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ALLEN. —On the 13th inst., at 4 Lee terrace, Drum-
mond street, Carlton, the wife of B. Allen of a son.
Both doing well.
CROUCH. —On the 19th inst., at Dickens street, St.
Kilda, Mrs. T. J. Crouch of a son.
EDWARDS. —On the 18th inst., at Rosslyn-cottage,
West Melbourne, the wife of Edward Edwards, jun., of a daughter.
GREENLEESE. —On the 10th inst., at 191 King-street,
the wife of J. H. Greenleese of a daughter.
McLEAN. —On the 12th inst., at Park-hill road, Kew,
the wife of William McLean of a daughter.
MACMURTRIE. —On the 15th inst, at South Yarra, the
wife of William Macmurtrie of a daughter.
McLEOD. —On the 21st February, at Belgravia-terrace,
King street, the wife of D. McLeod of a daughter.
MOAD. —On the 12th inst., at Richmond-terrace, Rich-
mond, the wife of Mr. Jonathan Moad of a daughter. MOSES. —On the 17th inst., at 70 Spring-street, the
wife of Markus Moses of a daughter.
OTTAWAY. —On the 19th inst., at Brighton, the wife of
Thos. W. Ottaway of a son.
BISMIRE-MUIR. —On the 18th inst., at the residence
of the bride's father, Fitzroy, by the Rev. James Ballantyne, Alfred Thomas Bismire, Carlton, to Annie Scott, eldest daughter of Mr. John Muir.
BATTEN-SHEPPARD. —On the 11th inst., at the resi-
dence of the bride's mother, 88 Spencer-street, West Melbourne, by the Rev. W. Batten, of Traralgon, brother of the bridegroom, Persian, second son of Joseph Batten, Esq., of Dudley street, to Kate Eliza, eldest daughter of the late John A. Shepherd, Esq., both of this city.
DERHAM-SWALLOW. —On the 13th inst., at St. Peter's
Church, by the Rev. Canon Handfield, Frederick Thomas Derham to Fannie, second daughter of Thomas Swallow, Esq., J.P., Sandridge.
DAWSON-GAY. —On the 17th inst., by the Rev. Mr.
Anderson, Walter Claude, youngest son of the late Thomas Dawson, contractor, of Melbourne, to Florina Ann, eldest daughter of Joseph Gay, Fitzroy, No cards. Home papers please copy.
GIBSON-STUART. —On the 18th inst., at 9 Granite-
terrace, Fitzroy, by the Rev. Robert Hamilton, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, David Gibson, Flour Mills, Carlton, to Helen Scott, second daughter of James Stuart, Esq., Fowlis Easter, Perthshire, Scotland.
SYMONDS- HARTRICK. —On the 15th inst., at Warran-
dyte, by the Rev. A. W. Cresswell, Samuel, third son of Edw. S. Symonds, Esq., Under-treasurer, to Jane, eldest daughter of Geo. S. Hartrick, Esq.,
late of Walhalla.
BARNETT. —On the 10th inst., at 23 Gore street,
Fitzroy, Mr. John Barnett, aged 61, late of Swan- ston-street, beloved father of Mrs. Joseph Thompson and Mrs. Isaac Coleman, of this city. Adelaide and Sydney papers please copy. Friends please accept
CAMPBELL. —On the 18th inst., at Octavia-street, St.
Kilda, Madeline Gertrude, only daughter of the late Major Norman Campbell, H.M. 22nd Regiment, late registrar-general of Victoria, aged 35.
FAWCETT. —On the 17th inst., at Hillside, Punt road,
South Yarra, Mabel, the daughter of Alexander Lindsay Fawcett, aged 13 months.
HOUGH. —On the 18th inst, at the residence of his
son-in-law, T. W. Orwin, Taradale, Sidney Smith Hough, of Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, Eng- land, and late of Victoria Arcade, Melbourne, aged 62. Home papers please copy.
MACADAM. —On the 15th inst., at Melbourne, of
typhoid fever, William John Macadam, aged 23, the son of Colonel James Macadam, of Bedford,
MARTIN. —On the 10th inst., at the residence of his
son-in-law, No. 2 Albion-street, South Yarra, William Martin, late of Cornwall, England, in the 79th year of his age.
WILSON. —On the 18th inst., at Portland, Jane Kent,
eldest daughter of David and Elizabeth Ann Wilson, Sydney Hotel, Melbourne, aged three years and two