At Walton House, on the 30th ult., the Lady of W. Ponsonby JOHNSON, Esq., of a Daughter.
At the Vicarage House, Penrith, on the 1st inst., the Lady of the Rev. Dr. JACKSON, of a daughter.
On Sunday last, the Lady of the Rev. C. H. WYBERGH, of Isell, of a Daughter.
In Grosvenor Street, London, on the 24th ult., the Lady of W. MARSHALL, Esq., of Patterdale Hall, of a Son.
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on the 29th ult., Mr. George PEASCOD, to Miss Jane PEILE.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. M'LOYE, to Miss Ann M'CALL, both of Wigton. Conscious, it would seem, of the uncertainty of mortal bliss, and the consequent danger of rash and indefinite promises, the bridegroom was alarmed at the idea of plighting his eternal troth "from that day forward," and being determined to promise no more than he felt in his power to perform, could only persuade himself to promise "from this day fortnight." The clergyman refused to proceed, and in rueful mood the parties left the church. After an hour of tears, terrors, and torture on the part of the injured fair one, a message was sent to the clergyman to return to church; the bridegroom had taken counsel of reason, was reconciled to the necessity of complying with every external ceremony, and "the twain became one flesh." On Wednesday, Mr. William DUGGAN, to Miss Elizabeth FARRAR.
At Aikton, on Thursday, the 26th ult., by the Rev. Mr. FELL, Mr. John STRONG, of Rattenrow, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. Jeremiah PEARSON, of Wiggonby.
At Farnworth, Lancashire, on the 28th ult., the Rev. Henry THOMSON, D.D., Penrith, to Catharine, second daughter of Mr. FAIR, of Bold, near Liverpool.
At Cockermouth, on the 26th ult., Mr. Jos. JACKSON, hairdresser, to Miss Margaret CARRUTHERS, of Eaglesfield; on the 28th inst., Mr. J. BELL, weaver, to Miss Frances HANE.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. Joseph DOBSON, to Miss Jane NOBLE.
At Haile, on the 28th ult., Mr. Thomas KEWLEY, to Miss Ann PEARSON.
At Egremont, on the 25th ult., Mr. Agustus ALLISON, paper maker, to Mary, daughter of Mr. Harrison STEELE, Church Lane, Egremont.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. James WILD, labourer, to Miss Mary PICKTHORN.
At Kendal, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas BELL, of Appleby, to Mis Margaret CUMPSTON.
Here, on Saturday last, Mrs. MOORE, of 85, Edgeware Road, London, aged 61 years; much regretted by a numerous circle of friends.
In John's Lane, on the 28th ult. Mr. William HANDSOM, aged 38.
In Botcherby New Road, on the 1st inst, Miss Susanna Sophia WAUGH, aged 56.
At Cummersdale Mill, on the 3rd inst. Mr. John COLLINS, aged 20.
At Brough, on the 28th ult. Thomas, the son of Mr. John BIRD, aged 20 years.
At Rockliffe Cross, on Friday last, Mr. John HEWITT, only son of Mr. Walter HEWITT, of that place, aged 46.
At Nealhouse Hill, on Monday last, Isebella, relict of the late Mr. Robert HUNTINGTON, of East Curthwaite, aged 88; much respected.
At Park Nook, Bewcastle, on the 21st ult., Mr. Thomas ARMSTRONG, aged 63.
At Newbiggin, on Monday last, Mr. Thos. HODGSON, known in this county for upwards of 50 years as an extensive wool dealer, aged 84; much and deservedly respected by a large circle of friends.
At Cliburn, Mr. Joseph JACKSON, yeoman, aged 68, much respected.
At Great Salkeld, Mr. Isaac FIDLER, yeoman, aged 72 years.
At Penrith, on the 1st, Mr. Isaac MOUNSEY, aged 82; and on the 5th, Charlotte, wife of John HINDSON, Esq. 61.
At Hilton, near Appleby, on the 26th ult. Mr. John FOSTER, aged 31, much respected.
At Mines of Aroa, in Colombia, on the 18th Sept. Mr. Thomas FINLEY, sawer, a native of Penrith, 39.
At Ulverston, on the 23d ult., Mrs. Eleaner LEWTHWAITE, aged 81 years.
At Penny Bridge, on the 29th ult., Mr. William CLARKE, mariner, aged 50 years.
At Bouskel, near Broughton-in-Furness very suddenly, John, the only son of Mr. John BANKS, of that place, aged 16 years.
At Bootle, on the 29th ult., Mary, relict of the late Mr. Anthony WILSON, innkeeper, Sun inn, in that place, aged 31; much respected.
At Maryport, on 1st inst., Mr. Daniel BOWES, tallow-chandler, aged about 50; Mary, wife of Mr. J. BROWN, painter, aged 45.
At Workington, on the 30th ult., Mr. John BANKS, aged 32 years; Mr. James JOHNSTON, aged 24 years.
At Hensingham, Mrs. Mary LITTLE, widow, 76.
At Whitehaven, on the 29th ult., Mr. John ARDELL, aged 60; Mrs. Ann HELLONS, widow, aged 70.
At Appleby, on the 4th inst. Lancelot, the infant son of the Rev. Thomas BELLAS, Vicar of St. Michael's, Appleby.
At Cowpland Beck, near Appleby, Mr. John FORSTER, aged 31 years.
At Drybeck, near Appleby, on the 26th inst. Frances, wife of Mr. Thomas LOWES, aged 29.
At Hesperon Hill, near Appleby, on the 30th ult. Mr. Anthony PEARSON, husbandman, aged 30.
At Asby, near Appleby, on the 4th inst. Isabella, wife of Mr. Thomas TAYLOR, yeoman, aged 76 years.
At Brough, on the 4th inst. Margaret, wife of Mr. Thomas PORTER, in the prime of life.
At Slakes, near Milburn, lately, Mr. John TUER, yeoman, aged 57; and same place, Mr. Thomas PARKER, yeoman, aged 50 years.
On Wednesday night week, Philip REINAGLE, R.A., of Chelsea, Esq., in his 85th year. He was one of first members of the Royal Academy, and his perfection in the art has immortalized his name.
At Howden, in Yorkshire, on the 27th of Nov., in the 20th year of his age, John William GUY, of Catharine Hall, Cambridge, eldest son of the Rev. Thos. GUY, Vicar of Howden; a young man of considerable attainments and of great piety—universally beloved, and most sincerely lamented.
Multis ille bonis flebilis occidit;
Nulli flebilior quam patri.
We regret to announce the premature death of Mr. PICKEN, the author of several meritorious and popular works, who expired at his home, Park-village east, on Saturday last. He had suffered severely from a stroke of apoplexy about a fortnight ago, but was rapidly recovering, when a second attack unexpectedly carried off.
At the Priory, near Cupar, Lady Mary Lindsay CRAWFORD, of Crawford and Kilbirnie.
"Abraham BROGARD died in New Orleans on the 14th of July last, aged 184 years! He never drank a drop of spirits, and was never sick."—The above is from a southern parer [sic]. There must be some mistake in this.— American Paper.