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At Penrith, on the 3d inst., Mr. Wm. BEAN, to Miss Margaret JOHNSTONE.
At Workington, on Saturday last, Mr. John EDGAR, saddler, to Miss Mary WARD.
On the 22d inst., at Lorton, Mr. James KIRKCONNELL, bookseller, Workington, to Miss FLETCHER, of Scales, in Lorton.
At Brigham, on the 22d ult., Mr. Robert HINDE, of Dean, to Miss Hannah Moore MYERS, of Brigham.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Joseph WILD, blacksmith, to Miss Mary SOUTHWARD; Mr. Joseph WISE, mariner, to Miss Jane HUDSON; Mr. Joseph GRAHAM, to Miss Mary FLETCHER; Mr. Thos. RICHARDSON, to Miss Ann MALKINSON; Mr. John COOMBES, to Miss Ann RICHARDSON.
At Ponsonby, on Saturday last, Mr. Daniel DICKINSON, New-mill, Ponsonby, to Miss Eleanor KNIGHT, of the Beckgreen, Egremont.
At Cockermouth, since our last, Mr. Henry RENNICKS, draper, to Miss WATTERS; Mr. Joseph RAY, to Miss Jane ELLAND.
At Crosscanonby, on the 29th ult., Mr. Thos. RUSTON, druggist, Wigton, to Miss Martha TURNER, of Maryport.

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On Monday morning last, in Crosby Street, aged 60, Mr. James LOWES. The deceased had, until within the last few weeks, acted as foreman in the office of the Carlisle Journal for the last thirty years, and in one capacity or another had been employed in the same establishment for upwards of 40 years. The principal part of the views in HUTCHINSON's History of Cumberland, were drawn and engraved by him. Steady, persevering, and industrious, he would have been a valuable acquisition in any establishment; kind, conciliating and obliging, he won the affections of all who were placed under his control; and he has sunk to the grave amid the sorrow and lasting regret of all who knew him.
On Tuesday morning, Mr. John BROWN, grocer, English-street, in the 25th year of his age; universally respected for the many good and amiable qualities he possessed, and deeply lamented by a large circle of friends.
On Wednesday, last, at Stanwix, Thomas Dobinson, eldest son of Mr. BENDLE, solicitor, of this city, aged 13 years.
On Friday morning last, Ann, wife of Mr. John PRINGLE, grocer, Castle-street, aged 57.
On Saturday last, Jane, wife of Mr. Geo. GRAHAM, Rickergate, aged 68—much respected.
In Rickergate, on Wednesday last, Mr. Richard JACKSON, late of Wydeopendykes, aged 96 years.
At Stocklewath, on the 27th ult., Mrs. BARNES, widow of the late Mr. Isaac BARNES, of Raughtonhead, aged 52 years—much respected.
On Monday last, at West Woodside, Miss Margt. GRAHAM, aged 19; deeply lamented and regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.
At Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. John TICKLE, aged 70.
At Maryport, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Mary BELL, aged 77; on the 4th, suddenly, Mr. William HURST, aged 80 years.
At Penrith, on the 28th ult., Mr. Michael MOUNSEY, sexton at Penrith church, aged 65.
At Allonby, on Saturday last, Mrs. Eleanor HETHERINGTON, aged 84.
At Seaton Iron Works, near Workington, on Friday week, Mrs. Thomas HESLOP, aged 83.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Elizabeth SIMPSON, widow, aged 87; Henry, son of Mr. Henry BARWISE, printer, aged 5 years.
At Ginns, near Whitehaven, Mrs. Frances DIXON, widow, aged 86.
On the 26th of July last, on his passage from Calcutta, on board the ship Crown, aged 17, William, youngest son of Michael HUGHES, Esq., of Moresby, near Whitehaven.