At Truro, on Tuesday, the 22nd ult., George, son of Mr. George Lord, butcher, aged 3 years.


On Saturday last, at Truro, Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. Crews, aged 3 years. 


At St. Mawes, on the 22nd ult., Mr. R. O. James, sen., late of Falmouth, and for many years a merchant at Lisbon, aged 68 years.


On Friday last, at Methroes, St. Mewan, Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr. George Hennah, of St. Austell, aged 5 years.


At Bodmin, on Friday the 25th of May, universally respected and beloved, Mrs. Eliot, widow of the late Rev. Richard Eliot, vicar of Maker; she was in her 80th year.



At Paul, this week, Mrs. Jane Wren, aged 97 – 60 years a Wesleyan.


At Tregony, on the 20th instant, Victoria, the infant twin daughter of Capt. Middlecoat.


At Helston, on Saturday last, Jane Hicks, eldest daughter of Mr. John Ash, mercer and tailor, aged 10 years; also on Wednesday, Mr. Hollacome, tailor &c., aged 67 years.


On the 23rd ult. at Trewanta Parks, in the parish of Lewannick, Mr. Somer, aged 86 years.


At Launceston, May 28, Mrs. Atkins, wife of Mr. C. Atkins, of the North Gate Inn.


On the 16th ult., at Exeter, Lieut. Arthur Brooking, R.N. (1812).  This gentleman was a zealous and active officer, and his very quick passages from Falmouth to Lisbon during the many years he was in command of H. M. schooner “Pike”, is well recollected by many of our readers.  When he unfortunately lost the “Pike” in the West Indies, the sentence of dismissal from the service was too much for his sensitive feelings, and although afterwards restored to his rank in the service, it had been observed by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance that he never recovered his wonted cheerfulness; he has left two orphan daughters to mourn their loss.  He was interred at St. Petrox, Dartmouth, and his funeral was attended by most of the principal inhabitants; as also the officers of the Coast Guard, and crews of that force, and the three revenue cruisers of that Port.   


On the 11th ult., in London, at the home of Mrs. Walpole, sone of his daughters, Thomas Andrew Knight, Esq., of Dowston Castle, Herefordshire, in the 80th year of his age.  Mr. Knight was particularly distinguished as a vegetable physiologist, and was an intimate friend of the late Sir Humphrey Davy, by whom he was thus remembered in the will of that illustrious philosopher: - “I wish seals with a fish engraved upon them to be given to some of my friends, amongst whom I mention Mr. Knight, Dr. Babington, Mr. Pepys, and Mr. Hatchett.” 






At Truro, on Wednesday, the 6th instant, Mrs. Susannah Rowe, wife of the late Mr. Samuel Rowe, aged 73 years.


At Ludgvan, on Tuesday last, Mr. Richard Oats, aged 29 years.


On the 1st of June, in London, Samuel Stone, Esq., aged 74 years, the last of the Stones, of Bodmin.


At Penzance, on Monday last, Mr. Richard Coulson, eldest son of Mr. Richard Coulson, painter.


At Perranarworthal on the 25th ult., after a lingering illness, Mr. Joseph Drew, aged 50 years.


At Helston, on Friday last, the infant daughter of Mr. Nicholas Uren.


At St. Ives, Mrs. Blanch Hichens, aged 90 years, she had been blind for the last 15 years; also, the infant child of Capt. T. Williams. 


On Wednesday last, at St. Austell, after a lingering illness, Mr. Francis Stocker, sen., aged 68 years.


On the 4th of May last, at his house, Kingstown, Dublin, in the 67th year of his age, the Rev. C. Mayne, Wesleyan Minister.


On Thursday the 31st ult., in Trafalgar Place, Strike, after a painful illness of twelve months, which she bore with Christian fortitude, the lady of Colonel Jennings.


On the 31st ult., at his residence Bartholomew yard, Exeter, Mr. John Dymond, aged 77 years; he was a valuable and highly .. of civil society, as well as of the religious Society of Friends, among whom he had been a Minister upwards of 60 years.





On the 11th of April last, of fever, at the Island of Ascension, Capt. William Bate, of the Royal Marines, Commandant of that Island, and son of the late Mr. Bate, of Trennick, near Truro.  In this gallant officer the service has sustained a severe loss; whilst his .. is bereft by his death of one of its brightest ornaments.  He had seen much service, and distinguished himself on several occasions during the war, previous to his appointment as Adjutant of the Chatham Division, which he held for ten years; on promotion he retired from his Adjutaney with every demonstration of respect that could possibly be conferred upon him by his brother officers and the division.  During ten years that he held the command at Ascension, his exertions were ..mitting [unremitting?]and successful in the erection of public works, and in obtaining supplies of water and vegetables for the use of the African cruisers and homeward bound ships that touched at that station.  Five orphans are left to lament the loss of one of the best and most affectionate of parents, while an exemplary [career] of  nearly forty years will endear his memory to his brother officers and an extensive circle of acquaintances.


On Friday last, at the residence of his uncle, Mr. T. Hicks, Kenwyn-street, Truro, where he had been on a visit from London, for the benefit of his health, Mr. Thomas Thomas, printer, aged 21 years.  He was a kind and dutiful son.


On Sunday last, at Truro, the infant son of Mr. Burnett, iron founder.


At Penzance, on the 10th instant, Anne, the youngest daughter of Mr. Alexander Marracki, a young lady who to great loveliness of person, attractive …, and the gentlest disposition, added unaffected piety, and departed in the fullest assurance of a glorious immortality.


On Sunday last, at Tregellas, Probus, Mr. Philip Brewer, for many years a respectable farmer of that parish, aged 81 years; his end was peace.


At St. Austell, on Thursday (yesterday), Mrs. Barlow, wife of Mr. Samuel Barlow, painter, aged 53 years.


On his passage to China, on board of the ship “Eleanor,  Mr. John Morris, mate, son of the late Mr. Morris, of the New Inn, Truro, aged 28 years.


At Fowey last week, Mrs. Nickels, aged 83 years; Mr. Burgan, aged 32 years; and Mrs. P. Dixon, aged 7[5] years.


On the 8th instant,  at Porth,  Lower St. Columb, Capt. J. Nicholls, formerly of the smack “Sarah Anne”, aged 37 years.


Suddenly, at Newlyn, on Sunday last, Mrs. Elizabeth Maddison, wife of J. B. Maddison, aged 54 years. 


At St. Ewe, on Friday last, Mr. Arthur May, jun., aged 33 years.


At Polkerris, on Tuesday, the 6th instant, Mr. W. Sloggett, aged 54 years.  Also, on the following Monday, Charles, son of Lieut. Hodge, R.N., aged 7 years.


At Selley’s Hotel, Falmouth, on the 11th instant, Louis O’Brien, Esq., of Green Park, Rostrever [?], Ireland, and late of the 76th regiment, aged 23 years.  


On Wednesday last, at his father’s house, Liskeard, Mr. T. M. Daniell, surgeon, late of Helston, aged ..8 years; he bore his illness with Christian fortitude.


At Bideford, Miss Sarah Bartlett, sister to Wm. Bartlett, Esq., barrister-at-law.


At Woodbury, on the 8th instant, in his 78th year, Jacob Butter, Esq., the father of Dr. Butter, of Falmouth.  He practiced the medical profession for nearly 60 years, with great credit to himself and … to the public.  He was respected by the rich, and beloved by the poor for his kindness and attention in sickness, and for the relief he afforded to their wants and afflictions.


On the 8th instant, in Cavendish-square, Edmund P..fen Bastard, Esq., of Kitley, Devon, during several Parliaments M.P. for that county.







On the 1xth instant, at Falmouth, Mr. Spargoe, aged 23 years, after an illness of 15 months which he bore with resignation.


At Lostwithiel, on the 5th instant, Mrs. Hender, wife of Mr. Hender, brazier and plumber, aged 30 years; and on the 14th, William Wallace, son of the above, aged eight months.


At Trewalder, near Camelford, on Sunday last, Mr. John Bate, aged 80 years.


Lately, in the Lunatic Asylam, Bodmin, Mr. James Fry, Innkeeper, of St. Teath Church-town.


On Wednesday last, deeply lamented by a disconsolate husband and children, and a large circle of friends, Mrs. Jane Julian, wife of Mr. Thomas Julian, of Trevigo in the parish of St. Miniver; - she bore her illness, which was severe, with Christian fortitude, and died in the hope of a glorious resurrection, through the merits of her blessed Redeemer.


At St. Austell, on Monday the 11th instant, Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. Stephen Benallack, aged 30 years.


At Porthpean, on Sunday last, David, youngest son of Mr. John Chapman, aged 18 months.


At Trevera [or Trevena] , near St. Ives, Mr. William Baragwarnath, aged 53 years, much beloved and respected by all who knew him.


At Ludgvan, on Monday last, Mrs. Ann Cattran, aged 79 years.


At Hayle, on Monday last, Mr. Bennett Blewett, aged 68 years.


At Penzance, on Saturday last, Mr. James Thomas, saddler.


At Penare[d], Penzance, on Sunday last, of apoplexy, Miss Foster, aged 51 years.






At Truro, on Saturday last, Mr. James Lander, wine and spirit merchant, brother to the African Traveller, aged 35 years, much respected and beloved by all who knew him.  He has left a wife and four children to lament their loss. 


Lately at London, aged 37, Mr. Richard Woon, of the town; an estimable and excellent man, whose loss was severely felt by his family and friends. 


At Truro, on Sunday last, Mrs. Longmaid, wife of Mr. Wm. Longmaid, tailor, aged 62 years.


At St. Austell, on Wednesday, Nicholas Simmons, only son of Mr. Thomas Grose, draper, &c., aged 4 years and 6 months.


At Madron, on the 27th instant, in his 81st year, the Rev. William Tremenheere, A.M., Vicar of Madron, with Penzance and Morvah, and for some years Chaplain to the late Viscount Torrington.


At Marazion, on the 23rd instant, Mr. Thomas Squire, aged 18 years.


At Marazion, after a very short illness, on Sunday morning last, Lydia Grenfell, only daughter of Thomas Peter and Lydia Rawlings Gurney of that town, aged nearly 15 years and 11 months, lamented by all who knew her, and by none more than by the poor, to whom she was most benevolent.


Last week, at Launceston, Northmore Herle, the infant son of N. Lawrence, Esq.


On Monday last, at St. Ives, after a few hours illness, Wm. Bazely, Esq., aged 64 years.  The death of that gentleman has caused a deep feeling of regret throughout the town and neighbourhood, which has been evinced by the inhabitants partially closing their windows.  Mr. Bazely was in good health, and attended divine service both morning and evening on Sunday; and by four o’clock on Monday afternoon he was removed from this world to a better place.   His family have to deplore the loss of an affectionate and beloved parent; the poor a liberal employer and benefactor; and the inhabitants of St. Ives, a kind hearted and respectable friend and neighbour.


On the 12th instant, at the Old Hamm..s, CovGarden, after two days’ illness, from an attack of apoplexy, Richard Pering, Esq., of Exmouth, formerly Clerk of the Cheque at Sheerness and Plymouth.  He was an active Magistrate of the county of Devon; a gentleman of high honour and integrity, universally esteemed by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.  He possessed considerable literary and scientific acquirements, and retained several patents for valuable inventions, particularly that of the improved anchor known by his name, which is used in every ship in her Majesty’s Navy, and has been the means of saving many thousands of lives, and property to an immense extent.


At Mousehole, on Saturday last, Mr. James Wright, the younger, aged 17 years.


At Cury, on the 26th instant, Prudence, the wife of Thomas Rogers, aged 69 years.


On Saturday last, after a short but severe illness, Maria, third daughter of Robert Curry, Esq., of De.. Place, Bath, and niece of Rear-Admiral Curry, C. B. of Stoke.


Lately, at Crewkerne, aged 100 years, Mary Way; she had been able to attend church, and assist in diminished duties to within a few months of her death.


On Saturday se’nnight, in her 79th year, Sarah, relict of the late Andrew Tracey, Esq., of Gascoignen-place, Plymouth.   Her last moments were peaceful and happy.


At Dominica, on the 10th of May, of fever, after an illness of only four days, Charles Sarle, Esq., Stipendary Magistrate, much and deservedly regretted.