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Birth.

 

At Glasgow college, Lady SANDFORD, of a (posthumous) son, who lived for a few hours only.

 

Marriages.

 

At Morresby, on the 28th instant, by the Rev. F. WOODHOUSE, Mr. William WILSON, of Whitehaven, druggist, to Miss ROBINSON, Parton.

 

At Crosscanonby, since our last, by the Rev. J. DONALD, Mr. James ELLIOT, of Allonby, to Miss Ann ARMSTRONG, of Crosby; Mr. W. M. SEWELL, of Maryport, brewer, to Miss N. THORNTHWAITE, youngest daughter of the late J. THORNTHWAITE, Esq., Arkleby; Mr. R. HETHERINGTON, Ellengrove, to Miss S. TICKLE, of Maryport.

 

At Muncaster, on Saturday week, Mr. William MELLON, to Miss SINGLETON, of Drigg, eldest daughter of Mr. John SINGLETON, of that place.

 

At St. Bees, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Joseph TAYLOR, of Muncaster, Mr. Henry TAYLOR, of Petersburgh, in St. Bridget's, Beckermont, to Miss Mary WOOD, daughter of Mr. M. WOOD, of Egremont.

 

At Newcastle, on the 20th inst., at All Saints' Church, by the Rev. J. DINNING, Mr. John MALING, to Anne, second daughter of Hew SINGERS, Esq., of the Forth—17th instant, at St. John's, Mr. John HAIR, merchant, to Susan, only daughter of Mr. Francis GREY, both of Newcastle.

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Deaths.

 

In the Willow Holme, lately, William GRAHAM, aged 50 years.

 

In the Willow Holme, Elizabeth HOLSTEAD, aged 19 years.

 

In the Willow Holme, Mary SOUTH, aged 74 years.

 

In Church Street, Mary BAILEY, aged 48 years.

 

At Welton, on the 23rd instant, Elizabeth FARRAR, aged 10 years.

 

At Reaburn, on Thursday week, Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, yeoman, advanced in years.

 

At Bogburn, Kirkandrews-on-Esk, in child bed, Mrs. Elizabeth GRAHAM, aged 21 years.

 

At his mother's house, Bason Beck, John, eldest son of the late Adam DODD, aged 22 years.

 

At Bank House, near Hesket-in-the-Forest, Mr. William RIDLEY, yeoman, aged 77 years; much and deservedly respected by his relatives and friends.

 

At Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. John HARDON, clogger, aged 32 years.

 

On the 13th instant, in Clarence Square, Cheltenham, Geo. KENNEDY, Esq., youngest son of the late David KENNEDY, of Crosby Lodge, Cumberland, and Craig, Ayrshire; much and deservedly lamented by all who knew him. His afflicted widow and relatives can never cease to mourn their great bereavement.

 

On Saturday last, in London, John MILTON, Esq., M.D., son of Mr. MILTON, bridge surveyor of this county, aged 26 years. He was the author of "Songs of the Prophets," and other poetical works of great merit; and was for some time, until premature disease, brought on by intense study, compelled to relinquish his employment, Editor of the London Conservative Journal. He was beloved and respected by all who knew him; and he has sunk to an early grave regretted by all.

 

At Edinburgh, on the 24th instant, Thomas GRAHAM, Esq., Advocate, of the Moat, near Annan.

 

At Penrith, on the 24th instant, in his 83rd year, Edward GRAVE, Esq., much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends. He for upwards of fifty years practised as an Attorney, and retired from the profession nine years ago.

 

In London, on the 19th instant, Mr. Francis HAYTON, formerly a resident in Penrith, and a native of Blackford, near this city.

 

At Penrith, on the 25th instant, Mr. James TENGATE, aged 62 years; same place, on the 29th, Sarah OLDMAN, an inmate of the workhouse, aged 62 years.

 

At Oughterside, on Sunday last, Mrs. Sarah ASHBURN, aged 60 years.

 

At Cockermouth, on Tuesday week, Jane, the wife of Mr. Francis DIXON, aged 53 years; on Thursday, Miss Jane RENEW, aged 69; on Friday, Mr. GADDES, barber, aged 48 years; on Sunday, in child-bed, Hannah, wife of Mr. Robert MACKERNSON, shoemaker.

 

At Beckbank, in Embleton, on the 13th instant, after a short illness, Mr. John WESTRAY, yeoman, aged 77 years.

 

At Broughton-in Furness, on Tuesday week, and after only thirty-two hours illness, Robert, the eldest son, and in less than ten minutes afterwards, Margaret, the only daughter, of Robert POSTLETHWAITE, Esq., of that place, the former aged 12 years, the latter ten.

 

At Green, in Millom, Isabella, wife of Mr. S. CLEMINSON, aged 77 years; at Broughton, Frances, wife of Mr. Samuel SHAW, aged 52 years.

 

At Workington, since our last, Miss Isabella YOUNGHUSBAND, aged 26 years; Eliza, wife of Mr. William HARRIS, aged 25 years; Mr. Robert KIRKHAUGH, aged 66 years.

 

At Croft Cottage, in the parish of Gosforth, on Tuesday week, after a short illness, Mr. James TYSON, slater and plasterer, aged 63 years.

 

At Calderbridge. on Saturday week, Mr. John NICHOLSON, aged 59 years; and on the following day, Mr. John CADDY, late shop-keeper at that place, aged 78 years.

 

At Egremont, on Sunday, Mrs. Ann YOUNG, relict of the late Mr. John YOUNG, many years an ironmonger at that place, aged 75 years.

 

At Whitehaven, since our last, after a long illness, Mr. Jos. Sandwith ROBINSON, ironmonger, in his 32nd year; Mrs. Hannah WESTRAY, widow, formerly landlady of the Nag's Head tavern, aged 59 years; Isabella, wife of Mr. Henry LOWTHER, ship carpenter, aged 53 years.

 

At Sandwith, near Whitehaven, lately, Mr. Henry DIXON, advanced in years; same place, Mr. Joseph LEECH, husbandman, aged 46 years.

 

At Moor Row, near Whitehaven, lately, Mrs. Ann KENDAL, at the extraordinary age of 102 years.

 

At Newcastle, on the 16th instant, in Claremont Place, Cecilia Elizabeth, infant daughter of Mr. JOHNSTON, solicitor—19th instant, in Prudhoe Street, aged 24, Jane, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth JACKSON, late of Newgate Street—Mr. John RIDLEY, chemist and druggist, aged 30—21st instant, in the Trinity House, aged 82, Margaret, relict of Captain William LIDDELL, of Newcastle.

 

At Douglas, Isle of Man, on the 10th instant, John, the son of Captain William REDFERN, late of Whitehaven, aged 15 years.

 

At Lisbon, on the 4th instant, after an illness of only three day's duration, Capt. HEWITT, of the Elizabeth Buckham, of Whitehaven, in his 33rd year.

 

In Dublin, on Wednesday week. Captain David FULTON, of the Brothers, of Whitehaven, in the prime of life.

 

In the month of August last, at Calcutta, Mr. Dickinson PEARSON, carpenter on board the Jumna, of Whitehaven, aged 33 years.

 

At Southport, near Liverpool, on the 5th instant, Ebenezer Rowland, the infant Son; and on the 21st instant, Mary, the wife of Mr. BOWMAN, chemist, in the 37th year of her age.

 

On the 19th instant, in Piccadilly, Lieutenant-General Sir E. BARNES, G.C.B. Sir Edward was in the 62nd year of his age, and one of the members for Sudbury, where of course his death creates a vacancy; he was also Colonel of the 31st Foot, which regiment is at present in India.