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At Wigton, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. J. IRVING, Mr. Thomas SHEFFIELD, draper, to Jane, only daughter of the late Mr. George JOHNSTONE, Wampool.
At Broomfield, on Monday last, by the Rev. Thomas MARTIN, Mr. BARWISE, of Lonsdale-place, near Whitehaven, to Miss PARROT, eldest daughter of Mr. PARROT, of Seymour House, near Wigton.
At Egremont, on Monday the 10th inst., by the Rev. W. H. LEECH, Mr. William DIXON, blacksmith, to Miss Eleanor THOMPSON.
At Lorton, on Sunday the 9th inst., Mr. John BURNYEAT, butcher, Whitehaven, to Miss ROBINSON, eldest daughter of Mr. Joshua ROBINSON, of Wythop Hall.
At Crosthwaite church, Keswick, on Wednesday week, by the Rev. A. B. POWER, Mr. William NICHOLSON, to Ann, daughter of the late Mr. WILLIAMSON, surgeon of Low Thwaite, St. John's, near that town.
At Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mr. SCOTT, of Manchester, to Rebecca, youngest daughter of Mr. NICHOLSON, of Bardy Lane; on Sunday last, Mr. James DUNN, shipwright, to Miss Mary SPINSBY.
At Liverpool, on Monday the 10th inst., at the Catholic Chapel, Seal street, by the Rev. Vincent GLOVER, and afterwards at St. Luke's, by the Rev. James ASPINAL, Vincent, eldest son of Peter CHALLONER, Esq., Aigburth, to Hannah, eldest daughter of the late John NICHOLSON, Esq., Penrith.

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In South George's-street, on Wednesday last, very suddenly, Mr. John JARDINE, aged 61.
In West Walls, on the 7th inst., Mrs. BELLERBY, wife of Mr. William BELLERBY, guard of the Glasgow Mail, aged 57.
In English-street, on Thursday, the 13th inst., Frances, youngest daughter of Mr. William HALTON, in her 16th year.
In Finkle street, on Wednesday, the 12th inst., Edward, son of Mr. M. E. NUTTER, artist, aged 4 years.
At Christ Church, Botchergate, Mr. John WILSON, workhouse, aged 75 years.
At High Crosby, on the 12th inst., at the house of her son-in-law, Mr. WRIGHT, Mrs. REAY, in her 93rd year.
At Longtown, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Elizabeth TATE, widow, aged 85.
On Friday last, in the 90th year of his age, Mr. David LAMB, Beyond-the-Wood, one of the oldest farmers on the Netherby estate, much and deservedly respected.
At Hesket, on the 13th inst., Robert, son of Mr. Robert HODGSON, aged 8 years.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Hannah JEFFERSON, aged 62 years; on Wednesday, Jonathan, son of the late Thos. PEAT, aged 12 years.
At Hampton Court, on the 2nd inst., aged 21, Thomas Charles BIGGE, Esq., eldest son of the late Thomas H. BIGGE, Esq., of Little Benton, Northumberland.
At Durham, on the 3rd inst., in Milburngate, Mr. Thos. GOULD; and on the 5th inst., in the College, John LEUBOURNE, Esq., many years agent to the Dean aud Chapter of Durham.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Mary PATTINSON, aged 00 [sic]; Mrs Mary STEEL, widow, aged 86; Mr. William HIND, aged 85; Mr. John TEAR, aged 68; Mrs. FISHER, aged 68; Mrs. Jane TWEEDDALE, aged 71; Mrs. Mary ROBINSON, widow, aged 80; Mr. Patrick CRAINER, lately a coal trimmer, aged 94; Mary NOBLE, in the poor house, aged 60.
At Harding Gill, on Saturday evening last, in the parish of Gosforth, after a short illness, Mr. Isaac STEELE, stonemason, aged 40.
At Distington, on Thursday week, Mrs. Mary BIRBECK, formerly of Little Mill, near Egremont, and relict of the late Mr. Richard BIRBECK, carpenter, aged 76.
At Maryport, on the 6th inst., Sarah, wife of Mr. Mark SIBSON, hatter, aged 34.
At Allonby, on Wednesday last, John, son of Mr. GILKERSON, Scotch-street, of this city, aged four years.
At Great George's Place, Liverpool, on the 8th inst., Dinah Wane, eldest daughter of Mr. William Mc.MILLAN, late of this city.
In Liverpool, on Saturday week, Eleanor, wife of Mr. R. NICHOLSON, late of Whitehaven, in the prime of life.
At the Royal Mint, London, on Sunday, the 9th instant, William Frederick Robert, son of Mr. John PEARSON, formerly of Longtown, aged 5 years.