At Crosby-on-Eden, on the 25th ultimo, MRS. ELISABETH LENNOX, aged 66 years.
She survived her husband less than seven weeks.  For many years she suffered
severe bodily affliction, which she bore with truly christian fortitude.

At Penrith on the 26th ultimo, MR. JOHN SHEPHERD, Aged 83 years;

    same day, MRS. ANNIE ROBINSON, Church-yard, aged 60 years;

    and on the 30th ultimo, MR. JAMES LUNTON, Penrith, Townhead.

At Whitehaven,on Friday last, MR. BALDI BOMBELLI, optician, aged 67 years;

    on Sunday last, MRS. ISABELLA REED, widow, aged 80 years;

    and on Thursday week, MRS. JANE GRIBBIN, widow, aged 55 years.

At Hensingham, near Whitehaven, on Thursday week, suddenly, ELIZABETH,wife
of MR. THOMAS COBRAN, aged 55 years.

At Coulderton, near St. Bees, last week, MR. HENRY BROWN, aged 30 years.
His remains were interred at St. James's Chapel, in Whitehaven.

At the Rectory, Workington, on Wednesday week, MONA, the infant daughter of

At Maryport, on the 27th ultimo, MRS. MARY CREERIE, aged 74;

    same day, MR. JOHN SWEENEY, aged 50;

    on the 28th, MR. WILFRED SMITH, aged 63;

    and, MARY MORLAND, aged 20.

At Blengfell Gate, Gosforth, on Thursday week, MRS. ANN IRWIN, wife of MR.
WILLIAM IRWIN, aged 39 years.  The deceased was daughter of MR. ANDREW
M'CORMICK, of Seascale, in the same parish, and was highly respected through

On Sunday, the 20th ultimo, in Liverpool, after a short illness, MISS MARY
ROTHERY, aged 22 years, formerly of Bouch-house in Embleton, to which place
her remains were brought for interment on Wednesday week.

At Liverpool, on the 26th ultimo, ALICE, the wife of MR. JOSEPH HEARD,
portrait painter, aged 45 years.

At Ulpha, on Sunday last, after a tedious illness, MISS ELEANOR BRIGGS,
daughter of the late MR. WILLIAM BRIGGS, of Moor Side, in the parish of
Gosforth, aged 17 years.

At Uldale, on Thursday week, MR. JONATHAN CLARK, aged 70 years - much
respected through life.

At Ingleton, on Saturday last, the REV. W. WALLER, B.D., aged 80.  His
memory will be long held in remembrance;  he is deeply lamented by his
parishioners, to whom he has preached the Gospel for the last forty years.

At London, on the 23rd, ultimo, aged 31 years, in Northumberland Street, New
Road, BARBARA C.C. COLLINSON, youngest daughter of the late REV. JOHN
COLLINSON, vicar of Kirk*arl*, Northumberland.

On the 20th ultimo, aged 45, at his residence, No. 12, Tavistock-place,
Russell-square, MR. GEORGE HORNCASTLE, of  ***
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.