ELLSMORE - RAMAGE. - At St. Cuthbert’s Church on the 22 Oct. 1843, Mr. John ELLSMORE, iron founder, to Mrs. Mary RAMAGE, both of Botchergate.
PORTER - BELL. - On the 24th Oct. 1843 Mr. George PORTER, of West Walls, to Miss. Sarah Jane BELL, of London Road.
WILSON - WILSON. - At Wigton, Mr. Fletcher WILSON, gardener, to Mary the youngest daughter of the late Mr. EDWARD WILSON, tanner, Maryport. Oct. 1843.
SANDERS - TODD. - At the Parish Church of Sebergham, on Saturday the 21st Oct, 1843, by the Rev. John HEYSHAM, M. A., Mr. Thomas SANDERS of Sebergham, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late John TODD, of Welton.
SCALES - DICKINSON. - At the Independent Chapel, Alston, on the 25th Oct. 1843, the Rev. Alfred SCALES, Independent minister, Ispwich, Suffolk, to Sarah Angas, second daughter of Thomas DICKINSON, Esq., Spency Croft, near Alston.
BURNETT - PEARSON. - At Cockermouth, Oct. 1843, By the Rev. C. C. SOUTHEY, Mr. John BURNETT, whitesmith, Ringate, to Miss. Mary PEARSON, of Appletree Inn.
BIRKETT - MIREHOUSE. - At Cockermouth, Oct. 1843, Mr. John BIRKETT, weaver, to Miss. Elizabeth MIREHOUSE.
BELL - STALKER. - At Ambleside on the 17th Oct. 1843, by the Rev. John DAWES, Mr. Thomas BELL, chemist and druggist, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. C. STALKER, of the Salutation Hotel.
IRVIN - BRIGGS - At the Parish Church, Workington by the Rev. H. CURWEN, rector. Mr. Edward IRVIN, shipwright to Miss. Mary Ann BRIGGS, both of Workington. Oct. 1843.
SANDERSON - WAVELL. - At Alverstoke, Hants, on the 19th Oct. 1843, Mr. Thomas SANDERSON, of Appleby, , to Emma, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Edward WAVELL, of Gosport.
JOHNSTON - STODDART. - At St. John’s Church, Keswick, October 1843, Mr. Edward JOHNSTON, to Miss. Rebecca STODDART, milliner, Keswick.
BIRD - BURGESS. - At the Parish Church, Crosthwaite, Oct. 1843, Mr. William BIRD, sawyer, to Miss. Elizabeth BURGESS.
ROSS - COULMAN. - At Wadworth, on the 18th Oct. 1843, James Clarke ROSS, Captain of the Royal Navy to Ann, eldest daughter of Thomas COULMAN, Esq., of Whitgift Hall, Yorkshire.
Captain ROSS was attended by several of his gallant friends and companions of his Artic and Antartic voyages.