On the 3d inst., at the Friends' Meeting-house, Wandsworth, George H. HEAD, Esq., of Rickerby-house, near this city, to Maria WOODROUFFE SMITH, heiress of the late Thomas WOODROUFFE SMITH, Esq., of Stockwell Park, Surrey, and Sprowston Hall, Norfolk.
At St. Cuthbert's, in this city, Mr. James REAT, to Mrs Mary FLINT.
At Wigton on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph THOMPSON, to Miss Maria SANDERSON.
On the 10th inst. at Dornock, by the Rev. Nicholas SLOAN, Bryce JOHNSTON, Esq., writer, Kirkcudbright, to Miss LOWTHER, second daughter of George LOWTHER, Esq., of Dornock.
At Damside, in this city, on the 29th ult., Miss Alice GIBSON, aged 85. Perhaps no individual ever evinced a more benevolent disposition through life, so that her loss will be deeply regretted by the poor in her neighbourhood, who have long participated in her bounty to the full extent of the limited means she possessed.
In Broad Guards, on the 6th inst., Mr. James SANDERSON, aged 68 years.
In Castle Street, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Mary BURNETT, aged 65.
In Backhouse's Walk, on the 2nd inst. Miss Elizabeth WRIGHT, aged 34 years.
At Damside, on the 4th inst., Miss Sarah MAWSON, aged 20 years.
At Scotby, on the 10th inst., Sophia, relict of Isaac PARKER, Esq., of Moorhouse Hill, aged 64 years.
At Skelton Wood End, on Thursday morning last, Fletcher WELLS, Esq., aged 61. Mr. WELLS had been a surgeon in the army for upwards of 25 years, and had served in almost every quarter of the world, and was a man of great skill in his profession. At the last election, it will be remembered, Mr. WELLS seconded the nomination of Mr. BLAMIRE for the Eastern Division of this County; and we may here observe that by his death, the independent party have lost a warm and unflinching friend. Mr. WELLS's death was awfully sudden. He retired to bed on Wednesday evening, at his usual hour, and apparently in his usual health; but in a few minutes was taken ill, became speechless immediately, and died about 2 o'clock on Thursday morning.
At Wheyrigg, near Wigton, on Sunday last, Mrs. Sarah DAVIDSON, at the advanced aged [sic] of 96 years.
At Ellenbank, Bolton, on Monday last, Charles LOWES, Esq., aged 60 years.
At Penrith, on the 4th inst., Agnes, wife of Mr. James ALLAN, joiner, aged 23.
At the Friends' Asylum, instituted near York for the care of the deranged, Mr. Merrick THOMPSON, late of Penrith, auctioneer, aged 55.
On the 28th Sept., at Woodhouselee, Scotland, the lady of Thomas Abercromby DUFF, Esq., of a son.
On the 21st ult., by the Rev. Mr. HOPE, at Stapleton church, Mr. Thos. FORSTER, of Short, to Miss Ann ROUTLEDGE, daughter of Mr. Christopher ROUTLEDGE, of Crook Bitha, in the parish of Stapleton, in this county.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Wednesday week, Mr. Richard BELSHAW, to Miss Elizabeth LOCK; on Thursday, Mr. Joseph RATCLIFFE, (late of Huddersfield,) fancy weaver, to Ann, daughter of Mr. Mark SMITH, of Keswick,
At Ulverston, on the 5th inst., Mr. Wm. MASON, draper, to Miss Ann KITCHEN, of that place.
On the 24th ult., at St. John's Hensingham, near Whitehaven, James SPITTALL, jun., Esq., Edinburgh, to Hannah, second daughter of the late Wm. THOMPSON, Esq., of Cross.
At the Friends' Meeting-house, in Whitehaven, on the 2d inst., Isaac DICKINSON, of Cockermouth, to Lucy DREWRY of Whitehaven.
At Whitehaven, on Monday last, Mr. Wm. ROBINSON, of Harrington, to Mrs. Ann GRAY, of that place; Mr. Joseph PENRICE, of Distington, to Miss Elizabeth BRAGG; on Tuesday week, Mr. Joseph NICHOLSON, mason, to Mrs. Mary BROWN.
At Liverpool, Mr. Robert CAIN, of Kirk Marown, Isle of Man, Captain of the David Cannon, to Miss Ann LOWE, second daughter of the Mr. Rowland LOWE, of Liverpool.
In Newcastle, lately, Mr. W. C. LEE, of the Isabella Sarah, of that port, to Miss Jane HENZELL, late of Hackney, London, and daughter of the late Mr. Peregrine HENZELL, of Newcastle.
MISS SMITHSTON'S MARRIAGE.—Last Thursday was married at the British Embassy, Miss SMITHSON, of the English Theatre at Paris, to M. BERLIOZ, whose high reputation as a musical composer has been established by many superior works, particularly his overtrue [sic] of the Francs Juges.
At Howrigg, on Saturday week, in child bed, Mrs. Jane NIXON, aged 32; much respected.
On the 2d inst., Mr. George PALMER, a respectable yeoman, at Sikeside, in the parish of Kirklinton, at the advanced age of 95.
At Briery Hill, near Keswick, on Monday last, Miss Mary WHITEFIELD, aged 37.
At Cartmel, on the 27th ult., William, eldest son of Mr. Wm. FIELD, grocer, aged 34.
At the High Craig, near Alston, Mr. Matthew HILL, farmer and mine proprietor, aged 66.
At Maryport on the 5th inst., Mrs. Sarah RATCLIFFE, aged 60; John eldest son of Mr. Samuel SHAW, aged 20 years; Martha, the daughter of Mr. Geo DIXON, aged 29 years.
At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Elizabeth HUNTER, widow, aged 83.
At London, on the 21st ult, at his house in Conduit Street, in his 64th year, Jos. HASLEWOOD, Esq., solicitor. Mr. H. was distinguished for his love of ancient literature, and possessed a curious and extensive library; he edited the poems of CHATTERTON, and many old works, such as the "Batayle of Flodden Field," "Northern Garlands," "Puttenham's art of English Poesie," &c. Mr. H. was a member of the Roxburgh Club, and much esteemed amongst his brethren.
On Friday week, at his house at Pimlico, London, Richard HEBER, Esq., one of the greatest bibliophilists of any age or country. So extensive is the library that he has collected, should he have ordered it to be sold by acution [sic], on the most moderate calculation, it is estimated that the sale would occupy three hundred and sixty-five days.
At Mahacia, Demerara, on the 31st of July last, the Rev. Edward GRIEVES, Welseyan [sic] missionary; deeply lamented.
At Barbadoes, on the 30th of July, Joseph B. COULTHARD, son of the late Mr. Wm. COULTHARD, of Douglas, Isle of Man.