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On the 7th just., at Bexley House, Kent, the Lady MARGARET MARSHAM, of a son and heir.

On the 10th just., in Arlington Street, Lady Maar Srrensxsorr, of a daughter.

On the 9th just., at Speucer House, St. James's Place, the Lady of the Hon. RICHARD WATSON. of a son. On the 8th just., at Hadley. Middlesex, the Wife of the Rev. T. H. Wirmot.r. of a son. On the 8th inst., at Shipton-le-Moyne, Gloucestershire, the Wife of the Rev. J. M. CAPES, of a SOU.

OU IIIP 5th inst., at Moncton, near Plymouth. Devon, the Lady of the Rev. J. H. PARLDV, of a daughter. On the 9th inst., at Hinckley. Leicestershire, the Lady of Captain PEARSON, Sixteenth Laacers, of a son.


On the 11th lust, at St. George's Church. Hanover Square, the Earl of ABINGDON, to the Lady FREDERICA Auctes-ra KERR, fifth daughter of the late Vice-Admiral Lord Mark Kerr.

On the 9th 'kg., at Chailey. Sussex. the Rev. GEORGE CARTER, to ELIZABETH, PRICUgeSt daughter of the Hon. General St. John. On the 27th October last, at Port Louis, Mauritius, Major HENRY JOHN SAVAGE, Commanding Royal Eugineer and Surveyor-General in that colony, to CLARA ELEONORA, eldest daughter of C. A. Mylius, Esq., her Majesty's Civil Commissioner, Seychelle Islands. On the 9th November, at Arica, at the house of the British Vice-Consul, Jerrie GALLAGHER, Esq., M.D., of Arequipa, South America, ICI ISA.DELLA HAMILTON ROBERT- sox, eldest daughter of Archibald Robertson, Esq., of Chatham, Kent. On the 9th alt., at Clapham Church, the Rev. HORATIO MOULE, to Erazanern Many, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Hughes, Esq. On the 3d inst., at the town-church. Guernsey. FRANCIS FINDLATER, Esq.. to EMOTE-. MIA ELIZA, second daughter of the late Captain E. Collings, of the Hon. East India Company's Service.


On the 10th inst.. at Isleworth House. Middlesex. the Dowager Lady HOMEWOOD. Relict of the late Sir John Courtenay Honywood, Bart., of Eviugtou, Kent, in her 51st year. On the 27th ult., in his 62d year, Sir WILLIAM Laminar CROWE, Bart., only son of Sir Michael Cromie, Bart., and grandson of the fifth Earl of Cavan. Sir Lambert having left no issue. and the Baronetcy having been granted to his father and the issue of his body, the title is consequently extinct. On the 11th inst., at his residence, Stamford Street, Blackfriars. Jens MARSHALL, Esq., the author of " Statistics of the British Empire"; in his 58th year. On the 5th inst., at Stafford Street, Edinburgh, the Right Rev. JAMES WALKER, D.D., Bishop in Eeinburgh and Primus. On the 14th ult., at Rusebank. near Kelso, Lieut.-Gen. HENRY Etticer. On the 19th ult., of typhus fever, at Poole, Dorset, the Rev. Joim ONSET, Assistant Minister of St. James's Church, and late Chaplain to the House of Correction, Cold- bath Fields. London. iu his 67th year. On the 5th inst.. at Harrow-on-the-Hitl, in his 63d year, the Rev. HENRY DRURY, Lower Master of Harrow School, and Rector of Fingest, Bucks. On the 7th inst.. at Tunbridge Wells. the Rev. ROBERT MAYNE, in his 63d year, for thirty-four years Rector of Limpsfield, Surrey. On the 9th inst.. at Ventnur. Isle of Wight, Wir.uam WILLIAMS, Esq., in his 22d year, son of the Hon. Thomas W. Williams, of New Loudon, Connecticut, United States. On the 2901 of Jauuary, at Rome, JOHN Ismaam. Esq., late of Staindrop county of Durham. On the 9th eh_ at Rearquhar. parish of Durnoch. ALEXANDER SUTHERLAND, who WEIS born in 1722, and consequently had attained the patriarchal age of 119.