"...Welby, by whom he has i family. Ou Wednesday Sir DavidDundas died at Edinburgh, in the seventy-fourth year of his age. He was son of Sir Robert Dundas, one of the principal Clerks of Session iu Scotland ... by a grant of land. ft o m t 21 f to tf. Yesterday wook the Queen received at Windsor news of the death of Prince Charles of Hesse, fathor of her son-in-law, Princo Louis. The late Princo, who was in his sixty ... afternoon the Prince, and Princess of Wales ro-openod Charing-cross Hospital, which had been closed for nearly a year for the purpose of alteration and enlargement. In addition to many valuable improvements ... to afford explanations. Tho senior medical officers of tho hospital were in their respective wards at the time of the Royal visit, and had the honour of being..."
"...by a soldier, Patrick M'Caffery, of the 32nd Regiment, at Fleetwood, and died in September, 1861. Sir John was born in 1854. On Good Friday Sir DavidDundas died at his residence, King's Benoh.walk, Temple ... .-Lancet. On the 24tb ult. the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh visited the Royal Naval Hospital, Malta. They were conducted over the establishment by Dr. J. G. Bernard and Surgeons Bird and Algeo. The Duchess, in passing ... from a serious illness. Mrs. Bernard afterwards entertained their Royal Highnesses at luncheon. The Whitehall Review understands that the Queen and the Prince of Wales have recently had submitted to them ... by Mr. Wills, the florist, and Mr. Bedborough, the architect, the drawings of a very novel structure whioh it is..."
"...I. Guest, Bart,, and wife of Charles Schrieber, Esq., of Melton, Suffolk, formerly M.P. for Cheltenham. Sir D. Dundas.-'SAx DavidDundas, of Beechwood, Midlothian, and Dunira, Perthshire, died ... was 52,659/., a falling off of rather more than 5 per cent, from the previous week.' Obituary JNotices. The Earl of Lindsey.-The Right Hon. George Augustus Frederick Albemarle Bertie, tenth Earl of Lindsey ... , died at his seat, Uffington House, near Stamford, on March 21. The deceased nobleman was the eldest son of Albemarle, ninth earl, by his second countess, Charlotte, daughter of the late Very Rev, Charles ... Peter Layard, D.D., Dean of Bristol, and was born at Uffington House, Nov. 4, 1814. He succeeded to the peerage on the death of his father,..."
"..., the Ducliess 01 Kent, and tlie Koyal family. Born April Ü, Is.'.:. iJieU March 1, l^lú.—IhustraUd London iiicwi.
Ihe Right Hod. Sir DavidDundas, Q.C., died M Friday night, at his residence, lü. King's Bench ... from oftice with his party in 18Ô2. Sir DavidDundas was, with the exception of Lord Chelmsford, the oldest bencher of the Inner Temple.
A Conference convened by the Leicester Trades Council ... warlike. This has beeu particularly the case with those who from personal tiisiik» of Eussia, or out of sympathy with the tone of rii'T papers, were interested in depreciating the ejriies ness of Russia ... -ôlêstou, in passing bentcnoe on him of ouo year's iin-prifeontnexit -with hard labour, said lie..."