Grahamstown Journal

Grahamstown Journal 1852 - 3 - July to September

Saturday 3 July 1852

MARRIED at Port Elizabeth on Wednesday 30th June by the Rev. John Wilson, Wesleyan Minister, James Edward, younger son of the late Mr. James HOWSE of Graham's Town, to Mary Parr, only daughter of Mr. John PYE, late of Liverpool

DIED of bronchitis at King William's Town, June 15th 1852, Francis Dunbar Palmer, son of Rev. F.P. GLADWIN, Wesleyan Minister, aged two years

Saturday 10 July 1852

BIRTH at Graham's Town on Thursday morning the 8th July inst, the wife of Mr. J. STONE of a son

MARRIED at Storm Berg Spruit, Division of Albert, on the 24th June 1852 by the Rev. Mr. SMAILS, Anthony Alexander O'REILLY Esq to Anna, second daughter of A. GILFILLAN Esq, JP for Albert

DIED at King William's Town on Sunday 4th July 1852 after 16 weeks suffering, Charlton Stuart, youngest son of Wallace HEWETSON, aged 5 years

DIED at Fort Hare on the 19th June 1852, Emily Rebecca, daughter of Joseph and Rebecca MILDENHALL, aged 2 years 6 months and 4 days

DIED at Cradock on Sunday July the 4th after three years illness, Margaret Catharine, third daughter of the Rev. Geo. H. GREEN, aged 5 years and 1 month

DIED of bronchitis at Graham's Town, July 7 1852, aged 2 years and 6 months, Jane Eliza, second daughter of Rev. G. CHAPMAN, Wesleyan Minister

EMIGRATION
We regret to learn that owing to the protraction of the war and the at present seeming uncertainty as to the ultimate settlement of border affairs, several young men of the Cradock district intend emigrating to Australia. We would urge upon the parties not to be too precipitate; for as few countries surpass this in the extent of its resources, and as the expedition across the Kei evinces the determination of the government to fight on until a solid peace be obtained, we would counsel the intending emigrants to wait a little longer until the aspect of affairs be yet more clearly seen, whether for good or evil. Where there is great expectancy at present it would be unwise to take any rush step that cannot be recalled. It should be remembered that the upset price of land in Australia is 20s the acre.

Saturday 17 July 1852

DIED at Graham's Town on the 10th inst, after a lingering illness, Robert Glyn, seventh son of Qr.Master RORKE CMR, aged 3 years and 8 months

Saturday 24 July 1852

MARRIED by the Rev. J. Laing at Lovedale on 14th July 1852, Charles BROWNLEE Esq to Frances, eldest daughter of Rev. W.R. THOMPSON

BIRTH at Fort Peddie on the 16th inst, Mrs. LONG of a son

DIED at Fort Peddie on the 18th inst, Durbec Stephens, youngest son of Mr. Wm. Mills EDYE Esq, Resident Magistrate for the District of Fort Peddie, aged 2 years and 4 months

DIED at Fort Peddie on the 19th July after a lingering illness, Alice Elizabeth, aged 2 years and 6 months, youngest daughter of F.C. and Emily WEBB of Fort Peddie

The undersigned takes this means of publicly expressing his thanks for the prompt and successful assistance afforded to him in the recovery of his cattle when taken by marauders last week. He would particularly mention Lt. GOODISON CMR, in command at Driver's Hill, the party of Lancers and CMR and Mr. KOESTER, the guide stationed at that camp, to whose exertions he is indebted for the recovery of his property. He begs also to thank Capts. CAREY and SALIS, CMR, for their promptitude in sending information to that station, and also to Mr. SURMON of the Rural Police for his offer to leave him men for his protection on the night after the attack, although they had been the two previous nights on patrol in the Kowie Bush. To this prompt and combined assistance he is indebted for the restoration of his property and he deems it his duty, therefore, thus to express his sense of the valuable and effective service rendered to him in a time of need.
J. CARLISLE
Belmont

Saturday 31 July 1852

BIRTH this morning at Eden Grove, the wife of Mr. Nathaniel HOWSE of a son

BIRTH at Port Elizabeth on the 24th July, Mrs. N. MEYER of a daughter

MARRIED on 13th July 1852 at St.John Church, Fort Beaufort by the Rev. Thos [Hench], William, youngest son of the late Captain KNIGHT, 7th Dragoon Guards, to Leonora Alford, youngest daughter of Chas. ROSS Esq, late of the CM Riflemen

SERIOUS ACCIDENT
On Wednesday afternoon as Mr. S. DE SMIDT, residing at No.70 Bree Street, was riding down Long Street, his horse became unmanageable, and getting the bit between his teeth started off at full speed. In endeavouring to turn down Castle Street the unfortunate young gentleman was thrown with great violence and received a dangerous fracture on the head. Drs. LAING, ROUX and FLECK were promptly on the spot and rendered every possible assistance. He was carried to the house of his grandmother, Mrs. STRONK, where we understand he still lies insensible.

Saturday 7 August 1852

BIRTH at Somerset East on the 30th July 1852, the wife of Hougham HUDSON Jun Esquire of a son

DIED at her residence in Hill Street on the 27th July 1852, Mrs. Mary STYLE, relict of the late Mr. Thos. STYLE, in the 70th year of her age, leaving seven children and a large circle of friends to lament their loss. Deceased was one of the original Settlers of 1820.
Graham's Town

DIED at Church Place, Oliphant's Hoek, on Saturday at midnight, the 31st July 1852, Margaret Rosina, only daughter of Hendrik and Johanna VAN ROOYEN. Aged 11 months and 18 days.

W. POWELL
Saddle and Harness Maker
Hill Street, Church Square
Has commenced business in the above line on the premises lately in the occupation of Mr. WHILEY, confectioner, where he hopes by strict attention to business , with the best material and workmanship, combined with reasonable charges, to obtain a share of public patronage.

Saturday 14 August 1852

MARRIED by special licence in St. Georges Cathedral, Cape Town on Saturday 31st July 1852 by the Rev. W.A. Newman MA, William Harvey MERCER Esq, Capt. Hon'ble EIC 37th Grenadiers, to Maria Melvina, fourth daughter of F. ROESCH Esq of this city.

BIRTH at Fort Murray, British Kaffraria, on the 4th instant, the lady of John MACLEAN Esq, Commissioner for the H'lambies, of a son

DIED at Block Drift on the 25th July 1852, Mary Ann Eliza, aged 2 years and two months, only daughter of Robert and Harriett MURRAY

Saturday 21 August 1852

MARRIED at King William's Town on the 20th July 1852 by Rev. Mr. GLADWIN, Wesleyan Missionary, W.G.B. SHEPSTONE Esq (second son of Rev. W. SHEPSTONE, Wesleyan Missionary) Civil Commissioner for the Division of Victoria, to Amelia, second daughter of Chas. FULLER Esq. of King William's Town.

DIED on the 6th August at King William's Town, Kaffraria, of inflammation of the lungs, brought on by measles, universally regretted, Frances Penelope Wallis, the adored wife of Captain MANSERGH, 6th Royal Regt, and second daughter of the late Wallis ADAMS Esq, Kilbow House, County Cork.

DIED at King William's Town on the 9th Aug, Edward Henry, youngest son of J. and L. USHER, aged 1 year and 8 months

DIED at East London on the 11th Aug, 1852, Mary Anne, only daughter of James DORRELL and Mary RYDER, aged 4 years and 4 months

DIED at Somerset East on Sunday morning the 15th Aug, William Hougham, son of Hougham HUDSON Jnr. Esq, aged 16 days.

DIED at Cradock after five weeks severe suffering, Sarah Ellen, fourth daughter of the Rev. G.H. GREEN, Wesleyan Minister, aged one year and seven months

KEI EXPEDITION
The Albany List
List of Volunteers from Graham's Town and Neighbourhood who have gone on the expedition to the Kei.
Wm. STUBBS, Commandant
AMOS, John
ASPINALL, __
APPLEBY, G.
BEST, Wm.
BARRABLE, Wm.
BOUCHER, J.
BOLD, Wm.F.
BROOKS, Chas.
BROWN, Alex.
BOWLES, Joseph
COCK, Nathaniel
CARLISLE, Robert
COLLINS, ___
COLLINS, ___
COREY, John
COPLEY, George
DOYLE, William
DOLD, John
DUFFIELD, John
DUGGAN, David
DURNEY, Michael
DRAKE, Stephen
DIXON, Henry
DAWSON, James
DYKE, Stephen
ESTMENT, Henry
ELLIOT, Daniel
FEATHERSTONE, Robert
FULLER, John
FITZGERALD, M.
FAIR, Chas.
FRANCIS, Jos.
FYNN, Wm.
FORWARD, W.
GREEN, Geo.
GRADWELL, D.
GRANT, Chas.
GALLAGHER, T.
HOLDSTOCK, W.
HARTLEY, David
HAYTER, J.
HALL, Robert
HALL, Edward
HEATHCOTE, Chas.
HEATHCOTE, Gil.
HEATH, T.
HAYDON, C.
HOGAN, W.
HOWES, C.
HARPER, E.
HILL, Cumberland
HYDE, J.
JONES, C.
JONES, J.
KNOTT, B.
KING, Thos. Jun.
KEEN, T.
KELLY, J.
LATHAM, C.
LEE, W.
LEE, H.
LEE, C.
LAMB, Thos.
MILLER, W.
MILLER, J.
MILLER, C.
MORTON, D.
MITCHLEY, P.
MONTEITH, ___
MIDGELY, P.
PENNY, C.
PASKIN, J.
PARKER, T.
PHILLIPS, G.
PAYNE, ___
PRESTON, R.
PARKINS, ___
PASSMORE, Wm.
PAYNE, S.
PENNY, Wm.
ROBERTS, Jas.
ROBERTS, Hy.
REYNOLDS, R.
ROBEY, G.
REILLY, F.
SMITH, H.
SCOTT, D.
SMITH, D.
SCANLEN, W.
STEWART, C.
SANSOM, W.
SHORT, J.
SMITH, W.
TALBOT, J.
TESTARD, J.
THOMPSON, D.
WEDDERBURN, J.
WEDDERBURN, C.
WEBB, Thos.
WEAKLEY, Joseph
WALLACE, Wm.
WEBB, J.
WOODLAND, J.
WEBB, Wm.
WEBSTER, C.
WARREN, T.
WARREN, R.
WINTER, ___
WHITEHEAD, G.
WRIGHT, J.
WHITTLE, J.
WIGGETT, J.B.
WIGGETT, J.
COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS
Sidbury:
POLLARD, S.
SANDAY, J.
Riet Fontein and Dell's Camp:
BROWN, T.
WIGGLE, M.
MACLEAN, C.
Usher's Mill:
WALKER, R.
DAVIS, W.
Salem (Native Volunteers)
[16 names listed]
Salem and Neighbourhood:
DICKASON, H.
DUGMORE, W.
EMSLEY, W,
EMSLEY, G.
EMSLEY, C.
FILLMORE, J.
FILLMORE, T.
JACKINS, W.
HILL, C.
PAXTON, H.
SHELVER, A.
WEBBER, J.
Atherstone's and Neighbourhood:
BERTRAM, P.
BROOKHUIZEN, G.
CUMMING, G. Jun
DAMANT, H.
GREY, E.
HUTTON, H.
JOACHIM. ___
WHITE, T.
Wilmot's Camp:
WILMOT, S.
WILMOT, H.
PARR, G.
PARR, H.
DENTON, H.

CONTRIBUTIONS:
ANDERSON, KENNELLY & Co £20
ALLISON, J. £10
ATTWELL, B. £2
AYLIFF, Jonathan £2
AUSTEN, R. £1
AURET, W.H. £1
ALLCOTT 10s
BLAINE Brothers £50
BLACK, J & Co £30
BIRKENRUTH, N. £25
BRADFIELD, J. £20
BENJAMIN, M. £10
BROOKS, B. £10
BRUMMAGE, S. £5
BOOTH, E. £5
BECK, A.W. £5
BLACKBEARD, R. £1
BEMFORD, ___ £1
BRIGHT, ___ £1
BEZANT, C. £1
BARCLAY, ___ £1
BOLD, J.S. 5s
BEEDLE, W. 5s
BARRABLE, D.S. 5s
BULL, John 1/6
CAWOOD Brothers £100
CARLISLE, F. £10
CROUCH, R. Sen £10
CLOUGH, G.C. £10
CARLISLE, R.W. £5
COCKCROFT, T. £5
CROFT, C.T. £5
COLE, F.H. £3
CLAPPERTON, H. £2 10s
COGAN & SHEA £2
CHADWICK, C. £2
COCKROFT, W. £1
CUMMING, G. £1
CAMPBELL, C.T. £1
CAMPBELL, J. £1
COLLIER, J.P. £1
COLLINS, Joseph £1
CARNEY, J.H. £1
COCKCROFT, C. 10s
CHARLTON, ___ 5s
CUMMING, ___ 5s
DELL, E.H. £100
DREDGE Brothers £30
DOLD, J. £20
DOUGLAS, J. £5
DANIELS, W.W. £5
DIXIE, P. £2 10s
DEVEREUX, Dr. £2
DICKER, W. £2
DIXON, J.H. £1 1s
DICKER, W. Jun. £1
DICKS, S. £1
DICKS, E. £1
DENNISON, G. 10s
DE FONTEIN, E. 5s
DOYLE, J.T.V. 5s
DAVIS, ___ 2/6
Eastern Province Bank £50
Eastern Prov. Assurance Co. £25
EVERLEY, J. £10
ERSKINE, A. £5
EDDIE, Dr. £5
EDKINS, J. £1
EDWARDS, T. £1
EEDES, E.J. £1
EGAN, E. £1
ENNIS, W. £1
EDWARDS, R. £1
ECKLEY, J.C. 10s
Frontier Agricul. & Com. Bank £50
FINAUGHTY, J. £15
FLETCHER, W.A. £10
FORDRED, J. £5
FUTTER, G. Sen £5
FUTTER, J. £1 10s
FUTTER, G. Jun £1
FORRESTER, R. £1
FITZGERALD, ___ £1
Friend £1
FUTTER, W. 10s
Friend 5s
GODLONTON & WHITE £25
GRUBB, C, £5
GALPIN, H. £5
GILBERT, G. £5
GLASS, B. £5
GLASS, W. £5
GLASS, J. £4
GLASS, D. £4
GOWIE, C.R. £3
GREEN, Joseph £2 2s
GLASS, T. £2
GRAHAME, J. £1
GLASS, J. £1
GEORGE, W. £1
GROGHAN, J. £1
GATONBY, J. £1
GUNN, G. 10s
GRADWELL, W. 10s
GORRIE, James 10s
HAYTON, John £15
HUME, D. £15
HILL, J. £15
HUDSON, Hougham £10
HAW & Co £10
HAW, S.& E. £10
HARDING, S. £5
HANCOCK, E. £5
HARPER, Jas. £5
HUGHES, John £3
HILL, P. £2 10s
HANCOCK, R. £2 10s
HOLLAND, F. £1 1s
HOLLAND, R. £1 1s
HOLLAND, T. £1 1s
HART, J. £1
HYDE, A. £1
HOCKEY, B. £1
HARPER, J. £1
HUNT, S. £1
HOCKEY, W. £1
HAMILTON, J. £1
HARTY, M. £1
HARTLEY, H.C. 10s
HOWELL, H. 10s
HARDING, ___ 1s
I'ONS, F. £5
IMPEY, Geo. £2
IMPEY, G. Jun £1
IRVING, E. £1
INGLE, T. 5s
JARVIE, R. £50
JARVIS, Geo. £25
JAFFRAY, W.M. £5
JENNINGS, J. £1
JACKSON, J. 10s
JUSON, ___ 10s
JEROME, J. 10s
JOYCE, T. 5s
JACOBS, G. 5s
KING, T.F. £15
KROHN, N.P. £10
KROHN, P.F £10
KING, F. £5
KEMP, ___ £5
KIDD, C. £2
KEENE, Thos. £1
KEIGHTLEY, W. £1
KETTLES. D. £1
KEMP. W. £1
KNOWLES, H. £1
LUCAS, P.W. £5
LUCAS, F. £5
LAWRANCE, J. £5
LANGFORD, T. £5
LATHAM, J. £5
LEVEY, J.B. £5
LEPPAN, G. £5
LOWE. D. 5s
Municipality of Graham's Town £100
MANDY, S.D.& Co. £25
McMASTER, J. £20
MUNDY, S. £5
MARCUS, F. £3
MURRAY, J. £3
MARSH, G. £3
MILLER, J. £1 10s
MORGAN, Dr. £1
MULLETT, C. £1
MARSH, J. £1
MITCHLEY, J. £1
MILES, W. £1
MILLER, Widow 10s
McLEAN, C. 10s
MARTIN, J. 7/6
McCALL, J. 5s
MILLER, G. 5s
MACKALLAH, J. £1 5s
NELSON, T. £20
NELSON, C. £5
NICHOLLS, G.J. £10
NOBLE, W. £1
OGILVIE, W. £10
ORSMOND, C. £5
O'DONNELL, H. £3
ORSMOND, J. £2 10s
ORSMOND, G. £2
O'REILLY, Col. £1
PAKENHAM & FRAMES £20
POTE, Chas. £20
PARKER, James £10
POTE. P. £5
PALMER. G. £5
POWELL, P. £5
PENNY, A. £5
PRYCE, J. £2
POWELL, J. Sen £2
PITT, Widow £1
PEARCE, Mr. £1
POTTER, Mr. £1
PIKE, W. £1
POWELL, W. 5s
RUTHERFOORD, H.B. £20
ROBERTS, John £5
ROBERTS, W. £3 3s
ROBERTS, B. £2 2s
ROUSE, Mrs. £2
ROWLES, S.E. £1
RICHARDS, W.A. 10s
RICHARDS, R. 5s
RECALLACK 5s
SLATER, C. £25
SLATER, J.F. £10
STONE, J.J.H. £10
SHEPPERSON, B.M. £5
STANDEN, Jonathan £5
SELWYN, W. £5
STANGER, S. £5
SMITH, J.H. £3
SMITH, Walter £2
SMITH, W.C. £1
STREAK, W. £1
STEAD, G. £1
SOLE, ___ £1
STANTON, R. £1
SWAN, J. £1
SIMPSON, R. 10s
SHONE, T. 10s
STYLE, T. 10s
TEMLETT, James £25
THOMPSON, W.R. Jun £25
THOMAS, John £10
TAYLOR, Jos. £5
THACKWRAY, J. £5
TEMLETT, J. £5
TROTTER, W. £5
TILDESLEY, S. £5
TROLLIP, J. Sen £5
THOMAS, James £2
TAYLOR, E.T. £2
THOMPSON, P.R. £2
TUDHOPE, F. £1
TINNENY, ___ £1
TREADWAY, J. £1
THOMAS, ___ 10s
TUDHOPE, John 10s
TRUTER, ___ 10s
THOMAS, R. 2/6
UPTON, Mrs. 10s
WOOD, Geo. £50
WRIGHT, W. £20
WILLIAMS, John £5
WATSON, C. £5
WALKER, J. Jun £2 10s
WHILEY, J. £2
WHELDON, J. £2
WATSON, W. £2
WRIGHT, C. £1
WRIGHT, Ebenezer £1
WALKER, Thos. £1
WATSON, S. 10s
WARD, H. 5s
WELBELOVED, ___ 5s
WHITTLE, W. 5s
WIGGETT, W. 3s
Widow's mite 6d
YELLING W. £4
YELLING, J. £1
Total Graham's Town £1700 12 6
[line missing] £23 15s
AUSTEN, W.& J. Sidbury £3
LENHAM, T. Sidbury 10s
BERRINGTON, Thos. Kowie £5
Total: £1732 17 6
G.C. FRAMES
Treasurer

BARRINGTON, Thos. a horse
BOYLE, James do
HEWSON, F do
PAXTON, W. do
POTE, Chas. Do
SPARKS, R. do
WOOD, G. & J. do
STONE, R.G. a horse, saddle and bridle, and gun
FINAUGHTY, J. a horse, 2 saddles and gun
EDKINS, Jos. a saddle and bridle
LAWRANCE, J. a saddle and bridle
LANGFORD, T. do
HART, J. do
HUME, David do
RHODES, C. do
SPARKS Sen. do
FRIEDLANDER, M. a gun
OSGROVE, ___ a gun
HOWSE, N. 2 guns
GOLDSWAIN, J. a saddle and gun
BLAINE, H. saddlery &c

LOANS

  Horses Saddles Bridles
AYLIFF, Jonathan   1 1
BLACK, James   1 1
BLAINE, H 1 1 1
BEST, R 1 1 1
COCK, Hon. W 1 1  
CAWOOD Brothers 1 1  
CARLISLE, F     1
CRUMP, Henry 1 1 1
DELL, Stephen 1 1 1
HEIDEMANN, COCK & Co 2 2 2
HOLDSGROVE, __     1
JARVIS, Robert 2 2 2
KING,T 1    
LEE, F 1 1  
LEE, Widow Geo. 1 1 1
MANDY & Co   1 1
NORDEN, Jos.     1
PAKENHAM & FRAMES 1 1  
PARKER, James   4 4
READ, R 2 1 1
SHEPHERD, W 1 1  
SHEPPERSON, B.M.   1  
ULYATE, Henry 1 1  
VICE, James     1
WEDDERBURN, W 1 2 2
WEBB, J 1    

NB Clerks in the service of the two banks and various mercantile establishments, as well as apprentices, who have joined the Expedition, are in all cases retaining their situations and pay, without prejudice in other aspects to their interests.

STATEMENT OF PURCHASES to date by the Equipment Committee and settled by drafts on the Treasurer
65 horses £1055
13 do and 11 saddles & bridles £251 9 6
35 saddles & bridles £94 4 0
44 guns, mainly rifles and double barrels £419 12 6
Farriery £13 14 3
Saddler for repairs £22 10 2
Saddler for side bags &c £4 17 3
14 cloaks and other clothing £36 7 6
Coffee, sugar &c £26 18 0
Forage £7 16 0
Blankets &c for 16 native volunteers from Salem £8 17 10
Total £1941 7 0
Receipts by Treasurer of subscriptions as per list £1732 17 6
Other liabilities may be expected for expenses on the road to the muster at the Imvani
G.C. FRAMES, Treasurer
Graham's Town, 21st Aug 1852

COMMITTEE
H. BLAINE Chairman
G.C. FRAMES Treasurer
BIRKENRUTH, N.
CAWOOD, Jas. *
CAWOOD, S.
CLOUGH, G.C.
CURRIE, Walter *
DELL, E.H. *
FINAUGHTY, J.H. *
FRANKLIN, J.G.
FULLER, H.
GODLONTON, Hon. R.
IMPEY, Geo. Sen
JARVIE, R.
KING, T.F.
LAWRANCE, J.
MANDY, S.D.
NELSON, T.
OGILVIE, W.
POTE, C.
STUBBS, T.
STUBBS, W.
TEMLETT, Jas.
WOOD, Geo.
* These formed the sub committee for equipment and were ably assisted by Mr. Thos. STUBBS
Published by order of the Committee
H. BLAINE, Chairman

Saturday 28 August 1852

DIED at Fort Grey on the 19th August 1852, after eighteen days suffering, Emma Caroline, second daughter of John Richard and Eliza MISKIN, aged three years and five months.

Saturday 4 September 1852

BIRTH at Church Place, Oliphant's Hoek, Mrs. S.C. HINDS of a daughter, Aug 25th 1852

Saturday 11 September 1852

Departed this life on 3rd September 1852, Mrs. Robert HART Senior, aged 75 years, after a severe affliction, borne with Christian resignation about 29 years – the last few years helpless as an infant – and a firm faith in her Redeemer, with whom I trust her soul is now enjoying all the blessings of redeeming love.
She has left a disconsolate husband, after a happy union of 48 years 5 months, and a numerous family and circle of friends to lament a loss which, notwithstanding her bodily helplessness, they acutely feel.
Robt. HART Senior
Glen Avon
6th September 1852

Saturday 18 September 1852

BIRTH at King William's Town, Mrs. George USHER of a daughter
September 12th 1852

DEATH in the Castle, Cape Town, on the 10th Sept in her 17th year, Georgina Irvine, beloved daughter of the Assistant Commissary General DE SMIDT

Saturday 25 September 1852

Kowie River, Albany 20 September 1852
BIRTH, Mrs. W.F. COCK of a son

MARRIED at D'Urban, Natal by special licence on the 26th August, the Honourable John BIRD Esq, Acting Surveyor General, and second son to Lieut.Col. BIRD, for many years Secretary to the Government at the Cape, to Sarah Armstrong, eldest daughter of the late James William FAIRBRIDGE Esq MD of Uitenhage

DIED at Graham's Town on Friday morning the 17th September 1852, after a short illness, Elizabeth Anne, the beloved wife of Mr. Francis KING, aged 23 years and 1 month. Deceased has left a husband and three young children, together with a large circle of relatives and friends, to mourn their irreparable loss. Her end was peace.
20 Sept 1851 [sic]
Also on the 22nd instant, Francis David, infant son of Mr. Francis KING, aged 14 days
24th Sept. 1852

DIED in the Drostdy Barracks, Graham's Town on the 23rd instant after a lingering illness of sixteen weeks, Mary Ann Elizabeth, youngest and beloved daughter of James and Elizabeth BARTHOLOMEW, aged 2 years 2 months and 3 days

DIED at King William's Town on Thursday 16th inst of inflammation of the lungs, Thomas. Eldest son of the late Mr. Thomas DOYLE of Graham's Town, aged 23 years.

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