At Holme Hall, Yorkshire, on the 10th inst., the Lady of the Hon. Philip STOURTON, of a son and heir.
At St. Mary's, in this city, on Monday last, Mr. Wm. THEW, to Miss Eliz. BORROUGH; on Tuesday, Mr. James ROGERS, to Miss Mary HARKNESS; on Thursday, Mr. Geo. WILSON, to Miss Margt. CRANMER.
At Irthington Church, on Thursday week, by the Rev. J. TOPPING, Mr. Robert Alexander WARNE, of Millbank, London, to Mary, eldest daughter of John LAW, Esq., of Cross Hill.
At Alston, on the 13th inst., Mr. Wm. PETCH, of Hebburn, to Lucy, youngest daughter of Mr. FORSTER, of Jarrow Wood House, near Gateshead.
At Crosscannonby, on the 15th inst., Mr. Robert ELLIOT, to Miss RITSON, both of Maryport.
At Torpenhow, on the 6th inst., Mr. lsaac SANDERSON, boot and shoemaker, Bothel, to Miss Elizabeth LEDGERWOOD, of the same place.
At Workington, on Monday last, Mr. Abraham BRANNAN, to Miss Margaret BURNS.
At Broughton-in-Furness, on the 15th inst., Mr. Thomas THOMPSON, of Broughton Tower, son of Mr. Edward THOMPSON, of Stavely, near Kendal, to Miss Agnes CLARK, only daughter of Mr. Wm. CLARK, of Broughton.
At Carnock, on the 10th inst., William MAXWELL, Esq., eldest son of Sir Wm. MAXWELL, Baronet, of Monreith, to Helenora, daughter of the late Sir M. S. STEWART, Bart., of Greenock and Blackhall.
At Dumfries, on the 11th curt., John MOOR, Esq., of Birmingham, to Miss WALLACE, of Dumfries, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas WALLACE.
Here, yesterday week, Mary COOK, Duke Street, aged 21; on Monday, Joseph AIREY, Irish Brow, 16.
At Botcherby, on Sunday last, Eleanor, the wife of John Norman BOWMAN, Esq., aged 73.
At Newtown, near this city, on Tuesday week, Mrs. Jane STORY, one of the Society of Friends, aged 83; much and deservedly respected; yesterday week, Mr. Thomas PORTER, aged 66.
At Penrith, on Monday last, Ann, daughter of the late Mr. Henry PATTINSON, draper, aged 15.
At Troughhead, Stapleton, on the 7th inst., Mr. James RICHARDSON, farmer, aged 88.
At Branthwaite, on the 8th inst., Mr. Jas. SCURR, stonemason, aged 58.
In our last we accidentally omitted to announce the death of one of the most upright, straightforward, and independent men, of which the very spirited and independent town of Cockermouth could boast—Mr. Isaac BROWNE; who died on the 6th inst., in the 50th year of his age. Honest and upright in all his dealings; fearless and uncompromising in the assertion and maintenance of his political opinions—he was looked up to with veneration by those holding similar opinions, and with esteem and respect by his opponents—for enemies he had none. The illness which ultimately carried him off he bore with exemplary patience, and with a pious resignation to the Divine will, for nearly fourteen months; and was gathered to his fathers amidst the deep and unaffected regret of all his fellow-townsmen.
At Cockermouth, on the 9th inst., Alice, wife of Mr. Geo. STAGG, aged 60.
At Keswick, on Tuesday last, Margaret, the wife of Mr. Robert CLARK, woollen manufacturer, aged 43.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. Jos. MIREHOUSE, butcher, aged 19.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Miss Sarah JACKSON, aged 24; Mrs. Ann WATSON, aged 70; Mr. Henry SMITH, aged 39; Mr. Patrick DAW, aged 56.
At Egremont, on Monday week, Mr. John BROWN, paper maker, aged 73; yesterday week, Ann, the daughter of Mr. Roger CAIN, aged 23.
On Thursday week, Mr. Stephen LAVENDER, Deputy Constable of Manchester, aged 44.
On Saturday last, suddenly, in the 43d year of his age, the Hon. Captain Thomas ROPER CURZON, R. N., of Cumberland Street, Portman Square, London, second son of the Right Hon. Lord Teynham.