3 APRIL 1852, Page 9


On the 25th March, at Hythe House, near Staines, the Wife of Lieutenant-Co-

lonel Des Voeux, of a daughter, stillborn.

On the 25th, at Castle Rising Rectory, the Wife of the Rev. Chancellor llagot, of a son.

On the 25th, at Midhurst, the Lady Jane Knox, of a son.

On the 26th, the Wife of John Upton Gasket", Esq., of Ingersley Hall, Cheshire, of a son and heir.

On the 26th, the Lady Alfred Paget, of a son. On the 26th, at Berkswell Hall, near Coventry, the Wife of the Rev. Charles Bicktnore, M.A., of a son.

On the 28th, at Culverthorpe Hall, Lincolnshire, the Wife of C. Hill, Esq., of a


On the 29th, at Lawshall Rectory. Suffolk, the Wife of the Rev. Evan Wine, of a daughter.

On the 30th, at Claridge's Hotel, Brook Street, Lady Olivia Ossulston, of a son. On the 2d April, in Canton Gardens, Mrs. William E. Gladstone, of a son.


On the 225 March, at Hersham, Surrey, the Rev. W. Cornwall, M.A., Colonial Chaplain to Cape Coast Castle, late Rector of St. Michael's, Beelike, to Frances, eldest daughter of T. B. Hudson. Esq., Waylands, Hersham. Walton-upon-Thames. On the 25th, at Mount Melville, James Wolfe Murray, £.m., of Cringletie, to Elizabeth Charlotte. younger daughter of John Whyte Melville, Esq., and Lady Catherine Whyte Melville.

On the 25th, at Lee, Kent, Alexander Hannah, of New House Field, Hudders- field, to Mona Louisa, fourth daughter of the late William Brook, Esq., J.P., of Glad- bolt, near Huddersfield.

On the 30th, at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, Charles, youngest Bon of Pro- fessor Cowper, of King's College, London, and Kensington Park Villas, to Isabel Agnes, youngest daughter of John Thompson, Esq., of Campden Hill, Kensington.


On the 10th March, at Stockholm, Augusta Louisa, Wife of Rear-Admiral Sir Edmund Lyons, Bart., G.C.B., her Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to his Majesty the King of Sweden and Norway, and daughter of the late Captain Josias Rogers, R.N.

On the 19th, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, Jane, Relict of the late Thomas Rutherford, Esq.; in her 95th year.

On the 24t1,, at Calais, Jane Crauford Viscountess Hawarden.

On the 24th, at Mahnesbury, Wilts, the Rev. William Fletcher, Vicar of Ilarwell, Berks, and a Magistrate, for the counties of Bucks and Berks; in his 58th year.

On the 24th, at Colchester, the Rev. John Robert Smythies. of Lynch Court, Herefordshire, Master of St. Mary Magdalen, at Colchester ; in his 74th year. On the 24th, at the Firs, Kenilworth, Lieutenant-General Thomas Stewart, of the Madras Army; in his 75th year. On the 25th, at Little Bowden, Market Harborough, Mrs. West, authoress of many popular works; in her 93d year. On the 26th, at Upton House, Alreaford, S. Eliza, Wife of Colonel the Mon. Cranley Onslow ; in her 64th year. On the 27th, in Montague Street. Matilda, Wife of John Trotter, Esq., of Bush, N.B., and fifth daughter of the late Sir Francis Workman Macnaghten, Bart. On the 28th, at Birmingham, the Lady Olivia Acheson. On the 28th, at Lonsdale House, Fulltam,Sir John Shelley, Bart.; in his 81st year. On the 28th, at Wandsworth, Mr. George Cade; his 98th year. On the 30th, at Thames Ditton, Surrey, Harriet, Relict of the late Bartholomew Gibson, Esq. ; in her 96th year. On the 30th, in Regent Street, Edward Fitzwilliam, Esq., comedian and vocalist ; in his 67th year.

Lately, in London, on his return from India, Alexander James Johnson, late Lieutenant H. M. Fifty-third Regiment, son of Major Johnson, late Forty-fourth Regiment, and grandson of the late Captain Alexander Johnson, Twenty-fifth Regiment; in his 23d year.