17 FEBRUARY 1855, Page 19


On the 9th February, at Badminton, the Duchess of Beaufort, of a son. On the 9th, at St. Breward's Vicarage, Cornwall, the Wife of the Rev. George Martin, D.D., Vicar of St. Breward, of a daughter. Oil the 11th, the Viscountess Folkestone, of a son.


On the 30th September, at the parish church, at Simla, in the Himalaya Mountains, by the Reverend Mr. Sloggett, Captain Alfred Cooper Hutchinson, of the Bengal Invalid Establishment, to Miss Sophy Croom Nabey.

On the 22d January, at St. George's Church, Montreal, John Miller Grant, Esq., of the Grand Trunk Railway, and only son of James Grant, Esq., of the Morning Advertiser, to Fanny, youngest daughter of the late G. S. Henshaw, Esq. On the 7th February, at Warblington, Captain Chambers, R.N.' to Emma, third daughter of Admiral Sir John Ommanney, K.C.B., of Warblington House.

On the 8th, at St. James's, Paddington, Henry Flower Every, Eq., son of the late Henry Every, Esq., and grandson of Sir Henry Every, Bart., of Eeeinton, Der- byshire, to Gertrude, third daughter of the lion. and Rev. Baptist W. , On the 13th, at St. Thomas's, Newport, Isle of Wight, the Rev. Arthur Robert Pennington, MA., Vicar of Utterby. Lincolnshire, to Anne, eldest daughter of the late George Denecke, Esq., M.D., of Calbourne Lodge, Isle of Wight, Deputy-In- spector of Military Itospitals. On the 13th, at St. John's, Paddington, Thomas R. 'Crawley, Esq., Captain Fifteenth King's Hussars, to Catherine, daughter of the late Colonel Taylor, C.B., Aide-de-camp to the Queen, and of the Twenty-ninth Regiment.

On the 15th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Sir Charles Cunliffe Smith, Bart., of Suttons, Essex, to Agnes Frederica, youngest daughter of Capel Cure, Esq., of Blake Hall, in the same county. On the 15th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Colonel Eardley Wiltnot, son of the late -Sir Robert Wilmot, Bart., of Osmaston, Derbyshire, to Emily Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Thomas Whitmore, Esq., of Apley, Shropshire.


On the 29th October, at Sydney, New South Wales, the Lord Frederick Montagu. On the 4th January, at Viziagapatant, Lieutenant-Colonel Henry A. Hornsby, E.I.C.S., eldest-son of the late Rev. Thos. Hornsby, and grandson of the late R. FySche Palmer, Esq. On the 1st February, Pryse Loveden, Esq., M.P. for the Cardigan boroughs; in his 39th year.

On the 1st, at Weymouth, from an accident, while shootin'

g Raleigh Henry Yea, second and youngest son of Sir William Walter Yea, Bart., of Pyrland Hall, Somer- set; in his 37th year. On the 3d, at reprice Castle, Glamorganthire, the Right Hon. Lady Mary Lucy Cole; her.79thyear.

Omthe 6th, at Chingford,-Desex, George, Count de Bruhl ; in his 87th year. On the 7th; at Limerick, Anne, wife of Colonel Douglas, Assistant Adjutant- General, eldest son of General Sir Howard Douglas, Bart., G.C.B.

On the 8th, at Great Malvern, the Rev. Charles William Davy, MA., of Heathfleld, near Southampton, formerly Captain of H.M.'s Twenty-ninth Regiment, and brother to General Sir William Davy, C.B. and K.C.H. ; in his 74th year.

On the Sth, James Warne, Esq., of Basingstoke; in his 91st year. On the 8th, in Marlborough Buildings, Bath, LieutenantColonel the Hon. John Browne, brother of the late and uncle to the present Lord Kilmaine ; in his 85th year.

On the 8th, in Charlton Terrace, Dover, Jane, eldest surviving daughter of Thomas Biggs, Esq., late of Maxton, Kent ; in her 90th year. On the 9th, in Oxford Square, Hyde Park, Ann, relict of the late Admiral Sir Ben- jamin Hallowell Carew, G.C.B., of Beddington Park, Surrey. On the 9th, at the Rectory, Castleford, the Rev. Theophilus Barnes ; in Ills 79th year. He was for fifty-one years Rector of Castleford, and was also Rector of Stone- grave, both in the county of York, and a Canon of York Cathedral. On the 9th, at Avranches, in Normandy, Walter Frederick Campbell, of Islay ; in his 56th year. On the 9th, at Samford Hall, Essex, General Sir William Cornwallis Eustace, C.B., K.C.B.; in his 73d year. On the 9th, the Rev. Henry Wilson, for thirty-three years Rector of Collingbourne Dacia, Wilts. On the 9th, at Paris, Lady Harriet Elliot, youngest daughter of the Earl of MMto.

On the 9th, at Sampford Hall, Essex, General Sir William Cornwallis Eustace, C.B., K.C.H. ; in his 73ti year.

On the 10th, at Belmont, Torquay, Anne, widow of Honoratus Leigh Thomas Esq., late of Leicester Place, London, and formerly President of the Royal College of Surgeons ; in her 80th year.

On the 10th, at Singleton, John Henry 'Vivian, Esq., M.P. for Swansea ; in his 69th year. On the 10th, at Callender, Sthliugshire, Wm. Forbes, Esq., M.P. for the County; in his 49th year. On the llth, the Rev. Isaac Gosset, M.A., Vicar of Windsor, and Chaplain to the Sovereign at Windsor Castle, since the year 1818; in his 72d year. On the 12th, at Shaues Castle, Antrim, Viscount O'Neil; in his 75th year. On the 13th, at Loughborough, John Hildyard, Esq., of Kensington Gore, and County Judge of Leicestershire. On the 13th, JamesKinloch Clement, Esq., Leytonstone, Essex ; in his 93d year. On the lath, at Chichester, Lieutenant-Colonel J. R. Rotton, Eleventh Hussars, and J. P. for the county of Sussex.

On the 13th, at Churchdown' Gloucestershire, from the effects of an accidental gunshot. wound, John, youngest son of the late John Loveg,rove, Esq., of Glouces- ter; in his lath year.

On the 14th, Elizabeth, the wife of Samuel Gurney, of Upton, Essex ; in her 71st year. On the 15th, in Bruton Street, Captain Arthur Lowther, second son of the lion. Colonel Lowther; in his 34th year. Lately, at Versailles, Anna, Lady Palk, wife of Sir Lawrence Palk.