BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
On the 11th inst., io Belgrave Square, the Countess of PotaFRET, of a daughter. On the 9th iust., the Lady of the Rev. Dr. LuNOLEY, of Ilarrow, of a son.
On the 23d ult., at Florence, the Lady of ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, Esq., of Mains,of a
On the Gth inst., in Saville Row, the wife of R. VERNON SmITH, Esq M.P., of a son.
On the 5th inst at Slingborough, the Countess of LICHFIELD, of a son.
On the 4th inst., the Baroness DE Bier., of a daughter. On the Gth inst., in Eaton Place, the Lady of Captain HENRY PoRTMAN, of a son and heir.
On the 9th of October last, at Calcutta, the Lady of BENrAmi WAvELL PHILLIPS, Esq., Captain in the 7th Reg' 'at of Light Cavalry, of a son. At Weston Lodge, Derbyshire, the Lady of the Hon. and Rev. ALFRED CURZON, of * daughter. At Christchurch, the Lady of Lieut.-Col. CAMERON. of twins. The Lady of the Rev. E. REED, of NIiieidcu Park, Gloucestershire, of a sou and heir. MARRIAGES.
On the 4th hist., at St. Mary's Church, Swansea, Captain LINDSEY. late of thin Ho- nourable East India Company's Service, to MARY ANNA, second daughter of Authur Jones. Esq . of Sketty. On the 7th inst., at Trinity Church, Clondesley Square, Islington, Mr. RICHARD ROPFsON, to ELEANOR, only daughter of the late Captain Julia William Ethgington,ot the Honourable East India Company's Cavalry, on the Bombay Establishmeut.
On the 3d inst., by special licence, Captain linnet FANS, 4th Dragoon Guards, SOD of General Sir Henry Pane, O.C.B. to Miss CHRISTI/Ii Roam niece and co-heiress of the late General Sir Phillip Keating Roche, K.C.B. On the Sth inst., at St. Marylebone Church, WILLIAM Povms. Esq., of the Middle Temple, to ALICIA, daughter of the Rev. T. C. Edgell, of Union Place, New Road. DEATHS.
On the 7th Inst., at Esher Place, Surry, Maar, relict of the late John Spicer, Esq., in her 66th year.
On the 5th inst., at Lansilown Place,Cheltenham, in her 77th year. AMELIA, relict of the late Thomas Hokpins, Esq., and youngest daughter of the late Sir John Hopkins. On the 7th inst., at Brighton, Mrs. SPARK, relict of the late Dr. Spark, iu her 65th year. CHARLOTTE, wife of the Rev. Dawson Warren, Vicar of Edmoutuu. In Callogan Place, in her 93th year Mra. ANNE GODDARD, sister of the late Ambrose Goddard, of Swindon, W ilts.
At Ashford, Kent, PETER JACKET ; he was baptized Sept. 10, 1737, at Sutton Haw, near Dartford. Ile entered the Army about 1754. In 1755 was at the taking of Cher- burgh. in 1759 was at the taking of Gaudalotipe, Meander). and Marigulaute. In 1775 at Lexington and Ituuker's hill, where he lust his right arm. I le w as the oldest pensiouer under the Crown.
At Calcutta. Lieut. J. ANDERSON, R.N., in his 42d year.