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On the 5th instant, Mrs. TODD, of Drygrange, county of Roxburghshire, of a daughter.


In Wych-street, Strand, London, a woman, named FISHERMAN, of two boys and a girl, who are all doing well.




At Wigton, on Friday, the 8th inst., Mr. Alexander OLIVER, officer in the Customs of this city, to Miss Margaret WALKER.


At Arthuret, on Thursday week, Mr. Wm. GARDENER, excise officer, Longtown, to Miss BOUSTEAD, late of the Globe Inn, Longtown; same place, Mr. John TAIT, of Macclesfield, in the county of Chester, tea dealer, to Miss Elizabeth DIXON, of Longtown.


At Edenhall, on Tuesday week, Mr. Robert LESLIE, of Walton, near Brampton, to Miss Jane WHITE, of Edenhall.


At Penrith, on the 14th instant, by the Rev. A. R. HARRISON, B.A., Thomas BOWMAN, Esq., surgeon, to Ann, eldest daughter to J. L. HARRISON, Esq., M.D.


At Hill Top, near Annan, on the 7th inst., Mr. John LEATHER, to Miss Sarah OSBURN.


At Penrith, on the 13th inst., Mr. James TENNANT, to Miss Jane GELDARD; 14th, Mr. Wm. NEVESON, tobacconist, to Miss Mary MARRS;


On Thursday week, Mr. William DIXON, of Grange, in Borrowdale, joiner, to Miss Hannah JAGGER, of Forge, near Keswick.


At the Register Office, Cockermonth, on Saturday last, Mr. W. POOLE, of Haile, near Calderbridge, blacksmith, to Miss Sarah SMITHSON, of Cockermouth; on Tuesday, Mr. Robert COULTHARD, to Ann FISHER, both of Ellenborough; same day, Mr. John GREENHOW, to Miss H. ARMSTRONG, of the same place.


At Crosscannonby, on the 10th inst., Mr. BULMAN, engineer, to Miss SCURR, both of Maryport.


At Isell Church, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. Joseph SIMPSON, Mr. Edward DAWSON, to Miss E. MUSGRAVE, of Lorton.


At Dearham, on Wednesday week, Mr. Joseph ROBINSON, to Miss Margaret WILLIAMSON, both of Ellenborough.


At Workington, since our last, Mr. William FURNASS, husbandman, to Miss Sarah JOHNSTON.


At Gosforth, on Wednesday week, by the Rev. J. PEMBERTON, the Rev. Edward PEMBERTON, of Belcham St. Paul, Essex, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late William SENHOUSE, Esq., and sister of Sir H. Le Fleming SENHOUSE, of Seascale.


At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. John GRAY, tailor, to Miss Mary YOUART; 10th, Mr. John SIMPSON, blacksmith, to Miss Mary MARTIN; on Sunday, by the Rev E. WHITE, Mr. Wm. MOORE, shipwright, to Miss Mary GRINDALL; same day, Mr. John LOWRY, shoemaker, to Miss Mary WADDEL.


At Kirkby Stephen, on the 13th instant, Robert BOWERY, Esq., of Hill House, near Sunderland, to Margaret BRADLEY, eldest daughter of Orton BRADLEY, Esq., of Eden Place.


At Kendal, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. J. HUDSON, vicar, Mr. John HUDSON, stationer, &c., to Margaret Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr. WILLIAMSON, Bank House, both of Kendal.


At Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. Joseph MAUDE, Robert GUNTER, Esq., of Earl's Court, Kensington, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. W. MAUDE, and grand daughter of the late Joseph MAUDE, Esq., Kendal.

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In Water Street, on Saturday last, Jane, wife of Mr. Wm. WEIGHTMAN, tailor, aged 21 years.


In Bridge Street, since our last, Margaret DONNALY, aged 32 years.


In Caldewgate Workhouse, on the 11th instant, Matthew MAIN, aged 20, and Richard MAIN, aged 17 years.


On the 11th instant, Mr. Hugh JAMES, late wine merchant in this city, aged 34 years, son of the late Mr. JAMES, Round Thorn, Penrith.


On Thursday last, Mr. Joseph HOLMES, late of Botcherby, aged 63 years,—highly and deservedly respected through life.


At Croglin, on Sunday week, Isaac SARGINSON, miller, in the 79th year of his age.


On Saturday last, at the Elephant Inn, Broadfield, Jane, wife of Mr. John WATSON, aged 42 years.


At Whinnow, near Thursby, on Thursday week, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Esther WANNOP, aged 44 years.


On Monday, the 4th instant, at Prospect House, in the parish of Bromfield, Mr. Joseph ROPER, aged 51 years.


At Wigton, on the 5th instant, Mr. John ROUTLEDGE, aged 53 years; 14th, Margaret CROZIER, aged 54.


At Penrith, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Rebecca IRELAND, widow, aged 94 years.


At Causewayhead, on the 7th instant, Mr. Thomas WILSON, grocer, aged 69 years. The deceased was many years in the employ of Mr. CLIFF, as manager both at Langholm and Gatehouse-fleet cotton mills,—much respected.


At Allonby, on the 5th instant, aged 83 years, Mrs. Dorothy THOMPSON, relict of the late Mr. Charles THOMPSON, of Bolton Gate, and mother of the Rev. Joseph THOMPSON, of Hull, and of the Rev. George THOMPSON, perpetual incumbent of Thornton-le-Moor, near Chester.


At Crookhurst, near Allonby, on the 12th instant, Thos. BEEBY, Esq., aged 85 years,—a man universally respected.


On Sunday last, Jane, wife of Mr. Joseph GRAVE, Keswick, in the 41st year of her age.


On the 3rd instant, Mr. Joseph WALKER, shoemaker, of Lanefoot, in Kinniside, aged 64 years.


At Workington, since our last, Margaret, wife of Mr. John DUNBAR, aged 66 years.


At Whitehaven, on Monday last, after a long and severe illness, Mr. William PICKTHALL, plumber and glazier, in the prime of life.


In Chapel Street, Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. Benjamin STABLE, innkeeper, aged 66 years; on the 4th instant, Mr. Moses HALE, pavior, late of Egremont, aged 66 years.


At Milntown, near Ramsay, Isle of Man, Isabella, wife of Mr. John ELLIOT, gardener, to John CHRISTIAN, Esq., of Milntown House, late of Calderbridge, near Whitehaven.


We have to announce the death of the Right Hon. Henry JOY, Chief Baron of her Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland.


At Linwood, in Renfrewshire, on the 25th ult., aged 23 years, Margaret BARR. She was perhaps the most remarkable specimen of the human form in miniature in the Kingdom. She stood thirty inches inches in height, (and, with the exception of her head, which was rather large) her frame was not out of proportion. No reason could be assigned for her stinted growth. Her mind had the imbecility of a weakly child of two years, and in her last illness, she had the feeble appearance of extreme old age.