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Page 40 - Bell's Life in London." HYDRODYNAMICS. By SIR DAVID BREWSTER, KH, LL.D. HYPATIA, and IAMBLICHUS. By the Rev. CHARLES KINGSLEY, Author of " Westward Ho,
Page 350 - Rector of Hitcham, and Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge. By the REV. LEONARD JENYNS, MA, FLS, FGS, FCPS Post 8vo, with a Photographic Portrait, 7*.
Page 359 - At St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, the Hon. John R. Bailey, late Commissioner of Trade and Customs, and Postmaster-Gen, of the colony, to Jane, dau.
Page 221 - Down, the lady of the Hon. Rawson W. Rawson, esq., CB, Colonial Secretary of the Cape of Good Hope, twin daus.
Page 104 - Blackheath, aged 57, Arthur Bloxham Corner, esq., Her Majesty's Coroner and Attorney in the Court of Queen's Bench, to which office he was appointed in 1659, by the Lord Chief Justice, Sir A.
Page 420 - RE, to Caroline Frances, dau. of Thomas Wood, esq., Neasham-house, Darlington. At St. Mary's, Cheltenham, Thomas Roxburgh Polwhele, esq., MA, only son of Major-Gen. Thomas Polwhele, and nephew of Lieut.-Col. Richard Graves Polwhele, of Polwhele, Cornwall, to Fanny, only child of the late Thomas Carne, esq., and granddau.
Page 65 - Cecilia, only daughter of Mac Leod of Mac Leod, and the Hon Mrs Mac Leod, of Dunvegan castle, Isle of Skye HEBDITCH — DANIEU On 25th Dec.
Page 170 - Hambrough, esq., FLS, FGS, of Steephill Castle, Isle of Wight. Feb. 21. Killed in an engagement with the natives, on the banks of the river Gambia, Western Africa, aged 20, James Hamilton, Mate of HMS Arrogant, younger son of the late Rev. James Hamilton, Rector of Beddington. Oct. 16. At his residence, Grevillehouse, Cheltenham, Lieut. -Col. Edward Ford Hamilton, late of the Bombay Army. Oct. 4. At...
Page 227 - At Brighton, aged 68, Commissary-General Bishop. April 8. In Ainslie-place, Edinburgh, aged 48, Major William Blackwood, late of the 95th Bengal Native Infantry. March 31. In Percy-place, Bath, aged 72, Richard...
Page 407 - Merionethshire. — At the Cathedral, Ripon, the Rev. James Metcalfe, Incumbent of Knypersley, Staffordshire, to Anne Emily Goode, dau. of the Very Rev. the Dean of Ripon. — At the Church of St. Pierre, and afterwards at the British Embassy, Paris, Eugene de Cantillon de Ballyhigne, of VOL.

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