4 SEPTEMBER 1852, Page 8


On the 19th August, at Johnstone Hall, Staffordshire, the Wife of Robert Har- greaves, Esq., of a daughter, still-born. On the 20th, at the Rectory, Ternick, Sussex, the Wife of the Rev. William Steward Richards, of a daughter. On the 22d, at Bentcliffe Old Hall, Eccles, the Wife of the Rev. John Raven, Rector of Broughton Astley, of a son. On the 23d, at Cavershrun Parsonage, the Wife of the Rev. Joshua Bennett, of a daughter. On the 24th, at Bracondale, the Lady Henrietta Harvey, of a daughter.

On the 28th, at Aldhury Rectory, Hefts, the Wife of the Rev. R. Mountford

'Wood, of a daughter. On the 29th, at the Lawn, the Lady of A. L. Goddard, Esq., M.P., of a son. On the 30th, at Campden Hill, Kensington, Lady Georgians Romilly, of a son. On the 30th, in Cavendish Road, St. john's Wood, the Widow of the late T. C.

Granger, Esq., M.P., of a son. On the 81st, in Howley Place, the Wife of Charles W. Watkins, Esq., of Badby House, Northamptonshire, of a son and heir. On the 31st, at Ladbrooke House, Kensington Park, the Wife of W. Downing Bruce, Esq., K.C.S., F.S.A., of a son. On the 1st September, at Woburn Park, Surrey, the Hon. Mrs. Locke King, of a



On the 24th August, at Ermington, Devon, the Rev. Richard Lane jun., Incum- bent of Wembury, to Ann Smith, widow of the late Rev. Richard Stranger, of Zeal Monachorum, and only daughter of John Toms, Esq., of Erme Villa, in the same


On the 25th. at Bolsora Castle, Derbyshire, John Anstruther Thomson, Esq., of Charleton, Fifeshire, to Caroline Maria, daughter of the Rev. John Hamilton Gray,, of Carntyne, Lanarkshire. On the 26th, George Fovrnes Luttrell, Esq., eldest son of Francis Fownes Luttrell, Esq., of Kilve, Somersetsbire, to Anne Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Sir Alexander Hood, Bart., of Wootton, in the same county. On the 31st, at St. Mary's Church, Bryanston Square, Louis Charles third son of the Right Hon. Charles Tennyson D'Eyncourt, of Eayons Manor, Lincolnshire, to Sophia, youngest daughter of John Ashton Yates, Esq., of Bryanston Square, and' Dinglehead, Lancashire. "

On the 31st, at Hurst Church, Berko, Frederick Lewis Scrymgeour Wedderbure,. Esq., of Wedderburn, Forfarshire, and Birkhill, Fife, to Selina Mary, second daugh- ter of the late Captain Garth, R.N., of Heins Hill, Berks.

On the 31st, at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, the Rev. A. B. Burton, fourth son of Captain George G. Burton, RN., to Caroline Anna, youngest daughter of Orlando Orlebar, Esq., Commander RN.

On the let September, at Willesden, the Rev. Robert Joynes, Rector of Gravesend', to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of Commander Sellon, R.N., of Elm Lodge, Kilburn.

Lately, at the British Legation, Brussels, Richard Guinness Hill, Esq., of Stillor- ftii,e.DBuliineit,IsAcryofGsetoor,gemyaHBouusredelto,inyeorsuentgaestedsarprctfe2e latzuMelliteam.,

and niece of the late Sir Francis Burdett, Bart.


On the 23d August, at Itothsay, Miss Emilia Cumming, daughter of the late Sir Alexander Penrose Cumming Gordon, Bart., of Altyie, and Gordonstoun. On the 24th, at Bath, John Palmer, Esq., of Dorney Court, near Windsor; in his 58th year. On the 25th, at Castlecraig, Francis Napier Carmichael, third son of the late Sir Thomas G. Carmichael, Bart. On the 26th, at Carpenter's Hall, Richard Webb Jupp, Esq., senior member of the Corporation of London, and for fifty-four years Clerk of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters ; in his 85th year. On the 28th, at the Cove, Torquay, Elizabeth Laura, wife of Captain Holder, of the Scots Fusilier Guards, and eldest daughter of Colonel and Lady Laura Meyrick. On the 29th, in St. James's Square, the Earl of Falmouth; in his 42d year.

On the 29th, at Lurgan, Hannah, widow of the late Hon. and Rev. Charles Knox, Archdeacon of Armagh, and mother of the Bishop of Down and Connor; in her 76th year.

On the 30th, in Castle Street, Reading, Thomas Ord, Esq., late of the Bank of England ; in his 91st year. On the 30th, at Paris, Henry Moriarty, Esq., formerly Captain in the Twenty- eighth Regiment, son of the late Lady Lucy Moriarty and Captain Moriarty, R.N., and grandson of Simon, late Earl of Carhampton. On the let September, in Portland Place, Manchester, Thomas Houldswortla, Esq., late M.P. for the North Division of Nottinghamshire; in his 81st year. On the 2d, in Fleet Street, John Kemble Chapman, Esq., for many years editor of the "Sunday Times." On the 3d, at Tunbridge Wells, George Richardson Porter, Esq., Joint Secretary- to the Board of Trade.