On the 30th October, at Frant, Sussex, by the Rev Sir Henry THOMPSON, Bart., assisted by the Rev T.W. CRANE, John Humphrey BLAND, Esq., eldest son of the Rev R.W BLAND, of Abbeville, White Abbey, in the county of Antrim, to Emily Charlotte, daughter of the late Rev Wyndham C. MADDEN, rector of Bergh Apton, Norfolk.
On the 31st October, at Diss Church, by the Rev C.R. MANNING, rector, assisted by the Rev Mr WARREN, curate, Peter H. NEWSON, maltster, of Bury St Edmund's, youngest son of Mr George NEWSON, of Banham, Norfolk, to Emily, eldest daughter of Mr John ESLING, of Diss.
On the 31st October, at the parish church, Swanage, Dorset, by the Rev Duncan TRAVERS, Ettrick William, Navigating Lieutenant R.N., son of the late William CREAK, Commander R.N., the nephew of the late General Sir Henry HAVELOCK, K.C.B., to Grace Mary, daughter of the late W.B..BRODIE, Esq., of Salisbury, and niece to the late Sir Benjamin BRODIE, Bart.
On the 4th November, at the parish church, Beccles, by the Rev J.J.S. BIRD, curate, Benjamin REVELL, Bombardier, Royal Horse Artillery, to Henrietta, third daughter of Mr James MOORE, of Beccles, baker.
On the 5th November, at Geldeston Church, Norfolk, by the Rev A.O. HARTLEY, M.A., (brother-in-law of the bride), the Rev W. George SHARPIN, B.A., curate of Broome, Norfolk, to Mary Ann, second daughter of Robert DASHWOOD, Esq., of Dunburgh Hill, Geldeston.
On the 28th October, aged 90, Mr William LYON, of Melton, formerly a farmer of Bulcamp.
On the 1st November, at Ellingham Hall, Norfolk, Alfred Townsend SMITH, second son of Henry SMITH, Esq., aged five months.
On the 4th November, at the Union House, Shipmeadow, aged 51, Mr Robert SCOTT, currier, late of Bury St Edmund's.
On the 4th November, at Lowestoft, aged seven months, Jane, the beloved child of Mr Robert BURGESS, Factory Lane.
On the 5th November, in London, of typhoid fever, William, the dearly beloved son of Frederick and Elizabeth Harriet CHENERY, of St Mary's-street, Bungay, in the 22nd year of his age, deeply regretted by all who knew him.
On the 5th November, at Hillington Hall, Norfolk, Hugh, eldest son of Hay GURNEY, Esq., of Thorpe, near Norwich, aged 19 years.