BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
ARDERN-August 7th, at 1, Marlborough-terrace, Darlinghurst,
Mrs. R. C. Ardern, of a daughter.
ALAND-July 14th, at Ipswich, Moreton Bay, Mrs. Robert
Aland, of a daughter.
ATTWOOD-July 5th the wife of William Manton Attwood, of
BAILEY-July 25th, at her residence, Ryde, Mrs. George Bailey,
of a son.
BAYLISS-July 28th, at her residence, George-street South, the
wife of Mr. Joseph Bayliss, of a daughter,
BINDON-July 7th, at Gladstone, Port Curtis, the wife of Mr. M.
Bindon, of a daughter.
BOURCICAULT-July 14th, at her resldenee, Elizabeth-street,
Hyde Park, the wife of A. L. Bourcicault, Esq., of a daughter.
BROOKS-July 28th, at Broomby-terrace, Darlinghurst, Mrs.
James Norton Brooks, of a son.
BROWN-July 26th, at Colstown, Gresford, the wife of John
Dowling Brown, Esq., of a daughter.
BROOKS-July 18th, at Sard Cottage, Penrith, the wife of
Richard Brooks, Esq., of a daughter.
BRENAN-July 17th, at Garryowen House, the wife of John
O'Neill Brenan, Esq., of a daughter.
BROADRIBB-July 22nd, at Moorabbin House, Brighton, near
Melbourne, Mrs. W. A. Broadribb, of a son.
CARNE-July 16th, at Ashfield, the wife of J. W. Carne, Esq.,
of a son.
CAMPBELL-July 28th, at Beverley, Burrowa, Mrs. William D.
Campbell, of a son.
CONWAY-August 2nd, at residence, 222, Castlereagh-street,
her Mrs. A. Conway, of a daughter.
CHARLTON-July 9th, at her residence, Market-street, Mrs. M.
Carlton[?], of a daughter.
CHEANIE-June 11th, at her residence, South Creek, Mrs. J.
W, Cheanie, of a son,
CROPPER-July 12th, at Sion House, Cumberland-street, Mrs.
Charles Cropper, of a son.
CROSS-July 13th, at Windsor, the wife of Mr. William Cross, of
DAVIS-July 14th, at Campbell Field, Mrs. John Davis, of a son. DEEPER-July 10th, at her residence, 302, George-street, Mrs.
Elias Deeper, of a son.
DEVEREUX-July 20th, at Rossi-street, Yass, Mrs. John Walter
Devereux, of a son.
DONALDSON-July 26th, at 105, Duke-street, Woolloomooloo,
Mrs. James Donaldson, of a son, stillborn.
DRANSFIELD-July 17th, at Exeter Farm, near Braidwood,
Mrs. C. E. Dransfield, of a son.
DWYER-July 13th, at her residence, Parramatta-street, Mrs.
Martin Dwyer, of a daughter.
EDWARDS-July 14th, at her residence, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Mrs. R. Edwards, of a daughter.
ELLIOTT-July 29th, at her residence, George-street North,
the wife of Mr. Richard Elliott, of a daughter.
ELLIOTT-July 24th, at the residence of Mrs. Cadman, Abbots-
ford Cottage, Waverley, the wife of Henry Elliott, of the barque Melanie, of a daughter.
ELLIOTT-July 7th, at Coval, Clarence River, Mrs. James
Robert Elliott, of a son.
FLOOD-June, 8th at Lake Paika, Lower Murrumbidgee, Mrs
Edward Flood, jun., of a daughter.
FOTHERINGHAM-June 23rd, at her residence, 302, Victoria
street, Darlinghurst, Mrs. J. D. Fotheringham, of a son.
FREANEY-July 9th, at her residence, South Head Road, Mrs.
Michael Freaney, of a son.
FULLER-August 8th, at her residence, Botany Road, Redfern,
Mrs. J. Fuller, of a son.
GILCHRIST-May 16th, at 48, Porchester-terrace, Bayswater,
London, the wife of John Gilchrist, Esq., of a son.
GOLDSMITH-July 12th, at her residence, 93, Union-street,
Pyrmont, Mrs. Charles Goldsmith, of a daughter.
GREENWAY-July 10th, at Newcastle, the wife of Henry John
Greenway, Esq., of a daughter.
GREVILLE- July 22nd, at North Shore, Mrs. Alexander Greville,
of a daughter.
GRIBBEN- July 15th, at her reaidence, No. 23, Union-street, Mrs.
John Gribben, of a daughter.
HASSALL—July 19th, at Macquarie Grove, Mrs. J. M. Hassall, of
HAY—July 21st, at Port View House, Paddington, the wife of
John Hay, Esq., of a daughter.
HAMPSON—July 24th, the wife of Mr. K. Hampson, York
street, of a daughter.
HILL—July 17th, at the Victoria Barracks, the wife of Colour- Sergeant J. Hill, 12th Regiment, of a daughter.
HAOKE —July 24th, at Croom's Park, near Dungog, Mrs. Alfred
Haoke, of a daughter. HOLMES—July 15th, at her residence, 184, Sussex-street, Sydney,
Mrs. W. H. Holmes, of a son.
JENKINS—August 1st, at Holyrood House, Chippendale, Mrs. W. J. Jenkins, of a daughter. JOHNS0N—July 21st, at her residence, Eltham Lodge, Darling- hurst, Mrs. Richard Johnson, of a daughter.
JONES—July 24th, at Parramatta, the wife of Henry T. Jones, of a
KIRK—July 18th, at Woodford, Victoria, Mrs. Richard Kirk of
KING-July 24th, at hee residence, Kingston, Newtown, Mrs.
W. A. KING, of a son.
KING-Augurt 7th, at Sydney, Mrs. E. H. King, of a son.
KING-August, 8th at Camplehay, the wife of the R. L. King, of a son.
LLEWELLEN-July 24th, the wife of Mr. W. S. Llewellyn,
Victoria Inn, Paddington, of a daughter.
LOW-July 15th, at 122, Liverpool-street, Sydney, the wife of
Mr. H. Low, of a daughter.
LEWES-July 27th, at Morra Station, Edward River, the lady of Henry Sayer Lewes, Esq., of a son and heir.
LEARMONTH-August 2nd, at Yasmar, Parramatta Road, the wife of Alexander Learmonth, Esq., J.P., of a daughter.
MILLAR-July 30th, at her residence, Cassills, Mrs. William
Millar, of a son.
MITCHELL-August 3rd, at the Grange, Waverley, the wife of the Rev. Stanley Mitchell, of a son.
M'ROBERTS-July 30th, at her residence, 565, George-street,
South Mrs. R. M'Roberts,of a son.
MARLAY-July 15th, at Brindley Park, Gammon Plains, the lady
of Edward Marlay, Esq., J.P., of a son.
MACKELLAR-July 22nd, at Exeter Farm, Braidwood, the
wife of John Mackellar, Esq., of a son.
MARTYN-July 30th, at her residence, Victoria-terrace, Miller's
Point, Mrs. Henry Martyn, of a son.
MOSES-July 17th, at 3, Bridge-street, Mrs. E. Moses, of a daughter. M'DONNELL-August 8th at 123, Crown-street, Woolloomooloo,
the wife of Mr. A. M'Donnell, Dispenser to H. M. Gaol, Darling- hurst, of a daughter, which survived but a few hours.
MORRIS-July 18th, at her residence, Lower Fort-street, the
wife of J. H. Morris, jun., of a daughter.
MULLINS-July 9th, at Palmer-street, Woolloomooloo, Mrs.
Daniel Mullins, of a daughter.
MURRAY-June 28th, at Athelstanehaugh, Rockhampton, the
wife of Lieutenant John Murray, Native Police Corps, of a son. NEWTON-July 6th, at sea, on board the Norfolk, the wife of
Christopher Newton, Esq., of a son.
NORRIE-July 17th, at her residence, Pitt-street, Mrs. J. S.
Norrie, of a son. OAKES-July 17th, at her residence, Balmain, Mrs. Rowland
Oakes, of a son.
PALMER-July 12th, at Jerrabomberra, the wife of P. C. Palmer,
Esq, of a daughter. PAYNE-July 14th, at Bong Bong, Mrs. Charles S. Payne, of a son.
PINNOCK-July 17th, at Keepit, Liverpool Plains, the wife of
Philip Pinnock, Esq., of a son.
PITT-July 25th at her residcnce, East Maitland, Mrs. C. S. Pitt,
of a daughter.
PLUMMER-At No. 27, Denham-street, Mrs. J. G. Plummer, of
PRESCOTT-August 4th, at her residence, Hunter River Inn,
Sussex-street, Sydney, Mrs. James Prescot[?]of a son.
PRIESTLY-July 15th, at he residence, 267, Sussex-street, Mrs
Henry Priestly, of a daughter.
RENWICK-July 18th, at her residence, Kingston, Newtown, the
wife of Mr. Edward Renwick, of a son.
RING—July 24th, at her residence, Kingston, Newtown, Mrs.
W. A. Ring, of a son.
RICHARDSON-July 5th, at the Commercial Stores, Wagga
Wagga, Mrs. George Richardson, of a son.
ROBSON-August 1st, at her residence, Regent House, Pitt
street, Mrs. William Robson, of a daughter.
ROBERTON-July 16th, at Balmain, Mrs. John Roberson, of a son. ROBINSON-August 11th at South Sydney, Mrs. R. F. Robin-
son, of a son. ROBBERDS- August 10th, at her residence, Hallendon Cottage,
Cook's River Road, Mrs. J. E. Robberds, of a daughter. ROTHWELL-July 28th, at her residenoe, Glebe Point, Mrs.
James Rothwell, of a son.
SHAW-July 14th, at her residence, Harris-street, Pyrmont, the
wife of Charles H. Shaw, of a son.
SHEPHERD-July 24th, at South Pitt-street, Mrs. J. Shepherd,
jun., of a daughter.
SINGLE-At Castlereagh, Mrs. Joseph D. Single, of a daughter. SMALL-July 29th, at her residence, Swan Creek, Grafton, the
wife of W. Small, Esq., of a daughter.
SOUTH-August 10th, at her residence, No. 100, Riley-street,
Woolloomooloo, the wife of Mr. William South, of a daughter. SHORT-July 24th, Mrs. Short, of Paddington, of a son.
SMITH-July 22nd, at the Parsonage, Campbelltown, the wife of
the Rev. E. Smith, of a daughter.
STUYCK- July 31st, at her residence, Brougham-street, Darling-
hurst, the wife of Mr. Francis Stuyck, of a son. TERRY-July 24th, Mrs. F. C. Terry, of a son.
TURNER-August 2nd, at her residence, Maitland, the wife of
Charles Wesley Turner, of a daughter.
UNDERWOOD-April 15th, at Anatam, Mrs. William Under-
wood, of a son.
WHITE-July 28th, at North Grafton, Clarence River, Mrs. W.
S. White, of a son.
WILLIAMS-August 10th, at her residence, Pyrmont, Mrs. W. Williams, of a son.
WILSON-July 12th, Mrs. John Wilson, Wilshire-place, of a son. WISE-July 30th, at Enmore Lodge, Newtown, the wife of
Edward Wise, Esq., barrister-at-law, of a daughter.
WOOLLER-August 2nd, at her residence, Ellzabeth-street,
Mrs. John Wooller, of a son.
WYNDHAM-July 13th, at Dalwood, Mrs. John Wyndham, of a
ALEXANDER-ALEXANDER-July 11th, at Hunter's Hill,
Parramatta River, by the Rev. A. H. Stephen, of St. Paul's, Redfern, Eliza Margaret Hackworth, eldest daughter of F. A. Alexander, Esq., of St. Helena, to Charles Somerville Alexander, of Redfern, Sydney.
BARKER-HOLROYD-July 28th, at York-street. Wesleyan
Church, by the Rev. W. Hessel, J. S. Barker, Esq., Miller's Point, and Steam- mills, Sydney, to Ellen, youngest daughter of the late Mr. J. Holroyd, of Leeds, Yorkshire, England.
BEAN-HALL-July 1st, at the Scots' Church, by the Rev.
Dr. Lang, M.P., Mr. James Bean, of Sydney, a native of London, to Mary Hall, of Elizabeth-street, Sydney, a native of Carlisle,
BULLEY-CREWS-July 12th, at Prahran, Melbourne, by the
Rev. Benjamin Lemmon, Mr. William Bulley, late of Sydney, New South Wales, to Sarah, only daughter of J. B. Crews, Esq.,
BIGGS-MORRIS-Augnst 9th, by the Rev. J. Croxton, St.
John's Church, Woolloomooloo, Mr. Thomas Biggs, of Malvern, England, to Miss Maria Morris, youngest daughter of Mr.
James Morris, of London.
CAMPBELL-FITZGERALD-July 13th, at Christ Church, by
the Rev. Canon Walsh, John Lorn Campbell, Esq., eldest son of the late Moore Neil Campbell, Esq., of Bungulgumbie, Macquarie River, to Caroline Stevenson, third daughter of Robert A. Fitzgerald, Esq., Macquarie-street, Sydney.
CORDIAL- CARLING-July 9th, at Newcastle, New South
Wales, by the Rev. John Firth, Congregational minister, John Cordial, formerly of London, to Mary Margaret Carling, daughter of James Hamilton Carling, Bristol, England.
CLAPIN-HARNETT-July 20th at St. Mary's Cathedral, by
the Rev. Dean O'Connell, and afterwards at St. Peter's Church, Cook's River, by the Rev. E. J. Nixon, B.A., Adolphus Phillp Clapin, Esq., to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Law- rence Harnett, Esq., J.P., of Rosebrook, Maneroo.
CURRY-CARY-May 4th, at St. James' Church, Spanish-place,
London, by the Right Rev. Dr. Morris, James, fifth son of Mr. John Curry, Wollongong, to Emma Mary, youngest daughter of Major Bernard Cary, of H.M.'s Indian Army.
DAVISON - GILLING - July 25th, ather father's residence, Gil-
more Creek, Tumut, by the Rev. Patrick Fitzgerald, Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Gilling, to Mr. William Davison,
of the Adelong Quartz Reef.
DHANIS-MAHER-July 16th, at St. Mary's, by the Rev.
Patrick Kenyon, Mr. J. Dhanis, Consul of Hanover, Sydney, to B. Maher, third daughter of Mr. James Maher, of Ireland.
DIXON-MUSGRAVE-August 10th, by license, at St. Thomas's
Church, North Shore, by the Rev. W. B. Clarke, B.A., Mr. Charles Dixon, compositor, Upper Fort-street, and late of Ken- dal, Westmoreland, England, to Agnes, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas Musgrave, machine maker, of the same place.
DOWNEY-HOWARTH-By special license, by the Rev. D.
M'Gwinn, Sofala, Mr. William John Hubert Downey, brother of the late P. J. Downey, architect, of Sydney, to Miss Harriet Howarth, third daughter of John Howarth, Esq., Heywood, Lancashire, England.
DUMARESQ-VICK-August 1st, by special license, at the
Baptist Chapel, Bathurst-street, by the Rev. J. Voller, John Dumaresq, to Emma Mary Uick[?], both of Sydney.
ELLIS-SMART-July 23rd, at the Presbyterian Church, Wool-
loomooloo, by the Rev. John M'Gibbon, Henry W. Ellis, Esq., of Sydney, to Ellen, only daughter of Mr. John Smart, of Woolloomooloo, formerly of Shrewsbury, England.
FISHER-PHILLIP-July 21st, at the residence of the bride
Cleveland-street, Redfern, by special license, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, M.P., Mr. Andrew Fisher, a native of Lanark, Scotland, to Mrs. Margaret Phillip, relict of the late Mr. William Phillip,
a native of Perth, Scotland.
COMES-WILLIAMSON-July 15th, at 90 Palmer-street, by the
Rev. Hugh Darling, United Presbyterian Minister, Phillip street, Mr. Joseph Charles Gomes, late of Madras, to Jane Janet, second daughter of Mr. Joseph Williamson, of Sydney, and granddaughter of the late James Williamson, Esq., Edinburgh,
HOWE-WEBER-August 6th, at Newtown, by the Rev. John
Dougal, Robert Brook Howe, to Emily, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas Weber, of Stepney, London.
KILPATRICK-GOUGH-July 21st, at St. Andrew's Scots
Church, Sydney, by the Rev. John Dougall, Mr. Daniel Kil- patrick, of George-street, to Abigail Albina, fifth daughter of the late Samuel Bond Gough, of South Head Road.
LOEWENTHAL-LYONS-August 10th, at the Synagogue,
York-street, by the Rev. M. R. Cohen, Mr. L. S. Loewenthal, son of Mr. S. L. Loewenthal, Schneidemuhl, Prussia, to Miss Matilda, second daughter of Mr. A. Lyons, 21, Liverpool street, late of Glasgow, Scotland.
MACARTHUR-ALLEN-August 10th, at St. John's, Darling-
hurst, by the Rev. Canon Walsh, assisted by the Rev. W. R. Croxton, Arthur Hannibal Macarthur, Esq., of Marouan, New England, to Emmeline Helen, youngest daughter of the late Andrew Allan, Esq., of Moore Bank, Liverpool, N. S. W.
M'DONALD-MACFIE-August 6th, by special license, at Pitt
Town Manse, Georgo Frederick, son of John M'Donald, Esq., Pitt Town, to Susannah Smith, daughter of the Rev. George
MEYNINK-FITZSIMONS-July 16th, at St. Stephen's Church,
Louisa Creek, by the Rev. James Gunther, assisted by the Rev. William Coombes, Gerrit Johannis Meynink, Esq., from Am- sterdam, Holland, and the Netherlands, to Sarah, only daugh- ter of Richard Higginson Fitzsimons, Esq., Gold Commis- sioner, Louisa Creek.
MURRAY-STEPHENS-June 28th, at Cooma, by special license,
by the Rev. Thomas Druitt, Robert Murray, to Mary Ann, only daughter or Mr. John Stephens, or Cleveland-street, Surry
McLEAN-CAMPBELL-August 5th, at Glen Alice, by the Rev.
Colin Stewart, Alexander M'Lean, od Merri, district of Bligh, second son or John M'Lean, Esq., Capertie, to Mary Ann Ross, eldest daughter of Mr. John Campbell, Sydney.
M'GUFFIE-QUINN-August 8th, at 111, Union-street, Pyrmont,
by the Rev. J. L. M'Skimming, Samuel, third son of Mr. Thomas M'Guffie, of Aberdeen, Scotland, to Catherine, second daughter of John Quinn, of Doonass, County Clare, Ireland.
PURVES-HYNDES-July 28th, at Cheshunt House, Cumber-
land-place, by the Rev. James Nimmo, the Rev. William Purves, minister of the Church of Scotland, Maitland to Lucy, the widow of the late T. Hyndes, Esq.
RANKEN-MITCHELL-July 27th, at Saltram, by the Rev. J.
B. Laughton, William Boswell Ranken, Esq., to Constance Grace, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Hugh Mitchell, Royal Marines Light Infantry, and niece of Sir Charles Bullen, Admiral of the Red, K.C.H and G.C.B.
RICHARDSON-SWINSON-July 26th, at Newtown, by the
Rev. Mr. Kent, James Richardson, of Newtown, to Anne, the second daughter of Edward Swinson, of Bathurst-street West.
REEVES-BUSCOMBE-July 28th, at the Scots' Church, Sydney,
by the Rev. Dr. Lang, M.L.A., Mr. John Reeves, of Hunter's Hill, to Ruth, only daugher of Mr. William Buscombe, formerly of Swanreach, Hunter River, and now of Brisbane Water.
ROBERTS-YARD-July 31st, by license, at the Church of St.
John, Darlinghurst, by the Rev. W. R. Croxton, Mr. Joseph Roberts, to Emma Yard, both of Sydney.
ROBERTS-YARD-July 31st, by license, at the Church or St.
John, Darlinghurst, by the Rev. W. R. Croxton, Mr. Joseph Roberts, to Miss Emma Yard, both of Sydney.
REDGATE-RICE-August 8th, by special license, by the Rev.
S. Ironside, Richard, eldest son of Mr. John Redgate, Francis street, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Rice, Yurong-street, Woolloomooloo, late of Somersetshire, England. SCROGGIE-WOODHOUSE-July 9th, at St, Thomas' Church,
Willoughby, by the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A., James Soroggie, Esq., eldest son of James Soroggie, Esq., Aberdeen, Scotland, to Caroline Margaret, second daughter of Thomas Woodhouse, Esq., of Windsor Cottage, North Shore.
STEPHEN-DOUGLAS-July 16th, at St. James' Church, by
the Rev. Canon Allwood, Francis Henry, elder son or the late Francis Stephen, Esq., or Sydney, to Ada Victoria, youngest daughter of Richard Douglas, Esq., of Sydney.
STEPHENS-DANIELL-July 8th, at St. Mark's Church,
Alexandria, by the Rev. G. Walter Richardson, William John Stephens, M.A., Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, and Head Master of the Sydney Grammar School, to Anna Louisa, daughter of the late William Daniell, Esq., M.D., Dublin.
STRICKLAND-DUMARESQ-April 28th, at Sigglesthorne, by
the Venerable Archdeacon Bentinck, Henry Strickland, Esq., second son of Sir George Strickland, Bart., of Boynton Hall, to Cornelia Charlotte Anne, youngest daughter of the late Colonel Henry Dumaresq.
SUMMERBELL-SAVAGE-July 12th, at St. Mary's Cathedral,
by special license, by the Rav. J. Newman, William, youngest son of the late Mr. Andrew Summerbell, to Honoria Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Edward Savage, both or Sydney.
THOMSON-SINDEN-August 10th, by spocial license, at St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. George King, A. Thomson, of
Scotland, to Mary Sinden, of London, now residents of this city. THOMAS-SCRIMES-August 6th, at St. Peter's church, by
the Rev. H. P. Handfield, George Thomas, draper, Creswick, eldest son of T. J. Thomas, Esq., St. Arvan's Lodge, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, England, to Maria Louisa Scrimes, second daughter of Frederic William Scrimes, Esq., late of Rochester,
TWIGG-MILLET-August 6th, at St. James' Church, Sydney,
by the Rev. Robert Allwood, Mr. Joseph William R. Twigg, to Agnes, third daughter of Mr. Charles William Millet, of Madras. WATSON-SHEARMAN-August 10th, at Campbelltown, by tho Rev. William M'Kee, Mr. Robert Watson, of Cumberland street, Sydney, to Jane, eighth daughter of the late William Shearman, Esq., of Waterford, Ireland.
YOUNG-KEMP-July 21st, at St. Thomas', Port Macquarie,
by the Rev. F. R. Kemp, assisted by the Rev. T. O'Reilly, James Henry Young, Esq., of Hursley, Hastings River, to Ellen, second daughter of the late Major Kemp, 80th Regiment, of Boonangii, Macleay River.
YOUNG - WEEKES - July 12th, at St. John's Church, Darling-
hurst, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Sydney, the Rev. Richard W. Young, of Wagga Wagga, to Margaret, eldest daughter of E. C. Weekes, Esq., M.P., Colonial Treasurer.
ATTWOOD-July 27th, Laura, the belovod wife of William
Manton Attwood, aged 39 years.
ALLEN-August 6th, at Elizabeth-street North, Henry Allen, of
Balmain, aged 31 years.
BOSSLEY-August 7th, at the residenoo of her daughter, Mrs.
Burdekin, Macquarie-street, Mrs. Bossley, senior, aged 85
BLAKE-July 20th, at Yass, Mrs. Anne Blake, mother of Dr.
Blake, aged 59 years.
BROWN-Julv 29th at the residence of his parents, Prince
street, of influenza, George Washington, infant son of J. S. and Jane T. Brown, aged eight weeks and three days.
BUCHAN-July 30th, at his residence, Balmain, Mr. Alexander
Buchan, aged 31.
BYRNE-July 20th, at his residence, No. 59, Parramatta-street,
Mr. Peter Byrne, a native of the Yale of Avoca, county Wick- low, Ireland, aged 31 years.
CARANDINI—July 30th, at Hobarton, Frederica Carandini, aged
3 years, youngest daughter of Gerome and Maria Carandini.
CHADWICK-April 25th, at his residence, Rose Villa, Gosport,
Captain James Chadwick, adjutant of the Hants Miltia Artillery, and eldest brother of Mrs. George Kelsey, Riley-street, Surry
CHALDER-April, 20th, at Reeth, Yorkshire, George Chalder,
aged 88 ; father of Thomas Chalder, Heathcote, St. Peter's.
CHRISTIE-July 21st, at his residence, Jerringong, Lieutenant
William Christie, R.N., fifth son of General Christie, of Darie, Fifeshire, Scotland.
COATES-July 7th, at his residence, Port Macquarie, after a
long and painful illness, Mr. George Coates, aged 28 years.
CORNISH-October 2nd, 1858, at her residence, Ipswich, Eng-
land, Elizabeth Cornish, relict of the late Robert Cornish, senior, and sister of Mr. John Hill, senior, of this city, aged 72
DUKE-July 15th, at Auckland, New Zealand, Mr. George Duke,
DAVIS-July 12th, at the residence of his father, Samuel Patrick.
aged 10 years and 4 months, the eldest son of Mr. William Davis, Sofala.
DONALDSON-July 18th, of croup, at the residence of his parents
50, Duke-street, Woolloomooloo, David Hay, second son of James and Elizabeth Donaldson, aged 2 years and 7 months.
DUNCAN-July 4th, at his residence, Franklin Village, near
Launceston, Tasmania, Mr. William Duncan, sen., aged 79 leaving a wife and family to deplore their loss. He was brother to the late James and Alexander Duncan, of this city, and Mrs. John Solomon, formerly of the Albion Hotel.
DURAND-July 20th, at the Lunatic Asylum, Tarban Creek,
Miocael F. Durand, aged 29 years.
EGGLESTON-April 2lst, 1859, at Newark, Notts, England, in
the 70th year of her age, Ann, the wife of Mr. Frederick Eggleston, and mother of the Rev. J. Eggleston, General Secre- tary for Wesleyan Missions, Sydney.
ELLARD-May 20th, at his residence, Tritonville, Sandemont,
near Dublin, Andrew Ellard, Esq., aged 79 years.
FARLEY-July 21st, at Cowper-terrace, Church-hill, Mr. John
Edward Farley, aged 54.
FORSHAN-July 11th, of consumption, Sarah Anne, wife of Mr.
Joseph Forshan, of the Roman Catholic Orphan School, Parra- matta, aged 23.
GARLAND-June 15th, at Ardlethen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland,
Mr. Garland, aged 96.
GILL-June 24th, at Collingwood, Melbourne, George Kirk-
wood, second son of James Molyneux and Jane Gill, aged 3? years and 1 month.
HAYLOCK- August 2nd, at her daughter's residence, Castlereagh
street, after a painfui illness, Charlotte, relict of the late Mr. Edward Haylock, of this city, in the 62nd year of her age.
HALL-June 22nd, suddenly, at the residence of her father in
Sydney. Charlotte Hall, eldest daughter of Mr. E. S. Hall.
HALL-August 1st, at the residence of Alexander Gray,
Bathurst-street, his mother-in-law. Margaret Hall, wife of the late Charles Hall, of Jedburgh, Scotland, aged 88 years.
HARRIS-July 25th, at the residence of her parents, Bulla-
naming-street, Waterloo Estate, Hephzibah Sarah, the only daughter of John William Harris.
HAWDON- July 23rd, in the twenty-fourth year of his age,
Joseph Hawdon, fifth son of John Hawdon, Esq., of Kiora, Moruya.
HAYLOCK-August 2nd, at the residence of Mr. John Foot
Castlereagh-street, Charlotte Haylock, aged 64 years.
HEYDON-July 21st, at his residence, Kent-street, Mr. William
Heydon, aged 55, leaving a wife and family to deplore their loss. He was brother to Jabez King Heydon and Ebenezer Heydon, of this city.
JONES - July 27th at Parramatta, of croup, Henry Tucker
Australia, the only and beloved son of Henry T. and Eliza Jones, aged 2 years and 3 months.
JACKSON-August 4th, of croup, at the residence, of his parents,
Jenkins-street, Sydney, John Atkinson, youngest son of Mr. Francis Henry Jackson, aged three years and two months.
JONES-July 22nd, at her late residence, the Crown Inn,
Chippendale, Janette, the beloved wife of Mr. William Jones, in the 31st year of her age.
JENKINS-August 1st, at Bamballa, Warren William, aged 21
months, youngest son of Robert Pitt Jenkins.
LAVENU—August 1st, from epilepsy, and subsequent exhaus-
tion, in the 40th year of his age, universally lamented, Louis Henry Lavenu.
LAMBERT-July 21st, at Montefiores, Wellington, Catherine
Anna, only daughter of Mr. Henry Lambert, aged two years
and six months.
LYNCH-June 7th, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. H. P.
Riviere, Fitzroy-square, London, Mrs. Jeremiah Lynch, mother of D. Lynch, of the General Post Office, Sydney.
MARSHALL-July 9th, at Umbacolli, Macintyre River, Purvis,
the infant son of Mr. R. P. Marshall.
MACKAY-July 12th, at her father's residence, Margaret, the
only daughter of Mr. Angus Mackay, after a short but painful illness, aged 17 years.
MASSY-July 18th, at Glenville, aged 82, Captain Hugh Massy,
uncle to Mrs. C, Bucknall, Newcastle, and Mrs. William Thompson, of Sydney. MAURICE LONG, a faithful servant, who lived with the above for half a century, died in four hours after
the death of his master.
MAWBEY-July 21st, at Parramatta River, John Evan Mawbey,
compositor, formerly of the Times office, London, aged 42
M'COULLOUGH-July 26th, at her residence, Albion-lane,
George-street South, Mary, beloved wife of William M'Coul- lough, and sister to Mr. John Donnaly, of this city, aged 49
MEWBURN-June 28th, at his station, Gipps Land, Victoria,
Thomas Mewburn, eldest son of Dr. Macalister, late of British
NISBET-April 5th, at Elie, Fifeshire, Catherine, eldest daugh-
ter of the late Mr. James Nisbet, London, and widow of the late Mr. John Waugh, jun.
ORGAN-July 25th, after a short and painful illness, which she
bore with Christian fortitude, Isabella Ama, the fourth and beloved daughter of Mr. William Organ, Crown-street, Wollon- gong, aged thirteen years and two months.
PHELPS-May 17th, at Plymouth, Sophia Giorgina, the
beloved wife of John Shaw Phelps, Esq., H.M. 14th Regiment, aged 22 years.
PIKE-July 18th, at the residence of his parents, Joseph, the
second eldest son of Joseph Pike, storekeeper, and Mary Pike, Kiama, aged 5 years one month and nine days.
ROBB-April 22nd, at Barnhill, Perth, Scotland, Mr. James Robb,
in the 73rd year of his age. The deceased was father of James Robb, Esq., J.P., Riversdale, Kiama, and of Mrs. John M'Nab, George-street South, in this city.
ROBINSON-June 30th, of consumption, at his residence, Arnold
Grove, and of Windsor, Mr. William Robinson, in the 29th year of his age, eldest son of the late Mr. George Robinson, of Man- chester, England.
ROONEY-July I3th, at the residenoe of her parents, Cooper
street, Chippendale, of scarlatina, Mary Ann, tho beloved child of Peter and Mary Rooney, aged six years.
SAVILLE-July 27th, Ann, the beloved wife of Frederick
Saville, Circular Quay Hotel, aged 44 years.
STONE-August 6th, at his residenoe, Macquarie-street, Edward
Stone, fourth son of the Rev. W. Stone, Bong Bong, Berrima.
STEPHENS-July 18th, at No. 19, Clarence-lane, Elizabeth Ann
Stephens, the beloved and only child of John S. and Jenne Stephens, aged 2 years.
THRIFT-July 9th, suddenly, of apoplexy, on board the Ship
Hollenside, George Thrift, master Mariner, of North Shields, Northumberland, England, aged 58 years.
TURBIT - July 22nd, at her residence, Liverpool-street, Maria
Ann, the beloved wife of Richard Turbit, aged 27 years.
WELSH-August 10th, at the Hall, Pitt-street, Mr. Henry
WILSON-July 15th, at Newtown, after a severe and protracted
illness, in her 59th year, Martha Tera, the beloved wife of Mr. Adam Wilson, and second daughter of the late William Lescher, Esq., of London.
WICKHAM-July 29th at the residence of her parents, Castle-
reagh-street, Louisa Maude, youngest daughter of John and Ellen Wickham, aged nine months.
YOUNG-June 19th, at Port Macquarie, Mr. James Young, of
Hamilton, Port Macquarie, aged 61 years.