Saturday 24 Sep 1842   (p. 3, col. 7)



EXTRAORDINARY BIRTH.—The wife of Mr. Henry WHITE, bookseller, 350, Oxford-street, London, was safely delivered on Sunday night of three fine children, two girls and a boy, who, with their mother, are doing well.



At St. Mary's, on the 17th instant, Mr. Alexander WILSON, of Road Head, in the parish of Bewcastle, to Miss Elizabeth ROUTLEDGE, of Newtown; on the 20th instant, Mr. William LANE, Colour Sergeant of the 66th Foot, to Miss Charlotte FAIR.

At Manchester, at the Collegiate Church, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. W. W. JOHNSON, M.A., Mr. Thomas FORD, of Manchester, to Miss Mary Ann GOWENLOCK, of Manchester, formerly of Carlisle.

At the Registrar's Office, Brampton, on the 17th inst., Mr. David BELL, corn factor, to Miss E. DAVIDSON, of Boothby.

At Wigton, on the 22nd inst., Mr. Daniel HARRISON, grocer and spirit merchant, Wigton, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr. John HUTTON, of Wigton.

At Morland, on the 8th inst., Mr. Thomas COOPER, of Longmarton, near Appleby, farmer, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Mr. Nathan WILSON, of Morland, yeoman.

At Appleby, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. Joseph MILNER, A.M., Mr. Thos. HODGSON, butcher, to Miss Elizabeth LAWSON, of Appleby.

At Longmarton, lately, Mr. William GOODBURN, of Bolton, carpenter, to Miss Mary SHAW, of Brampton; on the 15th inst., Mr. Samuel CROSBY, yeoman, of Powis House, to Mrs. ALLISON, of Appleby, druggist; on the 19th inst., Mr. William MOSCROP, of Longmarton, schoolmaster, to Miss Margaret AIREY, of Kirkby Thore.

At Kirkby Stephen, Mr. Thomas RUDD, second son of Mr. RUDD, of Drybeck, farmer, to Miss Thamar DIXON, youngest daughter of Mr. Robert DIXON, of Lowther.

At Barton, on Wednesday week, Mr. William WHARTON, of Eamont Bridge, butcher, to Miss Frances, youngest daughter of Mr. John CARRUTHERS, of Peak Mills, near the former place.

At Crosscannonby, on the 17th instant, Mr. W. NIXON, of Birkby, to Miss Mary WALKER, of Crosby.

At Saint Bees, on Monday last, by the Rev. R. P. BUDDICOM, Mr. Isaac WILLIAMSON, joiner aud cabinet-maker, to Miss Ann LEWTHWAITE, both of Whitehaven.

At Moresby, on the 19th inst., Mr. Isaac DIXON, of Moresby, to Miss Mary BOADLE, of St. Bees.

At Whitehaven, on the 15th instant, Mr. Robert WHITEFORD, road contractor, to Miss Margaret ASHTON, niece to the late Mrs. Hugh FLIN.



In Castle Street, on the 16th inst., Hannah, wife of Mr. ALLISON, hair-dresser, aged 42 years.

In Bridge Lane, on the 20th instant, Mr. Francis SMITH, aged 75 years.

In Annetwell Street, on the 22nd instant, Mrs. Mary ASKEW, aged 76 years.

At Wigton, on the 14th inst., Patrick COOK, aged 53 years.

At Waverton, in the parish of Wigton, on the 15th inst., Mr. David JACKSON, tailor, aged 41 years.

At Newton, Holme Cultram, on the 8th instant, Mr. Joseph OSTLE, one of the Society of Friends, aged 76 years.

At Greystoke, on Saturday last, Mr. Crawford MILLER, aged 36 years. The deceased was a stonemason, and has been in the employ of Mr. ROBINSON, the extensive builder, for the last ten years, and at the time of his death was foreman at the works now carrying on at Greystoke Castle, the seat of Henry HOWARD, Esq. He was greatly esteemed for his talents and sincerity by his employer, and respected by all the workmen over whom he had the control. Being a member of the Greystoke Lodge of Oddfellows, he was buried with the usual ceremonies in the ground attached to the Scotch Chapel at Penruddock.

At Caroline Cottage, Beacon Hill, near Penrith, on the 18th inst., Mrs. A. STORROW, aged 92 years.

In Upper Pitt Street, Liverpool, on the 10th instant, aged 17 years, Richard James, second son of James GREENWOOD, Esq., of Grassmere.

At Eaglesfield, Mr. Robert BOYD, labourer, aged 56 years.

At Brampton Grange, on the 11th inst., Mr. Jonathan MARTIN, farmer, advanced in years.

At Askham, on the 10th inst., aged 78, Mr. William DONALD, late of Whitby-Steads, farmer.

At Little Broughton, on the 11th instant, Mr. John ALCOCK, waller, aged 29 years.

At Oulton, in the parish of Wigton, on the 7th instant, Mr. William CLARK, aged 83 years.

On Sunday, the 11th inst., in his 91st year, universally esteemed and regretted, the Rev. William KIRKBANK. Mr. KIRKBANK was a native of this county: he commenced his ministerial labours at Spennithorne, in the county of York, in the year 1776, and for upwards of fifty years was incumbent of Bellerby, in the said parish of Spennithorne, where he died.

At Great Braithwaite, on Thursday week, Mrs. Mary CROSTHWAITE, relict of Mr. John CROSTHWAITE, cartwright, aged 78.

At Cockermouth, on the 18th instant, Mrs. Mary STEEL, formerly of the Spread Eagle inn, aged 87 years; and on the 20th inst., Sarah, the wife of Mr. William BLAIR, weaver, aged 63 years.

At Workington, on the 14th instant, Mr. James KIRKHAUGH, aged 35 years.

At Havanna, on the 22d July, on board of the brig Alciope, Capt. BENNETT, of Whitehaven, after a short but severe illness, Mr. James MARTIN, carpenter of the above vessel, in the 21st year of his age, and youngest son of Mrs. MARTIN, tea dealer, of Whitehaven.

At Harrington, on the 12th inst., Sarah, wife of Mr. Thomas JOHNSTON, late of Workington, aged 78 years.

At the Cross, near Whitehaven, on the 20th inst., Hannah, relict of the late William THOMPSON, Esq., aged 71 years.

At Low Wreah, near Whitehaven, on the 16th inst., where he was staying for the benefit of his health, Mr. Archibald SWAN, engineer on board the Earl of Lonsdale, steam packet, aged 51 years.

At Whitehaven, lately, Mrs. Isabella HOLMES, widow, aged 61 years; Mary BROWN, spinster, aged 59 years; Mrs. Esther BROWN, widow, aged 74 years.

At Alston, on the 18th inst., Mr. Whitfield DAWSON, clogger, aged 63 years; and on the 19th instant, Mr. John STEPHENSON, butcher, aged 58 years.