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PROVINCIAL OCCURRENCES,

WITH ALL THE MARRIAGES AND DEATIS; Arranged geographically, or in the Order of the Counties, from North to South. * Communications for this Department of the Monthly Magazine, properly authenticated, and sent free of Postage, are always thankfully received. Those ure more particularly acceptable which describe the Progress of Locat improvements of any Kind, or which contain Eiographicul Anecuvtes or facts relative to eminent or remarkable Characters recently deceused.

NORTHUMERLAND AND DURHAM.

CUMBERLAND AND WEST MORELAND.

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At Hexham, Serjeant Robert Elliot, an MARRIED.] At Coldstream, Lieut. Potts, out pensioner of Chelsea college, 86.

of the Northumberland militia, to Miss At Alnwick, Mr. Luke Mattison, 75. Eliz. Prart, of Alnwick, second daughter of At Ferryhill, Mrs Tiplady, 74. the late Mr. Michael P. formerly of Dar At Bellingham, Mrs. Ridley. lington.

At Houghton, Mr. William Beckwith, seANewcastle, Mr. R. Common, merchant, cond son of William B. esq. of Herrington. to Miss Isabella Jones.

At Widdrington, Mr. John Annett, 78. Ac Durham, Mr. Benjamin Ord, of Moors At the Barker House, Hexhamshire, John ley Banks, to Miss Lidster, daughter of Mr. Ord, esq. sen. 80. Michael L.

At Bishop Auckland, Mrs. Atkinson. At Hexham, Mr. Thomas Elliott, to Miss At Corbridge, Mrs. Jobling, relict of Mr. Charlotte Busby, daughter of the late Rev. J. attorney, 16.-Mr. K. Gibson, formerly a Mr. B.

captain in the Northumberland milicia, 75. Died.) At Durham, aged 76, Mrs. Judith Sharp, sister of Mr. Granville Sharp, and the A long Scotch ewe, upon Mr. Lowchian's late Dr. Sharp, piebendary of Durham, and farm at Brisco, near Carlisle, bas this spring archdeacon of Northumberland.-Mrs. Mary yeaned a cup lamb, with five perfect legsa Taylor, 71.--Mr. William Forest, 65.- Mr. The fifth leg is situated near the navel. The William angus, 89. Mrs. Mowbray, 62. animal is alive, and likely to thrive. At Gateshead Fell, Mrs. Mary Errington, At the last Cockermouth district meeting

of the Workington Agricultural Society, the A: Larlington, near Barnardcastle, Mr. p:emiums were adjudged as tollows: For roadThomas Parkin, 95.

sters, to Mr. Wood, for a horse called Skiddaw, At Howicki, the Rev. Charles Thompson. the property of the Earl of Egremont.For At Monkwearmouth, Mrs. Eliz. Middleton, agricultural purposes, to Mr. Carruthers, for 99.- Mrs. Eggleston, 35.

a black horse. --Best foal, to Mr. John Harris, At Newcastle, Mrs. Jane Watson, 85. – of Greysonthen.-Second and third best to Mr. John Thompson, 99. --Miss Eliz. Nesdiit, J. C. Curwen, esq. 24. Mr. Josias Farver, 77.-Mr. John Haw Married.) A Kiiklinton, Mr. David Tate, don.-Mrs. Ann Thompson, a maiden lady, 2ged 61), to Miss Mary Little, 19. 87.-Miss Ann Hindmarzh.--Capt. (lburton At Brampton, Mr. Rubert Conkey, to Miss Wilson, 79.- Mrs. Coats, relict of Williain Ann Bulman. C. esq.--Mrs. Blagdon.--Mrs. barnes, wife At Carlisle, Mr. Edward Sarnes, to Miss of Mr. William B. bookseller. ~ Miss llansell, Hannah Wales.-Mr. Thomas Blinkinship, daughter of Mr. Richard H. 29.-Alrs. Mary to Miss Jane Lancaster. -Mr. William RayBurdon, 75 - Mr. George Storey, 60.---Mrs. Sunl, to Miss Frances Nixon. Ann Whitley.-Mr Nicholas Dixon, 62. Dieit ] At Whitehaven, Miss Mary Wade,

At Wallsend, sicar Gateshead, Mrs. Win 18.-)!r. James Fuwcett, 58. --Mrs. Eliz. ship, 77.

Gibson, 71.- Mr. John Piper, 80. Mrs. At Sunderland, Mr. Robert Armstrong, Ritsun, 71.- Mr. George Niounsey.---Mrs. 41.-Mr. Andrew Thompson, 61.

Martin, 24 -- Ir. John Ilayton, 45 -Mr. R. At Stockton, Mrs. Hannah Hixon, 91. Keswick, 5.). ---Mr. Abraham Caldbeck.

Ac Chester-le-Streel, Mr. Matthew Corner, Mr. Thomas Farrel. Mrs Forster. Mrs. 85.

Kenda l, 2.- Mrs. Hall. At Eyton Banks, Mr. Francis Evon, 75. At Necher Town, near Egremont, Mrs.

At Blyen, Mr. George Forsti, sen. son of Ann Ford, 39. the late Joseph F. esq. of Newton by the Sea. Ai Penriti), Mrs. Bird, 83.--- Mr. William

At Bolton, Mrs. Furster, reiiit oi Matthew Monkhouse, 62.-Serjoint Dempsey, of the F. esq. 77.

Cumberland militia. At Bishopwearmouth, Miss Mary Ann Kay, At Winmarley, aged OO, Ann Bourne, wife third daughter of C. J. K. esq. major of the of James Bourne, formerly or Rampool, in Sunderland voiunteers.

Cockerham. She was tie mother, grande At Washington Wood, Saralı Hutson, 100. moiber, and great grandmother to 137 chil

At Birling, near Warkworth, Mr. Hţary dren. Cramlington, 86.

At Parsonby, Mr. John Wilkinson, 83.

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At Gainsborough, Captain J. Gurnill, of transactions as well public as private; whose the Resolution sloop, York Trader, to Miss love of literature and the arts, coupled with Palethorpe, daughter of Mr. P. of Newark, liberal manners and an easy unaffected address, Notts.

rendered his society generally desirable; and Died.) At Louth, on Good Friday, aged who amidst his other pursuits, did not neglect 68, Mrs. Uvedale, relict of the late Rev. Ro- to study and observe the law, by which men bert U. D.D. rector of Langton, Aear Spilsby. shall be judged hereafter. She was the daughter of Bennet Langton, esq. At Leicester, Mrs. Suinfew.-Mrs. Deakin, of Langton, by Diana his wife, daughter of wife of Mr. D. 81.-Mr. Read, superine Edmund Turner, esq. of Stoke Rochford. It tendant of the Union Canal.- Mrs. Chawner, is remarkable that this lady had often ex. 77.-Anne, third daughter of Mr. Bradley, pressed a desire that, when she died, it might merchant, 23. Mr. John Loseby Mrs. be on a Good Friday.--Mr. William Arliss, Fox, relict of Mr. F. formerly an eminent 72.-Thomas Phillips, junior, ç. a member surgeon. of the corporation, and trustee of several At Kegworth, Catharine, relict of the Rev. cbaritable societies, 61.-Mrs. Howe. Robert Ingram, vicar of Wormingford and

At Blatheruick, near Stamford, Mrs. Wil. Boxted, Essex, 81. kinson, third daughter of Henry O'Brien, esq. At Tilcowon the Hill, Jane, the only She was subject to epileptic fits, and was daughter of Mr. Sikes. found dead in the drawing-room, where she had been left alone only a few minutes. At Brigg, John Goodwin, esq. 66.-Harry

The premium, offered for the present year, Bentley, esq. 72.

1809, by the Newcastle under Lyne and At Donington, Joseph Dods, gent. 70. Pottery Agricultural Society, are as follow: At Gainsborough, Mr. Kennington, 89, 1. For the best prepared and cleanest fallow Mrs. Dunning, wife of Captain D. of the brig for wheat, not less than ten acres, on lands Polly, London (rader.

not adabted for the cultivation of green crops, At Lincoln, Mr. Charies Seeley, 41. Mr. ready to be viewed before the 15th of Sepe Samuel Hall, 22.-Mrs. Skelton.-Miss Ann tember next, a gold medal or ten guineas. Jones, aged 17, apprentice to Miss Elizabeth 2. For raising, in the year 1809, the best Lievesley, of this city, milliner. She swal- crop of turnips, in every respect, to be tholowed poison that day at noon, and expired roughly cleansed from weeds, and properly about six in tbe evening. By the evidence and equally thinned by bocing no less than of Miss Lievesley, the young lady was at three acres, a silver medal, cup, or five guia times remarkably low-spinted, and betrayed such symptoms of unhappiness as to alarm 3. For raising, in the year 1809, the the family. This evidence induced the jury greatest quantity of cabbages, of the best to give a verdict of lunacy.

quality, for the purpose of feeding cattle, a At Heckington, Mr. William Bowles, 80. silver medal or three guineas.

At Langton, near Wragby, Miss Bartho 4. For growing, in the year 1809, by field lomew.

culture, the greatest quantity of carrots, of At Cockerington, St. Leonards, Mrs. the best quality, not less than three acres, a Thorpe, 71.

silver medal or three guineas. ai Crowle, Harriott Thomasino, youngest 5. To the person, who shall quickset, in daughter of the late Horace Cattaneo, esq. 27. the best manner, the greatest quantity of dead

At Bracebridge, near Lincoln, the Rev. or barren fence, before the 1st of May, 1810, Mr. Norton.

two guineas. At Grantham, Mr. Alderman Hemingway. 6. To the person, being tenant of the estate,

At Spalding, Dr. John Wilson, wbo for who shall drain, in the best and most durable twenty years practised in that town with great manner, not less than six acres of land, beeredit as a physician.

tween the 25th of March, 1809, and the 1st LEICESTERSHIRE.

of May, 1810, a silver medal or five guineas; Married.] At Kegworth, Mr. John At- and an additional premium of two guineas denborough, to Miss Shepperson.

offered by the executors of the late marquis of At Leicester, S. Bankart, esq. to Miss Stafford, if done by a tenant at rack rent. Stevens, eldest daughter of Richard S. esq. 7. To the person, being owner of the Mr. J. Phillips, in the banking house of estate, who sball drain, in like manner, not Mansfeld and Co. to Miss Hackett.-Mr. B. less than six acres of land, within the like Jackson, to Miss Price, daughter of Mr. P. time, a silver medal or five guineas. proprietor of the Leicester Journal.

8. To the person, who, between the 1st of Died.] At Hinckley, William Francis, January, 1809, and the 1st of January, 1810, second son of major-general Stapleton, and shall improve not less than two acres of mea. Dephew to Lord le Despencer,

dow or pasture land, not usually overfowed At Ashby de la Zouch, Mr. E. S. Pestell, in times of flood, by throwing wa'er orer it, attorney, whose extensive legal knowledge, in the most judicious and equal manner. A and indefatigable zeal, justified the selection silver cup or seven guineas; and two guiness of him for the conducting of many important more offered by the executors of the late MONTHLY MAG. NO. 184.

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At Gainsborough, Captain J. Gurnill, of transactions as well public as private; whose the Resolution sloop, York Trader, to Miss love of literature and the arts, coupled with Palethorpe, daughter of Mr. P. of Newark, liberal manners and an easy unaffected address, Notts.

rendered his society generally desirable; and Died.) At Louth, on Good Friday, aged who amidst his other pursuits, did not neglect 68, Mrs. Uvedale, relict of the late Rev. Ro to study and observe the law, by which men bert U. D.D. rector of Langton, Aear Spilsby. shall be judged hereafter. She was the daughter of Bennet Langton, esq. At Leicester, Mrs. Suinfew.--Mrs. Deakin, of Langton, by Diana his wife, daughter of wife of Mr. D. 81.-Mr. Read, superina Edmund Turner, esq. of Stoke Rochford. It tendant of the Union Canal.-Mrs. Chawner, is remarkable that this lady had often ex 77.--Anne, third daughter of Mr. Bradley, pressed a desire that, when she died, it might merchant, 23. Mr. John Loseby-Mrs. be on a Good Friday.--Mr. William Arliss, Fox, relict of Mr. F. formerly an eminent 72.-Thomas Phillips, junior, esc. a member surgeon. of the corporation, and trustee of several At Kegworth, Catharine, relict of the Rev. charitable societies, 61.--Mrs. Howe. Robert Ingram, vicar of Wormingford and

At Blatherwick, near Stamford, Mrs. Wil. Boxted, Essex, 81. kinson, third daughter of Henry O'Brien, esq. Ac Tiltowon the Hill, Jane, the only She was subject to epileptic fits, and was daughter of Mr. Sikes. found dead in the drawing-room, where she had been left alone only a few minutes.

At Brigg, John Goodwin, esq. 66. Harry The premium, offered for the present year, Bentley, esq. 72.

1809, by the Newcastle under Lyne and At Donington, Joseph Dods, gent. 70. Pottery Agricultural Society, are as follow:

At Gainsborough, Mr. Kennington, 89, 1. For the best prepared and cleanest fallow Mrs. Dunning, wife of Captain D. of the brig for wheat, not less than ten acres, on lands Polly, London trader.

not adabted for the cultivation of green crops, At Lincoln, Mr. Charles Seeley, 41.-Mr. ready to be viewed before the 15th of SepSamuel Hall, 22.Mrs. Skelton.-Miss Ann tember next, a gold medal or ten guineas. Jones, aged 17, apprentice to Miss Elizabeth 2. For raising, in the year 1809, the best Lievesley, of this city, milliner. She swal- crop of turnips, in every respect, to be tholowed poison that day at noon, and expired roughly cleansed from weeds, and properly about six in the evening. By the evidence and equally thinned by hoeing no less than of Miss Lievesley, the young lady was at three acres, a silver medal, cup, or five guitimes remarkably low-spirited, and betrayed neas. such symptoms of unhappiness as to alarm 3. For raising, in the year 1809, the the family. This evidence induced the jury greatest quantity of cabbages, of the best to give a verdict of lunacy.

quality, for the purpose of feeding cattle, a At Heckington, Mr. William Bowles, 80. silver medal or three guineas.

At Langton, near Wragby, Miss Bartho. 4. For growing, in the year 1809, by field lomew.

culture, the greatest quantity of carrots, of At Cockerington, St. Leonards, Mrs. the best quality, not less than three acres, a Thorpe, 71.

silver medal or three guineas. At Crowle, Harriott Thomasino, youngest 5. To the person, who shall quickset, in daughter of the late Horace Cattaneo, esq. 27. the best manner, the greatest quantity of dead

At Bracebridge, near Lincoln, the Rev. or barren fence, before the 1st of May, 1810, Mr. Norton.

two guineas. At Grantham, Mr. Alderman Hemingway. 6. To the person, being tenant of the estate,

At Spalding, Dr. John Wilson, who for who shall drain, in the best and most durable twenty years practised in that town with great manner, not less than six acres of land, beeredit as a physician.

tween the 25th of March, 1809, and the 1st LEICESTERSHIRE.

of May, 1810, a silver medal or five guineas ; Married.] At Kegworth, Mr. John At and an additional premium of two guineas kenborough, to Miss Shepperson.

offered by the executors of the late marquis of At Leicester, S. Bankart, esq. to Miss Stafford, if done by a tenant at rack rent. Stevens, eldest daughter of Richard S. esq. 7. To the person, being owner of the Mr. J. Phillips, in the banking house of estate, who shall drain, in like manner, not Mansfield and Co. to Miss Hackett. -Mr. B. less than six acres of land, within the like Jackson, to Miss Price, daughter of Mr. P. time, a silver medal or five guineas. proprietor of the Leicester Journal.

8. To the person, who, between the 1st of Died.] At Hinckley, William Francis, January, 1809, and the 1st of January, 1810, second son of major-general Stapleton, and shall improve not less than two acres of meanephew to Lord le Despencer.

dow or pasture land, not usually overflowed At Ashby de la Zouch, Mr. E. S. Pestell, in times of flood, by throwing warer over it, attorney, whose extensive legal knowledge, in the most judicious and equal manner. А and indefatigable zeal, justified the selection silver cup or seven guineas; and two guineas of him for the conducting of many important more offered by the executors of the late MONTHLY MAG. No. 184.

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