On the 21st February, at Gibraltar, the Lady of Captain
Dunlop, Royal Artillery, of a daughter. On the 3d March, at Astley Castle, War. lekshlre, Lady Mary Hewitt, of a son. On the 4th, at oIreenock, N.B., the Wife of N. C. Cotton, Esq., of a daughter. On the 5th, at Orton I.ongueville the Countess of Aboyne, of a son.
On the 5th, at Albury, Lady Georgina Bertie, ore son.
On the 6th, at Burston Rectory, Norfolk, the Lady of the Rev. James F. Reeve, of a daughter. On the 7th, at Charing Cross, the Lady of Ormua Biddulph, Esq., of a daughter. On the 8th, in Grosvenor Square, the Hon. Mrs. Charles Stanley, of a son.
On the 8th, at Milford Lodge, near Lymington, Hants, the Lady of Major-General H. Roberts, C.B., of a son.
On the 2d March, at Brockdish, Frederick Grimmer, Esq., of Thurlton Hall, youngest son of the late George Grimmer, Esq., of Haddiscoe, Norfolk, to Mary Eliza, second daughter of the late Christopher Churchill, Esq., of Brockdish Grove, in the same county. On the 61h, at All Souls' Chapel, Langham Place, Robert Gibson, Esq.. of Sandhurst Lodge, Berke, to Eleanor Harriet, only daughter of Sir Benjamin Smith, of Regent Street, Portland Place. On the 10th, at Berwick-upon-Tweed, Dr. Philip Whiteside Maclagan, Royal Cana- dian Rifle Regiment, to Margaret, second daughter of Dr. George Johnston, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. On the 11th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, H. Sandford Pakenham, eldest son of the Dean of St. Patrick's and Hon. Mrs. Pakenham„ to Grace Catherine, only daughter of Major Mahon, of Strokestown House, Roscommon. DEATHS.
On the 26th February, at Crimonmogate, Aberdeenshire, Anne Catherine, only sur- viving daughter of Sir Charles Bannerman, Bart.
On the 4th March, in Adelphi Terrace, Francis Giles, Esq., C.E. ; in his 60th year. On the 4th, at Brighton, the Rev. George Henry Glyn, Vicar of Heithem, Essex; in his blet year. On the 5th, at Broadhempston, Devonshire, Bernard Kernann, Esq., surgeon ; in his 93d year. On the fith. at Pembroke Lodge, Murraylield, Lieutenant-Colonel Harcourt Ford Hol- combe, C.B. ; in his 69th year. On the 6th, at Middleton House, Sussex, Vice-Admiral Nicholas Tomlinson ; in his Iffiti year.
On the 6ta, the Rev. Richard Ftlewood Snelson, thirty-five years Vicar of Reigate; In his 65th year.
On the 6th, at the Rectory, Hertingfordbury, the Rev. Thomas Fetid's, M.A.; In his Slat year.
On the 7th, at Everton House, Bedfordshire, William Astell, Esq., M.P. for the county of Bedford, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Bedfonishire Militia, and for forty-seven years a Director of the Hon. East India Company; in his 73d year.
On the 7th, William Hall, Esq., of Manor Lodge, Holloway, and of the Strand, pub- Usher; in hi,' 47th year. ' On the 7th, at Coventry, Henry Butterworth, Esq.; in his 91st year. On the 10th. at Ryde, Isle of Wight, George C. Urmston, Esq., late of her Majesty's Seventh Royal Fusiliers, eldest son of 61r James Urmston, of Rids; in his 31st year.