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Marriages.
 
On the 3d inst, at St. Mary's church, Mr. Thomas IRVIN, to Miss Mary IRVIN.
 
At Barton, near Penrith, on Saturday last, Mr. Richard BOWMAN, of Askham, to Mary, only daughter of Mr. MOUNSEY, of Howtown, in the parish of Barton.
 
At Penrith, on the 4th, Mr. Isaac LONGRIGG, to Miss Ann BIRBECK.
 
At Workington, since our last, Mr. Thos. CUMPSTONE, husbandman, to Miss Jane ASKEW; Mr. Edw. IRVING, carpenter, to Miss Jane WATERS; Mr. Rich. BENTLEY, miner, to Miss Jane DONALD.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Thos. LAMB, to Miss Dinah DAVIS; Mr. John JACKSON, to Miss Margaret KIRKBRIDE.
 
At Egremont, on Thursday week, Mr. John JACKSON, Gillfoot, to Miss Isabella Irving BELL.
 
At Waltham Abbey, on the 27th ult., Lewis ALEXANDER, of Hopewood Hall, near Halifax, Esq., to Jane, fourth daughter of George MOODY, of Saugh Heads, near Longtown, in this County, Esq., and niece of Lieutenant Colonel MOODY, commanding royal engineer, Waltham Abbey.
 
At Nuneham, Lord NORREYS, M. P., for Oxfordshire, and heir apparent to the earldom of Abingdon, to Miss HARCOURT, only child of G. V. HARCOURT, Esq. of Nuneham Park, and one of the representatives of Oxfordshire.
 
At London, on the 20th ult., Captain John ROSS, R. N., the celebrated voyager, to Miss JONES, only daughter of Captain JONES, R. N., Late of Derby.
 


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Deaths.
 
In Drovers' Lane, on Thursday evening, Robert, eldest son of Mr. Edward BARNES, aged 11 years.
 
Here, since our last, Mr. Joseph NICHOLSON, Queen Street, aged 50 years; Mr. John BATY, of Caldcoats, aged 61 years.
 
On Friday night, the 31st ult., at Stanwix, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Wm. GAMBLE, aged 30.
 
Near Longtown, on the 5th inst., very suddenly, in the prime of life, Mrs. CHARLES, wife of Mr. Wm. CHARLES, groom to Sir James GRAHAM, Bart.
 
At Jackson's Rigg, near Longtown, on Saturday last, Mrs. Mary GRAHAM, aged 90.
 
At Glasson, on Friday the 31th ult., after a lingering illness which she bore with great fortitude and resignation, Elizabeth SHARP, aged 20 years.
 
At Penrith, on the 3d, John, son of Mr. Joseph VEACH, aged 18.
 
On the 4th, Mr. Edward OVEREND, landlord of the King of Prussia Inn, and clerk to Messrs. MAYCHELL & Co., carriers, aged 49.
 
On Thursday last, at Hyton, near Bootle, Mrs. Ann WILSON, aged 28, much respected.
 
On the 27th ult., at Hallsenna, in Gosforth, Isabella, wife of Mr. John POOLE, of Corney Mill.
 
At Bothel, on the 1st inst., Mr. Jacob SMITHSON, yeoman, aged 73 years.
 
On the 25th inst., at Gillerthwaite, in Loweswater, Mr. Mirehouse GRAHAM, yeoman, aged 53 years.
 
At Workington, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Mary HARRISON, widow, aged 70 years; Dorothy, wife of Mr. Joseph, FRAZER, aged 30; on Friday, Mr. Richard RENKIN, shipwright, aged 21.
 
At Whitehaven, on the 29th ult., at his house in Howgill-street, John LITTLEDALE, Esq., aged 63, collector of his Majesty's Customs at that port, and a Justice of the Peace for the county of Cumberland.
 
On Sunday week, at Hensingham, Mrs. Mary BOADLE, aged 74. She was the mother of 14 children, who are all married and have a numerous offspring, and it may perhaps be worthy of notice, that since her marriage, upwards of 50 years ago, her death is the first that has occurred in a very large family.
 
On the 27th ult., at Grainge, near Egremont, Sarah, wife of Mr. Joseph HODGSON, aged 67.
 
At Annan, on the 2d inst., John IRVING, Esq., for many years a woollen manufacturer in Halifax, Yorkshire, at the advanced age of 80.
 
On the 27th ult., Lieutenant Colonel ALTHORPE, of the Hatch, Berkshire, late of the Royal regiment of Horse Guards (Blue).
 
On the 31st ult., at his house in Percy-street, Newcastle, Mr. John BRUCE, in the 60th year of his age. For forty years he filled the situation of a teacher of youth in that town, without a week's secession of labour, except at the usual vacations, with the most distinguished ability and success, and at the close of his career he had, in conjunction with his excellent son, the Rev J. C. BRUCE, the direction of one of the most extensive and flourishing seminaries in the north of England.
 
DEATH OF ARCHIBALD HAMILTON ROWAN, ESQ.— We have this day to announce the demise, at a very advanced age, of Archibald Hamilton ROWAN, Esq. The melancholy event took place on Saturday at Rathcoffey, county Kildare. As a landlord and friend Mr. ROWAN's loss will be long and severely felt and sincerely regretted.— Dublin Dispatch, Monday.