21 AUGUST 1852, Page 20


On the 11th August, at Beechwood, Midlothian, the Lady of Sir David Dundas, Bart., of Beechwood, of a daughter.

On the 120, at Hazelwood Castle, Yorkshire, the Hon. Mrs. Vavasour, of a daughter. On the 13th, at Stubbing Court, Derbyshire, the 'Wife of T. H. Pedley, Esq., of a daughter.

On the 14th, at Friar's Hill, near Hastings, Sussex, the Wife of William Drew Lucas Shadwell, Esq., of Fairlight, 'of asou and heir.

On the 15th, in Grosvenor Place, the Hon. Mrs. Bateson, of a daughter. On the 16th, at the Rectory, Lytchett-lilatravers, the Wife of the Rev. W. Mor- timer Heath, of a daughter. On the 16th, in Portland Place, the Lady Susan Vernon Harcourt, of a son. On the 18th, at Southill, Beds, the Wife of Commander Hon. Mark Kerr, of a BOO.


On the 11th August, at St. Edmund's, Salisbury, the Rev. John William Marsh, Vicar of Bleasby, Notts, to Ellen, only daughter of the late Rev. George Radcliffe, D.D., Prebendary of Salisbury. On the 12th, at Balcaskie, N.B. Alexander Kihloch, Esq., Grenadier Guards, eldest son of Sir David Moloch, Bait., of Gilmerton, N.B., to Lucy Charlotte, eldest daughter of Sir Ralph A. Anstruther, Bart., of Balcaskie. On the 12th, at All Souls', Lanham Place, Henry, second son of the Venerable Archdeacon Harper, to Laura Cecilia, third and youngest daughter of the late Charles Harris, Esq., of Bath, and formerly Member of Council, Madras. On the 12th, at Shawbury, Shropshire, Edward Holmes Baldock, Esq., M.P., of Hyde Park Place, to Elizabeth Mary, eldest daughter of Sir Andrew Vincent Corbet, Bart., of Acton Reynold, Salop. On the 12th, at Whimple, Devon, Montague, eldest son of Montague Baker Here, Esq.. of Morebath House, Devon, to Cecil Henrietta, second daughter of Captain Wentworth Buller, R.N., of Strete-Raleigh, in the same county. On the 12th, at Longhope, Gloucestershire, Kingsmill Manly Power, Esq., of the Hill Court, Ross, late Captain in the Sixteenth Lancers, second son of the late Lieu- tenant-General Sir Manley Power, K.C.B., and K.T.S., to Anna Eliza Blanche, only daughter of John Probyn, Esq., of the Manor House, Longhope, and of Newland, Gloucestershire.

On the 17th, at Brighton, Henry Elliott Bayly, Esq., of her Majesty's Fifty-fourth Regiment, second son of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Henry Bayly, of Burley Villa; Lyme Regis, to Thomasine Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Oliver, Esq., Bath. On the 17th, at Thenford, Charles Henry Rouse Boughton, Esq., eldest son of Sir W. Rouse Boughton, Bart., to Mary Caroline, second daughter of J. M. Severne, Esq., of Thenford, Northamptonshire. On the 19th, at Si. George's, Hanover Square, Captain Lloyd, Grenadier Guards, of Aston Hall, Shropshire, to the Lady Frances Hay, third daughter of the Earl and Countess of Iiinnoull.


In April last, at Sydney, New South Wales, the Rev. Robert Knox Sconce, A.B., late Rector of St. Andrew's, in that town, formerly of Brasenose College, Oxford; in his 34th year. On the 4th June, at Calcutta, of illness contracted on service in Burmab, Major Hugh Montgomery, of the Madras Artillery, third son of the late Sir Henry Conyng- ham Montgomery, Bart. On the 29th, at George Town, Demerara, Jeffrey Hart Bent, Chief Justice of British Guiana ; in his 72d year. On the 4th August, at Leghorn, Mrs. Shell, widow of Richard Lalor Shell. On the 7th, at Whaplode-Drove, Lincolnshire, the Rev. Richard Low, B.D., Vicar of Misterton, and Perpetual Curate of Crewkerne, Somerset; in his 75th year. On the 11th, in Yorke Terrace, Cheltenham, Colonel William Croker, C.B., late Lieutenant-Colonel commanding the Seventeenth Regiment ; in his 64th year. On the 13th, at Rothly Temple, Leicestershire, the Vice-Chancellor Sir James Parker; in his 49th year. On the 13th, at Lipton, Essex, Sir John Henry Pelly, Bart., F.R.S.; in his 75th year.

On the 15th, at Ramridge, near Andover, Henry Gawler, Esq.; in his 87th year. On the 16th, at Ashley Rectory, Northampton, the Rev. Richard Ferrer, raw years Rector of that parish ; in his 76th year.

On the 17th, at Vale Royal, Cheshire, the Lady Delamere. On the 18th, in Portman Square, the Duke of Hamilton; Bilis 85th year.