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Birth.
 
On Wednesday last, at Isel Grange, the lady of Captain WYBERGH, of twin sons.
 
Married.
 
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on the 20th inst., Mr. Henry FLEMING, to Miss Jane Douglas M'MILLEN; on the 23rd, Mr. Abraham BEWLEY, of the parish of Hayton, to Miss Ann WALES, of this city.
 
At St. Cuthbert's Church, in this city, on the 20th inst., Mr. John James SAVAGE, to Mrs. Mary Ann CAMPBELL.
 
At Wetheral, on Thursday week, Mr. John BRECKINS, of Duncowfold, farmer, to Miss Eliz. MORLEY.
 
At Workington, on Sunday, Mr. Joseph KIRKBRIDE, husbandman, to Miss Mary FLETCHER.
 
At Cockermouth, on Monday, January 20th, Mr. Michael FLINN, weaver, of that town, to Mrs. McLISH, of the same place.
 
At Annan, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. James MONILAWS, Mr. John LOGAN, master of the sloop Blossom, of Annan, to Mrs. Rachael SCOTT, widow of the late Mr. Francis SCOTT, mariner, of Annan.
 
At the Friends' Meeting-house, at Kendal, on the 16th inst., Joseph Tavis CLAY, of Rastrick, Yorkshire, to Jane, eldest daughter of Isaac WHITWELL, of Kendal, Westmorland.
 
At Stoke Church, Devonport, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. W. J. ST. AUBYN, rector, Captain James GRAHAM, of the 89th Regiment of Foot, to Mary Frances, daughter of W. ADY, Esq.
 
At St. George's Church, Hanover-square, on Tuesday, John BARHAM, Esq., (the candidate for the representation of Kendal), to the Lady Catherine GRIMSTON, eldest daughter of the Earl and Countess of Verulam.
 

Died.
 
Here, in Duke Street, on the 20th inst., Mr. Thos. JACKSON, aged 75 years.
 
Same day, in Rickergate, Mr. John NICHOLSON, aged 18 years.
 
In Annetwell Street, on the 22nd, Mrs. Mary RUTHERFORD, aged 60 years.
 
At Scaleby, on Wednesday last, Ann, wife of Mr. Thomas WATSON, yeoman, aged 62; much respected.
 
At Coathill, on the 10th inst., Mr. Joseph SANDERSON, yeoman, aged 87.
 
At Blackford, on the 26th ult., Mr. James BELL, aged 76 years.
 
At Longtown, on the 21st inst., Mrs. TODHUNTER, advanced in years.
 
At Irthing Bank (Edmond Castle), on the 13th inst., William Henry, the only son of Mr. John HENDERSON, aged 16 years.
 
At Hayton, on the 13th inst., Robert, the third son of Mr. Robert THOMLINSON, innkeeper and grocer, aged five years.
 
At Kinkrahill, in the parish of Bewcastle, on the 15th inst., John, son of Mr. Joseph ELLIOT, aged 28.
 
At Penrith, on the 21st inst., Mary, wife of Mr. Wm. CHAPMAN, late a coach driver, aged 86.
 
In February last, in the Hon. the East India Companies Military Service, Bombay Establishment, John CHAMBERS, conductor, aged 38 years, third son of the late Wm. CHAMBERS, of Cowfold, Abbey Holme; he was a young man highly respected in his situation, and deeply lamented by his family and a large circle of friends.
 
At the Workhouse, Keswick, on Tuesday last, in child-birth, Mary WALKER, aged 26.
 
At Maryport, on the 15th, Mr. Joseph HODGSON, aged 67; on the 17th, Ann, the wife of Mr. Thomas HODGSON, painter, aged 27 years.
 
At Pica House, near Harrington on Monday week, Mr. P. WARD, aged 70 years.
 
In Whitehaven, on Monday week, Mr. Robert QUAYLE, aged 49 years.
 
Lately, at Tampico, Jeremiah Guest, eldest son of the late Captain Daniel RILEY, of the brig Woodall, of Whitehaven, and grandson of Mr. Jeremiah GUEST, of the same place, greatly respected.
 
At Harris Dyke, near Whitehaven, Mr. Joseph THOMPSON, farmer, aged 68 years.
 
At Kirkcudbright, Mrs. M'NAUGHT, aged 80. The deceased was housekeeper in St. Mary's Isle, when the celebrated Paul JONES visited it, and carried off the plate belonging to the Earl of Selkirk. She had a vivid recollection of the adventure, and used to relate the circumstance with much spirit.
 
At Appleby, on the 19th, after a lingering illness, Mr. Wm. HODGSON, plumber, &c. one of the Society of Friends, very much respected, aged 43 years; and on the 18th, Mr. Hugh ALLEN, yeoman, formerly of Crackenthorpe, aged 80 years.
 
Lately, at Bongate, Appleby, Margaret, wife of Mr. Richard HUTCHINSON, aged 45; same place on the 8th inst., Agnes, wife of Mr. John WILSON, gardener, aged 58.
 
At Close Houses, near Milburne, on the 17th, Mary, wife of Mr. Robert FURNESS, aged 70.
 
At Brough, on the 20th, Mr. John BALMER, Blacksmith, aged 25 years.
 
At Crossland's Hotel, Leeds, on Monday week, after a short but severe indisposition, aged 62, Wm. HINDE, Esq., of Castle Park, Lancaster, a Deputy Lieutenant, and one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county of Lancaster.
 
At Brough Hall, Yorkshire, aged 83, Sir Henry Maine LAWSON, Bart.
 
In Gloucester, aged 81, Mrs. PHILLPOTTS, mother of the Bishop of Exeter, and of J. PHILLPOTTS, Esq., M. P. for that city. Mrs. P. was mother of 24 children.
 
At Derby. Mr. Henry AULT, of Deveridge, Derbyshire, aged 95, leaving a very numerous offspring in four generations, having, to use his own words, "rocked the cradle upwards of 75 years."
 
Intelligence has reached town of the death of Lady LYNDHURST, in Paris. Her Ladyship was the daughter of Charles BRUNSDELL, Esq. and widow of Lieut. Col. THOMAS, who was killed at the battle of Waterloo. The date of her second marriage was 1829.— The courier with intelligence arrived in the Court of Exchequer this morning during the sitting, and the noble widower instantly left the bench on the news being communicated to him — Globe.