Saturday 27 May 1843   (p. 3, col. 6-7)



At Macao, on the 9th of February last, the lady of John HOLLIDAY, Esq., of a son.

At Elswick Terrace, Newcastle, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. George THOMPSON, labourer, of two sons and a daughter, who together with their mother are doing well.



At St. Cuthbert's Church, on Monday last, Mr. Thomas HETHERINGTON, tailor, Barwise's Court, to Miss Margaret BRAITHWAITE, Burton, Westmoreland.

At Penrith, on the 20th inst., Mr. David BISHOP, carver and gilder, to Miss Elizabeth HOGARTH; on the 21st, Mr. Robert STALKER, stone mason, to Miss Jane ELLWOOD; on the 23rd, Mr. Charles CUBEY, Atherton, weaver, to Miss Elizabeth GRAHAM.

At Newcastle, on the 22nd inst., Mr. CAMERON, tailor, of Wigton, to Miss Ann HENZEIL, dressmaker of the former place. [William CAMERON and Ann HENZELL, according to FreeBMD]

At Gretna Green, on Tuesday week, Mr. Thomas DONALDSON, of Patterdale, to Miss WILSON, of Putman, near Greystoke.

At Bowness, on Saturday last, Mr. Benjamin BARRETT, tea-dealer, Wigton, to Miss Ann LOGAN, of Bowness.

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Monday last, Mr. John JACKSON, shoemaker, to Miss Elizabeth SIMPSON, both of Borrowdale.

At Embleton Church, on the 13th inst., Mr. Joseph ROOKE, of High Abbey, Embleton, to Sarah, only daughter of Mr. Wm. ROBINSON, of the Low Abbey.

At Isel, near Cockermouth, on Saturday week, Mr. Thomas COULTHARD, to Miss SANDWICH [SANDWITH according to FreeBMD], both Sunderland, in that parish.

At Liverpool, lately, Mr. John LEWTHWAITE, millwright, second son of Mr. LEWTHWAITE, of the Globe inn, Egremont, to Bridget, daughter of Mr. John JACKSON, parish clerk, Irton.

At St. John's Church, Workington, on the 22nd instant, Mr. Robert COWLEY, to Miss Jane COWEN, both of Workington.

At Liverpool, on the 5th instant, Captain John METCALF, late of the barque Thomas, of Whitehaven, to Miss Margaret MARTIN, of Senhouse Street, Whitehaven.

At St. Mary's, Lambeth, on the 17th inst., Frederick William GRAINGER, youngest son of John GRAINGER, Esq., High Ireby, Cumberland, to Mary, second daughter of the late R. CASTENDIECK, Esq., Hammet Street, London.



In this City on the 22nd inst., after a short illness, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Wm. JACKSON, of Devonshire Street, aged 37 years.

In English Street, on Tuesday, the 23rd inst., Mr. Joseph BRADLEY, grocer, late of King Street, aged 23 years.

In Botchergate, on Friday week, the 19th instant, Francis, son of Mr. Joseph HUTCHINSON, aged 12 years.

At Dalston, near this city, on the 23rd inst., after a long and painful illness, Mr. Joseph MARRS, aged 74. He was much respected through life, and died regretted by a numerous circle of friends and relatives.

At Brampton, on the 15th instant, Joseph, son of Mr. John HOLMES, aged 7 years; on the 18th, Mary, widow of the late Mr. Robert ROUTLEDGE, grocer, aged 77 years.

At Lazonby, on the 21st instant, James, youngest son of the late Mr. Wm. HETHERINGTON, Surveying General Examiner, London, aged 7 months.

At Holly Bush, Oughterby, on the 22nd inst., after a lingering illness, which she bore with christian fortitude and resignation, Hannah, the wife of Mr. John HODGSON, aged 28 years—much and deservedly respected.

At Wigton, on Wednesday last, Mr. Jonathan FRIZZLE, aged 62 years.

At Allonby, on the 24th instant, Mrs. COLLINS, of Warwick Green, near this city, widow of the late George COLLINS, Esq., of Glasgow.

At Penrith, on the 20th inst., in the 51st year of his age, Mr. Henry MOSES, Relieving Officer, after a severe illness. Deceased had by his active habits and sterling integrity during his term of office obtained the respect and confidence of most parties connected with the Poor Law administration of the Penrith Union.

At Penrith, on the 19th inst., Margaret, widow of the late Mr. William YOUNG, farmer, aged 78 years; on the 21st, James MATTISON, poor-house, aged 15.

At Clifton, near Penrith, on the 25th instant, Mr. Joseph LOWES, waller, aged 61 years.

At Alston, on the 23rd instant, Mr. Jonathan WALTON, aged 84 years.

At Silly Hall, near Alston, on the 23rd instant, Mrs. Ann SPARK, aged 89 years.

At Close, in Embleton, on the 11th instant, after a short illness, Mrs. Martha BELL, aged 82 years.

At Bootle Union Workhouse, on the 18th instant, aged 73 years, Betty CLEMENTS, late of the parish of Drigg.

At Stangrah, in Whitbeck, lately, aged 72 years, Ann, the wife of Mr. Thomas GELDERT.

At Millbeck, Underskiddaw, on Wednesday week, Mr. John STANLEY, aged 28 years.

At Maryport, on the 19th instant, Mr. George DIXON, aged 25 years.

At Workington, lately, Joseph, son of the late Mr. Joseph GREENHOW, aged six months; and Caroline, daughter of Mr. John GRAHAM, aged six months.

At Cockermouth, on the 23rd inst., Mr. Jonah WILKINSON, aged 25 years; same day, at the Workhouse, Mr. John BRAITHWAITE, shoemaker, aged 79 years.

At the Bleach Green, Egremont, on Sunday last, after a long illness, Samuel M'CLELLAN, aged 25 years.

At Whitehaven, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Sarah DREWRY, aged 74 years; lately, Mrs. Mary BAINBRIDGE, widow, aged 85 years; Mrs. Elizabeth M'DOWAL, widow, aged 73 years; Mary MOORE, aged 68 years.

At Dallam Tower, on the 18th inst., in the 30th year of her age, Sarah Maria, second daughter of George WILSON, Esq.

At St. Thomas's on the 10th of April, the Bishop of Jamaica.

At Bradfield-place, Reading, Lieut-General LE MESURIER, of apoplexy, in his 62nd year.

DEATH OF SIR BENTINCK C. DOYLE.-We have to record the demise of this gallant officer, whose dissolution took place on Sunday last, at Bognor, Sussex, after a protracted illness. Sir Bentinck entered the navy at the very early age of nine, and was promoted to a lieutenancy the 29th of August 1799. He served on the East India station in 1805, and was Senior Lieutenant on board the St. Florenzo in her gallant action and capture of the French frigate Psyche, and for the bravery evinced on that occasion he obtained the rank of Commander. His commission as Captain bears date April 3, 1811. On his appointment to the command of the squadron selected to convey the mortal remains of tbe late Queen Caroline to Germany for interment, he received the honour of Knighthood.

DEATH OF THE DOWAGER VISCOUNTESS ANSON.—The Dowager Viscountess ANSON expired at her residence in Harley-street, on Tuesday last, after a short illness. Her ladyship was third and youngest daughter of the late Earl of Leicester (Mr. COKE, of Holkham), by his first marriage with Jane, sister of the late Lord Sherborne, and she married, September 15, 1794, Thomas first Viscount ANSON, by whom, who died July 31, 1818, her ladyship had issue a numerous family.