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COX. –On tho 27th last, at Bon Accord, Donald street,
College lawn, the wife of H. T. Cox of a daughter.
WEIR. –On the 26th last, at the Manse, Euroa, the
wife of the Rev. James Weir of a daughter.
ARMSTRONG—MITCHELL. –On the 22nd inst., at Bris-
bane, by the Rev. Mr. Hogg, Charles Nesbitt Frederick Armstrong, youngest son of the late Sir Andrew Armstrong, Bart, of Gallen Priory, King's County, Ireland, to Nellie, eldest daughter of David Mitchell, Esq., of Doonside, Richmond. Home papers please copy.
BURROWS—BALLINGALL. —On the 19th inst., a the re-
sidence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. James Taylor, Henry Gilchrist Burrows, of Richmond, to Martha, youngest daughter of Mr. William Ballingall, of Sherwood-street, Richmond.
EFFEY__WILOFSKY -On Um 2l8tScptcra!jor, at Ohrlst
church, N Z , Chi-lca HfTtt, U[ holatcrer, of Lowor HU, h street to Amoila Wilifaky, of Louburfj, rjJand Melbourne piperB | lease copy
PATON--NICHOLSON - On the 12th last, at the resi-
dence of the bride's parents, 31 Bridport street, Albert park, by the Rev Joseph King, James, youngest son of William Paton, seedsmam, Swan- aton Street, to Jane Wilhelmina Tulloch, youngest daughter of Captain John Nicholson, s.s. Nelson
TURNER--JOBSON.-On the 20th inst, at Leor, by Rev.
Mr. Wade, James Turner, of Leor, farmer, to Mary, eldest daughter of C. Jobson, late of Clunes, but now of Greenmount, Mackay, Queensland.
HARRIS -On tho 29th ult, at Wellington, \7 7 , after
a loi ii aid pah ful illnreti L Harm, brother to Mrs Ii Hot minnon rf Dal^ctj =trect, St KIUi li mc japers picoso cop}
NOTT-On »ho 20th ln-jt , at Church atrcct, North
Mcbmonil Pcr<\ Hamlin, lctovcl H m of Gc ir»,'ü Heir) and Isabella Won, ofccd 5 scaid and 7
SAMUEL -On tho 22nd October, at Luerpool rutland.
Amelia, rtliet if tUli*o Woilf Simm I, (f thn rlt>( ai I pliKr ol Alfred and George Alcxinder, of Rich
The friends of the late Mr. PETER KENNEDY, late of Brunswick, are invited to follow his remains to the place of Interment, in the Melbourne Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from the residence of his daughter, Mrs Doig, Liverpool Cottages, Glad- stone Place, Emerald hill, on Saturday, 30th Inst, at quarter to 3 o clock.
ALF. AUG Sleight, undertaker, 83 Collins Street East, and
High Street St. Kilda