10 DECEMBER 1859, Page 9


On the 30th of November, at Sandgate. Kent, the Wife of Captain Eteson, A.D.C., Third (the Buffs) Regiment, of a daughter. On the 1st of December, at 16, Gratton Street, the Countess Conrtown, of a son. • On the 2d, the Wife of Major-General T. Chase Parr, of a son. On the 2d, at Boulogne.sur-Mer, the Wife of Rear-Admiral Hathorne, of a daughter.

On the 3d, at M'ithington Hall, Cheshire, the Viscountess St. Vincent, of a son. On the 4th, at Cranmer Hall, Norfolk, the Wife of Sir Willoughby Jones, Bart., of a daughter.

On the 6th, at 57, Upper Seymour Street, the Lady Louisa Dillon, of a son. MARRIAGES.

On -the 26th of November, at St. Luke's, Chelsea, W. Leigh Clam, Esq., of West Derby, to Frances Louisa, only daughter of the late General George Wright, Royal Engineers. On the 1st of December, at St. Luke's, Chelsea, Francis William Newdigate,, Esq., late Coldstream Guards, and eldest son of Francis Ncwdigate, Esq., to Char- lotte Elizabeth, daughter of General Sir Alexander and Lady Woodford.

On the 1st, at St. James's Church, Piccadilly, John George C. L. Newnliam, Esq.7 H.B.M.'s Consul at Amsterdam, to Louise Cornelia, daughter of the Rev. Henry Dudley Ryder, Canon of Lichfield.

On the 3d, at St. James's Church, Piccadilly, John Curtois Adolphus Bones, M.A., and Member of the Senate of the University of Cambridge, hamster-at-law, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., elder son of John Bones, Esq., of Clarendon House, Maida Vale, and Burglifield, Barks, to Susan Walker, youngest daughter [of John Walker Rally, Esq., of Champion Park, Denmark Hill,


On the 25th of November, at Heston, the Rev. Henry Scott Trimmer, last sur- viving son of the celebrated Mrs. Trimmer, fifty-five years Vicar of Heston. Middle- sex, and a Deputy-Lieutenant for the county ; and, on the 27th, Mary Driver Trim-, mer, Wife of the above. On the 26th, at Oporto, in her twentieth year, Jane, only daughter of F. J. Van Zeller, H.M.F. Majesty's Consul-General in London. On the 29th at 73 Westbourne Terrace of bronchitis, Hannah, Lady O'Conor, Widow of the late Rear-Admiral Sir Richard O'Conor, K.C.H.

On the 1st of December, at Cranmer Hall. Norfolk, the Dowager Lady Jones, Widow of the late Major-General Sir John Thomas Jones, Bart., K.C.B., of the Royal Engineers.

On the 2d, at Kingston-on-Thames, in his eighty-fourth year, William Roots, Esq., M.D.

On the 3d, at 8, Montpelier 'Villas, Brighton, aged seventy, of bronchitis, Colonel Edward William Bray, CS., late of H.M.'s Thirty-ninth ( Dorsetshire) Regiment.

On the 3d, at 51, Jermyn Street, Robert Dennistoun Campbell, C.B., Lieutenant- Colonel of II.31.'s Seventy-first Highland Light Infantry, aged forty-three. On the 5th, at 16, Chesham Place, in his seventy-seventh year, the Right Hon, Lord William Robert Keith Douglas, youngest brother of Charles, Fifth Marquis of Queensberry, and of John, Sixth Marquis.

On the 5th, the Hon. Mr. Justice Crowder, in the sixty-fourth year of his age. On the 5th. at Flowerfield, Garvagh, county Londonderry, William Napier, the infant son of S. Laurence Cox, Esq., J.P. On the 6th, at Si. Marine Parade, Brighton, at the advanced age of eighty-four, General Sir Frederick William Trench.