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On the 8th January, on board the steamer Calpe, off Gibraltar, prematurely of a daughter, Lady Lionel Smith, Wife of Sir Lionel Smith, Bart., of the Seventy-first Highland Light Infantry. On the 11th, at Boulogne-eur-Mer, the Hon. Mrs. Henry Graves, of a son. On the 12th, in Eaton Place, the Hon. Mrs. Robert Daly, of a daughter. On the 12th, at North Runcton, Norfolk, the Wife of the Rev. William Hay Gurney, of a son.

On the 16th, in Westbourne Terrace, the Hon. Mrs. Richard Denman, of a son. KAMIDA081.

On the 10th January, at Iver, Buckinghamshire, the Rev. Drummond Ash, second son of the late Rev. J. G. Ash, Incumbent of Lodeworth, to Georgians Catherine, ymmgest daughter of the Rev. R. M. Boultbee, Rector of Barnwell, Northamptim- shire.

On the 11th, at Teddington, William Horatio, only son of the late Captain J. Her- field, R.N., to Emma Eliza, younger daughter of the late Captain Christopher West, R.N. ; and at the same time and place, William Henry Hors, Lieutenant Royal Marines, second son of the late Captain Christopher West, R.N., to Anna Maria Seaward, only daughter of the late Lieutenant Lutman, R.N. On the 15th, at Alderton, Suffolk, Francis James D'Aguilar, Lieutenant Royal

Navy, son of the late Colonel George T. D'Aguilar, to Mary youngest daugh- ter of Dr. Samuel Weeding, of Hyde, Isle of Wight.

On the 16th, at St. James's Church, Westbourne Terrace, John S. Cannon, Lieutenant in 11.81. Ninety-sixth Regiment., eldest son of the late Major Cannon, to Mary Edith, second daughter of the late James Shaw, Esq., Judge in the Court of Budder, Dewany Adawlut, Calcutta. On the 17th, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Rugby, Sir Humphrey De Trafford, Bart., to the Lady Annette Talbot, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Charles Talbot.


On the 31st December, at Killadun, the Right Hon. Nathaniel Earl of Leitrim, K. St. P., ftc.; in his 87th year.

On the 3d January, at Cairo., Henry Edward Goldsmid, Esq, Chief Secretary to the Government of Bombay ; an his 424 year.

On the 9th, at Ostend, the Rev. George Sloper, Rector of West Woodhay. Berks. On the 9th, in Clapham Park Terrace, William Wing, Esq., F.L.S., Secretary of the Entomological Society; in his 28th year. On the 10th, at Swallowfield Cottage, near Reading, Mary Russell fditford, the authoress of" Our Village" and other well-known works. On the 11th, at Durham, John Ralph Fenwick, Esq., M.D.; in his 934 year. On the 11th, at Bourton-on-the-Hill, Rev. Samuel Wilson Warneford, LL.D., Rector of that parish, and of Lydiard Millicent, Wilts, also Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral ; in his 924 year.

On the 12th, at Coventry Mr. Benjamin Jeffery; his 924 year.

On the 18th, at Burgh Hell, Norfolk, Lady Astley, of Cavendish Square; in her 87th year. An the lath, at Worthing, Rear-Admiral Henry Forbes ; in his 67th year. An the 13th, in Portland Place, Clayton, Deborah, widow of the late Thomas Day Frampton, Esq.; inter 95th year. On the 13th, Charlotte Jane, the wife of Matthew Marshall, Esq., of the Bank of England. On the 14th, in Gloucester Square. Lady Arthur, widow of the late Lieutenant- General the Right Hon. Sir George Arthur, Bart.

On the 14th, at Lightburn, Ulverstone, Lancashire, Margaret Woodburne, relict of the late John Woodburne, Esq.. of Thtuston Ville, Lancashire ; in her 68th year: also, the same day and place, Mar), Ann, wife of Thomas Woodbume, Esq., solici- tor; in her 28th year. On the 140, at Down House, Rotting,dean, Mr. Sergeant D'Oyly; in his 824 year. On the 14th, at the Albion Hotel, Plymouth, Major-General Henry Robert Milner, late of her. Majesty's Ninety-fourth Regiment; in his 50th year.

On the 14th, at Clifton, Lady Louisa Bourke ; in her 77th year. On the 14th, in George Street, Hanover Square, Sir George Wombwell, Bart., of Newburgh Park and of Wombwell, Yorkshire.

On the 14th, in Pall Mall, Major-General Sir James Dennis, K.C.B. ; in his 70th year.

On the 15th, at I7san, Forfarshire, George Keith, Esq., of Usan; in his 97th year. An the 16th, in Dublin, Caroline Susan, the Lady of Sir Robert Gore Booth, Bart., On the 17th, at Hastings Lodge, Hastings, Janet, the wife of Frederick North, Esq., M.P., of that place, and Rougham in Norfolk, and daughter of the late Sir John Marjoribanks, Bart., of the Lees, formerly M.P. for Berwickshire. On the 17th, at Chelsea Hospital, General Sir Andrew F. Barnaxd,G.C.B., 0.0.11.; in his 8Ist year. Lately, at Belvidere, Malvern 'Wells, Worcestershire, Lieutenant-Colonel Alexan- der Gaston; in his 85th year.