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At the Windmill House, near Whitehaven,

in the prime of life, Mr. J. Ramsay. At Holme Hill, aged 43, Mrs. Tate, mistress of the boarding-school there. At Sebergham, aged 76, Mrs. Scott, widow. She was a lady highly respected for the purity of her intentions, her strićtly honest principles, sincerity, and integrity. She passed through life with honour, the high charaćter of being a friend to truth, and an enemy to dislimulation. At Wigton, aged 86, Mrs. S. Irwin. At Stockdalewath, Mr. T. Rumey. Y or Ksh IR E. It is intended (if the consent of Earl Fitzwilliam can be obtained) to continue and extend the navigation of the river Derwent

as far as to Yedingham bridge; a plan which,

if it can be carried into execution, will prove highly beneficial for conveying the produce of the country, which the drainage of the

low parts has so much increased of late

years. In the principal or parish church at Sheffield, last year, there were 573 marriages, 1846 christenings, and 923 burials. At Hunsley, in the parish of Rowley, a few miles from Beverley, there is a field of turnips this season, which for product, both in size and quantity, it is supposed, has never before been equalled in this or any other county. Great numbers of the plants have been matured to the weight of two stone and upwards each turnip ; and one in particular (not inferior in girth to the dimensions of a bushel skep) ačtually weighed three stone ten ounces. This plot of ground is now in the holding of Mr. Francis Brough, as tenant to Thomas Dulsberry, esq. of Beverley, and

was recently, and for a great number of

years, used as a rabbit warren. At

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