Saturday 12 Apr 1834   (p. 3, col. 7)
At the Friends' Meeting-house, in this city, on the 10th instant, William DOEG, of the Joint Stock Bank, Newcastle, to Susanna, eldest daughter of Joseph HOPE, wine merchant, &c., Scotch-street.
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on the 6th inst., Mr. Thomas ROSEAMAN, of the 15th regiment of foot, to Miss Elizabeth M'ADAM.
At Annan, on the 7th current, Mr. William IRVING, joiner, to Miss REBANK, daughter of Mr. REBANK, innkeeper, Annan.
At Dacre, near Penrith, on Sunday last, Mr. John ALLISON, yeoman, to Miss Elizabeth WILSON.
At Penrith, on the 5th instant, Mr. Wm. GIBSON, to Miss Margaret WATSON; on the 6th, Mr. Wm. LAMB, to Miss Mary FOSTER.
At St. Michael's, Appleby, on Tuesday last, Mr. Michael NEWTON, to Miss Esther OUSBY.
Here, since our last, Mr. John LITTLE, of Rickergate, aged 71 years; Mrs. Rosanna MILLER, of Church-street, aged 49; Mr. Isaac HENDERSON, of Rickergate, aged 40; Mr. John BROWN, of Queen-street, aged 37; Mrs. Mary LOMOUS, Robert-street, aged 34.
At Stanwix, on the 30th ult., Jane, the wife of Mr. Robert CARRUTHERS, husbandman, aged 77; leaving 13 children, 30 grand-children, and seven great-grand-children!
At Durham Place, Hackney Road, London, on the 1st ult., Frederick NIXON, Esq., second son of John NIXON, Esq., of Lloyd's, London, and of Aglionby in this county.
At Borrans Hill, Sebergham, on the 31st ult., Latimer HOLLIDAY, aged ten months.
At Wigton, on Sunday last, Robert, son of Mr J. ISMAY, bookseller, aged 15 months.
At Seafield, near Annan, on the 2nd instant, Mr. Barkas SCOTT, of South Shields.
At Annan, on the 3rd current, Mrs. M. POOL or ROME, widow, at a very advanced age.
At Hutton Hall, Penrith, on the 8th inst., Abraham LEVY, Esq., aged 65; deeply lamented by his family and friends.
At Hilton, near Appleby, Mr. Edward BARNES, aged 82.
At Colby, on Friday last, Mr. James PATTINSON, shoemaker, aged 35.
In Mecklenburgh-square, London, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Mary HINDSON, sister of John HINDSON, Esq., of Penrith, in the 85th year of her age.
On the 5th inst., Admiral Sir R. G. KEATS, G. C. B. This gallant officer was born at Chalton, in Hampshire, on the 16th Jan., 1757, and entered the Navy on the 25th of Nov., 1770, on board the Bellona. He was engaged in many actions during the last war:—in the capture, destruction, and dispersion of the French fleet off St. Domingo, on the 6th Feb., 1806; at the blockade and seige of Copenhagen, in 1807; and in 1808, when he succeeded in carrying off the Spanish army under the Marquis DE LA ROMANA from Nyborg. On this last occasion his Majesty was pleased to create him a Knight of the Bath. He continued to be actively employed in the service until ill health compelled him to retire in Oct., 1812. He was afterwards appointed to the government and command of Newfoundland, which situation he held until 1816, when the state of his health again compelled him to withdraw from public life.

Saturday 12 Apr 1834   (p. 4, col. 6)
At Bromfield, on the 3rd instant, Mr. EAYTON, (of the firm of EAYTON, WILSON, and Co., silk mercers, Liverpool) to Miss WILSON, of the Ship Hotel, Allonby.
At Crosscannonby, on the 6th inst., Mr. J. STAMPER, brazier, &c., to Miss Elizabeth COLLIN, of the Crown Inn.
At Keswick, since our last, Mr. Joseph BENNET, Wallthwaite, Threlkeld, near Keswick, to Miss Mary WEBSTER, Underskiddaw; same place, Mr. Joshua DOVER to Miss Dinah TYSON, both of Newlands.
At Harrington, since our last, Mr. Rownson EWART, brewer, to Mrs. Jane PATTINSON; same place, Mr. Joseph SEWELL, to Miss Ruth STOREY.
At Ulverston, since our last, Jas. RAWLINSON, Esq., of Lower Nibthwaite, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. JAMES, of Low Hall, Kirkby Ireleth; same place, Mr. John GAWITH, wine-cooper, to Miss J. REDPATH.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Thomas ASHBRIDGE, mariner, to Mrs. Mary CURRIE.
At Woburn, on the 2nd instant, the Lord Charles James Fox RUSSELL, sixth son of the Duke of Bedford, and M. P. for the county of Bedford, to Isabella Clarissa, daughter of the late William DAVIES, Esq., of Pen-y-lan, county of Carmarthan, and grand-daughter of the late Lord Robert SEYMOUR.
On the 31st ult, the Rev. Henry JENKINS, Fellow of Oriel College Oxford, and Professor of Greek in the University of Durham, to Harriet, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Henry HOBHOUSE, of Hadspen, Somerset.
At Bathwick Church, Bath, on the 2nd inst,, G. LOWTHER, Esq. of Ashley, in the New Forest, to Julia, second daughter of the late Rev. Walter TREVELYAN, and grand-daughter of the late Sir John TREVELYAN of Nettlecombe-park, Somerset.

Saturday 12 Apr 1834   (p. 4, col. 6)
At Longburgh, on the 18th ult., from a violent attack of water in the brain, Richard, youngest son of Mayson HODGSON, Esq., aged 16 years. Master R. HODGSON was a young man of a kind and amiable disposition, and as the opening of his youth gave a fair prospect of future usefulness and respectability in life, his death will be deeply lamented by his friends and acquaintance.
In Maryport, after a lingering illness, Mr. Joseph BELL, cooper and block-maker, aged 64; same place, on Wednesday, after a few days' illness, Mr. Jacob HEWITT, mariner, in his 53rd year.
At Allonby, on the 1st instant, Mary, grand-daughter of Mr. Wm. GRAHAM, aged 9 years.
At Waterend, near Keswick, on the 1st inst., Mary, the wife of Mr. Alexander M'CRIEDIE, aged 76 years; at Keswick, on Saturday, Mrs. Ann HODGSON, of the firm of Ann HODGSON and Son, woollen manufacturers, aged 89 years.
At Whitehaven, since our last, at the house of Mr. Thomas CAILE, West Strand, on Mr. John M'CARGO, master of the Jane and Martha, of Belfast, aged 29 years; Mrs. Margaret SMITH, aged 90 years; Mr. J. LUCAS, Mount Pleasant, aged 77; J. GREENOP, infant, Ginns.
At the Commercial Hotel, Kendal, very suddenly, on Tuesday week, Mr. Wm. BERRY, solicitor, aged 43, eldest son of the late Wm. BERRY, Esq. Ashmeadow House, and formerly Town Clerk.
At Kendal, Margaret, only daughter of Mr. John MELDRAM, nursery and seedsman, aged 23 years.
On Sunday sennight, Francis DOUCE, Esq., at his house in Gower Street, Bedford-square, London. DOUCE was the friend of STEVENS, REED, MALONE, William GIFFORD, and Sir Walter SCOTT. He has left behind him an invaluable library, printed and in manuscript, of early English, French, Spanish, aud German poetry, coins, medals, missals, and prints.
At Taymouth Castle, Perthshire, on the 29th ult., aged 72, the Marquis of Breadalbane. His title and princely estates devolve upon his eldest son the Earl of Ormelie, M. P. for Perthshire.-His eldest daughter, Lady Elizabeth, married Sir John PRINGLE, Bart., and his youngest daughter, Mary, is married to the Marquis of Chandos.
At his house, in Exmouth-street, on Thursday the 27th March, John CALEY, Esq., aged 74, F. R. S., F. S. A., &c. This gentleman, during a period of 30 years, held the post of Secretary to the Record Commission, at a nominal salary of £250 per annum. He was Keeper of the Records in the Chapter House, at a salary of £500 per annum, exclusive of fees. And also Keeper of the Records in the Augmentation Office, the emoluments of which, arising from fees, amounted in some years to £1,000.
Mr. Julian HEBBERT, of Hampstead, Mr. SAULL, of Aldersgate-street, wine-merchant; Mr. BROOKS, of Oxford-street, bookseller; and Mr. GREEN, of Blackfriars-road, coal-merchant, are his executors. He directs his body to be given to an anatomical school, and that no person should wear mourning for him.- He leaves £492 to Messrs. CUNNINGHAM and SALMON, the printers, in Fleet-street; that being the sum in which CARLILE was indebted to them, and being in place of a legacy he intended to leave the latter. There are also other handsome legacies to HETHERINGTON, WATSON, and several other publishers. He had bequeathed the sum of £500 to the Rev. Robert TAYLOR, but this he revoked by a codicil, in consequence, as he states, of his having married a lady of large fortune, and that he therefore considers it would now be an insult to offer it to him. He provides handsomely for his housekeeper and other domestics. It appears that he was a very abstemious man, a good scholar, and an author. During TAYLOR's confinement in Horsemonger-lane gaol, he supplied him with every comfort.- Observer.
A woman, named HEFFORD, died in this town a few weeks ago, apparently in very wretched circumstances. She had, for some time before her death, been in receipt of parochial relief; and, from her representation of extreme poverty, actually obtained 4s. from the clergyman who visited her in her last illness. After her decease, it was discovered that she possessed property amounting to upwards of £200.-Northampton Herald.