BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Brutus.-The Lady of Thomas Duffield, Esq. of Marcham-park, .Berks, of a daughter-At Pockthorpe, on the 12th inst. the Hon. Mrs. Davidson, of a daughter-
On the 1 1 th inst. at Boulogne-snr-Bler, the Lady of Richard Kirwan, Esq. of a son -At Penglaise, near Aberystwith, the Lady of Roderick Eardley Riehardes, Esq. of a son-At Swithland-hall, the Lady of Sir John L. Lister Kayo, Bart. of a still-born son-At Dumfries, the Lady of Dr. John Clarke, Physician to his Majesty's Forces, of a daughter-This morning, in Hamiltou-place, the Countess Gower of a son and heir-At I nvermoriston, Mrs. Grant, of CHeumoriston, and May, of a son-At the Deanery, Peterborough, Mrs. Monk, the lady of the Very Reverend the Dean, of a daughter.
BLtmRlAGES.-On the 1111; inst. Lieut,-Col. Elrington, of the Third Regiment of Guards, to Anne Margaret, second daughter of John Elliot, Esq. of Pimlico-lodge-
At Cambridge. the Rev. Charles Henry Hartshorne, M.A. of St. John's College, to
Frances Margaretta, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Kerrich, principal librarian of Cambridge University-At Bath, Robert Brooke, Esq. of the Hon. East India Company's Bengal Civil Service, to Ann, youngest daughter of the late Stephen Ram, Esq. of Ilamsford-park, Ireland, and of Portswood-lodge, Hants-At Edin- burgh, Capt. Macgregor, 78th }highlanders, to Elizabeth Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Colonel Blair, Deputy-Governor of Fort George-At Eltham Church, on the 18th inst. by the Rev. Trefusis Lovell, Captain Belson, of the Royal Horse Artillery, to Frances Anne, only sister of the late Turner Macan, Esq. of Green Blount Lodge, County of Louth, Ireland.
DEATHS.-On the 9th inst. at Green-park, Youghzd, the residence of his son-in- law, Capt. Henry' Parker, R.N. the Earl of' Huntingdon, &c. in his 00th year ; victim to the effects of a West India climate, where he has been in the public ser- vice for the last six years-On the 14th, at West Woolsey, Edward Dodwell, Esq. in his Seth year-On the 14th, at Hampton Court, Sir John Thomas, Bart. at the ad- vanced age of 83-At her house, in Edinburgh, on the I Rh, Mrs. Murray, of Hen- derland, aged 92-On the Ilth, at Cynnuall, in the county of Flint, David Francis ,Pates, Esq. one of his :Majesty's Deputy Lieutenants for that county, in the 71st year of his age-Uo the 11th, at his seat, hell-(lace, near Maidenhead, Sir Gilbert East, Bart. aged 01-0 ti the 28th tilt. at ;Nantes, in the 85th year of his age, Colonel George Gledstanes, late of Salisbury-street-At Loveclough, in Rossendale, Martha Sutcliffe, aged 10 i-At Greenock, Janet Stewart, aged 101-At Guildhall, much la- mented, Mrs. Woodthorpe, the wife of the tow;; clerk-On the Ilth, at Workington- hall, J. C. Curwen, Esq. DI. P. aged 73-At the seat of his uncle, Sir Charles Mill, Bart. Charles, youn,test sun of the late John Barker, Es:t.-Ott the 14th, at his house, in Cavendish-square, William Phipps, Es,t. aged 77-At Mount-terrace, Taunton, Mrs. Do tula,, relict of the late Rear-Admiral Inioda.:, :Ind sister to the Right Hon. Lady Harris-In the Island of Cyprus, the infant daughter of the Rev. Mr. and Lady Georgina Wollf-Dec. 14, at Ilattipton Court, sir John Thomas, Bart. aged:ill-Dec. 17, at. Cambridge, aged 28, Georgiana Mirabelli, wife of the Rec. Edward Scrocohl Pedree, and second daughter of 0. Smith, E,i1. ill.!'.-AI the
Quitimen. near 0,:westr., F. R. West, son and heir of F. it. the boroughs of Denbigh, Hutt,