Saturday 24 Jun 1843   (p. 3, col. 6-7)



At Waterloo Terrace, near Whitehaven, on Sunday last, the Lady of Lieut. LASCELLES, R.N., of a Son.

Lately, at Cheltenham, the wife of E. THOMAS, of a son. This makes four within twelvemonths, as Mrs. THOMAS gave birth to three boys, still-born, on the 16th of June, last year.



At the Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher Street, on the 22nd inst., Mr. Robert ROBINSON, Market Place, to Miss Mary Jane SAUL, of King's Arms Lane.

At St. Mary's Church, on the 19th instant, Mr. Isaac SMITH to Miss Mary GRAHAM; on the 19th, Mr. Thomas RITSON to Miss Mary Ann BUTTERWORTH.

At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 19th instant, Mr. Joseph DOBSON, of Park Fauld, farmer, to Miss Mary GRAINGER, of Cardewlees; same day, Mr. Edwin HODGSON, of Botchergate, sailor, to Miss Jane LANCASTER, of Botchergate.

At Bolton, on the 17th instant, by the Rev. Joseph WOOD, Mr. BARNES, of Green Foot, Bolton, to Miss DOUGLAS, of the same place.

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. Daniel NICHOLSON, mason, to Miss Ann FOSTER, both of Keswick.

At Crosscannonby, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. W. DONALD, Mr. John HUDDART to Miss Jane SHILTON, both of Maryport.

At the Parish Church, Workington, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Joseph HETHERINGTON, A.M., Mr. Wm. PARKINS, blacksmith, to Miss Ann IRELAND; same place, on Monday, Mr. William BREWSTER, mariner, to Miss Mary CARSON, both of Workington.

At Liverpool, last week, Mr. Wm. PATRICKSON to Miss Mary ADAMSON, both of Whitehaven.

At Askham, Mr. Samuel RIDLEY to Miss Mary ROBINSON, both of Askham; and Mr. Robert NOBLE, of Bampton, to Miss Mary WINDER, of Helton.

At Corney, on Saturday last, by the Rev. W. BEAN, Joseph, son of Mr. James SHEPHERD, Bootle, to Isabella, second daughter of Mr. Moses TYSON, of Corney.

At Ulverston, on the 14th inst, Mr. Wm. BRETHERTON, draper, to Miss Mary BROWN, both of that place.



Yesterday (Friday) morning, at his residence in English Street, Mr. Robert ALLISON, in the 68th year of his age. Mr. ALLISON had been in business as a grocer and tobacco manufacturer for upwards of 40 years. He was a freeman of Carlisle, and formerly held the office of chamberlain under the old Corporation; and we may safely say that few men have passed through a long life more generally esteemed and respected.

In this city, on the 22nd instant, Mr. James M'ADAMS, aged 84 years. For 68 years he had been engaged as a Minister of the Gospel in the Baptist connection, and was a kind-hearted inoffensive man, and much respected.

In this City, on Monday the 19th instant, after a short illness, John, eldest son of Mr. John FAWCETT, of Lorthwaite, in this County, aged 20 years—deeply regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.

In Scotch Street, on the 18th inst., Mr. James CUNNINGHAM, aged 49 years.

In Etterby Street, Stanwix, on Saturday last, very suddenly, Mr. John DONALDSON, shoemaker, aged 56 years; much and deservedly respected.

At Bleatarn, in the parish of Irthington, on the 14th inst., Mr. Isaac HALL, aged 90 years. He was an honest and upright man. His remains were accompanied to the grave by a large concourse of relatives and friends, by whom his death is most sincerely lamented. In him also the poor have lost a benefactor.

At Wetheral, on Monday last, Mrs. Jane GRAHAM, wife of Mr. John GRAHAM, teacher, aged 39 years, universally respected.

At Wigton, on the 16th instant, Thomas, son of Mr. Joseph FURNASS, aged two years; on the same day, Mrs. Mary TOWNS, aged 76 years; on the 19th, John CALDERWOOD, aged 7 years; on the same day, John HADDON, aged 7 years; on Monday last, William Harvey, the infant son of Mr. John LEMON, of Burnfoot, Wigton.

At Goody Hills, Holme Cultram, on Friday the 16th instant, Mr. Joseph PAPE, yeoman, aged 68 years; much respected.

At Penrith, since our last, Mr. John WILKINSON, lately tallow chandler, Sandgate, aged 83 years; on the 22nd instant, Mr. John MALLISON, chair maker, Townhead, aged 71 years; Mary, wife of Mr. PEARSON, pump maker.

At Eamont Bridge, very suddenly, Mr. George WRIGHT, innkeeper, aged 48 years.

At Haltwhistle, on the 20th instant, after a day's illness, where he had for more than 30 years practised the different branches of his profession with eminent success, Robert ELLIOT, Esq., surgeon, on his 59th year; deeply and deservedly regretted.

At Martindale, on Sunday the 18th inst, aged 28, Hannah, the wife of Mr. Jeremiah WOOD, blacksmith of that place. Her friends will long cherish the recollection of her many endeariug qualities.

At Cockermouth, on Tuesday, the 20th instant, Mr. John WOODMAN, weaver, aged 60 years; same place, on Wednesday the 21st instant, Mr. John RENNICKS, woodmonger, advanced in years.

At Cockermouth, on Wednesday week, Ann, the wife of Mr. Thomas HODGSON, weaver, aged 66 years; and on Thursday, Henry, only son of Mr. John HIRD, grocer, formerly of Ulpha, aged three years.

At Brigham, near Keswick, on Saturday last, Mrs. Mary HUDSON, advanced years.

On Saturday evening last, at the patriarchal age of 93 years, Mr. William BROWNRIGG, of Cross Lanes, in the parish of Gosforth.

At Wind Hall, in the parish of Gosforth, on Sunday week, at the house of his uncle, Mr. John DIXON, Mr. John JACKSON, son of Mr. Henry JACKSON, of New Mill, in the same parish, aged 16 years, highly respected; same day and place, John, infant son of Mr. John DIXON, of Wind Hall, aged three months.

At Green, in Lamplugh, on Thursday week, Mary the wife of Mr. John ROBINSON, aged 53 years; much respected.

At Workington, since our last, Mr. Joseph WOOD, aged 61.

At Howbank, near Egremont, on Monday week, Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas ROBLEY, aged 18 years.

At Rowe, near Cleator, on Saturday last, Mr. Francis DOUGLAS, farmer, aged 54 years; much respected.

At Harrington, on Wednesday week, Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, innkeeper; much esteemed.

At Lonsdale Place, near Whitehaven, on Friday week, John HOBSON, Esq., late of the Customs, at that port, in the 55th year of his age; highly and deservedly respected.

At Leghorn, on the 8th instant, very suddenly, Capt. Thos. PAPE, of the brig Kyanite, of Whitehaven, in the prime of life; very much respected.

At Whitehaven, on the 12th instant, Hannah, wife of Mr. James KITCHEN, plasterer, aged 66; on Saturday, Mrs. BRANTHWAITE, widow of the late Captain William BRANTHWAITE, aged 91 years.

At Lowca, near Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mrs. Jane PATTERSON, widow, at the great age of 97 years.

At Ulverston, on Wednesday week, at the advanced age of 80 years, the Rev. William ASHBURNER, of that place; on the 10th instant, Mr. Isaac DIXON, tanner, late of Penny Bridge, aged 58 years.

At Feversham Rectory, near Cambridge, on the 26th ult., after a long and painful illness, borne with unvarying patience and resignation, the Rev. J. BROCKLEBANK, B.D., rector of Feversham and Willingham, in the county of Cambridge, in the 69th year of his age. The deceased was a native of Whitbeck, in this county.

In New Haven, Sussex, on Sunday evening, Noah WEBSTER, L.L.D., in the 85th year of his age.

At his house, in Great Cumberland street, London, on the 6th inst., General Sir Robert M'FARLANE, K.C.B. and G. C.H., Colonel of the 32nd regiment, in his 73rd year.