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CONTENTS OF LE FOLLET, COURRIER DES SALONS.
DESCRIPTION OF PLATES.
January, Toilettes d'Interieur.
MARRIAGE INDEX TO THE COURT AND LADY'S MAGAZINE
HALF-YEARLY VOLUME, ENDING JUNE, 1843.
Single name. Wedded. Single name. Wedded. Single name.
La Touche — Price, 167
Littledale — Roydes, 3
Loudon - Street, 3
123 Entwisle Norreys, 167 Mac Leod Robinson, 74
Fabian - Huchinson, 69 Maclure Richards, 46
Maharg — Trigge, 70
Forster Grazebrook, 122 Mann Currie, 2
Matthew Sheppard, 70
Middleton Heighington, 73
Midwinter Colpoys, 68
Milroy - Nixon, 3
Minton - Rosser, 167
Goodeve Thompson, 168 Mitford -- Jones, 69
Moon - Parker, 74, 122
Mordaunt — Cumberlege, 68
Morse — Oakes, 122
Greswell — Karslake, 45 Napper Dendy, 45
Neame Spencer, 123
Newman Whitaker, 70
Nicholetts — Barlow, 73
Nicholls - Ball, 166
Norman – Worsley, 168
Northcote — Poole, 3
Ogle - St Hill, 3
Hamilton - Fisher, 122 Onslow — Marshall, 167
Hamilton Norton, 167 Oswin Thomas, 70
Hankey — Barclay 44 Page - Johnson, 2
Hardcastle - Butterworth, 121 Paley — Kelly, 45
Paris — Tredgold, 46
Pechel — Bremner, 2
Phillips Clark, 2
Hindmarch Hnmplıries, 73 Phillips — Hamilton, 167
Pinckney – Baskett, 44
Colquhoun, 73 Pitt - Burchell, 2
Holbeck Armitage, 166 Powys — Archer, 121
Prater - Payne, 3
Holland Honywill, 69 Pratt- Radcliffe, 3
Hooper Richards, 46 Prichard Merrick, 45
Pulley - Fleetwood, 122
Horton - Richardson, 69 Purcell — Jones, 45
Pyne Watts, 3
Rathbone - Cobbett, 122
Ray Goodman, 122
Rich Hayes 45
Richardson - Raimes. 69
Robinson — Dale, 45
Rodgers Sharpe, 70
Robertson Boland, 68
Kennedy - Ewart, 122 Robinson — Gilbert, 69
Roche Lyon, 167
Keymer Colbeck, 122 Rogers -- Sharpe, 46
Rolles Devonsher, 166
Marriages Published in the Court and Lady's Magazine, 11, Carey-street, Lincoln's Inn.
Wedded. Single name.
Wedded. Single name.
Wedded. Single name.
N.B.- In the several monthly numbers the name of the Lady appears first in the
REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, & Deaths from a distance.-Notices, accompanied
by a remittance of postage stamps, would be available at the office—the letters being prepaid the charges are, for Marriage entries, 5s., not exceeding five lines ; Births or Deaths, 38. cach, not exceeding three lines ; Monumental inscriptions, 6d. a line.
N.B.–Searches made, upon the receipt of paid communications, at the Office of the
This plan of a PRINTED ALPHABETICAL REGISTRATION of MARRIAGES, Births and Deaths was proposed some years back to the Government, and, by petition, to both houses of Parliament, by the founder of the Harrow Road Cemetery and the new system of exurban Burial in England--part of which plan, viz., that a certificate should accompany each corpse that a double entry might be made, namely in the Parish where a death takes place as well as at the place of interment, printed anno 1824, will be found embodied in the instructions of the Registrar General of Births, Marriages and Deaths, printed somewhere about the year 1837—12 years afterwards ! The public as well as the private advantages of this mode of Registration over every other system, if not at once self-apparent, is strikingly displayed in the name of
in a recent number. - His residence was in Kent, he died in Sussex, and he is buried in Middlesex : a few years hence how laborious might be the search, notwithstanding the present admirable registration act, and how great the expense to discover the simple fact where he was interred. Likewise also with persons marrying away from home ; whilst with the half-yearly index to these, (the lady's name being printed monthly), the changed or family name can also be traced with the utmost facility (see the Marriage Index), whichever happens to be better known by the searcher.
So valuable, indeed, do we consider this plan, that we doubt not ere long few persons concerned will be inconsiderate enough not to register with this establishment. So also as respects Births—how often is the house, in which born, altogether unknown-the place, even, forgottenwhen such a record as this registration affords might be of infinite value ; and there are, indeed, very few-Life-assurance establishments which would not at once receive such proof presumptive of the day of birth as proof positive of an individual's age, for few persons would willingly falsify a ehild's age for an indefinite object, so many years before it might be of the slightest importance.
Established eighty-nine years, and now the oldest but one of all the
[This Periodical was first published in the year 1756, under the Title of “ The LADY'S MAGAZINE,” and has appeared monthly from that date, so that there have been altogether published up to June 1, 1843, CLXXVI. half yearly volumes, or MLXVI. monthly parts.
In the year 1832, when the copyright of the Lady's Museum was purchased, the Lady's Magazine bore the title of The LADY's MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM ; just previously to that period the full-length, authentic, ancient portraits were first published, colored ; and for the better displaying the same, the size of the Magazine was enlarged; then began the Improved Series Enlarged, and the Ancient (Portrait Series,' so that up to June 1, 1843, there have been published XXI, half-yearly volumes, or CXXVII. monthly parts, (some 2s. 6d. others 3s. 6d. each), and in January, 1838, the copyright of the Court Magazine, Monthly Critic and La Belle Assemblee edited by the Hon. Mrs. Norton, being purchased of Mr. Churton, the whole was incorporated under the present Title, of which there have appeared up to June 1, 1843, ten half yearly volumes, or sixty-six monthly parts.]