13 JULY 1850, Page 20


On the 4th June, at Government House, Tobago, the Lady of his Excellency Major Laurence Greme, of a daughter.

On the 28th, in Upper Mount Street, Dublin, the Wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Ferryman, Eighty-ninth Regiment, of aeon. On the 3d July, at Watford Manor, Shropshire, the Wife of Captain William Ken- yon, Second Bombay Light Cavalry, of a son.

On the 4th, at Chariton Barrow, near Blandford, the Wife of Lieutenant- Colonel J. Dillon Browne, of a son.

On the 6th, in Carlton Gardens, the Lady of the Right Hon. Sidney Herbert, M.P., of a son and heir.

On the 8th, at Brasted Rectory, near Sevenoaks, the Wife of the Rev. Benjamin Webb, of a daughter.


On the 2d July, at St. George's, Hanover Square, the Rev. Robert Hawkins, Vicar of Lamberhurst, and Chaplain to the Marquis Camden, to Frances Julia, daughter of Lieutenant-General Sir Jasper Nicolls, K.C.B. On the 2d, in the chapel of the Rue d' Aguesseau, Paris, Frederick Locker, Esq. son of the late Edward Hawke Locker, Esq., Comraissioner.of Greenwich Hospital, to Lady Charlotte Bruce, fourth daughter of the late Earl of Elgin.

On the Sd, at the English Episcopal Church, Antwerp, the Rev. Maxwell Julius Blacker, second son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Valentine Blacker, to Emily Georgina, second daughter of Henry Daveney, Esq., Malines, Belgium. On the 4th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Colonel George Paris Bradshawe, H.R., late Commanding the Seventy-seventh Regiment, to Charlotte Dorothy, eldest daughter of the late Major-General Croxtoc.

On the 4th, at the Cathedral, Lismore, Robert Wintle Gilbert, eldest son of the Bishop of Chichester, and Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford, to Emma, youngest daughter of the Venerable Henry Cotton, Archdeacon of Cashel.

On the 4th, at Bowden, the Rev. Frank Sugdeu, M.A., Vicar of Adlingfleet, se- cond surviving son of the Right Hon. Sir Edward Sugden, to Henrietta Maria, eldest daughter of the late Philip Saltmarshe. Esq., of Saltinarshe.

On the 9th, at Petersham, Surrey, Major Herbert B. Edwardes, C.B., First Bengal Fusilier Regiment, to Emma, youngest daughter of the late James Sidney, Esq., of Richmond Hill.


On the 13th March, off Sydney, in Australia, Captain Owen Stanley, MN., of H.M.S. Rattlesnake, eldest son of the late Bishop of Norwich ; in his 39th year. On the 27th June, in Queen Street, Edinburgh, Grace Theresa Emmeline, eldest daughter of Sir William F. Elliot, Bark, of Stobs and Wells. On the 28th, at Ashingtoc, Philip Norris, Esq., late of Southstoke, Sussex ; in his 96th year. On 2d July, at Grosvenor Row, Pimlico, Mrs. Elizabeth Vardy ; in her 94th year. On the 4th, at Belle Vue House, Fifeshire, Jane, Widow of the late Ebenezer Marshall Gardiner, Esq., of Hillcairney, and youngest daughter of the late Sir James Colquhoun, Bart., of Lusa, and the Lady Helen Sutherland. On the 4th, at Barham Parsonage, the Rev. William Kirkby, M.A., F.ILEL, for sixty-eight years resident minister of the parish ; in his 91st year. On the 5th, accidentally drowned, at Bankside, whilst stepping from a sailing-boat, Richard, only son of George Winter, Esq., iron-merchant, of Bankside, Southwark ; in his 21st year. On the 5th, at Knole, near Front, Sussex, Sheffield Grace, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A., for several years a Deputy-Lieutenant and Magistrate of that county ; in his 634 year. On the 6th, at the Chateau Echinghen, Pas de Calais, the Right Hon, Lord Dim- boyne ; in his 70th year. On the 11th, at Church Row, Hampstead, Miss Slater ; in her 79th year.