earl Caithnefs lEarl Hadinton jEarl Aboyne 



— Home j — Daihcufie }— Aberdeen — Saltoua 



Strathmore — Selkirk — Glafgow 

— Keltic — Balcarras Vlfc. Cathcart 



Lord Forb' 



Sinclair 

Napier 



ri % 8/ 



EEEXS Attainted marked A— Dormant D—ExtinB E. 



Duke, 

Douglas, D-ouglas, E. 

JMarquis. 

Johnfton, Annandale, D. 1792 

Earls. 
Keith, Marifchal, A. 1715 Z>. 
Erikine, Marr, A. 1715 
Graham, Monteith, 1). 

unningham, Glencairn, D. 
Maxwell, Nithfdale, A. 1715 
Seton, Winton, A. I715 
Livingilon,LinIithgo\»', A. 171,5 
Drummond, Perth, A. 1715 
Fleming, Wigton, D. 
M<Kenzie,Seaforth, A. 1715 E. 
Alexander Stirling, D. 
Carnegie, Southelk, A. 1 7 15 
Ker,- Ancram, conj. Lothian 
Ogilvie, Airly, A. 17 15 
Dalzel, Carnwath, A. 1715 
Livingfton, Callender, A. 171 
Maul, Panmure, A. 17 15 
Bruce, Kincardine, conj.Eigin. 
Douglas, Fcrfar, E. 
Boyd, Kilmarnock, A. 1745 
Douglas, Dumbarton, E. 
Mtlvill, Melvill,conj. Leven 
^. , /Ruglen\ coni. with 
Dou S laS '(Ma & rchJQueinsbery 
Ogilvie, Seafield, conjTFindlati 
^Marchmont, Hume, B. 
M'Kenzie, Cromarty, A. 174 
Scott, Deloraiae, E. 
Campbell, Hay, £. 

discounts. 
Conflable, Dunbar, E. 
Gordon, Kenmure, A. 171S 
Seaton, Kingfton, A. 17x5 
M'Gill, Oxenford, D. 
Ingram, Irvine, E. 
Livingfton, Kilfyth, A. 1715 
Graham, Prcft.cn, D. 



V":sc(,iints. 
Chcyr.e, Newhayen, B. 
")ruinmond,Strathallan, A. 174,5 
Rutherford, Tcviot, E. 
May, Duplin, conj. Kinuoul. 
Crawford, Garnock, conj. with 

Crawford 
Primrofe,Primrofe, con]. Rofeb. 

Batons. 
Stewart, Ochiltree, D. 
Oliphant, Gliphant, D. 
Frafer, Lovat, A. 1745 
Borthwick, Borthwick, ZX 
Rofs, Reis, E. 
Liudfay, SpymeJ D. 
Leflie, Lindorcs, D. 
Elphinfton, Balmerino, A. 1745 
Erfkine, Cardrofg, cenj. Buchan 
Balfour, Burleigh, A, 1715 
Kcr, Jedburgh, conj. Lothian 
Drumrnond, Madderty, E. 
Dingwall, Prefton, A. 1715 
Elphinfton, Cupar, E. 
Richard f on, Cnunond, D. 
orbes, Pitfligo, A. 1745 

Frafer, Frafer, E. 

Hamilton, Bargeny, E. 

Falconer, Haikerton, conj. with 
Kintore 

Sandilands, Abercrombic, E. 

Sutherland, Duff us, A. 174J 

Colviil, Ochiltree, I). 

Rutherford, Rutherford, D. 

Leflie, Newark, D. 

Ker, Bellenden, £• 

Nairn, Nairn, A. 1745 

Churchhill, Eymouth, E. 

Abercrombie, Glasford, E. 

Douglas, Mordington, E. 

Ogilvy, Banff, £. i8C3 

Macdou ell and Arofs, Macdo 
nelL £. 



«[ The laft Earl died in 1793, Without iffue male. The title 
go tc heirs-male general, and are claimed by Lieutenant Alex- 
ander Home of the Royal Navy. 

28 



PRESENT KNIGHT BARONETS OF SCOTLAND. 



1625, 
Tames Gordon of Letfeffourie 
Rich. J. Strachcm, Thornton 
fohn Earl of Breadalbane 
fas. Innes Norclifi ICer of Innes 
j. Leflie of Wardcs & Fin&rafik 
Francis Earl of Wemyfs 
Alex. Livingfton of Dunipace 
Alex. Douglas of Glenbervie 
Aicx. W. Lord Macdohald 
Geo. Colquhoun, Tillyquhoun 
Francis Gordon of Lefmore 
Thomas Ramfay of Ealmain 

1626 
William Frrbes of Pitfligo 
William Jchmlon of Hilton 
Kobiert B"ur::et of Leys 
H. Moncrieff Wcllvvood 5 2).Z>. 
James Earl of Findlater 
Ja. Pulteney Murray of Hillhead 



1630. S. Hannay of Mochrum 
Wm Forbes of Craigievar 
W. Cuningham of Robertland 
John Wardlaw of Pitreavie 

163 1. 
James Earl of Caithnefs 
William Gordon of Embo 
Hedtor Maclean of Mcrvaren 

1033. 
Patrick Balfour of Denmill 

1634. 
Hugh Monro of Foulis 
James Foulis of Colinton 
Rich. Binghame of Cafllevar, 
noxu Earlcf Lucan in Ireland. 

1635. 
M. pilkington of Chevct 
J a. Hay of Smithfield &Hayfton 
Tho. Gafcoigne of Partington 

1636. 
John Cgiivie of Inn'erquharity John Gordon Sinclair of Steven- 



1627, 
Eric Lord Reay 
W. Maxwell of Calderwocd 
John Marquis of Bute 
Francis Lord Napier 
Alex. Livingfton of Kinnaird 
Thomas Earl of Hyndford 
James Cockburn of Langton 
— Fullertonof Cunningbamhead 

1628, 
Arch. Aitchifon of Clancairny, 

new. Marl Gosford, Ireland. 
T. G. Carmichael of Skirling 
Ta. Campbell of Auchinbreck 
James Innes of Balveny 

Campbell or Aberuchell 
. Campbell of Ardnamurchan 
ohn Hope of Craighall 
. Buchanan Riddle of that Ilk 
ohn Murray of Biackbarony 
Alex. Ldrd Elibank 
Hecb. M-Kenzie, Gairloch 
James Lord Forbes 
i'20. Wm Bruce cf Stenhoufe 
W it": i a in Arc ot of that Ilk 
Stair Ajrr.ew of Lochnaw 

E 



lion and Murkle 
Nath. Curzon of Keddleftone 
now Lord S-carsdale 

1637. 
Rob. Prefton of Va&eyfeUJ 
Andrew Stewart of Ochiltree 
Earl Castlestcivart in Ireland 
John Dick of Braid 
G. Abercrombie cf Biikenbog 

1638. 
Rob. Crawford of Jordanhill 
Rev. W. H. Cooper of Gogar 
W. Mufgrave cf Haytoa Caftle 
T. Longueville of Prcftatin 

1639. 
Robert Turing of Foreran 

1642. 
George Earl of Aberdeen 

1646. 
Alexander Setcn of Culbeg 

1661, 
G. M. Ogilvie of Barras 

1663. 
James Carnery cf Southeik 

1664. 
David Murray of Stanhope 

^9 



fohn Earl of btAv 
jbhnHenderfonofFordc 1 
Tohn Sinclair of Longformacus 

1665. 
Alex. Purves of Purves 
Tames Malcolm of Lochore 
Rob. Menzies of Caftlemenzies 

1666. 
James Earl of Rofslyn 
John Stirling of Glorat 
Thomas Earl of Kellie 
William Elliot of Stobs 
Tames Ramfay of Banff 

1667. 
J. Shaw Stewart of Blackball 
Alexander Don of Newton 

1668. 
Charles Douglas of Kelhcad 
Robert Barclay of Pierfton 

1669. 

Tho. Wal. Dunlop of Craigie 
W. Cunningham of Caprington 
John Nifbet of Dean 

1671. 
Charles Halkct of Pitfirran 
Wm.Cockburn of that Ilk 
Tames Home of Blackadder 
John Scott of Ancrum 

1672. 

WalterCuninghame of Corfchill 
Charles Rois of Balnagown 
Alex. Jardine of Applegirth 

1673. 

Patrick Murray of Ochtertyrc 
l.Cuninghame of Auchinharvic 

1679. 
Alex. Campbell ot Ardkihglas 
Geo. Clerk of Pcnnycuick 
Arch. Earl of Dimdonald 
Geo. Mackenzie of Coul 

1680. 
Tames Earl of Lauderdale 
James Baird of SaughtpnhaU 

1681. 
W. Maxwell of Monreith 

1682. 
]ohn Maxwell of Pollock 
Arch. Earl of Ca [Tills 
Alex. Eannerman of Elfick 



1683. 
James Pringle of Stitchel 
John H. Maxwell of Springkell 
Geo. Stewart of Grandtully 
Wm Seton of Pitmedden 

1685. Robert Grierfon of Lag 
Tho. Kilpatrick of Clofeburn 
Ro. Lawrie of Maxwelton 

ames Dalziel of Binns 
Tho. Moncrieff of that Ilk 

1686. John Milne of Barnton 
James Innes of Coxtoun 
Alex. Kinloch of Gilmerton 
Wm. Nicholfon of Tillycoultry 
Erncft Gordon of Park 
Rcbert Calder of Muirton 
Patrick Inglis of Cramond 

John Stuart of Allanbank 



James Hall of Dunglas 

P. M. Thriepland of Fingafk 

1688. 
A. L. Dick of Fountainltall 
Alex. Grant of Dalvey 
1693. Ja. Stewart Denham oj 
Coltnefs and Weltfniel 
1694. 
GeorgeDunbar of Mochrum 
John Anftiuther of that Ilk 
R. Anftruther of Balcafkie 
1697, 
ames Dunbar of Durn 
John Dalrymple of Cranfton 
H. H. Dalrymple of N. Berwick 

1699. 
T. Lrvingftone of Weftquarter 

1700. 
ja. Nicolfon of Glenhcrvy 
John Forbes of Foveran 
Gilbert Elliot, Lord Minto 
J. L. Johnftone of WcfLcrhall 

1701. 
Arch. Dunbar of Northheld 
John P. Dalrymple of Hailes 

W.A. Cunmgham of Livingfton 
James Suttie of Balgone 

G. M'Kenzie of Skatwell 

H. H. M'Dougal of MakerfW 



9<? 



.•fh'd'. CaThcarroi '"Cafk-tTJii jJoETii Stuart ot" Eccicrccuu 
A. Ferguflbn of Kilkerran Francis Holburne of Kh-shie 

John Reidof Barra '1706. John Gorddh of Earlfton 

1704. Murray Count of Melgun 1 James Naefmith of Poffo 
Wra Nairn of Dunfmnan iBenj. Dunbar of Hcmpriggs 
James Grant of Grant (1707. John Dick of Preftonfick 
James Wemyfs of Bogie iRob. Stewart of Tillicoultry 
John Sinclair of Dunbeath Wm. Cruigie of Gairfay 

1705. A. Grant of Mciiymufk I 

Batonets of Great Britain connected tv'iib Scotlsncf. 
1715 Geo. Warrender of Lochend 
1724 Andrew Mitchell of Weitihore 
1762 Thomas Lord Dundas 
1769 Alexander Home of Wormlybury 

1774 Geo. Montgomery <|f Macbeehill 
Charles Edmonftone of Duntreath 

1775 George Leith of Burgh St Peter, Norfolk 

1776 William H. Douglas ot Cars 
1773 Tames Riddell of Ardnamurchan and Simart 
1 781 Janies Crawford of Kilbirny 
tf66 John Sinclair of Ulbiter 

John M'Pherfon 

James Colquhoun of Lufs 

George Douglas of Springwoodpark 

David Hunter Blair of Dunfky 
1783 William Miller of Glcnlee — Lord Glenlee 
1 791 William Erfkine of Eorry 
1^92 Gilbert Stirling of Rosehall 
1795 John Murray M'Gregor of Lanrick, Perthihire 

Rich. Bempde Jobjuftone of Hacknefs Hail 
1798 John Callender ofWefterfown 

John Dairy mple Hay of Park Place 

1800 Walter Stilling of Faikine 

1801 James Montgomery of Stanhope 
Wm. Douglas of Cajftrle-Douglas 

1803 David Wedder'ourn of Ball en dean 

1804 Wm. Horn/man of Armadale and Grcemfey 
W. G. Gumming Gordon of Altyre and Gordonfrown 
David Maxwell of Cardonnefs 
Wm Fettes of Wampliray 
David Rae of Efkgrove 

} 1805 Alex. Muir Mackenzie of Dehin 
! 1806 Alex. Macdonald Lockhan of Lee 

Alex. Ramfay of Balmain 
i Wm Frafer of Leadclune 



James SibbaM of SittweB Park 

i8cS Ilav Campbeil of Succoth 
Mark Wood 6fGattdn 



KING'S HOUSEHOLD. 
Duke of Argyll, Heritable Master of the Household. 
Earl of Lauderdale Heritable Standard Bearer. 
Patrick Walker, Efq. Heritable Usher of the White Rod. 
Sir John Anitruther, Heritable Carver. 
-Sir "fames Carnegie of Southefk, Heritable Cup-bearer. 
Area. Seton of 1 ouch , Heritable Armour-Bearer and Squire of 
Dr Pvlltherford, Kings Botanist, col. j the Royal Body. 

Dr Gregory and Dr Home, Kings Physicians, iool. and 50I. 
Geo. Wood, Apothecary, 40!. — Dr Gillies, Historiographer, 200L 
I\ Sinclair Abercrombie, Efq. Kings Limner, iool. 
Sir Ja. Pringle, Master of Works, 400I. 
Peter Macvkar, Clerk of Stores, 30I. 

Under Falconer, 50I. 
Dugald Stewart, Gazette Writer, 3C0I. 

Sir D. Hunter Blair & John Bruce, Efq. Printers fcf Stationers. 
Robert Reid, Architect and Surveyor 
Richard Carter, Master of the Wardrobe, 55I. IIS. /}d. 
William Forbes, Under Keeper. 
vV'm Butfer, Carpenter Benj. Yule, Baker 

V. Wcmyfs, Thread Maker John Henderfon, Watch and 
!"ho. Sommers, Glasier Clock Maker 

Win Ranken, Tailor — George Walker, Landfcape Painter 

CHAPEL ROYAL. 

Rev. J. Paton, Almener, 4II. 13s. 4d.~~ — John Primrofe, Al 

i?ioncr- bepute. 
Rev. Dr W. L. Brown, Dean of the Chapel Royal. 
Rev. Dr Grieve, Dr Hill, and l)r Muter, Deans, 

Chaplains in Ordinary, Dr T. Sommerville, 3ol. — Dr Gilbert 
(Gerard, Dr JohnfLon, Dr Geo. Gordon, Dr A. Fleming, and 
[Dr j. Mackenzie, 50I. each 



KEEPERS OF PALACES. 
jDuke of Hamilton, Keeper of- the Palace of Ilolyroodhouse, II2o 
i T°hn Craw, Efq. Bailie.— V. Halkerfton, Depute. 

Moncrieff of Hallyards— Pah.ce of Falkland. 

Earl of Mansfield-— Scorn. ■ 

Earl of Hopetoun — Lothmabin. 

Duke oi Argyll— Dnnfajfnage and Carrick. 
jSir Thomas Livingfton — Linlithgow and Blackness. 
jMarquis of Bute— -Castle cfRcthsay. 



j OFFICERS OF THE C it OWN. 

(William Earl of Errol, Lord High Conjtqhle of Scotland. 
[Alex. Scrymgeour Wcdderburn, Herit. Royal Standard-bearer. 
William Earl of Errol, Knight Matischal, 400I. 
William Lord Vifcount Cathcart, Viee-Admral, 1400L 
James Duke of Montrcfe, Lord jujfice General, aocol. 
Right Hon. Robert Blair, Lord Fregdent of the SeJTion, 3660I. 

Right Hon. R. Dundas, Lord Chief Baron of Exchequer. Soorl 

— — ___ „ 



OFFICERS UF STATE. 
Duke of Gordon, Keeper of the Great Seal, 3000/. 
Charles Gordon, Deputy Keeper. — James Robertfon, Subftitute. 
Adam Wiifon &. Tho. Beveridge, Deputy UJhers & Append. 
,ord Vifcount Melville, Lord Privy Stal, 4500/. 
Robert Dundas, Efq. Deputy Keeper'— Tho. Weir, SvbJtHiite. 
Tames S Oiiphant of Roflie, Efq. Writer to the Privy Seal. 
Arch. Millie, Dep. — William Innes, Subftitute Clerk. 
Rt. Hon. Lord Fred. Campbell, Lord Clerk Register, 1800/. 
Thomas Thomfon, Efq. Depute Clerk Register. 
Principal Clerks of Seffion, Deputies to tie Lord Regjfier. 
Alex, and Wm Robertfon, Keepers of the Records 
Archibald Colquhoun, Efq. Lord Adv 



Charles Hope, Efq. Lc 



ecaie, 15C0/. 
d Jvstiee Clerk, I2Qo£ „_ 



General, 300/. 

lenry Alves, 'Master, 200/. 
Laur. Craigie, Warden, 150/. 
Ja. Gartfnore, Count.Ward. 60/. 



OFFICERS OF THE MINT 



J. ^ini^ion, As ;c7y-ma:ter lOOl. 
W. Jamiefon, Engraver, 5c/. 
Thos Weir, Kings Clerk, 40/. 
r\lex. Boog, Smith, 33/. 



ESTABLISHMENT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES, 

AS PRINCE AND STEWARD OF SCOTLAND. 
Right Hon. Lord Keith, Sec. Chanberl. 59" Keeper of Signet. 

\V. Inglis, Dep. Sec. ESV. Robert Hill, Presenter ofSig. 

Rt Hon. Robert Dundas, Keeper if the Great Seal. 
Barons of the Exchequer a;;d Ccmm'ssi^ers. 
Fr. Norton I A. Cockburn 



Hon. W. Elphinftone, Aud. 
Richard Hotchkis, Dep. 
Adam Gillies, Efq. Advocate, j 
Stale Counsellor 



O. rJ. Hepburn [ Sir ]. Stuart^ 
David Cathcart, Efq. Sal. Ge, 
And. Bkne, Soli cud Agent. 



Marquis of Bute 
Earl of Eglinton 
Earl of Caflillis 
Earl of Lauderdale 
Earl of Breadalbane 



Earl of'Stair John Clerk, Efq. 

Earl of Roi'slvn ^jcW.Qunninghar 

Earl of Moir'a Cha- Dun lias, E*q 

Lord Dundas Wm. Adam, irfq. 

Lord Kei'h Adam Gillies, I i ;- 

Hon. Henry Erifcinc Dav. Cathcart, Efq 
Charles Shame. Mafier or Harriers. 
Rev. Sir H. Moncrieff WeUwood, Dr Da. Lamont, and 
Dr T. Davidfon, Chaplains.— las. Gillespie, Architect. 
Dr Andrew Duncan and Dr James Jaflfray, Phyfuiam. 
Dr Freer and Dr Hope, Extraordinary Pky/uia-.' 
Dr T. Hay, Surgecn. 
Dr Playiair, Hif.oriographer 
J- Robertfon, Printer. 
E. Balfour, BeokfeUer. 
D. Hog, House Pai n ter. 

I COURT OF CHANCERS . 

I Earl of Rofslyn, Vireclor of Chancery. 

James Dundas. Dejr. E>irr8ar. -D. Ewart^ C.l--rh 



W. BLaeburri, Perfumer. 

J. RuiTell, Watchmaker. 
J. Brown, Genea.'ogiji. 
A. Giles, Up&dftercr. 
Rouchead <?< Son, MufuSeUer*. 



93 



COURT OF SESSION, 



FIRST DIVISION. 

1808 Right lion. Robert Blair, of Avon- 
town, Lord President, 3000/. 
LORDS, 1280/. each 
1786 Sir Wm Nairne, Lord Dunfmnah 
1:792 William Craig, Lord Craig 
1 ;97 Sir Wm Honyruan, Lord Armadale 
1799 W. M. Bannaty^e, Lord Bannaiyne 
Claud Irvin Bolwell, Lord Balmuto 
George Fergufon, Lord Hermand 
180Z A. F. Tyfler, Lord Woodhoufiee 



Principal Cler 

Tohn Prinffle 



rnn[ 
James Walker 
Walter Scott 



AJpjtants 
John Elder 
Ad.Wilfon 
YVCarmichael 



Depute Clerks 
Geo. Bruce 
John Pringl 
Wi " 



r m Pringle 



Chris. 
James Marshall 

Alex. Grant 
Robert HeddrieX 
Arch. Thomson 
John Chriftie 
Hen. Callender 
Wm Andrews 
James Low 

AJfiftanis 
George Lang 
T. Beveridg 
T.Denham 



SECOND DIVISION. 

1804 Cha.Hope, ofGranton, Ld. J. Clerk 
1793 William Baillie, Lord Polkemmet 

1795 Sir William Miller, Lord Glenlee 

1796 Allan Maconochie, L. McVdowbank 
Robert Cullen, Lord Cullen 

1805 William Robertfon, Lord Robertfon 

1806 Charles Hay, Lord Newton 



Principal Clerks 
{as. Ferrier 
Col. Mackenzie 
H.M.Buchanan 



Jolt John Ion 
LouisdeMaria 



James Waddell 
Pat. Macvicar 
Andrew Billet 
John Willis 
Alex. Grant 
Wm Murray 
James Davidfon 
Depute Clerks I Affifldnts. 
Geo. Jeffrey J Kermack 
Rob.Menzies James Hay 
James Rofe j J. Balvaird 



Fho. Mafon 
J a. Newbigging. Principal Colleclor of the Fees of the C'ks. ofSeffion 
Extractors. — Depute Collectors of Pees marked* 
OMce, IV. B. Office, F. S. 

Geo. Murray 
Tho. Millar* 
Wm Reid. 



Robert Piteairn* 
John Alexander 
Adam Wilfon 
David George 
Tho. Mafon 
Alex. Piteairn 



Jos. Johnfton 
Wm. Carmichael 



Office, P. M. 
Wm. Smith 

John Elder* 
ames Shiells 
,ewis de Maria 
John Chalmers 
James Sibbald 



Phomas Scott 
Keepers of Registers. 
Robert Piteairn John Peat I Hary Guthrie 

Alex. Piteairn Thos Blackhall | Wm Smith 

T. Smith, £c Ro. Anltruther, Efqrs. Prinsipal Clerks to the Bills 
Andw. Miller, Ja. Mercer, John Watfon, & Wm Scott, Dep. elks 
Sir Rob. Abercrombie, Clerk to the Admission of Notaries. 
George Stewart, W. S. Depute. 
Right Hon. Robert Dundas of Arnifton, Lord Chief Baron 

Principal Keeper of the Register ofSasines. 
Robert Dundas, Dep uty-keener. — Thomas Weir, Substitute. 
" 9^ 



Thomas Guthrie Wright, Auditor of Accounts. 
Jas Newbigging, Keeper of the Regifer of Homings, 2ol. 
Cha. Bowman, Deb. — James Gladirane's, Sulst. 
W. M'Farlane, Keeper "ft be Minute-book. Jus Steele, Clerk. 
Kirkpatrick Williamfon Burnett, Keep, of the Outer House Rolls 
John Pringle, Clerk of Kings Processes, 40/. 
George Bruce, Under Clerk to ditto," lo\. 
John Elder, Extractor to ditto, icl. 

ja. Ferrier, Keeper of the Record cf 'Entails. — Win. Pringle, Dep. 

j. Graham, R. Moffat, Alex. M'Beath, Jou Monro, Alexander 

Blackie, James Rae, and John Porteous, Macers. 

TEIND COURT. 
The Lords of Seffion, Comviisioners. . 
Andrew Ramsay, Efq. Solicitor. — A. Kid, Agenf. 
jofeph Williamfon, Clerk to the Commission. 
James Miller and Cha. Bowman, Deputy Clerks. 
David William-ion, Extractor. 
Andrew Murifon and John Graham, Macers. 



C OU RT cf JUSTICIAR T. 

1795 James Duke of Montrofe, Lord Jusiice^General, 2coo/. 
1804 Charles Hope of Grrnton, Id justice-Clerk, 120a/. 

Commissioners cf Justiciary, 500/. each. 
1795 William Craig, Lord Craig 
1799 Robert Cuilen, Lord Cullen 

Sir William Honyman, Bart. Lord Armadale 
1804 Allan Maconochi'e, Lord Meadowbank 
i8c8 George Fergufon, Lcrd Hermand 
1807 Arch. Colquhoun, Esq. Lord Advocate, ijco/. 
David Boyle, Efq. Solicitor General, 60c/. 
W. Erskine, A Maconochie, and H. Cockburn, Efqs. Advocaies- 

dep. 100/. each. — Hugh Warrender, Efq. Cro-zvu Agc.t. 
R. D. M'Queen, Efq. Principal Clerk of J ufliciary , 200I. 
Thomas Smith, Depxte Clerk ofjifliciary, 8cl. 
James Anderfon, Subftiiute. 

A. Guthrie, H.J. Wyiie, 6c J. Anderson, Qirouit Clerks, (c\. each 
[And. Murifon, John Grant, & John Morrif^n, Macers, sol! 



COURT of E X C H E 3JJ E R. 

1801 Rt. Hon. Robert Dundas, Lord Chief Earor.,2ccol. 

1776 Hon. Fletcher Norton, 1780.' 

1790 Arch. Cockbran, Efq. 1280/. ' „ 

1801 G. B. Hepburn, Efq. 1280/. f Xiaro:n - 

1807 Sir John Stuart, Bart. i23o/. j 
Sir Patrick Murray, B:irt. King's Remembrancer, 5C0I. 
Henry Jardine, Efq. Dp. Kings Reptembi a 
Adam Longmore, Adam Longmore, jun. aad Henry D.Jr 

nor, Clerks in King's Remevibrancer Office. 
A. Ferrier, Lord Treasurers Remembrancer. — A, Gardner, Deb. 



IS 



John Buchan,Efq. Solicitor, 140I. — Adam Longmbre, Deputy. 

Henry Sardine, Solicitor far PVindoiv Duties, lool. 

Robert Stewart, Clnk to the Barons, col. 

James Townfhend Ofwald,Efq. Auditor* 1200I. 

rrancis Anderfon, Efq. Depute. 

James Reid and Charles Moodie, Clerh. 

James Walker and John Murray, Clerks of the Pipe, 200I. 

Sir Jas Montgomery, Pret. of Signatures, 200I. — R. Stewart, Dcp. 

James Gibfon, Esq. Merit. Usher, 2711. 10s. 

G. & P. Walker, Efqrs. Deputies, col. 

William Riddell, Efq. King\ Writer, K'A. 

Henry Mackenzie and Wm Walker, jol. each. 

James Sommers and John Taylor, Attornies. 

Alexander M'Lxan, Esq. Receiver-general of Land Rents, 6jcl. 

John Fefrier & Robert Stewart, Efqrs. Deputy Receivers-generals 

Sir John Anftruther; Receiver-general of Bishops Rents, 400L 

William Handyside and John Kerr, Deputes. 

Thomas Weir, Examiner, 50I. 

James Sommers, Clerk to Port Bonds, 40I. 

Ad. Longmore, Keeper of the Register of Resignations, 40I. 

Alex,. Gardner, Court Marshal, Sol. — Dan.' Stewart, Deputy. 

Dan.'Stewart, Jo. Crooks, and Wm. Veitch, Macers, 50I. 

Wm. Veitch and Wm. Allan, Doorkeepers, 30I. 



15 Jan. 

12 May 



$ r Candlemas, "j ("15 Jan. -1 f 

J 1 Wlutfunday, /^ Via Ifry { ^ \ 

w ) Lammas, f * ) 1/ June £ } 

H L Martinmas, J (.514 Nov. J L 



3 ^eb. 

2 June 

5 July 

20 Dec. 



C UR T of A D M I R ALT T. 
Rt'. Hon. Lord Viscount Cathcart, Lord Via-Admiral, 
Lvob. Kodfhon Cay, Efq. fudge-Admiral, 800I. 
Alexander Kidd, Efq. Procurator Fiscal. 
Wm Campbell, Juni Efq. Clerk.— J. Dickfon, Dep. Clerk. 
John Johnlton, Clk. to the judge Admiral. 



I400L 



Sam. Watfon 
Ed. Young 
Wm Scot 
Wm Sprott 
[as FIggans 
John Gray 
John Wood 
Rich. Prentice 
k. Chain" 1 ers 
John Peat 
Alex.Youngfor: 



Rob. Ranken 
Ja. Laing 
P. Halkerilon. 
Ja. Waddell 
las Robertfon 
ieo. Carphin 
David Chriftie 
•as Dickfon 
Wm Smith 
Arch.Welfh 
ieorge Mill 
'ohn Patifon 



Jo. Dillon 
Rich. Cleghorn 
fames Little 
James M' Robin 
Chas Bremner 
'ohn Gibfon 
Wm Simpfon 
Wm Moffat 
Thos Stewart 
A. N. Lamb 
And. Stevens 
Tho. Darling 



Wm Innes 
John Cook 
Arch. Duncan 
Alex. Kidd 
Cha. Anderfoj 
Cha. IN eaves 
Ralph Hardie 
S. Cunning-nan 
Hugh Gray 



:o. Wi'iiamfon, Alexander Law, and Allan Grant, Marun 



F ACU L-IY OF A D V CA T E S. 

IJ'Z. — Matthew Ross, Efq. Dean of Faculty. 



JR. Campbell 51 Lau, Craigie 
j R.Craig* 1754 7 
LUex.Duff 
Robert Berry 

iSirRAnitruther John Dick ion 74 



! G. -B enip iter 55 > 

fir Hnnif ; 



I). Williamfon ,Rob. Ferguffon 
William AdamlRob.HenderfonjA. Campbell 
Sir Geo. Aber- 
crombie W M Mormon) 

PMThreiplandjB 

Wm Carlyk 

Male. Laing 851 Geo.Jpfeph Bel] 

David Cathcarc'B. "" 



SirJ.Hen(lerfop 
Patrick Home [George Skene 
Sir A.Ferguiiou Tho. Kennedy 
" V. Ogllvy 1 757 SirjLAnftrutherlJohn Wilde 
fames Clerk 
Henry Glasfprd 
[. Balfour i76ijSir Henry Hay 
' M'Dougall 
Sir 



James Fergufon Wfll. Graham 
Ad. Rolland 5%\Q. Grant 1775 



T. Hagart 1784 David Douglas 
\V M Mornfonj Wihram Rae 

Ylonypenm 
|T.Fergufun,juii' 



f. Pringle 1 763 
Vifc. Melville 
And. Ramfay 
WaL Campbell 
DavArmftrcng 
J. Dickfeni "6, 
Pat. Chalmers 
•Sir J as Dunbar 
Wm Oliyej 

r* Hogg 1 765 

J. H. Cochrane 

1766 
A-Wfedderburn 
J. Grant 1767 
W. F. Leith 
Simon Frafer 
Adam Ogilvy 
D.M«Leodi768 
Hon. H.Erjkine 
Alex. Campbell 
Rob. Aberdeen 



r Jn Sinclair 
Ja. Paterfon ,t 
jo. Mackenzk 



ohn Clerk 

ohn Burnett 



Uce iygi 
Robert Forfythi 
Walter Scott 

William Clerk j 
S. Moodk 170J 
Geo. Cranftoun 



RobertCraigie William Elliot 
Vifc. Cathca-rt 
J. Anftrnther 

Sir G. Stewart 
R Corbet 177; 
W.Farouharfbn 
Mark Pringle 
DavHume 1779 



DthoHWemyfd [ohn Smyth 

T.M<Grugar86fr.WalkerBair<i 

G. R Scott |Traff. Campbell 

|. Gordon, ian 



JoPattifou 1787 J. Edmonfton 
Adam Gillies U5.G<eenihidds 
Sir J as Mont- Sir P. Murray 
gomery [{ohn R. Irving 

1788 FjamesGlafefurd 

r.Cunningham F. Thbmfan 
SirAiM'KenziejWm Dajgliefh 
Sir A. Ramfay 'I John CchhcI DBoyJe SoLGen. 
James Trail (Rob Hamilton MRobertlote.9^ 
A. ColqubounJAIex. Irving I James L Amy 
Lord Adv. ij. B. Maidand ; lira. Johnfton 
DM'LaehlanSoIja. St. Oliphant CG.Monteath 
R.HodfhonCav Rob. Urqahart 



E.ofLauderdale 
Robert Brown 
I.W.Melvilie 



J.M'Farlan 89 
Lewis A. Grant 
RfcE-Macleod 
lames Millar 



r.Buchan lyfoJRob. Kaefmyth 
J. Rutherford Ja.Urquhart Sijlphn Hai&ett 
WM'BoWal 71JAI-X, HamiltonjCharks Rofs 
Bir A. Gordon John Rait J. Hepburn 9: 

G, Currie 1773 Sir Arch. GrantJG. Hutchifon 
Alex, ludih Sir. James SuttiefRob. Davidlbn 
John Graham AlexMoir i^SajWm Erfidnc 
Charles Sharp jjohn Swinton J Tames Gordon 
E.M'Corririck ijas Drummond-Robert Dundas 
George B-uchan George Gordon'Arch. Fletcher 



Hen. G. Aber 
cromby 
T. Crichton 
Francis Jeffrey 
JohnMoreheadJ 
D Johnfton 179,-' 
M i kupbnd 
JamesGrahamt 
Fhos Chriftie 
Jo. Wilfon Rae 
'1 nomas Tod 
j.R.Inncs 1796 
John Stevenibn 
[ohn Pet. Grant 



Wm Campbell JR. D. M'Queen C.M'Eaurin 91 Geo. Douglas 
AM.SteWart 73'j. W. Murray jjohn Cathcart jGDalyell 1797 
William Grant 1 f Wright i78.3j.Ray.Johnfton. l R. Campbell, jr. 1 



97 



Alex. Whyte 

Tames Skene 

Alex. Miller James Reay 

Geo. Rofs Wm Scott 

Alex. Lumfden Roger Ho' 



John Jardme rls VVedaerbiirii Win. Mowat 
Alex. Copland iPat.Millar 1804] 1808 

To. M'Kenzie iDun. Mathifon 
Rob. Bell |W. F. Hunter 

Ad. Ferguflbn jH.Drummond 



James Reddie J. Murray i8oo|W. R. Robini'onjRobert Rollo 
K. M'Kenzie H- P Brougham|Col. M'Kenzie tSamuel Stirling 



Wm Fullerton F. Horner 
J. Fullafton 98 W. Bofweil 



jjohnlnglis i8o5;Wm Ogilvie 



iW.Campbelijjr 



RanMacdonald Hen. CockburnlJas Harrower 



RDavidfon,jun."A.Douglas 18 
Wm Murray (John Frafer 
Patrick Walkerjo. Gordon 
DMon. Binning 1 Alex. Lang 
Alex. Ofvald ; James Loch 
Sir Th. Kirk- Und. Clephan 

patrick 'Tames Simpfon 

I .ouisI-LFt -frier Nor Hill 1802 
Archibald Bell Neil Menzies 
W.Arch. Cadtll Wm M'Donald 



John Reid 



Alex. Irvine 



Jas Campbell 
John Blackwell 

Rob. Graeme 
J. S. More 1806 
H. Lumfden 
Wm Douglas 
John Miller 
J.C.Colquhoun 
D. M'Farlane 
Simcn Frafer 
And. Skene 
Wm Buchanan 
Wm Home • 



jofeph Murray 
John Tawfe 
John Wood 
James Erfkine 



Colin Dmilop T, H. Miller 
W FTy tier 1 799 W- Harris 1 80 z 
BH.MackenzieDan. Vere i8o3|JCDunIop 1807 
las Moncrieff [James Forreft jjn Cunningham 
'*Adam Duff jThos Miller James Wilson 
T.Harv.Chriftie'D. M. Snodgrafs P. Fothiingham 
David Gillefpie ; Wm01iver..jun.;John Riddell 
jo. H. Forbes -Pat Small George 1 ait 

A. Maconochie And. Murray R. Newbigging 



ColleStcrs. 
H. J. M'Kenzie 
J. Wedderburh 
A.Manners^tiw 
D W abandon T 
Ja. Nairn, Ag. 
The Society of WRITERS ta bit MAJESTT^sYGNET.' 
Hon. Robert Dun-das of Melville, Keeper. 
Hugh Warrender, Efq. Dep. Keeper. 
.Home, Sub. Keeper Iff C/L-— John Cameron, Assist. Clk. Isf Ext 
Rolu'Vi feell, Lecturer on Ca/pveyidpeing, iodl. 
1'base marked thus f are Commissioners* 



\ C.Elliot 1758 
\ Allan Clark59 

1761 
!W. M'Donald 
fjohn Gray 63 
George Home 
fAlex. Keith 
jCha. Gordon 
JasChalmer64 
A. Duncan 6> 



A. Barclay 69 
John Fluntcr 
j onii Dun das 
tJa.Forreft 70 
fj?.mes\Ferri«r 
j Win Riddel 
fjohn Gr-me 
fjohn Buchan 
fja Walker 71 
fF.Anderfon 72 



ALMacddnald 
AndrewBlane 
C.Macintoih 75 
John Taylor, 

f Robert Synj 
Tohn Inncs 1776 
J. Rutherford 

Jas Thomibn 
+Thcs Adair- 

E -vmEaJderfton 



Tho. M'Donald 
David Balfour 
John Campbell 
Pat. Anderfon 
f M. Sandilands 

1781 
W. M'Pherfon 
f Vans Hat horn 
Archibald Tod 
ohn' Tait 



b. Frafer 67jfJ.Waucb.op 74 John Smyth 79jfH. Davidfon 
" >n 'xjn Anderfon 'James Buchan 



j ). Steuart 68 >f John Gordon 



•95 



f James Home 
■^Ja.Home 82 



Jo.Gorilon,jun, 

William Inglis 
Alex. Gardner 
Tho. Grierfqn 
John Dickfon 






hn Irvin <A1. Cuningham 
ohn Syme JAndw. Watfon 
Francis Napier f H. Warrender 
Andrew Storie jjohn Bell 
J. O. Brown IGeorge Sandy- 
Alex. Pearl'on |J. Reg. Riddel 



Robert Browi 
Arch. Gibfon 
Thos Gordon 

Arch. Lundie f Tames Hay 
f W. M'Farlane Wm Gordon John Douglas 
i'hoR.Strachan Robert Ainflie Cha. Oliphant 
Alex. Wight Tho. Manners William Boyd 
f James Jollie Wm Lindfay Jo. Gordon, ter. 
f Geo.Robinfor. John Harvey jas F. Gordon 
Robert Bell f Crafurd Tait Alex.Ritchie 95 
James Laidlaw [ames Smith Robert Hill 
James torman fRLGilmourgc Jas Robertfon 
Sir J. Lefsly f Henry Jardine Edw. JLothian 
Hor. Cannan fo. Granger Thomas Peat 

1785 Roger Aytoun John Craw 

J.Campbell, jun A. Ivluudell Wm Walker 
jofeph Cauvin Cha, Bremner John Tweedit 
fRob. Dundas Alex. Elair Ad. Ferguflbn 
f A. Young 86iRobert Rofs Rob. Menzies 
K. Mackenzie jCol. M'Kenzie Alex. Frafer 
Henry Wellh Ja. Dundas 91 D. Maclean 96 
JamesDavidfon James Ghchrift Alex. Wood 
Dan. HamiltonJF. Fothringham Rob. Strachan 
fTho.Craniton;Ichn Morifon R.Tamiefon 
John Young fWrn Handyiide John Tod 
Charles SteuartT ho. Scotland Rob. Fleming 
fjames Gibfon .H.M.Buchanan 
f A. Rolland 87 Pat. Campbell 
John Bogue lArcb. Millar 
Arch. Milne John Meek 
David Wemyfs George Steuart 
Robert Walker' 1792 Arch. Dunbar 

Wm Moile 88 T.Campbell, Ur. Rob. Cathcart 
George Imlach j James Grant jjohn Rofs 179; 
David Freer (David Murray Geo. Greenlaw 



ames Elliot 
ohn Patifon 



J. Rutherfurd 
Robert Gordon 
Gilbert Watfon 
James Heriot 
KeithMilnes99 
Mathias Lyons 
James Hope 
C.^Broughton 
Graham Leny 
Mafterton Ure 
William Duff 
Patrick Orr 
Dun. Cameron 
A. L. Ramage 
Macvey Napier 
Rob. Marihall 
1800 

~un. 
i 

mips 



John I nnes, j 
John Rentoi 

John Phillip 



fD. Thomfon John MoubrayfTho. Manfon 
Coll M'DbnaldTho Burns 9,/Rob. Graham 



Adam Gordon iGecRliflelljun. 
John Tinning Tas Balfour 
David Erlkine John Porteous 
Arch. Ferrier John Graham 
T.Cainpbell,4/«j j Wm Campbell 
'David Cieghorn 
Chas Hay 
To. Rutherfurd 
j\R.Leithi8oi 
Tho. 



Andrew Steel Wm Hamilton 'A. Gib. Hunter 
JR. Kotchkis JRobert Speid 
J. M'Farquhar IMax. Gordon 
William Dallas Wm Patrick 



ijas Fergufon 
R. Hehderfdn 
'Hugh Watfon 



Arch. S win ton 
Wm Robertfon 
fB.Wb.yt 1789 
Charles Kerr 
tj.A.Higgin f 
Thos Trotter 

- - ri 



Small 
Jas Hamilton 
Alex. Greig 
Walter Cook 
Wm limes 
ALMonypenny 
Mic. Tinning 
Rdbt Prodlor 



Thomas Gloag Thomas Scott 

Wm Tamiefon .Patrick Irvine 

G. Ciapperton Pat. Ruffell 98 Wm Ballantyne 

John Ferrier 94 G.M.Camp bell Minian Hill 

Patrick Runell William Berry R. Mackenzie 

Alex. Youngfon Hen. Clephane R. Mackenzie 

" 99" ' ' 



John Fottnan 
Robe Boyd 
Wm Eaiilij: 

1 002. 
S. C. Somerville 
John Nimmo 
Walt. Dickfon 
R. G. Smyth 
James Scott 
John Stuart. 
Hay Donaldfon 
Patrick Wifhar 
Wai Douglas 
Fho. G. Wright 
Wm Buchanan 
ELockharti8c>3 
W. Mackenzie 
fame* Tytier 
[ohh Ruilell 
D. Williamfdn 
A.Cratifnrd,jn. 
]• Smith, jun. 



jo. Lawfcn 
David lifter 
John Gibfon 
'Fho. Riddel 
H.J.R0II0 1806 
W.Momgomry 
J as Mackenzi 
}. F>. Scett 



Fr. Snodgrais 
Peter Couper 
Frs. Brodie 
Wm Clark 
Alex. Dallas 
Rich. Cowan 
T. Leven 1804 
H. Moncrieff 
G. Cleghorn 
Fr. Wilfon 
T. Megget 
Jof. Gordon 
Wm. Dryldale 
pi. Little 
David Stewart 
Jas. Nail-tie 

lex. Glemgoj 
WJphnlton 
Vv 111 tirade 

Greig 
Rob. Campbell {Jas. Struthers 
Nor. Lockh srt jj as. Wrig ht 



H. Bairn .sfathci 
John Murray 
\V. A. Martin 
T. Dickion, jun. 
John Govan 
James Swan 
J- Pollock 1807 
William Bell 
Tb os. Ferguson 
F. Walker 
Geo. Bunlop 
C.HMuirheac 



Al. Stevenson 
John Maxwel 
'JEn. Macbean 

T008 
C.Cunningham 
T. Donaldfon 
Arch. Find 
Pat. 'Pennant 
Wm Scott 
Jof. Paterfon 
A. Meiklejohn 
Wm Wili'on 
Alex. Douglas 
John 'Fait, jun 
Cha. Tawie 
John Dow 
Alex. Bofwell 
Tohn Kennedy 
W r . Wallace 



o. jawing, d 



Xr 



SOCIE 



1' OE SOLICITORS. 

Oil- SUPREME C< U ITS. 

\ Incorporated under a Royal Charter. J 
Ja. Bremner, Preset. George Tod, Vice Prcses. 
ExamiimtorsSfr! '. Ellis, Wm Calender, Geo. Fordyce, John 
Jeffrey, Will, Jolinflon, J. Thorburn, Thos. Johnfton. 



Rofo. Gairdner, 7 feature 
James Keay jjas Gentle 
Geo. Cairncrofs Pat. Robertfon 
Rob. Playfair Jas Finiay 
las Stewart IGeorge Watfon 



I A.Cunninghan 
JArch, Douglas 
IWm Murray 
JAnd. Billet 
LAlex. Grant 
[Fran. Frafer 
'.Rob. Cameron 
To, Sommervail 
Will. Yoimg 
W"mHowifon,j 



Nath. Grant 
John Dillon 
Jas Miller 
A. Sivewright. 
Rich. Cleghorn 
George Mill 
WWhyteJ. Orr 
John Morine 
James Brunto 
A.KincaidTat 



J. Young 
John Cook 
fo. Adamfon 
M. Jo. Wylie 
Geo. Napier 
P. Halkeirfton 
A. M'Whinnie 
Wm. Innes 
John Tawfe 
John Peat 
RobHenderfon 
Alex. Forfyth 
John White 
George W ilson 

In a r p or a te~TT. 



Sec. 
Wm. Ritchie 
G. Steedman 
J. Finlaylon 
A. Paterfon 
D. MacTavilh 
Wm. Smith 
Fhos. Darling- 
John Cameron 
j. Somerville^*. 
Alex. Guild 
Fho. RufleU 
G. Cuiing, Oft 



AGENTS Iff SOLICITORS NO 'J 
jW m j> 

Wm Walker 'GeorgeGraham W.HowifonJrJRobert JDlek 
Wm M'Ewan I Alex. Thomfont James Foggo !Wra. Reid 
"Fhos Wilibn !Geo. Farquhar ^Montgomery Coi'm. Falconar 
James DalgleifhTho. Duncan iRobert Young Geo. Andrew 



I GO 



James Aliller 
R. Campbell 

George Wilfon 
Ale*, Kidd 
John Rhind 
Robert Ranken 
o. M'Glaihan 
o M-Ritchie 
T. Douglas 
John Gray 
George Yooll 
James Skinner 
Tho. Whiilbn 
D. Armftrong 
ames Marfhall 
Andrew Millar 
And. Paterfon 
Francis Lauder 
D. M'Gown 
Jas Baird 
[ames Lamond 
Geo Kennedy 
f. Thomfon 
Alex. Ponton 
Peter Campbell 
.ames Fraier 
John Pringle 
Benj. Mat hie 



ADVOCATES FIRST CLERKS, 
Who, ex officio, are Agents or Stlicitors. 



John Tait 
Nath. Jones 
Tho. Martin 



i 1 HTothringhan 
Wm Smith 
D. Wardlaw 



J.Somnierviil,/'.'James Rae 

'bun. Stewart 



un 
Thomas Moir 
Arch. Welfh 
John Murray 
Geo. Tod,jun. 
Wm W. Brown! 
J. Roman 



Chas Cheyne 
Ralph Hardie 
Robert Paul 
And. Spalding 
David Ramfay 
Arch. Duncan 
John Chriitie 
Ja. B. Frafer 
Rcb. Purdie 
Llex.Htttjeb.if on 
ames M'Cook 



fhos. Darling [John M'Gjegoi 
R. Macmillan | J ames Neilfon 



John Jamiefon 

Lewis Gordon 

R. Stewart 

jas Anderfon 

\Vm Anderfon 

Charles Erfkine 

F. Johnfton 

T. Robertfon 

Jas Hamilton 

C la. Anderfon {Robert Brown [Tho. Corbet 

John Ruilel 

Geo. HouiloH 

Alex. Guild 

Tho. Baillie 

James Dunlcp 

Jas Paterfon 

Chas Neavcs 

Jas Adamfon 

Jas Peat 

Jas Gibson 

Chas Campbell 

Alex. Gillies 

Thos Deuchar 

Sylvester Reid 



ames Dickfoh 
ames Lang 
John M'Tarifti 
famesDavidfon 
W. Han nay 
Wm AUefter 
Al. Grant, jun. 
J. Thorburn 
Alex. Jaffray 
D. Taylor 
8. Cunningham 
J. Brunton 
J. Livingfton 
James Steel 



T. O.M; 

J. B. Br< 



Sam Liddei dale 
i'toM-Whirter 
Mack 
odie 
Tho. Walker 
Dan. Fifher 
And- Thomfon 
r. Waikinfhaw 
Robert Welfli 
Peter Stewart 
Wm Moffat 



SOLICITORS before the Commissary, Sheriff Courts, &c 

1:65 Samuel Watfon, Preses. 

1783 Richard Prentice, Treas. — 1775 Edward Young, Cli. 

1797 Thomas Stewart, Fiscal. 



A. Crombie 
J. Chalmers 
John Gray 
Jo.Ormifton 



A. N. Lamb 
John Haldane 
Alex. Biown 
[Hugh Gray 
And. Steven 
M. M'Naugh- 
ton, OJ/icer. 



W.Scott 1770R. Ranken 90 R. Cleghora 
Wm Sprot 17714 W, Simpfon 91 i 1799 

Ja.Figgans i778FMcnrgomcrie,C. Wilfon 
John Wood 85JG. Carphin JA. Cameron 

Wm Moffat Arch. Welfh 

Alex.Ponton 93 And Baillie 

JamesLaing 9o!Arch.- Scott 

j. Robertfon 97 jja. M'Robin 

COMMISSARY COURT of EDINBURGH. 
John Anftruther, Eiq. j James Gordon, Lfq. \ Co??>mhsar'ies 
\rch. Campbell, Efq. | Thomas Tod, Efq. J 250/. each. 
Robert Grxme, Principal Clerk — Alex. Duncan, Deputy Clerk. 
John Coldftream, Substitute. 
Pat. Wifhart, Fiscal. Jo hn Ferr ier. Maccr. 



COMMISSARIES 
Aberdeen, A. D. Fordyce 

Arfryle, R. Campbell 

Brechin, Bav. Ogilvie 

Caithness, Geo. Napier 

Dumfries.^ Tho. Goldie 
Dunblane, Rob. Banks 

Dunkeld, Ro. Stewart 

GiaswtDy W. Erfkine 
HamiltonandCampsie, A. Burns 
Zjfej John Blain 

Inverness, \V. Fraier 

Kirkcudbright, John Thomfon 



m *<&« CO UN Tin 



Lauder, 

Lanark, 

Moray, 

Orkney, 

Peebles, 

Ross, 

St Andrews, 

Shetland, 

Stirling, 

Sutherland, 

mUon, 



J. Bal 
Tdhii 

P.Fot 



D. Ronton 
Ballantine 
Grant 
.Fotheringham 
J. Robertfon 

C. Robertfon 
Robert Low 
And. Duncan 

D. Campbell 
To. Frafcr 

W. M'Connell 



DEAN of GUILD COURT. 

Wni, Calder, Efq. Dean of Guild. 

James Carfrae, Efq. Old Dean of Guild. 

Council. 

J. Goldie | A. Newton | A. Reid J J. Clephan | Wm. Sibbald 
H. Bairnsfather, Clerk. . R. Weymfs, Officer. 



SMALL DEBT COURT 
For County of Edinburgh. 

The A<5Hng i Juftices6f the Peace, Judges. 

Jas Newblgging, principal Clerk. 

Adam Rolland, jus WiifoH, and R. Newbigging, Deputes, 

James Mack, Assist. 

The Court, in Edinburgh, is held every Monday, at Eleven 
o'Clock forenoon, within the FI%h Juftkiary Court Room. 

At Dalkeith, the laft Thurfday of every month. — And at 
Mid-Caider, by adjournment. 

The City Small Debts Court is held every Tuefday. — 
No fum above jl. 60. 8d. can be fued for. 

Judges,— The Magistrates* of the City. 
J?.mes Feggaas, Clerk. 



LYON COURT. ^ 
EartqfKinnoull, Lord Lyon. — JamesHome, Efq. W.S. Lyon Dep 



Heralds 2$l. Purs1tivantsl6l.z3s.4d 

Ja. Mitchell Da rid Taylor 

Robert Dick Alex. Law 

Thomas Hufband John Grieve 
1'homa.s Small fames Geddes 

Ken. M'Eenfcie Win, Allan 
Robert Grant Rob. Thomfon 

James Home, W.S. Principal Clerk.— J. E. Touch, Dep. 

John Kerr, Herald Painter and Blazoner of Arms. 

Jof. Reinagle, Daniel Dewar, Alex. Napier, Na'th. Gow, Win 

Shepherd, & Wm, Napier, Trumpeters, 16I. 13s. 4d. each. 

103 



Solicitors. 
J. Wood 
S. Watfon 
Wm Scott 
jans 

fon Fiscal. 
honihn.Mucer 



V» 111 OtULL 

Ja.Figgam 
J. William! 
ll.'J homfc 



ROLL of MESSENGERS at ARMS. 
Those marked * are Notaries Public. 



ABERDEENSH 

Aberdeen , 
George Fife 
"'at. Webfter 
Thomas Cowie 

Huntly, 
Alex. Stewart 
John Gray 
Old M J drum, 
Adam Gray 
I ]~ ins ye, by Aber- 
deen , 
Wm Reid 
Tar land, by A- 

berdeen, 
V\ r m Davidfon 

Peterhead, 

Garden Boyd 
Pat. Thomfon 

AROYLESHIRE. 

Campbeltown, 
D. M'Millan 

* James Telfer 
Dn M c Geachy 

Inverary, 
John Bell 
Islay, 
D. Macdougald 

AYRSHIRE. 

Ayr. 

G. Campbell 
J. BlackJock 
*Mungo Baird 
John Vint 
Wm Long 
Beith, 
*Wm Dunn 
'Robert Spier 

Cumnock, 
Ad. Crichton 
Old Cumnock. 
Thos.Hamilton 

Saltcoats. 
David Bryden 

Irvine, 
Tchn Rankine 



John Grant . Dumbarton, edinburghsh 
J. Brakenridge | Dumbarton, j Dalkeith, 
Kilmarnock, ]Rob. M<Symon!james Bell 



* Robert Hill John Dixon 
Wm Ofborn I Kirkintilloch, 
Hugh Thomfon Alex. Shaw 
Geo. Vallance ! dumfriessh. 



Tho. Mitchell 

Neii- mi Us, 

G. Murdoch 

Maybole, 

Wm Hannay 

i.NFTSIHR£. 

Banff, 
Jo. M'Donald 

M'Jhft by 
Banff, 

A. M'Robert 

Keith, 

James Ker 
Geo. Chalmers 

BERWICKS>H. 

Dunse, 

Roger Moodie 

ArchM'Watt 

Earlston, 
John Dalziel 

BUTESHIRE. 

Rothsay, 
J. Baanatyne 

CA1THNESSSH. 
Thurso, 
John Reid 
Rob. M'Kay 
*Wm Sinclair 
H. Bremner 
Angus M-Kay 
Geo. Campbeil 
Benj Henderfon 

CLACKMANSK. 

Alloa, 
James Murray 
Ja. Johnfton 
Robert Mackk 
Jas Graham 



Annan, 
John Foot, 
jjohn Little 
ijoha Fariih 

Ecclefechan, 
Geo. Bell 

Dumfries, 
*Ja. Spalding 
* Wm Gordon 
Chrift. Smith 
Rob. Spalding 
Benj. Bell 
Geo. Gray 
John Dawfon 
*Thos Frafer 
*Robert Paul 
In Rami ay 
Mungo Dobbie 
Geo. Dawson 
Robert Murray 
James Little 

Langholm, 
*G. Henderibfl 

*Archd. Scot 

Locbmaben, 

John Lindfay 
Jo. Dickfon 

Lockerbie, 
Wm Martin 
Geo. Wright 
George Bell 
Francis Bell 

Sanquhar, 
1 Rob. Dryden 
Pen/>. by Thumb 
And. Hunter 



Edinburgh 
Pet. M'lntofli 
Rob. Thomfon 
G. Williamfon 
Allan Grant 
Alex. Law 
T. Anderfon 
Tho. Hunter 
Wm Gray 
Alex. Frazer 
* Ja. Wiliiamfon 
Alex. Kumaird 
E. M'George 
John Thomfon 
John Richards 
A. Ramsay 

ELGINSHIRE. 

Elgin, 

Alex. Scott 
Forres, 
*C. Black 
Wm Watfon 

FIFESHIRE. 

Cupar , Fife, 

Geo. BaliilUe 

'Rob.Maule 

Wm Murray 

Dunfermline, 
*David Uufine 
A Herdman 
Oav. Stobie 

Falkland. 
George Coll 
St Andrew s, 

John Gunn 
David Wright 
Kirkcaldy, 

"A. Ronaldfon 
*Rich. Torn 

FORFARSHIRE 
Arbroath, 

-iagh Low 



to 5 



j Brechin, 

Skene Walker 
J. Valentine 
And. Thom 
Dundee, 
A. Grimmond 
Alex. Gray 
Forfar, 
James Bruce 
Tames Wright 
James Black 

Cupar- Angus, 
P. Carnegie 
Fred. Clark 

Montrose, 

Hercules Foley 
Alex. Rew 

Kirriemuir, 
T. Scrimger 

HADDINGTON. 

Haddington, 
* Peter l)iddep 
*Arc.Toddrick 

Dunbar. 

Geo. Purves 

1NVERNESSSH. 
Portree, Sky, by 

Sconser, 
Ang.M'Donald 
Lock Bay, Dune- 

<vegan, Siy, 
Don. M'Lean 

Fort Augustus. 
*Tohn M*Kay 
Pet. Macdonaid 

Fort William, 

*Jo. Cameron 

Grantown, 
Wm Grant 

Kinguissie, by 
Grantoivn. 

D. M'Kinnon 

Inverness, 
D. M'Pherfon 
John Smyth 
Wm Frafer 
Rt. Monro 
Dun. M'Beein 
Allan M'Lucas 



Chriit. M'Rae 

Thos Frafer 

Benbecula, by 

Lyneallan, 

Ad M'Lachlan 

KINCARDINE. 
Stonehaven, 
Wm M'Cook 
D. Palmer 

Bert'ie, 
Thos Guthrie 

KINROS-SHIRE. 

Kinross, A. Gall 
James Paton 

KIRKCUDB. 
Kirkcudbright, 
|. Somerville 
David M'Nifh 
: Eb. Simpfon 
Dav. Morrifon 
Castle Douglas, 
* ja. Barbour 
Thos Barbour 
Fhos M'Ciure 

LANARKSHIRE 

Lanark, 
rho.Paul, N.P 

Airdrie, 

Rob. Mack 
A. Weddell 
Ang. Gordon 

Glasgow, 
Alex. Rullel 
Akx. Herriot 
John Cochran 
Charles Arrol 
Ja. Brownlee 
Jo. Fergufon 
Wm Gardner 
*Ja. M' Crone 
Wm Watfon 
Geo. Purdon 
A. Fullarton 
And Wilfon 
Rob. Fori'yth 

Steveiifon 

Brown 
Arch. Watfon 
*Rich. Hall 



Oliver Stewart Dun. M'Kay 
jJohn Hannay j Dumblane, 
jjas Cuming Ar. FergufTon 
Alex, Davidfon | Dunkeld, 
Alex. Fullarton R. M'Gilliewie 



To.S 
jo. I 



P. Thomfon 
Thos. Brownlee 
John Turnbull 
And. M'Lean 
J ohn Grahame 
John Davidfon 

Hamilton, 

Loc. Baird 

Stratha-ven, by 
Hamilton, 
Wm Ay ton 
John Nimmo 

LINLITHGOW. 

Bathgate, 
*A. Thornton 
*T* Johnfton 
David Young 
James Black 
Linlithgow, 
W. Wyie 
*Jas Binning 

Nairn, 
Al. Lauder 

ORKNEY, &C. 

Kirkwall, 
Wm Laughton 
Jas Fothering- 

hame 
Mor. Snody 
Lerwick, Shet. 
* James Grei 



Pitlochryby Dunk 

Pat. M'Intofh 



Killin, by Crieff 

John Campbell 

Berth, 

ames Tainfh 
P. M'Craw 
Wm Stewart 
Peter Miller 
John Juftice 
David Haily 
John Chiiholm 

RENFREWSH. 

Greenock, 
Jo. Paton 
Alex. M'Lean 
John M'Kirdy 
Jo. M'Dougall 
Thos Will'on 
Al. Colquhoun 
•G.Williamfon 

Paisley, 
*Wm Inglis 
John Whyte 
Fho. Birkmyre 
Robt. Stewart 
Port Glasgow, 
John M'Kirdy 

ROSS-SHIRE., 
Fortr-os?, 
|Ken- M'Lean 
BLESSHIRE. Dingwall, 
Peebles, T. M'Donald 

Ja. Bertram Alex. Baine 
Perthshire. jColin Baine 
Alyth,by Cupar- Ken. Kerr 

Angus. | 'Tain, FLMunro 
Alex. Anderfon Wm. Miller 
Crieff, Don. Monro 
John White roxburghsh 
{Ben. FergufTon ' Hawick, 
Peter Arnott jTho. Miller 
Callander, 'Jedburgh, 

'A. M'Pherfon l*Ja. Murray 



10.4 



SELKIRK SK. 

W. Dunlop 
*Alex. Park 
Jo. P;\terfon 



| ST1H1.INGSI1. 
\Camekin byPalhi 
.Robert Stark 

Falkirk, 
[Thomas Aikin 
jjohn Brown 
ij ohia Wardrop 

Stirling, 
|*C. Chriftie 
;Fin. Campbell 
| Denny, 

R. Kirkwood 
■Tkos Miller 



Campfie, |*Wm Dill 
jAlex. Bafne Stranraer, 

\Balfron 6yStirli.\R. M'Lellan 
iRo. Walker! PAlex. M'Niel 
snTUEiiLANO.'john Jolly 

ttomocb. I s * Alex. M'Kie 
*H. Leilie *Jam*es Caird 

W/GTON7HIRE.; IV'lgion, 

Ni v> 'a Douglas, John Ualziel 
IN. Fuliar ton ; And . D on g] a 3 
jjohii Douglas [John Murdoch 
j P; Hannay jjo. Beddie 
\Newton Steward 



PUBLIC OFFICES IN EDINBURGH. 



' . Offices. 
Admiralty office 
Barrack office 
Caledonian Infur. of. 
Cefs office 

Chamberlain's cilice 
City Tax office 
County Tax oflice 
ditto Collector's office 
Cuftom-houfe 
Dean of. Guild's off. 
Excife office 
Excife Permit-office 
Friendly Infur. office- 
General Poll-office 
Giafgow Fire office 
Imperial Infur. office 
[uftice of Peace of. 
Kirk Trcufurer's of. 
tvirk-Sess. Clerks of. 
Lyon- Cle rks office 
.VIin. Wid. Fund of. 
Phoenix Fire office 
Sheriff Clerks office 
Signet office 
Society Hall 
Stantp office 

tin-Fire Office 
i'ax office 

Town Clerks office 
Tru flees office 
Water Dutv office 



Attendance. 

10 to 3, and 6 to 8 
from 10 to 3 
10 to 3, and 6 to 8 
9 to 3, and 6 to 8 



! Where situated. 
I Parliament clcfe 
ra, Charlotte Square 
.South bridge 
jBaukftr. Lawn-mar 
(head of Bank ftreet 

Bank ftr.Lawn-mar. 

ditto 

Jackfon's clofe 
jBellvue place 



10 to 4, and 6 to 8 

9 to 3, and 6 to 8 

10 to 3 p. m. 
10 to 3, and 6 to 8 

9 a. m. to 10 p. m. 

10 to 3 

10 t<^4, and 6 to 8 
8 to 9, a.m. 1 to 2p.m.'High ftreet 

rorn 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.ihead of Back ftairs 



|Pariiament fquare 
iSt Andrew's fquare 



6 a. m. to 8 p. m. 
from to to 3 
from 9 to 4, and 5 to8 
10 to 3, and 5 to 8 

9 to 4 

10 to 3 

10 to 4, and 6 to 8 
10 to 4, and 6 to 8 

9 to 4, and 5 to 8 

10 to 3, and 5 to 8 

11 to 12, and J to 6 
n to 1 p. m. 

10 to 4, and 6 to 8 
10 to 8 at night 
dittd 

10 to 4, and 6 to 8 

11 to 3 

10 to 4, and 6 to 8 



North bridge 
Royal Exchange 
10, Hunter's fquare 
Gosford's cl. La-m. 
Royal Exchange 
z, Parliament fquare 
George's fquare 
Srott's clofe 
South bridge 
Lawn -market 
Writers court 
Netherbow 
Old fhip clofe 
Royal Exchange 
45, Princes' ftreet 
Creams 
Writers court 
head of Bank ftreet 



MAGISTRATES of EDINBURGH. 

The Right Hon. William Coulter, Lord Provost, 
and Lord Lieutenant of the City. 
Bailies tl? Deputy-Lieutenants. 
Peter Hill, Efq. " "Arch. C. Younger, Efq. 

John Turnbull, Efq. Alexander Manners, Efq. 

Wm Calder, Esq. Dean of Guild. — R.S. Moncrieff, jun. Esq. Treat. 
Donald Smith, Efq. Old Provost. 
Old Bailies, 
Georce White, Efq. I David Kinnear, Efq. 
WrmTennant, Efq. John Gloag, Efq. 

Ja. Carfrae, Esq. Old D. ofG.—Tho. Henderfon, Esq. Old Treat. 

Merchant Counsellors, Trades Counsellors, 

Mefirs Kincaid Mackenzie J Meffrs Adam Anderfon 
Wm. Gilchrift and 

Richard Young William Farquharfon 

Ordinary Council Deacons, 
l.&xxchterXcme, Bonnetm.Cv. I William Sibbald, Mastns 
Alex. Ritchie, Skinnas I Robert Hogg, Bakers 

James Rennie, Wrights j Andrew Wilson, Fleshers 

Extraordinary Council Deacons, 
Andrew Inglis, Surgeons I Robert Clark, Taylors 

Alex. Spence, Goldsmiths I John Aird, Cordiners 

, Furriers I Andrew Gairdner. Weavers 

Mathew Martin, Hammerm. j Robert Wilson , Wauhers 
Kincaid M'Kenzie, Efq. Captain of Orange Colours. 

John Fatifon, W. F.Tytler, Geo. Douglas, and Jas Ferguffon, 

Assessors for the City. 

James Jackfon, Efq. Chamberlain.— John M'Ritchie, Agent. 

John Dundas, John Gray, and Cha. Cunningham, City ''Clerks, 

Alex. Duncan and Alex. Callender, Dcp. Clerks. 

Wm. Forbes, Keeper of Records. 

James Bruce, Accomptant. — Alex, ronton, Proc. Fiscal. 

E.Robertfon, Superintend, of Water. — Tho. Nielfon, Kirk Treaf. 

Ja. Burnet, Gaft.ofCity Guard.—]* Welfll, Keeper of ' Tolbocth. 

W.Sibbald,Overf.efPui;iicWorh.--DMuYray, Keeper of Bridewell. 

Wm. Tennant, Efq. Admiral of Leith. 

John Crawford and Robert Menzies, Refident Bailies. 

Edward M'Cormack, Ajlj/hr.—Hugh Veitch, Clerk. 

David Kinnear, Efq. Baron B.ulie of Cdnongate and Calton. 

George Rae and Jofeph Brown, Refident Bailies. 

Alexander Boog, Treafurer. — G. Cranftoun, AJfeffor. 

John M'Ritchie, Clerk.— John Mafon, Depute Clerk. 

John Glbag, Efq. Baron Bailie of Eafier and Wfler Portfhurgh. 

Robert Simpfon and David Whitelaw, Refident Bailies. 

William Young and Alexander Callender, Joint Clerks. 

io3 



SHERIFF'S OFFICE^ 
Duke of Buccleuch Lord Lieut. & High Sheriff. 
Jas. Clerk, Efq; Sheriff Depute, [Adam Rolland, Depute Clk. 
Harry Davidfon, Sheriff Subst. !|. Wilfon, do & Clk to the Sheriff. 
Wm. Scott, Proc. Fiscal. jj.Mack, Clk. to Sequest.^f Roups, 
j. Newbigging, Clerk. I and Keeper of Records.' 



COURT OF POLICE.— (1803.) 
J. Tait, Efq. Sugerint. and Judge of Police. A. Baillie, Prin. Clerk. 
Inspectors and Fiscal s of Wards. — Ward T. & 4. John Brooks. — 
Ward a, & 3. Francis Metcalf. — Ward 5. & 6. W. H. Stcvenfon. 
— Geo. Williamfon, Head Constable. — David Gray, Office-keeper 
■ii>d crier of Hurt. 



SESSION CLERK'S OFFICE. 
Adam Wilfon, Session-Clerk.— Jo. Fettes, Dep. 
John Brough, Mort cloth Keeper. — Peter Smith, and Adam 

Wilson, Joint Recorder. 



HIGH CONSTABLES OF EDINBURGH. 

Archd.Constabie,Esq.ikfcr£/\z£5?-. — J. Ballantyne, Esq. Treasurer. 

Robert Hall, Esq. Chaplain. — Francis Bridges, Esq. Secretary. 



Francis Cameron Archibald Torry 
John Brougham William Griffiths 

Peter Murray John M'Lean 

Alex. Henderfon William Ewan 
George Young ipfenry Martin 

A a drew Dickfon 
David Allan 
John Keddie 

Forbes Flunter BlairJThomas Bonnar 
David Bridges, jun. James Newton 



i Alexander Craig 
John Paterfon 
William Sibbald 
iA. G. Hunter 
j Tames Hamilton 



Paul Baxter 

Andrew Wilfon 

Wm Hunter 

Francis Davifon 

Andrew Milroy 

John Stenhoufe 

Rob. Stevenfon 

Peter Pat. Sheriff 

James Thomfon 

James Weddell,>*. iWilliam Giiclirift 



Charles Henry Core Hugh Handyfide 

Alex. Mackay Jo^ n Anderfon 

George Ramf^y ,-, S. Mackenzie 
John Pitcairn 
Robert Miller 

Archibald Anderfon 'Rich. Paterson 

George Hay 

John Smith 

Alexander Smellie 

Robert Green 

Alex. Livingiton 

James Sheriff 

j Peter Maclaren 

iWilliam Waddel 



(George Win ton, ju 
jRobert Smith 
i.George Monericff 
[John Scott 
jtohn Ballantyne 
iohn Lindsay 
LEdvvard Gilchrist 



Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce mil ManufaHures. — (1786.) 
Thomas Williamson, Esq. Chairman. 
Archibald Geddes, lit Deputy Chairman. 
John Young, 2d Deputy Chairman 
Rob. Allan, 'Treasurer. ' David Stuart, Secret ay. 
Alessrs James Mansfield, William Ramsay, Richard Scougal, 
James Baird, Auditors of Accounts. 
_ _ 



HIGH SCHOOL of EDINBURGH.— (1519,) 
Alex. Adam, LL.D. ReHor. 
A. S. Carfon, George Irvine, 



Wm R'tchie, 



lames Gn 



Andrew M-Kean, Teacher of Writing and Accounts, 

E N G ■% t is U . T E A C H E- R S. 
W. John&oir, Warrifton's Clofe] J.Lcffhman, Blair Street 
Alex. Barrie, Writer's Court | Wm Brown, Milne's Square 



CONVENTION of ROY VJ L BOROUGHS.— {155%.) 
The .Lord Provof: of Edinburgh, Prisa. 
The City-clerks of Edinburgh, CierHs — John Gray, Agent. 
ThomasLaiiglands, Agent at London. 



TENT-MASTERS of EDINBURGH. 



Merchant:, 
Peter Hill, Pr 
3eo. Spankie 
Tohn Walker 



Macritchie 

FairD-dm 



Of Edinburgh. 

<obert Allan 
•<V. Gallaway 



Th.Hendcrfon 
Wm Phin 
P.ob. Bow 
Ar. M'Kinlay 

W. Pienrjrrhai 
One vacant. 

OF LEl 

T. Hamilton 
John Thin. 



Trades. 
Thos. Kennedy 
J. Law J. Milne 

Thos Miller 
Rob. Nome 
james Newton 

TH. 

OF Leiih. ■ 
W. Sibbald 
W. Douglas 



Alex. Reid 
Wm Rank en 
John Clark 
ja. Dcnholm 
jos Maxton 
John Baton 

E. Martin 
J. Scarth. 



COMMISSIONERS of the PROPERTY TAX. 

For the County and Royalty of Edinburgh. 

County of Edinburgh, ii . 'City of Edinburgh. 

Commit, for General Purposes. j Cornells, for General Purposes. 
\ndWauchope John Dayidfon {Peter Hill fjRicluBannatine 
Tn Wauchope listen. Moodie [John Walker (Wm Sibbaid 
fames Clerk ISir John Hope Ar.c. Mackinlayijus Scarth 

ames Rocheid \ p. Henderfon jWm Douglas 

To Supply Vacancies. ! James Carfrae ! jo. Gratf, Clerk. 

Rob. Hepburn Patrick Walker] D. Murray AJJyl. OIL Rob. 
tf ob. Davidibn [Sam. Watfon | Maughan, Gen. Aff. and Tnfpee. 
Alex.Trotter [One vacant j G.Kaig, J. Glover, R. Maughan, 
Jn D. iTiomfonfr. Gloag, Clcrk\)\m. and W. Plaig, Afjcjjors. 



M E RCHANT CO M P A N r.'<-(i68i.) 
Alexander Bonar, Esq. Master. 
Assistants. 
Richard Bannat/ne William Maclean 
[Alex. Smith [Peter Wood - 

William Creech [John Walker 
David Clark [Arch. Campbell. 



j Arch. Mackialay 
[Robert Allan 
James Carfrae 
Lharles Baxter 



Adam Freer, Tr^-w^r.— James Jollie, Clerk 



BOARD of EXCISE and SALT DUTIES. 

Commissioners. 

Tho. Wharton, Efq. § Rt. Graham, Efq. § and 

Jame Stodart,Efq. § Sir John Stuart, Bt§ F.Fothringham,Efq 
Adam Pearfon, Efq. Secretary, 

David & And- Pearfons, & Alex. Brown, Clerks to the Secretary, 
Richard Wharton Duff, Efq. Co?nptreller. 

Clerks in Comptroller s Office. 
John Scott, Ro. Maughan, Kich. Stow, ja Roy, J. W. Wilcar- 

fon, D. Murray, Ed. Tn Maughan, and Alex. Young. 
Frafer Wilfon, Interim Auditor. 

John Robertfon, John Wilfon, and James Wilfon, Clerks, 
Sir Ja. Grant, Bart. Cashier. James Young, & Jn Hamilton, Clks 
Hugh Broughton, Efq. Depute Cashier. 

J. Linning, Cashier to the Excise Incorporation Fund, and Eillman. 
Wm Jackson, Efq. Solidtcr. James Bonar, Efq; 2d Sol. 
Rob. Dundas,EiCj. Agent before the Court of Session, &c. 
Robert Mitford, Efq. Agent at London. 

John Blackader, &. James Bruce, Efqrs. Accountants -General. 
Accountants. 
Allan Begg, § John Edgar § Ja. Hamilton § John Linning. 
Wm Macao§ Geo. Young §John Aloffat § Jo. Stewart. 
Ja Dundas § John Wood § G. B. Morton § 
AwTurnbull, & James Bonar, jun. Clerks in Accountant's Office. 
Alex. Dick, Efq: General Examiner. D. M. Jolly, Diary clerk. 
Alex. Mitchell oc Robert Garnock, Joint Permit Examiners. 

Examiners, 

John Cumming I John Gardner I Jas. Drydeu | John Oliver 
Alex. Merchant A. Morrifon j W. Hoyes I 
Heel:. Swanlton } Alex. Geddes j H. Marques J 
Patrick WhytC s ' Register of Seizures. 
James Bruce, Store-Keeper. H. Murray, Assistant. 
Mifs Mylne, Housekeeper. 
Thomas Grub, Letter Carrier. 
George Williaml'on, and Wm Monro, Constables. 
Geo. Muirhead, Principal Door-keeper. — John Adam, Usher. 
Alex. Gray, J. Stewart, J. Lockhart, Peter Young, George 

Black, Thos. Loader, J. Oram, & W. Sanderfon, Doorkeepers. 



Excife Veflels. 


Commanders. 


Guns. 


Men. 


Royal Charlotte 


Thos Robertfon 


IO 


40 


Royal George, 
Prince of Vvales, 


J.T. Curry 


14 


5° 


Dav. Henderfon 


14 


5° 


Princess Elizabeth^ 


Henry Beatfon 


14 


45 


Henry Dundas, 


Wm Murray 


8 


33 


Princess of Whales, 


Jo. Stewart 


6 


13 


Duchess cf Montrosr, 


Jc. Graham, 


— 


8 



109 



Melville Castle, H. D. Beatfon, 

Excise Boat at Oban, Robt. M'Rcdie, 



yirmea JOoat at JUetW, 1 nomas U 

Telegraph, T ("Rob. Ste^ 

Maria, VWherys.\ John Ma^ 

Prince of JVales,} £ Wm Hai 



Armed Boat at Montrose, R. Graime, tj 

Earl Moira, Jas Melville 6 2I 

Armed Boat at Greenock, James Fin I ay 7 

Armed Boat at Leith, Thomas Dunlop, — y 

u Stewart, 2 i% 

Mackay, % 12 

Hailie, 4 ia 

Jas Dun das, Agent and Examiner of Yacht Accounts,Wm Macao 
Cashier, John Scotland, Robert Maughan, Comptrollers. John 
Lourie, Inspector of Yachts. 

OFFICERS IN COUNTRY COLLECTIONS. 

Edinburgh, The General Cafliier of Excife, Col/efior. 
John Malcom, Al. Campbell, R. M'Cracken, & James Coch- 
rane, Gen. Supervisors. John Grant, Gen. Surveyor. 
David Allan, Col. at Fort of Leith. R. Laurie, Ta. Fletcher 
Wm M'Kenzie, Wm Wintour, Walter Wilfon,Thos. Rofs 

and Crawford Young, Supervisors. 60 Officers 

Aberdeen, Gray Campbell, Collec. Jas Peat,D.Robertfon, Pat 
Andrew, J. Troup, W. Vafs, & A. Malcom, Supers, f 8 Officers 

Ayr, Iver Campbell, Collector. Jas Ramlay, Alex. Gillies, and 
Arch. Douglas,^//,?™. 34 Officers 

Argyle, Js Huie, Col. Wm Aberdeen, Wm Shiels, and Ben 
Campbell, and Pat. Scott, Supervisors. 34 Officers. 

-Caithness, R. Harper, Col. Super. n Officers 

Dumfries^ Adam Whyte, Collet!. 
Wm Comrie, and Jas Balvaird, Supervis. ao Officers 

Fife, , Col. Jas White, H. Hunter, Arch. Brodle, 

Duncan rorbes, and Alex. Brnce, Supervisors. ^8 Officers 

Glasgow, W. Corbett, Col. Aug. M'Donald. A. Wiiliamfoni 
D. Campbell, James Cornwall, John Fothringham, and Tames 
Beatfon, Supervisors, 63 Officers. 

Greenoei, Geo. M'Kay, Cr.llccior. Thos Spence, and John 
Rankine, Supervisors. Jas Hndlav, Tide Surveyor. 19 Offirer 
Haddington, A. Findlater, Collector. Rob. Barclay, John Finlay 
Jas Craig, J. Reid, & Geo. Balvaird, Supervisors. 41 Officers 

Inverness, Jas M'Farlane, Collector. H. Nairn, John Forrcftcr 
J. Pitcairn, A. Anderfon, & P. Calder, Supervisors. 4? Officers' 



LinlHhgoiv, Jas Noble, Cd. Wm Walker, Rob. Neilson, Jas 
Anderfon, P. Stalker, & E. Crosbic, Supervisors. 51 Officers 



Orkney, Rob. Prinze, Colled!. Supery. "t Officers 

J Ferih, J, M. Nicholfon, Col. Ta. Mitchel, Hen. Hannah, John 
Crookfeanfcs, A. Marfhall, & Jas Anderfon, Super. 56 Officers 

Teviotdale, Cha. Gordon, CdLclor. W. Ogg, and D. M'Lean, 
{Supervisors. I4 officers 

^irf/W, Ralph Birrd,Col/ec7. Officer. With 1 3 Supernumerary 
lOIEcers, and 4 Affiftants. ; 



BOARD OF CUSTOMS. 

Edward Earl, Efq. Chairman. 
Commissioners. \ R. E. Phillips, Efq. | Hen.Veitch, Efq 

JahnnLCochrane,Efq | Shad. Moyl'e, Efq. 



Morris Weft, Secretary. 
John Weftgartb. jCrrf Clerk. 
E. Cunningham, J. Rutherfurd, 

Tn Crawford, Ar. Strachan. 

J of. Young, J. H. M'Lean, J a. 

Watfon, & J. Broughtpn, Clks 
Jo. Campbell, Efq; Receiver-gen 
Jo Hamilton, Deputy. 
Ja Dunfmore & G.Haftie,C/<>r£ 
Earl of Leven and Melvile 

Comptroller. -general. 
Rich. Gardner, Assist. -ditto. 
Geo, Gardner, W. S. M'Lean, 

and Js. Geddes, Clerks. 
Alex. Ofborne, Efq; Solicitor. 
Jo. Menzies, J. Dinning, D.Ro- 

bertfon, Clerks to ditto. 
frl.Warren&e.r,Assistant Solicitor, 
Lord Colvil, & G. Cuningham, 
Efq; Inspeilors-gen. of Out-ports, 
Geo. Cunninghame, jun. Clerk. 
A. Cleghorn, Inspecl-gen. of 'Im- 
ports 55 s Exports. 
Wm Haliburton, />-.,-£ Clark. 
la. Dunfmore, second Clerk. 
% Burk, third Clerk. 



D.Anderfon &P. Bjack, Exam 
Thomas Thomfon, Clerk. 
James Rae, Clerk of' Postage Ac- 
counts. 
Ro. Mitford,Efq; Agent at Lond. 
Fr. Anderfon, Ins p. of Seizures. 
A . Waddell, Inspector of Cutter i 

tSf Moats 
J. W. Broughton, Clerk to do. 
iR. Gardner, assist. Insp. ofSecur. 
Tames Hay, Register of Seizures 
Wm, Rankin, Clerk. 
Al. Mitchell, Reg. of Shipping, 

and Examiner for Fisheries. 
Arch. Douglas, Clerk. 
John Menzies, Examiner & 

Recorder of Incidents. 
Tho. Burke, Clerk to ditto. 
Mrs Mathefon, Housekeeper* 
James Rae, Doorkeeper 

Messengers. 
T.Finlayfon, A. Ronald, A-Lou 
don, Robert Lefslie, and Ja, 
Wood. 
David Howiefon, Watchman. 
Wm Sinclair, Usher. 



Leitb, 
W. Oliphant, Col 
Fra. Sharpe, Compt. 
AdM'Dowal, & Jno 
Barclay, Land Suri> 
A. Will, Instruct. Off. 
W. Lamont, IV an 

house Keeper. 
WBonthron,Tij^5/.-r 

Dunbar, 
Cha. Lorimer, Col. 
Geo.Campbell, Comp 

Prestonpans, 
John Moffat, Col. 
And. Watfon, Comp. 



Bo-nessy 
R. V. Agnew, Col. 
Tho. Cowan, Comp. 

Alloa. 
James Ure, Col. 
John Mill, Comp. 

Kirkcaldy, 

D. J. Malcolm, Col. 

M. Beveridge, Comp, 

Anstruther, 
Geo. Forrefler, Col. 
Arch.Johnfton,Co»s!/> 

Dundee, 
Ja.Wedderburn, Col, 
T. Webfter, Comp. 



Perth. 
JoX. Walker, Col. 
Wal. Miller, Comp. 

Montrose. 
Vacant, Col lee. 
And. Biffet, Comp. 

Aberdeen, 
J. Allardyce, Col. 
Alex. Lyall, Comp. 

Inverness. 
Ed. S. Frafer, Col. 
Tho. Gilzean, Comp 
Fort rose lSf Crom. 

G. Henderfon, Tide 
Surveyor. 



Thurso, 
John Rofe, ColleB. 
Wli.Torrencc,Cemp 

Kirkivall, 
Ja. Riddoch, Col. 
Tho.Pollexfen, Comp. 

Stomoiva\, 
JolmRdd,CoJlcclor 
Ja. Robertfon, Comp, 

Fort William, 
Wm Falconer, Col. 
D. M'Pherfon 

Isle Martin 
Geo.Mackie, Csl. 
Wm Arnot, Comp. 
Geo. Rofs, Suf. 

Oban, 

Wm Campbell, Col. 

a. Hamilton, Comp. 

Greenock, 

AJohnfton, Dep. Col. 



Port- Glasgow, i J Luithvvai tc,JJ Lomj. 
John Dunlop, Col. Irvine, 

W. Macdowall, Com. Tas Crichton, Col. 
Vacant, Land-Sur. (ja. Innes, Comptoul. 
W. Drummond, T.S.\ __ Wigton, 

Inverai 
D. Hyflop, 



£ 



Glasgotv. 
C.Hamilton, Dep. Col. 
DMorrifon, /),?/> Comp 'Ma, 
Dan. RhindjZtfwio «r ,1 



Ja. Tweddall, Co/. 
N. Agnew, Compt. 



Campbelti 
Arch. Buchanan, Col. 
Darley, Comp, 

"" vfries. 



Di 



GardnerDuncan,^ 

c/ Hamilton Hill. 

D. O'Flaharty, S//> 

rt£ Broomielaiv. 
^?~HnRRollo,Co/ 
Jas Johnfton, Cew/. 

Roths ay, 
Jo. Blain, Co?/^. 
Alex. Irvine, Comp. 
Stranraer, 
RManfon,Z>^. Cow/.! William Rofs, Col. 
Rob. Dunlop, Sivor^AX. M'Niel, Comp. 
Ap. & land-Sur. j Portpatrick, 
W. Wood, Tide Sur. Robert Hannay, Col. 

CUTTERS, &C. WITH THEIR COMMANDERS 



Dav. Staig, Collector. 
R. Jackfon, jun.Comp 

Kirkcudbright, 
Ja. Dalzell, Col. 
Dav.M'Lellan, Comp. 

Lerivick, 
Geo. Rofs, Colleclor. 
Fra. Heddell, Compt 

Tobermory, 
John Love, Co/. 
JohnM'Donald,Co»7/ 
Macdougall, Sur 
and Landiv alter. 



Prince Wm Henry,Wm Hunter 
Osr.aburgh sloop, Jas Dowie 
Royal George, Ja. Crawford 
P rince of Wales, T. Wallaces/a. 



Prs. Royal sloop, Jas Grindlay 
Pr. Edward, Sir Jo. Reid, Bt. 
Pr. Ernest Aug. Dan. Reid 
Pr. Aug. Fred. Geo. Finlay 



STAMP F F I C £.—(1714.) 
Rob. Hepburn, Efq; ColleB. Samuel Raeburn, Clerk. 
Cha. Fozard, Efq: Deputy. 
Jas. Small, Ta. Maule. & Wm.}. Richard, J. Gray, 

Young, Clerks. JGeo. Buclian, Efq; Solicitor. 
Thos. Pender, Efq; Compt. |j. Bremner,& J. Pringle Deps. 
Thos. Pender,jun. Deputy. ijames Waddell, Inspetl. 



ITa. Bailie, Bui. Edin.is' Leith. 
1 J. Richard, T- Gray, Clerks 



TA X F F~7T~E~. 
Henry Mackenzie, Efq; Comptroller. R. Dunbar, Clerk. 
John Carruthers, Efq; Surveyors-General. 
F. Brown & T. Campbell, Assistants. — R. Dunbar, Jas Glover, 

Jo. Carmichad, &. , Clerks. 

John Bartholomew, Jo. Tovey, T. Burns, R. Maughan, J. Scott, 

G. Black & Geo. Haig, Inspectors. 
Neil Macvicar, Efq. Col. for City of Edinburgh 
To. Davidfon, & Tho. G'loag, Col. for County. 

A. Davidfon & Ro. Thomson, Surveyors for City of Edinburgh. 
J, Wood, W. Cunningham, James Caird, W. Haig, and John 

Lauder, Ditto for Conntv. _ 

113 



COUNTRY SURVEYORS OF TAXES. 



Jrgllfoire—R. & P. Campbell 
ALciJdcnfiire— Charles Farqu- 

harson, James Johnfton, and 

R bert Brown 
Ayr and 'Bute/hires — W. Ewart, 

and W. Miller 
Banffshire—'^ Gatherer 
Bft-iciJ/hire—W. Johnfton 
Caitbnefs—]. Reid 
Clack manan — J. Boyd 
Cromartyjhlre — J. Taylor 
Dumfries-fhire — W. Laidlaw, J, 

Goldie, and J. Goldie.jun. 
Dumbartonjhire — -J. Gray 
El«in & Niirnjh. — A. Falconer 
Fife /hire—]. Millar, and John 

Givan 
Forfarfoire—]. Mitchell, and J 

Thomfon 
Ciiy of Glafgoiv — A Bald, and 

Chas. Hamilton 
Hjdfmvtonjbire — W. Erskine 



Inverne/s-fhire — Alex. Grant, 

&Alex. M'Kay 
Kincardine/hire — John Greig 
Kinrofs—Al. Colville 
Kirkcudbright— D. M'Millan 

Linlithgoivjlnr Z — J. Watlon 
Lanark— Andrew <5c Archibald 
Aitchifon, & John Forreft 
Orkney/hire — D. Murray 
Pertbjhirs— J.Menzies,G. Gor- 
don, J. Inches, and C. Clerk 
Peebles & Selkirk.— J. Little 
Renfreivfbire—T). Hutchifon & 

James Buchanan 
Roxburgh/hire -G. Rodger &J. 

Henderfon 
Rofsjhire—W, Murray and J 

Tayor 
Shetland—?. Heddell 
Stirlingjhire — Ro. Henderfon 
Sutherland. — Tho. Houiton 
Wigtonjhire—J. M'Craken 



GENERAL POST OFFICE, 

Edinburgh. 

Right Hon. Lord Gray, Postmaster General. 

W.Young, ClLandDep. Cashier. A. Hume, Clerk of Eng. Road. 



Wm Kerr, Efq. Secretary, 
J.MODonald&R.Cuming,CA?rk. 
Charles Buchan, Accountant. 
J. T. Todd, J. Park, and Adam 

Paterfon, Clerks. 
F. Ronaldfon, J. Shearer, Stirvs. 
Joseph Gillon, Solicitor. 



Geo Newton, Assistant. 
A Adam, W. Miller, Win. Clh 
Robert Thomas, Letter- sorter. 
Robert Howden, Howekeeper 

ar.d Messenger. 
Donald M'Donald , Porter. 
A Rofs, Superintend. Let. Cars. 



Rob. Young, Inspector of Dead Alex. Watt, Letter-stamper 

and Mis-sent Letters. 
S. Matthew, Agent for Money 

Orders & London A eivspapers. 
Letter Office. 
B.Matthew, Clk. of West Road. 

and President. 
Fran. Gibfon, Assistant. 
D. Buchan, Clk.ofN. Rd. & Prs. 
G Mafon, John Laws, & W. 

Henderfon, Assistants 



J. Bain, Assistant, 

Letter-carrhrs. 
G.Smith,AStrachan,J. M'Lean, 
J. Stewart, P. Finlay, J. Robert- 
fon, Alex. Duff, Tho. Douglas, J 
Ferguson, W. Ross, Jn. Wright 
Jas. Morpeth, Jas. Gourlav, A 
Wallace, G. Watson, J. Duff, K. 
Bain, P. Duff, D. M'Pherfoh, & 
Thomas Crawford. 



Wl 



1*3 



BANK OF S C T L A N D.— Instituted 1695. 
Capital 1,500,000/. Sterling. 
Right Hon. Lord Vifcount Melville, Governor. 
Patrick Miller, Efq; of Dalfwinton, Deputy Gov. 



Sir John Sinclair 
George Kin near 
Adam Rolland 
Alex. C. Maitland 



Ordinary Directors. 
Don. Smith T; 

D 



And. Bonar 
Jo. Dundas 
Harrv Davidson 



as. Donaldson 
av. Willi amfon 

James Hope 

Peter Wood 



Extraordinary Directors. 
Earl of Glafgow iDavid Johnfton 
Robert Clerk Adam Ogilvie 

Arch. Douglas ISir Pat. Inglis 

Wm Plope Weir |9if David Dundas 
Treasurer. 



D. of Montrofe 

Marq. of Douglas 

Earl of Kellie 

Earl of Dalhoufie 

Robert Forrefter, 

George Sandy, Secretary. James Marfhall, Accountant. 

Rob. Coventry, H. Goodfir, Wal. Stevenfon, Pat. Micklejohn 

and Wm Forrefter, Tellers. Geo. Paterfon, Assist. Teller. 
Arch. Bennet, Pat. Maxton, and W. Buchan, Secretary's ClerL 
]as Frazer, Wm Buchan, Jo. Sim, Jo. Hogg, Jas. Hutcheson 

Alex.Shiells, And. Young, Jos. Radcliffe, and Alex. Russe) 

Accountant's Clerks. And. Syme, Printer. 
Ang. M'Donald, Officer. Geo. Wilfon & Jo. Campbell, Servants 

BRANCHES. 



Ayr, Thos M'Lelland 
Aberdeen. Jo. Tbomfon 
Banff, William Reid 
Gupar-Fifc, Thos. Horsburgh 
Greenock, John M'Nair 
Haddington, Hugh Frafcr 
Inverness, John Frafcr 
Kirkcudbright, Wm Mure 
Kirkcaldy, Wm Dryfdale 
Kelso, James Potts 



Dumfries, Dav. Staig, Agent 
Dunfermline, Charles Hunt 
Dundee, Eben. Anderfon 
Montrose, John Brand 
Perth, Wm. & John Marfhall 
St Andraus, Rob. Meldrum 
Stirling, Pat. Murdoch 
Tain, James Innes 
Wigion, Wm M'Connell 
Glcsgo-zv, G. Hamilton & fon 



ROT ALB AN K OF SCOT LA N D.~Erccled 1727 
His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch, Governor. 
Gilbert Innes, Efq; of Stow, Deputy Governor. 
rdinary Dircclors. 

[. Campbell, W.S. Alex. Bonar 'James Bruce 

jas Dundas George Ramfay <R. S. Moucrieff, sen. 

H. Warrender (Alex. Duncan \].C%m?bd\,Rec.Gen 

Extraordinary Directors. 

Hon. H. Erskine fBuron Hepburn pavid Ramsay 

John Gordon jJames Hopkirk .Charles Selkrig 

H. Thornton , M. P.! Wm M acdouald I 



I G. Mitchell, & vVill. Mitchell, 
I Cashiers. 

John M'Intofh, Accomptant. 

Andrew Bogle, Secretary. 

Jas Simpfon Ro. Laing, and J 
Gregory, Cashier's Clerks. 



A. Simt'on, len. J ohn More, A. 
Milne,&A. Simpfon, Tellers. 

C. More, J.Stirling, ]. Lauder, 
& S. More. Accountant's Clks. 

D. M'Farlane and W. Watson. 
Officers. 



branch — Glasgow, John More Cashier and Agent. 



BRITISH LINEN C OM P ANT '—ErtEled 1746 

Right Hon. William Earl of Northefk, Governor. 

Sir James Montgomery, Bart. Dep. Gov. 

Directors David Cathcart, John Hunter 

ames Gilchrift Sir Wm Fettes Adam Maitland 

E. Gilchrift, Manager— W. Henderfon, Sec— G. Kinloch, Ac 

Wm Fleming,°Geo. Mill, Thomas Nimmo, Tellers. 

Leith, James Bell 



BRANCHES. 

Cupar, And. Chriftie 
Dumf. T. Goldie & R. Jardine 
Dunbar y John Burton 
Dunse, Alexander Chriftie 
Forres, Th. Eddie 
Glasgow, Gil. Kennedy 
Hawick, Ja. & Ar. Dickfon 
Inverness, Alex. M'Kenzie 
Jedburgh. Wm Fair 



Montrose, Beattie & Dcugal 
Newt.-Stewt. Wm. M'Caa 

& Arch. M'Laurin 
Perth, Laur. Robertson 
Dunfermline Dav. Black 
Elgin, Alex. Brander 
London,Tod & Co. andSjnith 

Payne, & Co. 



PROVINCIAL BANKS. 

Cashiers. Agents in Edinburgh. 

Co. Jas Brand Sir Wm Forbes & Co. 



Banks. 
Aberdeen, Ban 

Aberdeen, Commercial Alex. Chivas Ditto 

Ayr Hunters, &c. Ditto 

Tweed Bk at Berwick Batson,Reed5:Co. R. Allan & Son 



uupar 

Dundee 

Dundee, New 

Falkirk 

Falkirk, Union 

Fifefhire, 

Galloway 

Greenock 

Glafgow, -Ship 

Giafgow, Thiftlc 

Kilmarnock 



Jo. Fergufon 
D. Jobfon 
W. Roberts 
Alex. Rarmay 
Jas Brown 
George Aiken 
J. Napier 
Alex. Thomfon 
R. Carrick 
A. Graham 
M. Fairlie, &c. 



NcwcafUe, Sir W. Loraine. & Co. 
Reeds & Co. 



Ditto 
Kinnear and Sons 

Ditto 
Kinnear and Sons 
Wardrop & Co. 
Kinnear and Sons 
Rob. Allan & Son 
Sir Wm Forbes, & Co 

Ditto 

Kinnear and Sons 

Alex Allan, & Co. 

Don. Smith, & Co. 

R Allan & Son 



I.ambton &. Co. Sir Wm. Forbes, & Co 



Paifley, Union 
Paifley 

Perth 

Renfrewfhire 

Stirling 



Jas Likly 
Adam Keir 
David Walker 
James Paton 
Wm Telford 



Ditto 
Flirmear and Sons 
SirWmForbes,&Co 
Don. Smith, & Co. 
Kinnear and Sons 



BANKERS in EDINBURGH. 



Ramfays, Bonars, & Co. 
Sir W.Forbes, J. Hunter & Co. 
Robert Allan, & Son. 
Donald Smith and Co. 
Scott, Smith, Stein, and Co. 



Thomas Kinnear and Sons. 
Alexander Allan and Co. 
John Wardrop & Co. 
Inglis, Borthwick Gilchrift & 
Co. 



LEITH BANKING CO MP ANT. 

Directors, 

I Two Vacant. 



James Pillans 

Alex. Alison 

Tames Ker, Manager 

Wm Cundell, Cashier 



H. Johnfton, Accountant, 

J. Brotb.erfton & Jo. Simfon, Tells 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 
SUN-FIRE OFFICE— LONDON.— Injlituted 1706. 
W. Hamilton, C Tho. Gardner C, S. Lefevre Charles Pole 
P. Berwick, Se$ Tho. Dorien Wm. Moffat W. C. Shaw 
E. Antrobus John Godfrey jonn Pearfe C. G.Thornton 
Wm. Barwick Edw. Harmen Brice Pearfe St. TefTicr 
Henry Boulton F. Ladbrooke Dav. Pitcairn James Trotter 
Sir C. Burrel John Langftcon Sir R. iPreflon W. Brown 
Edward Griffin, Offe. Sec. 
R. ALLAN & SON, Agents, Royal Exchange, Edinburgh, 
Mrs Buchanan, Agent, Glafgoiv. 
This Office wa s the firft that Iniured Goods as well as Houfes 
and aifo Ships againft Fire. 



EDINBURGH FRIENDLY INSUR AN CE— Inputted 1720- 
Ordinary I James Home I W. Macfarlane D. Ramfay 
Bire&ors. \ Neil Macvicar W. Sibbald One vacant 

Gilbert nines j JamesLaidlaw j Wal. Bruntcm 

John Dundas, Sec. — Chriilopher Mowbray, Cajhier. 



CALEDONIAN FIRE OFFICE. 
BireBors. I A. Allan j A. M'Kinlay I Walter Brown 
W. M'Lean J H. Jardine | W. Inglis 
J. Watfon I T. Adair j John Dudgeon 

A. Campbdl | J. Law j Robert Scott 

W. Braidwood, Manager. — W. Dickie, Sec 



Fhomfons & Co. R. Exc ha ngel John Govan, Fife 
And. Sievewright, Aberdeen John Young, PbanixFire 
Brougham & Co. Pelican |David Steuart, Globe 

Murray, Baxter, & Co. BritiJhClcrk and Rofs Union 
Brougham & Co. Imperial David Patcrfon, Dundee 

Alex. Anderfon, Albion ]D. Smith & Co. Newcastle 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

TRINITY HOSPITA L.— (1560.) 
The Town Council of Edinburgh, Governors. 
James Carfrae, Treasurer I Robert Burton, Chaplain 

Mrs Ogilvy, Mistress | William Forbes, Clerk. 



HERIOT'S HOSPITA L.— (1650.) 
The Ordinary Council, and Minifters of Edinburgh, Gover 
T. Henderfon, Treasurer 



Mifs Dickfon, Ho 



sekeepe 



I J. Macritchie, Clk. 

I John Somerville, House Go 



WATSON'S HOSPITAL.— {1741.) 
Alex. Bonar, Efq. Preses. 
Twelve Affiftants and Treaf. of Merchant Company, Four Old 

Bailies, Old D. of Guild, &. Minifters of Old Kirk, Govs. 
Walter Lothian, Treas.— Jas Jollie, Cleri.—G. Bell, Surg. 



TRADES MAIDEN HOSPITAL.— (1704.) 

Deac Conv. Preses, Jos. Maxton And. Murray 

Governors, Wm. White Alex. Zeigler 

^ErfkineofMar Thos Miller James Thomson 

eacons of Incorp. Wm Rankine Josiah Maxton 

Trades Counfeliors Dr Hamilton j. Auchterlonie Tr. 

Prefes of Barbers And. Wood Ken. Jardine, Clerk. 

William Kennedy James Denholm 
A. Logan Will. Eraser, jun. 

And. Wood, Surg. J. Porteous Ghabl. Miss Campbell, Governess 
Miss Smith, & Miss Young, Teachers. 



MERCHANT MAIDEN HOSPITAL —(1707). 



Alex. Bonar, Pres. 

Governors, 
R. S. Moncrieff 
Geo. Kinnear, 
Dr J. Hamilton 
William Lamb 
Rev. A. Brunton 
Rev. Dr Johnfton 



Old D. of Guild 



iFour Old Bailies 
Geo. Brunton 
Wm Douglas 
James Carfrae 
Akx. Allan 
Wm. Patison 
David Clark 



Arch. M'Kinlay 

R.obert Kerr 

Dr John Inglis 

T. Hutchiibn, Treas 

Jas Jollie, CU,k. 



. Porteous, Chaplain. Mrs Mountford, Governess. 



Horatius Cannan 
R S. Moncrieff 
Alex. Duncan 
Ninian Louis 
Alex. Pkcairn 
jW. Scott Moncrieff 



ORPHAN HOSPITAL.— {1733.) 
Earl of Hopetoun, Preces. 



Rev. T. S. Jones Rev. Mr Dickfon, jun 
Dr Wm Brown Rob. Plenderleath 

Rev. Dr Fleming John Tavvfe 
Jas. Forrest, adv. 
Alex. Bonar 
John Wauchope 

IW. M'Lean, Treas. jas Jollie, Clk. M. M'Crone, Teacher. 

'James Bryce, Surgeon. Mrs Maclean, House-keeper. 



"7 



JAMES GILLESPIE'S HOSPITAL.— (i%oz.) 
Alex. Bonar, Preses. — Twelve Affiftants and Treafufer of 
the Merchant Company, Four Old Bailies ?,nd Old. D, of Guild 
and Minifters of Tolbooth Kirk, Governors. 
Sir James Foulis, and George Tod, Govs, for Life. 
~ohn Hutchifon, Treasurer. — James Jollie, Clerk. 



SOCIETY for Industrious Blind. 

Duke of Buccieuch, President. — Earl of Leven, Vice President. 

John Hay, Efq; Treasurer — Rev. Dr Johnfton, Secretary 

Patrick Ruffel, W. S. Clerk— Mr Geo. Bell, Surgeon. 

Directors—]. F. Erskine, Esq. of Mar, Rev. Mr W. F. Ireland 
Jn Jay, Efq. Dr Duncan, T. Cranftoun, W. S. John Mackay, 
Ad. Rolland, Adv. Sir Wm Forbes, Hen. Jardine, W. S. Dr 
Gregory, Rt Rev. Bifhop Sandford, Rev. David Dickfon, jun 
Charles Guthrie, Overseer. 



HOUSE OF INDUSTRY.— (1801.) " 

Duke of Buccieuch, President. 
Earl of Hopetoun, Vifcount Melville, ~\ T r- n • ? 
Adam Rolland, Efq; j Fue Presents 

Principal Baird, Sec. J. Muir, Treas. 



CHARITY WORK-HOUSE. 



IVcekly Mans. 
William Phui 
James Eyre 
Arch. Giblbn 



Tho Macritchiejohn Peat jWm Scott 
James Haig IAr. Anderfon jjas. Spittal 
Rob. Pitcairn Ar. MackinlayjRevDrFleming 
Jas Denholm (John LockhartiDr Brown 
George Spankie, Treasurer. S. Abernethy, Chaplain, 
T. & G. Wood, Surgeons J°hn Blair, Steward. 



MAGDALEN ASYLUM—^797.) 
Fhe Right Honourable the Lord Provoft of Edinburgh, Preses 
John Balfour, Efq. R. S. Moncrieffe, icn. 1 Viu 

Geo. White, Efq. Rev. Jas. Peddie j P res . 

Directors. 
Rev. Mr Jones 
Rev. Dr Campbell 
Alex. Bruce 
Rob. Anderfon 
James Paterfon 
Rev. Dr Robertfon 
W. Patifon, Tr. 



Rev. Dr Hunter 
Thomas Millar 
Walter Brown 

Joseph Livingston 
ames Kennedy 
Lev. Mr Hall 



J. Campbell, ter. Sec 



Rev. T. Aitchifcn 
Rob. Plenderleath 
Richard Forrefter 
Rev.D. Dickfonjun 
A. Wardrope 
John Brown 
Ja Anderfon, fen. Stir 



W. Scott Moncrieff, Accountant. D. Niven, Clerk. 



SOCIETY for the SONS of the CLERGY.— .(177 4.) 
Lord Chief Baron, President. 
Committee of Management. 
Rev. Dr Buchanan §Mr James Bruce §T. Cruickfhanks 

Rev.DrDavidfon § Mr Henry Jardine,W.S.§ W.S. 
And, Bonar §Rev. A. Brunton §G.Greeidaw,W.S 

A- Bonar, Treas.— Wm Creech, Sec. — J. Bonar, Assist. Se, 



118 



ROYAL INFIRMARY.— .(1736.) 



Dr Monro 
Sir Win Forbes 
Geo. Ramfay 
Gilbert Innes 



Ordinary Managers. 
% Andrew Wood 
§ To. Wauchope 
§ Dr Davidfon 
I Geo. Wood 



Physicians, Dr Jas Hamilton and 

Present attending Surgeons. 
§ Geo. Bell §J; 



§ Lord Juftice Clerk 
§ Dr Rutherford 
§ Dr Stuart 
§ S. Anderson 
r Thos Spens. 



Wm Brown § Geo. Bell §Jas. Russel 

Jo. Thomfon § Wm Newbigging §Pat. Erskine 

John Turner & Will. Wilson J Alex. Bofwell, Clerk to the In- 
Physicians Clerks. $ cord. 

Jas. Stenhouse & H. Walker, § Charles Ochiltree, Chaplain. 

Surgeons Clerks. § Mrs Hume, Matron. 

Wm. Macdonald, Apothecary. § Jn Kcnnis, Keeper of Baths. 
Henry Jardine, Treasurer. § James Grant, Porter. 
Ja Bruce, &Ja.Forreft, Accompts.§ 



PUBLIC DISPENSARY.— (1776.) 
His Grace the Duke of Montrofe, President. 
Earl of Lauderdale, Hon. Hen. Erfkine, Ad. Rolland, Efq. Earl 
of Moira, Hon. W. Duftdas, Sir J. Sinclair, Vice- Presidents. 
TWauchopeEfqiJas Donaldfon |DrT. Hone iDonald Smith 
J. Stuart, Efq. Wm BalderftonlForeft Dewar T. Hutchefon 
Cap. N. Lowis N.M'Vicar,Efq ~ 
Ld Armadale Jo.. Young 
Dr Buchanan Dr J. Hamilton 
Dr Duncan, sen. , Dr Stuart, Dr 



Dr Wardrope |Dr Monro, fen 
Rev.WSimpfon/Lord Provost 



Rev. 

John Peat " {John Campbell 

Home, Dr Yule, Dr Spens, Dr 

Buchan, DrDuncan,yW?. & DrMwxo,jtm. Phys. attend, in rotet 

W. Farquharson, Jo. Walker, Ja. Anderson', Ja. Wardiope. 

Alex. Gillespie, Cha. Anderson, Geo. Kellie, J. Abercrombie. 

Surgeons attending in Rotation. 

Wm inglis, W. S. S«-.— G. Kinnear, Treax.<— W. Moffat, ApotR 

VACCINE INOCULATION 



Committee. 
Dr Rutherford §Dr Moodie 
George Wood §Lord Craig 



§Dr irarqnharfon 
§Mr A. Gillefpie 
§Mr Ja. Bryce 
$MrJ.Abercrombig 



7 Sin 

S g:c 



EDINBURGH LYING-IN HOSPITAL. 
The Lord Provoft, President. 
Earl of Leven, Sir John Sinclair, Dr Monro, and Dr Aber- 
nethy Drummond, Vice Presidents. 
Ordinary Direclors. 
Firft Bailie (Mr Pitcairn IMr Hill lltfr Davidfon 

College Bailie |Mr Rankine IMr Henderfon iDr Duncanj 
Dr Hamilton, Profeftbr of Midwifery, Ordinary Physician. 
Dr C. Stuart , Extra Phys. Mr Ar. Mackinlay, Treat. 



SOCIETY for propagating Christian Knowledge. — (1706.) 
Earl of Breadalbane, President of the Society. 
Wm. Macdonald, Efq. Preset oj the Committee. 
Committee of Director s § John Balfour §WmM'Lean 

Dr James Robertfon § Rev. D.DickfonjW§ Robert Dundas 
R. Scott Moncrieff §Rob. Pitcairn §Alex. Bonar 

§ James Forreft § 

f Dr Rev. Buchanan § 
5'SirH. Moncrieff § 
Officers of the Society 
Dr J Campbel'5^. ^ James Bonar, Acct. § John Pitcairn, Libr 
Alex. Duncan, 7W§ J. Dickfon, Clerk §M. Watfon, Beadle 
John Dickfon Comp.§A.Lvndi?,Boo£holder§ 
Rev. Dr Rutledge, Sec. to the Corresponding Board in London, 



David Freer 
Rev. T. S. Jones 
John Waugh 



TRUSTEES for Ministers Widotvs.— (1744.) 
Prefoytefy of Edinb. & Profeffors of the Univerlity, Managers 
P.ev. Sir H. Moncrieff Wellwood, Collector. 
Alex. Sceveni'on, Clerk to the Trustees. 



BURGH & PAROCHIAL SCHOOLMASTERS. 
(Eftablifbed by Ad of Parliament, 1807.) 
John Dymock, Glafgow, Prefes. 

Alexander Adam, L. L. D. Edinburgh, General Cafkier. 
Alexander Adam, jun. (G. Poft Office) do. Depute Copier. 
George Irvine, do. Clerk. 



HIGHLAND SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND. 
Duke of Atholl, President. 



MarquisofHuntly") 

Earl of Caithness { Vice 

Earl of Rosslyn f Presidents^ 

Ld VifcCathcartJ 

Wm Macdonald, Treasurer. 

D. Maclauchlan, Secretary. 

Robert Wiiibn, Auditor. 



Rev. Dr Baird, Chaplain 
Lewis Gordon, Dep. Sec. iff Col 
Dav. Watfon, Recorder & Clk. 
R-ev. D. M«clrintolh,Translato< 
of Gaelic. ■ ■ {Medalist 
A. ' Cunningham, feioellcr and 
Wm Macdonald, Oficcr. 



TRUSTEE, 
LdVife. Melville 
D. of Buccieuch 
Duke of Athol 
Lord Chief Baron 
W. Campbell, Efq. 
Earl of Moray 
Lord Pxefident 
Rob. Graham, Efq. 
Mark Pringle, Efq.- 
Earl of Leven 
W. Arbuthnot, Sec. 



Sfor FISHERIES, ^.—(1727.) 
Jo. Campbell, Efq. Lord Advocate 
Sir J Dalrymple Sir Pat. Murray - 
Geo. Home, Efq. Sir John Sinclair 
Lord Jufiice Clerk David Boyle, Efq. 
Lord Armadale Adam Rolland, Efq 

Hon. R. Dunda Gilbert rnnes, Elq. 

Lord Glenlee John Hay, Efq. 

Sir J. Montgomery,!/ David Reid, Efq. 
Lord Napier 
Marq. of Douglas 

Geo. Thomfon, Prin. Clk. J. Stuart, Ac.\ 
— _ 



THE BRITISH SOCIETY. ' 

For extending the Fifaeries, Sec. of Scotland. 
Duk* of Argyll, Governor. — Earl of Breadalbane, Dap. Gov. 
Sir Rob. Herries, Duncan Campbell, Alex. Anderfon, 

Alex. Pringle, and Wm Grant, Efqrs. — Auditors. 
RuTaL SOCIETY' OF EDi±\£uRGrl.—ivj6$.) ' 
Kis Grace Henry Duke of Buccleuch, President. 
Lord Dun f: nan 1 T ^. D ■? . 

Vifcount Melville j Vite **«*«*: 

Profeflbr Playfair, Secretary.. James Bonar, Efq; Treas. 

PreHdents of the Phyfical Clafs, 
Dr Home, Dr Monro, Sir James Hall, and Dr Rutherford. 
Dr Hope and Dr Jas Home, Secretaries. 
Counfel'ors from the Phyfical Clafs. 
Dr Jas Gregory I Prof. Dug. Stewart I LdWehb Sevmour 

Lord Hcrmand | Alex, Keith, Efq; | Jas. Russell, Efq 

Prefidcnts of the Literary Clafs, 

DrTerguiron,LordGleGlee,HMackenzie,&Lord T vVocchC)ufelee 

Rev. Arch- Alifon and Tho. Thomson, Secretaries. 

Ccunfcllors from the LiccraryCIafs. 

Lord Craig j PrcfelTor Hume j Sir H. Moncrieft'e 

LordMeadowbank j Principal Eaird | Ld justice Clerk 



SQUTEW ef AWTl^U 'ARIES of SCOTLAND. 
Duke of Montrofe, President -$Alex. Keith. Efq. V. Pr. 
Fohri Dtindas, Efq. V. Pr. ^Gilbert Innes, Efq, V. Pr 
Sir Alex. Seton ,F. Pr. §jehn G. Dal yell, Efq. F. Pr 

'i reasurer and Cashier. 
Alex. Smeliie, Sec. Alex. Murray, Foreign Sec. 

Rev. D. Macintofh, Gaelic Secretary 
James Cririe, Latin Sec. — Al. Drummond, French Sec. 
Coined?, Henry Jardiae 

korfl EMfef Baron Sir P. Murray 

Lord justice Clerk James Bruce 

Rob, Dundas 

A. Constable, Esq. Gilbert Innes, Esq. Curator^ 
LUNA TIC ASYLUM. 

Ordinary Alar.agers, 

Donald Smith Rev. Dr Qavidlon jGiibertInr.es 

Adam Holland Andrew Wood Samuel Anderfon 

Junes Clerk Harry Davidfon jR. S. Mcncricff 

Rev. Dr Baird . [Henry jardine ] lohn Tait 

Med- ;'—Dr A. Duncan, fen. Dr Charles Stuari 

Jatfies Law, and Prefidents of Phyficians and Surgeons. 

Ordinary Phyficians — Dr T S] ens, & pr A. Duncan, jun. 

Ditto Surgeons — Mr A. G\i. pie, & Mr W. Wood. 
~EDl);'BURGH r SUBSCRIP^IQNl^pn^ 

Robert V.'filon, President, j James Bonar. Treasurer, 

John Vardrcp, Secretary. 

~TT~ in 



CALEDONIAN H U N T.—(itj%,) 

Gen. Campbell of Monzie, Pres. | SirW.A. Cunyngharae, Trea. 

M. of Huntley, Earl of Ancram, Lieut. Col. Jas. Blair. Coum 

William and Henry Hagart, Secretaries. 



Duke of Gordon 

D. of Montrofe 
Marq. of Douglas 
Earl of Errol 

E. of Eglintoune 
E. of Lauderdale 
Earl of Elgin 

E. of Breadalbane 
E. of Hyndford 
Earl of Home 
Earl of Caffillis 
Earl of Dalhoufie 
Earl of Dalkeith 
Vifcount Melville 
Lord, Douglas 
Lord Montgomery 
Lord Doune 

ord Maitland 
Lord Belhaven 
Lord Blantyre 
ord Dun das 
ord Elphinftone 



Rfc. Hon. R. Dundas (J. A. Thomfon 



i. J. Hope 
1. Cha. Hope 



Hon 
Hon 

Hon. C. E. Fleming 
Sir Alex. Don 
Sir John Scott 
Sir W. Maxwell 
of Monreith 
ir James Baird 
Sir Charles Rofs 
Sir James Steuart 
Sir D. H. Blair 
Sir C. Douglas, 
Sir H. H. Dairymple 
Sir John Hope, 
Sir Wm Erfkine 
Sir J. H. Maxwell, 
jo. Hamilton, Efq. 
Lieut.-Gen. Wemyfs 
ICapt. Jas Ofwald 
(Rob Baird, Efq. 
}W. Robertfon, Efq. 



W. M'Dowall, Efq 
Geo. Douglas, Efq. 
A. M'Dowall, Efq. 
Geo. Bailie, Efq. 
D. Campbell, Efq. 
Lieut.Gen. F.Dundas 
Geo. Ramfay, Efq. 
W. Wemyfs, Efq. 
AL Houfton Efq. 
Al. Maclean, Efq. 
Alex. Brodic, Efq. 
Rd. Ofwald, Efq. 
Wm Blair, Efq 
Jas Stirling, Efq. 
M. S. Nicholfon, Efq. 
Robert Hay Efq. 
A. Campbell, Efq. 
Capt W. Hope. 
R.D.Macqueen,Efq 



Ld Arch. Hamilton lAlex.Renton, Efq. 



ROYAL ACADEMY AT EDINBURGH. 
THE KING Patron. 



Rt. Hon. R. Dundas 
Sir Wm Forbes, Bart 
Lieut.- General Vyfe 
John Fordyoe, Efq; 
Jas. T. Ofwald, Efq; 



Directors, IMarquis of Lothian 

Lord Prefident Marquis of Bute 

Lord Chief Baron pari of Dunmore 
Lord Juitice-Cierk lEarl of Rofeberry 
Lord Advocate [Earl of Morton 

Commander in Chief Earl of Breadalbane (William Rae, Ef< 
Lord Provoft Earl of Buchan 'Colin M'Ivenzie,Efq 

Lhe Principal of the Earl of Dalhoufie 

Univerfity Earl of Dfclkeith 

Duke of Bucxleuch Earl of An crura. 
Duke of Gordon Earl of Rolslyn 

Lieut.-Col. Leatham, Master.' Mr Rbffignol, Assistant. 
Tho. Cranftoun, W. S. Secretary, 



JURIDICAL SOCIETY. 
Meflrs John Dow, W. S.T 

William Rufiel ^PrftlerJs. 
Peter Hewat | 
Charles Tavvf:, W. S. Set, & Ireaf 
— — - 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY of the Church of Scotland. 
Lord Napier, his Majesty's High Commissioner. 
Dr Andrew Grant, Canongate, Moderator. 
John Connel, Efq; Adv. Procurator and Cashier for the Church. 
Rev. Andrew Duncan, Principal Clerk. 
Rev. Dr Thomas M'Knight, Depute Clerk. 
William Murray, Agent. Peter Hill, Printer for the Church. 



FREE MASONS. 

His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales, 

Grand Master of Scotland, and Patron of the Order. 

Hon. W. R. Maule of Panmure, ASling Grand Master. 

Right Hon. James Earl of Rofslyn, Acting Grand Master Elect. 

William Inglis, Efq. Substitute Acting Grand Master. 
John Clerk, Esq. younger of Elden, & Hon. Major John Ram 

say, Grand Wardens. 
John Hay. Efq. Grand Treas. — Sir H. Moncrieff, G. Chaplain. 

W. Guthrie, Grand Secretary — Ja Eartram, Grand Clerk. 
A. Cunningham, Jeweller. — A. Lawrie, Bookseller and Stationer 
LODGES in EDINBURGH. 
Lodges. Masters. Days of meeting, 

Mary's Chapel, Mr W. Wilkie 2d Tuefday 

Canong. Kilwinning. Jofeph Gordon, Efq. ill Thurfday. 
VV. Smith, Esq. 
Mr G. Lorimer 
D. Vere, Efq. 
W. Miller, Efq. 



Canong. & Leith, 
ourneymen, 
St David's, 
St Luke, 

Edin. St Andrew's, 
Thiftle, 
Royal Arch 
St James's, 
New Edin. Kihvin. 
St Stephen, 
Edin. Defenf. Band, 
Roman Eagle, 
Caledonian, 
Trafalgar, Leith, 
Portobello, 



Mr A. Adams 
Mr P. Oliver 
Mr J. Sclater 
Mr Henry Shaw, 
Mr J. Galloway 
Mr John Wilfon 
Mr A Black, 
Mr W. Moir 
Mr W. Henderfon, 
Mr James King, 



ift Tuefday. 
once a quarter. 
3d Tuefday. 
3d Friday. 
id Friday. 
1 ft Friday. 
3d Monday. 
1 ft Thurfday. 
ad Thurfday. 
ad Monday 
4th Tuefday. 
4th Friday. 
4th Friday. 
2d Friday. 
3d Thurfday. 



Provincial Grand Masters. 



Ayrshire, W. Blair of Blair,Esq. 
Inverness-shire, Jas Brodie, Efq. 
Un. W. Lanark, 
Upper Ward, Ld. A Hamilton. 
Perthshire, Sir P. Murray. 
Dumbartonshire, Vacant. 
Stirlingshire, J. Mayne, Efq. 
Argus-shire, Hon. Wm Maule. 
Fffcshire, Earl of Rofslyn. 

" L ~% I2~f 



Peebles-shire, Geo. Douglas, Efq, 
Aberdeenshire, Earl of Aboyne. 
Orkney, &c. Sir Geo.Mackenzie, 
Argyllshire, Colonel Campbell. 
Banffshire, Marq. of Huntly. 
Dumfries-shire, Cha. Sharp, Efq 
Wigtov, Sir A. Gordon. 
L. Clavel, Lodges in France. 
J. M'Lachlan, Bermuda Isle<:. 



Principal Officers of the 



Counties. 



Aberdeen 
Ayr 

Argyle 

Berwick 

Banff 

Bute 

Caithness 
Sutherland 

Dumfries 
Dunbar ton 

Edinburgh 

Elgin 

Nairn 

Fife 

Kinross 

Forfar 

Haddington 

Inverness 

Kirkcudbright 
Kincardine 

Lanark 

Linlithgoia 

Orkney 

Peebles 

Perth 

Renfrew 
Roxburgh 

Ross 

Cromarty 

Selkirk 
Stirling 
Clackmannan 
JVigton 



Lord Lieutenants. \ Sheriff Deputes, f 



Marquis of Huntly lAIex. Moir 
Earl of Eglinton jEd, M'Corrnick 

Duke of Argyll Rob. Campbell 



Earl of Home 
Earl of Fife 
Marquis of Bute 

Earl of Caithnefs 
Marq. of Stafford 

Earl of Dalkeith 
Lord Elphinltone 

Duke of Buccleucb 

Earl of Moray 
Tames Brodie, Efq. 
Earl of Morton 
Wm Adam, Efq. 
Lord Douglas 
Earl of Hadinton 

Sir James Grant 

Earl of Selkirk 
Lord Arbuthnoft 

Marq. of Douglas 

Earl of Kopetoun 

Lord Dundas 

Lord Elibank 

Duke of Atholl 

W.MacdowalljEfq. 
Duke of Buccleugh 

Lord Seaforth 
R.B../EM'Leod ; Efq 

Lord Napier 
Duke of Montrofe 
Earl of Mansfield 
Earl of Galloway 



Sohn Swinton 
ames Urquhart 
. J. Edmonditone 

James Trail 
Geo. Cranltoun 

Robert Craigie 
James Glasford 

James Clerk 

SirGAbercrombie 

D. Moneypenny 
Jas. Moncrieff 
Ad. Duff 
Jo. Burnet 

Simon Frafer 

Sir Alex. Gordon 
Ad. Gillies 

Rob. Hamilton 

David Hume 

William Rae 

Ja. W. Murray 

Jo. H. Forbes 

John Connel 
wm Oliver 

Don. M'Leod 

Walter Scott 
Dav. Williamfon 
J a. Moncrieff 
John B. Maitland 



different Counties in Scotland* 



SLerif-Subsii- Sber . ff Ckrif 



Distributors of Cess, &.C 
Stamps. Collectors of 



Alex. Daimey 
J. Murdoch 

fR. Stewart 
A D. Campbell 

' D. Campbell 
Alex. Chriftie 
G. Forbes 
John Blain 

R. M'Kidd 
John Rcfe 

Geo. Maxwell 
John Gray 

H. Davidfon 

Geo. Fenton > 
Rob. Falconer ) 
/'Aw Jamefon 
VJo.Skelton 
Peter Rankin 
Tho. Fairbalrti 
Tho. Gil z can 
J. M'Donaid 
Ja. Gordon 
John Innes 
f Arch, Burns 
<{ J. Bannantine 

G Cuningham 

(R, Nicholi'on 
VA. Duncan 
James Murray 
/ Ta. Chalmers 
I ). CoMftream 
Al. Campbeii 
R. Shortreed 
f R. M'Renzie 
< Jo. Barclay 
[_Geo. Munro 
A. Henderson 
1/ J. M'Gibbon 
V "John Bruce 
W. M'Cowuell 



Tames Gordon 
W. J. Campbell 

Arch. Campbell 

James Bell 
Pat. Rose 
ALx. livine 

Tohn Role 
Win Taylor 

T. M. Bufhby 
Ro. M'Kenzie 
J. NewbiggingX 
Ad. Rolland J 
Pat. Duff 
James Murray 
Tho. Horfburgh 
Dav. Jamiefon 
Patrick Orr 
H. Davidfon 

C. Kinloch 

D. Melville 
V\ r m Young 

Ja. Cunnifon 

Thos. Liston 

J. Riddoch 
r. Heddell 
o. Robertfon 

Ja. Paton 

R. Walkinfhaw 
James Potts 

Tho. Suter 



And. Lang 
Ro. Banks 
o. Jamitfon 
Agnew 



£ 



Alex. Brown 
Jo. Hamilton 

Ldward Hall 
Alex. Beith 

James Home 
Peter Cameron 
Wm. Mure 

WmHenderson 
H. Leflie 

John Symc 
Wra Muir 

James Bailie 
f Robert Grigor 

Tames Lumf den 

P. Ranker. 
A. Halyburton 

Tho. Gilzean 

John Syme 
Alex. Brown 

Win Muir 

G. Cunningham 

James Riddoch 

Wm 'l'urnbull 

Ja. Chalmers 

Wm Muir 
Wal. Riddell 

John Barclay 

Win Turnbull 
Tho. Win gate 
John Syme 



HarLurraden 
H. Bofwell 

N. M'Gibbon 

Wm Murray 
Ar. Young 
John Leitch 

Jo. Davidfon 
Hugh M'Kay 

W. Maxwell 
Nicol Ewing 

Davidfon & 
Gioag. 
Pat. Duff 
D. Campbell 
John Cheape 
Alex. Hogg 
Charles Gray 
John Hay 

James Grant 

AlexMelville 
Charles Scott 

At. Hamilton 

Thos Lifton 

Wm Sinclair 

G. Needham 

Thos Kinloeh 

Al. Campbell 
J. Rutherford 

A.Mackenzie 
Duncan Rofe 

A.Herxlerson 
Tho.Wingate 
To. Jamieibu 
l'hos Adair 



X2> 



SOYaE COMPANY Or archers. 

council. 
Sir James Pringle, Bart. President. 
Dr Nath. Spens, Vice Pr. § Sir John Stuart, Bart. 
Earl of Dalboufie, § Dr Hope 

Lord Elibank, § Lt.-Col. R. M. Murray 

Dr Tho. Spens, Treas. — Claud Ruft'el, Efq. Auditor. 
Henry Jardine, Ja. Hope, & John Rufiel, Efqs. Secretaries. 
Da. Monypenny, Efq; Attor. Gen. 

Judges, 
Capt. Milne, R. N. § Dr Duncan, fen. § Jo. Campbell, Efq. 
James Millar, Efq. § F. H. Blair, Efq. § C. K. Rohifon,Efq. 
Al. Cunningham, Jewell. Iff Medalist 

Lindfay Rae, Officer iff Boivmaler. 



EDINBURGH COMPANY OF GOLFERS— (1744.) 

John Taylor, Efq. Captain. 

Thofe marked * have "been Captains. 



A. Lumfden 

Jas Mansfkld 

W. Oliphant 

Geo.Mitchel 

Geo. Ruilel 

Arch. Gibfon 

Rob. Proclor 

A. M. Guthrie, Sec. 

Edinburgh: 

Dr Andrew Inglis, Prefident. 

Vice Pnjidents 



Council, 
* Robert Allan 
'John Gray 
*John Clerk 
"James Scott 
Dr AndDuncan 
Sir Wm Fettes 



Hen. Clephan 
M. Gordon 
G. H. Dundas 
Birnie Brown 
Walter Cook 
Walter Moir 
A. Longinore 



Holder of Medal 
W. Oliphant 
Medalist, 
A.Cunningham 

Club Maker, 
Simon Collar 



James Rofe, Treas. Jof. Gordon, Pec. 
CHIRTJKG1UAL SGCIEi Y~OT~ 



Mr Ruffeli and Dr T. Anderfon, 
Councillors. 
Mr Law 
Mr J. 'LI 
J Dr 



v j Dr G. Kellie 1 Dr T. Hay 

homfon j Dr W. Brown j Dr A. Wardrope 
3r P; Erfkine and Mr W. Wood, Secretaries. 



S&MJiFlCtiNT SOCIELY 
flic Lord Provoft, Prefident.— Donald Smith, Etq.VicePre/ident 
< rdlnary JJi>\-clors. 
A. Crmckfhank j John Waugh 
Wm. Frafer j James Mercer 

f. F. Gordon j Adam Freer 

James Ogilvie | W. Whyte 

Dr C. Stuart, and Rev. D. Dickfon, jun. Sees. 

F. Alexander, Treafurcr. — Robert A ffleck, Officer. 

ETJTN^BtJKGHTlTEkARY &OCTETY. 
Prefideuis.— 'i. Brown, A. L. Simpfon,*]. Erskine, J. Chriftifon 
A. Ta^f^j Secretary. — D. Welfh, Treafurer. 



George Rofs 
Andrew Scott 
James Spittal 
A. Kedslie 



NA'J "ORAL HISTORY & CHEMiCAT. bOLlETY, (1782). 
Extraordinary Prefidettfs—R&v. J. Fleming, & Pat. Neili. 
Ordinary P?eftdmts~\\ T m. Almond, & A. Rutherford, Efq. 
WiHiarn Forbes, Efe. Secretary & Treafurcr. 



ROYAL COLLEGE of PHTS, 
Thofe marked f arc Profcilbrs in th 
Charles Stuart, Prcs. Elect. 
Thomas Spens, flcePr.'ElcSi.. 
Wra Wright — Francis Home 
f A. Monro, sen. 
M. Gartlifhore, London 
Sir James Her/, Bart. 
W. Shippen, Philadelphia 
James Lind, Windfor 
fA.Duncan, sen. Elect. & Cenf. 
Tames Hamilton 
frath. Spens +Jas Gregory 
fD. Rutherford 
A. E. Beereiibrock, Antw. 
T. Hamilton, sec. London 
John Lind, Portsmouth 
Tho. Meek, Portfmouth 
R. Steven fon, Newcaftle 
John Jofeph Sue, Paris 
Jo. Marihall, Lynn Regis 
James Wood, Perth 
R. Grant, London 
A. Farquharfon, Granada 
J. Campbell, Calcutta 
H. Maciagan 
Robert treer, Glafgow 
D. Morton, Jamaica 
Thos Stevcnfon, Arbroath 
S. Spalding, Southampton 
T. Cochrane 
Patrick Baron Scaton 
Charles CongaltOn 
James Clerk, Dominica 
Thomas Gillies, Brechin 
W. Roxburgh, Bengal 
Gee. Wnfon, Virginia 
W. Mon-crieff, Lnftol 
A. Fillan, Bath 
f James Home, Elect & Ccnf. 
j. C. Lettfom, London 
i'homas Arnold, Leicefter 
Licentiate 



SICIANS. 
e Univerfity. 



Henrv Duke of Euccleuch, 
Sir Jo'f. Banks, Bart. P.R.S. 
J. Rogerfon, Peterfburgh 
a. G. Richter, Gottingen 
|j.G. Walter, Berlin 



John Yule 
Jofeph Fox, London 
T. Macdonnell, Belfaft 
f James Hamilton,yV/. Elect. 
A. Macdonald, Taunton 
Alex. P Wiifon, Worcefter 
Ja. Buchan, Gibraltar 
James Gaflcing, Plymouth 
A. Stewart, Perth 
Sir W. Farqnhar, London 
J. Hn. Cooper, Stamford 
Sir A. Douglas, Dundee 
f Tho. Cha. Hope, Elect. & Tr. 
George Dickfon 
Aw Duncan, j. Elect. ^Fiscal 
Andrew Keltic, Perth 
f Alexander Monro, jun. Sec. 
Colin Lauder 
G. G. Brown Mill, Bath 
Alex. Wiifon, Bath 
Mathew Poole 
T. Jamiefon, Cheltenham 
Wm Kennedy, Invernefs 
N. Romayne, New York 
Alexander Morifon 
Wm Ward, Leiceiter 
Jas Robei-tfon 
Orwald Hunter, Bengal 
William Dick, London 
W. Franklin, Malta 
Rob Foxley, Manchester 
John Cray Sum. M'DowajU 
Thomas Brown 
Alex. Mackenzie, Madras 
John Barclay, Librarian 
Wm Wighrman, Dunbar 
Jas. M'G rigor 
George Alley 
William Gouilay 
Thomas Grcig 
J. Henry Davidfon — Alex. Wyiie. 

HOKOK.ART FELLOWS, 



Sir Geo. Baker, Bt London 
Benjamin, Count Rumford 
Ed. Jenner, London, 
James Flint, St Andrew's 
Alex. Bofwell, Clerk. 



\%1 



ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS— (1778.) 

Thoi'e marked * are examinators. 



Andrew Inglis 
President. , 

W. i?rown, 7V. 

f. Robertfon 
Andrew Wood 
John Cheyne 
T. Anderfon 
James Gibfon 
Ewd Inglis 
Colin Lauder 
Forfeit Dewar 
T'homas Hay 
Thos Wood 
Jas Riiffel 



Aw Wardrop 
James An ot 
Robert Kerr 
* James Law 
Geo. Wood 
Rob. Lawfon 
Wm Nilbet 
fohn Bell 



fCh. Anderfon 
]* J. Anderfon, j 
James Bryce 
IT. Anderfon,;. 
|Jo. Herdman 
^George Bell 



*Geo. Keilie 
*Pat. Erfkine 
John Gibfon 
Thos. Lothian 
*A. Giliefpie 
jW. Robertfon 



rWNewbigging'* Jas. Wardrop 



J. Cheyne 



*W> Farquhar-ijo. Allan 
Cha. Bell 
Jas Caflils 



» 3* 



Ion 
H. Johnfton 
John Walker 
Wm Ritchie 
Wa.Harknefs 
7o. Thomfon 



jj." Abercromby 
Ar. Edmonfton 
*Wm Wood 
*J.H.Wifhart 
John Young 
Jofeph Bell 
John Gordon 



Flanagan 
,. Bremner 
J. B Johnfton 
I R. Robertfon 
Honorary Fellows, Duke of Buccleuch, Right Hon. Vifcount 
Melville.— W. Baklerfton, Clerk. 



ROYAL. MEDICAL SOCIETY.— (1737.) 
Charles M'Kenzie, Esq. John H. Cutting. Esq. "7 „ ., . 
Rich. Harrifon, Esq. Richard Green, Esq. f^""*»''- 

Alex. Cumming, Sec 



ROYAL PHYSICAL SOCIETY. 

Presidents. 

Sam. Woodcock, Esq. St Kitt's. I B. Hardtman,M.D. St Kite's 
John Smith, Esq. Edinburgh. j J. R. Verliug, Esq. Cork. 
Andrew Fyfe, 'Treasurer. Alex. Cumming, See. 



SPECULATIVE SOCIETY. 

Annual Presidents. 
Wm. Douglas, Efq. J Duncan Mathefon, Efq. 

John Waugh, Efq. j William Brodie, FJq. See. 

LEneas Macbean, Efq. I D. Mathefon, Efq. Truis. 
James Campbell, Efq. | Rob. Jamiefon, Efq. Librarian 



COMA' 

Antieni Royalty. 
K. Mackenzie,/" 
Arch. Conftable 
Peter Scott 
Ja. Denholm 
Ja. Clarkfon 
Wm Dunlop 
D- Bridges, jun. I 



ISIONERS FOR LIGHTING, &c. 



Adam Freer 
iPat. Mackav 
W. Waddeil' 
R. Johnftone 

AdamBrooks 
Robt. Green 
H. Handy fidt 



Extend, P.cyaliy 
Tohn Campbell 
James JolJie 
W. Watfon 
Vans. Hathorn 
las. White 
Ad. Pearion 



Alex. Craig (Claud Rufell 
«8 



J. Manderfton 
James Bruce 
W, Simpfon 
W. M'harlane 
apt.J. Stewart 
Wm. Gordon 
Henry lardine 
Wm. 'i ennant 



List cf the Lieutenants fir the County tf Mid Lothian. 

The Duke of Buccleuch, Lord Lieutenant and High Sheriff. 

Andrew Wauchope, Eiq; of Niddrie, Vice Lieutenant. 

Parishes and Districts. Deputy Lieutenants. 

4co"i„= }G=or S eRan..fa y of Barnt.n 

fS. & N. Leith without the 
2A liberty ox Leith, W. & N. 

^Diftricrs of St Cuthberts 
S. DiftridtofSt Cuthberts 

f Collington, 1 Tho. Scott of Malleny 

J {_ Currie, J Alex. Trotter of Dreghorn 

4 Kirknewton,E. Calder,Ratho A.C.Maitlandof Cliitonhal! 

5 Glencorfe, Pennycuick 

6 Inverefe Libberton,Duddingfion,A:adWauchope of Niddrie 

7 Newton, jo. Wauchope of Edmordt jn 
Rob. He " 



■•■ 



Ta. Rocheid of Inverleith 



rpburnofCi 



ngton 
Mel- 



Borthwick, Temple 
Carrington, Cockpen 
T LaiTwade, Dalkeith 
I Newbattle, 
c Herriot, Stow 
f Crichton, Cranftoa 
LFala 
Mid Calder 
14 Weft Calder 
William M'Farlane. W. S. 

Clerk of General and Snb-dli-Licr. Meetirgt. 

Lieutenancy ef lie City of Edinburgh. 

Right H.in. William Coulter, his Majesty i Lieutenant. 

Detiy.ty Lieutenants , 



}Rt. Hon. Rob. Dundas 
ville 
Gilbert Innes of Stow 
sir John Callender, Bart, 
'as Clerk of Cheflerhail 

t Hon. Lord Torphichen 
Hen. Lord Hermand 



lit Difirict. 
Ancient Exunded Royalty. 
Peter Hill, Efq; 
John Turnbuil, Efq; 

A. C. Younger, Efq; 

A'ex. Manners, Eiq. 

William Calder, Efq; 

Pv. S. Moncriet?, jun. Efq ; 

Thomas Henderfon, Eiq; 

George White, Esq; 

lames Carfrae, Efq; 

A. Callender, Gkrl to General 

Meetings , and io 1st and id 

Districts. 



2d, East and Wet* pT<-t;hur«h, 
j Gioas;, Efq. R. Simnfon, Efq 
Dav. Whit'aw, lii q. 
James Goldie, Esq. 
Andrew Wilfon, Efq. 
David Smith, Efq. 

3d, Canoa^ ite. 
David Kinnear, Efq. 
Geo. Rae, Efq. J. Brown, Efq. 
j. M* Ritchie & j. Mafon, Ciis. 

4th, Leith, 
Wm Tenant, Esq; 
John Crawford, Efq, 
R.Menzies, Efq.— H. Veitch,G7 . | 
Extraordinary Dcf> tty LieHtenhnts. 
Lord Justice Clerk J David Hume, Efq. 

Lord Advocate * [fiain Whyt, Efq. 

crd Robertfdn 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREW'S.— Founded 141*. 
Right Hon. Lord Vifcount Melville, Chancellor. 

UNITED COLLEGE OF ST SALVADOR AND ST LEONARD. 

Ja. Playfair, I). D. Principal. Patron the Crown. 
j ames 8c Jo. Flint Medicine, Univeriity 

John Cook Moral Philofophv "1 T t™Vo 1 rviw- 

las. M'Donald Natural Philofophy J Umted Collc 2 C 

iofet Haldane Mathematics Crown 

John Hunter Humanity Marc. Titchfield 

iakH^r £^c k JUnitedCoUege 

olui burling Civil Hiftory Earl of Caffiilis 

NEW DIVINITY, OR. ST MARY^ COLLEGE. 

George Hill, Prindfal 
ohn Cook Divinity 

John Trotter Church-Hiftory 

lJau. Robertfon Oriental Languages 



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UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW.— Founded 1404. 
Duke of Montroi'e, Chanc. — Arch. Colquhoun, Eiq. Rcdlor. 
lev. Dr. Gavin Gihb, Dean of Fatxdty Patron the Colk*ge 

Patron the Crown 



Wra Taylor Princi} *1 



Robert Findlay 
Patrick Cumin 
Win Richardfon 
[ohn Young 
Hugh M'Leod 
Win MTurk 
George Jardine 
fames Jtrffray 
[•Ames Millar 
Robert Freer 
limes Mylne 
Win Meikleham 
Rob. Davidfon 
James Couper 



Divinity 

Oriental Languages 

Humanity 

Greek 

I Church Hiftory 

Logic 

Anatomy & Botany 

Mathematics 

Medicine 

Moral Philofophy 

Natural Philofophy 

Civil Law 

Practical Aftronomy 



Lockhart Muirhead Natural Hiftory 
Robert Cleghorn Chemiftry 
Richard Miller Materia Medica 

James Towers Midwifery 



j> Univerfity 



Crown 

Univerfity 
Crown 
Univerfity 
Crown 

I Univerfity 

t Crown 
Crown 



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University 



UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. 

KING'S COLLEGE. — Founded 1494. 

Duke of Gordon, Cbanc. — Lord Glenbervie, Redor. 



Rod. M'Leod 
"Wm Jack 
Gilb. Gerrard 
Alex. Dauney 

Mr. A. Bannerman 



Principal > Patron the College. 

Sub. Pnn. &. Mat hem. I b 



Divinity 
Civil Law 
Medicine 



Mod.of Synod, JJ5V. 
\ College 



•William Ogiivy Humanity ~) 

|Hu«rb M'Pherfon Greek V College 

[Ed. Soott & Wm Duncan Philofophy J 

James Bently Oriental Languages Crown 

MAR1SCHALL COLLEGE. — Founded 1.393. 

Lord Auckland, Chant. — Alex. Baxter, Efq. Rector 
Wm L. Brown, D. D. Principal — Patron the Crown. 
W. L. Brown Divinify Town of Aberdeen 

Wm Livingfton Medicine 
r* n r^™* f Moral Philofophy 
Geo.Glenme | and Logic 

Pat. Copland Mathematics 

Ro. Hamilton iSatural Philofophy 

Tames Beattie Natural Hiftory 

John Stuart Greek 

jamcs Kidd Oriental Languages JSir Alex. Ramfay 

Geo. French Chemiftry College 

Charles Skene Anatomy 

UNIVERSITY OF EDI XXURG R.—F-.-.-;ided 1 581. 

Geo. Baird, D. D. Prir.c'pjl. — Patron the Town Council 



| Crow 
T( 

} 



I'own of Aberdeen 



Andrew Hunter Dirinitv 
Hugh Meiklejobn Church Hiftory 
William Moo'die Hebrew 
Logic 
Greek 
Humanity 

i Mathematics 



Town Council 
Crown 



David Ritchie 
Geo. Dunbar 
Alex. Chriftifon 
AdamFergufon 
John Leflie 
Dugald Stewart 
John Playfair 
R. Jamiefon 



Moral Philofophyy J 
Natural Philofophy-^ 



Town 
Council. 



Natural Hiftory 
Wm Frafer Tytler Univerfal Hiftory 
David Hum? Scots Law 

A Irvine & J. Wilde Civil Law 
Rob. Hamilton Public La.v 
And. Brown Rhetoric 

Dan. R.utherford 



Fr. &J. Home 
James Gregory 
Andrew Div^an 
Tho. Ch. Hope 



Botany 

Materia Medica -* 

Practice of Phvftc ' 



Crown 

/ Town 
f Council, 

J- Crown. 



Theory of Phyfic 
Chemiitry 



! Town 
f Council 



A. ?vTonro fen. &ju. Anatomy 

Alex. Hamilton Midwifery J 

James Ruffel Clinical Surgery "> 

John Thomfon Military Surgery V Crown. 

Robert Blair Aftronomy J 

And. Coventry Agriculture Sir J. L. Johnfton,Bart. 

And. Duncan, jun. Med. Jurifprud. Crow 



Geo. Du nbar, Secretary andLibr 

131 



CLERGY OF SCOTLAND. 

With the Population of the Parishes, tajtea in i8or. 



I. SYNOD o/"LOTHIAN*WTWEEDDALE. 
I. Edinburgh Presbytery. 

Miners. Patrons. 

{Geo. Eaifd, d. d. "* 
Win. Ritchie, d. d. 
{Hen. Grieve, d.d. 
And. Brown, d.d. 
T.Macknight d.d. 
To. Thomfon,D. D. 
Dav. Dickfon 



Parishes 
High Church 

Old Church 



College Church 
New North 
Church 

Tron Church 
Folbooth Church 

lid Gray Friars 

Lady Yeftcr's 
New G. Friars 

St Andrew's 



5t Cuthbert's 
Population, 
ilo.LcitlO 



{: 

|Aw Hunter, d.d. 

t. Wm Simpfcn }>Town Council. 

j'T. Davidfon, d. d. 

\ John Campbellon 

Bohn Inglis, d. d. 
L. Anderfon, 
Tho Fleming, d.d. 
A- Brim ton 
_T W. Ivloor.ie, d. d . 
1 Dav. Ritchie 
J" Andrew Grant, D,D.Crown 
1 W. Buchanan, d.d. Heritors 
| SirHMoncrieff,D.D. Crown 
t David Dickfcn Ditto 
60045. 

j fRob. Dickfon, d. d. Crown (corporations 
L jas Robertfon, d. d. Kirk Seiuon and In- 



N Leith 



ao.ooo;J=J? , 

1 J Dav. lohnfton, d. d. 

[W.F. Ireland, Ass 
Duddingftori 1003'.! o. Thomfon 
Liberton 350,5'lTasics Grant 
Cramond 1411 Arch. Bonar 
Currie 11 12 James Dick 

orftorphine 840 James Oliver 
Collington ijgjjjclm Fleming ,. 

_ tho 987'Ca. Duncan 

Kirkncwton lO/iWra. Cameron 



* Parifh at large 

Marq. of Abercorn 
Crown 

Ramfay of Barnton 
T. Counc. of Euin. 
Sir John Dick 
Earl of Laudf-rclale 
D rBaxidibn (Morton 
D. of Buc. and L. of 



Linlithgow 3594 
Dalmenv 76 '• 

Weft Calder ttgj 
Kirkliifcoa 1647 
lmont 219J 
Ecclefmachin 5o«j 



1. LinlithgoKv Presbytery 



Jarn.es Dobie, d.d. 
James Greig 
john Muckerfay 
Gha. Ritchie 
►yk-es Smith 
j'.denry Lift on 



Crown 

E. of Rofeberry 

E. of Lauderdale 

Crown 

Ditto 

E. of Hopeton 



Carriden 


140^ 


John Bell 

james Wilfon,D. d. 


D. of Hamilton 


Falkirk 


8838 


Grown 


Bathgate 


*5*3 


Walter Jardine 


F. of Hopctoun 


Uieensferry 
! So-nefs 


454 

279c 


John Henderfon 
Kobert Rannie 


The Burgh 
D. of Hamilton 


Mid-Ca!der 


101/ 


John Sommers 

H MeiklejOhn, n.r> 


Lord Torphichen 


Abereorn 


8u 


. Earl of Hopetoun 


Whitburn 


1537 


Jas. Watfon 


Thos. Gordon, Efq. 


Torphichen 


1028 


Wm. Meek, r>. d. 


Lord Torphichen 


Livingfton 


5Ji 


[as M. Robeitfon 


Sir W. Cunninghamc 


Uphall 


786 


John FergiuTon 


Earl of Buchan 


Slamannan 


9^. : 


}a. Roberrfon 


Crown 


Muiravenf. 


1070 


Wm Tvlacall 


Ditto 




3. Bi'^gar Pn:Lyt 


etji 


3iggar 


i2i6|Wm. Watfon 


Lord Elphingfione 


3ukcr 


36JWm. Strachan 


Sir Charles Loc. Rof? 


Symington 


3081 Ta. Somerville 


Lockhart of Carnw. 


Dunfyre 


352 Robert Ruifell 


Crown 


fCiibucho 


342 {Wm. Ppi-fteous 


Dickibn of Kilbucho 


Waifcon 


5 83 Pat. MoilefoH 


Lockhart of Carnw. 


Dolphington 


23ilTohn Gordon, 


Lord Douglas 


Libert on 


706 John Frafer 
3081 John Alpine 


Lockhart of Car.."-. 


Skirling 


Carmichael of Skirl. 


Lamington 


376.TI10. Mitchel 


Sir Charks Loc. Rofs 


Covington 


456|Bryce Liule 


Lockhart of Carnw. 


fJroughtoo and 1^, »-, 

rr, 6 , , J i nomas Gray 
Glennolm 45 6j ' 


D. of Qneeilsberry 




4. Peebks t 


ry. 


Peebles 


2cS8 John Lee. M. d. 


Duke of Qnecnfbery 
Ditto 


Lyne 


167 


And. Handyfide 


Linton 


I064 


Ale:-;, i "orrc-fter 


Ditto 


Drumelzier 




Robert Haldaae 


John Graeme, Efq. 


Stobo 


358 


Alex. Ker 


Sir Ja. Montgomery 


Eddkftonc 


67; 


Pat. Robertfon 


Lord Eiibank 


Kirkurd 


327 


David Anderfon 


Carmichael of Skirl. 


Manor 


388 


Wm. Marfhail 


Duke of Queen&ery 


Tweediimiir 


-:: 


lames Gardner 


N College .St An 


r nncrliechen 


ac 


. Peat 


Ofwaldof Auchin :ruiv 


Traquuir 


613 


fam-js Nicol 


Crown ' 


Newlands 


9/c Cha. Fmdlater 


Duke of Qneenfbery 




5. DoUcitb Pretty 




Dalkeith 


-:gc6j\Vm. Sjott 


"Duke of Bucclcuch 


iorthwick 


"842 John Clunie 
928jJohn Kellock 


Dundas of Arniiton 


Creighton 


Sir John Calk:: 
Sir John Dalrymple 


Jranfton 


805' Walter Fifuer 


Xewbattle 


1328 Tame? Brown 
3348, John Paton 
\320lAlex. Hunter 


Marq. of Lothian 


Laffwade 


Sir George Clerk 


ieriot 


Sir John Dalrymple 


M 




W 





inverefk 

Pennycuick 

Cairnton 

Temple 

Glencrofs 
Ormifton 

Fala 

Cockpea 
Newton 



6604 Lellie Moodie 
1 7051Tb omas Colitoun 
329 Thomas Muir 

855! James Goldie 

390,; Wm Torrcnce 
77<3ijAlex. Colvill 

354 Arch. Singers 

i68ijEben. Marfhal! 
io6oiTho. Scot 



Duke of Buccleuch 
Sir George Clerk 
Earl of Rofeberrie 
f Dundas Arnift. & 
(_ Hepburn Clerking. 
Lord Woodhouflee 
Earl of Hopetoun 
fCity of Edin. & 
(_ Sir Jo. Dalrymple 
Earl of Dalhouiie 
Wauchope Edmonft. 



Haddington 4049 



Garvald 

Tranent 

Walton 

Bolton 

Fencaitland 

M. Berwick 

Gladfmuir 

Yefter 

Humble 

Dirlefon 

^berlady 

:\dwIrtcnford 897 

PreiTtoiipans 1964 



749 

3046 

76S 

252 

1300 

1470 

9 29 

III? 
875 



6. Haddington PreJj\ 
T R. Lorimer, l. l.d 
7 WmSibbald, d.d. 
George Sangiter 
John Hcnderibn 
And. Johnlton 
And Stewart, M. d. 
David Pyper 
Geo. Murray 
Geo. Hamilton, d.d. 
James Innes 
Henry Sangfter 
Win Stark 
Neil Roy, n. d. 
Wra Ritchie 
Pat. Primrofe 



Morhame q^rjohn Steel 



tery. 
Earl of Hopeton 
Ditto (dal< 

Crown & M. Tweed 
Crown 

Fletcher of Salton 
Lord Blantyfe (lan< 
Hamilton of Pencait- 
Sir H. Dalrymple 
Crown & E. Hopetoi 
Marq. Tw r eeddale 
Crown & E. Hopetoi 
Nisbet of Dirleton 
Earl of Wemyfs 
Sir A. Kinloch 
C. Dowag. Hyndford 
Mifs Dalrymple 



Dunbar 

Innerwick 
Whitekirk 92 
Oidhamftocks 573 
Cokburitfpath 930 

Srenton 620 

Prcftonkirk 1471 
Whittingham 658 

Spot 



7. JJunbat Presbytery, 

39811P. Carfrae, d.d. 
u 846 John Harvie 

James Wallace 
Lobert Moore 
Andrew Spence 
Henry Grey 
J. Thomfon 
ohn Lumfden 
coal Alex. Graham 



Difputed 

Nisbet of Dirleton 

Crown & E. Hadinton 

Hunter of Thurfton 

Crown 

Nisbet of Dirletoti 

Dalrymple of Hailes 

Hay of Drumelzier 

Hay of Lawfietd 



II. SYNOD y'MFRSE and TI V iOTDALE. 

8. Dunse Presbytery, 



Dunfe 

Greenlaw 

Eccles 

Foggo 

Longformacus4o6 

Abbay St "]_ T ^o 



3 I 57 
1270 
1682 

507 



l«athens 



1* 



G. Cunninghame 
James Luke 
James Thomfon 
John Tod 
Selby Ord 

JohnSked 



Hay of Drumelzier 

E. Marchmt's Heirs 

Crown 

Ditto 

Home, Longformacns 

Crown 



Cranfhaws 


i66jDavid Tod 


Watfon of Saughton 


Prefton & ") 
Bunkle J 

Limgton 


622!john Campbell 


Lord Douglas 


428.Alex. Girvan 


Cs. of Breadalbane 


Poiwarth 


291 j Robert Home 


E. Marchmont's heirsj 




9 Cbirnslde Presbyt 


"Hull of Whitehall 


Chirnfide 


114-jTho. Logan m. d. 


Ayton 


1 45^ Geo. Home 


Crown 


Coldftream 


2269|Robert Scott 


Earl of Haddington 


Mordington 


330 Geo. Chalmers 


Kenton of Lamerton 


Ladykirk 


516'George Tod 


Crown 


Whitefome "1 
& Hilton J 


1 
56o:Geo. Drummond 


Stoddart ofWhite- 
fcmehill 


Swinton 


875|Tames Baird 


Crown 


Fouldcn 


393 'David Young, M. D. 


Wilkie of Foulden 


Coldingham 


2391 James Landels 


Crowd 


Hutton 


9j5{Adam Landels 


Ditto 


Edrom 


l35j[john Haltie 


Ditto 


Eyemouth 


899; James Smith 


Ditto 




IO. Jedburgh Presbytery. 


[edburgh 


38341T. Somervilie, d. d. 


Crown 


Ancrum 


1222JTI10. Campbell 


Sir J. Scott, Ancram 


Hawick 


279«James Arkle 


Duke of Buccleuch 


Wilt own 


1307JS. Charteris, d. n. 


Ditto 


Hownam 


37aTa. Rutherford 
973 ! Tas Young 


Difputed 


Eckfoord 


Grown (thian 


Crailing 


699 David Brown 


Ditto and M. of Lo- 


South Dean 


714 Wm. Scott 


Do. & L. Douglas 


Cavers 


1382 And. Watfon 


Douglas of Cavers 


Ox ham 


690 John Hunter 


Crown 


Kirk town 


320 John Elliot 


Ditto 


Hobkirk 


76oBenj. Dickfon 


Ditto 


Minto 


477 Wm. Burn, d. d. 


Lord Miuto 


Bedrule 


260 Wm. Brown 


Horue of Ninewells 




II, Selkirk Presbytery, 


Selkirk 


2098 


Jo. Campbell 


Difputed 


Roberton 


618 


\V. H. Shaw 


Crown 


Bowden 


829 


W Balfour 


Difputed 


Yarrow 


I2i6 


Robert Ruffel 


Crown 


Afhkirk 


539 


T. S. Hardie d. d. 


Lord Minto 


St BofweiTs 


500 


John Scade 
James Stalker 


Duke of Buccleuch 


Lillies Leaf 


6/3 


Difputed - 


Etterick 


445 


Charles Paton 


Lord Napier 


Alelrofe 


2625 


T Fred. M< Lagan 
L GThomfon Asisst. 


Duke of Buccleuch 


Galafluels 


844 


Rob. Douglafs, d. d. 


Scott of Gala 


Maxton 


368 John Haining 


Sir A. Don, Newton 



K*S 



1 


12. Kelso Pmfaterv. 


Keifo 


4196 


Rob. Luti die 


* Difputed 


Yctholm 


I0II 


Wm Blackie 


Wauchope, Niddry 


Roxburgh 


949 


Andrew Bell 


Difputed 


Morbatde 


78c 


©. W. Gordon 


Ditto 


Sproufton 


1 1 03 


N. Trotter 


Ditto (mont's Heirs 


Stitchell 


looo 


And. Scot 


Crown & £. March- 


Linton 


403 


Win. Faichney 


Pringle of Clifton 


Makerfton 


248 


Dav. Hogarth 


Difputed 


Ednam 


59S 


Rob. Robertfon 


Crown 


Nenthorn 


400 


Gavin Wallace 


Ditto 




13. Lauder Presbyti 


ry. 


Lauder 


I76c[|am.es Foord, r>. 0. 


Earl of Lauderdale 


Earlfton 


1478 


Lau. Johnfton 
Wm Shields 


Crown 


Weftruther 


779 


Ditto 


Smalholm 


421 


Tho. Cleghorn 


Bailie of J ervifwood 


Channelkirk 


640 




E. Marehmont's heirs 


Legerwood 


495 


Henry Gamock 


Kerr of Morilton 


Stow 


1876 


Robert Dawfon 


Crown 


Merton 


535 


Tames Duncan 


Scott of Harden 


Gordon 


002 Wal. Morison 


Crown 


III. SYNOD a DUMFRIES— 14. 


Annan Presbytery. 


Annan 


2570 Yl . H. Moncricft 


Neilfon of Newbie 


Gratney 


1765 


John Morgan 


Earl Mansfield 


Middlebie 


I5°7 


Abraham Nivifon 


D. of Queenfberry 


Dornor.k 


691 


Nicholas Sloan 


Ditto 


Ruthwell 


996 


Henry Duncan 


Earl Mansfield 


Cumbertre: ; 


: I20C 


Tho. Gilleipie 


Crown 


Kirkpatr. 1 
Fleeming J 


1544 


Alex. Monilaws 


f H. Mair, Efq. & 
\ Sir Wm. Maxwell 


Hoddam 


1250 


James Yorfloun 


f D. of Queenfberry 
\ & Sharp, Hoddam 




15. Lochmaben Presbytery* 


Lochmaben 


2053 Henry Laurie 


E'arl Mansfield 


Tohnftone 
forkp.-JuxtJ 


77i 


R. Colvin, d.d. 


Earl of Hopetoun 


L 59 6 


Wm. Singers, d. d. 


Ditto 


St Mungo 


640 


Andrew Jamiefon 


Crown (E. Hopetoun 


Applegirth 


795 


Wm Dunbar 


Jardine, Appelg. £c 


Dryfdalc 


1607 


Jo. Henderfon 


Crown 


MoiFat 


1615 


Alex. Johnfton 


Earl of Hopetoun 


Kirkmichae 


984 


James Smaiil 


D. of Queenfberry 


Tundergarth 484 


Rich. Paxton 


Earl Mansfield 


Wamphry 


4*3 


Jof. KirkpatriGk 


E. of /fopetoun 


Dalton 


595 


James Cririe, d. d. 


M'Ray of Holmains 


Moufcwald 


7o5 


Jacob Dickfon 
d Jacob Wright 


D. of Queenfberry 


Hutton 


tAt 


Earl of Hopetoun 



i*o 



1 




16. Langboka Presbytery 


iLanghoIme 


Z&l 


Tho. Martin Crown <?c D. Buccl. 


'.Cannobie 


2sHo 


John Ruffel Duke of Buccleuch 
David Scmt Ditto 


jCaftletown 


1428 


Ewes 


35* 


fohn Laurie Ditto 


IWefterkirk 


6381 Wm JLittle Ditto 


jEikaalcmuir 


537|Wm Brown Ditto 



IDumfrics 7288 

Holywood 899 
iCarlavcrock 1014 
Kirkp.I. Gray 730 
Troqueer 277. 
Kirkp. Dur. 100 
Kirkgunzeon 54 
Terregles 51c 
Kirkmahoe 131.' 
Tiriwall 
Dunfcare 
Kirkbean 
Colvend 
lorthefwaM 70 
I .ochrutton 52^ 
Newabby 83 
Urr 1 719 



9& 

696 
1 10! , 



17, Dumfries Presbytery. 
f Alex. Scott, d.b. CVown 
I Tho. T. Duncan ito.™ n (merkland 
fames Crichton Criphton of Four- 



Wm M'Moririe 

[ohn M'Cubbin 
Wrti Thorburn 
David Lamont, n. 
John Crokat 
Fh'eo. Keydon 
John Wight-man 
Geo. Greig 
C. Burn side 
£d. Neil ion 
Fames Little 
John Yorftoun 
i'hos faglis 
Will. Weight 
— Murray 



D. of Queeniberry 

Craigdarroeh & Au- 

Crown (chencruive 

Ditto (ruchai: 

A lax well of Car- 

D. of Queenfberry 

Ditto 

Di L to and Crown 

Crown 

D. or' Queeniberry 

Ditto and Crown 

D. of Queeniberry 

Ditto 

Crown 

Ditto 



Penpont 

Keir 

Glencairn 

Clofeburn 

Tynron 

Kirkconnei 

Durrefdier 

Morton 

anquhar > 



966 

771 

1700 
1405 
563 
1096 
1148 

?35°j 



18. Penpont Presbyh 
John Nevifon 

James Keydin 
John Brown 
And. Yorftoun 
fames Willbn 
Ta. Richardfon 
John Williamfon 
David Smith 
Wm Ranken 



1). of Queenfberry 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Menteith, Clofeburn 

D. of Queeniberry 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Di rto 



IV. SYNOD cf GALLOWAY— 19. 



Wigton 

Sorby 

Kirkeowen 

Mochrum 

Minnigaff 



1475 
1 09 j 
787 
11 13 
1609 



Kirkmabrecki 21 2 
Penningham 2569 
Whithorn 190,} 
Glaferton 860 
Kirkinner 1 160 
— Ml : 



eter Young 
E. W. Davidfon 
Anth. Stewart, M. 
John Steven 
'' G. Maitland 
ohn Sibbald 
"ames Black 



faac Davidfon 
ames Laiug 



John Grnhi 



IVigion Presbytery. 
Earl of Galloway 
Crown 

Agnew, Shewchan 
Crown 
Ditto 

Ditto and Barholm 
Earl of Galloway 
Crown 
Ditto 
Agnew, Shewchan 



137 



So. Stranraer Pres 


bytery. 


Stranraer i722J[ohn Coulter, d. 


d. Crown 


Ballantrae 837IW111 Donaldfon 


Sir H. Dalrymple 


Kirkholm 1 191 William Roic 


Earl of Galloway 


-itonnykirk iS^jHenry Blain 


Crown & M'Dowal, 


Old Luce 1221 Wm. Learmont 


Crown (Garthland 


Colmonell xmojjames Mochrie 
nch 1577 Peter Ferguffbn 


Sir H. Dalrymple 


Crown 


Sirkmaiden 1613,'Thomas Young 


Earl of Stair 


Lefwalt tfrtyAnd, M'Cubbia 


Crown 


New Luce 368JP. M'Msfter 


Ditto 


Pott Patrick io6ojjohn M'Kenzie, d 


. n. Sir D. Hunter-Blair 


21. Kirkcudbright Ft 


eshytery. 


Kirkcudbri. 2380 


Robert Mutter, d 


d. Crown 


Kelton 1905 


John M'Lellan 


Ditto 


derrick 11 66 


James Thomfon 


Ditto 


Buittle 863 


Alex. Crosbie 


Ditto 


[ rofomichael 772 


John Tohnftone 


Gordon of Greenlaw 


Dairy 13&4 


Alex . "jXl* G wan 


Sir J. Heron Maxwel' 


Ballmaclellan 554 


James Thomfon 


Crown 


Borgue 820 


Samuel Smith 


Ditto (wek 


Carfphairn 461 


Henry Currie 


Do & Sir J. H. Max- 


Girthon 1730 


Robert Gordon 


Ditto 


Fwynholm 620 


John Wiiliamfon 


E. Selkirk (tour 


Partoun 426iJames Rae 


Glendinning of Par- 


Sells 778 Wfii Gilieipie 


Gordon of Kenmure 


Balmaghie 862J — Henderibn 


Gordon, Balmaghie 


Tongland 636jThos Brown 


Crown (nek. 


Anworth 6371 


Maxwell of Cardo- 


V. SYNOD of GLASGOW an& AYR. 


22. Hamilton Pres 


'>ytery. 


Hanson 5 f f^fe* 


' Duke of Hamilton 

. u. 


Blantyre 1 751 Henry Stcvenfon 


Lord Blantyre 


Cambuflang 1558 fames Meek, p. d. 


Duke of Hamilton 


Stfathaven go^rfohn Scott 


Ditto ' 


Oldmonkk 4006 John Bower 


Parifh 


Kilbride 233c 


James French 


Crown 


Camhufueth. 1972 


Arch. Livingfton 


Lockhart, Ctftldiill 


Dakiel 6x1 


James Claufcn. 


Hamilton of Dalzel 


Newmonkl. 3560 


James Begg 


Parifh 


Stonehoufe 1259 


Daniel Wilkie 


Lockhart, Caftlehill 


Daiferf noo 


Tames Craig 


Duke of Hamilton 


Glaf'sford 9^3 Pat. Macbeth 


LadyM.Montgomery 


Butiiwcll 3017 Math ew Gardner 


Duke of Hamilton 


Shot* 2127! James Hamilton 


Ditto j 
. — * — . ...-^ 1 — .» 



t& 



Irvine 

Killbride 

Kilbirnie 

Kilmaurs 

Ardroffan 

Fenwick 

Largs 

Bcith 

Stewarton 



23, Irvine Presbytery. 



4584' J a. Henderfon 
795 Alex. Oughterfon 
9C9 Rob. Urquhart 
12&8J0. Roxburgh 
i846ijohn Duncan 
1280 Wm. Boyd 
i36i|john Mitchell, M. 1 
3 1 03', Robert M'Vey 
265-ljames Douglas 



Kilmarnock 8 

Dairy 

Dunlop 

Loudon 

Stevenfton 

Cimbraes 

Dreg horn 

Kilwinning 



, fjas. M'Kinlay 
79 (j. Gilchrift 



4121 

808 

2308 

506 
762 



John Thomfon 
Tho. Brifbane 
Arch. Laurie 
Ja. Woodrow d.d. 
Ja. Adam 
A. Haldane 



27ooJames Steven 



E. Eglintoune 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Lady M.Montgomery 

Ditto 

Earl of Glafgow 

E. Eglintoune 

Ditto (fhaw 

Cunningham, Lain- 

Marq. of Titchfield 

Ditto 

Laird of Blair 

E. Eglintoune ■ 

Countefs of Loudon 

Grange <k Auchin- 

E. Glafgow (hervie 

LadyM.Montgomery 

E. Eglintoune 



PaifleyTo. 17026 

Abbay par. 14153 

Greenock 17458 

Port-Glafg. 3865 
Renfrew 
Erfkine 
eilfton 



24. Paisley P, 
Colin Gilliei 
\ John Finlay 



f Colin Gillies ~\ 
{ John Finlay y 
[_ |on. RankineJ 



bytery. 

Town Council 



2031 

847 

3796 

Kilimalcolm 1130 



4 



Kilbarchan 

[nnerkip 

Killallan 

Lochwinno. 

Mearns 

Eaftwood 

Inchinnan 



375* 
1367 
I034 
2955 
1714 
5375 
462 



("Robert Boog 
j \ Jame.? Smith 
f Robert Steel 
I John Scott, D. 
John Forreft 
Th-mas Burns 
Walter Young, D. D. 
Alex. Fleeming 
John Brown 
Robt. Douglas 
Tho. Brown 
John Monteath 
James Crawford 
G. M c Latchie 
George Logan 
W. Richardion 



Marq. of Abercom 
Ditto 

Sir J. Shaw Stewart 

City of Glafgow 
Crown 

Lord Blantyre 
Speirs of Eiderflie 
M'lver of Parklee 
M'D o wall, Milliken 
bir J. S.Stewart 
Elderfly & Baruchan 
M-DowaIl,Garthland 
Sir J. Shaw Stewart 
Sir John Maxwell 
Campbell of BIythfw, 



25. Ayr Presbytery. 
£W Dalrymple/D.b". Crown 
Ditto 



Ayr 5492j lRob . AuId 

Ochiltree i3o8;W Thomfon 

Dundonald 1240, Rob. Duncan d. d. 

tair 663 j Alex. Small 

Girvan 2260 Vacant 

arbolton i766|John Ritchie 



A. Don,}, of Newton 

E. Eglintoune 

Earl of Stair 

Crown 

E. Ecrlintoune 



1 746 1 John Tod Countefs of .Loudon 

742JStephen Young Crown 

840 David Schaw, d. d. Ditto 
1026 Wm. Anderfon Ditto 

2560 Wm Rutherford, d.d. Countefs of Loudon 
1 67 9! J amcs Inglis Crown 

2606 Lewis Balfour Somerviljeof FlamiltonFarm 



Mauchlin 

Barr 

Coylton 

Straiten 

Muirkirk 

Kirkcfwald 

Sorn 

Auchinleck 

Mayboie 

Dalrymple 

Galfton 

Daily 

Monktcn 

New Cumn 

Riccartcn 

Symmington 



1214 
3162 

5*4 
2139 
1621 

986 
1200 
1364 

668 



Damellington 7 
St Quivox 20 
Craigie 

Ku-kmiclia.el 169 
Old Cumn. 1798 
Newton 1724 



John Lindfay 
James Wright, D. p. 
Robert Steven 
George Smith, d. d. 
Cha. Cuningham 
A. Mitchell, d. d. 
W illiani Reid 
John Moodie 
T. S. Wharrie 
Gilbert M'Kilvcen ■• 
W. Macquae, d. d. 
John Stirling 
David Kennedy 
Thomas Miller, p. D. 
W. Peebles, d. d. 



Bofvvell, Auchipleck 

Crown 

Ditto 

Marq. of Titchfield 

Crown 

Reid of Adamton 

Earl of Dumfries 

Sir W CunHinghame 

LadyMMontgomerie 

Crown 

Oiwald,Auchiiicruive 

Campbell of Craigie 

Crown 

Earl of Dumfries 

Parifti 



pariih 

W. par. 
5 North par. 
N. W. par. 
Eaftparifh 1 
Welt par. ( 
Mid. par. M 
St Enoch £ 
Barony par I ® 
Gorbals J 
Rutherglen 2437 
Cumbernaukii795 
Carmunnock 701 
C alder 21 2d 

Campfie 2906 
Govan 6701 

iKirkintilloC.h32.10 
JKilfyth 1762 

jCathcart 1 0.59 
lEaglefham 1176 



26. Glasgow Presbyttry. 
John Lockhart, d. d. Town Council 
Steveinon Macgil,D.D. Ditto 
Wm. Taylor, sen', d.d. Crown 
Alex. -Rankitn, d. d. Town Council 
Robert Balfour, d. d. Ditto 



W. Porteous, d. d. 
Gavin Gib, d. d. 
Wm. TayIor,jV». ». 
John Burns, d. d. 
tames M'Lean 
John Dick 
David Davidfon 
Adam Foreman 
Archibald Proven 
James Lapflie 
John Pollock 
James Jack 
Robert Rannie p. P 
David Dov/ 
William Finlay 



Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Crown 

Pariih . 

Town Council 

Lord Elphinftone 

Sir John Stewart 

Heritors 

Crown 

EJniverfity of Glafg. 

Lord Elphinftone 

Crown 

Rae of Aikenhead 

Earl of EuKntoune 



[Lanark 
I Car ftairs 
IWiftoun & 
JRobrrtm'n 



4692; 
899 

757 



27. Lanark Presbytery. 
William Menzies Crown 
James Finlayfon Fullerton of Carftairs 

Charles Wood Crown &L. Douglas 



jCarmichael 832; Robert Inglis 
iCrawfordjohn 7 12; John Aird 
jCarnwath 2680 George Mark 
: Crawford 1671 

Carluke 1756 

Pittenain 430 



Lefmahagoe 3070 



John Rofs 
James Scott 
Wm Lamb 
f James Hall 
1 John Wilfon 



Earl of Hyndford 
Mr Colebrooke 
Lockhart of Lee 
Crown 

Lockhart of Lee 
Earl of Hyndford 

Duke of Hamilton 



Douglas i73ojWiliiam M'Cubbin Lord Douglas 



i 
iDunbarton 

'Lufs 

iCardrofs 

•New Kilpat. 

Kilmaronock 

'•Drymen 

JBaldernock 

iOld Kirkpat. 

Buckarman 

{Balfron 

iRow 

Rofeneath 

•Arroquhar 

JFintry 

jBonhill 

|Kiilcairn 

;Strathblane 



28. Dunbarton Presbytery. 
2541 'James Oliphant Town Council 

953Jjohn Stuart, d. d. 
2549'Arch. Wilfon 
i7oo|George Simm 

879'Andrew White 



i6o8puncanM'Farlane,CD. Crown 



Sir James Colquhoun 

Crown 

Duke of Montrofe 

Campbell of Stonefiejd 



796iJohn M'Ewen 
2452 J William Macartney 

748,William Freeland 
1634 James Jeffreys 

970 John Allan 



Ditto 
Lord Blantyre 
Duke of Montrofe 
Earl of Kinnoull 
Duke of Argyll 



632.Geo. Drummond, D.D.Ditto 

470 Jchn Gillefpie Sir James Colquhoun 



95* 



:o39 

7341 



James Graham 



2460 Wm. M'Gregor 



James Grahame 



Duke of Montrofe 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 



VI. SYNOD of PERTH and STIRLING.— 29. Dunted Presb. 

Dunkeid nSjiAlexander Niven DukeofAtholl 

Lit. Dunkeid 2705 Alex. Irvine 

Moulin i9o8:David Duff 

Killin 2o48iHugh M'Dougal 

Blair in Athol 2848 Jo. Stewart 

Kinclaven 1035 Robert Keay 

1585 Michael Stirling 
913 William M'Ritchie 

3346 Colin M'Vean 

2097 William Innerarity 

3875 Rob. M'Donald 



Cargill 

Clunie 

Kenmuir 

Caputh 

Fortingale 

Logie Rait 

Lethendie 

Rattrie 



2890TI10. Menzies 



345 
880 



Auchtergav. 17 

Kirkmichael 2200 
Dull 405.1 

jWeem 
Kinloeh 



Laurence Butter 
James Smith 

{William Chalmers 
R.S.Walker,4^?. 
Allan Steuart 
Archibald Menzies 
i337JJames M'Diarmid 

*^7 

141 



Crown 

Duke of Atholl 
Earl of Breadalbane 
D. of Atholl 
Richardfon of Pitfour 
Crown "(Airley 

D. Atholl oc Ogilvie. 

E. Breadalbane 
Crown 

D.AtholljSirR. Men- 
Ditto (zies 
Crown 
Earl of Kinnoull 

Crown , , 

(cauld 

Farquharfon, Inver 

Crown 

Sir Rob. Menzies 

Crown 



Perth 

Methven 
Aberdalgie 

ollace 



14, 



30. Perth Presbytery. 
1 f A.Thomfon, D.M'Kenzie, 1 Magiftrat.es 
J I W.Thomfon,&JohnFinlay. J & Council. 
2037j|ohn Dowe Smyth of Methven 

542 William Garvie Crown &E. Kinnoull 

r > J T William M'Leifh n _„ 
56i jlJ. Rogers, Assist. Cr0Wn 
Forgandcnny 9i6|John Willifon Ditto 

David Ban ncrman /-, 
W. Conftable, As. &iS Crown &E.Mansfi t 

Lewis Dunbar Earl of Kinnoull 

Thomas Kennedy 
William Duncan 
William Lane: 



St Martins "In; 

Kinnoul 
St Madois 
Aber'nethy 

Arngafk 

Forteviot 



Scoon 

lirrol 

Moneidy 

Dron 

Dunbarny 

Kilfpindie 

Rhynd 

Tippermuir 

Rcdgorton 

Kinfauns 



19^7 
29j 

1855 
554 

786 
1670 
*(>5Z 
"57 

418 
1066 

762 

40 
1306 
2009 



Wm Henderfon 

William Aitlcen 
David Dow 
Jas. Somerville 
Alex. Ifdale 
James Beatfon 
Anthony Dow, d. 
William Taylor 
Thomas Taylor 
David Moncrieff 



646'John Duff 



Richardfon of Pitfour 
Earl of Mansfield 
Dow of Fordel 
fUn.CoLofStAndr. 
1 & Belches of Inner. 
Earl of Mansfield 
Alien of Errol 
Crown 
Ditto 

City of Edinburgh 
Robcrtfon, Kilfpindie 
Ofvvald of Scotftoun 
Crown 

Earl of Mansfield 
Ditto 



31. Auchterarder Pt 
Auchterarderi670 Charles Stewart 



Monivaird 

Muckart 

Glendovan 

Blackfurd 

Madderty 

Fofsway 

Comrie 



641 

53* 
149 



Colin Baxter 
Andrew Gibfon 
John Brown 



i52o : jobn Steyenfofl 

oeoljames Ramfay 

*5°5 



George Graham 
2458 Pat. M'lfaac 
Crieff 2876 Robert Stirling 

Monzie 1157 Samuel Cameron 

Galk 601 Charles Anderfon 

Muthil 2880 John Scott 

Foulis 1224 John Murray 

Dunning l^o^jtohn Baird 
Trinity Gafk 769ljames Brough 



esbytery. 

Earl of Kinnoull 

Ditto and Crcwn 

Crown 

Ditto 

Moray of Abercairny 

Earl of Kinnoull 

Graham of Kinrofs 

Crown & E. Kinnoul] 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Moray of Abercairny 

Earl o't Kinnoull 

Ditto 



Stirling 5256 

St Ninians 6849 
Gargunnock 954 
Claekmanan 2961 



32. Stirling Pr 
f J. Sommexvile 
"[John Ruilcll 
Win Sherriff 
Geo. Chriftiefon 
Robert Moodie, 

14T 



•sbytery. 

D ' D ' The Town 

Parifh 

Edington of Gargunn 
d. d. Lord Dundas 



Larbart 3269 


Robert Knox 


Crown 


Dollar 69.; 


John Watfon 


Crawford Tait, Efq. 


Alloa 5214 Tames Maxton 


Crown 


Alva 787jtohn M'Gachen 


Johnfton of Alva 


Airth 1855 Robert Ure 


Graham of Airth 


Bothkennar 796 John Caw . 


Ditto 


Denny 2033 John Dempftef 


Crown 


33, Dunblane Presbytery. 


Dunblane 2619 


Robert Stirling 


Crown 


Balqu bidder 1377 


Alex. M'Grigor 


Sir To. Murray 
Stirling of Keir 


Lecropt 508 


John Muir 


Aberfoyle '711 


Patrick Graham, D 


D.Duke of Montrofe 


Kippen 1777 


Peter Macfarlane 


Erfldne of Cardrofs 


Kilmadock 3044 


Patrick Murray 


Hon. MrsDrummond 


Tulliallan 2800 


David Simpfen 


Lord Keith 


Logic 1495 


Robt Clafon 


Earl of Dunmore 


Tillicoultry 216 


H. Anderson 


Glafsford of Tillicoultry 


Callender 2282 


James Robertfon,D 


. D.Hon. Mrs Drummond 


Kincardine 2212 


Chr. Tait 


Ditto 


Port 1569 


William Stirling 


Erfldne of Cardrofs 


VII. SYNOD of FIFE.— 34. Kirkcaldy Pesbytefy. 


Kirkcaldie 3248 


John Martin 
James Greig 


Crown 


Ballingray 277 


Sime of Lochore 


Bruntifland 1530 


James Wemyfs 


Crown 


Auchterder. 1045 


Andrew Murray 


Lord Balmuto 


Portmoak 1151 


Hugh Laird 


Graham of Kinrofs 


Weems 3264 


George Gib 


City of Edinburgh ! 


Auchtertsul 396 


Dav. Guild 


Earl of Moray 


Kennoway 1466 


Patrick Wright 


Crown 


Markinch 3130 


Geo. Wright 


Ditto 


Dyfart 5385 


f George Muirhead Earl of Rofslyn 
I Ditto 


Kinghorn 2508 


Adam Paterion 


Earl of Strathmorc 


Leflie 1609 


Cristopher Greig 


Countefs of Rothes 


(Bcoonie 1681 


David Swan, d. d. 


Crown 


Abbotihall 2501 


George Shaw 


Fergufon of Raith 


Kingiaffie 908 


James Reid 


Countefs of P_othes 


75. Dunfermline Pi 


■esbytery. 


jM^^tfp^ar 


Crown 
Ditto 


Saline 945 1 William Forfar 


Ditto 

Graham of Kinrofs 


Kinrofs 2124JG. Craig Buchanan 


Inverkeithing222i5i Andrew Robertfon 


Sir Wm Erfldne 


Dalgety 89o|John Scott 
Cleifli fczjiWiiliam Dalling. 


Earl of Moray 


Graham of Kinrofs 1 
Ditto 


Orwell 2o36!Patrick Spence 


Carnoch 6{?o|Alex. Thuftilon 


Erfldne of Carnock i 



Mi 



Aberdour 


12,6c 


Wm Bryce 


E. Morton 


Culrofs 


1502 


J" Robert Rolland 
I Wal. Macalpine 


Laird of Culrofs 
Ditto 


Bcath 


613 


James Hutton 


E. Moray 


Toryburn 


1403 




Difputefl. 




36. Cupar Presbytery. 


Cupar 


4463 


f G. Campbell, d. 
\ Laur. Adamfon 


d. Crown 
Ditto 


Kettle 


1889 


Peter Barclay 


Ditto 


Balmerino 


786 


And, Thompfon 


Ditto 


Dunboig 


232 


James Keyden 
Robert Thomas 


Ditto 


Abdie 
Flifk 


723 


Earl of Mansfield 


300 


Wm. Gourlay 


Lord Dundas 


Strathmiglo 


1629 


Geo. Bennet 


Earl of Mansfield 


•Creigh 


405 


M. Greenlaw, d. d. 


Baillie of Parbroath 


Monymeal 


I066 


Sam. Martin, 0. d. 


E. of Leven 


Cults 


699 


David Wilkie 


Un. Col. of St Andr. 


Coleffie 


930 


Andrew Walker 


Tohnfton of Lathrifk 
Leys & E. Mansfield 


Newburgh 


1936 


Tho. Stewart, d. d. 


Kilmeny 


787 


Thos. Chalmers 


Un. Col. of St Andr. 


Auchtermu. 


2060 


James Lifter 


Moncrieffe of Myers. 


Logie 


339 


And. Melville 


Crown 


Dairfie 


55° 


Ro. Macculloch 


E. of Elgin 


Moonzie 


2ot 


Alex. Kydd 


LadyM. Crawford 


Ceres 


2352 


{of. Creichtcn 


Ditto 


Falkland 


22IIj 


Geo. Buist 


Sandilands of Nuthill 




37. 57 Andrew s Pre 


Iiytery. 


St Andr. " 


-4J66 


j Geo. Hill, d.d. 


Crown 
Town 


St Leonar. 




Ja. Plavfair, n. v>. 
Robert' Wilfon 


Crown 


Anft. Eafler 


969 


Sir John Anftruther 


Anft. Welter 296 


And. Carftalrs 


Ditto 


Crail " 


1652 


And. Bell 


Lady M. Crawford 


Pitfenweem 


1072 


Tames Nairn 


Sir John Anftruther 


Kilrenny 


1043 Tames Forrefter 


Ditto 


Leuchars 


1687 David Watfbn 


Crown 


Kembach 


626 


Ja. M'Donald 


United Col. St Andr. 


Kilconquhar 


2005 


Alex. Small 


E. Balcarras 


Kingfbarns 


832 




Lady Mary Crawford 


Denino 


326 


Tames Roger 


United Col. St Andr. 


Carnbee 


1083 


Jof. Taylor 


. Earl of Kellie 


Cameron 


1095 


Thorn. Adamfon 


Crown 


Ferry 


920 


Dav. Williamfon 


Ditto 


Forgan 


916 


Alex. Maule 


Ditto 


EUie 


780 


James Clerk 
Spence Oliphant 


Sir John Anftruthrer 
Durham of Largo 


Largo 


1867 


Newburn 


412 


Tho. I^aurie 


Halket of Lawhill 


St Monance 


522 


Rob, Swan 


Crown 



144 



V ill. SYNOD of ANGUS andMBAR.} 



Forfar 

Inverarity 

Kirriniuir 

Oathlaw 

Glammis 

Kinnettles 

ICortachie 

Aberlemno 

Dunnichcn 

Refcobie 

Tannadicc 



516 <n John Bruce 
82b 

4 421 David Csnnan 
384 Lewis Littlejohn 

1931 James Lyon 
567 Robert Lunan 
906 Wm. Ramfay 
94;] Janr?s Mitchell 

1049 Tames Headrick 
870 

1375 John Buift 



*S:— 38 Forfar Presb 

Crown 

Fotheringham,Powrie 

Lord Douglas 
Carnegy of Finhaven 
E. Strathmore 
Crown 

Ogilvie of Airly 
Crown &. Smyth of 
Crown [Methven 
Earl of Strathmore 
Col. of St Andrews 



Dundee 26,084 



Inchture 



949 



39. Jjundee Presbyt 
f Ar. M'Lachlan S 
I d. n. ] 

^ David Davidfon b. 

Pat. M'Vicar | 
^JamesThomfonJ 
Alex. Davie 



Mains &Str. 1442'Francis Nicoll.D. 

Kinnaird 455sDavid Spence 

Monikie i2'3<5;Wm. Maule 

Longforgan i509JAdam Cairns 

Auchtcrhoufe 6j3.George Addiibn 

Lift & Benviei79o r 

Monyfieth 1407 

Abernyte 271 

Murroes 462 " 

Tealing 755 Walter Tait 

Lund.&Fowlis643|Thos Raitt 



rho. Conftable 
Wm. Tohnftone 
Ta. Wilson 



ery. 
Town Council 



Crown 

Do & Strathmartine 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ogiivy of Clova 

L. Gray and Crown 

Hon. Wm. Maule 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Vifcount Duncan 



Brechin 
Montrofe 



5466 



Marytown 
Fern 

Menmuir 
Lethnot 

Strickathrow 593 
Edzel 1012 



7974 
596 
443 
949 

489 



40. Brechin Presbytery. 

{James Burns Crown 

Geo. Whitson 
TAlex. Mollefon 
\ James Eifdale 
Aiex. Fergufon 
David Harris 
John Wauch 



Lochlee 

Farnwell 

Dun 

Carraldftone 

Craig 

Logie-Pert. 

JT — 



541 
620 

651 



I^2b 



Robert Hanah 
\ndrcw Hutton 
David Inglis 
James Wilfon 
William Burns 



229 David Lvell 



James Brewfter 



8oo|Alexander Peter 



Ditto 

Ditto 

Town 

Crown 

Ditto 

Erfkine of Dun 

Crown 

Ditto & Earl Kintore 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Erfkine of Dun 

Skene of Skene 

College of St Andr. 

Crown and ditto' 



145 



41. Meigle Presbytery. 


Meigle 940lJ. Mitchell Crown 


Lentrathan 9 if 


) Alex. Thomfon Ogilvy of Clova 


Alyth &J3< 


> Colin Symers Crown 


Cupar- Angus24i( 


>John Halket Ditto 
James Stormont E. Strathmore 


Airly 1041 


Bendochy 86c 


James Playfair Crown 
Wm Haldane Ditto 


Kingoldrum 577 


Erne & Nevy 638 


James Miller Hn. J. S. Mackenzie 
D. Symers Crown 


Kettins 1207 


IRuthven 211 


Pat. M'Laren Crown 


Glenifla 1018 


And. Burns Ditto (Lindfay 


Blairgowrie 1914 


Ta. Tohnfon Col.M'Pherfon&Col 


Newtylc 78i i Thomas Bartic Hn. Ja. S. Mackenzie 


42. Aberbrothock Presbytery. 


Aberbroth. 4943jGeorge Gleg Crown 


Carmylie 892 Patrick Brycc Ditto 


Bairie 886 


David Syme Ditto 


Lunan 318 


John Gowans Ditto 
David 'Frail Ditto 


:Panbride 1583 


Kirkden 670 


Wm. Millegan Ditto 


Guthrie 501 


James Will Guthrie of Guthrie 
John Aitken Crown 


St Vigians 4143 


Kinnell 783 


Alex. Ciiapline Ditto 


Invcrkilor 1794 


John Carncgy Ditto 
Rich. Watfon Ditto 


Arbirlot 1.030 


43. Fordaun Presbytery. 


Fordoun %%%% 


Ja.Leflie, Crown 


Fetter cairn 1794 


Rob. Foote Ditto 


Kirnitif 937 


Pat. Stewart Ditto 


Marykirk 1530 


James Shand Crombie of Phefdo 


Arbuthnot 942 


John Shank Vifcouut Arbuchnott 


Dunnotar 1973 


fames Walker Crown 
Rob. Croll Ditto 


Bervie 1068 


Garvock 468 


J Smith, J.G\ettmeAst Ditto 


Eenholm 1412 


iL„ « a„*~ f Scott of Benholm & 
James Scott { Scott of Brotherton 


Glenbervie 1204 


Alexander Thorn Nicolfon, Glenbervie 


Ecclefgreig 1622 


fames 1 rail Crown 


Laurencekirk 1 215 


George Cook, N. Col. St Andrews 


Fettereffo 36S7 


Geo. Thomfon Crown 


IX. SYNOD C /ABERDEEN. 


44. Kincardine- Ouiel Presbytery. 
Kincardine i7iojJohn Rogers bir Wm. Forbes 
[Coldftone 861IR. Farquharfon Crown 
Tlirfe i266|Jofeph Smi'Ji Ditto 



146 



Coul 


5791 Alex. Brown 


Sir Wm. Forbes 


Banchory 1 


\6$\ James Gregory 


Sir R. Burnet of Leys 


CI uny 


$21 Alex. Mearns 


Crown & Cluny 


C rat hie i 


876! Ch. Machardy 


Crown 


|cht 


972! Alex. Henderlon 


Earl Fife 


Boyne 


ji6iTho. Gordon, 
jo 1 -Geo. Brown 


Earl of Aboyne 


Glcnmuick I 


Ditto 


Midmar 


803IJ0. Ogilvie, d. n. 


Sir W. For. & Crown 


Lumphannan 


614 William Shand 


Sir Wm. Forbes 


Strachan 


730 1 James Bryce 


Ruffeil of Blackball 


Tarland 


522JAnd. Watfon 


Crown 




45. Aberdeen Presbj 


fcry. 


"■ 




f Jas Sheriffs, d. d. 


1 

" LTown Council 

•J 


Aberdeen 


5C 


.' Geo Gordon, d.d 
j femes Roi's 
LW. L. Broivn,D.n 


Old Aberd. 


c< 


T Skene Opilvv, d. 
1 Alex. Walker 


D - E. Fife 


New Machar 


9::' 


Alex. Simplbn 


Ditto 


Skene I 


I40 


jas. Hogg, d. d. 


Skene of Skene 


Banchory i 
Finny 


55; 


George Morrifon 


Crown 


6X 


John Leflie 
Wm Paul 


Sir Wm. Forbes 


Maryculter 


710 


Duff of Fettereffo 


Kinneller 


"09 


Gavin Mitchell, 


Farl of Kintore 


Durris 


605 


Wm. Strachan 


E. Peterborough 


Drumoak 


648 


Jas. Frafer, d. n. 


Irvine of Drum 


Bellhelvie i 


4:8 


Alex. J. Forfyth 


Crown 


Peterculter 


871 


George Mark 


Duff of Fettereffo 


Nigg i 


143 


Dav. Cruden , d. d. 


Crown 


Newhills i 


3° 5 


George Allan 


Earl of Fife 


Dyce 


347 


Wm. Wilfon 


Laird of Dyce 




46- Garioch Presbytery. 


Chapel Gar. ] 


224 


Alex. Smith 


Horn of Logie 


Monymufk 


901 


Alex. Duff 


Crown 


Oyne 


5 lb 


Alex. Cufhney 


Knight of Pittodry 


Infch 


7S9 


George Daun 


Sir Wm. Forbes 


Daviot 


644 


Robert Shepherd 


Crown 


Keith-hall 


833 


G. Skene-Keith, d. 


D. Earl of Kintore 


Rayne j 
Leflie 


228 


Pat. Davidfon 


Crown 


367 


David Dunbar 


Hay of Rannes 


OldMeldr. j 


584 


James Likely 
William Smith" 


Urquhart, Meldrum 


Bourtie 


443 


Crown 


Prenmay 


486 


Tames Douglas 
Pat. Mitchell, d. d 


Hay of Rannes 
E. Kintore 


Kemnay 


383 


Kintore 


86i 


John Shand 
R. Leffel 


Ditto 


Inverury 


783 


Ditto 


ICulialmond 


730 


Ferdinand Ellis 


Sir Wm. Forbes 


Nj 




M7 







47. Aljora Presbyt 


ery. 


Alford 


644 


Tho. Birnie 


Crown 


Kinnethmont 784 


George Minty, 


Hay of Rannes 


Towie 




Robert Leith 


Leith of Frcefield 


Keig 


379 


A. Smith 


Crown 


Strathdon 


1354 




Crown 


Kildrummy 


430 




Ditto 


Tillynefsle 


33° 


Andrew Marfhall 


E. Fife 


Clatt 


433 


f Robert Findlay. 
|_W Gordon Assist 


£ Crown 


Forb. 8c Kearn4i3 


Be ij Mereer 


Earl of Fife 


Glenbucket 


42c 


Robert Scott 


Crown 


Leochel 


888 


Geo. Anderfon 


f Sir Wm. Forbes & 
\ Laird of Cufhney 


Tough 


629 


Alex. Urquhart 


Sir Wm. Forbes 


Cabrach 


684 


John Gordon 


D. Gordon 


Auchenored 


53a James Reid 


E. Fife 




48. Ellon Presbytery. 


Ellon 


2022 


Thomas Tait 


Gordon of Ellon 


Foveran 


1 391 


William Duff 


Crown 


Logie 


539 


Wm. Paterfon 


Auchmacoy 


Cruden 


1934 


Alex. Cock 


E. Errol 


Methlick 


121.C 


Lewis Grant 


E. Aberdeen 


Slains 


.970 


George Pirie 


Sir John Callander 
E. Aberdeen 


Tarves 


1756 


Duncan Mearns 


Udny 


1242 


John Rofe 


Udny of Udny 




49. Fordyce Presbytery. 


Fordice 


mi 


Alex. Humphry 


E. Findlater 


Banff 


3572 


Aberc. Gordon 


Ditto 


Cullen 


1076 




Ditto 


Defkford 


610 


Wm. Chalmers 


Ditto 


Rathven 


3901 


Geo. Donaldfon 


Hay of Rannes 


Boyndie 


1122 


Alex. Milne 


E. Findlater 


Ordiquhill 


5IO 


Alex. Gray 


Ditto 




50. Tureff Presbytery. 


Turreff 


2090J Wm. Stuart 


Earl of Fife 


Monwhitter 


1710 Alex. Tohnfton 
3052'Tho. Wilfon 


Ditto 


Gamry 


Garden of Troup 


Forgue 


1768 Alex Allardice 


Morifon of Bognie 


Alva 


1057 


Tames Sangfter 


Sir G. Abercrombie 


Fyvic 


2391 


John Falconer 


Gordon of Fyvie 


Forglen 


605 


Lawrence Moyfe 


Sir G. Abercromby 


Kir.gedwarc 


172:3 


Robert Duff 


Crown 


Drumblait 


821 


Robert Gordon 


Earl of Kin tore 


fnverkeithnie .50,5 


John Milne 


Morifon of Bognie 


Auchtcrlefs 


1 1 29 (Alex. Rofe 


Crown 



148 



Deer 

New Deer 

Rathen 

Longfide 

St Fergus 

Crimond 

Strichen 

Lonmay 

Fraferfburgh 

Tyrie 

Peterhead 

Aberdour 

Pitfligo 



51. L)e?r Presbytery. 



355* 
2984 
1558 
1825 
1270 
862 



John Craigie 
Hugh Taylor 
Wm. Cock 
Wm. Greig 
Wm. Andcrfon 
Wm. Bovd 



1 520' Alex. simple 



1607 

aaij 

1044 

4491 
1304 

I2J6 



Hugh Shearer 
Alex. Simpfon 
William Frafer 
George Moir, M. D. 
And. Youngfon 
Alex. Farquhar 



Crown 

Crown 

Lord Salton 

Crown 

Ditto 

E. Fife 

Frafer of Strichen 

Gordon of Buthlaw 

Lord Salton 

Ditto 

Crown 

Gordon of Aberdour 

Crown 



Huntlr 

Bortriphni 

Rothiemay 

Keith 

Mortlach 

Cairnie 

Grange 

Rhynie 

"lafs 

Marnoch 

Bellie 

Gartly 



2863 

589 
1061 



X. SYNOD of MORAY. 

52. Strathbngie Presbytery. 

D. Gordon 



Go. Rofs Munro 
Alex. Angus 
fames Simmie 



3284 tames Maclean 
Morris Fori'yth 
John Finliter 
Francis Forbes 
James Milne 
John Cruickfhanlc 
Wm. Stronacn 
Tames Gordon 
James Scott 



1876 
1561 

1529 
676 

793 
1687 
1802 

958 



Earl of Fife 

Ditto 

Sir William Forbes 

Crown 

D. Gordon, & E. Fife 

Sir William Forbe; 

Duke of Gordon 

Ditto 

Earl of Fife 

Duke of Gordon 

Crown 



S3- Abernetby Pre 
Abernethy i769john Grant 
Kingufie 19 83 J. Andtrfon 
Kirkmichael i332|john Grant 
Alvic 1058 John Macdonald 

Cromdale 300c Grcgor Grant 
Duthill Hi", Patrick Grant 



bytery. 

Sir James Grant 
Duke of Gordon 
Sir James Grant 
Duke of Gordon 
Sir James Grant 
Ditto 



54. Aberlour Presbytery. 
Aberlour 815 

Bohann& 1 ... 
Dundurcus j 1161 
Rothes 1521 

Llnveraven 2107 
pvnockando i432!Lauch. M'Pherson 



Alex. Wilfon 

Pat. Forbes 

G. Cruickfhanks 



Earl of Fife 

Ditto and Crown 

F. of Findlater 
Sir James Grant 
Ditto 



Forres 
Dyke 
Kinlofs 

8 3 



55. Forres Presbytery. 
298/lJohn M'Donnell Earl of Moray 

1527 David Brichan, d. D. Crown & Grant, Moy 
1 031/ John Hoyes F.Mo ray gc Lethan 



149 



Rafford 


io72|Vv r m Stephen Brodie of Lethen 


Edinkillie 


l8ool l'ho. Macfarlane Earl of Moray 


Delias 


8881 Richard Rofe dimming of Altyre 




l6. Elgin Presbytery. 






j~ Wm. Gordon " Crown 


Elgin 


4534 


1 John Grant Ditto 


St Andrews 


799 


Wm. Leflie Ditto, and E. Moray 


Duffus 


1339 


John Gordon Sir Arch. Dunbar 
Wm M'Bain E. Moray 


Alves 


1040 


Birnie 


366 


David Baxter Ditto 


New Spynie 


843 


Alex. Brown D. Gordon (Altyre 


Speymouth 


1236 


James Gillan E. Moray, Camming, 
Lewis Gordon dimming of Altyre 


Drainie 


10} 7 


Urquhart 


1023 


Wm Gordon Earl of Fife 




57. Tiivernas Presbytery. 






Alex. Frafer Crown 


Invernefs 10,527 


Ai'-x. Role Frafer of Lovat 






Thos Frafer Crown 


Petty 


15^ 


William Smith E. Moray 


Dores 


1363 


John M'Killigan Lord Cawdor 


Daviot 


1697 


James M'Phail Crown and ditto 


Kiltarlity 


2J88 


Eayne, d.d. Frafer of Lovat 


Moy 


I813 


James Maciauchlan M'Intosh of Geddes 


Kirkhill 


157° 


Donald Frafer Frafer of Lovat 




58. Naif* Presbytery. 


Nairn 


22i8)Tohn Morifon 'Brodie of Brodie 


Ardclach 


1256 


Donald Mitchell Brodie of Lethen 


Croy 


155* 


Hugh Caider Kilrav. & L. Cawdor 


Auldearn 


1401 


John Patcrfon Brodie of Brodie 


Caider 


1179 


Alex. Grant Lord Cawdor 


Ardefier 


1041 


Pryce Campbell Ditto 


SYNOD of ROSS.— 59. Chanonry Presbytery. 


Rofemarkie 


1289 


Alex. Wood Crown 


Kilmuirwe 


I.180? 


Rod. Mackenzie Crown 


Kirkmichael 1234 


Rober Arthur Urquhart of Newhall 


Cromarty 


2208 


A M'Leod Crown 


Avoch 


1476 


James Smith Brodie of Lethen 


Killearnan 


1131 


Mackenzie,Cromarty 




60. Tain Presbytery. 


Tain 


. «77 


Angus M'lntQfh Crown 


Fearn 


15^8 


Hugh Rofs Crown 


Kilmuir-caft.1703 


John Mathifon "1 


Kincardine 


1865 


Alex. M'Bean £.Mackenzie,Cromarty 


Logie-eafter 1031 


John Rofs J 


Nigf 


1443 


Alex. M'Adam Crown 



150 



Eddertoan 


899jAlex. Munro 


M'Kenzie, Cromarty 


Tarbet 


i343|Wm Forbes 


Ditto & Urquhart of 


plofskcen 


2o74|Tho. Urquhart 


Ditto (Newhall 




6l. Dingivall Presbyi 


cry. 


Dingwall 


l4i8IAlex. Stewart 


Crown 


lUrray 


2083 Don. McDonald 


Crown 


Fodderty 


1730ID. M'Kenzie 


Mackenzie, Cromarty 


Contin 


1944I James Dallas 
29oi|Charlcs Calder 


Crown 


Urquhart 


Forbes of Culloden 


Kilmorack 


2318 Simon Frafer 


Frafer of Lovat 


Kilt earn 


1525 H. Robertfon, d. d. 


Crown 


Alnefs 


io72iFiecT:or Bethune 


Ditto 


XII. SYN( 


and CAITHNESS. 




62. Dornoch Presbyi 


ery. 


Dornoch 


23621 John Bethune 


-1 


Rogart 


2022^ Alex. Urquhart 




Lairg 


i209:iEneas Kennedy 


Ictfs of Sutherland 


Golfpie 


161c Wm. Kdth 




Loth 


1374 


Geo. Gordon" 


1 


Crcich 


1974 


George Renny 


Ditto and Crown. 


Kildonan 


1440 


Alex. Sage 


Ctfs of Sutherland 


Affint 


2395 


Wm. M'Kenzie 


Crown 


Clyne 


1643 


Walter Rofs 


Ditto 




63. Tongue Presby 


cry. 


Tongue 


i439j\Vm. M'Kenzie 


Crown 


Durnefs 


l2o8jJohn Thomfon 


Ditto 


Farr 


2408 Ja. Dingwall 


Ctfs of Sutherland 


Edrachilles 


1253! John M'Kenzie 


Crown 




64. Caithness Presbxtery. 


Latheron 


36i2|Robert Gun 


Sir John Sinclair 


Reay 


240^-JDav. M'Kay 


Crown 


Bower 


i572|Wm. Smith 


Sir John Sinclair 


Cannifby 


19861 Jas Smith 
i366iThomas Jollie 


Sinclair of Frefwick 


Dunnct 


Sir John Sinclair 


Thurfo 


3628 


Wm. M'fntofh 


Ditto 


Watten 


1246 


Alex. Gunn 


Ditto 


Olrig 


1 127 


Geo. M'Kenzie 


Sir John Sinclair 
Sir Benjamin Dunbar 


Wick 


3986 


Wm. Sutherland 


Halkirk 


2645 


John Cameron 


Crown 


SYNOD c/ARGYLE.— 6j 7^ 


jerary Presbytery. 


Inverary 


2081 


T Paul Frafer, d. d. 
LJas MacGibbon 


JD.Argyle 


N. Knapdal 


e 2401 


Arch. Campbell 


Crown 


S. Knapdalt 


1 1716 


Dan. Hyndman 


Ditto 


Craignifh 


904 


Francis Stewart 


D. Argyll 


Kilmichael 


2568 


Dug. Campbell 


Campbell, Knockbuy 


Kilmartin 


1501 Hugh Dewar 


D. Argyll 



IJ* 



Dunoon 1750 

KUmodan 502 

Kilfinnan 1432 
Lochgoilhead 63o 

Strachur 646 

Roth fay 403 a 

Kingrath 727 



Dunoon Presbytery. 

John Campbell D. of Argyle 
J. Macleod, d. d. 
Alex. M'Farlane 
Dug. Macdougal 
Cha. Stewart 



Crown 

Lamont of Lamont 
Sir Alex. Campbell 
Do. and Maclachlan of 

\rch. Maclea, r>. D. M. of Bute (Maclach. 

Ta. Thorburn Ditto 



Inverchallen 626 Hugh M'Tavifh Ditto 



Southend 1825 
Killean 254*) 

Kilcalmonill 2952 
Kilbride 2545 
Kilmorie 3259 
Gigha & Cara 5.56 
Kildalton 1990 

Campbelton 7093 

Jury 1202 

Saddle 1767 

Kilkhoman 2050 

Kiiarrow 4500 1 



67. Kintyrc Presbytery. 

Jo. M'Keich 
Don. M'Donald 
A. Campbell 
John Stewart 
Neil M'Bride 



Duke of Argylc 



Duke of Hamilton 

Ditto 

Malcolm M-Donald D. Argyle, & Macneil 
Arch. Robert fon Crown (of Gig; 

J" G. Robertfon, d. v.~\ 

Don.MNieol l> Duke of Argyle 

Dug. Crawford 
ohn Ma&dQi 

a. Macintoch 



I 

Crown 
Ditto 



Kilbrandon 
Kilchrenan 1 
& Dulavifh j 
Ardehattan 
Kilninver 
Glenorchy 
I iflmore 
Kilmore 



1124 

1478 
1 1 73 

IXII 

3526 
l%54 



Lorn Presbytery. 



Wm Fraftr 



h 



Geo. Campbell 

Don. Campbell 

joft-ph Macintyre Ditt 

John Stewart D. Argyle 

Pat. M'Donald Ditto 



Argylc 

Campbell of Lochnell 
Argyle 5c Breadalbane 



Torofay 

Morven 

i*-ee 

Ardnarr.urel-,. 

Kilfinichen 

Kiininian 



6q. MuH Presbytery. 



1764 
2083 
614 
4829 
3002 
1601 



Alex. Frafer 
Norm. Macleod 
Arch. M'Coll 
{. Patience 
Dug. Campbell 
A. Macarthur 



^D. Argyle 
Crown 

JD.Argyle 



XIV. SYNOD of GLENELG.- 

Ui quhart 1944! James Fowler 
jKilmonibaig 2541I Thomas Rofs 
i i/c ggan i333lJohn Mathefon 

; J ilmallie 452o|Alex. Frafer 
1 ! ollelkine i74ilWm Frafer 

■ l L " • l& 



Sir Ja. Grant of Grant 

Duke of Gordon 

Ditto 

Duke of Argyle 

Frafer of I.ovat 



Ga'.loch 
Lochc?rron 
Kintaii 
Glenfhiel 
Lochbroom 
Glenelg 
Apple crofs 
jOchalfh 



:-. 



r. Lockcarron Prcshytc. 
-rr.es RriTel 



Mackenzie 

r'.'on 
j - M'Rae 
- 

i6_ . lin M'lver 
1896JJC in ..Tucqaeen 
i6o6jAlex. Downie 



Crown 



Macleod of Macleod 

Crown 

Ditto 



76. Cairston Presbytery. 
Lord Dundas, Patron. 



72. Sky Presbytery. [Crown Pat-]: 

Kilniuir 2555 Donald Mart"' 

Strath 1748 Don. Macinr -. n'Stromnefs 2223 Wm - Clouftou 

Snizort 2144 MaL Macleoa JGreamfay 179 G. Hamilton 

Sm. Iflea 1339 Don. M'Lean Orphir 864 

Portree 2246 Alex. Campbell [Biday 2031 A. Anderfon 

Sleat 1703 M.M<Pb.erfon,D.D. \ririh 1186 Win. Malcomc 

M'Leod of M'Leod Patron 
Duirnifh 3327 Wm. Beaton 
Bracadalei.865 R.M<Leod, d.d. 



I Mcodie of MiiHetter, Patrol 
Walls 991 Ja. Bremmer 



77. 2\ T orth-Jsles Presbytery. 
Lord Dundas, Patron. 



ll.Uht Presbytery. [CrownPat] 
S. Uiit 4593 Geo. Monro 
Barra 1604 Ed. Macqueen Shapmfhay 744 Jo. .Barry 
N. Uiit 3010 Tas Macqueen ^ **** l5 * 4 l^l^ 
Hume of Harris Patron ^ ouia / Io6 VVX'. f ™ 
Harris 2996 Alex. Bethune ^ ro r nfa y W*"* 1 



Crcfs 



Wm. Grant 



74. Lewis Presb. [Crown Pat.] Lady Parifh 830 Walter Trail 
Uig 2086 Hugh Munro 



btornow.2974 Co1 - M c Kenzie 
Barvas 2233 Wm. M'Rae 
Lochs 1875 Ale x. Simp fon 

XV. SYNOD o/ORKNEY. 

75. Kirkivall Presbytery. 
The Parifh Patron. 

Rob. Yule 
Stalker 
Lord Dundas Patron. 
Evie 812 J. Duguid 

Ronaldfay 1610 
Holm 871 And. Smith 

Dcernefs 1335 Jas Smellie 



Kirkwall 2621 



fRob, 
lH. St 



78. Zetland Presbytery. 
Lord Dundas, Patron. 



Walls 

Unit 

Dunroff. 

Nefting 

Deiting 

Yell 

Tingwall 

Fetlar 

Breffuy 

Northmaving 

Lerwick 

Sandfting 



181 7 Dav. Thomfoii 
2259 John Nicolfon 
3327 John Duncan 
1941 John Inches 
1449 John Morifon 
142a John Finlayfon 
John Turnbull 
James Ingram 
John Fleming 
Wm. Jack 
John Sjfenzies 
Patrick Barclay 



Churches in Edinburgh connected iviih the Establishment. 
Chapel of Eafe, § Leith Wynd, J03 Robertfon 

Lady Glenor- 1 r c T $ Canongate, David Saville 

chy's Chapel J ' J ° nCS § Gaelic Chapel, Jo. M'Donald 



*53 



BUKGHER ASSOCIATE 
I. Edinburgh. 

f" i. James Peddk 
Edinburgh 1 2. James Hall 

£3. And. Lothian 
Dunbar J. Henderfon 

Weft-Linton J. M'Gilchrift 
Eaft Linton H. Jamiefon 
Tranent Rob. Shircff 

Eait Caldcr Jo. Primrofe 
Dalkeith Fho. Brown 

N. Berwick Geo. Brown 
Pennycuick Pat. Comrie 
Slateford John Belfrage 

Quecnsferry D. Carruthcrs 
Muftclburgh Alex. Black 
Leith Tho. Airchifon 

Haddington Benoni Black 
Peebles Tho. Leckie 

Fala Tames Keith 

Manchefter Robert Jack 
Bolton 
Leeds 
Liverpool 

%, Glasgow. 

(" T Alex. Pirie 
Glafgow I *' I John Dick 

(iWra Kidfton 
Paifley \Vm Smart 

Pollockfhaws James Pringle 
Johnfton |. Clapperton 

Greenock Wm Wilfon 

L?rgs John Leich 

Aii drie A. Duncanfon 

Kirkintilloch And. Marfhall 
Port. Glafgow D. Inglis 
Barrhead Wm Nicol 

Balfron John Cooper 

Hamilton R. Fletcher 

Kilpatrick 

3. Kilmarnock. 
Kilmarnock Rob. Jaffray 
Tarboiton Jo. Campbell 

Fenwick James Dewar 

Eaglefham James Dickfon 

Old Cumnock David Wilfon 
Dairy George RuiTel 

Lcchwhinnoch Jas Robfon 
Saltcoats Jas Ellis 



SYMOD. |_io Prelbytenes.j 

Galfton Jas Blackwood 

Mauchlin Jo. Walker 

Maybole 1. Mather 

Stranraer Wm Irvine 

Ayr Wm Shaw 

Irvine A. Campbell 
Kirkmaiden 

4. Falkirk and Stirling. 

Falkirk Hen. Beltrage 

(:,■,■„ f lohu Smart 

Stirling (ibavidsteuart 

Dunblane Mi. Gilnllan 

Alloa Tho. Waters 
Down W.Fletcher &A.Fletchcr 

Kincardine John Young 
Bathgate 

Linlithgow Dav. Watfon 

Denny J. Harrowtr 

Boneis Arch. Harper 

Avonbridge John Craig 
Airth 



J. Dunfermline. 



Dumferm 



7l.:H 

* Via. I 

Jam 



Hulband 
M'Farlane 

Kirkcaldy James Law 

Leflie Alex.O. Beattie 

Lochgelly Da. Greig, S. C, 
Inverkeithing Eben. Brown 

Limekilns Wm Hadden 

Kinghorn Geo. Black 

Kennoway Don. Frafer 

Buckhaven David Telfer 

Kinrofs James Hay 

Frcuchie Jo. Richardfon 
Balgedie 

Crofsgatcs John Allan 

6. Perth. 

Perth Jed. Aikman 
Auchtermuchty John Frafer 

Rathillet Ja. Johnfton 
Dumaing 

Dundee James Black 

Newburgh D. Hepburn 
St Andrews 

Scoone John Jamiefon 
Kilfpindie 
Newbigging 

Kilcomjuhar James Dick 
__ 



Crail Wm Frafer 

Pitcairn John Stewart 

J. Coldstream. 
Coldftream Ad.Thomfon 



Kelfo 

Stitchel 

Dunfe 

Horndean 

Berwick 

Ayton 

Stockbridge 



Rob. Hall 
W. Maclae 
A. Davidfon 
Wm. Lee 

To. Blackball 
David Ure 
Geo. Campbell 



London,Welfir.Alex. Waugh 
Do. Miles Lane Juhn Rae 



Whitby 
Sunderland 
Sou. Shields 
Newcaftle 
Alnwick 
Wooler 
CokUngham 
8. 

Selkirk 
Stow 
Lauder 
j Newtown 



Ecclefeehan 

Penrith 

Dallycaftle 

Bettingham 

Annan 

Gallafhiels 

Dumfries 

9- 
Lanark 
Whitburn 



iohn Johnfton 
ien. Thomioii 



Alex. Brown 
William Glen 
George Lawl'on 



Tedbu 
Hawi 



urgh 



(Liddefdals 
Langholm 



George Young 
Tho. Mafon 
]. Thorburn 
T. Smith 
David Paterfon 
Ja. Robertfon I 
Rt MacLaurin ! 
SdtirL 

iWiG.Lawfcn- 

| 
Geo.Hendcrfon! 
Wm Elder 
Peter Young 
J. Henderfon 
Walter Dunlop 
John Jardine 



Lanark. 

ALx. Harper 
John Brown 
Weft Calder \\"m. Fleming 
Biggar Jo. Brown, jun 

Cambufnethan \Vm bcott 
Moffat 

Stonehoufe Wm Taylor 
Braehead Wm Horn 

10. Aberdeen. 
Aberdeen L. Glafs 

Montrofe John King 

Brechin Da. Blackadder 

Stonehaven J. Ballantyne 
John's-haven T. Trotter 



Touch 

Midmar 

Banchory 

Forguc 

Keith 

New Deer 

Peterhead 



And. Murray 
J. Paterfon 

Wal. Graham 
Robert Moffat 

Rob. Campbell 



RELIEF SYNOD. 

1. Edinburgh. 



[Six Prefbyteries.J 
%. Glasgow. 



• fas Place, Tho. Thomfon Glafgow 



:§ CamM. ClcseJohn Johnfton 

^ CMe^e Stt ssl, James Smith 

Dalkeith 

Jedburgh 

Dunl'e 

Earlftoun 

Ford 

Biggar 

Muffelburgh 

Ber. on Twecd.A Thomfon 

Kelfo 

Newlands 

LillieOeaf 

Wooler 

Climpy 



ames Scott 
Tames Scott 
\Ralfton 
Tohn Wills 
Wm Strang 
Dan. M'Naught 
W. M'Kechnie 



John Pitcairn 



Wm. Gilmour 



John Brodie 
Robert Brodie 
To. Watfon 
lames Stewart 
Alex. Laing 
Wm. Thomfon 
John Refton 
Wm Carrick 
Jo. Kirkwood 
Arch. Murdoch 
David Ewing 
Pet. Robertfon 
J. Anderfon 



Ditto 
Ditto 
Anderfton 
Southend 
Gorbals 
Bridgetown 
Hamilton 
Strathaven 
Kilmaronock 
Saltcoats 
Irvine 
Beith 
Campfie 
Kilbarchan 
Paifley,ift cong. J. M'Dermaid 
2d cong. Jas. Thomfon 



Kilbryde 

Dumbarton 

Old Kilpatr. 

Campbleton 

New Kilpatr. 

Balfron 

Bothwell 

Lanark 

Roberton 

Riccarton 

Bifhoptoun 

Follcrofs 

Greenock 

3- St 

Kilfyth 

St Ninians 

Falkirk 

Dunfermline 

Blnirlogie 

Achterarder 

Clackmanan 



John Fergus jCupar in Fife 
Ja. Grimmonu Largo 



D. Fergus 

Dee. Laing 
J. Tamiefon 
1. M'Faflane 
L Campbell 



W. M'llquham 
Wm Auld 

hint arts. 

Anderfon 



Pittcnweem 
Ceres 

Colinlburgh 
Strathkinnefs 



Jo. Anderi 
J. Logan 
John Brow 
Henrv Ftt 



rgus 
John Watt 
John King 
Dav. Lindfay 



4. Dysart. 
Dyfart W. Billerwcll 

AuchtermuchtyJ. Bonnar 
Kettle Wm Fam 



r m Fannlton 



Rob. Walker 
J. G-.i 
ft" 

Ar. Cumming 
Wm Reid 
G. Buchanan 
5. Perth. 
Perth, Forreit Frew 

Ditto Rob. Arthur 

Cupar Augus Wm. .Dunn 
Crieff Wm. Bell 

Errol Chas Cuming 

Dundee Alex, Paterfon 

Aberdeen Sim. M'Millan 

Dunning J. Laidlaw 

Dumfries. 
Dumfries Andw. Fyfe 

Middleby J. Macfarlane 
Wamphray 1. Paterfon 
Newt. Dougl. J. Tardine 
Kirkbean £dw. Dobbie 

High f ae 
Penpont 

CaftleDouglas J. Bogue 
Langholm 



GENERAL ASSOCIATE or ANTIBURGHfcR SYNOD. 



:. SYNOD of EDINBURGH. 

T. Edinburgh. 

Edinburgh J. Jamiefon 
Do. 2d r.ongr. James Simpson 



iStromnefs 
Sanday 



Howgate 
Ellfrighill 
Eaft-Barns 
Linlithgow 
Mid-Calder 
Bo-nefs 
Whitburn 
[Dalkeith 
Lauder 
Haddington 
Peebles 
Bathgate 
London 
Leith 
Kirkwall 
Stronfay 
Sirfay 



Wm. M-Ewan 

Aw. Bayne 
Alex. Oliver 
Alex. Duncan 
Jas Thomson 

R. Buchanan 
Rob. Colvil 

D. Stalker 

Geo. Jermcnt 
R. Culbertfon 
W. Broadfoot 
Jas Sinclair 



2. Kelso. 



Kelfo 

Dunfe 

Earllton 

Midholm 

Norham 

Newcaftle 

Do. 2d congr. 

Jedburgh 

Hawick 

Morbattlc 

N. Shields 

Greenlaw 

Belford 

Ayton 



Dumfries 
Orr 

Lockerby 



2h 



John Thomfon 
Wm Lauder 

James Morifon 
Wm. Syme 
James Pringle 
James Clerk 
Andrew Rogie 
Dav. Morifon 
Al. Armftrong 
David Inglis 
John Thomfon 
Robt Wilfon 
mfrics. 
Wm Inglis 
James Biggar 
Wm Patrick 



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Wm Dryfdale 
And. Thomfon 
James Pattifor 
Alt x. Ogilvie 
D. Williamfon 
John Smith 
James France 



Kirriemuir 

Dundee 
Ahrth 

Montrofe 
Aberbrothick 
Muirtown 
Barry 



II. SYNOD of PERTH. 

a. Perth 

?erft» A Prir.-b &Pv. Black 



Kinkell 

Mcthven 

Logiealmond 

Errol 

Crieff 

Abernethy 

Cupar Angus 

Pathft-ruichiir 

Lethendy 

Kinclaven 

Craigend 

Comrie 

Aughtergaven 

Dalreqcfi 

Balbiggie 



P.. Imrie 
Tohn Jamefon 
Alex. Young 
Rob. Watfon 
Jjftnc s Barlas 
David Laurie 
Alex. Allan 
John Mac'ara 
Akx. Balfour 
Tames Prir.gle 
Rob. Forfyth 
Sam. GilnlJan 
Tas Thomfon 
James Clerk 
D. Wilfon 



Jam? 

Jamt 



;psMEwan 
? Hay 
And. Wilfon 
James Miliar 
David Meek 
John Murray 



III. SYNOD of GLASGOW. 
7. Glasgow 

Rob. Mutter 
John Mitchel 
vVm Ferner 



Odafgow 

Anderfton 

Paifley 

Greenock 

Strat haven 

Mcarns 

Hamilton 

Rothefay 



Tho. Stewart 
And. Thomfon 
o. Moncrieff 
Robertfon 



t 



Cumbernauld Jas Boucher 
Ncwarthill Wm Brown 
b. Kilmarnock* 



Burntifiand 
Cairnyhill 
St Monance 
Leven 
Balmullo 
Dunfermline 
Cupar Fife 
Kinrofs 

Ferry-Port-on-Craig 
6. Forfar. 

Forfar And 



Anch'tileck 

Kilwinning 

Beith 

Newmills 

Kilmarnock 

Colmonnel 

Ayr 

Ki'.maurs 

Stewaitbn 

Saltcoats 

9- 
Denny 



Pitcahm-Orceti Wm Beath 

5. Kiricaldy. 

Lefly Wm Scott.. 

Kirkcaldy Thomas Gray 

Ceres Pet. 1 aylor 

AuchtermuchtyT. Browning 
Orwell A. Imrie & A. Lefly 

David Rcfs 

Thomas Blair | Buchlyvie 

John M'Donald;Muckhart 
[Falkirk 

David Black BaliVon 
Tohn Robfon JAlloa 
Rcb. LeifhmanjThornhill 

jKilmironock 
JTillycoultry 



Rob.SmithJen. 
R. Smith, jftn. 

And. Mitchell 
ames Greig 
a. Robertfon 
oh n Blair 
r. Stevenfon 
G. Paxton 
Jas Mcthven 
Jo. Giilord 
Stirling. 
Jas Stark 



Stirling J. Heugh & H- Heugh 
Dumblain f. Wallace 

{John France 
- M'Gregor 

[as Brownlee 
Wm Puller 
J. Muckeriie 



Adie 



Rattray 
Brechin 
John's-haven 
Lethem 
O 



Tho. Wood 
James Gray 

Wm. Cairns 



10. Elgin. 
Elgin, ift Con. 7 ho. Duncan 
2d Do S. Scmervill 
Bogholc Henry Clark 

Nigg ' Jo. Monro 



Forres 


Thomas Stark 


Whitchiil 


John Bun van 

David Waddle 


Thtirfo 




Edkdvie 


Nairn 


Ifaac Kitchen 


Cabrach, 




Wick 




Keith 


James Bunyan 
John Primroie 


invernefs 


Eneas M'Bean 


Orange 


II. 


Aberdeen. 


Rofarty 




Aberdeen 


las Templeton 
Pat. Robert fon 


Peterhead 


Tho. Mylne 


Craig dam 


Ac lima coy 


j. Ronaidibn 


Clola 


Win Mitchell 


Fochabers 




Huntly 




Balmaud 





COTCH EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Old Deer, Alex. Chriftie 
Diocese <f Moray. 
R. Rev. Alex, "'jolly, at Frafer- 

burgh, Biihop. 
Flgin, Hugh Buchan 
Keith, John Murdoch 



Diocese of Edinburgh and Fife. 
Right Rev. D. Sandford, u. d 

in Edinburgh, Biihop. 
Edinburgh. Ar. Alii'on, l. l. b 

Robt. Morehead, a. m. James 

Walker, a. m. Simon Reid. 
Alloa, M. Ruflell, a. m. 
St Andrews, Wm Robb 
Pittenweem, David Low 
Cupar, Wm Nieoil 

Diocese of Glasgow?. 
R.. Rev. Wm Abernethy Drum 

mond, M. D. Bifhop. 
ChapeljBlackfriars wynd,Edin- 

burgh, R. Adam 
Glafgow, Wm Roatlcdge, A. 

Jimefon. 
Keli'o, James OgilvyHenderfon 

Diocese of Aberdeen. 

R. Rev. John Skinner, in Aber- 
deen, Bifhop. 

Aberd.R.Aitken,W.SkinnerA.B. 

Monymufk, Alex. Walked. 

Ellen, Nathaniel Grieve 

Cruden, 'Alexander Cay 

Peterhead, W. Laing, m. d. 

Longhde, John Cuming 

Lonmay, Wm Sangfter 

Fyvie, Alex. Chriftie 

l'uriff, John Cruickihank 

Pitfligo, John Gleig 

Banff, James Milne, 

Portfoy, John Cardno 

Arradoul, Alex. Siiand 

(Forgue, Andrew Ritchie 

{Mcikletolla, James limes 



Huntley, James Walker 
Diocese of Ross. 

R. Rev. Andrew Ivlacfarlane, in 
Invernefs, Bifhop. 

Ord, Wm Pattrfcn 

Appin, Donald Maccon 
Diocese of Dunheld. 

Rt. Rev. Patrick Torry, in Pe- 
terhead, Biihop. 

Forfar, John Skinner, a. m. 

Kirriemuir, John lyichan 

Meigle, David Moir 

Perth, Vacant 

Strathtay, John Robertfcn 

Marthlc, fames Sommerviile 

Muthil, Alex. Cruickfhank 
Diocese of Bt <i chill* 

Rt. Rev. George Gleig, t. n. d. 

in Stirling, Bifhop. 
Dundee, Bp. Stradian, Hen cage 

Horsiey, a. :.i. Wffl Milne 
Arbroath, Alex. Nieoil 
Bredhm, Jas. Sommerviile 
Montrole, Pat. Cufliuie 
Lochlte, Peter jelly 
Drumlithie, Robert Spark 
Stonehaven, George* Garden, 
Robt Memfifs, .v». n. 
Muc halls, Wm Murray 
Laurencekirk, vacant. 



i& 



ENGLAND. 

ROYAL Fa77HL\ OJf GRE^F BRITAIN. 
i GEORGE III. by the Grace of God, was born June 4, 1738. 
He succeeded his Grandfather Geo. II. 25th October 1700; he 
married September 8, i;6i, Princess Charlotte of Mecklen- 
burgh Strelftz, (born 19th May 1743,} by whom he has issue, 
1 1. Geo. Auguftus Frederick Prince of Wales, burn Aug. 12. 
■1762; married April 8, 1795, the Prss. Caroline Amelia Eliza- 
iteth of Brunfwick Lunenburg, his coufm, born May 18, 1768, 
by whom he has Prs. Charlotte Augufta, born Jan. 1796. 
I 2. Frederick, Luke of York, Bishop of Oi'naburg, b. Aug. 16, 
11763, married, in 1791, Frederica Charlotte, Prs. Royal of 
fpruffia, born M:-v 1767. 

3. William-Hairy, Luke of Clarence, born Auguft 21, 1765. 

4, Charlotte Aug'. Matilda, Prs. Royal, born Sept. 29, 1766 ; 
mar. 19th May 179", the King of Wirtemberg. 

.5. Edward, Duke of Kent, born Nov. 2, 1767. 

6. Augusta Sophia, born Nov. 8, 1768. 

7. Elizabeth, born May 22, 1770. 

8. Erntft Auguftus, Duke of Cumberland, b. June 5, 1771. 

9. Auguftus Frederick, Duke of Suffex, born 27th Jan. 1773. 

10. Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, b. Feb. 24, 1774- 

11. Mary, born 25th i\pril 1776. 

12. Sophia, born 3d November 1777. 

13. Amelia, born 7th Aug. 1783. 



Lord Witt. de& 

Earl Onflow 
Lord Bpfton 

i Vac. Wentworth 



HIS MAJESTY'S HOUSEHOLD. 
Earl of Dartmouth, Lord Chamberlain, 1200/. 
Lord John Thynne, Vice Chamberlain, II59/. 8j. 4/. 
Earl of Wiacbelfea, Groom of the Stole, 200c/. 
Lor/ii of fbt Bed-chamber, loco/ 

Earl Poulett Lord Arden 

Lord Somerville Lord S't Helens 
V ifc. Sydney Lord Rivers 

Lord Amherft Lord C. Spencer 

Grooms of ihi Bed-chamber, 300A 
Kon. H. Sedley j Hon.G. Yilliers Hon. Gen. Finch 

Sir Geo. Ofborne I Hon. R. Digby Hon. H. Verncy 

Sir Philip Hales ' Hon. R. F. Greville Bulkeley 

Hon. Tm Gordon | Sir Harry Ncaie 
C. Herbert, Ei'q. I Hon. Arth. Legge 
Earl of Ayle ford, Lord Steward, 1460I. 
Ld G. Tbynrse, Cotttfi. tioo/. — Yisc. Stopford, Trcxs. 1200/ 

~. Efq. Baymtister, 500/. 
SirHcnrv : • ;.chy, Ma:Ur, 318/. 
Hon. Will. Harcourt, Master of the Robes, 880/. 

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E. of Macclesfield, Captain of the Yeomen cf the Guard, looo/. 
E. of Mount Edgecumbe, Capt. of the Band of Pensioners, looo/. 
Duke of St Alban's, Hereditary Grand Falconer, IOCO/. 
Murq. Comwallis, Master of the Stag-hounds, %OOol. 
Duke of Montrose, Master of Horse, 1266/. 13* 4J. 
F.Gwynn, T. Garth, W.Cartwright, 3c C. Manningham, Eauer. 
Sir Geo. Baker, Sir L. Pcpys, and Sir F. Milrnan, Physicians in 

Ordinary, 300/. 
Dr C. Smith, Dr FL Vaughan, Dr Reynolds, Dr Simmons and 

Dr Hebcrden, Phys^ Extra. — Jo. and Jer. Taylor, Oculists. 
Sir F. Milman , Physician U the Household, 200I. 
Ch. Hawkins tk David Dundas, Serjeant Surgeons, 396/. 13s. 
James Penrofe, Sir J. Earle, arid J. Heavyfide, Surgeons extra* 
Ed. A. Brande, 320/. R. Battescomb, 160/. Apotb. to the Person. 
Edward Holdich, Efq. Apothecary to the Household, lCol. 
jr. R. Spcnce,T. Mormanfell, Dentists. 
Aivhb, of York, Lord Ah/oiur. 

Lord Bifhop of London, Dean of the Chape! Royal. 
Sir Stephen Cottrell, Master of tht Ceremonies, \ool. 
Bir "William Parfons, Master of the Band of Music, 2Cof. 
T. Laurence, Port. Paid, loot, — J. Larp ant, //.?/?. cf Plays, 40c/ 
H. J. Pye, Poet-Laur. lOOi. — C. Eyre & A. Strahan. Printers. 



HER MAJESTY'S HOUSEHOLD. 
arl of Morton, Lord Chamberlain, \Z00L 

eut.-'^ol. Difbrow, Vice-Chamberlain, 50.0/. 

an of Aylefbury, Treasurer — Earl of Effingham, Comptroller. 
Earl Harcourt, Master of the Horse, 800/. 
Marchionefs of Bath, Mistress of the Robes 500/. 
Countefs of Pembroke, Count, of Cardigan, Count. Harcourt, 

Countefs of Harrington, Vifcountefs Sydney, & Countefs of 

Maqclesfield, Laapes of the Bed-chamber, 500/. 
Mifs Diana Beauclerc, Mifs Caroline Vernon, Mifs Augufta 

Lrudenell, Mifs Coleman, Mifs B. Chefler, MissDashwood, 

Maids of Honour, 300/. 
Hon. Mils Ann Bofcawen, Sempstress Iff Laundress. 
Mrs Sophia Fielding, Hon. Mrs A. M. Egerton, Lady Radftoc, 

and Hon. Mrs Newbolt, Beachambep-nvomen, 300/. 
Thomas Fauquier, Charles Rook, Efqs. and Sir T. B Pechell, 

Gentlemen Ushers of the Private Chamber, 200/ 
Geo. Hardinge, Attor. gen. 250/. — Rich. Richards, Sol. gen. 180/. 
Sir Geo. Baker, & Sir Era. Milman, Physicians, 200I. 
Dr W. Hebcrden & Dr G. Maten, Physicians to the Household. 
Surgeon, 150/. — John Griffiths, Surgeon to Household. 



Marchionefs of Ely and Lady M. Wynyard, Ladies of the Bed- 
chamber to the elder Princesses. 

Lady A. Cumberland and Lady Is. Thynne, Ladies of the Bed- 
chamber to the younger Princesses. 



PRINCE fcr PRINCESS of WALES' HOUSEHOLD. 



I I n ■ - E fq . Chancellor. 
Gen. Sam Kulfe. Treas. 
]. M«Mahpn,£fq. Privy Purse 



Ant. S'Leger, Vice Cham. 
Win Garrcw, Attcr. Gen. 



Jof. Jekyll, Sol. Gen. 

Lord Erskine, D. cf jCorthuuibcrland, Eari Mcira, Gen. Sam 
--uise, Tho. Tyrwhit, Lord Eiliot, Lord Keith, J. M'Ma- 
hon, T. Nefbit, SirV. Gibbs, Wm Adam, Council. 

Dr F Halifax, Sir W. Farquhar, and Dr Blane, Physicians, 

Drs Blane, Pitcairn, Hays, Pemberton, Fellows, Latham 
F: afer, Saunders, and Moselev, Physicians Extra. 

Thomas Keate, S-geon.— John Taylor, Oculist. 

Lady Glenbervie, Mistress cf the R-.bes, — Countefs Carnarvon, 
Lady Sheffield, & Lady Charl. Lindfay. Lad-es of the Bed-cham, 

Mrs Vernon. Mrs Lille, and Mifs Garth, 'Maids of Honour, 

Lady Dow. De Clifford, Governess to Princess Charlotte of Wale* 

PUKE and DUTCHESS of WRITS HOUSEHOLD. 

Lieut. Gen. Grenville, Comptroller and Master. 

Treas & Sec— Maj. Gen. de Bude, Fore':gn Sec 



Gen. Morfhead, Hen. Bunbury, Col. Crawford, and Thomas 
Stepney, Esq. Grooms of the Bed-chamber. 

W. Wyiiyard, and Sir Cha. Afgill, Equerries. 

Lady Ann Smith & Lady Eliz. Spencer, Ladies cf the Bed-cham- 
ber to the Dutchess of York. 

Dr Pearfcn, Physician. T. Keate. Surgeon. 



DUKE of CLARENCE'S HOUSEHOLD. 
Lord Keith, Tress. Iff Compt.—]. Barton, Sub. Treas. 
Sir Jo. B. Warren, Sir C. M. Pole, & Wm. Dalrymple, Efq 
Grooms of the Bed-chamber. — Dr Gilb. Blane. Phys. 



RANGERS OF FORESTS, \STc. 
Windsor Forest Isf Great Park, Duke of Gloucefter 

Wind. Little Park, Iff Greeniv'uh Park. Princefs of Walts 
ranbourn Ckacc, & Hampion-Ci. Park, Duke of Kent 
t James's Park, Duke of York 

Hherivood Forest^ Duke of Portland 

Baity Pari, Duke of Clarence 

Salcey Forest, Vifc. Ipfwich 

Wict-wood Forest, Oxfordshire, D. of Marlborough 

St Briavcts Castle in the F crest cf Beam. Earl of Berkeley, 
Vhittlebury Fcresi, Northampton, Duke of Grafton 

l'Vcltham,Richmu:d, fcf Rockingham For. Earl of Upper Offory 
Snoioden Forest, Earl of Uxbridge 

North of Trent, Hon. J. C. Villiers 

"outh of Trent, T. Grenville 

^ord GlenbciA'ie, Surveyor General rf W cods and Forests, 

John Fordycc; Efq. Surveyor of Croivn Lards, 

"O3 — " ~~" ~ I6l "" 



PRIVY COUNCIL. 



Prince of WalestEarl of Buck- 
Duke of York I inghamfhire 



of Clarence 
of Kent 
of Cumber 

land 
of Suflex 
of Cambridge 
of Gloucester 
Archb. Canter- 
bury 
LordChancellor 
Archb. of York 

of Armagh 
Earl of West- 
niorland,P.6'. 
DukeofNorfolk 
of Richmond 
of Grafton 
of Bedford 
Marlborough 
of Atholl 
of Mont role 
of Portland 
M.Buckingham 
of Stafford 

Townftiend 
of Saliibury 
of Hertford 
of Bute 
ofWellefley 
of Douglas 
Earl of Ayels- 
ford 

ofDartmouth 
of Derby 
of Pembroke 
of Winchelfea 
of Chefterfield 
of Sandwich 
of Carlifle 
Cholmondely 
of Lauderdale 
Elgin 

Tankerville 
Macclesfield 
Afhburnham 
Harrington 



Fitzwilliam 
of Hard wick 
Spencer 
of Chatham 
Bathurft 
of Ayleibury 
Grofvenor 
of Carnarvon! 



Lord Harrowby 
Waliingham 

Carteret 



[Sir J. B. War- 
ren 
John Smyth 



Hawkelbury J. H. Adding' 
Grenville 



Auckland 
Mulgrave 
Bayning 
Lord Glafton- 
bury 



of Liverpool Minto 



of St Vincent 
ofMalmsbury 
of Moira 
of Ccurtown 
of Carysfort 
of Donough- 

more 
of Onflow 
of Chichefter 
Clan c arty 
of Powis 
Grey 
Temple 
Mount Edge- 
cumbe 

LordCSomerfet 
Cha. Spencer 
Rob. Spencer 
Fk. Campbell 

Vifc. Howe 
Gal way 
Morpeth 

I ord Offulfton 

Vise. Stopford 
Caftlereagh 
Melville 
Sidmoutk 
Strangford 
Cathcart 

Ld Hen. Petty 
G L. Gower 
J.Townshend 
G. Thynne 
| Thynne 



Arden 

St Helens 

Henly 

'f'eignmouth 

Whitworth 

Glenbervic 

Redesdale 

Ellenborough 
Barham 
Erskine 
Manners 

Cha- Abbot 



ton 

Geo. Tierney 
Hon. T.Mait 

land 

Nath. Bond 

Hon. Sir A. 

Paget 

Sir E. Nepean 

Sir Jas Mans 

field 
Sir W. Drum-j 

mond 
Sir C. Arbuth- 

not 
J. H. Frere 
W. Vaniittart 
R. PoleCarcW 
John Sullivan 
R. B. Sheridan 



Sir Wm Scott 
Hon. T. Gren- 
ville 
Ifaac Corry 
Geo. Canning 
Wm Dundas 
Hn C P Yorke 
Sir Wm Grant 
Thos Wallace 
C. B^athurst 
Biifh. of LondoniW. Wickham 
Lord St John George Rofe 
Holland. ICharles Long 



ShGco. Yonge Wm Elliot 

Cha. Greville G. Ponlbnby 

R Fitzpatrick Sir J. Newport 

John Fofter 

J, Cha. Villiers 

Sir W Wynne 

Thomas Steele 

Sir Ar. Mac- Hon. S Perce- 

donald val 

W. Windham Hon R Dundas. 
Sir Jof. Banks jSirArWellesley 
Hon.J. Trevor,Hon H Pierre- 



Sir J. Anitru- 

ther 
Sir J M Pult- 
teney 



pont 
F J Jackson 
Hon. R. Ryder 

Or din. Clerks, 
Hon. Rob. 

Walpolc, 
Sir Steph. Cot- 

terell, 
Sir Geo Chet- 

wynd, 
W. Favvkener. 



162 



BRITISH PEERAGE. 
Roman Catholics i&arted* — Minor s\ — Scots Peers \ — Irish Peer 

PEERS of the BLOOD ROYAL. 
His Royal Highnefs George Auguftus, Pnnce of Wales, Duke 
of Cornwall and Rothfay, E. of Chefter, E. of Carrick, Elee 
toral Prince of Brunfwick-Lunenburgh, Baron of Renfrew- 
Lord of the Tfles, and Great Steward of Scotland 
1784 || His Royal Highnefs Frederick, Duke of York and Al- 
bany, Bifhop of Ofnaburgh, and Earl of Ulfter. 
1789 || His Royal Highnefs Vv'm Henry Duke of Clarence and 

St Andrew's, and Earl of Munfter. 
1799 || His Royal Highnefs Edward, Duke of Kent and Stra- 
thern, Earl of Dublin. 
|| His Royal Highnefs Erneft Auguftus, Duke of Cum- 
berland and Teviotdale, Earl of Armagh. 
I || His Royal Highnefs Auguftus Frederick, Duke of Suffex 
Earl of Invernefs, and Baron Arklow. 
j|His Royal Highnefs Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cam 
bridge, Earl of Tipperary, and Baron Culloden. 
1764 [| His Highnefs William-Frederick, Duke of Gloueeftcr 
and Edinburgh, Earl of Connaught. 

DUKES Ellest Sons. 

484 Howard Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Surry 

1546 Seymour Duke of Somerfet, Lord Seymour 

1675 f Lennox Duke of Richmond, Earl of March 

Fizroy Duke of Grafton, Earl of Eufton 

1682 Somerfet Duke of Beaufort, Marq. of Worcefter 

1683 Beauclcrk Duke of St Albans, Earl of Burford 
1694 JOfborne Duke of Leeds Marq. of Carmarthen 

Ruffel Duke of Bedford, Marq. of Taviftock 

Cavendiih Duke of Devonfhire, Marq. of Hartington 
1792 Spencer Duke of Marlborough, Marq. of Blandford 
1703 Manners Duke of Rutland, Marq. of Granby 

1711 {Hamilton Duke of Brandon, Marq. of Clydefdale 

1715 Bertie D. of Ancafter and Keftevan Marq. of Lindfey 

1716 Cavendifh Bentinck D. of Portland Marq. of Titchfield 
x'719 Montague Duke of Manchefter, Vifc. Mandeville 
1720 f Sackville Duke of Dorfet, Earl of Middlefex 
1756 Pelham Clinton, D. of Newcaftle, Earl of Lincoln 
1766 Percy Duke of Northumberland, Earl Piercy 

MARQUISSES. 
1551 Powlet Marq. of Winchefter, Earl of Wiltfhire 

1784 ||GrenvilleTempleM.ofBuckinghamEarl Temple 

{{Petty Marquis of Lanfdown, Earl Wycombe 
1786 Gower Marq. of Stafford, Earl Gower, 

787 Townfhend Marq. Townfhend, Earl Leicefter 

788 Cecil Marq. of Salifburv, Vifc. Cranburn 



163 



17^8 Thymic Marquis ot Bdto^ 



:. Weymouth 



70 tjj Hamilton, Marq. of Abertrorn, Vifc. Hamilton 

1792 CornwaUis Man], Cornwallis, Vifq. Brome 

1793 || Seymour Con way Mar.of HertfordLarl of Yarmouth 
1796 t Stuart Marq. of Bute Earl of Windfor 
1801 f Cecil Marquis of Exeter, Lord Burleigh, 



1442 
1485 
C55i 
160^ 
1617 
1618 
[62a 
1624 
1627 
1628 



1 56c 
1 661 



1662 
1672 
1679 
1682 

1690 

1696 
1697 

1706 



1714 



1717 

1718 
j 7.19 
1721 



EARLS. Elfat Sons. 

|| Talbot Eur! of Shrewsbury Lord Talbbt, 
Stanley Earl 01 Derby, Lord Stanley, 

Herbert Earl of Pembroke Lord Herbert 

Howard Earl of Suffolk and Berkfh.V ; i'c. Andcver 
Egerton Earl of Bridgeware^ "V ifc. Brackley 

Compton Earl of Northampton, Lord Compton 
|| Fielding Earl of Denbigh, Vifc. Fielding 

Fane Earl of WeRmoreland, Lord Burgherih 

Mordaunt E. Peterb. & Monmouth, Vifc. Mordaunt 
Grey E. of Stamford & Warrington, Lord Grey 



Finch Eiirl of Winchelfea, 
Stanhope Earl of Chefterfiekl, 
Tuiton Earl of Thanet, 
Montague Earl of Sandwich, 
Capel Coningsby Earl of Efiex, 
Brudencll Earl of Cardigan, 
Howard Earl of Carhfle, 
i Scot Earl of Doncafter, 
Cooper Earl of Shaftefbury, 
Berkeley Earl of Berkeley, 
Bertie Earl of Abingdon, 
f Windsor Earl of Plymouth, 
|| Saville Earl of Scarborough 
Naffau E. Rochfort, 
Keppel Earl of Albemarle, 
Coventry Earl of Coventry, 
nViffiers Earl of Ifcrfcy, 
Poulett Earl Poulett, 
]| Cholmondely Earl Cholmoudely, 






Vifc. Maidftone 
Lord Stanhope 
Lord Tufton 
Vifc. Hinchinbrook 
Vifc. Maiden 
Lord Brudenell 
Vise. Morpeth 
Lord Tindale 
Lo»d Afnley 
Vifc. Duriley 
Lord Norreys 
Lord Windfor 
% ifc. Lumley 
Vifc. Tunb ridge 
Vifc. Bury 
Vifc. Decihurft 
Vifc. VflUers 
Vifc. Hinto'n 
Vifc. Malpas 



E. of Oxford & Mottimer, Lord Harley 



Shirley Earl Ferrers, 
Weritworth Earl of Strafford, 
Legge Earl of Dartmoutn, 
Berinct Earl of Tankervflle, 
Finch Earl of Ayje3ford, 
Hervey Earl or Briftol, 
Cowper Earl Cowpef, 
Stanhope Earl Stanhope, 
fj|Sherar9 Earl of Harhorough 
Parkrr Earl of Macclesfield, 
Fermor Earl of Pomfrel . 
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Vifc. Tamworth 
Vifc. Went worth 
Vifc. Ltviiharu 
Lord Offulfton 
Lord Guerbtey 
Lord Hervey, 
Vifc. Fordwich 
Vifc. Mahon 
Vifc. Sherard 
Vifc. Parker 
Lord Lempfrer 



VJZ% 

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[730 
1731 
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17*3 
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1765 

17(6 
177* 

1776 
1734 



I Graham Earl Graham .Lord Graham 

f Waldegrave Earl Waidegrave Viic. Chewton 
Afhburnham Earl of Aihburnham, Vile. St Afaph 



Howard Earl of Effingham, 
Stanhope Earl of Harrington, 
Wallop Earl of Portfmouth, 
Grevillc E. Brooke and Warwick, 
Hobart Earl of Buckinghamshire, 
|| Fitzwilliam Earl Fitzwilliam, 
Wyndham Earl of Egremont, 
Harcourt Earl Harcourt, 
North Earl of Guildford, 
Yorke Earl of Hardwicke, 
Vane Earl of Darlington, 
Fox-Strangway Earl of llchcfter, 
fWeft Earl Dclawar, 
Bouverie Earl of Radnor, 
Spencer Earl Spencer, 
Pitt Earl of Chatham, 
Eathurft Earl Bathurit, 
II Hill Earl of HiliLorough, 
Brudenell Bruce E. of Aylclbury, 
Viiiiers Earl of Clarendon, 
Ncvill Earl of Abergavenny, 
Paget Earl of Uxbridge, 
i Gordon Earl of Norwich, 
-j-Chetwynd Talbot Earl Talbot, 
Grofvenor Earl Grofvenor, 
Pratt Earl Cambden, 
Murray Earl Strange 



Lord Howard 
Vifc. Peteriham 
Vifc. Lymihgtori 
Lord Brooke 
Lord Hobart 
Vifc. Milton 
Lord Cockermouth 
Vifc. Nuncham 
Lord North 
Vifc. Royfton 
Vifc. Barnard 
Lord Staverdale 
Vifc. Cantaloupe 
Vifc. Folkfton 
Vifc. Althcrp 
Vifc. Pitt 
Lord Apfley 
Vii'c. Fairford 
Lord Bruce 
Lord Hyde 
Vifc. Neville 
Lord Paget 
Lord Gordon 
Viic. Ingeftrie 
Vifc. Bclgrave 
Vifc. Bayham 
Lord Murray 



1786 

1789 EdgecumbeJE. Mount Edgecumbe, Vifc. Vafletort 

1790 



Forttfcue Earl Fortefcue, 



1793 
179& 
1797 
1800 

1801 



1804 
1805 
1806 



Digby Earl Digby, 

ercy Earl of Beverley, 
t Murray Earl of Mansfield, 
Herbert Earl of Carnarvon, 
Tcnkinfon Earl of Liverpool, 
Jervis Eari St Vincent, 
Cadogan Earl Cadogan 
Harris Earl of" Malmsbury 
St Clair-Erskine Earl of Rofslyn, 
Craven Earl of Craven 
Onflow Earl of Onflow 
Marfham Earl of Romney 
Pelham Earl of Chichefter 
Egerton Earl of Wilton 
Ciive Earl of Powis 
Nelfon E. Nelfon 
Pierrcpont, Earl Manvers 



Vile. Ebrmgton 
Vifc. Cokihill 
Lord Lcuvaine 
Lord Murray 
Lord Portchefter 
Lord Hawkefbury 
Lord Jervis 
Vifc. WincheHea 
Vifc Fitz-Flarris 
L. Loughborough 
Vifc. Uitington 
Vifc. Cranky 
Vifc. Mariham 
Lord Pelham 
Vifc. Grey de Wilton 
Vifc. Clive 
Vifc. Trafalgar 
Vifc. Newark 



165 



:8o6 

1 8c 7 

*549 
1712 
1720' 
1721 
1746 
1762 

'63 
t'/66 

776 
782 

1265 
1269 
1296 
1298 
'307 
1322 

'447 
1448 
1482 



1492 
'597 
155% 
[598 
[603 

1609 
r6o8 
1619 
1 616 

I<5 43 
1663 

1672 



1711 



Walpole, Earlof Orford ' Do 

Grey Ear! Grey ViS 

Lowthcr F.arl bf Lot:dsda!e Vif 

D cvereux Vifc. Hert fprd.1789 Tow 

!i/9 



•d Wabble 

:oi.mt Howie 

:. Lowther 



.St John V. Botfngbrofcc 
Boicaiven V. Falmouth 
Byng Vifc. Torrin ;:. .1 
[(.Fitzgerald V. Lur.iter 
jNocI V. Wentfrorrh 
Courtney V. Courtney 



r.fr f-nd V. Sydney 
Hood V. Hood 
1797 Duncan V. Duncan 
1800 {] Hood V. Bridpcrt 
1802 Curzon V. Curzon 
1K03 Dundas, V". Melville 
iSoc Addingtcn V. Sidmouth 
Ward V.' Dudley &Wardfi8o6 Anion Vifc. Anion 
Maynsird V. Mavuard J1807 Lake V. Like 
Harhpdi u V. Jrlanipden Catbcart V. Catbcart 

Germain V. SackvilJe j 

BARON S. 
StapletonL.LeDefpenfer 171 2 Monfon Lord Monfcn 
Southwell Ld dc Clifford} 1741 Bromley Lord Montfort 



Touchet Lord Audely 
Trefusis L. Clinton 
Brand Lord Dacrc 
Yelverton Lord Grey de 
Rurhen 

Twifleton L. Say & Sele 
*Stourton 1>. Stourton 
|| Rawdon Haftings, Ld 

Hungcrford, and 1783 

Lord Rawdon 
VernyJ ..Villo'by deBrok 
EHisL.HowarddcWalden 
St John Lord St John 
Bishopp Ld Zouch 

* Petrel* Petre 
Spencer L. Spencer 

* Arundel L. Arundel 
jlBHghL. Clifton 
•Dormer L. Dormer 
Roper L. Teynham 
Byron Lord Byron 
Scot: L. Tyjredale (E. of 

Dalkeith) 

*Clihor<1 Lorti Clifford 
Hamilton i.. 1 aitton 
y\fhrurnha:n,L. Athhiini 
jjBayic Lord Boyle 
] I rummond lord Hay 

V/ilioilghfr} L..Mii.'.dkto; 
Kin£ Lord Kin? 



1749 Ponl'onbv L. Ponfonby 

1760 Legge Lord Stawell 
Watfon Lord Sondes 

1761 Robinfon L. Grantham 

1761 Curzou Lord Scarfdalc 
Irby Lord Bolton 

1762 Fox Vafi'al Lord Holland 
IjPercival Lord Lovell 
Vernon Lord Vernon 

1763 Moreton Lord Dueie 
1760 I Campbell L. Sundri Ire 

Hawke Lord Hawfte 
Ciift Lord Brotvnlow 
Pitt Lord Rivers 
Ryder Lord HarroWby 
Foley Lord Foley 

7 - "- I )e ( iardonell L-Dynevn 
DeGtxyLd Walfinghaii 
Bigot liord Bagot 
F • .roy L. Southampton 

178a Dunning L. Affcbm coq 
Norton Lord Gran:Iy 
Rodney Lord Rodney 

i.:?,.\ Carteret Lord Carteret 
Kttlot Lord Elliot 
Ij-Bulkeley lid Suikelcy 
Cock-. Lord SdrntS's 
Parker Lord Bor 
Hill Lo4 Berwick 
Dntton Lord Sherborne 



t6i 



1784 Gordon L Gordon .^M. :ij'-jt 
ci Httntly) 

x;86 Mont. Scot Ld Montagu 

} iJcugi...:? Lid Douglas 11797 
j! Beresfoi d Ld Tyronne 
[j Boyle Lord Carieton 
Harbord J.. Sufikld 
4 Carkton L. Dprcheftcl 
Jcnkinson LI Hc\vkv.;>- 
bury 

1787 Elliot Lord Heathfidd 

1788 Kenvon Lord Kenyon 
t;88 Griffin Lord Er.ybrook j 

A inherit Lord Ainherit 
1790 : |CIncheftcrL. i/iiherwic '1799 
j'.Duff Lord Fife 
Douglas L. Douglas efj 

Douglas iSoi 

IjGrimiion L. Verulam j 
tl Gage Lord Gage 
G: .aville Lord Grenvilk 
{Douglas Lord Douglas or 1 

Lochievcu 
Thurlow L. Thurlow 
HEdeo L; Auckland 
§FkzpatrickLprd Upper-|i8oa 

Oflbry 
j! Phipps L. Mulgrave 
HLyttleton L. Lyttkton 
(j if Ills Lord Mt iidip 
Bridgein.au L. Bradford 
Peachey Lord Stelfcy 
Dunda* Lord Dun das 
PelhamLcr j Yarboroogk 
1795 Hood L. Hood 
790 I Stuart.I -Stuart of CaflJe- 

ftuart 
\ Stewart Ld Stewart 0/ 

Garlics 
||Stopford L. Saltersford 
jjDavvnay Lord Dawnay 
iJErodrickL. Erodrick 
Rous Lord Rous 
Calthorpe L. Calthorpe 
Barrel] Lord Gwvdir 



1791 
1792 
1794 



\1Z06 



Baffi*I~DeDunitanville 



-: 



Lafcclka E! Harcvvood 
Rode Lord RolU 
Campbell Lord Cawdor 
H.WeltefleyLordWeHeifey 
fiSmith Lord Carrington 
l'owufliend L. Bayning 
« trcnvifle L. Giaitonbury 
Powlet L. Eoltou 
KBk« Lord Miuto 
VouchoufeLAVodehoufe 
Rujhqut L. Northwio 
Powi- Lord Liltord 
Oder Lord Rilibtfdate 
Mackenzie Lord Seaforth 
bcuzt Lord Eldon 
fjEitzgibbon Lord Fltz- 

glbboa 
I Moore, L. Moore 
jLoftus, L. Loftus 
USude?, L. Butier 
[| Proby, L. Carysfort 
Ardeti Lord Alvankv 
I'ii^hurbertLdb-Heien's 
jiEiphinglton, L. Keith 
HutchinibnL.Hutciiiuibn 
Mitibrd, L. Rcdefdak 
Law, L. Ellenborougk 
jj Percival, L. Arden 
ij Holroyd; L. Sheffield 
MiddktoB, Ld Barfiarn 
CoBiogwocd, L. Coiijpg* 

wood 
irskine Lord Erskine 
i| Browne L. Monteafle 
\ Montgomery i . ArCxofi 

fan 
jMaitlasdL. Lauderdale 
. Forl)es L. Granard 
Crewe L. Crewe 
Ponsonby L. Ponsonby 
Lygon L . Eeaucharnp 
$ Kenned v L. Alfa 
; Campbell L. Ereadalbane 
I Gardner L. Gardner 
button L. Manners 



167 



PEERESES by Creation or Descent. 
1776 Grevillc, Countefs of Mansfield. 
1266 Fitzgt raid de Roos, Baronefs Roos. 
1314 Burrell, Baronefs Willoughby de ErcFoy. 
1 641 Chandos Temple, Baronefs Bruce. 
1663 Hume, Baronefs Lucas 
1788 Curzon, Baronefs Howe 
1801 Abercromby, Baronefs Abercromby 
I'ioz Hill, Baronefs Sandys 

ARCHBISHOPS and BISHOPS, 



Canterbury, Dr Sutton L. 8000 
York, Hon. Dr H. Vernon 7000 

Bishops. 

Dr Porteous 



Banvor, 
CbetU r; 

Gloucester. 

Ely, 

Exeter, 



Dr Randolph!,. 1200, 
Dr Majendie 2700 
Dr Huntiugfordaooo 
Dr T. Dumpier 4000 



London, Dr Porteous 6200 

Durham, Dr Barrington 870c Exe/er, Dr P 

Winchester, Hon.Dr North j 400' St Da-vid's.Dr Burgefs 

Litch. Con,. Dr Cornwallis %%aa\Salhbury, Dr Fitter 

Landaff, Dr Watfon i6oo\No;-zvie"h, Dr Bathurft 

Lincoln, Dr G. Tomline yicxnQxfcr'd i Dr Moss 

St Asaph, Dr Cleaver $ooo\Hereford, Dr J. Luxmore 

Batb&.Wells, Dr Beadon 22001 Carl isle, Dr Goodenougl 

Peterbro Dr Maden \-]co\Br:stol r Dr W.L. ManfeiJijoo 

PVorcesterfiT¥.ti.Corpw2l\340QlRoc}>esier£)r Walker King 2400 

Chichestcr,Dr Buckner C.6co\Soder&i.jMan, Dr Crigail 



2700 
IJOO 

3500 

-J 000 

280 

3000 
2800 



IRISH PEERS, 
To represent the Peerage in the Imperial Parliament. 



Marq. of Headfort 
Jfligo 



larl of Weftmeath 

Kingston 

Gharlemont 

Rpden 

Giandore 

Longford 

Erne 

Ennifkillen 



Earl of Wicklow 

Lucan 

— . Londonderry 

— Conyngham 

O Ncill 

Bandon 



Donouglimore 

— Caledon 

— Limerick 



Earl of Charleville 
Nonnanton 



Vifc. Northland 

Carletan 

Longueville 

Lord Cahier 

Callan 

— Tyrawley 



Archbifhop of Tuam 
Biiliop of Ferns 



Bifhop of Cloyne 





Clerks and Officers of the House jf Peers. 
Geo. Rofe, Efq; Clerk of Parliament. — Hen. Co.vper, Efq; Assist. 
Win Stewart Rofe, Efq; Reading Clk, fcf Clk of Private Committees 

Ed. Parratt, Clerk of journals. Wm Walmfiey, Copying- Clerk. 

Sir Francis Molyneux, Bart. Gent. Usher of the Black Rod. 
168 



House of Commons. 


ENGLAND and WALES.— 513. 


Rt Hon. C 


iarles Abbot, Spec* 


ker, 6c00l. 


I Abingdon, 


17 Bedford Toivn 
Sam. Whitbread 


TJ Brecon T. 


Geo. Knapp 


Sir Rob. Saliibury 


2 Agmondesham, 
T. D. T. Drake 


W. Lee Antonie 


34 Bridger.ortb. 


18 Bediuin, 


Thos.Whitmore 


r.T. Drake 


James Henry Leigh 


Ifaac H. Browne 


3 St Albans, 


Sir J. Nicholl 


36 BriJpcrt, 


Jof. Halfey 


IQ Beeralston, 


Sir E. Nepean 


Hon. J. W. Grimfton 


I>ord Lovaine 


Sir S. Hood 


4 Aldbo) ougb, S./pp'. 


Hon. Jocelyne Percy 


25 Bridgeivater, 


Sir J, Aubrey 
J. Macmahon 


20 Berkshire i 


Wm Astell 


George Vanlittart 


Geo Pocock 


5 Aldborough ,Torisb- 


Charles Dundas 


37 Bristol, 


Gilbert Jones 


21 JSerwui T. 


Hon. C. #athurit 


Henry Fynes 


Alex. Allan 


Evan Baillie 


6 An.hvcr 


Sir. A. M. Lockhart 


^8 Buckitv^bamsh. 


Hon. N. Fellowes 


22 Beverley , 


M. of Titchhcld 


*I> A. Smith 


John Wharton 


Earl Temple 


7 Anrlesca, 


R. W. Howard Vyse 


39 Buckingham 7*. 


Hon. Berk. Paget 


2 3 Beivdlr\, 


Hon. Tho. Grenville 


8 Appleby, 


M. P.*" Andrews 


Hori, Rich. Neville 


W. Ridley Colborne 


24 Bishop's Castle, 


40 Cdllington, 


J. R. Cuthbert 


J.Ruhmfon, W.Ciive 


Lord Binning 


g Arundel, 


2.C Blecbingly, 


Thos. Carter 


Sir Arthur Pigeot 


Wm Kenrick 


41 dine, 


Col. F. J. Wilder 
IO Asbburton, 


Thos. Heathcote 


Henry Smith 


26 Bodmyn, 


Tofeph Jekyll 


Walter Palk 


Sir W. Oglander 


42 Cambridgeshire, 


Lord.C Bentinck 


Davie- Giddy 


\jox<\ C. S. Manners 


II Aylesbury, 


27 Borouglbridge, 


Rt.Hon. ChasYorke 


Sir George Nugent 


Henry Clinton 


43 Cambridge Univ. 


G. H. C. Cavendiih 


Wm H. Clinton 


Pari of Eufton 


12 B anbury a 


28 Bossiney, 


Sir V. Gibbs 


Dudley North' 


J. A. S. Wortfey 


44 Cambridge T. 
Hon. E. Finch 


I \ Barnstaple 


20 Boston, 


Gen. R. Manners* 


G. W. Thelluion 


W. A. Madocks 


45 Camelfora\ 

Robert Adair 


Wm Taylor 


Thomas FydeJJ, juu. 


14 Bath, 


JO Bradley, 


Lord Henry Petty 


Lord John Thynnc 


R. H. Bradfhaw 


46 Canterbury, 


Charles Palmer 


A. Henderfon 


John Baker 
Edward Taylor 


I ? Beaumaris, 


31 Br amber, 


Sir E. P. Lloyd 


J. Irvine H Joddrell 


47 Cardiff, 


16 Bedfordshire, 
jHon R. Fitzpatrick 


32 Brecon shire, 


Lord Wm Stuart 


Thomas Wood 


48 Cardiganshire, 


i Francis Pym 




Fhomas Jonnes 



169 



49 Cardigan 'T. 
Hon. John Vuughan 

50 Carlisle., 
John C. Cnrwen 
W. S. Stanhope 

51 Carmartbensh. 
Lord R. Seymour 

52 Carmarthen T. 
Geofge Campbell 

53 Carnarvonshire, 
Sir Robert Williams 

54 Carnarvon T. 
Hon. Charles Paget 

$S Civile-Rising, 
Hon. E. G. Howard 
Richard Sharpe 
56 Cheshire, 
Thos Cholmondcley 
D. Davenport 

I ^ 5 : West*; 

j 1 hos. Grofvenor 
John Egertdn 

I 58 Chichester, 

James Bq Pre 

G. Thomas 

sQ Chippenham, 
J. Maitland 
Jus Dawkins 

60 Cbristchurcb, 
Lt Hon. Geo. Rofc 

61 Cirencester i 
Mich. H. Beach 
Jofeph Cripps 

62 C///Lrc, 
Hon. Robert Curzoi 
James Gordon 

63 Cocksr mouth, 
Viscount Lowther 
Sir Tames Graham 

64 Colchester, 
Robert Thornton 
R. H. Davis 

65 Cor if Castle, 
Hon N. Bosd 
H. Banks 

66 Curnivall, 
Sir William Lemon 
J. H. Tremayne, 



entry, 



67 C 
P. Moors 

William Mills 

68 CrickLide, 
Lord Portchefter 
Thomas Coddard 

69 Cumberland^ 
John Low the* 
Lord Morpeth 

yoIXartmwh, 
A. H. Iloldfworth 
Edmund Baltavd 

71 Denb+bsbire, 
Sir W. W. Wynne 

2 Denbigh T. 
Robt M. Hdcrolph 

73 Derbyshire, 
Ld G. H. Cavendifl 
£. M, Mundy 
74De,by, 
Edward Coke 
Wm Cavendifli 
75 Devizes, 
Jofhua Smith 
T. G. Eitcourt 

76 Devonshire, 
Sir Lawrence Palk 
John P. Ballard 

77 Dorsetshire, 
Wm M. Pitt 
E. B. Portman 

78 D',rii:e;:er, 

Hon. Aihley Cooper 

I Rob. Williams 
79 Dover, 
iCharles Tenkinfon 
I John Jackfon 

80 poittnton, 
Hon. B. Bouverie 
Sir T. Plumer 

8* Drvittvitb, 
Hon. Andrew Foley 
SirT. E. Winnington 

82 Dunivieb, 
Lord Huntingfield 
L Snowdon Barne 
8.3 Durhamshire, 
Ralph Milbanke 
Sir H V. Tempest 
170 



I 84 Durban, 

R. T. Lambton 
Richard Wharton 
8^ Eust-Looc, 
D. V. Heyden 
Sir Edward Buller 

86 St EJmor shiny, 
Lord Cha. Eitzroy 
1 .ord Templeton 

87 Essex, 
John Bullock 
Adm. Harvey 

88 E-ve^ham, 
Wm Manning 
Humphrey Howarth 
89 Exeter, 

Sir C W. Bampfylde 
James Buller 

QO Eye, 

Hon. H. Weilefley 
M, Singleton 

91 Flintshire, 
Sir Thos Moflyn 

92 Flint, 

Wm Shipley 

93 Foivey 
Hon. R. P. Carew 
Rt. Wigram 

94 Gatton, 
Sir Mark Wood 
G. B. Greenoujh 

95 St Germains, 
Sir J. S. Vorke 
Matthew Montagu 
96 Giant rransbire, 
Lh h . a ^> \\ y lid ham 
97 Gloucestershire, 
Lord R. H Spmerfc 
Hon. G. C. Berkel] 

)8 Gloucester, 
Henry Howard 
Rt Morris 

99 Grampovr.d. 
William Holmes 
Hon. G A. Cochran 

100 Grantham, 
Fho. Thornton 
Win E Welby 



IC5 Harnvtch, 

ohn H. Addington 
\V. Huikiffon 

106 Haslemere, 
Rt. Hon. Chaa. Long 
Robert Ward 

107 Hastings, 
Rt Ho* G. Canning 
Sir A. Hume 

left Ha-\rf or divest, 
Lord Kenfington 

fcOg Helleston, 
Sir J. St. Aubin 
Lord Dnfferiri 

no Herefordshire, 
Tho. Foley 
Sir J. G. Cottercll 

III Hereford, 
R. P. Scudamore 
T. P. Symonds 

112 Hertfordshire. 
Sir J, S. Sebright 

113 Hertford, ■ 
Hon. E. S Couper 
Nichol'on C;<lvert 

114 Hexdon, 
Geo. Job;; it one 
Anthony Brown 

1 1 ' H-\U bury, 

Vifc. F it 'hnrr's 
Churles Moore 
1 16 H'nhnin Ferrers, 
Hon. \V Windham 

117 /fwafcn, 
Benjamin Hobhoufe 
Willi am Beek ford 



Hor.rtm % \ !& Leicester * 

C Bradliiav,*,S?.m-;e! Smith 

Thos Babingfon 

135 LeottHnster, 
Sir John Lubbock 
Henry Bonham 

136 Lhicrret, 
Hon. Wm Elliot 
Vifc. Hamilton 

137 Letfu'hliel, 
George Hoi ford 
Ebenezar Maitiand 

138 Lekves, 
Henry Shelly 
Thomas Kemp 
I 139 Lyme Rerris, 



11 
Hon..' 

Sir C. Hamilton 
1 19 Horsham, 
Jofeph Myarrot 
Henry Goulding 
120 Huwtihgdvfshire 
Vifc. Hinchinbrook 
W. H. Fellowes 

121 Huntingdon, 
W. M. Farmer 
John Calvert 

122 Hyibe 
Wm. Deed^ 
Thomas Godfrey 

1 2 3 Ilvechester, 
Hon. R. B. Sheridan iLord Burgherfh 



M. A. Taylor 

1 24 Ipsivich, 
Sir EL Pophum 
R. A. Criekitt 

125 St Ives, 
iamuel Stephens 

Sir W. Stirling 

126 Kent, 
^ir Edw. Knatchbull 
Wm Honeywood 

127 Kings Lynn, 
1 .ord Walpole " 
sir M. B. Folkes 

l2o Kingston, 

Vifcourit Mahon 
John Staniforth 

1*9 Kneresbotough, 
Lord OfTulfton 
Lord J. To-, iftfend 

130 Latitasbire, 
Thomas Stanley 
John Blackburn 

: -i Lane j sic r. 
JohnTVr.t 
Peter Patten 

132 Laniicesiou. 
Al. Bennet 
James Brcgden 

133 Leice'stenbire, 
G. A. L. Kcck 



Lord R obt Marine rs! 



Henry Fane 

140 Lincolnshire. 

Hon.G.A. Pelham 
Cha. Chaplin 

141 Lincoln, 
Richard Ellifon 
Earl of Mexborough 

142 Litciyftld, 
George Anion 
George Vernon 

143 Liverpool, 
Gen. Ifaac Gafcoyne 
Gen. B. Tarleton 

144 London, 
James Shaw 

Sir William Curtis 
Sir Charles Price 
Harvey C. Combe 

145 Ludloiv. 
Lord Vifc. Clive 
Henry Clive 

146 Ludrer shall, 
Thomas Everitt 
M. D. Magens 

147 Lym'mgion, 
Cot. C. I>uckctt 
yjlin Knjgtt n 

14" Maid, tone, - 
; George Longman 
[Geo- Simp-on 



149 Maiden, 
Jof. H. Sturt 
C. C. Western 

150 Mahnsbury 
Sir G. Bowyer 
Philip Gcll 

15'i Malt on, 
Bryan Cooke 
Hon. R. L. Duixlas 

152 Marlborough^ 
Vifc. Stopford 
Lord Bruce 

153 Marlow, 
Owen Williams 
P. Grenfell 

154 St Maws, 
Vise. Ebington 
Earl Gower 

t f 6 St Michael, 
Sir Jas. Hall 
C. T. Brercton 
L$S Merionethshire) 

Sir R. W. Vaughan 

158 Middlesex ', 
William Mdlifh 
CJeorgs Byng 

157 Midhurst, 
Hon. J. Abercromby 
Thos. Thompson 

159 Mtlborn Port 
Lord Paget 
Hugh Leycefter 

160 Mineb'ead, 
I. F, Luttrdl 
John BenisoO 

l6l Monmouthshire, 

Lord A Somerfet 
Sir Charles Morgan 

162 Monmouth, 
Lord Chas Somerfet 
l6 } Montgomeryshire 
C. W. W. Wynne 
164 Montgomery) 
Whitfhed Keene 

165 M»rp?:h. 

Hon . Win Howard 
William Or'd 

166 Newark, 
Hen. Wilioughby 



Gen. StapictonCotton 
167 Netvcast.un Line. 
Edw W. Bootle 
J. Macdor.ald 
68 Newcast. up. Tyne. 
Sir M. W. Ridley 

C. J. Brandling 
169 Neivport> Corn. 

Wm Northey 
Ed. Morris 
I/O Newport Hants, 
Vifc. Palmerfton 
Sir A. Wellefley 

171 Newton, Lane. 
J. I. Blackburne 
Peter Heron 

172 Newton, Hants 
B. P.Blackford 
Hon. G. Pelham 

173 Nor foil) 
Thos W. Coke 
Sir H. Astley 

174 Northallerton) 
Henry Pierfe 
Hon. Edw. LafceUes 

1 75 Northamptonshire, 
Lord Vifc. Althorp 
Wm R. Cartwright 
176 Northampton) 
Hon. E. Bouverie 
Hon. Sp. Percival 
177 Northumberland) 
Earl Percy 
T. R. Beaumont 

178 Norwich 
John Paterfon 
Wm Sniith 
179 Nottinghamshire 
Vifc. Newark 
A. H. Eyre 

180 Nottingham) 

D. P. Coke 
John Smith 

i8t Oakham pton. 
Albany Saville 
G. L. Wardle'. 

182 Or ford Supf. 
Vise. Sloane juri. 
Lord H. Moore 



183 Oxfordshire) 
[LordF. hpencer 
IJohn Fane 
I 184 Oxford City, 
Francis Burton 
J. L. Lockhart 

185 Oxford Univ 
Sir Wm Seott 
Charles Abbot 

186 Pembrokeshire 
Lord Milford 

187 Pembroke, 
Hugh Barlow 

188 Penrxhn, 
Chas Lemon 
Henry Swann 

89 Peterborough 
French Lawrence 
Hon. Wm Elliot 

190 Peiersfield, 
H. Jolliffe 

Hon. B. Grey 

191 Plymouth, 
Sir C. M. Pole 
Fhomas Tyrwhitt 

192 Ply mp ton 
Lord Caftfereagh 
Hon.W.AihtonHar- 
bord 
193 Pontefracl, 
Vifc. Pollington 
R. P. Milnes 

194 Poole, 
J. Jeffrey 
Sir R- Bickerton 

19; Portsmouth, 
Adnr. Markham 
Sir T. Miller 

196 Preston, 
Lord Stanley 
Sam. Horrocks 
197 Queevborouvb, 

Hon. J. C. Villers 
jof. Hunt 

198 Radnorshire, 
W. Wilkins 

199 New Radnor, 
Richard Price 



2CO Heading, 
'ha. S. Lofevrc 
ohn Simeon 

201 East Retard 
Charles Crauturd 
Win fagleby 

202 Richmond, 
Hon. C. L. Duudas 
Hon* L. Dundas 
20] Rippon, 
Hon. F.Rooinfon 
Geo Gipps 

204 Rochester, 
[ohn Galcraft 



210 tibaftsbcry, 
E. L. Loveden 
Rt Hon. T. Waflaoe 

217 Socrebjv?, 
Sir C. M. Burrell 
Timothy Shelley 

2l8 Shrewsbury, 
Hon. William Hill 
iThos. Jones 
i 219 Somersetshire, 
T.fi.Lethbtfdge 
iW. Dickenfon 
' 220 Southampton'^ 
G. H. Rofe 
irT.BouldeuThom- Josias Tackfon 
fan 221 Sout^i-- irk, 



205 Afrw -£-- 
! .Ail of Clonmcl ' 
Hon. GAihimrnham 
; 206 Rstfandsbire, 
;i.ord Honniker 
j.J. Noel No.;l 
20; Rye, 
William Jacob 
R. Lufhiugton 

208 Rygate, 
fames Cocks 
ti<>n. Ed. C. Cocks 

209 Saty>, 
[. Kynafton Powell 
I ohn Cotes 

210 Sattash, 
\ut:h<:\vRi:nl!l 
John Pedley 

2ri Sandwich, 
J. S. Rainier 
i Ion. C. Jciikinfon 
212 Nenv Saruat\ 
William Huffey 
\ r ifc. Folkeftone 

213 Old Sarm», 
foftas D. Porcher 
iion. N. Vanfittart 

214 Scarv-jyr, ugh, 

. ion. Edm. Phipps 
C. M. Sutton 



215 Seaford, 
1 Leach 
Geo, Hibbert 



j;>hn Lead' 



TT 



Henry Thornton 
^ir T. Turton 

222 Staffordshire. 
i ,ord G. ) * Gowef 
Sir F.dw Lyttleton 

23 St rfm d, 
'lion. E. Mojikton 
R. M. Phillips 
224 Stamford, 
sran Foulkes 
Gen. Albem, Bertie 

7 25 Steytiing, 
Jr.. Martin I ,loyd 
Robert Hurft 

226 SinckLriJve, 

J.F.Bafkam " 

George Porter 

227 Sudbury, 
Sir J. C Hippilley 
E. F. Agar 

228 S,'fo!t, 
Sir Charles Bunbury 
T. S.Gooch 

229 Surry, 
Samuel Thornton 
G. H. Sumner 

230 Sussex, 
Hon. W. Wyndham 
}ohn Fuller 

230 Tamtvorth. 
Sir Robert Peele 
William Loftus 



232 Tainsti„J 
Lord W. RufleU 
Rt. Hn. G. Ponfonby 

233 Tauni'iTt, 
John Hammet 
Alex. Baring 

234 Trrviii-sbtn y, 
C. H. Tracy 
C. Ccdrfngtbn 

235 Ttetford, 
Lord W. Fitzrny 
j'i'iios Creevy 

236 %birsle, 
'Robert Greerihifl 
iWm Franklaud 

237 T ; verior, 

|Hon. Rich. Ryder 
Wm Ktzftugh 

• 238 TUnes s, ■ 
Willis-- Adams 
Benjamin Hall 

Tames O CaUaghan 
W, G. Lang', en 
240 Truro. 
C. E. P. 'Fownlhend 
John Lemon 

241 WaU'tngfori, 
W; L. Hughe* 
Richard Bcnyon 
2^2 WaV'hai?, 

.Sir S. Romilly 
Hon. J. W. Ward 

243 M'ami'l /;/, 
Dug. S. Dugdale 
Sir C. Mordumt 

244 Warwick; 
Lord Brooke 
Charles Mills 
245 WdU, 
Clem, I udway 
Cha. Wm Taylor 

246 Wettdv9er\ 
Francies Horner 
George "Smith 

247 Wenlock, 
Cecil forrefter 
Hon. John Simpfon 



248 Weobly, 
Lord G. Thynne 
Lord Gut rnfey 

249 Westbury, 
Hon. E. Lalcelles 
Glynn Wynn 

250 Wcsi-Lce, 
fames Buller 
S*. Allen Daniel 

251 Westminster, 
Lord Cochrane 
-'ir 1'. Burdttt 

25 z Westmoreland 
Lord Munc .titer 
James Lowther 

2J3 Weymouth, ike 
Sir Jas Pultency 
G. Tucker T.Steward 
R. Steward 
Chas Adams 

254 Whitcchutch, 
Hon. W. Rroderick 
Hon WA.Towniheml 



( ±55 Wigon, 
IT. Hodfon 
JR. H. Leigh 

256 Wilton 
C. Herbert 
jRalph Sheldon 

257 Wiltshire, 
Henry P. Wyndbam 
Rich. Long 

?■ J b Winchelsca 
Sir 6. Moscly 
Calverly Bewick e 

2^9 Winchester, 
Sir Rich. Gam >ri 
Sir H. P. S: John 

Mildmay 
260 Windsor, 

Ed. Ditfrtw 
R. Ramfbottoiii 

261 Woodstock, 
! Sir H.W. Daftwood 
Hon. W. E. Eden 



I 262 rf'crcestershire, 

Hon. Wm Lygon 

Hon. W. Lyttieton 

263 Worcester, 
Abraham Roberts 
Wm Cordon 
264 Wootton Basset 
ren. Jo. Murray 
Benj. Walfh 

65 Chiping Wycomb 
Sir J. Dafhwoocl King 
Thos Baring 
265 Tar mouth, Great, 
Hon. E. Harbord 
Giffin Wilson 

267 Tarm. Wight, 
Ld. Vise. V^lcntia 
Adm. Sir John Ord 
2 58 Yorkshire, 

Wm Wiiberforcc 
Vile. Milton 
269 2 or^, 
Sir W. M. Milner 
Sir M. N.Sykcs 



S C O T L A N D.— 45 

COUNTIES. 



Aberdeen, J. Fergufon 
yiyr, David Boyle, iW. Gen 
Ar\r\le, Ld J. Campbell 
JBamjfi Sir Wm Grant 

Berwick, George Baillie 
Bute, Sir J. Sinclair 

Kinr.lff Clackm.Gcn.Clephzne 



1 
2 

3 

4 
5 

6 

7 

8 Dumbarton, Henry Glafsford: 23 Perth 

9 Dumfries, Win [• Hope 1 24 ^«y) 
to 
11 
12 

14 

•J 
U 

ja 
J3 

J5 



1 6 Kirkcudbright ,Hn.M.Ste war t 

17 Lanark, Ld A. Hamilton 

18 Linlithgoiv, Hon. A. Hope 

19 Moray & Elgin, P W Grant 

20 Nairntk Cromarty, E.M'Leod 

21 Orkney, Malcolm Laing 

22 Peebles, Sir J. Montgomery 



Lord Ja. Murray 
Wm Macdewall 
Edinburgh, Hon. k. Dundas j 25 .fffctt, Maj.-Gen.A.M. Frafer 
-fi/tf, General W. Wemyfs 26 Roxburgh, John Rutherfurd 
Forfar, Hon. Wm Maule I 27 Sjelkiri, Wm Elliot Lockhart 
Haddington, Hon. C. Hope j 28 Stirling, Hon. C. E. Fleming 
Inverness, Charles Grant ' 29 Sutherland, J. R. M'Kenzie \ 
Kincardine, William Adam '30 Wigtbk, LtCol. W. Maxwell) 

BOROUGHS. 

Edinburgh, Sir Patrick Murray, Bart. 

Aberd. lnverb. Montr. Arbr. Brechin, James larquhar 

2 A r, Irvine, Itinerary, Roths. & CambeJt. John Campbell 
str.E. iff IV. Crail',Kilrenny, W Pitten. Sir John Anitruther 
Dumf ties , Sanquhar, Annan, L och m. Kirkcudbr. S ir J. SH. Max W eUl 



I $6 Banff, Cullen, Kin to re, Flg:n f &* Invefurj t Arch. Colquhoun 
37 Glasgow, Renfrew, Rutherglen, Dumbarton, Arch. CampbeU 
I38 Inverness, Fort rose, Nairn, \sf Forres, Peter Bailie 

39 Jedb. Hadd. Lauder, Dunbar, N. Berwick, Sir Geo Warrancler 

40 Kingborn, Dysart, KirkcaUy, & Burntisland, R.C.Ferguflu:: 

41 Selkirk, Peebles, Linlithgow, & Lanark, Wm Maxwell 



44 Utranr. Wigton, w aiiporn, i\. Lraisoway 

45 Tain, Dingwall, Dornock, Wick, Kirkwall, W. H. Freemantle 



I 

I Antrim county, 

Hon. J.B.R.O'Neil 

Edm. A. M'Naghtcn 

2 Armavh county, 
W. Richardfon 
Wm Brownlow 

3 Armagh town, 
Dr P. Duigenan 

4 Atblone, 
J. F. Turner 

5 Bandon Bridge, 
Rt Hon . G. Tierney 

6 Belfast, 
Edward May 

7 Carickfergus. 
Jas Craig 

8 Cash ell, 
Quintin Dick 

9 Carlow county, 
David Latouche 
Walter Bagenal 

IO Carlow town, 
And. Scrachan 

II Caiian county, 
John M. Earry 
Nath. Sneyd 

12 Clare county, 
Aug. Fitzgerald 
Sir E. O'Brien 

13 Clonmel 
Wm Bagwell 

14 Cork, county, 
Vifc. Bernard 
Hon. Geo. Ponfonby 

15 Cork city, 
Mount. Longtkld 



RELAN D.— 100. 

15 Cork city, . 3° Gal way county 

Hon. C. Hutchinfon Hon. D.B.'Daly ' 



1 5 Colerai/tej 
Walur Jones 

17 Donegal county, 
Sir James Stewart 
SirH.C.Montgomery 

18 Down county, 
Francis Savage 
Hon. J. Meade 

M)Downpatrick, 
J. W. Croker 
20 Drogheda, 

Hon. J. H lofter 

21 Dublin county, 
Hans Hamilton 
R W. Talbot 

22 Dublin city, 
Henry Gratran 
Robert Shaw 

23 Dublin College, 
J. Leflie Fofter ° 

24 Dundalk, 
Tho. Hughan 

25 Dungannon, 
Lord C. rlamilton 

26 Dunvar-jon, 
Hon. Geo.'Walpole 

27 Funis, 
William Fitzgerald 

28 Ennislillen, 
Chas. Pochin 
29 Fermanagh county 
Gen. M Archdall 
Gen. G. L. Cole 



Rich. Alartin 

31 Galwaytown, 
James Daly^ 

32 Kerry, county, 
Maurice Fitzgerald 
H. A. Herbert 

22 Kildare county, 
{.Lord H. Fitzgerald 
Robert Latouche 

34 Kilkenny county, 
Fk>n F. Ponfonby 
Hon Jas Butler 
25 "Kilkenny city, 

Hoti. Cha. EutLr 

26 Kif.g's county, 
Hardrefs Llyod 
Thomas Bernard 
37 Kiwle, 

Henry Martin 

38 Lett rim county, 
Hen. J. Clements 
J. Latouch, jun. 

39 Limerick county, 
W. Odell 
Hon. W. Ouin 

40 Lime/ ici city, 
Larks Vcreker 
41 Liiburn 

Earl of Yarmouth 

42 Londonderrx county^ 
Lord Geo. Beresford 
jHon. C. W. Stewart 

43 Londonderry city , 
'Sir G. Fitz. Hill ' 



44 -t-jong+ord county , 

Sir T. Feather Iton 
Vifc'ount Forbes 

45 Louth county , 
fion. John Fofter 
Hon.], Jocelyn 
46 Malloiv, 
Denham Jephfon 

47 Afayo county, 
Hon. H. A. Dillo 
Hon. 1). Browne 

48 Meath county, 
Sir M. Sommerville 

r. Biigh 

49 Monwrhati county 
C. P. Lellie 

50 Neivry, 
Hon. F. Nee'dham 

51 Portarlingtdn, 

Hon W. Lambe 



Z' 



'" ^U'' L ' n s count' 

Hon. W. W. Pol 
Henry Parnell 
53 Roseommmon county 
Arthur Trench 
Hon. S. Mahon 

54 Nciv Ross 
Wm Wigram 

55 Sligo county, 
Charles O'Hara 
Edw. Sing Cooper 

56 Sligo toivn, 
Col. Geo. Canning 
57 lipperary county, 
Hon. M. Mathew 
Hon. F. A. Prittie 

58 Tralec 
J. Steeven 

59 Tyrone county, 

I James Stewart 



Hon. 'JL. Knox 

60 Water ford county 
J. C. Beresford 
Riehard Power 

6 1 Wat erf 1 rd city , 
Sir J. Newport 

62 Westnzeath county , 
G. Rochfort 
H. R. Pakenham 

63 Wexford aunty, 
Abel Ram 

|VV. C.Alcock 

64 Wexford toil.-, 

Rich. Neville 
69 Wickloiv county, 
W. H. Hume 
Wm Tighe 

60 1'oughall 

Sir J. Keane 



C/fr£r a/?</ Officers of the House <f Commons. 

John Hatfell, Efq; C/.ri 0/ <& /&»«* 0/ bt*mn* 

! John Ley, Efq; Deputy. Jeremiah Dyfon, Ai 

I Geo. White. Efq: Clerk cf ike Committee of Priv.lges, ani Chrl 



of the Schcl Committees f.r trying fLttclions. 
rohn Dorrington, Efq; 



at tb 



h Fi 



HOME. 

Secretary, 
Lord Hawkesbury 

Under 'Secretaries. 
Jo Becket, Efq; 
Hon. C. Tenkinfod 



SECRET AR J E 6 of S T A T E. 

FOREIGN. 

Secfi iury, 
Ft Hon G Canning 

Under Secretaries, 
Hon Mr Bagot 
Geo. Hammond 



C"T.ONIF.S, 

Secretary, 
Lord Ca*tlercagb 
Under Secrttum 

Edw. Cooke 

Hon. C. Stewart 
St. Rolleston, GdnHif*ivritfr 1 And. Strahan, Gaz. Printei 

JohnBruce, Keeper of StatePapcrs J Chas GodcTard, transmitter 



PR I VT SEAL OFFICE. 

Earl of Westmorland, Lord Privy Seal 360c/. 

R. Grcnville, J. Reynardfcn, J. M'^onald, J. H. Carles, Clh. 



T R E A S U R T. 
Duke of Portland, jfrst Lord Com#issiiwer\ 400c/ 
<ight Hon. S. Perceval, Hon. j. Fester, Hon. W. Elliot, 

W. Sturges Bourne, W, Brcderick, £*qs; Lords Gommis 

sioners, Iboci 
Wm Huskison, Efq. & Hon. A. Wellesley,yo&* Secretaries. 
C. 1 itchndd. Solicitor- -H. Bftfugharn, Efq. Strfi at Arms. 



I RECEIPT cf EXCHEQUER. 

Rt Hon. Spencer Perceval, Chancelkr and Trcas:tr;r, iZocl. 
!Lord Grenville^i^/or 4000/. — Geo. Rofe, Efq; Keep, of Recards. 
'Marquis of Buckingham, Earl Camden, Earl B-thurfi, and 
j H.OU. Ft". Eden, Tellers of Exchequer. 

IHon. H. Addington, Clerk of the Pells. E. W. Roberts, Efq: Df. 
Hon. Fred. North & M. Burgoyne, Chamberlains cf Tally Court. 
M. Sergent Praed, Hon. B. Bouverie, F. P. Eliot, R. Dawkins, 
Chas. Moore, J. Sargent, J. Anstey, J. Wishaw, Phil. Daer, 
and Lewis Jenkins, Commissioners of Public Accounts. 
Barne Barne, E. Medaws, and H. Hodgion, Commissioners of 
Tax-Office, 500/. each. M. Winter, Sec. 



ADMIRALTY OFEICE. 
Lord. Mulgrave, first Lord Commissioner 3000/. 
Lords Commissioners, IOOO/. eaqh. 
Robert Ward I Vise. Palmerston j James Buller 

Sir R. Bickerton | Wm. Hope j Wm Domett 

Hon W Pole, Sec Jo. Barrow, id Sec. 

Sir Wm Scott,JudgeAdm.Court,l^izl. SirJ-NicholljAV-r-^c/.G^, 
Sir Geo Ducket, Judge- A J-.,, ate to the Fleet, 182/. ic,-. 

^navy^'at\'^victl^al^ng^offices. 

Right Hon. George P.ose Trea-urtr cf the Navy, 4000/. 

John Smith, Efq; Paymaster and Ac, mptant, JCO/. 

John Swarfield, Hep. Pay masnr of Seamen* Wage*. 

Sir T. B. Thomfon, Comptroller rf //;„- Navy, 1500/. 

Sir J. F. Hamvell, Deputy Cuoi^tr.iLr^ nool. 

Sir Wiliiam Rule, and Hairy Peak, Efq; Sar-vcyors 
Principal Officers and Commissioners, 

Sam. Gambier, Efq; Hon. H. Legge, Hon Ed. Bouverie, J. D 
Thomfon, Efq; T. Hamilton, Efq. and liaac Schoinbei-g. 

R. A. Nelfon, See. Geo. Smith, id Sec. 

Sir Rob. Barlow, Resident Commissioner at Chatham, IOOO/. 

if on. G. Grey, Resident Commissioner at Portsmouth, IOOC/. 

Rob. Fauihaw, Resident Commissioner at Plymouth XGOoA 

Wm Brown, Co?nm:ssioner at She. mass, icool. 

Tohn Nickolfon Inglcfield, Commissioner at Halifax, loco/. 

W. G. Lobb, Commissioner at Malta, IO00L 

Jo. Marih, G. P. Towry, Wm Budge, R. S. Moody, Wm 
Bofcawen, John C. Searle, & Tho. Welfh, Efqrs. Commissioners 

Victualling Office. Wm Gofling, Secretary. 

Right Hon. Richard Ryder. Judge Adv. 

j as Bruce, Naval Storekeeper at L.eitb 2O0/. 



IV A R OFFICE. 
Rt Hon Sir Ja Mur Pulteney, Secretary at War. 
Fr. Moore, Efq; Deputy See. Rob Luki'n 1st Clerk, 
Rt Hon Cha Long, Lord C. H. Somerset, Paymasters-general. 
Lord A. H. Somerfet, Thos. P. Courteney, Deput y Paymaster i 

~X77 



HERALDS COLL EG £.—(1340.) 
Duke of Norfolk, Hereditary Earl Marsha!. 
Sir Ifaac Heard, Garter Principal King of Arris. 
George Harrifon, Efq; Clarencieux King of Arms. 
Ralph Bigland, Efq; Norroy King of Arms. 



KNIGHTS of the G A R T E R.—(i^.o.) 
The Sovereign Duke of Devonfhire D. of Rutland 

Prince of Wales Marq. Buckingham E. of Hardwicke 

Duke of York DofNortbumbcrland Duke of Beaufort 

IDuke of Clarence Earl of Chatham Marq. of Abercorn 
(Duke of Kent Marq. of Salifbury Earl of Pembroke 

|D. of Cumberland E. of Weftmoreland Earl of Winchelfea 
D. of Suflex Earl ofCarlifle Earl of Cheiterfield 

D. of Cambridge Duke of Buccleuch Earl of Dartmouth 
Duke of Gloucefter Duke of Portland Marq. of Stafford 
D. of Marlborough Earl Spencer Marquis of Hertford 

Duke of Grafton Earl Camden Earl of Lonsdale 

Bifhop of Winchcfter, Prelate. Bifhop of Salifbury, ChanceUo, 
Dean of Windfor, Rcgisf. — Sir Is. Heard, Garter Prince. 
Sir Erancis Molyneux, Usher of the Black Rod. 



KNIGHTS 



T II I S T L E.—(i5AO.) 



of the 
The Sovereign, 
Marq. of Lothian 
Earl of Aylefbury 
Duke of Montrofe 
Earl Poulett 

Dr L. W. Browne, Dean of Order. G.Dempfter, Efq; Sec. 300/. 
The Earl of Kinnoull, Lord Lyon King of Arms, 600/. 
R. Quarme, Efq; Gentleman Usher of 'the Green Rod, icol. 
KNIGHTS 



Duke of Clarence 
D, of Queenfberry 
Earl of Rofebery 
Duke of Gordon 



Earl of Morton 
Duke of Atholl 
Vifc. Cathcart 
Earl of Aberdeen 



the ±1 A T H, 



The Sovereign Wm A. Pitt 

Duke of York "Win Medows 

R. Gunning RtAbercromby 

Ld Blaquire Ld Whitworth 

Vifc. Howe Lord Keith 
E. Malnufburyjof. Banks 

E. St Vincent J. B. Warren 

Vifc. Galway Alured Clarke 

J Geo. Yonge .J. H. Craig 

jVif. Brulport John Colpoys 



T. Graves 
Ld Hutchinfon 
r. Trigge 
I.T.Duckworth 
J. Saumurcz 
Eyre Coote 

iF. Craddock 
av. Dundas 
Hon. A. Paget 
Hn.HA\ r elef!ely 
Samuel Hood 



.139? ) 
Hon.G. Ludkn* 
John Moore 
K. of Northefk 
R. J. Strachan I 
J. S"tuart 
Hn A. Cochrane. 
Ph. Francis 
G. H. Barlow I 
Vifc- St rang for d ! 
R. G. Keats 



[Lord Henly Hen. Harvey 

Dean of Westminster, Dean of the Order 
\ J. P. Cullum, Efq; Path King of Arms 

Geo. Naylor, Efq; Genealogist, ijf Plane Ccitrsier h\raU 
{ Hon. C. Stanhope, Reg'st. iff Secretary 



d, Ge 



W ,f the Red Rod, & Priais. H&«ld\ 



Sir Ifaac Heai 
Kni ghts Bannrets — Henry 'Frollope & Geo. Fairfax. 



C MMlTrEl «f COUNCIL rJati.g to TRADE and 
FOREIGN PLANTATIONS. 
Earl Bathnrft, President. Earl of Clancarty 

Rt Hop. G. Rofe, Vice. Pres. JLord Redcfdak 
Right Hon. Ld Fred. Campbell 'And Principal Officers of State 
Lord Ghftonbury Secretaries, 

Mafter ox the Rolls jSir Stephen Cottrell 

Right Hon. Sir Wm Wynne j William Fawkener, Efq; 
Lord Whitworth IGeo. Chalmers, Efq; Chief Clerk 



HIGH COURT of CHANCERY. 

Ld Eldon, Ld High Chanc. Rt Hon. Sir W. Grant, Mast. ofRdL 

Masters i/: Charcery. 



Ed. Morris 



5. C. Cox (John Ord /John Harvey 

To Campbell |J. Stanley Rob. Steele 

F. P. Stratford {Alex. Popham John Simeon 

Nic. Smith, Efq; Accountant General. 

Duke of St Albans, Principal Rjyster. 

Eari Buthurft and Hon. Apfky Bathurft, Clerls of tie Croti 

Hon. Apfley Bathurlt, Clerk in Dispensation Office. 



C U R T cf K I NG's BENCH. 
Lord Elknborough, Lord Chief Justice, 4jco/. 
Sir N. Grofe, Sir S. Le Blanc, & Sir John Bailey, judges, 3000/. 
Lord Kenyon.GWc.riJrr'i'. J. Tempter, il/crf. rfCr.Off. 
Henr^' Barlow, Clk. rules in Cro-wn Off. 
Sir Vicarv Gibbs. Attor. Gen. Sir 'Fhos. Plomer, Scl. Gen. 



COURT cf COMMON PLEA S. 
Sir Jas. Mansfield Lord Chief Justice, 4500/. 
_ i,Efq: Sir S. Lawr 
h.r F. Eden, Mrs Browning 



;J. Heath, Efq: Sir S. Lawrence, & Sir A. Chambre, Judges, 300-0. 
iwning,Lady Moysten, J. Hankin, Cust. Bren 



C U RT >f E X C H E %J7 £ R. 

Right Hon. Spencer Perceval, Chancellor. 

Sir Arch. Macdonald, Lord Chief Baron, 400c/. 
jbir A.Thomfon, Sir R. Graham, Sir George \Yood,]3aron> , 2400I 1 
iRc Hon. Thos Steele, Kir.g"s Remem. A. Moyfey, D-ef. 
;Srowdew Bame, Lord Treasurer's Rememh. R. Edmunds, Dep, 
|F. Maff^res, Efq; Curs. Baron. H. Brougham, Efq; Serj. at Arms 
[$Oha W. Heneage, Efq; Hereditary Chie f Usher. 

I DUCHY COURT of LA Is CA S TER. 

jRt. Hon. S.Perceval, Chancellor, j John Millar, Efq. Sec 
[fphri Ord, Efq; Attor. Gen. Alex. Popham, Efq. Auditor. 

jT. Plumer, King's Serj. \ 

I OFFICERS if bis Majesty's MINT. 

|Sir W. James, Warden, 450/. 1 R. Binglf y, Assay-master, 325/ 
• Hon.H.Bathurft, Master 2paql\ Lewis Pingo, chief Engr.iool. 
I iohr.Tekcll, Comptroller , 350/. J S. Percival, Surv. fMelLiyJ. 



*;9 



P OS T-OFFIC £.—(1660.) 
E. of Sandwich & E. of Chichester, Postmasters General. 5000/ 
Francis Freeling, Sec. •.J.WyldboreAcct.forByeLeHen 

Thos. Alortlock,Eiq; Receiver--^. P. Barlow, Inspector of Dead 

General. ' mis-sent Letters. 

John Spencer, Accompt-Gen. Ar. Stanhope, Compt For. Office 
Fran. Freeling, Principal Sww.jH. Darlot, Deputy. 
T.Hafker,,W<7;. of MailCoaches. t T. Hind, Clerk North Read. 



Rd Frewin 1 
Wra Roe j 
James Hume 



OFFICERS of tie CUSTOMS. 

Commissioners IOOO/. 
-,. . \ John Williams John Buller 

.batrnr\ £ ir Akx _ Monro Glocefter Wilfon 

I F. F. Luttrel James Willis 

H. Richmond, El'q. Secretary. Jiol. 
W. Cooper, A. Tyton, H.Hobhouse and W\ Earnshaw, Solicitors. 
D. of Manchefter, Col. out. — E. of Liverpool, Col. iniv. 
T. Taylor, Comptroller-General. 20QOl. 
Earl of Guildford, Comptroller inivards and ouiivards 
F.T.Walfh, Deputy. 
Earl of Chichefter, Sur. Gen. — G. A. Pechell, Res. Gen. 1000/. 



COMMISSIONERS of EXCISE 

Martin Whifli 1 Hon. J. L Olmius 

Ld Geo. Seymour Rob. Nicholas 
C. T. Maling I Hon. Aug. Phipps 

Thos. Burton, Sec. Z26I. 
G. J.Cholmondely,ii!m7wr-Gf' 

neral, 2500/. 
E. Milward, jun. Comptroller of 

Accompts, 142SI. 



-1250/. each. 

Wm Jackfon 
George Watfon 
Alex. Campbell 
C. H. Greville, Comptroller of 

the Cash, 850/. 
R. Ston hewer, Auditor, 1240/, 
Jn. Vivian, & Th. W. Carr. 
Solicitors. 



COMMISSIONERS, life, of STAMP-DUTIES. 



James Bindley 
Wm Lake 
Hon W. Spexcer 
C. E. Beresford. 



E. F. Hatton H. Bouverie 

G. N. Neyle 800/. each. 

Hen. Hallam 
•c. 300/. — Jofeph Smith, Rec. Gen. 6ocl. 



CITY OF LONDON. 

Charles Flower, Lord Mayor. J Rich. Clark, Efq; Chamberlain. 

Aid. Tof. Jon. Smith \ o h - ffr John Sylvefter, Recorder. 

Aid. CI. St. Hunter $»**.$*, | R Woodthorpe, Clerk 

BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Sir John Sinclair, Preses. 
John Smith, Treasurer. 
Arth. Young, Secretary. 



BANK OF ENGLAND. 
John Whitmore, Governor. 
John Pearfe, Dep. Gov. 
Robert Eeft, Secretary. 



180 



UNIVERSITIES. 

OXFORD. 

Duke of Portland, Chancellor. Lord Elden, High Steward. 
Dr John Parfon, Vice Chancellor. 

Pro- Vice- Chancellors. 
Mich. Marlow, President of St Johns College* 
Whit. Landon, Prov. of Worcester College 
Dav. Hughes, Principal of Jesus College. 
W. Tourney, Warden ofWr.dbam College. 
CAMBRIDGE. 

D. of Grafton, Cbane. E. of Hardwicke, High Steward. 
Hd Pearson, Vice. Cbanc. W. Hunt, Ass. J. Fisher, Commiss. 

ETON COLLEGE. 
Dr J. Davies, Provost. Dr Goodall, Upper Master. 


GREENWICH HOSPITAL. 

Vifc. Hood, Mast. 
J. Bourchier, Lt. Gov. 
Sir J. Colpoys, Treas. 

Haslar Hospital, 
Charles Craven, Efq. Gov.. 

Plymouth Hospital, 
Rich. Creyke, Efq. Gov. 

Deal Hospital, 
Lt. P. Dowers, Gov. 


CHELSEA HOSPITAL. 

Sir D. Dundas, Gov. 

Sam. Hulse, Lt. Gov. 

Lt Col. Mathews, Maj\ 

Geo. Acklam, Adj. 

George Auft, Sec. 

W. Haggit, and R. Yates, Chaps. 

Ben. Mofdey, Phys. , 

Tho. Keate, Surg. 

R. R. Graham, Apoth. 


MINISTERS ABROAD. 1 FOREIGN MINISTERS. 

Sweden, Merry, Efq. Sweden, Chev. de Brinckman 

Spain, Rt. Hon. J. H. Frere \Pomerania, Baron Nolckcn 
Portugal, Hon. J. Villiers \ Hesse Cassel, R. Lorentz, Efq. 
"Sardinia, H. Mellifh \Har.over, Count M. Meinhovel 
America, Hon. D. M. Erfkine Spain, Adm. Apoeadaca 
Two Sicilies Sir W. Drummond S'dlies, Prince Caftelcicala 
Seven Islands, Sp. Foresti ^Sardinia, Count de Front 
Brazils, Vifc. Strangford America, Win Pinckney, Efq. 
\Braziis, Chev. de Couttraho 


CONSULS 

Aleppo, John Barker 
Algiers, Jo. Falcon 
Carol'uias, Iffc. B. Moodie 
Circle of Westphalia, H. Hay man 
Faro, John Lempriere 
Gottenhrg, J. Smith 
Lisbon, Sir James Gambier 
Louisiana, A. M'Neill. 
Madeira, Jof. Pringle 
Madrid. 
Massacbttseti, Andrew Allen 


ABROAD. 

Maryland, Wm. Wood 
Morocco J. Green 
New-York, Thomas Barclay 
Philadelphia, Phineas Bond 
Tripoli, W. W. Langford 
Tunis, J. Rofe 
Virginia, John Hamilton 
Canary Islands, Peter Favene 
Swedish Con. London, Ciaefgrili 
Ditto Leith, Robert Wight 



\U 



1784 

[789 

1799 

i8oi 
1764 
1766 

1786 

1789 
1 7.9 1 



1799 

1800 



1327 
1543 
1620 
1621 
1622 

1627 

1628 
1647 
1661 
1684 
1691 
1716 
1722 
1725 
1733 
1739 
1748 
i75i 
1753 
1756 



IRELAND, 

PEERS of the BLOOD ROYAL. 
His Royal Highnefs Frederick, Earl of Uliter 
His Royal Highnefs W. Henry, Earl of Munftef 
His Royal Highnefs Edward Earl of Dublin 
His Royal Highnefs Erneft Auguftus E. of Armagh 
His Royal Highnefs Auguftus Frederick, Baron Arklow 
His Royal Highnefs Adolnhus Frederick, E. ofTipperary 
His Highnefs William Frederick, E. of Connaught 
DUKE, * EUcd Sons, 

Fitz-Gerald, Duke of Leinfter Marq. of Kildare 

MARQUIS SES, 
Berc&fbrd, Marquis of Watcrford Ear] of Tyrone 
Hill, Marquis of Downfhire Eari of Hillfborough 

Chichefter, Marquis of Donegal Earl of Belfaft 
Moore, Marquis of Drogheda Earl Moore 
Wellefley, Marquis of Wellefley Earl of Mornington 
O'Brien, Marquis of Thomond Earl of lnchiquin 
Taylor, Marquis of Headfort Earl of Beclive 
Browne, Marquis of Sligo Earl of Altamont 

Loftus, Marquis of Ely Earl of Loftus 

EARL S. 

Eutkr, Earl of Ormond & Offory Lord Thurles 

De Burgh, Earl Clanricarde Lord Dunkellyn 

Boyic, Earl of Cork and Orrery Vifc. Dungarvan 

Nugent, Earl of Weftmeath Lord Delvin 

Dillon, Earl of Rofcommon Lord Kilkenny- Weft 

Fielding, Earl of Defmond- Vifc. Fielding 

Brabazon, Earl of Meath Lord Ardee 

Barry, Earl of Barrymore Vifc. Buttevant 

Plunket, Earl of Fingal Lord Killeen 

Lambert, Earl of Cavan Vifc. Kilcourfie 
Talbot, E. Watcrford & Wexford Lord Talbot 

Forbes, Flarl of Granard Lord Forbes 

De Ginkell, E. of Athlone Lord Aghrira 

Fitzwilliam, E. Fitzwilliam Vifc. Miltown 

Fitz-Maurice, Earl of Kerry Vifc. Clanmaurice 

Bligh, Earl of Darnley Lord Clifton 

Perceval, Earl of Egmont Vifc. Perceval 

Ponfonby, Earl of Befborough Vifc. Duncannon 

Butler, Earl of Carrick Vifc. Ikerrin 
Fitz-Patrick, Earl of Upper OfforyLord Gowran 

Petty, Earl of Shelburnc Vifc. Fitz-Maurice 

Boyle, Earl of Shannon Vifc. Boyle 

Skeffington, E. of Maffereene Lord Lough Neagh 

Butler, Earl of Lanefborough Lord Newton 
_—— - 



J75 6 

1759 

;6o 

1761 

17^2 

1763 

1766 

1767 
1706 
1771 

1776 



1777 
1781 
785 



Rochfort, Earl of Belvidere Vifc. Belfield 

Duff, Earl of Fife Vifc. MacDuff 

Ludlow, Earl of Ludlow Vifc. Prefton 

Carpenter, Earl of Tyrconnel Vifc. Carlmgford 

Rawdon Haftings, Earl of Moira Lord Rawdon 



1793 

1795 

1796 
1797 

1800 
51 

1803 



Gore, Earl of Arran 

Stopford, Earl of Courtown 

Leefon, Earl of Miltown 

Caulfield, Earl of Charlemont 

Savile, Earl of Mexborough 

Tournour, Earl of WinterfcoU 

St Lawrence, Earl of Howth 

King, Earl of Kingiton 

Molyneux, EarlofSefton 

Tocelyn, Earl of Roden 

Vaughan, Earl of Lifburne 

Meade, Earl of Clam\ illiam 

Temple, Earl of Nugent 

Crofbie, Earl of Glandore 

Stratford, Earl of A'ldborough 

Moore, Earl of Mount CafheU 

Dawfon, Earl of Portarlington 

Maxwell, Earl of Farnham 

Luttrcll, Earl of Carhampton 

Bourke, Earl of Mayo 

Pakenham, Earl of Longford 

Annefley, Earl of Annefley 

Cole, Earl of Ennifkiliin 

Creighton, Earl of Erne 

Proby, Earl of Carrysfort 

Butler, Earl of Kilkenny 

Howard, Earl of \V icklow 

Annefley, Earl of Mountnorris 

Cuffe, Earl of Defart 

Scott, Earl of Clonmell 

Fitzgibbon, Earl of Clare 

Clements, Earl of Leitrim 

Bingham, Earl of Lucan 

Stewart, Earl of Londonderry 

Corry, Earl Belmore 

Conyngham, Earl Conyngham 

Mathew, Earl Landaff 

O'Neil, Earl O'Neil 

Bernard, Earl of Bandon 

Stewart, Earl Caftleftewart 

Hutchinfon,Earl of Donoughmore Vile. Suirdale 

Alexander, Earl of Calledon Vifc. Alexander 

Brown, Earl of Kenmare Vifc. Caftleroffe 

Pery, Earl of Limerick Lord Glentworth 

V 2 183 



Vifc. Sudley 
Vifc. Stopford 
Vifc. Rufborough 
Vifc. Caulfield 
Vifc. Pollington 
Vifc. Tournour 
Vifc. St Lawrence 
Vifc. Kingfborough 
Vifc. Molyneux 
Vifc- Tocelyn 
Vifc. Vaughan 
Lord Gilford 
Vifc. Cobham 
Vifc. Crofbie 
Vifc, Amiens 
Vifc. Kilworth 
Lord Carlow 
Lord Maxwell 
Lord Irnham 
Vifc. Naas 
Lord Pakenham 
Vifc. Glerawly 
Lord Mountfiorence 
Lord Creighton 
Lord Proby 
Vifc. Mountgarret 
Lord Clonmore 
Vifc. Vakntia 
Vifc. Caftle-Cuffe 
Vifc. Earlsfort 
Vifc. Fitzgibbon 
Lord Clements 
Lord Bingham 
Vifc. Caftlereagh 
Lord Corry 
Vifc. Mount- Charles 
Vifc. Matnew 
Vifc. Raymond 
Vifc. Bernard 
Vifc. Stewart 



t8o3 Trench, Earl of CTancarty 
1806 Acbefon, Earl of Gosford 
Parsons, Earl of Rofs 
Agar, Earl of Normantown 
Bury, Earl of Charleville 



Vifc. Dunlo 
Vifc. Achefon 
Lord Oxmarrtoun 
Vifc. Somerton 
Vifc. Tullarr.ore 



VISCOUNTS. 



1478 
1620 
1621 
1622 
1625 
163a 



1619 
1642 

1643 
1661 
16S0 
1 701 
1710 
1716 
1717 



719 
1720 

1722 
1727 



Prefton, V. Gormanfton 
Villiers, V. Granriilbn 
Lee, V. Dillon 
Netterville, V. Netterville 
Needham, V. Kilmory 
Saville, V. Lumley 
Taaffe, V. Taaffe 
Jones, V. Ranclagh 
Smyth V. Strangford 
Fita-WiUm. V. Fitz-Will. 
Cockayne, V. Cnllen 
Bulkeley, V. Bulkeley 
Cholmondeley, V.Cholm 
Dawney, V. Downe 
Howe, V. Howe 
Hamilton, V. Strabane 
Molefworth, V. Molefw. 
Chetwynd, V. Chetwynd 
Brodrick, V. Miudleton 
Hamilton, V. Boyne 
Allen, V. Allen 
Grimfrcn, V. Grimfton 
Bariflgton, V. Barington 
Gage, V. Gage 
Temple, V. Palmerfton 
Arundel, V. Gal way 



1 1 743 

1763 
1766 
1776 



1781 



785 



1791 



17.93 
1795 
1797 
1800 



i2o6 



Wingfield,V.Powerscourt 
Flower, V. Afhbrook 
Morres,V. Mount Morres 
Trevor, V. Dungannon 
Southwell, V. Southwell 
Veiey, V. De Vefci 
Fortescue, V. Clermont 
Hewit, V. Lifford 
Ward, V. Bangor 
Lambe, V. Melbourne 
Ellis, V. Clifden 
Dawfon, V. Cremorne 
St Leger, V. Doneraille 
Knox, V. Northland 
Pomcroy, V. Harberton 
Ivlaad, V. Hawarden 
Gardiner, V. Mountjoy 
Carleton, V. Carleton 
Yelverton, V. Avonmore 
Longfield, V. Longuevitle 
White, V. Bantry 
Monck, V. Monck 
Wolfe, V. Kirwjrden 
Upton, V. Templeton 
O'Callaghan, V. Lismore 
King, V. Lorton 



BARONS. 



1 187 DeCourcey,LordKinfale 
r439 Barn well, L. Trimleft.own 

Plunket, L. Dunfany 
1541 Plunket, L. Louth 
154; Butler, L. Caher 

1620 Digby, L. Digby 

1621 Blaynev, L. Blayney 
1627 Sherard, L. Leitrim 
1712 Seymour, L.Conway 
1715 Freke, L. Carbery 
1718 Aylmer, L. Aylmer 
1758 Lyfaght, L.Li'fle 
1764 Hanger, L. Coleraine 



1762 
1 767 

1770 
1776 



1777 
1781 



Clive, I,. Clivc 
Phipps, L. Mulgrave 
Pcceval, L. Arden 
Philips, L. Milford 
Wynn, 3L. Mewborough 
Macdonald, L. Macdon. 
Edwards, L. Kcnfingtou 
Lyttleton, L. Weftcote 
Onglev, L. Ongley 
Ma ifey. L. Mafiey 
Robinfon, L. Rokeby 
Deane, L. Mulkerry 
Holrovd, L. Sheffield 



184 



1782 Hood, L. Hood: 

1783 Tonfon, L. Riverfdale 
Pennington, L. Muncafter 

1785 Malone, L. Sunderlin 

1789 Eden, L. Auckland 
Browne, L. Kilmaine 
Lawkfs. L. Cloncurry 
Fardley, L. Eardley 

1790 Agar. L. Callan 
Dillon, L. Clonbrok 

1791 Fitzherbert, L. St Helen's 

1792 Cavendish, L. Waterpark 

1794 Graves, L. Graves 
Hood, L. Bridport 

1795 Parkyns, L. Rancliffe 
Payne, L. Lavington 

1796 Vanneck, L. Huntingfield 
Smith, L. Carrington 
Westenrea, L. PvoiTmore 

1797 Elphingftone, L. Keith 
Hotham, L. Hotham 
Cuff, L. Tyrawley 
Winn, L. Headley 
Shore, L. Teignmouth 

1798 trench, L. French 



1799 Eden,_L. Henley 

1800 Whitworth,L. Whitworth 
Coote, L. Caftle Coote 
Rowley, L. Langford 
Blaquire, L. De Blaquiere 
IMorres, L. Frankfcrt 
Henniker, L. Henniker 
Blackwood, L. Dufferin 
Quin, L. Adare 
Muliins, L. Ventry 
Hare, L. Ennifmore 
Blake, L. Wallfcourt 
Sandford,L. Mount-Sand 
Prittie, L. Dunalley 
Prefton, L. Tarra 
Mahcn, L. Hartland 
Bingham, L. Clanmorris 
Gardner, L. Gardner 
Douglas, L. Glenbervie 
Fitzgerald, L. Lecale 
Waldegrave, L. Radftock 
Toler, L. Norbury 
Trench, L. Afntown 
Maffey, L. Clarina 

1806 Thelu'iTon, L. Rendleiham 



PEERESSES. 

1785 M'Donnell, Ctfs. Antrim ,1797 Toler, Bs, Norwood 
1797 Fofter, Vifc. Ferrard 1798 Crofton, Bfs. Crofton 

1800 Newcomen,Viic.I\ T ewccm.!i8ci Temple, Bfs. Nugent 
1792 Verney, Bfs. Fermanagh j 



ARCHBISHOPS axd BISHOPS. 



Archbishops 
Armagh^ Hon Wm Stuart 
D:.biin, E. or Noimantown 
Casbcily Hon. C. Brodrick 
'Tuam, lion. Dr Wm Beresford 

Bishops. 
Kildare, Hon. C. Lindfay 
Berry, Hon. Dr Wm Knox 
Raphoe, Lord J. G. Berresford 
Li.ncrick, Dr Warburton 
Drc/nore, Dr Tho. Percy 
El p bin., Dr John Law 



Dciw.e, Dr N. Alexander 
IVaterfarditSsw. P Trench 
LeigbSn, &c Dr E. Cleaver 
Cfcj «,Dr WmEennet 
Corkc iff Ross, Ha 'JLYSt Laurence 
KiLhe, Lord R. Tottenham 
Meatb. Dr T. L. O'Biernc 
Xi/mor.', Dr G. Besesford 
Ciaugbtry Dr J. Porter 
Ossory, Dr J. Kearney 
KiUala, Dr Joleph Stock i 

Clarfert, &c. Dr C. button I 



°3 



T- 



OFFICERS of S TA T E y &c. 

Duke of Richmond, Lord Lieutenant , l6,0C0/. 

Earl of Harrington, Commander of the Forces. 

Sir Arthur Wcllesky, Principal Secretary of State 

Rev. Wm. i'ulby, Private Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant. 

Sir C. Saxton, Under Sec. C ; vil Department. 

Sir B. Littkhales, Under Sec. Military Department. 

Riuht Hon. Chin. Abbot, Ketfier of Privy Seal. 

Vifc. Clifdtn, Clerk of the Council. 

His Gr. the Archb. of Armagh, Primate of all Irel. L. Almoner. 

Hon. W. Tohn SkefRngton, Constable of Dublin Castle. 

Lord Manners, Lord High Chancellor. 

Rt Hon. J. P. Cuf ran, Master of the Rolls. 

Rt. Hon. Wm Downes, Lord Chief Justice of fangs Bench. 

Hon, Rob. Day, Chas Ofoorne, and St Geo. Daly, Efqs. Judges 

Right Hon. Lord Norbury, Chief 'Justice of Comma? Pleas. 

L. Fox. Ed. Mayne, and W. Fletcher, Efqs. Judges. 

Arth. Moore, Efq; Prime Sergeant. 

Rt. Hon. C. W. Sawr'.n, Aio. §en. C. K. Bufiie, Efq; Sol. Gen. 

Duke of Portland, Earl of Rofs, Hon. T. Foster, Sir A. weiie'siey, 

Hon.T. Foster, Sir G. F, Hill, Jo. Barry, Chas Verefcgr, Lords 

Commissioners of the Trea tury. 
Geo. Cavendifh, Secretary* Jas Crofcon, Chief Clerk. 

Right Hon Joan Foster, Chancellor of Exchequer. 
Hon, R. Neville, Teller of Exchequer. 
Wm Hen. Palmer, Chamberlain. 

Right Hon. Standifll O'Grady, Lord Chief Baron of Exchequer 
Denis George, Wm Smith, and jas M'Cleland, Eiqs. Batons. 
Sir Geo. Shee, Reci titer General and Paymaster. 
Sir Jonah Barrincjton, Judge of Admiralty 
Patrick Du'genan, Kings advocate. 
Darnel Fineau, Register. P. Lafanu, Marshal. 

Earl O'Neil and Earl Clancarty, Postmasters General. 
Sir Chicheftef Fortefcue, Kr.t. Ulster King of Arms. 

IKNIGHTS of the Most Illustrious Order of St PATRICK 



I Dike of Kent 

Earl of Arran 
JMqs of Drogheda 
[Marquis Widiilcy 

Earl of Courtoun 



Earl of Curysfort 
Earl of Ormond 
Vifcount Dillon 
Marquis of Sligo 
Eaa I Conynghafti 



Earl of Roden 
Marq of Headfort 
(Three Vacant.) 



[The Lend Lieutenant, ex officio, Grand Master. 

)H he Archblfhop of Armagh, Prelate of the Order. 
Archbifhnp of Dublin, Chan. The Dean of St Patrick's, Reg. 
F. J. i'alkr er. See. 

[Sir Cha. Vernon, Usher of the Black Rod. 
{Sir Chi. Fortefcue, Ulster King of Arms, Attendant on the Ord"t 



GOVERNORS OF FORTS. 
Londonderry, life. Earl of Svftc\k\Gal7uay, Lt. Col. P. Daly 
Gorky Hoif. Hen. Bfeeffiagton [Carvicif. Lt. Gen. F. Dundas 
Limerick, Maj. Gen. Fawcet \Hihb. Fort, M. of Downflure 
Kituoki Lt Gen. Culyer Uvlaryb. Cha. Marq.of Drogheda 

Buncannon, Gen. Ralph Dundas \Athllne, Vif. Dillon 
Ross Castle, Lt Gen. Johnfton \Castlemain, Anth. Botet, Efq. 
CbarlemMU Gen. Hn C. Norton J 



COMMISSLONERS of EXCLSE. 
E.of Annesley, I Al. Marsden, j Jo. Thery, I T. Odell. 

Jo. Townsend, | R. Peter Dundas, | R. Longfeld | 
Alex. Worthington, Sec. Geo. Walker, Clerk. 



COMMISSIONERS of CUSTOMS. 
Lord Castlecoote, Rt. Hon. Jo. O. Vandeleur, W. Rowley, R 
Wvnne, Fh. Burgh, Jo. Jocelyne, Hon. A. Hely Hutcheson, Rt 
Flon. G. Knox. Allen M'Lean, Sec. J. E. Madden, Clerk. 



COUJi T of AD MLR A L TV. 
Sir Jonah Barrington, Judge. Pat. Duigenrm, Kings Advocate. 
Daniel Pineau, Efq. Register. W. P. I^efanu, Efq. Marshall. 



BANK of IRELAND. 
Arthur Stanley, Gov. Jerem. D'Olier, Efq. Dip. Gov. 

Thomas Williama, Efq. Secretary. 



COURT OF CHANCERY. 
Rt Hon. Thos Lord Manners, Lord Chancellor. 
Rt Hon. John Philpot Curran, Master of the Rolls. 
Rich. Hetherington, Efq. Deft. 
Edw. Wcitby, Efq. Win Henn, Efq. Stewart King, Efq. Thos 

Ellis, Efq. Masters in Chancery. 
Rt Fin. G. F. Earl of Weftmeath, Clerk of the Croivnaiid Hanap 
Vifc. Avonmore, and Flon. Barry John Yelverton, Registers. 



COURT OF KING'S BENCH. 
Rt Hon. Wra Dovvnes, Lord Chief Justice. 
Hk R. Day, Rt Fin St Geo. Daly, and Hn C. Osborne, Justices 
Re Hon. Ld Hen. Seymour Conway, and Rt Hon. Ld R. Seym 
Conway, Clerks of the C, oivu,Frothonotaries, Keepers of the Writs 
Filacers, Clerks of the Errors. 
Walter Bourne, Deputy Clerk of the Cretvn, &C. 
Thos Yeo, Gent. Seal-Keeper. 



COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 

Rt Hon. John Baron Norbury, Lord Chief Justice. 

Luke Fox, Edw. Mayne, Wm Fletcher, Efqs. Justices. 

Dav. Babington, and Wm. Cha. Babington, Efqs. Chirographers 

Keepers of the Writs, and Clerks of the King's Silver. 
_ _______ _ 



EAST INDIES. 

HOME DEPARTMENT. 

Heard of Commissioners. 
Right Hon. Robert Dundas, President. 

Earl Camden Cuke of Portland Rt Hon T. Walla 

Lord Hawkesbury Rt Hon S. I crceval Geo. Johnston 
V r isc. Castlereagh Lord Lovai ic 
5t Hon Geo Canning Lord Tcignmcuth 

Woolford, Efq. Sec, j. M^heux, Efq. Assist. Sec. 

T. N. Wittwer, Accountant. 

DIRECTORS 07 THE EAST INDIA COMPANY. 

Edw. Parry, Efq. Chair/nan-— Chas Grant, Esq. Dep. 



Jacob Bofanquet 
Jof. Cotton 
James Pattlfon 
Tho. Reid 
Jo. Roberts 
Kobt 'J hornton 
Sir Win Benflcy 
John 'I ravers 



John Inglis J. N. Bannerman 

Je&n Bebb Jo. Huddicfton 

Wm Astell IChas Mills 

Hon.W.F. EIphinston'R. C. Plowden 
kson Ab. Robaits 

G. A. Robin fon 

j. A. Gilmour, Tres. 



C. JvTarjoribanks 
[Geo Smith 
-S. Toone 
William Ramfay. 



Cha. Mortimer, Dep. 



BENGAL ESTABLISHMENT. 

Supreme Council, 

Ft. Hon. Lord Minto, Gov. Gen. 

Lt. Gen. Geo. Hewett, To. Lumfden, and H. T. Colbrooke,Esqs. 

fohn Lumfden, Chief Secretary, Cap. L. Hooln, Milit. Sec. 

Supreme Court of Judicature. 
Sir Henry Russel, Ct.'uf Justice. 
Mr Jo. Royds, Sir W. Burroughs, fudges. 
Robert P. Smith, AAvQcate-GeneraL 

Edw. Strettel, Sen. Counsel, J. A. Simpfon, Jun. Counsel. 
R. Uvedale, Clerk, Wm Blackftone, Efq. Register avd Notary. 

ol. Sir T. Calcraft, judge Advocate. 
Kob. Ledlie, Efq, Accountant Gen. and Keeper of records. 

board of Trade. 
John Lumfden, Preses ; Peter Speke; John Taylor, Geo. Udney. 
nd Richard Becher. Walter Farquhar, Officiating Sec. 

BOARD OF REVENUE. 

H. T. Colurooke, Preses ; Thos Graham, R. W. Cox, and Chas 
Uullcr, — Richmond Thackeray, Sec. David Campbell, Dep. 
General Staff. 

t. Gen. George Hewett, Commander in Chif. 

t Gok Sir William Krir. Ajutant General, King's Troops. 



it. Col. Wm. Eden, Quarter- Master General, King's Trooj>s. 
Lt. Col. Hen. Worfley, A ! ldan:-Ger. 

Lt. Col. John Paton, Quarter- Master — Major J. Brookes, Dtp, 
W. S. Green, Military Author General— -H. Imlach, Dep. 
Lt. Col. H. F. Calcraft, Judge- Adwate—T. M. Wpguelen, Dep. 
Col. EL Colebrook, Surveyor General [in field 

}. Mackenzie, Efq. Pay master General — Simon Ewart, Dep. 
W. B. Phillips, Commissary of Musters— ]. Gray, Dep. 
Jas Lockhart, Compiler of Accounts 

[ohn Burnett, Interpreter at Courts Martial 

iev. David Brown, Chaplain 

MILITARY BOARD. 

Lt. Gen. G. Hewett, President, Sir E. Baillie, Vict President. 

Col. N. Carnegie, Com. of Artillery 

Lt. Col. John Paton, Quarter Mailer General 

Col. Kyd, Chief Engineer 

Lt, Col. Henry Worsley, Adjutant-General 

Captain Wm o. Green, Military Auditor General 

Capt. Anthony Green, Secretary — G. H. Faggan, Afliftant. 

MARINE BOARD. 

John Lumfden, Efq. Preset ; Peter Speke, Efq. John Taylor, Efq. 
Geo. Udney, and Richard Becher. J. Shore, Sec. W. Norton, Ace. 

ASIATIC SOCIETY. 

Patrons.— Lord Minto, Lt. Gen. Geo. Flewett, John Lumfden, 

Efq. and H. T. Colebrooke. 
H. T. Colebrooke, Pre.—}. H. Harrington, Efq. First F. Pres. 
Dr T. Fleming, Second V. Pres — Trail, Palmer, & Co. Tram. 
W. "Hunter, Efq. Secretary. Colonel M. Symes, Agent in Europe. 

COLLEGE AT FORT WILLIAM. 

The Rt Hon. the Governor General, Patron and Visitor 

Council, H. T. Colebrooke, Pres. J. H. Harington, Efq. N. B. 

Edmonftone, Efq. J. Fombelle, Rev. David Brown. 

Dr W. Hunter, Secretary. 

\. H. Harington, Professor of the Laics and Regulations of the 

British Government in India. 
H T. Colebrooke, Professor of the Hindoo Latvs ly Sanscrit Language 
M. Lumfden, Professor of the Arabic and Persian Languages. 



ST. HELENA. 
Council. 

Col. R. Beatson, Gov. Lieut.-Col. Wm Lane, Lieut. Gov. 

Thos. H. Brooke, Chi f Secretary. 
R. J. W. vVilliamson, Chaplain. 
Lieut.-Col. James Cocks, Chief Engineer 

Gab. Doveton, Paymaster -Robt Leech, Accountant 

G. Leech, Sup. of Sales. 

189 



FORT St GEORGE, 

OR 

MADRAS ESTABLISHMENT. 

Council^ 

Sir G. H. Barlow, Gov.— Gen. H. M'Dowal Com. in Chief. 
Wra Petrie, Efq. Thos Oakes, and J. H. Cafumajor, Council. 
Geo. Buchan, Chief Secretary to Government 
Geo. Strachey, Military Secretary 
E. C. Greenway, Revenue, do. 
Gil. Keble, Commercial^ do. 

Supreme Court. 
Sir Thomas Strange, Chief Justice. 
Sir H. Guillim, Sir Benjamin Sullivan, Puisne Judges 

Hoard of Revenue. 
W.Petrie,Efq. Pres. I John Hodgfon, Efq. | Fran. Ellis, See. 
Alex. Falconer ,Efq. | W. Fallofield j Will. Wayte 

Board of Trade. 
George Weftcott, Efq. Roger Darval, Efq. Mungo Dick, Esq 
C. Wynox, Efq. Sec. 
General Staff". 
Lieut.-Gen. Hay M'Dowal, Commander in Chief 
Gen. D. Campbell, Com. Ceded Districts. 
(Jen. D. Smith, Com. of North Division. 
B, Roebuck, Efq. Military Paymaster-Genneral 
Lieut. Col. P. A. Agnew, Adjutant-General 
Lieut. Col. Alex. Orr, Quarter- Master-General 
Lieut. Col. James Brunton, Military Auditor-General 
J. Prendergast, Deputy Military Auditor-General 
W. Nicolson, Deputy Adjutant-General 
G. A. Lake, Deputy Quarter Master-General 
Capt. Thos Boles, Assistant Adjutant-General 
Major James Lefth, Judge Advocate-General. 
Rev. R. H. Kerr, Chaplain. 

MILITARY BOARD. 

Lieut. Gen. Hay M'Dowal, Commander in Chief, Prefident 
Col. Robert Bell, Commandant of Artillery 
Lieut. CoL Alex. Orr, Quarter-Matter General 

— — P. A Agnew, Adjutant General 

Col. Trapaud, Chief Engineer 

Jonah Marfhall, Secretary,— Wm Morifon, Depute 

MiDICAL BOARD. 

Jas Anderfon, Efq. Phyfician General, Firft Member 
Terence Guhagan, Efq. Second Member 
James Richardson, Efq. Third Member - 
Wiiiiam Horfeman, Secretary. 

190 



BOMBAY ESTABLISHMENT. 

Council, 
Jonathan Duncan, Ef q President and Governor 
Maj. Gen. Oliver Jones, T. Leckmere, Geo. Parry, Efqrs. 

Members, J. A. Grant, Chief Secretary. 

P. Le Mefurier, Deputy Secretary in the Public Department 
J. A. Grant, Ditto in the Politi.al Department 
Henry Fawcett, Accountant-General and Civil Auditor. 
Sir James M'lntolh, Recorder. 

General Staff. 
Maj. Gen. O. Tones, Commandant of the Forces 
Lieut. Col. Robert Gordon, Adjutant-General 
Major Ar. Spens, ^vart. Mast. Gen 
Lieut.-Col. Alex. Hay, Military- Aud. Gen. 
Wra Broughton, Efq: Alilitary-Pay Mast. General 
Lieut. Col. Reynolds, Surv. Gen. 
Capt. Robert Lewis, judge- Advocate 
Jos- Douglas, Clerk of Croivn 
Capt. J. Nicolls, Military Sec. 

MILITARY BOARD. 

Maj. Gen. Oliver Jones, Command. Officer of the Forces, Pres 

Members. — Will. Atkins, Engineer 

Lieut. Col. John Bailie, Cc mmandant of Artillery 

Lieut,-Col. Wm Williamfon, Military Auditor General 

Lieut.-Col. Arch. Spens, Quarter Mafter General 

Licut.-Col. Robert Gordon, Adjutant-General 

James Hallet, Elq. Secretary 

MEDICAL BOARD. 

Members. — Helnus Scott, Ei'q. William Sandwith, Esq. 
G. Kier, Efq. Secretary. 



. ' ' i , Professor of the Hindpstannte Language 

Capt. James Mouat, and Enfign W. Macdougal, Assistant Pro- 
fessors of the Hindostannee Language 
M. Lumfden, and Captain Charles Stewart, Assistant Professsor 

of the Persian Language 
Dr J. Dinwiddie, Lecturer in Experimental Philosophy 
"Teachers. — William Cary, Bengallee and Sanscrit Languages. 
C. W. PaiZold, 1 "amid Language. — P.Duplefiy, Modern Language. 

Honourable Company's standing Treasurer, Treasurer 
Lazv Officers. — Advocate General. Company's standing Counfel 
Samuel Davis, Accountant Wm Egerton, Auditor. 
COURT of the RECORDER. 
Sir Jas M'lntofh, Recorder—]. D. Richardfon, Sheriff 
James Law, Efq. Mayor 



in 



ARMY LIST. 

STAFF IN NORTH BRITAIN. 

Lieut.-Gcneral Lord Vise. Cathcart, Commander of the Forces. 

Lieut.-Gen. A!cx. Campbell, & Lieut. Gen. the Karl of Rofslyn, 

Lieutenant- Generals. 
Maj.-Gen. Macdonald, Maj.-Gen. Ld ElphinRone, Maj. Gen 

Erfkine, Maj.-Gen. Hon. David Lefiie, Maj.-Gen. Scott, Maj.- 

Generals. 

Brig.-Gen. Dirom, Brig.-Gen. Laye, Brig.-Gen. Hope, Briga- 
dier-Generals. 

Maj or- Gen. Alex. Mackay, Deputy Adjutant General. 

Brigadier-General Dirom, Deputy Quarter- Master-General. 

Maj. Hon. Chas. M. Cathcart, Pern:. Assist. Quart.- Mast.-G, 

Maj. Hon. J. Ramsay, Major Johnfton, Lieut. Tytler, Tempo- 
rary Assistant Quart. Masters-Gen. 

CaptTHon. F. Cathcart, & Lieut. Heathcote, Aides-de-Camp to 
the Commander of the Forces. 

Capt. Ld Robert "Ker, Extra Aid-de-Camp and Mil. Sec. to ditto, 

Capt. Geo. Marlay, Capt. P. Graham, Aides-de-Camp to Lieut- 
Gen, Campbell.' 

Capt. Charles Moreland, Capt. J. P. Bouverie, Aides-de-Camp to 
Lieut.-Gen. the Earl of Rosslyn. 

Capt. J. Jones, Aid-de-Camp to Maj.-Gen. Lord Elphinftone. 

Capt. Macdonald, Major of Brigade to Maj.-Gen. Erfkine. 

Captain J. P. Howard, Major of' Brigade to Maj.-Gen. Leflie. 

Capt. Newland, Acting Aid-de-Camp to Maj.-Gen. Scott. 

Lieut. J. Maclean, Acting Major of Brigade to ditto. 

Captain Johnitone, Major of Brigade /o 13rig.-Gen. Hope. 
Inspecting Field Officers tf the Recruiting Districts. 

Lfc-Col. Tinling, Lt.-Col. Hall, Lt.-Col. Halket, Maj. Boland 
Inspecting Field Officers of Yeomanry and Volunteer Corps. 

Colonel Chas. M'Murdo— Lieut.-Col. Gillon— Lieut.-Col. Sir 
J as. Baird, Bart. — Lieut.-Col. Win. Douglas — Lieut.-Col. 
Campbell— Lieut.-Col. Geo. Scctt— Lieut.-Col. John M-Dew 
gall — Lieut.-Col. Thomas Paterson — Lieut.-Col. Geo. Cal- 
endar— Lieut.-Col. R. Douglas— Lieut.-Ccl. John Murray— 
Lieut.-Col. James Stewart— Lieut.-Col. J as. Munro— Lieut.- 
Col. Gordon— Lieut.-Colonel Col. Macdonald — Lieut.-Col. 
Ben. Williamson. 

Colonel Alex. Baillie, Inspector General of Barracks. 

Capts. M'Pherfon &. Nairn, Assistant Inspector Gen. of Barracks. 

Col. Robert Anltruther, Inspeclor Gen. of Military Roads. 

Gilbert Young, Dep. Commissary-Gen. 

Andrew Marjoribanks, Assist. Co?n?nissary. 

Duncan Campbell, Commissary. 

Alex. Anderfon, Efq. Deputy 'Secretary to the Fdrces. 

Burnet Bruce, Efq. Dep fudge- Advocate. 

Dr Ker, Ins p. of Hospitals, ______ _____ 



19* 



STAFF IN SOUTH BRITAIN. 
His Royal Highnefs the Duke of York, Commander in Chief. 
Lt Col.'j. W. Gordon, Military Secretary. 

Lt.-Col. F. G. U. Howard, Private Sec. 

Hon. L. C. A Lptoh, Capt. Bunbury, Hon. Lieut-Col. F. G. 

Upton Howard, Hon. Major Paget, A ides -de- Cum p. 
Maj.-Gen. Karry Culvert, Adj. -gen. 
Brig.-Gen. W. Wynvard, D:p. &dj.-gen. 
Lieut-Gen. Brownri.y,?, Quarter- Mast. Gen. 
Maj.-Gen. Hon. A. Hope, 'Dep. 
T. A Coffin, Efq. Commissary General of Stores. 
L. B. Ncrfe, Efq. Deputy Commissary General. 
Sir I.ucas Pcpys, PhysiS/a;: Central" T. KeatC, Surgeon General. 
Geo, Gzxnier, Apothecary Gen. F. Knight, Inspee. Gen. of Hospitals, 
Rt Hon R. Ryder, Judge Martial' and Adv. J. A. Oidman, Deb, 



STAFF IN IRELAND. 
Far! of Harrington, Commander in Chief. 
Col. Robert Anftruther, Adjutant-General. 
Col. William Raymond, Deputy Adjutant-General. 
Maj.-Gen. Wm Henry Clinton, farter-Master General. 
Lt. Coi. G. Murray, Deputy farter-Master General. 
Col Charles Handheld, Commissary-General. 
Lieut.-Col. T. Brownrigg, Comptroller of Army Accounts. 
Maj.-Gen. O. Freeman, Dei>. Barrack-Master General. 



BOARD OF ORDNANCE. 

Earl of Chatham, Master-general of the Ordnance^ 

Sir T. Trigge, Lieutenant-general, 

P.. H. Crewe, Efq. Secretary to the Board, 

Sir Wm Bellingham, Secretary to the Master-general 

Col. Hadden, Suri'.-gen. — Hon. C. A. Cooper, Clerk of the Ordn. 

Tofeph Hunt, Treasurer — M. Singleton, Efq. Store-keeper 

F. Thornton, Clerk of Deliveries 

Maj.-Gen. Congreve, Com p. of IVochvich Laboratory. 

Coi. Rochfort, Chief Fire-master at ditto. 

William Cuppage, Inspector of Carriages. 

Maj.-Gen. W. Twifs, Lt. Gov. of the Royal Academy of ditto 



ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE. 
Hon. W. Harcourt, Governor IDavid Erflrine 
J. G. Le Marchant, Lt Gov. John Otter 
Senior Department Hifrh lVycombe\ G ^°' Collyer, Treasurer 



Chas. Stone, Paymaster 
Alex. Dalgetty, Adjutant 
C. L. Parker, Surgeon 



Lieut.-Col.H.Dcuglas, Com.Gen. 

L. Gilbert, Adjutant 

Jan. Department, Great Marloii^A^X. Calder^ ^uart. Mast. 

James Butler, Commandant jFred Mackenzie, Secretary 

Captains, Chas Wright |ReV. Mr Wheeler, Chaplain 

R— 1^ 



GARRISONS. 




Alderney, 


/.. 


Jersey. 


Gov. J. Le Mefurier 


50c 


Gover. Earl of Chatham 


L. 






Lt Gov. Lt Gen. Geo. Don 


173 


Berwick. 




Fort George. 




Gover. B. Tarleton 


<68 


Gover Lt. Gen. Alex. P.ofs 


473 


Lt. Gov. Hon. G. J. Ludlow 17.1 


Dp. Gov. Jas Rcbertfon 
Fort M. V. Fofter 


284 






86 


Blachness Castle. 




Chapl. Geo. Gordon 


105 


Gover. 


284 


Surg. James Roy 


103 


Lieut. Rob. Campbell 


8c 


Fort Augustus, 








Gover. Lt. Gen. Alex. Rofs 


Cahhot. 




Dp. Gov. George Brodie 
Fort Adj. Lt W. Eirington 


284 


Gover. Harry Burrard 


43 


69 






Landguard Fort, 




Carlisle. 




Gov. Lt Gen. C. Liiter 


345 


Gcvcr. R. Burne 


173 


Lt Gov. Col. Alex. Mair 


173 


Lt Gov. Wm Cha. Efte 


*12 


St Maius. 




Chester, 




Capt. Sir George Nugent 


43 


Gover. Edw.* Morrifon 




Dp. Gov. Arthur Kemp 




Lt Gov. Hon. Wm Grey 


173 


Pendennis Castle. 




Cinque- Ports. 




Gov. Felix Buckley 


284 


L. tVardlsOrd Hawkefbury 


473 


Lt. Gov. Philip Melville 


36 


Lieut. The. Bed 


173 


Plymouth, 




Dartmouth. 




Gover. Vifc. Howe 


i-m 


Gover. A Holdfworth 


173 


Lt. Gov. R England 


173 


F. Maj. Marlbail Wright 


69 


Portland Castle. 








Gover. Jo. Penn 


91 


D'nbarton Castle. 




Portsmouth. 




Gover. W. Loftus 


284 


Gover. Sir W.' A. Pitt 


66}, 


Lt Gov. Hay Ferrier 


105 


Lt. Gov. Ar. Whetham 


173 


Edinburgh Castle. 








Gover. SirRo.Abercromby 284 


Scarborough Castle. 
Gover. Lord Muigrave 




Lt Gov. Hon. Al. Hope 


173 


150 


Fort M. CD. Graham 


86 






Chapl. Robert Home. 
Smrg. Thos Hay 


43 


Scilly Island, 




43 


Gover. Duke of Leeds 




Gravesend and Tilbury. 




Lt. Gov. Lt Gen. E. Hewgill 17.5 


Gover. Sir Thos Mulgrave 


284 






Lt Gov. Hon. J. de Courcy 


173 


Sheerness, 




Guernsey. 




Gover. Gen. Fran. Craig 


30c 


Gover. Earl of Pembroke 




Lt. Gov. Lt Col. T. Rudidell 173 


Lt Gov. Sir T. Doyle 


173 


South-Sea Castle. 




Hull. 




Dp. Gov. 


86 


Gover. Sir \V. Medows 


568 


Stirling Castle, 




Lt. Gov. Fr. Conyngham 


*37 


Gover. Lord Hutchinfon 


28, 


Hurst Castle. 




:)p. Gov. B G. S. Graham 


173 


Gover. Col. J. Creighton 


173 


Maj. Lt. Col. Tytler 





194 



i/3 
603 



Stirlii'^Castle continued, L. 
Storekeeper^? . Manfurd 
Chapl. Robert Moodie 43 

ClHf. Fort, near Tinmcuth, 
Cover. Cha. Rainsfcrd 284 
Lt. Gov. Cha. Crauford 
Toiler of London. 
Const. Earl of Moira 
Lieut. Gen. Ch. Vernon 

Ufnor Ccsfie, 
Gover. Jeh\ Amherft 173 

Gov. Vifc. Fitzharris 50c 
Lt, G. Gen. F. E. Gwyn 365 

Sand 01c n Port 
Capt. Thos Field 43 

C» J Yarmouth Cattle, 

Capt. 173 

Carisbcrcugh Cast!;, 
Ge;:. W. Richardfon 173 

Comes Castle. 
Cel. John Drouly 
Art William, 
\jover. Edmund Stevens 
Dp. Gov. D. M'Donald 

Windsor, 
Gover. Earl of Cardigan 
Lt. Gov. Gen. Geo. Scott 
North Yarmouth. 
Gover. Capt. J. Arbuthnot 173 

Lis of Mann, 
Gover. Lord James Murray 
Dp. Gov. Cornelius Smelt 

GIBRALTAR. 

Gover. Duke of Kent 691 

Lt G.LtGn.SirH.Dalrymple345 

Malta. 
Gov. Sir Cha, Green, Bart. 

Ceylon. 
Gov. Hon. T. Maitland 
Sec. Rob. Arbuthnot 

NORTH America. 
Ne~of9undla:id, 
Gov. Adm. Hoiloway 
Nova Scctia y 
ov. Sir G. Prevoit 

Upper Canada. 
Lieur Gov. Fran. Gore • 
Loiver Canada. 
-t'. Sir jas. Craig 



Lt. Gov. Sir R.S. Milne s 

Cape Breton, 
Lt. Gov. Gen. J. Despard 

Prince Edward's Island 
Lt. Gov. Col. Desbarres 
Neiv Btussivick, 

D\ Gov. Thomas Carleton 

Placentia^ 



173 



173 



1120 



JAMAICA. 

Lt Gov. Duke of Manchefter 

Leeward Islands. 
Gov. Gen. Hugh Elliot 

Barbadces, 
Gover. Gen. Beckwith 
St Christophers, 
Lt Gov. John Hayman 

Antigua, 
Lt Gov. Lt Col. R. Matthews 

Virgin Islands, 
Lt Gov John Nugent 

GRENADA, <*CC. 

1%/^Gov. Fred. Maitland 
St Vincent, 
Gover. Sir Ch. Brifbane 

Dominica, 
Gover. J. Montgomerie 
Bahama Islands^ 
Gov. C. Cameron 

Bermudas, 

Gover. Br. Gen. Jo. Hodgfon 

Surinam^ 
Gov. 

Trinidad, 
Gov. Gen. T. ifislop 

Curaco.i. 
Gov. Sir Jas. Cockburn 

St Lucia. 
Com. Gen. Brereton 
Tobago. 
Gov. Sir Wm Young 
Demerara, 
Gov. An. Rofs 

NEW SOUTH WALES". 
Gov. 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

Gov. Earl of Caledon 
Lt Gov. Hon. H. Grey 



Kj 



195 



FIELD 
MARSHALS. 

Duke of York 
Duke of Kent 

Gr.NERALS. 

1 7 S3. 
Charles Vernon 

179.1- 
Rob. Melville 
IVLof'D. 
Sir W. A. Pitt 
Alex. Maitlaad 
Vif. How« 
Francis Craig 
Duke of Nor- 
thumberland 
179$. 
Thomas Hall 
M. of Lothian 
Cha. Rainsford 

1797. 
Hon. H.-St John 
Sir G. OfboiTic 

1 708. 
Sir W. Green 
Geo. Scott 
LA Tottenham 
Hon.W.Gordon 
Rob. Prefcott 
HnWHarcourt 
E. Carhampton 
Wil. Piclon 
Hon.W.Hervey 
SirW.Meadows 

1 801. 
Edward Smith 
Thomas Bland 
Felix Buckley 
Hen. W.Powell 
George Garth 
Rich. Grenville 

1802. 
Earl of Suffolk 
Hon. C. Norton 
Sir D. Dundas 



GENERALS and COLONELS. 

; ; ;rRfil). A:;er- 

cromby 
Sir T.Miiir rave 
lames Coats 
I? alph Dundas 
Sir A. Clarke 



180^. 
Samuel Huife 
Albcm. Bertie 
C. Valiancy 
Sir J.St Denham 
Tho. Carle ton 
Cav. Lyftor 
Charts 
jam : O .i e 
David Horns. 
B.Hebbie§ 
F.. of Ealcarras 
Corn. Cuyier 
E. of Harring- 
ton 

E. ,'ir/palTJck 
Ncibit Balfour 
Edm. Steve. m 
SirTho. Trigge 
Farl of Moira 
Peter Craig 

1 808. 
Duke of Cum- 
berland 
Duke of Cam- 
bridge 
Duke of Glou- 

cefter 
Ed. Fanning 
Henry Johnfon 
Hon H: E. fox 
T.W.T.Watfon 
L. Pennington 

F. E. Gwynn 
Ro. Morfc 
Ld. Heathfield 
T. S. Stanwix 
Sir Ja. Pultney 



gen era:, s. 

I7'}.v 

T.O.Mordaunt 

18.01. 
Horatio Spry 
Wi S. Tohniion 
Rob. Donkin 
Tasnes BaJfihir 
Sir J. Duff 
Lord I\'!u!;,r?w(. 
■ J.P-hckcnv 
P. Em. Irving . 
Geo rye Harris 
Rich. Vyfe 
Vifc. Cat heart 

B. Tarleton 
SirHDalrymple 
Gordon Forbes 
John Floyd 
Ol. de Lance y 

1Z01. 

A. Fan ington 
James Stuart 
John Whyt? 
A. J. Lrum- 

mond 
Earl; of Bridge- 
water 

Ellis Walker 
W. Maxwell 
Earl Pembroke 

E. of Chatham 
Alex. Campbell 
W. Morihead 
Fr. Dundas 
Alex. Rofs 

F. Need ham 
Henry Pigot 

1803. 
Geo. Bernard 
Sir Geo.Nugent 

C. Hompefch 
J. Bowater 
Jas.Hetherfett 



Cha. Tarrant 

I. Bard -jy 
W. M'Carnuck 
John Ercko 
Si" R. Stuirt 
E..;h. >L;:;.'.!and 
V m Kjeppgl 
Ld Hutcbinfdfi 
John H.!.- Eton 
Alex. Hay 
Simcn Frafer 
Jaj Stewart 
Sir C. Ha fangs 
Tha. Davie 3 
Rob. Manners 
Wm Loftus 
Oliver la kote 
Alex. Mercer 
Geo.Hewit 

1805. 
P. Martin 
Sir Eyre Coote 
Sir H. Eurrard 
D.-v-i Richmond 
J. A. Harris 
Arth. Ormsby 
W. j. Arabin 
George Don 
SlrJ.i ..';.. ddock 
Lord C, Fitzroy 
N. C. Burton 
R. R. Wilftu-d 
Ed Morrifon 
Sir Chas Asgill 
Thomas Garth 
Vaugh. Lloyd 
Ct de Menraa 
Earl of Roislyn 
Lucius Barber 
And. Cowell 
Jof. DufTeaux 
C. M-Kenzie 
Ar. Robertfofl 
John Dick Ton 
Miles Stnvely 

John Money 
T. Murray 



196 



J. Urquhart 
Geo. Beckwith 
The. Roberts 
Sir G. Ludlow 
Sir John Moore 
Earl of Cavan 
Sir D. Baird 
Hon. H.Bennei 
Hon. F. St John 
Sir Cha. Rofs 
Hay M'Dowall 
Ld.C. Somerfet 
J. Defpard 
Wm Wemyfs 

1808. 

Hon. R. Taylor 

Gerrit Fifher 

Geo. Milner 

M. of Huntley 

Geo. Benfon 

Hon. E. Finch 

Uaac Gafcoyne 

L.Southampton 

Lord Sea forth 

B. T. Heniker 

D.D. Wemyfs 

Hon. Jo. Leilie j Alex. Mackay 

Hen. Wynyar 



MAJOR- 
GENERALS. 
1790. 

Geo. Morgan 
James Hugonin 
Hon. M.Napier 

1794- 
F.R.Humphries 
Will. Fawcet.t 
W. Richardfon 
Jeff. Amherft 
W. G. Strutt 

1 801. 
Hay Ferrier 

1802. 
Geo. Elliot 
Dun. Campbell 
B. Leighton 
Pat. Sinclair 
Rich. Chapman 
John Coffin 
R. Armftror.g 
John Murray 
Sir Chas. Green 
Wm St Leger 
R. N. Hopkins 
John Smith 



W. Thornton 
Sir John Stuart 
Dun. Campbell 
F. Grofvciior 
John Calcraft 
Hon. J. Hope 
Hon. V. Poulet 
Cha. Barton 
A. M. Frafer 
W. Congreve 
Lord Forbes 
Lord Paget 
Sir John Doyle 
Rob. Brownrig 
E. of Banbury 
Sir A. WelleCcy 
ILn.Ed.Phipps 
W. Cartwright 
liar. Hompdch 



Hon. C. Fitzroy 

F. Hugonin 
1804 

Bar. Drechset 
Bar. Schutte 
Bar. Linsingen 

1805. 
Cha. Wm Efte 
Roger Ay tone 

G. Rochfort 
Jas Webber 

F. Grofe 
H. R. Gale 
John Spens 
Wm Scott 
Robt Tipping 
Arch. Campbell 
Alex. Trotter 
Francis Fuller 
Jas Affleck 
Geo. V. Hart 
Jo. Robinfon 
Geo. Warde 
Hn.T.Maitland 
Rich. Bright 
Wm. R.amfay 

!as Campbell 
. Skeneu 
W. Oakes 
C. Campbell 
Sir G. Prevoft 
Wm Waller 
M. Archdale 
J. C. Sherbroke 

G. Drummond 
Jas Wharton 
Wm Payne 
Hon. E, Bligh 
Earl of Craven 
Ld. W Bentinck 
Earl of Corke 
C. Maningham 
Hon. Geo. Grey 



Fho. Hartcup 
W.Huddlefton 
George Fead 
Jas Sowerby 
SirTBloomfield 
Gother Mann 
D. MDonald 
Jo. Pratt 

F. Champagne 
J. Champagne 
Harry Calvert 

G. Cockburn 
Ed. Dunne 

Jas Drummond 
Id. Hewgiil 
W. Dowdefwell Hon. Ed. Paget 



A. Mackenzie 
3-. Moncrief 
T. Meyrick 
Cha. Craufurd 
G.H.Vanfittart 



A. Whetham 

B. Spencer 
S. Cotton 
Sam.Dalrymple 
Wm Johnlton 



Rowl. Hill 
HnW.Stapleton 
Denzil Onflow 
John Murray 
W. Twifs 
Hn. Chas Hope 
R. M. Dickens 
Sir Geo. Pigot 
Fred. Maitland 
J. L. Gower 
M. Hunter 
Ld Elphinftone 
E. of Dcnough- 

more 
Hon. T. Aber- 
crombie 
Sir G.Bcughton 

1808. 
W. C Beresford 
J. Evelegh 
O. Manley 
Earl Dalhoufie 
Thos. Baker 
Edward Stack 
Mat. Bailie 
Wm Munro 
Lord Clarina 
George Porter 
James Erflciue 
H. Williams 
EofConyngham 
Cha.Baillie 
Hon. Al. Hope 
John Fraser 
P. Heron 
Tho. Peter 
Hn.M.Mathew 

ehn Ramfay 
D. Broughton 
mDyott 
R C Ferguson 
And. Gamrnel 
Rob. M'Farlane 
SirS Auchmut^ 

Thewles 
L G Crosbie 
HLCarmichael 
rlon.J.Brodricl 
Henry Warde 



8-3 



J97 



P. Banham 
J. M'Leod 
J. Robertibn 
Wra Houiton 
T. Prinoe 
J. Hamilton 
Geo. Mitchell 
Wm. Spencer 
W. Wynyard 
John Slade 

COLONELS. 

1782. 
Prince of Wales 

1783. 
John "Vorke 

1790. 
John Dreuly 

1794,5,6,7. 
Alex. Bailie 
Tho. Nefbitt 
Cr. de Serrant 
Hon. H. Dillon 
CountO'Connel 
Baron de Roll 
The. Graham 
Alex. Mair 
H. Magennis 
Vifc. de Serrant 
John Callow- 
John Elford 
SirJo.Callander 
Chas Handfidd 
D. Cunuukame 

1798. 
T. F. Delbarres 
F. A. WetheralljJeorge Brodie 
Wm C. Hughes iDan. Robertibn 



J . Durham 
Hon. D. Leflie 
J. Leith 
J. M. Kerr 
T. Scott 
W. Robertfor. 
T. H. Turner 
J R M'Kenzie 
C. TiHou 
HnWMaitland 
Ja. Campbell 
Thos Picton 
].G. Cuming 
John Crewe 
Hon G. L. Cole 
SirG.Bromhead 
Q^J. Freeman 
Eaiiof Granard 
S. Lightburne 
J. H. Loft 
SirWm Erlkine 
Fran. Moore 
W H Clinton 
Hn W. Stewart 
Rob. Lawfoa 
Edward Fage 
Ed Stevens 
Wm Simfon 



Brigadier 
Generals. 
Thomas Hill op 
Alex. Wood 
A Dirom 



John Taubman 
Edw. Dillon 
F.de Watteville 

1802. 
F.T. Hammond 
R. D. Blake 
Jo. Barnes 
Robt Douglas 
T. Brownrigg 
Hon. R. Meade 
ChasM'Murdo 
Walter CluTe 
A. L. La yard 
Earl of Elgin 
David Hunter 
Earl of Breadal- 

bane 
R. Taylor 
Sam. Graham 
W. Wright 
T. D. Arabia 
Wm Buchanan 
W. Murray 
HonWLumley 
Rob Brereton 
J. T. H. Eiwts 
Moore Diihey 
J. Mackenzie 
Hn.AG.Stirlin 



Baron Decken 

C. Darby 
Wm Balfour 
A Gledstancs 
John Hodgfon 
N Nepean 

W Cockell 
F. J. Maclean 
John Smith 

D. Houghton 
Sir C. Shipley 



Jo. Carnegie 

1800. 
Wm Stewart 
MonJVaughan 
T. T. Maddifon 
j. O'Moore 

1801. 
T. M'Dermott 
Ct O'Mahone/ 
R. Vifc. Lortcn 



Rich. Bingham 
Jofeph French 
John Lee 
j. Sontag 
E. W. Popham 
James Dunlop 
Walter Ker 
Aiex. Campbell 
John Pigot 
H. F. Campbell 
Wm Burnett 
Rich. Stuart 
Hon. C.Stewart 
Dig. Hamilton 
John Fletcher 
Hen. Anderfon 
x\nd. Burn 

1804. 
B?.r. Vekkeiru 
John Burke 
T. Trotter 
Wm Cuppage 
Thos. Seward 
Francis Laye 
B. Wiliington 
G. de Drieberg 
Baron Bock 

Du Piatt 



L Montgomerie BaranHonstedt 



H. M Cfeverkig 

Wm Thomas 
John Michel 

1803. 
John Ramsay 
Fr. Carruthers 
Wm Wilkinfon 
Wm Dickfon 

B. Whitelocke 
HT Montresor 

C. Stephenfon 
L. Bradihaw 
R. T. Nelfon 
Geo. Harcourt 
W P Ackland 
James Taylor 
M. Nightingale 
lames Hay 

L S. Orde 



Bur.Langwerth 
Baron Low 
Baron Redcn 
Baron V. Alten 
Ban* Barffe 
Baron C. Alten 

1^05. 
W. Grant 
J. Croker 
L. B. Wallis 
John Hope 
Jn O'Toolc 
Count Clonard 
Geo. Meyrick 
SirM.Burgcyne 
Ro. Uniake 
W. C. Mauu.i 
Allan Cameroa 
Lord Bianey 



l')6 



Wni Doyle 
John Hatton 



Hon. S. Mahon 

J. S .Wood 

Uan. O'Meara J. Burnett 

Baron de Rot- W. Anfon 

tenburg 
Tames Mercer 
n R. Napier 
Hn C Colville 
F. C. White 
H-deBernier 
Gore Brown 
L. Lidenthall 
B. F. Bowes 
Roger Coghlan 
Henry Fane 
Rob. Bolton 
Rt Anftruther 
Rob. Cheney 
George Anfon 
K. A. Howard 
EarlofLandaft 
F. T. Falkiner 



J. Falkii 

Fifhcr 



John Bourchier 
Ifaac Brock 
RobtNicholfon 
G. W. Ramfay 
R. Craufurd 
£ Howard 
i&c6. 
I. Dorrien 

F. Defbriiay 
C. Terrot 
Wm Fyers 

G. Glafgow 
R. Winter 



IR. Garden ICharles Pye 

L. Delborough |Sir W. Aylett 

J. Magrath L R. Fletcher 

W.T. HarwoodjRobt Browne 

Alex. Keith W. Paterfon 



Thos Nepean 
John Cockburn 
T. R.Charleton 
Harry Hinuber 
R Bell 
J. Strickland 
Kon.T.Mahou 
T. S. Maxwell 
W. T. Dilkes 
Hen. Rudyerd 
John Ofwalcf 
JG.le Mar chant 
jas M. Hadden 
T. C. Crauford 



1 3c 7. 
W Bentham 

1808. 
Edw. Stehelin 
J. A. SchaJch 
Hen. Hutton j 
Thos Barrow 
J. S. Farley 
[. "Wood 
iirX.S3\im^re2 
H. Churchill 
[. Jtnkirifon 
David Collins 
Fheop Lewis 
Thos Dunbar 
F. Delaval 
W. O. Grace 
R Williams 
C. Callander 



G. Stewart 
J. Macke-kan 
J. T. Layard 
T Skinner 
J. Meredith 
R.H. Farmer 
I. fc. Saunders 
J. Berkdy 
L Maclean 
G. Wilson 
S. Remington 
D. Ballingail 
D. Shank 
IE. Shaw 
Geo. Dyer 
Andrew Hay 
f. J. Barlow 
Wm Wallace 
D. J. Jcaffreson 
D. Collins 
Wm Minet 
M.W.Peacocke 
Sir WCockburn 
Sir J. Douglas 
W. P. Clay 
Jhas Wale 
J. Le Coutcur 
Frevor Hull 
T. Kemrais 
R. Burne 
J. O. Vandeluer 



|H. M, Gordon 
(Alex. I Goldie 
JR, B. Long 

R. H Sheaffe 

]. Hughes 

(Alex. Duff 

G. Airey 

R. S. Donkin 

Hn. E. Stopford 

[Geo. Cook 

T. J. Backbouf. 

Robt Wood 

I J. Wilfon 
W. Eden 
Vile. Lake 
G. T. Walker 
T. A. VciVy 
Rd Stovin 
K. Mackenzie 
J. Dalrymple 

I. Wilder 
Hn. G. de Gre 
Sam. Flawker 
J. Harding 
W. Raymond 
Sir G. Smith 
T. O'Loghlin 



CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS. 
Lieut.-Gen. Earl cf Chatham, Col. Sir Thos Trigg, Col. en Sec. 

Rob. Morfe, Alex. Mercer, G. Mann, Cols. Com. 
W. Twifs, J. Evelegh, B. Fifher, Sir C. Shipiev, Thos. Nepear., 

W. Fyers, Cols. 
Wm Jchnfton, W. Kerfteman, Sir C. Holloway, J. Humphry 
R. D'Arcv, G, Bridges, S. T. Dickens, J. Mackclcan, R. H 
Bruyeresj 'John Rowley, Aug. Debutts, W. Fenwick,'£A Cols, 



* 99 



Captains , 

Alex. Bryce 
R. Pilkington 
Rich. Fletcher 
Henry Evatt 
George Hayter 
W. H. Ford 

F. Mulcaftcr 
Wm Gravat 

C. W. Rudyerd 
Chas Lcfebure 
Philip Hughes 
H. Elphinitone 
J llias Durnford 
Geo. Win tm ore 
1 . Thackery 
H.A.Morfhead 
John F. Birch 
5. R. Chapman 
John Handheld 
Guft. Nichols 
J. C. Smith 

G. Landmann 
C. Mann 

J. Squire 
C. Graham 
G. Wright 
John HaiTard 
Chas W. Pafley 
H. Goldfinch 
J. R. Arnold 

2d Captains, 
J. F. Burgoyne 
B. Marlowe 
J. T. Jones 
Geo. Caidew 
Wm Goffet 
Wm Bennet 



Peter Paton 
George Rofs 
John Bye 
G. Pienderfon 

Fhos Fyers 
H. Vi^oreux 
C. S. Rhodes 
H. Kilvington 
G. Buchanan 
C. Ellicome 
Ed. Fanfliaw 
Geo. M'Leod 
Peter Wade 
Wm Douglas 
P.Cunningham 
W. Nicholas 
Edw Figg 
Fhos Colby 
R. M. Snii-h 
Cha. F. Smith 
G. J. Hardinge 
G. G. Hofte 
Jo. R. Wright 
G. G. Lewis 
T. M. Dickens 

1st Lt. 5 j. %d. 
Henry Smart 
Geo. Hamilton 
J. M'Lauchlan 
Henry Hobbs 
John Hobbs 
J. A. Williams 
Chas. Boothby 
F.dw. Parker 
Wm Holloway 
Rich. Boteler 
H. Vavafour 
Ed. Muicaiter 



M. Stewart 
Sam. Romilly 
Wm Payne 
G. Graydon 
C. Mercer 
Alex. Frafer 
S. Dickenfon 
Rob.Thomfon 
Thos Roberts 
Geo. Pilkington 
R. Holberton 
W. M'Culloch 
Fred. Yorke 
I.M.Smith 
R. Jones 
R. Hustler 
1 ho. Moody 
John Plenryfon 
John Oklfield 
M C. Dixon 
A. Chevne 
P. D. Calder 
Hugh Lawfon 
Chas. Dixon 
G^o. Watfon 
J. B. Harris 
O. Berrington 
Wm Slade 
G. Colly er 
John Harper 
W. B. Tyklen 
Rob. J. Shipley 
J. N. Well 
John Grant 
W. F. Dawson 
R. Z. Mudge 
T. Lafcelles 
Fran. Stanway j 



James Vetch 
Archd, Walker 
Wm. Forfter 
S. Williams 
Wm D. Smith 
Fred. Englifh 
P. J. //. Pitts 
T. Blanshard 
TB.Hutchinfon 
A. Brown 
H. Davy 

Second Lieut s. 
L. Peake 
A. Emmett 
L. Rawlinfon 
W. H. Jones 
A. Thornton 
E. Fyers 

C. Robertfon 
W. C. Ward 
Sam. French 
W. P. Haigh 
J. Longley 

A Gordon 
Barney 
H. A. Colbv 

D. M'Donald 
J. C. Ross 
H. D. Jones 

J\d a jo r of Brigade 
J. Plandfield 
J. T. Jones, adj, 
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ROYAL ARTILLERY. 

Earl of Chatham, Maft. Gen. of the Ordnance, Colonel. 

Sir 'Phos.'Frieee, Lieut. Gen. of the Ordnance, Col. en Second. 



Cols. Com 7n and. W. Consrreve 



Ant. Farington 
Ellis Walker 
Thos Davies 
Philip Martin 
VaugU Lloyd 



W. Huddlefton 
George Fead 
S. Elomefield 
Orlan. Manley 
Robert Lawfon 



Smith 
Cuppage 



Edward Page ljohn 
Colonels, |Wm 
Edw. Stephens I'Fhos Seward 
fohn Ramfay Francis Laye 
Phos Trotter B. Wixli: gton 
John Macleod [john C->ckburn 

2CO 



ThosCharieton 
JEd'.v. Hewarth 
Tlios Befhrifay 
las M. Hav'dvii 
Charies Terror 
Geo. Glafgow 
Will. Bemham 
Edw. Stehelirt 
T. A. Schajcj 
Henry Hutton 
John Harding 



J. 



Lieut. Cols. 
F. M. Sproule 
C. N. Cookfon 
ohn Burton 
eo. Cookfon 
Philip Riou 
[o. F. Smith 
Wm Mudge 
Hen. Shrapnel! 



George WuifFe C. E. Bingham 
George Dixon John Dyer 
Wilt. Wilfon 5. G. Adye 
Rich. Hamilton Nathaniel Foy 
Brooke Young H. Philict 



'fixes Franklin 



Rich. W. Unet 
Chas Waiter 

Robert Btevcr 
F, Griffiths 
C. Newhoufe 
William Dixon 
Chas Godfrey 

C ;£taiks, 

R TLomhill 
Thomas Dodd 
Francis Rey 
Charles Gold 
Jof. Cairncross 
Alex. Watfon 
Ed. Worfiey 
Ales. Duncan 
T. Do'vnman 
R. Buckner 
H. Elfetef ;: 



HJPramiagham 

Wm Spicer 
Jo. Sheldrake 
Geo. Ramfoy 
John Lemciae 
Wm Cox 
Spen. Parry 
Robert Evans 

D. Meredith 
Wm Millar 
Ben.Blomefield 
William Robe 
Geo. Salmon 
Robert Wright 
Tofeph M'Lean 
)ohn Harris 
G. Ad. Wood 
R. Dickenfon 
Th. Charleton 
Geo. B. Fifher 

JMijors, 
P. Colebrooke 

E. W. Pirtchard 



Peter Fyers 
Aug. Frafer 
Hn.W.Gardi-e 
William Scott 
C. Buynes 
j. Hawker 

F. Walker 
H. Owen 

G. Defbrifay 
T. Boger 

B. Fenwick 

I. S. Wiltiamfon 
AL Macdonald 
A. J, Clafon 
W.M. Leake 
P. Drummond 
j. W. Tobin 
Hugh Frafer 
James Vivion 
Robert Pvm 

C. F Napier 
W. R. Carey 
EdmundCurre. 



R.'F,Raynsford 

Henry Marfh 
S. Reyr.ell 
Wm Payne 
Geo. F»rfler 
John Caddy 
Alex. Campbel 
H. Jrarrington 
Geo. Skyring 
C.H. Fkzmayer 
Jofeph Brome 
Charles Keane 
R. S. Brough 
Chas D. Siilery 
And. Bredon 
James Power 
Frs. Power 
Ch. Younghuf- 

band 

Geo. Crawford 
Ro. Trufcott 
Alex. Dixen 
Robert Bull 
T. B. P. Hardy 
Fras Smith 
Chf.sEgan 
G. J. MaiTey 
H. Hickman 
P. Meadows 
T. Mathews 
R. Macdonald 
Geo. Lefebure 
T. J. Forbes 
W. Smith 
J. M. Clofe 
Pat. Campbell 
John May 

l ho. Rogers 
Tho. Gamble 
Alex. Monro 
J. P. Cockburn 
J Chamberlainc 
Hew D. Rofs 
P. Durnford 
Tofeph DArcy 
H. Koicombe 
H. 3. Grant 
James Weft 
Alex. Tulloh 



. S. Sinclair 
Wm Lloyd 
Biabey Walih 
R. H. Birch 
jas.Armfirong 
Rich. Dias 
Edw-. Wilmot 
Geo. Unett 
Geo. Beane 
P. J Hughes 
Win. Stuart 
Marcus Roe 
T. Maclaclilanc 
Wm J.Lloyd 
James Adams 
Fred. Glubb 
Wm. Sfeenley 
Wm Roberts 
John Fead 
Thos. Paterfon 
Adam Wall 
Wm Morrifcn 
Wm Cleeve 
Wm Ho! croft 
Thus. Mafibn 
Rob. Lawfon 
N. W. Oliver 
J. T. Cowper 
ft, Carthew 

id Captains t 
C. H. Godby 
Tas. St Clair 
RJ.J.Lacy,<«#. 
J. A. Clement 
Rob. Douglas 
E. P. Wilgrefs 
G. Thornpfon 
S. Maxwell 
Dug. Campbell 
W. G. Elliott 
Fred. Campbell 
Geo. Turner 
R Cleave land^. 
W. T. Skinner 
J. P. Eiige 
R. Gardiner 
W. Holcombe 
P. Wallace 
R. Jones i 



2#* 



j. E Jones, a, 
W. Benezett 



T. A. Erandreih A. Mercer 



|H. B. La'.ie j 1st Lieutenants t 
iJ.W.Kei .tic well C. P. Deacon 



O. Story 

C. llbtrt 

J. D. B'undell 

F. Hutchiibn 

A. Paul 

J. Brown 

S. Dubourdieu 

E. Whinyates 
John Mitchell 
L. Curmichael 
H. 1 're-lawny 
j. Cbcfter 
Hn.H. Gardnci 
R. Bog ue 
Chas. Tyler 
W. N. Kamfey 
C. Wilkinfon 
C. Sandham 
A. Hunt 

Wm Romer 
H. Onflow 

C. Giimour 

F. Knox 
].. Brilcoe 
j. Taylor 

E. W. Cowley 
J. Winder 

G. Jenkinfon 
H. Pierce 

D. W. Nicholls 
A. Macartney 
C. G. Almes 

S. .Rawlinfon 
T.. Harrifon 
S. Kirby, adj. _ 
James Adye 
Henry Light 
Henry Bates 
J. Rollo, adj. 
Chas. Rooke 
John Smith 
Arthur Fleming 
Geo.Cobbe 
JAkx. Edgar 
jVred. Gordon 
ISam. Bolton 



[as Lloyd 
|H. C Martin 
W. Clibborne 

B. Lefroy 
J. Grant 
Win Power 
G. C. Coffin 
J. Orlebar 

K. 1'nkertham- 
E.C:Wilford,arf 
T. Grqattey 
fas Laftard 
T. Stmubenzec 
Wm Latham 
r. Bette (worth 
T. Cubit t 
F. Bedingfield 

C. Bridge 
Wm Tvvyning 
H. Baynes 

T. G. Brown 

D. Grant 
J. Gomin 
V. Terrell 
Chas. Moffe 
Mat. Lord 
Wm Butts 
L Scott 
Wm Greene 
R. M. Cairnes 
f. Mallctt 

A. Maxwell 
john Marlow 
R. Douglas 

C Petley 
W. Miller, fen. 
Edw. WUfli 
Thos. Dvnely 
W. A. Dingley 

ktt Parker 
Chas. Maitland 
IX Skeltbri 
H. C. Ruflel . 
T. Fead 
R. B. Delafons 



Wm Loring 
T. Darby 
E. Walcott 
A. Dury, adj. 
S. Rudyerd 
G. Lea'r 
K. Digby 
Wm'Bcntham 
Wm Cat or 
T. S. Byers 
W. C. Smith 

C. C. Danfey 
Sam. Scrfven 

D. Billet 

A. Thompfon 
A. F. Crawford 
H. Gordon, adj. 
W. Colebrook 
R. A Rollo 
}. Conroy 
Ber. Wills 
Rich. King 
W. D. Jones 
Wm Dundas 
Fred. Arabin 
Edw. Michell 
Wm Miller 
Lewis Evans 
R. B. Hunt 

C. Crutteden 
Peter Faddy 
Chris. Clarke 
Phil. Stanhope 
Cha. Napier 
W. Wylde, adj. 
Cha. Gordon 
W. E. Maling 
M. Somerville 
Wm Webbs 

D. Bourchier 
Walker 

A. Machachlan 
Fho. Scott 
Cha- Blachley 
John Dowfe 
M. Ay town 



1. M'Konochie |A. M'Dor.ald 



fohn Longley 
J. H. R. Moore 
H. G. Jack f on 
Edw. Barlow 
Edw. Sabine 
Henry Curtis 
J. M-Ghic 
Thos. Trotter 
J. Woolcombe 
W. F. Lindlay 
Chas. Douglas 
Wm Dunn 
F. Robertfon 
Z. C. Bayley 
Wm A. Davies 
Hen. Felling 
J, W. Johnfton 
E. Cruttcnden 
'Fho. Dewell 
T. Macdonald 
C.J. Holloway 
J. M. Stratton 
Chas. Clofe 
J. W. Spellen 
W. Lampriere 
Allan Cameron 
Jas. Sinclair 
Thos. Atchifon 
R.ob. Duport 

.A.M'Leod,cfl'. 

as. Gray 

as. Fogo 

. Crawley 

)'H. Baynes, ad. 
S. P. Brett 
Hon.W.Arbuth 

not 

fas. Evans 
T. Carter 
H. Blachley 
J. A. Chalmer 
J. E. G. Parker 
Hugh Mallctt 
Fal. Hope 
W. Pack en ham 
Chas. Wilfon 
Forbes M'Bear. 
Rob. Newland 
W. H. Stopford 



W. Saunders 
J.C.Eloomfield 
Geo. F. Steel 
C. S. Downman 
E. B. Gapper 
Geo. Durnford 

C. King 
W. R Grant 
Geo. Pringle 

D. J. Edwards 
Geo. Smith 






Wm. Oidham 
£, Seward 
Lloyd Dowfe 
Geo. J. Belfon 
Peter Stewart 
Rob. F. Romer 
R. Moleiworth 
F. R. Chemey 

D. Craufurd 
Jolm Walih 
Win Bell 
Gjorge Frafer 
Matthew Louis 
Tho. Grantham 
Sam. Charters 
Fran. Hautain 
Thos D. Jones 
Edm. Hawker 
Root H. Ord 
Jonah Grant 

E. Rayensford 
ichn Gordon 
Wm Brereuon 
3. Robinfbn 
Wm Duncan 
P. V. England 
W. B. P*tten 
\. E. Maimfell 
w. R. P.eins 
E. Hunt 

H. M. loathes Rob. Harding 
Irwine Whiiby JG. S. Moore 

m Munro JW. E. Byne 
H. L. SweeringlR. Wooicorr.b;- 



C. Johnilon 
Edw. Coxwell 
C.Dakcn 
J. R. Bruce 
G. W. Croke 
R Cokbrooke 
A. C. Wiilock 
H. A. Cubitt 
R. B. Rawnflev 
R. C. Graham' 
W. A. Pvaines 
C. S. Torriano 
G. Mainwariag 
Lho. BOWUD/ 
Geo. Coufe 
R Hardinge 
Jos. Hauweil 
T. F. Simmons 



George Colts 
AM. Campbell 
B. J. Maitland 
George Jones 
Edw. Collyer 
Geo. A. Witcs 
P. Patton 
J. S. Chapman 
F. Wright 
]. H Wood 
R. J. Home 
W. R fackfon 
J. Kane 
B. R Heron 
J. Maxwell 



J. Hammond 
W. Swabey 
R. Andrews 
H. Forfter 
J. T. Fuller 
E. Sheppard 
A. F. Bayard 
P. W. Lawlor 
G. W. Baker 
E. A. Cotton 
L. S. Robertfon 
A L. Collins 
W. E. Lock 
J. G. Martin 
W. Smith 



G. F. Roberts 
Charles Ford 
L. Wcdycar 
P. Sandilands 
T. N. King 
Hn JThorndike 
Browne Willis 
Thos Cox 

B. H. Vaughsm 
J. Cunningham 

F. WeUs 
R. P. Philips 
T. G. HiggtoB 
George foot 
John Hinks 
A Wright 

G. A I. Graham 
J. Wilfon 
G. Thompfon 
G. Mathias 
J T Elisen 
F. Fox Strang- 

ways 
H. Wyatt 
R Godby 
Samuel Wyatt 
Nat. R Drewry 
E C Vinicombe 
W H Hill 
J H Freer 
Arch. W Hope 
Wm A Gordon 
Geo M Bayne- 
D-vid Patulio 
J C Burton 
J L Smith 
W A Turner 
] arr.es Day 
J Eyre 

C. Otway 
R A Speer 
W Elgee 
Charles Shaw 
C H Lewis 
R S Aitchison 
J M Stephens 
Wm Lemoine 
W I Robe 
3 N Charles 

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[-i G ivlaeieou 
[ S Lw 
W C Auderfoi. 
Geo Browne 
J Tucker 
Cba Manners 
id Lieutenants. 
R Palmer 
D. Lawfon 
P. V. Onflow 
J. R. Horn/by 
". Thongbton 
J. W. Gopreftpn 
M.T. Cromie 

F. W. Smith 

A. O'Schalch 

B. S. Armrtrone 
Taylor 
R. Cookfon 

G. A. Moore 
S. Rich 

r-.I. Evans 
Davits 

J. Pafcoe 

G. I. Rowland 
?. Phelps 
j. Birch 
G. SpilFr 
G. B. Willis 
T. W.-n 
A Carter 
W, B. Wood 
R. O'Haro 

Day 
P. W. Fofter 
j.N.Colquhoui 
Adam Ward 
A R Harrifon 
W. Cavenagh 
G. Charlton 
R Kendall 
H. R. Right 
T. Richardfou 
A. Reid 
G. J. Hunter 
R. Manners 
S.J. Birtages 
t E. Breton 
f. Merrier 



J. Grant 

E. D. Bayn.es 

J. Street 

F. Weft on 
pep, Adj. Gen. 
John Macleod 
Quarter Mast. 

M'Gleazy 
R. Robinfon 
Tames Reid 
Tafen Wigton - 
Thomas Belts 
John M' Coy- 
Charles Hill 
James Rainie 
Samuel French 
W. Stewart 
John Elliot 
Sam. Barnes 

Ins p. Gi " . of 
Ordnance Ho'sp. 
Sir J. M. Hayes 
Surg. Gent and 

Inspector, 
John Rotio 
Assist. Sur. Gen. 
id Dtp. Insb. 
Guft. Irwin 

Surgeons, 
Wyvilf Smith 
A I. [amiefon 
[of. Kearfley 
Wm Wit-nan 
John Morton 
J. M'Culloch 
N. Hora&y 
H. Ferris 
R. Roberts 
!Wm Durie 
■jam. Kenning 
James Davies 
Mich. Parker 
Jofhua Fletcher 
S. Gaisford 

Brigade of 
R. ArttLDrt-vers 
R. Douglas, Com 
C. James, major 



Captains, 
H. Churchill 
G. Maffef 

Chas A. Queft 
E. Keaton 
N Turner 
G. Robinfon 
John Charlton 
Henry Lane 
W. Humphrey 
G. Grime 
John Smith 
Lieutenants, 

H. Lennon 
R. Smith 
|of. Martineau 
J. Crawley,^'. 
X high Crooke 
[. Ben atari 
P. Wilkinibn 
Fred. Read 
T. Benningdon 
Henry Willis 
1 hos Windows 
fas. Evans 
T. Richardfon 
lohn Hay 
John Blythe 
George Smith 
C. A. Thuring 
Chas Pearce 
Wm Blythe 
George Fiske 
Wm. Harris 
Moore Jordan 
John Stewart 
Wn Thomas 
Peter Smith 
John Bruce 
W.Goble 
T. Gibbons 
Geo. Stace 
John Allen 
Fhos Bowles 
Edw. Stanley 
A I. Tanfwell 
John Prieft 
- Oliver 
Tho. White 

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Jas Freeman 
Peter H. Short 
George Ruddle 
Fhos Jorden 
[ohn Wilford 
WLRoberts,^ 
G. Weaver 
M. Evans 
W. Carthew 
T. I. Heckford 
B. Abercromby 
T. Pice 

B. D. Nicoll 
G. Wilkinfon 

Phibor 

Rob §tead 
T. Hallifax 
J. Hay 

id 1/r.iitenants, 
j Armstrong 
Wm Smith 
T W ftfarfkett 
J. Haw ell 
J. Roberts 
S. Reve 

Weir 

J. Dick: r 
— Payne 

Vet. Surgeons, 
J. Percival 
W. Stockley 
Geo. Price 
Rich. Cordeaux 
Rob. Cumming 
Jof. Goodwin 
Henry Coward 

C. O Conner 
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Eritifti Iflands. 
Col. Commaa. 
D. Hamilton 
W. Langley^.c. 
Cha.Tud0r.Md7' 

Captains, 
Th. Aird 
r. W. Whittle 



Sam. Watlbn 
Huxley Sande: 
Francis Wright 
Eenj. [army 
Chas, Turner 
Patrick Ewing 
C. Ravenscroft 
R. Haviland 
Geo. Darley 

JLieutenants , 
T. Hilton 
J. Purvis, adj. 
Sam. John it on 
T. Pardoe 
John Sidaway 
B. Horfcll 
Gilbert Aird 
Bafil Jackfon 
J Kirkwood 
j. de Beaker 
J, Harrison 
Cornets, 
Wm Balam 
V. Ravenscroft 
Chas; Tudor 
Sam. Bcatty 
Wm Seymour 
J; M« Vicar 
^enj. Watfon 
T. Charleton 
Chas Morifon 

Dickens 

W t Mellifh 
W. Aitkin 

Paymaster, 
Wm 'Pettigrew 

John Purvis,^ 

Surgeon, 
JT. Wynne 

Ass/t. Surg, 
G. Burleigh 
W. Vaffall 

Vet. Sur?. 
F. Cherry 

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Wfti J. Arab in 
Major t t 

R Barton 
Hon.G. Murray 
Captains-, 

William Blair 
H. Langiey 
Hen. Hopkins 
Chas Jackfon 
Hn.E.P.Lygofi 
Paunc. Duncan 

Lie\ts. 
Jas Drvcitn 
Rd. E. Welby 
jf.nies Young 
Edward Lacy 
r.V.'.J.Griffith' 

Berver 

W. Girdleslone 
Cor. and Sub Li. 
G.B. Crompton 
G. Peniberton 
John Clarke 
L. G. .Langiey 
Sir J. Cox 
Jo. Hen. Davi-, iC. T.Hall 
Cor. and Sub. Lt. JasDryden Adj. 



LIFE GUARD?. 

L 

Britain. 

Colonel. 
KofHarrmeton 

Lt. Cds, 
F. S. Rebow 
T. O'Lochiin 

I\Ic : cr<, 

L. Bradlhaw 
James Birch 
Captains, 

•herb. Stevtart 
Sam. Ferrier 
Edw. Davies 
E. F. Agar 
J. B. Oliver 
H. Brrftow 
Liettts. 
John Whale 
Geo. Herbcit 
Henry Savage 
T. Beardmore 
John Totokins 
Montagu Liiid 



! Captains, 
W. G. Cherry 
Wm Cluddc 
■Reb..C. Packe 
C. T. Wood 



Lieut. Cols. 

Henry Fane 
Wm Fuller 

I.Ijjurs, 
G. Teeidale 



John Chambers 
\. H. Re;d 
Job. Kelly 
P. S. Adair 
— — — ■ adj. 
Surgeon, 
J. Paternofter 
T. Davis. Assist 

Veter. Surg. 
S. Bloxham 
Cox & Green- 
wood, Agents 

II. 

Britain. 

Colonel, 
Vifc. Cathcart 

Lt. Cols. 
C. Barton 

"s 



J Moore, o« 
Sissis*. o?tr<r. 

Jof. Gailhrcf 
Vetcr. Surgeon. 

John Field 

Cox & Green- 
wood, Agents. 

Royal Horse 

guards. 

Britain. 

Colonel. 

DofNorthumb 

Lieut. Cols. 
John Dorrien 
J. Elky 

Majors, 
R C. Hill 
T. Athorpe 



John Thovts 
John Hurit 
G. A. Fenwick 
Wm Tefry 

L.ieuts. 
John j aylor 
Wm Clayton 
Fhos Parker 
Clement Hill 
Geo. Richards 
Wm Drake 
W. Richarcfon 
G. W. Viliiers 
W. H. Grubbe 

Corn-As, 
C. J. Marsack 
Diaper Neville 

ohn Jcbb 
R O.Femvxkc 
Hen. Hanraer 
Jo. Taylor, adj. 

Or. Masters, 
John Dukes 
George Heap 
Rich. Morton 
Ed. Adams 
Rich. Barnes 
Joieph Moore 
T. Varley 
.Simon Hirft 
Dav. Slow i'.vrg-. 
W.Lmng,Assist. 
Tas Seddall V.S 
Mr Bownas Ag 

DK. GUARDS. 

I. 

(King's.) 

Britain. 

Colonel, 

Sir W. A. Pitt 



R. E. Acklom 

Capic : ns, 
Hen. Graham 
Wm Gore 
Abr. C. Sober 
j. F. Addifcn 
Philip Ray 
Mic. Turner 
R. Barrow 

F. J. Horn 
T. F. Naylor 
John C^uicke 
Jas Foriyth 

C Montgomery 
Lieuts. 

J. Dowthwaite 
Wm Elton 
Jas Leatham 
J. P. Sweny 
J. M. White 
J. D. Binghurst 

G. Fairholme 
f. B. Deh.p 
Ion.G.Dawfon 

Rob. Flarvey 
. Bottomlcy 
aha Ffsk 
. . N. Quicke 

Cornets, 

Jn. Wilkin fon 
John Norbury 
li. Hutchinson 

T.Webfter/jyw. 
J. P. Sweny adj. 
Jn. Going, SWjr. 
T.P.Lea, Assist. 

Vet. Surveu. 
Wm. Clarkson 
Greenwood and 
Co. Agents. 



aoj 



II. 

(Queen's.) 
Britifh Ifiands. 

Colonel, 
C. Crawfurd 

Lieut. Cols. 
James Erikine 
L,d. Berresford 

Majors, 
Edw. Vicars 
Jas Kearney 
Captains, 
Wm Gordon 
W. H. Spicer 
Weft. Humes 
R. B. Gabriel 
Rob. Bounce 
W. H. Tonkin 
H. Tower 
R. Adams 
Hon. J. Cocks 
C. L. Phipps 

Lieuii. 
Wm Brew 
Wm Rogers 
|oha Haraes 
Cha. Stallard 
fn Late ward 
H. B. Gambell 
C. Stoodley 
W. Chamber- 

layne 
W T Mayfon 
J H Bourne 
John Scott 

Cornet!, 
Edward Dyer 
jW.F. Elliotte 
H M Wardell 
Wmi Bush 
A. Sbakespear 
— Collins 
H. B^aburne j 
Ed. Quillinan I 

G. Watfon,/>^.| 



— Collins, Ajj. 
J Strachan surg 

Assist Surg. 
O. Lindsey 
T. Smith, w /. sur. 
Greenwood, & 

Cox, Agents. 



III. 

(Pr. of Wales's) 
Britifh Ifiands. 
Rich. Vyfc, Col. 

Lieut. Cols 
Sir T. C ale raft 
C. L. Wation 
Majors, 

A. B. Clifton 

H. G. Strutt 
Cihiainsy 
G. Holmes 
A H Belches 
Ar. Wefton 
Geo. T. Brice 
John Betton 
George Watts 
Ld-Burgherfh 
Ed. Bracburn 
Abel Ram 
C. S. Watkins 

Lieats. 
Wm Tiede 
Rich. Clark 
Tohn Evans 
Geo. White 
E R Story 
A. Slow art 
«J. Story 
jn Paterfon 
St Leger Hill 
G. Maunfell 
G. Goate 
J W Gray 
Lawford Burn 
John Ferrier 

Comets, 
H. Cummings 
Wm Shum 
Edw. Jeffreys 
Hn. P. F. Cuft 



Geo. Ormsby 

J. Arscott/'tfj/w. 
G. Goate adj. 
W.Marfden,.^/-. 

Assistants, 
Jo. Coleman 
Alex. Schelky 

-veter. surg. 
J. Whitehoufe 

Agents. 
Collyer & Son 

IV. 

(Royal Irith.) 

Britifh Iflands, 

M Staveley Cvl. 

Lieut. Cols. 

J. Thewles 
H. Tfeefiiale 

Majors, 

Fran. Sherlock 
Robert Rofs 
Captains, 
Wm Ogilvie 
G. Smith 
Henry Moore 
Wi F. Leatham 
John White 
H. Le Grange 
P. Hamilton 
jas Butler 
i). J. Webb 
H. W. Hucton 



L : :ids. 
Thoi Boyd 
M. Richardfon 
A A O'Reilly 
James Shaw 
W. Drought 
T. Froft 
Edmund Lally 
George Ackers 
Rich. Falkiner 
Tho. Comber 

Cornets, 
Hen. Tratford 
1" W Stuart 



Rob. Warren 
John King 
jo. Clemifon 
Theo. Butler 
G Warbrick 

E.Goodwin, pm. 

Adjutant, 
M. Richardfon 
N. Bruce, surg. 

Assist. Surg. 
Cha. Dalrymple 
A Hall i day m.d 
AKirwan, F.S. 
Hopki.ifou & 
Son, agents. 



V. 
(Princefs Char- 
lotte of Wales's^ 
Britain Iflands 
T. Bland, Col. 
Lieut. Cols. 
Hon. R- Taylor 
HnWPonfonby 

Majors, 
W. Jones 
Wm Brooke 

Captain;, 

A. H. Gordon 
Serj. Prefcoct - 

D. Stephens 

Fra. Aikin 
Wm.Irwm 

I. A. Ormsby 
Wm Joyce 
Cna.Blackmore 
John Johmtom 

E. Sankey 

L'euts. 
Geo. Bradihaw. 
P. Warrington 
John Bayley 
R.D. Cane 
J. BrunikiU 
W. Walker 
E. Haughton 
Hen. Wrixon 
S. Moore 



TZd Kellet 
Keph. Gordon 
Hon.A.Curzon 
R. Wrixon 
F G Bradfhaw 

Ccrnsts, 
Hen ry Lee 
C. Walker 
Wan Rogers 
T. Brunker,/\«F. 
E,Iiaiight«n,ao'. 
W. Joyce. Ri.mas 
WH.Coates,jz/; 

Assist. Surg. 

Wm Harrifoo 

J. M-Fadgen 
J.B.Stanley, v. s. 
Cane &. Son. gg 

VI. 

f Carbineers.) 
Britifh Iflands. 

Colonel, 
E.Carhampton 

Lieut. Cols. 
Arth. Ormsby 
Alex. J. Goldie 

Majors, 
St Geo. French 
J.L. Higgins 

Captains, 
H. Davenport 
L. F. Stanhope 
Charles Irwin e 
H. %um 
r F Fisher 
Wm Rutledge 
Tho. Butler 
Wm Ebhart 
F. Hartwell 
W. Hanson 

Liettit. 
A Forguflbn 
P. H. Goldie 
J. Kennedy 
StT. Ffgftch 
H. Archdale 
Edw. Bay n tun 
Thomas Hiilas 
S~a 



Whit. Smart 
R. M'Dowall 
J. C. Crellin 
H Moriarti 
Cornets, 

B. Smith 
P. Fleefon 
Jas Bin ner 
John Jones 
Hen. Burton 
Alex. Strachan 
John Goldie 
Wm Huish 
David Flay 
D. Hay, Paym. 

Adjutant, 
R. M'Dowal 
5. Higgins, Sur, 
Assistant Surg. 
John Ehvyer 
Jas Arthur 

C. Blinnan,<y. « 
Avents, 

Collyer & Son 

VII. 

fPrfs Royal's.) 
Britifh Iflands. 

Calomel, 
SirW.Meadowo 

Lieut. Cols. 
Hon. S. Mahon 
Hon.ChasHope 

Majors, 
W. Latham 
P.- Maxwell 
Captains, 
P. Dunne 
IE A. Head 
E". Buubury 
T. Ycunghuf- 
band 
Wm Davis 
W M.AIorrifon 
EdmundPo vver 
William Power 
James Marftfenj 
ERCSheldjn 



Lieuts. 
H. B. Weftropp 
Hick. E. Rofe * 
Robert Miller 
R. Drake 
J. Scholey 
MichaelMahor 
j. B. PhilEpfon 
Fhos Shaw 
W. Hay 
Hen. Tweedy 
R. Hay 
Cha. B. Coles 
Rich. Dcfpard 
R. Gem 

Cornets, 
James Ellis 
John R. Bond 
J. Love well 
W H Digby 
R. S. Rixton 
Henry -Jrotty 
John Lyster 

jixnings,j>.m. 

Mahou, adj. 
Jof. Rofe, Surg. 

Assist. Surg, 
T. G. Logan 
John Lyster 
J. Mellows, "J, 

Agents. 
Mr Bownas, & 
Reed & Fraser. 

DRAGOONS. 
I. 

(RoyaU 
Britifh Iflands. 

Colon si, 
fhos Garth 
Lieut. Coh. 
John Siade 
Hon.G. de Grey 

r.N.Wvndham 
R. P.Jervoii'e 

Cshjttaitis, 

P. Dorville 
F. E. Morrice 



u 



C. Purves 
Jame=. Lamottt 
Wm Montagu 
C.E. Radcliffe 
T.O Auderdon 
Jeorge H niton 
Wm Crofbie 
Edw. Kelly 
Lieuts. 

W.D.Flamftead 
J. Armitrong 
N. Eckerfley 
John Knipe 
Henry Stisted 
red. Watfon 
3. Webb. 
Alex. K. Clark( 
C. M. St Paul 
Paul Paipps 
C. Crifpigney 
George Grigby 
Wm jenes 
C. Folter 

Heathcote 
R. Dawfon 
E. C. Windfor 

Cornets, 
C. Conyers 
C L Methuen 
H. R. Carden 
Edin Trafibrd 

Paymaster, 
Mic. "Byrne 
N. Eckerfley, adj 
Jn Irwine, Surg. 

Assist. Surg. 
George Steed 
]. Mackenzie 
W.Rydii\g.vet.s. 
Cox ec Green- 

wood, agents. 

II. 

Scots Greys.) 

Britift Iflands. 

Cc, <ns!, 

Sir D. Dundas 



Lieut, ttolsi 
R. Balfour 
j. Hamilton 
Majcrs, 
I E. Clarke 
T. P. Hank in 

Captains, 
R. E. Cheney 
L. Johnftonc 
Jas Poole 
jas Ker 

Robert Vernon 
Thos Reignolds 
George James 
Hn.F.Oathcart 
Richard Bullcn 
Ales, Campbell 

Lieuts. 
John St -/bo 
Wm Walker 
Hen. M'Miiian 
J. G. Peters 
D. R. Diekfon 
C. D. Sibthorp 
Lever Legge 
J. Cunningham 
J. Hall 

Arch. Chriflie 
H. G. Barnard 
John Mills 
Edw. Payne 

Cornets j 
T. Gordon 



III. 

(King's.) 
Eritifh Iflands. 

Colonel. 
W. Cartw right 

Li'ui. Cols. 
W. Waller 
G. B. Mundy 

Majors, 
Charles Pye 
Henry Wood 

Captains, 

Randall Goffip 
W.W. Currey 
E. D. Sitwell 
W. U Clowes 
W. L. F. Scott 
Thoa Hutchins 
G. W. Perrott 
A. Heywood 
T. Barrington 
II. S. Sitwell 

Ghas Randall 

Geo.Younghuf- 

band 
T. C. Watfon 
W. H. Cooper 

y 

Gubbins 
Jackfon 
j. Massey 
J. H. Colt 
f. B. Evans 
W. J. Lenthal 
Francis Stupertj Wm Selby 

John Hunter 



V\ . XI. 

J. Grej 

jas Gu 
S. Tack 



.Cov:m,/\7y; 
Adjutant, 



Hen, 



.ajutanr. 
M'-Mi 



Gerrard 
[as Webber 



Ban ID. MoncrieiTe 



R J Jonesj-wro-. 
Assist. Surg. 
Win Young 
R. Buchan 
J Trigg, vet. sur 
Adair, & Reed 
-3c Eraser,^?/*/ 



Comets, 
Wm Hoey 
John Cobden 
J Bowater, Adu 
R.K)dgfo«,*.?s 
I*. French, sur 
Assist. Surg. 
Wm Jones 
John Jones 



Veter. Surg. 
J. Blan chard 
Greenwood & 

Cox, Agents, 



IV. 



Britiin Iflands. 

Colonel, 
F. Hugonin 

/****. Ce/>. 

LdE.Somerfet 
J. C. Dalbiac 

Majors, 

C. P. Ainflie 
Burgh Leighton 

Captains, 
Bohua Shore 
ri G. Dalbiac 
ames Hugonin 
Wm Onflow 
Car. Spedding 
J. L. Phillips 
S. Walton 
James Holmes 
W. H. /flight 

Linds. 
John Dalton 
Win Frver 
Fhos W. Baker 
Keane Ofborne 
Hn D. Carleton 
T. C. Teuton 
Geo. Luard 
Geo. Chantry 
Chas Forbes 
E. Wildman 
N. Norcliffe 
A. F. Gregory 

Comets, 
W. G. Langton 
John Carleton 
Ham. Alpe 
Wm Light 
W. Tongue 
Wm Fendall 
Paymaster, 
H. Pacrickfon 



G. Chantry, adj. 
Ja. Alack, surg. 

Assist. Surg. 
Geo. Morse 

V*t. Surg. 
T. Burro we s 
Hopkinibn & 

Son, Agents. 

VI 

(Innifkiiling.) 
Britifh Iflands. 

Colonel, 

E. of Pembroke 
Lieut. Cols. 

]. Prince 

R. O' Donovan 

Majors, 
J. R. Fletcher 
Harry Croft 
Captains, 
Steph. Stoddard 
John O'-Connor 

F. S. Miller 
Henry Madox 
C. F. Burton 
W. F. Browne 
George Croft 
W. Dovvfon 
T. Mackay 
W. F. Hadden 

Lieuts. 
T. Chapman 
Jas Heywood 
Field. S. Jones 
T. Hilton 
Ed Ho.Ibech 
Hon.S. Douglas 
T; Kerfteman 
Theo. Biddulph 
Thos Hibbert 
R. St Aubin 
A. S. Willett 
R. Harris 
R. Yorke 

Comets, 
C. M ; Mahon 
John Linton 
Henry Petre 



308 



P. Glover, pm. 
|.Hcywood,ai//. 
jo. Eokon,^w'^. 

Assist. Surg. 
Is. Silcock 
R. Vincent, i:sur 
Browell, agent. 

vn. 

(Queen's own.) 
BritiJh Iflands. 
Ld Paget, CoL 
L'umt. Cols. 
R, H. Vivian 
E. Kerrifon 

M :•'-;•..-, 

Hon. B.Paget 
G.H.Cavendifh 

Captair.s, 
Chas Denfhire 
G. Cholmley 
Edw. Hodge 
G. Treweike 
W. Thornhill 
SGDuckinhdd 
C. Lovelace 
Thos Pipon 
Win Campbell 
Win Venier 

Lieuts. 
Wra Shore 
Paget- Bayley 
E. S. Long 
Ro. Craufurd 
Hon.E.Waide- 
grave 

E. Sehmidern 
Geo. Stone 

T. W. Robbins 
Hn.H.Lowther 
J. H. Robeck 
Phos. Wildman 

Cornets, 
J. Descars 
R. Champion 

F. G. Goodwin 



H.Keppd, /!>.>* 



VVm Shore, a<//'.|Ben. Peach 



D. Irwin, surg 
WDraysoo,<zfj 

I'. Davies • 



j. .hn Par 
Cox & Green- 
wood, at ekts. 



(King's RJrifh 
Eait Indies. 
Colonel, 
John Floyd 

Lieut. Gels, 
J. S. Wool 
R. R. Giiiefpie 

Afajors. 
Ch. Tohhibn 
H. Westenra 

Captains, 
Thomas Saul 
Win Martin 
George Bolton 
G. R. Deare 
Jn Cummings 
R. Young 
W. Bruton 
Geo. Brown 



Lieuts. 

H. W. Slade 
G. W. Walker 
J. Baumgaradt 
A. Dickfon 
J. Williams 
E. Byrne 
Yar. Joimfon 
S. T. Edwards 
J. L. White 
T. D. Burro we 5 
A. Van Court- 

landt 
T. Harrington 
AndrewCreagh 
Sam. Andrews 
Tl Pottinger 
Phos. Erett 



Tho. Price 

Comets, 
W. Beatty 
mtg. — Mayer 
ter Tho. Morgell 
H. Heyman 
Tho. Burrowes 
David Bland 
T K. Taylor 
Henry Floyd 
T. P. Barlow 
j.S D:irb\pi:\ ». 
A. Dixon, ad. 
G.Proctor, .w/rg'. 

Assist. Surg. 
John Smet 
G. M. Callow 

Vel. Surg. 
T. Bun-owes 
Cox & Green- 
wood, Agents 



H. T. Parker 
Jofeph Rolfe 
Hn. W. Viiliers 
W. Peacock 
Chas Lucas 
Dennis Malion 
Knott 



Britilh Iflands. 

Colonel, 

Earl of Rofslyn 

Lieut. Cols, 

B. T. Henniker 
Hon. T. Mahon 

Major. 

C. W. Orde 
R. Ellice 

Cap: a ins, 
G. Carmichad 
S. White 
J. Baldwin 
Geo. Gore 
P. Savage 
L. M-Kenzie 
Benj. Handley 
J. Ddanccy 
B. Keene 
Arthur Gore 

Lieuts. 
H. Weftropp 
W. L. Hemes 
John Clarke 
H. C. Wilfon 



B. B. Thomas 
-In. F. Bernard 
L ; ra. Warren 

(.' ; nets, 

J. H. Jackfon 

B. Chapman/.\.:#. 

Adjutant. 
— Knott 

Surer. 
Wm Adams 

Assist. Surg. 
Rich. Swift 
John Luby 

f '". Surgeon. 
]of. Gain 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents. 

X. 

(Pr. of Wales's; 
Abroad. • 
Colonel, 
Prince of Wales 

Lieut. Cols, 
Geo. Leigh 
Quintin 
lyI tjors, 

C. Palmer 

Ld C. Manners 

Captains, 
R. Oliver 
Ld R. Manners 
Hn F. Howard 

F. J. Darby 

G. J. Roberts 
Arab. Goddard 
Phos Bowen 
S. G. Newport 
T. Smith 

EL E. Williams 



S3 



299 



Lieut s. 



lAetcis. 



\deGrammont C. G. Ridout 
G. F. Knipe 



C. J. Gordon 
Nieh. Brown 

B. Harding 
HCCavendiui 
Rich. Jebb 
H.Duperier 
Simon H. Stuart 

' Cornets, 

C. O'Haggerty 
G.FitzClarence 
A. Finucane 

J. Roberts, p.m. 
H. Dupericr ad. 

Surgeon, 
W. Taylor 

Assist. Surg. 

John Denny 

C. Morrison 

Vet. Surg. 

Cox & Green- 
wood, agents. 



XI. 

British Iflands. 

Colonel, 
Marq. Lothian 

Lieut. Ccls, 

G. Th. Thomas 

H. J. Gumming 

Majors, 
J. W. Sleigh 
il. Diggeus 

Captains. 
A. Money 
Jas Bourchier 
Robert Horslev 
C. R. Barret 
3eni. Lutyens 
M. Childers 
W. F. Schreiber 
P. A. Lautour 
Fhos Jenkins 
Ben. Artley 



Geo. Sicker 
Charles Fallon 
Fred. Wood 
Thomas Prior 
Rt Thompfon 
Charles King 
J. P. Lindfel 
Thomas Gould 
Edw. Fawkes 
J. A. Schreibe 
T. Gartfide 
Fhos Crawford 
Jas. Duberley 
Jo. Jenkins 
Win Smith 
Hen. Smith 



Cornets, 

J of. BuJden 
Fhos. Binny 
Rich. Coles 
Benj. L. Lye 



L. 



D. Lutyens,£./,v. 
T. Gould, adj. 
J . Bullock, sur. 
Assist. Surgs. 
T. Watkins 
Jas Dunne 

Vet. Surg. 
R. Gouldthorp 
Creafdaile, ag. 

XII. 

(Pr. of Wales's) 
Bricifh Iflands. 

Colonel, 
iir J. Stewart 
Lieut. Cols, 
M.Archdall 
R. Browne 

O. Blunden 
W. F. Spicer 



Captains, 
Chas Morlaud 
J. P. Bridger 

F. J. Dickens 
S. Stawell 

L. Daniel 

G. W. Stammer 
J. T. Morgan 
Tho Dickenlbn 
Geo. F.rskine 
G. A. Bouverie 

Lieuts. 
Simon Pepper 
John Kearney 
Mm M'Neil 
Wm Webb 
R. Weitropp 
Rich. Fulton 
Wm Heydon 
Arth. Saunders 
Alex. Barton 
J. Clark 
J. N. Macleod 
E. F. Phelps 
T. Shields 
Wm Hall 



'XIII. 
Britifh Iflands. 

F. Craig, Col. 
Lieut. Cols, 

Robert Bolton 
Mich. Head 

Maj. 
P. Doherty 
J. Muter 

Captains, 
R. Morris 
>. Boyce 

G. Laurence 
Ro. Buch'annan 
B. Lawrence 
William White 
Cha. Stilted 
S. Whitiugham 
Jof. Doherty 
Ja. M'Alilter 



Cornets, 
Jof. Phillips 
John Gitterick 
Wm Dowdall 
Rob. Carew 
3. Ware 
Hen. Andrews 



Robbin,^. m 
Gitterick, &t& 
Robertfon,£. 

Assist. Surg. 
E. Wardroper 

Jn Feron, v. s. 
Greenwood, & 
Co. agents 



Ijieuts. 
J. S. Taylor 
Cofby Young 
Jas Lennox 
Sam Holmes 
M. Bowers 
T. C. S. Corry 
John J. Mofs 
W. Davis 
Hen. Podmore 
John Major 
Jas Conndine 
Wm Moreton 
Geo. Doherty 
S. C. Turner 
J. H. Arnold 
N. G. Johnfton 
Luke White 
Thos. Dunken 
Fred. Geale 
Wm D'Arcy 
Jn Drought 

Cornet v, 
J. T. Proby 



aw 



J. A. Hodfon 
R. B. Edwards 

E.Gardiner,^.w. 
S. Holmes, adj. 
J. Roche, surg. 
Assist. Surg. 
Thos Stevens 
S. Chard, v. sur. 

Agents, 
Collyer & Son. 

XIV. 
Duch. of York's 
Britifti Iflands. 
Earl of Bridge- 
water, Col. 
Lieut. Cols, 
Sam. Hawker 
N. Talbot 

Maj. 

F. B. Harvey 
Hon. C. Butler 

Captains^ 
John Chapman 
D. J. Mahony 
C. M. Baker 
P. Hawker 
{Peter Keogh 
V. Knightley 
Hn H. Neville 
W. Bret her ton 
T. P. Milks 
Pat. Stirling 

Lieuts. 
T. Campbell 
In Babington 
JR. Knipe 
[Dan. Cap el 
J. Dawfon 
jHon.E. Dormer 
J. Townfhend 
Benj. Shotten 
Chas Eyre 
C. Read 
J. H. Forster 
H. Wallace 



iohn Gwynne 
.. B Badcock 
T. T. Ellis 

Cornets, 
T. Smith 
W. Wainman 
Aug. Foster 
Tames Hay 
fhos Clifton 
Wm Jones 
W. J. Pearfon 



Lieuts. 
Ma. Williams 
las Buckley 
J. R. Whiteford 
M. Pierrepoint 
Skin. Hancox 
J. Elliot 
Baron During 
Wm Abbs 
Robert Ball 
Walter Snow 
E. Knight 
Hn. A. South- ijohn Penrice 



well 
J.Flanegan,j5.»?. 

B. Shotten, adj. 
J. Kiifton, surg. 

Assist. Surg. 
— Widmer 
Matthew Spry 
W. M'Gilivray 
RThompfonv.o. 

Agents, 
Collyer & Son. 

XV. 
(King's) 
Light Dragoons 
Abroad. 
Colonel, 
Duke of 
Cumberland 
Lieut. Ccly 
R B. Long 

C. Grant 
Majs. 

F. Forrefter 
W. N. Leitch 

Captains, 
Henry Fofket 
]n Broadhurft 
E. M. Murray 
L.C. Dalrymple 
E. Griffith 
T. Seelinger 
C. A. Keylfger 
Hn W.Cochran 
Jof. Thackwell 
Al. Gordon 



L. P. Jones 
Chas Jones 
C. Carpenter 
P. de trancke 

Comets, 
Sam. Jenkins 
Jas Laroche 
e. C. Philips 

Paymaster, 
E. P.'Henflow. 
Chas Jones, adj. 

Surg. 
W. Lidderdale 

Assist. Surg. 
J. Forbes 
Hen. Davis 
j. S.Dai ley, v.s, 
Greenwood <3c 

Co. agents 

XVI. 
(Queen's.) 
Britilh Iflahds. 
Hon. W. Har- 
court, Colonel 
Li cut. Cols, 
J. Affleck 
Stap. Cotton 
G. Anion 

Mais. 

Cie. Archer 
HonLStanhope 

Captains, 
Ravm. Pelly 
Wm T. Boyce 



ames Hay 
G. H. Murray 
R. Afhwcrth 
J. H Belli 
Hon H. Lygcn 
Hon E.C. Cock 
C. Swetenham 
Lord Clinton 

Lieuts. 
Robert Lloyd 
Sam. Dudley 
H. M'lntolh 
W. Giafcot 
R. B. Johnfon 
Ceo. Thompfon 
J. Blake 
W. Perife 
W. Uoton 
W.RSewell 
R. Weyland 
Hugh Owen 
Wm Hay 
Jo. P. Buchanan 
vV\ J. Alexander 
Jo. Barra 
HVanHagen 
W. Tomkini'on 

Cornets, 
Hen. B. Bence 
Fhos Penrice 
Chas bawyer 
Wm Lockhart 

Grimes 

C T. Bifhop 
Fell Lloyd 
Hn Chas Gore 

T. Burnet, pm. 
Jo. Barra, adj. 

Surg. 
Ifaac Rcbinfon 
Ass':st. Surg. 
J. O'Mealiy 
R. T. Healde 

Vet. Surg. 

John Peers 
Agents, 
Collyer & Son 



Trhi. 



XV Li. 


Surg. 


W. Pearl on 


rl. A. Gladwyr 


Eaft Indies. 


Wm King 
Assist. $*rg. 


Jas Connolly 
|n T. Raynes 


R. J- Edcar 


Colonel, 


L. B. Buckle 


O. D 5 Lancey 


Tohn White' 


f. A. Johnfton 


Col. Anderfon 


£/«& £<?&, 


13. Chriftie 


V. Jones 


Ben. Burton 


Hen. Geo. Grey 






Fho. Coulthard 


Evan Lloyd 


Vet. Surg. 


Cornets, 


R W Maxwell 


Ma). 


E. Coleman 


Wm Gibbs 


G. A. Moultrie 


H. Loftus 


Agents. 


E. Smith 




L. Cotcon 


Greenwood 








&Co. 


W.Deane,^tfy OT - 




Captains, 
Ofw. Werge 





R. RutTVU, ad. 


Cornets, ' 


XVIII. 


Surg, 


Henry Young 


0. Supple 


Embarked. 


Wm Chalmers 


Ben. Jones 


Philip Yifdale 


Marq. of Drog- 
heda, Colrmd 


Assist. Surg. 


J. Rathbone 


[on. Willington 


Fred. Jebb 


[n Fiiltace -^ 


J. Grant 


I A nut. Cols, 


Rob. Hunter 


G. F, Ouintin 


Geo. J. Sale 


Hon. C.Stewart 


J. Nefbitt, -j. s. 


John Lucas 


W. Moray 


O. T. Jones 


Agents. 




H. Yonge 




Greenwood 


L. Neville,/'/?;. 


rho. Fetter 


Majors. 


&L Cox. 


Adjutant, 


W. Roy craft 


T. L. Allen 





J. Rathbone 


Hen. Walker 


L. W. Otway 


XiX. 


Surg. 




Captains, 


(Ailaye.-) 


J. Murray 


Lie ids, 


C. P. Hay 


British Islands 


Assist. Surg, j 


E. Saffery 


Charles Jones 
Philip May 


Col anel, 


J. Barlow 


Wrii Brown 


Ld Vile. Howe 


V. Surg. 


Hon. J. Tones 
J. R. L, Lloyd 
tats Reid 


Jas Hughes 
Robt D. Bolton 


Lieut. Col, 
[as Kennedy 


C. Dymoke 
Greenwood Z<. 


Wm Turing 


J. O. Vandeleur 


Cox, agents. 


John Burton 
Fred. Willoe 


J M Clements 


Mapr. 


— ui> 


G. F. Harvey 


II. Roberts 


XX. 


Ch. John fen 


H. P. Davifon 


Edw. Parker 


Portugal. 


Benj. Adams 


C. Underwood 


Captains', 




John Blake 




Robert LiHe 


■ Colonel, 


l'hos Laliiif 


Lh,<fs, 


Henry Skelton 


Ld Heathfield 


E. Wrixon 


Edward Moore 


Nath. Wilfon 


Lieut. Cols, 


GTW. Wallace 


Edw. Burke 


P. Anderlon 


Sir R. Wilfon 


J. Bracken bury 


Tims Evans 


Edward Geils 


i'hos Hawker 


Ralp. Laurcnct 


Rob. Carew 


Sir G. Tuite 




H. E. Lynch 


Arth. Kennedy 


Rob. Torrens 


M<ij. 


John D'Arcy 


Rirh, Brooke 


C. A. Chapman 


W. W. Blake 


Cornets, 


Cha. Milner 


F. D. Bacon 


T. P. Butler 


Wm Gale 


— Croker 


A. Rols 




fas Johnfton 
las Tomkinfon 


Wm R. Hoey 


Lieut;, 


Captains, 

H. O'Dell 


Rob. RttffeH 


Tohn Crooks 


Michael Ryan 


George Bail 


J. Atkins 
J. Verner 


Wm Barker 


R.Harman,^.w. 


T. Richards 


R. B. Newland 


W. Gale, adj. 


Rich. Ellis 


C. T. Wilfon 


R. Arbuthnot 



Alex. Euftace 
H. Milbanke 
Ed.Molefworth 
E. Mortimer 
G. Foljambe 
Max. Joerres 



Lieuts. 
L. O'Toole 
Wal. Jacks 
W. Lee 
John Cook 
G. A.Burgoyne 
'I ho. Harriibn 
Edw. Broton 
J. S. Park 
R. Duqueme 
E. Connie k 
Thos Wilfon 
Henry Leeky 
Win Upton 



Cornets, 
F. Richardfon 
Rob. Blades 
James Bridger 
Sir G. Webiter 
J. J. Jones 
- Howfham 



Paym. 
J. Atkinfon 
T. Harriion^" 
G. C. M'Adanv 



Assist. Surg. 
[. 3. Gibion 
;. Richardson 

Vet. Surg. 
J. S. Darley 

Hopkinfon & 
Son, agents. 



XXi. 

C. oi G. Hope 
Col. 

B. Tarleton 

Lieut. Cols, 
J. Wharton 
R. Pigot 

Maj. 

W. Spearman 
Thos Bates 

Captains, 
Jofhua Gartside 
W. W. Higgins 
Wm Gladowe 
Edw. Collins 
1'. Hulton 
Abiah Hawkes 
J. R. Craufurd 
j. M. Wallace 
Wm V. Wallis 
John B. Ord 

Lieut. 
Alex. Lecky 
VV.Underwood 
Wm J. Kent 
rraii. Evait 
R. F. Grant 
Fhos Jones 
— Whit ulcer 
Wm Vawdrey 
James Dunbar 
Wm Williams 
NE.Edgeworth 
J. Hare 
F. Ivi'Dermot 
Henry Evatt 
W.J.Alexander 

Cornets, 
J. Dexter 
Wm Hake 
H. Elliott 
John Jones 



|R.bpencer, sur. 

Assist. Surg. 
W.W.Milton 
Fho. W. Pricet 
W.Levett, v. sur 
Greenwood &. 

Cox, agents. 

XXII. 

Eait Indies 
F.E.Gwyn, Col. 

Lieut. Cols, 
James Hare 
Henry Davis 
Majors. 
T.G.Montrefor 
R. Travers 

Captains, 
Jo. Handafyde 
F. H. Dawes 
Hen. Broome 
lot Gordon 
S. Dick 

Fho. Chadwick 
Wm Blundeil 
J. J. Paterfon 
Ro. Miller 

Lieuts. 
Jas Conran 
Geo. M. Hunt 
\. Vernon 
J. MTean 
Lionel Hook 
}. W.Wood 
jus Afhhead 
Jhas Dudley 
B. J. Smith 
Jof. Vernon 
C M St George 
J. W. Parsons 
N. Dairy mple 
R Slegg 
J. Cozens 
Geo. Keir 



J. Collier, paym. 

Adjut >nt, 
W. Williams 



Cornets, 
G. T. Ellis 



Dan.' Stewait 
Isaas Gillam 

Paymast. 

E. Hutchinfon 
J. Afhhead, a.tj. 
F.Edwards surg. 

Assist. Surg. 

F. 'Fymon 
T. Morgan 

J. Thomas, v. s. 

Agents, 
Collyer & Son 



XXIII. 
Britiih Mands. 

Col. 
W. Payne 

Lieut. Cols, 
Hen. Seymour 
P. Rofs 

Maj. 
James Moore 
Hon. F. C Pon- 
fonby 

Captains, 
T. P. Howard 
Rich. Bowles 
Wm Drake 
James Allen 
L\ M. Cutcliife 
W. Warre 
C W Dance 
Ld G. W. Ruffel 
Ld J. T. F. So- 
merset 
J. H. Frankland 

Lieuts. 
John King 
'Fhos Kelly 
W Sleigh 
Tho. Dillow 
Fra. Anderfon 
T. Jarmy 
John Waring 



si" 



Geo. Dodwell 
J. Burke 
Philip Z Cox 
James Ddwd 
Fred. Goulburn 
A. Bolton 
G. Hamilton 
W. Spoon er 
Win Power 

Cornets, 
Stcph. Coxen 
W. Eafterby 
W. Conner 
W B Wade 
John Martin 
G. Battersby 
Sir B. Graham 
Geo. Thorpe 
R.Burford,/>. m. 

Adjutant, 

W. Eafterby 
J. Taylor, surg. 

Assist. Surer. 

5am. Scott 

H. Cowen 

J. Ship, v. surg. 
Agents, 

Greenwood & 
Cox, and Ar- 
mit & Bo- 
rough. 

XXIV. 
Eaft Indies. 
Colon 'l, 
W. Loi'tus 

Lieut- Cclsy 
W. St. Leger 
G. Wynyard 



Majors , 
S. Need 
Ph. Philpot 

Captains, 
Rich. Covell 
James Milne 
Robert Durie 
PIios Smoke 
Geo. Bunce 
W. H. Wallis 
C. Deane 
Vincent Beatty 
T. W. Taylor 

Li cuts. 

Ed. Jennings 
"ohn Tritton 
V. Webb 
H. Courtland 
Arth. J. Macan 
Chas Tucker 
G. I. Call 
Ed. B. Law 
Win C. Young 
M. White 
James Inglis 
- Macan 
Jas Procter 
£. Picard 
John Wythe 
P.Abercrombie 
Charles Dean 
J. M. Gibibn 
Jas Mylne 

Comets, 
H. Nifbett 
A. M'Mahon 
Jot Oueiros 
A- Sh.irpin 



Jas Richmond" 
C. Pelishoddy 

Wardell,/. m. 

Tritton, ad. 

Ruxton, surg. 

Assist. Surg. 
A. Young, 
W. Bean 
WAnderfon «y.j, 

Agents. 

Greenwood & 

Cox. 

XXV. 

E. Indies. 

Colonel, 

R. R. Wilford 

Lieut. Cols, 
G. P. Adams 
H. G. Wade 
Majors, 
W. Carden 
John Jones 

Captains, 
Geo. Davis 
P. Burke 
J. Cunningham 
R. Ellis 

ohn Hilton 

. Sloan e 

ohn Bean 
C.D.Allen 

. Fawcett 

Vm Thorn 
Thos Holt 
P. H. Bvrne 

Lie'uts. 
W. Ongley | 



F. Temple 
Benj. Scott 
W. H. Wade 
Sam. Newman 
F. G. Wade 
A. Dwyer 
R. Kennedy 
E G Taylor 
John Ralfton 
Thos Steele 
Rob.Nicholls 
Edw. Keir 
J. S. S. Walton 
Hen. J. Close 
S. B. Jeffries 



Cornets, 
G S Mackenzie 
P FThorne 
Mat. Smith 
Dan. Cawood 
Jos. Prager 
Abel. Ncale 
Wm Hilton 
S. Newhan 
Jas Murkland 
— Mackintofh 
C.Kennah,/>_yw 
Ab. Ncale, adj. 
P. Pat-rfoivwr. 

Assist. Sur. 
Rich. Daking 
Rob. Dunn 
W. Phipps,v. , 
Greenwood & 

Cox, agents. 



FOOT GUARDS. 



Three Batts. 

I. 
Abroad and 
Brit. Iflands 

His R. H. D. of) 
York, Colonel. 



Lieut. Col. 
Sir H. Burrard 

First Mai. 
Hon. J. Leflie 

See. Maj. 
W. Thornton 



Toird Ma). 
A. Whetham 

Captains, 
H. Warde 
W. H. Clinton 



M. Difney 
H. F. Campbell 
F. C. White 
H. Clinton 
W. Anton 
Rob. Chenev 



at 4 



G. Cooke 
W. Wheatley 
Hon. P. Cocks 
[. Lambert 
M. D. Griffith 
J. F. Kcllv 
Ld C. Bentinck 
Lord ProBy 
]. IX Burnaby 
P. Maidand 
Hon. E. Capel 
pi. Gammel 
G.G.Donaldfon 
LdF. Bentinck 
Hn J. Moreton 
F. Todd 
Hon A. P.Upton 
H. Altiew 
Hon. W. Stuart 
W.RRainsford 
A. W.Durnford 
HnGM'Donald 
E. Sebright 
Samb. Anfon 



f. S. Colquitt 
[.P. Tailing 
R. T. Bin-ham 
H. Wheatley 
F. D'Oyky 
Hon. H. Town- 
ftiend 

L. G. Tones 
H, DOyley 
j. R. Udney 
R H Cooke 
W. A Sotheby 
Ed Stables 
S. C. Martin 
I. D. Weft 
R. Clitkerow 
T. Dorville 
Wm Cheney 
R. A. Dalzdl 
In Hanbury 
C. Bifnop 
Hon. JDe 
Courcy 



K. Evans 
G. Clifton 
Geo. Fead 
C. Thomas 
HnJ.M'Donald 
Henry Packe 
C. Murray 
J. G. Woodford 
Lord Saltoun 
John Reeve 
[ofeph Latour 



Ellifon 

- Wyndham 

— Churchill 
• S. Duncombe 

Thoreton 

C. R. Molloy 
Tas Peachy 
T E Bridges 
F C Blunt 
HonRCkments 
G. Stcvenfon 



Solr. 
G. Hancocks 



Flu 



Earl Trvconnel:Hon. C. Fitzroy 



J. Warren der 
Hn F. Stanhope 
F. T. Needham 
Wm Miller 
W. Elphinstone 
S. Lambert 
Geo. Ramfden 
R H. Marfac 

F. Wm i rench 

G. Wyndham 
George Read 
Edw. Wynyard 
Hn. J. Stanhope 
H. E. Toddrell 
VI. of Tweedale 
G. Clut^erbuck 
Henry Stables 
G. Colquitt 

Ensigns, 
Robert Hurst 
W. H. Milnes 
Akx.Higginson 
Jharles Allix 
R. Adair 
FhosStreatfdld 
T. B. Rous 
W. Cartwnght 
T. Brooke 
Turner Grant 
P.RjD.Eurrard 
J. B. Evans 
G.P. Hieginfon 
T. F. Bert 
H. E. Hunter 
E.Grofe 
J. Gunthorpe 
E S Poulter 



C. Fauquier 
JH.Hutchinson 

Milne 5 

Jas Lindfay 
Rich. Ellifon 
Hn. E.Lambert 
Hn — Caulfield 
J LDunkenfield 
C. Alexander 
Hen. Vernon 
T. Rumfden 
H. W. Powell 
E.S. C. Pole 
E. Penruddock 
Edw. Morant 
Hon. R. Fitz- 

Gibbon 
C Le Merchant 

Chas Murray 
Geo. Fead 
W. Miller 

§uarf. Mast. 
J. Smith 
G. Hodder 
Geo. Darby 

Surg. Maj. 
T. Charlton 

Brdt. Surg. 
T. Becket 
F. Nixon 

Assist. Surg. 
3. W. Watfon . 
John Bacot 
Thos Copland 
Rob. Gibfon 
C. H. Phillips 



k Battalion. 
adj. 

W. Curtis Sur. 
R.Warde^.oV. 

G>uart. Mast. 
R Colquhoun 
G. Hancoks, sol. 
Greenwood &. 

Co. ag;r.ts. 

II. 

rColdftream) 

Tv.-oEatt. 

Britim Iflands. 

His R. H. D. of 

Cambridge, col. 

Lieut. Gel. 

A. Cowell 

First Maj. 

T. Calcraft 

Sec. Maj. 

K. A. Howard 

Captains, 
H. Chefter 
H. Bayly 
R. Hulfe 
H. M'Kinnon 
M.W.Peacocke 
W. P.Ackland 
G. H. Dyke 
J. Fuller 
W. H. Pringie 



j. Rofs 
Lor 



ord Avlmer 
H. Taylor 
Tho Stibbert 
Sir W. Sheridan 
Hn. E. Plunkett 
Hon. H. Brand 
[. Phillips 
Sir G. Stirling 
G. Smyth 
R D. jackfon 

Lieuts. 
M. Wynyard 



WJ 



Cha. Phillips 

E. Dailing 
Thos Bradyll 
A. G.Woodford 
L. F. Adams 
H. F. Bouverie 
G. Collier 

R. Becket ' 
H. F. Cooke 
W. Hamilton 
Sir H. Sullivan 

F. Sutton 

F. M.Milman 

C. M. Chriftie 
W.^H. Raikes 
T. Gore 

H. W. Vachell 
Thomas Wood 
Hon G. Peiham 
E. Jenkinfon 
Tho Thoroton 

3. Barrow 
W. Wynyard 
Geo. Bryan 
HonW.Crofton 

D. M'Kinnon 
N. Dickenson 
Juhn Walpole 
M. Forttfcue 
H. Dawkins 

Ensigns, 

Thomas Steele 

Lord Alvanley 

- Harvey 

- James 
Geo. Bowles 
Tohn Bofvvell 
Hon F. Drum- 

mond 
Thos Sowerby 
Henry Parker 
Edw. Lafcelles 
HnE.Bofcawen 
Pat. Sandilands 
— Freemantle 
John Prince 
Ld Kilcourfie 
'[. V. Harvey 
P. Gauffen 



W. L. Walton 
W. Lockwood 
E N Long 
Hn.J. Afhburn- 

ham 
HhJ.Wingfield 
P. Mildway 
A Wedderbtirn 
C. White 

- Bligh 
Chas. Shawe 
GH.M.Greville 
Michael Wats 

Adjutants, 
Geo. Bryan 
H. Dawkins 
■ ^>. Mast. 
\ Holmes 
E. Tomlin 

S« T Ma). 

. T. Simpfon 
Bat. Surg. 
Cha. Coombe 
Assist. Surg. 
John Rose 
W. Whimper 
Chas Herbet 

Lowten sol. 
Greenwood & 
Co. agents. 

TiT 

Two Batalions. 
Britifh Iflands. 

Colonel, 
L\ oi Glocefter 

Lieut. Col. 
G. Milner 

First Mai. 
Earl of Banbury 

Sec. Ma). 
S. Dalrymple 

Captains, 
W. Johnftone 
T. H. Turner 
W. T. Dilkes 
Hon E Stopford 
] . Dalrymple 
G. Murray 



R. Anftruther 
Hon T. Fermor 
E. Stephens 
Sir W. Dailing 
Thos Carey 
S. Peacocke 
G A. Weft 
John Byng 
George Hill 
John Guife 
Hon T. Onflow 

E. A Draper 
T. W. Gordon 

F. Hepburn 
Lieut s, 

J. C. Rook 

G. Paterfon 
Sam. Walker 
Edw Heneage 
Ben. Anfier 
F. W. Hood 
Willo. Cott6n 
T. Fothering- 

ham 



Geo. Bowater 
Hon E. M. Irby 
Dun. Campbell 
Chas Weft 
Hon. Jof. Allen 
Lord Townf- 

hend 
J. Aitchifon 
J. B. ShifFner 
W.H.Scott 
Hugh Seymour 
Wm Stothart 
Wm Towers 
C. Talbot 
L. Mahon 
W. Drummond 
Stopford Ram 
R.H. Bamfcrd 
Geo Loftus 
H. Hawkins 
R.H.Wigeftone 
R. M. Tigh 
Hn J B.Rodney 
Chas J. Barnett 



J. Buchannan 
H. W. Rooke 
A S. Duff 
Thos Gells 
Rob. Mercer 
John Clitherow 
Ro. Dalrymple 
J. J. Cochrane 
W. A. Keate 
W. C. Matters 
Chas M'Lane 
DouglasMercer 
Hn. A. Gordon 
Cha. Dafhwood 
Fra. Home 
W. Clitherow 
H. P. Boyce 
C. F. Canning 
Hon C. Gordon 
Cha. L. White 

Ensigns, 
Hon Geo. Agar 
Wm H. Swann 



M. E. Onflow J W Moorhoufe 



Arn. Burrowe3 

Watfon 

Murray 
Chas Hornby 
V. Grimftead 
Fred. Colville 

idiutants. 
J. C Rooke 
H. W. Rooke 
Ghturt. Mast. 
G. Steel 
John Bennett 

Serg. Maj. 

W. A. Hay 

Baft. Surg. 
E. Salmon 

Afsist. Surg. 
Chas. Clarke 
Hen. Jeffreys 
S. Good 
W. T. Gilder 
Alex. Rofs, solr. 
Greenwood 2c 
Co. Agents 



2\ 6 



FOOT REGIMENTS. 



■*-*^><*f- 



Jof. Moore J. Munro 



Geo. Anderfon 
J. M. Rea 
S. B. Torrens 

Weatherall 
J S Smith 
R Robinfo'n 

Ro wan 
J. Wilfon 
GHay 
A Hamilton 
r. St. Clair 
J. Mitchell 
M. M'Creagh 
J. M. Clayhills 
C. Donavan 
Sav. Spear 



Lh-utsi 

S. Clarke 
L. Arquimbeau 
rhos Anderfon 
[. Bonner 
Day. Bruce 
lob. MulUn 
Ro. M'Donaid 
Geo. M'Beth 
W". Buckky aJj 
Wm Gordon 
Conr. Mayers 
Oa. Glover 
G. Warren 
R, Dudgeon 
W. P. Brereton 

C. 3. Hopkins 
Percy Bailey 
M. dcSalaberry 
A, M'Lachlan 
H. Cowell 

J. Cowell . 
L. de Salaberry 
J. Wetherall 
Wm Hulme 

D. Johnftone 
C. M f Arthur 
J. M' Arthur 
R , Campbell 



D. M'Queeri 
IL. Grant 
P. M-G-regor 
C. Middleton 
Gw-o. Gordon 
M. Fullarton 
W. Sutherland 
H . Brodie, ad] 
\ Chx fie, jJj 
W. Campbell 
W. Hafwell 
J. Hamilton 
Patrick Grant 
Robert Elliott 
R. Rothwell 
t\ Grant 
L.Maclean 
G.Galbraith,c^ 



/\. Macdonald 
Rob Murray 
fas Stewart 
Alex Stewart 
G. McGregor 
T Grainger 
Douglas 
Ar, Steven fon 
D. M'Nicol 
J as Brewer 
Dan. M'Lean 
David Horns 
John Cline 
J W Reader 
Jn M'Phail 
Hugh Munro 
Wm Hemphill 
A. Campbell 
Wal Ritchie 

C. Larimer 
Tho. Whyte 
fohn Juxon 
Geo.- Brock 

D. Ducker 
W. Pollock 
J. Connell 
Wm Billing 
John Conner 



2J7 



R, Vaughan 

Har. Fox 

A. M'Ker.zie 

Mich. Kent 

Geo. Jacklon 

R. O. Imoway 

Bifl'el Htrvey 

Cha Hendrick 

(Alex Gibfon 

r. Woodhoufc 

[A. Kelltt 

J- D. King 

W. Chndinnon 

Leon. Dobbins 

Don.M'Donald 

John Major 

G. H. Glover 

Ensigns, 

John Ingram 

A. M'Gill 

A. M'Lure 

J. Armstrong 

I' H Williams 

W. Wetherall 

Jn Baldrey 

George Todd 

Jn ByerLy 

Dom. Lynch 

B Halliday 

Colin M'Nicol 

Wm. Morse 

J M'Carthy 

R. "Vlallance 

Neils Falck 

John Anderfon 

Jaa. Bland 

J. M. Balfour 

Cha. Kean 

Ta. Cotter 

Tho. Patten 

Rob Butler 

J. M-Kelligan 

John Holbrook 

Wm Frafer 

Tho Mundell 

W. Murray 

W. Dobbyn 
. ^ ^ 



(Paymaster, 
O. Eddington 
<Chas Fortnum 

B. Robertson 
, And Frafer 

uaH. Mast. 
Th Sheath 
V\ ".Sunderland 
Wm Stuart 
F P Price 

Surgeons. 
fas Davidlbn 
J. Walker 
Wm M'Gil! 
Wm Wilfon 
Ajr'erits t 
M. Kirk land & 
Mcff. Atkinfon 



II. (QJHoyals.) 

Spain. 
British Islands. 
J. Coates, Co/. 

£«•*. cei. 

Earl Dalhoufie 
W. IiTinonger 

Maiors, 



J T Wood 
C Gardiner 
J. Mathews 



G Morris 
H Marlay 
W. Stevens 



W. Chitterimckj Arthur Gordon 



H 

'ILtisignSi 

Jolm Dick 
T C Rofs 
Fdw Lynch 
Geo Williams 
G. Low 
G. Pi I kin gt on 
Wm Gray 
J. Mode 
W.Bowden,/iw 
R. Jones, ?.»* 
W.Maxton,,r?./r 
Gr^eny/ood & 
Cox, Agents 



III. (Buffs.) 

1 Madeira. 

2 By;tish Islands 
Thos Hall, 6V. 

Richard Blunt 
Rich. Bingham 



Hon. j. Ramfayjjas Muter 
J. Kingfbury WHBunL 



•Gaptains, 

Rich. Wilfon 
W Park z 
G.AHenderfon 
Geo. Ed. Rajtt 

P. L. Walih 
Mat (hew Scott 
J. Gordon 
SirGCokmhoun 
Tas Burke 
T. J. Baines 

Lieuts. 
F. Barton 
jotm Trapps 
j. johnftou 
John Gordon 
P. Carney, adj 
fn Williams 
Chas Borlafe 
J. A. Wilfon 



Dury 

Majors, 
At: Drummond 
Fdw. Ropers 
Wm Stewart 
Wm Roberts 

taptains, 
Henrv King 
W. C.'Campbell 
Wynd, Quin 
T. Wellington 
R.o. Brenan 
Regin. Fowden 
Chas Cameron 
J. Tuckctt 
R. Aylmer 
T. {aqnes 
C. *R. Forreft 
Chas Faifce 
J. Colthurlt 
Rich. Burke 



Lord Delvin 
Fryon Still 

Lieut s. 
Edward W3lfh 
P. Campbell 
Nath. 'J. horn 
Robt Hunt 
James W. Reed 
ivl. Murphy 
Rich. Giles 
J. Clecve, adj. 
CM. Clanchey 
Joiias Taylor 
I F L'Eitrange 
Guy Colciough 
Wm Nicholis 
T. Miinaghan 
Col. Rowan d 
Wm Juxon 
Jo. Gardiner 
R. Morris 
Wm Clifford 
A r. Herbert 
|. Shepherd 
Pet. M< Arthur 
J L Cramer 
Fred. Neligan 
Wra Tetlow 
Wm Fowden 
M. Latham 
P. O'Donnell 
W. Anneslcy 
A Bulstrode 
S Wright 
S Beamish 
C J Ferguson 
Jof Fenwick 
R Houghton 
Jn M'Crohan 

Mnsigniy 
Hen Gillman 



j C Fielding 

" Mandcrs 




Rich. Woods 
Thos Biinbury 

Wm Ratchffe 
Chas Jackfon 
Thqs Sherlock 
W. penef'ather 
Rich. Hooper 
W. Alment 
Edw Llair, adj 
C. T. Grant 
Thb Matthews 
John Hill 

WmHerringffj* 
~ Roberts 
M.P. Berry, *« 
T II Mann 
T.Anderfon,j,vr 
|. Mathews 
Collyer & Son, 
and Cane & 

Sons, agents 



IV. 
(Kind's own.) 

1 Spain 

2 Brit. Islands 

Colnmd, 
E. of Chatham 

Lieut. Col: 
yames Wyn rh 
H.W. Efpinaffe 

M.rors, 
Fr. Brooke 
£dm. Faunce 
T. Howard 
D. Williamfon 

Captain/) 
J. W. Oliver 
1. Piper 
John Wood 
Alfred Herons 
A. D. Faunce 
G. O'HaUbraa- 
T. WilHamfpn 
G. D. \WIfon 
j E. Kipping 
Ijoha Baideifor 
i Timothy Jones 



TBSs Burke 
Robert Mwyll 
Tas Ward 
Fr. Johnftone 
Tas C. Edgell 
W L Wood 
J. W. Fletcher 
R. H. Shaw 



F'JLfi Blatifc 

? i/uniiiini 
G Richardfon 
W H Carrol 
J Connolly 
J P Jamefon 
Geo Heyv/ood 
Lewis Bennet 
Peter Boulby 
Tho Moody ' 
John Frafer 
£dm. Field 






Lieutenants, 
RErfldne 
David S. Craig 
R. Moore . 
Tas Tarwiefon 
J. W. Green 

H. Billingham j ARobertfon ap 
E. S. Kirwan jThos Richards 
W.H. M'IntoflilW. Hill, sur 
KBrereton, adj j Alex Suter 
Chas Lonfdale Greenwood &. 



Ja.Lonfdale,/>OT 
Chr. Har.corn 



Rob. Bateinan ( 
Simcocks 
hn Hamilton 

Orl Lockver 

R. Biihop 

Jn Spearman 

A. Dubourden 

Rich. Yate 
Lieutenants 

Chas Trapps 

Geo. M-Kenzie 

ers 

Hamilton 

Edw. Drury 

I- " 



Cox, 

V. 

1 Spain. 

2 Brit. Islands 
Colonel, 

Rich. England 

LicuL. Col. 
Win Cockell 
jo. M'TCcozis 
Cha. Pratt 
Majurs, 

:ran. M'Guire JEdw. Copfon 

Geo. Vincent iThcs Enies 

W. B. C, Edgell'Charles E»-oke 

Wm iircoke 

John Belfhes 

Ed. Pountney 

B. Martin 

Tones Fawfon 



F. Staveley 
Wm. Alley 
Geo. Thome 
(E. P. Hcpkins 
1, F. P- Kelly 
[as Uniacke 
\. Salvln 
ty. .Hardwicke 
Pat. Conroy 
Martin pane 
jjhn i?rown 
J. V, Vincent 



J. Riv, 

WHa 



Henry Ridge 
Cabiaiksy 

Rich. Hamilton 
Henry Bird' 
N Phillips 
Cunningham IV L Armlcrong 
Ed. Purvis Geo. Clarke 
Ensigns, !Cha. Talbot 
Tho. Barker^' John Malone 
f. Kent | J. Cully 

Ed. Guichard John Adams 
Hon.R.Mui 



F Sheppard 



[K Mackenzie A. M. Bennett 
oka Staveley 1R. Dobfon 



Biihop 
D.EJohnfon,^ 
J. Macpherfon 

— Leech, adj 
John Croidaile 
C. Elias Bird 
R. M. Bates 
M. Hare 

T. S. Girling 
Jonas Welch 
John Bent 

— Smith 
Thoa Pliggins 
R. Pratt 
W.Carey 

Eouino 

M. Doyle 
John Gunn 
John Reade 
Ed. Browne 
Rich. Croker 
M. M Bonogh 
Law. Dundas 
TS Clarke 
C Waldron 
H. L. Hopkins 
H. E, O'DeU 

Pennington 
H. W. Fair 
J H M'Kenzie 
Sarn, Belton 
Sinclair 
J N Wylde 
JSntursWt 
B. W. Batt 

219 



ray 



John Pigot j 

AEng.johp.io;,! 
Win Bennet 

H.B.Sedgwick 
R. Berford 
M. Galbraith 
England 

Wm Walton 
Ta. Hagarty 
F. Deury 
J. Pennington 
C. Hilliard 
John Boyd 
Nat. Harden 
R. Pennington 
vV. Fitzgerald 

Jo Hamilton, pm 
J. W. Graves 
C. Irwin, qmr 
WmHartinorn 
J. Lear, sur 
Thos Hogg 
Greenwood &: 
Cox, agents. 

VI. 

1 Spain 

2 Brit. Islands 

Colonel. 
Geo. Nugent 
Lieut. Col. 
B. F. Bowes 

A. M. Murray 
Majors, 

T. Carmc 
At. Miller 
Dive Jones 
Jn Gardiner 
Capi.iins, 
H. M. Scott 
Henry Gonim 

B. Impey 
J. Cuirey 
Guv Cainpbelt 
Wm M-Beau 
S. Taylor 

J. T. Robertfon 
R D Pattii'ou 



Ed. Fitzgerald r ] W Edgar 

W Brownlow 

H Rogers 

J Nixon 

C H Smyth 

Fhos Baines 

] H Hewitt 

#h.G Stapylton 

Wm. Gordon 

R. A. Dewgar 

J. Thomson 

Lieut s. 
S. D. Smith 



And. Crane 
Wm. Horton 
W. Clarke, adj 
r M'Bean 
Thos Fletcher 
R. W. Gordon 
Dun. Graham 
S. Ridd 
L TiJfley 

M'Pherfon 
E. Cox 
Alex. Jones 
S. Edwards 
C G. Wallace 
Thos Andrews 
Clement Peat 
Wm Crean 
Wm J. Moore 
Ja Eurgefs, adj 
Ral. Meredith 
S. Ormfby 
H. B. Evereft 
W.P.j.Lodder 
Wm Patullo 
Hen. Scott 
Jo. Enry 
Geo Jennings 
Jas Erskine 
John Kirk 
Geo. Tarleton 
H. C. Reeves 
W. Anketell 
J as Clarkfon 
Wm Thomas 

Ensigns, 
D. Blyth 



dwin Sandys 
TM'Clashan 
E H Plunket 
J. S. Lilly 
Chas Wcftern 
C. Euchannan 
Rob. Stanford 
Tho. Clarke 
Aug. Evans 
G. Nightingale 
Henry Gee 
J.Blakeman,»!>zs 
Aiex.Pilfold 
— Robini"on,yw 
Rob Smart 
johnFilhcr, sur 
Rob Brown 
Greenwood & 

Cox, agents. 

VII. 
(Royal Fuz.) 

1 N. America 

2 Brit. Islands 
SirAClarke,Lo/. 

Li-cut. Col. 
Hpn.E.M. Pa- 

kenham 
SirW. J. Myers 

Majers, 
£dw= Blakeney 
Theo. Fritz ler 
J. M. Nooth 
W. H. Difney 

Captains, 
R. H. Burton 
Hutton Rowe 
T. Wooldridge 
Joseph Taylor 
t. W. Bcattie 
vV'.T.Cholwich 
R. Bushe 
H. L. Spencer 
Thos Salmon 
George King 
[as Singer 
"John Crowder 
Hon.H. Percv 



1 G. Frefcctt 
S. B. Auchmuty 
W. Pilkington 
T. M- Harris 
Cha. Cox 
A. J. Prefton 

Limits 
Rob. Cuthbert 
W. Reed 
And. Fcrnie 
J. Orr, adj 
]s. Robinfon 
R. Magennis 
|Hen. Prevoft 
Thos Cotton 
Alex. C. Wylly 
T. Moultrie 
J. Mair 

A. C. Drawater 
C. J. Wemyfs 
P. St Paul 
M.deBrakell 
E. Day 
H. Heathcote 
H. Englifh 
L. Montfort 
S B John (tone 
T B. Walpolc 
WmE.Page, adj 
J as Burke 
T A Mullins 
T W r Weeks 
Dillon Hughes 
W Hammerton 
Geo Montagu 
D Mackworth 
Geo. Murton 
T. Mofes 
Anth. Baldwin 
W Wilkinfon 
Jas Anderfon 
Henry Devey 
Rob. King 
Chas Shee 
Geo. Henry 
Rich. Hackett 
Rd. Kir wan 
Hen. Byron 
Pat. J. Burke 



j John' Ormfby 
Hen. Jones 
j. H. Beaufoy 
W. j. Adlam 
Edw Morgan 
R. Muter 
R. Meares 
F. Holbourne 
Pitt Hannam 
—Bartholomew 

Parkinfon 
John Blundell 
And. Parke 
W. Dawfon 
Edm Creffwell 

Johnion 
Fred. Gibbons 
John Healy 

Armftrong,/>*» 

'hos Berkeley 

j ohn Hogan a.:t 

Crauford 
H.Robinfon,//<r 
Wm Wallace 
Greenwood and 
Cox, agents 



VIII. 
(King's.) 

1 N. America 

2 Brit. Islands 

Colonel 
Ralph Dundas 

Lt. Col. 
G. Drummond 
G. Airy 
D. Hoghton 

Jltfajors, 
R. Young 
B. Maxwell 
P.T.Roberton 
Jas Ogilvie 

Captains, 
Edward Cotton 
F. Batterfby 
Thomas Buck 
S. Wal. Loan* 
Thomas Evans 



220 



Neal M'Neale And. Gray 
Jas Munday ID. Home 
Jo. EJackrnore Euslgr.s 

Kob. M'Do\v a? J. Drummie 
}L F. Goldieut Herb. Raban 
Jas S. Tyeth 
Wm Cotter 
Arth. Newport 
Geo. M'Donell 
Wm R opinion 
The. Corich'e 



F Campbell 
P. Dickenibn 
7. H, Sadiier 
J. Agnew 

PeterMoykSjf?--/ 
Edw. Connor 
Win H. Walffi 
John Fitzgerald 
J. H. Euftace 
jo. Goldriik 
Sam. Hooker 
J. Bradbridgi 
And Liddel 
Hen. Brewfter 
F. Birmingham 
H. L. Franklin 
Wm Scot ten 
Thomas Crois 
T. Miller 
Fdw. Browne 
C.ulon Burne 
Adam JJaiUie 
Auft. Neims 
M M'Mafcoh 
j H. Raymond 
T. W. Lloyd 
Edw. Goate 
Hen. Cooper 
Morton Noel 
Geo. Nuttal 
Sam. Barber 

C. Barftow 
Cka Ince 

D. M Phcrfon 
W. Coniptdn 
John Ivcts 
Wm Cdllfs 

- 3 



} iv.r: 

CM'Carthy,^ 
Edw. finch 
Jas. Kenny 
Caleb Powell 
M.M'Dcrraott 
Lr. Bromhead 
Mai. Rofs 
J.W. Raddoch 
M. Flanagan 
Art. Gardner 



Hec. Cameron j 
Thos. Airey 
A. Campbell 
C. C. Kenny 
A. C. Mercer 
Daniel Orchard 
A. Walih 
Beni. Siborn 
W. Johnflon 
Hen. Godwin 
Jer. Tirdey 
H.D. Eol'tus 
St J. 'Era vers 
James Boyd 

Lhuts, 

A, Siinpfon 



G. C. llarpour G. Sannderfon 
Edw Gaynur Har. Willman 



idw. Boyd 
And! Black 

N.Kingfiey,^. 
M. Hodgion 
Hen. Lewis, qm 
- — • Shaw 
S Cathcart, mr. 
Mr Ridge, and 
Frafer, Reed,& 
Sons, aper.ts 



VA, 



l 6V 



ohn Ackland 



1 Xfam 

RBrownrigg Cc/|]ofm Reed 
Lt. CcL iRich. Dale 



L. Robertfcn 
Wm St Cklf 

M. Armitrcng 
J. Woodham 
ilaac Jervis 
Th.O'Ndll 

V. Fleming 

J. Macnainara 
P. Hunter 
Jas Whitley 
Fho Gordon 
John Shelton 
WmPcrcival,2^ 



H. de Berniere 
Jn Canieron 
Geo. Molle 
jVLajofs. 
Hen. Crauftfrd 

D. Campbell 

E. B. Aylmer 

Gapfainf, 

P. W. Lambert 
W. Gomm 
W. D. Barker 
Sam, Sankey 
Eh. Fcrrars 
Adam Peebles 



N Wodehoufe 
Wm Burn 
Geo. Gunning 
Jo. Taylor 
Rich.Crompton 
EdwBroughton 
John Ogle 
Rob. Slater 
J Richardfon 
Jn Edwards 
B Thornhill 
FIcnry Davis 
Tho. Harrison 
T A Tomlinicn 
• -,herd 



Lbth'weH PShepheM. , 



Hon.W.CuvzoiO 
H. Dumareiq j 
W. M>Atlani j 

Sam Nicholls 
J. B. Ford 
f. H. ChaHls 

Jo. Robertibn 
T, Ghadwick 

Geo. Stirling 
T. M. Liicomt 

Ensigns. 
R. Thonipibn 
BdNewenham 
Pet Sutton, a<ij 
James WigfOH 
Wm Seward 
David Henry 
Col Campbell 
A. E. Taylor 
J. Luicombe 
Rich Rum 
E. R. Lewen 
E. Wat ton 
P. L. Mefurier ■ 
Viic.Ebrington' 
A. Mitchell 
Alex. Fraier ; 
— Dallas 
Geo „ Cooke 
Geo. Fraicr,^»» 
H. W. Flail 
DavidDurs, gm 
James Scott 
j'o.Jchnfon,.firr 
A.nd. Brown 
Armit& Burro' 
and Greenwood 
ScCox, agents 

X. 
\Z<.2Brii.Lhmds 
Hon. H. E. Fox. 

Lieut. Co!. 
C. F. Hill 
Earl of Portar- 

lington 

Majors y 

Fr.WmCrdhcfc 
f .' Otto Beyer ¥ 



J. Short 
Ralph Bates 
Captains, 
Wm Kent 
N. W. Bailey 
[as Higginfon 
W.Wal. Brome 
Tho.T.Trickey 
John Bloffet 
Oct. Carey 
E. J. R. Green 
W. Hutch eon 
£il. Powell " 
Thos Dent 
Jldvr. Mafley 
W. Kefteman 
Thomas Nairn 
H John 
In Campbell 
In Allen 
Cha. Jones 
James Melli.s 
D.T. Carpentor'ja Fergufon 



J Win die 
7 P Berry 
RCManfel 
Wm Rannie 
D. Henderfon 
John Gallie 
W. Bo wen 
Edw Newton 
K. Javncey 
M. Rofengraye 
Fran. Tripp 
Ensigils. 
Jn Cummins 
Benj Pratt 
Cha.]VI l Donnell 
H. Fereufon 
A. J.Noweli 
Cha Darvelt 
R. Marfnal.1 
J. C. Mclfon 
J. Aelimuty 
J. D, Mow'lds 



Colq. Grant 
j. Campbell 
A. M l Gcachy 
John Marfden 
G. F. Teale 
Wm. Carey 
D. O'Kelly 
Sam. Barker 
W. Owen 
C. Smyth 
W. Twysden 
James Porter 
Wm Fair ell 
Ji. Kmpe 
C. M s Rea 
jo Hamilton 
Hon F.C.Stan- 



Lieuts 
Peter Grieve 
Wm Hoare 
Tofeph Hicks 
Fras lnnes 

— Speedy 
Ken. Calthrop 
£, Bloomlield 
Tho.s Handford 
Tchn Simpfon 
John Cummins 
IctephRudfdell 
Thos Fothergill 
C J. Tench 
W.JN. lain waring 
EMullingar,^ 

— Spike, ad) 
Klias B. Thane 
Wm Hoi den 
John Robinfon 
: (>corge 2?eft 
jRbdhey 6ims 
Wm. lie wis 
CM. Campbell 

^..Thompson 
— • ? avard • 



M. Lugar 
F. Foaker 
Hugh Dive, ^.?z 
T. G.Ragland 
H. Whalley,?*: 
7. Chethan ' 
R.Y.Vance, sar. 
Ro. Swallow 
Greenwood &. 
Cox, agent} 

XI. 

1 Madeira 

2 Brit. Llar.ds 

ColonA 
Sir Chas Afgill 

Lieut, Col, 
J. Forfter 
jof, Gubbins 

Majors, 

F. Newman 
W.G-M'Gregor 
Geo. G. Hely 



nope 
E, Sandus 

Lieuts, 
Fras Gualey 
Chas Tuton 
Robert Wren 
Wm Dunlop 
Jn Geo. Cox 
H W. Martyn 
JohnD:mger,c^ 
H. GreenihidUs 
Dan. Donavan 
J. M.F.Mercer 
A. Sutherland 
M. Turobull 
G. Rynd 
C. B. Tumor. 
Wm Rofs 
Henry Hely 
John Wrenn 
jas Williams 
Alex f Bell 
S. H. Jones 
Tho. Stephens 
Rob Cafh 
John Arnaud 
Wm Walker 
Wm Daniell 
J o.Harding, adj 



tl Richardloa 
C Cameron 
as Pridham 
>at O'Connor 
John Dunkin 
F Skerventon 
Dav. Read 
Ensigns, 
F. Armttrong 
S. Richardson 
Wm Moore 
T. B. Lauder 
— F nller 
Mahon 
Dolphin 
John Puicell 
Alex. Boyd 
Rob. Hoarc 
John Walfh 
E. Gilbourne 



J. Whitby 
W. Lambert 
Tho, Warner 
Rich. Gethins 
MM'Gregor^w 
T. Coghn, q. m. 
Val. Lott 
R. Pyper, surg. 
Pvob. Gilchrift 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 



H.H. Bradford H. L'Eltrange 
Captains, iWal. Desmond 
W.S.Elnngion ljohn Everitt. 

III'! ■ » » ■ I 



XII. 
East Indies. 
V. Picton, Col. 
J. Taylor ZrCo/j 
G. W. Harcourt 
7. Pi&on, Maj. 
J. Wjlfon 

Captains, 

J. Crawford 
Rob. Nixon 
W. M'Pherfon 
N. Euftace 
Rich. Afhton 
W. H. Forfteen 
Geo. Elers 
Rich. Bayley 
Chas King: 



R. H. Sale 

Wm Frith 

Li?uts, 

H. M'Keady 
Charles Rift 
lohn Rift 
M. J. Molloy 
T. Thomfon 
C B. Sale 
C Crawford 
Jofeph Stewart 
Geo. Llewellyn 

Troyer 

G. B. Grey 
W. H. Aihe 
J. Frith 

Thos F. Gunter 
Jo. Spink 
J. Giofter 

B. Whannel 
Geo. Coll 
Geo Tuberville 
W. Read 

Ensigns, 

C. Addil'on 
J Chiftichn 
R J Maclean 
Wm Knight 
— Brady 
John Lawton 
J ohn Baxter 
R. E. Burrowes 

D. Hayes,-^. 
J. J. Keapocs; 
J. G. Fofter 

C Jenkins, p.m. 
A. Stuart a.m. 
R. Erflcine, sur. 
Croafdaile, ag. 

XIII. 

A r . America. 

A.Camphell,Ce/ 

Lieut. Cols, 
Hon C. Colville 
John Keane 
Majors, 
F. Wdler 
Cha. Turner 



Captains, 
A. Wilkinfon 
J. Staunton 
Thos Serle 
G. Thorn hill 
R.B. Handcock 
A.Moncrkffe 
J. Blake 
J. F. O'Reilly 
Soden Davys 
Ben. Plolgate 

Jas GaJbraith 

Ralph Wylde 
Wm Gillman 
Henry Ellard 

A. Eiake 
Rob Prefton 
John Johnfon 
J. Archdeacon 
Ar Mitchell 

B. Colclough 
Jas Campbell 
it. Crinjran 
H. Prefton 
W. Bell, adj. 
Edw Tronlbn 
Henry Moore 
Wm Dickfon 
Verc Hunt 
T. E. Kelly 
H. Burnfide 

T. Lavery 
B. Markham 
H Waterman 

Ensigns, 
Thos. Fentor* 
Alex. Gunning 
J. Shad well 
John Davis 
[ohn Reed 
Jos. Gleditane$ 
Knox Barnett 
R. Pattifon 
S. Cooper,^.-*yw. 
E. Murray, q.m. 
G. Cockeil, sur 
Hopkinfon & 



>on, agents 



XIV. 

1 East Indies 

2 Brit. Islands 
H. Calvert, Col. 

Lieut. Cols, 
Ja Watfon 
M. Burrows 
Jafper Nicolls 

Majors, 

N. Buri'lem 
Geo. Miller 
Wm Wood 
F S Tidy 

Captains, 
Wm Shea 
P. Henry 
W. Griffin 
J. M. Ivennedy 
Trev. Stannus' 
P. Johnftone 
Eyre Coote 
Jacob Watfon 
Wm Fawcett 
Wm Moore 
D. K. Fawcett 
J Dun lop 
M. Everard 
A. Ramfay 
W H Hall 
J. Marfhall 
J. M. Waller 
Hen Nooth 
C Bifnop 
H. Light 
O. Temple 
Thos. Dunn 

Lie;:ts, 

W. A. Hodges 
Geo. Rawlins 
W. S. Bertrand 
WmTurnor,^' 
J. Dyibn 
M.C. Wilkinfon 
C. Benn 
J. M. Robifon 
Jas Roche 
John Gray 
Ger. Rochfort 
A. P. Browne 



223 



[Gillies Dove 
RW.M.Knollis 
Adam Htnrter 
Lewis Algeo 
Tho. Savage 
W H Cbghlan 
Ral. Heuthcore 
J. Maxwell 
"Wm Betta, adj 
Hector McLean 
Henry Hill 
Geo Bolton 
H. J. Hcvland 
Edw. Waller 
T. H Bavlie 
J. C Harold 
W J Rue 
Wm Akenfide 
[Thos FLU 
M. Brannan 
;Jo. Armftrong 
Thos Cauifieid 
I J. Amfworth 
i'K. Mackenzie 
Geo White 
| Ensigns. 
j/fen Gamble 
ITas Armftrong 
j Fho Kirkmau 
(Roger Swiny . 
Thos Ten our 
Wm Fellowes 
Chas Tothill 
Don. J. Monro 
John Way 
Ja Garnou 
Hen Johnfon 
H. J. Henley 
W.l.V.ghton 
H. Plerard 
John Carr 
Fho Sword, pm 
W. Wilkinfon 
H Brown q.m. 
Jas Mercer 
T. Jackfon.jvr. 
James Safe 
Greenwood & 

Cox. a?ents I 
— , —' > „ 



XV. 

1 West Indies 

2 Brit. Islands 

Colonel, 

H. W. PqweH 

Lieut. Cols. 
H. G. Barry 
W. Sibbald 
Majors, 
Phineas Rir.ll 
A. Da ridfon 
Here. Renny 
Alex. Milne 
Captains , 
To. 13. Meadows 
In. Maxwell 
M. A. Bpzon 
John Moore 
Thos Connolly 
G.o. Palmer 
Wra Qrieriun 
Geo. Barrow 
R. S. Thornton 
Tames Hogg 
David West 
H. Hincie 
M. G. Blake 
Dan Wright 
Garrfctt Quill 
W Tohnfon 
T. Burke 
F. Hawker 
MChambiTlain 
M. Glenie 

Lieuts, 

8. Manfoa 
Wm. Slaoe 

IV. Hemfworth 
A.W.Craddock 
J. H. Clarke 
fohn Colby 
J. Either 
L. Good all 
Henry Stubbs 
Fhos. Reeves 
R. Conitable 
V7. Dillon, adj 

rDCoIeman^/;: 
T. Steevens I 



iPeter Grant 
f. T. King 
W. Bagot 
R. little 
J Carrol 
Alex. Scott 
Wm Ford 
R. W. Maxwell 
A. BarhetTdb' 
P. O'Reilly 
A. Pettigrew 
H. Temple 
Robt Lev/is 
Morgan Irwin 
J. Humphreys 
I). Wheeler 
Tho Colman 
R, Richardibn 
J of. Ellis 
J. P. Hoey 
G. Macnamara 
W. johnitone 
Sam Grayibn 

.Ensir ns. 
J P Seaver 
G. Walker 
Tn. Skene 
H B. Barnbam 
Lswis Fraier 
Hump. Black 
G« Gunning- 
Phil. Humnley 
Wm Ward 
Wm Hunter 
M. Kifferman 
D.. Carter 
Alas i'iney 
John Low 
R. Walter 
Sam Bell 

Geo.-Salvin,/** 
W. Wood 
Geo. Clare, qm. 
J M'Barney 
jo-Freemanywr 
W. Richards 
Bonner, agent 



t XVL 

West Indies 
SirC Green, Col. 

Lieut. Cols. 
QJ. Freeman 
J. bkinner 

Major*, 
B. D. Vernon 
F« H. Thomas 

CapLiir.s, 
W. Lottie 
W. Vandeleur 
Jo. Campbell 
J. W. Audain 
S. Berkeley 
Nep. Lynch 
John Gal way 
W. Bloomfield 
Nich. Doolan 
P« F. Kail 

Lieut* t 
Fred. Welfli 
jas Straker 
John Dutton 
S. Carter 
R. V. Bates 
E. C. Timperly 
j M-Farlane adj 

E. B. Stehelin 
John Walton 
Fred. Thier 

F. Chamley 
SirR.AAlleyne 
N. Bromwich 
John Wail 
Wm. Ross 

R. Eankes 
R. Blakeney 
F.G.Beale 
Tho Sproule 
Wm. Wain man 

Ensigns, 
Eyre Lynch 
Felix : Hara 
| de Loppinot 
3 R Hartman 
r. D. Pafliley 
fames Smith 
Rob Brown 



XVII. 

East Indies 

Geo. Garth, Col 

Richbtovin,Ltl 

F. ifardyman 

IVIajors, | 
Robt Wood 

C. W. Whitby 

Ciij tains, 

P. H. Nicholl 

G. W. Hawkins 
G. Fitzsimmons 

A. D. Lee 
Nat. Bean 
Jas Walker 
\VY.Crokor 
Men: Dcfpard 
/-/^Majendie 
Cha. Wiifon 
Tho Me y rick 

Lieut** 
Thos. Swyer 

B. Half hide 
R. Dod Baker 

D. Campbell 
Geo. Macauley 
Wm Harvey 

C. Dudinglton 
Wm Kelly, adj. 
Henry Wood 
R. Macdonald 
WMThompfon 
G. C. Smith 
Wm Gillam 

R. Gale 
W. Rofs 
R. I achlan 
C. CPHalloran 
A Sutherland 
H A Holden 
A Stewart 

Ensigns, 
J. M. Blane 



Chas Evans 
Edw. Auiten 
Fred. Hawkins 
Rich. Goodacre 
Geo.Peevor 
Rich Swinton 
J. Jeffries 
D. Young 
T. Bourke, />.;#. 



C Corfield,jwrg- 

Greenwood & 

Cox, Agents. 



\K. Kufon 
J. JDunkin 

Lieuts. 
Henry Pratt 
Geo. Stuart, adj 
Wm Burnett 
Walter Coulfon 
Henrv Barry 
Cole Maxwell 
R. Delacherois 
Jas Forreft, adj 
Jas Aiken 
John Owen 
T. R. Graves 
Tohn Whitley 
N. R. Maguire 
John Aicken 
Wm Donald 



XVI11. 
(Royal Irifh.) 

2 } *■•'**■ 

SirJMPulteneyjE.J. Armftrong 

Z,iev$. Cols. John Ord 
D. D. Wemyfs I John Doran 
H.T.Montrefor J. Cowper 
R Honyman F. W. Dillon 
Graves Alex Clark 

Majors, D M* Arthur 
Ed. Walker w. Hcly 
W Tomlinfon E. Stacpoole 

B. Haffey L. Hiatt 
Henry G. Bird ijohn Birch 
Captains, JB. Fairman 
ifaac Ld. Inflon'iG. Paul 



D. O'Farrell 
Rob. Smith 
. O'Connell 
I. O' Gorman 
John Macneil 
R. Percival 
Jas Hoy 
WmConolly 
G. Gorrequer 
Jas Vallance 
C H Gordon 
J N Maillard 
John Dewar 
Rich. Weld 
P. O'Shaugnefly 
G.Montgomery 
B. Camac 
James Janns 



Jas Grueber 
J W Bell 
Wm Capel 
D. M. Davis 
P.C- O'Connor 
Edw. Campbell 
J. Carmichael 

Ensigns, |H. L. 
R Needham |C. Douglas 
John Tounley |A. Saunders 
Edw. Campbell Henry Sapte 
James Wood 



E. Talbot 
Wm Bell 
Sam Holmes 
H. Mofl'e 

F. Boyle 

A. Loughlin 
J.Drake, Faym 
W. Ivcfon " 
W. Simmon s,qm 
— N awl an 
G.B.WaterSyf^r 
Bonnell Cory 
Collyer£:Son,j£ 

XIX. 

East I dies. 

Sam.Hulfe, Col. 

Lieut. Col. 

Hon. P.Stewart 
H. S. Eyre 
Major*, 

Herb. Beaver 
R. Matthews 

Captains, 
J. A.Lawrence 
C. Pearce 
Jas M-Nab 
A. Alexander 
Don. M'Donald 
Alex. Robfon 
Thos A. Jones 
E. Lockyer 
T. P. Fitzgerald 
Rob Watts 
W. WiUely 
Lieuts. 
T. A. Anderfon 
Geo. Stewart 
Smith 



{ C. Hav 
R. Nixon, adj. 
ohn Gardner 
n Bradford 
Ensigns, 
C. Driberg 
John M'Lean 
— Dobbins 
Bagnell 
'John Duncan 
W.A.Raymond 

G. Langton 
— Bsll 



Graves 
— O'Flvn 
Wm Clifford 
Alex Stewart 
L. Redwood 



Hugo Wemyfs 
R. Parfons 
Vv'm Wildely 
S, Dowbiggen 
W. Robertfon 
W. Cox 



AbrahamReed 1R. B. Duke 
225 



R. Nicholls,/* 
T.Blake, q. m. 

W.Wybrow sur 

Greenwood, Sf. 

Cox, Agents 

XX. 
(Maida.) 

1 Spain 

2 Brit. Islands 
Cha Leigh, C-.-l. 

Lieut. Col. 
Pvobert P-ofs 
A. Campbell 

Major, 
Wm Wallace 
John Coloburrie 

Cartainsy 

Chas Stevens 
Edm. Eyron 
A. Rofe 
Jas Bent 
F. Hervey 
Samuel South 
C. Pierrepont 
J. Murray 
P. Robin fon 
Edw. Jackion 
W. Ruffell 
Lieuts. 
M Mackenzie 
H. S. Craufurd 
W.W.Harding 
Robert Telford 
— Luttycns 



John Hogg iBafil Fifher 
Geo. Tovey JDon. Mackay 
T. F. Wiide, tf///"i,]lobeU Rcnny 



j. R.Blakele; 
E. Bloomfiel' 



Rich- Rav/fon 

D. A. Smith 
Thos Falls 

E. Summer 
P. Wodehoufe 

HonE.Cadogan 
Wra Smith 
J. D. St Aurin 
G. Colciough 
W.Crockat 
J. Fonnereau 
R. L. Lewis 

F. Fitzgerald 
J.HJSaiobridge 
Ja, Goldfrap 
Guy Rotton 
John Gilbert 
James White 
Edw. Kenyon 
T. Saunders pm 

Hoath, qm 

Arck.AxrxcstySur 
Greenwood <Sc 

Cox, era- aits 



XXI. 



Val. J. Quin 

F. Hunter 

S. H. Douglas 
Jus. Machaffie 
PL Le Mesurier 
J. L. Campbell 
N. Pringle 
E. Angelot 
A. M'Lean 
Wm Conran 

G. Munro 
J. Montgomery 
N. L. Darr 
H. W. Meyrick 

1st Lieuis. 

Ang. Cameron 
D. rievvan 
And. Campbell 
Fhos M'Nab 
Don. M'Kenzie 
Tho Reide 
Arch Kidd 
Felix Brady 
Don. Mackay 
John Tupman 
George Young 
Geo. Campbell 
J. G. Green 
R. M'Donald 



R.N.B. FuziieerslLawr. Brown 



1 Mediterran. 

2 Brit. Islands 
Kon.W Gordon 

Lieut. Cols. 
T. Meyrick 
(Fred. Adams 
Wm Paterfcn 

Ixdajors, 
Chas Darrah 
Alex. Dunbar 
R. Henry 
W. Armltrong 

Captains, 
Ant. French 
Alex, jus Pvofs 
J. A.Whitaker 



R. W. Taylor 
Wm Fuller 
L C. Champion 
Win Drought 
M. H. Dickeas 
John Hail 
D. Dewar, adj 
James Stewart 
J. MPheribn 
Wm Orr 
C. Mhiter 
J. de Carteret 
Wni. Sankey 
T.Fa i r weat h er 
Dav. Anderfon 



John Sabine \ 
Angus Mackay 

"2d L'wuts. 
Robert Gordon 
Lynch Ouin 
T. RuneT 
H. Benfon • 
R. Wilkmfon 
J. Wright 
j. Stewart 
Jas Gracie 
J. W. Cole 
AMontgomerie 
Geo Crinthorn 
Aid. Waller 
Ja. Stewart, adj 
C. Furlong 

RobMackay,/5OT 
Rich. Walfh 
G Sutherland^ 

Wallh 
Wi S. Nice, sur 
l'hos. Carey 
Lauric,&Trafer 
Reed&Sons,^ 

XXII. 

East Indies. 

Colonel-, 

Sir J. H. Craig 

I. ieut. Col. 
J. Mercer 
j. Dalrymple 

Majofti 
Rob. Kelfo 
E. Lincll'ay 

Captain ~, 
Wm Shaw 
P. M'Neight 
C. Wilfon 
H. Huriftone 
J. Cullen 
'F. Bustle 
Hector Hall 
W.Wauchope 
John Boyd 
C. Batty 



■Lieut. 
W. A. Bury 
Jas Fleming 
P. Cockburn 
W. H. Dennis 
J. Fiafer 
W. Leech 
Ja. Harvey 
E. Biihop 
T. Brit tain 
Don. Frafer 

C. H. Watfon 

D. M'lnnes 
W. B. Stamper 

B. Le Sage 

C. N. Davis 
Chas Younge 
H. E. Keane 

Ensigns. 
J. G. Scholfield 
Tho. Poole, adj 
P. Barlow 
Tho Keappock 
Lucius French 
]amc5 Craft er 
Geo j action 



T.Patterson^w 
W. Wilmot %M 
J.Haaking, ti*f& 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents. 



Geo. Torrance 1FI. Smith 
~22 6 



XXIII. 
Welsh Fuzil. 

1 JV. Avieri:,', 

2 Brit. Islands 
R. Granville, Col. 

Lieut. Col. 
H. W. Ellis 
W. £. Wyatt 

Majors. 
T. Pcaribn 
F. N. Offley 
C. Sutton 
T. Dalmer 

Ca, 
Wm 



iptains. 
Keith 



T. Cnurtiand 
1 H. E. Hill 
R. H. Shawe 
W. L. Hurford 
,C M'Donald 
f. T. Leahy 
f. Montagu 
P. Browse 
W. Stfcmfort 
T. Fletcher 
F. Hawtyn'-- 
W. S.Woiseley 
Henrv Forfter 
R. a Hare 
W. potter 
J. H. I* A law 
Rd. Walker 
Fras. Dalmer 
E. Keane 



p.. Milne 
RM'Lelian,<™7 
Fho. Hartley 
W. Walky 
T. Ftltbam 
Hewitt Leache 
Sam. Tliorpe 
John Eifhop 
A. Fvoskellv 
T. V. Tucker 
Hen. Walker 
Secbhd Usui. 
jG. W. Farmer 
I Tho Turner 
|£. M. Brown 
Thos Jones 
Hon. J. Neville 
J!'. Garnet 
W. Magee 



How. F.J. Percy! W.Wilcox 



Hen.Wynn 

First Lieut. ' 
Jas Cane 
Fho. Hawkins 
Alex. Gourlav 
Wm Midhurft 
T. E. Griffith 
Fho. Farmer 
T. Strangeways 
p. Corfteld 
H. Johnfon 
J. C. Harrifon 
^.Montgomery 
Rd. Treeve 
C. JottifFe 
Wm Leonard 
T. MCrcer 
H. S. Blancklev 
T. H.Browne' 
R. W. Hall 
E. Thornhill 

E. W. Brooker 
J. T. Collins 
W. H. Tones 
W. Wynne 
Geo Browne 
W, Brownion 
las Kettilby 

F. o -r ;_!jcnv 



G. Fenfham 
J. Boote 
T. Dando 
l.c Maitre 
R. Richards,^/' 
— Palmer 

W.Bromlev.rw 
T. Perkins' • 
J. Bowman,™ 
-r Sedbw 
John Dun, Sur 
Geo. Power 
Green w. &Cox : 
&Atkinfon,tfgv 



W. Robifon 

A. Blake 

H. White 

T. G. Green 

W.Langworthy 

L. Stewart 

Cha. Hughes 

T. D. Craig 

R. Cubbins Rich ^.a 



jG. Stack 
W. Snodgrafs 
T. Powell 
E. Vardy 
M. Redmond 
Tho Allen 
T. Anderfon 



XX'V. 

1 C. cf G. Hofie 

2 BrH. Islnnds 
Sir D. Baird Col. 

Lieut, Col 

R. Marriott 
G. Di ummond 
W. Kelly, Maj 
C. Hicks 

.Chamberlair 
S. T. Pophsm 
Captain. 

T. W. Forfter 



W. Straubenzee 
T. C. Meackam 
W.Hedderwiek 

C- Coiiis 
John Evans 
Dan. Baby 
Hon. E- Irby 
M. Aylmer 
W. eerie 
Thos Andrews 

Lieut s. 
W. Tudor 
James Lepper 
Thos Maikin 
Gaiper Erck 
T. G. Coote 
C. H. Tyler 
Chas Robifon 
John Ingram 
J. Parfonage 
John Ward, adj 
John Brown 
WAleMtfurier 
ofeph Ferris 
. T.'Grindley 
IE. G. Smith - 
John Blake 
\C Dbolan 

C. Dennehy 
PonfonbyKelty 
J. G. Ewing 
Tho* Mating, adft 
Morton Staney 
Rob* L.Wathm 

D. Warburton 
R.. Walton 

A. N. Findlater 
John Mee 
I. Medlccott 
C. A. Stuart 



Jn Maxwell 
A. Leitch 
I John Rope 
H. Lewtllyn 
Fran. Grant 
John Flams 
Ro. Robinfon 
John Tones 
A. Skene 
J. Broohfoank 
Jer. Filter 
— Nokes 
A. Ji-fleman 
A. Johnfon 
R. Payne, p. m. 
Ifaac Buxton 
Jo Maniell,<j7» 
Rob. Belcher 
J. J. Wilde, sr.t 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 



XXV. 

(King's. Own.) 

1 St gift's 

2 Br'rf. Islands 

Colonel, 
Hon. C. Fitzroy 

Lieut. Cols, 
Wm Uyott 
]ohn St ew art 
G. R. Ainslic 

Majors, 
F. P. Scott 
Ja. Farquharfon 
A. W. Light 
V.W.Komfpech 

Captains, 
W. St Clair 
AWM'Donnell 



227 



James Peatt 
A. A. Freer 
Robert Terry 
Wra Bailey 
Eccles Nixon 
John Auftin 
G. Wolfeley 
[ohn Berger 
Geo. Juxon 
Adol. Munftall 
A. J. Callander 
Daniel Fala 
Stop. Cane 
[o. Hammond 
Geo. Marl ay 
Peter Tripp 
MB. Rut her ford 
T. M. Crooke 

Llcuts. 
Geo. Gibbon 
Wm Lyons 
Jas [olmftone 
John Kelly 
Fra. Cofi^rave 
And. Patten 
HenryWarren 
Jas R.oberrlon 
JaThornhili, <?<•//' 
W. Shewbridge 
T. Stewart 
Thos Swyney 
S. R. Tarvis 
R. B. Wolfeley 
D. Hamill 
Rich. Pratt 
Geo. Jebbe 
A. Perrott 
Tho. Fane 
Pat. Corbett 
Rob Williams 
R. F. Dak 
[ohn Hill 
F. Rawftorns 
Henry Kane 
Thos Lynch 
R. Simofon 
R. Tracey 
Wm Bolton ; 
C Blaksiton 



R. Haviland 
Wm JLamphier 
Tho. Nepean 
A. B. Baxter 
A Shuitleworth 

Ensigns y 
Tho. White 
Mich. Burke 
A. Nowles, adj 
W. Gammell 
J a Anthony 
P. Thoburn 
J. R. Irwin 

F. Swinfin 
T. S. Short 

G. J. Wigley 
A. Macdonald 
Fran. Smith 
Cha. Leslie 
Ed. Hesleden 
Wm Anderfon 
Henry White 

Vepon 

A.]ohnf!on,/>/7?, 
John Loch 
Jas. Leach, qm 
WmM'Donald 
ChasStewartn/r 
T. B. Taylor 
Collycr & Son, 

and Armit & 
3orovL'gh.iUent. 

XXVI. (Cam.) 

1 Spain 

c l Brit. lilands 
Ld FJphinitone 

Lieut. Ccls. 
Wm Maxwell 
H. H. Mitchell 

Majors, 
Fountain Flogg 
P N. Savage 
Hon. H.Murray 
A. F. Taylor 

Captains, 
Frederick Jones 
WFothringham 
T. G. Forth 



J. Shearman 
fames Conolly 
C. St Campbell 
Wm Walker 
Perc. Pym 
Edw. Whitty 
A. G. Campbell 
P. Graham 
T. A. Hope 
Hen. Eyre 
Robert Child 
V. Graham 

C. Addifon 
J. Hunt 

T. Belt 

Alex. McMillan 
T. O. Jones 
Lieuis. 
Chas Grant 
R. Haggeritone 
Wm Charters 
James Nafh, u^/. 
John Brocks 
Jof. Smith 
And. Lett 
Fran. Shearman 
Jas Stedman 
Joi'tph Nun 
P. Thompibn 
Rob. Smith 
J. F. Hunt, ad j 
P. Efpy 
G. Piatt 
Law Chevers 
John Weftlake 
James Dunn 
Tho. Murray 
H. Maxwell 
S. Lowcey 
J. La\y 
Geo. Pipos 
Hugh Law 
H. M'Latchie 
F. C. Heatly 
H. Pollock 
J. Wright 
H. Maxwell 

D. M'Calman 
John Crotty 



Jesse Collins 
I. Roberts 
K. Jordan 
John Marfhall 

Ensigns, 
John Maxwell 
Col Campbell 
W. Kcary 
W. Lawrie 
Wm Johnftone 
J. F. Rofs 
Pat Robertfon 
Tho Hay 
John Kirk 
G. Bray 
[. Grimfhaw 
T. Boyes, pm 
Henry Eyre 
tn Connellj qm 
C. Elliott 
H. Meffiter,™r 
J. Q. Short, 
Greenwood & 

CoXy Agents 

XXVII. 

InniOcilling. 

(Maida.) 
1 Spain— 2 Mt~ 
diter-^-3Portugal 
Earl of Moira 

Lieut. Cols. 
S. Graham 
Hon G. Cole 
L. Warren 
H. Smith 
J. Maclean 
IVIajors 
W. B. Neynoe 
W. H. Knight 
Geo. J. Reeves 
[. Birmingham 
C. Thompibn 
P. Nicolfon 
Captains, 
M. Butcher 
John Beaven 
Wm Sparrow 
T. Whit.- 



22£ 



C J. Mill lEdw. Pope |T. Fed die 

John Jordan Wm Maguire }j. Millar 
L. G.Tomkins JDan. Hogan,a</. — Radcliffe 
George Tutkill Alex. Dryldale C. Levinge 



fhos Molioy 
John Smyth. 
i: Read 
John Hare 
Hen. Thomas 
Hen. Balneavis 
J. Hild. Hill 
Ilon.J.Thelluf- 

fon 
C. Pepper 
J. R. Ward 
1). Kelly 

Fhos Tones 



T. GeddeiB 

John Mackay 
Wm Tighe 
Chas Parfons 
H.G. Edwards 
J. E. Batty 
J. Steele 
John Clarke 
Fred. Crewe 



W. Moore 
W.Wainwiight 
A. Mnir 
Geo. Holmes 
G. Humphrey 
John White 
Rob. Waugh 
J. Carter 
'ohu 'Fucker 
. Brown 
K. J. Elliot 
Ja. Harvty 
John Waldron 

Lituts. 
J. M'Entagert 
■ohn Pring 
amesNetherey 
Thos Scannard !R. Shaw 
Wm Windfyr [Jo. Atkinson 
LennoxStafford J. Harneth 
W.Galbraith b. Mangin 
John A. Amiel ijohn Knox 
W. Talbot 



C.Haitings 
I. H. Jamiefon 

Ensigns, 
Geo. Pratt 
Wm Medhurst 
I — Maddox 
jAiex. Sinclair 
|W. Taylor, adj 
Geo.M'Donald J. Betty 

W. Henderfon j Smith 

Arthur Saycr : Simcoe 

H. Drummond ' Craufurd j 

Geo. Acton |WmArmitron 
R. Handcock 



H. Hall 

Brown 

Ph. Gordon 

B. T. Dubigg 
D. M'Pherion 
W.MacIean,<i</. 
F. Forteicue 
W. Hayes 
Francis Shea 
]. Davidfon 
T. S. Felix 
A. Thompfon 

C. Chitty 
T. Cradock 
C.Carmichael 



John Beevor 
Fra. Bignal 
N. S. Kirkland 
Ed. H. Griffin 
Philip Bafs 
Wm Butler 
Thof. Hamilton 
Mart. Lynch 
Hugh M'Kay 
Arthur Judge 



Isichoias Fury 
Ed w.Drew 
Alex. Frafer 
Geo. Lennon 
Hen. Beaver 
W. Dobbin 
W. Furnafs 
— Arundel 
C, Man lev 



Mich. Whyte 
T. Moore 
I Jof Smith 
Ja M'Coard 
f. Graham 
J. Black 
— Hanby 
Wm de Bathe 
C. Pollock 
H. Coufh 
Ben ion 
W. Wier 
T. Dorris 
W. Hare 
W. Boyle 
F. Harding 
W. Hopkins 

Wm Mackie^w 
E. Edmonds 
J. C. Lowe 
Tho. Taylor, qm 
John Daily 
Wm Theobald 
Edw. Smith, tvr 
f, Clarke 
rien. Weft 
agents , 
Vlr Ridge and 
MelT.Atkiv.for 



XXVIII. 

1 Spain 

2 Brit. Island 
R. Prefcott, Col. 

Lieut. Cols. 
Wm Johnfon 
C. P. Belfon 
Alajorsy 
J. F. Erown 
Charles Bevan 
Rob. Nixon 
John Rofs 

Captains, 
W. M. Power 
Chas Pateribn 
Hn. E. Mullens 
W. F. Dalton 
L. Ibettfon 
M. Clifford 
J. Bradbv 
F. Stovin 
Lord R. Kerr 
W. Meachem 
Wm Irvine 
Wm Bajd 
Leonard Porter 
A. Gale 
R, Llewellyn 
Ifaac Bean 
Fhos Wdfon 
Ja -johnfon 
William Hill 

LjSUtS. 

Rich. Kelly 
W. J. Bowles 
T. Mann 
j. Harrop 
T. Engltih 
jo. Carrol 
1. M. Weft 
FShuttleworth 
A. R-uffcl, adj. 
3. ]. Macartney 
W. V. Tavlor 
BeaL Ward 
Wm Hartman 
Tot Bennet 
R. J. Mafon 
Rob. Tohnfan. 



229 



Rob. Biakeney 

Chas Cacidfi 
J. F. Brigg< 
AI, Robe it Ton 
C- Huddlefton 
E.Wolfe 
J. Light 
Sam. Morris 
R. Tomlinfon 
Chas Teulon 
John Green 
Chas Nelfon 
Henry Perry- 
Sim. Crammer 
Tho. Budd 
Ta Huddlefton 
f. Wilkinfon 
M. Semple, adj 

Ensigns, 

H. Frafer 
T. Potter 
Roger Gilbert 
Clem. Sadler 
R. P. Eiibn 
John Fowley 
W. Irwin 

Mauby 

Hen Hiiliard 
M. Kelly 
S. Gordon- 
Sam Moore 
John Co en 
R. Langhorne 
Cha Carothers 
Wm Clarke 
[John Shdton 

jT. Dewes,/>/# 
Rich Moore 
W. Hill, qm 
Da%-id Aird 
Rob Grant, sur 
Colin Dafcers 
M'DonalL and 
Frafer, Reed 
& Sons, aunts 



XXfX. 

Portugal. 
Gordon Forbes 

Lieut. Col. 
Fred Maitland 
Daniel White 

Mafirs, 
G. H. B. Way 
T. Egerton 

Captains, 

And. Creagh 
John 'Fucker 
P. Hodge 
S. Gauntlett 
George Todd 
Eug. Neftor 
C. W. Davy 
And. Patifon 
HJBermingham 
Thos Gell 
Lh-nts, 
W.Birmineham 



E. Swinburne W.Stewart, <*<» 
— Reid C.S. Watfon 

W. W. Pole John Tongue 
James Evans T. Richardfon 
Fho Sfcott, j&» ]ohn Powell 
W Gillelpie, qm.Rob. Howard 



G. Guthrie, sur 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 

XXX. 

1 East Indies. 

2 Brit. Islands. 

Colon* /. 
Rob. Manners 

Lieut. Lie's. 
W. Wilkinfon 
W.Lockhart 
Wm Minet 
Majors, 
Ph. Vau morel 
Wm Wright 



R. Eirmingbarn'Al. Hamilton 



Am. Newbold 
J. Humphrey 
Wm \\ ; ddc , adj 
Fhos Laiigton 



Geo. Gray 

Captains, 
C. Maxwell 
Thos Roberts 



St. J. W. Lucas Niman Craig 
E. L.NicholfoniSir C. Burdett 



J as. Nefter 

Rob. Stannus 
Tames Brcok 
Wm Duguid 
A. Gregory 
W. Champion 
Ch a. Leslie 
Tho Popham 
Wm.Penrofe 
W. M. Bell 
C. Stanhope 
Wm Elliott 
A- L. Flay 
F. L. Coker 
Ales. Young 
E. Scott 
Ensigns, 
H. Pennington 
Sam. Hardy 
3enj. Wilde 



Thos. Leach 
F. R. Hawker 
Sam. Bircham 
Rob. Murray 
Thos Jackfon 
Eiias M.uet 
T, B. Banvford 
Thos. Ackiom 
Vise. Forl>es 
T. WiLiamfon 
R. B. Lynch 
C. Wiihamfon 
Sam. fox 
J. Hitchin 
T. Chambers 
J. P. Beaumont 

Lieutsy 

Alex. M'Nab 
Pat. O'Brien 



W. C. Hai-pur 
C. Champion 
J. Skirrow 
H. Cramer 
W. L. Cane 
Alex. Fettes 
1). Sinclair 
O- Wynne Grayj 
John Selwyn 
HentonEait 
. Lewin 
BAV.Nicholfon 
r. Jones 
E. French 
M. J. Sparks 
John Gowan 
' L. White 
Pringle /fall 
B. Clarke 
Den. Woode 
JohnT.Barlow 
[John Garland 
Steph. Masters 
Wm Sullivan 
Wafh. Carden 
Robert Holt 
J. Perry 

Ensigns, 
E. Hutehinfon 
R, Todd 

— Wade 
J. Dillon 
Geo. Rumley 
G. Adamfon 
R. Mayne 

— Andrews 
R. Heavifide 
Arth. Poyntz 
M. A. Eades 
T. Kcttleweil 

Gorney 
James Eagar 



Ben. Nunn, adj\A. Perry 



2£0 



jfjones, paym. Geo Bior 
■ B. Wi 



ray 
.F.Kingfly, q 
^.ob Pearce,ji 
|. Hcnnen 



N. T. Nixon 

j"o. Furton 
W. P. Gill an 
Fra. j. Ryan 



^ane&Sons, & S. Hawkins 



Croafdaile, 



XXXI. 

1 Mtditermn. 

2 Portugal 



D. Rankin 
H Simmonds 
C. Bavley, adj. 
Wm Gibfon" 
Hugh Lumley 



Lord MulgraveiGeo. Beamifh 
Lieut. Cols, JTchn Hutton 
Hon. R. Meadejk Lodge 
Hen. Bruce j Peter Gapper 
W.H. Campbell; Wm Shaw, aaj 
Mar. A. Lekh JA. Beamifh 
G.A.Tonvn |'F. Willingham 

W. Watfon jCuth. Ward 
G.G.L'FftrangejM Kearney 

Captains, | James Nangle 
J. S. Hawkihaw J. Girdleftone 



). Spence q.m. 

W. Wilcox 

I Sunderland qt. 

Bart. Nangle 

John -Ives, tut 

F. Weils 
reenwood & 
Cox, agents. 



XXXII. 



i 5 



cp.'.in 
Brit, hla 



I 



jaa Ogilvie, Col. 

Lt Cob. 
R. N. Hopkins 
S. V. Hinde 
•Mauley Power 

Majors, jD- Davis 
W. A. "Johnfon ; — Barr 



J. C. Dennis 
John F. Whitty 
C Q'Doughecty 

R. Oriel Singer 
George Fafon 
Artjjur, Diiney 
IvI. Kilkeily 
R. Dillon 
W. hinde 
Thomas Rofe 
Charles Wallet 
W.H.Thcir.tGn 
R. Robinfon 
H. W. Brooks 
H. Karrifon 
F. O'Neale 



B. Fearon 
Mich. Coait 
C. A. A'Court 
H. Camming 
Pat. Cruice 
A. W. Stewart 
R. Elder 
Wm Gildart 
E. Stafford 
Wm Lodge 
Ed Hawkfhaw 
T. S. Nicholk 
P. Dowdall 
W. Fagell 
C. Blomer 
Ed. Fleming 
Edw. Knox 
Geo. Colman 
R. Cuft 
T. Hemfworth 

L'uuts, 

Peter Feu.ron 
Jas Maxwell 
George Isit 
J. W. Nunn 
J.M'Kenzie 
Rich. Birch 



W. Butler 
Rich. Kirby 
Wm Humble 

— M'Culloch 
C. Kirby 
Sam. Sh'awe 

Ensigns, 

R. Gethin 
H. H. Young 
J. Collins 
A. Bl aiiey 

Bolton 

Hen. Wynne 
J. Cafhell 
A. W. Gamble 
Cha. Bailey 

— M c Pherson 
F. Knox 

C. M'Carthy 
J. Hewfon 
E. Thomplbn 
K. Langley 
H. Pateri'on 

Owen 

J. GiilefDie 
J. Collins 
IR. C. Lodcn 



Ijohn Wood 
Ijohn Hicks 
jjohn Bcnnet 

Captains, 

Rob. Coote 



Da. Kirk 
M.W.Meighan 
S. H. Lawrence 
W. French 
H. Wheat 



|Cha. Hames J. Jorde: 
John Rowland J. Chupman 



H.W.Sherfton 
G.W. Barr 
N. B. 'Fucker 
Jonathan Short 
H. R. Lewin 
H. Richardfon 
W. H. 'Foole 
Wm Gibfon 
Dav. Gregory 
John Crowe 
llof. Wood 
|P. M'Dougal 
W. O'Dogherty 
|G. Purcell 
J. Boyfe 
G. W. Patty 
Arth. Molloy 

Licuts, 
W.Grundy.tf^" 
Thos Jones 
G. Maujrjfcz 
Wna Trueman 
Ant. Graves 



M. Mole 
T. Butler 
J. Boafe 
C. Seymour 
K. R. Cole 
Ens'/ens, 
T. R. Lewin 
John Munton 
II. Butterworth 
J. Pefnam 
F. Kearney 
J. R. Colthurft 
J. Jarvey 
J. Renbinfon 
R. F. Belcher 
J, Fitzgerald 
J. Douglafs 
FviL'Furquand 
E. Stephens 
R.ThompionjbOT 
Tho. Hart 
W. Stephens, qm 
John Smith 



231 



WBuchapanjajr 
George iiell 
Armit & Boro' 
&. Greenwood 
&.Cox,a<renis 



XXXIII. 

East Indies. 

Colonel, 

Hon. Sir Arth. 

Welleiley 

Lieut. Cols. 

Arthur Gore 

John Campbell 

Majors, 

D. Quin 

F. R. Weft 

Captains, 

A. P.M'Dowal 
Jas Tod 
Jn Jeiferis 
Rich. Euitace 
Wm Lambton 
John Matty 
lid Parkinibn 
Rob. Young 
Thos Reed 
John Warren 
Law. G'Hara 

Li nuts, 
John Paul 
John Guthrie 
M. O'Meara 
Rich. Milward 
W. M'Intyre 
A. Bruce 
John Haigh 
J. Orrock 
R. Morlett 

G. Drummond 
Ed Fitzpatrick 
L. M'Quary 

E. Anderfon 
J.Longden, adj 
John Haig 
Thos. Reid 

J. M. Harty 
Robert Kerr 
Wm Pasan 



T. S*. 



vayne 



R. H. Taunton 

Ensigns, 
C. Trap and 
W. McDonald 
Thos. Reid 
Wm David fon 
Adam Twigg 
T. F. Dawfon 

E. Stoddart,j»si 
R.Turton, n.m 
A. Trevor, sur 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agts 



XXXIV 

1 East Ind'es 

2 Erst Indies 
lid Southamp- 
ton, Colonel 

Lieut. Cols. 
R. M. Dickens 
G. Dodlworth 
John Mai Iter 

Majors, 
W. Fen wick 
Jo. Bromhead 
J. M. Everard 
J. T. Terreweft 

Captaincy 
Henrv Roberts 
H. C. 'Dickens 
Wal. Hovenden 



jR. Eg^rton 
J. A. Eliard 
G. Johnfon 
Lieuts, 
M. M. Tew 
G. Carnegie, adj 
Wm Baker 
Henry Benfon 
S. R. Dickens 
Rich. Daly 
W. A. Lyon 
Geo. T. French 
A. M' Donald 
Robert Brown 
J. Stack 
G. Wroughton 
Alex. Davifon 

F. Annefley 

C. H. Burton 
Geo Feilowea 
Rob. DufF 
Moyle Shearer 

D. W. Ross 
P. S. Barron 
Tim. Davies 
Edw. Conoiiy 

G. jVL Ellis 
Geo. Jeffreyfon 
Chas. Pratt 
H. M'Alifter 
John Norton 
J. Green, adj 
John H 



Hay 
Enjigru 



G. J. W.Tinling M. J. Everard 
Jas" Campbell iFran Hav 
Jer. Burdett 



J. H. AI 
G. E. P. Barlow 
J. H. Baker 
Thos Faunt 
N. Dejerfey 
T. Hogarth 
John Hobkirk 
jn Wyatt 
G. Gibbons 
W. S. Wiilett 
E. Broderick 
1C. Fancourt 



G.R..Thompfon 

— Wahh 

— Ball 
Wm Ward 
F. Hovenden 
J. Seajeant 
W. Power 



W. Serjeant, pi 
C.Joliffe 
J. Stodart, am 
f. Ruflell 



Cox, agents 

XXXV. 

1 Mediterranean 

2 Brit. Islands 

Colonel. 
D. of Richmond 

Li. Cols. 
J. Ofwald 
Fra. J. Wilder 
P. H. Petit 

Majors, 

L. Moore 
C. W. Clarke 
G. Berkeley 
C. C. Arnett 
Captains, 
C.T.Riddell 
J. rJ. Manoury 
John Herriea 
R Ofwald 
— M'Alifter 
Joi. Phillott 
John Sleffor 
Dun. Stewart 
Chas Wm Wall 
P. M'Pherfon 
W. Johnfon 
T. R- Swyuey 
T. Edgeworth 
William Green 
And. Wilder 
Alex. Shaw 
Tho. Tifdal 
G.F.Flucker 
Theos. Daly 
G. Arthur 
J. Andrews 
F. May 

Lieuts, 
W.Rawlbn,^ 
Ralph Newton 
T. Weiterman 
JohnHadfteid 
Thomas Km? 



232 



Tlios. Wcare 
R. Cameron 
J. Montfort 
E. F.Domgoole 
A. Beetham 
A. Macdonald 
Chas Robertfoa 
Wm Gregory 
W. M'Donaid 
S. S. Scarce 
Chas Tuffin 
G-o Porter, adj 
J. M. Philpot 
Thos Stapley 
G. Rawlinibn 
Wm Walker 
H.Thiballier 



G. Fitton, qm 
— Mackheld 
J. D. Tully, sur 
Simon Doyle 
Vi'Doiiald, ag. 

x5vt 

1 Spain 

Colonel, 
Hon. H.StTohn 

A. Mackenzie 

Robert Burne 
Hn.B. Cochrane 

J/fajorj, 

L. Davis 



H. E. Shauwell (Dun. Darroch 
W: Hutehtefcn 
A. Mackenzie 

Capts, 
G. R. P. Jurvis 
Wm Crc.s 
G. Monk land 

faith 
"Wm Tulloh 
|ohn Fox 
IP. M. Hobart 
[Wm W. Swain 
jH, R, Vernon 
|C. Hcfcard 
jW. C Douglas 
|W. Car/ 
IR. W. Mills 
|A. Barber 
W. WingSeld 



i '.JManners 
j. Freeman 
E. Davies 

Ellis 

T. Euitace 
H Semphill 
Rich. Webb. 
G. Mouiion 
A Khatroek 
A, Denifon 
W.FLw.iiorn- 

thvw.ke 
Ensignsy 
J. W. Amos 
— Emeiibn 
Fran. Scenton 
John Denny 
John French 



R M-Dor;ou?h [W. Cr.uwcil 
Thos. Howard A. Middkton 



D. Gibbs 
J. Ofbourne 
C. S. Breary 
A. Macpherfon 
W. Jr^rrant 
2, E. Butler 
LDunkin 
f. RouckJge 
A. Tenjient 

Home, ^8* 
£»*7 



Hugh Beaton 
E. W. Evans 
T. Black well 
John Povah, adj 
T. Atkins 
D. Forbes 
Arthur Parker 
Thos Wright 
Root Robifon 
B.O. Jones 
R. N. Crofse 
G. C. Hicks 
Waiter Ewart 
Gen. Mackenzie 
H.Doug i as, adj 
D. Price 
G. Pinckney 
J. Vincent 

'[hompfon 

A Shoulding 

Newman 

J. Prendergak 

— M'Dermot 
T. L'Estruuge 
Rich. Barton 
G. Hoary 

j. HCruice 
C. Moody 

— Bishop 

?.]. Bone 
R. Murcbifon 
T.S.Racster 

Wm M : JLcod 
P. Smith 
h A. Braddel 
W. H. Milks 
W. Bovvers 
J. M. Dermott ' 
Fdw Picking 
F. St Clare 
'. . . B. Siiics 



|Jos.i. ^rosse 
[Wm. Colcon 
jjo. Chaicner 

JL.'filts, 

jja. Macarciiur James Kirby 
jlki.t Ivlorow 14. Cahiil 
Hen,B. Balguy j. Bah; wm 
- - ; Earewell Cha. Morgan 
\jtL ^ Hart 
Rich,Gi«;ert joiVKemu 



R. Barry, j», 
John Boyce, 
John Little 
Jane and Sons, 

and Air Croaf- 

daile, agt 

XXXVII. 
West Indies. 

Colo;: J, 

SirHDalrympk 

Lt Col. 
F.J. G.I'vIa clean 
Wm Spread 

Majors, 
S. Hart 
R. James 

Captains, 
Quint in Logan 
G. G. Cochrane 
Eeon Gibbons 
Ed. Earwick 
Temple Fentoa 
Geo. Brock 
Tnos Sangtter 
Aari. Tflt 
M :.:. B'lfby 
Wm Bruce 

Lic-uts, 
And. Creagh 
F-kh. Wakon 
Herbert Cox 
Rob. Stephens 
T. jam€ 
P. _,. Sahsray 
Jas Billion 
H. O. Wood 
Robert Riil 
Edw. Bmkr 
Jo", Armstrong 
John Cosdey 
Rich, Gra «tm 
C.A.ifj>pinott 
G C. Hicks 
John Grant 

1,'IaiToy 



bo Mcelijyy^JWm Bock 



sss 



Wm. Stuart 
S. Fenton 

Ensigns, 
Jas Chalmers 
J. Nugent 
j. T. Waiford 

Holebrooke 

Carew 
J.A.Wilkinfon 

Carteret, ptk 
8. Woodford ,qn2 
].Tho;ru'on,;:.7-|- 
Greenwood 6c 
Cox, agents 



XXXVIII. 
I N. America 
2Spc 



Lients, 
A. Fullarton 
George HuiFey 
Jer. Campion 
Wm Willfhire 
G. Wadding ton 
M. JForiter 
John Minchin 
Thos Butwell 
John Burke 
John Harrifon 
G. Fitzgerald 
Thos Moore 
John WIIHhire 
Wm White 
Wm Ince 
P. Madecd 
J ohn Peddie 
C.A.M'Guchin 
J. Bloomhcld 
jB.F. Soir.idwith 



R. Carldie John rry 

W. J. Laws [Wm Hicks 
F. Holbarn JF. M. Phillips 
Tho Biggar qm <E Vincent 

Southail [John Brown 

J. WiIinnre,/>w;G. Wilkins 
J. Cuthbert Hn M. Meade 
D. M'Leod, iurtMit. Barron 
Jas Donahoe Fra. Grotty 
Armit and Bo- John Turner 
rough,& Green- Geo. Worfdey 
wood c< Cox,ag. J. C. Meech 



Hon Sir G. J 

Ludlow 

Lieut'. Cols. 
Hon C. Grcvilk James Hogg 
]ohn Nugent 

Majors, 
Ed. Mi'ies 
Hon. J. T. Dean 
W. B. Loftus 
Wm Orange 
Citpta'ms, 



XXXIX. 

1 IvTedHerra r.ejn _ _ 

2 Br-t Islands John Pollard 
N. Balfour, col. |S. Newport 

Lt. Cols. [Jof. A. tones 
Hon R. O'Ca- Henry Smith 



C. Crookfhanks 
Thos Evans 
A. Chanceliour 
David Rofs 
Plet. Wilkie 
Thos Willfhire 
Wm Taylor 
Jn L .Gailie 
J. Werge 
Jas Annesley 
Jas 1'aylor 
Tho Tiddeman 
L. Barnai-d 

iames Hurt 
I. Vigoreux 
Chas Weaver 
Wm Nihil! 
T. P. Perry 
Ed Owens 
j £, O. Wrench 



E. Evanfon 
And. Todd 
T. Bodkin 
Jas. Baillie 
W.HWrench 
J. Ufher 
Rich. Crofs 
R. Glover 
j. B. Morris 
W. Hopper, cdj 
T. Matthews^' 
Wm Skinner 
H. Weatherfton 
D. M'Grigor 
Wm Cuff 

Ensigns, 

D. Osborne 
John Miller 
G. Richardfon 
Chas Hall 
Edw. Damant 
W. M. Garret 
Phcrlbn 
M'Gill 
Cartwright 
A. Bale 
John Tittle 



W. .V 

j.m« 

John 
j.Cai 



Alex. Morrow 
J. T. Lord, <idj 

R. N. Baldwin 



laghan 
Gzo. Wilfon 
Majors, 
C, V. Sturtt 
Chas. Bruce 
Pat. Lindfey 
Roger Parke 
Captains, 
H.Standifh 
R- Maunfell 
BryanOToole 
J. G. Waddel 
i\. Darley 
W. Lapfley 
Jn Stever.fon 
Geo. D'Arcy 
G. F. Harnfon 



Fras. Halt 
Wm Roberts 
— Shuekburgh 
W. J. Hughes 
R. Needham 
C. Reynolds 
J. S. Fenton 

Ensigns, 

C. Barker 
W. Wheatly 
W Waters 
C. Coleman 
C. Scanlan 
G. Suttleworth 
Jn Crowcher 
Jas Roberts 
B. M. Ball 



Dun. Campbell -Geo. Ja. Privat 



Thos Marlow 
Jn Watling 
D. M'Pherfon 
John Grant 
Chas Carthew 
Thos Landers 
Rich. Young 
Steph.Cuppage 
las Brine 



iC. C. Shiel 
G. Beard 
JH. Emfworth • 
T. Brown, adj 
WAJlardice^w 
Benj. Bunn 
Jn SutclifFe, qm 
T. Wainwriuht 
!R. Walker, sur 
H. Saunderfon J John Kidd 

Li cuts, Greenwood &, 
R. Walton I Cox, nfents. I 



234 



XL. 



ijas JLunn 



1 N. America. W. B. Hook 

2 Spain Alex. Cameron 

Colonel. Wm Coles 

Sir Geo. Osborn John Ayling 

Lieut. Cols, j A. Street 
Gore Brown T. D. Franklyn 
JamesKemmis Wolf Kenny 
Majors, I Jn Thoreaa 
Hen. Thornton. — Strawbcnzie 
R.Archdall W. Kelly 
John Gillies Mark D'Arcey 
Wm Balfour Wm Toole 

Captains, \T. O'Doherty 
John Whetham'J. F.Gray 
JL. Dampier G. W. Poole 



ampie 
A»\Colquhoun 
Wm Porter 
Il'aac Leary 
F. B. Elliot 
A. R. Heyland 
R. M. Biwn 
T. F. Warner 
F. Browne 
Geo. Prefton 
W. Dampier 
R. H. Wood 
S. Stretton 
Chas. Dowries 
Thos Emans 
PeterDefbrifay 
Rich. Turton 
J. F. Bryett 
C. H. Smith 

Lieut j, 
F. Nelfon 
C. L. Ramus 
Con. Ellis 
J. Barnet, adj 
Wm Fifher 
— Hoblyn 
E. C. Bowcn 
Wm Cueade 
R, Gunn 
R. P. Stewart 
R. Phillips 
Wm Hihbcrt 
Wm Cochran 
Jas. johnfon 



George Lyon 
— Bethel!, adj 
M. Ckaddick 
R. Moore 
Geo. Dennis 
Thos Brown 
Ensigns 
Wm Turton 
Anth. Malone 
Chas Brown 
fas Butler 
Wm Goddard 
J. A. O'Hara 
Rich. Burgefs 
N. T. Carter 
J. Garnfey 
Geo. Raynes 
Francis Upjohn 
E. H. Adams 
Henry Millar 
W. Manning 



Chr.Clarke,/r* 

A. Seaton 

Connor qm 

Sanderfon 

! J. Meade, Surer. 
IT. Woods 
Agents. 

Collver & Son, 
1 Me'ff.Atkinfon 



XLI. 

A r . America 
HM'DowallCo/ 

Lieut. '■Col. 
W. Thomas 
H. Proctor 
Maters, 
James Grant 
Wm Evans 

Captains , 
H. M-Kenzie 
T. R. Fuller 
R. O. Frend 
W . Derenzy 
W. C. Short 
Adam Muir 
Ar. Trew 
A. Forbes 
J. Tailon 
P. L. Chambers 

Lieutenants 
R. Bullock 
H. Saunders,^ 
J. Fitzgerald 
H. Cradock 
I. G. Ogden 
Sam. Hughes 
W.L. Crowthcr 
G. Fowler 

A. Kecfe 
Edw. M'Coy 
Thos Gould 
Rich. Bullock 

B. Stapleton 

Ensigns 
J. W. Clcmow 
Wm Lane 
Hen.Westenra 
J Saunderfon 

M'Intvre 

Bluett 

Tho Barnard 
Alex Major 

J. Raye, paym. 
A. Thorn, *surg. 
Greenwood 6t 
: Cox 3 agents. 



XLU. 
(Rl. Highland.) 

1 Spain 

2 Brit. Islands 

Colonel, 

Marq. Huntly 

Lieut. 'Col. 

J. Stirling 
Lord Blantyre 
J.Farquharlbn 

Major. 
A. A.Campbell 

C. Macquarrie 
Rob. Macara 
R. H. Dick 

Captains., 

J. J. Frafer 
Ham. Rofe 

F. Campbell 
John Frafer 

D. Campbell 
vVm Munro 
Max. Grant 
S. Campbell 
D.Williamfon 
John Dick 
Jas Walker 
A. Menzies 
J. M-Phcrfon 
W. M'Kenzie 
R. Anftruther 
Dav. Ogilvy 

G. Davidfon 
Jn Campbell 
Geo. Stewart 
M. M'Lean 

Lieutenants 
A Anderfon 
M.Macpherfon 
Jn iJenderfon 
Jn Swanfon,^/;. 
Don. M'Donafd 
Geo. A. Munro 
Alex. Frafer 
Dun. M'Innes 
Dun. Campbell 
|a Hunter, adj 
J. Farquharfon 
D. Gregorfon 



Alei,M'K'euzie 

Dan. M'iutofh 
Jn Hamilton 
Thorn. Munro 
Col. M'Dougal 
Don. Chifholm 
Wm Gun 
John Innes 
Wm Macbeath 
N. M'Glaihan 
D Stewart 
Alex Graham 
W. Hamilton 
A. Macpherfon 
Wm Lorhnci 
D. Mackenzie 
Ja3 Stirling 
R. Eoyle 
Lord Berridale 
Ed. Bulkky 
James \our.g 
Aiex. Wishart 
— M'Lanen 
Ensigns 
H. A. Fra'ser 
J. Innes 

J. Milne 
Aiex. Burnett 
R. Mackinaon 
J. Anderfon 
J. Malcolm 
Alex. Dunbar 
James Stuart 
P.Mcggep 
W. Dm dray 
Tho Swam'on 
Alex Stuart 
Rob Gordon 



Jn H\ime,j&w. 
R. Carmicliael 
DMakintofh q» 
Don. Mackay 
Jn Erley, Surer. 
S. M'Deod ° 
ireenwood & 
Cox, agents. 



XLiil. 
(light infant.) 

1 Embarked . 

2 Spain 

E. Smith, Col. 

Li Co!. 
R. Stuart 
Wm. Gilford 
Edward Hull 

Majors, 
Chas M'Leod 
Thos. Proclor 
Daniel Hearn 
H. R. Elcrs 

Capts. 
Jof. Curruthers 

C. Patrickibn 
Peter JDefhon 
Jofeph Wells 
i horn. Dloyd 
W.T. P. Napier 
James Dutfey 
iivan Cameron 
R. Dalzell 

D. Gardner 
Geo. Gifr'.-rd 
R. Maclacilan 
Alex. Kerr 
J. Ferguson 
J. W. Hull 
3. Brock 
G. 3. Flaherty 
G. Flaherty 
r. L. Strode 

W. HaverhVid 
Lord F. H. J. 

Somerfet 
W. Shcrran 
'i'hos Chump 

Lieut s, 
R. F.Murchifon 
jof. Chapman 
John Proctor 
Rob.Simpfon 
Thos M'Kenzic 
idw. Chriilian 
f. Max.Tylden 
Jn Swinburne 
G! Johuftoa 



W. Morrifon 
T. Anderfon 
J. P. Hopkin 
J. W. Pitts. a# 
H. Harveft 
'i 'ho. Rylance 
James Shaw 
Ax. Richards 
S. Pollock 
Chas Taggart 
J. M-Dearmid 
Geo. Ridout 
B. Price 
G. Brown 
M. Madden 
T. Capel 
G Fergufi'oa 
W. Freer 
J I. Booth 

B, Murphy, adj 
F. H. Neale. 
James Pollock 
3, Hcbkirk 
J. Buchanan 
Cha M'Lanes 
L. Enraghc 
H. OgiamLr 
John Pextcn 
Ed. Edge 
J.iT.Creighton 
G Houlton 

Ensigns, 

C. T. Pater son 
T I itzge-raid 
Gee Jacki'on 
Geo Holmes 
Geo Berkeley 
C. A. Holmes 
II. Brockman 
vV". Madden 
Chr Hebfon 
[. StepJienfon 
— I«unn 

Bramwell 



T.Havafcck,™ 

John Wells 
P.ob laud, iur 
J as Gilchrift 
Colly er&SoaJ 



XLiv. 

1 Med t err an. 

2 BriU Island 
C.Ramstbrd,Ct 

Luul.Ccl. 

Chritt. Tilibn 
Alex. Dirom 

Arth. Brooke 
Robt Garden 

Major, 

Chas Phillips 
J.IM.Hamertoi 
Geo. Harding 
Edm. Gregory 

Captains, 

F. Eiwjn 

David E/fFe 
Cha Madden 
Hen.. Nixon 
ri.jnT.Muilens 
Thos Murphy 
Ren Debbeig 
J, A. johnfon 
Ar. Ma^auley 
John Cruice 
j. Carter 
Ambrofe Lane 
John Jcffop 
J. C. Guthrie 
johh Berwick 
D. Donahue 
A. Brugh 
A. Beaumont 
Dav. Power 
Ccl. Meekifon 

Edm.Walfh 
F. Ballard 

A T. Kc-dgfon \'l\ A. Dudie 

R. Frederick 

Rich. Brunt on 

James, rkbt^w'T. Machered 

Djr-rid r rater j F. B. Jervoiie 



J. Ponlonsy 
f.F. Wrench 



Day. Carnegie 
A.Greenfnields 
Geo. Rea 
Boftock Jacob 
Geo.Cha. Hill 
VV. A. Craig 
LewisSuter,**//, 
I C. Pierce 
John Blakeney 
A. Donaldfon 
Rowl. Davits 
Tho.s Boies 
Tho Mackrell 
Rich. Cruice 
W. Knight 
Dan. Cauifield 
W Maclean 
J P Shaw 
John Bryant 
Wm Manby 
Pho Ricketts 
Geo. Andrews 
John Auftin 
Hou.R.G.Quin 

Tho Peacockc 
W. Saunderibn 
John Smith 
Rob. Rullcil 
Ensigns, 

F, Hemming 
T. Harriott 

Wm Huffey 
RJTwinberrow 

J. Burcham 

Tho. Palmer 

Rob Carr 

W. Pearce 

W. F. Lenon 

W. H. Meade 

T. O'Kearney 

W. Burnay 

T. Conner 

M. Argent 



JR. Miller, sur 
G. Mitchelfon 
Bownas, a pent 



XLV. 



Cav. Lifter, col. 

Lieut. CoLs. 
Wm Guard 
Hon. J. Mead 

Major-, 
Wm Gwyn 
And. Pat ton 
Geo. P. Drew 
IT. Forbci 

Captains, 
And. Coshlan 



Ja. Albopp, pm 
Geo. Crozier 
] Donaldfon^»« 
Henry Jones 



jas Douglas 
William Smith 
John Payne 
Lj Greenwell 
D. Leekey 
Z. M. MHnes 
i'ho. F Drew 
Tho.Lightfoot 
Dav. Gregory 
Chas Hulon 
Ol. Mills 

tHart 
en Dahrac 
i O'Flaherty 
rdw Scort 
H. Johnftone 
Adam Mellia 
Ar. Mac-onald 

Lieut s, 
JaCampbell,'?^' 
Alex. Martin 
William Moore 
Brind. Purefoy 
Chas Urquhart 
Jo. Robinfon 
Mat Handcock 
Alex Anderfon 
Dav. Duxbury 
John Cole 
Ed. S. Keating 
Ro. Hardyman 



J. Leflie, adj 
Rich. Burke 
Edw. Hacket 
W.H. Powell 
I. EL Reynet 
John Harris 
Elen. Hcrrick 
P. B. Coitley 
Wm Perfc 
R. M'Cally 
B. L. White 
as WilFngton 
ohn Metcalfe 
B. Humphreys 

Ensigns. 
Chas Barnwell 
Fran Andrews 
R. Colley 
T. Parr 
H. Phillips 
R Oufeley 

— Tyler 
T. Macpherfon 
J. M. Milnes 
Rich Kelly 

— Marfti 
RG. Sparrow 
E. F. Boys 
M.Dalhuty,/>/» 
Geo. Hounsom 



Captains, 
Campbell 
Arch.Campbell 
Jn M-Kenzie 
Col. M'Dougal 
JohnCampbcll 
A. Ogilvie 
J.-.s Stewart 
W. G. B. Shaw 
David Hughes 
T. Charretie 
Lients. 

ohn M'Gill 
V. Nairn, adj. 
G^o. Wallis 
And. Elamilton 
Alex. Thomfon 
Thos Miller 
Pho.Thompfon 
Thos Bunbury 
John Watt 
John Fawfon 
J. Strongitharm 
N. Browne 
Benj. Forfter 
W. St John 
Chas Higgerts 
Wm Carr 
R Wingfield 
A Campbell 



E. Fhrefher, qm\J. L. Calder 



John Maples 
jo. Boggie, sur 
J. Wylde 
J. Reid 
Armit & Boro' 

Greenwood &. 

Cox. agents 

XL VI. 

West Indies 

Colonel. 

John Whyte 

Lieut. Cols. 

|B. Leighton 

Edw. Barnes 

Majors, 
D. Campbell 
R. P. Payne 



B Charlewood 
H. Morrifon 
A. Macnamara 
J. Crabb 

Ensigns, 
M. M'Kenzie 
Cha Dawe 
D. Thompfon 
H. Elemfworth 

Robinfon 

Lavie 
Tho.Thompfon 

J. Campbell,/** 
S- M'Donnely;» 
W. Beard, sur 
Greenwood 6c 
Cox, avents 



237 



XLVII. 

1 East Indies. 

2 Brit. Islands. 

Colonel. 

R. Fitzpatrick 

Lieut. Cols. 
T.J. Backhoufe 
T. B. Skerrett 
W. Wardrobe 

Majors, 
J. Cumning 
W. Johnfon 
Humph. Bland 
Jona. Yates 
Captains 
R. Kelly 
Rich. Chetham 
Cha. Flaynes 
R. G. Elrington 
W Chevne 
Vv r m .Sail 
H. Stackpoole 

B. Molei'worth 
J VHutchini'nn 
F.Feathei-ftone 
W. H. Hardy 
Arch. Campbell 

C. E. Liveiay 
VVm Burton 
J. R. Nafon 
j.O'Donaghue 
W. H. Davies 
Dom. D'Arcey 
P. W. Ramfay 
T. Backhoufe 

Lieut s. 
Tade Heatley 
W. Phelan 
Hen. Paribus 
Wm Atherton 
R. Tatton,j^; 
Poni'. MatLews 
Jas Pickard, adj 
Wm Rutkdge 

W< bb 

jTan.es Warren 
jGtu. F. Sadikr 
! }. Doyle 
Has Magrath 



T.T.K 
Pbilip 



RobtV/.Baggot 
Henry Doyle 
j. Peacocke 
M. He . :e 
J. Crai^ic 
P. Forbes 
J. Devereil 
W. T. M. Ryan 
J. S. M'Cullocl 
E. 'Fempleton 
W. H. Lennon 
Standifh Weld 
Thos French 
F. Kea/s 
Dundas 
Clarke 
G. Loggan 
T. Power 
Nc$(L Dymoke 
J. Hutchinfon 
G. Nangle 
J. Fliii 

Ensivns, 
N. Chriiiian 
R. Brifcoe 
L Campbell 
T Devonshire 
Chas Williams 
J. J. F. Haly 
Sam. Clarke 
J. Strangeways 
W.Wainwright 
Wm Scott 
]. R. Cochrane 
C. J. Cochrane 
W. W. Yates 
John Harley 



J. Minikin, <p; 
J. Haggar 
D. J. I)oyle s j?/r 
Wm Harper 
W. Philips,/*.**. 
John Harley 
Mr Ridge, agt. 



XLVIII. 

1 Gibraltar 

2 Brit. Islands 

■ Colonel, 
LdCha.Fitzroy 

Lieut. Cols. 

Hon D. Leflie 
Chas Don el an 
G. Duckworth 

Iv.lajors, 
Rob. bewell 
G. Middlemore 
Geo. Morrifon 
Jas Ertkine 

Capt 'f'/'j, 
Wm Brooke 
M. Mnriton 
John H. Afhe 
Jac Wi'.fon 
S. Goodman 
Wm G. White 
C. W. Tonyn 
Gilb. Cimitiere 
W. F. French 
W. H. Brooke 
G. S. Thwaitcs 
Thos Bell 
Edw. Parfons 
U Morriilet 
James Taylor 
'f Haverfield 
"H. Yv r atfon 
P. Campbell 
John Elliott 
W. P. Jones 
Lieut*. ■ 
Fra. Allman 
H. F. Wood 
Robert Grey 
Thos. Magee 
Wm Kirk 
Wm Watkins 
B. E. Drought 
Wm Gill 
J. Turnpenny 
HenrvIrwin,4/>'/ 
Wm Page 
Geo. Mackay 
John Allman 



Wm Cheflyn 
H. Humphreys 
Law. Crawley 
Robt Herring 
A. Macintofh 
John Brooke 
Thos Stroude 
]. Anfaldo 
C. M. Chilcot 
John Campbell 
J. Whiteford 
J. Cuthbertfon,. 
G- W.Leroo 
Ed-. Vincent 
T. Wright 
E. O'Donaghue 
J. P. M. Kenion 
H. E. Robihfcf 
J. Johnflone 
J. Vv r . Duke 
P. E. Heming 
J. Lyddon 
J. Archer 
H. Burke 

— Ludlow 
A. OTanning 
John Farral 

Elwood 

John Marshall 
W. R. Steel 

Ensigns, 
T Brotheridge ' 

Le Barte 

Geo. Sack 

— Peacock, adi 
T. O. Reece 

C. T. Meulen 
E. C. Clofe 
H. Alcock 

as Black 
Hafleham 
W. Woods 
Geo Pardy 

D. Perfc 
John Renny 
Rich Maunfell 
John Sharp 

F\ Armftrong 



& 



238 



"H Hughes, pin 
W. Trayers,y« 
i — Stubbs 
K. Graffett,xwr 

J'-'hn isharpe 
Greenwood <3c 
Cox, agent. 

XLiX 

A'. Amer'ca 

Hon. Al. Maifc- 

land, col. 

Lieut. CiJ.s. 

Ifaac Brock 
R. H. Sheaffe 
Majors ■, 

Vincent 
C.PLr.derleath 

Captains, 

Adam Qrmfby 
Alex. Clerk 
John Frafer 
Thos Manners 
Jas Dennis 
I B. Glegg 
[ohn \\ iliiams 
Bw. Cheihire 
Robt Johnson 
Fred, lieriot 

Lieuts. 
Henry H. Wall 
Hercules Ellis 
Alex. Lewis 
Hen. Ormond 
John Day 
wm Jones 
IVm Blaquiere 
Robt Loring 
Wm A. Grant 
S T . Wightwick 
R Bartiey 
F. O'Beirne 

Ensigns, 
Dix. Ellis 
John Shaw 
\ Etzgibbon/r^/ 
— Lamont 
Dinnes Brown 
f fattermaster 



G Ratcliffe 

Alex. Gairet 

G. Cotte 

T. S. Brock, p.rt 

% Eegger, q.nt. 

j.H.Lennon,j-«i 

Giipin, Agent. 



1 oC 2 Spain 
Sir jas Dutf, Col. G. Evans 



John N.Wilfon 
Jn AIDonald 
Henry Leake 
Vern. R. Lovett 
RrgerNorth c<fj 
Mark Rudkin 
T E M'Carthv 
W Bower 
H. BeJfon . 
I King 



Lieut. Cols 
G. T. Walker 
Chas Stev/art 
Majors, 

Charles Hill 
C. Napier 



C. Heatiey 

L. Hemsworth 

D. M'Donald 
W. Patteenson 
Loot Ray 

— Lire-hall 



HonCStunhone;R. Keddie 



F. Hankey 
Captains, 

;. B. Harrifon 
Wm. Clumes 
Thos Snows 
T.D.Campbtil 
Chas Bentley 
Richard Stowe 
H Archdall 



jE. Jackson 
|Cha Wright 
T. Ryan 
JE Richardfon 
iH F fanncey 
Wm Turner 
(John Atkinfon 

Ensigns. 
I John Paterfon 



Martin Leggat j j. Rogers 
R. Candler |W Watfon 

H, Stapleton J Bartiey 

W. A. Gordon jj. Myles, adj 
W. Ambrose R. Moore 



J. Wemyls 
Wm Maion 
Wm Read 



W. Stewart 
James Thomas 
Rich. Jones 



|Geo.Armitrong.W. Field 
J. Teimer if. Swayne 

i Tho Vyvyan [H. distance 
[Benj . Rowe j W. Gra nt 
E.C.MoncriefFe |CCrotchley,j*w. 
Lieuts. I T. Montgomery 

HMont^omery Benj. Baxter^™ 

Ed. Atkin — Wilfon 

ijohn Kent JM.Lamcrt,,r«r.l Henry Bayley 

Jas B.Gardiner JC. Quartley I John J. Percy 

!And. Mitchell lArmit c\ Boro'jRoberc Shaw 

jR. F. Sandys I &. Gx - een wood; John Walker 

IF. B. Mear'd | &.Cox, agents \B B Hawley 
____ 



Spain 

Colonel, 
Wm Morihead 

Lieut. Cols, 
R. Darling 
J. Mainwaring 

Majors, 
T. H. Dimkin 
~ obt Biackall 

Copts. 
Samuel Rice 
C F. Sparkea 
C. W. Mercer 
Dav. Roberts 
John Keyt 
jas Campbell 
j.H.Broomfield 

F. Shanley 

C A Douglas 
Wm Thwaites 
Edw Kelly 
Lieuts, 
j. H. Phelps 
J. Fulerton 
Peter Smeliie 
John M'Cabe 
Jo Campbell 
Rich. Storer 
J. Rofs 
Henry Hony 
Rd hherwood 
Barth. Hickie 
John Bower 
John Rofs 
S. Bardley 
J. H. Drew 

G. D. Barker 
G. E. Blake 
— Jennings.?^. 
Edw Frederick 

E;:sirr>is, 

E. F. Geat 
Thos Benfon 



Thomas Cox 
T. Brook 
F. Minchin 
Walter Mahon 
W. H. Hare 
R. Hicks 

— Hamilton 
M. Stephens 

R. Pollock,^>«r 
J. Rofs, am 
R.Webfter,«r 
Greenwood & 

Cox, agents 

LIL 

Light Infantry 

1 &. 2 Spain 

Colonel. 

Sir John Moore 

Lit tit. Cols., 
Rob. Barclay 
John Rofs 

Majors, 

Hon. Hugh Ar 

buthnot 
Hen. Riue wood 
Ed. Gibbs 
J. P. Hunt 

Captains, 
G.T. 'Napier 
JasH. Reynett 
Cha. Rowan 
Wm Mein 
Wm Jones 
Pat. Campbell 
Rob.Campbell 
J.Dobbs 

G. Douglas 
J. Chetwynd 
Wm S. Madden 
Carrie 

Ewart 

Poole 
Wm Chalmers 
Aug. Merry 
J. H. H. Davies 
James Payler 
Thos T. Fuller 



Wiu 

T; H. 

j.Ev 
C. P< 



Wm Cruice 
Wm. Rowan 
K. Snodgrafs 

Li cuts, 

Dugd. Fergufon 
Charles Diggie 
John Sheddon 
Hon. H. Powys 
J. F. Love 
George Young 
Wm Fiiher 
John Wallis 
J. M'Donald 
J as M'Nair 
Theo. Gifford 
Chas Booth 
George Black 
J as Dick 
Edw. Langton 
Wm Rentoul 
H. Dawfon 
T. E. Napier 
Thos Laye 
John Crofs 
Rich. Monins 
Abr. Shaw, aJj 
J as Ormfby 
Tas Wilfon 
Henry Temple 
Lord J. Hay 
John Bell 
Robt O'Hara 
Aug. Harveft 
Edw. Abney 
Wm Chalmers 
C. M. Fraser 
John Woodgatc 
C. Kinloch 
Tho RatcllfFe 

Yorke 

R. Brownrigg 
B. Coates 
G. Brooke 
T. Ramfay 
F. Whichcote 
F. Radcliff 
— York 
R Blackwood 
Felix Calvert 



Hon Jo Mait- 
land 

B. S. Wright 

E /I Signs, 

Arch Douglass 

F. J. Davies 
John Dobbs 
W. Royds 
Tho Dundas3 
Cha Paget 
R. M'Neile 

C. Ward 

J. Garwood 
j. Wardlaw 
H. Jackson 
H. Monins 

D. Hamilton 
James Kifos 
W. Burgess 

ChasRowan,/^ 
Pierce Butler 
GeoMoore, qm 
John Campbell 
SHutchinfon.w 
George Peach 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 

LIII. 

1 East Indies 

2 Br t. Islands 
Hon. J. Aber- 

crombie Col. 

Lie id. Cols. 

Stat.Lightburne 

G. S. Mawby 
G. R. Bingham 

Majors, 
John Buckland 
John Manfell 
Wm Thurdby 
N. Kingfcote 

CaMs, 

Ter. M'Mahon 
Jeffrey Pi ere/ 
John Frafer 
Wna Ingleby 
J. Ciles 



A Wallace 
f. Whetftone 
Wh. Coultman 
Samuel Claffon 
j. C. Andrews 
Henry Parker 
John Robcrtfon 
G. H. Fehrfzen 
R. J. Harvey 
John M'Cafkill ! 
C. Kirby 
T. N. Hill 
J. Stawell 
1 . Poppleton 
S. P. Edwards 

Lieut s. 
L. D. Arnott 
T. B. Glew 
M. Sayer 
W. Cuppage 
Ca; far Andrews 
J. W. Groom- 
bridge 
Robert Young-i 

hufband 
Wm RuffeU 
(•h. Rees 
Ed Nicc,^' 
C. Chipmell 
John Stqne 
John Carl's, aaj 
'H.T. M'Don&ic 
John Stewart 
Mat. Young 
John Maclean 
R. F. Stoney 
Fras Bowyer 
Chas Harriibn 
Fred. H. Fuller 
Day. Beatty 
P. Ovenden 
C. F. Hunter 
C. W illiams 
Geo. Wm Lay 
A. M'Dougal 
Thos Price 
T.Montgomery] 
R. G. HorQey 
Arthur D;dy 



am 



gtonfW 



V. Harrin 
ohn Williams 
V. Portbury 
rhos Emery 

Ensigns , 
h T. Greene 
V. Booth 
— Weyland 
V. H. Dillon 
h Barrowcliff 
•ohn Hunter 
idw. Barlow 
Vnd.Campbell 
i. C. Gough 
>eo. Langton 
as Hamilton 
T. H. Kighley 
. Nicholson 
I. Knox 



iSherwood,pOT 
ilx. Thompion 
VmHanfon^OT 
tob. Blackie 
t. M'lntyre,/«; 
"ho. Sandeil 
ireenw. &CoXj 
A.Reed&Fra- 
ier, agents 

LIV. 

West Indies 
Colonel, 

ion Ed. Finch 

Lieut. Col. 
?hrift. Darby 
• Tho. Layard 

Majors, 
V. S. Currey 
i. Campbell 
Captains, 
vob. Frederick 
on. Darby 
Jlen Kelly 
I C. Kirby 
Jlyfles Burgh 
Tios Reeves 
^ob. Pigott 



ra Hutton 
Geo. Arabin 
D. Roberts 
Lieut s. 
Geo, Arnold 
R. Blackman 
Walter Crofton 
John Kelly 
Wal. Marihall 
D. Campbell 

D. S. Moulfdale 
W. Atkinfon 

J. Lcflie 
HenrvRichards 
Geo. Mills 
I'hos Charters 

F. Barbault 
Geo. Fraser 
Tas. King 
John Abbott 
Wm Adams 

G. J. Tappenden 
TB Bedford 
Lewis Shaw 

E. Teefdale 
Edw. Hall 

Ensigns, 

H. M'Pherson 
J. Sharpe 
E. A. Evanfon 
W. Woolrich 



DonMartin,/>CT 
G. Brown, qui 
G.Redmond,n/r 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 



IN. 

PVest Indies. 
L. A. Totten- 
ham, Col 

Lieut. Col. 

Rob. Douglas 

Majors, 

N. Smyth 
T J Heyiiger 



Li apt aim, 
Alex. Hogg 
Geo. Evatt 
Rich. Jones 
A. Crcighton 
W. Armftrong 
H. M. Clime 
Hon. E. Hall 
A M'Donald 
J. Campbell 

Licuts. 

{as M'Donnel 
R. Spunner 
L. Langton 
Tho.s Coleman 
T. J. Williams 
Wm Hob art 
Robt Douglas 
A Proudioot 
J. C. Devenilh 
James Alfop 
T. W. Nicholfon 
R. McDonald 
J. Otway 
J S Elligood 
WNicholfona*// 
P A Heyiiger' 
Albert Friend 
Rich. Coote 
John Buller 
w Thurgood 
W. Kemp 
T G Peacocke 
D. Haggart 
Ensigns t 
A. Garden 
Charles Shaw 
WHArmltron2 
J. Johnfon 
Tho. Cooke 



JMackenzie,^ 
AHutchifon,yz7i 
Q\M-Millam*r 
Donaldfon, a >-/. 



ite 



LVI. 

Indies. 



Colonel, 
Hon. C. Norton '■ 

Lieut. Cols. 

T. Picfton 
P. K Skinner 
H. S. Keating 

Majors, 
F. J. V. Barclay 

B. Travers 
S. Bayley 
Tho Walch 

Captains, 
Ed. Gillman 
J. W. Mailet 
R. Grant 
Joth. Hannan 
Wm S. Forbes 
H. Capadose 

C. M'Donnel 
John Guaily 
W. Edw. Frye 
Del. Barclay 
H. H. Pritcuard 
Robt Seymour 

A. M'Donald 
Yhoi Cassan 
George Owen 
Dennis Daly 
James Grant 
1. W. Harrifon 
James Sandys 
N. C. Burton 

B. Watfan 
R. Barrington 

Licuts. 
Wm Gunn 
P. S. Norman 
John M'Auley 
H. L'Eitrange 
Paul Hodder 
GColclough,fld';' 
John R. Barry 
John E. Cairnes 
Jas Ranclaud 
wm Ridding 
Jol'. Perry 



\\\ 



iG. Parker 
] R Qtven 

Pat. Straghan 
M. De JBurgh 
G. Matron 
Ed. Irvine 
K Erfkine 
T Campbell 
Alex. M'Lean 
Mont Cairnes 
A. Denny 
M S Phelps 
J C Lewis 
William Gunn 
R Jenkinfon 
Thos Wilfon 
G Carpenter 
Wm Galwey 
C M Meehan 
J. O'Neil, adj 
W. Mallet 
R. Warren 
.' — Lloyd 
Sam. Shawe 
L Gordon 

Newman 

C. Bofcawen 
W Edwards 
R. M'Lelland 
Thos Moore 
C. C. Wynne 
George Farr 
T. H. Nclfon 
Geo Smyth 
W: H. Arthur 
John Ormfby 
J. C. Stephens 
O.Coh.Kiggin6 
Pvob. Alder 

Ensigns, 

Red. Brough 
Hugh Moore 
Sam. M'Coy 
L. Strangeways 
James Reid 
WT Ridge 
an Drummond 

Hs.. Armstrong 

J J Durham 



Edm. Tubbs 
Wm Would s 
J H Vincent 
H.J. Pearfe 
Cha Knowles 
M. Henley 
G. Sunbolf 
Wm Raifheck 
Ben. Mafon 



RMulinghanyw 
W. Johnftonc 
John FinnifS;,/?//. 
A. M. Dawe 

Surgeon, 
— Humphries 
Fran. Forlter 

Agent, 
Greenw.&Cox 

LVII. 

1 Mediterran. 

2 Brit. Island* 
Colonel, 

Ld. Hutchinfon 

Lieut. Cob. 
Wm Balfour 
A. Gledftanes 
Wm Inglis 
D. Maedonald 

Majors, 
Ralph Bruce 
David Rofs 
H. Shadforth 
W. C. Spring 
Captains, 
T. M'Ken. Scott 
Rob. Shclton 
T. Shadforth 
R. W. Patrick 
Phillip Money 
Hen. Hardinge 
W. M' Gibbon 
o. Burrows 
ohn Jermyn 
D. Auckland 
G. M'Gregor 
Vn\ Baxter 



Jofcph Marke 
John Stainforth 
G Scovell « 
H Montgomery 
H. M'Lainc 
W. Savary 
John Campbell 
HughMofsman 
G. F. Iddens 
Geo. Kirby 
Lici/ts. 
Francis Savage 
P. Hely 
Wm Appleton 
J. Jackfbn, adj. 
J. H. Evatt 
Geo. Baxter 
Wm Hunt 
Dd Maclachlan 
D. Browne 
Wm Mann, adj 
Hamlet Obins 
V. Donaldfon 
And. Sankey 
Geo.M'Farlanc 
James Tasker 
Mat. Crawford 
Robt Rofs 
Thomas Dix 
Ralph Fawcett 
Dug.M'Gibbon 
George Mayer 
A. M'Donald 

Paterfon 
S. B. Jermyn 
r Bracken- 
burgh 

F. Watfon 
J. Connor 
J, Htighes 

G. Knox 

W Cairn crofs 
W. H. Hollis 
E L Sheridan 
Geo Cocke 
Rice Price 
P. Charteris 
JLnsivns. 



r James Ve itch 



| P. M'Dougai 
Geo Beale 
T Rutton 
Hen Oulton 
B. Hobhouse 
J. Myers 
T.Withrington 

T. Shapter, pm. 
— Moore, qm 
Phil. Smith 
R Winning,j;/r. 
John Paddock 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 

LVIII. 

{Maida.) 

1 Mediterran. 

2 Brit. Islands 
Geo. Scott, Col 

Lieut. Cols. 
Wm Houiton 
T. Fit.zgerald 

Majcrs, 
Rich. Buckby 
T. G. Bradford 
B. H. Young 
Alex. Henry 
Captains, 
F. E.- Campbell 
F. Afh worth. 
Geo. Druitt 
D. Mahoney 
Fred. Tomkins 
{as Price 
W. O'Brien 
Sam. Colberg 
Chas Baldwin 
Thos Kenah 
Baynton Stone ! 
jo. Gomerfal 
A. RDonellan J 
John Rolt 
John Auftin 
1 Weitrope 
P. Dudgeon 
A. Ferguflbn 
T, Rvves 



?42 



k 



Sam. Newport 
P. C. Wcftlake 

Lieut s. 
J. C. Wood 
thrift. Willoe 
Rand. Crewe 
Mich. H. Foley 
Rich. Farmer 
F;a. Wm Robe 
Thos Betfon 
Henry Pratt , 
Thos Rogers 
Edw. Druit 
Shee 

arner Lewis 
P. A. Fallon 
Patrick Shea #dj 
Edw. Fitzgerald 
A.rth. Williams 
Edw. Kinsley 
R. Spens Park 
DavidMorrifon 
John Fowlc 
Thos Hayton 
John Cullimore 
\V Davenport 
N. Tipfon 
W. Bale 
T. Clifford 
W. Steele 
R Chute 
Francis Pyner 
G. Lempriere 
M. Morton 
Chas Vickers 

Ensigns, 
Abr. Briggs 
Wm Sadlier 
ohn Roffe 
V. Fitzgerald 
R. Ball 
J. Garfton 
G. Collins 
R. Waite 
W. Groves, adj 

B. Sankey 
H. Alcock 

C. Boheir 
C. Sloane 



H.L. Albert t fm 
John Briggs 
JArmitrong,y»2 
W. Phillips 
T. Campbell,j//r 
i Henry Marfh 
Greenwood 3c 

Cox, agents. 



LDC. 

1 East Indies 

2 Spain 
Alex. Rofs, Col 

Lieut. Cols. 

F. Fuller 
Tas Dunlop 
6am. Gibbs 
Chas Fane 

Majors, 
Alex. M'Leod 
Geo. M'Gregor 
Hen. Auften 
J. L. Weir 

Captains, 
W. Bowyer 
W. Olphert 
Ad. Brown 
J. G. Moore 
H. B. Otto 
Al. M'Pherfon 

io. Campbell 
ohn Ralph 
'hos Watts 
Thos Seth 

F. Hoylled 
Wm Bo wen 
T. M. Wilfon 
Tas Creighton 
R W Fairfield 
John Nunns 

J T Horfly 
T. C. Wooler 
Chas Douglas 
Francis Scott 
W. Wiikinfon 

G. Ha! ford 
Li juts, 

James Hill 
G. A. Darbr 



F. Fuller, fen 

E. M'Pherfon 
Thos Skelton 
Wm Chadwick 
John Butler 

jDavid Graham 
John Bruton 
T. Sampfon 
C. Stevenibn 
H. Pitman 
J. Vance 
A. Mancor,^ 
J as. Cockburu 
Ab. Pilkington 
Geo. Forreft 
Roger Finnan 

F. Fuller, jun. 
J. Wright 
Michael Byrne 
W. Mandeviile 
W. Waring 
Tisdal Black 
Francis A lair 
Jn Fothergill 

I. Langharne 
Jas Chadwick 
Simon Ifaac 
Jas Macgregor 
Dun. Gordon 
Rob. Preedy 
R. Litton 
S. G. Kenny 
W. F. Mayne 
J. E. Spier 
N. Sorrel 
J. Dillon 
Sam. Delam 
JP.Pennefather 
S. Clutterbuck 

Ensigns, 

G. H. Walker 
ijohn Lioyde 
|Ab Dent 

|R. Howard 
JR. Langley 
lj. Cowper 
>H. Daunt 
|Wm Hoyfted 
;M. Seymour 



Rob Whittle 

K. Hovenden 
A.Macpherson 
E. Duncan 
A.Campbell . 
— Chadwick 
E. Pidgeon 
H.nry Brown 
Hick. Rofe,/;« 
Chas Marr 
Tames Booth qm 
W. Moorhead 
S.M'M,iiien,j;.T 
R. J. Browne 
Greenwood &. 
Cox, agents. 

LX. (or Royal 
American.) 

1 West Indies 

2 Brit. Islands 

3 West L.dies 

4 West Indies 

5 Spain 
West Indies 
Col. in Chief, 

Duke of York 

Col. Com. 
T. Carleton 
Edw. Morrifon 
N. C. Burton 
W. Keppel 
Sir G. Prevoft 
Hon. E. Phipps 

Lieut. Ccls. 
J. A. Harris 
G. W. Ramfay 
F.B.Rottenbur* 
G. Rainey 
John Hope 
L.VonMoiheim 
Edward Codd 
Thos Autten 
P. Anderson 
W.Dowdeswell 
Vise. Lake 

Majors, 
Geo. Mackie 
Jas Lomax 



243 



Jas Bathurlt 
Ant. Wharton 
Fra. St. Mart 
• W. Marlton 
W. G. Davy 
W. Drummond 
Wm Woodgatt 

Captains, 
Geo. Forneret 
Jas Grant 
Jas GalifFe 
A. Rumpler 
F. Gomer 
C. Bouverie 
Guft. Braun 
W.J. O'Connor 
C. DeSalaberry 
Wm Frafer 
W. Frafer 
J- W. Aldred 
W. Twigg 
Wm Batteley 
K. Chandler 
WPIenderleath 
J. M' Arthur 
Robert Hazen 
Alex. Andrews 

E. Norton 
Don. M'Neil 

t Bunting 
. Demangou 
•Ph. Mauriage 
Geo. Gran 
I M'Mahon 

F. Hames 

N. Humphries 
C. de Vigny 
Mich deWendt 
J. A. Dolling 
Jacob Jordan 
Hub. de Salve 
Cha.Kentfinger 
Lewis Imthurn 
Adam Krien 
A. Livingfton 
J. Schoedde 
H. Rennells 
F. J. Tkrn 
P. Blaffiere 



F. Killenbach 
J. A. Wolfe 
T. Howard 

F. de Renauld 
W Lupton 

T Ferrar 
J Prevost 
P Cockburne 
C Hinckelday 
Edw. Burdon 
Henry "Virgo 
J. Boardman 
jas E. Bell 
j. D. Planche 
Benj. Rogers 
A. Campbell 
C. Frederick 
Geo. Grigby 

LieuU. 
Chas Dufable 
Anth. Stampa 
Henry Petrie 
Ch. W. H. Koch 
Philip Mayer 

G. H. Zulke 
William Friefs 
Chas D. Green 
F. M'Carthy 
Robert Kelly 
John Moore 
Anth SuaiTo 
H. Fifchback 
Wm Walther 
A M'Kenzie 

F. Holmes 
Rich. Philbin 
David Gordon 
Geo. F. Gibfon 
Carew Reynell 
Arch.Campbell 
Ever. Baring 
C. F. Baring 
Iley Hughes 
Lewis Ritter 

G. Ramfay 
T. Reiner 

F. Trumback 
HenJDibblyM 
John WatfoH " 



E. F. Steitz 
John Blair 
J. Franchini 
A. C. Bowers 
H. C. Harte 
Fra. Beretze 
Cha. Appelius 
Eel Schultze 
Val. Riechard 

E. Deckner 
Val.Klinkerfus 
— Sawarflcy 
Chas. Raufch 
Bar. Eberftein 
Geo. Germain 
G.deRomance 

F. Duncker 

E. C. Kerfting 
J. F. Galbraith 
Xn. Correvont 
Hen. Muller 
Fred. Shriene 
J. Perry 

H. Hoffman 
Benj. Keyfer 
John Gregory 
A Webfter 
Jn Fitzgerald 
A. Skene 
Hen. Stracey 
M. A. Treffen 
W.Simpfon,^' 
Jas Von Kouig 
M.du Chatelet 
J. P. Pafsley 
J. Wilfon 
J. C. Antrobus 
Hen Muller 
Wm Linftow 
Bar. Eberftein 
D. C. Brown 
C. Campbell 
T. G. Schmidt 
W. Proctor 
R. Mitchell 

£ns:%ns, 

F. de Gilfe, adj 
C. Stiebz 

J. H. Adair 



G.Plenderleath 
W. Bidgood 
W. A. Orgell 
Baron Thiller 

ohn Carlo3 

Jeo.Meadley 
Geo. Ramfay 
". Pooler 

n Sprecher 
F.Strobeck, adj 
I R Durcy 
Wm Wynne 

- Lacho, adj 
Dan. Farie$ 
John Joyce 
fames Lewi3 
Cha. Lorentz 
V. Boeck 
L. Barbaz 
• de Bree 
A. Ellison 
Pv. B. Hiflop 
L. de Froger 
Wm Gregory 
W.Morgenthall 

[. T. Allinfon ' 
T. Pelt 
M. Hurft 
J. Fontaine 
R. Pafley 
G. Robinl'on 

John Tapp^OT 
Edw. Hanfler 
G. Gilbert 
R. T. Raynes 
G. Robertson 
JKemmetertf/w 
lof. Wilfon 
G. E. Stern 
AHennerhoser 

-- Bailie 
J. Faries, sur 
J. Adolphus 
John Carrol 
John Bennett 
M. E. Parker 
T. OVMcaly 
Gvten.SiCoxagt 



244 



LXI. 

1 Mi'ditsrran. 

2 Brit. Llands 
G. He wet t, Col 

Lieut. Cols. 
7as. Campbell 
J. S. Saunders 
Fred. Barlow 

Majors, 
John Coghlan 
Wm. Cox 
JamesDowning 
W. C. Royal 
Captains, 
F. FL Orpen 
Lukr Godfrey 
John Chetham 
John Oke 
M. T. Scott 
John Owen 
An. Hartley 
Norm. Douglas 
Wm Furnace 
Jatnes 1/aing 
" C. Kelly 

. Stubbs 
IT. Ellis 
P.B.P.Horton 
Wm M'Leod 
Henry James 
E. P. Sparrow 
W Greene 
John Horton 
Mar. Annefley 
A. Lang ton 
Lieuts, 
D. Goodfman 
Sam. Favell 
las. Mackrill 
John Burke 
John Flamilton 
D. M'Dougal 
E.Brackenbury 
Graves Collins 
H. Tench 
John White 
Geo. TvFLean 
R, Drew, adj 
J. Hemns 



M. Irving 
JL. Mor daunt 
Hugh Eccles 
Ed Charleton 
G. Stewart 
And. Chawner 
J as Given 
J. Chancellor 
J. Sarjeaunt 
An. Sanders 
S. Falkiner 
H. Daniel 
John Parker 
Jas Chapman 
A Porteous 
E. % A. Hay 
Jn Chipchafe 
G. L. Hodges 
Tames Bear 
Nor. Furnace 
Thos Gloster 

i'oha Collis 
'. O'Kearn-y 
S.T. Balden 

Bn signs, 
R Armstrong 
Robert Bolton 
Ralph Laeey 
J. Wolfe 
A. Cos 
John M'lver 
W. Brack ebury 
P. M. Irwin 
J. Ellis 
Edw Gaynor 

Greenup 

P. Entwifle 
John Waters 
W. Mofs, pm 
Ju Fortune, qm 
James Home 

Ennis, sur 

Chas. Tucker 
Grcen.SzCoxags 



LXII. 

1 M.diterrau. 

'2 Brit. Islands 

SirE,Coote,C»J 



Lieut. Cols, 
J. M. Kerr 

T. Hull 
Wm. Doyle 

Majors , 
G. Gauntlet 
D. Ximenes 
D. F. Blomart 
C. Afhworth 
Captains , 
T. Goodrldge 
Edw. Darlcy 
Rich. Roberts 
Eyre Smith 
Sam. Hodges 
Wm Hvdl 
Wm Riddel 
John St. Lcger 

Hanfard 
jumes Butler 
J. F. Oldham 
fohn Pollock 
P. E. Irving 
Skene Keith 
R. Edwards 
jas Sweeny 
C. W. Kerr 
W. C. Ball 
John Browne 
F. Dickinfon 
Hen. Katcr 
Lieuis, 
Wmjohnftone 
W Hodgkin- 

fon, adj. 
[. Humphreys 
J. F. Sweeney 
In Radford 
Robt. Martin 
jas Kay 
Wm. Jenkin 
Ed. C. Bolton 
Edw. Dawfon 
Rich. Wood 
Chas Nangle 
W. E. Peard 
Roger Sweeny 
John Mahon 
J. Salisbury . 



James Twigg 
HL.E.Gwynne! 
Rich. Ufher 
F, V. Hemert 
W. Beliingham 
Jno. Shearman 
S. H. Eaton 
Chris. Hyland 
T. Keith 

E. Parker, adj 
A. Thompfon 
James Butler 
HonjLDawfon 
J. O'Rcily 

A, Scott 
}no. Walter 
P. RIcketts 
G Wythe 
John O'Neill 
A Ste wart 

Ensigns, 
James FJennis 
Fred. Spiller 
C Robinfon 
S S Bctterifs 

Poole 
P. Mkchell 
W.FIodgkinson 
C.A. deRuvyne 
L FI deRuvyne 
J. Speer 
W. B. MiUer 
M. Moore 
C. johnltone 
And Reid 

Hinde 

H. Darky, /ct 

F. E. Leech 
J. Obrien, qm 
W. Loughlam 
Alex. Boyle, <sur 
Edw. Walfh 
Macdonald, agt 

LXIII. 

1 West Indies 

2 Brit. Islands 
E. of Balcarrcs 
R.Brer-tonZ/C 



.215 



David BofweH 
T. B. St George 

Majors, 
5. Fairtlough 
John Tutthel 
Helicr Touzell 
C H. Haftings 

Captains, 

R. Johns 
Phil, le Geyte 
■S.Sydney Cosby 
R. M'Leroth 
Jn Chapman 
John Wynne 
J. Frankland 
Arnot Love 
Alex. Daniel 
Chas Bayly 
Wm Bennet 

Ias Fairtlough 
. PL Peel 
Vm Boxall 
Rob. Menzies 
TB Lynch 
| Lindfay 
Wm Hail 
R. Armftrong 
Wm. Snape 
' ZTtents. 
Wm Smith 
Jas John ft on 
W. Smith, ad) 
T. R. Myers 
John Dyne 
Edw. Thorn e 
M. P.ichardfon 
R Majoribanks 
J. Edenfor 
Percy Baylee 
Edw. Lucas 
Geo. Savage 
John Boyd 
M. Berford 
G. F. Stafford 
Wm Cofby 
R. Brereton,^' 
Walter Ward 
Tas Rogers 
IV. Galkill 



W. Pennefather 
Jas Pickering 

F. Simonet 

D. Campbell 
— Cairncrofs 

E. WUfon 

R Richardfon 
And. Halfhide 
C. Cowflade 
R. Henville 

G. M'Connell 
Rich Grant 
S. Copping 
A. A. Wood 
C. Feare 
Cha Hilditch 
R. Mackay 

£nsigns, 
Rich. Jones 
Rich Church 
|. Simpson 
W.M'Causland 
J. Yeaman 
t. C Hughes 
Chr. Plunket 
E. W. Dillon 
Wm Dunn 
W. Wood 
V. Illingworth 
J. Wright 
R. R. Jones 

]. Fair, fm 

R-Edie 

G. Lynn, qm 

Jas Nugent 

G. Sullivan, sur 

Jas Wright 

Frafer, Reed, & 
Sons, & Car- 
flairs, Agents. 

IJCIV. 

Wast Indies, 
Colonel, 
H. Wynyard 

Lt. Col. 
Sir J .Wardlaw 



Major, 
J. Wardlaw 
John M'Donald 

Captains, 
Wm Taynton 
J. Buckworth 
Wm Beatty 
Baptift J.Barton 
Hen. Eishop 
John Jameson 
J. H. Pears 
A. Dickfon 
R Fermor 
W. H. Newton 

Lieutenants, 
Chas Bennett 
John Hughes 
W. H. Powell 
Rob. Douglas 
R. H. Kelly 
Chas O'Meara 
R.M<ChamM' 
J. A. Allen 
J. Rome 
J. Wilfon 

Hunter 

S. S. Parker 
J. Weir 
J. G. Hall 
Jas Bonneti 
E. Windfor 
J G Blake 
W. Gamble 
J. Harrifon 

Morfon 
A. Keogh 
John Jervis 
H. R. Daly 

£nsigns, 

J Marchmton 
H. Paterfon 
John Walfh 
fohn Knox 
Rob M'Leroth 
Fho Thomas 
M. Roberts 
Edw Ellis 



J. Colborne,/«?J 
§am.Moore,y/» 
J. Glafco, surg. \ 
Green. & Cox ,ag\ 



LXV. 

East Indies. 
E. Stevens, col. 

Lt. Cols. 
L Smith 
Alex. Keith 
Majors, 
J. B. Ganftin 
C. J. Milnes 
Captains, 
J. B. Htzfimon 
W. M. Dan fey 
Francis Symes 
Nath. Warren 
Edw. Watkins 
Wm Storey 
W. Manfell 
Dunlop Digby 
J. Keith 
T. Flutchings 

Li-euts, 
P. de Lifle 
W Hinde, adj. 
I. Clutterbuck 
Rich. Bates 
G. Tatterfall 
W. C. Harvey 
Mur. O'Bryen 
T.Scrangeways. 
C. Jtebnam 
Edw. Gordon 

of. Smith 

. Goodger 
Valiant 
Wm Young 
Thos Hutton 
Charles Lord 
PHart 
S. Bulkcley 
Dun. Stewart 
E. F. Pirch 
R. B. Eden 
Geo Frafer 
R. j . Maclean 



249 



Ensigns, 
5. Johalton 
Thou Dunn 
;Hen. Taylor 
Henry Stracev 
\S. R. Warren ' 
IT. Browne 
JH. Taylor 
Ifaac Hart 



H. Irwin, paym. 
Jn Ottey,y.«. 

C. B. Bell, sutg. 

■Greenwood & 

Cox, agents. 

LXV1. 

1 jEa^ Indies 

2 Brit.Istands 

O. Nicols, Co/. 

ZzV.>//. Co/f. 
John i/atton 
f h. Blakeney 
FCh. Wafe 

Majors, 
J. P, Murray 
Chas Lloyd 
Chas Nicol 
John Wardell 
Captains, 

Ed. Lafcelfcs 

Eta. Whitelield 
Dan. Dodgin 
Viic. if awarden 
Ed Carlyon 
~ohn Englifli 

ames Innes 

Vm Beard 
R. KjIIv 
JH.P.Blakeney 
JC Benning 
IChas Mills 
|H W Stephens 
G H Adams 
James Baird 
|am. Zobell 

tL. Goldie 
m F. Lambe 
. A. Gordon 



W. Dunbar 

Eieuts, 
Geo. Nicholls 
John Butcher 
Ed. Crauford 
C. White 
John Jordan 
Tlob. Ellis 
R. Duncan,^' 
W. Barltow 
S. Tutton 
H. Thompfon 
J. Crotty 
W. Brodie 
J. H. Ellis 
T. Pardy 
A Richards 
S C Morris 
S St George 
Thos Dunne 
j. T. Sullivan 
N. J. Smith 
Vaun. Briee 
P. Hicken 
i'. Harvey 



L'Eitrange 
Kenny 
A. Morris 

E. Shrewbridge 
Blake 

F. Macnamara 
Peter Dudgeon 
J. Chambers 

iofeph Seavour 
)en. Steele 
R. B. Dobbins 

Ensigns, 
J. S. Edwards 
WDavy 
Tho. Sowerby 
H. Edmonds 
J. Lyftcr 
J Lambrecht 
H. Morgan 
J. P. Rofe 
J. Clarke 
j. Mitchell 
Cha M'Carthy 
C. T. Fox 



John Codd 
F. Hand 
N. Whitney 

WFillingham/» 
J. Manley 
J M'Donald,yOT 
Wm King 
]acob Bath, snr 
MA.Barmeifter 
Green. &Cox,& 
Blaquiere, agts 

LXVII. 

1 East Indies. 

2 Brit. Islands 
Pet. Craie, Col 

Lieut. Cols. 
Adam Gordon 
W. A. Prevolt 
S. Huskisson 
Majors, 
A. C. Jack lb n 
Wm Kinloch 
H Sullivan 
HonE.Achefon 

Captains, 
C. Maxwell 
N. Benjarield 
Guft. Rochfort 
Geo. Cowell 
Martin Corrv 
Fred. P. Noble 
John Smith 
Chas Sankey 
David Scott 
Wm Owen 
Wm Percival 
To. Gelling 
Jas Caffidy 
M. T. Browne 
jn Butler 
ibrah. James 
Alex. Beck 
T. M'G rigor 
R. Wheatiey 
David Browne 

Li ruts. 

A. Morris 



Jasl 
Jo. A 

Wm 



Jn M'Namara 
Edw. Palmer 
R.Hirrifon/7r//' 
Aw Rutledge 
P. Herringe 
Henry Wife 
C. Campbell 
Thomfon 
Moir 
m Hoare 
Don.M'Calman 
Jas T. Hall 
I'. Moyle, adj 
R. Betteridge 
Rob. John ft on 

C. Muinwaring 
Douland 

Geo. Mathers 
Aliles North 
Don. Cameron 
Geo. Coote 
G, Eeab on 
Cieo. Rae 
John Wadams 

D. Macpberibn 
G. Mitchell 
P. Rutledge 
R. Cocfcerell 
Moore Scott 
Edw. Bray 

S. Smith 
R. Denny 
R. Dickfon 
R. S. Redman 

Ensigns, 
T. Stuart 
Jas Ronald 
Wm Rowan 
Jofcpli Ellis 
W. Fordyce 
J Stevens 
Da v. Hunter 
Wm Ronald 
R. C. Wogon 
Wm Hall 
R. Knox • 
K. C*lfidy 
H. Price 



247 



Un Butcher, />/.» 
\\Vra Beverly 
jTM«Phcribu,7« 
1M. Heneffy 

jJasLorimeiya/ 
vViri Andrews 

; Greenwood & 
COX, Agents, 

j LXVlTl. 
j (Light Infan.) 
Bid. I; lands. 
| Colonel., 

(Sir Tho.Trigge 
| £« &/, 
jjohn S. Farley 
1 Majors, 

JR. W. Johufon 
!R Th'oinfon 

Adol. HimiDcr 
kVI. M. So den 

las Winnett 
j las Summers 

G. Devon 

Wrn Gough 
jR. Hawthorne 
I j. P. Hawkins 
jjohn Reed 
'■ Liettft, 

[N. Glcdilanes 
•jW. 'North 

Win Meiiand 
[Wrn Ma.-Kay 

H. B. Irwin 
IT. U. M. Lc;± 

Xohi^Hoiiis 
jS. K weedy 

Rob. Melville 
[H. Arehdall 
j Win Brown 
|G. M Donald 
IvR Abbot 
'Tas Menzies 
j'W. Aihiey 

SholtQ Sortie 
jjas Trade 
|H. Ancierib r i 

GArchhoId 



Tas Burrell 

Wri Smyth 

■ Ensigns, 

James Nixon 
M. G. Tyrrey 
John Jenkins 
johnliinds, adj 
Fho Jackson 
Adam Todd 
II. Sfapykon 
J. Thompson 
F. Finacune 

J. Wood, pm 
[n Wilson, yw 
John Cok,W- 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 



LXIX. 

1 East Indies 

2 Brit. IsTtwds 
C. Cuyler, Col. 

Li Gels, 

Wm M'Lebii 

Thos Browne 

M. NIghtingall 

Majors^ 
P. Oon'ham 
Crift. Clarges 
j. R. Coaies 
James Stuart 

Capts, 
Price Kobbins 
G. Muttleoury 
HaelaDouefoe 
C. J. Barrow 
W. Sims 
Wm Barltow 
A. Maclachlan 
JL. Watfon 
Henry Lindfay 
A.Cunningham 
Patrick Rofs 
A.M'Lachlan 
Rich Vyvyan 
W. Neill 
W. Thomas 
J A Gibfon 



Geo Snowe 
W O'Carroll 
T. Magennis 
J. A. Rattray 

Li ads, 

James Bidet 
Robert Carey 
W. A. Hipkins 
T. P. Mitchell 
A. Harris 
M. Gunning 
George Lane 
John Elev 
W. N. Covell 
J. H. Holland^// 
j,M<Mahon<7<f/ 
L. Baby 
A. D.B,by 
Chas. Lowrie 
G, S. Cotter 
Euwd Mundell 
Geo. Yule 
Ifaac Downing 
K. Baker 
Francis Ancell 
Mat. Jeuner 
W. It. Weft 
Geo. Woods 
Gil. MPherfon 
C. E. Freeman 
H. Suflleld 
John Read 
Wrn Ilarrifon 
Wm Norton 
James Carrol 
John Leflie 
J. Kennedy 
John Graham 
G. Robertson 
J. Fouiitone 
Ensigns, 
T Nadould 
John Brown 
John Smith 
K. du Lenon 
E. Sprpuic 
R. Fianklyn 
j. G. James 

W. BuVl-;:Ugh3 



LXX. 

West Indies. 

Colonel, 
Earl of Suffolk 

Lt, Col 
And. R< f> 
Lewis Grant 

Majors, 
Henry Elliot 
Chrift. Myers 

Capts, 

H. B. Johnftai 

Benj.Lawrenc* 
T. Congreve 
FI. G.deCourcy 
And. Elliot 
R, Green 
Tas A:i ton 
ii Madden 
W. Ikruard 
A. Cameron 

LiiUTS, 

C Mart in, Adj. 
T. B. Edwards 
J. Bremner 
Bab. Nolan 
J. Tredennick 
Mai;. Ford 
Thos Reed 
Job Keli'all 
J. de la Flay j 
Theob. Hunt 



>. Harney 
)on. Mactay 
»Vm Poole 
I Gray 
[as. Maekay 
B. Hawkins 
3eo. Rofs 
i. Page 
John L an don 
Ed. Saunders 
G. Hazen 
Mat. Maxwell 

}n Potenger 
. M'Phail 

Ensigns j 

J O Creighton 
Alex Grant 
J. Sheppard 
Edw Yates 
F. Kearns 
Fran Edder 
J. R. Lewea 

WHutchifon^wz 
T.Hepwood^ 
Wm Daunt, sur 
Macdonald,a£f 

LXXI. 

(Highland.) 

1 Spain 

2 Brit. Islands 
"SirJ.F.Cradock 

Lieut. Cols-. 
D. Pack 
HonHCadogan 

Majors, 
Arch. Campbell 
N L Peacocke 
D. Mackenzie 
T. Reynell 

Captains, 
Hugh Falconer 
Chas Mannen 
Al. Forbes 
Arth. Tones 
Cha. Cother 
M. Mackenzie 
Leflie Walker 



Gab. Bruer 
G. Sutherland 
Tho. Le Breton 
Wm Reid 
R. Barclay 
G.Spottifwoo&e 
H. G. Hall 

C. M. Graham 
J. M' In tyre 
G. J. Rogers 
P. Adamfon 
John Murray 
Sam. Reid 

Lieuts, 

D. Campbell 
]. D. Pratt 
Wm Hartley 

E. L'Eftrange 
T. T. Pidgeon 
Lewis Grant 
A. J. M'Intyre 
Alex. Grant 
— Confell 
T. B. Nefs 
J. A. Roy 
Jas Stuart 
R. Dudgeon 
Hen. Clements 
W. Lockwood 
Wm Graham 
Alex. Duff 
Dom. Perffe 

Park 

D. Fletcher 
J Kennedy 
S. C Grey 
J. Barailler 
St G. Ryder 
W. M'Craw 

tPrendergaft 
.Fox 
L Richards 
T R Elwes 
M Drew 
Donald Rofs 
W. Houfton 

Ensigns, 
Wm Small, adj 
R. Baldwin 



H. Barnes 
W. Campbell 
W. C. H'anfon 
W. Mellifon 
R. Lind 
Cha Stewart 

D. Sinclair 
T. M'Kellar 
-ohn Roberts 
James Coates 
John Lyons 
Cha French 
John Lawiie 
±>avid Robb 
J. Frafer, adj 
Wm Long 
HM<Kenzie/>a* 

E. M. Evans, 
D. Barrow , qm 
John Rofs 
Tho Inglis, sur 
M. Balfour 
Armit £c Boro' 



Tho. Morgan 1 
Al.M'Dougall j 
T. M. Lacon i 
- P.utherford ] 



Henry Harris 
T, Tackfon 
Wm Davidfon 
K. R. Abbey 
Robert Owen 
J. H. Martin 
A. Chifhoim 
Henry Wilfon 
C. Gregorie 

Lhuis, 

Guft. Munro 
Whitford Bell 
Chas C. W^ebb 
Du. Carmichael 
Abr. Logan 
Edw. B. Collis 
John Grant 
E. Renwick,^" 
J a Barwick, adj 



& GreenwoodlD. M'Lean 



Cox, c<rents 



LXXIL 

(Hijrhl3nd. , | 

1 C.lf G.Hope 

2 Brit. Islands 
Colonel, 

James Stuart 

Lieut. Cols. 
R. Macfarlane 
H Monckt-n 
R.A.S^ymour 

Majors, 
Wm Nfcholfon 
H G Rooper 
R. Campbell 
EarlWaldgrave 

Capts, 
Geo. Raitt 
W. Lawrence 
Ch. Robertfon 
W. B. Nicolls 
Benj. Graves 
T. C. Martellic 
John Black 

549 



A. M'Gashan 
Wm Grant 
Wm Kennedy 
Wm Gunn 
j. M. Cameron 
P. Sutherland 
Alex. Logic 
R Henderfon 
John Sharp 
John Weir 
Tho Liddell 
Dug. Cameron 
Wm Graham 
O. Stuart 
Don M'Lean 

Ensigns, 
H. M'Donrell 
— Thompfon 
An. Chisholm 
W Steele 
C M. M'Lean 
W. Henderlbn 
M. Campbell 
J. H. Atkinfon 
W Mackenzie 



P. M'Dougall 
G.Frafer 
P". E. Cawne 
M. R Scott 
H.W. Maxwell 
— Braidwood 
J. Burn 

D. UrquhartAw 
Jus Campbell 
Tho Pace, qm 
Wrn Benton 
John Plume, j»r 
J. Pooler 
Armit & Boro' 
<x Greenwood 
&. Cox, avents 



LXXIII. 

(Highland.) 
Brit. Islands 

C. Harris, Co!. 
Lieut. Cols. 

L. M'Quarrie 

W. G. Harris 
Ma tors, 

M. O'Connell 

And. Gejls 

Captains, 

G A Gordon 

J. Scott 
A. Morris 
Arch. Maclean 
T.S.Cieavelan4 

Hugh Cameron 
R. Maxwell 
J. Murray- 
Alex. Gray 
John' Ritchie 

Lis.ts, 
Henry An till 
W. Kenny 
J,. Owen 
II Glenholm^' 
Rcb. Durie 
An. Hubback 
John Pike 
T. Wright 
T. Crane 
T Skuttowe 



AM'Naughtan 
John Ovens' 
M Dumay 

Ensigns, 

Francis'Eager 
David Rose 
R. Leyne 
W. Raymond 
A M'Creery 
R* Lundin 



J. Birch, paytz. 
C Mlntoih qm 
P. Mein, surg. 
John Carter 
Greenwood 5c 
Cox, agents 

LXX1V. 

(Highland.) 

f Ass aye J 

Brit. Islands 

Colonel, 

Sir John Stuart 

Lieut. Cols. 
Alex. Campbell 
M, M'Pherfon 
Majors, 

E, Broughion 
Ruffe! Manner; 

Captains, 
AW.Campbell 
|G. Langlands 
John A Mein 
Mat. Shaw 
Baffet Collins 
Wm Moore 
Jas Millar 
A. Tnomfon 
R. Haffard 

F. Langley 

Lieut's. 
Don. M' Queen 
Wm Cargill 
j. M'Xennedy 
Robt Maxwell 
Wm Whitting 
David Stewart 



St Geo. Lyfter 
R F.Wingate 
j T Bofweil 
Wm Tew 
R. Robertfon 
E. J. Crabb 
Lit signs, 
Alex. George 
G.CressweiLV/ 
A. H. Pattiso ' 
D. Jtwing 
Wm. Brown 
Alex. Grant 
Alex. Scott 
J. Alves 
V. Collins 
Ar. Douglass 
Cha King 
J. Babington 
[ Comer for d/w/ 
Don. Frafer,<pz 
M.Gallaher stir 
McDonald, apt 



LXXV. 

(Highland.) 

(India.) 
Brit. Islands 
Colonel, 
Sir Robt Aber- 
cromby 
Lieut. Cols. 
G. V. Hart 
S. Swinton 
Majors, 
Cciin M'Rae 
amps Guthrie 
Captains. 

A. Stewart 

on. Ercwn 
Stephen Gilman 
John Turner 

V. Maclachlan 
Cha Durand 
W. Campbell 
T. Grant 
J Maclean 
T Amory 
PI Stewart 



Lieut s, 
Wm Taylor 
R.H.S.Malonc 
Robt Syme 
Thos. Atkins 
John Fitchett 
John William si 
Edward Tully 
Geo. Grey 
J. C. Dumas 
D. Maclachlan I 
J TRichardfon! 
Jos. Malone 
J Richardfon 
J. Brutton 
J. L. Young 
Alex. M'Lean 
Dug.Campbell 
J M'Rea 
J. B.Bar, ie 
N.M'Dougall 
Geo Wrarrie 
Ensigns, 

Arch. Frafer 
H M'Lean 
Geo. Dick 
J. Middleton 
D. M'Pherlbn 
W. Rule, adj \ 
W. M. 1 ay lor 

M. Murray ,yw 
HTiddeman^w 
Geo. Freyer, s/.-r 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 



LXXVL 

( Hindostan.) 

Brit. Islands 

Colonel, 

SirT.Mufgrave 
Lieut. Cols. 

Michael Symes 

Majors, 

John Covell 
A. Fraier 

Captains y 
A. M'Donald 



250 






LXXVII. lJohn 

Brit. Islands 

Colonel, 

Earl of Cavan 

Lieut. Cols. 

B. Whitlocke 

Geo Maddifon 

Majors, 

f y T m Fred. Spry 

WOMacgregor 

Cetbtdins, 
J. Campbell 
CM'Intofh 
John P.udd 
J. Jobnfon 
M H Maclaine 
A Brown 
E V Eyre 
] Paterfon 
Geo. Weftcott 
John H.riott 
G. W. Bowes 

Lierts, 
Hen. Fletcher 
Chas Kflfhaw 
P. M'Lachlan 
John Gray 
R. Mackenzie 
Pat. Baird, cdj 
Tubal Lewis 
John Aveiing 
D M'Lachlan 
G M'Ncil 
G H Stack 
Robt Place 
H Gould 
J. V. George 
J. H. Maddock Q" Jeffery 
R. S. Cleery Leo Smelt 
B. Booth, adj |Rob Wallace 
J. Faincombe G. Bradfhaw 
I Ensigns, 
Wm Green 
WCrofgrave pm Edw Jones 
R. Hopkins,^;// [A. Brown 
L D'Arcy, svr |W. T. Keep 
greenwood & jla Camercu 
Cox, agents ! John Abbott 



James Carr 
J. Skerrett 
T. Young 
John Rankin 
Tho. Villett 
John Gaff 
H. Powell 
J. Pur chas 
Robt Cotes 
Lteuts, 
Don. M'Leod 
W. Barapton 
R. Hambletcn 
And. Torre ns 
J. Frafer 
Hen. Munro 
C. Hatchell 
R ft laypowder 
Tim. Dillon 
Neil Mackay 
F.dw. Bayley 
I Templeton 
V Geo. Hatch 
E Wakefield 
Geo. OgiMe 
Ballevant 

Skelton 
, Hetherington 
F Auttin 
■John C!ar% 
P Goukman 
Jas. Vaughan 

Ensign* 

E Stevenfon 
F Dufreney 
John Gould 
C Brouehton 



taig, pi 



Wm Jones, qm 

Wm Grieve ^ur 

Greenwood £t 

Cox, Agents. 

L XXVIII. 

(Highland.) 

Marda&tAssizyc 

2 Brit. Island, 

1 Brit. Isles 

Colonel, 

A. M. Frafer 
Lieut. Cols. 
J. Fu Mackenzie 
Alex. Adams 
Here. Scott 
J. M'Leod 

Majors 
Jas M'Donnell 
W. Campbell 
Jas Frafer 
R. Hamilton 

Captains. 

C, M'Kenzie 
A, Mathiefon 
j. A. Dick 
Mar. Lindfay 
Dav. Forbes 
Don. Cameron 

D. MTherfon 
Jas. M'Vean 
F. W. M'Lean 
D. M'Gregor 
J. Kinloch 
Geo. Mackie 
C C. Mackay 
Sir O. Gordon 
Don. M'Kenzie 
C. G. Falconar 
J. Larkin 
Don. M'Leod 
!os Bethune 
'}. i'hornton 

Lieut s. 
T. Cameron 
J. M e Kenzie 
Hen. Coane 
Jas Crcighton 



Pat. Strachan \ 

Jas MTi.crion 
J Mathielbn \ 
MakJvbGregor ] 
Jas MaekaV \ 
Robt Nicolfon < 
Chas Grrmt \ 
Wm Mathifcti I 
Wm Cameron ' 
H N. Douglas [ 
To Li; Munro 
Nor. M'Leod 
Rod. M'Quecn ; 
Neil Campbell i 
Alex. Gallie | 
Pbin. Ryrie 
D. Stewart 
Tohn Simplbn ] 
L. Grant 
WmHamilton \ 
Alex. Frafer 
Jof. Gregory I 
Alex. Cameron \ 
F. M'Rae 
Col. M'Kenzie ] 
A. Cameron 
Cha.Robertfon 
Alex Morifon 

Ensigns, 
Jcha Mdver 
Jofb Anderibn 
Jof. M'Kenzie 
P. Grant 
AI. Campbell 
K Murchifon 
Wm Rofs 
\V. J. English 
W. Gordon 
A. Brodie 
A. Sutherland 
P.Farquharsor. 
JohnCooper,^ 
f. Penny o flke 
'] M' i )ougal 
James Stewart 
H. O'Brian 
jukn Chifholm 
ABanenriah,^ 
Jas Fergufon 



J. J>anock,,yw 
Alex Waters 
J. M'Andie,sur 
N. Carrie 
Donaldfon, agt. 

LXXIX; 

(Cameronian.) 

1 Spain 

2 Biii.Llands 

ColoruL 
Alan Cameron 

JL'trut. Cols. 

Pii- Cameron 
Robt Fulton 

Majors, 

W. M. Harvey 
W Sullivan 
A. Petrie 
H. J. Riddelr 

Captain 

Sam. M'Dowal 
Don. Cameron 
Alex. Cameron 
And. Brown 
Don. M'Neil 
And. Lawrie 
Neil Douglas 
Dun. Cameron 
D. Campbell 
Wm Imlack 
Thos Mylne 
T. L. Metcalfe 
Peter Innes 
Jus Campbell 
; N. Campbell 
J N. Cameron 
f Ewen Cameron 
} H. M'Gregor 
j W. C. Cookfey 
] A. Cameron 
1 W. Bruce 
Eieuts, 
Tohn Cameron 
-Wm MerfhaU 
M, Frafer 
S. Davidfon/z./; 
j. M Chriflie 
P.M'Cramrairi 



Jaa C alder 
J. C. Cameron 
John Sinclair 
Alex.Cameron 
Ja-AVilliamfon 
E. Cameron 
Alex. M'Lean 
A. Macintyre 
J. M'Niel, adj 
John M'Ra-.v 
W. Cameron 
J. Cameron 
Ken. Cameron 
J. Cameron 
Ar. Frafer 
Wm M'Barnett 
H.Grant 
J. Cameron 
1). Cameron 
E. Cameron 
P. Purves 
J. Cameron 
Cha. Macbean 
D; M-Donald 
5. Maclean 
A. Mac don aid 
Wm Maddock 
John Rufe 
P.Carmiehael 

Ensigns, 
W. Lcaper 

Frai'er 
Rob. Mackay 



J W Morrifon 
Jn. Campbell 
D. M'Pherson 
Johu Webb 
S. Robinfon 
Dun. M'intyre 
Tho. Brown 
Alex. Orr 



Bal dock, £7/2 
Wm Moffat 

J. M l Arthur,^, 

Macintyre 
W. Miller, sur 

R Hume 
M>Lawrie,<7?-f 



LXXX. 

East Indies. 
Colonel, 

Hon E. Paget 

L'eut. Cols. 
W. Wallace 
Benj. Forbes 

Majors, 
John White 
J. A. Sturt 
Capteins, 
o-hn Edwards 
as Cookfon 
. Dalrympie 
ohn St George 
Solomon Wallh 
D. Kmgdoni 
R. Dafhwood 
E E Kenny 
Hen. Phelps 
J. T: DArcey 
S. A Wheeler 

L'euls, 

M. R. Freeman 
H. J. Grove 
A. Adamfbn 
And. Kelly 
P. R. Stephney 
James Width 
G. Lafcelles 
C. P. Harnefs 
r. Mofs adj. 
WmMuigrave 
Paul Seclunc 

Grove 
Hen. Stoddart 
Tho. Bailie 
R J Cafteil 
C.Dick 
A. French 
J. Bowler 
N. Baker 
A. Lumfden 
<W. 1 rant 
A Cadenflri 
Ensigns, 
Chas Forreft 
Geo Barrs 

IChas Curtis " 
_- -_. 



Jofeph Coles 
TLColt 
R T Marston 
Ed. Lee 
P. Maclaine 
F. Browne 
Henry Nott 



T.J.Gataker,/ 

T.Middleton,^ 1 

RBurford,jwr l1 

Wiltfon, agent • 



$ 



LXXXI. 
(Malda.) 

1 Mcditerran. 

2 Brit. Islands 
HJohnfon, Col 

Eieut. Cols. 
ifamilton 
me& Kempt 
M'Kenzie 

Majors, 
Wm William* 
H. Milling 
J as Farrel 
Cha Crigan 

Captains, 
E.D;Maurice 
R. Andrews 
P. Waterhoufe 
Ro&t C. Lang 
PL .Sutherland 
James Filher 
A. Fordyce 
C. Colclough 
G. P. Johnson 
A G. "Downing: 
G Symonds 
J. Stevenfon 
Rob. Digby 
N. Brown 
J. M.Wardrop 
E. K. Williams 
Fran. James 
C. G.DAguilar 
Henry Bowles 
R. Cole 



Li-utnar.ts^ 
. Lutman,^<// 
L Pilkington - 
X Wright 
ito. Adams 
L Duval 
. Ginger, adj 
Wm Smith 
Thos. Ball 
W. Bygrave 
^has Peering 
Rob. Hipkins 
[as St. Clair 
John Peach 
Henry Hearne 
Fho. Colard 
Llob. Hunt 
E. Kingsbury 

A. Macalyine 
TR-Duhdafs 
% C. Duudas 
Jas Hendurfon 
W. Fenton 
Sam. Corbet 

J G. Hort 
T Thomfon 
G Pearfon 
Sam. Jenkins 
Edward Smith 

B. Clarke 
A. Rcid 

L. Macartney 

D. Fain 
B.V. Derenzy 
K Moncgnn jt)- 
A. S. Taylor 

E. Urewfhen 
Tin'. Silfon 
G. Jackibn 

J. L. Fen wick 

Lnsi?»s, 
T L Fenwick 
'1' H Hanmer 

Marfton 

Edw Lee 
H Biggam 

— Griffin 

— Manning 
Wm Hvde 



R Croft on 
T. L. ^arjeant 
!Rob. Pape 
F. C. Wheat 

| Hinde 

|C. Campbell 
•A. Gordon 
!G. Smyth 
R. Aloitvn 
;S. Steel 



B. Muirfon 
Arn. Tho 



in,/v 
mfoi 



Ant. Lifter 
Thos M'Neil 
G. Marshall 

Licuts, 
Thos. Couche 
H. Rainey 
Chas Huxley 
Jas Stewart 
G W French 
R. Barton 
Wm "-'lerne 
John Mackay 



j — Harding.^ j Tohn Boyd 
•Peter Baker' Rich; Le Royd 
!j. Jones, sur \ J. R. P.ains 
JP. Schoole jR. Read 

JGreenw.&Cox.jChas Pratt 
&Atkinfons,;:^|Geo. Wood 
• — Crofton 

LXXXIE I— Buchanan 
(Pr. Wales' vol.) G Lampfex- 



• P. Grant 
B. Walfted 
H. S. Donellan 
T. Tollcmache 
T. Lambert 
R. H. Reardon 
M. Ottlev, fm 
F. H. Lonldale 
M. Walker, qm 
R Walker 
W. Frafer, sur 
R. Winning 
Laurie, Fiwfer, 
Recd<^Sons.^jj 



1 J?L,rtiigal. 

2 N. America. 
H. Pigot, Col. 

Lieut. Cols- 

Sir Geo. Smith 
Wm Grant 

Majors , 
John Rainey 
Henry King 
W. H. Lifter 

Ciptains, 
C. Ed. Conyers 
Henry Bertles 
C. Colclough 
W. Fitzgerald 
Rich. 'Fribe 
Colin Stewart 
L. Northern 
J. R. Ford 
Robt Carew 
T. Walmefley 
H. A. Prod or 
Henry Pynne 
Brook Firman 
J. Carrol 
W. Vincent 
G. Burroes 
J R Fofter 



G. V. Derenz) 
H. Pigott 
Pat Fully 
C. Fitzgerald 
L Lathy 
C. O. Field 
,£ S Marlay 
C. Mortimer 
H. Clarke 
E. Davenport 



LXXXIIL ] 

1 C. of G. Hope j 

2 Brit. Islands. 
Jas Balfour, Co!, 

Lieut. Cols. 
Jofeph Baird 
jAIex. Gordon 

Majors, 
Rich. Collins 
j J. Brunt 
(John Napper 
H W Cart 

Captains, 
:R. Scott 



!jn Blaquiere 
'}arnes Hail 
D. Thorapiou Abra. Brunt 
Walter Scarkey jj. Sullivan 
Arch Hooks AlanCameron 



John Brow 
K. Cuthbei 



wm 

Cuthbert 
Phin. Davits 
J. Begbie 

Ensigns y 
S BencraYt 
Rob Curtis 
J. Ryan 
R. Agnew 



T.SnmmeffieJxJ 

Wm Harris 
tHen. Collin? 
IF. M. Creagh 
iWm Stock 
JG. Manl'ergh 

WGeddes 
IJas Reynolds 
I Sam Heat 



SFfoldi worth ad~F. Straubenzie 
|ohn Friend : Charles Laird 
£. Frafer JRob Frafer 

J.M.Wright G. L. Dyer 
W. Baldock G. Noleaam 
J. Hewfon 



2£3 



Lieutenants , 
Thomas Smith 

A. Campbell 
H Holbrooke 

D. E. Donovan 
Jof. Venables 
Don. Campbell 
W. J. Harmer 
Ed. Gapper 
R. Payne 

E. C. Emmett 
Geo. Buchan 
W M'Pherfon 
— • Dorrtl, aJj 
Dan. Wiley 
G. P. Hincks 
J as Hardman 
W. Townfcnd 
Alex. M'Bean 

B. Trydell 
Rod. Richards 
Jn Nicholfon. 
j. Shaw 
W. Philips 
Jas Crutwell 
Gilbert Elliot 
T F Smith 
Geo. Fry 
J Terry 
Jas P.qbinfon 
G. Mee 

C. J. Baldwin 
J. Rivington 
Kras. Abali. 
W. Cotter 
H. Brahan 
Jas Ormsby 
Fran. Flood 
N. Colhurft 
R. Holmes 
W. Dahmaa 
T. Elliot 
I. Ramfay 
|. Kingfton 
J. jackibn 
W Holland 
Hen. Vereker 

Ensigns, 

J Montgomery 1 



Wm Smith 
John Wood 
C. L'Eltrange 
F. Johnfon 
W. Cummins 

— Ferris 
H. Richardfon 
C. Watt'on 

— Baggie 
F. Irwin 
John Emflie 
Cha. Bowles 

— Tavlor 
C. O'Niel 

— Rafter 
J. Trelil:an 
J. Evans 
M. Carey 
f, Heatiey 
T. Boukon,/ww 
Henry Crofs 
Wm Slater, qm 
Thos Wright 
Chas Waite,jar 
J. A. Bruff 
Greenwood & 

Cox, agents. 



LXXXIV. 

1 On pass, borne 

2 Hull. 

G.Bernard, Col. 

Lieut. Cols. 
Sir Wm Clarke 
Wm Eden 
H.E. Dickenfon 

Majcrs, 
A. Campbell 
Ji. Vincent 
H. Daubigny 
John J.ocke 

Captains, 
Rich- Horton 
R. Cockburne 
AMaclaughlan 
Tohn Stirling 
N. Cockburn 
C. Schuyler 
]ohn Carter 



Daniel M'Niel 
Rich. Dale 
Wm Patrickfon 

B. W Ferrebee 
Mat. Bums 
Jas Jenkin 

A. Bernard 

D. Urquhart 

A. Bernard 
W. Johnfon 
fames Lane 
W. Pigott 
J, Tonfon 

J ifuts. 

E. Nichols, adj. 
John Johnfon 
Geo. M'Donald 
Geo Dvfon 
Hen. Hayes 
Chas. Walker 
Edw. Lane 

W. P. French 
S. Prenderguft 

Cook 
George Hewett 
E W Martin 
S. Andrews 
J S Jones 
John Dale 
" Stolkart 
}ohn Winrow 
S. B. Beamifh 

W Bernard 
N. Raven 
W. Bindon 
R. McCarthy 

C. Bowsar 
J. Cooper 

C. B. Munden 

F. St Clare 

F Mawdfiey 
f . Arthur 
F. Bernard 
R. Cruice 
S. S.Rowe 
J. Legget 
S. T. Basden 
H. Stat ham 

B. Beamish 



W. Fane 
Hen.' Runds 
J. Pench 
A. Barnard 
J. Gaubert 
J. Triphook 
Ensigns, 
W. Thome 
W. Pearfe 
Edw. Croker 
]ohn Frafer 
C. Campbell 
R. B. Warren 
V. Grirnftead 
C. Weiiley 
C. Pullman,*™ 
James Kay 
J of. Holme* i 
T. Fucker 
C. Kerr 
J Weitwater 
C ONiel 
T. Kingfton 
Batterfby 
H. Clark, pm. 
T. Griffin 
N. Newbv, qm 
W. Jeffree 
JWiliiamfon su 
P. Graham 
Donaldfon^cv 

LXXXV. 

T.S. Stanwix,« 

Lieut. Cols. 
HonH ABennc 
H. Cuyler 

Majors, 
Geo. Hill 
E. M'lntofh 

Captains, 

G. Wilkins 
Nich. A. Meir 
— Meredith 
[as Campbell 
Thos Hoggins 
Geo.W.Whytc 
H. Worfky 
J. Naifh 



25i 



is N. Soden 

shn Gibbes 

Lieuts. 

nni. Nixon 
; Watfon 

'.. Stannard 
am. Holmes 
. Hylton 
.ob. Gordon 

. Appellius 

dw. Powell 
. Hobfon 
, Mackenzie 
reo. Hogg 
. W hitaker 

Brock 
l Brown, adj. 

Bufteed 
7. Wharton 
I. W. Roberts 
. Atkinfon. 

Spooner 
yre French 
I. Morton 
Ensigns, 
ames Gell 
aines Grant 
V, Shell an 

M. Goodere 
. James 

Govyilum 

Methold 
. Manby,£j».. 

Marlhall, am 
.Adolphus,"j-«; 
rreen wood and 

Cox, Agents. 

LXXXVI. 

East Indies 
IrCha.Rofs,C«/ 

Lieut, Cols, 
iaitingsFrafcr 

£. Drummond 

Majors, 
*. Carey 
tf.T.Edwards 

Captains, 



tohn Grant 
. A Burke 
V. Williams 
R.M. Shearman 
W. Baird 
R. Travers 
D. Marfton 
T. Lamphier 

D. Morrice 

E. Carter 

Lie ut Sy 

Neil M'Laurin 
Mich. Creagh 
W. Richardion 
Rob.Nicholfon 
A. M'Lean 
H. Jacob 

Dean 

A. Blackall 
J. Webb 
Col. M'Lauren 
J. M'Quarrie 
A. M'Lean 
William Home 
Mar. Hillhoufe 
J. Stuart 
Alex. Wilfon 

Ensigns, 
— Campbell 
P. E. Strettefl 

M Wilkins 
Geo Cox 
K. Mackentofli 
H. Cope,pm 
G. Smith, q;n 
W Bcller, snrg. 
Greenwood & 
Cox, Agents. 



LXXXVII. 
Pr. Wales's Irifh 

1 East Indies. 

2 Brit. Islam's 
Sir J. Doyle, Col 

Lieut. Col. 
SirEd.G.Butler 
C.W.Doyle 



Majors, 
Thos Bradford 
F. M. Miller 
Hugh Gough 
Alex. Rofe 

Captains, 
J.Evans 
J. M. Doyle 
J. F. Defbarres 
Henry Blake 
A. Cameron 
J. M. Spetice 
Hen. Hooker 
H. Browne 
H. Stretfield 
H. J. Tench 
Wm Wylde 
Wm King 
R M'Crea 
Chas Doyle 
Rob Mackay 
A Campbell 
Cha C Coftiey 
H. F. Mellifli 
A. Somerfall 
T. Jones 
Henry Bright 

F. Vandeleur 

Lieuts, 
C L Bell 
Rodney Bell 
J. : Brian 
Mai. Fallon 
E. H. Hill 
E. Fitzgerald 
Wm Crowe 
H. T. Budd 
Rich. Warren 
R. Love 
J. Stewart 
C. Bagot 
J. Fenton 
Joi'.Turner, adj 
W.Hutchinl'on 
Charles Cox 
W r S Gully 

G. Green 
Chas. Moor 
Step. Maincy 



F. O'Donnell 
G_ H. Murphy 
H. Watfon 

J. Coghlan 
P. Higginion 

— Holmes 

— Haddiek 
WG Cavenagh 
R '1' Kingston 
R Johnlbn 
John Slade 

R. Carey 
B. Pym 
M. Carrol 

G. Beere 
Jof. Barry 

T D Bagonal 
John Maher 
J G Fennel 
J C Barton 
J Carrol 
J, Weatherly 
N. Clifford 
M. Thornton 
P B Husband 
H. De Waal 
W Dunlevie 
WMountgarret 
J a. Thomibn 
Ensigns, 
A Rogers 
A Napper 
Tho. Gales 
T. Dowling 

— Geate 

— White 

J. Brackenbury 

— Grier, adj 
J. Kelly 
John Caulrield 
T. Butler 

N. La Serre 
D. Barry 
John Day 
J. Pepper 
Wm Knox 
J. T. Moore 
vV.Wetheralh>w 
J. Sherlock 



255 



Rob. Paul, qm 
- — 'r- Gready 
H. Mackay, sur 
Sam Tilt 
Greenw. &Cox, 
ScAtkinfons.: 



LXXXVIII. I 

l^ Br !t Islands \ 

Colonel, 
W.C,Beresford 

Lieut Cils. 
Alex. Duff 
Alex. Wallace 

Majors, 
R. Vandeleur 
John Silver 
D. Colauhoun 
R,B.M'Pherfon 

Captains, 
R.B. MGregor 
C. Calkndar 
John Dunn 
Andw. Blake 
IV. P. Carroll 
W. C. Seton 
Jof.Thomi'on 
R. R. Browne 
Barn'. Murphy 
Chas. Pefhaii 
las P. Oates 
W. M'Dougal 
Wm Hogan 
Chas Tryon 
John GrofTer 
C. T. Irwine 
G. Van Brown 
Peter Lindfay 
H. Buller 
W. W. Adair 

Lieut*. 
R. Nickle 
j. Graydon 
H. M'Dermot 
iris, Stewart 
J. Whittle 
J. M'Donald 
RnbCbriitieW; 



D:Robe.rtfon^ 
George Bury 
J. B. Lewis 
R. Bun worth 
WmFlack 
6Wm Mackje 
G. RDanfev 



Ja. Flood 
J. Fitzpatrick 
N. Gregg 
W. B. Johnfon 
J* Bordvwine 
Jof. Smith 
i1hqg North 
J D Plop wood 
Alex. Graham 
John Grant 
Jn Armstrong 
J. Stewart 
Rich. Janus 
C T M'Carthy 
Wm Nickle 
J. Marsh 
T.Walker 
L Davern 
David Weir 
R. Mansiidd 
P. Cockburn 

— Boyes 

Ens'vns, 

L. Hepenltal 
Edw. Cottom 
Hercules Ellis 
Sam. Macalpine 
G. johnfon 

— Hodder 
Barth Mahon 
W. Whitelaw 
J. Hafilird 
P. Peg us 
R. Flackett 
G.F. Faris 
T. J. Lloyd 
J. Power 
C. Hilliard 
John Graham 
M. O'Cormar 
T. Leonard 
W. Rutherford 



S. Fairfield 
P. Kingfmill 
W. Kuigimill 
M. Mahon 
D. Campbell^.?? 
T. Rogers 
David Reid am 
M.Collins 
N. Bruce, sur 
And. White 
A.M'Donald,& 

Fraier, Reid & 

Sons, ants 



LXXXiX. 

1 East Indies 

2 Brit. Islands 

Colonel, 
Albe. Bertie 

Lt Col. 
Lord Blaney 
C. B. Egerton 

Alaiors, 

Wm Hilliard 
Don. M'Bean 
JoiVMorrifon 
Hen. Torreras 

Capts. 
Rich. Butler 
Sam. Hall 
H Magrath 
Rich, 'French 
Alex. Leith 
Tas M'Dowall 
Lauren. Oakes 
L. Nunn 
J. St. Leger 
Rt O. Helden 
Jas Boyd 
hs L. Bufden 
W.L.Fortefque 
H. Annetiey 
1'. Browne 
Henry Gore 
Fran Maule 
G. F. Ord 
Wm Jervoife 
John James 



LieW.s, 

R. C. Rofe 
Thos. Raml'ey 
A. Dunfcomb 
J, M'Crochan I 
Sam. Wilfon 
J. M.Shand.<*$ 
fhos Daniel 
H. Selway, cun 
Ed. Laurenfon 
Cha. Croker 
Veiian Peck 
Chas. Coates 
Abn Low 
FV. Savage 
P. Le Mefurier 
Riih. French 
j. Cunningham 
Plomer Young 
Wm Hilliard 
John Maguire 

F. Sheehy 

J. Armitrong 
J. Gilchrift 
H. R. Selway 
J. D. Croker 

G. Jones 

R. oanderfon 
John A. Bell 
Walter Pearfe 
C. Redmond 
William Gibbs 
W. A. Steel 
O. Brum 
Hugh Bowen 

C. Cannon 
A. Dalgety 

tiiitiiwsy 
Rich. Wall 
— Daniel 
J. Thomfon 

Malone 

Blagrave 

John James 
Fhos.Podmore 
Wm Bell 
W. Watt 

D. Chambers 
B! iUmcornbe 



25(i 



'. RlCkettS 

. Crawfurd 
). Browne 
."ho Taylor 
:. C Wacts 
A. Powell 
L Gordon 
. White, p. m. 
| P. Roddy 
PL Tokr, q. m. 

Sheridan 
HL Reed, Surg. 
I.Rice 
greenwood & 

Cox, agent. 



xc. 

1 Wat Indies 

2 Brit. Islands 
i'.Grahatn, Col. 

Lt CcL 
G. Moncrieffe 
Row. Hiil 
John M'Nair 
R. Smith 

Majors, 
Hon. M.Napier 
George Burrel 
Thos Wright 
Tho Steel 

Captains, 
Fran. Feddens 
ChsM'Gregor 
Edw. Currie 
Benj. Preedy 
Wm Holland 
And. Wood 
D. A, Gilland 
Thos Ware 
Arthur Bo wen 
AlbertD' Alton 
Manky Dixon 
W. H. Wilby 
C. Gardiner 

F. Livingilon 

G. Wiliiamfon 
Jas Ferguiron 
C C Dixon 

C. SilvertoD 



J. Gauntictt 
J. Die kins 

Li cuts, 
John Birch, adj. 
R. O'Doherty 
Wm james 
Allan Maclean jD. Campbell 



Beak 

Pat Lynch 

E. Bevan 

D. M'Dougall 

jE Robinson 
W. Gibfon 



Wm Reid 
F. Barailier 
Alex. Stuart 
s. Frafer 



i.M. Williams 



i 

D. O'Keefe 
J. Dougan 
Robt. Conry 
Fras Maibn 
T W Speed 
Wm Wood 
J. L. Cox 

ias. Barrow 
'. Barailier 
J. Crawford/?^' 
Jerem. Marsh 
D. Maclean 
S. Fairtlough 
Andrew Neill 
W. Seveeny 
John Bisset 
G D Cranfield 
Jn Fleming 
John Bisset 
Thos IVhite 
C. Dowfon 
W H Gibbons 
VV H Pick 
Jas Johnson 
Tho Nicholl 
H Y Edgar 
J. Grant 
A. Saunders 

Ens'gflS, 

— Hinds 



|S. Hovenden 
John Hawkes 
E. S. Davis 
|H. AMfon,/fo» 



Cha. Jones 

Dixon,qm 

H. Graham 

RobStrattomw 

T. Jones 

Armit ScBoro', 
Si. Greenwood 
5C Cox, agents 

XCl. 

(Arjrylllhire) 

\6C£Brit.Islands 

Colonel, 

D. Campbell 

Lt Col. 
]. C. Crauford 
ja Robinfon 
Majors, 

E. Glegg 
Wm Douelas 
B W Ottley 
A Warburton 

Caits, 
D. M'Neal 
Rob. M'Nab 
D. McDonnell 
David Hay 
Don. Gregorfon 
ohn Blaney 
. Sutherland 
*. Walfh 



Alex. Campbell |Rob. Lawrle 
Gilbert Courey JDun. Stewart 



Alex. Stewart 
W Pv Webster 
C Le Hunt 
R. Allifon 
Vv r . Taing 



I Fhos. H Blair 
H. Brady 
Robt. Marihall 
Wm. Stewart 
Tames Maclean 



LU A Somciici 
D. Maclareri 
Roger Finch 
A. Campbell 
Jas Campbell 

Lieut s, 
A Campbell 
Ar. Campbell 
Dug. Campbell 
RM c DonaluV# 
Ar. Campbell 
Ro. Anderiba 
A Macfarlane 
D. CampbeilidV 
J. C. Young 
Arch. M'Ncil 
W. Garland 
R. G. Lavers 
Col.M'Dougalll 
D. Macintvre 
W. M'Mahon 
S. Lucas 
Dav. Bowman 
Dun. Camp bell 
J. Murdoch 
John Campbell 
John Campbell 
W. Anderion 
An.Macdonald 
W. Sayer 
J. Ruflell 
Alex.Campbell 
Rob. Stewart 
A Maclachlan 
A. M'Lean 
R. Campbell 
Wm Hanfon 
C. Egan 
G.D. Crauford 
Francis Home 

Ensigns, 
And. Cuthcart 
James Hood 
J. M'Dougall 
M. Anderfon 
S. N. Omerae 
T. Marfhall 
T. Murray 
R. S. Knox 



267 



A. Macneil 
C. Stewart 
John Campbell 
R. Anderfon 
D.Campbeil^>/« 
Fran. Noden 
— Scott, qm 
R. Douglas, stir 
J. Enright 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 



XCI1. 
(GordonHighl.) 
1 & 2 B. Islands 
Hon.J,Hopc,G'c/ 

Li Cat. 
Alex. Napier 
John Cameron 

J\f<ijors, 
John Lamont 
An.h. M'Donel 
J. Watfon 
Peter Grant 

IJapi'atnsy 
|as Mitchell 
Don M'Donald 
A. Campbell 
J ArPherfon 
jas. Set on 
Sam. Maxwell 
P- N. Dunbar 
E. M'Pherfon 
James Lee 
Ed. T. riontejn 
G, W. Holmes 
R. M'Donald 
Dug. Campbell 
Win Ph'ipps 
Peter Wtfkip 
Wm A4ao.kay 
Geo. Cooper 
win Logie 
W. C Grant 
J. Bunburry 

Lleuts. 
D. M'Barne!- 
Jas.Henderfon 
7..L. Hill 



John Hill 
Sam. Beavan 
John Phillips 
John Warren 
Angus Frafer 
Wm Bailiie 
Tohti Rots 
Wm Fyfe 
DonM'Pherfon 
J. Cattanach 
R. M'Donald 
John A. Durie 
C Alexander*^/' 
H. H, Rofe 
JLaeh.CampbeL 
Alien M'Nab 
D. Corquodal 
I. Chiiholm 
J as M'Donald 
Ro Wincheiier 
J. M'Tntolh 
D. M'Donald 
Thos Flobbs 
Geo. Marfnall 
A Hill 
A. Gordon 
D, Stewart 
Rdgtr Aytoun 
Ron. M'Donell 
}. K. Rofs 
Ar. M'Donald 
Thos Gordon 

Ensigns,, 
D. Macpherf-n 
W. M'J^achr m 
Hector lnnes 
A. M. Shaw 
G. Logan 
E.CampbclLW;. 
R*. M'Dormel"' 
}. Mackinlay 
Wm Mudge 
P.'lJeijtham. 
L. Higg ns 

R. J. Feat 
N.Macdougall 
G. Mackie 
W. Little 
J. Gordon, t>m 



DMfarlane,y« 
G. Wallace 
AHamiltoivwr 
D. M'lntosh 
MrBfwte,«gr«/ 



XClR 

(Suth. H'tjh.) 

C. of G. Hope 
WmWemyl's Cc/ 
AHalket L.-Col. 
Sam Brown T ' -^ 
Root. Dale j^ 

Captains, 
Alex. Gordon 
Alex, Mackay 
Thos Hitchtns 
Richard Ryan 
R. D. Spread 
D. MLeod 
£. Falconer 
PG'K.Boulgero 
P. Bainbridge 
A. Douglafs 
Lieuts. 

AM'Kenzie 
Geo. Lunt, adj 
'Jav. Frafcr 
N.M'KinnoM 
fas. Gunn 
Fdw. Hart 

D. Rofs 
Wrn A'lunro 
Ale* M'Donell 

E. Church 
HughMadcan 
— Hedderick 
(John Clarke 

Robt. Sparks 
M. M'Pherion 
Jo. Hamilton 
And. Phanp 
A. Thomfon 
Alex.Muirhead 
E, Wetherall 
Geo. A'lunro 
|W. Ryneweld 
| JK^w, 
|Jas Robertson 



M'Intoftv 

D. Mackenzie 
]ohn Gibb 

— White 

'X. Patullo,/™ 
G. Mackay, q/» 
J.M'Farlane,.ftf>- 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents 

XCIV. 

(Scotch Brig.) 
British Island* 

Colonel, 
Fran.Dundas 

Lieut. Col. 
Thos Scott 
Ja. Campbell 

JVlajors, 
John lanes 

Captains, 
Jas Alien 
C, Anderfon 
Arch, M'Lean 
F. Laing 
Jas. Bogle 
ChasCampbell 
Osb. Frai'er 
Fred.Campbell 
And. Frafcr 
Chas Campbell 
Wm Squirl 
Lieut s, 
W. A. Irwin 
Wm Baird 
E. Kingdom, adj 
Chas Campbell 
A. Cairncrofs 
T. N. Jackfon 
James Cooke 
I. Humphrey - 
Wm Inncs 
Thas Donald 
J Gculdhawke 
Alexan. Kyle 
W. Burton 
A. M'Arthnr 
JD. Munro 
IO. Earwell 



z$% 



I Boguc 
G. W. Crooke 
Ensigm* 

W Young 
R Armitrong 
Jas Campbell 
Thornton 
W. Cannon 
G. C Inn s 
J. Tweedie 
J. Watfon 
J/h.->. Scott 
John Enkine 
D. Campbell 
W. Wati'on 
WCh '.iniersy.v? 

Sa. Scott, s ir 
as. Donald,/>/.« 
Greenwood 6: 

COX, <70Y«.'.r 

XCV. Sifiemen 

1 ^ 2 Portugal. 
C.Manningham 

Lieut. Cols. 
Hon/W.Stewart 
T. S. Beckwith 
Hamlet Wade 

llfjjorsy 

N. IsbLeod 
Rob. Travers 
D. L. Gilmour 

John Stewart 

A. Norcott 
John Rofs 
Peter O'Hara 
Smith Ramadge 
J, Cameron 
L. H. B.nnet 
S. Mitchell 
Geo. Elder 
Jafper Crcagh 
J, Crampcon 
Hon.J.Stewart 
Hon. H. R. Pa- 

kenham 
Wm Balvaird 



M'Dearmi 



l.jL-cuCil 

% Glafs 
JLoftus Gray 
D. Cardoux 
John Jenkins 

C. G. Miller 
i ho Drake 
Rob Bogle 
Cha. Beckwith 

1st Lieu. s. 
B. Kurt 
j. Logan 
f. Duncan 
James Travers 
vVm Hailen 
J. Ward 

J. Stewart, adj 
J . Uniacke 
Chas Noble 

A. E. Gregory 
Don. M'Leod 

B. Travers, adj 
Anth. Coane 
T. A. Diggle 
George Smith 

D. St L. Hill 
V. Grantham 

B. Keappoch 
M Hewan 
R. Bunbury 
Hd. Chawner 
A. J. Reed 
Don. Cameron 
Ed. Burke 
Wm Johnlton 
M. Pratt 

W. Scott 
HenryLee [not 
HonD.Arbatb 
Peter Reily 
T.Macnamara 
William Cox 
J. M'Cuiloch 

C. Ecles 
James Mercer 
[a Peroral 
Wm Booth 
Walt. Clark 



\ . Femuercou 
Chas. Eaton 
F. Edmonitone 
W. Robertiba 
Wm Ecles 
Nieh. Travers 
WaJ. D. Bedell 
S. Putrickfou 
W. Humbly 

2d Itieuts. 
H Manners 
J. C. Hope 

'hos. Cochran 
NormJvIacleau 
jon. .Lay ton 
ri.. Connei 
J. Molloy 

Campbell 
T. Smith 

Cox 

— Budger 
Colin Clarke 

'.. Ogilvie 
R. Steven fon 
Sam. Bridge p?n 
Jo. M'Kciizie 
J. Burnet 
W. Robinfon 
A.M' Donald am 

— Rois 

J. Robb, sur 
John A. Knipe 
Greenwood <x 
Cox, agents. 



XCVI. 

1 V/est Indies 

2 Brit. Islands 
Geo. Don, Col. 

Lieut. Cols. 
G. Leathes 
Edw. Scott 
Majors 
R.- Mowbray 
B. K. Lavicount 
W.E.Euftace 
John Murray 

Captains. 
H. B. Adams 



1 iicon. Uii.on 
Geo. Cooke 
J. Pholman 
H. Hamilton 

C. L. L. Folcer 
R. Turner 

i ho W. Smith 

D. M'Gregor 
J. D. Tovey 
A. Heilerrnun 
P. Burger 

D. Perrihg 
W". Andcribn 

F. Burnet 
A. Dcaue 

C J. de Corf/ 
T. Kennedy 
K. C. Harper 
£. F. Dupre 

Li cuts. 

J. Franklin 
Sam. Owens 
John Shearman 
Chas Valiancy 
Tho. Lambe 
John J appie 
Gor. Oruuhart 
Wjn Hankih 
Jof. le Gay 
jCudberitona^ 
Geo. Gordon 
J. W. Campbell 
R. Graham 
S. Taverner 
Geo. Turner 
H. S. Spear 

G. Brown 
J. F. Gill 
V Lawford 
H. Leahy 
T Snow 
Wm Hunt 
William Orr 
T. Davis W;' 
R. CUfford 
Henry Rogers 
M. Balfour 

J. M. DiUon 
lof. -Archer 



2*9 



W Carrington 
Fran. Grant 
H. Mackay 
C. Whlttby 
J. Pickering 
G. H. James 

Ensigns 

W. A dam ion 
Geo. Forman 
P. Brigham 
Wm Le Mardy 
H Richards 
"ohn Peach 

Rofe 

R. Joyce 

G. Hovenden 

Tayfor 
H. C. Cafh 
Rich Hargravc 
J-M.Wilkinlbn 
A.Anderi"on,/>/>. 
Geo. Wciton 
E.Thomp!on<p? 

B. Douglas 

S. Milbank snr 

C. Boatfiower 
Armit & Boro', 

&. Greenwood 
& Cox, agents 

XCVII. 

G)?sGerni.Regt. 

Portugal. 
Tho.Groiverjoi 

Lieut. Col. 
L. Liadenthal 
James Lyon 

Majors, 

]ohn Wilfori 

A. W. Young 

Captains, 
Wm M'Carthy 
A. Henry 
M. Sutton' 
John Howard 
Xavier de Sad* 
Fran.Zehender 
James Nash 
\ P Warburton 



L. Rumann 
R. Armitrong 
A.'Fhistlewaite 

JLieuts. 
H Zwicky 
D.P.N. Michel 
E.Olferman, adj 
Alb. Zekender 
R. B- Wade 
T.G.Coppinger 
M. de Courcy 
FdeGuiihcrmy 
Hip. Michel 
A. H. de Froge 

Burke 

George Shaw 

£. Kettleweil 

Ensign. 
R. Carter 
Robert Way 
G. Shipley 
Thos. Lloyd 
George Daunt 
Rob. M'llrce 
Wm Down man 
Alex Walker 
B. Johuion 
N. Belair, qm 
R. BeachaoruAr 
WJShzWyPmr 
Greenwood & 
Cox, Agts. 



XCVLII. 

North America, 
J. Burke, col. 

Lieut. Col. 
W. Douglas 
Majors, 
Arthur Lloyd 
John Stafford 

Captains, 
John Nicol 
Thomas Hare 
H. Croafdaile 
Hon.H.Butler 
Sam. Carter 
Hen. Kirwan 
Rich. Carroll 



G. F. Fulton 
Wra Milne 
John Deane 

Licuts. 
Nich. Wrixon 
Pat. Brenan 
Gil.MTherfon 
M. Morgan 
Mat. Hare 
Nich. D'Arcy 
Jof. Crampton 
johnGallagher 
Walter Butler 
John Kelly 
Luke Burke 
Rich. Gibbons 

Ensigns, 

Jof. Kilkelly 
JReiftenftehW 
James Burke 
John Flinter 
R. Ellis 
E. Handox 
G. L 'Estrange 
D. iViii'on 
DavidDippiey-w 
W. Cogan, surg. 
FhcsBurke,/^ 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents. 

XCIX. 

Welt Indies. 
Earl of LandaiT 
Ja. OrdeZ* Col. 

Majors, 
John Daniel 
John Grey 
Captains, 

Geo. Tryon 
H. Fitzgerald 
Math Millett 
A. S. King 
Jo. Bazalgette 
P. Dumas 
D. Geale 
I Fitzherbert 
M. Campbell 
Ja Stopford 



Li eats. 
Jofliua Wlifon 
Jo. Thompfon 
J.M.Cullimore 
D. Ennis 
Chrift. Wilfon 
Geo. Ledwell 

F. Armltroiig 
Jo. Atkinfon 
W. F. Holt 
Rich Fennel 

r. w. O'Deii 

lo. Thornhill 
r. Herring, adj 

Ensigns, 
— Cookie 
M. Bourke 
T. Kennedy 
Amb. Lane 
TP.Bainbridge 
VV.Mafterman 
O. Sullivan 

G. Matt hew ,qm 
T. Duncan^a;-^- 
T.Sadlicr,/>^.vz. 
Greenwood & 

Cox, agents. 

C. 

North America. 
FJ.Faikiner Col 
JoMurray/,Ce/ 

Majors, 
C. Hamilton 
G. Taylor 

Captains, 
Thos Rynd 
John Martin 
A. Andrews 
M. J. Jackfon 
T. O. Sherard 
Geo. T. Bourke 
Hon. S. Gore 
/.T.Thomas 
J. Andrews 

LA cuts. 
W.Fawcett, adj 
R. V. Fawcett 
Ma u.N owl and 



260 



Fhos Stannus Rob. JNolan 
W.O.Sandwith A. Dillon 
John Dixon H. Obre 
J.Armstrong J.Algeo 
G. B. Williams RicA. Btskt 
Edw Murray j Ensigns, 
A R. Johnfton E. Rochiort 



Ensigns, 
Pat. Carter 
Pat. Nowland 
Irwin Dawfon 

James Stewart 

V. Wood 

P Gibbons 

J. M. Caudell 

R. F.obertfon P. Thomas,/ 

J. A Hearneyw John Kerby,y.vz 

W. Stewart,.)*//- JBL-ioomhelcLr/vr 

J Nowlimd/^-y/w Greenwood &. 



Dan. Keogh 
Ant. Dillon 
Ed. Scott 
Dillon Naghton 
TJios Naghton 
JarnesKiiiikeliy 
Win. Berwick 



Greenwood h. 

Cox, agents. 

CI. 

N. America. 

Colonel, 

Hon.HA.Dillon 

Lieut. Col. 

W. Pollock 

Majors, 

G. O'Malley 
John Welsford 

C iptai/iSf 
H. O'Grady 
Mau. Blake 
John Fogerty 
G. Fitzgerald 
T. Kirk wood 
£. Browne 

F. Fitzgerald 

G. Kilhkelly 
J. M'Cormick 
Thos. Carter 

Li-uts, 

Walter Scully 

P. M'Munus 
E. Kiliikeily adj 



Cox, agents 



James Mason 
Hen- Craufe 
J. Heuderion 
Wm. Mailers 
Arch. Bell 
Jas Fmucane 
T- C. Kearney 
Wm. Hadley 
B JV1 Senior 
A. H. Villiers 

Ensigns, 
Rob. Tamicfon 

Lilly 

E. Gueit 
W. Cox 
W. Chambers 
P. Bayly 

John Mell,/>77r 
— Field, qm 
J. Harrks, surv. 
Greenwood cc 
Cox, agents. 



NEW SOUTH 
WALES CORPS. 

Colunel, 
Francis Grofe 

Lt Col. 

Wm Patterfon 

Majors. 

J. Foveaux 
G. Joknftone 
Captains, 

Ed Abbott 
A. F. Kemp 
John Piper 
J. Cummings 
rien. Steele 
F Lewis 
John Brabyn 
D. M'Arthur 

Lieuts, 
Wm Moore 
i'hos Lavcock 
W.Minchin^,.)-. John Bell 
Hugh Piper 1,. Ellert 
Wm J^awfon '.A. Bogle 
Cad. Draflcn — Schonfeldt 

251 



CAPE REG. 

DM'Donald Co! 
Lieut.Col. 

J. Graham 
Ma : *rs, 

J. G. Cuyicr 

JTho. Lyltcr 

Captains, 

E. M-iVlillan 

L. .Mackenzie 

G. S. Frafer 

P. Crauturd 

Wm Flely 
I Henry .talis 
|D. MDougall 
jE.M.Raynsrord 
:J. T. Prentice 
:Hon.T.Sre\vart 

lieutl 
iM. Lynch 

Ja. Gair 



Ja. Williams 
G. Leudingham 
J. Imlaefa 

H. Hanfon 
Enpgns, 

J. Buchanan 
J. Baird 
H. Munich 
G. Dunford 
J. Sutherland 

— Hart, *£. 
C. Forbes 

— De Bunch 
A. Hyflop 
H. Greville 

— Oitheydon 
W. M. Mack ay 
H. traftr, q» 

— Mann, sur 

agent 

R.AFR1C.CGF.PS 
Lt. Col. Co?7t. 

J. W. Gordon 

M.'jors, 
Cha. Maxwell 
ja. Chifhoim 

Cr.ptains, 
J, Kingfley 
Edw. Lioyd 
J. M'Gregor 
Henry Odium 
j. J. ivlahng 
Edw. hart 

Lieuts. 
DMackenziCjjc/ 
F. Forbes 

A. Grant 
R. Chartres 
C. Kingfley 
J. Meg aw 
Adam Fife 
J. Simnibn 
N, Nelfon 
H. Mackav 

Enll.-ns, 

B. Clark 

R. Hudder, qi 



NORTH BRITISH MILITtA. 



XLIII, 
Argyllshire. 

Aberdeen. 

Colonel. 

John Campbell 

Lt.-CoL 
Alex. Campbell 

Major. 
C. Macalefter 

Captains. 
Alex. Maclean 
G. C. Jones 
James Maclean 
John Campbell 
Dav. Murray 
C. H. Gogan 
Nor. Lamont 

Licuis. 

Ar. M'Donald 
Allan Rofs 
James Taylor 
Neil M'Coll 
Alex. Auderfon 
John Campbell 
Neil Sinclair 
Alex. Ai nott 

Ensigns 

Don. Campbell 
Rob. Clarke 
Wm. Donald 
Neil Campbell 
John Macnicol 
John Macgibon 

Paymaster 
Don. Campbell 

Adjutant. 
James Lang 

<$ji art.- Mas. 
Rob. Stewart 

Surgeon. 
James Brown 

Assist-Surg. 

Neil Campbell 
John Brown 
Men". Donald- 
ion & Co. agts. 



Assist. Surg. 

L. M'Donald 
T. Gilbert 

Pay mast. 
Cha.Adamfon 
Chriftie and 
Shaw, agents. 



LV. 

Aberdkensh. 

Musselburgh. 

Colonel. 

Earl of Abovne 

Lt.-CoL 
John Baird 

Major. 

John Gordon XXXVIII 

Captains. AYRSHIRE. 

Dav. Campbell Gosport, 

Rob. Moir Colon J 

John Duguid Sir D. H. Blair 
Wm. Rattray Lt.-Cof. 

Sir John Dick J. H. Elair 
Ja. Gordon Major. 

-"Uex. Cameron J. F. Gray 
John Grant | Captains. 
Don. Cameron jD. Buchanan 



One Vacant 

Jjiei/t;. 
Cha. Adamfon 
J a. Forbes, sen. 
John Grant 
L. M'Donald 
John Fleming 
John Dick 

J. C. Johnftone ft). M'Intyre 
Pet.M'Lachlan T. Park 



J.Chalmers 
jjas. Chalmers 
! W. Campbell 

'John Fulton 
— Trotter 
iA. Hunter 
Lieats. 
James Young 



John Gordon 
Har. Gordon 
Ta. Wilfon 

Ja. Forbes, jun. 
Ensigns. 

Geo. Cameron 
Wrn. Winton 
D. Farquharfon 
Cha. Gordon 
I. Farquharfon 
Fhree Vacant 
Adjutant. 

J, Chriftie 

jart.- Mas. 
Joan Pvoy 

Suroeon. 
N. Sutherland 



J. Fairfowl 
Allan Dunn 
J. Fletcher 
W. M'Kie 
J. Greenshields 

Ensigns. 
W. Boyd 
J. Norman 
W. Findlaytor 
J. C. Stark 
W. Campbell 
H. Robertfon 
G. Clarke, adj. 



13- 

Quart. Mast. 

John Murray 

Sur. 
J. Clarke 

262 



Assist. Surg 
A. Dunn 
R. M'Lean 

Paymaster, 
D. Macintyre 
Chriftie and 

Shaw, agents. 



I. 

Berwicksh. 

Dumfries. 

Colonel. 

Earl of" Home 

Sir G. Warren- 

der Lt. Col. 

Major, 

T. C Moncrieff 

Cap tains. 

R. Dunlop 
John Bell 
John Bathe 
G. Hunter 
Alex. Orr 
Hen. Hair 
J. P. Home 
Lieut s. 
A. Sommerville 
R. Cunningham 
James Otto 
Matt. Leech 
Wm Shaw 
J a. Rutherford 
Geo. Jeffrey 
Ensigns, 
David Vai's 
David Nichol 
John M'Bean 
Geo. Seton 
Geo. Anderfon 
Pet. M'Craken 
J. M'lj-aren, adj.' 
R.WhettleyyJw. 
Jas Keith, sur, 
Dav. Vafs,/>. m. 
Greenwood 3c 
Cox, Ag-.nts. 



V. 

R.OS3-SHIRF. 
Norm.in Cro.s. 

CoUnei. 
Lord Seaforth 

Lt. CoL 

Earl of Caith- 

nefs 

Major. 

J.C.iVutherland 

Wm £sbertfon 

Captains. 

A, WKeazie 

Rod. it'obertlon 
fohn Grant 
Ihos Rent 
Wm Gran' 
R. M'Kenzie 
Cha. Petley 

Lieits. 

And. G-ddes 
John Mackie 
Wm. M'Kain 
Finlay Monro 
A. Sutherland 
J. Hendcrfon 
R. Mackay 
George Budge 
Wm. Carnaby 
Alex.M'Leod 

Ensigns. 
A. Sutherland 
Alex.Robertfon 
Alex. Rofs 
A. Sinclair 
G. Gordon 
John Ford 

Adjutant. 
D.Frafer 

&*art.-Mar, 
A. G^ddes 

Surcreon. 
W.M'fczie 

Assist. Surg. 

Wm. Carnaby 

Pay- Mas. 

iHe»"derfon 
ionaldfon ag. 



LXX. 

DuMrRlES-SK. 
DalLitb. 

Colonel. 



LI. 
Edinburgh. 

Musselburgh. 
Colonel, 

D. of Buccleugb 

Lt. Col. 



Earl ofDalkeith| John Wauchope 



Lt. Col. 
Ed Montague 

Majors. 
Chas Riddell 
Ar. M'Murdo 

Captains. 
Sir C. Douglas 
Geo. Pott 
Tas Ballantyne 
Alex. Don 
G. M'Murdo 
Wm Grierfon 
C. Grierfon 
Jn Douglas 
Lieuts. 
T. Crichton 
R. Thorburn 
John Thorburn 
Eben. Lorimer 
Wm Manford 
Fr. Swan fon 
J. Blackburn 
L). Arrundell 

Ensigns. 
J as Grieve 
IW. D. Gibfon 

Paymaster) 
T. Crichton 



Adhtant, 
Hen. Sevan 

^uart. Mast. 
D. Macintufh 

Sur^on 
N. DaiTauville 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents. 



Mc, 
Thos Ingiis 

Capt (/ins. 
J. M'-Gregor 
W. Alexander 
J. Sommerville 
W. Macdonaid 
]o. B. Bower 
Alex. Stevens 
John St-oddart 
Wal Brown 
Rob. Watfon 
Wm. Frafcr 

Lieuts. 
John Burn 
V Watmore 
Wm >cott 
And. Baird 
G. Eearmouth 
Geo. Hun it 
jo. Ronaldfon 
Alex. Campbell 
Robt Wooley 
Wm. Crichton 
W. Somerville 
Patrick Blair 

Ensigns 
D. Paterfon 
D. Livingston 
J. S. L-ng 
Eben. Prentice 
John M'Nab 
John Grieve 
Wm Tod 
Win. Brown 

Adjutant. 
James Fraier 

V>>ari.~Mas, 
Alan Grant 

urgeon 
John Symons 



Ass. Surg. 
W. Somerville 
W. Graham 
Paymastt r, 
Dav."Paterfon 
Greenwood &. 
Cox, agents. 

XXXIV. 

FllESHIKE. 

Ports?m>ith. 

Colonel. 

Earl of Morton 

Li. Col. 
TDCalderwood 

Major. 
W. Rutherford 

Captains. 

And. Mitchell 
AlcxM'Donaid 
Rob. Chriftie 
Jas Mitchel 
A. Rutherford 
Ikie 
Meklrum 
Chriitie 

L> ' eats. 

John Chriitie 
Rob. Forbes 
]. C. Mitchell 
C. S. Lindsay 
Alex. Smith ' 
T. Ferguflon 
Peter Scott 
Tho. Buddo 

Ensigns. 
Wm. Lawfon 
John Beath 
Plunkett Iselly 
P. Richardfon 
H. Wood, adj 
John Grant, qm 
A. G-oodfir, sur 

Assist. Sur. 
Rob. Menzies 
j Paymaster. 
jWm.'Lawfcn 
iHorfbrugh, ag. 



£±. X\ Uli. 

Jas wii: 

Jn Mek 
Tho. Ci 



253 



XT. 

Forfarshire. 

Edinbnr^h. 

Colonel. 
Hon A. Douglas 

Lt. Cols. 
R. W. Puff 

Major. 
HonC.Douglas 
A. Ramlay 

Captains. 
W. Forreftcr 
David Lauder 
Thos Bruce 
Sir G. Ogilvy 
John Smith 
folia Watfon 
D. M'Murdo 
John Logan 
John Hay 
George mn.es 
John Balfour 
Ro. Fergufhill 

Lieut*. 
James Blair 
John Hamilton 
D Gardiner 
Wm Dawfon 
Thos Brown 
Jas Findhuer 
Wm Winton 
N. Sutherland 
R.ob. Lawder 
Ja. Turnbull 
\V. Middleton 
Geo. Watfon 
Arch. Hiir 
Rob. Lawrie 

Ensigns. 
WaL Graham 
Tho, Brymer 
Wm. Dak' aim 
John Tandy 
Peter Marr 
Wm. Lambe 
M. Whit claws 

Paymaster. 
Wm Dawfon 



Adjutant. 
r. Clarke, 
[as. Bertram 

^uart.-Mas. 

Jhrm Munro 

Surg. 
H. Hoile 

Assist. Surg. 
A. Hair 
Wm L^mb 
Donaldfon, a?. 



X. 
Invert kss-sh. 
Ed'Tiburgb. 
Colonel. 
F. W. Grant 
Lieut. Col. 
James Duff 
Majsrs. 
Sir Jas' Dunbar 
Fr. Tulloch 

Captains. 
J. Ann and 
}. D. Mackay 
f. Grant 
Wm Grant, sen. 
A. Chiihulm 
F.BMacdcmogh 
Don. Macintofh 
Jas Carmichael 
W Grant 
D Campbell 

Liei/ts. 
C. Farquharfon 
Dan. Cameron 
Alex. Weir 
Don, Grant 
Jn Grant 
Peter Wilson 
Angus Munrn 
Ang. M'Intofh 
Tohn Stuart 
J a. Harden 
Ensigns 
R. Macgregor 
Donald Grant 
Ja.«.. Grant 
iW'm. Menzies 



John Leith 
John Gray 
J.M'Donald 
Don. Camming 
Ja. Marquis 
Adjutants 

H. Walker 

Quart. Mast. 
PAVarren 
Surgeon. 
J. Campbell 

Assist. Surg. 
C. Farquharsor 
W. Menzies 

Paymaster. 
R. Macgregor 
Frafer, nvent. 



XXI. 
Kirkcud- 
bright. 

Port Seaton. 
Col.nel. 
Sir J. D. Hay 
Lieut. Col. 
S. Fuliarton 
Major. 
G. Maxwell 

Capts. 

Chas Stewart 
Chas Mundon 
Ham. Maxwell 
J. Laflcey 
A. Macarthur 
John Rofs 

JAcuts. 
Jn M'Crackan 
j. Dennifter 

Ensigns. 
\ Mutter 
Jas M'Cormick 
A Donaldfon 
G. Burnet 

Adjutant, 
John Dunn 
garter Mas: 
J. Imlay 

Surgeon, 
And. Chriftie 



Asm. Surg 

R Anderfon" 

Paymaster. 

. M'Crackan : 

Agents. Chriftie 

and Shaw. 

XLV. 
R. Lanark. 

Elaidington. 
Colonel, I 

M. of Douglas 

Lieut. Col. 

SirAM'Donalc 

Lockhart 
Majors, 
Thos Gordon 
R. Campbell 

II. J. Hamilton 
Jas Irvine 
L. Bland 
liec. F.Macneii 
Rob. Pender 
John Miller 
J. L. Everurd 
J. J?owan 
W Hall 

Lieuts. 
J Landless 
dw. Huie 
H. Marder 
D. Gilchrift 
J. Storrs 
Fhos Layton 
John Fergui'on 
A. Spottiiwooc, 

Ensigns. 
Edw. Waterfol 
John Dykes 
Hugh Maxwel 
And. Veitch 
Neil M'Neil 

Adjutant, 
Rob. Kennewl 
]. M'Lean 
j e>jart. Mast. 
Wm Hamiltor 



;?4 



Surgeon. 

W. Mitchell 

Assist. Surg. 
John Dykes 
A Veitch 

Paymaster. 
[. Steven fon 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents. 

lxvht. 

PERTHSHIRE. 

Dover. 

Colonel 

E. of Mansfield 

Lieut. Col. 
C. Campbell 
Ma j 'or, 

j. S. Oliphant 

Capts. 
f . Cnugie 

o. Stewart 
A. Biggar 
J. Menzies 

C. Haywood 
S. Robertfon 
* Barclay . 

A.. See wait, fen 

\. Stewart, fan! 

vV S. Glass 

Lieuts. 

\. Campbell 

Balvaird 
J. Camob'ell 
>un. Fletcher 
I Mitchell 
i. Banner mann 
!). Stewart 
X Menzies 
o. Gardiner 

'r. ••. tigits, 

\ Mflntyre 
). Ruber tfon 
I Campbell 
Stewart 
. Wedderfpeoa. 

M ; K-nzie 
X Buchanan 



Paymaster. 
G. Ealvaird 

Adjutant. 
Ja. Brown 

Stuart.- Mas. 
Rob. Mann 
Surgeon. 
J. W. Purfc!! 
Assist. Surv. 
J. Stewart 
Greenwood & 
Cox, agents. 



Assist. Sur. 
'. Anderfon 

Paymaster. 
]. Wright 

Dunlop and 
Hushes, aornt. 



T 



XXII. 
Renfrewsh. 

Pevensev. 

Colonel. 
J. Dun lop 

Lieut. Col, 
L. Macdowall 

Mn'ior. 

]. Mackay 

Capts. 
T. Pollock 
na Howie 
W. Mapier 
John Corbet 
janvrs Smith 
C. Sgoqner 

Li cuts, 
WCunningharr. 
W. Birkmyre 
G. H.iroer 

G. Hamilton 

M-Farlane 
John Lindfay 

En vsr?l ,-. 

j. Wright 

j. And :r ton 
% Robertfon 
I. Morgan. 

R. Speirs 

Adjutant. 
A. Young 

rt.Masi. 
P. Fergufon 
Surgwi, 
p— Barr:e 



XXVIII. 
Stirljngsh. 

Berwick-upon- 
Tweed. 
Colon c!, 
D. of Montrofe 
Lieut. Col. 

John Douglas 

Major, 
Xicol Ewing 

Capts. 
Jn Morehead 
D. Macdougall 
Ax Macdougail 
Wna Gilbert 
ran, Raynes 
Alex. Bruce 
Jas Maxwell 
Lie:.t?. 

Win Watt 
Jn Macnab 
P. MacdougaJ 
Afch. Maclean 
I'vlalcom Stark 
j. Ampry 
[oha ?du'die 
jo M'DonaU 

XSAM-'pvr.r. 

John K~iiet 
M Daren 
J . Cameron 
A. M'Dacnlan 
D. M'Dougall 
One Vaca.it 
Adjutant 
Alex.Camobell 

Pqa,*Mas. 
Wm Watt 

Is Uoag-U 

Ales. kl 



yfj sliT. Surg. 
Bert Flardiman 
Dunlop and 
Hughes agts 



Royal 

Mid-Lothian 

Cavalry. 

Lieut.- Col. Com. 
Hon. RDundas 

Major, 

Geo. Ramfay 

Captains. 
Wm Rae 
[as Mansfield, 
Sir-Wm Forbes 
Sir John Hope 
A. Maconochie 
Sir Geo. Clarke 

cap: y Adj. 

Jas Leathavn 

Lieutenants, 
Geo Robinson 
Geo. Ramfay 
fames Bruce 
David Gray 
rra. Walker 
John Ioglis 

Cornets. 
James Skene 
Alex. HowdeR 
jeo Wauchopc 
Tho. Newton 
Wm. Craufard 

Chaplain. 
James Dick 
P. t v vaster. 

R Cockburn 

Sur peons, 

Alex, btewa ct 

3>r Ant,*- 



Val. Scott 



&S5 



ROYAL EDINBURGH VOLUNTEERS. 


T. 


Thos Peat 


A. Brooks 


1st Lieuts. 


Cat: 


Wm talker 


A Clerk 


Thomas Clerf 


Lord Proved o* 


fas Small 


En yigns. 


Jas Ballar.tyn ' 


E6Sxl. ex officii 


Watt. Dickfon 


\ Smith 


Aw Sievwrigr; 


Lt. Cols. 


Walter Cook 


j Rech-ad 


id Lieuts. 


Rt Hon, Cha. 


Robert Brings 


An Johaston 


Chas Anderfo 


Hope 


Wm Crombie 


- Hunter 


Geo Veitch ' 


James Spcns 


Chi plain. 


— Beatie 


Witt Scott 


Majors. 


;eo.Ba.ird,D.D 


R, Paul 


Sur j con, 1 
P.Erikine, 


Rob. Hamilton 


Adjut int. 


Pay nastcr. 


Hen. Jardine 


Bain whyt 


Alex. Lawrie 


C Anderibn,^ 


Capts. 
Eain Whyt 


Quart. Mast. 


Adjutant. 


, qtn. 


Wm Tunibull 


R. Thompfon 




[ohn Baugh 


jas Law, surg. 


T. Aikman, am 
A.Brunton/Zw/' 


Royal 


JMarjori'oanki 


Assist. Ssrgs.' 


Edinburgh Vi. 
lunteer Artillei 


Charles Phin 


Rob. Lawfo.n 


Surgeon. 


Thos Manners 


W. Newbigging 


J. Farqulmrfon 


Lt. Col. Com 


John Bonnar 
Thos Spens 





Assist. Surg) 


James Soens ' 
Capts. 


Prince of Wales' 
Loyal Edinburgh 


]. Abercroiv.by 


Jas Dunfmure 




D. Wiiliarnfo- 


Andrew Storie 


Volunteers. 


Artillery Camp. 


jas. Glafsford 
John Campbc 


Lieuts. 


Lieut'. Col. Co?/?. 


Captain, 


Morris Weft 


Wm. Ingiis 


W. Braidwood 


1st Lieuts. 


Cha. Bremner 


D. Vere, Maj. 


Lieuts. 


Alex. Irvine 


jas Mackay 


Captains. 


John Y r oung 


Wm. Baillie 


John Renton 
T. Macritchie 


John Simpfon 




Hen. Clephat 


John Cameron 


. 


2d Lieuts. 


Pac. Mackay 


Jas Newton 


Royal 


Roger Aytouj 


John Waugh. 


A. Gardner 


Mid- Lothian 


John Irvine 


Robert Norie 


Chas Ritchie 


/Irtillery. 


Alex. PearfoD 


John Connel |j. Cameron 


Maj. Com. 


Surgeons. 


). H. Forbes j Lieut. 


H. R. Brown 


And. Wardro 


Adam Duff [Wni Burton 


Capts. 
TohnM'Farlane 
James Mayne 


Jas. War drop 


Wm Erlkine Wm Lawfon 




Ensigns. J. Bal'antine 




John Orr ;Geo Black j 


John Blair 




OFFICERS' PAY of the REGIMENTS of FOOT, 


PER WARRANT, OCT. IJ. l8o6. 


Lieutenant Colonel - I Is. od. per diem ■ 


Major .,.,..-- 16 


Captain _-.--..io6 


Further, having a fupericr rank - 2. o 


Lieutenant - - - - - -66 


Quarter Mailer ----- 6 6 


Adjutant ----- 86 


Enfign -53 



266 



ROYAL NAVY. 



Aboukir, Geo. Parker 
AchUle, Sir Rich. King 
Aibion, John Ferrter 
Alcidc, 

Alfred, J. EJigh 
Aiiiitance,Lt J a. M'Arthur 
Atlas, Rear- Ad. J. C. Purvis, 

Capt. J a. Saunders 
Audacious, T. LeM.Goffelin 
Africa, John Barrett 
Agamemnon, Jonas Rofc 
Agincourt, Rob. Htnderfon 
Ardent, R.-Ad. Sir E, Nagle, 

Capt. J. G. Vafhon 
Argonaut, Lt Ja. James 
Antelope, Ed. Galway 
Adventure, 
: Argo, S. T. Digby 
) Acaita, P. Beaver 
i Active, J. A. Gordon 
I L'At'ricaine, R. Raggett 
1 Akefte, M. Maxweil 
$ Amazon, W. Parker 
I Amelia, Hon. F. P. Irby 
* Apollo, B. W. Taylor 

1 Aretliufa, R. Mends 
i L'Aiglc, Geo. Wolfe 
3 Amethyit, M. Seymour 

iEoIu.s, Lord Wm. Fitzroy 

2 LAimable, Lord G. Stuart 
2 Alcmene, W. H. B. Tremlett 
2 Alexandria, 
2 .Ambufcade, W. Durban 
2 Amphiou, Wm, Holte 
2 Amlterdum, L. W. Hoare 
2 Andromeda, 
8 Amphitrite, 
8 Aurora, John Duer 
Ariadne, Arthur Farquhar 

Arrogant, Hon. A- Maitiand 
8 Alacrity, JNifbct Palmer 
8 Alaart, J a. Tillard 
8 Albicore, John Burn 

Arnaranthe, E. P. Brenton 
8 Apclies, L. Oliver 
8 Atahmte, Fred. Hkkey 

Avon, T. Thrufh 



18 Ariel, Tho. White 

16 Acorn, Rob. Clephane 

16 Akrt, R. Williams 

16 L Argus, James Stuart 

16 Avenger, 

16 Abundance, John Fryer 

16 Attentive, Lc Rob. Carr 

14 Achate?, H. Cameron 

14 Acute, Lt Tho. Mitchell 

14 Aggrefibr,Lt John Wati'on 

14 Archer, Lt C. Lafcclles 

14 Attack, Lt Tho. Swain 

16 Arrow, Lt Rich. Hawkes 

10 Adams, Lt David Buchan 

10 Aiban, Lt H. Weir 

10 Alphea, Lt W. Gibbons 

93 Barfleur, Rear- Ad. C.Tyler, 

Capt. D. M'Leod 
80 Beikif!e,Ri.-Ad.SirA.Coch- 

rane, Capt. Woolcombe 
80 Brave, Lt John RiboL-au 
74 Bahama, Lt Ja. Milne 
.4 Bedford, Ja. Walker 
74 Bellerophon, Rear-Adm. A. 

Gardner, Capt. S. Warren 
74 Bellona, J. E. Douglas 
74 Blake, Sir C. Brifbane 
74 Bombay, E. O. Ofborn 
74 Erunfwick, Tho. Graves 
74 Bulwark, Hon. C.E.Fleming 
64 Belliqueux, G?o. Byng 
64 Bieniaifant, Lt W. I. Boyce 
64 Buckingham, Lt Geo. Paul 
50 Batavitr, 
50 Brake!, 

50 Briitol, Lt Rich. Simmons 
38 La Belle Poule, Ja. Brifbane 
38 Blonde, V. V. Ballard 
33 Boadicea, John Hatley 
38 Bombay, W. J. Lye 
36 Blanche, John Edgcumbe 
33 Blanche, John Baltard 
a? Brilliant, T. Smyth 
22 Bacchante, Wm. Ward 
-22 Banterer, Aiex. Shippard 
18 Beagle, F. J. Newcomb 
18 Baracouta, Wm. Wells 



32 
32 
32 
32 
24 
22 
o-2 
£2 
22 
22 
20 
18 
18 

14 Bloodhound, LtS.W.Flinders' 18 
14 Bold, Lt Wm. Chirers 18 

14 Brtvdageren, J. S. A. Dennis 18 
14 Bruifcr, Lt Tho. Smithies 18 
12 Buftler, Lt Rich. Weilh 18 

10 Bramble, Lt Fleming 18 

10 Bream, Lt G. G Miall 18 

110 Caledonia, Ad. Lord Gam- 18 
bier,iftCapt.SirH.B.Neale,>18 
2d Capt. Wm. Bedford jl8 
80 Csefar; Cha. Richardi'on 18 

HO Cancspus, Rear- Ad. G. Mar- 18 
tin, Capt. C. Inglis 16 

SO Chriftian,SirJ.S.Yorke,Krit|i^ 
74 Captain, E. Rufh worth 
74 Centaur, Rr.-Ad. Sir S.Hood, 

Capt. W. H. Webky 
74 Coioflus, J. N. Morris 
74 Conqueror, Edw. Feilowes 
74 Culloden, Vice-Ad. SirE.Pei- 

lew, B*. Capt. Geo. Beii 
74 Cumberland, Hon. P. Wode- 

houfe 
64 Le Caton, Lt W. Brett 
64 Crown, Lt-James Rufe 
50 Centurion, G. P. Moake 
50 Chatham, 
SO Coromandel, 
41 Camel, D. Weir 
40 Cambrian, F, W. Fane 
38 Carriere, 

88 Cornwal'is, C. J. J->hnflon 
38 Clyde, Gonial. C. R. Owen 
36 Caroline, 

36 La Chitfonne, J. Wair.wright 
36 Crefcent, John Temple 



Ceres, Lt Wm. Cullis 
Circe, Hurdi Pigot 
Cleopatra, S. J. Fechill 
Cornelia, Hen. F. Edgefi 
Champion, J. C. Crawi'ord 
Coraus, 

Coniiance, J. L. Yeo 
Coiiltck, G. Digby 
Crocodile, Hon G. Cadogan 
Cyane, Tho. Staines 
Camilla, John Bowden 
Calypfo, M. B. Bradby 
Carnation, C. M. Gregory 
Cephalus, Edw. Harvey 
Challenger, W. B. Ryder 
Charwell, Hon W. Gordon 
Cherub, Geo. Ravcnfliaw 
Clio, T. F. Baugh 
Colombine, 

Combatant, Tho. Penwick 
Coquette, R. Forbes 
Crocus. Rob. Fowler 
Crnizer, G. C. M'Kmzie 
Le Curieux, A. Hodge 
Cygnet, Edw. Dix 
Childers, Jos. Packwood 
Comet, 

Cormorant, W. Hughes 
Corfb, Lt Geo. Taylor 
Ch'vnticleer, Rob. Spears 
Cadmus, D. Wvnter 
Calliope, j. M'Kerlie 
Cenfor,Lt J.L.Rowe 
Charger, Lt J. A. Blow 
Cheerly, Lt Tho. Fouferton 
Cherokee, Rd. Arthur 
Conqtielt, Lt Wal. Bofwell 
Conitant, h'c John Stokes 
ConteltjLt John Gregory 
Cracker, 

Confiiel, Lt J. B. Batt 
Corrfounder, Lt Ja. Valobra 
CarVief", Lt Wm. Milnc-r 
Cheerful, Lt D. Carpenter 
Chub, Lt W, P. Crooke 
Claudia, Lt A B. W. Lord 
Cordelia, I. F. Kennedy 
Cuttle, Lt'R. Berry 
Concord, Lt H. Pook 



:cs 



6 Dreadnought, Rear- Ad.Tho. 

; Sotheby, Capt. G. B. bait 
4 Defence, C. Ekins 

4 Defiance, H. Hotham 
'4 Donegal, P. Haywood 

4 Dragon, M. H. Scott 
>4 Diadem, 

>4 Dictator, D. Campbell 
50 Diomede, Rr- Ad. Prince of 
Bouiliofi 

14 Dolphin, Chr. Watfon 
Diamond, Geo. Argles 

38 Diana, Cha. Grant 

3R Doris, 

38 Dover, Ed\v. Tucker 

38 Dromedary, S. P. Pritchard 

3b' La Decade, John Stewart 

36 La Dedaigneufe, J. Baftard 

36 Dryad, A. Drurnmond 

32 Dsdalus, S. H. Ingledeld 

32 Drnid, Sir VV. Bolton 

28 Dido, 

22 Daphne, W. Roberts 

10 Dorltt, Lambert Brahazon 

15 D^rt, Tho. Pinto 
IS Darner, 
18 Demarar3, 

15 Derwent, f red, Parker 
18 Difpatch, Ja. Lilhcrap 
18 Dotterel, Anfh, Abdy 

16 Drake, John Fleming 
.16 Driver, Cha. Claridge 
14 Daring, Lt Geo, Hayes 
,14 Defender, Lt Geo. Plowman 
[14 Delight, J. a Purvis 

14 Dei'perate, Lt John Leach 
Dexterous, Lt R.Toirilinfoa 
— Diana, Lt Wm. Kempthorne 
14 Diiigente, P>ich. Turner 
14 Dominica, Lt J. Deane 
v2 Dapper, Lt Tho. Dutton 
12 Decouvcrte, C. Campbell 
12 Deptford, Lt G. Antrum 
74 Eagle, Cha. Rowley 
74 Edgar, Ja. M'Namara 
74 Elizabeth, Hon Hej;.Curzon 
74 Excellent, John Weft 
}64 Europe, Lt Wm, Styles 
|44 Experiment, Lt Ja. Fcgan 



40 Lndynuon, Lion. i\ B. Capel 
36 Emerald, f . L. Maitiand 
36 Ethalion, W. C. Fahie 
36 Eurya!us,HonGHLDundas 
IS Enterprize, Lt W. C. Barker 
>4 Eurydice, J a. Bradfhaw 
20 Elbe, 

15 Eclipfe, G. A. Creyke 
18 Egeria, Lewis Hole 
18 Elk, J. Coghlan 
18 Eivin, John Haswell 
18 Emulous, Guftavus Stupart 
18 Enchantrefs, Lt Rob, Pearce 
18 L'Elpoir, 
18 Eydtrin, John Pengelly 

16 Eclair, Lt Evelyn 
16 L'Epervier, T. T. Tucker 

15 Ephera, W. J. Hughes 

16 Erebus, Wm. A ut ridge 
16 L'Efpicgie, H. G. Morris 
14 Earneil, Lt R. Templer 
14 Encounter, Lt J. H. Talbot 
14 Efcort, Lt W. Smith 
12 Elizabeth, Lt Fitch 
12 Exertion, Lt R. Forbes 
10 Entrepreuante,Lr.P\Viliiams 
— Eliza &raae,LtJa*Dickmfofl 
98 Formidable, F. Fayerman 
jbO Foctiroyant; Rear-Ad. Sir S 

Smith, Capt. C. Schomberg 
74 Fame, T. Alexander 
74 El Firme, Lt Tuo. Wells 
38 Fifgard, W. Bolton 
36 Fortunee, H. Vaniittart 

La Franchife, Cka-Dafh wood 
32 Fox, Hon A. Cochrane 
22 Fylla, Hon F. Rodney 
18 Favorite, Ben. Clement 
18 Fawn, Hon. G. A. Crofton 
18 Ferret, Rich. Wales 

15 Fly, John Thompfon 
18 Forrefter, John Richards 
13 Foxhound, P. B. Greene 
18 Frolic, Tho. Whinyates 

16 Fara Numa, Sam. Fowell 
16 Falcon, Lord "Vifc. Neville 
16 La Fieche, W. Buchanan 
i2 Fury, J. S. Gibfun 
L4 Fearlefs, Lt Abr. Garland 



2«9 



14 Fancy, Lt Alex. Sinclair 

14 Firm, Li John Little 

14 Flamer, Lt John Cameron 

14 Forward, Lt D. Shielis 

14 Furious, Lt 

12 Fervent, Lt John E. Hare 

12 Firefly, Lt Lav. Boyd 

— Flambeau, 

— Fierce, 

— - Fiyiiig Fifh, Lt Ja. Godwin 

— Friaiafhip, Lt. W Wiiiou 

80 Gibraltar, H. L. Ball 

74 Ganges, Per. Pialkett 

74 Genereux, Lt Vv'm. Lanyon 

74 Goliah, p. Puget 

74 Grafton, 

74 Guiltord, Lt Jos. Crouch 

o0 Grampus, J. Pi. Tart 

44 Gladiator, J aim Price 

44 Gorgon, R. B. Tnom 

3'6 Guctner, A. Skene 

36 Gloire, Ja. Carthew 

• >2 Galatea, G. Saver 

32 Greyhoundjt.P.Troubridsre 

22 Garland, R. Bevan 

u) Gluckiladt, P. Baft 

ia Glommen, Cha. Pickford 

16 Goree, J. Spear 

18 Grubhoppcr, Hen. Fanfbawe 

16 Gannet, Ja. Stevenfon 

id Goelan, p. Hoirman 

16 Griffion, Lt H. Alien 

IG Gofliawk, Alex, innes 

Id Grenada, Lt J. Barker 

16 Gallant, Lt G. P. Pickernel 

14 Growler, Lt Rich. Croiman 

— Guachapiu, Lt 'P. Goodwin 
10 Gipfy, — - Grant 

1 10 Hibernia, Ad. Sir C. Cotton , 
lib Capt. L W. Halited, 
2d Capt. R.J.Neave 
74 Hector, Lt FdmumS Nepean 
74 L'Hereule, lion J. Colvill 
74 Hero, J. N. iNewman 
50 Hindofian, F. G. Skinner 
-J8 Hydra, Geo. Mundy 
38 Horatio, G. Scott 
R8 Huffar, 'R.Lloyd 



32 Katftaur, 

32 Hebe, John Fyffe 

32 Hyperion* 1' C. Brodie 
2; Hind, R. B. Vincent 
18 Halifax, Lord J.Townfhend 
18 Harriett, J. Finley 

18 Hazard, Cha. DUkes 

18 Heiena, J. A. Worth 

18 Herald, Geo. Jacki'on 

18 Horaet, Lt Cha. Williams 

18 Hunter, -J. Campbell . 

18 Hyacinth, John Davie 

16 Haley m, H. W. Pearle 

16 Hart., W. Coombe 

16 Hawk, W. Patteribn 

10 Hericon, S. Svvaiae 

16 Heurcux, Robir. Oaiy 

16 Plound, N, Lockyer 

14 H'atdv, 

14 Piaughty, Lt. John Mitchell 

12 Havoc, Lt. W. R. Bamber 

12 Hearty, Lt. Wm. Wickham 

80 L'lmpettteux, John Lawford 

74 Iiluitnous, W. Broughton 

74 Implacable, T. B. Martin 

74 Invincible, R. Donnelly 

74 Irrcfirtible, Lt. P. Crane 

64 Inflexible, T. Brown 

64 Intrepid, C. W. Nefham 

M I fis, J . L a n g ha r n e 

38 Imperhuie, Lord Cochrane 

40 Indefatigable, J. 'P. Rodd 

33 Iphigcnia, H.Lambert 
32 Iris, John Tower 

18 Indian, C. J. Anften 

14 Indignant, Lt. Cha. Jones 

14 Infolent.Lt. J. R. Morris 

12 Intelligent, Lt. N. Tucker 

50 Jupiter, H, E. R. Baker 

32 Jafon, T. Cochrane 

24 Jamaica, A. Lyfaght 

18 Julia, J. P. Watt 

16 Jafper, W. W. Daniel 

12 JaPur, Lt Tho. Langharnc 

74 Kent, T. Rogers 

18 Kangaroo, John Baker 

18 Kinghfher, Wm. PLpcnftall 

16 Kite, Jofeph James 



98 London, T. Weitern 
"4 Leviathan, J. Harvey 
&i Liun, H. Heathtote 
50 Leonard, Vice-Ad. A.Bcrtic, 
Capt. James Johnitone 

35 Lavinia, Lord H. Stu_rt 
33 Latona, [. A. Wood 

98 Leoniua*, James Dunbar 

33 Lively, Geo. Ivi-Xinky 

3o La Loire, A. W. Schomberj 

Laurel, J. C. Woolcombe 
20 Little Belt, John Crifpo 

13 Lark, Rob. Nicholas 
18 L'yiix, J. W. MarihaU 
16 Liiy, W. H. Sheriff 

16 Lightning, B. C. Doyle 
J 4 Leveret, Ben. Criipin 

14 Locult, Lt. John Gedge 
14 Liberty, Lt. John Codd 
14 Linnet, Lt. John Tracy 
14 Lyra, W. Bevians 

10 Lady Nelfon, Lt. J. Symons 
10 Laura, Lt. Rob. Yetts 
84 Malta, R W. Otway 
T4 Magnificent, G. Eyre 
?4 Majeitic, Mat. Foiter 
F4 MaiToro', Comm.G. Moore 
T4 Mars, W. Lukin 
74 Minotaur, N. Thompfon 
74 Monarch, R, Lee 
'4 Montague, R. H. Moubray 
50 Malabar, John Anfdell 
40 Magr.anitne, Lt. J.Cuthbert 
88 La Melpomene, P. Parker 
38 Milan, Sir Rob.Lawrie, Bt 

36 Mediator, G. W. Blaney 
S6 Mclampus, Edw. Hawker 
36 La Modctte, Hon. G. Elliot 
82 Medufa, Hon. D. Buuverie 
32 Minerva, Rich. Hawkins 
28 Mercury, II. H. Duncan 
24 Matilda, Lt. T. D. Bircaall 
10 Mary, Sir E. Hamilton, Kt. 
10 Medina, P. Bafkervilie 

18 Magnet, G. Morris 

18 A4artin, John Evans 

18 Mercurius. Lt W. Renwick 

18 Minorca, Phipps Hornby 

18 Mofquito, W. Goate 



ATiuitrel, John Hoiliuwjrth 
Mutine, C. M. Fabiaa 
Myrtle, Tno. Innes 
M-.rope, Micii. Dod 
Moleiie, G. G. Lennock 

Mufctte, Lloyd 

Mariner, Lt. Tof. Griffiths 

Martial, Lt. Jof. Marrett 

Minx, Lt. Geo. Le Blanc 

Monkey, Lt. T. Fitzgerald 

Moine Eortunee, J. Rurie 

Mofambique, 

IvluLet, Lt. Rob. Stanley 

Mifietoe, Lt. Rob. Ramlay 

Maria, 

Marie, 

Neptune, Sir T. V/illiams 

Namur, Vice-Ad. Tho. Weils, 

Capt. Rich. Jones 
Northumberland,\VHargood 
Naffau, R. Campbell 
Naiad, T. Dundas 
Niobe, J. W. Loring 
La Nereide, k. Corbet 
La Nymphe, Hon. J. Percy 
NarcuTus, Cha. Malcolm 
Niger, 

Nemefis, P. Somerville 
Nautilus, 

Ned Elvcn, R. O'Connor 
Nightingale, W. Wilkinfon 
Nonpareil, Lt J. Lickcnibn 
Ncrley, 1 ,t Jackfon 
Nile, Lt Simons 
Ocean, Vice-Ad. Lord Col- 

liogwood, Capt. R. Thomas 
Orion, Sir A. (J. Dickfon 
L'Oiieau, Lt. Vv r al. Kennedy 
L'Obfcrvatcur, Rich. Smith 
Ofprey, T Clinch 
Otter, N. Wiiloughby 
Oberon, Geo. Sutton 
Oreftes, J. Lapenotiere 
Oroonoko, Lt j. Holkins 
Onyx, Lt Gill 
Olympia, Lt H«n. Taylor 
Le Pomoce, G. Cockburn 
Pegafe, J. F. Miller 
PJantagenet, "VVm. Bradley 



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7-1 Powerful, F. Pcllew 
74 Prs.ofOrange,Vice-Ad.Geo. 
Campbell, Capt.F.Beauman 
74 Princeft Caroline, C. Pater 
74 Puihant, John Irwin 
64 Panther, 

64 Polyphemus, W, P. Cumby 
64 Prince Frederick, Lt.Orfeur 
64 Prothee, Lt. W. Todnian 
40 La Prtvoyante, Dan.'JVL'Coy 
33 Phaeton, P. B. Pellew 
33 Pitt, Chr. Cole 
38 Pomone, Rob. Bnrrie 
38 Pireftdeot, A. M-Kcnzje 
38 Princei's Charlotte, G.'i obin 
36 Penelope, John Dick 
St> Phcebej 11. Stockpool 
36 Phoenix, Z Mudge 
36 La Pique, Tho. L'fher 
36 Pfyche, 

32 Pallas, Hon. G. F. Seymour 
32 Pearl, Lt. C. Woodger 
32 Proferpine, Cha. Otter 
28 Pegafus, 

28 Princefe, S. Colquitt 
24 Porcupine, 
18 Pandora, H. H. Spence 
Peacock, Wm. Peake 
Pelorus, J. W. King 
Pert, Lt xiob. Prelton 
lg Peruvian, F. Douglas 
18 Peterell, J. Lamborn 
18 Pheaiant, J J. Palmer 
IS Philomel, Geo. Crawley 
18 Pilot, Hon. W. Walpole 

15 Plover, Philip Browne 
18 Pluto, R. Janverin 

Podargus, Vv r . Hellard 
18 Port Mahon, S. Chambers 
18 Primrofe, J. Mein 
18 Procris, J a. M. Gordon 
18 Py lades, G. M. Bligh 

16 Paulina, J. R. Lumley 
16 Pelican, E. H. A. Court 
16 Phipps, 

16 Porpoile, John Porteous 
16 Port d'Efpagne, J. Stewart 
16 Prometheus, 
16 Prudence, 



18 



is 



16 Pultufk, jarhes Pringle 
— Profelyte, H. J. Lay lord 
14 Parthian, J. B. Balderiton 
14 Pelter, Lt. W. Evelyn 
14 Piercer, Lt. John Sibrell 
14 Pincher, Lt. Davis 
14 Protector, Lt.G.Mitchener 
12 Plumper, Lt Wm. Frifl'ell 
16 Paz, Lt. Dan. Pring 
10 Porgey, Lt. H. Gcoid 
10 Prevoft, Lt Slout 
32 Quebec, John Burn 
110 k. George,Yicc-Ad. Sir J.T. 
Duckworth,Capt.R.D.Dunn 
110 RoyalSovercign,Vice-Ad.E 
Thornboro', Capt. D. Colby 
SO Royal William, R-Ad. W. A. 
Otway, Capt.Iion. C. Boyle 
74 Renown, P. C. Durham 
74 Repuiie, Hon. A. K. Legge 
-"4 Resolution, Geo. Burlton 
74 Revenge, Hon. Cha. Paget 
74 Roc heller, Lt. J. Sparkes 
74 Ruffel, r F. G. Caulikid 
64 Raifonable, 
64 Ruby, John Draper 
44 Roebuck, Vice-Ad. B. Dou- 
glas, Capt. R. Curry 
38 Rehitanee, Cha. Adam 
36 La Refolue, Lt. J. Nicholas 
10 Royal Charlotte, E. J. Foote 
— Royal Sovereign, 
18 Racehorie, Wm. Fiflier 
18 Racoon, James Welih 

15 Raleigh, 

18 Recruit, Cha. Napier 
18 Redpole, John Joyce 
18 Redwing, E. A. Down 
18 Ringdove, Geo. Andrews 
18 Rofamond, Ben. Walker 
18 Rife, P. Pip on 
18 Rover, 
18 Royal.Ut, John Maxwell 

16 Railleur 

16 Ranger, Geo. Acklom 
16 Ratler, J. Agaffiz 
16 Ratiefnake, Wm. Flint 
16 Raven, James Grant 
16 Reindeer^ Hen. Boys t 

272 ~ 



10 Rolla, S. Clark 
14 Redbreaft, Lt. Sir G. Leith 
14 Richmond, Lt. J. Walker 
14 Rinaldo, J. Irwin 
12 Rebuff, Lt. C. T. Lever 
12 Redbridge, R. B. Yates 
12 Refolute, Lt. Edw. Harries 
112 Salvador del Mundo, Ad. 
W. Young, Capt. T.Woollcv 
98 St George, Rear-Ad. E. Har- 
vey, Capt. J. Hillyar 
90 Sandwich, Lt. J. Coxwell 
90 Suffex, Lt. Wm. Cockcraft 
84 San Raphael, Lt. Chambers 
80 San Nicholas, Lt. W, Snow 
80 Sans Pareil, 

74 San Antonio, Lt.R.He*cock 
74 San Darnafo, Lt. Thompfon 
74 San Iidefonfo, Lt. E. Harley 
— ban Juan, Lt John Gourlay 
74 San Yiidro, EdW, Hawkins 
74 Saturn, Lt G. Decceurdoux 
4 Le Spartiate, Sir F. Laforey 
74 Spencer, Rear-Ad. R. Stop- 
ford, Capt. J. Quilliam 
74 Suffolk, Lt. Tame! Breincr 
74 Snftan, Edw. Griffith 
I Superb, Rear- Ad.R.G. Keats, 

Capt. Sam. Jackibn 
74 Swiftfure, Vice-Ad. Sir J. B. 

Warren, CEpt. John Conn 
54 Sampfon, LrJ. Watherftone 
54 St Alban's. P. W. Auften 
54 Standard, Tho. Harvey 
54 Stately, \V. Cumberland 
14 Scrapie, W. Lloyd 
58 Salfette, W. Bathunt 
38 Se-ahorit, John Stewart 

■ Shannon, P. B. V. Broke 

38 Mr Francis Drake, C. Sneyd 
58 Spartan, J. Brenton 
38 Statira, R. H. Bromley 

■ Surveillante, Sir G. Collier 
$ La Sybille, C. Upton 

36 Sant.Margarita, WRathbone 
>6 La Seine D. Atkins 

■ Scmiramis, Wm Granger 
36 Sirius, W. Prowfe 

tt St Fiorenzo, 



Solebay, Tho. Brown 
Succefs, John Ayfcpueh 



24 Squirrel, J. Shurtland 



Surinam, H. Higman 
Sappho, Wm. Charlton 

St Chriftopher, — S cob ell 
Samarang, Rich. Buck 
Sapphire, Geo. Davies 
Saracen, James Prevoft 
Scorpion, F. Stanfell 
Scout, W. Rait 
Snake, Tho. Young 
Sparrowhawk, Wm. Pringlc 
Spitfire, John Ellis 
Star, P, A. Collier 
Stork, G. Le Geyt 
Surinam, Tohn Lake 
Swailowj. Milner 
Sabrina, £. Kittoe 
Sarpen, J. Gifford 
Satellite, Rob. Evans 
Savage, Wm. Robilliard 
Serpent, W. S. Hall 
Shark, J. H. Morrifon 
Sheldrake, Jos. Both 
Skylark, H. E. P. Start 
Sparrow, E. Burt 
Speedy, R H. Muddle 
Siiptrieurc, Wm. Ferrie 
Safeguard, Lt Wm. Field 
Sea Flower, Lt P. Stewart 
Sentinel, Lt W. E. King 
Sharpfnooter, Lt J. Goldie 
Snipe, Lt C. Champion 
Spider, Lt Wm. S. Oliver 
Sprightly, Lt S. Gordon 
Starling, Lt Cha. F. Napier 
Staunch, Lt Ben. Street 
Steady, Lt Arthur Stow 
Strenuous, John Nugent 
Swinger, Lc Bligh 
Sandwich, Lt W. J. Foley 
Sheernefs, Lt G. Fox 
Sorloings, Lt J. Murray 
Temeraire, SirCha.Hamilton 
Tonant, Rt Hon Rr.-Adm. 

M. De Courey, Capt. R. T. 

Flancock 
Terrible, Lord II. Paulet 



273 



Theft-us, J. P. Beresford 

Thunderer, John Talbot 

Tigre, B. Hajlowell 

Triumph, Sir T.M.Hardy 

Texel, 

Trident, Rr- Ad. Sir A.J.Ball 

Capt. K. B. Campbell 
Tromp, Tt M. M'Carthy 
Trufty, B. Hodgfon 
Thetis, Geo. Miller 
Thalia, T. Manby 
l.a Topaze, A. J. Griffiths 
Trent, Vice- Ad. J. H. Whit 

flied, Capt. W. Grolett 
Tribune, G. Reynolds 
Tartar, Jos. Baker 
Tcrpiichore, W.A.Montague 
Tourtcrellc, Lt Ja. Young 
Thames, HotiG.Waldcgrave 
Triton, W. Cafhman 
Thifbe, Vice- A dm. Sir H. E. 

Stanhope, Capt. Wm. Rogers 
Toi toifc, Tho. Cook 
Talbot, Hcu. Alex. Jones 
Thais, Iiaac Ferrkres 
Thrufla, Cha. Webb 
Trompeufe, W. B. Dolling 
Tweed, T. E. Symonds 
Thorn, G. Cranfton 
Tifiphone, W. Foote 
Tartarus, F. Mainwarring 
Threffier, Lt Joi. Dornford 
Tigrcfs, 

Trial, Lt Cha. Ranffle 
Terror, Lt T» W. Whitaker 
Trinidad, Lt Cha. Sidley 
UlyfTes, W. Maud k 
Unite, P. Campbell 
Uri Bahar, T. Garth 
Undaunted, T. J. Maling 
Uri Nafard, G. j. Honey 
Unicorn, L. F. Hardyman 
Utile, 



— Unique, Lt rellowes 

14 Urgent, Lt Sir Pet. Rigby 
I JO Ville de Paris, j. S. Garden 
100 Victory, P. Dumarcfq 
74 Valiant, Ga. Haivond 
74 Vanguard, Tho. Baker 
74 Venerable, SirHomePopham 
74 Vengeance, Comm. Hugh 
Downman, Lt A. Gilmour 
64 Vigilant, Lt Wm Semervillc 
SO" Venus, Tho. Briggs 
88 Virginie, E. Brace 
38 Volontaire, C. Bullen 
28 Veftal. E. L. Graham 
22 Volage, P. L. J. RoSenhagen 
18 Victor, Tho. Groube 
16 Vulture, M. White 
10 Vdfuvitts, Alex. Cunningham 

14 Vixen, Lt Mayion Wright 
12 Virago, W. R. Pcrtman 

10 Vefta, Lt Wm. B. Menos 

— Vigilant, I .t NichoILn 

— William, J. Foxton 

74 Warrior, J. W. Spranger 
74 Warfpite/HonH.Blackwood 
44 Woolwich, F. Beaufort 
36 Weymouth, S. Trounce 
32 Wiihelmina, Cha. Foote 
22 Winchelfca, Lt T. S. Ofmer 

— Wm & Ma ry, T. F Fremantle 

15 Weazle, Hen. Prefcott 
18 Wolf, -Waller 

18 Wolvere ne, j. Simpfon 

16 Wanderer, Crotton 

lo' Wizard, Abel Ferris 

14 Wrangler, Lt J. B. Pettet 

10 Weazle, Lt Jos. Williams 

74 York, Rob. Barton 

64 Yarmouth, 

74 Zealous, T. Boys 

64 Zeeland, 

18 Zenobia, A. R. Mackenzie 

12 Zebra, T. R. Toker 



State of the British NA\'Y-—S£>ips in commission, 161 of the 
line, 25 from 50 to A% 182 frigates, 168 sloops, and 804 gun-brigf. 
In ordinary, 50 of the line, IQfrem 50 to 44, 59 frigates t 47 sloops, 
and 26 gun-brigs~, l&c. Building, 50 vf the line, 18 frigates, 20 sloop 
Umdl gvn-brig:: x '<Sc. Total 1117 sh'ips if ivar. 



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ADMIRALS of the ROYAL NAVY. 
Vifcount Bridpokt, Vlce-Ad^irA of Great Britain 
Hon. Wm CoRNWALUS, Rear- A.tmiral if Great Britain 
Eh. Chamber- jSiv Tho. Graves FLD.E. Darby 

layne 
Philip Patton 



Adms. (Red.) 
Nich. Vincent 

Hon.RobDigb; 
Vifc. Bridport 
Sir Cbal. Ogle 
Vifc. Hood 
SirRieh.Hughe 
Lord liotham 
Lord B^rham 
Eari St Vincent 
|Sam. Cor; din 
D. of Clarence 
(SirRich 



frho. 

[Sylv. 



. M. Ruii'el E. Bowatcr 
jx>. Moriarty Geo.Palmer 
iir C. Is I. Pole [Sir H. Trollope W. OB. Drury 
John L-Douglas'SirHEStanhopc Wm Eflingtou 
W'niSwiney JRob. M'Douail JoknM'Dougall 
James Alms 
Eliab Harvey 
John Peyton 
Sir Edm. Nagle 



Ho- WmCor^^rCHKiiowksJArthur Phillip SirRJ.Btrachan 
IHon.T. Paken-SirW. G.Fairfax Sir W.S.Smith 
Sirja-Saumarez Tho. Sotheby 



Cha.Ed. Nugent Uiily Doaglas 
C. P. Hamilton (John Wickey 
Edmund Dod [John Flih 
oir Cha. Cotton jjohn Knight 

John Thomas ! n ™*f- 

Tames Brine Fice-Ad.xs. Blue. John . W ells 
Sir Eraf. Gower ISampf. Edwards Rich. Grindall 
TlowlTo. Hollow ay Get.. Campbell Geo. Martin 
iMwelTlOeo. Wilfon JHen.Frankland Sir A. J. Ball 



waffis 

Cha. Buckner 
Lord Gardner 



ham 
Rob. Deans 
LdCoIlingwood 
Adms. {White) |j a . H.Whitfhed 
Wm P WilliamsJArthur Kempe 
Sir Jo. Coipoys Smith Child 
Sken\ LutwidgeLord Lecale 
Geo. Montagu jTho. Taylor 
Lord Keith Sir J.Tho! Duck- 
James Pigott worth 
Lord Radftoke vSir Rob. Calder 
JTho.M'Kenzie ija. Rich.Dacres 
SirRogerCurtis Hon.GBerkeley 
SirHen.Harvey|rho. Weft 
Rob. Man (James Douglas 

Sir Geo. Young Peter Aplin 
j John Henry I 
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Hid. Drury ,Edw. O'Bryen 
AHiem. Bertie JNathanBrunton 
E. of Northefk jWm H. Kelly 
Tames Vafnon John Schank 
SirWHDouglas 'Hon. Mich. De 
Tho. Wells ! Courcey 
Sir E. Pellew |Wm Bentinck 
Paul Minchin 



Sir Ifaac Coffin 
John Aylmer 
am. Osborn 
Rich. Boger 



•AIca. Gratme 

Aims. (Blue) 
Ifaac Prefcott 
John Bazely 
Tho. Spry 
Sir John Orde 
Wm Yoang 
Lord Gambler 



Rear- Adms, Red. 
f. Faulknor 
f. C. Purvis 
Fheoph.Jones 
Vice- Ads. White. Wm Domett 
Henrv Savage jWm Wolseley 
iB.bam. Rowley [John Manley 
Sir RBickerton Geo. Murray 
Geo. Bow en (John Sutton 
ip,ob. Montagu Rob. Murray 
(John Fergufon Hon.SirACoch 
'Edw. Edwards rane 
'Sir J BWarnn John Markham 
!e.T. Smith |Sir Cha. Stirling 



P.DeAuvergne 
I John Hunter 
Fran. Pender 
Wm A. Otway 
GeoLum^daine 
sir Sam. Hood 
Hen. Nicholls 
Herb. Sawyer 

Rear- Adms. Blue 
David Gould 
R. G. Keates 
R. D. Fancourt 
F.dw. Fuller 
Hou.R.Stopford 
M. Robinfon 
T. R. Shivers 
Cha. Cobb 



F. Piekmors 
1. S. Hall 
John Dilkes 
Wm Lechmere 
Tho. Foley 
Cha. Tyler 
R. C. Reynolds 
Rob. Watfon 
A. H. Gardner 
Manly Dixon 
Ceo. Lofack 
Wm Mitchell 
Geo. Hart 
Thus Bertie 

Eitperatinuaied 

Rsar- Admirals . 

Sir D. Dent 
Tho Shirley 
S. Thompfon 
Sam. Uvedale 
R«b. Keeler 
Cha. Ellys 
Rich. Smith 
Jos. Norwood 
Phil. Carteret 
Evelvn Sutton 
Ales, Scott 
John Reid 
7 as. Worth 
W.Doddingfton 
Hon T. Windier 
S. W. Clayton 
Tho. Gaborian 
Rob. Simington 
Jiihn Kendall 
David Grave-} 
William Fox 
James Pradby 
Sir C. Fortefcut 
Alex. Edgar 
Tho. Boil on 
Rich. Graves 
Alex. Chri'ltie 
Tho. Rawe 
John Graves 
Cha. Sandys 
J. P. Fortefcue 
W. Chambers 



J. Boyle 

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avid Lairde 
TGoldiborough 
Wm. Heath 
Dav. Stow 
Ifa. Smith 
J of. Peyton 
James Kinneer 
Abra. Guyot 
Tames Dundas 
Li. Hunter 
John Trigge 



CAP PAINS 

Lam. Brabazon 

Row. Bulteel 
Wm Luke 
I. G. Manley 
John Ofborne 
Edm. Crawley 
Chas Bovles 
Sir T. Williams 
'I'hos Hamilton 
SirTThompfon 
Geo. Counteis 
Tn Langharne 
Jer. Beale 
Henry Warre 
Wm Hargood 
G. Gregory 
John Ferrier 
Rich. Bury 
Rob. Moorfom 
Ifc Schomberg 
Sir C. Flamikon 
Henrv Curzon 
Wm Bligh 

1791. 
L. W. Halfbead 
E. O. Ofborn 

179"!. 
rSir H. Nale 
Sir & Yorke 
A. K. L;gge 
Fr. Fayermvi 
Earl Galloway 
P. F. Preraantft 



Sir R. BarloAv 
Sir F. Lal'orey 
P. C. Durham 
Iirael Pellew 
Alex. Frafer 

B. Hallowell 
Geo. Hope 
LdA.Beauclerk 
Wm Taylor 

J. N. Morris 

C. Cunningham 
Geo. Burdon 
Wm Brown 
Hon. G. Grey 
P. B. Martin 
John Lawford 
Frank Sot heron 
Chas Craven 
Fhos Woliey 
W. Hope 1794 
Lord RPauiet 
C.W.Paterfon 
G. Cockburn 
Pho. Surridge 
S.H.'Linz^e 
Pho. Graves 
jas Carpenter 
Rob. Barton 
Graham Moore 
M. H. Scott 
Jof. Planwell 
H.WBayntun 
Hn.F. Gardner 
Wrn Carthew 
Sir Rich. King 
Ed. Griffith 
E. j. Foote 
Rich Lee 

H Towry 
Wm Bradiy 
[a,Parquharfon 
Tas Newman 
yvmPicrrenont 
W.E.Cracraft 
R.GMiddleton 
James May 
"eter Halkefc 
?m Bedford 



John Harvey 
H. Hotham 95 
Geo. Burlton 
C. D. Pater 
Percy Frafer 
John Dawfon 
Sir H. Popham 
jofius Rowley 
Hon.C. Herbert 
Fd Col. ring ton 
Geo. Pai-ker 
Wm Charleton 
Rt Plampin 
Fred. Wackins 
Cha. Patton 
L Gower 
]ohn Draper 
H. Blackwood 
Jn E. Douglas 
"eo. Byng 
Ross Doaelly 
LP.Beresford 
Wm Edge 
In Monkton 
H. L. Ball 
Cha. White 
Fhos Eyles 
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'thos Rogers 
S. J. Ballard 
Rob. Rolla 
W. G. Lobb 
Alex. Wilfon 
James Bowen 
John Cooke 
Walt? r Lock 
Henry Jenkins 
David Milne 
Geo. Dundas 
femes Young 
a.Macnamara 



iSt, Poymz 
James Hardy 
Edw. Roc 
Tfeas Pearfe 
Hon.J. Colville 
ijohn Cochet 
SirA. Dickfon. 
IRt Redmttl 
Rt Winthrop 
H. Digby 
Cha. Ekins 



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Joan Pnihps 
Rich. Wordey 

1798. 
John Cleland 
^ P. Holies 
Hen.Heathcott 
T. R. Watfon 
A. F, Evans 
E. W. Owen 
G. J. Shirley 
R. R. Bowyer 
G. F. Ryves 
D. Atkins 



Don. Campbell |P. Wodehoufe T. G. Cauifield 



Rt W. Otway 
Rich. Dacres 
Thos WeftaKQ 
Temple Hardy 
J. W. Spranger 
John Barrett 
Wm L>ukin 
ShukL Peard 
Ed i'ellowes 

1796. 
R.kLA.Bennet 
W. T. l>ake 
Cha. Ogle 
Henry Raper 
W. C. Fa hie 
George Eyre 
Geo. Andrews 
Rob. Lambert 
Jot. Bingham 
R. D. Oliver 
D. A. Preilon 
Man Dobfon 
Thomas Boys 
J. C. Searle 
Sam. Brooking 
SirC.Brifbane 
John Talbot 
Rob. Larkan 
Cha. Stuart 

iohn Hallidav 
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. Irwin 
Vi Rutherford 
John Weft 



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179-. 
And. Smith 
W. Broughton 
T. Steverdbn 
Ed Marih 
Sir E. Berr7 
Wxn Prowfe 
W. Bowen 
Lord M. Kerr 
T. M. Waller 
J. A. Wood 
I'hos Harvey 
R.H.Moubray 
H. R. Glvnn 
John Eiigh 
Peter Puget 
ThoElphinilon j 
SirE.Hamikon |R. Fitzgerald 
T. Baker Vise. Newark 

Hen. Evans Jonah Nifbett 
Sam. Sutton jThos Bowen 
Hon. C. Boyle IT. Stephenfon 
Wm Ogilvy |V. Ballard 
SirRob.Lawrie H. Downman 
Sir W.H. Gage T. B. Capel 
John Maitland Wm Hanwell 
Ifaac Woiley 1799- 

J. Miller (John Crawley 



johnHamitead 
Geo. Scott 
Thos Dundas 
Geo. Fowke 
J. K. Shepard 
R. H. Pearfon 
S. P. Fcrfler 
George Artie 
J. T. Rodd 
f. B. Hay 
L. O . Bland 
Sir T. Hardy 
W.Cumberlanci 
Rob. Cuthbert 
G. E. Hamond 
R. Honeyman 
Rich. Reralick 
Earth. Tames 



Stair Douglas 
Wm Cuming 
fas Walker 
Hon. C. Paget 
Rt Campbell 
R. Williams 



; I'hos Manby 
jtas O'Eryen 
David Llojd 
Wm Sanderfon 
Rich. Mitfon 
Rich. Raorwt 



JohnMackeHer 
James Qug&ton 
Geo. Barker 
Chas Adam 
John Stiles 
Rd William? 
Mich. Halliday 
Wm Granger 
J. C. White 
Cha. Campbell 
Geo. White 
AdMacken2ie 
James Ofwaid 
Francis Vefey 
Henry Garret 
Nath.Portloek 
vValt. Bathurft 
A. Dnimmond 
Lord W.Stuart 
Robert Hall 
Thos Sparke 
Robert Lloyd 
V/rnOrofvenor 
;'n Chesfhyre 

1 '600. 
SirTLivingfton 
L. Hardyman 
C Laroche 
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Robert Mends 
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Rob. Philpot 
P. Campbell 
N. Thompfon 
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Cha.Wollaiton And. Sproul 

WraChampain J. W. Lorin 

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Wm Waller 

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John Winne 
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Rich. Pellowe 
John Dick 
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George Saver 
Rob. Manfel 
Chas Tinling 
P. B.V. Broke 
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F. L. Maitland 
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j.F. Devonfhire ijohn Nafti 
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G. H. Dundas !E.H.Columbine Sam. Mottley 
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Geo. Reynolds Ed O'Brien 
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C. J. Nefham Arch. Dickfon 
Chas Bullen Clotw. Upton 
John Wight W.RTremlett 
H. F. Edgell Lord Falkland 
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J. H. Bright 

Dep. Pay masters 
Wm Seward 
F. H Flight 
E. Parke 
Geo. Varlo 

Surgeons, 
Dun. Skinner 
j. Rickman 

John Magin 
JohnAnderfon 



R. MARINE ARTILLERY. 
Captajm, R. Jefrries 
R. Williams G. Vinicombe 
T. Abernethie G. E. Balchild 
Wm Minto W. Moorfom 
r. A. Parke |. Wilfon 
j.Montgomerie J. P. Biffet 
R.T. Dyer 
J. Walker 

Oj Lieut s. 
G. P. Carroll 
R.C Steele 
A. J. tvioore 
.T.SiBeauchant 
\vXempfter ]ohn Maule 

P.J Percxval f H . Stephens 

H'Va f, ■ Ko.Besant 
A. R. VYoidnge;^. 

]. Lawrence 



1st Lieut;. 
R Parry 
C. F.Burton 
J. H. Harnfon 
T. L. Laurence 
Tho. Worth 



Thomas Lee 

„ H. A. Napier 

tV < L / a }? odl W. H. Devon 
D. Anderion 



Lieut, in sec. 

Wm Robttifori 

J. Buckland 



Jclincr-AJj. 

W.H.Kempiter 



Officers ret' '•■■"/ on fnll Pay, o, 

account of Services , Xcfc. 
Coloncls-Com. Hugh Itawcs 



1 W.S.John itoil 
It. Bdwr.tiT 
1 Li-CJs. 
[Edw. Hill 

JVIajors 
Sam. Bigg 



G. F. Wingrove 
,Wm. Pat.ton 
Arth. Bail. 
,'J Jio. Colby 
R. D. 1 orfter 
[James Weir 



Rob. Anderion Tho. Young 
Lt Cols. h Bret: Tho. Hop^r 
Hor. Spry John SimpTon 

Tho, Archbold John V ictor 
q j5,n :Wm. Buchan 

" Captains ! A. J. Tregent 
Wm. Shairp (James Knox 
Fran, Lindfay iHen. Hodga 
Benj. Weir 'la. Jarume 
S.mi.Straniham ■ Wm. Clements 
C. B. Money Wm. Bafliam 
r'ha Defbrifoy Sir A. Gerrard 
a Stewart Capi. L':cu-. 



:, lacaamara JHenry R.ea 



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TABLE OF THE WEATHER. 
The following Table, conftrucfted by the celebrated Keres 
ichel, upon a philosophical confideration of the Attraction of 
:he Sun and .Moon, in their ieveral pofitions refpeeling the Earth 
md confirmed by the experience of many years adtual obferva- 
:ion, will without trouble fuggeft to th« obferver what kind 
)f weather will merit probably follow the moon's entrance 
nto any of her quarters, and that fo near the truth, that in very 
:ew inftances it will be found to fail. 



A r ^u or Full Mocn. 



If it be a new or 
full moon, or the 
moon enters into 
the firft or lift 
quarter, at the hour 

of 12 noon 

Or between the 

hours of 

2 & 4 

4 .. 6- 



Summer. 



10 



10 

Midnight 



Midnight 2 



2 . . 


. . 4 


4 


f. 


6 8 


8 10 



10 



12 Noon 
tfence, the nearer 



}> Very Rainy. 



Changeable. 
Fair. 



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air if wind N.W. 
liny if S. or S. 



Ditto. 
Fair. 

Fair. 

fCold with fre- 
l cjuent .Showers 

Rain. 

Wind & Rain. 

Changeable. 



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N. 

h 



Fair & MilcL 
fair. 

r air and Froft 
or N.E. Rain 

ix Snow if S. or 

W. 
Ditto. 

Fair <5c Frofty. 
Hard Froft, *ra- 
lefs Wind S. or 



Snow and Stormy. 

Pino. 
St ormy. 

{"Cod Rain if W. 
Snow if E. 
j Cold with high 
I Wind. 



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\_ Showers. 

fchfc time of the Moon's entrance at full, 

■m?e, and quartern, is to Midnight, (that is, within two hours 

■ bre 'and after midnight) the more f a r the weather is in fum- 

>"• but the nearer to Noon the lefs fair — alfo the toon's cn- 

.n.v at full, change, and quarters, during fix of th ■ afternoon 

. : viz. from four to ten, may be followed by tm weather, 

-is is njdftly dependent on the wind. The Moon's en- 

p in all the hours after midnight, except the two, firftis un • 

vourahle to fair weather. The like nearly may be c-biej ved it) 



296 



INDEX. 



SCOTLAND. 

Admiralty, Court of page 96 
Advocates, Faculty pf 97 

Firft Clerks IOI 

Antiquaries, Society if 111 

Archers, Ro\al 1 26 

Afmlly, General 123 

Hank of ' Scotl. \ff Brandies 1 14 

Royal ib. 

, L~eit& 116 

Bankers in Edinburgh ib. 

Baronets cf Scotland 89 

Beneficent Society 1 26 

Britijh Peers 84 

Britifi Limn Cojnpany 115 

Britijh Seciety 121 

Burgh Ijf Parocb. Schcolm. 120 
Caledonian Hunt 111- 

Carriers ^3 

Ccfs, County Colletlors of II 3 
Chancery, Court of 93 

Chamb. cf Commerce, Edin. 107 
Charity IVorkboufe Il8 

Clergy of Scotland I32-53 

College cf Phyficians 

cf Surgeons 

Co?mnif»ry Court 



Cormnlffiaries in Country 
Convention of Boroughs 
Croivn Officers 
Ci'Roms, Board of 
Ch'rurj. Society cf Edin. 
Commiff for Lighting 
Dean of Guild Court 
Difpenfary, Public 
Exchequer, Court cf 
Excife, Board of 
Fiars 
Fairs 

Free Mafons, 
Golfers, Company ?/" 
PlofcbolJoj-p.ofW, 
Highland Society 
High Cmftnble* 
Mioh School, &.C. 
tiotpitaJ, 



132 
127 
128 

IOI 

102 

108 
92 

III 
126 

128 

102 
"9 

95 
IC9 

48 

49-55 

**3 

126 

93 

120 

107 

ic8 

117-18 



Hack, 



ey Coach Fures 
Chairs 



Indufrious Blind Sosiety 1 1 8 
Infirmary, Royal P a g e XI 9 

Insurance Offices 
Agents 



Juridical Society 
Jujliciary, Court of 
King's Houfehold, &C. 
Lords Lieutenant 
Mid-Lothian 



Lyon Court 
lunatic Afy'um 
Lying-in Hcfp'-ta! 
Literary Society, Edin. 
Lieut, of the City cf Edin. 
Magdalen Afylum 
Magi ft rates of Edinburgh 
Merchant Comp^iny 
Mefftngets at Arms 
Militia of N. Britain 
Mint, nicer s cf 
Nat. Hif. Iff Cbern. Soc. 
Officers of State, iffc. 
Parliament, Members cf 
Peerage 
Peers, 1 6 S+ots 
Public Offices 
Police, Court of 
Pojl Office, General 



Il6 
ib. 

122 

9S 

92 
124 
129 
102 
121 
119 
126 
120 
118 

IOO 

108 
103 

262 

93 
126 

93 

1 74 



Pojl 1 owiSf X5~c. 
Property-Tax Commiff. 
Provincial Banks 
Roads through Scotland 



87 
ic5 
107 
113 

42 
108 

"5 

28-32 



RoyalEdin. Folunteers,\j'i. 266 

Royal Society 

Royal Academy 

Rov I Pbyjical Society 

Seilion, Court of 

Sefflcn Clerk's Office 

Sheriff Office 

Sheriffs Debute 

Sheriff SulJ}. Iff Clerks 

Sm<ul Debt Court 

Signet, Writers to the 

Soc. prop. Cbrijl. Knotvl. 



121 

12 2 

to 

94 
107 

ib. 
124 
125 
102 

98 

1+0 



Solicitors bef. Sup. Courts 
It if. Courts 



Synod, Buigber Affociate 

r Eeikf 

— Anfiburgher 

Sons of Clergy Society 

Speculative Society 

Staff Officers, N'. Britain 

Sc-itch J&pifcopal Church 

Stage C aches from EJinb. 

St^p Office 

Stamps, Dffribu'ors of 

Stent Majfers 

Stocks, price if 

Surv. of Taxes, County 

Sahfcr'iption Library, Edin 

fable of the IVeather 

Tax and Cefs Office 

Taxes 

Tiend Court 

Tr u flees for Fijheries 

Trfk cs'fr Minifl. IVid. 

Un^u -rfeiei 

Window and Hotfe Duties 

ENGLAND. 

Admiralty Office 
Arrival', t°fc. 
Agriculture, Board of 
'Army, Lift of 
Artillery 

Archfrfcops and Bijfapt 
Bank of England 
Committee ef Council 
C.of'uU Ahro :i d 
Cha?>ccrv, Co-trt cf 
Chefea HfSJtal 
Sommons, Hoif- of 
Common Pleas, Court of 
Moms 

Capta'n:, Royal Navy 
Envineerj 
Brcf 

Exchequer, Receipt cf 
, Court cf 



Foreign Minijle 
General &■ Field Officers 
G&vjrnors of Garrfons 
Greeewiil Bfpitl 



ICO 
10 I 

154 
155 

156 
118 

128 

158 

37 
112 

"5 
108 

295 

"3 

, 12,1 

296 

112 

55 

95 

120 

120 

131 

56-7 



177 

275 
180 
192 

2 CO 

168 
180 
179 

m 

179 
181 
169 
179 
180 
276 
199 
180 

177 
179 
181 

i->6 
194 
181 



Heralds College 
King's Hoaf-hold, & e . 
Kind's Bench, Court of 
Knights of the Garter 

Whiffle 

-Bath 



Lancajler, Duchy C*urt of 

Londm, Lord Mayor ^ Izfc. 

Minifers Abroad 

Marines 

Military College 

Mint, Officers of 

Maflers an I Com. R. N. 

Navy Royal 

Navy Bay Office, JsV. 

Ordnance, Board of 

Peera?e, Brilifh ' 16 

Pof-Office 

Privy Council 

Privy Seal 

Royal Family 

P. of Wales' Hovfehold 

Queens Houfehold 

Rangers of Forejfs 

Secretaries of State 

Staff Officers 

Siamp office 

Ireafury 

Un'verftths 

War Office 

IRELAND. 
Arcbhifhofs iff Bifheps 
Bank of Ireland 
Court of Chancery 

— King's Bench 

Comn.on Picas 

Admiralty 

Commffioners of Excife 
Qommifponers of Cifloms 
Governors of Forts 
Kniahts of'St Patrick 
Members of Parliament 
Peerage 

... Reprefentative 

Officers of State, &C. 
Staff Officers 



I78 

159 
179 
178 

ib. 

ib. 
179 
180 
181 
*93 
193 
179 
290 
267 
177 
193 
3-68 
180 
162 
1-76 

159 
161 
160 
161 

176 

193 
180 
176 
181 
177 



x8j 
187 
187 
187 

ib, 

ib. 

ib. 

ib. 

186 

175 
182 
16% 
186 
193 



East Indi \ Liht3 388-91 



eiasaoto list?* 



i. EiVi. ") 

srftnr*, Efg.. S- Mei 
ood, Efq. J • 



chant Bail: 



mes Mackenzie 
Sues Denni3 un 



.hn Strang 
harks Houfhold 
■eorge Lyon. 



MAGISTRATES aad TOWN COUNCIL of GLASGOW. 

JAMES BLACK, Efr. Lord Provcfi 

William Glen 

Gcorgs Rather: 

Jsfhua Hey wood 

John BalUntine, Efq. -1 Trade ^ BaiUks 

Rob. Waddell, Efq. J 

John Hamilton, Efq. Dean of Guild 

William. Brand, Efq. Beacon Convenor 

James Cleland, Treasurer -1 Coun( vi lcrs ex officiis 

Richard Smeilie, Mafter of V. or* J 

James Sprsul, Efq. City Chamberlain 

Robert Tennent, BailUe of tie River and Filth of C'.yie 

George Lyon, depute do. 

John Berry, Baillie of Gorbals 

Thomas Graham, -j Re;lien: Baiffie? of Gorbals 

William Thomfon, J 

John Mcnfcu. BaUiie of Provan 

John Barr, BaiHie of Fort-d- '/ 

Alex. Galloway, Vifitor of ttattjmen 

James Redcie. firii Town Cle.k 

Richard Henderfon, fecond do 

Robert Thomfon, third do. 

John Bennet, Procurator Fifcal 

John Gardner, Town's Surveyor 

A. Hcuftoun, Shoremafier at the fcoomiclaw 
Merchant Councilors 
Robert Carried Robert M'Nair Lau. DinxiiMLe 

___ _____ John Laurie Henry Monteitb. 

Daniel M'Kenzie Nicol Brown Jufc> Berry 

Trades Counfsllors 
Robert Robertion Robert Auftin Wi'.'iam Brand 
Robert Teaueat Walter ffergafon John Graham 
William Telfer Robert Ferrie 



John Hamilton, Efq. Dean ci Guild 

from Merchants' Houfe 
Henry Monteith 
William Aitken 
Richard Dick 

H. Cameron, Officer 



DEAN of GUILD COURT. 

Lau. Craigie, Efq. Sub-Dean of Guild 
From Trades' Houfe 
1 Robert Auftin 
j Bafil Ronald 

William Rodger 
I Mathew Park 
Held every Thurfd.-.y at eleven o'r'^ck, A.M. 



John Hamilton, Efq. Dean of Guild 



hn Laurie 

abert Carrick 
Ircbibald Smith 
lenry Glafsford 
#hn Gordon 
. Buchanan, Ardoch 
ames Robertfon 
^irkman Finlay 



MANAGERS of the MERCHANTS' HOUSE. 

Lau. Craigie. Efq. Sub-Dean of Guild 
i Alexander Campbell iNicol Brow n 
James Buchanan John More 

Thomas Hopkirk William Muir 
Adam Crooks Henry U mtekh 

Francis Garden ArchibaldWallace 

Michael Muirhead John Swanflon 
Cunningham Corbet John Wardrop 
Robert M'Nair Richard Dick 

Daniel M'Kenzie William Aitken 



James M Kenzie 
James Denniftoun 
Alexander Of.vald 
James Hopkirk 
John M'Caul 
Robert Den niftoun 
David Connel 
John Douglas 



1 ames Fi' L CoUeflor. 

E e 



•John Maxwell. Clerk. Hueb Cameron. Officer 



d25 



MANAGERS of the TRADES' HOUSE. 



William Brand, Esq. Convenor 
John Ballantine, 
Robert Wadde 



M;]™"** 1 * 



Hammermen William Telfer 

A. Bonthron, Deac. George Smith 

Wm . Halbert Geo. D uncan 

George Lyon James Blythe 
Wm. Aird Maltmen 

James Gray jun. AI. Galloway, Vifit. 

John Machen J. Gardner, jun. 

Taylors John Tennent 

fas. Elliot, Deac. Robert Tennent 

John Am our James Hunter 

William Dunlop Rob. Hunter 
John Lockhart Weavers 

John Lilburn John M'Nair, Deac. 

ijames Hay l'ho. Alfton 

j Cordiners Arch. Newbigging 

'John Gentle, Deac. Robert Eafton 
WlB. Skinner Bakers 

David Gilmotsr,Deac. 
John Ritchie, Chaplain. Benj. Mathie, Cleric 



Robert Hood, Collector 
Robert Auftin, late Convenor 
William Rodger, late Collector 



R. Wotherfpoon 
John Graham 

Skinners 
Geo. Meikle, Deac. 
John Howie 
Bafil Ronald 

Wrights 
Rob. Millar, Deac. 
Hob. Brownlie 
Jas. Cleland 

Coopers 
Alex. Miller, Deac. 
John Arthur 
Rob; Robertfon 

Flemers 
Thorn. Reid, Deac. 
Mat. Watfon 



John Scouler 
Mafons 
D. Hamilton, Deac, 
Mat. Park 
An. Brocket 

Gardeners 
Rob. Wilfon, Deac 
R. Campbell 
James Wilfon 
Barbers 
Wm. Auld, Deac. 
D. Campbell 
C. Crawford 
Dyers 
John Glaf», Deac 
Alex. Gray 



William Logie, Officer 



MANAGERS OF GLASGOW ROYAL INFIRMARY 



Lord Provoft 
!Mem. of Parliament 
Dean of Guild 
lOeacon Convenor 
JDr. Freer 
Dr. Jeffray 
Dr. Rich. Miller 
Meffrs. Rt. Cov 



Baillie Dennifton 
Daniel M'Kenzie 
Baillie J. Ballantine 
ProfeiTor Jardine 
James Monteath. 
William Dunlop 



John M' Arthur 
James Duncan 
Kirkman Finlay 
Baillie Nicol Brown 
John More 
Or. Rob. Cleghorn 



James Hopkirk 
John Swanlton 
Arch. Wallace 
William Aitken. 



G. M'Leod, Jn. Sten- 
j houfe, and Wil. Anderson, Surgeons 
W. Lindfay, Secretary and Clerk 
[John Allan, Apothecary and Chaplain 



DIRECTORS OF 

Irrincipal of the College 
JVrofcflbr of Divinity 
iRev. Dr. William Porteous 
Rev. Dr. Robert Balfour 
Rev. Dr. Taylor, St. Enoch 



Dr. Miliar and Dr. Balmanno, Phyficians. 



George Monteath, Phyfician's Clerk 
Gabriel de Lys, Surgeon's Clerk 
Mifs Stewart, Matron 
Archibald M'llraith, Porter 



•ULLAR's CHARITY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 



Rev. Dr. John Lockhart Robert Brown 

Rev. Dr. Stevenfon MacGill William Walker 

Elders Robert Pirrie 

Dr. Couper Alexander Wilfon 

StewartTelfer John Mitchell 

Rev. Dr. Alexander Rankin'CharlesStewart 
( Mrs. Rutherford, fewing— J. Bair, Englifli, writing, arithmetic, and the princi 
pfcs of the christian religion. Allan, Music. 



PUBLIC OFFICES IN GLASGOW. 
City Clerks' Chambers, at the Crofs-.J. Reddie,R. Henderfon, and R.Thomfon, Clerks 
j Procurator Fifcal Office, fame place— John Bennet 

iChambcrlain's Office, Spieul'sback land, Trongate— James Spreul, Chamberlain 
lSherifrcierk'sOffice,50,Wilfon-llr.-D. Hamilton, SherirTSubftitute,H.Kerr,CleikDep. 
(Matter of Work's Office, Dunlop-ftreet— Richard Smellie 

iCommiffioners for Income Tas, office 4S, Dunlop-ftr., and Port-office court, Trongat 
(Surveyor of Taxes, office, IS, St. Andrew 's Lane, Gallowgate- -Andrew Bald, Surveyor 
(Surveyor of Taxes— C.Hamilton, 43 Argyle-ftreet 
jstamp Office, 80, Trongate— Thomas Graham, Diftributor 
Seffion Clerk's Office, 17 Charlotte-ftreet— William Walker, Clerk 
jTreafurer for the General Seffion, office , Duke-ftreet— John Watfon 
[Seffion Clerk for the Barony Parifh, office, IP, St. Andrew's Square-Clugfton, Clerk 
jGlafgow Water-works, 13, Trongate—David Denny, fecretary 
| niton Hill Water-work, 60, Hu tchefon -ftreet— Arch. Bogle, Agent 

Z> 326 



lewfpaper Offices: GlaJgpw Courier, at the Crols--Will>am Reid & Co. 

Herald,andCommercialAdvertifer,44,BeU.ftr.-.S.Hunter&Co. 

Journal, Prince's Street-William Tait 

Weft em Star, Tontine Clufs, MennoPS, Napier & Co. 



MINISTERS. 



rincipal William Taylor, High Church 
(r.Rubert Balfour, Eait or Outer High 
William Porteous, St. George'sChurch 
, Gibb, St. Andrew's 

>r. William Taylor, St. Enoch's 
>r. Alexander Ranken, North Weft 
>r. SUvenfon Macgill, Laigh Church 
)r. John Lockhart, College 
ohnM'Leod, -, f _. 

. Williamfon, J v 
ames M'Lean, Gorbals 
>r. John Burns, Barony 
latthew Graham, Calton 
[. Mul'chett, Shettlefion 
oha Love, Anderfton 

M ; Laren, Gaelic Chapel 
. M'Kenzie, New Gglic Chapel 



Alexander Pine, & J. Dick, Eurgh. meet 
iam Kidfton,do. Campbell -iireet 

William Watfon, do. Campbell-ftreet 

Robert Muter, Antiburgher meeting 

John Mitchel, do. Anderfton, 

JohnBrodie, Relief meeting 

Robt. Brodie, do. Campbell-ftreet 

John Watfon, do. John-ftreei 

IHam Thomfon,do. HutchefouTown 

James Stewart, Anderfton 

G. Ewicg, Tabernacle 

Wardlaw, Albion-vtreet Cbapel 
«_ Reformed Frefb. Calton 



W. Routiedge, Epilcopal Chapel 
A. Jamiefon, Scotch Epifcopal 
Andrew Scott, Roman Catholic 



FACULTY of PHYSICIANS and SURGEON; 
Dr. Nimmo, Prefes 

J as. M'Nifn, Vifitor — John Gibfon, Collector 
Andrew Ruffel and Dr. Panton, Box Mafiers 
Dr. Robert Couper, Seal Keeper 
Dr. Thomas Brown, Librarian J. Hill, Clerk 

MEMBERS. 



obert Wallace 
)r. Peter Wright 

lexander Dunlop 
jharles Wilfone 
ohn Jamiefon 
ames Monteath 
Vrchibald Young 
Villiam Couper 



John Riddell 
John Scruton 
Dr. Rob. Cleghorn 
James Towers 
William Penman 
William Anderfon 
John Hoome 
Dr. James Jeffrey 



John Burns 
Dr. Robert Freer 
John Grieve 
Mofes Gardner 
William Dunlop 
John M'Arthur 
Dr. John Balmanno 
Dr. J. Cerkindale 



Hugh Miller 
Dr. Andrew Ure 
George M'Leod 
John Stenhoufe 
John Dick 
Dr. John Baird 
Dr. King 
William Cullen 



clerks 



BAN 

SHIP BANK, 610, ArgyU-ftreet 
Robert Carrick,-| cafh . ers _ 
Michael Rowan, J 

John Marfhal, John M f Aulay, accomptant5 
lames Edmond, teller 
Wm. 
Alex. 
Thorn 
Geo 

John Crofoie, porter 
ROYAL BANK, 30,'St. Andrew's fqu 
John More,cafhier 
David Stirling, accomptant 
Rob. Bell, "^ 

. Donaldfon, jun. } 
John Frafer, 
Richard Braimer, 
Alexander Mein, 
Edward Fairiie, 
James Peters, 

Ee s 



Clerks in the ac. 
cou.pUut's office 



K S. 

John Cunningham, 

Walter Wood, 

Alex. Teterkin 

Jas. Richardfon, 

William Haliday, James Dick, porters 

THISTLE BANK., 55, Virginia-ltreet 
John Alfton, cafhier 

J. Kemp, and J. Kemp jun. accomptants. 
R. Duncan, and A. Gilchrift, tellers 
William Morifon, porter 

PAISLEY BANK, 17, Trongate 

Archibald Hamilton & Son, agents 

PAISLEY UNION BANK, 15, Ingram-fU 

Andrew Templeton, agent 

BRITISH LINEN COMPANY, 50,Glaff- 
ford-ftreet 

Gilbert Kennedy, agent 

BANK of SCOTLAND, 23, Oueen-ftreet 

Gilbert Hamilton & Son, agents 
I FALKIRK BANK, 50, Gallowgate 
Charles Walker, agent 



327 



LKITH BANK, 3, Hutchefon-ftrect. 
Richard Dick, agent 

Greenock Bank, > Foft-Office court— J 
Stirling Bank, > & R. Watfon, a 
KilmarnockBank, J gents 
PERTH BANK, 
john More, agent, Royal Bank 



RENFREW: SHlKiL iSANK, 132,Trongal 

VVm. Napier 2c Co. agents 

FALKIRK UNION 3ANK, 66,Glafsfor( 

fir; et- Matthew Fleming, agent 
AYR BANK, D. Stirling, ag. Royal Bank 
FIFE BANK, 15, Candleriggs, R. and d 

Hill, agents 



JUSTICES of the 1-EAlE lor the UNDERWARD of LANARKSHIRE, 180& 



Mr John Shaw Stewart of Greenock 
iir John Maxwell of follock 
\ndrew Stirling of Drumpcller 
iVlUiam Stirling younger of do. 
John Corl)ctt of Tolcrofs 
Licut.-Col. James Corbett,jun. of do, 
John Hamilton of Weftburn 
Galiriel Hamilton, jun. of do. 
J.imes Cunnifon of Jerviflon 
lames Denniflon of Weftthorn 
A;. Bruce Dennilton, ot Weitthorn 
lames Miller of Milheugh 
[Archibald Colquhoun of Clathic 
■George Ofwald of Scotltown 
Riduird Alexander Ofwald of Auchencruvt 
Robert Houfton Rae of Little Govan 
Charles Stirling of Kenmuir 
William M'Dowall of Garthland 
James Hamilton of Holmhead 
Alexander Ofwald of Shieliihall 
William Mure of Caldwall 
John Buchanan of Ardoch 
James Hopkirk cf Di'.beath, 
James M'Nair of Greenfield 
Col. John Spens of Stonelaw 
James Fairic of Farm 
Thomas Lithan of Kelvilifide 
Da\id MarfhallofNeelfland 
Lieut.-Col. Thomas Peter of Crofsbafket 
Andrew Buchanan of Ardcnconncl 
Robert Carrick of Blairlin 
Alexander Graham of Fereneze 

■ge Munro of Calderbank 
George Jarden of Halifide 
3ohaJarden,3ojt.«EH4Ufide 
Alex. Campbell, of ^oiTil 
illiani Woodryp of Daml.reck 



(Robert M'Nair of Belvedere 
Charles Haggart of Broomloan 
David Buchanan of Mountvernon 
Archibald Campbell of Blythi'wood 
Walter Ewing M'Lae of Cathkin 

[Humphrey Eu ing M'Lae, jtin. of do. 
Robert Gray of Carntyne 
William Wardrop of Dalmarnock 
David Dobie of Gartferry 

IHenry Glafsford of Dougalfton 
Laurence Dinwiddle, of Jermifton 
William Sommervile of Hamiltocfarm 
William Holier of Ntwlands 
John Kincaid of Kincaid 
Henry Ritchie of Craigton 
Claud Marina U of Calderctooks 
John Gordon of Kenny hill 
James Findlav of Bogiide 
Archibald Smith of Jordanhill 
Walter Logan of Cranltonhill 
Peter Murdoch, merchant, Glafgow 
John Aifton, do. do. 

Cunningham Corbett, do. 

Richard Dick, do. do. 

John Gordon, do. do. 

For the time being, 
The Provoft of Glafgow 
The three eldeft Baillies of Glafgow 
The Dean of Guild of Glafgow 
The Deacon Convenor of Glafgow 
The I'rovofl of Rutherglen, and 
The Sheriff-depute of Lanarkfhire 

! 

{Thomas Meek, Procurator Fifcal 

'John Clarke, Clerk-Office, Glafsford ftrect 

I 

i 



COMMISSARIES of GLASGOW. 
Wm. Erfl-ine. Efq. Advocate, Comniiffary : Ecnjj.min Barton, Clerk 
Thomas Falconer, Deputy 



Alex. M'Grigor, Procurator Eifca! 



Office, 11% Trongate 



COMMISSARIES OF CAMPSIE AND HAMILTON 
Archibald Burns, Efq. Commiffary |Nath. Stevenfbn, Procurator Fifcal 

Teter Peterfon, Efq. Commiffary Depute I C. Marfhall, Clerk-office, Stirling-ftreet 



CUSTOM HOUSE Union Place. 

Claud Hamilton, Collector.- -Daniel Morrifon, Comptroller 

Daniel Rhind, Land-Surveyor. David O'Flaherty, Gardner Duncan, and George 

Miller, Land-Waiters. John Kirkwood, Andrew Scott, William Miller, 

Jo hn Scott, and A ll an M'Arthur Clerks. 

_, _ 



MASlEKSof the GRAMMAR SCHOOL. , 


.."'„. || J-,hn Dvmock i| William Chryftal || James Gibfon J 


'! FACULTY of PKOCURAIOKS. 


Incorporated by Royal Charter, June 6tb, 1796. 


1158 Claud Marfhaii, Efq. Dean of Faculty. 


1772 John Hamilton 
Ben. Barton 


A. M'Gregor 
John Clark 


18UU Arch. Maxwell 
John Mann 


.73 John Scales 


1793 James Grant 


Thomas Meek 


75 James Cunifon 


Jo. Wilfon Rae 


James Elder 


77 John Dillon 
John Lang 

78 D. Hutcheion 


Tho. Graham 


James Cleland 


Wm. Bogle 
James Bogle 


02 Arch. Turner 
Wm. Glen 


Geo. Crawford 


25 HughTowart 


Alex. Carrick 


79 George Muir 


John Fleming 


John Hamilton, jun. 


J. M'Ewan 


Robert Nimmo 


04 James Hamilton 


SO John Leckie 


Wm. Aitchifon 


John Douglas 


Al. Robertfcn 


N. Slevenfon 


John Stewart 


81 W. M'Aulay 


Ben. Mathie 


James Wilfon 


Rob. Grahame 


Hugh Mann 


John Knox 


82 Wm. Liudfay 


Wm. Duncan 


Michael Gilnllan 


Tho. Falconer 


John Ewing 


JohnTurnbuU 


83 James Ribb 


05 Hugh Kerr 


Robert Muir 


84 Wm. Wilfon 


A. Leighton 


Adam Grant 


85 Tho. Marfhaii 


John Brown 


Ebenezer Marfhall 


8j John Bennet 


Wm. Watfon 


William Scales 


87 James Galloway 


Al. M'Pherfcn 


Andrew Ballingall 


Rob. Andcrfon 


H. M'Lachlane 


Andrew Whyte 


Peter Peterfoa 


Robert Wright 


W. G. Mack 


89 Ja. Hill 


97 Andrew M'Georj; 


07 James Cochran 


Arch. Cuthet 


Andrew Robertfon 


George Salmond 


John Baird 


James Steel 


John M'Donald 


Ja. Corbett 


George Blair 


George Morifon 


A. Campbell 


Matthew Taylor 


OS W. Dunn Barclay 


D. M'Farlane 


Andrew Mitchell 


Henry Gordon 


91 R. Walkinfttaw 


93 Rob. Thomfon 


Rich. Henderfon 


David Lang | William Lawrie 


Andrew Dow 


92 Jo. Andcrfon j 


Counfellors 


Public Examinators 


Robert Walkinfliaw 


Archibald Turner 


Ben. Mathie 


William Glen 


David Lang 


James Hamilton 


Alex. M'Pherfon 


John Douglas 


Thomas Meek ( John Stewart 


Thomas Falconer, Treafurer and Clerk 


John Hamilton, Colleftor of Poor and Widows' Fund's. P. M'Millan, Officer 


~ GOVERNOR and COUNCIL of the FORTH and CLYDE NAVIGATION. 


The Right Honor ible Thomas Lord Dundas, Governor. 


George Earl of Morton 


Archibald Spiers, Eiq_ 


John Earl of Breadalbane 


Simon Frazer, Efq. 


The Hon. Chailes Laurence Dundas 


James Hopkiik, Efq. 


Sir Wm. Augufuis Cunningham, Bart. 


1 


W. Logan', Efq. Superintendent 


H. Baird, Surveyor,— Charles Shepherd, Sub-Survsyor 


Jo. Herbertfon, Colleftor at Port Dund-s 


John Selby, Colleftor at Grangemouth 


Alex. Yuille, Colleftor at Bowling Bay 


Office, 61, Euchanan-ftTeef. 


MITCHELL'S MORTIFICATION. 


Mils E. Orr, Patroneft. • 1 



Ee 3 



329 



CHAMBER of COMMERCE and MAN' 


JFACTURES. 


James Hopkirk, Efq. Chairman. 


Henry Monteith, Efq.. d 








DIRECTORS. 


Kirkman Findlay 


Cunningham Corbett 


Wm. Orr, jun. Paifley 


VV. Ewing Maclae 


fames MacKenzie 


Nicol Brown 


John M'Caul 


John Mair 


Alex. Campbell 


Archibald Smith 


Matthew Perftoll 


David Council 


Robert Owen 


J:jmes Fyffe 


Charles M'Intoftt 


John Stirling 


J. Alfton 


James Robertfon 


Henry Glafcfori 


John More 


John Wilfca 


James Black 


John Laurie 




Robert Bogle, jun. 


Arch. Hamilton, jun. 




Colin M'Lachlan 


John Semple 




LIST 


OF THE MEMBERS. 


Me 


-chants in the City of Glafgow. 


Claud Alexander 


James Dale , Duncan M c ICelI_r 


Alex. Allan 


Rob. Dalgleifh [John M'Murrich 


Rob. Arthur 


James Denniltoun, Colgrean Dan. M'Ki_nzie 


John Berry 


Jas Denniftoun 


Jas. Millar 


Dug. Bannatyne 


Rob. Denniftoun 


John Monteith 


Jas. Buchanan 


Stewart Douglafs 


Wm. Penny 


Jas. Euchar.an, jun. 


Robert Dunlop 


John Perfton 


Jo. Buchanan 


William Findlay 


William Robertfon 


Arch. Campbell 


Fi\in. Garden 


Joft.ua Senior 


Colin Campbell 


Alex. Gordon 


William Shortridge 


Rob. Carrrick 


John Gordon 


James Smith 


J. Campbell, fen. 


John Guthrie 


John Stewart 


Samuel Caw 


Rob. Haddow 


Thomas Stewart 


Patrick Colquhoun 


John Hamilton 


And. Stirling 


Rob. Cowan 


John Kinnear 


Jas. Stirling 


Adam Crooks 


Wm. Lirtdel 


(ohn Swaniton 


Hugh Crofs 


David Mutrie 


George Thomfon 


Alex. Crum 


Peter M'Adam 


David Todd 


James Crum 


W.M'Dowal, Gart. M. V. 


Arch. Wallace 




Wit Wardfaw 


M; 


rrufafturers, &c. in P_ifley, &C, 


<1. Buchanan 


Ja Kibble .William Orr 


William Carlile 


.William King John Pollock 


Robert Fulton 


! Claud Nelfofl 1 


In Greenock. 


John Hamilton Walter Ritchie 


WI 


LSON's CHARITY FOR BOYs! 


James Black, Efq. 








™, _iq. occreLary. 


Magiftrates, Dean of Guild, 


P/incipal Tas'lor Rev. Dr. Lopkjiart 


and Convenor 


Rev. Dr. Rankea 


John Alfton 


'ohn Jarrritfon 


John Buchanan 


D:m. MacKenzie 


.lev. Dr. Findlay 


Profeffor jardine 


Revd'. Dr. Gibb 


Rev. Dr. Porteoas 


Henry Glafsford 


lohn Laurie 


Robert Carrick 


James Smith 


Alexander Ofwald 


Xev. Dr. Balfour 


Robert Bogle 


[ohn M'Caul 


Rev. Dr. Taylor 


Rev. Dv MacGill 




GLASG 


0\V PLULCSOPKlCAi, SOCIETY. 


F 


lefted 4th November, 180"}. 


Dr. James Watt, Prcfi 


dent James Fleming, Vice.r.-efijent 


James Boaz., St 


cretary Robert Kaftic, 1 reafurer 




Directors 


John Robcrton j James 


Cook I A. Brocket j Janres Spreul 


John Lindfay Peter] 


"iemir.g Or. Jas. Monteath hsjeh. Gillespie 


■William Dunn (Robert 
______ ____ 


Thorn |Dr. job-! Nimmo i ilex'. Drurnmond 



S30 



I Alexandre Herrlot, 44, Argyte-ttreU 
Charles Arrul 
James Brovnhe, 10, Bridgegate 
jjof.n Fergufon, Aibion-ilreet 
liam Gardner 
fames M'Crone, 307, High-flreet 
Wiliiajs IVatfon, 84, King-flrect 
\il?>i Fullerton, 301, High-ftreet 
Andrew Wilfcn, 31, Bell-ftreet 
Robert Fatfytb, K»5, High-flreet 
Oiivjr Stewart, V10, Saltmarket 
\lex. Ruffel, Eaft Albion-ftrtct 



VI,-r.XOER? AT ARMS IN GLASGOW. 

John Brown, 17S, Satnharket 

James Cumming, turn's clofa»Galloi 

Richard Ha!!, 46, fiigh»flre£t 

A. Davidfon, 107, Bridgegate 

Alex. Fullerton, 307, Higtt-ltreet 

Peter Thomfon 

Thomas Browntie 

John Turnbull, 19, Trongate 

John Ilannay, 93, Trongate 

Andrew M'Lean, 236, Iligh-ilreet 

John Graham 

John DaNidfon, Calton ri ' 



STIRLING'S PUBLIC LIBRARY. I 

V/as inftHuted in January 17: 1, agreeably to the will of the late Mr. Walter Sift- 
ling, who bequeathed his Library, DweUing-Houfe, and a fum ot money, «ttW 
(hare of the Tontine Buddies, tor the ertabliflwnent of a Library, tor the ^ule ot the. 
Inhabitants of GUugow. TheLibrar* a: prefcnt conCHs of everal thouia.id wdumes ■ 
and about £J0 are laid out for Books annually. The Library * 
lawful day from 12 to 3 o'clock. The prefent Directors are 



The Lord Prevail, exorido 



Baillie Brown 

Mr 

Mr. Dan. M'Kenz 
The Dean of Guil 

>n Wardrop 

Hopkirt 



.} 

'i 



from the Town 
Council. 



frcm the Mer, 
chants Houfe. 



Rev. Dr. John Burns 
Rev. Dr. Lockhart 
Rev. Dr. Balfour 
Or. Brown 
Dr. Millar 
.vlr. Burns 



l from the 
j Prtftrytery. 

from the Faculty 
of Phyfidan 

and Surgeons 



Mr. Alex. Gray, Librarian 



.es Monteith 



ilitors, anc 
office form 



ANDERSON'S INaTiTU 1'ION. 
Ordinary Managers. 
Wm. Anderson, Efq. PreOdent 
James Laird, Efq. Secretary. John Geddes, Efq. Treafurer. 
K. Crofs I Alexander Ofv. aid | Dr. Ja 

Rod. Aurtin | Rich. Gillespie | James ClcianJ 

Dr. Ar.dvew Ure, Profeffor of Natural Philofopby and Chemiflry. 
Thi« Ii-.ttitutioii,e(idblifl»ed in purfuance of the will of the late John Amlcifo 
frofeflbl of Natural Philofophy in the Univerfity of Glaigow, and endowed by h.i 
aluable Philolophical Apparatus, Mufeum and Library, wasiBCorpora|ed ■•- a 
Charier from the Msgiiirates of this city, dated June tne 9th, 1196. ll is c 
viv.ler the inflection and controul of the Lord Provofl, 6cc. as ordinar 

nutr tae immediate fuperinteadence ot 81 Truilees, who remain 
confining of Gentlemen cor, vcrfant with the Arts and Science:; from ttele, mne;>er. 
fens are elefted annually to whom the principal part of the management is Goawuitteti. 
The 1'ftituUon having recently become Proprietor of thofe extcniive and commo- 
dious Buildings « hich it formerly only occupied in part, has thereby acquire.! that fta 
I'.lity and independence which a feminary iraught with fo much ufefulne^ to a com- 
Imercial community ought to poffefs. To the original ftock ot Apparatus very conn 
Jderafcle additions have been fucceflivelv made, the whole now conilttuUng means c; 
! Philofophieal llhiftratiori not furpaffcd in the kingdom. There i? one point of vicv 
in which tLis Inftitution may challenge undivided approbation. It is tne only fcmi 
nary in Europe where the doors of Science are gratuitoufly laid cpen to the Arnzar. 
I About 500 of this order of citizens are annually inftiuxte-o in the abdications of -Vt 
Lbaaual Science to the ufeful Arts. The orieinal and fuccefcful exertions ot Ander 
Lfon»s Inftitution in this refpeft, have recently attracted the tavorubk regard ot his Ma 
! iclt v 's Government; and the detail of its Plans of lnftruaion which Ihej requefU 
•has been fince fubmitted to his Majefty. In order to render this cei arrment h.l 
•more efficient, a valuable collection of the moft approved treaties on the lrier.oc 
of Mechanics and Chemiflry, has lately been provided for the perusal ot the lu-dcn». 

Three Courfes of Lectures are annually delivered . One on Natural PLiU.f. *»hy ; 
evenings are Tuefdav and Thuridav—One on Chemiftry, on the Monday, W 
[nefday, and Fridaj Evenings,; and Tuefday, Thurfriay, land ocvalionally Satuioi 
(mornings, at 8 o'clock.— And one on the Saturday evenings to Mechanics.— -•* Hi 



'.Lectures on Bctany ; Tuefuay and Thurfday, at 1'- o'c 



lock, beginning in Ma 



DIRECTORS o/" the TOWN'S HOSPITAL. 
Daniel M'Xcnzie, Efq. Preceptor James M'Kenzie, Efq. Trcafurer 



'TownCouncil 
Lord Provoft 
William Glen 




Wm. Cuthbertfon 
Robert M'Nair 
Henry Monteith 

John Berry 
Robt. Robertfon 
Walter Fergulon 
Rob. Fenie 

Merchants' Houfe 
Dean of Guild 
John Lawrie 



Robert Dennifton 
Thomas Kopkirk 
Adam Crooks 
Francis Garden 
William Muir 
John Swanfton 
Arch. Wallace 
James Buchanan * 
Michael Muirhead 
William Aitken 

Trades' Houfe 
Deacon Convenor 
Thomas Reid 
David Hamilton 
Rob. Wiifon 
William Auld 
John Glafs 
Wil. Bonthron 



^Mir. 



James Elliot 
John Gentles 
Alex. Galloway 
John M'Nair 
David Gilmour 

General Seffion 
Dr. Balfour 
Dr. Lockhart 
Dr. M'Gill 
Rob. Smith. 
John Miller 
James Miller 
Mich. Miller 
Matthew Shaw 
John M'Culloch 
William Hunter 
James Burns 
Maurice Murray 



Miftrcfs Rofs, Houfe-keeper. James Moffat, Chaplain. 



Francis Rofs, Clerk 



HUTCHISON'S, BLAiR'S, SCOTSTARBET'S, & BAXTER'S Eoys. 
Nicol Brown, Efq. Preceptor. 
Fhc Magistrates and Council, with the Minifters, Patrons for Hutthifon's and Blair's, 
Mifs Stott, heirefs of Scotftarbet, Patroncfs 

-■■ Efq; depute — James Hill, Sec— John Willock, teacher. 



INSURANCE OFFICES AGAINST FIRE. 

Glafgow Fire Office, No. 13, Trongate, David Denny, Cafhier 

sun do. No. 48, Trongate, Mrs. Buchanan, agent 

Phoenix do. No. 16, King-ftreet, M. London, do. 

Royal Exchange do. No. 17, Trongate, Alexander Allan, do. 

Imperial do. No. 60, Hutchefon-ftreet, Archibald Bogle, do. 

Mewcaflle-upon-Tyne do. Turner's Court, C. Hamilton, do. 

Edinburgh Friendly do. No. 15, Ingram-ftreet, A. Templeton, do. 

Britifh do. I'oft-Office Court, Robert Spiers, do. 

Globe do. No. 123, Nelfon-ftreet, William Balfour, do. 

Dundee Affurance do. David Stirling, Royal Bank, do. 

Caledonian do. John More, Royal Bank 

Aberdeen dc. Tontine Buildings, R. Todd, do. 

London do. Brunfwick-ftrcei, Robert Auld, do. 

Albion do. 38, Argyle-ftr. Thomas Hamilton, do; 

Union do. 26, St. Andrew's Square, Thomfon & Co. do. 

Atlas Affuiauce Office, Hutchefons Hofpitat, A. Buchanan &> Co. agents 



LICENSED STATE LOTTERY OFFICES. 
David Niven, & Co. No. 139, Trongate I George Lumfden, 637, Argyle-ft reet 
Win Baiibur, No. 123, Nelfon-ftreet | G. Napier, 101, Candhrngr^ 



EXCISE -OFFICE Miller-ftreet. 

William Corbet, Efq. Collector.— Thomas Watfon, and J. Bulloch, clerks 

John Fergufon and Adam Mitchell, packing officers 

James Sanders, auction officer 

A. M'Donald, D. Campbell and A. Williamfon, fupervifors 

' CESS "OFFICE. 

L; Craigie, Collector for the city. A. Hamilton, forthe county 

Andrew Bald and Charles Hamilton, Surveyors for the city of Glafgow 

A. Aitchifon, Surveyor for the fhire of Lanark 

D. fSrtchefon. Surveyor for the counties of Renfrew and Dumbarton 



COMMISSIONERS ot PROPERTY TAX for the COUNTY. 
James Hopkirk of Dalbeith | John Mair of Plantation 

John Lang of Harthope I David Dobie of Gartferrie 

James Hill of B uibie | Robert M'Nair.— Walter Logan 



COMMISSIONERS OF ASSESSED TAXES. 

Cun. Corbet, Efq. I James Rodger i Arch. Wallace I Arc. New-bigging 

Richard Dick. | Bnfil Ronald j Adam Crooks j J. Gray, jeweller j 

Laurence Craigie, Efq. Collector and AiTeflbr i 

Andrew Bald, Surveyor W. D. Blair, Clerk ! 

L \ EUTENANi 



LANARKSHIRE. 

'he ruoft noble the Marquis of Douglas & Colonel Corbet of Tollc 



afs 



Clydefdale, Lord Lieutenant 
The right hon.Lord Kelhaven, Vice Lieut 
The right hon. the Earlcf Hyndford 
The right hon. Lord Arch. Hamilton 
Sir Wm! Maxwell of Calderwood, Bart. 
General Hamilton of Orbifton 
Walter Campbell, Efq. of Shawfield 
James Lockhart, Efq. of Cafllehill 
Robert Lockhartj Efq. younger, of do. 
Lionel Bertram of Niibet 
Andrew Carmichael, Efq. of Weftcrhall 
Daniel Hamilton, Efq. of Gilkerfcleugh 
lames Baillie, Efq. of Culterallers 
John Brown, Efq. of Cultermains 
Henry Stewart, Efq. of Allanton 

es Hamilton, Efq. of Holmhead 
James Cunifon, Efq. of Jerviftcn 
John Henry Cochrane, Efq. of Rothfoles 
Colonel Eaillie of Carubrae 
The Lord Provoft of Glafgow 
John Hamilton, Efq 



Cur.ningh. Corbet 



e ;• i ««*» 



ants, 

DW. 



James Hopkirk, Efq. of Dalbeth 

Robert Gray, Eiq. of Weftn.uir 

James MacNair, Efq. of Greenfield 

Robert KouftounRae, Efq. 

John Hamilton, Efq. of Weftiurtt 

James Farie, Efq. of Farm 

General Speusof Stoneiaw 

John Forbes Aikman, Lfq. of Eromletoa 

John Semple, Efq. of Eainock 

John Boyes, Efq. of Willhall 

Charles Hamilton, Efq. of Fairholm 

CharlesStiilirg,Efq. of Kcr.mure 

JohnG. Muirhead, Efq. of Breadiefholm 

Andrew Stirling, Efq. of Drumpeller 

Rt. DundasM'Oueen,Efn. of Braxfield 

Juhn Bannatync, Elq. of Cr.ftlchar.k 

Alexander Irvine, Efq. of Newton 

W. Ewing MacLae, Efq. of Cathkin 

D. Vcre, Efq. of Stonebyres, Deputy Lieut, 

Arch. Cuthill, Clerk. 



GLASGOW HIGHLAND SOCIETY. 

Alex. Campbell, Prefes Arch. M'Lachlan, Trcafurer 

Directors. 
Andrew Sym .Robert Hood iCha, M'Jntofli lAlex. Stewart 

Wm. Cuthbertfon JWm. Mirrlees IWalter Ewing [Arch. Wallace 

John Downie 'Mathew Peril.on |Rob. Freeland !Rob. Robertfon 

Wm. Angus, and Rob.M'Gown, Box-Mafttrs 
Rev. Mr. M'Laren, Chaplain Mr. Eurnet and Mr. Wallace, Teachers 
Benjamin Mathie, Clerk Duncan Campbell, Officer, 



The GLASGOW SOCIETY of the SONS of MimsTLKs oi the CnUKln <, 
SCOTLAND, was inPituted 17P0 —incorporated by a charter from the city o 

Glafgow, 17y 1. Their Annual Meeting is on the laft Thurfday of March 

Council for Managing the Bufinefs 
Sam. Hunter, Prefident Archibald Law ion, Secretary 

Vies. Ofwald j George Lothian, jun. | John Hamilton 

'rofeifor Mylne I John Burns j Alex. Lef.ie 

J D. Peterkin j Rev. Dr. Couper I Matthew Taylor 

Their ftated meetings are on the lalt Thurfd3y of July, and the laft Thurfday on 
November, and on the Thurfday before the annual meeting. They grant no pcrma-l 
r.er.t penfions. Application') for pecuniary aid mull be made every year, and lodged' 
K.ii their Secretary before the lit of March. The following tacts mull beuiltincti * 
atteftedby refpec~lable peffons to whom they are known. 1. That the Applicants arc: 
children of a Miniflernf the Church of Scotland. '2. The age, progrefs in education,) 
deflination, profpefts, or employment of each child of the family, old or younr.t 
3 . How they have been hitherto fupported, and the means of their prefent fubfilt-j 
encc. of whatever kind, arifing from intereit of money, or any kind of income; from! 
induftry, friends, or any other fou; ce, whether certain or precarious: Thefe races in] 
be ftated truly, dlflin&ly, and fully. If any concealment is difcovered,, it will be cou j 
fidered in a very unfavourable light. 



GLASGOW SOCIETY of TEACHERS Eitablifhed 1794. 

Directors. 
William Angus, Prefident 
Wm. Chryflal, Trcafurer Alex. Hood, Secretary 

Rob. M'Gown 1 William Clugfton • Robert Tannahill 

John Sanderfon j John Gibfon James Gibfon 

— — ■ I John Hepburn | James Chapman 

John Mair, Officer. 
The object of this charitable lnllitution is the relief of fuch ordinary Members 
.their Widow? and Children, as may be deprived of the means of fupportir.g them.) 
Helves. Their ftated quarterly meetings are the lalt Saturday of May, Auguft, No-] 
eniber,and February. The Office-bearers are annually elected at the meeting in May 



GLASGOW AVRbHIRE SOCIETY. 
Wm. Muir, jun. Prefes Captain Mitchell, late Prefes 

Moncrief Mitchell, Collector Mathew Montgomery, late Collector 

Directors. 
Prefer Mailers I Andrew Brocket I Wm. Aird 

ProfeiTor Cumirt ■ Cuarle* Tennent I Robert Tod 

Jame-s Laird Society's Mailers I Jas. Dale 

Rob. Montgomery ! — — | John M'FiS 

?. Gallowa y, Sec, and Clerk. W. Mair, Officer 



BOOKBINDERS' SOCIETY. 

John Jones, Prefes. David Niven late Prefes. 

Robert Hutchefon, Collector. Francis Orr, late Collector. 

Directors. 

William Turnbuil I James Brafh | William Lang I Maurice Ogle 

William Aitthifon, Clerk. Rob. Gilmou r, Offi cer. 

" BROWNS* SOCIETY. 
Alichacl Millc, Prefes John Brown, Collector 

Directors. 
James Brown | James Brown I Peter Brown 



J. Brown, Merch. | J. Brown,Mitch.-it. I Jaj.Brown Adlheac I Robert Muir 
Robert Brown | John Gibfon | William Brown | 

Robert Brown, late prefes ;Ebenezar Brown, late Collector 
James Gal Iowa v, Clerk _— . officer 



GROCERS' COMPANY. 

John Swanfton, Prefes Charles Walker, Treafurer 

Directors 

James Hamilton Ijohn Kidd i Allan Pollock (Hugh Love 

D. M'Dou^al, jun. Robert Kelly I John Graham |G. Craufurd, Clerk 

Thomas Wardrop I James Gardner (john Wilfon |R. Menzies, Officer 



HUMANE SOCIETY, 

For the Recovery of Drowned Perfons. 

John Laurie, Efq. Prefes 

Dr. John Balmanno, Secretary James Towers, Surgeon, Treafurer 

Directors 

John Swanfton I Daniel M'Kenzie I John Craig | James Law 



TENNENT's MORTIFICATION. 
Truflees viz. 
Cunningham Corbet, Efq. Prefes. 
Andrew Buchanan i John M'Caul I Rob. Auflln 
James Hopkirk Robert Carrick J Rich. Smellie, Factor 
Nicol Brown jjohnAlilon 



AGENTS for PACKETS and CONSTANT TRADERS from GLASGOW. 

I To Liverpool R. Montgomery— John Cavidfon & Co., and Speir 

Charles & Robert Reid 

l To Briftol R. Re id 



To Bclfaft— — James Gernmii & Son, ami John Davidfon & Co. To Kendal, 
Ulverfton, and Lancafter John Davidfon & Co. 

I Dublin Packets John Davidfon & Co. 

| PACKETS alfoSAIL from GLASGOW, to Ayr, Campbeltown, Rothefay, Lor:, 
and Mult, Inveraray, Lochgilphead, and Stranraer 

I By an Act of the Magiftrates and Council, all Veflels coming to the Broomielav. 
muft be entered at the Tonnage office. Anchoragcdues are one penny per Ton regn 
ter. Tonnage, one milling per Ton on Cargo 

AGENTS and CONSTANT TRADERS from PORT DUNDAS 

To Leith J. &r A. Kidd— J. M'Dougal— Speirs & Charley and II. G. Campbcl' 

To London M'Nab, M'Farlane & Co.— and F. Blaikie. 

To Aberdeen, Dundee, In vernefs & neighbouring towns, Sz Hull— J. M'Dougal 

To Newcaftle — — Lawiie & Pinkerton, and John Brou-n 

To Grangemouth A Tract Boat for good3 and pafiergcrs every Tuefday, 
Thurfday and Saturday, fcts off at half paft eight, morning 



POST OFFICE. 
Dugald Bannatyne, Efq. Pott-mafter. 
M. Halliburton, J. Scoulier,and A Milliken, clerks. 
ML M'Callum, Thomas Leitch, J. Wife, R. MNiel, Allan Rofs, A. Stewart, and T. 
Leilch, Letter-carriers. J. Liddel, Sorter 

I ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES of the diSc-rent POSTS. 

Foreign Mails for the continent of Europe, depart every Thurfday and Saturday— 

For the Britifh Weft India Ifles, depart the Sunday beSore the firft Wsdnefday of 
J cverv month, and that day fortnight 

Ayr, Kilmarnock, and lrifh Mail, arrives at 1 every afternoon, and departs at 3 
1 quarters paft 9 every morning 
Carlifle, and all places on this tide of London, arrives every morning, and departs M 

quarters paft 1 every afternoon 
Dumbarton, Lufs, Tarbet, and Inveraray, a-rives between I and 2 every afternoon,] 
' ar.d departs 3 quarters paft 9 every morning 
Edinburgh, and all piaces northwa-d, alfo fouthward by Berwick to Durham, arrives! 

I every morning, and departs at 8 every night; alfo arrives every afternoon, at 3,1 
and departs every morning, at half paft S. N. E. Hollytown, Whitburn, andMic-! 
Calder, arrive and depart at the fame time 
Greenock, and all places in that direction, arrives between 1 and 2 every afternoon, 
and at 7 every night; departs at 9 every morning and 4 every afternoon 

GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARY.— Instituted 10th December, 1S04. 
Entry, 12s.— Annual Contribution, 10s. dd. 
The Library conufls of nearly Two Thoufand Volumes, and as the Subfcribersj 
are above 300, it is expe&cd that above £Io0 may be laid out in Books yearly.- 
The Management is veiled in a Committee confifting of nine Curators, a Treafurer,! 
Secretary, and Librarian. The Library is kept in Miller's School, George's ftreet 1 
and is open every lawful evening, Saturday excepted, from 7 to 9 o'clock; and 
on Wednefdays and Saturdays, from 12 noon till 2 afternoon 

COMMITTEE. 
Daniel M'Kenzie I William Angus I Geo. Miller 

Dr. Rankin J Rob. Walker I Robert Grieve 

David Grant [ Dr. Watt j Jas. Brown 

Mich. M'Millan, Treafurer— John Mclis, Secretary— Charles Cameron. Librarian ; 

FEES FOR SEDAN CHAIRMEN. 
As Gxed by the Magiftrates, March 1ft, 179S. 

1. Everv Lift of a Sedan Chair, however ftiort a diftance - - C] 

2. From Campbell-ftr. to the High Church, or thereabout - - 1. 3| 

3. From Campbell-ftr. to Grahamfton, or thereabout - - 1 01 
4 From Campbell or Charlotte-ftr. to any part of the Newtown - 1 C 

5. From any part of Gallowgate W^ft of Campbell. ftr. to any part of the 
Newtown - - - . . . . _ r \ 

6. From St. Andrews Sq. to the Newtown,, or »o ar.v nart of Ar-rvli-ft*. 



siul to the Streets running Soutn and North of Trongate ami Aigj 11-ftr. and to 

5t. Enoch's Squire -- ..--09 

1 7. From any part in Trongate to the Weft fide of Jamai a-ftr. inclusive, 

including the different iftreets, running North and , South of Trongate, Argyle- 

ftr., and St. Enoch's Sq., to any part in the Newtown - - 9' 

8. From the Saltmarket, Bridgegate-, Clyde-ilr. Broomiclaw, and weft of Ja- 
maica-ftr. to Grahamfton, to any part in the Newtown - - 1 

9. From the Trongate to Wynd-hcad and High Church - - 10 
10 From the Bridgegate, or any of the ftreets running North and South of 

Trongate and Argyle-ftr., including St. Enoch's Sq., to the Hi^h Church 1 31 

11. From the Bridgegate to the College, or like diftance, and from the Mer. j 
chants' Hall to the College, or new Court - - - - 1 

12. From the Crofs to any part in Gorbals ... 1 3 

13. From any place above Bell's wynd and below the College to Calton Crofs 1 3 
11. Ditto to Barrowfield Bridge. - - - - - 2 Oj 
15. From any place above Bell's Wynd and below the College to Gorbals 1 3 
IS. From Gorbals to the High Church or the like diftance - - 51 OJ 

17. From the Crofs each mile round the fame, and for each mile carrying to 

or from Glafgow - - - - - - - 2 0! 

18. For every hours waiting, (unlefs engaged for forenoon and afternoon,) 
befides the ftated hire herein provided, for the full hour 3d, and for every l'ub. 
Icqiieiit hour - - - - - - - - Ofi 

:> . For attending from three or four o'clock afternoon, till twelve at night, 
for the firft hour 9d. for every hour after the firft - - - 6 

20. From Jamaica-fa-, to the Crofs, or the like diftance - - <' 

ill From the Afi'embly Hall to Grahamfton, Jamaica-ftr. Barrel's Hall, 
Charlotte-ftr., Bridgegate, or St Andrew's Sq. lOd. from do. within theie places fe 

22. From do. to Canvpbell-ftr., or the like diftance - - 10 

23. From Grahamfton or jamaica-ftr. to any place above Burrcl's Hall, the 
Infirmary, or thereabout ------ 1 

24. From do. to any place in Bridgegate 

25. From Grahamfton or Jamaica-ftr. to Gorbals - - - 1 
516. From do. to Bun's Wynd, or the like di.lar.ee - - - 1 
27. From do. to the High Church, or the like diftance - - 1 
2S. For every Lift after one o'clock in the morning, double hire, except en 

Afi'embly ami Ball nights.— Every double Lift double hire 

">. Two children, each not exceeding thirteen years old, or one child in a 

perfon's arms, to be confidered only as one Lift 

0. Every perfon engaging a chair tho' not ufing it 



REGULATIONS FOR COAL-l'ORTERS, 

As fixed by the Magiftrates, 15th January, 1807. 
For carrying a cart of coals up ftairs, where the diftance from the ftair to 
here the coals lye is not more than 60 feet, for the firft ftair - 

For every other ftair ------ 

For carrying a waggon of coals up ftairs, the fame diftance as above, for 

the firft flair ..-...-0 

For every other ftair ------ 

For carrying a cart of coals from any ftreet or lane to a cellar, within 20 

feet of where the coals lye, if not down a. ftair ... 

Jf down a ftair, an additional - 

| If above 20 and not exceeding GO feet - 

j For every additional ftair - 

( For half the diftance, and fo in proportion - 

For carrying a waggon of coals from any ftreet or lane, the fame diftance 

as above, into a cellar, if not down a ftair - 

If down a ftair ------- 

If above 20 and not exceeding 60 feet - - - - 

If down a ftair - - - - 

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6-J 









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l 





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4 





5 





6 



For every additional fixty feet, for each cart - - - 1 j 

For each waggon - - - - • - C S 

N. B. Coa)-porters to report their names to the town-clerk*, and to take out a 

larige, which they fhall wear, under a penaltv of 5s.— They fliall be furnifhed with 
>py of the Regulations, under a penally of 5s.— Refuting to work when Dot en- 

;aged, or demanding more than fpecified in the table, 5s. 



LIST of the Departures of the MAIL and STAGE COACH ES, flfee. 

The places from whence they let off, and the Fzrc annexed to each. 

Mail Coacfi for London, Manchefier, Liverpool, &c. from Mr. Bain's, Mail Coach 

JfSce, Trongate, every day at two o'clock afternoon; fare to Cariille, 91. 5s. from 

hence to London, 51. Js. 

Ayr Mail, from Mr. Bain's, Tron<rate, every day in fbmrr.er at nine o'clock, and if! 
/inter at ten o'clock morning; fare to Kilmarnock, 9<-. to Ayr i;Ss. Gd. 

Camperaown Long Coach, from Mail Coach Office, by Kilmarnock, Cumnock, ant" 
Dumfries to CdrtiQe, every Monday, Wednefday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock afternoon. 
are to Carlifle 40s. infide, to Dumfries 38s. infide 

Greenock Mail, from Mr. Bain's, Trongate, every day in fummcr at nine o'clock, 
nd in winte: at ten o'clock morning; and from Mr. Burns, Black Bull Inn, at four 
•clock every afternoon; fare, infide 8s. Gd. outfidt; 6s, 

Long Coaches to Greenock Royal George, from Mail Coach Office, ?nd Black Bull 

nn. every morning, at S o'e'erk, Sunday excepted) fare, infide 7s. ontfide "is. Oak 
Poach, from Mrs. Wright's, AigUe-ftreet, and Star Inn, every morning at 8, and 
very afterncci*, at 4 o'clock; fare, Ts. infide; 5s. oat€de 

Edinburgh, Royal Mail Coach, from the Black Bull In'i, every la-i-fjl day atrial: 

raft 8 o'clock morning, and or. Sunday at 8 o'clock morning; fare, iniide ISs.; out- 

itlells. Mercury Lon-r Coach every day (Sunday excepted} from Mr. Bain's 

it nine o'clock morning; fare 14s. The Royal Eagle Long Coach, from the Ton 

ne every lawful day at 4 o'clock afternoon; fare 20s. Mercury Long Coach, 

mm D. Morrifon's, ISO, Trongate, every .awful day, zt 9 o'clock, A. M. fare 

nfide 14s. outfide P-s. The Telegraph every morning from the Star. Inn, at fever 

clock, and from the Star Inn, at 4 o'clock, afternoon; fare 20s. 

Stirling Long Coach, from Mail Coach Office and Black Bull, at 4 o'c'ock, even 

.fternoon, fare by Kilfyth, 10s. infide; Is. ov.tfu'.e 

Perth, by Stirling and Cri-ff, from Mail Coach Office and 31ack Bull, every rnor 
ling at eight o'clock; fare, 30s. infide; 16's. Gd. outfide 

Hamilton. A Coach from Charles Howat's Saracen's Kend Inn, Gallowgatc, ever\ 
tVednefday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. fare, 2& Gd. iniide; Is. Gd. outf.de 

Dumbarton Mail Coach, every morning in Summer at 9 o'clock, and in Winter 
it 10 o'clock; from John Blair's, 633, Argy Il-ftreet, fare, 4s. infide, 3s . ou 

Paifley Coaches, fet off from Brajt ar.d Rei'.'s, Bookfellers, Trongate. at* 
"orenoon, and five afternoon, every day, exceptim; Wednefday, when they fet c:T 
it nine, forenoon, and at five, fix, and feven o'clock afternoon; fare 2s. od. 



CARRIERS' QUARTERS, with the days of arrival and departure. 

lberdeen,at Sommerville & Aiken's, Brunfuick-Itreet; arrival and departure ev. da 

Iberfoyl, at Gow's, Oueen-ftreet, once in 3 weeks 

*yr, ?.t Provan's, [agram-ftract,at Miller's, King-ftreet, and Niven's New W'yad j 
arrive on Tuefday and rriday,and depart fame days 

Urdrie, at Fulton's, Spoutmotrih, and at Faterfon's, -102, and at Scotland's, 60 
Gallow-gate; arrive on Monday, Wednefday and Friday, and depart fame days 

llloa, at Miller's, King-.lreet, and at Angus's, 20, Stock well; arrives on Wednes- 
day, and departs fame day 

Luchterardcr, at Miller's, Blackfriar's Wynd, and Leitch's,Currie's Clofs, arrives on 
Wednefday and departs on Thurf.iay, once a fortnight 

Luthtermuclity, at the Wei£b-houfe, arrives and departs on Friday 

Mlfron, at Provan's, Ingram-ftreet, loads in Smiths' Court, Brunswick Street, ttn-j 
Blair's, Ca.idierigp>; arrives Monday andThurfday, anddeparts Tuefday and Friday 

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Bannockbum, at Miller's, King-ftreet; arrives on Wednefday and Friday) and depart .j 

fame days 
Bathgate, at Millar's, King-ftreet, arrives on Friday, and departs fame day 
Bell thill, at Reid's, St. Andrew's Lane; arrives and departs Wednefday and Friday 
Beith, at Niven's, and M'Keans, New-wynd, arrive on Tuefday, and depart 

Wednefday 
Berwick, New, or Union Shipping Co. St. And. Square, and Old Shipping Co. 13 

Trongate, arrives and departs every lawful day 
iggar, at Fulton's, Spoutmouth, arrives Wednefday and departs Thurfday 
onhill, at Gow's, Quecn-ftreet, and Bryfon's, 41, Argyle-ltreet; arrive on Monday] 

and Thurfday, and depart on Tuefday and Friday 
Borrowftounnefs, at Niven's, New.wyr.d, arrives and departs an Wednefday anl 

Saturday 
uehanan, at Blair's, New Wynd, and Provan's, Ingram-ftreet; arrives on Tuefday J 

and departs on Wednefday j 

uchlyvie, at Provan's, lngrarr.-ftreet,and at Miller's, Blackfriar's wynd; arrives on] 

Tuefday, and departs on Wednefday 
Callender, at Miller's, Blackfriar's wynd, High-ftreet; arrives on Wednefday, and! 

departs on Thurfday 
Campfie, at Mrs. Duncan's, 33, High-ftreet, and Leitch's, Currie's c'ofs; arrives 

Wednefday and Saturday, and departs fame days: alfo a Caravan from Leitch's, 

fame days with the carriers 
Caflle Douglas, at Miller's, King-ftreet, and at Niven's, New wynd, arrives on 

Thurfday, and departs fame day, every fortnight 
Carnwath, at Paterfon's, 402, Gallowgate; arrives and departs Wednefday 
Carluke, at Reid's, St. Andrew's entry; arrives and departs Tuefday and Friday 

ine, at Provan's, Ingram. ftreet, arrives and departs on Tuefday and Friday 
Crieff, at Mair's oppofite Black Friar's wynd, High-ilrcet; arrives on Wednefday, 

and departs on Thurfday 
Cumbernauld, at Miller's, Blackfriar's wynd, Mrs. Nelfrm's, Old Vennal.and at 

Leitch's, Currie's clofs, High-ftr. arrive and depart on Wednefday and Saturday 
Cumnock, at Miller's, King-ltieet, and at Niven's New-wynd, arrives on Friday] 

and departs fame day 
DaimelHngton, at Miller's, King-ftr.; arrives and departs on Thurfday, ev. 3 weeks 
Dairy, at Paterfon's, Gallowgate, and Niven's, New wynd; arrives on Tuefday, and 

departs on Wednefday 
Darvel, at Niven's, New-wynd; arrives on Tuefday, and departs on Wednefday 
Denny, at Mair's, High-ftreet, arrives and departs twice a.week 
Douglas, at Reid's, 3S0, Gallowgate; arrives on Tuefday, and departs fame flay 
Down, at Mrs. Johnfton's, High-llreet, oncea week 
Dr g en, at Miller's, King-ltreet; arrives on Tuefday and Friday, anddeparts on Wcd- 

;i"day and Saturday 
Dumfries, at Miller's, King-ftreet; arrive on Friday, and depart fame day 
Dumbarton, at Provan's, Ingram-ftrect, at Gow's, Queen-ftreet, and Bryfon's, Ar- 

gyle-ftreet, arrive on Tuefday and Friday, and depart on Wednefday and Saturday 
Dunfermline, at the Weigh-houfe ; arrive on Wednefday anddepartthe fj-.me day 
Dundee, at the Weigh-houfe; arrive and depart on Wednefday, and at Eruni'wick 

ftreet, daily 
Dunkeld, at Mail's, 3"7, High-ftreet; arrival and departure uncertain 
Eagleiha<i;,at Currie's, Saltmarket, once a-week 
Edinburgh, at Turner's, Brunfwick-ftreet, at Aitken's,Candleriggs, and atHoweyuc 

Co's, Brunfwick-ftreet; arrive and depart daily 
Englifti Carriers, by way of Carlifle, London, Manchefter, &c. Brunfwick 

ftreet; arrive and depart daily. Hargrave, Candleriggs ; arrives and departs on 

Monday, Thurfd'y and Saturday. To London, by Edinburgh, NewcafUe, Leeds., 

&c; Howey & Co. Montrofe- ftreet; daily Poll Waggons, for goods and puftengers 
Falkirk, at Mrs. Paterfon's, New wynd, at Millar's, King-ftreet, arrive Wednefday 

and Saturday, and depart fame days 



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Mrs. Jobcftoa's, RigU-fueet; arrive on Monday and Thurfday, and depart 
1 TueMay and Friday 

. , at Miiicr's, King-ftreet; arrivesand departs on Thurfday, every fortnight 
Gallon, at Xivcii's, Xaw wynd; arrives on Tuefday, and departs on Wednefday 

tmor?, at Blair's, New-wynd; arrives on Tuefday, and departs on Wednefday 
Giieai., at *u flier's, King-ftreet, and at Rciu's, at. Andrew's lane; arrive on Thurf- 
day, and depart fame day 

reenock, at M'Corkle's, Biunfwick-fireet, and at M'Ewan's, Albion-ftreet ; arrive 
and depart daily 
Hamilton, at Fulton's, Spoutmouth, and at Reid's, entry to St. Andrew's Square; 

ri'-e or. Monday, Wednefday, Friday and Saturday, and depart fame days 
Ue'tetuburgh, at Bryfon's, 41, and Gemmell's, Argyle-ltreet, and M'Farlane's 148 

Ctockwell arrive or. Tuefday and depart on Wednefday 
uveraray, at M'Nicol's, Javkfon-ftreet, and M'Kechnie's, Candleriggs, arrive and 

depart once a fortnight 
averaeis, at Miller's, Kicg-fireet, arrival and departure uncertain 
Irvine, at Miller's, King-ftreet, arrives and departs Wednefday and Saturday 
johnfton, at Reid's, St. Andrew's entry; arrives on Wednefday and Saturday, and 

departs fame days 

Kflbarthaa, at M'Farlane's, Stockwell; arrives on Wednefday, and departs fame day 
Kiimarnoik, at Niibet 6c M'Kay's, Biunfwick-ftreet, daily; Miller's, King-ftreet 
ar NivenV, New wynd; arrive on Tuefday and Friday, and depart fame days. 
Alfo, a Caravan, at Miller's, King-ftreet; arrives Monday and Thurfday, and de- 
parts Tuefday and Friday 
Kiifyth, at Taylor's, Blatkfriar's wynd, and at Neilfon's, High-ftreet; arrives on 

Wednefday and Saturday, and departs fame days 
Kilwinning, at Miller's, King-ftreet, arrives and departs on Tuefday; and at Niven's. 

New- wynd; arrives on Thurfday, and departs on Friday 
Kincardine, at Provan's, Ingram-ftreet; arrives on Tuefday and departs on Wednefday 
Kinrofs, at the Weigh-houfe; arrives and departs on Wednefday 
Kiibryde, at Muir'sl05, Gallowgate; arrives and departs three times a week 
Kippen, at Taylor's, Elackfriar's wynd, arrival utcertain 
Kircudbright, at Miller's, King-ftreet, arrives on Friday, and departs fame day 
Kirkintilloch, at Buchanan's, 4, Bell-ftreet, and at Hardie's, '/5S, High-ftreet; and 
at Leitch's, Currie's clofs; arrive on Wednefday and Saturday, and depart fame days: 
alfo a Caravan frcm Buchanan's, on Wednefday and Saturday 
Lanark, at M'Gregor's, Crown cloiV, Gallowgate, and at Fulton's, Spoutmouth; ar 

rives on Thurfday, and departs on Friday 
I.efmahago, at Reid's, 330, Gallowgate; arrives on Monday and Thurfday, and de- 
parts on Tuefday and Friday 
Linlithgow, Niven's, New-wynd; arrives and departs on Wednefday 
Lochv.innoch, at M : Kean's, New wynd; arrive on Wednefday, and depart on 

Thurfday 
LarkhaU,ot Reid's, St. Andrew's lane, arrives and departs on Wednefday 
Lufs, at M'Nicol's, Jackfon-fcreet; arrives on Tuefday, and departs on Wednefday 

re, at Miller's, King-ftreer: arrive on Tuefday, and depart fame day 
Maybole, at Miller's, King ftreet, arri\es on Thurfday, and departs fame day 
Muirklrk,at Reid's, St. Andrew's lane; arrives on Monday, and departs on Tuefday 
JNeilltop-, at Vane's, Bricgegate; arrives and departs twice a week 

I'Newcaftle, &c. at Hargrave's, Candleriggs; arrives on Monday and Thurfday, and 
departs on Wednefday and Saturday 
iNewinills, at Niven's, New wynd, arrives on Tuefday, and departs on Wednefday 
iXcwton-Douglas, at Niven's, New-wynd, and Provan's, Ingram-ftreet; arrive on 
» Thorfilay, and depart on Friday, once a fortnight 

'New-Galloway, at Miller's, King-ftreet; arrives on Thurfday, once a fortnight 
toban, at M'Nicol's, Jackfon-itrcet, arrives and departs once a fortnight 
hfeith and all places adjacent, at Sommervile& Aiken's, Brunfwick-ltreet, daily 



H2 say 



Port of Monteitb, at Mrs. Johnflon's, Higb-ftreet; once a fortnight 

Paifley, a Caravan at M'Phaii's, clofc by the Po'.atoe market, Back wynd; at M' 
Cracker.'s, 8c M'Kean's, New wynd; at Forfyih's, ana at Liiidel'3, Trongalej ar- 
rive and depart daily 

Renton, at 1'rovan's, Ingram-ftieet, arrives on Monday andThurfdny.and departs on 
Tuefday and Friday 

GpfJt _':i:.'tv,s! Miller's, King-ftreet; arrives on Tuefday and Friday, and dcpails&n Wed- 
nefday and Friday 

Sanquhar, at Miller's, King-ftreet; arrives and departs on Friday; and at Nivcn's, 

I New-wynd, every 1 "hurfday 

( Stewarton, at Miller's, King-ftreet, arrives and departs on Wednefday 

Stirling, at Mair's and at NeiU'on's, Hiph-fireet; arrives and departs on Wednefday 
and Saturday; and at Miller's, King-itreet, arrives and departs fame days 

Stonehoufe, at Fulton's Spoutmouth arrives on Tuefday, and departs on Wednef- 
day 

Stranraer, at Niven's,Ncw wynd, arrives Tuefday and Friday, and departs fame days 
Istrathaven, at Reid's, St. Andrew's lane, and at Brown's, 61, Gallowgate; arrives on 
j Tuefday ana Friday, and departs on Wednefday and Saturday 

St. Ninian's, at Miller's, King-ltreet, arrives on Wednefday and Friday, and depart' 
fame days 

j'hotts, at Reid's, 3S0, Gallowgate, arrives and departs on Wednefday 

l'hornhill, Perthshire, at Mrs. Johnfton's, 91, High-ilreet; arrives on Tuefday and 
departs Wednelday, every fortnight 

Whitburn, at Mair's, High-ftreet, arrives and departs on Friday 

Wiihaw, at Reid's, St. Andrew's lane, arrives and departs Wednefday and Friday 



REGULATIONS OF PORTERS, 
As fixed by the Magiflrates, March 1ft, 179S. 

By an Aft of the Magifiratej and Town Council of Glafgow, no Porter mall refufe 
employment, when he is not otherwife engaged, under the penalty of 2s. 6d. ftcr- 
lir.g for the firft offence, 5s. for the fecend, and 'Os. for every fubfequent offence; 
and all Porters who fay they are engaged, mail fpecify the perfon by whom, and the 
hour at which, they are engaged, and they ftiall not refufe to be employed in the in- 
terval, between the time they are required to ferve and the hour of their engagement, 
under the penalties aforefaid. As the Porters who wear badges on their bieaft, find 
fecurity for their honefty and fidelity, the Magi It rates recommend it to the inhabi- 
tants to employ only thofe Porters in matters of importance. The following is t 
Table of their Fees: 

s. d. 

Carrying a letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceeding 7 pounds 
weight, from an y part of the City or New Town to any other place therein 1 

Carryinga letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceeding 7 pounds weight, 
fiom any part of the City or New Town to any other place therein, if deliver- 
ed to the Porter after nine o'clock at night c l 

Carrying a letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceeding 7 pounds weight, 
from any part of the City or New Town, to Anderfton, Bridgetown, New 
T.afonof the Canal, or anyplace not exceeding an Engliih mile fiom the Crcfs 3 
i If delivered lu the Porter after eight o'clock at night 4 

) For running an exprefs with a letter, or fmall parcel, for every EngliiTj 
imiie outward in the day time 2 

j If in the night time, that is, after eight o'clock at night 4 

I Carrying a back load, not exceeding eight Englifli Hones, from any 

i i Ware-room in Glafgow to any other Ware-room or Calender, where the dif- 
tar.ee docs not exceed I.QO yards 1 

Dr.. where the diftance exceeds 500 yards C| 

I Carrj i ng a back load, not exceeding S (tone weight, from the Crofs to the ! 

jBtoomiclav, Caitonor Gorbals, or the like diftance 3 I 

340 



Carrying an >' lo:ili » not exceeding two oue-hali hundred weight, on a wheel- 
barrow for the feme Ciitance 

For weighing a ton of goods, fuch as iron, &C. for the firft ton 

For every other ion 

For taking down and putting up the fcales 

For weighing each bag of cotton 
' For taking dov.n and putting up the fcales, if done by the Porters 

For carrying each bag of cotton out of a cellar, and putting it on a cart 

For taking each tag of cotton off a cart, and putting the fame into a cellar 

N. B. Tii o-thirds of the foregoing rates to be paid for pockets, and bags of 
cotton, not exceeding one and an half hundredweight 

For a day's work at articles, not fpecified as above, to confift often work, 
ing hours 

For a week's work 

For the firft haur's work where not employed a whole day 

For each fubfequent hour's work, when not employed a whole day 

For carrying a load of two bolls of meal, for each flair 

For carrying a load of two bolls of meal, into a clofe 

Fox each night's watching 






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COMMISSIONERS of the POLICE of the CITY of GLASGOW. 

The Lord Provoft— 3 Eaillies— Dean of Guild, and the Deacon Convenor, ex officiis 

For the twenty-four Wards. 



Jofeph Bain, for Ward 




No. 1. 


Jds. Hamilton, for Wa 


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o. 13. 


N.ah. Sievenibn, 




2. 


William Leckie, 


- 


14. 


Rob. Kennedy, 


. 


3. 


Alexander Ofwald, 


- 


15. 


William Cuthbertfon, 


. 


4. 


James Peat, 


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IS. 


Davie Crawford, 


_ 


5. 


John Thorn, 


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17. 


Alex. Carrick, 


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6. 


James Paterfon, 


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IS. 


Alex. Kuiitcr, 


. 


7. 


William Scott, 


- 


19. 


William Dunlop 


. 


8. 


David Turnbull 


- 


20. 


Alex, M'Leod, 


. 


9. 


Joliii Jenkins, 


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SI. 


John Shearer 


_ 


10. 


Corn. Todd, 


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11. 


Andrew Stevenfon, 


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23. 


Rob. ftnie, 


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12. 


Rob. Strang, 


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S.4. 


James Mitchell, 


Matter 


Andrew Bald, Surveyor 





Robert Nimnio, Clerk, Collector, and Treafurer 

Three Coaflabks, twelve Officers, feventy-five Watchmen, and fixteen Scavengers. 

REGULATIONS. 

A Cor.M?.l>!e with four Officers attend in rotation, at the Office, Candleriggs, half 
n hour bcloie the Watchmen take their Stations, to call the roil. The Officers 
are thereafter to patrolethe ftreeutwo and two alternately, toobferve if the Watch- 
men ai„ doing their duty; to apprehend vagrants and diforderiy perions; and to give 

eport in the morning, to the Maftcr of Police. 

The Watchmen to be on their Stations, at 10 o'clock at night, during the whole 

ar, and fo cont-inue till five in the morning ir. the months of May, June, July, 

u Auguft; till fix in the months of March, April, September, and October; and 
til! feven in the months of November, December, January, and February 

The funds for defraying the expence are raii'ed, part from the town and from the 
yearly rent of Subjects rented or valued at £i. and\ ha!fi , enny perL . fterl5ne 

under £6. fterffcg yearly, 1 *->>»- 

At £ 6. and under £10. - - 3d. three farthingsdo. 

At £10. and under £ 15. - - 5d. five eigths do. 

And at £15. fie. im& yearly or upwards - ^.halfpenny do. 



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RATE of RENTS liable to have SOLDIERS BILLETED on ttie OCCUPIERS. 

All undor £3 exempted altogether. 

At L. 3 and under L. 5 - - 2 Soldiers fori Week, or Is. each. 

2 do. 

3 do. 

4 do. 

5 do. 

6 do. 

7 do. 

8 do. 



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STAFF OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF SCOTLAND. 

Major General Lord Elphirigltone Col. Campbell, Aid-de-Camp 

RECRUITING STAFF. 

Lt. Colonel Hall, Infpefting Field Officer. 

Lieutenant Colonel Flyn, Pay-Matter || Robert Freer, M. D. Surgeon 

William Deans, Adjutant Col. Geo. Scott, Infpecting Field Officer of Volunteers 



GLASGOW ANNUITY SOCIETY. 

Inittuted 4th January, 1308. 

Robert Lochore, Prefirlent 

William Bredse, Treafurer William Mayer, Secretary 

Directors 



David Hill 
William Brown 
William Lochore 
Arch. Thomfon 



James Torrance 
John M'Arthur 
James Crpig 
Peter dimming 



John Bulloch 
George Salmoad 



John Leighton, Oif.C' 
I The object of this inftitution is to fecure a Fund for the fuppqrt of its members 
in advanced age. For this purpofe a certain payment is made quarterly, or a fuf- 
Ificient fum is funk at once by each member, intitling after a certain age, to ar 
JAnnuity for life, which each member will receive as a juft cebt, not as a charita- 
ble benefaction. Tables arc formed upon equitable ar.d accurate principles, to re- 
gulate the payments. The Annuities commence at 50, 55, or 60 years, at the 
option of the member, and amount to any fum, from £10 and upwards. 
Perfons of cither lex, and of any age under bO are admitted. 



[LIST of the MEMBERS of the GLASGOW LITERARY and CCMMERCIAJ 

SOCIETY. 

(As far as the Lift is marked * the Members had, cither by themfelves, or by 

Subftdutes, given Efi'ays lalt Winter) 



Ordinary Members 
McfiYs. S. Hunter 
W. Dunlop 
J. Kiugan 
J. OfvcaW 
Dr. J. Watt 
D. Bannatyne 
A. Mitchell 
R. Grahame 
J. Bell 

Campbell 
D. T?eterk : n 



D. Mathie 
J. Guthrie 
A. Lawfon 

D. Strong 
J. Ewing 
R. Wardlaw 
W. Glen 

J. Craig 
J. Douglas 
K. Kinlay 

E. Mathie 
J. Mylne 

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W. Taffie 

T. Graham 

R. Marfhall 

R. Finlay 

— Cunningham * 

W. Ferguflbn 

—a — 

Extraordinary Members 
W. Clarke 
C. M'lntofh 
Rev. R Douglas 
Dr. A. Ure 



FUND of the BURGH and PAROCHIAL SCHOOL-MASTERS in 
SCOTLAND 
For the Prefbytery of Glafgow, 
John Dymock, Prefes | William Chryfial, Collector 



COMMISSIONERS of POLICE for GORBALS 



John Berrie, Ef^. 
Thcrnas Graham, Ef 
V. iil. J homfon, Lfq 

Jchn Ruffril, for Ward No. 1. 

George Duncan, - 2. 

Jarr.es Cook, - 3. 

William Menzies, - *■ 

George Strang, - 5. 

Robert Shaw, 



Eaillies of Gorbals, 
and Commiffioners 

ex ofnciis 

James M'Lachlan, fo 
James Laurie, 
James Stewatt, 
Robert Malcolm, 
William Mills, 
Aichibald M'Gown, 



Hugh M'Lean, Mafter of Police 
Hugh Mann, Clerk, Collector, and Treafurer 



GLASGOW GALLOWAY BROTHERLY SOCIETY. 

Gilbert Davirifcn, Prefes David Coulter, late Prefes 

Anthony Bannay, Treafurer James M'CUloch, late Treafurer 

Directors 



Adam Grierfon 
John Bannay, fen. 
John Kaniiay, jun. 
David Davidfcn 
James Ni*en 

A. M'C-eorge, Clerk- 



James M'Caul 
Anthony M'Keand 
Alex. M'Culloch 
James Mitchell 
James Johr.iton 
-Alex. M'HaSie, Officer. 



OFFICERS OF Tl 

Llr.UI. COLONEL 
COMMANDANT 

Charles Walker 

L1EUT.-COLONEL 
Archibald Paterfon 
MAJOR 
lames Sword, jun. 

CAPTAINS 
l'-.!ghLove 
David Bone 
Archibald Liddcll 
John Willon 
John Rcid 
amesRufTcljjan. 
Villiam Craig 



E GLASGOW LIGHT INF 
.Archibald NcwaU 
jjohn Mann 
ijofeph Scott 
| Ift LIEUTENANTS 
I William Pollock 

I James Kennedy 
William Douglas 
i Robert Paterfon 
JEbcnezec Campbell 

il'boii.as Scott 
Gilbert Davidfon 
Jjamc6 K:iig 
'Robert M'Callum 
jjohn Tecant, jun. 



A.KTRY REGIMENT 

; .c LJi.l."ii.NAMS 
Thomas M'Culloch 
John M'Dougall 
'.V. Glen Anderfon 

PA¥ MASTER 
Nathaniel Stevenfon 
CHAfLAIN 
Jr. MacGiil 

ADJUTANT 
Wil. Kelbani, Brevet Cap 

UART LR-MASTER 
James Hamilton 
iURGEON— j. CorkifldaleJ 



OFFICERS OF THE CANAL VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 



LT -COL. COMMAS, 
Hugh Baird 

MAJOR 
Robett Baird 

CAPTAINS 
Ji.hr. Baird 
Robert baimori 

\udrew Walker 



hn Paul 

lit lxkjtknani 

Robert M'Dowall 
Robert Aitkeu 
William Thomfon 
George Salmoud 
joha Walkea 



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2d LIEUTENANTS 

'.Robert Smith 
idav.ford Ycung 
] han.es Thomfon 
[Alex, hcrbertfon 

PAY-MASTER 
|G. Salmcnd 

I QUARTER-MASTER 
Aobeit YouLg 



OFFICERS ui the ANDERSTQN REGIMENT of VOLUNTEER LOCAL 



LIEUT-COLONEL 
COMMANDANT 

ijohn Geddes 

I LIEUT-COLONEL 

Richard Gillefpie 
MAJOR 
Colin Gillefpie 

CAPTAINS 
John Pattifon 
James Robb 
Gilbert Lang, fen. 
James Laird 
Gilbert Lang,jun. 
David. Young 
James Campbell 
Will. Graham 



MILITIA 

[ LIEUTENANTS 

John Jamiefon 
William Semple 
Andrew Croibie 
Thomas Jamiefon 
M. B. Simfon 
Patrick Mitchell 
William Geddes 
James Cleland 
Willium Young 
Andrew Hunter 

ENS1GN3 
William Baird 
John Muter 
Andrew M'Gilchrift 
James Kirkland 



Alex. Blackie 
I John Tod 

I PAY MASTER 

'Alexander Buchanan 
| ADJUTANT 

James Mitchell 

QUARTER-MASTER 
James Milligan 

CHAPLAIN 
Rev. James Stewart 
SURGEON 
W. Anderfon 

ASSISTANT 
John Dick 

AGENT 
George Haffel, Efq. 



COMMISSIONERS under the PROPERTY TAX, for the City of GLASGOW. 
John Hamilton [| Cun. Corbett I] David Conncl II John M'Caul 

James Mackenzie II James Black II Thomas Hopkirk II 

Andrew Bald and Charles Hamilton, Surveyors and Aflefibrs 
Lau:x:ice Craigie, Collector Mat hew Taylor, Clerk 



TAELE of HIGH WATER at GREENOCK, for the Year 1809. 

[K> Evening. 



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N. B. High Water at the Srooffiielaw, 3 hours later than at Greenock. 
To find the time of High Water at Greenock, turn up to the Calender for the day of 
tie mouth wanted, and upon the &ais line, near the Leith Tide Table, Is the Moon's 
Ase. — Having the Moon*s Age for tlic Day wanted, by looking at the above Table, the 
time of Hijih Water is found for Morning and Evening at Greenock. 

December loth 1808; The ether Volunteer Corp.? are all difbanded, an.! the Lo- 
cal Militia are net yet cmbcdieJ, nor theft Officers accepted. 



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STIRLING LISTS.— 1809. 



David Williamson, Esq. Sheriff Depute. 
John M'Gibbon, Substitute. 
Robert Banks, Clerk. 
Peter Grant, Depute. 
Robert Sconce, Fiscal. 



MAGISTRATES and TOWN COUNCIL. 

Michael Con rial, Esq. High Sheriff and Provost. 
Alexander Dow, "1 

Robert Gillies, / ^.y. and ^^ D te> 
Thos. Littlejohn. ( 
John Sutherland. J 

John Thomson, Dean of Guild. 

Thomas Wright, Treasurer. 

William Murdoch, DeaconXonvener. 
James Henderson, 
James Forman, 
James M'Ewan, 

J-ihn Aikman, V. Merchant Counsellors. 
Alex. Peebles, 
John Banks, 
Daniel M'Ewan. 

George Harvie, Deacon of the Hammermen. 
John Martin Deacon of the Cordiners. 
John Stevenson, Deacon of the Weavers. 
William Murdoch, Deacon of the Bakers. 
John Malcolm, Deacon of the Skinners. 
John Johnstone, Deacon of the Fleshers. 
James Graham, Deacon of the Tailors. 
John M'Gibbon, Town Clerk. 
Robert Sconce, Fiscal. 



COMMISSARY COURT. 
Duncan Campbell, Commissar)'.! Andrew FIuttoi^Clerk.Depute 
John Burn, Depute. (Alexander Littlejohn, Fiscal 



JUSTICE of PEACE COURT. 



The Provost of Stirling. 
William Wright, Esq. 
Gabriel Forrester, Esq. 
James Bain, Esq. 
James N. Rind, Esq. 
Robert Campbell, Fiscal. — Alexander Littlejohn, Cleri. 
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John Henderson, E?q. 
William Murray, Esq. 
John Graham, Esq. 
Alexander Smith, Esq. 



MINISTERS. 



I Hi »' h Churth 



James SomerviUe, 

John Russel 

John Smart. 1 „ , 

t-» • i c. 4. r Eat'gner Congregation. 

David Stewart, 3 ° 

Hugh Heugh, Antiburgher. 

William Willis, Old Light. 

John M'Millan, Cametonian. 

Bishop George Gleg, L. L. D. English Chapel. 

William Henry, Tabernacle. 



BANKS. 
Stirling Bank — William Telford, Cashier. 
Campbell, Thomson, & Co. — John Methven, Cashier. 
Bank of Scotland — Patrick Murdoch, Agent. 
Leith Bank — Donald M'Donald, Agent. 



INSURANCE OFFICES. 
Sun Fire Office — William Anderson, Agent. 
Phoenix Do. —William Telford, Do. 
Caledonian —Pat. Murdoch, Do. 

Royal Exchange Assurance — Daniel M'Kinlay, Agent. 



HOSPITALS. 

Cowan's — Founded in 1639, for the relief of decayed 
Guild Brethren. 

Magistrates, Tcivn Council and Jirst Minister, Patrons. 
Alexander Ps-unciman, Master. 

Allan's — Founded in 1724. 

Magistrates, Toivn Council and second Minister, Patrons. 

William Henderson, Master. 



Sfittal's — Founded in 1530, for the relief of decayed 
Tradesmen. 
Magistrates, Tottn Council and second Minister, Patrons. 
John Carr, Master. 

Adamson's Bursary. 
Convener Court, Patrons. 

CESS OFFICE. 
John Murray, Esq. Collector. 

Thomas Wingate, Depute, and Distributer of Stamps. 
James MTavlane, Collector for the Town. 
Robert Henderson, Surveyor. 
— , -£- - 



EXCISE OFFICE. 
James Ndbje, Esq. Collector. 
William Walker, Supervisor. 



SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY, 

Instituted in 1805. 
- Committee of Management. 
John Smart, Preses. jThos. Lucas, 

Malcom Burdon. JAlex. Steel, Librarian. 

J. LogaK William M : K inlay, Trcasurir. 

Fat. Muschet. | 

Terms of admission, 2L 12s. 6d. and half a guinea annually 
for the support of the Institution. There are 1 50 Subscribers. 



COACHES. 
To Edinburgh, the Mail every morning, at 3, and Long Coach 

at 9, from Mason's and Gib's, alternately. 
To Glasgow, the Long coach, every lawful day, at 8 in th 

morning, returns at 9 P. M. 
The Perth Coach, every lawful day, at 5 P. M. returns at 

1 P. M. 



PHYSICIANS .and SURGEONS. 
Thomas R.ind. Thomas Lucas, j Daniel Wingate. 

John Forrest. ' James Binsmore. J 

TEACHERS. 

Malcom Burden, Grammar School. 

Peter MDougal, Mathematics and Writing. 

Christopher Bell, 1 .. , , , 

.i j ,, lT . J- English Schools. 
Alexander IVx'Laurm, 3 b 

STIRLING CASTLE. 
Lord Hutcheson, Governor. 
Lieut-Colonel S. Graham, Deputy Governor. 
Patrick Tytler, Fort-Major. 
Robes t Moodie, Chaplain. 
Arthur Forbes, Barrack-master. 
J. French, Store-keeper. 



LIEUTENANCY of STIRLINGSHIRE. 
Duke of Montrose, Lord Lieutenant. 
General Maxwell, 1 T . „ f ^. . . . 

Jo. Lennox, Esq. J Lieutenants of Division. 



John Baird, Esq. 
William Forbes, Esq. 
Thomas Graham, Esq. 
J. A. Higgins, Esq. 
James Bruce, Esq. 
William Morehead, Esq. 
John Buchanan, Esq. 
H. Glassford, Esq. 
J. D. Napier, Esq. 



Deputy Lieutenants. 

Peter Spelrs, Esq. 
Samuel Cooper, Esq. 
H. M'Donald Buchanan,Esq. 
George Menzies, E?q. 
Archibald Stirling, Esq. 
James Edington, Esq. 
William Murray, jun. Esq. 
James Johnstone, Esq. 
The Provost of Stirling. 



STIRLINGSHIRE YEOMANRY CAVALRY. 


Major. 


D. Munro Binning. 1 Comet. 


William Murray. 


Lieutenants. P. M'Pherson. 


Captains. 


John Baird. Henry Staintor. 


Peter Speirs, 


J. D. Napier. James Wilson. 


James Bruce. 


John Murray. 1 



EAST BATTALION OF LOCAL MILITIA. 

Lieut.-Col. Command. Francis Simpson. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. William Morehead. 

Major. James Brown. 



WEST BATTALION OF LOC ALMILITIA, 
Lieut.-Col. Command. John Hamilton. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. James Russel. 

Major. Samuel Stirling. 



PORT-GLASGOW LISTS. 



MAGISTRATES and TOWN COUNCIL of 
PORT-GLASGOW and NEWARK. 
John Barr, Esq. > D •,,• 
John Smith, Lsq. ) 



William M'Gill. 
James Shaw. 
John Ewing. 



jounseuors. 
>bert Boyd. 



Alex. Barnhill. 

Archd. Falconer. 
James M ; Lean. Robert Steele. 

Robert Paton, Procurator Fiscal. 
James Kuie, Treasurer. 
Alexander Watson, Town Clerk. 
Robert Hunter, jun. Shore Master 

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John Gumming, 
llobt. M'Lachlan. 
Joseph Dougall. 



MINISTERS. 
John Forest, Parish. 
Chapel of Ease, John Parker. 
David Ingles, Burgher. 
James Thomson, Session Clerk. 



CUSTOM HOUSE. 

John Dunlop, Esq. Collector. 

William M'Bowall, Esq. Comptroller. 

Archibald Henrie, Collector's first Clerk. 

John Morrison, Comptroller's first Clerk. 

James Cleland, Land-Surveyor. 
William Niven, George Black, ? Land . Waiters . 
'William Ogilvie, l nomas Scott, $ 

Robert King, Tobacco Warehouse Keeper. 

William Drummond, Tide-Surveyor. 
Walter Graham, Coast Waiter. 



EXCISE OFFICE. 
George M'Kay, Esq. Collector. 
John Rankin, Supervisor. 
John May, Tobacco Warehouse Keeper. 
Hugh Montgomerie, 7 p ort Qfficers> 
James Williamson, j 
Hugh Cogan, Export Officer. 
James Meekleion Officer of Division. 



AGENTS for the IMPORT and EXPORT 
BUSINESS. 
Alexander M'Lachlan & Co. 
Hugh Milliken. William Wilson. 



PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. 
James Carmichael, Physician. 
James Forster, ") 

Robert Henderson, > Surgeons. 
John Reid, j 



TEACHERS. 

William Thomson, Writing and Mathematics. 

James Thomson, Latin. 

Alexander Buchanan, English. 
— __ 



PROCURATORS. 

Alexander Watson, Town Clerk. 
Robert Pat on. 



CLYDE SOCIETY, PORT-GLASGOW. 

For the relief of Widoivs, Children and Reduced Members, 

DIRECTORS. 

Messrs. Arcibald Falconer Preses and Treasurer; John 
Cumming, and Alexander Barnhiil Key-keepers; John 
Ewing, Robert Gillespie, William M'Gill, Port-Glasgow ; 
William Watson, John M'Kechnis, James Paterson 
Greenock ; David Denny, Glasgow; and Archibald 
Stewart. Rothsav. 



GREENOCK LISTS. 

MAGISTRATES and TOWN COUNCIL. 

Alexander Dunlop, Esq. James Ferrie, Esq. Bailies. 
Thomas Ramsay. Treasurer. 

Counsellors. 

Dun. M'Naught. jjames Leitch. IJohn Hamilton, 
fames Robertson. (Walter Ritchie. jArchd. Baine. 
John Muir, Town Clerk. 



MINISTERS. 
!l. Steel, Old or West Par. 
Or. John Scott, New do. 
Kenneth Baine, Gceiic. 
fohn Gilchrist, East Chapel. 



William Wilson, Burgher.: 

Moscript, do. 

Antiburghers, Geo. Barclay 
Relief, Wm Auld 



TEACHERS, 
rlar 
English, vacant, 
^olin Lament, Writing, Arithmetic, Mathematics, Na 
vigation, and Astronomy. 

Colin Buchanan, Writing, Drawing, &c. 
Js. Dunn, French and English Grammar, Elocution, &c 
\rchibald M'Kellar, Chanty School, 
rbomas Rennie, J. Hamilton, ^ English, Writing, 
vVilliam Boyd, W. Jamieson, > Arithmetic, &c. 
George Murray, 3 

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alhan Wilson, 
high Crawford. 

iliam Campbell 
nhn Davidson. 



PROCURATORS. 

John Muir. I Allan Swan. 
John M'Kinnon. [Thomas Potts 
William Kerr. 
Joan M'Nair. | 



CUSTOM HOUSE. 
Aciam Johnston, Deputy Collector. 
William M'Dowall, Comptroller. 
P.obert Dunlop, Land Surveyor. 
John Ewart, do. do. 
William "Wood, Tide Surveyor. 



EXCISE OFFICE. 
George M'Kay, Esq. Collector. 
Thomas Spence, Supervisor. 
James Findlav, Tide-Surveyor. , 
John Findlater, Tobacco Warehouse-keeper. 
John M'Donald, -) 
John Weir, J Port Officers. 

Thomas Crawford, J 
Charles Wallace,} E Officers. 

David Reid, $ r • . 

Robert Hutton, Officer on Salt and Fisheries. 
James Er skine, and James March, Permit Officers^ 

BANKS. 

BANK OF SCOTLAND. 

John M'Nair, Agent. j William Stocks, Teller, 

Archd, Fyfe, Accomptant. | 

GREENOCK BANK. 

James Gammel, Manager. [D. M'Ewan, ) Tellers 
Alex. Thomson, Cashier. And. M'Neil, J 
Jn. Brymner, Accomptant. J 

RENFREWSHIRE BANK. 

Alex. Dunlop, Manager. (John Walker, ? Te !j ers . 
James Patten, Cashier. I A. M'Conechy.$ 

D uncan Smith, Accomptant. | 

AGENTS for PACKETS, and CONSTANT 
TRADERS from GREENOCK. 

To Liverpool, D uncan Ferguson. 

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To Nfcw York, J. Buchanan j A, M'Govvn, Wilson, 
& M<Lellan. 

To Charleston, Wilson, & M'Lellan, & T. Stevenson. 

To Dublin, Duncan M'Naugnt, & Co. 

To Belfast, Duncan M'Naught,&Co. & W.Donald. 

To Leith, by the Canal, Mr. Bain; Duncan Ferguson. 

To Roth say, Anderson & Fullerton. 

To Campbeltown, two constant Traders, apply to the 
Master on board. 

ToInverary, Dunoon, Portenstock, Arintinny, White- 
havefi, Oban,Tobermorry, Bristol, Ayr, Tarbet, Stor- 
noway, Stranraer, Drumfork, Largs, RoseneathjRou^ 
Helensburgh, Cardross, and Dumbarton, almost daily 



RATES of ANCHORAGE. 

Ships, British, 5s.— Foreign, 10s. 

Brigs, do. 2s. 6d. — do. 5s. 

Sloops above 22 Tons, Is. 6d. — Wherry-rigged with 

deck, Is. 
Square-sail Gaberts cr Lighters, 9d. — Wherries, half 

deck, 6d. 
Small Boats, wherry-rigged, 3d. 
Vessels served with Towns' Water, at Is. 6d. per ton. 



HARBOUR DUES. 

British Vessels from Foreign parts, inwards, 6d. per ton, 
Ditto. Do. outwards, 6d. ditto. 

Ditto. Do. Coastwise, or to Ireland, 4d. ditto. 
Foreign'Vessels, out and in. 2s. ditto. 



CARRIERS FROM GREENOCK. 

Glasgow and Leith, at M'Corkle's, Cross-shore, and M<- 

Ewan's,M'd-Quay head, arrive and depart daily. 
Irvine, at William Hislop's Market-street, arrives on 

Tuesday, and departs en Wednesday. 
Dairy, at Wm. Hislop's, and James Paul's, Market-street, 

arrives on Tuesday, and departs on Wednesday. 
Saltcoats, at Wm. Hislop's, and James Paul's, Market 

street, arrives on Tuesday, and departs on Wednesday. 
Kilmarnock, at Hugh Bowie's, William-street, arrives 

and departs on Wednesday. 
Bridge of Johnston, at James Wilson's head of Taylor's 

Clcse, arrives and departs on Wednesday. 

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Largs, at Wm. Kislop's, Market-street, arrives and de- 
parts on Tuesday luid Friday. , i 

Paisley, at Robert Shaw's, Cross-shore, arrives and de- 
-arts daiH'. [parts on W ednesday .j 

Kilbride, atWm. Hislcp's, arrives on Tuesday, and de-, 

Lochwinnoch, at James Paul's, Market-street, arrives on 
Tuesday, and departs on Wednesday. 

Beith, at Wm.Hislop's, Market street, arrives on Tuesday, 
and departs on Wednesday. 

Kilbarchan, at James Lang, Grocer, Cathcart-street, on 
Tuesday and Friday, and departs same days. 

Port-Glasgow, J. Miller, and A.Logan, every lawful day. 

Tnnerkip, Ts. Finnic, and And. L ogan, every lawiul day . 



GREENOCK LIBRARY. 

Committee. 



John Scott, D. D. 
Rev. John Gilchrist 
Andrew Hill, M. D. 
John M'Kinnon. 
James Park. 



John Spiers. 
Samuel Omay. 
Agnew Crawford. 
Hugh Crawford. 
John Dunn, Librarian. 



COACHES. 
Mail Coach to Glasgow, from White Hart Inn, at 9 A. M 

and half past 3 P. M. every day. 
Oak to Glasgow, from Turnbull's, andWhite Hart, at 8 A. M 

A six seated coach from Masson's Ledge, every lawful day 
Royal George to Glasgow, horn Tontine, at 4 P. M. evert 

lawful dav. 
Coach to Irvine, from White Hart, every Saturday morninc 

9 o'clock. 



PHYSICIANS AND bURGEO 



A. Hill, M. D. Glas. College. 
John Spiers, Surgery, do. 
J. Cclquhonn,M. D. do. 



C Campbell, Edin. College. 
W. Caneron, Surgery, do. 
J. Simpson, do. do. 



COMMISSIONERS ON THE HARBOUR. 



George Robertson. 
DugaJd Ferguson. 
James Hunter, jun. 
John Rankin. 
T. M'Cunn. 



T. Ritchie. 
Arthur Oughterson. 
Ouintin Lc-ith. 
David Hyde. 



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PAISLEY LISTS. 
, — ^ — 

MAGISTRATES and TOWN COUNCIL. 

William Jamieson Esq. Chief Magistrate. 

Robert M'Lean Esq. 1 ^.^ 

George Carswell, Esq. 5 

Mr James Murphy, Treasurer. 



Old Counsellors. 
William Stow. 
Hugh Thomson. 
Archibald Jamieson. 
John Orr. 
John Davidson. 
Robert Barclay. 
John Burns. 



Andrew Moodie. 
Hugh Vallance. 
Robert Cochran. 
William Bain. 
Alex. M'Alite. 
Robert Orr. 
James Carlisle. 



Ne-w Counsellors. 
John Orr. 
John Wilson. 
Oliver Jamieson. 
A.&N.Gibson,clerkf 
F. Martin, Pro. Fisc, 
J. Patison.Chamberl. 



INCORPORATION OF MERCHANTS. 
Hugh Thomson, Convenor. 
William Fulton, Treasurer. 



Robert Orr, 
William Sharp. 
Oliver Jamieson. 
John Davidson. 



John Pollock. 
Walter Robertson. 
Adam Keir. 
William Orr. 



Nathaniel Gibson, Clerk. 



INCORPORATION OF MASTER WEAVERS, 
Incorjwrated 1702. 
James Bowie, Convenor. 
John Orr, Treasurer. 
Directors. 
Matthew Speir. 
R. Pattison. 
William Gib. 
i Charles Downie. 



William Nelson. 
James Brown. 
Andrew Campbell 
James Neilson. 



(Robert Cochranjun 
Jas. Neilson. jun. 
Jas. Findlay. 
Jas. Wilson. 



John Snodgrass, Clerk. 



MINISTERS. 
High Kirk, - John Finlay. Town Council. 

Middle Kirk, _ Jonathan Rankin. Do. 

T . , - r . , Colin GillLes. 1 Do. 

La lg hKirk, J n . Reid, Assit. & sue. $ 

Abbey, - ^efsS. } Marquis of Abercom- 



354 



"Gaelic Chuptl, - Walter Blair. 

Eurgher, - William Smart. 

lAntiburgher, - William Ferrier. 

! Relief, - J. MDermid. 



COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE, 1809. 
An act for paving, lighting, cleansing, and watching the 
J^'rg-A of Paisley and Suburbs thereof; for improving and form- 
ting certain Streets, and erecting a Bridewell or Workhouse 
•therein ; and for regulating the Police and Markets. — The pre 
Jsent Commissioners are, 

William Jamieson, Esq. Chief Magistrate. 
Robert M'Lean, and George Carswell, Bailies. 
Andrew Wilson, and Andrew Campbell, - 1st Ward. 
William Carlisle, and Samuel Cochran, - 2d Ward. 
John Love, and Gavin Browning, - 3d Ward. 

John Fisher, and Wm. Bissland, - 4th Ward. 

Robert Barclay, and Gavin Maxwell, - 5th Ward. 

James Turnbull, and Robert Laird, - 6th Ward. 

Archibald Livingston, and Robert Aitken,- 7th Ward. 
Matthew Smith, and James Brown, - Sth Ward. 

William Barr, and Charles Downie, - 9th Ward. 

William Giffen, Police Master. 
Nathaniel Gibson, Clerk 



SHERIFF COURT. 
John Connel, Esq. Sheriff Depute. 
Alexander Campbell, Esq. Sheriff Substitute. 
John Wylie, Procurator Fiscal. 
Robert Walkinshaw, Clerk. 
Peter Jack, Substitute. 

FACULTY OF PROCURA1 ORS. 



John Peers, Dean of Faculty. | Gavin Lang, Treasurer . 

Counsellors. 

Francis Martin. | Nathaniel Gibson. I John Snodgtaa 

William M'Waiter. T 

John Muir. C Examinalor,. 

Henry Wilson. j 

Alemlers 
Thomas Kibble. [John Wylie. JSamuel Cochran. 



John Crawford. James Campbell. 

R-obert Walkinshaw. John Boyle. 
Robert Caldwell. I William Campbell. 
Alex. Campbell. John Gardner. 



Thomas Lang. 
Peter Jack. 
James Wylie. 
Robert Orr, Chrk. 



3?5 



GLASGOW, PAISLEY and ARDROSSAN CANAL. 
Committee of Managers. 
Right Honourable the Earl of Eglinton. 



Geo. Houston, Esq. 
Mat. Brown, Esq. 
Robert Fulton, Esq, 
A. Moody, Esq. 



James Kibble, Esq. jRobert Barclay, Esq. 
W. Jamieson, Esq. William King, Esq. 
Committee of AccountslW.Gifftn, Treasurer. 
Wm. Carlisle, Esq. | 



HUTCHISON'S CHAPJTY SCHOOL. 

Patrons. 
William Jamieson, Esq. I George Carswell, Esq. 
Robert M'Lean, Esq. | James Murphy, Treasurer. 

Directors. 
Rev. John Finlay. j Jonathan Rankin, j John Reid. 
Mr James Bowie, Convenor, Weavers' Society. 
Mr Hugh Thomson, Do. Merchants' Do. 
Robert Carswell, Towns' Hospital. 
James Carlile, *} 

William Patison, C Mrs. Hutchison's Trustees. 
John Boyle. j 

Wm. Shields, Teacher. | James Walkinshaw, Clerk. 



HUMANE SOCIETY. 
Rev. William Ferrier, President. 
William M'Walter, Secretaiy. 

With Fifteen Directors. 



COMMITTEE of MANAGERS of the 

COFFEE ROOM. 

Robert Barclay, Convenor. 



William Carlile. 
Wm. Jamieson. 
William King. 
Adam Boyd. 



Matthew Brown. 
Walter Carswell. 
Robert Brown. 
William Sharp. 



Wm. Fultcn, junr. 
Adam Ker. 
William Burns. 



William Bissland, Treasurer. Nathaniel Gibson, Secretary 



SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. 
The Paisley Subscription Library opened at Whitsunday, 
1 SOS. —The terms were 3i. 3s., fees of Subscription, with 
2s. additional for every year the Society has existed to those 
who Subscribe afterwards, and half a Guinea annually for the 
maintenance of the Institution. It consists at present of about 
3000 volumes, and has 200 Subscribers. 



December 16, 1808. — Volunteers disembodied and the Local; 
Militia not yet embodied. 



MANAGERS of the DISPENSARY. 
Rev. Robert Boa^, President. John Likly, Treasurer. 



Robert Barclay. 
Matthew Brown. 
William Carlile. 
G. CarswelL 
John Davidson. 
William Ferrier. 



John Findlay. 
William Jamieson. 
John Love. 
John Orr. 
Jon. Rankin. 



Walter Robertson. 
William Smart. 
James Smith. 
William Stow. 
Hueh Yallance. 



John White. 
Thomas Richmond. 
James Kerr. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

John Rodman. \ G. Wylie, Apothe- 

cary. 



Robert Watt. 
James Muir. 



DIRECTORS OF TOWNS' HOSPITAL. 
The Paisley Towns' Hospital was first opened for the re 
ception of the Poor, in May 1752. It is under the direction 
of three members of the Town Council, nine gentlemen from 
the Town at large, nominated by the Town Council, and a 
member of each of the Sessions of the three Parishes in the 
Town. — Robert Carswell,sen. Convener. And. Wilson, Cashier, 



William Clark. 
James M' Walter. 
Wm. M'Lean. 
Peter Ewing. 
James Craig. 
Andrew Deans. 



James Brown. 
Thos. Hutchison. 
Alex. Reid. 
William Paton. 
Robert Laird. 
James Murphy. 



James Buchanan. 
r. Crichton,Mast. 
Mrs. Scott, House- 
keeper. 
Jn. White, Surgeon, 



MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS. 
John White. iJohn Rodman. jRobert M'Kechnie. 

Thomas Richmond. JRobert Watt. (John Reid. 

James Kerr. jJames Muir. 



OLD BANK. 



Adam Keir, Cashier. 
Alex. Gardiner, 7 Accomp- 
Fhos. Cockburn,5 tants. 
Alexander Wilson, Teller. 
J. Jeffrey, sen. 



I John Smith, "J 

I Alex. Murdoch, f 
James Cockburn. C 
A. Smith, j 

Walter Reid, Porter 

357 



Clerks. 



John Likly, Cashier. 
James Miller, Accomptant. 

Clerks. 
John Scott. - 
John Monteith. 



UNION BANK. 

John Campbell. 
W. R. Ewing. 
Ninian Hodgert, Teller. 
Archibald Dove, Porter. 



TEACHERS. 

Grammar School. 
John Feddie, Rector. | A. Lorn, Assistant. 

Writing School. 

Alexander Macome. | John Davidson, Assistant, 

English School. 

J. Peddie,Mid. Church Parish. | John Davidson, Assistant. 

English School, for the Loiv Cfcurch Parish, 

William Bell. | Archibald Bell, Assistant. 



DISTRIBUTOR OF STAMPS— Fulton M'Kerrel. 



LINEN STAMP MASTER.— John Morrison. 



CESS OFFICE.— John Whylie, Collector. 



S5S 



I N D E X. 

Agents for Packets, &c. 
Anderfon's Institution, • . 

Banks, 
'iedng Soldiers, 

Carriers, 337 Cef? Office, 

Commerce, Chamb. of . • 

niffaries ofGlafirow, 
Do. of Campfie and Hamilton, 
Commiffioners of Affeffed Taxes, 
Do. of Property Tax for the County, 
Do. of Property Tax for the City, 
Committee for managing the Torth 
and Clyde Navigation, 

Cuftom Houfe, 328 Coal Porters 

Ex'.ife Office, . 
Grammar School, 

Guild Court, Dean of 

Grocers' Company, 

Hofpitai, Town's 

Hutchifon's, Blair's, S«otftarbet*s,and 
Baxter's Boys, 

Infirmary, Royal 

Infurance Office;, . 

JufUcesof the Peace, 

Lieutenancy of Lanarkfhire, 

Lottery Offices, 

Magistrates, . • 

Merchant?' Houfe, 

Meffengers at Arms, 

Miller's Chanty, 
vlinifteis, 

Mitchell'., Mortification, 



GLASGOW LISTS. 




33 4 


Mortification, Tennent's 


334J 


33! 


Pfeyficians, &o 


327 


327 


Police, Managers of 


341 


342 


Do. do. Gorbals 


543 


332 


Porters' Fees, . . . 


340 


330 


Port Office, 


335 


32S 


Port arrivals and departures, 


ib. 


ib. 


Procurators, . . . 


32? 


333 


Public Library, . 


S3£ 


332 


Public Offices, . 


326 


344 


Society, Ayrfhire 


334 


l 


Annuity, Glsfgcw 


342 


889 


Bookbinders' . 


334 


333 


Brown's 


ib. 


338 


Galloway, Glafgow 


343 


:.- 


Highland 


333 


325 


Humane 


334 


334 


Literary, Glafgow 


342 


332 


Farochia'i Scho^lmafters 


343 


d 


Philosophical . 


330J 


ib. 


Sons of Clergy . r* 


333 


326 
332 


Teachers' 


334 


'Staff of the Weftern Diftrict, 


3~. 


32S 


Istage Coaches, 337 Sedan Chairs 


32 


333 


Stirling's Library, 


531 


332 Trades' Houfe, . 


826 


325 Bnrrerfity, 


13C 


ib. Volunteer!, Light Infcntry 


343 


S3iJ Audcrfton . 


344 


Canal 


2VJ 


S2- 


Wilfon's Charity, 


330 



Banks, 

Caftle,— Coa'. 

Ceis Office, 3' 

ErcifeOJice, 

Fire Offices, 

Hofpitai s, 

Jufrice ot Peace Court 



STIRLING LISTS. 

S45,Lieutenaccy of Stirlingshire, 



47— Cavalry'* *™ 

orr.miitary Court,345 

347 

346 

ib. 



Local Militia, 

Magistrates audTownCouncil, 

Minifters, 346 Teachers, 

Phyficians and Surgeoas, 
Sheriff Court, 
345jSubftript-on Library, 
PAISLEY LISTS. 
Minifters, 

Police, 355— Public Offices, 
Procurators, . i 

Subfuiption Library, 
Sheriff Court, 

Teachers, 358 Towns* Hofpitai, 

Volunteers, 6t Locai Militia 
Weavers, (incorporation of,) 

PORT-GLASGOW LISTS, Pages 24S— 349 and S50. 

GREENOCK LISTS. 

S51 Library, . • 



Ardroffan CanM, . . 3S6 

Banki, 357 Coffee Room, . ib. 

Cefs Office, . . . , 351 

Difpenfary, . • .35' 

Hutcheson's Char.— Humane Society, 35>. 

Magi ft rates,— Merchants, • S54 

Medical Practitioners, . • 357 



Agents for Packets, &c. 

Banks, 

Carriers, 

Commiffioners on the Harbour, 

Coaches, 

Curtom Houfe, . 

Excife Office, . 



Magistrates and Town Course! 

Minifters, Teachers, 

Phyficians and Surgeons, 

...Procurators, 

1 iRates of Anchorage, &c. 

jTatie of High Water, . 



;u.\?:.ian\ cu v.- 



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