Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, must be duly authenticated ; and it is particularly ne- cessary that the names of persons and places should be written in a very legible hand.
On the 15th inst., at 48 Russell-street, Mrs. K. Lush, of a daughter.
On the 17th inst., Mrs E. H. Gregory, of a daughter
On the 12th inst., at Church-street, Richmond, Mrs. Ryland John Howard of a daughter.
On the 16th inst., at St. Paul's Melbourne, by the Rev. L. A. Baker, John Walker, Melbourne, son of William Walker, Esq., of Aberdeen, to Mary Bail, only daughter of Charles Plummer, Esq,,
late of London.
On the 16th inst., at his brother-in-law's re- sidence, Plenty-road, Merri Creek, George McKin- nell, late of Dumfries, Scotland, Carlaverock, aged twenty five years.
On the 15th inst., at Geelong, Reginald Fairfax, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. Martyr.
On the 12th inst., at Benalla, Broken River, after a short illness, Martha, the beloved wife of the late Mr. Benjamin Standring, aged fifty-nine years.
Yesterday, at her residence, Woodville, South Yarra, Elizabeth Miller, the beloved wife of J. Oswald Gilchrist, Esq., merchant, Melbourne, aged twenty-three years.
On Friday, 15th inst., Henry Garland Leslie Bruce, only child of Mr. Henry A. Bruce, of H. M.
Customs, Williamstown, aged four months and two weeks.