10 MAY 1856, Page 10


On the 21st April, at Beaufort, near Killarney, the Wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles E. Law, Sixty-sixth Regiment, of a son and heir. On the 1st May, at Butleigh Court, the Wife of Ralph Neville Grenville, Esq., of a daughter. On the 2d, in Upper Southwick Street, the Wife of Dr. R. G. Latham, M.D., of a. son.

On the 3d, at Brighton, the With of William Forlonge, Esq., M.L.C., Victoria; Of a son. On the 3d, at Nice, the Lady of Sir Edward North Buxton, Bart., of a daughter. On the 4th, at Stainforth Hall, near Doncaster, the Lady of John Bladworth, of a daughter.

On the 4th, at Woolwich, the Wife of Lieutenant-Colonel G. J. L. Buchanan, Royal Artillery, of a son.

On the 4th, in St. George's Road, Eccleston Square, the Hon. Mrs. Maude, of a daughter.

On the 7th, in Grosvenor Place, Lady Scott, of a daughter.


On the 4th March, at St. John's Church, Red River, Francis G. Johnson, Esq., Governor of Assiniboia, and Recorder of Rupert's Land, to Mary Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Milliken Mills, Esq., of Taunton, Somersetshire. On the 30th April, at Monkstown, near Dublin, James Herbert Freme, Esq., late- Captain in her Majesty's Seventy-ninth Cameron Highlanders. eldest son of James Frew, Esq., of Wrentnall House, Shropshire, to the Right Hon. the Lady Anna Maria Isabella, third daughter of the Right Hon. Stephen, Earl of Mounteashell. On the 1st May, at Melbourne, Thomas Frederick Bolton, Esq., eldest son of Ro- bert Lewin Bolton, Esq., of Laurel Mount, Lancashire, to Ellen, second daughter of George Briscoe, Esq., of Melbourne aall, Derbyshire. On the 6th, at Bath, the Rev. Henry G. Tierney Elton, son of the late Sir Charles Elton, Bart., of Clevedon Court, Somerset, to Georgina Flora, daughter of Captain W. A. Willis, R.N., of Bath.

On the 6th, at Elstree, Beets, Sir Arthur Halkett, of Pittirrane, Bart., Captain Third Light Dragoons, to Eliza Anna, eldest daughter of the late Captain R. Kir- wan Hill, Fifty-second Regiment.

_ Recently, at the British Embassy, Paris, J. W. M. Bond, M.P., to Albertine Louise Alphonse, daughter of the late Frederick Shanahan, Esq., of Paris.


On the 23d March, at Marseilles, Louisa, widow of Sir George Larpent, Bart. On the 26th April, in Park Square, the Hon. Anna Maria, youngest daughter of the fourteenth Lord Dunsany, and wife of Admiral Ryder Burton, K.H. On the 30th, in Apollo Buildings, Walworth, Sarah Bovell; in her 93d year. On the 2d May, in Norland Terrace, Notting Hill, Colonel Robert Pattison, late Thirteenth (or Prince Albert's) Light Infantry ; in his 67th year.

On the 4th, in Kildare Terrace, Westbourne Park, Lady Niched, relict of Sir John Nisbett, of Deane, Bart., N.B.

On the 4th, in Bond Street, Charles Phillips Wilder, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Sixth Regiment of Madras Light Cavalry, second surviving son of the late Lieu- tenant-General Sir Francis John Wilder, of the Manor House, Binlield, Berko ; ill his 48th year. On the 5th, at Kent Cottage, Dulwich Road, Brixton, Mrs. Ambrose Legg, late of Tottenham, Middlesex ' • in her 100th year. On the 6th, in Great King Street, Edinburgh, Sir William Hamilton, Bart., Pro- fessor of Logic and Metaphysics in the University of Edinburgh.