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Here, on Wednesday week, Ann, wife of Mr. Thos. DAVISON, English Damside, aged 28; much and deservedly respected; Mrs. Jane CREIGHTON, Robert Street, aged 67; on Saturday last, Mr. Thos. COULTHARD, Workhouse, aged 67.
 
On Monday last, William, infant son of Mr. OLIVER, surgeon, Lowther Street.
 
Yesterday week, George, son of Mr. John LAMB, hatter, Damside, English Gates, aged 15.
 
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Jane HUTTON, aged 63.
 
At Penrith, on Sunday last, Mr. Christopher ADDISON, aged 78; on Wednesday, Mrs. Mary TEASDALE, widow, aged 79.
 
In July last, on a voyage to Van Dieman's Land, Captain James, son of the late Roger WALMSLEY, Esq., of Penrith, aged 35.
 
At Clifton, near Bath, lately, Henrietta, relict of Robert BUCHANAN, Lieut.-Colonel of the East India Establishment, formerly of Penrith, aged 38; much respected.
 
At Cliburn, near Penrith, on Saturday last, the Rev. Mr. POOLE, rector of that place, perpetual curate of Plumpton near Penrith, and one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for Westmorland, aged 66. By the death of Mr. P. the valuable living of Cliburn, in Westmorland, becomes vacant— patron the Bishop of Carlisle.
 
At Cockermouth, yesterday week, Miss BEEBY, second daughter of the late Mr. Thos. BEEBY, aged 30; Sarah, the wife of Mr. Hugh Mc.VOY, 46.
 
At Keswick, on Wednesday week, Mr. Timothy STANLEY, innkeeper, aged 40; greatly lamented by a numerous circle of friends.
 
At Maryport, on the 27th ult., Miss Mary TWENTYMAN, aged 51.
 
At Workington, on the 25th ult., Nancy, the wife of Mr. Jonathan THORNTHWAITE, aged 84; on the 27th ult., Mrs. Mary MILBURN, widow, aged 45; on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. GIBSON, aged 70.
 
At Harrington, yesterday week, Mr. Wm. CHARNOCK, aged 88.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Henry CONNOLLY, aged 40; Mr. Thos. GREEN, tailor, 50; Mrs. Margt. CONNELL, 70.
 
Lately, at No. 3, Prospect Place, Mile End Road, in the county of Middlesex, Jonathan MURRAY, Esq., aged 57.—This gentleman was a native of Matterdale, in this county, and amongst other bequests has left in the hands of trustees the munificent donation of £1000 three per cent. bank annuities, the dividends as they accrue to be paid over to the church or chapel warden of Matterdale, for the time being, every year for ever, to be distributed in the following manner—four pounds in each year to the officiating Clergyman for preaching two sermons at Michaelmas and Easter, to exhort the people to be kind and charitable to the poor; ten pounds to be laid out in meat, meal, potatoes, and other necessaries, to be distributed amongst the aged poor and deserving persons, residing in Matterdale, in each year, at Christmas; and the remainder of the dividends or proceeds as they become due, to be paid over in aid of the funds of the school established in Matterdale, for the education of the children of that place.
 
At Park House, near Wigton, on the 19th ult., after an illness of nearly two years, Hannah, the wife of Mr. Isaac DIXON, late of Whitehaven, aged 37.
 
At Appleby, on the 19th ult., after a short illness, John DAVIS, Esq., solicitor, aged 27; much respected by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances.