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Per Lord Amherst, for Madras and Bengal: Mrs. Sully; Miss Elliott; Rev. Mr. Ady; Dr. Sully ; Capt. Harris; Messrs. Haig, Philip, Kennaway, Proctor, Cooper, Stevenson, and one servant. Per Fairlie, for Madras and Bengal : Misses Edwards, Cooke, Marchman, Forrest, and Sattuthwaite; Lieut. Gen. Dick; Captains Ward, Savage, Pinson, Tomlinson, and Bissett; Lieuts. Cave and Ker; Doctor Dick; Messrs. Marshman, Blanshard, Burt, Nicholson, Cooke, Lyford, Fisher, Smith, Tursby, and Albright. Per Ermouth, for Madras and Bengal : Mrs. Fulcher; Mrs. Skardon; Mrs. Sivewright; Mrs Dormer; two Misses Fulcher; Misses Young, Wilkie, Stewart, and Lewis; and two Misses Richardson; Major Hopkinson, Madras N. L.; Capt. Skardon, Bengal N. I. ; Capt. Fulcher; Lieut. Col. Burrows, and Lieut. Dormer, Bengal N.I.; Dr. Sivewright; Messrs. Mackintosh, Garcia, and I. M. Lewis; two Messrs. Tyther; Messrs. I. A. Robertson, Manton, Mackenzie, Hudson, and W. Lewis. Per Triumph, for Bombay : Col. Fitzgerald; Mrs. and two Misses Fitzgerald; Capt. Tykes; Mrs. Tykes; Miss Furlong; Dr. Craw ; Lieut. Kennett; Messrs. George, Meek, and Ethersay.

Ships Spoken With.

Bombay Merchant, Kemp, London to Bombay, 13th Feb., lat. 3° 16' N., long. 20° 21' W. — Golconda, Edwards, London to Madras and Bengal, 19th April, lat. 48° 7' N., long. 79 o' W.-Cambridge, Barber, London to Bombay, 18th Feb., lat. 18° S., long. 30° W. – Brothers, Mottley, London to New South Wales, 1st Feb., lat. 26° S., long. 25°.-Lotus, Field, London to Bengal, off Saugur 30th Dec.—Sir Edward Paget, Geary, London to Bengal, 22d Jan. by the Odessa. arrived at the Cape.—Canning, Head, London to Bengal and China, 24th March, lat. 19 44° N., long. 20° 39'W.-Orwell, Farrer, and Thames, Haviside, London to China, 4th May, lat. 49° 50' N., long. 4° 20' W.—Hythe, Wilson, 25th Jan., in Straits of Sunda, all well.–Mellish, Cole, London to Bengal, 3d May, off Cape Finisterre.

Miscellaneous Occurrences.

The Mariner, Douglas, from New South Wales the 24th Feb., was totally lost on the 1st July last on the Island of Chiloe, South America. A letter has been received from the Captain, dated the 28th September: they had been in the greatest distress, and lived 57 days upon sea weed; three of the crew were drowned, but the Spaniards had treated them very kindly, and they hoped soon to reach Rio Janeiro.

Mr. Thornton, the English merchant who had been taken in October last by the pirates who infest the Java seas, was

not released when the Windsor passed the Straits of Sunda. They stripped and dressed him in their own fashion, and placed him, as they term it, in mild slavery, although the high ransom they demanded was beyond all reasonable propriety. It was expected he would be restored to his friends by the intercession of the Dutch Government at Batavia, the English at Singapore, and the Malay Government.

BIR THS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Bi frths. April 27. The lady of the Right Hon. C. W. Williams Wynn, of a still-born child. May 7. At Woolwich, the lady of Lieut. Col. Payne, Royal Artillery, of a son. 10. In Upper Berkeley Street, Portman Square, the lady of Capt. I. H. Morrison, Royal Navy, of a son. — In Portland Place, the lady of J. B. Rickets, Fosq., of a daughter. 12. At Cheltenham, the lady of Capt. Berkeley, half-pay Royal Fusileers, of a son. 13. In Park Street, Grosvenor Square, the lady of Sir E. F. Stanhope, Bart., of a soil. 20. Tne lady of Major Gen. Sir Hussey Vivian, of a daughter. 21. In Winlpole Street, the lady of Edward Majoribanks, Esq., of a daughter.

nia RRI ages. May 3. At St.George's Church, Hanover Square, E. Ireland Clayfeild, Esq., of the 40th regt., to Miss Charlotte Louisa Cox, grand-daughter of the late Major Gen. Cox, of the 1st Foot Guards. 4. At St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, Major General Smith, to Amelia, widow of the late John Leopard, Esq. 11. The Rev. H. H. Milman, 1'rofessor of Poetry in the University of Oxford, to Mary Anne, youngest daughter of Lieut. Gen. Cockell, of Sandleford Lodge, Berkshire. Lately, At Abbots Langley, Capt. F. de Wisme, late of the 21st L. Drags., to Harriet, youngest and only surviving daughter of the late Sir Benj. Sulivan.

deaths. Jan. 31. Col. Dewar, 23d Bengal N.I. He died on board the Providence, and was buried at Cape Town on the 2th of Feb. April 17. At Edinburgh, Lieut. Col. Gerard, of Rochsoles, ‘....; Adjutant General of the Army in Bengal. 19. At Missolonghi, after an illness of ten days, the Right Hon. Lord Byron. He is succeeded in his title by his cousin, Capt. George Anson Byron, of the royal navy. §. At Florence, William Crosbie, Esq., his Majesty's Secretary of Legation at the Court of Tuscany. 27. In Lower Brook Street, the Hon. R. F. Grcvillc.

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