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At Swillington, on the 18th of March, the lady of Charles LOWTHER, Esq. of a son.
At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 37th March, Mr. Thos DREW, to Miss Sarah DIXON.
At Wetheral, on Sunday last, Mr. William ROBINSON to Miss Alice MILBURN, both of Warwick Bridge.
At Clifton, near Penrith, on the 25th ult., Mr. J. ROBINSON, of Whinney Rigg, yeoman, to Miss JAMES.
At Penrith, on the 25th inst., Mr. James HUTCHINSON to Miss Isabella WINTHORP.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. William Quiggin GREENLAW, to Mrs. Agnes CANNON, both of Whitehaven; Capt. James WILSON, of the Fame, to Mrs. Jane WILSON, of Whitehaven; Mr. Joseph PEARSON, painter, Chapel-street, to Dorothy, daughter of the late Mr. ALDERSON, excise-officer.
At the parish church, Workington, on Sunday last, Mr. David ARMSTRONG to Miss Jane LITTLE.
At St. Mary's Church, since our last, James WAUGH, of West Walls, aged 44 years; Ann BATY, of Caldcoats, aged 24; John GRAHAM, of Irish Damside, aged 65; Eliz. COUMBS, late of Manchester, aged 28; Richard BRUNSKILL, of Cummersdale, aged 33.
At Christ Church, Botchergate, since our last, Miss Jane HORNER, of Water-lane, aged 15; Mrs. Nancy ROBINSON, wife of Mr. Thomas ROBINSON, butcher, London-road, aged 50 years.
In John-street, Water-street, on the 31st inst., Mrs. Isabella PATTINSON, aged 56 years.
At Abbey Lanercost, on the 23rd ult., Mary, wife of Mr. John GRISDALE, aged 30.
At Brampton, on the 28th ult., Mrs Ann JONES, aged 76.
At Edenhall Vicarage, on the 25th ult., of inflammation of the lungs, Lloyd Luscombe, son of the Rev. J. Egreton, DUCKINFIELD [sic – he was called Charles Egerton DUKINFIELD], aged two years and 10 months.
At Penrith, since our last, Miss Amelia BROWN, Middlegate, aged 23; Mr. James CAIRNES, Middlegate, aged 80; Joseph, son of Mr. James SMITH, sen., aged 22; Mrs. Sarah KITCHEN, Middlegate, aged 75.
At Wetheral workhouse, on Sunday last, after a long illness, Mrs. Margaret Mc.GEE, aged 43 years.
At Longheads, Wigton, on Thursday the 23rd ult., Wm. GRAHAM, aged 25 years.
At Oulston [sic], in the parish of Wigton, on Sunday last, Margaret, wife of John NIXON, aged 62.
At Wigton, on Sunday last, Edward, son of Henry Mc.MULLEN, aged 7 years.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. William FORRESTER, of the Black Lion inn, Whitehaven, and late of the King's Arms inn, aged 54, much respected; Mrs Ann ROOKIN, aged 72, formerly and for many years landlady of the Pack Horse inn, Lowther street, much respected; Mr. John SHELLY, aged 85 years, formerly an auctioneer; Barbara, second daughter of the late Mr. J. HARRISON, stay-maker, of Whitehaven, aged 25, after a long and tedious illness, borne with pious resignation to the divine will; Mr. David LEWIS, of College-street, sawyer, aged 64, very suddenly—the deceased had left home for his work quite well, and had not been absent above an hour, when he was brought in a corpse.

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Deaths.   [continued]
At Harrington, on Saturday afternoon last, Mrs. Elizabeth LONSDALE, relict of Mr. Anthony LONSDALE, aged 67 years. The deceased was very much respected, and was formerly and for many years landlady of the Cumberland tavern, in Mersey-street, Liverpool.
At Maryport, since our last, Mrs. Eleanor KNIPE, aged 82; Mary wife of Mr. Daniel DAWSON, aged 47; Mr. Michael ALDERSEY, aged 54.
At Cockermouth, since our last, Sarah, wife of Mr. James BURROWS, skinner, aged 78; Mr. John WILKIN, tinman and brazier, aged 50 years.
At Walker, near Newcastle, on Thursday morning last, Eleanor, the wife of Mr. John VAUGHAN, formerly of this city, aged 29 years.
In Newcastle, since our last, Mrs. Ann COLLING, aged 86; Mrs. Grace BROWN, aged 64; Mr. James BASKETT, aged 50; Mr. J. C. B. SMITH, assistant surgeon to the Newcastle Dispensary, eldest son of the Rev. W. B. SMITH, chaplain to Stirling Castle, N. B.; Mr. James MANN, tallow chandler, aged 46, much and deservedly respected; at Jesmond, on the 21st inst., aged 63, much respected, Francis HEATH, Esq.
At Hexham, aged 40, much respected, Mrs. Ann PHILIPSON, sister of Mr. Nicholas REWCASTLE.
At his residence, in Brixton Road, London, on Wednesday week, Randal JACKSON, Esq., well known in public life. During the eventful period of the last thirty years, Mr. JACKSON distinguished himself in all the prominent debates in the Court of Directors of the East India Company. He was educated at Carlisle School, Lambeth, and having studied the law, became a powerful advocate. He died at an advanced age, leaving property, according to report, amounting to half a million.
At Dumfries, on the 16th ult., Mr. Robert Mc.PHERSON, carver and gilder, aged 60 years. A man of very superior ingenuity; his workmanship was equal to the best produced in London and Edinburgh; his attention was not confined to one branch, but extended to the arts in general.
At Canonbie, Dumfries-shire, on the 15th ult., the Rev. William PATERSON, schoolmaster there, aged 32.
At Annan, last week, Mr. John WEILD, near Greenbank, most deservedly regretted.
DEATH OF THE MARQUIS OF BATH.—We have to announce the death of the Marquis of Bath, which took place on Monday in Lower Grosvenor-street. His Lordship was in his 73d year, having been born Jan. 25, 1765; he married in 1793, the Hon. Isabella Elizabeth BYNG, third daughter of the fourth Viscount Torrington, by whom (who died in May, 1830) he has left a numerous issue. Lady Elizabeth, his eldest daughter, is Countess Cawder, and Lady Charlotte is Duchess of Buccleuch, another daughter, Lady Louisa is married to the Hon. Charles LASCELLES, second son of the Earl of Harewood. The title and estates now devolve on Lord Henry Fredrick THYNNE, who is a Captain in the Navy, and married to the Hon. Harriet BARING, daughter to Lord Ashburton. By the death of the late Marquis, ministers have at their disposal a ribband of the Garter and the Lord Lieutenancy of the county of Somerset, both of which will be given to supporters of reform principles.
We regret to have to announce the death of Mr. NICHOLSON, the eminent flute player, which took place on Monday after a long and painful illness; he was in his 42nd year, and his loss will be felt severely in the musical world, as there is no one who can supply his place. Mr. NICHOLSON has left an aged mother and a son and daughter wholly unprovided for.
DEATH OF MRS. FITZHERBERT.—We regret that it is this day our melancholy task to announce the decease of this mncli respected lady. She expired on Monday evening at seven o'clock at her mansion on the Steyne, having attained the advanced age of 81 years.— Brighton Guardian.— [Mrs. FITZHERBERT, who was Miss SMYTHE, was first married to the late Mr. WELD, of Lulworth Castle, a brother of Cardinal WELD. She retained the traces of her former celebrated beauty of appearence to the last year of her life.] This was the Lady to whom the Court gossips always said the late George the Fourth was married when Prince of Wales.