16 JULY 1859, Page 11


On the 5th of July, at the Wellington Barracks, the Wife of Captain Anstruther Grenadier Guards, of a daughter.

On the 6th, at 52, Notting Hill Square, the Wife of Frederick W. Calvert, Esq., H.M.'s Consul at the Dardanelles, of a daughter. On the 10th, at No. 40, Marina, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, the Wife of BransbyCoosT Pelle, Esq., of a son. On the 10th, at Ickworth, the Lady Arthur Hervey, of a daughter. °SR On the 11th, at 21, Wilton Crescent, the Wife of Henry Lowther, Esq., M.P., of a eon. On O the 11th, Mrs. George Cordercy, of York Terrace, Regent's Park, of a son.

On the 12th, at 8, Willow Walk, Kentish Town, Mrs. F. Martin, of a son.

On the 13th, Lady Alfred Spencer Churchill, of a daughter.


On the 5th of July, at the Parish Church, Clifton, the Rev. George Edward Francis Masters, Incumbent of Harrington, Salop, nephew of the late Sir Robert Grant, Bart., of Dalvey, to Joanna, eldest sure iving daughter of the late Richard Strachey, Esq., of Ashwick Grove, Somerset, and niece to the late Sir Henry Strachey, Bart., of Sutton Court. On the 7th, at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, Edmund, eldest son of Harry Edmund Waller, Esq., of Farmington Lodge, Gloucestershire, to Lucy Georgina, youngest daughter of the late Henry Elwes, Esq., of Colesbourne Park, in the same county.

On the 12th, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, Herbert Murray, Esq., son of the Bishop of Rochester and Lady Sarah Murray, to Charlotte Lcartia Caroline, eldet daughter of Lieut.-General and the lien. Mrs. Arbuthnot.

On the 12th, at the Parish Church, Alverstokc, Hants, Henry Dennis Motley, Esq., R.N., Commander 11.51.S. Gladiator, to Mary Jane, only daughter of the late George Randle, Esq., Stoke Damarel, Devon.

On the 13th, at St. George's, ilanover Square, by the Lord Bishop of Oxford, Charles Augustus Drake, only son of Charles Douglas lialford, Esq., of Grosvenor Square, and of West Lodge, Suffolk, to the Hon. Geraldine Frances Lee Dillon, youngest daughter of Viscount Dillon.


On the 9th of July, at Campdcn Hill, the infant son of Mr. Sergeant Parry.

On the 7th, in Wthipole Street, in her seventy-ninth year, Elizabeth, widow of George Hay Dawhrins Pennant, of Penrhyn Castle, North Wales, and daughter of the late Hon. William and Lady Bridget Bouverie.

On the 7th, at Merehiston Park, Edinburgh, Commander James Henderson, Royal Navy, aged sixty-five. On the 7th, at Roy-don Rectory, Norfolk, the Rev. Temple Frere, Canon of West- minster and Rector of Hoyden, aged seventy-eight. On the 7th, at his residence, Whiting Bay, county Waterford, Ireland, Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart. On the 8th, at No. 13, Hereford Street, of bronchitis, the Hon. William Frede- rick Pitt, in the fourteenth year of his age. On the 12th, at Kensington Place, Bath, in his seventy-sixth year, the Rev. Wil- liam Harris Starch, D.D., formdrly President and Theological Tutor of Stepney College, London.

On the 10th, at his house, Thurcaston, Leicestershire, in the forty-ninth year of his age, Charles George, eldest surviving son of the late Sir John Richardson, for- merly one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas.

On the 12th, at Hathern Rectory, near Loughborough, in the seventv-sixth year of his age, and the fifty-first of his incumbency, the Rev. E. T. March Phillipps, Rector of Hathern and Chancellor of the Diocese of Gloucester.