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At Ann's Hill, in this County, on the 31st ult., the Lady of William SLACK, Esq., of a son.
At Hanover Square, London, on Thursday, by the Rev. Mr. HARE, Wm. BLAMIRE, Esq., M. P. for the Eastern Division of this County, to Mrs. WILKS, widow of the late General WILKS.
At St. Nicholas's Chapel, Whitehaven, on the 31st ult., Mr. John BELL, of Carlisle, currier, to Mrs. E. PINGNEY, daughter of Mr. FURNASS, currier, of Whitehaven.
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on the 1st inst., Mr. John DICKINSON, of the 15th regiment of foot, to Miss Ann HESLOP.
At Gretna, on Monday the 31st ult., Mr. John ROUTLEDGE, roper, Gallow-hill, near Carlisle, to Miss Mary Ann BARNES, of Keswick.
At Gretna, on the 29th ult., Mr. Arthur MURRAY, of Ashy Croft, to Mrs. Sarah ARMSTRONG, widow of the late Mr. Thomas ARMSTRONG, of Park-nook, in the parish of Bewcastle.
At Wigton, on Tuesday week, Mr. Isaac HUTCHINSON, Clock and Watch Maker, to Miss Mary HOWE; on Saturday last, Mr. Moore ARMSTRONG, draper, to Miss Mary PAPE.
At Crosscannonby, on the 29th ult., Mr. SHARP, mate of the Dykes, to Miss Elizabeth DICKINSON, both of Maryport; Mr. Joseph BARNES, of Chapel-bank Farm, near Workington, to Miss Ruth SANDERSON, of Maryport.
At Cockermouth, on the 31st ult., Mr. Thos. STAGG, husbandman, to Miss Jane DIXON; Mr. H. MARSTON, waller, to Miss M. J. M'NEIL.
At Flimby, on Thursday week, Mr. Richard Hansard EKINS, Captain of the Memnon, of Liverpool, to Miss HILL, of the parish of Flimby, eldest daughter of the late Captain HILL, of Maryport.
At Liverpool, on the 10th ult., James, son of Mr. J. BROMLEY, stone-cutter and engraver, Keswick, to Miss Harriet BOLTON, both of Liverpool.
At Keswick, on the 24th ult., Mr. John FLEMING, of Borrowdale, to Miss Margt. IRVING, of Patterdale.
At Abbey Church, on Easter Sunday, by the Rev. Mr. COLLINSON, Mr. Robert GLAISTER, to Miss BROWN, both of Saltcoats, in this county.
At Workington, on Tuesday last, Mr. John MOOR, to Miss Catherine DIXON.
At Kirk Lonan, Isle of Man, on the 22nd ult., Mr. John SPEDDING, of Workington, to Miss Charlotte KEWLEY, of Kirk Lonan.
At Everton, near Liverpool, on the 27th ult., Mr. M'HARG, of the firm of KIRKPATRICK and M'HARG, of Whitehaven, to Miss HESLOP, of Hilton Terrace.
At Liverpool, on Wednesday week, Mr. J. LEVASON, surgeon dentist, of Whitehaven, to Rebecca, 4th daughter of Mr. D. JONES, of the former place.
At Whitehaven, on the 1st inst., Mr. Jas. THOMPSON, seaman, to Miss Mary GIBSON; Mr. F. CANNON, to Miss Margt. ROBINSON; Mr. Jas. KEWLEY, steward on Board the Countess of Lonsdale steam packet, to Miss Marinoa Mc IKIKAN.
At Chorley, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. J. S. MASTERS, Mr. George FOSTER, of Blackburn, to Miss Juliana, second daughter of the late James AINSCOW, Esq., of the former place.
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DEATH OF DR. BLAMIRE.—On Good Friday, in the 78th year of his age, Thos. BLAMIRE, Esq., M. D. of this City, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Cumberland, Deputy Lieutenant of the County, and Senior Alderman of the City of Carlisle. Dr. BLAMIRE was the fourth son of the late G. BLAMIRE, Esq., of this city,—and received the rudiments of his education at the High School. In 1776 he repaired to the University of Edinburgh, and diligently attended the lectures of the illustrious CULLEN, BLACK, and MONRO. In 1778 he studied in London under the celebrated Dr. Wm. HUNTER. In 1779 he took the degree of M. D. at Leyden, at that time a place of great celebrity, and for many years the first medical school in Europe. In 1780 he was appointed one of the assistant Surgeons of Haslar Hospital Portsmouth, in which situation he remained four years, and was the colleague and intimate friend of the late Dr. BABINGTON, of London. Dr. BLAMIRE was one of the oldest Members of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, and Surgeon extraordinary to the Carlisle Dispensary. As a professional man, he was skilful, cautious, and eminently successful. He settled in Carlisle in the year 1784, and had for many years a most extensive practice. No medical man was ever more respected and beloved by his patients. As a magistrate, he was intelligent, impartial, and decisive; and deservedly classed among the unpaid magistracy of the realm. As a member of society, he was cheerful, social, and sincere. Dr. BLAMIRE six times filled the office of chief magistrate of this city and the manner in which he, during those times, discharged the duties of his office, always gave the fullest satisfaction to his fellow-citizens, and reflected the greatest credit upon himself. For several years past he had laboured under severe attacks of asthma, which obliged him to retire from the practice of his profession; and at last prevented him, in a great measure, from attending to his duties as a magistrate. In his death Carlisle has lost one of its oldest, best, and worthiest inhabitants.
[We give the above as it has been sent to us by a much respected correspondent. Of the professional character of Dr. BLAMIRE we profess to know nothing. As a magistrate, his conduct came more under our observation, and certainly we never saw thing in it to excite very warmly our admiration; and must with all submission, demur to the opinion that in him "Carlisle has lost one of its best and worthiest inhabitants." It is but fair, however, to add, that the writer of the preceding notice had ample opportunities of knowing the character of the deceased. —Editor, Journal.]
Here, in Ritson's Lane, on the 30th ult., Mr. Robt. TATE, aged 35 years; on the 31st, Mrs. S. DUXBURY, aged 36.
At Burgh-by-Sands, on Saturday the 29th ult., John, the son of Mr. John GLAISTER, builder, aged 8 years.
At Rockliff, on the 1st instant, after a protracted illness, borne with great resignation, Mrs. HEWITT, wife of the late Mr. HEWITT, of Cringle Dyke, near this city.
At Brampton, on Friday week, Thomas, second son of the late Mr. Wm. TINLING, butcher, aged 19; on Thursday week, Mrs. Mary BARRETT, 58; on the same day, Mr. John MUSGRAVE, aged 85.
At Wigton, on Wednesday week, Miss Rebecca ROBINSON, aged 13; on Sunday last, Mr. James KNIGHT, aged 42; same day, Mrs. ELLIOTT, aged 86; on Monday last, Mrs. MATTINSON, aged 68.
At Newton, near Penrith, on Sunday last, in childbed, Mary Ann, the wife of Mr. John BRUNSKILL, butter dealer, and daughter of the late Rev. Mr. PEARSON, Perpetual Curate of Newton, aged 30.
At Morland, on the 1st instant, Mr. Nathan WILSON, carpenter, &c., aged 63.
At Asby, near Appleby, on the 29th ult., the Rev. Mr. ATKINSON, Vicar, aged 81.
At Cockermouth, on Tuesday week, Mrs. ROANSON, aged 84 years; on Wednesday, Thomas, the son of Mr. Thomas NIXON, farmer, 18; and on Thursday, Mr. William GIFFORD, 51.
At sea, on the 14th September last, in lat. 40, 22, S. long. 30, E. Mr. Isaac WOOD, aged 24 years, son of the late Mr. WOOD, of Whitehaven. The deceased was chief mate of the ship Eliza, Captain FOLLINS, and whilst on her passage from London to Bombay, in the latitude above stated, he fell overboard, and before effectual aid could be rendered, had sunk to rise no more.
At New Houses, since our last, Mr. Ed. MURDEN, miner, aged 22 years; also Mrs. Margaret CARNEY, 45; in Sandhills Lane, Mr. John GRIGGINS, 86.
At Low Hall, near Whitehaven, on Thursday week, after a short illness, Miss BENSON, in the 63rd year of her age.
At Harrington, on Wednesday week, Mr. Thomas CLARK, aged 81.
At Workington, since our last, Eleanor, daughter of Mr. Robert BARNES, hatter, aged 18 years; Mrs. Mary ROBINSON, Portland Street, aged 18; Martha, the second daughter of James HARDING, Esq. aged 20.
At Preston, on Monday last, Jane, wife of Mr. J. M'DOUGALL, draper, aged 37 years; much respected by all who had her acquaintance.
At Gainsborough, in Lincolnshire, on the 30th ult., Mr. John HOPPER, Officer of Excise, formerly of Penrith, aged 56; much respected.
At Paris, on the 20th ult., of an attack of influenza, in the 72nd year of his age, General KNOLLYS, late of the 3rd Guards, and who, on the death of his father, succeded to the title of the Earl of Banbury.
At Hampstead, on the 27th ult., George, Earl of Galloway, K.T., Admiral of the Blue, aged 66.
Colonel TANQUET, well known as the editor of VOLTAIRE's works, recently died at Blankenberg, in Belgium. Among his papers, there has, it is said, been found a description of an important invention for directing the course of balloons.