In Batavia, at the Episcopal Church on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. SMITH, Mr. Frederick FOLLETT, Editor of the ‘Times,' to Sarah SUTHERLAND, daughter of Major Isaac SUTHERLAND.
In Auburn on the 29th ult. Maj William RAY, a man who engaged the esteem and respect of a large circle of acquaintances. His poetry has been extensively circulated, and his standing as a poet duly estimated by the publick. He has left an interesting family who deserve, and will no doubt receive the sympathy which their bereavement of a kind father and friends calls for. — Cayuga Repub. In Johnstown, Montgomery county, on Tuesday evening 25th ult, Henry CUNNINGHAM Esq., in the 36th year of his age. Late a representative in the assembly from that county.
In this village on the 11th inst. Elizabeth CAMERON, daughter of Jacob & Lucretia HOWE, aged nine months. Printers in Keene, N. H., are requested to insert the above.
In Mendon, on the 13th inst., Mr. Harris PECK, of Bloomfield, to Miss Martha STIMSON.
In the town of Brighton on the 10th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Thomas BILLS, aged 66 years, formerly from New- Jersey. Printers in New-York and States South will confer a favour on some members of the family, by giving the above a notice.
On the 31st inst., Rev. Mr. WILLIAMS, aged 97 years, to Miss Polly CANDLE, aged 14 years, both of Green River Hollow.
Whatever is odd on Hymen's page,
The wags in rhyme will twist it,
Whether in courtship, name, or age,
The married ones have miss'd it.
But e'en though witlings make a rout,
And whims severely handle,
When life's poor lamp is going out
‘Tis wise to get a CANDLE.
In Lyons, on the 16th inst. Hiram T. DAY, late editor and publisher of the Lyons Advertiser, aged exactly thirty years. His death was occasioned by pulmonary disease, under which he suffered for a long time before his death, and which if not originally produced, was undoubtedly exasperated by his labours at the press, and by the habit of keeping the apartment in which he worked in the winter, much too warm, a habit we believe to be very common in this climate, with all who follow the occupation of printing. Mr. DAY was a member of the fraternity of Free Masons, who buried him with masonick honours on Friday last. — Adv.
At the house of Amos ROSS, in Henrietta, on the 25th instant Jacob CAPRON, late of Broadalbin, Montgomery Co., aged 42 years.
On Saturday, the 19th inst., at the New-York Asylum, Joseph ELLICOTT, Esq.,
late Agent for the Holland Land Company. His remains were interred in the Friends'
burial ground, on the following afternoon.
In Buffalo on the 19th inst., Lydia, relect of Abraham STAPLES, formerly
of this Village.