Saturday 28 Jun 1834   (p. 3, col. 5-6)
 
Married.
 
At St. Cuthbert’s Church, in this city, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Wm. REES, A. M., Mr. LAVER, of the High School, to Miss ATKINSON, of Harraby Green. On the 21st ult., Mr. Thomas MILTER, Stepping Stones, Bewcastle, to Miss Mary SPEDDING, Wetheral.
 
At Gretna, on Saturday last, Mr. Matthew ARMSTRONG, of Park House, near Brampton, to Miss DODD, only daughter of Mr. DODD, of Clesket-holme.
 
At High Hesket, Mr. George DIXON, eldest son of Mr. Thomas DIXON, millwright, Kirkoswald, to Miss HESKET, oldest daughter of Mr. John HESKET, yeoman, Plumpton Foot.
 
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday, Mr. Charles LOWDEN, miner, Great Braithwaite, to Miss Jane HODGSON, of Stair, near Keswick.
 
At Torpenhow, on the 8th inst., Mr. William HOLLIDAY, of Threapland Hall, to Mrs. Frances WILSON, of Threapland.
 
At Workington, on Thursday week, Mr. Thomas WESTRAY, to Isabella, only daughter of Mr. James BROWN, of Brow-top, all of Workington; Mr. Jos. KEY, mariner, to Miss Margaret DIXON.
 
At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. William GIBSON, to Miss Isabella M’KNIGHT, both of that place.
 
At Annan, on the 23rd inst., Mr. John CREIGHTON, merchant, to Miss Jane WILLIAMSON, grand-daughter of Mr. Thomas WILLIAMSON, late Provost of Annan.
 
At Kirkby Stephen, on Tuesday, Mr. BRUNSKILL, surgeon, to Margaret, second daughter of the late Mr. THOMPSON, surgeon.
 
At Gosforth, near Newcastle, on the 17th inst., Major MARKHAM, of the 60th regiment of foot, to Miss BRANDLING, daughter of the Rev. R. H. BRANDLING, Gosforth House.
 
At Newcastle, on the 16th instant, Thos. WRIGHTSON, Esq., of Nesham Hall, Durham, to Miss Gilchrist, daughter of the late William POTTER, Esq., of Walbottle.
 
At St. Leonard’s Church, Middleton, near Manchester, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. Francis HOPWOOD, curate of Burnley, the Lord Viscount MOLYNEUX, M. P. for the southern division of the county of Lancaster, to Mary, only daughter and youngest child of R. G. HOPWOOD, Esq., of Hopwood Hall, near Middleton. It is supposed that not less than from four to five thousand persons, from different parts, were present to witness the interesting ceremony. Mr. HOPWOOD, the father of the bride, gave his daughter away. The road from the church gates to the church door was carpeted, and from the church doors to the altar was strewed with flowers by 20 female teachers of the Church Sunday School, dressed in white. The bride's-maid was Miss Mary, daughter of Lord STANLEY. There were seven carriages, besides gigs, &c. The livery servants had each a large white rose in his breast.
 
On the 21st inst., at St. Mary's, Bryanston square, Lieut.-Colonel De Lacy EVANS, M. P. for Westminster, to Josette, relict of Philip HUGHS, Esq., of the Hon. East India Company's Service, daughter of the late Colonel Robert ARBUTHNOTT.
 


Saturday 28 Jun 1834   (p. 3, col. 5-6)
 
Died.
 
Here, in Castle Street, on the 23rd inst., Mr. Millar IRVING, aged 24 years.
 
At her house in Minto Street, Edinburgh, on the 23d inst., suddenly, Margaret, relict of the late Dr. LAWRIE, formerly of Carlisle, much and deservedly esteemed.
 
At Cumwhitton, yesterday week, Mr. Jos. Twentyman, eldest son of the late J. BLACKLOCK, Esq., aged 29, much and deservedly respected.
 
At Greenside, on Saturday last, Miss Sarah GRAINGER, aged 72.
 
At Yanwath, near Penrith, on the 20th, Mary, relict of Mr. John NICHOLSON, yeoman, 86.
 
At Bower Bank, Pooley Bridge, Ullswater, on the 20th inst. Mr. Richard CROSBY, yeoman, aged 78.
 
At Wood Hall, near Cockermouth, on Thursday, aged 80, Mrs. FISHER, mother of John Sandarson FISHER, Esq, of that place.
 
At Workington, on the 19th inst., Miss Esther Steward CARR, daughter of the late Mr. James CARR, ship-builder, Harrington.
 
At Harrington, on Sunday last, Mary, wife of Captain William GIBSON, aged 39.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Jane CUNNINGHAM, aged 81; Eleanor M'CASHAM, aged 50; Adam HASTIE, aged 4 years.
 
On Tuesday week, at the house of her father, at St. Bees, where she had gone for the benefit of her health, Mary, wife of Mr. William BELL, of Blackbeck, in the 28th year of her age.
 
At Kendal, on Saturday, Miss Agnes WILSON, 3d daughter of the late J. WILSON, Esq., Deputy Recorder of Kendal, aged 57.
 
At Bedlington, on the 13th inst., highly respected, Mr. George PEARSON, agent of the Bedlington Iron Works, and formerly of Brough, in the county of Westmorland.
 
At Forton Moor Head, near Lancaster, on Tuesday week, David HATHORNTHWAITE, Esq. aged 77, highly respected.
 
At Liverpool, June 15th, Mrs. Elizabeth KEMP, in her 59th year, daughter of the late Mr. James MOSLEY, of Whitehaven.
 
At Priers Lynn, Dumfries-shire, Mrs. MAXWELL, in her 69th year.
 
At his residence, at Gateshead, near Kilsyth, on the 23rd ult., Mr. Robert MILLAR, aged 104. He retained all his faculties until the last, particularly his memory. He has been blind for 55 years; was bred a blacksmith, and recollected perfectly of the day of the battle of Falkirk.
 
At Baltimore, United States, on the 16th May, where he had been some years in business, Thomas, son of Mr. Nicholas TEMPERLEY, of Hexham.