17 MARCH 1855, Page 20


On the 5th March. at Foss House, Lady Menzies, of Menzies, of a son.

On the 6th, at Edinburgh, the Lady Cardross, of a son. On the 7th, at Bescot Hall, Staffordshire. Mrs. Horatio Barnett, of a son.

On the 8th, in Dublin, the Lady Adele Goff, of a sou. On the 9th, at Hinton, Christchurch, the Wife of Sir George Gervis, Bart., of a son and heir.

On the 11th. at Glen Hill, Widmer, the Wife of Captain Montresot R.N., of a son.

On the 11th. at Tostoek Place, Suffolk, the Wife of George James Edward Brown, Esq., of a son and heir.

On the 12th, at Maristow, Devonshire, Lady Lopes, of a slaughter. On the 18th, in Warwick Villas, Warwick Road, Paddington, the Wife of Lieute- nant-Colonel H. Stamford, of a daughter. On the 13th, at Field Place, Stroud. the Wife of E. A. Freeman, Esq., of a daughter. On the 13th, at Northehurch Rectory, the Wife of Sir John H. Cubes Seymour, Bart., of a daughter. On the 14th, at Esher, Surrey, the Wife of the Rev. Charles Clarke, of a daughter. On the 14th, in Lowndea Square, the Hon. Mrs. Claude Lyon, of a son.


On the 17th January, at St. Peter's Church, Fort William, Calcutta, Captain H. P. de Teissier, Bengal Artillery, third son of Baron de Teissier, to Mary Shirley, second daughter of the late H. Miller, Esq. On the 8th March, at Edinburgh, Alexander Oswald Brodie, Esq., Ceylon Civil Service, only son of Colonel James Brodie, C.B., Madras Army, to Jessy Anne, eldest daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Cole Spottiswoode, Bengal Army. On the 12th, at St. Peter's Church, Pimlico, the Rev. Henry William Haygarth, second son of the late William Haygarth. Esq., of Langham Place, to Emma, youngest daughter of the late John Harcourt Powell, Esq., of Drinkstone Park, Suffolk.


On the 3d March, in Park Crescent, Worthing, Copley Fielding, Esq.; in his 68th year. On the 6th, at Paris, Sir Charles Jenkinson, Hart.; in his 77th year. On the 8th, in Conduit Street, Sir George Gerard de Hochepied Larpent, Bart On the 9th, in Cavendish Square, tbe Lady Catherine Carnegie ; in her 25th year. On the 10th. at Naples, Baron Charles Rothschild ; in his 66th year. On the 10th, in Ludgate Street, Mr. Benjamin Fellowes, publisher ; in his 74th year. On the 10th, at Hampton Court Palace, Miss Neillina Campbell, of Melton, youngest sister of Lieutenant-General Frederick Campbell, R.A. ; in her 62d year.

On the 11th, in London, Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Henry Browne, K.C.H., Colonel of the Eightieth Regiment.

On the 11th, at Edwardston Hall, Suffolk, Charles Dawson, Esq. ; in his 79th year.

On the 11th, at St. Leonards-on-Sea, the Lady Harriet Paget, daughter of George, third Earl of Dartmouth, KG., and relict of General the Hon. Sir Edward Paget, G.C.B.

On the 120, in Eaton Place, Caroline Wightman, sister of the Hon. Mr. Justice Wightman. On the 12th, at Balsall Temple, the Rev. John Short, Master of the Temple at Balsall, and Rector of Baddesley Clinton ; in his 87th year. On the 12th, at Bath, Anna, the wife of D. R. Morier, Esq., late H. M.'s Minister in Switzerland.

On the 13th, in Montague Square, Colonel Sir Frederick Hankey, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George • in his Slat year.

On the 14th, Robert Bousfield, Esq., of Newington Place, Kennington; in his 90th year.