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3 NOBEMBER 1848, Friday

At TRURO, on Friday last, Mr. POAT, wheelwright, aged 70 years.

At NARABO, in the parish of FOECK, on the 26th ult., Miss Elizabeth TALLACK, aged 87 years.

At FALMOUTH, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. J. DEVONSHIRE, of H.M. packet " linnet." Aged 40 years.

At her residence on the Bank, FALMOUTH, on Monday last, Mrs. Elizabeth FOX, aged 81 years.

At FALMOUTH, on Monday last, Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. CORNISH, surgeon, aged 14 years.

At PORTREATH, on Monday last, Mr. R. P. LETCHER, in his 72nd year. His memory will long be cherished by a wide circle of friends for the social kindliness of his feelings, his unblemished integrity, and sincere piety. We have seldom recorded the loss of a man more generally or highly esteemed.

At SUNNY CORNER, in the parish of STITHIANS, on the 21st ult., Mr. Henry MARTIN, aged 58 years.

At NORTH COUNTRY, REDRUTH, Mrs. HICKS aged 64 years.

At REDRUTH, lately, the infant daughter of Mr. Thos RIDDLE; the infant son of Mr. Timothy SMART; Mr. William CHESTERFIELD, aged 28 years; Miss Elizabeth CARPENTER, aged 40 years; and the infant son of Mr. Thomas RICHARDS.

At GWITHIAN, on the 24th ult., the wife of Mr. John HOCKIN, aged 26 years.

At HAYLE, on Saturday last, Mr. R. F. RICHARDS, aged 31 years; and on Tuesday Mr. William PASCOE, aged 66 years.

At PENZANCE, on the 24th ult., Mrs. MOONEY, relict of the Rev. R. G. MOONEY, of DUBLIN, aged 37 years; and on the 25th, the wife of Mr. Henry V-GOE, aged 60 years.

At PENZANCE, on Sunday last, Mary Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. Philip WATKINS, aged 3 years.

At GEAR, in the parish GUIVAL, on Friday last, Emily, second daughter of Mr. John ROBERTS, aged 26 years.

At CHYLASON, in the parish of TOWEDNACK, on 16th ult., John, son of Mr. PENGLASE, of BREAGE, aged 16 years; and on the 24th, at BELENA, in the same parish, the wife of Mr. Andrew BERRIMAN, aged 87 years.

At CARVOSA, in the parish of LUDGVAN, Mrs. MICHELL, aged 76 years; and at BETEREVA, in the same parish, Mrs. Mary DANIEL, aged 89 years.

At HOLY VALE, SCILLY, on the 28th ult., Mrs Florence GEORGE, aged 98 years.

At ST. ANTHONY in ROSELAND, on the 26th ult., Susannah, relict of the late John CANNING, Esq., aged 75 years.

At EAST LOOE, on Tuesday last, Mrs. LAWRANCE, aged 70 years.

At BODMIN, on Tuesday last, Mrs. AVERY, aged 72 years.

At LISKEARD, on the 20th ult., at an advanced age, Mrs. Grace HANCOCK, formally of ST. CLEER.

At BUDE, on the 25th ult., Mrs. FOUND, relict of the late Mr. Richard FOUND, architect, aged 75 years.

At STRATTON, on the 21st ult., the wife of Mr. Nicholas WEBB.

On board the "Stag," at sea, on the 26th ult., Mr. William TRESIDER, of PENZANCE, aged 54 years.

10 NOVEMBER 1848, Friday

At Edward-street, TRURO, on Monday, Mrs. Sarah TEAGUE, aged 42 years.

At FALMOUTH, the wife of Mr. J. BASTAIN, aged 25 years.

At CONSTANTINE, on Friday last, Mr. William POLLARD, aged 26 years.

At ROSENITHON, in the parish of St. KEVERNE, Capt. Wm. LUGG, R.N., aged 80 years; and at COVERACK, in the same parish, Mr. Henry JAMES, aged 79 years.

At HELSTON, on Tuesday last, Mr John ROBERTS, bookbinder and stationer, aged 64 years.

At RUAN MAJOR, Mrs. JOSE, relic of Mr. William JOSE, aged 82 years.

At BURYAN, on the 31st ult., Mrs Mary PERMEWAN, aged 70 years.

At REDRUTH, the infant son of Mr. Richard RODDA; and the infant son of Mr. Edward HARVEY.

At NEWQUAY, last week, Mrs. VIVIAN, late of Mingoose House, ST.AGNES, aged 77 years.

At CAMBORNE, on the second instant, Miss Caroline BENNETTS, aged 25 years; and on Monday last, Mr. J.V. SANDOW, carrier, aged 61 years.

At GEAR, in the parish of CAMBORNE, on Friday last, Ann, relic of the late Mr. John SIMONS, butcher.

At ROSKEAR, in the parish of CAMBORNE, on Tuesday last, Caroline, second daughter of Capt. Charles THOMAS, of Dolcoath mine, aged 27 years.

At HELIGAN, on the 2nd instant, Ann Hockin, second daughter of Mr. WAY, aged 21 years.

At FOWEY, lately, Mr. Peter HARVEY, aged 84 years.

Ay LISKEARD, on the 24th ult., the infant son of Mr. James JAGO, town-clerk.

At LISKEARD, on the 31st ult., Mr. James MARKS, aged 50 years.

At PADSTOW, on the 2nd instant, Amelia, wife of S. BURRIDGE, Esq., Collector of Customs, aged 51 years.

At POUGHILL, on the 30th ult., Mrs BAILEY, aged 79 years.

At MARHAMCHURCH, on the 29th ult., Mrs. MARSHALL, aged 90 years.

In LONDON, on Monday last, Margaret, relic of John SYMONS, Esq., late of Regent Square, PENZANCE, aged 78 years.

In LONDON, on the 2nd instant, Mr. John Cock GREGORY, late of CAMELFORD, aged 35 years.

At DOWLAIS, GLAMORGANSHIRE, on Saturday last, Mr John EUSTICE, of CROWAN, in this county, aged 23 years.

At HALIFAX, BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, on the 19th October, Frederick, youngest son of Mr. John CLEVERDON, late of CALLINGTON, in this county, aged 18 years.

At MADRAS, on the 8th of September last, Commander H. C. BOULDERSON, Indian Navy.

17 NOVEMBER 1848, Friday

24 NOVEMBER 1848, Friday

At the Rectory, REDRUTH, on Monday last, of typhus fever, aged 34 years, Susan, the beloved wife of the Rev. T. P. HOLDICH, rector of DINGLEY, NORTHAMPTON, and Curate of REDRUTH. Mrs.HOLDICH, leaves a family of seven young children.

At REDRUTH, on the 15th instant, Mr. Joseph CARRICK, hatter and dyer, aged 42 years.

At TREBOAST, in the parish of STITHIANS, on the 16th instant, Mr. James SPARGO, aged 74 years; and at MENERDUE, in the same parish, of Friday last, Sarah, relict of the late Mr. James HOLMAN, aged 77 years.

At CROWN TOWN, in the parish of SITHNEY, last week, Mrs. Mary THOMAS, relict of the late Mr. Stephen THOMAS, of BODILLY, in the parish of WENDRON, aged 91 years.

At HAYLE, on Wednesday last, the wife of Mr. FLOYD, of the Royal Standard Inn, aged 48 years.

At WHEAL ANN, near HAYLE, on the 17th instant, Mr. Benjamin HONEYCHURCH, aged 66 years.

At HAYLE, on Sunday last, the infant son of Mr. Arundel MURLEY.

At WHEAL HOPE, in the parish of GWINEAR, on Sunday last, Thomas Henry, son of Mr. Samuel RICHARDS, aged 11 years.

At ST.IVES, on Monday last, the wife of Mr. Henry DANIEL, aged 68 years.

At Herbier House, PENZANCE, on Friday last, Caroline, second daughter of Major-General ADDISON, of Chilton Lodge, SUFFOLK.

At PENZANCE, on Sunday last, Judith, widow of the late Charles PAYNTER, Esq., of that town, aged 91 years.

At TREMBETHA, in the parish if LELANT, on the 8th instant, Mr. Edward QUICK, aged 32 years.

At NECLEDRY, in the parish of TOWEDNACK, on the 14th instant, Miss Ann ROACH, aged 17 years.

At LANE, in the parish of ST. COLUMB MINOR, on the 14th instant, Mr. THOMAS, AGED 56 YEARS.

At ST.AUSTELL, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. BOUNSALL, aged 63 years; and on Wednesday, the infant son of Mr R. TREGILGAS.

At WEST LOOE, on the 16th instant, Mr. John ROUTER, aged 84 years.

At LOSTWITHIEL, on Tuesday last, Mr. John WHETTER, aged 54 years; and Miss Jane TEAGUE, aged 61 years.

At PLYMOUTH, on the 15th inst., Mr. Richard QUILLER, of the Ship Inn, POLPERRO, aged 54 years.

At BRISTOL, on Saturday last, Mr. W. D. LAZENBY, aged 54 years, for more than 30 of which he was well known throughout the whole of the west of England as the representative of Messrs Isaac Walton and Sons, wine merchants. By the whole of the commercial body and by all who knew him he was greatly respected, and his loss is deeply regretted.

In LONDON, on Monday last, William, eldest son of Mr. S. ANNEAR, carpenter, of ST.AUSTELL, aged 36 years.

At GLENLOIN, DUNBARTONSHIRE, on the 14th instant, deeply regretted, James LOW, Esq., R.N., surgeon of H.M.S. "San Josef," PLYMOUTH.

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