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On the 17th of August, at Theodosia, Southern Russia, the Wife of Captain Clip- perton, her Britannic Majesty's Vice-Consul at Theodosia, of a daughter.

On the 28th, the Wife of Basil Fitzherbert, Esq., of a son.

On the 31st, at Oxford, the Wife of the Rev. W. Thomson, D.D., Provost of Queen's College, of a son. On the 1st of September, at 34, Lower Grosvenor Street, Lady Margaret Charteris,

of a daughter.

On the 1st, at 11, Devonshire Place, Lady Radstock, of a son and heir. On the 2d, at Herne Bay, the Wife of Lieut.-Colonel Sissmore, of a son. On the 4th, the Lady Londesborough, of a son. On the 5th, at 20, Belgrave Square, Lady Cochrane, of a son.


On the 9th of August, at St. Thomas's Church, St. John's, Newfoundland, James Bower Balfour, Esq., First Lieutenant H.M.S. Tartar, second son of the late Francis Balfour, Esq., of FernM Castle, Fife, N.B., to Martha Maria, second daughter of the Hon. G. H. Emerson, Q.C., of Virginia Water, St. John's, New- foundland.

On the 24th. at the church of Five Mile Town, in the county of Tyrone, Cap- tain Richard Weld Litton, late of the Thirtieth Regiment, son of Edward Litton, Esq., late M.P. for the borough of Coleraine, to Mary, daughter of the late Sir Hugh Stewart, Bart., for many years representative in Parliament for the county of Tyrone. On the 27th, at Malta, Captain Arthur Forbes, R.N., of H.M.S. Renown, to LOorde Emma, eldest daughter of C. Mareseaux, Esq., of St. Omer.

On the 1st of September, at St. James's, Piccadilly, Captain M. Coppleatone, of Carlton Chambers, London, and Copplestone, Devon, to Emma Matilda, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Winstanley, Esq., and granddaughter of Thos. Win- Stanley, D.D., of St. Alban Hall, Oxford. On the 6th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, James Brogden, Esq., of Tondii House, Glamorgan, to Helen Dunbar, only child of the late Capt. Milne, of the Twenty-fourth Bombay Native Infantry, Deputy Commissary General, and niece of Sir James Dunbar, Bart., of Boath, Nairn.


On the 23d of July, at Malabar Hill, Bombay, Lady Amould, Wife of Sir Joseph Arnould.

On the 28th, at Rirkee, Bombay, the Rev. Francis C. P. Reynolds, Archdeacon of


On the 30th, at Woodhill, near Aberdeen, Sir James Grant, Baronet, of Monymusk. On the 31st, at Clontarf Castle, near Dublin, the Hon. Mrs. Vernor. On the 31st, at Topsham, Devon, General Tothill, of the Royal Marines, aged sixty-four. On the 1st of September, at Southampton, Lieutenant-Colonel C. W. Sibley, II.M.'s Sixty-fourth Regiment. On the 2d, John Simpson, aged seventy-two, much respected ; for upwards of 30 years head waiter at the Grand Cigar Divan, 101 and 102, Strand. On the 2d, aged forty-seven, James Simpson, Esq., of Foxhill Bank, near Accring- ton, a Justice of the Peace for the county Palatine of Lancaster. On the 4th, at the Deanery, St. Asaph, the Very Rev. Charles Butler Clough, A.M., Dean of St. Asaph, in his sixty-seventh year. On the 5th, at Bath, aged seventy-one, the Right Rev, Bishop Carr, Rector of Bath and first Bishop of Bombay.