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At St. Mary's Church, since our last, Mr. Henry Pringle PEARY to Miss Rebecca THOMPSON; Mr. Michael M'KENYON to Miss Ann GRAHAM; Mr. Richard RICHARDSON to Miss Elizabeth PENN.
At Wigton, on Saturday week, Mr. Jonathan LATIMER to Miss Isabella BEATY.
On Thursday last, at Cockermouth, Richard BARKER, jun., Esq., of Whitehaven, to Miss FISHER, daughter of Mr. John FISHER, of the former place.
At Bride Church, on the 5th inst., Mr. R. ROOK, Waverton, to Miss PEARSON, Tallentire.
At Crosthwaite, Church, Keswick, on Saturday last, Mr. John BEWSHER, of Rigside, in Borrowdale, to Miss Elizabeth STAMPER, of Thornthwaite, near Keswick.
At Whitehaven, on Monday last, Mr. John RICHARDS, mate of the Countess of Lonsdale, to Mrs. Jane CARR, of the Anchor inn, of that place; Mr. Joseph RODGERS to Miss Jane SYMON.
At Egremont, on the 5th inst., David WILMER, Esq., of Leamington, Warwickshire, to Isabella, daughter of Capt. PONSONBY, R. N., of Springfield near Egremont.
At Cummertrees, near Annan, on the 10th instant, Mr. James ROGERSON, grocer and spirit merchant, Annan, to Miss CHALMERS, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas CHALMERS, farmer, Brocks.
On the 4th inst., at St. George's, Hanover-square, John Blenkinsopp COULSON, Esq., eldest son of John Blenkinsopp COULSON, Esq., of Blenkinsopp Castle, Northumberland, to the Hon. Mary Ann BYRON, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Lord BYRON.

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At Longtown, on Sunday last, Mr. Wm. LITTLE, aged 87.
At Brampton, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph FORSTER, grocer, aged 47.
At Wigton, May 29th, Mr. Henry McQUIGGON, aged 71 years; and Wednesday week, Mrs. Hannah PERCIVAL, aged 81.
At Penrith, on 11th inst., Mrs. Isabella THOMPSON, widow, aged 75; on the 12th, Mr. Robert NELSON, aged 77 years.
At the house of Mrs. SHAW, Bongate, Appleby, suddenly, on the 2nd inst., in her 83rd year, Lucy, relict of the late Rev. John STAMPER, vicar of Irthington and perpetual curate of Walton in this county.
On the 3rd inst., at the house of her father-in-law, H. P. HANNAM, Esq., Northborne Court, Kent, Charlotte Matson, wife of Henry J. HANNAM, Esq. of Burcott House, Oxon, and eldest daughter of the late Thomas BACKHOUSE, Esq., of Caldbeck, in this county.
At Whitehaven, on Wednesday week, very suddenly, Mr. Thomas HODGSON, formerly of the Buck's Head inn, of that place, aged 67 years; lately, Mr. Wm. HODGSON, mariner, aged 80; Eleanor, daughter of Mr. John MOORE, shoemaker, aged 19; Sarah, wife of Mr. Wm. COTTERALL, shipwright, aged 28; Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John ATKINSON, joiner, aged 19; Thompson WEIR, miner, aged 29; John SHARP, infant; Ann WINSTANLEY, aged 74 years.
At Cawnpore, in the West Indies, on the 6th June last, in his 42nd year, John PENNINGTON, Esq., late of the 15th Hussars and 44th Regiment, and brother of Capt. R. PENNINGTON, of Whitehaven, Adjutant of the Royal Cumberland Militia.
At Egremont, on Sunday the 1st inst., John, the infant son and only child of Mr. John CHALMERS, flour-dealer, aged 5 weeks; on the 7th inst., after a short but severe illness, Hannah, the wife of the above Mr. CHALMERS, aged 26 years. The deceased attended the remains of her infant son to the grave on Tuesday, and on Saturday became a corpse.
At Ravenstondale, since our last, Mr. Robert CHAMBERLAIN, aged 98 years; Agnes, daughter of Mr. Richard BANKS, aged one month—being the oldest and youngest individuals in the parish.
At Appleby, on the 29th ult., Mrs. Rosa RICKERBY, aged 49 years.
At Burrells, near Appleby, on the 8th inst., John, the son of Mr. E. TURNER, shoemaker, aged 19.
The venerable Lord WODEHOUSE, the father of the House of Peers, expired last week at his seat, Kimberley-hall, Norfolk, having attained the very advanced age of 93. His Lordship was Recorder of Falmouth. As Sir John WODEHOUSE, he was for many years a member of the House of Commons, and was created a baron in 1797, being one of the nine peers created in that year during the administration of Mr. PITT.