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At St. Mary's, in this city, on the 7th inst., Mr. Andrew LOCKIE, widower, to Mrs. Jane WATTERS, of the Bird in Hand, public house, Castle Street, widow.
At Hableton, on the 19th ult., Mr. Richard IRVING, of West-know-rigg, to Miss Elizabeth LITTLE, Malsgate.
At Workington, on the 3d inst., Mr. Richard ALLINSON, mariner, to Miss Ann GREEN.
At Crosscannonby, on the 3d inst., Mr. John ENGLISH, to Miss Mary ENGLISH, both of Maryport.
At Moresby, on Saturday last, Mr. DENY, druggist, to Miss TATE, of Ulverston.
On Saturday, at St. John's, Beckermet, Mr. Joseph HODGSON, Grainge, near Egremont, to Eleanor, second daughter of Mr. John MAWSON, of Moss Dalts.
At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, Mr. Geo. WATTLEWORTH, painter, to Miss Amelia GIRD, schoolmistress.
On Tuesday last, at Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man, Mr. James KENNAUGH, cabinet-maker, of Douglas, to Miss Mary MARINER, of Whitehaven.
On the 15th ult., at Christ Church, Mary-le-bone, London, by the Rev. J. BEWSHER, J. T. BELL, Esq., of the Honourable East India Company's service, younger son of Captain BELL, of Ormside Lodge, near Appleby, to Louisa, only daughter of the late J. GLEMN, Esq., of Wilton Place.
At Colwick, near Shugborough, the Hon. Charles MURRAY, second son of the Earl of Mansfield, to the Hon. Frances Elizabeth, daughter of the late Viscount Mansfield [sic – should be Viscount ANSON], and sister to the Earl of Litchfield.

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In this city, on the 5th inst., Letitia, wife of the Rev. Samuel HUDSON, in her 68th year, after a painful and lingering illness.
At Holm Ends, near this city, on Tuesday last, Mr. Rowland NICHOLSON, of the White Horse Inn, in this city, aged 34 years—much and deservedly respected by all who know him.
Here, since our last, Mr. Joseph DONALD, of Caldewgate, aged 91; Mary, daughter of George GLAISTER, of John's Square, aged 13; Mr. Joseph NIXON, Old Grapes Lane, aged 55 years; Mr. TALFORD, West Walls, aged 33 years.
At Brampton, on Saturday, Mrs. FLEMING, grocer, aged 65.
At Longtown, on Thursday week, Mrs. Ann THORNBURN, aged 48 years.
At Southermoor, on the 2d inst., after a long continued illness, which she bore with a truly christian spirit, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John D. DE VITRE, highly and deservedly respected.
On the 2d inst., at Melmerby, Mr. William BELL, yeoman, aged 72 years. Mr. B. possessed an extraordinary degree of talent, and his acquirements in biblical knowledge were so extensive as not unfrequently to puzzle such divines as he might occasionally encounter.
At Bowscar, near Penrith, on the 8th inst., Lieut. Col. YOUNGSON, of the East India Establishment, aged 73 years.
At Lazonby, on the 29th ult., a long and tedious illness, borne with the greatest fortitude and resignation, greatly regretted, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thos. WILSON, yeoman, aged 40.
At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, in child-bed, Jane, wife of Mr. Thomas ROBINSON, husbandman, aged 20 years.
At Workington, on the 29th ult., of consumption, Mr. Robert TURNBULL, schoolmaster, second surviving son of Mrs. TURNBULL, of the Old Crown Inn, aged 44 years; on the 1st inst., Mrs. Rachel ARMSTRONG, widow, aged 55.
On the 29th ult., at Gillhouse, Gosforth, at the house of her brother-in-law, Mr. John HARTLEY, jun., Miss Ann WALKER, aged 35, much respected.
At Harrington, on the 29th ult., Mr. Charles AITKIN, aged 85 years.
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday last, Mr. Henry BRAGG, shipwright, and landlord of the George the Fourth public-house, aged 33.
At Kirkbythore, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Sarah BLAKE, aged 29 years; on the 5th inst., Mrs. Ann NICHOLSON, late of Kirkbythore Bridge End, aged 88, very highly respected.
At Appleby, on the 3d inst., at the Widow's Hospital, Mrs. Agnes PETTY, widow, aged 76.
At Bongate, Appleby, Mr. Thomas WAPPETT, after a lingering illness, aged 57 years.
On the 30th ult., at Hoddesham, Herts, Joseph STEELE, Esq., of Acrewalls, in the County of Cumberland, and of Trinity-square, London, in his 90th year.
On the 27th ult., at No. 22, Drury-lane, Liverpool, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John BENNIS, aged 37, daughter of Mr. John COOKE, hat-manufacturer, Egremont—much and deservedly respected.
Death of Sir Thomas WALLACE.— This veteran baronet and soldier died at his residence at Corbelly, in the immediate neighbourhood of Dumfries, on Sunday the 4th curt., at the advanced age of 85. In his youth he saw a great deal of service, was in America during the war, and rose to the rank of Lieut.-Colonel, but retired shortly after peace was proclaimed, and spent no inconsiderable portion of his protracted span as a private gentleman. Sir Thomas WALLACE was the eldest son of the patroness of BURNS, Mrs. DUNLOP of Dunlop, whose name will be revered to the latest posterity; but in consequence of a private arrangement, his second brother, the late Gen. DUNLOP, of Southwick, who for years represented the stewartry of Kirkcudbright, heired the family estates, while the deceased succeeded to the titles and possessions of his grandfather, Sir Thos. WALLACE, a family which traces its descent from the twelfth century, and, what is nobler still, gave birth to, as a cadet, the hero of Scotland, Sir William WALLACE. Another member of this house, who bore the name of Sir Thomas, was second in command at the battle of Sark, and killed the English commander with his own hand, although he himself afterwards fell mortally wounded.