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Oct. 17: -At Queenhithe, the lady of Alderman

Venables, a son.
22. At Enkie House, the lady of Sir J. Hope, of

Craighall, a son. 27. At Shooter's Hill, Kent, the lady of Sir Thos.

Bloomefield, Bart. a son. Nov. 1.- The Hon. Mrs. Toler, a son. 2 la Stanhope-street, Mayfalr, the lady of the

Rt. Hon. Robert Peel, a son. 3. At the house of her father, Sir George M'Keith, Bart. the lady of J. F. Ellerton, of the Hon.

East India Company's Civil Service, a daugh8. At the Palace, at Chester, the lady of the Bishop

of Chester, a daughter. 9. At Yester, the Marchioness of Tweedale, a son.

II. At Jersey, the lady of Major Fyers, of the

Royal Engineers, a danghter. 12. The lady of A. L. Prevost, Esg. a daughter.

At South Lambeth, the lady or' w. Hesseltine,

Esq. a danguter.
- At Brighton, the Countess of Normanton, a son.
14. The lady of Dr. Goodenough, bead master of

Westminster School, a daughter.
At Riching's Lodge, Bucks, the lady of the Rev.
H. Pepys, a son.
15. In Albemarle-street, the lady of Lient.-Colonel

Weldon, twins.
19. The lady of Robert Haig, Esq. of Green-street,
Grosvenor-square, a son.

SCOTLAND. 1o George-street, Edinburgh, the lady of Liedt. Gen. Sir John Hope. GCB.

a son. In Prince's-street, Edinburgh (Nov. 8), the Hon. Mrs. Sinclair, of Vibster, a son,



Indla Company's military service. to Lacy,

only daughter of Harry Young, Esq. of MaOct. 25.-At Whimple, Deron,. Sir Grcgory. A. deira. Lewiu, Barrister-at-law, to Elizabeth Caroline. At Lausanne (Nov. 2.) Thomas Medwin, Esq. late daughter of the late Wm. Buller, Esq. of Maid. of the 24th Dragoons, to Anne Henrietta, Comwell Hall, Northamptonshire, and niece of Jas. tesse de Starnford. Buller, Esq. of Downes, near Exeter. 30. At Croydon, by Archdeacon Law, the Rev. Ed. ward S. Pearce, only son of the late Dean of

DEATHS. Ely, 10 Elizabeth, fifth daughter of Geo. Smith, Oct. 14.--At Earl's Terrace, Kensington, Mrs. Esq. MP.

M'Arthur, widow of the late Col. M'Arthur, in - By Special Licence, at Hepburn Hall, Durham,

her 74th year. George John Vernon, Esg. eldest son of the Hon. G. Vernon, of Sudbury Hall, in the county

17. Elizabeth, wife of John Cobbold, Esq. of

Holywells, Ipswich, a lady well known for her of Derby: to Miss Ellison, eldest daughter of

various attaininents, and as a cultivator and Cuthbert Ellison, Esq. MP. for Newcastle upon

patroness of Literature and the Fine Arts. Tyne.

22. At Dullingham house,Cambridge, Lieat.-Gen. Nov. I. At Fulham Church, Robert Mangles, Esq. Christopher Jeafferson, in bis 631 year.

of Sunning Hill, Berks, to Charlotte, third 25. Mrs. Jackson, widow of the late W. Jackson, daughter of Rear Admiral Ross Donelly, of Sus- Esq. Deputy Commissary-Gen. to the Forces. sex House, Hammersmith.

27. At Hopwell-ball, Derbysbire, Thomas Pares, 2. At Marylebone Church, John Skelton, Esq. of Esq.

Spanish Town, Jamaica. to Elizabeth Jane, only 28. in Sloane.street, Chelsea, Mrs. Smith, widow

daughter of Col. Pritchard, Royal Artillery. of the late Col. George Smith, of the Hon. Fast - At Marylebone Church, Henry, son of the Hon. India Company's service.

Matthew Fortescue, to Caroline, daughter of the 29. At Beaumont Cote, near Lancaster, aged 55, Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Russell, Bart.

Thomas Butler, Esq. eldest son of the Rev. -By Special Licence, at West Grinstead Park, Thomas Butler, Rector of Bentham and Whit

Sussex, the seat of Sir Walter Burrell, MP. for tington, and nephew of the late Alex. Batler, that county, by the Hon. and Rev. Lord Erskine, Esq. of Kirkland-hall, in the same county. Gabriel Shaw, Esq. to the Hon. Frances Erskine,

Nov. 3.-At Hastings, ia his 47th year. Sir W. eldest daughter of the Rt. Hon. Lord Erskine. At Hartshead, Yorkshire, Charles John Brand.

Young, Bart. Jing, Esq. of the 10th Royal Hussars, to Hen

3. In his 634 year, Wm. Cottee, Esq. of Beaurietta, youngest daughter of Sir George Army

mont-place, Shepherd's Bush.

- Lately, Wm. Viliers, Esq. of Worsley-green, tage, Bart. of Kirklees, in the same county. 9.-At Lakenham, near Norwich, Capt. W.

Worcestershire, sepior Magistrate of Birming.

ham. Bragge, of the 3d Light Dragoons, to Margaret, second daughter of James Goodeve Sparrow,

4. At Torquay, Devon, ('atherine Maria, wife of

the Hon. Abraham a. Hely Hutchinson, one of Esq. of Gosfield-place, Essex.

the Commissioners of Customs for the United - At Marylebone Church, Mr. Thomas Langham.

Kingdom. of Bentinck-street, Manchester-square, second

5. At Margate, the Dowager Lady Dryden of son of Mr. John Langham, of Newton Harcourt,

Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire. Leicestershire, to Miss Frances Brooks Young,

8. At Portswood-house, Hauts, Elizabeth, relict only daughter of Mr. E, T. Young, Coleman

of the late Count Dupont. street. - At Newcastle-under-Lyme, James Smith, Esq.

- At Sandgate, Keni, Sophia, wife of Henry one of the Magistrates of that place, to Eliza,

Merrick Hoare, Esq. of York-place, Portmanyoungest daughter the late John Cleves,

square. Esq. formerly an Alderman of that Borough,

9.-In Upper Montagn-street, Montagu-square,

George Thomas Bulkeley, Esq. formerly of 11. At Gwennepp, Cornwall, Joseph Moore, Esq, MD. of Lincoln's-inn-Fields, " to Elizabeth,

Lisbon, aged 85. daughter of J. Williams, Esq. of Scorrier

At Samuel Smith's, Esq. MP. Berkeley, Majorhouse, in that connty.

Gen. T. Carey, of the 3d Regt. Guards. 18. At St. Pancras' Church, Arthur Taylor, Esq.

10. At Esher, Surrey, in her 821 year, Elizabeth,

relict of Major Abiugdon, of Cobham, in the youngest son of John Taylor, Esq. of Norwich,

same county. to Elizabeth Emily, youngest daughter of the Jate Commissioner Lane, of his Majesty's nary,

13. At Copt-ball, Hendon, Thomas Nicholl, Esq. and niece of John Hunter, Esq. Hunter-street,

formerly Lieut.-Col. of the 70th Regt. Brunswick-square.

17. In Hatton-garlen, aged 71, Daniel Elason, - At Marylebone-church, James Weale, Esg. of

Esq. formerly of the firin of Goldsmid, Son, and

Eliason. York-buildings, Baker-street, to Susan Caroline, eldest daughter of Ellis Ellis, Esg. of

IN SCOTLAND. Weymouth street, Portland-place.

At Dalkeith, (Nov. 4.) Dr. Andrew Graham, aged 20. At Marylebone-church, Robert M'William,

Esg. of Furnival's-inn, to Charlotte, danghter and Co-heiress of the late Win. Horsfall, Esq.

IN IRELAND. of Norfolk-street, and of Wath, Yorkshire. At Dublin (Oct. 30), the Rev. C. Maturin, Curate IN SCOTLAND.

of St. Peter's, Dublin, author of Bertram, MelAt Edinburgh (Nov. 3.) the Right Hon. the Earl

moth, and many other popular productions. of Glasgow, to Julia, daughter of the Right Hon. Sir John Sinclair, Bart,


At St. Addresse, Normandy (Oct. 21), aged 70. ABROAD.

Robert Charles Dallas, Esq. formerly of the At Paris, at the chapel of the British Ambassador, Island of Jainaica, and author of the History of

Henry R. Bagshawe. Esq. second son of Sir W. the Maroon War, Perceval, Aubrey, and otlıer
Bagshawe, Bart. of the Oaks. Derbyshire, to novels, and of the Recollections of the Life of
Catherine Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John · Lord Byron.
Gunning, Esq. late of Lower Grosvenor-street. At Brussels (Oct. 27), Alex. Ramsay Robinson
At Paris, Oct. 14), at the British Ambassador's Esq. of Kensington.

Wm. Duncan Godfrey, Esq. eldest son of Sir In the Island of New Providenee, West Indies.
John Godfrey, Bart. of Kilcoleman Abbey, Captain W. R. Dawkins, Commander of His
Ireland, to Mary, daughter of John Coltsman, Majesty's ship, Helicon.
Esq. of Flesk Castle, Killarney.

At Florence, Capt. Donald Macalister, of Loup At Corfu (Oct. 19), Capt. Holines, of the 90th and Torresdale, in his 54th year.

Light Infantry, to Amelia, eldest daughter of At Kandy, the Hon.Sir Jobp D'Oyley, Bart. memMajor Gen. Sir Patrick Ross.

ber of bis Majesty's (ouncil in Ceviou, and By Special Liccuce, at the Cape of Good Hope, President and First Commissioner of Ciovern. Capt. P. Cortlandt Anderson, of the Hon. East meut in the Kandyan Proviuces,


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