26 OCTOBER 1850, Page 10


On the 5th October, at Bracondale, next Norwich, the Lady Henrietta Augusta Harvey, of a son.

On the 18th, at Edinburgh, the Lady of Sir William Miller, of Glenlee, Bart., of a daughter.

On the 18th, at the Vicarage, East Dereham, Norfolk, the Lady of the Rev. B. J. Armstrong, of a son.

On the lath, in Lansdowne Place, Brighton, Baroness de Linden, of a daughter. On the 20th, at Canipden House, Gloucestershire, the Viscountess Campden, of a son and heir.

On the 20th,in Queen Street, Edinburgh, the Lady Blanche Balfour, of a daughter. On the 23d, at Mivart's Hotel, Brook Street, the Lady Catherine Carnegie, of a daughter. On the 23d, at Dover, the Wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Grove, of i'son.


On the 16th October, at Penwerris District Church, Falmouth, John M'Dowell Skene, Esq., Commander R.N., Inspecting Commander of the Coast Guard at Fal- mouth, to Harriet Anna, eldest daughter of Major-General Wood, C.B., K.H., Colonel of the. Third West India Regiment. On the 17th, at St. Alphage, Greenwich, the Rev. Bernard Gilpin, Vicar of St. John's Stanwick, Yorkshire, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late William Renwick, Esq.,- Lieutenant R.N.

On the 17th. at St. Mary's, Hastings, Eldred H. Bedingfield, Esq., son of Captain Bedingfleld, late of the Royal Artillery, to Harriett Ann, youngest daughter of the late Colonel Davis, of Upper Harley Street, London.

On the 17th, at Rugby, the Very Rev. James Gregory, Dean of Kildare and In- cumbent of St. Bridget, Dublin, to Oetavia Letitia, youngest daughter of the late Sir George Fetherston, Bart., of Ardsgh House. county of Longford.

On the 17th, at St. Stephen's Church, St. John's Wood, the Rev. Edward Hamil- ton Nelson, Incumbent of St. Stephen's, to Antonina Eliza, daughter of Mark Beau- champ Peacock, Esq., of Southwood, Highgate.

On the 17th, at Bishoipsbourne, Dudley Lord North, eldest son of the Earl of Guildford, to Charlotte Maria, third daughter of the Hon. and Rev. William Eden, Rector of Bishopshounte, and Lady Grey de B.uthyn.

On the 19th, at Westleigh, North Devon, Teresa, youngest daughter of the late Rev. John Torr, formerly Vicar of Westleigh, to the Rev. John Haydon Cardew, of Belton, Leicestershire.

On the 22d, at St. Thomas's Church, Winchester, Arthur 'Dfellersh, Esq., Com- mander R.N., to Henrietta Frances, daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Butler, Vicar of East Worldham, Hants.


On the 28th August, his Excellency Major-General Sir Patrick Ross, G.C.M.G., K.C.H., Governor of St. Helena; in his 73d year.

On the 8th September, at Nusseerabad, George Henry Townshend Procter, Lieu- tenant Twenty-Bret Regiment Bombay N. I., eldest son of the late Lieutenant- Colonel George Procter, late Superintendent of Studies at the Royal Military College, Ewidhurst; in his 24th year.

On the 14th, at Colombo, Ceylon, Arthur Romer, Esq., M.D.; in his 35th year. On the 18th October, at Swalcliffe Park, Oxfordshire, the Rev. John Lloyd Craw- ley, Rector of Heyford, and of Holdenby, Northampton; in his 76th year. On the 18th, at Regent's Park Barracks, Lord William Beresford, First Life Guards; in his 38th year.

On the 19th, at Acton, Middlesex, Peter Grant, Esq.; in his 91st year, On the 19th, at Holly Grove, near Windsor, the Right Hon. Sir William Henry Fremantle, G.C.H., Deputy Ranger of Windsor Great Park ; in his 84th year. On the 20th, in Little Ryder Street, St. James's, Captain Charles Crate, of the Royal Navy ; in his 55th year.

On the 20th, in Wimpole Street, the Rev. Dr. Thackeray, Provost of King's Col- lege, Cambridge, and Chaplain in Ordinary to her Majesty. On the 21st, at Addiscombe House, near Croydon, Major-General Sir Ephraim G. /Remus, C.B. ; in his 67th year.

On the 21st, in Halkin Street West, Sophia, Relict of the late, Sir James Haring- ten, Bart.

On the 22d, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas ; in her 91st year. On the 22d, at Alderley .Park, Cheshire, the Right Hon. John Thomas Stanley, Lord Stanley of Alderley ; in his 84th year. On the 22d, in Upper Grosvenor Street, Harriette, Wife of Captain Henry P. B. Collier, R.N.