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THE 


&bert>een Stlmattacfe, 

AND 

NORTHERN REGISTER, 


1827, 


Being tfie Cfjtrfc after Heap gear, 

And of the Julian Period 6540. 


Inscribed, with the greatest respect, to 
The PROVOST, MAGISTRATES and COUNCIL, 
By their obliged humble Servants, 

D. C IIalmers & Co. 



_ 

Aberdeen Printed by D. Chalmers Co* 
And Sold by all the Booksellers, 


Price 4s. 6d. Bound in Red. 













— 

COMMON NOTES. 

Dom. Letter.GjEpact. 3;indiction ..15 

Golden Number. ..4'Solar Cycle.i6| Julian Period 654 0 

MOVEABLE FEASTS . 


Shrove Sunday ... 

...Feb. 

2rJ 

Rogation Sunday... 

...May 20 

Ash Wednesday.. 

....Feb. 28 

Ascension Day. 


Palm Sunday.. 


8 

Whitsunday. 


Good Friday . 


Trinity Sunday. 


Eastetr Day. 


IJ 

Advent Sunday. 


Low Sunday. 


22 

Sundays after Trinity, 24 


TWILIGHT 


The time of the shortest Twilight at Aberdeen is on the 
Morning of the 2d of March, and the Evening of the 13^ 
of October—duration, 2h. 14' 6 ". —There will be no real 
Night from the 1st of May to the 14th of August. _ 

ECLIPSES. 

There will be Two Eclipses of the Sun this year—one 
on the 25th of April, and the other on the 20th of October 
—both Invisible at Aberdeen.—Of the Two Eclipses of the 
Moon, that on the loth of May is also. Invisible —the other, 
on the $d of November , is partly Visible at Aberdeen . 

Sgoott GBcIiggetb 
3d November—Partly Visible. 

Beginning.3I1. 5' Aftern.l!Middle.4h. 43' Afcern. 

Rise 3 eclip.4 3 5 ,, ||End. 6 21 „ 

Digits eclipsed, io° 3 J r on the Moon’s North Limb. 

The Calculations of the Kalendar are adapted to Mean 
Time , or that shewn by a well regulated Clock. The Effects 
of Parallax and Refraction are allowed for, on the rising and 
setting of the Sun and Moon ; and the Tides are calculated 
according to the Principles laid down by Sir I. Newton. 
The Equation of Time is itiferted occasionally, which being 
applied to the Time given in the different columns of the 
Kalendar, gives Apparent Ttnte , o? that shewn by a Sun Dial. 

'; *./ . —--- 

Example —When doesthejSun rise and set, by the Sun Dial, 
at Aberdeen , on the 25 October , 1827 ? 

Rises by Clock..;..6h. 55m.) Sets by Clock ...4h. 31m. 

Clock slow ......o 16 I Clock slow.o 16 

Rises by Dial ......7 11 Sets by Dial, 4 47 













































JANUARY begins on Monday—SI Days. 


First Quarter, Thmsday 4, at ilk 38#* Night 
Full Mcon, Saturday 13, at 6/1 im Morning 
Last Quarter, Saturday 20, at 4 h 5cm Afternoon 
New Moon, Satuidaya;, at <)h 50m Morning 


Sun enters .Aquarius the 20th day, at 6 h iim Evening 


Days. 
tv. 1 m 

KALENDAR. 

SC 

rises. 

IN 

sets. 

MOON 
ag sets aft. 

TID 
, morn. 

ES. 

even. 

M 

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Circumcision 

%h 43 

this 

4 

8-4 J2' 

~hT* 

~ 3*33 

Tu 

2 


8 

42 

3 26 

5 

IO 

12 

3 53 

4 12 

W 

3 

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8 

42 

3 2-7 

6 

II 

16 

1 4 33 

4 56 

Th 

4 


8 

42 

3 28 

7 

morn. 

5 18 

5 42 

Fr 

5 

6 Old Christmas 

8 

42 

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8 

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6 10 

6 38 

Sat 

6 

Epiphany 

8 

41 

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9 

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34 

7 9 

7 40 

Su 

7 

l Sun. af. Epiphany 

8 

41 

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IC 

2 

59 

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8 48 

M 

8 

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8 

41 

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11 

4 

6 

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Tu 

9 


8 

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3 35 

12 

5 

9 

10 22 

10 53 

W 

10 


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6 

7 

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11 42 

Th 

11 

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8 38 

3 39 

14 

6 

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— 

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12 

13 Sr. Hilary 

8 

37 

3 4 i 

15 

rises,aft 

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Sat 

13 

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8 

35 

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16 

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14 

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8 

34 

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17 

5 

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M 

1 5 


8 

33 

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18 

7 

12 

2 13 

2 28 

T'u 

16 


8 

3 ^ 

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8 

25 

2 41 

3 * 

W 

11 


8 

30 

3 50 

20 

9 

37 

3 23 

3 4 i 

Th 

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8 

2 9 

3 52 

21 

10 

56 

3 59 

4 20 

Fr 

19 


8 

28 

3 54 

22 

morn. 

4 41 

5 2 

Sat 

20 

St Fabian 

8 

26 

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23 

0 

17 

5 24 

5 53 

Su 

21 

2d Sun.af.Epiphany 

8 

25 

3 59 

24 

1 

4 i 

6 24 

7 7 

M 

22 

21 St Agnes 

8 

23 

4 2 

25 

3 

3 

7 5 i 

8 39 

Tu 

23 

22 St Vincent 

8 

21 

4 4 

26 

4 

22 

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10 9 

W 

24 


8 

19 

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27 

5 

28 

10 52 

11 24 

Th 

25 

Conversion of St Paul 

8 

18 

4 8 

28 

6 

24 

ii 55 

— — 

Fr 

26 

Clock fast, 12 / 49" 

8 

16 

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29 

6 

59 

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Sat 

27 D. of Sussex b. 1773 

8 

14 

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N. 

sets,aft. 

I 4 

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Su 

28j4<^ Su. of. Epiphany 

8 

Iij 4 15 

I 

6 

26 

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M 

29 K. Geo. IV. Accts. 

8 

11 4 18 

2 

7 

48 

2 l8 

2 36 

Tu 

30 K. Charles 7 . Mar. 

8 

9 4 20 

3 

8 

56 

2 52 

3 9 

W 

31 K. Geo. IV. pro. 1820 

8 

7 4 22 

4 

10 

17 

3 25 

3 42 


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FEBRUARY begins on Thursday— 28 Days. 

First Quarter, Saturday 3, at gh II m Evening 

Full Moon, Sunday II, at ioA 29 tn Night 

Last Quarter, Monday 19, at 1 h i$ m Morning 

New Moon, Sunday 35 , at 10 h 19 m Night 


Sun enters Pisces the 19th day, at 8 h 57' Morning 


Da; 

IV. 

rg. 

171 . 

KALENDAR. 

SU 

rise9. : 

N. 

sets. 

M 

A. 

OON. 

sets, aft 

TID 

morn. 

ES. 

even. 

Th 

I 


8 h 5 

Ah 24 

5 

11A32' 

3*59 

4 /*l 7 

Fr 

2 

Purijica. of V . Mary 

8 

3 

4 

26 

6 

morn. 

4 

41 

5 

5 

Sat 

3 

2 Candlemas 

8 

0 

4 

29 

7 

0 

46 

5 

2 3 

5 

5 i 

Su 

4 

5th Sun.af Epiphany 

7 J8 

4 

31 

8 

1 

50 

6 

20 

6 

50 

M 

5 

St Agatha 

7 56 

4 

33 

9 

2 

57 

7 

2 5 

8 

0 

Tu 

6 


7 

54 

4 

35 

10 

3 

5 2 

8 

36 

9 

10 

W 

7 

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7 

5 2 

4 

37 

11 

4 

45 

9 

45 

10 

19 

Th 

8 


7 

5 ° 

4 

40 

12 

5 

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10 

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11 

13 

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9 


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4 

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11 

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Sat 

10 


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4 

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6 

31 

— 

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0 

22 

Su 

11 

Septuagesima Sund. 

7 

43 

4 

48 

15 

rises,aft 

0 

45 

1 

1 

M 

12 


7 

41 

4 

50 

16 

6 

8 

1 

18 

1 

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Tu 

13 


7 

39 

4 

5 2 

17 

7 

29 

1 

55 

2 

12 

W 

14 

Old Candlemas 

7 

37 

4 

54 

18 

8 

53 

2 

29 

2 

45 

Th 

15 

114 Valentine day 

7 

35 

4 

56 

!9 

10 

5 

3 

2 

3 

20 

Fr 

16 Clock fast, 14' 26" 

7 

3 2 

4 

58 

20 

11 

*3 

3 

38 

3 

58 

Sat 

17 

! 

7 

29 

5 

0 

21 

morn. 

4 

17 

4 

41 

Su 

18 

Sexagesinia Sunday 

7 

26 

5 

3 

22 

0 

46 

5 

5 

5 

36 

M 

19 


7 

24 

5 

5 

2 3 

2 

9 

6 

8 

6 

5 ° 

Tu 

20 


7 

22 

5 

7 

24 

3 

12 

7 

3 2 

8 

22 

W 

21 


7 

19 

5 

10 

2 5 

4 

4 

9 

2 

9 

53 

Th 

22 

Clock fast, 13' 52" 

7 

17 

5 

12 

26 

5 

3 10 

35 11 

5 

Fr 

23 24 D. of Camb.born 

7 

14 

5 

15 

27 

5 

28 11 

35 11 

58 

Sat 

24 St Matthias 

7 

11 

5 

17 

28 

5 

53 

— 

— 

1 0 

2 3 

Su 

25 Quinquagesima Sun. 

7 

8 

5 

19 

N. 

sets,aftj 0 

43 

1 1 

0 

M 

26 28 Hare Hunt ends 

7 

6 

5 

21 

I 

6 

46 

1 

20 1 

39 

Tu 

27 S/jroueTw.Fasten’sE. 

7 

4 

5 

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2 

7 

5 2 

1 

5 2 2 

12 

W 

28 Ash Wednesday 

7 

1 

5 

26 

3 

9 

11 

2 

30 

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MARCH begins on Thursday— 31 Days, 


First Quarter, Monday 5, at 6 h 3c m Evening 

Full Moon, Tuesday 13, at 12k 10m Noon 

Last Quarter, Tuesday 20, at 8 h 21 m Morning 

New Moon, Tuesday 27, at 12 h cm Noon 


Sun enters Aries the 2tst day, at 9 h 2' Morning 


Days. 
•zv, j m. 

KALENDAR. 

SUN 
rises.; sets. 

IV 

A. 

lOON | TID 
sets, afcmorn. 

>ES. 

even. 

Th 1 

St David 

6/;59 5^28 

4 

loh 18' 

3^ 4 

3^22 

Ft | 2 

St Marnan 

6 

56 5 

3i 

5 

11 

33 

3 

39 

3 

58 

Sat 3 


6 

535 

33 

6 

morn. 

4 

16 

4 

35 

Su ! 4 

I si Sunday in Lent 

6 

5oi5 

35 

7 

0 

37 

4 

56 

5 

J 9 

M | 5 


6 

48.5 

37 

8 

1 

36 

5 

44 

6 

10 

Tu 6 

Clock fast, 11/ 40" 

6 

455 

40 

9 

2 

34 

6 

41 

7 

13 

Wj 7 

Perpetua 

6 

42:5 

42 

10 

3 

26 

7 

47 

8 

23 

Th 8 

Court of Ses. rises 

6 

40 

5 

44 

11 

3 

53 

8 

59 

9 

36 

Fr | 9 

Ember Week 

6 

37 

5 

46 

12 

4 

28 

9 

58 

10 

21 

Sat 10 


6 

35 

5 

48 

13 

4 

5i 

10 

57 

11 

34 

Sun 

id Sunday in Lent 

6 

3^ 

5 

50 

14 

5 

11 

11 

54 

— 

— 

M 12 


6 

29 

5 

52 

15 

rises,aft 

0 

15 

0 

34 

Tu 13 


6 

26 

5 

55 

16 

6 

28 

1 

3 

1 

17 

W 14 

Clock fast, 9' 40" 

6 

24 

5 

57 

17 

7 

45 

1 

3^ 

1 

49 

Th 15 


6 

21 

5 

59 

18 

9 

1 z 

2 

7 

2 

24 

Fr 16 

St Patrick 

6 

18.6 

1 

19 

TO 

35 

2 

43 

3 

2 

Sat 1 17 


6 

15 6 

4 

20 

II 

56 

3 

22 

3 

44 

Su 18 

3d Sunday in Lent 

6 

12 

6 

5 21 

morn. 

4 

7 

4 

3i 

M119 

18 Edw. K. W. Sax. 

6 

10 

6 

7|2i 

I 

7 

4 

56 

5 

28 

Tu 20 


6 

7 

6 

10,23 

2 

10 

5 

59 

6 

42 

W j 21 

St Benedict 

6 

5 

6 

12 

24 

2 

57 

7 

24 

8 

14 

Th'22 

21 Day & Night eq 

6 

2 

6 

14 

25 

3 

29 

9 

13 

9 

39 

Fr '23 

Clock fast, 6' 54" 

5 

59 

6 

l6 

26 

4 

5 

10 

15 

10 

44 

Sat 24 


5 

56 

6 

19 

27 

4 

25 

11 

13 

11 

36 

Su 25 

4 th Sunday in Lent 

S 

53 

6 

21 

28 

4 

56 

i 11 

59 

— 

— 

M 26 

25 Annunciation V,J\A. 

5 

50 

6 

23 

29 

5 

3 

! 0 

18 

0 

36 

Tu 27 


5 

48 

6 

25 

N. 

sets,aft. 

i 0 

52 

1 

8 

W 28 


5 

46 

6 

27 

I 

8 

3 

1 

21 

1 

43 

Th 29 


S 

436 

29 

2 

9 

16 

! 1 

59 

2 

15 

Fr I3Q 

.Clock fast, 4' 45" 

S 

406 

31 

3 

10 

40; 2 

33 

2 

51 

Sat 131 


5 

37 6 

33 

4 II 

22 

1 3 

8 

3 

25 






















APRIL begins on Sunday— 30 Days, 

First Quarter, Wednesday 4, at 2h 19 m Afternoon 

Full Moon, Wednesday II, at llh 1 Night 

Last Quarter, Wedne»day 18, at 3/1 low Afternoon 

New Moon, Thursday 26, at ih $\m Morning 


Sun enters Taurus the 20th day, at 9 h 20' Evening 


Day 

•w.) 

s. 

m. 

kalendar. 

SUN 

rises.jsets. 

M 

A. 

:oon. | 

morn. 

TIDES, 
morn. even. 

Su 

I 

Sth Sunday in Lent 

5^34 

6 A 3 5 

5 


1 

3^45 

4 /< 

r 6 

M 

2 


5 

31 

6 

38 

6 

oh 

21 

4 

27 

4 

49 

Tu 

3 


5 

29 

6 

40 

7 

I 

I5 I 

5 

12 

5 

36 

W 

4 

St. Ambrose 

5 

26 

6 

42 

8 

< I 

53 

6 

5 

6 36 

Th 

5 


5 

23 

6 

44 

9 

2 

25 | 

7 

IX 

7 

40 

Fr 

6 Clock Lst, 2' 39 " 

5 

21 

6 

4610 

2 

49 

8 

17 

8 

55 

Sat 

7 


5 

l8 

6 

48 

11 

3 

16! 

9 

28 

10 

2 

Su 

8 6 th Sunday in Lent 

5 

15 

6 

50 , 1 * 

3 

36 

10 

3 i 

10 

59 

M 

9 

8 Palm Sunday 

5 

13 

6 

53.13 

3 

5 * II 

28 

11 

57 

Tu 

10 

Aber. Synod meets 

5 

IO 

6 

55 14 

4 

15 

— 

— 

0 

15 

W 

IT 

! 

5 

7 . 

6 

57 |I 5 

rises,aft 

0 

32 

0 

5 i 

Th 

12 

Clock fast, o' 57" 

5 

5 

6 

5 9>6 

8 

7 

1 

IC 

1 

29 

Fr 

13 

Good Friday 

5 

2 7 

1 

i 7 

9 

3 * 

1 

48 

2 

7 

Sat 

14 


5 

0 7 

3 

18 

10 

52 

2 

27 

2 46 

Su 

15 

Easter Day 

4 

57:7 

5 

19 

11 

59 

3 

8 

3 

3o 

M 

1 6 Easier Monday 

4 

547 

7 

20 

morn. 

3 

53 

4 

18 

Tt. 

Easier Tuesday 

4 

5*7 

10 

21 

0 

52 

4 

43 

5 

15 

W 

18 


4 

497 

12 

22 

1 

33 

5 

47 

6 

24 

Th 

19'Alphage, ABp. 

4 

4^:7 

14 

23 

1 

58 

7 

2 

7 

44 

Fr 

20 

Clock slow, i' 2" 

4 

4417 

16 

24 

2 

29 

8 

27 

9 

5 

Sat 

21 

\22 Lozu Sunday 

4 

4 il 7 

18 

25 

2 

45 

9 

43 

10 

13 

Su 

22 

1st Sun. after Easter 

4 

38 

7 

20 

26 

3 

5 

10 

4 i 

11 

4 

M 

*3 

King’s Birth-d. kept 

4 

36 

7 

22 

2 7 3 

25 

11 

27 

11 

47 

Tu 

24 

*23 St George 

4 

33 

7 

24 

28 

3 

55 

— 


0 

7 

W 

25 

St Mark 

4 

3 T 

7 

26 

29 

4 

7 

0 

24 

0 

4 i 

Th 

26 25 Ds. Glo’ster born 

4 

29 

7 

29 

N. 

sets,aft. 

1 

0 

1 

19 

Fr 

^7 


4 

26 

7 

3 i 

I 

1 9 

16 

1 

35 

1 

51 

Sat 

28 Clock slow, 2' 33" 

4 

23 

7 

33 

2 ilO 

14 

2 

8 

2 

26 

Su 

29 2d Sund.ajt. Easter 

4 

21 

7 

35 

3^1 

6 

2 

44 

3 

2 

M 

30 


4 

19 

7 

37 

4 II 

47 

3 

21 

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41 
























MAY begins on Tuesday —31 Days, 


First Quarter, Friday 4, at 7A 12 m Morning 

Full Moon, Friday 11, at 8 h 12 m Morning 

Last Quarter, Thursday 17, at ic h 46m Night 

New Moon, Friday 25, at 6k 33*2 Evening 


Sun enters Gemini the 21st day, at 9 h 36' Eveniug 


Da^ 

w. 

rs. 

m. 

KALENDAR. 

SU 

rises. 

N 

sets. 

IV 

A. 

IOON. 

sets. 

Til 

morn. 

)ES. 

even. 

Tu 

1 

St Philip S 3 * St Jamet 

4 h 16 

7^.39 

5 

morn. 

4/1 

: I 

4k 20 

W 

2 


4 

14 

7 

42 

6 

oh 

27' 

4 

41 

5 

3 

Th 

3 

lnven.of the Cross 

4 

12 

7 

44 

7 

0 

54 

5 

20 

5 

40 

Fr 

4 


4 

10 

7 

46 

8 

1 

18 

6 

15 

6 

49 

Sat 

5 

Clock slow, 3' 26" 

4 

7 

7 

48 

9 

I 

43 

7 

2 5 

8 

2 

Su 

6 

2d Sund. aft. Easter 

4 

4 

7 

50 

10 

1 

54 

8 

37 

9 

13 

M 

7 

6 John Port. Lat. 

4 

2 

7 

5 * 

11 

2 

10 

9 

48 

10 

2 4 

Tu 

8 


3 

59 

7 

54 

12 

2 

34 

10 

5 2 

11 

21 

W 

9 

Court of Sess. sits 

3 

57 

7 

56 

13 

2 

59 

11 

45 

— 

— 

Th 

1 10 

Sun Eclipsed, Invis 

3 

55 

7 

58 

14 

3 

2 3 

0 

10 

0 

34 

Fr 

!n 


3 

53 

8 

0 

15 

rises 

,aft 

0 

53 

1 

*4 

Sat 

,12 

Clock slow, 3'53 a ' 

3 

5 i 

8 

2 

16 

9 

51 

1 

36 

1 

58 

Su 

I 13 

4 th Sun. aft. Easter 

3 

49 

8 

4 

17 

10 

47 

2 

17 

2 

37 

M 

H 


3 

47 

8 

6 

18 

11 

36 

2 

57 

3 

20 

Tu 

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Term day 

3 

45 

8 

8 

19 

morn. 

3 

4 2 

4 

7 

W 

ji6 


3 

43 

8 

10 

20 

0 

13 

4 

3 2 

5 

1 

Th 

*17 

Gen. Assembly sits 

3 

4 i 

8 

12 

21 

0 

37 

5 

31 

6 

5 

Fr 

! 18 

Clock slow, 3 ' 54 " 

3 

39 

8 

14 

22 

0 

56 

6 

40 

7 

17 

Sat 

•9 

20 StDunstan, ABp. 

3 

37 

8 

16 

2 3 

1 

21 

7 

54 

8 

30 

Su 

20 

Slh Sun. aft. Easter 

3 

35 

8 

18 

24 

I 

3 2 

9 

6 

9 

35 

M 

21 

20 Rogation Sunday 

3 

34 

8 

19 

2 5 

I 

51 

10 

4 

10 

2 9 

Tu 

22 PraS.Homburg born 

3 

3 2 

8 

21 

26 

2 

9 

10 

54 

11 

15 

W 

1*3 


3 

3 ° 

8 

*3 

27 

2 

3 2 

11 

37 

ii 

54 

Th 

24 \ Ascension, HdyThur 

3 

28 

8 

*5 

28 

2 

57 

— 

— 

0 

12 

Fr 

25:26 Old Term 

3 

*7 

8 

26 

N. 

sets 

aft. 

0 

31 

0 

50 

Sat 

26jSt Augustine, Bp. 

3 

*5 

8 

28 

I 

9 

5 

1 

9 

1 

28 

Su 

27 Sunday af Ascension 

3 

24 

8 

30 

2 

9 

48 

1 

46 

2 

4 

M 

28 27 Venerable Bede 

3 

*3 

8 

3 2 

3 

IO 

30 

2 

22 

2 

41 

Tu 

29 K. Cha. 11 . Restored 

3 

22 

8 

33 

4 

11 

0 

2 

59 

3 

16 

W 

30 


3 

20 

8 

35 

5 11 

2 5 

3 

35 

3 

54 

Th 

131 Clock slow 2' 47" 

3 

19 

8 

36 

6!ii 

43 

4 

12 

4 

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JUNE begins on Friday— SO Days. 

First Quarter, Saturday 2, at S h 410* Evening 

Full Moon, Saturday 9, at 3 h 39 m Afternoon 

Last Quarter, Saturday 16, at 8/; 18 m Morning 

New Moon, Sunday 24, at gh S& m Morning 

Sun enters Cancer the 22d day, at 6h 15' Morning 


Days. 
iu. m. 1 

KALENDAR. 

SU 

rises. 

N 

sets. 

M 

A. 

OON. 
sets. i 

TID 

morn. 

ES. 

even. 

Fr | 1 

Nicomede 

3^18 

8*37 

7 

morn. 

4*5i 

Shl2 

Sat 2\ 


3 

16 

8 39 

8 

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2 i 

5 

36 

6 

1 

Su 3' 

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3 

15 

8 41 

9 

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6 38 

7 

14 

Ml 4 

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3 

14 

8 43 

10 

0 

42| 

7 

50 

8 

24 

Tu 5 

Whit Tuesday 

3 

13 

8 44 

11 

1 

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9 

5 

9 

47 

W I 6 5 Boniface, B. 

3 

12 

8 45 

12 

I 

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10 

22 

10 58 

Th 75 Dk. of Cumb, b. 

3 

11 

8 46 

13 

1 

51 II 

30 

— 

— 

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3 

10 

8 47 

14 

2 

2 7 : 

0 

4 

0 

27 

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3 

10 

8 48 

15 

rises, af.; 

0 

41 

1 

3 

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3 

9 

8 49 

16 

9 

24 

1 

26 

1 

4S 

M 1 1 St Barnabas 

3 

9 

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17 

10 

7! 

2 

IO 

2 

29 

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3 

8 

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18 

10 

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2 

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3 

8 

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3 

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19 

11 


3 

28 

3 

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3 

7 

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20 

11 

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4 

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3 

6 

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22 

morn. 

! 5 

53 

6 

28 

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3 

6 

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2 3 

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3 

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2 

7 

39 

M 18 17 St Alban, M. 

3 

6 

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8 

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3 

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26 

1 

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22 

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3 

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27 

1 

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3 

6 

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11 

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3 

6 

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29 

2 

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0 

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7 

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sets,aft. 

0 

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3 

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3 

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3 

9 

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3 

9 

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5 

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3 

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3 

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1 Clock fast 3' 5" 

3 

10 

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6 

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4 

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JULY begins on Sunday— 31 Days. 


First Quarter, Monday 2, at 7 h 2m Morning 

Full Moon, Sunday 8, at IC h 26m Night 

Last Quarter, Sunday 15, at 8 h 31m Evening 

New Moon, Monday 23, at 12/i 41m Midnight 

First Quarter, Tuesday 31, at 2 h 4 302 Afternoon 


Sun enters Leo the 23d day, at $h 10 m Evening 


Day 

zv. 

s. 

m. 

KALENDAR. 

SU 

rises. 

N. 

sets. 

M 

A. 

[OON. 

sets,aft 

TIDES, 
morn. even. 

Su 

I 

3d Sun. aft. Trinity 

3A11 

8 AJ 5 

7 

11 h 

6' 

5 ^ 1 

5/* 24 

M 

2 

iBattle of the Boyne 

3 

12 

8 

55 

8 

11 

28 

5 51 

6 

20 

Tu 

3 

2 Visitation V. Mary 

3 

13 

8 

54 

9 

II 

51 

6 J8 

7 

37 

W 

4 

}Tr. of St Martin B. 

3 

14 

8 

54 

10 

morn. 

8 0,6; 

9 

15 

Th 

5 

3 Dogdaysbegin 

3 

1 5 

8 

53 

11 

0 

15 

9 J6 i 

10 

37 

Fr 

6 

Courtof Session rises 

3 

16 

8 

52 

12 

I 

4 

11 9 

11 

42 

Sat 

7 

Thomas a Becket 

3 

17 

8 

5 1 

13 

I 

58 

— —! 

0 

8 

Su 

8 

4 th Sun. aft. Trinity 

3 

18 

8 

50 

14 

2 

59 

0 33 

0 

55 

M 

9 

Clock fast, 4' 41" 

3 

r 9 

8 

49 

15 

rises aft 

1 18 

1 

38 

Tu 

10 

Royal Burghs meet 

3 

20 

8 

48 

16 

9 

8 

1 58 

2 

13 

W 

11 


3 

21 

8 

47 

17 

9 

28 

2 29 

2 

50 

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12 


3 

n 

8 46 

18 

9 

54 

3 

3 

3 i 

Fr 

13 


3 


8 

44 

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10 

13 

3 51 

4 

12 

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14 


3 

26 

8 

43 

20 

10 

3 i 

4 33 

4 

57 

Su 

1 5 

5 th Sund. af. Trinity 

3 

28 

8 

41 

21 

10 

50 

5 

5 

46 

M 

16 

15 St Swithen 

3 

30 

8 

41 

22 

11 

14 

6 13 

6 

47 

Tu 

17 


3 

31 

8 

40 

*3 

11 

40 

7 22 

8 

2 

W 

18 

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3 

33 

8 38 

24 

morn. 

8 41 

9 

11 

Th 

l 9 

K. Geo. IV. cr. 1821 

3 

34 

8 

37 

25 

0 

8 

9 40 

10 

9 

Fr 

20 

St Margaret, V. 

3 

36 

8 

35 

26 

0 

47 

10 38 

11 

2 

Sat 

21 


3 

37 

8 

34 

^7 

1 

36 

11 17 

11 

35 

Su 

22 

6th Sun. after Trinity 

3 

39 

8 

3 * 

28 

2 

28 

11 51 

0 

9 

M 

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22 StMagdalane 

3 

41 

8 

30 

N. 

sets,a ft. 

0 31 

0 

51 

Tu 

24 


3 

43 

8 

28 

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7 

59 

1 7 

1 

22 

W 

25 

St James 

3 

44 

8 

27 

2 

8 

20 

1 39 

1 

56 

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26 

St Anne 

3 

46 

8 

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3 

8 

37 

2 14 

2 

3 1 

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27 


3 

48 

8 

23 

4 

9 

3 

2 48 

3 

5 

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28 

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3 

50 

8 

21 

5 

9 

24 

3 11 

3 

38 

Su 

29 

7 th Sund af Trinity 

3 

5 * 

8 

19 

6 

9 

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3 56 

4 

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8 

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7 

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4 

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8 

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8 

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15 

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AUGUST begins on Wednesday— 31 Days. 

Full Moon, Tuesday 7, at 5/1 37 m Morning 

Last Quarter, Tuesday 14, at 11k 43/* Morning 

New Moon, Wednesday 22, at 2 h 25m Afternoon 

First Quarter, Wednesday 29, at 9 h 1 $m Evening 


Sun enters Virgo the 23d day, at 11 h 34** Night 


Da 

IV. 

ys. 

m. 

KALENDAR. 

SUN 

rises.' sets. 

MOON. 
A. sets,aft 

TII 

, morn. 

DES. 

even. 

W 

I 

Lammas Day 

3*57 8*13 

9:11^ 1 

0 h 3 A 


Th 

2 


4 

0,8 11 

10! 11 

47 

’ 7 5^ 

> 8 46 

Fr 

3 

Clock fast, 5' 53" 

4 

28 9 

11 

morn. 

9 32 

-10 19 

Sat 

4 


4 

4 

1.8 7 

12 

i 0 

45 

10 5011 21 

Su 

5 

8/A Sun . q/i Trinity 

4 

68 * 

13 

1 

54 

11 56- 

M 

6 

Transfiguration 

4 

8|8 3 

14 

3 

13 

0 22 

- 0 46 

Tu 

7 

Name of Jesus 

4 

10 8 1 

15 

rises,aft 

1 3 

1 22 

W 

8 


4 

12 7 59 

16 

7 

54 

1 40 

1 53 

Th 

9 

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4 

1417 57 

17 

8 

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2 6 

2 29 

Fr 

i°. 

St Lawrence 

4 

16 7 J4 

18 

8 

35 

2 52 

3 to 

Sat 

11 

Dog Days end 

4 

18I7 ji 

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8 

57 

3 27 

3 49 

Su 

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4 

20 7 49 

20 

9 

17 

4 8 

4 28 

M 

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12lLGeo.IV.b. 1762 

4 

22 7 47|2I 

9 

43 

4 49 

5 14 

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14 


4 

24 7 44 22 

10 

4 

5 38 

6 0 

W 

I 5 1 

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4 

26,7 41 23 

10 

46 

6 22 

6 55 

Th 

i6Dkof Yorkb. 1763 

4 

2 8i7 39:24 

11 

31 

7 28 

8 13 

Fr 

17 Clock fast, 3' 35" 

4 

3 ° !7 37 2 5 

morn. 

8 58 

9 34 

Sat 

18, 


4 

3 2 

7 34,26 

0 

18 

10 10 

10 29 

Su 

19 10 thSund.af. Trinity 

4 

34 

7 3227 

1 

J 9 

10 48 

II IS 

M 

20| 


4 

36 

7 29 28 

2 

24 

11 31 

11 49 

Tu 

21 Dk. ofClar. b. 1 ;6y 

4 

39 

7 26 

29 

3 

35 

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22 


4 

4 i 

7 24 

N. 

sets, aft. 

0 40 

0 57 

Th 

23 Clock fast, 2' 32" 

4 

43 

7 21 

I 

7 

8 

1 16 

1 35 

Fr 

24 St Bartholomew 

4 

45 

7 18 

2 

7 

28 

1 52 

2 7 

Sat 

2 5 


4 

47 

7 16 

3 

7 

50 

2 24 

2 41 

Su 

20 Ilth Sun.afterTrinity 

4 

49 

7 13 

4 

8 

6 

2 58 

3 13 

M 

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4 

51 

7 10 

5 

8 

35 

3 34 

3 54 

Tu 

28 St Augustine 

4 

53 

7 8 

6 

9 

4 

4 16 

4 37 

W 

29 St John Bapt. beh. 

4 

55 

7 5 

7 

9 

46 

5 6 

5 35 

Th 

3 °; 


4 5 » 

7 3 

8 

10 

35 

6 16 

6 56 

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5 

0 

7 0 

9 

11 

37 

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8 36 


























SEPTEMBER begins on Saturday— 30 Days. 


Full Moon, Wednesday 5, at 2h 25m Afternoon 

Last Quarter, Thursday 13, at 5 h 34 m Morning 

New Moon, Friday 21, at 3k 16m Morning 

First Quarter, Friday 28, at 2h 36m Morning 


Sun enters Libra the 33d day, at 8 h 7' Evening 


Da 1 

w. 

jrs. 

m. 

KALENDAR. 

SUN 

. 

rises, sets. 

M 

A. 

OON’s 

sets. 

TIDES, 
morn.! even. 

Sat 

I St Giles, A. C. 

Sh. 16A58 

ro 

morn. 

I 9/*21 ,loh 7 

Su 

2 

1 2thSun. af. Trinity 5 

3 , 6 

55 

11 

0 h 

45 

i° 3911 

12 

M 

3 1 Partridge sh. beg. 

5 

5!6 

52 

12 

2 

13 

11 3611 

59 

Tu 

4 iLond. burnt, 1666 5 

76 

49 

13 

3 

36 

— — 

0 

29 

W 

5 Clock slow i f 35" 

5 

9 

6 

46 

14 

5 

2 

0 42 0 

59 

Th 

6 7 Eunurchus, Bp. 

5 

11 

6 

44 

15 

rises,aft 

1 16 

1 

35 

Fr 

7 8 Later Mary day 

5 

13 

6 

4 i 

16 

6 

58 

I 54 

2 

11 

Sa 

8'Nativity of V.Mary 

5 

1 5 

6 

38 

n 

7 

23 

2 27 

2 

44 

Su 

9 

1 3th Sun. af. Trinity 

5 

17 

6 

35 

18 

7 

42 

3 2 

3 

20 

M 

10 


5 

20 

6 

33 

[ 9 

8 

14 

3 38 

3 

59 

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11 


5 

22 

6 

30 

20 

8 

48 

4 2,0 

4 

42 

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5 

24 

6 

27 

21 

9 

25 

5 5 

5 

31 

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13 

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5 

26 

6 

25 

22 

10 

13 

5 56 

6 

32 

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14 Holy Cross 

5 

28 

6 

22 

23 

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5 

7 2 

7 

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5 

30 

6 

19 

24 

morn. 

8 17 

8 

5 i 

Su 

16 

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5 

32 

6 

16 

25 

0 

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9 26 

9 

55 

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6 

14 

26 

1 

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10 24 

10 48 

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18 

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5 

36 

6 

11 

27 

2 

29 

11 1311 

33 

W| 

19 

Ember Week 

5 

38 

6 

8 

28 

3 

42 

II 54 

— 

— 

Th' 

20 

Salmon Fish.ends 

5 

40 

6 

5 

29 

4 

53 

0 14 

0 

35 

Fr ! 

21 

St Matthew 

5 

42 

6 

2 

N. 

sets,aft. 

0 53 

1 

11 

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22 


5 

44 

6 

c 

I 

6 

14 

1 28 

1 

46 

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^3 

13th Sun. af .Trinity 

5 

46 

5 

57 

2 

6 

38 

2 4 

2 

21 

M| 

24 

23 Day & Night eq. 

5 

48 5 

54 

3 

7 

8 

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2- 56 

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25 

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5 

5 °i 5 

5 i 

4 

7 

44 

3 17 

3 

39 

W 1 

26 

St Cyprian 

5 

52 

5 

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5 

8 

34 

4 3 

4 

26 

Th 

27 

29Q. of Wirtemb. b. 

5 

54 

5 

46 

6 

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33 

4 57 

5 

27 

Fr|z8 

29 Michaelmas 

5 

56 

5 

43 

7 

10 

37 

6 11 

6 56 

Sat 29 

30 Hare Hunt beg. 

5 

59 

5 

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8 

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8 

25 

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6 

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9 

morn. 

9 ^ 

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OCTOBER begins on Monday— 31 Days. 

Full Moon, Friday J, at 2h om Morning 

Last Quarter, Friday 12, at 12 h 54™ Night 

New Moon, Satuiday 20, at 3/1 23 m Afternoon 

First Quarter, Saturday 27, at 9 h 23** Morning 


Sun enters Scorpio the 24th day, at 4// Jim Morning 


Da] 

TV. 

rs. 

m. 

KALENDAR. 

SI 

rises. 

JN 

sets. 

M 

A. 

OON’s 
sets, m. 

Tir 

morn. 

)ES. 

even. 

M 

I 

Remigius, Bp. 

(>h 3 

5hSS 

10 

I h 

33 

loh 12 

JC//38 

Tu 

2 


6 

5 

5 

3 * 

11 

2 

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11 

6 

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34 

W 

3 


6 

7 

5 

30 

12 

4 

1 

11 

50 

— 

— 

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4 

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6 

30 

5 

27 

13 

5 

14 

0 

16 

0 

34 

Fr 

5 


6 

12 

5 

25 

14 

6 

35 

0 

52 

1 

8 

Sat 

6 

Faith, V. & M. 

6 

14 

5 

22 

15 

rises,aft 

I 

25 

I 

41 

Su 

7 

17 Sun. aft. Trinity 

6 

16 

5 

19 

16 

6 

14 

I 

56 

2 

16 

M 

8 

9^St Denys, Bp. 

6 

18 

5 

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17 

6 

44 

2 

37 

2 

55 

Tu 

9 

Aberd. Synod meets 

6 

20 

5 

13 

18 

7 

24 

3 

13 

3 

29 

W 

10 


6 

22 

5 

II 

J 9 

8 

6 

3 

45 

4 

10 

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11 

Old Michaelmas 

6 


5 

8 

20 

8 

57 

4 

35 

5 

1 

Fr 

12 


6 

27 

5 

6 

21 

9 

56 

5 

25 

5 

53 

Sat 

13 

Clock slow, 13' 34" 

6 

29 

5 

3 

22 

10 

59 

6 

21 

6 

54 

Su 

14 

I %th\Sund.af. Trinity 

6 

3 1 

5 

0 

23 

morn. 

7 

27 

7 

50 

M 

15 

St Colman 

6 

34 

4 

57 

24 

0 

7 

8 

29 

9 

7 

Tu 

16 


6 

36 

4 

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25 

1 

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9 

56 

10 

14 

W 

17 

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6 

38 

4 

52 

26 

2 

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10 

41 

11 

4 

Th 

18 

St Luke 

6 

40 

4 

49 

27 

3 

5 1 

11 

26 

11 

47 

Fr 

19 

St Rule 

6 

42 

4 

47 

28 

5 

5 

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— 

0 

6 

Sat 

20 


6 

45 

4 

44 

N. 

sets, aft. 

0 

26 

0 

46 

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21 

19/^ Sun. aft. Trinity 

6 

47 

4 

42 

I 

5 

4 

1 

12 

1 

38 

M 

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6 

49 

4 

40 

2 

5 

47 

1 

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2 

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6 

5 1 

4 

37 

3 

6 

30 

2 

25 

2 

45 

W 

24 

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6 

53 

4 

34 

4 

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28 

3 

5 

3 

26 

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St Crispin, M. 

6 

55 

4 

31 

5 

8 

36 

3 

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4 

15 

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26 


6 

58 

4 

29 

6 

9 

58 

4 

45 

5 

16 

Sat 

27 


7 

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27 

7 

10 

57 

5 

54 

6 

33 

Su 

28 

20 th Sun. aft. Trinity 

7 

3 

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24 

8 

11 

28 

7 

«4 

7 

55 

M 

29 

28 St Simon St Jude 

7 

5 

4 

22 

9 

morn. 

8 

35 

9 

15 

Tu 

30 

Abdn. College meets 

7 

7 

4 

20 

10 

1 

49 

9 46 

10 

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31 

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7 

10 

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NOVEMBER begins on Thursday— SO Days; 

Full Moon, Saturday 3, at 4 h 49** Afternoon 

Last Quarter, Sunday 11, at %k 34** Evening 

New Moon, Monday 19, at 2h 55** Morning 

First Quarter, Sunday 25, at 5A 56*; Evening 


'Days. 


Sun enters Sagittarius the 2 2d day, at 1 ih 39** Night 


Th 

Fr 

Sat 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sat 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sat 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

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Sat 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 


KALENDAR. 


SUN 

MOON’s 


TIDES. 

7 . 

rises. 

sets. 

A, 

.sets 

, m, 

morn. 

[even. 

I All Saints, HallowE. 

Thi2 

4 h 1 S 

12 

r aJi 

1 19 

J1A21 

iiX 78 

2 All Souls , Hallow day 

7 

14 

4 

13 

13 

5 

32 

11 

51 

, 

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3 Moon Eel. partly vis. 

7 

16 

4 

11 

14 

6 

48 

0 

21 

0 

41 

4 21st Sun. aft. Trinity 

7 

18 

4 

9 

15 

rises.aft 

1 

0 

1 

18 

5 Gunpowder P. 1605 

7 

21 

4 

6 

16 

5 

15 

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37 

1 

54 

6 3 Prss. Sophia born 

7 

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4 

4 

17 

6 

2 

2 

12 

2 

31 

7 St Leonard 

7 

35 

4 

2 

18 

6 

56 

2 

5 ° 

3 

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8 Prss. Augusta born 

7 

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4 

0 

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7 

44 

3 

28 

3 

48 

9 Clock slow, 16' 11" 

7 

29 

3 

58 

20 

8 

37 

4 

8 

4 

29 

0 11 St Martin, Term 

7 

32 

3 

56 

21 

9 

47 

4 

50 

5 

14 

I 22d Sun. after Trinity 

7 

34 

3 

54 

22 

10 

58 

5 

38 

6 

5 

2 Court of Sess. sits 

7 

37 

3 

5 ^ 

23 

morn. 

6 

32 

7 

7 

3 Britius, Bp. 

7 

39 

3 

50 

24 

0 

3 

7 

42 

8 

6 

4 Clock slow, 15' 27" 

7 

4 i 

3 

48 

25 

1 

21 

8 

32 

9 

5 

5 Machutus 

c 

7 

43 

3 

46 

26 

2 

41 

9 

40 

10 

14 

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7 Hugh, Bp. 

7 

45 

3 

44 

27 

4 

2 

10 

48 

11 

18 

7 

47 

3 

42 

28 

5 

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Full Moon, Monday 3, at io 4 310* Morning 

Last Quarter, Tuesday II, at 3 4 7 m Afternoon 

New Moon, Tuesday 18, at I 4 53m Afternoon 

First Quarter, Tuesday 25, at 5 4 37 m Morning 


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TABLE, 

Tofnd the Time of High Water at the following Places • 


Rule —Take the Time opposite to the given Place, and apply it 
to the Time opposite the given Day in the Kalendar—the Sum, 
or Difference, will give the Tides at that Place. 


Alloa, 

lh 45 ' Add 

Limerick, - 

- 3 h 45 / Add 

St. Andrews, 

1 

15 Add 

Liverpool, - 

- 1 

SO Sub 

Arbroath, - 

0 55 Add 

London, 

- 2 

45 Add 

Banff, 

0 

45 Sub 

Milford-haven, 

4 

30 Add 

Belfast, 

2 

45 Sub 

Newburgh, 

- 0 

15 Sub 

Bell Rock, 

2 

15 Add 

Newcastle, 

- 2 

30 Add 

North Berwick, • 

1 

15 Add 

Needles, 

- 2 

15 Sub 

Bristol, 

5 

55 Add 

Nore, 

- 0 

30 Sub 

Carrickfeigus Bay, 

2 

15 Sub 

Peterhead, 

- 0 

45 Sub 

Caithness Foint, 

S 

45 Sub 

Plymouth, 

- 5 

15 Add 

Cork, 

5 

45 Add 

Pentlandskerries, 

1 

55 Sub 

Cromarty, - 

1 

5 Sub 

Portsmouth, 

- 1 

30 Sub 

Dartmouth, 

5 

45 Add 

Port Patrick, 

- 1 

45 Sub 

Dover, 

1 

15 Sub 

Ramsgate, 

- 2 

15 Sub 

Dublin, 

3 

30 Sub 

Rattrayhead, 

- 0 

45 Sub 

Dunbar, 

1 

45 Add 

Rochester, j ame as Aberdeen. 

Dysait, 

1 

SO Add 

Scarborough, 

- 3 

0 Add 

Dundee, 

1 

25 Add 

Spurn, 

- 4 

55 Add 

Downs, 

1 

45 Sub 

Staples Lights, 

- 2 

15 Add 

Exeter, 

2 

15 Sub 

Start Point, 

- 6 

0 Sub 

Falmouth, - 

4 

45 Add 

Spithead, 

- 3 

15 Sub 

Flamborough-head, 

2 

55 Add 

Sunderland, 

- 2 

15 Add 

N. & S. Foreland, 

2 

25 Sub 

Stockton, 

- 5 

45 Add 

Grangemouth, 

I 

45 Add 

Stonehaven, 

- 0 

15 Add 

Galway, 

2 

15 Add 

Stromness, - 

- 3 

45 Sub 

Garmouth, 

0 

55 Sub 

Stornoway, 

- 5 

15 Add 

Greenock, - 

1 

15 Sub 

Tay-bar, 

- 1 

15 Add 

Harwich, 

1 

SO Sub 

Tod head, 

- 0 

35 Add 

Holy Island, 

1 

45 Add 

Torbay 

- 5 

30 Add 

Hull, 

5 

15 Add 

Weymouth, 

- 5 

25 Sub 

Inverness, - 

0 

55 Sub 

Whitby, 

- 2 

35 Add 

Kiikcaldy, - 

1 

30 Add 

Whitehaven, 

- 1 

30 Sub 

Kin sale, 

4 

30 Add 

Wick, 

- 3 

SO Sub 

Kinghorn, * 

1 

45 Add 

Wickluw, 

- 3 

45 Sub 

Leith, 

1 

35 Add 

Wexford, - 

- 5 

15 Sub 

Lerwick, (Sh. Isles) 

1 

45 Sub 

Yarmouth, - 

- 3 

45 Sub 












16 


PRINCIPAL FAIRS IN SCOTLAND. 


JANUARY—(New Stile.) 
Echt, 1st Wednesday 
Banff, St. John’s, 7th day 
Cullen, do. 

Newmachar, 2d Monday 
Auchtygall, ad Thursday 
Oldmeldrum, St.Nethalin’s Fair 
1st Thursday after the 18th 
Strichen Yule Market, l6tTues 
(Old Stile.) 

Granton, 1st Tuesday 
Mortlach, do. 

Forres, St. John’s, 1st Wednes. 
Drumblade, St Hilary’s, 2dTues. 
Fochabers, Mungo Fair, ad Wed 
Laurencekirk, Tantan, 3d Thur 
Old Deer, do. 

Turriff, St Paul’s, laft Tu & Wed 
FEBRUARY-(New Stile.) 
Dornoch, Callan’s Fair, 1st Wed. 
Echt, do. 

Newmachar, ad Monday 
Monymuik, ad Wednesday 
Ruthrieston, 3d Tuesday 
Charlefton of Aboyne, 3d Wed 
Forfar, laft do. 

Nairn, 18th day 
Abergeldie, last Friday 
Invernefs, Wednes. after 24th 
(Old Stile.) 

Banff, Candlemas Fair, ist Tues. 
Rattray, do. 

Forres, Candlemas, 1st Wednes. 
Banchory, day before Stonehaven 
Stonehaven, the Thu rfday before 
Candlemas 

New Pitfligo, 3d Tues. & Wed. 
Mintlaw, 3d Tuesday 
Cornhill, (Newton of Park) 1st 
Thursday after Candlemas 


Botriphnie, Fumack, 15th day 
Old Deer, 3d Thurfday 
Huntly, laft Tuesday 
Alford, do. 

Strichen, do. & Wednesday 
Tariand, laft Wednesday 
Redcaflle, do. 

Oldmeldrum, day before Fyvie 
Fyvie, Faften’s-even, 1st Tues¬ 
day & Wednesday after New 
Moon next after Candlemas 
Elgin, do. 

MARCH—(New Stile.) 
Nairn, ist Tuesday 
Dornoch, ist Wednesday 
Dumblane, ist Wednesday 
Perth, ist Friday 
Newmachar, ad Monday 
Mintlaw, ad Tuesday 
Dunfermline, 13th day 
Tain Spring Fair, 3d Tuesday 
Echt, Wed. before last Thurs. 
Banchory-Ternan, Midlentran 
Fair, laft Thursday 
(Old Stile.) 

Marnoch, ist Tuesday 
Inverury, ad do. 

Lochel, 2d do. 

Migvie, ad do. 

Tarves, ad Tuesday & Wednes. 
Fraferburgh, ad Wednesday 
Old Deer, ad Thurfday 
Marnoch, 3d Tuesday 
Lenabo, 3d Tuesday & Wednes. 
Udny, the day before 
Cornhill, Lady Fair, 25th day, 
or ist Thurfday after 
Huntly, laft Tuesday 
Turriff, laft Tuefday & Wednes. 
Fochabers, laft Wednesday 







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APRIL—{New Stile.) 
Fortrofe, 1st Wednesday 
Findon, do. 

Cupar of Angus, the Thurfday 
before Eafter—Melrofs, do. 
Inverury, ad Tuesday 
Charleston of Aboyne, ad Wed 
Byth, I Thu—Brechin, 3 Wed 
Invernefs, Wednesday after aad 
Pasch Mar. Aberdeen, la"t Wed 
Old Aberdeen, laft Thurfday 
Auchtygal), do. 

(1 Old Stile. J 

Keith, 1st Tues.—Cruden, do. 
Dufftown, day after do. 
Newdeer, 1st Tuesday & Wed. 
Donan Fair of Auchterlefs, ad 
Tuefday and Wednefday 
Elgin Pafch Fair, the Thurfday 
in Paflion-week 

Forres Pafch Fair, ad Wednesday 
Hawkhall Pafch Fair, 3d Tues. 
Inverury, Wednesday after do. 
Cumineftown, Thurs 1 ay after do. 
Logie, Thurs. after Cumineston 
Granton, laft Tuesday 
Auchindore, laft Tuefday 
Fettercairn, do. 

Kepple Tryft,Belhclvie,laftTues 
Tarves, St. George’s, laft Tues¬ 
day & Wednesday 

MAT—(New Stile J 
Slateford, ift Monday 
Muchals Tryft, 1st Tuesday 
Rofarty, 1st Tuesday 
Abcrlour, 1st Thurfday 
Durris, 2d Tuesday 
Potarch, the day following 
Findon, ad Wednesday 
Cornhill of Park, ad Thursday 
Bervie, 2d Thursday 
Turriff Rood Fair, ad Friday 


Beauly Holy Crofs, 14th day, or 
Wednesday after 
Rora, 1st Wednesday after 12th 
Ruthrieston, 3dTi esday 
Cullen, 3d' Friday 
Oldmeldrum, Thurs.before 19th 
Oldrain, Monday before 22d 
Newdeer, Thurs. after 26th ; or 
on that day, if a Thursday 
Echt, Tuesday before 26th 
Tarland, Wednesday before 26th 
Inverury, the day before Wartle 
Blackburn, Mond. bef. Inverury 
WartleTryft, Thurs. before 26th 
Insch, Friday before 26th 
Banff, Brandon Fair,Tues before 
26th, or that day, if Tuefday 
Turriff, 26, or Saturday before 
Tomintoul, last Friday 
Glammis, Wednesday after 26th 
Huntly, Thurfday after 26th, or 
on that day, if a Thursday 
Oldmeldrum, Saturday after do. 
(Old Stile.) 

Ellon, Rood Fair, 1st Tuesday 
Kildrummy, do.—Byth, do. 
Dunfntuir, Tues. bcfoie ift Wed. 
Greenburn, 2d Tuesday 
Broadstraik, Thursday after 
Auchinblae, the day after 
Ballater, 1st Tuesday 
Strichen, 2d Tuesday & Wednes. 
Drumblade, 2d Wednesday 
Kincardine O’Neil, 2dThurday 
Stonehaven, Thurs bef Whitsun 
Montrofe, ift Friday after do. 
Peterhead, 3 T u—Rothiemay, do 
New Pitfligo, 3d Tues. & Wed. 
Infch, do. 

Fochabers, laft Wednes. but one 

Udny, 4th Tuesday 

Byth. laft Tuesday & Wednes. 


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Elgin Trinity Fair, laft Tuefday 
and Wednesday 
Hawkhall, St Margaret’s, Thur 
before lail Saturday 
Auchterless, Donan Fair, Friday 
before do. 

Auchindore, laft Friday 
Turriff, laft Saturday 
Oldmeldrum, Thursday after do, 
JUNE—(Neiv Stile.) 
Echt, Thomas Fair, istWed. 
Whitcmyres, 2d Tuesday 
Nairn, ist Friday 
Alford, Tuefday of the week be 
fore Trinity-muir 
Rhynie, Thurs. before 2d Wed, 
Inverury, Monday before do, 
Durris, Friday before do. 
Brechin, Trinity muir, 2d Wed. 

Thursday and Friday 
Muchalls, Tuesday before do. 
Fortrofe, 3d Wednesday 
Banchory-Ternan, 3d Tuefday 
Forfar, 26th day 
Perth, laft fortnight of the month 
Garmouth, 30th day 
Cornhill, 4th Thurfday 
{Old Stile.) 

Kinrofs, ist day 
Eon may, ist Tuesday 
Keith, 1st Tuesday & Wednes. 
Ellon, do.—Daviot, do. 

Old Deer, ist Thurfday 
Grantown, ist Friday 
Newdeer, 2d Tuefday & Wednes. 
Sliach, do. 

Greenburn, 2d Thurfday 
Fraferhurgh, do. 

Eenabo, 3d Tuesday & Wednes. 
Balnakettle, the day before 
Aboyne, the day before 
Falkland, 3d Thurfday 


Megray, 3d Thursday 
Turriff, Tuesday & Wednesday 
before laft Tuesday 
Macduff, Wed. & Thurs. after 
Greenburn, day before St. Sair’s 
Inverury, Tuesday before do. 

St Sair’s Fair, laft Toes. & Wed. 
Do. Sheep Market Thurs. before 
Tarland, Friday after do. 

Foires, Midfum. Fair, 25 & 26 
JULT—{Nezv Stile . 
Foifar, 1st Tuesday 
Rofarty, do. 

Dingwall, Colin Fair, do. 
Culbockie, ist Wednesday 
Dornoch, Wemyfs Fair, do. 
Tain, Midfnmmer Fair, 2d Wed 
Mortlach, .Lady Fair, 2d Thurs. 
Aberlour, 3d Thurfday 
Inverness, 18th day 
Down, 26th day 

{Old Stile.) 

Fyvie, Peter Fair, 1st Tuesday 
Huntly, Peter Fair, istTu.&We. 
Strichen, do. 

Pady Fair, 1st Tuefday & Thurs. 
Inveraven, Peter Fair, 2dTues. 
Kepple Tryft, do. 

Blackburn, day bef. KeppleTryft 
Old Deer, Aikey F. 2dTu.&Wed. 
Rathven, Peter Fair, do. 
Inverury, Thursday after do. 
Findon, Thurs. after Aikey Fair 
Aboyne ,Frid aft Pady Fair week 
Redcaftle, 2d Wednesday 
Tarves, St. Margaret’s, 3d Tues¬ 
day & Wednesday 
Glafs, 3d Tuesday & Wednesday 
Garvock, St James’s, do.&Thurs 
Kinrofs, 3d Wednesday 
Cornhill, St. John’s, ist Thurs¬ 
day after 4th Wednesday 






Dornoch, St. Margaret’s Fair, 
22d, or Wednesday after 
Elgin, St. James’s, Tuesday and 
Wednefday after 24th 
Turriff, Lammas Fair, lalL Tues¬ 
day & Wednesday 
Balnakettle, the day before 
Greenburn, James’s Fair, laft: Tb 
Broadstraik, Thnrs. before do 
Tom intool, last Friday 

4UGUST—{Ne-w Stile ) 
Muchals Tryft, 1st Tuesday 
Forfar, do. 

Banchory-Ternan, Lammas Fair 
2d Tuesday 

Falkirk, do.—Longside, do. 
Echt, Catherine Fair, 3d Tues 
Ruthrieston, do. 

Brechin, Lammas Fair, 2d Wed. 
Beauly, Lammas Fair, 12th day, 
or Wednesday after 
Falkland, 1st Thurs. after 12th 
Dundee, 13 th day 
Invernefs, Wednesday after 18th 
Garve Tryft, 3d Tuesday 
Tain, Lammas Fair, 3d Wednes. 
Mortlach, 3d Thursday 
Monymulk, laft Wednesday 
Aberdeen Timber Mkt, laft Thu 
{Old Stile.) 

Kirkwall, 1st Tuesday 
Inveruiy, day after Oldrain 
Old Rain, Lawrence Fair, firft 
Tuesday & Wednesday 
Do. Sheep & Timber Markets, 
Thurfday & Friday before 
Fochabers, 1st Wednesday 
New Pitfligo, Thursday after do 
Tarland, Friday after Sheep and 
Timber Markets of Old Rain 
Grantown, 1st Friday 
Sftrichen, 2d Tuesday & Wcdnts 


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Mickle Sliach, 2d Tues. & Wed. 
Mearns, Lawrencef. do. & Th. 
Strathdon, Friday after do. 
Forres, Lawrence Fair, 10th day 
Caftlegrant, 3d Tuesday 
Auchindore, do. 

Mintlaw, do. 

Ellon, Marymass, do. & Wed. 
Tomintoul, 3d Wednesday 
Cornhill, St. Peter’s, 1st Thurs- 
day after 3d Wednesday 
Bartle Chapel, Frid after 3d Tu. 
Oldmeldrum, day before do. 
Crimond-Bartle, 4th Tuefday 
Kincardine O’Neil Bartle Fair, 
Wed & Thurs after laft Tues 
SEPTEMBER— (iWw Stile.) 
Kingufie, 1st Tuesday 
Aberlour, ift Thurfday 
Falkirk, 2d Tuesday 
Bei vie, 2d Thursday 
Perth, 9th day 
Dundee, 19th day 
Invrrnefs, Wednesday after 18th 
Falkland, 4th Tuesday 
Trinitymuir, Tuefday preceding 
laft Wednefday 

Durris, laft Wed.-—Forfar, do. 
Auchtygall, last Thursday 
Nairn, 29th, & Frid. fortn. after 
{Old Stile.) 

Coldftone, 1st Tuesday 
Inverury, 1st do. 

St. Rufus, Keith, ist Tuesday, 
Wednesday, & Thursday 
Rhynie, Friday after do. 

Huntly, Charles F. 2 Tu. &Wed. 
TarYes, do. 

Tomintoul, Friday after 2dTu. 

St Cuthbert’s,Cornhill, 2d Thurs 
Alford, Friday after do. 

Ballatcr, 2d Monday & Tues. 








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Fraserburgh, 2d Friday 
Grantown, 3d Tuesday 
Braemar, do. 

Hawkhall, Michael Fair, do. 
Greenburn, do. & Wednesday 
Cullen, laft Tuesday 
Echt, do. do. 

Blackburn, day befoie do. 
Kinkell, Michael Fair, do.& Wed 
Inverury, Tuesday after do. 
Broadstraik, last Thurfday 
Newmills, do. 

New Pitfligo, do. 

OCTOBER— {New Stile.) 
Slateford, 1 ft Monday 
Rofarty, 1st Tuesday 
Macduff, is: Wed. & Thurfday 
Falkirk, 2d Tuesday 
Dingwall, Martha Fair, do. 
Drumlithie, Michael Fair, 2d Th 
Beauly 10th day, or Wed. after 
Perth, 20th day 
Tain, Michael Fair, 3d Tuesday 
Culbockie, laft Wednesday 
Findon, do.—Meigle, do. 

{Old Stile.) 

Aboyne. 1st Tuesday 
Muchalls, do. 

Turriff, Cowan F. istTu.&Wed 
Oldrain, day after de. 

Elgin, Michael Fair, do. 
Rothiemay, 1st Thurfday 
Birfe, Mich.F. I do. aft Aboyne 
Kepple Tryft, 2d Tuesday 
Kinethmont, St. Rule’s, do. 
Culfork,Mon. bcforeKinethmont 
Rhynie, day after Kinethmont 
New Deer, 2d Tuesday & Wed. 
Loffiemouth, 2d Wednesday 
Cornhill, 2d Thurfday 
Greenburn, 3d Tuesday 
Infch, do. 


Whitemyres, day bef. Old Abcr 
Old Aberdeen, 3d Tues. & Wed. 
Byth, do.—Daviot, do. 

Turriff, Thuifday after do. 
Fochabers, laft Wednes. but one 
Tarves, Tanglan Fair, 4th Tues¬ 
day & Wednesday 
Inverury, Wednesday after do. 
Fordyce,Hallowf.laft Tu.&Wed 
NOVEMBER—{New Stile.) 
Forfar, ist Wednes—Doune, do. 
Dornoch, Bar’s Fair, do. 
Edinburgh, Hallowfair, 2d Mon. 
Newmachar, 2d Monday 
Longside, 2d Tuesday 
Aboyne, Flallow-fair, 2d Wed. 
Fortrose,do.— Cullen, 2d Friday 
Beauly, Hallo wmass, 12th day, 
or Wednesday after 
Ruthrieston, 3d Tuesday 
Macduff, 3d Wed. Sc Thurfday 
(nvernefs, Wednesday 7 after 18th 
Beauly, Martinmas, Wed. after 
Oldrain, Monday before 22d 
Echt, Wednesday before 22d 
Potarch, Thursday before 22d 
Insch, Friday before 22d 
Turriff, 22d, or Saturday before 
Tarland, Tues. & Wed. after 22d 
Glammis, do. after 22d day 
Huntly, Thursday after 22d, or 
on that day, if a Thursday 
Newdeer, Thurs after do. or on 
22d, if a Thursday 
Oldmeldrum, Saturday after do. 
Aoerlour, last Thursday 
Rorichie, Rofs-shire, do. 
Inverury 7 Feeing Market, Tue 9 * 
day befoie the Term 
(Old Stile.j 
Strichen,Hallowf. istTu.&Wed. 
Ellon, 1st Tues. 5 c Wed. 










Huntly, Martinmass F. 1 st Tues. 
Grantown, ist Thursday 
Banff, ist Friday 
Peterhead, 2 d Tuefday 
Lonmay, 2 d Wednesday 
Methlick, St Dennis do. & Wed. 
Forres, St. Leonard’s, 2 d Wed 
Tomintoul, 2 d Friday 
Stonehaven, Thurs before Mart. 
Montrofe, ift Friday after do. 
Keith, Martinmas, 3 d Tuesday 
Udny, do. 

Lenabo, do. & Wednesday 
Ravne, Andermasfair, 4th Tues. 
Fordyce, 4th Thursday 
Fettercairn, laft Tuesday 
Falkland, ist day, or Tues. after 


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DECEMBER—(Nerv Stile.) 
Strathdon, 1 st Tuesday 
Upper Banchoiy Tryfl, ifl Wed. 
Newmachar, 2 d Monday 
Mortlach, Dustan-fair, 3 d Thur. 
Invernefs, 22 d day 

{Old Stile.) 

Huntly Andermas-fair, ist Tues. 
Ellon, do. 

Turriff, do. & Wednesday 
Elgin, Andermas Fair, do. 
Rothiemay, 2 d Tuesday 
Old Deer, Dustan-F. do. & Wed. 
Fochabers, Bellie Fair, 3 d Wed. 
Dingwall, Tues. bef. Chriftmas 
Stonehaven, Thursday before do. 
Turiiff, Saturday before do. 


Fortnight Markets at Blackburn , on the Mondays between 
the Inverury Fortnight Markets , during the Winter and Spring — 
viz. Jan. 8 , 22 . Feb. 5 , 19 . March 5 , 19 . and commencing again 
at the usual time in November. 


ASSESSED TAXES. 

DUTIES ON HOUSES AND WINDOWS. 


Win. 

Duty. 

Win. 

Duty. 

Win. 

Duty. 

Win. | 

Duty. 

2 ? ( 

1 . s. d. 


1 . s. d. 



1 . s. d. 



\t. s. d. 

S J 

0 0 0 

19 

5 2 9 


33 

11 0 6 

75to 79 23 4 0 

0 £ j 

0 0 0 

20 

5 11 3 


34 

11 9 0 

80 

84:24 6 6 

"*■* ri / 

0 0 0 

21 

5 19 6 


35 

11 17 3 

85 

89 

25 9 0 

~ * 8 

0 15 6 

22 

6 8 0 


36 

12 5 9 

90 

94 

26 11 3 

9 

1 0 0 

23 

6 16 b 


37 

12 14 3 

1 95 

99 

27 13 9 

10 

1 7 0 

24 

7 4 9 


38 

13 2 6 

100 

109 

29 7 6 

11 

1 15 3 

25 

7 13 3 


39 

13 11 0 

110 

119 

31 12 3 

12 

2 3 9 

26 

8 1 9 

40»o44 

14 7 9 

'120 

129 

33 17 3 

13 

2 12 3 

27 

8 10 0 

45 

49 

15 15 9 

:130 

139 

36 2 0 

14 

3 0 9 

28 

8 18 6 

50 

54 

17 4 0 

140 

149 

38 7 0 

15 

3 9 0 

29 

9 7 0 

55 

59 

18 12 0 

,150 

159 

40 11 9 

16 

3 17 6 

30 

9 15 3 

60 

64 

19 16 9 

160 

169 

42 16 9 

17 

4 6 0 

31 

10 3 9 

65 

61 

20 19 3 

'170 

179 

45 1 6 

IS 

4 14 3 

I 32 

10 12 3 

70 

74 

22 1 6 

1 18 Q.&up. 

46 10 3 


Above ' 

80, Is. 6 d. each in addition. 




Houses occupiedin different tenements, beingdistinetproperfies, 
to pay 1 sCul for each window under 7. Jfthe windows exceed 7, to 
be charged as an entire house* 



























22 


Windows in Shops or Warehouses, in front, and on the ground 
or basement storey, are exempt, if not exceeding the numbei oj 3. 

Houses furnished, and left to the care of any person or servant , 
are liable to Window Duty. 

INHABITED HOUSE DU TV. 

101. and under 201., rent inclusive, Is. 6d. per pound. 

201.-4('l., ditto, Js.3d.- 

401. and upwards, ditto, 2s. 10a. — 

And so on at same rale of 2s. lOd. p. pound for rent of any amount. 

DUTIES ON KALE SERVANTS. 

N.B. Servants 
kept by every 
Male Person 
never having 
been married , 
to pay 90s ad¬ 
ditional each. 
Servants. 

Overseer, or foreman, having the superintendance of other ser¬ 
vants, though himself a mere labourer or workman in other re¬ 
spects, either in agriculture or in any profession or trade, 2Qb. 

Travellers or Riders, where one is employed, If. 10s. For 
two or more, 2J 10s each. . , 

Clerk, book-keeper, or office-keeper, where one is employed, 
M -for two or more do , ll 10s each. Shopmen, warehousemen, 
cellarmen, porters,&c. H each.—The only exemptions from these 
duties, are apprentices bound for seven years, where no premium 
has been given or contracted for; and male persons employed as 
shopmen wholly maintained and lodged in the house of their em¬ 
ployers, being under the age of 18 years. 

Waiters in taverns, lMOs each.— Occasional Waiters exempted. 

Coachmen let on job, stage coachmen, and guards to stage 
coaches, 1J 5s each. 


No. 

1 

Q 

3 

4 


At per 
Servant. 

No. 

At per 
Servant. 

No. 

At per 
Servant. 

L. s. d. 
14 0 

b 

L. s. d. 

2 9 0 

9 

L. s. d. 

3 10 

1 11 0 

6 

2 11 6 

10 

3 6 6 

1 18 0 

7 

2 12 6 

11 

3 16 6 

2 3 6 

8 

2 16 0 

12 

-- 


COACHES AND OTHER CARRIAGES. 


No. 

4- wheeled 
Carr, for 

No. 

4 -wheeled 
Carr, for 

No. 

4-te^. stage 
coaches 

No. 

4 wh. stage 
coaches ^ 

1 

private use 
£ s. d. 

6 0 0 

6 

private use 
£ s. d. 

8 4 0 

1 

post chais. 
£ s. d. 

5 5 0 

6 

post chais. 

£ s. d. 

31 10 0 

2 

6 10 0 

7 

8 10 0 

2 

10 10 0 

7' 

36 15 0 

3 

7 0 0 

8 

8 16 0 

3 

15 15 0 

8 

42 0 0 

4 

7 10 0 

9 

9 16 

4 

21 0 0 

9 

47 5 0 

5 

7 17 6 



5 

26 5 0 




And so on at the same Rate for any number of such Carriages. 


Every additional body successively used on the same carriage, 3/ 3s 

























23 

Carriages with 2 wheels, drawn by 1 horse, each. £3 5 0 

Ditto, drawn by 2 or more horses . 4 10 0 

(£f=* The duty on Taxed Carts is repealed, unless where 
the party keeps a 4-wheel Carriage, and then Taxed 

Carts are chargeable as 2-wheel Carriages, at. 3 5 0 

All Carriages kept are liable to these duties, although not used. 

DUTIES ON HORSES. 

Hnrses for Riding, or Drawing Carriages. 

P. TIorse. 


No. 

Per Horse 
£ s. d. 

No 

PerHorse 
£ s. d. 

No. 

PerHorse. 
£ s. d. 

No. 

1 

1 8 9 

6 

2 18 

0 

11 

3 

3 6 

16 

2 

2 7 3 

7 

2 18 

9 

12 

3 

3 6 

17 

3 

2 12 3 

8 

2 18 

9 

13 

3 

3 9 

18 

4 

2 15 0 

9 

3 0 

9 

14 

3 

3 9 

19 

5 

2 15 9 

10 

3 3 

6 

15 

3 

3 9 

20 


Every Horse, Mare, or Gelding, used by a Butcher or his 

Servant, wholly in his Trade—If One only is kept... .^1 8 9 

If tw o and no more— For the Second Horse.0 10 6 

For every Horse, <Src. kept for and usually employed by 
a Bailiff, Steward, or Overseer, upon the concerns of the 

Farm or Farms under his charge. ... 1 5 0 

Every Horse, &c. not exceeding the height of 13 Hands, 110 
Horses let to hire for any period less thana year (w here 
a stamp duty is not paid), and Race Horses, 28s. 9d. each. 

For every Draught Horse not used in Husbandry...-0 10 9 

This duty is payable for Husbandry Horses occasionally used in 
Riding , by Farmers occupying Lands under :£200 Rack Rent 
Horses, where 4 are kep', employed in carrying Fuel ^exempted. 
Mares kept exclusively for breeding, are exempted while so kept. 
Husbaudry Horses employed in carting Coal, &c. per ann. 10s 6d 

DUTIES ON DOGS. 

For every Greyhound..0 0 

For every Hound, Pointer, Setting Dog, Spaniel, Ter¬ 
rier, or Lurcher; and for every Dog, where Two or 
more are kept, of w hatever denomination they may 

be (except Greyhounds).... 0 14 0 

For every other Dog, where One ouly is kept......... 0 8 0 

Persons compounding for their Hounds are to be charged 36t. 

ARMORIAL BEARINGS DUTY. 

Persons using Armorial Bearings, and keeping a Coach 

or other taxable Carriage ...• • ® 0 

Person not keeping such Carriage, but charged to the 

House or Window Duty ....• 140 

Person uot keeping such Carriage, nor being chargeable 

to the House or Window Duty. 0 12 0 

HAIR POWDER. 

Persons wearing or usiug Hair Powder. 13 0 





























M u 

24 

HORSE DEALERS' DUTV . 

Every Person exercising (he business of a Horse Dealer, =£12 10 0 
GAME CERTIFICATE. 

A Servant act i ng by Deputation, or appointment of any 

person charged with Duty in respect of such Servant, 15 0 
All other persons, not being Servants, as above ....... 3 13 6 

Inspector for the Counties of Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine , and 
Forfar —Robert Brown, Aberdeen . 

Surveyors for Aberdeenshire: 

]. James Lamond, Aberdeen 13. Geo. Forbes Leith, Old Deer 
2. John Munro, Aberdeen | 4. liary Lamond, Kinc. O'Niel 


ABSTRACT OF THE STAMP DUTIES. 
BILLS, BILLS, 


Exceeding tnvo months after date , or Not exceeding tnvo months afterdate , 



6 o days after sight. 


or 60 days after sight , 

If L.i, 

not ex. L .5 5 s L.o 

1 6 

If L 2 , not ex. L .5 5 s L.o 1 0 

Ab. 5 5 s - 20 

0 

2 0 

Ab. 5 5 s - 

20 

Ol6 

20 

30 

0 

2 6 

20 

30 

0 2 0 

30 

50 

0 

3 6 

30 

50 

0 2 6 

So 

IOO 

0 

4 6 

SO 

IOO 

O 36 

IOO 

200 

0 

5 0 

100 

200 

O 46 

200 

300 

0 

6 0 

200 

300 

OJO 

300 

500 

0 

8 6 

300 

500 

O 60 

500 

- IOOO 

0 

12 6 

500 

IOOO 

0 8 6 

IOOO 

- 2000 

0 

15 0 

1000 

2000 

O 12 0 

2000 

- 3000 

I 

5 0 

2000 

3000 

0 15 0 

Above 

- 3000 

1 

10 0 

Above 

■ 3000 

1 5 6 


RECEIPTS. 



BONDS, 


If L .2 and under L.j L 

1.0 

0 2 

PERSONAL OR HERITABLE. 

5 

10 

0 

0 3 

Not exceding L .50 

L.l 0 0 

io 

- 20 

0 

0 6 

Ab.L .50 notex. 100 

1 10 0 

20 

50 

0 

1 0 

IOO 

200 

2 0 0 

So 

IOO 

0 

1 6 

200 

300 

3 0 0 

IOO 

200 

0 

2 6 

300 

500 

4 00 

200 

300 

0 

4 0 

5 00 

- IOOO 

500 

3°° 

- JOO 

0 

5 0 

1000 

- 2000 

600 

5° o 

IOOO 

0 

7 6 

2000 

- 3 OOO 

7 00 

I coo 

or upwards 

0 

10 0 

3000 

- 4000 

8 00 

If in full of all demands, 



4000 

- 5000 

000 

whatever is the sum, 

0 

10 0 

Increasing in proportion. 












95 


LEASE. 

Where the yearly rent shall not 
amount to L.20 L.i 

If L.20 under 100 1 

100 - aoo 2 

200 - 400 3 

400 - 600 4 

600 - 805 

800 - 1000 6 

igoo or upwards, 10 
An ad valorem duty also pay 
able for a lease in consideration 
of a grassum only, and for a lease 
in consideration of a rent only, 
of the same amount. 


o o 
10 o 
o o 
o o 
o o 
o o 
o o 
o o 


CONVEYANCE, 
TRANSFER, &c. Sec, 
Where the purchase money shall 
not amount to L.20 L.o 10 o 


If L.20 
50 
150 
300 
500 
750 
1000 
2000 
3000 
4000 


under 50 

150 

300 
50 o 
750 
1000 
2000 
3000 
4000 
5000 


1 

1 

2 
3 
6 

9 

12 

25 

35 

45 


Increasing in proportion 


o o 
10 o 
o o 
o o 
o o 
o o 
o o 
o o 
o o 
o o 


Articles or Indenture, where any person shall become bound to 
serve as a clerk or apprentice in order to his admission as a 
Writer to the Signet or Solicitor, Agent, or Attorney, in any 
of the Conrts of Session, Justiciary, Exchequer, and Commis¬ 
sion ofTeinds - =£60 o o 

Articles of Indenture to serve as a clerk or apprentice 
in order to admission to act as a Procurator or Solici¬ 
tor in the High Court of Admiralty, the Commissiry 
Court at Edinburgh, or other inferior court inScotl. 
Agreements, 1/. — If more than 1080 words, 

Advertisements in London gazette, or any newfpaper, 

Almanack or kalendar for the year or less, 

Articles of Roup, - 

Affidavit, - 

Bond for payment of an annuity, or for any sum or 
sums at stated peiiods, for the term of life or other 
indefinite space, where the sum shall amount to 101 , 


30 

I 

o 

o 

1 

o 


per annum - £100 

Am. to ^10, not £$o 200 

50, not 100 
loo, not 200 
200, not 300 
300, not 400 


300 
400 
5 00 

-j- —r - 6 O O «vw, uj/nm uo 

Bond for the due execution of an office, and to account 
for money received by virtue of such office 
Bond of Relief to a cautioner or surety 
C 


Am. ^400,not ^500 
500, not 750 
750, not 1000 
1000, not 1500 
1500, not 2000 
2000, upwards 


o c 
o c 
o c 
o c 
o c 
o c 


15 o 
15 o 















26 


Bill of lading of goods to be exported, - - <£o 

Bill of Lading, or Ship Receipt, exported or coaftwayg, o 
Collation, Institution, or Admission to an Eccles. Benefice 2 
Commission granted by the Commissioners of ExcLe i 
Charter-party, &c,, conveyance of money, goods, &c. 

on board ship, containing lefs than 2160 words, 
Composition between debtor and creditor, 1/ 10s; and 
further, for every 1080 words above the first 1080, 
Conditions or regulations for the cultivation of a farm. 
Certificate of marriage, (except seamen, soldiers, &c.) 
Decreet Arbitral, - 

Deed of any kind, not otherwife charged, nor exempted, 
Deputation or Appointment of a Game Keeper, 

For selling or vending any article of Plate, in u hicli any 
quantity of Gold, exceeding 2dwt. and under 2oz. 
or any quantity of Silver, exceeding 5 dwt. and under 
3002. an annual licence of - 
For selling or vending any article of Plate, in which any 
quantity of Gold, of the weight of 2 0z. or upwards, 
or any quantity of Silver, of the weight of 30oz. or 
upwards, an annual licence of - 

Game Licence, - 

Instrument of Resignation, or Service, or Cognition of 
Heirs, or Charter, or Sasine of any Houses, Lands, 
or other heritable subjects holding burgage, 

Do. of Resignation of Lands, &c. not of burgage tenure, 
Where the said Instruments shall contain 2160 words, 
then for every entire quantity of 1080 words, over 
and above the first 1080 words, a further duty of 
Indentures without a fee, or where the fee is under 30/ 
Licence granted by any Presbytery or other Ecclesi¬ 
astical Court - 

Letter of Attorney for the sale or transfer of Stock, 

Letter of Attorney, Commission or Factory, 

Licence for exercising the trade of a Pawn-broker, 

Licence to exercise the trade of an Appraiser, yearly. 
Newspapers, every double sheet or half-sheet demyj 
Proteft of bill or note, for any fum not amounting to 20/ o 
Amounting to 20/. and not to too/ - - o 

Amounting to 100I. and not to 500/ - - O 

Amounting to 500/. cr upwards, - . o 

Travelling Chapmen, or Pedlars, - - . j 


3 o 
3 o 
0 o 
10 o 


i 15 0 


260 


9 o 
o 0 


o 0 
0 0 
10 0 
10 0 
10 0 
o 4 
2 0 
3 0 
5 0 
10 0 
o 0 








27 

LEGACY DUTY. 


I. Where the Testator , Testatrix ^ or Intestate, died before or upon 
the 5 th day of April 1805 . 

For every Legacy, specific or pecuniary, or of any other des¬ 
cription, of the amount or value of 20/. or upwards ; also for the 
ch ar residue of the personal or moveable estate of any person who 
died before or upon the 5 th day of April 1805 , (after deducting 
debts, funeral expences, legacies,and other charges first pavable 
thereout); where any such legacy, or residue, or share of such re¬ 
sidue, shall have been given, or have devolved, to or for the bene¬ 
fit of a brother or sister of the deceased, or any descendant of a 
brother or sister of the deceased ; a duty at and after the rate of 
2 /. 10s. per cent, on the amount or value thereof. 

Where any such legacy, or residue, or share of such residue, 
shall have been given, or have devolved, to or for the benefit of a 
brother or sister of the father or mother of the deceased, or any 
descendant of a brother or sister of the father or mother of the de¬ 
ceased ; a duty at and after the rate of 4/. per cent, on the amount 
or value thereof. 

Where any such legacy, or residue, or share of such residue, 
shall have been given, or have devolved, to or for the benefit of a 
brother orsister of a grandfather or grandmother of the deceased, 
orany descendant ofa brother or sister of a grandfather or grand¬ 
mother of the deceased; a duty at and after the rate of5/. percent, 
on the amount or value thereof. 

And where any such legacy, or residue, or share of such residue, 
shall have been given, or have devolved, to or for the benefit of any 
person, in any other degree of collateral consanguinity to the de¬ 
ceased than is above described, or to or for the benefit of any stran¬ 
ger in blood to the deceased; a duty at and after the rate of 8/. per 
cent, on the amount or value thereof. 


II. Where the Testator , Testatrix , or Intestate , shall have died 
after the bth day of April 1805 . 

For every Legacy, specific or pecuniary, or of any other des¬ 
cription, of the amount or value of 20/. or upwards; also for the 
clear Residue of the personal or moveable estate of any person who 
shall have died after the 5 th day of April 1805 , /afterdeducting 
debts, funeral expences, legacies, and other charges first payable 
thereout); and also for the clear residue of the monies to arise from 
thesale, mortgage, or other disposition, of any real or heritable 
estate, directed to be sold, mortgaged, or other w ise disposed of, by 
any will or testamentary instrument; w here any such legacy orre- 
sidue, or any share of such residue, shall have been given, or have 
devolved, to or for the benefit of a child of the deceased, or any de¬ 
scendant of a child of the deceased, or to or for the benefit of the 






father ormother, or any lineal ancestor of tiic deceased ; a duty at 
and after the rate of 1/. per cent, on the amount or value thereof. 

Where any such legacy, or residue, or any share of such residue, 
shall have been given, or have devolved, to or for the benefit of a 
brother or sister of the deceased, or any descendant of a brother or 
sister of the deceased ; a duty at and after the rate of 31 . per cent, 
on the amount or value thereof. 

Where any such legacy, or residue, or any share ofsuch residue, 
shall have been given, or have devolved, to or for the benefit of a 
brother or sister of the father or mother of the deceased, or any de¬ 
scendant of a brother or sister of the father or mother of the de¬ 
ceased ; a duty at and after the rate of 51 . per cent, on the amount 
or value thereof. 

Where any such legacy, or residue, or any share of such residue, 
shall have been given, oi have devolved, to or for the benefit of a 
brother or sister of a grandfather or grandmother of the deceased, 
or any descendant of a brother or sister of a grandfather or grand¬ 
mother of the deceased : a duty at and after the rate of 61 . per cent, 
on the amount or value thereof. 

And where any such legacy, or residue, or any share of such re¬ 
sidue, shall have been given, or have devolved, to or for the benefit 
of any person, in any other degree of collateral consanguinity to the 
deceased than is above described, or to or for the benefit of any 
stranger in blood to the deceased; aduty at and after the rate of 
10£. per cent, on the amount or value thereof. 

And all gifts of annuities, or by way of annuity, or of any other 
partial benefit or interest, out of any such estate or effects as afore¬ 
said, shall be deemed legacies within the intent and meaning of this 
schedule. 

And where any legatee shall take two or more distinct legacieior 
benefits under any will or testamentary instrument, which shall to¬ 
gether be of the amount or value of 20/. each, shall be charged with 
duty, though each or either may be separately under that amount 
or value. 

EXEMPTIONS. 

Legacies, and residues, or shares of residue, of any such estate or 
effects as aforesaid, given or devolving to or for the benefit of the 
husband or wife of the deceased, or to or for the benefit of any of 
the royal family. 

And all legacies which were exempted from duty by the act pas¬ 
sed in the 39th year of his Majesty’s, reign, c. '" 3 , for exempting cer¬ 
tain specific legacies given to bodies corporate, or other public 
bodies, from the payment of duty. 


A. Brown, bookseller, Sub-Dijlributor. Wm Farquhar, Clerk. 
Office in Broad-street. 

Hours of business at the St amp-Office, from io to 6 o'clock . 









29 

POST OFFICE. 

Alex. Dingwall, Esq. Postmaster .—Alex. Dingwall, jun. Assist, 
John Smith, Clerk. 

Robert Gray | George Masson 7 Letter Carriers and 
James Gordon | Wm Morgan $ Assistants. 

The London Mail arrives every day, at \ past 10 o’clock, fore¬ 
noon, and is dispatched at 3 o'clock afternoon. Letters must be 
put into the Office before \ past 2 o clock. 

The North Mails , by Banff to Inverness— and by Huntly to 
Fochabers —are dispatched at \ past 11 o’clock in the forenoon, 
and arrive a little before 2 o’clock afternoon. 

The Buchan Mail , from Fraserburgh , Peterhead , and Ellon , 
arrives at 45 minutes past 10 o’clock, and is dispatched at \ past 
11 o’clock in the foienoon. 

The Deeside Mail, from Aboyne by Banchory, arrives daily, at 
20 min. past 10 o’clock, and is dispatched at -fpast 11 forenoon. 

The Skene and Alford Runner arrives every day, at 10 o’clock, 
and is dispatched at \ past 11 o’clock forenoon. 

£jT Letters must be put into the Office for the North, Buchan, 
and other Roads, before the arrival of the South Mail, otherwise 
they cannot go forward that day. 

The mails' for North America and the Weft Indies are made 
up at London the firft Wednefday of every month ; and letters 
from hence muft be in on or before the Sunday before firft Wed- 

nesday_pofhge, 2 s 7d. r.nd those for the American States muft 

be paid at in-giving. 

For the future, an additional mail for Jamaica will be made up 
in London, on the third Wednesday in every month, to be con¬ 
veyed by Packet from Falmouth ; which will also take out the 
mail for Mexico.— Letters for St. Domingo (Hayti), and for 
Cuba (Havannah), will be forwarded by this Packet. The post¬ 
age on such letters must be paid in this country.—No letters for 
the other British West India Islands, or for Colombia, can be for¬ 
warded by this mail. . . 

Letters for the Eaft Indies, Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius, 
and Ceylon, go by regular ships—poftage Is. 5 d. and muft be 
paid at in-giving. Newspapers, Id. per ounce. 

Letters for Fiance go every Friday, Saturday, Monday, and 
Tuesday—poftage 2s. 3 d. Italy, Ionian Isles, and Turkey, 5 s. 
C 3 








* 





30 

Spain, (thro* France) 3 s. 3 d. Portugal, 2s. lid. Madeira, 3s. 
Canaries, 3 s. Brazils, 3 s. lid. Buenos Ayres. Chili, and Peru, 
38 . lid. Gibraltar, 3 s. 3 d. Malta, Corfu, and Mediterranean, 
3 s. 7 d. Holland and Netherlands, 2s. 5 d. Germany, Ruflia, 
Pruffia, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Switzerland, 2 s. 9d. 
Carthagena, Vera Cruz, and La Guayra, 3 s. 5 d.—And all must 
be paid here, otherwise they will be opened, and returned for 
the postage. 

The port days for Holland are Saturday and Tuesday—Ham¬ 
burgh, ditto—Sweden, Tuesday. The Leeward Islands, Sunday 
before firft and third Wednesday of every month. Madeira and 
Brazils, Saturday before firft Tuesday, every month. Portugal, 
every week, Saturday. Gibraltar, Malta, and Mediterranean, 
Saturday before first Tuesday, monthly. 

The portage of ship letters from the East Indies is 4d. All 
other letters from on board of any (hip, 8d. over and above 
the inland rates; and so in proportion for double, treble, and 
ounce letters. 

0 T Newspapers , for any of his Majesty’s Colonies or Posses¬ 
sions beyond seas, by the Packet Boats, may be sent upon the 
payment of l^d. for every such paper, sach payment to be made 
at the time the paper is put into the Post Office; provided the 
same be sent in covers, open at the sides, and be put into the 
Post Office the day on which the same shall be published. 

All double, treble, and other letters and packets, pay in pro¬ 
portion to the refpetfive rates of (ingle letters. Packets chargeable 
by weight, pay after the rate of 4 Tingle letters for every oz. weight. 

Money orders, for tranfmitting fmall Turns, under 51 5s. are 
granted and paid by the Clerk, from 12 to 4 o’clock, and from 
6 to 8 evening. 

Henry Lumfden, advocate, Agent for General Pojl-Office, 


List of Post Towns and Postmasters in Scotland, with 
the Postage of a single Letter from Aberdeen. 

Aberdour J Anderson iodlArbroath J Stewart 8d 

Aberfeldy A Kippen lod,AroTs A Macallum izd 

Airdrie J Chirrie iid,Auchnacraig D Carmichael I2d 

Alford R Heard 6d Auchterarder Mrs Stewart lod 

Alloa M Brydie iod Auchtermu. Mrs Laing <)d 

Annan G Pool, jun, lidjAyr \ R Davidson lid 
Anrtruther Mrs Robb iod Ayton Mrs Thom Ton I id 

Appin HM'Coll i%d Ballantrae J Miller iad 








Banchory 

Banff' 

Bathgate 

Beauly 

Beith 

Bervie 

Berwick 

Biggar 

Blackfhiells 


W Shaw 
J Fiafer 
J Jamieson 
J Gray 


31 




5 ^ 

iod 

iod 


Miss Alexander i id 


Cumnock - Merry 
Currie Wm Gordon 
Codington R Hunter 
Corfforphine D Cuddy 


James Soutar 
J Forfler 
A Nicol 
R Houghead 


Blair Adam C Stewart 
Blairgowrie R Aysmn 
Bonar Bridge W Ross 


Bonaw 
Bo-nefs 
Bowmore 
Braemar 
Brechin 


W White 


6 c! 
lid 
iod 
iod 
9 d 
9 d 
I Id 
I2d 


Cramond 

Dalmally 

Denny 

Dingwall 

Dornoch 

Douglas 

Dcune 

Dumbarton 


T Gourlay 
J Campbell 
W Adams 
Mrs Hay 
J Rose 
J WiJfon 
Miss Gibfon 


I id 
iod 
iod 
iod 
iod 
i ad 
iod 
iod 
lid 
nd 
iod 


MissDavidson nd 


" j. iu uunrermi 

James Mackie iodiDumfries 
DM‘Allister l^.dDunbai 


Dunfermline Miss Angus 
R Threfhie 


C Watson 
J Smith 


Bridge Earn D Seaton 
Broadford D M‘Donald 
Bruntinand A Haxton 
Buckie J Addison 


Sd^Dunbeath 
7 d Dunblane' 
9 d Dundee 
i id Dunkeld 
iod Dunning 
8 d Dunoon 


Bu-rowmuirhead AKitchin iod Dunfe 


Ballendalloch A Giant 
Blair Athol W Robertfon 
Cairndow C Bmwn 

Callander G M‘Ewan 

Campbelton J Maxwell 

Cairnifh A Cameron 

Carnwath J Walker 

CaflleDoug. W Gieen 
Chance Inn D Milne 
Coldllream - Haliburton 
Colinfburgh Mrs Ronald 
Cupar Angus Mrs Tasker 
Cupar-Fife C Grace 
Crail J Brown 

Craigellachie R Shearer 


9 d Dunvegan 
9 d Dalkeith 


iod 
ird 
iod 
i id 
iod 
8d 
9 d 
9 d 
I id 
lid 
12d 


R F Dryfdale 
W Sinclair 
J Ferguscn 
R Bell 
J Matthew 
P Martin 
A Fletcher 
Mifs Selby 
E Gibbons . mxx 

, - James Moi riioniod 

I2d Edinburgh SirDWedderburn iod 
led Faglefham HMontgomety nd 
1 2d Ecclefechan W Johnston nd 
I2cl Eddleston A Thorburn 
P Duff 
A Davidfon 
A Mathers 
A Ramfay 
W GulJand 
G Marquis 
J Thomson 
R Watson 


iod Elgin 
lid Ellon 
7 d Errol 
i id Falkirk 
iod Falkland 
9 d Fochabers 
9 d Forfar 
iod Forres 


Creetown 

Crieff 

Cromarty 

Crook 

Cullen 


S Adair 
Mrs M*Queen 
D Mackenzie 
Mrs Hutchison nd 
A Anderson 8d 


9 d F.-Auguftus A M‘Donald 
12 d Fort-George R Tulloch 


9 d 

IOd 


Fortrofe Mrs Bain 
F.-William D Henderfon 
Frafcrftmrgh Mrs Cooper 
Fettercairn J Auftin 


nd 

8d 

5d 

8d 

iod 

9 d 

8d 

8d 

9 d 

iod 

9 d 

iod 

nd 

7d 

7 d 







a 


Ford MrsM‘Kenzie lod| 


Fufhiebridge J Walker iod 

Fyvie D Rose 6d 

Gallafhiells W Haldane lid 
Gatehoufe C M‘Keand 12d 
Girvan T Davidfon 12d 
Giammis D Coupar 80 

Glafgow D Bannatyne iod 
Glenluce A M‘Cracken 1 2d 
Golfpie J Duncan lid 

Grangemouth G Gibson iod 

Grantown J Grant 9 ^ 

Greenock M Urie nd 

Haddington P Martin iod 

Hamilton J Roxburgh ird 

Hawick Miss ArmOrong I 2 d 
Helensburgh MrsMackinlay nd 
Ho’ytovvn J Faulds 1 id 

Huna J Manson 12a 

Huntly A Stewait /'d 
Hermifton P Wardlaw iod 
lnchture T Reid 8d 

Inverary IVTrs McLean I2d 
Tnvergordon J Rofe iod 

Inverkeithing D Wishart iod 
Invernefs W Hay iod 

Irvine J Dean I id 

Tedburgh W Renwick lid 
Jura D Shaw I 3 C 

Keith A Cowie 8d 

Keith-hail Mrs Lundie 5d 
Kelfo J Darling I id 

Kenmore R Armstrong iod 
Killin DM l Kay nd 

Kilmarnock WRankin nd 
Kilfyth M Stevenfon iod 
Kincardine L Reid iod 

Kin. O’Neil A Cromar 6d 
Kinghorn J Greig iod 

Kinguflic D Macphcrson iod 
Tvinrofs J Baird 9 ^ 

Kin to re W Smith dd 


Kippen Mrs Adams iod 
Kirkcaldy W Skinner iod 
KirkudbrightMrsBaird iod 
Kirkintilloch J Young I id 
Kirkwall T Sands I 2 d 

Kirriemuir G Nicoll 9 d 

Kirklifton M Linn iod 
Leith G Newton iod 

Lanark J Somerville lid 
Langholm Mrs Little lid 
Largs Mrs Hall lid 

Lauder R Romanes iod 
Laurencekirk — Watt 7 ^ 

Leadhills R Martin nd 
Lerw'ick J Rofs i 6 d 

Leven Mifs Howden iod 

Linlithgow W Gardener iod 
Lochalih L M‘Lean iod 
Lochcarron J Mathieson I id 
Lochgilphead Mrs Munro I2d 
Lochmaben JRichardfon lid 
Lockerby J Johnston lid 
Longtown R Little I id 
Lufs D Turner ird 

Lasswade J Lyon iod 

Libberton B Moxey iod 

Lesmahagoe W Simpson lid 

Mauchiine Mrs Mavitie lid 
May bole QJamiefon nd 
Meigle W Taylor 9 d 

Melrofe A Pringle T2d 

Mid Calder MrsWardrope iod 
Mintlaw J Henry 6 d 

Motfat T Grieve lid 

Montrofe J Aberdein 7 ^ 
Mortlach A Ragg 9 ^ 

Munlochy D Fraser iod 

Morvern D Cameron lid 

Muirkirk A M‘Caul nd 

Muirdrum J Fitchet 8 d 

MufTelburgh John Leitch iod 
Nairn J Philip 9^ 









33 


Newburgh 

Miss Brown 

9 d 

Sanquhar 

J HaUiday 

12d 

Noblehouse 

G Williamson 

iod 

Saltcoats 

W Holmes 

lid 

N.Galloway 


I 2 d 

Selkirk 

Mifs Buckham 

I 2 d 

N. Stewart 

J Paterfon 

12d 

Slateford 

J Frier 

iod 

N.Queensf. 

Mrs Brown 

iod 

Skene 

Mrs Martin 

4 d 

Oban 

Mrs Bayne 

12d 

S. Queensf. 

W Meikle 

iod 

Oldmeldrum Mrs Duncan 

5 d 

Stewarton 

A Barr 

lid 

Oldrain 

A Home 

6d 

Stirling 

W M‘In tosh 

iod 

Pailley 

A Kerr 

lid 

Stonehaven 

Wm Stewart 

Ad 

Parkhill 

A Rols 

iod 

Stornaway 

J M'Aulay 

12d 

Peebles 

Mrs Cairns 

iod 

Stranraer 

Mrs M‘Nifh 

lid 

Perth 

C Sidey 

9 d 

Strathdon 

J WiTon 

7 d 

Peterhead 

Ogilvie Will 

7 d 

Strichen 

A Wilfon 

7 d 

Pittenweem 

J Galloway 

iod 

Stromnefs 

A Davidfon 

12d 

Portafkaig 

N Currie 

13d 

Strontian 

D Currie 

13d 

PortGlafgou 

f James Houston lid 

Stow 

J Dickfon 

iod 

Port-Patrick T Kennedy 

12d 

Tain 

A Calder 

iod 

Portree 

D Graham 

I id 

Tarbert 

J M*Lachlan 

12d 

Portfoy 

W Reid 

8d 

Tarland 

J Skeen 

7 d 

Preflonkirk 

J Gibb 

iod 

Thornhill 

Mrs Hunter 

lid 

Pennycuik 

J Dodds 

iod 

Thurfo 

D Mackay 

12d 

Pitlochrie 

Mrs Stewart 

9 d 

Tobermory 

J Sinclair 

I2d 

Portobello 

Mr.>New!ands 

iod 

Tullich 

G Clark 

7 d 

'Preftonpans T Clough 

led 

Turriff 

A Kemp 

7 d 

Rachan Mill A Brydone 

iod 

Tyndrum 

P M‘Intyre 

I 2d 

Renfrew 

H Lang 

lid 

Tranent 

T Simpfon 

iod 

Rhynie 

J Paterfon 

7 d 

Ullapool 

S M’Kenzie 

Hd 

Rothefay 

C Moore 

I id 

Whitburn 

A Wilson 

iod 

Radio 

W M‘William 

iod 

Whithorn 

Mrs Kindel 

I 2 d 

St Andrew’s G Mitchell 

9 d 

Wick 

W Craig 

I2d 

St Bos. Green Mrs Scott 

1 id 

Wigton 

S Gulline 

12d 


By an act of the 53d Geo. III. repealing the mail coach ex¬ 
emption from tolls in Scotland, one halfpenny is charged on each 
letter conveyed any part of its progress in a mail coach, besides 
the ordinary rates of postage; but not to be doubled or trebled 
on double or treble letters. 

Soldiers’ and seamen’s letters, under certain regulations, pay 
id. at ingiving for single letters only. If id is not paid, or let¬ 
ters double, full postage charged. Letters to such places as have 
no regular packets, except the East Indies and St Helena, can¬ 
not be sent for id. 






■ 


34 

Rates of Postage for a single Letter from Aberdeen to th 
following principal Tozuns in England. 


Alnwick - 

_ 

lid 

Falmouth - - 

l6d 

Northallerton 

13d 

Arundel - 

. 

l6d 

Farnham - - 

1 

Norwich - 

- 

I^d 

Bath - - 

- 

1 5 d 

Ferrybridge - 

13d 

Nottingham 


i/jd 

Belford 

- 

lid 

Flamborough 

13d 

Orford 


15^ 

Birmingham 

- 

I4d 

Folkftone - - 

l6d 

Oxford 


I4d 

Bland ford 

- 

i6d 

Gainfborough 

13d Peterborough 

I4d 

Blyth - - 

- 

I 2 d 

Gatelhead 

12d 

Plymouth 


i6d 

Boroughbridge 

13d 

Goiport •» - 

16 c!: Poole - - 


l6d 

Bofton 


I 4 d 

Gravefend 

ifd 

Portfmouth 


i6d 

Bridgewater 

- 

I 5 d 

Grim (by - - 

13d 

jprefton 


13d 

Bridport - 

- 

i6d 

Guernfey - - 

l9d;Ramfgate 


l6d 

Brighton - 

- 

I 5 d 

Guildford - - 

1 5 d 

Rippon 


13d 

Briftol 

- 

I 5 d 

Halifax - - 

13d Rochdale - 


13d 

Bungay 

- 

I 5 d 

Harwich - - 

l6d Rye - - 


13d 

Burlington 

- 

13 ^ 

Hythe - - - 

l6d Scarborough 


13d 

Burton on Trent 

I4d 

Holyhead - - 

I4d Sheerness 


J 5 d 

Bury, (Lane.) 

13d 

Huddersfield - 

l3dSheffield - 


13 d 

Carlisle 

- 

I id 

Hull - - - 

13d 

Shields 


i2d 

Cambridge 

- 

I 4 d 

Ipfwich - - 

I 5 d 

Southampton 


l6d 

Chatham - 

- 

I 5 d 

Ifle of Wight 

l6d 

Stafford 


13 d 

Cheltenham 

- 

I4d 

Jerfey - - - 

2cd 

Stamford - 


i 4<3 

Chefter 

- 

13 ^ 

Kendal - - 

1 2d 

Stockport - 


13d 

Cockermouth 


1 2d 

Kidderminfter 

I 4 d 

Stockton - 


13d 

Colchefter 

- 


Lancafter - - 

I2d 

Sunderland 


12d 

Colefhill - 

- 

I4d 

Leeds - - - 

13d 

Torbay 


i6d 

Coventry - 

- 

I4d 

Leicefter - - 

I4d 

Truro - - 


l6d 

Cromar 

- 

I.S d 

Lincoln - - 

I4d 

Tynemouth 


12d 

Darlington 

- 

1 2d 

London - - 

I 5 d 

Uxbridge • 


I 5 d 

Dartford - 

- 

15 <i 

Liverpool 

13d 

Wakefield 


13d 

Dartmouth 

- 

i6d 

LoweftofFe 

l6d 

Weymouth 


i6d 

Deal - - 

- 

i6d 

Lynn - - - 

lid 

Whitby 


13 d 

Derby 

- 

I4d 

Macclesfield - 

I 3 d 

Whitehaven 


I2d' 

Doneafter 

- 

13d 

Man chefter - 

I3d 

Wind for - 


13 d 

Dover - - 

- 

l6d 

Mansfield - - 

I 4 d 

Wolverhampton I4d 

Dunflable 

- 

I4d 

Margate . - 

i6d 

Woodftock 


I4d 

Durham 

- 

I2d 

Morpeth - - 

1 2d 

Worcefter 


I4d 

Eafingwould 

- 

13d 

Newark * 

I4d 

Workington 


12d 

Eaflgrinftead 

- 

ijd 

Newcaftle 

I 2 d 

Yarmouth- 


I 5 d 

Exetei 

- 

i5dlNewhaven 

L 5 d 

York - - 

- 

13 d 












35 


STAGES betwixt LONDON £9* EDINBURGH, 




§ 

& to 

t’to 


3 b 

C*J b 

East Road. 



£ 

IS 

West Road. 


is* 




' > 



‘ > 

* 

Edinburgh 




387. Edinburgh 


• 

Haddington 

- 


16 

371 

Foussie Bridge 


10 

Dunbar - 

- 

11 

27 

360 Bankhouse 

11 

21 

Press - - 

- 

14 

41 

346 Selkirk - - 

15 

36 

Berwick - 

- 

12 

53 

334 Hawick - - 

11 

47 

Beltord 

- 

15 

68 

3i9Moss-Paul 

13 

60 

Alnwick - 

- 

15 

83 

304|Langholm 

10 

70 

Morpeth - 

- 

19 

102 

285 Longtown 

12 

82 

Newcastle 

- 

14 

116 

270,Carlisle - - 

10 

9 1 

Durham - 

- 

16 

132 

257,Penrith 

18 

109 

Darlington 

- 

18 

150 

238 Shapp- - - 

n 

120 

Northallerton 

15 

165 

223 Kendall - - 

15 

135 

Boioughbridge 

19 

18 J 

203' 

Burton - - 

12 

147 

Wetherby 


12 

196 

I 9 i 

! Lancaster 

11 

158 

Ferrybridge 


17 

213 

i84Garstang - - 

11 

169 

Doncaster 


15 

228 

174 

Preston - - 

11 

180 

Barnby-muir 

13 

241 

159 

Wigan - - 

17 

197 

1 uxtord - 


10 

251 

146 

Warrington - 

13 

210 

Newark - 


13 

264 

136 

Grulam - - 

10 

220 

Grantham 


14 

278 

124 

Brewert.-green 

9 

229 

Colesworth 


8 

286 

no 

Newcast. un. L. 

14 

243 

Stamford 


13 

299 

101 Stone - - - 

8 

251 

IVaim tford 


6 

305 

88^GreatHaywood 

10 

261 

Stilton 


8 

313 

82Litchfield 

13 

274 

Bugden - 


13 

326 

74 Coles-hill 

15 

289 

Eaton - - 


6 

332 

6 lCoventry 

11 

3co 

Bigilswade 


10 

342 

55 Dunchurch - 

8 

308 

Baldock 


8 

350 

45 Daventry 

12 

320 ( 

Stevenage 


6 

356 

36 Towcester - 

8 

328 

Wellzvyn - 


6 

362 

30 Stony Stratford 

9 

337 i 

Hatfield - 

- 

6 

368 

24 Dunstable 

20 

357 

Barnet 

- 

8 

376 

*9 

St Albans 

12 

369 1 

London- - 

- 

11 

387 

n 

Barnet - - 

10 

379 






London - - 

11 

39 1 


N.B .—Those in Italics are not the usual stages. 


392 

380 
371 
356 
345 
3 32 
322 
310 
301 

282 
271 
25 6 

244 

233 
222 
211 
194 
181 
171 
162 
148 
140 

130 

11 7 
102 
91 
83 

7 i 

63 

44 

34 

21 

12 



























36 


POPULATION of (he different Counties of SCOTLAND, 
from the Census of 1821 , with the Increase since 1811 . 



Counties. 

Males. 

Females. 

Total. 

Increase. 

Incr. 

^ct. 


Aberdeen - - 

72,383 

83,004 

155.387 

20,312 

14 


Argyll- 

47,77 5 

49,541 

97.316 

n, 73 i 

12 


Ayr — - - - 

61,077 

66,222 

127,299 

23,345 

21 


Banff - - - - 

20,193 

23,368 

43 , 56 i 

6,893 

17 


Berwick - - - 

I 5 . 9 ? 6 

17,409 

33.385 

2,606 

7 


Bute - - - - 

6,474 

7,323 

13,797 

1,764 

13 


Caithness - - 

14,196 

16,042 

30,238 

6,819 

29 

if 

Clackmannan, 

6,356 

6,907 

13,263 

1,253 

9 


Dumbarton - 

13,046 

14.271 

27,317 

3,128 

ir 


Dumfries - - 

33.572 

37,306 

70,878 

7,918 

11 


Edinburgh - - 

87,759 

103,755 

I 9 T » 5 I 4 

42,907 

28 


Elgin - - - - 

14,292 

16,870 

31,162 

3,054 

9 


Fife. 

53.540 

61.016 

T I 4,556 

10,284 

12 


Forfar - - - - 

52,071 

61,359 

1 ^ 3,430 

6,166 

4 


Haddington - 

16,828 

18,299 

35,127 

3,963 

11 


Inverness - - 

42,304 

47.853 

90 -I 57 

11,821 

14 

ll 

Kincardine - 

1 . 3,540 

15.578 

29,118 

1,679 

5 

Kinross - - - 

3,660 

4,102 

7,762 

517 

6 


Kirkcudbright 

18,506 

20,397 

38,903 

5,219 

14 


Tan ark - - - 

115,385 

129,002 

244,387 

52,629 

26 


Linlithgow - 

10,703 

11,982 

22,685 

3,234 

15 


Nairn - - - - 

4,082 

4,924 

9,006 

755 

8 


Orkney &Shetl. 

24,070 

29,054 

53,124 

6,971 

14 


Peebles - - - 

4,973 

5,073 

10,046 

hi 

1 


Perth - - - - 

66,033 

73 ,oi 7 

139,050 

3-975 

2 


Renfrew - - - 

5 L178 

60,997 

112,175 

^ 19 579 

19 


Ross&Cromarty 

32,324 

36,404 

68,828 

7,975 

12 


Roxburgh — 

19,408 

21,484 

40,892 

3,662 

8 


Selkirk - — 

3,205 

3,432 

6,637 

748 

11 


Stirling - - - 

3 L 7 i 8 

33.658 

65,376 

7,202 

11 


Sutherland - 

11,088 

12,752 

23,840 

211 

9* 10 


Wigton - - - 

15,837 

17,403 

33,240 

6,349 

22 



983.552 

1,109,904 

2,093,456 

284,762 



To the above statement, one fiftieth part may be added as the 
probable proportion of the army and navy. By so doing, the 
total population will amount to 2 , 135 , 395 . 






























57 


CLERGY OF SCOTLAND , 

POPULATION OF THE PARISHES, A*£D PATRONS. 


Parishes . 


Patrons. 


High Church 


Old Church 


College Church 
New North Church 


Tron Church 


Tolbooth Church 


Town Council 


Old Gray Friars 


Lady Yefter’s 
New Gray Friars 


St Andrew's 


Canongate 


I. SYNOD of LOTHIAN and TWEEDDALE. 

1. Edinburgh Presbytery . 

Ministers. 
f George Baird 
( William Ritchie 
C Andrew Brown 
cTho. Macknight 
Walter Tait 
Robert Gordon 
5 William Simpfon 
cAlex. Brbnton 
C T. Davidfon 
X Jqhn Campbell 
C Jonn Inglis 
t. R. Anderfon 
John Lee 
Wm Muir 
C David Ritchie 
X Andrew Grant 
Andrew Thomfon 
Henry Grey 
f Jo!m Gilchrifl 
X Walter Buchanan Heritors 
\ Sir H. Moncrieff Crown 
X David Dickson Ditto 
[ Population —112,235.] 

f James Grant, jun. Crown (porations 
X James Robertfon Kirk Session & Incor- 
W. F. Ireland 
John Thomfon 
James Grant 
George Muirhead 
John Somerville 
David Scott 
Lewis Balfour 
Andrew Duncan 
Alex. L. Simpfon 
D 


St. George’s 
Bellevue 


St Cuthbert’s 


Crown 


South Leith 

North Leith 
Duddingfton 


► 26,000 


Libberton 
Cramond 
Currie 

Corftorphine 

Colinton 

Ratho 

Kirknewton 


3088 

4276 

1804 

1715 

1321 

2019 

1444 

IJT3 


Parish at large 
Marq. of Abercorn 
Ciown and Niddiy 
Ramsay pf Barnton 
T. Council of Edin. 
Sir R. Keith Dick 
Anti-Patron. Society 
Dr Davidson (Mort. 
Duke of Buc. & E. of 


a 








Linlithgow 

PaJmeny 

Well Calder 

Kirkliflon 

Polmont 

Ecclefmachen 

Carriden 

Falkirk 

Bathgate 

Queensferry 


2. Linlithgow Presbytery . 

4692'Andrew Bell Crown 

1495 James Greig Earl of Roseherrv 

1458 John Muckerfy Earl of Lauderda’e 

2213 Adam Duncan Tait Crown 


2i7ijJohn Ker 
303 Henry Lifton 
l429 ! David Fleming 
11,536j James Wilfon 
3283 Samuel Martin 
690|Thomas Dimma 


Borrowstounnefs30i8 Robert Rennie 


Mid-Calder 

Abercorn 

Whitburn 

Torphichen 

Livingfton 

Uphall 

Slamannan 

Muiravonfide 


1410 

1044 

1900 

1197 

944 

1016 

981 

1678 


Ditto 

Earl of Hopetoun 
Duke of Hamilton 
Crown 

Earl of Hopetoun 
The Burgh 
Duke of Hamilton 
Lord Torphichen 
Earl of Hopetoun 
Bail lie of Polkemmel 
Lord Torphichen 
James M. Robertfon Earl of Rofeberry 1 

John Ferguson Earl of Buchan 

Alex. Davidson Crown 

William Macall Ditto 


John Sommers 
H. Meiklejohn 
Graham Mitchell 


Biggar 
Culter 
Symington 
Dunfyre 
Walfton 
Dolphington 
Liberton 
Skirling 
Wandell and 1 
Lamington J 
Covington and 7 
Thankerton j 
Broughton,Glen- « 
holm,&Kilbucho ' 


1727 
467 
47 * 
29 o 

39 2 

236 

785 

345 


3. Biggar Presbytery. 


359 


526 


John Christison 
Alexander Watt 
John Smith 
William Meek 
John Wilson 
John Aiton 
Alexander Craik 
John Alpine 

Charles Hope 


Thomas Watson 


Hon. Adm. Fleming 
Kilbucho & Sir C.Ross 
Lockhart ofCarn wath 
Crown 

Lockhart of Carnwath 
Lord Douglas 
Lockhart ofCarn wath 
SirT G Carmichael 
C Lord Douglas 
t Bailie of Lamington 
£ Carnwath, and 
l Sir J C Anstruther 
Oswald of Auchen- 


r f Hamilton Paul 
3 cruive 

4. Peebles c'resbytery. 

Peebles 2705 John Elliott ^ Earl of Wemyss 

Lyne & Megget 176,Andrew Handyfide Ditto 
Linton 1194,Alexander Forrefter Ditto 

Drumelzier 293jJames Somerville Trotter of Ballendeai 

Stobo 413 Alexander Ker Sirja, Montgomery 

Eddlellone 8lo,Patrick Robertfon Lord Eiibank 









Kirkurd 

Manor 

Tweedfmuir 

Innerleithen 

Traquair 

Newlands 

Dalkeith 

Borthwick 

Crichton 

Cranfton 

Newbattle 

Laflwade 

Heriot 

Inverefk 

Pennycuick 

Cairnton 

remple 

Glencross 

Drmifton 

Fala 

Cockpen 

Newton 


Haddington 

Garvald 

Tranent 

Salton 

Bolton 

Pencaitland 

North Berwick 

Gladsmuir 

Yester 

Humbie 

Dirleton 

Aberlady 

Athelstaneford 

Prestonpans 

Moreham 


35* 

3*4 

265 

705 

643 

1041 

5 . 

5169 

1343 

H95 

954 

1719 

4186 

298 

7836 

1958 

J5° 

TIC6 

66l 

779 

405 

1925 

2150 


39 

David Anderfon 
William Marftiall 
James Gardner 
James Pate 
James Campbell 
Charles Findlater 


SirT G Carmichael 
Earl of Wemyss 

N. Col lege St Andrews 
Oswald of Auchin- 
Crown (cruive 

Earl of Wemyss 


Dalkeith Presbytery . 

William Scott Duke of Buccleuch 


Thomas Wright 
J. K. Cunninghame 
Walter Filher 
John Thomfon 
John Paton 
Alexander Welsh 
George Tod 
Thomas Colstoun 
Thomas Muir 
James Goldie 
William Torrence 
John Ramsay 

Archibald Singers 
James Grierson 


Dundas of Arniston 
Capt. Burn Callender 
Sir John Dalrymple 
Marquis of Lothian 
Sir George Clerk 
Sir John Dalrymple 
Duke of Buccleuch 
Sir George Clerk 
Earl of Roseberry 
Dundasof Arniston 
Tytler,WoodhouseIee 
Earl of Hopetoun 
City of Edinbro’ & 
SirJohnDalrymple 
E of Dalhousie (stone 
Wauchope ofEdmon^ 


6. Haddington Presbytery, 


5255 


797 


3366 

834 

315 

1145 

1694 

1623 

1100 

837 

1315 

1033 


909 
20 55 

241 


C Robert Lorimer 
i William Sibbald 
John Sangfter 
John Henderfon 
Andrew Johnfton 
John Abernethy 
Angus M'Kellar 
R. B. Graham 
George Hamilton 
Daniel Wilkie 
James M‘Farlane 
William Stark 
John Smith 
William Ritchie 
Patrick Primrose 
John Steele 


Earl of Hopetoun 
Ditto 

Cr &M.ofTweeddale 
Crown 

Fletcher of Salton 
Lord Blantyre (land 
Hamilton of Pencait- 
Sir H. Dalrymple 
Crow n & E.Hopetoun 
Marq. Tweeddale 
Crown &E. Hopetoun 
Mrs Ferguson, Raith 
Earl of Wemyss 
Sir D. Kin loch 
Sir James Suttie 
Dalrymple of Hailes 










Dunbar 

Innerwick 

Whitekirk 

Oldhamftocks 

C ockburnfpath 

Stenton 

Pr^stonkirk 

Whittingham 

Spott 


7. Dunbar Presbytery. 

$2 72'John Jeffray Duch.D. of Roxburgh 

924'Adam Forman, jun. Mrs Ferguson, Raith 
1048 James Wallace Cr. & E. Haddington 
725 Robert Moore Hunter of Thurston 
966 ( A Spence ,JStirling,^.Crown 
687 David Logan Mrs Ferguson, Raith 


1812 

750 


J. Thomson 
John Lumsden 


582»Alexander Graham 


Dalrymple of Hailes 

Balfour of Whittingh, 
Hay of Lawfield 


II. SYNOD of MERSE and TIVIOTDALE. 

8. Danse Presbytery. 

Dunfe 3773 G. Cunninghame 

(Greenlaw 1349 Abraham Home 

Eccles 1900 James Thomfon 


Foggo 469 

Longformacus 402 
Abbey St Bathans 150 
Cranihaws 156 


George Maclean 
George Bell 
John Wallace 


Prefton&Bonkle 787 


Langton 

Polwarth 


477 


298 


Hay of Drumelzier 
SirW.P H. Campbell 

Crown 

Ditto (macus 

Home of Longfor- 
Crown 


ames Hope Sibbald Watson of Saughton 


Arch. M‘Conechy Lord Douglas 
John Brown Cs. of Breadalbane * 

V Robert Home Sir W.P.H.Campbe! 

C.W. Home, A.fyS. Ditto 

9. Cliirnsidc Presbytery. 

1189 Thomas Logan Sir James Hall 
1520 George Tough 
2801 Robert Scott 
302 George Chalmers 
, 527 Geo II. Robertfon 

Whitfom&Hilton 66 r Adam Landels 
Swinton 
Foulden 
Coldingham 
Hutton 
Edrom 
Eyemouth 


Chirnfide 

Ayton 

Coldftream 

Mordington 

Ladykirk 


Jedburgh 

Ancrum 

Hawick 

Wiltown 


919 John Hunter 
396 Alex. Christison 
2675 James Landels 
1118 John Edgar 
1516 Alex. Cuthbeitson 
^1165 John Turnbull 

10. Jedburgh Presbytery. 

S'lS 1 T. Somerville Crown 

Thomas Campbell SirW.ScottofAnciur 

John Cochrane Duke of Buccleuch 

David Stevenson Ditto 


Crown 
Eail of Haddington 
Renton of Lamberton 
Crown (hill 

Benv of Whitesome- 
Crown 

Wilkie of Foulden 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 


1386 

4387 

1661 






H own am 


Eckford 

Grading 

Southdcan 

Cavers 

Oxnam 

Kirktown 

Hobkirk 

Minto 

Bedrule 


Selkirk 

Roberton 

Bowden 

Yarrow 

Alhkirk 

St Bofwell’s 

Lilliefleaf 

Etterick 

Melrofe 

Galafhiels 

Maxton 


Kelfo 

Yetholm 

Roxburgh 

Morbattle 

Sproufton 


41 




32-7 


1133 

748 

837 

1504 

693 

315 

65 a 

47 ^ 

344 


f James Rutherford 7 Represen.of Ladies 
1 G.B.Rutherford,yf. 5 Mary & Essex Ker 
George Gray 
David Brown 
John Richmond 
James Strachan 
John Hunter 


Crown 
Ditto & M. of Lothian 
Ditto & Lord Douglas 
Douglas of Cavers 
Crown 


Adam Laidlaw 
Benjamin Dickfon 
William Burn 
William Brown 


11. Selkirk Presbytery. 


Ditto 

Ditto 

Earl of Minto 
Home of Ninewells 


*728 


674 

954 

1249 

, 544 
636 
779 
485 

3467 

154. 

463 


John Campbell 


A. Nivison 
W. Balfour 
Robert Ruffed 
G. J. Hamilton 
Peter Craw 
David Baxter 
James Smith 
George Thomson 
Nathaniel Paterson 
John Thomfon 
12. Kelso Presbytery . 

4860 Robert Lnndie Duke of Roxburgh 


Duke of Roxburgh 
Crown 

Duke of Roxburgh 
Crown 

Earl of Minto 
Duke of Bucclcuch 
Duke of Roxburgh 
Lord Napier 
Duke of Buccleuch 
Scott of Gala (Don 
Sir A. Don of Newton 


l28oWilliam Blackie 
926 James Hope 
1070 Walter Morrison 
1371 Ninian Trotter 


Stichell & Hume 852 1 


Linton 
Makerfton 
Ednam 
Nenthorn 


Wauchope of Niddry 
Duke of Roxburgh 
Ditto 

Ditto (Campbell 
Crown & Sir W.P.H 
Pringle of Clifton 
Duke of Roxburgh 
Crown 
Ditto 


Lauder 

Earlfloun 

Weflruthef 

Smalholm 

Channelkirk 

Legerwood 

Stow 


458 William Faichney 
345 David Hogarth 
601 Joseph Thomson 
393 Gavin Wallace 
13 Lauder Presbytery. 

1845 Peter Cofens Earl of Lauderdale 

1705 (David W. Gordon 
870 W. Fleming 
520|Thomas Clcghorn 
730 J. Brown 
476 George Cur.ples 
1641) John Cormack 
D 3 


Crown 

Ditto 

Bailie of Jerviswood 
Sir W.P.H. Campbell 
Kerr of Moristou 
Crown 








42 

6lo|James Duncan 
74ojjames Paterson 


Scott of Harden 
Crown 


Annan 
Gratney 
Middlebie 
Dornock 
Ruthwell 
Cumbertrees 
Kirkpatrick? 
Fleming $ 

Hoddam 


Lochmaben 

Johnflone 

Kirkp.-Juxta 

St Mungo 

Applegirth 

Dryfdale 

Moffat 

Kirkmichael 

Tundergarth 

Wamphry 

Dalton 

Moufewald 

Hutton 


Langholm 

Canobie 

Caftletown 

Ewe 3 

Weflerkirk 

Efkdalemuir 


III. SYNOD of DUMFRIES. 

14. Annan Presbytery . 

4486 James Monilaws " Johnflon of Anandale 


1945 John Morgan 
1874 Richard Nivison 
743 Nicholas Sloan 
1285 Henry Duncan 
1561 Thomas Gillefpie 


Earl Mansfield 
Duke of Buccleuch 
Ditto 

Earl Mansfield 

Crown 


1696 Alexander Monilaws 5 ??' 3n [| 

l Sir J. H. Maxwell 

1640 James Yorfloun of * 

t Sharp of Hoddam 

15. Lochmaben Presbytery. 

2651 Thomas Gibfon Earl Mansfield 

I r 79 Robert Colvin Johnitonof Anandale 

912 William Singer Ditto 

709 Andrew Jameson Crown (Annandale 


943 William Dunbar 
2251 John Henderfon 


Sir W. Jardine, and 
Crown 


2218 Alexander Johnflon Johnflon of Anandale 


1202 James Srnaill 
5l8Richard Paxton 
554 Chailes Dickson 
767 James Cririe 
> A. B. Murray 
} Jacob Wright 


795 

804 


1 ^- J 

16. Langholm Presbytery. 


Duke of Buccleuch 
Eail Mansfield 
Earl of Hopetoun 
Macrae of Holmains 
M arq. of Queensberry 
Johnston of Anandale 


2957 

3084 

2038 

314 

672 

65* 


William B Shaw 
James Donaldson 
Angus Barton 
Robert Shaw 
James Green 
William Brown 


Crown & D. of Bure. 

Duke of Buccleuch 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 


Dumfries 


17. Dumfries Presbytery. 

TT S A lexander Scott 7 ^ 

’ 5 | l Thomas T. Duncan $ Crown 
Holywood 1004 Robert Kirkwood Crichton of Skeoch 
Carlaverock 1 2c 6jWilliam M‘Morine Marq. of Queen sberry 
Kirkp. Iron Gray 88ojAnthony Dow Oswald, Auchencrive 









Troqueer 4301 

Kirkp. Durham 1473 

Kirkgunzeon 776 

Terregles 651 

Kirkmahoc 1608 

Tinwald 1248 

Dunfcore 1491 

Kirkbean 790 

Colvend 1322 

Torthorwald 1205 

Lochrntton 594 

Newabbey III2 

Urr 2862 

18 

Penpont 1082 

Keir 987 

Glencairn 1881 

Clofeburn 1682 

Tynron 513 

Kirkconnel 1075 

Durriideer 1601 

Morton 1806 

Sanquhar 3026 


Crown 
^ Ditto 


43 

William Thorburn 
J David Lamont 
C R. Wallace,^. 

John Crocket 
George Heron 
John Wightman 
George Greig 
Robert Brydon 
Thomas Grierson 
Andrew M‘Cuiloch 
John Yorlloun 
Thoma? Inglis 
J. Hamilton 
John M‘Whir 
Penpont Presbytery. 

John Nivison Duke of Bucdeuch 


Maxwell of Tert egles 
Duke of Bdccleuch 
Ditto (Crown 

M. of Queensberry & 
Crown 

Duke of Buccleuch 
Ditto and Crown 
Marq. of Queensberry 
Duke of Buccleuch 
Crown 
Ditto 


William Menzies 
John Brown 
Charles Andeison 
James Wilfon * 
James Richardson 
George Wallace 
David Smith 
Thos Montgomery 


Ditto 

Ditto 

Menteith, Closeburn 

Duke of Buccleuch 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 


Wigton 

Sorby 

Kirkcowen 

Mochium 

MinnigafF 

Kirkmabreck 

Penningham 

Whithorn 

Glaserton 

Kirkinner 

Stranraer 

Ballantrae 

KirkcoJm 

Stonykivk 


IV. SYNOD of GALLOWAY. 

19. Wigton Presbytery. 

2042|Peter Young 
1319.E. W. Davidfon 
l 783 [Anthony Stewart 
1871‘John Steven 
1923 J. G. Maitland 
1519 John Sibbald 
3090!Samuel Richardson 
236i,Christop. Nichollbn 
1057'Samuel Claraghan 
I488ijames Reid 
20. Stranraer Presbytery . 

2463 David Wilson Crown 

1280 Thomas Burns Sir H. D. Hamilton 

1821 William Rofe Earl of Galloway 

3133 James Ar.derson Crown, Sc Garth! nd 


Earl of Galloway 
Crown 

Agnew of Shewchan 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto and Barholm 
Earl of Galloway 
Crown 
Ditto 

Agnew of Shewchan 






Old Luce 

Colmonell 

Inch 

Kirkmaiden 
Lefwalt 
New Luce 
Port Patrick 

Kirkcudbright 

Kelton 

Rerrick 

Buittle 

Crofsmichael 

Dairy 

Ballmaclellan 

Borgue 

Carlphairn 

Girthon 

Twynholm 

Partoun 

Kells 

Balmaghie 

Tongland 

Anwoth 


195 7 John M‘Dowall Crown 

i98ojThomas Blair Sir H. D. Hamilton 

2386 ( Peter Ferguffon Crown 

2210 John Lamb Earl of Stair 

2332 Andrew M'Cubbin Crown 

609! William M‘Kergo Ditto 

181 81 John M‘Kenzie H. Blair of Dunskey 

2 1. Kirkcudbright Presbytery. 


3377 

2416 


George Hamilton 
John McLellan 


1378 James Thomfon 


1023 
1299 
II 5i 
912 
947 
474 
189 5 
783 
845 

1104 

1361 

890 

845 


Alexander M‘Gowan Sir J. Heron Maxwell 


Alexander Crofbie 
David Welsh 


Crown 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Gordon of Greenlaw 


Gavin Cullen 
James Gordon 
Thomas Cannan 
Robert Jeffrey 
John Williamfon 
James Rae 
James Maitland 
James Henderfon 
William Dow 
iThomas Tur'nbull 


Crown 

Ditto (well 

Do. & Sir J. H. Max- 
Ditto 

Earl of Selkirk 
Scott of Partoun 
Crown 

Gordon of Balmaghie 
Crown 

Maxwell of Cardoness 


V. SYNOD of GLASGOW and AYR. 


Hamilton 

Blantyre 

Cambuflang 

Strathaven 

Oldmonkland 

Kilbride (East) 

Cambufnethan 

Dalziel 

Newmonkland 

Stonehoufe 

Dalferf 

Glafsford 

Bothwell 

Shots 


22. Hamilton Presbytery. 

7613 iAlcx. a Fleming } Duke of Hamilton 


2630 John Hodgfon 
2301 John Robertson 
5030 William Proudfoot 
6983*William Thomson 
3483'James French 
3o86 Arcb. Livingfton 
955 James Clafon 
7362 James Begg 


2054 

1304 

4844 

3297 


Hugh Dewar 


Lord Blantyre 
Duke of Hamilton 
Ditto 

Heritors & K. Session 
Crown 

Lockhart of Casrlehill 
Hamilton of Dalziel 
Parish 

Lockhart of Castlebill 


J.Craig, J. RufTe!,y^/?Duke of Hamilton 
Patrick Macbeath Lady Montgomery 
Mathew Gardiner Duke of Hamilton 
John Black Ditto 








45 




Irvine 
Kilbride (We; 
Kilbirnie 
Kilmaurs 
Ardroffan 
Fenwick 
Largs 
Beith 
Stewarton 


7007 

st) 1371 
1333 

1660 

3105 

1852 
2479 

4472 

3656 


23 . Irvine Presbytery. 


Kilmarnock 12,769 


Dairy 

Dunlop 

Loudon 

Steven fton 

Cumbraes 

Dreghorn 

Kilwinning 


3313 
1097 
3741 
355 8 
65 7 
856 
3696 


John Wilson 
William Vessie 
Robert Urquhart 
John Roxburgh 
John Hendry 
William Boyd 
Jacob Richardson 
James Muir 
Charles B. Steven 
James M'Kinlay 
George Smythe 
Andrew Hamilton Eight Directors 
Thomas Johnston Laird of Blair 
Thomas Brilbane Eajl of Eglintoune 
Archibald Laurie Cts. of Loudoun (vie 
David Landfborough Grange &Auchinhar- 
James Adam Earl of Glasgow 

Robert Smith Lady Montgomery 

George Colville Earl of Eglintoune 


Earl of Eglintoune 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Lady Montgomery 
Ditto 

Earl of Glasgow 
Earl of Eglintoune 
Ditto (sh?.w 

Cunningham of Lain- 
Duchess of Portland 
Ditto 


24 . Paisley Presbytery , 


PaifleyTown 28,000 


Abbey Parilh 19,003 


Greenock 22,088 


Port-Glafgow 

Renfrew 

Erlkine 

Neilfton 

Kilmalcolm 

Kilbarchan 

Innerkip 

Houston 

Lochwinnoch 

Mearns 

Eaftwood 

Inchinnan 


CRobert Burns 
< John Geddes 
CJon, Rankine 
^ Robert Macnair 
i Patrick Brewfter 
C Robert Steel 
-s John Scott 
CJ. Menzies 
5262 James Barr 
2646 Thomas Burns 
973 Andrew Stewart 
6549 Alexander Fleming 
1600 Robert Cameron 
4213 Robert Douglas 
2344 Thomas Brown 
2317 John Monteath 
4130 Robert Smith 
2295 George M'Latchie 
5676 George Logan 
582;Lauiance Lockhait 


Town Council 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Marquis of Abercorn 
Ditto 

Sir M. Shaw Stewart 

Ditto 

Directors 

City of Glasgow 

Crown 

Lord Blantyre 
Speirs of Elderslie 
Dr Anderfcn 
Sir W. M. Napier 
Sir M.Shaw Stewart 
Elderslie & Baruchan 
Heritors 

Sir M. Shaw Stewart 
Sir John Maxwell 
Campbell of Blythsw. 


Q. 







Inner High 
Outer High 
College 
Tron 

North West 

St. George’s 

Ct. Andrew’s 

St. Enoch’s 

St. John’s 

St. James’s 

Barony 

Gorbals 

Rutherglen 

Cumbernauld 

Carmunnock 

Cadder 

Camp fie 

Govan 

Kirkintilloch 

Kilfyth 

Cathcart 

Eagleiham 

Ayr 

Ochiltree 

Dundonald 

Stair 

Girvan 

Tarbolton 

Mauchline 

Barr 

Coylton 

Straiton 

Muirkirk 

Kirkofwald 

Sorn 

Auchinleck 
Maybole 
Dalrymple 
Gal I kon 
Daily 


46 


25. Glasgow Presbytery . 


L 

4640 

2864 

637 

2868 

49*7 

43 2 5 
4580 
4260 
2056 
*9 27 


Duncan M‘Farlanc 
James Marshall 
John Lockhart 
Daniel Dewar 
Alexander Ranken 
John Smyth 
Gavin Gibb 
Patrick M‘Farlane 
Thomas Brown 
John Muir 
John Burns 
James M‘Lean 
John Dick 
John Watfon 
John Henderson 
Thomas Lockerby 
Norman Macleod 


Crown 

Town Council 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Crown 

Parish 

Town Council 
Lord Elphinstone 
Mrs Rae of Crawford 
Heritors &K. Session 
Crown 


7455 


Matthew Leishman University of Glasgow 
Adam Forman Hon. Adm. Fleming 
William Burns Crown 
David Dow Gordon of Aikenhead 

Hugh Davidson Earl of Eglintoune 
26. Ayr Presbytery. 

' Robert Auld Crown (Session 
Alexander Cuthill Town Council&Kirk 


1573 John Lindfay 
2482: John Macleod 
William Rorison 
Peter Macmafter 
John Ritchie 
205 7 1 John Tod 
83 7 E. B. Wallace 
Alexander Duncan 
Robert Paton 
A. Brown 
James [nglis 
John Stewart 
James Boyd 
John Paul 
Robert Steven 
Robert Stirling 
Alexander Hill 


746 

4490 

75 


1397 

1292 

2687 

1847 

3865 

1524 

5204 

933 

3442 

2161 


Bcswtllof Auchinleck 
Lad) Montgomery 
Earl of Stair 
Crown 

Earl of Eglintoune 

Countess of Loudoun 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Css of Loudoun 
Crown 

Sommetville of Sorn 
Boswell of Auchinleck 
Crown 
Ditto 

Duke of Portland 
Crown 













Monkton r 

New Cumnock 

Riccarton 

Symington 

Dalmellington 

St. Quivox 

Craigie 

Kirkmichael 

Old Cumnock 

Newton 

Lanark 
Carftairs 
Wiftoun & Ro- 
bertoun 
Carmichael 
Crawfordjohn 
Carnwath 
Crawford 
Carluke 
Pittenain 

Lefmahagoe 

Douglas 

Dumbarton 

Lufs 

Cardrofs 

N. Kirkpatrick 
Kilmaronock 
Drymen 
Baldernock 

O. Kirkpatrick 
Buchannan 
Balfron 

Row 

Rofeneath 

Arroquhar 

Fintry 

Bonhill 

Killearn 

Strathblane 


47 

l744|John Onghterfon 
1656 William Reid 
21 22 JohnMoodic 
744 T. S. Wharrie 
976 Gilbert M‘Kilveen 
5392 Stair M‘Quhae 
803 John Stirling 
2235 David Kennedy 
2343 John Frafei 
4027 


27. Lanark Presbytery . 


Reid of Adamton 
Mar quis of Bute 
Sir W. Cunninghame 
Lady Montgomery 
Crown fcruive 

Oswald of Auchen- 
Campbell of Craigie 
Crown 

Marquis of Bute 
Town Council, &c. 


7085 

937 

^927 

963 

971 

2888 

1914 

2925 

490 

559* 

*195 


William Menzies 
George Munro 

Charles Wood 

William Lamb 
William Goldie 
James Walker 
John Rofs 
John Wyllie 
George Dickfon 
f James Hamilton 
C John Wilfon 
Alexander Stewart 


28. Dumbarton Presbytery , 


Crown 

Monteath of Carstairs 
Cr. & Lord Douglas 

Sir John Anstruther 
MrColebrooke’s heirs 
LockhartofCarnwath 
Crown 

Lockhart ofCarnwath 
Sir J. Anstruther 

^ Duke of Hamilton 
Lord Douglas 


3481 

IIJO 

3105 

2530 

1008 

1661 

892 

3692 

763 

2041 

1759 

754 


William Jeffray 
Robert Carr 
Archibald Wilfon 
George Sym 
Andrew White 
Alexander Lochore 
John M‘Ewen 
William Macartney 
William Freeland 
Alexander Niven 
John M. Campbell 
Robert Story 


3 76; Peter Proudfoot 
1102 James Coulter 
3003 William Gregor 
1126 John Graham 
748 William Hamilton 


Town Council 

Sir James Colqnhcun 

Crown 

Duke of Montrose 

CampbellofStonefield 

Crown 

Ditto 

Lord Blantyre 
Duke of Montrose 
Earl of Kin non I 
Duke of Argyll 
Ditto 

Sir Jjmea Colquhoun 

Duke of Montrose 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 








VI. 


SYNOD of PERTH and STIRLING. 
' 29 . Dunkeld Presbytery . 

Dunkeld & Dow. 1915 Alexander Niven ~ 

Little Dunkeld 2977 Robert Allan 
1915 David Duff 
2103 Hugh M‘Dougal 
2493 John Stewart 
986 Henry Henderson 
1617 Michael Stirling 
942'William M‘Ritchie 
3347jColin M‘Vean 
2348 William Innerarity 
3189' 

3°95 


Moulin 

Killin 

Blair in Athol 
Kinclaven 
Cargill 
Clunie 
Kenmore 
Caputh 
Fortingale 
Logierait 


Lethendie&Rinl. 823 

1057 


Rattrie 
Auchtergaven 

Kirkmichael 

Dull 

Weem 


2478 


Duke of Atholl 
Crown 

Duke of Atholl 
Earl of Breadalbane 
Duke of Atholl 
Richardson of Pitfour 
Crown (of Airly 
D.of Atholl&Ogilvie 
Earl of Breadalbane 
Crown 

D. of Atholl & Sir Neil 
Ditto (Menzies 
Crown 

Earl of Kinnoul 


1551 

4508 

1354 


| East 

■5 I West / 
£ Middle f 
1 St Paul’s j 
Methven 
Aberdalgie 
Collace 
Forgandenny 
St Martin’s 
Kinnoul 
St. Madoes 
Abernethy 
Arngafk 

Forteviot 


Robert McDonald 
Thomas Menzies 
Laurence Butter 
William Herdman 
C William Chalmers Crown 
\ lohn Burns, Asst. Ditto (canid 

Allan Steuart Farqulmsonof Inver- 

Archibald Menzies Crown 
James M'Diarmid Sir Neil Menzies 
30 . Perth Presbytery. 
fames Eifdale 


19,068 


2904 

49 ° 

691 

913 

1004 

2674 

331 

1701 

680 


797 


Scoon 

Errol 

Moneidy 

Dron 


2155 

2887 

1178 

5*3 


Samuel Kennedy 
William Thomson 
John Finlay 
Thomas Clark 
William Garvie 
J. Rogers 
fohn Willifon 
William Constable 
Lewis Dunbar 
Thomas Kennedy 
David Duncan 
William Lang 

R. J. Robertson 


Magistrates and 
Council 


William Aitken 
fames Grierfon 
James Somerville 
Alexander Ifdale 


Smyth of Methven 
Crown & E. Kinnoul ^ 
Crown 
Ditto 

Crown & E. Mansfield 
Eat 1 of Kinnoul c 
Richardson of Pitfour \ 
Earl of Mansfield a 

Low of Fordel 1 

( Un. of St. Andrews & 
X Belches of Invermay 
Earl of Mansfield 
Allen of Errol 
Lord Lynedock 
Ciown 







r" 


Dumbarney 

Kilfpindic 

Rhynd 

Tibbermore 

Redgorton 

Kinfauns 


49 


1164 John Anderson 
722 I 
426 . 

1634 

1589 1 

802 . 


Sir D. MoncrlefTe 
Robertson ,Tulebelton 
Earl of Wemyss 
Crown 

Earl of Mansfield 
Ditto 


Auchterarder 
MonivajrjJ & Str. 946 


Muckart 


Glendovan ' 

Blackford 

Maderty 

Fofsaway 

Comrie 

Crieff 

Monzie 

Gaik 

Muthill 

Foulis 

Dunning 

Trinity Gaik 


David Black 
J. Traquair 
Thomas Tayloi 
William Litton 
James M‘Laggan 
31. Auchterarder Presbytery. 

2870 Charles Stewart Earl of Kinnoul 
Colin Baxter Ditto and Crown 

C Andrew Gibfon Crown 
cThos. Nelson, A. Ditto 
John Brown Ditto 

John Clark Moray of Abercairny 

John Edward Tough Earl of Kinnoul 


704 


139 

1892 

7M 

1344 

2614 

4216 

1167 

522 

2862 


Stirling 


St. Ninians 

Gargunnock 

Clackmannan 


Peter Brydie 
Patrick M‘lfaac 
William Laing 
Samuel Cameron 
Thomas Young 
James Walker 
2224|Alexander Maxton 
1876 James Russel 
679, James Burgh 
32. Stirling Presbytery. 

1 f J. Marshall 1 

■J Archibald Bennie >The.Xown 

Christopher Greig 
Robert Buchanan 
Robert Moodie 


Grahams of Kinross 

Crown & E. Kinnoul 

Lady Gwydir 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Moray of Abercairny 
Earl of Kinnoul 
Ditto 


7314 


8274 

862 

4056 


Larbert&Dunip.4659'John Bonar 


Dollar 
Alloa 
Alva 
Airth 

Bothkennar 

Denny 


1295 Andrew Mylne 
5577!james Maxton 
1150 James Smith 
1900 John Macgachen 
895 John Caw 
3364 John Dempfter 


Dunblane 

Balquhidder 

Lecropt 

Aberfoyle 


33. Dunblane Presbytery. 


Parish (nock 

Edington of Gargun- 
Lord Dundas 
Crown 

Crawford Tait, Esq. 
Crown 

Johnstone of Alva 
Graham of Airth 
Ditto 
Crown 


313^" John Grierson 
12241 Alex. M‘Grigor 
513 Peter M‘Laven 
730 Patrick Graham 
E 


Crown 

Sir J. E. M. M'Grigor 
Stirling of Keir 
Duke of Montrose 










Kippen 

2029 

Kilmadock 

3150 

Tulliallan 

3558 

Logie 

2015 

Tillicoultry 

1163 

Callender 

2031 

Kincardine 

2388 

PortofAIenteith 1614 


50 

William Anderfon 
Patrick Murray 
Andrew Bullock 
Robert Clafon 
Henry Anderfon 
Peter Robertfon 
Alexander Gray 
Wm M‘Gr. Stirling 


Erskine of Cardross 
Lady Gwydir 
Lady Keith 
Earl of Dunmore 
Wardlaw of Tillicoul- 
Crown (try 

Lady Gwydir 
Erskine of Cardross 


Kirk aid y 

Ballingray 

Burntifland 

Auchterderran 

Portmoak 

Weems 

Auchtertool 

Kennoway 

Markinch 

Dyfart 

Kinghorn 

Leflie 

Scoonie 

Abbotlhali 

Kinglaflie 


Dunfermline 

Saline 

Kinrofs 

Inverkeithing 

Dalgety 

Cleifh 

Orwell 

Carnock 

Aberdour 

Culross 

Beath 

Torryburn 


VII. SYNOD of FIFE. 
34. Kirkcaldy Presbytery . 
445a John Martin 
287 James Greig 
2136 C. A. Watson 
i488 ( Anrirew Murray 
1354 Hugh Laird 
415 71 John Maclachlan 
536David Guild 
1649 Patrick Wright 
James Sievwright 


4661 

1658 

^443 

2200 

2042 

3267 

1027 


Crown 

Jobfon cf Lochore 
Crown 

Boswell of Balmuto 
Graham of Kinross 
City of Edinburgh 
Earl of Moray 
Crown 
Ditto 


f Peter Brother fton Earl of Rosslyn 
(_John Thomson Ditto 


Adam Paterfon 
James Nicol 
George Brewfter 
John Murray 


Lord Glam mis 
Earl of Rothes 
Crown 

Ferguson of Raith 


J, M. Cunnyngham Earl of Rothes 


35. Dunfermline Presbytery . 


13.681 

1123 

2563 


C Allan MT.ean 
C Peter Chalmers 
William Forfar 
G. Craig Buchanan 
2512 Andrew Robertfon 
912 ! John Scott 
564! William Dalling 
2529 James Wemyss 
113 61 

1489.William Bryce 

I 5 And. B. Duncan 
434 j cJohn Balfour 
7 291 James Ferguson 
J443iThomas Millar 


Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Grahams of Kinross 
Sir Robert Preston 
Earl of Moray , 
Young of Cle : sh 
Graham of Kinross 
Erskine of Carnock 
Earl of Morton 
Lady Keith 
Sir Robert Preston 
Eail of Moray 
Erskine of Carnock 








51 


36. Cupar Presbytery , 


Cupar 

Kettle 

Balmerino 

Dunboig 

Abdie 

Flifk 

Strathmiglo 

Creigh 

Monymeal 

Cults 

Coleflie 

Newburgh 

Kilmeny 

Auchtermuchty 

Logie 

Dairfie 

Moonzie 

Ceres 

Falkland 


5892 
2046 
9 6 S 


C L. Adamfon 
t John Birrell 
Peter Barclay 
Andrew Thomfon 


176 James Keyden 


834 

301 

1842 

394 

1227 

8J3 

1030 

2190 

731 


Laurence Miller 
John Fleming 
George Benner 
Alexander Lawfon 
Samuel Martin 
Thomas Gillespie 
David Ogilvie 
David Williamfon 
H.D, Cook 


Andrew Melville 
Alex. M‘Arthur 
Alexander Kidd 


St. Andrew’s 4899 

St. Leonards 
Anftruther Eaft. 
Anftruther Weft. 

Crail 

Pittenweem 
Kilrenny 
Leuchars 
Kemback 
Kilconquhar 
Kingfbarns 
Dcnino 
Carnbee 
Cameron 
Ferry 
Forgan 
Largo 
Newburn 
Ellie 

St. Monance 


2754 James Lifter 

440 

J89 
209 

2840 Jofeph Creighton 
2459 William Thomson 
37. St. Andrew's Presbytery . 

J Robert Haldane Crown 
C George Buift 
513 James Hunter 
1090 Robert Wilfon 
429 Andrew Carftairs 
1854 Andrew Bell 
1200 Charles M. Addie 
1494 James Brown 
1731 David Watfon 
634 James Macdonald 
2317 William Feme 
998 Geoige Wright 
343 James Roger 
1048 Anstruther Taylor 
1068 Thomas Adamfon 
1461 William D. Swan 
937 Alexander Maule 
2301 Robert Brown 
398 Thomas Laurie 
966 James Clerk 
912 Robert Swan 


Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Earl of Mansfield 
Lord Dundas 
Earl of Mansfield 
Grant of Congalton 
Earl of Leven 
U. Col. of St Andrew’s 
Johnston of Lathrisk 
Leys, & E. Mansfield 
U. Col. of St Andrew’s 
Bruce of Falkland 
Crown 

Anti-Patron. Society 
Lady M. Crawford 
Ditto 

Bruce of Falkland 


Town Council 
Crown 

Sir John Anstruther 
Ditto 

Lady M. Crawford 
Sir John Anstruther 
Ditto 
Crown 

Un. Col. St Andrew’s 
Earl of Balcarras 
Lady Mary Crawford 
Un. Col. St. Andrew’s 
Sir R. Anstruther 
Crown 
Ditto 
Ditto 

Durham of Largo 
Halkct of Lawhill 
Sir John Anstruther 
Crown 








52 


VIII. 


Dundee 


SYNOD of ANGUS and MEARNS. 
38. Dundee Presbytery » 
r Ar. M‘Lachlan ~) 

Pat. M‘Vicar | 

James Thomson [ 


30,575 


Inchture 


985 


> Alex. Peter 
David Murray 
^Charles Adie 
AlexanderDavie 
David Cannan 
465 ! John Spence 
William Maule 
Robert S. Walker 
George Winehouse 


^■Town Council 


Strath m.&Mains 1779 
Kinnaird 

Monikie 1325 

Longforgan 1544 

Auchterhouse 632 

LifF and Benvie 2621 George Addison 

Monyfieth 2107 William Johnston 

Abernyte 


Murroes 
Tealing 

Lundie & Foulis 


269 James Wilson 
629 John Currie 
725 George Tod 
809 T Raitt, T Irvine, A. 


Meigle 

Lintrathan 

Alyth 

C’upar-Angus 

Airly 

Bendorhy 

Kingoldrum 

Essie & Nevy 

Kettins 

Ruthven 

Glenisla 

Blairgowrie 

Newtyle 


39. Meigle Presbytery. 


Crown 

Ditto & Strathmartin 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ogilvie of Airly 

Lord Gray & Crov n 

Hon. William Maule 

Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Viscount Duncan 


847|James Mitchell 
941 George Loudon 
2569 William Ramsay 
2622 John Halket 


Robert Aikman 
> Thomas Bartie 
’ William Haldane 
. James Miller 
; David Symmers 
313 Patrick Bartie 
1144 James Martin 
2253 James Johnston 
796IJ. Moon 


981 

766 

517 

664 

1215 


Forfar 

Inverarity 

Kirriemuir 

Oathlaw 

Glammis 

Kinnettles 

Cortachie 


5897 

966 

5056 

405 

2009 

566 


40. Forfar Presbytery . 


Crown 

Ogilvie of Airly 

Crown 

Ditto 

Lord Glammis 

Crown 

Ditto 

Mr Mackenzie 
Crown 
Ditto 
Ditto 

M‘Pherson & Lindsay 
Mr Mackenzie 


William Ciugflon 
William Rankine 
Thomas Easton 
Lewis Littlejohn 
JamesLyon 
Robert Lunan 


990 William Ogilvy 


Town of Forfar 
Fotheringh.ofFowrie 
Lord Douglas 
Eail of Aboyne 
Lord Glammis 
Crown 

Ogilvie of Airly 











Rescobie 

Aberlemno 

Dunnichen 

Tannadice 


Aberbrothock 

Carmylie 

Barry 

Lunan 

Panbride 

Kirkden 

Guthrie 

St. Vigeans 

Kinnell 

Inverkeilor 

Arbirlot 


Brechin 

Montrose 

Maryton 

Fern 

Menmuir 

Lethnot 

Strickathrow 

Edzel 

Lochlee 

Farnwell 

Dun 

Carraldstone 

Craig 

Logie-Pert 

Fordoun 

Fettercairn 

Kinneff 

Marykirk 

Arbuthnot 

Dunnottar 

Bervie 


53 


Lord Glammis 
Crown and Smyth of 
Crown (Methven 
NewCol. St Andrew’s 


874 William Rogers 
l04cUames Mitchell 
1433 James Headrick 
137s [John Buist 
41. Aberbrothock Presbytery . 
o 1 ^ George Glegg Crown 
15972 l Tho. Doig, Asst. Kirk Session 
1073 William Robertlon 
1357 John Kirk 
306 Robert Barclay 
1275 David Trail 
813 David Carruthers 
555 John Bruce 
5583 John Muir 
732 George Walker 
1785!Alexander Carnegie Ditto 
1062 Richard Watson Ditto 

42. Brechin Presbytery. 

J James Burns Crown 

l George Whitson Ditto 
C Robert Smith 
^ Joseph Paterson 
Andrew Ferguson 
David Harris 
William Cron 


Crown 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Guthrie of Guthrie 

Crown 

Ditto 


5 9° 6 


10,338 

476 

411 

889 

538 

580 

1043 

57 ^ 

599 

605 

240 

1545 

1012 


Ditto 

Town Council 
Crown 
Ditto 

Erskine of Balhall 
Alexander Symmers Crown 
Robert Hannah Crown &E.ofKintore 


Andrew Hutton 
David Inglis 
James Wilson 
John Adie 
David Lyell 
James Brewster 
Thomas Hill 


Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Countess of Cassi’is 
Skene of Skene 
Col. of St. Andrew's 
Crown and Ditto 


43. Fordoun Presbytery . 


3375 

1572 

1036 

1839 

928 

1797 

1092 


James Leslie Crown 

Alexander White Ditto 
Pat. Stewart, A. Stewart, a si.sue .— Ditte 
James Shand Crombie of Phesdo 

James Milne Viscount Arbuthnot 

John Glennie Crown 

John Glcgs Ditto 

E 3 







Newdeer 

Rathen 

Longside 

St Fergus 

Crimond 

Strichen 

Lonmay 

Fraserburgh 

Tyrie 

Peterhead 

Aberdour 

Pitsligo 

Turriff 

Monquhitter 

Garnery 

Forgue 

Alva 

Fyvie 

Forglen 

King Edward 

Drumblade 

Inver keithnie 

Auchterless 

Fordyce 

Banff 

Cullen 

Deskford 

Rathven 

Boyndie 

Ordequhill 


Huntly 
Botriphnie 
Rothiemay 
Keith 
Mortlath 
Cairnie 
Grange 


32 r1[Hugh Taylor 
1926 William Cock 
2357 William Greig 
* 356 James Anderson 
900 William Boyd 
1968 Alexander S mpson 
1589 Charles Gibbon 
2831 John Cumming 
1584 G. Alex. Simpson 
6313.William Donald 
1495 George Gardiner 
1345(Alexander Farquhar Crown 
50 . Turriff Presbytery. 

2406'James Cruickshank Earl of Fife 
1918 Alexander Johnston Ditto 
37i6|Thomas Wilson Garden of Troup 
2000 Alexander Allardyce Morison of Bognie 


Crown 
Lord Saltoun 
Crown 
Ditto 

Earl of Fife 
Strichen 

Gordon of Buthlaw 
Lord Saltoun 
Ditto 
Crown 

Dingwall of Brucklay 


1079 James Sangster 
3002 John Falconer 


75 o 
1822 

871 
5 77 
1538 


Laurence Moyse 
William Findlay 
Robert Brown 
James Milne 
George Dingwall 


51 . Fordyce Presbytery. 


Sir G. Abercrombie 
Gordon of Fyvie 
Sir G. Abercrombie 
Crown 

Earl of Kintore 

Auchintoul 

Hatton 


Alex. Humphry 
F. W. Grant 
George Innes 
Walter Chalmers 
James Gardiner 
Alexander Milne 
John Innes 


3*45 

3835 
1451 
693 
5364 

1290 

j—- — 

X. SYNOD OF MORAY 


Earl of Seafield 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 

Hay of Rannes 
Earl of Seafield 
Ditto 


52 . Stratkbogie Presbytery. 


3349 

57 * 

ii 54 

3926 

2044 

1854 

1482 


6 * 
Rhynie and Essie 776 


James Walker 
Alexander Angus 

James Thomson 
Morris Forsyth 
William Cowie 
William Duff 
William Allardyce 


Duke of Gordon 

Earl of Fife 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Crown 

D.ofGordon, E.cf Fife 
Earl of Fife 
Ditto 







57 


Glass 

888 John Cruickshank 

Duke of Gordon 

Marnoch 

2210 William Scronach 

Earl of Fife 

Bellie 

2235 William Rennie 

Duke of Gordon 

Gartly 

979 

John Robertson 

Ditto 


53 . 

Abernethy Presbytery . 

Abernethy 

1968 

Donald Maitin 

Earl of Seafield 

b Kingussie 

2CC4 

George Shepherd 

Duke of Gordon 

Kirkmichael 

1570 

Alexander Tulloch 

Earl of Seafield 

Alvie 

961 

John Macdonald 

Duke of Gordon 

Cromdale 

2897 

Gregor Grant 

Earl of Seafield 

Duthil 

1739 

William Grant 

Ditto 


54 . Aberlour Presbytery. 

Aberlour 

1059 

Alexander Wilson 

Earl of Fife 

Boharm 

1206 

Lewis G. Forbes 

Earl of Fife & Cr< 

Rothes 

1642 

George Cruickshank Earl of Seafield 

c Inveraven 

2481 

William Grant 

Ditto 

P Knockando 

14x4 

William Asher 

Ditto 


55. Elgin Presbytery. 


Elgin 

St. Andrews 
DufFus 
Alves 
Birnie 

New Spynie 
Speymouth 
Drainie 
Urquhart 


5308 

934 

1950 

947 

384 

996 

1401 

1060 

1003 


C William Gordon 
C Alex. Walker 
William Leslie 
John Gordon 
Duncan Grant 
James Paterfon 
Thomas Caiman 
James Gilh.n 
Richard Rofe 
James M‘I.ean 


Crown 

Ditto 

Spynie,&E. of Moray 
Sir Archibald Dunbar 
Earl of Moray 
Ditto 

Carnegie of Spynie 
E.of Moray & Altyre 
A1 tyre 
Earl of Fife 


Forres 

3540 

Kinloss 

1071 

Rafford 

970 

Edinkillie 

1233 

Dollas 

1015 

Dyke and Moy 

1460 


Nairn 
Auldearn 
Ardclach 
Jjj Calder 
Ardersier 
Croy 


56. Forres Presbytery. 

Thomas Hoyes Earl of Moray 
William Rcbertfon E.of Moray & Lethen 
George Mackay Burgie and Lethen 
Thomas Macfarlane Earl of Moray 
William Tulloch Cumming of Altyre 
Mark Atkins Crown&GrantofMoy 

57. Nairn Presbytery* 


3228,James Grant 
15213jWilliam Barclay 
i287|Hugh Macbean 
U2ojAlex2nder Grant 
i387;Prycc Campbell 
15381 A. Campbell 


Brodie 
Ditto 
Lethen 
Lord Cawdor 
Ditto 

Ditto and Kilravock 










Inverness 

Petty 

Dores 

Daviot 

Kiltarlity 

Moy 

Kirkhill 


58 

5 8. Inverness Presbytery- 
( Thomas Fraser Crown 
12,264 < Alexander Rose 
C Alexander Clark 
1758 William Smith 
1573 David Fraser 
1750 James Macphail 
2429 Colin Fraser 
1332 James Maclachlan 
1572 Donald Fraser 


Frafer of Lovat 
Crown 

Earl of Moray 
Lord Cawdor 
Crown & Ditto 
Fraser of Lovat 
M'Intoih of Gcddes 
Frafer of Lovat 


Rofemarkie 

Kilmuir-wefler 

Kirkmichael 

Cromarty 

Avoch 

Kilearnan 

Tain 

Fearn 

Kilmuir-eafter 

Kincardine 

Logie-eafter 

Nigg 

Eddertoun 

Tarbet 

Rosskeen 

Dingwall 

Urray 

Fodderty 

Contin 

Urquhart 

Kilmorack 

Kiltearn 

Alnefs 


XI. SYNOD OF ROSS. 

59 Chanonry Presbytery. 


1571 

*973 

1201 

2649 

1821 

I37i 


Alexander Wood Crown 
Roderick Mackenzie M‘KenzieofCromaity 


M k Kenzie ol Newhall 
Crown 

Sir J. W. M'Kenzie 
Mackenzie, Cromaity 


Donald Sage 
Alex. Stewait 
James Smith 
John Kennedy 
60 . Tain Presbytery , 

2861 Angus M‘.lntoIh 
1654 Hugh Rofs 
1381 Charles Matthefon 
1811 Hector Allen 
813 Neil Kennedy 
X436.Lewis Rose v/iuwu 

915'Alexander Cameron Mackenzie,Cromarty 
l625jWilliam Forbes Cr.&M‘Kenzie,Newh 
258 i|D. Carment M‘Kenzie, Cromarty 

61 . Dingwall Presbytery. 

2031 Hedtor Bethune Crown (marty 

2731 Donald Macdonald Mackenzie of Cro- 


M‘Kenzie, Cromarty 
Crown 

► Mackenzie,Cromarty 
Crown 


1952 

1930 

2822 

2862 

*454 

1270 


C. J. Bayne 
— Downie 
John Macdonald 
Simon Frafer 
Thomas Monro 
Alexander Flyter 


Ditto 

Crown 

Forbes of Culloden 
Fraser of Lovat 
Crown 

M‘Kenzie, Cromarty 


XII. SYNOD of SUTHERLAND and CAITHNESS. 

62. Dornoch Presbytery. 

Dornoch 3loclAngus Kennedy Countess Sutherland 

Rogart i986|John Mackenzie Ditto 


■■nil 








» 


59 


Lairg 

1094 

Dune. M‘Gi!livray' 

) 

Golfpic 

1036 

Al. Macpherson j 

- Countess Sutherland 

Loth 

2008 

Donald Ross ' 

\ 

Criech 

*35 4 

Murdoch Cameron 

Ditto and Crown 

Kildonan 

565 

James Campbell 

Countess Sutherland 

Aflynt 

2803 

Charles Gordon 

Ditto 

' Clyne 

1874 

Hugh M'Kenzie 

Ditto 

V 

63 . Tongue Presbytery . 

Tongue 

l736|William McKenzie 

Crown 

Durnefs 

1004'William Findlater 

Ditto 

Farr 

1994 David Mackenzie 

Countess Sutherland 

Edrachilles 

1229 John Mackenzie 

Ct own 


Latheron 

Rcay 

Bower 

Cannifby 

Dunnet 

Thurfo 

Watten 

Olrig 

Wick 

Halkirk 


Inverary 


64 . Caithness Presbytery . 


6575 


3815 

i486 
2128 
1636 
4045 
1158 
1093 
6713 


2214 


George Davidson 
David M Kay 
William Smith 
William Milne 
Thomas Joll e 
William Macintofli 
Alexander Gunn 


North Knapdale 2654 
South Knapdale 1913 


Sir James Colquhonn 
Crown 

Sir James Colquhoun 
Sinclair of Freswick 
Sir James Colquhoun 
Sir John Sinclair 
Sir James Colquhoun 
| William Mackenzie Ditto 
Robert Phin Sir Benjamin Dunbar 

2646 John Munro Sir James Colquhoun 

XIII. SYNOD OF ARGYLL. 

65 . Inverary Presbytery . 

'James M‘Gibbon Duke of Argyll 
Paul Frafer Ditto 

_ Angus M‘Lean,^.Ditto 


Craignifh 
Kilmichael 
Kilmartin 

Dunoon 

Kilmodan 

Kilfinnan 

Lochgoilhead 

Strachur 

Roth fay 

Kingarth 

Inverchoalan 


901 

4583 


Crown 

Ditto 

Duke of Agryll (illan 
Campbell of Auehin- 
Duke of Argyll 


Colin Campbell 
Duncan Rankine 
Francis Stewart 
Dugald Campbell 
1452 Hugh Dewar 
66 . Dunoon Presbytery. 

2l77iJohn Campbell Duke of Argyll 

73l|Donald Campbell Ditto 

1839 Donald M‘Nicol Lamont of Lamont 

1130 Donald M'GUlivray Callander of Ardkinlas 

Do. & Maclachlan of 
James Denoon (Maclachlan 


1204 

5709 


65 i 


890 Joseph Stuart 


Hugh M'Tavifli 


^ Marquis of Bute 











60 


Southend 

Killean 

Ki leal monel 

Kilbride 

Kilmorie 

Gigha and Cara 

Kildakon 


Campbelton 

Jura & Colonsay 2168 
Saddel&Skipness 2191 


Kilchoman 

Killarrow 


Kilbrandon 
Kilchrenan 
Ardchattan 
Kilninver 
Glenorchy 
JLifTmore 
Kilmore and 
Kilbride 


67 . Kintyre Presbytery , 

2004|Donald Kelly 

3 ^ob'Donald Macdonald C Duke of Argyll 
3578 John M‘Arthur j 
2714 Allan M'Naughton Duke of Hamilton 
3827 Angus M‘ Mill an Ditto 

573 Malcolm Macdonald Duke of Argyll 
2427 Arch. M*Tavish Crown 

/ f Donald Smith 

9 ° 10 t John Macdougall / ~ f A „ 
Alex. Kennedy ° V Duke of Argyll 

H. M*Laurin j 

Crown 

James Macintofli Ditto 

68. Lorn Presbytery. 


3966 

577s 


2644 

1071 

2494 

1086 

1936 

4103 


Alexander Beith 
William Frazer 
Hugh Fraser 
Donald Campbell 
|ohn M*Kellar 
John Stewart 


► 275° 


Tiree & Coll 

Torofay 

Morven 

Ardnamurchan 

Kilfinichen 

Kilninian 


Patrick M‘ In tyre 
69 * Mull Presbytery 


Duke of Argyll 
Ditto 

Campbell of Lochntil 
Argyll & Breadalbane 
Ditto 

Duke of Argyll 
Ditto 


5445 Niei Maclean 
2288 Alexander Frafer 
1995 John Macleod 
5422 J. Patience 
3967^003^ Campbell 
4357lDonald M‘Arthur 


Duke of Argyll 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 


XIV. SYNOD OF GLENELG. 


Urquhart 

Kilmanivaig 

Laggan 

Kilmallie 

Bollelkine 


70. Abertarph Presbytery. 


2822 

2842 

1234 

5527 

2096 


James D. Smith 


M. Mack ay 
Duncan Mdntyre 
William Frafer 


Gairloch 

Lochcarron 

Kintail 


71. Lochcarron Presbytery. 


Earl of Seafitld 
Disputed 
Ditto 
Lochiel 
Fraser of Lovat 


4518 

1932 

1027 


James RufTell 
John Mackenzie 
James Morifon 


^ Crown 









Glenflnel 

Lochbroom 

Glenelg 

Applecrofs 

Lochallh 


61 

768jJohn Macrae 
455 c |Thomas Rofs 
2807 Colin M‘Iver 
2793 John M‘Queen 
2492 Hector Maclean 
Holm 


r" 


Deernefs 


79. Sky Presbytery. 

[Crown, Patron.] 

Kilmuir 3387 R. M‘Gregor 
Strath 2619 J. Macinnon 
Snizort 2789 Mai. Macleod Stromnefs 
Small Ifles 1620 Don Maclean 
Portree 3174 Coll Macdonald 
Sleat 2608 A. M‘Iver 
[Macleod of Macleod, Patron.] 

Duirnilh 4147 James Soutter 
Bracadale 2103 Rod. M'Leod 
73 . Uist Presbytery. 

[Crown, Pation.] 

South Uift 6038 George Monro 
Barra 2303 Al. Nicholfon 
North Uift 4971 F. Macrae 
[Macleod of Harris, Patron.] 

Harris 3909 Alex. Bethune 
74 . Lewis Presbytery. 

[Crown, Patron.] 

Uig 2875 Alex. M‘Leod 

Stornoway 4119 John Cameron 
Barvas 2568 Wm. Macrae 
Lochs 2669 Alex. Simpson 


XV. SYNOD of ORKNEY. 
75 . Kirkwall Presbytery. 
[The Parish, Patron. 
Kirkwall & ,fW. Logie 
St. Ola • 5240 t jol.nDun 
[LordDunda9, Patron,] 
Evie 1408 J.Duguid 
Ronaldfay 2231 John Gerard 


Crown 

M Kenzie, Cromarty 
Grant of Waternish 
Crown 
Ditto 

773 Andrew Smith 
1558 James Smellie 
76 . Cairs ton Presbytery . 
[Lord Dundas, Patron.] 

8874 Wm.Cloufton 
Grtsmfay 508 G. Hamilton 
Orphir 906 Francis Liddle 
Birfay 2245 A. Anderfon 
Firth 1141 Wm. Malcolm 
Heddell of Mellsetter, Patron.] 
Walls 949 Jas. Brcmner 
7 . 7 . North Isles Presbytery. 
[Lord Dundas, Patron.] 
Shapinfhay 779 John Barry 
Weftray 1947 John Armit 
R.oufay 1151 James Paterfon 
Stronfay 1686 John Simpson 
Crofs 1400 Wm. Grant 
Lady Parifti 880 Walter Traill 
78 . Zetland Presbytery. 
[Lord Dunda9, Patron.] 
Walls 1991 Dav. Thomfon 
Unft 2598 James Ingram 
Dunroflnefs 3798 Tho. Barclay 
Netting 2005 John Inches 
Delting 1818 John Paton 
Yell 1729 John Finlayfon 
Tingwall 2309 John Turnbull 
Fetlar 1586 CharlesCowan 
Brefiay 1585 Geo. Marshall 
N. Maving2264 Wm. Waifon 
Lerwick 2578 John Menzies 
Sandfting 1884 John Bryden 


[In the Established. Church of Scotland there are 15 Synods , 78 
Presbyteries , and 877 Parishes.—The Population of Scotland , 
according to the Returns made in 1821 , is 2 , 093 , 456 .] 

F 









62 


Bengal 


Established Abroad. 

$ James Bryce 


Calcutta 


1814 j Madras Fort St George 


. Bombay 


4 James Brown 
J Alex. Webster 
X George James Laurie 
J James Clow 
4 Joseph Lawrie 


CHAPELS of EASE in the 
Edinburgh Presbytery. 

L. Glenorchy’s, T. S. Jones 
St. Cuthbert’s, Patrick Clafon 
Hope Park, J. Forbes 
Stockbridge, Jas Henderson 
Canongate, John dark 
Leith Wynd, Wm Simpson 

Gaelic, Dun. M*Caig 

Leith, Jo. Colquhoun 

Portobello, John Glen 
Dunfermline Presbytery. 
Dunfermline, G B Brand 
Aucktera* der Presbytery. 
Avdoch, Jo. M‘Farlane 

Dunblane Presbytery. 
Thornhill, John Sommers 

Gartmore, Alex. Leitch 

Perth Presbytery . 

Perth (Gaelic) D. M‘Farlane 
Abernethy Presbytery. 
Granton Vacant 

Lorn Presbytery. 

Oban Vacant 

Chanonry Presbytery. 
Cromarty (Gael.) Alex. M‘Leod 
Dundee Presbytery 
Dun.StAndrew’s,Gavin Parker 
Chapelihade, Wm Johnstone 

Gaelic, C. Macalister 

Aberbrothock Presbytery. 
Abeibrothock, Vacant 

Jedbu rgh Presbytery. 
Caerlanrigg, Gavv. Turnbul 


CHURCH of SCOTLAND. 

Ayr Presbytery. 
Catrine James Currie 


Aberdeen Presbytery , 
College, Aber. Gordon 

Footdee St Cle-x T , t 

jJohnlhomfon 
ments / 


Belmont-street ?'\ c f 

L-Wm. Leith, A, 


Gilcomston, James Kidd 

Trinity, David Simpson 

Union, William Lyon 

Gaelic, H. M’Kenzie 

Deer Presbytery. 

New Pitsligo John Sharp 

Fordyce Presbytery. 
Enzie James Leslie 

Portsoy D.Ctuickshank 

Inverness Presbytery. 
Inverness, Rob. Findlater 

Glasgow Presbytery. 
Cannon Street J. M‘Leod 
St John's, Jos. Somerville 

St George’s, Peter Napier 

Gaelic, John M‘Lanrin 

Do. New, Robert Clark 

Calton, IVatt. Graham 

Hope St. < Gael.) Alex Beith 
Mary-Hill R. M. Wilson 

Anderston, D. Macfarbne 

Gorbals, K. M Kenzie 

Shettlestown, J. J. Macfariane 

Chrystone James Young 








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Lanark Presbytery 
Lcadhills, Tho. Anderson 

Paisley Presbytery . 

Gaelic, Walter Blair 

Johnstone, Alex. Teller 

Port-Glasgow, John Parker 
Gieenock (Gacl.)Ang. Macbean 


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Do. Blackhall St. Nath. Morren 
Hamilton Presbytery. 
Airdrie, J Finlayfon 

Dunoon Presbytery. 
Rothsay, David Fraser 

Penpont Presbytery. 
Wanlockhtad, — Swan 


In England in Connexion with the Church of Scotland. 


Presbytery of London. 
London Wall Wm Manuel 
St Vincent-st. J. Crombie 
Woolwich John Blythe 
Swallow-st. 

Hatton Garden Edward Irving 
North - West of England Presb. 
Workington John Selkirk 
James Lawrie 
Walter Fairlie 
William Rintoul 
James Paton 
^Andrew Wilson 


Brampton 

Whitehaven 

Maryport 

Longtown 

Liverpool 


Old Northumberland Presbytery. 
Alnwick William Goldie 


Lowick 

Etal 

Glanton 


Israel Craig 
David Atken 
— Kirkton 


Bavington Alex. Trotter 
Haltwhistle James Stevenson 
Bewcastle — Lauder 
Liverpool, Old 1 „ . , 

ham street j Hugh Ralph 
Birmingham J. G. Crosbie 
Presbytery of Newcastle . 
f Silver-st. W. B. Smith 
P. | Blackett-st. John Smellie 
« j High Bridge Robert Fergu 9 
£ j Wallknoll And. Robson 
Gateshead H. Murray 
LGioat Mkt. D. M‘Indoe 
North Shields C. Thomson 
South Shields Chas Toshach 
Sunderland Jo. Livingston 
Monk wenrmouth John Wood 
Seaton Sluice William Leitch 
New Northumberland Pres . 


Ministers not yet formed into 
any Presbytery. 

Berwick upon Tweed » 

Low Meeting John Crambe 
High Meeting James R. Brown 
Tweedmouth James Lawrie 

Northumberland , &c. 
Hexham Ja. Richardson 

Falstone John Gray 
Longframlington A. Richardson 
Wigan Wm. Dinwoodie 

Wark — Slate 


Warenford 

Belford 

Thropton 

Stamfordham 

Branton 

Harbottle 

Widdrington 

Wooler 

Morpeth 

Felton 

Spital 

Crookham 

Alnwick 


A. Hutchison 
Marcus Dodds 
George Gibb 
James Bryce 
N. Blythe 
James Paterson 
Daniel Hunter 
James Mitchell 
George Atkin 
Alex. Hoy 
— Whitehouse 
Thomas Hall 
Joseph Rate 









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In Ireland in Connexion with the Church of Scotland. 
Dublin James Carlisle 


In Connexion with the Church of Scotland Abroad . 


Canadas 


Nova Scotia 


f Quebec 

Montreal 

Lochiel 

Williamston 

Kingston 

Cornwall 

Merchantown 

, Halifax 


Pictou 


New Brunswick 5 |°^, n S , 

l St Andrew s 

New South Wales Sydney 
Ditto Portland Head 

India Bombay 

Jamaica Kingston 

Demarara Georgetown 

Ditto Ditto 

Bermuda 


James Harkness 
f James Sommerville 
J Henry Esson 

1 Edward Black 
C.John Burns 

John MLaurin 
John M‘Kenzie 

Plarry Leith 
Archibald Connal 
CEbenezer Renny 
s John Martin 

f Donald A. Fraser 
< Hugh M'Leod 
C Kenneth Mackenzie 
j George Burns 
2 Alexander MacLean 
John D. Laing 
John M‘Garvie 
John Stevenson 
James Wordie 
C Archibald Brown 

2 iEneas Gunn 
Francis Dickson 


Ministers of the Church of Scotland on the Dutch Establishment. 


Amsterdam 

Dordregt 


C Alex Mackintosh 
2 A. B. Mackey 
James Morgan 


Rotterdam 


JWm Macphail 
2 James Anderson 
Middleburg — Morrison 


MISSIONARIES employed by the COMMITTEE for 
managing the ROYAL BOUNTY. 


Abertarpk Presbytery. 

Fort Augustus Jo. Macintyre 
Glcnmoriston 

Ardgour, &c. James Stewart 
Glengary D. Macdonald 


Lochaber, &c. Donald Leitch 

Aberlour Presbytery. 
Glenrinnes Alex. Falconer 

Glenlivet Francis Walker 


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Caithness Prtsbylcrif . 
Halkiik, &c. Finlay Cook 

D unhid Presbytery. 
Rannoch Ja. Fergusson 

Amnlree Dune. B.Forbes 

Grandtully Alex Campbell 

Dingwall Presbytery. 
Contine A. M'Donald 

Dingwall Inverness Presb. 
Strathglass James Nicol 

Elgin Presbytery. 
Pluscardine Ja. Thomson 

Burghead — Waters 

Forjar Presbytery. 

Clova, &c. WilliamOgilvy 

Inver ary Presbytery. 
We st Sho,e°f? Akx Macnab 
Lochnne y 
Inverary Kintyre Presb. 
Tarbert, &c. Alex. Cameron 

Kincardine O'Neil Presb. 
Braemar, &c. P. Drummond 

Tullich, &c. — Cameron 

Kincardine O'N.fy Alford Presb. 
Corgarf Wm Forbes 


Lewis Presbytery. 
CarJowry Alex Simpson 

Lochcarron Presbytery. 
Kishorn, &c. Rod. M‘Rae 

Knoydart 

Lorn Presbytery. 

Glenco, &c. DM'Naughton 

Lorn and Mull Presbytery. 
Strontian Al. Anderson 

Mull Presbytery. 

Arisaig, &c. D. Maccallum 

Ulva, &c. 

Kintraa, &c. Ken.M‘Kenzie 

Salen, &c. Alex. Ferguson 

Sky Presbytery. 
Vaternish Rod. Reid 

Lyndale, &c. Col. M'Kenzie 

Eynort John Nicolson 

Rum, &c. Alex Macleod 

Tain and Dornoch Presbytery. 
Kincardine, &c. W Robertson 
Uist Presbytery. 

Elarris John Bethune 

Benbccula, &c. Dun. Maclean 

Sanday, &c. WmMacqucen 


MISSIONARIES employed by the SOCIETY FOR 
PROPAGATING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. 


Presbytery . 
Abertarph 
Caithness 
Dunkeld 


Tongue 

Lochcarron 

Turriff 

Uist 


Parish . 
Kilmaillie 
Latheion 
Kenmore 
Fortingale 
Killin 
Duirness 
Loclibroom 
King Edward 
South Uist 


Station. 
Fort William 
Berriedale 
Lochtayside 
Glenlyon 
Strathfillan 
Eriboll 
Ullapool 
Newby th 
St Kilda 


Name. 

C.John Eayne 
A. Cook 
Colin Hunter 
John M‘Alister 
Alex. M l Dougai 

Alex. Ross 
Gilbert Brown 


REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD .—[3 Prelbyteries.] 
North Eastern Reformed Presb. ILoanhead W Anderson 

Edinburgh William G©old|Chirnfide P Macindoe 


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Kelfo Stewart Bates 

Dunfermline Vacant 

Strathmiglo Vacant 

Petth& Dundee Vacant 


Stirling 
Lautifton 
Airdrie 
Wishawtown 
Douglas 


Vacant 
Hugh Young 


[Crooked Holm 
Darvel 

| New Cumnock 
Eaglesham 


Adam Brown 
A M Rogcrson 
Vacant 
Vacant 


Southern Reformed Fresh. 
Penpont Tho Rowatt 

Thos Halliday i Newton Stewart James Reid 

Arch Maflon ; Whithorn Vacant 

John Milwaine Daily&Colmonell John Weft 
Western Reformed Presb. Stranraer WmSymington 

Glafgow D Armftrong Urr John Oshurn 

Kilmalcolm W. Maclachiau Quarrelwood John Jeffray 
Lorn Vacant IForeftaud Elk -1 

Paifley Prof. A Symington I dale Muir £ 


• Vacant 


The UNITED ASSOCIATE STNOD of the SECESSION 
CHURCH — [19 Presbyteries ] 

Moderator —Rev. Robert Mutter, Duke Street, Glasgow. 
Synod Clerk —Rev. William Ividston. 

Professors of Divinity , 

Rev. John Dick, d.d., and Rev. John Mitchell, d. d , Glasgow, 
Divinity Hall opens at Glasgow, 1 st Wednesday of August. 


1 . Edinburgh, 
f Brought on James Hall 
” 5 * | Nicolsonft J Jamiefon 
o j Bristo St. James Peddie 
j Portsbro' And. Lothian 
^ J PotlerroivJavnc? Ritchie 
v (_Rose St. John Brown, jun. 
^ f Kirkgate Va ca n t 

•< St Andrew John Smart, jun 
►5 C Bridge St. James Harper 
Portobello Wm.C. Arneil 
Mufielburgh Alexander Black 
Dalkeith, 1 con.Thomas Biown 
2 con.Robert Buchanan 
Ford Andrew Elliot 

Dunbar, 1 con^Alexander Jack 
2 con. Andrew Bayne 
Weft Linton Robert Rcnwick I 
Eaft Linton H. Jamiefon | 
Tranent Wm Parlane 


Haddington(l)Benoni Black 
2 con. William Hogg 
Mid-Calder Alex. Duncan 

Eaft Calder Altx. La.vrie 

North Berwick George Brown 
Pennyceick Patrick Comrie 
John Belfrage 
Wm. M‘Ewan 
George Sandy 
D. Carruthers 
James Keith 


Slate ford 
How'gate 
Gorebridge 
Queensfcrry 
Fala 


Peebles, 1 stcon.Thomas Adam 
2 d con.D. Stalker 


Bathgate 

Kirkwall 

Stronfay 

Stromncfs 

Holme 

(Sanda 

S. Ronaldsha 


Robert Morrifon 
Robert Paterson 
James Mudie 
Andrew Wyllie 
Thomas Christie 
John Crew ford 
Vaca'nt 













Westray George Reid 
2 . Coldstream. 

Norham Thomas Young 

Coldftream Adam Thom for? 
Kelso Robert Hall 

Dunfe, 1 con. J. jVTGilchtist 
2 con. John Thomson 
Horndean William Lee 
Berwick, 1 con. Robert Baimer 
2 d con. William Young 
Ayton, 1 con. David Ure 
2 d con. James Stalk 
N. Sunderland George Dickfon 
Coldingham Rob Mac'aurin 
James Robertfon 
Walter Hume 
David Inglis 
Robert Cranston 
David M. Inglis 
Wilharn Maclay 
John Thomfon 
David Paterfon 
3. Selkirk. 

William Lourie 
Andrew Lawson 
Jedburgh,lcoo.William Nicol 
2 con. James Clark 
. Hawick, 1 con. Andrew Rodgie 
con. James Henderfon 


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Whitehaven 
Langholm 
Lockerby 
Maryport 
Great Salkeld\^ 

& Plumpton/ 

Kendal Alex. Marshall 

Halfmorton Vacant 
5 . Newcastle. 
Newcaflle, 1 c. William Syme 
J. Smith 


• Wooler 
Yetholm 
Greenlaw 
Morebattle 
Stockbridge 
.^t’tchel 
;»Bedford 
, Alnwick 

, Lander 
, Selkirk 


, Stow 
j Midholm 
, Galafhiels 
Earlfton 
. Lilliesleaf 
Newtown 
, Melrose 


Robert Hay 
James Inglis 
J. Henderson 
William Lauder 
Patrick Bradley 
Wm Rutherford 
Tho. Williamson 


4 . Annan and Carlisle. 


Penrith 
Liddifdale 
.Ecclefechan 
Car lifle 
Annan 


Henry Thomfon 
John Law 
George Johnston 
Richard Hunter 
James Dobbie 


Robert Hogg 
John Dobbie 
Vacant 

Hugh Milvain 
jVacant 


2 con - \ 'A. D. Gillort 
3d con. James Pringle 

c o ci • u V T.Thorburn 
South Shields < J T 

C Henry Lawson 

North Shields Thomas Gilmour 
Sunderland, 1 c. Vacant 

2 con. David Duncan 
Bellingham Alex. Brown 
Whitby George Young 

N. Middleton Walter Bell 
Waiisend Robert Neil 
Blyth Vacant 

6. London. 

C Well's St. Alex. Waugh 
< Oxen d on S. Wm Broadfoot 
C Moor F. James Gray 
Manchefter Robert Jack 
Liverpool John Stewart 
Ramsbottom George Brown 
Dukensfielil John Ranuay 

7 . Glasgow. 

f Grey Friars John Dick 

I - j no \Wm Kidston 
CampieUS Erash 

Anderston John Mitchell 
jj? <j Duke St. Robert Mutter 
g R gent P. Hugh Heugh 
Lauriston John Campbell 
MelvilleS Alex. O. Beattie 
EglintonSt. J. Johnston 










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Paisley, 1 con. William Perrier 

2 con. William Smart 

3 con. Archibald Baird 

Eagle (bam James Dickfon 
Cumbernauld James Boucher 
Largs Daniel M‘Lean 

Balfron Vacant 

Port Glafgow David Tnglis 
Kirkintilloch Andrew Marfnall 
Greenock, 1 c. William Wilson 
2 con. George Barclay 
Hamilton ,1 c. John Moncrieff 
2 con. Tho. Struthers 
Pollockftiaws James Pringle 


J. Clapperton 
Samtiel Macnab 
Hugh Stirling 
Andrew Perrier 
James M‘Ewan 
Geo. Sommei ville 
Hugh Crichton 
Lochwinnoch John Shoolbraid 
Barrhead James Tait 

Vacant 
John Skinner 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Stirling and Falktt k. 

„ . f John Smart 

Stn-hng i David Stewart 
2 d con.' James Gilfillan 
Falkirk, 1 con. Henry Bclfrage 
2d eon, William Steel 
Denny J. Ilarrower 

Denny-loanhead James Stark 
Dumb!ane,l c.John Wallace 
2d con. J. Anderfon 

2d con. William Frafer 


Johnfton 

Rothfay 

Mearns 

Newarthill 

Strathaven 

Airdrie 

Kilpatrick 


Dumbarton 
Par tick 
Rutherglen 
Dunoon 
Towart 
Strachur 
8 . 


Poune John M'Kerrow 

Kincardine Wm. Moncrieff 
Holm of Balfron Jas Thomfon 


Buchlyvie 
Tiilycoultry 
Linlithgow 

2d con. 
Bo’nefs 
Airth 

Avon bridge 
Drymen 


John Young 
Robert Allan 
David Watfon 
John Miller 
Arch. Harper 
James Somerville 
John Craig 
John Blair 


Greenloaning Rob. Meiklejohn 


Bathgate Vacant 

9 . Kilmarnock, 
Fenwick James Dewar 

Cumnock Robert Brown 

Dairy George Rulfel 

Ayr William Shaw 

Stewarton Vacant 

Mauchline John Walker 

Galfton James Blackwood 

Tarbolton John Campbell 

Saltcoats,! con.James Elies 

2con.David Ronald 
Irvine A. Campbell 

Kilmarnock (1) George Lawfon 
2 con. David Wilson 


David Robertfon 
James Meikle 
John Bruce 
Vacant 

James Thomson 
James Garret 
Vacant 


Kilmaurs 
Bcith 
Newmills 
Girvan 
jMaybole 
Muirkirk 
Kilwinning 
AVest Kilbride Vacant 
'Katrine Vacant 

10 . Dumfries . 

D Um friec ) lstc.{ Jame6Cl5 ' de 

2 con. Walter Dunlop 
Lochmaben Andrew Young 
Moffat John Montcith 








Kirkbean 

11 . 

Wigton 
Whithorn 
Stranraer, 1 c. 


Sanquhar, 1 c. James Reid 

2 con. Robert Simpson 
Moniehive James M‘Geoch 
Thornhill Wm. Rogerson 
Urr James Blythe 

Castle Douglas Vacant 
Balmaclellan Vacant 
Vacant 
Wigton. 

Alex. Ogilvie 
John Smith 
John Robertson 
2 d con. William Smellie 
Kirkcudbright George Wood 
Creetown Vacant 
Glenluce James Puller 
House of the Hill Vacant 
12 . Lanark, 

Lanark Alex. Harper 

Whitburn JohnBrown,sen. 
Weft Calder Wm. Fleming 

Biggar David Smith 

Cambufnethan Andrew Scott 

Stonehoufe William Fraser 

Braehead William Horn 

Douglas J°h n Jamieson 

15 . Perth. 

C A. Pringle 
' iD. Young 
J Jedid. Aikman 
C John Newlands 
Cu. Angus, 1 c.Chas. Muirhead 
2 con. Robert Paterson 
Alex. Balfour 
James Pringle 
Robert Foriyth 
Vacant 

Jo. Jamiefon,sen. 
Jo. Jamiefon,jun, 
Alex. Young 


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Dalreoch 
Pitcairn 
Dunning 
Pitroddie 
Errol 
Crieff 


Robert Clark 
William Willins 
James Smith 
Wm. Proud foot 
John Lamb 
Wm Ramsay 
Auchterarder William Pringle 
Kinkell James Forrester 

Aughtergaven James Paterfon 
Pathstruiehill Wm Nicoll 
Newburgh Jo. Jam. Johnston 
Balfour Vacant 

14 . Dunfermline. 


Perth, 1 con. 


2 con. 


i *) Corners' ? Geo Bar]as 
^ / Street $ 


Street 
Chalmers' 

Street 

3 d con. Robert Brown 
Locbeelly Joseph Scott 
Inverkeithing Ebenezer Brown 
Burntifland David Rofs 
Kinghorn James Hardie 
Kinross, 1 con. James Hay 

2 d con. Robert Leifhm an 
Kirkcaldy, 1 c. James Law 
2 con. James Bain 


Milnathort 

Crofsgates 

Muckhart 

Balgedie 

Cairnyhill 

Limekilns 


Lethendy 
Kindaven 
Craigend 
Comiie 
Scoonc 
Methven 
Logiealmond 


15. Cupar (Fife.) 
Auchtermuchty James Forsyth 
2 d con. Vacant 


Abernethy 

Balbiggie 


David Laurie 
James Brown 


A. Leflie 
Thomas Wilson 
James Harvey 
William Gibson 
John More 
Wm Johnstone 


Kennowfcy 
Kilnconquhar 
Buckhaven 
Cupar Fife 
Freucb ie 
Ceres 


Donald Frafer 
George Kennedy 
Robert Pollock 
John Robfon 
John Richardfon 
Peter Taylor 













Lcflie, 1st con. 

2d con. 
Ferry-Port-on 
St. Andrews 
Rathillet 
Dundee (1) 
Dubbieside 
Crail 

Anftruther 

Lathones 

16 . 

Alyth 

Montrofe 1 c. 

2 con. 
Brechin, Icon 
2 con 

Forfar 
Newbigging 
Dundee (2) 
Rattray 
Kirriemuir 
Arbroath (1) 
.( 2 ) 

Carnoustie 

John’s-haven 

Lethcm 

Muirtown 

17 . 

Aberdeen, 1 c 
2d con. 
Belhelvie 
Stonehaven 


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William Scott 
John Johnston 
Craig A. Blair 
Ebenezer Halley 
John Tindal 
Geo. Donaldson 
William Harper 
R. Drummond 
John Thom 
David Macrae 
Forfar. 

James Hay 
John King 
Andrew Wilfon 
i.Da. Blackadder 
i. John Craig 
Andrew iEdie 
Vacant 

Matthew Frafer 
James Aird 


Joseph Hay 
Wm Hannah 
James Chapman 
John Liddell 
Vacant 

James Renwck 
Aberdeen . 

. Henry Angus 
James Stirling 
Vacant 
J. Ballantyne 


Midmar 

James Paterfon 

Tough 

John Robb 

Oldmeldrum 

James M‘Crie 

Drumlithie 

Vacant 

18 . Stewartjield, 

Grange 

John Primrofe 

Auchmacoy 

Vacant 

Peterhead 

Robert Campbell 

Craigdam 

Pat. Robertfon 

New Deer 

F. Paterfon 

Huntly 

James Millar 

Stewartfield 

David Allison 

Whitehill 

Adam Lind 

Banff 

William Paterson 

Forgue 

Walter Graham 

Rosehearty 

Vacant 

SavockofDeer Vacant 

19 . Elgin . 

Keith, 1 st con. James Bunyan 

2d con. 

AndrewKenne^f 

' Elgin, 1 st con. S* Sommerville 

2d con. Robert Crawford 

Nigg 

John Monro 

Forres 

Thomas Stark 

Boghole 

D. Anderson 

Wick 

William Stuart 

Nairn 

James Mein 

Inveinefs 

James Scott 

Fochabers 

Vacant 

Cabrach 

Vacant 

Burghead 

David Carmichael 

Cullen 

Vacant 


ASSOCIATE SYNOD, 

Lately the General Associate Synod ,.—[Three Presbyteries.] 


Perth 

Edinburgh 

Thurfo 

Kirkaldy 

Pitcairngreen 


Perth . 

5 Richard Black 
( — Manson 
Geo Paxton, Prof. 
John M*Donald 
Thomas Gray 
William Beath 


Dunning Vacanl 
Leslie Vacant 

Cupar Angus Vacant 
2 . Ayr . 

Glasgow Vacant 

Ayr George Stevenson 

Auchinlcck Pet. M‘Derment 








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Kilwinning Robert Smith 
Colmonell Vacant 

Kilmarnock Vacant 
Newmills Vacant 


3 . Aberdeen. 

Clola William Mitchell 

Brechin James Gray 

Aberdeen James Templeton 


ORIGINAL BURGHER ASSOCIATE SYNOD. 5 Presb. 


1. Edinburgh. 


Edinburgh 
Dalkeith 
Greenlaw 
Yetholm 
Linton 
Whitburn 
Bathgate 
Carluke 
Lesmahagow 
Shotts 

2 . Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Pollockshaws 
Burntshields 
Paisley 
Kilpatrick 
Renton 
Kilmarnock 
Airdrie 
Kirkintilloch 
Greenock 
Fintry 

Helensburgh 
Stewarton 


Bannockburn 


Ja. Watson, S. C. Alloa 
Ebenezer Hyslop Doune 


John Inglis 
Robert Shirra 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 

James Anderson 
William Logan 
George Hill 


Kincardine 

Falkitk 

Cumbernauld 


Wm Raeburn 
James Smith 
Thomas Hyslop 
James Duncan 
Thomas Gordon 
Peter Currie 


4 . Perth £ 5 * Dunfermline. 


C 1 . Alex.Turnbull 
12 . Michael Willis 


Finlay Stewart 
Wm. Scott Flay 
And. Thomson 
James Gardiner 
John Mackinlay 
P. Campbell 
Robert Torrence 
— Tannahill 
George Moscrip 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 


3. Stirling and Falkitk. 
Stirling Wm Machray 


Perth 
Kennoway 
Dundee 
Aberdeen 
Milnathort 
Dunfermline 
Kirkcaldy 
Alyth 


Wm. Taylor, Prof 
Vacant 

Robert Aitken 
Wm. Primrose 
Jame? Thornton 
William Dalziell 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Cupar in Fife Eben. Anderson 
Midmar Vacant 

Bnrrelton John Waddel 

Strathskinnes Vacant 
5 . Down and Derry in Ireland. 
Boardmill Vacant 

Ballylintach William Stewart 
Garvah Vacant 

Kilrea Vacant 

George Legate 
David Lynch 
Vacant 


Kilton 

Bolay 

Donaghadee 


CONSTITUTIONAL PRESBYTERY, 


Whitburn 

Kirrymuir 

Edinburgh 

Haddington 

l^Birfay 

aSAberdcen 


Or Original Antiburghers. 


Robert Shaw 
James Aitken 
Thomas M‘Crie 
Robert Chalmers 
James Cairncrofs 
John Aitken 


Kelfo 

Dundee 

Arbroath 

Crieff 

Balmullo 


Pat. M‘I<enzie 
Alex. Duncan 
Benjamin Laing 
Tho. M‘Crie, jun. 
James Beattie 





















RELIEF ST NOD. —[Seven Presbyteries] 
Moderator —Rev. Jomes Anderson, Beith. 

Synod Clerk —Rev. John Pitcairn, Keiso. 

Projessor oj Divinity —Rev. James Thomson, Paisley. 
Divinity Hall opens at Paisley 4 th Tuesday of August. 

1. Edinburgh. j Old Kilpatrick John Watt 

5 James Smith iNew Kilpat. Al. M‘Naughton 
College St. J Wm Limontj A.Lanark 

James's PL J. Kirkwood Southend 
Balfron 
Roberton 
Greenock 


^ RoxburghPl. John Johnston 
James Scott 


2 Cow gate 

Carruber's Close Wm. Stra'ng 


Dalkeith 

MufTelburgh 

Biggar 

Newlands 

Bathgate 

Leith 


Thomas Fraser 
W. M l Kechney 
Hugh Gibson 
Arch MacIntyre 
Vacant 
Francis Muir 
2 . Glasgow. 

Dovehill John Barr 
Campb . St. Robert Brodie 
£ John Street Wm Anderson 
§3 Calton James Turnbull 
JS Anderston Gavin Strothers 
G Hutchinslown Wm. Thomfon 
Bridgetown J. Macfarlan 
Tollcross William Ney 
1 . J. M l Dermid 
Ja. Thomfoo, Pro 


Paifley 


it 


Both well 
Campblcton 
Kilmaronock 
Kilmarnock 
Hamilton 
Strathaven 
Irvine 
Saltcoats 
Beith 
Campfie 
Kilbarchan 
Kilbride 
Dumbarton 


John Jamieson 
Wm. M‘Dougald 
Arch. Murdoch 
Alex. Harvey 
William Carrick 
John French 
Arch. M‘Laren 
David Ewing 
J. Anderfon 
J. Brown 
M, Alison 
Robert Cameron 
J. M‘FarIane 


Ayr 

Stranraer 

Wishatown 

Partick 


J. M'Farlane 
Alexander Laing 
Dec. Laing 
George Campbell 
William Auld 
Vacant 

John M‘Gregor 
John Mdntyre 
James Ewing 
5. Dysart. 

Dyfart James Spence 

Colinfburgh Wm Marshall 
Auchtermuchty James Bonnar 
Kettle Daniel Gorrie 

Cupar in Fife Robert Walker 
Largo J. Gairdner 

Ceres Ar. Cumming 

Pittenweem Vacant 
4. St. Ninians. 

St. Ninians J. Logan 
Dunfermline Henry Fergus 
William Welch 
John Anderfon. 
Wm. Anderfon 
Auchterarder John King 
Clackmanan David Lindfay 
5. Perth. 

Perth, 1 st con.Forrest Frew ... 

2 d con. James Bow 
Dundee John Cross 

Cupar Angus William Dunn 
Crieff John Martin 

Errol David Russell 

Aberdeen Sam. M‘Mii!an 
Dunning William Boag 


Falkirk 

Kilfyth 

Blairlogie 







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6 . Dumfries . 7 . 

Dumfries Andrew Fyfe KeJfo 

Waterbeck Dan. Struthers Dunfe 

Gateside H. Paterfon JecTburgh 

Newt.Stewart James Reston Ber. onTweed 
Penpont Edw Dobbie Earlftoun 

Langholm Vacant ; Wooler 

Dunfcore Matthew Beattie Newcastle 

Hawick 


Kelso. 

Jo. Pitcairn, S.C. 
J. Ralston 
James Porteous 
Robert Hall 
D. Crawford 
William Gilmour 
Robert Arthur 
Peter Brown 


RELIEF SYNOD FRIENpLY SOCIETY. 
Instituted May 1792. New-modelled May 1819. 
Rev. John Pitcairn, President. 

Rev. John Johnston, Clerk and Treasurer. 


WESLEYAN METHODISM. 

President of the British Conference —Rev. Richard Watson. 


Edinburgh District. 
E. Giindrod, Chairm. 

Edinburgh, 
Edmund Giindrod 
Thomas H. Bewley 
John M‘I.ean 
Dunbar Haddington 
Joseph Forsyth 
Samuel Thomson 
Glasgou>, 

John Hobson 
Jo. Nowell, Fr.Neale 
Paisley , Greenock,and 
Port Glasgow, 
George Marsland 
George Turner 

William Wilkinson 


Aberdeen District. I Inverness , 

J.Shipman ,Chairman CharlejLL. Adshead 


Aberdeen , 

John Shipman 
Henry Hickman 
Peterhead , 
William Orson 
Dundee and Perth , 
Henry Davis 
Edward Walker 
Arbroath , Montrose, 
and Brechin , 

John Wilson 
William Harvie 
Banff, Elgin Keith, 
John Smedley 
George North 


Shetland Ist.es 
District. 

Jo. Lewis, Chairman 
Lerwick, 

John Lewis 
Joseph Lowtbian 
Walls $ Sand ness, 
William Weirs 

North Moving and 
Del ling, 

William Langridge 

Yell , Unst, <£ Eetlar t 
Janies C. Hindson 
Andrew M‘Intosh 


METHODIST AUXILIARY MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 
Aberdeen District, 

President—The Chairman of the District. 

Committee—The Preachers of the Diftrict, the Circuit Stewards 
and Office-bearers. Treasurer—Robert JafFray. 
Secretaiies—Robert Bowman and Robert Webster. 


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76 

INDEPENDENT CHURCHES in Connection with the 
CONGREGATIONAL UNION of SCOTLAND 


Lothian , Linlith.fy Stirlingshires 
-a N. College J John Aikman 
Street (.John Cleghorn 
W Albany Street Gilb. Wardlaw 


Leith 
Musselburgh 
Haddington 
Dalkeith 
Blackburn 
Linlithgow 
Falkirk 
Grangemouth 
Stirling 
Callender 


Geo. D Cullen 
John Watson 
William Ritchie 
Alex. Arthur 
John Hamilton 
Alex.WKnowlcs 
D. B Mackenzie 
Wm Watson 
James Marshall 
Peter M'Laren 


Dundee David Russel 

Broughty Ferry Hugh Fraser 


Lanark, the West.fy South. Shires. 
J5 Nile Street Greville Ewing 


Paifley 

Rob. M‘Lachlan 

Kilmarnock 

John Campbell 

Cambullang 

Vacant 

Lark h all 

Tho Alexander 

Helensburgh 

John Arthur 

Oban 

John Campbell 

Arran 

Alex. Mackay 

Islay 

Mai. M‘Lauren ' 

Clachan 

G. Murrah 

Greenock 

John Hercus ] 

Auldkirk 

Thomas Low 

Ayr 

Alex. M‘Lean i 

Muirkirk 

John Boag ] 

Dumfries 

Vacant ] 

Gatehoufe 

Arch. Millar ] 

Garlleston 

Thomas Smith ] 

Fife } Fei'tkf 

Angus-shires, §c. 1 

Alloa 

John Hill i 

ICiikaldy 

Rob. Aikenhead ^ 

Leven 

John Elder 1 

Earlsferry 

John Puller v 

Anstruther 

Vacant * 

St. Andrew’s 

Wm Lothian II 

Forgan 

Thomas Just |b 


Lochee Vacant 

Perth Vacant 

Aberfeldie Vacant 

Killin, &c. Vacant 

Dunkeld John Elack 

Blairgowrie John Lyall 

Kirriemuir Rob. Machray 

Letham Wm. Lindsay 

Arbroath Vacant 

Monti ofe Vacant 

Sauchieburn J. M'Kinnon 

Bervie James M c Kenzie 

Aberdeen , and Northern Shires . 
jj George Street Alex. Thomson 
< Frederick St. RichardPenman 
Printfield Kiel M‘Kechnie 

Blackhills, Skene John Smith 


Inverury 

Crichie 

Ellon 

Peterhead 


William Brown 
Jas. Robertfon 
Vacant 
James Scott 
Jofeph Gibb 
Vacant 

i Alex. Begg 
John Hill 
m D. Morison 
J. Cruicklhank 
John Munro 
Niel M'Niel 
John Martin 
James Dewar 
James Kennedy 
Alex. Dewar 
Robert, Caldwell 
Alex. Ewing 
C David Ramsay 
Geo. Robeiteon 
George Reid 
James Tulloch 








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UNIVERSITIES OF SCOTLAND. 

ST. ANDREWS Founded 141a. 

Lord Viscount Melville, Chancellor —Sir Walter Scott, Rector . 

UNITED COLLEGE OF ST. SALVADOR AND ST. LEONARD. 

Francis Nicoll, Principal. Crown —Patron. 

Robert Briggs Medicine Univerfity 

Thomas Chalmers Moral Philofophy 1 

Thomas Jackson Natural Philofophy £ United College 

Thomas Duncan Mathematics Crown 

J.Hunter, T. Gillespie Humanity Dss. of Portland 

Andrew Alexander Greek 7 

James Hunter Logic j United College 

William Ferrie Civil Hiftory Earl of Caffilis 

st. mary’s, or new college. 

Robert Haldane, Principal, 

John Mitchell Divinity 

George Buist Church Hiftory 

Archibald Baird Oriental Languages 3 

GLASGOW—Founded 1450. 

Duke of Montrose, ll.d. Chancellor. 

T, Campbell, Esq. Lord Rector — A. Campbell, m. r. Dean of Faculty 


► Crown 


Duncan Macfarlane, Principal. 
Stevenson MacgiJl Divinity 


Gavin Gibb 
Josias Walker 
D. K. Sandford 
George Jardine 
William M‘Turk 
James Mylne 
William Meikleham 
James Millar 
Robert Davidfon 
James Cooper 
Lockhart Muirhead 
Thomas Thomfon 
Richard Millar 
Robert Freer 
James Jeffray 
W. J. Hooker 
John Burns 
John Towers 


Oriental Languages 

Humanity 

Greek 

Logic 

Church Hiftory 
Moral Philofophy 
Natural Philofophy 
Mathematics 
Civil Law 

Pra&ical Aftronomy 

Natural Hiftory 

Chemiftry 

Materia Medica 

Medicine 

Anatomy 

Botany 

Surgery 

Midwifery 

G 3 


Crown 


► College, &c. 


Crown 
- College, &c. 


^ Crown 

Crown 
College, &c. 


Crown 









ABERDEEN. 

king's college.— Fc vndtJ 1494. 

The Duke of Gordon, Chancellor —Earl of Aberdeen, Lord Rector, 

William Jack, iW£a/. ■> Patron the College 
Hugh M‘Pheison, Sub-Principal. J 
Duncan Mearns Divinity Mod. of Synod, &c. 

Alexander Dauney Civil Law 

James Bannerman Medicine 

. . _> , C Humanity, Chemistry, 

Patrick Forbes £ ao<J Natural History 

Hugh M‘Pherfon Greek 

Hercules Scott Moral Philofophy 

William Paul Natural Philofophy 

John Tulloch Mathematics 

J ames Bentley Oriental Languages 


College 


Crown 


E D 1 NBUR GH.— Founded 
Provost of Edinburgh, Ld Rector — Rev. G. 


im Ritchie Divinity 
Hugh Meiklejohn Church Hiflory 
Alexander Brunton Hebrew 
David Ritchie Logic 

George Dunbar Greek 

James Pillans Humanity 

W. Wallace Mathematics 

John Leflie Natural Philofophy 

John Wilson Moral Philofophy 

R. Jamiefon Natural Hiftory 

Wm.Fmfcr Tytler 7 Univerfal Hiftory 
Sir Wm. Ham Iton $ 2 

George J.Esll Scots Law 

Civil Law 

Robert Hamilton Public Law 
Andrew Brown Rhetoric 

Robert Graham Botany 

Andrew Duncan, jn. Materia Medica 
James Home Pradice of Physic 

And. Duncan, sen. 1 Theory Q f phvfic 
W. Pultenv Alison J * 

Thomas Chas Hope Chemiflry 
A. Monro Anatomy & Surgery 

James Hamilton, jun. Midwifery 


1581. 

,H. Baird, Principal . 
Town CounciL 
Crown 

1 


^ Town Cooncil 

1 

Crown 

S> Town Coancil 

► Crown 

l Town Coancil 






James Russel 
George Ballingall 
Robert Biair 
Andrew Coventry 
Robert Christison 
Macvey Napier 


79 

Clinical Surgery ^ 

Military Surgery > Cruwn 

Aftronomy j 

Agriculture TownCouaciI,&c. 

Medical Jurisprudence Crown 
Conveyancing Town Council 


1 


ABERDEEN—mariscbal college.— Founded 1593 . 
Marquis of Huntly, Chancellor —Sir James M‘Gregor, Rector . 
Alex. Thomson, Esq. Advocate, Dean of Faculty. 
William Lawrence Brown, Principal. Crown— Patron . 

William L. Brown Divinity Town Council 

George Glennie Mor.Philofophy& Logic Crown 

Robert Hamilton ) Mathematics 

J. Cruicklnank, Asst . j 
William Knight Natural Philofophy 

James Davidson Natural Hiftory 

John Stuart Greek 

James Kidd Oriental Languages 

Charles Skene Medicine 

George French Chemiftry - 

Medical Classes of Kings and Mariscbal Colleges . 
Anatomy and Physiology - - - Dr Ewing 

Materia Medica, Pharmacy, & Dietetics Dr Henderfon 
Surgery, and Surgical Pathology - - Dr Blaikie 

Scots Law.Alex. Thomson, Esq. 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY of the CHURCH of SCOTLAND. 

Right Hon. Lord Forbes, his Majesty's High Commissioner. 
Rev. Dr T. Taylor, moderator Rev. Dr T M‘Knight, ad clerk 
Tho Burnett, Esq. purse-bearer Rev. Dr Lee, conjunct clerk 
Sir John Connell, procurator, John Murray, W S. agent 


Town Council 
Crown 

Sir Alex. Ramfay 
Crown 
College 


and cashier for the church 
Rev. Dr A Duncan, ifl clerk 


J Spottiswoode. agent, London 
Jo. Waugh, printer and flationer 


The Assembly meets Thursday 17th May 1827. 

TRUSTEES for MINISTERS WIDOWS. ( 1744 .) 
Prefbvtery of Edinb. and Profeffors of the Univerfity, Managers . 
Rev. Sir H.M. Wellwood, Collector —Wm. Stcvenfon, Clerk. 

SOCIETY for the SONS of the CLERGY.—(1790.) 
Right Hon. the Lord Advocate, President. 

Charles Tawse, Treasurer— Sir Ilenry Jardine, Secretary 










SOVEREIGNS AND PRINCES OF EUROPE. 

GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND. 

GEORGE IV. King (King of Hanover), &c. born 12th, and 
created Prince of Wales 17th August 1762; appointed Prince 
Regent February 1811; succeeded his father George III. 29th 


^ .... jo-ii wy niiuiu mr uaa issue, 

Princess Charlotte Augusta, born 7th January 1796; mar¬ 
ried, May 2, 1816, llis Royal H ighness Leopold George Frede¬ 
rick, Duke of Saxe, Margrave of Meissen, Landgrave of Thurio- 
guen. Prince of Cobourg of Saalfield, born 1790. She died 6 th 
November 1817. 

llis late Majesty, by Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburgh Strelitz 
(who died 17th Nov. 1818), had also the following issue: 

2. Frederick, born 16th August 1763; Duke of York, &c. 
27th November 1784 ; Titular Bishop of Osnaburgh ; Comman¬ 
der in Chief; Field Marshal, &c. Married, 29th September 1791, 
Frederica ChaHotte Ulrica Catherine, Princes* Royal of Prussia, 
born 7'h May 1767, sister to the present King, and cousin to Queen 
Caroline ; she died 6 th August 1820. No Isrue. 



.. HHMHViYleiningen. 

. Charlotte Augusta Matilda, bom 29th Sept.‘l766, (Lady of 
of the Russian order of St. Catherine). Married, 18th May 1797, 
Charles William, King of W r ir!emberg, whodied 1816. No issue. 

5. Edward, born 2 d November 1767; Duke of Kent, &c. 23d 
April 1799; K. G. Field Marshal. Mai ried, :9ch May 1818, and 
remarried in England 11 th July, Princess Maria Louisa Victoria, 
Dowager of Leinengen, sister to Prince Leopold. Died 23d Ja¬ 
nuary 1820. issue, Princess Alexandria Victoria, boru 24th 
May 1819. 

6 . Sophia Augusta, Princess, bo:n 8 th November 1768. 

EJtzabeth, Princess, born 22 d May 1770 ; married,7th April 

1818, 1 hilip Augustus Fred. Prince of Hesse Homberg.-No issue. 

8 . Ernest Augustus, born 5th June 1771; Duke of Cumberland, 
&c. 23d April 179£; K. G., F. M. Married, 28th Aug. 1814, re¬ 
married in England 29Ui May 1815, the Dow. Princess of Sal ms, 
daughter of Charles, late Duke of Mecklenburgh Strelitz, his 

Geo * # red ' Alex - Char. Ernest Aug. born 27th 
May 1819. * 

9. Augustus Frederick, born 27th January 1773 ; Duke of Sus¬ 
sex, &c. 7th November 1801. 

10. Adolphus Frederick, born 24th Feb. 1774; Duke of Cam- 
bridge, 2/th Nov JfcOl; G. K. & 1 . M. Ac. Mar. 7 th May, and 
lemariicd to l.nglaud 1 st JuuelSlS, Princess Augusta, daughter of 






Pnnce Frederick of Hesse, born 25th July 1797. Issue, Prince 
George William Frederick Charles, bom 26th March 1819; and 
Princess Augusta Charlotte, born at Hanover, July 19, 1822. 

11. Mary, Duchess rtf Gloucester, born 25th April 1776. Mar¬ 
ried to her cousin the Duke of Gloucester.—No issue. 

12. Sophia, Princess, born 3d November 1777. 

13. Octavius, Prince, born 23d Feb. 1779; died 3d Mav 1782. 

14. Alfred, Prince, born 23d Sept. 1780; died 26th Aug. 1782. 

15. Amelia, Princess, born 7th Aug 1783; died 2d Nov. 1810. 

Issue of the late Duke of Gloucesteu, the King’s uncle. 

1. Sophia Matilda, born 29th May 1773. 

2. W illiam Frederick, Duke of Gloucester, bom 15th January 
1776; succeeded his father, William Henry, 25th August 1805; 
married, 2id July 1816, his cousin, Princess Mary. 

FRANCK. 


CHARLES X. King of France and Navarre, horn Oct. 9,1757, 
married Nov. 6, 1773, Maria Teresa, sister to the KingofSardi- 


Frincesofthe Blood: 

1. Henri Ducde Bourdeaux, (a posthumous son of the late Due 
de Berri, next brother to the Dauphin.) 

2. Louis Philippe, Due d’Orleans, born Oct. 6, 1773, married 
Nov. 25,18C9, Maria Amelia, daughter of the King of Sicily ; — 
Issue , Ferdinand, Due de Chartres; Louisa, Duchesse d’Orleans; 
Mary, Duchesse de Valois; Louis Cha., Due de Nemours; Maria 
Clementina; Francis Ferd., Due de Joinville; Charles Ferd, 
Due de Penthtevre; and Henry Eugene. Due de Aumale. 

3. Louis Henry Joseph, Due tie Bourbon, born April 13,1756. 

RUSSIA. 

NICHOLAS, Emperor of all the Russia?, and King of Poland, 
born 1796, marrried 1817, Alexandra, formerly Charlotte, daugh¬ 
ter of the King of Prussia, born 1798 ; Issue: Alexander, born 
1818; Mary, born 1819; Olga, born 1822. 

Princes of the Blood: Constantine, born 1779; Maria, Princess 
of Saxe Weimar; Ann, Princess of Orange; and Michael. 

AUSTRIA. 


FRANCIS 11. Emperor, King of Hungary and Bohemia, &c.; 
horn 1768. Married, 1st, 1788, Eliza. Princess of Wirtemberg, 
died without issue, 1750. 2d, 1780, Maria Theresa, his cousin, dr. 
of the king of the Two Sicilies, died 1807. Issue, Ferdinand, 
Crown Prince, born 1793, Francis Charles Joseph, 1802, and five 
daughters. 3d, 1808, Maria, his cousin, daughter of Archduke 
Francis, Duke of Modena, died 1816. 4tb, Charlotte, daughter of 
the King of Bavaria. Elected Emperor of Germany 15th July 
1792; but relinquished that title in 1804 for his present one. 

PRUSSIA. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM 111. King, (Sovereign of Bran- 








82 

dcnhurgh, &c.) ; born 1770; succeeded his father, Fred. Wm. II. 
1797 ; married, 1793, Louisa, daughter of Charles Duke of Meek- 
leuburgh Strelitz, who died 1810, leaving issue, Fred. William 
Crown Prince, born 1795; three o<her sons, and three daughters. 
SPAIN. 

FERDINAND VII. King; born 1784; married, 1st, 1801, his 
cousin. Princess Louisa Maria Amelia of the Two Sicilies, who 
died 1806, 2d, Princess Isabella Maria of Portugal, who died 
ISIS; 3d. in 1819, Princess Maria Josephine Amelia of Saxony. 
He succeeded his father, Charles IV. w ho abdicated the throne 
1808, and died 1819. His brother Don Carlos has a son, bora 
1818, and another in 1822. The other brother, Don Francis de 
Paulo, married, in 1819, Princess Louisa of Naples; issue a son, 
born 1820, and another 1822. 

PORTUGAL. 


MARIA DA GLORIA, Queen of the United Kingdom of 
Portugal and Algarve, born April 4, 1819; attained the throne 
by the abdication of her father, Pierre d’Alcantara, (Fmperorof 
Brazil), son of the late King, May 2, 1826. 

Princess Regent. 

Donna Isabella Maria, 2d daughter of the late King, born 1801. 

NETHERLANDS. (Holland and Belgium ) 

WILLIAM FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, King, Prince of 
Orange and Nassau; born 1772; married, 1791, Frederica, sister 
of the King of Prussia, now dead; issue, William Fred. George, 
Prince of Orange, born 1792; (mar. 1816, Ann, Archduchess of 
Russia; issue, Wm Alex. Paul Fred. Louis, born 1817, and two 
Other sons), Wm Fred. Chas. and a daughter. 

SWEDEN and NORWAY. 

CHARLES JEAN BERNADOTTE, French Prince of Ponte 
Corvo, born 1764; elected Crown Prince (on the death of Prince 
Christian of Holstein-A tigustenburg) 1810; sue. Charles XIII. as 
King, in 1818; married, 1798, Eugenie Bernardhine de Clary; 
issue, Joseph Francks Oscar, Crown Prince, born 1799, Governor 
of Norway, united to Sweden 1814. 

DENMARK. 


17o/ ; issue, two oaugniers. thrown rnnee t iinsnaii rreucuui, 
bis cousin, born 1786 ; married, 1st, 1806, Princess Charlotte of 
Mecklenburg; Esue, Christian Fred. Chas. born 1808, another 
son and two daughters ; 2d, 1815, Princess Caroline of Holstein 
A tigustenburg. 

sir.ir.v inn NAPt.rs. 






83 

line, Dnchess de Bcrri; 2d, Oct. 6, 1802, Maria Isabelle., sister of 
the King of Spain, born 1789 ; Issue, five sons and six daughters. 

SARDINIA. 

CHARLES FELIX JOSEPH, King of Sardinia, Duke of 
Savoy, Piedmont and Genevois, born 1763; married, 1807, Maria 
Christiana, daughter of the King of Naples. Succeeded on the 
abdication of his brother, Victor Emanuel, who formally re¬ 
signed the crown at Nice in 1821 

TUSCANY. 

LEOPOLD If., Grand Duke; born 1797 ; married, 1817, 
Maria Anne, niece of the King of Saxony ; issue, Princess Caro¬ 
line, born 1822,and Augusta, born 1825. 

LUCCA. 

CHARLES LOUIS, Duke, born 1799; married, 1819, The¬ 
resa, daughter of the King of Sardinia; issue, Princess Louisa, 
born 1821, and Prince Ferdinand, born 1823. 

PARMA. 

MARIA LOUISA, created Archduchess of Parma, Placentia, 
&c. Sovereign Princess; born 1791; eldest daughter of the Em¬ 
peror of Austria. Married, 1810, Napoleon Bonaparte, late Em¬ 
peror of Prance. Issue, Napoleon Francis Joseph Charles, Duke 
of Reichstadi, born in 1811. Married, 2d, in 1825, the Count de 
Neipperg. 

MODENA and MASSA. 

FRANCIS IY. Duke; cousin to the Emperor of Austria ; born 
1779; married, 1812, Princess Maria of Sardinia; issue, Francis 
Ferdinand, born 1819, and adauglitcr. His mother, Maria Beat¬ 
rice, daughter of Duke Hercules III. born 1750, is hereditary 
Duchess of Massa, and widow of Archduke Ferdinand. 

ROME. 

ANN1BAL DE LA GENOA, (LEO XU. by assumption), 
bom 2d Aug. 1760, elected Pope in Sept. 1823, and crowned on 
the 5th of October following. 

BRUNSWICK OELS. 

CHARLES WILLIAM FRED. AUG. Duke of Brunswick 
Oels; born 1804; succeeded his father William 1815. Has one 
brother, Aug. Wm. Max. Fred. Louis, born 1806. His father’s 
mother, Princess Augusta, was sifter to George 111. after whose 
descendants, and the late Duke of Gloucester's, this family suc¬ 
ceed to the British throne. 

W1RTEMBERG. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM CHARLES, King, K.G.C. B.; 
born 1781; succeeded his father, Frederick, 1816; mar. 1st, 1810, 
Charlotte, Princess of Bavaria, (divorced); 2d, Catherine Duch¬ 
ess Dowager of Oldenburgh, sister of the Emperor of Russia, who 
died 1819; issue two daughters; 3d, in 1820, the Princes Paulina 
of Wirtemberg. 

BAVARIA. 

LOUIS CHARLES, King (1805;; born 1786 ; married 1810, 






Theresa, daughter of the Duke, of Heldenburg-Hausen; issue 
Maximilian Joseph, born 1811; Matilda, Otho, and Leopold. 

SAXONY. 

FREDERICK AUGUSIUS IV. King, (1806; till then 
Duke f ; born 1750; succeeded his father, Elector Frederick, 
1763; married, 1769, Maria Amelia Augusta, sister of the Kmg 
of Bavaria; issue, Princess Maria Augusta, born 1782. The 
Prince Royal married, 1819, the Archduchess Caroline of Austria 
HESSE CASSEL. 

WILLIAM, Elector, great-grandson of George II. of Great 
Britain, by Princess Mary, succeeded his father William 1821; 
born 1777 ; married 1797, Augusta, daughter of William II. Kin^ 
of Prussia; issue, Fred. William, born 1802, and two daughters. 

HESSE DARMSTADT.' 

LOUIS X. Grand Duke, born 1753; married 1777, Louisa Ca¬ 
rolina, daughter of his uncle George William; issue, Louis, he¬ 
reditary Prince, horn 1777, (married Wilbelmina, sister to the 
Grand Duke of Baden; issue, two sons); and Louis Geo. Cha. 
Fred. Ernest,born 1780; married. 

SAXE WEIMAR. 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS, Grand Duke, born 1757; head of 
the House of Saxe; married 1775, Louisa, sister to Grand Duke 
of Hesse Darmstadt, issue, Charles Fred, hereditary Prince, born 
1783, (married, Maria, sister to the Emperor of Russia ; issue, a 
son, Charles Alex, born 1818, and two daughters), Charles Ber¬ 
nard, (also married, with issue),and William Charles. 

NASSAU. 

GEORGE WILLIAM AUGUSTUS HENRY, Duke, bom 
1792; married 1813, Char. Louisa, daughter of the Duke ofSaxe- 
Hildburghauseu; issue, Adolphus William, born 1817, auother 
son, and a daughter. 

HANOVER. 

GEORGE IV. King ; Duke of Cambridge, Gov.-Gen. 

MECKLENBURGH STRELITZ. 

GEORGE FREDERICK CHARLES, Grand Duke; horn 
1779; succeeded his father, Charles Fred. Lewis, 181b; married, 
1817, Mary, 2d daughter of Landgrave Fred, of Cassel. Issue 
Frederick William, born 1819, and a daughter. 

BADEN. 

LOUIS WILLIAM, Grand Duke, born 1763; succeeded his 
nephew, Charles Louis, in 1818. A widower. 

TURKEY. 

MAHOMED II. Sultan (or Grand Seignor) of the Ottoman 
Empire; born 1/85; called to the throne 1808, on the deposition 
and murder of Mustapha IV.; issue, Abdul Hamid, born 1813; 
Mahmoud Sultan, born 1822, and two princesses. 


AMERICA. 

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, President, 1825.—J. C. CAL¬ 
HOUN, Vice-President.—Henry Clay, Secretary ofState. 







85 

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT of GREAT BRITAIN. 

(Summoned to meet 21 st Nov. 1826.) 

H IS Most Excellent Majesty George Augustus Frederick 
IV. of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 
King, Defender of the Faith, (Duke and Prince of Brunswick- 
Lunenburg, King of Hanover, and Arch Treasurer of the Holy 
Roman Empire), Protector of the United States of the Ionian 
Islands; Sovereign of the Orders of the Garter, Bath, Thistle, 
St. Patrick, and the Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 

The Lord High Chancellor for the time being, Speaker. 

Deputy Speaker . 

PEERS of the BLOOD ROYAL. ( 6 .) 

1784 His Royal Highnefs Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, 
Bilhop of Ofnaburg, and Earl of Ulfter. 

1789 His Royal Highnefs William Henry, Duke of Clarence and 
St. Andrew’s, and Earl of Munfter. 

1799 R °y al Highnefs Emeft Augullus, Duke of Cumberland 
and Teviotdale, Earl of Armagh. 

1801 His Royal Highnefs Auguftus Frederick, Duke of Suflex, 
Earl of Invernefs, and Baron Arklow. 

1801 His Royal Highnefs Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cam¬ 
bridge, Earl of Tipperary, and Baron Culloden. 

1764 His Royal Highnefs William Frederick, Duke of Glo’fter 
and Edinburgh, Earl of Connaught. 


Scotch Peers are marked *. 


DUKES. 19 . 

1483 Howard Duke of Norfolk 
1546 Seymour Duke of Somerfet 
1675 *Lennox Duke of Richmond 
Fitzroy Duke of Grafton 
1682 Somerfet Duke of Beaufort 
Beauclerk Duke of St. Albans 
1694 *Osborne Duke of Leeds 
Ruffel Duke of Bedford 
Cavendifh Duke of Devonfhire 

1702 Churchill Duke of Marlborough 

1703 Manners Duke of Rutland 
1711 ^Hamilton Duke of Brandon 
1716 Bentinck Duke of Portland 
1719 Montague Duke of Manchefter 

H 


Eldejl Sons. 

Earl of Surrey 
Lord Seymour 
Earl of March 
Earl of Eufton 
Marquis of Worcefler 
Earl of Burford 
Marquis of Carmarthen 
Marquis of Taviftock 
Marquis of Hartington 
Marquis of Blandford 
Marquis of Granby 
Lord Dutton 
M&tquis of Titchfield 
Viicount Mandeville 













8f> 


Marquis of Donro 
Marquis of Chandois 

Earl of Wiltfhire 
Earl Wycombe 
Earl Gower 


1720 Sackville Germain D. of Dorfet Earl of Middlefex 
1756 Pelham ClintonDukeof Newcaftle Earl of Lincoln 
1766 Percy Duke of Northumberland Earl Percy 

1814 Wellefley Duke of Wellington 
1822 Temple Duke of Buckingham 

MARQUISSES— 17 . 

1551 Paulet Marquis of Winchefter 
1784 Petty Marquis of Lanfdown 

1786 Gower Marquis of Stafford 

1787 Townfhend Marquisof Townfhend Earl of Leicefter 

1789 Cecil Marquis of Salisbury Vifcount Cranburn 

Thynne Marquis pf Bath Vifcount Weymouth 

1790 ^Hamilton Marquis of Abercorn Vifcount Hamilton 

1793 Seymour Conway M. of Heitford Earl of Yarmouth 
1796 *Stuart Matquis of Bute Earl of Windfor 

1801 Cecil Marquis of Exeter Lord Burleigh 

1812 Pratt Marquis Camden Earl of Brecknock 

Compton Marq. of Northampton Earl Compton 

1815 Paget Marquis of Anglesea Earl of Uxbridge 
Cholmondeley MofCholmondeieyEarl of Rockfavage 

1816 Rawdon Haftings MofHaflings Earl ofRawdon 

1821 Bruce Marquis of Aylesbury Earl Bruce 
1826 Harvey Marquis of Bristol Earl Jermyn 

EARLS — 103 . 

1442 Talbot Earl of Shrewfbury Lord Talbot 

1485 Stanley Earl of Derby Lord Stanley 

1529 Hastings Earl of Huntingdon Lord Hastings 
I 551 Herbert Earl of Pembroke Lord Herbert 

1603 Howard E. of Suffolk & Berkshire Vifcount Andover 


1617 Egerton Earl of Bridgwater 
1622 Fielding Earl of Denbigh 
1624 Fane Earl of Weflmoreland 
1626 Bertie Earl of Lindfey 
1628 Grey Earl of Stamford 
Finch Earl of Winchelfea 
Stanhope Earl of Chefterfield 
Tufton Earl of Thanet 
16 5o Montague Earl of Sandwich 

1661 Coningbsy Earl of Edex 
Brudenell Earl of Cardigan 
Howard Earl of Carlifie 

1662 *Scott Earl of Doncafter 


Vifcount Brackley 
Vifcountt Fielding 
Lord Bnrgerlh 
Lord Bertie 
Lord Grey 
Vifcount Maidflone 
Lord Stanhope 
Lord Tufton 
Vifcount Hinchinbroke 
Vifcount Malden 
Lord Brudenell 
Vifcount Morpeth 
Lord Tyndale 






87 

1672 Cooper Earl of Shaftefbury 
1679 Berkeley Earl of Berkeley 
1682 Bertie Earl of Abingdon 
Windfor Earl of Plymouth 
1690 Saunderson Earl of Scarborough 

1695 NafiTau Earl of Rochford 

1696 Keppel Earl of Albemarle 

1697 Coventry Earl of Coventry 
Villiers Earl of Jerfey 

1706 Poulett Earl Poulett 
1711 Harley Earlof Oxford & Mortimer 
Shirley Eatl Ferrers 
Legge Earl of Dartmouth 
I7 r 4 Bennet Earl of Tankerville 
Finch Earl of Aylesford 

1718 Cowper Earl Cowper 
Stanhope Earl Stanhope 

1719 Sherrard Earl of Harborough 

1721 Parker Earl of Macclesfield 
Fermor Earl of Pomfret 

1722 # Graham Earl Graham 

1729 Waldegrave Earl Waldcgrave 

1730 Alhburnham Earl of Afhburnham 
174 I Stanhope Earl of Harrington 
1743 Wallop Earl of Portfmouth 
1746 Greville Earl Brooke & Warwick 

Hobart Earl of Buckinghamlhire 
Fitzwilliam Earl Fitzwilliam 
1749 Wyndham Earl of Egremont 
Harcourt Earl Harcourt 

1752 North Earl of Guildford 

1753 Cornwallis Earl Cornwallis 

1754 Yorke Earl of Hardwicke 
Vane Earl of Darlington 

1756 Fox-StrangwaysEarl ofllchefter 
1761 Well Earl Delaware 

1765 Bouverie Earl of Radnor 
Spencer Earl Spencer 

1766 Pitt Earl of Chatham 
1772 Bathurft Earl Bathurft 

Hill Earl of Hillsborough 
1776 Villiers Earl of Clarendon 


Lord Afhley 
Vifcount Durficy 
Lord Norrevs 
Lord Windfor 
Vifcount Lumley 
Vifcount Tunbridge 
Vifcount Bury 
Vifcount Deerhurft 
Vifcount Villiers 
Vifcount Hinton 
Lord Harley 
Vifcount Tam worth 
Vifcount Lewilham 
Lord Offulfton 
Lord Guernfey 
Vifcount Fordwich 
Vifcount Mahon 
Lord Sherrard 
Vifcount Parker 
Lord Leominfter 
Lord Belford 
Vifcount Chewton 
Vifcount St. Afaph 
Vifcount Peterfham 
Vifcount Lymington 
Lord Brooke 
Lord Hobart 
Vifcount Milton 
Lord Cockermouth 
Vifcount Nuneham 
Lord North 
Lord Brome 
Vifcount Royfton 
Vifcount Barnard 
Lord Stavordale 
Vifcount Cantalupe 
Vifcount Folk done 
Vifcount Althorye 
Vifcount Pitt 
Lord Apflev 
Vifcount Fairford 
Loid Hyde 







88 


1784 Neville Earl of Abergavenny 
♦Gordon Earl of Norwich 
Chetwynd Talbot Earl Talbot 
Grofvenor Earl Grofvtnor 

1786 ♦Murray Earl Strange 

1789 Edgcombe Earl Monntedgcumbe 
Fortefcue Earl Fortefcue 

1790 Digby Earl Digby 
Percy Earl of Beverley 

1792 *Murray Earl of Mansfield 

1793 Herbert Earl of Carnarvon 

1796 Jenkinfon Earl of Liverpool 

180 c Cadogan Earl Cadogan 

Harris Earl of Malmesbury 

1801 St. Clair Erfkine Earl of Rofslyn 
Craven Earl of Craven 
Onflow Eatl of Onflow 
Marfliam Earl of Romney 
Pelham Eail of Chichefler 
Egerton Earl of Wilton 

1804 Clive Earl of Powis 

1805 Nelfon Earl Nebfon 

1806 Pierrepont Earl of Man vers 
Walpole Earl Oiford 
Grey Earl Grey 

1807 Lowther Earl of Lonfdale 

1809 Ryder Earl of Harrowby 

181 a Phipps Earl Mulgrave 

Lafcelles Earl Harewood 

1813 Elliott M. Kynnynmound E.Minto 

1814 *Cathcart Eari Cathcait 

1815 Grimfton Earl of Verulam 
Cuft Earl Brownlow 
Eliot Earl of St Germains 
Parker Earl of Morley 
Bridgman Earl of Bradford 
Lygon Earl Beauchamp 

1821 Scott Earl of Eldon 

Boscawen Earl of Falmouth 
Pen Curzon Howe Earl Howe 
Somers Cocks Earl Somers 
Rous Earl of Stradbroke 


Vifcount Neville 
Lord Gordon 
Vifcount Tngeflrie 
Vifcount Belgrave 
Lord Murray 
Vifcount Valle tort 
Vifcount Ebrington 
Vifcount Colefliill 
Lord Lovaine 
Lord Murray 
Lord Porchefler 
Lord Hawkefbury 
Lord Chelfea 
Vifcount Fitzharris 
Lord Loughborough 
Vifcount Uffifigton 
Vifcount Cranley 
Vifcount Marfham 
Lord Pelham 
Vifc de Wilton Grey 
Vifcount Clive 
Vifcount Merton 
Vifcount Newark 
Lord Walpole 
Vifcount Ho wick 
Viscount Lowther 
Vifcount Sandon 
Vifcount Normanby 
Vifcount Lafcelles 
Vifcount Melgund 
Lord Greenock 
Vifcount Grimfton 
Vifcount Alford 
Lord Eliot ' 

Vifcount Boringdon 
Vifcount Newport 
Vifcount Elmley 
Viscount Encombe 
Viscount Rose 
Viscount Curzon 
Viscount East nor 
Viscount Dunwich 






1823 Stewart Earl Vane 


89 


Viscount Seaham 


VISCOUNTS—ai. 


1549 Devereux Vise. Hereford 
1712 St. John Vise. Bolingbroke 
1721 Byng Vise. Torrington 
1746 Fitzgerald Vise. Leinfter 

1762 Courtney Vise.Courtney 

1763 Ward V. Dudley & Ward 
1766 Maynard Vise. Maynard 
1789 Townlhend Vise. Sydney 

1796 Hood Vise. Hood 

1797 Duncan Vise. Duncan 
1801 Jervi 3 Vise. St. Vincent 

BARONS— 151 . 


1802 Dundas Vise. Melville 
1805 Addington Visc.Sidmouth 
i 806 Anfon Vise. Anfon 
1807 Lake Vise. Lake 

1814 "Gordon Vise. Gordon 

1815 Gower Vise. Granville 

1816 Pellew Vise. Exmouth 
1821 Hutchinson V.Hutchinson 
1823 Beresford Vise. Beresford 

Trench Vise. Claucarty 


1265 Stapleton Ld le Defpencer 
1269 Southwell Lord Clifford 
1296 Tuchet Lord Audley 
3298 Trefufis Lord Clinton 

1307 Brand Lord Dacre 

1308 Bisshopp Ld Dela Zouche 
1448 Stourton Lord Stourton 
1492 Verny Lord W. de Broke 
1553 Howard Lord Howard 
1558 St. John Lord St. John 
1597 ElIisL.HowarddeWalden 
1603 Petre Lord Petrc 

Twisleton Ld Saye& Sele 
1605 Arundel Lord Arundel 
1608 Bligh Lord Clifton 
i 6 r 5 Dormer Lord Dormer 
1616 Roper Lord Teynham 
1640 Jerningham Lord Stafford 
1643 Eyron Lord Byron 
1672 Clifford Lord Clifford 

1711 Boyle Lord Boyle 
♦Hay Drummond Ld Hay 

1712 Willoughby Ld. Middleton 
1716 Cholmondely Ld Newbro r 
1725 King Lord King 
1728 Monfon Lord Monfon 
1741 Bromley Lord Montfoit 
1749 Ponfonby Lord Ponfonbyj 

II 


1760 Watfon Lord Sondes 

1761 Robinfon Lord Grantham 
Curzon l.ord Scarfdalc 
Irby Lord Boflon 

1762 Fox Lord Holland 
Percival Lord Lovell 
Vernon Lord Vernon 

1765 Morton Lord Ducie 
766 *Campbell Lord Sundridge 
1776 Hawke Lord Hawke 
Pitt Lord Rivers 
Foley Lord Foley 
1780 Rice Lord Dynevor 

De Grey Ld Walfingham 
Bagot Lord Bagot 
Fitzroy Ld Southampton 
1782 Norton Lord Grantley 
Rodney Lord Rodney 
1784 Carteret Lord Carteret 
Hill Lord Berwick 
Dutton Lord Sherborne 
Gordon Lord Gordon (M. 
of Huntly) 

c 786 Montagu Scot L.Montagu 
Beresford Lord Tyrone 
Boyle Lord Carleton 
Harbord Lord Suffield 
Carleton Lord Dorchefter 







90 




1788 Kenyon Lord Kenyon 
Griffin Lord Braybrooke 
Amherft Lord Amherft 

179° Chichefter Lord Filher wick 
*Douglas Lord Douglas of 
Douglas 

Gage Lord Gage 
Grenville Lord Grenville 

1791 *Douglas Lord Douglas of 
Lochieven 

179 a Thurlow Lord Thurlow 

1793 Eden Lord Auckland 

1794 Lyttleton Lord Lyttleton 
Ellis Lord Mendip 
Peachey Lord Selfey 
Dundas Lord Dundas 
Pelham Lord Yarborough 

1796 *Stuart Lord Stuart of 

Caftleftuart 
*StewartLdStewart,Garlies 
Stopford Lord Saltersford 
Dawnay Lord Dawnay 
Brodrick Lord Brodrick 
Cakhorpe Lord Calthorpe 
Burrel Lord Gwydir 
Ballet Ld. De Dunftanville 
Rolle Lord Rolle 
Campbell Lord Cawdor 

1797 WelJelley Lord Weilelley 
Smith Lord Carrington 
Townfhend Lord Bayning 
Powlett Lord Bolton 
WodehoufeLd Wodehoufe 
Rulhout Lord Northwick 
Powys Lord Lilford 
Lifter Lord Ribblefdale 

1799 Fitzgibbon Ld. Fitzgibbon 

1801 Moore Lord Moore 
Loftus Lord Loftus 
Proby Lord Carysfort 
Arden Lord Alvaidey 
Abercromby Lord Abercr, 


Fitzherbert Ld. St. Helens 
1803 Mitford Lord Redefdaic 
Law' Lord Ellenborough 
Percival Lord Arden 
Holroyd Lord Sheffield 

1805 Noel Lord Barham 

1806 Erlkine Lord Erlkine 
Browne Lord Monteagle 

*Mentgomry Ld. Ardrofian 

* Maitland Lord Lauderdale 
Forbes Lord Granard 
Crewe Lord Crewe 
Ponfonby Lord Ponfonby 

^Kennedy, Lord Ailfa 
^Campbell, Ld. Bredalbane 
Gardner Lord Gardner 

1807 Sutton Lord Manners 
Gambier, Lord Gambier 

i 8 c> 9 *Hope Lord Hopetoun 
1814 Graham Lord Lynedoch 
Cotton Lord Combermere 
Hill Lord Hill 
i 8 r 5 *Ramfay Lord Dalhoulie . 

* Gordon Lord Meldrum 
*Boyle Lord Rofs 

Cole Lord Grinftead 
Pery Lord Foxford 
Lambe Lord Melbourne 
Spencer Lord Churchill 
Harris Lord Harris 

1816 Percy Lord Prudhoe 

1817 Abbot Lord Colchefter 
1821 Kerr Loid Kerr 

Conyngham Lord Minster 
Butler Lord Ormonde 
*Douglas Lord Wemyss 
Jocelyn Lord Clanbrassil 
King Lord Kingston 
Pakenham Ld Silchester 

* Murray Lord Glenlyon 
Pole Lord Maryborough 
Foster Lord Oriel 






91 


Scott Lord Stowel 1 
Liddel Lord Ravensworth 
Cholmondely L.Delamere 
Forester Lord Forester 

1823 Vansittart Lord Bexley 

1824 Gifford Lord Gifford 
Smythe Lord Penshurt 

1826 O’Brien Lord Tadcaster 


Dc Burgh Lord Somerhill 
Lindsay Lord Wigan 
Knox Lord Ranfurly 
Long Lord Farnborough 
Leycester Lord Detabley 
M‘Kenzie Ld WharnclirTe 
Duncombe Ld Feversham 
Ellis Lord Seaford 


PEERESSES ( 9 ) by Creation or Descent. 
1766 Greville,Cfs. Mansfield 1788 Waller, B. Howe 
1816 Campbell, Css de Grey 
1269 Fitzgerald deRoos,2?.Roo* 

1314 Burrel, B. W. de Eresby 
1322 YelvertonJSGreyd’Ruthyn 


1802 Hill, B. Sandys 

1803 Keith, B. Keith 
1821 Strutt, B. Rayleigh 


London, 
Durham, 

W inchester , 
Lincoln, 


ARCHBISHOPS and BISHO PS, with the sum chargedin the 
King's Books, and the dates of their Ordinations\ 
Canterbury , 1792 Rt Hon. Dr Cha. M. Sutton ; 

York, 1791 Rt Hon. Dr Ldw. V. Vernon 

Bishops. 

1813 Rt Hon. Dr William Howley 
1769 Dr William Van Mildert 
1 787 Dr George Tom line 
18 '2 Hon. Dr George Pelham 
Litchf. andCov. 1815 Hon. Dr Henry Ryder 
St Asaph, 1807 Dr John Lux more 

Bath and IVells, 3812 Dr George Henry Law 
Worcester, 1797 Dr Fol. Herb. Walker Cornwall 929 13 
Chichester, 1821 Dr Robert James Carr 

Bangor, 1800 DrHenrv William Majendie 

Exeter, 1820 Dr William Carey 

St David's, 1803 hr J. B. Jenkinsnn 

Salisbury, 1803 Dr 1 ho mas Burgess 

Norwich, 1805 Dr Henry Bathurst 

Hertford, 1802 Dr George Isaac Huntingford 

Carlisle, 1807 Dr Samuel Goodenough 

Bristol, 1820 Dr John Kaye 

Rochester, 1808 Dr Walker King 

Ely, 1809 Dr Bowyer Edward Sparke 

Chester, 1824 Dr Charles James Bloomfield 

Gloucester, 1824 I)rC. Bethel 

Peterborough , 1816 Dr Herbert Marsh 

Oxford, 1815 Hon. Dr Edward Legge 

Llandaff, 1819 I)rCharles Richard Sumner 

Sodor and Man, 1813 Dr Geo. Murray, not a Lord of Parliament 


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92 

HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

ENGLAND and WALES—513. 



Right Hon. Charles Manners Sutton, Speaker, 60001. 


1 Abingdon, 

John Maberly 
2 Agmondesham , 

T Tyrwhitt Drake 
W Tyrwhitt Drake 

3 Aidborough, Yorks . 
Clinton J F Clinton 
Sir Alex. Grant, ht. 

4 A Idcburgh , Suffolk , 
Joshua Walker 
John Wilson Croker 

5 Andover , 

Sir J Wal. Pollen, bt 
Thomas A Smith, jun. 

6 Anglesea , 

Earl of Uxbsidge 

7 Appleby , 

Hon. Henry Tufton 
Viscount Maitland 

8 Arundel , 
Eduard Lombe, jun. 
John Atkins 

9 Ashburton , 

Rt. Hon. W S Bourne 
Sir L V Palk, bt 

10 Aylesbury, 
Lord Nugent 
William Rickford 

11 Banbury , 
Hon. ArthurC Legge 

12 Barnstaple, 
Frederirk Hodgson 
Henry Alexander 
13 Bath, 

Lord .John l'liynne 
Earl of hrecknock 
14 Beaumaris , 

Sir Rob. Williams, bt 
15 Bedfordshire, 
Thomas P Macqueen 
Marquis of Tavistock 
16 Bedford, 

Lord G W Russell 


W II Whitbread 
17 Great Bed win, 

Rt Hon. Sir J Nichols 
knt 

John Jacob Buxton 

18 Bceralston, 
Lord Lovaine 
Hon. PAshburnham 

19 Berkshire , 
Charles Dundas 
Robert Palmer 

20 Berwick , 
Marcus Beresford 
John Gladstone 

21 Beverley, 
John Stewart 
Charles H Ratley 

22 Bewdley , 
Wilson A Roberts 

23 Bishop's Castle , 
William Holmes 
Eduard Rogers 

24 Blerhingly , 
William Russell 
Charles Tennyson 

25 Bodrnyn, 
Davies Gilbert 
Horace B Seymour 
2G Boroughbridge, 
E. M. Mundy 
Henry Dawkins 

27 Bossiney, 
Hop. J. S. Wortley 
Ed ward Rose Tur.no 

28 Boston , 
Gilbert J Heathcote 
Neil Malcolm 

29 Brackley, 

R H Bradshaw 
James Bradshaw 

30 Bramber , 
Johu Irving 

Hon. F. G. C«lthorpe 


31 Breconshire, 
Thomas Wood 
32 Brecon , 

Geo Gould Morgan 

33 Bridgenorth, 
Thomas V^hitmore 
W W W hitmore 

34 Bridgewater, 
William Astell 
Charles K K Tvnte 

35 Bridport, 

Sir H D C St Paul,ht 
Henry Warburton 
36 Bristol, 
Richard Hart Davis 
Henry Bright 
37 Buckinghamshire, 
Marquis of Chandos 
Hon Robert J Smith 
38 Buckingham , 
Sir Geo Nugent, bt 
Rt H n. WIIF remantle 
39 Bury, St Edmunds 
Earl of E us ton 
Earl Jermyn 
40 Calling ton, 
Alexander Baring 
Matthias Attwooa 
41 Caine, 

Hon. Jas A bercromby 
Sir James Macdonald 

42 Cambridgeshire, 
Lord Chas S Manners 
Lord F G Osborne 

43 Cambridge Univ. 
Viscount Palmerston 
Sir John S Copley, kt 

44 Cambridge, 
Marquis of Gratiain 
F W Trench 

45 C amt lford, 
Mark Mil bank 
Sheldon Crudock 









46 Canterbury , 

S It Lushington 
Lord Clifton 

47 Cardiff y 
Lord P J II C Stuart 
48 Cardiganshire , 
Win Edward Powell 

49 Cardigan, 
Pryse Pryse 

50 Carlisle, 

Sir J R G Graham,bt 
Sir PMusgrave, bt 
51 Carmarthenshire , 
Hon. Geo R R Trevor 

52 Carmarthen , 
John Jones 
58 Carnarvonshire , 
Lord New borough 

54 Carnarvon, 
Loid William Paget 

55 Castle-Rising, 
Lord II Cholmondely 
lion. FG Howard 

56 Cheshire , 
Davies Davenport 
Wilbraham Egerton 

57 Chester, 
Viscount Belgrave 
Hon. Rob. Grosvenor 

58 Chichester, 
Lord J G Lennox 
W. S. Poyntz 

59 Chippenham, 
Ebenezer F Maitland 
Frederick Gye 

60 Christchurch, 

Rt Hn. Sir G 11 Rose 
George Pitt Rose 

6 1 Cirencester , 
Lord Apsley 
Joseph Crlpps 

62 C lithe row, 
Hon. Robert Curzon 
ilon. P F Cost 

63 Cockermouth , 
Viscount Garlies 
Win W C Wil on 

64 Colchester, 

Sir Geo H Smyth, bt 


93 

Daniel W Harvey 
65 Corfc Castle , 
John Rond 
George Rankes 

66 Cornwall, 

Sir R R Vyvyan, bt 
Ed. W W Pendarvis 

67 Coventry, 
Richard E Heathcote 
Thomas B Fyler 

68 Cricldacle , 
Joseph Pitt 
Robert Gordon 

69 Cumberland, 
Sir John!Lowther, bt 
John C Curwen 

70 Dartmouth, 
John Bastard 

J. H. Cooper, 

71 Denbighshire, 
Sir W W \V\im,bt 
72 Denbigh, 
Frederick R West 
73 Derbyshire, 

Ld G A H Cavendish 
Francis Mundy 
74 Derby, 

II F C Cavendish 
Samuel Cioiupton 
75 Devizes, 

John Pearse 
George W Taylor 

76 Devonshire, 
Edmund P Bastard 
Sir T D Ackland, bt 

77 Dorsetshire , 
Henry Rankes 

E B Portman 

78 Dorchester , 
Robert Williams 
Hon. A W \ Cooper 

79 Dover, 

E B Wrlbraham 
Charles P Thomson 

80 Downton, 
Thos E G B Estcourt 
Robert Southey 

81 Droitvcidi, 
Earl of Sefton 


John H. H. Foley 
82 Dumcich, 
Michael Bai ne 
Andrew Arcedeckne 
83 Durhamshire , 
John Geo Lambton 
lion. WJFPowlett 
84 Durham , 

M Angelo Taylor 
Sir Henry Hardinge 
85 Essex, 

Sir Eiiah Harvey 
Chas Call is Western 
86 Evesham, 

Sir C Cockerell, bt 
Edward Protheroe 
87 Exeter, 
Samuel T Kekewich 
Lewis Wm Buck 
88 Eye, 

Sir E Kerrison 
Sir M Nighiingall 
89 Flintshire, 

Sir Thos Most) n, bt 

90 Flint, 

Sir EP Lloyd, bt 

91 Fowey, 

Hon. Robert H Eden 
George Lucy 

92 Gallon, 

Hon. William Scott 
Ylich G Prendergast 
93 Glamorganshire, 
Sir Christopher Cole 

91 Gloucestershire, 
Lord R E H Somerset 
Sir B W Guise, bt 

95 Gloucester, 
Edward Webb 

R Bransby Cooper 

96 Grantham, 
Frederick J Talmash 
Mont J Cholmeley 

97 Great Grimsby , 
Charles W T ood 
George F Heneage 

98 East Grinsicad , 

4 Lord Sirathavon 

Hon, C Jenkinson 








T7 


99 Guildford , 
George C Norton 
Arthur Onslow 

100 Ualleston 
Marq. of Carmarthen 
Lord J N Townshend 

101 Hampshire , 
John Fleming 
SirWm Heathcote, bt 

102 Harwich, 

J. C Herries 
N icolas C Tindal 

103 Haslemere , 

Rt Hn. Sir J Beckett 
G. L. Thomson 

104 Hastings , 

Sir William Curtis, bt 
Sir C Wetherell, kt 

105 Haverfordwest , 
Richard B f Philips 
106 Hedoiiy 
John Bail lie 
Thomas H Villiers 
107 Herefordshire , 
S?r J G Cottereli, bt 
Robert Price 

108 Hereford , 
Lord Vi*c East nor 
Edward Bolton Clive 
110 Hertfordshire, 
Sir J S Sebright, bt 
.Nicolson Calvert 

1J1 Hertford , 
Thomas Byron 
Thomas S Buncombe 


91 


117 Huntingdonshire, 
Viscount Mandeville 
W H Fell owes 
118 Huntingdon 
John Calvert 
James Stuart 

119 Hylhe, 

S Marjoribanks 

Sir Rob. T Farquhar. 
hart 

120 Ipswich, 
Will. Haldimaxid 
Robert To>rens 

121 Jvelchester , 
Richard Sharp 
John Williams 
122 Kent , 

W P Honeywood 
SirK Knatchbull, bt 
123 King's Lynn, 
Lord Win A Bentinck 
Hon. John Walpole 


124 Kingston on Hull John Buller 


112 Heutesbury , 
F H A’Court 


Henry S Northcote 
113 Higham Ferrers . 
Hon. F C Ponsonby 

114 Hindoo, 

Hon. G M Fortescue 
lion. A G Calthorpe 

115 Ho niton, 
Josiah John Guest 
Harry Baines Lott 

116 Horsham , 
Robert Hurst 
Hod. Henry Fox 


Augustus J O’Neill, 
Daniel Sykes 
125 Knaresborough , 
Rt Hon. G Tierney 
SirJas Mackintosh, kt 

125 Lancashire , 
John Blackburne 
Lord Stanley 

127 Lancaster , 

J F Caw (home 
Thomas Green 

128 Launceston , 
James Brogden 
Hon. P B Pel lew 

129 Leicestershire , 
Lord Robert Manner- 
GA Legh Keck 

130 Leicester , 

Sir C A Hastings, bt 
Robert Otway Cave 

131 Leominster, 
Lord Hot ham 
Rowland Stephenson 

132 Lestwithiel , 
Viscount Valletort 
Sir Alex Cray Grant 


133 Lewes, 
Thomas Read Kemp 
Sir John Shelle\, bt 

134 Lincolnshire , 
Charles Chaplin 
Sir W. fngilby 
135 Lincoln, 
TohnN Fazakerley 
Chas I) W Sibthorp 
135 Liskeard, 
Lord Eliot 
Sir W H Pringle 

137 Litch field , 

Sir George Anson 
George G V Vernon 

138 Liverpool, 

Rt Hn. W. Husk isson 
Baac Gascoyne 

139 East Lone, 
Jas D B Elphinstone 
Hor. W S Lascelles 

140 West Looe , 


Charles Buller 
141 London, 
William Thompson 
Robert Waitliman 
William Ward 
Matthew Wood 
142 Ludgershall, 
Hon. G J W A Ellis 
Edward Thos Foley 
143 Ludlow, 
Viscount Clive 
Hon. R Henry Clive 

144 Lyme Regis, 
Hon. Henrv S l ane 
John T Fane 

145 Lymingtoi i, 
Walter Boyd 
Guy L Prendergast 

146 Maulstoney 
John Wells 

W Roharts 
147 Maldon , 
Hon. G M A WA Win 
Thomas B Lennard 
148 Malmesbury , 
Sir Chas Forbes, bt 









John Forbes 
149 Malton, 

J C Ramsden 
Viscount .Normandy 

150 Marlborough, 
Earl Bruce 

Lord Biudenell 

151 Great Marlow , 
Owen Williams 

T Peers Williams 

152 Merionethshire , 
Sir R W Vaughan 

153 Middlesex , 
George Byng 

SC Whitbread 

154 Midhurst, 
John Smith 
Abel Smith 

155 Milborne Party 
Lord Graves 
Arthur Chichester 
156 Min eke ad, 

II Fo tv lies Lutttell 
James Blair 
157 Monmouthshire, 
Sir Chas Morgan, bt 
Lord (i C H Somerset 
158 Monmouthy 
IVlarq of Worcester 
159 Montgomeryshire, 
Right Hon. C. W. W. 
Wynn 

160 Montgomery , 
Henry Clive 

161 Morpeth, 
William Ord 
Viscount Morpeth 

162 Newark, 

Sir W H Clinton 
Henrv Willoughby 

133 Netccas • un. Lyme . 
R J Wiiraot Horton 
Richard. Borradaiie 
164 Newcast.up Tyne , 
Sir M White Ridley, 
bare. 

Cuthbert Ellison 
1.63 Nevruorty Corn. 
Jonathan Kaine 


95 

Hon. C G B Percy 
166 Newport^ Hants, 
Rt Hon. Geo Canning 
Hon. Wm H J Scott 

167 Newton, Lane . 
Thomas Legh 
Thomas Alcock 

168 Newton, Hants, 
Hudson Gurney 
Charles C Cavendish 

169 Norfolk, 
Thomas W Coke 
Edmond Wodehouse 

170 Northallerton , 
Hon. Hefnry Lascelle* 
Sir Johh P Beresford 

171 Northamptonsh. 
Wm R Cartwright 
Viscount Althoip 

172 Northampton, 
v ir G Robinson, bt 
W L Maherly 
173 Northumberland. 
Hon. H T Liddell 
Matthew Bell 
174 Norwich, 
William Smith 
Jonathan Peel 
175 Nottinghamshire, 
Erank Sot heron 
John Saville Burnley 

176 Nottingham, 
Joseph Birch 
Lord Rancliffe 

177 Okehampton, 
Sir Comp Domville 
Joseph H Strutt 

178 Orfordy 
Horace BS Seymour 
Sir Henry F Cooke 

179 Oxfordshire, 
Wm Henry Ashurst 
John Fane 

180 Oxford Univ. 

Rt Hon. R Peel 
Thos G B Estcourt 

181 Oxfbrd City, 
Janies H Largton 

J Ingram Lockhart 


182 Pembrokeshire, 
Sir John Owen, bt 
183 Pembroke., 
Hugh Owen Owen 
184 Penryn, 
David Barclay 
William Manning 
18.5 Peterborough, 
Sir Robeit Heron, bt 
James Scarlett 

186 Peters field, 
Hylton Jolliiie 
William Marshall 

187 Plymouth, 

Sir Wm CoDgreve, bt 
Sir T B Martin 

188 Plimpton Earle, 
Hon. Geo Edgeumbe 
Gibbs C Antrobus 
189 Pontefract., 
Thomas Rouidsworth 
Le Gendre N Starkee 
190 Poole, 

Benj Lester Lester 
Hon. W F S Ponsouby 
191 Portsmouth, 
John Carter 
Francis Baring 
192 Preston , 

Hon. EG SStanley 
John Wood 
193 Queenborough, 
John Capel 
Lord Downes 
194 Radnorshire, 
Walter Wilkins 
]95New Radnor, 
Richard Price 

196 Reading , 

J Berkeley Mouck 
George Spence 

197 Reigate, 

^ir J S Yorke 
James Cocks 

198 East Retford , 
Hon. Sir RL Ounda» N 
Wm B Wrightson 
199 Richmond, 
Hon. Thomas Dundas 
















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~ — 

SBM Barrett 
200 Rip pon, 
RtHon.FJ Robinson 
L'uincelot Shad well 

201 Rochester , 
Hon. Henry Duudas 
Ralph Bernal 

202 Neio Romney , 
GUI) Pennant 
George Win Tapps 

203 Rutlandshire , 
Sir Geo Noel Noel, bl 
Sir G Heath cote, bt. 

204 Rye, 

Rich Arkwright,jun. 
Henry Bonham 

205 St. Albans, 
Christopher Smith 
John Kasthope 

206 St Germains , 

Rt lion. C Arbuthnot 
Charles Ross 

207 St Ives, 

Sir Chas ilaw kins, bt 
James Halse 

208 St 31 awes, 
SirS B Mori and, bt 
Sir C Carrington, kt 

209 St Michael, 
Henry Labouchere 
William Leake 

210 Salop, 

Sir Rowland llill 
J. C. Pelham 

211 Saltash, 

And. SpottEwoode 
Henry Monteith 

212 Sandwich, 

Sir E W C R Owen 
Joseph Marryatt 

213 New Sarum, 
Viscount Folkstone 
Wad ham Wyndham 

214 Old Sarum , 
James Alexander 
Josias l) Alexander 

215 Scarborough 7 
Rt Hon. C M Sutton 
lion. Edm Phipps 


96 

216 Seaford, 
Augustus F Ellis 
John Fitzgerald 
217 Shaftesbury , 
Ralph Leycester" 

Ed D Davenport 
218 New Sho reham, 
Sir C M Burrell, bt 
Henry Howard 
219 Shrewsbury , 
Panton Corbett 
Robert A Slaney 

220 Somersetshire , 
Win Dickenson 

Sir T, B. Lethbridge, 
bart. 

221 Southampton , 
W Chamberlayne 
Abel Rous Dottin 

222 Southwark , 
Charles Calvert 
Sir Robert T Wilson, 
knt. 

223 Staffordshire, 
Ed w John Lyttleton 
Sir J. Wrottesly 

224 Stafford, 
Richard Ironmonger 
Ralph Benson 

225 Stamford , 
Lord Thomas Cecil 
rhomas Chaplin 

226 Steyning, 
George Rich Philips 
Peter Du Cane 

227 Stockbridge , 
rhonia- Grosvenor 
George Wilbraham 

228 Sudbury, 
John Wilks,jun. 
Bethel Walrond 

229 Suffolk, 

T Sherlock Gooch 
Sir Wm Rowley, bt 

230 Surry , 

Wm Joseph Denison 
Charles N Palmer 

231 Sussex , 
Waller Burrell 


EJ Curteis 

232 Tam worth. 
Lord C Townsheud 
Wm Yates Peel 

233 Tavistock, 
RtHn. LordW Russell 
Viscount Ebringtoo 

234 Taunton , 

H nry Seymour 
William Peachy 

235 Tewkesbury , 

J E Dowdesw.ell 
John Martin 
236 Thetford, 
Lord Charles Fitzroy 
Wm B Baring 
237 Thirsk, 
Robert Frankland 
Robert G Rus:-ell 

238 Tiverton , 
Viscount Sandon 
Rt Hon. R Ryder 

239 Totness, 

T P Courtenay 
Viscount Barnard 

210 Tregony , 
James Adam Gordon 
James Mackillop 
211 Truro, 
Lord EJH Somerset 
Wm Ed Tomline 
242 Wallingford , 
W L Hughes 
Geo James Robarts 
243 Wareham , 
John Cal craft 
Charles Baring Wall 
244 Warwickshire, 
Dugdale S Dugdale 
Francis Lawiey 
245 Warwick, 
lion. Sir C J Greville 
John Tomes 
246 Wells, 
Charles Wm Fay lor 
John Paine Tudway 
247 Wendover , 
Samuel Smith 
George Smith 






248 Wenfock , 
Hon. J G W Forester 
Haul B Thompson 
249 Weobly , 

Sir George Cockburn 
Lord WmThvnne 
250 Westbury , 

Sir M M Lopes, bt 
RtH. SirGWarrender 
251 Westminster , 
Sir Fras Burdett, bt 
John G Hobhouse 

252 Westmoreland , 
Visrount Lowther 
Hon. H C Lowther 

253 Weymouth and 
Melcombe Regis, 

Rt Hon. T Wallace 
Masterton Ure 
Thomas F Buxton 
John Gordon t 
254 Whitchurch 
Samuel Scott 
Hon. J RTowashend 


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255 Wigan, 
James Alex Hudson 
James Lindsay 

256 Wilton, 

J H Perruddocke 
Edward Baker 

257 Wiltshire , 
John Benett 

Sir J I) Astley, bt 

258 Winckelsea , 
Henry Brougham 
Viscount Howirk 

259 Winchester , 

P St John Mildmay 
Sir Edw. Hyde East, 

bart. 

260 Windsor , 
John Ramsbottom 
Sir Richard H Vivian 

261 iVete Woodstock , 
Marq. of Blandford 
Lord Ashley 

262 Wootton Basset , 
Horace Twiss 


SCOTLAND.—45. 


George Philips 
263 Worcestershire , 
Hon. H B Lygoii 
Sir T Winning!on, bt 
264 Worcester, 

T H H Davies 
George R Robinson 

265 Chipping Wycomb 
Sir J D King, bt 

Sir Thos Baring, bt 

266 Great Yarmouth , 
Hon. George Anson 
Charles E Kumbold 

267 Yarm. Hants , 
Lord Binning 
Joseph Phillimore 
268 Yorkshire , 
Viscount Milton 
Hon. Wm Duneombe 
Richard F Wilson 
John Marshall 
269 For*, 
Marmaduke Wyvill 
Janies Wilson 


1 Aberdeen. Hon. W Gordon 

2 Argyle , W. Fred. Campbell 

3 y/yr, Lt Gen J Montgomerie 

A Banff, Fail of Fife 

5 Berwick , Hon. Ant. Maitland 

6 Bute.fyc. lion.James Sinclair 
7 -Clackm.fyc. Geo. Ed. Graliani 

8 Dumbarton , Jo. Campbell, jr. 

9 Dumfries , Ad Sir W J Hope 

10 Edinburgh , Sir George Clerk 

11 Elgin <& Moray , HnF W Grant 

12 /A/e, Capt James Weinyss 

13 Forfar , Hon. Wm Maule 

14 Haddington , Lord John Hay 

15 Inverness , Rt Ha. ChasGram 


COUNTIES. 


16 Kincardine , Hn.H.Arbuthpot 

17 Kirkcudbright , RC Fergusson 

18 Lanark , Lord A Hamilton 

19 Linlithgow , Hon. Sir A Hope 

20 Nairn, tyc. Dun. Davidson, ]!*. 

21 Orkney , Hon. G II L 1 ) mid as 

22 Peebles , Sir J Montgomery 

23 Perth, Sir George Murray 

24 Renfrew , John Maxwell 

25 Sir J W Mackenzie 

26 Roxburgh , Hen F Scott,j«n. 

27 Selkirk , W Elliot Lockhart 

28 Stirling , H J1 Drummond 

29 Sutherland, Lord F L Gower 

30 Wigton, Sir W. Maxwell 


ROROUGHS. 

31 Aberdeen, Inverbervie, Montr. Arbr. Brechin , Joseph Hume 

32 Ayr, Irvine , Rothsay , Cambeltown , Inverary , T F Kennedy 

33 Crail, Kilrenny , E. & Anstruther , Pilten. James Balfour 

34 Bumf Sanquhar. Annan, Lochtn. Kirkcudb . W R K Do iglas 

35 Dysart, Kirkcaldy, Kinghorn , Burntisland, Sir R C Fergusson 

36 Edinburgh , Right Hoh. William DuucLls 











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57 Elgin, Cullen, Banff, Inverury, Kinloro, Hon. Alex. Duff 

38 Forfar, Perth, Dundee, Cupar, St Andrews, lion. M Lindsay 

39 Fnrtrose, Inverness, Nairn, & Forres, Robert Grant 

40 Glasgow, Renfrew, Rutherglen, Dumbarton, Arch Campbell 

41 Hadd. Dunbar, IS.Berwick, Lauder, Jedb. Ado]. J Datrymple 

42 Inverkeith Dtinferm. Queensf. Culr. Stirling, Robert Do wide 
48 Kirkwall, Wick, Dornoch, Dingwall, Tain, Sir Hugh limes 

44 Selkirk, Peebles, Linlithgow, & Lanark, Adam Hay 

45 Wigton, Stranraer, N. Galloway, Whithorn, John H Lowther 

" IRELAND.—100. 



1 Antrim county, 
Hon. J B R O’Neil 
Ed 41ex M‘Naughtan 

2 Armagh county, 
Hon. H Caulfield 
Charles Brownlow 

3 Armagh town, 

Rt Hon. H Goulburn 

4 Alhlone, 

Rich Handcock, jun. 

5 Bandon Bridge, 
Viscount Duncanuon 

6 Belfast, 

Earl of Belfast 

7 Carlow county, 
Henry Bruen 
Thomas Kavanagh 

8 Carlow town. 
Lord Tullamore 

9 Car rick fergus, 

Sir Arthur Chichester 

10 Cas hell, 

K J Collett 

11 Cavan county, 
Henry Maxwell 
Alex Saunderson 

12 Clare county, 
RtHn.WV Fitzgerald 
Lucius O’Brien 

13 Clonmel, 

J H M Dawson 

14 Coleraine, 

Sir J W II Brydges 

15 Cork county, 
Viscount Emits mo re 
Hon. Robert King 

16 Cork city, 
Hon. CM Hutch in-on | 


Sir N. C. Colthurst, 
hart. 

17 Donegal county, 
George V Hart 
Earl Moont-Charles 

18 Down county, 
Lord Arthur Hill 
Viscount Castlereagh 

19 Downpatrick, 

J W Maxwell 

20 Drogheda, 
Peter Van llomrigh 
21 Dublin county, 
Henry White 
R W Talbot 

22 Dublin city, 
George Moore 
Henry Grattan 
23 Dublin college, 
RtHnWin C Plunkett 
24 Dundalk, 
Charles Barclay 

25 Dungannon, 
Hon. Thomas Knox 

26 DungarvaHi 
Hon. George Lamb 

27 Ennis, 
Thomas F Lewis 

28 Enniskillen, 
Richard Maginnis 
29 Fermanagh county 
Viervyn Archdall 
Viscount Corry 
3 * Galway county, 
James Daly 
Richard Martin 
31 Galway town, 
James O’Hara 


32 Kerry county, 

Rt Hon. M Fitzgerald 
William Hare 

33 Kildare county. 
Lord W Fitzgerald 
Robert Lutouche 

34 Kilkenny county, 
lion. C H B Clarke 
Viscount Duncanuon 

35 Kilkenny town, 
John Doherty 

36 King's county, 
Thomas Bernard 
Lord Oxinantown 

37 Kinsale, 
John Russell 

38 Leitrim county, 
Samuel White 
Viscount Clements 

39 Limerick county, 
ilon. R H Fitzgibbon 
Thomas Lloyd 

40 Limerick city, 
Thomas Spring Rice 
41 Lisburn, 
Henry Meynell 

42 Londonderry co. 
Geo Robert Dawson 
Alex Robert Stewart 
13 Londonderry city, 
Rt Hon. Sir GF Hill 
44 Longford county, 
Viscount Forbes 
Sir Geo It Fetherston, 

hart. ' 

45 Louth county, 
Alexander Dawson 
John Leslie Foster 








46 Mallow, 
Charles D O Jephson 

47 Mayo county, 
Lord Bingham 
James Browne 

48 Meath county , 
Karl ofBective 

Sir M Somerville, ht 
49 Monaghan county, 
Evelyn John Shirley 
Hon. H R Westenra 
50 Nciory, 
lion. John 11 Knox 

51 Portar ling ton , 
James Farquhar 

52 Queen 1 * county, 
Sir C 11 Coole, ht 
Sir H Parnell, bt 


99 

53 Roscommon ca, 
Arthur French 
Hon. Robert King 
54 New Ross, 
William Wigram 

55 Sligo county, 
Hon. H. King 

E S Cooper 

56 Sligo tcwn, 
Owen W ynne 

57 Tipperary county , 
Hon. Fr A Prittie 
John H Hutchinson 
58 Tralee , 
James Cuflfe 
59 Tyrone county, 
William Stewart 
Hon. Hen T L Corry 


60 Waterford county, 
Richard Power 
Henry Yilliers Stuart 
61 Water ford city , 
RtHnSirJNewport,b 
62 Westmeath county , 
Gustavus Rochfort 
Hugh Morgan Tuite 
6< Wexford county, 
R S Carew , jun. 
Viscount Stopford 

64 Wexford town, 
Henry Evans 

65 Wicklow county , 
lion. G L Pro by 
James Grattan 

66 Yonghall, 
Hon. GeoPonsonby 


CLERKS and OFFICERS of the HOUSE of PEERS. 

Earl of Shaftesbury, Chairman of Committees, Rt Hon. Sir G II 
Rose, Clerk of Parliament, W Courtenay, Esq; Assist 
C Philip Rose, Esq; Reading Clerk fy Clk of Private Committees 
EGWalmisley, Clerk of Journals, Edw Parratt, Copying-Clerk 
Robert Harvey Strachan, Clerk of Enrolments 
Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt, knt. Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod 
Robert Quarme, Yeoman Usher, GF Seymour, Serjt-at-Arms 


CLERKS and OFFICERS of the HOUSE of COMMONS. 

J Henry Ley, Chief Clerk —J Rickman, W Ley, Clerk Assis 
T Dyson, Clerk of the Committees of Privileges and Electionsts 
R Jones, Assistant Clerk of ditto 

John Dorington, Clerk of the Fees .—J E Dorington, Assist ditto 
Edward Stracey, John Benson, Arthur Benson, and John Doring¬ 
ton, Principal Committee Clerks 

S Gunnell, W G Rose, R Chalmers, T Beeby, Bp.Committee Clks 
G Whittam,jun. G White, Assists ditto 

G. Dyson, R. Gibbons, A. Jones, Other Clerks who occasionally 
attend upon Committees 

George Whittam, Clerk of Journals and Papers— 3 Bull, Assist 
Edward Stracey, David Jones, Clerks of the Ingrossments 
W Gunnell, Assistant Clerk of Ingrossments 
E Johnston, W Hawes, Clerksin the Private Bill Office 
K Johnston, T Beeby, G White, R Chalmers, A Dickinson, G 
Whittmn,jun., W Hawes, R Jones, C Gandy, S Gunnell, jun., 
G Dyson/R Gibbons, TGudge, C Rowland, A Jones, and C 
White. Clerks in the Offices of Chief Clerk, according to SeJiiority 
William Brodie Gurney, Short Hand Writer 
Henry Seymour, Serjeant at Arw&— Jt>hn Clementaon, Dcp* 











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IRELAND. 


PEERS OF THE BLOOD ROYAL. 


1784 His Royal Highnefs Frederick, Earl of Ulfter 
1789 His Royal Highnefs William Henry, Earl of Munfter 
1799 His Royal Highnefs Ernefl Auguflus, Earl of Armagh 
1801 His Royal Highnefs Augustus Frederick, Baron Arklow 
His Royal Highnefs Adolphus Frederick, E. of Tipperary 
1764 His Royal Highnefs William Frederick, E. of Connaught 


DUKE—I. 

1766 Fitz-Gerald Duke of Leinfter 

MARQUISSES— 14 . 

1786 Beresford Marquis of Waterford 

1789 Hill Marquis of Down (hire 

1791 Chichefter Marquis of Donnegal 
Moore Marquis of Diogheda 

1799 Wellefley Marquis of Wellelley 

1800 O’Brien Marquis of Thomond 
Taylour Marquis of Headfoit 
Browne Marquis of Sligo 
Loftus Marquis of Ely 

1816 Stewart Marquis of Londonderry 
Conyngham Marq of Conyngham 

1822 Nugent Marquis of Weflmeath 

1825 Butler Marquis of Ormonde 

De Burgh Marq. of Clanricarde 


Eldejl Sons . 
Marquis of Kildare 


Earl of Tyrone 
Earl of Hillfborough 
Earl of Belfafl 
Viscount Moore 
Earl of Mornington 
Earl of Inchiquin 
Earl of Be&ive 
Earl of Altamont 
Vifcount Loftus 
Vifcount Calllereagh 
Earl of Mount-Charles 
Lord Delvin 
Earl of Ossory 
Lord Dunkellin 


EARLS— 69 . 


1620 Boyle Earl of Cork & Orrery 
1622 Fielding Earl of Defmond 

1627 Brabazon Earl of Meath 

1628 Plunkct Earl of Fingal 
1647 Lambert Earl of Cavan 

1661 Talbot Eof Waterford & Wexford 
1684 Forbes Earl of Granard 
1699 Dc Ginkell Earl of Athlone 
i;i; Fitzwilliam Earl Fitzwilliam 


Vifcount Dungarvan 
Vifcount Callan 
Lord Ardee 
Lord Killeen 
Vifcount Kilcourfic 
Lord Talbot 
Vifcount Forbes 
Lord Aghrim 
Vifcount Milton 





101 

1722 Petty E. of Kerry & Shelburne 
1725 Bligh Earl of Darnley 
1733 Percival Earl of Egmont 
1739 Ponfonby Earl of Befborough 
1748 Butler Earl of Carrick 
1756 Boyle Earl of Shannon 

1759 Duff Earl of Fife 

1760 Ludlow Earl of Ludlow 

1761 Carpenter Earl of Tyrconnel 

1762 Gore Earl of Arran 
Stopford Earl Courtown 

1763 Leefon Earl of Miltown 
Caulfield Earl of Charlemont 

1766 Tournour Earl ofWinterton 

1767 St Lawrence Earl of Howth 

1768 King Earl of Kingston 
1771 Molyneux Earl of Sefton 

Jocelyn Earl of Roden 

1776 Vaughan Earl of Lifburne 
Mead Earl of Clanwilliam 
Temple Earl of Nugent 

1777 Stratford Earl of Aldborough 
1781 Moore Earl ot Mount CafheJl 
1785 Pakenham Earl of Longford 

Dawfon Earl of Portarlington 
Luttrcll Earl of Carhampton 
Bourke Earl of Mayo 
1789 Annefley Earl of Annefley 
Cole Earl of Ennifkillen 
Creighton Earl of Erne 
Proby Earl of Carysfort 
1793 Butler Earl of Kilkenny 

Annefiey Earl of Mountnorris 
Cuffe Earl of Defart 
Scott Earl of Clonmell 
Howard Earl of Wicklow 
1795 Fitzgibbon Earl of Clare 
Clements Earl of Leitrim 
Bingham Earl of Lucan 
1797 Corrv Earl Belmore 

Mathew Earl of Landaff 
1800 O’Neil Earl O’Neil 

I 3 


Vifcount Clanmaurice 
Lord Clifton 
Lord Perceval 
Vifcount Duncannon 
Vifcount Ikerrin 
Viscount Boyle 
Viscount Macduff 
Vifcount Prefton 
Vifcount Carlingford 
Vifcount Sudley 
Vifcount Stopford 
Vifcount Rufborough 
Vifcount Caulfield 
Viscount Tournour 
Vifcount St Lawrence 
Vifcount Kingfborough 
Vifcount Molyneux 
Vifcount Jocelyn 
Lord Vaughar* 

Lord Gilford 
Vifcount Clare 
Lord Baltinglass 
Lord Kilworth 
Lord Pakenham 
Vifcount Carlow 
Lord Irnham 
Lord Naas 
Vifcount Glerawly 
Lord Mountflorence 
Vilcount Creighton 
Lord Proby 
Vifcount Mountgarret 
Vifcount Valentia 
Vifcount Caftle Cuffe 
Lord Earlsfort 
Viscount Clonmore 
Vifcount Fitzgibbon 
Vifcount Clements 
Lord Castlebar 
Vifcount Corry 
Vifcount Mathew 
Vifcount Raymond 





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102 


1800 Bernard Earl of Bandon Vifcount Bernard 

Stewart Earl Caftleftewart Vifcount Stewart 

Hutchinfon Earlof Donoughmore Lord Suirdale 


Alexander Earl of Caledon 
Browne Earl of Kenmare 
1803 Pery Earl of Limerick 

Trench Earl of Clancarty 
1806 Achefon Ear\ of Gosford 
Parsons Earl of Rode 
Agar Earl of Normantown 
1816 Gardiner Earl of Blessington 
White Earl of Bantry 
Butler Earl of Glengall 
Plolroyd Earl of Sheffield 
182a Needham Earlof Kilmorey 
Monck Earl of Rathdown 
Hare Earl of Listowcll 


Vifcount Alexander 
Vifcount Caftleroffe 
Vifcount Glentworth 
Vifcount Dunlo 
Lord Achefon 
Lord Oxmanton 
Vifcount Somerton 
Vifcount Mountjoy 
Vifcount Beerhaven 
Vifcount Caher 
Vifcount Pevenfey 
Vifc. Newry & Morne 
Viscount Monck 
Viscount Ennismore 


Quin E.ofDunraven&Mount Earl Viscount Adare 


VISCOUNTS—. 


1478 

1620 

162: 

1622 


1629 

1646 

1661 

1680 

1700 

1716 

1717 


1719 

1720 
1722 


Prefton, Visc.Gorm an (ton 
Villiers, Vise. Grandifon 
Lee, Vise. Dillon 
Saunderson, V. Lumlcy 
Smythe, Vise. Scrangford 
Taaffe, Vise. TaafTe 
Jones, Vise. Ranelagh 
Fitzwilliam V.Fitzwilliam 
Barnewall, V. Kingsland 
Cholmcndely, Vise. Chol- 
mondely 

Dawney, Vise. Downe 
Hamilton, Vise. Strabane 
MolefworthV.Molefworth 
Chetwynd, V. Chctwynd 
Brodrick, V. Middleton 
Hamilton, Vise. Boyne 
Allen, Vise. Allen 
Grimfton, Vise. Grimfton 
Barrington, V. Barrington 
Gage, Vise. Gage 
Temple, Vise. Palmerftor 


1727 

1743 

i 75 i 

1763 

1766 

1776 


1781 


' 7?5 

1791 

1793 

1797 

l800 

l806 


46. 

Arundel, Vise. Galway 
Wingfield, V. Powerfcourt 
Flower, Vise. Afhbrook 
Montmorency, V.Mount- 
morres 

Trevor, Vise. Dungannon 
Southwell, Vise. Southwell 
Vefey, Vise. De Vefci 
Fortefcue, Vise. Clermont 
Hewit, Vise. Lifford 
Ward, Vise. Eangor 
Lambe, Vise. Melbourne 
Ellis, Vise. Clifden 
St Leger, Vise. Doneraile 
Knox, Vise. Northland 
Maud, Vise. Hawarden 
Skeffington, Vise. Ferrard 
Yelverton,Visc.Avonmore 
Wolfe, Vise, Kilwarden 
Upton, Vise. Templeton 
O'Callaghan, V, Lifmote 
King, Vise, Lorton 





103 


1816 De Montmorency, Vise. 
Frankfort 


Vereker, Vise. Gort 
1822 Handcock, V.Castlcmainc 


BARONS—70. 


1181 De Courcy, Lord Kinfale 
146a Barnwell Lord Trimlefton 
Plunket, Lord Dunfany 
1541 Plunket, Lord Louth 
1620 Digby, Lord Diglvy 
162,1 Blayney, Lord Blayney 
1627 Sherard, Lord Sherard 
1703 Seymour, Lord Conway 
1715 Freke, Lord Carbery 
1718 Aylmer, Lord Aylmer 
1756 Maxwell, Lord Farnham 
1758 Crofbie, Lord Brandon 
Lyfaght, Lord Lifle 
1762 Clive, Lord Clive 
1767 Phipps, Lord Mulgrave 
1770 Perceval, Lord Arden 

1776 Wynn, LdNewborough 
Macdonald, L Macdonald 
Edwardes, LdKenfington 
Lyttleton, Lord WeftcoL 
Ongley, Lord Onglcy 
Mafley, Lord Maflfey 

1777 Robinfon, Lord Rokeby 

1781 Deane, Loid Mufkerry 

1782 Hood, Lord Hood 

1783 Tonfon, Lord Riverfdale 
Pennington, LdMuncafter 
Eden, Lord Auckland 

1789 Browne, Lord Kilmaine 
Lawlefs, Lord Cloncurry 

1790 Dillon, Lord Clonbrok 

1791 Fitzherbert, Ld St Helen' 

1792 Cavendilh, Ld Waterpark 

1794 Graves, Lord Graves 
Hood, Lord Bridport 

1795 Parkyns, Lord Randiffc 


1796 Vanneck, LdHuntingfield 
Smith, Lord Carrington 
Wcftenra, LordRossmore 

1797 Hotham, Lord Hotham 
Dawfon, Lord Cremorne 
Winn, Lord Headley 
Shore, Lord Teignmouth 
Toler, Lord Norwood 
Crofton, Lord Crofton 

1798 Ffiench >% Lord Ffrench 

1799 Eden, Lard Henley 

1800 Coote, Lord Caftle Coote 
Rowley, Lord Langford 
Blaquiere, L De Blaquiere 
Major, Lord Henniker 
Blackwood, Lord Duflfeiin 
Mullins, Lord Ventry 
Blake, Lord Wallfcourt 
Sandford, Lord Mount- 

Sandford 

Prittie, L Dunalley 
Mahon, Lord Hartland 
Bingham, LdClanmorris 
Waldegrave, Ld Rad flock 
Toler, Lord Norbury 
Gardner, Lord Gardner 
Granville, Lord Nugent 
Trench, Lord Alhtown 
MafTey, Lord Clarina 
1806 ThelufTbn, LRendleftiam 
1812 Beresford, Lord Decies 

1818 Canning, Lord Garvagh 

1819 Cradock, Lord Howden 
1822 Downes, Lord Downes 
1825 Bloomfield, Ld Bloomfield 












104 
PEERESSES. 

1785 Macdonnell, Cfs Antrim I1181 Melfort, Bar. De Barry 
1660 Skeffington,V.Massareene|l797 Keith, Baroness Keith 


ARCHBISHOPS. 

Armagh , Lord John G. BeresfordlCas/ieZ/, Dr Lawrence 
Dublin, Dr William Magee \Tuam , Hon.Dr P. Trench 

BISHOPS. 


Meath, Dr Nathaniel Alexander 
Kildare, Hon. Dr C. Lindfay 
Derry, Hon,DrWm Knox 
Clogher, Lord R. Tottenham 
ICilmore, Dr G P. Beresfcrd 
Downe, Dr Richard Mant 
jE hphin, Dr John Lesslie 
Clonfert, &c. Dr C. Butson 
Cloyne, Dr John Brinkley 


Corke <$• Boss, Hn.DrTLaurence 
Leighlin , &c. Dr T. Elrington 
Killala, Dr James Verschoyle 
Ossory, Dr Robert Fowler 
Waterford, Hon, Dr R. Bourke 
Baphoe , Dr William Bisset 
Dromore, Dr James Saurin 
Killaloe , Dr A. Arbuthnot 
Limerick, Dr John Jebb 


REPRESENTATIVE PEERS of IRELAND, 
( 28 ) Elected for Life. 


Marq.Headfort 

Earl Ennifkillen 

Earl of Rosse 

— Thomond 

— Erne 

— Gosford 

— Conyngham 

— Lucan 

— Charleville 

Earl of Carrick 

— Belmore 

— Blesinton 

— Charlemont 

— O’Neill 

— Longford 

— Kingston 

— Bandon 

— Clancarty 

— Wicklow 

— Caledon 

Vise. Gort 

— Mayo 

— Limerick 

— Lor ton 


Lord DufFerin 
Lord Farnham 
Lord Carbcrry 
Archb. Dublin 
Bp. of Leighlin 
of Cloyne 
— of Cork 




COMPARATIVE RANK OF OFFICERS 

IN THE ARMY AND NAVY. 

NAVY. ARMY. 

Admiral of the Fleet - with Field-Marshal 

Admirals ----- t ohh Generals 
Vice-Admirals - with Lieutenant-generals 

Rear-Admirals - with Major-generals 

Commodores, and first Captain* to7 . 

Commanders in-Chief - -J Wlth Brigadier-generals 
Captains of 3 Years Post - - with Colonels 

Other Post Captains - ’with Lieutenant*colonels 

Commanders - with Majors 

lieutenants - with Captains 










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EAST INDIES . 


HOME DEPARTMENT 
Board of Commissioners. 

Right Hon. Charles Watkins W.Wynn, M.P. President 


Ri Hon Earl Bathurst 


RtHn. E.J. Robinson 


RtHnSirG Warrendyr 
Jo.Plxillimore. D.c.r. 
Wm Yates Peel, Esq* 


Rt Hon. Geo. Canning Lord Teignmouth 
Rt Hon. Robert Peel Rt Hon John Sullivan 
Earl of Liverpool Marquis of Salisbury 
T P Courtenay, Esq; M.P. sec.—John Wright, Esq. asst. sec. 
William Leach, accompiant. Win Groom, solicitor. 
Court of Directors. 

Sir G. A. Robinson, chairman . Hon. H. Lindsay, deputy 


Charles Mills 
John Baillie 
John P. Muspratt 
Sir RT Farquhar, bt 
Henry Alexander 
Henry St Geo Tucker 
James Stuart 


Jacob Bosanquet John Thornhill 

Edward Parry George Raikes 

Richard C Plowden Robert Campbell 

John Bebb John G. Ravenshaw 

Thomas Pattison Jo-iasl) Alexander 

William Wigram Neil B. Edmonstone 

John Morris John Lock 

William S Clarke 
Joseph Dart, sec. Peter Auber, dep. A. W. Mason, chief clerk 

BENGAL ESTABLISHMENT. 

Supreme Council. 

Right Hon. Lord Amherst, Governor General of India 

Gen. Lord Combermere, gcb. Comm-in-Chief & second in Council 

John Lend all, Esq. John H Harington, Esq. W B Bayley, Esq. 


W B Bayley, chief secretary 
George Swinton, sec. in the secret 
and political departments 
Charles Lushington, sec. general 
and foreign department 


Lieut Col. Wm Casement, C.B. 

sec. military dep 
Capt Abr. Lockett, deputy do. 

W B Bayley, sec judicial dep 
H Mackenzie, do. territorial dep 


Sudder Dewanee and Nizamut Adavolut. 

Wm. Leycester, chief judge. Cy Smith, Win Dorin, CTSealy, 
II Shakespear, puisnejudges Wm H Macnaughten, register 
Board of Trade • 

John Fendall, president. Geo. Udny, Chas M‘Kenz»e, members 
Geo Udny, Henry Mundy, tvarehousekeep. Walter Nisbet, sec. 
Board of Revenue 

, president. James Puttie, Wigram Money, Win 
Trower, members R Hunter, secretary Alex F Lind, sub-sec. 
Board of Customs, Salt and Opium. 

, president . John P Larkins, George Chester, and 
Henry Sargent, members Robt Saunders, sec. C. Lindsay, asst 
Supreme Court of Judicature. 

Honourable Sir Charles Grey, Knight, chief justice 
Honourable Sir Antony Duller, Knight, do. 

Honourable Sir Johu Franks, puisne justice 














Vice Admiralty Court—Established in 1808. 

Sir Chatles Gray, Kt. com. Sir Antony Buller, Kt. dep~com» 
Sir John Franks, Kt., ditto 
Court of Requests. 

CW Brief zeke, C K Robison, J W IVFLeod, commis. Richard 
Leslie, clerk John Gordon, register Dr Voss, surgeon 
W II Macnnghten, sheriff oj Calcutta 
Thomas F Lewin, master in equity, &c. 

John Pearson, advocate general to company 
College at Fort William. 

Hon Court of Directors, patrons The Governor-General, visitor 
The Members of Supreme Council, gov. J II Harrington, pres 
Ecclesiatical Establishment. 

Right Rev. Reginald Meber, d.d., lord bishop of Calcutta 
Rev. Daniel Corrie, archdeacon 

* domestic chaplain to the lord bishop 

Samuel P Stracey, registrar and secretary 
James Bryce, d.d. James Browr, chaplains Scotch church 
General Staff 

Gen. Lord Combermero, gcb, commander-in-chief in India 
Lieut-General Sir G Martindell, kob. com at Cawnpore 
Ma jor General Robert Alexander Dalzell, com. at Presidency 

. com 3 d div field army 

Major-General John Arnold, com Saugurfield force 
Major-General George Dick, c.b. com at Dinapore 
Major-General Thomas Reynell, c.b., corned div field army 
Col James Price, com at Benares 

Lieut-Colonel Ar. M‘Donald, kch. adjt-general of king's troops 
Col Sir S Ford Whittingham, quarter-master-gen of ditto 
Lieut-Colonel W L Watson, adjutant-general 
Lieut-Colonel Robert Stevenson, qr-mas gen 
Lieut-Colonel Henry Iinlach, military auditor-general 
Lieut-Colonel Jeremiah Bryant, judge advocate-general 
Lieut-Colonel Val. Blacker, c.b. surveyor general of India 
Lt-Col It LI Cunliffe, commis-gen. Capt W Lumsdaine, dep 
Edward Hale, private sec to governor-general 
Lieut Hon. Jeffrey Amherst, 59th foot, military secretary 
Military Board. 

General Lord Combermere, gcb.. President 
Maj.-Gen. R A Dalzell, com at the Presidency , vice-president 
Lieut-Colonel Alexander M‘Leod, commandant of artillery 
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Imlach, military audit or-general 
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Mouat, chief engineer 
Lieut-Colonel Robert Stevenson, quarter-master-general 
Lieutenant-Colonel W L Watson, adjutant-general 
Major John Craigie, aud Captain G Voung, secretaries 
Medical Board. 

Walter Ogilvy, Esq. | Alex. Gibb, Esq. I C Abel, apothecary 
James Meik,faq. | Jo, Adam, m.d. sec. J II Cavell, dep. 




107 

FORT ST. GEORGE ESTABLISHMENT. 

The Hon Major-Gen SirTho Munro, k.c.b. governor V 
Lt-Gen Sir George T Walker, g.c.b corn in chief > Council 
Henry Sullivan Graeme, Esq; J II D Ogilvie, Esq; ) 

David Hill, chief sec, Rich Clive, sec. in the military depart* 
John Stokes, secretary in the revenue and judicial departments 
John VI M'Leod, secretary in the public , $c. departments \ 

Board of Revenue. 

Ilenry S Graeme, Esq. president . George E Russell, Esq. iEneas 
M‘l)onell, Esq; and Richard Clarke, Esq. members. John 
Dent, sec. Daniel Elliott, deputy 

Sudder and Foujdarry Adatclut. 

JHD Ogilvie, chief judge. George Gowan, and FA Grant, 
puisne judges William Huddleston, register 
General Staff. 

Lieut-General Sir George T Walker, gcb, com-in-chief 
Lieut-General Thomas Bowser, commanding the army in chief 
Major-General Sir John Doveton, kcb, commanding in Mysore 
Major-General Robert Sewell, hms, do. Centre Div. 
Major-General Hamilton Halt, do. Ceded Districts 
Major-General Jasper Nicoils, do. South Division 
Lieutenant-ColonelT H S Conway, cb, adjutant-general 
Lieutenant-Colonel Rowland B Otto, quarter-master-general 
Lieutenant-Colonel Jeffrey Prendergast, military auditor-general 
Colonel James Leith, judge advocate general 
Lieut J N R Campbeii, Persian interpreter at head-quarters 
Military Board 

I.ieut-General Thomas Bowser, commanding in chief 
Colonel Sir J. Sinclair, lit, acting commandant of artillery 
Lieutenant Colonel T H S Conway, cb, adjutant-general 
Lieutenant-Colonel Jeffrey Prenuergast, military auditor-general 
Lieutenant-Colonel R B Otto, quarter-master-general 
Major Thomas M‘Lean, secretary Capt II lVloberly, dtp 
Medical Board. 

George Baillie, first member Win Pritchard, third do. 

Wynn Peyton, second do. William Scott, secretary 

Ecclesiastical Establishment . 

Rev. 1 E Vaughan, archdeacon. Fred Oruie, Esq. registrar 
Alex Webster, and George James Lawrie, chap. Scotch church 
Commissariat Department. 

Lt-col W Morrison, c.b., commit.-gen .—Major M Cubbon, deputy 
Supreme Court of J udicature, Mudras. 

Hon Sir Ralph Palmer, Ent, chief justice 

Hon Sir R B Comyn. kt, and Sir G VVRickctts, kt, puisne justices 
John Savage, Esq; sheriff 

Court of Requests. 

Co minis .—H Byrne, L H Stirling, E F Elliott. C Clay, registrar 
Vice Admiralty Court. 

Hon. Sir Ralph Palmer, kt, commissary an principal 
















108 

BOMBAY ESTABLISHMENT. 

^ fThe Honourable Mountstuart Elphinstone, president and g v, 
^ Lieut-General Sir Thos Bradford, kcb, com-in-chief 
§ J Francis Warden, Esq. Richard Thomas Goodwin, Esa, 
dairies Joseph Sparrow, Esq. provisional councillor 
^William Newnham, Esq; chief secretary 
Ecclesiastical Establishment. 

The Rev. George Barnes, dd, archdeacon and commissary 
James Clow and Joseph Laurie, chaplains , $cotch church . 

Supreme Court of Judicature. 

Hon Sir Edward West, Knight, chief justice 
Hon Sir R Rice, kt, Hon C H Chambers, kt, puisne justices 
David Seton, sheriff' GCorge Norton, advocate-general 
Win Fenwick, master in equity Alex Ferries, prothonotary, fyc. 
Chas Grant 9 acting clerk of croton W A Morgan, sol for the Com* 
Vice-Admiralty Court. 

Sir Edward West, Knt. commis. Rich Woodhouse, registrar 
General Staff. 

Lieut-General Sir Thomas Bradford, kcb, commander-in-chief 
Major-General Sir Lionel Smith, commanding in Poonah 
Major-General Samuel Wilson, commanding Presidency, division 
Lieutenant-Colonel David Leighton, adjutant general 
Lieutenant-Colonel E W Shuldham, quarter-master-general 
Lieutenant Colonel RH Hough, military auditor-general 
Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Baker, commissary-general 
Military Board. 

Lient-Gen Sir Thomas Bradford, kcb, com-in-chief president 
Major-General Samuel Wilson, vice-president 
Lieqt-Colonel Samuel Good fellow, chief engineer 
Lieut-Cojopel David Leighton, cb, adjutant-general 
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Hessman, commandant of artillery 
Lieut-Colonel K W ShuldHam, quarter-master-general 
Lieut-Colonel R H Hough, military auditor-general 
Major Peter Fearon, secretary 

Medical .Board. 

Benj Phillips, Esq; S. Sproull, Esq; TTMardon, Esq; members 
James M 4 Adam, secretary 

PRINCE OF WALES’ ISLAND ESTABLISHMENT. 
Robert Fullerton, Esq; governor and treasurer 
William Clubley, Esq; collector of government customs 
Sir JT Calridge, kt, recorder. D Brown, Esq; sheriff 

ESTABLISHMENT AT CANTON IN CHINA. 

Sir James Brabazon Urmston, president of the select committee 
Francis 11 Toone, c 2 dmember. W 11 C Plowden, 3 d do. 


ESTABLISHMENT AT ST. HELENA. 

Brig G. A Walker, gov. & com-in chief* T II Brooke, secretary 








6 Adventure, P P King 
10 Alacrity, C J H Johnstone 
74 Albion, John A Ommaney 
28 Alligator, H D Chads 
l8 Arachne, Andrew Baird 


BOYAL NAVY. 

Ships in Commission 


46 Diamond, Lord Napier 
18 Dispatch, R W Parsons 
42- Doris, Sir J G Sinclair 
18 Doterel, Henry Edwards 
6 Dove, Lt James St John 


— ■ —--» joii 

64 Argonaut, h.s. LtJa. James 46 Druid, Sam. Chambers 
26 Ariadne, Adol. Fitzclarence 42- Dryad, Hon. G A Crofton 


Arrow, cutL Art. Brooking 
2 Astrsea, William King 
28 Atholl, James A Murray 
46 Aurora, Chas John Austen 
10 Badger, Charles Crowdy 
50 Barham, Sir John Louis 
Basilisk cutt. Lt J Chumley 
10 Beagle, Pringle Stokes 
10 Beaver, J O Brien 
10 Bittern, tend. Lt RfRochfort 
46 Blanche, Wm B Mends 
46 Blonde, Lord Byron 
24 Blossom, F W Beechey 
46 Boadieea, Wm F Carroll 
10 Bramble, Lt Thomas Fav.ll 
26 Brazen, George W Willes 
10 Brisk, Hon. Wm Anson 
120 Britannia, Philip Pipon 
io Britomart, Fred Chamier 
10 Bustard, Wms. Sandom 
10 Cadmus, Charles Hallowell 
48 Cambrian, G W Hamilton 
82 Cambridge, Thos J Maling 
10 Camelion, Charles Cotton 
18 Champion, J F Studdcrt 
10 Chanticleer, C J H Johnstone 
18 Clio, Robert Aitchison 
12 Conflict, Lt John Cbry3tie 
12 Contest, Lt Chas English 
6 Cygnet, Lt Jas G Gooding 
20 Cyrene, Alex Campbell 
4 * Dartmouth, Henry Dundas 


18 Eclair, Thomas Bourchier 
6 Eclipse, LtCWG Griffin 
6 Emulous, Lt W P Croke 
20 Esk, WmJPurchas 
18 Espiegle, Rich A Yates 
10 Ferrer, Henry Gosset 
18 Fly, Fred A Wetherail 
44 Forte, JeremiahJCoghlan 
6 Frolic, Lt T Ch. Barron 
42 Galatea, Sir Chas Sullivan 
84 Ganges, bam H Inglefield 
18 Gan net, Francis Brace 
74 Genoa, Walter Bathurst 
50 Glasgow, Hon. J A Maude 
74 Gloucester, Josh S Horton 
6 Goldfinch, Lt John Walkie 
18 Grasshopper, W P Canning 
18 Harlequin, James Scott 
10 Helicon, Charles D Acland 
10 Herald, A WJ Clifford 
18 Heron, Robert Tait 
20 Hind, John Furneaux 
6 Hope, Lt John Wright 
46 Hussar, George Hatris 
42 Hyperion, W J Mingaye 
16 Investigator, G Thomas 
50 Isis, Hugh Patton 
18 Jaseur, Thomas Martin 
10 Jasper, H M Blackwood 
52 Java, John Wilson 
60 Jupiter, Sir W S Wiseman 
6 Kingfisher, Lt Wm Poore 
K 











110 


20 Larne, Wm B Dobson 
46 Lively, William Elliott 
6 Magnet, James Porteous 
46 Maidstone, Charles Builen 
12 Martial, Lt R M l Kinry 
20 Martin, Thomas Wilson 
6 Mastiff, Richard Copeland 
20 Medina, Timothy Curtis 
74 Melville, Henry Hill 
26 Menai, Houston Stewait 
26 Mersey, John M Ferguson 
10 Mutine, Lt Richard Pawlet 
46 Naiad, Hon. RC Spencer 
28 Niemen, Prov. W L' Wallis 
8 Nightingale, Lt W Kitchen 
18 Nimrod, Samuel Sparshott 
28 North Star, Sept. Arabin 
80 Ocean, John Sykes 
18 Orestes, William Jones 
42 O. Glendower, H Christian 
18 Pandora, Wm C Jervoise 
10 Parthian, Henry B Ma tin 
18 Pt lican, Hon. L C Irby 
18 Pelorus, Henry E Napier 
IO Philomel, Lord Wm Paget 
14 Pike, Lt Edward Kelly 
6 Plover, Lt Edward Jennings 
12 Plumper, Lt W Hutchinson 
18 Primrose, Oct. V Vernon 
120 Pr. Regent, C R Moorsom 
Pr.Regent, yt. Geo Mundy 
10 Procris, Hn.W Waldegrave 
18 Pylades, George V Jackson 
42 Pyramus, G II Sartoiious 
28 Rainbow, Hon. H J Rous 
18 Raleigh, John W Dalling 
74 Ramillies, Hugh Pigot 
28 Ranger, Lord H F Thynne 
28 Rattlesnake, John Leith 
6 Redpole, John Bullock 
18 Redwing, D C Clavering 
76 Revenge, Sir C Burraid 


18 Rifleman, Wm Webb 
6 Rinaldo, Lt John A Moore 
18 Ringdove, E Thornbrough 
30 Romney, Nich Lockyer 
18 Rose, Lewis Davies 
R 1 Charlotte, yt] C White 
RlGeorge,^. SirMSeymour 
R 1 Sovereign,^/. Sir W Hoste 
z8 Samarang, David Dunn 
18 Scylla, William Hobson 
42 Semiramis, Robert Rowley 
46 Seringapatam, C Sotheby 
2 Shamrock, Martin White 
10 Sheldrake, Lt Robert Eden 
20 Slaney, Samuel Thornton 
18 Sparrowhawk, J Polkinghorn 
76 Spartiate, Fred Warren 
10 Starling, Lt Richard Stuart 
28 Success, James Stirling 
8 Surly, Lt I C Woolnough 
6 Swallow, Lt Thos Baldock 
ro Swan, Lt, Joseph RR Webb 
12 Swinger, Lt GWm Matson 
48 Sybille, Sir Sam J Pechell 
z8 Talbot, Hon. F Spencer 
26 Tamar, James J G Bremer 
46 Thetis, Sir John Phil’.imore 
18 Trinculo, Robert Patton 
28 Tweed, Frederick Hunn 
10 Tyrian, Lt Robert Dwyer 
26 VaUrous, E. of Huntingdon 
18 Victor, George Wool 1 com be 
104 Victory, Charles Inglis 
12 Vigilant, Lt S Meredith 
28 Volage, Hon. R S Dundas 
76 Warspite, Sir Jas Brisbane 
10 Weazte, Rich Beaumont 
74 Wellesley, Gord. T Falcon 
Wm&Marv, yt. C Malcolm 
74 WindsorCastle, ED King 
18 Zebra, E R Williams 
6 Zephyr, Lt Charles Church 






Ill 

ADMIRALS op the ROYAL NAVY. 


H. R.IL the Duke of Clarence, Admiral of the Fleet. 
Sir James Saumarez, Vice-Admtral of Great Britain. 
The Earl of Northesk, Rear-Admiral of Great Britain. 


Admirais 
Of the Red. 
WPW Freeman 
Sir G Montagu 
John Henry 
liaac Prefcott 
Thomas Spry 
Lord Gambier 
Sir C M Pole 
Wm Swiney 
Cha Ed Nugent 
Sir CH Knowles 
HnTPakenham 
Sir JHWhitfhed 
JamesDouglas 
Sir R Bickerton 
Rob Montagu 
Sir H Trollope 

Of the White . 
John Wickey 
John Fifh 
Sir John Knight 
Sir Edw Thorn 
brought 

Samp. Edwards 
Sir Ja.Saumarez 
ThomasDrury 
EailofNoithefk 
James Valhon 
Lord Exmouth 
Sirlsaac Coffin 
John Aylmer 
Theo Jones 
Sir Wm Domett 
Wm Wolfcley 
Robett Murray 


Hn. A Cochrane 
John Markham 
Edw Bowater 
Geo Palmer 

Of ihe Blue. 
Sir EliabHarvey 
Sir Edm Nagle 
Sir John Wells 
Sir Geo Martin 
SirR J Strachan 
SirW Sid Smith 
Tho Sotheby 
Sir H Nicholls 
Sir Her Sawyer 
Sir Dav Gould 
Sir R G Keats 
Hon.RStopford 
Mark Robinlon 
T R Shivers 
John Dilkes 
Sir Thos Foley 
Sir Chas Tyler 
Sir Man. Dixon 
George Lofack 

Vice- Admirals 

Of the Red. 
Ifaac G Manley 
Edm Crawley 
Sir T Williams 
Sir T Thom pfon 
Sir W Hatgood 
John Ferrier 
Sir R Moorfom 
Sir CHamilton 
Hon. H Curzon 


Sir LWHaKled 
Sir Harry Neale 
Sir Jos S Yorke 
Hon. AK Legge 
E. of Galloway 
Sir Fra Laforey 
Sir PC Durham 
Sir Ifiael Pellew 
Alex Frafer 
Sir B Hallowell 
Lord Beauclerk 
Wm Taylor 
Sir Jas N Morris 
Sir T B Martin 

Of the White. 
Chas Stirling 
John Lawford 
Frank Sotheron 
Sir Wm J Hope 
Lord H Paulett 
C W Paterfon 
Sir G Cockburn 
Jas Carpenter 
Robert Barton 
Sir G Moore 
Matt H Scott 
Jofeph Hanwell 
SirHWBayntun 
Sir Rich King 
Edw G Colpoys 
Edward J Foote 
Sir Richard Lee 
Peter Halkett 
Wm Bedford 
Philip Stephens 
Pin.CE Fleming 


Sir C V Penrofe 

Of the Blue. 
SirWm Hotham 
Sir P Malcolm 
Wm Nowell 
Sir John Gore 
John Harvey 
Hon. H Hotham 
Sir J Rowley 
SirECodrington 
Geo Parker 
RobertPlampin 
SirHBlackwood 
John E Douglas 
Visc.Torrington 
Rofs Donelly 
Sir JPBeresford 
Thos Eyles 
TLeMGoflelin 
Sir Cha Rowley 
Sam J Ballard 
Robert Rolles 
Walter Lock 
Sir D Milne 
James Young 

Rear Admirals 

Of the Red. 

Sir R W Otway 
Wm Windham 
Edw Fellowes 
W T Lake 
Sir Charles Ogle 
Henry Raper 
Sir W C Fahie 
Sir Geo Eyre 












C7 




Robt Lambert 
Rob D Oliver 
Thos Boys 
Sir C Brifbane 
Sir John Talbot 
J R Tollemache 
John Giffard 
John Weft 
Stephen Poynt7 
Lord Colville 
John Cochett 
Sir AC Dick Ton 
Rob Winthrop 
Henry Digby 


Of the White 
Charles Ekins 
Benj W Page 
Hn.PWodhoufe 
Th Alexander 
Andrew Smith 
Sir Edw Berry 
Lord MR Kerr 
Sir Jas A Wood 
Thos Harvey 
R H Moubray 
Henry RGlynn 
John Bligh 
Sir E Hamilton 
Thos Baker 
Samuel Sutton 
Sir Rob Laurie 
Wm H Gage 
John Maitland 
Stair Douglas 
Jas Walker 
Hon. C Paget 
Rob Williams 
Richd Worfley 


Of the Blue . 
A P Holies 


Sir HHeathcote 
SirEWCOwen 
George Scott 
Thos Dundas 
George Fowke 
R H Pearfon 
George Aftle 
John T Rodd 
SirT M Hardy 
W Cumberland 
G E Hamond 
R Hor.eyman 
V V Ballard 
H Downman 
Hon. T B Capel 
Wm Hanwell 
Thos Manby 
Lord J O’Bryen 
Richard Matfon 
Richard Ragget 
John Mackellar 
Charles Adam 


12 

Edward Brace 
Sir J Brenton 
Fras W Auften 
B R Lit'lehales 
Pat Campbell 
Norb Thom Ton 
Sir M Seymour 
Edw S Dickfon 
Edw Rotheram 
ThosJ Maling 
J A Ommaney 
Henry Stuart 
Zacli Mudge 


CAPTAINS. 

1799 
John Stiles 
Mich Halliday 
Wm Granger 
John C White 
George White 
Francis Vefey 
Henry Garrett 
Walter Bathurft 
A Drummond 
Robert Hall 
Robeit Lloyd 
John Chesffiyre 

1800 

SirTLivingfton 
L Hardyman 
Chrift Laroche 
Josh S Horton 


1801 
Henry Hill 
John M Lewis 
C Woollaftone 
A WSchomberg 
Edward D King 
Wm Waller 
Hen Vanfittart 
George Mundy 
George Sayer 
Robert Manfel 


SirPBVBroke 
Fra L Maitland 
Sir Ja. Brisbane 


Jn F Devonshire James Nalh 

T? foA n. . r* • 


1802 

Richard Curry 
Sir Wm Hofle 
Len 7 'hompfon 
Cha Fielding 
T G Shortland 
Wm Skipfey 
Marcus S Hill 
Hon. F P Irby 
Sir Chris Cole 
Dan Woodriffe 
John W Loring 
John Winne 
Sir RH Bromley 
Hn. D Bouverie 
Rich Goddard 
Rich Pouldcn 
Charles Otter 
Rich Pellowe 
John Dick 
Peter Ribouleau 
Thomas Hand 
F P Epworth 
Matth Buckle 
John Allen 


Charles Tinling James Noble 


Samuel Warren 
A J Griffiths 
George Burdett 


Fredk Warren 
Rich Peacocke 
James Carthew 
Thos Briggs 
John Broughton 
Hn. GHDundas 
Nich Tomlinson 
Wm Parker 
T R Ricketts 
Geo M‘Kinley 
James Katon 
Sir C Dashwood 


Peter Spicer 
James Seward 
John T Michell 
Thos P Di’.rcll 
Alex Becher 
John Hatley 
Francis HCoffin 
Jeff Raigersfcld 
Charles Ryder 
C J W Nefl am 
Chailes Bullen 
John Wight 














Henry F Edgell 
Corn Quinton 
Sir Jas Dunbar 
The above are on 
Half-Pay of 
14 s 6 d jfcdiem 


113 

Samuel Butcher George Digby 
Robert Jackfon 




W Butterfield 
Richard Byron 
Wm Young 
George Tobin 
James Saunders 
W H W Parry 
Edward Gahvey 
Richard Jones 
Rich Hawkins 
Thos Cowan 
W H Daniel 
Jacob Walton 
David Colby 
Auguttus Brine 
J C Crawford 
John Hayes 
Sam C Rowley 
Bulk M Praed 
Samuel Mottley 
Edw W Browne 
John RSmollett 
Wm Ricketts 
Hon. W Trench 
Edward S Clay 
Thes Richbell 
Benj Carter 
Charles Inglis 
Charles Carter 
Thos Browne 
Francis G Bond 
Stephen Foivil 
Archd Dick Ton 
WHB Tremlett 
Samuel Pym 
George Argle$ 


Robert Barrie 
C B H Ross 
W Rathborne 
Henry Matl'on 
Chas Malcolm 

1803 
John Serrel 
Peter Heywoob 
Sir M. Maxwell 
CMSchomberg 
FrancisW Fane 

1804 

Hon.Geo Elliot 
Wm Durban 
James Hillyar 
Lord W Fitzro) 
Lord G Stuart 
Robert Obrien 
Matth Godwin 
Hugh Pigot 
James Matter 
S P Humphreys 
John Tower 
Edw Hawker 
C Richardfon 

1805 

George Aldham 
Francis Temple 
R Budd Vincent 
ArthFarquhar 
Harry Gordon 
Sir W Boulton 
Sir J A Gordon 
Hn.FWAylmer 
Rich Thomas 
John Quilliam 
John Pilfold 

1806 

Wm Henrah 
W P Cumby 

K 


Jas R Dacres 
Peter Rainier 
Hon. H Duncan 
Henry Vaughan 
[os L Popham 
John S Carden 
John Sykes 
James Watfon 
Charles Jones 
John Hancock 
Jn W Holland 
John Yelland 
Wood Lofack 
John Impey 
Alex R Kerr 
Donald M‘Leod 
H M Ommaney 
ArchibaldDufT 
Don PI Mackay 
Francis Mafon 
MajJ Hcnniker 
Sir P CSilvester 
Sir 1 ho Staines 
Thos Browne 
Alex Shippard 
Hn. P B Pellew 
John Bowen 
Henry Laroche 
RobtHenderfon 
Sir LuciusCurtis 
Sir John Louis 
Hon. E Rodney 
Brian Hodgfon 
Flood Chriftian 
Hon .A Cochran 
Sir Jos Coghill 
N D Cochrane 
John Ayfcough 
Sir TJ Cochrane 
Wm H Dobbie ,'Wm Croft 
Wm F Wife 
3 


Edmund Boger 
W Jones Lye 
GeoF Seymour 
Hon. G Poulett 
Hugh Cook 
James H Tait 
Gilb Heathcote 
Wm B Problor 
Chas J Johnfion 
Edward Ratfey 
Edw Hawkins 
R T Hancock 
Jas M Northey 
CPB Bateman 
MAN deStaick 
Wm Cook 
Arth Lyfaght 
Hon. Joe Percy 
Hn. A Maitland 
Plon. G Proby 
1807 
Lord Radstock 
Hon.GCadogan 
Sir Ed Tucker 
[n Edgecumbe 
Okes Hatdy 
Wm Maude 
H Inglefield 
Edmund Palmer 
W A Montagu 
John Baftard 
ValenCollard 
John FyfFe 
Edw Chetham 
George Cocks 
ReubCMangin 
The above are on 
Half-Pay of 
1 as 6 dp. diem 


: wm urorc 
j John Phiilimore 















FrasBeauman 
James RPhillips 
Wm King 
Pring Stoddart 
Andrew King 
Wm Bowles 
Sir Hyde Parker 
CSJ Hawtayne 
J WDDundas 
Samuel J ickfon 
SirETioubridge 
Charles Gordon 
George Harris 
j 808 
Tho Garth 
John Clavell 
W S Park info n 
Jas M Gordon 
Geo Langford 
Wm H Dillon 
Jas Bradfhaw 
Matth Smith 
Thos Searle 
Henry Hope 
Thos Ufher 
Rowland Bevan 
Wm Ward 
Sam Jn Pechell 
RobertCathcart 
Robert Elliott 
Cuch F Daly 
Philip Pipon 
Hn.FBRPellew 
John Halfled 
G C Mackenzie 
Edw P Brenton 
FrancisACollier 
George M Bligh 
1809 

Charles Gill 


114 

Hon. J W King Benj Walker 


Jas Prevoft 
Fras Newcombe 
John Joyce 
Jas Caulfield 
Wm Godfrey 
Jofeph Spear 
Wm Wells 
Tho Withers 
Charles Napier 
John R’chards 
George Sanders 
Ld JTownshend 
Thos Thrulh 
Wm Mounfey 
Tho Forrefi 
Rich Harward 
George Bell 
Wm Goate 
[ofeph James 
Henry H Spence 
John B Purvis 
Geo Andrews 
Wm Buchanan 
Ed J Moriarty 
Edw S Bailey 
Geo Cadman 
C Bartholomew 
Wm H ShirrefF 
John Simpfon 
Edward Dix 
Henry W Pearfe 
I <810 

Richard Arthur 
Geo P Monke 
Phipps Hornby 
Hon. WGordon 
Francis Stanfell 
Sam G Pechell 


Philip Browne 
Matt B Bradby 
Wm Patterson 
Henry Prescott 
Thos White 
Thos Graves 
N J Willoughby 
Edw W Hoare 
Wm Elliott 
Jas Collins 
John Crispo 
Robert Keene 
John Lawfon 
Thos White 
George Saver 
James A Worth 
James Slade 
WmWFootc 
Thos Innes 
Francis Dougla 
R Brown Tom 
James Lillicrap 
Walter Grofiet 
Francis J Nott 
L Shepheard 


John Thompson J R Lapenotieie 


JasW Maurice 


TF Main waring 
1811 

Wm H By am 
Rob Clephane 
Jos Pack wood 
Wm Flint 
Thos Fellowes 
Pitt B Greene 
Hon. Wm Wa!- 
degrave 
Tho Huskismn 
E H A'Court 
Thos Coc 
Sir B C Doyle 
John Pasco 
Jn Hollinworth 
Clement Sneyd 
Richard Buck 
Jn D Markland 
Wm Fifher 
Abel Ferris 
Edward Harvey 
Rob M Fowler 
Wm Fitz. Owen 
M H Dixon 
W B Dolling 


Robert Evans 
Thos F Baugh 
John Lamborn 
John Baker 
Alex Innes 
Chas M Fabian 1 
Sam Colquitt 
GufiavusStupart 
Anthony Abdy 1 

Henry EP Sturt J _ 

Rich G JanveriivG Henry Guion 
Geo W Blarney 1R W G Fefting 
Chas J n Aufter'john Coode j Peter J Douglas 

Spelman SwainelTho Burton G W Hamilton 


Hon. A Jones 
Benj Clement 
Hon.H Daw/on 
Don Campbell 
Henry Hart 
Geo Henderfon 
T Tudor Tucker 
John Bowker 
Hen Bourchier 
J Strutt Pcvton 


j— ------ UWUIl iv j ww nuiioii vv nammoi 

Charles Dilkcs (Fras Beaufort |Jer Coghlan lEdw Stopford 












l8l2 

George Price 
Jofeph S Tetley 
George Acklom 
BaringReynolds 
George Morris 
James Greene 
Jas Anderson 
WmShepheard 
John Tancock 
Hn.GACrofton 
Jas P Stewart 
Robt Maunsell 
Chrift Bell 
Rich Spencer 
V F Hatton 
ArthB Bingham 
Henry Barwell 
Jas Stevenfon 
Hon.ESP Knox 
Hon.G Douglas 
E.of Leven and 
Melville 
Colin Campbell 
Charles Sotheby 
Joseph Svmcs 
Hon.WHPercy 
Booty Harvey 
James Pringle 
Rich P Davies 
Geo Wyndham 
Henry Weir 
A W J Clifford 
Samuel Leslie 
Lord H J Selfey 
Edward Ellicott 
James Barker 
Peter Rye 
James Vcitch 
James Gifford 
Timothy Clinch 
Geo Le Geyt 


Buck S Bluett 
HenryG Morris 
Sam Chambers 
EdwAug Down 
T Whinyates 
Wm Hellard 
John Thompfon 
Geo Moubray 
A Cunningham 
Jn W Andrew 
Josh R Rowley 
Hew Steuart 
Wm Robilliard 
1813 
Alex R Sharpe 
Robert Mitford 
Henderson B rin 
Clem Milward 
James Black 
Jos N Taylor 
John FMaples 
Robert Bio ye 
T E Symonds 
Wm Stephens 
WeftbyPercival 
John Tailour 
John Smith 
Gordon Falcon 
Watkin O Pell 
John Bayley 
Henry J Lyford 
T F Kennedy 
Benj Crispin 
E Mounsher 
James Stuart 
Lewis Hole 
Wm W Daniel 
Thomas File 
John M‘Keriie 
Thos R Toker 
Wm F Carrol 
Fred J Thomas 


115 


Thos Groube 
Pier Robinson 
William Black 
Michael Head 
Thomas Stamp 
R RWormeley 
Nath Mitchell 
John Harper 
SamBDeckar 
Weston Phipps 
Aug VereDrury 
Thos Barclay 
Geo W Wilies 
Hayes O’Grady 
GW H Knight 
Thomas Dick 
Wm I Scott 
M FF Berkeley 
Bertie C Cator 
David Dunn 
Fairf Moresby 
George Rennie 
Fred Vernon 
Edward Brazier 
Charles Hewitt 
Lord Byron 
ColinM'Donald Hn.KSomervill 
Geo Ed Watts 
Abr Lowe 
J J G Bremer 
John Porteous 
Chas Bertram 
George Hills 
Hen Fanshawe 
I H Morrison 
Geo B Trollope 


W H Mulcaster 
1814 

Alex Gordon 
Fred Hickey 
Henry T Davies 
Peter Fisher 
Edward R Sibly 
Hon. H D Byng 
Hon.J AMaude 
Andrew Green 
Henry Haynes 
Wm B Mends 
GG Lennock 
Lord Napier 
Hon R Spencer 
Geo Ferguson 
Sir WGParker 
G R Sartorius 
RobtWauchope| 
C H Watson 
Sir J G Sinclair 
Robt Gambier 
Harry Hopkins 
John Ellis 
Joseph Pearce 
Chas F Payne 


Edmund Lyons 
Sir ChaSullivan 
Richard Foley 
Hen Jen kin son 
John Marshall 
Edward Saurin 
Edward Hodder 
John H Godby 
Chrift Strachey 
Thos Mansell Charles Shaw 
Colin Campbell JamesWemyss 
Justice Finley ArdenAdderley 


John Wilson 
George Pringle 
N De Courcy 


James Boxer 
Rich O’Connor 
FrancisELoch 
















Charles Kerr 
John Palmer 
H F Senhouse 
T B Sullivan 
David Scott 
Edward Collier 
Richard Creyke 

1815 

N L Pateshall 
Nich Lockyer 
Row Money 
El Montressor 
John Sheridan 
Sir H L Baker 
GWHD’Aeth 
Robert Ram fay 
JCG Roberts 
Samuel Roberts 
David Price 
ArchTisdall 
Jos G Garland 
Lord APrudhoe 
Robert Rowley 
WmS Badcock 


i 16 


Hemy Meynell 
A P Hamilton 
Dan Lawrence 
Rob H Rogers 
Geo Bentham 
W Kempthorne 
Arth Fanshawe 
James AM array 
William Hill 
1817 


James Stirling 
A F Westropp 
George Brine 
Lord John Hay 
C R Moorsom 
Hn.GJ Perceval 
H11 John Gordon 
1819 

Wm Popham 
■ Jas Tomkinson 


Rich El Muddle Janies Hay 


Tho Renwick 
Thomas Young 
John Parish 
John Bradly 
Henry Higman 
Wm Ramage 
George Hewson 
Alex M Vicar 
John Lawrence 
David Braimer 
Rich W Wales 
Jn M Ferguson 
Edmund Waller 


JohnT Nicholas John Gourly 


John Moberly 
Joseph Digby 
John Thomson 
Charles Ward 
Wm Farirgton 
Steph Popham 
FrasB Spilsbuy 
Daniel Pring 
F W Burgoyne 
James Rattray 
John Allen 
Wm Henderson 
John Hill 
FrankGWillock 
John Carter 
1816 

Daniel Rofs 


Aug Baldwin 
Geo W Hooper 
HenryCDeacon 
Eloust. Stewart 
Edw Barnard 
Bafd Hall 
James Wallis 
1818 

W B Dash wood 
Martin White 
John Cookesley 
James Murray 
CGR Phillotf 
George M Jones 
Wm Wolridge 
James K White 
John Ross 


Sir ChaT Jones 
Cha. B Strong 
John Baldwin 
Robert R Carre 
Sir G Westphal! 
PWP Wallis 
Hon. Fred Noel 
Wm Sargent 
Hugh Patton 
Alex Dobbs 
Hn.C Bridgman 
Henry Shirfner 
Henry Forbes 
Wm Walpole 

1820 

A Montgomerie 
Sir WS Wiseman 
J W Montagu 

1821 

Hn. G Campbell 
D H O’Brien 
W B Bigland 
Geo C Gambier 
John Gore 
J C Carpenter 
Rob. Hccki. gs 
George B Alien 
John Codd 
Edward Lloyd 
John Gedge 
Ben. Mar. Kelly 


Henry Jauncey 
Armar L Corry 
Wm Edw Parry 
Wm H Bruce 

1822 

Sir C Burrard 
Wm J Mingay 
Thos L Peake 
Andw Mitchell 
Norwich Duff 
Chas C Parker 
John E Walcott 
Thos Woliige 
Christ. C Askew 
Wm Godfrey 
Wm Hendry 
Job Hammer 
George French 
Lord H Tbynne 
Hon. F Spencer 
Arch M 4 Lean 
J H Plumridge 
Charles Nelson 
George Tyler 
John Franklin 
fhos Herbert 
Charles H Reid 
John Smith 
HTB Collier 
John Brenton 
Wm Ramsden 
Geo R Pechell 
Alex B Branch 
H B ace Powell 
John D Bos wall 
Henry Stanhope 
John T Coffin 
Fred Hunn 

1823 

EcKvauICurzon 
Sept. Arabin 
P Blackwood 










V™ 


Hon H J Rons 
Charles Phillips 
Thos B Clowes 
David Buchan 
John W Roberts 
Edward Boxer 
George F Rich 
Thos Pettman 
WJH Johnston 
George F Lyon 


1824 

James Couch 
Wm H Smyth 
James R Burton 
Rich Saumarez 
Earl of Hunt¬ 
ingdon 

Wm F Martin Henry Jane 
Hon.GTrefusis John Shekel 


11 

James Montagu 
Hon.RSDundas 
John Filmore 
Thomas Pickett 
Wm Simpson 
R H Barclay 
A D Arbuthnot 
A Fitzclarence 


1825 
Percy Grace 
Henry Dundas 
Wm Hotham 
Chas Mitchell 
Hn. M Stopford 
Christ, Nixon 
Edm Denman 
Daniel Barber 


George A Hire 
C M Walker 
John Stoddart 
G O Lempriere 


Thos B Devon 
Chas P Yorke 
Henry D Chads 
Fred Marryatt 
Thos Warrand 
John Gore 
Charles Bowen 


1826 
Hon. C Abbot 
Charles Hope 
John G Alpin 


Wm Rochfort 
William Keats 
Hon. Geo. Bar¬ 
rington 

Henry J Letke 
Rod Shannon 
C H Fremantle 


Geo R Lambert 


Thomas Smith 
George Gosling 
John G Graham 
AlexTE Vidal 
John Leith 
HenP Hoppner 


Mich Seymour 
John Pakenham 


Lotd Churchill 


Total t 803 


SUPERANNUATED 
John Kendall Henry Warre 


REAR-ADMIRALS. 


Richard Graves 
Wm Chambers 
Isaac Smith 
David Stow 


Wm Carthew 
Sand. Tatham 
Fred Watkins 
John Moukton 


TGoldesbrough John Cooke 
Lauch Hunter John Dawson 
Nich Ingram Shuld. Peard 
Richard Willis John Bazely 


Alex Wilson 
Richard Dactes 
D’A Preston 
Man Dobson 
Thos Pearse 
Joseph Bullen 
Sam Brooking 
Henry Evans 
Sir R Barlow 


Percy Fraser 
Geo J Shirley 
R L Fitzgerald 
Jas K Shepard 
Barth James 
George Barker 
James Ough ton 
Sam P Forster 
James Bowen 


General, 

D. of Clarence 
Lt.-Gen. 

Sir RBickerton 
Major-gen. 
Sir G Cockbuin 
Colonels, 

L Hardyman 
Edward Brace 


ROYAL MARINES. 
Sir J Brenton Lt-co!s. 


F W Austen 
Cols. Com. 
Jas Campbell 
Rob Moncricffe 
Lewis C Meares 
G E Vinicombe 
John B Savage 


Henry Lee 
RobM‘Cleverly 
Sir R Williams 
Tho.Abernethie 
Thos Timins 
WTremenheere 
Harry P Lewis 
Sir Ja. Malcolm 


Majors 
G P Wingrove 
George Lewis 
Elias Lawrence 
Sam Claperton 
Alex Watson 
Thos J Sterling 
Arthur H Ball 
Henry Cox 



















T> 

E C Hernby 
Capts. 

George Jones 
N H English 
Richard Bunce 
Thomas Adair 
Edward Nicolls 
J M Bevians 
Tho Sherman 
Wm Connolly 
Jas Nicholson 
George Beatty 
W H Snowe 
Thos A Parke 
John Woliige 
Geo Marshall 
Nath C<de 
Edward Bailie 
John Owen 
John Robyns 
Peter Jones 
Wm Ramsay 

John Wright 
Thomp Aslett 
Richard Parry 
Robert White 
John Maughan 
Richard Owen 
John Brittain 
Aug K Colley 
Fras G G Lee 
James S Smith 
George Peebles 
Jas S Pilcher 
James R Hore 
T L Lawrence 
Edw S Mercer 
R S Wilkinson 
Thos Mitchell 
John Moore 
Jos Williams 
Wm Walker 


118 


Fred Waters 
Wm Taylor 
Thos Moore 
John M ( Ca 3 lum 
Thos Lemon 
Thos Hurdle 
Chas Menzies 
Robert Hall 
Andw Herriot 
H J Murton 
J H Harrison 
Wm Fergusson 
James Cottell 
Julius Fleming 
Richard Swale 
Gilb Langdon 
R J F Ciowther 
Joseph Walker 
Thos Appleton 
Chas Cupples 
Mich Burton 
Thomas Peebles 
Thos Seward 
Joshua S Sayer 
Wm Murray 
Walter Powell 
Wm M Burton 
Edw Hancock 
Jas H Patten 
George A Bell 
A H Gordon 
Samuel Mallcck 
Pat Robertson 
David Marlay 
Thomas Moore 
Wm Baker 
John M Pilcher 
Thos Stevens 
W H Robinson 
Rich Edwards 
D A Glb.'one 


Rich Farmar 
Hen Timpson 
Ben Bunce 
C J Stevens 
John Campbell 
Robert J Little 
John Hewes 
Alex Campbell 
A A R Wolrige 
T Carr Steward 
Don Campbell 
W Strangways 
Robert Kellow 
John R Cory ton 
J Lawrence 
Wm Bate 
W Jas Stewart 
John Weaver 
R B Galloway 
Josh J Wylde 
John Hay 
Hugh Mitchell 
Giles Meech 
Sam Jo Payne 
George Oneili 
Wm Young 
John Wilson 
Wm Burton 
Geo J Bristow 
Robert Mercer 
George Wright 
W S Knapman 
Wm P Gilborn 


James S Smith 
T L Lawrence 
Cha Menzies 
H J Murton* 

J H Harrifon 
Richard Swaile 


Royal 
Marine Artillery 
Command, 
Sir R Williams 
Major 
Thos A Parke 
Capts. 


DJ Ballingall |R Parry 


l ft Lieuts 
G E Balchild 
John Wilson 
John Maule 
John H Stevens 
R Cha Steele ' 
W Henry Devon 
John A Philips 
Fred Spry 
Wm Calamy 
Henry James 
Jos Lundington 
Dover Farrant 
John B Castieau 
Robert Henry 

2d Lieuts. 
John M‘Arthur 
S R Wesley 
Thomas Park 
James Barry 
Henry Savage 
Robet Wright 
Thos P Dwyer 
Wm Wood 
Chas J Long 
Wm Lee 
Henry W Park 
George Logan 
John Fraser 
John R Irving 
Thos Holloway 
F A Campbell 

GE Balchild ,qm 
R C Steele, adjt 














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RATES of HALF PAY of 
Per Diem.— Payable Quarterly. 
Flag Officers, 

L. s. d 

Admiral of the fleet 
Admirals 
Vice Admirals 
Rear Ditto 

Captains , 

To each of the first 100 as 
they stand on the general 
List of Officers in senior. 0 14 6 
To each of the next 150 0 12 6 

To the rest - 0 10 6 

Commanders, 

To each 1 st 150 on the ListO 10 0 


3 0 
2 0 
1 12 t> 
15 0 


the NAVY and MARINES. 
Per Diem.—Payable Quarterly. 
To next 200 (being quali- L. s. d. 

fled for 3d or 4 th rates; 0 6 0 
The remainder having ser¬ 
ved 5 years in ttie Navy, 

2 of which as acting or 
2 d Master,or astViasler’s 
Mate or Midshipman 0 


To the remainder 

Lieutenants , 

To each 1 st 300 on the List 0 


0 8 6 


To each of the next 700 
To the remainder 

Royal Marines , 

Colonels 

Lieutenant Colonels 
Majors - - 0 

Captains - - 0 

First Lieuts 7 yrs standing 0 
The rest - 0 

Second Lieutenants - 0 

Masters , 

To the first 100 on the List 
(being qualified for first 
or second rates) - 0 


7 0 
6 0 
5 0 


0 14 6 
0 11 0 


9 6 
7 0 
4 6 
4 0 
3 0 


7 0 


5 0 


Medical Officers ,— Physicians , 


After 10 years service 

1 

1 0 

3 \ ears 

0 

15 0 

Under that time 

0 

10 6 

Surgeons, 

Six years service 

0 

6 0 

Under that time 

0 

5 0 

Assistant Surgeons 

» 


Three years service 

0 

3 0 

Two years 

0 

2 0 

Dispensers 

0 

5 0 

Chaplains , 

After 8 years service at 

sea, or 10 in harbour 

0 

5 0 

For less service, not under 


3 years,—a proportion 
of the above 

For each yr’s longer ser¬ 
vice than 10 yrs, 6d. per 
diem addit. till it reach 0 10 0 
Pursers , 

To the 1 st 100 on the List 0 5 0 
-next 200 0 4 0 

The remainder 0 3 0 


WAR ESTABLISHMENT of RATES and MEN. 

1st rate, ioo guns, 875 men to 850 ; 2d, 98 to 90, 750 to 
700; 3d, 80 to 64, 650 to 500 ; 4th, 60 to 50, 420 to 320; 
yth, 40 to 32, 300 to 220; 6th, 28 to 30, 200 to 140; sloops, 
18 to 16, 125 to 90 Gbgs., cutt., &c., 14 to 6, 5010 25.— 
When an Admiral’s flag is hoisted in a first rate, her complement 
is 875 ; when a V.-Adm. 870 ; a Rear-Adm. 865. Ships of the 
Line, Fifties, Frigates, and Royal Yts, are commanded by Post- 
Capt.; Sloops of War, Bbs, Fire-Sh., Armed-Sh., Store-Sh. and 
Armes en flute under 50 guns, by Commanders. Schooners, Cut¬ 
ters, &c. by Lieutenants. Store-Sloops, by Masters. Small craft 
by Midshipmen who have passed for Lieutenants. 









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ARMY LIST. 




AIDES-DE CAMP TO THE KING. 


Col Lord Clinton, h.p. 8 Gar.Bn. 

— Lord Downes, k.c.b. Gr. Gds 

Surveyor Gen. of Ordnance, 

— Robert II Dick, 42 F. 

— Charles iMorland, 9 Dr. 

— Neil Douglas, 79 F. 

— Thomas Downman, R. Art. 

— M of T weeddale, k.t. 1 )0 F. 

— W K Elphinstone, h.p. 16 Dr 
F WTrench, m.p. h.p. 
l ord Saltoun, Gren. Gds 

— • Henry Wyndham, IQ Dr. 


Col Willoughby Cotton, 47 F. 

— C W Thornton, late of R. A. 

— Sir E J iVPGregor, h p. 8 Dr. 

— Edward Gibbs, h. p. 52 F. 

— G T Napier, h.p. Sicil. Reg. 

— Sir C B Vere, k.c.b. h.p.6 *F. 

— Hn. H Pakenham, Port. Ser. 

— Sir A Dickson, k.c.b R.A. 

— J T Jones, R. Eng. 

— Sir J Harvey, K.c.n. 103 F 

— Leonard Green well, 45 F. 

— SirGScovell, kcb. R.Wag.T. 

STAFF IN SOUTH BRITAIN. 

HisR.H. the Duke of York, K G.&G.C.B. commander-in-chief 
Lieut.-Gen Sir Herbert Taylor, military secretary 
Lt.,Col. G Disbrowe and Maj. Tho. Maling, assistant secretary 
R. Hodgson, d.d. chaplain-gen. Rev. W. Dakins, d.c.l. assist. 
Col. H F Cooke, Lieut-col. Armstrong, Lieut-col. Hon. George 
Anson, and F Russell, aides-de-camp 6 

Maj.-General Sir Henry Torrens, adjutant-general 
Major-general John Macdonald, deputy adjutant-general 
L.t-Colon el D’Aguilar, assistant adjutant-general 
Captain Garvock, deputy assistant adjutant general 
Lt col. W G M'Gregor, inspecting field officer recruiting depart. 
Lieut.-general Sir J W Gordon, quarler-master-geoeral 
Major-general Sir R D Jackson, deputy quarter-master-general 
Lt-Colonel Freeth, assist, quarter master general 
Lieut Enoch, deputy assistant quarter master general 
Sir James M'Grigor, director general of the medical department 
Ear! Bathuist, principal secretary of state for colonial department 
Robert Wilmot Horton and W. Hay, Esqrs. under secretaries 
Lord Palmerston, sec. at war—W Merry, Esq depute sec. at war 
Right Hon. Sir Charles Long, paymastei general 
Right Hon. John Beckett, judge advocate general 
Field Marshal Duke of Wellington, master general of ordnance 
Lieut.-gen. Sir WH Clinton, lieut. general of ordnance 
Colonel Lord Downes, surveyor general of ordnance 
General Gother Mann, inspector general of fortifications 
Laur. Sulivan, superintendent .current branch / and Rich. Brown, 
superintendent of arrear branch, military account department 







121 

STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS IN IRELAND . 
Lt.-Gen. S : r George Murray, G C.B. Commanding the Forces. 
Major J H Beishes, and Maj, Lord Edward Hay, aides-de-camp 
Lieut-Colonel A Weddcrburn, military secretary 
Lieutenant Siborn, assistant do. 

Cotonel Gardiner, deputy adjutant general 
Colonel O’Brien, principal assistant adjutant general 
Colonel Sir J Douglas, deputy quartermaster general 
Colonel R. Owen, assistant quarter master general 
D. Walker, Esq, deputy judge advocate general 
Major G. Spotti9wood, comm, of Hibernian school 
Lieutenant R. Speedy, provost marshal 


STAFF IN NORTH BRITAIN. 

Maj-gen. Sir R W O’Callaghan, (Edinb.) commanding the forces 
Lieut. Hon. A F Cathcart, aide-de-camp 
Bt. Major Lindesay, major of brigade 
Major Lord Robert Kerr, assistant adjutant general 
Major H G Broke, assistant quarter master general 
Col. Thackeray and Capt Thomson, Edinburgh ; Capt Calder, 
Glasgow; Capt Tapp, Fort George, engineers 
James Dease, surgeon to the forces 
T G Stephenson, assistant ditto 

Charles Quartley Palmer, assistant ditto , Fort George 
Colonel Robert Anstruther, baggage-master-general 

RECRUITING DEPARTMENT. 

Edinburgh . j Glasgoiv. 

Under the Superintendence of Lt-c. Hastings, insp.field officer 
the Asst.Adj.Gen. N. Britain. Lieut. Deans, district adjutant 
Lieut. Nunn, staff adjutant | O. Lindsey, surgeon 

Tho. Small, Esq. del. and dist. paymaster , Edinburgh 


Officers Superintending Subdivisions . 


Lt Sheaffe, 50 th F y —Edinburgh 
Lt Ducat, 91 st F.—2 d Ed.Sub. 
Lt Irwin, 45 th F.— Aberdeen 
Lt Seton, 7th F.— Perth 
Lt Tinling, 13 th F— Glasgoiv 
Lt Impett, 71 st F.—2 d do. Sub. 
Lt Campbell, 99 th F .-Inverness 


Lt Campbell, 1st F .-Kilmarnock 
Lt Walsh, 5 th F.— Dingwall 
Lt Dickson, 60 th F.— Dumfries 
Lt Ferguson, 75 th F.— Selkirk 
Lt Thomson, 30 th F.— Paisley 
Lt Inkson, 80 th F.— Dundee 
Lt King, 74 th F.— Wick 










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122 


Officers in charge of Permanent Parties . 


I,t Campbell, 1 F .—Hamilton 
Lt ,21 F .—Dumfries 

I t Rob.‘Ot), 26 F .—Edinburgh 
Lt ,42 F,— Stirling 
Lt Dalgety, 70 F .—Paisley 
Ltlmpett, 71 F .—Glasgow 
Lt Chisholm ,72 F .-Edinburgh 
Lt Dawson, 73 F.*—Ditto 


LtM‘Pherson, 74 F .-Kilmarnock 
Lt Fergusson, 75 F .—Stirling 
Capt M‘Gregor, 78 F .—Aberdeen 

Bt.Maj.Mitchell ,79 F_ Thurso 

l-t Hughe?, 91 F .—Stirling 
Ensign O’Kelly, 92 F .—Huntly 
CaptLongmore, Staff— Edinb, 
Capt Marshall, e.i.c. —Ditto 


BARRACKS IN NORTH BRITAIN 
Lord Nairne, Assistant Inspector General of Barracks 
Alex. Mackay, Clerk. — ( 0 Jff.ee, Queensberry-house.) 


Barracks, Bar Mafers . 
Berwick-on-Tweed, D. Logan 


Piershill 

Edinburgh 

Greenlaw 

Blackness 

Hamilton 

Glasgow 


James Roughead 
Capt J. Macdonald 
John Ram?ay 
J. Machardy 
Capt. J. Brown 
Capt. Rob. Collier 


Port Patrick John Taylor 


Barracks. Bar. Musters. 

Diunbarton Major J Alexander 
Perth Capt John Bellairs 

Stirling Major Arth.Forbes 
Paisley John Hicks 
E. Augustus Lt. W R Spalding 
Port William Capt.DM k Dougall. 
Port George Wm Man ford 
F • Charlotte , Shetland , E Phillips 


GOVERNORS OF FORTS, &c. IN IRELAND. 


Londonderry , <%c. Gen. G VHart 
Cork, Gen. Sir Brent Spencer 
Maj.Gen. Stirling, Lt. Gov 
Limerick, Gen. Wm Knollys 
Kinsale, General Sir David Baird 
Duncannon , Lt.-g.SirJHamilton 
Ross Castle , Gen. SirH Johnston 

G A R R 

Berwick , 

Gover. Gen. Sir Ben. Tarleton 
Lt.Gov. Earl of Ludlow 
Blackness Castle , 

Gover. Gen.Sir HewDalrymple 
Cals hot Castle , 

Gover. Gen. Earl of Cavan 
Carlisle , 

Cover. Maj.Gen Sir G A Wood 
Lt.Gov. LtCol. J Farquharson 


Charlemont, Gen, Sir John Doyle 
Galway, Maj.-gen. Sir Jo. Elley 
Carrickferg. Gen, Sir BLeighton 
Hilsb. Fort, Marq, of Downlhire 
Maryburgh , Lord Maryborough 
Athlone , Viscount Castlcniain 
Castlemain , Capt St Geo. Cuff 

ISONS. 

Carrickfergus , 

Gover. Gen. Sir B. Leighton 
Charlemont , 

Gover. Gen. Sir John Doyle 
Chelsea Hospital , 

Gover. Gen Sir Samuel llulse 
Lt.Gov. Lt-Geu. Sir A Hope 
Chester , 

Gover. Gen. Ed. Morrison 
Lt. Gov . LtCol. Edm. Coghlan 











123 



Cinque - Ports, 

L. War.Kari of Liverpool 
Ef of Dover Cas. It H Jenkinson 
Cork, 

Gover. Gen. Sir B Spencer 
LtGoO. Major Gen J Stirling 
Dartmouth, 

Gover. A. H. Holdsworth , 
Fort.M»iA-Co\. VV Belford 
Dumbarton Castle, 

Gover. Gen. Lord Harris 
Lt.Gov. Lt-Gen. John Vincent 
Duncannon Fort, 

Gover. Lt-Gen Sir J Hamilton 
Edinburgh Castle, 

Gover Gen. Sir R. Abererombj 
Lt.Gov. LtGen. James Hay 
F.Maj. Major B Harvey 
Fishguard, 

Gover. CqI.J. Philipps 
G alve ay, 

Gover. Maj.-gen. Sir Jo. Elley 
Gravesend ^ Tilbury Fort, 
Gover. Lt.Geu. SirG.L.Coie 
Lt. Goo.Col. James Hawker 
Guernsey, 

Gover. Gen. Earl of Pembroke 
jLLGoo.Maj Gen.Sir J. Colborne 
Hull, 

Gover. Gen Lord Hill 
Lt.Guv. Col. C W Thornton 
llursl Castle, 

Gover. Lt-Col.Hon.J Creighton 
Fort George, 

Gover. General Alex. Ross 
D.Gov. Col. Alex. Mair 
Fort Augustus, 

D.Gov. 

Jersey, 

Gover. Gen. Lord Beresford 
ZJ.Goo.M.Gen.Sir C.Halkett 
Kinsale, 

Gover. General Sir David Baird 
El-Goo. Lt-Col. Arth Browne 
Landguard Fort, 

Gover. Gen. Sir R Brownrigg 
Lt. Gov. Lt. Col. Cha. A. W est 
Limerick, 

Gover. Gen William Knollys 


Londonderry and Culmore, 
Gover. Gen. GV Hart 
Isle of Man, 

Gover. Maj.Gen. Lord Glenlyon 
D.Gov. Cornelius Smelt 
St Maws, 

Keeper Gen. Sir G. Nugent 
D.Gov. Lt.Col. C D.Graham 
Milford Haven, 

Gover. Sir John Owen 
ft. Military College, Sandhurst, 
Gover. Gen. Sir Edward Paget 
Lt-Gov Colonel James Butler 
R. Military Asylum, Chelsea, 
Comm. Lt-Col G Williamson 
Military Asylum, Southampton, 
Comm. Licut-Col G Evatt 
Pendennis Castle, 

Gover. Gen. M. Hunter 
Lt.Gov. Lt.Col. W. Fenwick 
Plymouth, 

Gover. Duke of Wellington 
Lt.Gov. i\l. Gen. SirJ Cameron 
Portland Castle, 

Gover. John Penn 

Portsmouth, 

Gover. F. M. Earl Harcourt 
Lt. Gov. Maj Gen. Sir James Lyon 
Ross Castle, 

Gover* Gen Sir H Johnston 
Scarborough Castle, 

Gover. Earl of JV 1 ulgrave 
Scilly Isldnd, 

Gover. Dukeof Leeds 
Lt.Gov. M.Gen. J. N. Smyth 
Sheerness 

Gover. Lord Combermere 
Lt.Cov. Lt.Col. R. Walker 
South-Sea Custle. 

D.Gov. Lt.Col. Alex. Loraine 
Stirling Castle, 

Gover. Gen. E. of Donoughmore 
D.Gov. Lt.Gen.Sam.Graham 
Tynemouth and Cliff Fort, 
Gover. Gen. D.D. Wemyss 
Lt.Gov. litGen. W Thomas 
Tower of London, 

Const. Gen. M. of Hastings 
Lieut. Gen. Win Loftus 











m 


™ — 

Uprtnr Castle, 

Govcr. Lt.Col. A. Lawrence 
X> 7 e 0/ Wight, 

Goo. Karl of Malmesbury 
LtGov. Gen. M. Archdail 
CtfpL of Sundown Fart, Capt Sir 
Win W> nn 

■- Fnrrw. Castle, Lt.-Gen. 

C. Griffiths 

— Carisb. Cast, Major-Gen. 

W. Paterson 

— ■■■ ~ Cuices Castle, Gen. H. 

Marq. of Anglesey 
Fort William , 

Gover. 

Lt.Gov. Lt-Gen. Sir Ja. Kempt 
Windsor, 

Gover. Karl of Harrington 
Yarmouth, North, 

Gover. Maj Gen.A..Brooke 

G1 B ft A I TA Ft. 

Gover. Gen. Karl of Chatham 
XxGoo.Gen. Sir Geo. Don 
Malta, 

Gover. Gen. ft I a rq. of Hastings 
XL Gov. Sir Manley Bower 
Ionian Islands , 

Gov. Sir Frederick Adam 
Cape of Good Hope , 
Gover. Lord Charles Somerset 
Lt.Gov. Maj-gen. Rich Bourk 
Mauritius , (Isle of FranceJ 
Gover. Hon. Sir G L Cole 
Sierra Leone, fyc. 

Gov. Maj-Gen. Sir N Campbell 
Ceylon. 

Gover. Lt-gen. Sir Kdw Barnes 
West Indies. 

A ntigua, 

Gover. Maj.Gen. Sir Pat Ross 
Lt-Gov R. Matthews, Esq. 
Dominica, 

Gover. Maj-Gen W Nicolay 
Trinidad, 

Gover. Sir R. Woodford 
Barbadoes, 

Gover. Lt.Gen. Sir H. Warde 
Grenada, 

Gover. Maj, G. Sir J. Campbell 


J amaica, 

Gover. Du ke of Manchester 
XLGoo.M.Gen. Sir John Keane 
St Lucia, 

Gover. M.Gen. J ftlain waring 
Tobago 1 

Gover. M Gen.SirK.P. Robinson 
St Vincent, 

Gover. SirCha. Brisbane 
St Christopher, 

Gover. Colonel C W Maxwell 
Demarara and Esseqw'bo, 
Gover. M.-Gen. SirB.D 1 Urban 
Bermuda. 

Gover. Lt gen. SirT H Turner 
Bahama Islands, 

Gover, Maj -Gen L. Grant 
Berhice, 

XL Gov. Henry Beard, Esq, 
Montserrat , 

Lt.Gov .S P Stewart 
Nevis , 

Lt.Gov. W Boothby 
■Anguilla, 

XLGov.Williain Richardson 
Virgin Islands, 

Lt.Gov.C olonel J Bathurst 

New South Wales. 
Gover. Lt-gen. Ralph Darling 
Lt.Gov.W illiam Stewart, Esq, 
St. Helena, 

Gover. Lt-Col Alex Walker 
North America. 
Lower Canada, 

Gover. Karl ofDalhousie 
XLGou.Sir F. N. Burton 
Upper Canada, 

Lt.Gov. Maj.Gen. SirP. Maitland 
Nova Scotia, 

Lt.Gov. Sir James Kempt 
Prince Edward's Island, 
Lt.Gov. Lt-Col. J. Ready 
New Brunswick, 

Lt. Gov. ftl a j Gen. S i rH. Douglas 
Newfoundland. 

Gover. Sir T J Cochrane 
St John's, 

Lt.Gov, Col. Sir George Elder 









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GENERAL Iff FIELD OFFICERS . 




FIELD 

MARSHALS. 

17 95 

Duke of York 
1813 

Dof Wellington 
DofCumberland 
Dof Cambridge 

1816 

D of Gloucester 
PrinceofCoburg 
1821 

Earl Harcourt 


GENERALS 

1802 
Sir Robt. Aber- 

cromby 
Sir A Clarke 

1803 

Sir Sam Hulfe 
Sir Jas Steuart 
E of Harrington 
M of Hastings 

1808 

Sir Hen Johnfon 

1809 

Sir James Duff 
E of Mulgrave 
1812 

Sir PE Irving 
Lord Harris 
Earl Cat heart 
Sir B Tarleton 
Sir HDalrymple 
Gordon Foibes 
Wm Maxwell 
Eof Pembroke 
E of Chatham 
Alex Campbell 


Alexander Rofs 
Vise. Killmorey 
Henry Pigot 

1813 

Sir Geo Nugent 
Sir Wm Keppel 
E. of Douough- 
more 

John Hamilton 
Alex Hay 
Wm Loftus 
Oliver Nicolls 
Sir Geo Hewett 

1814 
John A Harris 
Wm J Arabin 
Sir George Don 
Lord J Howden 
Lord C Fitzroy 
N C Burton 
Edw Morrifon 
Thomas Garth 
Earl of Rofslyn 
Earl Ludlow 
Earl of Cavan 
Sir David Baird 
Hon. F St John 
LdCHSomerfct 
John Defpard 
Prince ofOrange 

1819 

Hon. R Taylor 
George Milner 
Marq.of Hun.tly 
Hon. E Finch 
Ifa&c Gafcoyne 
D D We my Is 
Henry Wynyard 
Dun Campbell 
Tho Grolvenor 


John Calcraft 
Lord Forbes 
M of Anglesey 
Sir John Doyle 
SirR Brownrigg 
Wm Knoll ys 
Hon. Ed Phipps 
Wm Cartwright 
Bar. Hompesch 
Sir B Leighton 
John Coffin ’ 
Sir Chas Green 
1821 
Gother Mann 
Jos Champagne 
G Cockburne 
Edward Dunne 
JasDrummond 
W Dowdefwell 
Sir A Mackenzie 
Geo Moncrieffe 
Tho Meyrick 
Lord Lynedoch 
Hon C Fitzroy 
Fras Hugonin 
1825 

William Scott 
Francis Fuller 
Sir Jas Affleck 
George V Hart 
George Warde 
M Archdall 
Sir J Sherbrook 
Sir G Drumond 
James Wharton 
Sir Wm Payne 
Hon Edw Bligh 
Ld W Bentinck 
Eail of Cork 
Hon. II G Grey 


Hon.SirE Paget 
Sir B Spencer 
LdCombcrmere 
Sam Dalrymple 
Lord Hill 
Denzil Onflow 
Sir JohnMurray 
William Twifs 
Hon. Cha Hope 
Sir Geo Pigot 
Fred Maitland 
Martin Hunter 
Lord Beresford 


GENERALS. 

1808 
Wm Thornton 

1809 

R N Hopkins 
1811 
Baron Drefchfel 
CountLinfingen 
Richard Bright 
1813 
EarlofDalhoufie 
Thomas Baker 
B.deHochepied 
Henry Williams 
MqConyngham 
Hon. SirA Hope 
John Frafer 
Peter Heron 
Thomas Peter 
John Ram fay 
Sir J Broughton 
William Dyott 
SirRCFergufon 
Sir R M‘Farlane 
John G Crofbie 
Edward Stack 


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Hon. J Brodiick 
Sir Hen Warde 
James Durham 
Hon. D Leflie 
John M Kerr 
Thomas Scott 
Sir H Turner 
Chrift Chowne 
Hn.W Maitland 
John G CSkene 
Hon. J Crewe 
Hn. SirGLCole 
Quin J Freeman 
Earl of Granard 
S Lightburne 
Francis Moore 
VifcountLorton 
Sir WHClinton 
Sir W Stewart 
1814 

FT Hammond 
Sir J Hamilton 
R D Blake 
Robert Douglas 
Hn.Rob Meade 
Sit W Houfton 
George Michell 
Sir Tho Hiflop 
John Macleod 
Alex Dirom 
Earl of Elgin 
David Hunter 
EofBreadalbane 
John Slade 
Wm Spencer 
Samuel Graham 
J Montgomrie 
F A Wetherall 
J D Arabin 
Wm Buchanan 
Sir W Lumley 
Sir M Difney 


126 


John M‘Kenzie 
A G Stirling 
Wm Thomas 
John Michel 
Baron Decken 
John Ram fey 
Christ Darbv 
Wm Wilkinfon 
Sir H Montrcfor 
C Stevenfon 
John Hodgfon 
R T Nelfon 
SrMNightingal 
Tames Hay 
Wm Cocktll 
Rich Bingham 
Sir H Clinton 
Jas Robertfon 
EWLPopham 
James Dunlop 
Sir FG Maclean 
Walter Ker 
SirHFCampbell 
Wm Burnett 
Marquis of Lon 
donderry 
1819 
John Smith 
Wm Cuppage 
Thomas Seward 
Francis Laye 
J Croker 
L B Wallis 
Sir John Hope 
Geo Meyrick 
Sir A Cameron 
Lord Blayney 
Hon. S Mahon 
John S Wood 
Bar. Rotten burg 
Sir Cha Colville 
Fred Cha White 


Gore Browne 
L Lindenthal 
Roger Coghlan 
Sir Henry Fane 
Sir Rob Bolton 
Sir Geo Anfon 
Lord Howard 
T RCharleton 
SirHdeHinuber 
Sir Henry Bell 
1 ho Strickland 
L01 d Hartland 
Sir J S Maxwell 
V/ T Dilkes 
Henry Rudycrd 
Sir John Ofwald 
Pinson Bonham 
Sir Wm Anfon 
Sir Ed Howorth 
Charles Terrot 
William Fyers 
1821 
Edw Stehelin 
J A Schalach 
Henry Hutton 
Sir T Saumare2 
J Jenkinfon 
Theoph Lewis 
F Dclaval 
C Callendar 
J Mackelcan 
J T Layard 
John Skinner 1 


Sir W Peacocks 
SirW Cockbuin 
J Pare 
Sir C Wale 
John LeCouteur 
Sir J Vandeleur 
Charles Pye 
Sir WAyiett 
J R Fletcher 
Robert Browne 
Alex J Goldie 
Sir R H Sheaffe 
John Hughes 
Hon. Alex Duff 
Sir Geo Airey 
Sir R S Donkin 
Sir E Stopford 
Sir Geo Cooke 
F J Backhoufe 
WEden 
Vifcount Lake 
Sit GT Walker 
K M‘Kenzie 
Sir J Dalrymple 
Ld Wahingham 
Sam Hawker 
1825 
W Raymond 
Ter O’Loghlin 
Sir G Murray 
Sir Jas Kempt 
C N Cook fon 
Wm Johnflon 


James Meredith ! John Burton 


R H Farmar 
W Tench 
I S Saunders 
L Maclean 
G Wilfon 
D Balling-all 
D Shank 
William Minet 


Evan Lloyd 
Mat Sharpe 
D LWidrington 
Richard Blunt 
Henry Baylcy 
F S Rebow 
William Guard 
Sir T R Dyer 














127 


Henry Conran |Jolin G Clay 
SirW H PringleiA C Jackson 
Gerard Gossclin G I Hall 
Sir FP Robinson HnWBlaquiere 
A R Dillon iThos Browne 
D Darroch Sir J Lambert 
John Grey Sir J WGordon 
John Murray Michael Head 
Arthur Aylmer Joseph Fuller 
J Mackenzie |T G Montresor 
Sir Edw Barnes R Darling 
E R Cope G Horsford 
Phineas Riall Sir Herb.Taylor 
Wm Brooke Lord Aylmer 

ThoMolyneux —- 

GA Arms: rong maj.general6 
Sir A Fitzgerald 1798 

Benj Foibes Wm G Strutt 
180X 


Wm Peachey 
Sir Wm Inglis 
John Vincent 
G Lewis 
Rob Lethbridge 
J Walker 


Stephen Poyntz 
1810 

L Bradihaw 
Baron Veltheim 
Baion Low 


Sir WHutchison Baron Bar lie 


Daniel Seddon 
Geo R Ainslie 
Sir John Byng 
Sir T Brisbane 
R O’Donovan 
C Neville 
Hn.TWFermor 
Alex Halkett 
H Swayne 
Hon. W Fitzroy 
Sit W K Grant 
C Griffiths 
LdRE Somerset 


Count C Alten 

1813 
Edward Scott 
Henry G Barry 
L de Watteville 

1814 

Sir C Holloway 
John Humfrey 
Sir C Imhoff 
G Gordon 
Alex Adams 
Lord M Donald 
Samuel Need 


Hn. A AnnesleyJEdw Webber 
Boyle Travers T L’Estrange 
Fred WmBu!ler|C Craven 
Sir T Bradford j J Foveaux 


Geo Kin. Dana 
J Moore 
Edward Baynes 
James Stirling 
Sir H Vavasour 
Hem yR Knight 
Robei tDouglass 
Sam V Hinde 
T N Wyndham 
Bcrken. Glegg 
Hon. J Ramsay 
F Streicher 
Lewis Mosheim 
Sir C Grant 
Sir James Lyon 
Wm Gilford 
James Orde 
C B Egerton 
SirTSBeckwith 
H J Gumming 
Sir Cha Phillips 
Henry Bruce 
TBReynardson 
Lord Proby 
Sir P Maitland 
Hon.Edw Capel 
Sir W Sheridan 
G Basil Mundy 
G Johnstone 
SirRO’Cailagan 
Sir John Keane 
W H Beckwith 
Ld GBeresford 
Rob Campbell 
Robert Balfour 
E. of Carnwath 
James Cuming 
H Eustace 
Sir ColinHalket 
SirHE Bunbury 
Sir H Lowe 
Sir Fred Adam 


Sir R H Vivian 
SirHenTorrens 
LotdBloomfield 
Geo Cookson 
1819 
Sir John Elley 
H S Keating 
Lewis Grant 
Lord FBentinck 
Wm Douglas 
Arthur Brooke 
P Carey 
John F S Smith 
Hen Shrapnell 
John M‘Nair 
Lemuel Warren 
Wm Nedham 
John A Wallace 
Hastings Fraser 
Lord Blantyre 
Sir JasCampbell 
Seb Maw by 
Edward Codd 
R Sewell 
C A Harcourt 
George Hill 
SarnuelSwinton 
JMMainwaring 
Sir C P Belfon 
Hon. J Meade 
G Pown,Adams 
Sir J Dalrymple 
John Macleod 
Henry Elliot 
Over. Blunden 
J N Smyth 
John Lamont 
Wm Armstrong 
Sir B D’Urban 
John Locke 
George WulfF 
John Taylor 











Tv 

Robert D’Arcy 
Sam T Dickens 
Geo W Dixon 
Wiltsh. Wilson 
Tho Reynell 
SirGR Bingham 
T B St George 
John Murray 
Sir C J Greville 


128 

Spencer C Parry 
Aug De Butts 
Martin C Cole 
Robert Evans 
R Bourke 
Hon. Pat Stuart 
Wm Miijar 
Hon. H Trevor 
J S Barns 


Sir LW Otway Joseph Gubbina 


Wm Nicolay 
St E Kerriaon 
AMKHamilton 
SirLionel Smith 
Sir G Leith 
Robert Barton 
Wm Patterfon 
Sir G A Madden 
John W Guife 
SirC Wm Doyle 
J Bathurst 
Paul Anderson 
John Dalrymple 
Brooke Young 
Lord Glenlyon 
Sir A f Barnard 

1821 
A H Pye 
J Shaw 
Richard Figot 
James Watson 


Hon. W Harris 
Sir H Douglas 
G D Robertson 
John Nugent 
Vise deChabot 
Wm Binks 
Sir Pat Ross 
D Walker 
Sir T Pritzler 
Mont. Burrows 
Hon. A P Upton 
SirJo Cameron 
S Huskisson 
George Salmon 
H Adonckton 
Fras Hepburn 
John Alaister 


18 25 
S Brown 
D Herbert 
H C Darling 
John Ross 
Hon. H King 
Wm Thornton 
Joseph Maclean 
John Harris 
Sir G A Wood 
Rich Dickinson 
Henry Tolley 
J Macdonald 
Sir Chas Pratt 
N Blackwell 
D Stewart 
Hn.JB O’Neill 
A MM‘Gregor 
Hn.GStapylton 
Anthony Salvin 
Anthony Walsh 
Wm Johnston 
Fras Newbeiy 
Rich Buckby 
Robert Stewart 
Lewis Davies 
A Armstrong 


Hon. G Murray Sampson Freeth 
Sir Hen Askew D F Blommart 
Henry Darling Joseph Straton 
Wm Stewart |Sir E Blakeney 
Hon. W Stuart Jas C Dalbiac 


George Ramsay Jasper Nicolls [Sir A Bryce 


Francis Burke 
J P Coffin 
Sir J Maclean 
Geo B Fisher 
Sir R D Jackson 
Sir N Campbell 
Thos Hawker 
Sir G Quentin 
Jas Campbell 
Sir C Camphell 
George Mackie 
Sir J Wilson 
Sir R Travers 
Sir S F Whit- 
tingham 
Sir J Colborne 
Sir A Campbell 
SirT M‘Mahon 
A Woodford 
Hn F Ponsonby 
C Palmer 
SirTArbuthnot 
Sir H Bouverie 
Hn. HA Craven 
Lord Burghersh 
Viscount Forbes 
Sir Ja C Smyth 
Lord FSomerset 
R Pilkington 
Henry Evatt 
Wm Hen Ford 
F W Mulcaster 
Ld C S Manners 


LIFE GUARDS. 

Col. in Chief 
The King. 

I. 

Colonel 


CAVALRY . 

Lt. Col 

Hn. H B Lygon 
Maj.&Lt.Col. 

H F Cavendish 
Alajor 


E of Harrington JEarlof Uxbridge 


Captains 
B Camac 
Henry Wyatt 
Samuel Cox 
H R Bullock 
Hon. ACLegge 


John Hall 
Hn.WLLFitz 
G de Roos 
Charles Hall 
Lieuts. 

George Storey 
















EKL Bayard 
E C Fletcher 
W F Chetwynd 
Richard Parker 
Henry Vynec 
Hn.HT Let son 
Cor. & Sub.Lt. 
Henry Every 
Chas Heneage 
H B Baring 
Henry Blackett 
Hn. G Kinnaird 
C G Du Fre 
Sir E Blacket 
Tho Em an, adjt 
M L Efte, surg 
S Bloxham, vs 
Greenwood, ag 

II. 

Colonel 
Ear 1 Cathcart 

Lt. Col. 
Hon.EPLygon 
Majors 
R MacNeil 
Arth Chichester 

Captains 
Fred Evelyn 
H W Barton 
G Greenwood 
G A Reid 
Charles Bulkley 
Jas Macdouall 
Marq. of Car¬ 
marthen 
W Milligan 

Lieuts. 

Jas Cuthbert 
Gecrge Lyon 
L D Williams 
E G Howard 


129 


Hn. G Edwards 
J Davidson 
G T Bulkeley 
Cornets 
John Trotter 
Hn. C Berkeley 
Geo C Mostyn 
] Kin loch 
Thomas Hare 
Mort. Ricardo 
Sir J Ogilvy 
C Clark, ad 
S Broughton, su 


John Field, v-s Geo S Hill, ad 


Lloyd Kenyon 
Hon. G Forester 
Lord C Russell 
T Brunt 
Cornets 

E. of Chichestei 
Marq of Douro 
J V Shelley 
Ld Elphinstone 
Lord Wellesley 
Hon. A Villiers 
Clement D Hill 
T O Cascoigne 


Greenwood, ag 

R. HORSE GDS. 

Colonel 

D of Wellington 
Lt. Col. 
Clement Hill 
Majors 
W Richardfon 
Henry Hanmer 
Captains 
E W Bouverie 
H E Boates 
T B Tathwell 
George Smith 
LdWP Lennox 
L E Heathcote 
P P Doyne 
R J Harrison 
Edmund Packe 
John Trent 
Lieuts. 
Simon Hirst 
E Dashwood 
Thomas Pigott 
E T Drake 
T W Gordon 
Tho P Cosby 


Quart-Mast. 
Pet Watmough 
W'm Latch ford 
John Speed 
Thomas Troy 
Andw Heartley 
Richard Cart 
— Shirley 
Arch Hair, sur 
Jas Seddall, v-s 
Greenwood, ag 

DRAG. GUARDS. 

L ( Kings.) 

Colonel 
W Cartwright 
Lt. Col. 

Geo Teefdale 
Majors 
James Delancey 
Robert Wallace 
Captains 
T N Quicke - 
W A Maxwell 
F Polhill 
C G M Skinner 
George Bray 
George Quicke 



Francis Reed 
W C Smith 
Lieuts. 

T C Brander 
F Hammersley 
Thomas Dames 
J S Manning 
Richard Martin 
Henry Wilson 
CAD Tyssen 
John B Morris 
Rich F Poore 
G H Thompson 
G A Handley 
Cornets 
Cha Serj Smith 
Fred Hawkes 
S A Bayntun 
E C H Wilkie 
• 

DMaclaurin,pm 
H Hill, ad 
J Brown, q-m 
Wm Jones surg 
J W Jones, v-s 
Greenwood, ag, 

II. (Queens) 

Colonel 
Wm Loftus 
Lt. Col. 

James Kearney 
Majors 

WGhamberlayn 
W R Soullby 
Captaini 
Chas Kearney 
George Knox 
A J Caldwell 
R Fergufon 

Francis Copland fl 
G T Smith 












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Lieuts. 

Wm D Davies 
George Hedley 
Hon. R Howard 
Henry Curtis 
T G Skipwith 
T E Campbell 
C B Pitman 
Cornets 
J E Dyer 
H W Charlton 
G Webbe Tobin 
John C Hodge 
Francis Dobson 
C J Furlong, pm 
F Collins, adjt 
E Dyer, qm 
A Brown, surg 
W Woodman, vs 
Greenwood, ag 


130 


W Warrington 
Thomas Arthur 
WHBJ Wilson 
Cornets 
A I, Bouike 
W C Trevelyan 
Edw Wethered 
Arthur Innes 
J Montgomery 
F J Collingwood 
D Lutyens, pm 
W Martin, adj 
Jn Martin, qm 
S Peacocke, sur 
Thos Rose, vs 
Greenwood, ag 


Cornets 
T W Lloyd 
Hn. WVaughan 
HJ Collingwood 
Robert Holden 
A Draw water, fi 
J Rallett, adjt 
E Lawless, qm 
R Webster, sur 
A Kirwan, vs 
Hopkinsons, ag. 


T Boulton, pm 
J Griffith, adjt 
T Atkinson, qm 
TG Logan, surg 
J Constant, v-s 
Greenwood, ag. 


III. 

(Pr. of Wales's.) 
Colonel 

Sir Wm Payne 
Lt. Cols. 
George Holmes 
Majors 
E R Storey 
Hon.GR Aber- 
cromby 
Captains 
Geo Maunfell 
James Hadden 
F J Greene 
George Todd 
Geo Mecham 
Pat Chalmers 
Lieuts. 

Robert H Peel 
R W Peirse 
Alf Shcwell 


IV. (R. Irish.) 

Colonel 
Sir Henry Fane 
Lt. Col. 
Robert Rofs 
Majors 
Thomas Hutton 
J Chatterton 
Captains 
Thomas Boyd 
Giles Rickaby 
W B Ravenhill 
N L Beamish 
C Makepeace 
Love. Stamer 
Lieuts. 
James Shaw 
Henry Fane 
Wm Armit 
Geo M Keane 
G Walter Story 
C W Webster 
Wm M Owen 
W Cuninghame 
Henry Penleazt 


V. 

(P.C.of Wales's) 
Colonel 
Pr. of Coburg 
Lt. Col. 

J M Wallace 
Majors 
R D Cane 
N D Crichton 
Captains 
Tre. Wheler 
Henry Hunter 
William Hay 
Sir H J Seton 
J Gardiner 
Hon. J Kennedy 
Lieuts. 

Cha H Seton 
J L Hampton 
R S Streatfield 
John Brymer 
Si. W St L Clark 
R B Alartin 
G A Loraine 
Cornets 

J Wallace King 
Charles Stewart 
Chas J RadclyfFe 
TM Goodlake 
Samuel M‘Call 


VI .{Carabineers) 
Colonel 
Hon. R Taylor 
Lt-Coi. 

E Wildman 
Majors 
Wm Rutledge 
J Stephenson 
Captains 
J Jackson 
David Hay 
W M Kington 
RHollir.g worth 
JY Scarlett 
James S Brymer 
Lieuts. 

Hood Richards 
Wm Jos Berens 
Mich Daintry 
Wm Porter 
JEW Browne 
W S Phillips 
Hon. E Jerning- 
ham 
Cornets 
H Rich Jones 
Thos Ponsonby 
H P Coi ry 
Jos D Browne 
G A Heathcote 
David Hay, pm 
Cha Short, adjt 
E Wheldon, qm 
J Heriot, surg 
J Hayward, vs 
















131 


Collyer, ag. 

VII. (Prs. Roy.) 

Colonel 
Sir Rob. Bolton 
Lt-Col. 

Hon. S Mahon 
S Hancox 
Majors 
Dennis Daly 
A K Clark 
Captains 
F D Chalmers 
John Gowdie 
George Nugent 
H S Hodges 
Thomas Unett 
Wm Elton 
Lieut?. 

Francis Dunne 
H C Daniel 
Edm R Btiller 
John Osborn 
John Bolton 
R K Trotter 
WD King 
Joseph Hely 
Cornets 
Thos Atkinson 
John Cronyn 
J E Thewles 
R Richardson 
H W Atkinson 
T Hunter, pm 
C Hickman, adj 
J Johnson, qm 
A Blake, surg 
WAnderson,t>*s 
Collyer, ag. 


Colonel 
Thomas Garth 
Lt Cols 
Ld Walsinghaw 
A B Clifton 
Majors 
Ph Dorville 
Henry Stilted 
Captains 
Paul Phipps 
Charles Blois 
I hos Marten 
Edward Clive 
Benj Everard 
8 Goodenough 
Lieuts 
J Chamberlain 
Jas B Daubuz 
Daniel Webb 
W Hibbert 
J Barnev Petre 
Hen J Stracey 
James S Pitman 
Cornets 
John Yates 
J O Luxford 
Hump Traffbrd 
Wm R Sands 
W Desborough 
# 

CHanburv,pjw 
J Smith, adjt 
W Waddell, qm 
D Jameson, surg 
W Ryding, v-s 
Greenwood, ag. 


DRAGOONS. 
1 . (Royals.) 


II. R.N.British 
Colonel 
Sir Jas Steuart 
Lt-Col 
John Grey 


Majors 

Lord A W Hill 
Tames Wemyls 
Captains 
James Gape 
Cha Wyndham 
Wm StuTges 
A W Hevman 
R T Fawcett 
W H Oram 
Lieuts 
Mark Lloyd 
A W Wyndham 
George Hobart 
Wm Hull 
John Carnegie 
R G Crauturd 
Cornets 

Charles Norman 
J R Someiville 
J Gillies 
Mich G Adams 
F C Forde 
St VW Ricketts 
W Dawson, pm 
WCrawford, ad 
J Lennox, qm 
CAnnesley,sur£ 
Geo Watts, v~s 
Greenwood, ag 

1IIY King's own) 
Colonel 

LdCombermere 
Lt Col 

LordRManners 

Majors 

Charles Stilted 
C H Somerset 
Captains 
George Lloyd 
John M‘Queen 


Geo T Tuite 
Cha G Slade 
Arthur Baker 
Cha Phillipps 
Lieuts 
Jer RatclifFe 
D G Jebb 
Geo Watfon 
Henry Phillipps 
T Richardson 
G H Lockwood 
Cornets 

W W Congreve 
Theo Levett 
CWM Bald era 
W S Conway 
Henry Cosby 
Wm J Downes 
M Johnson, pm 
F Jackfon, adjt 
H Higgins, qm 
R Walker, surg 
W Scott, v-s 
Collyer, ag. 

\V.(Queen sown) 
Colonel 

FrancisHugonin 
Lieut Cols 
Nath Wilson 
George J Sale 
Majors 

George Brown 
Wm Fendall 
Captains 
W Havelock 
Wm Nepean 
G S Moore 
Edward Byne 
Francis D Daly 
John Eliott 
George Parlby 
















A W Bishop 
Hare Master 
Lieutenants 
C Cumbeilege 
E Gibson 
R R Gillespie 
W Fitzmaurice 
Hugh Cochrane 
Sir K A Jackson 
J Robinson 
George G Shaw 
George Weston 
Ja M‘Caflfrey 
S Ramsbottom 
A E Bromwich 
Edw Newton 
J A Henderson 
C P Ainslie 
Edward Harvey 
R Gumhleton 
Charles Villiers 
Cornets 
Bertram Ogle 
G A Brownlow 
Isaac Elton 
C Cumberledge 
Edward Ellis 
J Henley 
W Wildey, pm 
J Harrison, adjl 
J Dixon, qm 
WThomson,$ur 
Isaac Timm, v-s 
Hopkinsons, ag , 


B Whichcote 
Captains 
Robt Warrand 
Humph Orme 
C StJ Fancourt 
H WBjPortman 
Geo N Ramsay 
E M Wigley 
Lieut?* 
Robert Mansell 
Raym White 
W C Sheppard 
H F Mackay 
Hn. JArbuthr.ot 
Fred Wollaston 
O N Segrave 
J Waddington 
Cornets 
E J Hickman 
Hen Creighton 
Hon. C W Jer- 
ningham 
Wm J Hooper 
WArmstrong,/; 
W Armstrongs 
G Dickson, qm 
MAlexander,su 
R Vincent, v-s 
Browell, ag. 


VI. (Inniskilling) 
Colonel 
E of Pembroke 
Lieut-Col 
Edward Keane 
Majors 
John Liilton 


132 

Wm Inge 
Ja W Phillipps 
Robert Pringle 
W A Broad head 
Lieuts 
John J White 
W Edwards 


C Ponsonbv 
B Wodehouse 
J Miller 
Good. SheddeH 
James M‘Call 
Cornets 
J Straff Best 


Aithur W Biggs Sir W L Young 


Francis Hall 
C C Vivian 
Robert Doyne 
Cornets 
I. H Bathurst 
Chris Tower 
Edm Bryan 
And. Houstoun 
Thos J Pettit 
Rich Cheslyn 
T Feltom, pm 
Tho Jeffs, ad 
T B'ackier, qm 
J Callander, sur 
R Doi ville, v s 
Greenwood, ag. 


VII. (Q.'s OrvnJ 
Colonel 

M. ol Anglesey 
Lieut-Col 
jj Fraser 
Majors 
Wm Shirley 
HnGMolyneux 
Captains 


VIII King' sRI, 
Colonel 
Sir B Tarleton 
Licut-Col 
Lord G Russell 
Majors 
L B Badcock 
EarlofWiltshire 
Captains 
R R W Brett 
Tho Morgell 
Lord GA Hill 
Richard Hort 
Lord Brudenell 


Hon. G D R FW T Harrison 
Strangeways | Lieuts 
Charles J Hill |Wm Lyon 


F Macnamara 
Shirley H Ball 
Freem. Thomas 
E B Thornhill 
J Whitaker ,pm 
W Glanville, ad 
- Mawdsley,<7«» 
RBadenach, sur 
Law Bird, v-s 
Greenwood, ag, 

IX. ( Lancers ) 
Colonel 

Earl of Rofslyn 
Lieut-Col 
Cha Morland 
Majors 
A Campbell 
H J Richardfon 
Captains 
Lord Lough¬ 
borough 
J Greenwood 
Hen Ed. Porter 
Richard Wright 
Hon G Vaughan 
J A Fullerton 
Lieuts 

P B Williams 
J Rind 

Rich F Shawe 
Hon. WE Fitz¬ 
maurice 
Rand Rumlcy 












George Vcsey 
A G Williams 
Nath Week<s 
Cornets 
E S Trower 
Fred Willis 
Vise. Fincastle 
J Hope Grant 
John Menzies 
H Knight, pm 
Jn Wright, ad 
T Wright, qm 
ACoclough, sur 
T Harrison, v-s 
Greenwood, ag 

X. (P Wales's.) 
Colonel 

Marquis of Lon¬ 
donderry 
Lieut-Col. 

Id Wyndham 
Majors 

Val Jo Graeme 
WCDrummond 
Captains 
Lord T Cecil 
J C Wellington 
Hon. RWatson 
Wm Wood 
Lord J Fitzroy 
GLL Kaye 
Lieuts 
J Surman 
A Macdonell 
Robert Gifl'ard 
Wm Osborne 
C H Nicholson 
Stephens Lyne 
Dud Heneage 
Vise. Frankf de 
Montmorency 


S C Oliver 
Cornets 
Chas f Whyte 
John Musters 
Sir St V Cotton 
F Wedderburn 
S Wells, pm 
GLL Kaye, ad 
J M‘Clellan, qm 
Hen West, sur. 
CSanneman,r>$ 
Greenwood, ag. 


XI. 

Colonel 
Ld W Bentinck 
Licut-Cols 
H J Gumming 
J W Sleigh 
Mich Childers 
Majors 
B J Smith 
Nich Brutton 
Captains 
John Jenkins 
JamesR Rotton 
W Blundell 
Michael White 
James Mylne 
J N Creighton 
B P Browne 
Henry Bond 
Jas Tomlinson 
Lieuts. 

G Butcher 
G A Anson 
Francis Blundell 
Geo Williamfon 
Leon M Cooper 
J Tritton 
END Maxwell 
W White 


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Edw C Windus 
H G P Tuckett 
Robert Hare 
Wm Wymer 
\ Ahmuty 
Robt Bambrick 
Raw Lawrie 
C Johnson 
Wm Handley 
T H Pearson 
Cornets 
F D George 
W Ready 
Wm Roebuck 
Abr Bolton 
R A Reynolds 
C R Hyndman 
W Neville, pm 
W Ready, adj. 
JHendtrlonjym 
B Sandham, sur 
C Percivall, v s 
Coy Her, ag* 


XII. 

(Pr. of Wales's 
Pop. Lancers) 
Colonel 
Sir C Grant 
Lieut-Cols 
Robert Browne 
TW Brotherton 
Majors 
Alex Baiton 
J Vandeleur 
Captains 
Wm Graham 
Fred Moore 
R Harrington 
Wm Betesford 
W V Stuart 


Lieuts 

Geo Marryat 
Hon. R Petre 
Fied Barne 
E Vandeleur 
F W Hamilton 
Gran Dewes 
J A M‘Douall 
Edward Pole 
Cornets 
Philips 
Fras A Hyde 
Fred H Vane 
John Pulteney 
L M Prior, pm 
J Philips, ad 
J White, qm 
F Burton, sur 
Ja Castley, v-s 
Greenwood, ag, 

XIII* 
Colonel 
Hon. H G Grey 
Lieut Cols 
Michael Head 
Shap Boyse 
Sir J Browne 
J F Paterson 
Majors 
Man Bowers 
R Brunton 
Captains 
A T IVbclcan 
Edw G Taylor 
Sir J Gordon 
John Thornton 
Fred Grove 
Henry Heyman 
Henry Stone9 
Chas Wetherall 


|D CunynghameThos P Lang 


M 











Lieuts 
John Atherton 
R B Teafdale 
W D Hamilton 
George Berwick 
Thos T Magan 
Geo Manners 
J G Collins 
Charles Strange 
Hn. AAPalzell 
E G Stokes 
Richard Sugden 
John G Everard 
J G Ogilvie 
Thomas F Hart 
Wm Penn 
Andrew Brown 
Thos Benson 
Cornets 
B M‘Mahon 
Henry Elton 
Richard Gethin 
Edw C Hodge 
Thos J Parker 
Fred Thorold 
John L Moiiliet 
A Strange, pm 
T Rosser, ad 
R Taggart, qm 
Henry Job, surg 
J Schroeder, v s 
Greenwood, ag . 


Captains 
W Beckwith 
Edw L Part y 
J W Gage 
Henry Gage 
Edward S Gooch 
John Methold 
Lieuts. 

Josh S Smith 
Amb Congreve 
J W S Smith 
Adam G Duff 
John Griffis 
Wm Maxwell 
Charles Delme 
Cornets 
Jas M Dawson 
John Kennedy 
Charles Barton 
W B Alexander 
Charles Abbott 
Edw Tenison 
->am Rofe, pm 
CM‘Carthy,arf; 
J Houghton, qm 
Tho Fotscer, sur 
A Black, vs 
Greenwood, ag 


13 4 

Court Philipps 
George P Rose 
Aug Wat hen 
Lieuts 
G Eowson 
E A Percival 
L Sliedden 
Robert Gill 
Geo Callaghan 
James Rait 
Fer Ives 
Aug Fred Blyth 
G P Bushe 
Cornets 
James C Baird 
Edm Mortimer 
C H T Hecker 
A J Wood 
F E Leech, pm 
J Griffith, adjt 
Geo Chettle, qm 
S Jeyes, surg 
H Hogrevc, v-. 
Greenwood, ag 


XIV. 
(Duck. of York's) 
Colonel 

Sir J. Vandeleur 
Lieut-Col 
C M Baker 
Majors 
T P Milles 
J Townfhend 


XV. (King's) 
Colonel 
Duke of Cum¬ 
berland 
Lieut-Col 
Jos Thackwell 
Majors 
J M'Alpine 
Edward Studd 
Captains 
Fred Buckley 
Gren T Temple 
Walter Scott 


XVI. (Queen s.) 

Colonel 
Earl Harcomt 
Licut-Cols 
Sir Jas Affleck 
G H Murray 
Robert Arnold 
Majors 
William Perffe 
C King 
Captains 
Wm Often 
T Macan 
J Luard 
Sam Enderby 
A J Byrom 
|G M Greville 


Wm Harris 
C R Cureton 
TLS Menteath 
Lieuts 
H Sperling 
A A M‘Conchey 
G J M‘ Dowell 
Wm Hake 
H P Lovelace 
Robert Jones 
Arthur C Lowe 
Robert Douglas 
John Vincent 
Geo Hamilton 
Jas M Walker 
Wm P Neale 
W V Jillard 
J P Seward 
Edward Guest 
James Douglass 
Thomas Blood 
Edward B Bcre 
Cornets 
C F Havelock 
G F R Johnston 
B N Everard 
William Vann 
H F Bonham 
Corbet Cotton 
James W Torre 
W Williams, pm 
Wm Hilton, ad 
D Piatt, qm 
I Robinfon, surg 
G Spencer, vs 
Collyer, ag, 

XVII. (Lancers 
Colonel 
Lord Somerset 
Lieut- Cols 
Evan Lloyd 
















A Rumpler 
Majors 

Lord Bingham 
Anthony Bacon 
Captains 
John Scott 
W N Bui rowes 
Geo F Clarke 


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Alan Chambre 
Geo Robbins 
GT Greenland 
Lieuts 

M C St Quintin 
R J Elton 
John Barron 
Charles Forbes 


Henry Witham 
SJW F Welch 
Cornets 
NPF Shawe 
Sam Wm Need 
W C Douglas 
Wm M Percy 
Wm H Tonge 


Lionel Ames 

* 

R Harman, pm 
J Barron, adjt 
T Nicholson, qm 
W Wybrow, sur 
J Wilkinson, v-s 
Hopkiftson, ag. 


ROYAL WAGGON TRAIN (attached to Qr-Mr-Gen. Dcfi.') 


Lt. Col. Com. 
Sir G Scovell 
Major 

Geo D’Arley 


Captains j Lieuts. 
Thomas Pardoe Chas Moirison 
B Jackson H O’Neil 

|J Macdowall 


W Petigiew,pm 
H O’Neil, adjt 
WThomas, surg 
Greenwood, agt 


I. Grenadier R. 
(Three Batts.) 

Colonel 
Duke of York 
Lieut-Col. 
Hon.H Towns- 
hend 
Majors 

John Hanbury 
J G Woodford 
Lord Saltoun 
Captains 
Henry D’Oyley 
Tho Dorville 
George Fead 
S Lambert 
Edw Wynyard 
H E Joddrell 
Sir H Hardinge 
Lord Downes 
A Higginfon 
Charles Allix 
Thomas Brooke 
Turner Grant 
Lord Jas Hay 


FOOT GUARDS . 


B Charlewood 
G P Higginfon 
H E Hunter 
J Gunthorpe 
Rob Thoroton 
Hn.R Clements 
James Lindfay 
Robert Ellifon 
Henry Vernon 
Phil Clarke 
T BB Barratt 
C P Ellis 
Edward Clive 
Lieuts. 

Geo Difbrowe 
P J Perceval 
W F John ft one 
E P Buckley 
C F R Lafcelles 
WG Moore 
F J Davis 
Robert Batty 
John Home 
Wm Barton 
J O Honyman 


J P Dirom 
Samuel Long 
Edw Burrard 
Geo Fludyer 
Rich Fletcher 
God f Thornton 
Hn,F Needham 
Don Cameron 
W H Barnard 
P S Stanhope 
John Lyster 
Fer Loftus 
Harry Calvert 
H R Saunderson 
WmGreenwood 
J W Angerstein 
Sir J Burgoyne 
R C Rowley 
Hn.PAshburn- 
ham 

Geo W Eyres 
Wm Fludyer 
George|Fitzroy 
W O Stanley 
Hon. J St Clair 


John TPerceval 
J M Drummond 
Ja R Craufurd 
FPD Radcliffe 
Enfigns 
Geo E Nugent 
Fred Clinton 
R W Astell 
SirRAnstruther 
G Duncombe 
Geo M‘Kinnon 
Sir F Bathurst 
Chailes Bagot 
J B Coulson 
G A Houstoun 
Arth WTorrens 
Hon. C Stanley 
Geo C Ricketts 
Geo S Digby 
John Dunlop 
E L Gower 
H Fitzroy 
J W Jodrell 
John Dixon 
Edward Jekyll 















Wm Thornton 
Tho A Kemmis 
Hon. G Ongley 
Charles Hulse 
Adjutants 
L Boldero 
E G Douglas 
E V Vernon 
Quart-Mast. 
R ColquhouH 
John Payne 
Thomas Ferris 
Surg.-Major 
S W Watson 
Surgeons 


W L Walton 
A Wedderburn 
Charles Shawe 
Geo Bowles 
C A F Bentinck 
G Fitzclarence 
Francis Rus-eli 
J Drummond 
C A Girardot 
Thos Chaplin 
Lieuts 
J Steph Cowell 
Henry Salwey 
Hon. Jas Forbes 
Hen Armytage 


136 


Robert Gibson Henry Gooch 
J Harrison Thomas Powys 
A Armstrong |F T Buller 
Assist.-Surg. John Montagu 
James Johnson Henry Vane 
H S Elraslie Rob Bowen 
JD Wright | Charles Short 
Solicitor iWHCornwall 
J Humphries jHn.WTGraves 
Greenwood, ag. B Broadhead 

- |CM Hay 

II. (Coldstream) Geo Bentinck 


(Two Batts.) 
Colonel 

D. of Cambridge 
Lieut-Col 
Jas Macdoneil 
Majors 
J Hamilton 
D M‘Kinnon 
Captains 
F M Miilman 
Tho Barrow 


John D Rawdon 
Hn.TAshburn- 
ham 
Hon. H Erskrne 
W Codrington 
Ely D Wigram 
St John Dent 
Wm Stewart 
Enfigns 
Hon. Jas Hope 
iWillou Cotton 


Hon. C Howard 
John H Pringle 
J C Clitherow 
G Drummond 
Lord F Paulett 
Chr. Horton 
Hugh Forbe9 
John Forbes 
M G Burgoyne 
E l Hobhouse 
R Vansittart 
H Bentinck, adj 
Wm B Northe / 
T Dwelly, q-m 
B Selway 
WWhymper, sm 
T Mynard, sur 
G Smith 
F Gilder, ast-su 
W Hunter 
W Carter, sol. 
Greenwood, ag. 


Sir Wm Gomm Hon. A Upton 
John Waters Fred Paget 


Tho Steele 
J Freemantie 


nr. 

(Two Batts.) 
Colonel 

D of Gloncefter 
Lieut-col 
John Clitherow 
Majors 
Edw Bowater 
Wm A Keate 
Captains 
Douglas Mercer 
S G Higgins 
Sir Ja A Hope 
John Aitchilon 
W H Scott 
W Drummond 
iChas Talbot 


E B Wilbraham Iln.JB Rodney 
Lord MGrahanu'C J Barnett 


Sir A J Murray 
Sir G Berkeley 
W H Meyrick 
P Sandilands 
J D Elphinstone 
Charles Hall 
W Stockdale 
Lieuts. 

H Hawkins 
Cha Hornby 
CO Prendergaft 
E B Fairfield 
John Elrington 
B Drummond 
G D Standen 
Henry Colville 
H R Digby 
F W Keppel 
Rand. Gossip 
J F Crewe 
T Wedgwood 
H S Blane 
B Des Voeux 
H Montague 
Hon. JWellenra 
P J Yorke 
Cha Douglas 
S Norval 
Charles Frazer 
George Dixon 
John Berners 
Hon.CB Phipps 
Enfigns 
F H Turner 
Henry Bowden 
Fred Harford 
Emil. Clayton 
G Robinson 
Hon, M Ongley 
Geo C Rooke 
Hn.RSandiland 
Samuel Hood 

















Brud J Bruce 
PFW Campbell 
B W Knox 
Wm F Snell 
W C Burton 


I. (Royal Scots J 
(Two Batts.) 
Colonel 

Marq.ofHuntly- 
Lieut*cols 
N Macleod 
Neil M‘Kellar 
k Armstrong 
Majors 

G A Wetherall 
David Deuchar 
H Farquharson 
Captains 
Robert Mullen 
R Dudgeon 
H Cowell 
J Wetherall 
Lauch M‘Lean 
A M‘Donald 
A Campbell 
Charles Deane 
Charles Eyre 
B Tenison 
Jos Le Guay 
John Ingram 
Edward Lane 
A S Taylor 
John Ciols 
James Bland 
J V Fletcher 
J Anderson 
Lieuts 

J Holebroobe 
Nor M‘Eean 
John IVPGregoi 


137 


Geo Moncrieffe 
J G Taubman 
NMicklethwait 
* 

W Knollys, adj. 


1 -Ion.EStopford 
C Weston, q-m 
W Thomfon 
ESalmon, sur m 
Sam Good, sur. 


FOOT REGIME NTS. 


Cha Campbell 
Tho Gordon 
WM McKenzie 
Charles Lewis 
Wm Thomas 
A J Pictet 
Rich Blacklin 
C Campbell 
Wm B Bernard 
H Nicholson 
James Stoyte 
Rich Bennett 
Robert Crisp 
Jas M 1 Gregor 
Henry C Fraser 
John Sampson 
Edward Muller 
John Ogiivy 
J Wells Butt 
A L Macleod 
A H Ormsby 
Tyrr. M Bryne 
Wm M‘Pherson 
AlexM‘Kenzie 
H W Neville 
Charles Ford 
Enfigns 

A Montgomery 
Charles Curtis 
Robert J Hill 
James Ritchie 
Francis Lucas 
G IT Dairy triple 
W D Bedford 
A M Wilmot 


M 3 


Fras Hookins 
Richard Going 
W B Johnston 
John Mayne 
J G Wilson 
Henry A Kerr 
E T Palmer 
C T Grant, pay 
Stephen Blake 
JRichardson,ad 
John Mullen 
A Connell, qm 
Each Mackay 
J Elkington, sur 
A Armstrong 
W Finnie, as. su 
W Stoddart 
Robert Russell 
Wm Dillon 
J M‘Andrew 
Greenwood, ag. 

II. (Q. -s Royal.J 
Colonel 
Sir IT Torrens 
Lieut-cols 
John Williams 
Robert Place 
Majors 
J Johnftone 
Wm Hunt 
Captains 
Don Maclean 
Htnry Waring 
George Lawsor 


J R Warde 

WJudd, asst sthr 
T Richardson 
M Hoper, sol. 
Greenwood, ag. 


R W Broitgh 
C Girdleftone 
E B Jackson 
Geo Graham 
Charles Plead 
G C Mundy 
J Lewis King 
Wm Cockell 
Lieuts 
G S Gdland 
Tho Meld rum 
John Carney 
M S H Lloyd 
G C Harvey 
J B Dalway 
O Robinson 
Joseph Smith 
J S Robertson 
W G M‘Kenzie 
Wm Hunt 
WHD Keith 
Wm M Lyster 
Wm Belford 
R Carruthers 
Thowas Knox 
Hn.FCavendish 
George Stifling 
Geo D J Raitt 
PI F Kennedy 
Samuel Cooper 
S N Fisher 
N H J Westby 
Enfigns 
Wm N Ralph 
L S Dickson 
















E L Daniell G R Car mac 
WVL Hesse R N Everard 
Robert Lloyd B H Burcbell 
C F Macmahon Robert APNabb 
M W Lomax James Grant 
John Walton G L Christie 
J S Darby, pm Donald Stewart 
J Littlejohn, adj Hen C Amiell 
D Jenkins, qm E W Antrobus 
DCampbell, sur Patrick M‘Kie 


158 


W Wilkins, asst 
T Atkinson 
John Poole 
Greenwood, ag, 

III. (Buffs) 
Colonel 
Sir H Clinton 
Lieut-cols 
W Stewart 
Chas W Wall 
Majors 

Henry Marlay 
Cha Ca neron 
Capfdns 
Henry Gillman 
Arch I ones 
A'lorris Barlow 
S J Cotton 
H F Lockyer 
J M Foley 
Samuel Wright 
Edwatd Blair 
Wm Woods 
Thomas Mnnro 
WTR Smith 
Lieuts. 

John S Hughes 
T H Owen 
Tho Everndern 
Robert Stirling 
J BKingsbury 


Wm Cain 
Peter Dore 
H A Morshead 
G H Moore 
John Carr 
Alarcus Barr 
Samuel Ridd 
Wm Scott 
Stanhope Bruce 
Enfigns 
Joseph Hanna 
L Desbo rough 
H Dacre Lacy 
R Macdonald 
W G Beare 
Robert Turton 
WHS Rainey 
P de Blaqniere 
Wm Boyd, pm 
W Mackay, adj 
T Coulson, qm 
R Ivory, sur 
J Paterson, asst. 
Greenwood, ag 


IV. ( King's Own) 
Colonel 
E. of Chatham 
Lieut-col 
D Faunce 
Majors 

Robert Anwyll 


G D Wilson 
Captains 
J K M‘Kenzie 
John Hovenden 
W H Dutton 
Henry H Irving 
P Bowlby 
Wm Graham 
H W Breton 
James England 
Hn.CS Wottley 
C F Latdy 
Lieut 9, 
Patrick Cartan 
Wm Clarke 
H.M Arbuthnot 
R Chetwode 
Wm Lonsdale 
Jas Espinasse 
Joseph Rawlins 
Thos Williams 
DWJ Lardy 
Thomas Collin 
George Mason 
G D Griffith 
James Gordon 
Enfigns 
A W Alloway 
A T Faunce 
John Ward 
Thomas Brooke 
F M Chambers 
Robert J Massey 
W H Campbell 
A!ur. Lonsdale 


r Anderson, pm 
WLonsdale, adj 
P Bavne, qm 
GM‘Dermot, su 
W Parry, ast-su 
Greenwood, agt J 


V. ( Nortliumb .) 

Colonel, 

Sir H Johnson 
Lieut col 
W Sutherland 
Majors 
James Culley 
J S Simcockes 
Captains 
A Dubourdieu 
John Bent 
D E Johnson 
Walter Hat is 
M Galbraith 
Wm Smith 
Chr. Musgrave 
J Macdonald 
Gtorge Allan 
Geo W Buller 
Lieuts. 

W V Fitzgerald 
Wm Clune 
F A Robinson 
Edward E Hill 
W J Copson 
Charles Wood 
Thomas Walsh 
Henry Bishop 
ohn Spence 
Gilb Champain 
Charles May 
Wm C Mayne 
Enfigns 
John W King 
P M N Guy 
A L’Estrange 
Charles Phibbs 
Michael Qollins 
Randal Foot 
James Atkinson 
W Prime Jones 
Penington pm 













TCanch, adjt 
Wm Tillar, qm 
C Waring, surg 
T Hall, asst-su 
Greenwood, ag 

VI. [IVar•wicks ) 
Colonel 

Sir Geo Nugt nt 
Lieut cols 
Mark Napier 
Henry Sullivan 
Majors 
H M Scott 
John Alego 
Captains 
J Thomlon 
H B Evereft 
J Crawford 
G H E Murphy 
John Bonamy 
W C Clarke 
Edward Irwin 
Thomas Duke 
C L Martin 
Osborn Baiwell 
Lients 
James Gell 
A D Hogg 
Peter Paterson 
T Holyoake 
F Bichardson 
Thos Minton 
John Kelly 
G F Morden 
C Hammond 
Jan es Wilson 
George Gordon 
Arch Shar.pin 
Henry holey 
T Pilling ton 
Wm Pot tinger ; 


159 

WmWarrington Hon. G Liddell 
Lord F Lennox 
Lieuts 
James Flay 
iGeorge Seton 
C W Davis 
Vise Falkland 
A C Skynner 
C W Sievwright 
W D Fergusson 
G F Stiangway: 
H S Phillips 
Lord Chichester 
W T Morshead 
Samuel Walker 
C La Touche 
J M Ogilvie 
H B Hall 
Hon. Sam Hay 
Hon. A Hope 
G C Bowles 
WM‘Dougal, p. 
Martin Orr, adj 
J Ledsdam, qm 
M Mahony, sui 
EPilkington, asr 
H W R Davey 
Greenwood, ag 


Wm Eyre 
ChasD Allen 
Reg Curteis 
Wm H Hill 
B T F Bowes 
John Crofton 
Enfigns 
Alex Connor 
Wm Greene 
CWSS Stuart 
Wm Curteis 
John Lumley 
R M Beebee 
Waller Johnson 
J T Latham 
J Blakeman, pm 
J Griffiths, adjt 
Rob Smarr, qm 
J Trigge, sur 
R Goodrich, ast 
P Campbell 
Wm Stewart 
Greertwood, agt 

VII. (Rl.Fuzil.) 

Colonel 
Sir A Clarke 
Lieut-col 
F Fitzclarence 
Majors 
J H Mair 
B Disney 
Captains 
Edw W Bell 
F Fatquhaison 
Fred Prosser 
James S Gage 
E Penrice 
fos Hutchifon 
l.oi dW Thy nne 
[John Stuart 


VII 1 . ( King's) 
Colonel 
Henry Bayly 
Lieut-col 
John Duffy 
Majors 
Tho Ger Ball 
ij S Powell 
Captains 
J Fitzgerald 
D Vans Machen 
Simcoe Baynes 
James Hannay 


vT 

Malcolm Rofs 
| H Maitland 
T Hart Davies 
Alex Dirom 
Chas S Ma!et 
W E Pickwick 
Lieuts. 

H P Hill 
Alex Bourke 
George Forman 
R Thompson 
Charles Cotter 
Edm Ge; nys 
D Gardiner 
James Byion 
Wm Stenhouse 
George Burrard 
John Longfield 
Enfigns 
Charles Clark 
Irvine S Whicty 
John Howard 
vVm Chearnley 
W Worthington 
John Singleton 
George Murphy 
C B Caldwtli 
MM'Dermot, p 
W Calder, adjt 
Wm Only, qm 
H Mostyn, surg 
J Ferguson, asst 
Greenwood, agt 

IX. ( E.Norfolk) 
Colonel 

Sir R Brownrigg 
Lieut-col 
D Campbell 
Majors 
Jercm. Tavlor 
H Hardy ' 

















Captains 
W T St Clair 
Wm Seward 
Cha Barnwell 
Richard Rufe 
Edw Watkins 
G Pinckney 
G L Davis 
Edward’Powell 
WHCockburne 
P R Brown 
Lieuts 

James Scargill 
Rich Telford 
John Mahon 
St A St John 
Henry Lowth 
Wm H Hill 
Thomas Sandes 
Hn. A Cathcai t 
Arthur Ogle 
J H Taylor 
Hugh R Duff* 

B H Heathcote 
Enfigns 
John Hilton 
J H Browne 
F H Burslem 
Samuel Wells 
John D Milne 
John A Wolls 
.Lawrence Flyer 
Fred Robinson 
R Walton, pm 
CBrownrigg,adj 
John Scott, qm 
HM’Creery, sur 
James Burt, asst 
Wm Bain 
Greenwood, agt 


X. (North Line*) 


Colonel 
Sir J Lambert 
Lieut-col 
James Payler 
Majors 
Patrick Grieve 
Wm G Freer 
Captains 
George King 
G Chandler 
Edward Allen 
Saville Broom 
T L L Galloway 
John Hart 
EjSt J Mildmay 
John Delancey 
VV H Adams 
H A Hankey 
Lieuts. 

Wm Rainnie 
J K Jauncey 
F Foaker 
R W Sh ink win 
Wm Goode 
Phil. Johnson 
Geo J Crosbie 
C L Strickland 
H C Powell 
W Musgrave 
John Goode 
Thos H Franks 
John Wilmot 
Enfigns 
HA Pilkington 
Rob Honeyman 
George Wright 
Hon. S White 
Edw Landuze 
John H Broom 
Edward Cates 
Geo Staunton 
R Uniacke, pm 


140 

E Shanley, adjt 
Geo Moss, qm 
W Young, surg 
f Baird, asst 
Greenwood, ag. 


X\.(NorthDro.) 

Colonel 

SirB Montresoi 
Lieut-col 
J Keightley 
Majors 
D O’Kelly 
C B Turner 
Captains 
Rich H Jones 
B V Derinzey 
W Cbambre 
Peter Brown 
J M‘Crummin 
H K Bloomfield 
I Richardfon 
Mat Richmond 
Arch Smith 
Anth Bolton 
Lieuts 
Francis Maifh 
Henry Hopkins 
W Haggup 
Edw S Farmar 
Wm Hen Wily 
G T Ben.«on 
J P Westropp 
T A Bell 
Rich Gardiner 
James Steuart 
Wm Dolphin 
Henry O’Neill 
Enfigns 
W A Maxwell 
William Fvers 


James Goold 
John Tobin 
EL Wolley 
J P Walsh 
Geo Hen Eddy 
A Boyd, pm. 
Ed Moore, adjt 
J Worsley, qm 
T Moore, surg 
SChermside,ast 
Hopkinson, ag. 


XII. (EastSuff) 
Colonel 
Hon. R Meade 
Lieut col 
W H Forsfteen 
Majors 
Richard Bayley 
G Tuberville 
Captains 
Hen M : Keady 
Alex Cruice 
Joseph Jones 
Joseph Bygrave 
D Durie 
W P French 
W L Crowther 
W G Shafto 
Edw B Hunt 
John Patton 
Lieuts 
Robert Bra dfute 
Jas Wadefon 
Mor Jenkins 
S F Glover 
John Borthwick 
Chas Williams 
Julius Stirke 
S White 
IR chert Carew 


William Fycrs Rohert Car 
Mark JGanibierl Alf Knight 












Edgar Bayly 
H Forssteen 
Enfigns 

Henry A West 
Henry Y Gold 
Osw K Werge 
W Douglass 
James Tedlie 
FWP Parker 
Geo B Tathwell 
Ridi England 
J O’Keeffe, pm 
F Clark, adjt 
Wm Grady, qm 
R Amici, surg 
CDealey, asst 
Crawford Dick 
Greenwood, ag 

XIII. (Somerset.) 

Colonel 
E Morrison 
Lieut-cols 
M M‘Creagh 
RH Sale 
Majors 

Wm H Dennie 
G Thornhill 
Captains 
John Johnfon 
J M Pherson 
Edw Tronfon 
H Waterman 
T C Squire 
George Reed 
George Aithen 
Jas R Denham 
Michael Fenton 
J Lin tot t 
Tho Triphook 
Lieuts | 
Knox Barrett 




HI 

Robert Pattifon 
Neil Campbell 
Edward Kelly 
CHL Tinling 
Hen Havelock 
R M Meredith 


Colonel 
Lord Lynedocb 
Lieuc-cols 
J M'Combe 
J Campbell 
Majors 


Wm Sutherland M Everard 


F W Stehelin 
Geo W Malim 
P J Leith 
Wm Thomas 
WMBrownrigg 
Jas Kershawe 
Warden Flood 
A Wilkinson 
Thos Blackwell 
Wm Krefting 
Des. Humphrys 
Hon. F Howard 
Wal Chambre 
Enfigns 
R W Croker 
Charles Savage 
E W Sibley 
H G Hayes 
Hen Moorhouse 
J E Orange 
J G D Taylor 
Charles White 
Wm Rawlins 
Ylex Grierson 
* 

C Grimes, pm 
W Hutchins, adj 


J Marlhall 
Captains 
C Bilhopp 
W S Bertrand 
W Turnor 
GeraldRochfort 
Thos Hall 
W Akenside 
J B Ainfworth 
K M'Kenzie 
J V Temple 
H Johnfon 
M C Lynch 
Lieuts 

G Mackenzie 
G T Finucane 
E L’Eftrange 
D Hafiewood 
Richard Stack 
Henry Manfell 
C R Newman 
Edward Pendei 
Geo J Bovver 
J M'Dermott 
Gilbert Pasley 
Wm Maxwell 
James Watson 
E Sheridan, qn^A Ormsby 
J Paterson, surg'Robert Nayler 
J Robertson, asEAllan Stewart 
Patrick Brodie Robert Daly 
J S Chapman IB V Layard 
Greenwood, ag. Edw C Lynch 

- iRalph Budd 

XIV. (Bucti n g.)\Wm Moir 


W O’Halloran 
J Higginbotham 
Thos H Tidy 
Enfigns 
J C Otter 
Wm Tullon 
J B Maxwell 
Lawr Craigie 
Eras Fenwick 
John Watson 
E Chambers 
J Mathews, pm 
Jas Grant, adjt 
G Goddard, qm 
T Jackfon, surg 
T F Cotton, ast 
FI L Stuart 
R Battersby 
Greenwood, ag. 

XV. (! T.E.Rid .) 

Colonel 
Sir M Disney 
Lieut-col 
A Mackintosh 
Majors 
W Grierfon 
John Eden 
Captains 
Garrett Quill 
Henry Temple 
G D Colman 
T A Drought 
James Bennett 
J Humphrys 
T hos Bonnor 
Frederick Hope 
John S Doyle 
Hod>on Gage 
Lieuts 

,Tho Colman 
H B Barnham 














Alan Finey 
R Batterfoy 
J Blair 

R A Cuthbert 
L Tollemache 
Thomas Moore 
Hen Rudyeards 
Fred JL. Ingall 
John Lawson 
Charles Cooke 
Enfigns 

ESN Campbell 
Richard Eliiott 
J R Norton 
Thos Wright 
Thomas Rose 
Chas W Hird 
George Finder 
Thos Cromyn 
C Walker, pm 
Jas Hay, adjt 
J Dewson, qm 
J Bartley, surg 
J P Munro, asst 
Disney, ag. 


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XVI .{Bedfords.) 
Colonel 

Vise. Beresford 
Lieut-col 
Dav Ximenes 
Majors 
Henry Bird 
J W Audain 
Captains 
T D Turner 
S Carter 
G Macdonnell 
Hen Clements 
John Walton 
Ray Williams 
Wm Kemp 


Robert Brown 
A P Browne 
John Dalzell 
Lieuts 

Hen M‘Manns 
\ G Grant 
Robert Cair 
Matt Smith 
Chas Murray 
G Hutchinson 
Robt Luxmore 
C F Thompson 
B Alexander 
J N M'Giath 
Thomas Jones 
Geo Mylius 
Enfigns 
Geo M Archer 
B K O’Dwyer 
Jick. Cassidy 
Wm Ashmore 
T Douglass 
W F Hannagan 
John Lane 
MW Ford, pm 
Jas Brand, adjt 
W Rowen, qm 
A Fraser, surg 
J Drysdale, asst 
N W Giffney 
Macdonald, ag 


XVII .(Lcices.J 
Colonel 
J Champagne 
Lieut-col 
A Maclaine 
Majors 
Henry Defpard 
W Croker 
Captains 
| Robert Lachlan 


G J Romney 
Dan Caulfield 
John Church 
P N An Icy 
J W Bouverie 
Jas O Clunie 
Charles Forbes 
Wm Eccles 
J A Edwards 
Lieuts 
C Barlow 
TH Baylis 
J T Nagel 
R G MofFatt 
J D O’Brien 
Geoige Deedes 
Hen Des Voeux 
Henry Wotton 
Robt Graham 
Arch Lockhart 
fames Henry 
John Darley 
Enfigns 
E C Hudson 
S C Hilton 
Wm S Rawson 
Thos Graham 
Wm F Harvey 
Thomas Wood 
John FI Allen 
Charles Steele 
J Allsopp, pm 
D Cooper, adjt 
J Sarson, qm 
J Martindale, su' 
J Fraser, asst 
Greenwood, ag. 


XVIII. (R.Irish) 
Colonel 
E. of Donough 
more 


Lieut-col 
Sir Wm Carrol 
Majors 
John Doran 
W Riddall 
Captains 
Richard Weld 
Henry Pratt 
Rob Hammill 
J Huddleston . 
Jere Cooper 
F W Dillon 
W H Graves 
A O Daigleish 
Wm W Lynar 
Hen W Adams 
Lieuts 
Abra Reed 
W Dempiter 
J Grattan 
T E Thomson 
Thomas Moyle 
Edw C Spencer 
John Buchanan 
N R Tomlinson 
Edw K Young i 
G H Peel 
Thos C Graves 
Richard Dunne 
Enfigns 
Wm O Temple 
J J Dwyer 
Rich A Haly 
A W Thorold 
A Boddam 
Fras Wigston 
H Fitzw. Way 
CJ RCoilinson 
B Reilly, pm 
J Hammil, adjt 
Geo King, qm 
WLindaay, surg 












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D Davies, asst John Semple 
Greenwood, ag Robt Stansfeld 


Robert Barker 
Giles Eyre 


XIX 
{Tor kN. Riding ) 
Colonel 
Sir H Turner 
Lieut* col 
Alex Milne 
Majors 

Timothy Raper 
Don Campbell 
Captains 
H H Rofe 
L H Hughes 
T Hamilton 
Sam Vignoles 
John Stirling 
W E Sweny 
J H Slade 
Wm Black 
Charles C Hay 
J S Hamilton 
Lieuts 
G Dumford 
David Burns 
H F Hawker 
Alex Scott 
Henry Harding 
Isaac Robinson 
Francis Price 
Const. Yeoman 
John Edwards 
J F Wilson 
Thomas Atkins 
Geo Williamson 
Enfigns 
J P Elliott 
Wm Bernard 
James Mills 
ChasW Clarke 
Robt Ltyrelacc 


, pm 
R Chambers,adj 
W Morris, qm 
W Parker, surg 
J Hyde, asst 
T Williams 
Fitter, ag. 

XX. {E.Devons') 
Colonel 

Sir W Houstoun 
Lieut-cols 
J F Fitzgerald 
Henry Thomas 
Majors 
Edw Jack Ton 
I'hos C Green 
Captains 
E Lutyens 
F Champagne 
W Crokat 
R E Burrowes 
Gtorge Bolton 
M A Stanley 
A W Gamble 
WC Langmead 
Clias C Taylor 
Lieuts. 
Charles Connor 
John Storey 
R C Oakley 
Charles South 
H D Dodgin 
C F Holmes 
James Rae 
James Patience 
John Maclean 
C O’Connor 
Wm Watson 
FrederickCroad 


Henry Clinton 
Matthew Day 
Thomas Bayly 
Don Campbell 
Wm M Dermot 
Daniel O’Brien 
P Hennessy 
R T Furlong 
R M'Dermott 
Thomas Burke 
Enfigns 
S Berdmore 
James Taylor 
Wm Child 
James C Rouse 
Frederick Horn 
F H Stephens 
James Chambre 
Wm Houstoun 
WCampbell,pm 
HHolingsworth 
adjt 

John Dodd, qm 
A Arnott, su g 
M Griffith, asst 
J Fotrest 
Arthur Wood 
Greenwood, ag. 

XXL 

R. N. B. Fuzileers 
Colonel 
Lord Forbes 
Lieut-col 
John T Leahy 
Majors 

Colin Campbell 
M Beresford 
Captains 
Roche Meade 



L C Appelius 
W J Sutherland 
T Fairweather 
Rich Dnniell 
George Deare 
James Brady 
l' P Vandeleur 
J C Peddie 
Edwatd R Hill 
I ft Lieuts. 
Alex Mackenzie 
J P Johnston 
Chas Lonsdale 
C O'H Booth 
J P Beete 
Benj Bayly 
W T Young 
Nich Wrixon 
John G Beet 
J Pentland 
J H EveLgh 
WH Armstrong 
2d Lieuts. 

A Stewart 
John Brady 
Wm Johnston 
Harper Brade 
Hon. J Sinclair 
Don Gregory 
R G Williams 
Richard Davies 
Wm Boyle, pm 
Al Young, adjt 
W Wahh, qm 
G Barcl .y, surg 
D Ewing, asst 
J Davidson 
Greenwood, ag. 

XXII. ( Cheth .) 

Colonel 
Hon. Ed Finch 












FT7 


Lieut-col 
P C Taylor 
Majois 
Jas Crafter 
James Stenart 
Captains 
T Poole 
Wm Norton 
H F Cane 
Tho Keappock 
Philip Barlow 
W Le Mesurier 
J L Pennefather 
Robert Vivian 
Thos Hairison 
Lieuts. 

P V Wood 
W Raban 
John Poole 
Wm Potcnger 
Henry Matson 
G V Butler 
George Munro 
Edward Gordon 
Robt W Kyffin 
James Huie 
Wm Bartley 
Sam B Boileau 
Enfigns 
J A Mackey 
Peter J Petit 
Rich N Bollon 
DR Smith 
C J Gonlden 
Edw T Evans 
Wm Mylne 
Robert Bayly 
Edw Biggs, pm 
T Edwards, adj, 


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T Murray Scott Powell 

Greenwood, ag. C S Bunyon 

- (John Lindsay 

XX 11 T. \E Brown, pm 

( R.WelchFuzil .) IJ Bouchier, adj 
Colonel jGeoSidley, qm 

Sir J W Gordon T Smith, surg 


Lieut-col 
T Pearson 
Majors 
J C Harrifon 
Wm Ross 
Captains 
George Fielding 
R P Holmes 
Sam Falkiner 
Edmund Waller 
Wm Fenwick 
John Browne 
Wm M Sloane 


J Parke, asst 
A Browne 
Greenwood, ag 

XXIV. (War.) 

Colonel 
Sir David Baird 
Lieut-col 
E C Fleming 
Majors 
John Hogg 
Charles Hughes 
Captains 


Thos Ed Bigge James Adair 
Tho Mathefon jPonsonby Kelly 
WLe MTupper HDTowushend 


Ill Lieuts. 

J Enoch 
J Macdonald 
W A Griffiths 
W Gourlay 
Edward T Ellis 
J P Matthews 
W N Williams 
Geo Beauclerk 
Baldwin I osh 
Robt H Ottley 
Henry Seymour 
R K Elliott 
2d Lieuts. 

F J Phillott 
Malcolm Ross 


WMansfield, qr W R Stretton 
Ed Owen, surglHRHC Elwes 
J LTighe, asst jChas Crutchley 


Hn.C Monkton 
John Ewing 
G Fitzg Stack 
John Stoyte 
Wm Andtos 
Robert Smyth 
C A Doyle 
Lieuts 
John Harris 
Francis Grant 
James Nokes 
Fred Barton 
Jas Wright 
Robert Marsh 
J B Harris 
H W Harris 
F T Maitland 
F T Cunyghamej 
Nicholas Leslie 


Henry Young 
Enfigns 
R W Playford 
Wm G Brown 
A G Blachford 
Hon. C Preston 
A C Sterling 
W P Alcock 
Thos Rowley 
J Pvlassy Stack 
Al Tovey, pm 
D Riley, adj 
Ja Murray, qm 
Wm Byrtt, surg 
D Kearney, asst 
Macdonald, ag. 

XXV. 

(K.*s Borderers.) 
Colonel 

Hon. C Fitzroy 
Lieut-col 
JAFarquharfon 
Majors 
C Chambers 
Dix. Denham 
Captains 
JJ Hollis 
E J Priestley 
J M Robertson 
fho Stewart 
Tho Swyney 
Fras B Lynch 
A Mackenzie 
Benj Morris 
W H Hemmings 
Lieuts 
Henry Kean 
I Keens 
John WPlunket 
E I O’Brien 
W H PUibhs 









R W Mansergh 
Henry J Warde 
C F Sweeny 
Wm O’Conner 
J Spaldii.g 
S Ilderton 
Wm Jackson 

Enfigns 
Edw S Cassan 
Andrew Barnes 
W W Stanton 
Joseph J Grove 
J O’Donnell 
JGSlacke 
Thos Osborn 
Francis F Laye 
M M‘Leod, pm 
Jo. Millar, adj 
John Potts, qm 
C Whyte, surg 
Fras Reid, asst 
James Sidey 
Collyers, agents 

XXVI. 
(Cameronians .) 

Colonel 
E of Dalhousie 

Lieut-col 
H Oglander 

Majors 
C S Campbell 
George Pipon 

Captains 
Fra Shearman 
Wm James 
Wm Johnfton 
H M‘Latchie 
Thos S Pratt 
Geo Hogarth 
H F Stiange 
W Sitwell 


Thomas Park 
Lieuts. 

John Marfball 
Robert Robson 
T W Boyes 
Alex Calder 
M M‘Innes 
James Piggott 
James Frazer 
P P Brehant 
George Pigott 
R J E Rich 
Lord G Ramsay 
John Maule 
John Guthrie 
Enfigns 
JRussellVernon 
T J Campbell 
Alex D Colley 
ThcsSececombe 
Thos E Wei by 
Alex Munro 
John W Bathe 
C W Coombe 
E Witty, pm 
M Pointon, adj 
W Rogers, qm 
D Preston, surg 
Jas Brady, asst 
Gordon, ag. 

XXVII. 

( Enniskillen ) 
Colonel 
M of Haflings 
Lieut-col 
John Hare 
Majors 
John Gcddes 
G H Dansey 
Captains 
Rich Handcock 


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W M £ Lean 
DMacpherfon 
John Landon 
Francis Shea 
W Talbot 
Tho Furnas 
J Freeman 
Mat Higgins 
M C Johnstone 
Lieuts. 
Charles Manlej 
Thos Smith 
Lew. Nelson 
John Brooke 
C Fitz Neynoe 
Wm Sle 3 tor 
C M Christian 
G A Durnford 
John Maclean 
S E Goodman 
Lewis Jas Hay 
Walter Butler 
Enfigns 
J F Lonsdale 
B Hutchinson 
Chas Roberts 
J N Frazer 
Robert Bolton 
Jasper Creagh 
Edw O’Grady 

Edward Nash 
* 

VRaymond,pn 
Ar Byrne, adjt 
G Douglas, qn 
T Mostyn, sur 
WWilliams, as 
D Mullarky 
Afhley, ag. 


XXVIII. 
(iV Glo'stersh.) 

N 


Colonel 

Sir Edw. Paget 
Lieut-col 
J F Browne 
Majors 
D S Barclay 
Wm Onslow 
Captains 
- Charles Caddel 
Richard Kelly 
J H Crummer 
W Irwin 
Robert NichoJIs 
R P Eafon 
Cudb French 
J R Colthurst 
R W H Drury 
J A Messiter 
Lieuts 
S Moore 
John Coen 
C B Carruthers 
W Monsteven 
Richard Barron 
Geo Wardell 
W J J Irving 
G H Calcraft 
Gore Browne 
Charles Ruxton 
J Evatt Acklom 
B Broadhead 
Enfigns 
JT G Probyn 
M Andrews 
J S Greene 
John Every 
F P Trapaud 
Wm Linskill 
George Symons 
E HTrelawney 
H Hilliard, pm 
T Wheeler, adj 



















J J Peters, qm 
S C Roe, surg 
F O’Brien, asst 
M Bardin 
Watfon, agt. 

XXIX. 

( Worcestershire .) 

Colonel 
Gordon Forbes 
Lieut-col 
James Simpson 
Majors 

William Elliot 
Robert Stannus 
Captains 
Tho B Hickin 
J V Evans 
Tho Popham 
Henry Brodrick 
A.Richardfon 
J Davidson 
John Weir 
Geo Gosselin 
Richard Lucas 
M'K Champain 
Ideuts. 

Tho Biggs 
J L Akers 
G Foskey 
RP Douglas 
A G Faden 
Henry Blunt 
Geo Congreve 
S Z Thatcher 
W H Sheppard 
Christ Eaton 
H Phillpotts 
Edw H Dodd 
P S Fitzgerald 
Enfigns 
A T Hemphill 


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Clir Htimfrey 
Wm W Drake 
And Hawthorn 
Wm G Alves 
Uriah Boyd 
Philip G Beers 
WD Humphrey 
N Farwell, pm 
M Morgan, adjt 
TKneebone,qm 
C Ingham, surg 
G Dunlop, asst 
J Hawkey 
Greenwood, ag. 

XXX. 

( Cambridgskire .) 
Colonel 

J. Montgomerie 
Lieut-cols 
A Hamilton 
C A Vigoureux 
Majors 
J Dalrymple 
Robt Murray 
Captains 
B R Lynch 
John Tongue 
John Powell 
H Cramer 
Wm Mann 
Tho Jones 
Owen W Gray 
Wm Sullivan 
Mat Young 
John Proctor 
John G Geddes 

Lieuts 

Wafh. Carden 
Richard Mayne 
M Andrews 
T Kettlewell 


James H Light 
P P NTbville 
J Poyntz 
E M‘Cready 
C R Macleod 
W B Frizell 
James Ralph 
John Blackall 
G L Backhoufe 
Jos Berridge 
B Barlow 
Jos Thompson 
G W Thomson 
M Schoof 
H H Lewis 
Wm Baxter 
George Mansel 
Hen M Dixon 
CH Marechaux 
Enfigns 
N Armstrong 
C W Barrow 
WB Staff 
T R Burrowes 
J Gas. Wright 
W H Mounsey 
JMT Borton 
Edw R Gregg 


Lieut-cols 
James Cassidy 
J G Baunagardt 
Majors 
J D Tovey 
Francis Eagar 
Captains 

Edw Stafford j 
S Bolton 
SirC Farrington 
Thos Skinner \ 
II V Cortlandt 
R T Greene 
Edw B Bray 
John Byrne 
James Spence 
Loftus Nunn 
Geo L’ Estrange 
Lieuts 
G Baldwin 
Ar Grueber 
S O Goodwin 
John Edwards 
Francis Ward 
D B T Dodgiu 
Henry Astier 
C J Hayman 
Arth O’Leary 
HL M‘Ghee 


H B Wray, pm 
WAtkinfon, adj 
- Ward, qm 
R Pearce, surg. 
J Gillespie, asst 
J Campbell 
S Dickson 
Macdonald, ag. 

XXX T. 

( Huntinpdonsk,) 
Colonel 
EarlofMulgrave 


Wm Booth 
Thomas Lillie 
Alex Douglas 
Ron Campbell 
J O’Gorman 
Alex Beatty * 
\Vm G Willes 
J A Kingdom 
Wm Boardman 
Thos Bulkeley 
Charles Dormer 
G D Young 
Henry Evans 

















WM Wctenhall 
Enfigns 
Asaph Shaw 
Chas Primrose 
Geo F White 
Robt W White 
G C Marshall 
Tlios Pearson 
John C Stock 
Robt Norman 
Rich Monk, pm 
C Shaw, adjt 
JW Waters, qm 
W White, surg 
LSheppard, asst 
George Minty 
J Casement 
Greenwood, ag 

XXXII. ( Corn .) 

Colonel 
A Campbell 
Lieut col 
Hon J Maitland 
Majors 
Robert Dillon 
Fred Gascoigne 
Captains 
David Davies 
T H Wingfield 
Henry Reid 
Jn Birtwhistle 
John Palk 
James White 
John Swinburn 
Manley Power 
E Shewell 
A S Reoch 
Lieuts- 

George Moore 
George Brown 
Stuart Mackay 


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Thomas Calder 
N Suckling 
F D Hodges 
Thomas White 
Fred Markham 
A G Slack e 
Hon. A Harley 
T C Crawford 
Alf Trevylyan 

Enfigns 
Emiiius Ross 
A R G Thomas 
C S Beazley 
Francis J Griffin 
J JHBurgoyne 
R M^Warwick 
EdmondWynnc 
H Y Eagar, pm 
G Oke, adjt 
W Peperal, qm 
WBampfield,su 
G Griffin, asst 
Hopkinson, ag. 

XXXIII. 

1 slT. W.Riding. 

Colonel 
SirJCSherbtook 
Lieut-col 
Samuel Moffat 
Majors 
John Fogerty 
C Knight 

Captains 
J M Harty 
J Longden 
Thomas Reid 
A H Trevor 
W H Grote 
Charles Schaw 
R Weftmore 
G Whannell 


Wm Thain 
Wm Kelly 
Lieuts. 
Sherlock Lowe 
A W Mackay 
James Paterson 
Charles O’Neill 
T J Galloway 
John Forbes 
A Robertson 
D H M‘Kay 
Thomas Fiske 
Ait Stanford 
R W W Young 
Wm Payne 
Enfigns 
James F Elliot 
E W Young 
Wm Hadley 
WW Hornsby 
J O Munton 
W S Norton 
Jo,.Colquhoun 
JHeazle, pm 
W Everett, adit 
J H Lewis, qm 
J Gowen, surg 
H King, asst 
Wm Murray 
Greenwood, ag. 

XXXIV. 

(Cumberland *) 
Colonel 
Sir G. L. Cole 
Lieut-col 
Thos Faunt 
Majors 
E Broderick 
Timothy Davies 
• Captains 
M M‘LeodTew 


EdwardConolly 
Rich Greaves 
G G Nicolls 
John Norton 
Hon. HS Fane 
Richard Aicey 
Hugh B Mends 
F W Frankland 
George Ruxton 
Lieuts 

G R Thomfon 
Edw Picking 
A M‘Farlane 
John Elgee 
T Thomfon 
J T Weyland 
N R Brown 
Joseph Foskett 
AlexHoustoun 
Hon. G Upton 
R H Milner 
Joseph Lynam 
Enfigns 
E Broderick 
B J Hooke 
Charles Lcwin 
John Reed 
Edw S Bayly 
Arthur Horne 
R Hill Webster 
Wm W Abney 
GLedingham,p. 
Wm Lax, adj. 
T Howe, qm 
R Orton, surg 
Chas Bell, asst 
J Crichton 
Greenwood, ag 

XXXV. (Sussex) 
Colonel 

Sir John Oswald 








TZT 


Lieut col 
Lorenzo Moori 
Majors 
Rob.Macdonald 
George Tenlon 
Captains 
G A Delhoste 
G H James 
F Power 
Thos Stapley 
Ara. Tennant 
S Workman 
N R Tompkins 
JJ Anderson 
EKS Butler 
Henry Semple 
Lieuts. 

Alex Sharrock 
J W Amos 
John Emerfon 
W Runforth 
Menas O’Keefe 
Fowke Moore 
C S Betty 
R A Maxwell 
Alex Scott 
Douglas L Cox 
T Christmas 
P M 4 Pherson 
Enfigns 
Wm O’Hara 
George Carnie 
Jas M'Carthy 
R E Hickson 
W Warde 
Theoph Faris 
J Nugent Blood 
P Nt wton, pm 
M Dickens, adj. 
J B Price, qm 
T Prosser, surg 
DM‘Gibbon,ast 


James Crichton 
Macdonald, ag. 

XXXVI .Here/. 
Colonel 

Sir George Don 
Lieut-col 
George Hewett 
Majors 
W Campbell 
George Ford 
Captains 
Rob Blakeney 
R N Crosse 
Gilb Wakefield 
George Cairnes 
J Prendergraft 
T L’Eftrange 
R W Cocker 
Mat. R Grey 
George Knox 
John Meade 
Lieuts 

Thomas Smith 
W M‘Leod 
J Colcroft 
Edward Lewis 
James M Home 
R Montgomery 
John Skerry 
Hon. F Petre 
F J St Quintin 
Rich W Wake 
Pult Murray 
George Wynne 
Enfigns 
JDH Hay 
John Hiern 
F F L Dayrolles 


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Henry C Hay 
Andw Nugent 
WFrafer,paym. 
FI Shenley, adit 
Jas M‘Cabe, qm 
TBouchier,furg, 
D Scott, asst 
Greenwood, ag 

XXXVII. 
(AT. Hampshire ) 
Colonel 
Sir Chas Green 
Lieut-col 
Gabriel Burer 
Majors 
Wm Bruce 
H H Manners 
Captains 
H O Wood 
John Coftley 
John Goldie 
J Thoreau 
Dillon Mafiey 
J S Fenton 
John R Kell 
J Molyneux 
Thomas Smith 
Thos Eastwood 
Lieuts 
Francis Herrick 
Richard Ker 
Henry Sadlier 
W Johnson 
J B Hamilton 
Isaac Moses 
Wm Long 
John Harvey 
E B Fraze 


Walp. G Eyre George Btown 
H WWarburtonjDun E Todd 
John P Taylor jsR J Marsham 


Enfigns 
J Bradshaw 
John Cuppage 
Lacy W Yea 
Francis Skelly 
John Burke 
John Worth 
Edward Willis 
J Halfhide, pm. 
H Dyer, adjt. 

J Holmes, q-m 
HFranklin, sur. 
M Neill, asst 
Greenwood, agt 

XXXVIII. 

( Staffordshire .) 

Colonel 
Earl Ludlow 
Lieut-cols 
R Torrens 
Wm Frith 
Majors 
James Baillie 
Hon. J Finch 
Captains 
Hugh Piper 
Thomas Dely 
Christ. Wilson 
M Semple 
Edw Hopper 
George Young 
George Mackay 
JH Law 
James Seymour 
A Macdonald 
Charles Grant 
Lieuts 
J P Sparkes 
Rob Matthew 
G B O’Brien 
A Campbell 













Aid. Ta) lor 
E O’Halloran 
L B Urmston 
Robeit Ware 
Henry Grimes 
A Blennerhaset 
A H M‘Leroth 
Fred Tudor 
Chas J Boyes 
C Mudie 
Francis Bernard 


Majors 
D M‘Pherfon 
Fred Crofton 
Captains 
George D’Arcy 
Fra C Crotty 
J Wakefield 
Henry Smyth 
Don Urquhart 
Collet Barker 
Thos Wright 


GC MJohnstonCharles Sturt 
Wm Campbell Thomas Baynes 
Henry F Stokes J D Forbes 
WH Min chin j Lieuts 
JJacksonLowth Charles Cox 


Joseph Bullen 
Wm Deane 
Enfigns 
James R Blake 
Edward Evans 
George Green 
W R Waddell 
Thos Southall 
T Jenkins 
Alf Whittell 
John J Grant 
JohnGrant, pm, 
A Campbell, adj 
T Southall, qm 
MCathcart,furg 


J Henry Leckie 
G M Bowen 
J Fitzgerald 
T H Kirkley 
H C Scarman 
Wm S Coke 
G C Borough 
Geo Sleeman 
Wm Loraine 
J Fitzg Butler 
Robert Douglas 
Enfigns 
Joseph L Tnnes 
Nathaniel Reid 
Mich Spencer 


J Dempster, asst Wm Y Moore 


James Thomson 
J S Graves 
Greenwood, agt 

XXXIX. 

( Dorsetshire .) 

Colonel 
Sir Geo. Airey 
Lieut-col 
Pat Linde lay 


Aug Berkeley 
Chas B Lloyd 
J L Ormsby 
Laud Maule 
B Bunn, paym. 
TMeyrick, adj 
Benj Lloyd, qm 


149 

XL. ( Somersets ) 
Colonel 
Sir B Spencer 
Lieut-col 
Hen Thornton 
Majors 
W Balfour 
T Kirkwood 
Captains 
Richard Turton 
J H Barnett 
P Bilhop 
R P Stewait 
Robert Morrow 
Richard Jebb 
George Hibbert 
J Montagu 
J Butler 
M Ryan 
Lieuts 

Henry Millar 
J Richardfon 
Hayes Queade 
Nathaniel Low 
M Dalrymple 
Rich Thornhill 
W Serjeantson 
Joseph Cutten 
F W Lewis 
Richard Floyer 
Jos B Oliver 
Wm Williams 
Enfigns 
Thomas Miller 
Lemp Bulkley 
Sam Nicholls 
Herb T Lewis 
James Stopford 
FH Coddington 


Eras Hales, qm 
W Jones, furg. 
P Colman, asst 
J Mackenzie 
Collyer, agent 


AHamilton, fur Hen R Connor 
J Mair, as t 
Greenwood, ag. 


XLT. 
Colonel 
Sir Ed. Stopford 
Lieut-cols 
Henry Godwin 
Wm Smelt 
Majors 
P L Chambers 
W O’Reilly 
Captains 
E B Stehelin 
John Can- 
Geo F Boulton 
Wm Booth 
George S Crole 
H Vanspall 
Ang M‘Intyre 
A H M‘Lean 
Nich Browne 
L H Pillichody 
James F May 
Lieuts 
R Butterfield 
J Simmons 
J Dawson 
Edward Briscoe 
Thos Vincent 
Perc. Brown 
Francis Dickson 
G L Boultbee 
MJKW Logan 
Wm Barnes 
J G Bedingfeld 
Law Tallon 


R Moore, pm. jRobt Hamilton 
WmNeiily, adjt| John Webb 


N 3 















TJ 


Joseph E Deere 
Henry J Ellis 
John Smith 
A Guinness 
James G Inglis 
Alex Glen 
AlfW Horne 
Robot S Orde 
Enfigns 
J Boyse 
R Price 
Wm Evans 
- Stoddert 
CWP Magra 
E J Vaughan 
John A rata 
Owen W Gray 
J Raye, paym. 
J Cochranj adjt. 
, qm 

T Peirott, surg 
J Tennant, asst 
G R Dartnell 
Wm Smith 
Greenwood, ag 

XLTI. 

(Rl. Highland .) 
Colonel 


W Childers 
RD Macdonald 
Wm Murray 
Lieuts 
J Robertfon 
K Macdougall 
Donald Mackay 
Roger Stewart 
George M‘Iver 
John Leslie 
Christ. Clarke 
Lawrence Fife 
Thomas Raynes 
C K Macdonald 
Harcourt Hill 
Dun Cameron 
Enfigns 
John M‘Duff 
W K Thomson 
Chas Dunsmure 
WDMacfarlane 
A Campbell 
Colin Campbell 
Charles Steuart 
Abraham Inglis 
C Wardell. p-m 
Wm Duff, adj. 
Wm King, q-m 
S M‘Leod, surg, 


( -:-to" 

Sir Geo. Murray J Dempster, ast 


Lient-col 
R H Dick 
Majors 
A Menzies 
Wm Middleton 
Captains 
J K Ross 
H A Frafer 
John Malcolm 
Jas Macdougall 
Robert B re reton 
P C Campbell 


J M‘Gregor 
Greenwood, ag. 

XLIII 

(Monmouthshire 
Light Infantry) 
Colonel 
Lord Howden 
I.ieut-col 
Wm Haverfield 
Majors 


150 

Jas Confidine 
Captains 
Geo Johnfton 
Wm Fiaser 
J Forlorg 
Hon. C Grey 
E G W Keppe) 
Hunter Ward 
J B Estcourt 
Hon. A Brown 
Chas R Wright 
C A Wrottesley 
Lieuts 
Barth Cafey 
George Hood 
J Harris 
Wm Considine 
James Th mas 
Aug Denham 
Samuel Tyron 
Sir R J Fletcher 
Daniel G Freer 
M Lushington 
Wilb Egerton 
Enfigns 
H n W Clements 
W G Byam 
Hon. A Spencer 
Henry Bruere 
W A Ward 
Wm Bell 
George Talbot 
ChaJ Gardine 
Jas W Smith 
Johnson Fcrd 
T Tierney, pm. 
J Harris, adjt- 
D Williams, qm 
J Gilkreft, furg. 

. M Galeani, asst 
I George Browjic 


XIJV. 

(East Essex.) 
Colonel 
Gore Browne 
Lieut-cols 
Francis S Tidy 
J C L Carter 
Majors 
John Shelton 
f ho Mackrell 
Captains 
W Burney 
Charles O’Neill 
John Kitson 
James Johnston 
F Hemming 
John Connor 
R Ha'fhide 
H FI Jacob 
Robert Smith 
Benj Whitney 
J C Webfter 
Lieuts 
Alex Wilson 
R Mackrell 
Wm B Scott 
Thos Swayne 
T S O’Halloren 
A lex W Gray 
FI Donnithorne 
Dobson Young 
Tbos Robinson 
W W Fraser 
J J Boyse 
Charles Evans 
F. C Mathias 
H L I. a yard 
R B Macrea 
J D De Wend 
A A Browne 
Wm Dunn 


Henry Booth [Greenwood. ag.jSim M’Queen 















151 


G M Dalway 
WTPShortt 
G J Burslem 
Enfigns 
W H Dodgin 
George Bayly 
J Pennirgton 
JD Young 
T W Halfhide 
Som. Grove 
GG 3 Lowther 
T Bourke, pm 
* , adjt 

RHcdahan, qm 
Wm Daunt, sur 
R Verling, asst 
R Stark 
A Smith 
Greenwood, agt 

XL [Netting) 
Colonel 
Earl of Cavan 
Lieut-cols 
L Greenwell 
H Stackpoole 
Majors 

J M Stackpoole 
Tho Hilton 
Captains 
A Anderfon 
John Cole 
Edward F Beys 
Richard Moore 
J H Hamilton 
Hugh Forbes 
A Vancortland 
St Lab Webb 
J Stewatt 
Richard Pcrham 
Wm Moore 


Lieuts 
John Grant 
James Reid 
F Ebhart 
W H Butler 
Fred C Irwin 
George Minter 
Wm Potts 
John Macintire 
Thomas Eman 
Nicholas Sykes 
A A Armstrong 
Alex Clarke 
R C Elliott 
R S Knox 
Richard Rose 
John Forbes 
A G Sidley 
Thos Chadwick 
George Bell 
Wm Metge 
John Smith 
James Ward 
J Du Vernett 
Fred Pigott 
Enfigns 
EW L 2 scelles 
A Armstrongj 
Edw T Coke 
Geo H Clatke 
A M Tulle ch 
Chas Seagram 
Wm Elliott 
* 

D O’Meara, pm 
James Reid, adj. 
S Wallis, qm 
W Smyth, surg. 
G Tower, asst 
A Callender 
jL Leslie 
(Greenwood, ag. 


XLVI. 

[South Devonsh.) 

Colonel 
Henry Wynyard 
Lieut-cols 
A Campbell 
Alex Ogilvie 
Majors 
T Willshiie 
Andrew Clarke 
Captains 
Wm Nairn 
T Thompfon 
Alex Cuppage 
Joseph Otway 
J H Edwards 
Wm Mallet 
Charles Dawe 
A Campbell 
Robert Mattin 
A G Parker 
Mat Willock 
Lieuts 
H Moirifon 
Tob Purcell 
G A Mahon 
Alexr Read 
Wm Campbell 
J Campbell 
Donald Stuart 
Nath Ashhurst 
ChasLangwerth 
Rob Campbell 
C F Button 
Adol L Grey 
Alex Fraser 
Edw J Bruce 
T M Sim kins 
George Varlo 
George Farwell 
Francis Ingram 
J E Muttlebuiy 


Enfigns 
C W Zuhlcke 
C Johnstone 
Walter Jones 
E H D Napier 
Joseph Davies 
CWSt J Wall 
Wm Lacy 
Wm Jas Yonge 
J Grant, pm 
J Ffrench, adjt 
, qm 
J Malloch, sur 
G Bush, asst 
R Hewatt 
A Urquhart 
Greenwood, ag 

XLYII.(Z<w*f<2.) 

Colonel 
Hn. Sir A Hope 
Lieut-cols 
R G Elringten 
Willo. Cotton 
Majors 
P W Ramsay 
JW Donoghue 
Captains 
Tho Backhoufe 
Fade Heatley 
Jas Pickard 
C Mninwaring 
G F Sadlier 
T W French 
Philip Dundas 
J Clarke 
J Pennycuick 
J Hutchinfon 
J G Cowell 
Lieuts 

H Wainwright 
|Tho Daly 









Ty~ 

John Atherton 
John Sands 
Wm Murray 
Charles Lane 
Edward Dundee 
Henry Watts 
John Gordon 
A Frazer 
W D Deverell 
Michael Nagle 
John Peach 
Ang J Miller 
Samuel Kerr 
Wm Si born 
E M Frome 
James R Scott 
A Campbell 
P J Douglas 
Enfigns 
John Lardner 
A M Robinson 
W D Hewson 
H H F Clanke 
HenryM‘Nally 
Henry Bristow 
Don Campbell 
R Mitton, pm 
i adjt 
H Bailes, qm 
A Millar, lurg 
TM* Curdy, asst 
M Devitt 
S Lightfoot 
Greenwood, ag 


XLVIII. 

( Northampton .) 

Colonel 
Lord C Fitzroy 
Lieut-cols 
Gilb Cimiticre 
Jas Taylor 


Majors 
Thos Bell 
J Moriflet 
Captains 
P M‘Dougall 
H E Robinfon 
C JVan.Meulen 
J W Duke 
P J Willats 
John Marlhall 
T Brotheridge 
William Reed 
Thos Weston 
Henry Stuart 
James Skirrow 
Lieuts 

John Croker 
Wm Wilson 
C Campbell 
Thomas Lewis 
C H Roberts 
Wm Codd 
R Woodhouse 
TP Williamson 
H Mountsteven 
M Macphtrson 
Robert Innes 
Jas M‘Conchy 
R A Andrews 
Edw Griffiths 
HWS Nixon 
C D C O’Brien 
Wm Fothergill 
W M‘Cleverty 
- Mack worth 
Wm Beil 
EGHH Gibbs 
Robert Hughes 
Enfigns 
A Erskine 
A Donnellan 
A H Hull 


152 

A Donnellan 
Henry Leech 
J Thompson 
Jas A Erskine 
R C Hamilton 
T Murray, p-m 
MMorphett,adj 
G Stubbs, qm 
AStevenson, sur 
R N Starr , asst. 
Alex Esson 
J Fitzgerald 
Greenwood, ag. 


XLIX. 

(Pr&s. Charlotte 
of Wales's , or 
Hertfordshire .) 
Colonel 


M G Sparks 
W Browne 
Berk Vincent 
Henry Keating 
John Fleming 
Chas C Coote 
C M Burrows 
Enfigns ' 

R T Sparks 
Art Wightman 
Ant Phibbs 
Robert Birch 
F S Reignolds 
Averell Daniell 
Charles Tyssen 
Lord W Russell 
J Brock, p-m 
J Stean, adjt 
Fras Brew, qm 


sirMNightingal J French, surg 


Lieut-col 
John Daniell 
Majors 

Robert Bartley 
R Beauchamp 
Captains 
Ja Dennis 
Alex Lewis 
Henry Ormond 
Tho Stephens 
Tho Lamont 
John Sewell 
EdwardDanford 
E Morris 
K de Lisle 
VV H Bull 
Lieucs 
S Blyth 
John Otter 
E R Rundle 
Jas Simpson 
Geo Mathew 


D Doherty, asst 
J Duncanson 
Greenwood, ag. 


L. {West Kent.') 

Colonel 
Sir JamesDuff 
Lieut-col 
N Wodehouie 
Majors 
Hoi Cuflance 
Jos Anderson 
Captains 
Tho Ryan 
W T urner 
C J Baldwin 
Peter Powell 
j H Serjeantscn 
[John Kyle 
|Edw Johnston 
]F Montgomery 
j Jos Greenwood 














153 


Henry Gill 
Li cuts 
G M Tew 
Tames Weir 
Charles Willes 
Wm Briggs 
Wm Sheatfe 
John Foy 
James B Ross 
Gab Kenyon 
Benj Baxter 
A Wainewright 
Chas F Hatton 
Wm Walsh 
Enfigns 
Tho Ahmuty 
Hen M Otway 
A O’N Lyster 
A CD Bentley 
Wm L Tudor 
T W Edwards 
John B Rose 
Hen Reynolds 
Wm White 
G Bartley, pm 
Wm White, adjt 
B Baxter, qm 
T Young, surg 
Ro. Elison, asst 
James Young 
Greenwood, ag. 

LI. 

*2dXork West Rid. 
King's own L. I. 

Colonel 
Sir T Hislop 
Lieut-col 
Samuel Rice 
Majors 
J Campbell 
John Rofs 


Captains 
J Henry Phelps 
WH Elliott 
John Flamank 
Edw St Maur 
C W Tyndale 
B B Hawley 
Fred Mathews 
W Timson 
J F Woodward 
R Mawdesley 
Lieuts 

O Ainfworth 
FMainwaring 
T N Cochrane 
Edward Forman 
Alex M Hay 
W G Mahon 
Wm Gordon 
T St L Irving 
Ferd Pbelps 
Vere Isham 
* 

Enfigns 

G Cholmondely 
Bertie J Gray 
Fras Clayton 
Edw Parker 
J A Campbell 
A B St Leger 
Chas A Arney 
A C Errington 
C T Vandeleur 
Ush Williamson 
* 

J Gibbs, p m 
* , adjt 

W Kenny, qm 
P Lavens, furg 
J Clark, asst 
M Ryan 
Greenwood, agt 


LI!. 

(' Oxfordsh . L.I.) 
Colonel 

Sir G T Walker 
Lieut-col 
Jas Fergusson 
Majors 
J M‘Nair 
John Crofs 
Captains 
G F B St John 
S D Pritchard 
John Godfree 
George Gawler 
W Blois 
G H Love 
W S Moorsom 
Rich D King 
Geo Montagu 
Henry Deedes 
Lieuts 
R K Hill 
A Wetherall 
Wm Vivian 
W O Gunning 
J H Baldwin 
Geo M Eden 
G J Smart 
Henry Wilson 
WWJCockcraft 
Walter Butler 
Enfigns 

George W Birch 
- French 
G C Swan 
WJM Hughes 
S R Streatfield 
Chas F Norton 
Wm Chaloner 
C W Forester 
G M Yorke 
J Allen Vigors 


Winter botom,p* 
J Bentham, adjt 
J Morgan, qm 
JBGibfon, furg 
WMacartny,ast 
Greenwood, ag. 

LI1I. (Shrofish.) 

Colonel 
Lord Hill 
Lieut-col 
Jol;n Manfell 
Majors 
W Cuppaidge 
Thomas Reed 
Captains 
Cope Williams 
D J Conroy 
James Cates 
Thomas Butler 
J L Black 
Richard F Hill 
John Steuart 
Chas R Murray 
S Widdrington 
Philip Hill 
Lieuts 
Thos Impett 
J C Hcathcote 
Edward Brown 
John Little 
Henry W Burn 
Chas Binstead 
E B Philipps 
John R Currie 
John Long 
JB Wheatstones 
Edw Wakefield 
Edward Delme 
Enfigns 
Thos Carnegy 
J Sc Clair Doyle 










PT^ 


T H Western 
Edm Wigley 
J W Prettejohn 
Soy. R Del me 
Henry Walsh 
Robt S Orlebar 
A Dawes, pm 
John Frafer, adi 
WMinchin, qm 
C M‘Lean, sur. 
J Connell, asst 
Greenwood, agt 


I. IV. WestNorf. 

Colonel 
J Gascoyne 
JLieut-cols 
Wm Macbean 
Colq. Grant 
Majors 

Leslie Walker 
Jo! n Moore 
Captains 
J Leflie 
William Cox 
P Mandilhon 
James H Walsh 
E A Evanfon 
R Woodgate 
A F Barbauld 
Richard Kelly 
Wm Abbott 
John Clark 
Lieuts 

Edward Nugent 
Charles Hill 
James Lawless 
J G Beavan 
F Thornbury 
J Norman 
Pryce Clarke 
Buir. Kelly 


154 

RTR Paftoun . WL Peacocke 
R G C Coote Alex Gardner 
E Wells John E Batty 


Ernest A Slade 
Charles Tobin 
H Rose Chike 
Pereg Warren 
George Holt 
[ohn B Dodd 
John Stoddard 
Richard Burton 
F K Tincombe 
Enfigns 
Garnet Man 
— Bayley 
E Wm Dixon 
F W Johnson 
E D Wright 
Cbas Daintry 
Robert Dodd 
E G Smith, p-m 
* , adjt 

W Coates, qm 
CHamilton, sur 
P Stewart, asst 
J Macdonald 
J Brydon 
Greenwood, ag. 


Jul Brockman 
JM‘K Cameron 
Robert Ficklin 
Lieuts 

iEM Nicholson 
Neil Sinclair 
R N Bo yes 
T Troward 
W Macdonald 
WH Champion 
RH SheafFe 
B Cumberland 
Hugh Higgins 
Charles Mills 
Fras Robt Cary 
C C Elrington 
Enfigns 

G B Hildebrand Piggott Ince 
F F Richardson Benj Walmsley 
ohn Poe John P Hunt 


Majors 
H H Pritchard 
J E Cairnes 
Captains 
P S Norman 
Tho Foreman 
W Gun 
H E Hill 
Amos Thorne 
W H Arthur 
Nich Palmer 
R S Vicars 
Win Mitchell 
D W Barclay 
Lieuts 
O'C Higgins 
John Kenny 
Warb Grey 
George Nifbett 
F O Leighton 
[Piggott Ince 


LV. ( IVestmorel ) 
Colonel 
Sir WH Clinton 
Lieut col 
Charles Mill 
Majors 
Saum. Brock 
P E Craigie 
Captains 
r W Nicholfon 
J S Elligood 
A Fi end 
Charles Warren 


Phil R Peck 
S P Bonnes 
D L Fawcett 
Ma. Wilson 
Wm Thorpe 


C Daniell, p-m 
G Goodall, adjt 
WM'Intosb,qm 
G Rutledge, fur. 
J M‘Donel,asst 
A B Morgan 
Greenwood, ag. 

LVI. (iV.Essex) 
Colonel 
Sir J Murray 
Lieut-col 
F Barclay 


George Hogcr 
A D Cuddy 
GhasJ Henry 
John P Nelly 
Enfigns 
N Motison 
R H Malisson 
B T Finniss 
Wentw. Croke 
John F Aylmer 
R Keating 
Wm Wybrow 
Thomas Eagar 
J Finnis, p-m 
adjt 

RMulingan,qm 
HMarkham, sur 
W Bell, asst 
Donaldson, agt 






















LVII. ( W.Mid. 
Colonel 


155 


Henry Hill, adj 
S Johnson, qm 


SirHDalrymple Ja Evans, surg 


Lieut col 
Oil. Carey 
Majors 
T Shadforth 
Edm Lockyer 
Captains 
John Campbell 
Robert Hunt 
V Y Donaldson 
R Heaviside 
P Macdougall 
H R Hartley 
Patrick Logan 
James Jackfon 
H Welman 
Phil. Aubin 
Lieuts 

James Brown 
J W Donelau 
T Bainbrigge 
Hen Shadforth 
John Ovens 
J W Taylor 
Wm Bate 
TDl’Condamin 
B Daveney 
A Robertson 
- Shadforth 
George Moore 
Enfigns 
Geo Edwards 
Wm Lockyer 
WWH Benson Thos J Crant 


J Doyle, asst 
J Hennen 
Greenwood, agt 

IN\\\.(Rutland) 
Colonel 
Ld W Bentinck 
Lieut-col 
iHenry John 
Majors 
Edward Darley 
Wm Rowan 
Captains 
T W Frith 
F H Fuller 
Wm Firebrace 
Wm Harding 
Edw Fitzgerald 
Richard Leyne 
W Sadlier 
Henry Hebden 
J J Sargent 
R H Wjnyard 
Lieuts 
G Collins 
A Beverhoudt 
W A Stewart 
Wm F Bell 
Rich P Pack 
Charles S Jones 
T G Matteson 
A S Fraser 


C M Caldwell 
J M M Kidd 
Edm Lockyer 
Rob. Alexander 
John Wood 
G H Green, pm 


John B Mann 
Henry F Bell 
Fin. H Howard 
D Robertson 
Enfigns 
Cyprian Bridge jM H Heftor 


Edm J Cruice 
John R Surman 
Ken Mackenzie 
J Blackburne 
Han Howard 
R H Creagh 
W F Campbell 
E Fugian, p-m 
RMackenzie,ad 
W Phillips, q-m 
G Jones, surg 
Jos Huey, asst 
Greenwood, agt 

LIX. 2<1 Not ting. 

Colonel 
Alexander Rofs 
Lieut-cols 
GMacgregor 
G W Walker 
Majors 
Francis Fuller 
Richard Cost 
Captains 
R C Stcvenfon 
Francis Fuller 
Edward Duncan 
Duncan Gordon 
John Cowper 
J PPennefather 
Rich Manners 
Nich Chadwick 
Robert Whittle 
H D Courtayne 
N Hovenden 
Lieuts 
I. Carmichael 
Henry Hartford 
John Lukis 
Edward Long 
James Buin 


Wm Fittman 
W H Sampson 
J H Peake 
Alex Murray 
A Macdougall 
Charles Coote 
J Macgregor 
George Clark 
Jos Peacocke 
Wm Fuller 
J N Barrow 
R Sweeny 
G N Harwood 
Enfigns 
W S Marley 
Wm Jesse 
Edward Bolton 
R Macgregor 
Aug Hartford 
J Elennessey 
Rich B Yates 
Clarence Hare 
Jo Wright, pm 
LCarmichael,ad 
W Ellary, q-m 
John Hume, sur 
FSievwright as. 
W Kendo 
Greenwood, agt 

LX. 

D. of York's own 
Rife Corps. 

(Two Batts.) 

Col.-in Chief 
Duke of York 
Co!.-Com. 

N C Burton 
Hon. E Phipps 
Lt. Cols. 
Thos Bunbtiry 
Hen Fitzgerald 














Majors 
J H Schoedde 
Aug Fred Ellis 
C Chichester 
Captains 
C Mackenzie 
Robert Kelly 
Melv Glenie 
J Franchini 
J Strongitharm 
Charles Leslie 
J Hein Adair 
Amb Spong 
Andrew Ellison 


156 

Henry Croby 
Chas H Spence 
2 d Lieuts 
J Archer 
T Havelock 
T N Bruere 
C O’Donoghue 
W Anderson 
John Wm Cross 
C H Churchill 
Rich L Orlebar 
J Greetham 
E W Eversley 
George Bulman 


J Baxter Carloss John R Peyton 


James Goldfrap 
Lord G Hervey 
R B Heslop 
JCS Sly field 
G F Greaves 
TRP Tempest 
John Campbell 
Hon. H Upton 
Geo Fothergill 
1st Lieuts 
Matthew Furst 
Richard Pasley 
Ant F Evans 
Peter Kennedy 
Peter Ea«on 
Jos Robinson 
David Dickson 
Rich Stapleton 
J Moiphy 
C L Nesbitt 
George Pigott 
T C Hamill 
J S Wilford 
W B Neynoe 
Fias Mailton 
D Fitzgerald 
R Gibbons 


Wm R Faber 
C O Leman 
John B Serjeant 
Rob rt Atkins 
St G Cromie 
M E Haworth 
H Biggs, pm 
Edward Coxen 
J Liddeel, adjt 
F Coghlan 
A Mitchell, qm 
Jonath Booth 
A1 Melvin, sur 
F Leigh 
P Smith, asst 
P Lamond 
W S M‘Credie 
Greenwood, ag 

LXI. (S.Glo'ster 
Colonel 
SirGeoHewett 
Lieut-coi 
G E P Barlow 
Majors 
Mar Annefley 
John Wolfe 


Captains 
Edw Charieton 
John Hamilton 
H Simmonds 
Henry Burnside 
Edward Gaynor 
Tho Glofter 
Alex M c Leod 
Dun Darroch 
Chas Pearson 
George Parke 
Lieuts 
R Armftrong 
John Harris 
John De Lacy 
R N Vetner 
Wm Mackenzie 
E Macdonnell 
Edward Mallet 
T B Bower 
Fred Barlow 
RHO’R Hoey 
E H Chawner 
J J Burslem 
Enfigns 
J W Dalgety 
Wm Jones 
Edward Irving 
George Ruddle 
WHanmer Dick 
Rich Gloster 
J G Philipps 
H Vicars 
John Glafs, pm 
A Toole, adjt 
W Clark, qm 
C St John, furg 
Greenwood, agt 

LyL\\.(JViltsh.) 

Colonel 
SirSamuelHulfe 


Lieut-col 
Geo Gauntlett 
Majors 
Eyre Smyth 
John Reed 
Captains 
John Walter 
J Singleton 
Edward Parker 
Hn.GT Keppel 
John Keith 
Dun Stewart 
Arthur Mair 
E P Brooke 
Richard Power 
H J Ramsden 
Lieuts 
John O’Grady 
J F Macdonell 
Cha H J Lane 
Geo Damerum 
SN Hemsworth 
Jos O’Meara 
F K Bouverie 
Jas W Fisher 
JH Anstruther 
Edward Bagot 
Fred Kerr 
Francis Carr 
Enfigns 
Wm Gua»d 
Wm T Shortt 
S H Johnson 
Thos Grayson 
Franklin Lecky 
P Le Couteur 
Nath Kane 
E E Stopford 
R Jellicoe, p-m 
J Buchan, adjt 
John Egar, qm 
DM‘Phtrson ,su 












J Fawcett, asst 
Greenwood, ag. 

LXIIl. {W.Suff 
Colonel 
William Dyott 
Lieut-col 
Edward Burke 
Majors 

J W Fairtlough 
Tho Fairtlough 
Captains 
W Snape 
Pery Baylee 
Sholto Douglas 
Edward E Hill 
Thos Paterson 
Wm Hughes 
David Campell 
James Briggs 
R L Dickson 
T H Grubbe 
Lieuts 
J Duport 
Edward Brown 
Michael Vicary 
Richard Fry 
Jacob Jordan 
John Gibbons 
Chr Dexter 
Francis Aubin 
Daniel Alt 
Hon. G Spencer 
John Ward 
Wm W Barrow 
Enfigns 

ABLP Burrell 
Wm M Carew 
Wm Pedder 
Richard Lane 
Geo Armstrong! 
J Lea Smith | 


Thomas Grove 
H Forster, pm 
-M‘Fadden,adj 
Jis Dukes, qm 
W Bohan, surg, 
* , asst 

Collyer, agt 

LXIV. 

(VdStajfordshire) 
Colonel 
SirWH Pringle 
Lieut-col 
R B Fearon 
Majors 
ArthurDickfon 
Ralph Johnfoa 
Captains 
Charles Bennett 
W Bellingham 
J E Freeth 
John A Allen 
Wm Jull 
S S Parker 
Andrew Dillon 
SW L Stretton 
W Ravenscroft 
Hon. G Browne 
Lieuts 
John WaHh 
A VS Forbes 
A Dun. Boyes 
Wm O’Neill 
Alf Macbean 
AJ Macpherfon 
J C Molesworth 
H Fothergill 
John Michel 
James Draper 
Thos Kenyon 
Freera Murray 
R B Du Pre 


157 


Enfigns 
- Mandeville 
D II Lawreil 
George Goring 
C K S Barker 
Edm. Wright 
Geo Duberley 
James Bell 
M J Western 
J Ralston, pm 
A D Boyes, adj. 
WCrymble, qm 
Hatley, surg 
JChamber9, asst 
Charles Brown 
Greenwood, agt 

LXV. 
(2dT,N. Riding.) 

Colonel 
T Grosvenor 
Lieut-col 
Peter Dumas 
Majors 
J W Hutchison 
R J Maclean 
Captains 
George Wilfon 
S R Warren 
Wm Maclean 
Henry Senior 
Peter M‘Laine 
P Farquharson 
John Hunt 
Wm Snow 
R Car. Smyth 
J B Thornhill 
Lieuts 
J R Stepney 
G T Parker 
Arth W Cassan 
Adam Cuppage 


John A Walker 
Geo Cochrane 
Wm Hay 
James Young 
S Yorke Martin 
Hon. H BGrey 
Charles Wise 
J H Palmer 
Enfigns 
Wm Foley 
W de Dawbtawa 
Wm Tucker 
Walter Bates 
AHL Wyatt 
W J Crompton 
E St V Digby 
F P O’Reilly 
R Bates, pm 
J G Young, adjt 
T Coleman, qm 
WO’ Reilly, sur 
C O’Reilly, asst 
Greenwood, agt 

LXVI. (Berhh) 
Colonel 
Oliver Nicolls 
Lieut-col 
Charles Nicol 
Majors 
James Baiid 
Sam Patrickson 
Captains 
P Duncan 
WmKingfmill 
Wm Bristow 
Edward Hamill 
John Clarke 
T H Baylie 
A H Kirwan 
T W Stewart 
John Daniell 









John George 
Lieuts 
H Edmonds 
Cha Macarthy 
John Usher 
W H Wardell 
Philip Ditmas 
Tho Rainsford 
Jas M Goodiff 
Wm Glascott 
Fred Feilde 
T Leigh Goldie 
James Brannan 
Herb C Jenner 
Enfigns 
Henry Nixon 
Chns F Gibson 
Geo Douglas 
John Meliis 
A C M‘Murdo 
Wmh Dames 
ThosW Jackson 
T G Armstrong 
RT Healey 
K T Ross, p-m 
R Steele, adjt 
J Stephens, qm 
W Henry, surg 
Jas Cross, asst 
Greenwood, agt 

LXVII. 

(5. Hampshire.) 
Colonel 

Sir Wm Keppel 
Lieut-col 
Nath Burslem 
Majors 
Wm Hoare 
Sackv. Taylor 
Captains 
Arthur Poyntz 


158 


D Macpherfon 
Rob Cockerell 
G C Harpour 
John Snow 
George Bunce 
Jas Adair 
C M Harrifon 
Her Vaughan 
Wm Webster 
Lieuts 

E S Delamain 
Fofter Fayns 
John Hanna 
T Kennedy 
Job Dickfon 
JasThompson 
Benj Beaufoy 
John Bolton 
Joseph Hassell 
C Macpherson 
James Robinson 
George Keir 
Robert M‘Nair 
P Brannan 
Thomas Byrne 
John C Drew 
A Pilfold 
Geo Frankland 
Charles Deane 
WMSweedland 
Geo H Wood 
Enfigns 

Samuel Robbins 
T J Deverell 
J B Heming 
Lewis Carey 
C W James 
3 W vVybrants 
G Alfred Currie 
R A Gosset 
Wm Blair, pm 
W Warburtoh, a 


Wm Mew, qm 
M Kenny, furg 
* , asst 

A Cumming 
Alhley, agt 

LXV1II. 

(■Durham L.I.) J Duff, adjt 
Colonel GMacbeath,qm 

Sir Hen. Warde Jas Reid, furg 
Lieut-col RWilliams, asst 

J P Hawkins 


Philip Durnford 
A Machan 
Houg Madeley 
R Walwyn 
Lancelot Bayly 
Joseph North 
H Read, p-m 


Majors 
Jas Winnett 
John Reed 
Captains 
N GledBanes 
W North 
S Kennedy 
Robert Melville 
G Macdonald 
John Parker 
Jas Menzies 
W Smyth 
Robert Jackfon 
H R Ferguson 
Lieuts 
\V Mendham 
J Carfon 
Wm Gibfon 
J Mitchell 
D Macdonald 
J Blood 
Harry Smyth 
Wm Smith 
P Bernard 
Allan M‘Nabb 
Enfigns 
R W Huey 
Wm Foster 
Wm Fuller 
E Macpherson 


J Crawfoid 
Greenwood, ag. 

LXIX. 

(S. Lincolnshire) 
Colonel 

Sir J Hamilton 
Lieut-col 
SirC Cuyler 
Majors 
Cha Lowrie 
Jonathan Peel 
Captains 
I Downing 
Matt Jenour 
J S Jones 
Wm Tedlie 
Wm Grenville 
John Smyth 
Fred Glover 
E Monins 
Brooke Pigot 
Robert Brookes 
Lieuts 
A Wardlock 
Stephen Parker 
WHShurlock 
George Haipur 
L G Finn 
C Busteed 
Joseph Hill. 














Peter Taylor 
H B Tudor 
Edw Hopwood 
H W Blachford 
J T Evans 
Enfigns 
HD O’Halloran 
R Thompson 
A C Anderson 
J W Bennett 
Wm T Smyth 
H B Bennett 
EdwardS James 
Hen. C Hallifax 
E Mundell, p-m 
G B Rofe, adjt 
TSh oolbraid qm 
M‘Kechnie, sur 
J Coghlan, asst 
Kirkland, agt 


LXX. 
for Surrey J 
Colonel 

Ld Howard of 
Effingham 
Lieut-col 
C M 4 Gregor 
Majors 

Thomas Evans 
Richard Greene 
Captains 
J Tredennick 
Don Mackay 
Jofeph Kelfall 
Jas F Sweeny 
Jos De la Hay 
Thomas Reed 
J G Creighton 
Robert Kirk 
E J White 
James Laing 


Lieuts 
E Stephenfon 
Geo Goldfrap 
W Taylor 
Samuel White 
James Gaston 
John Brown 
James Fleeson 
Gab. Tunstali 
J S Dalgety 
M K At her ley 
MBG Reed 
Edward Kirwan 
Enfigns 
J Williamson 
TB Sheean 
John Rose 
Ger L Harvey 
C Du P Egerton 
P W Braham 
Benj Swan 
Geo Durnford 
J Johnston, p-m 
J Samfon, adjt 
J Wilson, qm 
G Garrett, surg 
J Robertson, ast 
P Robertson 
Greenwood, ag. 

LXXI. 


159 

RW Myddleton 
Cha Stewart 
W C Hanfon 
Wm Long 
John Roberts 
J Gardiner 
Wm Stewart 
N A Connor 
P^I^Eieuts 
J Impett 
A R L’Eftrargc 
Arthur J Jones 
Thomas Dutton 
George Cuming 
Wm Denny 
James Barry 
Alex Seymour 
Wm S Dalton 
E M Whyte 
Enfigns 
Wm Wallace 
Fred Pack 
Wm J Myers 
John R Craik 
H T Beresford 
Eyre M Stack 
H Ed Austen 
Chas Aug.Dean 
Wilhelm Speer 
RPennington,p 
GLightbody,ad 


Colonel 
sirGDrummond 
Lieut-col 
Arthur Jones 
Majors 

J Lewis Watfon 
J T Pidgeon 
Captains 
Ja Henderfon 
Alex Grant 


{Highland L, I.) J Agnew, qm 
J Barlow, surg 
JWinterscale,a! 
W B Day kin 
M Donald, agt 


LXX1I. 

(D. of Albany's 
own Highland.) 

Colonel 
Sir John Hope 


Lieut-col 
C J Arbuthnot 
Majors 
W L Maberly 
George Hall 
Captains 
John Doyle 
P Sutherland 
C M Maclean 
Alex Logie 
War. Markham 
Don J Maclean 
Tho A Blair 
G H Lindsay 
Geo Murray 
Henry Jervis 
Lieuts 
A Chilholm 
M Campbell 
Ja Gowan 
John Frith 
Chas C Craven 
L Xavier Leslie 
Francis Pitts 
TJ Neill 
Robt Schneider 
W H Robinson 
Henry Godfrey 
Thos E Lacy 
Enfigns 
H P Raymond 
C P Trapaud 
T H Duthie 
Robert Baillie 
C W M Payne 
Geo Kirkaldy 
[as M Oliver 
Chas Thursby 
W Graham, pm 
H Jervis, adjt 
JM‘ Pherson, qr 
T Clarke, furg 













160 


W Burrell, asst 
Macdonald, agt 

L. XXIII. 
Colonel 
Lord Harris 
Lieut-col 
M C O’Connell 
Majors 
W Kenny 
Richard Drewe 
Captains 
J Y Lloyd 
Pattick Hay 
R R Houghton 
P T Williamson 
Geo C Connor 
D Wentworth 
Wm Raymond 
A D Hamilton 
G Hank. Smith 
E S Prideaux 
Lieuts 

George Dawfon 
E L Godfrey 
P Prinuose 
James Coan 
Richard Drewe 
Ang Nicolls 
Joseph Owgan 
Henry Seymoar 
A Widdrington 
H Williamson 
FG A Pinckney 
Thos Nowlan 
Enfigns 
L S Demay 
R W Ram ford 
Benj Brown 
C D O’Connell 
Fred Dumaresq 
Hen B Harvey 


Dennis Daly 
Chas H Colston 
J Bews, p-m 
W Russell, adjt 
J Hickson, qm 
G Martin, surg 
J Cardiff, asst 
Greenwood, agt 

LXXIV. 

Colonel 
Sir C Colville 

Lieut col 
John A Mein 

Majors 

David Stewart 
W Moore 

Captains 
Don Macqueen 
Eyre J Crabb 
Francis Anfell 
Thomas Jones 
Tho Manning 
Wm W Crawley 
J< hn Hazard 
J C Harold 
Bart Burnet 
C A Campbell 

Lieuts 
John Alves 
Charles King 
Wm Graham 
A Atkinfon 
Robert Barker 
Thos W Yates 
John Campbell 
L M'Pherson 
George Gore 
C A Vallancey 
Joseph Crips 
Aug F Ansell 
Annefley Eyre 


Enfigns 
Luke Alen 
Chas F Colyear 
K A de Kovcn 
H C Pocock 
Charles Purcell 
James Stewart 
Edw C Ansell 
Geo W Phillips 
R Davies, p-m 
A F Ansell, adj 
Don Fraser, qm 
C Grant, furg 
R Ranken, asst 
T Brisbane 
Hopkinson, ag. 

LXXV. 

Colonel 

Sir Robt. Aber- 
cromby 
Lieut-col 
Rich England 
Majors 

Lord Churchill 
Thos Atkins 
Captains 
J C Dumas 
Wm Bruce 
Wm Orr 
J M Browne 
F Hammond 
Jas Stevenson 
Henry Salmon 
Alfred Davis 
Rob D Hallifax 
SMF Hall 
Lieuts 

M Macallum 
T Fergusson 
JamesHutcheon 
John Forbes 


Chas A Young 
H Anderson 
Sept Harrison 
J H H Boys 
Geo Davidson 
J J Graham 
Hon. R Preston 
Robt B Brown 

Enfigns 

Wm J Saunders 
FHA Forth 
Peter Delancey 
GWD O’Hara 
Henry Boys 
Alex Jardine 
Edm. V Ind 
Henry G Jarvis 
CharlesCox,pm 
E Daniell, adjt 
WM‘Pherson,q 
E Graham, furg 
C Grattan, asst 
Greenwood, ag. 

LXXVI. 

Colonel 
Chris. Chowne 

Lieut-col 
John Waidlaw 

Majors 

E R Stevenson 
W Bampton 

Captains 
John Gaff 
E Hetherington 
John Clarke 
R R Loring 
J Faincombe 
Joseph Clarke 
George Ogilvie 
ASH Mountain 
W Hutchinson 












] H Grubbs 
Lieut s 

Francis Auftin 
P Coultman 
John Gould 
J M Kennedy 
S B Rofs 
A Stephenson 
J W Preston 
George Bn ere 
P LeP Trench 
Robt Shepperd 
Hon, C Gordon 1 
P H Mitchell 
Enfigns 
W B Bowen 
Henry E Hoare 
B Mackenzie 
H Hutchinson 
Edward Lucas 
Thos Ffrench 
Walter Ray 
Jas Thompson 
H Lott, paym. 

B Rooth, adjt 
ARuswurm,qm 
JFlanagan, surgjp H Bristow 
A Ferguson, astt Alex S Monck 
Chr Collis John Powell 
Greenwood, agt C F B Jones 


Jas Algeo 
Richard Tatton 
G A Ramsay 
j R Raines 
Charles Barry 
Alex Buchan 
G F Paschal 
James Mason 
Wm Castle 
Lieuts 

PW Bradshaw 
Thos L Butler 
W Macalister 
E Sutherland 
Robert Harper 
T J Palmer 
Joseph Lomax 
A P Kenyon 
Anth Dillon 
W N Persse 
Wm J Clerke 
T O Partridge 
Enfigns 
Hor Fenwick 
Row Bevan 
Charles Lee 


161 


LXXV1I. 
(E. Middlesex .) 

Colonel 
Sir Geo Cooke 
Lieut-col 
M H M‘Lainc 
Majors 
St J A Clerke 
Edward Jones 
Captains 
Nich Wilson 


B C Bordes 
T Girling, pm 
M F’ Steele, adji 
J Powell, qm 
TO’Haloran, su 
J J Russell,1 asst 
H Mackesey 
Greenwood, agt 

LXXVI11. 

(Highland) 
Ross-shire Bu^fs 


Colonel 
Sir Edw Barnes 
Lieut-col 
Martin Lindfay 
Majors 
H N Douglas 
James Mill 
Captains 
M Macgregor 
A M Cameron 
John P Lardy 
Arth O’Keefe 
M G T Lindsay 
Jonathan Forbes 
John M‘Leod 
EdwTwopeny 
T H Hemmans 
R J P Vassali 
Lieuts 
T J Taylor 
Wm Beales 
Geo Mitchell 
E Macpherson 
Wal Hamilton 
W B Macalpin 
W J P Gore 
Robt Macbeath 
W H Pickthoru 
Hen Holyoake 
T M Wilson 
R T Hawley 
Enfigns 
Edm Pawsey 
C C M‘Intyre 
John Macleod 
F Montgomery 
Thos Wingate 
Wm Alvarcs 
Arth W Webb 
J Chisholm, Dm 
JEN Bull, adjt 


D Henderson, su 
A Duncan, asst 
J Thomson 
Brent, ag. 

LXX1X. 
Cameron. Highl. 

Colonel 
Sir A Cameron 
Lieut-col 
Neil Douglas 
Majors 

Andrew Brown 
Wm Marfhall 
Captains 
Jas Campbell 
J Barwick 
K Cameron 
J Craw Young 
Jas Frafer 
J D Brown 
Alex Forbes 
WA Riach 
John Marshall 
Geo Mathias 
Lieuts 

A Macdonneil 
D Matheson 
D Macdougall 
L MT.Cdmeron 
A Cameron 
W Cartan 
Dav Campbell 
Thos L Butler 
Andrew Brown 
T C Cameron 
Thos Crombie 
Robert Fulton 
C B Newhouse 
Enfigns 
M Fitzeerald 


Wm Gunn, qmlP Mackenzie 


3 
















W Hen Lance 
Robt Manners 
John S Smyth 
Richard Binney 
Chas Cameron 
Thomas Isham 
R Bateman, pm 
DM‘Dougal,adj 
A Cameron, qm 
J Short, l'urg 
J H Divir, asst 
Walter Grant 
Lawrie, agt 

LXXX. 
{Stafford Vol.) 
Colonel 

Sir R S Donkin 
Lieut.-col 
George D Pitt 
Majors 
J Maclean 
W C Harpur 
Captains 
Henry Grove 
James W Nunn 
Narb. Baker 
Thos Bunbury 
Acheson French 
John Bowler 
J R Majendie 
Jofeph Ellis 
TWOM‘Niven 
Geo Falconar 
Lieuts 

Cha Anderfon 
James Inkson 
W J Magennis 
G S Jeffery 
John Bowres 
H A Jackson 
G H Edwards 


162 

Ron Macdonald John Lntman 


John Thomas 
Edward Every 
John West 
F N Toole 
Enfigns 
W H Christie 
George Black 
Chas A Brooke 
James Lacy 
F H Graham 
R Sheberras 
Wm Leslie, pm 
W Penny, adjt 
WCampbelljqm 
JLightbody,fur 
J Regan, asst 
R Johnston 
Greenwood, agt 

LXXXI. 

Colonel 

SirJamesKempt 
Lieut-c©I 
Andrew Creagh 
Majors 
J M Wardrop 
C F Maclean 
Captains 
John Duval 
K Montgomery 
E Scoones 
David Duval 
Wm Hall 
R H Wilcocks 
G V Creagh 
J J Hamilton 
C B Brisbane 
WII L Brooke 
Lieuts 
Tho Manning 
George Smyth 


Ed T Thomson 
Henry Dixon 
Charles Oakley 
John Brown 
George Reeves 
Rich U Howe 
Abr Splaine 
H M Blaydes 
LA Spearman 
Enfigns 

GdeRottenburg 
Wm Dyer 
J B Creagh 
J U Jeffery 
Lang. Heyland 
Hen. De Visme 
Thos Gravatt 
Hoblyn S Peter 
AThomfon, pm 
AM‘Donald,adj 
J Roberts, qm 
S Holmes, surg 
Jas Ewing, asst 
John Bell 
Lawrie, agent 

LXXXII. 
{P.Wales'sVol) 
Colonel 
Henry Pigot 
Lieut-col 
Thos Valiant 
Majors 
J T Robertson 
R Grant 
Captains 
Brook Firman 
Geo Mai {hall i 
T S Begbie 
John Mackay 
James Hervey 


Cha Mortimer 
J Richardson 
H A Magennis 
Edw P Davies 
John J Slater 
Lieuts 

H S Donnellan 
Robert Latham 
Nath Greene 
CM‘KCampbei 
Thos Hadwin 
T G Castieau 
John T Quill 
Chas O’Beirne 
James Abbott 
Wm H Buckley 
John Nagel 
C F Maxwell 
Enfigns 

Thomas Byrne 
John Trollope 
R Campbell 
G Macdonnell 
Tho9 Stopford 
Henry Hyde 
Mat O’Toole 
W F Taverner 
SHoldsworlh, p 
R Elliott, adjt 
A Kyle, qm 
J B Kell, surg. 
A Shanks, asst 
W B Ross 
Lawrie, agent 

LXXXIII. 
Colonel 
J Hodgson 
Lieut-col 
Charles Cother 
Majors 

Richard Kelly 








T Summerfield 
Captains 
A Campbell 
R Thompfon 
Edw Renwick 
George Mee 
Botell Trydell 
Peter Croft oil 
Eras Johnston 
James Burgess 
Wm H Law 
J Swinburn 
Lieuts 
R H Dwyer 
Joseph Wynn 
Charles Irwin 
A S Young 
John Harrison 
S J Hodgson 
John Rayson 
W S Johnson 
R Colquhoun 
A Hoiham 
Hen Caulfield 
R Anstiuther 
Enfigns 
Alb Watson 
H FAinslie 
Robert Kelly 
Wm Bell 
Wm Atherton 
James Keating 
James Ball 
John Kelsall 
John Stubbs 
* 

R Brough,p-m 
J Stubbs, adjt 
J Rusher, qm 
S A Piper, furg. 
M‘Dermot, asst 
Macdonald, ag. 


163 


LXXXIV. 

(York & Lane.) 

Colonel 

Sir F G Maclean 
Lieut-col 
W B Neynoe 
Majors 

Edward Nichol 
Herb. Vaughan 
Captains 
John Dale 
RMPIngilby 
Joseph Jackson 
J W Bernard 
James A Worth 
Ar.th P Pack 
H W S Stewart 
Hen Alexander 
R Wellington 
S S Sealy 
Lieuts 
S T Bafden 
Charles Wtstly 
Alex Macrae 
W Seton 
George Norton 
Nich Raven 
Chas Franklyn 
R J Bui man 
Alfred Bioom 
John J Peck 
H B Clarke 
Hn. M St Clair 
Enfigns 
Y S Driscoll 
Hen Vigoureux 
Charles Adair 
Chris. Hodgson 
James A West 
David Laird 

ThosGVeitch _ 

Peter CraufurdlWm Cooke 


J Nicolson, pm 
T Nelson, adj. 
HCockburn,qm 
W Callow, furg 
G Wilkinson,ast 
WT Rankin 
Greenwood, ag, 

LXXXV. 
Bucks Volunteers 
or the King's Lt. 
Inf. Begt. 

Colonel 
Sir H Taylor 
Lieut-col 
A WarLurton 
Majors 
Henry Fairfax 
Charles R Fox 
Captains 
F Maunsell 
M Forster 
H J French 
John Watts 
GFG O’Connor 
F Jackson 
Wm T Hunt 
LordWmPauIet 
Eard Wilmot 
James Hunter 
Lieuts 
H Belstead 
J M‘Gillewie 
Robert Cole 
Hon. Jas Stuart 
John S Keats 
Herb E Taylor 
G Brockman 
Wm Harris 
Hon. A Coopei 
Hen Wynyard 


Enfigns 
F R Blake 
John James 
WFM Mundy 
Hn. C Clements 
G B Belcher 
H S Browne 
J W Fitzpatrick 
M C Seton 
Rich O Ward 
Aug Coryton 
G Thomson, pm 
JM‘Gilewie, adj 
, qm. 

T Fiddes, furg 
Geo Home, asst 
R D Smyth 
Greenwood, ag. 

J.XXXVI. 

R. County Down. 

Colonel 
E. of Kilmorey 
Lieut-col 
J W Mallet 
Majors 
Wm Baird 
Michael Creagh 
Captains 
WRichardfon 
Jas Stuart 
Alex M'Lean 
Robt Crawford 
Jas Creagh 
A Wm Wynne 
R B Wolseley 
J OH Nunn 
JGLeMarchant 
R B Usher 
Lieuts 
John Giant 
Philip North 









164 


Lewis Grant 
John Holland 
James M‘Intyre 
Geo Ormond 
Wm Osborne 
Fred Dalgety 
HjE DeB Sidley 
Lewis Halliday 
Francis Kearney 
WC Caldwell 
Enfigns 
Hen Copinger 
John S Brooke 
Robert Mayne 
James Galway 
Benj J Selway 
Edward Davis 
Wm Johnson 
C O’ Callaghan 
H Cope, p-m 
J Dolman, adjt. 
J Jeiome, qm 
Cuningham, sur 
W Sinclair, asst 
T Beavan 
Greenwood, ag 


LXXXVII 
Pr. Wales's Irish 
Colonel 

Sir John Doyle 
Lieut-cols 
Matthew Sha we 
T H Blair 
Majors 
H C Stretfeild 
WS Gully 
Captains 
Chas Lucas Beil 
Rodney Bell 
Edward Goate 
J Fenton 


W Hutchinson 
James Carroll 
John Day 
J T Moore 
Edward Waller 
James Bowes 
Fat Mafterfon 
Lieuts 
Jas Kennelly 
H Gough Baylee 
Alex Irwin 
George Tolfrey 
Ter. O’Brien 
Edmund Cox 
W Bateman 
G Mainwaring 
L W Halstead 
Wm Hill 
R R Harris 
Robert J Kerr 
W L Stafford 
James Sweeney 
D A Courtayne 
Wm Smyth 
A C Cochrane 
Joseph Thomas 
N M Doyle 
J R Heyland 
Perc Ramsay 
Fras Stanford 
Rich Loveday 
Enligns 

Dennis Herbert 
Thos Creagh 
Robert Dudley 
C F Parkinson 
J Storey 
Pat Fr Blake 
Chas Urquhart 
Chas Dunbar 
J Sherlock, p-m 
J Hassard, adjt 


S Carr, q-m 
A1 Leslie, furg 
W Brown, asst 
W Birmingham 
H Marshall 
Greenwood, ag. 


LXXXVIII 
Connaught Rang. 

Colonel 
Sir H Campbell 


Lieut-col 
G O’Malley 
Majors 
Hen Heathcote 
Harris Hailes 
Captains 
Robert O’Hara 
Wm Mackie 
Rich Bullock 
H Walpole 
John Hutton 
Fred Meade 
John Burrell 
John Gibfon 
Hercules Ellis 
Wm Elliott 
Lieuts 
Peter Pegus 
WHRutherford 
D Soutar 
Chas Ash more 
John Gells 
W S H Fitzroy 
John Garstin 
Hn.CMonkton 
W P Gallway 
George Booth 


E R Jeffreys 
J P Cumming 
S Ives Sutton 
Henry Onslow 
Wm Knox 
George Ackloni 
Geo Thompson 
P Robin son, pm 
G Wooliard, adj 
D Stewart, qm 
GJohnfton,surg 


R Dowse, asst 
D Dumbreck 
Greenwood, ag. 

LXXXIX. 

Colonel 

SirRMacfarlane 
Lieut-cols 
Edward Miles 
J M‘Caskill 
Majors 
Jas Balden 
Wm S Forbes 
Captains 
Henry Gore 
Thos Daniel 
Plomer Young 
W Pearfe 
Wm Bell 
Allan Stewart 
A. S H Aplin 
A B Taylor 
Edward Thorp 
Eras Hawkins 
Lieuts 

|Ayl Dowdall 
C S Naylor 


RichWarburton J M Hewson 
Geo Newcome Joseph Moore 
Enfigns iW J King 
C M Clintock |C G King 
















165 


Arthur Sheil 
J M M‘Lean | 
Thomas Forbes 
Charles Arrow 
J M‘Causland 
T Prendergast 
Pobt Sand ford 
Robert Lewis 
J M Russell 
TW Stroud 
J Gray 

Thos G Twigg 
James Barrett 
John Grover 
Edw S Miles 
Enfigns 
C Maean 
J Graham 
H Wilson 
Geo H Layard 
Henry J Dewes 
Christopher Lee 
Wm Glover 
Mundy Pole 
* , p-m 

E Kenny, adj 
T Edwards, qm 
JHenderson,sur 
Hugh Orr, asst 
Janies Walsh 
H Carline 
Greenwood, ag. 

XC 

Perths. Fol.L.I. 

Col. 

R. Darling 
Lieut-col 
Sir F Siovin 
Majors 

George Burrell 
Manley Dixon 


Captains 
C C Dixon 
Honey.Mackay 


R Carl. Pollock Jo. Macdonald 


Wm Ewbank 
H Suckling 
Thos Nickoll 
Alex Stuart 
W Woollcombe 


Colonel 
Dun. Campbell 
Lieut-col 


Majors 
Rob Anderfon 
Wm Fraser 
Captains 
R G Lavers 


S W Popham 
Th S Beckwith 
Lieuts 
W Laing 
John Wilson 
R G Daunt 
J Bowlby 
Thos Gleeson 
Geo Piggott 
Wm J Owen 
A Mackenzie 
Fred Eld 
Hen H'Cuming 
Enfigns 
Hugh Massey 
Rich Norman 
Robert Straton 
Dixon Foot 
H R Thurlow 
Fred Romilly 
John James 
Edm P Gilbert 
Marcus Gea'e 
John E W T bite 
H Allifon, p-m 
H Munro, adjt 
P Maitland, qm 
J M‘Arthur, sur 
W Blake, asst 
F C Huthwaite 
Greenwood, ag 


Corn. Burne 
NormLamont 
James Rivers 
A Macpherson 
J J Snodgrass 
Lawr Graeme 
W E Crofton 
Fras A Gould 
Lieuts 
Jas Paton 
Dugald Ducat 
T G M‘Intyre 
G P Hawkins 
Geo A Barnes 
G W M Lovett 
A P Carlisle 
T Shedden 
R W Foskey 
J E Barney 
Don Williamson 
Edward Croker 
Enfigns 
John Hughes 
Chas S Teale 
J A Camphell 
Jas R Brunker 
Wm Calder 
Fred Lloyd 
David Cahill 
Chas Vereker 
H Hartsoak,pm 
Pat Cahill, adjt 
XCI.(^r^#$/i.)jGFerguson, qua 


R Ay ton, furg 
J Robertson,asst 
W C Eddie 
Macdonald, agt 

XCII. {Highl.) 

Colonel 
Hon. Alex. Duff 
Lieut-col 
D Williamson 
Majors 
R Winchefter 
J L Verity 
Captains 
J Browne 
R Macdonald 
Stephen Noel 
John Cameron 
Jas Macdonald 
A Piikington 
John Davern 
Hon. J Sinclair 
J A Forbes 
John Campbell 
Lieuts 
R Macdonald 
G M‘Donald 
J Mackintosh 
W P Bayly 
John Buckley 
RM Sutheiland 
W E Sawbridge 
J A Robertson 
R M‘Cumming 
John Gordon 
James Rollo 
William Corse 
Enfigns 
John Moffatt 
Wm O’Kelly 
T Capel Loft 
T Wallace Aird 











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J H Mackrell 
Gbr. Galwey 
A D Morrison 
Benjamin Duff 


Henry Boulger 
J R Johnston 
Enfigns 
J A Russell 


JMiklejohn, pm John Watt 


, adjt 
J Bates, qm 
A Anderson, sur 
CThomson, asst 
M Baillie 
Macdonald, agt 

XCIII. (H/ghL) 
Colonel 
Sir Hud. Lowe 
Lieut-col 
Dun.Macgregor 
Majors 
John Allen 
Mark A Bozon 
Captains 
Wm JLunt 
Edward Hart 
George Lowen 
Robert Sparks 
John Brown 
John Arthur 
Charles Smith 
Henry Connop 
L Macquarie 
John Burgh 
JLieuts 

Charles Gordon 
D O’Meara 
B Lamb 
John Wilson 
W L Freestun 
GM Sutherland 
John J Grier 
John Crowe 
Geo Drummond 
A R Evans 


J K Smith 
F A Blachford 
F A Goulden 
Wm Guthrie 
James Campbell 
James Neiison 
T Patullo, p-m 
Ja Ireland, adjt 
, q m 

E Bush, surg 
J Squair, asst 
James Brady 
Greenwood, ag 


XCIV, 
Colonel 
Sir T Bradford 
Lieut-col 
Geo Wm Paty 
Majors 
P F Thorne 
T S St Clair 
Captains 
James Bogle 
George Crozier 
David Munro 
G T Lindsay 
Rich Kir wan 
Alex Stewart 
Robert Stewart 
Jacob Meek 
Chas Gascoyne 
W Hn Snow 
Lieuts 
Robert Sadleir 
Thos Workman 
| A Innes 


Bart Hartley 
Henry Nicholls 
T R Timbrell 
John Alexander 
H J Lindsey 
J Wetherall 
R A Coates 
J W Randolph 
SAG Osborne 
Ensigns 
Mat S Cassan 
Fred Carter 
H Bathurst 
Samuel Mills 
T Tulloch 
Richard Lewis 
James K Pipon 
T Cuninghame 
W SLukins, pm 
W Spiller, adj 
JMaekenzie,qm 
J Lyster, surg 
J Bulteel, asst 
R J B Burkitt 
Greenwood, agt 

XCV. 

(or Derbyshire .) 

Colonel 
Sir Co!. Halkett 
Lieut-col 
A C Wylly 
Majors 
Pringle Taylor 
Chas C Blane 
Captains 
Fred Gibbons 
Dansie Carter 
WT Cockburne' 
H D Maclean 
G M Dickens 
| James Fraser 


Frans H Hall 
E W Drewe 
Edward Mavne 
Jos Stainton 
Lieuts 
John Cusine 
Wm Mayes 
W N Saunders 
RCH Gordon 
W Newhouse 
J Carruthers 
David Dickson 
Thos ATrant 
Aug Tweed 
Fred J Ranie 
Peter Collis 
Edw Harrison 
Ensigns 
Thomas Alcock 
Wm A Rogers 
J N Magee 
Hen D Collard 
WWD’A Hull 
S GDalgety 
Hn. E Beville 
William Wood 
M Rafter, pm 
T Simpson, adjt 
F Feneran, qm 
J Hod son, surg 
D Leonard, asst 
James A Ore 
Price, agt 

XCVI. 

Colonel 
Joseph Fuller 
Lieut-col 
John Herries 

Majors 

I Henry White 
| A Cairncross 













Captains 
Wrti Hulme 
Richard Gethin 
Henry B Hyde 
J W S Waller 
Richard Spratt 
F, Eustace Hill 
Wm L Cary 
Wm Qmeley 
CBCumberland 
William Ferns 
Lieuts 

Thcs Kennedy 
J Dowlng 
L F Jones 
Wm Kidman 
E Sutherland 
A Robertson 
P S Nugent 
A M‘Kenzie 
Richard Cross 
Joseph Telford 
Thomas Abbott 
William Hope 
PF de Meuron 
Ensigns 
D Costello 
Don O’Brien 
T A Souter 
Edw H Finney 
Charles Irvine 
Robert Bush 
JWA Wray 
Rich C Lloyd 

t 

Benj Scott, pm 
ESutherland, ad 
JMurchison,qm 
J Shorland, sur 
AM‘Andrew,as 
J Wilson 
Greenwood, ag.l 


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XCVII. 
Earl of Ulster's . 

Colonel 
Sir J Lyon 
Lieut-col 
Chr Hamilton 
Majors 
Richard Giles 
A H Patti son 
Captains 
Wm Morris 
R Haddock 
N L Darrah 
Thomas Smith 
Wm Logie 
Wm Cannon 
Thomas Lynch 
Joseph Bidden 
C B Berkeley 
John Twigg 
Lieuts 

Char O’Neill 
Charles Kelson 
Wm Austin 
A.Cai michael 
Geo Courtney 
J M Reade 
H Harvest 
Joseph Vincent 
R E Butler 
Edward Cheney 
Wm T Stannus 
T R Travers 
Ensigns 
F C Barlow 
John M‘Caskill 
Hen Handcock 
Wm Moiris 
Jos R Lamert 
ThomasB Hunt 
Edward Barton 
Charles Nagel 


Wm Orr, p-m 
D M* In tosh, ad 
J Sleator, qm 
J Freer, surg 
Wm Austin, asst 
J Cavet 
Collyer, ag. 

xcvur. 

Colonel 
H Conran 
Lieut-col 
Mild Fane 
Majors 
Charles Bayly 
Austin Neame 
Captains 
H L D»niell 
Edw Vaughan 
Peter S Baron 
Chas A Stuart 
John Stevens 
J Spotswcod 
Thomas Moore 
Joseph Douglas 
Geo Croasdaile 
A C Gregory 
Lieuts 

Jas Davidson 
F B Fielding 
H Macquarie 
J Quin Wall 
J C Barrett 
Wm Freebairn 
Wm Roberts 
James Whyte 
R S Maxwell 
Edw Hunter 
Henry Eyre 
HWV Vernon 
Ensigns 
Hon, J Curzon 


R Halpin 
T M Edwards 
J H Armstrong 
James Clarke 
William Edie 
E W Broadley 
James M'Cahe 
G Dunlevie, pm 
Rich Wolfe,adjt 
L Castray, qm 
E Tedlie, surg 
D Armstrong,as 
R Lawder 
Kirkland, ag 

XCIX. 
Colonel 
G J Hall 
Lieut-col 
Geo Hardinge 
Majors 
J Johnston 
William Bush 
Captains 
J N Jackson 
G Macpherson 
Henry Cooper 
N Colthurst 
A Beauclerk 
Bryan Gaynor 
John Campbell 
Philip Mair 
Geo T Colomb 
J M Mailleue 
Lieuts 

Arch Campbell 
John O’Leary 
Benj Warton 
J Armstrong 
W B Caldwell 
Edward Last 
| Mat Patison 








J H Grcetham 
S W Mayne 
Jaff Nicholson 
Richard Collis 
James Murray 
Ensigns 
Henry J Day 
John Canny 
John Campbell 
RC Macdonald 
Fobt Webster 
Frederick Parr 
J Lecky 
Aug Warren 
H Irwin, pm 
WM‘Kenzie,ad 
A Forbes, qm 
J Hibbert, surg 
WWilliams,asst 
W Dobson 
Greenwood, ag 

RIFLE BRIG. 

(Two Batts.) 

Col in Chief 
D.of Wellington 
Cols Com. 
Sir W Stewart 
Sir A F Barnard 
Lieut-cois 
A G Norcott 
George Brown 
Majors 
Sam Mitchell 
Wm Eeles 
W Hewett 
Joseph Logan 
Captains 
C G Gray 
H G Smith 
Wm Johniton 
AW Pemberton 



John Cox 
A Stewart 
John C Hope 
G M Stevenson 
J N Gossett 
Orlando Felix 
John Molloy 
C L Boileau 
J Middleton 
Thos E Kelly 
F H Byrne 
J Woodford 
Rob Ferguson 
George S Byng 


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RHE White 
Roynan Jones 
[ames Dolphin 
T W Smith 
Joseph Benyon 
DH Mackinnon 
J B Williams 
John Rooper 
vV r m Cumine 
James Martin 
John Buckner 
Rich R Smith 
Edw H Glegg 


Wm King 
James Freeth 
Francis Read 
W Dumaresq 
Tho Harriott 
Henry Piers 
F Du Veinet 
Geo Longmore 
G D Hall 
Basil Jackson 
Edward Boyd 
Lieuts 
James Horton 


Wm B Sparrow John Pardy 


Ar R Wellesley John H Esten iK D Lloyd 


Richard Irton 
id Lieuts 
J Kincaid 
Geo Simmons 
Rob Cochrane 
J A Ridgeway 
John Fry 
V Webb 
Wm Wairen 
A Matlachlan 
J N Frampton 
George Buller 
Hor Stewart 
JSt VSaumarez 
H F Beckwith 
J S Cameron 
Wm Sullivan 
John R Groves 
Wm Crosbie 
T W Nesham 
Geo B Mathew 
Robt Walpole 
2d Lieuts 
Chas F Napier 
Horatio Shirley 
Henry Capel 


Hugh Davidson'T Harris 
W Holden, pm Cha R Scott 
W Norcott, adj Wm Dillon 
Robert Deering Ed Martindale 
W Surtees, qm T W Colleton 
Robert Fairfoot H<nry Cole 
Jos Burke, surg Er Wilford 


Francis Scott 
R Scott, asst 
J Armstrong 
M J Bramley 
A J N Connell 
Greenwood, ag. 

ROY. STAFF 
CORPS, 
Attached to the 
Q.M. Gen.Dep, 
Colonel 
Sir ED Jackson 
Lieut-col 
Lord Greenock 
Majors 
H Du Vernet 
F W Mann 
Captains 


W S ToliemacheTho Wright 


E J Cleather 
Wm Moore 
R A Scott 
Conft Read 
F Holt Robe 
Phil L Foote 
Robert S Ridge 
Richard Hayne 
Ebenezer Jones 
R Westmacott 
Fras Shearman 
Chas Stoddart 
W G Hughes 
Don O’Brien 
ad Lieuts 
Phil H Despard 
Wm R Lucas 
Wm G Gold 
G M Parsons 
Edward Adams 
















Rich L Phipps D A Gilland 
G Cumberland Arthur Myers 
Robert Fraser H Jeffares 
Harvey Vachell J J Pounden 
Wm O’Brien O H Wemyss 


Robt Pitcairn 
Edw R King 
RShearman, pm 
E P White, adjt 
D Hcatlcy, qm 
Richard Kelly 
A Stewart, furg 
D Jearrad, asst 
Greenwood, ag 

Permanent Asst. 
Q. M. Gen (not 
holding Reg. Com 
Lieut-cols 
Sir J Dickfon 
H J Riddell 
Majors 
P Bainbrigge 
Robert Waller 
Tho Drake 
Wm Warre 
Hor G Broke 
Nath Thorn 
Greenwood, agt 


1 stW.IndiaReg. 

Colonel, 

Ld C Somerfet 
Lt-col 
F F Browne 
Majors 
Wm M‘Intyre 
Hen Capadose 
Captains 
W M Mills 
John Knox 
John C Chads 


Lients 
Richard Story 
J M‘Kenzie 
A Halfhide 
WMontgomery 
Geo Johnfton 
Nath Cameron 
Arth M Gray 
R F Walton 
HerbCornewall 
Enfigns 
A Macintire 
Alured Caddy 
John Russell 
Geo Robeson 
George R Pole 
Henry Daly 
- Urquhart 
J A Thoreau 
J JVJackay, pay. 
Ja Delamel, adj 
J Kennedy, qm 
JR Savery, surg 
D Browne, asst 
Greenwood, agt 


2 d W.India Reg. 
Col. Sir J Byng 
Lt-cols 
Thomas Craig 
John Carter 
Majors 
WB Nicolls 
William Hill 
Captains 
T Maling 
J Anderfon 


169 

H J Ricketts 
T J Williams 
Alex Findlay 
T Macpherfon 
Robert Clarke 
WmL Brereton 
Chas Hanley 
B N Bluett 
Lieuts 
E P Webb 
G Redman 
H P Williams 
WLP Moriarty 
Wm M'Vicar 
James Henry 
H W Wigmore 
Edw C Soden 
J E Dickinson 
Wm Morgan 
Alex Tomkins 
Robert Grey 
John O’Meara 
TGG Kearnes 
J M‘L Tew 
George Ford 
Chas Jobling 
John Brennan 
Enfigns 
Wm Lardner 
E E Nicolls 
Audley F Grier 
Phil C Codd 
FBoardm. Codd 
Stephen J Hill 
James Allen 
Geo Maxwell 
Hen A Spence 
Jn Macfarlane 
A Fraser, pm 
W Conran,adj 
J Whitty, qm 
J Richardson, su 


J Wiiscti, asst 
James Ewing 
Greenwood, ag. 

Ceylon Regiment 
( R[flemen ) 
Col. F Maitland 
Lt-Cols 
H F Muller 
Lionel Hook 
Majors 
P Delatre 
John Frazer 
Captains 
Tho Fletcher 
CharlesDriberg 
Alfred Mylius 
J Anderson 
Thomas Bayley 
TB Gascoyne 
John Antill 
John Parker 
S Braybrooke 
Had Smith 
James Taree 
Wm Malcolm 
Robert Law 
J Mainwaring 
A Montressor 
i ft Lieuts 
G A Tranchell 
John Brahan 
Isaac Fofter 
Mart Conrady 
Richard Gray 
Gerrard Fretz 
P B Reyne 
Thos Skinner 
Thos Deacon 
Theo. Myluis 
Wm Driberg 
Rodney Mylius 











rr 


John Emslie 
T E Hodges 
James Stewart 
Alex Mackay 
Alex Robertson 
Thos Phelan 
Wm Keen 
J B Kingsley 
Thos Woodford 
TCM‘Question 
RWLambrecht 
Richard Phelan 
Daniel Keogh 
David Meaden 
R F Fellows 
H Van Kempen 
ThosW Rogers 
11 G Davidson 
TL Fenwick 
ad Lieuts 
Edw M‘Vicar 
J S Rodney 
E A Tumour 
Rich Jefferson 
G P Pick aid 
Wm Garstin 
H A Atchison 
H Stephenson 
H F Powell 
J F Braybrooke 
Alex Grant 
Arthur Irvine 
William Hope 
John Deakins 
John Edwards 
John Woodford 
J Boustead, pm 


170 

CAPE CORPS HughLumley 
Lieitt-coL 


H Somerset 
(Cavalry) 
Major 
H Andrew's 
Captains 
E Moles worth 
W J St John 
Sir A Campbell 
Hon. N Massey 
Lieuts 

W H Rogers 
WL Heathcote 
J Sargeaunt 
Cornets 
P T Robinson 
J F Watson 
Peter Grehan 
Richard Burges 
J Blake way, adj 
( Infantry ) 
Captains 
Pierce Lowen 
A B Armstrong 
Lieuts 
T S Knight 
Charles Ross 
H D Warden 
Ensigns 
J L Lavoine 
J N Rishton 
GHumphrys,qm 
W Parrott, sur 
R Turnbull, asst 

Royal African 


JManwaring,ad|CoLONiALCoars 

Jas Black, qm Col. 

A M‘Queen, su Sir N Campbell 
Geo Knox, asst I Lieut-cols 
Wm Lucas I Edw Purdon 


Majors 
Thos M Crooke 
Robert Gregg 
Captains 
A Gord Laing 
James Kingston 
W H Blenkarne 
Alex M Fraser 
James Rogers 
Francis Perry 
Henry Kelly 
Theo Walsh 
W T Graham 
Lieuts 
James Jackson 
Thomas Mollan 
Herbeit Mends 
Robert Erskine 
Thos Berwick 
H Patterson 
Chas Burlton 
J A Campbell 
M O’Halloran 
John Godwin 
John M Calaer 
W P Godwin 
E Hawkins 
Henry W Wy&e 
F Percy Nott 
Geo Landells 
A C M‘Murdo 
Edward Cooke 
J McDonnell 
Geo Maclean 
Ensigns 
Jonas P Hardy 
Charles Nott 
Edward Miller 
Edward Waring 
Chas W Murray 
M G Dennis 


Alex M‘Donell 
Paul Stapleton 
W F Vernon 
Wm Barney 
G A Nott, pm 
R F Ring, adjt 
Wm Brown, qm 
W Ferguson, sur 
J Cahill, asst 
M Ryan 


Roy ,' Newfound¬ 
land Veteran 
Companies . 
Major 
T K Burke 
Captains 
A M‘Kenzie 
Ma. k Rudkin 
Lieuts 

RobtD Daunt 
G A Stanley 
Stephen Rice 
John O’Farrel 
J A Wieburg 
Fras W Small 
Ensigns 
W A Clarke 
John Walker 
J Strachan, a-sur 
Brooksbank and 
Morland, ag 

Roy. New South 
Wales Vetetan 
Companies. 
Captains 
H Dumaresq 
Robert Robison 
John D'Arcy 
Lieuts 
Wm Bell 














John Warner 
Stephen Collins 
RobertTravers 
James Sweeny 
Samuel Rort'h 
A Gibson, as-su 
* > a i 

Royal Malta 

Fencible Regt. 


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Col. 

CountFRivarola 

Major 

Mq G de Piro 
Captains 
Mich Muscat 
Sav Mitrovich 
Fran Bussiett 
Claud Bonello 
Gio Gouder 


Gio B Virtu 
Lieuts 
Paolo Ellul 
James Galland 
Carlo Cutajar 
Paolo Camilleri 
Vin Bonavita 
Salv Calleja 
Ensigns 
M de M Alessi 


Ant Maltei 
Engl Pettil 
Javerio Gatt 
Vine Vella 
Ant Camilleri 
V Rizzo, pm 
J Levick, adjt 
S Piott, qm 
GCamilleri, sur 
* asst 


ROYAL ARTILLERY . 


Colonel , Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, Mastei-Gen. 
Colonelen Second , Lt.-Gen. Sir Wm Henry Clinton, Lt.-Gen. 
Deputy Adjutant General , Lt.-General Sir John Maclecd 


Cols. Comm. 
Robert Douglas 
John Ramfey 
Sir Jo Macleod 
John Smith 
Wm Cuppage 
T Seward 
Francis Laye 
Sir E Howorth 
Edw Stehelin 
Lord Bloomfield 
Colonels. 

E W Pritchard 
James Viney 
Robert Beevor 
Francis Rey 
Charles Gold 
Sir J Carncross 
Alex Watson 
Edw VWorsley 
T Downman 
Henry Evelegh 
C C Bingham 
Steph G Adye 
Henry Phillott 
Peter Fyers 
Sir A S Frazer 


Hn.W Gardner 
James Hawker 
Fred Walker 
J S Williamson 
Al Macdonald 
Lt. Cols. 

P Drummond 
J W Tobin 
Hugh Fraser 
Robert Pym 
W R Carey 
William Payne 
George Forster 
J T Caddy 
R S Brough 
A Bredin 
James Power 


Pat Campbell 
Sir J May 
T Rogers 
T Gamble 
Alex Munro 
J P Cockburn 
Sir Hew D Ross 
P Durnford 
H F Holcombe 
J S Sinclair 
W Lloyd 
Majors. 

Bla Walsh 
RH Birch 
J Armstrong 
E Wilmot 
J Maclachlan 


C Younghusban Ja Adams 


Geo Crawford 
Sir A Dickson 
R Bull 

Francis Smith 
Charles Egan 
HenryHickman 
R Macdonald 
Thos I Forbes 
James W Smith 


W Roberts 
T Paterson 
W Morrison 
W Cleeve 
Captains. 
N W Oliver 
C H God by 
J P St Clair 
R J J Lacy 


J A Clement 
R Douglas 
E P Wilgress 
D Campbell 
W G Eliot 
F Campbell 
G Turner 
R F Cleaveland 
WT Skinner 
Sir R Gardiner 
P Wallace 
R Jones 
J E Jones 
T A Brandreth 
Da Story 
T Hutcheson 
E C Whinyates 
J Michell 
H Trelawny 
J Chester 
Arthur Hunt 
Chas Gilmour 
FAS Knox 
John Taylor 
jW D Nicolls 
[Stephen Kirby 
J P Adye 













Ty — 

Henry Bates 
George Cobbe 
JW Kettlewell 
A C Mercer 
W Clibborn 
James E Grant 
W G Power 
G Carl Coffin 
T Greatly 
J S Bastard 
Thomas Cubitt 
Cyprian Bridge 
H Baynes 
T G Browne 
Duncan Grant 
Charles Mosse 
Wm Butts 
Henry A Scott 
W Greene 
A M Maxwell 
R S Douglas 
J Cade Petley 
Thos Dyneley 
J B Parker 
H C Russell 
Joseph Darby 
E Y Walcott 
S Rudyerd 
Wm Bentham 
W Cator 
C C Dansey 
Daniel Bissett 
Alf Thompson 
A F Crawford 
H W Gordon 
W Colebrooke 
Richard King 
W D Jones 
W B Dundas 
Fred Arabin 
E T Michell 
Rich B Hunt 


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C Cruttenden 
Peter Faddy 
Christ Clarke 
C G Napier 
W Wylde 
Chas E Gordon 
W E Maling 
D M Bourchier 
2d Captains, 
Philip Walker 
A Maclachlan 
Thomas Scott 
C Blachley 
A Macdonald 
John Longley 
H R Moor 
H G Jackson 
E Sabine 
Wm Dunn 
Z C Bayly 
Ed Cruttenden 
Thomas Dewell 
J W Spellen 
W C Lempriere 
Allen Cameron 
J Sinclair 
James Gray 
James Fogo 
O H Baynes 
Hon.WArbuth- 
not 

James Evans 
Thomas Carter 
H Blachley 
Ja A Cbalmer 
J E G Parker 
F Macbean 
VV H Stopford 
Lloyd Dowse 
GJ Belson 
P D Stewart 
RCMolesworth 


F R Chesney 
Wm Bell 
Geo B Fraser 
Mat Louis 
T Grantham 
Sam Charters 
Fras Haultain 
John Gordon 
W Brereton 
P V England 
J E Maunsell 
Irwine Whitty 
H L Sweeting 
A M Campbell 
George Jones 
J J Chapman 
Fred Wright 
J H Wood 
W E Jackson 
Basil R Heron 
E B Gapper 
Geo Du rn ford 
W R Grant 
G Pringle 
Edw Coxwell 
Chas Dalton 
J R Colebrooke 
H F Cubitt 
R B Rawnsley 
Wm A Raynes 
C S Torriano 
G Mainwaring 
R Hardinge 
Joseph Hanwell 


Sir W Smith 
Charles Fold 
P Sandilands 
ThomasN King 
B Willis 
B H Vaughan 
Iff Lieuts. 
Jos T Ellison 
T Strangways 
Samuel Wyatt 
Wm H Hill 
John H Freer 
Arch W Hope 
G M Baynes 
David Pattullo 
John C Burton 
John L Smith 
James Day 
John Eyre 
Robret A Speer 
Wm Elgee 
J M Stephens 
Wm Lemoine 
James S Law 
W C Anderson 
Geo Browne 
Chas Manners 
Reyn Palmer 
J R Hornsby 
A O W Schalach 
R S Armstrong 
T R Cookson 
John S Rich 
Mark Evans 


T F Simmons ijohn Davies 
R Andrews ijohr. Pascoe 
Henry Forster G T Rowland 
Edm Sheppard George Birch 
P W Lawlor jGeorge Spiller 
Geo W Barker 'Arthur Carter 
L S B Robertson J N Colquhonn 
W E Locke (A Ward 












Henry Palliser 
E D Hawkins 
H N Daniel 
A Macbean 
R N King 
Alex Duncan 
H G Ord 
B L Poynter 
J Gillespie 
HL Garstin 
RA Wilson 
R B Blakiston 
C R Dickens 
W C Lindsay 


A R Harrison 
Geo Charleton 
Rich Kendall 
H R Wright 
Geo J Hunter 
Edw J Bridges 
John Street 
Francis Weston 
K C Wulff 
W Montagu 
Robert Clarke 
R Litchfield 
John Trotter 
Wm Furneaux 
Hugh Morgan 
F Warde 
Robert Grimes 
W B Ingilby 
H Pester 
Mich Tweedie 
Fred Bayly 
Henry Stanway 
Justly Hill 
Lynch Talbot 
R Wm Story 
Fras Dawson 
H Bisshopp 
Chas Douglas 
Henry Slade 
Henry Hough 
Geo G Palmer 
Henry Hutchins J Somerville 
George James 
G K Pemberton 
Chas H Nevett 
James Howell 
E W Wood 
W H Lawrence 
J Bloomfield 
Edward Trevor 
Rich R Drew 
G S Maule 


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Fras Holcombe 
Harry Stow 
George R Luke 
Wm Fraser 
Chas Gostling 
Chas H Mee 
T Desbrisay 
Henry F Slater 
Thomas Pearse 
J M Spearman 
Wm J Stokes 
Cha B Symons 
W Lister Kaye 
Robt A Rogers 


Rich Tomkyns ,'Thos C Robe 
W H Poole 
H Williams 
H W Pickard 
W Greenwood 
Evan Morgan 
RGB Wilson 
AOMolesworth 
B Cuppage 
Robert Burn 
R B Burnaby 
R G S Smith 
James Lys 
T Watkins 
D Jngo 

John H Griffin 
T A Lethbridge 


John Dyson 
A Runnacles 
G M Glasgow 
Tho M Mottley 
Richard Basset 
W W D* Arley 
Wm Mayne 
E N Wilford 
John Tylden 
Jas A Gilbert 
R F St John 
W H Pickering 
Thos W Luard 
Wm Dixon 
Wm Stewart 
J W Seddon 
JW Collington 
B O’N Lyster j Philip Heath 
R L Cornelius |Wm Berners 
Lewis E Walsh Rich Shepherd 
W H Hennis |Geo H Hyde 
John Johnson tThos P Flude 
Charles GKett J M Savage 
G Hare iJasS Cremer 

F A Griffiths |W Y Fenwick 
H Chamberlain .Francis Weller 
Dan Thorndike ‘Tho Knatchbull 
V 3 


J H St John 
R J Dacres 
S A Severne 
J Hollingworth 
C W Wingfield 
Alex Tulloh 
John S Farrell 
2 d. Lieuts. 

S W May 
G P Heywood 
C P Brewer 
John Knowles 
Henry Poole 
Henry O’Brien 
Zach Mudge 
Arthur Gosset 
CE Beauchamp 
S J Skinner 
A Alcock 
Robert Luard 
H G Tcesdale,. . 
John Gore 
Noel T Lake 
F L Edridge 
H Mathias 
John Wynne 
D Warren 
Piercy Benn 
JohnDeschamps 
Geo Burroughs 
Chas Strickland 
J H Humfrey 
W M Smith 
T A Shone 
E Tindal 
Geo T Boger 
George Rogers 
James Turner 
Rich D French 
A Shuttleworth 
Geo Bingham 
Thos U Walker 












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J E Dupuis 
John Low 
John Matson 
J H Cockburn 
Hen S Coombe 
Geo Matkland 
Rob Robertson 
John Hill 
Howe C Bevan 
Cha H Mallock 
C H Burnaby 
Thomas Dyer 
WmF Williams 
Wm Patten 
John G Walker 
Henry Geary 
Robert Pigot 
John H Caddy 
Hen Jos Morris 
H WHinchcliffe 
John E Tapp 
R M Poulden 
John M Coy 
HAOmmanney 
E Fitzh Grant 
WGC Caffin 
John Sinclair 
Charles Bignell 
J W Mitchell 
GeoJ Beresford 
Dp. Adj. Gen . 
Sir J Macleod 
Adjutants. 
John Kane 
W H Bent 
W Saunders 
E Barlow 
J W Smith 
RHOrd 
T O Cater 
R F Romer 
Charles Otway 


Qr Masters. 
James Reid 
Thomas Betts 
John M‘Coy 
Charles Hill 
Samuel Trenck 
A Claik 
Samuel Barnes 
Alex Calder 
Wm Gates 
J Wightman 
Geo Landels 
Alex Barker 
Chaplains. 

J Messiter 
H Maclean 
S Watson 
Paymaster's, 
Greenwood&C. 

Gentlemen Cadets . 

Captain , 
Master Gen. of 
the Ordnance 
2J Capt % 

J B Parker 
1st Lieuts. 

L Talbot 
HG Ord 
H Williams 
Paym . 

Greenw. & Cox 

Riding House 
Establishment . 

Captain , 

R Jones 
1st Lts. 
Thos Gibbons 
M Tanswell 
Paym. 

Gietnw. Sc Co. 


ROYAL ENGINEERS. 


Col. in Chief \ 

D. of Welling ton 
C*l. en Second, 
Sir WH Clinton 
Cols. Com. 
Gother Mann 
William Twifs 
Wm Fyers 
Wm Johnfton 
J Humfrey 
Colonels . 
SirHElphinston 
Elias Durnford 
Geo Whitmore 
F Thackeray 
HA Morshead 
John F Birch 
S R Chapman 
Gust Nicolls 


Edward Figg 
Thomas Colby 
Sir C F Smith 
G S Harding 
Sir G C Hoste 
J R Wright 
G G Lewis 
T M Dickens 
Henry Smart 
John Hobbs 
Captains, 
WCF Holloway 
Rich Boteler 
H W Vavasour 
Samuel Romilly 
Geo Gray don 
Alex Fraser 
Robt Thomson 
JMF Smith 


Cornelius Mann Rice Jones 


George Wright 
John Hassard 
j It.- Cols. 
Lieut.-Cols. 

C W Pasley 
Hen Goldfinch 
James RArnold 
J F Burgoyne 


Robt S Hustler 
Thomas Moody 
John Oldfield 
Mat C Dixon 
Pat D Calder 
Charles Dixon 
John B Harris 
IWm H Slade 


J T Jones (John Harper 
George Cardew jW B Tylden 


W G osset 
John By 
Thomas Fyers 
H Vigoureux 
G Buchanan 
C G Ellicombe 
E Fanshawe 
G F Macleod 
Wm Douglas 
T Cunningham 


John N Wells 
WmF Dawson 
R Z Mudge 
Frank Stanway 
Arch Walker 
Sh Williams 
W Davies Smith 
Fred English 
ThosBlanshard 
Alex Brown 















175 


Loyalty Peake 
A Emmett 
A Thomson 
Wm C Ward 
Wm P Haigh 
James Gordon 
George Barney 
Harry D Jones 
R Bonnycastle 
Henry Cardew 
Anth Marshall 
G FThompson 
R S Piper 
George Gipps 
2 d Ccifits. 
Henry A Colby 
Philip Barry 
Ham A Tapp 
Wm Reid 
Sam CMelhuish 
Wm Redm Ord 
John L Hulme 
J S Macaulay 
Roger Kelsall 
J W Pringle 
Henry J Savage 
M A Waters 
ChasE Prince 
Penuel Cole 
John S Kitson 
Theo H Elliot 
Edw Matson 
James C Victor 
Crigh Grierson 
Rich J Baron 
T H Fenwick 
Lewis A Hall 
Patrick Yule 
Geo Phillpotts 
Chas J Selwyn 
Wm M Gossett 
Thos F Lancey 


Rich S Young 
Daniel Bolton 
F W Whinyates 
Alex W Robe 
RC Alderson 
Ives Stocker 
George West 
Chas Wriglit 
Charles Rivers 
F R Thomson 
H Y Wortham 
James P Catty 
JasW Worsley 
ls£ Lts. 

Geo V Tinling 
A Doug White 
Joshua Jebb 
John Smyth 
Hen H Wilson 
Al Hendtrson 
Tho Battershee 
RHS Cooper 
Arth Walpole 
Rich J Vicars 
George Tait 
H R Brandreth 
ThosL Lewis 
C O Streatfeild 
Jos E Portlock 
John Ker 
Edward Covey 
Hemy Briscoe 
Wm Gregory 
C C Alexander 
J H Rutherfurd 
Arthur Kay 
George C Page 
Hen Sandham 
Col M‘Kenzic 
T C Luxmoore 
Wm Fat is 
E B Patten 


F H Baddeley 
George Dalton 
Charles Burt 
GCD Lewis 
T H Blackiston 
Chas H Beague 
G C Du Plat 
Hen G Boldero 
Thos Budgen 
M Wm Heath 
Vine Jos Biscoe 
RF Clavering 
Henry P Wulff 
Mont Williams 
JohnHawkshaw 
Geo Hotham 
Geo W Lemon 
Thomas Hore 
Hen NLagden 
Thos Foster 
G F W Bordes 
Fras Randolph 
John I Hope 
Wm C Foibes 
R J Stotherd 
Alex Gordon 
Cowper Rose 
Wm B Marlow 
T Drummond 
R K Dawson 
Henry Pooley 
H F Murphy 
F W Pettingal 
S H Wentworth 
Hemy Tucker 
George Browne 
B S Stehelin 
Wm Lancey 


H O Crawley 
Hen T Edridge 
John Twiss 
L Viney Smith 
John Walpole 
Geo Wm Dixon 
T A Larcom 
Edward Vicars 
Elias Durnford 
Geo Boscawen 
2 d Lieuts . 
StAMolesworth 
Robert Boteler 
Edward Frome 
Rich Howorth 
J D Heatley 
Robt Dash wood 
C C Wilkinson 
Jas Greatorex 
Wm Renwick 
T H Rimington 
W E Broughton 
Rich J Nelson 
Robt Fenwick 
Geo Burgman 
Edw Aldrich 
John Chaytor 
Robert N Bull 
Sid H Knocker 
Jos Coddington 
Charles Bailey 
Charles Ensor 
W H Denison 
John Cromie 
John Williams 
Ed W Durnford 
Edw T Lloyd 
Henry James 


Rich Alexander Wm Robinson 


Cha Oldershaw 
G S Whitmore 
Hen Servante 


Thos R Moold 
George Wynne 
James Lynn 














Maj. of Brig. 
C G Ellicombe 

Royal 

Irtval. Engineers . 

Col. 

Lieut-col. 
Philip Hughes 
Captain 
John Henryson 
ad Captain 
Edward Fyers 
ist Lieut. 
Hen L Renny 

Roy. Sappers 
Miners, officered 
by the Corps oj 
R. Engineers. 
Staff. 

Maj. of Brig, 
Rice Jones 


J Galloway, qin 
Greenwood, agt 

Establishment 
for instructing 
the Corps in Mil. 

Field Works , 
Director, 

C W Pasley 


176 

E Matson, adjt Thomas Lloyd 


Medical 

Department. 

Direct.-Gen, 
Sir John Webb 

Sur .- G. Iff Insp. 
R W Roberts 
Resid. Surg . 
Wm Durie 
Surgeons . 

1 Michael Parker 


Wm Kebby 
N Fitzpatrick 
Morg Thomas 
N P Bradley 
Henry Sproull 
E Simpson 
T Morg Jones 
T Macm Fogo 
A Macdonald 
Apothecary , 
Wm Harris 
Assist. Surg. 
James Stewart 
J W Halahan 
J Verling 
A Ogilvie 
C T Whitfield 
Thos Seaton 
T H Quigley 
James Parratt 
Morg Nugent 


Thos Whitelaw 
2d As.-Surg . 
Wm F Nelson 
James Barlow 
Wm Sproull 
Stew Chisholm 
Mich Tuthill 
James Nixon 
Vet. Surg. 
John Percivall 
Henry Coward 
Paym. 

Greenw. &Cox 


Field Train 
Department. 
Director Gen. 
LtGen.Douglas 
Chief Com. 
William Stace 
Asst. Com. 
Samuel J Tibbs 


COMMANDANTS and PERMANENT STAFF of the 
North British MILITIA , with their Head-Quarters. 


ABERDEEN. 

Aberdeen. 
Eof Aboyne, col. 
Al Gordon, adj 
C Adamfon, pm 
Lt. Jas Roy, qm 
NSutherland,sw 

ARGYLL & BUTE 
Campbeltown. 
LdCampbell, col 
F Campbell, adj. 
F Campbell, pm 
Jas Brown, sur 

Piince Regt’s 


Ayr. 

Wm Kelfo, col. 
AM‘Pherson,a^ 
D M‘Intyre,|?7n 
WDonaldson,s« 


BERWICK, HAD¬ 
DINGTON, LIN¬ 
LITHGOW, and 
PEEBLES. 

Coldstream. 

E. of Home, col. 
J M‘Laren, adj 
R Cunningham, 
pm 


R. Reg. of Ayr. MTurnbull, su 


DUMFRTES, ROX 
BU EG H& SELKIRK 

Dumfries. 
MarqofQueens- 
berry, col. 

F Swanfon, ad, 
RThorburn,/m 
Lt. Grieve, qm 
J Symons, surg. 

EDINBURGH. 

(County & City) 
Dalkeith. 
MofLothian, col 
David Bird, ad. 
D Paterfon, pm 
A Grant, qm 


WGraham, sur 

FIFE. 

Cupar. 

E. of Kellie, col. 
H B Wood, ad 
W Lawson, pm 
J Graham, sur 

FORFAR & KIN¬ 
CARDINE. 

Montrose . 
Colonel, 
Hon. A Douglas 
Capt Clark, adj 
J ThOftifon, pm 
J Jack, qm 
















H Hoile, surg 

INVERNESS, 
BANFF, ELGIN, 
and NAIRN. 
Inverness. 
Hon.FW Grant, 
colonel 

H Walker, ad 
W Lobban,/>m 
J Grant, qm 
Ja Bayne, surg 

KIRKCUDBRIGHT 

and wigton. 
Kirkcudbright. 
D Maxwell, col 


J Dun, ad, 

J M‘Crakan,j?m G Balvaird,/im 
Zv^Donaidfonjyr Lt. Mann, qm 
Dav. Blair, surg J Macfarlane,si 


177 

J Gibbons, ad. 


G Balvaird,/im 


ROYAL LANARK. 

Hamilton. 
D.of Hamilton, 
colonel 

J M'Lean, ad 
J Stevenfon, fim 
D M'Intosh, qm 
J Anderson, surg 

ROYAL PERTH. 

Perth. 

EofKinnoul,co£ 


5,SM 

RENFREW. 

Paisley. 
Arch.Campbell, 
colonel 

G Jamieson, ad, 
G Hamilton, pm 
PFergufon, qm 
Jr Barrie, surg 

ROSS, CAITHNESS, 
SUTHERLAND, & 
CROMARTY. j 


Dingwall. 
Chas Fraser, col 
A M‘Leod, ad 
AM‘Kenzie,/im 
J Miller, qm 
J Wishart, sur 

STIRLING, DUM¬ 
BARTON, CLACK¬ 
MANNAN, and 
KINROSS. 

Stirling. 

Jas Russell, col. 
J Fraser, adj 
Jas Dougall, pm 
X^M‘Dougal,yr 
D Dobie, surg 


Volunteer Regiments commissioned by His Majefty. 


LIGHT HORSE 
VOLS. OF LONDON 
& WESTMINSTER. 

(raised in 1779 .) 

Head Quarters, 
Gray's Inn Lane 
Colonel 
Cha Bosanquet 
Lieut-col 
R B Dunlop 
Major 

John Maberly 
Captains 
Henry Berens 
George Jenner 
Herbert Jenner 
M Shakespear 
Joseph Berens 
Samuel Scott 
Lieuts 
Tho Mellish 


Major Rhode 
Henry Harman 
J Drummond 
A Spotiiswoode 
Cornets 
Samuel Forster 
L P Wilson 
A Y Spearman 


Lieut-col 
Wm Wigram 
Major 

Chas Mills, jun, 
Captains 
Chas Mortimer 
JasPeppercorne 
Thomas Wood George CoUard 
JNCollyer Walter Young 

Octav. Wigram ® dw " d . L ?'‘ e 
RevGBuchanan Cor Wheeler 


Joseph Allen 
. M Gteenaway 


ll.d. chapl. 

J Bamfoid, adjt ™ 
n ck aa~ J Robert Smith 
G Shedden, qm ... A „ 
wiwT- u Wm A Hunt 
W Wright, surg 

WSewell, vet *s. Lieuts 

— |Wm Baker 
roy. east India George Parish 
vol. infantry. Chas Preston 
Colonel IW H Nuthall 
Wm Astell iWillou Wigston 


Wm Dickinson 
Peter Cameron 
F F Thompson 
Charles Hebard 
Wm Heathcote 
John Brown 
Edward Parish 

Ensigns 
Thos Hennah 
H Dickinson 
Edw F Danvers 
J D Ritherdon 
R CCodrington 
Wm W White 
George Cox 
George Trevor 


H Johnston, ad 















178 

Rates at which Officers on Foreign Half-pay are permitted to 
dispose of their Commissions , 3d Nov. 1825. 

The Oflireis on Foreign Half-pay who have received King's 
Commissions , and who have retired with the Regimental Rank 
of Lieutenant-Colonel, Major, and Captain, are permitted to dis¬ 
pose of their Commissions, as Unattached Half-pay Commissions, 
upon the terms subjoined. 

They shrill receive tico thirds of the new price of the Infantry 
Commission* of their Regimental Rank, viz. 

The Lieutenant-Colonel - £ 3,000 0 0 

The Major - 2,133 6 8 

The Captain ... 1,200 0 0 


ESTABLISHMENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN. 


Greenwich Hospital. 

Sir R G Keats, Governor 
William Browell, Lieut . Gov. 
Sir T. Thomson, k.c.b. Treas . 
Wm Beattie, m.d. Physician 
Richard Dobson, M.d. Surgeon 
Haslar Hospital , 
Charles Craven, Governor 
Plymouth Hospital , 
Richard Creyke, Governor 

Chelsea Hospital. 

Gen. Sir Sam. Hulfe, Governor 
Lt. Gen. Sir A. Hope, Lt. Gov. 
Lt-col. Henry Le Blanc, Major 
Lt. col- John Wilson, Adjutant 
Richard Neave, Secretary 

SisKf 

William Somerville, Physician 
Sir Everard Home, Surgeon 
William North, Apothecary 

Royal Military College 
at Sandhurst. 

Gen. Sir Edward Paget, Gov. 
Col. James Butler, Lieut. Gov. 
Lt.-col. jM‘Dermott, Major 


Captains . Maj. Charles Wright, 
Thomas Abraham, and Major 
Charles Diggle 

Capt P Clias, Sup. of Gym. Exer. 
Capt J Chadwick, Riding Mas. 
Rev. W Wheeler, Chaplain, ^c. 
Capt John Garvock, Secretary 
Capt Charles Stone, Paymaster 
George Sam Collycr, Treasurer 
Capt George Proctor, Adjutant 
Alex Calder, Quarter Master 
Ninian Bruce, Surgeon 
John Pickering, As. Surg. 

Royal Military Asylum 
at Chelsea . 

Lieut-col. J Williamson, Comm. 
Capt John Lngard, Sec. Adjt. 
Ensign J Fullom, Assist.-Adjt. 
Ensign Wm Fair, Q. Mr. 

Rev. George Clark, Chaplain 
Peter M‘ Gregor, Surgeon 
Samuel G Law ranee, As.-Surg. 

Military Asylum 
at Southampton. 

Lieut-col. George Evatt, Comm. 
J W Carry, Chaplain 
W G Watson, Assist-Surg. 










REGIMENTAL PAY. 



LifeGds. 

Horse (r.| 

Foot (ids 

Dr(J. 

% 

Drag 

Foot. 

Artillery. 

Hoy. 
Eng . 

Roy. 

Ma¬ 

rines. 

Mi lit. 
and 
Fenc. 

Subsis 

rt 

Cl 

Subsis 

Pay. 

Subsis 

& 

Mar. 
& Inv 
Bat. 

v . 

E bi 
c ‘Z 


5 . d. 

s. d. 

s. d. 

s. d.' 

s. d. 

s. d. 

s. d. 

s. d. 

s. d. 

i. d. 

s. d. 

s. 

d. 

s. d. 

Colonel Commandant 









54 9 £ 

>'0 0 

54 4 

. 

. 

. . 

Colonel . , . . . 

27 0 

36 0 

31 0 

41 0 

30 0 

39 O' 

32 10 

22 6 

26 0 

n o 

23 9 

22 

6 

22 6 

Lieut-Colonel . . . 

23 3 

31 0 

22 6 

29 6 21 6 

28 6 

23 0 

17 0 

18 1 

27 1 

17 11 

17 

0 

15 11 

Major. 

19 6 

26 0 

21 6 

27 0 18 6 

24 6 

19 3 

16 0 

16 11 

22 11 

. . 

16 

0 

14 1 

Captain. 

12 0 

16 0 

16 6 

21 6 12 6 

16 6 

14 7 

10 6 

11 1 

16 1 

11 0 

10 

6 

10 6 

Do. with Brev. ofMaj. 








12 6 

13 1 

18 1 

13 0 

12 

6 

. 

Lieutenant .... 

8 3 

11 0 

11 0 

15 6 

6 0 

7 10 

9 0 

6 6 

6 1C 

9 10 

6 10 

6 

6 

J6 6 

Do. of above 7 yrs stand. 








7 6 

7 10 

10 10 

7 10 

7 

6 

. 

Coronet,Ensign,& 2 d Lt. 

7 3 

8 6 

11 6 

14 6 

4 f 

5 10 

8 0 

5 3 

5 7 

, . 

5 7 

5 

3 

to 3 

Paymaster .... 







15 0 

15 0 






+ 15 0 

Adjutant. 

13 0 

!3 0 

10 0 

10 0 

10 0 

10 0 

10 0 

8 6 

8 6 

10 6 

6 0 

8 

6 

8 6 

Quarter Master . . 

4 9 

6 C 

6 6 

8 6 

6 6 

6 6 

*8 0 

6 6 

7 10 

L0 10 

6 (' 

6 

6 

6 6 

Surgeon Major . . . 





16 8 

20 6 









Battalion Surgeon 





10 0 

12 0 









Surgeon . 

9 0 

12 0 

9 0 

12 0 


, . 

11 4 

11 4 

11 4 





11 4 

Assistant Surgeon . . 

8 6 

8 6 

8 6 

8 6 

7 6 

7 e 

8 6 

7 6 

7 6 






Surgeon’s Mate . . . 














J 5 0 

Veterinary Surgeon 

8 0 

8 0 

8 0 

8 

. . 

. . 

8 0 

. • 








The difference between the Subsistence and 

Gross Pay of the Officers of these Regts., 
after deducting Poundage, Hospital, and 
Agency, is paid as Arrears, 


These rates include 2 s. a day for a horse. 

Including Pay as a Subaltern. 

If holding another Com. Lieuts of Militia 
receive only 4 s 8d—Ensigns 3 s 8d. 




















































"7 


180 


PENSIONS TO OFFICERS’ 
Regimental . Not brevet. 

To the W idow of a per ann. 

Gen. Lt Gen. and Maj.Gen. L.120 I 


Col. ofa Re^. not a Gen.Offi. 
lieutenant Colonel 


Major 
Captain 

First Lieutenant 
Second do. Cornet, & Ensign 
I*aym.previous to24Aug.i811 40 


WIDOWS. 

Staff . p. ann. 

ToWidow of a Com.-Gen. L.120 
i Deputy Commis. General 60 

) Do. after 3 yrs on Full-pay 70 

> Assist. Commiss. General 50 

I Deputy do. - 40 

insp.ofHos. £ in certain cir* $ 60 
1 Deputy do. S cumstances. 50 
Physician, after serv. abroad 50 
Do. not having served abroad 40 
l Purveyor and Surgeon - 40 

Deputy Purveyor - 30 

Apothecary - - 3(5’ 

) llos. Mate, after serv, abroad 30 
) Chaplain General - SO 
Chaplain, after serv. abroad 50 
District Paymaster - 50 

(r^T The above Pensions are payable every Four months, viz. 
April, August, and December, at the Pay Office, Whitehall, ex¬ 
cept those that relate to the Commissariat Department, which are 
payable Quarterly, at the Treasury Chambers, Whitehall. 


Do. subsequent to ditto 
Adjutant and Surgeon 
Quar. Mas. and Ass. Sur. 
Veterinary Surgeon 
Chaplain 


Pensions to Officers having lost (or having sustained an injury 
equal to losing) an Eye or a Limb on Service. 

The Officers marked thus *, to have the allowance according to 
their Army Rank, if they prefer it. 

Field Marshal, General, or Lieut. General, commanding in Chief 
atthetime [To be considered.]—Lieut. General L.400 

Major General, or Brigadier Gen. commanding a Brigade; 

and Commissary General at the head of Department 350 

Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel, * Adjutant General, ^Quarter 
Master General, * Deputy Adjutant General, if Chief of 
the Department, * Deputy Quarter Master General, if do. 
Commissary General not at the head ofa Department, 
Deputy Do. at the head ofa Dep. and Insp. of Hospitals 300 
Major Commanding - - - - 250 

Major, * Deputy Adjt General, *Dep. Quar. Master Gen. 

Dep. Inspector of Hosp., Dep. Commis. Gen. not at the 
head of a Department ... 200 

Captain, * Assist. Adjt Gen., * Assist. Quarter-master Gen., 

* Dep. do., *Sec. to Comm, of Forces, * Aide-de-Camp, 
♦Major of Brigade, Assist. Comm. Gen., *Judge Adv., 
Chaplain, Paymaster, Physician, StatfSurg., Regimental 
Surgeon, Purveyor - 100 

Lieutenant, Adjutant, Dep. Ass. Comm. Gen. - 70 

Cornet, Ensign, 2d Lieut., Regt Qr-master, Assist. Surg., 
Apothecary, Hosp. Asst., Vet. Surg., Dep. Purveyor 

Payments Half yearly r at the ray Office, Whitehall. 


50 









18 ! 

I’he KING'S MINISTERS who form the CABINET . 
Earl Eldon, lord high chancellor 
Earl of Harrowby, lord president of the council 
Earl of Liverpool, first lord commissioner of the treasury 
Earl of Westmorland, lord privy seal 

Rt Hon. Robert. Peel, secretary of state for the home department 
Rt. Hon. George Canning, sec . of state for foreign department 
Earl Bathurst, secretary of state for the ivar department 
Duke of Wellington, master-general of the ordnance 
Right hon, Fred. John Robinson, chancellor of the exchequer 
Viscount Melville, first lord commissioner of the admiralty 
Rt hon. C. Watkin W. Wynn, president of the board of control 
Right hon. William Huskisson, treasurer of the navy 
Lord Bexley, chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster 

%* Lord Viscount Sidmouth retains his seat. 



PR 1 VT C 0 U N c 


Duke of York 
Duke of Clarence 
Duke of Cumberland 
Duke of SufTex 
Duke of Cambiidge 
Duke of Gloucefter 
P. of Saxe Cobourg 
Archb of Canterbury 
Earl of Eldon, Ld.CIi 
Archb. of York 
Earl of Harrowby, P. 
E Westmorland, PS. 
D. of Montrofe, L.C 
Duke of Bedford 
Duke of Hamilton 
Duke of Dorset 
Duke of Atholl 
D.of Northumberland 
Duke of Wellington 
Duke of Buckingham 
MqConyngham, L.S. 
Marquis of Hertford 
Marq of Lanfdowne 
Marq of Stafford 
Marq of Winchefter 


Marq Welleflcy 
Marq of Haftings 
Marq Camden 
Marq Choimondeley 
Mq of,Londonderry 
Marq of Graham 
Earl of Carlisle 
Earl of Derby 
Earl of Pembroke 
Earl of Lauderdale 
Earl of Shaftesbury 
Earl of Elgin 
Earl of Macclesfield 
Earl of Harrington 
Earl Fitzwilliam 
Earl of Hardwicke 
Earl Spencer 
Earl of Chatham 
Earl Bathurft 
Earl of Claiendon 
Earl Grofvenor 
EofMount-Edgcomb 
Earl of Liverpool 
Earl of Powis 
Ear! Grey 

Q 


IL. 

Earl of Carysfort 
Earl of Courtown 
Earl of Clancarty 
Earl of Mulgrave 
Earl Cathcart 
Earl Talbot 
Earl Roden 
Earl of Tankerville 
Earl of Aberdeen 
Lord C H Somerfet 
Lord Robert Spencer 
Vifc. Strangford 
Vifc. Palmerston 
Vifc. Sidmouth 
Vifc. Melville 
Lord J Townfhend 
Lord G T Bercsford 
Vifc. Granville 
Viscount Beresford 
Lord John Thynne 
Lord Binning * 
Bishop of London 
Lord Holland 
Lord Carteret 
Lord Grenville 








Earl Amherst 
Lord Arden 
Lord Gwyder- 
Lord Manners 
Lord Teignmouth 
Lord Henley 
Lord Redefdale 
Lord St Helens 
Lord Co'chester 
Lord Maryborough 
Lord Stowell 
Lord Oriel 
Lord Burghersh 
Lord Bexley 
Lord Farnborough 
Lord Bloomfield 
Charles M Sutton 
Sir Arch Macdonald 
Thomas Grenville 
George Canning 
Wm Dundas 
Charles Philip Yorke 
Sir Wm Grant 
Thomas Wallace 
Charles Bath urft 
Wm Wickham 
George Tierney 
Sir Arthur Paget 


182 

Wm Drummond 
Charles Arbuthnot 
John Hookham Frere 
Sir Samuel Shepherd 
Charles Grant 
Reginald Pole Carevv 
John Sullivan 
Sir John Newport 
Hon. Henry Pierpoint 
Richard Ryder 
Sir John Nicholl 
Sir H Wellesley 
Sir John Sinclair 
Sir Robert Lifton 
F J Robinfbn 
Robert Peel 
Hon. V Fitzgerald 
Hugh Elliot 
Wm Huskisson 
E. Thorn ton 
Sir Henry Russell 
Wm St urges Bourne 
Sir Charles Stuart 
William Adam 
Hon. Charles Bagot 
Hon. Robert Gordon 
Sir G F Hill 
John Beckett 


Sir J. Leach 
Sir W A’Court 
Sir G H Rofe 
Sir Charles Abbott 
Sir R. Dallas 
David Boyle 
Hon. W N Hill 
Stratford Canning 
Sir G Ouseley 
Henry Golbourn 
C W W Wynn 
Sir W H Freemantl* 
Hon. Fred J Lamb 
A J Poster 
Sir Geo Warrender 
Charles Hope 
Sir W Alexander 
Sir W D Best 
C R Vaughan 
H W W Wynn 


Or din. Clerks , 

James Buller 
G C F Greville 


777S MAJESTY'S HOUSEHOLD . 
Duke of Montrose, Lord Chamberlain, 12001 
Marquis of Graham, Vice-Chamber lain, 11591 8s 4d 
Marquis of Winchester, Groom of the Stole , 20001 
Lords of the Bed-Chamber, 10001 


Marquis of Head fort 
Viscount Melbourne 
Lord Glenlyon 
Viscount Petersham 


Viscount Lake 
Earl of Delawarr 
Lord Graves 
Ma- q of Londonderry 


Lord MounTcharles 
Hon General Finch 
Hon Col Stanhope 
Gen Sir W Keppcl 
lion A Bradshaw 


Grooms of the Bed Chamber, 5001 


Lord St Helens 
Lord f.ovaine 
Earl of Erroll 
Lord Sfratftavon 


Gen Sir Wm Lumiey Colonel J Whatley 
Lt-Gen Sir T Turner Sir Edmund Nagle 


Sir Charles Paget 
Hon Henry King 


[Sir Ad F Barnard 
Sir William Houston 













183 

Marquis Conyngham, lord steward, 14601 
Lord George Thomas Beresford, comptroller, 12001 
William HFreemantle, treasurer , 12001 
George Talbot, Esq. paymaster , 5001 
General Sir Samuel Hulse, master of household, 5001 
Lord Mountcharles, master of the robes, 8801 
Sir William Knighton, privy purse 

Lari of Macclesfield, captain of the yeomen of the guard , 10001 
Earl of Courts wn, captain of the band of pensioners , 10001 
Duke of St Albans, hereditary grand falconer, 12001 
Lord Gwydir, deputy great chamberlain 
Lord Maryborough, master of the staghounds, 20001 
Duke of Dorset, master of horse, 1266113s 4d 
Lieut-Gen Hammond, chief equery —Lt-Gen S W Congreve, hart. 
Major Gen. Bay ley, Major Gen. Sir R H Vivian, General Sir 
Robert Bolton, equeries. 

Sir Gilbert Blane, Sir Henry Halford, Sir Matthew J. Tierney, 
and Dr Henry Southey, physicians in ordinary, 3001 
Sir Gilbert Blane, physician to the household, 2001 
Robert Roddam. M.D. naval physician 

Sir Everard Home, and Dr Pat. Macgregor, serjeantsurgeons 
Sir Astlev P Cooper, surgeon to the person 
John Phillip-, surgeon to the household 

Wm Wadd, Sir A. Carlisle, S. L. llammick, surgeons extraord. 

Henry Alexander, surgeon oculist 

Sir William Adams, oculist extraordinary 

John Nussej', apothecary to the person 

Dr John Latham, Sir James M‘Giegor, and Dr Charles Bank- 
head, physicians extraordinary 
William Maule and John Harrison Curtis, aurists 
Charles Dutnergne, surgeon dentist 
John Heath, dentist extraordinary 
Archbishop of York, lord high almoner 
Loid Bishop of London, dean of the chapel royal, 2001 
Lord Bishop of Lincoln, clerk of the king's closet 
Sir Robert Chester, mastel of the ceremonies, 3001 
Henry T B Mash, assistant and marshall 
William Shield, master of the band of music, 3001 
George Colman, inspector of plays, 4001 
Robert Southey, Esq. poet-laureate, 1001 
C. Eyre, A. Strahan,and John Reeves, printers 


DUKE of YORK'S HOUSEHOLD. 

Lieut.-Col. B C Stephenson, ccmptroller and master of household 
Sir Thomas Stepney, groom of the bed-chamber 
F Dighton, private secretary 

Dr Pearson, Dr Thompson, Dr Drever, Dr Morison, physicians 
Dr Theodore Gordon, physician extraordinary 







DUKE £ DUCHESS of CLARENCE'S HOUSEHOLD . 
John Barton, treasurer and comptroller 

Sir CM Pole, Lt.Col. Cooper, SirH Blackwood .grooms ofbed-ch. 
Marchss of Westmeath, Countess of Mayo, ladies of bed-chamber 
Sir Gilbert Blane, Drs Cooper, Down, and Burnett, physicians 
J Doratt, and Edward Tegart, surgeons 


DUKE of CUMBERLAND'S HOUSEHOLD . 

, comptroller 

Gen Wynyard, Col Thornton, Gen SirC Grant, grooms ofbed-ch. 
i Captain Charles Jones, secretary 


DUKE of SUSSEX'S HOUSEHOLD. 

Lord Graves, comptroller 

Adm Sir T Williams, CoiOgg, Gen Sir G Walker, grooms of bed-ch. 
Henry Stephenson, auditor 


Lady of the Bedchamber to H. R. Highness Princess Augusta, 
Lady Mary Taylor.—To H. R. Highness Princess Sophia, 
Lady John Thynne 


DUCHESS of KENT'S HOUSEHOLD. 

General Wetherall, comptroller —Captain Conroy, equerry 
Baroness de Spaeth, lady of the bedchamber 

DUKE § DUCHESS of GLOUCESTER'S HOUSEHOLD. 
Edmund Currey, comptroller 

Ladies Isabella Thynne, and Caroline Legge, ladies of the bed-ch. 

PRINCE LEOPOLD of SAXE-COBOURG's Household. 
Baron deStockmar, comptroller 
Sir Robert Gardiner and Hon. Edward Cust, equerries 


BRITISH MINISTERS ABROAD. 


Austria , Rt Hon.Hen. Wellesley 
Edward M Ward, sec 
Russia. Viscount Strangford 
Ed. C. Disbrowe, sec 
France, Rt-hon Vise. Granville 
H. C. Hamilton, sec. 

Spain , Rt hon. Fred. Lamb 
George Bosanquet, sec. > 
Netherlands , Sir Charles Bagot 


A S Douglas, sec 
Turkey , Rt. hon. S. Canning 
W Turner, sec. 

Prussia , Earl of Clanwiiliam 
Hon. W. Temple, sec . 
America , Rt hon. C R Vaughan 
Charles Bankhead, sec. 
Naples , Wm Noel Hill 
H S Fox, sec. 
















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Sweden, Lord Bloomfield 
A 1) Bloomfield , sec. 

Denmark, H. W. Wynn 
Peter Browne, sec. 

Sardinia , Aug. John Foster 
C M St George, sec. 

Germanic Confed. F. Cathcart 
J R Milbanke, sec. 

Portugal , Sir W. A’Court 
Hon. F Reginald Forbes, sec. 

Bavaria , Sir Brook Taylor 
Thomas Cartwright, sec 


Persia, H. Willock 
Saxony , George W. Chadd 
Charles Barnard, sec. 
Wirtemberg , Lord Krskine 
lion. (1 li Seymour, sec. 
Switzerland , Hon. A. Percy 
R. Pakenham, sec. 

Tuscany, Lord Burghersh 
W F Strangeways, sec. 

Rio de la Plata , Lord Ponsonby 
Brazil , Rt hon. Robert Gordon 
Colombia, Alex. Cockburu 


FOREIGN MINISTERS at the BRITISH COURT. 


Austria , Prince Paul Esterhazy 
Russia , Count de Lieven 

A. de Dubatchefsky cons-gen 
France , Prince de Polignac 
Chev. Seguier, consul-gen 
Spain , M. de Alcudia 

Don J. P de Leina, cons-gen 
Netherlands , Baron de Falck 
London , W May, esq; cons-g 
Aberdeen , John Stewart 
Sweden , Baron de Stierueld 
Denmark , Count de Molthe 
John Campbell, esq; cons-gen 
Portugal, Marquis de Palmella 
J F Thomaz, consul-gen 


Prussia , Baron Maltzan 
Turkey , J. Natali, consul-gen. 
Sardinia, Count St M.d’Aiglie 
Sicily, Count de Ludoif 
Bavaria, Baron de Cetto 
Wurtemberg , Ct Mandelslohe 
Saxony , M Biederman 
Hanover, Count M Mein hovel 
Switzerland, A. L. Prevost 
Baden , & Hesse, Bar. Langsdorf 
Oldenberg , MrC. C. Berber 
/ians Towns, J Colquhouu 
America , Albert Gallatin 
Tho Aspinwall, consul-gen 
Colombia , M Hurtado 


His Majesty’s CONSULS ABROAD. 


France, D R Morier, cons.-gen. 
Calais, S G Marshall 
Nantes, Sir Richard Clayton 
Spain, Sir J Meade, cons-gen 
Portugal, J Mathews, cons-gen 
Oporto, John Crispin 
Madeira , Henry Veitch 
Venice , W T Money, cons-gen 
Roman States , John Parke, esq 
Leghorn, John Falconer, esq. 
Naples, Sir H Luvhington 
Sicily, Fred. Lind man, esq. 
Gottenburgh, H T Liddel 
Stockholm . George Foy, esq. 
Norway, Charles Durie, esq. 
Denmark, Cha Fenwick, esq 
Russia, Sir Daniel Barley 
B/acfc Sea, J Yeames, cons £ 


Daptzic, Alexander Gibson 
Konigsberg, T Fonblanque 
Hamburgh, Henry Canning 
Amsterdam, Robert Melvil 
Rotterdam, Alex Ferrier, esq. 
Ottoman Porte, J Cartwright 
Egypt, Henry Salt 
United States, A St John Baker 
New-Fork, James Buchanan 
New Orleans, George Salkeld 
Mexico , Lionel Hervey 
Fern Cruz, J Henderson 
Brazils, II. Chamberlain 
Morocco, JamesS Douglas 
Algiers , Henry M‘Donnell 
Tripoli, Hanmer Warrington 
7'unis, Sir Thomas Reade 
Jlayli, Charles Mackenzie 
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COUNCIL OFFICE , WHITEHALL. 

James Buller, and C. C. Fulke GrevilJe, clerks of the council 
John Litchfield, Wm O Humphrey, John Barrett Lennard, Peter 
Hen. Valle, Henry Gaitskell, and W O Patch, under clerks 
Rev. Dr T B Clarke, receiver of clergy returns 
Longueville Clarke, assistant receiver of clergy returns 
W. Flint and J. Baker, keepers of the council chamber 


The Most Noble ORDER of the GARTER , 

Instituted by Edward III. 1350; to consist of the Sovereign and 
25 Knights, exclusive of the Princes of the Blood Royal. 
Motto— Iloni soi quimaly-pense —Ribbon, Blue . 


Prince Leopold of 
Saxe Cobourg 
Earl cf Chatham 
1 Earl of Weftmorland 
Earl Spencer 
Marquis Camden 
Duke of Rutland 
Earl of Hardwicke 
Duke of Beaufort 
Earl of Pembroke 
Marquis of Stafford 
Earl of Lonfdale 
Marquis Wellefley 
Duke of Montrofe 

SirThomas Tyrwhitt, ufher of the black rod. 

Bishop of Winchefler, prelate iDean of Windfor, regiflrar 
Bishop of Salifbury, chancellor [SirGNayler,garter king-at-arms 

The Most Ancient ORDER of the THISTLE , 
Instituted in 787, restored in 1540 ; revived in 1687, and re¬ 
established in 1703, for the Sovereign and it, Knights. 
Motto, Nemo me irn/iune lacessit —Ribbon, Green. 


The Sovereign 
Duke of York 
Duke of Clarence 
Duke of Cumberland 
Duke of Suffex 
Duke of Cambridge 
Duke of Gloucefter 
Emperor of Austria 
King of Prussia 
King of Spain 
King of Netherlands 
King of Denmark 
King of Portugal 
King of France 


Marquis of Hastings 
Duke of NewcafUe 
Duke of Wellington 
Earl of Liverpool 
Earl Bathurst 
Marquis of Anglesey 
D of Northumberland 
Duke of Buckingham 
Mq of Cholmondeley 
Marquis of Hertford 
Marquis of Bath 
Duke of Dorset 


Extra Knights t 
EofLaudcudale 
Vise Melville 


The Sovereign Earl Cathcart M, of Tvveeddale 
D. of Clarence E. of Aberdeen M. Queensberry 
Dukeof Gordon E. of Galloway Earl of Cassillis 
Earl of Morton E.of Abergaveny 
DukeofAtholl M of Aylesbury! 

Dr William Lawrence Brown, dean of the order 
Earl of Kinnoull, king of arms. Lord Robert Kerr, sec. 
Robert Quarme, gent, ulher of the green rod 















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The Most Illustrious ORDER of ST. PATRICK , 
Instituted 5th Feb* I 7 ^ 3 > t° consist of the Sovereign, as Grand 
Master, a Prince of the Blood-Royal, and fifteen Knights. 
Motto, Quis separabit .— Ribbon, Sky Blue. 


The Sovereign 
D. Cumberland 
E cf Carysfort 
M Conyngham 
M of Headfort 
E of Roden 


E of Shannon 
E O’Neill 
M of Thomond 
M of Sligo 
Eof Enniskillen 
E of Longford 


Marquis of Ely 
Earl of Caledon 
Mq. of Donegal 
M of Ormonde 
Earl of Meath 


Earl of Fingall 
E of Courtown 
Earl Talbot 


*1 he Lord Lieutenant, Grand Master. 

Lord Prirmte, Prelate ISir Fred J Falkiner, Secretary 

Archbp. of Dublin, Chancellor Sir C Vernon, Usher Black Hod 
Dean of St Patrick’s, Registrar (Sir S. Bruce, Genealogist 

The Most Honourable MILITARY ORDER of the BATH , 
Motto —Triajuncta in uno— Ribbon, Red. 

Instituted in England in 1399; revived by George I. 1725; 
and on the 2d Jan. 1815, it was ordained that it should thence¬ 
forward consist of Three Claeses: 1st, Knights Grand Crosses; 
2d, Knights Commanders; and, 3d, Companions. 

First Class. —Military Knights GrandUrosses. 


The Sovereign 
Duke of York 
Duke of Clarence 
Duke of Cumberland 
Duke of Cambridge 
Duke of Gloucefter 
Prince Saxe Cobourg 
sir Rob. Abercromby 
sir Alured Clarke 
Lord Donoughmore 
sir James Saumarez 
Lo#d Howden 
Duke of Wellington 
Earl Ludlow 
Earl of Northefk 
sir Rich Jn Strachan 
sir Alex 1 Cochrane 
sir Richard G Kcafces 
sir David Baird 
sir Brent Spencer 


sir John C Sherbioke 
Lord Beresford 
Lord Lynedoch 
Lord Hill 
sii Edward Paget 
Lord Combermere 
sir George Nugent 
sir William Keppel 
sir John Doyle 
LordWHC Bentinck 
sir G Lowry Cole 
Marq.ofLondonderry 
Hon. sir A Hope 
sirTJenry Clinton 
Earl of Dalhoufie 
sir Wra Stewart 
sir George Murray 
Prince of Orange 
sir George Montagu 
Marquis of Anglefey 


sir R Brownrigg 
sir W H Clinton 
sir C Colville 
Lord Gam bier 
sir James Kempt 
Lord Exmouth 
sir D Ochterlony 
sir Gor. Drummond 
sir G T Walker 
sir C M Pole 
sir George Cockburn 
Marquis of Haftings 
sir Thomas Hislop 
sir J Malcolm 
Lord Howard 
sir W Domett 
sir Thomas Foley 
Earl Harcourt 
sir H Johnston 
Earl of Mulgrave 










1C. 

sir C H KnowlesJ 
sir T Pakenhara 
Lord Harris 
sir B Tarleton 
sir George Hewett 
sir George Don 
Earl Rosslyn 
Marquis of Huntly 
sir George Martin 
sir T B Thompson 
sir H Neale 
sir John Oswald 
sir Ed Thornborough 
sir Eliab Harvey 
sir Wm J Hope 
sir Henry Fane 

Civil Knights Grand 
Crosses, 

Lord Henley 
sir Arthur Paget 
sir George H Barlow 
Vifcount Strangford 
sir Henry Wellefley 
sir Charles Stuart 
Earl of Clancarty 
sir Robert Liston 
sir W A’Court 
Lord Farnborough 
sir C Bagot 
sir Edw Thornton 
Lord Bloomfield 
Visct Granville 

Honorary Knights 
Grand Crosses. 
King of Wirtemberg 
Prince Volkonsky 
Count Woronzow 
Count Zieten 
Baion Frimont 
Count Alten 


138 

Second Class. 

Knights Commanders, 
sir J H Whitshed 
sir Rich Bickerton 
sir John Knight 
sir Edmund Nagle 
sir W Sidney Smith 
sir Herbert Sawyer 
sir Robert Stopford 
sir R C Fergufon 
sir H Warde 
sir Charles Tyler 
sir Thomas Williams 
sir Wm Houftoun 
sir Wm Lumley 
sir Miles Nightingall 
sir H F Campbell 
sir Wm Hargood 
sir Robert Moorfom 
sir Law. W Halfted 
sir Jofeph S Yorke 
sir A K Legge 
sir Alan Cameron 
sir George Anfon 
sir F Laforey 
sir P C Durham 
sir Ifrael Pellew 
sir Henry Bell 
sir Wm Anion 
sir Edward Howorth 
sir C Wale 
sir J O Vandeleur 
sir Edward Stopford 
sir Benj Hallowell 
Lord A Beauclerck 
sir J Nicoll Morris 
sir T Byam Martin 
sir Wm H Pringle 
Lord Henry Paulett 
sir Graham Moore 
sir Henry WBayntun 
sir Richard King 


sir Richard Lee 
sir F P Robinfon 
sir Edward Barne3 
sir John Byng 
sir Thomas Brisbane 
Lord R E Somerfet 
sir Thomas Bradford 
sir John Lambert 
sir J W Gordon 
sir Manley Power 
Lord Aylmer 
sir Wm Hotham 
sirPulteney Malcolm 
sir John Gore 
sir Henry Hotham 
sir J Rowley 
sir Edw Codrington 
sir Charles Rowley 
sir Colquhoun Grant 
sir T S Beckwith 
sir R W O’Callaghan 
sir John Keane 
sir Colin Halkett 
sir H Edw Bunbury 
sir R Hussey Vivian 
sir Henry Torrens 
sir George Eyre 
sir Charles Brisbane 
sir John Talbot 
sir Edward Berry 
sii Edw Hamilton 
sir E WCR Owen 
sir Thomas M Hardy 
sir J Brenton 
sir M Seymour 
sir PBV Broke 
sir Wm Hofte 
sir Chriftopher Cole 
sir J A Gordon 
sir Thomas Staines 
sir Edward Tucker 
si John Erlley 













r Charles P Belson 
r Benj D’Urban 
r G R Birgham 
r Chas J Greville 
r A F Barnard 
J Cameron 
r Charles Pratt 
r Edw Blakeney 
r John M Lean 
r R Downes Jackfon 
r Colin Campbell 
r John Colborne 
r A Campbell 
r Thos Arbuthnot 
r H F Bouverie 
rW Williams 
r A Leith 
r RL Dundas 
r R Arbuthnot 
r Charles Sutton 
r Jam* Douglas 
r Henry Hardinge 
r GII F Berkeley 
r Jeremiah Dickfon 
r John M Doyle 
r Thos Noel Hill 
r Chas Broke Vere 
Lord F Somerset 
sir James Wilfon 
sir Alex J Dickon 
sir John May 
sir George Scovell 
sir Wm Gomm 
Lord Downes 
sir Richard Williams 


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r James Malcolm 
r James A Hope 
r Auguftus Frazer 
r HewD Rofs 
r E K Williams 
r Frederick Stovin 
r Joleph Carncrofs 
r Robert Gardiner 
r Moore Difney 
r Wm Inglis 
sir James Lyon 
r Davidge Gould 
r G Cooke 
r P Maitland 
t Frederick Adam 
r CV Penrofe 
r Hudson Lowe 
r David Milne 
r Alex Campbell 
r R Macfarlane 
r R S Donkin 
r M Dixon 
r H Blackwood 
r J P Beresford 
r H T Montretor 
r H Trollope 
r John Wells 
r H Nicholls 
r R Barlow 
r George Grey 
r W Keir Grant 
r James Campbell 
r Lionel Smith 
r T Pritzler 
r Wm C Fahie 


sir R W Otway 

Of the Fast-India 
Service . 

Isir Robert Blair 
'sir Hector Maclean 
sir Thomas Dallas 
sir Gab Martindell 
sir George S Browne 
sir R Barclay 
sir R Jones 
sir D Marshall 
sir Thomas Munro 
sir John Doveton 
sir Thomas Brown 

Honorary Knights 
Commanders. 
Baron Linsingen 
Count Walmoden 
Count Nugent 
Baron Low 
Henry de Hinuber 
W de Dornberg 
F A de Hertzberg 
Julius Hartmann 
Baron de Muffling 
Don Miguel A lava 
Baron Van de Capel- 
lan 

Baton Vincent 
Gcn.Pozzo di Borgo 
Gen. de Reede 
J^t-gen. Lamotte 


Dean of Weftminfter, dean of the order 
Sir George Nayler, genealogifl and blanc coursier herald 
J P Cullum, Bath king of arms—James Pulman, deputy 
Lt-col. William Lewis Herries, registrer and fecretary 
George Fred. Beltz, f.s.a., gent.-usher of the Scarlet Rod, 
and Brunswick Herald 

William Wood, secretary to the second and third classes 











190 

GOVERNMENT OFFICES. 


Tr eafury. 

Earl of Liverpool, firft lord commiffioner, 4000 1 , 

Rt. Hon. F. John Robinson, Viscount Lowther, LordG.C.H. 
Somerset, Lord Granville, Earl of Mount-Charles, andE,A. 
Macnaughten, lords commiffioners, 1600I. 

S R Lushington and J C Herries, fccretaries, 3229I. 

William Hill, assistant-fee.—George Maule, folicitor. 

Henry Brougham, ferjeant-at-at ms—E. B. Bullock, chief clerk 

Receipt of Exchequer . 

Rt hon. F. J. Robinson, chancellor and treafurer, 1800I 
Lord Grenville, auditor, 4000I-—Charles Bedford, chief clerk 
Marquis Camden, Earl Bathurft, Right hon. Charles Yorke, and 
Spencer Pcrcival, Efq; tellers of exchequer 
Henry Ellis, clerk of the pells.-— EWRoberts, his clerk 
Earl of Guilford and M Burgoyne, chamberlains of tally court 
R. Mitford, C. P. Rushworth, G. T. Steward, W. R. Bradshaw, 
Sir H. Campbell, commissioners of tax-office—E. Bates, fee. * 


Board of Trade and Plantations. 

Rt.hon. W. Huskisson, pres.—Rt,hon. C. Grant, vice-pres. 


The Minifters 
Lord Chancellor 
Archb of Canterbury 
Speaker of Commons 
Chancellor of Duchy 
of Lancaster 


Paym. of the Forces 
Treas. of the Navy 
Mailer of the Mint 
Sir John Nichols 
Lord Redefdale 
C Arbuthnot 


James Buller, and C. 

C. F. Greville, seer. 
T Lack, affistant sec. 
John Porter, ift clerk 
E Leeves, private sec. 
to the president 


Privy Seal and Signet Office. 

Earl of Weflmoreland, lord privy feal, 3000/. 

Sir James Macdonald, John H Carles, and John T Fane, clerks. 


COLONIES. 
Secretary , 

Earl Bathurft 
Under Secretaries , 
Robert W Horton 
Robert Wm Hay 
A Gordon, chief elk 


Secretaries of State . 

HOME. 

Secretary , 

Rt. Hon. Robert Peel 
Under Secretaries , 
Henry Hobhoufe 
G R Dawson 
T Plasket> chief elk 


foreign. 
Secretary , 

Rt hon Geo Canning 
Under Secretaries , 
Joseph Planta 
Lord Howard 
Marq. of Clanricarde 













191 

SRollelton, gazette-writer |R G Clark, gazette printer 
HHobhouse, keep.of Hate papersICharles Goddard, transmitter 


Admiralty Office. 

Lord Vifc. Melville, firfl lord commiffioner, 5000I. 

Lords Commissioners , ioool each. 

Sir WJ Hope | SirG Clerk | Sir GCockburn | WRKDouglas 
Lord Stowell, judge of admiralty court, 1380 1 . 


JW Croker, fee. 4000I 
John Barrow, 2d fee. 2000I 
JH Arnold, admiralty-advocate 
SirC Robinfon, king’s adv.gen. 


Lord Arden, regiftrar of adm. 
James Farquhar, H Swabey, and 
J B Morgan, deputies 
Hon. H Lindsay, marshal 


Duke of Wellington, mafler-gen 
Sir W H Clinton, lieut.-gen. 
Wm Griffin, fee. to the board 
William Holmes, Efq; treafurer 


Ordnance Office. 


Lord Downes, surveyor-general 
Sir Henry Harding, clerk 
John Beckett, Efq; judge-adv. 
to the forces 


War-Office 

Right Hon. Vifcount Palmerllon, fecretary at war. 

L Sullivan, esq. deputy fecretary—Robert Luken, ift clerk 
Rt hon. W F Fitzgerald, paym.-gen.—Sir H Torrens, adjt-gen* 


Officers of his Majefty's Mint. 


Thomas Wallace, mailer, 3000I 
John Tekell, comptroller 350I 
John Barton, deputy compt. 


R Bingley, alfay-mafler, 2251 
H Dehoste, furv. of melt, izcl 
WT Brande, clerk of irons 


Herald* s College , 

Duke of Norfolk, hereditary earl marfhat 
Sir George Nayler, garter principal king of arms 
Ralph Bigland, clarencieux king of arms 
Edmond Lodge, esq. norroy king of arms 


Joint Great Chamberlain of England. 

Lady Willoughby d’Erefby, and Marchionefs of Cholmondeley 
Lord Gwydir, deputy, 3C00I. 


High Court of Chancery. 

Earl of Eldon, lord high chancellor. 

Sir JS Copley, mafter of the rolls—Sir John Leach, vice-chanc« 














S C Cox 
F P Stratford 
F. Cross 


192 


Maficrs in Chancery. 
James Stephen {James Trower 
J E Dowdeswell Wm Wingfield 


James Farrer 


John S Harvey, accountant-gen. G Humphreys & J Humphreys, 
D of St Albans, prin. regiftrar j clerks in difpenfation-ofiice 
Earl Bathurft, clerk of the crown Henry Petrie, keeper of records 


Court of Exchequer . 

Right Hon. Fredeiick John Robinson, chancellor. 

Sir William Alexander, lord chief baron, 4000I. 

Sir Robert Graham, Sir William Garrow, and Sir John Hullock, 
barons 3000I 

FI Vincent, king’s remem. |JGrinwood, treasurer’s rememb. 
H Brougham, ferjeant at arms [Ld Bentinck, clerk to the pipe 


Court of King's Bench . 

Sir Charles Abbott, lord chief jaflice, 5500I. 

Sir J Bailey, Sir G Holroyd, and Sir J Littledale, judges, 3000b 
Ford Kenyon, cuftos brevium I Sir NC Tindall, folicitor-general 
Sir C Wetherall, attorney gen. [Duke of Grafton, receiver-gen. 

Court of Common Pleas. 

SirW. D. Best, lord chief jufHce, 4500/. 

Sir J. A, Park, Sir J. Burroughs, Stephen Gaselee, judges, 3000I 
Charles Warren, chief justice of Cnester. 


Duchy Court of Lancajler . 

Lord Bexley, chancellor—Sir Wm Knighton, receiver-general 
William Walton, attorney-general 

Commijfioners oj Stamp Duties . 

, chairman. 

J Kingston jW Montagu IE J Johnson [ 800 1 each 

HJ Addington {Henry Hallam |W R Spencer JG Sykes, folicit 
W Kappen, fee. 300I.—R H Jenkinfon, rec.-gen. 600I. 


Commissioners , 
12001 

Rich B Deane 
Wm Booth by 


Officers of the Revenue of Cufloms . 

[HenRichmond |F S Larpent IWm Cust 

{William 1 Roejll J Bouverie |Hon H Legge 
I AHHutchinsonlW F Villiers ID M Binning 
|T B Watson jS Lushington | 









193 


LH Ferrier and T Bruce, assist, commiss. for Scotland 
Thomas Whitmoie, secretary, 710I 
J. G. Walford, Wm Earnshaw.jT Taylor, comptr-gen. zoool 
and S. Thackeray, folicitors, J D Hume, comp.outw.&inw. 
3 °°l* ’C C Smith, receiver-general 


Commissioners r fthe Revenue of Excife. 
LordGSeymoui Alex Campbell |R Dawkins |W Plunkett 
F H Doyle Sir J Mortlock James Hewitt John Backhouse 
Hon. A Phipps Hn C RTrefusis) Woodb. Parish |WH Percy 
John C Freeling, Efq. fecretary, 826 1 . 

G Cholmondely, rec.gen. 2500IIR Stratford, collec. at London 
EMilward, comptr. 1425 1 TW Carr & P Mayow, folicit. 
CH Greville, compt. calh, 850IIH Arbuthnot, auditor, 1240I 


Poft-Office —(1 660 ) 

Lord Frederick Montague, poftmafter-general, 3000I 
Francis Freeling, fee. 1200I ilnigoThomas, account-gen. 700I 
G H Freeling, assistant C Johnfon, furv. of mail-coaches 

Rob. Willmott, receiv-gen. 8oo1|M B Peacock, folicitor, 300I 

Navy, Pay , and Vi dualling Offices . 

Rt hon. William Huskisson, treafurcr of the navy, 3000I 


John Smith, paymafter 
W Cress well, do. for Navy bills 
SirT B Martin, comp. 1500I 
JosephTucker, Sir R. Seppings, 
furveyors, ioool 


Hen. H Legge, J D Thompfon, 
RG Middleton, Hn. C. Boyle, 
Hon. R. S. Dundas, and John 
M Lewis, commiflioncrs 
I George Smith, fecretary, ioool 
Refident CommiJJioners —IOOO/. 

Chas Cunningham Jamaica, TG Shortland 
Hon. Sir G Grey |Quebec, Robert Barrie 
William Shield lMalta, Chas B H Ross 
Thomas Briggs | 

John Day, naval florekeeper at Leith, aool. 

Hon. G. A, Stapylton, I. Woolley, N. Brown, Fred. Edgcumbe, 
John Weir, Wm Burnett, Hon. W.L.Batharst, commidioners 
of the victualling office—M. W, Clifton, fecretary 


Chatham, 

Portfmouth 

Plymouth, 

Bermuda, 


Royal Naval College . 

Lord Viscount Melville, governor- 
Capt J W Loring, lieut.-gov. I Rev. W Tate, master of classics 
Rev, James Inman, professor (Thomas Skelton, clerk 

R 











City of London, 

Anthony Brown, lord mayor 
Chas Farebrother / , . ff 
Henry Winchester J sncnttS 
Richard Clarke, chamberlain 
Newman Knowlys, recorder 


194 

Bank of England , fincorp. l 6 gjj 
John B Richards, governor 
Samuel Drewe, dep. governor i 
Robert Best, secretary 
H Hase, chief cashier 
Mr Sergeant Bosanquet, counsel i 


SCOTTISH CORPORATION, LONDON. 

Founded 1665, 1676; re-incorporated 1775. For the R elief of 
Natives of Scotland, or their Descendants, who have acquired 
no Parochial Settlement. 

Duke of Clarence and St Andrews, President, 
Vice-Presidents. 

Earl of Elgin lEarl of Glasgow {Lord Binning 

Marquis of Graham [Lord Glenorchv |Sir Charles Forbes, bt 

Hon. William Fraser, Treas .—Robert Auld, Sec, 

The Kinloch Bequest, for Annuities to 500 Seamen & Soldiers 
Wounded in the Service, left in Trust to the above Corporation. 


HIGHLAND SOCIETY, LONDON.—Inst 1778. 

The King, Chief .—Viscount Glenorchy, President • 

Vice Presidents , 

Lord F L Gower {Sir M S Stewart,bt.lMaj-gen. D Stewart 
Sir E M M‘Grcgor, bt-[Sir John M‘Lean | James Hamilton 
Simon M'Gillivray, Divie Robertson, Henry Lonclands, Treas, 
John Weddeiburn and Alex. M‘Donald, S.crs . 


CALEDONIAN ASYLUM.- Inst. & incorp. iZiy. 

For Supporting and Educating Children of Soldiers, Sailors, 
and Marines, Natives of Scotland, and of Indigent Scotch Pa¬ 
rents, resident in London, not entitled to Parochial Relief. 
The King, Patron. 

Duke of Sussex, Vice Patron—Duke of York, President. 
Vice-Pres, D.ofWellington'Vifc. Melville (Sir Arch. Mac- 
Duke of Atholl E. ofBredalhanejLord Lynedoch donald, Bart. 
D. of Montrose E. of Dalhoufie |Lord Saltoun (SirC.Forbes,bt. 
W Fairlie, A Glennie, T Hutcheon, treas.—Rev. J. Lees, sec. 


BRITISH & FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY—1804. 
Lord Teignmouth, President I Rev, A Brandram, Rev. Joseph 
John Thornton, Treasurer | Hughes, Rev. CSteinkoplf, Secs 
There are upwards of 900 Auxiliary and Branch Societies. 













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OFFICERS OF STATE, #c. IN IRELAND. 
Marquis Wellesley, lord lieutenant, 30,000/. 

Lieut-Gen. Sir George Murray, g.c.b, commander of the forces 
Right Hon. Henry Goulburn, principal secretary of state 
Lt-Colonel Meriek Shaw, private sec, to the lord lieutenant 
William Gregory, under sec. civil department 
i Hon. J. Finch, under secretary military department 
Lord Colchester, keeper of privy seal 
Viscount Clifden, clerk of the council 
Archbishop of Armagh, primate of all Ireland , almoner 
Rev. Samuel Kyle, d.». provost of T> inity college 
Rt Hon. John Radclift, vicar gen. and judge of prerogative court 
Earl Stanhope, keeper of records and state papers 
Hon J. B. R. O’Neill, constable of Dublin castle 
Lord Manners, lord high chancellor 
Bight Hon. Sir William MLMabon, master of the rolls 
W Heim, T Lllis, T. Ball, and R. O’Connor, masters in chancery 
Earl of Granard, clerk of the crown and hanaper 
Viscount Avonmore, registrar- J. Boyd, account, general 
Rt Hon. Charles K. Bushe, lord chief justice of king's bench 
Richard Jehb. Charles Burton, and T. B. Vancleleur, judges 
Rt lln. Lord H Se% mour Conway, and Lord R. Seymour Conway, 
clerks of the crown , proilionotari.es , 

Walter Bourne, deputy clerk of the crown, <£c. 

Right HoS. Lord N orburv, chief justice of common pleas 

Arthur Moore, William Johnson, and Robert Torrens, judges 

G. Hill, prothonotary— 1). & W. Babington, keepers of writs, fyc. 

Right Hon. W. C. Plunkct, attorney general 

Henry Joy, solicitor general—1 Thomas Lefrov, prime serjeant 

Rt Hon. Sir (5. F. Hill, vice treas.— Lt-col.W.Blacker, depute 

Right Hon. Standish O'Grady, lord chief baron of exchequer 

Sir W. C. Smith, James M'Cleland, and R. Penefather, barons 

Viscount Kil warden, principal registrar 

Arthur Hume, teller of exchequer 

Anthony R. Blake, chief remembrancer 

Sir Hugh Stewart, 2d remembrancer 

Thomas Haft and John Stewart, deputies 

Sir Jonah Barrington, judge of admiralty 

J. L. Foster, king's advocate general 

Karl O’Neill and Earl of Rosse, postmasters general 

Sir KdwardS. Lees, secretary 

Lord G. Seymour, chief commissioner of excise —Abraham Cutto, 
and Patrick P. Fitzpatrick, assistant commissioners 
Edward Jlearne, comptroller and accountant general 
Henry Richmond, chidf commissioner of customs —Hon. William 

Le Poer Trench and James Smyth, assistant commissioners _ 

Charles Maclean, secretary 

William Campbell, (chairman) J. S. Cooperand D’Arcy Mahon, 
commissioners ofstamp$^C\\nv\es Pressley., secretary 





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PEERAGE OF SCOTLAND. 

_ • 

Peers of the Blood Royal. 

1789. TIis Royal H ighness William Henry, Duke of St Andrew's, 
3799. His Royal Highness Ernest Augustus, Duke of reviotdale* 1 
1801. His Royal Highness Augustus Frederick, Earl of Inverness. 
1801. His Royal Highness Adolphus Frederick, Baron Culloden. 
1764. Ilis Royal Highness William Frederick D. of Edinburgh. 

PEERS OF SCOTLAND, 

In the order of the Union RolU 
DUKES. -8. 

1643. A LEXANDER HAMILTON, Duke of Hamilton, (I). 

of Brandon 1711.) Marquis of Douglas and Clydesdale, 
Heritable Keeper of the Palace of Holy rood-house, a prhjr 
Councillor, Lord Lieutenant of Lanarkshire, and Colonel of it's 
Militia, (son to Archibald, 9th Duke, by Lady Harriet, daughter 
of Alex. Earl of Galloway) born 1767, succeeded his father J819, 
manied in 1810 Susan Euphernia, daughter of Wm. Beckford,Esq. 
of Fonthill. Issue. 

1673. WALTER FRANCIS MONTAGU SCOTT DOU¬ 
GLAS, Duke , Earl , and Baron of Buccleugh , Earl of Dalkeith, 
Baron Scott of Whitcbester and Eskdale; and Earl of Doncaster, 
and Baron Tynedale, in England; and, on succeeding to the 
Queensberry estate, Duke of Queensberry, Marquis of Dumfries¬ 
shire, Earl of Drumlanrig and Sanquhar, Viscount Nith of Tor* 
thorwald and Ross, Baron Douglas of Kinmount, Middlebie, and 
Dornock, (sbnof Charles William, Duke of Buccleugh, by Har¬ 
riet, daughterof Vise. Sidney, who died in 1814), born in 1806;* 
succeeded his father in 1819. 

1675. CHARLES LENNOX, Duke of Lennox , Earl of 
March, (Duke of Richmond 1675), son to Charles D. of Lennox^ 
by Lady Charlotte, daughter of the Duke of Gordon; born 1791; 
married in 1817, to Lady Caroline, eldest daughterof the Marquis 
of Anglesea; succeeded his father in 1819. Issue . 

1684. ALEX. GORDON. Duke of Gordon , Marquis of 
Huntly, (Earl of Norwich in 1784), K. T. Keeper of the Great 
Seal of Scotland. Chancellor of King’s College, Aberdeen, son to 
Cosmo Duke of Gordon, by Lady Catherine Gordon; born 1743; 
succeeded his father 1752. Married .lane, sister to Sir Win. Max¬ 
well of Monreith, in 1767, M ho died in 1812. Issue , George Mar¬ 
quis of Huntly, (Lord Gordon 1807;, Colonel of 1st foot, General 
in the army, and Lord Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire, and five daugh¬ 
ters, viz. Duchess Dowager of Richmond, Ladv Magdalene Pal¬ 
mer, Duchess of Manchester, Marchss. Cornwallis, and Duchess 
of Bedford. 

1701. GEORGE WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Duke of Argyll 
Marquis of Lorn, &c. Lord Lieutenant of ArgyH-shire, (Lord 








Sund ridge 1766, and Lord Hamilton 1776), Heritable Master of 
the King’s Household in Scotland, and Keeper of Dunstalfnage, 
Dunoon, and Carrick, horn in 1768, (son to John Duke of Ar¬ 
gyll. by Elisabeth, daughter of John Gunning, Esq. Duchess Dow¬ 
ager of James Duke of Hamilton); succeeded his father in 1806. 
Married Lady Caroline Elizabeth, (late Lady Paget), daughter 
of the late l ari of Jersev, in 18J0 His only brother, Lord John 
Campbell, (who mar. in 1820, Miss Joan Glassel of Longniddrie, 
and has issue , two sons and a daughter), is presumptive heir. 

1703. JOHN MURRAY, Duke of At ho ll, Marquis of Tul- 
libardine, <Earl Strange 1786), K. T. Lord Lieutenant of Perth¬ 
shire, a Privy Counsellor, son to John Duke of Atholl, by Lady 
Charlotte Murray, daughter of James Duke of Atholl; born 1755; 
succeeded his father in 1774, and married, 1st, Jean, sister to Vis¬ 
count Cat heart, in 1774, who died in 1790; 2d, in 1794, Lady 
Macleod, eldest daughter of the late Lord Forbes. Issue. 

1707. J AMES GRAHAM, Duke of Montrose , Marquis of 
Graham, &c. (Earl Graham 1722), /(. G., Lord Chamberlain, 
Lord Justice General of Scotland, a Privy Counsellor, son to Win. 
Duke of Montrose, by Lady Lucy Manners, dr. of the D. of Rut¬ 
land ; born 1755; succeeded his father 1790; married, 1st, in 1785, 
Lady Jemina Ashburnha m, who died in 1786; 2d, in 1790, Lady 
Caroline Montague, sister to the Duke of Manchester. Issue . 

1707. JAMES HENRY ROBERT INNES KER, Duke and 
Earl of jRoxburghe, Marquis of Bowmont, &c., a Baronet, (son 
of James, last Duke, by Harriet, daughter of the late Benjamin 
Charlewood, Esq.) born 1816; succeeded his father in 1823. 


MAIIQUISSE S.—3. 

1682. CHARLES DOUGLAS, Marquis and Earl of 
Queensberry , Vise. Drumlanrig, &c.; Lord Lieutenant of Dum- 
fries-shire, and Colonel of its Militia, (son of Sir Win. Douglas of 
Kelhead, by Miss Douglas of Lockerbie); succeeded William, 
late Duke of Queensberry, in 1810, as heir male. Married, in 
3803 Lady Caroline Scott, daughter of the late Henry Duke of 
Buccleugh. Issue. 

1694. GEORGE HAY, Marquis of Tweeddale , Earl of Gif¬ 
ford. &c.; K.T. bom 1787, (son of George M. of Tweeddale, bv 
Lady Hannah, sister of the Earl of Lauderdale); succeeded his 
father in 1801. Married, in 1816, Lady Susan Montagu, second 
daughter ofthe Duke of Manchester. Issue. 

1701. JOHN WILLIAM ROBERT KERR, Marquis of 
Lothian , Earl of Ancram, &c. (Lord Kerr, 18 i\) K.T. Lord 
Lieutenant of Roxburgshire, (son mu William last Marquis of 
Lothian) ; born 1794; succeeded his father in 1824. 


EARLS.-43. 

1065. JOHN THOMAS ERSK1VE, Earl of Mar, Lord 
Erskiue aud Garioch ; son of John Francis Eari of Mar, by 
R ' 










Frances, daughter of the Hon. Charles t'loyer; born 1772 ; mar¬ 
ried Janet, eldest dr. of Pat. Miller, Esq. of Dalswinton. Issue. 

1398. GEORGE LINI)ESAY CRAUFURD, EarlofCrau - 
furd, Earl Lindesay 1633, Vise. Garnock 1705, &c.; died 1808, 
without issue. He is succeeded in his estates by his sister Lady 
Mary. There are several claimants to this peerage, whose claims 
are, or will coine, before the House of Lords. 

1452. WILLIAM GEO. HAY CARR, Earl of Errol, Lord 
Hay, Heritable Lord High Constable of Scotland, a Lord of the 
Bedchamber, (son to William Earl of Errol, by Alicia, daugh¬ 
ter of Samuel Elliott, EsqA born27th February 1800; succeeded 
his father in 1819. Married, Dec. 4,1820, to Eliza Fitzclarence, 
3d daughter of His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence. Issue. 

1455. ALEXANDER SINCLAIR, Earl of Caithness, Lord 
Berriedale, Lord Lieutenant of Caithness-shire, (kon of James i 
Earl of Caithness, by Jean, daughter of Colonel Alex. Campbell 
of Barcaldine); succeeded his father in 1823; mar. in 1813, Miss I 
Leigh, daughter of the late Dean of Hereford. Issue . 

1457. GEORGE WILLIAM EVELYN LESS LIE, Earl of 
Rothes, Lord Leslie and Ballenbreich, (son of Henrietta Ann, 
Countess of Rothes,and George Leslie of Leslie, Lsq.) born 1809; 
succeeded his mother in 1819. A minor. 

1457. GEORGE DOUGLAS, Earl of Morton. Lord Aber- 
dour, ( Lord Douglas of Lochleven 1791) K.'I 1 . Lord Lieut, of Edin¬ 
burghshire, ^son of Sholto Earl of Morton, by Katharine, dr. of 
the Hon. J. Hamilton); born 1761, succeeded his father in 1774. i 
Married, 1814, Susanne, grand dr. of the late Sir Francis Buller. 

1469. DAVID STEUART ERSK1NE, Earl of Buchan, I 
Lord Cardross, (son of Hen. Dav. Earl of Buchan, by Agnes, 
daughter of Sir James Steuart of Goodtrees), succeeded his father 
in 1767, and married, 1771, Margaret, daughter of Mr. Fraser of 
Eraserfield, who died in 1819. His nephew, Henry David, (eldest 
son of the late Hon. Henry Erskine of Ammondale, by Christiana, 
daughter of George Fullerton, Esq ) is presumptive heir. Mar¬ 
ried to Miss Shibley, daughter of Sir C. Shipley. Issue. 

1503. ARCHIBALD MON TGOM ER1E, Earl of Eglinton, j 
Lord Montgomerie and Kilwinning, ^ Baron Ardrossan 1806); born 
1812, (son of Archibald Lord Montgomerie, eldest son of the last 
Earl, by Lady Mary, only surviving child of Arch. 11th EarlJ 
succeeded his grandfather'll ugh, 12th Earl, 1819. A minor. 

1509. ARCHIBALD KENNEDY, Earl of Cassillis , Lord 
Kennedy, (Lord Ailsa 1806 /, son of Archibald Earl of Cassillis, 
by Miss Watts; succeeded his father in 1794; he married, in 1793, 
Margaret, daughter of Mr. Erskine of Dun. Issue, Archibald 
Lorn Kennedy, (married 1814 to Miss Allardyce of Dunnottar—. 
Issue) another son, and four daughters. 

1561. FRANCIS STUART, Earl of Moray, Lord Doune, 
(Lord Stuart of Castlestuart 17 ( J6), Lord Lieutenant of Elginshire, 
(son of Francis Earl of Moray, by Jean, daughter of Lord Gray); 








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succeeded his father in 1810; married, 1st, in 1795, Lucy, second 
daughter of the late Gen. Scott of Balcoinie, who died in 1798; 
^d, in 1801, Margaret, daughter of Sir Philip Ainslie. Issue. 

1601. ALEXANDER HOME RAMEY, Earl of Home, 
Lord Dunglas 9 , Lord Lieutenant of Berw ickshire, Colonel of its 
militia, (son to Alex. Earl of Home, by Miss Ramey of Great 
Yarmouth); born 1769, succeeded his father in 1786; married, 
in 1798, Lady Elizabeth, 2d dr. of Henry D. of Buccleugh. Issue. 

1606. THOMAS LYON BOWES, Earl of Strathmore, Lord 
Glammis, (Baron Bowes, 1815), son to John Earl of Strathmore, 
bv Miss Bowes, daughter of Mr. Bowes of Gibside); succeeded 
his brother John, t*e late Earl, in 1820. Married, 1st, Miss Car¬ 
penter, issue ; 2d, Willvelmioa, daughter of J. Cheape of Sauchie, 
and dowager of Sir Alexander Campbell of A rdk inglass. 

1606. JAMES HAMILTON, Earl of Abercorn, Lord 
Paisley, (Marquis of Abercorn in Great Britain, 1790, Viscount 
Strabane in Ireland) son of James Vise, Hamilton, by Lady Har¬ 
riet, daughter of the Hon. John Douglas, (now Css. of Aberdeen) 
born in 1811 : sue. his grandfather, John Janies, in lbl8. Minor. 

1619. THOMAS ERSKLNE, Earl of Kellie, Viscount 
Fenton, (premier Viscount of Scotland;, Commander of his Swe¬ 
dish Majesty’s order of Gustavus Vasa, Lord Lieutenant of the 
county of Fife, (son to Sir David Erskine of Cambo), succeeded 
his nephew in 1799. Married, in 1771, Miss Gordon, daughter of 
Capt. Gordon of Ardoch, and has no issue. 

1619. CHARLES HAMILTON, Earl of Haddington, Lord 
Binning, (son ot Thomas Earl of Haddington, by Miss Holt), Lord 
Lieutenant of Haddingtonshire; horn in 1753, succeeded his father 
in 1794. lie married Lady Sophia, sister to the Earl of Hopetoun, 
1779, who died in 1813. Issue, Lord Binning, who married, in 
1602, Lady Maria Parker, daughter ot the Earl of Macclesfield. 

1623. GEORGE STEWART, Earl of Galloway, Vis. Garlics, 
(Lord Stewart o! Garlies, 1796\ K.T. Lord Lieut, of Wigtonshire 
and Kirkcudbright, a Vire-Adm. of the White, (son to John Earl 
of Galloway, by Anne, daughter of Sir James UashwoodU suc¬ 
ceeded his father in 1806. Married, in 1797, Lady Jane, sister of 
the Marquis of Anglesey. Issue. 

1623. JAMES MAITLAND, Earl of Lauderdale. Viscount 
Maitland, &c. (Lord Lauderdale ofThirlstane 1806) K.T. a Privy 
Counsellor, and Heritable Standard Bearer, (son of Jaynes Earl of 
Lauderdale, by Miss Lombe, daughter of Sir Thomas Lombe); 
succeeded his father in 1789. He married, in 1782, Eleanor, only 
child of Ant. Todd, Esq. Issue. 

1633. THOMAS ROBERT HAY, Earl of Kinnoull, Vis¬ 
count Dtipplin, ( Lord Hay of Pcdwarden, 1711), Lord Lyon King 
at Arms, Colonel of the Perthshire militia, (son of Robert Earl of 
Kinnoul, by Anne, daughter of the Right Hon. Thomas Harley) ; 
born in 1785; succeeded his father in i80L 

1633. JOHN CRICHTON STUART, Earl of Dumfries , 





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Lord Crichton, and 1703, Earl of Bute, Viscount Mountstuart, 
(created in 1796, Marquis of Bute, Earl of Windsor, and Viscount 
Mountjoy, also Lord Cardiff in 1776), Lord Lieutenant of the coun¬ 
ties or Bute and Glamoi gan, and Heritable Constable of the Castle 
of Rothsav, (son of John Viscount Mountstuart, son of the last 
Marquis of Bute, by Lady Penelope Crichton, only daughter of 
Patrick last Earl of Dumfries); born 1793? succeeded his mater¬ 
nal grandfather, as Earl of Dumfries, in 1803, and his paternal 
grandfather, as Marquis and Earl of Bute, in 1814. Married, in 
ISIS, Lady Maria, daughter of the late Earl of Guildford. His 
onlv brother, Patrick Janies Herbert, is presumptive heir 

1633. THOMAS BRUCE, Earl of Elgin and Kincardine , 
Lord Bruce, a Privy Counsellor, Knight of the Crescent, a Lieut.- 
General, (son of Charles Earl of Elgin, by Miss White of London); 
bom in 1766, succeeded his brother 1771. Married, 1st, in 1799, 
Miss Nisbet, only daughter of William Hamilton Nisbet, Esq. of 
Dirleton, (divorced in 1808). Issue , A son and four daughters.— 
Married, 2d, in 1810, Miss E. Oswald, daughter of James Town¬ 
send Oswald, Esq. of Dunnikier. Issue. 

1633. CH ARLES STU ART, Earl of Traquair, Lord Lin¬ 
ton, (a Roman Catholic), son to John Earl of Traquair, by a 
daughter of Sir Peter Anstruther of Anstrutherfield, succeeded his 
father in 1779. He married Miss Mary Ravenscroft 1773, who 
died in 1796. Issue, Lord Linton, born 1781, and a daughter. 

1633. FRANCIS WEMYSS CHARTER1S DOUGLAS, 
Earl of Wemyss and March , Lord Eleho, ^Lord Wemyss, 1821) 
Lord Lieutenant of Peeblesshire, son of Francis Lord Eleho, by 
Miss Susan Keck; succeeded his grandfather Francis Earl of 
Wemyss in 1808. Married, in 1794, Margaret, daughter of Wal. 
Campbell, Esq. of Shawfield. Issue. 

1633. GEORGE RxAMSAY, Earl of Dalhousie , Lord Ram¬ 
say, (Baron Dalhousie. 1815) G.C.B. a Lieutenant-General in the 
army, (son to George the late Earl, by Miss Glen); born 1770, 
and succeeded his father in 1787. Married Miss Brown of Coals- 
ton. Issue. 

1637. JAMES OGILVY, Earl of Findlaler, died, in 1811, 
without issue. Claim now before the House of Lords. 

1639. DAVID OGILVY, Earl of Mrly , Lord Ogilvy, (son 
of Walter Earl of Airly, by Jean, daughter of Dr John Ogilvy,) 
succeeded his father in 1819. Married, in 1812, Clementina, dr. 
of Gavin Drummond, Esq. Issue, several daughters. In depen¬ 
dence before the House of Lords. 

1641. DAVID LESLIE, Earl of Leven and Melville, Vise. 
Balgonie. &c. a Captain in the Royal Navy, (son to Alex, last 
E^ari by Jane, daughter of John Thornton of Clapham, Surry, 
(w'hodied 1818); born 1786, succeeded his father 1820 ; married, 
in 1824, Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Sir Arch. Campbell of Suc- 
coth, Bart. Issue. 

1646. THOMAS JAMES DOUGLAS, Earl of Selkirk, Lord 






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Daer, (son to Thomas, last Earl,by Jean, daughter of James Wed- 
rierburn Colville, Esq.) born!809. Succeeded his father in 3820. 

1617. WILLIAM CARNEGIE, Earl of Northesk. Lord 
Rosehiil, G.C.B. an Admiral, (son to George E. of Northesk, by a 
daughter of the late Earl of Leven); born 1758, succeeded his fa¬ 
ther in 1792. lie married M iss Rickets-of Longwood, Hants, niece 
to the Earl of St V incent, in 1789. Issue. 

165?. JAMES LINDSAY, Earl of Balcarras, Lord Lindsay 
of Cummcrland, (son of Alexander Earl of Balcarras, by Eliza¬ 
beth, daughter of Charles Dalrymple, Esq.); horn 178.4; suc¬ 
ceeded his father in 1825 Married, in 1811, Maria Erances, 
daughter of Lord Muncaster. Issue. 

3660. GEORGE GORDON, Earl of Jboyne, Lord Strath- 
avon, (Baron Meldrum of Morven, 1815), Colonel of the Aber¬ 
deenshire militia, (son to Charles, last Earl, by Lady Margaret, 
daughter of Alex. Earl of Galloway); born 1/61, succeeded his 
father in 1794. Married, 1791, Miss Cope, 2d daughter of Sir Clia. 
Cope, Bt. Issue, several sons and daughters. 

1661. FRANCIS EYRE R. LIVINGSTONE, Earl of 
Newburgh, Viscount Kinnaird, (a Roman Catholic); born in 1762; 
Mtn of Francis Eyre, Esq. of W alworth Castle, Northampton, by 
Mary,sister of James Bartholomew, 3d Earl of Newburgh; suc¬ 
ceeded his cousin. Anth. James Radclift’Livingstone, last Earl, in 
1834. Married, 17.87, Dorothy, dr. of John (dad win. Esq. Issue. 

1669. ARCHIBALD COCHRANE, Earl of Dundonald, 
Lord Cochrane, Gon of Thomas Earl of Dundonald); succeeded 
his father in 1778. Married, in 1774, Anne, daughter of Cap¬ 
tain Gilchrist, who died in 1784, and left issue , Lord Cochrane, 
and several other children; 2d, in 1788, Mrs Mayne of Loudon, 
who died 1809, without issue; 3d, in 1819, Anne Maria, eldest 
daughter of F. Plowden, Esq. who died 1822. Issue , a daughter. 

1677. ANTHONY ADRLAN KEITH FALCONER, Earl 
ofKintore , Lord Inverury, and, 1647. Lord Halkerston, (sou of 
William Earl ofKintore, by Maria, daughter of Sir Alex. Ban- 
nerman); born in 1794; succeeded hisfatherin 1812. Married, in 
3RI7, Miss Juliet Renny, daughter of the late Robert Renny, Esq. 
of Borrowfield, who died in 1819. Married, 2d, in 1821, Louisa, 
daughter of Francis Hawkins, Esq. Issue. 

1678. JOHN CAMPBELL, Earl of Breadalbane, Viscount 
Glenorchv, &c. (Lord Breadalbane of Taymouth, 1806), a Lieut.- 
General, (son of Colin ( ampbell, Esq. of Carwhiu); born 1762, 
succeeded his cousin in 1782. He married Miss Gavin of Langton. 

in 1793. Issue _His only son, John, Viscount Glenorchv, was 

married, 1821, to Eliza,daughter of George Kaillieot Jerviswood. 

1682. G EORGE11A M l LTON GORDON, Earl of Aberdeen, 
Vise. Foimartine, Lord Haddo, (Vise. Gordon, 18.14), Sic. K. 'l. a 
Privy Counsellor, son of the late Lord Haddo, by Charles, daugh¬ 
ter of Mr. Baird ofNewhyth; born 1784, succeeded hts grand¬ 
father in 1801. Married, in 1805, Lady Catherine Hamilton, 





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daughter of the Marquis of Abercom, who died in 1812. Issue , 
one daughter. Married, 2d, in 1815, Harriet, Viscountess Ha¬ 
milton, widow of Viscount Hamilton, and daughter of the Hou. | 
John Douglas. Issue. 

1686. GEORGE MURRAY, Earl of Dunmore, Viscount 
Fincastle, Lord Murray, (son to John Kari of Dunmore, by Lady 
Charlotte, daughter of the late Earl of Galloway); succeeded hi» 
father in 1809. Married, in 1803, Lady Susan Hamilton, daughter 
of the Duke of Hamilton. Issue. 

1697. HUGH HUME, third Earl of Marchmont, died with¬ 
out issue male, 1794. The title being to heirs male whatsoever, 
Sir Alexander Home, Bart was served heir to Patrick first Earl 
of Marchmont, in 1799,and his right to the Earldom is now, by a 
reference from the King, under the revisal of the House of Lords. 

1701. LEWIS ALEXANDER GRANT OG1LVY, Earl 
of Seafield, and Viscount Redhaven, a Baronet, (son of Sir James 
Grant of Grant); succeeded to these titles in 1811, on the death of 
James Earl of Findlaterand Seafield. Unmarried. Col. the Hon. 
Francis William Grant, M. P. who married Mary Ann, daughter 
of J. C. Dun, Esq. and has issue, is presumptive heir. 

1703. JOHN W. H DALRYMPLE, Earl of Stair, Vise, 
Dalrymple, (son of General the Hon. William Dalrymple, by 
Marianne Dorothy, 2d daughter of Sir Robert Uarkland, bt.) 5 
born 1784; succeeded his unde, John, the Last Earl, in 1821. 

1703. ARCHIBALD JOHN PRIMROSE, Earl of Rose- 
berry, Lord Dalmeny, &c. (son of Neil, last Earl, by Mary, only 
daughter of Sir Francis Vincent;; born in 1783; succeeded his 
father in 1814. Married, in 1808, Harriet, second daughter of the 
Hon. Bartholomew Bouverie, and by her has issue. Two sons and 
two daughters, (divorced 1815); 2d, in 1819, Anne, eldest daugh¬ 
ter of the late Viscount Anson. Jssue. 

1703. GEORGE BOYLE, Earl of Glasgow, Viscount Kel- 
burn. Lord Boyle, (Baron Ross, 1815), Lord Lieutenant of Ayr¬ 
shire, (son of John, Earl of Glasgow, by Elizabeth, daughter of 
Geo. Lord Ross); born 1765, succeeded his father in 1775. Mar¬ 
ried, in 1788, Lady Augusta, aunt to the Earl of Errol, who died 
id 1822. Issue, one son and two daughters. 2d, in 1824, Julia, 
daughter of the Right Hon. Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster. 

1703. THOMAS CHARLES COLLIER, Earl of Portmore, 
Viscount Milsington, Lord Portraore, (son to William Earl of 
Portmore, by Lady Mary Leslie, sister to the late Countess of 
Rothes; born 1772; succeeded his father in 1823. Married, in 
1793, Lady Mary Elizabeth Bertie, only daughter of the last 
Duke of Ancaster, who died in 1797. His brother, William, is 
presumptive heir. 

1703. JOHN HOPE, Earl of Hopetoun, Viscount Airthrie, 
Lord Hope, (Lord Hopetoun, 1809, Lord Niddry 1814); (son to 
John Earl of Hopetoun, by Louisa Dorothea, third daughter of 
Sir John Wedderburo of Ballendean); born 1803; succeeded bis 







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father 1823. Married, in 1826, the II«n. Louisa Bosville Mac¬ 
donald, eldest daughter of Lord Macdonald. 


VI SCO (JTS TS. —6. 

1620. LUCIUS CAIIEY, Viscount Falkland , Lord Carey, 
(son of Charles, last Viscount Falkland, by Miss Anton, who died 
in 1822;! born in 1803; succeeded his father in 1809. 

1621, WILLIAM MURRAY, Viscount Stormont , Lord 
Scone, Sic. (lari Mansfield, 1792), Heritable Keeper of the palace 
of Scone, 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. Married, in 1797, Miss Markham, daughter ot 
the last. Archbishop of Y ork. Issue. Several sons and daughters. 

1633. JOHN GORDON, Viscount of Kenmure. Lord Loch- 
envar, (son of John Gordon of Kenmure, Esq. by Lady Frances 
Mackenzie, daughter of the Fari of Seaforth) ; born 1750 : mar¬ 
ried, 1781, Miss Morgan, vrhodied 1815. No issue. 

1641. JOHN ARBUTHNOT, Viscount Jrbuihnot. , Lord In¬ 
verbervie, Lord Lieutenant of Kincardineshire, (son of J. the late 
Viscount, by Isabella, daughter of Mr. Graham of Morphie); 
born in 1777; succeeded his father in 1800. Married, in 1805, 
Margaret, daughter of Walter, Earl of Airly. Issue, Several sons 
and daughters. 

1662. GKO. W. F. OSBORNE, Viscount Dumblane , (D. 
of Leeds, 1694), son of Francis 1). of Leeds, by Amelia, daughter 
of the Farl of Holderness; born 1775, succeeded his father in 1799. 
He married, in 1794, Lady C. Townshend, daughter of Marquis 
Townshend. Issue. 

1686. JAMES DRUMMOND, Viscount of Strathallan, Lord 
Drummond of Cromlix, Baron Maderty 1G09, (son of the Jlon. 
William Drummond, by Anne, daughter of Colonel David 
Nairne) ; married. 1809, the Lady Amelia Sophia Murray, se¬ 
cond daughter of John Duke of Atholl. Issue • 


BORONS.- 25. 

1440. JAMES OCHONCHAR FORBES, Lord Forbes, 
a General, and Colonel of the 21st foot. Lord High Commissioner 
"to the General Assembly, (son of James Lord Forbes, by Catha¬ 
rine, daughter of Sir Robert lnnes); born in 1765 ; succeeded bis 
father in 1804. Married, in 1792, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 
Walter Hunter of Polmood. Issue . 

1445. ALEX. GEO. FRASER, Lord Saltoun , (son of Alex. 
Lord Saltoun, by Miss Fraser, daughter of Simon Fraser, Esq. 
merchant in London); born 1785, succeeded his father in 1793, 
Married, in 1815, Catherine, daughter of Edward Lord Thurlow. 
lias one brother, Win. married; (issue, a son) and two sisters. 

1445. FRANCIS GRAY, Lord Gray , (son of John Lord 
Gray, by Miss Blair of Kinfauns) ; born 1765, succeeded his bro- 







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ther in 1807. Married, 13th February, 1734, Marv Ann, only 
daughter of Major Johnstone, of the 63d regiment {of foot. Issue. 

1445. WILLIAM SC1IAW CATHCART, Lord CrMicart} 
K. T. (Viscount Cathcart in 1807, and Earl Cat heart in 1814), 
Vice-Admiral of Scotland, a Privy Counsellor, a General, Col.' 
of the 2d life guards, Knight of tiie Russian order of St Alexander 
Newsky, &c. (sou ot Charles Lord Cathcart, by Jean,daughter of 
Lord Arch. Hamilton); born in 1755; succeeded his father in 
1776, and married Miss Eliz. Elliott of New York, in 1799. 
Issue, Charles Lord Greenock, born 1783, (mar. 1818, Henrietta, 
2d dr. of T. Mather, Esq. ;> three other sons and three daughters. 

1488. CHARLES ST. CLAIR, Lord Sinclair, (son of And. 
St. Clair of Hermandston, Esq. by Elizabeth, daughter of John 
Rutherford, Esq. of Edgerston); born 1758, succeeded to the title 
in 1782, by a decree of the House of Lords. Married, in 1852, 5 
Miss Chisholme, daughter of James Chisholme, Esq. of Chisholme, 
who died in 1814; issue, several sons and a daughter; 2d, in 1816, 
Isabella, daughter of Alex, (’hatto of Mainhouse. Issue . 

1489. HUGH S EM PILL, Lord Sempill, (son of Joint Lord 
Sempill, by Miss Dunlop of Bishapton); b<>ro 175S, succeeded his 
father in 1782. Married, in 1787, Miss Mellish, daughter of Chas. 
Mellish of Ragnal, who died in 1807. Issue- 

1509. JOHN ELPHINSTONE, Lord Elpkinstone , (son of 
John Lord Elphinstone, by Lady Dowager Carmichael, daughter 
of C. Elliot, Esq.) ; born 1807; succeeded his father 1813. A minor. 

1509. JAMES S ANDLLANOS, Lord Torphichen , (son of 
the Hon. Robert SandHands by Grizel, daughter of Sir T. Kilpa¬ 
trick ; succeeded his cousin 1815; married Miss M. D. Stirling of 
Kippendavie. Issue. 

1509. MARK SOMERVILLE, Lord Somerville , (son of 1 
the Hon. H. Somerville); born in 1791; sue. his half brother 
in 1819. Unmarried. 

1606. ROBERT WALTER STEWART, Lord Blantyre, , 
Lord Lieutenant of Renfrewshire, a iVlaj. Gen. C.B. (son of Alex. 
Lord Blantyre, by Catharine, daughter of i\ Lindsay of Eagles- 
cairny); born 1775, succeeded his father in 1783. Married, in 
1813, Frances, 2d daughter of Mon. John Rodney. Issue. * : 

1609. JOHN COLVILLE, Lord Colville of Culross. a Rear 
Adtn. born 1768, (son to John Lord Colville, by Miss Webber); 
succeeded his father in 1811. He married, in 1790, Elizabeth,sis¬ 
ter of Sir F. Ford, Bart. Presumptive heir, Lt.-Gen. Sir Chas. 
Colville, his brother. 

1609. JAMES EDWARD CRANSTON, Lord Cranston , 
(soa of James, last Lord, by Miss Macnamara, daughter of John 
Macnamara, Esq. of St. Christophers,) born in 1809: succeeded 
his father in 1818. A minor. 

1327. WILLIAM JOHN NAPIER, Lord Napier, (son of 
Francis Lord Napier, by Maria Margaret, .eldest daughter of Sir 
John Clavering, who died 1821; born' in 1786; succeeded his fa- 







father in 1823. He married, in 1816, Miss Cochrane Johnstone. 
Issue , two sons and three daughters. 

1627. BRY AN FAIRFAX, Lord Fairfax of Cameron , 3d 
son of VVm. Fairfax, who was settled in New England, is in holy 
orders, and succeeded his cousin, Robert, in 1793. Married Miss 
Elizabeth Cary, and has mwe, several sons. 

162S. ERIC MACKAY, Lord Reay, (son of the Hon. Geo. 
Mack ay of Skibo, by Anne Sutherland, daughter of Eric, only son 
°f Eric. Eord DuH’us); born 1773; succeeded his cousin Hugh in 
1797. Unmarried. His brother, Alexander, is presumptive heir, 
who married in 1809, and has issue. 

1628. WALTER HUTCHINSON ASTON, Lord Aston , 
sonof Walter, Lord Aston, by Anne, daughter of Peter Hutchin¬ 
son, Esq. born in 1769 : in holy orders. He succeeded his father in 
1805. Married, 1802, Elizabeth, dr. of Ur. Haines. No issue. 

1633. JAMES WALTER GR1MSTON, Lord Forrester of 
Corstorphine , (Lord Viscount Grimston in Ireland, and Lord Ve- 
rulam in England); born in 1775; succeeded Anna Maria, Ba¬ 
roness Fori ester, his cousin, in 1808. Married, in 1807, Lady 
Charlotte, daughter of the late Earl of Liverpool. Issue. 

1635. SHOLTO M‘LELLAN, Lord Kirkcudbright , (son of 
.lohn Lord Kirkcudbright, by Miss Bannister of Hampshire); 
borninl771 ; succeeded his father in 1801. Married, 1820, Miss 
Cantes. His brother, Camden Grey, is presumptive heir. 

1643. ALEXANDER MURRAY, Lord FAibank , son of 
Alexander, last Lord, whom he succeeded 1820, by Mary Clara, 
daughter of the Hon. Colonel Montolieu. Married in 1803, Janet, 
only child of John Oliphant of Bachilton. Issue. 

1647 The title of Lord Carmichael , formerly conjoined with 
Earl ofHyndford, (now extinct), is claimed by Colonel Sir James 
Carmichael Smyth, Bart. Royal Engineers, ft. 

1648. ROBERT MONTGOMERY HAMILTON, Lord 
Jielhaven and Slenton, (sou of William Lord Belhaven, by Pe¬ 
nelope, daughter of Mr. McDonald of Clanronald); horn in 
1793; succeeded his father in 1814 ; married, 1816, Miss Hamilton 
Campbell, daughter of Walter Campbell of Shaw Held. 

1651. JOHN ROLLO, Lord Kollo , (son of James Lord 
Rollo, by Mary, daughter of John Ay ton of Inchdarnie); horn 
1773, succeeded his father 1783. Married, in 1806, Agnes, daugh¬ 
ter of William Greig, Esq. Issue. 

1651. JAMES RUTHVEN, Lord Ruthven, (son of the last 
Lord, by Lady Mary, daughter of Earl of Leven); born 1777, suc¬ 
ceeded his father 1789. Married, 1815, Mary, daughter of Walter 
Carttpbell of Shaw field. 

1681. WILLIAM MURRAY NAIRNE, Lord Nairne , 
(sonof the Honourable John Nairne, by Brabazon, daughter of 
J. Wheeler, Esq. of Lyrathj; born 1757, married 1806, C aroline, 
third daughter of Laurence Oliphant, Esq. of Gask. Issue , 
William, born in 1808. 


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1682. CHARLES KINNAIRD, Lord Kinnaird , (son df ; 
George Lord Kinnaird, by Miss Ransom, daughter of Mr. Ran¬ 
som, merchant in London) born in 1780; succeeded his father in j 
1805. Married, in 1806, Lady Olivia L. Fitzgerald, sister to the : 
Duke of Leinster. Issue. 


PEERESSES in their men Right.— 4. 

1275. ELIZABETH SUTHERLAND, Countess of Suth¬ 
erland ,, Baroness Strathnaver, and Premier Peeress of Scotland, f 
(daughter of Wm. 21st Earl of Sutherland, by Miss Maxwell, 
daughter of Mr. Maxwell of Preston); born 1765, succeeded her , 
father in 1766. She married, in 1785, the Marquis of Stafford. 
Issue , Two sons and two daughters. . j 

1633. FLORA (’AMP BELL, Countess of Loudon, Baronea • 
Mauchline, (only child of James, last Earl, by Flora, daughter of , 
John M‘Leod of Rasay); born 1780, succeeded her father 1786. | 
Married, in 1801, Francis Marquis of Hastings, &c. Issue, One 
son and four daughters. 

1646. LOUISA TOLLEMACHE, Countess of Dysart, Ba* • 
roness Huntingtower, succeeded her brother Wilbraham 1821. 
Married, in 1770, John Manners, Esq. grandson of John, first " 
Duke of Rutland, (died 1792), by whom she has issue , Lord * 
Hiintingmwer; married, in 1790, Catherine, daughter of Francis 
Gray, Esq. Issue. 

1695. MARY HAMILTON, Countess of Orkney, Viscoun-: 
tess Kirkwall, &c. ^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. Fifzmaurice, 
uncle of the Marquis of Lansdown, who died in 1793. Issue. 


BRITISH PEERS 

Connectedwith Scotland —not Scots Peers. 

1716. Portland — WILLIAM HENRY CAVENDISH 
SCOTT BENTINCK, Duke of Portland, Marquis of Titchfield, 
&c. Lord Lieutenant of M iddlesex, son of William Henry, last .j 
Duke, by Lady Dorothy, daughter of William 4th Duke of De¬ 
vonshire, bom 1768: succeeded his father 1807 : married in 1795, 1 
Henrietta, eldest daughter and co-heiress of Major-Gen. John J 
Scott, of Balcombie. Issue. 

1786. Stafford—GEO RG E GRANVILLE LEVESON 

GOWER, K. G. Marquis of Stafford, &c. a Privy Counsellor, ' 
and Lord Lieutenant of Sutherlaudshiie, son of thejafe Marqub 1 
of Stafford, by Lady Louisa Egerton, sister of the last Duke of - 
Bridgewater; born in 1758; succeeded his father in 1803. He 1 
married, in 1785, the Countess of Sutherland, by whom he has 
issue. 

1816. Hastings —FRANCIS RAWDON HASTINGS, Mar > 
quis of Hastings, Earl of Rawdon, Viscount Loudon, (Lord Ha<t- ’ 
ings 1461, Lord Rawdon 1783), Earl of Moira in Ireland), K.G, 











and K G.C.B. a Privy Counsellor, a General, Constable of the 
. Tower of London, (son of John Karl of Moira, by Lady Klizabeth, 
• sister to the late Earl of Huntingdon); born in 1754; succeeded 
his father in 1793. Mar. 1804, f lora, Countess of Loudon. Issue. 

1801. Rosslyn—J AMES ST. CLAIR ERSKJNE, Earl of 
Rosslyn, Lord lioughborough, Bart. Director of the Chancery in 
Scotland, and a General, son of Sir Henry Krskine, by Janet, sis- 
ter to the late Earl of Rosslyn; succeeded his uncle in 1805. Mar¬ 
ried Miss Bouverie, daughter of the Hon. Edw ard Bouverie, and 
cousin to the Earl ot Radnor, who died in 1810. Issue. 

1813. Minto —GILBERT ELLIOT, Earl of Minto, Viscount 
Melgund, son of Gilbert, first Earl of Minto; born in 178?, suc¬ 
ceeded his father in 1814. Married in 1806, Mary, daughter of 
Mr. Brydone, of Lennel House, Berwickshire. Issue. 

1797. Duncan— ROBERT DUNCAN, Viscount Duncan of 
i Carapetdown, and Baron Duncan of Lundie, son of Admiral Lord 
j Viscount Duncan, by Miss Dundas, daughter of the late Lord Pre¬ 
sident Dundas; succeeded his father in 1804. Married, in 1805, 

, Janet, dr. of the late Sir H. Dalrvmple, North Berwick. Issue. 

1802. Melville— ROBERT DUNDAS, Viscount Melville of 
. Melville Castle, and Baron Dunira,a Privy Counsellor, Lord Privy 

Seal for Scotland, Governor of the Bank of Scotland, First Lord of 
; the Admiralty, Chancellor of the University of St. Andrew’s, &c. 
son of the late Viscount Melville, by Miss Rannie, daughter of 
i Capt. Rannie of Melville; born in 1771, and succeeded his father 
. in 1811. Married, 1796, Miss Saunders, daughter and co-heiress 
of Huck Saunders, M.D. Issue , several sons and a daughter. 

1784. Gordon —GEORGE GORDON, Lord Gordon, Marquis 
of Huntly, G.C.B. only son of the Duke of Gordon, Lord Lieut, 
of Aberdeenshire, Chancellor of Marischal College, Aberdeen, a 
General, and Colonel of the 1st regt. of foot, summoned by w rit 
in 1807; born in 1770. Married, in 1813, Miss Brodie, only 
daughter of the late Alex. Brodie of the Burn. N o issue. 

1786. Montagu— HENRY JAMES MONTAGU, Lord Mon¬ 
tagu, 2d son of the late Duke of Buccleugh, by Elizabeth, only 
daughter of the last Duke of Montagu; horn in 1776. Married, 
in 1804, the Hon. Miss Douglas, eldest daughter of Lord Douglas. 
Issue. 

1790. Donatos—ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, Lord Douglas 
of Douglas, Lord Lieutenant of Forfarshire, son of Sir John 
Stewart of Grandtully, Bart, bv Lady Jane Douglas, only sister 
of the last Duke of Douglas, and thus representative of the ancient 
Scottish family of Douglas. He married, 1st, in 1771, Lady l ucy 
Graham, sister of the present Duke of Montrose, who died in 1779, 
by w hom he has Archibald, Colonel of the Forfar and Kincardine 
militia,and Charles,and Lady Montagu : 2d, in 1785, Lady Frances 
Scott, sister of the late Duke of Buccleugh, by whom he has se¬ 
veral sons and daughters. 

1794. Dundas —LAURENCE DUNDAS, Lord Dundas, {son 





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of Thomas, Lord Dundas, by Lady Charlotte, sister of Wm. Fart 
Fitz william. Succeeded his father in 1820. Married Miss Hate, 
daughter of General Hale. Issue. 

17%. Gwydir — PETER ROBERT DRUMMOND BUR¬ 
RELL, Lord Gwydir, Deputy Great Chamberlain of England, 
a Privy Councillor, (son of Peter, late Lord, by Baroness Wil¬ 
loughby de Eresby): born 1782: sue. his father in 1820; mar. 1807^ 
Clementina, only surviving child and heiress of James Lord Perth. 
Issue. 

1796. Cawdor —JOHN FREDERICK CAMPBELL, Lord 
Cawdor, (son of John, last Lord, by Lady Caroline, daughter of 
the Earl of Carlisle); born 1790; succeeded his father in 1S21J 
Mar. in 1816, Ladv Eliz. Thyntie, dr. of the Marq. of Bath Issue. 

1801. Abcrcromby-G EORGE A BKRCROMB Y, Lord Aber- 
cromby of Aboukir, son of General Sir Ralph Abercromby, K.B. 
by Mary Anne, daughter of John Menzies of Fernton, Baroness in 
herowa right, whom he succeeded 1821. Married, in 1799, Mon. 
tague, sister of Viscount Melville. Issue , George Ralph, Captain 
3 d Dragoon Guards, born 1801, and two daughters. 

1806. Erskine —DAVl D MONTAGU ERSKTNE, Lord 
Erskine, (son of Thomas, 1st Lord Erskine, by Frances, daughter 
of Daniel Moore, Esq. who died in 1805); succeeded his father in 
1823; married, 1800, Fanny, daughter of General Cadwallader. 
Issue. 

1814. Lynedoch —THOMAS GRAHAM, Lord Lynedoch, 
G.O.B. a General, (son of Thomas Graham of Balgowan, by Lady 
Christian, daughter of Charles first Earl of Hopetoun, and aunt of 
the late Earl); born in 1750. Married, Mary, sister of Earl 
Cathcart, who died in 1792. No issue. 

1821. Glenlyon—J AMES MURRAY, Lord Glenlyon, a Lord 
of the Bedchamber, a Major-General, and Governor of the Isle 
of Man, (second son of John Duke of Atholl) ; born 1782. Mar. 
in 1810, Lady Emily Frances, sister to the Duke of Northumbefr 
land. Issue, Geo. Atig. Fred. John, and others. 


PEERESSES in their own Right. 

1776. Mansfield— LOUISA CATHCART, Countess of Mans¬ 
field, daughter of Charles Lord Cathcart, by Jane, daughter of 
Lord Arch. Hamilton. Married, 1st, in 1776, David, last Earl of 
Mansfield, Viscount Stormont, by whom she had Issue, The pre¬ 
sent Earl, Geo. Charles, Henry, and a daughter: 2d, in 1797, the 
Hon. R. F. Greville, uncle to the Earl of Warwick. Issue. 

1802. Keith— MARGARET MERCER ELPF1 INSTONE, 
Baroness Keitii of Banheath, (Baroness Keith in Ireland), only 
daughter of Admiral Vise. Keith, by Jane, daughter and sole 
heiress of William Mercer of Aldie, born 1788, succeeded her 
mother 1789, and her father 1823. Married,|1817, Auguste Clias. 
Joseph, Count Mercer de Fluhaultde Billarderie, (in France.) 
Issue , several children. 








209 

IRISH PEERS connected with Scotland. 

1759. Fife —JAMES DU FF, Earl of Fife, Viscount Macduff, 
Baron Braco, K. S. F, Lord Lieutenant of Banffshire; (son of 
Alexander, last Karl, by Mary, daughter of George Skene of 
Skene), succeeded his father in 1811. Married Maria Carolina, 
daughter of the Countess of Dysart, who died 1805. Presump¬ 
tive heir his brother, Lieut-General Hon. Alexander Duff, w ho 
married, in 1812, Anne, daughter of James Stein of Kilbagie, and 
has issue. 

1776. Macdonald—GOT )FREY BOSVHLLE MACDON¬ 
ALD, Lord Macdonald, (son of Alexander, first Lord, by Eliza¬ 
beth Diana, daughter of Godfrey Bosville, Esq.); succeeded 
his brother in 1824. Married, in 1803, Louisa Maria, daughter 
of Farley Edsir, Esq. Issue. 


REPRESENTATIVE PEERS cf SCOTLAND . 


M.QueenlberrylEarl of Kellie 
M.ofTwceddale|Earl of Elgin 
Earl of Etroll IE. of Rofebery 
Earlof Home |Visc. Arbuthnot 


Vise Strathallan 
Lord Forbes 
Lord Saltoun 
Lord Gray 


Lord Sinclair 
Lord Colville 
Lord Napier 
Lord Belhavcn 


PEERS Attainted marked A—Dormant D—Extinct E. 


Dukes. 

Douglas,Douglas, E. 1761 
Marquis. 

I Johnfton, Annandale,2). 179 a 
Earls. 

Lindesay, Craufurd, D. 
a Keith, Marifchal, A. 1715 D. 
Graham, Monteith, D. 
Cunningham, Glencairn, D. 
Maxwell, Nithfdale, A. 1715 
3 Seton, Wintoun, A. 1715 
4 Livingfton, Linlitbgow,yLi 7 i 5 

5 Drummond, Perth, A. 1745 
Fleming, Wigton, D. 

M‘Kenzie, Seafortb, A. 1715 E. 

6 Alexander, Stirling, D. 

7 Carnegie, Southesk, A . 1715 

8 Ogilvie, Findlater, D. 

Ogilvy, Airly, D. 

9 Dalzel, Carnwath, A % 1715 
4 Livingfton, Callender,^?, 1715 
Mauie, Panmure, A , 1715 


S 3 


Douglas, Forfar, E % 
io.Boyd, Kilmarnock, A % 1745 
Douglas, Dumbarton, E. 
Hamilton, Rutherglen, E % 
Douglas, Ruglen, E. 

Home, Dunbar, D, 

II Home, Marchmont, D. 
M‘Kenzie, Cromarty, A % 1745 
Scott, Deloraine, E y 
Campbell, Ilay, E. 

Carmichael, Hyndford, E % 
Viscounts. 

Conftable, Dunbar, E % 

Seaton, Kingflon, A , 1715 
M‘Gill, Oxenford, D % 

Ingram, Irvine, E % 

Livinfton, Kilfyth, A % 1715 
iz Graham, Prefton, D. e 
Cheyne, Newhaven, E % 
Rutheiford,Teviot, E , 1745 
Crawford, Garnock, conj, with 
Crawford, D. 










210 

19 Carmichael of Carmichael, B. 
aoSutherland, DutFus, . 4,1715 
Frafer, Fraler, E. 

Hamilton, Bargeny, E y 
Sandilands, Abercombie, E % 
Colvill, Ochiltree, Z>, 

Carlyle, Carlyle, D . 1473 
Rutherford, Rutherford, Z), 

16 Leflie, Newark, Z), 

Ker, Bellenden, E % 

Churchill, Eymouth, E % 
Abercrombie, Glasford, E % 
Douglas, Mordington, E % 
80gilvy, Banff,/), 1803 


Barons . 

Stewart, Ochiltree, Z), 

13 Oliphant, Oliphant, Zh 

14 Frafer, Lovat, A y 1745 

15 Borthwick,Borthwick,/) 1434 
Rofs, Rofs, E y 
Lindfay, Spynie, Z>, 

16 Leflie, Lindores, Z>. 

Eiphinfton, Balmerino, A % 1745 

17 Balfour, Burleigh, A y 1715 
Drummond, Madderty, E , 

Prefton, Dingwall, A y 1715 
Eiphinfton, Cupar, E % 

Richardfon, Cramond, Z), 

18 Forbes, Pitfligo, A y 1745 

1 Annandale, claimed by J. J. Hope Johnstone, Capt John¬ 
stone of Sackville-stieet, Dublin, and Stewart Souter Johnstone, 

2 Said to be represented by Sir A. Keith of Dunottar&Rav elstone 

3 Said to be represented by the Eatl of Egliuton; and the repre¬ 
sentation also claimed by- Seton, Esq. county of Northumber¬ 

land, and Sir G. Seton of Gairleton. 

4 Both represented by Sir Thomas Livingston of Westquarter. 

5 Repres. by the descendants of Earl Mel fort, settled in France. 

6 Claimed by Alexander Uumphrys Alexander, Esq. as heir of 
Hannah, Countess of Stirling. 

7 Said to be represented by Sir James Carnegie of Southesk. 

8 Both claimed by Sir William Ogilvie of Carnousie, Bart, 
son ofthelateSir William Ogilvie and Christian Pat ison, daughter 
of the late Rev. John Patison, and now before the House of Lords; 

9 Said 10 be represented by Gen. Dalzel, E. I. Co.’s Service. 

10 Said to be repreiented by the Earl of Errol. 

11 In dependence before the House of Lords. 

12 Said to be represented by Sir R. Graham, co. of Cumberland. 

13 Represented by Oliphant of Gask. 

14 Represented by Fraser of Lovat. 

15 Before the House of Lords, on the mutual claims of the late 
Arch. Borthwick, banker iu Edinburgh, and John Borthwick of 
Crookstonc. 

16 Lindores and Newark said to be represented by Sir Charles 
Abraham Leslie of Findrassie. 

17 Representation claimed by Bruce of Kennet, and also by 
Balfour of Ferney. 

18 Claimed by Sir William Forbes, Barf, as heir of line, and 
by Sir Charles Forbes, Barf, ns heir male. 

19 Claimed by Colonel Sir James C. Smith, Bf. R. Engineers. 

20 Represented by Captain James Sutherland. 











211 

KNIGHT BARONETS of SCOTLAND. 


*6 25 

Alexander Earl of Stirling 
James Gordon of Letterfourie 
Rich Jas Strachan of Thornton 
John Earl of Breadalbane 
James Duke of Roxburgh 


Alexander Lord Elibank 
James Lord Forbes 
1629 

William Bruce of Stenhoufe 
William Arnof; of that ilk 
Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw 


C Ledie of Wardes & FindraflieArch Nicolson of Nicolson 


Francis Earl of Wemyfs 
Thomas Livingflone of that ilk 
Godfrey Bos. Lord Macdonald 
R D Colquhoun, Tiliyquhoun 
Francis Gordon of Leimore 
Alexander Ramfay of Balmain 
Robert Douglas of Glenbervie 
David Home of Wedderburn 

1626 

William Forbes of Pitfligo 
William Johnfton of Hilton 
Robert Burnet of Leys 
H MoncriefF Wellwood, d,d, 
William Ogilvie of Carnousie 
John Murray of Hillhead 
John Ogilvy of Inerquharity 
Eric Lord Reay 

1627 

W Maxwell of Caldenvood 
John Marquis of Bute 
George Earl of Galloway 
Jas Cockburn of Langton, ll.d. 
Wm Milliken Napier of Napier 

1628 

Arch Aitchefon of Clancairny, 
Earl Gosford , Ireland 
Thos G Carmichael of Skilling 
Jas Campbell of Auchinbreck 
Jn Innes of Balveny &Edingight 
James Campbell of Aberuchell 
J Campbell of Ardnamurchan 
John Hope of Craighall 
W Buchanan Riddel of that ilk 
Arch Murray of Blackbarony 


James Nicolson of Glenbervie 

1630 

Samuel Hannay of Mochrum 
John Forbes of Craigievar 
Wm C Fairlie of Robertland 
— Richardson of Pencaitland 

1631 

Wm Wardlaw of Pitreavie 
Alex Earl of Caithnefs 
Orford Gordon of Embo 
Fitzroy Maclean of Morvaren 
D. Innes of Orton & Cookstoune 
1633 Pat Balfour of Den mill 

1634 

Hugh Munro of Foulis 
Richard Binghame of Caftlebar, 
Earl of Lucan in Ireland 

1 6 35 

Michael Pilkington of Chevet 
Jo, Hay of Smithfield & Hayston 

1636 

John G Sinclair of Stevcnston 
Nathan. Curzon of Keddleflone, 
Lord Scarsdale 

1637 

Robert Prefton of Valleyfield 
Robert Stewart of Ochiltree, 
Earl Casllestewart in Ireland 
John Dick of Braid 
Geo Abercromby of Birkenbog 

1638 

Robert C. Pollock of Pollock 
Wm Henry Cooper of Gogar 
Ph. Mufgrave of Hayton Castle 







212 


T Longueville of Proftatin 
1639 Robert Turing of Foveran 
1641 

G. T. Pretyman of Loddington, 
d,d. Ld Bp of Winchester 
164 a George Earl of Aberdeen 
1648 Henry Seton of Abercorn 
1651 A John Earl of Roseberry 
1661 GM Ogilvie of Barras 

1663 

James Oarnegy of Southe/k 
John Hay of Park 

1664 

John Murray of Stanhope 
John Earl of Stair 
R Bruce Henderfon of Straiton 
John Sinclair of Longformacus 

1665 

Wm P H Campbell of Purves 
Michael Malcolm of Balbeadie 
Neil Menzies of Castlemenzies 

1666 

James Earl of Rofslyn 
Samuel Stirling of Glorat 
John Wood of Boneytown 
Wm John Lord Napier 
Thomas Earl of Kellie 
William Elliot of Stobs 
Tames Ramfay of Banff 

1667 

MichaclS Stewart of Blackball 
Alexander Don of Newton 

1668 

Charles Marq.of Queensberry 
Robert Barclay of Pierflon 

1669 

Tho Wallace Dunlop of Craigie 
W Cunningham of Caprington 
John Nifbet of Dean 
1671 

Charles Halket of Pitfirrane 
William Cockburn of that iik 


James Home of Blackadder 
William Scott of Ancrum 

1672 

J M Cuninghame of Corsehili 
Charles Rofs of Balnagown 
Wm Jardine of Applegirth 

1673 

Patrick Murray of Ochtertyre 
RCunninghameof Auchenharvie 
George S Mackenzie of Coul 
1675 Wm Hamilton of Preston 

1679 

George Clerk of Pennycuick 
Archibald Earl of Dundonald 

1680 

James Earl of Lauderdale 
James G Baird of Saughtonhall 
1681 Wm Maxwell of Monreith 

1682 

John Maxwell of Pollock 
Archibald Earl of Caflillis 
Alexander Bannerman of Elfick 

1683 

John Pringle of Stitchell 
John H Maxwell of Springkell 
George Stewart of Grandtully 
William Seton of Pitmedden 

1685 

Robert Grierfon of Lag 
Tho Kilpatrick of Closeburn 
Robert Lawrieof Maxwelton 
James Dalyell of Binns 
David Moncrieff of that ilk 

1686 

John Milne of Barnton 
David Kinloch of Gilmerton 
F W Nicholfonof Tillycoultry 
John Benjamin Gordon of Park 
Henry R Calder of Muirton 

1687 

James Stuart of Allanbank 
James Hall of Dunglafs 








213 


PMTbrieplandof Fingalk 

1688 

T D Lander of Fountainhall 
Alexander Grant of Dalvey 
1693 JS Denham of Coltnefs,&c 
1694 

Wm R Dunbar of Mochrum 
Jo. Cartn. Andruther of that ilk 
Ralph Audruther of Balcalkie 
" 1695 Ken Cumming of Coulter 
1697 

William Dunbar of Durn 
John Dalrymple of Crandon 
Hew H Dalrymple* N, Berwick 

1700 

Hector Mackenzie of Gairloch 
John Forbes of Fovevan 
Gilbert Elliot, Earl of Minto. 
GF Johnstone of Weflerhall 

1701 

John P Dalrymple of Hailes 
Arch Dunbar of Northficld 
170 a 

W A Cuningham of Millcraig 


James Grant,Suttie of Balgonie 

1705 

James WMackenzie of Skatwell 
Andrew Cathcart of Carleton 
James Fergusson of Kilkerran 
John Reid of Barra * 

1704 

Murray Count of Melgun 
Lewis Alex Earl of Seaficld 
James Wemyfs of Bogie 
John Sinclair of Dunbeath 
Alex Wedderburn of Blackness 

1705 

James Grant of Mo ny mu Ik 
Thos Wm Holburne of Kirfhie 

1706 

John Gordon of Earlfton 
James Naefmith of PofTo 
Benjamin Dunbar of Hempriggs 

1707 

Robert K Dick of Ptefton field 
Robert Stewart of Tillicoultry 
William Craigie of Gairsay 


BARONETS of Great Britain connected with Scotland. 


1715 Warrender of Lochend 
177.4 Mitchell of Wedflrore 
1762 Lord Dundas 

1774 Montgomery, Macbiehill 
Edmonftone of Dnntreath 

1775 Leith of Burgh St. Peter, 

Norfolk 

1776 Douglas of Cars 
1778 Riddell of Ardnamurchan 
1781 Crawford, Kerfe& Gregan 
1786 Sinclair of Ulbfter 

Colquhoun of Lufs 
Douglas, Springwoodpark 
Blair of Brownhill 
1788 Miller, Lord Glenlee 
1791 Erfkine of Torry 


1792 Stirling of Mansfield 

1793 Manners of Buckminster 

1794 Pasley of Craig 

1795 Macgregor of Macgregor 
Johnftone, Hacknefs Hall 

1798 Hay of Park Place 

1800 Stirling of Falkine 

1801 Montgomery of Stanhope 

1803 Wedderburn of Ballendean 

1804 Honyman of Armadale 
Gordon, Altyre & Gordon. 
Maxwell of Cardoness 
Fetres of Comelybank 
Rae of St Catherine’s 

1805 Mackenzie of Delvin 

1806 Lockhart of Lee 








mmSMSBm 


Ramfay of Balmain 
Frafer of Leadclune 
Scott of Sitwell Park 

1808 Campbell of Succoth 
Wood of Gatton 

1809 Baird of Fairnton, g.c.b. 
Irving of Woodhoufe 
Shaw of Kilmarnock 

18 x 2 Blane of Blanefield, m.d, 
M‘ Kenzie of Fairburn 

1813 Alex C Gordon Duff 
Arch Macdonald, Knt, 

1814 Dunbar of Boath, r.n, 
James Wylie, m.d. 

Alex. Campbell, Lt,-gen. 
Hepburn of Smeaton 
Maijoribanks of Lees 

G. Campbell, Lt.-col. 
Steuart of Allanton 


214 

Dundas of Richmond 
Antrobus of Rutherford 
Dalrymple of High Mark 
1815 Cameron of Fassifern 
H. Elphinflon, R. Eng. 
1818 Inres of Lochalsh 

Gibson of Cliftonhall 
J. W. Gordon, k c.b. 

1820 Scott of Abbotsford 

1821 Dundas of Beechwood 
Boswell of Auchinleck 

J Carmichael Smyth, r.b. 
Erskine of Cambo 
Trotter, Westville 

1822 William Arbuthnot 

1823 ForbesofNew&Edinglass ; e 

Reid of Graystone Park 
Baillie ofPolkemmet 
1825 T Munro, Gov. of Madras 


KING'S HOUSEHOLD . 
steward’s department. 

Heritable Master of the Household , His Grace the Duke of Argyll 
Masters —Sir Patrick Walker, Heritable Usher 

Sir John Carmichael Anftruther, Heritable Carver 
Almoner y Rev. John Paton—Robert Paton, Esq. Sub-Almoner 
Marshalls —Earl of Errol, Heritable Lord High Constable 
Sir Alexander Keith, Knight Marshall 
Earl of Lauderdale, Heritable Standard-Bearer 
H. Scrimgeour Wedderburn, Esq. Heril. Roy . Stand.-Bearer 
Seton of Touch, Herit. Armour-bearer , and Squire of the Body 
Body Guard —The Royal Company of Archers—Duke of Mon¬ 
trose, Captain General . (See List) 

Hunt —Ludovick Colquhoun, Falconer 

chamberlain’s department. 

Heritable Chief Usher , Sir Patrick Walker 
Heritable Carver , Sir John Carmichael Anstruther 
Heritable Cup-Bearer , Sir James Carnegie of Southefk 
JVorJcs — Master of Works 

James Davidson, Esq. Clerk of Stores 
Wardrobe —Richard Carter, Keeper of the Wardrobe 
John Fraser, First Under Keeper —David Beaton, Second 










215 

Medical-* A. Duncan, sen. m d. James Home, m.d. Physicians 
George Wood, m.d Apothecary 
Library —John Gillies, d.c.l. & r.R.s. Historiographer 
Robert Jameson, Naturalist and Keeper oj the Museum 
Robert Graham, m.d. Botanist and Keeper of the Garden 
Artists —Robert Reid, Architect —David Wilkie, Limner 
Sir D. H. Blair and John Bruce, Esq. Printers and Stationers 

CHAPEL ROYAL. 

Deans —William Lawrence Brown, d.d .and Dean of the Thistle ; 

John Inglis, d.d. ; Andrew Grant, d.d. ; William Bryce, d.d. 
"Chaplains in Ordinary —T. Sommcrville, d. d. ; Alex. Fleming, 
d.d. ; John Mackenzie, d d .; Duncan Macfarlan, d.d.; David 
Lamont, d d. ; Duncan Mearns, d d. 

KEEPERS of PALACES . 

Duke of Hamilton, Hereditary-Keeper of the Palace of Holy- 
rood —John Macqueen, Esq. deputy keeper 
John Dickie, Esq bailie —John Somerville, clerk 
Bruce of Grangehill— Palace of Falkland 
Earl of Mansfield— Scone 

J. J. Johnstone of Annandale, Esq.— Lochmaben 
Duke of Argyll— Dunsta ffnage, Dunoon, and Carrick 
Sir Thomas Livingfton— Linlithgow 
Marquis of Bute— Castle of Rothsay 


OFFICERS of the CROWN. 

Earl of Errol, lord high constable of Scotland 
Earl of Lauderdale, heritable standard-bearer 
H Scrymgeour Wedderburn, heritable royal standard-bearer 
Sir Alexander Keith, knight marischal 
William Earl Cathcart, vice-admiral , 140 c/ 

James Duke of Montrose, lord justice general, 1000 I 
Right Hon. Charles Hope, lord president , 4300 / 

Right Hon. Sir Samuel Shepherd, lord chief baron, 4000 I 


OFFICERS of STATE. 

The Keeper of Great Seal, Keeper of Privy Seal, Lord Register, 
I,oid Advocate, and Lord Justice Clerk, commissioners for 
keeping the Regalia —Sir Adam Fergusson, deputy 
Duke of Gordon, keeper of the great seal 300 c/—James Saun¬ 
ders Robertson, W.S. deputy keeper —Jas Roy, substitute 
Lord Vifcount Melville, lord privy seal, 3000 1 







216 

Sir Robert Dnndas, deputy keeper —A. Wishnrt, substitute 

James S. Oliphant of Rossic, Esq. writer to the privy seal 

-/Eneas M'Bean WS. deputy 

Right Hon. William Dundas, lord clerk register 

Thomas Thomson, deputy clerk register 

Principal Clerks of Session, deputies to the lord register 

William and George Robertson, deputy keepers of the records 

Right Hon. David Boyle, lord justice clerk, 2000 / 

Right Hon. Sir Win. Rae, Bait, lord advocate , 1500 / 

Dugald Stewart, a.m.f.rss. &c. gazette writer, printer ^ andpub-% 
lisher —Alexander Law'rie, deputy 

CHANCERY OFFICE. 

Earl of Rossjtyn, Director of Chancery 
James Dundas, Depute Director —David Ewart, Clerk 

OFFICERS of the MINT. 

Hon. G Elliott, general, 300 I |J L Grant, counter warden, 60 H 
Henry Alves, matter, 200 I |JS Simpfon, aflay-master, iool ; 


BOARD of 
Sir William Bqbthby, 
Louis Hen. Ferrier and Thomas 
Bruce, Esq. Assist. Commiss, 
Mat Pemberton, fecretary 
John Hamilton, receiver-gen. 
George Gardiner, comptr.-gen. 
John Dinning, folicitor 
John Westgarth, Geo Forrester, 
surveyors general for Scotland 
W. H. Sands, folicitor in couits 1 
of feffion and judiciary 
R Mitford, Efq; agent, London 


CUSTOMS. 

Resident Commissioner. 

Alexr. Cleghorn, inspector-gen. 

of imports and exports 
James Rutherford, fupervisor of 
receiv. general** accounts 
A Will & John Mill, examrs. 
John Grant, Al Fiddes, jerquen 
J H MT.ean, regis. of {hipping, 
and account, of petty receipts 
D Stewart, regift, of feizures 
| J Blackwood, exam of incidents 
James Geddes, storekeeper 


BOARD of EXCISE. 

Sir John C. Mortlock, Resident Commissioner. 
Sam Rose and James Cornwall, William Phipps, assistant 


Assistant Commissioners 
George Pape, secretary 
Richard W Duff, comptroller 


Sir John Sinclair, cafhier 
Hugh Broughton, depute 
Wm. Dehany, solicitor 


R Maughan & D Murray, deps Donald Horn, W.S. agent before 
John Philip Wood, auditor j the court of fcfiion, &c. 











217 


Arch. Scott, solicitor before ad¬ 
miralty and sheriff courts 
Jas Dundas and John Linning, 
accountants-general 


Robt Mitford, agent in London 
James Fletcher, general exam. 

J Letham, D Reid, permit exa. 
J. Linning, cashierto excise fund 


GENERAL POST OFFICE . 

Sir David Wedderburn, Bart. Deputy Postmaster General 
and Cashier . 


IjlVm Young, deputy cashier 
I Augustus Godby, fecretary 
fArch Horn, chief clerk to ditto, 
and registrar of bonds 
J Shearer & C Reeves, surveyots 
George Mason, accomptant 


John Bowie, W.S. solicitor 
Rob. Young, inspector of dead 
and mis-sent letters 
Letter Office. 

J Moule, superintending pres. 
Fr Gibson, 1 st clerk & president 


TAX OFFICE. 


Henry M‘Kenzie, comptroller 
James Mackenzie, assistant 
Francis Wilson, W.S. solicitor 
R. Thomson, A. Waugh, E. J. 
Maughan, J. Murray, Thos. 


Clark, A. Munro, J. Allan, 
Wm M'lntyre, surveyors 
Robt Maughan, Thomas Kydd, 
inspectors 

J.Robertson, resident inspector 


STAMP OFFICE.— ( 1714 .) 

Robert Hepburn, Efq; collector iThomas Pender, jun. comptr. 
John Gray, Esq. deputy [W. Renny, interim folicitor 

COMMISSIONERS OF NORTHERN LIGHT-HOUSES. 
His Majesty’s Advocate and Solicitor-General for Scotland 
The Lord Provost and Eldest Baillie of Edinburgh 
The Lord Provost and Eldest Baillie of Glasgow 
The Provosts of Aberdeen, Inverness, and Campbelton 
The SherifTs-Depute of Edinburgh, Lanark, Renfrew, Bute, 
Argyle, Inverness, Ross, Orkney, Caithness, Aberdeen, Ayr, 
Fife, Forfar, and Wigton 

R Stevenson, engineer—C Cuningham, W.S. sec* 


ROYAL COMPANY OF ARCHERS, 
THE KING’S EODY GUARD. 

His Grace the Duke of Montrose, Captain-General 


Earl of Dalhousie, President 
Sir David Milne, Vice Pres, 
John Linning, Secretary 


David Paterson, Treasurer 
Rev. Dr Lee, Chaplain 
Jas Mackay, Jeweller Med . 













7 /£iL.Lif% 


218 

COURT OF SESSION- 


■ 1533 . 


1811 

1811 


1811 


Clerks. 


James Waddell 

Join Richardson 

John Rhind 
D Abercromby 
Wm Home 

Thos Henderson 


FIRST DIVISION. 

1811 Right Hou. Charles Hope of Granton, 

Lord President , 4300/, 

LORDS, 2000/. each. 

Robert Craigic, I.ord Craigie 
David Robertson Williamson Ewart, 

Lord Balgray 

Adam Gillies, Lord Gillies 
1819 A. Maconochie, Lord Meadowbank 

PERMANENT ORDINARIES. 

1823 John Clerk, Lord Eldin 
1826 Georg". Cranstoun, Lord Corehonse 

ORDINARY ON THE BILLS AND TEINDS. 

1825 J. H. Forbes, Lord Medwyn Peter De39 

Principal Clerks Assistants Repute Clerks Assistants 
Sir Ro. Dundas John Parker John Pringle Tho Beveridge 

Sir Wal. Scott Wm Carmichael Wm Pringle James Denham 

Rob. Hamilton John Hay Thomas Bruce George Lang 

SECOND DIVISION. 

1811 Right Honourable David Boyle, Lord Clerks. 

Justice Clerk , 2000/ Charles Neaves 

1795 Sir William Miller, Lord Gler.lee Alex Wight 

1815 David Monypenny, Ld Pitmilly George Brown 

1813 David Cathcart, Lord Alloway Tho. Chapman 

1816 J. W- Murray, Lord Cringletie John Gibb 

PERMANENT ORDINARIES. 

1822 J H. Mackenzie, Lord Mackenzie Arch. Christie 

1826 Alexander Irving, Lord Newton 


Principal Clerks 
James Ferguson 
Col Mackenzie 
H M Buchanan 


Assistants 
James Heatlie 
— Shiells 
Thomas Mafon 


Depute Clerks 
Louis de Maria 
Rob Menzies 
Adam Wilfon 


Assistants 
JohnKermack 
James Hay 
John Balvaird 


R. Wilson, T. Miller, W. Mason, & C. M‘K. Fraser, extractors 
James MarPnall, collector of fee fund. R. Hedderwick, assist. 

T. Peat, keeper ofregr A. Pitcairn & W. C. Campbell, assist f 
James Hope and James Skene, principal clerks to the bills 
Andrew Millar and James Mercer, depute clerks. 

Sir George Abercromby, clerk to the admission of notaries 
Alex. Monypenny, W.S. depute 


















219 

Right Hon. W. Dundas, principal keeper of the register of sasincs 
Sir Robert Dundas, deputy keeper. A. Wishart, W.S. sub, 
Thomas Guthrie Wright, auditor of accounts 
J- Wauchope, keeper of register of homings. T. Swinton, dcp. 
W. M^arkne, keeper of then/inute book. C. Galbraith, clerk 
The Inner-House Lords Clerks, keepers of the Outer House rolls 
H. M*D. Buchanan, clerk of king's processes. A. Wilson, depute 
Ja. Ferrier, keeper of record of entails —Jas. Hcatlie, dep. 

James Davidson, keeper of the records of the court of session 
Ro. Moffat, Jo. Monro, A. Blackie, Jas Rae, Wm Cunningham, 
William Boyd, and John Hill, mncers 


TEIND COURT— 1707 . 

The Lords of Session, commissioners 

Ro. Corbett, solicitor. W. H. Sands, W.S. agent 

John James Davidson, W.S., principal clerk to the commission 

Sylvester Reid, deputy clerk. David Williamfon, extractor 

John Bairon, id deputy clerk and extractor 

JURY COURT— 1815 . 

1815 Rt. Hon. Williaiih Adam, Lord Chief Commissioner 

1815 Hon, David Monypenny, Lord Pitmilly,"} 

1816 Hon. Adam Gillies, Lord Gillies, ( Lords Comm is- 

1825 Hon. J. W. Murray, Lord Cringletie, f sioners 
1825 Hon. J.H. Mackenzie, Lord Mackenzie,^ 

William Clerk, advocate, first clerk 

Joseph Murray, advocate, fourth clerk > For the Issues 

John Steele, assistant clerk j 

John O. Brown, W.S. second clerk‘d 

John Russel, W.S. thirdclerk C Register Office 

H. S. Bringloc, assistant clerk J 

John Somerville, senior, clerk to the lord chief commissioner 


COURT of JUSTICIARY — 1672 . 

1^95 James Duke of Montrofe, ll.d. Lord Justice-Gen. iogoI • 

1811 Right Hon. David Boyle, Lord Justice Clerk , 2000 L 

Lords Commissioners of Juf iciary , 600 1. each• 

1812 Lord Gillies 1824 Lord Mackenzie 

1813 Lord Pitmilly 1826 Lord Alloway 

1819 Lord Meadowhank 

1819 Sir William Rae, I^rd Advocate 
1822 John Hope, Solicitor General 









. .! 

220 

Robert Dnndas, Arch Alison, Alex Wood, Depute Advocates. 

Adam Rollar.d, W.S. Crown Agent 

John Boyle, Principal Clerk of Justiciary, loci. 

James Anderson, Dep. Cleric .—Charles Roy, Assistant Clerk 
H. J. Wyllie, A. Guthrie, and J. Anderfon, Circuit Clerics 
John Morrifon, Donald Anderson, and James Mowat, Macers 


i - 






COURT of EXCHEQUER— 1707 . , j 

18 T 9 Rt. Hon, Sir Sam Shepherd, Lord Chief Baron, 4000 I 
1809 James Clerk Rattray, Esq. ‘j 
1820 Sir Patrick Murray, Bart. C Barons, 2000 1. 

1822 David Hume, Esq. j 

Sir Henry Jardir.e, King's Remembrancer 

W. ‘Montgomery, Ld Treasurer s Remembrancer .—J. Ewen, clerk 
Donald M‘Lean, Solicitor 

Francis Wilson, Solicitor for Window Duties (of the Seal 

Robert Stuart, Clerk to the Barons .—Owen Owens, Dep. Keeper 
Hon. George Murray, Auditor .—James Laidlaw, Dep. 

John A. Murray, Clerk of the Ripe 

Sir James Montgomery, Pres, of Signatures. —R. Stuart, Dep. 
James Gibfon Craig, Heritable Usher —Jas. T. Gib. Craig, Dep . 
William Riddell, King's Writer 

H. M‘Kenzie, J. Taylor, W. Stewart, & J. Henderfon, Attorneys 
Alex. Maclean, Receiver-General of Land Rents, See. 

John Feriier and Robert Stewart, Deputes 
John Kerr, Receiver-General of Bishops Rents 
Ad. Longmore, jun. and Alex. Kidd, Land-Tax Redemption 
James Wyllie, Examiner —F. N. Veitch, Clerk to Port Bonds 
Adam Longmore, Keeper of the Begister of Resignations 
A. Longmore, jun. Marshall —Wm Allan, Depute 

HIGH COURT of ADMIRALTT .—1609 & 1681 . 
Right H 011 . Earl Cathcart, Lord Vice-Admiral 
Sir John Connell, Judge-Admiral, 8 col. 

Alexander Kidd, Procurator Eiscal —W. G. Campell, Clerk 
George Forrester, clerk to the judge admiral , and auditor of acets. 

CONSISTORIAL COURT of EDINBURGH— 1564 . 
James Gordon j George Ross ? Commissaries. 

Thomas Todd | Charles Ross J 60 c l. each 

George Carphin, principal clerk —George Carphin, jun., deputy 
Patrick Wishart , fiscal —John Ferrier, macer 









1799 

1764 

William Oliver 

1765 

Thomas Hogg 

1767 

James Grant 

1768 

Donald M‘Leod 
Alex Campbell 
Rob Aberdeiri 

1770 

J Rutherford 

1771 

Sir A Gordon 

1772 

Alex Leith 
John Graham 

1773 

Sir Geo. Aber- 
cromby 

1774 

John Dickfon 

1775 

Charles Grant 
Sir John Sinclair 


1776 

James Paterfon 
John M‘Kenzie 
Earl Cathcart 
Sir Geo Stewart 

1777 

Robert Corbet 
W Farquharfon 

1779 

James Trail 
Kof Lauderdale 

1780 

Robert Brown 


221 

FACULTY OF ADVOCATES. 

James Moncrieff, Esq. ll.b. Dean of Faculty. 


1781 
James Urquhart 
Alex Hamilton 
Sir Tames Suttie 

1783 
SirR Henderson 

1784 

PM Threipland 

1785 
John Wilde 
OthoHWemyss 

1786 
George R Scott 
W E Lockhart 

1787 

Sir James Mont¬ 
gomery 

1788 

Sir A M’kenzie 
Sir John Connel 
Rob Hamilton 
Ja S. Oliphant 

1789 

J Macfarlane 
Earl of Sea field 
RBiE M‘Leod 
John Halkett 
Charles Rofs 

1790 

Sir JB Hepburn 
Rob Davidfon 
James Gordon 
Robert Dundas 
Arch Fletcher 

1791 
Colin M’Lauritj 
John Cathcart 
J Ray. John Hon 
Rob Fcrgusson 

T 3 


Lord Adv. 

J Fergufon 
Geo Joseph Bell 
1792 


Robert Forfyth John Fullarton 
Sir Walter Scott Ran Macdonald 
William Clerk RDavidfon, jun. 


1793 
S Moodie 
John Smyth 


F Walker Baird Sir Thos. Kirk- 
Ja Gordon, jun.j patrick 
J Ja Edmonftcn Louis H Ferrier 
[o. Greenlhieids Archibald Bell 


SirWilliam Rae George Rofs 


Alex Lumfden 
James Reddie 
1798 

Wm Fullarton 


Wm Murray 
Sir Pat Walker 
D Mon.Binning 


John R Trving 
James Glafsford 
Tho Thomfon 

1794 
James L’Amy 
Tho Johniton 
CGS Monteath 
Ld Abercromby 
T Crichton 
Francis Jeffrey 
John Morehead 

1795 

M Threipland 
Fho Chriftie 
Jo. Wilfon Rae 
Thomas Tod 

1796 

John Pet. Grant 
George Douglas 

1797 

J G Dalyell 
Alex Whyte 
James Skene 
Alex Miller 


WArch Cadell 
Colin Dunlop 

1799 
W F Tytler 
Adam Duff 

J Harv. Chriflie 
David Gillefpie 
John Jardine 
James Iveay 
Roger Hog 

1800 

J A Murray 
H P Brougham 
William Bofwell 
Hen Cockburn 
1801 
Arch Douglas 
John Frafer 
Alex Lang 
James Loch 
And. Clephane 
James Simpfon 
1802 

Norman Hill 













SirNeilMenzies 
Wm Macdonald 
Alex 1 Foibes 
T H Miller 
1805 

Daniel Vere 
James Forreft 
Thomas Miller 
D M Snodgrafs 
Wm Oliver jun. 
Pat Small Keir 
And. Murray 

1804 

Robert Bell 
Adam Fergufon 
W R Robinfon 
ColinM‘Kenzie 

1805 
John Inglis 
W Campbell 
James Campbell 
Robert Graham 

1806 

John S More 
Hugh Lumfden 
John Miller 
J C Colquhoun 
D M‘Farlane 
Simon Frafer 
Andrew Skene 
Wm Buchanan 
William Horne 

1807 

Jn Cunningham 
J C Dunlop 
James Wilfon 
John Riddell 
George Tait 
R Newbigging 
WilliamMowat 

1808 

D Matbifon 


222 


WFH Arundell 
HHDrummond 
LL.B. 

Robert Rollo 
Sir Sam.Stirling 
William Ogilvie 
Jofeph Murray 
John Tawse 
John Wood 
James Edkine 
Robert Bruce 
Rob Jamieson 

1809 

J Kirkpatrick 

1810 

Alex M Gibson 
Rob Macqueen 
A J Campbell 
G C Craigie 
J Borthwick 
Alex Greenhill 
John Ranken 
John Chriftifon 
Rodk M‘Leod 
1811 

Thomas Erfkine 
George Traill 
S M‘Cormick 
T F Kennedy 
James Carnegy 
J T Urquhart 
HS Vans 
James Walker 
Alex Wood 
George Brodie 
John Hay 
David A Blair 
James Baikie 
J C Maxwell 
1812 

G Cunningham 
John Cay 


Richard Tayloi 
Jn I. Hendcrfcn 
Robert Duff 
James Grahame 
Andrew Gillies 
A Rutherford 
Rob Thomfon 
Robert P Gillie* 
James Brownlee 
1815 

F Somerville 
J AMaconochie 
P Fraser Tytler 
SirW Hamilton 
Thos Maitland 
M A Fletcher 

1814 

Alex Pringle 
Robert Hannay 
D Anderson 
Arch Alison 
Robt Hunter 

1815 

Ad Urquhart 
James Hozier 
Pat Robertson 
Edw Lothian 
David Dickson 
John Craigie 
John Wilson 
Jo M‘Connell 
R H Newton 
Ant Oliphant 

1816 

Wm L White 
R S Moncrieff 
J S Menteath 
Wm M‘Dowall 
E D Sanford 
J S Stewart 
A E Menteath 
Dun Macneill 


Wm Menzies 
John Stainton 
R Maclachlan 
A H Cullen 
W T Honyman 
JohnB Murdoch 
J W Dickson 
James Ivory 
John Hope, 
Solicitor-Gen . 

J W Hawkins 
J G Lockhart 
R Whigham 
M P Brown, 

LL.B. 

1817 

Ga. Alexander 
Elias Cathcart 
H J Robertfon, 

LL.B. 

Ja, Maidment 
Alex Dunlop 
Ham. Pyper 
Arthur Connell 
J J Boswell 

1818 
G Grant 

J Henderson, jr 
FI B Maxwell 
W Urquhart 
John Dewar 
Thos E Baird 
James Ayton 
John Marshall 
Adam Anderson 
1819 

DouglasCheape 
James Miller 
James Creel man 
John Tait 
DavidConstable 
Arthur Burnett 








George S my the 
George G Bell 
David Syme 
Pat Carnegy 
C D Riddell 
Patrick Shaw 
Jas Ballantine 
Rob. C Rattray 
And. Murray, jn 
John Hyndman 
1820 

Wm Gib. Craig 
Alex Dunlop, jr 
Mark Sprot 
Alex Allan 
John Dick 
Hugo Arnot 
Mark Napier 
Geo M‘Gachen 
JohnRichardfon 
John Warrand 
William Blair 
David Ross 
Graham Spiers 
Alex Cume 
Wm Brodie, jn. 
John Wilson,jn. 
James Watson 
Alex Thomson 
John Gregory 
Robert Riddell 
Robert Dundas 
1821 

John Campbell 
Sir John Hay 
William Mure 
James Welsh 
Hugh Bruce 
James Veitch 
Jas Macdonald 
G A W Arnot 
Alex Lothian 


223 


James Hall 
Andw Johnston 
Jo. Hamilton,ju. 
George Rose 

1822 

Alex Inglis 
Alex Meldrum 
Peter F Aiken 
Jo. Graham, jr. 
D M Makgill 
Hugh H Brown 
Charles Neaves 
James Donald 
Patrick B Mure 
Alex M‘Neill 
James M Hog 
Chas Fergusson 
Adam Paterson 
John Cadell 
Jas Richardson 
Cosmo Innes 
RobtHandyside 
John Cowan 

1823 

George Kinloch 
John King 
Joseph Bain 
And. Coventry 
Rob. Hunter, ju. 
Wm Younger 
Thomas A DufJ 
Wm Houstoun 
Rob. Robertson 
Richard Trotter 
Alex C Ritchie 
Wm Dauney 
William Miller 
Geo Robinson 
Wm P Dundas 
William Bruce 
Robert Grant 


Wm S Graham 
Chas Macleod 
Henry Wight 
George Napier 
James Stark 
Wm Penny 

1824 

Jas J Chapman 
Jo J M‘Braire 
Hon. Al. Leslie 
Melville 
Wm Robertson 
Jas Johnstone 
A E Lockhart 
John G Stirling 
William Steele 
Jas M‘Farlane 
Alex Smollett 
Jas Dennistoun 
John Russell 
John Gordon 
Jas Johnston, jr 
Thomas Carlyle 
William Bell 
David Dundas 


1826 
John Hay 
James Brown 
Geo Dempster 
Robt A Dundas 
John W Hay 
George Dundas 
Wm Dunbar 
Geo Wm Mylne 
John Donaldson 
George Kinnear 
D M‘Farlane, j. 
John Reddie, 

LL.D. 

Chas MDougal 
David Milne 
John Forbes 
Macduff llhind 
John P Trotter 
Angus Fletcher 


Collectors . 

1 st Division . 


1825 

Francis Home 
Alex Murray 
John M Bell 
James Hopkirk 
Archibald Boyd 
John H Gray 
James Miller, j. 
Thomas Brown 
Alex Murray, j. 
J Bartholomew 
George Moir 
William Forbes 
Alex Macallan 
Thos Grahamc 


John Tavvse 
John Craigie 

2 d Div, 
Robert Rollo 
F Sommerville 

, Trea. 
D Irving, ll.d. 
Lib . 

Ja Nairn, Ag* 














l ^p 


224 




SOCIETY of WRITERS to his MAJESTY'S SIGNET. 


Rt hon. W Dundas, Keefer 
Colin Mackenzie, Esq. Def. 
John Home, Sub.Keefer fc5* Clerk 
John Finlayfon. Assist. Clerk & 
Extractor 


Office-bearers . 

R. Mackenzie, Treasurer 
James Nairne, Fifcal 
Macvey Napier, Librarian , 
Professor of Conveyancing 


and 


James Stuart, Collector of Widows Fund. 



1764 

1786 


J Chalmers 

Alex Young 


1770 

Thos Cranftoun 


James Ferrier 

John Young 


Wm Riddel 

James G Craig 


1774 

1787 


John Wauchop 

Adam Rolland 


John Gordon 

David Wemyfs 


Andrew Blane 

1788 


1775 

William Molle 


Robert Syme 

David Freer 


1776 

David Thomfon 


John lnnes 

Coll Macdonald 


17 "7 

Andrew Steele 


James Thomfon 

William Dallas 


1779 

Arch Swinton 


John Campbell 

Wm Robertfon 

i 

1781 

1789 


V Hathorn 

ThomasTrotter 


Harry Davidfon 

William Inglis 


1782 

John Dickfon 


James Horne 

Robert Ainflie 


Arch Gibfon 

Wm Lindfay 


'ThomasGordon 

John Harvey 


Arch Lundie 

Crawfurd Tait 


WmMacfarlane 

James Smyth 1 


1783 

3 790 


Alex Wight 
Tames Tollie 
3 784 

James Laidlaw 


1785 
Sir Rob. Dundas 


Sir Hen. Jardine Jo Gordon, 2 do 


John Granger 
Roger Ayton 
A Mundell 
Cka Bremner 
Alexander Blair 
Colin M‘Kenzie. 


1791 
H M Buchanan 
Pat Campbell 
John Meek 
John Morifon 
James Dundas 
F Fotheringham 
J Campbell, jun 

1792 
James Grant 
David Murray 
John Moubray 

1793 
Thomas Burns 
Robert Speid 
Win Patrick 

1794 
John Ferrier 
Patrick Russell 
Alex Youngson 


Andrew Storie 


Jas F Gordon 
1795 
Robert Hill 
Thomas Peat 
Wm Walker 
John Tweedie 


Sir A Ferguson 
Robert Menzies 
179(5 

Don MT.ean 
Sir Alex Wood 
Rob Strachan 
Robert Jamefon 
John Tod 
Robert Fleming 
Adam Gordon 
David Erfkine 

1797 
Geo Greenlaw 
Hugh Watfon 
Patrick Irvine 

1798 

G M Campbell 
William Berry 
Al Cunningham 
Andrew Watfon. 
John Bell 
George Sandy 
J Reg Riddel 
James Elliot 
John Pattifon 
James Stuart 
Gilbert Watfon 
James Heriot 
Alex Goldie 

1799 
Keith Milnes 
Mathias Lyons 
James Hope 
Graham Leny 










Maflerton Ure 
Patrick On- 
Dun Cameron 
Robert Rattray 
James Wylie 
John Kerr 
Macvey Napier 
1800 

John Innes, jun. 
John Renton 
John Phillips 
James Balfour 
‘John Graham 
Wm Campbell 
David Cleghorn 
1801 

John Leith Refs 
Thomas Small 
JamesHamilton 
Alex Greig 
Walter Cook 
William Innes 
Al Monypenny 
Mich Linning 
Wm Ballantyne 
R Mackenzie 
John Forman 
William Baillie 
1802 

Walter Dickfon 
R G Smyth 
James Scott 
Patrick Wifhart 
Wm Douglas 
Tho G Wright 
Wm Buchanan 
1805 

Eph Lockhart 
Wm Mackenzie 
R Mackenzie 
James Tytlcr 
John Rufiell 


225 


D Williamfon 
John Smith 
Peter Couper 
Francis Brodie 
William Clark 
Alex Dallas 
Richard Cowan 

1804 

James Gordon 
Wm Dryfdale 
James Nairne 
Alex Glen 
John Leven 
G Cleghorn 
Francis Wilfon 
ThomasMegget 

1805 

Wm Johnflon 
James Greig 
Nor Lockhart 
Rob Campbell 
John Lawfon 
David Lifter 

1806 
C B Scott 

Jas Mackenzie 
John Murray 
W A Martin 
John Govan 
James Swan 
William Bell 


Pat Tennant 
William Scott 
Jofeph Paterfon 
A C M l Lehofe 
Alex Douglas 
John Tait 
John Dow 
Alex Bofwell 
John Hepburn 
John Kennedy 
Wm Wallace 

1809 

D Turnbull 
And. Tbomfon 
Robert Smyth 
David M‘Neilie 
Alex Kettle 
JohnPattifon, j. 
John Blair 
Peter Hewet 

1810 
Car. Bell 
Rob M‘Millan 
David Ramfay 
George Lyon 
Thomas Bruce 
James Bridges 
Geo Hogarth 
John Kermack 
James Carnegie 

1811 


George Combe 
jjohn Home 
Jas Robertfon 
Alex Lamont 
David Shaw 
DavThcmfon,jn 
Jas G Davidfon 
Robert Cargill 
Robert Paul 
C K Robinfon 
John Welsh 
James Lang 
John B Brodie 
1815 

Jo A Campbell 
Wm Gardner 
Alex Burns 
Dug Mactavish 
James Dunlop 
John Chalmers 
Wal Finlayson 
Hum Graham 
William Fraser 
James Peddie 
Donald Horne 
Andrew Smith 
J R Skinner 
Alex Hunter 
John Alison 
Arth Campbell 
James M‘Cook 


1807 

Tho Fergufon 
Francis Walker 
George Dunlop 
James Struthers 
James Wright 
iEn Macbean 
John Maxwell 

1808 

C Cunningham 
John Donaldfon 


James Innes 
Melville Burd 
John Tait, jun. 
Jas Macdonnell 
John Pringle 
J G Hopkirk 
Walter Ferrier 
Andrew Clason 
James Baxter 
1812 

David Welsh 


1814 

Hugh M‘Queen 
James Ferguson 
T Richardson 
W H Sands 
Wm Waddell 
Ch J Fox Orr 
Andrew Miller 
John Dickie 
F Fotheringham 
J M Lindsay 








Hugh Tod 
A McCheyne 
1815 
Jos Grant 
R Rutherford 
Win Renny 
Wm Grierson 
J R Stoddart 
John Scotland 
John Bowie 
M N M‘Donald 
Geo Waddell 
Thos M‘Millan 
James Arnott 
Robt Pitcairn 
Thomas Ewart 
1815 

Geo Turnbull 
J M Paton 
R S Wilson 
G L Finlay 
John Elder 
Alex Smith 
Wm Murray 
D Mackintosh 
T Mackenzie 
John Miller 
Tho Gardiner 
Wm Young 
Mathew Weir 
R Y Anderson 
Alex Fleming 
G W Boyd 
J MacAllan 
J Hyndman 
1817 
Alex Scot 
Aw. Crombie 
H G Dickfon 
John M‘Kean 
Thomas Patton 
Walter Duthie 


226 


James Shepherd 
David Scott 
J M Melville 
George Heggie 
James Burn 
Thos Arnott 
Charles Stewart 
John Robertfon 
David Brown 
Alex Johnfton 
Arch Wifhart 
Wm Rennet 
Wm Young, jn. 
A Robertson 
AG Ellis 
1818 
James Macara 
John Watkins 
W Horsburgh 
William Lang 
Henry Sibbald 
R Campbell 
J A Cheyne 
Thomas Corrie 
Walter Jollie 
H D Hill 
Ar W Goldie 
W Fergusson 
R Sandilands 
J W M'Kenzie 
John Yule 
A Thomson 
Robert Burn 
Charles Nairne 
S Anderson 
John Gibson 
N Morrison 
Robert Brown 


James Pott 
R G Ogilvie 

1819 

Alex. Allan 
S F Mackintosh 
JamesCrawford 
John Dudgeon 
ThoFerguson,j. 
Andrew Tawse 
Geo. Robertson 
William Hunt 
Wm Lamond 
Alexander Hay 
R W Niven 
Tbo Bruce, jun. 
John Wight 
Alex Manners 
John Gibson, j 
D S Threshie 
Alex Stevenson 
James Newton 
Rod Mackenzie 
Wm Alexander 
David Black ie 
James Peddie,j. 

1820 
A D Fraser 
Andrew Gray 
Robert Ramsey 
James Wemys 9 
John C Wilson 
Jo. LG Balfoui 
Jas Robertson 
AThomson,jun. 
Thomas Syme 
James Hotchkis 
George Sligo 
William Balfour 


James Grant,jr James H Ross 


And. Howden 
Jame9 Lawson 
Thomas Weir 


J C Sutherland 
Henry M Low 
Jas L Mitchell 


Jame9 Lothian 
William Sharp. 
WilliamWatson 
Robert Mack j- 
f R Robertson 
James Tod 
James Pattison 
James Adam 
Wm Mercer 
1821 
John J Davidson 
Thomas Ker 
Peter Crooks 
Thomas I ones 
John Anderson 
Wm War. Hay 
Andrew Grieve 
Robert Burnett 
Jo. Meicklejohn 
David Wilson 
Arch Connell 
Cha.MacdowaU 
Thos Grahame 
Edward Hoggan 
Thos Thorburn 
Robert Mercer 
Robert Dunlop 
Robert Howden 
Chas Balfour 
John S Hall 
John Huntor 
James Burnside 
John Hannay 
Geo Webster 
Andrew Hill 
John B Gracie 
James J Fraser 
D M Black 
John Arnott | 
William Tod 
1822 

John Usher 















Hugh Cowan 
Robert Paton 
Hugh Kennedy 
Jris S Darling 
Jas Rutherford 
Robert Roy 
Hugh Fraser 
Phineas Daniel 
David Cathcart 
Sylvester Reid 
Robert Stewart 
Jas T Murray 
Geo Innes Ure 
Robt Kennedy 
Angus Fletcher 
James Hill 
Wm Duncan 
J P Grant 
George Logan 
William Stewart 
James Singer 

1823 

Wal. Dickfon, j. 
Alex Dulf 
John Millie 
0. M‘Clelland 
H. J. Williams 
Robert Stewart 
Pat Dalmahoy 
Wm Glover 
John Forrester 
Thomas Sprott 
William Home 
Jas Cunningham 
]o. Richardson 
Wm A. Laurie 
James C. Tait 
John Brodie 
Henry J Burn 
Fred. L. Roy 
Wm Mackevsy 


227 


Andrew Scott 
James Gentle 
Clem. Lumsden 
John Shand 
J Greig, jun. 
Henry Tod 
Thos Trotter 
Pat Dudgeon 

1824 

Wm R Macao 
James Skelton 
Wm Gordon 
A Macdougall 
John Baird 
T E M‘Ritchie 
Wm Napier 
J Anderson, ju. 
D S Gilbreath 
ChaF Davidson 
Geo Maxwell 
Hunter Gordon 
John Gray 
George Dalzell 
Jas T G Craig 
Adam Rolland.j 
James Rose 
WmGCunning- 
hame 

George Birrell 
James Walker 
Charles Gordon 
James Brown 
John Turner 
Jas H Burnett 
WC Balderftone 
James J Darling 
ThosBFenie 
John Henderson 
Patrick Graham 
Geo Stoddart 
JohnDumbrcck 


W C Haldane 
A Maitland 

1825 

Geo W high am 
Wm Fraser, jun. 
W N Waddell 
James Law 
James Goldie 
James Duncan 
George Watt 
Duncan Grant 
Pillans Scarth 
John Maclaurin 
James Dalgleish 
Anthy. Murray 
Joseph Mitchell 
A C Howden 
Hugh Bremner 
John Stewart 
Robert Aytoun 
John Bayne 
John Rymer 
Henry Gordon 
James Wilson 
David Brown, j. 
Hor. Can nan 
William Forbes 
J ohn T Gordon 
Geo. M‘Callum 
W A Child 
Laur, Davidson 
John Brown 
Alex Kennedy 
Mungo Ponton 
Patrick Grant 

1826 

David Douglas 
Ken Mackenzie 
Jn Mackenzie 
Jas Carnegie, j. 


Jas StewarC, jr. 
Francis Stewart 
Jn G Farquhar 
John Hamilton 
G Farquharson 
Alex Boyd 
WmB Campbell 
James Roy 
[n A Robertson 
Thos Kinnear 
Alex Macdonell 
John Dymock 
DavidCampbell 
HMS Murray 
Jas Anstruther 
John Dundas 
WmCampbelljj. 
Andrew M‘Rae 
Walter Brown 
Alex Donald 
J. Hunter, jun. 
DT M'Cheyne 
Geo M‘Allan 
David Smith 


Jas. Be'.l, Officer 










228 


SOCIETY of SOLICITORS of SUPREME COURTS. 

[Incorporated by lloyal Charter 1797.] 

Office- Bearers. 


William Ellis, Prefes 
D Fisher, Vice-Preset 
Alex Grant, Treat, 


John Young, Sec. 

T. Johnston 7 „ 

Jos. Liddell 5 


Jn Tawfe 1797 
Jo Sommervail 
Alex Grant 
Rob Cameron 
W Howison, s. 

James Gentle 
Geo Watfon 
John Dillon 
William Ellis 
Nath Grant 
R Henderson 
Wm Johnfton 
Geo Todd 
George Mill 
George Napier 
Alex Forfyth 

H John Wylie W M Little 
John Orr Jos Liddle 
Jo. Young 1804 David Clyne 15 
John Cook 05 P Campbell 16 
Tho Johnston John Masson 
Jo. Thorburn Alex Gifford 
Pet.Halkerfton, Daniel Chriflie 
ll.d. James Hathorn 

W Innes 06 DanielFiflier 17 
Wm Ritchie 08 R Lockhart 
Geo Stedman I l’homas Baillie 
J Finlayfon iW Dalrymple 


Archibald Duncan, Librarian. 


Auditors , y 1 
Thomas Datling ' 
James M‘Inncs 


A Paterfon 
William Smith 
Thos Darling 
John Cameron 
J Somerville, jn 
Thomas Ruffell 
Alex Guild 
Jas M‘Innes 10 
James Lyon 11 
Wni Martin 12 
F M Macnab 
Jas Donaldson 
Robert Boog 13 
A Stevenson 
Robert Stewart 
Rob. Cairns 14 


N W Robertfon 
James Stuart 
Robert Welfh 
James Smaill 
Arch Duncan 
Dugald Grant 
John Adams 
James Smith 
John Philips 
Chas Gordon 18 
George Gordon 
J Macandrew 
John Parker 
W Horne 
M Anderson 
GeoSimpson 19 
Mitch. Pattison 
Cha. Stewart 20 
Wm Inglis 21 
David Gray 
Jas O Mack 22 
Wm Miller 
James Burness 
Wm Spalding 
Robt Urquhart 
John Jameson 
W N Grant 
And. Snody 23 


James ICnox 
R Henderson,j 
John Bisset 
James Ross 
Jas Valentine 
John Morison , 
John Nairn 
James G Barr 
D M‘Goun 24 
James Johnston 
Alex McIntyre 
Thos Rankin * 
Lach M In tosh 
Wm Allan 25 
G M‘Dowall 
Jas D Lawrie 
George Munro 
Jn Henderson 
George Scott 
John Ronald 
Jn Murdoch, 26 
John Phin 
James Morgan 
Thos Leburn 
Ed. M‘Millan 


A Aikman, asst 

librarian 


ADVOCATES FIRST CLERKS , 

Who, ex officio, are Agents or Solicitcrs t and Members of the 
College of Justice. 


John M*Ritchie 
James Dickson 
Wm Allester 


James Steel 
J Mackenzie 
Duncan Stewart 


Geo Todd, jnn. IJohn Brown 
J Romanes T Deuchar 

John Steel (John Marshall 















Ja B Fraser 
R Purdie 
Jon. M‘Gregor 
W Williamson 
W Mackintosh 
James Gemmill 
Wm Guthrie 
John Haldane 
John Jones 
Pat Pearson 
Wm Pollock 
G Macdougall 
John Johnston 
R Thomson 
James Gillon 
James Lamond 
James Malcolm 
David Brashe 
Robert Blackie 


James Imrie 
A P Henderson 
David Watson 
Charles Fisher 
P Maclaurin 
A M Anderson 
Andrew Bayne 
John Morrison 
William Reid 
Alex Clerk 
James Usher 


229 

James Anderson 
J M Moir 
J W Ness 
John Lockhart 
John Ronald 
J M‘Craken 
A Hutchison 
G Rutherford 
A Shepherd 
David Mitchel 
Rob Matthew 


James Chalmers James Scott 
Charles Spence J H Robinson 
Rich. Prentice |David Stewart 
J B Watt [Robert Wilson 
Andrew Stivens David Houston 
Rob. Ormiston I Sim Campbell 
Isaac Bayley jJn Whitehead 
David Scales |J ame s Brown 


Thos Landale 
G R Kin loch 
Pav Littlejohn 
James G Smith 
Wm J Campbell 
Ed Livingston 


David Haig, 
Keep, of Hull 


AGENTS Iff SOLICITOUS NOT INCORPORATED . 
W. Howifori, jun.—Cofmo Falconer 


SOLICITORS AT LAW, 

(Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1780. 

Who have the exclusive privilege of practising before the Com¬ 
missary , Sheriff, and City Courts. 

1788 John Gray, President 1 1783 Rich. Prentice, Treasurer 
1796 Thos Stewart, Vice-Pres] 1799 A ^ ex * Cameron, Clerk 
1813 W. Pollock, Fiscal 


J Feggans 1778 Jas Ranken 10 


A Crombie 85 
GCarphin,sn.9i 
Wm Moffat 
Alex Ponton 9 2 
James Laing 96 
Chas Wilson 99 
Archibald Scott 
Jo Haldane 05 
Alex Brown 06 
And. Stivens 


D Brashe 
Alex Clerk 
Jas Meikle 
J S Mack 


Jas B Dow 18 J. Paterson 23 

13 David Mitchell George Cairns 

14 James Wight 'Henry Higgins 

15 Jas Chalmers 19 Thos Smith 24 


Thomas Rymer 
George Ewing 
M Lothian 17 
Robt Dtuchar 
G Carphinjun 
Jas Anderson 


16 James Brown 


Jo. M*Glashan 


ThosMofFat 21 
James Turner 
David Stewart 
John M‘Kay 
W M Bisset 
George Hill 22 


D Bain, Officer 


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250 

LYON COURT , 

Right Hon. the Earl of Kinnoull, Lord Lyon 
George Clerk Craigie, Esq. Advocate, Lyon Dcp . 

E.W. A. Hay, Esq. Principal Clerk and Keeper of Records 
f Arch Duncan, s.s.c. Lyon Clei'k Dcp. J. Williamson, Fiscal 


Heralds . 

Albany —James Mitchell 
Rothsay —James Lorimer 
Marchmont —Thos Small 
Islay —John Cook 
Snowdon —Daniel Mer.zies 
Ross —David Taylor 


Pursuivants . 
Unicorn —James Cook 
Bute —Ebenezer M l George 
Kintyre —Robert Hamilton 
Ormond —William Allan 
Dingwall —David Alexander 
Carrick —John Young 


MAGISTRATES of EDINBURGH. 

Right Hon. William Trotter, Lord Provqfi. 
Walter Brown I Adam Luke T Baillies> and 
James Hill | James Leechman J Deputy Lieutenants 
Robert Wright, dean of guild —William Patison, treas. 


CONKENTION of ROYAL BOROUGHS— (155a) 
[Meet on the 2d Tuesday of July, annually.] 


LordProvofl of Edinb. prefes 
City clerks of Edinb. clerks 
John Irving, agent 
John Lee, d.d. chaplain 


D Beaton, keeper of records 
John Richardson, London agent 
Robert Stevenson, engineer 
A Ferrier, conseiv. at Campvere 


CHAMBER of COMMERCE. —1786. 

Right Hon. Lord Provost, Chairman. 

Al Henderson, 1 st Dep. CWr.lThomas Allan, Treas. 

Charles Baxter, 2d Dcp. Ch. (Alexander Wight, Sec. 

Duncan Cowan, Alex. Haig, John Whigham, Robert Scott, and 
William Gilchrist, Auditors of Accounts 


TRUSTEES for MANUFACTURES , fcV—1727 

o* r» a n _ _nn t i -» n- 


Duke of Atholl 
Lord President 
Vifc. Melville 
Lord Glenlee 
Sir J. MontgO' 
mery 

D. of Hamilton 


Sir P Murray 
Sir John Sinclair 
Ld Juftice Clerk 
Gilbert Tnnes 
SirJohn Hay 
Lord Pitmilly 
Alex Ofbourne 


BaronC Rattiay 
Ld Abercromby 
Sir A M‘Kenzie 
Lord Chf.Comr 
Sir W. Forbes 
Lord Gray 
Lord Advocate 


Lord Meadow- 
bank 

Ld Chief Baron 
Earl of Elgin 
Sir Rob.Dundas 
Sir Hen Jardine 


Sir W. Arbuthnot, sec.—-G Thox^fon, ctf—J. Stuart, acct, 











231 

BRITISH WHITE HERRING FISHERY . 

Lord Advocate lAlex Osborne ISir John Hay JLd Abercromby 
Gilbert Innes |BarClk RattrayjSir Wm Forbes | One vacant 
J. Dunsmure, Secretary. 


-1783. 


ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH - 
Sir Walter Scott, President • 

Lord Chief Baron I Professor Russell 1 7T . _ 

Lord Glenlee | Dr T. C.Hope $ Vice-Presidents 

Dr Brewster, Sec —Thos. Allan, Treas ,—James Skene, Curator 


SOCIETY of ANTIQUARIES of SCOTLAND, 


E. of Elgin & Kincardine, Pres 
Sir Hen. Jardine, 1 st Vice-Pres 
Lord Meadowbank, 2d do* 
Gilbert Innes, 3d do. 


Robert Scott Moncricff, Treas. 
Dr Hibbert & T. Kinnear, Secs 
Rev. Dr Brunton, Foreign Sec. 
Ja. Skene, Curator oj Museum 


GRAND LODGE OF SCOTLAND. 
His Majesty the King, Patron. 


Earl of Kinnoull, grand-master 
Lord Elcho, dep. grand mafier 
Vise. Glenorchy, paftgr. mailer 
Wm Inglis, fubft. grand-mafter 
I Warrender, fen. grand-warden 
'SirDMoncrielFe, jun.gr. warden 


Sir Joh*Hay, grand treafurer 
Alex Lawrie, grand fee. 

, grand chap. 

James Bertram, grand clerk 
W Cunningham, grand jeweller 
Arch Paterson, bible-bearer 


HIGHLAND SOCIETY of SCOTLAND. 
His Grace the Duke of Gordon, Prefident . 


Mq of Tweeddale 
Marq of Lothian ( Vice 
^ Vise. Strath allan ^ Prefident s. 

Lord Abercromby y 
Gilbert Innes, treasurer 
lanald Macdonald, fecretary 


Claud Russel, auditor 
Rev. Dr Baird, chaplain 
Lewis Gordon, and C. Gordon, 
dep. secretaries and collectors 
Charles Gordon, recorder & elk 
J. Mackay, jeweller & medalist 


ROYAL COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS. 

1 i Monro, prefident IThos Spens, treafurer 

L Duncan, sen. vice-prefident [John Warrock Purcell, fiscal 
’>Vm Pulteney Alison, fecretaryjwilliam Moncrietf, librarian 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. 

David Hay, m.d. president—Thomas Lothian, treasuier 















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232 

CALEDONIAN HUNT. 

His Most Gracious Majesty George IV. Patron 
Sir David Moncricffe, preses—James Dundas, treasurer _ r 
Earl of Kinnoul, Lord Strathavon, John Warrender, councillor 
William and Henry Hagart, secretaries 


SOCIETY for CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE.--(i 7 ° 9 -: 
The Most Noble the Marquis of Bute, President of the Society 
William Murray, Esq. Preses of the Committee. 


Rev. Dr. Campbell and John 
Tawse, secretaries 
William Stevenson, treasurer 
John Dickson, comptroller 
W. S. Moncrieff, accountant 


John Waugh, librarian 
Sir P. Laurie, treasurer to Co- 
responding Board in London 
Rev.Dr Manuel & J.Thomsol 
joint secs to ditto 


SOCIETY for SUPPORT of GAELIC SCHOOLS. 
The King, Patron.— Rt. Hon. the Earl of Moray, President . 
Robert Paul, Treasurer 

Rev. Walter Tait, and John Campbell, jun. W.S. Sees. 
Rev. A. M‘Kellar, Gaelic Sec. —A. Hutchison, Asst. Sec.es.Cle, 


SOCIETY for IMPROVING the SYSTEM of CHURCH 
PATRONAGE in SCOTLAND, 

By purchasing up Rights of Patronage , and settling them in eai 
Parish , on the Male Heads of Families in Church communion 
James Douglas of Cavers, President. 

Lord Strathavon and George Sinclair of Ulbster, Vice-Presxda 
M N Macdonald, W.S. Treas .—Jas Bridges, W.S. See. 


FRIENDLY SOCIETY of DISSENTING MINISTER 
(including ministers of chapels of ease) 

IN SCOTLAND.—{Inst. 1797.) t . 

Ministers must enter •within a year and a day after their Ordtnatia 
Rev. Mr Lothian, President |Rev. Dr Ja. Peddie, Treasure r 
Mr Watson, Vice-Pres. |Rev. George Paxton, Sec. 


SABBATH SCHOOL UNION FOR SCOTLAND. 
Right Hon. Lord Gray, President 


Vice-Presidents \George Buchan 
Rev. SirH MoncricfFiGeorge Ross 
Sir James M Riddell Robert Hepburne 
Sir William Forbes 'Robert W Ramsay 


John Abercrombie 
John Swinton 
Alexander Murra] 
Thomas Boswall 










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BANKING COMPANIES. 

Bank of Scotland, 1695 .— (Draw on Coutts $ Co. London.) 
Vifcount Melville, governor I William Caddell, treafurer 
Lord Balgray, depute-governor |Geo. Sandy, A. Bennet, fees 

Royal Bank of Scotland— 1727 . 

(Draw on Bank of England , Bank of Ireland\ and Coutts § Co.) 
fear! of Dalhousie, governor I William Mitchell, calhier 
Gilbert Innes, Esq. depute | Andrew Bogle, fecr«tary 


British Linen Company, 1746 . — (Draw on Smith , Payne $ Co.) 
Earl of Northefk, governor lEbenezer Gilchrifl:, manager 
Sir James Montgomery, depute|Wm Henderfon, fccretary 


Commercial Banking Company of Scotland. 
(Draw on Jones , Loyd.fy Co. London.) 

Alex Macartney, Elq. managerlHugh Auld, assistant cashier 
John M'Gregor, calhier [Robert Paul, fecretaiy 

National Bank of Scotland— 1825 . 

Draw on Glyn , Mills, Hali fax, and Company, London . 

Governor. 

The Right Hon. Lord Napier, Deputy Governor. 


Lord Bel haven 
Sir Robert Turing 
Col. Alexander Mair 
Dr A. Duncan, jun. 
John C. Tarlcton 
James Inglis 


Extraordinary Directors. 


Pat. L M 4 Mil Ian 
Joseph Hume, m.f. 

William Robertson 
Matthew Aukinson 
Hon. A. Calthorpe 
Rob. Farrand, m.f. 

Patrick Borthwick, Manager 
George Crosbie, Secre^ry—Thomas Jooes, Cashier 


Col. Thomas Gordon 
of Park 

John Stewart of Car- 
nousie 

H. G. Leslie of Den- 
lugas 


Towns. Agents. Accountants. 

Banff George G. Robinson John Rainagc 

Dundee P. H. Thoms James Adam 

Inverness John Mackay ^ F.-J.Skelly 

Keith Thomas Johnston,jun. 


BANKERS IN 
Sir Wm Forbes, J Hunter & Co, 
Ramfays, Bonars, & Co. 
Thomas Kinnear & Sons 
Robert Allan & Son 


EDINBURGH. 
Donald Smith & Co. 
Alexander Allan & Co, 
James Inglis & Co. 
John Mabcrly & Co. 


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250 

LYON COURT . 

Right Hon. the Earl of Kinnoull, Lord Lyon 
George Clerk Craigie, Esq. Advocate, Lyon Dep. 

E.W. A. Hay, Esq. Principal Cleric and Keeper of Records 
r Arch Duncan, s.s.c. Lyon Clei'Jc Dep. J. Williamson, Fiscal 


Heralds. 

Albany —James Mitchell 
Rothsay —James Lorimer 
Marchmont —Thos Small 
Islay —John Cook 
Snowdon —Daniel Mer.zies 
Boss —David Taylor 


Pursuivants. 
Unicorn —James Cook 
Bute —Ebenezer M‘George 
Kintyre —Robert Hamilton 
Ormond —William Allan 
Dingwall —David Alexander 
Carrick —John Young 


MAGISTRATES of EDINBURGH. 

Right Hon. William Trotter, LordProvofi. 
Walter Brown I Adam Luke 1 Baillies, and 
James Hill | James Leechman J Deputy Lieutenants 
Robert Wright, dean of guild —William Patison, treas. 


C0NKENTI0N of ROYAL BOROUGHS— (155a) 
[Meet on the 2d Tuesday of July, annually.] 


LordPrevod of Edinb. prefes 
City clerks of Edinb. clerks 
John Irving, agent 
John Lee, d.d. chaplain 


D Beaton, keeper of records 
John Richardson, London agent 
Robert Stevenson, engineer 
A Ferrier, conseiv. at Campvere 


CHAMBER of COMMERCE. —1786. . 

Right Hon. Lord Provost, Chairman. 

Al Henderson, 1 si Dep. C^r.lThomas Allan, Treas . 

Charles Baxter, 2 d Dep. Ch. [Alexander Wight, Sec. 

Duncan Cowan, Alex. Haig, John Whigham, Robert Scott, and 
William Gilchrist, Auditors of Accounts 


TRUSTEES for MANUFACTURES , tfc.—1727. 


Duke of Atholl 
Lord President 
Vifc. Melville 
Lord Glenlee 
Sir J. Montgo¬ 
mery 

D. of Hamilton 


Sir P Murray 
Sir John Sinclair 
Ld Juftice Clerk 
Gilbert Tnnes 
Sir John Hay 
Lord Pitmilly 
Alex Ofbourne 


BaronC Rattray 
Ld Abercromby 
Sir A M‘Kenzie 
Lord Chf.Comr 
Sir W. Forbes 
Lord Gray 
Lord Advocate 


Lord Meadow- 
bank 

Ld Chief Baron 
Earl of Elgin 
Sir Rob.Dundas 
Sir Hen Jardine 


Sir W. Arbuthnot, sec.—G . Thoiqfon, elk —J. Stuart, acct. 










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BRITISH WHITE HERRING FISHERY . 

I^ord Advocate JAlex Osborne ISirJohn Hay ILd Abercromby 
Gilbert Innes |BarClk RattrayJSir Wm Forbes | One vacant 
J. Dunsmure, Secretary. 


ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH —1783* 

Sir Walter Scott, Presidents 
Lord Chief Baron I Professor Russell 7 
Lord Glenlee | Dr T. C.Hope J Vice-Presidents 

Dr Brewster, Sec —Thos. Allan, Treas .—James Skene, Curator 


SOCIETY of ANTIQUARIES of SCOTLAND, 


E. of Elgin & Kincardine, Pres 
Sir Hen. Jardine, 1 st Vice-Pres. 
Lord Meadowbank, 2d do. 
Gilbert Innes, 3d do. 


Robert Scott Moncrieff, Treas. 
Dr Hibbert & T. Kinnear, Secs 
Rev. Dr Brunton, Foreign Sec. 
iJa. Skene, Curator oj Museum 


GRAND LODGE OF SCOTLAND. 
His Majesty the King, Patron. 


Earl of Kinnoull, grand-master 
Lord Elcho, dep. grand mafier 
Vise; Glenorchy, paftgr. mailer 
Wm Inglis, fubfl. grand-mafler 
I Warrender, fen. grand-warden 
' SirDMoncrieffe, jwn.gr. warden 


SirJoh*Hay, grand treafurer 
Alex Lawrie, grand fee. 

, grand chap. 

James Bertram, grand clerk 
W Cunningham, grand jeweller 
Arch Paterson, bible-bearer 


HIGHLAND SOCIETY of SCOTLAND . 
His Grace the Duke of Gordon, Prefident . 


Mq of Tweeddale 
Marq of Lothian / Vice 
Sk Visc. Strathallan f Preftdents. 
Lord Abercromby J 
Gilbert Innes, treasurer 
lanald Macdonald, fecretary 


Claud Russel, auditor 
Rev. Dr Baird, chaplain 
Lewis Gordon, and C. Gotdon, 
dep. secretaries and collectors 
Charles Gordon, recorder & elk 
J. Mackav, jeweller & medalist 


ROYAL COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS. 

Monro, prefident iThos Spens, treafurer 

L Duncan, sen. vice-prefident John Warrock Purcell, fiscal 
i5 tVm Pulteney Alison, fecretary J William MoncrietF, librarian 

lie- _ 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. 

David Hay, m.d. president—Thomas Lothian, tieasuier 













234 


Lord Lieutenants Iff Sheriff Deputes of Scotland, 
With the Sheriff Depute' s Salaries. 


Counties 

Lord Lieutenants 

Sheriffs Depute 

Sala . 

Aberdeen 

Marquis of Huntly 

Andrew Murray 

400/ 

Ayr 

Earl of Glasgow 

Archibald Bell 

400 

Argyle 

Duke of Argyle 

Robert Bruce 

400 

Berwick 

Earl of Home 

William Boswell 

300 

Banff 

Earl of Fife 

James Urquhart 

300 

Bute 

Marquis of Bute 

Samuel M l Cormick 

JOO 

Caithnefs 

Earl of Caithnefs 

James Trail 

30 0) 

Sutherland 

Marquis of Stafford 

Hugh Lumsden 

350 

Dumfries 

Marq. of Queensberry 

Sir T Kirkpatrick 

350 

Dumbarton 

Duke of Montrose 

J C Colquhoun 

300 

Edinburgh 

Earl of Morton 

Adam Duff 

600 

Elgin 

Earl of Moray 

Sir Geo. Abercromby 


Nairn 

William Brodie, Esq. 

Ditto 

30 ° 

Fife 

Earl of Kellie 

Andrew Clephane 

400 

Kinrofs 

Rt Hon. Wm. Adam 

James Moncrieff 


Clackmanan 

Earl Mansfield 

Ditto 

3 S 0 

Forfar 

Lord Douglas 

James L’Amy 

400 

Haddington 

Marq. of Tweeddale 

William Horne 

300 

Inverness 

Hon. F. W. Grant 

William F Tytler 

400 

Kirkcudbright 

Earl of Galloway 

Sir Alexander Gordon 

300 

Kincardine 

Vifcount Arbuthnot 

George Douglafs 

300 

Lanark 

Duke of Hamilton 

Wm Rose Robinson 

500 

Linlithgow 

Earl of Hopetoun 

John Cay 

300 

Orkney 


J. A. M‘Conochie 

33 ° 

Peebles 

Earl of Wemyss 

John Wood 

300 

Perth 

Duke of Athole 

Duncan Macneil 

400 

Renfrew 

Arch. Campbell, Esq. 

John C Dunlop 

35 ° 

Roxburgh 

Marquis of Lothian 

William Oliver 

300 

Rofs 

Sir J. W. M‘Kenzie 

Donald M‘Leod 


Cromarty 

R B JE. M‘Leod, Esq. 

Ditto 

400 

Selkirk 

Lord Montague 

Sir Walter Scott 

300 

Stirling 

Duke of Montrose 

Ranald Macdonald 

350 

Wigton 

Earl of Galloway 

James Walker 

3C0 


Society of Burgh & Parochial Schoolmasters. 
(Established by Act of Parliament, 1807.) 

Mr Spence (Prestonpans) JPreses . 

George Irvine, High School, cashier Wm Pyper, clirk . 


















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Do. Linlithgow Measure 
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Wheat, with Straw........ 

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MAGISTRATES op ABERDEEN. 

Alexander Brown, Esq. Provost. 

James Milne, Esq. 1 Alex. Duthie, Jun., Esq.? BaUlieu 
Robert Brown, Esq | James Brebner, Esq. $ 

Alexander Duncan, Esq. Dean of Guild . 

Robert Catto, Esq. Treasurer . 

Messrs George Lyall, Master of Shore Works. ^ 

George Henry, Mafer of Kirk £3* Bridge Work j. 

James Dyce, Mafter of Mortifications. 

Peter M Farlane, Mafter of Guild Brethren s Hospital . 
Merchant Counsellors , 

James Hadden, Esq |Wm. Johnston, Esq.lAlex. Hadden, Esq. 
Gavin Hadden, Esq.|Geo. Thomson, Esq.|Alex, Simpson, Esq. 
Trades Counsellors , 

Deacon George Smith, glazier | Deacon George Michie, cooper 

Alex.Dauney, ll.d. Assessor —William Carnegie, Town Clerk 
James Haidie, Town Clerk Deflate and City Chamberlain 
Alex. Cadenhend, Proc.Fifcal. — (Baillie Courts on Saturday.) 
John Smith, architect, Sufierintendant of Works 


INCORPORATIONS . 

The Rev. Dr William Lawrence Brown, Patron, 


Andrew Affleck, shoemaker, Deacon Convener . 
James Cobban, builder, Mafer of HofpitaL 


Trades 
Hammermen . 

Bakers . 

Wrights and Coopers. 

Tailors . 

Shoemakers . 

Weavers 

JFleshers . 


Deacons 

William Coutts 
Alex. Moitimer 
James Cobban 
George Brown 
William Milne 
Alexander Ross 
Peter Davidson 


Boxmafers 
Thomas Baird 
James Mackie 
George Michie 
Geo. Anderson, jun. 
William Brebner 
John Gordon 
James Williamson 


William Maitland, shoemaker, Factor to the Widow's Fund. 
John Innes, merchant-tailor, Treasurer to the Trades' School. 

George Robertson, Teacher. John Smith, Assistant . 
Convener John Leslie, goldsmith, (the Founder), Treasurer to 
the Supplementary Widow's Fund, 

Adam Coutts and Alexander Allan, Conj, Clerks & Consultors. 















237 


CHURCHES, CHAPELS, and MEETING-HOUSES, 

_ r lir T Prfu 


Establishment.^ 

College Church . 

Footdee (Sf Clement's) 

Chapels of Ease.... | 


West Church . ^ 

East Church ...... ^ 

Btoad Street 
Footdee 

Belmont Street ^ 

Shiprow (Trinity) 

Shiprow (Union) 

Gilcomston 
Gaelic Lane 
Nether Kirkgate 
Correction Wynd 
Tannery Street 
Belmont Street 
Skene Street 
St. Andrew’s Street 

,, C James Cordmer 

Gallowgate .^jjohn Brown 


King Street. 

) Golden Square 


Gaelic 

Original Burgher 
United Associate 

Synod . 

Associate Synod. 

Original Antiburgher 

Relief .... 

English Episcopal, *) 

{St. Paul's) $ 

Scotch Episcopal, 7 
{St. Andrew's) $ 

2d cong. (S/ John's) 

K George Street 

Congregat. Union... | Fre dcrick Street 

Congregational.Blackfriars Street 

Relief (Old). 

Baptist, English. 

Baptist, Scotch . 

Methodist Chapel 7 
( Wesleyan) $ 

Sailors’ Church . 

Catholic Chapel . 

Glassite Meeting. 

Society of Friends. 


W.L. Brown, Princip. 
Prof. George Glennie 
John Murray 
James Foote 
Abercromby Gordon 
John Thomfon,M.D. 
John Bryce 
Wm. Leith, Assist. 
David Simpson 
William Lyon 
Prof. James Kidd 
Hugh M‘Kenzie 
William Primrofe 
Henry Angus 
James Stirling 
James Templeton 
John Aiken 
Samuel M‘Millan 


Shiprow 
Union Terrace 

Netherkirkgate 

Long-acre. 

Quay 

Justice Street 
St. Andrew’s Street 
Guestrow 


Bishop Wm. Skinner 
William Browning 
Patrick Cheyne 
Alexander Thomson 
Richard Penman 
James Spence 
Hugh Hart 
John Gilmour 
Various 
John Shipman 
Henry Hickman 
Various 

Charles Gordon 

Various 

Various 


SCHOOLS. 

Grammar School.— James Melvin, iJ^r.-Robeit Forbes, 
Tames Watt, and John Dun, Master,. 

Latin. English, Writing, ,J C _D. & A. Grant, Long-acre; John 
Paterson, Gallowgate ; Geo. Biuce, Netherkirkg 





































238 

Academy Netherkirkgate— Mathematics* Geography, T. Welsh 

Writing, Arithmetic, Navigation, Mathematic, tS ‘c _Jas. Gordon 

Ic^Z^' Correct>on-wynd_Wm. Eigen, Drum’s Lane’ 
—George Morgan, James’ street 

Mrs Sim's Academy, Barkmill— George Melvin, master, Mors, 
G. L Schoenberg, teacher of French and German. 

Private Academy, Upperkirkgate—Rev. R. Reid 

li a wuT h Z S °f Mathematic °' Geography, Languages, $c— 

K W,Ison, iduxter-row, and W.Ettershank * 

r? ,’ ToIrie > Senebier . an d Schoenberg 

Sm,tb > Shiprow—T. Meston, Union-lane— 
James Ledingham, Guestrow—John Meggett, Union-street 
Drawing— Dav.d Marshall, James Troup. 

Porter Painting John Mcgget, - Mercer, and J. Giles. 
Miniature Do — Arch. Birnie, Alex. Fraser, Patrick Paterson 

Z Z^‘ ntal ' J ° hn R ° SS ’ Archibald Duff, James Davie 
James M.ddleton, John Mackenzie, Mrs Hay, Wm. Black’ 

J^Tarlor w' nf J °A In™' ^trumentai- 

g2&S££Z&"~ D "”' r., h . 

yzri MIS'S-,rs-i D " ,r ’ ai »- n™”’ j— 

Boarding Schools for Young Ladies— MifTes Dryfdale, Mrs Cock- 
err 1 Miss Sangster, Miss Smith, Mrs Thomson, Misses Laing 

uS£%? 

Teachers of Beading, English Grammar , 

alCOner. Drum’s T an. i, , 


J ty meaning, . 

Gilbert Falconer, Drum’s Dane 


I. Hill, 

Thomas Roger, 
John Jaffray, 

A. Riach, 

James Bartler, 
William Reid, 
Thomas Adams, 


Broad-street 
Broad Street 
Gallowgate 
Diamond st. 
Long-acre 
Denburn 
Causewayend 


James Clark, ' Gallowgate 
Jonath. Cumming, Upper kirkg. 
Alex Cromar Bowbridge 

J ames Ellethorn Green 

Alex. Milne, Frederick-st. 

Alex. Strath, 5 ^ h , a P el of Ease . 

C Gilcomston 

William Smith, Footdee 


ri, v " , ’ ^ ouacwd y e na william Smith, Footdee 
Charity School Founded by Mr James Thain, merchant 1788 
for educating Poor Children—The Four Town’s Minider!’ 
Mr James Calder.Baillie R. Garden, Dr D. Fordyce Mr Alex’ 









239 

aotlly SM—Vomdcd by Rift op Gerard, for teaching 30 Poor 
Children to read. The Eldest Minister and Eldest Baillie, 
Trustees . Mrs Michie, Teacher. 

Mr John Davidson's Free School , Footdee.— The Provost for the 
time, Youngest Minister of Aberdeen, Minister of Footdee, 
Master of Mortifications, Trustees . - Williamson, TWier 

* School of Indujlry, Union Terrace, (i8li) supported by vo¬ 
luntary contribution, for inducting Poor Children in Reading, 
Writing, Sewing, &c.—Miss Elizabeth Riach, Teacher . 

Female School of Industry , Chronicle-lane, North-street—Miss 
Campbell, Teacher. 


Dr. Anderson’s School— Inst. 1825, 

Under the Will of the late Rev. Dr. John Anderson, of the 
Island of St. Christopher’s, of date 3d July 1735, and on the 
principles and system of the “ National Society of England.** 
Honorary Visitors —The Trustees of Dr. Anderson. 

Ordinary Visitors and Managers —The Trustees and Managers 
of St. Andrew s, St. John s, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Chapels, 
with the Right Rev. the Bishop of the Diocese, and the Rev. 
the Clergymen of said Chapels. 

Treas. t3* Sec.—J. Fleming, adv. Teacher — R. W. Anderson, m. a, 
(School-room, Flourmill-lane.) 


Baillie James Milne 
Baillie Robert Brown 
John Whyte 
George Thomson 


DEAN of GUILD COURT. 
Alexander Duncan, Esq. Dean of Guild. 
Assessors : 


William Johnston 
Robert Catto 
Robert Duthie 
William Mackie 


George Turreff, Dean of Guild's Officer. 


William Catto 
Alexander Gaien 
Alexander Simpson 
William Pirie 


BOARD of TAXERS. 


Baillie Alex. Duthie 
Baillie Jas. Brebner 
Alex. Duncan, D. G. 
Robert Catto, Treas> 
Merchants , 

Jf>hn Whyte 
William Mackie 
William Pirie 


James Lamond 
George Thomson 
William Catto 
George Lyall 
William Johnston 
Robert Duthie 
'John Lumsden 
Peter Macfarlane 


John Maitland 
Advocates , 

John Ewing 
Charles Chalmers 
Trades Counsellors , 
Deacon Geo. Smith 
Deacon Geo. Michie 
James Hardie, Clerk , 

















240 


SOCIETY OF ADVOCATES. 

Incorporated, by Royal Charters . 


1794 Alexander Webster, Esq. President . 
1804 f*James Hardie, Esq. Treasurer 


1769 

Arthur D. Fordyce 
1776 

Alexander Dauney 
1778 

Hary Lumfden 
1785 

Charles Gordon 
William Kennedy 
1785 

James M‘Cook 
1787 

John Watfon 
1789 

Alexander Shand 
f Alexander Crombie 
David Hutcheon 
Peter Farquharfon 
1794 

Robeit Morice 
William D. Fordyce 
Duncan Davidson 
1796 

f Andrew Jopp 
Francis Gordon 
f*William Carnegie 
fThomas Burnett 
1798 

Thomas Hutcheon 
1802 

Thomas Sangfler 
1805 

Andiew Robertson 
Adam Coutts 
James Grant 


1804 
Hugh Fullerton 
Alexander Smith 
Lewis Nicoll 
William Stuart 
George Yeats 

1807 

Charles Winchester 
fHenry Lumfden 

1808 
John Duthie 

f*James Blaikie 

1809 

Alex. Cadenhead 

1810 

John Hutcheon 
Alexander Allan 
John Smith 
1811 

Simfon Ogilvie 
Alex. Ligertwood 
Francis Shand 
John Ewing 
1812 

fChaTles Chalmers 
Alexander Copland 
1815 

Thomas Reid 
William Simpson 
George Stewart 
1814 

Francis Garden 
George Rainnie 
Robert Ramsay 
Alexander Gordon 
John Duguid Milne 


1816 

Patrick Bannerman 
James Ferguson 
John Thom 
James Ross 
John Cadenhead 
James Simpson 
George Wilson 

1817 

Alexander Gibbon 
James Murray 
James M‘Hardy 
John Webster 
Alexander Muir 
William Smith 

1818 

William Adam 
John L. Shirrefs 
Alexander Stronacb 
Robert Alcock 
§ George Cumming 

1819 

*§ Alex. Thomson 
§Alex. Smith, jun. 

§ John Smith, jun. 

1820 

William Robison 
William Westland 
James Nicol 
George Johnston 
1821 

John Fleming 
Arthur D. Fordyce 
Alexander Chivas 
James Edmond 











1822 
John Angus 
1823 

James Russel 
James Mair 
fAlexander Fraser 
William Gray 
Alex. Milne Mowat 


241 

Benjamin Spark 

1824 

Robert Dyce 
John Duncan 

1825 

William Gordon 
* Clements Lumsden 
Ne*vell Burnett 


Alexander Jopp 
William Garrow 
*John Ferres 
1826 

* Alexander Hendry 
William Ross 
George Leask 


A. Thomson, Esq. Lecturer on Scots Law &£ Conveyancing, 
Thomas Hodge, (Keeper of the Court-House) Librarian . 
fCommittee of Funds,&c.—*Examinators—§ Agents for the Poor. 


SHERIFF COURT. 

Andrew Murray, Esq. Sheriff-Depute. 

Alex. Dauney, Efq. ll.d. and Wm Kennedy, Efq. sheriffs-subst. 
James Gordon of Craig, sheriff clerk 

Ftancis Gordon, Alex. Thom, and Alex. Mitchell, clerks depute 
Wm. Simpson, jiroc. fiscal .—[Court days, Wednesdays & Fridays .] 

COMMISSARY COURT , (as regulated by Act of Pari . G. IV.) 

Andrew Murray, Esq. Commissary 
Alex. Dauney, ll.d. and Wm. Kennedy, Esq. Commissary Deps. 
Alexander Gordon, Commissary Clerk. 

William Simpson, Procurator Fiscal 
85^ rhe Commissariot of Aberdeen now comprehends the same 
Parishes as the Sheriffdom. 


JUSTICE of PEACE COURT. 

Francis Gordon, clerk —Jas. Mackie and Alex. Mitchell, deputes 
Alexander Thomson, procurator fiscal 
The offices of the sheriff-clerk and juftice of peace clerk are kept 
in the Record Office, Caftle-flreet, where all the records of the 
(herilfs, commissary, freeholders, and juftices of peace of Aber- 
deenihire are preferved, under the care of the refpc&ive clerks. 


SMALL DEBT COURT. 

Held at Aberdeen , in the Record Hall , every second Monday. 
The acting Juftices of the Peace, Judges. 

Fras. Gordon, principal clerk —J. Mackie & A. Mitchell, deputes 
Dif rifts and Clerks. Braemar —James Smith 

Aberdeen-] .Macrkic, A.Mitchell Dcer t Old Deer —James Watt 
Alford , Forbes —H. M‘Connach Ellon —Wm Massie 


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242 

Garioch , Pitcapie —John Shand Rathen —John Milne 
Kincardine —John Grassick \Slrathbogie, Huntly —A Stewart 

Peterhead —Adam Gray \Turriff —William Cowie 


PUBLIC OFFICERS . 

David Hutcheon, advocate, clerk to the commiflioners for the 
redemption of the land-tax. 

Thomas and Newell Burnett, advocates, joint clerks to the com¬ 
missioners of supply, clerks of general meetings of trustees 
under the turnpike act, and geneial clerks of lieutenancy. 

Henry and Clements Lumsden, advocates, collectors of cess for 
the county—James Giant, advocate, collector for the town 

Newell Burnett, advocate, keeper of the register of seisins for the 
counties of Aberdeen and Kincardine. 

James Blaikie, advocate, collector of bishop rents. 


DISTRICT CLERKS.—[Commutation Act.] 

Thomas and Newell Burnett, Esqrs. Aberdeen, General Clerks 


Districts . 

1 Deer —James Watt 

2 Ellon —James Shirrefs, 

5 Garioch —Peter Beattie 

4 Kincardine —John Grassick 


5 Turriff —William Cowie 

6 Aberdeen —Lewis Nicol 

7 Alford —Hugh M‘Connach 

8 Huntly —Alexander Stewart 

9 Aberdeen —A, & J. Cadenhead 


PARTICULAR REGISTERS OF SASINES . 
Aberdeen and Kincardine—Ne well Burnett, Aberdeen 
styr, Bailliary of Kyle, Carrick, <J- Cuninghame—D. Shaw, Ayr 
Banff— Janies Harper, Banff. 

Berwickshire and Lauderdale— F. Romanes, Lauder 
Dumbarton , Bdtb, Argyll, fyc.— H. W. Campbell, Dumbarton 
Dumfries, Kirkcudbright, and Annandale—W . Goldie, Dumfries 
Edinburgh, Haddington , Linlithgow, 8gc.— Sir R. Dundas, Edinb. 
Elgin, Forres, and Nairn shires — Artnur Duff, Elgin 
Forfar — William Chalmers, Dundee 
Fife —T. Borsbrugb, Cfipar 

Inverness , Ross, Sutherland , and Cromarty — C. M‘lntosh, Inver¬ 
ness. Caithness —John Rose, Wick 
Kinross— J. Skelton, Kinross 

Lanark, ex. Burgh and Bar . of Glasgow —Nor. Lockhart, W.S. 
Orkney and Zetland —W. H. Fotberingham, Kirkwall 
Rerih Slewartry of Strathern, ex. Monteith—J. M.Paton, Perth 
Roxburgh, Selkirk, and Peebles— John Smith, Kelso 
Re.nfrewsh.8t Bar. of Glasgow- F. Pothering ham, R.flill, Glasgow 
Stirling and Ctackmanan, and Monteith —James Boyd, Stirling 
Wigtonshire —George A grew, Wigton 









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MESSENGERS-AT-ARMS. 
Aberdeen —^George Fyfe, 'Thos.Strichen —John Milne 


Cowie, John Fyfe, and Geo, 
Rae 

Qldmeldrum —John M‘Pherson 
Fyvie —Win Uiquhart 
Huntly —George Maitland and 
• Robert Adam 

Fraserburgh —J Milne, Rathen 


Peterhead —James Boyd, Adam 
Gray, and John Campbell 
Tarland —Arthur Reid 
Banff —David Shier, W. Symon 
and George Raeburn 
Stonehaven —George Jack, and 
Richard Gaiter 


Aberdeen . 

George Fyfe Thomas Cowie 


SHERIFF OFFICERS. 


Simon Grant 
Geo. Turreff 
Benj. Clerk 
John Fyfe 


Thomas Mackie 
George Rae 
Wm Walker 
Chas Dawson 


James Dawson Geo Cockburn 
Geo Middleton Alex Clunes 
John Riach George Lyell 

Donald Bisset Robert Main 

Old Aberdeen. 

James Rofs Old Aberdeen 

James Mitchell Woodside 

Upper Banchory. 

Wm. Dower Banchory 

Alford. 

James Mitchell Tullynefsle 
Alex. Taylor Keig 
Banff. 

James Brown W. M‘Ronald 
James Dawfon Colin Grant 
Wm. Symon David Shier 

James Murison Troup 
Jos. Johnston Marnoch 
Frafer burgh. 

Jas Blackball Fraferburgh 
Thco.Martio Cairnbulg 
John Brown Fraferburgh 

Huntly. 

James Gordon Huntly 
Wm Anderson Ditto 


Robert Adam Huntly 
John Dailochy Ditto 
Robert Lemon Ditto 
John Gall Glenhead,Cults 
J. M < William Beldornie 
JVLidmar. 

Charles Fyfe Moss-side,Shicls 

Mortlacha 
Robert Stewart Belnacool 
Wm Gordon Prieftwells 
George Grant Tynebog 
Kincardine O'Neil. 

John Strachan Charlefton 
Peter Merchant Midbelty 
Fyvie. 

Wm Urquhart Fyvie 
Tames Selby Muirfoundland 
Keith. 

Lewis Shaw John Findlay 
George Elder Wm George 
P. M‘Lachlan Glenlivet 
Old Biel drum. 

John Davidfon Oldmeldrum 
Jn M‘Pherson Ditto 
James Chriftie Haddo houfe 
Geo Sangfter Udny 
John Milne Mosside,Elrick 
Ellon. 

Thos Sheriffs Ellon 
John Clark, Slains 
John Rofs Cruden 










Ja Cruickshank Byreleask 
J G Cuming Slains 
John Argo, Bridgefoot,Foveran 
Wm Kemp Belhelvie 
Skene. 

George Nicol Auchmore 
John Wilfon Skene 
David Ririe Caftlefrafer 
Keith-hall. 

George Geils Inverury 
Peter Smith Ditto 
Kintore . 

W. Allan Monymusk 
Old Rain. 

William Benzie Gufhetnook 


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James Boyd John Mathew 
Wm Watson 

Mintlaiv. 

John Milne Rathen 
Shaw Shaw Old Deer 
John Birnie New Pitfligo 

Thomas Marr Ditto 
Wm Chalmers Strichen 
John Philp Pitfour 
William Prott Cairnbanno 
John Aden Blairmormonth 

Alex Thomson Old Deer 


Alex Leith 
James Horn 
John Horn 
Wm Reid 
John Glafs 


Bonnytown 
Old Wefthall 
Ditto 
Ditto 
New'on 


Charles Boddie Newfeat 
Peter Anderlbn Counter ford 
AndrewWisely Meikie Wartle 
Wm Dempfter Ditto 
Strathdon. 

Harry Forbes Aidahuie 
John Forbes Bellamore 

Wm Mortimer Tornageen 

John Callum Glenbucket 

Peterhead. 

Garden Boyd John Hill 

William Hay John Dalgarno 

And. Thoirs Adam Giay 


Rhynie. 

Tames Cow Kildrummy 
Peter Whyte Druminner 
James Smith Old Forest 
Turriff. 

John Grant James Fraser 
George Hay Cumineftcn 
J Duguid, Arnhead,AuchterIesg 
Tullich. 

John Davidfon Torgalter 
John Lamond Crathie 
Chas Duncan Ditto 
John Lamond Glendee 
P Farquharson Abergeldie 
Tar land. 

Alex. Mackie Tarland 
Arthur Reid Ditto 
Robert Grant Corachree 
iAlex Coutts Ballachalich 
'Charles Neil Coldftonc 


HARBOUR TRUSTEES. 

The Magiflrates and Council I Ja. Riddel, book-keeper & aec. 
Wm Carnegie, sec. andclerk |J. Holmes, superint. & engineer 

GUILDRY COMPANY OF ABERDEEN. 

(Instituted 1826.) 

Alexander Webster, President I John Whyte, Treasurer 
Alexander Low, Vice-President\A\zxax\&ex Rust, Secretary 








CUSTOMS. 

Alex. More, Esq. Collector. —Alex. Lyall, Esq. Comptroller. 


John & Geo. Sim, Collector's Clks. 
A. A. Lyell, Comptr.'s Clerk 
Robert Henderson, Land Surv. 
Arch. Hill, Tide Surveyor 
R. Henderson, Comp, of War eh, 
James Crow, Weigher 


George Sim, Warehoufe Keeper 
Robert Smith, Searcher 
Land Waiters . 

James Oliver Robert Smith 
Alex Duthie John Stuart 
(14 Tidesmen —4 Boatmen.) 


EXCISE. 

William Gillespie, Esq. Collector . —James Forbes, Clerk. 
[Office—Oliver’s Court, Upperkirkgate.] 


Aberdeen 
1 st District. 

Jn Oliver, super. 
Officers . 

John M Hunter 
William Peddie 
Wm Swan 
George Brodie 
Ro. Buchannan 
William Smith 
Stuart Shand 
Chas Mossman 

Aberdeen 
2 d District. 
J.Davidson, sup. 


Officers , 
Hugh Rofs 
James Saunderi 
Arthur Brebner 
John Lennox 
Geo. M‘Kay 
Andrew Ross 
John Tannach 
John Reid 

Kincard. O'Neil 
District. 
JRobertson^A 
Officers , 
William Hally 


Alex Gibson 
And, Johnston 
John Sutherland 
Vincent Bywell 
— Hunter 
Dun. Stewart 
Jas Galbraith 

Oldmeldrum 

Diftrict. 

J D Brash, sup. 

Officers , 
Bryce Scott 
Chas M‘Lean 
John Snjitli 


Jonath. RadclifflGeo Henderson 


Arch M*Arthur 
James Emslie 
Alex Mitchell 
Robert Burns 

Peterhead Dist. 
D.Robertson,y«. 

Officers , 
John Hasting 
David Findlay 
John Ritchie 
John Marques 
Robert Dickson 
Gilbert Fleming 
James L Duff 
Wm Robertson 


James Gow and James Hally, Permit Writers. 


Three ex Officio. 
The Ptovost 
Dean of Guild 
And Treasurer 
of the City 


COMMISSIONERS of POLICE. 


Geo Clerihew 
Neil Smith 
Andrew Jopp 
And. Oldman 
Thomas Spark 


John Thom 
John Booth,jun 
Alex. Gibbon 
Wm. Duncan 


George Still 
L. Cruickshank 
David Milne 
Alexander Pirie 


William Stuart, advocate. Treasurer. 

W. Chalmers, Clerk Collector)!^. Chapman, Sup .of Watchmen 
David Longmuir, Overseer. |G. Gellan and J. Knox, Patrol. 

Rate of Assessment—Is. per 1 /. for Police, and 6 d. per 1 /. for 
Watch ; leviable upon all houfes, (hops, and other buildings, at 
and above 2 / of yearly rent. 


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ABERDEEN BANKING COMPANY. 
Established ls£ Jan . 1767. 

Sir Charles Forbes, Bart, of New and Edinglassie. Governor. 
Directors , 


A. Bannerman, Efq.l Alexander Pirie, Esq. 

Alex. Crombie, Efq.|John Garioch, EfqJ 
Dunc.Davidson, Efq.lHary Lumfden, Esq. 

Hugh Gordon, Esq. |Cha,Bannerman,Esq. 

Alexander Morrice, Esq, Cashier. 

James Johnston, Accomptant I John Raeburn # T .. 
Samuel Middleton, Clerk | William Gall ‘ e erSm 

Offices , 


William Read, Efq. 
P. Farquharfon, Esq. 
Colonel Arth. Forbes 
James Blaikie, Esq. 


^ Agents* 

Huntly .Charles Macdonald 

Keith .John Taylor 

Elgin,. .John Robertson 


Offices. Agents. 

Peterhead ...James Anderson 
Fraserburgh, Alexander Frafer 
Banff ......... 3. Sc G. Imlach 


COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY. 
Dire&ors, IGeorge Forbes, Esq. [W. F. Robertson,Esq. 
Al.Abercrombie, Esq I James Forbes, Esq. [Robert Walker, Esq. 
R. Abercrombie, Efq.jGeo. Hogarth, Esq, | 

Alexander Chivas, Efq. Cashier. 

David Wright, Accountant IJohn Christall, Teller 

Daniel Nicolfon, Book-keeper (David Wyllie, Assistant Teller 


ABERDEEN TOWN AND COUNTY BANK. 
Capital—3^750,000. 

Established 15th June, 1825. 

Lt.-Gen. William Burnett of Banchory Lodge, Governor. 


Dnectors. 


Lt.-Gen.J.G.C.Skene H. L, Lumsden, Esq. 


Jas. Farquhar, M.P. 
Robert Grant, Esq, 
James Ferguson, Esq, 
Major A. F. Taylor 
*John Ewing, Esq. 


Major A. Leith Hay 


Geo. Thomson, Esq. 
*Alex. Duncan, Esq. 
John Irvine, Esq. 

*C. Chalmers, Esq, 
Thos. Sangster, Esq. 
Alex. Gordon, Esq. 
Wm. Pirie, Esq. 


*John Ross, Esq. 

*Alex; Brown, Esq. 

, *Geo. M‘Innes, Esq. 

^Robert Catto, Esq. 

Wm. Johnston, Esq. 

Those marked * form the Committee of Management, 

Alex. Mitchell, Esq. Cashier. —Alex. Foulerton, Esq. Secretary , 
William Littlejohn, Book-keeper. 

John Smith and James Westland, Tellers. 

Andrew Nicol, Francis Smith, and John Milne, Clerks. 

BRANCHES. 


Stonehaven —James Burness 
Peterhead-— Ogilvie Will 


( Keith —Alexander Thurburn 
Golspie —James Blander 

















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BANK of SCOTLAND. 

Peter Dnguid, Esq. Agent. 

Alexander Sim, Accountant— William Aikman, Teller. 
George Aikman and John Carr, Clerks . 


Offices. Agents. 

Ayr Thos. McClelland 

Dnmfries John Barker 
Dunfermline W. Beveridge 
Fort William Robert Fly ter 
Glafgow Robert A itken 
Haddington Arch. Todrick 
Inver nefs John M‘Kenzie 
Kelfo James Darling 


Offices. Agents. 

Kirkrudbr. James Niven 
Kirkcaldy David Morgan 
Perth P. G. Stewart 

St Andrews Arch. Johnston 
Stirling John Macmillan 
Stonehaven William Stewart 
Montrose John Brand, 
Collector 


COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. of SCOTLAND. 
Alexander Blackie, Esq. Agent. 

John Sim, Accountant. —John Green, Teller.— , Clerk. 


Offices. 
Alloa 
Annan 
Banff 
Beith 


Agents. 

John Wilson 
James Scott 
Hugh Crofs 
Robert Faulds 
Campbeltown D. S. Galbreath 
Coldstream John Thomson 
Crieff Peter Scott 
Cupar Wm. Drummond 
Dalkeith James Alexander 
Dumbarton Archibald Burns 
Dunfermline R. & J. Kerr 
Dunkeld Robert Cargill 
Dumfries William Goldie 
Elgin John Lawson, jun. 
Falkirk H. Salmond 


Offices. Agents • 

Glasgow John Wyld 
Hawick Oliver & Elliot 
Inverness John Mactavish 
Kelso John Waldie 
Kilmarnock M. T. Paterson 
Kirkcaldy Robert Kirk 
Lanark Thomas Paul 
Leith — Spence 

Musselburgh— Kemp 
Paisley Francis Martin 
Peterhead John Elrick 
Stirling Wm Macintosh 
Tain Wm.Murray &Son 

Thurso John Henderson 

Wick Robert Innes 


EXCHANGE & DEPOSIT BANK 
Of Messrs. John Maberly # Co. 

Stephen Pellatt, Esq. Agent. 

John Garden, Accountant .—Archibald Watson, Teller • 


Offices. Agents . 

Aberdeen Stephen Pellatt 

Montrofe William Jameson 

Dundee Robert Strachan 


Offices. 
Edinburgh 
Glasgow 


Agents . 
James Blyth 
Mill Pellatt 










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BANK HOLIDAYS. 


New Year's Day...... January 1 

K. Geo. IV. Accession,. 29 

K. Cha. I. Martyrdom,. 50 

Good Friday.... April 13 

K. G. 1V.Birth- d. kept, Apr. 2 3 
If they fall on Sunday, are 


K. Cha. II Restored ...May 29, 
K. Geo. IV. Coronat ...July 19 

Gun Powder Plot,. Nov. 5 

Christmas,,. Dec. 25 

Faft days before the Sacrament 
kept the Monday following. 


SAVINGS BANK—(1815) 


Directors. | Charles Ross 
Dun. Davidson lAlex. Gibbon 
Alex. Pirie Wm Read 
Andrew Jopp i Alexander Low 
J.A. SandilandsWm Stuart 


Al. Bannerman 'David Chalmers 


James Grant 
Dr Henderfon 
Alex. Brown 
James Knowles 
James Gibbon 
Alex. Smith 


Gavin Hadden 
Geo. Hogarth 
William Pirie 
Alex. Simpfon 
Geo. Symmers 
Hugh Fullerton 


The Treasurer and two of the Directors attend at the office 
in the Poor’s Hospital, every Saturday morning, from 9 to 10 
o’clock, and receive sums from 2 s. to 51. Wm Smith, Treat. 


MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
Charles Skene, m.d. President. 

RESIDENT ORDINARY MEMBERS. 


George French, m,d, 
James Moir, m,d. 
William Dyce, m.d. 
John Brown, m d. 
Robert Daun, m.d. 

J. C. Ogilvie, m.d. 1 
Secretary j 

James Davidson, m.d. 
Alex, Ewing, m.d. \ 
Keeper of Museum ) 
Wm.Henderson, m.d. 


Pat. Blaikie, m.d. j William Keith, Esq. 
Alex. Fraser, Esq. John Campbell, Esq, 
James Torry, m.d. I Jas. Jamieson, Esq. 
J.H. Walker, m.d. John Fiaser, Esq. 7 
J. Abercrombie, Esq, Librarian y 

William Leslie, Esq. ,Har. Thomson, Esq. 
Alex, Thomson, Esq. Rev. William Leith 
Jo. Cadenhead, Esq. Alex. Kilgour, Esq. 
Alex.Cromar, Esq . J |Francis Ogston,M.D. 

Secretary ) j 

Alex. Cuddie, Esq. | 


junior class (consisting of Students. J 
Edwird Woodford and George Nicol, Presidents. 
John Itvine, Secretary .— Andrew Moir, Collector . 
David Hutcheon, advocate, Treasurer. 


ABERDEEN SEA INSURANCE COMPANY, 
Instituted 1825.—Capital, ^50,000 Sterling. 
Arthur Thomson, Manager —(Office, 11, Union Buildings.) 



















Calder & Co. 
Alexander Fraser 
John Lumsden 
William Pirie & Co. 
Alexander Walker 
Alexander Forbes 


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INSURANCE BROKERS. 


John Catto, Son & Co 
Robert Duthie 
David Copland 
William White 
'Hugh Morren 
|Alexander Hay 


William Allen 
William Duguid 
Robert Moir 
George Thompson 
Glennie & Black 
David Shirrefs 


NEW COURT HOUSE & JAIL COMMISSIONERS. 


Named by the County . 
Duncan Davidfon of Tillychetly 
Adam Cumine of Rattray 
Patrick Kilgour of Woodside 


Named by the City . 

James A. Sandilands of Cruivcs 
David Hutcheon, Advocate 
James Grant, Advocate 
Alexander Webster, Advocate 
The Bridewell Commissioners, and the Members for the 
County and Diftrict, are also Jail Commissioners ex ojjicio. 
Thomas Hodge, keeper of court house.-— Alex. Brown, jailor . 


BRIDE IV E L L. 

Commissioners ex Officio. Alex. Duthie of Ruthrieston 


Memb. of Parliament for County 
Member of Parliament for the 
Aberdeen District of Burghs 
Provoft of Aberdeen 
Sheriff-depute of Aberdeenlhire 
Convener of the County 
Convener of the Incorporations 
Named by the County. 

P. Farquharson of Whitehouse 


William Tower of Kinaldie 
Alexander Smith of Glenmillan 
Named by the City. 

Baillie Alexander Stewart 
Baillie Alexander Duthie 
Alexander Brown 
Alexander Duncan, Jun. 

Visiting Justice . 

Dr Fordyce of Cullh 


Thomas and Newell Burnett, advocates, Clerics Treas. 
Alexander Wallace Chalmers, Governor. 

Rev. Alexander Thom, Chaplain. —James Moir, m.d. Physician . 


CANAL NAVIGATION. 

R. Dalrymple Horn Elphinftone of Logie, Chairman. 
Committee of Management. 


Gen. Hay of Rannes 
James Hadden, Esq. 
Al. Bannerman, Esq. 
Tho.Bannerman,Esq. 


Francis Gordon, Esq, 
John Dingwall, Esq. 
John Forbes, Esq. 
John Niven, Esq. 


Dr. A. Henderson 
C. Bannerman, Esq. 
Dr Wm Henderson 
Andrew Jopp, Esq. 


William Kennedy, advocate, Clerk Iff Manager. 
















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ABERDEEN FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY. 


Directors, elected 9th December, 1S25, for the Year 1825-26, 


Extraordinary Directors. 

Rt. Hon Lord Forbes, Governor 
Lt-g. W Burnett, Banchory Lodge 
A1 Black ie, banker, Aberdeen 
Alev Brown, Aberdeen 
Col. R W Duff of Fetteresso 
Thomas Alex Fraser of Lovat 
George Forbes of Springhill 
Alex Gordon of New hall 
John Gordon of Newton 
Lt-G. J G C Skene of Pitlurg,&c 
Major A Leith Hay, yrof Rannes 
John Henry of Watchmount 
"VV Jack, Principal of King’s Col 
James Knowles of Kirkville 
Harry L Lumsden of Auchindoir 
John Leslie of Balquhain 
John Morison of Auchintoul 
Wm Robinson of Pitmedden 
Stewart Souter of Melrose 
George Garioch of Gariochsford 
Capt. R Henderson of Torterston 


Ordinary) Directors . 

John Ewing, Chairman 
George M‘innes, Old Aberdeen 
David Chalmers, Aberdeen 
Alexander Low, do 
William Johnston, do 
James Milne, do 

John Gibb, do 

Major Dunbar, do 
George Thomson, do 
Niel Smith of Bogfouton 
Robert Catto, Aberdeen 
Alexander Mitchell, do 
Alexander Bell, do 
Alexander Forbes of Ainslie 
John Irvine, Old Aberdeen 
Professor H Scott, King’s Col. 
William Pirie, Aberdeen 
David Young of Cornhill 
Wm M‘Combie of Easter Skew 
Alexander Fraser, Aberdeen 
Alex Stronach of Drumallan 


David Chajmers 
David Young , 
William Johnston 


Trustees. 

George Forbes 
Alexander Brown 

William Gordon, Manager 
Thomas A. Duff, advocate, f r , 

George Robinson, advocate, S ^ U 
JohnShand, W. S. Law J gent, Edinburgh 
James Duthie, solicitor, Adelphi, Agent in London ' 
William Dyee, M.D. and Alex. Ewing, M.D. Physicians 
The Aberdeen Town and County Bank, Bankers to the Co . 
John Smith,jun., advocate, Auditor of Accounts 
John Simpson, jun. builder, Aberdeen, Surveyor and Inspec¬ 
tor of Property 

Agents of the Company. 


Banff— George R. Forbes 
Bervie —John Gray 
Clayhills- Robert Clieves 
Dundee— John Boyd Baxter 
Edinburgh— John Shar.d, W.S. 
Elgin— Alexander Sellar 
Fraserburgh— Lew is Chalmers 
Forfar —James Murray, jun. 
lluntly —George Brown 


Inverness— John C. Gordon 
Keith —Alexander Thurburn 
Old Deer —James Watt 
Peterhead —William Alexander 
Portsoy —William Minty 
Stonehaven —James Burness 
Strichen —Andrew Anderson 
Tarland —Arthur Reid 
Turriff— James Gilmore 









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AGENTS FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES . 

Albion Fire-Office......John Sim, Custom-house 

Atlas, Fire and Life.James Blaikie, advocate 

Alliance Office.J. Black 

Beacon Office.Thomas Sangster, advocate 

British and Westminster.Robeit Alcock, advocate 

British Commercial.Alexander Allan, advocate 

Birmingham Fire-Office.Hugh Morren, insur. broker 

Caledonian Insur. Company.Arthur Thomson, insur. broker 

County Fire-Office.Robert Ramsay, advocate 

iClerical, Medical, & General 7 . 

Life Assurance Society.$ Alex - Thomson > advocate 

Crown Life Insurmce Co..Calder & Co. Matischal-street 

'Dundee Insurance Office.Alexander Cheyr.e, merchant 

European Life Office.Duncan Davidson, advocate 

Eagle, Fire & Life Ins. Office... Alexander Smith, advocate 

Edinburgh Life Insurance.J. Murray & A. Smith,jun. advts, 

Edinburgh Friendly Ins. Society Alex. Smith, jun, advocate 

Forfar & Perthshire Office.P. Macfarlane, merchant 

Globe, Eire,Life, & Annuity.... George Yeats, advocate 

Guardian Fire, Life, & Ann.Alexander Chivas, advocate 

Hercules...,...P. Duguid, Bank of Scotland 

Imperial...John Smith, jun. architect 

Insurance Company of Scotland Alexander Gibbon, advocate 

London, Fire and Life.James Simpson, advocate 

Norwich Fire, Life, & Ann.Charles Chalmers, advocate 

North British Insurance Co,.Tho Burnett &Wm Stuart, adv. 

National Fire-Office.John D. Milne, advocate 

Phoenix Fire Office.Henry Lumfden, advocate 

Philanthropic Annuity.. Adam Courts, advocate 

Pelican Life Office.Lewis Nicol, advocate 

Palladium Office.John Fleriiing, advocate 

Protector Fire Office.G. Wilson & A. Allan, advocates 

Royal Exchange Assurance.Andrew Jopp, advocate 

Sun Fire and Life Office.Robert Morice, advocate 

Scottish Union FirecSc Life In. Co. James M‘Hardy, advocate 
Union Fire, Life, and Annuity, William Garrow, advocate 
United Empire and Continental Ar. Thomson, insurance broker 

West of England Fire & Life.A. & J. Cadenhead, Adelphi 

West of Scotland Office.John Angus, Advocate 


A. Calder, Esq. Vr Consul for Russia, Prussia, Sweden $ Norway* 





































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THE ATKENJEUM* 

In this Establishment, the Public possess one of the most 
perfect things of the kind in the kingdom, it is situated in that 
elegant Bui Wing fronting Castle-street and Union-street, lately 
erected. The quantity of News pipers, Periodical Publications, 
and Books of Reference, are ample ; and the accommodations of 
every description for the use of the Subscribers, are splendid as 
well as convenient. — Annual Subscription, One Guinea and a Half \ 
William Duguid, Attendant on the Rooms, 


EXCHANGE NEWS ROOMS, 

Union Street, 

Conducted on the same plan as the Athenaeum—containing 
every respectable Newspaper, Periodical Work, Mercantile 
Books, Encyclopaedia Britan nica, Thomson's General Atlas, &c. 
tic.—Subscription, One Pound Eleven and Sixpence per annum. 
Alex. Fatquhar, Attendant on the Rooms. 


ALEXANDER BROWN # CO.'s PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Tills Circulating Library has existed upwards of half a century, 
and has recently undergone many alterations and improvements, 
and been greatlyaugmented.—Subscribers, at £\ 11?. 6d. a-year, 
18?. the half-vear, 10s. 6d. the quarter, or 4s. per month,are en¬ 
titled to all the New Books purchased for the Library—one hook 
in town and two in the country.—Subscribers at £1 1?. a-year, 
12s. a half-year, 7s. a quarter, or3s. per month, are entitled to one 
book in town and two in the country, but none of the New' Publica¬ 
tions.—Subscribers to the Athenaum are entitled to an extra hook. 


NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY , 

William Robertson’s, Bookseller , Broad Street. 

Terms —Subfcribers at 31s. 6d. a-year, are entitled to all the 
New Books procured for the Library. Those at 21s. a-year, are 
entitled to all the books in the printed catalogue. 

WATSON’s CIRCULATING LIBRARY. 

Terms—£i Is. a-year, for all the Books in the printed Cata¬ 
logue —£1 11s. 6d. a-year, for the use of all the New Works, as 
added to the Library. Yearly subscribers, customers to the shop, 
are allowed an extra book. 


laurie's circulating library. 

Terms —15s. a-year for all the Books in the printed Catalogue, 
and 21s. a-year for the use of all the New Works, as added. 









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THEOI.OGICAL LIBRARY, — Inst, in 1700. 

• This Institution is supported by private donations, and annual 
contributions from the students of divinity. Every student of di¬ 
vinity in King’s and Marischal Colleges may become a contribu¬ 
tor, and the payment of four annual contributions gives him a 
right to the use of books for life. The Library is kept in the 
Divinity Hall, Marischal College. 

President , I Committee , jAdam Mitchellljohn Smith 

William Paul |Alex Irvine |Andrew Fraser|Donald M‘Rae 

John Wilson, Secretary , Treasurer, Librarian . 


ABERDEEN READING SOCIETY 
Alexander Smith, President, 

John Kiloh, Bookseller, Union-street, Treasurer <J Librarian, 

NEWSPAPER AGENCY OFFICE. 

Alexander Stevenson, Bookseller, Castle-street, Agent, 

ABERDEEN GAS LIGHT COMPANY,— 1824. 
Directors <$• Committee of Management : 

George Hogarth, Jun. Chairman 
Gavin Hadden IA'ex. Gibbon 1 Alex. Brown [John Maitland 
Chas Chalmers John Gibb Dr Knight * and 
Alex Pirie [William Read [T. Bannerman [Dr Dyce 
George Duncan, Manager. 


HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.—Inst. 1824. 

Right Hon. Earl of Aberdeen, Patron 
Lt.-Gen. William Burnett of Banchory Lodge, President 
Alex. Thomson of Banchory, and Jas Walker, nurseryman, V-P. 
Wm. Knight, ll.d. and James Ig. Massie, Secs. 
Thomas Milne, nurseryman, Treasurer 
Counsellors , 

William Dyce iCharles Fyfe | James Reid, nurseryman 

George Booth JG.Stevenson, gardenerjAl. Mathewson, gardener 
James Ferrar and Robert Smith,gardeners, Stewards 
Alex. Diack, nurseryman, Clerk —G. Bothvrell, gardener, Officer 


ABERDEEN MECHANICS' INSTITUTION— 1824. 
Dr Henderson, President . 

Dr Dyce, Vice-President. 

Wm. Thomson, jun., Treisurcr .—William Rcttie, Secretary. 










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GOLF CLUB —Alex. Bannerinan, Captain. 
Counsellors. I Alex. Mitchell | James Russel 

Thomas Best | Andrew Jopp, jun. | Charles Chalmers, Seer. 


William Ross 
Hugh Macswein 
Peter Brown 


AUCTIONEERS. 
John Smith, yost. 
William Thomson 
Peter M'Leod 


Samuel Davidson 
Richard Ross 
William Sutherland 


AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY— (1811.) 
The Moil Noble the Marquis of Huntly, President. 


Vice-Presidents. j 3 Gordon of Craigmile 
Provofl for the time Rob. D H Elphinflone 
Sir Geo Abercromby! of Logie 
of Forglen ',Rev. Dr Shirrefs 


Rev. Principal Brown 
Dr Fordyce of Culfh 
Rev. Di Mitchell 


Committee : 


Dr Hamilton 
John Burnett of 
Kern nay 
Alex. Thomson 
of Banchory 
XI. Abercromby 
of Birkenbog 
James Ferguson 
of Kinmnndy 
Professor Paul 


Prof. Tulloch 
Alexr. Glenny, 
Maybank 
Alex. Webster 
Peter Duguid 
Jamts Thom 
John Harvey of 
Kinnettles 
W.D.Fordyce of 
Teclimuiry 


James Hoy 
Alex, Allan 
William Brown 
Geo. Symmers 
of Cults 
A. D. Fordyce 
Peter Morrison 
Alex Cooper 
Andw. Oldman 
George Booth 


Robert Simmie 
Wm Matthews 
And fuch Mini¬ 
sters as are 
Members 

Official Members 
Alex Galen 
Charles Ross 
Wm Lumsdcn 


Baillie Robert Brown, Treasurer. 

Rev. James Foote, Rev. John Brown, Rev. Henry Angus, Secs. 
Depositary —Wm Troup, Bookseller, Gallowgate. 

The following Bible Associations are in connection with this 
Society— Fool dee, Aberdeen Marine , Aberdeen Female , Gariocb , 
Huntly , Keith , Forglen , Ecbt, Botriphney , Inverury , and Banff. 

CONTINENTAL SOCIETY. —1824. 

John Gordon of Craigmile, President 
A. D. Fordyce, Treasurer. 

Dr Henderson and William Brown, Joint Secretaries. 

Prof Bentley, Rev. Jas Cordiner, Rev. John Brown, Vice-Pres. 
Committee: 


Robert Aleock 
Robert Brown 
Peter Duguid 


W. D. Fordyce 
Alex. Glennie 
Alex. Galen 


Charles Ross 
Alex. Stewart 
George Symmers 















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AUXILIARY MISSIONARY SOC] 
, President. 

j Committee. Robert Brown 

Vke-Presidents , I James Thom Charles Ross 

Rev.Dr Brown I Prof. Bentley Wm Matthews 
Rev Dr Glennie* A D Fordyce Wm Duncan 
Rv.DrThomfon' Alex Galen Patrick Taylor 
Alex. Galen [Charles Bonnor John Strachan 


T. 

Wm Copland 
James Forbes 
Gsorge Tioup 
Alex Florence 
Pat Morison 
Wm Clark 

And such Ministers as are Members 
Rev. J. Murray, Rev. H. Angus, Secs .—P. Duguid, Treas. 

MARINE BIBLE ASSOCIATION.-^/. 1818.) 
Alexander Cochran, President .—Hugh Morren, Treasurer. 
Rev. John Murray and William Thomson, Secretaries. 


Extr. Directors 
President of the 
Shipmafter Soc 
Alex. Galen 
Dr Dyce 
Alex. Brown 
Peter Duguid 
Charles Bonnor 


Robert Brown 
Ordin. Directors , 
Capt. J Patker 
Geo Allan 
Craigie 
P obt Brown 
Oswald 
Anderson 


Capt Moir 
Donaldson Rose 
Wm Simpson 
William Ragg 
James Riddel 
John Clark 
George Troup 


Robert Ragg 
Such Ministeis 
as are Members 

Depositary , 
William Clark, 
Capt Mitchell, 
assist. 


BETHEL , or SEAMEN's FRIEND SOCIETY.— 1823. 

FOR PREACHING TO SAILORS. 

Alex. Cochran, President 
Charles Bonnor I David Milne ) rr , „ 

Robert Catto | Alexander Glennie / ^ce-Presidents 
William Clark, Secretary .—Alexander Mortimer. Treasurer 
William Erown, Auditor of Accounts. 

Capt, Small 
. — Leask 
— Borthwick 
— Newton 
■ Moiison 
— Parker 
— Leslie 

11 Clergymen preach in rotation in the Chapel, gratis. 



Alex Hall 

Capt. Allan 

Committee 

George Troup 

—Hepburn, r.n. 

Wm Simpson 

Peter Taylor 

— Mitchell 

Wm Rettie 

David Macallan 

— Oswald 

Wm Stephen 

John Gibbon 

— Milne 

Wm Matthews 

Wm Duthie 

— Davidson 

John Fleming 

John Paterson 

— Cargill 


Seamen *s School (1825.)—Andrew Gray, a.m. Teacher. 
School for Seamen’s Giri^ (182G)—Mrs Elkins, Teacher 
















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AUXILIARY SOCIETY for EDUCATING the POOR, in 
the HIGHLANDS and ISLANDS of Scotland—(1820.) 

P, Duguid, Pres • £5* Treas William Brown, Sec. 


Extra Directors Robert Brown 
The Clergy Charles Ross 
Dr Macpherson Alex Florence 


Prof. Tulloch 
Prof. Bentley 


Directors. 
Hugh Morren 


Alex Mortimer 
Thomas Craig 
John Bruce 
Wm Matthews 
John Fleming 


David Stephen 
Donaldson Rose 
Wm Thomson 
Wm Clark 


ASSOCIATION for PROMOTING CHRISTIANITY 
among the JEWS— {Inst. 1820.) 

P. Duguid, President. —A. D. Fordyce, Treasurer. 
Rev. John Duncan and William Brown, Secretaries. 


Committee. 
The Clergy 
James Ferguson 
of Kinmundy 


Charles RosS IRobert Brown IHueh Morren 
Wm D Fordyce I Prof. Bentley j Dt* Henderson 
of Techmuiry IJ I Massie IWm Robison 
Alex Galen |Wm Thomson j Al. Smith, jun. 


HIBERNIAN ASSOCIATION— {Inst. 1820,) 

For the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor of Ireland. 

, President —Peter Duguid, Treasurer. 

Rev John Murray, and Rev. Richard Penman, Secs. 


I Alex Simpson IWm Brown 
Charles Ross |Wm Thomson 
Robert Brown [Prof. Bentley Wm Matthews 
Alex Galen jcharles BonnorjPeter Taylor 


Wm Clark 
John Fleming 
Wm Stephen 


AUXILIARY NAVAL $ MILITARY BIBLE SOCIETY. 
(Instituted 1826.) 

Right Hon. Lord Forbes, President 
R. D. Horn Elphinstone of Logie Elphinstone, and John Boswell 
of Kingcausie, Vice-Presidents 
Dr William Henderson, Treasurer 
Rev. H. S. Beresford, and Lt. F.C. Irwin, 45th Regt. Secretaries 


BAPTIST AUXILIARY MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 
John Burnett of Kemnay, Pres. Rev. Dr Thomfon, Vicc-Prcs. 

Committee. • 


Wm Stephen 
David Macallan 
Wm Duncan 


John Fleming 
David Milne 
Alex lnnes 


Jn Macdonald iWm Matthews 
James Roy Robert Wilson 
WThomson,jn. Jjohn Grant 


Wm Thomson, sen. Trias .—David Dunn, Sc , 

















25 7 

SOCIETY for the CHILDREN of the CLERGT. 

Rev. Dr George Forbes, Strathdon, President. 
Managers. j Professor Paul, King’s College 

Rev. William Ingram, Echt Prof. Scott, King’s College 
Rev. Geo. Thomson, Fetteresso Rev. Robert Lesse!, Inverury 
Rev. Dr G. Morison, Banchory- Rev. John Roger, Kincardine 
Devenick 'Rev. Dr Mearns, King’s College 

Dr George Glennie, Secretary & Treafurer. 

Last year’s distribution, 298/. ster. among 49 indigent Families 


AUXILIARY SOCIETY for IMPROVING the SYSTEM 
of CHURCH PATRONAGE in SCOTLAND, 

By purchasing up Rights of Patronage , and settling them on the 
Heads of Families in communion with the Church . 


President. 

Alexander Galen and Peter Duguid, Vice-Presidents . 

Rev. James Foote, Representative Director to the Parent Society . 


Committee , 
Rtv. Dr Kidd 

— D Simpson 

— HM‘Kcnzie 


Pi of. Bentley 
Wm Anderson 
Thos Meston 
Jas Middleton 
Abs Poulter 


John Johnston 
George Pirie 
John Gibbon 
Joseph Norrie 
Wm Rettie 


Robt Alexander 
Alex Mortimer 
Wm Grav 
Wm Watt 
John Kay 


Wm Gordon and Wm Clark, Secs. Thos Clark, Treas. 


ANTI-SLAVERT SOCIETY —1825. 
Robert Hamilton, ll.d. President . 
Vice-Presidents. 


Rev. DrW.L. Brown J. Burnett of Kemnay 

— Dr Geo. Morison Jo, Gordon of Craig 

— John Murray mile 

— James Foote Alex. Russel of Aden 

— Dr Wm Jack jas. Ferguson of Kin 

— Dr A. Black mundy 

George Brantingham, Treasurer. 

Wm Robison, Advocate, and Wm Thomson, jun. Secretaries. 


Alexr. Thomson of 
Banchory 

Peter Duguid, Esq. 
Professor Bentley 
John Pringle, Esq. 
Hugh Cross, Esq. 


CLOTHING SOCIETY.— (Inst. 1817.) 

Conducted by a number of LadieSy Subscribers to the Institution. 
Rev. Alex. Thom, Treasurer . 

This Society is for the purpose of relieving the necessities of 
the industrious poor, by different articles of Clothing; and pre¬ 
venting imposture, by previous investigation. 












Since its commencement 266',OOO Tracts haveBeen distributed 
gratis, to Sailors, and in the Infirmary, Prison, Bridewell, See .; 
and 528,000 sold to hawkers. 


INFIRMART.—(l 740.) 

The Provofi of Aberdeen, Prefdent ; the four Baillies, Dean of 
Guild, Treafurer, the Provofi who immediately preceded the 
prefent Provofi:, Town Clerk, Trades Convener, Profeflor of 
Medicine in Marifchal College, Moderator of the Synod of 
Aberdeen ; all for the time being, Managers in virtue of their 
office. Managers during Life: 


George Still 
Thomas Kilgour 
John Niven 
Dr JamesBannerman 
Alexander Crombie 
James Calder 
Rev. Alex. Thom 
Hary Lumfden 
Henry Lumsden 
William Lumfden 
William Dingwall 
James Farquhar 
Alexander Webfter 
Alexander Dalgarno 
Alex. Bannerman 
William Johnfton 
Capt. Wm Cruden 
Sir Cha. Forbes, m r. 
Rev. George Morison 


John Anderson 
Dr Skene 
Profesr*>r Stuart 
Rev. John Bryce 
John Ewing 
Dr Wm Henderfon 
Wm F. Robertson 
Stephen Pellatt 
James Kinloch 
Alexander Annand 
William Annand 
James Blaikie 
Alexander Gibbon 
Henry David Forbes 
Peter Farquharson 
George Storey 
Charles Bannerman 
Sir Alex. Bannerman 
Alex. Smith, sen. 


Thomas Burnett 
J. Forbesof Blackford 
Alexander M'Kenzie 
Michie Forbes 
John Forbes, yor. of 
Edinglassie 
Rev. Dr Geo, Forbes 
Duncan Davidson 
Alexander Gray 
James Hadden 
Major Henderson 
Dr Williamson 
Dr Stuart 
Alex. Cadenhead 
John Raeburn 
Andrew Oldman 
Alexander Harper 
Thomas Spark 
Alexander Simpson 


Fourteen Additional Managers , elected Dec. 4. 1826. 


President of the 


Robert Garden William Mackie 


Wm. Stratton 
Dr Dyce 
J. Abercrombie 
Deacon G.Smith 


Shipm Society J.Ross, Grenada Rev.J.Cordiner 
Rt.Rev. Bishop Dr Davidson I Alex. Stewart 
Skinner Major Mitchell |Rev. Jas. Foote 

Drs. Williamfon, Ewing, and Blaikie, Physicians . 
Alexander Cromar, House Surgeon Apothecary . 

Rev. Alexander Thom, Chaplain. 

Thomas Spark, Treasurer Isf Clerk. 

Miss Hay, Housekeeper. —John Robertson, Porter. 

A Course of Clinical Lectures is regularly given in this 
Hospital, during the Summer.—Pat. Blaikie, m,d. Lecturer. 


\ 









LUNATIC HOSPITAL.—{ 1800.) 

Managers. — President cj Managers o/ - the Infirmary* 
Patients are admitted on paying £\5 a-year, and upwards; 
besides furnishing themselves with bed, blankets, and clothes.— 
Their case must be certified by Physicians of eminence. 

Dr Blaikie, Physician Thos. Spark, Treasurer Clerk. 
Thomas Boys, Sufierintendant .—Mrs Boys, Matron. 


Number of Patients lince it was 
opened in 1801, - 629 

Of whom have been cured 201 
Dismissed, convalescent - 87 


DifmifiTed at defire of friends 116 
Dead - - - - 114 

Remaining in the Hofpital, 

Dec. 6, 1826, - - 111 


PAROCHIAL PAUPER LUNATIC FUND. 

(Established in 1820.^ 

Managers , *Rev.C.Gordon Al Duncan, jar DavidiStephen 
The Clergy *— Hugh Mac- *Dr Hamilton Robert Jaflfray 
•RtRev. Bishop ltenzie *M. Rettie Geo Symmers 

Skinner *—Wm Lyon *A!ex Webster Eben. Murray 

*Rv. DrGlennie *—S. M‘Millan Alex Mackie Alex Thomson 
*—Jo. Murray *—W.Primrose Fras Webster Wm Matthews 
•—James Foote *DrJ.C. Ogilvie Alex Beaton *John Gibbon 
*—DrT homfon *Dr Henderson Hugh Gray • 

* These are the Acting Committee. 

The funds of this most benevolent Institution are supported by 
an annual collection from all the congregations within the parish, 
and by donations. There are about 20 patients on the fund. 


ABERDEEN GENERAL DISPENSARY , 
Supported by voluntary Contribution—(88, Broad Street) 
Tor affording Advice and Attendance to the Sick Poor. 
The Provost, President. 

Dr Wm. Henderson, Treas .—Robert Alcock, advocate, Sec. 
Dr Moir and Dr Henderson, Consulting Physicians . 

Mr Fraser | Mr Leslie T Medical 
Mr Cadenhead J Attendants . 


Mr Campbell 


LYING-IN DISPENSARY. 

Mr Jameson—No.. 2, Long-acre. 

NEW DISPENSARY, 

Dr Ogston, Physician —Leslie Cruickshank, Sec. *3* Treas. 
(Dispensary No. 19, Upperkirkgate.) 













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FOOTDEE DISPENSARY , 

Messrs. P. and W.A. Gray, Medical Attendants. 

Rev. Dr Thomson, President —William Duncan, Treasurer. 

James Anderson, Sec. —(No. 36, Quay.) i 


PUBLIC DISPENSARY. 

Dr G. Gray, Physician. 

Mr Ross, (New Coach Work) Treas. —John Sim, druggist, Sec. 
(No. 16, North Street.) 

iJftt 

h 


VACCINE INSTITUTION. —(1803.) 
The Provoft, Governor. 


Managers. 
The FourBailies 
Dean of Guild 
Treafurer 
The Clergy 
The Phyficians 


Tru flees of late 
John Burnett 
PrefidentofSoc. 
of Advocates 
PrefidentofSoc. 


Conv. of Trades 


Addit. Man. 
Gavin Hadden 
Wm Read 


John Gordon 
James Grant • 
Wm Carnegie -3 
Alex Brown 
James Hardie - 


of Shipmafters|John Niven 
Dr Ewing, Physician. —William Smith, Clerk. 
Inoculation performed gratis , every Wednefday and Saturday, 
at the Poor’s Hofpital. Nearly 7000 have been inoculated. £ 


HUMANE SOCIETY, for Restoration of Suspended Animation. 
Supported wholly by voluntary Contribution — Inst. 1822. 
Committee , I Dr Dyce IDr Henderson IMr Walker 

Dr Skene (Dr Davidson |Mr J Ramage | 

Dr Davidson, Sec. Alex. Gordon, advocate, Treas. 
Provost Brown, and Geo. Still, Esq. Auditors of Accounts. 

The principal object of the Society is the recovery of persons *t 
in cases of drowning, where life is not extinct. 


Managers. 
Provoft for the 
time being 
Eldeft Baillie 
John Niven 


COAL FUND.—{Inst. 1801.) 


Prof. Bentley 
Dr Dyce 
James Calder 
Alex Crombie 
William Read 


J Davidson, jun. 
Alex Webster 
WJohnston,sen 
Mid. Rettie 
Rev. J. Foote 


Alex Harper « 
Collector of the 
Kirk Seflion 
Convener of the | 
Corporations : 


Alexander Florence, Convener. 

Middleton Rettie, Treaf. John Smith, yost. Clerk. 
During the winter season, upwards of 500 bolls of coals are 
distributed to the poor in the parish of St Nicholas , at the rate of 
one mett or firlot to each individual or family. 












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POOR'* HOSPITAL. 

This Hospital is for the Maintenance andEducation of Orphans, 
ind Children whose Parents are in poor circumstances. The 
:ducation consists of English, Writing, and Arithmetic.—Boys 
ire admitted into the Hospital from 8 to 10 years of age, and 
nay continue till 14.—Number of boys at prefent, 40. 
Committee of Directors . 


JasDavidfon, j 
Jn. Smith, yoft. 
Lewis Nicol 
William Low 
Mid. Rettie 
Thos Robertson 
DrAHenderfon Robert Catto 
fohn Gordon of Dun. Davidfon 
Craigmile Alexander Pirie 

|ohn Niven Peter Gill 

Wm Johnfton John Middleton 
James Fowlie, 


rhe Clergy 
Lord Provoft 
Robert Brown 
Dr Hamilton 
Dr Dyce 
DrWHenderfon 


Alex. Webster | James Robb 
John Leflie (Joseph Norrie 
William Milne John Buchan 


John Barron 
John Mennie 
Thomas Rannie 


George Lyall 
James Lamond 
James Topp 


George Hendry'And. Oldman 


John Thom 
John Chalmers 
Peter Simpson 
Alex Smith 
Treasurer . 


James Reid 
Wm Smich 
Alex Simpson 
Alex Milne 


George Milne, Teacher —Miss Davidson, Housekeeper. 


fowns Minift. 


CHURCH 
George Duncan 


Rev. JohnBryce James Downie 
Rev.J.Thomfbn ~ 

Prof. Bentley 
Robert Brown 
William Black 
fames Blaikie 
[ohn Barron 
George Brand 
fames Calder 
Wm Copland 
[ohn Chryflall 
A. Duncan, jun. 

Alex. Dingwall 
Dun. Davidson 
Peter Duguid 


Dr Fordyce 
A. D. Fordyce 
GilbertFalconer 
Robert Garden 
Alex. Galen 
Dr Hamilton 
Alex. Harper 
WJohnfton,sen. 
W Johnfton, jun 
Wm Lumfden 
John Leith 
William Low 
James Laing 
| AlMackie, fen 


SESSION . 
AlexMackie, jn 
Alex. Marr 
John Middleton 
John Mennie | 
Alex. Mortimer 
James Nicoll 
Alex. Nifbet 
Charles Rofs 
Tho. Robert fon 
Midleton Rettie 
Tho. Rannie 
Donaldson Rose 
Alex. Shand 
JohnSmith,yoft 
George Smith 
Alex. Simpson 


Wm Smith 
Wm Still 
John Taylor 
Alex. Webfter 
Francis Webfter 
Alex. Watfon 
James Williams 
Alex. Cowie 
John Gibbon 
James Harper 
George Leslie 
James Robb 


SESSION CLERK’S OFFICE. 

William Smith, Footdee, Collec- [James Fowlie, Treasurer 
tor and Session Clerk John Taylor, Church IVardcn 













264 


SICK MAN's FRIEND SOCIETY.—(Inst in 1792.) 
J. Lamond, Pres . D. Lyall, Sec . W. Mathews, Treat. 
Managers. 


Pat. M orison 
-Alex Innes 
John Gibbon 


[Robert Simmie 
|Peter Taylor 
|W r m Stephen 


Alex Mortimer 


George Troup 
Alex Garden 


James Reid 


The Quarterly Distribution is about £60 Sterling. 


Thomas Clark 
David Stephen ; 


SHIPMASTER. 

Alex. Cochran, Pres 
Alex. Yule, Vice • Pr. 

NARROW-WYND. 

Wm Phillip, Pres. 
Wm Duncan, Treas. 


SOCIETIES. 

st. Andrew’s. 
John Duncan, Pres. 
David Lyall, Vice-Pr. 
Wm Smith, Treas. 

SHIPROW. 

G. Anderson,jr. Pres 
John Barron, Treas. 1 


st. james’s. 
John Chalmers, Pm. 
Jas Davidson, F.-P. 
Jas Blackball, Treas. 

W1GMAKER. 
Robert Laing, Pres. 
•John Garioch, Boxvi. 


The LONDON <£ EDINBURGH ROTAL MAIL COACH 
Sets off from Dempster’s Royal Mail Coach Office, 63 , Union 
Street, or Anderson’s Royal Mail Coach Office, 5 , Castle Street, J 
every day, at 3 o’clock, fi.m., and arrives at Edinburgh next " 
morning at 6 , a.m. Arrives at Aberdeen at •§ past 10 , a.m. 

INKER NESS ROTAL MAIL COACH , by BANFF, J 
Sets out every day from said Offices, at £ past 11 o’clock, am. % !' 
and reaches Inverness at 20 minutes past 3 , a.m. Arrives at ! 
Aberdeen a little before 2 o’clock. 


The FOCHABERS MAIL , by HUNTLY , 

Sets out from said Offices, every day, at i past II o’clock, L 
a.m., and arrives at Fochabers at 8 p.m. Joins the Inverness'] 
Royal Mail there. 

- -.at j 

A COACH TO PETERHEAD , 
t WIth the Mail, leaves said Offices, every day, at \ past II 
o’clock, a m. Sets out from Peterhead at 6 o’clock, a.m., and 
arrives at Aberdeen at 45 min. past ic, a.m. ;« 


A COACH TO CHARLESTOWN OF ABOYNE , 

With the Mail, sets out from said Offices, every day, at \ past 
Ho clock, a.m . Leaves Aboyne at ^ past 5 , a.m , and arrives ■ 
at Aberdeen at 20 minutes pa&t 10 , a,vi. 
















265 

STAGE COACHES, 


PRINCE SAXE-COBOURG COACH , 

Starts from the Royal Mail-Coach-Offices, 63 , Union Street, 
or 5 , Castle Street, alternately every six weeks, every morning, 
(Sunday excepted), at 6 o’clock, and arrives at Menzie’s, Star 
Inn, Perth, at 8 , same night. Fares the same as by the Mail 
Coach, except—Perth, inside, 36 s.; outside, 24 s. Licensed to 
carry 4 inside and 9 outside passengers. 


THE CHAMPION COACH 
Setsofffrom the Royal Mail Coach Offices, 63 , Union Street, 
or 5 , Castle-st. every evening (Saturday excepted), at \ past 11 , 
thro* Laurencekirk, Brechin, &c. and arrives at the Black Bull 
and Crown Hotels, Edinburgh, every afternoon, at 4 . Leaves 
Edinburgh at 7 a.m , and reaches Aberdeen at \ past 10 , fl.m .— 
Conveyances to all parts from the above Offices. Fares cheap. 

THE UNION COACH 

Leaves Melvin’s Hotel, 41 , Q.ueen-st. and the Office, Cross, 
Castle-st, every evening, (Saturday excepted) at -J past n, thro’ 
Laurencekirk, Brechin, &c. and arrives at the Star Hotel, Edin¬ 
burgh, every afternoon, at \ past 4 . Leaves Edinburgh at 6 am. 
and arrives in Aberdeen at 10 p.m. Fares moderate—On the ar¬ 
rival of the Union at Dundee, a Ceach sets out for Perth, at \ 
past 9 am. 


LUKE of GORDON LIGHT POST COACH 
Leaves the Royal Mail Coach Office, 63 , Union-street, or 5 , 
Castle-street, alternately every six weeks, every lawful day, at 6 
o'clock morning, and arrives at Geddes’ Hotel, Invernefs, same 
evening, between 9 and 10 ; from whence she starts next morn¬ 
ing at lame hour, and arrives at Aberdeen between 9 and io in 
the evening. Route by Huntly and Fochabers. 

STAR LIGHT POST COACH 
Departs from Melvin’s Hotel every lawful morning at 8 , and 
arrives at Burnett’s Inn, Elgin, at \ past 5 p.m. Leaves Elgin 
next morning at 7 , and reaches the Caledonian Hotel, Inverness, 
at i p.m. Sets otf from Inverness at 3 /. 1 H. arrives in Elgin at 8 
same night; which she leaves next morning at 8 , and arrives in 
Aberdeen at \ past 5 , same day. 

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2 66 

The EARL of ERROLL COACH 
Sets out from Gray’s, x 8 , Frederick-street, every day, (Sunday , 
excepted), at 3 o’clock p.m. and arrives at Jaffrey’s Inn, Peter¬ 
head, at 8 p.m. Leaves said Inn at J before 6 a.m. and.reaches ' 
Aberdeen at \ past io^.m. Carries 4 infide and 8 outside Pas¬ 
sengers. To Ellon, 5 s.—outside, 4 s. Peterhead, 10 s. outside, 8 s. 

THE LORI) FORBES COACH 
Departs from Cruickshank’s, 22 , Schoolhill, or Ross’s, 5 , | 
Little Belmont-street, alternately eveiy six weeks, on Tuesdays, ■ 
Wednesdays, and Saturdays, at noon, and arrives at the Forbes l! 
Arms Inn, Alford, at \ past 4 p.m. Leaves said Inn at 8 a.m,, 
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and arrives in Aberdeen 
at \ past 12 p.m. ; 


SHIPPING COMPANIES. 


ABERDEEN & LONDON SHIPPING CO. 


Committee • 
Alexr Brown 
James Brcbner 


Robert Brown 
Robert Catto 
William Catto 
Alex Dalgarno 


AlDuthie, jun 
Geo Davidson 
George Elfmie 
Alex. Fraser 


Alex. Gibbon 
Wm. Johnston 
Geo. Thomson 


Duke of Gordon — 

Bon-Accord —Rob, Brown 
Superior —Robert Duncan 
Nimrod — James Philip 
Regent —James Kerr 
Triumph —John Leslie 


Smacks. 
190 

185 


174 

173 

161 

158 


Champion —Alex. Sime 155 - 
Mansfield —Alex. Morison 146 « 
Cato —Robert Davis 131 

Aberdeen Pkt .—A Barnett 125 
Lord Huntly —H. Stewart 116 - 


Normand Yule, Manager , 21, Quay. 

These Smacks sail regularly from and to Aberdeen and Lon¬ 
don three times every week during the winter, and sometimes 
oftener during the summer season, and the days fixed for their 
sailing may be relied on. They have very superior accommoda¬ 
tion for passengers. 

J. Jenkins, agent, Miller’s & Hoare’s Wharfs, London. 


ABERDEEN, LEITH & CLYDE SHIPPING CO. 
Directors , 


Robert Catto 
Wm Mackie 
Alex Brown 


[Robert Dutbie |AlexDuncan,jn 
= Geo Thomfon j John Maitland 
1 {Ge orge Pirie | 


Manager , 
Robert Mitchell 
Office, 33 , Quay 















Leith Traders* 
Edinburgh Packet —G. Norrie 
London Packet —Jas Mearns 
Marq . of Huntly —Wm Law 
Forth —Alex. Davidson 

D. Cumming, agent, Leith 
Glasgow Traders , 
Glasgow Packet —John Smart 


267 
Smacks , 

filyde Packet— Edward M<Gie 
Courier —Wm. Campbell 

G. Duncan, agt. Glasgow. 

Liverpool Packet —George Reid 
H Craig, agent, Liverpool. 

Rotterdam Pkt .—Jas. Hofack 
James Young, agent. 


\aSgOW JTUL uumu. j-“O- 

These vessels sail regularly twice a-week, and aie fitted up 
in a superior style, with every accommodation for passengers. 

ABERDEEN & HULL SHIPPING CO. 

Committee , I Al.Duncan, jun.IWm Thomson lAlex. Florence 

Andw. Oldman |J Johnflon, jun.|Wm Mackie [George Hendry 
Smacks , 

Sromby —James Robb I Wellington —Geo. Gilbertfon 

jfoi Charles Middleton ] Thetis —Alexander Allan 

These vessels sail regularly once a-week. 

R. Macdonald, Qnay, Man. —A. Henderson, Hull, agent. 

ABERDEEN & NEWCASTLE SHIPPING COMPANY. 

Committee. Alex Young [Wm M KinnanlDavid Marshall 
Mid. Rettie John Donald Andw Oldman Manager, 
George Smith Wm Smith L. Cruickshankl Walter Inglis 
Traders , 

Newcastle— G. Leslie. /fcro—John Taylor 
Sail every 10 days, and have good accommodation for passengers 
Joseph Shield, agent, Newcastle. 

INVERNESS, CROMARTY, & BURGHEAD. 

Trader — Eliza y David Thomson. 

Walter Inglis, Manager , 2, James-street. 

W. Stephen, Burghead; H. Ross, Cromarty ; and J. Suter, jnn. 
Inverness, agents. 

Aultnaskiach , Capt Paterson.—A. Fraser, Agent. 

QUEBEC PACKET, Captain Anderson, regular Trader to 
Quebec and Montreal. Robert Catto, Manager. 

HAZARD, Capt. Smith, regular Trader to Hamburgh. 

A. C. Geddes, Manager , Lime Quay. 






£68 


The VELOCITY, Steam-Packet, 226 tons, 80 horses power, 
Robert Beverly, Commander. 

The BRILLIANT, Steam-Packet, 258 tons, 80 horses power, 
Andrew Crane, Commander. 

These Steam Packets sail regularly, during the season, from 
Aberdeen and Leith, every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and 
Saturday, calling at the intermediate ports. 

Robert Mitchell, Manager , 33 , Quay, Aberdeen. 

D. Cumming, agent, Leith. 

— 

CANAL BOATS sail from Kittybrevvster and Inverury, from 
1 st April to 1 st Sept, at 8 , a.m. and 3 , p.m. From 1 st Sept, to j 
20 th Oct. at 10 , a.m. and 3 , p.m. During the rest of the season, > 
once a-day, at 10 o’clock. Fore Cabin, 2 s 6 d—After do. 2 s 


ABERDEEN WHALE FISHERY—1 827. 


Alexr. & Thos. Bannerman. 
Henrietta —Alex. Allan 260 

Alexander —S. Armstrong 252 
Hercules —James Thomson 252 


Greenland Co. 
Lcetitia —JohnB. Clark 318 

Prss of Wales —B. C. White 308 
New Middleton —J. Cargill 298 
Charles Fraser, Manager . 


Union Co. 

Middleton —John Prodo 329 

St, Andrew —Wm Reed 313 

Jane —William Bruce 286 

Neptune —William Ayton 282 

Geo. Hogarth, jun. Man. 


Bon-Accord Co. 

Bon Accord —John Parker £63 
A. Duthie & J. Brebner, Man * 

Dee Company. 

Dee —Alex. Cook 319 

John Lumfden, Man* 


CAPTAIN PILOT’S FEES. 

Under 40 tons, - os 6 d I From 120 to 200 , - 2 s od 

From 40 to 80 , - is od I Above 200 , - - 2 s 6 d 

So to 120 , - is 6 d|(Payable only on coming in.) 

Alex. Nicol, Lower Quay, Pilot master. 


Captain James Mitchell, Upper Quay. 7 
-George Freeman, Lower Do. ^ 


Birthmasters . 


Prices of Ballast —(Office at Shore Dues Office.) 
Vessels belonging to Aberdeen, per ton—All others, Is. 













V 


269 

FARES for PILOTAGE . 

Vefiels under 50 tons, 

50 , and under 60 , 

60 ,- 85 , 

85,- Ho, 

no, -—- 150 , 

J 50 ,- 200 , 

200 ,- 25 O, 


1st Boat. 

2 d Boat. 

7s 

od 

6 s 

od 

8 s 

od 

7 s 

od 

9 s 

od 

73 

6 d 

IOS 

od 

8 s 

od 

IIS 

od 

8 s 

6 d 

12 s 

od 

9 s 

od 

14 s 

od 

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od 

T 5 S 

od 

IIS 

od 


$d Boat, 
5 s od 
6 s od 
6 s 6 d 
7 s od 
7 s 6 d 
8 s od 
9 s od 
ios od 


250 , and above, 

Each tideVwork within the harbour, every kind of veflels, 6 s Od 
Towing a lighter from upper to lower part of harbour, 2 s 6 d 
For towing an empty lighter fame diftance, - - Is 6 d 

For each man employed as a hauler on the quay, - Is Od 


FEES payable to the Keeper of the Pier Light and Flag . 

For every vessel of the burden of 50 tons, and under, Os 6 d 
(Excepting all fishing and open boats.) 

For every vessel from 50 to 100 tons burden - - Is Od 

For each vessel above the burden of 100 tons, - - Is 6 d 

Captain George Freeman, Keeper • 


SHIPWRECKED SEAMEN’s FUND.—(1814.) 

Committee^ 


The Provost 
Pres.of Shipm.Society 
Conven.ofthe Trades 
Senior Clergyman of 
the Eflab. Church 
Minifter of Footdee 
Rev. Dr Kidd 


Rev. Dr Mearns 
Rev. Dr Forbes 
Alex. Duthie, jun. 
Alexander Gibbon 
James Forbes 
David Milne 
James Brebner 


James Lamond 
John Lumsden 
William Catto 
Arthur Gibbon 
George Thomson 
James Grant 


Robert Mitchell, Treasurer • 
FISH IN SEASON. 


Cod—Ap. to July, Nov. to Feb 
Crabs— 1 st August to November 
Eels— 1 st May to October 
Hollibut—June to August 
Haddocks—May to February 
Herrings—September to Jan. 
Ling—March to May 
Lobsters— 1 st March to Sept. 


Mackarel—June to August 
Muscles— 1 st August to April 
Flounders— 1 st March to Nov. 
Salmon & Trout—Dec. to Sept 
Salmon Grilse—May to Sept. 
Skate—Good all the year 
Turbot—May to February 
Whitings—May to Nov. 














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LIEUTENANCY . 

The Most Noble the Marquis of Huntly, Lord Lieutenant 
and High Sheriff of the County. 

Vice-Lieutenants, in absence of the Lord Lieut, from Britain: 
Right Hon. Lord Forbes, R. D* Horn Elphinstone of Logie El- 
phinstone, and C. JVTKenzie Fraser of Castle Fraser. 
Deputy Lieutenants. 


1. Braemar District. 

Right Hon. the Earl of Aboyne 
Right Hon. Lord Strathavon 
Win. Farquharfon of Monaltrie 
Lewis Innes of Ballogie 

2. Deeside District. 
Alexander Irvine of Drum 
John Menzies of Pitfodels 
Robert William Duff of Culter 
John Gordon of Cluny 
James Forbes of Echt 

Arch Farquharfon of Finzean 
William Innes of Raemoir 
David Gordon of Abergeldie 
And. Gammell of Countesswells 

3. Aberdeen District . 

The Provoft of Aberdeen 
Right Hon. Lord James Hay 
John Paton of Grandhome 
Sir William Johnfton of Hilton 
James Forbes of Seaton 
Alex Thomson of Banchory 
C. Bannerman of Crimonmogate 
Michael Biuce of Scotstown 
Henry D. Forbes of Balgownie 

4. Alford District. 

Right Hon. Lord Forbes 
Harry Gordon of Knockefpock 
Alexander Leith of Fieefield 
Andrew Farquharfon of Breda 


5. Huntly District. 

James Gordon of Littlefolla 
Robert Grant of Diumminer 
Theodoie Morrifon of Bognie 
General Hay of Rannes 
Major A.L.Hay,yor.of Rannes 
H. L. Lumsden of Auchindoir 

6. Turriff District. 

John Forbes of Blackford 
Garden Duff of Hatton 
John Morifon of Auchintoul 
Archibald Cumine ©f Auchry 
Alex Forbes, yor. of Blackford 
William Gordon of Fyvie 
William Urquhart of Byth 
William Urquhart of Craigston 

7 . Garioch District. 

Janies Urquhart of Meldrum 
R. D. H. Elphinfton of Logie 
Roderick M‘Kenzie of Glack 
Lieut.-Colonel W.H.K. Erskine 

of Pittodrie 

Right Hon. the Earl of Kintore 
C M‘K. Fraser of Castle Frafer 
Charles Fraser of Williamston 
Lt-gen. BF Gordon ofBalbithan 
John Gordon of Newton 
Hugh Lumsden of Pitcaple 
Hugh Gordon of Manar 
Robert Grant of Tillyfour 
8. Ellon District . 


John Farquharfon of Haughton 

Sir Charley Forbes of Edinglassie John Leith Rofs of Arnage 
Charles Gordon of Wardhoufe iThe Earl of Aberdeen 
Capt. J Anderson of Candacraig Alex. Forbes Irvine of Schivas 
Hon. Walter Forbes of Brux (John Gordon of Nethermuir 






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Lieut.-Col. Gordon of Pitlurg 
John Turner of Turnerhall 
James Buchan of Auchmacoy 
Right Hon. Earl of Erroll 
Maj. Rob. Gordon of Hallhead 
J. W. M‘Kenzie of Pittrichie 
9. Deer District. 

John Hutchifon of Cairngall 
Alexander Ruffel of Aden 
William Gordon of Aberdour 
Right Hon. Lord Saltoun 
John Gordon of Cairnbulg 


Alex. Gordon of Auchlethen 
John Dingwall of Brucklay 
Thomas Gordon of Buthlaw 
Adam Cumine of Rattray 
George Ferguson of Pitfour 
James Ferguson of Kinmundy 
10. Neiumachar District. 
Lt.gen. J. G. C. Skene of Pitlurg 
Hary Lumfden of Belhelvie 
John Ramsay of Barra 


Major George Turner of Menie 
ISir John Forbes of Craigievar 
Thomas and Newell Burnett, advocates, General Clerks 
of Lieutenancy . 


FREEHOLDERS, 

With the Tears of their Enrollment , 


1766 

John Paton of Grandhome 

1767 

Arthur Dingw. Fordyce of Cullh 
Alexander Leith of Freefield 
1769 


1788 

Robert Grant of Drumminer 
1790 

Harry Gordon of Knockefpock 
1794 

Adam Gordon of Cairnfield 


1 I \J Z7 **.*_»«*»» " 

Lt-gen. Sir JamesDuffof Kinftair John Duff of Drummuir 


1772 

Charles Gordon of Wardhoufe 

WilliamFarquharfonofMonaltrie 

1780 

Alexander Irvine of Drum 
Gen. Alexander Hay of Rannes 
Sir Robert Burnett of Leys 
1782 

James Gordon of Craig 
1784 

Alexander Seton of Mounie 
Geo. Robinfon of Ardendraught 
1786 

Lieut.-gen. John G.C. Skene of 
Pitlurg and Dyce 
17S7 

Robert Wm. Duff of Fettcrcflb 
David Gordon of Abergeldie 


James Farq. Gordon of Balmuif 
James Gordon of Littlefolla 
James Urquhart of Meldrum 

1796 

James Skene of Rubiflaw 
William Gordon of Aberdour 
James Forbes of Seaton 
John Dingwall of Ardo 

1797 

William Duff of Corfindae 
John Leith Rofs of Arnage 

1799 

Alex. Gordon of Invernettie 
Hary Lumfden of Belhelvie 

1800 

Alexander Ruffel of Moncoffer 
1801 

Andrew Farquharfon of Breda 












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John Farquharfon of Haughton 
P. Farquharfon of Whitehonfe 
John Morifonof Auchintoul 
James Laing of Haddo 
Francis Gordon of Kincardine 
Garden Duff of Hatton 
1802 

Theodore Morifon of Bognie 
RobertD.H.Elphinftonof Logie 
Elphinstone 

Lt.-Col. John R. Udny of Udny 
Roderick M‘Kenzie of Glack 
James Hay of Monkshill 

1803 

John Grant, lifer, of Artamford 
John Menziesof Pitfodels 

1804 

James Forbes of Echt 
1806 

John Burnett Stuart of Dens 
John Gordon of Cluny 
Thomas Fergufon of Kinknockie 


George Burnett of Balfluig 
Hon. Col. Francis Wm.Grant of ' 
Bogfouton 

1811 

Hon. R. Gordon of Clerkhill 
Patrick Irvine of Inveramfay 
William Corbet of Bieldfide 
Thomas Gordon of Buthlaw 
Stewart Souter of Melrofe 
Archibald Cuminc of Auchry 
John Gordon of Nethermuir 
Rob. Duff, fiar of landsof Culter : 
1812 

Sir Alex. Ramfay of Balmain, Bt • 
John Harvey ofKinettles 
1815 

Charles Fraser of Inverallochy 
and Castlefraser 
Hugh Gordon of Manar 
William Tower 1 of Kinaldie 
David Souter of Kinminities 
1814 


1807 

W. M'Kenzie of Drnmnahoy 
Cap.M.Farquharfon,Garnaveron 
Alex. Gordon of Auchlcthen 
Alexander Crombie of Phefdo 
Alex.Duthie of Ruthriefton 
John Burnett of Kemnay 
John Brebner of Gilcomfton 

1808 

John Gordon of Cairnbulg 

1809 

Right Hon. the Earl of Fife 
Hon. William Gordon of Minnes 
Hn. SirC. Gordon of Kingsfoord 
Alex. Forbes Irvine of Schivas 
Hugh Lumfden of Pitcaple 
Capt R.Henderfonof Torterflon 
William Inglis of Towie 

1810 

John Niven of Thornton 


George Turner of Menie 
Robert Robertson of Boddoni 
John Dingwall of Brucklay 
Lieut-col. W*H. Knight Erskine : 
of Pittodrie 

Arch. Farquharson of Finzean « 
Sir Charles Forbes of New and 
Edinglassie, Burt. 

Jas Wm M‘Kenzie of Pittrichie 
Maj. Dan. Mitchell of Ashgrove 
William Robinson of Pitmedden 
Alex. Erskine of Longhaven 

1815 

Charles Bannerman of Kirkhill 
G. Skelton of Invernettie Lodge ■ 
Maj-gen. Hon. A. Duff of Gask 
Geo. Duff, fiar of Towie of Brux 
John Ramfay of Barra 

1816 

William Gordon of Fy vie 




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John Forbes of Blackford 
Right Hon. Lord Jamc9 Hay 
James Kinloch of Altries 
Maj.-Gen. Benjamin F. Gordon 
of Balbithan 
Duncan Davidfon of Tillychetly 
Thomas Emslie of Fingask 

1817 

Hon. George Gordon of Balfour 
Hon. John Gordon of Annachy 
Sir Wm. Forbe9 of Pitsligo, Bt. 
John Turner of Tuvnerhali 
John Anderfon of Candacraig 
James Fergufon of Kinmundy 
John Hutchison of Cairngall 
Andrew Skene of Lethenty 
Patrick Kilgour of Woodfide 
Michael F Gordon of Breachly 
Capt. Robert Gordon of Midmill 
Michie Forbes of Crimond 
James Aug. Grant of Viewfield 
Rev. Dr Geo. Forbes of Blelack 
Henry Ivison of Blackbank 
John Pavin of Balgowan 
Lt-col. G Henderson of Conglafs 
John Mansfield of Midmar 
John Leslie of Powis 
James Gammel of Ardiflery 
Alex Mackenzie of Balblair 
John Gillandersof Glenhead 
Major A F Taylor of Dunnideer 
William Duff of Mayen 

1818 

Wm D. Fordyce of Techmuiry 
Maj-g. N. Forbes of Auchernick, 
liferenter 

Alexander Forbes of Ainfley 
1819 

James Morison of Muiresk 
Theodore Gordon of Overhall 
Adam Cumine of Rattray 
Alexander Thomson of Banchory 


John Ewing, lifer, of Sheelagreen 
William Urquhart of Byth 
Robert Grant of Tilly four 
Andrew Jopp, lifer.©f Cobairdie 
George Fjaser of Paik 
1820 

William Innes of Raemoir 
Maj. A.LeithHay,yor.ofRannes 
Jas J. F. Leith of Whitehaugh 
1821 

Hon. Walter Forbes of Brux 
Lieut.-Col. David Forbes, 78th 
Regt. of Foot 

John Leith, lifer, of Cairnglass 
George Kilgour of Balcairn 
Thomas Kilgour of Bethelnie 
James Grant, liferenter of Ord 
John Cumine, yor. of Auchry, 
liferenter 

Ad. Gordon of Newton Garioch 
Alex. Stronach of Drumallan 
Georee Yeats of Aucharney 

1822 

Right Rev. Dr W T illiam Bissct, 
Lord Bishop of Raphoe 
John Mair Gerard of Midstrath 
James Buchan of Auchmacoy 
Peter Burnett of Elrick 
Lt C Gordon of Broomhill,R.N. 
Peter Rose of Dunbreck 
William Gordon, yor. of Pitlurg 
CaptWm Fraser, lifer, of Savock 
William Moir of Park 
Henry David Forbes of Balgonie 
1823 

Sir John Forbes of Craigievar.bt 
H. L. Lumsden of Auchindoir 
Henry Lumsden of Tilwhilly 
Alex. Morison yr.of Auchintoul, 
liferenter of Laithers 
William Urquhart of Ctaigston 
Charles Fraser of WiQiamston 











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1824 

Robert Gordon of Hallhead 
John Forbes, yor. of New and 
Edinglassie 

John Gordon of Newton 
George Ferguson of Pitfour 
Wm Chambers Hunter of Tillery 

1825 

Sir John Buchan Hepburn of 
Smeaton Hepburn, Bart. 

Wm M'Combie of Easter Skene 
Mich, Bruce, yor. of Stenhouse 
Alexander Forbes of Boyndlie 
James Grant Duff of Eden 
Charles Forbes of Asloun 
James Forbes of Huttonhall, as 
liferenter; and James Forbes, 
his son, as fiar. The fiar to 
vote in absence of the liferen¬ 
ter only 

Colonel Hon. Hugh Arbuthnot 
of Hatton 


Wcmyss Orrok of Orrok 
Sir James Grant Suttie of Pres- : 
tongrange and Balgonie, Bart. « 
as liferenter ; and Geo. Grant ! 
Suttie, his son, as fiar. The % 
fiar to vote in absence of the > 
liferenter only ; jy 

George Leslie of Rothie 
James Farquhar of Johnston 
John Lawson of Chapelton, as ,j 
liferenter; and John Lawson, ,iy 
his son, as fiar. The fiar to 
vote in absence of the lifer.only 

1826 ja 

Thomas Mansfield, accountant, z 
Edinburgh 

George Forbes of Springhill 
The Rev. Dr George Morison 
of Disblair 

James Rose Innes of Netherdalc ... 
George Hogarth of Woodhill 
William Leslie of Warthill 


JUSTICES of the PEACE. 

The Officers of State Hon. Alex Gordon of Annachy 

His Grace the Duke of Gordon Hon. C Gordon of Kingsford 
Most Noble Marquis of Huntly Hon. R Gordon of Clerkhill 
Right Hon. the Earl of Erroll Hon. Geo Gordon of Balfour 


!l 


Right Hon. the Earl of Aboyne 
Right Hon. the Earl of Kintore 
Rt. Hon. the Earl of Aberdeen 
Right Hon. the Earl of Fife 
Right Hon. Lord Strathavon 
Right Hon. Lord James Hay 
Right Hon. Lord Forbes 
Right Hon. Lord Saltoun 
Hon. Wm Gordon of Ellon 
Hon. Alexander Keith 
Hon. Wm Keith 
Hon. Lieut.-gen. Duff, Delgatv 
Hon. Wm Gordon of Minnes 


Hon. John Gordon of Annachy 
Hon. James Master of Forbes 
Hon. Walter Forbes of Brux 
Sir Wm Forbes of Pitsligo 
Sir Robert Burnett of Leys 
Sir John Innes of Balveny, &c. 
Sir Alex Bannerman of Elsick 
Sir James Grant of Monymulk 
Sir G Abercromby of Birkenbog 
Sir Alex Ramsay of Balmain 
Sir A Keith, Knight Marshall 
Sir James Duff of Kinstair 
Sir A Leith,'yor. of Freefield 


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275 

Sir Charles Forbes of New and 
Edinglassie 

RAbercromby, yor. Birkenbog 
James Arbuthnot of Dens 
George Arbuthnot, yor. thereof 
Thos Arbuthnot of Kinmundy 
John Anderfon of Candacraig 
Jas Arbuthnot, mert. Peterhead 
Rev. John Anderson, Fochabers 
James Allardes of Boyndsmill 
John Anderson, at Burnshangie 
Arthur Anderson of Deebank 
Ad Arbuthnot, mert. Peterhead 
Lieut.-Gen. William Burnett of 
Banchory Ledge 
Thomas Burnett, yor. of Leys 
Charles Bannerman of Kirkhill 
Peter Burnett of Elriek 
John Burnett Stuart of Crichie 
James Buchan of Auchmacoy 
Thomas Burnett, adv. Aberdeen 
John Burnett 
John Burnett of Kemnay 
John Brebner of Gilcomston 
John Boswell of Balmuto 
William Black, late of Cloghill 
George Burnett of Bafiuig 
Tho Black of Wartridgemuir 
Al Bannerman, mert. Aberdeen 
James Barclay, yr of Templand 
James Blaikie, adv. in Aberdeen 
1\ Bannerman, adv. in Aberdeen 
Newell Burnett, adv. Aberdeen 
Arch Cumine of Auchry 
John Cumine, yor. thereof 
Adam Cumine of Rattray 
Alexr Crombie of Phesdo 
Wm C Hunter of Tillery 
Wm Corbet of Beildside 
Capt Jas Cameron at Balmore 
Capt J Cumming, Lessendrum 
John Duff of Drummuir 


John Dingwall of Brucklay 
John Dingwall of Ardo 
Dr A Dingwall Fordyceof Cullb 
Wm D Fordyce of Techmuiry 
Arthur D Fordyce, yr. thereof 
Robert Wm Duff of Culter 
Robert Duff, yor. thereof 
William Duff of Mayen 
Garden Duff of Hatton 
Wm Duff of Corsindae 
GH Drummond of Drumtochty 
Major George Duff of Towie 
Duncan Davidfi >n of Tillychetly 
Alexr Dauney, ll.d. 

Alexr Duthie of Ruthriefton 
Major Alex Dunbar, Aberdeen 
Chas Davidson of Drumside 
Capt John Duguid, Aberdeen 
R D Horn Elphinftone of Logie 
W H K Erskine of Pittodrie 
Aiex Erskine ofLonghaven 
Thomas Elmslie of Fingask 
John Ewing, adv. Aberdeen 
Col. A Forbes, Old Aberdeen 
William Forbes, yor. of Pitsligo 
John Forbes of Corse 
Wm Farquharson of Monaltrie 
Andrew Farquharson of Breda 
John Farquharson of Haughton 
P Farquharfon of Whitehoufe 
Geo C Farquharson, yor. thereof 
Arch Farquharson of Finzean 
M Farquharson of Carnaveron 
James Farquhar of Johnston 
James Ferguson of Kinmundy 
Thomas Ferguson of Kinknockie 
James Forbes of Seaton 
John Forbes of Blackford 
Alex. Forbes, yor. thereof 
John Forbes yor. of New and 
Edinglassie 

Alexander Forbes of Boyndlic 











James Forbes of Echt 
Alex Forbes of Invereman 
Rev. George Forbes of Blelack 
Maj.-g. N Forbes of Auchernick 
Lt.-Col. D Forbes, 78th Regt 
James Forbes, son of the late John 
Forbes of Boyndlie 
Michie Forbes of Crimond 
Henry D Forbes of Balgonie 
Alex Forbes of Ainsley 
Robert Forbes of Castleton 
Thomas A Fraser of Strichen 
Charles Fraser of Inverallochy 
Lt-gen. John Fraser of Park 
George Frafer, liferenter thereof 
Charles Fraser of Williamfton 
Alex Forsyth, manuf. Hunt'y 
Basil Fisher, Devanha. Aberdeen 
John Ferguson, at Kinmundy 
George Ferguson of Pitfour 
Capt Wm Fraser of Saphock 
George Forbes of Springhill 
Lieut.-gen. John G C Skene of 
Pitiurg and Dyce 
W illiam Gordon, yor. thereof 
Robert Gordon of Hallhead 
Adam Gordon of Cairnfield 
John Gordon of Cluny 
Charles Gordon of Wardhouse 
John Gordon, yor. thereof 
James Gordon of Craig 
Lt-gen. B Gordon of Balbithan 
Harry Gordon of Knockespock 
John Gordon of Avochie 
Thos Gordon of Buthlaw 
William Gordon of Fyvie 
Wm Gordon of Abcrdour 
Geo Gordon of Auchleuchries 
Charles Gordon, yor. thereof 
David Gordon of Abergeldie 
Francis Gordon of Kincardine 


276 


Capt John Gordon, yor. thereof 
Alex Gordon of Auchlethen 
John Gordon of Cairnbulg 
CharlesGordon late of Auchiries 
Hugh Gordon of Manar 
John Gordon of Newton 
4 lexr Gordon of Invernettie 
Robert Gordon, yor. thereof 
James Farq Gordon of Balmuir 
James Gordon of Littlcfolla 
John Gordon, yor. thereof 
John Gordon of Craigmile 
John Gordon of Nethermuir 
Alex S Goidon, mert. London 
Theodore Gordon of Overhall 
Wm Gordon of Auchanachy 
John Gordon of Crathenaiid 
Michael F Gordon of Breachly 
Robert Gordon of Midmill 
C Gordon, advt. in Aberdeen 
John Garioch of Heathcot 
James Aug Grant of Viewfield 
Col. FW Grant of Bogfouton 
John Grant of Artamford 
Robert Grant of Druminner 
James Grant, advt. in Aberdeen 
Robert Grant of Coullie 
John Gerrard of Midstrath 
Alex Gavin, furgeon, Strichen 
Francis Garden, adv. Aberdeen 
Ad Gordon of Newton Garioch 
Lt Chas Gordon of Broomhill 
Capt G Gordon, at Greenhaugh 
George Gordon, Bucharn 
Jas Gammell of Countesswells 
General Alex Hay of Rannes 
Andrew Leith Hay, yor. thereof 
James Hay of Monkfhill 
Alex Henderfon of Caskiebea 
Capt.R Henderfonof Torterston 
John Henry of Watchmount 


Lt-col. John Gordon of Coy nachy John Harvey of Kinnettles 





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277 


Lieut.-Colonel G Henderson oi 
Conglass 

John Hutcheson of Cairngall 
Robert Hutcheson, yor. thereof 
James Hadden of Tanfield 
Gavin Hadden of Union Grove 
Geo Hogarth of Woodhill 
D Hutcheon, adr. in Aberdeen 
James Hutcheson of Richmond 
Alexr Irvine of Drum 
A F Irvine of Schivas 
Charles Irvine, at Drum 
Patrick Irvine of Inveramsay 
Lewis Innes of Ballogie 
James Rose Innes of Netherdale 
William Innes of Raemoir 
Alex Innes of Pitmedden 
Henry Ivison of Blackbank 
William Inglis of Towie 
Ar.dw Jopp, adv.in Aberdeen 
Wm Johnston, yor of Hilton 
Patrick Kilgour of Woodside 
Thomas Kilgour of Bethelnie 
T Kilgour, yor. thereof 
George Kilgour of Ardconnan 
Rob Kilgour, Nether Kinmundy 
James Knowles of Kirkville 
James Kinloch of Altries 
Alexr Keith in Netherthird 
Wm Kennedy, adv. Aberdeen 
Captain A. Kyle, Binghill 
Alex Leith of Freeftcld 
John Leith Ross of A mage 
Col. J F Leith of Whitehaugh 
Capt John Leith, R. N. 

Gtorge Leslie of Rothie 
James Laingof Haddo 
John Leslie of Powis 
John Leslie of Balquliain 
Patrick Leslie, yor thereof 
Wm Lellie of Warthill 
Hans G Leslie of Denlngas 


Thomas Leslie of Berryden 
Dr Charles Leslie, Memsie 
Hary Lumfden of Belhelvie 
Hugh Lumfden of Pitcaple 
Henry Lumsden of Tilwhilly 
H. L. Lumsden of Auchindoir 
Hary Lamond of Pitmurchy 
John Lawson of Chapeltown 
James Lamond of StrandufF 
Thomas Logan, at Thunderton 
John Menzies of Pitfodels 
Theodore Morison of Bognie 
John Morifon of Auchintoul 
Alexr Morifon, yor. thereof 
James Morison lifer, of Muiresk 
George Moir of Denmore 
William Moir of Park 
John Mansfield of Midmar 
Roderick M’Kenzie of-Glack 
George More of Raeden 
Gilbert More, yor. thereof 
J W M‘Kenzie of Pitrichie 
Major D Mitchell of Ashgrove 
John Manson of Catie 
John Menzies at Gordon Caftle 
Capt Macpherson, at Gibston 
Capt G MTnnes, Old Aberdeen 
Wm Marlballof Keithmore 
James Mitchel at Pitfour 
George Mudie of Meethili 
Thomas Moir, Aberdeen t 
WmM‘Combie of Easter Skene 
John Niven of Thornton 
John Paton of Grandhome 
Wm Paton, yor. thereof 
John Pavin of Balgowan 
Geo Primrofe, late of Raemoir 
Alex Pirie, mert, Aberdeen 
William Pirie of Cotton 
John Ramfay of Ban a 
Wm F Robertson of Hazelhead 
John Russel of Balmaad 
a 





















Alex Ruffel of Aden 
Alexander Russel, yor. thereof 
Robert Robertson of Boddom 
Dr John Ramsay, I-Iuntly 
"William Read, mert. Aberdeen 
George Robinson of Cairngall 
Geo G Robinson, yor. thereof 
Wm Robertson of Pitmedden 
John James Roy, Bracmar 
James Russel, ad son of Alexr 
Russel of Montcofler 
John Ross, at Ferryhill 
Peter Rose of Dunbreck 
Pat Rose, Sheriff-Clerk of Banff 
James Skene of Rubislaw 
George Still of Millden 
John Mavor Still, yor. thereof 
Patrick Stewart of Auchlunkart 
James ASandilands of Cruives 
William Shand of Craigellie 
Alexander Seton of Mounie 
Rob Stevens, late of Broadland 
Andrew Skene of Lethenty 
Stewart Souter of Melrose 
G L Shireffs ofBlairmormonth 
John L Shirrefs, yor. thereof 
John Strarhan, late of Campfield 
James Skelton of Invernettie 
J Skelton, yor. thereof 
George Symmersof Cults 
Alexander Scott of Craibstone 
Alex Smith, adv. in Aberdeen 
William Smith of Hatton 


278 

Alex Stronach of Drumallan 
Alex Thomson of Banchory 
John Turner of Turnerhall 
Major George Turner of Menie 
Wm Tower of Kinaldie 
Major A F Taylor of Dunniedeer 
George Thomson of Fairley 
John Thorburn of Murtie 
Wm Urquhart of Craigfton 
Lt-col. J Robert Udny of Udny 
James Urquhart of Meldrum 
William Urquhart of Byth 
Adam Urquhart, adv.Edinburgh 
George Wilson of Glafgowego 
Jas Wilson late of Cairnbanno 
Peter Wemyss of Craigliall 
James Wilson of Auchaber 
W Whyte, Bridgend of Auchlee 
David Young of Cornhill 
Alex Youngson, Castle Foibes 
George Yeats, Auquharney 
Sheriffs-dep.& sub. of Aberdeen 
Banff, and Kincardine 
Provost & Eldest Baillie of New 
and Old Aberdeen 
Chief Magistrate offnverury and 
Kintore, all for the time being 
William Carnegie, Town Clerk 
of Aberdeen 

Roderick Gray, Baron • Baillie of 
Peterhead 

Lewis Chalmers, Baron-Baillic 
of Fraserburgh 


The Commission is dated IC )tli June , 1820. 


THE COUNTY CLUB-{Inst, 1718.) 

His Grace the Duke of Gordon James Urquhart of Meldrum 
Charles Gordon of Wardhoufe 
John Paton of Grandhome 
General Hay of Rannes 


John Menzies of PitforUls 


Alexander Irvine of Drum 
Lt.G. J. G. C. Skene of Pitlurg 
Sir Robert Burnett of Leys 
John Gordon of Nethermuir 









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Robert Wm Duff of Fetteresso 
Sir William Johnfton of Hilton 
John Forbes of Blackford 
Wm. Farquharfon of Monaltrie 
George Silver of Netherlay 
Alexander Ruffel of Aden 
Most Noble Marquis of Huntly 
D. M‘Dowal Grant of Arndilly 
Right Hon. the Earl of Aboyne 
William Gordon of Aberdour 
Harry Gordon of Knockefpock 
Roderick M*Kenzie of Glack 
James Skene of Rubillaw 
James Gordon of Craig 
Adam Gordon of Cairn field 
R.D. Horn Elphinflonof Logie 
William Black, Efq. 

John Burnett, Efq. 

John Duff of Drummuir 
Sir William Forbes of Pitfligo 
Robert Grant of Drumminer 
Lt.Col. John R. Udny of Udny 
Patrick Steuart of Auchlunkart 
Alexander Crombie of Phefdo 
John Garioch of Heathcot 
Rt. Hon. the Earl of Aberdeen 
Maj. A.L.Hay, yor. of Rannes 
Hugh Gordon of Manar 
Patrick Kilgour of Woodfide 
Sir J. Gordon of Letterfourie 
Thomas Burnett, Esq. 

Hon. Captain Gordon, fi.N. 
Alexander Frafer, Efq. 

Right Hon. Lord Saltoun 
Garden Duff of Hatton 
A. S. Gordon, Efq. London 
John Morison of Auchintoul 
Thomas Gordon of Buthlaw 
G.H. Drummondof Drumtochty 
Robert Barclay of Ury 
Alex. Duthie of Ruthiiefton 
John Gordon of Cairnbulg 


Lieut.-Gen. Hon. Alex DufF 
Maj. A. F. Tayler of Dunnideer 
Alexander Bannerman, Efq. 
Lt-g. Burnett of BanchoryLodge 
Alex. Gordon of Auchlunies 
Francis Gordon of Kincardine 
Right Hon. the Earl of Fife 
SirChailes Forbes of Edinglassie 
W. H. K. Erskine of Pittodrie 
John Dingwall ofBrucklay 
Hary Lumsden of Belhelvie 
Sir Alexander Bannerman, Bart. 
John Ramsay of Barra 
Arch. Farquharson of Finzean 
Chas M‘Kenzie Frafer of Caftle 
Frafer 
James Hadden, Efq. 

Michie Forbes of Crimond 
Henry Lumfden of Tilwhilly 
Sir Alex Leith, yor. of Freefield 
Rt. Hon. the Earl of Kintore 
Hon. William Fraser 
Duncan Davidson of Tillychetly 
Alex Forbes, yor. of Blackford 
C. Bannerman of Crimonmogate 
Right Hon. Lord Kennedy 
William Imies of Raemoir 
John Gordon of Cluny 
William Gordon of Fyvie J 
Adam Cumine of Rattray 
Capt. J. Anderfon of Candacraig 
James Fergufon of Kinmundy 
Maj. George Turner of Menie 
William Moir of Park 
Right Hon. Lord Stiathavon 
Sir Robert Barclay, K.C.B. 
Alexander Innesof Pitmedden 
Dr Charles Skene 
John Farquharson of Haughton 
Lt.-Col. W. Gordon, Pitlurg 
Lord James Hay 
Alex. Thomson of Banchory 











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William Leslie of Warthiil 
John Mansfield of Midmar 
Patrick Bannerman, Esq. 
Thomas Bannerman, Esq. 
Lt.-Col. Henderson 
Aithur Anderson of Dee Bank 
James Forbes of Echt 
Right Hon. Lord Forbes 
James Buchan of Auchmacoy 
H, L. Lumsden of Auchindoir 
Thomas Burnett, 


Thomas Burnett, yor. of Leys 
John Gordon of Newton 
Major Mitchell of Ashgrove 
Thomas Alex Fraset of Lovat > 
John Thorburn of Murtle y 

William Annand of Belmount 
Sir John Forbes, Bt. of Craigievar * 
Michael Bruce of Scotstown 
John Leslie of Powis 
And. Gammell of Countessvvells 
, Esq. Secretary. 


UNITED MEETING 

of the Counties of Aberdeen, Forfar, Kincardine, n 
and Banff. 


The Earl of Erroll, Preses . 


Stewards. 


lion. Walter Forbes of Brux 
Michael Bruce of Scotstovvn 
The Earl of Airly 
Alex. CruickshankofStracathro 
Lord Kennedy 


George F. Carnegie of Pitarrow 
Robert Grant of Monymusk 
John Morison of Auchiutoul 
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen 
flon. Col. Ramsay, Sec.$ Treas , 


Members. 


Duke of Gordon, K.T. 

The Marquis of iiuntly, G.C.B. 

Earl of Errol 

Earl of Airly 

Earl of Kin!ore 

Earl of Aboyne 

Earl of Aberdeen, K.T. 

Earl of Fife 
Lord Arbuthnot 
Lord Forbes 
Lord Saltoun 
Lord Duncan 
Lord Kennedy 
Lord Rosehill 
Lord Strathavon 
Hon Donald Ogilvie 
Hon W. Keith, R.N”. 
lion W. Maule, M. P. 

Hon Colonel John Ramsay 
Hon D.G. Hallyburion 
Hon Capt Wm Gordon, B.X. 
Hon Lieutenant-General Duff 
Hon Colonel F. W. Grant 


Hon Colonel Arbuthnot 

Hon William Forbes 

Hon William Fraser 

Sir James Gordon of I.etterfourie 

Sir Robert Burnett of Leys 

Sir John Forbes of Craigievar | 

Sir G. Abercromby of Birkeubog 

Sir John Hay of Hayston 

Sir James Ramsay, of Banff ] 

Sir Alex. Bannerman of Elsick 

Sir Alexander Ramsay, M.P. 

SirC. Forbes of Edinglassie,M.p. ; 
Sir Robert Barclay, K.C.B. 

Sir Alexander Leith, K.C.B. 

Robt Abercromby of Birkenbog 
Capt Anderson of Candacraig 
William Annand of Belmount 
Charles Bannerman of Kirkhill 
Alexander Bannerman 
Patrick Bannerman 
George Bannerman 
Thomas Bannerman 
Robert Barclay of Ury 












J. Boswell of Kingcausie 
William Brodie ofB r <>die 
Alexander Brown, Aberdeen 
Michael Bruce of Stenhouse 
James Buchan of Auchmacoy 
Lieutenant* General Burnett 
Thomas Burnett, yr of Leys 
Thomas Burnett, Advocate 
James Burnett of Leys 
W. L. Carnegie of Kinbletbmont 
James Carnegie of Balnamoon 
George Carnegie of Pitarrow 
J. Carnegie, E. I. C. S. 

Pat. Carnegie of Lower 
Captain Carmichael 
Alexander Crombie of Phesdo 
J. Cruickshanks of Langley Park 
J. Cruickshanks, yr of do 
A. Cruickshanks of Striekathro 
Adam Cumine of Rattray 
A. Cummin^, of Demerara 
Capt Cumining of Lessendrum 
Duncan Davidson of Tillychetly 
J. Dingwall of Brueklay 
Robert Douglas of Brigton 
Captain Archibald Douglas 
George Harley Drummond 
Colonel Duff of Fetteresso 
Robert Doff younger of do 
Captain Dull', R.N. 

Garden Duff of Hatton 
William Duff of Mayen 
Capt George Duff, 19th Lancers 
Alex. Duthie of Ruthriestou 
R. 1). H. Elphinstone of Logie 
Col W. II. K. Erskineof Pittodrie 
Captain Farquhar, R.N. 

Col. Farquhar, e.t.c.s. Eng. 

Jas Farquhar of Johnston, M.P. 
Arch. Farqnharson of Finzean 
W. Farquharson of Monaltrie 
A. Farquharson of Breda 
P. Farquharson of \V hitehouse 
J. Farquharson of Haughton 
Major Fife 
Major Fisher 

J. Forbes yrof Eding1assie,M.P 
Michie Forbes of Criinond 


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James Forbes of Edit 
Forbes of Blackford 
W. R. Forbes of IJazlehead 
Colonel David Forbes 
H. D. Forbes of Fraserfield 
George Forbes of Springhill 
Colonel Fotheringham of Powrie 
Jame9 Fotheringham of Powrie 
Alexander Fraser, Aberdeen 
T. A. Fraser of Lovat & Strichen 
Charles Fraser of Castle Fraser 
Captain Gammel 
John Garioch of Heat hoot 
Arthur Gibbon, Aberdeen 
William Gordon of Aberdour 
Major Gordon of Hall head 
J. Gordon of Cairnbuig 
Gordon of Auchlnnies 
Colonel Gordon of Cluny 
Wm Gordon of Fyvie 
Hugh Gordon of JVlanar 
J. Gordon of Nethermuir 
Thomas Gordon of Buthlaw 
Francis Gordon of Kincardine 
James Gordon of Craig 
Captain Gordon of Pitlurg 
Charles Gordon of Wardbouse 
Robert Grant of Druminner 
Captain R. Grant of Tillyfour 
J. Duff Grant of Eden 
Alexander Greenhill of Fearn 
A. M. Guthrie of Craigie 
James Hadden of Tanlield 
Alexander Hadden, do. 

James Hadden, younger 
Gavin Hadden ot Union Grove 
General Hay of Rannes 
Major Leith Hay 
John Hay of Let ham 
Captain Henderson, R.N. 
Lt.-Col. Henderson, II.E. 

R. R. Hepburn of Uickarton 
James llawkins of Dunnichen 
George Hogarlhof Woodliill 
Joseph Hume, M.P. 

Lieut.-Gen. Hunter of Burnside 
Capt W. Hunter, yrof Burnside 
William lnnes of Raemoir 


A a 3 









Alexander Irvine of Drum 
Thomas Kilgour of Bethelnie 
Captain John Leith, R.N. 

H. G. Leslie of Denlugas 
Alexander Leslie of Powis 
Henry Lumsden of Tilwhilly 
Hugh Lumsden,Advocate 
Clements Lumsden, advocate 
A N. JVPLeod of Sunnybank 
Colonel M‘Donell of Glengarry 
J. H. M‘Kenzie of Pittrichie 
John Mansfield of Mid mar 
Col M‘Dowall Grant of ArndilU 
M 4 Do wall Grant,yr of Arndillj 
Roderick M‘Kenzieof Glack 
Major-General M‘Kenzie 
Fo'x Maule, yr of Panmure 
Gilbert L. Meason of Lmdertis 
John Menzies of Pitfodels 
Major Mitchell, Ashgrove 
W. Moir of Park 
George Moir of Denmore 
J. Morison of Auchintoul 
John Niven of Thornton 
Captain Thomas Ramsay 


282 

Captain Robert Ramsay 
John Ramsay of Barra 
James Ramsay, do. 

Peter Rose, of Demerara 
Horatio Ross of Rossi e 
Alexander Russel of Aden 
J. A. Sandilands of Cruives 
James Scott of Brotherton 
Captain Scott, R.N. 

George Silver of Nelherlay a 

Dr Skene 

General G. C. Skene of Parkhill a, 
Patrick Stewart of Auchlunkart 
A. C. Stewart of Castle Stewart 
Major Tay lor of Rothiemay 
A.Thompson of Banchory 4 

J. Thorourn of Murtle 
Major Turner, R.A. 

J. Turner of Turnerhall 

J. Urquhartof Craigston 

John Udny of Uduy 

Alex. Wood of Woodburnden :j 

Charles Ward 

James Wilson 


northern united service club 

Committee for 1826-27. 


- Inst . 1819. 


CaptHon.W. Gordon, 
lt.N. M.P 


I Maj. Cnas. Forbes 
Capt J. Gordon, R.A. 


Lt-col Lindsay, cb 
L t-col David Forbes 
Major Dunbar 
Mr Rose, r.n. 
Lieut-col Clerk 
Captain Baxter 
Capt Smith, RN. on 
Capt Henderson, a n . 
Captain A. Gordon 
Captain Leith, R.N. 

Mr Fouler ton 
Hon. Col. Ramsay 
Capt. A. Forbes, r n 
G eneral Hay 
Hon. Maj-g. Ramsay 
Lieut. -gen. Buruett 
Major Fisher 


Captain Baxter, Secretary Treasurer . 


Capt Wilson 
Dr M 4 Pherson 


Dr Sutherland 
Capt. Wm Fraser 
Captain Anderson 
Capt. Wm Gordon 
Lieut.-col. Wood 
Mr Baxter 
Capt. Hogarth 
vssist-Com. Ross 
Dr Skene 
Capt Jo.Gordon, r.a 
M ajor Taylor 
Captain Bennett 
Mr Strachan, r.n t . 
Lieut. Bell, E.i.c.s. 
Lieut. Willis, R.N. 
Captain Roche 
Captain T). Gordon 


Captain ScolUj^N* i Major Forbes 


Captain Duguid 
Dr Cameron, r.n. 

Dr Blaikie 
Major Turner 
Lieut. Hepburn 
Col. Lord Saltoun 
CaptHon.W. Gordon, 
R.X. M.P. 

Dr Carnegie e.i.c.s. 
Col. Sir Alex. Leith, 
k.c.b. 

Dr James Moir 
Gen. Marq ofHuntly, 

G.C.H. 

Major Hay 
Lieut.-Gen. Gordon 
Cuming Skene 
The Earl of Fife 













Hon. Lieut. gen. Dufi 
Captain Farquhar, 
R.N. C.B. 

Lt.-col. K. Krskine 
Major C. Forbes 
Capt. Forbes, e.i.c.s 
Captain Arrow, r.n. 
Lieut M‘Kenzie 
Lieut.-col. Gordon 
Lieut. Stronach, r.e. 
Capt Murray, e.i.c.s 
Lieut.-col. M‘Kay 
Lt-r. Henderson, r.e. 
Colonel Farquharson 
Mr A. Farquharson 
Sir J. M‘Grigor,M.D. 
Lieut. Randall, r.n. 
LtC. Mackenzie, r.n 
Mr Craig, r.n. 


283 

Capt. Davidson 
Lieut. Wilson, r.n. 
Captain Burnett 
Lieut.-Col. Duff 
Capt Shepperd, r.n. 
Captain t)uff, r.n. 
Capt Reid 
Capt Baron During 
Mr Gordon, Dep. Lt. 
Captain Cumining 
Colonel Lord Aboyne 
Major Farquharson, 
E.I.C.S. 

Dr Gordon, e.i.c.s. 
Col. M*Ken. Fraser 
Mr Urquhart, Dp.Lt. 
Capt Skene, r. v. 
Captain Rennie, r.n. 
Mr Grant 




Sir A.Bannerman.Bt. Sir R. Burnett, Bt. 


Lt.-Col. Arth Forbes 


Dr Abercrombie 
Capt Lumsden, e.i.c 
Captain Gordon 
Lieut. Col. M‘Grigor 
Captain Mackay 
Maj Mitchell, e.i.c.s 
Captain W. Gordon 
Dr ,\i‘Kherson 
Lieut. T. Gordon 
DrGG. M‘Leau 
Captain Wilson 


Captain Barclay 


Lieut Croker, r.n. 
Capt Macauley, r.e. 
Major Bruce 
Capt. Maule 
Capt Gammell 
Lord Arbutlmot 
Captain Kyle 
Mr Macleod 
Captain T. Ramsay 
Captain R. Ramsay 
Col. Arbuthnot, m.p 


Captain Rose, e.i.c.s 
Lieut Leslie 
Captain W. Gordon 
Karl of Dalbousie 
SirJ.Gordon, bt. d.l. 
Captain Henry 
Dr Jamieson, e.i.c.s. 
Captain Hamlin, rn. 
Dr Stewart 
Lieut Urqnhart 
Lt W Burnett, e.i.c.s 
Captain Kyle 
Lt-Colonel Gordon 
Captain Leslie 
Capt Jon. Forbes 
Capt Forbes 
Capt Hood 
Lt-col. Leys, E i.c.S. 
Capt Adamson 
Lieut Burnett, r.n. 
Major-Gen Vincent 
Sir John Forbes, Bt 
Lt W Gordon, n.x. 
Major Winchester 
Capt Mellis 
[dent Reid, r.n. 

Mr Reid, u. m . 

Lieut Tulloch, r n. 
Capt Campbell, r.n. 
LieutAplin, R.N. 
Capt Gamraell 


NEW CLUB, Established in 1822. 

(Limited to 20 Permanent and 20 Occasional Members.) 

Permanent Members —1826-27. 

John Forbes of Blackford 
Dr Skene 
Dr Ogilvie 

Patrick Kilgour of Woodside 
Jolin Abercrombie 
Major Dunbar 
William Carnegie 


Sir Alex. Bannerman, Bart. 
Adam C.umine of Rattray 
Thomas Burnett 
Patrick Bannerman 
Captain Henderson, R N* 

John Gariocb of Heathcot 
C. Bannerman of Crimonmogate 
Gen. Burnett of Banchory Lodge 
Alexander Bannerman 
John Menzies of Pitfodels 


Alex. Forbes, yor. of Blackford 
James Hadden 
James A. Sai.dilands 


John Abercrombie, Secretary. 














284 

Occasional Members. 


Hon.Capt W.Oordon, r.n.m.p. 
General Hay of Rannes 
Hou. Col. J. Ramsay of Kelly 
George Moir of Den more 
Major A. Leith Hay 
Thomas Burnett of Crathes 
Colonel Gordon of Park hi 11 
Colonel Wood of Deebank 
William Innes of Raemoir 
James Buchan of Auchmacoy 


Captain Hamlyn, r.nt. 

Captain John Camming j, 

Sir J. Gordon, bt of Letterfourie .. 
Right Hon. Karl of Aboyne 
Captain A, Forbes, r.n. 

Michael Bruce ofScotstown a 

William Moir of Park 
William Urquhart of Craigston 
Right Hon. Earl of Kintore 
Henry Lumsden of Til w hilly 


TURRIFF COURSING CLUB. 
The Lord Saltonn, Preses. 
Stewards. 


Captain Maxwell, Mayen 
William Ramsay, Lsq. 

Colonel Gordon of Park 
William Uiquhart of Craigston 


John Cumine, yor. of Auchry 
H. G. Leslie of Denlugas 
James Wilson, Esq. 

James Buchan of Auchmacoy 


Members. 


Most Noble the Marq. of finally 
Right Hon. the Earl of Fife 
Fit. Hon. the Earl of Aberdeen 
Right Hon. Lord Saltonn 
Gen. Hon. A. Duff of Delgaty 
Hon. James Sinclair 
Capt the Hon. W. Gordon, m.p. 
Arch. Farquharson of Finzean 
James Wilson, Esq. 

John Cumine, yor. of Auchry 
Garden. Duff of Hatton 
John Ramsay of Barra 
William (Jordon of Fyvie 
Thomas Gordon of Cairness 
Major Turner of Menie 
Rob. Abercromby of Birkenbog 
James Ramsay, Esq. 

II. G. Leslie of Denlugas 
J. Cruickshank of Langley Park 
Patrick Steuart of Auchlunkart 


William Urquhart of Byth 
Robert Win Duff of Fetteresso 
John Gordon of Nethermuir 
William (Jordon of Aberdour 
Captain Gordon of Pitlurg 
Thomas A. Fraser of Lovat 
A. Bannerman, Esq. Aberdeen 
William Duff of Mayen 
Major Leith Hay, yor. of Rannes 
Capl George Duff, 19th Lancers 
Charles Fraser of W illiamston 
Peter Rose, Esq. Demerara 
James Buchan of Auchmacoy 
William Ramsay, Esq. Straloch 
R. R. Hepburn of Rickarton 
William Urquhart of Craigston 
William Brodie of Brodie 
John Forbes of Edinglassic, m.p. 
Capt Grant Duff* of Eden 
Captain Maxwell, Mayen 


Colonel Gordon of Park 

Alexander Cowie, (Keith) Sec. # Tr. 
Boulton, jun. of Malton, 'Fryer. 

(£lT Meets at Turriff', third Tuesday of October. 


DEESIDE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. 

Wm. Moir of Park, Pres. I John Stevenson, Upper Balfour 

J. Gordon of Craigmile, VicePr .| Sec , Treas. & Clerk. 













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285 

OLD ABERDEEN. 

George M'Innes, Esq. Provost. 

Dr Gordon I Alex. Thomson, Esq 7 J] a m; cs 

George Primerose, Esq; | Professor Scott J in. 

Merchant Counsellors , 

James Irvine |Wm Gerard 1 Professor Paul 1G.W.1VI‘Donald 

John Irvine jAlex. Forbes |Thomas Leask jAlex. Fiddes 

'Trades Counsellors , 

John Milne, W.Deans, F. Lawson, Tho. Innes, Wm. Jamieson 
Robert Ross, Treas. —James Nicol, advocate, Town Clerk 


INCORPORATIONS.—Rev. Principal Wm. Jack, Patron 
Alexander Fiddes, painter. Convener 
David Cromar, weaver, Master of Hospital 


Trades 
Hammermen 
Wrights & Coopers 
Weavers 
Taylors 
Shoemakers 
Bakers & Brewers 
Flefhers 


Deacons. 
James Arthur 
William Mackie 
William Walker 
John Innes 
Alexander Clatk 
Adam Stables 
James Nicol 


Boxmastcrs . 
James Pirie 
John Laiug 
William Swanson 
William Smith 
James Connon 
John Irvine 
James Smith 


James Nicol, advocate, Clerk and Consultor . 


Grammar School-— Ad. Mitchell I Parochial School— John Cowie 
John Wilson, assistant | A. Stewart, assistant 

Adam Mitchell. Session Clerk 


BISHOrS HOSPITAL— 1551. 

Founded by Bp. Dunbar, for the maintenance of 12 poor men, 
where they might say prayers and count their beads without mo¬ 
lestation. 21 men receive support from this charity. 1 he affairs 
of the Hospital were formerly managed by the Bishop, Dean, and 
Chapter, during the days of Popery and Episcopacy; but,upon 
the establishment of the Presbyterian form ot worship, the Prin¬ 
cipal, and Sub-Principal of King’s College, along with the first 
Minister of Old Machar, got the patronage and cure of the Bead 
House.—James Nicol, advocate, Factor. 

MERCHANT SOCIETY (1G80)—Gilb. M‘Donald, President 
James Harvey, Treas-—James Nicol, Clerk 
The members are all Merchant Burgefles of Old Aberdeen. 















286 

MITCHELL’S HOSPITAL—(1801.) 

For lodging, cloathing, and maintaining five widows, and five 
unmarried daughters of BurgefTes of Old Aberdeen. The Prin¬ 
cipal, Sub-Principal, and ProfefTor of Divinity, of King’s College ; 
the Provoft, eldeft Baillie, two Minifters, and Convener of the 
Trades, all forthetime being— Gov. Sc Trustees. 

James Nicol, advocate, Factor. 


PUBLIC DISPENSARY—(1826) 

For the North District of the Parish of Old Mcicliar • 

Dr Alex. Ewing, Consulting Physician. 

Mr Francis Irvine, Surgeon, Medical Attendant. 

Robert Ross, Sec- Cf Treas. 

Attendance from 9 to io a.m . daily.—Vaccination on Thursdays 


KINTORE. 

Charles Bannerman of Kirkhill, Provost. 

George Mackie, and John Frafer, Efqrs. Baillies. 
Robert Mollifon, Dean of Guild—George Fraser, Treasurer. 
James Blaikie, advocate, Town Clerk. 

Counsellors lHugh Gordon 1 Patrick Bannerman 

Hon. William Keith James A Sandilands Patrick Blaikie 
Major Alex Dunbar (George Smith (George Bannerman 


1NVERURT. 

William Robinson, Efq. Provost. 

George Lyon, Peter Wynefs, and Alex. Monro, Efqrs. Baillies . 
Jofeph Smith, Dean of Guild—George Roger, Treafuier. 

George Yeats, advocate, Town Clerk. 

G. G. Robinfon, James Simpson, G. R. Forbes, Counsellors 
Robert Dyce, advocate, Chamberlain. 


Mrs Lundie, pofimiflress 
J. Stephen, officer 
Established Church, R. Lefsel 
Rob. M'Combie, schoolmaster 


Mifs Anderfon, fchoolmistrefs 
James Shireffs, billet-master 
George Geils, and Peter Smith, 
sheriff-officers 


1. Tuesday, ad Jan. 

2 . Tucs. 16 th Jan. 

3 . Tnes. 30 th Jan. 

4. Tues. 13 th Feb. 

5 . Tucs. 27 th Feb. 

6 . Tues. 13 th March 

7 . Tues. 20 th March 


Markets at Inverury in 1827 . 


8 . Tues. loth April 

9 . Wed. 2 d May 

10 . Wed. 23 d May 

11 . Mon. nth June 

12 . Tues. 19 th July I 19 , 

13 . Thurs. 26 th July' 20 , 

14 . Thurs.i 6 th Aug.) 


15 - 

16 . 

17- 

18 . 


Tues. 13 th Sept, 
Tues. 16 th Oct. 
Wed. 14 th Nov. 
Tues. 20 th Nov. 
Tues. 4 th Dec. 
Tucs. TSth Dec. 














287 

OLDMELDRUM . 

, Baron-Baillie. 

, town clerk [John M c Pherson, writer, notary 
Mrs Duncan, poftmiftress | public, and messenger-at-arms 
: Cha. Auld, diftributor of ftamps John Davidson, sheriff-officer 
Geo. Cooper, fchoolmafter andjjohn Sangster, Win Tough, and 
feffion clerk.^ I Robert Strath, constables 

55 = Oldmeldrum Fortnight Markets commenced Dec. 1826 , and 
hold every alternate Monday, during the months cf Jan. Feb. 
March, A pril, & May, for Cattle. Horses, Sheep, and Grain. 




H U N T L T. 

George Gordon, Esq. of Bucharn, Baron-Baillie, 

A. Stewart, jun., Clerk.—Alex. Stewart, fen. Proc. Fifcal. 
A.Stewart,jn. justice of peace elk Jas Gordon, and Robert Adam, 
Court days, 1 st Monday of every! sheriff-officers, &c. 

month, at ii o’clock a.m. :Charles Harvey, billetmaster 
A Stewart, jn. elk oflieutenancy'Bible Society,—Rev. John Ro- 
A. Stewart, jun. and G. Brown,! bertfon, treafurer; Rev. John 
notaries public | Hill, secretary 

A Stewart, jun., postmaster, and,Evangelical Library.—Rev. Jas. 

sub-distiibutor of stamps | Adfillar, president 

Charles Macdonald, agt. for thejEstabiished Church—J. Walker 
Scotch Episcopal?.—J. Walker 
Un. Associate Synod—J. Millar 
Congregational Union —J. Hill 

Rom. Catholic-M l Lauchlan 

W Hay, schoolmr. & session elk 
A. Smith, teacherofEnglish,&c. 
MissMackay, music,French,&c. 
Misses Skinner,English&sewing 
Mbs M < William, Miss Ross, 
Miss M‘Pheison, Misses Scott, 
Miss Craig, Miss Dawson, Mifs 
Grassie, and Miss Philip, man- 
tuamakers, See. 

MissesForbes,MissStewart,Miss 
Scott,straw bonnet makers, &c. 


Aberdeen Banking Co. and for 
the Insurance Co. of Scotland 
Walter Davidson, agt. for the 
Annuity Loan Office—Do.the 
Philanthrophic Annuity Inst, 
and Beacon Fire Insui. Co. 

CBrown,agt. forN.B.Fire-Office 
G. Brown, agt. for the Aberdeen 
Fire & Life Assurance Co. 

J Christie, J Stewart, DMacolI, 
medical practitioners 
A. Ure, supervisor of Excise 
DMunro,ALeyshon,-Ker, offic. 
Geo Maitland and Robt Adam, 
messengers-at-arms 


The North Mail arrives at 8 a.m • and the South at 5 , evening. 
The South mails made up at 7 a.m. —the North, at past 4 , p.m. 

The Duke of Gordon Coach, from Aberdeen, every lawful 
day, at £ past it, a m .—The Star, from do. at \ past 1 , fi 7 * 














288 


KEITH.—Mex. Wilson, Esq. Baron-Baillie, 


John Gatherer and Alex Cowie 
surveyors of taxes 
Alexander Cowie, postmaster 
G Brander, vender of (lamps 
Robert Gordon, bilietmaster 
John Gatherer, James Roy,. Jas 
Gatherer, R Green, notaries 
J.Gathercr, A. Co wie,J. Gatherer, 
R. Green, procurators before 
the sheriff court at Banff 
John Findlay, and GeoMerson, 

messengers-at-arm3 


A. Laurence, Ro. Urquhart, A. 

Bremner, medical practitioners 
James DufF, teacher of Dancing 
Established Church—J Thomson 
John Low, parochial fchool 
English,&c.-G Scott, G Stewart 
Latin,Geog.&c -Rev.JMurdoch 
Aberdeen Bank—J. Taylor, agt 
Aberdeen Town & County Bank, 
Alex Thutburn, agent 
National Bank of Scotland—T. 
Johnston, jun. agent 


FOCHABERS.— James Thomson, Efq. Baron-Baillie. 

Alex Marquis, clerk ,A Gray &Co. venders of stamps 

James Scott, fiscal Jehn Robertson, bilietmaster 

Wm Sievwrieht, conflable James Milne, schoolmafler 
Wm Laing, and Henry Ruston,! James Leflie, church mufic 
medical praftitioners 1 Young Ladies Boarding School, 

George Marquis, potlmaffer \ Mifs Rofs 


MORAYSHIRE LISTS. 


Baillus• 


ELGIN . 

Alexander Innks, Esq. Provost. 

James Petrie, Esq. I Harry Milne, E<q. 7 
F. Cruickshank, Esq. | John Johnston, Esq 5 
Lewis Anderson, Dean of Guild—David Cormie, Treas. 
Merchant Counsellors. 

Peter Nicholson IRobert Dick |A 1 . Sievwrightl and 
John Forsyth, jun IRobert Simpson | Jas Alexander jWm Russel 
J Trades Counsellors —James Cattnach, Convener. 

Deacon D. Christie, shoemaker—Deacon A. Gatherer, tailor 
Patrick Duff, Town Clerk . 


INCORPORATIONS. 


Trades 
Hammermen 
Glovers 
Tailors 
Shoemakers 
Weavers 
Square Wrights 


Deacons 
James Dick 
John Smith 
Alex Gatherer 
David Christie 
Alex Falconer 


Boxmafters 
Wm Jack 
Wm Harvey 
Wm Duncan 
Joseph Cook 
A\cx Christie 


James Cattnach [Thomas Russel 


Clerks 
Alex Brown 
Ditto 

Robert Bain 
Pat Cameron 
Alex Brown 
Ditto 


oljUurc vv i 1 i 

A. Rtown^ clerk to convener meeting—Wm. Duncan, collector. 
















„ /Wm Gordon 
Establishment t Alcx Walker 

Pluscardine Itin.—Ja.Thomson 
Burghead—David Waters 
Scotch Episcopal—H. Buchan 


289 
CLERGY. 

United Associate Synod— 

1 con. Simon Somerville 
Scon. Robert Crawford 
Independents—Niel M‘Niel 
Roman Catholics—Geo.Gordon 


SCHOOLS. 

Academy —Latin & Greek, Rev.W. Dnguid. —Allan, asst 
Arithmetic. Mathematics, Practical Astronomy, French, and 
Geography—Rev. Peter Merson 
Englifh, Wiiting, and Elocution—Alexander Bransby 
Private School, established by the Trades—Wm Russell, jun. 
Private School, for English, Wiiting, & Arith.—John Dean 
Young Ladies’ Boarding School—Misses Shand and Mifs Downic 
Dancing—Donald Grant, Joseph Lowe, and James Matthew 


SHERIFF COURT. 

Sir George Abercromby hart, (heriff-dep. & commissary of Elgin 
George Fenton, (herifF-fubsticute and commissary depute 
Arthur Duff, sheriff clerk. Patrick Duff, commissary clerk 
James Thomfon, procurator fifeal 

A Small Debt Court has been established, for enabling the 
Sheriff to decide in small debts, not exceeding 8/. under an act 
passed in the last session of Parliament. 

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GUILDRY FUND—Lewis Anderson, Dean of Guild. 

Managers. IF. Taylor sen.lAlex Young I Alex Innes, Treat 
Ifaac Forsyth (John Russell |Jo. Robertson|Alex Brown, Clerk 

SMALL DEBT COURT. 

This Court is held upon the first Monday of every month, 
(September and O&ober excepted) for the decision' of claims not 
exceeding 5/sterling James Coull, Esq. of Aftigrove, and Wm 
Gauidie, Esq. Elgin, adting juftices. Patrick Duff, clerk. Robt 
Watson, depute, clerk at Forres. Wm Duffus, depute^ clerk at 
Grantown. Robert Bain, procurator fiscal. 


TOWN COURT. 

Weekly Courts are held on Saturdays, at all seasons of the 
year—the Bailies for the time being, judges. Pat. Duff, clerk. 
Alex. Brown, assessor. Robert Sim, fiscal. 

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PROCURATORS before the Sheriff and Town Courts 


James Thom Ion 
Robert Bain 
James Ritchie 


Alexander Brown 
John Forsyth 
Patrick Cameron 


Robert Watson 
Alexander Sellar 
Robert Aber. Brands 


EXCISE.—John Anderson, Colle&or of Excise, 

Philip Torrance, cleik I John Mitchell, Thomas Noble, 

John M'Naughten, supervisor | and Wm Tulloch, officeis 

PUBLIC OFFICERS and AGENTS. 

Tames Innes and Alexr. Cowie, Patrick Duff, Collectorof Bifliop 


Surveyors ot AfTtffed Taxes 
Pat. Duff, Collector and Clerk 
of Supply for the County 
John Shepherd, Collector of 
Taxes for the Burgh 
Pat. Duff, Collector of Assessed 
Taxes, and Land Tax, for the 
County 

Jn Shepherd, Collector of Land 
Tax for the Burgh 
Pat Cameron, Distrib. of Stamps 
James Steinson, Billet Master 


Rents, and Poftmafter 
Jas. Cumming and Jas Duncan, 
clerks in Post Office 
P. Duff, Recorder of Sasines for 
Burgh—A.Duff,do. for County 
and of Hornings & Inhibitions 
Robert Dick, Hospital Master 
John Robertson, agent for the 
Aberdeen Banking Company 
Alexander Brander, do. for the 
Britiffi Linen Company 
John Lawson, jun. agent for the 
Com. Banking Co. of Scotland 


AGENTS for INSURANCE OFFICES. 

Sun Fire Office, Ifaac Forfyth j Insurance Company of Scotland, 
Phoenix Fire-Office, Alex Innes; Patrick Cameron 
Britiffi Fire-Office,cVWeftminfter Hercules Insur. and Abeideen 
Life & Annuity, P Nicholfon Fire & Life Assurance Co.- 
North Britiffi, James Thomson Alexander Sellar 
Caledonian Insurance Company, Scottish Union Fire & Life In- 


William Gauldie 
Norwich Union, John Barclay 
AllianceFire&Life, J. Robertson 


surance Co., and Edinburgh 
Life Assurance Company— 
Alexander Brander 


ELGIN & MORAYSHIRE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 
Sir Arch. Dunbar of Northfield, Bart. President. 

Robert Bain and Patrick Duff, Vice-Pres. 

Colonel Ray I Alex Fortealh I James Brander") Council l or3 

Arthur Duff | Wm Robertson | David Christie J 
A. Grigor, R» Forbes, Sees. A. Grigor, Treas. G. Forbes, CM 











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James Conll, m.d. 
James Stephen, m.d. 
John Paul, m.d. 


MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS, &c. 


Surgeons 
George Brandei 
John Duncan 


Druggist 
William G. Hull 


ELGIN & MORAYSHIRE BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rt Hon. the Earl of Moray, Patron. 

Lewis Dunbar Brodie of Burgie and Lethen, President. 
Vice-Presidents. 

Sir GAbercromby of Birkenbog< Pat Duff, town clerk, Elgin 
Sir Arch Dunbar of Northfield ;Isaac Forfyth, bookseller, Elgin 
John Brander of Pitgaveny Col. Alex Hay of Westertown 
Major C. L. Cumming Bruce of Rev. Duncan Grant, Alves 
Roseisle and Kinnaird Rev. James Gillan, Speymouth. 

Peter Brown of Dunkinty Rev. Richard Rose, Drainey 
Rev. Robert Crawford, Elgin Rev. James Paterson, Birnie 
Rev. Simon Somerville, Elgin Rev. John Gordon, NewDufTus 
William Gauldie, Treasurer. 

Rev. Niel M‘Niel and John Russel, Secs.—J M‘Kimmie, Clerk 


AUXILIARY MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 
Rev. Duncan Grant, President. 
Directors , 


Rev. David Anderson, Boghole 

— Robert Crawford, Elgin 

— George M‘Kay, Rafford 

— John Martin, Forres 

A. Falconer, Treas. Rev. N. 


Rev. John Munro, Knockando 

— Wm M‘William, Elgin 

— Simon Somerville, do. 

— Thomas Stark, Forres 
M'Niel, Sec. R. Johnston, CO¬ 


EDUCATION SOCIETY, for ORPHANS, &c. 


Life Directors , 

Rev. William Gordon, Elgin 
Rev. Alexander Walker, do. 
The Provost of Elgin 
Wm Christie, Esq. Ballimore 


The President of the Morayshire 
Club in London 

Honorary Members . 

Mrs C. Spence, Edinburgh 
Mrs James Downie, Aberdeen 


Ladies and Gentlemen , Committee of Management. 


Mrs Gauldie 
Mrs Middleton 
Mrs Walker 
Mrs Smith 
MrsLawson,jun 


Miss I. Brodie 
Miss M. Gordon 
Miss M. A. DulF 
Miss Gauldie 
Miss Smith 


Miss Chalmers jCapt Chalmers 


Colonel Hay 
Major DulF 
John Jack 
Robert Bain 


Patrick DulF 

Treasurer , 
Isaac Forsyth 


Rev. Niel M'Niel, Sec.—Mr & Mrs Leal, Teachers. 

















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GRAY’s hospital. 

Dr Alexander Gray, of India, (a native of Elgin) by will, be- 
queathed 20,00c/. sterling, for the purpofe of eretting and endow¬ 
ing an Hospital at Elgin, for “ the Sick of the Pool of the Town 
and County of Elgin.” Trustees—Sir Arch. Dunbar of North- ;| 
field, Bart.; the Member in Parliament for the County the , 
Sheriff of the County, and the two Clergymen of the Eftablished , 
Church of Elgin, for the time being. 

Tames Coull, esq; and James Stephen, esq; Physicians. 

Patrick Duff, Tref. and Clerk . 


fohn Johnston 
James Petrie 
Alex Bvown 
Arthur Duff 
George Brander 
John Robertson 


ELGIN SAVINGS BANK. 
Isaac Forsyth, Esq. President. 
Directors . 

Capt Chalmers Alex Johnston 


Wui Gill iFrancis Taylor 

John Russell Rev. W. Gordon 

Robert Bain Rev. A. Walker 

Gen. W Stewart Wm Gauldie 

) KODercson Wm Young Sir A. Dunbar j.. — 

John Johnston and Robert Sim, Auditors of Accounts 
Rev. P. Merson, Rev. Wm Duguid, A. Bransby, Treasurers. 


PeterNicholson 
Geo Robertson 
Alex Brander 
Jn Lawson, jun. 
Robert Sim 
James Young 


Literary Association. 

Rev. Peter Merson, Secretary, Treasurer, and Librarian. 


Speculative Society. 

Francis Taylor, jun., Preses I G. C. Smith, Secretaiy 
A. Duncan, Treasurer | James Cumming, Librarian 


MORAYSHIRE COURSING CLUB. 
Marquis of Huntly, perpetual Preses. 

Colonel A. Grant, and Lt.-Col. James Brander, Stewards. 


FIARS—Crop 1825. 

Old Measures. , New Imperial Measures . 

L.l 10 o Wheat,per Imp.qr. L.2 17 

I 16 

1 3 

2 1 

2 1 

o 15 


Wheat, pet boll 
Barley - 18 

Oats - I a 

Oatmeal, 9 st. - I 2 

Do. 8 st. - o 19 

Pease, Beans, & Rye 1 2 


o j Barley 


Oats 
Pease and Beans 
Rye 

Meal, per cwt. - 


o 

H 

o 

9 

9 

7 






















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COURT OF LIEUTENANCY. 

Ea.l of Moray, Lord Lieutenant and High Sheriff of the County 

Deputy Lieutenantsr 


1st Subdivision. 

Richard Wharton Dud of Orton 
James Coull of Alhgrove 
J?eter Brown of Dunkinty 
Major George Duff of Milton 
Robert Bain, clerk 
2 d Subdivision. 

Richard Wharton Duff of Orton 
Charles Grant of Weller Elchie* 
Feter Brown of Dunkinty 
Arthur Duff, clerk 
3d Subdivision . 

Sir A. Dunbar of Northfield 
Sir WGG Camming, Bart. 
Maj CLC Bruce of Roseisle,&c 
Lewis D Brodie of Bnrgie, &c. 
William Young of Maryhill 
Patrick Duff, clerk 
4 ih Subdivision. 

Sir W.G. G. Cumming, &c. 


L. D. Brodie of Burgle, &c. 

Sir T.D. Lauder, Bart. 

Norman M'Leod of Dalvey 
Wm Brodie of Brodie 
Francis Smyth of W aterford 
Wm F Tytler of Burdsyaids 
Charles Black, clerk 
5th Subdivision. 

Sir A Dunbar of Northfield, Bt. 
Major George Duff of Milton 
James Coull of Ashgrove 
Geo Fenton, fheriff fub. of Elgin 
Peter Biown of Dunkinty 
Col. Alex Hay of Westertown 
James Cumming, clerk 

6tk Subdivision. 

Hon. Col. Fr Wm Grant, M.P. 

Alex Grant of Tullochgriban 

Wm M‘Donald, clerk 


Vjr. . 

Patrick Duff, General Clerk oj Lieutenancy 

FREEHOLDERS OF MORAYSHIRE. 

Lt gen. A Duffof Leuchars 

Gen. Sir James Duff of Kmrtmr Hn.Lt gen. ^ 

Rev. Wm Leflie of ."fhfield f of the Inverness-shire Militia 

Sir Arch Dunbar of No.thheld | of the n Ba , nain 

L D Brodie of Burg.e & Lethen WT Ty ? ^ Qf Ba|giUo 
Stewart Souter o e '° c L C Bruce of Roseisle, &c. 

Rt. hon. James Earl of Flf ® , Fras Taylor of Monaughty 

H °f r C °’; M P m mrickSeliar of Westfield^ 

of Grant, M.P. . wi iR am Stewart of Inverugie 

H'Sirii"' 'SSS 5, 












T 


Jas M. Grant of Glenmorriston 
William Brodie of Brodie 
J M Grant, yr.ofBallindalloch,&c 


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William Forbes of Scotstonhili 
Jas Stewart of Lesmurdie, & c . 
Robt Grant, barrister, London 


A. Duff, ClerK—[Head Court, 1st Friday Oct. annually.] 


JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, 

Who have qualified under ike Commission dated 4 th Aug. 


Sir A Dunbar of Northfield 
John Innes, Sheriffmili 
Dr James Couli of Ashgrove 
Alex Reid, Easter Elchies 
Wm Young of Maryhill 
Alex Forteath of Newton 
Wm Robertfonof Auchenroth 
James Miln, Elgin 
ALongmore, jn. ofDeanshaugh 
Isaac Forsyth, Elgin 
Wm Innes, St Andrews 
Col. Robert Ray, Bishopmill 
John Leslie, Gariuouth 
J Robertson, yr. of Auchenroth 
Alex Sutherland, Rose Valley 
John Lawfon, jn. banker, Elgin 
Thomas Grant, Gladhill 
Wm Gauldie, merchant, Elgin 
L D Brodie of Burgie & Lethen 
Alex Tulloh, Earnhill 
Alex Grant, Thornhill 
Thomas Davidson, Findhorn 
Alex Johnston, Newmill 
Alex Grant, Garmouth 
Wm Gill, Bilbohall 
John Barclay, Caldcotts 
John Grant, surgeon, Forres 
John Skirving, Forres 
Rev. Wm Leslie, St Andrew’s 
Sit WG G Cumming, Bart. 
Charles Gordon, Grieshop 

Patrick Duff, Clerk. 


1821 . 


John Lawson, Oldmills 
Peter Brown of Dunkinty 
Rev. John Anderson, Fochabers 
Maj-gen. W Stewart, Westpark 
W Forsyth, Dell of Abernethy 
John M‘Innes, Dandaleith 
Captain John Grant, Congash 
Captain John Grant, Birchfield 
Capt Gregory Grant, Burnside 
Capt J Macdonald, Coulnakyle 
James Houston, Kirktown 
Capt P Cruickshanks, Grantown 
Capt A Duff, r.n. Bishopmill 
Richard Wharton DufFof Orton 
Capt P Cruickshank,Delrachney 
Right Hon. the Earl of Fife 
Major A F Taylor, Rothiemay 
Colonel A Hay of Westertown 
John Menzies, Fochabers 
Major Chas L Cumming Bruce 
of Roseisle and Kinnaird 
Robert Grant of Kincorth 
I he Sheritf-Depnte and Sherilf- 
Substitute of Elginshire 
The Provost, Dean of Guild,and 
Eldest Baillie of Elgin 
The Provost, Eldest Baillie, and 
Dean of Guild of Forres, for 
the time being 
John Fraser, Cullen House 
James Shearer of Bnchromb 
Robert Bain, Fiscal. 


MORAYSHIRE FARMER CLUB 
His Grace the Duke of Gordon |Most Noble the M. of Huntly 



















Rt.Hon. the Earl of Moray 
Rt. Hon. the Earl of Fife 
SirG Abercromby, Bt.ofForglen 
Hon. Col. Grant of Grant, m.p. 

Hon. John Stuart of Darnaway 
Major George Duff of Milton 
D M‘D Grant of Arndilly 
Charles Grant of Elchies 
GM Grantof BallindalIoch,M.p. 

L D Brodie of Burgie & Lethen 
Rev. W Leslie of Balnageith 
William M‘Intosh of Milibank 
Sir Charles Leslie of Wardes 
John Menzies, Gordon Cafiie 
Alexander Ruflell, Bogs 
James Mellis, Spynie 
John Brander, Cloves 
William Innes, St Andrews 
James Macfarlane, Boghead 
William Anderson, Drumbain 
Peter Brown of Dunkinty 
John Barclay, Caldcotts 
Alexander Tulloh, Earnhill 
Alexander Gordon, Gerbity 
William Stewart, Westerfolds 
John Cameron, Orton 
Alex Brown, writer in Elgin 
Alex Young, brewer in Elgin 
Patrick Duff, writer in Elgin 
John Lawson, jn. banker, Elgin 
Lt. James Geddes, Meft 
Lt. John Gray, Viewfield 
Alex Reid, Easter Elchies 
John Grant, surgeon, Forres 
John Skirving, Forres 
James Mitchell, Burnside 
Aichibald Keir, Ardivot 
James Keir, Coltfield 
Thomas M‘Lauchlan, Elgin 
George M‘Wiliiam, Sheriflfston 
John Forsyth, writer, Forres 

Alexander Secretary . 


295 

William Grant, Kilnflat 
John Stephen, Covesea 
Alexander Grant, Thornhill 
Lt. Arthur Gray, Pittensair 
Lieut James Hay, Garmouth 
A Henderson, landsurv. Forres 
George Taylor, Ardgay 
George Menzies, Burnside 
Pat Cameron, writer, Elgin 
Col. Alex Grant of Findrassie 
Arthur Duff, Elgin 
James Stewart of Newmill 
John Gatherer, Oakenhead 
Isaac Forsyth, Elgin 

jH onorary Members. 

The Marquis ofTweeddale 
T W Coke, Norfolk, m.p. 

Right Hon. Sir John Sinclair 
John Innes, mert. London, m.p. 
Dr Coventry, Professor of Agri- 
cultuie, Edinburgh 
James Chalmers, London 
Wm FraserTytler of Balnain 
Alexander Shand, Conland 
John Milne, Mill of Boyndie 
Andrew Jamieson, Cuflinie 
John Taylor, Mains of Gight 
George Leslie, Badenseoth 
Alex Craig, Cully, Wigtonshire 
John Stronach, Knock 
James Allardyce, Cobairdy 
Andrew M‘Pherson of Gibston 
James Hay of Monkshill 
Fox Maule, yor of Panmure 
James Bell, mert. Leith 
Major F M‘Kenzie of Foddeity 
Alex Craig, Kirktown 
WmSim, Drummond House 
James Morrison of Balhagarty 
Arch Dudgecnof Ardboll 
Chas Chalmers, adv. Aberdeen 














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DISTRICT CLERKS and COLLECTORS, 
Under the Commutation Act . t 

Eastern, or Urquhart District- Duffus District- John Riach 
Tames Cooper 

Elgin District—Ro. Bain, clerk 
William Grant, collector; 


LJUITUS wish - 

West, or Forres Dist.—C. Black 
Upper, Rothes Dist.—Ja. Dean 
Strathspey Dist.—Wm Duffus 


Uessengers-at-Arms-Georgc Knight and John Gilzean 
Sheriff and Commissary Officers, and Justice of Peace Constables. 
Geonre KniohtlA Simpson If Anderson Wm Allan Peter Grant 
fohn Gibean [jas Mdne [James Scot^Al Young jPonM Donald 

- “ CULLEN7~ 

The Hon. F. W.' Grant, M.P. Provost. 

John Fraser, Alex. Wilson, and1 Thomas Rannie,Efq£ Bag** 
Thos Duncan, Dean of Gudd. Wm Anderson, Ireasur r. 

George Grant, Town Clerk ___ 

portsot. 

Alexander Rainy, Esq. Baron-Baillie 


John Taylor, shoremaster 

Chapelof Ease—D Cruickshank 
Grammar School-Rev. C. Grant 
Second Grammar School—John 

Anton 


Cj bU • jLiaiwu 

Society’s Do.—John M'Farlane 
George Grant and James Anton, 
notaries public 

Wm Mitchell, Jas Mavor, John 
Latgue, Hec Go;v, constables 


B ANFFSHIRE LIST S . 

Population of Banffshire— 1821. 

Males. Female,. Total, 11 Increase since! AT. F. 
19,787 22,915 42,702 |1 1811.5 o.o22 2,7 U 

Population of the To wn & Parish of Banff, 1 ,694 2,161 


Total 

6,034 

3,855 


BANFF 

George Robinson, E*q. Provost. 

William Robertson, Esq. 1 John Watt, Esq. 7 Baillics . 
Tame* M‘Killigin, Esq. | Alexander Lillie, Esq. J 
Thos. Wright, Esq- Dean of Guild.—Wm. Robinson, Esq. Treas. 

Merchant Counsellors, (along with the above sevenJ 
G.G. Robinsonljo. Cruickshank)James Simpson [Garden Mi ne 
Hugh Cross | James Imlach |j. H. Robinson|james Watt 
Trades Counsellors , 

Wm Allan, Deacon Convener. James Gray, his Assessor. 




























297 

Geo. R. Forbes, Town Clerk. L. Robertson, Chamberlain and 
Collector of Cess. John Smith, Procurator Fiscal. 


Trades. 

Hammermen 

Shoemakers 

Coopers 

Wrights 

Tailors 

Weavers 


INCORPORATIONS. 


Deacons. 
James Gray- 
William Allan 
Wm Hossack 
Alex M‘Culloch 
James Johnfton 
John Leslie 


Boxmafters. 
Alexander Allan 
George Shand 
Alexander Hossack 
William Laing 
James Joiner 
William Nicol 


CLERGY. 

Established Church—F.W. Grant. Minister of theTown& Parish 
St Andrew’s Chapel—A. Brucellndependent Church—J. Gibb 
Roman Catholic do.—J. Forbes |Un. Associate Cong.--J. Paterson 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy —Mr John Cruicklhank, Reftor, teacher of Latin and 
Greek Languages. Writing, Mathematics, Book-keeping, &c. 
James Smith. English and Elocution—Alexander Smith. 
French, Italian, and Spanish Languages—Rev. John Forbes 
Young Ladies' Boarding Schools —Misses Gordon, Mrs Joyce, Mrs 
Roy, Misses Dunbar , 

Teacher of Music, French, tfc.for Toung Ladies —Miss Ruddach 
Charity School for Poor Boys, endowed by the late Alex Piric 
Alex. Reid, teacher and superintendant. 

Charity School for Young Girls, under the direction of the Ladies 
Society—Miss Cooper 
Teacher of Dancing —Mr MJntosh. 


SHERIFF COURT. 

James Urquhart, Efq; of Meldrum, Shcriff-depute. 
John Pringle, sheriff-fobffitute IJames Harper, depute 
Patrick Rofe, Iheriff-clerk l *~ 1 ' v -- 


|Arch Young, procurator-fifcal 


Society Of Practising Solicitors 
Archibald Young, Preses 

George R. Forbes, Secretary. James Harper, JTreas 


IJames Chriftie L Robertson 
Alex Cowie 


Arch Young tJ 
T A Jamefon I John Gatherer 
Peter Cameron IGeo Dawson 
James Horn jlohn Smith 


G. Cruickshank 
|G. R. Forbes 
|R. Green 


George Grant 
James Gatherer James Anton 













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Winter Session begins lath Nov and ends 4 th April. 

Summer Session begins lath May, ends about 12 th July. 

W Symon, D Shier, G Raeburn, mess.-atarms & sheriff-officers; 

Sheriff Courts held every Saturday during session, and 
monthly during vacation, under Act 6 . G. IV. cap. 24 . 


COMMISSARY COURT. 

James Urquhart, Commissary | John Pringle, Com.-Depute. 
Society of Solicitors of the Sheriff Court act in the Commissary 
Court. James Harper, Clerk. 


GUILDRY COURT. 

Thomas Wright, dean of guild | George R. Forbes, clerk 
James Brown, treafurer jJohn Smith, procurator-fifeal 

George Gray, officer, and keeper of the town’s weights and 1 

measures. - 

SMALL DEBT COURT. 

The Acting Justices of the Peace, Judges . 

Patrick Rose, principal clerk—James Harper, depute clerk 
Officers—The SheriffOfficers in the town and county 
This Court, in Banff, held on the first Monday of every month, 
at 11 forenoon, in the office of the Clerk of the Peace. 


In Banff , 
Arch Young 
Peter Cameron 
Alex Tillary 
James Brands 
James Christie 


Banff 

David Shier 
Wm Symon 
Geo Raeburn 
James Johnston 
James Dawson 
Colin Grant 
Wm Macronald 
James Brown 
Thomas Craig 


NOTARIES PUBLIC. 


William Reid 

Geo. R. Forbes 

John Smith 

Macduff^ 

James Harper 

James Horne 

T A Jamieson 

Portsoy , 

George Dawson 

George Grant 

George Forbes 

James Anton 

SHERIFF 

OFFICERS. 

Cullen , 

Joseph Johnfton 

John Ogilvie 

Abcrlour y 

John Geddes 

Lewis Cuming 

Buckie , 

Cabrach , 

Wm Duncan 

James Smith 

Portsoy , 

Wm Taylor 

James Taylor 

Fochabers , 

Marnoch , 

W Sievwright 

George Gall 

Glenlivat) 

Wm Mai tin 

Alex Stewart 


Keith , 

James Roy 
John Gatherer 
James Gatherer 3 
Robert Green 


Peter Fraser 
John Stewart 
G Henderson 
William Hay 
Tho Middleton 
James Grant 
Allan Stewart 
Lewis Shaw 
William Horn 




















Huntly , 
Alex Gordon 
Walter Wilfon 
Geo Donald 
Wm Taylor 
John Wilfon 


Keith , 

Wm George 
John Findlay 
Wm Bennet 
James Wilson 
James Taylor 


299 

J Mortlach y 
Alex Malcolm 
P Macrobert 
Alex Mavor 
John Mitchell 
John Duff 


Pit sligo, 
John Philip 
Rothes, 

John Macadam 
Tamintouly 
Wm Grant 
James Grant 


CUSTOMS. 

lames Nicol, Efq. colle&or IWm T Jeffreys, collector’s clerk 
J. H. M‘Lean, comptroller j and landwaiter 


EXCISE. 

j Arch. MTntyre, fupervifor |Jas. Allan (Banff Hotel) keeper 
Jas Ferguson, A. Home, officers! of excife office. 


POST OFFICE. 

The Majl passes through Banff at 5 o’clock, fi.m .—and again 
touthward from Inverness at 8 o’clock, a.m. A Runner from 
Peterhead, by Fraserburgh, arrives every Monday, Wednesday, 
md Saturday, in the forenoon, and departs the same days. 


PUBLIC OFFICES. 


Sir Geo. Abercromby, convener 
Arch. YoHng and G. A. Young, 
collc&ors of cefs, and assessed 
8 taxes, for the county 
Arch. Young, general clerk of 
lieutenancy, and to the trus¬ 
tees for making turnpike and 
commutation roads 
Patrick Rofe, fheriff clerk, clerk 
of the peace, keeper of the 
regifferof fafines—J. Harper, 
depute 

'Arch Young & J. Harper, joint 
clerks of fupply 


J. A. Cameron, distrib.of damps 
L Robertson, town chamberlain, 
and collector of cess and taxes 
for the town 

Jo. Gatherer, furveyor of taxes, 
iftdist—Alex Cowie, ad do. 
Alex M‘Kay, Ihore-dues collect. 
J.Meldrum, collect, of'petty-cuff. 
John Frafer, poftmaffer 
David Shier, Wm. Symon, and 
G. Raeburn, mefTen-at-arms 
David Shier, Wm Symon, and 
George Raeburn, auctioneers 
and conftables 


HARBOUR TRUST. 

Committee for conducting Improvements on the Harbour , 
The Provoff, and whole Members of the J own Council 
The Deacon of the Six Incorporated Trades 



















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Jas M‘Killigen 


GeoM‘Killigen 
Vm Robertfon 


Petev Cameron 


John Whyte 
James Wcbller 


Stewart Souter 'John Wilfon 
Geo Alexander Hugh Crofs 
Geo Lemmon jGeorge Imlach 


Baillie Cruickshank, treas.—John Smith, writer, sec. 
James Ord, birthmaster at harbour. 


Thos Wilson, agent for Lloyd’s Coffee House, for Port of Banff 


DISTRICT CLERKS. 


Of Lieut ertancy. 

I, Banff—George Dawson 
Marnoch—John Webster 

3 . Cullen—George Wright 

4 . Keith—John Low 

5 . Aberlour—John Grant 


Commutation Act, 
r Banff—Arch Young 
Z. Matnoch—John Webster 

3 . Cullen—George Grant 

4 . Keith—John Low 

5 . Aberlour—George Gilzean 


MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS. 

James Smith, m.d. | John Whyte Apothecary , 

Jas Williamson, m.d. Joseph Whyte Peter Robb 
Garden Milne, m. d. | William Watson 


BANK, FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Bank of Aberdeen—James and Caledonian—Lewis Robertfon 


George Imlach 
Com. Bankof Scotland—H Crofs 
National Bank of Scotland— 
George G. Robinson 
Atlas Fire Office—G. Dawson 


North British—James Chalmers 
Insur. Co. of Scotland—H. Cross 
Beacon Fire Ins—G Cruickshank 
Aberdeen Fire & Life Assurance. 
Company—George R. Forbes 


BANFF & LONDON SHIPPING COMPANY. 

James Chalmers, Chairman. John Smith, D/i. Chairman . 
Committee of Management. 

Wm Strachanl Walter Biggar I George Pringle IJ. A. Cameron 
Alex Lillie JWm Bartlett |Jamcs D M‘Kay| 

London Smaclcs, 

Banffshire —A Watson - 85 1 Union —D Smith - - • 80 

London —J Morrison - - 85 ) Hoare, what finger, London 

Alexander M‘Kay, Manager 

These Smacks sail regularly and direct to and from London, 
and have excellent accommodation for passengers. 

Leith Traders , 

Jean —John Milne | Epxert -Spence 

















sol 

PARISH SAVING BANK. 

Rt. Hon. Earl of Fife, President .—Provost Robinson, Vice-Pres* 
Acting Directors, Managers, and Treasurers , 

William Bartlet, George Cruickshank, and James Simpson 
Attendance is given every Friday evening, from 6 to 7 o’clock, 
in the Church Vestry, and any sum under 20/. is received. De¬ 
posits from the adjoining parishes of Garnery, King Edward, Alva, 
and Boyndie, are also received. 


ESTABLISHMENT for the SUPPRESSION of BEGGING. 
Committee of Management, 

I The Minister of the town and Rev. Alexander Bruce 
parish —President Rev. John Forbes 

The Heritors in the parish, and Rev. Joseph Gibb 
their Faftors or Agents Two l'enior Elders, Seff.-Clcrk 
Provost and Magistratesof Banff andTreas. of the parishchurch 
The Medical Gentlemen prac- Three Gentlemen chosen quar¬ 
terly from each of the 5 distr. 


tising in the town 
Convener of the Trades, and 
Deacon of each Incorporation 
President and Masters of Mason 
Lodges,-and Gardener, Sailor 
and Friendly Societies 


in the town, and three from 
the 6th, or country district of 
the parish 

G Cruickshank, treas of the fund 
Geo Sutherland, police-officer 


A Public Kitchen , for the distribution of Soup and Bread, (when 
circumstances require it ) is connected with this Establishment, 
and under the direction of a Committee of Gentlemen, two of 
whom attend at the distribution three days in each week. 

Robert Smith, clerk— , superintendant. 

BEQUEST of the late Alex. Cassy, Esq. of Banff, 

For the support of Aged and indigent Persons, and of helpless 
Orphans and deserted Children, born in Banff. 

The Provost, Magistrates, and Council—Trustees 
George Cruickshank, writer, Secretary & Treasurer 

WILSON’S BOUNTY, 

For Aged and Invalid Tradesmen, and their unmarried Daughters 
Trustees: 

The Minister of Banff,The Dean of Guild Milne Cowie 
Sheriff-Sub. of Banffs.'Convener of Trades Archibald Young 
The Provost of Banff John Cruickshank George Imlach 
The Eldest Baillic 1 Alexander Mackay Jas & Geo Lumsden 

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LITERARY SOCIETY. 

Rt. Hon. the Earl of Fife, Patron and Honorary President. 
Lewis Robertson, ordinary pres. I J. Milne, treasurer 
William Bartlet, secretary | J. Dirom, librarian 

Committee of Management , 

Messrs. Dirom, Dawson, and Young 
Meets quarterly, for the purpose of debating, delivering essays, &c. 
and annually in Oct. for the election of office-bearers, &c. 

ARCHERY & GOLF CLUB. 

Right Hon. the Earl of Fife, Honorary Captain 
W. Bartlet, Captain | G.R. Forbes, Sec. | J. Rose, Treas. 

W. T. Jeffreys, A. Mackay, Jas Harper, J. A.Young, Counsellors 

LIEUTENANCY. 

Rt Hon. James Earl of Fife, Lord Lieutenant & M.P. 
Deputy Lieutenants. 

Sir George Abercromby of Bir-Major A F Taylor, Rothiemay 


kenbog and Forglen 
Stewart Souter of Melrofe 
D M‘Dowal Grant of Arndilly 
Adam Gordon of Cairn field 
John Duff of Drummuir 
George Robinfon of Cairngall 
The Provoft of Banff 
Sir Jas Gordon of Letterfourie 
Lieut-col. GG Robinfon 
Lt-gen. Hon. Alexander Duff 


John Morison of Auchintoul 
G M Grant of Ballendalloch 
Rob. Abercromby of Birkenbog 
Pat Stewart of Auchluncart 
Richard Wharton Duff of Orton 
Sir John Innesof Balveny,&c. 
H G Leslie of Denlugas 
William Duff of Mayen 
Theodore Morion of Bognie 
John Gordon of Cluny 


Thomas Gordon of Park 

Archibald Young, general clerk of lieutenancy. 


FREEHOLDERS. 


Gen. Sir James Duff of Kinftair 
Sir G Abercromby of Birkenbog 
Lieut. J Fyfe, late of Edinglaffie 
Charles Gordon of Wardhouse 
Major John Gordon, 9 ad Regt. 
Sir John Innesof Balveny, &c. 
Rt. Hon. Sir William Grant of 
Beldornie 

John Duff of Drummuir 
Right hon. Earl of Fife 


Stewart Souter of Melrofe 
Rear-Admiral John Maitland of 
Bald avid 

John Morifon of Auchintoul 
Theodore Morrifon of Bognie 
John Gordon of Cluny 
Chas Grant of Wefter Elchies 
G Macp. Grant of Ballendalloch 
Rob. Abercromby of Birkenbog 
Colonel the Hon. F. W. Grant 












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Thomas Gotdon of Park 
Lieut.-gen. Hon. Alex. Duff of 
Knockorth and Corskie 
David Souter of Gauldwell and 
Newton, as liferenter; and 
Wm Robinson as fiar thereof 
— the fiar to vote in absence 
of the liferenter only 
Patrick Stewart of Auchluncart 
Geo G Robinfon of Towiebeg 
H G Leslie of Denlugas 
William Duff of Mayen 
1 James Morrifon of Bourdeaux 
Capt Arch Duff of Towies, r.n. 


Wm M‘Dowall Grant of Edin- 
villie and Aikenway 
Alex Morison, yor. of Auchin- 
toul and Euchrie 
H L Lumsden of Auchindoir 
George Ferguson of Pitfour 
James Gordon of Achanassie 
J M Grant, yr. of Ballendalloeh 
Andrew Jopp of Elmhill 
Robert Wm Duff of Glassaugh 
and Fetteresso 
John Ramsay of Barra 
Rev. J. M'Donald of Kinnairdy 


ACTING JUSTICES of the PEACE, 
Who have qualified under the New Commission, 


Geo Robinson of Ardendraught 
William Robinson, Banff 
James Hay of Monkshill 
Thomas Rannie, Cullen 
Hugh Cross, Eanker in Banff 
George Imlach, Banker in Banff 
Aichibald Young, writer, Banff 
Robert Marquis of Birkenbog 
George Alexander, mert. Banff 
Sir John Innes of Balveny and 
Edingight, Bart. 

John Gaiherer, writer in Keith 
John Forsyth, merchant there 
Thos Johnston, jun. mert. there 
James Stephen, residing there 
Alexander Cowie, writer there 
Patrick Stewart of Auchluncart 
John Taylor, Banker in Keith 
John Stronach, at Muiryfold 
Robert Gordon, at Cruichlie 
Wm Grant, at Auchorachan 
John MMnnes, at Dandaleith 
Chas Grant, at Tombreaekachie 
Chas M‘Gregor, at Delavorar 
William Mitchell, at Drumin 
John Grant of Carron 


W, M‘D,Grant, yor, of Arndilly 
John Taylor, merchant, Portsoy 
Sir G Abercromby of Birkenbog 
[ohn Fraser, at Cullen House 
John Menzies, Gordon Castle 
Rev. John Anderson, Fochabers 
James Thomson of Tullich 
Alex Wilson, Cullen House 
Alexander Duncan, Cullen 
Col. Hon. F W Grant of Grant 
Henry Dunn, at Cullen House 
Majo L Stewart of Pitty vaich 
Sir Jas Gordon of Letterfourie 
Peter Cameron, writer, Banff 
Rob. Abercromby of Biikenbog 
James Duff Mackay, Banff 
Thomas Gordon of Park 
George G Robinson of Towiebeg 
Captain Norwich Duff, r.n. 
William Duff of Mayen 
George Wilson, at Duff-house 
Lieut. Wm Stronach, at Marnoch 
Major James MTCilligin, Banff 
George M‘Killigin, there 
Wm Robertson, mert. there 
Akx Brown, factor for Cluny 










504 


James Mitchell, at Pitfour 
Sir Robert Barclay, k.c.b. 

Thomas Russel, Banff 
William Mai shall, at Keithmore 
James Chalmers, mert. Banff 
H G Leslie of Denlugas 
John Stewart, at Torbain 
Sheriff-Depute and Substitute of 
the county of Banff, for the 
time being 

P. Rose, Clerk of the Peace. 


Do. do, Aberdeen 
Do. do. Elgin & Forres 
Do. do, Inverness 
Provost andBaillies of theburgh 
of Banff. (Brewers excepted) 
Provost and Dean of Guild of 
Cullen, (Brewers excepted) 
Provost andBaillies of the burgh 
of Macduff, (Brewers excepted) 


J. Harper, Depute. 


SOCIETIES. 

P. Leith, steward J Gillan, dep-master 

— .Jn Tough, sen ward 

St Andrew's Conclave G Miller, jr warden 
A Lillie, commander Wm Hossack, treas 
L Robertson, depute !Jas Simpson, sec. 

J Allan, sen. captain !Jos Gray, sen.deacon 


St. Andrews Lodge 
of Masons. 

I,.Robertson, rw. mr 
J Fraser, dep-master 
Jos Whyte, past-mr 
Al Lillie, sen.warden 
Jas Allan, jun. do J Whyte, jun. do. 

A Mackay, treasurer J Frazer, central do. 
James Watson, sec. Jas Rose, treasurer 
Rev. J Cruickshank, 
chaplain 

James Milne, James Jas Milne, jun. do. 


Al M'Ewen, jun. do. 
Gar Mill, Geo Watt 
stewards 

P Leith, sn. standard J M‘Ewen, chaplain 
Robt Smith, clerk 
Alex Moif, tyler 


hearer 


Bannerman, stewards 
G Smith, sen. deacon 
Jn Wallace, jun. do, 
P Robertson, tyler 

St Andrew's R.A. 
Chapter. 

Alex Lillie, pr. Z. 

J Allan, principal H. 
Jos Whyte, prin. I. 
James Rofe, treas. 


Alex Mackay, see. 
Thomas Richardson, 
senior expert 
Geo Smith, jun. do. 

G R Forbes, captain 
of the Black 
A Harper, do. Red 
J Watson, do. Blue 
Geo Cruickshank, do. 

of outposts 
C Whyte & W Scott. 
Al MTvay, scribe E. | stewards 
Jas Watson, scribe N. P Robertson, protect. 
Thos Richardson, Jas — 

Milne, & Jn Frazer, St Johns Operative 
sojourners I Loige. 

Geo Smith, steward | Ad Mason, r.w. mr. 


Solomon's Lodge of 
Free Gardeners 

Wm Alfon, master 
A Blaik, dep master 
J Mitchell, treasurer 
Alex Colvel, sec. 

Jas Paul & W Ferrier, 
stewards 

Grey stone Friendly 
Society. 

Al Mitchell, preses 
A M‘Culloch f v-pres 
John Nicol, treas 
Wm Clayton, sec 
Robt Smith, clerk 










Blacksmith Friendly 
Society. 

John Pyper, preses 
James Frazer, vice-pr 
Geo Howat, treas 


505 

Robt Smith, clerk 

Ploughman Friendly 
Society. 

J Sutherland, preses 




Jas Smith, v-preaes 
James Blaik, treas 
Alex Wilson, sec 
Robt Smith, clerk 
P Robertson, officer 


INNS, TAVERNS, &c. 

Banff Hotel $ Royal MailCoach\ Meldrum. (Hack Horses to 


Office —James Allan. (Post 
Chaises and Gigs for hire.) 
Royal Oak Tavern, Bridge-st.— 
Chas Whyte. (Post Chaises 
and Gigs for hire.) 

Masons ’ Arms Do. (St Andrew’s 
Lodge)—James Bannerman 
Star Do. Market Place—James 


hire.) 

Plough fcf Ship Do. Boyndie-st. 
John Aitken. (Hack Horses 
to hire ) 

Red Lion Do. High st. —Mrs 
Gordon. 

Bay-HorseDo. Old-st.-GGellan 
Do. do. Backpath—W Glennie 


FIARS—Crop 1825. 


Wheat, per boll L 1 

8 Oi 

Best Bear, with fodder 

1 

10 0 

Potatoe Oats, with fod. 1 

8 6 

Do. without do. 

i 

4 6 

Do. without do. 0 

18 6 

2d Bear, with fodder 

1 

6 6 

Common Oats with fod. 1 

6 0 

Do. without do. 

1 

1 0 

Do. without do. 0 

16 0 

Oat Meal, 8ft. per boll 

0 

16 0 

Barley, with fodder I 

11 0 

Peafe and Beans 

0 

18 0 

Do. without do. 1 

J 6 

Rye 

0 

0 0 


FAIRS AND MARKETS. 

Candlemas Fair.1st Tuesday February, O.S. 

Brandon Fair—26th May NS. if a Tuesday ; if not, Tues. bef. 26. 

Lammas Feeing Mkt for harvest...Lammas day, O.S. 

Martinmas Feeing Market.Friday before 22d Nov. N. S. 

Christmas Fair (St John’s).St John’s Day 

MACDUFF. 

George Wilson, Efq. Provost. 

Alex. Alexander, and Alex. Carney, Esqrs. Baillies. 

James Shand 1 John Leask 1 James Nicol ") Counsel - 

(old counsellor) | Alex Paterson | James Pans J hrs. 

John Ross, dean of guild I James Horne, town-clerk 
William Peterkin, treafurer | John Mdntosh, proc.-nical 
D. Farquharson, shoremaster, and collector of shore-dues. 





















Buchan and Boyne 
Farmer Society 
Wm Dockar, preses 
Jas Mitchell, vice pr 
W Murray, treasurer 
RMathieson,steward James Wilson, preses 


506 

W Peterkin, treasurer 
D Farquharson, sec 
James Shand, clerk 

Sailors' Society. 


J Horne, sec. & clerk 

St James's Mason L. 
W Joass, rw master 
John Ross, rwdp-mr 


James Nicol, treas 
Alex Paterson, clerk 

Fishermens' Society. 
Alex Paterson, preses 


Tailor Fr. Society. 
Wm Duncan, preses 
Wm Joass, treasurer 
Robert Smith, clerk 

Macduff Fr. Society. 
D Farquharson, pres 
Wm Peterkin, treas 
James Shand, clerk 


E. of Fife's Lodge of 

J Piper, sen. warden Wm West, treas j Odd Fellows. 
WFindlater, jun. do. | D Farquharson elk 1 John Ross, master 
Fife Arms Inn and Tavern , Shore—James Collins. 


BANFFSHIRE FARMER CLUB. 


Most Noble Marquis of Huntly 
Hon. Col. F. W. Grant of Grant 
Sir J. Gordon of Letterfourie, bt 
Sir John Innes of Edingight, bt 
Rear-Adm. J. Oughton, Cullen 
Thomas Gordon of Park 
Adam Gordon of Cairnfield 
Rob. Abercromby of Birkenbog 
W. M‘D. Grant, yr. of Arndilly 
Hans G Leslie of Denlugas 
John Cumine,yr. of Auchry 
Major Taylor, Rothiemay 
John Fraser, Cullen House 
Robert Marquis, Birkenbog 
John Wilson, Brangan 
David Clark, Kilnhillock 
Thomas Sellar, Findlater 
David Clark, Hillend 
James Lawtie, Towie 
Thomas Duncan, Logie 
Alexander Rainy, Boyne 
John Wilson, Cullen 
John Duncan, Broom 
James Wright, Sandend 
Thomas Rannie, Cullen 
Alexander Wilson, Cullen 


Captain Griffiths, Banff 
Rev. Alex. Milne, Boyndie 
Rev. Alex. Humphray, Forayce 
Rob. Webster, Brankauentum 
John Black, Ley 
John Dawson, Redhyth 
John Longmore, Berryleys 
Alex. Simpson, Thriepland 
John Milne, Mill of Boyndie 
James Reid, Colleonard 
John Sheppard, Knowiemoor 
Andrew Longmore, Raittie 
John Taylor, Bruntown 
Alexander Marquis, Farskane 
Alexander Riddoch, Kirktown 
William Anderson, Cullen 
Peter Cameron, Banff 
James Black, Ardoch 
John Taylor, Portsoy 
Peter Findlater, Aberchirder 
Al. Smith, Mill of Auchintoul 
Wm Pittendrich, Pitfancy 
William Stronach, Knock 
Alexander Reid, Boghead 
John Stronach, Muiryfold 
Henry Dupont, Bo/town 










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John M‘Lean t Portsoy 
John Fyfe, Whytcoutie 
Alex. Milne, Mill of Boyndie 
Alex. Wilson, Brangan 
John Allardes, Boynsmill 
George Geddes, Haddoch 
Archibald Young, Banff 
G. Gellie, jr. Alton of Carnousu 
Theodore Allardes, Broomhill 
George Steinson, Cullen 
Alex. Irvine Ross, Portsoy 
James Taylor, Cullen 
George Grant, Portsoy 
William Smart, Aberchirder 
John Morrison, Whyntie 
Alexander Morrison, Whyntie 
Lewis Robertson, Gelliemill 
Col. G G Robinson, Banff 
James Anton, Portsoy 
Robert Wilson, Brangan 


507 


Thomas Peel, Carnousie House 
George R Forbes, Banff 
Alex Gordon, Tullochallum 
Alex Murray, Drochadley 
Ralf Compton Nisbet, Banff 
Wm Fordyce, Craigmills 
Wra Milne, Auchynanie 
Alex Smith, Biairmauds 
George Watt. Biairmauds 
James Simpson, Cullen 
Alexander Simpson, Cullen 
George Grant, Cullen 
George Smith, Pitgair 
James Sangster Pvlinnony 
Captain More, Baldavid 
James Smith, Claymires 
Alex W Gardener, Banff 
Rev. L W Forbes, Boharm 
J Morrison, Kirktown, Forglen 
Maj Peter Dunbar, Montcoffer 


Captain Charles Grant, Durn 

John Wilson, Secietciry. 

The Club meets at Cullen on the first Tuesdays of March, June, 
September, and December. 


FRASERBURGH, 


Right Hon. Lord Saltoun, Provost. 


i Lewis Chalmers, Efq; baillie 
Hi dean of guild 

Dr Wm Jamieson, treafurcr 
Jas Cruickshank and John M. 

Malcolm, joint town clerks 
Charles Wemyfs, John Wallace, 
r Lt. Geo Paton, Chas Simpson, 
ill ! John Massie, mert. counsellors 
Robt. Matthew, Jn Dalrymple, 
A Malcolm, trades councillors 
Jas Blackhall, and John Brown, 
sheriff officers 

A Lamb, J Brown, town’s do. | 


Wm Watt, shoremaster 
James Chalmers, birthmastcr 
Alex. Milne, tide-waiter 
Alex. Macallan, flamp-dift. 
Poff-Office—Mrs Cooper 
A Frafer, ag for Aberdeen bank 
L Chalmers, agent for Aberdeen 
Fire Insurance Office 
Jas Chalmers, agent for the Sea 
Insurance Co. of Scotland 
John Officer, agent for Caledo¬ 
nian Fire-Office 
A Sutheiland, fishery officer 












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PETERHEAD . 

Robert Robertson and Ron. GRAY,Esqrs. Baron-Baillies and 
Admirals- Depute.—Geo. Arbuthnot, Esq. Treasurer. 
Harbour Trustees , under Act of Parliament: 

Robert Robertson, Esq; of Boddam, Preses 

Rod Gray, (Factor for the Merchant Maiden Hospital) V-pres 

rvuu ' ’ A. Uonnrz. 


Adam Arbuthnot, Treasurer 


G Arbuthnot 
J Arbuthnot 
A Arbuthnot 
James Ellis 
Geo Skelton 


Wm Shivas 
James Skelton 
G Alexander 
George Mudie 
Jas Hutchifon 


Jas Hutchison,jr 
Robt Arbuthnot 
Tho Aibuthnot 
John Gilchrift 


Com.fr. EeuarSf 
Wm Boyd 
Jas Anderfon 
Wm Volum 
John Souttar 
Alex White 


Commissioners of Police under Act of Parliament.. 

Robert Robertson of Boddam. pres.—Rod. Gray, vice-pr 
Geo Arbuthnot [George SkeltonlJas Hutchison, Wm Volum 
Ad Arbuthnot [Jas Hutchison junr. 1R0. Hutchison 

R Arbuthnot IGilb. Alexander!George Mudie JohnElrick 
William Gamack, Treasurer. A Boyd, Clerk. 

J. Elrick and Alex. Low, Shore-masters & Collectois. 


Justices of Peace Court holds 1st 
Monday of every ad month.— 
Adam Gray, depute clerk 
Andrew Boyd, depute fiscal 
J Knox, A Maitland, constables 
Joseph Abbott, furv. of customs 
p Douglafs, furveyor’s clerk 
landwaiter 
J Robertson, supervisor of excise 
Ogilvie Will, pofimafter . 

Jas Anderfon, ftamp-difiributor 
A Gray, billet-matter 
Robert Robertson, Rod. Gray, 
Wm.Gamack, Wm.Alexander, 
writers arid notaries public 
A Gray, J Boyd, & J Campbell, 
mess.-at-arms and auctioneers 
J Imray & J Smith, teachers 
JLadies school Miss Pringle and 
Mifs Gray 

James Duff, dancing-master 


Sea Insur. Brokers —Jo. Daniel, 
George Mudie 

James Anderson, agent for the 
Aberdeen Bank 

J. Elrick, agent for Commercial 
Bank of Scotl.; J.Kilgour, acct. 
Ogilvie Will, agent for Aberdeen 
Town & County Bank 
Insurance Agents .—North Brit. 
J Mackie; Hercules, JKilgour 
Edinburgh Friendly, It Gray; 
Insurance Comp, of Scotland, 
W.Gamack; Phoenix,O. Will; 
Scottish Union, John Elrick ; 
Aberdeen Fire&Life Ins.Co. 
W. Alexander 
Reading Scciety —W.J. Anderson, 
preses; W. Bruce, treasurer; 
R. Gray, secretary 

London Traders —Courier, Smith; 













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Mary, Ross; Margaret, Taylor] (master, manager)— Jean of 
(G.&R. Arbuthnot, mania*.) j Macduff, J. Milne, (the mas- 
Leith Ditto. — Brothers, Reid ;j ter, manager.) 

Diana, Allardice (Tho. Dar Aberdeen Ditto — Barbara <& Mar* 
man.)—Expert, A. Stephen, 1 garet,J.Thom—(mailer,man.) 


PETERHEAD WHALE FISHERY—1827. 
Traveller —Geo. Simpson 404 Gleaner —John D Shand 
Resolution —Thomas Philp 400 


262 


G. Skelton & Co. Man . 


Superior —Donald Man son 306 


Perseverance —Gray 240 

Mary —John Ogston 156 

Active — 

John Hutchison, Man. \ 

Hannibal —John Birnie S15 Eclipse --William Penny 

Hope —James Volum 242 


Union —Thomas Mackie 
James Hutchison, Man. 


224 


283 


William Volum, Man . 
Alpkeus— Alex. Duncan 254j 
G.&R. Arbuthnot, Man. \ 


G. Arbuthnot, Man . 

Enterprise —James Hogg 
G. Skelton, Man. 


KINCARDINESHIRE LISTS. 


STONEHAVEN. 

The Trustees of the late Lord Viscount Keith, Superiors. 


Peter Christian Esq.? B ^ Uies 
James Officer, Esq. ^ 

John Brand 

Wm Bridgeford > Counsellors 
John Forbes ) 

Robert Tindal, treasurer 
WmStrachan, dean of guild 


Thos Kin near, procurator fiscal 
James Tindal, town clerk 
James Cormack, billetmaster 
George Law, shoremaster 
W Bowman, A Caird, officers 
J. Beattie, keeper of the county 
weights and meafures 


SCHOOLS. 

Parochial School of Fetteresso—John Silver 
Parochial School of Dunnottar—Al. Dawson ; R. Sim, assist. 
Private Schools—C. Michie, W. Melvil, John Loncmuir, Alex 
Mackenzie, and John Hastings 
James Duff, Teacher of Dancing. 


SHERIFF COURT. 

George Douglafs, Efq; Sheriff-depute. 

John Innes, Efq. and George Watson, Esq. Sheriff-subrtitutes. 
Wm Stewart, sheriff-clerk.—John Low, procurator-fifcal 













John Low 
Charles Monro 
Peter Chriftian 
Thos Kinnear 


310 
Procurators , 


John Brand 
James Tindal 
Alex Smart 
Jo. Humphrey 


P. Laing 
David Dickson 
Dav. Hutcheon 
John Murray 


Alex. Dawson C 


1 


For the Poor 
Peter Laing 


ii 


Justice of Peace Court. 

John Low, clerk.—Cha. Monro, procurator fifcal. 


HARBOUR TRUSTEES. 
The Superior of the Burgh 
Magistrates & Town Council 
Memb.of Parliament forCounty 
The Sheriffs of the County 


The Convener of the County 
Alexander Low f . 

Wm Donaldson i ^gh 


Wm Gregory 


Thomas Kinnear, Treasurer. —James Tindal, Clerk . 


PUBLIC OFFICES, AGENTS, &c. 


James Tindal, clerk of supply 
Charles Scott, collector of taxes 
John Brand, deputy 
Thomas Kinnear, surveyor 
Post-Office —William Stewart, 
poflmafler. G. Guthrie, clerk 
Robt. Burnett, coaftwaiter, and 
colle£tor of light duty 
John Reid, officer of Excise 
Turnpike Roads. 

From Stonehaven to Upper N. 
Water Bridge—Sir Alexander 
Ramsay, treasurer 
From Stonehaven to Bervie— 
Dr Young, treasurer 
From Bervie to Lower North 


Districts . 

Stonehaven—C. Monro, clerk 
Lower and Upper Decside— 

P. Christian, cleik 
Laurencek'rk—J, Brand, clerk 
St Cyrus-'-J. Leighton, clerk i 
Mary kirk Bridge—John Brand, , 
clerk and treasurer i 

Bank Agents. 1 

Bank of Scotland—Wm Stewart '\ 
Robert Trotter, accountant 
Aberdeen Town & County Bank >v. 
Jas. Burness. N. Milne, clerk i 
Insurance Agents. 

Eagle—John Beattie 
Hercules—Peter Chriftian 


Water Bridge—James Scott of 


Brotherton, treasurer 
Peter Christian, general clerk 
Commutation Roads. 
Peter Christian, general clerk 


Phoenix—Thomas Kinnear 


Noith Britilh—Charles Monro '4 
Caledonian—James Tindal 
Insur. Co. of Scotland—J. Brand \ * 
Aberdeen Fire In.—Jas Burness ti 

- rOtf 

MESSENGERS-AT-ARMS, and SHERIFF OFFICERS. {> 


Stonehaven—John Scorgie, Geo 
Jack, and Rich. Geater, mes¬ 
sengers-at-arms 


Do.—W. Cruickshank,T. Geater, <h 
W. Goodfellow, & J. Monro, • 
sheriff officers—S* Grant, G. 

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Cockburn, Rob.Hird and G.|AuchinbIae—-David Cocky 
Lyail, (Aberdeen;, sherifF-of- Cairnbeg— Charles Middleton 


ficers for Kincardineshire 
Fettercairn—Pet Falconer, do. 
Bervie—Wm Middleton, officer 
Laurencekirk—Jas. Jaffray and 
Alex Strachan, officers 


Belty—Peter Emfley 
Dalhakie—John Menzies 
Laurieston—James Robbie 
Banchory—William Dower 


LIEUTENANCY. 

Right Hon. John Vifcount of Arbuthnott, Lord Lieutenant 
Robert Wm Duff of Fettercsso, Vice-Lieutenant. 
Deputy Lieutenants. 


GeoRobertfon Scott of Btnholm 
George Silver of Netherlay 
Robert Barclay Allardice of Ury 
J M Nicolfon of Glenbervie 
Alexr Crombie of Phefdo 
Hon. H Atbuthnott of Hatton 
James Scott of Brotherton 
James Farquhar of Johnston 
Francis Graham of Morphie 
Sir Alex. Keith of Dunottar, 
Knight Marischal of Scotland 
Sir Alex Ramsay of Balmain 
Sir Wm Forbes of Fettercairn 
Robert Duff, vor. of Fetteresso 
George F Carnegie of Pittarrow 


Arch Scott, of Stone of Morphie Frederick Grantof Mount Cyrus 
Charles Monro, Clerk. 


Colonel Stratton of Kirkside 
Wm Innes of Raemoir 
Henry Lumsden ofTilwhilly 
Wm Gordon of Maryculter 
Robert Taylor of Kirktonhill 
Robert R Hepburn of Rickarton 
Alex Thomson of Banchory 
Arch Farquharson of Finzean 
James Burnett of Monboddo 
John Gordon of Drumlithie 
Walters Davidson of Inchmarlo 
John Innes of Cowie 
Hercules R Scott of Benholm 
Thomas Burnett of Leys 
John Dingwall of Woodston 


Alexander Turnbull of Dallidies 
William Adam of Woodftou 
Sir Robert Burnett of Leys 
Robert Wm Duff of Fettereflo 
Geo Robertfon Scottof Benholm 
George Lyell of Kinneff 
John Brand of Lauriefton 
George Douglafs of Arbeadie 
fohn Innes of Cowie 
George Kinloch of Kair 
Robert Barclay Allaidice of Ury 
and Allardice 


FREEHOLDERS. 


John Menzies ofPitfodels 
Lieut-General William Burnett 
of Standingflones 
J. M. Nicolfon of Glenbervie 
Col. Hon. Hugh Arbuthnott of 
Hatton 

James Farquhar of Johnfton 
Francis Graham of Morphy 
George Silver of Balnagubs 
Charles Adam of Mathers 
Alexander Crombie of Phefdo 











312 


John Burnett of Kemnay 
Rev. Patiick Stewart of Hilton 
Alexander D uthie ofRuthriefton 
'William Farquhar of Inverbervie 
Gavin Hadden of Kinghornie 
William Innes of Raemoir 
Sir Alex. Ramfay of Balmain 
Capt. Tho. Ramfay of Caldham 
Hon. C. Fleming of Whiftleberry 
W. G. Adam of Wefter Kinneff 
James Scott of Brotherton 
Adam Duff of Findon 
David Scott of Nether Benholm 
Mafterton Ure, lifer, of Logie 
John Boswell of Kingcausie 
Robert Duff, yor. of FetterefTo 
Alexander Gordon of Auchlunies 
Thomas Burnett, yor. of Leys 
Henry Lumsden of Tilwhilly 
William Gordon of Maryeulter 
Alex. Smith of Strathlethen 
John Ramsay of Barra 
Hon. Donald Ogilvy of Clova 
Robert Taylor of Kirktonhill 
Sir William Forbes of Pitshgo 
Arch Scott of Stone of Morphy 
Maj.-gen. J. Stra'ton of Kirkside 
Robert R Hepburn of Rickarton 
Alexr Thomson of Banchory 
Sir Alexander Keith of Dunottar, 
Knight Marischal of Scotland 
Alex Wood of Woodburnden 
John Watson of Easter Mathers 
Sir James Carnegie of Southesk 
Arch. Farquharson of Finzean 
Sir Charles Forbes of New and 
Edinglassie, as liferenter ; and 
John Forbes, his son, as fiar; 


the fiar to vote in absence of 
the liferenter 
Robert Morice ofTullos 
Alexander Gibbon of Hallgreen 
Capt Robt Ramsay of Pitgarvie 
James H Burnett of Tiilyboy 
George F Carnegie of Pittarrow 
Captain Hon. W Arbuthnott of 
Harvieston 

William Moit of Park 
H. L. Lumsden of Auchindoir 
William Morice of Castlehill 
James Innes of Bonhairie 
Lt. Wm Burnett of Pittenkerie 
Francis Walker of Hawthornden. 
Arthur Burnett, Advocate, life- 
renter, and James Burnett of 
Monboddo, fiar: the fiar to 
vote in absence of the lifer. 
Robert Badenach of Craig 
Captain Hon. William Ogilvy, 
Airly Castle 

Rev. Dr F. Nicol of Costerton 
Hercules J. Robertson, Advocate, 
as liferenter; and G. R. Scott, 
yor. of Benholm, as fiar 
James Hadden of Balmakelly as 
liferenter; and Alex. Hadden, 
as fiar 

Peter Crooks of Logie, as fiar; 
the fiar to vote in absence of 
the liferenter 
Alexander Forrest of Tullochs 
Norman Hill of Brownhills 
Rev. Geo Morison of Elsick, dd 
William Shand of Arnhall 
Frederick Grant of Mount Cyrus 
John Garioch of Heathcot 


B E R V 1 E. 

James Farquhar, Esq. Provost. 

John Lyall, Esq. David Reid, Esq. — Watson, Esq. Baillics. 














G. Silver of Netherlay 
]. Brand of Lauriellon 


515 

Counsellors. 

/ A.Crombie of PhefdojRobcrt Morlcc, Esq. 

- - 1 John Innes of Cowie lAlex. Gibbon, Efq. 

R W DuffofFette refit) Jo. Ramfay of Barra |w. Innes of Raemoir 
J. Robertfon, sen., treafurer.—John Low, procurator fifeal. 
John Low and James Burnefs, clerks. 

Post-Office—Jas. Soutter, diftr.jHer. Anderson, billctmafter 
of stamps | Alex Paterson, fchoolmafter 

L AURENCEKIRK. —James Crabb, Esq. Baron Baillie 


J. Wilson, J. Kinnear, D. Largie, 
Andrew Main, councilors 
J Hampton, treas. & town-clerk 


D.Dickson, writer & procurator 
James Croll, billetmafler 
George Watt, post-oflice 


FIARS, Crop 1825 .—(Linlithgow Measure.) 

Boll of Oatmeal, L.o 17 11 (Barley with Fodder,L.l iz 9 
Oats with Fodder, 1 3 Barley without Fod. 163 

Oats without Fodder, o 16 z ^\Wheat with F«dder, 1 17 9^ 

Potatoe Oats with do. 1 4 11^1 Wheat without do. 1 11 3^ 

Do. do. without do. o 17 n^jPeale with Fodder, 154 
Bear with Fodder, 1 9 11^ Beans with Fodder, 154 

Do. without do. 1 3 c^jPease&Beanswithout o .18 4 


THE NEW IMPERIAL STANDARD 

WEIGHTS ANB MEASURES, 

[Established by Act of Parliament, 1824 .] 

To take effect from J st January , 1826 . 

Lineal Measure. 

The Brass “ Standard Yard of 1760 ,” now in possession of 
the Clerk of the Mouse of Commons, is declared to be the original 
and genuine standard Imperial Y ard, the brass being at the 
temperature of 6i ft of Fahrenheit; and is the unit of all lineal, 
superficial, and solid measure, after the 1 st day of January, 1826 , 
being 36 of the 31 . 13 B 3 standard inches, which is the length of a 
pendulum vibrating seconds in vacuum inthelat. of London. The 
Tables are subdivided, and used in the same manner as formerly. 

Troy Weight. 

The Standard Brass Weight, of one lb. Troy, made in 1758 , 
(also in the keeping of the Gierk of the llou>e of Commons,) is 
declared to be the original and genuine Standard Imperial 
Pound Troy, and the unit , or only standard measure of 
weight from which all other weights shall be derived, being 
equid to the weight of 22 8157 standard cubic inches of distilled 
D cl 












314 


water, at the temperature of 62° of Fahrenheit. The subdivi¬ 
sions of the lb. Troy are the same, and it is used for the sale of 
the same articles as formerly. 

Averdupois Weight. 

The Imperial Pound Averdupois is declared to contain 
7000 standard Troy grains, being equal to the weight of 72.72738 
cubic inches of distilled water, at the temperature of 62° of 
Fahrenheii. This weight is also subdivided as formerly, and 
used for the sale of the same articles, together with those for¬ 
merly sold by Dutch weight, now laid aside. 


Liquid and Dry Measure. 

The standard measure of capacity, as well for liquids as for dry 
goodsnotsold by heap measure, is to be the Imperial Gallon, 
containing ten lbs. averdupois of distilled water, at the temperature 
of 62° of Fah. the barometer being at 30 inches, and is to be the 
unit and only standard measure of capacity from which all mea¬ 
sures of capacity shall be derived, as well for Wine, Beer, Ale, 
Spirits, and all other Liquors, as for dry goods not sold by heap 
measure. These measures are subdivided as formerly, and used 
for the sale of the same articles. 

It is declared, that the mouths of the standard heaped measures 
shall be— 

The Imperial Bushel, 19§ Inches, from outside to outside. 


Half Bushel, - 15* do. do. 

Peek, - - 12| do. do. 

Half Peck, - 9* do. do. 

Quarter Peck, - 7| do. do. 

Half-Quarter do. do. do. 


Note. 

Five Imperial Gallons are equal to 6 43^3 Old Gallons:— 
hence the following multipliers will convert the measures into 


each other: 

Wine Gallon 
Ale Gallon 
Bushel - 


New into Old. 
1.20032 
0.98324 
1.03153 


Old into New. 

0.83311 

1.01704 

0.96943* 


* Old Winchester Bushel. 






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THE FOLLOWING TABLE 
Represents the Contents of 

THE WHEAT AND BARLEY FIRLOTS OF SCOTLAND, IN 
IMPERIAL GALLONS. 


Aberdeen 




Wheat. 

9.696 

Burley. 

12.679 

Argyle ■ 

Tnverary 

. 

_ 

9.212 

12.400 

Campbelton 

- 

- 

— 

14.879 

Ayr 

- 

- 

- 

7.755 

15.511 

Banff 

- 

- 

. 

8.353 

12.151 

Berwick 

- 

- 

- 

12.120 

12.120 

Buie 

- 

- 

- 

10.380 

15.570 

Caithness 

- 

- 

- 

— 

12.283 

Dumbarton - 

- 

- 

9.243 

12.323 

Dumfries 

— «» 

- 

- 

23.774 

31.022 

Fdinburgl 


- 

- 

7.925 

11.561 

Elgin 

- 

- 

- 

8.461 

12.169 

Fife 

- 

- 

- 

8.204 

11.934 


r Forfar - 

- 

- 

8.204 

11.934 

\ 

\ Montrose 

- 

- 

8 204 

12.120 

Forfar •< 

( Arbroath 

- 

- 

8 461 

11.654 

l 

/ Dundee 


- 

8.018 

11.747 

l 

^ Brechin 

- 

- 

8.018 

12.120 

Haddington 

- 

- 

8.158 

11.910 

Inverness 

- 


- 

9.l)?0 

12.692 

Kincardine 

. 

- 

8.9. r 0 

12.307 

Kinross 

- 

- 

- 

8.134 

11.910 

Eirkt udbright 

- 

- 

12.870 

21.328 

Lanark < 

, Lower Ward, 

Glasgow, &c. 

8.346 

12.044 

> Upper Ward, 

Lanark, 

&c. 

7.925 

11.934 

Linlithgow 



7.925 

11.561 

Nairn 

. 



9.(66 

12 888 

Peebles 




8.491 

12.076 

Perth 

. 



8.1tl 

12.042 

Renfrew 

. 



8.671 

12.283 

Ross and Cromarty 



8.950 

11.934 

Roxburgh 




8.204 

12.307 

Selkirk 

. 



8.228 

11.654 

Stirling and Clackmannan - 


8.577 

12.400 

Sutherland 



9.323 

12.692 

Wigon 

- 



15.511 

23.267 



J 










A TABLE 


For reducing the English Wine Gallon of 231 cubic inches, to the 
new Imperial Gallon and Parts. 


Wine. 

Imper. 

Wine. 

Imper. 

Wine. 

Imper. 

Wine. 

Imper. 

‘a 

O 

Gall 

100 

Parts. 

Gall. 

1 Gall, 

1 100 

; Parts. 

Gall. 

Gall, 

100 

Parts. 

Gall. 


1 

0.83 

41 

34.16 

81 

67.48 

121 

100.81 

2 

1.87 

42 

34.99 

82 

68.31 

122 

101.64 

3 

2.50 

43 

35.82 

83 

69.15 

123 

102.47 

4 

3.33 

44 

36.66 

84 

69.98 

124 

103.30 

5 

4.18 

45 

37-49 

85 

70.81 

125 

104.14 

6 

5.00 

48 

38.32 

86 

71.65 

126 

104.97 

7 

5.83 

47 

39.10 

87 

72.48 

127 

105.80 

a 

<5.66 

48 

39.99 

88 

73.31 

128 

106.64 

9 

7-50 

49 

40.82 

89 

74.15 

129 

107.47 

10 

8.33 

50 

41.85 

90 

74.98 

130 

108.30 

11 

9.'18 

51 

42.49 

91 

75.81 

131 

109.14 

12 

1000 

52 

43.32 

92 

76.65 

132 

109.97 

13 

10.63 

53 

44.15 

93 

77.48 

133 

110.80 

14 

11.66 

54 

44.99 

94 

78.31 

134 

111.04 

15 

12.50 

55 

45.82 

95 

79.14 

135 

112.47 

16 

13.33 

58 

48.65 

96 

79.98 

136 

113.30 

17 

14.18 

57 

47.49 

97 

80.81 

137 

114.14 

18 

14.93 

58 

48.32 

98 

81.64 

138 

114.97 

19 

15.8$ 

59 

49.15 

99 

82.48 

139 

115.80 

20 

10.88 

80 

49.99 

100 

. 83.31 

140 

110.63 

21 

17.49 

81 

50.82 

101 

84.14 

141 

117.47 

22 

18.33 

62 

51.65 

102 

84.98 

142 

118.30 

23 

19.16 

83 

52.48 

103 

85.81 

143 

119.13 

24 

19.99 

64 

! 53.32 

104 

66.64 

144 

119.97 

25 

20.83 

85 

| 54.15 

105 

87.48 

145 

120.80 

28 

21.68 

68 

i 54.98 

106 

88.31 

146 

121.63 

27 

22.49 

67 

1 55.82 

107 

89.14 

147 

122.47 

28 

23.33 

68 

i 56.65 

108 

89.97 

148 

123.30 

29 

24.18 

69 

57-43 

109 

90.81 

149 

.124.13 

30 

24.99 

70 

; 58.32 

110 

91.64 

159 

124.97 

31 

25.83 

71 

59.15 

111 

92.47 

160 

*33.80 

32 

28.88 

72 

59.98 

112 

93.31 

170 

111.63 

33 

27.49 

73 

80.82 

113 

94.14 

180 

149.94 

34 

28.32 

74 

61.65 

114 

94.97 

190 

158.29 

35 

29.18 

75 

62.48 

115 

95.81 

200 

166-62 

38 

29.99 

78 

: 63.32 

116 

96.64 

400 

333.24 

37 

30.82 

77 

84.15 

117 

97.47 

600 

499.87 

38 

31.88 

78 

64.98 

118 

98.31 

1 800 

668.49 

39 

32.49 

7!) 

65.81 

119 

99.14 

(1000 

833.11 

40 

33.32 

80 

66.65 

120 

99.97 

12000 

1660.22 































CARRIERS TO AND FROM ABERDEEN. 


From whence 

Carriers Names 

IVbe re lodged. 

1 Ar. 

Deft. 

Abergeldie 

D Thomson 

Ross’s, Belmontft. 

IWed 

Thu 

Aberlour 

James Macrae 

Badenoch’s, Gallowg Wed 

Thu 

Aboyne 

Alex Watt 

Middleton’s. Hariot-S 'T hu 

Frid 

Alford 

Alex Lawson 

Ross’s, Be!mont-str 

Frid 

Sat 

Ditto 

J Mitchell 

Ditto Ditto 

Frid 

Sat 

Ditto 

Wm Reid 

Adam’s, Backwynd 

Frid 

Sat 

Ditto 

John Wilson 

Hosea’s, Harriot-str 

Frid 

Sat 

Allathan 

Wm Johnfton 

Mackay’s, Gallowg 

Thu 

Frid 

Auchlnnies 

A Sandiefon 

Burnett’s, Nicholas-ftr Frid 

Fiid 

Auchterless 

A Morrifon 

Simpson’s,Northstreet Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

Wm Davidson 

Mackay’s, Gallowg 

i Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

WmSandieson 

Ditto Ditto 

j Frid 

Tues 

Auchmacoy 

Alex Walker 

Burnett’s, Nicholas-str 

Thu 

Thu 

Banchory 

RobtDavidson 

Burnttt’s, Nicholas-st 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Alex Duncan 

Esson’s, Green 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

John Blacklaw 

Ditto Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Banchory Ter 

Peter Riddel 

Adam’s, Backwynd 

twice 

a-wk 

Banff, Cullen, 

Portsoy, &c. 

Meldrum, Gerard-ft 

twice 

a-wk 

Banff 

Joseph Burns 

Moir’s, North street 

Tues 

Wed 

Bervie 

Wm Walker 

Burnett’s. Nicholas-st 

Thu 

Frid 

Birse 

Charles Ross 

Cruickshank, Schoolh 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

John Birse 

Ditto Ditto 

Wed 

Thu 

Braemar 

John Lamont 

Ross’s, Belmont-str. 

Wed 

Thu 

Buckie 

John Logie 

Cruickfhank’s, Gal. 

Wed 

Thu 

Buckie, &c. 

Alex Skinner 

Daniel’s, North-street 

Wed 

Thu 

Castle Forbes 

Alex Coutts 

Ross’s, Belmontstreet 

Thu 

Frid 

Clatt 

Alex Coynack 

Taggart’s, Gallo wgate 

Thu 

Frid 

Coldstone 

J Farquharson 

Milne’s, Green 

Thu 

Frid 

Colliston 

Tho Beates 

Gray s, North-street 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Richard Imlay 

Smith’s, Northstreet 

Thu 

Frid 

Craigellie 

Jas MTntosh 

Badenoch’s, Gallowg. 

Wed 

Thu 

Crathie 

John Syraon 

Berry’s, Harriot-str 

Wed 

Thu 

Cruden 

P Jamieson 

Daniel’s, Northstreet 

Thu 

Frid 

Culfalmond 

W M‘Gregor 

Cruickshank’s, Gall. 

Wed 

Thu 

Cuminefton 

Alex Grant 

Ditto Ditto 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

Jas Taylor 

Ditto Ditto 

Wed 

Thu 

Drumlithie 

James Smith 

Barnett’s,Nicholas-str 

Tues 

Wed 

Drum 

Wm Conny 

Clark’s, Harriot-str 

Frid 

Frid 

Dundee 1 

Jas Murray 

Mennie’s Gallowgate 

Frid 

Sat 

Echt 

A Craighead 

Ross’s, Belmontstreet 

Thu 

Frid 


D (1 3 





















318 


from Whence | Carriers Names 

Whet e lodged. 

Ar. 

De/t. 

Echt 

Hen Davidfon 

Middleton’s, Harriott 

Frid 

Frid 

Elgin 

[as Douglas 

Badenoch’s, Gallowg 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

[as Durward 

M‘Kay’s, Gallowgate 

Sat 

Tues 

Elgin, &c. 

Wra Stephen 

Putachieside Vaults 

twice 

a-wk 

Ellon 

Wm Thomson 

Daniel’s, Northstreet 

twice 

a-wk 

Ditto 

Keith Mackie 

Cruickfliank’s, Gal 

twice 

a-wk 

FoKgyloan 

'[as Garnmie 

Mackay’s, Gallowg 

Tue 

Wed 

Ditto 

James Clark 

Taggart’s, Gallowgate 

Tuc 

Wed 

Ditto 

G Henderson 

Ditto Ditto 

Tues 

Wed 

Forgue 

Peter Horn 

Cruickfliank’s, Gall 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

Wm Webster 

Taggart’s, Gallowgate 

rhu 

Frid 

Frafer burgh 

Alex Burnett 

Esson’s, Green 

Wed 

Thu 

Fyvie 

[ames Taylor 

Mackay’s, Gallowgate 

Wed 

Thu 

Glafgow 

L &W Ait ken 

Putachieside Vaults 

Frid 

Sat 

Glenbucket 

Ch Anderson 

Strachan’s, Harriot-st 

Thu 

Frid 

Glenkindy 

Alex Walker 

Ross’s, Belmontflr 

Tues 

Wed 

Ditto 

WmM‘Robert 

Clark’s, Harriot-str 

Wed 

Thu 

Grange 

Alex Taylor 

Cruickfhank’s, Gal. 

Tues 

Wed 

Ditto 

George Huie 

Ditto Ditto 

Tues 

Wed 

Hunt I y 

Al Alexander 

Taggart’s, Gallowgate 

Tues 

Wed 

Ditto 

W M* Donald 

Ditto Ditto 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

J McIntyre 

Mennie’s, Gallowgate 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

Wm Pome 

Badenoch’s, Gallowg 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

Wm Reid 

Mennie’s, Gallowg. 

Wed 

Thu 

Infch 

Chas Riddel 

Taggart’s, Gallowgate 

Thu 

Frid 

Inverury 

Jas Thomson 

Cruickshank’?,Gallow 

twice 

a-wk 

Ditto 

E Maitland 

Daniel’s, North-street 

Frid 

Sat 

Johnshaven 

Lewis Findlay 

Silver’s, Gcorge-street 

Thu 

Frid 

Keig 

John Brown 

Smith’s, Woolmanhill 

Frid 

Sat 

Keith 

John Gray 

Mennies, Gallowgate 

Tues 

Wed 

Ditto 

WilliamFraser 

• Ditto Ditto 

Tues 

Thu 

Ditto 

John Henry 

Cruickfliank’s, Gal 

Tues 

Wed 

'Kemnay 

ja Mitchell 

Clark’s, Harriotftreet 

Tues 

Frid 

Kincar.O’Neil 

Alex Ross 

Cruickshank, SchoolhlTues 

Wed 

Ditto 

John Brown 

Middleton’s, Harriotsl 

t Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

John Fraser 

Cruickshank, Schoolb 

i Thu 

Frid 

Kildrummie 

J Livingston 

Berry’s, Harriot str 

Wed 

Thu 

Kinmundy 

James Rettie 

McKay’s, Gallowgatt 

‘ Thu 

Thu 

Kintore 

Thomas Reid |Taggart’$;,GaiIowgatt 

; Frid 

Frid 

Kinethmont 

Alex Howie 

1 Daniel’s, North-stree 

t Thu 

HThu 





















519 


From Whence. 

Carriers Names 

Where lodged. 

Ar. 

Deft. 

Leith hall 

Wm Anderson 

Taggart’s.Gallowgate 

fhu 

Thu 

Littlefolla 

Wm Wight 

Badenoch’s, Gallowg 

Tues 

Tues 

Lochell 

John Bruce 

Clatk’s, Harriot-st. 

Frid 

Frid 

Ditto 

James Fyfe 

Berry’s, Harriot-st. 

Thu 

Frid 

Longside 

John Smith 

Ditto Ditto 

Thu 

Thu 

Lon may 

Wm Willox 

Mennie’s, Gailowgate 

Wed 

Thu 

Metlilick 

Tho Annand 

Jaffray’s, North-street 

Thu 

Frid 

D:tto 

Peter Rolhnie 

Smith’s, North-street 

I'hu 

Frid 

Ditto 

John Donald 

Clark’s, North-street 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Geo. Annand 

Simpson’s, North-str 

rhu 

Thu 

Montrofe 

John Smart 

Silver’s, George-street 

Frid 

Frid 

Ditto 

Alex Watt 

Ditto Ditto 

Tues 

Tues 

Monymufk 

Charles Caie 

Badenoch’s, Gallowg 

Frid 

Sat 

Ditto 

Peter Watt 

Silver’s, George-str 

Tues 

Wed 

Mortlach 

J Williamfon 

Mackay’s, Gallow 

Tues 

Wed 

Ditto 

Alexr Grant 

Ditto Ditto 

Tues 

Wed 

Newburgh 

Wm Stirling 

Clark’s, North-street 

thrice 

a-wk 

Newbyth 

Alexr Smith 

Taggart’s, Gailowgate 

Wed 

rhu 

New Deer 

James Scott 

Smith’s, North-street 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

John Hendry 

Badenoch’s, Gallowg 

Wed 

Frid 

Ditto 

John Taylor 

Daniel’s, Northst 

Wed 

Tim 

New Pitsligo 

Wm Jameson 

Taggart’s, Gailowgate 

Wed 

Thu 

Old Deer 

GCruickshank 

Ditto Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Jas Catto 

Taggart’s, Gailowgate 

Wed 

Thu 

Oldmeldrum 

Alex Milne 

Jaffray's, Northflreet 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

James Smith 

Burnett’s, Nicholas-ft 

twice 

a-wk 

Peterhead&Fr 

Ad. Hay & Co 

Meal market-lane 

twice 

a-wk 

Ditto 

Al Warrender 

Esson’s, Green 

Wed 

Thu 

Rhynie 

James Symon 

Silver’s, George-st. 

rhu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Jas M‘Kenzie 

Ditto Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Rothes 

J&J M‘ Intosh 

Taggart's, Gailowgate 

Tues 

Wed 

St. Fergus 

Wm Piott 

Ditto Ditto 

Wed 

Thu 

Schivas 

John Taylor 

Simpson’s. Northstieet 

Wed 

Tint 

Ditto 

James Gray 

Petrie’s, North st 

Thu 

Frid 

Skene 

Alex Mennie 

Strachan’s, Harriot-st 

Frid 

Frid 

Stewart field 

Wm Connon 

Mennie’*, Gailowgate 

Thu 

Thu 

Stonehaven 

Cha Chapman 

Burnett’s, Nicholas-Hr 

twice 

a-wk 

Do, Brech.&e. 

D Troup 

Ditto Ditto 

Tues 

Wed 

Do. Laur. &c. 

Al Mathieson 

Silver’s, George-street 

twice 

a-wk 

Ditto 

John Walker 

Milne’s, Green 

Thu 

Thu 




















320 


From Whence . 

Carriers Name 

Where Lodged. 

Ar. 

Hep. 

Strachan 

Wm Kmslie 

Strachan’s, Harriot-st. 

Thu 

FritT 

Strathdon 

George Reid 

Clark’s, Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

James Keir 

Berry's, Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Chas Forhes 

Clark’s, Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Wm Ross 

Hosea’s, Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Strichen 

Wm Ranken 

M‘Kay’s, Gallowg 

We d 

Thu 

Tarland 

Wm Smith 

Reid’s, Harriot-street 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Jas Thomson 

Ditto Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Eliz. Hunter 

Milne’s Green 

Thu 

Frid 

Tarves 

Ja Robertlon 

Simpson’s, Northstr 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

;- Duguid 

Jaffray’s, Ditto 

Thu 

Frid 

Towie 

Dan Giassick 

Smith’s, Woolmanhill 

Thu 

Frid 

Ditto 

Wm M‘Robert 

Clark’s, Harriot-st. 

Wed 

Thu 

Ditto 

Adam Gordon 

Reid’s, Ditto 

Wed 

Thu 

Tullich 

Alexr Forbes 

Ross's, Belmont-st 

Wed 

Thu 

Turriff 

Geo Chalmers 

Cruickshank’s, Gall. 

Wed 

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Mennie’s, Gallowgate 

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Udny 

James Mutch 

Clark’s, North-street 

Thu 

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- Innes 

Esson’s, Green 

iThu 

Thu 


WEATHER GLASS , or BAROMETER. 

The great ufe of this inftrument is to predict the future ftate 
of the Weather for feveral hours, and fometimes days, preceding 
the change. In order to do this, obfet ve, 

j. The Mercury riling prefagcs fair weather ; its falling, wet. 

2 . In very hot weather, its falling ufually fortells thunder. 

3 . In winter, its riling portends frofl—a continued fioft, fnow 

4 . When foul weather happens foon after its falling, expedt 
but little of it ; and foon the contrary of weather. 

5 . When the Mercury continues to rife before the foul wea- 
ather is over, expedl a continuance of fair weather to follow. 

6 . In fair weather, when it continues to fall before rains come, 
then expeft a great deal of it, and probably high winds. 

7 . An unfettled motion denotes changeable weather. 

8 . In any kind of weather, a fudden fall portends wind 


R UTIIRIES TON TRYSTS. 


Third Tuesday in January, N.S. 
Third Tuesday in February, do. 
Third Tuesday in March, do. 
Third Tuesday in April, do. 


Third Tuesday in Sepf. N. S. 
Third Tuesday in Oct. do. 

Third Tuesday in Nov. do. 

Third Tuesday in Dec. do. 


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INDEX TO THE ABERDEEN ALMANACK. 

ENGLISH LISTS. 




Army Lift 

Admirals in 

Admiralty Office 191 

Archbilhops and Bifhops 91 

Board of Trade, &c. 190 

Bank of England 194 

Cabinet Ministers 181 

Chellea Hofpital 178 

Cuftoms 192 

Court of Chancery 191 

Kind’s Bench 192 

Common Pleas 192 

Exchequer 192 

Caledonian Asylum 194 

Commis. of Stamp Duties 192 

Duke of York’s Houfli. &c. 183 


i20iKnights of the Thiftle 


Exchequer, Receipt of 190 

Excife 193 

Eaft India Company • 105 

Governors of Garrisons 122 

General Officers 12.5 

Greenwich Hofpital 178 

Heralds College 191 

Houfe of Peers 85 

officers of 99 

Houfe of Commons 92 

officers of 99 

Highland Society 194 

India Commiffioners 105 

King’s Houfhold 182 

Knights of the Garter t86 

Bath 187 


186 

Lancafter, Duchy Court 192 

Mint 191 

Marines 117 

Miniflers, Confuls, &c. 184 

Navy Captains 112 

Navy and Pay Office, &c. 193 

Navy Pay 119 

Navy Rates and Men 119 

Ordnance Office 191 

Pensions 180 

Princes of Europe 80 

Poll: Office 191 

Privy Council 183 

Privy Seal 190 

Peereffes 9T 

Peers for Scotland 209 

Rank of Officers 104 

Royal Artillery 172 

Royal Engineers 175 

Regimental Pay 179 

Royal Navy 109 

Rates of the Navy 1*9 

Royal Family 80 

Royal Military College,&c. 178 


Scottish Corporation 
Staff Officers 
Ships in commiffion 
Secretaries of State 
Treasury 
War Office 

Whitehall Council Office 


SCOTS LISTS. 


AfTefied Taxes 21 

Advocates 221 

Advocates’ First Clerks 228 

Antiquarian Society 231 

Barracks 122 

Baronets 211 


Do. connected with Scotl. 
Banking Companies 
Burgher Synod, &c. 
Burgh, &c. Schoolmasters 
Chapel Royal 
College of Physicians 


194 

120 

109 

190 

190 

191 
186 

213 

233 
7* 

234 
21 5 
231 










322 


Commit of Light Houses 217 
Court of Admiralty 
of Seffion 
of Tiends 
of Judiciary 
of Exchequer 
of Chancery 
Cudoms 

Chamber of Commerce 
Convention of Burghs 
Clergy of Scotland 
Chapels of Ease 
Churches Abroad 
Constitutional Assoc. Presb. 
Congregational Churches 
Episcopal Chapels 
Excife 

General AfTembly 
Grand Lodge 
Gaelic Schools 
Highland Society 
Heralds & Lyon Office 
Jury Court 
Keepers of Palaces 
Keepers of Regalia of Scotl. 215 
King’s Houfehold, &c. 214 

Lords Lieuts & SherifFDep 234 
Legacy Duty 2,7 

Members of Parliament 97 
Magiftrates of Edin. 


220 

218 

219 

219 

220 
216 
216 
230 

230 

37 

62 

64 

76 

75 

216 

79 

231 

232 

231 

230 

219 

215 


Militia, 176—Mint 
Missionaries 

Officers of State & Crown 
Population Table 
Peers of Scotland 
Peeresses 206, 208 

Particular Registers of Sas. 242 


216 

64 

215 

36 

196 


Pod Office 
Royal Society 
Relief Synod 
Reformed Presb. Synod 
Sabbath School Union 
Staff of North Britain 
Solicitors 

Do. before Commis. Court 
Scotch Epifcopal Church 
Ditto Friendly Society 
Society for Christian Know. 232 
Soc. of Dissenting Ministers 232 
Stamp Office 217 

Stamps, table of 24 

Societyfor Sonsof the Clergy 79 


217 

231 

72 

65 

231 

121 

227 

229 

74 

75 


Archbifhops and Bifhops 
Conimillioners of Excife 
of Cuftoms 

Governors 

Knights of St Patrick 
Members of Parliament 


Tide Table 
Trudees for Fiffieries 
Do for Manufactures 

Univeriities 

United Associate Synod 
Widows’ Fund 
Window Tax Office 
230 j Writers to the Signet 
IRISH LISTS 


15 

231 

230 

77 

66 

79 

217 

224 


i04jOfficers of State, &c. 
i95|Peers 
195 Peeredes 
122 Peers in Parliament 
i87|Scaff Officers 
98I 


195 

ICO 

104 
304 
121 


Aberdeenffiire Canal 
Advocates 
Athenaeum 

Agricultural Association 


ABERDEEN LISTS. 


249 

240 

252 

284 


Auctioneers 254 

Anti-Slavery Society 257 

Banking Companies 246, 247 
Bridewell Commiflioncrs 249 










Bible Societies 254, 

Board of Taxers 

Churches and Clergy 

Cufloms 

Church Seffion 

Church Patronage Society 

Com miliary Court 

Court-house & Jail Commiss, 

County Club 

Children of the Clergy 

Corporations 

Clothing Society 

Carriers 

Coal Fund 

Dean of Guild Court 
Deaf and Dumb Society 
Diftrict Clerks 
Difpenfaries 
Eciipfes 1827 
Excife 

Exchange News Rooms 
Education Society 
Fiars of Aberdeenshire 
Fairs in Scotland 16 
Freeholders 
Gas Light Company 
Gordon’s Hofpital 
Golf Club 

Gr. Sab. Even. School Soc 
Guildry Company 
Harbour Truflees 
Horticultural Society 
Holidays at the Banks 
Hibernian Association 
Humane Society 
Infirmary 
Infurance Offices 
Insurance Company 
Insurance Brokers 
Juftices of the Peace 
Jullice of Peace Court 
Lieutenancy 


323 


256 
239 
337 
245 
263 

257 

241 
249 
278 
257 
236 

257 
317 
262 
239 
058 

242 

261 
2 

245 

252 
259 
235 

'» 320 
271 

253 

258 
*54 

259 
244 

244 

253 

248 

256 

262 

260 
* 5 1 

2SC 


Lunatic Hofpital 
Magitlrates & Council 
Missionary Societies 
Methodist Preachers 
Medical Society 
Moveable Feafts 


261 

236 

255 

73 

248 

2 


Mail & Stage Coaches 264, 265 
MelTengers at Arms 
Mechanics Institution 
New Club 

New Imperial Standard £ 
Weights & Measures } 
Pauper Lunatic Fund 
Poor’s Hofpital 
Public Libraries 
Public Officers 
Port Office 


243 

253 

283 

313 

261 

263 

252 

242 

29 


Post Towns and Postmasters 30 
Police Commiffioner 
Rates of Pilotage 
Rates of Postage 
Religious Tract Society 
Reading Society 
Sheriff Court 
Sheriff Officers 
Small Debt Court 
Societies 

Society for the Highland 
Society for the Jews 
Schools 

Sick Man’s Friend 
Savings’Bank 248 

Seamen’s Fund 269 

Seamen’s Friend Society 255 

Session Clerk’s Office 263 

Shipping Companies 266, 267 

Turriff Courfrng Club 284 

United Service Club 282 

249 | United County Meeting 280 

274 Vaccine Inflitution 262 

241 Whale Fishery 268 

27o|Weather Glass 320 


245 

269 
34 
259 
253 
241 
243 
241 
264 
256 
256 
237 » 239 
264 









324 

OI.D ABERDEEN. 
Magiftrates and Corporal. 


Bishop’s Hospital 
Peterhead 
Fraferbiirgh 
Oldmeldrum 


Magi ft rates of Elgin 

Incorporations 
Clergy and Schools 
Sheriff and other Courts 
Guildry Fund 
Excife, 

Public Officers 
Insurance Offices 
Horticultural Society 
Medical Practitioners, &c 
Savings Bank 


aS.sl Public Dispensary 
3o8iKintt*re 

307 jloverury, 286 —Markets 
287lHuntly 
MORAYSHIRE. 


a 88 Bible Society 
a 88 Missionary Society 
289 Education Society 
289 Literary Society 

289 Gray’s Hospital, &c. 

290 Farmer Club 
290 Coursing Club 
290 Lieutenancy 

290 Freeholdets 

291 Juftices of Peace 

292 Fiarg 


BANFFSHIRE. 


Magiftrates of Banff 2 9 6 

Corporations & Schools 297 

Sheriff Court a 97 

Sheriff Officers 

Commiss. and other Courts 290 


Guild Court 
Notaries Public 
Public Officers 
Cuftoms and Excife 
Port Office 
Harbour Trust 
Medical Practitioners 
District Clerks 
Bank, & Fire lnfur. Agents 300 
Banff & London Shipp. Co. 300 
Saving Bank 
Cassy's Bequest 


Wilson's Bounty 
Literary Society 
Archery and Golf Club 
Societies 

Population 

Suppression of Begging 
Lieutenancy & Freeholders 
Justices of Peace 
Inns, Taverns, &c. 

London and Leith Traders 
Fiars, 305— Fairs 
Fanner Club 
Macduff 
Portsoy 
Cullen 
30i|Keith 
301 'Fochabers 


298 

298 

299 
299 
299 

299 

300 
300 


286 

286 

286 

286 

287 

291 

291 

291 

292 
292 
2-94 

292 

293 

293 

294 
292 

301 

302 
302 

304 
296 

301 

302 

303 

305 
300 


KINCARDINESHIRE. 
309 Roads 

Lieutenancy 
Freeholders 


Stonehaven 
Schools 3°9 

Sheriff Court, &c; 3°9 

public Offices, Agents, &c. 310 

Harbour Trustees 3 10 

Sheriff Officers, &c. 3*° 


Fiars 
Bervie 

Laurencekirk 


305 

306 
305 
296 
296 
288 
288 


310 

3 * 1 

3 I2r 

312 

313