On the 4th March, at Middleton Hall, Northumberland, the Wife of George Hughes Hughes, Esq., Of a Son.
On the 5th, at Cohen. County Louth, the Lady of Captain Wynne, R.A., of a son. On the 7th, at Eton College, the With of the Rev. Charles Old Goodford, of a son. On the 8th, in Kent Place, Blackheath, the Lady of Colonel Bagnold, of the Bombay Army, of a son.
On the 9th, at Highciere Parsonage, the Lady of the Rev. R. WDonald Cliental*, of a daughter.
On the 9th, at Tonbridge, the Lady of the Rev. Dr. Walden, of a daughter. On the 10th, in Portman Square, the Hon. Sirs. Adderley, of a son and heir.
On the 5th March, at Cartsbrooke, Isle of Wight, Waldo Philips, Esq., son of the Rev. Thomas Philips, of St. Cross, near Newport, to Arabella, daughter of the late Rev. David Garrow, D.D., Rector of East Barnet, Herts.
On the 5th, at St. James's Church, Paddington, Augustus De Butts, Esq., Captain in the Madras Engineers, eldest son of Lieutenant-General Sir Augustus De Butts, K.C.H., Royal Engineers, to Anna Georgians Elizabeth. only daughter of Rear-Admiral Ingle- field, CB., Commander-in-Chief„ South-east coast of America.
On the 7th, In Stephen's Green, Dublin, Sir George de la Peer Bereafbrd, Bart., to Elizabeth, second daughter of David Lucas, Esq., of Clontibret, County Monaghan. On the 7th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, James Alexander, Esq., eldest son of Thomas Alexander, Esq., of Edenblidge, Kent, to Mary Agnes, youngest daughter of Sir George Cayley, Bart., of Brompton, Yorkshire. On the 10th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Sir Thomas He-sketh, Bart., of Raiford Hall, Lancashire, to the Lady Arabella Fenner. eldest daughter of the late Earl of Pomfret.
On the 12th, at Trinity Church, Upper Chelsea, Allan, youngest eon of the late John Dent, Esq., M.P., of Hertford Street, Mayfair, to Blanche, third daughter of Gorges Lowther, Esq., of Hampton Hall, Bath.
On the 27th June, at Callao, In Peru, at the house of Dr. Gallagher, John Wallace, late a Lieutenant in the Ninety-fourth Regiment, eldest son of Colonel Wallace, late of the King's Dragoon Guards ; in his 30th year.
On the 19th September, at the Close, Aucklaud, New Zealand, Elizabeth, Wife of the Rev. William Charles Dudley, MA., late Pastor of Kororarika, and second daughter of the late Job Wells, Esq. of Wallingford, Berks ; in her 35th year.
On the 19th, in Auckland, New Zealand, Joseph Morris, Esq., M.11 CS.; in his 35th year.
On the 5th November, at St. Nicholas, in the Cape Vent Islands, Zachary William, second son of H. W. Macaulay, Esq., her Majesty's Commissioner in the British and Portuguese Mixed Commission established at Boa Vista, in the said islands. On the 18th February, at Corfu, at the residence of her son-in-law, George Ward, Esq., Mrs. Mary Lander ; in her 94th year. On the 24th, drowned, near Cape Finisterre, in consequence of the loss of the Great Liverpool, Mrs. Archer, Wife of Dr. Archer, of her Majesty's Seventeenth Foot. On the 3d March, at the Queen's Parade, Bath, Reinhold Thomas Foster, Esq., late Storekeeper of Deptfonl Dockyard, and son of the Rev. Samuel Forster, D.D., late Rector of Shotley, Suffolk: in his 54th year. On the 4th, at Perney Hall, Shropshire, General Sir Evan Lloyd, K.C.11., Colonel of the Seventh Dragoon Guards.
On the 5th, at Weymouth, Rear-Admiral Hancock ; in his 83d year.
On the bib, at Turin, the Chevalier William de Virg, Equerry to his Majesty the King of Sardinia, and son-in-law of Basil Montagu, ESQ., Q.C.
On the 6th, at Thorverton Vicarage, the Rev. Thomas Waddon Martyn, Rector of Litton; in his 37th year.
On the 7th, at Bath, Rear-Admiral Lye; in his 635 year. On the 9th, at Ilitchin, Hefts, the Rev. Richard Lucas, eldest son of the late Rev. W. Lucas, of Llangattock House, Monmouthshire.
On the 9th at Girton, Cambridgeshire, the Rev. Alexander Cotton, Rector of Girton, and last surviving son of the late Sir John Ilynde Cotton, Bart., of Lanwade, and Madingley, in that county; in his 83d year.
On the 12th, in Sackville Street, the Right Hon. Lady Elizabeth Fielding ; in her 73(1. year. On the 12th, at Leamington, Mrs. Augusta Campbell, Widow of the late General Duncan Campbell, of Lochnell, and sister of the late Right Hon. Sir Patrick Murray, Bart., of Ochtertyre, Perthshire.
Lately, at Brighton, William Ely Cook, Esq.; in his 90th year.