On the 2d September, at Castle Bernard, county of Cork, the Viscountess Bernard, of a daughter.
On the 3d, the Lady of William Longman, Esq., of 36, Hyde Park Square, of a son. On the a ughter. 3d, at Stonehouse, Devon, the Lady of Captain T. ht. C. Symonds, R.N., of da •
On the 4th, at Newry, the Lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Leslie, C.B., late Bombay Rouse Artillery, of a daughter.
On the 6th, at Heiden House, the Lady of Lawrence Palk. Esq., of a son and heir.
On the 6th, at Caversham, Oxfordshire, the Hon. Mrs. John Gillibrand Hubbard, of a son.
On the 6th, in Athol' Crescent, Edinburgh, the Lady of Sir John Stewart Richardson, Bart., of a son.
On the 7th, at Dunraven Castle, Glamorganshire, the Viscountess Adare, of a daughter.
On the 7th, at the Castle, Parsonstown, Ireland, Um Countess of Bosse, of a son. On the 8th, at the Hirsch N.B., the Countess of Home, of a daughter.
On the 10th, at Huntsmore Park, Bucks, the Lady Sophia Tower, of a daughter. MARRIAGES.
On the Ist-13th August, George Banbury Clinton Wynyard, her Majesty's Consul for the Baltic Provinces, to Georgians Frederica, eldest daughter of Baths-herr Edward Von Jacobs, of Rammenhoff, in Livonia, and Bald din, in Courland.
On the 29th, at St. Mary's, Kilkenny, Charles William Tupper. Esq., Seventh Fusiliers, son of the late Martin Tupper, Esq., to Francea Letitia, daughter of Sir Wheeler Cuffe, Bart., of Leyrath, Kilkenny.
On the 2d September, at Stoke Damarel, Charles James Cruttwell, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-law, to Elizabeth Anne, eldest daughter of Captain Sanders, of the Royal Navy. On the 2d, at Handsworth Church, William Henry Muntz, Esq., second son of G. F. Mentz, M.P., to Alice, second daughter of George Parker, Esq., of Church Hill House.
On the 2d, at Wasperton Church, the Rev. Randolph Skipwith, son of Sir Grey Skip- with, Bart., of Newbold Hall, to Mary Holden, daughter of the Rev. Henry Steward, Rugby.
On the 7111, at All Souls', Marylebone, Carlo Motteuecl, K.S., &c., Professor of Natu- ral Philosophy in the University of Pisa, to Robinia Elizabeth Young, eldest daughter of the late Samuel Young, Esq.
On the 7th, in Paris, Lionel Standish, Esq., eldest son of Charles Standish, Esq., M.P. for Wigan, to Mademoiselle Sabine de Fealties, only daughter of the late Prince-Duke de Pax, and sister to the Duke de Mouchy.
On the 8th, at Wlstow Hall, Albert, eldest son of the late Sir Albert Pell, to Eliza- beth Barbara, only daughter of Sir Henry Halford, Bart., M.P.
On the 10th, at St. George's, Bloomsbury, A. R. Reinagle, of Oxford, to Caroline, only child of Dr. and Mrs. Orger.
Lately, at the parish-church, Rochdale, the Rev. John Edwards, Incumbent of Tod- morden, Laue.eare, to Louisa, youngest daughter of the Rev. Dr. Moleswortb, Vicar of Rochdale.
On the 20th June, at Umballah, In the East Indies, Captain Charles Digby Dawkins, Eleventh Bengal Cavalry, Commandant of the Governor-General's Body-Guard. On the 29th, at Kurrachee. Lieutenant John Henry Dawson, Twelfth Regiment of Native Infantry. On the 13th July, at Poonah, Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Fanshawe Martin, Deputy- Adjutant-General to the Queen's forces at Bombay, youngest son of Admiral Sir Thomas Byam Martin, G.C.B. On the let September, at Newport, Isle of Wight, Charles Cornwall Seymour Woraley, Esq. ; in his 69th year. On the 2d, in Princes Street, Edinburgh, Miss Grace Hay, daughter of the late Sir James Hay, Bart., of Smithfield and Ilaystoune ; in her 85th year. On the 341, in Wilton Crescent, the Hon. John Kennedy, grandson of the Marquis of Atlas ; in his 27th Year. On the 5th, at Ruahanger House, near Basingstoke, the Right Hon. Lord Metcalfe; In his 62d year.
On the 8th, at St. Margaret's, Isleworth, the Marquis of Allan; in his 76th year.