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BULL.—March 22, at her residence, Chifton, Hereford-street, Glebe Point, Mrs S. J. Bull, of a daughter. CATTELL.—March 28, at her residence, Hellespont, Lavender Bay, the wife of John C. Cattell, of a daughter. FERRIS.—March 17, at Alfred Cottage, Ross-street, Parramatta, the wife of J. B. Ferris, of a daughter.
McDONALL.—March 18, at her residence, 69 West-Street, Darlinghurst, the wife of Joseph W. McDonall, of a son.
ALLMAN-FAUNCE.—March 29, at St. Clement's Church,
Yass, by the Right Rev, the Lord Bishop of Goulburn, assisted by the Rev. W. M. White and the father of the bride, Edward McCarthy, eldest surviving son of of the late G. C. Allman,
Esq., and Henrietta Elizabeth, only daughter of the Rev A. D. Faunce.
BRAY—DAWSON.—March 28, at St. Luke's Church, Burwood,
by the Very Rev Dean of Sydney, assisted by the Rev Canon Moreton, incumbent, Alfred Llewellyn, youngest son of the late
Thomas Bray, of Bray Grove, Concord, to Emma Marion, eldest
daughter of the late Henry Hockney Dawson, of Erskine Park, South Creek.
GRAY—McGREGOR.—March 2, by Rev. Edward Adams,
William Stuart, second son of James Gray, Sydney, to Agnes Aitken, eldest daughter of Alexander McGregor, Sydney. KENDALL—BULLARD.—March 21, South Port, Cavendish-
street, South Kingston, by the Rev. Henry Youngman, Robert Chapman, only son of Mr. William Kendall, Cambridge-street South Kingston, to Morlan, eldest daughter of the late Mr Joseph Bullard.
WORTHINGTON—CORY.—March 6 by Special License, at Vacy Church, by Rev F. W. Addams, Hamilton Labatt, 2nd Son of late Robert Shaw Worthington, Barrister-in-Law, Salmon Pool Lodge, Dublin, IRELAND, Charlotte Cory, 5th Daughter, of Gilbert Cory Esq, JP, Neyarrowa, Vacy.
BEYERS.—March 31, at Manly Beach, after a short illness, Mary,
the dearly beloved wife of Hugo Louis Beyers, of Hill End, in the 33rd year of her age, leaving a sorrowing husband, seven children, and a numerous circle of friends to mourn their loss;
deeply regretted by all who knew her.
BRADY.—April 1, at his resdence, Mitchell-street, Glebe,
John Brady, of consumption, in his 44th year. R.I.P.
JAMES.—January 18, 1881, Mary, the wife of Richard James,
the Paddington Inn, Old South Head-road, Paddington, leaving a son and daughter, R.I.P.
McCARTHY.—April 1, at his mother's residence, the Commercial
Hotel, Lower George-street, John Patrick, infant son of the late
J. F. McCarthy, master mariner, aged 12 months and 7 days.
MAISEY.—In loving remembrance of my dear husband, Samuel
Maisey, who died 2nd April, 1880, aged 78 years. There is sweet rest in Heaven. PLUNKETT.—March 31, 1883, at Wagga Wagga, Alice, beloved
wife of G. J. Plunkett, and eldest daughter of J. P. Rooney, Superior Public School, Cleveland-street, Sydney, aged 23 years.
POULTON.—April 1, at her residence, 70, Pitt-street, Redfern, Elizabeth, wife of James Poulton,
cabinetmaker, aged 64 years, from Chelmsford, Essex. Essex papers please copy.
TILBURY.—March 30, 1883, departed this life, after a long and
painful illness, W. T. Tilbury, aged 47 of Milbank, London, late treasurer of the old Prince of Wales Theatre, Sydney,
son, of the late W. Harrs Tilbury, comedian, of Drury Lane and Haymarket Theatres, London. London papers please copy.