Saturday 09 Dec 1837   (p. 3, col. 5-6)

 

Birth.

 

At the Moor of Meath, the wife of Mr. Darby DOYLE, of two daughters and a son, all of whom, with their mother, are doing well. It is rather peculiar, the lady has not had a birth for the last 35 years.—Liverpool Paper.

 

Marriages.

 

At St. Mary's, on the 2nd inst., Mr. John BOWMAN, to Miss Isabella SMITH.

 

At St. Cuthbert's Church, in this city, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. J. TWENTYMAN, Mr. Francis CARRICK, of Milkridge, Northumberland, to Miss Mary SIM, of Allonby, in this county.

 

At Brampton, on the 29th ult., Mr. Alexander ROSS, tanner, to Miss Mary WHITEWRIGHT.

 

At Croglin, on Saturday last, Mr. J. BEWLEY, schoolmaster, Newbiggin, to Hannah, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John HODGSON, yeoman, of the same place.

 

At Gretna, on Sunday last, Mr. James LITTLE, merchant, to Miss HAMILTON, both of Longtown.

 

At Wigton, on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph WILSON, of Kirkbampton, to Miss Matilda LAWSON, of Tarnrigg Moor, near Wigton.

 

At Penrith, on the 2nd inst., Mr. Thomas DIXON, to Miss Elizabeth FORSTER; same day, Mr. Thomas BELL, to Miss Jane PEARSON.

 

At Annan, lately, Mr. Wm. WILSON, joiner, of Mowbray, Holme Cultram, to Miss Esther FORSTER, of Allonby. [The marriage had nearly been attended with fatal consequences; on their return, as the bride and bridegroom were descending the jetty into the passage boat, that plies between Annan and Skinburness, they lost their footing, and were precipitated into the water, and, but for the timely assistance of some sailors, must have been drowned.]

 

At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, by the Rev. J. H. DALTON, B.A., the Rev. Thomas DALTON, curate of Holy Trinity, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. BUCKHAM, draper; same place, by the Rev. John BENN, Mr. Wm. BOSWARD, jun., house carpenter, to Miss Eleanor PORTER, relict of the late Mr. John PORTER, butcher; on the 30th ult., Mr. J. C. HUMPHREYS, tailor, to Miss Hannah BENN; on Saturday, Mr. John OGLETHORPE, miner, to Miss Ann HODGSON.

 

At Crosscannonby, on the 2nd inst., Mr. Daniel CLARKE, to Miss Sarah M'DONALD, both of Maryport.

 

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday last, Mr. Geo. HODGSON, weaver, to Miss Sarah THWAITE, of Applethwaite, near that town.

 

At Ulverston parish church, on the 27th ult., Mr. William JOHNSON, husbandman, to Miss Agnes WALKER, both of that town; same place, on the 2nd instant, Mr. James JACKSON, of Plumpton, husbandman, to Miss Ann COWARD, of Newlands.

 

At St. Luke's, Liverpool, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. ASPINALL, David WYLIE, Esq., A.M., to Miss Elizabeth LITTLE, eldest daughter of Mr. John LITTLE, of Stapleton.

 

At St. Peter's Church, Huddersfield, on the 30th ultimo, Samuel, only son of the late James GREAVES, Esq., Childshill, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr. LADYMAN, woollen-manufacturer, Keswick.

 

At Bebbington, on Thursday week, Mr. George OSTLE, of Cumberland, to Miss Alice ELLISON, Limekiln-lane, Cheshire.

 

In London, on the 28th ult., Sir Walter Rockliff FARQUHAR, Bart., to the Lady Mary Octavia SOMERSET, youngest daughter of the late and sister of the present Duke of Beaufort.

 

At New York, on the 25th October, W. MEAD, Esq., son of Samuel MEAD, Esq., late of Whitehaven, to Frances Adelaide, eldest daughter of the late Col. WADE.

 Saturday 09 Dec 1837   (p. 3, col. 5-6)

 

Deaths.

 

In Bridge Street, Mrs. Mary MATTHEWS, aged 73 years.

 

In Bridge Street, Margaret ORMISTON, aged 21 years.

 

In Scotch Street, Mr. James LEACH, aged 42 years.

 

In the House of Recovery, Mary WAUGH, aged 60 years.

 

In Mathews' Yard, on the 5th inst., Mary SPEDDING, aged 63 years.

 

At Stanwix, on the 24th ult., Mr. William BELL, second son of the late William BELL, and grandson of the late James MULCASTER, Esq., of Stanwix, aged 31 years. The deceased was a brother of the lodge of free gardners, and was taken to church by four of the brothers, preceded by the principal body of the lodge in full uniform.

 

At Brampton, on the 1st inst., Mr. John TWEDDLE, shoemaker, aged 76 years; same place, on the 5th inst., Mr. Thos. THIRLWALL, hatter, aged 63 years.

 

At Longtown, on Thursday last, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Robt. LATIMER, brewer, one of the Society of Friends, aged 28 years.

 

At Wigton, on the 1st inst., Thomas, eldest son of Mr. Edward CARRICK, postmaster, in the 52nd year of his age—he was long employed as letter carrier and manager of the post-office, in which situation his strict integrity, and obliging disposition, gained him the confidence and respect of all his fellow townsmen; same place, on Monday last, Abigail, widow of Charles MITCHELL, calico printer, aged 80 years; on Tuesday last, Miss Sarah NORMAN, aged 57 years; and on Thursday, Mr. Arthur DONNELLEY, at an advanced age.

 

At Penrith, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Jane PINDER, widow, aged 74 years; 5th, Mr. Benjamin PATTINSON, aged 77 years; 6th, Mary, wife of Mr. C. NORMAN, aged 46 years; same day, Mr. Wm. TODD, miner, aged 45 years; 7th, very suddenly, Mrs. HUDSON, Bell and Bullock inn, aged 39 years.

 

At Raby, Holme Cultram, on the 2nd inst., Mr. Joseph MANN, aged 48 years. The deceased was the inventor of a reaping machine, and of Mann's harrow, the high utility of which is well-known amongst farmers.

 

At Keswick, on Friday last, Mr. John JACKSON, of the Queen's Head inn, aged 61 years.

 

At Whitehaven, on Friday last, in the house of her brother, Mary, only daughter or Mr. George BROWN, gardener, Holm Rook, in her 17th year; same place, on Wednesday week, Elizabeth Sarah, wife of Mr. Thomas HEARD, saddler, aged 35 years; same place, Mrs. Isabella TURNER, widow, aged 88 years; Mrs. Amelia M'INTYRE, aged 41 years.

 

At the Retreat, near Whitehaven, after a long and painful illness, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Anthony MOORE, aged 69 years.

 

At Egremont, on Thursday week, Jane, relict of the late Mr. Joseph ROBERTSON, aged 62 years; same place, on Friday last, Mr. John SEWELL, sen., formerly and for many years carrier and landlord of the Red Lion inn, at Egremont, aged 75 years.

 

At Harrington, on Sunday last, after a very short indisposition, Martha, the wife of Mr. Andrew FOSTER, mariner, aged 34 years.

 

At Workington, since our last, very suddenly, Mr. Joseph SIMPSON, formerly a mercer and draper in that town, aged 62 years; Mr. Alexander BROWN, aged 49 years; and Sarah, the wife of Mr. Edmund BAXTER, aged 47 years.

 

At Gosforth, on Saturday last, Mrs. Hannah SHEPHERD.

 

At Little Broughton, on the 16th ult., after a lingering illness, Sarah, wife of Mr. John ARCHER, aged 65 years; much respected.

 

At Bootle, on the 23rd ult., Mrs. BORROWDALE, of that place, widow, aged 66 years.

 

At Stockton-on-Tees, on the 13th ult., Mr. John HILL, aged 41 years. The deceased was formerly a draper in this city, and much respected by all who knew him.

 

At Dover, aged 80, Mr. Daniel WHITE. He was the oldest member of the Wesleyan Society, having united with them under Wesley, in 1773.

 

In St. James's-place, on the 3d inst., the most noble Charles, Marquis of Queensbury, in the 61st year of his age.

 

At the Palace of Scone, in Perthshire, of which the Earl of Mansfield is hereditary keeper, on the 24th ult., Louisa, Viscountess Stormont. She was the third daughter of Cuthbert ELLISON, Esq. Her Ladyship was married, on the 8th of April, 1829, to Lord Stormont, eldest son of the Earl of Mansfield, and member for the county of Perth. She has left two children, the Hon. Louisa Nina, born the 18th of July, 1830, and a son, born the 22nd of July, 1835.

 

At Belfast, Mons. G. RUET, aged 101, in possession of all his faculties. He was a native of France, had travelled through a great part of Europe with Sir Sidney SMITH and other persons, and for many years kept an inn at Belfast.

 

In Ireland, on Friday week, the Earl of Clancarty, the head of the numerous and well-provided for Tory family of TRENCH. The Earl was in the 71st year of his age, having been born in May, 1767. He is succeeded in his estates and his English and Irish titles by his eldest son, Viscount Dunlo, now Earl of Clancarty, born in 1803, and still, we believe, unmarried.