At Twickenham, on the fici of July, Eleanore, Countess of UNI)ridge, in the 30th year of her age. Her Ladyship was the second daughter of Colonel and Lady Char- lotte Campbell, and niece to the Duke of Argyll. Suddenly, on Sunday, at Twinstead Hall, Suffolk, Lady Denys, wife of Sir G. W. Denys, Bart.
On the 25th ult., at Dieppe, Sibella Matilda, youngest daughter of Lieutenant- General Sir Hudson Lowe, K.C.B., aged live years. On the 231h ult., Lady Bankes, relict of the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Bankes, Bt. On the 30th silt., Zorayda, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Newton, Esq., of Clapham Common.
At Smithtown, Richard Coggan, Esq., Lieut. R.N. Be was the only survivor of the crew of his Majesty's ship Stirling Castle, Capt. Robert Parker, which was wrecked n the West Indies, during a dreadful hurricane in October, 1780. After floating with three of the crew (who perished during the time) on a part of the wreck four days, he was cast ashore at Monte Christie, where he was made prisoner by the Spa- niards, and sent to St. Domingo, from whence, after a short confinement, he made his escape. He was one of the few surviving officers of Lord Rodney's action of the 12th April, 1762.
On the 14th of June, at Paris, after a short illness, Col. Charles Illorland, Isle of 9th Lancers, Aide-de-Camp to his Majesty ; Only surviving brother of Williaui Alex. antler Morlaud, Esq., of Court Lodge, Lamberhurst, Kent.
On Sunday, the 22nd of June, at 51, Upper Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, Lieut.-General Stevenson, after an hitless of only two days.