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On the 28th ult., at Brighton, the lady of the Rev. H. V. ELLIOT, of a son.
On the 27th ult., at his house in Park Crescent, the lady of the Hon. Baron ALDERSON, of a son.
On the 27th ult., in Hertford-street, London, the Right Hon. Lady BARHAM, of a son.
Here, at St. Mary's church, on 31st ult., Mr. Jas. CARRUTHERS, to Miss Elizabeth CROCKET; on 1st inst., Mr. James GRAY, of the Royal artillery, to Miss Eliz. MAHOLLOM; 2nd, Mr. William HASTINGS, sergeant of the 15th foot, to Mrs. Bridget COPE.
At Wigton, on Sunday week, Mr. John BAXTER, to Miss Catherine GRAHAM; on 2nd Aug., Mr. Joseph PEARSON, to Miss Eliza PEARSON.
At Penrith, on the 2nd inst., Mr. James BELL, to Miss Mary SAYER.
Lately, at St. George's church, Liverpool, Mr. W. BARNETTE, of Penrith, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Jonathan VARTY, Esq., of the former place.
On the 27th ult., at St. James's church, Liverpool, Mr. ABBOTT, iron merchant, Gateshead, to Miss WALMSLEY, Upper Stanhope Street, formerly of Penrith.
At Crosthwaite church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. John SENIOR, to Miss Agnes MANN.
On Tuesday last, at St. Bride's Church, Liverpool, Mr. Henry ROOSE, merchant, to Susanna MORRISON, youngest daughter of the late Thomas WOOD, Esq., of Maryport.
On Saturday last, at Corney, Mr. Lancelot PORTER, of Kinmont, to Miss Jane BENHAN, of Myreground.
On Thursday week, at Dalton, Mr. Frederick JAMES, of Liverpool, to Jane, only daughter of Thos. FRESH, Esq., Newbarns-house, near Ulverston.
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In English-street, on Thursday morning, the 4th inst., Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Geo. ARMSTRONG, aged 64.
On Monday last, in Caldewgate, after a short but severe illness, Mr. Wm. ROSS, of the New Brewery, aged 77.
On Wednesday evening, after a short illness, Mr. Richard DIXON, aged 37. Mr. DIXON was highly respected among his acquaintances, and his loss will be long and deeply regretted in the circle in which he moved.
On Monday, in Annetwell-street, Mrs. Rose RONEY, aged 46; and Miss Ann RONEY, her daughter, aged 22; and on Tuesday, Peter RONEY, her son, aged 15.
Since our last, Mrs. Jeremiah RICHARDSON, of Chapel Lane, aged 38 years.
At Clapham Common, Surrey, aged 35, Betty, second daughter of John RENWICK, of Carlisle, joiner.
On Saturday last, at Skitby, parish of Kirklinton, Mr. John GRAHAM, aged 68.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. DARWOOD, aged 22 years.
At Flatt, near Caldbeck, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Hannah ORD, aged 38 years.
At Longrigg, on Saturday last, Mr. John F. BRISCO, aged 17, much respected.
At Anthorn, on the 13th ult., John Hodgson BACKHOUSE, only son of Mr. Robert BACKHOUSE, of Anthorn, aged 6 months.
At Penrith, on 30th ult., Mrs. Sarah LIVICK, aged 52; 3rd inst., Mr. Wm. HODGSON, Sandgate, aged 64; 4th inst., Mrs. Eliz. ROBERTSHAW, aged 64.
At Kirkby Thore, Mary, wife of Mr. John SANDERSON, aged 65; 25th ult., Hannah, wife of Mr. John SHIELD, aged 84 years.
At Workington, on Saturday last, Mrs. Hannah THOMPSON, aged 77.
Since our last, at Harrington, Mrs. Elizabeth PATTERSON, widow, aged 75; Mr. John EWART, farmer, aged 41; John HODGSON, aged 15 years.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. John MOORE, aged 51, formerly master of the William and Mary, of that place; Mr. Thomas RILEY, carpenter, aged 26; Mr. Joseph ISMAY, cabinet-maker.
On Sunday last, at Chapel-house, near Hensingham, Whitehaven, Mr. Edmund NEWALL, for many years farrier in the Earl of Lonsdale's employ, and landlord of the "Distress'd Sailor" Inn, advanced in years.
At the Griffin Inn, Frizington, near Whitehaven, on Saturday, Mr Henry CROSTHWAITE, aged 21.
Lately, at Hill, in Bootle, Mrs. James PICKTHALL, in the prime of life, much respected.
On the 24th ult., at Rose-place, Scotland Road, Liverpool, of cholera, Mr. Henry HAMPTON, aged 46; and on the same afternoon, Mrs. BRIDGES, sister to the above, aged 50. The deceased were son and daughter of the late Mr. Henry HAMPTON, manufacturer, of Whitehaven, and brother and sister of Mrs. D. HAMILTON, of Parton.
On the 25th ult., in Liverpool, Mr. Isaac STEPHENSON, son of the late Mr. Isaac STEPHENSON, merchant, of Whitehaven, in the 69th year of his age.
In the month of March last, in the township of Richmond, Upper Canada, aged 50 years, Dorothy, wife of Mr. John GAINSFORD, blacksmith, formerly of Moss Side, near Calderbridge, in this county, and daughter of the late Mr. Henry CROSTHWAITE, of Egrement [sic]. Mr. GAINSFORD has had also to deplore the death of his eldest daughter Mary, whose dissolution, at the age of 27 years, took place within a short time of that of her mother.
At London, on the 7th ult., after a short illness, aged 35, deservedly regretted, Mr. Aaron BULMAN, of Blyth Link House, many years mate of the Economy, of Blyth.
At Alston, on the 16th ult., of a rapid decline, aged 22, much respected, William, only son of the late Mr. Joseph RICHARDSON, proprietor of Holy Field Lead Mine.
At West Hatch, in her 100th year, Mrs. COZENS. She has left 11 children, 61 grand-children, and 77 great grand-children.
On Friday week, in Liverpool, aged 43, Mr. Thos. BEST, one of the travellers for the house of Mr. Rich. RAWES, of Kendal, manufacturer.
On Wednesday week, at Rostrevor, county Down, after a few hours illness, Mr. Justice WEBB, second Justice of the King's Bench, Dublin.
Lately, Commander J. YULE, R. N., one of NELSON's lieutenants in the Victory of Trafalgar.
On the 30th July last, at Washington City, United States, aged about 78, Thomas LAW, Esq., brother to the late Lord Ellenborough, and the present Bishop of Bath and Wells.
On Tuesday last, in London, Mr. TELFORD, the celebrated Civil Engineer. Mr. TELFORD was in his 79th year. The immediate cause of his death was a repetition of severe bilious attacks, to which he had for some years been subject. He was a native of Langholm, in Dumfries-shire, which he left at an early age. His gradual rise from the stonemasons' and builders' yard to the top of his profession in his own country, or, we believe, we may say, in the world, is to be ascribed not more to his genius, his consummate ability, and persevering industry, than to his plain, honest, straightforward dealing, and the integrity and candour which marked his character throughout.