24 APRIL 1852, Page 19


On the 16th April, at South Willingham Rectory, LinctlInshire, the Wife of the Rev. Andrew Corbett, of twin sons. On the 16th:in Eaton Place West, Lady Elizabeth Russell, of a son.

On the 16th, at Mrs. Marley's, in Cavendish Square, the Lady John Manners, of a son.

On the 18th, in Montagu Place, Bryanstone Square, the lion. Mrs. M'Leod, of 1PLeod, of a son.

On the 20th, at Escrick Park, prematurely, the Lady Elizabeth Lawley, of a son, who only survived one hour. On the 21st, at Talacre, Flintshire, the Hon. Lady Meaty-a, of a daughter. On the 22d, at the Deanery, Mocking, Essex, the Wife of the Very Rev. Henry Carington, of a daughter. On the 23d, at Arle-Bury, the Wife of Francis Marx, Beg, of a son.


On the 14th April, at St. George's Chapel, Edinburgh, Duncan Forbes, Esq., late of China, to Sarah, second daughter ot the late Sir John 'Forbes, of Craigievar, Bart.

On the 15th, at St. John's Church, Paddington. Captain Edmund Disnty Byng, First Bengal Fusiliers, second son'of Rear-Admiral the Hon. H. D. Byng, to Eliza- beth Egbertha, eldest daughter of the late John Horsley. Esq., Madras Civil Service.

On the 15th, at Wells, the Rev. Robert Andrew Bathurst, Rector of Birchanger, Essex, second son of the late Lieutenant-General Sir James Bathurst, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Robert Harkness, Vicar of East Brent, Somerset. On the 17th, at Richmond, Surrey, Lord Clarence Paget, son of the Marquis of Anglesey, to Martha Stuart, youngest daughter of the late Admiral Sir Robert Waller Otway, of Hyde Park Gardens, Bart., G.C.B. On the 20th, at St. John's, Paddington, Fuller Maitland Wilson, Esq , eldest son of Henry Wilson, Esq., of Stowlangtoft Hall, Suffolk, to Agnes Caroline, second daughter of the lion. the Vice-Chancellor Kindersley. -On the 20th, at St. Marylebone, the Rev. Frederic Braithwaite, M.A., to Emily Elizabeth. eldest daughter of Nicholas Westby, Esq., and the Hon. Emily Westby, of York Gate, Regents Park. On the 20th, at St. Pancras, Colquhoun Smith, Esq., of Hayti, to Charlotte Mary Anastasia, slaughter of the late Michael Stritch, Esq., of Toumullin, County Clare. On the 20th, at Blonham, Abel Mellor, Esq., late of the H. E. 1. Company's Civil Service, to Laura Annie, third daughter of Sir Charles Gillies Payne, Bart., of Blun- ham House, Bedfordshire. 'On the 20th, at Loughglyn, in the county of Roscommon, William M•Cann, Esq., of Herbert House, in the county of Dublin, to Katharine, third daughter of the late J. E. Strickland, Esq.


On the 5th April, at Lewisham, Kent, Mrs. Atm Kelly; in her 108d year. On the 5th, at Paris, Captain Price, R.N., eldest surviving son of Barrington Price, Esq., and Lady Maria Price. On the 14th, at Thornock Hall, Lincolnshire, Edmund Bacon, Esq., only sur- viving son of Sir Edmund Bacon, Bart., of ltaveningham Hall. Norfolk.

On the 14th, at Lower Stakeaby, near Whitby, Abel Chapman, Esq. ; in his 95th year.

On the 15th, at Brighton, Frederica, Wife of Captain Henry Begot, R.N., and youngest daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir Charles Begot, G.C.B., and Lady Mary

Masot ;ie. her 26thyear. On th 17th, at Bath, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Campbell, formerly Major of

the Ninety-fourth Regiment ; in his 63d year. On the 18th, the Rev. Samuel Colby Smith, M.A., Rector of Denver, Norfolk, and formerly Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge; in his 77th year. On the 19th, at Swallowfield, Berke, Sir Henry Russell, Bart.; in his 69th year. On the 20th, in Upper Berkeley Street.. Elizabeth, daughter of the late Very Rev. Charles Talbot, D.D., Dean of Salisbury, and the Right Hon. Lady Elizabeth 1 albot. On the 21st, at Brighton, William Stirling, the only son of William Barwick Hodge, Esq., of Chepstow Villas West, Bayswater ; in his 6th year.

On the 2,3d, at his house in Clapton Square, William Horst Ashpitel, Eeq., one of her Majesty's Justices of the Fame for the County of Middlesex; in his 76th year.