16 OCTOBER 1847, Page 19


Oh the 7th October, at Surrenden-Dering, the Honourable Lady Hering, of a son. On the Stb, at Shernfold Park, Sussex, the Hon. Airs. Ashburnham, of a daughter. On the 8th, at Barford House, Bridgewater, the Countess of Cavan, of a daughter. On the 9th, at Ashford Hall, near Ludlow, the Lady of Major-Genervi Leehmere Hassell, C.B., of a son.

On the 9th, at the Rectory, West Tilbury, Essex, the With of the Rev. J. Hargreaves, Of twin boys.

On the 1 1 th, at the Elms, Stoke Bishop, near Bristol, the With of Captain C. W. Metcalfe, R.N., of a son.

On the 13th, at the house of the Lord Chief Baron, Lady Pollock, of a child, still- born.


On the 1st October, In the cathedral church of the Holy Trinity, Gibraltar, the Rev, Godfrey Kingsford, BA., Canon of the cathedral,fourth son of Edward Kingsford, Esq., of Southwark, to Emma Louisa, eldest daughter of Archdeacon Burrow.

On the 7th, the Rev. Charles Henry Mainwaring, third son of Captain Rowland Main- waring, R.N., of Whitmore Hall, Staffordshire, to Jane, third daughter of the Rev. Sir Henry Delves Broughton, Bart., of Broughton Hall, in the same county.

On the 7th, at St. Mary's Church, Donnybrook, Francis Dukinfield Astley, Esq., of Dakinfield Lodge, Cheshire, and Fell Foot, Lancashire, to Gertrude, second daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Harry Jones, Royal Engineers, Chairman of the Board of Public Works in Ireland.

On the 7th, at Shevlock Church, Cornwall, Philip Allen, Esq., youngest eon of William Allen, Esq., of Lisconjill, Cork, to Frances, only daughter of the Hon. Philip James Cocks, late of the Grenadier Guards.

On the lIth, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Thomas B. Hanham, Esq., youngest son of the Rev. Sir James Hauham, Bart., of Dean's Court, Dorset, to Emily Anne, eldest daughter of Edward Castleman, Esq., of Allendale House, Wimbome.

On the 12th, at St. James's Church, Paddington, the Rev. Charles Richard de Hayti- land, Incumbent of Downside, near Bath, to Agnes Maria, youngest daughter of the late Major-General Molesworth, H. E. I. C.'s. Service.

On the 12th, at Alarbury, Cheshire, Henry E. A. Dalbiac, Esq., to Mary, daughter of Sir H. AL Affilnwaring, Bart.

On the 14th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, John Billingsley Parry, Esq., of Great Cumberland Place, Hyde Park, and of Lincoln's Ina, one of Majesty's Counsel, to Mary, daughter of the late Sir William Rawson, and Widow of the late John Goddard Richards, Esq., of Roebuck House, county of Dublin.


On the 6th October, at Dundee, the Very Reverend Dean Horsley, of the Scottish Episcopal communion.

On the 6th, Anne, Wife of John Frederick Baillie, Esq., of Leys Castle, Inverness- shire ; in her 36th year. On the 7th, at Deuston House, Suffolk, Sir Thomas Pigott, Bart., late Captain in the Royal Horse Guards (Blue) ; in his 50th year. On the 7th, from an accidental discharge of his gun whilst shooting, Samuel White- Way, Esq., of Oakford, Kingsteignton, Devon ; in his 36th year. On the8th, at Balmorral, the Right Hon. Sir Robert Gordon, G.C.B., late her Majesty's Ambassador at the Court of Austria.

On the llth, in Hertford Street, Mayfair, the Dowager Lady Waterpark ; in her 81st


On the 11th, at Ipswich, Lieutenant-General Sir Samuel Trevor Dickens, K.C.11., Senior Colonel Commandant of Royal Engineers ; in his 83d year.

On the 12th, at Greenhithe, Charlotte, the Wife of Alderman Thomas Wood ; in her 60th year.