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WITH All The MARUIAGKS And DEATHS; Arranged geographically, or in the Order of the Counties, front North to Sonth.

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At Grange, nearEgremont, Mr. John Cook. At Wigron, Miss Stockdaie.— Mr. John Monkhouse.—Mrs. Barker, wife of the Rev. Mr. B. of HoIme-CoUram

At Newby, Westmoreland, Mr. Robert Camplin, a very respectable yeoman, fi'J. He ucnt to hed in gooJ health and spirits, With a grandson, who was greatly alarmed in the morning, on discovering his grandfather to be dead, and appearing in as composed a stale as if asleep. lie wa* a great admirer of, and proficient in, sacred muVic; and the most excellent counter-tenor in the vicinity.

At Mockerkin, Loweswater, Whs Mary Bushby.

At Hrampton Hall, Mrs. Powlcy, 79.

At Kendal, Mr. John Empson —Mrs.Taylor, wife of Mr. T. master of the Bluecoat Hospital, 36.—Robert, second son of the Rev. John Harrison, dissenting minister, 21-—Mr. John Bulfield.

At Cailisle, Mr. fames Rome, C8.—Mr. Robcit ill-icklock, 3D.—Kaward Routledge, private in the king's bedy guards, a native of this city. He had been personally eng'.ged in eight general engagements, besides minor actions, in Holland, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Portugal, &c. &c.—Mrs. J^nc Dodgson, 58.—Mrs. Sarah Todd, 77.—Mrs. Jane Johnston, (10.

At Hayton, Mr. Wills, 35.

At Workington, Mr. John Askew, attorney, 34.

At Maryport, Miss Mary Pcanon, 31.

At Brampton, Mr. George Little, 21.— Mrs. Jackson.

AtThurstenfield, Mr?. Betty Frizzle, 85.

At Kurgh, Mr. Isaac Lonsdale, 31.

At Cargill Hall, near Lgremont, Taney daughter of Mr. Wordsworth, solicitor, 13.

At Egreraont, Mr. Leach. —Mrs. Isabella Thompson.—Mr. Thomas Rogers.

At Middleton Place, in the parish of Correy, IMi s. B<-nn> Gl; and two days afterwards, her* husband, Joseph Benn, esq. 57, one of his Majesty's justices of the peace for this county. Their remains were interred in one grave. Th**y were apparently in good health on the Sunday preceding their death.


It appears from the Report of the'.state of the Blue-coat boys and Grey-coat girls Charity-schools of York, that the disbursements in the last year exceeded the annual income to the amount of SS'Jl. 6s. lid. a circumstance that cai;not but be lamented by every friend to an economical and well-regulated institution, the benefits of which to society in general, are acknowledged to be incalculable. It is hoped, therefore, that from the benevolence of a hurrune and generous public, its income may not only be proportioned to the present expenditure, but that a chirity, which has for its object the feeding, clothme, and religious educvion of orphan and indigent children, may be to far renovated, as to be

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Aggregate Increase in pieces 611

Decrease in yards 53,419

, It will appear extraordinary, without some 'explanation,thitaliltough there has been aninCrense in the number ol pieces, the E^p.reptc decrease in yards should exceed 53,0(H). This peculi irity is, we believe, to be accounted for Jrom the pieces made for military clothing, cr which there have teen an unusual quantity during the last year, bring of shorter lengths than those made for the regular traui.'On reference ro the returns of the three last yeais, it will appear that our staple manufacture is gradually on the decline. In 1CC7, the decrease in yards was 211,294

1808, there was a still farther

decrease of. 1,637,013

1809, notwithstanding the large

army contracts, there
proves to be a further

decrease of 53,409

At the late meeting of the Holderness Agricultural Society, at Hedon, a silver cup, of the value of five guineas, was adjudged to Mr. William Billaney, of Arnold, for shewing the best bull ; and three guineas to Robert Bell, esq. of Roos, for the second best bull. A lavge assemblage of agriculturists were highly gratified not only with the excellence of the animais for which the prizes were adjudged, but of some of the others which were shewn; and it was the general opinion, that they were much better than those kept in Jio'dcmess a few years since. At the same time, two guineas were adjudged to Mr. John Pearson, of Hedon, for exhibiting the best boar. It may reasonably be hoped, that the exertions of this very useful suciety will excite such a beneficial emulation in the district in which it exists, as to cause every gruzier and farmer to vie with hU neighbour, both as to the excellence of his stock, and the cultivation of his land.

Married*"] At Gai-.borough, Mr. Thomas Simpson, of Nanihorpe, ncir Stokesley, to Miss Ann Lee, second daughter of James L. esq. of Pinchingthorne.

At York, William Kaven, esq. of Hartshorn Hjiu Derbyshire, to Lucy, daughter of the lite Mr. William Blown.

At Halifax, James Haley, e?q. to Miss E. Patchctt, second daughter of Mr. P.

Died.] At Hull, a3ed 84, Mr- Philip Alfncw. He was found dead in his yard, near a piece of wood, which he hail been seen a short time before in the act of chopping. He was master of a pilot-brat at the time Paul Jones was upon that coast; and falling in with a ship captured by that notorious character, the prize-master of which was dissatisfied, he tojk charge of her, and brought her into the Ilumber,—Thomas Jackson, esq. many years an elder brother of the Trinity-house, 77.— John Voase, esq. merchant, 63.— Mr, R. R. Baines, many years governor of the goal for this town.

At Leeds, aged Q9, Captain John Paul, of the 3.LJd regiment, on the recruiting service in Leeds. He was a very gallant ofiicer, and particularly distinguished himself at one of the most memorable events in military

history, the storming of fcseririgapatam Mr?.

Dove.—Mr. William Cluugh, 68.—Mr. Isaac Rjmington.

At He worth Grange, near York, Mr3. Bourne, wife of William 15. eiq, '23.

At Scarborough, Mrs. Dale, wife of Sedgefield D. esq.—Mr. John Kcitlcy; and the following day, his wife, Mrs. K..

At Skcwk'uk, near Green Mamrmrton, Ursula, second daughter of H. Tenanr, c<q. 16.

At West Mills, Mirfield, Mi-s Maria tituok, only daughter of the late S. P. e^q. 17.

At Osbaldwick, near York, Mrs. Willis, wKe of the Rev. J. W. and diughtcr of the late Rev. John Sarrande, rector of Suttonupon-Derwent and Elvinijcon.

At Dunnington Lodge, near York, John Lister, genr. He served the office of sheriff tot that city in 1791.

At Doncaster, Lieut. Wejterman, of the SOth foot, 22.

At York, Mrs. Cecilia Maughan, relict of John M. esq. 69.—Mr. William Wearjieril], Si*. — Mr. John Jackson, 70.—Mrs. Morritr, relict of John Lawrey M. e q. of Rokeby Park.—Maria, youngest daughter of William Bayldon, esq. 17.

At Beverley, Mri. Susannah Dickons, a maiden lady, sister of Thomas D. esq. one of the aldermen of that corporation, 7U.—Mr. John Andrew.

At North Cave, Mr. A. Foster, 85.

At Wig hilt Grange, Mri. Wright, 93.

AtFcrriby, Mrs. Johnson, 85.

At Northallerton, Henry-Todd, esq. 72.

At Wentley, near Bedale, Thomas Maude,

At Masbro, Mrs. Pye, jelict of the Ret. John P. of Sheffield, 81.

At Ca-np Hal!, near Leeds, Thomas, son of John, WiUon, esq.


At the annual meeting of the vestry of the parish of Liverpool, hctd as usual, at the Ol J Church, t!-e state of the parish finances was lai.! before the meeting as follows: Total expenditureatthe workhouse; allowances to the Cut.poor; for the house of correction, lunatics,militia, salaries, and incidents for the last year £35,09-1 19 4

The taxes uncollected to the 2jth March ult. (allow, ant-e being made for probable bad debu) are estimated at 15,000 0 0

Stock of provisions and other articles in the workhouse on the 25th March is, per valuation 4,591 5 %

Thedehts owing by the parish on the same day ire estimated at 11,576 18 3 So tint the balance in favour

of the pari:h is 7,814 7 0

The average number of paupers in the workhouse from the jlst March, 1H08, to the 2.5th March, 1809, has been 1142 persons.— The increase of the out-door ]>oor hai been very considerable; but from the attention of the parish officers, and the late churchwardens in particular, the urmest economyhas been practised j and the same rates as last yrjr, it is expected, will be suriiuent, provided the parish is burthened with n-> of the miiitii, or other unforeseen expsnecs.

The public labours of Mr. Lincaster, and his recent visit to Manchester, with a view to exp! iin and recommend his admirable system of education, has impressed the minds or a number or' respectable inhabitants of that town, \\'\ h a strong d.-sire, to institute, upon a brt id bas-s, a school on this plan, for the gratuitous instruction of the poor children of this t1 wn, in reading, writing, and such fundamental rules or arithmetic as may be necessary fur tUc gentral pnipwei of business, every d-ty in the week, except Saturday afternoon; and that it he always recommended, that, on Sunday, all the children attend some uf the Sundiy schoj)1-, or along with those schools, some of the pi ice* of worship, with both of which tho town is amply provided. A subscription hjs bt".*n cnmmenciM in order to provide lor the exp'.nccj nccssarily connected with the execution of this plan, and to procure, besides a moderate safiry (or the master, a buiiim^ sufficiently extensive for so large a number of children as arc expected to attenJ.

AfjrrieJ.] At Yap'on, Mr. J. Rogeri, tailor, horse-doctor, and tuoth-dnwer, aged 60, to Mis. Anne Stag's, wiaow, ajrd 84 ycjis. A jraudion of the bride gave her

away, away, and her grand-daughter officiated as bride's maid.

At Blackburn, Mr. James Abbott, of Liverpool. toMissEliz. Porter, ot Pleasington.

At Preston, Richard Prescot, esq. of Dalton, near Ormskirk, to Miss Addison, only daughter of the late Mr. A. of Ruft'ord Lodge.

At Liverpool, Captain John Sinclair, of the ship Mercury, to Miss Eliz. Dagnia, daughter of the late Captain D.—Mr. Thomas Heaton, bookseller, to Miss Taylor.—Mr Thomas Staler, of London, mcrch.-mt, to Miss Chadwick.—Mr. Knowles, ot Ormskirk, to Miss Kro«n, only daughter of the late R. B. esq. • t Formley.

Died.] At Lancaster, Mrs. Mary Miller, 90.—Mrs. Kilshaw, 86—Mrs. Noble, 75.— Mr. George Barwise.

At Ulverston, Mrs. Sunderland, wife of Thomas S. esq. 65.

At Grange, near Cartmel, Mr. Richard Mounsey,97.

At Rochdale, Miss Hamer, only daughter of George H. esq. 22.

At Liverpool, Thomas, the youngest son of William Coupland, esq.—Mrs. Bards-well, wife of Mr. Charles B. attorney, ,'17.—Mr. James Paul, 21.—Mrs. Mary Sill, 67.—Mr. Richard Brookficld.—Mr. John Sugdcn.— Mr. Richard Kendall, 15.—Mrs. Goldson.— Mrs. Sharplis, 67.—Lieutenant Thomas Phillips, forty-nine years a commissioned officer of the royal marines, 67.—Mr. J. Tippin, 97. He has left behind him 140 children, grandchildren, and great grand-children.—Mrs. Jones, wife of Mr. J. ot the York Hotel, 54. —The Rev. Mr. HarrisQn, vicar of St. John's, Margate, 72.—Mr. John Hopley, 46.—Mrs. Fox.

At Knowsley Hall, Mrs. Brown, forty-five years housekeeper in ihe family of the Earl of Derby, 65.

At Wigan, Mr. Peter Gaskell, 36.

At Ditton, Mr. John Craven, 82.

At Winstanley Hall, near Urgan, Mrs. Bankes, wife of Meyrick B. esq. and daughter of the Rev. Edmund Lally, 37.

At Penny Bridge, near Ulverfton, Mr. Matthew Glasse.

At Spridlington, Mr. George Grantham, 95. He had been clerk and sexton of the parish sixty-two years.

At Manchester, Mrs. Siddal—Mr. William Spencer Mrs. Petty, wife of Mr. William J*.

At Warrington, Mrs. Agnes Penketh.

At Preston, Mrs. Clough.—Mr. Kirby.

At Broughton, Miss Ellen Whitlord.

At Wavertree, Ellen, wife of Mr. George Welsh, 23.


Married.] At Knutsford, the Rev. le Dixon, to Miss Drake, daughter of the late Thomas D. esq.

At Chester, Mr. James Ritson, of Liverpool, to Mist Hartley, aiuthtci tf Mt. William H.

At Sandbach, Eenjaniin Wilson, esq. of Ardwi'k, to Miss Mary Wilson.

At Prestbury, Joshua Wood. esq. of Macclesfield, to Mrs. Nicholls, relict of the late Mr. N. of Walsall.

At Runcorn, Mr. Knijht, of Stafford, to Miss Margaret Parsons, of Rigly.

Died.] At Tarvin, of a mortification, occasioned by the bite of a dog, Mr. John Knott, 102.

At Chester, Mr. George Huxley.—Mr. Colin Robinson, 79.—Mrs. Briscoe.—Miss Crewe.

At Nantwich, Mr. George Stanton, comedian.

At Pulford, ihe Rev. T. Burrowes, rector of that place.


Married] At Scropton, Mr. William Knivcton, of Church Broughton, to Miss K. Manlove.

At Brassington, Mr. George Toplis, to •Miss Mary Millington.

At Derby, Mr. John Fountain, to Miss. Sarah Cockayne.

Diid.] At Chesterfield, Mr. John White, 74.—Mrs. White, wife of Mr. Thomas W. lusururly a bookseller.

At Plumley, Mrs. Pedlcy, 7t.

At Shardlow, Mrs. Moore, 54.

At Foston, Mr. Thomas Wall.

At Toadhole Furnace, Mr. William Hopkinson, 80.

At Mack worth, Mrs. Chambers, relict of the Rev. Mr. C. of Stretton-en-le-Fields, 75.

At Derby, M-. W. H. Wood, first clerk in the banking house of Beliairs and Co. 32.—" Mr. Robert Nurse, 69.


Married.] At Nottingham, Mr. Elijah Adams, to Miss Catharine Abbott,—Francis Hart, esq. to Miss Id uish, daughter of the late Mark H. esq.

Died.] At Mansfield, Mrs. Isabella Clarke, mistress of a boarding-school for young ladies, 76.

At Newark, Mrs. Shackles, 76.—Mr Richard Kitchingman.

At Bull well, on the day on which he completed his 80th year, Mr. Robert Walch.

At Bingham, Mr. Shilton, 72.

At Wilford, Miss Farnsworth, eldest daughter of Mr. F. of Nottingham.

At Nottingham, Mr. Barwick. —Mrs. Roughton, 88.—Mr. Burrows, 46.—Mies Maria Wright, 22.


Married.] At Grimsby, Mr. Edward Carritt, to Mi.-, Lister, only daughter of H. L. esq. mayor of Grimsby.

At Lincoln, Mr. Mumby, to Mrs. Malam. The bridegroom has nine children, and the bride eleven.

At Knaith, near Gainsborough, Captain T> Salmon, of the brig Mais /Unit, to Mrs. Wrctile,


At Gainsborough, Captain J. Gurnill, of the Resolution sloop, York Trader, to Miss Palethorpc, daughter of Mr. P. of Newark, Notts.

Died.] At Louth, on Good Friday, aged fiH, Mrs. Uvedale, relict of the late Rev. Robert U. D.D. rector of Lang ton, near Spilsby. She was the daughter of Bennet Langton, esq. uf Lington, by Diana his wife, daughter of Edmund Turner, e*q of Stoke Rochfurd. It' is remarkable that this lady had often expressed a desire that, when she died, it might be on a Good Friday.—Mr. William Ailiss, 72.—Thomas Phillips, junior, esq. a member of the corporarion, and trustee of seveial charitable societies, 61.—Mrs Howe.

At Blatucrwick, near Stamford, Mrs. Wilkinson, third daughter of Henry O'Brien, esq. She was subject to tpjlepric tits, ind was found dead in the drawing-room, where s,he had been left alone rmly a lew minutes.

At Brigg, Jolm Goodwin, esq. 66.—Harry Bent ley. esq. 7'.'.

Ac Domngton, Joseph DrMs, gent. 70.

At Gainsborough, Mr. Kennin^ron, 8^.— Mrs. Dun' jr.g, wife of Captain D. of the brig Polly, London trader.

At Lincoln, Mr. Charles Seeley, 41.—Mr. Samuel Hall, TZ.~-Mrs. Skelton.—Mi« Ann Jones, a^ed 17, apprentice to Miss Elizabeth t.ievealey, of this city, milliner. She swallowed poison that day at noon, and expired about six in the evening. by the evidence of Miss Lievesley, the young lady was at times remarkably low-spirted, and betrayed such symptoms of unhappiness as to alarm the family. This evidence induced the jury to give a verdict or lunacy.

At Heckington, Mr. William Bowles, 80.

At Lungton, near Wragby, Miss Bartholomew.

At Cockerington, St. Leonards, Mrs. Thorpe, 71.

At Crowle, Harriott Thomasino, youngest daughter of the late Horace Cattaneo, esq. 27.

At Bracebndgt, near Lincoln, the Rev. Mr. Norton.

At Grantham, Mr. Alderman Hemingway.

At Spalding, Dr. John Wilson, who for twenty ye*rs practised in that town with great credit zt a physician.


Ntarr'md,] At Kegworth,-. Mr. John Attenborough, to Miss Sheppcnon.

At Leicester, S. Bankarr, esq. to Miss Stevens, eldest daughter of Richaird S. esq.— Mr. J. Phillips, in the banking house of Mansfield and Co. to Miss Hackett—Mr. B. Jackson, to Miss Price, daughter of Mr. P. proprietor of the Leicester Joarnal.

Dted.] At Hinckley, William Francis, second son of major ger.eral Stapleton, and nephew to Lord le Desp^ncer.

At Ashby de la Zouch, Mr. F. S. PeMell, attorney, whose extensive lejal knowledge, and indefatigable zeal, justified the selection of h m for the conducting of many important

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transaction! as well public as private; whose love of literature and the arts, coupled wictt liberal manners and an easy unaffected address, rendeied his society generally desirable} and who amidst his other pursuits, did not neglect to srudy and observe the law, by which men shall be judged hereafter.

At Leicester, Mrs buinfew.—Mrs Deikin, wi'e of Mr. D. 81.—Mr. Read, superintendantofthe Union Canal.—Mrs. Chawner, 77.—Anne, third daughter of Mr. Bradley, merchant, 23.—Mr. John Loseby.—Mrs. Fox, relict of Mr. F- formerly an eminunt surgeon.

At Kegworth, Catharine, relict of the Rev. Hubert Ingram, vicar of Wormingfurd and Boxted, Essex, 81.

At Tiltowon the Hill, Jane, the only daughter of Mr. Sikcs.


The premium, offered for the present year, 1809, by the Newcastle unJer Lyne and lottery Agricultural Sacicry, are as follow i

1. For the best prepared and cleanest fallow for wheat, not less than ten acres, on land) not adabted for the cultivation of green crops, ready to be viewed belore the 15th of September next, a gold medal or ten guineas.

2. For raising, in the year 1809, the best crop of turnips, in every respect, to be thoroughly cleansed from weeds, and properly and equally thinned by hoeing no less than three acres, a silver medal, cup, or five guineas.

o. For raising, in the year 1809, the greatest quantity of cabbages, of the best quality, for the purpose of feeding cattle, a silver meddl or three guineas.

4- For growing, in the year 1809, by field culture, the greatest quantity of carrots, of the best quality, not less than three acres, a silver medjl or three guineas.

5. To the person, who shall quickset, in the best manner, the greatest quantity of dead or barren fence, before the 1st of May, 1810, two guineas.

6. To the person, being tenant of the estate, who shall drain, in the best and most durable manner, not less than six acres of land, between rhe 2,ith of March, 1809, and the 1st of May, 1810, a stiver medal or five guineas; and an additional premium of two guineas offered by the executors of the late marquis of Stafford, if done by a tenant at rack rent.

7. To the person, being owner of the estate, who shall drain, in like manner, not less than six acres of land, within the like time, a silver medal or five guineas.

8. To the person, who, between the 1st of,"] January, 1809, and the 1st of January, 1810, shall improve not less than two acres of meadow or pasture land, not usually overflowed in times of flood, by throwing waer over it, in the most judicious and equal manner. A silver cup or seven guineas $ and two guineas more offered by the, executors of the Ute

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