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Saturday 06 Oct 1838   (p. 3, col. 6)




On Monday last, at Brampton, the lady of Wm. CARRICK, Esq., Coroner, of a son.


At Low Mill House, near Whitehaven, on the 26th ult., the Lady of Robert BRISCO, Esq., of a son.




At St. Mary's, on the 30th ult., Mr. John PATTERSON, to Miss Mary WILSON.


On Saturday last, at Hesket, John GREY, Esq., of Know Brow, to Miss MOUNSEY, of Plumpton Back-street.


On the 25th ult., at Caldbeck, Mr. J. EARLE, of Hendon, Middlesex, to Miss Jane TODHUNTER, of Hesket-New-Market; at the same place, on the 29th, Mr. John TODHUNTER, blacksmith, to Miss Nanny WILSON, both of Greenrigg, in the parish of Caldbeck.


At Cockermouth, on the 24th ult., Mr. Jonathan HARKNESS, thread maker, to Miss Agnes GARNETT; on the 25th, Mr. Wm. SCOTT, weaver, to Miss Jane LINTON; and on Sunday last, Mr. Edward MEYNELL, hatter, to Miss M. FLEMING.


At St. Bees, on Saturday last, Mr. Francis BIRKETT, draper, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. WHITESIDE, ship-builder.


At Whitehaven, lately, by the Rev T. DALTON, Mr. William KENDALL, to Miss Jane LEATHERS, of Cleator; same place, Mr. John HARDIE, shoemaker, to Miss Hannah GUNDY.


At Egremont, on Saturday last, by the Rev. W. H. LEECH, Mr. William HUDDART, of Whitehaven, carpenter, to Miss Francis [sic – Frances according to FreeBMD] LINDOW, dress-maker, of Ore Pit Houses, near Egremont.


At Embleton, on Wednesday sennight, Mr. Joseph BROUGH, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. J. ROBINSON, of Long Close in Isell.


At Broughton-in-Furness, on the 22nd ult., Mr. Isaac MUNCASTER, of Coalgate, to Agnes, daughter of Mr. Isaac KITCHEN, Wreaksend, near Broughton.


At Newcastle, on the 30th ult., at St. John's, Mr. J. KNOX, formerly of Dunse, Berwickshire, to Miss Jane SMITH, late of Greenlaw—29th ult., at New Court Chapel, by the Reverend G. SAMPLE, Mr. John ANDREW, jun., of Leeds, to Miss Susannah BRIGGS, daughter of Mr. James BRIGGS, merchant tailor, Royal Arcade.


At Gateshead, on the 24th ult., Mr. Christopher NEVINS, to Mrs. Jane GRAY.


At Long Itchington, Warwickshire, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. J. WALKER, Samuel ROGERS, Esq., of Kempston, to Ann Eliza, eldest surviving daughter of the late Rev. H. DIXON, B.D., vicar of Millom, and of Harrold, Bedfordshire.

 Saturday 06 Oct 1838   (p. 3, col. 6)




In St. Mary's Workhouse, on the 3rd instant, Rowland BARNES, Sheriffs Bailiff, aged 59 years.


In Robert Street, on Saturday last, James MINNIS, aged 15.


At Denton Hill, on the 29th ult., Margaret HANDSOME, aged 16 years.


At Stanwix, on the 20th ult., Mr. Joseph ARMSTRONG, aged 85 years.


At Grymoor Hill, lately, Mr. Henry GREY, aged 77 years.


At Dykesfield, in the parish of Burgh-by Sands, Joseph, son of Mr. Robert BLACK, aged 26 years.


At Brampton, on Monday last, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Thos. JOHNSON, blacksmith, aged 42 years; also, on Tuesday, Robert MILES, butcher, aged 41 years.


At Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. George LANGHORNE, in the 39th year of his age, after a long and painful illness. Mr. L. was a member ot St. John's Lodge, No. 409 of Freemasons, and was much and deservedly respected.


At Penrith, on the 1st inst., Elizabeth NEVISON, aged 7 years.


At Eamont Bridge, on Wednesday week, Mrs. M. BIRBECK, aged 74 years.


At Cockermouth, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Mary ASKINS, aged 78 years; on the 27th, Mr. John STRATTON, labourer, aged 28; on the 28th, Mr. David JOHNSTON, aged 70 years; same day, John, son of Mr. John SNOWDEN, aged 7 years; also Jane SHAW, aged 12 years, and on the 29th, Miss Mary YOUNGHUSBAND, aged 21 years.


At High Abbey, in Embleton, on the 12th ult., Mr. George ROOKE, yeoman, aged 74 years.


At Grange, in Borrowdale, near Keswick, on Saturday last, awfully sudden, Mr. Thomas WILSON, yeoman, aged 67 years.


At Beckhouse, on the 12th ultimo, Margaret, sixth daughter of Mr. WINDER, in the 24th year of her age.


At Harrington, on Tuesday week, Lindsay, son of Mr. John BLAIR, in the 8th year of his age.


At Whitehaven, since out last, Mrs. Elizabeth FLEMING, a maiden lady, aged 96 years; same place, after an illness of more than two years' duration, John, son of Mr. Jonathan WHITE, grocer, in the 8th year of his age; Mr. T. HODGSON, officer of the customs, aged 28 years; Isabella NICHOLSON, aged 31 years.


At the Workhouse, Workington, James KERR, aged 43 years.


At Egremont, on Monday week, Ann, the wife of Mr. John CARRUTHERS, paper maker, aged 52 years.


At Melkinthore [sic], on the 18th ult., at the advanced age of 86 years, Mr. Richard CLARK, better known by the name of "Dickey Dancer." This eccentric character had during his chequered pilgrimage here, followed the different occupations of tailor, potter, dancing-master, farmer, bread-baker, grocer, and tea-dealer.


At Hackthorpe, on the 29th ult., aged 48, Mr. Thomas SANDERSON, boot and shoe maker.


Lately, at Asby, near Appleby, Mr. Richard WALVER, advanced in years; same place, Mr. George WESTALL, butcher, aged 35 years.


At Drybeck, near Appleby, John, son of Mr. Wm. RICHARDSON, yeoman, aged 29 years.


On the 22nd ult., at Appleby, Elizabeth, relict of the late John THWAITS, Esq., solicitor, and mother of George THWAITS, M.D., aged 82 years. Mrs. T. will long live in the affections of a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances, as by her urbanity of manners and benevolent disposition she gained the respect of all who knew her.


At Newcastle, on the 20th ult., in Eldon Place, aged 57, Mr. Robert SCOTT, shipowner; in the Postern, aged 76, Mr. Wm. COOK, many years potter in the Exchange—24th ult., in the Bath Lane, aged 36, Jane, wife of Mr. Edward WARD, skinner—22nd, in Shakspeare-street, Signor G. B. CALASCA, professor of modern languages.


At his house, 195, Abercrombie Place, Glasgow, on the 1st current, Charles TENNANT, Esq., of St. Rollox, in the 71st year of his age.


At Carlow, aged 100 years, James ROONEY. He was a sailor, and commenced his career under RODNEY, and was on board the flag-ship during several actions.


DEATH OF MAJOR LONGLEY.— Intelligence was received by the last Jamaica packet, of the unexpected death of Major LONGLEY, of the Royal Artillery, lieut.-governor of the island of Dominica, one of the elder brothers of the Bishop of Ripon.