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On the 15th December, at James Town, St. Helena, the Lady of the Reverend James Chambers, Chaplain of the island, of a daughter.

On the 2d February, at Government House, Nassau, Bahamas, the Lady of his

Excellency Governor Gregory., of a son.

On the 11th, at the Pavilion, Kandy, the Lady of his Excellency Sir George William Anderson, K.C.B. of a son.

On the 27th, at Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, the Lady of H. T. Bowen, Esq.,

Puisne Judge of that island, of a son.

On the 20th March, at Dover, the Wife of Lieutenaut-Colonel Farrant, K.L.S., H.M.'s Secretary of Legation in Persia, of a daughter. On the 23d, in Upper Harley Street, the Lady Caroline Gamier, of a eon. On the 23d, at Huraley Park, Hampshire, the Lady of Sir William Heatheote, Bart., of a son.

On the 23d, at Caldecot House, Abingdon, the Lady of J. B. Sedgefield, Esq., of a daughter. On the 24th, at St. Glace's Rectory, Southwark, the Wife of the Rev. L. M. Hum- bert, of a daughter.

On the 24th, at the Hague, the Hon. Mrs. Henry Elliot, of a son.

On the 25th, in Upper Brook Street, the Viscountess Stopford, of a daughter. On the 28th, in Wilton Crescent, the Countess of Winchilsea, of a son.


On the 4th February, at Nassau, Bahamas, Cornelius Hendericksen, eldest son of the late Lawrence Kortright, Esq., to Emily, third daughter of Major the Hon. John Grant Anderson. Receiver-General and Treasurer of the colony.

On the 27th, the Earl of Howth, to Henrietta Elizabeth Digby, only daughter of Peter Barfoot, Esq., of Midliugton, Hants, and Landenstown, county of Kildare.

On the 22d March, George B. Osborne, Esq., second son of Lieutenant-General Osborne, of the H.E.I.C.S., of Pengelly House, Cheshunt, Herts, to Alice, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Solly, Esq., of Walthamstow, Essex. On the 24th, Alexander Robert Sutherland, Esq., of Silver Hill, Torquay, to Xs- ria Theresa, only daughter of Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Cochrane, K.C.B.


On the 18th March, at Plumbland, Cumberland, Christiana Ann, Wife of the Rev. Charles Cuthbert Southey ; in her 32d year. Cn the 18th, in Broad Street, Brighton, Major-General Matthew Mahon. On the 18th, at Almondsbury, near Bristol, Ebenezer Ludlow, Esq., Sergeant-at- law, and one of the Commissioners of Bankruptcy for the Bristol district ; in his 74th year.

On the 18th, at Selling Vicarage. the Rev. Edward Butter Theed, M.A., Rector of Fletton, Huntingdonshire, and Vicar of Selling, Kent ; in his 64th year.

On the 19th, at Farnborough Hall, near Bromley, Kent, Mr. Thomas Stow ; in his 82d year. On the 20th, in Cumberland Terrace, Admiral Sir Edward Hamilton, Bart., K.C.B. ; in his 79th year. On the 20th, at Studham Hall, Herts, Henrietta, Wife of James Holland Goude ; and on the 21st, at the same place, James Holland Goude ; both in their 54th year.

On the 21st, in Upper Baker Street, Regent's Park, Marianna, the Wife of Major Mulkern, and daughter of the late Major-General Sir William Toone, K.C.B., Ben- gal Arm. On they 21st, at Percy Cross, William Green, General the Hon. Sir Alexander Duff, G.C.H. • in his 74th year.

On the 21st, at the Hoo, Herts, Thomas Lord Deere; in his 77th year.

On the 22d, Robert Napier Bailees, Vicar of Long Hope and Old Sodbury, Glou- cestershire; in his 66th year.

On the 22d, in Camden Road, Mr. Benjamin Leadbeater, the well-known natural- ist; in his 79th year. On the 224, at Dundee, Anne, the Wife of General Sir William Chalmers, C.B., K.C.H., of Glenricht, Perthshire; in her 45th year. On the 23d, at Dublin, Peter Count D'Alton, of Grenanstown, county of Tip- perary. On the 25th, at Woolwich Common, Major-General John Boteler Parker, C.B., late of the Royal Artillery, and Lieutenant-Governor of the Royal Military Academy. Ou the 26th, at Richmond, Surrey, Mrs. Elizabeth French, Widow of the late George French, Esq.; in her 91st year. On the 27th, at Notting Hill Terrace, Catherine, Relict of the late Captain Sir George Mouat Keith, Bart., R.N. On the 27th, in Grosvenor Square, Mary, 'Widow of the late Colonel Gore Lang- ton, of Newton Park, Somerset.