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Here, on the 16th inst, the wife of Mr. INGHAM, organist of the Cathedral, of a daughter.
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on the 10th inst., Mr. John ARMSTRONG, to Miss Mary HETHERINGTON.
At Dalston, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. Walter FLETCHER, chancellor, the Rev. Richard JACKSON, B. A., of Ainstable, to Jane Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Thos. WATSON, Esq., of Hawksdale.
At Castle Sowerby, on the 1st inst., Mr. Robert CARLISLE, of Haltcliff, Plough maker, to Ann, only daughter of Isaac WILSON, of Howhill.
At the Friends Meeting House, Mosedale, on the 1st inst., John WILSON, of Low Mill, to Ann DIXON, of Bowscale.
At Penrith, on the 14th inst., Mr. John SMITH, tailor, of Warcross, to Miss Elizabeth PARKIN.
At Bridekirk, on Saturday last, Mr. Jonathan STANWIX, land surveyor, to Mrs. OSBORNE, widow of the late Capt. OSBORNE; Mr. Benjamin THOMPSON, innkeeper, to Miss Jane TODD, of Uldale.
At Workington, on the 11th instant, Mr John WIGHTMAN, joiner, to Miss Rebecca FERGUSON; on the 13th, Mr. Nicholas CASSON, shipwright, to Miss Jane WIGHTMAN.
At Harrington, on Monday last, Mr. Christopher HOPKIN, mariner, to Miss Hannah BLACK, both of that place.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. James NELSON, seaman, to Miss Elizabeth HODGSON; Mr. John GIBSON, carpenter, to Miss Margaret WILSON.
At the Collegiate Church, Manchester, Mr. Geo. DAKIN, to Anne, daughter of the late John WALKER, Esq., of Whitbeck, Cumberland.
On the 10th inst., Charles LOWTHER, Esq., second son of Sir John LOWTHER, Bart., of Swillington, Yorkshire, to Isabella, eldest daughter of the Rev. Rob. MOREHEAD, D. D., Rector of Easington, in that county.

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At Castle Carrock, on the 15th inst., the Rev. Samuel HUDSON, A.M., Rector of Castle Carrock and one of the Minor Canons of Carlisle Cathedral, aged 32 years. The Rev. gentleman had been for a long time in a precarious state of health, and his death, will be deeply felt by bis friends and relations, and by all who could duly estimate the great benevolence of his disposition.
Here, since our last, Mrs. Margaret FELL, of Colier-lane, aged 60; Mrs. Mary ARMSTRONG, of Bridge-lane, aged 73 years.
At West-moor, in the parish of Rockliff, on the 8th inst., Mr. Richard POTTS, weaver, aged 25 years.
In Gower Place, London, on the 7th inst., at the house of his sister, Mr. Wm. ATKINSON, late of Scotby; much and deservedly respected by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances.
At Hawksdale, on the 11th instant, Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, late Officer of Excise, aged 68; much respected through life.
At Brampton, on Friday week, Mr. Christopher ARMSTRONG, aged 52.
On Tuesday last, Mr. BROWN, late of Gelt Bridge, near Brampton, aged 80.
In the parish of Walton, on Sunday last, Mr. John NIXON, aged 39.
At Wigton, on Friday week, Mrs. Eliz. MOORE, aged 86 years; on Saturday last, Mr. Luke TOOLE; on Tuesday, Mr. James FELL, aged 19; on Wednesday, Mr. Henry TWENTYMAN, in his 92nd year.
At Penrith, on the 10th inst., William, son of Mr. ROXBOROUGH, brazier, a youth of very promising acquirements and greatly respected, aged 26; Miss Ann SCOTT, dressmaker, aged 36; on the 11th, Mrs. Bridget EDMONDSON, widow, aged 83 years.
At Southern House, Downham Market, on the 3rd inst., Robert MARTIN, Esq., advanced in life.
At Hallford Mills, Kirklinton, Mr. Wm. BLENKINSOP, aged 85 years.
At Laversdale-lane-end, Mrs. A. PARK, aged 58.
At Keswick, on Thursday, Mrs. Dorothy HARRISON, widow, at the great age of 81 years.
At Maryport, on the 11th inst., Mrs. Jane MACNAMARA, aged 22.
At Distington, last week, Mr. John WILSON, of that place, aged about 50 years.
At Harrington, on Sunday week, after a long and painful illness, Mr. Wilfred SEWELL, aged 67 years; on Tuesday last, Mrs. Peggy SMITH, aged 54.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Ann KELLY, widow, aged 77.
At Rainors, in Gosforth, on Sunday last, after a long illness, Mr. Jonah SEWELL, aged 64 years. The deceased was greatly respected by all who knew him.
At Ulverston, on Wednesday, aged 71, Mrs. BARKER, relict of Francis BARKER, Esq., of Rampside, near that town.
In Liverpool, on the 3rd inst., very suddenly, Mr. Peter MORRISON, master of the sloop Friends, of Kirkcudbright.
At Kirkby Stephen, on the 14th instant, Mary, daughter of Orton BRADLEY, Esq., aged 18.
At Bongate, Appleby, on the 14th inst., Mary, the wife of Mr. John HEBSON, husbandman, advanced in years.
At Greenhill, parish of Lochmaben, on the 10th inst., Joseph KENNEDY, Esq., aged 53.
In Maury county, Tennessee, on the 10th Jan. last, Mrs. Betsy FRANTHAM, at the advanced age of 154 years. She was a native of Germany, and arrived at North Carolina in 1710. At the age of 120 her eye-sight became almost extinct; but during the last twenty years of her life she possessed the power of vision as perfectly as at the age of 20.—New York P.