Saturday 24 Nov 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)




In Lowther Street, on the 20th instant, Mrs. Joseph ATKINSON, of a son.


At Brayton, on the 18th instant, at Brayton, the Lady of Sir Wilfred LAWSON, of a daughter.


At Harewood House, Yorkshire, on the 15th instant, the Lady Louisa CAVENDISH, of a son.


At Harewood House, Yorkshire, on the 17th instant, the Lady Caroline LASCELLES, of a daughter.


At Lisburn, on the 18th instant, the wife of the Rev. Wm. REEVES, M.A., of a son.




At the Old Presbyterian Chapel, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. Richard HUNTER, Mr. John Stuart CAMPBELL, London Road, to Miss Euphaus [sic – Euphenes in GRO index] MARSHALL.


At St. Cuthbert's Church, on Wednesday last, Mr. Joseph CHARTERS to Miss Jane LINDSAY.


At St. Mary's Church, on Wednesday last, Mr. Edward ROBINSON, to Miss Margaret MEAKLEY.


At Wigton, on Wednesday last, Mr. William BLACK, to Miss Mary THOMPSON.


At the Superintendent's Register Office, Penrith, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. SMITH, tailor and draper, to Miss Elizabeth BOWE, of the Dog and Duck inn.


At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday last, by the Reverend Mr. BUSH, Mr. William CRAGHILL, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Timothy FISHER, of St. John's, near Keswick.


At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. John RAMSAY, bleacher, to Miss Dorothy FOSTER.


At Crosscannonby, on the 17th, Mr. George LATIMER, to Miss Sarah FLETCHER, both of Maryport.


At Torpenhow, on Saturday last, by the Reverend Joseph THEXTON, B.A., Mr Joseph HIGHMOOR, of the parish of Irthington, to Miss Mary DODD, second daughter of Mr. Joseph DODD, Bothel.


At Arlecdon, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph WOOD, of Greysouthen, to Miss Ann BELL, of Brownrigg, in Arlecdon.


At the Scotch Church, Workington, on the 17th instant, by the Reverend Coll TURNER, Mr. John MARTIN, shoemaker, Washington Street, to Miss Sarah CHAMBERS, both of Workington.


At Gosforth, on Monday last, by the Reverend F. F. PINDAR, Mr. Wm. DAWSON, boot and shoemaker, Egremont, to Miss Matilda HARRINGTON, of the former place.


At Melton Mowbray, a few days ago, Henry JOHNSON, Esq., of Marylebone, to Miss Sarah, eldest daughter of John PERNELEY, Esq., of the former place.—This marriage ceremony caused an unusual degree of anxiety, from the circumstance of the gentleman being deaf and dumb; but, by the interpretation of his brother, he nodded his assent to some part of the ceremony, and the other questions being put in writing, they were answered in the same way.

 Saturday 24 Nov 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)




In the Irish Damside, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Mary LENNOX, aged 80 years.


In Scotch Street, on Wednesday last, the 21st instant, Mrs. Margaret ANTHONY, aged 65 years.


At Scotby, near this city, on Friday last, Sarah, wife of Mr. William BAXTER, many years a grocer in this city, aged 79, one of the Society of Friends, greatly and deservedly respected through life.


At Moorhouse, on the 16th instant, Mr. Ebenezer GLENCROSS, aged 68 years.


At Wigton, on Monday last, Mrs. Jane ROBINSON, aged 63 years.


At Penrith, on the 15th instant, Mr. George LANCASTER, Fell Lane, yeoman, aged 60 years.


At Workington, on Saturday last, Mrs. Elizabeth WHITTEN, widow, aged 75, better known by the homely soubriquet of Bet CHAMBERS, the fortune teller.


At Hexham, aged 75, much respected, Mr. John CHARLTON, of Ebchester—12th instant, Edward Wilkinson, infant son of Mr. Edward OLIVER, innkeeper.


At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Catherine WILSON, a maiden lady, aged 80 years.


At Harrington, on the 17th instant, Miss Margaret WYLIE, of that place, aged 28 years.


At Egremont, on Saturday last, Mr. Peter HANNAH, lime-burner, aged _5 years.


At Gatehouse Green, in Eskdale, on the 7th instant, aged 52 years, Mrs. TYSON, wife of Mr. Porter TYSON, of that place.


At Bankend, near Broughton-in-Furness, on the 8th inst., Mr. Thomas STANLEY, in his 92nd year, father of the Reverend J. STANLEY, rector of Waberthwaite.


At St. George's Plain Estate, Savanna-la-Mar, in the Island of Jamaica, Mr. Richardson SLATER, cooper, aged 35 years.— The deceased was a native of Dalton, in Furness, and was held in high estimation by his employers, as well as his being greatly respected by his relatives and friends.


At 48, Hanover-street, Glasgow, on the 9th instant, Dr. DYMOCK, in the 73d year of his age.


At Liverpool, on Thursday, the 1st instant, Mr. Henry BIRKETT, aged 25, late of Whitehaven.


At his residence, Grove-street, Liverpool, on Wednesday week, aged 66, Mr. James ASPINALL, banker.


At his house, in Arlington-street, on Tuesday last, the Earl of Sefton.


At Gougave [sic – should probably be Gouyave] House, Island of Grenada, on the 12th of September last, John FORRESTER, Esq., aged 48. The deceased had the management of several estates in the Island. He was Colonel of the Militia, and Justice of the Peace, and during 28 years residence in the Island he was much respected by a numerous circle of acquaintance. He was the eldest son of Edward FORRESTER, of Slacks, Bewcastle, in this county.


DEATH OF THE JUDGE-ADVOCATE GENERAL.—We regret to announce the death, which took place on Friday week, at three o'clock, in the afternoon, of the Right Honourable Robert Cutlar FERGUSON [sic – should be FERGUSSON], her Majesty's Judge-Advocate-General, and M.P. for the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, North Britain.