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F. Baron Rottenburg, coth ft.; Hon. C. Downing-street, ICE-ADMIRAL the Colville, 13th ft. ; F. C. White, ist foot
July 3, Hon. Sir Alex. For guards; G. Browne, 40th ft. ; L. Lindenrester Cochrane, K. B. governor and com thal, 97th ft. ; B. F. Bowes, 6th ft. ; R. mander in chief of the Island of Guada Coghlan, of the 14th garrison battalion; loupe, &c.
H. Fane, ist dragoon guards ; R. Bolton, Whitehall, July 14. Capt. R. Moorsom, 13th light dragoons ; R. Cheney, 1st. reg. R. N. Surveyor-general of the Ordnance. foot guards; G.Anson, 16th light dragoons ;
War-office, July 95. His Majesty has and K. A. Howard, Coldstream reg. foot been pleased to appoint Major-Generals guards—to be Major-Generals in the Army. P. Sinclair, W.0. Huddlestone, G. Fead, Lieutenant-Colonels G. Gosselin, halfJ. Sowerby, Sir T. Blomefield, bart. G. pay late 130th foot;' R. Lee, 63d ft. ; W. Mann, D. M'Donald, J. Pratt, F. Cham Alexander, 1st gar. batt. ; F. P. Robinson, pagné, J. Champagné, H. Calvert, G. half-pay 91st ft. ; C. Campbell, half-pay Cockburne, E. Dunne, J. Drummond, w. 132d ft. ; A. R. Dillon, half-pay 115th ft. ; Dowdeswell, A. Mackenzie, G. Moncriefte, D. Darroch, 56th ft.; J. Grey, half-pay T. Meyrick, T. Graham, C. Craufurd, G. 113th ft. ; F. Stewart, 1st Ceylon reg.; W. H. Vansittart, Hon. C. Fitzroy, and F. Tomlinson, 18th ft. ; J. Murray, 96th ft.; A. Hugonin-to be Lieutenant-Generals in Aylmer, half-pay 63th ft.; W. Say, halfthe Army.
pay 99th ft. ; J. Mackenzie, half-pay Rose Colonels F. Baron Decken, King's Ger and Cromarty fenc. ; E. Barnes, 46th ft. į man legion ; J. Ramsay, royal artillery ; H. Davis, 22d light dragoons; P. Riall, C. Danby, 54th foot; W. Balfour, 57th 15th ft. ; R. Campbell, half-pay Prince of ft. ; W. Wilkinson, 30th ft. ; H. T. Mon Wales's fencibles ; W. Brooke, 5th dratresor, 18th ft. ; A. Gledstanes, 57th ft. ; goon guards ; Hon. W. Ponsonby, 5th J. Hodgson, half-pay 131st ft. ; C. Steven dragoon guards ; T. Molyneux, half-pay son, York rangers; L. Bradshaw, 1st life 104th ft.; H, Baillie, half-pay Surrey ranguards; R. T. Nelson, half-pay of the late gers ; E. Macdounell, half-pay 105th ft.; Essex fencibles; G.W. R. Harcourt, 12th G. A. Armstrong, half-pay 96th ft. ; W. ft.; W. P. Ackland, Coldstream-guards ; Doran, 79th ft.; A. Fitzgerald, half-pay N. Nepean, half-pay late Banffshire fen 107th foot; B. Forbes, 80tb ft.; H. Smith, cibles ; J. Taylor, 12th ft.; M. Nightin- 27th ft ; W. Peachy, half-pay 108th ft.; gale, 69th ft. ; J. Hay ; W. Cockell, 5th J. Butler, royal invalid artillery ; W. loft. ; L. S. Orde, half-pay 132d ft. ; R. glis, 57th ft. ; C. Robinson, royal invalid Bingham, 3d ft.; J. Lee, half-pay late artillery ; J. Vincent, 49th ft. ; G. Lewis, 112th ft. ; H. Clinton, 1st foot-guards ; J. rayal invalid artillery; R. Lethbridge, halfSontag; E. W. L. Popham, half-pay Cam- pay 54th ft. ; W. F. Sprye, 77th ft.'; H. brian rangers; J. Dunlop, 59th ft. ; F.G. Proctor, 41st ft. ; J. Brown, royal staff Maclean, 37th ft.; W. Ker, half-pay loyal corps ; J. Walker, late royal Irish art. ; British fencibles; A. Campbell, York light w. Hutchinson, half-pay 12th garr. batt.; infantry volunteers ; H. F. Campbell, 1st D. Seddon, half-pay late 22d light drag. 5 foot-guards; W. Burnett, half-pay York G. R. Ainslie, 25th foot; J. Byng, 3d reg: hussars; R. Stewart, 432 ft.; Hon. W.C. foot-guards ; T. Brisbane, half-pay late Stewart, 18th light dragoons; A. Baron York rangers; R. O'Donovan, 6th dragoons į Veltheim, King's German legion, (with C. Neville, royal invalid artillery ; H. Cuytemporary rank only); G. Baron Bock, ler, 85th ft. ; Hon. T. W. Fermor, 3d reg. King's German legion, (with litto); T: foot guards ; J. Hall, half-pay 20th fi.; Trotter, royal artillery ; J. Smith, royal A. Halkett, New Brunswick fencibles; H. artillery ; W. Cuppage, royal artillery ; Swayne, late royal Irish artillery ; Hon. T. Seward, royal artillery, F. Laye, royal W. J. Gore, half-pay 9th ft. ; J. B. Skerartillery ; B. Willington, royal artillery ; rett, 47th ft. ; J. A. Stuart, half-pay 20th P. Du Plat, King's German legion, (with ft.; Hon. W. Fitzroy, balf-pay 85th ft.; temporary rank only); A. Baron Horn- Sir W. Kerr, kut. half-pay late 2d light stedt, King's German legion, (with ditto); dragoons ; D. Pack, 7 t'st ft. ; C. Griffiths, y. Baron Alten, King's German legion, half-pay antient Irish fencibles; Sir G. T. (with ditto); S. Baron Low, King's Ger Caleraft, knt. 3d drag.guards; Lord R.E.H. man legion, (with ditto); A. Baron Barsse, Somerset, 4th dragoons; H. P. Thomas, King's German legion, (with ditto); C. half-pay royal waggon 'train; Picton, Baron Alten, King's German legion, (with 12th ft. ; B. Travers, 56th ft. ; E. Scott, ditto); W. Grant, royal invalid artillery ; 96th ft. ; W, Mac Caskill, half-pay, late J. Croker, half-pay ; J. Hope, 60th ft. ; 92d ft.; G. Wilson; 39th ft.; J. Crougey, Sir M. Burgoyne, bart. half-pay 21st 72d ft. ; F. W. Buller, Coldstream reg. foot light dragoons; A. Cameron, 79th ft.; A. guards; J. R. Broadhead, balf-pay late Lord Blaney, 89th ft. ; Hon. S. Mahon, 121st ft. ; T. Bradford, 82d ft. ; T. G. 7th dragoon guards ; D. Hoghton, 8th ft.; Elrington, half-pay 115th ft. ; J. G. Clay, J. S. Wood, Sth light dragons ; D. O half-pay 24th light dragoons; W. LockMeara, half-pay 12th West India regt.; bart, 30th ft. ; A. C. Jackson, 67th ft ; R.
Ross, 20th ft. ; Hon. W. Blaquiere, half-pay ft.; F. W. Mulcaster, royal engineers ; Birmingham fencibles ; H. G. Barry, 15th T. Murphy, 5th West India reg. ; S. G. ft. ; T. Browne, 69th ft. ; L. de Watteville, Adye, royal'art: ; R. O'F. Friend, 41st ft.; Watteville's reg. ; J. Lambert, 1st reg. and A. Clarke, 40th ft. ;-to be Majors in foot guards; J. W. Gordon, royal African
the Army. corps ; M. Head, 13th light dragoons ; J. Staff - To be Aides-de-Camp to the Faller, Coldstream reg. foot guards; M. 'King, Col. H. Davies, 22d light dragoons ; Power, 32d ft.; A. Gordon, 67th ft. ; T.G. Col. D. Pack, 71st ft. ; Col. Lord R. E. H. Montresor, 22d light dragoons ; M. C. D. Somerset. 4th dragoons ; Col. G. Wilson, Griffith, 1st reg. foot guards; R. Darling, 39th ft. ; Col. 1. W. Buller, Coldstream 5fst ft. ; W. H. Campbell, 31st ft.; J. F. guards; and Col. R. Ross, 20th ft. Kelly, Ist reg. foot guards; G. Horsford, sulmiralty-office, July 31. This day, in 18th ft. ; R. Marriott, 24th ft. ; L. Mac- pursuance of the King's pleasure, the folQuarrie, 73d ft. ; S. Gibbs,'59th ft. ; and H. lowing Flag-officers of His Majesty's feet Taylor, Coldstream reg. foot guards-to were promoted; viz. be Colonels in the Army.
Adinirals of the White - Skeffington Lieutenant-Colonels Sir R. T. Wilson Litwidge, esq. ; Geo. Montagu, esq. ; knt. 20th light dragoons ; M. Lord Aylmer, Right Hon. Geo. Lord Keith, K. B. ; Jas. Coldstream foot guards—to be Aides-de- Pigott, esq. ; Right Hon. Win. Lord RadCamp to the King.
stock ; Thomas Mackenzie, esq.; and Sir Majors W. Armstrong, 65th ft.; J. Kear- Roger Curtis, bart.---to be Admirals of ney, 2d dragoon guards; E. J. O'Brien, the Red. half-pay Princess Charlotte of Wales's Admirals of the Blue--William Young, fencibles; J. Cooke, half-pay 28th dra- eaq.; Right Hou. James Lord Gambier ; goons ; T. Forster, half-pay York hussars; Philip Patton, esq. ; Sir Charles Morice €. De Vogelsang, Roll's reg. ; J. Duns. Pole, bart, ; John Leigli Douglas, esq. ; more, half-pay late 10th garr. batt; J. D, William Swiney, esq. ; Charles Edmund Morgan, half pay 5th ft. ; J. Le Mesurier, Nugent, esq. ; Charles Powell Hamilton, half-pay 17th ft. ; R. Gore, half-pay York esy. ; Edmund Dod, esq. ; Sir Charles fusileers ; A. Stewart, half-pay 4th ft. ; Cotion, bart. ; John Thoinas, esq. ; Jas. Hon. D. G. Hallyburton, half-pay Corsican Brine, esq.; Sir Erasın us Gower, knt; rangers ; Hon. J. Ramsay, half-pay Clan John Holloway, esq. ; and Geo. Wilson, alpine fencibles; J. F. Brown, 28th ft. ; esc;:-to be Adinirals of the White. J. A. Fargnarson, 25th ft; G. Robertson, Vice Admirals of the Red Sir Charles Canadian fencibles ; R. Owen, half-pay Henry Knowles, bart. ; Hon. Thos. Pau. 5th garr. batt. ; Hon. H. A. B. Craven, kenham; Rob. Deans, esq.; Jas. Hawkins half-pay independents; W. Campbell, Whitshed, esq. ; Arthur' Kempe, esq. i 78th ft. ; C. Macquarie, 4201 ft. ; C. Hill, Sinith Child, esq. ; Thos. Taylor, esq. i 50th ft.; J. M.Dougal, half-pay 27th ft.; Sir John Thomas Duckworth, K. B.; Sir A. G. Norcott, 95th ft. G. Evans, 2d West Robert Calder, bart. ; Hon. Geo. Cran. India reg. ; C. Bruce, 39th ft. ; N. Green, field Berkeley ; Thos. West, esq. ; Jas. half-pay 35th ft. ; J. F. Fitzgerald, 60th Douglas, esą. ; Peter Aplin, esq.; Henry A.; C. Hicks, 24th ft. ;. D. Macbean, 89th Savage, esq. ; Bartholomew Sam. Rowley, ft.; J. Shortall, late royal Irish artillery; esq. ; Sir Richard Bickerton, bart. ; and R. Legge, late royal Irish art. ; R. Crau- Geo. Bowen, esq.-to be Admirals of the ford, late royal Irish art. ; A. Macleod, Blue. 59th foot; M.J. Dusaure, chasseurs Bri Vice Admirals of the White Robert tanniques ; A.C. Zweiffel, Meuron's reg.; Montagu, esq.; John Fergusson, esq; D. Rattray, 1st ft.; W. Carden, 25th light Edw. Edwards, esq ; and Sir John Borlase dragoons ; c. Tudor, royal waggon train; Warren, bart. and K. B. to be Admiral J. Erskine, 48th ft. ; A. B. Clifton, 3d dra- of the Blue. goon guards; W. Marlay, 3d West India Vice Admirals of the White--Edward reg. ; and E. Missett, half-pay Sth garr. Tyrrel Smith, esq. ; Sir Thomas Graves, batt.--to be Lieutenant-Cols. in the Army. K. B. ; Thomas Macnamara Russel, esq.;
Captains C. Keane, royal art.; R. Buck- Sir Henry Trollope, knt. ; Sir Henry Ed. Der, royal art. ; H. Evelegh, royal art. wyn Stanhope, bart. ; Robert M‘Douall, A. Maclachlan, 69th ft.; W. Parke, 2d esq. ; Billy Douglas, esq. ; John Wickey, ft.; A. Rumpler, 60th ft. ; C. De la H. esq. ; John Fish, esq. ; John Knight, esq. ; Bouverie, 60th foot; G. Braun, 60th ft. ; Edw. Thornborough, esq. ; Sampson EdR. S. Brough, royal art. ; C. C. Bingham, wards, esq. ; Geo. Campbell, esq. ; Henry royal art.; G. Muttlebury, 69th ft.; R. Frankland, esq. ; Arthur Phillip, esq. i Kelly, 47th fl.; J. Dyer, royal art. ; J. and Sir William Geo. Fairfax, knt.--to be Miller, 68th ft. G. W. Barr, 32d ft.; T. Vice Admirals of the Red. Cafên, 5th West India reg. ; D. B. Davies, Vice Adinirals of the Blue--Sir James 100th ft. ; A. Bredon, royal art. ; R. W. Saumarez, bart, and K. B. ; Thos. Drury, Mills, 45th ft.; J. Marsden, 11th ft.; W. esq. ; Albemarle Bertie, esq. ; Right Hon. H. Ford, royal engineers; H. Edgar, 934 Wm. Earl of Northesk, KB. ; James
Vashon, esq. ; Thos. Wells, esq. ; and Johy Laugharne, esq. ; Wm. Harguod, Sir Edw. Pellew, bart.--to be Vice Ad- . csq. ; Geo. Gregory, esq.; John Ferrier, mirals of the Red.
esq. ; Rich. Incledon Bury, esq. ; Robert Vice Admirals of the Blue-Sir Isaac Moorsom, esq. ; Sir Charles Hamilton, Coffin, bart. ; John Aylmer, esq. ; Sain. bart. ; Hon. Henry Curzon ; Lawrence Osborn, esq. ; Rich. Boger, esq. ; John W'm. Halsted, esq. ; Edw. Oliver Osborn, Child Purvis, esq. ; Theophilas Jones, esq.; esq. ; Sir llarry Neale, bart. ; Sir Joseph Wm. Domett, esq. ; Win. Wolseley, esq.; Sidney Yorke, kot.; Hon. Arthur Kaye John Manley, esq. ; Geo. Murray, esq. ; Legge; Francis Fayerman, esq. ; Right. John Sutton, esq. ; Rob. Murray, esq. ; Hon. Geo. Earl of Galloway ; Thos. FranHon. Sir Alex. Cochrane, K. B.; and John cis Fremantle, esq. ; Sir Francis Laforey, Markham, esq.--to be Vice Admirals of bart. ; Philip Charles Durham, esq.; and the Wbite.
Israel Pellew, esq.-to be Rear Admirals Rear Admiral of the Red-Charles Stis. of the Blue. ling, esq. --to be Vice Adm. of the White. The King has been pleased to appoint
Rear Admirals of the Red-Henry D’Es Benj. Hallowell, esq.; Geo. Johnstone terre Darby, esq. ; Edward Bowater, esq. ; Hope, esq. ; the Right Hon. Lord Amelius George Palmer, esq.; Wm. O'Bryen Dru Beauclerk; and James Nicoll Morris, ry, esq. ; William Essington, esq. ; John esqı-to be Colonels in His Majesty's M.Dougall, esq.; James Alms, esq.; Eliab Royal Marine Forces, in the room of Wm. Harvey, esq. ; Sir Edmund Nagle, knt. ; Hargood, esq. ; Rob. Moorsom, esq. ; Sir
John Wells, esq. ; Rich. Grivdalt, esq.; Charles Hamilton, bart. ; and the Hon. and Geo. Martin, esq.-to be Vice Adini Heary Curzon--appointed Flag-officers of rals of the Blue.
His Majesty's fleet. Rear Admirals of the Red-Sir Richard War-office, July 25. His Majesty has John Strachan, bart. and K. B.; Sir Win. been pleased to proinote the following Sidney Smith, knt. ; Thos. Sotheby, esq.; Oficers of the Royal Marines, as underNathan Brunton, esq. ; Wm. Hancock mentioned ; viz. Kelly, esq. ; John Schank, esq. ; and Colonel--Andrew Burn, to be a Major Hon. Michael De Courcy--to be Vice Ad General in the Army. mirals of the Blue.
Captains-Paul Hunt; Ephraim Bom ! Rear Admirals of the White-Wm. Ben ford ; B. Dickenson ; Geo. Wolfe ; and tinck, esq. ; Paul Minchin, esq. ; Philip Win. Barry-to be Majors in the Army. D'Auvergne, Prince of Bouillon; and John War-office, Aug. 4. His Majesty has Hunter, esq.-to be Vice Admirals of the beeo pleased to appoint the undermeuBlue.
tioned Officers of the East India ComRear Admirals of the White-Francis pany's forces, to take rank by Brevet in Pender, esq. ; Wm. Albany Otway, esq. ; His Majesty's Army in the East Indies Geo. Lumsdaine, esq. ; Sir Samuel Hood, only, as follows: bart. and K. B. ; Henry Nicholls, esq. ; Colonels s. Richardson, H. Oakes, E. Herbert Sawyer, esq. ; Davidge Gould, Trapaud, D. M`Neile, T. Marshall, C. esq. ; Sir Rich. Goodwin Keats, K. B.; Reynolds, W. Kinscy, T. Bowser, B. Close, Rob. Devereux Fancourt, esq. ; Sir Edw. H, Stafford, J. Morris, P. Powell, R. Phil. Buller, bart.; Hon. Rob. Stopford; Mark lips, R. Bruce, H. C. Palmer, R.. Blair, Robinson, esq.; Thos. Revell Shivers, esq.; A. Kyd-to be Major Generals. Francis Pickmore, esq. ; John Stephens Lieutenant Colonels N. Carnagie, J. Hall, esy. ; and John Dilkes, esq.-to be Horsford, J. Gordon, T. S. Bateman, R. Rear Admirals of the Red.
Bell, T. Clarke, W. H. Blachford, M. Rear Admirals of the BlueWm. Lech- Grant, J. Baillie, W. Williamson, A. Dismere, esq. ; Thos. Foley, esq. ; Charles ney, J. Brunton, J. Cuppage, R. Lang, Tyler, esq. ; and Rob. Carthew Reynolds, H. P. Lawrence, H. White, G. Martindell, esq.--to be Rear Admirals of the Red. C. Rumley, G. S. Brown, W. D. Fawcett,
Rear Admiral of the Blue-Rob. Wat and H. Woodington—to be Colonels. son, esq. ; Rt. Hon. Alan Hyde Lord Gard Captains P. Littleton, J. M. Stewart, G. Der ; Manley Dixon, esq. ; Geo. Losack, Eagle, M. Macnamara, W. Sturrock, A. esq.; Wm.Mitchell, esq. ; Geo.Hart, esq.; Fraser, J. Anderson, J. D. Sherwood, L. Thos. Bertie, esq. ; Rowley Bulteel, esq. ; B. Morris, R. Berrie, T. Hill, G. Fuller, Wm. Lake, esq.; Isaac Geo. Manley, esq. ; G. Mason, T. Maran, R. Spottiswoode, F. John Osborn, esq. ; Edın. Crawley, esq. ; Drummond, A. Macleod, E. W. Butler, Charles Boyles, esq.; Sir Thos. Williams, G, Hickman, N. Cambridge, D. H. Dalton, knt. ; Thos. Hamilton, esq. ; Sir Thomas G. Pennington, A. Campbell, H. Jacques, Boulden Thompson, bart. ; and Geo. A. Green, M. Macleod, A. Maxwell, J. Countess, esq.--to be Rear Admirals of Mouat, R. Stevenson, D. Robertson, J. M. the White.
Johnson, J. Meiler, Sir T. Ramsay, J. And the undermentioned Captains were Taylor, R. Hetzler, C. Brown, H. Greene, also appointed Flag-officers of His Ma A. N. Mathews, W. Hopper, T. Anburey, jesty's fleet, viz.
and T. Wood to be Majors.
Foreign-office, July 27. J. Parke, esq.
MARRIAGES. Consul in the Island of Iceland,
T Swindon, Wilts (under the Queen’s-palace; Aug. 8. Right Hon. Ri 10. sanction of the High Court of chard Lord Chetwynd, one of the Clerks Chancery) the Rev. George Garlicking of of the Privy Council, vice Sir Stephen Cot- Painswick, to Miss Smith, dau, of the late terell, who retires.
John S. esq, of that place.
16. Robert Marriot, esq. of Brook-hall, BIRTHS.
Northamptonshire, to Dorothy, 2d dau. of Ju T the Castle of Nymphenberg, George Appleby, esg. of Barrow, co. 21. the Queen of Bavaria, a dau. Lincoln.
27. At Mount Browne, Ireland, the 23. Mr. Robert Hesselwood, manager seat of the Right hon. Denis Browne, the of J. K. Pickard's, esq. lead-works in Hull, wife of John Cạtor, esq. of Beckenham to Miss Firth, dau. of Mr. F. of Patrington, place, Kent, a dau.
25. By special licence, John Henry 28. At Denham-green, the Hon. Mrs. Smyth, esq. eldest son of the Right hon. Erskine, of Cardross, a son.
John S. of Heath, to Sarah Caroline, se29. The wife of Mr. Charles Philip Ga coud dail, of the late Henry Ibbetson, esq. labin, of the Union Fire-office, Cornhill, of St. Anthony's, Cumberland, a dau.
26. Rev. John Beresford, eldest son of 31. In Hill-street, the wife of George the Hon. and most reverend his Grace Baring, esq, a son.
the Lord Archbishop of Tuam, to the only Lately, At Addington, Scotland, Lady daughter and heiress of the late Robert Harriet Mitchell, sister to His Grace the Horseley, esq, late of Bolam, Northumb. Duke of Beaufort, a dau.
30. Mr. Wm, Mortimer, surgeon, to In Bloomsbury-square, the wife of Peter Miss Mansel, dau, of the late Robert M. Blackburn, esq. a dau.
of Glamorganshire, esq. and cousin of the Lady Harriet Bagot, a son.
present Bishop of Bristol, In Upper Grosvenor-street, the wife of 31. Jobn Downe, esq. eldest son of Ri. Horace Beckford, esq. of Stapleton, Dor chard D. esq. banker, of Bartholomew, set, a son.
lane, to Anne, eldest dau. of Thos. Mor. At Stoke Rochford, the wife of Edmund timer Kelson, esą. Turnor, esq. a son.
Paul Methuen, esq. of Corsham-house, Aug. 1. At Brighton, the wife of the Hon. Wilts, to the eliest daughter of the late Edward Joinn Turmour, youngest son of the Sir Henry Paulett St. John Mildmay, bart. Earl of Winterton, a dau. still-born.
Rev. Robinson Elsdale, 2d master of 4. At Henham-hall, Suffolk, Lady Rous, Manchester free grammar-school, to Ma. a son.
rianne, eldest dau. of Rev. Wm. Leeves, In Duchess-street, Portland-place, the rector of Wrington, Somerset. wife of Dr. Crotch,, of twin daughters. Lately, Rev. John Whittington, rector
5. At Clanville-lodge, near Andover, of Cold Aston, Gloucestershire, to Eliza. the wife of Brownlow Mathew, esq, a son, þeth, relict of John Reincker Kater, esq.
8. At Ramsgate, Lady Frances Bucha of Bristol. pan Riddell, of Riddell, a son.
Thomas Ovey, jun. esq. of Mount At Edinburgh, Lady Anne Wharton Pleasant, Reading, to Eliza youngest Puff, a dau.
dau, of M, Slater, esq. of Walworth, 11. At the house of John Ley, esq. St. Sir Wm. Pole, of Shute-house, Devon, Margaret-street, Westminster, Lady Fran bart. to Miss Charlotte Frazer. ces Ley, a dau.
Edward Stracey, esq. of Parliamento At Dalhousie-castle, the Countess of street, to Miss Brooksbank, heiress of the Dalhousie, a dan, still-born.
late Win. B. esq. of Beach, co. Chester. 14. At Oalfield-house, East Lothian, At Edinburgh, Dr. Brewster, to Julia, Mrs. Wallace, a son.
youngest dan. of the late Jas. Macpherson, At Louth, the wife of Rev. T. H. C. esq. M. P. of Bellirico-house, Scotland. Orme, a son.
At Stone, co. Glouc. Geo. Bourne, esq: 18. At Weap-house, near Exeter, the 85th foot, late of Skendleby Thorpe,.co. lady of Sir J. T. Duckworth, a son. Lincoln, to Mrs. Bulkeley, only dan. of
At Exeter barracks, Lady Isabella de the late Win. Paty, esq. of Bristol. Chabot, the lady of the Viscomte de C. Rev. Rich. Dods, rector of Fleet, Linmajor in the 9th light dragoons, son of colnshire, to Miss Stanger, of Fleet. Comte de. Tarnac, a son, Her Jadyship Rev. Edw. Whitby, to Mary, 2d dau. is fourth sister to His Grace the Duke of of the late Benj. Way, esq. of Denham. Leinster.
place, Bucks. 21. At Sir F. Baring's, Lee, Kent, the Rev. D. Prothero, rector of Landilo;wife of Tho. Road Kempe, of Herstmon- Carmarthenshire, to Miss Watkins, dau. ceaux-castle, Sussex, a son and heir. of Thos.W.esq. of Highway, near Swansea.
34. At Rolleston, Staffordshire, the lady Rev. Thos. Slater, rector of Wilby, of Sir Oswald Mosley, bart, M. P. a dau. Notts, to Miss Luck, of Overstone.
Lieut.-col. Pierce to Miss Lester. of Ewan kaw, esq. and niece of Lord El
Rev. W. C. Clack, rector of Moreton- lenborouga. hampstead, to Miss Naylor, of Coombe 14. At Northfieet, Benj. Sharpe, esq. of Royal, Kingsbridge, Devon.
Fleet-street, banker, to Anne, eldest dau. Rev. B. Lamley, rector of Dalby, York of Benj. Kennet, esq. shire, to Miss-Bennett, dau. of the late At Aldenham, Herts, Story, esq. John B. esq. of Barton, Lincolnshire. to Mrs. Amherst, widow of the late John
Martin Diederich Rucker, esq. of Up A. of Kent, esq. and one of tbe daughters per Thames-street, to Sarah, 2d dau.
of Caleb Lomax, esq. of J. Evans, esq. of Walworth.
15. At Ufford, Suffolk, Christopher Mr. C. Holder, of Nailsea, to Miss Cary, Armstrong, esq. to Sarah, second dau. of dau. of M. Cary, esq. of Kingston, with Rev. Jacob Chillon, rector of Eyke. a fortune of 30,0001.
At Godmanchester, Huntingtonshire, Lieut. col. Walsh, to the widow of C. at 2 o'clock P. M. by the Rev. Simon LepHopkins, esq.
seker, Mr. Jonas Lazarus, silversmith and J. C. Winder, esq. of East Lenham, to jeweller, of Lincoln, to the beautiful and Frances, dan. of the late Rob. Harrison, accomplished Miss Rosceia Naiban, dau. of esg. of Acton-hall, Charing, Kent. Mr. M. L Nathan, silversmith and jeweller,
Rev. E. W. Ingram, rector of Stanford, of the former place. The marriage cere. Worcestershire, to Miss J. Onslow, 21 dau. mony was performed in Mr. Nathan's garof the very reverend the Dean of Wor- den, in the presence of a numerous comcester.
pany of Jews and Christians (at least 200 Henry Patterson, jun. esq. to Anna persons), under an elevated canopy supeldest dau: of Sir Thos. Turton, bart. M.P. ported by four youths. A band of musick,
Rev. Charles Mosey, rector of South- playing a grand martial air, preceded the wick, Hants, to Charlotte, eldest dau.' of bridegroom, who was attended by the Francis Fownes Luttrell, esq.
bride's father and grandfather : some thoiRichard Curran, esq. eldest son of the nutes after, th y were followed by the Right hon. John P. c. master of the rolls bride (veiled), attended by her motlier and in Ireland, to Mrs. Wiysel, of York-place. grandmother. Four green wax tapers were
The Hon. Thos. Mullins, 2d son of the burning during the ceremony. The bride Right hon. Lord Ventry, to Mrs. Arcber, was led several times round the bridedau. of Mrs. Reader, of Brunswick-square, groom; and the ring was put on tbe foreand widow of the late Major-gen. Archer. finger of her left hand, where it remained
August 1. Wm. Bolland, ésq. of the till the next day, and was then placed on Middle Temple, to Elizabeth, third dau. the usual finger appropriated for that purof John Bolland, esq. of Clapham.
pose. At the conclusion, a glass was 2. Rev. Edw. Allen, son of Wm. A. esq. handed round to the happy couple and of Lewisham, to Anne, the youngest dau. their relations, out of which they all of John St. Barbe, esq. of Blackheath. drank; it was then laid under the bride
Rev. John Cholmeley, rector of Brandis- groom's feet, and by him stamped to ton, Norfolk, to Selina Eliza, third dau. pieces. After the ceremony, a large party of Richard Puller, esq.
of their friends sat down to a handsome Rev. Wm. Hammersley, vicar of Ches.. dinner provided for the occasion. wardine, Salop, to Constantia, second dau. 16. J. Egerton, esq. of Gray's-inn, tó of the Rev. Dr. Davenport, rector of Bard- Mrs. Forbes, dau. of the late Col. Sir John well, aud minister of Sapiston, Suffolk. Cumming, and widow of Arthur Forbes, esq.
4. Lieut.-gen. Sir David Baird, bart. Evelyn John Shirley, esq. of Eatington, K. B. to Miss Preston Campbell.
Warwickshire, to the only dau. of Arthur 6. At Woodford, Michael Henry Perce Stanhope, esq; yal, esm. to the eldest dau. of Sir Charles 18. Mr. Robert Wm. Herring, of FleetFlower, bart.
street, to Miss Morgan, dau. of Mr. Joha Robert Foster Grant, esq. to Mary M. of Ludgate-hill. Slade, only dau, of Nathanael Dalton, John Guise, esq. of Lower Grosvenor. esq, of Stranks-house, Somersetshire. place, to Maria, 24 dau. of the late Rich. 9. At Snarestone, George Moore, jun.
Westmacott, esq. osq. of Appleby, to the only dau. of Johre 19. Hon. Philip Sydney Pierrepoint, Drummond, esq. of Snareston-ball, Leicest. youngest son of the Earl Marvers, to
John Clarke, of Wigston-hall, co. Leic. Georgina, only dau. of the late H. G. esq. to Catharine Martha, eldest dau. of Browne, esq. of Imley-park, NorthampThomas Baddeley, of Newport, Salup, esq. tonshire, and widow of the late Pryce Ed
11. At Barton under Needhain, Staf wards, esq. of Talgrath, co. Merioneth, fordshire, George Birch, esq. of Blaken 21. Rev. Benj. Maddock, B. A. to Miss hall, to the only dau. of Thos. Cockayne, Walker, dau. of the late Rev. Dr. W. of esq. of Ickleford-house, Herts.
Leicester. 13. At Little Horsted, Sir George Clark, 27. Visc. Falmouth to Anne Frances, bart. of Penniwick, to Maria, second dau. eldest dau. of Henry Bankes, esq.