BARRETT -On the 12th Inst, at 16 Bank-street west.
Emerald-hill, the wife of J. Barrett, Esq., surgeon, of a daughter.
CARR -At her residence, Skenc-, Newtown,
Geelong, Mrs. Carr of a son.
JACOBS -On tho 11th inst, at Raglan-terrace, Robe—
street, St. Kilda, the wife of Mr. I. Jacobs of a
ANDERSON - MARTIN -On tho 10th inst, at Colling-
wood, by the Rev. Jas. Caldwell, W. S. Anderson, Ravenswood, Sandhurst, to Margaret Kelly Martin, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
BOYES - HILL -On tho 11th inst., at St John's
Church, by special licence, by tho Rev. J. Barlow, John Boyes, of Heathcotoe, to Mary, only daughter or Isaac Hill, of Sheffield, Yorkshire, England.
GRIFFITHS - TABLEY -On the 12th inst, at Chalmer's
Church, East Melbourne, by the Rev. Dr. A. Cairns, Captain Evan Griffithss (barque William Watson), of Cemnes, Anglesey, N. Wales, to Charlotte Tabley, of Liang ?ed, same county, relicit, of the late Mr. Jno. Tabley, Liverpool. Homo papers please copy.
LITTLE - RICHARDSON -On the 12th inst, at North
Melbourne, by licence, by the Rev. Joseph Dare, Mr. John Little, compositor, to Mrs. Elizabeth Hannah Richardson, relict of the late Mr. Wm. Henry Richardson, of Brunswick.
MARSHALL-AUSTIN -On the 11th inst, at Kew, by
tho Rev. Dr. Cairns. John Marshall, merchant, Mel- bourne, to Mary, elder daughter of Thomas Austin, Esq, Clifton-villa, Cotham-road, Kew.
REID-SYNNOT.-On tho 10th, inst., at St. Paul's
Church, Geelong, by the Rev. Astley Cooper, David Boswell Reid, M.R.C.S., surgeon to the Geelong Hospital, oldest son of D. B. Reid, Esq, M D , F.R.S.E., formerly of Edinburgh, and late Professor of Physiology in the University of Madison. U.S., to Mary Jane Cumberland, oldest daughter of George Synnot, Esq., of Fernside. No cards.
RICHMOND-PUTWAIN -On the 1st inst, by special licence at Christ Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. D.
Seddon, M.A., John, son of Andrew Richmond, manufacturer, Hamilton, Scotland, to Marion Put- warn, daughter of Edward Cording, Wellington, New Zealand, and late of'Keut,- England. No cards.. Scotch newspapers please copy.
Godfrey - On the 11th inst, at Boort-cottage,
Brighton, Frederic John Race, eldest son of Frederic Race Godfrey, Esq., aged eight years and three
M'INTOSH -On tho 12th Inst, at Stoke-street,Sand-
ridge, Margaret, relict of the late William M'Intosh, and sister to Mrs. Thomas Swallow, of Sandridge, aged thirty-four years.. Quebec papers please copy.
An English Cheer -.No men on earth can cheer like Englishmen, who do so rally one another's blood and spirit when they cheer in earnest, that the stir is like the rush of their'whole history, with all its standards waving at once, from Saxon Alfred's down-