4 AUGUST 1860, Page 12


On the 21st of July, at Jesmond Grove, Edgbaston, the Wife of George A. Everitt, 6Esq., Belgian and Hanoverian Consul at Birmingham, of a son. On the 23d, at St. Margaret's, Rochester, the Wife of the Rev. Robert Winston.

M.A., of a son.

On the 25th, at Burley, near Leeds, the Hon. Mrs. William Beckett Denison, of . a daughter. On the 26th, at No. 2, Chapel Street, Grosvenor Square, the Hon. Mrs. Seymour Dawson Darner, of a daughter. On the 28th, the Wife of Mr. James Parker, Publisher. Oxford, of a son.

On the 29th, at Road, Mrs. S. Savill Kent, of a son, prematurely. On Sunday, at 26, Willow Crescent, Mrs. Baillie Cochrane, of a son and heir.

At 49, Rutland Gate, the Hon. Mrs. Charles Lindsay, of a son.


On the 2Ith of July, at Seaton Carew, in the county of Durham, William Craw- :ford, of Leeds, Esq., bartiater-at-law, to Caroline Margarette, eldest daughter -of William Blanshard, of the last-named place, Esq., barrister-at-law, Recorder of Doncaster.

On the 24th, at St. George's, Hanover Square. by the Rev. J. G. Young, Lenox Prendergast, Captain Scots Greys, to Marion, eldest daughter of the late Neill Mal- colm, Esq., of Poltalloeh, Argyllshire.

On the 25th, at the district church of St. James's, Croydon, by his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, St. George Tucker, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, to Frances Margaret, only daughter of Major-General Sir Frederick Abbott, C.B., Lieut.-Governor of the Royal Indian Military College, Addiscombe. On the 26th, at All Soul's Church; Langluun Place, Thomas Webster, Esq., RA., to Ellen, younger daughter of the late Richard K. Summerfield. On the 26th, at Aghada, near Cloyne, the Rev. T. Palling Litt,le, incumbent of Oxenhall and Pauntley, Gloucestershire, second son of the late John Little, Esq., of Pitchcombe House, in that couuty, to Anne Esther Maria, second daughter of the late Lieut.-General Sir Joseph Thackwell, G.C.B.

On the 31st, at Hollyeot, Lasswade, Dr. David Dees, C.B., Re., Inspector- General of Hospitals and Fleets, to Margaret. youngest daughter of the late William Hepburn, Esq.

On the 17th of July, at his residence, Anderton, near Devonport, Rear-Admiral William Frederick Lapidge, aged sixty-seven. On the 20th, at Spa, Belgium, Philip Frederick, fourth son of the late Sir John Courtenay Honywood, Bart., of Evington, Kent, aged forty--four.

On the 25th, the Venerable William Wray Maunsell, Archdeacon of Limerick, in his seventy-cighth year.

On the2kii, at the Vicarage. Doncaster, the Reverend John Sharpe, D.D., for forty-three years Vicar of that place, and Canon of York, aged sixty-nine.

On the 26th, at 29, Portland Place, the Reverend Leveson Vernon Harcourt, Chancellor of York, son of the late Edward Darcourt, Archbishop of York, aged seventy-two, On the 27th, at Weymouth, Major William Henry Simpson, C.B., in his fifty-fifth year, On the 28th, at 31, Lansdown Crescent, Cheltenham, aged eighty-five, Frances Maria, Widow of the late Lieutenant-Colonel John Macdonald, of Summerlands, Exeter, and daughter of the late Sir Robert Chambers, formerly Chief Justice of Bengal.

On the 30th, at 34, Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, John Hammill, Esq., aged fifty- seven.

On the 30th, at Meaburn _Lodge, Clapham Park, Marriott, the Wife of John Thwaites, Esq., chairman of the Metropolitan Board of Works.

On the 30th, Frederick Augustus Carrington. Esq., F.A.S.. of Lincoln's Inn Fieldi, and Ogbourne St. George.- Wilts, banister of the Oxford Circuit, Recorder of Wokinghani, D.L. for Berks, and J.P. for Wilts, aged fifty-eight. On the 30th, at South Square, Gray's Ina, John Bowerbank, Esq., Commander in the Royal Navy, aged sixty-nine. On the Slat, at the Marine Hotel, Worthing, Lord Burgbersh, eldest son of the Earl and Countess of Westmorland, aged one year and ten months.