6 OCTOBER 1860, Page 12


On the 25th of September, at Stoke Talmadge, Oxfordshire, the Honourable Mrs. William Byron, of a son.

On the 28th, at Edinburgh, Lady Edith Fergusson, of a daughter. On the 29th, at Bowlhead Green, near Godanning, the Lady Dorothy Nevin, pre- maturely, of a daughter, stillborn.

On the 30th, at the Crescent, South Hackney, Mrs. James N. Clarke, of a son. On the 1st of October, at Upper Gatton, Surrey, the Wife of Coleridge J. Ken- nard, Esq., of a daughter.


On the 27th of September, at Margart, Captain Edward Heate, R. A., to Florence, fifth daughter of General and the Right Honourable Lady Charlotte Bacon.

On the 28th, at All Souls' Church, St. Marylebone, by the Very Reverend the Dean of Ripon, uncle of the bridegroom, the Reverend Wollaston Goode, Rector of St. Giles, Colchester, son of Henry Goode; Esq., of Ryde, Isle of Wight, barrister- at-law, to Amelia Agnese, younger daughter of Sir Charles Munro, of Eoliths, Bart.. Faults Castle, Ross-shire.

On the 2d of October, at Roehampton Church, Richard Decie, Esq., Royal En- gineers, third son of the late Henry Decic, Esq., of Douglas, county of Cork, and grandson of the late Sir Geo. Beeston Prescott, Bait, to Arabella, only daughter of William George Prescott, Esq., of Clarence, Roehampton, Surrey, and 62. Threadneedle Street, London.

On the 2d, at Cheam, the Honourable Humphrey:de Bann Devereux, to Caroline, third daughter of Sir Edmund Antrobus, Bart.

On the 2d, at St. John's Church, Notting Hill, the Reverend Henry Doddridge Gordon, eldest son of the Reverend Richard Gordon, rector of Elsfield, Oxon, to Elizabeth Oke, second daughter of the late Very Reverend William Bnckland, D.D.. Dean of Westminster.

On the 2d, at Lewisham Church, the Reverend William Applrford, Assistant- Chaplain to the Government Convict Establishment, Wakefield, to Mary Jane, el- dest daughter of the Reverend John Davis, Ordinary of Newgate.


On the 31st of August, the Chevalier Charles Colville Ingate, of London and Pa- tras, merChant, Consul in Greece for the Netherlands, Spain, Denmark,. and Parma. On the 10th of September, at Aden, of apoplexy, en route to Australia, on board the Peninsular and Oriental Company's steam-ship Nemesis. John Dunn, Esq., M.P. for Dartmouth, and formerly Member of the Legislative Council of Tasmania. On the: 27th, at Old Charlton, Elizabeth, relict of the, late Major-General Sir George Bulteel Fisher, in her ninetieth year.

On the 29th, at Clifton, Bristol, in the seventy-eighth year of her age, Julia, Dowager Lady Wrottesley.