At St. Cuthbert's, in this city, on Saturday last, Mr. Charles BLACKFORD, to Miss Elizabeth GALAWAY; Mr. Henry LOWES, to Miss Ann Mc.KINZIE; Mr. Wm. GADDES, to Miss Mary CAMBLE; on Sunday, Mr. Jas. MURRAY, to Miss Ann WILSON; Mr. David STEVENSON, to Miss Rachael STORY.
At St. Mary's, on Monday last, Mr. Wm. SOWERBY, of the parish of Dalston, to Miss A. GUNN, of this city.
At Irthington, on Wednesday last, Mr. Richard NICHOLSON, currier, of this city, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr. HETHERINGTON, of Hollingstone.
On Saturday the 11th ult., by the Rev. Mr. GRAHAM, rector of Bewcastle, Mr. George EWART, eldest son of Mr. John EWART, of Know, in Bewcastle, to Miss Isabella ROUTLEDGE, of Bankhead, in the same parish.
At Arthuret Church, near Longtown, on Tuesday last, Mr. James BAXTER, jun., of Fauld, to Miss Catherine TWEDDLE, daughter of Mr. Thos. TWEDDLE, of Longtown.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. PERCEVAL, to Miss Mary BARNES; Mr. Thos. OLIPHANT, to Miss Sarah JAMES; on Monday, Mr. John CORRY, to Miss Isabella COWEN; on Tuesday, Mr. Thos. Mc.KNIGHT, to Miss Mary WILSON; on Wednesday, Mr. William DONALLY, to Miss Nancy CLARKE; on Thursday, Mr. Benjamin NISBET, to Miss Eliz. IRVING.
At Penrith, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. LINN, to Miss Eliz. CARLISLE; Mr. Jas. SISSON, twine spinner, to Mrs. A. ATKINSON; on Thursday, Mr. Wm. BIRD, to Miss Isabella ELLWOOD.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. GRAVE, to Miss Sarah DIXON, both of Keswick; on Wednesday, Mr. Thomas WILLIAMSON, of Lonthwaite, St. John's, to Miss Ann CROSTHWAITE, of Forge, near Keswick.
At Muncaster Church, on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. BANKS, to Miss Mary Ann DIXON.
At Dearham, on Sunday last, Mr. Colin WEDGEWOOD, to Miss Sarah CARD, both of Ellenborough.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. Wm. CORLETT, mariner, to Miss GOODFELLOW.
At Lorton, on Saturday last, Mr. Wilson SWINBURN, of Workington, to Martha, only daughter of the late Capt. John FISHER, of Gill Brow, Lorton, and formerly in the Hon. E. I. C.'s Service.
At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, Mr. Jos. SKURR, to Miss Mary GILL; since our last, Mr. Thos. SMITH, tailor, to Miss Ann BROWN.
At Kendal, on Thursday week, by the Rev. J. HUDSON, Mr. NICHOLSON, bookseller, to Miss HUDSON, of Highgate; since our last, John BAILIE, to Elizabeth SCOTT ; George DOBSON, to Isabella RAWES ; George DALZELL, to Ann WALKER; William GOTT, to Elizabeth WATSON; John DIXON, to Elizabeth SISSON; Michael STEDMAN, to Mary WESTHEAD; Joseph EDMUNDSON, to Nancy JOHNSON; Edward SMITH, to Agnes BECK; Joseph ROBINSON, to Mary BARRETT; Francis STOTT, to Sarah PARK; Thomas WRIGHT, to F. STEPHENSON.

Here, on Saturday last, at his house in Castle Street, John FORSTER Esq., of this city, banker, aged 74.
On Wednesday evening, after a short illness, Mr. John DAVIDSON, Irish Brow, aged 53, a Deacon of the Independent Chapel, Annetwell Street; much and deservedly respected.
On Thursday morning, John, the youngest son of the late Mr. Thos. BLAYLOCK, grocer, Scotch Street, aged 21; much lamented.
On Wednesday week, Mr. Wm. JARMIN, King's Arms Lane, aged 43; on Thursday week, Mrs. Esther BLAYLOCK, Robert Street, aged 22; on Monday last, Mr. Richard STORY, of Botchergate, aged 67; Miss Margt. BLAIR, Shaddongate, aged 21; on Tuesday, Mrs. Elizabeth SAWYERS, St. Cuthbert's Lane, aged 43; Mr. David PHAPE, English Street, aged 36.
At Blackwell, near this city, on Saturday morning last, Charles, son of Mr. David DONALD, aged 19; a young man of most promising abilities, and amiable disposition.
At Hesket-new-Market, on the 20th ult., Mrs. Nelly DALTON, aged 92.
At Longtown, a few days ago, Mr. Robert Tate TAYLOR, aged 84.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. Robert IRVING, aged 31; on Wednesday, Mr. David HARKNESS, schoolmaster, advanced in years, much respected; Mr. Jas. GIBSON, in the prime of life.
At Dockrayrigg-house, on Saturday last, Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. John BARNES, aged 18.
At Penrith, on Sunday last, Mr. Jonathan THOMPSON, labourer, aged 39; on Tuesday, Mrs. Mary FIDLER, widow, aged 78.
At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Mr. R. MAXWELL, boot and shoemaker, aged 76.
At Newmill, in Ponsonby, yesterday week, Ruth, wife of Mr. H. BATEMAN, and daughter of Mr. Peter LEECH, of Whitriggs, in Drigg, aged 39.
At Torpenhow, lately, Mrs. Ann HEWITSON, aged 78, formerly a grocer and draper at Ireby, and mother of Mr. HEWITSON, spirit merchant, Maryport.
At Great Clifton, on the 13th ult., Mrs. Ann THOMPSON, aged 77; on the 15th, Mrs. Ann TELFORD, aged 53.
At Alston, on the 19th ult., Mr. John COWPER, mineral dealer, aged 60.
On the 22nd of April, at sea, on board the Lyra, Capt. HEAD, of Workington, Mr. Marshall MAWSON, son of Mr. Moses MAWSON, of High Walton, near Whitehaven, aged 29. Whilst in the act of reefing the mainsail at the time the vessel was lying in the gulf of Florida, he was thrown overboard by the main boom, and being unable to swim he almost immediately sunk to rise no more. Every effort was made to save him, but in vain, and his shipmates had only the melancholy consolation of reflecting that he had not perished through neglect of theirs.
At Workington, since our last, Miss Grace BELL, aged 68; Mr. John FOWLER, aged 80.
At Harrington, on Thursday week, Mrs. Mary BURNS, aged 77.
On board the ship Hercules, on her passage from Sierra Leone to Whitehaven, and within two days' sailing of home, Mr. John ROSS, only son of Mr. Jas. ROSS, Portwilliam; a fine promising young man, 20 years of age. Mr. R. was second mate of the Hercules.
At Whitehaven, yesterday week, Frances, the only surviving daughter of Mr. Joseph WILSON, of Parton, aged 16; Mrs. ROWE, a maiden lady, aged 74; on Tuesday week, Mr. Matthew BENSON, aged 85; on Sunday last, Mary, wife of Mr. John M'CULLOCK, aged 57; since our last, Mrs. Eliz. USHER, 51; Jane WARD, 24; Mrs. Mary LAYBURN, widow, 76.
At St. Bees, last week, Mrs. Ann WILSON, aged 72.
Accidentally drowned, on the morning of Saturday the 18th ult., whilst bathing in the river Isis, near Oxford, in company with three other gentlemen, members of the same College, Mr. Henry FAWCETT, scholar of University College, aged 20, fourth son of the late Rev. John FAWCETT, of Newton Hall, in the county of Durham.
At Marton Hall, near Appleby, Westmorland, on Sunday last, in his 79th year, the Rev. John RIPPON, A.M., Rector of the parishes of Long Marton and Kirkbythore, a Magistrate of the County of Westmorland and of the North Riding of Yorkshire, and formerly a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. By the death of this venerable and amiable gentleman the aged and the labouring poor in the neighbourhood have lost a liberal benefactor.
At Colby, near Appleby, on Sunday last, Miss Ann KERSEY, aged 27.
At Hoff Row, near Appleby, Miss Mary NAISBIT, aged 29.
At Burrells, near Appleby, on Thursday last, Mr. Anthony CARLETON, advanced in years.
At Kendal, since our last, James PENNINGTON, aged 24; Maria HAYTON, 35; Sarah, wife of J. KITCHING, 43; Alice EWEBANK, widow, 65; George WATSON, tanner, 81.
We are concerned to hear of the death of Mr. Rich. PRICE, one of the sub-commissioners employed by the record commission. His extensive knowledge of German and northern literature, makes his loss a matter of deep regret to all who take an interest in the early history and antiquities of the country. Mr. PRICE had been long suffering under a dropsical complaint, which proved fatal on the morning of the 23d.