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Saturday 13 Jan 1816 - BMD
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 Saturday 13 Jan 1816   (p. 3, col. 3-4)

Tuesday last, at Whitehaven, the wife of James TAYLOR, of three children, one child is since dead—the other two with the mother are doing well. The husband is an apprentice to a ship carpenter.
On the 29th ult., at Alderley Rectory, Cheshire, the Lady of the Rev. Edward STANLEY, of a son.

At St. Mary's, Mr. Joseph LONG, of the parish of Burgh-by-Sands, to Isabella CARSON, of this city.
On Tuesday se'nnight, at Kirklinton, by the Rev. Mr. PATTINSON, Mr. John HOLLIDAY, of Jarriestown, to Miss Mary LITTLE, of Brackenhill.
Wednesday last, at Whitehaven, Mr. SHERWEN, pawnbroker, to Miss LISTER, daughter of Capt. LISTER of the Eleanor.
At Whitehaven:—The 1st inst., Mr. Joseph FOWLER, to Miss Jane HOLMES.—Same day, Mr. John KNIGHT, to Miss Elizabeth LINDLOW.—Lately, Mr. James FOX, to Miss Sarah MURRAY.
At Dumfries:—On Friday last, John WATSON, Esq. of London, to Melville, daughter of John M'MURDO, Esq.
The Rev. George BURDON, A. M. rector of Falstone, Northumberland, to Maria Susan, daughter of the Rev. Dr. LOCKE, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county of Surrey.
Lately, at St. Paul's Church, Liverpool, by the Rev. George MOND, Mr. George HIGHAM, aged eighty, to Miss Alice BOND, aged 26.

Last week, Jane ATKINSON, of Nanson's Lane, aged 45 years.—This week, Sarah PALMER, of Rickergate, aged 71.
On the 26th July last, at Saint Thome [sic – should be Santhome], near Madras, aged 33, John Nicholson WATTS, Esq. late of this city, a senior merchant in the East India Company's service. His death was occasioned by the breaking of a blood vessel.
On Wednesday, at Penrith, Thomas BRUNEL, weaver, aged 78.—A few days, ago, at Askham, near Penrith, Joseph HELAND, farmer.
Monday, at Whitehaven, Mrs. Sarah LISTER, a maiden lady.
At Whitehaven:—In Queen-street, Mrs. Elizabeth RAILTON, widow, aged 77.—In Wellington-street, Mrs. Jane THOMPSON, aged 44.—In Lowther-street, Mr. Alex. REED, grocer, in the 38th year of his age.
At the Cross-side, Egremont, Mrs. Elizabeth GRAYSON, a maiden lady, in the 64th year of her age.—Lately, at the same place, Mr. John GUEST, in the 100th year of his age; 80 of which he had resided in that town.
At Workington, Mrs. DAVIDSON, widow, Bellisle-place, in the prime of life.
Mrs. Jane HARKER, aged 65, one of the Society of Friends, and widow of the late Mr. Richard HARKER, of Allonby, greatly respected.
Lately, the Rev. Thomas BRIGGS, minister of Natland, near Kendal.
At New Bridge, parish of Terregles, near Dumfries, Mr. James ALLAN, aged 87. The oldest resident in the parish, and father of the celebrated portrait painter of that name.
At Dumfries, on the 2nd inst., Mr. John COURTAS, who had just commenced preacher of the gospel under the reformed synod.
On the 3rd inst. at Holehouse of Tinwald, in the 83rd year of his age, Mr. William DINWOODIE.
At Alton, in the parish of Moffat, on the 1st inst., Mr. James JOHNSTON, aged 77.
At Kirkcudbright, on the 7th inst., Mrs. BURNIE, wife of James BURNIE, Esq. writer there.
On Tuesday last, at his house, Bensham, near Gateshead, after a short illness, Mr. Thomas THOMPSON, of the firm of Thomas THOMPSON, and Co. of Newcastle, merchants, much and deservedly regretted.
At Etherley, in the chapelry of St. Helen's, Auckland, Durham, in the 90th year of his age, Mr. William CAILE, nearly seventy years the greatly respected schoolmaster of that place.
At his house, in Artillery-place, Finsbury-square, London, Miles SATTERTHWAITE, Esq., banker, aged 72.
Lately, at Elgin, Major-General Thomas DUNBAR, commander-in-chief of his Majesty's forces in the island of Tobago.
At Rendlesham Rectory, Suffolk, the Rev. Samuel HENDLEY, D.D.F.A.S. for 33 years Rector of that parish, and late Principal of the East India College, near Hertford, in his 71st year.—The Rev. Thomas KITSON, Vicar of Lamerton, and a Justice of the Peace for Devon, in his 89th year.
In London, last week, Lieut. Gen. Sir George PREVOST, Bart., aged 49 years.
A few days ago a poor man, named Thomas SALT, labourer to Mr. PALIN, of Hanley, as the funeral of one of one of his acquaintance was passing along the road, exclaimed, "Alas! what are we in this world?—Lord, have mercy upon me!" and dropped down and expired in a moment.
Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives