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Saturday 23 Jan 1802 - BMD
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 Saturday 23 Jan 1802   (p. 3, col. 3-4)
 
MARRIED.

On Wednesday last, at Stanwix, Mr. John BOUSTEAD, butcher, in this city, to Miss BOUSTEAD, daughter of Mr. Samuel BOUSTEAD, of Rickerby.
 
On Sunday last, in this city, Mr. William ROUTLEDGE, calico-glazier, to Miss HETHERINGTON, of Spoutbank, in the parish of Kirklinton.
 
On the 5th inst. at Workington, Mr. John THOMPSON, mercer and tailor, to Mrs. Margaret TOWERS, mantua-maker, both of that place.
 
At Bath, W. KEY, Esq. of Rochdale, Lancashire, to Miss E. LOWTHER.
 
DIED.

In Rickergate, Mrs. ARMSTRONG, wife of Mr. John ARMSTRONG, butcher.
 
A few days ago, in this city, in the prime of life, Mrs. BALEY, wife of Mr. William BALEY, print-cutter.
 
At Workington, a few days ago, in the prime of life, Mrs. Dorothy SCRUGHAM, wife of Mr. John SCRUGHAM, formerly master of the brig Fanny, of that port.
 
On the 10th inst. Mrs. Elizabeth STEEL, relict of the late Capt. John STEEL, of the port of Workington.
 
On Tuesday se'nnight, Matthew HEDLEY, Esq. Sheriff of Newcastle, aged 40.
 
On Saturday se'nnight, Mr. Jonathan DALGLEISH, of North Shields, ship-owner.
 
On Sunday se'nnight, Mr. George WALKER, of the Grey-Horse inn, Quayside, Newcastle.
 
On the 1st inst. Mrs. ROBINSON, aged 26, wife of Mr. ROBINSON, master of the North Shields workhouse.
 
A few days ago, at Stockton, Miss Tabitha PROCTOR, one of the people called Quakers.
 
On Sunday se'nnight, at Cobham-hall, Kent, of a bilious fever, the Honourable Lady Catherine BLIGH, eldest daughter of the Earl of Darnley.
 
At Annabella, near Mallow, Sir Joseph HOARE, Bart. He was one of the oldest members of the Irish Parliament, being one of its members for 60 years.
 
At Ellesmere, in Salop, aged 67, Rear-Admiral William HAY.
 
Lately, at Masham, at the advanced age of 100 years, Mrs. Jane DAGGETT.
 
At Ribbleton, near Preston, in the prime of life, Mr. Henry BREWER. His death was occasioned by a mortification in his leg, which he had dislocated a few weeks ago.
 
On Friday se'nnight, at Bath, in the 32d year of her age, Lady Charlotte NARES, third daughter of the Duke of Marlborough.
 
At Paisley, the Rev. Patrick HUTCHISON, Minister of the Relief Congregation there.
 
At St. Andrews, Mrs. PITCAIRN, widow of the late Rev. Joseph PITCAIRN, Minister of Cairnbee.
 
At Montrose, in his 59th year, Mr. Aaron LITHGOW, late schoolmaster of that place.
 
At Tygheary, in the 59th year of his age, and 31st of his ministry, the Rev. Allan M'QUEEN, minister of North Urst.
 
On Monday last, at Lord Keith's house, in Harley-street, London, the Honourable Miss Primrose ELPHINSTONE, daughter of the late Lord Charles ELPHINSTONE.
 
On Sunday morning last, Mr. James SLARCK, master of the Gloucester Coffeehouse and Hotel, Piccadilly, London.
 
At Woolwich, on Friday se'nnight, in the 89th year of his age, John COCKBURN, Esq. He was Paymaster-General of his Majesty's forces at the battle of Dettingen, and upwards of 50 years Storekeeper of the Ordnance at the Warren.
 
On the 7th inst. in London, Robert UNDY, Esq. of Undy, Fellow of the Royal and Antiquarian Societies.—He possessed a very ample fortune, part of which he acquired in commerce as a West India merchant, and part by succeeding to a considerable family estate in the North of Scotland.
 
Samuel DOUGLAS, Esq. late of the island of Jamaica, died at Charlestoun, South Carolina, upwards of two years ago; and his corpse having, in terms of his will, been put into a leaden coffin, the same was lately conveyed to Scotland, in order to be deposited in a tomb which he had some time ago caused to be erected, in the new church-yard at Newton Douglas, to the memory of his revered parents, who resided in that neighbourhood. — Mr. DOUGLAS left a considerable sum in legacies to his relations in Galloway; but the principal part of his fortune amounting to upwards of 25,000l he has left for the endowment of an Academy, for the education and maintenance of poor children belonging to the parishes of Penningham and Kirkmabreck, to be built at Newton-Douglas. — His funeral took place there on Thursday se'nnight, and was attended by a great number of his relations, as well as by the gentlemen in the neighbourhood, when an elegant entertainment was provided for the company at the inns, by order of the trustees to his will.
 
The reports in the London papers of the death of the Earl of Clare are untrue; his Lordship's health is completely re-established.
 
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