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On the 26th January, at Southsea, Hants, the Lady of Captain Francis Liardet, of a son. On the 29th, at the Rectory, Livermere, Suffolk, the Wife of the Rev. Asgill Col vile, of a son. On the 31st, at the Rectory, Thornton Watlass, the Wile of the Rev. Reginald Courte- nay, of a daughter. On the 3Ist, at the Rectory, Worth, Sussex, the Wife of the Rev. George C. Bethune, of a daughter. On the lot February, at Bishop's Court, County of Kildare, the Countess of Clonmell, of a daughter.

On the let, at Leytonstone, the Wife of Sir Edward N. Buxton, Bart., of a son. On the 2d, the Marchioness of Blandford, of a son.

On the 4th, at Brocton Hall, Staffordshire, the Lady of Major Chetwynd, of a daughter. On the 5th, in Park Street, Grosvenor Square, Lady Graham, of a daughter.


On the 27th January, at Shillington, Beds, the Rev. Richard Hull, Rector of Ston- don, to Jane, daughterof William Brooks, Esq., of Ansley End HOUBC, Shiliington.

On the 28th, at Old Connaught, Henry Quin, Esq., of Wingfield, to the lion. Isabella, third daughter of Lord Plunket. On the 29th, at Brighton. James William Drake, Esq., R.N., son of the Rev. Jolur Drake, of Northchurch, Hefts, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Robert T. Heysham, Esq., late of Stagenhoe Park, and of Weston Lordship, in the County of Herts. On the 31st, at Blatheswycke, the Rev. William U. Dyott, youngest son of General Dyott, of Frecford, Staffordshire, to Matilda Sophia, third daughter of the late Donates O'Brien, Esq., of Ticsover House.

On the 3d February, at Trinity Church, Marylebone, the Rev. John George Beres- ford, youngest son of the late Admiral Sir John Poo Beresford, Bart., to the Hon. Caroline Amelia, youngest daughter of the Right Hon. Lord Denman.

On the 3d, at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, Viscount Curzon, eldest sou of Had Howe, to Harriet Mary, second daughter of Mr. and Lady Charlotte Start.

On the 5th, at the Unitarian Chapel, Gee Cross, Thomas Bayley Potter, Esq., son of the late Sir Thomas Potter, of Manchester, to Mary, daughter of Samuel Ashton, Esq., Pole Bank, near Hyde.


In August last, on the Manning River, New South Wale.3, Captain Thomas New ; ha his 38th year. On the 30th November, killed on board H.M.S. Comas, in the action at Point Obli- gale, In the Parana, Lieutenant Charles John Briekdale, R.N., second son of John Forteseue Brickdale, Esq., of Newland, Gloucestershire; in his '29th year. On the 224 January, in Bon Accord Terrace, Aberdeen, Mrs. Wilson 1.1colson, of Glenberwie, KlucardinesMre, youngest daughter of the late Sir William Nioolson, of Glenbervie, Bart., and Relict of the Rev. James Wilson, Minister of Farnell, Forfar- shire; In her 79th year. On the 24th, at Edinburgh, Mrs. Francis Symonds, Widow of Thomas Symonds, Esq., formerly of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-law. • On the 24th, at Weens House, Roxburghshire, Mrs. Unwin; in her 34th year. On the 30th, in Upper Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, Joseph Constantine Carpne, Esq., P.11.8.; In his 824 year. On the 31st, to Belgrave Square, the Marquis of Graham, the Infant son of the Duke and Dutchess of Montrose. On the 31st, at Mount Radford Terrace, Exeter, Lieutenant Henry U. Baugh, R.N., eldest sou of Captain Thomas Folliott Baugh, R.N. On the 31st, at Chapel House, Faversham, the Rev. H. S. Mortimer, Vicar of Throwley, Kent ; In his 734 year. On the 24 February, in Pelham Place, Brompton, Lady Stoddart, Wife of Sir John Steddart, Knight, and daughter of the late Rev. Sir Henry Monerelf Wellwood, Bart., Of Telllbole, Scotland. On the 2d, at Buxted Parsonage, the Rev. Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Rector of Busted, with Ucktield, late Master of Trinity College, Cambridge; in hia 71st year. On the ad, at the house of his father. Rear-Admiral Brown, Southsea, Portsmouth, Lieutenant Seymour Torte Brown, R.N. On the 4th, in Curzon Street, Charlotte Mary, Relict of the late Sir George Pocock, Bart. On the 4th, at Horstead Rectory, the Rev. William Abbot, Rector of llorsiead and Coltishall, Norfolk.