12 NOVEMBER 1831, Page 12



On the 4th inst. at Stoke Newington, the Lady of ANDB:BW HENNING, Esq. of a son.

On the 11th inst. in Hamilton Place, the Lady of Joux LABOuCHERE, Esq. of a son.

On Saturday last, at East Hill, Wandsworth, the Lady of R. W. EARCHARD, Esq. of a daughter On the 7th inst. the Lady of ALFRED COCKER, Esq. of Nassau Street, Soho Square, of a son.

On the 1st inst. at New Timber Place, Sussex, the Lady of CHARLES GORDON, Esq. of a daughter.


On the 27th ult. by special licence, at Dunleer, in the county of Louth, SOPHIA, eldest daughter of Jerome Count de Salts, of Rokeby Hall, to HENRY Fi LnATE, of Lesranny, of Charleston, Esq. On the Sd inst. at Aberdeen, Lieut.-Col. SKENE, to JANE, second daughter of Mrs. Campbell, of the Mount, Harrow, Middlesex. On the 9th inst. at Marylebone Church, Joust Wissox, Esq. of Devonshire Street, to Mrs. CHANDLESS, late of Dorset Square. At St. George's, Hanover Square, by the Rev. J. R. Pitman, JOSEPH PLANTA, Esq. to CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA, widow of Thomas Oom, Esq. of Hertford Street, May Fair. DEATHS.

On the 10th inst. at his residence, Newington Green, in his 60th year, WILLIAm BLNIAMIN BAWTREE, Esq. many years principal engraver to the Rank of England. On the 5th inst. ut Margate, Dr. SAVAGE, of Bernard Street, Russell Square, aged 28. On the 6th inst. at his house, Tottenham, Middlesex, the Rev. PETER BEAU, aged 65. On the 10th inst. at his house in Bloomsbury Square, ASUDY SMITH, M.D.

On the 5th inst. at her house in Upper George Street, Portman Square, Mrs. WiLLIAM. GORDON RfernEnFoRD, relict of the late Capt. W. G. Rutherford, R.N. C.13.'

Of brain fever, Mr. WILLIAM GREENFIELD, 111.R.A.S., Superintendent of the Editorial Department of the British and Foreign Bible Society. On the Oth inst. at Abingdon Hall, Cambridge, Lieutenant-Colonel G. E. GRAHAM FOSTER PIGOTT, of Abington Pigotts, in the same county, and late M.P. for Hamp- shire.

On Sunday last, at his residence in Coleshill Street, Eaton Square, JoaN EVER- TT EVERETT, Esq.

On the 2nd inst. at Barnes, Surry, PATRICK BERNARD FOLEY, Esq, Major of the 7th Royal Fusileers, aged 00. ' On the 13th of May, at Mirzapore, aged 43, Major HENRY 11INDE, late of the Chilian service.

On the 7th inst. in Clifford Street, Lieutenant-Colonel RICHARD ROCHFORT, of Brettwell House, Oxon, late his Majesty's Consul-General at East Friesland. On the 7th inst. at Antwerp, of apoplexy, ABRAHAM ELLERMAN, Esq. K.G.H. Consul.General for the kingdom of Hanover, Consul for the Grand Duke of Meck- lenburg Schwerin, and agent for Lloyd's. On the 5th inst. the Rey. GEORGE CRAWFORD, minister of Colts, Fifeshire.