19 OCTOBER 1850, Page 20


On the 5th October, at Cheadle Rectory, Cheshire, the Wife of the Rev. C. J. Cummings, of a son. On the 8th, in Dublin, the Hon. Mrs. Robinson, Wife of Hercules Robinson, Esq., of a daughter. On the 10th, at the Manorhouse, Holt, Wilts, the Wife of John Neeld, Esq., M.P., of a son.

On the Ilth, at Kidderminster, the Hon. Mrs. Claughton, of a son. On the 11th, at the Vicarage, Chesterford, the Lady Harriet Hervey, of a son. On the 13th, at Albyns, Essex, the Lady of Sir Thomas Abdy, Bart., of a son. On the 13th, at Exeter, the Lady of Captain Aldridge, R.N., of a daughter. On the 14th, at the Rectory, Beaumaris, the Wife of the Rev. 13ulkeley Owen Jones, of a daughter. On the 15th, at Shawford House, near Winchester, the Wife of MajorGeneral Frederick, C.B., of a daughter.


On the 27th September, at Drummondville, near the Falls of Niagara, Canada_ West, George Dears, Esq., Captain Royal Canadian Rifles, to Jane Euphemia, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-General John Murray, for many years Governor of Demerara.

On the 10th October, at St. Saviour's, Jersey, James Budge, Esq., Captain of the Tartar, and son of the Rev. James nudge, D.D.. Rector of Itawkeburch, Dorset, to Annabelle, daughter of the late Major-General Graves.

On the 10th, at St. John's, Westminster, Edward Bernard Hale Lewin, Esq., of the General Post-office, to Maria Matilda, eldest daughter of Francis Itivaz, Esq., of Cowley Street. On the 10th, at St. Paul's, Southsea, Albert Gahagan, Esq., Tenth Regiment Madras Native Infantry, eldest son of the late Thomas Gahagan, Esq., Madras Civil Service, to Clara Frances, daughter of Captain Pritchard, R.N., of Southend House, Southsea.

On the 15th, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, Lieut.-Colonel Brooke Taylor, Eighty- fifth Light Infantry, to Hemietta, only daughter of Sir John Boyd, Bart., late of Denson, Kent. On the 15th, at St. John's Church, Paddington, Philip John Budworth, M.A., Jesus College, Cambridge, of Greensted Hall, Essex, to Blanche, youngest daughter of the late Captain Trimmer, R.N., of Connaught Square, Hyde Park. On the 15th, at All Souls', Charles Lloyd, fourth son of Vice-Admiral Hawker, of Cavendish Square, and Ashford Lodge, Hants, to Emma Jane, eldest daughter of John W. Digby, Esq. On the 15th, at Beton, Northampton, Bartholomew Tunnard, Esq., late Captain Twenty-seventh Regiment, to Harriet Jane, youngest daughter of the late Hon. and Rev. R. B. Stopford, Rector of Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire.


On the 29th July, at Cape Coast Castle, Western Africa, Alicia Georgian; the Wife of the Rev. B. R. Bradley, Chaplain. On the 14th September, George Benjamin Maule. Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister- at-law, eldest son of George Maule, Esq., of Wilton Crescent. He was among the passengers in the mail diligence from Barcelona to Valencia which was precipitated, at night, from a mountain pass near Oropesa into the sea, when all perished. On the 14th, George Henry, third son of G. T. Nicholson, Esq., of Waverley Abbey, Surrey, who perished by the same disaster. On the 7th October, Major-General Wingrove, formerly Commandant of the Wool- wich division of the Royal Marines. On the 8th, the Rev. 'William John Crockford, Rector of Mawg,an-in-Meneage and St. Martin-im-Meneage, Cornwall; in his 37th year.

On the 8th, in Arundel Street, Commander Horatio James, R.N., of Ithayader, Radnorshire ; in his Gist year.

On the 8th, at Paris, John Samuel Henry Weston, of West Horsley, Surrey, C.B.. and Colonel E.I.C.S.

On the 11th, at Sidmouth, Major-General Slessor ; in his 73d year. On the 14th, at Levant House, Sussex, Maria, Wife of Major-General James Cloud Bourc.hier.