| At Edinburgh, the wife of Major Frederick T. Goldsmid, of a son.
At Worthing, the wife of Captain Clarke Jervoise, 23d R. W. Fusiliers, of a son.
At Gibraltar, the wife of Lieut.-Col. C. E. Michel, 66th Regt., of a daughter.
January 4, at Ardmore, the lady of Thomas Moore Persse, Esq., of a son, stillborn.
January 1, at Everton, Lancashire, the wife of Major Chambers, D.L., 6th Royal Lancashire Regiment of Militia, of a daughter.
January 4, at Blackrock, the wife of Lieut.-Col. Lyons Montgomery, Scots Fusiliers Guards, of a son.
January 5, at 2, Nelson-street, Dublin, the wife of James Fenton, Solicitor, of a son.
January 5, at Gardiner's-place, Dublin, the wife of Edward Hudson, Esq., of a daughter.
| On the 8th inst., at the Church of St. Mary Shandon, Cork, by the Rev. Dr. Neligan, Aaron Moffett, Esq., of Phillistown House, in the county of Meath, to Emma, daughter of the late William Allman, Esq., of Bandon.
At St. Helena, on the 13th November, on his passage home from India, Captain R. Lewis Taylor, 18th N.I., to Alicia Milbank, third daughter of William Fitzpatrick, Esq., Grenville Place.
In San Francisco, on the arrival of the Golden Gate, on the 28th of July, by the Rev. Dr. Scott, Mr. Lewis S. Paccaud, to Mrs. Jane Daly, late of Clonakilty, county Cork.
January 4, at the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, Galway, by the Rev. John D'Arcy, James Valentine Browne, Esq., M.D., Professor of the Galway College of the Queen's University in Ireland, to Dora Browne, widow of Richard James Martin, late Major 1st Dragoon Guards, and niece of Admiral Walcot, M.P., of Winkton House, Hampshire.
November 15, at St. John's Church, Meerut, India, Robert Murray, Esq., Bengal Artillery, to Isabella, eldest daughter of W. B. O'Shaughnessy, Esq., Superintendent Electric Telegraph in India.
January 3, at the Church of St. Philip, Faubourg St. Honore, Paris, by Monseur la Care, Alphonse Joseph Marshall, of St. Louis, Upper Rhine, France, Stipendiary Magistrate, to Margaret, second daughter of T. Lyons, Esq., Solicitor, Eccles-street, Dublin.
January 3, at St. Michael's Church, Limerick, by the bride's uncle, the Rev. Dawson Massy, Rector of Killeshin, Carlow, George H. Hunt, Esq., of Friarstown, to Susan, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Godfrey Massy, Vicar of Bruff.
| On the 4th inst., at No. 33, Great George's-street, James Brett Kingsbury, aged 21, only son of Captain Kingsbury, formerly of the 3d Buffs, and late Stipendiary Magistrate in the Island of Dominica.
In Youghal, on the 6th inst., Edward Frances [sic], youngest son of the late Mr. William Verlin, aged 2 years and five months.
On Sunday, the 6th inst., Gilbert, youngest son of Mr. Thomas S. Backhouse, aged 14 months.
On the 2d inst., at the residence of her niece, Mrs. Meade, Hill, Kinsale, Ellen Travers, eldest sister of the late John Travers, Esq., J.P., Birch Hill, Blarney, in the 84th year of her age.
On the 2d inst., at Limerick, Margaret Leigh, the wife of Lieut.-Col. Muller and daughter of Edward Leigh Pemberton, Esq.
On the 10th of November last, at Malaga, Spain, Thos. Clerke, Acting Consul for the United States, and youngest son of the Hon. Judge Clerke of New York, formerly of Skibbereen, county Cork.
In camp before Sebastopol, Lieut. Basil H. Browne, 77th Regiment, in his 19th year.
January 2, at Ballinard, Tipperary, the residence of her brother, Wm. Chadwicke, Esq., Caroline, the beloved wife of the Rev. Joseph Armstrong, Incumbent of Rathronan, Clonmel.
December 31, at his residence, Blessington-street, John Chadwick, Esq., Solicitor.
January 3, at Mallow, Henry Gregg, Esq., eldest son of the late Rev. G. Gregg.
January 4, in Liverpool, after a few days' illness, in the 24th year of his age, Gerald, son of Martin Crean, Esq., of Dublin.
| The Roman Catholic clergy of Youghal thankfully acknowledge the receipt of £11 6s. 3d., from the last Concert Committee to be distributed amongst the deserving Roman Catholic poor.
The Sisters of Mercy gratefully acknowledge to have received £1, from Mrs. Gerard Galwey, Passage, and £1 from Richard Galwey, Esq., jun.
The Rev. George Sheehan, P.P., returns sincere thanks to Rev. John J. Murphy, for a donation of £10, towards the fund for completing the Church of Bantry.
The Inmates of the Old Men's Asylum, Douglas-street, beg leave to return their best thanks for the following Christmas Donations : To the Right Rev. Dr. Delany, £1 ; Messrs. Beamish and Crawford, £1 ; D. Leahy, Esq., (Shanakiel), £1 ; Sir William Hackett, Knt., £1 ; Sir John Gordon, Knt., £1 ; John Francis Maguire, Esq., M.P., 10s. ; Wm. Fagan, Esq., M.P., 10s. ; John Cotter, Esq., George Sherlock, Esq., 10s. Messrs. T. Lyons & Co., 10s. ; Messrs. Carmichael & Co., 10s. ; Messrs. Arnott & Co., 10s. ; Daniel Murphy, Esq., 10s. ; Sir Wm. Lyons, Knt., 10s. ; Felix Mullan, Esq., 5s. ; R. Perrot, Esq., 5s.