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At St. Mary's, in this city, on the 2d inst., Mr. Robert PENN, dyer, to Miss Jane AIREY; on the 3d, Mr. George NIXON, to Miss Mary STUBBS.
At Hayton, a few days ago, Mr. John ROBINSON, to Miss Dinah FAULDER, of Little Corby.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. M. DOGHERTY, to Miss Sarah M'GEE.
At Penrith, on the 2d inst., Mr. Anthony ATKINSON, to Mrs. Jane SANDERSON.
At Cockermouth, on Tuesday last, Mr. Isaac DOUGLAS, husbandman, to Miss Martha TREMBLE, both of Setmurthy; on Wednesday, Mr. John FLETCHER, currier, to Miss Elizabeth BEWSHER.
On Sunday last, at Harrington, Mr. Miles CORNTHWAITE, shoemaker, Parton, to Letitia, third daughter of Mr. HUDSON, of Lowca, near Whitehaven.
At Whitehaven, on Sunday last, Mr. John LONGMIRE, grocer, to Mrs. Sarah BOWMAN; on Saturday, Mr. Robert Thompson BRADLEY, mariner, to Miss Ann SMITH; on Monday, Mr. John CLARK, sawyer, to Miss Mary BENNETT; on Wednesday week, Mr. Robert TATE, roper, to Miss Grace LOWRY; Mr. John BILLINGTON, tailor, to Miss Elizabeth M'MELON.
On Thursday last, at Egremont, Mr. Thomas MITCHELL, millwright, to Miss Nancy BURNYEAT, of the King's Head inn, Egremont.
On the 31st ult., at St. James's, Piccadilly, London, Mr. Andrew BROWN, son of Mr. BROWN, Milltown, Langholm, to Miss RIX, daughter of Mr. RIX, Cappon, Norfolk.
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On Wednesday last, in Henry-street, Mrs. Isabella NIXON, aged 88; much respected.
On Tuesday night last, the 3d inst., Ann, the wife of Mr. John STODDART, draper, of this city, in her 29th year.
In Botchergate, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Alice SIMPSON, widow, aged 81, formerly of Itonfield—much respected.
At Wigton, on the 20th ult., Miss Margaret ROUTLEDGE, in the prime of life; on Saturday last, Mrs. Margaret HARDON, aged 62; on Tuesday last, Mrs. Martha SAUL, aged 69.
At Penrith, on the 31st October, J. W. D. HEBSON, Esq., late a Lieutenant in the Carabineers, aged 27.
At Penrith, on the 5th inst., Mr. John LANCASTER, blacksmith, aged 65.
On the 29th ult., at Stainton, near Penrith, Mr. George TODD, many years clerk in the War Office, London, and above 20 years schoolmaster at Stainton, in which situation he gave the greatest satisfaction; and his death will be lamented by both scholar and parent, and by the neighbourhood and all who knew him, as a sociable and agreeable companion.
At Maryport, on the 30th ult., Mr. Jonathan LITTLE, who has long been known and respected as a teacher of navigation, aged 77 years.
At Gosforth, on Monday last, Mrs. Ann ASKEW, wife of Mr. Myles ASKEW, tailor, Gosforth, and daughter of the late Mr. Richard SHEPHERD, of Beckermont, in the prime of life.
At Bothel, on the 26th ult., Miss Dinah ELLIOTT, aged 55 years. Miss E. had been the village schoolmistress for many years.
Since our last, at Workington, Mrs. Eleanor SAVAGE, age 70 years; Mrs. Eleanor WEAR, aged 31 years; and very suddenly, Mr. Christopher MURRAY, aged 49.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Ann, the wife of Mr. James WAITE, sawyer, aged 45; Mrs. Ann CREIGHTON, aged 90; Mr. Daniel STALKER, aged 55; Mr. Joseph THOMPSON, advanced in years.
On the 12th July last, of a fever, at Abooker, St. Ann, Jamaica, Mr. Thomas BROWN, aged 37. Also at Falmouth Trelawney, Jamaica, of a fit of apoplexy, on the 18th of August last, Mr. John BROWN, aged 35. The deceased were sons of Mr. Phillip BROWN, of Caldbeck, and were much respected.
DEATH OF EARL NELSON.—Earl NELSON died on the evening of Saturday last, the 31st ult., at his residence, Brukworth-house, near Salisbury. The Noble Lord was in the 49th year of his age. He is succeeded in his title and estates by his eldest son, Viscount Trafalgar, who is in the tenth year of his age. Earl NELSON was nephew of the renowned Hero of Trafalgar. He had succeeded to the title only within the last few months.