Saturday 22 Mar 1834   (p. 3, col. 6)
 
Married.
 
At Wigtown, on the 10th inst., Captain SIM, of the sloop Jane of this port, to Miss Jane MACTAGGART, Wigtown.
 
At St. Pancras Church, London, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. C. P. HARMAM, William ASHBRIDGE, Esq., of Gill, near Dalston, near this city, to Miss Mary NELSON, of Broomfield, both of this county.
 
At Troutbeck, on Monday the 10th inst., Mr. BROWN, of Coniston, to Miss GREEN, of the former place.
 
At Workington, on Wednesday week, Mr. John CLEMENTS, mariner, to Miss Mary ELLWOOD.
 
At Whitehaven, on Monday last, Mr. MOORE, painter, and clerk of Holy Trinty Church, to Miss FORD, of Whitehaven.
 
On Wednesday week, Mr. John CLARK, joiner, to Miss Elizabeth GRUNDY, second daughter of Mr. James GRUNDY, of the Fleece Inn, Kirkby Lonsdale.
 
At St. Michael's Church, Appleby, lately, Mr. George OUSBY, chaise-driver, to Miss Jane PERCIVAL, dressmaker.
 
At Ecclefechan, on the 10th inst., Mr. William COPLAND, joiner, Annan, to Miss R. MOFFATT, Ecclefechan.
 
At Liverpool, on the 8th inst. at St. Peter's Church, Mr. Robert SMITH, cooper, of Haverflats, to Miss Mary HORRIDGE, of Holme, Westmorland.
 


Saturday 22 Mar 1834   (p. 3, col. 6)
 
Died.
 
Here, on Wednesday last, Jane Elizabeth, infant daughter of Mr. W. S. GALE, Castle Street, aged 7 months.
 
At Denton Holm-foot, on the 18th, Mrs. Mary MILLICAN, aged 65.
 
In the Crown and Anchor Lane, Scotch Street, on the 26th, Mr. Wm. RAWSON, aged 74.
 
In Rickergate, on the 12th inst., Mr. Thos. CLARKE, aged 32 years.
 
Same day, in St. Mary's Workhouse, Wm. KENDAL, aged 34.
 
At Workington, on the 11th inst., Mr. John ROUTLEDGE, organist of St. John's Chapel, in that town, aged 28 years; many years organist at St. Cuthbert's Church, in this city.
 
At Harraby Hill, near this city, on the 18th inst., Miss Sarah DIXON, aged 25.
 
At Bank End, near this city, on the 3rd inst., at her grandson's, in the 82nd year of her age, Mrs. Mary SCOTT, for many years an inhabitant of Caldbeck, and lately of Papergill, in the parish of Sebergham.
 
At Cardewlees, on the 28th ult, Miss Sarah MOORE, aged 62 years; much regretted by a large circle of friends.
 
At Loning, near Raughtonhead, on the 9th inst., Mr. John BARKER, aged 50.
 
At Burtholm, on Friday week, Isabella, wife of Mr. Robert ARMSTRONG, late of the String of Horses, Brampton, aged 72.
 
At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mr. Joseph HODGSON, solicitor, aged 31.
 
At Penrith, on Thursday last, Mrs. Sarah GLAISTER, widow, aged 68 years. Mrs. G. was a person universally beloved by a large circle of relatives and friends.
 
At Black Sykes, Hutton, Penrith, on Monday last, Mrs. PEARS, widow, aged 84 years; much and derervedly [sic] respected.
 
At Kirkbride, on Thursday last, Mrs. Frances SKELTON, aged 74.
 
At Allonby, on Wednesday last, Miss Elizabeth SHARP, aged 43; much respected.
 
At Workington, on the 11th, Mary, daughter of Mrs. Frances FELL, widow, aged 17 years; on the 12th, William, son of Mr. William EVE, aged 14 years; and on the 15th, Mr. Richar [sic] HOLYWELL, aged 36.
 
At Portinscale, near Keswick, on Tuesday week, Mr. John HARRIS, aged 87 years; at Mungrisdale, near Keswick, on the 12th, Mr. Joseph WREN, aged 57 years; and at Brigham, near Keswick, on Thursday week, Miss Mary JACKSON, aged 42 years.
 
At Bleng Side, in Gosforth, on Friday week, Mr. Jonah SEWELL, aged 33 years.
 
At Moor Side, in the parish of Gosforth, on Sunday last, after a short illness, Mr. Clement MOSCROP, aged 75 years.
 
At Bridge End, Egremont, on Monday week, Mrs. Agnes BENSON, a maiden lady, aged 74 years, sister of the late William BENSON, Esq., coroner, and solicitor, of Whitehaven, much esteemed; on Sunday last, Mr. John JEFFERSON, weaver, aged 80 years.
 
At Corkickle, on Tuesday week, Miss PEARSON, daughter of Mr. John PEARSON, formerly of Low-House, near Egremont, aged 68.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Thomas JACKSON, miller, aged 62; Mary Ann LUNDY, widow, aged 63; Mr. Peter FINNIGAN, aged 26; Mr. Elias VICKERS, aged 37.
 
On Monday the 24th ult. (occasioned by a fall from the mizenmast of the George Washington) aged 16, William Jones, sixth son of Mr. John M'KINNEY, of Union Street, Liverpool, and formerly corn merchant, in Duke Street, in Whitehaven.
 
At Innsa Court, St. Bees, on Thursday week, Mrs. Ellen SMITH, widow, aged 75 years.
 
On Wednesday week, aged 43, after a lingering illness of nearly twelve months, Mrs. Margt. GRAHAM, wife of Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, farmer, of Threapland, late of Chapel House.
 
At Annan, on the 14th inst., in his mother's house, in Ednam-street, James HENDERSON, of New York, of consumption; on the 15th, very suddenly, John Johnston DALGLIESH, youngest son of John DALGLIESH, Esq., of Prestonfield.
 
At Templesowerby, on Sunday last, Mrs. Elizabeth SHAW, aged 84.
 
At Appleby, on Sunday last, Mrs. Elizabeth JAMES, aged 90; on Monday, Mary, relict of Mr. Jonathan WRIGHT, auctioneer, aged 78; on Thursday, Miss Anna DENT, sister to the late Capt. DENT, of the Royal Westmorland Militia, aged 32.
 
At Brampton, near Appleby, on Sunday last, Jane, wife of Mr. Jonathan HORN, grocer.
 
At Coupland Beck, on Sunday last, Miss Barbara BOLT, aged 20.
 
On the 11th instant, after a lingering illness, at the early age of 20 years, Margaret, wife of Mr. Peter BUTLERr, draper, Ulverston.
 
At Liverpool, on Monday last, whilst engaged in his usual daily occupation, awfully sudden, Mr. Geo. BALL, printer, aged 42.
 
At Liverpool, on Thursday week, Dorothy, the daughter of Mr. T. DENNISON, in her 34th year, after a lingering illness of sixteen years, which was sustained exemplary religious resignation.
 
At Edinburgh, on the 10th inst., James GOLDIE, Esq., writer to the signet, in the prime of life.
 
On the 28th ult., at Cheshunt, in her 90th year, Mrs. Shaw CROMWELL. She was the last of that name, and the great great grand-daughter of the Protector, Oliver CROMWELL.
 
On Thursday week, the Right Hon. Charles Philip YORKE, second of the late, and half brother to the present Right Hon. the Earl of Hardwicke, one of his Majesty's Privy Councillors, one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, F. R. and S. A., &c, and heir presumptive to the title and family estates of the Earl of Hardwicke.
 
At Munich, on the 26th ult., aged 62, SENNEFELDER, the inventor of the art of lihography.