2 December, at Brampton Church, by the Rev G. O. LEMAN, assisted by the Rev T. O. LEMAN, Mr William CLEVELAND, veterinary surgeon, to Deborah Marianne ROCKHILL, youngest daughter of Mr John ROCKHILL, farmer, Stoven.
13 December, at St Margaret's, Southelmham, Mr William LARKE, of Bungay, wine merchant, to Miss SIMONDS.
6 December, at Chester, deeply regretted by her family and friends, Mary Louisa, the beloved wife of the Rev James KILNER, Chaplain of Chester Castle, and eldest daughter of the late Charles SCOTT, Esq., of Shadingfield Hall, in this county.
11 December, at Hedenham, very greatly lamented, the Rev J. P. CHAMBERS, rector of the parish.
14 December, at Flixton, near Bungay, Mr James GOODMAN, coachman to Sir R Shafto ADAIR, Bart., of Flixton Hall.
17 December, at Ilketshall St Andrew's, Mr EDWARDS, of that parish, farmer.
17 December, at Bungay, after a long affliction, of consumption, in his 28th year, Mr Thomas BROWN, eldest son of Mr William BROWN, plumber and glazier, of the above place.