2 AUGUST 1851, Page 20


On the 23c1 July. at St. Amities, Lady Acland Hood, of a daughter. On the 23d, at West Stafford, Dorset, the Wife of John Floyer, Esq., M.P., of a son and heir.

On the 24th, at the Rectory, Compton-Martin, Somersetshire, the Wife of the Rev. Robert Baker, of a daughter. On the 24th, at the Rectory, Hamstall Ridware, the Hon. Mrs. H. Chohnondeley, of a daughter. On the 25th, at Golden Grove, S.W., the Viscountess Emlyn, of a daughter. On the 26th, at Parslows. Essex, the Hon. Mrs. Richard Denman, of a daughter. On the 26th, in Cumberland Street, the Hon. Mrs. Spencer Ponsonby, of a daugh- ter. On the 27th, at 13, Hyde Park Street, the Wife of Edward Budd, Esq., of a daughter. On the 27th, in Finsbury Square, the Wife of H. Jeaffreson, M.D., of a daughter. On the 27th, in Piccadilly, Baroness Mayer Be Rothschild, of a daughter. On the 27th, at Babworth Rectory, the Lady Frances Simpson, of a daughter. On the 28th, at the Priory, Ash Priors, Somerset, the Wife of John Winter, Esq ,

of a son and heir.- On the 29th, in Eaton Place, the Hon. Mrs. Parsons, of a daughter. On the 29th, LI Twyford Abbey, the Wife of Edmund Burke Roche, Esq., MT., of a son.

On the 30th, at Wilton House, Salisbury, the Hon. Mrs. Sffiney Herbert, of a daughter.


On the 20th June, at Ahmedabad, Captain H. W. Gordon, Fifty-ninth Regiment, A.D.C., E011 of Colonel H. NV. Gordon, R.A., to Henrietta Rose, Widow of the late Captain Grand, A.D.C.* and fourth daughter of Major-General W. Staveley, CB., Commanding Northern Division, Bombay Army. On the 23d July, at the parish-church of St. James, Paddington, the Rev. Ilenry Stuart Fagan, Fellow of Pembroke College. Oxford, and Head Master of Burton-on- Trent Grammar School, to Emily-, eldest 'daughter of James fanner, Esq., M.D., of Ness York.

On the 24th, at St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, the Rev. W. S. Parish, M.A., Fel- low of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, and Vicar of Cherry Hinton, to Maria, daughter of the late Edward Parish, Esq.

On the 24111, at St. George-the-Martyr, Queen Square, Thomas Cooke Wright, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, banister, to Fanny, third daughter of William Loftus Lowndes, Esq., Q.C.

On the 26th, at Brussels, Murray Macgregor, youngest son of the late Lieutenant- Colonel Valentine Blacker, C.B. Surveyor-General of India, to Frances Elizabeth, daughter of the late Samuel Blaciser, LL.D., Rector of MulMbrack, Armagh.

On the 28th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Douglas Baird, Esq., of Closeburne Hall, Dumfriesshire, to Charlotte, only daughter of Henry Acton, Esq.

On the 29th, at Battersea, the Rev. Henry Deane, Vicar of Gillingham, Dorset, and Prebendary of Salisbury, to Katharine Mary, youngest daughter of Ralph Smyth, Esq., of the Manor House, Battersea, and formerly Major of 11.M. Thirtieth Regiment. On the 29th, the Right Hon. and Rev. Lord George Gordon, Rector of Chesterton,. Hunts* to Charlotte Anne, daughter of Thomas Wright Vaughan, Esq., of Wood- stone, Huntingdonshire, one of her Majesty's Deputy-Lieutenants, and Colonel of the county Militia.

On the 29th, at Chastleton Church, the Rev. Thomas Harris, of Magdalen College, and Rector of Twerford, Oxon, to Joanna Dorothea, fourth daughter of John Henry Whitmore Jones, Esq., of Chastleton House.

On the 29th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Michael Sutton, Esq.' of Skeffing- ton Hall, Leieestershire, son of Sir Richard Sutton, Bart., to Harriet Anne, daugh- ter of the late William Fitzwilliatu Burton, Esq., of Burton Hall, county of Carlow.

On the 29th, at St. James's Church, Dover, the Rev. John Hawker, Incumbent of ' Redhill, lfants, eldest son of Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Hawker, K.C.IL, to Elizabeth, daughter of William Adair Bruce, Esq., barrister-at-law, of Ashley, Wilts. On the 31st, at St. George's, Hanover Square, the Rev. Plurner Putt Rooper, second son of John Bonfon Rooper, Esq., of Abbotts Ripton, Huntingdonshire, to Georgiana, daughter of George Thornhill, Esq., M.P., of Diddington, Hunts. Ott the 31st, at Sladeley, Stafford, Richard Monekton Milnes, Esq., M.P., only son of R. P. Maws, Esq., of Frystone Hall, and Bawtry, York, to the Hon. Annabel Crewe, youngest sister of Lord Crewe.


On the 21st June, in Georgetown, Demerara, Fitzroy John, fifth son of the late Major-General Stephen Arthur Goodman; in his 2-5th year. On the 18th July, at the Rectory of Waddington, near Lincoln, the Rev. C. J. Me- redith, late Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford ; in Ms 51st year.

On the 23d, Captain John Fisher, R.N.; in his 70th year.

On the 23d, at Enfield, Mary, the Wife of the Earl of Lisburne.

On the 24th, Nicholas Jersey Lovell, Esq., of Lodway House, St. George's, Somer- set; in his 52d year.

011 the 2111,, at Peachfield, Great Malvern, Phillia Bows, Relict of Sir Edward Thomason, late of Birmingham ; in her 79th year.

On the 25th, in Hiram' Street, after fifty-six years' service in the General Post- office, William Milliken, Esq.; in his 71st year.

On the 26th, in Gloucester Terrace, Regent's Park, Isabella Anne, Dowager Vis- countess Hawarden; in her 93d year.

On the 26th, at Penrith, Lieutenant-Colonel George F. Macleod, C.B., late Royal Engineers. On the 27th, in London, Sir Page Dick, of Port Hall, near Brighton ; in his 81st year.

On the 27th, at Flempton, the Rev. Alexander Brown, of Branton, Northumber- land, Rector of Flempton-cum-Ilengrave, Suffolk ;. in his 72d year. On the 30th, in Earl's Terrace, Kensington, Anne Caroline, only daughter of Lieu- tenant-Colonel P. F. Story, C.B., Ninth Light Cavalry Bengal Establishment ;in her 16th year. On the 31st, at Gray's Inn, Conipton Reade, Esq., only son of Sir John Chandos Reade, Bart., of Shipton Court, Oxford ; in his 37th year.