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The war between Paraguay and the allies was ended on the 1st of March by the defeat and death of President Lopez, on the Brazilian frontier. The remnants of his army dispersed, and his family, including his mistress, Madame Lynch, were taken to Rio de Janeiro and sent to Europe. A provisional government for Paraguay was formed at Asuncion, under the protection of Brazil, and went into successful operation in March. The allied armies returned to their respective countries in April, and on the 2d of May the Count d'Eu, the Brazilian Commander-in-Chief, had a magnificent reception at Rio de Ja neiro. In September, a revolution occurred at Asuncion. Rivarola was deposed, and Senor Machain was made Provisional Governor by a convention of deputies.

Oct. 7, The Brazilian Cabinet reconstructed under Viscount St. Vincent: 23, Consternation at Montevideo; attack threatened by the Blanco party; 25, The siege of the city by the Blancos began.


Jan. 23, The United States corvette Oneida was sunk by a collision with the British steamer Bombay, near Yokohama, Japan. Nearly all on board were lost, including Commander Williams. Feb. 27, Completion of the Bombay and Suez cable. Communication opened with London. March 9, J. McLeary Brown was appointed ambassador to the western powers by the Chinese govern ment, in place of Mr. Burlingame, who died in February. June, India ravaged by the at Tien' Tsin by a Chinese mob. July 21, cholera; 21, Horrible massacre of Europeans Attack on the French Consulate, at Canton, by the rabble. Sept. 1, Destruction of Samsoun, Asia Minor, by fire; 2500 houses and 6 churches burned. Oct. 26, The Mikado of Japan interviewed by Hon. William H. Seward. Nov. 8, Tartar insurrection in Mongo



Feb. 9, Defeat of a negro army in Senegal by French troops. During the year there was general interest excited in Europe and America over the reports of the wonderful success of the miners in the diamond diggings on the Vaal River, Transvaal Republic, în South-Africa. The effect was to attract thither a large number of emigrants from all

March 9, Terrible tornado at Buenos Ayres; the city submerged, and many lives lost. April 11, Assassination of General Urquiza, ex-Dictator of the Argentine Confederation; 27, Capture of Caraccas, in Venezuela, by General Blanco; retreat of President Monagas. May 1, Beginning of the Lopez-Jordan rebellion in the Argentine Confederation. I parts of the world.



son_Burlingame, Minister from China to the Western Powers, at St. Petersburg, aged Dec. 24, 1869, Edwin M. Stanton, late Sec- 48. March 1, Francisco Solano Lopez, Presiretary of War, at Washington, aged 55. Jan. dent of Paraguay, aged 43; 7, J. J. Paul, 1, 1870, Benjamin F. Hopkins, M.C., at Madi- Venezuelan Minister to the United States, at son, Wis.; 3, General Stephen McGroarty, Washington, aged 45; 12, Charles, Count of at Cincinnati; 4, William L. Goggin, ex-M. Montalembert, in France, aged 60; 26, ExC., at Richmond, Va., aged 63; 9, John United States Senator Pierre Soule, at NewHuyler, ex-M.C., (murdered,) at Hackensack, Orleans, aged 69. April 3, Albert Rust, exN. J., aged 61; 14, Ex-Governor John A. M.C., from Arkansas; 11, General Justo José Barry, of Michigan, aged 68; 14, Ex-United de Urquiza, ex-Dictator of the Argentine States Senator Charles Durkee, at Omaha, Confederation, (assassinated,) in Entre Rios; Neb., aged 63; 15, Baron C. Von Becke, 22, Ex-Governor Austin A. King, of MisAustrian Minister of Finance; 17, Ex-United souri, at St. Louis, aged 70; 24, Count F. de States Senator James S. Green, at St. Louis, la Billardiere, Grand Chancellor of the Leaged 63; 18, William Radford, ex-M.C., at gion of Honor, at Paris; 26, Alexandre Yonkers, N. Y., aged 57; 20, President Turin Thomas Marie, Ex-Minister of Public Works, Salnave, of Hayti, (executed,) at Port au at Paris, aged 73; 28, William Montgomery, Prince, aged 43; 26, Sir Charles H. Darling, ex-M.C., at Washington, Pa., aged 51; 30, late Governor of British Columbia, in Lon- William Clapp, at St. Albans, Vt., aged 59. don, aged 61; 27, Achille, Duke of Broglie, May 8, James Platt, at Oswego, N. Y., aged ex-Premier of France, at Paris, aged 85. 83; 8, Ex-United States Senator Lawrence Feb. 3, Ex-Governor Allen Trimble, of Brainerd, of Vermont, at Montpelier, Vt., Ohio, at Hillsboro, O., aged 77; 5, True- aged 86; 9, General Robert Wilson, at St. man H. Hoag, M.C., of Ohio, at Washing- Louis, Mo., aged 68; 10, Abel François Villeton; 7, Governor Peter T. Washburn, of main, at Paris, aged 80; 11, Count Ernest de Vermont, at Woodstock, aged 55; 23, An-Stockelberg, Russian Ambassador to France,

Virginia; 17, R. C. Gilliam, M.C., from NorthCarolina, at Oxford, N. C.; 19, Ezekiel Bacon, ex-M.C., from Massachusetts, (in Congress from 1807 to 1812.) at Utica, N. Y., aged 94; 20, Hon. John Rolfe, Canadian Statesman, aged 84; 29, Pierre Jules Baroche, French Statesman, at St. Helen's, Jersey, aged 68; 21, Wilson Shaefer, Governor of Utah Territory, at Salt Lake City. Nov. 27, Ex-United States Senator John H. Clarke, of Rhode Island; 27, Julius Avery, in Illinois; 28, James Stewart Wortley, M.P., in England; 30, Isaiah Blood, New-York State Senator, at Ballston, N. Y., aged 60. Dec. 5, Hiram Walbridge, ex-M.C., at New-York, aged 49; 5, David G. Burnet, ex-President of the Republic of Texas, at Galveston, aged 83; 6, Ex-United States Senator Bedford Brown, of North-Carolina, in Tazewell Co., N. C., aged 75.


at Paris; 11, General Juan E.Falcon, ex-President of Venezuela; 22, Signor L. Pasini, Vice-President of the Italian Senate, at Florence; 23, Sir John Simeon, M.P., at London, aged 55; 26, Ex-United States Senator and Judge Richard S. Field, at Princeton, N. J., aged 65; 26, John A. Granger, at Canandaigua, N. Y., aged 75; 29, General Lorda, Cuban Minister of War and Marine, at Los Guiros, Cuba. June 1, John Cramer, at Watertown, N. Y., aged 92; 2, Cornelius Holland, ex-M. C., at Canton, Maine, aged 87; 7, Pedro, Marquis d'Olinda, Brazilian Minister of State, aged 80; 14, Thomas D. Eliot, ex-M.C., at New-Bedford, Mass., aged 64; 17, Charles E. Costa. Senator of France, at Paris, aged 65; 17, Ferdinand Barrot, at Paris; 18, C. C. Crowe, ex-Governor of New-Mexico; 18, E. M. Holbrook, ex-M.C., (assassinated,) at Idaho City; 25, David Heaton, M.C., from North-Carolina, at Washington, D.C.; 26, Armand Barbes, French Republican writer and politician; 26. The Earl of Clarendon, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Dec. 5, 1869, Judge Samuel S. Nicholas, at at London, aged 70; 28, Senor C. José Morales Louisville, Ky., aged 73; 21, Claude Alphonse Lemus, Cuban Agent in the United States, Delangle, at Paris, aged 72; 30, Judge John at Brooklyn, N. Y. July 2, Henry M. D'Arcy Olney, at Catskill, N. Y. Jan. 9, 1870, John Irvine, leader of the Orangemen, at Dublin; Tidd Pratt, at London, aged 83; 22, Right 15, United States Senator Daniel S. Norton, Hon. Edward Lytton, Master in Chancery, of Minnesota, at Washington, D. C., aged 41; in Ireland, aged 82; 24, Thomas Ruffin, sen., 16, General Thomas L. Price, ex-M.C., at Jef- ex-Chief-Justice of North-Carolina, aged 83; ferson City, Missouri; 16, Ex-Lieutenant-Go- 25, Alfred Hennon, at New-Orleans, aged 84; vernor Robert Campbell, at Bath, N. Y.; 16, 27, Ex-Judge Edward L. Hearne, at Far RockGeorge Ashman, ex-M.C., at Springfield, away, N.Y., aged 65. Feb. 1, Ex-Judge James Mass., aged 66; 16, Gideon Hawley, at Al- Moncrief, of the Superior Court, at Newbany, N. Y., aged 85: 16, Andrew J. Fletcher, York, aged 48; Feb. 5, General Mifflin Wharin Tennessee, aged 51; 19, John T. Stoddart, ton, at Philadelphia, aged 64; 21, Ex-Chiefex-M.C., in Charles County, Maryland, aged Justice Joel Hinman, of Connecticut, at Che80; 20, Lucien A. Prevost-Paradol, French shire, Ct., aged 68. March 14, George R. J. Minister at Washington, aged 41; 21, Cheva- Bowdoin, American lawyer, at London, aged lier C. F. de Loosey, Austrian Consul-Gene61. April 25, Richard Yeadon, at Charleston, ral, at New-York, aged 60. Aug. 6. George S. C., aged 67; 25, Ex-Judge Abraham D. T. Cobb, of New-Jersey, killed by railroad ac- Russell, at New-York, aged 68; 27, Patrick cident in Virginia, aged 61; 8, Sir John Henry Aylett, at Richmond, Va. May 2, Thwaits, of the Metropolitan (London) Board William H. Dulaney, at Richmond, Va. 14, of Works, aged 65; 12, Major B. B. French, Franklin T. Backus, at Cleveland, O. June at Washington, D. C.; 12, General Lyman 26, Francis B. Cutting, at New-York, aged Edwards, of New-Jersey; 19, John P. Ken- 65. July 12, John Alexander Kinglake, nedy, ex-Secretary of the Navy, at Newport, Sergeant and M.P., at London, aged 65; 12, R. I., aged 75: 20, Joshua F. Bell, ex-M.C., Sir George M. Gifford, Lord Justice of Apat Danville, Ky.; 22, Lieutenant-Governor peals, at London, aged 57; 19, Aaron VanA. J. Applegate, at Mobile, Ala.; 25, Mar- derpoel, at New-York, aged 72; 20, Exquis of Hertford, at Paris, aged 70; 29, Gus- Judge Robert M. Martin. of Maryland, at tave Struve, the German Radical writer, aged Saratoga Springs, aged 72. Aug. 14, Gren65. Sept. 6, John L. Taylor, ex-M.C., from ville T. Jenks, of Brooklyn, N Y., at SaraOhio, at Washington, D. C., aged 70: 7, Colo- toga Springs; 14, Right Hon. John Hatchell, nel James Monroe, ex-M. C., from New-York, Dublin, aged 87; 23. Sir Frederick Pollock, at Orange, N. J., aged 71; 7, Lord North- ex-Chief Baron of the Exchequer, in Eng broke. (lost in the Captain,) aged 44; 16, Hi- land, aged 87. Sept. 21, Judge W. Y. Gholram Ketcham, at New-York, aged 78; 16, John son, at Cincinnati; 26, Robert C. Grier, exL. Dawson, ex-M.C., from Pennsylvania, Justice of the Supreme Court of the United aged 57; 18, Sir Henry F. E. Young, Go-States, at Philadelphia, aged 77. Oct. 11, vernor of Tasmania, at London, aged 62; 19, Thomas C. Perkins, at Hartford, Ct.; 12, Hezekiah D. Robertson, at Bedford, N. Y., Ex-Judge Gilbert Dean, at Poughkeepsie, aged 42; 27, Ex-Governor William F. Packer, N. Y.; 15, William Hume Blake, at Toronto. at Williamsport, Pa., aged 64. Oct. 3, Henry Nov. 28, H. R. Welch, at Hartford, Ct. Buck, of South-Carolina, at Saratoga Springs, aged 70; 5, Ex-Governor Samuel Cony, of Maine, at Augusta, Me.; 9, Ex-Governor Mordecai Bartley, of Ohio, at Mansfield, O., Dec. 20, 1869, Marshal Regnault de St. aged 84: 17, Robert Ridgeway, M.C., from Jean d'Angely, at Paris, aged 73; 20,



General Sir David Capon, K.C.B., at Lon-phen Champlin, U. S. N., one of the heroes don, aged 77; 30, Napoleon Mortier, Duke of of the battle of Lake Erie, at Buffalo, aged Treviso, (son of Marshal Mortier,) in France, 85; 26, Admiral Sir Henry J. Leeke, K.C.B., aged 66. Jan. 7, 1870, Major-General Joseph aged 80. April 16, Commodore Richard W. A. Mower, Commanding Department of Meade, U. S. N., at Brooklyn, aged 63. July Louisiana, at New-Orleans; 9, General Sir 12, Rear-Admiral John A. Dahlgren, U. S. N., De Lacy Evans, at London, aged 82; 17, at Washington, aged 60; 12, Admiral Şir General Sir John A. Clark, K.C.B., at Charles Burrard, at Lyndhurst, England, Dublin, aged 74. Feb. 18, Lieut.-General aged 77; 16, Admiral Lewis Holmes, oldest Sir Charles A. Windham, Commander-in- survivor of Trafalgar, at Newport, England, chief of the British army in Canada, aged 60. aged 92. Aug. 11, Commodore Junius J. March 1, Colonel Leopold Von Gilsa, late Boyle, U. S. N., at Norfolk, Va.; 14, AdU. S. A.. at New-York; 16, Brig.-General miral David G. Farragut, U. S. N., at PortsJames W. Ripley, U. S. A., at Hartford, mouth, N. H., aged 69. Nov. 1, Captain Ct., aged 76; 29, Major-General George Napoleon B. Harrison, U. S. N., at Key H. Thomas, U. S. A., at San Francisco, aged West, Fla., aged 47. Dec. 17, Rear-Admiral 54. April 27, Ex-Confederate Major-General Samuel L. Breeze, U. S. N., at Philadelphia; Thomas H. Wilcox, at Richmond, Va. May 19, Commodore William H. Gardner, U. B. N., 3. Field-Marshal Hess, Austrian Army, at at Philadelphia, aged 70. Vienna, aged 82; 7, General Domingo de Goicouria, (executed,) the Cuban chief, at Havana; 9, General of Division De Lawoes. tine, Governor of the Hôtel des Invalides, at Paris, aged 84: 16, Major-General J. Egbert Farnum, late U. S. V., at New-York, aged 46; 17, General of Division M. A. Goyon, at Paris, aged 68; 30, Brigadier-General Caldwell R. Hall, late U. S. V., at Trenton, N. J., aged 31. June 2, Captain Charles Duncan Cameron, (the Abyssinian captive,) at Geneva, Switzerland; 21, Lieutenant General E. D. H. Napier, British army. July 4, Brevet Major-General Joseph E Hamblin, late U. S. V., at New-York; 19 Brigadier-General W. T. H. Brooke, late U.S. V., at Huntsville, Alabama. Aug. 4, General of Division Abel Douay, (at Weissemburg,) French army; 5, Major-General Ethan Allen Hitchcock, late U. S. A.. at Hancock, Ga., aged 72; 8, General Sir William Wood, K.C.B., at London, aged 89; 16-19, During the battles around Metz the following generals were killed: Generals Legrand and Montain, of the French army; Generals Dolring and Widel, Counts Westorp and Wesdalen, Barons Kleist, Witzleben, and Grimm, of the German army; 26, Field-Marshal Sir Alexander George Woodford, G.C.B., Governor of Chelsea Hospital, aged 87; 27. Brigadier-General Edward G. Lee, late C. S. A., in Virginia. Sept. 2, Count Flahault de la Billarderie, at Paris, aged 85. Oct. 12, General Robert Edmund Lee, late Commander-in-thief of the Confederate armies, at Lexington, Va., aged 63. Nov. 2, Brigadier-General W. F. Brantly, ex-Confederate officer, (assassinated,) at Winona, Miss. Dec. 2. General Lachariere, of the French army, (battle of the Marne.)

Naval Commanders.

Dec. 29, 1869, Admiral Sir Watkin O. Pell, British navy, at Greenwich, England, aged 82. Jan. 3, 1870, Admiral Sir Thomas Hastings, K.C.B., aged 80; 21, Admiral Sir George Francis Seymour, G.C.B., Admiral of the Fleet, at London, aged 83; 24, Commander Edward P. Williams, of the United States corvette Oneida, drowned near Yokohama, Japan, aged 40. Feb. 20, Commodore Ste

December 18, 1869, Cardinal F. Pentini, at Rome; 23, Cardinal Charles de Reisch, in Savoy, aged 70; 24, Right Rev. James Prince Lee, D.D., Bishop of Manchester, England, aged 66; 27, Rev. Baron Stow, D.D., at Boston, aged 68. Jan. 18, 1870, Right Rev. Carlton Chase, D.D., Episcopal Bishop of New-Hampshire, at Claremont, N. H. 22, Rev. James B. Hardenbergh, D.D., at NewYork, aged 70; 28, Right Rev. Hamilton Verschoyle, D.D., Bishop of Kilmore, Ireland, aged 67. February 22, Right Rev. Ashurst F. Gilbert, D.D., Bishop of Chichester, England, aged 84; 26, Cardinal Louis de Bonald, Archbishop of Lyons, at Rome, aged 82: 28, Right Rev. Thomas G. Hatchard, D.D., Bishop of Mauritius, aged 52. March 4, Rev. John McClintock, D.D., President of Drew Theological Seminary, at Madison, N. J., aged 56; 6, Very Rev. R. S. Baker, D.D., at Charleston, S. C., aged 63; 16, Right Rev. Thomas Parry, D.D., Bishop of Barbadoes, in England, aged 75; 22, Rev. Edward Thomson, D.D., Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at Wheeling, W. V., aged 50; 31, Rev. Archibald C. Foss, at Clarens, Switzerland. April 4, Rev. Nathaniel L. Frothingham, D.D., at Boston, aged 77: 5, Rev. Calvin Kingsley, D.D., Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at Beyrout, aged 58; 10, Rev. Theron Baldwin, D.D., at Orange, N. J.; 25, Right Rev. R. J. Eden, Lord Auckland, Bishop of Bath and Wells, England, aged 71; 27, President John Young, Mormon Patriarch, at Salt Lake City, aged 78; 30, Mgr. Cook, Roman Catholic Bishop of Three Rivers, Canada, aged 78. May 12, Rev. George C. Beckwith, D.D., at Boston; 16, Rev. Thomas Dale, D.D., Canon of St. Paul's, London; 24, Right Rev. Jackson Kemper, D.D., Bishop of Wisconsin; 26, Rev. Isaac Collins, at Baltimore, aged 81. June 4, Right Rev. Thomas Grant, Roman Catholic Bishop of Southwark, at Rome, aged 54; 20, Rev. Bernard H. Nadal, D.D., LL.D., at Madison, N. J., aged 55; 28, The Venerable William Hale, Archdeacon of London, aged 75. July 1, Right Rev. John Derry, D.D., Roman Catholic Bishop of

Clonfert, Ireland; 8, Right Rev. Charles Leslie, D.D., Bishop of Kilmore, Ireland, aged 59; 28, Right Rev. Niel McCabe, Roman Catholic Bishop of Ardagh, Ireland. Sept. 9, Rev. Nathan Lord, D.D., ex-President of Dartmouth College, aged 77; 25, Rev. Nathan Colver, D.D., at Chicago. October 10, Cardinal Maria Mattei, Dean of the College of Cardinals, at Rome, aged 78; 13, Rev. Stephen G. Bullfinch, D.D., at Cambridge, Mass. Nov. 10, Rev. D. Howe Lane, D.D., at Granville, O., aged 65; 26, Rev. B. P. Stone, D.D., at Concord, N. H., aged 70; 29, Father Thomas Treanor, at New-York. Dec. 9, Rev. Pryce Peacock, A.M., Archdeacon of Limerick; 23, Rev. Collins Stone, at Hartford, Ct., aged 58; 24, Rev. Albert Barnes, D.D., at Philadelphia, aged 72.


Jan. 10, Victor Noir, of the Paris Marseillaise, (assassinated,) at Paris, aged 20; 22, George D. Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, at Louisville, Ken., aged 68; 28, Charles O. Faxon, of the Louisville Journal, at Clarkesville, Tenn., aged 45; 31, Gonzalo Castanon, of the Havana Voz de Cuba, (assassinated,) at Key West, Fla. Feb. 17, Henry E. Sweetser, of the New-York World, at New-York, aged 33. March 11, Samuel F. Wilson, of the New-Orleans Picayune, aged 65; 19, George Wakeman, of the New-York World, aged 33. April 11, Daniel Morrison, of the Toronto Telegraph, at Toronto: 27, Hugh Rose Pleasants, of the Richmond Whig, at Richmond, aged 53; 27, Dr. John B. Brock, of the Richmond Enquirer, at Richmond, aged 35; 27, Samuel A. Eaton, at Richmond, Va. May 10, Nestor Roqueplan, at Paris, aged 65; 12, Captain J. H. Johnson, of the Louisville Courier, ("Yuba Dam,") at Louisville, aged 39; 12, Howard C. Burr, of the New-York World. at Washington, D. C.; 16, Enoch B. Borden, of the Trenton, N. J., State Gazette, 22, Samuel Hazard, at Philadelphia, aged 86 25, George W. Demers, of the Albany, N. Y. Journal, aged 34. June 6, Rev, David Reed. of the Boston Christian Register, aged 79. Sept. 1, Lieutenant-Col. Christopher P. Pemberton, of the London Times, (killed at Sedan ;) 12, Fitz-Hugh Ludlow, at Geneva, Switzerland; 18, Jules Duval, of the Journal des Debats, at Paris, aged 57; 24, Dr. Charles H. Ray, of the Chicago Post. Oct. 5, De Witt Van Buren, of the New-York Leader, aged 30; 8, Cornelius Wendell, formerly of Washington, at Northampton, Mass. Nov. 1, Dr. Charles T. Kell, of the Philadelphia Freie Presse; 2, John Stanton, (" Corry O'Lanus,") of the Brooklyn Eagle, aged 38; 15, Calvin W. Starbuck, of the Cincinnati Times. Dec. 8, William Beals, of the Boston Post, aged 86.


Dec. 23, 1869, Frederick S. Cozzens, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 51; Jan. 9, 1870, Rev. Gilbert Ainslie, D.D., Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge, Eng., aged 77; 18, Rev. Rowland Williams, D.D., theological

writer, at Salisbury, Eng., aged 53. Feb. 10, Gangiran Nanteuil, the oldest dramatic author in France, aged 96; 10, Rev. Charles Townsend, poet, the intimate companion of Scott and Wordsworth, died in England; 17, William Willis, the historian of Portland, Me. March 12, Robert D. Holmes, Masonic writer, at New-York, aged 51; 14, William Brough, dramatist, at London, aged 41; 18, Gulian C. Verplanck, author and statesman, at New-York, aged 84. April 12, Auguste Lireux, dramatic critic, at Paris, aged 60. May 15, Winthrop Sargent, at Paris; 20, John Henry Parker, F.S.A., in England, aged 64; 23, Mark Lemon, Editor of Punch, at London, aged 61; 23, G. S. Trebutien, at Caen, France, aged 70. June 1. Cyrus Redding, in England, aged 85; 9, David Wilson, author of Solomon Northrop," at Albany, N. Y., aged 52; 9, Charles Dickens, at Gadshill, Kent, aged 58; 11, William Gilmore Simms, at Charleston, S. C., aged 64. July 9, Augustus B. Longstreet, LL.D., author of "Georgia Scenes; 29, Rev. Henry Griffin Williams, Arabic Professor in the University of Cambridge, Eng. Aug. 17, Rabbi Michael Lansberger, eminent German scholar. Sept. 17, John Edmund Reade, poet, at Salterton, Eng., aged 70; 23, Prosper Merimee, author, poet, and historian, at Cannes, aged 67. Oct. 22, Mrs. A. C. Wakefield, author of "Over the River," at Winchendon, Mass. Nov. 15, Professor Edward W. Root, of Hamilton College, N. Y., aged 29. Scientists.

60. April 30, Zerah Colburn, civil engineer, Simpson, Bart., M.D., at London, aged 59. at Boston, aged 38. May 7, Sir James Y. June 14, Rev. Thomas Luby, mathematician, at Dublin; 29, Professor James Syme, anatomist, at Edinburgh, aged 70. July 13, Alexander H. Haliday, entomologist, at Lucca, Italy, aged 64;23, Benjamin Thorpe, philologist, in England: 26, Herr Gräfe, celebrated German Cole, British navy, inventor of turret oculist. Sept. 7, Captain Cowper Phipps ships of war, aged 51, (lost in the Captain;)

March 13, Dr. James Swain, at Paris, aged

Captain Hugh T. Burgoyne, British navy, lost in the Captain :) 16, Thomas Ewbank, A. Von Hugel, botanist and traveler, at Brusethnologist, at New-York. Oct. 2, Baron C. sels, aged 75.


Dec. 20, 1869, Dr. John Grant Stewart, Director-General of the Medical Department, British navy. Jan. 3, 1870, Mrs. Charlotte B. Lozier, M.D., at New-York, aged 36; 25, Professor Benjamin W. Dudley, M.D., at Louisville, Ken., aged 83. Feb. 16, Dr. John Bright, oldest Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London, aged 87. March 1, Dr. Thomas Dillard, surgeon U. S. army, at Philadelphia, aged 70. May 22, Dr. Carrabus, famous French physician, at Paris. June 29, Sir James Clark, physician to the

Queen, at London, aged 82. July 15, Dr. James Copeland, eminent medical writer, in England. Sept. 5, Dr. Gunning S. Bedford, Sen., at New-York, aged 64.


Feb. 19, Baron Nathaniel Rothschild, at Paris, aged 58. May 6, Edmund Antiobus, Sen., of the house of Coutts & Co., at London.


Feb. 3, Henry A. Wilmerding, at NewYork, aged 68; 23, Samuel May, at Boston, Mass., aged 94. April 7, James De Peyster Ogden, at New-York, aged 81; 21, Tilden R. Selmes, at Quincy, Ill., aged 66. Sept. 7, Peter Parker, at Boston. Oct. 14, Abraham M. Bininger, at New-York, aged 71. Dec. 22, 8. Morris Wain, at Philadelphia, aged 63.

Artists and Composers.

Dec. 18, 1869, Louis M. Gottschalk, composer, at Rio de Janeiro, aged 40. Jan. 1, 1870, Thomas Creswick, R.A., painter, at London, aged 59; 9, Lefebure Wely, organist and composer, at Paris, aged 52.


March 8, Ignace Moscheles, compose J.

Germany, aged 76. April 10,

Kuntze, sculptor, at New-York, aged 44; 13, Charles Augustus de Berlioz, composer and pianist, at Brussels, aged 69; 25, Daniel Maclise, R.A., painter, at London, aged 59. May 19, David Octavius Hill, R.A. painter, at Edinburgh, aged 68. July 11, Gustave Simoneau, painter, in Belgium, aged 60; 30, James B. Pyne, landscapepainter, in England, aged 70. Oct. 3, Joseph Mozier, sculptor, in Switzerland; 21, Michael William Balfe, composer, in England, aged 62. Dec. 2, Col. W. D. Washington, painter, Lexington, Va.; 14, Robert E. Lau nitz, sculptor, New York, aged 64.

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Dec. 20, 1869, Rosa Cellini, opera singer, at New-York, aged 39; 26, John H. Oxley, tragedian, at New-York. January 15, 1870, Pierre Levassor, comedian, at Paris, aged 62; 17, Leigh Murray, comedian, at London, aged 49; 23, Henry Placide, comedian, at Babylon, L. I., aged 70. Feb. 15, Charles Durang, veteran actor and author, at Philadelphia, aged 70; 24, John Nunan, of the Bowery Theatre, New-York, aged 38. March 20, James G. Burnett, comedian, at Chicago, aged 51. April 4, Edwin N. Thayer, come dian, at Philadelphia, aged 73. May 4, Mrs.

John Brougham, actress, at New-York. July 6, James W. Lingard, ex-manager of the Bowery Theatre, New-York, aged 47; 12, Claude Hamilton, at Washington, D. C.; 13, John Cooper, veteran actor, at Tunbridge Wells, England, aged 77; 22, James Duff, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; 27, John Bates, Theatre manager, at Cincinnati, aged 75. Sept. 2, Henry Wallack, veteran actor, at New-York, aged 70; 22, Charles T. Parsloe, Sen., pantomimist, at New-York, aged 66. Nov. 3, Charles Peters, comedian, at New-York, aged 35. Dec. 20, George Holland, comedian, at New-York, aged 80; 25, Miss Fannie Stockton, vocalist and actress, at New-York.

Noted Women.

Jan. 26, Fraulein Ida Pfeiffer, the traveler and authoress, at Berlin, aged 25. Feb. 14, Barbara Ubryk, the nun of Cracow, recently released after twenty years' imprisonment. April 13. Mrs. Theresa A. L. Robinson, ("Talvi,") poetess, at Hamburg, Germany, aged 73; 15, Mrs. Emma Willard, the well29, Anna Cora Mowatt Ritchie, authoress known teacher, at Troy, N. Y., aged 84. July and actress, in England, aged 49. Nov. 6, Mrs. Mary Ellet, authoress, at Philadelphia, aged 91.

Royal Personages.

Jan. 30, Leopold II., ex-Grand Duke of Tuscany, at Rome, aged 73, March 12, Prince Henry of Bourbon, killed in a duel with the Duke of Montpensier, at Madrid, aged 47. April 18, Caroline, Duchess of Berry, mother of the Count of Chambord, (Henry V. of France,) in Austria, aged 72 29, Prince Anatole Demidoff, at Paris, aged 58. Aug. 16, Henri XVI., Prince of ReussSchleiss, (at Mars-le-Tour;) 18, Prince Felix of Salm-Salm, aged 45, (at Gravelotte.) Sept. 19, Princess Amelie, sister to the King of Saxony, dramatic and musical authoress, aged 76; 20, Queen Dowager of the Sandwich Islands, relict of Kamehameha III., at Honolulu.


Jan. 22, John H. Stevens, millionaire, at Newark, N. J., 82. Feb. 3, Horace Binney, Jr., President of the Loyal League of Philadelphia; 6, Senor Oviedo, of "diamond wedding" notoriety, in Cuba; 8, Matthew D. Green, prominent sporting character, at New-York, aged 58 years; 14, John La Mountain, aeronaut, at South-Bend, Ind., aged 41. March 12, Henry H. Leeds, wellknown auctioneer, at New-York, aged 69; 14, Dr. John Radway, the patent medicine man, at New-York, aged 45; 30, Col. Daniel E. Delevan, New-York local politician, at Danbury, Ct., aged 62; 31, Ex-Mayor William V. Brady, of New-York, aged 69; 31, Seth Boynton, inventor, at Middleville, N. Y., aged 82. April 1, Major-General Hon. Charles Gray, Private Secretary to Queen Victoria, at London, aged 66; 10, Charles Green, aeronaut, at London, aged 85; 13, Don

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