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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Jii g Bareilly, East Indies, the Lady

of the Hun. It. Forbes, of a soli—At Deal, the Lady of Sir James LI rmeton, of a son—At Bonehill, Staffordshire, Lady Jane Peel, of a sun—On the lith inst. at Elm-grove, near Portsmouth, the Lady of Captain Rivet! Carnac, R.N. of a son—At Dearborn, near Maryport, the wife of William Arm- strong, labourer, of two girls and a buy, all living awl likely to do well- MARRIAGES.—On the 7th inst. at St. Geor-40's, Hanover-square, the Hon. Col. Sey- mour Bathurst, son of Earl Bathurst, to Miss Ilankey—At Iver, the Rev. T. G. Tyndall, Rector of Holton. Oxfordshire' and Vicar of \Volmrn, Bneks, to Miss Ann Sullivan, daughter of the Right Hon. John Sullivan' of Riching's-lodge, Bucks—At Watford, the Rev. Nathaniel Wodehouse, B.A. Vicar of Worle and Dulverton, to Georgiana, third daughter of the Hon. and Rev. William Cape!, Vicar of Watford- s.—At Barham-court, on the 4th inst. the Right Hon. Lady Barham—At Wor- thing, John Brandford Lane, Esq. of the Island of Barbadoes: and at Bartley-house, near Lyndhurst, Hants, Thomas Griffith Lane, second son of the deceased—On the 30, inst. at Netherseale-hall, Leicestershire, in the 70th year of his age, the Rev. William Gresley, -Rector of the parish of Scale—