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At Brampton, on the 7th inst., Mr. Thos. HOPE, jun., of New Mills, to Miss TOPPING, of Brampton.
At Longtown, on the 15th inst., Mr. Jos. TATE, butcher and tallowchandler, to Miss Mary JOHNSTON.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday, Mr. Joseph HARRISON, sawyer, to Miss Barbara BARRON, late of High Snab, Newlands, near Keswick.
At Workington, on Tuesday last, Mr. John KAY, to Miss Isabella DALGLISH.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Geo. DIXON, plumber and glazier, to Miss Jane SEWELL; Mr. W. WOOD, to Miss Sarah NICHOLSON; Mr. Wm. DAVILING to Miss Mary SYKES.
At St. Bees, on Saturday week, Mr. MOSSOP, of Demesnes, (son of Mr. MOSSOP, of Rottington) to Miss DICKINSONn, of Lowkrigg, near St. Bees.
On Wednesday last, at St. Pancras Church, London, by the Rev. E. P. HANNAM, Reginald REMINGTON, Esq., solicitor, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Richard LOUGH, printer, Kendal.
On Thursday the 3d inst. at Giggleswick, George STANSFELD, Esq. barrister-at-law, Shaw's-house, Halifax, to Sarah, second daughter of William BIRKBECK, Esq. of Settle.
On the 8th inst., at Ulverston, George GIBSON, Esq. surgeon, of St. Lucie, in the West Indies, to Miss Agnes BROCKLEBANK, of Ulverston.
We are requested to contradict the marriage of Mr. RICHEY, of the parish of Dalston, to Miss Mary Ann RICHARDSON, which appeared in our paper of last week, no such marriage having taken place. The account was sent to the office with the signatures of two respectable individuals, whose names, however, it has since been ascertained, had been forged by some silly and wanton individual.
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On the 15th inst., at Great Malvern, Worcester, where she had gone for the benefit of her health, Elizabeth, wife of William NANSON, Esq., solicitor of this city.
Here, since our last, Mrs. Mary ROBINSON, Rickergate, much respected, aged 83; Margaret THOMPSON, of Caldewgate Workhouse, aged 56 years; Mrs. Mary BROWN, Water Street, aged 25 years; Mr. Richard SKELTON, Botchergate, aged 26.
At Longtown, on Wednesday last, Mrs. NEWBIE, wife of the Rev. Mr. NEWBIE, aged 37.
At Thornby, near Aikton, on Friday week, Mr. Joseph HODGSON, aged 82, much respected.
At Hutton End, on the 10th, Mrs. Catherine DOUGLAS, aged 50.
On Sunday last, at Calthwaite, William, son of Mr. Joseph OLIPHANT, aged 24 years—of a lingering consumption.
At Penrith, on the 13th inst., Mrs. Barbara DIXON, widow, aged 87.
On Tuesday last, at Blyth, Notts, the Rev. J. RUDD, M. A., late fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Vicar of Blyth, Prebendary of Southwell, and for many years Chairman at the Retford Sessions. By his universally lamented decease his family have sustained an irreparable loss, the public are bereaved of a valuable and intelligent member, and the Church of England of one of her brightest ornaments, and most talented supporters. Of him it may be truly affirmed, that he was the advocate of the "desolate and oppressed," the widow's joy, and curate's friend.—Doncaster Gazette.—The deceased was a native of Cockermouth, and brother of Wm. RUDD, Esq. of that place.
On the 11th inst., at Shrewsbury, Miss CURWEN, youngest daughter of the late J. C. CURWEN, Esq., M. P., of Workington Hall.
At Workington, on the 10th, Mr. John DODGERS, aged 48 years.
At Branthwaite, Mrs. Isabella NORMAN, in her 88th year.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mary, wife of Mr. David ROSS, aged 32; Margaret, wife of Mr. John ATKINSON, joiner; Tamer, the wife of Mr. Jonathan GRAYSON, aged 42.
On the 15th June last, at St. John's, Newfoundland, Capt. Peter DITCHBURN, of the Maria, of Harrington; an active, enterprising man, and very highly esteemed.
On the 10th inst., Jane, widow of the late Joseph PENNINGTON, Esq., of Stockbridge House, near Ulverston, aged 72 years.
On the 12th, at Page Bank, in Low Furness, Mr. Richard PEMBERTON, yeoman, aged 85 years.
Lately, at Warcop, of pulmonary consumption, Mr. Thomas THWAITES, linen-draper, of High Holborn, London, aged 26. Mr. T. was a noted wrestler, and won many prizes in London.
In London, on Wednesday, Michael Angelo TAYLOR, M. P., for Sudbury.
On Friday last, in London, Mr. St. John LONG, whose name has for some years been so familiar to all our readers. He had been ill for about two years, in consequence of the rupture of a blood vessel.