At his house, in Fisher-street, on Monday last, the 20th inst. after a long and painful illness, aged 54 years, John CONNELL, Esq. deeply and deservedly regretted by his friends, and most justly respected by all who knew him.
In Botchergate, on Monday last, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian meekness, Mary, the wife of Mr. William MILBURN, joiner, aged 39; youngest daughter of Mr. Robert SCHOLES, of Halifax,—much and deservedly respected by all her friends and acquaintance.
Wednesday, at Upperby, near this city, Samuel BATY, labourer, advanced in years.
Yesterday week, at Penrith, Mr. John ROUTLEDGE, aged 35.
Wednesday last, at Cockermouth, Mr. George JONES, mercer, of the Society of Friends, aged 59, universally respected.
At Workington, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Frances HARRISON, widow of the late Capt. HARRISON, of that town.
Wednesday week, in Whitehaven, aged 53, Mrs. BENSON, wife of Mr. Wm. BENSON, and eldest daughter of the late Henry ELLISON, Esq.
Same day and place, aged 52, Mrs. HODGSON, widow of the late Mr. Thos. HODGSON, plumber and glazier.
Saturday, at same place, Mrs. BOWES, widow.
Saturday last, Samuel CASTLE, Esq. clerk of the crown for the county of Durham, and a solicitor of the first respectability.
Lately, at the Riding Mills, Durham, Margaret BROWN, aged 102.
Yesterday week, aged 74, Mr. Joseph MARSHALL, of Newcastle.
On Wednesday, 22d inst. at Kendal, after a short indisposition, Mr. Wm. NUTTER, aged 37 years, eldest son of the late Mr. H. NUTTER, painter, Carlisle. His talents as a painter shone conspicuous in every department.
Monday, Mr. Geo. GRAHAM, of Underbarrow, aged 63.
Yesterday week, Mrs. BROUGH, of Sedgwick, aged 84.
At Maxwelltown, by Dumfries, on the 17th inst. Mr. Thomas ALLBURY.
At Dumfries, on the 15th, Mr. Walter CARRUTHERS.
Same place, on Sunday, Elizabeth CAVENS.
At Stranraer, on the 8th, John M'CREE, Esq. formerly of Jamaica.
At Auchencairn, parish of Kirkmahoe, on the 9th inst. James CRICHTON, Esq.
The 14th inst, in London, Joseph FORSYTH, M. D. lately from Jamaica, aged 20; eldest son of Philip FORSYTH, Esq. of Nithsdale.
The 11th inst. in London, aged 60, Lady TURNER, relict of Sir J. C. TURNER, and daughter of the late William CRAMLINGTON, Esq. one of the aldermen of Newcastle.
The 11th inst. aged 70 years, Mr. Maurice MARGARAT, who was tried before the Court of Justiciary in Scotland in 1796, on a charge of sedition, and transported to Botany Bay for 14 years, with some others. He was the only one who survived the term of banishment to return home.
At Balleycowan, near Purdysburn, Wm. BITTLE. When a youth, he was at the last capital horse race contested on Lamberg course, 106 years ago. He has left a son and daughter, only 18 or 20 years younger than himself. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives