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On the 16th of November, at Victoria. Hongkong, the Wife

of George Whiffing. ham Caine, Esq., Officiating Secretary to 11.31.'s Plenipotentiary, of a son. On the 4th of February, at 13, Chester Street, Belgmve Square, the Wife of Major the Hon. William Colville, of a daughter. Ou the 4th, at 42, Gloucester Street South, Belgravia, the Wife of Horatio Temp.

son, Esq., of a daughter.

On the 4th, in Dover Street, Lady Kelly, the Wife of the Attorney-Generah Of $ daughter. On the 6th, at Home, the Wife of Col. Astley, Scots Fusilier Guards, of a sta.

On the 9th, at Richmond, the Wife of Richard Hassall, Esq.' M.D., of a son. On the 9th, at Fmborough, Suffolk, the Lady Frances Pettimird, of a daughter.


On the 25th of January, at Madeira, British Chaplain of that place, J. Walter Smile, Esq., Captain H.M.I.F., and son of the late Albany Smile, Esq., of Oak- lands, Devonshire, to Sarah Emma, eldest daughter of George Stoddart, Esq., late H.B.M.'s Consul at Madeira, On the 2d of February, at Dallington, Northamptonshire, the Rev. Edward El- ton, Incumbent of Wheatley, Oxforeshire, to Margaret, third daughter the Rev. Fiennes S. Trotman, Vicar of Dallington. On the3d, at Skelton, near York, Major Jennie, C.B., Eighteenth Hussars, eldest son of George Jenyns, Esq., of Bottisham Hall, Cambridgeshire, to Rita, only daughter of Henry Stafford Thompson, Esq., of Fairfield, York. On the 3d, at the Collegiate Church, Southwell, Hynman Allenby, Esq., of Ken- wick, Lincolnehire, to Catherine Anne, daughter of the Rev. T. C. Cane, of South- well, Notts. On the 3d, at the Parish Church of Lymington, by special licence, Col. Arthur Horne, Thirteenth Light Infantry, second son of Sir William Horne, to Emma Jane Dicker, daughter of the late Lieut.-Col. Samuel Cleavelluid, of the Madras Native Infantry. On the 8th, at Windlesham Church, Surrey, the Rev. H. Percy Smith, M.A. in- cumbent of York Town, to Selina, second daughter of General and Lady Elizabeth Thaekeray, of the Cedars, Windlesham. On the 8th, at St. George's, Ilanover Square, Edmund Buckley, Esq., (late Fif- teenth King's Hussars), elder eon of the late Ralph Buckley, Esq., of Manchester, to Mary Honor, elder daughter of Robert Burton, Esq., of Leamington, and grand- daughter of the late Sir Richard Burton, of Sacket's Hill House, Isle of Thanet. On the 10th, at St. Michael's, Chester Square, Capt. Daniel Alexander M'Neill, second son of Edmund Alexander M'Neill, of Cushingdun, Ireland, Esq., to Nan- nette, eldest daughter of Sir Francis Dugdale Astley, of Everleigh, Bart.


On the 25th of January, at Hova Villas, Brighton, John S. Rennin, Esq., In- spector of Police, Island of Trinidad, West Indies. On the 25th, at Bonn, Prussia, John Bamfilde Daniell, Esq., M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and lateof Bruton Street, Berkeley Square. On the 27th. at Valletta, Malta, Sir William Henry Thornton, K.C.M.G., in his Seventy-third year. On the 27th, at Dublin, the Dowager Lady Burke, widow of Colonel Sir John Burke. Bart., and daughter of the late Right Hon. John Calcraft. On the let of February, aged thirty-seven, Pamela Louisa, wife of the Rev. Charles Stanford, D.D., Rector of St. Thomas's Dublin, second daughter of the late Major-General Sir Guy Campbell, Bart.. C.B. On the 2d, at Twickenham, in the eighty-eighth year of his age. the Rev. Charles Proby, canon of Windsor, Vicar of Twickenham, county of Middlesex, and Tech- brook, county of Warwick. On the 3d, at Chichester, in his eightieth year, the Very Rev. George Chandler, D.C.L., Dean of Chichester.

On the 3d, at Beauchamp Lodge, Leamington, Lieut.-General Henry Tuffnell Roberts, C.B., aged seventy-three. On the 3d, at Brussels, Sir Chaloner Ogle, Bart. On the 6th, Anne, wife of Admiral Sir William Beauchamp Procter, Bart., of Langley Park, Norfolk. On the 8th, Mr. Charles Mitchell, of West Brompton and Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, in the fifty-second year of his age. On the 7th, at Charlcombe Rectory, near Bath, after a short illness, the Rev. William Brooke Kempson, M.A. Rector of Stoke Lacy, Herefordshire, and a Ma- gistrate of the same County, aged sixty-three.