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to Janet Phillips, eldest daughter of the late Lieut. Col. Burney, B.N.I., 2nd June. Morgan, Henry C. Esq., Lieut. in the King's Dragoon Guards, to Selina Louisa, third daughter of Sir East Clayton-East, of Hall-place, Berks, Bart.
Nicolson, Sir Fred. W. E., Bart., Captain R.N., to Mary Clementina Marion, only daughter of James Loch, Esq., M.P., 26th May. Nind, Philip Pitt, Esq., son of the late Capt. P. P., Nind, Hon. East India Company's Service, to Charlotte Johnston, third surviving daughter of the late Major John Maugham, R.M., 9th June. Oakeley, Henry, Lieut. R.N., fifth son of the late Rev. Herbert Oakeley, D.D., of Oakeley, Salop, to Emily Letitia, third daughter of the late Col. Trelawney, R.A., and niece of Sir William Salusbury Trelawney, Bart., 1st June. Palmer, William James, only son of James Palmer, Esq. of the Close, Lichfield, to Mary Spencer, daughter of Robert Onebye Walker, Esq. of Bedford-square, 9th June. Park, Chas. Joseph, eldest son of Charles Park, Esq. of Henbury-house, Dorset, to Ellen Mary, second dau. of the Rev. Charles Wicksted Ethelston, of Wicksted-hall, Cheshire, and Uplyme Rectory, Devon, 10th June. Patient Ambrose, eldest son of Ambrose Patient, Esq. of Corton, Wilts, to Henrietta Sophia, youngest daughter of the late William Wyndham, Esq. of Dinton-house, Wilts, 5th June. Rawlinson, Sir Christopher, eldest surviving son of John Rawlinson, Esq. of Wimpole street, to Georgiana Maria, youngest daughter of the late Alexander Radcliffe Sidebottom, Esq. of Sloane street and Lincoln's-inn, 27th June. Rees, William, Esq. of Falcon Villa, Chelmsford, to Emma Jane, daughter of John Carne, Esq, of Tresillion, Truro, 3rd June. Renny, Capt. Thomas, of the Bengal Engineers, eldest son of Alexander Renny Tailyour, Esq. of Borrowfield, co. Forfar, to Miss Isabella E. C. Atkinson, second daughter of the late Adam Atkinson, Esq. of Lorbottle, co. Northumber land, 9th June. Richmond, Daniel, Esq., surgeon, of Paisley, to Henrietta Fullerton_M Kinnon, daughter of Col. A. F. Richmond, C. B., Resident at the Court of Oude, Lucknow, East Indies, 2nd June. Riddell, John Carre, Esq. of Melbourne, Port Philip, one of the magistrates for the colony, third son of the late Thomas Riddell, Esq. of Camiestown, Roxburgh, to Anne, eldest dau. of Sidney Stephen, Esq. Barrister at Law, Melbourne, 22nd Oct. 1816. Robarts, Rev. Alfred, only son of W. Robarts, Esq. of Burnham, Bucks, to Eliza, Glover Moore, youngest dau. of the late Rev. John Penketh Buee, Incumbent of Cawthorne, Yorkshire, 2nd, June.
Esq., late of the India-house, and of Herne-hill,
Skrine, Rev. Wadham Huntley, second son of
Santi, Chevalier Charles to Caroline Davie,
Scott, John, Esq., to Isabella, third daughter of
Springett, Robert, Esq. of Finchcox, Goudhurst,
Thompson, Thomas Kirkby, Esq. of Mecklenburgh-
Uniacke, Rev. Richard John, B.A., of St. Alban's
Walker, Henry, son of Henry Walker, Esq. of
Hampton-wick, to Sarah Ann, daughter of James Payne, Esq., High-street, Marylebone, 27th June. Wells, Capt. Francis Charles, of the 15th Bombay Native Infantry, to Barbara Emilia Susanna, daughter of Robert Thurnburn, Esq. of Alexandria, 11th May.
Wickenden, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Wickenden, Esq. of Frindsbury, Kent, to Maria, youngest daughter of Charles Harries, Esq. of Fenchurch-street and Guildford - street, Russel-sq5th June.
Wilson, G. V., Esq.. of White-house, Killybegs,
Robinson, Charles Edward, Esq., to Mary, daugh-
Thomas, third son of William Willey, Esq. of Peckham, to Sarah, second daughter of the late Thomas Kingsley, Esq. of the Grove, Camberwell, 3rd June.
Wyllie, Stewart Eaton, youngest son of the late
Abdy, Charlotte Georgina, wife of Lieut. Colonel Abdy, late of the East India | Company's service, on their Madras establishment, at Boulogne sur Mer, 2nd June.
Ashby, Harry, Esq. at Plymouth, aged 69, 13th June.
Barstow, James Maltravers, only child of James Barstow, Esq. Barrister at Law, aged 11, 12th June.
Bates, Charles Chester, youngest son of the late John Henry Bates, Esq. of Denton, aged 32, 1st June.
Bayne, William, Esq. J.P. and D.L. for Middlesex, at Newgrove, aged 86, 11th June. Baynes, Captain Thomas, formerly of the 39th and 88th Regiments, at Brussels, 27th May. This veteran served in the Peninsular campaign, and was present at Waterloo, where he acted as Aidede-Camp to General Sir John Lambert, G.C.B. Beatson, Catherine B. C. C., second daughter of the late Major-General Beatson, of Henley house, Frant, and formerly Governor of St. Helena, at Edinburgh, 6th June.
Beckett, the Rt. Hon. Sir John, Bart. aged 73, 31st May. Sir John was the eldest son of Sir John Beckett, Bart. of Somerby Park, co. Lincoln, and grandson, mater. nally, of Dr. Wilson, Bishop of Bristol. He received his education at Trinity College, Cambridge, and there greatly distinguished himself, taking a wrangler's degree in 1795. His first return to Parliament was by the Borough of Cockermouth, in 1820. He subsequently sat for Haslemere, and, finally, represented the populous town of Leeds. In the Duke of Wellington's administration he held the appointments of Judge-Marshal and Advocate-General; and during Sir Robert Peel's short-lived Ministry of 1834 resumed those offices. Politically, he adhered with firmness to Tory principles, and voted against the Reform Bill, the Municipal Corporation Bill, and the Irish Tithe Measure. He had been a Privy Councillor since 1817. Sir John Beckett married in that year Lady Anne Lowther, daughter of William, Earl of Lonsdale, K.G. but has died without issue; the title devolving on his brother, now Sir Thomas Beckett, Bart, the eminent banker of Leeds.
Buckle, Emma, eldest surviving daughte of the late Matthew Buckle, Esq. of Norton house, Chichester, 7th June. Burrard, Philip James, Esq. Student, Clare
Hall, Cambridge, aged 21, 11th June. Bush, Thomas, Esq. of Melbury terrace, aged 65, 11th June. Calmann, Dr. Ludwig, at Hammersmith, aged 41, 6th June. Campbell, Lieutenant-General Sir Colin, K.C. B. Colonel of the 72nd Highlanders, and late Governor of Ceylon, after an illness of only three days, in King street, St. James's, 13th June. This distinguished officer was fifth son of John Campbell, Esq. of Melfort, in Argyllshire, and brother of the late Admiral Sir Patrick Campbell. He was born in 1777, and joined the army in 1799, when he almost immediately entered on the active duties of his profession. His gallantry in the Peninsula soon won for him the notice of his illustrious Commander, and his name and exploits occupy no inglorious space in the official despatches. For a considerable time he held the appointments of Assistant-Adjutant-General and Assistant-Quartermaster-General; and for his eminent services at Talavera, Busaço, Fuentes d'Onor, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nives and Toulouse, he received a Cross and Six Clasps. At the consummating victory of Waterloo, Colonel Campbell commanded the Royal Scots and so conspicuous was his conduct on that memorable occasion, that the officers of the regiment testified their admiration by the presentation of a sword valued at seventy guineas, and the Sovereign conferred, in recompense, the insignia of the Bath. Sir Colin was also invested with the orders of Maria Theresa, St. George, the Tower and Sword, and Maximilian Joseph of Bavaria. Subsequently, after acting for several years as Lieutenant-Governor of Portsmouth, and holding the command
of the South-West District, he was appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia, and finally, in 1840, made Governor of Ceylon, in which island he remained until the recent appointment of Lord Torrington. In 1836 he became Colonel of the 72nd Highlanders, and in 1838 reached the rank of Lieut. General. At the period of his decease, Sir Colin Campbell had just completed his 70th year. He married Miss Harden, dau. of Henry Harden, Esq. but was left a widower in 1838, with three sons and three daughters: the former are Col. Fitzroy Camphell; Lieut. A. Campbell, Aide-de-Camp to Sir Charles Napier in India; and Capt. F. Campbell, R.N. Of the daughters, the eldest, Maria Louisa, married first to Hon. C. F. Norton, and second, to the Hon. Edmund Phipps.
water Treatise," and his "Lectures on the Romans." Altogether his published works form twenty-five (volumes: their circulation has been very large. In 1843 the Doctor resigned his Professorship in the University, and became Principal of the New College. The death of Dr. Chalmers was very sudden. He was found on the morning of the 31st ult. dead in his bed, to which he had retired the previous night in apparent health. As the intellectual leader of the Free Church of Scotland, as an able writer and preacher, and as one of the best of good men, Dr. Chalmers leaves behind him an undying reputation. The spiritual and earthly welfare of all men was the mainspring of his thoughts and actions. His love and care extended to every class, but his heart was chiefly with the poor of his people. He devoted his great and comprehensive powers to their enfranchisement from sin and suffering. Under his influence, virtue and happiness have become the inmates of many, many cottage homes in Scotland. Chandler, William Botsford, Esq barrister at law, eldest son of the Hon. E. B. Chandler, of Dorchester, in the province of New Brunswick, 11th June. Chichester, Sir Arthur, Bart. of Greencastle. Accounts from Ireland announce the decease of this gentleman. He represented a branch of the noble house of Donegal, and resided at Greencastle, in the county of that name. He was only son of the Rev. William Chichester, by Mary Anne, his first wife, daughter of George Harvey, Esq. of Malin Hall, and obtained the patent of Baronetcy in 1821. Clarance, Louisa, widow of the late C. Clarance, Esq. of Lodge hall, co. Essex, at No. 14, Billiter street, the residence of her son, aged 83, 5th June. Colvin, James, Esq. of 71, Old Broad street, and of Little Bealings, co. Suffolk, at his house, 55, Manchester street, Manchester square, aged 80, 25th May. Cooke, Mary Anne, wife of the Rev. Wm.
Cooke, Vicar of Bromyard, 28th May. Cotton, Louisa Decima, youngest daughter
of the late Joseph Cotton, Esq. of Layton,
Creed, Frances Gwynne, wife of Captain
Dagley, Mrs. Mary, at Connaught square,
Campbell, Dougal, Esq. M. D. half-pay
3rd June. Dalton, Charlotte Amelia, wife of Mr. Francis Dalton, surgeon, and third dau.
of the late John Bott, Esq. Secretary to the Privy Purse of his late Majesty William IV. aged 34, 25th June. Debenham, John, Esq. Com. R.N. aged 76, 15th June.
De Brett, Mary Isabella, second surviving
Ellerby, Mrs. Elizabeth, of Whitby, aged
Elton, Lieut. Col. late of the 1st Dragoon
Longueville, Norfolk, at Mattishall hall,
Gyll, Grace, youngest dau. of Wm. Gyll,
Hagerman, the Hon. Christopher Alexander, one of the Judges of her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, Upper Canada, at Toronto, in the aged56, 14th May. Harriott, the Rev. Wm., Vicar of Odiham, Hants, aged 57, 11th June.
Herbert, the Hon. and very Rev. William,
Hewrett, Emily Jane, second dau. of Henry
Hously, Samuel, Esq. of Gloucester terrace,
Eyston, Esq. of East Hendred, Berks, at Overbury, Worcestershire, 7th June. Farrant, Thomas, Esq. of Norsted house, Kent, and Great Hale, Lincolnshire, at his house, 17, Montague-street, Portman square, aged 74, 6th June. Fawkes, Maria Sophia, relict of the late Walter Fawkes, Esq., of Farnley hall, Yorkshire, at Malvern, 4th June. Fitzgerald, Sir William, Bart. of Carrygoran, co. Clare, at Dublin, 30th May. He was son of Edward Fitzgerald, Esq. of Carrygoran, M.P. for the county of Clare, to whom Col. Augustine Fitzgerald, of Silver Grove, left a considerable portion of his large property; and succeeded to the Baronetcy in 1834, at the decease of his brother, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Augustine] Fitzgerald. Sir Wm. married, in 1805, Emilia Cumming, youngest daughter of Hodges, George, Esq. late of Felton, Salop, William Veale, Esq. of Trevayler, in aged 84, 3rd June. Cornwall, and niece of Sir Alexander Penrose Cumming Gordon, Bart. by whom he has left issue, three sons-the eldest Sir Edward Fitzgerald, the present Bart.; and one daughter Emilia Mary, wife of the Hon. James Butler, 5th son of Lord| Donboyne. Flockton, Thomasine Mary, only child of the late Thomas Flockton, Esq. of Twickenham, 13th June. Fraser, Lieut.-Col. K.H. formerly of the 83rd Regiment of Infantry, and for 23 years Fort-Major of Jersey, at Hounslow, where he had gone for the benefit of his health, 12th June. Frome, Harriet, widow of Wm. Castle Frome, late Lieut.-Col. 22nd Regiment, 29th May. Galloway, Margaret Bridger Goodrich, wife of the Rev. James Galloway, at the Rectory, Spaxton, Somersetshire, in the 43rd year of her age, 8th June. Girling, William, gentleman, of Yaxham, youngest son of the late William Girling, Esq. of Twyford lodge and East Dereham, and Catherine, his first wife, dau. of Christopher Andrews, Esq. of Weston
Hurst, Thomas, Esq. formerly of the firm
of Longman and Co., aged 73, 2nd June. Hutton, Richard, Esq. Barrister at Law,
at Newcastle on Tyne, 11th June. Innes, John William, Esq. of the Admiralty, aged 68, 23rd May.
Irton, Lieut.-Col. Richard, of the Rifle
Jutting, Margaret, wife of John Henry
Kent, Frances, wife of the Rev. Anthony
Esq. at Frankfort, aged 4 years, 6th June. Lawson, John, Esq. of Shooter's hill and Bexley heath, Kent, second son of the late John Lawson, Esq. of Bowness hill, in the co. of Cumberland, 5th June. Little, John, Esq. at Walthamstow, aged 87,
Maclean, Allan, eldest son of the late
Lieut.-Gen. Sir Joseph Maclean, K.C.H., 10th June.
M Pherson, Elizabeth, second daughter of the late William North, Esq. of Chelsea, and widow of the late Alexander M'Pherson, Esq., at her house, in Cadoganplace, 15th June.
Magendie, Stuart, eldest son of the Rev. Stuart Magendie, Vicar of Longden, 4th|
Marriott, Sarah, wife of T. Marriott, Esq.
at Papillon hall, co. Leicester, 13th June. Martin, Selina, wife of the Rev. Samuel Martin, Rectory, Warsop, Notts, 2nd| June.
Martin Thomas Byan, the eldest son of Capt. William Fanshawe Martin, Royal Navy, at Anglesey, near Gosport, 6th June.
Milner, Col., late of the 18th Dragoons, and brother of Sir William Mordaunt] Milner, of Nun-Appleton, in the co. of York, at Mickleham, on the 31st May. Murphy. Mary Ann, widow of the late Col.
John Murphy, of Malaga, a Knight, of Alcantara, &c., at Montagu-place, Russell square, aged 58, 24th May. Odell, John, Esq. at Carreglea, co. Waterford, 26th May. Pearson, Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas, K.C.H., at Bath. This gallant officer, son of the Rev. Thomas Horner Pearson, entered the army in 1796, and served, against Flushing, in the Helder Expedition, in Egypt, North America, the West Indies, and Portugal, and throughout the last American War. He received several severe wounds, and was one of the general officers who enjoyed rewards for distinguished services. He wore a medal and one clasp for his conduct as Major of the 23rd Foot at Albuera, and as second in command at Chrystler's Farm. He was born in 1782; and married, in 1810, a daughter of General Coffin. At the period of his decease, he held the Colo-) nelcy of the 85th regiment. Paine, Wm. Pinke, Esq. at Farnham, aged 64, 4th June. Papworth, John Buonarotti. The death of this gentleman, late Vice-president of the Royal Institute of British Architects, occurred recently, at his residence, Park | End, St. Neot's; whither he had retired from London, after more than fifty years of professional practice. Early in life, his excellent judgment and kind heart acquired for him the intimacy of the leading artists; and, also, the confidence of many wealthy amateurs as to the direction of their patronage, and as to the decoration of their mansions. In his practice, he originated and accomplished the adoption of the tasteful style of modern furniture; which led to his selection by Government for the trust of carry
ing out the formation of the SomersetHouse School of Design. His work on Garden and Rural Architecture, were the result of his experience in Landscape Gardening, which he joined as a profes sion with his other art. Amongst the clients to whom he owed an extremely varied practice, he numbered several of the late branches of the Royal Family, especially the Princess Charlotte: and also the present King of Wurtemberg, from whom he, having designed the English Park and Palace at Kaunstadt, received the appointment of Architect to his Maiesty. Mr. Papworth was highly respected, not only by his private friends and by his clients, but also by those severer judges, the members of his own profession.
Perry, John, Esq. Bencher of Gray's Inn, 12th June.
Phillips, Thomas Bentley, Esq. at Beverley, aged 40, 10th June.
Plaskett, Sir Richard, K.M.G., of Hampton House, Torquay, aged 66, 12th June. Sir Richard Plasket was the third son of Mr Thomas Plasket, of Clifford-street, London; he was born in 1782, and early in life filled an appointment in the Colonial Department. He was subsequently employed as private and public Secretary to the Governments at Ceylon, Malta, and the Cape of Good Hope. The important duties of these official places he discharged for a period of twenty-six years with so much satisfaction to the Home Administration, that, in consideration of his eminent sevices, he was nominated a Knight of the Order of St. Michael and St George, on its institution in 1818. He married in 1836. Preston, Lady Baird, of Valleyfield and Frentown, widow of General the Right Hon. Sir David Baird, Bart. G.C.B., K.C. In the absence of issue by her marriage the estate of Valleyfield and Frentown descend to her sister, Miss Preston, at Valleyfield, Perthshire, 28th May.
Rankin. the Rev. Francis John Harrison, B.A., Her Majesty's Colonial and Garrison Chaplain, at the Gambia, West Coast of Africa, aged 41, 28th March. Reed, Catherine, the wife of Assistant Com
missary-General Reed, at Corfu, Ionian Isles, aged 45.
Richards, John, Esq. of Wassell Grove, Worcestershire, and of Calvert's-buildings, Southwark, formerly High-Sheriff for the county of Worcester, and member in two successive parliaments for the borough of Knaresborough, aged 67. Robertdean,Lieutenant Colonel James Wra late of the Bengal Cavalry, last surviving son of the late John Peter Robertdean, Esq. of Chelsea, aged 58, 15th June