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Ward, Rev. Arthur R, M. A., Vicar of St. Clement's, Cambridge. -25. Whitbread, Lady Mary, of Rutland
Williams-Freeman, William Peere, Esq., Clapton, Northamptonshire, formerly in Diplomatic Service.-18. OCTOBER.
Gower, Robert Frederic, Esq., oft
architect and archaeologist.-14. Gunning, Thomas Wyatt, Esq.,
barrister-at-law -14. Hawkins, John Gurney, Esc, of Hitchin -17.
Browne, Dr James Collis, St. Law-Hay, the Hon. Francis George, second son of the Eari and Countess of Kinnoull.-11.
Buxton, Elizabeth, Dowager Lady.28.
Hooper, the Rev. Charles John, M.A., Hornby, William Henry. J.P. and LL.D, D.C.L.-28.
Ferrers, Marmion Edward, J P. and D L., senior coheir of the barony of Ferrers, of Chartley.-23. Knightley, the Rev. Henry Charles, formerly Vicar of Combrooke.-14. Medley, Major-Gen. Julius George, RE, formerly Consulting Engi-Jones,
neer Governm-nt of India.-12 Otway. Captain Cecil Alfred Tufton, of Newcastle Court, Radnorshine,
J.P. and D.L.-18
Roy, Mr. EA, Ass-Keeper of Printed
Sr Robert Richard
Bagot, the Rev. Charles W..
Bates, William, Esq, surgeon of
Berrington, the Rev. William Morgan
Davies, J.P., Rector of Noltoncum-Roch, Pembrokeshire.-21. Bingley, Henry, Esq., of Higham, Essex, J.P. 22.
Blake, Admiral Patrick John,
Browne, Walter Raleigh, Esq.,
D.L., formerly M.P for Blackburn. Hughes, the Rev Henry Hunter, B D., formerly Fellow and Tutor Charles H. Esq, J.P, four of St. John's, Cambridge.-4. times Mayor of Huddersfield. Keane, Charlotte Maria, Dowager Lady.-8.
Leigh, the Hon. Gilbert Henry Chandos, M.A., M.P. for South Warwickshire, J.P. and D.L Levinge, Sir Richard George Augustus, seventh Baronet, formerly M.P. for Westmeath. Lidderdale, Thomas W., Esq., of the British Museum; distinguished as a Scandinavian scholar.-4
Livesey, Joseph, Esq., father of the Bank
teetotal movement, of parade, Preston.--2. Londonderry, Elizabeth Frances Charlotte, Marchioness of.-2 Milton, Rev. Welbury, Hon. Canon Ripon, Vicar of Mauningham. - 12 Moore, Major - General George Frederick.
Morris, the Rev. John, the oldest minister of the English Presbyterian Church.
Mot eram, the Hon James, Q.C.,
Murray, Anthony, Esq., of Dollerie,
formerly Vicar of Hoxne, Suffolk.
Pennant, Colonel the Hon. Archibald
Douglas, Northamptonshire.-8. Pigot, the Rev. Hugh, Rector of Stretham. Cambridgeshire, author of "The History of Hadleigh." Radcliffe, John Netten, Esq., Medical Inspector of the Privy Council and Local Government Board. Ransome, William Richard, Esq., a well-known agriculturist. Reed, the Rev. John, Vicar of Newburn, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Richards, Thomas Vaughan, Esq., Q.C.-26.
Rowe, Richard Charles, Esq., M.A,
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Professor of Pure Mathematics University College, London.
Rumler, General Randal, Colonel of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Russell, W, Esq..
many years Accountant-General of the Court of Chancery-5. Seafield, Louisa Emma, Dowager Countess of -2.
Sempill, the Right Hon. Maria Janet, Baroness.-5.
Seton, Sir James Lum den, eighth Bart. of Pitmedden, Aberdeen.-
28. Simmons, the Rev. Thomas Frederick, M A., Canon of York, and Rector of Dalton Holme, Hull. Smith-Barry, Lady Mary, of Marbury Hall, Chesbire.-21. St John, the Hon. and Rev. Edmund Tudor, M.A., of Bletsbo. -- 30. Turner, Horace. E-q., of Liverpool, originator of reforms in the Dock Board warehouse systein. -1. Veitch, the Rev William Douglas, of Eliok, Dumfries, formerly Vicar of St. Saviour's, Paddington. -1.
Barham, Dr. Charles. J.P., Truro. Blundell, the Hon. Beatric Holinshead, formerly Maid of Honour to the Queen.-3. Bontein, James, Esq., H.M. C'erk of the Robes, and Gentleman Usher to the Queen ---16. Carrick, the Countess of, widow of the third Earl of Carrick.-13. Chaloner, Admiral Thomas, C.B., of! Guisborough. York, D.L-20. Craven, Augustus, Esq., formerly of the Diplomatic Service.-4. Crofton, Parsons, Esq., of Mohill, co. Leitrim.-23.
Denison, Christopher Becket, J.P.
Durnfond, Mrs. Emma, wife of the Bishop of Chichester.-16. Edwards, the Rev William Spencer. author of works of travel and popular theology.—4.
Fleming, Sir Valentine, formerly
Chief Justice of Tasmania.-25 Fletcher, Alfred Nevett, Esq., J.P. and D.L., Ross-shire.-1. Freake, Sir Charles James, Bart., of Cromwell House, Kensington.-6. Frith,
Lieut. Colonel Edmund Bentley, late of the 13th Hussais. Gradwell. Richard, Esq., of Dowth Hall, Meath, J.P.-28. Grant, Edward Maxwell. Esq., formerly Times' correspondent Servia and Turco-Russian campaign.-21. Hartley, John, Esq., of Wheaton
Aston, Stafford, J.P. and D.L--31. Hopetoun, Etheldreda Anne, Countess of.-15.
Knox, the Venerable Edmond Dalrymple Hesketh, late Archdeacon of Killaloe.-6.
Lefebvre, Admiral Nicholas, of Rue
Charles, K.C M.G., formerly Consul - General Ionian Islands.-9.
Shrewsbury and Talbot, the Dowager
Stanley, Colonel, uncle of the Earl of
Thursby, the Rev. William, M.A., of
Fellow of Dublin University.-18.
NOVEMBER. Baynes, Edwin Donald, C.M G., late Colonial Secretary and LieutenantGovernor of Leeward Islands.-1. Blackford, Major-General, of Sheringham.-13.
Blewitt, Octavian, Esq. forty-six years secretary to the Royal Literary Fund.
Bonham - Carter, John, Esq.. of
Burney, Admiral James, of Teddington.
Colclough, Mrs. Rossborough, of
Farrar, the Rev. John. a leading member of the Wesleyan Ministry. Fawcett, the Right Hon. Henry,
M.P., Postmaster-General -6. Graeme, Captain Alexander J., R N.,
Inchbrakie and Aberuthven.-14. Grant, Sir Alexander, tenth Baronet of Dalvey, Principal and ViceChancellor of the University of Edinburgh, LL D., D.C.L.-30. Goring, Sir Charles, ninth Baronet, J.P., Sussex.-3. Hamond, William Parker, Esq, J.P. and D L., Cambridgeshire.-12. K.CS.I, formerly of the Bengal Harvey, Sir George Frederick.
Civil Service.-4. Hulme, Frederick William, Esq., an admired landscape-painter.-14. Hume, the Rev. Canon, LL D., archaeologist and traveller.-21.
Jephson, Sir James Saumarez, third
Baronet, Retired Commander
Lawrence, Lieut.-General Sir George
Marett, Sir Robert Ripon, of Jersey.
Henry, J.P. Cornwall.-12. Richards, Lieut.-General Robert, Bombay Staff Corps.-13. Richardson, John Crow, Esq. of Pant-y-gwydr, Swansea, all of Glanbrydan Park, Carmarthenshire, J.P.-10.
Romilly, the Hon. Arthur, son of
Ross, Charles, Esq., half a century in
D.L. for Norfolk.--23.
Baxter, Miss, of Ellangowan, founded
Crook. Joseph, Esq., formerly M.P. for Bolton.-S.
De Fortunato, the Marquis.-28.
Girdlestone, the Rev. Edward, M.A.,
Hastings, Lady Frances, Franklands,
Henley, the Right Hon. Joseph
Kerr, Mother Henrietta Mary Emma,
Mends, Vice-Admiral George Butler Clark.-13.
Morton, the Right Hon. Sholto John
Voelcker, Dr. Augustus, F.R.S., con-
A'Court, Hon. Henry Holmes, R.N. Allgood, Lancelot John Hun er, Esq., of Nunwick, Northumberland, J P. and D.L-22.
Anthony, Charles, Esq., proprietor of the Hereford Times, which he founded fifty-three years ago, taking part in its production to the day of his death.
Aston, James Jones, Esq., Q.C.-17.
Baxter, Dr. Evan Buchanan,
F.R.C.P., formerly Professor of Materia Medica in King's College.-14. Bilke, Edward, Esq., of Chestersquare; known for his benevolence and princely donations to hospitals. Bland, Thomas Davison, Esq., of Kippax Park, Yorkshire, J.P. and D.L.-16.
Bristowe, Lady Alicia Mary, at Datchet House, Bucks.-31. Browne, Lady Agnes Elizabeth.-17. Budd, General Richard, retired Madras Army.--22.
Burnaby, Lieutenant-Colonel, killed
at the Battle of Abou Klea.-17.
Carmichael, Major Ludovick Monte
fiore, 5th Lancers, at Abou Klea. Cator, Lady Loui-a, at her residence in Bryanston-square.-7. Cutton, the Rev. John, Prebendary of Norton, Hereford.--16. Cole, Henry Thoma, Esq., Q C., formerly M.P. for Penryn and Fal
Conroy, the Lady Alicia, widow of Sir Edward Conror, Bart.-21. Cook, the R v. William, D.D., an esteemed minister of the Methodist New Connexion.
Coote, Henry Charles, Esq, F.S.A., lawyer and antiquary.-4. Davies, Dr. Herbert, F.R.C.P., Con
sulting Physician to the London Hospital.-11.
Deedes, John, Esq., of the Inner Temple and South-Eastern Circuit. Dundonald, the Right Hon. Thomas
Barnes Cochrane, eleventh Earl of.-15.
Eliot, William. Esq (Eliot. Pearce,
Freer. Colonel, commanding the
Hertslet, William James. Esq, H.M.
Consul East and West Prussia-12 Higgins, Charles Longuet, Esq, of
Turvey Abbey, Bedfordshire.-23. Hosken, Vice-Admiral James.-9. Hyde, John, Esq., D.L., of Creg, formerly of Castle Hyde, Cork.-3. Keppel, Lady Maria Anne.-8. Kingsale, Adelaide, Dowager Lady, widow of twenty-ninth Baron.-21 Lanchester, Dr. Henry Thomas, Park House, Croydon.-8. Lethbridge, John Christopher Baron,! J.P. and D.L, of Tregcare.-8. Lewis, the Rev. William Garrett, a prominent Baptist minister. London, Right Rev. John Jackson, DD, Lord Bishop of. Lumley, Major James Rutherford, late Assist. Adj.-General, Bengal Army.-24.
Macgregor, Lady Letitia Louisa, of Carisbrooke House, Isle of Wight.
Macpherson, Cluny, of Cluny, chief
O'Connell, Morgan, Esq., formerly
Pope, Major-General George, C.B.,
Quinn, the Most Rev. Dr, for many years Roman Catholic Bishop of Bathurst.
Ribton, Dowager Lady Emily, of
Ricketts, Admiral Sir Cornwallis, second Baronet, of Leicester-39.
Rigaud, Major-General Gibbes, late 60th Royal Rifles. -1. Robertson, Patrick Francis, Esq., late of Halton House, Hastings, J.P. and D.L.-20.
Rodd, the Rev. Charles, formerly Rector of North Hill, Launceston. -16.
Salis, Amelia, Countess de, widow of sixth Count de Salis-8. Scott, Colonel the
Grantham -5. Smyth, P. J., Eq, of Loan Fund Board, Ireland.-12. Steel, Lady Elizabeth, wife of Sir John Steel, Knight, R.S.A.-26. St. Vincent, the Right Hon. John Elward Leveson Jervis, fourth Viscount, of Meaford, Stafford.-17. Thistlethwayte, Mrs. Elizabeth Catharine, Southwick Park, Hants.-22. Thornton, the Rev. T., M. A., late Fellow and Tutor of University College, Durham.--7. Torrington, Mary Anne, Viscountess. Turner, the Rev. Dawson William, D.C.L.-29.
Vivian, Letitia, Lady, widow of
Richard Hussey, first Lord Vivian,
Waller, Colonel William F. F., V.C.,
M.A., Rector of Aswarby, and
Arthur Holland Grey Egerton, third Earl of --18.
Wodehouse, Lady Dulcibella Jane, daughter of sixteenth Erroll.-10.
FEBRUARY. Arengo-Cross, Brevet Lieut.-Colonel Alaric E., 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders.-28.
Fyre, Lieut.-Colonel Philip Homan,
Hadfield, M. E, Esq., architect.
Johnson, Captain Cecil Godschall,
Artillery, Superintendent of the Royal Laboratory at Woolwich. Maberley, Colonel William Leader,
formerly Sec. to the Post-Office, and M.P. for Westbury, Northampton, and Shaftesbury. Macintyre, General Andrew William, the C.B., of Royal (Madras) Artillery.-27. MacCabe, Cardinal, at Dublin.-11. Maxwell, General Edward Herbert, C.B.-24.
Middleton, William Joseph, Esq., of Myddleton Lodge, Yorkshire.-
Phillimore, Sir Robert Joseph, Bart., P.C., D.C.L, late Judge of the High Court of Admiralty.-4. Pierce, Major-General Thomas, of the Bengal Staff Corps (retired).-3. Platt, Lady Augusta, widow of Sir Thomas Platt, formerly Baroa of the Exchequer.-16. Poole, Lieut.-Colonel Matthew Conway, M.S.C., Deputy Commissioner, British Burmah.-28. Pritchett, the Rev. William Henry, Powys, Commander George, R.N. M.A., Rector of St. Paul's, Old Charlton, Kent.-12. Sainton-Dolby, Madame, emitent for the young and her interest in Shaw-Lefevre, Lady Rachel Emily. as a contralto singer.-18.
Askwith. Lieutenant William Bayne,
Chichester, the Hon. Francis Algernon.
Coke, the Rev. George Francis, M.A., of Lemore, Herefordshire, Vicar of Titley, a descendant of George Coke, Bishop of Hereford, one of the twelve Bishops imprisoned by Parliament.-13. Curzon, the Hon. Edward Cecil, J.P. and D.L -12. Douglas-Gresley, Robert Archibald, of High Park, co. Worcester, J.P. and D. L.-13. Earle, Major-General. died from wounds received at Kerbekan, in the Soudan.-10. Everest, George, Esq., C.B., &c.-21.