In Finkle-street, on the 27th ultimo, Bridget BLAIR, a member of the Society of Friends, in the 90th year of her age; much respected.
In Paternoster-row, on the 25th ultimo, John BARCLAY, infant son of Mr. William WELSH.
Here, since our last, Mrs. Sibbela HODGSON, English-street, aged 59; Mrs. Jane CRUMMER, Castle-street, aged 73; and Elizabeth CLEMENSON, Caldewgate Workhouse, aged 20.
In London, on Sunday last, Mr. William ROBINSON, of the Vine Inn, Kentish Town, in the 33rd year of his age, eldest son of Mr. James ROBINSON, innkeeper, Stanwix. The deceased was much and deservedly respected through life.
At Maton Hall, in the 14th year of her age, Jane, eldest daughter of the Rev. E. HEELIS.
At Wigton, on the 28th ultimo, Mr. Robert BROWN, aged 19; and on the 29th, Elizabeth wife of Mr. Rowland STOUT, shoemaker, aged 45 years.
At Tarnrigg Moor, on the 2nd instant, Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, in her infancy.
At Longtown on the 29th ultimo, Margaret GILCHRIST, aged 20.
At Longtown Moor, on the 1st instant, Mrs. Frances BEATY, widow of the late Mr. Thomas BEATY, farmer, aged 87.
At Cockermouth, on the 22nd ultimo, Mr. John RIGG, mole catcher, aged 49. The charitable institutions in that neighbourhood, as well as the children of many poor families, whom he was the means of educating, will have to lament the loss of a valuable and esteemed friend and promoter of every good cause. His remains were taken to the new burying ground at the Wesleyan Chapel, on Christmas Day, followed by many hundreds of real mourners. His effects are left to the various charities of Cockermouth and its neighbourhood.
At Bank House in the parish of Kirkbampton, on the 23rd ultimo, Mr. Thomas ARMSTRONG, at the advanced age of 90 years.
At the Union Workhouse, Whitehaven, on the 29th ultimo, William BROCKBANK, aged 66 years, late of Arlecdon; and on Monday last, at the same place, John BRIAN, aged 64.
At London, on the 30th ultimo, suddenly, aged 33, Mr. T. GIBSON, artist, third son of the late Mr. James GIBSON, artist, third son of the late Mr. James GIBSON, of North Shields, butcher.
On the 5th of August, at China, Capt. Robert BROADFOOT, of the ship Davenport. (the property of Thomas BENN, Esq. of Green Bank, near Whitehaven) and the youngest son of the late John BROADFOOT, Esq., Gatehouse-of-Fleet.
On Wednesday week, at Borrowdale Ground, in Corney, after a few hours illness, Mr. John POOLE, aged 60 years, formerly of Hallsenna, in parish of Gosforth.
At Liverpool, on the 25th ultimo, aged 68 years, Mrs. Sarah YEOWARD, a native of Plumbland, in this county.
At Manchester, on the 23rd ultimo, Mr. James DALTON, of the Volunteer Inn, Deasgate, aged 66 years, formerly of Aglionby, near Carlisle.
At his seat, Calke Abbey, Derbyshire, on the 1st instant, Sir George CREWE Bart., in the 49th year of his age.
At the Grosvenor Hotel, Park-street, London, on the 22nd ultimo, in his 64th year, John Thomas BIGGE, Esq., third son of the late T. Charles BIGGE, Esq., of Benton House, Northumberland.
At Victoria, in the Island of Hong Kong, on the 29th of August last, the Hon. John Robert MORRISON, Esq., her Majesty's Colonial Secretary, pro tem. Mr. MORRISON had recently been appointed a member of the legislative and executive council of the colony, and Chinese secretary to the government of Hong Kong; he fell a victim to the climate in the 32nd year of his age, deeply regretted by all. Like his venerable father he was deeply versed in the literature and language of China, and had been in the service of the government during the whole of the late war.