In Fisher Street, on Wednesday the 17th inst., the lady of James CONNELL, Esq., of a daughter.
At Mossknow, on the 11th inst., the lady of Lieutenant Colonel GRAHAM, of a son.
At 69, Duke Street, Liverpool, on Saturday week, Mrs. W. ROUTLEDGE, of a son.
Here, on the 13th inst. Mr. Robert BROWN, to Miss Rebecca LANCASTER.
Here, on the 15th inst. Mr. James M'FURLONE, to Miss Elizabeth JOHNSTON.
Here, on the 15th inst. Mr. John Fleming BENSON, to Miss Jane BELL.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Jon. WATSON, of Torpenhow, to Miss Sarah ARMSTRONG, of Wigton.
On Saturday last, at Arthuret, Mr. Thos. BAXTER, Dumfries carrier, to Miss Jane HUGGON, of Longtown.
At Penrith, on the 17th inst. Mr. James MOFFAT, to Miss Isabella TODD.
At Bolton, on the 2nd inst. by the Rev. E. JACKSON, Mr. David BOWMAN, to Miss Ann SEWELL; same place, on the 15th inst., Mr. William NICHOLSON, malster, to Miss Margaret SAVAGE.
At Flimby, on Monday week, Mr. Jos. HOLSTEAD, shipwright, to Miss Ann BERWICK.
On Tuesday last, the 9th inst,, at Moresby church, near Whitehaven, John HARRISON, Esq., of Liverpool, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. G. T. HARRISON, of Parton, near Whitehaven.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday last, Mr George TYSON, to Miss Ann BURROWS, both of Borrowdale, near Keswick; same place, on Sunday, Mr. Thos. TATE, foreman to Mr. T. BANKS, manufacturer, to Miss Elizabeth CLARKE, of Keswick; same place, on Monday, Mr. Robert GRAVE, shoemaker, to Miss Mary GRAVE, both of Keswick.
At Annan, on the 2nd inst. Mr. John RICHARDSON, of Seaton, to Miss Elizabeth CULBERTSON, of Workington; same place, on the 8th inst., Mr. Thomas MAXWELL, of Hawksdale, to Miss Mary SHORTRIDGE, of this city; same place, on the 15th inst., Mr. Joseph CARRUTHERS, to Miss Ann ROBSON, both of Great Corby.
On Friday last, at St. Nicholas's Church, James W. BARLOW, Esq., of Liverpool, to Miss Fanny AYTON, late of the King's Theatre.
At Blairvaddock, on the 5th inst., Chas. FORBES, Esq., second son of the late Sir Wm. FORBES, of Pitsligo and Fettercairn, Bart., to Jemima Rebecca, daughter of the late Col. Ranaldson MACDONELL, of Glengarry and Clanranald.
At Dalston, on the 17th inst., deeply lamented by his numerous friends, Mr. Thos. WATSON, surgeon, aged 32.
Here, in Botchergate, on the 12th inst. Mr. Foster M'VITE, aged 59 years.
Here, in Church-street, Mrs. Elizabeth RENNY, aged 32.
Here, in Brown's Row, on the 17th inst. Mr. William DONALDSON, aged 40.
At Wigton on Sunday last, Mrs. Isabella BEABY, aged 52; same day, Mrs. Isabella HEWETSON, aged 33.
At Gill-moor-end, on Sunday last, Mr. Joseph BROUGH, formerly of Crookdake Hall, aged 38 years, after a painful illness which he bore with christian fortitude. He was universally respected for his peaceable disposition and inoffensive manners. He has left a wife and three children to lament his loss.
At Penrith, on the 13th inst. Miss Jane SARGENSON, aged 20.
At Penruddock, on Monday last, Mr. William JACKSON, innkeeper, aged 48.
On Monday last, at Liverpool, of brain fever, after a few days' illness, Mr. Daniel PATTINSON, aged 38, the last surviving child of the late Mr. Daniel PATTINSON, of this city.
At Brough, Westmorland, on the 2d inst., Margt. Smith, aged 6 years, only daughter of Mr. Thomas PORTER; and on the 14th inst., Henry, aged 2 years, youngest son of Mr. P.
On Sunday last, at the house of her aunt (Mrs. JENKINSON, Lowther Street, Whitehaven,) Martha, ledest [sic] daughter of the late Rev. R. FLETCHER, of Daresbury, Cheshire, in the 16th year of her age.
On Monday week, in Strand Street, Whitehaven, Hannah, wife of Mr. John SHELLY, aged 60 years, very highly esteemed; on Friday week, in Gore's Buildings, Miss Janet NELSON, aged 43; Sarah, wife of Mr. Peter DOYLE, Market Place, in the prime of life; in Irish Street, Mr. John TEASDALE, aged 42 years; Mrs. Jane IRVING, widow, Market Place, aged 80 years; and at New Houses, Mr. Marke OHARA, in the 36th year of his age.
At Maryport, on the 10th inst., Mrs Ann WILLIAMSON, aged 30; on the 13th, at the same place, Mrs. Margaret PARKER, aged 56.
On Tuesday week, at Gosforth, Mr. John BELL, grocer and wood monger, aged 69 years; on Sunday last, at the same place, Mr. Jonathan HELLON, tailor, aged 65 years.
On the 12th, at Ulverston, Mr. James STABLES, aged 70 years.
At Askham, Westmoreland, on Sunday week, in the 41st year of his age, Mr. James NICHOLSON, late surveyor of Taxes for Cumberland & Eskdale Wards.
At Woodville, Mississippi State, on the 22d of April last, of scarlet fever, after a few days' illness, deeply regretted, Henrietta Gray, wife of G. L. POINDEXTER, Esq., and granddaughter of the late William WILKIN, Esq., of Appleby, aged 26.
At Shap, Westmorland, on the 4th instant, in the 34th year of his age, Mr. T. B. HAMILTON, surgeon, eldest son of J. R. HAMILTON, Esq., of Hesket New Market.
At Brocks, near Annan, on the 9th inst., Thomas CHALMERS, for a few months merchant in Annan.
At Dumfries, on Thursday the 11th inst., Wellwood MAXWELL, Esq. of Barncleugh, in the 86th year of his age.
At Glasgow, on the 5th inst., Robert AITKEN, Esq., Agent for the Bank of Scotland, Glasgow.
THE CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP OF CASHEL.— We deeply regret to announce the death of a distinguished and exemplary prelate, the Most Rev. Dr. LAFFAN, Catholic Archbishop of Cashel which took place on Tuesday week, at the residence of his sister-in-law, Mrs. LAFFAN, in Lower Mount-street, Dublin. His remains have been transmitted for interment in the Cathedral of the diocese over which his Grace held pastoral and paternal sway for several years. The deceased was brother of Sir Joseph de Courcy LAFFAN.
EARL OF PLYMOUTH.— This noble Earl died on Wednesday, of a sudden apopletic [sic] fit. Other-Archer WINDSOR, Earl of Plymouth and Baron Windsor, was born in July, 1789, and was consequently just 44 years of age. He succeeded to the title on the demise of his father, the fifth Earl, before he was ten. He married in August, 1811, Lady Mary SACKVILLE, eldest daughter of the third Duke of Dorset, who survives his Lordship. They have no children. The noble deceased's two sisters, by the late Earl and his wife, the present Countess of Amherst, are married: Lady Maria to the Marquis of Downshire, and the other to the Hon. Robert Henry CLIVE. By the death of the noble Lord the title, we believe, becomes extinct.— The barony by writ was created in 1529, and the Earldom by creation in 1682. An ancestor of the family however, William de Windsore, descended from William, son of Walter FITZ-OTHER, Contellan of Windsor, who was ancestor also of the Duke of Leinster and the Marquis of Lansdowne, was summoned to Parliament so early as 1381. The barony has been before in abeyance, which was terminated by the Crown in 1660 in favour of Thomas HICKMAN, who assumed the name of WINDSOR, and was the first Earl. Another title in the family, Viscount Windsor, in Ireland, and Baron Mountjoy, of the Isle of Wight, became extinct in 1758, on failure of issue male.
LORD DOVER.—At his residence at Whitehall, on Wednesday morning, Lord Dover, who has been for some time in a declining state of health. George James Welbore Agar ELLIS, Baron Dover, of Dover, county of Kent, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, born January 14, 1797, married March 7, 1822, Lady Georgiana HOWARD, second daughter of the Earl of Carlisle, and niece to the Duke of Devonshire and the Countess GRANVILLE. His Lordship was the only son of the present Viscount Clifden, by Lady Caroline SPENCER, sister to the Duke of Marlborough. Lord Dover has left an infant family of six children the eldest the Hon. Henry Agar ELLIS, the present Peer, being in his ninth year only. His Lordship was a staunch political adherent to the present Administration; and on the change of Government in November, 1830, he was selected by Earl GREY to succeed Viscount LOWTHER, as Chief Commissioner of Woods and Forests. This office he, however, resigned a few weeks afterwards on account of his delicate health, and he did not subsequently accept any other appointment under the Crown. In the spring of 1831 his Lordship was created a British Peer.
AN INFORMER.— On the 54th [sic] of June died, at Ballymain, county of Dublin, aged 103, John DOYLE, better known by the name of "Silly Jack." This was the man who, if report be true, betrayed the unfortunate Robert EMMETT, by giving information that he was at Harold's Cross; for which service he is said to have received £200 secret service money, and two guineas per week, which he received until the short Administration of the Duke of Bedford, when that weekly gratuity was discontinued.— Waterford Mirror.