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to eight every morning the band plays at the Elisenbrunen, usual gathering place for drinkers of mineral waters. The military band plays at noon at the theatre square. The cathedrale, the hôtel de ville are monuments of the time of Charlemagne, and number amongst the most remarkable edifices on the borders of the Rhine."
DIRECTIONS FOR PLAIN KNITTING: with additions and corrections for the working Classes and Schools. By RACHEL JANE CATTLOW. Third Thousand. Darton and Clarke, Adams and Co., London. Hyde and Crewe, Newcastle under Lyme, 1847.
EVERY lady, who has the graceful and time-honoured taste of Penelope should favour this little but valuable publication. We of course are not professed in the ancient mystery and most useful handicraft of knitting; but the least learned on the subject may perceive the intrinsic merits of this pleasing production. Its sale has, too, already reached a third thousand -a strong proof of its ability; it fully deserves to number thousands and thousands to come, for one feature of it is that it adapts itself to the working classes, and in these industrious days, no cottager ought to be without it. How many ladies now vie with each other in ornamental work, and, armed with their needles, perform wonders in the production of fanciful decoration. They too may not deem a little knitting unworthy their attention, though of plain and homely character, for its utility is great indeed. To them this book will be of service also.
We touch not on its feminine contents, further than extracting the following quaint address with which the skilful lucubration commences;
FROM A DAME TO HER SCHOLARS.
""Tis seventy years, or thereabouts,
And on a cricket I was placed
By our good dame to sit.
My needles were of wire that bent,
A bit of worsted served my turn,
Strutt's good brown cotton, in those days,
Now your old dame gives this advice
That, whilst children are young, they learn to knit,
I think, if you will give good heed
To the following explanations,
You'll find that your stockings, and socks, and gloves
VOL. IV. NO. XVI.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Allfrey, Mrs. Frederick Wm. of a dau. 19th June. Anson, Mrs. wife of the Rev. T. Anchitel Anson, of a dau. 2nd July.
Arkwright, Mrs. Edward, of a dau. at Cliffe House, Warwick, 11th July.
Ashmore, Mrs. wife of the Rev. Paul Ashmore, of a son, at Nottingham House, Eltham, 5th July. Atkinson, Mrs, wife of Robt. James Atkinson, Esq. Assistant Surgeon of Bengal Light Cavalry, of a dau. at Cawnpore, 2nd May.
Austen, Mrs. Fred. Lewis, of a dau. at Hyde Parksquare, 19th June.
Aylward, Mrs. A. F. of a dau. at Chesham Vicarage, 6th July.
Barlow, Mrs. wife of the late George Barne Barlow, Esq. of a son, at Great George-street, Westminster, 19th June.
Beaumont, Mrs. John, of a dau. at West Hill, Putney, 9th July.
Bedale, Mrs. John, of a dau. at Clapham New Park, 19th July.
Bell, Mrs. Jacob, of a dau. at Hull, 20th June. Bergman, Mrs. John George, of a dau. at Formosa, Cookham, Berks, 16th July.
Best, Mrs. H. P. of a son, at the Castle House, Donnington, Newbury, 27th June. Birchall, Mrs. wife of Wm, H. Birchall, Esq. of a son and heir at Burley Grange, Leeds, 18th July. Black, Mrs. wife of Patrick Black, Esq. M.D. of a son, in Bedford Square, 22nd June. Blakesley, Mrs. of a son, at Ware Vicarage, Herts, 8th July.
Bogie, Mrs. of Rosemount, co. Ayr, of a son, 1st July. Bonner, Mrs. Charles F. of a son, at Spalding, 4th July.
Bowyer, Mrs. wife of the Rev. Wentworth Bowyer, of a dau. at Edinburgh, 16th July. Braithwaite, Mrs. Isaac, of Mechlenburgh Square, of a son, 18th July.
Bridgman, Mrs. Frances O. H. of a dau. at Munich, 29th June.
Bristow, Mrs. of a dau. at Brotmore Park, Wilts, 16th July.
Brown, Mrs. John, of a son, at Marlborough, Wilts,| 18th June.
Bryant, Mrs. Walter, of a dau. at Bathurst-street, 13th July.
Brymer, Mrs. John, of a son, at Burgate House, Hants, 16th July.
Butler, Mrs. wife of the Rev. Weeden Butler, of a dau. at the Vicarage, Wickham-market, Suffolk, 13th July.
Butler, Mrs. Walter, of a dau. at Maida-hill, 20th
Campbell, Mrs. Walter F. of Islay, of a dau. at Edinburgh, 20th July.
Carey, Mrs. Adolphus F. of a son, at Burbage Hinckley, co. Leicester, 18th July.
Cavendish, the Hon. Mrs. Richard, of a dau. 3rd July.
Chapman, Mrs. George, of a son, at Arundel-street, 14th July.
Coape, Mrs. James, of a dau. at Mirables, Isle of Wight, 1st July.
Clarke, Mrs. H. B. of St. John's Wood Road, of a son, 30th June.
Collet, Mrs. wife of the Rev. W. Lloyd Collet, A.M. of a dau. 3rd July.
Compton, Lady Wm. of a dau. 1st July.
Cotton, Mrs. wife of the Rev. George Cotton, of a son, at Rugby, 29th June.
Cox, Mrs. wife of the Rev. J. M. Cox, of a son, at East Stoke Rectory, 17th June.
Crokat, Mrs. Charles, of a dau. at Albion-street, Hyde Park, 21st June.
Crowdy, Mrs. G. F. of a son, at Farringdon, 2nd July.
Cumming Gordon, Mrs. Alex. P. of Altyne, of a son, 16th June.
Dacres, Mrs. wife of Captain Sydney C. Dacres, R. N. of a son, 17th July.
Dale, Mrs. wife of the Rev. H. Dale, of a dau. at Blackheath, 4th July.
Dallas, the Hon. Lady, of a son, 14th July. Dalrymple, Mrs. Elphinston, of a dau. at West Hall, co Aberdeen, 17th July.
Daniel, Mrs. wife of Dr. Wythe Daniel of Park House, Southall, of a dau. 3rd July.
Day, Mrs. John, of a dau. at Newick Lodge, 19th July.
Deane, Mrs. Francis Henry, of a dau. at Westborne Villas, 4th July.
Dent, Mrs. Thomas of Hyde Park-terrace, of a dau. 9th July.
Donaldson, Mrs. W. Leverton, of a son, 15th July.
Fletcher, Mrs. James, of a dau. at Chester Square, 29th June,
Forrest, Mrs. wife of James Archibald Forrest, Esq. 5th Fusileers, of a dau. 30th June. Fowler, Mrs. wife of Lieut. G. C. Fowler, R.N. of a son, at Woolwich, 21st July. Francis, Mrs. S. R. Green, of a son, at Cranham Place, Essex, 19th July.
Frederick, Mrs. Major General, of a son, at Shawford, near Winchester, 15th July. Freebaim, Mrs. J. C. of a son, at Boath near Naine, 14th June.
Freeman, Mrs. Williams, of a son, at Fawley Court, 20th June.
Gage, the Hon. Mrs. of a dau. at Whitehall Yard, 9th July.
Gallini, Mrs. wife of A. Gallini, Esq. of a son at
Giles, Mrs. James, of a son, at Haling Park, Croy-
Gladstone, Mrs. William, of a dau, at Fitzroy-park,
Godby, Mrs. wife of the Rev. C. H. Godby, 2nd
Griffin, Mrs. Alfred, of a son, 2nd July.
Gunnell, Mrs. Burgess, of a son, at Hanwell, 8th
Hamilton, the Lady Claude, of a dau., 3rd July.
Harden, Mrs. wife of the Rev. J. W. Harden, of a
Harford, Mrs. C. R. jun., of a son. 18th June. Haygarth, Mrs. J. S. of a son, at Redmaston Rectory, near Cirencester, 9th July.
Hewitt, Mrs. B. B. of a son at Weymouth-street, 22nd July.
Holden, Mrs. Edward A. of Aston Hall, co. Derby,
Holden, the Hon. Mrs. Drury, of a son, 1st July.
Irvine, Mrs. wife of Lt. Col. Irvine, C. B. of a son,
Jenner, Mrs. Edward F. of a son, at Lowndes St.
Johnson, Mrs. Henry, of a dau. at Woodford,
Jones, Mrs. D. of Pontglase and Penlar, co. Car-
Kennedy, Mrs. Langford, of a son, 1st July.
Kuper, Mrs. the wife of Capt. Kuper. C.B. R. N. of
Langmore, Mrs. wife of J. C. Langmore, M.B. of
Lee, Mrs. G. Maclean, of a dau. at Esher, 7th July.
Palmer, Mrs. J. Carrington, of a son, 7th July,
Pearse, Mrs. John, of a dau.at Dunstable, 21st June.
Petley, Mrs. Charles R. C. of a dau. at Riverhead,
Peto, Mrs. S. Morton, of a dau. 26th June.
Place, Mrs. wife of Lionel R. Place, Esq. R.N. of
Playfair, Mrs. Lyon, of a dau, at Barnes, 8th July. Plunkett, Mrs. James, of a son, at Tavistock Square, 6th July.
Ricardo, Mrs. Percy, of a dau. at Westborne Cres
Robertson, Mrs. wife of Capt. J. E. Robertson,
Robinson, Mrs. W. S. of a dau. at Dyrham Rec-
Saxton, Mrs. Edward, of a dau. at Highbury Park,
Sheriff, Mrs. Francis, of a dau. at Calverley Park, 20th July.
Smith, Mrs. H. J. of a dau. at Worthing, 19th July. Smith, Mrs. D. Scott, of Devonshire-street, of a dau. 19th July.
Smith, Mrs. Major, of a son, at Plympton Lodge,
Smith, Mrs. wife of the Rev. Samuel Smith, of a
Spriggs, Mrs. H. of a son, at Hornsey, 10th July.
Sumner, Mrs. Robert, of a dau. at Colbourne Rec-
Swifte, Mrs. Edmund Leathol, of a dau. at the
Synnot, Mrs. Robert, of a dau. at Cadogan Terrace,
Pant-Tait, Mrs. wife of the Rev. Dr. Tait, of a dau. at
Little, Mrs. Thomas Selby, of a son, at Worcester, Tomkins, Mrs. Samuel, jun. of a son, at Albert-road, 17th July.
Lovett, Mrs. wife of the Rev. Robert Lovett, of a
Macleane, Mrs. wife of the Rev. A. J. Macleane,
Martin, Mrs. wife of the Rev. Chancellor Martin, of
Milward, Mrs. George, of a son, Jat the Manor House,
Mitchell, Mrs. John, of Forcett Hall, co. York, of a
Montrose, the Duchess of, of a son and heir, 22nd
Murdoch, Mrs. wife of Clinton Murdoch, Esq. of
Regent's Park, 20th July.
Torkington, Mrs. L. I. of a son, at Tunbridge
Tweedy, Mrs. John Newman, of a son, at Portu au
Ullathorne, Mrs. G. Hutton, of a son, at Notting-
Vigne, Mrs wife of the Rev. Henry Vigne, of a dau.
Watson, Mrs. T. S. of a son, at Kew Green, 4th
Watt, Mrs. wife of Captain Watt, Bengal Cavalry,
Watts, Mrs. Richard, of a dau. at-Langford Vicar-
Willink, Mrs. W. W. of a son, at Barntley, near
Wood, Mrs. W. Charles, of a son, at Fiddington
Wroughton, Mrs. Philip, of a son, at Ibstone House,
Wyllie, Mrs. John, of a son, at Fulham, 10th
Yonge, Mrs. wife of Captain Gustavus Yonge, 2nd
Alcock, Joseph Locker, Esq., eldest son of Samuel Alcock, Esq., of Elder-house, Cobridge, Staffordshire, to Susannah, eldest daughter of the late William Burbridge, Esq., of Hatton-garden, London, 24th June.
Anderson, W. D., E-q., of Sherrington, Wilts, to Marianne, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Thos. Harrison, incumbent of Holy Trinity, Whitehaven, and rector of Corney, Cumberland, 8th July. Andrews, Stanley, Esq., of St. Paul's-p ace, Islington, Louisa, youngest daughter of the late J. D. Welch, Esq., of Holyfield, Essex, 16th June. Arkwright, the Rev. Henry, to Ellen Home Purves, daughter of the late Viscountess Canterbury, 1st July.
Bailey, Edward, eldest son of Edward Savage Bailey, Esq., of Berners-street, to Maria, second daughter of James Coles, Esq., of Old-park, Clapham common, 24th June.
Bond, Edward Augustus. Esq., to Caroline Frances, daughter of the late Rev. R. H. Barham, rector of St. Faith's, London, 16th July. Bowdoin, James Temple, Esq., late Captain of the 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards, only son of the late James Temple Bowdoin, Esq., and grandson of Sir John Temple, Bart., to Elizabeth, third daughter of Sir William Clay, Bart., M.P., of Fulwell-lodge, in the county of Middlesex, 26th
Bradley, the Rev. Edward, of Brighton, to Sarah,
Buckingham, Wm., Esq., of Exeter, to Elizabeth
Burrowes, John, third son of the late Thomas Burrowes, Esq., of Limehouse, to Fanny, fourth daughter of Charles Rich. Nelson, Esq., of Twickenham-common, Middlesex. 14th July. Stand-Campbell, Captain Colin Yorke, R.N., eldest son of Rear-Admiral D. Campbell, of Barbreck, Argyleshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of James Hyde, Esq., of Apley, Isle of Wight, 1st July.
Bass, James, Esq., of Champion hill, Camber-
Barnes, Robert, M.B., of Park-road, Notting-
Beckwith. Wm. Andrews, Esq., of Wells, Somerset, to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of the late James Baker, Esq., of Creek sea-place, Essex, 13th July.
Beason, Samuel, fourth son of Rev. J.Benson, rector of Norton, Somerset, to Philippa, youngest dau. of James Bourne, of Somerset street, Portmansquare, 29th June.
Berriedale, Lord, son of the Earl of Caithness, to
Blake, the Rev. Henry Bunbury, eldest son of Sir
Blundell, Mr. Henry Caslon, of the Commissariat, third son of Thomas Leigh Blundell, M.D., of 39, Lombard-street, to Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Taylor, Esq., of Port Frances, 28th April.
Champ, Charles, Esq., of Camden-road-villas, Camden New-town, to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late C. Woolfrey, Esq., of Lulworth, Dorsetshire, 23rd June.
Champion, Henry, youngest son of the late Chas. Champion, Esq., of Biyth, Notta, to Miss Rogers of Ranley-house, near Retford, Notts, 10th July, Champneys, the Rev. Dr., head-master of the Col. legiate School, Glasgow, to Sarah Leake, eldest daughter of the late Rev. T. H. Walpole, vicar of Winslow, Bucks, 15th July.
Chapman, Wm. Danie, Esq., youngest son of Wm. Chapman. Esq., of Newcastle-on-Tyne, to Janet, fifth surviving daughter of the Rev. H. T. Hare, of Ducking-hall, Norfolk, 8th July. Charles, Robert, eldest son of Robert Charles, E-q., of Endsleigh-terrace, Tavistock-square, to Henrietta Keddey, daughter of Joseph Fletcher, Esq., of Union-dock, Limehouse, 29th June. Colgrave, Francis Edward, son of Wm. Colgrave, Esq., of Bryanston-square, London, and Bracebridge and Mere-hall, Lincolnshire, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Bruce Chichester, Esq., of Lower Seymour-street, Portman-square, and niece of Sir Bruce Chichester, Bart., of Arlington-court, Devon,
Collin, Count du, Baron de Barizien, Viscount de Cury, to the Countess Cofmai, daughter of his Royal Highness the Duke of Brunswick, 10th July.
Comins, Richard, Esq., of Tiverton, to Catherine Mack, youngest daughter of John Shuckburgh How, Esq., of the Lodge, near Tiverton, 24th June. Cooper, Wm., jun., Esq., of Upper Holloway, to Catherine, second daughter of James Simms, Esq., of Haslemere, Surrey, 14th June.
Co ter, Pownoll Pellow, Esq., R.N., to Harriett Emma, second daughter of the late John Haile, Esq., Paymaster and Purser, R.N., of Albanyroad, Camberwell, 20th July.
Davenport, Sam. Skurray, Esq., of Bahia, to Anna Cecilia, eldest daughter of Frederick Grigg, Esq., late of Rio de Janeiro, 30th June.
Deane, Joseph, late Captain Carabineers, son of the late W. Browne, Esq., and the Lady Charlotte, of Browne's-hill, Carlow, to Georgiana Charlotte, only child of the late Lieut. Col. Thursby, of the 53rd Regiment, 23rd June.
Dolan, Henry, Esq., of Isleworth, to Anne Con
stantia, daughter of John Rees, Esq., of Melbury- Batton, George Sydney, Esq.. Albert-villas, St. terrace, Harewood-square, 7th July.
Domville, the Rev. David Edward, M.A., of Semington, Wiltshire, to Mary Jane, daughter of Ewen Stabb, Esq., of the Retreat, South Lam beth, 13th July.
Drake, John, Esq., of Regent's-park, to Eliza,
Driffield, Charles Edward, of Prescot, solicitor, to
Dutton, Wm. Quinton, Esq, of Twickenham, to
Emmott, Christopher Browning, Esq., M.D., of
Fisher, the Rev. Robert Bailey, vicar of Basildon,
Halhead, Francis, of the Middle Temple, Esq.,)
Hammet, James Palmer Francis, eldest son of the late James Esdaile Hammet, Esq., to Jocosa Jane, second daughter of Swynfen Jervis, Esq., of Whitehall-place, and Darlaston-hall, Staffordshire, 1st July.
Hammond, Charles Eaton, Esq., banker, of Newmarket, to Emily Law Wilson, second daughter of the Rev Plumpton Wilson, vicar of Thorpe, Arnold, 1st July.
Hammond, the Rev. Egerton Douglas, second son of Wm. Osmond Hammond, Esq., of St. Alban'scourt, Kent, to Elizabeth Katherine, elder dau. of Robert Whitmore, Esq., of Portland-place, London, 6th July.
Hartley, the Rev. Wm. Samuel, B.A., vicar of Laughton, Yorkshire, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the Rev. Henry Boyce, M.A., of the Abbey-road, St. John's-wood, 1st July. Harwood, James, Esq., to Charlotte, youngest daughter of the late John Trayton Fuller, Esq., of Ashdown-house, in the county of Sussex, 13th July.
John's, Fulham, to Anne, second daugter of
Healey, George, of Watford, to Elizabeth Whitting-
Henderson, Edward, Esq., of the Bombay Military
Hinde, Wm. Esq., of Cleobury Mortimer, Salop,
Hockin, John, Esq., of Dominica, third son of the
Hore, Lieutenant E. G., second son of the late
Huggins, Edward, Esq., of Bellina-villa, Kentish-
Hughes, the Rev. John Young, B. A., to Justina
Inglefield, S. H. S., Lieutenant Royal Artillery,
Illingworth, the Rev. Edward, M, A., of Edgbaston, only son of A. Illingworth, Esq., surgeon, R.N., of Fowey, Cornwall, to Louisa, daughter of the late Dr. Percy, of Bedworth-hall, Warwickshire, and niece of Miss Piercy, of Priory-place, Edibaston, 17th June.
Jackson, Henry, Esq., of St. Helen's-place, London, to Emily, daughter of the late David Cameron, Esq., of Northaw-place, Herts, 15th July. Janson, Henry, Esq., of Clapton-terrace, Caroline, only daughter of the late Thos. Horue Janson, Esq., of Hurstperpoint.
Jones, Alban Thomas, Esq., of Bilboa, to Marie Margarita de Ynchaustegui, of Aibia, Biscay, 23rd June.
Key, John Binny, Esq., of the firm of Binny and Co., Madras, to Annabella Homeria, widow of the late John Harcourt, Esq. surgeon H.M.S. and eldest daughter of Major-General Sir George Pollock, G.C.B. 27th Feb.
Knipe, George Marshall, Esq., 89th regt., second son of G. M. Knipe, Esq., of Belturbet, county of Cavan, to Jessie Maria, daughter of the late Sir Simon Howard, of Carlisle, many years President of the Medical Board at Madras, 20th July.
Kynvett, Frederic, Esq., Captain, Madras Army, to Laura Frances, second daughter of the late Major d'Arley, 28th June.
Lambert, Benjamin, second son of Daniel Lam-
Landon, the Rev. James T. B., M.A., Fellow of
Langton, W. F., Esq., of Bryfield, county of Devon,
Last, Charles Henry, Esq., of Hadleigh, Suffolk, to