23 JUNE 1860, Page 13


On the 3d of May, at Rome, the Viscountess Kynnaird (Marchioness Hamlin! Giustiniani), of a son and heir. On the 15th of June, at 61, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, the Lady Carew, of a son and heir.

On the 17th, at Portugal Street, Grosvenor Square, Lady Kathleen Tighe, of a On the 17th, at 3, Hamilton Place, the Lady Adeliza Manners, of a son. On the 17th, at Duffryn, Aberdare, the Wife of H. A. Bruce, Esq., bf . P., of a daughter. On the 18th, at Hastings, the Hon. Mrs. Adolphus Graces, of a son. On the 19th, at 26, Manchester Square, the Hon. Mrs. Mitford, of a son. On the 20th, at 23, Thurloe Square, the Lady Anne Sherson, of a son.


On the 7th of June, at St. Paul's Church, Valletta, the Honourable Victor Heal- ton, Chief Secretary to the Government, to Hyacinthe Harriette, only daughteri.of the late Richard Wellesley, and granddaughter of the late Marquis Wellesley. On the 12th, at All Saints' Church, Knightsbridge, by the Right Reverend the Bishop of Llandaff, the Honourable James Fitzwalter Butler, eldeet son ol the Right Honourable Lord Dunboyne, to Marion only daughter of Coloael Morgan Clifford, M.P., of 1, Queen's Gate, Hyde Park, and Llantilio Cromenney, Mon- mouthshire.

On the 13th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Richard Benyon Berens, EiNft ti Kevington, in the county of Kent, to Fanny Georgina, daughter of Akmioater Atherton Park, Esq., of Wimpole Street.

On the 14th, at St. Peter's Church, Pimlico, Richard Henry Magenis,_ vet-Major and Captain Thirty-Second Light Infantry, eldest son of the late Colimal Magenis, to Lady Louisa Ann Lowry-Corry, eldest daughter of the late Earrof Belmore.

On the 16th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Thomas F. Scrymsoure Fothring- sham, Esq., of Fothringham and Powrie, in the county of Forfar, to the Lady Char- lotte Carnegie, daughter of the late Sir James Carnegie, Bart., and sister of the Earl of Southesk.

On the 19th, at the New Church. Pembury, Kent, Sir John Charles Kenward Shaw, Bart., to Maria, only child of the late Henry Sparkes, Esq., of Summerberry, near Guildford.


Oh the 26th of May, at Quebec, the Hon. Francis W. Primrose, only brother to the Earl of Rosebery. At ;Naples, on the 7th of June, Lewis John Barber, Esq., H.B.M.'s Consul at Canes, aged thirty-seven. On the 9th, at Venice, in his sixtieth year, G. P. James, her Britannic Majesty's Consul-General for the Austrian ports of the Adriatic. On the 12th, at Paris, Maria Dolores, Wife of Vice-Admiral Grenfell, I.B.N., Consul-Cl eneral of Brazil, of 15, Wellesley Terrace, Liverpool. On the 14th, at Stevenson, Haddington, Anne Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Vice- Admiral Sir John Gordon Sinclair, Bart. On the 17th, at 32, Cheshain Place, Elizabeth Sarah, the Wife of Abraham George Roberts, Esq. On the 18th, at his residence, Household House, near Norwich, General Sir R. J. Harvey, C.B., K.T.S., Knight Commander of the Order of St. Bente d'Avis, P.N.S. and F.A.S., in the seventy-fifth year of his age.

On the 20th, at No. 108, Eaton Square, Mary Anne, Wife of Edward Buller, Esq., of Dlihorn Halt, Staffordshire.