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ADDITIONS, Dec. 1837 to JAN. 1839.

GEORGE MOSTYN, BARon WAUX, of Harrowden, co. Northampton, in whose favour her Majesty was pleased to terminate the abeyance of this barony, was summoned to parliament by writ dated 13 March 1838; born 7 March 1804; married, July 1828, Caroline, da. of Arthur Wansittart, of Shottesbrooke House, co. Berks, esq., and has issue, —1. GEORGE-CHARLES, b. 3 April 1830 ; –2. Montagu E

HENRY, b. 25 April 1838.

(FoR his lordship's paternal descent see Debrett's New Baronetage.) Sir NICHOLAS WAUX, of Harrowden,(son of William Vaux, of the same place, who fell at Tewksbury, fighting on the side of king Henry VI.,) was summoned to parliament, 15 Henry VIII., (1524,) and died shortly after, leaving issue by his second wife, Anne, da. of sir Thomas Green, of Green's Norton, co. Northampton, knt., a son and successor, THOMAS, 2d baron Vaux, who sat in parliament 22 H. VIII., 1531; he m. Elizabeth, da. and h. of sir Thomas Cheney, of Irtlingburgh, co. Northampton, knt., and had issue, WILLIAM, 3d baron Vaux, who was summoned to parliament 4th and 5th Ph. and Mary (1556 and 1557); he m., 1st, Elizabeth, da, of John Beaumont, of Grace Dieu, co. Leicester, esq., and had issue, 1. HENRY, d. vit. pat. 1587–8. 2. ELEANort, m. Edward Brookesby, of Sholdby, co. Leicester, esq. 3. ElizaBETH, a nun at Caen, in Normandy. 4. ANNE. His lordship m., 2dly, Mary, da. of sir John Tresham, of Rushton, co. Northampton, knt., by whom (who d. 1598) he had issue, 5. GeoRGE, of whom hereafter. 6. EDWARD, d. S.p. 7. Sir AMBRose, d. S.p. GeoRGE, 2d son of William, 3d baron, m. Elizabeth, da. of sir John Roper, knt., afterwards lord Teynham, and d. vit. pat., leaving issue, 1. EDWARD, 4th baron. 2. WILLIAM, d. S.p.

3. HENRY, 5th baron. 4. MARy, ancestress of the present baron, m. sir George Simeon, of Brightwell, co. Oxon, knt., of whom hereafter. 5. Joyce, d. unm. May 1667. 6. KATHERINE, m. sir Henry Nevill, afterwards lord Abergavenny, and was ancestress of Robert-Henry, earl of Pembroke, and Edward-Bourchier Hartopp, esq., two of the co-heirs of the barony of Vaux, 1837. William, 3d baron Vaux, d. 20 Aug. 1595, and was succeeded by his grandson, Edward, 4th baron, m. Elizabeth, da. of Thomas, earl of Suffolk, and widow of William, earl of Banbury, by whom (who d. 15 April 1658) he had no legitimate issue; he d. 8 Sept. 1661, and was succeeded by his next surviving brother, HENRY, 5th baron, who d. s.p. 20 Sept. 1663, when the barony fell into abeyance between his surviving sister, Joyce, and the descendants of his sisters, Katherine and Mary, and so continued till 1838, when it was revived in the person of the present baron, whose descent we now proceed to State. Sir o Simeon, of Brightwell, co. Oxon, left by his 1st wife, Mary Vaux, before mentioned, two das. and co-hh., viz. Anne, d. unm., and Elizabeth, who m., 1st, William Conyers, esq., by whom she had no male issue; and 2dly, Edmond, 4th viscount Mountgarret in Ireland, to whom she was 2d wife, and who d. 1679; she d. 18 Feb. 1673, having had issue by the viscount, a da., Elizabeth, and a son, Edmond Butler, of Bally ragget, ;” who a

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GEoRGE Butler, of Ballyragget, esq., 3d son, but at length heir, m, two wives, and d. 1812, leaving issue by the first, an only da. and heir, MARY, b. circa 1776, m., 17 May 1801, to Charles Mostyn, of Kiddington, co. Oxon, esq., son of Charles-Browne Mostyn, esq., and grandson of sir Edward Mostyn, of Talacre, co. Flint, bart., by Barbara, da. and h. of sir George Browne, of Kiddington, bart., (see Debrett's New Baronetage,) and d. 1831, having had issue by the said Charles Mostyn, esq., (who d. 11 March 1821,) an only son, GEORGE MOSTYN, now baron Waux. Heir Apparent—Hon. Gkorto E-CHARLES Mosty N, his lordship's son. Creation—15 Henry VIII. (1524). Arms—Per bend sinister, ermine and ermines, a lion rampant or. Crests—1st, on a mount vert, a lion as in the arms. 2d, a trefoil slipped vert. Supporters—Derter, a griffin sable, armed and membered, or. Sinister, a stag or. Motto—Hodie, non cras. To-day, not tomorrow.

The two following Peers were summoned to Parliament by Writ, and placed in their fathers’ Baronies, on the occasion of Her Majesty's

Coronation.

FRANCIS-GODOLPHIN-D'ARCY OSBORNE, (commonly called Marquess of CARMARTHEN,) BAR on OSBORNE, of Kiveton, co. York; born 21 May 1798; summoned to parliament by writ, June 1838, and placed in his father's barony of Osborne of Kiveton; but succeeded to the DUKEdo M of LEEDS, 10 July following, upon the decease of his father, George-William Frederick, 6th duke of Leeds, when this barony again merged in the higher dignity; married, 24 April 1828, Louisa-Catherine, da, of Richard Caton, of Maryland, esq., widow of sir Fenton-Elwill Bathurst-Hervey, bart., and sister of the marchioness Wellesley. (See DUKE of LEEDs.)

Creation—15 Aug. 1673. | For descent, arms, &c., see DUKE of LEEDs.

GEORGE-WILLIAM-FREDERICK BRUDENELL-BRUCE,(commonly called Earl BR Uce,) BARoN BRUCE, of Tottenham, co. Wilts ; born 20 Nov. 1804; summoned to parliament by writ, July 1838, and placed in his father's barony of Bruce of Tottenham; married, l l May 1837, Mary-Caroline, da. of George-Augustus, 11th earl of Pembroke.

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1838. May 7.-Hon. mrs. Spencer, a da. – 8.—Countess of Guilford, a da. – 9.-Viscountess Deerhurst, a son. - 13.--Lady of the hon, capt. GeorgeFrederick Hotham, a son. — 15.-Wiscountess Adare, a da. - 16.-Duchess of Sutherland, a da. named Victoria. – 25-Hon. mrs. Coventry, a da. Lady Agnes Byng, a da. – 31.-Lady Georgiana E. C. Grey, a da. June 7.-Baroness Crofton, a son. –,11.—Countess of Hillsborough, a son, still born. 18.-Countess of Carnarvon, a son. — 21.-Hon. mrs. Rous, a son. 30–Lady of the hon. and rev. William Towry Law, a da. July 3–Lady of the hon. St. John Butler, (son of lord Dunboyne,) a son. 4,-Viscountess Hood, a son. — 7–Lady of the hon. Edward-AnthonyJohn Preston, a da. — 15–Lady of capt. William-Edward Fitzmaurice, (brother of the earl of Orkney,) a son. – 17.-Lady of the hon. Charles-Lennox Butler, (son of lord Dunboyne,) a da. 23.-Lady Robert Grosvenor, a son. — 25.-Lady Rivers, a son. Aug. 3.-Countess of Dartmouth, a da. — 4.—Lady Stanley, a son, who died the same evening. — 12.-Lady Henniker, a da. Lady Vernon, a da. — 15.-Lady Henry Kerr, a son. 24.—Marchioness of Abercorn, a son and h. Countess of Craven, a son (viscount Uffington). dy Georgiana-A. Ryder, twin

das. — 25.-Lady of sir George Hamilton,

G.C.H., a son.
Sept. 3.-Lady Howard, a son.

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1838. July 3.-Rev. W. H. Mann, vicar of Bowden, co. Chester, to Frances-Dorothea, da. of the rev. Lyttelton Powys and niece of the 1st lord Lilford. —5.—Hon. John - Henry-Thomas Manners Sutton, son of viscount Canterbury, to Georgina, youngest da. of Charles Tompson of Witchingham Hall, co. Norfolk, e: 21.—Charles-Augustus Danvers Butler, lieut. 21st Madras Infantry, son of the late hon. Butler Danvers, to Letitia, oungest da. of late col. Freese of the adras artillery. —24.—Frederick-John-William, earl of Cavan to Caroline-Augusta, youngest da. of lord Hatherton. — 25.-Charles-Arthur St. Leger, esq., son of the hon. and rev. James St. Leger, to Jane - Robina, 2d da. of William Hawksley, of the Circus, Bath, esq. – 26.—Mr. Hamilton, eldest son of William Hamilton, esq., late minister at the Court of Naples, to the hon. miss Dillon, maid of honour to the queen. Aug. 2.-Hon. Alex. - Nelson Hood, only surviving son of Samuel, lord Bridport, to lady Mary-Penelope, da. of the marquess of Downshire. 2.—Capt. E. C. Fletcher, 1st oft'. to lady Frances, da. of the earl of Romney. —2.—Richard Buckworth Dunn, esq., 2d dragoon guards, to Isabella-Pallmer, da...of James Hewitt Massy Dawson, of Ballanacoutry, co. Tipperary, esq. — 6.—Rev. George - Bridges, Moore, to Charlotte, da. of the hon. and rev. JohnEvelyn Boscawen. — 6.—Lord Elibank, to Emily-Marian, only da. of mr. A. Moo of Whim. — 8.—Lord Thomas Cecil, son of the marquess of Exeter, to Sophia, sister of the duke of Richmond. —9.—Hon. Charles-F.-A.-C. Ponsonby, eldest son of lord De Mauley, to MariaJane-Elizabeth, da. of viscount Duncannon. 14.—Hon. capt George-John Cavendish, R.N., brother of Iord Waterpark, to Caroline, youngest sister of Charles Prideaux Brune, of Prideaux Place, co. Cornwall, esq. — 16–Capt. Hope, R.N., of Carriden, N.B., to Frederica, sister of lord Kinnaird. — 22.—Hon. Perc Ashburnham, to Esther - Martha, eldest da. and co-h. of ... the late lieut.-col. John By, R.E. —28.-Hon. William - Booth Grey, to Frances, sister of Mark, lord Somerville. Sept. 6.-The earl of Sandwich, to Mary, 7th da. of Henry-William, marquess of Anglesey. — 10–Viscount Milton to Frances-Harriett, eldest da. of George-Sholto, earl of Morton. — 13.-Hon. William Tollemache, grand

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