In Gates, on the 25th inst., by the Rev. Mr. BALENTINE, Mr. Henry C. ROWE, to Miss Martha E. GOODWIN, all of Gates.
At Lewiston, Nov. 22d, Mr. O. P. SCOVELL, of New York city, to Miss Elizabeth E., only daughter of the late Leonard SHEPARD, Esq., of the former place.
At Olcott, Niag. Co., on the 19th inst., Mr. William S. WRIGHT of Granville, Washington Co., New York, to Miss Maria LOCKWOOD of the former place.
At Paris Furnace, Oneida Co., on the 8th inst, L. D. WHITING, of Olcott, Niag. Co., to Miss Lucretia C. CLEMENT, of Bridgewater.
In Palmyra, on the 18th inst., by Rev. D. HARINGTON of Palmyra, Mr. Norman PULVER, of Sodus, to Miss Harriet, daughter of Manchester BOICE, of Marion.
In Perry, on the 19th inst., Mr. Charles B. HUNTINGTON, to Miss Mary W. BUELL, all of the above place.
In Riga, at the house of Mr. ATKINS, of apoplexy, on the 22d inst., [Dec. 22, 1845]
William KILBORN, of Chili, aged 68 years.
Papers at Kingston, C. W., will please copy.
In Penn Yan, Nov. 18, after an illness of a week's duration, Hon. Morris F. SHEPPARD, aged 72 years.
At his residence in Canandaigua, on the 26th inst., Amasa AINSWORTH, in the 80th year of his age.
In Canandaigua on the 25th inst., at the residence of his son, Mr. John SAXTON, aged 81.
In the village of Coldwater, branch Co., Mich., of typhus fever, on the 7th inst., Mary, wife o Edward D. WENTHWORTH, and daughter of William and Elizabeth McNUTT, formerly of Manchester, Ontario Co., N. Y., aged 27 years and 10 months.
At Clarence, on the 23d inst., Martha CAREY, daughter of Augustus RAYNOR, in the fifth year of her age.
At Cuylerville on Thursday the 19th inst., Mrs. Jane CLUTE, wife of Mr. Jacob N. CLUTE, wife of Mr. Jacob N. CLUTE, aged 35 years.
In Cheektowaga, on the 5th inst., after a short illness, at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. F. MALTBER, Rufus LATHROP, of Eden, in the 66th year of his age.
Papers in Western New York and Massachusetts, are requested to copy.
A TEETOTAL ARGUMENT - Mile WALSH says he must have received the well-nigh fatal dose of poison in his drink, which might have been dosed with arsenic at four or five different places on the night of election. If Mike had eschewed the always poisonous bowl he would have escaped the additional deadly ingredient which was intended to end his life.
A Methodist clergyman in Virginia writes to the Methodist Protestant thus: "Yesterday, at half-past 3 o'clock, I preached the funeral sermon of a man; and, to-day, at the same hour, I married his widow to another man - the former husband has been dead four weeks."
Quick work that!
Sudden Death - Mr. Amasa ALBEE died very suddenly on Sunday evening. He had been at church, and in company with the Rev. Mr. HALL had got to his own gate, when apparently an ulcer on his lungs burst and terminated his life in a few minutes. He was sixty-six years of age.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Tue Dec. 8, 1846
In Ogden, on the 26th ult., by R. DUNNING, Mr. Eli WEBSTER, to Miss Elizabeth K. KELLOGG, all of Ogden.
In Albany, on the 22d ult., Elder Stephen WILKINS, Mr. Christopher WATT, of Rochester, to Miss Martha LANGRIDGE, of this city.
In Angelica, Nov. 19th, Mr. Willis M. HOWE, of Hinsdale, Cattaraugus Co., to Miss Theoda A., oldest daughter of John MOORE, Esq., of the former place.
In Batavia, Nov. 29th, by Rev. S. m. STIMSON, Mr. Reuben WEST to Miss Adeline BROWN, all of Batavia.
At West Troy, on the 17th of Nov., Mr. Wm. E. CORNWELL, to Miss Catherine GRIFFITHS, all of Albany.
In Washington, on Tuesday, 24th inst., W. M. CALDWELL, U. S. Navy, with Caroline Eveline ARCHER, only child of Brig. Gen. TOWNSON, Paymaster Gen. U. S. Army.
At West Bloomfield, N. J., on Thursday morning, Nov. 26, Stephen K. WILLIAMS, Esq., of Newark, Wayne Co., to Miss Angeline, daughter of the Hon. Z. S. CRANE of the former place.
In Geneseo, on the 29th inst., Mr. Lorenzo V. DAGGART, to Miss Maryett WEEKS, all of this town.
In this city, Dec. 3d, 2 o'clock, A. M., in his 70th year, Mr. Benjamin WEDD.
In Clinton, on the 23d ult., of consumption, Rev. Wayne GRIDLEY, formerly Pastor of the Congregational Church of that village, and recently Cashier of the Kirkland Bank, aged 35 years.
In Wheatland, on the 20th Nov., Isaac COX, aged 60 years. Mr. COX removed from Saratoga Co. and settled in Wheatland about 40 years ago. He was an extensive farmer, and was always noted for his irreproachable integrity.
At Oak Orchard, on the 28th ult., of the typhus fever, George TURNER, aged 20 years, only son of Mason TURNER.
At Palmyra, Nov. 25th, Stephen SKELLINGER, in the 74th year of his age. He was a native of New Jersey, and came to this town about 40 years ago.
In Albany on the 1st inst., Abraham VOSBURGH, a (unreadable) in the 92d year of his age.
A couple of the B'Hoys - A Philadelphia paper says a lady has arrived in that city from Newcastle, Delaware, accompanied by two of her little ones, the oldest of which is seven years of age, and weighs 260 pounds; and the youngest, five years old, weighing 200 pounds. They are all apparently in good health, and full of mirth, and will be exhibited at Pearl's Museum.
"Old Hays" - Mr. Jacob HAYS, the present High Constable of New York, is now in the 75th year of his age, and to all appearances is as hale and hearty as he was thirty years ago. He has held various official stations connected with the police of that city for 47 years. It is said that he has probably captured more rogues during this period than any man living.
Hall Thieves - While the occupants were in at supper on Monday evening last, some one entered the hall of the dwelling house of Mr. A. S. BEERS, on St. Paul street, and stole a broadcloth cloak belonging to Mr. B. and an overcoat owned by Mr. Horace M. RICHARDS. Our citizens should look well to their hall doors.
We see it stated in one of the papers, that a Miss Louisa WEST, a young girl, about 15 years old, at Georgetown, Ky., recently memorized accurately the whole of the New Testament in six weeks, without in the least interfering with her domestic duties.
Death Of The Widow Of Black Hawk - The editor of the Louisville Journal has received a letter from Dr. Volney SPALDING, surgeon to the Saucs and Foxes, mentioning the death, in the Sauc camp, on Kansas river, on the 29th of August, of As-Shaw-E-Qua, (Singing Bird) widow of the distinguished war chief Black Hawk, aged 85 years.
Dr. SPAULDING was formerly a resident of Penn Yan, Yates county.
Railroad To The Pacific - Mr. WHITNEY was at St. Louis on the 16th inst., arousing attention to his great railroad. A public meeting of the citizens of St. Louis was to be held on the 16th, to discuss the subject.
In the mean time a Southern project for a railroad from Arkansas or Louisiana to California is talked of in connection with a railroad from the Mississippi to Charleston, S. C.
Wheat Injured By The Insect - A Syracuse paper states that Mr. George GEDDES, of Fairmount, Onondaga county, sowed last season 70 acres of Wheat, which should have yielded in the neighborhood of 1500 bushels, but the crop was so generally destroyed by the insect that he thrashed only about 30.
Sudden Death - Mrs. SHEPHARD, wife of Mr. Thomas SHEPHARD, Esq., postmaster of Northampton, in good health, left home on Tuesday, to take the cars for Greenfield. When in the cars, and before leaving Northampton, she was taken in a fainting fit, and died in about half an hour.
A "Grave" Old Gentleman - A few days since, says the Rachabite, we received a visit from Mr. Daniel DAVENPORT, of Dorchester, who has been employed as a sexton for the last forty years, and he told us that during that time he had buried one thousand six hundred and eighty-four persons.
Mutual wo and Mutual Love - A Mr. CLARKE is imprisoned in Pittsburg for libelling Mr. YOUNGER, and Mr. YOUNGER is imprisoned for assaulting Mr. CLARKE, and both occupy the same cell, and the same bed, and agree exceedingly well.
Good Taste In His Old Age! - The venerable Mr. JAY, the great dissenting preacher of Bath, England, at the age of seventy-seven, has just led to the hymenial alter a lady with a fortune of $30,000.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Tue Dec. 15, 1846
At the residence of G. W. BURBANK, Esq., on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Mr. CHURCH, Mr. Stephen HOPKINS Esq., to Miss Ann Maria LAQUEY, all of this city.
At Ann Arbor, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. S. MILES, Orsin SABINS., of Northville, Ohio, to Miss Ellen BROWN, of the former place.
In this city, on the 10th inst, by the Rev. Mr. SEGAR, Mr. Erastus R. LEE, to Miss Maria Jane ALLING, all of this city.
In Penn Yan, on the 9th, inst., Mr. Henry WOOD, to Miss Perces C. BABCOCK, all of Penn Yan.
On the 9th, Mr. James McLEAN to Miss Sarah Jane WINANTS, all of Penn Yan.
In Buffalo, on the 9th inst., Mr. Jedediah BENEDICT, son of Deac. B. BENEDICT, of Alexander, to Miss Maria SHELDEN, of Darien.
In Alexander, on the 10th inst., Mr. W. M. CADY, to Miss Diantha BENEDICT, daughter of Deac. B. BENEDICT, all of Alexander.
In Macedon, Alexander ARTHUR to Elizabeth BUGBY, both of Macedon.
In Palmyra, on the 19th ult., by Rev. Mr. FISHER, Mr. George CATON, of Macedon, to Miss Sarah J. BEAUMONT, of this place.
In Buffalo, on the 7th inst., Mr. James W. SANFORD to Mrs. Susan McKNIGHT, both of Buffalo.
In Dansville on the 7th inst., Miss Elizabeth M. VANCE, of this village, to Mr. Joseph E. PALMER, of Erwin, Steuben Co.
At Sardinia, Erie Co., Nov. 25, Jesse BROOKS, Esq., of Mayville, to Miss Maria BIGELOW.
In Madison, Ohio, on the 27th ult., Mr. Victor M. RICE, Esq., of Buffalo, to Miss Maria Louisa WINTER, of M.
In Maysville, Nov. 29, Mr. Andrew CLARK, to Miss Catharine BAKER, all of this place.
In Palmyra, John M. FRANCIS, Editor of the Troy Budget, to Harriet Elizabeth, daughter of Pomeroy TUCKER, of that village.
At Toronto, on the 23d ult., by the Rev. John McCAUL, L. L. D., Charles W. YOUNGHUSBAND, Lieut. R. Artillery, second surviving son of the late Major Gen. YOUNGHUSBAND, of the same corps, with Mary Elilabeth[sic], third daughter of the Hon. Mr. Justise JONES, of Toronto.
At Viewfield, Seneca Co., on the 9th inst., Mr. Fred J. SWABY, of Seneca Falls, to Miss Jessie JOHNSON, daughter of John JOHNSON, Esq., of the former place.
In Arcadia, Nov. 27th, Mr. Phineas S. AUSTIN, to Miss Sarah M. ROBINSON, both of Arcadia.
In Newark, on the 16th ult., Mr. L. V. DUTCHER, of Yates, Orleans Co., to Miss Catharine FINCH, of the same place.
In this city, on the 8th inst., Ezra, son of Ogelvie L., and Elvira W. SHELDON.
In this city, Sunday evening the 6th inst., Mrs. Jane, wife of George GOULD, and daughter of the late James BAILEY, Esq., of Schenectady, in the 35th year of her age.
The deceased, died, as she had lived, in the triumphs of Christian faith. Consumption, that insiduous and fell destroyer, had early marked her for its prey, yet until within a short time previous to her death, she had entertained hopes of a regained health. During her illness, she was resigned and cheerful, and when aware that her last hours were near, she expressed a joyful readiness to welcome her Redeemer. Her's was a practical religion, exemplified alike in the joys and ills of life. She had been many years a member of the First Presbyterian Church in this city, adorning her profession with meekness and fidelity.
In this city, on the morning of the 9th, in the 46th year of her age, Abigail, wife of Seth M. MALTBY.
In Nunda, Livingston Co., Col. Lyman GARDINER, formerly of Eaton, Madison Co., in the 49th year of his age.
In Hartland, Niagara Co., N. Y., on Saturday Nov. 28, Mr. David KING in the 56th year of his age, of Consumption, in the triumph of religion.
in this city, on the 11th inst., Mr. James CUMMINGS in the 38th year of his age.
At Lynponville[sic], on the 3d inst., of consumption, Mrs. Sarah, wife of J. W. HANKERSON, aged 23 years.
At the residence of her son-in-law, Luther TUCKER, Hope Cottage, near Albany, on the 10th inst., Lucy Cleveland SMITH, relict of the late Mr. J. C. SMITH, of New York, in the 60th year of her age.
In Maysville, Dec. 1, after a lingering illness, the wife of Mr. James BOTLES(?), aged about 60 years.
In Dansville on the 1st inst., Rebecca, daughter of Wheeler and Rebecca MERRICK, aged 11 months and 18 days.
In Nunda, Dec. 7th, Col. Lyman GARDNER, of fever.
In Seneca, Dec. 6th, William ROCKWELL, aged 18 years of fever.
In West Almond, on the 10th inst., Henry LEWIS, aged 47 -- fever.
On Wednesday last, in the village of West Almond, Mrs. Ursula, wife of Jones G. PRINTISS.
In the town of Birdsail, Mrs. Jemima, wife of Cyrus TERWILLEGER.
In Sweden, on the 28th ult., Mr. Elijah FERRE, of consumption, aged 60 years.
In Lockport, on the 25th ult., Mrs. John SMITH, aged 25 years.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Tue Dec. 22, 1846
In Mt. Morris, on the 14th inst., by I. THURSTON, Esq., Mr. Enoch WINSLOW, of Freedom, Cattaraugus Co., to Miss Amelia M. DUNN, of this town.
In Dansville, on the 7th inst., Mr. Joseph (G or C) PALMER of Erwin, Steuben Co., to Mrs. Elizabeth M. VANCE, of this village.
In Waterloo, on the 1st inst., Mr. Ira WOOD to Miss Hannah COLLVER, both of Gene___.
In Lockport, Dr. D. S. FASSETT to Mrs. Sarah J. LEWIS, all of that village.
In Mt. Morris, on the 9th inst., Mr. Johnson SHARP, to Miss Jane COBERN, both of this town.
In York, on the 19th ult., Hon. D. D. SPENCER, of York, to Elizabeth, daughter of Roswell STOCKING, of the same place.
In Castile, Mr. Lathrop JOHNSON, of Gainsville, to Miss Harriet DEAN, of the former place.
In Lockport, 13th inst., Doct. D. S. FASSETT to Mrs. Sarah J. LEWIS, all of that place.
In Cambria, on the 10th inst., Mr. Wilber WEAVER, of Wilson, to Miss Catharine GATES, of Cambria.
At the Methodist Parsonage in Rush__, on the 13th inst., Mr. Alonzo P. CLARKE, to Miss Betsey ALLEN.
Mr. George R. CLARKE, to Miss Louisa GOULD.
Mr. Delworth SHEPHARD to Miss Abigail GOULD, all of Allegany Co., N. Y.
In Canandaigua, on the 16th inst., Mr. Joseph MORRIS to Miss Margaret BROWN, all of this place.
In this city, on the 8th inst., of croup, Hamlet, only child of Chandler and Mary A. PEASE, aged 15(?) months.
On the evening of the 14th inst., of croup, Amelia STUART, aged 22 months, only daughter of John and Amelia ROBB, of this city.
In Seneca, Dec. 10th, Mr. Jonathan PRESLER, a Revolutionary Soldier, aged 98(?) years.
In Gouveneur, on the 10th ult., James REUTHERFORD, Sen., aged 79.
In Dansville, on the 1st inst., Rebecca, daughter of Wheeler and Rebecca MERRICK, aged 14 months and 18 days.
At Memphis, Tenn., on the 24th ult., Mr. George TABOR, recently of the __ of Tabor & Thorp, of Mt. Morris, aged 23 years.
In this city, on the 12th inst., Mary Agnus McSTRAVICK, aged 2 years and 5 months.
In Lockport, on the 22d Nov., Miss Celesie CADY and on the following day Mr. Oscar CADY, late of New Berlin. On the 12th inst. of Typhoid Fever, Mary Ewretta, daughter of William G. and Joan__ McMASTER -- aged 17 years and 14 days.
In Rochester, on the 28th November inst. Walter BADGER, aged 54 years. Also on the 15th inst., William H., son of Walter BADGER, aged 25 years.
In Norwich, Chenango Co., on the 19th ult, Warren HALE, aged 74(?).
In Oxford, on the 19th ult., Henry GORLEN(?), aged 58 years.
In York, on the 4th inst., Mr. Eli ROOT(?), aged 94.
In Nunda, on the 9th inst., of consumption, Henry TUTHILL, aged 26(?) years.
In the town of Hector, Tompkins Co., on the 17th ult., Deacon James WOODFORD, aged _2 years.
In Benton, Yates Co., Thursday Morning, Dec. 17, Mr. William GO_NDRY, aged __ years and 6 months.
At Yates, on the 3d inst., of consumption, Mrs. Sarah, wife of G. W. HANKERSON, aged _3 years.
In Albion, on the 11th inst., Harriet Elira, eldest daughter of Ira and Sylvia RICHARDSON, aged 19 years.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Tue Dec. 29, 1846
In R_dge, on the 18th inst., Mr. Lorenzo D. BABCOCK, to Miss Phebe ROLLA.
In Lavonia, on the 29th ult., Mr. Butler SMITH to Miss Julia MOON.
In Canadice, on the 3d inst., Mr. John C. KINNEY to Miss Hannah PULVER.
In Hemlock Lake, on the 9th inst., Mr. Pearson ALVORD to Miss Lucinda CARSON, both of Canandaigua.
In Dansville, on the 17th inst, Mr. William ? HEATH to Miss Eliza M. WELCH, all of that village.
In Fairport, on the 15th inst., by Rev. Moses BUTTS, Mr. John Wesley COOK to Miss Maria HOUSE.
In Barre, on the 24th inst, by the Rev. M. W. SEAVER, M. Wm. CLOSE to Julia A. daughter of James NOBLE Esq., all of Barre.
In Macedon, on the 17th inst., by Rev. D. HARRINGTON, Mr. Aseph GOODELL to Miss Emily REED both of that town.
In Albion, Mr. George BENSON, of Brockport, to Miss Jane H., daughter of Rice WARNER, of that village.
On the evening of the 23d inst., by Rev. S. TPPING[sic], Mr. David C. HUSON to Miss Margaret, daughter of Mr. John ROBSON, all of Seneca.
In Pavilion, on the 14th inst., M. Franklin KENDALL to Miss Eleanor JEDD?.
In Dansville, on the 17th inst., Mr. William H. HEATH to Miss Eliza M. WELSH, all of that village.
In York on the 19th ult, Hon. C. D. SPENCER, of York, to Elizabeth, daughter of Roswell STOCKING, of the same place.
In this city yesterday morning, Dec. 21, Julia E. HANNAHS, daughter of Mr. R. D. HANNAS, aged 20 years.
In Caledonia, on the 20th inst., Charles A., son of Orange DEAN, aged 24 years.
In South Livonia, on the 7th inst., Experience DAVIS, aged 79 years.
In Phelps, on the 19th inst., Mr. James DENNISTON, aged 35 years.
In Geneva, on the 21st inst., Mrs. Margaret, wife of Freeman REDMAN, aged 23 years.
In Frederick, Mich., on the 24 inst., after a protracted illness, Mrs. Elizabeth O., wife of Elisha W. HUDNUTT, formerly of Geneseo, in the 25th year of her age.
At Temble, N. H., on the 19th ult., Widow Catharine SHATTUCK, in the 93d year of her age. She has been the mother of 13 children, 78 grandchildren, 115 great grandchildren, and two children of great great grandchildren, of whom 150 survive her.
At Dover, N. H., on the 25th ult, Mr. Ephraim HAM, aged 86 years and 5 months. He was an undeviating democrat, and the oldest man in the town, with a single exception.
In Caledonia, on the 20th inst., Mr. Charles DEAN, aged 24 years.
In Nunda, on the 15th inst., Mr. Ansel HENDRICK, formerly of Heath, Mass., aged 54 years.
In town, on the 15th August last, Jonathan, son of Daniel and Deborah BURGESS, of the Society of Friends, of the town of Avon, in this County, aged 22 years.
On the 7th day of December instant, at the residence of his brother-in-law, James G. Shepard(?), Esq., in Nashville, Tennessee, Nathaniel Upham COGSWELL, aged 19 years, son of William COGSWELL, Esq., of Pittsford in this county, and brother of William F. COGSWELL, of this city.
In Westmoreland, N. H., on the 9th inst., Abraham BUTTERFIELD, aged 80(?) years, formerly of Le Roy.
At Manchester, on the 10(?) th inst., Clarissa C. MOORE, wife of John A. MOORE, aged 25 years.
In Palmyra, on the ?d inst., Daniel WOOD, a soldier of the Revolution in the 9_th year of his age. Mr. WOOD was born in East Hampton, Mass. He entered the service in early life and was one of those hardy veterans who penetrated the wilderness to Quebec, under Col. ARNOLD, in April 1775 -- remained before Quebec thro' the following winter. He was one of the soldiers before Saratoga, and served through the war, being in most of the principal battles during the Revolution.