BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS.
Announcements under this heading are charged for as follows:-- Birth, 2s 6d; Marriage, 2s 6d; Notice of Death, 1s 6d; Interment 2s 6d. These announcement must be Prepaid and duly Authenticated.
BYRON -- December 28, at No. 7, Pump Street, Londonderry, the wife of Henry A. Byron, of a son.
CONWAY -- December 30, at 28, Fenilworth Road, Rathgar, the wife of M. B. Conway, of a daughter.
FITZGERALD -- December 29, at The Priory, Monkstown, Dublin, the wife of Edward Fitzgerald, of a daughter.
GOODWIN -- December 24, at Kerr's Bay Lodge, Rathmullan, the wife of Samuel Goodwin, of a daughter.
CHAPMAN--STOKES -- December 30, in Clontarf Church, by the Rev. Professor Stokes, B.D., Vicar of All Saints', Blackrock, Dublin, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. MacNevin Bradshaw, M.A., Incumbent, Wellesley Poole Chapman, to Eleanor Susan, fifth daughter of John Stokes.
JAMIESON--HANNAH -- December 30, in York Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Thomas Hamilton, M.A., John Lowry Jamieson, Dublin, to Carrie, youngest daughter of James Hannah, Cherrymount, Belfast.
SCOTT--CAMPBELL -- December 31, in St. James's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. John Spence, M.A., John Gordon Scott, to Alice, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Samuel Campbell, both of Belfast.
LITTLE -- December 31, as her father's residence, Finvoy, Cookstown, Nannie, beloved and only daughter of David Little. Her remains will be removed for interment in Sandholes Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Friday), 2nd. inst., at eleven o'clock a.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
TAYLOR -- December 30, at 44, Relf Road, Peckham, London, James Taylor, H.M. Customs, late of Belfast. His remains will be removed from the Fleetwood steamer, on Saturday morning, at nine o'clock, for interment ia Newtownbreda burying-ground.
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DONNELLY -- December 29, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Dublin, Joseph J. N. Donnelly, of 52 Harold's Cross, Dublin, aged twenty-six years.
GRADY -- December 29, at his residence, 19, Elm Grove, Cullenswood, Valentine Grady, aged fifty-two years.
M'GOWAN -- December 28, at Ballykeel, Moneyrea, James Orr M'Gowan, aged seventy-four years.
MAJOR and Brevet Colonel F. Chapman, of the Royal Artillery, has been removed from the seconded list to the effective establishment as a Regimental Major.
Major C. H. S. Butler, Adjutant of the 2nd Glamorganshire Rifle Volunteers, is about to vacate that appointment, which he has held since the 27th of July, 1882.
Captain F. W. S. Grant, of the 1st Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, has been promoted Major on the half-pay list.
Captain T. C. Jameson, of the Scottish Rifles, becomes Regimental Major by the promotion of Major Hamilton, and will remain for duty with the 2nd Battalion, serving at Cawnpore.
Captain J. A. Hay, 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry, succeeds to a regimental majority by the promotion of Major Harvey.
Captain and Honorary Major B. E. Sheehy, of the 5th Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers, has been promoted Substantive Major.
Captain and Adjutant G. Rowan Hamilton, of the 3rd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, has been granted the honorary rank of Major, in accordance with the Militia Regulations of 1883.
Captain B. T. B. Flood, of the South Lancashire Regiment, has retired, receiving a gratuity.
Captain C. M. Barlow, of the Royal Artillery, who has just been promoted to that rank, has been transferred from the K Battery A Brigade to the H Battery 4th Brigade, and ordered to hold himself in readiness to embark to join his new battery in South Africa.
Deputy Surgeon General H. B. Hassard, the Principal Medical Officer in Ireland, has been promoted Surgeon-General, in succession to Surgeon General Gilborne, retired.