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On the 3d ult., the wife of Mr. James MORGAN, farmer of Llandogo, was safely delivered of twins. The venerable father is 86 years of age!—the mother 38. —Newry Examiner.
On the 25th, at St. Mary's church, Mr. Robert FULLER, of the Royal artillery, to Margaret BEST.
On the 6th inst., at Church Hill, Westward, Mr. Robert PEARSON, to Miss Nanny RUSSELL, both of Westward; 13th, Mr. James MORTON, of Wreay, to Miss Mary JEFFERSON, second daughter of Wm. JEFFERSON, Esq., Greenrigg, both of Westward.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Wm. HILL, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth BARR; Mr. Michael NICHOLSON, to Miss Elizabeth BOWMAN.
On Saturday, the 30th ult., at Plumstead church, by the Rev. J. H. SHAKLETON, Robert DIXON, Esq. M. D., of Finsbury Square, London, son of the late Dr. DIXON, Dumfries, to Mary Ann, third daughter of John COOPE, Esq., of Shrewsbury house, Shooter's hill.
At Colquhalzie, Perthshire, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Wm. COLVILLE, Eaglesham, Kermith L. MORISON, Esq., merchant, Liverpool, to Eliza A. E. JUDKINS, eldest daughter of the late Thos. JUDKINS, Esq., Chester.

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In this City, on the 10th instant, Mr. John STORDY, aged 64; much respected by all his friends.
On the 23d instant, in West Tower Street, Mrs. Emily PALMER, of a lingering illness, born with much patience and Christian fortitude and resignation.
On Thursday, in English Street, Mr. Thos. RANDLESON, aged 66; many years an active overseer of the poor —a man very generally respected.
Since our last, Mrs. Margaret BERRY, of Caldcoats, aged 37 years; Mrs. Ann BROWN, of Bridge Street, aged 36; Mr. Thomas SEWELL, of Newtown, aged 45; Mrs. Elizabeth HUNTINGTON, Union Street, aged 43; Mrs Mary BELL, Union Street, aged 67.
On the 25th inst., at Irthington, Mrs. Ann BULMAN, aged 75, much respected.
At Brampton, on Wednesday last, awfully sudden, Mr. Thomas GILBANKS, surgeon, aged 34. The deceased was returning home late on Wednesday evening, and when near to his own house suddenly dropped down. He was carried into the house immediately, but in a short time life was extinct.
At Brampton, on Tuesday last, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. William BELL, butcher, aged 68.
At Waverton, near Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. Henry DAND, aged 72.
At Wigton, on Monday last, Miss Ann WALKER, aged 14 years.
At Aikbank, on the 18th inst., Mrs. E. HETHERINGTON, aged 68.
At Fingland, near Bowness, on the 19th inst., Mr. James CAPE, aged 60.
On Tuesday last, at Ling House, near Hesket, Mr. Wm. HETHERINGTON, aged 84, a very honest and industrious farmer.
At Carleton, Penrith, on the 19th, Mr. John NICHOLSON, innkeeper, aged 39; 21st, Mr. James SCOTT, innkeeper, aged 62; same day, very suddenly, Mr. Wm. NEVESON, carriers' porter, aged 48, highly respected; 25th, William, son of Mr. Joseph STEPHENSON, yeoman, a youth of very promising acquirements, and recently appointed to a grammar school, aged 20.
At Maryport, on the 18th, Mr. Jeremiah BARWISE, aged 65 years, much respected.
On Wednesday week, at Cockermouth, Mrs. Fanny HARRISON, relict of the late Mr. Joseph HARRISON,  who died on the previous Friday.
At Applethwaite, on the 15th inst., Mary, widow of the late Mr. William SIMPSON, formerly of Crookelty Bridge, in Underskiddaw, aged 70.
At Keswick, on the 18th inst., Dorothy, wife of Mr. John WINDER, aged 71.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Nathaniel PALMER, aged 70.
At Egremont, on the 19th inst., after a severe illness, Esther, daughter of Mr. Henry BRAGG, aged 4 years and 4 months.
On the 6th inst., in the prime of life, on board the steam packet, George the Fourth, Capt. PARSONS, R. N., Mr. John DODD, shipwright, of Bridgewater Street, Liverpool, and formerly of Whitehaven.
On Tuesday, at Newcastle, Sarah Anne, infant daughter of Mr. Brian BURNS, aged 4 months.
At Montreal, lately, Ensign HUNTER of the 24th Regiment.
On the 16th inst., after a long and severe illness, W. BLACKWOOD, Esq., bookseller, of Edinburgh.
At Edinburgh, on Sunday sennight, of erysipelas, the Right Hon. Sir John LEACH, Master of the Rolls. Sir John was well known not only to the profession, but to the public at large as one of the greatest equity lawyers of his day; few men possessed more extensive information or a more accomplished mind.
On Wednesday last, at Elliott House, near Rippon, at an advanced age, much respected, Captain ELLIOT, R. N. This venerable officer was one of the few survivors who sailed round the world with the celebrated Captain COOK.