23 AUGUST 1856, Page 20


On the 14th August, at Guernsey, the Viscountess Northland, of a son. On the 15th, in Princes Gate, the Hon. Mrs. Edward Jervis, of a daughter.

On the 15th, at Woolwich, the Wife of Colonel Barker, Royal Artillery, prema- turely of a son, who survived his birth only forty-eight hours.

On the 18th, at Niton, near Amesbury, the Rife of Sir Edward Poore, Bart., of a


On the 18th, at Glynde, Sussex, the Hon. Mrs. Brand, of a daughter. On the 19th, at Beechwood, Lady Sebright, of a son.

On the 19th, in Queen Square, Westminster, the Wife of William Atherton, Esq.,

M.P., of a son.

On the 20th, in Berkeley Square, the Wife of John Martin, Esq., M.P., of a



On the 22d July, at Hopeton, Westmoreland, Jamaica, James W. Fisher, Esq., of Hampstead, Trelawney, to Isabella, eldest daughter of the Rev. H. S. Yates, of Henlow Vicarage, Beds.

On the 14th August, at Clifton Church, Sir William Sydney Thomas, Bart. to Fanny Louisa, youngest daughter of the late John Coulson, Esq., of Clifton Wood.

On the 14th, at Castle Bellingham, Ireland, the Rev. William, fourth son of the late George Thornhill, Esq., M.P., of Diddington, Huntingdonshire, to Helen Jameson, third daughter of the late John Woolsey, Esq., of Milesdown, county Louth.

On the 14th, at the parish-church of St. Weonard's, George Henry Warrington Carew, Esq., of Crowcombe Court, Somersetshire, late Captain in the First (or King's) Dragoon Guards, to Mary Philippa, only daughter of Peter Rickards Mynors, Esq., of Treago, Herefordshire, and Evancoyd, Radnorshire. On the 19th, at Emmanuel Church, Camberwell, Thomas Smith Badger, Esq., M.A., of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and of Lincoln's Inn, barrister-at-law, Reader on Real Property to the Inns of Court, to Rosalie, second sister of Sir Claude William Champion de Crespigny, Bart., of Wickham Place, Essex. On the 19th, at Hatchet, Bouverie Alleyne, Esq., third son of Sir Reynold A. Alleyne, Bart., to Charlotte Agnes Emma, youngest daughter of Major-General Sir William Colebrooke, C.B., Royal Artillery.

On the 19th, at Cockeye Halley, Walter Scott Seton-Karr, Eeq., of the Bengal Civil Service, youngest son of the late Andrew Seton-Karr, of Kippilaw, Roxburgh- shire, to Eleanor Katherine, eldest surviving daughter of the Hon. and Rev. IL C. Cust, Canon of Windsor, and Lady Anna Maria Cust.

On the 19th, at South Thoresby. Lincolnshire, the Rev. George Butt, M.A., Vicar of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, to ilizabeth, eldest daughter of Henry Winder, Esq., of South Thoresby. On the 20th, at Sparsholt, near Winchester, Lieutenant-Colonel William West Turner, C.B., Unattached, late of the Royal Fusiliers, to Bertha Violet, youngest daughter of Stanley Lowe, Esq., of Whitehall, Devon.


On the 4th August, at Dildawn, Castle Douglas, Mrs. Cowan; in her 90th year. On the 8th, at Anstey Manorhouse, Hants, Elizabeth Mary Miller, daughter of the late, and sister of the present, Sir T. Miller, Bart., of' Froyle, near Alton, Hants ; in her 82d year. On the 9th, Henry Philip Cholmeley, Esq., of Brandsby Hall, Yorkshire; in his 43d year. On the 10th, at the Hotel Braganza, at Lisbon, Bertram Arthur, seventeenth Earl of Shrewsbury ; in his 23d year. On the 10th, at Nairn, N.B., Lieutenant-General W. A. Gordon, C.B., of Lochdu, Colonel of her Majesty's Fifty-fourth Regiment ; in his 87th year. On the 14th, at Withcote Hall, Leicestershire, the Rev. Henry Palmer; in his 77th year.

On the 14th, at Rushton Rectory, Northamptonshire, the Rev. John Wetherell, ALA., Rector of that parish, Hon. Canon of Peterborough, and Rural Dean ; his 56th year.

On the 14th, at Torquaythe Hon. Arthur Schomberg Kerr, youngest son of the late Lord Martin Kerr and 'Charlotte Countess of Antrim.

On the 16th, at Tan-y-bwlch, in the Vale of Festiniog, while bathing in the river .Dwyryd, Hamlet Rowland M'Arthur, aged twelve, and Gerard Robert, aged nine, the second and third surviving sons of J. W. Cunningham, Esq., of Harrow-on-the- Hill, and Secretary of King's College, London. On the 17th, William Hasledine Pepys, Esq., F.R.S., of Earl's Terrace, Kensing- ton; in his 81st year. On the 18th, in Ebury Street, Lucy Gilbert, daughter of the late Rev. Edmund Gilbert, of Windsor House; Bodmin, and sister of the late Lieutenant-General Sir Walter Raleigh Gilbert, Bart.

On the 18th at the Rectory, Great Smeaton, near Northallerton, the Rev. John Barry, M.A., Rector of that place ; in his 37th year. On the 19th, in Claremont Place, Frances, rehct of the late George Mansell, Esq. ; in her 93d year.

On the 20th, at Ramsgate, Annie Grizel, daughter of Dudley Coutts Marjori- banks, Esq., M.P. ; aged one year and eleven months.