Saturday 09 Jul 1842 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
On the 1st instant, the Lady of H. E. FAWCETT, Esq., of Kensington, of a daughter.
At St. Philip's Church, Liverpool, on the 27th ult., Mr. Wm. POTTER, of Carlisle, to Margaret, third daughter of the late P. ASHCROFT, Esq., Liverpool.
On the 6th instant, at Brighton, by the Rev. W. LOCK, Capt. JOHNSON, of the Coldstream Guards, eldest son of W. Ponsonby JOHNSON, Esq., of Walton House, to Frederica, second daughter of Col. Sir Frederick HANKEY, G.C., M.G.
At the Register Office, in Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. John HOWELL, to Miss Jane TAYLOR, both of Wigton.
At Cockermouth, on Monday, the 3rd instant, Mr. Thomas COULTHARD, to Miss Elizabeth TOWERS.
At Ponsonby, on Sunday last, Mr. M. SHERWEN, schoolmaster, Gosforth, to Miss MANDELL.
At Whitehaven, Mr. Isaac FREARS, mariner, to Miss Mary GRIFFIN.
At Todhillmuir, on Tuesday, the 28th ult., by the Rev. T. MARJORIBANKS, Mr. A. RAE, Gateslacks Durrisdeer, to Margaret, daughter of David FARISH, Esq., of Todhillmuir.
At Cree Bank, Patterson River, New South Wales, on the 20th of December last, Mr. Stephen BARKER, second son of Mr. John BARKER, of Welton, in the parish of SEBERGHAM, in this county, to Miss Mary Ann JONES, adopted daughter of Mr. Thomas JONES, of Kelburn, Patterson River, New South Wales.
At Highfield Chapel, Huddersfield, on the 30th ult., by the Rev. W. GLENDINNING, Mr. Thomas BYERS, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Timothy NELSON, of Great Salkeld, in this county.
At Lancaster, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. Richard YERBURGH, Mr. William SHELDON, coach proprietor, Lancaster, to Esther, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph HARRIS, of Risehow Farm, near Maryport.
On Tuesday morning week, by special license, Viscount Emlyn, eldest son of the Earl and Countess Cawdor, to Miss Sarah Mary CAVENDISH, second daughter of the Honourable Colonel CAVENDISH, and late Maid of Honour to the Queen.
On Sunday last, at the house of his Father, 31, King Street, Botchergate, Mr. Thomas TINNISWOOD, late ship and insurance broker, Newcastle, in the 26th year of his age.
In Bridge Street, Caldewgate, on the 1st inst., Mr. William GIBSON, aged 88 years.
In Fisher Street, on Thursday, the 7th instant, Elizabeth Ann, infant daughter of Mr. James SAWYER, King's Head, aged eight months.
At Warwick Bridge, on the 4th instant, John, son of Mr. William HAMILTON, innkeeper, aged seven months.
At Wetheral, on Sunday last, Mr. William HOODLESS, in the 51st year of his age—much respected.
At Woodside, Cheshire, on the 28th ult., Jane GILL, fourth daughter of Mr. John GILL, of Great Corby, in the 21st year of her age.
At Longtown, on Sunday, the 3rd instant, after a long and severe affliction, Mr. William PRINGLE, late of Jerriestown, aged 48 years.
At Greystoke, on Saturday, the 25th ult., Ruth, wife of Mr. John STEPHENSON, stone mason, aged 29 years—much and deservedly respected.
At Penrith, on the 3rd instant, Ann, daughter of Mr. Joseph WATSON, aged 23 years; at the same place, on the 7th instant, Thomas HEBSON, Esq., Solicitor, aged 30 years.
On the 12th of May last, at Amherstburgh, Upper Canada, North America, Mr. William HODGSON, of the 89th Regiment of Foot, son of Mr. Joseph HODGSON, weaver, Keswick, aged 25 years.
At Keswick, on Friday, the 1st instant, Ann, the wife of Mr. Joseph GRISDALE, black-lead pencil maker, in the 45th year of her age.
At Bassenthwaite Halls, near Keswick, on Wednesday week, Mrs. E. SPROAT, aged 89 years. The deceased was the oldest person in the parish.
At Cockermouth, on the 27th ult., Miss Mary BRISCOE, in the 78th year of her age; also, at the same place, on Tuesday, the 28th ult., Mrs. Rebecca RITSON, in the 96th year of her age.
In the Union Workhouse, Cockermouth, on Tuesday, the 5th inst., Mr. Jonathan THORNTHWAITE, house carpenter, formerly of Workington, aged 85 years.
At Maryport, on Saturday, the 2nd instant, Mr. Joseph HALL, in the 79th year of his age; also, at the same place, and on the same day, Mr. Joseph THOMPSON, in the 77th year of his age.
At Workington, since our last, Captain William BELL, Marshside—deservedly respected.
At Workington, on the 25th ult., Mr. William CORRIE, aged 63 years; at the same place, Miss Isabella MORDY, aged 62 years; also, at the same place, Mr. Joseph PEARSON, in the 72nd year of his age.
At Harrington, on Tuesday week, Mrs. PEARCE, widow, aged 66 years.
At Moresby, on Sunday last, Mr. Robert SCOTT, in the 83rd year of his age.
At Whitehaven, on Thursday, the 30th ult., Mr. John COWLEY, mariner, aged 50 years; at the same place, since our last, Margaret, wife of Mr. James M'DONALD, in the 48th year of her age.
At Dublin, on Monday, the 27th ult., Captain Thomas POTTS, of the brig Eleanor, of Whitehaven, in the 65th year of his age, very deservedly esteemed.
At Hilton, near Appleby, on Saturday, the 2nd instant, Sarah, wife of Mr. Thomas BIRKBECK, grocer, in the 41st year of his age.
At Broom, near Appleby, on Tuesday week, Mr. T. ATKINSON, aged 81 years.
At Walbottle, on the 25th ult., aged 72 years, Mr. Robert HAWTHORN, engineer, universaly [sic] respected. In early life he made himself accurately acquainted with the principles of the steam engine, which he imparted to his sons, George STEPHENSON, Esq., and other, who have applied them successfully.
At Rutland Gate, Hyde Park, aged 68 years, Jane, Countess Dowager of Galloway.
DEATH OF MR. GEORGE EVANS.—Mr. George EVANS, who for several years represented the county of Dublin in Parliament, on Whig principles, died very suddenly on Saturday at his residence, Portrane, near Dublin.
DEATH OF GENERAL SIR PARKER CARROLL.—Lieutenant-General Sir William Parker CARROLL, K.C.H., formerly of the 18th or Royal Irish Regiment, and until the recent brevet in command of the troops in the western (Athlone) district. He expired on Saturday last at his residence, Tulla-house, Nenagh, after a short illness, of inflammation of the chest, the fatal result of a neglected cold.
DEATH OF M. SISMONDI.—We regret to have to announce the death of M. SISMONDI on the 25th ult., at his country house, near Geneva. He was 69 years of age. A letter from Geneva, of the 27th, noticing this event, says:—"Few lives have been passed with greater utility and honour than his. Tha number of his publications is immense, and yet the production of these never, under any circumstances, prevented him from fulfilling all his duties, both public and private, as a good citizen. He sunk under a long and painful illness which was much aggravated by the late afflicting occurrences at Geneva. The family of M. SISMONDI was in its origin Italian.