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Birth.

 

On Thursday week, at Leeds, the wife of William RICHARDSON, a poor working man, of three children, all girls, who, with their mother, are doing well.

 

Marriages.

 

At St. Cuthbert's, on Tuesday, the 6th instant, by the Rev. Mr. FAWCETT, Mr. J. BROWN, to Miss HEWSON, both of English Street.

 

At St. Cuthbert's, on the 29th ult., Mr. Joseph TREMBLE, of Crosby, to Miss Ann WATSON, of English Street; same place, on the 6th instant, Mr. John NATESS, to Miss Agnes WYBER.

 

At St. Mary's, on the 3rd instant, Mr. William BATY, of the parish of Hayton, to Miss Ann SMITH, of Caldcoats.

 

At the Old Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher Street, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. Richard HUNTER, Mr. James EYRE, mason, to Miss Margaret HART, both of Botchergate.

 

At the Registrar Office, Caldewgate, on the 8th instant, Mr. Peter HODGSON, sawyer, to Mrs. Sibella WILSON, of Pack Horse Lane.

 

At Whitehaven, on Sunday, by the Rev. Dr. HUDLESTON, Mr. A. LACKLISON, brewer, to Miss J. TYSON, both of that town.

 

At Workington, on Thursday week, Mr. Robert YOUART, husbandman, to Miss Ann STODDART; on Sunday, Mr. Thos. BARNFATHER, to Miss Mary SULLIVAN.

 

At Haile, on Saturday last, by the Rev. W. BELLAS, A.M., Mr. John JACKSON, to Dorothy, daughter of Mr. I. DIXON, of Wilton.

 

At Annan, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Mr. LANGHOLM, Mr. George SCOTT, flesher, Langholm, to Miss NEILSON, confectioner, and daughter of Mr. R. NEILSON, ship-builder, Annan.

 

At Cartmel, on Monday week, Mr. PEDDER, head gamekeeper to the Earl of Burlington, Holker Hall, near Cartmel, to Mrs. ELLICE, late housekeeper at Holker Hall; on Saturday last, at same place, Thomas SHAW, of Allithwaite, near Cartmel, to Dinah SATTERTHWAITE.

 

At Dumfries, on Thursday week, by the Rev. Dr. WIGHTMAN, of Kirkmahoe, Mr. Robert CARSON, to Miss Isabella HALL.

 

At Newcastle, on the 31st ult., Mr. Wm. HUDSPETH, guard on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, to Mrs. HARRISON, widow of Mr. N. HARRISON, and daughter of Mrs. CHARLTON, Grey Bull, Hexham.

 

At Wallsend, on Tuesday week, Captain Robert WATSON, of Howdon Pans, to Mary, daughter of Mr. Thomas ELLIS, of Hexham.

 

At Pau, in the Pyrenees, Vere Edmond DE VERE, Esq., eldest son of Sir Aubery DE VERE, of Curragh, in the county of Limerick, to Mary Lucy, eldest daughter of Rowland STANDISH, Esq., and Lady Lucy STANDISH, of Scaleby Castle and Holm Cultram Abbey, in the County of Cumberland, and Farley Hill, in the County of Berks.

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Deaths.

 

In East Tower Street, Margaret KENNEDY, aged 76 years.

 

In Duke Street, Isabella GRAHAM, aged 40 years.

 

In Broad Guards, Isabella DAWSON, aged 63 years.

 

In Castle Street, Sarah RAILTON, aged 73 years.

 

In Broad Guards, Archibald DAVIDSON, aged 9 years.

 

In the House of Recovery, Mrs. Mary BELL, aged 22 years.

 

In St. Cuthbert's Lane, Mrs. Jane HUNTER, aged 66 years.

 

In Botchergate, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Mary RICHARDSON, aged 83 years.

 

In King Street, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Elizabeth SMITH, aged 54 years.

 

At Rosehouse, suddenly, on Wednesday last, Sarah, third daughter of Margaret HARPER, of Hesket-New-Market, aged 20 years,—much respected.

 

At Hill Top, since our last, Mrs. Sarah GRAHAM, aged 72 years.

 

At Cumwhinton, lately, Mrs. Jane HOLMES, widow, aged 81 years,—much and deservedly respected through life.

 

At Longstrumble, on the 25th ult., Mrs. OUSBY, widow, aged 65 years; much respected.

 

At Brampton, on Sunday last, Mr. Christopher PARKER, butcher, aged 52 years.

 

At Arkleby Hall, near Plumbland, on Wednesday week, Fanny, relict of the late Joseph MOUNSEY, aged 58 years,—much respected.

 

At Wigton, on Monday last, D. NICHOL, Esq., surgeon, R.N., aged 51 years.

 

In London, on the 31st ult., Mr. Thomas LANGHORNE, a native of Wigton, in this county, aged 55 years.

 

At Holloway, London, on the 2nd instant, Mrs. Elizabeth HOLT, wife of Mr. Peter HOLT, late of Bowness, in this county, aged 66 years.

 

At Penrith, on the 2nd instant, Mr. Joseph BROWN, aged 24 years,—one of the Odd Fellows, and was interred with the honours of the Society; same place, on the 3rd, Mrs. Jane BRANTHWAITE, aged 57 years; 4th, Mrs. Margaret HENDERSON, aged 53 years; 6th, James, second son of Mr. Joseph WILKINSON, aged 18 years.

 

At Cockermouth, on the 14th ult., John, youngest son of Mr. John DENT, joiner and cabinet maker, in his 2nd year; on the 31st ult., John COULTHARD, weaver, aged 22 years; on the 1st instant, Miss Sarah ROBINSON, aged 72 years; and on the 5th inst., Dinah, wife of Wm. THOMPSON, aged 65 years.

 

At Goat, near Cockermouth, on the 29th ult., Mrs. Mary COULTER, mother of Mr. COULTER, excise officer, aged 72 years.

 

At Maryport, on the 1st inst., Ann, daughter of Mr. Joseph MILLICAN, aged 25 years.

 

At Brigham, near Cockermouth, on Monday week, the 29th ultimo, John DUFTON, Esq., in the 74th year of his age; much respected. The deceased was a man of very considerable ability, of a kind and benevolent disposition, and of the strictest integrity. The short, but severe illness with which it pleased Almighty God to afflict him, was borne with meekness and resignation truly exemplary. The seeds of divine grace, previously planted, ripened in his affliction to a full assurance of everlasting salvation. During all his suffering, he never permitted a murmur to escape him, but meekly submitting himself to the divine will, he breathed out his spirit, humbly, but fervently, trusting in the merits of a crucified Redeemer.

 

At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Ann CROW, widow, aged 82 years; Mr. William YOUNGHUSBAND, aged 63 years; Mrs. Mary BOADLE, widow, aged 88 years; and Mrs. Sarah M'GAA, aged 65 years.

 

At Harrington, on Monday, Mr. William WYLIE, labourer, aged 66 years; on the 2nd instant, Mr. Joseph HUDDART, mariner, aged 56 years.

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Deaths.   [continued]

 

At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. James WALKER, blacksmith, aged 27 years; John, son of Mr. John WILSON, aged 14 years; Isabella, wife of Mr. Joseph WHITE, mate of the Mary, of that port, aged 26 years; Mr. Richard BRAITHWAITE, pawnbroker, aged 67 years; Mrs. Nancy MERRIN, widow, aged 78 years; Mr. James TWEEDIE, aged 78 years; John, son of Mr. SCOTT, ship builder, aged 25 years.

 

At Liverpool, on Tuesday week, Mr. James HAMILTON, of Whitehaven, aged 30 years.

 

At Byersteads, near Whitehaven, Mrs. Mary STOCKDALE, widow, in her 82nd year.

 

At Bothel Hall, on Wednesday, the 31st ultimo, Mrs. Lydia GIBSON, a maiden lady, at the great age of 90 years.

 

At Ravenglass, on the 29th ult., Mr. George HAIG, surgeon, son of the late Mr. HAIG, teacher, Dumfries Academy, aged 36 years.

 

At Appleby, on Monday week, Mary, the wife of Mr. Thos. SARGINSON, veterinary surgeon, aged 33 years; same place, on Friday, Mrs. Ann PEARSON, matron to the Countess of Pembroke's Hospital, Appleby, aged 85 years; on Saturday last, George HALL, Esq., Deputy High Sheriff of the County of Westmorland, aged 51 years.

 

At Bongate, Appleby, lately, Eleanor, the wife of Mr. Edward WILSON, advanced in years.

 

At Hemmels, near Ormside, Mr. Thomas JOHNSTON, aged 74 years,—much respected.

 

At Brough, on Tuesday, of typhus fever, in the prime of life, Mr. William PEARSON, chaise driver.

 

At Kirkby Stephen, since our last, after a short illness, John THOMPSON, plasterer, aged 65 years.

 

At Bolton-le-Sands, on Monday week, in consequence of the rupture of a blood vessel, Richard Spalring BERRY, Esq.

 

At Cartmel, on Friday week, Mrs. HOLLAND, aged 86 years; on Saturday, at Beckside, near Cartmel, Mrs. Mary CLEMINSON, aged 78 years.

 

At Ulverston, on Monday week, James, son of Mrs. WORTHINGTON, of the Sun Inn, in that town, aged 26 years; same day, Mrs. Jane PARKINSON, aged 80 years.

 

At Cark, near Ulverston, since our last, Miss Elizabeth ELLERAY, aged 72 years. She was the youngest of three sisters, who all lived under the same roof, and were all unmarried.

 

At New Langholm, on the 29th ult., Mrs. CHISHOLM, aged 70 years.

 

On the 1st instant, in Irish Street, Dumfries, of intermittent fever, Charles Heaton Denham, aged 5 years, second son of Lieutenant Charles G. ROBINSON, R.N., employed on an Admiralty coast survey. This is the second domestic affliction which has befallen this officer and his lady in the few months; he lost an infant son last June.

 

At Hexham, aged 78 years, Mrs. Eliz. PROUT; 1st inst., Mrs. Sarah MORROW, widow.

 

At Newcastle, on the 26th ult., Margaret, wife of Mr. Thos. OLIVER, architect, and daughter of the late Mr. James LORIMER, builder, Kelso; on the 5th instant, Mr. Thomas BOWMAN, auctioneer, aged 48 years.

 

At Jedburgh, on the 28th ult., George HILSTON, Esq., aged 68 years.

 

At Great Horkesley, Rectory, on the 26th ult., aged 75, the Bishop of Sodor and Man.

 

In the Closes, near Salisbury, Frances Francis, the wife of the Venerable Archdeacon MACDONALD.

 

On Sunday morning week, at ten o'clock, at his residence in Brompton Square, London, A. H. BEAUMONT, Esq., late editor of the Northern Liberator.

 

At Cawnpore, on the 12th of October, 1837, aged 20 years, Edward, eldest son of E. H. LOCKER, Esq., Commissioner of Greenwich Hospital.

 

At Pagham, near Chichester, in the 20th year of her age, Ellen HORN, sister of Charles HORN, who a few weeks since was committed to Lewes for trial, for the murder of Harriet THOMPSON. This is the third of HORN's family that has died since his committal.

 

Lately, M. DE SABREVOIS, one of the most wealthy inhabitants of Chartres, bequeathing 10,000f. to the poor of the town, and 12,000f. to the ecclesiastical seminary. His death was attended with the following singular circumstances:—He had been for some time confined to his bed, and was extremely reduced. Making an attempt in the night to get up he fell against a night table by the bed side. A female servant came to his assistance, but was unable to raise him up, and went to call the man servant, whom also she found senseless lying in his bed, having been overcome by the fumes of a pan of charcoal, which he had placed in his room to warm it. She drew him out of his bed and laid him on the floor, and then went for further aid. The man was soon restored, but had been so much affected by the cold that his legs were nearly frozen. M. DE SABREVOIS was dead when medical assistance arrived.