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On the 17th November, at Tackley Rectory, near Woodstock, the Wife of the Rev. L.A. Sharpe, of a daughter.

On the 18th, at the Deanery, Westminster, the Wife of Edward C. Buckland, Esq., of Sean.

On the 19th, at Eton, the Wife of the Rev. G. Frewer, of a daughter. On the 19th, at St. Peter's College Lodge, Cambridge, the Wife of the Rev. H. W. Cookson, 0.0., of a daughter. On the 20th, at Holkham, Norfolk, the Countess of Leicester, of a son.

On the 20th, at Rugby, the Wife of Granville Bradley, Esq., of a daughter.


On the 15th November, at the Church of St. Bartholomew, Upper Sydenbam, Kent, the Rev. R. W. Bacon, ILA., Rector of Ewhurst, Sussex late Fellow and Vice- Provost of King's College. to Sarah Emily, younger daughter of .1. J. Tuck, Esq., of On the 17th, at the British Embassy, Brussels, the Hon. William Harbord, to Gertrude Hyde, second daughter of Charles Dennis, Esq.

On the 17th, at Harrow-on-the-Hill, the Rev. W. Fender Roberts, M.A., Curate of Eggesford, Devon, only son of the late Captain W. Fender Roberts R.N.. to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Hon. W. H. Yeiverton, of Whitlend Abbey, Carinarthenshire.

On the 20th, at St. George's, Hanover Square, James Henry Augustus Steuart, Esq., only son of theRev. C. A. Steuart, of Sunningdale House, Berke, to the Hon. Kath- leen Eleanor Henrietta O'Grady, third daughter of the late Viscount Gnillemore.

On the 20th, at Dingley, Northamptonshire, W. Capel Clarke only son of T. T.

Clarke, Esq., of Swakleys, Middlesex, to Clara, eldest daughter of late T. Thorn- hill, Esq., of Fixby, Yorkshire.

On the 20th, at Tor, Torquay, Henry John Arthur, only son of Robert Manners Lockwood, Esq., and the Lady Julia Lockwood, to Dora Keith Falconer, only daughter of the-Jate Captain the Hon. William Keith, of Mankrigg, Haddington- shire.


On the 23d September, in Cashmeer, Edward Shawe Powys, Esq., Captain in H.M.'s Sixty-first Foot, second son of Henry Philip Powys, Esq., of Hardwick. On the 30th October, Beyrout, the Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley. On the 12th NovembeiTat Bachan House, Peeblesshire, Thomas Tweedle, Esq., of Quarter, Physician-General, 11.5.1. Company's Service, J.P. and Deputy-Lieutenant of the county of Peebles.

On-the 14th, at Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire, the Rev. Charles Smith, Rector of that placq third son of the late Rev. Dr. Smith, of Dry Drayton, Cambridgeshire, and Prebendary of Durham; in his 39th year. On the 15th, at Farnsfield, Notts, Alicia, widow of the late William Wilkins, for- nsedg a Senior Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge, and Professor of Architecture in the Royal Academy. Oaths 13th, aS Idawkshead, Hens, Harriet, widow of the late Admiral Sir Da- ridge Gould, G.C.B., Vice-Admiral of England • in her Sato year. On the 16th, in Montagu Place, Grace Margaret, second daughter of the late Sir Harris Nicolas, G.C.M.G.

On the 16th, in Pall Mall, General Sir John Brown, K.C.H., Colonel of the Eighth Hussars ; in his 81st-year.

On the 17th, at Pinner, the Lady Harriet Osborne, relict of Sir Toler Osborne, Bart., of Beechwood, Ireland; in her 72d year. On the 17t1s,in Bryanstone Square, Alexander Erskine, Esq, of Balhall, Forfar- shire, and Longhaven, Aberdeenshire, N.B. ; in his 81st year. On the 19th, at Brighton, Thomas Copeland, Esq., of Cavendish Square, one of the Surgeons Extraordinary to her Majesty. - On the 200, at Worksop, Martha, the relict of John Froggatt, Esq., late of Shire- oaks Hall, Notts ; in her 85th year. On the 21st, atiimmer's Hotel, Lieutenant-General Frederick Markham ; in his 50th )ear.

On the 21st, at Coulby Manor, in Cleveland, Elizabeth, daughter of Calverly Bewicke Bewicke, Esq.