On the 19th April, by special license, at the Congregational Chapel, Woodford, Essex, by the Rev E.H. DELF, Coventry, assisted by the Rev J. DAVIS, Portsea, the Rev J. Upton DAVIS, B.A., Kingsbridge, to Helen, sixth daughter of the late Mr Robert DELF, of Lowestoft.
On the 20th April, at Barningham, by the Rev --- EDWARDS, Mr Thomas W. SAVORY, of Marham Grove, in Norfolk, to Ellen Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of Mr C.B. JOHNSON, of Barningham, and late of Mendham Mills.
On the 25th April, at the Parish Church, North Creake, Norfolk, by the rector, the Venble. [sic] Archdeacon HANKINSON, the Rev T.G. DAVY, youngest son of the late G.G. DAVY, Esq., Aisken Hall, Yorkshire, to Mary Anne, fourth daughter of James EVERITT, Esq., Shamer House, North Creake.
On the 26th April, by the Rev L.C. WALLOCK, Mr RACKHAM of Brooke, to Maria, second daughter of Mr T. BEVERLY, farmer, Porringland.
On the 30th January last, on board the "Pastaza" in the river Amazon, Mr Charles DAINES, of London, aged 45 years, youngest son of the late Mr George DAINES, formerly of Mettingham, Suffolk.
On the 11th March, at Calcutta, deeply lamented Lucy Anna, the beloved wife of Edm. [sic] D. BROWNE, Esq., and eldest daughter of the late Mr Philip W. CLARKE, formerly of Ellingham, near Bungay.
On the 10th April, at Wortwell, in her 105th [sic!] year, Mary BROWN, widow. She retained her faculties till the last.
On the 16th April, at St Margaret's Southelmham, aged 74 years, Miss Mary Ann MOORE, daughter of the late Mr Thomas MOORE, of the same place.
On the 19th April, at Shipmeadow House, aged 96, Sarah BENNETT.
On the 23rd April, at Clifton, Lady LACON, relict of Sir F.K. LACON, Bart., of Ormesby House, in Norfolk, aged 79.
On the 24th April, at Carlton Colville, Lucy, daughter of the late William WOODTHORPE, gent., of Rushmere, aged 69.
On the 29th April, at Beccles, Mary, wife of Mr Robert FEARMAN, carter, aged 74.
On the 26th April, at Shipmeadow, after a long and painful affliction, Benjamin CALVER, aged 69, for upwards of 17 years the faithful servant of the Guardians of the Wangford Union as cook and baker at the Union House.
On the 1st May, at Beccles, after a long illness, Mr Martin KNOWLES, hotel-keeper, aged 57 years.
In addition to the above: -