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9. The lady of sir James Duit, a 30. S. T. Gallon, esq. to miss laughter.

Darwin. 13. The lady of sir T. S. M. April 1. William Phillimore, cse. tanley, a daughter.

to miss Thornton. 2). The right hon, countess of 13. Major Fraser, to miss Ro. alloway, a son.

land, :7. The lady of William Henry 17. 'The hon. G. Ponsonby, to loare, esq. a son.

miss Gledstanės. 50. The lady of Rowland Bar. 23. R. Stephenson, esq. to miss lon, esq. a daughter.

Stephenson. The lady of sir Arthur Wellesley, 27. Hon. George Wynn, to miss K. B. a son.

E. M, Majendie.

29. E. D. Temple, esq. to miss

Honeywood. MARRIAGES in the year 1907. May 1. Robert Heathcote, esq.

to miss Searle. Jan. 1. Robert Paley, M. D. 5. The hon. colonel Crewe, to of Ilalifax, to miss Paley.

miss Ilungerford. & Sarmaduke Constable, esq. 8. Robert Fraser, esq. to lady to miss Octavia Hale.

Ann Maitland. 13. John Lees, esq. to the coun. 10. The right hon. viscount tess Anversley.

Chartley, to niss Gardiner. 20. The hon. col. Ponsonby, to 19. Rev. J. Bayland, to miss the hon. miss Fitzroy.

Clarke. Henry Hallam, esq. to miss Elton. 22. D. R. Remington, csq. to

24. G. L. Ilollinsworth, esq. to miss Copland. Diss Stokes,

23. Robert Townley, esq. . to Feb. 3. Robert Inglis, esq. to miss Newing. miss Biscoe.

June 1. The right rev. lord Ro. 5. Sir Daniel Le Fleming, bart. bert Tottenham, bishop of Killaloe, to miss Le Fleming.

to the hon. Alicia Maude, 10. W. H. Hoare, esq. to miss 4. Richard Chambers, esq. to

miss Harriet Newman. The hon, and rev. John Taylor, 9. Col. Aylmer, to miss llarri. to miss St. Leger.

son. | 17. The right hon. lord Bagot, 11 John Thornton, esq. to miss to lady Louisa Legge.

Eliza Parry.. 18. T. Paget, esq. to miss Pares. 17. Rev. Alexander Cotton, to

March 9. E. B. Lasada, esq. to miss Houblon, aiss Goldsmid.

28. Henry Drummond, esq. to Hon. Henry Augustus Dillon, to lady Henrietta Hay. miss Brown.

July 1. Rev. llerbert Marsh, to 10. Charles Combe, esq. to miss miss M. E. C. Lecarricre,

8. Hon. F. G. Upton, to miss 17. Capt. Stuart, to miss Anson. Howard. 18. Philip Gibbs, esg, to miss' 13. Hon. L, M, Burnel, to miss


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16. Hon. D. G. Hally burton, to Oct. 2. P. Duigenan, esq. LL. D. miss Leslie.

to Mrs. Heptenstall. His grace the duke of Newcastle, 8. Rev. G. Holmes, to miss C. I. to miss Munday.

Williams. William Cavendish, esq. to thc 1 2. Hon. James Wantesford Brit hon, miss O’Callagan.

ler, to Grace Louisa, daughter of 19. Sir David Dundas, K, B. to the right hron. John Staples. miss Delancy.

15. Sir John Lewis, bart, td A. H. Holdsworth, osq. M. P. miss Kirkpatrick. to miss C. H. Eastabrooke. . Hon, and rev. Frederick Powis

At New Providence, major Dar- to miss Gould. ling, to miss Cameron,

The right hon. lord Rancliffe, te 22. E. Webb, esq. to miss lady Elizabeth Mary Forbes. Guise.

17. Major-gen. Gordon Drum 29. Rev. Robert Cox, to miss mond, to miss M. Russel. Leycester.

Sir Thomas Windsor Hunloke Aug. 11. Hon. J. W. Grimstone, bart. to miss Eccleston. to lady C. Jenkinson.

19. Robert Shaw, esq. to Alice 17. Lieut. col. Leigh, to the hon. the fifth daughter of Jonathan Eade miss Byron.

ésq. G. French, esq. to miss I. Currie. 20. Hon. Peter Robert Burrell

Sir I. W. S. Gardiner, bart to to the hon, miss Drummond. miss Moseley.

Thomas William Satton, esq. 25. Major-gen. Murray, to hon. miss E. Gray. miss Phipps.

24. William Holmes, esq. to tad I. Green bill, esq. to miss Bovet. Strange.

Lord Grantown, to miss Macha. Captain II. Soams, to Mr mara.

Leich. 26. George Moore, esq. to miss 28. Thomas Crawley Boerey, es Louisa Brown.

to miss A. Page. H. Broughton, esq. to the hon. Thomas Bruce, esą, to miss CH miss Pigot.

mentina Dundas. Earl of Abingdon, to miss Emily 30, Lord Monson, tó lady Sar Gage.

Saville. 27. Wm. Tooke, esq. to miss Nov, 12. John Harrison, esq. Amelia Sheen.

Lucy Henrietta, second daughter 29. Viscount Pollington, to lady sir Charles Price, bart, Ann Yorke.

14. John Brent, jun. esq. to S Sir James Innes Ker, bart. to sannah, third daughter of the ri miss II. Charlewood.

Sampson Kingsford, of Sturrey. - Sept. 15. Wm. Domville, esq. to 25. Edward Sampson, esq. miss Maria Solly.

Joanna, youngest daughter of 1 24. Capt. Bettesworth, R. N. to late George Daubenny. lady Hannah Grey.

The varl of Selkirk, to miss Wd G. Fleming, esq. to lady Leigh. derburu.

26. Captain Stuart, R, N, to 26. George Moore, esq. to m miss Sullivan,



Dec. 1. George Halimand, esq. to PROMOTIONS in the Year: 1807, miss Princess, . 2. Major Burrows, to miss Se. Jan. 2. The rev. II. Bishop, M. A. ward.

late of St. Johu's College, Cam5. Colonel Coghlan, to miss bridge,to the vicarage of Ardleigh in Broughton.

Essex, vacated by the resignation 12. F. Adams, esq. of Clifton, of the rev. Dr. Kelly. to miss M. S. Maoly.

The rev. John Edgar, M. A. for. The earl of Craven, to miss Lou. merly of Jesus College, and one of isa Brunton, .

the domestic chaplains to the prince 13. E. Jessy, esq. to miss Matil. of Wales, to the rectory of Spexall da Morris.

in Suffolk. 14. Charles March Phillips, esq. .' The rev. N. Simons, M. A. chap. to miss H. Ducarel. .

lain to the archbishop of Canter: 17. Res. George Shepherd, to bury, to the rectory of St. Marga. piss Wetheral, daughter of the dean ret's church, in that city, vacated of Hereford.

by the resignation of the rev. II, Major Stuart to miss Maria Smith. W. Champneys.

Captain I. Grant, to miss H. P. 9. The rev. John Wooll, master Nixon, daughter of the late major of the school at Midhurst in Sussex, general Nixon.

- and fellow of New-College, Oxford, 1. II. Harriot, esq. major of the to the mastership of Rugby school. Pembrokeshire militia, to miss F. The rev. J. Davis, chaplain to Jordan of Haverfordwest.

the government chapel at Ports. John Eld, esq. to the hon. miss mouth, to the living of King's Lang

ley, in Hertfordshire. T. Bonar, jun. esq. to lady Gas. The rev. J. Parker, M. A. to Poigne.

the prebend of Riccall in the cathe. Lieutenant-colonel Lachlan Mac. dral of York, vacant by the death faire, to miss E. II. Campbell of the rev. John Preston. J. Webber Smith, esq. to miss The rev. W. Alleyne Barker, of,

Swanington, Norfolk, cxamining19. I. Spalding, esq. to miss Mary chaplain to the late bishop of St. Aon Eden.

David's, to the mastership of Wood. | 9. Major Currey, to miss Anna bridge grammar school. Maria Tappenden,

10. Gen. Hugh duke of Nor28. Sir Jobo Pringle Dalrymple, thumberland, K. G. to be colonel mrt. to miss Mary Rushworth of the royal regiment of horse Captain Atty, to miss llarriet guards, rice field-marshal the duke

of Richmond, deceased. Charles Frederick Raitt, esq. to 13. The rev. Charles Moss, D. D. hiss Louisa Cricketts.

to be bishop of Oxford, rice 31. Rev: T. G. Clare, to Harriet, John late bp. translated to the see oungest daughter of the rev. A. of Bangor. Daniell, of Lifford, Ireland.

14. Alexander Straton, esq. Lieut. col. Mc. Lereth, to miss be envoy extraordinary and minis. teele, of Bury, Suffolk.

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Wm. Wellesley Polc, esq. to be to the regius professor of the said secretary of embassy at the sub- university, both vice Dr. John Ran. lime Ottoman Porte.

dolph, bishop of Bangor, resigu. 17. Charles duke of Norfolk,' ed. E.M. 10 be lord lieut. of the county Rev. William Douglas, M. A. of Sussex.

appointed prebendary of St. Peter, 23. Rev. R. Dods, M. A. to the Westminster, rice rer. Thomas rectory of Fleet, in Lincolnshire, on Hughes, resigned, the presentation of his father, vaca. 18. Rev. F. J. H. Wollaston, ted by the death of the rev. James B. D. Jacksonian professor, and Ashley

formerly mathematical lecturer of Rev. T. E. Rogers, of Trinity, Sidney College, Cambridge, td to the rectory of Lackford, in be master of that college, in the Suffolk, on the presentation of sir room of the late Dr. Elliston. C. Kent, bart. .

March 14. Sir Edmund Stanley 30. Rev. F. Creswell, B. D. to be recorder of his majesty's cour senior fellow and tutor of Clare of judicature in Prince of Wales" Hall, to the rectory of Wal. Island, in the East-indies. dingfield Magna, Sufiolk, vacated Right hon. Thomas, earl of Elgit by the death of the rev. T. Boyce. and Kincardine, to be his majesty

Rev. John Brooke, M. A, fellow lieutenant and sheriff-principala and tutor of Jesus College, to the Fifeshire. vicarage of Whittlesford,

14. Francis Kienitz, esq. + Rev. G. Gordon, B. D. precen- be his majesty's consul in the da tor of Exeter, and formerly of St. сhy of Courland, John's, to the vicarage of Horbling, 21. John Paterson, esq. to ! in Lincolnshire.

treasurer to the governors of th The rev. Thomas Milnes, late a bounty of queen Anne. fellow.commoner of Christ's Col. 25. John earl of Westmorland lege, has been instituted to the K. G. to be keeper of the prin valuable living of Agnes Burton, seal. with Harpham annexed, in the East Right hon. Robert Banks loi Riding of Yorkshire, on the presen. Hawkesbury, the right hop, Robe tation of his father, the rev. Dr. Stewart (commonly called viscou Milnes, of Newark, and vacated by Castlereagh), and the right bo the death of the rev. Dr. Dade. George Canning, to be his majesty

Feb. 4. Rev. H. K. Bonney, M. A. principal secretaries of state. of Christ's, has been collated by 26. John Jefferies earl Camde the lord bishop of Lincoln to the K. G. to be lord president of d prebendal stall of Nassington in privy council. that cathedral, vacated by the death Right hon. Spencer Percevi of the rev. J. Lodington.

chancellor and under-treasurer 14. Rev. Charles Henry Hall, his majesty's exchequer, and D. D. to be regius professor of divi- right hon, Robert Duodas, sworn nity in the university of Oxford, the privy council. and canon of Christ Church in the Henry, earl Bathurst, to be pre said university, properly belonging dent of the committee of priry cou

dil appointed for the consideration history in that university, vice of all matters relating to trade and Symonds, deceased. to foreign plantations,

April 1. Right hon. John lord El. 28. Archibald Colquhoun, esq. dop, sworn lord high chancellor' of adrocate, appointed his majesty's Great Britain. adrocate in Scotland.

His grace Charles duke of Rich. George earl of Galloway, to mond, sworn of the privy council, be lieutenant and sheriff-principal and declared licutenant-general and of the shire of Wigtown; and general-governor of that part of Thomas earl of Selkirk, of the the united kingdom called Ireland. stewartry of Kirkcudbright, in 3 Joseph Hunt, esq. to be Scotland.

treasurer of the ordnance. 30. Right hon. George Rose, Rt. hon. William viscount Low. in the absence of earl Bathurst, ther, created earl of Lonsdale, co. to be president of the committee Westmoreland.

priry council appointed for the His grace James duke of Mona consideration of all matters rela trose, K. T. to be master of the ting to trade and foreign planta- horse to his majesty. tions.

Right hon. Henry baron Mula 31. His grace William Henry grave; James Gambier, esq. admiral duke of Portland, K. G, the right of the blue ; sir Richard Bickerton, bon. Spencer Perceval, William bart. vice-admiral of the white : lenry Cavendish Scot Bentinck, William Johnstone Hope, and Ro. ese. (commonly called marquis of bert Ward, esqrs.; the right hon. Tichfield), the hon. William Eliot, Henry-John viscount Palmerston ; And William Sturges Bourne, esg. and James Buller, esq.; appointed to be commissioners for executing his majesty's commissioners for ex. the office of treasurer of his majesty's ecuting the office of high admiral chequer.

of the united kingdom of Great Right hon. Spencer Perceval, to Britain and Ireland, and the do. de chancellor and under treasurer minions, islands, and territories of his majesty's exchequer.

thereunto belonging. Lient.gen. John earl of Chatham, Right hon. Robert Dundas; right 1. G. appointed master-general hon. John Jefferies earl Camden,

his majesty's ordnance of the K. G. president of his majesty's joited kingdom,

council; right hon. Robert Banks The hon. William Wellesley lord Hawkesbury; right hon. Henry pole to be clerk, Mark Singleton, Robert Stewart (commonly called 89. storekeeper, and the hon. viscount Castlereagh); and the right cropley Ashley to be clerk of the hon. George Canning; his majesty's caveries of the ordance of the three principal secretaries of state ; mited kingdom.

his grace William Henry Cavendish Right hon. lieot. gen. sir James duke of Portland, K.G. first com. ulteney, bart. appointed his ma missioner of his majesty's treasury; usly's secretary at war.

right hon. Spencer Perceval, chan. 31. William Smyth, esq. of cellor and under treasurer of his Peter-house College, Cambridge, ruajesty's exchequor; George Percy, ppointed professor of modern esq. (commucly called lord Lo.

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