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Saturday 10 Jul 1802 - BMD
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 Saturday 10 Jul 1802   (p. 3, col. 2-3)

A few days ago, at Bengal, near Lockerby, Mrs. CREIGHTON, the wife of a respectable farmer, of that place, was safely delivered of three sons, all of whom are likely to do well.

On Thursday the 24th ult. at St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Mr. William WOOD, muslin manufacturer, in this city, to Miss Martha SIMPSON, of London.
On Saturday se'nnight, at Wigton, Mr. Benjamin IRWIN, of the printfield there, to Miss NOBLE.
On Wednesday se'nnight, at Whitehaven, Peter DIXON, Esq. of Newington, London, to Miss LEWTHWAITE, daughter of William LEWTHWAITE, Esq. of Whitehaven.
On Saturday se'nnight, at the same place, Mr. BOWMAN, to Miss Mary ROBINSON.
On Friday se'nnight, at Morresby, Mr. John BOUCH, of Lowca-hall, to Miss HARRISON, of Parton.
On Monday last, at St. Bees, by the Rev. Mr. HARRISON, Thomas SAVAGE, Esq. of Milnthorp (late an officer in the Cumberland Militia), to Miss MOORE, only daughter of Mr. Joseph MOORE, of Sandwith.
On Tuesday se'nnight, at Sunderland, the Rev. Mr. HUTTON, of the High Bridge meeting-house, Newcastle, to Miss Margaret SOMERVILLE, daughter of the late Rev. J. SOMERVILLE, of the former place.
On Thursday se'nnight, at the Countess of Lincoln's, Portland-place, the Hon. Lord Henry STUART, third son of the Marquis of Bute, to the Right Hon. Lady Gertrude VILLIERS, daughter and sole heiress of the late Earl of Grandison, of Park-lane.
On Monday se'nnight, at St. George's, Hanover-square, John MAITLAND, Esq. son of the late Hon. Patrick MAITLAND, of Balgreggan, to Miss MAXWELL, third daughter of Sir William MAXWELL, Bart. of Monteith.

On Thursday morning, aged 65, Mr. RICHARDS, master gunner of the castle of this city.
At Dumfries, Mrs. GIBSON, wife of Mr. GIBSON, of the King's Arms inn.
On Thursday se'nnight, at his seat at Mainsforth, in the county of Durham, Robert SURTEES, Esq. in the 64th year of his age. He was a descendant of the ancient family of SURTEES who were seated in that county in the time of William the Conqueror.
On the 2d of last month, of the yellow fever, Rear Admiral TOTTY. He was taken ill at Martinique, and sailed from thence on a cruise, in hopes of recovering from the disorder; but finding its violence increase, the ship bore away for England on the 24th of May. The Admiral died nine days afterwards. The Saturn of 74 guns, arrived on Tuesday night at Plymouth from Martinique, with his body.
On the 29th ult. at his house in Northumberland-street, Newcastle, in the 70th year of his age, Charles BRANDLING, of Gosforth, Esq. late one of the representatives in Parliament for that town, which situation he resigned in favour of his son.
Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives