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Vital Records from the "RALEIGH REGISTER"  Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1799

Married:

In this city, on the 13th instant, by John Marshall, esq. Mr. Hardy Collins to Miss Nelly Perry, from the upper part of this county.
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In this county, a few days ago, the Rev. Roger Hancock, to Miss Betsey Fowler.
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At Annapolis, lately, Walter S. Chandler, Esq. of Georgetown, to Miss Rogers, daughter of the late Chancellor of Maryland.
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At his seat on Raritan River, Mr. Garret Bleeker, merchant, to Mrs. Jane Youle, both of N. York.
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Died:

In this city, on the 16th inst. soon after his arrival from Newbern, Mr. Abner Page, partner of Mr. Parshall of New York, who has heretofore vended boots and shoes in this city during the sitting of the Assembly; for which purpose we understand the journey of Mr. Page was undertaken. His death at first occasioned considerable alarm, lest his case should have been an instance of Yellow Fever, but this sensation soon subsided, when it was found that his disease ( a Cholera Morbus) was occasioned by a cold caught by being excessively wet in fording a number of creeks on this journey, and lying out exposed to the damps of the present season.
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At his seat near Charlotte, on the 2d inst. after a lingering illness, which she bore with great fortitude and resignation, Mrs. Polk, the amiable Consort of Col. William Polk, of this city.
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At Washington, of the prevailing fever, Thomas Bauger/Banger?, Esq. of Newbern
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At Newbern of the same disease, William Henry, Esq. son of the late Patrick Henry, Esq. and Sheriff of the county of Craven.
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At Baltimore, Mr. De Butts, of the house of McCormick and De Butts; and Mr. Thomas Barber, of the firm of Hand and Barber.
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At Fort Henry, Baltimore, Lieut. Thomas John Lawrence of the 1st United States regiment of Infantry.
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At Philadelphia, a few days ago, of the prevailing sickness, Mr. Clement C. Brown, Deputy Collector of that port. Also, Mr. Buckridge Sims, a native of England, formerly a respectable merchant; Mr. William Wilkie, clerk to Mr. Wetherspoon; Mr. Alexander Poster, merchant; Mr. Horation Gates Hall, a native of Maryland; Mr. Thomas shoemaker; Mr. Barney Hayns; and John Miller, Esq.
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At  Buttleton?, near Philadelphia, Robert Verree, a well known member of the Society of Friends.
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At Berlin, Connecticut, on the 17th inst. of the yellow fever, Mr. Crafts Wright, merchant.
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At Peekskill on the following day, of the same fatal disease, after a severe conflict of twelve days, Captain Julius Taylor, of New York.
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At New York, on the 26th ult. of the same, Mr. Christopher Beekman, one of the clerks of the port office there.  Also Mr. Swain, formerly a respectable shoemaker; Mr. John Richie?; Mr. Henry Maclean; Mr. John Abrams, merchant; Mr. Thomas Gambler; Mr. Thomas McElroy, printer; Miss Ann Field, niece of Mr. Edward Bardin; Mrs. Mary Milus, wife of Mr. Thomas Milus, jeweler; of a long illness. Mr. Garret Able; and of the fever, Mr. T. Grange, merchant; Mr. James Crammond, merchant; Mr. John Wyley, accountant; Mr. Peter Brown, baker; Mr. Conrad Motte, grocer; and Mr. Needham.
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At Albany, of the New York fever, Captains Van Yeveran and James Green.
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At Newark, New Jersey, of the same disease, Mr. John Abernethy, stonecutter; and Mrs. Sarah Walgrove, widow of the late John Walgrove.
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In England, Lord Howe, Admiral of the Channel Fleet. He is succeeded by Sir Peter Parker.
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At Dublin, Ireland, the Earl of Charlemont.
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RALEIGH REGISTER - Tuesday, Oct. 29, 1799