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Saturday 02 Jul 1803 - BMD
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 Saturday 02 Jul 1803   (p. 3, col. 2-3)
 
BIRTH.

On Friday se'nnight, in Hill-street, London, Lady Morpeth, of a daughter.
 
MARRIED.

On Monday last, in this city, Mr. Matthew TAYLOR, writer in Glasgow, to Miss Mary WILSON, daughter of Alexander WILSON, Esq. banker, of the former place.
 
On Wednesday se'nnight, at the Friends' meeting-house, Whitehaven, Mr. Isaac HALL, check and thread manufacturer, of Great Broughton, near Cockermouth, to Miss RICHARDSON, daughter of Mr. Henry RICHARDSON, of the Ginns.
 
At Edinburgh, Hay CLEPHANE, Esq. to Miss Janet CAMPBELL.
 
On the 23d ult. by special license, at Fife House, Scotland-Yard, London, his Grace the Duke of Bedford, to Lady Georgiana GORDON, fifth and youngest daughter of his Grace the Duke of Gordon.
 
On Thursday se'nnight, Mr. Thomas SMITH, coach-proprietor, to Miss Barbara PRITT, both of Lancaster.
 
On Saturday se'nnight, Henry Cadwallader ADAMS, Esq. of Ansty-hall, Warwickshire, to Miss CURTIS, eldest daughter of Sir William CURTIS, Bart.
 
On Saturday last, Mr. William BRANTHWAITE, ironmonger, to Miss ATKINSON, both of Lancaster.
 
O [sic] Sunday se'nnight, at Durham, Mr. John BLAND, hatter, to Miss Ann HUNTER.
 
On Monday last, Lord GRAVES, son of the late Admiral GRAVES, to Lady Mary PAGET, youngest daughter of the Earl of Uxbridge.
 
On Monday se'nnight, at Gateshead, Mr. Joseph LABOURN, hemp and seed merchant, Borough, London, to Miss Jane HUNTLEY, youngest daughter of John HUNTLEY, Esq. of Gateshead.
 
DIED.

Suddenly, on Thursday morning, at Rockliff, Mrs. Henrietta BOUSTEAD, wife of Mr. Joseph BOUSTEAD, clerk to Mr. HARRISON, attorney in Penrith.
 
On Monday last, at Longtown, much respected, Mr. John BLAYLOCK, clock and watch maker.
 
On Tuesday last, Ann, wife of Henry ARMSTRONG, schoolmaster, of Stanwix, near this city, aged 49: a woman of a very amiable disposition, and greatly respected and lamented by her family and friends.
 
At Montego Bay, Jamaica, on the 5th of last April, much lamented, Mr. George IRVING, merchant, of that place, and son of the late Sir Thomas IRVING, of Blatwood, near Gretna Green.
 
On Thursday se'nnight, advanced in years, Mrs. Sarah SIMPSON, of Orton, Westmorland.
 
On the 5th ult. at Ord, in Rossshire, in the 81st year of his age, Thomas MACKENZIE, Esq. of Ord.
 
On Monday se'nnight, at Chirton, the Rev. Mr. RAE, formerly a dissenting minister at North Shields.
 
On Tuesday se'nnight, at North Shields, in the 29th year of his age, Thomas SMYTH, M. D. son of Francis SMYTH, Esq. of New Building, Yorkshire.
 
On the 13th ult. at Law-lights, North Shields, Mr. Thomas FORSTER, shipwright. He was at the siege of Quebec, in 1759, and assisted in making the coffin of General WOLFE.
 
On Monday se'nnight, at Bath, Lord Harrowby, aged 66. His eldest son, the Hon. Dudley RYDER, succeeds to the title.
 
On Saturday se'nnight, at Lentworth-Hall, in Wyersdale, near Lancaster, aged 71, Mrs. THOMPSON, sister to Richard HAWTHORNTHWAITE, of Lower-Lee, Esq.
 
In May, at Petersburgh, Madame Rose DIDELOT, formerly of the King's Theatre, London.
 
At Cockermouth, in the 51st year of her age, Mrs. WALKER, wife of Mr. Peter WALKER, bookseller, and mistress of the boarding school in that town.
 
On Wednesday se'nnight, in Strand-street, Whitehaven, Mrs. Ann LITTLE, widow, in the 81st year of her age.
 
Lately, at Bassenthwaite, Mrs. Isabella FELL, wife of Mr. Jonah FELL, at an advanced age.
 
On Tuesday se'nnight, at the house of his brother-in-law, in Pilgrim-street, Mr. Matthew LOWES, of Newcastle, aged 43.
 
Same day, Mrs. WILKINSON, wife of Thomas WILKINSON, Esq. of Binchester, and eldest daughter of the late Hon. Thomas LYON, of Hetton, in the county of Durham, aged 26.
 
On Saturday last, at Hartforth, near Richmond, in Yorkshire, in the 81st year of her age, Mrs. RAINE, wife of the Rev. Matthew RAINE, of that place, and mother of the Rev. Dr. RAINE, master of the Charter-House school, London, and of Jonathan RAINE, Esq. M. P. barrister at law.
 
At Brechin, in the 31st year of his age, and fifth of his ministry, the Rev. Robert COUTTS, one of the ministers of Brechin.
 
At the Grove, near Aberdeen, the Rev. Dr. John BROWN, of Cowhills.
 
 
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