10 MARCH 1860, Page 19


On the 27th of February, at St. John's Lodge, the Wife of the Rev. Dr. Bateson, Master of St. John's College, of a daughter.

On the 4th of March, at Slains Castle, Aberdeenshire, the Countess of Erroll, of a daughter.

On the 4th, at 22, Carlton Road Villas, Kentish Town, the Wife of Godfrey Tur- ner, Esq., of a son.

On the 5th, Lady Walter Scott, of a sou and heir.


On the 2d of January, at Mussorie, Lieutenant W. G. Murray, Sixty-eighth N.I., Topographical Assist., Great Trigl. Survey of India, to Florence Isabella, daughter of the late Captain .7. D. Young, Brigade-Major Queen's Troops, Fort William, Calcutta.

On the 19th, at St. Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta, by the Veu. the Archdeacon, N. W. Elphinstone, Esq., Deputy-Commissioner in the Punjaub, second son of Captain Elphinstone, R.N.. of Livonia, Devonshire, to Georgina Henrietta Elliot., youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-General the Right. Hon. Sir George Arthur, Bart. On the 24th, at Colombo, Lieutenant-Colonel F. C. Maude, Royal Artillery, C.B, and V.C., eldest son of Captain the Hon. F. Maude, R.N., to Pauline S. Sterling. only daughter of the Hon. Paul Sterling, Acting Chief Justice, Ceylon. On the 29th of February, at the Branch Synagogue, Great Portland Street, J. Bergtheil, Esq., Member of the Legislative Council of Natal, to Ziporah, daughter of the late Aron Joseph, Esq.

On the 1st of March, at St. George's Church, Hanover Square, Captain E. P. Charlewood, R.N., to Sarah Trascott, niece of the late Rear-Admiral W. W. Hen- derson.

On the 6th, at Trinity Church, St. Marjlebone, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Brisbane, Australia. Robert George Tufnell, Esq., Commander R.N., se- cond son of the Rev. George Tufnell, to Jessie Isabel, youngest daughter of the late Sir William Curtis, Bart., of Portland Place, London, and Cliff House, Ramsgate.


On the 23d of January, at Calcutta, W. Cavendish Spencer, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, aged thirty, eldest son of the Right Rev. Bishop Spencer, late Bishop of Madras.

On the 23d of February, at 9, Royal Crescent, Bath, the Right Hon. Lady Jane Hamilton, relict of Archibald Hamilton, Esq., of Roselle, and daughter of Hugh, Twelfth Earlof Eglinton, aged eighty-five. On the 24th, at- Windsor, the Rev. William Canning, Canon of Windsor, in his eighty-second year. On the 25th, at Little Chishill, Sir Peter Buckworth Somme, Bart., aged sixty-six. On the 28th, lost an board the Nimrod steamer, on the passage from Liverpool to Cork, Sir John Judkin Fitzgerald, Bart., of Phis yn Roe, St. Asaph, aged seventy-two. On the 29th, the Lord Viscount Southwell, K.P., aged eighty-three. On the 29th, at his apartments, Charles Street, St. James's, Major-General Red- mond William Brough, aged sixty-eight. On the 29th, at Chelsea Rectory, the Rev. Charles Kingsley, Rector of Chelsea, aged seventy-eight.

On the 1st of March, at Caverse Caere, Vice-Admiral Bober Riddell Carre, of Ca- vere Carre, aged seventy-nine.

On the 2d, at 16, Blandford Square, Dame Helena Cecilia, wife of Sir George Hay- ter, Kt. and K.S.L.

On the 2d, Augusta, widow of the late Dr. Elder, of the Charterhouse.

On the 3d, at thulgarten Constance, Grand Duchy of Baden, Sir Grenville Leo- frie Temple, Bart., aged thirty.

On the 4th, at the Palace, Dublin, Blanche, wife of Captain G. H. Wale, R.N., and youngest daughter of his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin. On the .5th, at Press Hall, Shropshire, Colonel Sir Robert Chambre mu, C.B. his eighty-second year.

On the 5th, at 22, High Street, Vice-Admiral Joseph Digby, in the twenty-fourth year of his age.

On the 7th, at Connaught Place, aged five years, Marie Cicely, the youngest child of Lord and Lady Methuen.