23 AUGUST 1851, Page 20


On the 26th May, at Hongkong, the Wife of the Lord Bishop of Victoria, of a son. On the 15th August, in Curzon Street, Mayfair, the Lady Catherine Wheble, of Hulmershe Court, Berks, of a daughter. On the 15th, at Waresley Park, Huntingdonshire, the Lady Caroline Duncombe, Of a son.

On the 15th, at Spring Vale, Isle of Wight, the Wife of Captain George Hathorn, R.N., of a son.

On the 15th, in Lowndcs Street, the Lady Blanche Dupplui, of a daughter. On the 16th, at Dublin, the Marchioness of Kildare, of a son. On the 17th, at Compton Place, Eastbourne, the Lady Fanny Howard, of a daughter. On the 19th, at Heath's Court, Ottery St. Mary, Mrs. J. D. Coleridge, of a son. On the 19th, at the Rectory, Burslem, the Wife of the Rev. Charles Hebert, M.A., of a son..

On the 21st, at Cobham Hall, Kent, the Countess of Darnley, of a son and heir. MARRIAGES.

On the 13th August, at Gloucester, the Rev. A'fred Barry, M.A., Sub-Warden of Trinity College, Glenahnond, Perthshire. to Louisa Victoria, second daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Smart Hughes, Vicar of Edgware and Canon of Peterborough. On the 14th, at St. James's Church, Westbourne Terrace, Lieutenant George Augustus Brine, R.N., second son of James Brine, Esq., of Bath, to Ninctte, daughter of Charles Purton Cooper, Esq., of Grove End Road, and Lincoln's Inn, Queen's Counsel. On the 14th, at Terrington St. Clement's. Norfolk, the Rev. Alfred Charles Smith, M.A., only son of the Rev. Alfred Smith, of Old Park Wilts, to Frances Anne, se- cond daughter of the Rev. T. T. Upwood. MA., of Lovers lean, Vicar of Terrington. On the 15th, at the Subdeanery, Chichester, Captain George Clarke Hurdis, Rs." to Anne Elizabeth, daughter of the late John Fuller, Esq., of Uckfield. On the 19th, at St. George's Church, Hanover Square, Frederic second son of the Right Hon. Lord Byron, of Eaton Place, to Mary Jane, second daughter of the late Rev. William Wescomb, Rector of Langford, and co-heiress of the late John Eromerton Wescomb, Esq., of Tirrumpton Ball, Nottinghamshire, and Langford Grove, Essex. On the 19th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, the Rev. Frederic Farm, of Henbury, Dorset, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late James Peel Cockburn, Esq., of Salcome House, Devon. On the 19th, at St. Giles, Camberwell, Alfred Dawson, son of James Hooper, Esq., of Bath Place, Peckham, to Letitia, third daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Henry Walpole, Vicar of Winslow, Bucks. On the 19th, at Littleborough, Lieutenant Molesworth, R.N., son of the Rev. Dr. Molesworth, to Sarah, daughter of the late Lawrence Newell, Esq., of Town House, Littleborough. On the 19th, at 0 verseal, Leicestershire, the Rev. Georee,, Lloyd, Incumbent of Willesley, Derbyshire, son of the Rev. Dr. Lloyd, Incumbent of Greeley, to Fanny Maria, youngest daughter of the late Rev. William Vawdrey, Rector of Harthill, Cheshire. On the 19th, at Ilfracombe, Captain Edward Kaye, Bengal Artillery, to Eliza Somers, second daughter of Rear-Admiral Down, of Ilfracombe. On the 19th, at St. Luke's Church, Chelsea, Frederick Arthur, youngest son of the late Captain Richard Nosworthy, Paymaeter Second West India Regiment, to Eliza Louisa Spry, eldest daughter of George Thompson, Esq., M.P. for the Tower Ham- lets. On the 20th, at Weybridge, the Rev. G. H. Fagan, Rector of King's Weston, an

Somerset, second son of the late Colonel G. H. Fag, Adjutant-General-of the Ben- gal Army, to Rose, fourth daughter of the late Sir Harding Giffard, Chief Justice, Ceylon.

On the 21st, at Reigate, Juland Danvers, Esq., eldest son of Frederick Dawes Danvers. Esq., of the Duchy of Lancaster, to Sarah Frances, daughter of the late Rev. Henry Rochfort, of Vastina Rectory, county Westmeath.


On the 22d May, by the upsetting of a boat, in Simon's Bay, Cape of Good Hope, Midshipman Samuel II. Pendleton, H.M.S. Orestes, eldest son of Captain H. L. Pendleton, South Regiment; in his 21st year. On the 26th July, at Messina, Sicily, the Rev. Matthew Drake Babineton, MA., of Trinity College, Cambridge, Incumbent of St. George's Chapel, Whitwick, and of the Oaks Chapel, Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire, and Rural Dean. On the 11th August, at Belleville Lodge, Newington, Edinburgh, Sir Henry Jardine. On the 16th, in Sloane Street, Lieutenant-General Nathaniel Forbes, H. E. I C. 8. On the 16th, the Rev. William Field, of Leam, Warwick, author of the "Life of Dr. Parr," &c. ; in his 85th year.

On the 18th, at Brighton, the Earl of Clare. On the 19th, at Radwell Rectory, Harts, the Rev. Charles John Silencer, A.M., for many years Rector of that parnh, and Curate of Edworth, Beds; in hie 70th year. On the 20th, at Wickham, Hants, Captain William Burnaby Greene, R.N.; in his 54th year. On the 21st, Mrs. Mary Sparrow, of High Street, Kensington ; in her 90th year.