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second dau. of the late Francis Edward Hurt, esq., of Alderwasley, Derbyshire.

Jan. 6. At Gadebridge, Hemel Hempstead, Herts, aged 67, Sir Astley Paston Cooper, bart. See OBITUARY.

At 6, Upper Pembroke-street, Dublin, aged 76, of bronchitis, after a protracted illness, Richard MacGillycuddy, otherwise called "The MacGillycuddy of the Reeks." The deceased was the eldest son of the late Francis MacGillycuddy, esq., who died in 1820, by Catherine, dau. of Denis Mahony, esq., of Dromore Castle, co. Kerry, and widow of Darby McGill, esq. He was born at Tralee, on the 1st of Jan. 1790, and succeeded his uncle, the late Richard MacGillycuddy, esq., of the Reeks, in 1826.

He was a deputy-lieutenant of the county Kerry, and possessed considerable property and much influence in that county, and served as high-sheriff 1823-4. His politics were liberal, but not extreme; and his kindness and hospitality gained him deservedly many friends, by whom his decease will be regretted. The MacGillycuddy was twice married: first, in 1814, to Margaret, only dau. of the late James Bennett, esq., of Cork, by whom he had issue four sons, who all died unmarried, and three daughters, of whom two died unmarried, and the third became the wife of Mr. William Leader, of Rosnalie, who died in 1861, and whose brother, Nicholas, is now M.P. for Cork County. The MacGillycuddy married, secondly, in 1849, Anne, only dau. of John Johnstone, esq., of Mainstone Court, Herefordshire.

At Sydenham House, Stokes Croft, Bristol, aged 80, Capt. J. G. H. Gramshaw,

R.N.

At Clifton, Catharine Barron, wife of Lieut.-Gen. H. Lechmere Worrall, Indian Army.

At Brittas Castle, the seat of his brotherin-law, after a few days' illness, John Grogan, esq., Surgeon-Major 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, second surviving son of the late Rev. Dr. Grogan, Slaney Park, co. Wicklow.

At Morley Rectory, Norfolk, aged 57, Harriet, wife of the Rev. C. Beauchamp Cooper, rector of Morley.

In London, Helen Esther, wife of Capt. Masterson, late H.M.'s 20th Regt. of Foot and 4th South Middlesex Regt. of Militia.

At Castle-park, Exmouth, aged 63, William Hartopp Hull, esq.

At the Vicarage, Wolstanton, Anne Bentley, dau. of the Rev. John Tyson, M.A.

Jan. 7. At the Ranger's Lodge, near Charlbury, aged 85, Frances, Dowager Lady Churchill. Her ladyship, who was born in 1780, was the fifth dau. of the third Duke of Grafton by his second wife,

the dau. of the late Rev. Sir Richard Wrottesley, bart. She was married, in 1801, to the first Lord Churchill, who was the youngest son of the third Duke of Marlborough.

At Longford-terrace, Folkestone, aged 71,Eliza, relict of John Ogilvie, esq., R.N., of Boughton Blean, near Faversham, Kent.

At South Penge-park, Surrey, Henry Sheppard Smyth, esq., late of H. M.'s Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms.

At Beaumaris, the Rev. Alexander Dawson Nowell, of Netherside, and rector of the 1st Mediety of the parish of Linton, near Skipton-in-Craven, Yorkshire.

Jan. 8. At Hayle Cottage, near Maidstone, aged 37, Selina Lucy, second dau. of the Hon. J. H. and Lady Mabella

Knox.

At Clifton, Sarah Ruding, relict of the Rev. Samuel B. Ward, rector of Quinton, co. Northampton.

At Bankfield, near Liverpool, aged 66, Mary, wife of Capt. Benn, R.N.

At No. 3, Victoria-terrace, Teignmouth, Caroline Elizabeth, widow of the Rev. John Warren, rector of Graveley, Huntingdonshire.

At Underhill, Barnet, aged 82, Elizabeth, widow of the Rev. Edward Williams, formerly curate of St. George's, Hanoversquare, and incumbent of Hanover Chapel, Regent-street.

Aged 75, Mr. Charles Anderson, for thirty-seven years chemical assistant at the Royal Institution, Albemarle-street.

Jan. 9. At his residence, St. Thomas'sstreet, Portsmouth, aged 63, Rear-Admiral William Turner. The deceased officer entered the Navy in 1816, and subsequently served on board H.M.'s ships Scamander, Vengeur, and Queen Charlotte, as first-class volunteer and midshipman; and in the Sybille as acting lieutenant. His promotion to a lieutenant's rank was confirmed in May, 1823, and as such he served on board the Romney troopship and his former ship, the Sybille, bearing the broad pendant of Commodore F. A. Collier, on the coast of Africa. O'Byrne's "Naval Biography," 1849 edition, says :— "For the valour he (Lieut. Turner) displayed in command of the Black Joke tender, carrying one long 18-pounder on a pivot, with a crew of forty-three men, in an action of two hours with a Spanish piratical vessel mounting fourteen guns on Gover's carriages, with a crew of eightyseven men of all nations, he was promoted by the lord high admiral to the rank of commander, on the 14th of July, 1828." His last appointment was to the Dryad, 42 (in May, 1830), Captain John Hayes,

with whom he served as second captain again on the coast of Africa.

At 8, Pulteney-street, Bath, Eleanor, widow of General William Thomas Dilkes, Scots Fusilier Guards, and LieutenantGovernor of Quebec.

At Boulogne-sur-Mer, aged 74, Mrs. MacDonogh, relict of Montagu MacDonogh, esq., late 4th (King's Own).

Aged 76, Louisa, dau. of the late W. Richan, esq., Captain R.N., of Rapness, in the Orkneys.

At 28, Duke-street, Grosvenor-square, aged 90, Miss Mary Bloxam.

At Tunbridge-Wells, Frances, wife of Colonel E. C. Wilford, and the last surviving dau. of the late Richard Denne, esq., of Winchelsea.

At Westgate Lodge, Warwick, Caroline, wife of Colonel Charles Shipley Teale.

At Laverstock, near Salisbury, aged 63, the Rev. W. S. Hadley, rector of Compton Abbas, Dorset.

At Munich, the Rev. William Chave, British Chaplain.

At Highfield, Rock Ferry, aged 47, James Gill, esq., Registrar of the Birkenhead County Court, to which office he was appointed in 1850.

At 12, Warden-road, Kentish-town, aged 67, Count Zamoyski, of Poland. He was the head of his family, the proprietor of the large entailed estate of Zamose, and the brother of Count Andrew and General Zamoyski, well known in England. Amid the various vicissitudes and succession of disasters which occurred in his country during his life, his career was highly honourable and useful, especially in his steady, unceasing, and successful exertions to ameliorate the condition of the peasantry on his vast estates. The state of Poland, and the grief he felt in consequence, had induced him for many years to live in complete retirement in England, and seems to have hastened his otherwise quiet and Christian end. His remains have been deposited at the Roman Catholic Chapel in Kensal green Cemetery, to be further removed by his children to the family grave in Poland.

Jan. 10. At Mentone, France, the Lady Isabella Proby, dau. of the Earl of Carysfort.

At Clifton, aged 82, Sarah, widow of Samuel Milbank Raymond, esq., of Belchamp Hall, Essex.

At 122, King's-road, Brighton, aged 57, William Vidler Langridge, esq., Clerk of the Peace for the county of Sussex. In 1831, at the early age of 23, he succeeded his father, William Balcombe Langridge, esq., who resigned in consequence of declining years. The deceased gentleman

and his father, who was appointed in 1806, have held the office for sixty years.

At Chatham, from liver disease contracted in India, aged 29, James Bell Jardine, esq., Staff Assistant-Surgeon, Army, eldest and last surviving son of J. B. Jardine, esq., M.D., Chatham.

James Bredford Taunton, esq., M.A., All Souls' College, Oxford, and second son of the late Daniel Taunton, esq., of Walton House, Oxford.

At Phillack Rectory, Cornwall, aged 87, Peggy, relict of the late Rev. W. Hockin.

Of typhus fever, at University College Hospital, aged 21, William Andrew Patrick Stuart, esq., of Barbadoes, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He was Senior Physician's Assistant, and died while fulfilling his arduous professional duties in hospital.

Jan. 11. At Bromley, General Peter Augustus Lautour, C.B., K.H., Colonel 3rd (King's Own) Hussars. He served in the Peninsula with the 11th Dragoons in 1811-12. On the 26th September, 1811, he attacked with a squadron of his regiment a French cavalry regiment near El Bodon, which had captured the baggage of the Light Division, taking several prisoners, and covered the retreat of the 74th Regiment and five companies of the 60th Rifles from Ciudad Rodrigo. He was present at the siege of Badajoz and the battle of Salamanca, and distinguished himself on several occasions. He was slightly wounded in the retreat from Burgos by the bursting of a shell. He served during the campaign of 1815 as major with the 23rd Light Dragoons, and at the battle of Waterloo he succeeded to the command of the regiment and of the Brigade. He was likewise present at the capture of Paris. He was promoted to Lieut.-Col. after Waterloo, was made a Companion of the Order of the Bath the same year (1815), in recognition of his services during the campaign; and in 1816 was made a Knight of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. The late General retired on half-pay in January, 1818, and was appointed Colonel of the 3rd Hussars, May 26, 1855.

At Peckham, aged 75, Capt. William Gould, R.N.

At her residence, Tombland, Norwich, aged 77, Harriot, relict of Col. William Collyer, Bengal Native Infantry.

At the Parsonage House, Little Somerford, aged 91, Anne, widow of the Rev. Arthur Evans, late vicar of Rodbourn Cheney, Wilts.

At No. 19, Cambridge-road Villas, Kilburn, aged 75, Sarah, widow of the late Rev. John Hunt, of Brixton Hill.

BOROUGHS, &c.

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BIRTHS registered during the week.

REGISTRAR-GENERAL'S RETURNS.

BIRTHS and DEATHS Registered, and METEOROLOGY in the following large TowNS.

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY H. GOULD, late W. CARY, 181, STRAND. From December 24, 1865, to January 23, 1866, inclusive.

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A Literary Forgery; Richard of Cirencester's Tractate on Britain, by B. B.
Woodward, F.S.A.

Crewe Hall, with an Illustration

The Danes' Dyke, by the Rev. M. G. Watkins, M.A..
The Brooch of Bruce, by "Cuthbert Bede," with an Illustration
ANTIQUARIAN INTELLIGENCE AND PROCEEDINGS OF LEARNED SOCIETIES.—
Notes of the Month; The Royal Society; Society of Antiquaries; Archæological
Institute; British Archæological Association; Royal Asiatic Society; Royal Astro-
nomical Society; Royal Geographical Society; Royal Institution; Royal Society of
Literature; Anthropological Society; Chemical Society; Geological Society; Numis-
matic Society; Society of Arts; Institution of Civil Engineers; London and Middle-
sex Archæological; Society of Antiquaries of Scotland; Architectural Institute of
Scotland

Musical Notes
CORRESPONDENCE OF SYLVANUS URBAN.-Proclamation of Charles II. in Jersey;
Barony of Cardross; Tomb of Cardinal Pole; Viscountcy of Halifax; St. Paul in
Britain; Archaeology versus Photography; Arms of de Clare; Rood-Screens and Lofts;
Sorrell Family; Zophiel; Anecdote of the Duke of Wellington; The Duke of Cum-
berland and Olive Wilmot; The Whole Duty of Man; The Marquis de la Roche Jac-
quelin; The Stuart Papers; Sir John Fenn and the Paston Letters; The Palmer
Family; MSS. of Sir John Fortescue; Families of Williams and Evans; Inscription
from Barrow Gournay Church...
OCCASIONAL PAPERS.-John Flamsteed and the Greenwich Observatory (continued),
with Illustrations; Water-Colour Exhibitions; The Dudley Gallery and the Society
of Female Artists; Mr. Shaw's Exhibition of Illuminated MSS.; Nuga Latina,
No. 1, by Lord Lyttelton; Nelson and the Unknown Heroine
REVIEWS AND LITERARY NOTICES.-Recent Poetry: Chastelard; by A. C. Swinburne.
Fifty Modern Poems; by W. Allingham. Idyls and Legends of Inverburn; by R.
W. Buchanan. Claudia; by Mrs. F. Prideaux. Idylls of the Hearth; by J. Verey.
Ephemera; by Lady Page Wood and Mrs. Steele. The Quadrilateral. Hymns and
other Poems; by W. Bright, M.A. Poems; by Dean Alford. Elijah, a Poem; by
G. Washington Moon. Lyric Leaflets Shed in Early Spring; by G. R. Wright, F.S.A.
Lost and Found; by G. C. Wilson. Verses, New and Old; by A. Munby. The Lost
Tales of Miletus; by the Right Hon. Sir E. Bulwer Lytton, Bart., M.P. Tales, Songs,
and Sonnets; by I. W. Dalby. Viga-Glum's Saga; translated from the Icelandic by
Sir E. Head, Bart., K. C. B. Lancelot, and other Poems; by W. Fulford, M.A. Lan-
cashire Lyrics; edited by John Harland, F.S.A. Disappointed Aspirations; a
Satire upon the Present State of Literature, with other Poems; by F. A. White, B. A.
A Trip to Barbary by a Roundabout Route; by G. A. Sala..
MONTHLY GAZETTE, &c.-Summary of Events; Appointments, Preferments, and Pro-
motions; High Sheriffs for 1866; Births and Marriages
OBITUARY MEMOIRS.-The Marquis d'Azeglio; Earl of Clonmell; Earl of Milltown;
Lord Monteagle; Sir W. Baynes, Bart.; General Sir E. Whinyates, K.C.B.; Hon. A.
J. Lewis; John Gibson, R.A.; Fredrika Bremer; Sir J. MacGregor, K. C. B.; Sir
T. V. Stonhouse, Bart.; Rev. B. Bouchier; Rev. W. Du Sautoy; C. W. C. Chaytor,
Esq.; Mr. G. E. Roberts, F.G.S.; Rev. W. St. L. Aldworth; H. Pilkington, Esq.; G.
Petrie, Esq., LL.D.; O. Farrer, Esq.; Mrs. C. T. Newton; Miss Harriet L. Clarke..
DEATHS ARRANGED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

Registrar-General's Returns of Mortality, &c.; Meteorological Diary; Daily Price of Stocks.

BY SYLVANUS URBAN, GENT.

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