At the Cupola, Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, the lady of John HARTLEY, Esq., of a son.
On the 24th ult., the wife of the celebrated African Traveller, Richard LANDER, of a son.
At Penshaw, in the county of Durham, on the 23rd ult., Mrs. DRUMMOND, wife of Mr. Thomas DRUMMOND, grandson and heir male of James, sixth Earl of Perth, commonly called Duke of Perth, the present claimant of the said Earldom, of a son.
At St. Mary's, in this city, on Monday last, Mr. James AUSTIN, to Hannah, second daughter of Mr. James LOWES; on Monday, Mr. Samuel TANDY, to Miss Sarah CARRUTHERS; on Tuesday, Mr. Patrick LYONS, to Miss Eleanor WILSON.
At Walton church, on Thursday week, by the Rev. William GRAHAM, of Arthuret, Captain HODGSON, R.N., to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late John JOHNSON, Esq., of Walton House.
At Irthington church, on the 27th ult., Mr. Robt. BOTCHERBY, of Old Wall, to Miss Elizabeth WATSON, of Bleatarn.
At Caldbeck, lately, Mr. Thomas BROWN, of Millhouse, to Miss Sarah ROBINSON, of Wood-house; Mr. John BEWLEY, of Wood-hall, to Miss Sarah SCOTT, daughter of Mr. John SCOTT, of Hesket-new-Market.
At Great Broughton church, on the 25th ult., Mr. Jacob MESSENGER, of that place, to Miss Jane SMITH, of Gilcrux. This was not a hasty, ill-assorted match. The loving couple went about the matter deliberately —and ere they had finally made up their minds to the union, twenty-one years only had elapsed!
At Crosscannonby, on Thursday week, Mr. John SHUTTLEWORTH, of Maryport, to Miss Elizabeth CROSBY, of Crosby.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. Joseph CLARK, joiner, to Miss Sarah ATKINSON; Mr. Bellman JACKSON, millwright, to Miss Jane NEWTON, all of Keswick.
At Gosforth, on Thursday week, Mr. Isaac LEECH, of Boon Wood, second son of the late Mr. Daniel LEECH, yeoman, to Miss COLEBANK, daughter of Mr. I. COLEBANK, of Blennerhazel, both in the parish of Gosforth.
At Walton-on-the-Hill, on Wednesday week, John WATSON, Esq., of Clifton, near Whitehaven, (late of Liverpool) to Mary Ann, daughter of Wm. PARKE, Esq., of Anfield-lodge.
At Workington, on Thursday week, Mr. William CHISMAN, painter, to Miss Elisabeth CARR.
At Harrington, on Saturday last, Mr. John WALKER, stonemason, Lowca, to Miss Jane LITTLE, of the same place.
At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, Mr. Edward FRANCE, ship carpenter, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs. STOBEY; Mr. John NEISBETT, to Miss Dorothy CLARK.
At London, on Wednesday week, the Hon. Captain HOPE, to Miss Charlotte TOLLEMACHE, daughter of Admiral and Lady TOLLEMACHE.
Here, on Sunday last, James FISHER, Damside, 19.
On Monday last, Mr. Wm. ARMSTRONG, Damside, Irish Gates, aged 52.
On Wednesday last, Mr. Wm. LEE, Queen Street, aged 72.
At Woodhouse Mains, Kilpatrick Fleming, on Monday last, Mr. George WAUGH, formerly of Botcherby Mill, near this city, aged 75.
At Beck Side, Rockliffe, on Monday last, awfully sudden, Mrs FARLEY, wife of Mr. Wm. FARLEY, in the prime of life.
At Rockliffe Cross, on the 1st inst., Mr. John HEWITT, aged 72.
At his uncle's house at Glingerbank, near Longtown, on Saturday last, Mr . James BETT, aged 19; a youth of the most amiable disposition, whose early dissolution is much regretted by his relations & friends.
At Longtown, on Monday last, Mr. Thos. SWORD, butcher, aged 48.
At Brampton, on Sunday last, Mr. John LUKECOCK, in the prime of life; Mrs. Mary NIXON, wife of Mr. John NIXON, boot and shoe maker, advanced in years.
At Hesket-new-Market, on New-year's-day, Mr. Thomas NICHOLSON, aged 84.
At Brocklebank, on the 17th ult., Mr. Wm. COULTHARD, yeoman, aged 84; much respected through life.
At Gamblesby, in the parish of Addingham, on the 9th inst., Mr. Anthony BENSON, aged 84; much respected.
At Wigton, on Thursday week, Mr. CROOKDAKE, aged 77; on Tuesday last, Mrs. Elizabeth CLARKE, aged 73; on Thursday last, Mrs. Mary Ann LIME, aged 83; Mrs. Ann GLAUSTER, aged 78; Christopher ALLAN, aged 14.
At Penrith, yesterday week, Mrs. Ann AIKETT, aged 35, whose husband was killed a few weeks ago; Mr. James REED, aged 45; on Monday last, Mrs. Mary WATT, widow, aged 82; on Tuesday, James LONG, aged 18; Ann, daughter of Mr. Thos. HALL, driver of Stockton waggon betwixt that place and Penrith, aged 23.
At Gilcrux, on Tuesday week, Mr. John YOUNGHUSBAND, aged 92.
At the Island of Corfu, on the 28th of October last, Captain Joseph STAINTON, of the 95th regt., a native of Keswick, in this county; much and deservedly respected by all who knew him.
At Maryport, on the 8th inst., Sarah, daughter of Mrs. DICKINSON, aged 20; on the 10th, Mr. James HETHERINGTON, aged 72.
At Workington, on Wednesday week, Mr. John ARMSTRONG, joiner, aged 62; on Thursday week, Mrs. HUDSON, widow, aged 80.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Wm. CUMMINS, aged 37; Mr. Hodgson WOOD, aged 57.
At Kemerton, on the 31st ult., aged 77, Mrs. E. JONES, widow of Captain JONES, R.N., and daughter of the late John YOUNGER, Esq., of Whitehaven.
At Egremont, on Wednesday week, after a protracted illness, Mr. Wm. BENSON, butcher and tallow chandler, aged 39.
On the 6th inst., Mrs. Jane MASON, wife of Mr. MASON, of the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh, and sister to the late celebrated Mrs. SIDDONS.
At Crathorne, Yorkshire, R. CHAPMAN, Esq., aged 107. He was born and lived all the time in the same parish.
At Portsmouth, on Thursday morning week, at nine o'clock, Sir Thomas FOLEY, G.C.B., Admiral of the White, Rear-Admiral of Great Britain, and Port- Admiral at Portsmouth.