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    BLEECHMORE, Stanley Herbert
    b. 23 Jun 1872 Auburn, SA
    d. 13 Dec 1872 Auburn, SA

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MONTHLY SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.   BIRTHS.                   BEDNALL.— On the 5th December, at Selby street, Adelaide, Mrs. Bednall, of a son. BELLHOUSE.— On the 6th December, at Whitmore-terrace, North Adelaide, Mrs. Bell- house, of a son.   BLACKMORE.— On the 23rd December, Mrs. E. G. Blackmore, of a son. BLESING. — On the 8th Decemeber, near Hamilton, the wife of Mr. Ernest G. Blesing, of a daughter. Both doing well. BROWN.— On the 9th December, at Brown street, the wife of E. Brown, of a son. Both doing well.     CLARK.— On the 6th December, at Noar- lunga, the wife of James Clark, of a son.   CUDMORE. — On the 6th December, at Wakefield-street, Adelaide, Mrs. D. H. Cudmore, of a son.   CUNNINGHAM.—On the 5th December, at Whitmore-square, Mrs. J. H. Cunningham, of a daughter.         DIXON.— On the 2nd October, at Nagasaki, Japan, at the residence of Captain J. A. Smith, the wife of Captain J. C. Dixon, master of the British brig Lass of Gawler, of a daughter. DOYLE.— On the 18th December, at Port Adelaide, Mrs. T. Doyle, of a daughter. DUNSTAN.—On the 4th December, at Mac- laren Yale, the wife of Mr. Walter Dunstan, of a son.   FISHER.— On the 14th December, at North terrace, the wife of Dr. Fisher, of a son. HANTKE.—On the 16th December, at Um-   beratana, Far North, the wife of Theo. Hantke, of a daughter.     HARVEY.— On the 25th November, at Treegoodwell, Mrs. John S. Harvey, of a son.   HULLS.— On the 29th December, at Beulah road, Norwood, the wife of Mr. C. S. Hulls, of a son.         ISERNHAGEN.— On the 8th December, at Grenfell-street, Adelaide, Mrs. F. Isernhagen,     of a son.   JONES.— On the 21st December, at Bagot Well, the wife of Mr. Jerry Jones, of a daughter.   MARTIN.— On the 29th November, at her residence, Callington, Mrs. Andrew Martin, of a son. Both doing well.           MILNES.—On the 30th November, at Water- vale, Mrs. Isaac Milnes, of a son. PALMER.—On the 20th Decemlwr, at the   National Bank of Australasia, Gawler, the wife of George Palmer, jun., of a daughter. PLACE.—On the 27th December, at Queens- town, the wife of Richard Place, of a daughter.   PRICE.— On the 4th December, at Norman street, Adelaide, the wife of W. J. Price, of a daughter.         RANDELL.— On the 25th December, at Mill   Cottage, Gumeracha, the wife of J. B. Randell, of a daughter.       RUSSELL.—On the 18th December, at     Beulah-road, Norwood, the wife of John Russell, of a daughter.   SCRIVENER.— On the 9th December, at   near Wasleys, the wife of Mr. Benjamin Scrivener, of a son.   SMALLACOMBE.—On the 12th December, at Gulnare, Mrs. Phillip Smallacombe, of a son, stillborn.         SMITH.—On the 9th December, at Ship Inn,   Port Adelaide, Mrs. John Smith, of a son. SOBELS. — On the 19th December, at Watervale, the wife of Mr. C. A. Sobels, of a daughter.   STACY.—On the 20th December, at Payne-   ham-road, Stepney, Mrs. John Murch Stacy, of a son. STONE. — On the 8th December, at St. Leonards, Mrs. J. D. Stone, of a daughter.   TRIGG.—On the 6th December, at Port   Elliot, the wife of Mr. S. Trigg, of a son. VONNIDA.—On the 21st December, at   Blinman, the wife of Dr. A. Vonnida, of a son. WARMINGTON.— On the 19th December, at     Wallaroo, the wife of E. Warmington, Esq., of a son. Both doing well.           WATT.— On the 4th December, at Port Ade- laide, the wife of Charles Watt, of a daughter. WHEATLEY.—On the 12th December, at her residence, Basedow Cottage, High-street, Kapunda, Mrs. J. E. Wheatley, of a daughter. Both doing well. WHEELER.—On the 11th October, at Port-   land-place, London, the wife of Dr. Henry Wheeler, of a son. WILKINSON.—On the 15th December, at Lyndoch, the wife of Mr. W. H. Wilkinson, of a son. WINFIELD.— On the 19th December, at Hay street, Kadina, the wife of E. J. Winfield, of twin sons. MARRIAGES. ADAMSON — ANDERSON. — On the 5th December, at the John Knox Church, Morphett Vale, by the Rev. J. Benny, James Beveridge, eldest son of Mr. D. B. Adamson, of Adelaide, to Barbara, fourth daughter of Peter Anderson, Esq., of Archerfield.       ALLEN — GREGORY. — On the 25th   December, at St. John's Church, Mount Plea-   sant, by the Rev. W. A. Clayfield, William Allen, to Mary Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. John Gregory, near Mount Pleasant.   BAULCH — WREFORD. — On the 17th December, at the residence of the bride's brother, Barnard-street, North Adelaide, by the Rev. Thos. Lloyd, Charles, son of Mr. J. Baulch, Somerset, England, to Jane Mary, daughter of the late Mr. S. Wreford, Crediton, Devon. BILLIN— JEWELL.— On the 21st December, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Clement Linley, Sidney Moyle, youngest son of the late Mr. John Billin, of Adelaide, to Caroline, eldest daughter of Mr. Peter Jewell, of Unley. BINKS—BUNDEY.—On the 14th December, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. W. L. Binks, W. H. Binks, to Fanny, eldest daughter of Mr. William Bundey, North Adelaide.   BORCHERS— BOWEY.—On the 5th Decem- ber, at St. John's, Mount Pleasant, by licence, by Rev. W. A. Clayfieid, August Borchers, of Gumeracha, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Richard Bowey, of Gumeracha.         BRENTON—PEDLER.—On the 5th Decem- ber, at the residence of Mr. Titcombe, Moonta,   by the Rev. Mr. Knight, James, eldest son of John Brenton, to Grace Pedler, third daughter of James Pedler, Moonta. CARLIER—AMEY.—On the 25th December,     by licence, at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Saddleworth, by the Rev. S. Wellington, Mr. Arthur William Carlier, of Riverton, to Emma, daughter of Mr. Charles Amey, of Leasingham.   CLARK—GRAY.—On the 25th December,   George Arthur, son of Edward Thomas Clark, to Ellen, only daughter of Thomas and Caroline Gray, of Gouger street, Adelaide. CLARK—SPITTLE.—On the 25th December, at the residence of the bride's father, Gilles- street, Adelaide, by the Rev. Octavius Lake, Mr. John Clark, of Moonta, to Louisa, second daughter of Mr. Joseph Spittle, Adelaide. COLES—PAINE.—On the 4th December, at     Trinity Church, Riverton, by the Rev. James Houghton, Charles, eldest son of C. Coles, Esq., of H.M. Customs, London, to Emma, eldest daughter of Mr. James Paine, of Riverton. COLLINS—WILLISS.—On the 4th Decem-     ber, at St. James's Church, Glenburn, by the Rev. C. W. Morse, B.A., Charles William, son of Mr. James Collins, to Emily Eliza, daughter of Mr. Willis, both of Glenburn. CONIGRAVE—FICKERT.—On the 24th De- cember, at Stow Church, by special licence, by the Rev. C. B. Symes, B.A., Benjamin Nor- wich Conigrave, to Josephine Annie, youngest daughter of Mr. Frederick Wilhelm Fickert, of Adelaide. COOMBE-BEDDOME. On the 18th De- cember, at tbe residence of the bride's sister, by the Rev. F. W. Cox, Thomas, third son of James Coombe, Norwood, to Sarah, second daughter of R. W. Beddome, Adelaide, for- merly of Currency Cteek. Canadian papers   please copy.              

CORNOCK—MORGAN.—On the 7th Decem- ber, at Christchurch, North Adelaide, by licence, by the Venerable Archdeacon Marryat, Augustus Frederick, son of Thomas Cornock, of Unley, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late William Morgan, of Adelaide COTTER— SLEEP.— On the 5th December, by special licence, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. A. Law, Edward Jervis Cotter, second son of Thomas Young Cotter, Esq. to Anna Maria Sleep, eldest daughter of R. Sleep, Esq., of Bugle Ranges.   CURTIS—KILLICOAT.—On the 2nd De- cember, at the residence of the bride's father, by special licence, by the Rev. H. Pope, William John Curtis, to Susan Ann, third daughter of Mr. Thomas Killicoat, Redruth. DAVIS — JAMIESON. — On the 21st De- cember, at Yatala, by the Rev. M. H. Hodge, Henry Davis, of Adelaide, sixth son of James Davis, Esq., of Her Majesty's Treasury, London, to Mary Jean, tenth daughter of the late Cap- tain Jamieson, of Port Adelaide. DUNN—MILLS.—On the 13th December, by     licence, at Port Wakefield, by the Rev. J. H. Trevorrow, Mr. Robert P. Dunn, to Miss Elizabeth Mills, both of Balaklava. GLIDDON—FELTUS. — On the 23rd No- vember, at St. Augustine's Church, Streaky Bay, by O. K. Richardson, Esq., S.M., by licence, Edward Christopher, second son of the late John Gliddon, Esq., of Park street, Westminster, to Maria Martha Matilda, second daughter of Mr. Jno. Feltus, both of Streaky Bay. GRAHAM—WRIGHT. —On the 3rd December, at St. Luke's Church, by the Rev. James   Pollitt, Fritz Graham, farmer, to Frances Wright, Daughter of the late Robert Wright, of Stirling East, gardener.     GREENLEES—BINNEY.—On the 11th   December, at Willunga, by the Rev. E. K. Miller, James Greenlees, jun., of Aldinga, to Emily, fourth daughter of the late James Binney, of Willunga.       HALL—PORTEOUS. —On the 25th Decem- ber, at the residence of the bride's parents, by licence, by the Rev. George Lee, of Mount Barker, Mr. Robert Hall, to Margaret, only daughter of Mr. Andrew Porteous, both of   Echunga Diggings. HARRIS—McGEORGE. — On the 25th No- vember, at Wilcannia, by the Rev. S. A. Hamil- ton, of Hay, Samuel Alfred, second son of the Rev. S. L. Harris, to Selina Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Mrs. Thos. McGeorge, of Wilcannia.     HASKETT—OLDFIELD. —On the 17th December, by licence, in the Bible Christian Chapel, Yankalilla, by the Rev. Joshua Foster, Mr. Samuel Haskett, to Miss Eliza Oldfield, both of Myponga.         HOAD—CROUCH. —On the 25th December, at the residence of the bride's father, by licence, by Mr. John Kither, officiating minister, George William, second son of the late William Twynam Hoad, of Prairrie, to Harriet, third daughter of Mr. Joshua Crouch, of Torrens Farm, near Millbrook.       HOSKING—SUCKLING. —On the 21st De- cember, at the residence of the bride's sister, by Mr. T. J. Gore, Edwin, second son of the late Mr. John Hosking, to Etty, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Samuel Suckling, both of Ade- laide.           HOWIE—WORNER.—On the 21st December,       at Watervale, by the Rev. C. Tresise, C. Howie, to Georgina Fanny Worner, both of Watervale. HUNWICK—HARRIS.—On the 3rd Decem- ber, at Glenhurst, by the father of the bride, Henry, second son of the late Mr. F. Hunwick, Hindmarsh, to Frances Sophia, second daughter of Rev. S. L. Harris, of Macclesfield. No cards. LENNON—KIRWAN.— On the 4th De- cember, at Ediowie, by Mr. J. P. Buttfield, Mr. James Lennon, of Nuccaleena, to Miss Elizabeth Kirwan, of Ediowie. MART—JELLY.— On the 16th December, at     St. Paul's, Port Adelaide, by the Rev. S. Green, William P. Mart, of Saddleworth, eldest son of Mr. Wm. Mart, of Portland Estate, to Annie C., youngest daughter of Mr. Thos. Jelly, of Port Adelaide.   McCLENAGHAN—BAYNES.—On the 7th December, at St. Mary's, South-road, by the Rev. J. Leslie Smith, B.A., Robert fifth son of James McClenaghan, County Down, Ireland, to Louisa Harriet, third daughter of the late Henry Baynes, London.               McEWIN—HENDERSON.—On the 24th December, at St. Andrew's Church, Adelaide, by the father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. James Lyall, the Rev. John McEwin, eldest son of George McEwin, Esq. , of Glen Ewin, to   Agnes, second daughter of the Rev. James Henderson. McRAE—BINNEY. —On the 11th December,   by special licence, at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. E. K. Miller, John, third surviving son of the late Donald McRae, of Aldinga, to Mary Jane, third daughter of the late James Binney, of Willunga. MONTGOMERY — LEVETT.—On the 28th November, in the Bible Christian Chapel, Mount Bryan Flat, by licence, by Rev. Joseph Rock, James Wright Montgomery, the fourth son of Mr. Sampson Montgomery, of Upper Wakefield, to Ellen, youngest daughter of Mr. Leonard Levett, of Mount Bryan. MORRIS—PARKES.—On the 25th Decem- ber, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. James Way, Job, the youugest son of Mr. W. L. Morris, to Phœbe Elizabeth, the second surviving daughter of Mr. George Parkes, both of Adelaide. NEWBRY—ATKINS.—On the 24th Decem-       ber, Boolooroo Station, North, by licence, by the Rev. James Read, Jasper Newbry, eldest son of Mr. William Newbry, Wiltshire, to Mar- garet Atkins.       PARLOR— COLLINS.— On the 4th Decem- ber, at Bullaparinga, by the Rev. W. S. Worth, of Yankalilla, Francis, eldest son of Mr. Benjamin B. Parlor, to Teresa, second daughter of Mr. James Collins, of Glenburn.   PATERSON—HEATH.—On the 25th De-   cember, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. Stuart Wayland, Charles Alexander Paterson, stepson of Mr. W. B. Town, of Tineburee Farm, Lower Light, to Harriet, fourth daughterof Mr, George Heath, of Ward's Belt. PEARSON—BUTLER.— On the 10th De- cember, at St. George's Church, Gawler, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Adelaide, assisted by the Rev. Canon Coombs, Charles Henry Pearson, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, and of Haverhill, Mount Remarkable, to Edith Lucille, eldest daughter of Philip Butler, Esq., of Yattalunga. ROLLINGS—McDOUGAL.— On the 17th   December, at the Bible Christian Chapel, Springfield, by the Rev. W. Richards, William Rollings, Esq., of Springfield, to Mrs. Jane McDougal, of Tothill's Creek. SAWERS—PRYOR.—On the 10th Decem-   ber, at Salisbury, by the Rev. James Henderson, Alex. Dewar Sawers, to Rosina Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. William Pryor, of Salisbury. TAPE—COUZENER.—On the 22nd Decem- ber, at St. George's Church, Gawler, by the Rev. Canon Coombs, John Richard Tape, of Willaston, to Elizabeth Ann Couzener, second daughter of Stephen Couzener, of Lyndoch Valley. THOMPSON—BARDEN.—On the 23rd De- cember, by licence, at the residence of Mrs. M. Wade, Gawler South, by the Rev. S. Fairey, William Henry, son of Francis Thompson, to Mary Agatha Barden, eldest daughter of the late Mr. John Barden, of Gawler. UNDERWOOD—GREGORY.—On the 16th December, by licence, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. F. Fullard, Samuel, son of Michael Underwood, of Gumeracha, to Sarah, daughter of the late Samuel Gregory, of Gumeracha. WHITINGTON—LYONS.—On the 20th De- cember, Peter Whitington, of Adelaide, to Jennette Isabella, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Lyons, of Fenn-place, Adelaide. WILSON—ARNOLD.—On the 9th December,     at Filey Cottage, Bowden, by special licence, by the Rev. John Renney, Samuel Wilson, farmer, of Two Wells, to Jane Arnold, second daughter of the late Mr. John Arnold, of Bowden. WILSON—BREWER.—On the 30th Decem-     ber, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. S. Mead, M.A., LL.B., Robert, youngest son of the late Mr. George Wilson, Edinburgh, to Rosetta Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. John   Brewer, baker and confectioner, Hindley-street. WINDERS—GRUMMETT.—On the 24th December, at Kooringa, by the Rev. J. B. Stephenson, Mr. William Henry Winders, to Miss Albertina E. M. Grummett, both of Kooringa. WREFORD—McDONALD.—On the 30th       November, at Pooncaira, River Darling, by the

Rev. M. Ryan, Charles Henry Wreford, of     Pooncara Station, to Annie Maria, eldest       daughter of the late Mrs. McDonald, of     Pooncaira.         DEATHS.                     ADAMS.—On the 20th December, at his   residence, Mann-terrace, North Adelaide, Mr.   John Adams, aged 76 years. AULD. — On the 19th December, at the   Auldana Vineyards, of whooping-cough, the infant daughter W. P. and E. H. Auld. BLEECHMORE.—On the 13th December, at Auburn, Stanley Herbert, youngest son of Joseph and Caroline Bleechmore. BROWN.—On the 4th December, at Wake-   field-street, Jane, the beloved and eldest daughter of Henry Brown, aged 20 years.   BUTTERS.—On the 21st October, at Dunedia   Villa, Upper Tulse Hill, London, Jane Middleton, the beloved wife of the Rev.   William Butters, full asleep in Jesus, aged 58. BYNG.—On the 4th December, suddenly, at his residence, 44, King William-street, Adelaide, Charles Henry John Byng, in the 52nd year of his age. CHAPMAN.— On the 29th December, at her   son's residence, Angas-street east, Catherine Chapman, aged 72 years, mother of Mr. William Chapman, sen.       COLE.— On the 14th December, Christiana,   the beloved wife of Wm. Cole, of Gouger-street, aged 65 years. CROSS.— On the 8th December, at Bowden, of diphtheritic paralysis, William Charles, only son of Charles and Susan Cross, jun., aged four years and three days. CURTIS.— On the 4th December, at her resi-   dence, North-terrace, Elisa, widow of the late   Mr. James Curtis, aged 59.       DAVIES.— On the 31st August, at the       diamond fields, South Africa, George Joseph,   second son of Charles Davies, M.D., of   Beaumont, aged 28 years. DAY.—On the 18th December, at Port Lin- coln, of dysentery, Louisa Harriet, the only and beloved daughter of Alfred and Julia Day, of Venus Bay, aged one year and nine months. DOW.— On the 6th December, at his resi-   dence, Salisbury, David Dow, aged 61 years. FAUCHON. — On the 7th December, at Chapel-street, Norwood, Henry Fauchon, aged 35 years. FESENMEYER.—On the 28th September, at Park-terrace, Highbury, J. F. W. Fesenmeyer,   of Great James street, Bedford Row, London, solicitor, aged 75, eldest brother of the late F. R. Fesenmeyer, of Parkside, Adelaide. FILGATE.— On the 4th December, at his late   residence, Woodville, of apoplexy, Richard Filgate, late of H.M. Customs, aged 65 years. FOWLER.—On the 9th December, at Cellar-   dyke, Anstruther, Scotland, James Fowler, aged 78 years, father of David and George Fowler, Adelaide. FRANCE.—On the 14th December, at North Shields, Port Lincoln, of diphtheria, Jane France, oldest daughter of the late William Welldrick France, aged 10 years and 9 months. Yorkshire papers please copy. GASON.— On the 27th December, at his resi- dence, Hindley-street, the youngest son of the late Mr. R. Gason, aged 31 years.   GILES.— On the 21st December, at Grove Hill, Henry Mortimer, the second son of Charles Giles, jun., aged one year and four months. HALL.— On the 7th December, at her resi- dence, Edward-street, Norwood, after a long and painful illness, Ellen Hall, the beloved wife of Mr. Geo. Hall, aged 57 years.   HAMILTON. — On the 8th October, at Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, George Ernest Hamilton, aged 72.       HARTIGAN— On the 22nd December, at Angas-street, Mr. Patrick Hartigan, aged 41 years.               HILL.— On the 15th December, at his resi-   dence, George - street, off Hindley - street,   Adelaide, John Hill, sen., aged 72 years. An old colonist of 33 years.         HARCOURT.— On the 15th October, at   Eywood, Herefordshire, the Hon. Lady Frances Vernon Harcourt, aged 68.     HUGHES.—On the 29th December, at North   Adelaide, George Robert Hughes, aged 73 years.   An old colonist of 32 years.   HUNT.— On the 29th December, at South Richmond, near Adelaide, Eliza, relict of the late Mr. John Hunt, aged 64 years .     JONES.— On the 2nd October, at Guernsey, in the 83rd year of her age, Mary, relict of the   late Lieutenant and Adjutant Wm. Jones, 51st Regiment Light Infantry, and beloved mother of Mrs. W. H. Stacy, of this city.   JOYCE.— On the 7th December, at the Chain of Ponds, Mary, the beloved wife of William Joyce, sen., aged 57. Her end was peace.     KRAUSE.—On the 11th December, at Lefevre's Peninsula, of diphtheria, Hannah Sophia Wilhelmina, eldest and beloved daughter of William and Hannah Krause, aged five years and three months. MAINWARING.— On the 21st December, at   his residence, Gloucester - place, Portman square, London, Gordon Mainwaring, Esq., of   Whitmore Hall, Staffordshire, son of the late Admiral Rowland Mainwaring, aged 55.   MEYER.—On the 18th December, after a   short and painful illness, Gustav Adolph Osmond, youngest and beloved son of C. L. Meyer, Glen Osmond, in his 13th year.     MILDRED.—On the 11th December, at the   residence of her sister, Mrs. H. Dunstan, Ken- sington Park, of consumption, Ellen M. Mildred, aged 27 years.   MILLNER.— On the Sunday after Christmas, at Yankalilla, fell asleep in Jesus, Esther, wife of J. Stokes Millner, M.D., of the Northern Ter- ritory.       MOULE. — On the 15th December, from dysentery, at Saddleworth, John George, youngest son of John and Harriet Moule, aged 12 months and 3 weeks. MOYSES.— On the 20th December, at Spring Farm, Deloraine, near Kersbrook, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Moyses, formerly of Broughton, Huntingdonshire, England, aged 51 years. She sleeps in Jesus. NOTT.—On the 9th December, George Nott, Esq., surgeon, &c., of Gawler, after a painful and prolonged illness, aged 50. He leaves a widow and family to mourn their loss. O'CARROLL.— On the 8th December, at Dr. Gunson's, Angas-street, Dr. J. S. O'Carroll, aged 32 years. R.I.P. PALMER.— On the 26th December, at her sister's residence, Nairne, of carditis, Hannah   Jane, the beloved wife of Thos. Palmer, and second daughter of E. W. Loades, Salisbury, aged 27 years. Her end was peace. POWELL. — On the 15th December, at   Monarto, Harry Alfred, son of Mr. William Powell, aged 14 years. RENDELL.— On the 27th December, at his son's residence, Walkerville, James Rendell,   aged 74. His end was peace. SCHOMBURGK.— On the 8th December, at the Botanic Garden, of typhoid fever, Antonia,   second daughter of Dr. Schombergk, in her 20th year.   SEXTON.—On the 18th December, of con-   vulsions, Priscilla Mary, the youngest daughter   of Alfred Sexton, of Callington, on the Bremer.   " Suffer the little ones to come unto me," said     Jesus Christ.   STEWART.—On the 6th December, at her   residence, Sussex-street, North Adelaide, Sarah   Stewart, relict of the late Joseph Stewart, aged   45.   STOKES.—On the 9th December, at his resi-     dence, Edward-street, Norwood, Samuel Stokes,   aged 41 years. SUMMERS.—On the 30th December, at   Hutt-street, Sarah, wife of Thomas Summers, and beloved mother of Mrs. Alley, in the 71st year of her age. WARD.— On the 28th December, at O'Hal- loran Hill, of typhoid fever, Alice, youngest daughter of Thomas Ward, farmer, aged 12 years. WHITE.— On the 15th December, of diarrhœa, Mordaunt John White, infant son of James and Hannah White, aged 13 days.  

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