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On the 18th July, the Wife of John Cartwright Hill, Esq., of Adelaide, South Aus- tralia, of a son.

On the 7th October, at Adelaide, South Australia, the Wife of Captain Freeing, Royal Engineers, of a son.

On the 26th January, at Ickworth, prematurely, the Lady Arthur Hervey, of a son, which survived its birth only a few hours. On the 26th, at Redworth House, county of Durham, the Lady of John H. Aylmer, Esq., of a son and heir.

On the 27th, at the Vicarage, Market Rosen, Lincolnshire, the Wife of the Rev. Sandford George Scobell, of a son. On the 28th, at the Vicarage, Colerne, Wilts, the Wife of the Rev. Gilbert Heath- vote, of a daughter. On the 29th, at Barnes Terrace, Surrey, the Wife of Bolton Corney, Esq., of a son, still-born.

On the 30th, at Brent Bridge House, Hendon, the Wife of Francis G. P. Nelson, Esq., of a daughter.


On the 14th November, at Victoria, Hongkong, Major William Hill, Madras Fusiliers, to Sybella, eldest daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Philpots, Commanding the Royal Engineers in China. On the 24th January. at Bt. Margaret's, Westminster, J. William Rigby, Esq., younger son of Joseph Rigby, Esq., of Upton Park, to Anne Susannah, Widow of James Alexander Beton, Esq., of the Eleventh Hussars. On the 24th, at Hanwell, William Layton Lowndes, Esq., of Dudmaston Lodge, Shropshire, to Jane Alexandrina, eldest daughter of Sir Alexander Young Spearman, Bart.

On the 26th, at Lacock Abbey, Wilts, T. Gaisford, Esq., of Iford, Wilts, eldest son of the Dean of Christ Church, to Horatio, daughter of the late Rear-Admiral and Lady Elisabeth Feilding. On the 26th, at Cirencester, the Rev. Richard Howell Taylor, M.A., of Trinity Col- leg,e, Oxford, eldest son of John Taylor, Esq., of Bristol, to Margarette Anne, eldest daughter of Joseph R. Mullings, Esq.; M.P. for Cirencester. On the 28th, at Leamington Priors, George, second son of the late Sir Thomas Dick Lauder, Bart., of Fountain Hall, to Antoinette Amelia Barclay, eldest daughter of the late James Macpherson, Esq. On the 29th, at Pewsey, the Rev. Benjamin B. G. Astley, second son of the Rev. F. B. Astley, Rector of Everleigh, to Susan Louisa, fifth daughter of the Hon. and Rev. F. Pleydell Bouverie. On the 80th, at Little Bowden, Northamptonshire, the Rev. James .1. Chichester, son of the late Sir Arthur Chichester, Bart., of Youlstone, county of Devon, to Jane Barbara, second daughter of the late John West, Esq., of Little Bowden. On the 30th, at Bath, John Walker Thring, Esq., of her Majesty's Dockyard, De- yonport, to Jane Perceval, third daughter of the late Rev. Samuel White, D.D., In- cumbent of Hampstead.


On the 23d January, at Crofton Hall, Bromley, Kent, Margaret Cecil, eldest daughter of the late Hon. Edward Perceval, fourth son of John second Earl of Egmont. On the 24th, at Tunbridge Wells. Lady Dampier, Widow of Sir Henry Dampier, formerly one of the Judges of the Court of King's Bench ; in her 80th year.

On the 25th, at Gosford House, the Countess of Wemyss and March.

On the 25th, at Farringdon Cottage, Bromley, Middlesex, Mrs. Harper ; in her 930

Os the 25th, at Brighton, Sir Felix Booth, Bart., of Portland Place, and of Great Catworth, Huntingdonshire.

On the 25th, at Shirley, near Southampton, Lieutenant-Colonel Russell Manners, C.13., formerly Of the Seventy-fourth Regiment; in his 74th year.

On the 26th, at Edinburgh, Lord Jeffrey, Judge in the Supreme Court of Scot- land ; in his 77th year. On the 28th, Mrs. Mary Wild, Widow, late of Hedge Bow, Islington; in her 96th On the 29th, at Wickham Place, Essex, Mary, Wife of the Rev. Charles B. Leigh, Rector of Cadhanger and Little Totham, and youngest daughter of the late Sir John Tyrell, Bait, of Boreham House, in the same county; in her 48th year.

On the 30th, in Brook Street, the Countess of Plymouth ; in her 76th year. .

On the 30th, in Portman Square, the Lady Harriet Chichester, Widow of the late Lord Spencer Stanley Chichester, and sister of the late Earl of Galloway; in her 81st year.