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A peep in at the Sailors' Home, 61 West Street, shows that the walls are very much in want of a washing. The attention of the Directors is called to the fact that several cases of fever occur there, all of which are owing, it is supposed, to the very unhealthy condition of these walls, that have not been washed since the opening of the institution. They cannot now be attended to too early. As many as three sailors took fever in the Institution on Sunday, and had to be hurried off to the public hospital.
At the Baptist Mission House, Fullersfield, on the 31st Dec., 1876, the wife of the Rev. S. C. Morris, of a daughter.
At 9:30 a.m., on the 2nd, at the residence of his brother, No. 29 King Street, Mr. Richard Bewley, of Cumberland, England, aged 32 years, leaving a disconsolate widow, and infant, to mourn her irreparable loss.
Mr. Alfred Lucie Smith, son of the Chief Justice of Jamaica, and nephew of the Attorney General of this colony, has been admitted by the Supreme Court to practise as an Attorney-at-Law. Mr. Smith studied under Mr. W. H. Campbell, and he is the fourth gentleman admitted to practise in this colony who has so studied -- the others being Mr. Watson, the present Administrator General; the late Mr. John Lewis Hitzler; and Mr. G. A. Forshaw. Mr. Carberry and Mr. Forshaw were appointed by the court under the New Rules to examine Mr. Smith, whom the Judges complimented on the satisfactory report the examiners have made regarding his qualifications -- Demerara Times
On Thursday, the 4th January 1877, at 25 minutes to 5 a.m., Samuel Herbert, only son of James and Isabella Whitehorne, aged 12 years, two months and two days.
His Excellency has appointed Mr. Bicknell to act as a member of the Union Poor House Board, vice Mr. Alberga.
During the past week one of the business men of this community passed away. Mr. Jacob Aarons, who, down to the close of the year, was apparently well, succumbed to a complaint that had troubled him some years ago. He was a native of the country, and had won, in early life, a good reputation. Being of a commercial turn of mind he entered a house as a clerk, and twelve years ago, he set up his own business, which he attended to to the last, having lived fifty-five years. His widow has our sympathy in the bereavement she is called on to sustain.
The Installation of Officers of the Friendly Lodge, took place at Freemason's Hall, Hanover Street, on Monday evening last, when the following Officers were duly installed: --
Wor. Edward J. Brandon, Master
Bro. S. S. Lawton, Senior Warden
Bro. E. DePass, Junior Warden
Bro. S. Alexander, Treasurer
Bro. J. Wolfe, Secretary
Bro. M. Delgado, Senior Deacon
Bro. L. Finzi, Junior Deacon
Bro. L. Mordecai, Junior Guard
Bro. G. Magnus, Tyler
The following Past Masters were present, and assisted in the ceremony: -- Wor. A. DeCordova, M. Ross, G. C. H. Lewis Kennedy, A. Burke, Dias, Tait, and O. Delgado, Junior.
At Chapelton, Clarendon, on the 5th instant, the wife of Mr. J. G. Baxter, of a daughter.
Mr. Colin Campbell, Station Master at Gregory Park Railway Station, was found dead in his bed, on Tuesday morning. No inquiry has been held into the cause of death.
We take the following record of appointments and official changes, etc. from the last number of the Official Gazette: --
Karl Heinrick Augustus Mainwaring, Esq., Captain in the Royal Navy, retired, to be a Justice of the Peace for the parish of Kingston.
Dr. J. H. Clark, Government Medical Officer of the Santa Cruz District, of St. Elizabeth, to act also, until further orders, as Government Medical Officer of the Siloah District in the room of Dr. Gabriel.
Leicester Colville Shirley, Esq., to act provisionally, until Her Majesty's pleasure be known, as an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council of Jamaica.
In the Customs' Department, Kingston, consequent on the death of Louis Lewis, Esq., namely, A. W. Hitchins, V, 2nd Landing Waiter, to be also assistant Inspector of invoices; John Samuel, V, out door Office of the 1st class, to be a Landing Waiter.
The Friends and Acquaintances of Mr. Felix Arnaud, are requested to attend the remains of his Wife, from No. 39 Temple Lane, to the place of Interment at half-past 4 o'clock this Evening.
At Linstead, St. Thomas in the Vale, Francis Palmes, aged 64, after a short but painful illness, leaving four sons, one daughter, and grandchildren, with other relatives to mourn their loss.
At Golden Spring, St. Andrew, on the 25th ultimo, the wife of Mr. Alexander Reid, of a Son.
At Golden Spring, St. Andrew, on the 5th instant, the wife of the Rev. H. Whitfield, of a Daughter.
The Friends and Acquaintances of Mrs. Maryann Phillips, will please attend her remains, at No. 85 Princess Street, at half-past four, to the place of interment this evening.
On the 5th December, 1876, at the residence of the bride's brother in law, W. Delapenha, Mobile, Ala., Solomon Heidelberger, Merchant, to Zillah, second daughter of George Brandon, late Merchant of this City.
At Dover Castle, St. Thomas in the Vale, on the 17th instant, Frederick Morris Burke, in the 50th year of his age.
On the 25th January, 1877, at H. M. Dockyard, Port Royal, Jamaica, the wife of George W. Anderson, Esq., R. N., Paymaster in charge, of a son.
The following promotions have been made in the Customs' Department a this port: -- Mr. E. C, Price, out door officer, 1st class, in room of Mr. Samuels, promoted. Mr. H. Barned, out door officer, 2nd class, in room of Mr. Price, promoted. Mr. Hill (extra tide waiter) out door officer, 3rd class, in room of Mr. Barned, promoted.
In this City, yesterday, Augustus Lucas. His friends and acquaintances are requested to attend his remains from his late residence at the corner of Harbour Street and Matthews Lane, to the place of interment, at half past 4 o'clock this evening.
The friends of Mr. Henry Garland Murray, will regret to learn that the gentleman, who has contributed so much to the innocent amusement of the public, continues to sink more and more every day. He now lies at his residence, 142 Princess Street, in a very precarious condition.
The Installation of the Principals of the Holy Royal Arch Chapter, attached to the Royal Lodge, for the ensuing year, took place at Freemason's Hall, Hanover Street, on Thursday evening, as follows: -- Mr. E. H. Garcia, P. Z.; Mr. E. C. Davis, P. H.; Mr. E. J. Sherlock, P. J. The Deputy Grand Superintendent, most excellent J. W. Whitbourne, assisted by most excellent R. Langly, G. J. DeCordova and Peter Ferron.
The Friends and Acquaintances of Dr. James Noland, are requested to attend his remains from his late residence, next door to No. 17 George's Lane, at half-past 4, this evening.
A meeting of the Municipal Board held yesterday of the Parish Church in this city, was held at the Central School Room, Church St., on Tuesday evening last, when the election of a Church Committee took place, and the following gentlemen were returned: -- Messrs. H. F. Colthirst, Dr. Anderson, W. Bird, C. Binney, W. McCormack, L. McCormack, C. J. Peynado, H. Cody, W. R. Lee, B. H. Dias, and C. Goldie. Messrs. Peynado and Goldie were elected Lay Churchwardens and representatives to Synod.
Eltham Park, the beautiful seat of the late Sir Bryan Edwards, was sold on the 31st ult. at public auction to Mons. Hodelin for £2,700.
During the illness of Mr. Cortissoz, the Relieving Officer for this City, Mr. Cyril Thompson of the Municipal Board Office will perform his duties.
We learn that Merry Wood, Summer Hill, and Top Hill Pens, in Trelawny, have been sold by the Trustees of the Estate of Nunes Bros., to Simon Thomson. Esq., for £2,800.
In Kingston, on the 2nd instant, by the Rev. J. S. Roberts, Arthur Parcells, of Luana Pen, St. Elizabeth, to Margaret Miller, seventh daughter of the late B. M. Senior, Esq.
Before us, as we write, is a neatly printed card, adapted for hanging up in an office, shewing the times and places of sitting of the Kingston District Court for 1877. It is from the Press of Mr. Mortimer DeSouza, 152 Harbour Street (West). The card is handy for reference. No man of business should fail to obtain a copy, which can be procured at the small price of threepence.
In Spanish Town, on Sunday, the fourth instant, at half-past one a.m., Maryanne, the beloved wife of Thomas W. J. Hewitt, aged 24 years.
On the 5th instant, at Salt Savannah, Vere, Frederick Erasmus, the beloved son of Frederick and Margaret Hattersly. Aged 18 months.
Robert McPherson, a storeman at Mr. Arthur Abrahams' was yesterday committed by the Police Magistrate for trial at the next District Court, on a charge of the larceny of a barrel of ale, the property of Messrs. Davidson, Colthirst and Company.
The Installation of the Officers of the Pioneer Lodge, No. 2, I. O. G. T. [probably stands for International Order of Good Templars], took place on the 6th instant, in the Lodge Rooms, Brother Ford, the Grand Treasurer, acting as Grand Chief Templar. The following were installed: --
Bro. R. Alfred Montsalvatge, W. C. T.
Bro. W. DeMercado, W. V. T.
Bro. E. Squire, W. S.
Bro. A. Figueroa, W. F. S
Bro. J. D. Newman, W. T.
Bro. A. W. Fouche, W. Chap.
Bro. H. DeMercado, W. M.
Bro. A. McKenzie, W. O. G.
Bro. A. Johnson, W. I. G.
Bro. E. Ledwood, W. A. S.
Bro. J. Hall, W. R. H. S.
Bro. G. McDonald, W. L. H. S.
Bro. J. D. Ford, P. W. C. T.
Sis. M. Ford, W. D. M
We learn that Mr. Septimus Feurtado's banana plantation, watered by the Rio Cobre Irrigation Canal, is likely to prove a great success, and to be to him a very profitable venture.
At his late residence, No. 55 East Street, at 1 o'clock, yesterday afternoon, Mr. Edw. A. Bell, Snr. Friends and acquaintances of the deceased, and of his son, Mr. E. A. Bell, Jr., will please accept this intimation and let their carriages attend at the above residence this afternoon, and thence to the place of interment at half-past 5 o'clock.
At his residence, at Hope Road, on the 13th February, Mr. James A. Sadler, aged 43 years, leaving a widow and three children to mourn their irreparable loss. He was a Wesleyan Teacher for many years.
The Installation of Officers of the Friendly Lodge, No. 383, took place at Riponville, Montego Bay, on the 29th January last, when the Master elect, Bro. Charles Gauntlett, was installed by the Wor. Phillpotts Brown, retiring Master, assisted by the Wor. William Gregory, P. M. the following Officers were appointed, viz
Rt. Wor. George Lyons, P. M., Senior Warden
Bro. W. G. McLellan, Junior Warden
Bro. Albert Lawson, Treasurer
Bro. Robert Scott Williams, Secretary
Bro. Charles B. Gourzong, Senior Deacon
Bro. Alexander Cohen, Junior Deacon
Bro. John Dumetz, Inner Guard
Bro. James Leonard, Tyler.
This morning at 12:30, at 92 Orange Street, Mrs. Eugenia Abendana, widow of the late Israel Abendana. The funeral will take place at 6 o'clock this evening. Friends and acquaintances are requested to attend.
Mr. Sub-Inspector Hilliard will perform the duties of Mr. Sub-Inspector Lamb, in Kingston, for ten days. Mr. Lamb, meanwhile, goes to the north, on leave.
Thomas Hendrick, Esq., Solicitor and Registrar of the Diocese, was on Wednesday, the 14th inst. (Ash Wednesday) elected Lay Representative of Christ Church, Port Antonio.
Last night, at her residence, No. 99 West Street, Mrs. Charles A. Price, relict of the late Charles Anthony Price, Esq. Her remains will be removed to the place of interment at half-past 4 o'clock tomorrow evening (Sunday). Friend and acquaintances of her late husband and son (Mr. Edward C. Price) will please accept this intimation and let their carriages attend.
In the R. M. C. Str. Nile, from Colon: -- Mrs. DeLeon and child & servant; Mdme. E. Malsay; Mr. Justo Prado; Mr. M. L. Aguilar; Mr. B. P. Bryan; Mr. Chas. Duncan; Mrs. H. Williams and infant; Miss Justino Chevere; Mr. B. Jaime; Miss Arabella Deerley [may be Doorly?]; Miss Celina Hamilton; Mr. J. Ormsby; Mr. J. Constantine; Mr. Peter Lyon; Mr. Joseph Hibbert; Mr. Simeon Forbes; Mr. J. Castello; Mr. Joseph Williams & son; Mr. Henry Williams; Mr. Vincente Reyes; Mr. Parkinson; Mr. Charles Biggs; Mr. Henry Levay; Mr. Edward McQuin; Miss Julia Hall; Mr. Smith and daughter; Mr. H. Peynado; Miss Rosa Nunes, mother and child; Mrs. Markhard; Mr. Isaac Johnson; Mr. H. Mussen.
On Wednesday, the 21st, by the Rev. B. Rittenburg, Mathilde, daughter of the late Revd. A. H. Delevante, to Mr. Samuel J. Davis.
In this City, on Sunday the 25th instant, at the residence of his mother, 89 Duke Street, Louis Figuieres, aged 35 years. Friends of the family are requested to attend his remains to the place of interment at 5 p.m. this evening the 26th instant.
At her residence, 97 Orange Street, on Saturday, 24th instant, Mrs. Maryanne Moreno, aged 82 years. She leaves a large circle of friends to mourn her loss.
Those persons who intend purchasing Matsot from the undersigned for the Passover, will please register their names immediately at No. 22 Orange Street, for the quantity they will require, so as to prevent disappointment.
ESTHER N. MORAIS
Died: -- In this City on Sunday, the 25th February, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Parthenia, the eldest and beloved child of the late Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Waite, formerly of Montego Bay. By her genial and affectionate disposition she endeared herself to all her relatives and friends. She was only 18 years of age.
RYAN - BARROW - In St. George's Church, in this City, on the 28th February, by the Rev. E. Nuttall, William Malone Ryan, to Jane Savona, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Edward Barrow, Island Curate.
The Governor has recognized, provisionally, Aladin Legendre, Esq., as Haitian Consul at Kingston, in this Island.
The Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments in the Government Medical Service, viz: -- Dr. Lewis Alexander, Government Medical Officer of the Newport District of Manchester, to be Government Medical Officer of the Montego Bay Windward Rural District, in the room of Dr. DeLeon, transferred to Falmouth. Dr. George Rogers, Government Medical Officer of the Gayle District of St. Mary, to succeed Dr. Alexander at Newport, and Mr. William Cribb to succeed Dr. Rogers at Gayle.
At Morant Bay on Sunday morning, 25th instant, at 7 a.m., W. R. Clarke, Esq., at the age of 45 years, leaving a beloved wife and seven children, besides numerous friends, to despair their loss.
Henry Thompson, aged 78, for 33 years, the faithful servant of the successive Firms of Turnbull and Son; Turnbull and Lee; and Turnbull, Lee and Mudon.
In the R. M. Co.'s steamer "Moselle" from Southampton: -- Mr. E. King, wife and child; Mr. Anderson and daughters; Mr. Carus; Miss M. Shaw; Mr. Hudson; Mr. Shore; Mr. Fairgreave; Rev. Mr. McAllen. From Demerara: -- Misses Haughton. From Barbados: -- Mr. C. J. M. Finne, wife and servant.
At St. George's Church, on the 28th Feby., 1877, by the Rev. Enos Nuttall, assisted by the Rev. S. T. Gwilliam, T. T. Simpson, of Sutton's, Chesterfield, Vere, to Rosalie Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. J. T. Ritchie, of Kingston.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Henry Mason, Esq., to be a Member of the Board of Parochial Road Commissioners for the Parish of Portland, for the year 1877.
The Governor has granted leave of absence, for four weeks from the 23rd instant, to H. F. Pouyat, Esq., Clerk of Petty Sessions of the Parish of St. Mary, and has appointed D. N. Berwick, Esq., to act as Clerk of Petty Sessions during that period.
In this city, on the 1st instant, after an illness of 3 months, Louisa, relict of the late Joseph Feurtado, aged 69 years, leaving a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss.
Mr. George C. H. Lewis has been named Consul in this Island, for the Republic of Guatemala.
Last evening, at No. 2 Prince of Wales St., Allman Town, Sarah Caroline, wife of James Minot. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend her remains from her late residence to the place of interment at 5 o'clock p.m.
In this City, on the night of the 9th March, 1877, Thomas Grattan Dunn, late Lieutenant of Her Majesty's 3rd W. I. Regiment, leaving a Wife and seven children to mourn their irreparable loss. Aged 48 years and 6 months.
Mr. James Gall has been cited to appear before the Judges of the Supreme Court, within 14 days, to answer a criminal charge for publishing and uttering a seditious libel against Sir William Grey while Sir William was Captain General and Governor of this Island.
On Saturday, the 3rd inst., at No. 19 East Street, the Residence of Mr. J. B. Morris, Henrietta Grant.
At St. Andrew's United Presbyterian Church, Kingston, on 14th inst., by the Rev. William Anderson, Hinrich Ratje Jacobsen, Esq., of Bremen, to Mary Louise, daughter of the late Andrew Scott, Esq., Merchant.
The Friends and Acquaintances of Emile and Theodore Lemercier Duquesnay are requested to attend the remains of their mother, Mrs. Charlotte Lemercier Duquesnay from her late residence 27 King Street, to the place of interment at half past four o'clock this afternoon.
The Circuit Court met at Sav-la-Mar on Monday, the 19th; the hon. Allen Ker presiding, and Mr. S. D. Lindo, the Assistant Attorney General for the Circuit, prosecuting. There were several civil cases, listed for trial, in which Mr. Lindo, Mr. Stern and Mr. Arthur Levy are engaged.
On the 19th instant, at the Holy Trinity Church, by the Rev. J. Dupont, Arthur Joseph, third son of Charles Gadpaille, merchant, to Marie Maxima, eldest daughter of the late Louis Ivanhoe Vendryes.
At Lucea, Hanover, on 20th March, 1877, Philip Hart, Esq., aged 52 years.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Robert Baird, Esq., to be Judge of the Port Antonio District Court.
The Lieutenant Governor has accepted Mr. F. Michelin's resignation of this Appointment as an Assessor of Damage under Law 46 of 1874, within the District of the Montego Bay District Court.
The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint James Lewis, Esq., to be a Member of the Board of Parochial Road Commissioners for the Parish of Manchester, for the year 1877.
BRANDON - JOSEPH -- In this City at 131 Orange Street, by the Rev. A. H. Nieto, Minister of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, assisted by the Rev. B. Rittenberg, minister of the English and German Synagogue, Edward James Brandon, of this city, to Fanny Charlotte, eldest daughter orf Benjamin Joseph of Lima, Peru.
At Colon, on the 16th March, 1877, Mrs. Mary Augustine Plunkett, third daughter of Mr. L. J. Desporte, Kingston, Jamaica, aged 47 years.
The Friends and Acquaintances of Alexander Bruce Fraser are requested to attend his remains from Wolmer's Free School to the place of interment at 5 o'clock this evening.
The death of Mr. Alex. Bruce Fraser is announced. Mr. Fraser came to this county nine years ago as second master at Wolmer's, in which situation he remained till yesterday, when he breathed his last. He was a talented young man, and might have made a successful teacher had disease not laid hold of his system.
The long pending case against Mr. C. P. Lazarus of the West-End Foundry, at the instance of Mr. Inspector Lamb, for not complying with the Metal Law in his purchases of metal, was brought to a close in the Police Court yesterday. Mr. Andrews, Jnr., prosecuted, and Mr. Vendryes defended. The prosecution, to sum it up in one word, proved nothing, and the case was dismissed. At the instance of Mr. Vendryes, a certificate of dismissal was granted.
The Royal Mail Company's S. S. Corsica, Captain Brander, arrived at this port yesterday morning from her Eastern tour of the island, bringing 24 passengers, viz: -- From Montego Bay -- Mr. S. G. Corinaldi; Miss Murray and Thomas Hughes. From Lucea: -- Wm. Herring; Harriette Campbell. From Sav-la-Mar - Mrs. and Miss McNeil; Misses L. Sheaf and Magnan; Messrs. B. Tomlinson and McKenzie; Mr. R. Jones and four children. From Black River -- Mrs. Morrison and four children, Elizabeth Ducasse and J. Ennevor & Son. The vessel experienced bad weather on the Northside.
Mr. Alexander Berry, having resigned his seat at the Board of Directors of the Benefit Building Society, the remaining Directors have, in accordance with a rule of then society, called Mr. E. X. Leon to fill up the vacancy.
The Inauguration of a Juvenile Temple in connexion with the I. O. G. T. took place at the Excelsior Lodge Room on Wednesday, 21st instant, Bro. S. P. Smeeton, G. S. J. I., being the Instituting Officer.
On Wednesday last, the 28th inst., the Installation of the officers for the present term took place, as follows: --
Bro. H. R. Walters, C. T.
Sister Emma Mais, V. T.
Bro. Rev. W. C. Murray, Chap.
" Jas. T. Ford, P. C. T.
" C. Chas, Grey, R. S.
" N. Lee, Treas.
" A. F. MacKenzie, F. S.
" P. C. Cunha, W. O.
" Edw. Smeeton, Guard
" James Reid, Sent.
Sister Mare Ford Dep. Mar.
DEATH OF THE EDITOR OF THE FALMOUTH POST
After we had gone to Press we received the sad intelligence of the death of John Castello, Esq., Editor of the Falmouth Post. The sad occurrence took place at his Residence, Bower Hill, in Hanover, on Saturday last, the 24th inst. His death will be Editorially noticed in our next issue -- Falmouth Post
A. O. F. F. S. COURT No. 4,188
April 4, 1877
The Members of the Order and friends of the late Brother, Philip Harry, are requested to attend his remains from his late residence, No. 28 Potter's Row, Rae Town, to the place of interment at 4 o'clock p.m.
At Cherry Garden, St. Andrew, on the 6th April, the wife of Charles Rampini, Esq., Judge of the Kingston District Court, of a daughter.
In this City, on Thursday, the 5th inst., George Orrett, aged 50 years.
The friends of Mr. Wellesley Bourke, snr., Advocate, will regret to learn that the gentleman is so very ill that very little hope of his recovery is entertained by his medical advisers. Mr. Bourke as a professional man, is one of those whom the community can ill afford to lose. It is to be hoped that notwithstanding the dangerous position in which he lies, he will be restored to his usual health.
On Tuesday, the 10th instant, Jestina Reid, in the 55th year of her age, leaving a large circle of Relatives and Friends to mourn her loss.
Yesterday, Mrs. Jane Richards. Friends and acquaintances are requested to attend her remains from her late residence, No. 2 Bond Street, Spanish Town road, to the place of interment, at four o'clock this afternoon.
The friends and acquaintances of the Revd. Daniel B. Douse are requested to attend the remains of his mother, Mrs. Susan Douse, from her late residence, No. 48 Charles Street, at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
The Installation of officers of the Phoenix Holy Royal Arch Chapter, Port Royal, took place on the 12th inst., when the following officers were duly installed into office by the Most Excellent Companion G. J. DeCordova, P. P. Z., assisted by Most Excellent Companions A. DeCordova and R. Langley, P. P. Z.: --
Most Excellent Companion, O. Delgado, Sr., P. Z.
" " " D. Barned, P. H.
" " " O. Delgado, Jr., P. J.
" " W. J. L. Rutherford, S. E.
" " W. D. Smedmore, S. N.
" " J. C. Hollar, P. S.
" " R. Thompson, Treasurer
" " G. P. Myers)
" " J. B. Allen ) Asst. Soj.
" " F. W. Hollar, Janitor.
In London, on the 6th March, Lucy Innet, wife of Giuseppe Caruse, Esq., and youngest daughter of the late Dr. G. P. M. Downer.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Henry Sinclair are requested to attend the remains of his Son, Claudius A. Sinclair, from the Residence, No. 52 Beeston Street, west, to the place of interment, at half past 4 o'clock p.m.
According to announcement, Park Lodge was put up at Auction by Mr. Joseph Stines, at noon, yesterday, and was purchased by Wm. Lee, Esq., for the Hon .S. Constantine Burke, at the bid of £2,720.
It is stated that William Vickers, Esq., the son of the late Hon. Benjamin Vickers, has been appointed Custos of Westmoreland, in the room of his father, deceased.
The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint W. A. Doorly, Esq., Collector of Customs, at Port Antonio, to be Harbour Master at that Port.
After a few days' illness, at 4 o'clock, on Thursday morning, Daniel Edward, the beloved infant son of Mr. Edward Pinnock, Master of the Calabar Model School, Kingston. Aged 10 months and 4 days.
At St. George's Church, Guy's Hill, on Thursday 19th April, by the Father of the Bride, assisted by the Revds. Sharpe, Harty and Linton, the Revd. Charles Melville, to Anna Stewart, second daughter of the Rev. C. R. Chandler.
On the 21st March, at No. 281 Wyckoff St., New York, Frances Louise, wife of Thomas Breakspear, Esq., formerly of this city.
At Old Harbour Market, at 7 a.m., on the 20th instant, the wife of St. Clair S. Aitchison, Esq., of a son.
The Friends and Acquaintances of the late Mr. Richard Lord, are requested to attend his remains from his residence, No. 157 Upper Orange Street, to the Scotch Ground at 5 o'clock p.m. precisely.
There being no Clergyman in to charge of St. Peter's Church, Port Royal, since the Reverend H. Scotland was transferred to Spanish Town, the duties have been performed temporarily by the Rev. George Yeo, from Tortola. We hope shortly to hear of a minister being appointed permanently, Port Royal being a Naval Cure.
At his residence, North Street Villa, yesterday morning, at six o'clock, Simon Magnus, aged 73 years. The funeral will move at nine o'clock this evening. Friends will please receive this intimation.
At his residence, No. 127 Upper Church Street, on Sunday, morning, the 29th instant, James R. Gore, Senior, formerly of Middleton, in the parish of St. Andrew, aged 67 years, deeply mourned by his widow and children. The funeral cortege will leave his late residence for the place of interment today at 4 p.m.
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