Saturday 15 Mar 1834   (p. 3, col. 5-6)
Lately, the Lady of Sir S. GRAHAM, Bart., of a son.
At Dalkeith Palace, on the 2nd inst., her Grace the Duchess of Buccleuch, of a son.
At St. Mary's church, in this city, on the 11th inst., Mr. John BETTS, of Walsford, Suffolk, to Miss Nancy COOKE, of this city.
At Cockermouth, Henry Bowman CROSTHWAITE, Esq. of Workington, to Miss E. SIBSON, daughter of Capt. SIBSON, late of the Bombay Native Infantry.
At Drigg, on Tuesday week, Mr. Jonathan UDALE, to Miss Rachael NOBLE.
At Harrington, on Thursday week, Mr. Thomas BROUGH, to Miss Betsey FELL.
At Whitehaven Mr. Henry SHAW, to Miss Mary FREAR.
Saturday, at Ulverston, Mr. George KITCHEN, spade-maker, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late Rev. James BARNES, both of Penny Bridge.
At Preston, on the 4th inst. Mr. Thomas EASTWOOD, enginer, of Preston, to Mess [sic] Sarah BEWSHER, fourth daughter of Mr. BEWSHER, organ builder, of Liverpool.
Here, in Caldcoats, on the 14th inst., after a short but severe illness, Mary, wife of Mr. Wm. THOMPSON, sawyer, aged 57 years.
In Blackfriars Street, on the 9th inst., Mr James MIDDLEMOOR, aged 54.
In Scotch Street, on the 8th inst., Mr. Banks BOWE, aged 31.
At Stanwix, on Wednesday last, Joseph James, youngest son of Mr. Richard PORTER, in his 7th year.
At Moorhouse Hill, near this city, on the 10th inst., Joseph LOWDEN, Esq., aged 55 years; deeply regretted.
At Cumwhitton, on the 26th ult., Mr. James CHINN, aged 31 years.
At Longtown, on Monday last, Ann, wife of Mr. John ARMSTRONG, weaver, aged 26 years; on Thursday week, Mr. James FORSTER, blacksmith, aged 86 years, much regretted by all who knew him.
At Brampton, on the 9th idst. [sic], Fanny Ann, youngest daughter of Wm. CARRICK, Esq., Solicitor, aged 8 months.
At Wigton, on Sunday week, Mrs. Isabella ADAMS, aged 39; on Tuesday, Mrs. SMITH, advanced in years; on Wednesday last, Mr. James WARWICK, aged 53; Mr. John HUTTON, innkeeper, aged 41.
At Penrith, on the 9th inst. Mr. Richard BOAK, inspector of corn returns, and bailiff for the Manor of Inglewood, aged 68; on the 13th, Miss Jane NICHOLSON, aged 50.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday, March 1, Isabella, the wife of Mr. Joseph BOWMAN, labourer, aged 33 years; also on Monday the 3rd, Miss SCARROW, aged 49 years.
At Seascale, in Gosforth, on Wednesday week, Mrs. Sarah PORTER, aged 85 years.
At Bassenthwaite Hall, on the 2nd inst., Mr. Jos. ARMSTRONG, tailor.
At Keswick, on the 7th, Miss GILLBANKS, aged 76 years, very much respected.
At Lane Foot, Thornthwaite, near Keswick, on the 6th, very suddenly, Betty, the wife of Mr. Wm. VICKERS, farmer, aged 54.
At Maryport, on the 4th, Mrs. Elizabeth GIBSON, widow, 83.
In Setmurthy, at her son's house, on Saturday last, after a lingering and painful illness, which she bore with christian fortitude, Mrs. Ann STAGG, aged 69 years.
At Workington, since our last, John, the infant son of Mr. John COPELAND; Mrs. Jane TODD, aged 76; Mr. Isaac ARMSTRONG, 24; Mrs. Agnes STANGER, 73; Mrs. Mary NUTTER, 75; and Sarah, the wife of Mr. Ebenezer MARTIN, aged 76 years.
At Harrington, on Wednesday week, Mr. John SPEDDING, in his 37th year.
At Whitehaven, Mrs. Mary GRAHAM, baker, aged 67; Mr. James ELLIOTT, mason, in the prime of life; Mrs. Jane DIXON, aged 67 years; Mr. Peter MURPHY, aged 48 years.
At Brunswick Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne, on the 4th inst., Mary, only daughter of Mr. SMITH, guard of the Carlisle mail, aged 22 years.
It is with much concern we announce the death of Don Falipa BAUZA, a man not more remarkable for his scientific acquirements than for his kind, generous, and amiable character. Educated for the Spanish navy, he accompanied the celebrated MALESPINA in the extensive nautical surveys begun in 1789. On his return to Spain, BAUZA had an appointment in the Deposito Hidrographico at Madrid, and gradually rose to be the head of that splendid and useful establishment. The accurate and beautiful charts edited under his superintendence are the best tests of his fitness for that situation; they are well known in our navy, and most anxiously sought after by our officers. Expelled from Spain by the court of 1823, Don Falipa sought refuge in England, and was on the point of returning to his native country when an apoplectic seizure carried him off after a few hours' illness.—Globe.