In Gibbon's Court, Scotch-street, on Monday, the 29th ultimo, Mr. John ROBINSON, in his 85th year, for upwards of fifty tears woolen manufacturer, grocer, and seedsman, in Cockermouth, much and deservedly respected.

 

     In the Willow Holme, since our last, Mrs. Jane BALMARE, aged 78 years.

 

     At Parrs Wood, Didsbury, on the 26th ultimo, in the 85 th year of her age, Lucy, relict of the late James HEALD, Esq., of Briunington and Disley, in the county of Chester, and mother of Mrs. PARKER, of Warwick Hall, in this county.  She was the survivor of the early race of Methodists, in Manchester and its neighbourhood, with many of whom she was personally connected, either by relationship of friendly acquaintance, and maintained an unblemished profession of the Christian faith for nearly seventy years.

 

     At Sandenhouse, Abbey Holme, on the 24th ultimo, Mary, the wife of Mr. Joseph BACKHOUSE , much lamented.

 

     AT Wiza Bottom, Westward, on the 16th ultimo, Mr. George NIXON, aged 51 years, much regretted.

 

     At Wigton, on the24th ultimo, Mary, wife of Mr. James SUTHERLAND, aged 24 years; on the 27 th, Mrs. Dinah LAWSON, aged 54 years; same day, Anne, youngest daughter of Mr. John BUSHBY; and on the 25th, at the Union Workhouse, Mr. Edward DILLON, aged 83 years.

 

     At Stongarthside, Chapelry of Nichol Forest, on Sunday, the 28 th ultimo, Mrs. Mary RENWICK, aged 86 years.

 

      At the Longtown Union Workhouse on the 26th ultimo, Alice LITTLE, late of Bewcastle, aged 26 years.

 

     At Brampton, on the 27th ultimo, Thomas SINCLAIR, infant son of Mr. MOSES, draper, aged 8 months.

 

     At Penrith, on the 27th ultimo, Ann, wife of the Rev. Josiah HUDSON, Wesleyan minister, aged 41; on the 29 th, Mrs. Elizabeth HETHERINGTON, widow, aged 81; same day, Mr. William TELFORD, blacksmith, aged 39; and on the 30th, Mr. John M'GAR, weaver, aged 50 years.

 

      At Maryport, on the 24th ultimo, Mrs. Ann SCOTT, aged 56.

 

     At Landends, near Haydon Bridge, on the 12th ultimo, after a sort but severe illness.   Matthew LEE, Esq., in his 60th year, much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends.

 

        At Broughton-in-Furness, on the 27th ultimo, Mr. Robert COOK, carrier between Ulverston, Broughton, Ulpha, and Seathwaite, after a long indisposition, aged 64 years .

 

     On Sunday, the 21 st ultimo, at the Oakes, Millom, In Westmorland, Miss HODGSON, aged 86.

 

     On Friday week, at his residence, Burton, Westmorland, W.W. ATKINSON, Esq., one of her Majesty's justices of the peace for the counties of Lancaster and Westmorland, in his 63d year.

 

     On the 21 st ultimo, at Fordington, Dorsetshire, at the house of her uncle, the Rev. Dacre CLEMETSON, Esther, daughter of the late Mr. William GILL, of Parton, near Whitehaven .

 

     At Broadway House, Hammersmith, near London, on Saturday, the 13 th ultimo, Christian, the wife of W.H. GATLIFF, Esq., and sister to Mr. HAMILTON, wine merchant, of Whitehaven, in the 43rd year of her age.

 

At Whitehaven, on the 1st instant, after a short illness, Mr. Jonathan LONGMIRE, jun., grocer, Market-place, aged 31.  His death is severely felt and deeply lamented by his extensive family connexions and friends.   From his generous feelings and kind disposition he had acquired the best feeling of respect and sincere friendship of all who knew him.

 

     At Whitehaven, in Hamilton-lane on Wednesday week, Mr. William GREENLAW, aged 74; on Friday, in College-lane, Mr. William SKINNER, jun., shipwright, aged 21; on Saturday, in Swingpump-lane, Mary, widow of Mr. Joseph MURRAY, tailor, aged 66; on the 31st ultimo, Mr. John PATRICKSON, Scotch-street; same day, Mr. John DARLING, Workhouse, aged 78; same day, Mr. John COWPER, New Town; and on the 1st instant, very suddenly Mr. John BOWMAN , farmer, Round Close.

 

     At Workington, on Monday week, Jane, wife of Mr. George BIRKETT, aged 66 years; and on the 24th ultimo, Mrs. Sarah PIGGS, aged 49 years.

 

     At his residence, Armboth House, St. John's near Keswick, Wilson JACKSON, Esq., after a very short illness, in the 89 year of his age.

 

     At Colby, near Appleby, on the 27 th ultimo, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. WARWICK, joiner, aged 29 years, much lamented.

 

     At Bath, last week, General LOVEDAY, at an advanced age.   He married Miss D'ESTERRE, sister to Mr. Northcott D'ESTERRE, who was killed by Mr. O'CONNELL, in a duel, near Dublin, in the year 1815.

 

     DEATH OF LORD DOUGLAS—We deeply regret to announce the demise of the venerable and respected Lord DOUGLAS, which event took place at Bothwell Castle, at half-past one o'clock on the morning of Saturday last, the 27 th January.  The deceased Lord, Archibald DOUGLAS, Baron DOUGLAS, of Douglas Castle, in the county of Lanark, and Hereditary Constable of Dundee, was born on 25th March, 1773 and succeeded as second Baron at the demise of his father, on the 26 th December, 1827.  The deceased peer had therefore nearly completed his 71st year.   He never married, and is succeeded in his title and estates by his eldest brother the Hon. Charles DOUGLAS, who twice represented the county of Lanark in parliament, and was born on the 26 th October, 1775, but has for a long time been in a feeble state of health.