23 APRIL 1859, Page 10


On the 13th of April, at 39, Prince's Gate, the Lady Thrice Thy-are, of a daughter. On the 13th, at Abinger Hall, the Hon. Mrs. Sidney Smith, of a son. On the 15th, at the Mansion House, Brecon, the Hon. Mrs. Henry Gore Lindsay, of a son.

On the 15th, at Bosworth Hall, the Wife of Sir Alexander B. C. Dixie, Dart., of a daughter.

On the 15th, the Wife of John W. Ogle, Esq., M.D., No. 13, Upper Brook Street, -Grosvenor Square, of a son.

At Troy House, the Hon. Mrs. Henry Curzon, of a daughter.

On the 16th, at St. Leonardo-on-Sea, the Wife of T. Thistlethwayte, Esq., South-

wick Park, Hants, of a son.

On the 19th, in Great Cumberland Street, the Marquise Taliacarne, of a son. On the 21st, at St. James's Palace, the Wife of Captain Frederic Sayer, of a son.


On the 14th of February, at Madras, by the Rev. A. H. Adcock, Captain Charles Elliot, Madras Artillery, youngest son of the late James Elliot, Esq., of Wolfiee, to Christina, fourth daughter of the late Sir Alexander Ramsay, Bart., of Balmain. On the 31st of March, at the Military Church, Stuttgart, Elizabeth Matilda, only daughter of the late Rev. Sir Henry Dryden, Bart., to the Baron Frederick William Emilius Pergler von Perglas, of the Royal Wurtembergisch Infantry. On the 13th of April, at St. Peter's Church, Tiverton, Arthur Mapletoft, Curteis, Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, and.one of the Masters of Leamington College, to Helen Maria, eldest daughter of Thomas Poyntz Wright, Esq., of Tiverton. On the 16th, at Trinity Church, St. Marylebone, Charles William Moore, Bengal Civil Service, second surviving son of Major J. A. Moore, to Rose Frances, second daughter of Sir Samuel E. Falkener, Bart.

On the 19th, at the parish Church, of West Ham, Essex, Joseph Hutton Dupuis, Esq., H. B. Majesty's Vice-Consul at Naples (the son of Joseph Dupuis Olim of the Consular Service in Ashantea and the Mediterranean States of Africa), to Julia Lilly, the second daughter of Capt. Thomas Strickland, of. Plaistow; Essex, grand- daughter of Mrs. Strickland, of Reydon Hall, Suffolk, and niece of Miss Agnes Strickland, the authoress.


On the 9th of April, at Gibraltar, on his passage home from India. William De- lafleld Arnold, Esq., Director of Public Instruction in the Punjaub, fourth son of the late Dr. Arnold, of Rugby, aged thirty-one.

On the 13th, of bronchitis, Sydney Lady Morgan. On the 14th, at No. 50, Berkeley Square, the Hon. Elizabeth Curzon, daughter of the late Viscount Curzon, in the ninety-first year of her age. On the 15th, at 16, Great Stuart Street, Edinburgh, Mrs. Jane Emily Wilson, the beloved wit: of William Edmonstoune Aytoun, Esq., Professor of Rhetoric in the University of Edinburgh. On the 15th, at 53, Eccleston Square, Caroline Rachel Bailie, eldest daughter of the Lord Advocate for Scotland, M.P.

On the 17th, at Edinburgh, Edith Millington, daughter of Dr. Lyon Playfair,„ aged six months.

On the 17th, at Cheltenham, Mary Ann, second and last surviving daughter of the late Reverend Sir Herbert Croft, Bart., aged seventy-four.

On the 18th, at the Palace, Salisbury, Mary Isabel, eldest child of the Right Reverend the Bishop of Salisbury, aged thirteen. On the 19th, at the Palace, Bangor, the Right Reverend Christopher Bethell, Lord Bishop of Bangor, in the eighty-sixth year of his age, and the thirty-fifth of his episcopate.