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On the 30th ult.' in Portman Square, the Hon. Mrs. MoNTAon, of a daughter. At the Dowager Lady Radstock's, No.4, Park Square, the Hon. Mrs. C. A. St. JOHN MILDMAY, of a daughter. On the 1st inst. at Cheltenham, the Lady of Capt. JOHN MWorroALL of M'Dougall, Royal Navy, of a son. On the 29th ult. at Pitfour, the Hon. Mrs. FERGUSON, of a daughter. On the 5th inst. at Ratcliffe Hall, Leicestershire, the Lady of R. N. OLIVER, Esq. of a daughter.

On the 4th inst. at Culverthorpe, the Hon. Mrs. HANDLEY, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. •

On the 24th ult. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, DAVID KEMP, of Annfield House, Fife, Esq. to Ross, second daughter of the late K. F. Mackenzie, of Montagu Street, Portman Square, Esq. On the 30th ult. at St. George's, Hanover Square, the Rev. Joan JEER; eldest son of Mr. Justice Jebb, and nephew to the Bishop of Limerick, to FRANCES Emma, youngest st daughter of Major-Gen. Richard Bourke, C.B. Governor of New South Wales. On the 20th ult, at the Marquis of Northampton's, Castle Ashby, the BARON DE NORMANS, Secretary of Legation to his Prussian Majesty at Hamburg, to Wis.NINA, youngest daughter of the late Lieut.-Gen. Maclean Clephane, of Carslogie and Torloisk, N.B. At Binegar, Somersetshire, after a courtship of thirty-one years (1) Mr. WILLIAM Jamas, parish clerk ahd sexton, to Miss BATT.

On the 30th inst. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, H. H. SOUTHEY, M.D. F.R.S Physician Extraordinary to the Queen, to CLARA, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Latham, Esq. of Champion Hill, Surry, On the 4th inst. at the Church of St. Alphage, Greenwich, MATTHEw Foarascos, Esq. of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, to MARGARET ELEANOR, second daughter of Philip Carteret Le Geyt, Esq. of Greenwich Hospital. On the 5th inst. at St. Mary's, ROBERT NORTH COLLIE HAMILTON, Esq. eldest son of Sir Frederick Hamilton, Bart. to CONSTANCE, daughter of General Sir George Anson, K.C.)3., M.P. On the 5th inst. at Aldingbourne, Sussex, JAMES WENTWORTH DULLER, Esq. of Downes, county of Devon, M.P. for the City of Exeter, to CHARLOTTE JULIANA JANE, third daughter of the late Lord Henry Howard, and niece to the Duke of Norfolk. O 5th inst. at Weymouth, PHILIP RICHARDSON, eldest son of the Rev. Kenrick Peck, of Notton Lodge, in the county of Wilts, to GEOILOIANA, third daughter of the late James Ford, of Finhaven Castle, Forfarshire, Esq. and Mrs. Aitkin, Charlotte Row, Weymouth. DEATHS.

On the 2nd inst. at Wheatfield. Oxon, in his 35th year, the Rev. FREDERICK CHARLES SPENCER, Rector of Wheatlield, and grandson of the late Lord Charles Spencer. On the 1st inst. at his house in Welbeck Street, ALL3N CHATFIELD, Esq. in his 52nd year. • On the 17th ult, at his residence, Reynshambank, Cheltenham, in his 88th year, the Hon. ROBERT moons, brother to the late and uncle to the present Marquis cf Drogheda. On the 24th ult, at his residence in Harley Street, Cavendish Square, in his 30th year, GEORGE STANTON ELD DURANT, ESCI. eldest SOD Of George Durant, ESQ. Of Tong Castle, near Shiffnal, swop. G ft oar FERRER s, third son of the late Edward Ferrers, Esq. and Lady Harriet Ferrer& On the 26th March last, at Trincomalee, in the Island of Ceylon, Lieut. EDWARD NDAL, of the Royal Artillery.

At Swan River, where he held the situation of Commissioner of Crown Lands

and Private Secretary to the Governor, WILLIAM STIRLINO; En. . At Barnstaple, the Rev. Dr. C. GARDEN, Rector of St. Ernie, and Irks; of tin Lelant, Cornwall. ' . At csayton-le-Marsh, Lincolnshire,. MAYFIELD, hag 102n4 year, She re. to the last the perfect use of her faculties, • . •