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Source: Bell's Weekly Messenger, No.1840, Sunday, July 10, 1831


On the 28th ult. in Chapel street, Portland place, the wife of Signor T. ROVEDINO, of a daughter.

On the 3d inst. at Wendover, the Lady of A. SMITH, Esq., M.P. of a daughter.

At Nottingham, on the 2d instant, Mrs. E. PERCEVAL, of a daughter.

At Windsor, on the 2d inst. the Lady of H. W. MASON, Esq. of a daughter.

At Bruton street, the Lady LUCY ELEANOR LOWTHER, of a daughter.

On the 4th inst. at Sheffield, the Lady of Lieut-Colonel CATOR, of a son.


On the 5th inst. at Mary-le-bone church, the Rev. H. MONTAGU, to FRANCES, eldest daughter of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir G. WOOD, K.C.B.

On the 5th inst. at St. George's, Hanover square, C. W. PULLER., Esq. son of the late Sir C. Puller, Chief Justice in Bengal, to EMILY, daughter of W. BLAKE, Esq. Danesbury, Herts.

On the 5th last, at St. Mary-le-bone Church, W. GAMBIER, Esq. eldest son of Sir James Gambier, to AMABEL FRANCES, second daughter of the late C. G. COLLETON, Esq. of Haines hill, in the county of Wilts.

On the 8th Inst. by the Rev. H. C. Ridley, at St. George's Church, Hanover square, M. T. SMITH. Esq. M.P., to LOUISA, third daughter of Sir M. W. RIDLEY. Bart. M.P.


At Whetstone, on the 24th ult. ANN wife of Mr. W. RICHARDS, of that place, aged 76.

At Paris, ARCHIBALD, ninth Earl of DUNDONALD, in his 83d year of his age. He is succeeded in the Earldom by his eldest son, Thomas Lord Cochrane; his Lordship married Katherine Francis Corbett, daughter of Thomas Barnes, of Essex, Esq. and has issue by her Ladyship three sons and one daughter.

On the 7th inst. in Albemarle street, after a short illness, Sir J. THOROLD, Bart. of Syston park, in the county of Lincoln, aged 58. He is succeeded in his title and estate by his only son, Sir John Thorold, a minor.

At the residence of Sir Compton Domville, Bart, and M.P., in Lower Brook street, at a very advanced age, and after a few hours illness, Mrs. TRENCH, the Lady of F. Trench, Esq. of Heywood, In the Queen's County, Ireland.

On the 3d inst. at Hillingdon, Middlesex, the Right Hon. Lady KATHARINE WALPOLE, in the 82d year of her age.

At Midclova, parish of Kildrummy, J. RONALD, in the hundredth year of his age. He was the only person in the district who had a distinct recollection of the years 1745 and 1746, and often mentioned having seen Glenbucket marching his regiment, in spring 1746, past the school of Auchindoir, on their route to the fatal battle of Culloden.

On the 7th inst. at Clay Hall, Old Windsor, the residence of her daughter the Duchess of Roxburgh, Mrs. GREEN, relict of Valentine Green, Esq. at the advanced age of 86.

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