IHRTIIS MARRIAGES and DEATHS. BIRTHS. On tlie Cth in«t. nt Canning-street, the wife of .Mr. William Abbott, of a daugh ter. On tbe 7th inst., at her residence, Tamar Hotel, East Tamar, Mrs. William John ston, of a daughter. On the 6th inst., at Dcloraiue, Mm. F. Young, of a daughter. At Macquarie Plains, on Thursday, the let inst, the wife of the Jler. Xhomat Garrard,of ttfion.
MARRIAGES. On the fitb ins(., by (he l.'cv., Jn'in-s Lindsay. Mr. Thomas Collings, lirM mui of Mr. John Collings, Miirjjirel-stivui. lo Mary Wilson. ymnwt liii-ijli.^-i- i.!' Mr. W. Wilson, ol' LaiinaMiiu. On thcfitli October ISG'iJi.v sp-juinl licrncc. at tbe residence of tbe luide's father, by the Kcv. Chan. Price, Mr W. Jobson, to Margaret, second -lKUj-htcr of Mr. John McArthur, 5^ytteltou-strts;t, LaunceH tou At liutliwell, on October 1st, at tbe resi dence o(' the bride's father, liy the Rev. John Riiberlsoii, Mr. John White, to Mary, oldest daughter of Mr. Richard Allen. On the Cth Oct., by tbe Rev. W. Kicbol con, D.D., Reynolds Wall, of the Middle Temple, E«q., barrister-at-law, to Louisa Emily, third daughter of Thomas Brown, Eaij., of Itobart Town, Tasmania. DEATHS. On the 6th October. after a long and pain full illness, John Grey Coulson, of the Red Lion Inn, Liverpool-street, Hobart Town, aged 57 years On Tuesday . Oct., fitb at her residence. It4iw.-ll-htri.-et. Sandy liay, alter a Ion;; and )iiiiilul illness,' Hannah Baldwin. a,'ed 70 years. On the Cth inst.. nt tbe River Don, Tas mania, Edith Leroy, infant daughter of E. Cummings Esq., ajred 7 months. On the Cth inst., nt the residence of his Foii-in-Uw, Mr. James Hailey, Battery Point, Hobart Town, Mr. Isaac Henry Nelson, in lbe 74th year of his age. — Duncdiu pa|iLTS please copy. Oct., 7t.li. at her residence, l'ca Tree, nrar Hryhton, after a lon^ and painful ill ness, Mary, the beloved wife of Henry Phillips, aged 63 years