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On the 29th August, at Loch Alsh House, N. B., the Wife of Commander James Wood, RN., of a daughter. On the 7th September, at Tilgate Manor, Sussex, the Wife of Henry Hoyle Oddie, Esq., of a son.

On the 8th, at Cooper's Hill, the Wife of Captain Alex. M'Kinstry, H.M.'s Seven- teenth Regiment, of a daughter. On the 8th, in Bryanston Square, the Lady Ameliva Wentworth Beanclerk, of a daughter. On the 9th, at East Benham, Norfolk, the Hon. Mrs. Delaval Astley, of a son. On the 9th, in Queen's Terrace, Southsea, the Wife of Commander William Charles Chamberlain, H.M.S. Conflict, of a son._

On the 9th, in Portland Place, the Lady of Sir John W. H. Anson, Bart., of a daughter.


On the 31st July, at the Cathedral, Barbados, William Shepherd Milner, Esq., Captain Sixty-ninth Regiment, A.D.C., second son of the late Captain Milner, R.N., to Mary Elizabeth, fourth daughter of his Excellency Lieutenant-General Wood, C.B., K.H., Commander of the Forces in the Windward and Leeward Islands. On the 1st August, at Spanish Town, Jamaica, Hugh W. Austin, Esq.. Secretary to his Excellency Sir H. Barkly, K.C.B., to Maria Theodora Margaret, second daughter of the Hon. Walter G. Stewart, Island Secretary. On the 4th September. at Edinburgh, Thomas Ogilvy, Esq., of Corrimony. Invei- ness-shire, to Jemima, daughter of the late James Hay, Esq., and the Lady Mary Hay. On the llth, at Exning, John Dobede jun., Esq., eldest son of John Dobede, Esq., of Exiling House, Suffolk, to Mary Henrietta, second daughter of the Rev. Erskine Neale, Vicar of Exning, and Chaplain to Earl Spencer.

On the 11th, at St. Paul's Church, Southsea, Sir John Hesketh Lethbridge, Batt, to Anna, eldest daughter of the late Robert Wright, M.D., First Physician of Green, with Hospital. On the 11th, at St. Pancras Church, Benjamin Eington Finnimore, Esq., of the Bombay Artillery, to Julia, daughter of the late Lieutenant-General Dickinson, R.A. DEATHS.

On the 12th August, in Barbados, of yellow fever, C. R. Dorington, Esq., Lieute- nant Sixty-ninth 'Regiment, youngest son of J. E. Doriagton, Esq., of Queen's Square, St. James's Park, and Lypiatt Park, Gloucestershire ; in his 21st year.

On the 28th, at Glenroy, near Fort William, Inverness-shire, from the accidental discharge of his gun, T. C. Morton, Esq., late of Calcutta, Barrister-at-law.

On the 29th, at the Rectory House, the Rev. Henry Elliot Graham, for twenty- one years Rector of the parish of Ludgvan, Cornwall, and a Magistrate for the county; in his G2d year. On the 1st September, drowned in the river Thames, through the swamping of a boat, and while saving the life of his youngest brother, John, eldest son of John Daly, Esq., Grove Park, Camberwell; in his 27th year.

On the 5th, at Dover, the Rev. Thomas Pearce, M.A. formerly Scholar of Corpus

College, Oxford, Rector of Mareston, and late P.C. of M.A., Rector of Hawk- gage, and Vicar of Hartlip, Kent ; in his 74th year.

On the ith, at Margate, Thomas Kelly, Esq., for twenty-five years Alderman of thd Ward of Farringdon Within, London; in his 84th year.

On the 7th, at Brighton, the Hon. William Wilmer Parsons, second son of the Earl and Countess of Rosse.

On the 8th, at Wiley, Hertfordshire, Mary Elizabeth, wife of Sir Charles Oillies Payne, Bart., of Blunham House, Bedfordshire. On the 9th, at l'restwood, Charlotte Margaret, the wife of J. H. H. Foley, Esq., M.P.; in her 56th year. On the lOth, in Cambridge Street, Hyde Park, the Rev. Richard Pierce Butler, see cond son of the late Sir Richard Butler, of Garryhunden, county Carlow ; in his 71st. year.

On the 10th, at the Vicarage, Norhavn, the Rev. William Stephen Gilly, D.D., Canon of Durham, and Vicar of Norham; in his 67th year.