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MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Married.)–At the British Embassy, Paris, sul General in the United Kingdom, to Doroand afterwards according to the Rites of the thea, second daughter of the late Henry Van Roman Catholic Church, Edward Charles Zeller, Esq., of Oporto. Blount, Esq., second son of Edward Blount, At Crowcombe, Thomas Cridland Luxton, Esq., and nephew to the late Sir Walter Blount, Esq., of Weacomb House, Somerset, to Mary Bart., of Soddington, in the county of Worces Aune, second daughter of George Henry Carew, ter, to Gertrude Frances, youngest daughter Esq.,of Crowcombe Court, in the same county. of the late William Jerningham, and niece of Died.] – In her 63d year, Lady Miles, formerly the Right Hon. Lord Stafford.
of Conisboro', Yorkshire. At Heddington, Wilts, by the Rev. James T. At Tittenhanger-louse, near St. Alban's, Du Boulay, the Rev. John Blennerbassett, rec Herts, the Right Hon. Phillip Earl of Hardtor of Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset, to Elizabeth, wicke, K.G., aged 77. daughter of the late Francis Houssemane Du At Huntingdon, the Rev. Alfred Veasey, Bonlay, Esq., of Walthamstowe, Essex.
B.D., Fellow of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, By the Rev. John Stirling, B.A., Thomas
aged 34. Henry Dakins, Esq., of the island of St. Vin. Jaines Heath, Esq., A.R.A., in the 78th year cent, to Harriet, only daughter of the late John Roche Dasent, Esq., late Attorney-General of At Richmond, Surrey, Henry Edmond Innes the same Island.
Calder, eldest son of Sir Henry R, Calder, At St. George's, Hanover-square, Thomas,
Bart. youngest son of the late David Deune, Esq., of At Berhampore, Bengal, aged 41, Major Lydd, in the county of Kent, to Jane, youngest George Macartney Greville, of his Majesty's daughter of John Falconer, Esq., his Britannic 38th Regiment. Majesty's Consul at Leghorn.
At Kingsbury Lodge, St. Alban's, Herts, At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Rev. aged 77, the Rev. Robert Moore, D.D., formerly T. Fuller, William Archibald Campbell, Esq.). vicar of Thurleigh, Bedfordshire. of Wilton-place, to Miss Charlotte Wentworth, At Cheshunt-park, the residence of T. A. of Wilton-crescent.
Russell, Esq., Lieut.-Gen. G. A. Armstrong, At St. Marylebone New Church, after having aged 63, deeply and deservedly lamented by all been first married according to the rites of who knew him. the Roman Catholic Church, Francis J. Van At Fulham, most affectionately regretted by Zeller, Esq., her Most Faithful Majesty's Con her family, the Lady Sophia Kent.
of his age.
of society. The Duke of Buckingham The presentments made by the leet has offered land in all the parishes in juries of the three manors in the bo which he has property, for the use of rough of Southwark exhibited a much
the labouring poor.
In the parish of greater number than usual of persons Buckingham a two-acre renter (and not who had been amerced in penalties for an agricultural labourer) had a produce using illegal weights, scales, and mea of five quarters from less than one acre
The penalties, varying from of ground, and on the other acre has 28. 6d. to 101., amount in the whole to and will realise more than 201. in potabetween 6001. and 7001.
toes; in fact, the two-acre system has been for several years in operation on
his Grace's estate near Buckingham; Allotment System.—The “ Bucks Ga
and we can confidently state that (al. zette” contains the following satisfactory thorigh there are some bad managers) article on this subject :- The parish au
one third more food for man and beast thorities of Buckingham have taken has been produced from this land than the glehe farm of 103 acres, to let out in was produced when let altogether. Can small allotments of from one to three
any thing be said more in favour of this acres, to such labourers as may apply for admirable system? them, the parish agreeing to assist such labourers until their first crop is housed. Several parishes in the neighbourhood
There has been a valuable course of have adopted a similar plan, which we copper ore recently discovered on Treearnestly hope will restore the honest, varren Beach, near Morgan Porth, by industrious labourer, to that independ Mr. Trethewy, an engineer, who has ence now nearly lost among that class secured the set, and is about to com
mence forming a company. The copper There are only six silk mills in all Scotis said to be of an excellent quality. land, and only three of these are of any
importance. The total number of perSCOTLAND.
sons employed in the cotton, woollen, The following article on the manu.
fax, and silk mills of Scotland, is factures of Scotland is from Mr. Horner's
46,825 ; of whom 13,721 (3799 males Report to Lord Duncannon, dated Lon
and 9922 females) are between the ages don, July 20, 1834 :
of thirteen and eighteen; and 6228 “ The total number of cotton, wool. (2552 males and 3676 females) are under len, flax, and silk factories in Scotland,
thirteen years of age. There are a fer in which the machinery is moved by under eleven ; their number, as in the steam-engines or water-wheels, amount
returns, amounts to above 1100 ; but to 388. It is possible that there may that is not to be taken as the number be some country woollen mills which
now in the mills, for I have found that have been omitted by the surveyors, but since these returns were made, some if so, they can only be on a very small mill-owners have discharged all under scals. The chief seats of the cotton
eleven, and taken on older children in and flax mills are in those parts of the their stead. At the same time, I am country where coal abounds, or is to be
inclined to think, that a deduction of had at a cheap rate from the vicinity 100 would cover all who have been so of the sea; and some great mills have
discharged; for it was usually in cases been established in situations distant
where two, three, or four only were from coal, where there is a great com. under eleven, and it was not thought mand and fall of water ; but it is re
worth while altering the arrangements markable, that some situations in Scot.
of the mill for so small a number. The land, highly favourable for manufac
'enumeration of steam-engines and watertures, are without them, as, for instance,
wheels is not to be understood as shot in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh,
ing the actual number of engines and where coal is very cheap, where there
wheels, because the returns for those is a large population to supply young mills where more than one engine or hands, and where there is a sea-port to water-wheel is employed, only state the save the expense of land-carriage, both
total amount of the power. It will be for the raw material and the manufac
seen, however, that the total amount of tured article. With the exception of
steam-power is 5330 horses, and that the some large establishments at Aberdeen,
water-wheels are estimated as equal to and one at Stanley, near Perth, the cot
a power of 4822 horses-making toton manufacture is almost entirely con
gether a mechanical moving power equifined to Glasgow, and the country im
valent to 10.152 horses." mediately adjoining, to a distance of
Of the 5330 horses of steam-power about 25 miles radius, and all these
given in the above report, the town of country mills, even including the great
Dundee alone produces 1042, being about works at Stanley, are connected with one-fifth of the whole steam-power of Glasgow houses, or the Glasgow trade. Scotland.
“ The spinning of Alax by machinery is the next manufacture carried on in The election of Lord Rector of the mills to a large extent. These factories University of Glasgow, caused hy the are even more numerous than the cotton elevation of Mr. Cockburn to the Benci, mills, but are generally on a smaller has taken place. The candidates-or scale. The chief seats of that manufac rather those nominated by their re ture are in the counties of Forfar, Fife, spective partisans—were Lord Stanley and Aberdeen ; they are chiefly engaged (the late Secretary) and the Earl of in spinning the coarser qualities of Durham, and a very active canvass was yarns, but the finer qualities are on the carried on by the adherents of both increase. Wich few exceptions, the parties. The former was supported by woollen mills of Scotland are on a small the church party, and the latter by the scale. Of the total number, 89, 71 do radicals. At the conclusion, the election not employ 50 people each ; and of of Lord Stanley was carried by the these 71, there are 26 which do not great majority of 135; the votes being, give employment to 20 people each. Stanley, 298 ; Durham, 163.
THIRD PART OF 1834.
Accidents, recent, 232
the Liturgy, noticed, 373
Useful. See Useful Arts
Broads, a visit to the, 19
Ode to the Author of, 221
phetic Tragedy, 273
Balloon, the big one, 92
sons lately deceased :—Earl Bathurst, 131;
W. R. Spencer, 541; Mr. Telford, 542
Hall at, 271; Musical Festival at, 360
Science, meeting of, 244
Cape of Good Hope, accounts from, 129
count of, 539
food for, 256
124, 260, 397, 534
Davis, Mr, the singer, 401
Heart's Tribute, the, 443
-- Lords, proceedings in, 123
D'Israeli, Mr., Jun., the Infernal Marriage
by, 80, 137
Law Rhymes, 158
particulars relative to, 267
culars respecting, 540
along the Coast of China, reviewed, 99
and Spain, 481
Immorality, bill to promote, 93
particulars of, 131
Executions, the recent, 509
Factories, education in, 386
the late one, 535.
tory of England, noticed, 240
Varieties. See Varieties, Foreign
Ladies Botany, reviewed, 238
count of, 410
Alfred Crowquil, 523
Game, preservation of, 418
Haymarket Theatre, performances at, 111,
Poetry-Sonnet, 481; Why do Maids look
shy ? 490
list of, 109, 242, 522
Marriage, the infernal, 30, 137
Digest of Occurrences, 125, 261, 839,
Quarantine Laws, 512
Sonnets, by Mrs. Hemans, 16
O'Connell, Mr., his Letters to the Irish
mans, 16; Seeing's not Believing, 28 ;
Savings Banks, summary of, 526
gical Society, ib. ; the British Association
stitution, 382 ; the Royal Society, 525