3 APRIL 1830, Page 11


Burns.—On the 31st nit. in Upper Grosvenor Street, the Lady of Sir Joust GE. HARD, Bart., of a daughter, still-born—The wife OfALEXANDEIc X'niTLEv, of Balarea, County Fermanagh, was delivered of three children un Wednesday last (two girls and a boy), two of whom are likely to live, and with the mother are doing well—On the 29th ult. at Lambridge, Bath, the Lady of the Rev. CnArtuts l'AuL, of White Lackington, Somerset, of a daughter-

MARRIAGES—Oil the 30th ult. at Barnes, Surrey, CROFTON Cnorcen, Esq. to MARIANNE, only daughter of Francis Nicholson, Esq. of Charlotte Street, Portland Place—On the 30th ult. JOUN STARNES, Esq. of Gosden House, to EMMA, third daugh- ter of the late .TA Mee Sloan MoLv Ns x, Esq. of Loxley Park, Surrey—On the 30th ult.

at Bath. Licut..Col. ht.:NCH/01 .lo IIN SMITH, eldest son of the late Maj.-Gen. John

Smith, to Pa ism E NEwrowr, widow of the late Lieut.-Col. G. S. New- port, and sister to Sir Bellingham Graham, Bart. of Norton Conyers, Yorkshire. DeATIrs.—On the 27th ultimo, at St. Helier's, in Jersey, after a long illness, ROBERT FRASER, Esq. of Steal, North Britain, aged 54—On the 27th instant at his seat, South Lyteltet, Dorset, Sir CLAttos: SCOTT, Bart. of Bruton Street, in the 88th year of Ids age—At Rio Janeiro, on the 12th January, ELIZABETH MARY, daugh- ter of the late Honourable Lieutenant-Colonel Erskine — On the 17th ultimo, at Avranches in Normandy, Lieutenant EnwA PnEsTON, R.N. second son of Rear- Admiral Preston, of Askant Bryan, in the county of York—In Dublin, Mrs. OGLE, Lady of Colonel Ogle, of Forhhill —In Park Road, Regent's Park, AUGUSTA MARIA SELINA, daughter of the Hon. Mrs. Graves, and niece of Lord Saye and Sele—At Belmont House, Vauxhall, TuosiAs EvANCE, Esq. one of the Benchers of the Middle Temple—At Brighton, Lady DIAny A NNN SOTII Env, wife of Admiral Sotheby—At Buckingham, the Rev. Was. E ya E, 111.A., Vicar of Pacibury, and Perpetual Curate of Hillesden, both in Buckinghamshire—At Tull ylmbert, Moneyrea, on the 17th ult, at the advanced age of Sir. John :Maxwell—On the 27111 ult. Mrs. Wt I.LIA31 How, of the Grecian Coffee- house, Atrand, aged ; and °it the following day, MT. WILLIAM How, husband to the above, having only survived his wife a few hours, aged 61.

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