BRUCE.—March 18, at Ethel Cottage, Kepple-street, Bathurst,
the wife of Robert Bruce, of a son.
CAMPBELL.—April 12, at 117, Lankelly-terrace, Macleay-street, the wife of W. B. Campbell, Esq., of a son, still-born.
CARY.—April 8, at her residence, Marathon, Queen-street, Wool- lahra, the wife of Sydney H. Cary, of a daughter.
CLARKE.—April 1, at her residence, 134, George-Street North,
the wife of Adam L. Clarke, of a daughter.
DERNELLY.—March 20, at her residence, Paddington, the wife
of T. Dernelly, of a daughter.
DREWETT.—April 3, at her residence. No. 4, Seaton-terrace,
Glenview-street, Paddington, Mrs. J. R. Drewett, of a daughter. GOURLAY.—April 2, at her residence, No. 11, Bogg-street, Pad-
dington, the wife of John A. Gourlay, of a daughter.
HARRISON.—April 7, at her residence, Charles-street, Peter-
sham, the wife of J. Harrison, of a son.
HENRY.—April 6, at her residence. Cassilia House, John-street,
Petersham, the wife of James Henry, chemist, of a daughter.
HINCHCLIFFE.—April 12, at her residence, Mosely House,
Moore Park, the wife of T. C. Hinchcliffe, of a son.
HODGSON.—April 13, at Sheffield Cottage, Cecil-street, Ashfield,
the wife of Henry Hodgson, of a son. LANCASTER.—April 10, at her residence, Westmoreland-street,
Forest Lodge, the wife of Captain R. G. Lancaster, of the John Wesley, of a daughter.
LEEDS.—April 12, at her residence, 18, Cowper-street, Glebe, the
wife of Charles R. Leeds, of a son.
RICHARDS.—March 22, at Sydney, the wife of H. A. Richards
of Condobolin, of a daughter.
SLEDGE.—March 29, at her residence, Kanimbla, Double Bay, the wife of C. G. Sledge, of a daughter.
STOREY.—April 13, at her residence, 4 Avon-terrace, Forsyth-
street, Glebe, the wife of Edward H. Storey, of a son.
BUTLER—RUBIE.—March 20, by special license, at St. Bene- dict's Church, by tho Very Rev. D can O'Brien, Montfort Lewis
Butler, F.R.C.P., London, to Helene Marie, eldest surviving daughter of Edward J. Rubie, of Newtown, Sydney. Home and India papers please copy.
COSTIN—SMITH.—April 10, at St. Saviour's Pro-Cathedral, by
the Venerable Archdeacon Puddicombe, Arthur Henry, eldest son of Henry Costin, Wagonga Heads, to Jane, third daughter
of the late Charles Smith, Goulburn.
DRAPER—MEDCALF.—April 8, at the residence of Mr. T.
Draper, Canterbury, by the Rev, J. Penman, of Sydney, Thomas William, eldest son of Mr. T. Draper, of Canterbury, to Ruth
daughter of Mr. Benjamin Medcalf, of Petersham.
GOODWIN—STRANGE.—March 28, at St. Andrew's Cathedral
by the Very Rev. the Dean of Sydney, William Robert, second son of the late Edward Goodwin, to Elizabeth Ann, eldest
daughter of William Strange, of Surry Hills.
LOFTS—DERENEY.—March 22, by the Rev. E. Adams, William Henry Lofts, third son of Stephen Lofts, Waterloo, to Natte, the only daughter of John Dereney, Auckland, New Zealand.
LUTTON—MOON.—April 5, at the-residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Henry Macready, John, third son of Mr. John Lutton, Randwick, to Ellen Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Moon, builder, Newtown.
PEARCE—POPE.—April 10, at St. Anne's, Ryde, by the Rev.
H. H. Britton, Robert Pearce, teacher of Public school, Gul-
gong, to Eva Isabella, eldest daughter of George M. Pope, C.P.S., Ryde.
RICHARDSON—FORBES.—April 13, at St. Mark's Church, Dar-
ling Point, Sydney, by the Rev. Thomas Kemmis, Vicar, Alfred Frederick Richardson, of East Maitland, solicitor, to Harriet Jane, youngest daughter of Robert Forbes, of Paddington, Sydney.
SANDS—BARRAGLOUGH.—April 6, at the Ocean-street Con-
gregational Church, Woollahra, by the Rev. Palmer Law, George Henry, youngest son of the late Mr. William Sands, of Sydney, to Eliza, third daughter of Mr. John Barraclough, of
TINGCOMBE—FORSYTH.—April 12, at Christ Church, Sydney,
by the Rev. C. F. Garnsey, assisted by the Rev. G. Spencer, of All Saints', Tumut, Henry Clement, eldest son of the late Rev. Henry Tingcombe, of St. John's, Camden, to Maggie, only daughter of George Forsyth, Esq., of Long Beach, Macleay River.
FACE.—In affectionate remembrance of George Face, who died
at his residence, 175, York-street, Sydney, April 16, 1881, aged 36 years.
KIRKPATRICK.—April 9, at Alfred-street, St. Leonards, Mar-
garet, beloved wife of J. G. Kirkpatrick, aged 26 years.
LANSDOWN.—March 3, at the residence of his parents, Bradley-
street, Goulburn, of congestion of the brain, Frederick, third beloved son of William John and Mary Ann Lansdown, aged 1 year and 4 months. Also, on April 10, accidentally, at the
Wesleyan Sabbath School picnic, Goulburn, Alfred George, second beloved son of the above, aged 3 years and 4 months.
McINERNEY.—April 10, at his residence, Double Bay Royal Hotel, Double Bay, James P. McInerney, native of county
Clare, Ireland, aged 41 years, leaving an affectionate wife, three children, and a large circle of friends to mourn their loss. May he rest in peace.
ROSS.—April 18, at Barlacolm-terrace, Ridge-street, North
Shore, Mary, second daughter of tho late J. O. Ross, of Sydney. SMITH.—In memory of my dear mother, Helena Smith, who
died April 18,1881, aged 56 years, beloved mother of Mrs. T.
Layton, Macquarie-atreet South. Mother you have gone to rest. STEWART.—April 14, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
Buyers, Ridge-street, St. Leonards, Peter Stewart, aged 90 years. TENNANT.—March 20, at his aunt's residence, 30, Buckingham-
street, William John Tennant, late of Edinburgh, Scotland,
aged 29 years.
WALKER.—April 11, 1882, at her residence, 161, Regent-street,
Redfern, Emily, the dearly beloved wife of Thomas Davey Walker, leaving an affectionate husband and five children, and a large
circle of friends to mourn their loss, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian grace and fortitude till
the end, willing to depart and be with Christ, which is far better, aged 45. Queensland papers please copy.
WILKENDING.—April 14, at the residence of her, parents,
Brougham-street, Annie, the second eldest daughter of Frederick and Sophie Wilkending, after a long and painful ill- ness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, in her 19th year, leaving a large circle of friends to mourn her loss.
DRAKE.—Sir William Henry Drake. K.C.B. late Director of
Supplies and Transport at the War Office, died suddenly on Sat- urday, at his residence in Clanricarde-gardens, Bayswater. The son of the late John Drake, of Exmouth, Devon, Commissary- General, by his marriage with Maria, daughter of the late Mr. George Story, of Silksworth-hall, county Durham, he was born in 1812, and entered the War Office in 1831. From 1838 to 1848 he held the post of Colonial Treasurer in Western Australia. He was appointed Assistant Commissary-General in 1845, and four years later was advanced to the post of Commissary- General. In this capacity he served in various colonies, as well as in the Crimea and at Kerteh. He also had charge of the Turkish contingent. In 1867 he was appointed Controller for Ireland, and two years afterwards Controller for Great Britain
in the War Office. From 1871 to 1877 he held the office of Director of Supplies and Transports. He was nominated a
Companion of the Order of the Bath in 1856, after the conclusion of the Russian war, and was advanced to the dignity of a
Knight Commander of that Order, in 1871. Sir William H. Drake was twice married, first, in 1834, to Louisa, daughter of Mr. James Purkis, and secondly, in 1862, to Elizabeth Lucy,
daughter of the Hon. George Wood, member of the Council at the Cape of Good Hope.—From the Times, January 31.