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On the 23d September, at Eastnor Rectory, the Wife of the Rev. W. Pulling, of a daughter.

On the 23d, at Darley House., Sunbury, the Wife of Captain Hayes, Forty-sixth

Re • ent of a daughter.

On the 23d, at Mortlake, the Hon. Mrs. Henry Taylor, of a son.

On the 25th, at Perdiswell, Lady Wakeman, of a son.

On the 26th, at Ringrone House, Devonshire, the Hon. Mrs. Stretton, of a BM

On the 27th, in Grosvenor Square, the Lady Foley, of a son. On the 27th, at Bishop's Court, county Kildare, the Countess of Clonmell, of a daughter. On the 28th, at Oaklands, Dursley, the Wife_of E. A. Freeman, Esq., of a daughter. On the 29th, in Eaton Terrace, Lady Elizabeth Romilly, of a daughter. On the 30th, at Langley Park, Bucks, the Marchioness of Chandos, of a daughter. On the 30th, at Bath, Lady Wade, of a daughter.


On the 5th May, at St. Thomas's, Mulgoa, New South Wales, the Rev. Alfred H. Hewlett Stephen, B.A., of St. Lawrence, Sydney, eldest son of Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, to Rebecca Maria, second daughter of George Cox, Esq., of Win- bourne.

On the 22d September, at Dunolly, Sir Angus Campbell, Bart., of Dunstaff-

naDge, to Sophia Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Captain MacDougall, of Mac- On the 23d, at Iver, Bucks, Henry John Boulton, Esq., son of the Hon. H. J. Boulton, of Toronto, late Chief Justice of Newfoundland, to Charlotte, daughter of Henry Rudyerd, Esq., of Colne House, Iver. On the 23d, at St. Margaret's, Whalley Range, Manchester, Matthew Smith Dods- worth, Esq., late Captain R.A., eldest son of Sir Charles Dodsworth, Bart., of New- land, and Thornton Hall, Yorkshire. to Anne Julia, youngest daughter of the late Colonel Crowder, K.H., of Brotherton, in the same county.

On the 28th, at St. Mary's, Lambeth, Richard Hatton, Esq., of Albany Street, Re- gent's Park, to Frances Sarah Osborn, eldest daughter of Sir Richard Burton, of Sackett's Hill House, Isle of Thanet.

On the 28th, at Winchcomb, Gloucestershire. Colonel Mercer, Commandant of the Woolwich Division of the Royal Marines, to Mrs. Derrington, relict of the late William Hale Derrington, Esq., of Napleton, Worcestershire. On the 30th, at St. James's Church, Colonel Henry Aitcheson Hankey, of the King's Dragoon Guards, to the Lady Emily Georgina Arabella, widow of the late Richard Pennefather, Esq., of Knockewan, Ireland, and sister of the Earl of Glengall. On the 30th, at Thames Dittoo, Captain Frederick D. Cleaveland, Royal Artillery, son of the late Colonel Cleaveland, R.A., of Shirley Holmes, Hants, to the Hon. Sophia Sugden, daughter of the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor.


On the 24th June, at Fort Peddie, South Africa, Henry Louis Clements Robert- son,-Esq., D.A.C.G., only remaining eon of the late Assistant-Commissary-General Robertson.

On the 9th September, at Holme, N.B., Lieutenant-General Sir John Rose, K.C.B., of the Bengal Army ; in his 75th year.

On the 20th, in Upper Cheyne Row, Chelsea, Mr. William Finden, historical en- graver ; in his 65th year. On the 20th, at Paris. Mary Josephine Lady Delvin; in her 25th Tear. On the 22d, at Glen "Rake, Colonel Sir Digby Mackworth, Bart.; in his 64th year. On the 24th, the Rev. Charles Burne, of Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, of which parish he bad been Rector forty-four years; in his 76th year. On the 26th, at Penshurst, Lieutenant-Colonel Streatfeild, late of the Grenadier Guards.

On the 28th, in Parkville Street, Islington, the Rev. William Burton Dynham, Rector of St. Swithin's, Chaplain to the troops, Winchester, and Chaplain to H. R. H. the Duke of Cambridge.

On the 26th, in London, the Hon. Eleanora Grant IlacDowell, widow of William Grant MacDowell, Esq., of Arndilly, Banffshire, N.B., and sister to Lieutenant- General the Lord Saltoun.

On the 27th, in Michael's Place, Brompton, Mrs. Mary Trelawny Brereton, relict of Colonel Trelawny Brereton, late of the Grenadier Guards; in her 91st year.