Saturday 30 Apr 1842   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Birth.

At Low Mill House, on the 24th inst., the Lady of Robert BRISCO, Esq., of a daughter.

 

Marriages.

At St. Cuthbert's, in this city, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. J. TWENTYMAN, Mr. Edward CASTLE, chemist, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. Joseph HOPE, wine merchant.

At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph PEEL, clock and watchmaker, to Jane, daughter of Mr. John CLARK, grocer.

At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph MILLER, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Joseph WARWICK, Waverton.

At Alston, on the 27th instant, by the Rev. Hugh SALVIN, Mr. Robert Mc.ADAM, to Ann, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas MILBURN, merchant, Alston.

At Dacre, on Wednesday, the 20th instant, Mr. John NOBLE, shoemaker, to Dinah, eldest daughter of Mr. John WARWICK, yeoman.

At Bampton, on the 16th inst., Mr. J. MARTIN, farmer, to Miss SCOTT, eldest daughter of Mr. J. SCOTT, joiner and cabinet maker, both of Bampton.

At Greystoke, a few days ago, Mr. MITCHELL, of Blencowe Hall, to Miss NICHOLSON, of Whamhead, near Hutton Roof.

At Abbey, lately, Captain J. HARRIS, of Maryport, to Miss WAUGH, niece of John WISE, Esq., Seaville.

At Cockermouth, lately, Mr. John POOL, to Miss Isabella, third daughter of Mrs. Sarah SPROTT.

At St. Paul's Church, Liverpool, on the 15th instant, Mr. William BLACK, captain of the Jessie of Kirkcudbright, to Miss Janet SCOTT, of Annan, Dumfries-shire.

At Moresby, on Monday last, Mr. QUINTON, to Miss WRIGHT, both of Moresby.

At Workington, on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. LAWSON, of Great Clifton, to Mrs. Elizabeth GORDON, late mistress of the Guard Street Infant School, at Workington.

At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. Wm. KENDALL, potter, to Miss Frances PAVEY; and on Saturday last, Mr. W. BENSON, of Harrowthwaite, shipwright, to Miss Mary HUNTER, of Plumbland's Lane.

At St. Bees, on Monday week, Mr. John HILL, twine spinner, Hensingham, to Miss C. TAYLORSON, of Whitehaven.

At Sculcoates Church, Hull, on Thursday week, William POOLE, Esq., merchant, Hull, to Miss THOMPSON, of Workington.

In the chapel of the Palace of Stopingi, near Turin, on the 12th instant, the Prince Royal of Sardinia, to the Archduchess Marie Adelaide, of Austria.

 

Deaths.

At No. 82, Market Place, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Catherine FOSTER, widow of the late William FOSTER, aged 78 years, much respected. Deceased was well known in this city, and surrounding country, having followed the millinery business for upwards of sixty years.

In Botchergate, on the 18th instant, Mr. Felix ROGAN, aged 48 years.

At Brewery Row, Caldew Bridges, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Margaret FLETCHER, relict of the late Mr. Alexander FLETCHER, gardener, aged 91 years.

In Moffat's Yard, Lowther-street, on Wednesday last, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Robert DRINKWATER, aged 60 years.

In the English Damside, on the 26th inst., Mr. John CHESNEY, aged 40 years.

At Eden Terrace, Carlisle, aged 15 years, Walter, second son of John JOYCE, Esq., Collector of the Customs, Carlisle.

In John Street, lately, Mrs. Ann JOHNSTON, aged 72 years.

At Baldwinholme, in the parish of Orton, on the 25th inst., in the 81st year of his age, Mr. Edward HIND, yeoman, deeply regretted. He was a freeman of the city of Carlisle, and a staunch supporter of the "Old Blue Cause."

At Kirkhouse, on the 26th instant, Mr. William NICHOLSON, aged 34 years—much lamented by all who knew him.

At Brampton, on the 28th inst., Isabella, widow of the late Mr. Thomas ROBINSON, Middle Farm, aged 71 years.

At Keenly Well House, in the parish of Allandale, on the 17th inst., Mrs. CARRICK, widow of the late William CARRICK, Esq., New High Town, near Haltwhistle.

At Waverton, in the parish of Wigton, on the 15th instant, Mrs. Mary BONE, aged 84 years.

At Wigton, on the 18th instant, William, son of Mr. Henry STAINTON, aged eight years.

At Dacre, an Saturday, the 23rd instant, Mr. John GRISDALE, for several years gamekeeper to E. W. HASELL, Esq., of Dalemain, aged 75 years.

At Cockermouth, on the 27th inst., William LOWTHER, husbandman, aged 73 years.

At Kingston, Jamaica, on the 21st February, Thomas, son of Joseph STEEL, Esq., of Cockermouth, aged 37 years.

At Mirehouse, near Keswick, on Sunday last, very suddenly, Mrs. SPEDDING, wife of John SPEDDING, Esq., at a very advanced age.

At Skiddaw Bank, near Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. Daniel DOVER, of the firm of DOVER, YOUNGHUSBAND, and Co., the well-known and old established woollen manufacturers, aged 68 years.

At Low Bridge End, St. John's, near Keswick, on the 11th instant, Mr. George WETHERALL, yeoman, at the great age of 82 years.

At Brigham Row, near Keswick, on the 19th instant, Ann, fourth daughter of Mr. John GASKARTH, aged 19 years.

At Pooley Bridge, on the 19th inst., Mr. Mark WALKER, aged 75 years.

At High Leys, in Lamplugh, on Monday week, Mrs. Eleanor SAUL, relict of the late Mr. William SAUL, aged 33 years.

At Whitehaven, lately, Mary, daughter of Mr. William OSBORNE, Queen Street, aged 16 years; at the Infirmary, New Houses, Mr. Joseph BATEMAN, aged 22 years; at New Houses, Jane, wife of Mr. George IRVEN, aged 24 years; and at Mount Pleasant, Mrs. Ann LOWREY, widow, advanced in years.

At Little Beckermet, on Tuesday last, Ann, the wife of Mr. Henry CADDY, yeoman, aged 64 years.

At sea, on the 9th of November last, Mr. Wilson BELL, son of Mr. Thomas BELL, of Great Broughton, aged 28 years. The deceased was on a voyage to Buenos Ayres, and on the day above-mentioned, during a heavy gale, he fell from the jibboom and perished.

At his residence, Alverthorpe Hall, near Wakefield, on the 19th instant, Francis MAUDE, Esq., F.R.S., barrister-at-law, and a Deputy-Lieutenant and Magistrate of the West Riding of the County of York, Recorder of Doncaster, and late Judge of the Sheriff's Courts.—Mr. MAUDE will be remembered by the local reader as a Revising Barrister, who for several years officiated in that capacity in this county.

DEATH OF THE EARL OF SHANNON.—We regret to announce tne death of this venerable Earl, which took place at his house in Connaught-terrace, on Thursday evening week, after a lengthened and severe indisposition. The noble Earl was in his 71st year; and married, in 1798, Sarah, daughter of John HYDE, Esq., by whom he has left a large family. He is succeeded in his title and estates by Viscount BOYLE, who was born in May, 1809; and married, in 1832, Emily, youngest daughter of Lord George SEYMOUR, of the Hertford family. His eldest son, now Lord BOYLE, is in his 9th year, and he has other children. The late Earl was Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the county of Cork, an Earl, Viscount, and Baron in the Irish peerage, and Baron Carleton, county of York, in that of Great Britain.

We had last week to announce the death of Sir Lionel SMITH, governor of the Mauritius, and it is our painful duty to add, that on the 16th, three days after the death of her husband, Lady SMITH also died. Her delicate state of health, it appears, had, ever since her residence in the island, precluded her from mixing in company.

Marshal MONCEY, the Governor of the Paris Invalides, expired on Wednesday night.

A few days ago there died in service, as a cook, in the Rue de Bondy, a female who was grand niece of CORNEILLE, and niece of FONTENELLE. Her uncle, FONTENELLE, who lived to the age of 99, was rich, but, instead of leaving his fortune to his relatives, he bequeathed it to two females and to servants, who had, in his extreme old age, induced him to make a will in their favour.