Saturday 26 Nov 1842   (p. 3, col. 6-7)



In English Street, in this city, on the 19th inst., the wife of Mr. W. HIND, ironmonger, of a son.

At Harraby, near this city, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Joseph ATKINSON, of a son.

At Barrow House, near Keswick, on Friday, the 11th inst., the Lady of W. H. PETERS, Esq., of a Son.



At St Cuthbert's Church, on the 19th inst., Mr. William BLAYLOCK, watchmaker, to Miss Mary WAUGH, of Lowther Street.

At the Superintendant Registrar's Office, in this city, on the 20th inst., Mr. John GIBSON, Denton Holme Foot, to Mrs. Sarah KIRK, Church Street.

At Rockliff, on Saturday last, Mr. John SALKELD, of Monkhill, to Miss Mary Ann EDGAR, daughter of Mr. Robert EDGAR, of Rockliff Cross.

At Bowness, on the 15th instant, Mr. William THOMPSON, blacksmith, to Miss Isabella HUTCHINSON; and on the 19th inst., Mr. John WILSON, of Port Carlisle, tailor, to Miss Mary BORRADAILE, of Glasson.

At the Register Office, in Wigton, on the 14th inst., Mr. John MANN, of Sebergham, to Mrs. Jane HEWER, of Caldbeck; and at the same place, on the 21st., Mr. James DAVIDSON, of Aspatria, to Miss Ann GLENWRIGHT, of Bromfield.

At Penrith, on the 19th inst., Mr. John BELL, tailor, to Miss Elizabeth CASSON.

At Cockermouth, by the Rev. E. FAWCETT, A.M., on Tuesday, the 22nd inst., Mr. William SLATER, grocer, to Ann, only daughter of the late Mr. James TREMBLE, both of Cockermouth.

At the Register Office, Cockermouth, on the 22nd inst., Mr. William YOUNGHUSBAND, to Miss Margaret WRIGHT, both of Dearham.

At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Tuesday week, Mr. JOHNSTON, to Miss Betsy SCOTT, both of Flimby.

At Gilcrux, on the 12th inst., Mr. William TOWERS, mason, to Miss ARMSTRONG; Mr. Robert ASHBRIDGE, husbandman, to Miss DRUMMOND.

At Crosscannonby, on the 12th inst., Mr. W. HODGSON, Ireby, to Miss Isabella WOOD, Maryport; on the 14th, Mr. John MONKHOUSE, to Miss Phebe FEARON, both of Maryport.

At Workington, on the 20th inst., Mr. John JOHNSTON, Schoose Farm, to Miss GREENHOW, of Stainburn; Mr. James STEWART, sailmaker, Harrington, to Miss Eleanor CAMPBELL; on the 19th, Mr. Robert CROSBY, painter, Whitehaven, to Miss Mary JACKSON.

At Whitehaven, lately, Mr. John M'DOWAL, miner, to Miss Elizabeth MANDAL; Mr. James JOHNSTON, mariner, to Miss Ann BOWES; and Mr. Joseph BELL, to Miss Sarah LANCASTER.



At his residence in Cavendish Place, Carlisle, on Sunday last, Charles William Dacre ASSEY, Esq., eldest son of the late Capt. Charles DACRE, of the Royal Bengal Native Infantry, aged 27 years.

At Savanna Grande, Trinidad, on the 23rd of September last, James STODART, youngest son of the late Mr. Francis STODART, of this city, aged 27 years.

On the 19th inst., to the great regret of his friends, by whom he was much beloved, Thomas Jefferson, third surviving son of the late Christopher PARKER, Esq., of Petteril Green, in the  25th year of his age.

In this city, on the 22nd inst., Mr. James EDGAR, teacher, aged 32 years.

In St. Alban's Row, on the 17th inst., Mr. Joseph PIERCY, aged 58 years.

At Stanwix, on the 8th inst., Mr. Willam JAMES, aged 77 years.

In Blackfriars Street, since our last, Mrs. Elizabeth BLACK, aged 46 years.

In Duke Street, since our last, Mrs. Mary ROBERTSON, aged 40 years.

In St. Mary's Workhouse, Hugh SANDS, aged 30 years.

At London, on the 18th inst., Isabella, wife of Mr. James COWAN, compositor, formerly of this city.

At the Gill, near Dalston, on Thursday, the 24th inst., Mr. John WATSON, aged 63 years, whose upright conduct and amiable disposition through life had ensured for him the respect and esteem of a large circle of friends and acquaintances, by whom he is most sincerely regretted.

At Black Rigg, in the Parish of Rockliff, on Monday last, Mrs. Ruth HIND, wife of Mr. William HIND, aged 52 years.

At Kirklinton, on the 14th inst., Mr. David SHELLEY, weaver.

At Glasson Bridge, on the 11th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. William LITTLE, aged 58 years.

At Drumburgh Bridge, on the 21st inst., Mr. John HICKSON, aged 67 years.

At Brampton, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Mary ARMSTRONG, of the White Lion inn, aged 89; also on the 18th, Mr. John GILL, aged 64 years.

At Penrith, on the 19th inst., Mr. John Frederick Mc.VETY, aged 31; 20th, Mr. Robert DIXON, wearer, Townhead, aged 51; 21st, Mr. James KELLOT, Church Yard, aged 84; 21st, Miss Margaret NICHOLSON, Netherend, aged 45 years.

At Maryport, on the 9th inst., Miss Ann BELL, aged 28 years; on the 12th, Mrs. PERCIVAL, widow; and on the 13th, Mrs. Sarah LADYMAN, widow, both in advanced years.

At Seal Hill, in the parish of Irthington, on the 9th instant, John, third son of Mr. John Lamb WAUGH, aged 20 years.

At Cockermouth, on the 21st inst., Mrs. HUDSON, relict of Mr. Henry HUDSON, draper, aged 90 years.

At Templesowerby, on Sunday last, Richard SEWELL, Esq., aged 78 years; forty years clerk to Messrs. CARR, GLYNN, and Co., bankers, London, from whom he received a yearly pension.

At Langton Field, near Appleby, lately, Mr. William BRASS, aged 65 years.

At Green, near Keswick, Miss Sarah HODGSON, formerly of Jenkin Hill, near Keswick.

At Workington Hall, on the 20th instant, John Christian CURWEN, eldest son of Henry CURWEN, Esq., of Workington Hall, aged 34 years.

At Workington, lately, Mr. William SEWELL, aged 47 years; and on Sunday last, Ann, wife of Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, aged 60 years.

At Whitehaven, lately, Mrs. FALCON, widow, advanced in years; Margaret, wife of Mr. Hugh M'KENZIE, aged 26 years; Mr. Francis EDGAR, aged 48 years.

On the 18th June last, at sea, in the Bay of Bengal, on board the Champion, of Whitehaven, Miss Jane STEELE, aged 25 years, youngest daughter of the late Capt. Thomas STEELE, of Whitehaven.

At Harrington, on Sunday last, Mr. Robert STEWART, nailer, aged 63 years.

DEATH OF MR. BURNIE, WRITER, KIRKCUDBRIGHT.—We regret to announce the death of this highly talented and respectable gentleman. Mr. BURNIE died in London on the 14th inst., under the roof of his old friend, Mr. M'CULLOCH, the famous writer on political economy. In his professional pursuits, whether as a conveyancer, a practitioner in the civil or criminal courts, or generally as a man of business, he ranked first in the scale of his profession; while his downrightness of character, unswerving principle, and goodness of heart, endeared him most deservedly to all who had the profit and the pleasure of his acquaintance.

At Netherside Hall, near Kilnsay-in-Craven, Yorkshire, on the 17th inst., Alexander NOWEL, Esq., aged 82 years.

At Love Clough, in the Forest of Rossendale, Lancashire, on the 9th instant, after a severe and protracted illness, Mr. Jonathan MIREHOUSE, officer in the Excise, aged 79 years. The deceased was a native of Gill, in Lamplugh, near Whitehaven, and was upwards of 35 years in the Excise.

At Aulthurside, near Broughton, Mr. Richard JACKSON, aged 80 years. The deceased was deaf and dumb from his birth, and has left another brother afflicted in the same manner, 83 years of age, who greatly bewails his loss.

At The Royal Hospital, Chelsea, of which he was Lieutenant Governor, on the 15th inst., in his 79th year, Sir George Townsend WALKER, Baronet, C.C.B. and K.T.S. &c., Colonel of the 50th Regiment.

DEATH OF LADY CALCOTT.—Her ladyship, who was the wife of Sir A. CALCOTT, the Royal academician, died last week, at Kensington. She was the daughter of Rear-Admiral George DUNDAS, and relict of Captain Thomas GRAHAM, R.N., and was married to Sir A. CALCOTT in 1827.