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NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM. dragoons, to Miss Lowes. Mr. Richard Sano
At Stockton, as fome hay-makers were at derson, of Wetheral, to Miss M. Watts, of work in a field, they were fuddenly alarmed , Branthwaite. by a prodigious whirlwind, which carried At Whitehaven, the Rev. George Addison, many hundred weight of hay to an immense formerly of Workington, rector of Great perpendicular height.
Brickhill, Berks, to Miss D. Bragg, daughR. Burdon, esq. M. P. has lately let a farm ter of Mr. W. Bragg, of Whitehaven. of about 70 acres, near Stockton, "pon the At Penrith, Captain Gordon, of the Prinfollowing benevolent conditions :-That the cefs Royal's own light dragoons, to Miss tenant Thall constantly keep at least 10 cows, Hannah Moore, of Temple Sowerby. and shall retail the milk to the inhabitants of At Workington, Joseph Wheelwright, Stockton. - A deduction of 201. a year from esq. of London, to Miss Hadwen, of the the rent will be allowed, if the whole of the former, place. new milk be retailed unadulterated at or under At Newton, near Penrith, Mr. Henry one half-penny a pint.
Heylin, ironmonger of Penrith, to Miss L. Married.] At Newcastle, Mr. Wm. El. Nicholson, of the former place. liott, tanner, to Miss Mary Harrison. Mr. At St Bee's, Captain Boven, to Miss Morland, linen-draper, to Miss Yellowley. Storey, daughter of the late Captain Storey,
At Gateshead, Thomas Humble, efq. of of Whitehaven. Newcastle, to Miss E. Summers, of the former Died.] At Wigton, aged 58, John Matplace.
thews, efq. It has wisely been remarked, At Durham, Mr. John Husband, to Miss that the best of times furnish little for the S. Breeding.
historian; and it is equally true, that the At Bishop's-Wearmouth, the Rev. Tho- lives of the best men furnith little for the pen mas Ramshay, L. L. B. vicar of Brampton, of the biographer. Curiosity can only be in Cumberland, to Miss Maling, daughter of gratified by a recital of.unusual and surprising J. Maling, esq. of Grainge, near Sunderland. occurrences, and the powerful feelings of
At Stockton-upon-Tees, Mr. G. Bertram, man can only he engaged by the display of of the George and Dragon-inn, to Mrs. great strength of.character, called into actiHutchison.
vity by the pressure of great danger, or the Died.] At Newcastle, Miss Jane Man- solicitation of high gratification. The hero, pers, daughter of the late Mr. E. Manners, the statesman, he who has aggrandized a town-marshal. Aged 58, Mr. Alexander country, orlaid one waste, is pursued by the Mackenzie, tin-plate worker. Aged 63, eager eye of the spectator, and inquired after Mr. James Kenzell.
with solicitude by all. The ravages of a At Lilburn Tower, Mrs. Collingwoud. storm or a thunderbolt are contemplated with
At Morpeth, aged 64, Wm. Fenwick, esq. equal eagerness and wonder; whilft a fertile Aged 76, Mrs. M. Marr.
field, and a cheerful atmosphere, are enjoyed At Hexham; Mr. George Oxley, gardener without emotion, and thought of without and feedfman. Mr. Gilbert Young, book- sensibility. The father of wisdom, as well binder.
as of poetry, well knew that the great and At South-Shields, aged 75, John Fairles, terrible alone intereft mankind, and drew the çiq.
character of his Achilles accordingly. JohnAt North-Shields, Mr. John Ware, ship- son used to call history the annals of blood;
it is, indeed, little but the annals of crimes, At Cornhill, Mr. James Rainforth, inne and biography is little more than the record keeper.
of great talents mischievously applied. To At Durham, Mr. Robert Punthon, late of render a good charaEter interesting, what powthe Queen's Head-inn.
ers of representation are not necessary ? Gray At Sunderland, Mr. Wm. Mafterman, of and Burns, the poets of the heart, were only the Customs.
equal to this difficult talk! To name Mr. At Stockton, Mr. Robert Lumley. Mr. Matthews, in the circle of his friends, is to Wm. Harrison, fail-maker. Mrs. Rowntree, apologize for the preceding remarks. Brought wife of the Rev. Mr. Rowntree, rector of up in the navy, he retired on account of ill Elton.
health at a very early period; he is not At Streatlam Castle, John Collpits, esq. therefore intitled to any notice as a public CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORELAND. or professional character. Soon after his re
In the neighbourhood of Whitehaven and tirement, on the death of an elder brother, Carlisle great danjage has been done by the he succeeded to a handsome inheritance, and late heavy rains: at the former place the from that time until his death, he lived upon dephth of the rain which fell in the course of his paternal estate at Wigton. He married welve hours, was two inches.
the fifter of the late Dr. Yeates, master of Married.] At Carlisle, Mr. Bald, quar- Cathrine Hall, in Cambridge, and by her had çer-master in the Princess Royal's own light many childrest, of whom three survive him.
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In the private relations of life, he is intitled Riding, have been swept away by the flood. to praise--to admiration. For, in times like Several grass meadows have been laid entirely the present, when personal gratification, sbow under water; and a very large quantity of new and fplendour, occupy the time and dissipate hay has been carried away by the rapidity of the fortunes of most me!), ought he not to be
the current. admired whose life is consumed in the offices Married.). At York, John Ware, esq. of of friendship, in self-denying solicitude for Skirbenbeck, to Miss C. Wilson, daughter the happiness of his family, and in the habi- of the late Rev. T. Ware. Mr. Richardíon, tual and cheerful discharge of all the most to Miss Dodsworth. Mr. 'J. Roche, surgeon painful, as well as the most pleasing, duties of the 13th Light Dragoons, to Miss M. of private life? Minds of great enterprize Winship, of Ribey, Lincoln. and energy are fitted to rare occasions, as tlie At Leeds, Mr John Kemplay, writing electric power for the removal of threatening master, to Miss M. Finney. Mr. James Rodisease; minds, like that of Mr. Matthews, binson, linen-draper, to Miss M. Teale. constitute the first element, of happy, social Mr. Wm. Tipping, merchant, to Miss Frost, existence; like the water and the air we im- of Hedon in Holderness. Mr. S. Sawyer, of bibe, they are demanded every moment. The Christ-church, Surry, to Miss Chadwick, of talents of Mr. Matthews, without being of Leeds. Mr. Abraham Rhodes, merchant, to the first order, were of respectable strength; Miss Glover, daughter of Mr. S. Glover, of his judgment was folid, his prudence was Little Woodhouse, near Leeds. rare, and every talent he had was devoted to At Doncaster, Mr. B. Boothby, linenutility. His manners were remarkably po- drapet, to Miss E. Lightowber. lished and easy; and liad contracted no taint At Scarborough, Mr. B. Ninds, of London, from the habits of early youth, or his affo- to Miss Wharton, of the former place. ciates in the navy, His temper was ex- At Houghton le Spring, Lieutenant Colotremely mild; he never gave, and he seldom nel Howorth, of the Artillery, to Miss Thurreceived offence. He was no despot in his low, daughter of the late Bisnop of Durham. family, his children were his friends, and At Norton, Mr. Fryer, of Scagglethorp, their affection well repaid his solicitude and to Miss Ingleby, of the former place. tenderness. They now mourn his lofs, and At Guifeley, near Otley, S. Baynes, M.D. with them ail vho knew their father. of Hull, to Mrs. Jameson, of Horsforth,
At Carlisle, Mr. Joseph Patrickson, son of near Leeds. Mr. Patrickson, brewer. Aged 65, Mrs. At Addle, near Leeds, G. Hathorn, erq. Jackson, formerly of Harker, Aged 64, of London, to Miss Donaldson, of Baglie Mrs. Ann Nelson.
Lodge, daughter of the late J. Donaldson, At Whitehaven, aged 77, Mr. Wm. Pre- esq. of Leeds. fton. Aged 73, Mrs. Thompson, widow of At Stagwood Hill, Mr. Johnson, of BarnMr. Wm. Thompson, mason. Aged 88, ney, surgeon, to Miss S. Newton, of the Mr. Wm. Smith, formerly of Demesnes. former place. Mrs. Briscoe, widow. Mrs. Hennell, widow At Hull, Lieutenant Keenor, of his Maof Mr. A Hennell.
jesty's ship the Vestal, to Miss Cant, daugh. At Penrith, aged 87, Mrs. Arscott, fifter ter of Mr. W. Cant. of the late Thomas Simpson, efq. of Carlton- At Sherburn, T. L. Fairfax, esq. of LoHall.
therton, to Miss T. Chaloner, of Lincoln. At Workington, aged 23, Mr. John Died.] At York, aged 72, Mrs. Bird, Thompson, son of Mr. Thompson, master of relict of the late John Bird, esg. of London, the work-house.
diftiller. Ayed 57, Mr. Samvel Fowler, At Cockermouth, aged 34, Miss H. Smith- hosier, and one of the common-councilmen. fon.
In an advanced age, Mrs. Waudby, formerly At Keswick, Mrs. Atkinson, wife of Mr. of Hull. Mr. Henry Macey. Mrs. Hobson, Atkinson, feedsman.
reli&t of the late James Hobson, efq. Aged At Dalfton, near Carlisle, Mrs. Foster, 81, Mrs. Condon, relict of the late Colonel wife of Mr. Foiter.
Condon. Aged ž0, R. Dodsworth, esq. fon At St. Bee's, Mr. John Morfop.
of the late alderman Dodsworth. Mr. C. At Star wix, near Carlisle, Mrs. Marr. Smith, flax-dresser.
At Dundar, near Carlisle, aged 76, Mrs. At Malton, Mr. John Campey, school. G. Graham ; she has bequeathed a consider- master. This remarkable man, for such able fortune for the establishment of a school every one must deem him who could boast the in thai neighbourhood, and several other advantage of his society, was born in the vicharitable purposes.
cinity of York, and commenced the profes
fion of a teacher, in New Malton, at the early On the 17th of September, a most violent age of 20; in which he successfully conftorm of wind and rain was 'experienced tinued (upwards of 20 years) until the time throughout this county: the canal in the of his death. His mode of instruction was of neighbcurned of Hudder field has received that demonftrative kind which prevents the considerable damage; several mills and houses pupil from being a mere mechanical receiver J. ear Holmfrith, and other places in the West- of information ; for confidering well the inci
753 pient capacity of children, le foon discovered that where our desires prompt us the most, that the game at Taw requires as much appli,' there we are the least guarded; and so it uncation of mind as would develope the first fortunately happens, that in the society of our books of Euclid; and that a child, when 'pri- gay and light-hearted companions we think marily and gently initiated into Science, will not of referve, but absorbed in the ardent acquire as great a fondness for geometrical pursuit of immediate pleasure, our foresighe diagrams, as for raising dirt-pyes, or drawing and reflection forsake us; and thus imperScotch-hops. A correct Engliin scholar, and ceptibly, time after time, are the admoniamazingly exaćt in all the punctilios of pro ' tions of prudence shamefully vanquined by lody, his language was generally such as be- the sottish ñ míts, hi & Tic of the friends and came the dignity of the preceptor. He was associates of our care-killing hours--till at laste indisputably one of the best mathematicians completely unnerved, we are left, despoiled, in Yorkshire; and his mathematical perform- and deftitute of every fober resolution. ances, in the different periodical publications, only resort thither for the sake of company." can not be surpasied for elegance of scientific Ah! cursed bait, which has charmed thou. disposition. He was toy, as it may be hence sands of virtuous husbands and fathers into suppoled, a good natural philosopher, and the oblivious pool which has ruined the hapnicely acquainted with every mathematical piness of so many joyful families, and wrested property of physics. Latin, Greek and from innocent little ones their fufficiency of French were in the store of his knowledge- raiment and food! Ah baneful fource! from attainments, yet attaching to them their fole whence proceeded a disease that fapped the merit, he often wondered how people (having vigour of a robust constitution, and which only acquired the mere vehicles of know- snatched ingloriously from the world and his ledge) could come to fit down with the con- friends this valuable man. fequence of literati. Even as a writing-mas
W. H. HULį ACADEMY. iter his abilities were allowed to be beyond competition, and his penmaninip was univer
At Leeds, aged 76, Mr. Joseph Leach; he sally esteemed of the first-rate excellence.
was more than 20 years head master of the In ihort, so various were his acquirements,
Free Grammar School at Keighly, and lately and such was the versality of his genius, that
a private teacher of the learned languages at
Leeds. every thing seemed within the reach of his capacity. His religious opinions were striêly
Mr. Dunderdale, merchant, and one of Christian, and we believe that he poslefied Denton, liquor-merchant.
the common-council of that place. Mr.
Mr. Arnold, more primitive virtues, than many who are
cloth-worker. Miss Kitchingman. Mrs. apt to reckon upon unerring sanctity.* His morals were far from all despi leness, and
Brooke, wife of Mr. Brooke, merchant. his general conduct was so amiable, so tran
At Whitby, Mrs. Hunter, wife of Mr. C. quilly peaceable and upright, that he obtained
Hunter, attorney. universal respect; and, but for one departure
At Wakefield, aged 64, Mr. John Earn
shaw. from re&titude (as in the most eminent men fome inconsistencies appear), censure might
At Loscoe Grange, the Rev. Mr. Holdf. have held her peace : -In the warmth of worth, vicar of Norminton, near Pontefract. youth, early becoming a follower of that
At Scarborough, aged 79, Ed. Lodge, esq. gnis-fatuus, commonly known by the glitter. af Willow Hall, near Halifax. ing name of social intercourse, he fell a lament
At Pontefract, Mr. Burion; he was killed able facrifice to its deceitful allurements. by a fall from his horse. Mrs. Barocliffe. However, as we perceive several traits in the
Mr. J. Simpson, brandy-merchant. worthy character before us beckoning for
At Hull, Mr. Hallowell, ironmonger. our admiration, it perhaps is our duty to
At Doncaster, Mrs. Heaton, wife of H. throw a veil over one imperfection of such fre- Heaton, efq. Mr. Ainley, formerly of quent contingence, and to regard it merely
Cantley. that we may avoid the vortex of its influence.
At Swinton, near Rotherham, aged 93, It is certainly a well-founded observation; Mr. M. Wilson.
At Richmond, aged 86, Mrs. Blackburne, * In the most excruciating moments of his relict of the late Rev. F. Blackburne, archTaft illness, not a murmur escaped his lips, deacon of Cleveland. and so completely maiter was he of stoical At Conistone, near Hull, Mrs. Wright, firmness; that only a few days before his wife of Mr. Wright, of Ganstead; she was death he sustained the amputation of a toe, accidentally shot in the leg by her hulband, and a considerable part of one of his feet. On which occafioned her cleath in a few hours. the same day, being tenderly interrogated
At Cawood, at an advanced age, Mr. James how he felt himfelf-with a smile upon his Weightman; he had been long eminent for Colintenance, he emphatically replied ---- Cer- his great skill and success in treating fractures tainly much better; inasmuch as I have lost
and dislocations of the bones. a diseased part of this worthless boxy; and
At Melsonby, near Richmond, the Rev. Government fheuld lend such as I am to s. Squire, jun. M. A. and Fellow of Univerfight the desperate French, men that could fity College, Oxford; he was son of the late literally bear cutting into inch-pieces.”
R. Squire, esy. of Cononley, in Craven.
At Hepstonstall, near Halifax, Mr. Par. Died.) At Liverpool, Mrs. E. Bibby, wife kinson,
of Mr. Robert Bibby. Mrs. Guy, wife of
Mr. Guy. Aged 46, Mrs. S. Price, wife of The damage in consequence of the late Mr. M. Price, shipwright. Aged 39, Mr. heavy rains has been very great in this coun- W. Naylor. Miss M. Chamley, miliner. ty; there is scarcely a bridge remaining over Mrs. Mullion, widow of the late Mr. J. the Mersey from its rise to its junction with Mullion. James Penny, esq. che Tame. Many mills with the whole of Mrs. A. Quiolt. Aged 81, Wm. Rowe, erg. their machinery have been destroyed. Mr. Robert Andell, broker. Mrs. Ball, wi
Married.] At Liverpool, Mr. John Upton, dow of Mr. A. Ball. In the work-house, of Shrewsberry, to Miss E. Goulborn. Mr. aged 105, Mary Jones. Robert Aspinall, watch-maker, to Mrs. M. At Manchester, Mr. Tyrrell, of the the. Cooper. Mr. W. Maskews, grocer, to Miss
Mrs. Thomas Heywood, publican. Redith. Mr. J. Whitby, merchant, to Miss Mr. John Mather, of Long Millgate, cornM. M. Patrer, neice of P. Clayton, esq. of dealer. Mrs. Aldcroft. Aged 34, Mr. Wm. Leyland. Mr. Moffitt, to Miss Smith. Mr. Steven. John Mac Carty, to Miss B. Byrom. James At Lancaster, Robert Worfwick, esq. fon Delany, esq. of the isand of St. Kitt's, to of T. Worswick, efq. banker. Mrs. P. Weston. Mr. J. Humphries, to Bennison, stone-maron. Mr. M. Moore, Mrs. Ann Hesketh. Mr. D. Connor, to brother, of J. Moore, efq. the present Miss Neale. Mr. Robert Redhead, wine. Mayor. merchant, of London, to Miss Thwaites, At Blackburn, Mr. John Watson, cottonniece to John Bolton, esy. Mr. Caulton, late manufacturer, to Miss Elundell. a Lieutepant in the 2d Royal Cheshire Mili- -At Edge Hill, near Liverpool, Mrs. gia, to Miss Spencer, daughter of Mr. Spen- Lowndes, wife of Mr. Lowndes. cer, attorney. Mr. James Brough, merchant, At Preston, Mr. W. Carr, attorney. Mr. to Miss A. J. Swift.
W. Mac Clandish, merchant, and Lieutenant At Manchester, Mr. Thomas Geary, to and Adjutant of the Preston Volunteers. Miss M. Thomson. Mr. S. Berey, to Miss' John Cross, esq. Deputy-Prothonotary in this J. Sharrocks. Mr. Whitenbury, cotton- county. anerchant,. to Miss Potter, daughter of the At Ulverston, Mrs. Dawson, wife of Caplate J. Potter, efq. of Ardwick. Mr. J. tain J. Dawson, of Liverpool. Liveseys to Miss S. Rigby. Mr. T. Bibby, Ať Ormskirk, Mrs. Fazakerley, relict of cheese-factor, to Miss Fildes. Mr. Ridgway, the late J. H. Fazakerley, esq. attorney, to Milo Foster, of Heaton Norris. At Chetham Hill, near Manchester, Mr. Mr. William Hunt, to Mrs. Longworth. F. John Percival, bricklayer; he dropped down Longworth, jun. esq. of Grenville, King's in a fit and expired immediately. County, brother-in-law to the Rt. Hon. Lord At Openshaw, Mr. James Taylor, of the Kilmaine, to Miss A. Whitaker, daughter of Pack-Horse. J. Whitaker, ere. Mr. James Sedgwick, to Miss Walker, daughter of Mr. Richard WalkMr. Wood, merchant, to Miss Burgess. late floods has been very great in this county.
The damage sustained in consequence of the At Lancaster, Mr. T. Green, of Manches- Messrs. Bancrofts will lose more than 300 ton ter, to Miss Langshaw, of the former place. of falt:-the old Rock-Pit has a confiderable v. Vyvyan, esq. of Trelowarren, Cornwall, quantity of water in it; and was with diffito Miss M. H. Rawlinson, daughter of the culty prevented from filling. Many people late 'T. H. Rawlinson, erg. The Rev. Mr.
saved their lives by getting out at their winTownley, son of the late Colonel Townley, dows into flat-bottom boats. of Belfield, to Miss Johnson, daughter of R.
Married? At Chester, the Rev. George Johnson, esq. At Wigan, Mr. S. Wilson, hofier, of Ken
Morley, to Miss E. Williams.
to Miss A. Pemberton, daughter of the late dal, to Miss Lomax, of the former place. At Ardwick, Mr. J. Holt, to Miss Bef- Captain H. Pemberton, of the Royal Navy.
At Sand Lack, Mr. John Shaw, of Elton, wick. At Warrington, Mr. R. Heath, woollen- aged 70, to Mrs. A. Ryder, of the former
place, aged 22. draper, to Miss Birchall.
At Altbury, Mr. John Beck, of Sandback, At Eccleston, J. A. Nelson, esq. of Fair- furgeon, to Miss Tvenilow, daughter of Mr. hurst Hall, in this county, to Miss Rippax, R. Twemlow, of Rhodes, late of Sandback, of Burscough.
surgeon. At Howarden, Mr. H. Dagnall, ivorymerchant, of Liverpool, to Mifs Thomas, Mr. Edwards, grocer.
Died.] At Chester, in the prime of life,
C. Coote, esq. of daughter of Mr. J. Thomas, of Aston Hall, Castle Coote, in Ireland. Flintshire.
At Handbridge, Mr. Dickens, carpenter. At Leigh, Mr. G. Edwardron, of Newton,
At Poynton, Mr. M. Pickford, carrier. to Miss M. Parr, of Ormskirk.
At Middleton, Mr. Walker, of Hulme, to Mrs, Kirkby, of the former place.
Married.) At Derby, Mr. J. Sweetenham,
1799.] Nottingham Lincolnshire--Rutlandjhire.
753 attorney, of Wirksworth, to Miss Oldham, At Spalding, F. Johnson, efq. to Miss A. of the former place,
Johnson, daughter of the late Colonel JohnAt Glassop, Mr. John Plátt, of Heathfield, Ion. Saddleworth, to Miss M. Shaw, of Charles- Ac Gainsborough, Mr. Wm. Tidd, sadler, worth.
of Sleaford, to Miss Tinker, of the former At Mickleover, the Rev. John Ward, to place. Mrs. Waring.
At Dunholm, near Lincoln, Mr. Swallow, At Melbourn, M. D. Tomlinson, to Miss of Skirbecki ,to Miss Morris, of the former Webster.
place. At Barlborough, the Rev. R. Ward, of At Louth, Mr. G. Preston, to Miss E. Coomford, to Miss Marshall, of Nittika Hill. Barr.
At Ticknall, Mr. J. Bembridge, of Mél- At Wainfleet, Mr. N. Kitchen, grocer, of bourne, to Miss Parke, of the former place. Hull, to Miss S. Rickitt, of the former place.
Died.] At Ilkeston, aged 70, Mr. John At Billingborough, Mr. Clifton, apotheShipman; he was found drowned in the Ere- cary, of Boston, to Miss Burton, of the forwath Canal.
mer place. At Findern, aged 95, Mr. Samuel Wool- At Surfteet, Mr. Brown, fchool-maiter, to latt.
Mrs. A. Smorley.
At Raithby, near Spillby, Mr. Fountain, Married.] At Mansfield, Mr. James of Leake, to Miss Kirkbride, of the former Richardson, butcher, to Mrs. E. Smith. The place. Rev. Edward Otter, of Bolsover Castle, Der- At Langton, near Spillby, Mr. Morley, of byshire, to Miss A. Stanton. Mr. John Alford, to Miss Moore, of the former place. Hodgkinson, of Felley Priory, to Miss Lock- Died.] At Lincoln, Mr. Dickinson, mufia wood.
cian. Mr. John Key, cabinet-maker. At Normanton-upon-Soar, Mr. Wm. Lee, At Falkingham, Mrs. Headley. of Arnold, to Miss A. Tebutt, of the former At Bourn, Mr. Tilley, of the White Hart place.
public-house. At Wysall, Mr. John Barber, grocer, of At Stroxton, near Grantham, aged 102, Nottingham, to Miss L. Griffin, of the former Mrs. S. Kelham; she was many years ferplace.
vant in the family of Sir Wm. Manners, bart. At Bingham, Mr. Robert Brewster, farm- At Louth, aged 87, Mr. V. Simpson. er, to Miss Skinner.
Aged 59, Mr. Buckles. Aged 50, Mrs. Bolo At West-Bridgford, Mr. Freetli, of Edwal. low, wife of the Rev. Mr. Boilow, of Kelton, to Miss Hoggart, of the former place. sterne.
At Newark, Mr. Hirst, woolstapler, to At Wainfleet, Mr. John Marshall, senior, Miss Holmes.
grazier. Died.] At Nottingham, Mr. Beeston, one At Kirton, aged 61, Mr. Parr. of the bailiffs of the county. Aged 70, Mr. At Golberton, Mrs. Older thaw, wife of Thomas Wyer. Mr. Burgess, tallow-chan- Mr. Olderíhaw. Mrs. Noble. dler. Aged 95, Mr. W. Merrey. Aged ?!, At Sleaford, aged 75, Mr. Richard Sharpe, Tillettam, esq. Aged 29, Mr. Wm. Handly. "wheelwright. Aged 68, Mrs. Place.
At Donnington, aged 72, Mr. T, Pike, At Newark, Mr. Thomas Smith, of the grazier. Lion and Adder public-house. Mrs. Brown, At Pinchbeck, Mr. Gollin, grazier. Aged of the Golden Fleece.
93, Robert Seymour. At North Musk ham, near Newark, Mrs. At Edmonthorpe, aged 20, Miss Makenden, Clarke, reliet of the late Mr. J. Clarke, for- daughter of Mr. Makenden, farmer. merly of Newark.
At Horncastle, aged 65, Mr. Wm. WoodAt Scarrington, near Bingham, aged 70, house, fellmonger; he put a period to his Mr. Ludlow, farmer.
existence by hanging himself. At Granby, near Bingham, suddenly, Mrs. Bonser, wife of Mr. Bonser, parish-clerk. Married.] At Thistleton, Mr. Wood, at
At Holme-pierrepont, near Nottingham, torney at law, of Kippax, to Miss Poikitt, of Mr. Wm. Sandy, senior.
the former place. At Basford, near Nottingham, Mr. Damms, At Barrowden, Mr. Everard, of Stamford, senior.
pain;er, to Miss Cox, of the former place. At Gonalfton, Mr. Thomas Hind, fen. Died.] At Uppingham, in the prime of
At Lanford, near Newark, Mr, Rhodes, life, Mr. Thomas Rayworth, lace of Leicestera farmer.
The Rev. R. Blythe.
At Kelton, Mr. Cunnington. Married.] At Stamford, Mr. Douthwaite, At Morcot, suddenly, T. Falkner, la:e of Barnack, to Mrs. Stevenson.
high-theriff of the county. At Alford, the Rev. F. Rockliffe, of Ashby, At Exton, aged 83, Mr. Wm. Sewell. near Horncastle, to Miss Gilby, of the former At Stoke, Mrs. Peach, wife of Mr. C. place.