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Saturday 08 Jan 1803 - BMD
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 Saturday 08 Jan 1803   (p. 3, col. 2)

On Monday, in this city, the Rev. Edward FAWCETT, to Miss Eliza GRISDALE, second daughter of the Rev. Dr. GRISDALE.
At Arthuret, on Monday last, Mr. Robert GIBBON, of that place, to Miss Margaret NICHOL, daughter of Mr. Thomas NICHOL, of How End.
On Thursday last, Miss Jane LAWSON, daughter of Mr. LAWSON, of Drumburgh. [Was this a death?]
At Workington, Mr. HANDYSIDE, saddler, to Mrs. IRVING, both of that place.
On Monday last, in London, Lord Andover, to the Hon. Miss DUTTON.
At Edinburgh, on the 20th ult. Lieutenant Col. James STEWART, of the 42d regiment, to Miss Williamina KERR, youngest daughter of the late William KERR, Esq. of the general post-office.
On Sunday se'nnight, Mr. George BURNETT, of the post-office, Newcastle, to Miss Sarah PETLEY.
Last week Robert FOOTE, of Charlton Place, near Canterbury, to Miss KEPPEL.
On Wednesday se'nnight, at St. George's church, Hanover-square, London, Aubone SURTEES, Esq. to Miss HONEYWOOD, eldest daughter of Sir John HONEYWOOD, Bart. granddaughter of the late, and niece of the present Viscount Courtenay.
Lately, the Rev. John RIDDOCK, minister of the Associate Congregation in Coldstream, to Miss Elizabeth NEWTON, of that place.
On Thursday se'nnight, at the Friends' meeting-house, Lancaster, Mr. Matthew CORBET, of Manchester, to Miss Mary JEPSON, of that town.

On Monday evening, in the 32d year of his age, Mr. FRANCIS PICKERING, saddler, late of this city; a man whose many virtues justly endeared him to a numerous and respectable society. He was one of the few who scorned the art of dissimulation; and of him it may be truly said, that his greatest wish was to make his fellow creatures happy. The writer of this imperfect tribute is one of the few who, acquainted with his worth, laments the loss of so amiable a character.
Suddenly, on New-year's-day, generally respected, Mr. Charles KING, innkeeper, in this city, aged 41.
Same day, at Mortonhead, near this city, Mr. John STODART, manufacturer.
On Sunday last, much respected, Mr. Thomas SHEPHERD, of Penrith, in the 77th year of his age.
A few days ago, in London, much respected, Mr. James HODGSON, son of Mrs. HODGSON, of Harraby, near this city. He was resident for several years in the East Indies, from whence he returned only a few months ago.
On New-year's-day, at Thurstonfield, in this county, Mr. Thomas ROBSON, aged 25, son of Mr. Richard ROBSON, of that place, shoemaker.
Lately, at the same place, Mrs. GLENCROSS, aged 76, wife of Mr. Ebenezer GLENCROSS.
On Tuesday se'nnight, in the Market-place, Whitehaven, (in the prime of life), Mr. William COUTTS, printer.
At Altona, the Right Hon. Dowager Lady CLIFFORD, mother of the present Lord CLIFFORD.
On Friday se'nnight, at his seat at Ham, near Richmond, Surrey, Admiral Sir William PARKER, Bart.
Mr. Thomas SANDERSON, of the Side, Newcastle, flax-dresser.
At Grenada, on the 15th of November, Governor HOBART.
At Dublin, Dr. EMMET, state physician; he is succeeded by Dr. GLEGHORN.
On Sunday se'nnight, at Morpeth, Mr. Thomas HUDSON, butcher, aged 52.
On Wednesday se'nnight, Mr. RIGG, of Mosley-street, Newcastle, spirit merchant.
At Mount Panther, in the County of Down, the Right Hon. Francis Charles ANNESLEY, Earl Annesley, Viscount Glerawly, and Baron Annesley.
Lately, aged 80, Mrs. BENSON, of Underfield, near Ulverston.
Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives