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TODD. - In the Willow Holme, last week, Oct. 1843, Mr. Thomas TODD, aged 71.
 
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POLLOCK. - At the English Damside, on the 22nd Oct. 1843, James, son of Mr. Stewart POLLOCK, aged 17.
 
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ADDISON. - At Parton on the 20th Oct. 1843, Mr. Thomas ADDISON, aged 52.
 
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BELL. - On board the ship Boston, at Rio de Janeiro, on the 23rd of June, 1843, Mr. William BELL aged 32. Deceased was a native of Carlisle.
 
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PALMER. - At Longtown, On the 21st October, 1843, Mrs. Jane PALMER, widow of George PALMER, of Cannonby, Dumfries-shire, farmer, aged 84.
 
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BROWN. - At Westlinton, on the 23rd Oct. 1843, Mrs. Mary BROWN, widow of Mr. Thomas BROWN, yeoman, aged 78.
 
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JOHNSTON. - At Mr. WEIGHTMAN’s Shank Castle, on the 22nd Oct. 1843, Mary JOHNSTON, gaed 21.
 
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CLARKE. - At Wigton on the 18th Oct. 1843, whilst on a visit to her friends, Dorothy, daughter of Mr. Robert CLARKE, of Manchester, late of Sebergham, aged 9 years.
 
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JACKSON. - At Standingstone, on the 18th Oct. 1843, Jane the widow of the late James JACKSON, aged 82 years.
 
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BOLTON. - At Wigton on the 19th Oct. 1843. Mr. Robert BOLTON of the Society of Friends, aged 68 years.
 
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PAPE. - On the 22nd Oct. 1843 Mary, wife of Mr. John PAPE, aged 69 years.
 
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EMMERSON. - At Caldbeck on the 22nd Oct. 1843, Richard EMMERSON, innkeeper, aged 61 years. During the last forty-one years of his life he has been in the constant employ of parties carrying on the Caldbeck Brewery, by whom he was highly esteemed as an industrious servant. The poor man has many incentives to draw him from the path of right, from which other classes are exempt; but when we see him struggling with difficulties which an improvident necessity has drawn around him, and still persevering  his integrity unblemished, he justly becomes an object of well placed esteem and example.
 

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 STOUT. - At Garrigill Gate, on the 20th Oct. 1843, Mr. John STOUT, yeoman, aged 80 years.
 
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 RAIN. - At Wanwood Hill, on the 20th Oct. 1843, Mr. Edward RAIN, farmer, 48 years.
 
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 HARTNESS. - On the 24th Oct. 1843, Mary, the fourth daughter of John HARTNESS, Esq., Main Street, Cockermouth, aged 2 ½ years.
 
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 TODD. - At his residence, in Schoolhouse Lane, Whitehaven, on the 10th Oct. 1843, in his 39th year, Mr. William TODD, editor of the Whitehaven Herald.
 
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 MANDELL. - At the residence of his nephew, at Leamington, on the 18th Oct. 1843, the Rev. William MANDELL, B. D., Senior Fellow and late Tutor of Queen’s College, Cambridge, and a native of Bolton, in this county.
 
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 WILMOT. - At Whitehaven, In Marlborough Street, Oct. 1843, Mr. Lewis WILMOT, brass founder, in the 70th year of his age.
 
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 ROBINSON. - At Holly Bush, Irton, Oct. 1843, Mr. John ROBINSON, stone mason at the great age of 91 years.
 
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 NANSON. - At Cockermouth on the 17th Oct. 1843, Mrs. Jane NANSON, aged 65 years.
 
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 WILSON. - At Dearham lately, (Oct. 1843) Mr. John WILSON, yeoman, aged 74.
 
 Mr. WILSON was for many years the faithful servant of the Earl of Lonsdale, and his affability, kindness, and valuable services to his townsmen endeared him to all.
 
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 KIRKBRIDE. - Oct. 1843, after a lingering illness, Mr. William KIRKBRIDE, tinman and brazier, aged 60 years.