"...'s happiest efforts. We have also seen her in Jerrold's Doves in a Cage, where her truly elegant and vivacious acting forms a pleasing contrast with her more serious scenes.
Death of Lord Hood.—Died at Whitley ... ,
on the 25th instant, Henry Viscount Hood, of Whitley, in Warwickshire, and Baron Hood, of Catherington, Hants, in the British and Irish Peerage. His Lordship was in his 83d year, having been bom in August ... the Australian of the 7th of
that month : —
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".... Wakefield, Esq. of Miuworth Greaves. DIED. At Whitley Abbey, on the 25th inst. Henry Viscount Hood, in his 83d year.-At Baldock, Mrs. Susannah Cecil Hampson, in her7Mh year; a daughter ofthe late Earl ... , to the relaxed state of the solids. But the above observations on blood letting had not, at the period of my illness, been made by me ; indeed, my opinion accorded with that of the medical world ... Broadhead, of a] daughter.-On the 22d inst. at Lambeth, Mrs. J. T. Judge, of a daughter, which survived but a few hours. ^ MARRIED. At Bradninch, Devon, S. Jardan Lott, Esq. son of the late H. B. Lott, Esq. M
"...Death or Lord Hood.-Our obituary of this day announces the death of Henry Viscount Hood of Whitley (where he died,) in Warwickshire, and Baron Hood of Catherington, Hants, in the British and Irish ... are dead. He is succeeded in his titles and eBtates by Samuel Hood, eldest son of the deceased Viscount's eldest son, the late Lieutenant Colonel Hood, who died in 1814. The present Viscount Hood is his son ... to such real objects of sympathy to take Covent-garden Theatre for one night, the profits accruing from the performance to be devoted to their relief. The night fixed upon is Saturday, the 13ih of February, when ... �-Portuguese ConsuNGeneral, who ..."
"...the death of Henry Viscount Hood, of Whitley.io Warwickshire, and Baron Hood, of Cather-ingloo, Hants, in the British and Irish peerage. His lordship was in his 83d year, having been oorn in August 1753 ... to 57s; former prices. Cassia Lionfa.-850 chests sold at 57s to 58s 6d. Inoioo is selliog briskly to-day at prices, on an average, 2d per lb. higher than yesterday. Death op Lord Hood.-We have to announce ... . A grinding system of taxation, by continually fomenting discontent, prevents the community from sinking into that death-like lethargy which it is tbe cbiel study of every corrupt and oppressive Government ... . Polish Refugees.-The present distressed state of tbe Polish refugees, and the increasing interest felt in their behalf, have tempted the well-wishers to these real..."