At Restormell Park, in this county, on the 30th of June, John Hext, Esq., aged 72 years.


At Truro, on Tuesday last, Mr. R. Cotton, exciseman, aged 52 years.


At Redruth, on Tuesday, the 26th of June, Mrs. Elizabeth Spasshatt, widow of the late Mr. Joseph Spasshatt, of Penzance, aged 83 years.  For nearly 60 years she lived to adorn her profession as a follower of the Saviour, while her death was truly that of the righteous.


On the 3rd instant, at Polsue, in the parish of St. Ewe, after a short illness, Ann, the wife of Mr. James Treffry, yeoman, aged 71 years; her end was peace.


At Manelly, near Fowey, Mr. Walter Barrett, aged 27 years, resting all his hope of salvation on the Rock, Christ.


At St. Austell, on Friday last, Joseph Titus, second son of Mr. Titus Geach, aged four years and a half.


At Port Isaac, on the 3rd instant, William, son of Capt. Henry Carter, of the smack “Tamar”. 






At Hayle, on Thursday the 4th instant, aged 22 years, Mr. Thomas Ellis, son of Mr. Christopher Ellis, spirit-merchant.


Last week, at his residence, Camden Town, London, after a long and painful illness, which he bore with great fortitude, Mr. Dunkin, formerly of Truro, much regretted by his family and friends.


On Saturday last, at Penzance, after a long and severe illness, borne with great patience, Mr. John Rodda, butcher, aged 63 years.


At Ludgvan, on Monday last, Mr. John Hand, aged 64 years.  His end was peace.


On the 9th instant, of consumption, Donald, the beloved and only son of D. Alder, Esq., of Dalston-place, Middlesex, aged 23 years.


On Friday last, at Trevellan, in the parish of Probus, in consequence of a fall from his horse, Mr. F. James, aged 46 years, for many years a respectable farmer in that parish.  The deceased was much respected by a large circle of acquaintance, and has left a widow and nine young children to deplore their loss.


At Mylor, on Wednesday, the 11th instant, the wife of Mr. Rundle, yeoman, aged 56 years.


At Stonehouse, on Thursday, the 28th ult., Mr. J. Jeffery, superannuated shipwright in the Dock yard, aged 75 years.  An eccentric practice had been for upwards of fifty years, adopted by him of carrying in his mouth a sprig of myrtle, when he derived the cognomen of “Myrtle”; he was never seen without it even in his work.  He was an inoffensive, unassuming man, and bore an excellent character.


At Newport, Barnstaple, aged 22, and after a long illness, Frederick Clarke, printer, son of Commander Richard William Clarke, R.N.  The deceased was a young man of great promise, and highly esteemed by a large circle of friends and acquaintance.




On Wednesday last, at his residence, Pydar-street, Truro, after a long and most painful illness, Mr. Samuel Milford, in the 26th year of his age, greatly and deservedly respected by his family and friends.


On the 19th instant, after an illness of a few hours, at the house of her Nephew, Charles Shell, Esq., of Bridport, Miss Charlotte Milford, of Truro, aged 71 years.  Her worth and disinterestedness of character will be long and affectionately remembered by her relatives and friends.


At Truro, on Monday morning, aged 20 years, the beloved daughter of Mr. P. Mitchell.  Called from this world of sorrow in the bloom of youth, she cheerfully obeyed the summons, and yielded back her spirit to Him that gave it, in the sure and certain hope of a blessed immortality, secured by the merits of that gracious Redeemer who was both in life and death her only consolation and support.


On Tuesday last, at Truro, William, only son of Mr. T. Barlow, painter, aged 12 months.


At Truro, on the 14th instant, Ann, the wife of Mr. John Jewell, late drum-major of the Royal Cornwall and Devon Miners Militia, aged 59 years.


At Truro, on Monday last, after a long and painful illness which he bore with great patience, Thomas, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Tucker, coach-painter, aged 14 years.  His hope was in the Redeemer, and his end was peace.


At Bodmin, on Monday last, the wife of Mr. Chapple, architect, aged 68 years.


On Thursday the 26th instant, John, son of Mr. McIlwraith, grocer, aged four years.


At Little Petherick, on Sunday last, after a protracted illness, which he bore with Christian resignation, Mr. Richard Osborn, aged 76 years.


At Helston, on the 23rd instant, after a lingering illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude and pious resignation to the Divine will, Mr. Thos. Sleeman, wine and spirit merchant, aged 63 years, deeply lamented by all who knew him.


At Helston, on the 22nd instant, John, the son of Mr. Wm. Deeble, veterinary surgeon, aged 5 months.


At Helston, on the 24th instant, the wife of Mr. Thos. Saunders, gardener, aged 55 years.


On the 24th instant, at Feock, Mr. John Crowle, aged 83 years.


At Barnstaple, on the 13th instant, the Rev. Alexander Weir, Wesleyan Minister, aged 55 years.


Suddenly, at Hayle, on Saturday last, Mr. John Phillips, clock and watchmaker, aged 45.


On the 18th of December, of apoplexy, at Sydney, New South Wales, deservedly lamented, in the 34th year of his age, Thomas James Gluyas, Commander of the ship “Bee”, trading from Sydney to New Zealand, and second son of Mr. Oliver Gluyas, of St. Michael’s Mount.


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