Saturday 28 May 1842 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At Dalston, on Sunday, the 22nd inst., Mrs. G. COWEN, of a daughter.
At St. Cuthbert's, on the 22nd inst., Mr. Thomas CALDWELL, to Miss Ann WALLACE, both of this city.
At Crosby-on Eden, on the 24th instant, by tbe Rev. Mr. THOMLINSON, Mr. Robert ARMSTRONG, Carlisle, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. John NICHOLSON, of Holmend.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Sunday last, Mr. John TYSON, of Anns Hill, near Cockermouth, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph CLARK, sawyer, Keswick.
At Cockermouth, on the 14th instant, Mr. William TINNION, weaver, to Miss Hannah KIRKBRIDE; and on the 16th instant, Mr. Robert STRETCH, husbandman, to Miss Deborah PEAT.
At Camerton, on the 14th inst., Mr. Joseph ISMAY, husbandman, to Miss Elizabeth IRWIN, both of Seaton; on the 16th, Mr. Wm. CLARK, of Seaton, to Miss Sarah BEST, of Workington; and on the 21st, Mr. John CASSON, of Seaton, blacksmith, to Miss Ann SCRUGHAM, of Cleator.
At Saint Bees, on Monday last, Mr. J. LEWTHWAITE, mariner, to Miss Maria HEWITT, both of Ginns.
At Moresby, on Sunday last, Mr. BURNEY, to Miss BOWMAN, both of Parton.
At Moresby, on the 23rd inst., Mr. Anthony BENN, to Mary Ann, only daughter of the late Milham HARTLEY, Esq., of Rose Hill.
At Whitehaven, on the 23rd inst., Mr. J. WALKER, plumber, to Miss Mary MONTEITH; on the same day, Mr. Robert BROWN, shoemaker, to Miss Mary Ann M'CADE, dress maker; and on Saturday last, Mr. John CHRISTIAN, painter, to Miss Catherine HUDLESTON.
At Aston, near Birmingham, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. Horace CHUVASSA, Mr. Silvanus DANIELS, officer of excise, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Joseph COTTRELL, Esq., of Broadfields, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire.
In the Crescent, on Tuesday last, Eliza Katherine, the beloved wife of Railton ATKINSON, M.D., aged 36 years.
In John Street, Caldewgate, on the 25th inst., after a lingering illness, deeply lamented by a numerous circle of friends, Mr. John WATTS, aged 38 years. His occupation in the seafaring business for 24 years was such as gained great credit to himself and procured the love and esteem of his employers.
In Langcake's Lane, Scotch Street, where he had resided nearly forty years, on the 22nd instant, Mr. John ASBRIDGE, joiner, aged 66 years, much and deservedly respected by all his friends and acquaintances as an honest straightforward and worthy man.
In Castle Street, on the 22nd instant, Sarah LITTLE, aged 36 years.
In Church Street, on the 23rd instant, Margaret ELLIOTT, aged 64 years.
In Annetwell Street, on the 23rd inst., Mary HENERY, aged 35 years.
In Shaddongate, on the 25th instant, Margaret ARMSTRONG, aged 66 years.
In John Street, on the 26th inst., Jane GREENFIELD, aged 81 years.
In John Street, Botchergate, on the 26th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth WILSON, widow, aged 74 years.
In King Street, on Friday week, the 20th inst., Jane, daughter of Mr. John BEATTIE, joiner, aged 11 years.
In English Damside, on the 23rd inst., Mr. Robert TOPPIN, aged 50 years.
In Brown's Row, on the 25th instant, Miss Elizabeth CARR, aged 16 years.
At Scotby, on the 26th instant, Mr. Thomas NOBLE, aged 66 years.
At Great Corby, on the 24th inst., Mrs. Margaret HOWE, wife of Mr. George HOWE, aged 63 years.
At Cote House, near Wetheral, on Thursday, the 19th inst., Mr. Edward BREWIS, in the 63rd year of his age. While living his amiable and benevolent disposition endeared him to all who knew him, and his death is much and deservedly lamented.
At Troddermain, on the 17th inst., Margaret, widow of the late Thomas MILBURN, aged 84 years, much and deservedly respected by all who knew her.
At Cowgap, near Alston, on the 22nd instant, Mrs. Sarah SMITH, aged 64 years.
At Nenthead, near Alston, on the 22nd instant, Mr. John THOMPSON, miner, aged 81 years.
At Wigton, on the 14th instant, Mr. William AIKET, of Parkgate, to Miss Jane BEWLEY, of Waverton.
At Wigton, on Friday week, Robert, son of Mr. Robert ANDERSON, aged 18 years.
At Syke, near Wigton, on Sunday last, Mr. John Jefferson ROBINSON, aged 55 years.
At the Union Workhouse, Wigton, on Tuesday last, David RICHARDSON, aged 29 years.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, William, son of Mr. Robert MILLICAN, aged 22 years.
At Southerfield, Holme Cultram, on Saturday last, Mr. John MARK, formerly of Kilngate, Sebergham, aged 91 years.
At Cockermouth, on Tuesday, the 24th instant, Mr. Joseph GRAHAM, maltster, aged 72 years; also, same day, Miss Mary BEATTIE, dress-maker, aged 20 years.
At Whitbarrow, near Greystoke, on the 16th instant, of inflammation, Mr. Joseph COCKBURN, yeoman, aged 57 years, much and deservedly respected.
At Maryport, on the 17th instant, after a short illness, Mr. Henry BLACK, formerly captain of a vessel belonging to that port, aged 65 years, much respected.
At Wanen, in the parish of Gosforth, on Saturday last, Mr. Clement MOSSOP, husbandman, advanced ln years; same day, at Church Stile, in Gosforth, Sarah, daughter of Mr. Henry DIXON, innkeeper, aged 7 years.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph DUNGLINSON, husbandman, aged 65 years.
At Stainburn, near Workington, on the 17th instant, Mr. John PETREE, aged 81 years.
At Workington, on the 22nd instant, Mr. Thos. ARMSTRONG, ostler at the Green Dragon inn, aged 36 years.
At Egremont, on Friday last, Mr. John EILBECK, shoemaker, aged 26 years.
At Whitehaven, on Saturday morning last, Mr. Edward WILSON, medical student, aged 21 years.
At Hull, on Thursday evening week, after a protracted illness, the Rev. George LEE, in the 73rd year of his age.
DEATH OF SIR ROBERT KER PORTER.—It has been our melancholy duty to register the death of this amiable man and celebrated traveller. On Tuesday week the Doctor received a letter from his brother and sister, dated St. Petersburgh, 3rd of May, 1842, in which they signified their intention to embark in the Jupiter steamer, for England. On the following day, Wednesday, another letter arrived from St. Petersburgh, dated the 4th of May, written by the chaplain to the British embassy, from which we give an extract:—"Yesterday Sir Robert went to court to pay his respects to the Emperor, and afterwards he made two or three visits to private friends; on arriving at his house, about three o'clock in the afternoon, the servant, on opening the door of the carriage, perceived that his master was holding himself in, and that he moved to the door with much difficulty, but before he could descend the steps fell down from the effect of an apoplectic stroke, and was carried up stairs; he took a little water, soon after which consciousness ceased, and he expired at eight o'clock this morning."
The Count de Las Cases, who accompanied Napoleon to St. Helena, died at Passy on Monday week.