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At Rockliff Hall, August 1st, the lady of M. G. PARKER, Esq., of a son.
At Flimby, near Maryport, on the 17th ult., the lady of Sir Thomas Sabine PASLEY, Bart., of a son.
At Appleby, on the 31st ult., the lady of the Rev. Joseph MILNER, A. M., of a daughter.
On the 24th inst., at Milton Hatch, near Christ Church, Hants, the Lady of the Rev. John BROWNE, of a son.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. ELLIOT, to Miss Margaret MESSENGER.
At Bridekirk Vicarage, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. H. A. HERVEY, William COLE, Esq., architect, Chester, to Elizabeth, fifth daughter of the Rev. H. A. HERVEY, of the former place.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. Isaac GRAYSON, shipwright, to Miss Margaret SHANNON; Mr. Thomas THOMPSON, stone-mason, to Miss Eleanor MAHONEY; Mr. Wm. GALLANTRY, shipwright, to Mrs. Jane HETHERINGTON.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Thos. QUAYLE, grocer, to Miss Isabella PEILE, daughter of Mrs. PEILE, both of that place; Mr. Joseph HANNEY, mariner, to Miss Jane RAILTON; Mr. Thomas LINDALL, to Miss Margaret BRENNAN; Mr. John LEATHERS, to Miss Martha DALTON.
At London, on the 15th ult., Edward ELLICE, Esq. son of the right hon. E. ELLICE, to Jane, daughter of Lieut.-Gen. BALFOUR, of Baltrine, Fifeshire.

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On Tuesday last, in Abbey Street, after a lingering illness, which he bore with christian fortitude, Mr. John GRAHAM, aged 63, much respected.
On the 26th ult., aged 18 years, Agnes, youngest daughter of Mr. Joseph FOSTER, fishmonger, of this city, after a long and painful indisposition, which she bore with great patience and christian resignation.
On the 26th ult., Mrs. COOPER, of Denton Hill, aged 51 years.
At Oulton, near Wigton, on Wednesday week, Mr. Henry PATTINSON, aged 12; on Monday last, Miss Rebecca FELL, aged 23.
At Wigton, on Thursday week, Mr. [sic] Jane IRVING, aged 73; on Tuesday last, Miss Margaret TELFORD, aged 38.
On the 21st ult., at Shervington, Bucks, Mr. John IVISON, a native of Stanwix, and many years an extensive farmer at Kingmoor House and Wormanbie, in his 85th year.
At Penrith, on the 26th ult., Miss Ann MOUNSEY, aged 61; on the 30th, Mr. John MARTIN, razor-grinder, aged 83 years.
At Maryport, since our last, Ann, wife of Clement EDGER, aged 35; on the 25th, awfully sudden, David BELL, turner, aged 36; on the 26th, Mr. John WILKINSON, mariner, aged 40.
At Workington, on Tuesday last, Mr. Anthony PEAT, formerly principal officer of Customs at Workington, aged 42.
At Workington, on Tuesday last, John, the son of Mr. Thomas OSBORN, aged 10 years.
On the 23rd ult., Mr . Isaac LITTLE, Beckside, Harrington, aged 21.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Ann, wife of Mr. Patrick LANTEY, aged 35; Mrs. Mary COX, widow, aged 67.
At Mount Pleasant, Egremont, at the house of her son-in-law, Mr. John ROTHERY, Mrs. Elizabeth HILL, aged 79 years.
On the 11th of June, at Brockville, Upper Canada, Mr. Hugh BUSHBY, in the 46th year of his age, a native of Bothel, in this county.
At Agle Gill, parish of Aspatria, on the 15th ult., Mr. John PERROTT, aged 27.
At Kirkby Stephen, Mrs. Mary PARKER, aged 77.
In Newcastle, on the 21st ult., in Northumberland Street, aged 36, deservedly respected, Elizabeth, wife of John FIFE, Esq. surgeon; at the Leazes Crescent, aged 39, Mrs. E. TODD, widow of the late Rev. Wm. TODD.
On Monday, the 21st of July, at North Shields, aged 70, the Rev. Duncan M'ALLUM. Sixty years ago, he was called to travel as a preacher, under the late Mr. WESLEY, and after being actively engaged for 51 years, chiefly in Scotland, as a minister in the Wesleyan connexion, he was placed on the superannuated list in 1825, and resided since that time mostly in Newcastle and Shields, where several of his children had become settled in life. Mr. M'ALLUM, from his attachment to Scotland, and his steady conduct in diffusing the light of religion, used to be denominated the "North Pole Star" of methodism! He was the author of several ingenious theological publications, and wherever he travelled as a preacher, or was known, his memory will be long revered.
On the 23rd inst., at Rendcomb-park, Gloucestershire, Sir Berkeley William GUISE, Bart, M. P. for that county, aged 59.
On the 25rd [sic] ult., at his father's house, 41, Lisle Street, London, Mr. Robert Alexander WARNE, Millbank, Westminster, aged 26 years, deeply regretted by bis relations and friends, and highly respected by all who knew him.
On the 26th ult., at Boulogne-sur-Mer, in her 88th year, the Dowager Lady LAKE, relict of the late Sir James Winter LAKE, Bart.
On the 27th ult., in Arlington-street, the Right Hon. Henry Earl BATHURST, K. G.
On the 25th inst., at Highgate, Samuel Taylor, COLERIDGE, Esq., the celebrated poet, aged 62.
On Monday last, in Cumberland Terrace, Regent Park, the Marchioness (not the Dowager) of Headfort. The disorder which hurried this beautiful and accomplished lady to the grave, in the prime of life, was the cholera. She had been in high health and spirits on a water excursion to Greenwich on Thursday, was apparently well on Friday, but feeling indisposed on Saturday evening, about seven, Sir H. HALFORD was immediately sent for, and subsequently Dr. JOHNSON and Mr. COYNE were called in, but in vain. The frightful malady had taken too deep hold on her frame, and its progress was so fatally rapid, that on Sunday morning the case was hopeless. Yet her constitution bore her up, and she lingered on till about mid-day on Monday. This lamented death has caused the greatest affliction. Lady Readfort was the daughter of the late Sir J. STEPHENSON, whom she only survived 11 months, and has left a husband and nine children to deplore her sudden and premature loss.