25 SEPTEMBER 1847, Page 20


On the 11th August, at Barbados, the Wife of Captain Cavendish Boyle, A.D.C., of a daughter.

On the 9th September, at the Villa Galli, Florence, the Lady of the Hon. P. Campbell Scariett, of a son.

On the 12th, at Trowse next Norwich, the Lady Henrietta Harvey, of a son.

On the 13th, at Auchindarroch House, Argyllshire, Mrs. Campbell, of Auchindarroch, of a son.

On the 15th, in New Street, Spring Gardens, the Lady Mary Hoare, of a son. On the 15th, at Ashmaus, the Lady of E. S. Gooch, Esq., M.P., of a son.

On the 16th, In Malkin Street West, the Wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Vamdttart, Coldstream Guards, of a daughter.

On the 17th, the Marchioness of Blandford, of a daughter.

On the 19th, in Portland Kam, the Countess of March, of a son.

On the 19th, at Boconuoc, Cornwall, the Lady Louisa Fortescae, of a son.

On the 21st, at Chllwell Hall, Notts, the Wife of T. B. Charlton, Esq., of a son.

On the 22d, In Great Cumberland Place, the Wife of M. Wyvill jun., Esq., M.P., of a daughter, still-born.

On the 22d, at Norton House, Chichester, the Wife of Captain Dixon, R.N., of a daughter.

On the 24th, in Park Crescent, the Wife of John Homby, Esq., M.P., of a daughter.


On the 15th September, at Baden Baden, Lieutenant George Collier Kerr, R.N., son of the late Captain A. R. Kerr, R.N., C.D., to Anne Lambert, daughter of the late Sir William Drysdale, of Pitteuehar, Fifeshire.

On the 16th, at Kirby-under-Dale, Yorkshire, Henry Linwood Strong, Esq., Bar- rister-at-law, to Fanny Louisa, daughter of the Hon. and Rev. H. D. Erskine and the late Lady Harriet Erskine.

On the 16th, at Prestbury, near Macclesfield, John C. Dent, Esq., Barrister-at-law, of Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire, to Emma, eldest daughter of John Broeklehurst, Esq., M.P., of Hurdsfield House, Cheshire.

On the 16th, at the Abbey Church, Romsey, Charles Horton Rhys, Esq., only son of Major Rhys, of Bath, to Agnes Cuthbert, eldest daughter of Colonel Cureton, C.B., Aide-de-camp to the Queen, and Adjutant-General In the East Indies.

On the 11th, at South Collingham, Notts, the Rev. Walter T. Clarke, Vicar of Swlnderby, Lincolnshire, third surviving son of General Tredway Clarke, of the Madras Artillery, to Maria Frances, youngest daughter of the Rev. Joseph Mayor, Rector of South Collingham.

On the 21st, at St. John's, Derby, George Hall, Esq., of Parkhurst Prison, Isle of Wight, late of the Fifty-second Light Infantry, to Julia, eldest daughter of Colonel George Gawler, K.H., formerly of the Fifty-second Light Infantry, and late Governor and Resident Commissioner of South Australia.


On the 30th August, at Maryborough, Billy Alley, a remarkable character, who had some years ago been well known throughoutthe midland counties as a vendor of tracts; in his 112th year. Deceased was a native of the Liberty, in Dublin. He was present at Lord George Gordon's riots in London, being then a newsman. On the 8th September, at the Palace of Belle Vue, near Berlin, where he resided by favour of the King of Prussia, Jonathan Birch, Esq., the translator of Goethe's "Faust ' ; in his 64th year. On the 10th, at Frankfort, A.M., Grace, the only daughter of the late Emanuel Aguilar, of Hackney, and author of several popular works relating to Jewish literature, &c. • in her 32d year.

On the 14th, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Payne Workman, late of her Majesty's Thirty-fifth Regiment of Foot ; in hie 62d year.

On the 14th, at Weston House, Thames Ditton, General Sir John Lambert, G.C.B., K.S.W., and Knight Commander of Maximilian Joseph, Colonel of the Tenth Reg- matt of Foot ; in his 75th year. On the 19th, in Queen Anne Street, Mrs. Leece ; in her 93d year.

On the 21st, in Upper Kennington Lane, Mary Jane, the second and youngest daughter of Mr. R. Palmer, of Crane Court, Fleet Street ; in her 15th year. On the 21st, at Clifton, Real-Admiral Walter Grosett ; in his 80th year.

On the 22d, in Albemarle Street, Mrs. Johnes, of Torquay, Devon ; in her 96th year.