MARRIAGES.
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At St. Mary's Church, on the 17th instant, MR. THOMAS DOBINSON to MISS JANE
GIBSON, both of Cummersdale;

on the 19th, MR. JAMES DAVIDSON, Damside, to MISS JANE M'CORMICK,
English-street;

and on the 21st, MR. GEORGE MARTIN, to MISS HARRIETT BARROWCLIFF, both of
East Tower-street.

At Whitehaven, on Wednesday last, by the REV. THOMAS DALTON,    MR. ANDREW
ELLIOT, ironmonger, to MISS SUSANNAH GRAHAM.

At Gretna Green, lately, MR JEREMIAH SMITH, to MISS BAXTER, both of
Bassenthwaite, near Keswick.

At Cockermouth, on Wednesday last, by the REV. E. FAWCETT,    MR. JOHN
SCAIFE, grocer, Liverpool, to MISS FRASER, step-daughter to the governor of
the Union Workhouse, Cockermouth;

and on Thursday, MR. ELIJAH BARNES, to MRS. J. MCBRIDE, itinerant merchants.

At the Independent Chapel, Cockermouth, on Tuesday last, MR. JOSEPH FELL,
farmer, of Park Lane, Cockermouth, to MISS ELIZABETH THORNBURN, of
Southwaite;

and at the same time and place, MR. ATKINSON STEELE, of Workington, tailor,
to MISS ELIZABETH BLANSHARD, of the same place, milliner.

At Burton, on the 10th instant, MR. JOHN MINIKIN, gamekeeper to E. HORNSBY,
Esq., to MISS MARGARET ARMER, of Burton.

At Holy Island Church, on the 16th instant, by the REV. A. WATSON,
RALEIGH TREVELYAN, Esq., youngest son of RALEIGH TREVELYAN, Esq. of
Netherwitton, in the county of Northumberland, to SARAH REBECCA FIORS,
second daughter of CAPTAIN HENRY THOMAS MACDONALD, late of the 53rd Regiment
of the East India Native Infantry.

At Saint Mary's Chapel, Fulham, on the 15th instant, SIR WILLIAM BOOTHBY,
Bart, comptroller of customs, to MRS. LOUISA CRANSTOUN NISBETT, the
celebrated actress.

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