At St. Cuthbert’s, in this city, on Monday last, Mr. John WARD, warper, to Miss Ellen JOHNSTON; on Thursday, Mr. Wm. BLACK, to Miss Jane NELSON.
At St. Mary’s, on Saturday last, Mr. Anderson COWEN, to Miss Catherine KIRK; on Thursday, Mr. Charles WRIGHT, to Miss Alice BROWN.
At Penrith, on Tuesday last, Mr. James LEWIN, to Miss Eleanor JAMES.
At Plumbland, on Thursday week, Mr. NICOLSON, of Allerby, to Miss THORNTHWAITE, of Arkleby.
At Annan, on Saturday last, Mr. John Mc.ADELL, to Miss Ann BULEY, both of Whitehaven.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday week, Mr. Thomas THWAITE, of the King’s Arms Inn, to Miss Jane BRADLEY, daughter of Mr. BRADLEY, of Penrith, late sergeant of the Royal Cumberland Militia; on Monday last, Mr. Henry NORMAN, miller, Ullock, parish of Dean, to Miss Mary PEILL, of Cockermouth; Mr. John BRISTOE, shoemaker, to Miss Mary DICKINSON.
At Crosthwaite Church, on Monday last, by the Rev. James CURRIE, Edwin SIMPSON, Esq., of Round Hay Lodge, near Leeds, Yorkshire, to Miss Mary Balfour ROBERTSON, daughter of the late Captain ROBERTSON, of Maryport, and Mrs. Capt. DOVER, of Ormathwaite Hall, near Keswick.
At Harrington, on Saturday last, Mr. John WILSON, of Pika, coal miner, to Miss Ann LAIDLAW, of High Park House.
At Whitehaven, on the 13th inst., Mr. Thos. COWEN, mason, to Miss Eliz. DODD; on the 14th, Mr. James SMITH, son of the late Rev. James SMITH, of Glasgow, to Miss Catherine SHERIDAN, daughter of Captain B. SHERIDAN, of the brig Ant, of Whitehaven.
At Topcliffe, on the 7th inst., Mr. HARGROVE, of the firm of W. HARGROVE & Co., proprietors of the York Herald & York Courant, to Mary, only daughter of the late Thos. PETCH, Esq., of Marton-le-Moor.
At Bishopwearmouth, on the 11th inst., W. CLARK, jun., Esq., of Benton House, near Newcastle, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of Addison FENWICK, Esq., of the former place.
At Hexham, on the 16th inst., Mr. George WILSON, spirit merchant, to Miss ARMSTRONG, daughter of the late Mr. John ARMSTRONG, butcher; Mr. Wm. SHIELD, gardener, to Miss Ann PLENDER, all of that place.
At Kendal, since our last, Mr. John MOUNT, of Skelsmergh, to Miss Margt. ATKINSON, of Strickland Roger; Mr. Richard WHITEHEAD, to Miss Margaret GREENBANK; Mr. Tobias COULTHARD, to Miss Jane WATSON, both of Natland.
Here, on Thursday week, Mr. John LAMB, hatter Damside, aged 41; on Saturday last, James COMERFORD, King’s Arms Lane, 13; on Tuesday last, Mrs. Mary LITTLE, Damside, 73.
At Bank House, in the parish of Hesket, on the 11th inst., Mrs. Ann RIDLEY, aged 60; much and deservedly respected.
At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mrs. Jane PATTINSON, aged 66; very much respected and regretted.
At Brigbank, near Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. Robert CLARKE, advanced in years.
At Penrith, on Sunday last, John, eldest son of A. PRESTON, Esq., solicitor, aged 20; on Monday, Mr. John PARK, cooper, 87; on Wednesday, Jane, wife of Mr. Richard HARRISON, butcher, and daughter of Mr. Jos. RICHARDSON, Pack Horse Inn, aged 17.
At Prestbury, near Cheltenham, on the 17th inst., Mrs. GREEN, wife of Andrew GREEN, Esq., of Cockermouth.
At his father’s house, Sebergham, on Monday last, Mr. William CLARKE, of Washington Bleach Works, near Sunderland, which place he left on the morning of the 18th inst., aged 31.
At Sebergham Bridge, on Monday last, Mrs. Eliz. RAYSON, mother of Mr. RAYSON, of Stockton-upon-Tees, of a lingering illness borne with patience and resignation, aged 62.
At Aspatria, on Monday last, Mr. Jos. GRAVES, advanced in years.
At Cockermouth, on Sunday week, Mr. Alexander WALKER, gardener, aged 64; on Tuesday week, Mrs. TIFFIN, wife of Mr. John TIFFIN, maltster, in the prime of life.
At Parsonby, parish of Plumbland, Mr. William YEOWARD, aged 78 – upwards of 20 years a servant in the employ of the late Earl of Lonsdale.
At Maryport, on Tuesday week, Mrs Mary HAMILTON, aged 73; on Thursday week, Mr. John ROTHERY, aged 70; yesterday week, Mr. Richard SHAW, aged 62; on Saturday last, Mrs. Margt. WOOD, aged 23.
At Workington, on the 13th inst., Mrs. Sophia TYSON, aged 80; Mr. Wm. BOWES, 49; on Sunday last, Mrs. Elizabeth FURLAY, 84.
At Havannah, on the 10th March last, of cholera, Thomas, youngest son of Mr. Joseph SPROTT, of Harrington, aged 21.
At Dublin, on Sunday last, whose death was occasioned by his falling from overboard the William and Mary, of Whitehaven, when going on board his own vessel, Mr. Henry SCOTT, master of the brig Minerva, of Harrington.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Margaret, wife of Mr. Wm. HOWE, aged 64; Sarah, wife of Mr. Robt. NIGHTINGALE, rope maker, 61; Mr. John BURTON, 54; William MORRISON; Martha STODDART.
At New Orleans, on the 27th Dec. last, William, youngest son of Mr. Geo. STEELE, of Greenbank, near Whitehaven, aged 19. This young man was drowned whilst assisting in getting out of the boat, to convey some passengers to shore, by the tackle giving way, which precipitated him into the river, and before any one could get to his assistance, he had sunk to rise no more.
At Hutton Henry, Castle Eden, Durham, on Sunday last, of Influenza, after six days illness, Mr. John ELLISON, aged 42.
At Underbarrow, on Wednesday last, Margaret, wife of Mr. John BARROW, aged 75.
At Kendal, since our last, Mrs. Eliz. BENTHAM, spinster, aged 34; Mary, wife of Mr. John BURROW, 78; Jane, daughter of Mr. Wm. FOX, 17; Mrs. Alice SMALLWOOD, 66; Mrs. Mary ATKINSON, spinster, 65; Mary, wife of Mr. Joseph BOWMAN, 55; Mrs. Jane BUSHER, widow, 77.