DEATHS

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LAW- At Etterby Nursery, on the 15th July, 1844, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas LAW, aged 16 months.

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PATTERSON - In Botchergate, July 1844, Mr. James PATTERSON, aged 92 years.

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M'DINE - In Botchergate, July, 1844, Mrs. Mary M'DINE, aged 31 years.

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CAMERON - In Princess Street, on the 18th July, 1844, William, son of Mr. and Mrs. John CAMERON, aged 6 months.

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M'CARTNEY - At Belle Vue, On the 21st July, 1844, Mr. Alexander M'CARTNEY, aged 20 years.

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WAUGH - At Atchinson's Bank, Parish of Gretna, on the 23rd July, 1844, aged 18 years, George, only son of George WAUGH of this city.

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HALL - In new South Wales, on the 6th March, 1844, Mr. William HALL of Upperby, who went out to New Zealand as a Chuch Missionary, in the year 1810.

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SLOAN - At Dornock, on the 1st July, 1844, the Rev. Nicholas SLOAN, in the 81st year of his age, and the 49th year of his ministry in that parish.

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MURRAY - At Tarnrigg Moor, in the parish of Wigton, on the 22nd July 1844, Mary, the daughter of Mr. Robert MURRAY, aged 11 years.

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BARNES - At Dryholme, in the parish of Holme Cultram, Mary, relict of the late Mr. John BARNES, aged 78 years.

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PARK - At Hethersgill, on the 17th July 1844, aged 85 years, Mary PARK, widow of Mr. John PARK, whose death we noticed in our obituary on the 6th instant.

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MOOR - At Brampton, on the 18th July 1844, Mrs. Ann MOOR, aged 72.

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ANDERSON - At Langholm, on the 11th July, 1844, Miss. Mary ANDERSON, aged 29 years.

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HOPE - On the 12th July, 1844, Mr. Walter HOPE, aged 77 years.

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BELL - on the 21st July 1844, Mr. Andrew BELL, butcher, aged 40 years.

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STANLEY - At Bellvue, near Whitehaven, July 1844, very suddenly, Isabella, wife of Dr. STANLEY.

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DEATHS

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HALES - At Whitehaven July 1844, Jonathan HALES, publican, in the 37th year of his age.

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TAYLOR - Mary, the wife of John TAYLOR, aged 63 years.

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BEWLEY - Mary, wife of Mr. William BEWLEY at William Pit, near Whitehaven, July 1844, aged 30 years.

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DEWSBURY - Mary, the wife of William DEWSBURY, July 1844, in her 57th year.

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SMALLWOOD - At Distington, July 1844, Mary, daughter of Mr. SMALLWOOD, aged 33 years.

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PENNY - At Harrington, Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. Alan PENNY, July 1844, aged 26 years.

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BELL - At Workington, July 1844, Mary, the wife of Mr. William BELL aged 72 years.

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ROGER - At the house of Mr. John SHEPHERD, of Gosforth Hall, on Monday last (July 1844), after a short illness, Mr. John ROGER, son of the late Mr. John ROGER, of Kirkland, in the parish of Irton, aged 27 years.

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BRIGGS - At Broughton in Furness, on Friday last (July 1844), after a protracted illness of six years, Mr. William BRIGGS, senior, late grocer, spirit merchant, and tallow chandler at that place, aged 68 years.

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HAYNES - At Blennerhassett, on the 12th July, 1844,, Ann HAYNES, fourth daughter of the late Mr. Thomas GIBSON.

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TOPHAM - At Forrest Hall, near Kendal, July 1844, Jane TOPHAM, relict of the late Mr. Robert TOPHAM, of Hutton, aged 74 years.

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ATKINSON - At Lorbottle House, Northumberland, on the 15th July, 1844, in his 90th year, Adam ATKINSON, Esq.

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MITCHELL - In Eldon-street, Newcastle, on the 17th July, 1844, aged 31, Ann, wife of Henry A. MITCHELL, Esq.

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We have to record the demise of Anne Amelia, Dowager Countess of Leicester, wife of the Right Hon. Edward ELLICE, M. P. for Coventry. The melancholy event took place on Monday morning at Longford Hall, her Ladyship's seat in Derbyshire, where the deceased countess had repaired for her accouchement. Her death resulted from her confinement, having on the 10th July, 1844, given birth to a son, who survived only a few hours.

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