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At Ann's Hill, near Cockermouth, on the 8th inst., the Lady of Wm. S_ACK, Esq., of a daughter.
On Saturday the 1st inst., at Gorhambury, Herts, the Lady Katherine BARHAM, of a son, still-born.
At Orton, on the 29th ult., Mr. John FEARON, of Little Bampton, to Miss Elizabeth TWENTYMAN, of Orton Rigg.
On the 5th inst., Mr. PATTINSON, Whitrigg, to Miss PATTINSON.
On Monday week, at Workington, Mr. John EDMONDSON, tailor, to Miss Mary BURNS, dressmaker.
At Workington, on the 10th inst., Wilfrid CARTER, Esq. of Aspatria, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Captain John BELL, of the former place.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Andrew M'GILL, plumber and glazier, to Miss Esther MONTEITH; Mr. Hugh TODHUNTER, mason, to Miss Martha IRVIN; Mr. Thomas JONES, coach-maker, to Miss Jane LUNDY; Mr. Wm. GREENLAW, mariner, to Miss Ann HOLMES.
On the 12th inst., at Ulverston, Mr. Wm. BROCKLEBANK, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late Mr. TYSON, bookseller, all of that place.
On Tuesday evening, the 6th inst., by special license, at the residence of the Earl of Durham, in Cleveland Row, the Hon. J. B. PONSONBY, eldest son of Lord Duncannon, to Lady F. LAMBTON, daughter of the Earl of Durham; a splendid entertainment was given on the occasion.

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In West Tower Street, on Monday last, Mr. John COCKBURN, formerly bookseller in Scotch Street, aged 54 years.
On the 17th inst., in West Tower Street, after a long illness, Mr. John Wm. NELSON, a compositor in the Carlisle Patriot office, aged 17 years—a young man of an amiable disposition, and much respected.
At Kirkandrews-upon-Eden, on Wednesday, the 16th inst., Mr. John NORMAN, aged 50. It will be remembered that we last week recorded the death of Mrs. NORMAN.
At How Mill, on Tuesday last, near Warwick, Mr. John NOBLE, miller, aged 36, eldest son of Mr. NOBLE, of Warwick. He was much and deservedly respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
At Great Corby, on the 13th inst., Mr. Francis HAMILTON, aged 43.
At Crosshill, near Wigton, on the 15th inst., John HAYTON, aged 3½ years—on the preceding day he attended school.
At Great Salkeld, on Monday the 31st of August, Mr. Joseph BOWSTEAD, of Beckbank, in the 77th year of his age.
At Brougham Castle, near Penrith, on the 13th inst., Miss Rachel HORN, aged 16.
At Penrith, on the 16th inst., Jane, wife of Mr. Wm. ROBSHAW, waller, aged 49; on the 12th, Mr. Joseph TYSON, aged 59.
Awfully sudden, at Mr. HARRISON's, innkeeper, Abbey, on the 6th inst., about three o'clock in the afternoon, where she had arrived the same morning with the intention of attending the Abbey Church, Miss H. RIGG, Blackdyke, aged 25 years.
At the Rev. Mr. COLLINSON's, Abbey, on the 11th inst., the Rev. Mr. HARRISON, aged 27. On the 6th inst., he performed the duties in the Abbey church.
At Workington, Mr. Patrick FLANNIGAN, aged 54.
At Cockermouth, on Friday week, Mr. Charles TOURNIER, shoemaker, a native of Paris, aged 31.
At Birkby, near Maryport, on the 6th inst., Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Mr. R. SCAFE, of Birkby Lodge, aged 48.
Lately, at Blennerhasset, Mary, the wife of Mr. John GIBERTSON, innkeeper, much respected.
On the 2d inst., at Whitrigg, Hannah, daughter of Mr. Joseph HODGSON, aged 15 years.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Elizabeth PEELE, aged 80 years; Mrs. Abigail HUGGINS, advanced in years; Jane SMITH, aged 30 years; Mr. John TINKLER, aged 55 years.
At Georgetown, in Demerara, on the 5th of June last, in the 50th year of his age, Andrew JACKSON, Esq., a native of Annan. This gentleman possessed, in an eminent degree, the virtues of punctuality, inviolable integrity, and an unremitting attention to business, which gained him the approbation and esteem of the community of which he became so distinguished an ornament. He had resided thirty four years in the colony, without intermission, and died suddenly, when he was just about to embark for his native country.