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On the 22d January, at Munich. the Lady of Sir John R. Milbank°, Bart., H. M. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, of a son.

On the ad February. at St. Helier's, Jersey, the Lady of Captain Samuel Morrish, R.N., of a son.

On the 5th, in Welbeck Street, the Wife of T. Campbell Foster, Esq„ barrister-at- law, of a daughter. On the 5th, at Stanley Grange, Plaxtol, Kent, the Wife of M. H. Dalison, Esq., of a son and heir.

On the 7th, in Wilton Place, the Lady of Captain II. Codrington, R.N., of a daugh- ter.

On the 9th, in Portugal Street, the Wife of Sir Francis Hastings Doyle, Bart., of a son.

On the 9th, at Barnes Terrace, the Wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Grove, of a daughter.

On the 9th, at Pengelly House, Cheshunt, the Wife of George R. Osborne, Esq., of a daughter.


On the 3d February, at St. Michael's Church, Lyme Regis, Edward Waller& Esq., of Clifton, formerly Scholar of Baliol College, Oxford, to Julia Christina, fourth daughter of Admiral the Hon. Sir John Talbot, G.C.B., of Rhode Hill, Devon, deceased.

On the 5th. at the British Embassy, Paris, George Gollop. Esq., late Lieutenant. Second Queen's Royals, eldest son of George Tilley Gollop, Esq., of Strode House, Dorsetshire, to Jessie Caroline, youngest daughter of the -Rev. Hugh Welman Hel- yar, of Sutton Bingham, Somersetshire. On the 9tb, at All Souls', Langham Place, Hector Maclean, eldest son of Sir J. D. Hamilton Hay, Bart., of Alderston, to Anne Charlotte, Widow of the late Lieu- tenant-Colonel Lewis Bird, H.C.S.. and daughter of the late John White, Esq., formerly Assistant-Surgeon of the Seventeenth Light Dragoons.

On the 10th, at Ryde, Robert Gordon, Esq., late of the Sixty-sixth Regiment, to Isabella Mary, youngest daughter of the late Rear-Admiral Hood Hammy Christian. On the 10th, at Cheltenham, George Augustine Prevost, Esq., to Adelaide Susan, youngest daughter of the Rev. Francis Close, Incumbent of Cheltenham.

On the 10th, at Beccles, by the Rev. Frederick Leathes, Rector of Reedham, Nor- folk, the Rev. J. B. Smith, to Georgians Anne, only child of Frederick Williant Farr, Esq. On the 10th, at Chatham Church, Henry Lockyard Gleig, Esq., Second Bengal Infantry, son of the Rev. George Robert Gleig, M.A., ChaAain-General, to Louisa, third daughter of the late Captain Henry Drury, R.N.

On the 11th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, the Rev. H. Law, to Lady Adelaide Vane, youngest daughter of the Marquis of Londonderry. On the 11th, in the private chapel at Lambeth Palace, the Right Hon. Lord Ha- therton. to Mrs. Davenport, of Capesthorne, Cheshire.

On the 12th, at St. Mart's Church. Bryanston Square, the Hon. Frederick Wal- pole, youngest son of the hail of Orford, to Laura Sophia Frances, only daughter of Francis Walpole, Esq.


In October, drowned with his uncle, Captain Smale, in the harbour of Manuchau, New Zealand, Benjamin Lester, youngest son of the Rev. Benjamin Donne, Vicar of Weston, Herts. On the 25th January, at Bruges, John Berington, Esq., late Lieutenant-Colonel and Deputy-Lieutenant of the county of Hereford ; in his 78th year. On the 31st, at Easthope Rectory, the Rev. Robert Armitage, Rector of Easthope, and Incumbent of Church Preen, in the diocese of Hereford ; in his 47th year. On the 3d February, at Wardwell Rectory, Suffolk, the Rev. Henry Adams, D.D., Rector of that pariah above thirty-six years, and formerly Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford ; in his 81st year.

On the 4th, at Milliken, Renfrewshire, Sir William Milliken Napier, of Napier and Milliken, Bart. On the 6th, at Cork, Sir Edmond Stephen Thomas, Bart., late Major in the Sixty. ninth Regiment ; in his 42d year. On the 6th, at Down House, Red Marley, Worcestershire, George Dowdeswell, Esq., formerly Secretary to the Government of India, and afterwards Senior Member of the Supreme Council of Bengal, and while occupying that position, (luring the absence of the Marquis of Hastings he administered the affairs of India as N'ice- President ; in his 86th year. On the 7th, Daniel Hale Webb, Esq., of Wykliam Park, Banbury ; in his 33d year. On the 10th, at Kinmel Park, Denbighshire, the Right Lion. the Lord Dinorben; in his 85th year.