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port of the past year showed the funded stock of the corporation to be 65,728/. 17s. 7d. the receipts for donations and subscriptions, dividends on stock, &c. amounted to 11, 1891. 5s. 11d. The noble building, having been much beautified and materially enlarged, is now capable of containing an additional number of pupils; and, therefore, in addition to the present number of 68 males and 70 females, the committee have determined that 18 (10 additional) shall be admitted at the election in March.
Nov. 5. Saint John Baptist's Church, Leen Side, Nottingham, was consecrated by the Lord Bishop of Lincoln. The Rev. W. Howard is appointed incumbent of the district. This Church contains open sittings for 800 persons on the ground floor, and is on the simplest plan consistent with so great an extent of accommodation. The style is early-English. The walls are massive, and constructed of Bulwell stone, in irregular courses. The quoins and dressings, both internally and externally, are of free-stone, chiefly from Derbyshire, from the quarries at Cromford, Coxbench, and Duffield. The capitals of the internal pillars are from Mansfield. The cost of the building has been about 3000l. and the site and extras from 1200l. to 1400l. in addition, making a total of about 4400l.
A singular discovery has recently been made in Back-lane, at the back of Derbyroad, Nottingham. In cutting the line for a sough, the labourers suddenly broke into a narrow passage in the rock, running in the direction of the forest on one side, and pointing towards the Castle on the other. On the side of the Castle, about four yards down, the passage has been bricked up, apparently for the purpose of forming a cellar to one of Mr. Goodhead's houses, near the top of the lane. In the direction of the forest the road runs under the first house upon going up the hill, and parties explored it for several hundred yards. A similar passage, a few yards higher up the road, was opened some years ago. The opening above described is full half a mile from the castle.
Dec. 1. The venerable church of St. Peter's in the East, Oxford, was re-opened for Divine Service. The roof in the nave and north aisle has been beautifully restored, and a new organ, by Bishop, erected in the western gallery. Dr. Williams (Warden of New College) preached in the morning, and a collection was afterwards made while the offertory sentences were read by the Vicar, amounting to rather more than 491, The new judge,
Mr. Erle, and his lady, (the latter is the daughter of the preacher,) were among the congregation. A second collection was made in the evening, which made a total of 64l. 10s.
St AfroRD SHIRE.
The population of the parish of KingSwinford having, by recent opening of mines, increased to nearly 24,000, and church accommodation having become lamentably deficient, the Rector, Dr. Penfold, by the aid of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, has succeeded in dividing the parish into six districts, containing 4,000 each, and it is intended each shall have its church (there are now three), its parsonage-house, resident minister, and national schools. The funds for building have been obtained from the Church Building Society, with 250l. from the noble gift of 4,000l. from Sir Robert Peel; and with nearly 600l. in subscriptions. All the sittings are to be free; the site and two acres for a churchyard were given by the trustees of the late Earl of Dudley, and a sufficient sum from Lord Ward to enable the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to build the parsonage. Grants of 600l. have been obtained from the Committee of Council and National Society for the schools, the site for which has been purchased and given by the Rector.
Nov. 27. The venerable church of All Saints, Sudbury, narrowly escaped being destroyed by fire. The ceiling, joists, and boarding were burnt through, and a hole made in the roof about two feet in diameter. The fire, it has been ascertained, proceeded from the carelessness of some plumbers, who had been repairing the leads during the day, and kindled a fire on a flag-stone placed upon the roof; this stone had split with the intense heat, and the embers falling through the fractures ignited the timbers.
Nov. 17. St. Olave's Church, Southwark, was re-opened for Divine Service, the Rev. Archdeacon Wilberforce, Chaplain to his Royal Highness Prince Albert, preaching an impressive sermon. It has been rebuilt in the form of the old structure which was burnt down Aug. 19, 1843, as recorded in our volume XX, pt. ii. p. 309. The expenses incurred amount to about 8,000l.
Nov. 21. The new parish church of Camberwell (also rebuilt in consequence of a fire) was consecrated by the Bishop of Winchester. Its form and character are described under the head of architecture in our present number. The old church was burnt down Feb. 7, 1841, as recorded
in our vol. XV. p. 309, and its most remarkable features were noticed in p. 247 of the same volume. See also vol. XVIII. p. 81, for the decision as to its re-edification.
Nov. 22. The Bishop of Winchester consecrated Camden Chapel, at Camberwell, for many years only licensed, and under proprietary management, and a place of great resort during the late mimistry of the Rev. Henry Melvill, B.D. Arrangements have been made for assigning to it an ecclesiastical district, and the Rev. Daniel Moore, B.A., minister of Christ Chapel, St. John's Wood, has been appointed to the incumbency.
Nov. 22. The Lord Bishop of Lichfield consecrated the Chapel of St. James at Birmingham attached to the medical institution of Queen's College. This is the first Church that has been devoted in modern times to the special use of the medical profession. The munificent friend of Queen's College, the Rev. Dr. Warneford, has supplied the means of fulfilling the requirements of the Church Building Act, and an endowment fund of 1000l. The architect is Mr. Drury. The ceremony was preceded by a breakfast at Dee's Hotel, which was attended by Lord Lyttelton, and many other distinguished wisitors.
Dec. 2. The Warwick and Leamington Railway was opened to the public. The time occupied in its construction, under the superintendence of Mr. Stephenson, has been eighteen months. The gradients are rather heavy, the steepest being 1 in 100. Messrs. J. Jackson, of London, and J. Cumming, Birmingham, were the contractors. The Kenilworth, the only intermediate station, on the outskirts of the town, is constructed of Kenilworth stone. That at Leamington, in the Roman Doric style, is situate on the main road between Leamington and Warwick. The first feature of interest, and one of the principal works, is that of the Milburne Grange viaduct, composed of seventeen arches, of 31 feet span, built of red brick, faced with stone and supported by stone pillars: it cost 2,400l. The Castle Gutter Brook Bridge is of three arches, of 60 feet span, composed of blue brick, and cost 1,400l. The timber bridge, spanning three roads, is formed of wood-work, with stone piers, 50 feet span, and has cost 940l. The viaduct over the Avon consists of nine arches, of 60 feet span, and is the chief work upon the line. It is built of blue brick, has cost 4,650l., and commands a fine view of the Avon, and of Guy's Cliffe, the demesne of the Hon. C. B. Percy.
Dec. 5. The new Chapel of Ease at Bar. nard's Green, near Great Malvern, was consecrated by the Bishop of Worcester. The site was given by Mr. Foley, the lord of the manor.
The extensive parish of Oldswinford (of which the town of Stourbridge forms part) has been without a church-rate for upwards of eight years, during which time the current expenses have been defrayed partly by a voluntary rate and partly by the churchwardens for the time being. In two or three cases the individuals filling that office have lost upwards of 30l., by providing for the expenses of their year of office. A rate of 1d. in the pound has now been carried, to meet the expenses of the current year. Upwards of 11,000l. has been raised in the neighbourhood within the last few years for church purposes by voluntary subscriptions, and the rate of la, in the pound, after an interval of so many years, is not estimated to produce more than 80l.
Rocliffe St. Mary's Church has been consecrated by the Lord Bishop of Ripon. This church was erected and in great part endowed at the expense of Andrew Lawson, Esq. M.P., aided by contributions towards the endowment by Mrs. Lawrence, of Studley Park, and other benevolent persons. The Bishop was attended by the Hon. and Rev. H. D. Erskine, Rural Dean, and 16 clergymen. The Rev. James Lawson read prayers, and the Lord Bishop preached the sermon. The church-yard, containing half an acre, also the gift of Mr. Lawson, was consecrated at the same time.
The Duke of Roxburghe having determined on reconstructing the celebrated old deer park at Brormouth, co. Haddington, has taken into possession that part of it formerly let, consisting of 80 acres of fine land. It is thrown into grass for permanent pasture, and occupied, as in days of yore, with the finest and most genuine breed of deer in the kingdom. What with this, the lake, and the other improvements on the river and grounds, this ancient, but now remodelled baronial seat, will vie with any of its extent in Scotland.
The late Gen. Lord Lynedoch's estate at Lynedoch, near Perth, has been purchased by James Simpson, esq. of Fox-hill Bank, near Manchester, for 135,000l., and his late Lordship's adjacent estate of Balgowan has been purchased by W. Thompson, esq. of Edinburgh, for 43,000l.
PROMOTIONS, PREFERMENTS, &c.
Oct. 7. Right Hon. Edward Geoffrey Smith Stanley (commonly called Lord Stanley) summoned to the House of Peers, by the title of Baron Stanley, of Bickerstaffe, in the county of Lancaster. Nov. 29. George Relph Greenhow, of Kevan Ila, near Uske, and Turner's-hill, Cheshunt, Gent. second son of John Greenhow, late of High-house, Stainton, Westmorland, Gent. deceased, by Anne, second dau. of George Relph, late of Penrith, and sister and colleir of Cuthbert Relph, late of Turner's-hill, esq. both deceased, to take the name of Relph after Greenhow.—49th Foot, Capt. J. L. Dennis to be Major.—Breyet, Capt. G. Hutt, Bombay Art: to be Major in the Army in the East Indies.--Unattached, To be Majors, Brevet Major W. Cain, from 26th Foot; Capt. G. Minter, from 32nd Foot. Dec. 6. Scots Fusilier Guards, Brevet Col. W. T. Knollys to be Major; Lieut. and Capt. E. W. F. Walker to be Capt. and Lieut.-Col.— 49th Foot, Major C. Cotton, from 94th Foot, to be Major, rice Major J. i. Dennis, who exchanges:–59th Foot, Major-Gen. Sir J. Harvey, K.C.B. to be Colones.—Brevet, Capt. J. Jameson, of 65th Foot, Capt., A. M. Douglas, of 88th Foot, to be Majors in the Army. Dec. 7. William-Drew Stent, of Fittleworth, co. Sussex, esq. in memory of William LucasShadwell (formerly William Shadwell), of Hastings, esq. to take the surnames of LucasShadwell, in sieu of his present surname; and bear the arms of Shadwell quarterly, in the first quarter, with the arms ol Lucas. Dec. 9... Charles William Bell, M.D. Physician to Her Majesty's Mission in Persia, to accept the Royal Persian Order of the Lion and Sun, of the second class. Dec. 11. Sir H. T. De la Beche, Knt. and Thomas Cubitt, esq. to be Commissioners for inquiring into the causes of the falling of a Cotton Mill at Oldham, and as to the failure of part of the Prison at North Leach. Dec. 13. 9th Foot, Lieut.-Gen. Sir T. Arbuthnot, K.C.B., from 52d Foot, to be Colonel. —52d Foot, Maj.-Gen. Sir E. Gibbs, K.C.B. from 68th Foot, to be Colonel.—68th Foot, MajorGen. C. Nicol to be Colonel.—William Gore Ouseley, esq. (now Secretary to Her Majesty's Legation at Rio Janeiro), to be Minister Plenio to the Argentine Confederation.— ohn Fiennes Crampton, esq. (now First Paid Attaché to Her Majesty's Embassy at Vienna), to be Secretary of Legation to the Swiss Cantons.—Francis Farrant, esq. to be Secretary of Legation at the Court of Persia. Dec. 16. Denis Benjamin Viger, esq. to be President of the Committee of the Executive Council of Canada; Henry Sherwood, esq. to be Solicitor General for Upper Canada; R. Y. Cummins, esq. to be Accountant to the Surveyor General's Department of Mauritius ; Wm. Dudley Ryder, esq. to be Assistant Secretary for Ceylon; William Fuller Boteler, esq. Q.C. to be one of the Commissioners of the Court of Bankruptcy to act in the prosecution of fiats in bankruptcy in the country, vice Edward Goulburn, serjeant-at-law, resigned. Dec. 18. John George Archbishop of Armagh, Richard Archbishop of Dublin, Archbishop William Crolly, Archbishop Daniel Murray, the Earl of Donoughmore, K.P. Bishop Cornelius Denvir, the Dean of St. Patrick's, the Rt. Hon. Sir Patrick Bellew, Bart., the Rt. tion. A. R. Blake, and the 'Rev. Dr. P.'s,
Henry, to be Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests for Ireland. 19ec. 20. 17th Foot, Brevet Lieut.-Col. P. M'Pherson, to be Major.—60th Foot, Major the Hon. G. A. Spencer, to be Lieut.-Col. ; Capt. E. C. Giffard, to be Major.—Brevet, Capt. F. Stupart, of the 26th Foot, to be Major in the Army. Dec. 21. Dr. J. Henry Davidson, to be First Physician to her Majesty in Scotland, vice Dr. John Abercrombie, deceased.
To be Captain,_Commander, H. R. Sturt (1830), of the Rose, 18.
To be Commanders, W. Tringham, of Victoria and Albert Yacht; Archibald G. Bulinan.
Appointments.-Capt. Armar Lowry Corry (1821), from the Firebrand to the Superb, 80; Capt. H. W. Bayfield (1834), additional to the Illustrious, 72, to complete the surveying service on the North American station; Capt. .James Hope (1838), to the Firebrand steamfrigate.—Commander Arthur Morrell (1823), of the Espoir, to the Tortoise guard ship, as governor of the Island of Ascension; Commander Richard W. Pelly (1844), to the Rose, 18.
Ecclesi Astic AL PREFERMENTs.
The Rev. Dr. Cramer, to be Dean of Carlisle.
Rev. G. Kelly, to the District of Pembroke
Rev. W. Carwithen, to Earl Fortescue.
Rev. John Milne, M.A. (Vice Principal) to be
Nor. 13. At Col. Romer's, St. Helier's, Jersey, the Countess du Pontavice de Henssey, a son and heir.—14. At Field-gate House, Kenilworth, the wife of Major Campbell, 7th Hussars, a son.—18. In Grafton-street, the Wiscountess Galway, a son and heir.—19. At Fermo, the Countess Gigliucci, a son and heir. —At the residence of the Rev. H. T. Lumsden, Ipswich, Mrs. Thomas Clements Browne, a dan. 21. At Durham, the wife of Major Wemyss, a dau. 22. In Cambridge-sq. the wife of Thomas Entwistle, esq. a dau.-25. At Wilton-st. Grosvenor-pl. the wife of Henry Lewis, esq. of Green Meadow, Glamorgan, a dau. At Dunraven Castle, the Viscountess Adare, a dau.-29. At Grove Park, Lady Dormer, a son.
Lately. At Hams-hall, Coleshill, the Hon. Mrs. Adderley, a dau.-In Wimpole-st, the
GENT, MAG. Wol. XXIII.
April 29. At Milbourne, Port Philip, J. Denham Pinnock, esq. Registrar of the Sureme Court, to Lucy-Anne, eldest dau. of Wm. ill, esq. one of the magistrates of New South Wales, and formerly of Yeovil. June 4. At Sydney, Geo. Gilmore, youngest son of John Gilmore, esq. of Clifton, to Mararet-Elizabeth, dau. of Charles Henry Chainers, esq. of Pyrmont, Sydney. Aug. 21. At Madras, John Robert Pringle, esq. Madras Civil Serv., third son of Sir John Pringle, Bart. of Stitchell, Roxburghshire, to Hester-Helen, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Col. Malcolm M*Neill, Madras Light Cavalry. Sept. 3. At Kurrachee, Capt. W. Montagu Scott M'Murdo, 78th Regt. youngest son of the late Col. M*Murdo, of Loftus, Dumfries, to Susan, eldest dau. of his Excellency MajorGen. Sir Charles Napier, G.C.B., Commander in Chief in Scinde. 12. At Simla, East Indies, Capt. Charles E. Mills, of the Artillery, Assistant to the Gov.Gen.'s Agent North Western Frontier, to Susanna, niece of Lieut.-Col. Chadwick, of the same corps, and dau. of William Chadwick, esq. Octagon, Plymouth. 17. At Simla, Bengal, Major Grant, Deputy Adj. Gen. of the Army, to Frances-Maria, youngest dau. of his Excellency Gen. Sir Hugh Gough, Bart. G.C.B. Commander in Chief of India. Oct. 3. At Rathangan, Ireland, James Fitzgerald Massy, esq. to Elizabeth, only dau. of the Very Rev. the Dean of Limerick, and niece of the Rev. Thos. Shepherd, Vicar of Wellington, Herefordsh. 5. At Nagpore, Joseph Fisher Stevens, Lieut. and Adj. 18th Regt. N. I., to Helen, youngest dau. of Lieut.-Col. Spurs, resident at the Court of the Rajah of Nagpore. 10. At Bombay, H. Bartle Edward Frere, esq. C.S. to Catharine, second dau. of his Excellency Sir George Arthur, Bart. K.C.H., Governor of Bombay. 12. At omas Sydney Smyth, esq. Barrister-at-Law, to Anna, niece to the Hon. Sir Edward Gambier, Chief Justice of Madras. 14. At Bombay, Lieut. J. F. Hall, 22d Regt. Bengal N.I., o Adj. Jodhpoor Legion, to Georgiana-Margaret, widow of Capt. Pollock, Bengal Army. Oct. 22. At Leominster, Sussex, H. J. Coote, esq. 22d Regt., third son of R. H. Coote, esq. of Lincoln’s-inn, Barrister-at-Law, to RhodaCarleton, only dau. of William Holmes, esq. of Brookfield, Sussex.-At Mamble, Worc., the Rev. G. H. Eyre, eldest son of the late Vice-Adm. Sir George Eyre, K.C.B. to CeciliaMaria, youngest dau. of the late Rev. W. H. Hill, Rector of Rock, in the same county.— At Bath, Col. Sir Rich. England, K.C.B., Commanding 41st Regt. to Theodosia, dau. of R. Fountayne Wilson, esq. of Melton, &c. Yorksh. —At Brighton, the Rev. G. W. Rhodes, of Leyton, Essex, to Louisa, dau, of the late Anthony Taylor Peacock, esq. of South Kyme,
Lincolnshire.—At Ampthill, the Rev. Frederic C. G. Passy, Vicar of Wilstead, Beds, to Helen-Louisa, only dau. of the late Philip Deare, esq. At Bath, the Rev. George Whitaker, Vicar of Oakington, near Cambridge, to Arundel-Charlotte, only dau. of the late Rev. Richard Burton, and niece of John Griffiths Mansford, esq. of Bath.--At Castletown-Delvins, Col. Arthur, of the 3d (Prince of Wales's Drag. Guards), to Kate, dau. of Mr. and Lady Eleanor Fetherstone, and niece to the Earl of Wicklow. At Bombay, Alex. Nash, Lieut. of Eng. to Lucy-Anne, eldest dau. of the late Rev. E. Norton, of Southwold, Suffolk. 23. At Blair Vadock, Dumbartonsh., Patrick Maitland, esq. of Freugh, Wigtownsh., to Matilda-Frances-Harriet, youngest dau. of Mr. and Lady Janet Buchanan.—At Monkstown, Capt. George Henry Robertson, 25th Regt. Bombay Army, to Jane, dau. of Brabazon Newcomen, esq. of Camla, Roscommon, and Montpellier House, Dublin—At Edinburgh, Francis Newcombe Maltby, esq. of the Madras Civil Service, to Mary Howard, second dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. James Michael, Hon. East India Company’s Service.—At Oakingham, C. H. White, esq. M.A. of Oriel College, Oxf., to Louisa-Boak, youngest dau. of the late Bartholomew Browne, esq. of Oakingham.—At Clifton, Richard John Allen Philipps, esq. late Capt. 12th Regt., and second son of the late W. C. Allen Philipps, esq. of St. Bride's-hill, Pembroke, to Louisa-Sarah, eldest dau. of Richard Bowen, esq. of Manerowen, in the same county.—At St. George’s, Hol. Capt. the Hon. Robert Edward Boyle, Coldstream Guards, second surviving son of the Earl of Cork and Orrery, to Georgiana, youngest dau. of Abraham Wildey Robarts, esq. Hill-st. Berkeley-sq.-At York-road Chapel, George Hepburn, esq. of Chesham, Bucks, to LydiaLouisa, dau. of the late John Hepburn, esq. of Southwark.--—At Baxton, the Rev. Mark Garfitt, Rector of Stretton, Rutlandshire, to Isabella-Mary, youngest dau. of Geo. Richards Denshire, esq. of Thetford House, Lincolnsh. —At Hintlesham, F. W. Schrieber, esq. of the Roundwood, Ipswich, to Miss Deane, dau. of the late W. Deane, esq. of Alton-hall.—At Aberdeen, Capt. Nares, R.N. to Susan, relict of the late j. Ramsay, esq. of Barra.-At Sutton Veney, Edmund Sharpe, esq. Bengal Art., eldest son of the Rev. William Sharpe, Rector of Pattiswick, Essex, to o dau. of the Rev. William D. Thring, D. D. Rector of Sutton Veney, and Vicar of Fisherton Delamere, Wilts. At Paddington, the Rev. Chas. Edw. Gray, M.A., Brasenose Coll. Oxf., to Adeleine-Geraldine, dau. of Sir Herbert Compton, of Hyde Park Gardens.—At Chelsea, George G. S., eldest son of James Eyres Coward, esq. of Tiverton, Devon, to Anne dau. of the late John Exton North, esq. of Leicester. At Bishop's Tawton, Devon, Dr. Edwards, of Bath, to Fanny, eldest dau. of W. Amier, esq.--At Donnybrook, Virginius Murray, esq. of the 29th Regt., son of the late Hon. Alexander Murray, of Frimley, Bagshot, nephew of the late Earl of Dunmore, to Elizabeth-Alicia, only dau. of Col. Poitier, formerly of the 61st Regt. —At Wymondham, the Rev. John M. Jephson, to Ellen, eldest dau. of Isaac Jeremy, esq. of Stansfield-hall, Recorder of Norwich.-At Weston, near Bath, the Rev. Edward Spencer Phelps, R.N., to Sophia-Elizabeth, sole surviving dau. of the late Rev. Robert Gatehouse. 25. At Haddow, Kent, the Rev. Henry D. Sewell, M.A. fourth son of the late Hon. Jonathan Sewell, LL.D. Chief Justice of the province of Lower Canada, to Elizabeth-Charlotte, youngest dau. of the late Robert Monypenny, esq. of Merrington-place, Kent.
26. At Frankfort, Theodore Gudin, to Mararet-Louis, eldest dau. of the Right Hon. ord James Hay, and grand-dau. of the late Marquess of Tweeddale.—At St. Martin’s-inthe-Fields, Robert Barclay, jun, esq. of Buckingham-st. Adelphi, to Sarah, dau. of the late D. Smith, esq. of the Commissariat Department. At Christchurch, Surrey, Frederick Charles Jones, esq., M.D., of Great Surrey-st. only son of Capt. Charles Jones, R.N. K.T.S., to Sarah-Alice, second dau. of William Farmer, esq. At Minster, Isle of Sheppey, J. S. Harper, esq, to Mary-Elizabeth, dau. of John Ward, esq. of Mile Town, Sheerness, and niece of the Rev. James Burnell, of Woolhampton, and the late Dr. Bacon, of Reading.—At St. Pancras, septimus Vander Wyden, son of the late Charles Hart, esq. of Kensington-gore, and Capt. in the 2d Grenadier, Regt., of the Bombay N. I., to Catharine, eldest dau;..of Thomas Joshua Platt, esq. one of Her Majesty's Counsel.—At Watford, George Cornwali Lewis, esq. one of the Poor Law Commissioners for England and Wales, to . Lady Theresa Lister, relict of Thomas H. Lister, esq. and sister to the Earl of Clarendon.,,, 2s. At St. George's, Bloomsbury, William Henry, second son of the late Adm. Butterfield, to Maria, second dau. of G. B. Ashmead, esq. of Hayes, Middlesex.--At Kew, the Rev. W. H. Martin Atkins, of Kingston Lisle, Berks, to Diana-Mary, widow of John Tyrrell, esq. of Kew, and dau. of the Rev. James Wyld, of Blunsdon St. Andrew, Wilts. 29. At Ipswich, the Rev. George William Steward, Rector of Caister next Yarmouth, to Ellen, third dau. of the late John Bampton, esq. of the former place.—At Alby, the Rev. Smith Churchill, son of the late Rev. J. D. Churchill, Rector of Blickling and Erpingham, to Harriet, youngest dau. of the late Rey. Wm. Rees, Vicar of Horsey, Norfolk.-At Whitburn, Robert, eldest surviving son of Rear-Admiral Hodgson, to Clara, second dau. of William Harrison, esq. of Whitburn.-At St. George's, Hanover-sq. Viscount Loftus, eldest son of the Marquess of Ely, to Jane, dau. of the late James Joseph Hope Vere, esq. of Craigie Hall and Blackwood, North Britain. —At St. George's, Hanover-sq. George Charles Dalbiac, esq. of the 4th (Queen's Own) Regt. of Light Drag., eldest son of Major Dalbiac, to Louisa-Maria, only dau. of the late Capt. Burges, of the 5th Bengal Cavalry.— The Hon. Horace W. B. Cochrane, second son of the Earl of Dundonald, to Frances-Jacobina, widow of the late George J. Carnegie, esq. nephew of the Earl of Northesk- At Mitcham, Surrey, the Rev. Richard Simpson, Vicar of Mitcham, to Elizabeth-Mary, only surviving child of the late itev. Richard Cranmer, late Vicar of the same place. 30. At Binfield, the Rev. Allen Cowburn, M.A. of Exeter College, Oxford, eldest son of William Cowburn, esq. of Sydenham, to RebeMary, eldest dau. of the Rev. J. Randall, Rector of 13infield.—At Warblington, the the Rev. John Coles, of Ditcham Park, and Silchester Rectory, Hants, to Lucy, widow of Robert James Harrison, esq. of Öak Lodge, Emsworth, formerly a Capt. in the Royai Horse Guards (Blue).--—At Paris, Charles Sidney, only son of the late John Sidney Hawkins, esq. F.S.A., of Brompton, Middlesex, to Thomasine, eldest dau. of the Rev. John George Maddison, late Rector of West Monckton, Somerset.—At Peterborough, the Rev. Henry Pratt, son of the Rev. Joseph Pratt, Rector of Paston, to Mary-Ann-Davys, dau. of the Bishop of Peterborough. .31. At West Ham, William Elphick, esq. of Newhaven, Sussex, to Lydia, eldest dau. of the late John Gray, esq. of West Ham, Essex