11 JANUARY 1845, Page 19


On the 26th December, at Milton, the Viscountess Milton, of a daughter.

On the ad January, at Coleebill House, Barks, the Hon. Mrs. Edward Pleydell Ban- vane, of a daughter. On the ad, at Convamore, the Countess of ListoweR, of twin daughters.

On the 3d, at Itabraham, near Cambridge, the Hon. Mrs. Adeaue, of a daughter. , On the 4th, in Eaton Square, Lady Rosa GrevIlle, of a daughter.

Cu the 5th, at Waresby Park, Huntingdonshire, the Laity Caroline Buncombe, of a daughter.

On the 5th, at Rending, the Lady of Captain A. Murray, R.N., of a son. On the 8th, in Berkeley Square, the Countess of Aboyne, of a daughter. On the 8th, In Climb= Place, the Countess of Arundel and Surrey, of a daughter. 3L4.It1UAGES.

On the 12th November, at Bellary, A. G. Tweedie, Esq., Madras Civil Service, eldest son of Dr. Tweedie, Montagu Place, Bedford Square, to Isabella Fanny, youngest daughter of Major-General Leslie, K.H., commanding Bellary. On the 31st December, at Rustington, Sussex, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Rev. J. C. Green, M.A., Vicar of Rustington, to the Rev. J. Edwards, M.A., King's cortege, London.

On the 2d January, at HeavItree, Devon, Charles Havers Osborn, Esq., second son of Sir John Osborn, Bart., of Chicksands Priory, Bedfordshire, to Louisa, eldest daugh- ter of the Rev. Arthur Atherley, Vicar of licatitree.

On the 7th, at St. Mark's Church, Myddelton Square, the Rev. Robert S. Tabor, BA., Incumbent of Christ Church, Enfield, to Mary, second daughter of the Rev. Frauds Dolhnan, M.A., Incumbent of St. Mark's. On the 7th, at Heighington, the lice. John Davie Rade, Vicar of Ayellffe in the county of Durham, to Augusta Anne, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-General Aylmer, of Walworth Castle. Lately, at St. Peter's, Thanet, Edward Boyle Church, Esq., second son of the Rev. William Church, of Hampton, Middlesex, to Arniabella Made, youngest daughter of Ltent.-Col. Clarke, C.B., late of the Scots Greys.


On the 6th October, at Victoria, Hong-kong, Julia, oldest daughter of the Hon. John Walter Hulme, Chief Justice of Hong-kong ; in her 14th year. On the 10th November, at Nolapore, India, Ensign George John Weld, of Her Ma- jesty's Twenty-second Regiment of Infantry, second son of George Weld, Esq., of Leagraxa Hall, near Preston, Lancashire. On the 26th December, at Sandford Lodge, Cheltenham., Miss Marian Impey,youngeet daughter of the late Sir Elijah Impay, formerly ChiefJustice of Bengal; bi her 65th year. On the 30th, at Brighton, Lady Wilmot, relict of the late Sir Robert Wllmot, Bart., of Chaddesden, Derbyshire; in her 70th year. On the 1st January, at Cheltenham, Lady Burdett, relict of the late Sir William Burdett, Bart.

On the 2d, at Cheltenham, Sir Jacob Adolphus, M.D., Inspector-General qf Artily . Hospitals.

On the 2d, in South Audley Street, Lady Baynes, relict of Sir Edward Baynes; In her 76th year.

On the 2d, Frances Sophia, second daughter of Sir Henry and Lady Fletcher; of Ash. Icy Park, Surrey; in her 4th year: and on the 4th. Emily, eldest daughter of the same; in her 5th year. On the 2d, in Lansdown Crescent, Cheltenham, Mrs. Marianne Hume, daughter of the late John Hume, D.D., Lord Bishop of Sarum ; in her 84th year. On the 4th, at Brompton, atm. Sarah Brooke ; In her 93d year. On the 5th, at Oanaburgh Terrace, Regent's Park, Robert Smirke, Esq., B.A.; Whitt 93d year.

On the 5th, at High Elms, the Dowager Lady Lubbock. . On the 5th, at Bishopsteignton, near Telgrunouth, Devon' William Frederick Bayley, M.A., Canon of Canterbury, and Vicar of St. John's, Thauet ; talus 60th year. On the 8th, at Elton Hall, Herefordshire, John Clesar Hawking, Esq., eldest son of Sir John Caner Hawkins, Hart.; In his 39th year.

On the 8th, at Colesdale, Northam-, Middlesex, John Whaley, Esq. ; In his 9Ist year. Lately, In Marylebone, Mr. William Bennett; In his 100th year. He had a great aversion to doctors.