N° 32 638
LONDON, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1889
O n the 1st inst., at Sheerness Dockyard, the wife
of CAPT. A.C. CURTIS, R.N., H.M.S. Duncan,
of a son.
O n the 2nd inst., at 27, Brick Street, Hyde Park,
NW, the wife of LEONARD LIONEL COHEN,
of a daughter.
O n Friday, 1st March, at St. Hilda’s, Camberwell,
Miss MARY MORSTAN, daughter of the late
Capt. ARTHUR MORSTAN of the 34th Bombay
Infantry, and JOHN H. WATSON, M.D., of 221B
Baker -Street, London.
O n the 28th Feb., suddenly, at Rosemont, Landor
Road, Stockwell, ELIZABETH DIANA, widow
of GEORGE LEWIS BROOKE, aged 52, (nee
Campion). American papers, please copy.
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S UPPLICES and CASSOCKS, both clergy and
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A TELEGRAM for BAYNES, from Japan, has
been received by Reuters’ Telegram Company,
Limited, No. 19, Fenchurch, London, EC, but cannot
be delivered through INSUFFICIENT ADDRESS
T EN POUNDS REWARD. — LOST, on the
1st March, at Portman rooms, a DIAMOND
BROOCH, consisting of large diamond, in blue
enamel setting. Whoever will take same to