10 MARCH 1838, Page 12

Mr. John Maurice Herbert, a barrister, has been appointed an

Al- sistant Tithe Commissioner.

Mr. William Cowper, Lord Melbourne's nephew and private secre- tary, was thrown from his horse on Thursday, while on his road to Buckingham Palace; by which accident, his leg was broken in two places.

The Earl and Countess Grey have arrived in town from Howick Hall. Lord de Roos is quietly domiciled at his cottage in St. John'sWool, near the Regent's Park, in the society of his sister. His Lordship m an invalid, and takes very little exercise. He occasionally perambu" lutes the drcle in the Regent's Park, followed by his private carnage.