23 FEBRUARY 1850, Page 19


On the 10th February, at Thicket Priory, Yorkshire, the Wife of the Rev. X. D. Jefferson, of a son.

On the 14th, at the Castle, Parsonstconi, Ireland, the Countess of Bosse, era daughter, who died two days after.

On the 17th, at Hope Hall, near Halifax, the Lady of Henry Edwards, Esq., M.P., of a daughter.

On the 19th, at Beechwood, Edinburgh, the Lady of Allan Eliot Lockhart, Esq., M.P., of a son.

On the 20th, at Danesfield, Bucks, the Hon. Mrs. Scott Murray, Of a daughter. On the 20th, at his residence, Myddleton Cottage, New River Head, R. Sewell, Esq. ; in his 78th year.


On the 27th December, at Plantation Church, St. Helena, his Excellency Majz General §ir Patrick Ross, E.G.C.M.G. and K.C.H., Governor of the island, to Flt eldest daughter of the late Captain James Bennett, of Maldivia, St. Lielena, and Widow of the late Dr. Henry Robert Solomon. On the 14th, at St. Martin's Church, Hereford, Captain Harris, to Selina,

fifth daughter of the late Edward Beavan, Island House, Kington. On the 20th February, at West Park, Hampshire, William Houston Stewart, Commander R.N., eldest son of Captain-Houston Stewart, R.N., C.B., to Catherine Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Eyre Coote, Esq., of West Park. On the 21st, at Alresford, Hants, He Doherty:, Esq., Eighth Hussars, son of the late Sir James Doherty, of Gaines Hall, Huntingdonshire, to Frances Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Wadhrun Locke, Esq., bLP., of Rowdeford House, Wilts DEATHS.

On the 10th February, in Drummond Place, Edinburgh, Lieutenant-Colonel Archi- bald Kerr, late of the Madras Cavalry. On the 12th, at Brightling, Sussex, the Rev. John Burrell Hayley, Rector and Pre- bendary of the above-named parish for forty-six years ; in his 69th year. On the 13th, at Dublin, Sariih, Wife of Henry Bowles, Esq., and sister of the late Sir M. S. Tierney, Bart. On the 14th, at Leek, Staffordshire, Prudence, Widow of the late Samuel Tibbets, Esq.; in her 90th year. On the 15th, at Gogmagog Hills, Cambridge, Francis Baron Godolphin.

On the 15th, in Upper Brook Street, the Hon. Mrs. Cunliffe ()they, Relict of the late Foster Cunliffe (Kiley, Esq., of Madeley Manor, Staffordshire. On the 16th, at Barnsbury Villas, Miss Katherine Ferrier, sister of the late Sit Alexander Ferrier, K.G.11., H.B.M. Consul for the Hague and its dependencies ; in her 72d year. On the 17th, in Nottingham Place, Mary, the youngest daughter of Dr. J. Steven- son Btrshaan ; in her 8th year. On the 17th, at Croydon, the Rev. Edward Dales, thirty-five years Incumbent of Smethwick, near Birmingham ; in Iris 86th year.

On the 19th, in Lowndes Square, Henry Edward, the second son of J. G. Smyth, Esq., M.P.; in his 6th year.

On the 20th, in Manchester Square, the Lady Lucy North, sister to the Earl of Guilford.

Lately, at his residence in Sussex, General Robert DudleyBlake, second son of the late Sir Francis Blake, Bart., of Toisel Castle and Tihuouth House, Northumberland ; in hie 75th year.