15 MAY 1852, Page 20

On the 3d May, at Croft House, Leicestershire, the Wife

of the Be,'. W. Henry

Cooper, of a daughter. On the 6th, at Bookhrun, Surrey, the Hon. Mrs. Toler, of a son. On the 8th, in Russell Square, Mrs. George Clowes, of a son. On the 10th, in Ely Place, Dublin, the Lady Kihnoine, of a daughter. On the Ilth, in Grosvenor Square, the Countess of Verulam, of a son and heir. On the 11th, at Etchings Park, Bucks, Lady Wilshire, of a daughter. On the 12th, in Belgrave Square, the Marchioness Camden, of a daughter.


On the 23d December, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, South Australia, Albemarle Bertie Cator, Esq., only surviving son of Rear-Admiral Bertie Cator, to Henrietta, eldest daughter of Nathaniel Alexander Knox, Esq., of the county of Londonderry. On the 22d April, at Corfu, Edward Charles Butler. H.M. Thirty-sixth Regiment of Foot, A.D.C., second son of John Ruler, Esq., of Kirby House, Berks, to Frances Guadalupe Felipe Maria, eldest daughter of Sir Henry George Ward, G.C.M.G., and Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands.

On the 6th May, at St. Andrew's Church, Plymouth, the Rev. Edward Pickard Cambridge, Rector of Warmwell, Dorsetshire, second son of the Rev. George Pick- ard Cambridge of Bloxworth House, in the same county, to Harriet Caroline, youngest daughter of Captain Foot, R.A. of Tor Grove, Devon.

On the 11th, at Stapenhill, by the Rev. George Lloyd, Margaret Jane, eldest daughter of the Rev. George Lloyd, D.D., to Abram Bass, Esq.. of Burton-on-Trent.


On the 4th March, off the Island of Ascension, Lieutenant-Commander Russell Patsy, R.N., of her Majesty's steamer Bloodhound, eldest son of Lieutenant Patsy, R.N., of Canford, Dorset ; in his 35th year. On the 11th, killed in action with the Caffres, at Fuller's Hoek, the Hon. Henry Wrottesley, Lieutenant Forty-third Light Infantry, fourth son of Lord Wrottesley; in his 23d year. On the 4th May, at Worcester, Cecilia, eldest daughter of the late John Macdonald Rinneir, Esq., of Sands, N.B., and sister of the late Sir John Macdonald Kinneir, and of Archdeacon Macdonald.

On the 7th, in Chapel Street, Belgrave Square, General Sir William Heir Grant, Ii..C.B., Colonel of the Second (N.B.) Dragoons. On the 7th, at Carnsallock, N.B., 'Anima Campbell Lady Johnston, Relict of the Right Honourable Sir Alexander Johnston, of Carnsallock, and daughter of Captain the late Right Honourable Lord William Campbell, R.N., and M.P. for Argyllshire. On the 8th, in Norfolk Street, Park Lane, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Charles Rowan, G.C.B., late Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. On the 9th, at Ormsby Hall, Yorkshire, Sir William Henry Pennyman, Bart.; in his 88th year. On the 9th, at Escrick Park, Paul Selby Lord Wenlock ; in his 67th year. On the Ilth, at his town residence, Libbeus Charles Humfrey, Esq., of Great Queen Street, Westminster, one of her Majesty's Counsel, and a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn; in his 54th year. On the 12th, in Portland Place, Major-General George Alexander Reid, M.P., of Bulstrode Park, Bucks. On the 13th, at his residence, the Lodge, Bedford, Nicholas Fitzpatrick, Esq.. 111.D. ; late Royal Artillery.