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On March SO, at Mungatangi, William Field Porter, Esq Aged 85 ye.irs On April 4 at her residence, Prown-street, Graham's Town, Thames Elisha Johnston, relict of the late Ihomas Johnston, Esq , of Market-square, Lisbuin, count* Antrim, On April 7, Janet, daughter of David Grubb. Aged 1 year and 4 montln. „ . , ,, On April 7 Samuel, infant son of Mr Owen. Aged 6} months. On April 8 at Howick, Frederick William Henry, son of Captain Irvine Aged 8 months On April 9, at Ireland-street Freeman's Bay, John James, the only son of James and Mary Clare On April 11. at his father's residence, Hobson-stroet. George Alexander, youngest son of Captain Daniel Sellars, of the s s. ' Tauranga.' Aged 13 months Ou Apiil 11. Mr Chailes Philpot. Aged 41 years Or April 7, at his residence, Ghuznee-street, Wellington, Edward, second son of the late Edward Bull, Esq , of Dubhu. Aped 28 years On April 11, Eliza Jane, daughter of Mr. Robert Otter. Aged 18 month* On April 15, at Shortland, Isabel Mary, second daughter of the late Captain William Young. Deeply regretted by all to whom she was known On April 10 at his re»idence. Grey-street, Shortland, Mr. Duncan McKenzie, lato of Minerva-place, Glasgow. Aged On ApnUQ, Ernest Randall, infant son of Frederick Hewin. Aged 7 months, On April 19, Mrs Jemima Gilberd, formerly of Devon, England. Aged 72 years On April 20, John, infant son of Mr. Jume* Anderion. Aged 21 month*. . ... On April 21, at Parnell, John Alfred Collinson, ton of the late John Collinson Eiq . of Kingiton-upon Hull, Yorkshire Aged 44 years -Euglish papers please copy. Ou «pril 22 at Karangaliape Boad, James Laurie, ion of tlie late James Laurie. Aged 6 > ears ,„,..., , On April 2 at Poverty Bay, Joseph Alfred, third Son of William King, builder. Aged 4 months On April 10 at Poverty Bay, « illinm Henry, lecond <son of William King, builder. Aged 2 years On April 25, at her father'* residence, Normans Hill Onehunga, Helen Maria, eldest d .u*hter of W H. Williams. Aged 3 years md 4 months — Otago paper* please copy. On April 20 at Nelsou-street Elizabeth Jane, infant daughter of Mr B Gilmore Aged 11 weeks. On April 25 at P.illen-stroet Shortland, Caroline, daughter of Mr. William Culpitt Aged 8 monthi On April 27, at his residence, Abercrombie-ureet, Mr. Jonn On ApnYW after a long »nd painful illness, Mr. Clement Partridge Aged 62 years. On April 27, Matilda, the beloved wife of Mr. John Owens, Tookey'aFlat Aged 40 year* On April 24. at Whangapoua after * short illness, in the nineteenth year of his age. Henry Francis, second aon of Joseph and Arabella Coghlan. Deeply regretted by all to whom he was knnwn. On December 29, 1868, at Invercarglll, of disease of the heart. Dr. William Willsou, homoeopathist, formerly of Auckland. Aged 6 ■> years. On April 8, *t Hamilton Waikato, Mr. Duncan McLarty, son of Mr Alexander MoLarty Baranlcol, Argyleshire, Scotland. Aged 30 years —Home papers please copy On April 28, after * shoit illneM, Mr William Appleyard, Newmarket Hotel, Alexandra Aged 49 yean. On May 5, at Onehunga, Michael Killduff On May 6 *t Newton House, Josephine, the beloved wife of Daniel B Orchard E«iq Aged 36 ye»r*. On May 6, »t Onehung*. *fter » long and painful illness, borne with Christian ro«ign»tlon to thi Divint will, Mn. Eleanor Bloxsome In the 51st year of her age. On May 6, in Auckland, Mary, Baroness de Thierry Aged 35 years. leaving a, larse family to Ument her death.

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DEATHS., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXV, Issue 3684, 10 May 1869

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DEATHS. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXV, Issue 3684, 10 May 1869

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