On board the Prince of Wales, on his passage home from Calcutta, the Rev. Arthur Hamilton, B.A., son of the late Sir Frederick Hamilton, Bart., of Silverton Hill, Lanarkshire, and Great Cumberland Place, Hyde Park. On the 21st April, a few days after landing at the Cape of Good Hope, of dysen- tery, consequent upon long exposure and fatigue during the siege of Delhi, Edward John White, Esq., Captain 2c1 Bengal Fusiliers, eldest surviving son of Major-Gene- ral Michael White, C.B., late in command of the 3d Light Dragoons.
On the 22d May, at Baroda, Bombay, of fever, Lieutenant Lamont, 89th Regi- ment, eldest son of R. W. A. Lamont, A.C.G.
On the 9th July, in St. Bernard's Crescent, Edinburgh, Major-General John Mitchell ; in his 73d year.
On the 10th. at the residence of her son-in-law, Caroline Place, Mecklenburg Square, Martha, relict of the late Edmund Miles, Esq., formerly of Kingston, Ja- maica, and of Lloyd's, London; in her filth year.
On the 10th, at Llanbadoe, near Usk, Monmouthshire, Augusta Marie Nichol]. widow of the late William Nicholl, Esq., 3I.D., of Ryde, Isle of Wight ; in her 75th year.
On the 10th, at Hull, Margaret, wife of Joseph Ayre, M.D.; in her 76th year.