Married.
 
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on the 29th inst. by the Rev. W. REES, Mr. Ellwood SHANNON, tea dealer, of this city, to Mary, only daughter of Mr. John RELPH, of Etterby.
 
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on Saturday last, Mr. Alexander DOTTI, tailor, of this city, to Miss Lucy FORSTER, eldest daughter of Mr. George FORSTER, of Stanwix; on Sunday, Mr. Joseph HAUGH, of Stainton, to Martha ARMSTRONG of this city.
 
At Liverpool, on Wednesday last, Mr. Thomas SEWELL, of this city, to Miss Jane FORSTER, third daughter of Mr. George FORSTER, of Stanwix.
 
At Wigton, on Saturday week, Mr. John BULMAN, of Holme Cultram, to Miss Sarah ROW, of Wigton; on Sunday week, Mr. John ISMAY, of Bradford, Yorkshire, to Miss Sarah STODDART, of Wigton.
 
At Blacketlees, on the 21st inst., by the Rev. Mr. MONELAWS, Mr. James BEATTIE, grocer, Annan, to Miss Mary POOL, niece of James POOL, Esq. of Blacketlees.
 
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. John RICHARDSON, master of the William, of Whitehaven, to Miss Deborah SANDERSON, of the former place; on Thursday, Mr. William BENSON, to Miss Eleanor COULTHARD.
 
At Crosscannonby, on Wednesday last, Mr. George RAE, surgeon, of Maryport, to Miss Susannah WOOD, of the same place.
 
At Workington, since our last, Mr. John BARNES, hatter, to Miss Mary BURNS, late and for many years principal waiter at the Green Dragon inn, in that town; Mr. Thomas PEAT, hair-dresser, to Miss Ann SCOTT; Mr. James TAGGART, cartwright, to Miss Ann ARMSTRONG.
 
At Harrington, on Saturday last, Captain Henry PEARCE, to Miss Martha JACKSON, of Tarn House, near Harrington.
 
At Whitehaven, on the 18th inst., Mr. WOODEND, of Kirkby Iredale, to Isabella, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Thos. PEARSON, vicar of Kirkby Iredale; on the 25th, Mr. John TAYLOR, stonemason, to Miss Betsy HUMES, both of that place; Mr. John TYSON, of Eskdale to Miss Sarah COWIN.
 
At Clifton Chapel, on Monday week, Mr. John BIRBETT, to Miss Sarah BAXTER.
 
At Marr, near Doncaster, Mr. Thomas LUND, of Braffarton, near Boroughbridge, to Mary, the third daughter of Gideon DARE, Esq., of Chesnut Hill, Keswick.
 


Died.
 
Here, in Castle Street, on Saturday last, Isaac JOHNSON, currier, aged 25 years, son of John JOHNSON, of Long Burgh.
 
In Queen Street, on Wednesday last, Mrs. FISHER, widow of the late Mr. Robert FISHER, dyer, Denton Hill, aged 81 years; deeply lamented by a numerous family, and universally respected by all who knew her.
 
In Church Street, on Wednesday last, in childbed, Tamer, the wife of Isaac CURRIE, sawyer, aged 29.
 
In Backhouse's Walk, on the 22d inst., Mrs. Mary NIXON, aged 71 years.
 
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. GRAHAM, aged 47; on Thursday, Mr. Thomas BELL, aged 19; Mr. Seavithwaite HEAD, at an advanced age.
 
At Brampton, on Monday last, Mrs. Agnes BURGUS, aged 81.
 
At Clowsgill Lime Kilns, on Tuesday last, Frances, wife of Mr. Wm. SOWERBY, aged 44.
 
At Penrith, 22d inst. Mr. Frederick DALSTON, shoemaker, 78; on the 23d, Hannah, wife of Mr. Wm. THORNBORROW, butcher, aged 24; on the 25th, Isabella, wife of Mr. John MOSES, gardener, aged 58; same day, Mr. Thomas HARRISON, at the advanced age of 99, the oldest inhabitant in the parish; and on the 28th, Mr. Patrick M'LERY, aged 55,—all of Penrith.
 
At Crookdake, on Wednesday last, Jane, the second daughter of Mr. John SMALLWOOD, aged 15.
 
At Thornthwaite, Borrowdale, near Keswick, on Wednesday week, very suddenly, Mr. Daniel JOPSON, yeoman, at an advanced age.
 
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Patrick WELSH, hatter, aged 38 years; he was a native of Cork, Ireland, and was taken ill while travelling in search of employment. His funeral expences were defrayed by the members of the Hatter's Union, of Cockermouth, who had supported him, and rendered him every assistance during the last two months; on Sunday last, after an illness of many years, during which her spirits were particularly buoyant, Anne, the second daughter of Mr. FISHER, Market-place, aged 27 years.
 
At Little Town, Newlands, near Keswick, on Wednesday week, Ann, the wife of Mr. Peter WREN, yeoman, aged 57 years.
 
At Ulverston, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Ellen FITHE, a maiden lady, at the advanced age of 74 years.
 
At Workington, since our last, John, son of Mr. Wm. BORROWDALE, paper maker, aged 22; Mr. Chris. FAIRS, aged 70; Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Richard HELLON, aged 54.
 
At Harrington, on Tuesday week, Mr. Wm. HOPKIN, aged 63.
 
At Whitehaven on Monday last, Elizabeth, wife of Francis DAWSON, aged 65 years; Mr. Wm. CHRISTAIN, weaver, aged 57 years.
 
At Broad-leys, near Calder Bridge, on Monday last, after a short but acute illness, borne with christain patience, Mrs. Jane SELKIRK, of New Mill, in the parish of Ponsonby, aged 64 years.
 
In Liverpool, a few days ago, aged 24 years, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Wilton Wood RUSSELL, shipbuilder, and daughter of Mr. PEILE, of Harrington.
 
On the 15th inst., aged 23, Mr. James PRITT, of Preston, upholsterer, and son of the late Mr. PRITT, of the King's Arms inn, Lancaster.
 
At Sidney, N. B., Tunis REPHENBARK, in his 103d year. He was one of the combatants under the walls of Quebec when WOLFE and MONTCALM fell.
 
At Plymouth, last week, in his 102d year, a seaman named HILL. He was born in 1731, and lived in four King's reigns.
 
Mr. Andrew PICKEN, the author of several popular, works, expired at his house, Park village-east, on Saturday. He had suffered severely from a stroke of apoplexy about a fortnight ago, but was rapidly recovering, when a second attack unexpectedly carried him off.
 
The Rev. Melville COX, Methodist Missionary to Western Africa.
 
At Deesa, East Indies, on the 5th July, Caroline the youngest daughter of Major ILLINGWORTH, 2nd Bombay Light Cavalry, aged 11 months.
 
At Wilton-crescent, London, on the 22d inst., J. C. BENTINCK, Esq., a Major-General on the Continent of Europe, aged 71.
 
On the 24th ult., Thos. CLOUGH, of Bottington, aged 62, having had by two wives 29 children. Also, a short time ago, Thos. SALTER, of Uppington, leaving a progeny of 133 children, grand-children, and great-grand-children.