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R. W. Grey, Esq., and eldest daughter of the D. Erskine, and sister of the Earl of PortRev S. Clarke Jervoise, Bart.

arlington. At Paris, James Duff, Esq., only son of Gene In Bedford Square, the Hon. Michael Nolan, ral Sir James Duff, of Frintingdon, Sussex, to King's Counsel, and Chief Justice of the BreEliza Charlotte, eldest daughter of Sir George

con Circuit. Beeston Prescott, Bart., of Theobald's Park. Aged 86, the Rev. Robert Fowler, thirty

Captain Andrew Hyacinth Kirwan, Esq., to years Rector of Warboys, Huntingdonshire, Charlotte, second daughter of Francis Eld, Esq., and of Langton, Lincolnshire. of Seighford Hall, Staffordshire.

At Madras, Lieut. Col. John Noble, C.B. At Edmonton, the Rev. James Lloyd Wal At Christ's College, Cambridge, aged 21, lace, to Magdalen, eldest daughter of the Rev. R. B. Long, youngest son of C. B. Long, Esq., Lancelot Sharpe, M. A., F. S. A.

of Langley Hall, Berks. Nathaniel, eldest son of George Hibbert, Esq., Charlotte, youngest daughter of the late Viceof Portland Place, to Emily, youngest daughter Admiral Wm. Albany Otway. of the Rev. Sydney Smith, Rector of Foston. Aged 72, the Rev. F. Simpson, B.D., Pre

At Kingston, Oxfordshire, the Rev. A. Hamil- | bendary of Bristol, Rector of Tarrant Gunton, Rector of Whitchurch, to Maria, eldest ville. daughter of the late T. Brown, Esq.

At Bovingdon Green, Hertfordshire, aged 65, At Ludlow, the Rev. J. B. Webb, M. A., vicar Lieut.-General Wm. Minet. of Weobley and King's Pryn, Herefordshire, At Hastings, aged 17, the Hon. Mary to Annie, second daughter of John Molyneux, | beth Charlotte, fourth daughter of the Right Esq.

Hon. Lord Graves. In Paris, Dr. William English, to the Right Captain Francis Truscott, R. N., son of the Hon. Lady Maria Gordon, of Perth Castle, Scot late Admiral Truscott. land.

In Portland Place, aged 73, John Vivian, Esq., At St. George's, Hanover Square, Edmund of Claverton, Somersetshire, Mills, Esq., of Binfield Lodge, Berkshire, to At Sandgate, Wm. Glennie, LL.D., late of Mrs. Henry Murray, widow of Captain Murray. || Dulwich.

At Windsor, J. P. Kennard, Esq., to Sophia, At the house of Wm. Danby, of Swinton eldest daughter of Sir John Chapman, of Wind- || Park, aged 55, Miss Ridsdale, the celebrated

dwarf ; she was thirty-one inches in stature. John N. Lane, Esq., of King's Bromley, Hull, Francis, wife of Henry Shirley, Esq., and Staffordshire, to the Right Hon. Agnes Bagot, || daughter of Colonel Houlton, of Farley Castle, second daughter of the Right Hon. Lord Bagot. Somerset.

Lieut. Col. J. J. F. Leith, to W. H. Stewart, The Venerable Archdeacon Owen, Prebendary only daughter of the late Lieut. Col. J. Stewart. of Sarum, Vicar of Bampton, Oxfordshire, &c.

Thomas Caldecott, Esq., to Ann Catherine, At Bothwell Castle, aged 80, the Right Hon. eldest daughter of the late Lieut. Col. West. Archibald, Lord Douglas of Douglas, Lord

John Gordon, Esq., of Assington Hall, Suf Lieutenant of the county of Forfar. folk, to Ann, daughter of Colonel C. P. Leslie, In Upper George Street, Portman Square, of Glasslough Castle, Monaghan.

Lady Richardson, relict of Sir George RichardLegh, Esq., of Lyme Hall, Cheshire, to Miss Turner, whose former marriage with Mr. Aged 74, Wm. Rawlins, M.A., Rector of Wakefield was annulled by Act of Parliament. Teversal, Nottinghamshire.

At St. George's, Hanover_Square, John, The Right Rev. Alexander Arbuthnot, D.D., youngest son of Sir William Twysden, Bart., | Lord Bishop of Killaloe and Kilfenora, brother of Royden Hall, Kent, to Cecilia, daughter of of Major General Sir T. Arbuthnot, and of the Louis Bazalgette, Esq., of Eastwicke Park, Right Hon. Sir Charles Arbuthnot, late Chief Surrey.

Commissioner of His Majesty's Woods and Frederick Bradbourne, Esq., to Susan, widow Forests. of Major Townsend.

In Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, Henry Drummond, Esq.

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At his seat, Bride's Hill, Pembrokeshire Aged 50, the Rev. George Pyke, Vicar of Charles Allen Phillips, Esq.

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At Bury St. Edmund's, aged 80, Dorothy, Esq., of Weston Lodge, Cambridgeshire. widow of the Rev, Dr. Heslop, Rector of St.

Aged 71, Harriott, widow of the Rev. John Mary-le-bone.

Russell, late Rector of Helmdon, NorthampAt Pensacola, aged 43, John Howe Purves, || tonshire. Esq., second son of the late Alexander Purves, At Mowbray House, aged 87, Elizabeth, relict Bart., and brother of Sir Wm. Purves Home of John Dickins, senior Registrar of the Court Campbell, Bart.

of Chancery. At Naples, the Rev. James Burgess, M. A., Aged 76, Charles Lukin, Esq. brother-in-law of the late Duke of St. Alban's. Aged 84, James Baillie.

Aged 55, Robert Woodhouse, Esq., Plumian Aged 85, Hannah, relict of the Rev. Samuel Professor at Cambridge.

Worsley, of Cheshunt. At Switland Rectory, Leicestershire, Lady Aged 75, Rebe, wife of Richard Lowndes, Harriet, wife of the Hon. and Rev. Henry || Esq., of Dorking.

son, Bart.

OR

COURT AND FASHION ABLE

M A G A ZIN E.

NEW SERIES, No. XXXIX., FOR MARCH, 1828.

EMBELLISHMENTS.
A Portrait of MRS. FITZ GERALD, engraved by DEAN, from a Painting by E. A.

Chalon, R.A.
An elegant whole-length Portrait Figure, in a Morning Dress.
An elegant whole-length Portrait Figure, in a Carriage Dress.
An elegant whole-length Portrait Figure, in a Ball Dress.
An elegant whole-length Portrait Figure, in an Evening Dress.

LITERARY CONTENTS.
Page

MONTHLY VIEW
ILLUSTRATIVE MEMOIR of Mrs. Fitz

OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, MUSIC, THE Gerald.....

93

DRAMA, THE FINE ARTS, &c. Recollections of Lady Caroline Lamb 94

Page

Capt. Blaquiere's Letters on Greece ...... 124 Patience; a Tale for Wives

96

Sketches and Recollections of the West
Fairies......

101
Indies, by a Resident

125 The Lady Satirist; or, a Season in Town.

Remarks on the Improvements now in Pro-No. I.

105 gress in St. James's Park, by an Old InJewish Poets in Spain 109 habitant of Pall Mall...

126 The Fidelity of Viravara

112

Mr. Theodore Hook's Sayings and Doings 127

Coming Out, and the Field of Forty Foot. The Margravine of Anspach .......... 114

steps, by Jane and Anna Maria Porter... 129 ORIGINAL POETRY.

One Hundred Fables, Original and Selected

by James Northcote, R.A., &c... 130 To L. S. S........

118
Review of New Music.........

ib. The Ocean ...

ib.

English Theatricals.-The King's Theatre 132 The Wood Nymph

ib.
Drury Lane

ib. On the Ruins of Walberswick Church, in

Covent Garden

133 Suffolk..

119

Fine Arts' Exhibitions, fc.-British In-
The New Year

ib.
stitution

ib. CABINET OF TASTE; OR, MONTHLY

Fine Arts' Publications, &c.—The Ladies' COMPENDIUM OF ENGLISH AND

Bagot, Burghersh, and Fitzroy Somerset 136 FOREIGN COSTUME.

Lady Georgiana Fane

ib. Morning Dress 120 Lithographic Album

ib. Carriage Dress

ib.
Passes of the Alps

ib. ib.

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC

INTELLIGENCE.
Evening Dress

ib.
Works in the Press, &C.......

137 General Observations on Fashions and Dress 121 Costume of Paris......

123 BIRTHS MARRIAGES-DEATHS 138

........

Ball Dress

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

must, we apprehend, have been shut up in some old portfolio for

" The Coquette a century at least.

The translator of “ Viravara" will receive a private communication.

Stanzas,by “Mrs. H.;” and “ The Mariner's Death,” by the same lady, will speedily be inserted.

The Tobacconist's Wife” is altogether unsuited to the pages of LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE.

A packet is in preparation for our good friend, “ C. H.”

We beg leave to tender our best acknowledgments to Miss Roberts, for her valedictory communications. May her voyage be pleasant, and all her hopes be realized! Her requests shall not be neglected. She will perceive that one of her poetical favours is inserted in our present Number; and it is hardly necessary for us to add, that her

Scarf of Blue, a Ballad," shall very soon appear.

Stanzas for Music," by “CAPTAIN M'NAGHTEN," the earliest possible opportunity.

Also, Stanzas,” by “ CAPTAIN M'NAGHTEN,” “ Ce n'est pas être bien aise que je ris.”

“B. N.” has evidently been inspired by his subject. Would that it were also so ;that he could always select so good a subject, and treat it as successfully. His « Sonnet to the Moon” is in reserve.

“ J. B.” has not been forgotten.

We have not yet had leisure to examine “ The Marriage of Buckmanec." “ You bid me Sing,” by “ PARNELL," shall appear as requested. We regret to find that we are again sadly in arrears with many of our poetical correspondents.

Several prose communications have also been inevitably postponed.

PRINTED BY SHACKELL AND BAYLIS, Johnson's court, FLEET STREET.

MARCH, 1828.

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