BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Brains.--On the 6th inst. at Edinburgh, the Lady of Capt. Basil Hall, R.N. of a daughter-On the 8th inst. at Fintray-house. Aberdeenshire, the Hon. Lady Forbes, of Craigievar, of a daughter-On the 11th inst. at Wellingborough, the Lady of the Rev. C. Palley Vivian, of a son-In Princes-street, Cavendish-square, the Lady of Maj.-Gen. Sir Colin Campbell, of a still-born child-Lady Charlotte Lane Fox, of a daughter-At Wood- ehester-park, Gloucestershire, on the 10th inst. the Hon. Mrs. Moreton, of a son.
MARRIAGES.-On the 8th inst. at Cambridge-house, Capt. Henry Ramsden, of the 9th Lancers, third son of Sir John Ramsden, Bart. of Byram, Yorkshire, to the Hon. Frederica Law, fourth daughter of the late and sister of the present Lord Ellenborough -On the 8th inst. at Upton Grey, Hampshire, Daniel C. Macreight, Esq. 51.D. to Caro- line, daughter of the lute Sir W. Paxton, of Middleton-hall, Carmarthenshire-On the kb inst. at Edinburgh, James Strachan, Esq. of Manilla, to Jane, second daughter of the late J. Duthie, Esq.-On the 11th inst. at S. James's Church, Caroline, eldest daughter of I.S. Wright, Esq. of Bulcote-lodge, Notts, to Sir F. A. Mackenzie, Bart. of Gairlock, Rosshire-On the 13th inst. at St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Rev. the Dean of Lincoln, the Duke of Buccleugh to Lady Charlotte Thynne, third daughter of the Mar- quis and Marchioness of Bath.
Bamins.-On the Gth inst. at Rolvenden, Kent, at the advanced age of 98, John Henry, Esq. Admiral of the Red-On the 0th inst. at Tynemouth, the Lady of Sir C. Loraine, Bart.-On the 7th inst. at Bayham Abbey, Sussex, Frances, Marchioness of Camden-At his residence, Moggalbane, aged 84, the Right Rev. Dr. James O'Shaugh- ll,esaY, Catholic Bishop of Killalae-At his house in Parliament-place, on the 7th inst. J. Reeves, Esq. who was the most mutifarious author of his period, joint editor of the -Alt-Jacobin Review and Magazine, and a constant writer in the Government periodicals and newspapers for upwards of half a century-At Crouch End, on the 12th inst. C. J. Maguey, Esq. the eldest son of the late Alderman Magnay, at the age of 35-In Bedford- square, Aug. 12, C. Warren, Esq. Chief Justice of Chester, in his 66th year-Near New- castle-upon-Tyne, on the 11th inst. C. Stevinscn, aged 73. He was a man of great per- sonal strength and powers, and one of the twelve survivors of the Centaur, 74 (700 men), Captain Inglefield, which was lost 47 years ago in the Atlantic-The Rev. It. Kilsha, Al.A. Rector of Barkston, perpetual Curate of Fairfield, Kent, and Chaplain to the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports-At Lowestoft, aged 822 the Rev. J. Q. Spurgeon, BMW of t.'/'AllOa Rad Cloptaa, Suffolk.