Saturday 04 Sep 1802 (p. 3, col. 1-2)
On Wednesday se'nnight, at Stapleford, in Nottinghamshire, Captain SEDLEY, of the Coldstream Guards, to Miss WARREN, only daughter of Rear-Admiral Sir John Borlace WARREN, Bart. K. B.
On Tuesday se'nnight, Mr. Thomas HOLLAND, to Miss RUSHTON, both of Liverpool.
On Sunday se'nnight, at Manchester, the Rev. William MARSDEN, A. M. minister of Blackrod, to Miss HAWARD, daughter of Mr. HAWARD, liquor merchant.
On Monday se'nnight, at Whalton, the Rev. Frederick EKINS, of Morpeth, to Miss TYLER, eldest daughter of James TYLER, Esq. of Whalton.
At Porto Bello, on the 20th ult. John JARDINE, Esq. junior, of Hallside, advocate, to Miss Janet Martland BRUCE, only daughter of the late James BRUCE, Esq. of Kinnaird.
A few days ago, at Lockmaben, Mr. BROWN, surgeon, to Miss IRVINE, daughter of Francis IRVINE, of Whitehill, Esq.
Also, Mr. William JOHNSTONE, of Cowshaw, to Miss INGLIS, of Lochmaben.
On Thursday last, in Castle-street, in this city, Mr. SMITH, comptroller of customs, aged 34.
On Friday, in Caldewgate, Mrs. BROWN, widow, advanced in years.
At Workington, on the 31st ult. much lamented, Miss Mary BURNS, third daughter of the late John BURNS, Esq. of Chapel-Row, aged 22.
On Wednesday se'nnight, aged 67, Mrs. Mary KENDAL, of Lancaster, grocer, one of the people called Quakers.
On Friday se'nnight, aged 41, Mr. Thomas EDLESTON, town clerk of Lancaster.
On the 15th ult. at Gilsland, Adam MURE, Esq. of Livingston, Scotland.
On Thursday se'nnight, aged 77, Thomas SIMPSON, Esq. of Westgate-street, Newcastle.
Lately, at Leicester, the Rev. William ARNOLD, D. D. Canon of Windsor, Precentor of Lichfield, and formerly Sub-Preceptor to the Prince of Wales.
At the Curragh, Kildare, Ireland, at the very advanced age of 108, Mr. Marmaduke BELL, deputy ranger or judge at the Curragh, for the last 50 years. He was born at Northallerton, Yorkshire, and was a rider at York Races in the year 1714.
On Tuesday se'nnight, at Clapham, in his 57th year, George Griffin STONESTREET, Esq.
On the 15th inst. at Warwick Castle, in the 20th year of his age, the Hon. Henry GREVILLE, third son of the Earl of Warwick.
On Thursday se'nnight, at Worthing, Sussex, the Rev. Charles STURGES, M. A. and Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.
Last week, in Ireland, Lady Glentworth, relict of the late Lord Bishop of Limerick, and Dowager Viscountess SOUTHWELL. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives