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On the 27th March, at Howbury Hall, near Bedford, the Wife of Frederick C. Polhill Turner, Esq., of a daughter. i On the 2d April, n Craven Place, Hyde Park, the Hon. Mrs. James Augustus At- kinson, of a son. On the 3d, at Wenman House, Ryde, I.W., Lady Lees, of a daughter.

On the 4th, at Duppas Hill, Croydon, the Wife of Hablot K. Browne, Esq., of a daughter.

On the 6th, at Ashley Castle, Warwickshire, the Viscountess Lifford, of a son.

On the 7th, in Portland Place, the Lady Augusta Mostyn, of a son and heir. On the 8th, at Packolet, county Down, the Wife of Major-General Chesney, of a eon. On the 9th, in Curzon Street, Mayfair, Lady Wharneliffe, of a son and heir. MARRIAGES.

On the 3d April, at St. James's Church, Piccadilly, G. G. Walker, Captain in the Dumfries, Roxburgh, and Selkirkshire Militia, and son of John Walker, Esq., Cmufordton, Dumfriesshire, to Anne Murray, daughter of Admiral Leunock, Broom- rigg, Dumfriesshire.

On the 9d, at the chapel of the East India College, Haileybury, Thomas Borron Myers, Esq., eldest son of William Joseph Myers, -Esq., of Porters, Stanley, High Sheriff of the county of Hertford, to Margaret Stork, second daughter of the Rev. Henry Melvin, B.D., Principal of the East India College, and Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen.

On the 8d, at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, George Reid Lempriere, Lieutenant Royal Engineers, second son of W. C. Lempriere, Esq., of Ewell, Surrey, to Jane H. Morgan, second daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Anderson, Military Super- intendent Invalid Depot, Chatham. -

On the 8th, at Stella,. by the Rev. John 8. Rogerson, Captain Nugent Chiches- ter, Seventh Dragoon Guards, eldest son of Joseph Chichester Nagle, Esq., and the Lady Henrietta Chichester Nagle, of Culverleigh Court, in the county of Devon, to Amelia Mary, eldest daughter of Joseph Lamb, Esq., of Axwell Park, in the county of Durham.

On the 8th, at Babraliam Church, the Rev. Thomas Erskine, Rector of Stepping- ley, Bedfordshire, youngest son of the Right Hon. Thomas Emkine, to Emmeline Augusta, third surviving daughter of the late Henry John A. Deane, Esq., of Ba- braham Hall, Cambridgeshire.

On the 8th, at St. Pancras Church, the Rev. J. Dawson Peake, of Kirkby La- thorpe, Lincolnshire, to Lavinia Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Charles Nevill, Esq., and Lady Georgians Nevill, of Nevin Ilolt, Leicestershire. On the 9th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, the Viscount Somerton, eldest SON of the Earl of Normluaton, to Caroline, third daughter of Viscount Barrington. On the 10th, at Rostherne, Cheshire, John Lubbock, Esq., eldest son of-Sir John William Lubbock, Bart., of High Elms, Farnborough, Kent, to Ellen Frances, only child of the late Rev. Peter Ilordern, of Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Lancashire.


On the 7th December, at Fern Grove, River Hutt, New Zealand, William Swart- son, Esq., F.R.S.. F.L.S., Assistant-Commissary-General, late of Tittenhanger, Hertfordshire ; in his 66th year. On the 11th. at Sunbury, Western Australia, Denzil Onslow, Esq., fourth son of the late Rev. George Walton Onslow, of Dunsborough House, Ripley, Surrey. On the 30th March, in Durham Terrace, the Lady Honors Ehzabeth Hester, eldest daughter of the late Earl of Cavan, and aunt of the present Earl, and relict of the late George Frederick Harvey, Esq., late Captain in the Eighteenth Hussars; in her 72d year.

On the 31st, at St. Mary's Church, Devon, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Fox, formerly of the Thirtieth Regiment. On the 2d April, at Blydd Court, Worcestershire, Sir E. H. Lechmere, Bert.; in his 64th year. On the 4th, at Larkbear, Exeter, Charles Bowling, Esq., father of Sir John Bow. ring, Governor of Hongkong; in his 86th year.

On the 5th, in Cumberland Terrace, Pentonville, Mr. John Stoneman, of the firm of Houlston and Stoneman, Paternoster Row; in his 64th year.

On the 5th, drowned by the upsetting of a boat, in the Thames, near Reading, William, the only surviving son of Sir Edward Borough, Bart. ; in his 15th year.

On the 6th, at -Davenport, James Moffitt, Esq., M.D., First Class Surgeon. He served under the Duke of Wellington in the Peninsula. and at Waterloo, and had the honour of dressing the only wound his Grace received.

On the 7th, at Earthaar., near Chichester, Mrs. Huskisson, widow of the late Right Hon. William lluskisson, and daughter of the late Admiral Milbanke ; in her 79th year. On the 7th, suddenly, at Weinheini, Baden, Richard, the only son of Richard Cobden, Esq., M.P. ; in his 15th year. On the 7th, in Queen Ann Street, Anna Maria, widow of the late Edward Ash, Esq., M.D. ; in her 90th year. On the 8th, at the Deanery, Carlisle, Mary Susan Tait, eldest surviving child of the Very Rev. Archibald Campbell Tait, Dean of Carlisle, aged eight years and nine months ; the fifth sister cut off by scarlet fever within five weeks. On the 8th, at the Rectory House, Whepstead, Bury St. Edmunds, the Rev. Thomas Image, M.A., Rector of Whepstead and Stanningfield ; of the former parish he was Rector for fifty-eight years. On the 9th, in Manchester Square, the Hon. William Leslie Melville ; in his 68th year.

On the 9th, at Frenchay, near Bristol, General John Greenstreet, H.E.I.C.S.; in his 75th year.