Suddenly, at Cockermouth, on Monday the 26th ult MRS. SARAH BEATY, in an
Thursday, last, Church-street, in the 84th year of his age, MR. JOSEPH
OSTELL, oilman, greatly respected.
In the prime of life, MR. JOHN JAMSON, parish clerk of Bolton in
Westmorland, only son of MR. JOSEPH JAMSON, of Temple Sowerby. He went to
Appleby, on the 17th, and died there on the 19th ult. His death is supposed
to be the unhappy consequence of a violent irritation, occasioned by a
brutal ballad, made upon him and his family. He has left a disconsolate
widow, an infant son, six helpless daughters, and two aged and infirm
parents, to lament their irreparable loss.
Suddenly, a few days ago, at Ballawhirry, in the Isle of Mann, MRS.
CHRISTIAN, wife of THOMAS CHRISTIAN, Esq., of that place.
Saturday last, in Queen-street, MRS. HUDDLESTON (wife of JOHN HUDDLESTON,
broker) after a long illness, and greatly respected by all her acquaintance.
At Doddington Hall, in Cheshire, LADY ANN BROUGHTON, wife of SIR THOMAS
BROUGHTON, Bart., and sister to the EARL OF PLYMOUTH.
Lately at Brompton, in Yorkshire, in the 65th year of his age, FRANCIS
SITWELL, Esq., of Remshaw Hall, near Sheffield.