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At Birklands, near Kendal, on Wednesday, the lady of E. W. WAKEFIELD, Esq. of a son.
At Gosforth New Houses, on Saturday, the wife of ——— MILLER, a collier, of two boys and a girl.
At Bromfield Church, on Wednesday, Mr. Joseph HUDDART, Crookdake, to Miss BARNES, Crookdake Mill.
At Brampton, on the 6th inst., Mr. Anthony FERGUSON, of that place, to Miss HOPE, of the New Mills.
At Penrith, on the 5th inst., Mr. Thomas LEWIS, to Miss Margaret ATKINSON.
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday, Mr. Samuel KAY, mariner, to Miss Margaret M'VAY; on Sunday, Mr. Robert JENKINSON, mason, to Miss Sarah HARRISON.
At Bongate Church, Appleby, on Tuesday last, Mr. John SWALE, razor-grinder and tinker, to Miss Christiana LAMB, alias SWALE. The happy couple were preceded to the church by a blind fiddler, led by his wife, and accompanied by eight or ten couple of the same fraternity. The church bells rang a merry peal, resounding with the shouts of hundreds ot little urchins and others who had come far and near to witness the procession. The parties adjourned to a neighbouring public-house, where the father of the bride (Jossy SWALE), a well-known character in all the northern counties, led off the dance, which was kept up the greatest part of the day. The happy couple afterwards retired from public life to green lanes and shady groves, to spend the honey moon.
At Wallasey Church, Cheshire, on Thursday, Mr. Isaac SEALBY, Keswick, to Mrs. SCOTT, only daughter of Mr. J. JACKSON, of the Queen's Head Inn, Keswick.
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At Houghton, near this city, on the 24th ult., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John THOMPSON, aged 53 years.
At East Curthwaite, near Thursby, on Tuesday last, after a long-protracted illness, borne with Christian fortitude, Mary, only daughter of Mr. John HUNTINGTON, aged 25,—deeply regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.
At Howrigg, near the same place, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Jane HODGSON, aged 50 years.
At Thursby, lately, Mrs. E STUDHOLME, aged 93.
At Great Corby, on Thursday last, Mr. John HAMILTON, aged 92 years—much respected.
At Hornsby Gate, on the 1st inst., after a lingering illness, Isaac, only son of Mr. R. FISHER, of that place, aged 23 years,—a young man truly and deservedly respected by all who knew him.
At Gerrard House, near Wigton, on Wednesday last, Miss HAYTON, aged 9 years.
At Brampton, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Mary ARMSTRONG, aged 78, formerly of the Globe public-house.
At Walton, near Brampton, on Easter Sunday, Mr. James GRAHAM, aged 74 years,—for 40 years in the employment of W. P. JOHNSON, Esq. of Walton-house, by whom, and by all who knew him, he was esteemed for propriety of behaviour and rectitude of conduct.
At Stainton, near Penrith, on the 6th inst., Mr. John CARLISLE, shoemaker, aged 76. At Penrith, same day, Hannah WILKINSON, of the poor-house, 52.
At Plump, (parish of Kirkandrews-upon-Esk), on Thursday week, Mrs. HAYTON, of that place.
At Herst, (parish of Stapleton), on Friday last, Mrs. Mary FORSTER, widow, aged 47—much respected.
At Longtown, on Sunday last, Mr. Wm. M'ADAM, surgeon, aged 36 years; on Monday, Mrs. Margaret PARK, of typhus fever, aged 65 years.
At Beck Hall, Cannobie, Mr. John LITTLE, farmer.
At Red Cleugh, Kirkandrews, on Monday last, Mr. Richard HARRISON, aged 82 years.
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday, Mrs. Ann MORLEY, widow, aged 74; on Saturday, in the Old Town, Jane, wife of Mr. Joseph ALLEN, soap boiler, aged 53; in the New Town, Mary Ann, infant daughter of Mr. SLADE, cashier at North Pit colliery; Mr. Matthew MILLS, 65; in Bardy Lane, Mr. R. BARWISE, shoemaker, 23.
On Thursday, at Laws, in Ulpha, near Broughton, Mrs. Susannah WILSON, aged 92. The deceased was the mother of 3 children who were born deaf and dumb.
At Scilly Banks, near Whitehaven, on Wednesday, Mr. Hector GOODFELLOW, farmer, aged 70—a man well known and highly respected.
At Sandwith, near Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Miss Jane HUTCHINSON, straw-hat maker, aged 46.
At Workington, Mrs. Martha SCOTT, aged 32.
At Appleby, on the 29th ult., Dorothy, wife of Mr. George BALMER, aged 73. At Brampton, near Appleby, on the 28th ult., very suddenly, Ann, wife of Mr. S. RICHARDSON, of the New Inn—much respected.
At Kendal, Mrs. Elizabeth WILKINSON, widow, 63.