BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. On the 9th July, at Brougham-place, Mrs. Alfred Day, of a daughter. On the 17th July, at Port Adelaide, Mrs. D. Wald, of a daughter. On the 18th July, the wife of Mr. Jacob Bowden, herbalist, Gilles-street, of a son. On the 15th July, at Auburn, Mrs. William Thread- gold, of a daughter. On the 17th July, at Lyndoch Valley, Mrs. George Haines, of a daughter. On the 29th July, the wife of Mr. L. Engelbrecht, Gawler-place, of a daughter. On the 29th July, at Bloomfield, Mitcham, the wife of L. W. Thrupp, Esq., of a daughter. On the 30th June, at Spring Farm, Echunga, Mrs. Charles Masters, of a son. On the 20th July, at Alberton, the wife of Mr. A. W. Fyffe, of a son. On the 22nd July, at Woodside, Mrs. Moffat, of a son. On the 20th July, at Walkerville, the wife of the Rev. Daniel Packard, of a son. On the 22nd July, on the Duck Ponds Creek, Mrs. Abraham Shannon, of a daughter. On the 26th July, at her residence, in Flinders-steet, Mrs J. M. Painter, of a daughter. On the 30th July, at 141, Rundle-street, Mrs. P. McRostie, of a son. On the 15th June, at Ravelstone, Port Lincoln, the wife of George Lawson, Esq., surgeon, of a daughter. On the 11th July, at Hampden, Strathalbyn, the wife of John Walker, Esq., S.M., of a daughter. On the 12th July, at Queentown, Mrs. W. C. Willimott, of a son. On the 30th July, at the Apothecaries Hall, Salisbury, the wife of Mr. Samuel Stokes, druggist, of a daughter. On the 31st July, at Munjebbie, Elizabeth, wife of B. H. Hiles, of a daughter. On the 1st August, at the Wesleyan Mission House North Adelaide, Mrs. Butters, of a son. On the 1st August, at Mackinnon-parade, North Ade- laide, Mrs. James Storrie, of a son. On the 2nd August, at the Union Bank of Australia, Pirie-street, Mrs. Oldham, of a son, stillborn. On the 4th August, at Willaston, near Gawler, Mrs. Rudolph Korff, of a son. On the 4th August, at Woodlands, near Clare, Mrs. J. Jacob, of a son. On the 1st August, at Gould's Creek, Little Para, Mrs. David Smith, of a son. On the 6th August, at Salisbury Mrs. W. N. Wau- chope, of a son. On the 5th August, Mrs. H. Selway, Angas Street, son. MARRIED. On the 1st July, at St. John's Church, by the Rev. A R. Russell, Mr. W. Richards, to Jane Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. T. Banyer, machine-maker, Norwood, late of Ridlington, Norfolk. On the 7th July, at the residence of the bride's-father, Edward, second son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Renwick, of Londonderry, Ireland, to Susannah, second daughter of Mr. Robert Melville, of Sydney. On the 13th July, in the Bible Christian Chapel, Eliza- street, by Mr. James Rowe, Bible Christian minister, Mr. Charles Williams, of Mount Torrens, to Miss Honor Lawrey, eldest daughter of Mr. W. L. Morris, King Wil- liam-street. On the 14th July, at St. Paul's Church, Port Adelaide by special licence, by the Rev. Mr. Marryat, Mary Jane Dandridge, daughter of Mr. Thomas Griffiths, to Mr. John William Harris, both of Port Adelaide. By special licence, by the Rev. Charles Muecke, at the bride's residence, North Adelaide, Henry Heuzenroeder, Esq., youngest son of the late Seastor A. Heuzenroeder Duderstadt, Hanover, to Amelia, only daughter of Mr. J. W. Ritter, of North Adelaide.
On the 21st July, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Sheldon, Elizabeth Harriotte, second daughter of Captain Brewer, Government Resident, Robe Town, to James Haldain, second son of the late James Dunlop, Esq., of Annon Hill, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. On the 13th July, at the residence of the bride's uncle (Mr. William Stillwell, Rose Farm, near Clarendon), by Mr. James Way, Bible Christian minister, William, third son of Mr. James Dix, Clarendon, to Harriet, second daughter of Mr. James Biddle, Yankalilla. On the 22nd July, in the Wesleyan Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. Wm. Ingram, Mr. William Edwards Jury, of Payneham (late of Helston), to Miss Stephens Bedilla, eldest daughter of Mr. John Bedilla, Probus, Cornwall, England. On the 21st July, by the Rev. R. Phillips, at his residence, James Culings, to Emma, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Heart, of Encounter Bay. On the 27th July, at Hillside, Morphett Vale, by the Rev. James Lyall, Mr. Matthew Rankine, Strathalbyn, to Jannet, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Graham, Morphet Vale. On the 27th July, at St. Phillip and St. James's Church, Noarlunga, by the Rev. T. R. Neville, William Henry Mudge, eldest son of Mr. John Mudge, farmer, Noar- lunga, to Ann Eliza Long, eldest daughter of Mr. James Long, farmer, of the same place. On the 3rd August, by the Rev. W. Ingram, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Pirie-street, Mr. Robert Daws, organist of the above place of worship, to Mary Ann, daughter of O. W. Willcock, Esq., of the Goolwa. On the 4th July, by special licence, at Truro, by the Rev. Robt. L. Coward, John Scott, Esq., of Deloraine, to Miss Catherine Frazer, of the North Station, near Truro. On the 2nd August, at Christchurch, North Adelaide, by the Venerable Archdeacon Woodcock, James Martin, Esq., of Gawler, to Mrs. Charlotte Vickerstaff, of the same place.
On the 27th July, at the residence of Mr. John Batten, Kapunda, by the Rev. Wm. Brown, assisted by the Rev. R. C. Flockart., Mr. William Branson, of Greenock Creek, to Jerusha, daughter of the late Mr. William Tonkin, of St. Agnes, Cornwall. On Wednesday, the 4th August, at Salisbury, by the Rev. Mr. Boake, Arthur Russell, formerly of Wiltshire, England, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Joseph Lig- gett, Fair River, Dry Creek, formerly of County Tyrone, Ireland. On the 4th August, at Springfield, Strathalbyn, by the Rev. J. B. Austin, Mr. Richard Livett Lander, store- keeper, Strathalbyn, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. James Dawson, Strathalbyn. On the 7th August, at Mersham, Upper Dry Creek, the residence of Mr. T. Wright jun., by the Rev. J. C. Woods, B.A., Walter Vernon Herford, of Adelaide, solicitor, to Annie, third daughter of the late Dr. J. W. Macnee, of Durrasdale, St. Vincent, New South Wales, formerly of Glasgow. DIED. On the 11th July, Raimund Lickert, watchmaker, of Rundle-street, Adelaide. On the 14th July, Elizabeth, wife of W. H. Burford, Esq., M.P., aged 44 years. On the 14th July, suddenly, at his residence, Athel- stone, Mr. William Wilkinson, aged 49. On the 17th July, at Brighton, of bronchitis, after a short illness, Hedley Richards, youngest son of Mr. Pitt Cobbett, aged one year and three months. On the 17th July, at the residence of her father, Caroline, daughter of Mr. J. G. Witt, aged 28 years. On the 18th July, at Burnside, Horace Edwin, infant son of Mr. E. T. Smith, aged three months and ten days. On the 17th July, in his 39th year, highly respected and deeply regretted, Mr. George Kidman, of Glen Stuart, Fifth Creek, and formerly of Kelsall, Suffolk, England, leaving a wife and five children. On the 19th July, Edwin James, son of Mr. J. Young, printer, Port Adelaide, aged 14 months. On the 21st July, at Brighton, of bronchitis, after one day's illness, Herbert Montgomery, second son of Mr. Pitt Cobbett, aged four years and one month. On the 18th July, at Gottlieb's Wells, William, the youngest son, aged four years, and, on the 20th July, Ann, the youngest daughter, aged seventeen months, of Mr. Alexander McCulloch. On the 27th July, at Willunga, of apoplexy, Mr. Matthew Colvile, aged 41 years. On the 25th July, at Burnside, Frederic V. De Mole, Esq., aged 30. On the 6th July, at Brighton, of bronchitis, Jane, the youngest daughter of A. Baker, aged five weeks; also, on the 25th July, William Collins, the youngest son of A. Baker, aged two years and eight months; and, at the same hour, Ellen, second daughter of A. Baker, aged four years and ten months. On the 22nd July, at Roper-street, Adelaide, Mary Carmichael, of Glasgaw, Scotland, aged 29 years. On the 24th July, at his residence, near Woodville, Mr. Francis Littleton, late of Liverpool, England. On the 28th July, at Kent-terrace, Norwood, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. John Laven. On the 28th July, at the residence of his brother, North Kensington, aged 55, James Davis Williams, Esq., eldest son of the late Rev. Thomas Williams, Vicar of Preston Candover, Hampshire, England, and nephew of the late Rev. Daniel Williams, Vicar of Rumsey, in the same county. On Wednesday, March 10th, or following day, near Pernatty Creek, Mr. William Coulthard, of Angas Park, Nuriootpa, aged 38. Mr. Coulthard had gone out to the "far north" to look at a run, and left his two companions on Monday, the 8th, to search for water, which he never found. His remains were discovered by B. H. Babbage, Esq., June 15th, together with the canteen, the mournful inscription on which furnishes the supposed date of his decease. On the 21st July, of bronchitis, Catherine, aged 15 months, the only daughter, and on the 27th, John, aged 3 years, the only son of Mr. Colin Sinclair, of Truro. They were lovely and pleasant in their lives, and in their death they were not divided. On the 27th July, at Ward Farm, Chain of Ponds, Thomas, infant son of James and Ann Hooper, aged 4 months. On Sunday, the 11th July, at his residence, Yass, New South Wales, Moses Moses, aged 68, one of the oldest in- inhabitants of that township, deeply regretted and much respected by all who knew him. The deceased was the father of Mrs. T. G. Raphael, of Sydney, and brother of Mr. A. Moses, of Russell-square, London. On the 1st May, at Poplar, Blackwall, Mr. H. Hains, aged 80, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of rela- tives and friends. Deceased was father of Messrs. Hains, of Port Adelaide. On the 31st July, at Adelaide, George Charles Turner, of Hobart Town, in the 31st year of his age. On the 29th July, at Morphett Vale, Louisa, the widow of the late Rev. Thomas Waite. At Saltram, Glenelg, the residence of his son-in-law, J. B. Neales, Esq., M.P., William Williams, Esq., in the 83rd year of his age. On the 2nd August, after a lingering illness, William James, only son of Mr. Robert Poole, Currie-street west, aged one year and four days. On ths 20th July, at Adelaide, Mr. James Logan, aged 49, late of the Finniss. On the 2nd August, at the Albert Hotel, Alberton, Archibald, son of A. W. Fyffe, aged 13 days.