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Source: Bell's Weekly Messenger, No.1858, Sunday, November 13, 1831


On the 8th inst., in Hertford street, May-fair, the Lady of E. L. BULWER, Esq. of a son.


In St. George's, Hanover square, J. PLANTA?, Esq. to CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA, widow of T. ORM, Esq. of Hertford street, May-fair.

At Aberdeen, on the 3d inst., Lieut-Colonel SKENE? to JANE, second daughter of Mrs. CAMPBELL, of the Mount, Harrow, Middlesex.


At Dawlish, in Devonshire, on the 6th inst., after a long and painful, illness, ANN, the wife of the Rev. W. F. BAYLEY, Prebendary of Canterbury.

On the 3d inst., deeply deplored, Mr. R. HUNTLEY, many years Newsman and Stationer, of Duke street, Grosvenor square.

On the 10st inst., Mr. T. WONTNER, of Tibberton square, Islington, aged 84.

On the 10st inst., at Clay hill, Enfield, at the house of her brother-in-law, Paitfield Mills, Esq. SARAH OLLYFFE, daughter of the late J. UNDERWOOD, Esq. of Potton, Beds.

On Monday, at Dover, Sir. N. W. WRAXHALL, in the 81st year of his age. The venerable Baronet was the son of an eminent merchant at Bristol, and, about the middle of last century, entered into the civil service of the East India Company. In 1769 he was appointed Judge Advocate of the forces in the expedition sent to Guzerat, and against Baroche. After his return from India he resided several years on the Continent. He was returned to Parliament for Hindon, Wilts, 1780; Ludgershall, 1784; and again for Wallingford, 1790. By his marriage with a daughter of Peter Lascelles, Esq. he has left two sons—viz.: William Lascelles (the present Baronet) and Charles Edward. Sir Nathaniel's complaint was a consumption of the lungs, and he was contemplating a journey to Italy for the recovery of his health, when his dissolution occurred.

On Sunday last the 6th inst., at Woolwich, Kent, Mr. WILLIAM LEMON, late of Brentwood, Essex, after a short illness of 48 hours, being previously in excellent health.

See also the following BMD pages:

No.1853, Sunday, October 9, 1831

No.1786, Sunday, June 20, 1830

No.1849, Sunday, September 11, 1831

No.1840, Sunday, July 10, 1831

No.1863, Sunday, December 18, 1831

No.1770, Sunday, February 28, 1830

No.1782, Sunday, May 23, 1830

No. 1846, Sunday, August 21, 1831

No.1828, Sunday, April 10, 1831

No.1815, Sunday, January 9, 1831

No.1838, Sunday, June 26, 1831

No.1858, Sunday, November 13, 1831