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On the 19th September, at Leamington, the Lady of William Duckett, Esq., of Ens- MIstown Park, county of Carlow, of a son and heir.

On the 20th, at BaroneId, the Lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Hall, of a son.

On the 20th, at Gray's Vicarage, Essex, the Wife of the Rev. Henry Selby Hale, of a daughter.

On the 20th, at Northampton, the Lady Emily Fitzhardinge Capel, of a son. On the 21st, in Stanley Place, Chester, the Lady of Captain T. L. Massie, R.N., of a son.

On the Slat, at Edinburgh, the Lady of the Hon. J. C. Dundas, M.P., of aeon.

On the 23d, in Upper Brook Street, the Hon. Lady Brooke, of a son.

On the 23d, at Norwood, Mrs. J. H. Rowland, of a daughter.

On the 24th, at Hampstead, the Lady of Captain Sir William Edward Parry, R.N.,

of a son.

On the 24th, at Winchester, the Lady of Captain the Hon. Charles Grantham Scott, of a daughter.


On the 15th July, at the Cathedral, Calcutta, Philip 31elvM, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service, Under-Secretary to the Government of India, to Emily Jane, eldest daughter of Charles Hogg, Em.

On the 2d September, at Malta, the Right Hon. Lord Napier, to Anne Jane Charlotte, only daughter of Robert Manners Lockwood, Esq., and Lady Julia Lockwood.

On the 16th, at Aberdeen, John Madden, Esq., of Bramcote, to Annie Duncan, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Macgregor, of the Thirty-third Regiment.

On the 18th, at Sherborne Church, Henry William, eldest son of Sir George Dash- wood, Bart., of Kirilington Park, Oxfordshire, to Sophia, only daughter of John Drink- water, Esq., of Sherbome House, Warwickshire.

On the 18th, at Doneraile Church, Captain W. St. Leger Alcock, second son of Co- lonel Alcock and the Hon. Caroline Alcock, to Charlotte Harriett Esther, only child of the late Jonas Shwa, Esq., and of the Hon. Charlotte Stawell, of Kilbrittain Castle, county of Cork.

On the 18th, at Llanfyllin, the Hon. and Rev. Thomas Henry Noel Hill, third son of the Right Hon. Lord Berwick, to Harriet Rebecca, eldest daughter of the late John Humffreys, Esq., of ',hum Montgomeryshire.

On the 20th, at Leamtngton, Captain Newell, R.N., to Maria Alston Wilson, niece of Lady Nisbett.

On the 23d, at St. George's, Hanover Square, the Hoff and Rev. Richard Cavendish Tovrnshend Boyle, youngest son of the Earl of Cork and Orrery, to Eleanor Vero, youngest daughter of Alexander Gordon, Esq., of Elton, in the county of Aberdeen.

On the 23,1, at Little Portland Street Chapel, Hamer Stansfeld, Esq., of Headingiy Lodge, near Leeds, to Ellen, daughter of the late Matthew Towgood, Esq., of Rivers- field, Hants.

On the 23,1, at Halton Chapel, Sir Frederick H. Hervey Bathurst, Bart., of Clarendon Park, Wilts, to Clara Emily, youngest daughter of $ir Richard Brooke, Bart., of Nor- ton Priory, Cheshire.

On the 25th, at Trinity Church, Tunbridge Wells, Robert Dundas, Esq., of Arniston, Mid-Lothian, to Emily Louisa, only child of the Hon. James Knox, brother of the Earl of Ranfloriy.

On the 23d, at Carshaliton, John Hammet Beadon, son of William Bastion, Esq., of Gotten House, Gotten, Somersetshire, to Emma Harriet, only daughter of James Whiting, Esq., of the Grove, Carshalton.

Cu the 25th, Henry Edwards Browne, Esq., to the Hon. Catharine Georgians, daugh- ter of the Right Hon. Lord Decies.


On the 16th September, at Bath, William Ross, Esq., formerly Attorney-General of Jamaica ; in Ms 74th year.

On the 17th, in Young Street, Manchester, John Bracewell ; in his 88th year. He IVES supposed to be the last man living who was in the action along with Admiral Rodney In the destruction of the French fleet under the command of the Count de Grasse, in the West Indies, on the 12th April 1782.

On the 19th, at Greenwich Hospital, 3irs. Amelia Lloyd, relict of the late Rev. David Lloyd ; in her 90th year.

On the 19th, Mrs. Elizabeth Anna Hatton, only surviving daughter- ad Sir Thomas Hatton, Bart., of Long Stanton Hall, Cattibridgeshire.

On the 2Ist, at Dorking, Mr. Robert Best Ede ; in his 46th year.

On the 22d, at Sanwa, near Weston-super-Mare, the Bishop of Bath and Wells ; in his 85th year.

On the 22d, at Hampstead, the Rev. J. T. Cook, M.A., Vicar of St. Andrew's, Whit- lieges, in the Isle of Ely, and formerly Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge ; in his 62d year.

On the 24th, at Oxford, the Lady of the Rev. Henry Wellesley, M.A., Vice-Principal of New Inn ; in her 27th year.

On the 25th, at Putney, Mrs. Langley, relict of the late John Langley, Esq., formerly Recorder of Rochester ; in her 92d year.