Saturday 01 Apr 1843   (p. 3, col. 6-7)



In Fisher Street, on the 27th inst., Mrs. HUNTER, of a daughter. 

At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mrs. H. HOODLESS, of a son. 

In South Audley Street, London, on the 18th inst., the Lady Dinorben, of a daughter. 



At Arthuret, on Sunday last, Mr. Thomas WILSON, joiner, to Mrs. PRINGLE, widow of the late Mr. PRINGLE, of Jarriestown. 

At Penrith, on the 25th inst., Mr. Edward OLIVENT, joiner, Eden Hall, to Miss Ann ATKINSON, of Penrith. 

At Bassenthwaite, on Saturday last, Mr. George COWX, blacksmith, Bassenthwaite Halls, to Susannah, daughter of Mr. Joseph SPRATT, tailor, of the same place. 

At the Independent Chapel, Cockermouth, on Tuesday, the 28th inst., Mr. John FELL, grocer, to Miss TIFFIN, third daughter of Mr. TIFFIN, of Moorland Close. 

At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. George PEAT, to Miss Margaret IRVING. 

At Workington, since our last, Mr. Robert BROWN, of Seaton, to Mrs. Charlotte PERRY, of Workington. 

At Morland Church, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. W. MILNER, George WORKMAN, Esq., of Cliburn, to Miss MOOR, of Morland, Westmorland. 


At Bela House, near Stanwix, on Monday, the 27th inst., at the house of his brother, Mr. John BELL, tea dealer, late of Newcastle-under-Lyne, in the 29th year of his age-much and deservedly respected. 

At Caldew Brow, since our last, Mr. Robert Mc.CORMICK, aged 80 years. 

At Newry, Ireland, on Wednesday week, Mr. James IRVING, of Bowness, master of the brig Jane, of Carlisle, aged 40 years. He was apparently in good health, and had written to a friend in Carlisle that morning in good spirits; but soon afterwards, while working at the windlass, fell down, and almost instantly expired. He was a man very much respected by his employers, and all who knew him. He was formerly commander of the City of Carlisle steamer. 

At Thursby, on Friday week, after a lingering illness, Walter, youngest son sf [sic] Mr. John BATES, shoemaker, aged 20 years. 

At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mrs. Ann ARMSTRONG, aged 48 years. 

At Southwaite, on the 26th inst., of typhus fever, Mr. Thos. DIXON, aged 62-much respected. 

At Armathwaite, on Sunday last, Mr. John KNUBLEY, grocer, aged 83 years. He was the oldest resident of that village, and his loss will be greatly felt. Through life he was much esteemed, and his death is deeply lamented.

At Longtown, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Mary BARNES, widow, aged 90 [?] years. 

At Allonby, on the 19th inst., Catherine, wife of Mr. John DOBSON, aged 65 years. 

At Penrith, on the 24th inst., Ann, widow of the late Mr. John WILKINSON, butcher, aged 52 years. 

At the Green, Applethwaite, near Keswick, on Friday week, Mr. John THWAITE, aged 71 years. 

At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Mr. Nicholas WILLIAMSON, weaver, at the great age of 81 years. 

On the 3rd December, suddenly, on board the barque Holywood, at Monte Video, William Robert, eldest son of G. W. JOHNSTON, M.D., Cockermouth, in his 17th year. 

At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Ann RUSSELL, relict of the late Mr. Matthew RUSSELL, aged 64 years; and Jane, wife of Mr. Nicholas CASSON, aged 33 years. 

At Great Clifton, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Sarah TOMLINSON, a maiden lady, aged 64 years. 

At Newbiggin, on the 22nd inst., Mr. Matthew COWEN, farmer, aged 85 years. 

At Brampton, near Appleby, on the 21st inst., Mr. Joseph HUNTER, aged 66 years. 

At Long Marton, near Appleby, on the 24th inst., Mrs. Bella ATKINSON, widow, aged 76 years-much respected. 

At Whitehaven, on Monday last, in the 78th year of his age, Mr. John WILSON, thread manufacturer, late of Greysouthen; Mrs. Dinah CARRUTHERS, widow, aged 72 years; Mr. John MORGAN, aged 44 years. 

At Gate Helmsley, near York, on Saturday week, the 18th inst., Mr. Robert LYON, late of Whitehaven, in the 41st year of his age. 

At the Three Tons public house, Lancaster, Mr. Lucas BEATTIE, aged 39 years. 

In Upper Grosvenor Street, London, on Friday week, Lady Louisa DE HORSEY, youngest daughter of the late, and sister of the present Earl of Stradbroke. 

At Bridge Castle, Sussex, on Monday, the Earl of Abergavenny, in his 89th year. 

DEATH OF GENERAL SIR CHARLES COLVILLE.-We regret to have to announce the death of this gallant officer, which took place at his residence, Rosslyn-house, Hampstead, on Monday morning. General COLVILLE was uncle of the present lord of that title, and in his 73rd year.