Lost at sea, in the month of April last, in one of the boats from the burning ship Fiery Star, homeward bound from Brisbane, South Australia, Alfred Burkitt, youngest son of Mr G. FARROW, of Great Yarmouth, aged 23 years.---At the same time, William, eldest son of Mr FARMAN, of St Olaves, near Lowestoft, aged 23 years.
On the 4th September, at Port Louis, of cholera, Austin DAY,son of Mr John DAY, Globe Inn, Lowestoft, aged 18 years.
On the 16th November, at Loddon, in her 65th year, Maria Smith JOLLYE, the deeply lamented wife of Guyton William JOLLYE, Esq.
On the 27th November, at Lavenham, Suffolk, at an advanced age, Peter ARNULL, Esq., many years connected with the Great Eastern Railway Company.
On the 25th November, at Ipswich, Sophia widow of the late William Henry ALEXANDER, banker, in her 60th year.
On the 25th November, in her 87th year, Mrs Sarah COTTON, of Harleston.
On the 25th November, at Somerleyton Rectory, the Rev Edward Missenden LOVE, 49 years rector of Somerleyton and Blundestone, aged 82.
On the 26th November, at Lowestoft, aged 86 years, Mary, daughter of the [sic] Mr Simon WOODS.
On the 30th November, at Halesworth, aged 79 years, Prudence, relict of Mr Thomas TIPPELL.
On the 3rd December, at Beccles, Frederick, second son of Mr James THURTELL, aged 24 years.