On the 19th September, the wife of Alexander McCullum, Esq. Yongera, Lower Murray, of a daugh ter. Both mother and child doing well.
On the 16th September, at Urr Brae House, near Adelaide, Mr F H Faulding, to Eliza, second daugh- ter of R F Macgeorge, Esq. late of Glasgow.
At South Melbourne, Sept 29, by the Rev Thomas Odell, Mr John Dunn, of Collins-street, to Miss Ann Moss, sister of the Rev W Moss, Prahran.
On Thursday, the 30th September, by the Rev Mr Odell, Alicia Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr John Pitt, to Mr Andrew Ferguson, warehouseman, of Collins- street, Melbourne.
On the 30th September, a few hours after a fall from a hay loft, at his residence, No 75, Swanston street, Mr Thomas Hunt, the son of Mr John Hunt, wine and spirit merchant, Burford, Oxfordshire. He has left a wife and four children.
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