Saturday 01 Jul 1843   (p. 3, col. 8)



At her residence, in the Royal Terrace, Weymouth, on the 17th instant, the Lady of J. S. ALLANBY, Esq., M.D., of a son.



At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 29th instant, Mr. Andrew Mc.INTIRE, of Old Grapes Lane, to Miss Jane BELL, of Botchergate.

At Abbey Church, in the parish of Holme Cultram, on the 24th instant, by the Rev. Joseph SIMPSON, A.M., Mr. William STEEL, of Malbray, to Martha, second daughter of Mr. TINDALL, of Southerfield.

At Wigton, on the 17th instant, Mr. Philip THIRLWALL to Miss Jane Espelon Mc.MURRAY; same day, Mr. William WATSON, of Blencogo, to Miss Mary Mc.VITIE, of Oulton.

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday last, Mr. William WILSON, husbandman, to Miss Grace TYSON, both of Usicar, near Keswick.

At Alston Church, on the 28th instant, Mr. Isaac WALTON, of Brownside, to Miss Eleanor RICHARDSON, of Hill House.

At Cockermouth, by the Rev. C. C. SOUTHEY, on Sunday last, Mr. J. CAPE, weaver, to Miss Mary DAVIDSON; and on Sunday, Mr. Joshua NEWTON, hatter, to Miss Mary WILKINSON; and same day, Mr. Wm. DOUGLAS, husbandman, Hensingham, to Miss Frances GIBSON, of Cockermouth.

At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, Frederick Henry, youngest son of the late Mr. William NICHOLSON, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Captain George FRANCE; on Sunday last, Mr. John CLARK, cooper, to Miss Mary ASHBURNER.

On the 17th instant, by the Venerable Archdeacon WILBERFORCE, the Rev. W. B. DUNBAR, minister of Westerkirk, Dumfriesshire, to Margaret Juliana Maria, eldest daughter of Lieut-General ORDE, Bury Hall, Hampshire.



In Scotch Street, on the 23rd instant, Mary, widow of the late Mr. John TURNER, fishmonger of this City, aged 61 years; much respected.

In this City, on Saturday, the 17th inst, Miss Jane HORNSBY, aged 26—much respected.

At the House of Recovery, on Saturday last, John, son of Mr. John SMITH, shoemaker, Botchergate, aged 14 years.

In Lowther Street, on the 25th instant, Mrs. Jane METCALF, aged 78 years.

In Black Friars Street, on the 25th inst., Mrs. Mary FISHER, mother of the late Mr. FISHER, druggist, aged 85 years.

In Irish Damside, on the 27th inst., Mrs. Margaret RICHARDSON, aged 76 years.

In Caldewgate, on the 25th instant, Mr. William LAWSON, aged 32 years.

At Denton Holme Head, on the 27th inst., Mr. John DUNBAR, aged 34 years.

In London, on the 25th instant, Thomas, fifth son of Mr. James WILSON, Fellfoot, near Newby Bridge, aged 27 years.

At Wigton, on the 25th instant, John, son of Mr. William SCOTT, grocer, aged 19 years; on the 26th, Thomas, son of Mr. George HADDON, aged two years; same day, Mr. John BURNETT, aged 19 years.

At Dockray, in the parish of Wigton, on the 27th inst., Ann, wife of Mr. Edward EDGAR, aged 76 years.

At Aspatria, on the 18th instant, after a protracted illness, Wilfrid CARTER, Esq., aged 38 years.

At Penrith Workhouse, on the 22nd inst., Amos KIRKBRIDE, aged 10 years; on the 26th, Mr. Thomas SIMPSON, labourer, aged 77 years.

At Papcastle, near Cockermouth, on the 9th instant, Miss Eleanor JACKSON, 30 years servant with Mrs. BIRKETT, of Powe House, Portinscale, in the 63rd year of her age.

At Brigham Low Houses, lately, of consumption, Mary Anne, daughter of Thomas and Margaret BARWICK, aged 24 years.

At Cockermouth, on Friday, Mrs. Isabella CHAMBERS, formerly of Bridekirk, aged 70 years.

At Alston, on the 29th instant, Sarah, widow of the late Mr. Wm. SEATREE.

At High Nentsberry, near Alston, on the 29th inst., William, son of Mr. Sohn [sic] SPARK.

At Maryport, on Sunday last, very suddenly, George, son of Mr. John SEWELL, of Broughton, aged 34 years.

In Well Lane, Maryport, on Saturday last, Mr. Henry GREGG, aged 67 years.

On Friday last, suddenly, Mrs. SINGLETON, wife of Mr. John SINGLETON, of Gatrigg How, in the parish of Irton, yeoman, aged 50 years.

At the Union Workhouse, Whitehaven, on the 24th instant, Isabella MOSSOP, aged 23 years, late of Ennerdale.

At Whinfield Ground, in the parish of Ulpha, on Sunday the 18th instant, Mr. Nicholas WHINFIELD, yeoman, in his 92d year. The deceased was highly respected through life, as an honest, steady industrious, upright man. He was born in the house in which he died, and never changed his residence.

At Hexham, on the 23rd instant, aged 31, Ann, daughter of Mr. Christopher BENSON, innkeeper; on the 25th, aged 30, Mr. John DOBSON, linen draper; and on the 27th, suddenly, aged 41, Mr. Geriad DOBSON, butcher.

At Stockton-on-Tees, on the 25th instant, Esther, the beloved wife of Mr. DIXON, and daughter of Mr. ATKINSON, sail cloth manufacturer.

In Edinburgh, last week, Lord Robert KER, Assistant-Adjutant General in Scotland, aged 63 years.

At his seat in Scotland, at the advanced age of 88, Earl CATHCART, K.T. The deceased Earl, who was the senior general officer in the service, held many honorary and some lucrative appointments. He was Colonel of the 2nd Regiment of Life Guards, Vice-Admiral of Scotland, and Governor of Hull.

At his house at Mount-Pleasant, Newburgh, at midnight, between the 12th and 14th current, Alexander BETHUNE, labourer, author of "Tales and Sketches of the Scottish Peasantry," "Practical Economy."

DEATH OF MR. MURRAY, PUBLISHER.—We regret to state that Mr. MURRAY, the eminent publisher, died on Wednesday morning, in Albemarle street.