Saturday 13 Oct 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)




At St. Mary's, on the 8th inst., Mr. Daniel RITSON, to Miss Eleanor IRVING.


At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mr. Thomas PEAT, of Kendal, to Miss Sarah TAYLOR, of Wigton.


At Penrith, on the 6th instant, Mr. William KNIPE, to Miss Elizabeth SLEE, of the Bell and Bullock Inn; same place, Mr. Joseph NOBLE, grocer, to Miss Ann NIXON, house maid at the Crown hotel; 1_th, Mr. Thomas BEWSHER, to Miss Rachel BEATEY.


On the 2nd instant, at the Crossgate Church, Durham, John WARNER, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John WILSON, Esq., of the Hill, near Cockermouth.


At Crosscannonby, on Saturday last, Mr. John DAVY, druggist, to Miss Margaret COCKTON, both of Maryport.


At Egremont, on Sunday last, by the Rev. W. H. LEECH, rector, Mr. John MASON, paper maker, to Miss Jane BROWN; same place, on the following day, Mr. Isaac CLOUGH, paper-maker, to Miss Hannah SHARP.


At Shap, on Saturday week, Mr. F. WILSON, master of the Grammar School, Bampton, to Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. Mr. ABBOT.


At Hexham, on the 4th instant, Mr. Isaac BATY, to Miss ARMORER, both of that place.

 Saturday 13 Oct 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)




In Bridge Street, lately, Mrs. Jane WILKIN, aged 38 years.


In Rigg Street, on the 6th instant, Mrs. Mary BROWN, aged 53 years.


On Saturday, the 6th instant, at Kell Houses, Jane, relict of the Rev. John WILKIN, of this city, and eldest daughter of Mr. Arthur GRAHAM, brewer, Caldewgate.


In Manchester, on the 6th instant, at the house of her brother-in-law, Mr. John COLLINS, Mrs. HUDSON, relict of the late Mr. Isaac HUDSON, solicitor, Carlisle, aged 64.


At Carlton House, on Saturday last, after an illness of only two or three days, Miss Charlotte WHITTHAM, niece of Mr. John LOWTHIAN,—much and deservedly respected.


At Thursby, on Monday morning last, at the house of her son, Mrs. Sarah BELL, widow, aged 77 years. The deceased had kept a grocer's shop at Thursby for the long period of 48 years, during which time she was much and deservedly respected by all with whom she had connexions.


At Penrith, on the 5th instant, Mary, wife of Thomas ARMSTRONG, weaver, aged 55 years; 10th, Mrs. Jane WARDLEY, widow, aged 61 years.


On the 8th instant, at Bailes House, near Alston, aged 83, Mrs. Margaret BELL, relict ot Mr. John BELL, late of Wentworth Place, Hexham,—much respected.


At Chapel House, near Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. Thomas JACKSON, of that place, late of the firm of Messrs. T. and J. JACKSON, corn merchants, aged 63 years,—universally esteemed.


At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Jane, daughter of Mrs. J. SIMMONS, widow, in her 2nd year; in the Workhouse, on the 4th, William HUDSON, aged 47 years.


At the East Field Farm, Brigham, on Wednesday week, Mrs. GRAHAM, aged 58 years, wife of Mr. GRAHAM, of that place.


On the night of Monday week, in the 61st year of his age, Mr. Thomas PENNINGTON, of Duke Street, Whitehaven, corn and flour merchant,—highly respected through life as a worthy and upright tradesman.


Very suddenly, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Mr. John PARKINSON, of Eamont Bridge, aged 56 years. The deceased was on his road to Leeds with cattle for his master, Mr. Richard PARKINSON, Woodhouse, near Lowther.


At his brother's house, in Hexham, on the 20th ult., aged 76 years, Mr. Robert Bennet KING, for many years commercial traveller of Newcastle.


At Kingsland Crescent, on the 28th ult., the Rev. William TUNNEY, aged 87 years. He was many years actively engaged with his friend the Rev. John WESLEY.


The widow of Henry GRATTAN (par excellence), the Irish patriot, died on the 26th ult., at Courteenhall Rectory, Northamptonshire, the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Richard WAKE. This venerable lady, who survived her lamented husband some years, had attained the age of 84.


Lately, at his lodgings, at Pentonville, Mr. BARNES, the celebrated pantaloon, in the 50th year of his age.