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On the 22nd ult., in Fisher Street, the Lady of the Reverend Richard HUNTER of a son, still born.
At St. Cuthbert's, on the 28th ult., Mr. William SUTTON, of John Street, Botchergate, to Miss Charlotte RAILTON, of English Street.
At St. Mary's, on the 18th ult., Mr. Jacob MILBURN, to Miss Ann JOHNSTON; 28th, Mr. James Hill, to Miss Ann CLARK; same day, Mr. James HOLMES, to Miss Isabella HILL; 29th, Mr. William PATTINSON, to Miss Mary BURNS.
At Wetheral, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Mr. TODD, Mr. James COWEN, of Warwick Bridge, to Miss Eleanor WELSH, of Knells; same day, Mr. William ROUTLEDGE, of Walton Mill, to Miss Mary SMITH, of Broadwath.
At Gretna, on Thursday week, Mr. Robert ELLIOT, junior, painter and glazier, of this city, to Miss Jane LAIDLAW, of Harraby; same place, on Saturday last, Mr. William WELSH, cotton spinner, to Miss Ann BEWLEY, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas BEWLEY, of Stockdalewath.
At Dacre, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. John STEPHENSON, Mr. John STEPHENSON, of Dacre, to Miss Ruth HARRINSON, of the same place.
At Graitney, on Sunday week, Mr. CAMPBELL, to Miss J. HUMPHREYS, both of Aspatria.
At Aspatria, on Thursday week, Mr. Dassy [sic – Darcy according to IGI] CURWEN, to Miss M. PEARS, of Aspatria.
At Bridekirk, on the 18th ult., by the Rev. H. A. HERVEY, Mr. W. GIBSON, to Miss UPTON.
On Monday week, at St. Nicholas's Chapel, Whitehaven, by the Rev. T. DALTON, Mr. Isaac DALZELL, butcher, son of Mr. DALZELL, of Stainburn Hall, to Marry Ann, daughter of Mr. John NORMAN, Islington, London.
At St. Mark's Church, Liverpool, Captain MACADAM, of the Larch, of Whitehaven, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr. William COULTHART, of Douglas, Isle of Man.
At St. James's Chapel, Whitehaven, since our last, by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. John FLOOD, collier, to Miss Mary Ann HAWSON; same place, Mr. Benjamin SMITH, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth ROOM.
On the 25th ult, at Workington, Mr. Joseph WOOD, husbandman, to Miss Elizabeth PETRIE.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. John WHYTE, nailer, to Miss Mary M'BRIDE, both of Keswick.
At St. Michael's, Appleby, on Saturday last, Mr. James RICHARDSON, to Miss Margaret THOMPSON.
At Bolton, on Monday, the 27th ult., Mr. William ION, of Crackenthorpe, to Miss Mary ATKINSON, of Bolton.
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In English street, on Monday last, Mr. Thomas PARKER, under bookkeeper at the Coffee House coach office, aged 48 years.
In King Street, on Sunday last, Mr. Thomas ION, aged 53 years.
At Newcastle, on the 26th ult., in the 76th year of his age, Mr. William WILKIN, for many years manager of the Tyne Main Colliery;—a man highly respected for his many excellent qualities, for his upright conduct, and for the extent and variety of his knowledge upon all all matters connected with the business in which he was engaged. He was a native of the neighbourhood of Rockliff.
At Millbeck, near this city, on the 1st ult., Mr. William HAMILTON, yeoman, aged 75 years,—much respected.
At Wreay, on the 18th ult., Mary TIFFIN, aged 52 years.
At Brampton, on the 28th ult., Mr. CORRY, Sheriff's officer for a great number of years, aged 67 years.
At Wigton, on the 31st ultimo, after a long illness, John, youngest son of Mr. Thomas BARRAT, aged 16 years; on the 24th ult., Mr. John ROOK, nailer, aged 52 years.
On the 27th ult., at the house of his father, at Meals Gate, in the parish of Bolton, after a severe illness of upwards of six months, which he bore with truly exemplary resignation, Mr. William MOORE, youngest son of Mr. John MOORE, in the 30th year of his age, formerly clerk in the house of Messrs. GROOCOCK, COPESTAKE, and MOORE, London.
At Dockrayrigg-house, near Wigton, on the 26th ult., Mary, the wife of Mr. John BARNES, aged 46 years.
At Aspatria, on Monday, Sarah, the infant and only daughter of Thomas KENNEDY, shoemaker.
At Penrith, on the 25th ult., Elizabeth KITCHEN, aged 74 years; same day, John GRAHAM, an inmate of the Union Workhouse, aged 43 years; on the 26th, Grace, wife of George CHARTERS, aged 69 years; same day, after a short illness, Mr. John WILLIAMSON, schoolmaster, Editor of the Northern Almanack, a profound mathematician and optician, aged 62 years; on the 28th, Mr. John GRISDALE, aged 86 years, an inmate of the Union Workhouse.
Since our last, at Whitehaven, Frances, wife of Mr. Henry RAY, of Ginns, aged 32 years; and at the New Town, Jane, wife of Mr. Joseph BROWN, aged 72 years.
At Harrington, on Tuesday, the 21st ult., very suddenly, Wilfred Fisher, eldest son of Capt.William DITCHBURN, of the brig, Sally, of Harrington, in his 19th year.
At Maryport, on Tuesday week, Mrs. Mary SHORTRIDGE, aged 75 years; same day, at Birkby, near Maryport, Mr. James RUTHERFORD, aged 40. The death of this man was occasioned by an accident on the railway.
At Keswick, on Monday week, Mr. Daniel COWMAN, aged 53 years; same place, on Thursday week, Mr. Joseph WILSON, joiner, aged 53 years; and at Newlands, near Keswick, on the 25th ult., Mary, the wife of Mr. Isaac GILL, in the prime of life.
At Bongate, Appleby, lately, Mr. Matthew SEWELL, aged 80 years.
At Dufton, near Appleby, George, son of Mr. George WILLAN, aged 22 years.
At Reagill, on the 26th ult., Margaret, wife of Mr. Robert POTTS, yeoman, aged 64 years.
At Naples, on the 1st of May, in his 34th year, John Andrew, second son of the late Andrew M'DOUALL, Esq., of Logan, Kirkmaiden. Mr. M'DOUAL, was second son of the late Col. M'DOUALL of Logan, and brother to Major M'DOUALL of the Life Guards. The circumstances under which he met his death, are truly distressing. He and a friend were entering pretty sharply through the streets of Naples, in order to overtake Mrs. M'DOUALL and a party who preceded them, when in endeavouring to avoid a woman who ran across directly in front of them, he came in contact with her, which threw his horse, and pitched him on his head. He was taken up insensible, in which state he remained until his death, a period of 49 hours. His end seemed free from pain which afforded some consolation to his affected wife, who bore the trial with wonderful fortitude, and remained with her husband night and day during his insensibility. He has left one son, who is now heir presumptive to one of the oldest families in Scotland.