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    2nd July 1852

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At 14 South Apsley Place, on the 30th ultimo, Mrs James Boyd Thomson, a son.

    At 13 Monteith Row, on the 29th ultimo, Mrs TC Young, a daughter.

    At 39 George Street, Mile-End, on the 29th ultimo, Mrs James Gray, a son.

    At 11 Glebe Street, on the 29th ultimo, Mrs John Boyd, a son.

    At 8 Eglinton Lane, Eglinton Street, on the 29th ultimo, the wife of Mr Thomas Gardiner, builder, a son.

    At merkland, Kirkintilloch, on the 22d instant, Mrs Clement Ellis, a son.

    At Morningside House, Cambusnethan, on the 28th ultimo, Mrs William Aitken, a son.

    At Bishopton House, on the 29th ultimo, Mrs Robert Alexander Kidston, a son.

    At Manchester, on the 18th ultimo, the wife of Mr Robert H Johnston, of New York, US, a son.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At Levernholme, Renfrewshire, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. Dr. Muir, of St James’s, the Honourable Robert Stewart, of Omoa, Lord Provost of Glasgow, to Isabella, eldest daughter of John King, Esq., of Levernholme.

    At Thornville, Hillhead, Glasgow, on the 1st instant, by the Rev. Dr. Wardlaw, John Whitley Esq., Halifax, Yorkshire, to Jessie, daughter of Anthony McKeand Esq.

    At Albert Terrace, 183 Renfrew Street, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. William Scott, Mr James Wilson, Glasgow, to Susan, third daughter of the late John Paton Esq., Auchtermuchty.

    At 2 Brandon Place, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. Dr. Jamieson, the Rev. James Dewar, of Kilmodan, to Isabella, second daughter of the late Archibald Edmiston Esq.

    At 32 Adelphi Street, Hutchesontown, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. Mr Pollock, Kingston Church, Mr Alexander McVey, junr., Carron, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr George Mitchell, builder, Milnathort.

    At Sackville Place, Stirling’s Road, on the 28th ultimo, by the Rev. John Graham, Mr Mathew brown, flesher, Glasgow, to Catherine, youngest daughter of Mr Andrew Steven, portioner, Gallowgate Street, Glasgow.

    At 30 John Street, on the 24th ultimo, by the Rev. John Edmond, Mr James Elder, engraver, to Mary, eldest daughter of William Docherty Esq., Glasgow.

    At Jordanhill, on the 28th ultimo, by the Rev. Mr McColl, Partick, Mr William Kennedy, grocer, Partick, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr James Thomson, gardener, Jordanhill.

    At 3 Caledonia Street, Paisley, on the 1st instant, by the rev. JF Dickson, Mr James Craig, engineer, Paisley, to Catherine, only daughter of the late Mathew Killoch Esq., of Freeland, Inchinnan.

    At Dumbarton, on the 1st instant, by the Rev. James Smith, Mr Andrew Mactear, lithographer, Glasgow, to Janet Falconer, third daughter of the late Mr William Latta, shipowner, Dumbarton.

    At 1 Duncan Street, Greenock, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev, James Smith, Mr David Bowman, Glasgow, to Marion, eldest daughter of the late Mr Thomas Barbour, Greenock.

    At Allan Park, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. Dr. Beith, Duncan MacDongall Esq., to Fanny, daughter of the late William Wright Esq., Stirling.

    At Stewarton, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. David Laughland, Newarthill, Mr Andrew Laughland, merchant, Glasgow, to Mary Beattie, only daughter of the late Mr William Armstrong, merchant, Stewarton.

    At Hudson Square, Montrose, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. John Laird, Howard Bowser Esq., ironfounder, Glasgow, to Mary, third daughter of Francis Japp Esq., Montrose.

    At Clapham, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. Joshua R Watson, Vicar of St Nicholas, Warwick, John Murray Gartshore Esq., of Gartshore, to Augusta Louisa, widow of the Rev. William C Purdon, and daughter of the late Rev. George F and Lady Augusta Tavel.
     
    DEATHS [02]
     
    At Carluke, on the 29th ultimo, Margaret Taylor, aged 12 years, eldest daughter of the Rev. William Beattie, Minister of the parishes of Evie and Rendall, Orkney. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At Edinbarnet, on the 29th ultimo, Helen Jean, aged 20, youngest daughter of the late William Colquhoun Stirling Esq., of Law and Edinbarnet. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At 10 Clarendon Place, Glasgow, on the 27th ultimo, Margaret Jane, infant daughter of Mr Charles Watson.

    At 1 Columbia Place, on the 24th ultimo, Miss Allison, aged 79.

    At 114 Hyde Park Street, on the 24th ultimo, Mr James Taylor, wine and spirit merchant.

    At the Bank of Scotland, Airdrie, on the 26th instant, Janet Turner, wife of Mr GW Hill.

    At Craigton, on the 29th ultimo, Agnes Blackwood, wife of the Rev. Donald McDonald, Gourock.

    At Curriestanes, near Dumfries on the 29th ultimo, William Pagan Esq., of Curriestanes, at an advanced age.

    At Riccarton, Ayrshire, on the 26th ultimo, Mr Robert Wallace, in his 79th year. – surviving his wife, Agnes Morton, only three months.

    At 2 Queen’s Terrace, Southampton, on the 28th ultimo, Jane, youngest surviving daughter of Mr J McCall, Albert Terrace, Glasgow.
     
    5th July 1852

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At 41 St Vincent Crescent, on the 4th instant, Mrs William Easton, twin daughters.

    At 3 Martyr Street, on the 4th instant, Mrs Thomas Thomson, a daughter.

    At 15 Dixon Street, on the 3d instant, Mrs David Colville junr., a son.

    At King’s Arms Hotel, on the 3d instant, Mrs Williamson, a daughter.

    At 29 College Street, Glasgow, on the 3d instant, Mrs John Ross, twins, a son and daughter – still-born.

    At 154 Cowcaddens Street, on the 3d instant, Mrs James G Rowan, a son.

    At 4 Great Patrick Street, Belfast, on the 2d instant, Mrs William Bell, a daughter.

    At Chesnut Cottage, Bradford, Yorkshire, on the 30th ultimo, Mrs George Addison, a daughter.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At 151 West Nile Street, on the 1st instant, by the Rev. Dr. King, Mr William Allan, Professor of Dancing, Edinburgh, to Agnes, only daughter of the late Mr James Lethem.

    At 49 St Andrew’s Square, on the 30th ultimo, by the rev. Dr. Lorimer, Mr Andrew Peddie, Cathcart, to Janet, youngest daughter of the late Daniel McKinlay Esq., cooper, Glasgow.

    At Ladybank, parish of Kirkoswald, Ayrshire, on the 2d instant, by the Rev. Adam Blyth, of Girvan, George Young Hendry Esq., Rosemount, to Catherine, youngest daughter of Charles Boyd, Esq., of Ladybank.

    At Thomaston Cottage, Kirkoswald, on the 22d ultimo, by the Rev. Mr Findlay, Mr William Dick, merchant, Glasgow, to Sarah, daughter of Mr Andrew Findlay.

    At the parish Church, Bury, on the 1st instant, by the Rev. John Lawson, Andrew Sherlock, eldest son of Andrew Lawson Esq., of Aldborough Manor, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire, to Isabella, youngest daughter of John Grant Esq., of Nuttall Hall, Lancashire.
     
    DEATHS [02]
     
    At West Regent Street, on the 2d instant, Miss Sarah Hall, daughter of Mr Thomas Watson. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At 10 Hamilton Place, Partick, on the 2d instant, Mrs Robert Jackson. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At Liverpool, on the 3d instant, Archibald, son of the late Gabriel Walker Esq., merchant, Glasgow. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    Suddenly, at 34 York Street, on the 4th instant, Harriot Turner, aged 62 years, wife of Mr John McArthur.

    At 4 Wood Lane, on the 4th instant, Mary Mactavish, wife of Mr John Corbet.

    At 91 Eglinton Street, on the 3d instant, Elizabeth Langmuir, wife of Mr John watt, merchant, Glasgow.

    At 3 Apsley Place, on the 3d instant, Janet, aged 24, eldest daughter of Mr James Lawcock, Glasgow.

    At 108 South Portland Street, George Strowan, aged 3 years, third son of George Robertson Esq.

    At 102 Hospital Street, on the 3d instant, of fever, Marion, daughter of Mr William Howatt.

    At 46 Jail Square, on the 2d instant, Margaret Wilson, relict of Mr Thomas Hamilton, flesher, Glasgow.

    Suddenly, at 125 crown Street, on the 30th ultimo, Mr Hamilton Patton.

    At 52 Soho Street, on the 29th ultimo, Mr David Robb, aged 62 years.

    At Newmilns, on the 3d instant, Mr Adam Morton, manufacturer, aged 64 years.

    At Ibrox, near Glasgow, on the 28th ultimo, Martha Denroche, eldest daughter of Archibald Smith Esq.

    At Loanend, Paisley, on the 1st instant, Mr James Hamilton, coal merchant, aged 72.

    At Kilmun, on the 2d instant, Dr. Thomas Thomson, FRS., Professor of Chemistry, in the University of Glasgow, in his 80th year.

    At Stenhousemuir, Stirlingshire, on the 1st instant, James, only surviving child of Mr James Moir, tea merchant, Glasgow.

    At Glenavon, parish of Stonehouse, on the 25th ultimo, Marion Hamilton.

    At Strathaven, on the 22d ultimo, Mr Allan Brown, aged 28, eldest son of Dr. Andrew Brown.

    At Lady Bank House, Ayr, on the 21st ultimo, Mr John Sillar.

    Suddenly, at Lochgilphead, on the 11th ultimo, George Campbell Esq., of Ardlarach, Craignish, Argyllshire.
     
    9th July 1852

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At Saltcoats, on the 2d instant, Mrs Patrick Croker, a son.

    At 152 Buccleugh Street, on the 6th instant, Mrs George Shand, a daughter.

    At 12 Canning Street, on the 8th instant, Mrs William Miller, a son.

    At 2 Lynedoch Place, on the 7th instant, Mrs D McIntyre, a daughter.

    At 7 Annfield Place, on the 7th instant, Mrs Charles McDonald, a son.

    At 3 Jane Street, Blythswood Square, on the 5th instant, Mrs Thomas Jack, a son.

    At 180 Hope Street, on the 5th instant, Mrs R Cleland, a daughter.

    At 18 Taylor Street, on the 5th instant, Mrs James McHaffie, a daughter.

    At 30 Nelson Street, Tradeston, on the 5th instant, Mrs William McKenzie, a daughter.

    At 22 Balmanno Street, on the 27th ultimo, Mrs Robert Rankin, a daughter.

    At Hamilton Crescent, Partickhill, on the 6th instant, Mrs Moses Hunter, a daughter.

    At Denovan House, Stirlingshire, on the 7th instant, Mrs James Graham Adam, a son.

    At Strathleven Place, Dumbarton, on the 2d instant, Mrs Dr. Richard, a son.

    At Balgone Barns, by North Berwick, on the 3d instant, Mrs James Guild, a son.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At 29 North Portland Street, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. Peter Currie, Stockwell Free Church, Mr Robert Tudhope, lithographer, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr James C Ranken.

    At Maxwell Street, on the 7th instant, by the Rev. John Edmond, of regent Place UP Church, Mr John Hilton, Glasgow, to Joan, eldest daughter of the late John Carrick Esq., merchant, Glasgow.

    At 7 Queen Street, on 6th instant, by the Rev. James Meiklam, Mr David Campbell, to Margaret, daughter of Mr Samuel Munro, Rosebank, Dornoch, Sutherlandshire.

    At Park House, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Anderson, Mr Thomas Osborne, merchant, Glasgow, to Ann, eldest daughter of Duncan Campbell Esq.

    At Pollokshaws, on the 2d instant, by the Rev. Mr Law, Mr Neil Gray jun., merchant, Barrhead, to NH Howat, eldest daughter of John Howat Esq., there.

    At Greenhouse, Kilmarnock, on the 7th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Stirling, of Galston, John Scott Esq., of Australia, to Agnes, second daughter of John Thomson Esq.

    At Ayr, on the 7th instant, by the Rev. David McEwan, Mr Hugh M Ashcroft, Master of Commercial Department Hamilton Academy, to Agnes, daughter of Adam Nicol, Esq., Ayr.

    At Linlithgow, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Bell, JAMES d Kirkwood Esq., Inspector of Poor of Govan, Glasgow, to Agnes, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Marshall, junr., Esq.

    At Aberdeen, on the 2d instant, by the rev. Samuel A Walker, St Paul’s, George Mills Esq., Glasgow, to Margaret Edwards, widow of James Pratt Esq. and daughter of Douglas Edwards Esq., Aberdeen.

    At Clapham, on the 29th ultimo, John Murray Gartshore, Esq., of Gartshore, Dumbartonshire, to Augusta Louisa, widow of the Rev. William C Pardon, and daughter of the late Rev. George Fredrich and Lady Augusta Tavil.

    At Brockville, Canada West, on the 16th ultimo, by the Rev. John Whyte, David Robertson Esq., to Ruth Elizabeth, second daughter of George Malloch Esq., Judge, United Counties of Leeds and Grenville.

    At Melbourne, Port Philip, on the 11th March, by the rev. Mr Hetherington, matthew hervey Esq., to Alice, eldest daughter of Charles Williamson Esq., Melbourne.
     
    DEATHS [02]
     
    At 43 Norfolk Street, on the 2d instant, Mrs Captain L McQuarrie. – Friends will please accept this intimation.

    At 10 Hamilton Place, Partick, on the 7th instant, Jane, youngest daughter of the late Robert Jackson, of Torphin. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At the Rev. A McEwen’s, Helensburgh, on the 7th instant, Isabella, second daughter of the late Alexander Robertson Esq., Dunfermline. – Friends are requested to accept this intimation.

    At Inveraray, on the 6th instant, Ann Cassels, wife of Mr William Hannay, writer there. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At 32 Macfarlane Street, Glasgow, on the 8th instant, Mr John McBeth, aged 60 years.

    At 3 Jane Street, Blythswood Square, on the 7th instant, the infant son of Mr Thomas Jack,

    At Clyde Bank, on the 5th instant, Margaret, daughter of David Angus, aged 13 months.

    At Dalmarnock, in the house of Mr Mackain, her maternal uncle, on the 6th instant, Christina Sutherland, aged 13, younger daughter of the late Mr Alexander Bruce, Edinburgh.

    At 6 Wallace Street, Paisley, on the 4th instant, Isabella Cathcart, aged 50 years, relict of Alexander Cathcart, merchant there.

    At Gourock, on the 5th instant, Mr William Milroy, merchant, Glasgow, aged 74 years.

    At Rothesay, on the 8th instant, Mr Walter R Stein, of Glasgow.

    At Croftmalloch, Whitburn, on the 4th instant, William Smith Esq., aged 69 years.

    At Hutchiston, Dunblane, on the 4th instant, Campbell, aged 11 years, eldest son of Mr Campbell King, Partick.

    At Luddington House, Surrey, on the 6th instant, John Macfarlan Esq., of Ballancleroche, Stirlingshire.

    Suddenly, at his residence, Westbourne Park Road, London, on the 1st instant, Charles McNaughton Esq.

    At Toronto, Canada West, on the 7th ultimo, on his way home, William, son of the late Mr Ross Robertson, Foxbar.

    At Montreal, on the 28th May, Duncan Stewart Esq., merchant, there.

    At Belize, Honduras, on the 28th May last, Isabella Balfour, aged 4 years, youngest daughter of Thomas Syuart Esq., merchant, there.

    At Auckland, New Zealand, on the 8th January, Jessie Robertson, wife of Mr James Hamilton, baker.
     
    12th July 1852

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At 12 Ure Place, on the 11th instant, Mrs Robert Bald, a daughter.

    At 180 St George’s Road, on the 10th instant, Mrs Alexander Sprunt, a son.

    At 75 Robertson Street, on the 10th instant, Mrs John Wotherspoon, a son.

    At 18 Norfolk Street, on the 9th instant, Mrs D Stewart, a son.

    At 24 Scotland Street, Mrs William Craig, a son.

    At Pollokshields, on the 10th instant, Mrs James McGibbon, a son.

    At Lovaine crescent, Newcastle, on the 7th instant, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Duncan, a son.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At 14˝ Cochrane Street, on the 9th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Paterson, Mr Alexander Malcolm, to Mary, only daughter of Mr John Downes.

    At the Royal Asylum, Gartnavel, Glasgow, Glasgow, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. Mr Ferguson, Mr George Gillies, PA, to Margaret, daughter of Mr Finnie of Greenock.

    At Airies, Wigtownshire, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. R Hogarth, Mr Francis Younger, merchant, Glasgow, to Jane, daughter of Andrew McWilliam Esq.

    At St Nicholas, Brighton, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. HM Wagner, vicar, Alexander de Montfleury Esq., of Glasgow, to Catherine, third daughter of the late Thomas Storar Esq., of east Dulwich.
     
    DEATHS [02] At Auchintoshan, on the 10th instant, after two day’s illness, Mr Alexander Filshie, distiller. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At linthouse, on the 10th instant, Miss Rowand, aged 86 years. – Friends are requested to accept of this intimation.

    At 43 Norfolk Street, on the 2d instant, Margaret McAlpine, relict of Captain Lachlan McQuarrie, 93d Regiment of Highlanders.

    At Saltcoats, on the 8th instant, Grace Buchanan, wife of Mr JH McClure, writer, Glasgow.

    At Lochside, Lochwinnoch, on the 7th instant, Mrs Barr, of Lochside.

    At Cambusnethan, on the 27th ultimo, Robert, son of Mr William Clealland.

    At Marshall Place, Perth, on the 4th instant, Margaret Ritchie, relict of Laurence Robertson Esq.

    At New York, on the 16th ultimo, Mrs John Urquhart.

    At his farm of Bosworth, in the County of Camden, New South Wales, on the 13th March, Patrick Hill Esq., of Caoura, surgeon, RN., and medical superintendent of the Colonial Hospitals, Parramatta.

    ANOTHER DEATH FROM DROWNING – WARNING TO BATHERS [abbreviated][02] A young man of the name of Law, son of Mr David law, Gardiner, was drowned today (Wednesday). While bathing in the river Girvan, near Killochan Castle. Law ventured beyond his depth, got cramped, and sunk to rise to more in life. He was on the verge of manhood and a fine industrious young man... – Ayr Advertiser.
     
    16th July 1852

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At 48 London Street, on the 15th instant, Mrs John Morison, a son.

    At 110 Peel Terrace, on the 14th instant, Mrs William Watt, a daughter.

    At the Albert Tavern, Wilson Street, Glasgow, on the 14th instant, Mrs A McCrostie, a daughter.

    At 64 Abbotsford Place, on the 13th instant, Mrs N McEachran, a daughter.

    At 28 Cook Street, on the 13th instant, Mrs John Galloway, a son.

    At 189 Buchanan Street, on the 10th instant, Mrs William Grierson, a daughter.

    At 13 Carnarvon Street, on the 10th instant, Mrs DC Nicol, a daughter.

    At St Malo, on the 28th ultimo, the wife of Robert T Monteith Esq., British Vice-Consul, there, a son.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At Greenock, on the 13th instant, by the Rev. James Smith Free Middle Church, Mr James Wilson, merchant, Glasgow, to Jessie Duncan, daughter of Duncan Fletcher, Esq.

    On the 15th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Runciman, Mr Graham C McLean, captain of the screw steamer Metropolitan, to Catherine, third daughter of the late Mr John McNish, shipmaster, Greenock.

    At 379 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, on the 13th instant, by the Rev. John Boyd, West Kilbride, the uncle of the bride, Mr John King, Murrow’s Park, Govan, to Mary Ann, only surviving daughter of the late Mr George McMurray, Glasgow.

    At Port Dundas, on the 13th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Robson, Edward Agustus Blair, Esq., merchant, St Louis, US. of America, to Marion Morrison, second daughter of Thomas Harvey Esq. of Muirend.

    At 68 Canon Street, on the 15th instant, by the Rev. Mr Gillan, Mr Robert Irvine, joiner, to Agnes, first daughter of the late Mr John cross.

    At Hamilton, on the 13th instant, by the Rev. M Battersby, Mr John Frew, ironfounder, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Mr Robert McNaughton, Glasgow.

    At Auldtoun, Lesmahagow, on the 13th instant, by the Rev. John Steele, Portmoak, Andrew Smith Esq., factor, Blackwood, to Janet, youngest daughter of the late Gavin Hamilton Esq., of Auldtoun.

    At his Church, Crown Court, London, on the 12th instant, by the Rev. John Cumming, DD., James McEwan Esq., of Glasgow, to Clara, second daughter of the late Samuel Coates, Esq., iron merchant, Wolverhampton.

    At Detroit, State of Michigan, USA, on the 19th ultimo, by the Rev. James McLaurin, of Birmingham, Oakland County, Mr Alexander Duncan, of Hoadley Farm, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Mr Gilbert Hamilton, Buchanan Street, Glasgow.
     
    DEATHS [02]
     
    At Glasgow, on the 14th instant, Mrs Neilson, eldest daughter of the late James Spreull Esq. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At 18 Apsley Place, on the 12th instant, Pollok, youngest son of Mr John Hedderwick.

    At 7 Rutland Place, Govan Road, on the 15th instant, Arthur, aged 11 months, youngest son of Mr James Hedderwick.

    At 42 Dunlop Street, on the 15th instant, of Bronchitis, Mr James Scott, flesher, at the age of 63.

    Suddenly, at 10 Rutland Place, Govan Road, Glasgow, on the 14th instant, Miss brash, sister of the late Rev. William Brash.

    At Carnarvon Street, Glasgow, on the 14th instant, Henrietta, widow of Samuel Brown Esq., civil engineer, Southwark, London.

    At 90 Bell Street, on the 14th instant, Mr Daniel McCallum, wine and spirit merchant.

    At 47 Renfrew Street, on the 12th instant, Margaret Hall, relict of Mr Archibald Malcolm, manufacturer, Glasgow.

    At 25 Canning Street, on the 12th instant, Janet Thomson, wife of Mr David Wilson.

    At Aikendean, on the 13th instant, Mr John Flint.

    At Newlands, East Kilbride, on the 12th instant, Margaret Cooper, wife of James Yuill Esq., of Newlands.

    At Johnstone, on the 11th instant, Jean Craig, aged 78(?), relict of Mr William Cochran, Church Street, Johnstone.

    At Beith, on the 11th instant, Mr Archibald Ferguson Love, aged 23, late clerk in the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway Coy.’s office, Glasgow, and second son of Mr John Love, Cross, Beith.

    At Greenock, on the 14th instant, after a few hour’s illness, William, eldest son of John MacCunn Esq., of Liverpool, and formerly of Greenock.

    At Offerance Tile Workm Buchlivie, on the 9th instant, Isabella Gilmour, aged 45 years, wife of Mr William McGie.

    At Berryden House, Aberdeen, on the 5th instant, Rear-Admiral David Scott, in his 78th year.

    MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE ON THE TAY [abbreviated][02] On Saturday afternoon a party, consisting of Mr William W Neish, son of Captain Neish, John Mclauchlan, writer, Peter Geddes walker, clerk in the British Linen Company’s bank, Alexander Kinmond, son of Mr Peter Kinmond, merchant, and Henry bell, son of the late Mr James Bell, rope and sailmaker, all of this town, left the harbour in a boat about three o’clock to visit Newport. The boat – the “Shadow” – is a remarkably light, fleet craft, being altogether unequalled on the river for her speed...between seven and eight o’clock in the evening the boat was at the usual landing place at Newport, and the crew prepared to return. It was now within two hours of high tide, and a breeze prevailing from the southward. Young Mr Neish stated his fears that it would not be well to attempt to cross the river in her that night, and said he would not venture in her, when David Kay, son of Mr Alexander Kay, wine and spirit merchant, offered to take his oar...within a quarter of an hour of leaving Newport, and when the boat had reached a part of the river known as Wormitt’s Bay, the boat “shipped a sea” over the bow...and the boat sank from under them...all five could swim...two got to the boat and the other three held by the gunwale and the keel...McLachlan tried floating towards the shore..after two hours Kay, the youngest of the party complained about cramp, and almost immediately after he sunk. Bell went next, and the survivor, Walker, remembers no more, having no recollection of seeing Kinmond fall away from the boat. .. - Dundee Advertiser

    FATAL ACCIDENT BY DROWNING, NEAR BLANTYRE [abbreviated][02] On Monday last, a young man named Alexander Mann, son of Mr Robert Mann, went into a pool in the Calder, a little below Calderwood castle, usually called the “plank hole”, for the purpose of enjoying a bath. He was seen standing up to the breast...when he suddenly disappeared. Deceased was unmarried, of sober and industrious habits...
     
    19th July 1852

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At 59 Bath Street, on the 18th instant, Mrs Donald Ross, junr., a son.

    At 5 Woodlands terrace, on the 18th instant, Mrs Daniel McFarlane, a son.

    At 11 Turner’s Court, on the 18th instant, Mrs Walter Kennedy, a daughter.

    At 8 Sandyford Place, on the 17th instant, Mrs George F Coulson, a son.

    At 7 Brighton Place, on the 16th instant, Mrs Robert Morton, twins – son and daughter.

    At 50 Nelson Street, Tradeston, on the 16th instant, the wife of Captain Allan Brown, a son.

    At 6 Franklin Terrace, on the 12th instant, the wife of Mr Robert Curle, shipbuilder, a daughter.

    At 152 Ashton Vale, Buccleuch Street, on the 12th instant, Mrs John Burnet, a son.

    At 140 Digbeth, Birmingham, on the 11th instant, the wife of Mr William K Johnstone, grain merchant, a son.

    At Singapore, on the 11th May, Mrs Dr. Cowpar, a daughter.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At 28 crown Street, on the 16th instant, by the Rev. John Edmond, Mr David Girdwood, at Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr William Kaye, hat manufacturer.

    At Woodend, Parish of Erskine, on the 16th instant, by the Rev. Thomas McKee, Mr David Smith, wright, Broomlands, Inchinnan, to Isabella, daughter of Mr John McNeil.

    At Lockerby, on the 12th instant, by the Rev. Hugh Douglas, Mr William Crauford, Glasgow, to Caroline Matilda, second daughter of Mr Alexander Anderson, commission merchant, there.

    At the Manse of Tyree, on the 8th instant, by the rev. Dr. Mcleod, of Morven, Alexander Wentworth Cameron, Esq., to Isabella Margaret, youngest daughter of the Rev. Neil Maclean of Tyree, Argyllshire.

    At Berrington Street Chapel, by the Rev. W Aldridge, Mr R Hamilton, merchant, Troon, Ayrshire, to Miss Keay, daughter of the late W Keay, Esq., of the Above Eign, near Hereford.
     
    DEATHS [02]
     
    Suddenly, at 11 Franklin Terrace, Glasgow, on the 18th instant, Margaret, daughter of the late Mr Alexander McCulloch, Portpatrick. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At Lancefield House, on the 17th instant, the infant son of Mr James R Napier.

    At 26 East College Street, on the 17th instant, Mary Donald, youngest child of Mr George Smith, plumber and gasfitter.

    At 23 Graeme Street, on the 17th instant, Margaret, third daughter of the late Mr Peter Cameron, bleacher.

    At 37 Graeme Street, on the 16th instant, John, youngest son of Mr Andrew Harper.

    At 232 St Vincent Street, on the 13th instant, James Douglas Esq.

    At Pollokshaws, on the 14th instant, the infant son of Mr George Mackay.

    Suddenly, at Airdrie, on the 14th instant, Mr James Wadell.

    At 45 Causeyside Street, Paisley, on the 6th instant, Agnes, aged 12 years, youngest daughter of Mr John McCoull, pattern designer.

    At Cardwell Terrace, Gourock, on the 11th instant, after a few hour’s illness, Mrs Jane Stark, wife of Mr Robert Kirkwood, 17 Florence Place.

    At Dunoon, on the 12th instant, Margaret Blackburn, relict of Mr John Muir, manufacturer, Paisley.

    At Trinidad, on the 10th ultimo, Mr George Ross, Tain, Ross-shire.
     
    23rd July 1852

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At North Montrose Street, on the 11th instant, Mrs Walter Baxter, a son.

    At 2 Greenvale Place, on the 22d instant, Mrs Robert Forrester, a daughter.

    At 48 Nelson Street, on the 18th instant, Mrs George Fisher, a daughter, who survived only a few hours.

    At 11 Dundas Street, on the 17th instant, Mrs John McArthur, a daughter.

    At Pencaitland House, East Lothian, on the 19th instant, Mrs George Findlay, a daughter.

    At Haynish, Tyree, on the 4th instant, Mrs George Mclean, a daughter.

    At Dalston, London, on the 15th instant, Mrs Thomas Ryder, a son

    At Ebenezer, Jamaica, on the 19th ultimo, the wife of the Rev. Andrew Main, Presbyterian Missionary, a son.

    At Rajcote, Bombay Presidency, on the 19th May, the wife of Major GG Malet, 3d Regiment Bombay Cavalry, superintendent of Guicowar Contingent Horse, a daughter.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At 95 George Street, Glasgow, on the 21st instant, by the Rev. Dr. Smith, of Cathcart, Mr Alexander Lang, Port-Glasgow, to Jessie, daughter of Captain D Campbell, late of the 57th Regiment.

    At 16 Annfield Place, on the 20th instant, by the rev. John Kerr, Mr DP Bell, merchant, Alnwick, to Agnes Buchanan, second daughter of the late Thomas Lang Esq., builder, Glasgow.

    At 221 Argyll Street, Glasgow, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. TO Prescott, Minister of the New Jerusalem Temple, Cathedral Street, Mr William Fleming, compositor, to Agnes, only daughter of Mr Robert McWaters, tailor and clothier, Glasgow.

    At Greenland, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. William Logan, Free Church, Sanquhar, Mr Thomas Laidlaw, accountant, Western Bank of Scotland, Stewarton, to Grace, second daughter of John Hair(?) Esq., farmer.

    At Kilbarchan, on the 16th instant, by the Rev. George Alison, Mr James Love, to mary, eldest daughter of Mr James Hall, grocer, there.

    At Springburn Cottage, Saltcoats. On the 20th instant, by the Rev. Thomas Findlay, West Kilbride Free Church, Mr David G Simpson, merchant, Kilwinning, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Hugh Morris, Esq.

    At Old Cumnock, on the 20th instant, Mr William Hope, warehouseman, Glasgow, to sarah, second daughter of Mr Archibald Sliman, Old Cumnock.

    At Llanfairynghornwy, in Anglesea, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. James Vincent, BD, Canon of Bangor, Professor AC Ramsay, FRS, to Mary Laisa, second daughter of the Rev. James Williams, BD, rector of the above place, and Honorary Chancellor of Bangor Cathedral.

    At St Peter’s Church, Liverpool, by special license, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. JW Welsh, JP Brown, Esq., merchant, Glasgow, to Jessie, second daughter of the late Robert McCandlish Esq., Glasgow. DEATHS [02]
     
    At 34 Dundas Street, on the 20th instant, Mr David Bowie, brush manufacturer, aged 59. – Friends will please accept this intimation.

    At Demerara, on the 14th ultimo, James Dunlop, Esq., of Plantation, Maria’s Lodge, formerly of Glasgow. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At 130 Great Hamilton Street, on the 20th instant, John Jamieson, youngest son of Mr Andrew Angus.

    At 130 Renfield Street, on the 20th instant, Mr Robert Barrett, blacksmith.

    At 14 Wardrop Street, Paisley, on the 20th instant, Mr Jesse Clay, officer of Inland Revenue.

    At Blair House, near Dunfermline, on the 19th instant, Jane. Only daughter of William Ferrie Esq.

    At Strathkinness, Fifeshire, on the 18th instant, Mrs Robert Latta, in her 85th year.

    At Leadhills, on the 15th instant, Anne, youngest daughter of Mr David Weir.

    At Largs, on the 12th instant, Lillias, youngest daughter of Mr Thomas Kerr.
     
    26th July 1852

     

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At 16 Fitzroy Place, on the 24th instant, Mrs Muir Wood., a son.

    At 12 Newton Place, on the 23d instant, Mrs William Davie, a son.

    At 80 Canning Street, on the 24th instant, Mrs Thomas Mitchell, a son.

    At Marleybank, on the 21st instant, Mrs Robert Sword, a daughter.

    At Lamlash, on the 21st instant, Mrs John Angus, a daughter.

    At Park View, Plymouth Grove, Manchester, on the 22d instant, Mrs Angus McBean, a daughter.

    At Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on the 8th instant, the wife of James Kearney White Esq., a daughter.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At 49 Dalhousie Street, on the 22d instant, by the Rev. Dr. Robson, Mr John Wilson, merchant, Glasgow, to Margaret Clark, relict of Mr John Morton, junr.

    At Lennoxtown, on the 22d instant, by the Rev. Thomas Monro, Mr Clayton Smith, engraver, Lennox Mill, to Jessie, fourth daughter of the late Mr James Cowan, there.
     
    DEATHS [02]
     
    At Inverkip, on the 23d instant, Margaret McFarlan, relict of Mr Archibald Boag. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At Inveraray, on the 18th instant, Mr John Bell, writer. – Friends will please accept of this intimation.

    At 326 Argyll Street, Glasgow, on the 25th instant, Beatrix Kerr, aged 59, wife of Mr Thomas Pringle, dyer, late of Hawick.

    At 17 Richard Street, on the 25th instant, Andrew, youngest son of Mr James White.

    At 80 New City Road, on the 24th instant, Alexander, aged 13, only son of Mr Alexander Walker Maclean, formerly of Edinburgh.

    At 124 Blythswood Terrace, Bothwell Street, on the 24th instant, Janet, aged 24, eldest daughter of the late Mr David Wilson, of the Bank of Scotland, Glasgow.

    At 7 Brighton Place, Glasgow, on the 22d instant, Robert, aged 17 months, son of Mr William Whyte.

    At Gorbals House, Balfron, on the 23d instant, Dr. Blair.

    At Roseneath, on the 22d instant, John Christie, aged 3˝ years, second son of Mr John C Foulds, accountant, Glasgow.

    At 36 West Blackhall Street, Greenock, on the 21st instant, Agnes Macmillan, wife of Mr N Leitch, teacher.

    At 2 Shaw Place, Greenock, on the 18th instant, of fever, caught in the discharge of professional duty, John Smith Esq., MD.

    At Bonhill, on the 17th instant, Margaret Neill, in the 36th year of her age, wife of the late Mr Richard Stevens.

    At Rangoon, on the 6th May last, Major Robert A Lockhart, HM., 80th Regiment, second son of the late Robert Lockhart Esq., of Castlehill.
     
    30th July 1852

     
    BIRTHS [02]
     
    At 415 Parliamentary Road, on the 29th instant, Mrs Patrick Mckellar, a son.

    At 299 Sauchiehall Street, on the 28th instant, Mrs Archibald Muir, a son.

    At 75 Norfolk Street, on the 27th instant, Mrs Robert Stirrat, a daughter.

    At 11 Somerset Place, on the 26th instant, Mrs Ludolph Schwabe, a daughter.

    At 405 St Vincent Street, on the 25th instant, the wife of the Rev. Dr. McGilvray, a son.

    At Thornliebank, on the 28th instant, Mrs George Orr, a son.

    At Hartfield, near Dumbarton, on the 28th instant, Mrs William Baird, twins – a son and daughter.

    At 67 High Street, Johnstone, on the 23d instant, the wife of Patrick Stirling Esq., MD., a son.

    At Kempoch, Gourock, on the 27th instant, Mrs Colin Turner, a daughter.

    At Wemyss Bay, on the 26th instant, Mrs JG Fleming, a son, who survived only a few hours.
     
    MARRIAGES [02]
     
    At 10 Monteith Row, Glasgow, on the 29th instant, by the Rev. William Ramage, James Stevenson Esq., MD., London, to Helen, daughter of the late William Elmslie Esq., Aberdeen.

    At Glasgow, on the 29th instant, by the Rev. Andrew Macfarlan, Mr Donald Campbell, innkeeper, Amulree, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr Daniel McInnes, Fort William.

    At 96 Washington Street, on the 28th instant, by the Rev. Norman McLeod, Captain John McArthur, of the ship Ottawa, to Christina, eldest daughter of Donald McPhie Esq., wine merchant, Glasgow.

    At 44 Norfolk Street, on the 26th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Muir, of St James’s, Mr William Kay, to Susan Lindsay, youngest daughter of the late Mr John Leck, plasterer, Glasgow.

    At Moorburn, Largs, on the 27th instant, by the Rev. John Kinross, John Maxwell Esq., of Baillieston, to Jessie, daughter of Major Morris.

    At Campbeltown, on the 27th instant, by the Rev. Dugald Mactaggart, Inveraray, Charles Mactaggart Esq., Procurator-Fiscal, to Margaret Stewart, daughter of the late Captain Henry Dundas Beatson, of HM, cruiser Swift.

    At Lochgilphead, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. Mr McKenzie, Free Church, Mr Duncan McTavish, Island of Shuna, to Susan, daughter of Mr Duncan McDougall, Dunad, Argyllshire.

    At St Ann’s Church. Aigburth, near Liverpool, Gordon Badenoch Esq., to Priscilla, third daughter of the late Alexander McGachen Esq., Hermitage Villa.

    At St Ann’s Aigburth, near Liverpool, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. Henry Hampton, Thomas Nimmo Esq., of Georgetown, Demerara, to Eliza Catherine, youngest daughter of David Gladstone Esq., of Aigburth.

    At Biloxi, US., on the 29th ultimo, Thomas Sellar Esq., eldest son of the late Patrick Sellar Esq., of Westfield, to Adele Leonide, fourth daughter of the late John Bligh Byrne Esq. of New Orleans.

    At New York, US, on the 22d ultimo, by the Rev. Samuel Osgood, Mr William N Paul, to Miss Jessie Mackersie, of Glasgow, Scotland.
     
    DEATHS [02]
     
    At 3 Cathcart Street (Cleland Testimonial), on the 28th instant, Professor Alexander Duncan. – Friends will please accept of this notification.

    Suddenly, at Millport, on the 19th instant, Marion Taylor, eldest daughter of Mr William Linn, manufacturer, Glasgow. – Friends will please accept this intimation.

    At 4 Washington Street, on the 27th instant, Mary, aged 18 months, youngest daughter of Mr Alexander Miln.

    At 56 Great Hamilton Street, on the 26th instant, John Macgregor, second son of Mr John Williamson.

    At 35 St. Andrew Street, on the 26th instant, Helen, daughter of the late Mr James Leck, Anderston.

    At his son’s residence, 57 New Street, Calton, on the 26th instant, Mr David Baird, aged 78.

    At 8 South St. Mungo Street, on the 25th instant, Mr George Robertson, aged 77 years.

    At 79 George Street, Glasgow, on the 24th instant, Mrs Janet Smith Mayne, aged 48 years, relict of Mr William Mayne, writer, Glasgow.

    At Baldarroch, Campsie, on the 29th instant, Robert, youngest son of Mr Robert Young.

    At Kinneshead, Parish of Eastwood, on the 28th instant, Mr James Faulds, farmer, in the 86th year of his age.

    At Parkhead, on the 26th instant, Mr Gilbert Lang, solicitor in Glasgow, aged 54 years.

    At Alexandria, vale of Leven, on the 24th instant, Mr John Glen, engraver.

    At 6 Elder Street, Edinburgh, on the 27th instant, Agnes Rae, in the 16th year of her age, daughter of Mr John brown, Binniehill Colliery, Slamannan.

    At Biggar, on the 19th instant, Mr John Pairman, merchant, Peebles.

    At Portlethen, on the 16th instant, Helen, alias “Auld Nelly”, Main, aged 102 years.

    On board of the ship Marion, of Glasgow, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, on the 26th ultimo, Anne Hunter, wife of Mr Aeneas Smith, late of Glasgow.
     

     

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