Yesterday (Friday) morning, in Lowther Street, Mrs. Andrew ELLIOT, of a daughter.
On the 5th inst., at Pennington House, near Lymington, the lady of Captain TEMPLE, of a daughter.
At Penrith, on the 14th inst., Mr. James ALLAN, to Miss Elizabeth WILLIAMSON.
At Seathwaite, lately, Mr. William KENDAL, second son of Mr. Joseph KENDAL, surgeon, of Cockenscale, Blawith, to Ann, the only surviving daughter of Mr. Joseph TYSON, of Turner Hall, Seathwaite.
At Ulverston, on Sunday last, Mr. T. WOODBURN, of Kirkby Ireleth, to Miss Mary ROBINSON, of Thruston Ville, in the former parish.
At Workington, on Saturday last, Mr. Martin POTTS, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth MOUNSEY.
At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, Mr. Thos. SMITH, weaver, to Miss Susannah FULLERTON; on Tuesday, Mr. Henry HETHERINGTON, to Miss Margaret HALL.
At Kirk Braddan, on Wednesday last, Mr. Joseph NEEN, of Whitehaven, to Miss Eleanor CHAPMAN, of Douglas.
At Asby, near Appleby, on the 10th instant, Mr. Thomas STEWARDSON, to Miss Jane AIREY; by this marriage the bridegroom marries his father's wife's daughter, and the bride her mother's husband's son.
At Kendal, since our last, Mr. Henry WHITEHEAD, to Miss Hary SHOLLICK, both of Nethergraveship; Mr. James FISHER, of the Lound, to Miss Nancy TAYLOR, of Kendal.

Here, in Scotch Street, on the 14th instant, Mr. Edward M'CORNICK, aged 58 years.
In Botchergate, on Saturday last, Jane, daughter of Mr. Henry ANDERSON, warper, aged 18 years.
At St. Cuthbert's Workhouse, on the 15th inst., Mrs. Sarah M'GARR, aged 86 years.
In Liverpool, on the 11th inst., of typhus fever, William, the second son of Mr. Ostell REEVES, late of Raughtonhead, aged 7 years.
At Haggieston-holme, Arthuret, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Jane M'DOUGAL, at an advanced age.
At Longtown, on the 10th inst., the Rev. James PATTON, Minister of the Scotch Church in the above town, aged 48; on the 11th, Miss Elizabeth BELL, aged 21 years.
At Spoutbank, in the parish of Walton, on the 13th inst., Dinah, wife of Mr. Wm. ROUTLEDGE, aged 49 years, after a painful and lingering illness of upwards of 3 years, which she bore with great patience and resignation. The deceased died in the same house and room in which she was born, was mother of twelve children, eleven of whom, together with a large and respectable concourse of friends and relations, followed her remains to the grave.
At Penrith, on the 14th inst., William, son of Mr. Thomas TINKLAR, shoemaker, aged 26 years; Mr. John PATRICKSON, butcher, aged 64 years.
At Sock Bridge, near Penrith, on the 15th inst., Mr. John MATTINSON, Yeoman, aged 74.
At Terril, near Penrith, on the 15th inst., Hannah, wife of Mr. Wm. JACKSON, one of the Society of Friends, aged 78.
At Kirkby, on Saturday last, Miss Ann BRIGGS, aged 32 years.
At Keswick, on Saturday last, after a very long illness, Mr. Wm. BRAGG, butcher, aged 66.
At Cockermouth, on Friday the 11th inst., Mr. Stephenson MARTIN, aged 80 years— a gentleman who had been blind from a very early period of life. He was possessed of a strong retentive memory, by which, from books being regularly read to him, he obtained extensive historical and miscellaneous information, which he imparted in a clear and copious manner.
On Saturday last, of a lingering consumption, Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. G. HOLLIDAY, dyer, of the soapery, near Workington, in the bloom of youth, and respected by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.
On Thursday last, at the house of her father, aged 37, deeply lamented, Mary, the beloved wife of the Rev. T. POSTLETHWAITE, of Long Preston, Yorkshire, and eldest daughter of John PARKINS, Esq., of Lowmire, near Workington.
At Whitehaven, on Thursday week, after a lingering illness, Henry, son of Capt. HARRADEN, of the Royal Cumberland Militia, aged 17 years—a young man of great promise, and universally regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintance; on Saturday last, at the house of Mr. Thos. CAILE, innkeeper, Miss Jane OSMOTHERLY, aged 26 years, 13 of which she passed as a domestic in the family of Mr. CAILE, after a severe illness of a few hours; Mr. H. MAGEE, aged 52; on Friday week, Mr. Joseph MOOR, shoemaker, aged 35; on Monday week, Elizabeth, relict of Mr. Francis FISHER, whom she only survived about six weeks, aged 73.
On the 4th of Sept., at sea, on his passage to Liverpool, Captain Wm. DOBSON, of the brig Manly, of Whitehaven, aged 42.
At Maulds Meaburn,on Sunday last, Mrs. BURRA, widow, aged 89 years.
On the 2d inst., the Rev. J. HUGHES, M. A. of Battersea, Secretary to the British and Foreign Bible Society, aged 64.