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Saturday 26 Feb 1803 - BMD
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 Saturday 26 Feb 1803   (p. 3, col. 3-4)

On the 17th inst. at the friend's meeting-house, Ulpha, Mr. Thomas BEWLEY, of Hesket-Newmarket, to Rachel HARRISON, of the same place, daughter of the late Mr. Askew HARRISON, of Wigton.
On Monday last, at Workington, Mr. Thomas METCALF, to Miss BOWES, both of that place.
At the same place Mr. John YEATS, master of the Fame, an American trader, to Miss GRAVE, daughter of the late Mr. Caleb GRAVE.
On Saturday last, Lord William BENTINCK, to the Hon. Miss ACHESON, daughter of Lord Gosford.
On Monday se'nnight, at Dumfries, Mr. Aglionby Ross CARSON, rector of the Grammar School, to Miss Ann IRVING, of that place.
On Tuesday se'nnight, at Alnwick, Mr. William MORRISON, of Bolton, to Miss Frances STOREY, daughter of Mr. Ralph STOREY, of the former place.
On Saturday se'nnight, at Chester-le-street, Mr. Thomas BELL, tanner, to Miss BEDLINGTON, of Birtley.
Same day, at Tynemouth Church, Mr. Andrew JAMESON, of Tynemouth, master mariner, to Miss Margaret STEPHENSON, of Whitby.
On Tuesday se'nnight, at the same place, Mr. Edward BROWN, jun. of North Shields, to Miss BELL, of Preston.

Yesterday, in Rickergate, Mr. Edward GARNETT, grocer.
On Sunday evening, in the 7th year of his age, John HOLMES, only son of Mr. Benjamin HOLMES, of the Grapes inn, in this city.
On Thursday last, at High Crosby, advanced in years, Mr. John HETHERINGTON, blacksmith.
On Tuesday evening, at Mains, near Wigton, in the 85th year of his age, John HOBSON, Esq. of Dublin, many years a member of the Irish Parliament.
Lately, at Chester, Mr. William LOSH, master gunner of the garrison of that place, and brother of Thomas LOSH, Esq. of this city.
A few days ago, at Workington, Mr. Arthur BENSON, aged 83.
Also, at the same place, Mr. John TWENTYMAN, aged 82.
At Dublin, on the 13th inst. in the 23d year of his age, Mr. Robinson JACKSON, mate of the brig John, of Workington.
On the 12th inst. at Cork, the Hon. James TONSON, brother to Lord Riversdale.
On Monday night, about eight o'clock, Mrs. CRAGG, wife of Mr. Christopher CRAGG, of Workington, dropped down, apparently in a fit, and expired in a few minutes.
Lately, at Appleby, after a long and painful illness, Mr. Mason HOWE, for many years master of the King's Head Inn, and a common councilman of that borough.
On the 19th inst. at his lodgings, St. James-street, London, W. F. BLENCOWE, Esq. M. D. only surviving son of the late William BLENCOWE, Esq. of Lowick-Hall, in Lancashire, who was the second son of the late Henry BLENCOWE, Esq. of Blencowe, in Cumberland. He is succeeded in his fortune by his only sister, Mrs. BLAIN, of Carlisle.
On the 4th inst. at Paris, the Lady of Sir Alexander GRANT, Bart.
On the 26th ult. at Jagger-Green, in Stainland, near Halifax, John GLEDHILL; and on the 1st inst. Mary his wife. They were born within eight days of each other, and were married at the age of 22. After living in that union upwards of 53 years, they both died within seven days, in the 76th year of their age.
At Morpeth, on Wednesday se'nnight, after a long illness, Mr. John WALLIS, stationer.
On Sunday se'nnight, aged 61, Mrs. HEURTLY, wife of Mr. C. A. HEURTLY, of Sunderland, banker.
On Monday se'nnight, at her son's house, in Hanover-square, Newcastle, Mrs. ANDERSON, mother of Mr. William ANDERSON, wharfinger.
On Saturday se'nnight, the infant daughter of Mr. MOORE, eldest son of the Archbishop of Canterbury, expired at his Lordship's palace, in the arms of its mother, in the chapel, shortly after the ceremony of baptism.
At Paris, on the 11th inst. the celebrated DE LA HARPE, one of the forty members of the French academy, and member of the second class of the institute.
Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives