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We have also to record the deaths of:—

General Gore Boland Munbee, R.E., at his residence, Weston-super-Mare, on the 14th inst. The deceased saw considerable service in India some twenty years since. He was a justice of the peace for Somerset.

Lieutenant F.S. Jackson, R.N., of H.M.S. Inflexible, on the 16th inst., from a wound received at the bombardment of Alexandria, aged thirty. He was third son of the late Sir Charles Jackson.

Lady Eden (Elfrida) widow of Sir William Eden, Bart., of Windlestone, in the county of Durham, and youngest daughter of Colonel Iremonger, of Wherwell Priory, Hants. Her eldest surviving son is the present Sir William Eden, Bart., and her youngest daughter, Edith, Lady Auckland.

The Very Rev. Charles Seymour, D.D., Dean of Derry, on the 16th inst., at an advanced age. He had spent more than half a century as clergyman in different parishes in the united dioceses of Derry and Raphoe, and succeeded Dean Tighe in the Deanery of Derry.

Mr. James Sprot, of Spott, in the county of Haddlington, J.P. and D.L., younger brother of Mr. Mark Sprot, of Riddell, in the county of Roxburgh, on the 5th inst., at his seat near Dunbar. He was born Jan. 14, 1804, and married, May, 1834, Mary, daughter of Mr. R. Watt, of Bishop Burton and Speke.

Miss Fanny Parnell, sister of Mr. Charles Stuart Parnell, of Avondale, county Wicklow, M.P., and fourth daughter of the late Mr. John Henry Parnell, nephew of Sir Henry Brooke Parnell, who was created Lord Congleton in 1841, suddenly, at her residence, Border Tower, New Jersey, United States.

Dr. Alexander Silver, M.A., of the Charing-Cross Hospital, on the 17th inst. He was formerly a Professor of Medicine in the Aberdeen University, was also a member of the London College of Physicians, and was connected with most of the leading medical societies of London.

Lieut.-Colonel Marmaduke Littlejohn Monckton, Royal (late Madras) Artillery, on the 14th inst., at the Barracks, Sheffield. He was sixth son of Mr. William Monckton, by Ellen, his wife, fourth daughter of Colonel Goddard Richards, and was thus great-grandson to John, first Viscount Galway.

Mr. George Washington Anstie, on the 17th inst., at Parkdale, Devizes, in his eighty-third year. In early life, some sixty years ago, Mr. Anstie was a clerk in London in the same office with Mr. Benjamin Disraeli, and later on became a successful legal practitioner. He was Vice-president of the Temperance Union.

The Lady Katherine Clive, youngest daughter of William Basil Percy, seventh Earl of Denbigh, by Lady Mary, his wife, eldest daughter of Thomas, first Earl of Ducie, on the 10th inst. She was born Dec. 16, 1842, and married, Jan. 10, 1876, Mr. Charles Meysey Bolton Clive, of Whitfield, in the county of Hereford, by whom she leaves issue.

Major Alexander Dickson Burnaby, late Royal Artillery, and Assistant Commissary-General of the Ordnance Store Department, on the 9th inst., in his forty-eighth year. He was eldest son of the late Lieutenant-General Richard Beaumont Burnaby, late Royal Artillery, by Eliza, his wife, daughter of Major-General Sir Alexander Dickson. K.C.B.

Mr. Matthew Moggridge, F.G.S., of Woodfield, Monmouthshire, J.P., on the 14th inst., at 8, Bina-gardens, S.W., aged seventy-eight. He was second son of Mr. John Hodder Moggridge, of Woodfield, by Sarah, his wife, daughter of Mr. M. Jeffreys, of Blakebrook, in the county of Worcester. He married, in 1836, Fanny Llewellyn, eldest daughter of Mr. Lewis Weston Dillwyn, M.P., and leaves issue.

Mr. Marshal Wood, the sculptor, at his residence in Brighton last week, at an early age, almost immediately after his return from the Australias. His principal ideal works were—"Daphne," "Hebe," "Psyche returning from Hades," "Proserpine," "Danae," "Musidora," " Sappho," and the well-known "Song of the Shirt," which occupied the post of honour at the Great Exhibition of 1862. The Cobden statue in Manchester and the Jacques Cartier memorial in Canada were from Mr. Wood's studio. Mr. Wood received sittings from the Prince and Princess of Wales for their busts. Colossal statues of her Majesty were executed by Mr. Wood for Ottawa, Montreal, Calcutta, Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide, the latter being unveiled by the young princes now on board the Bacchante.

Source: The Illustrated London News, No.2256—Vol. LXXXI, Saturday, July 29, 1882, p.128