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At Abbey Lanercost, on Thursday, the 26th, Mr. POTTS, of Denton Hall, to Miss Elizabeth BELL, of Banks Foot.
At Gretna Green, on the 29th instant, Lieutenant Wiliam BOYS, R.N., late of her Majesty's sloop, Harlequin, to Charlotte Sophia, (a ward in Chancery), and youngest daughter of Dr. GREENALL, M.D., of Bidderden, in Kent.
At Penrith, on Monday last, the 30th ult., Mr. John ABEL, post-boy at the George Inn, to Miss Elizabeth ATKINSON; on the 3rd ult., Mr. John NICHOLSON to Miss Ann NICHOLSON.
At Saint Mary's Workhouse, on Thursday last, John KNOTT, aged 84.
At Saint Cuthbert's Workhouse, on Sunday last, Mrs. Elizabeth BURNS, aged 61 years.
In Sowerby Street, Botchergate, on Monday last, Mr. Francis GIBSON, aged 56 years.
At Easby, near Brampton, on the 28th instant, Mrs. BOUSTEAD, aged 77.
At Greystoke, on the 26th ult., Mr. Reginald ARMSTRONG, an inmate of the poor-house, aged 59.
At Penrith, on the 27th ult., Mr. John JAMES, Netherend, aged 80 years; Mr. Annas FISHER, Middlegate, aged 76 years; on the 3rd instant, John SHEARMAN, an inmate of the workhouse, aged 23 years.
At Aspatria, on the 18th ultimo, Mrs. Jane RELPH, at a very advanced age. She had long lived a widow, after having seen three husbands successively laid in the dust, and she used to make it her boast that she had refused a fourth.
At Greenlands, near Cockermouth, on Saturday, July 14th, James, son of Mr. Thomas ROBINSON, of that place, aged 22 years—much respected.
At High Lorton, on Friday, July 27th, the youngest son of Mr. George BELL, parish clerk.
In Charlotte Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on Monday last, in his 80th year, John KIRKBRIDE, mariner, a native of High Pow, in the parish of St. Cuthbert, in this county.
At Sunderland, on Saturday last, the 18th instant, Mr. Robson CLARKE, chemist and druggist, aged 30 years—deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends and relatives.
At Milntown House, Isle of Man, on Tuesday, the 24th ult., after a long and painful illness, aged 12 years, Maria, the youngest daughter of John CHRISTIAN, Esq., her Majesty's first Deemster in that Island.
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At Oldhall-street, Bolton, on Monday, the 16th ultimo, Ellen, wife of Mr. John OWEN, of one male and two female children, who have respectively been baptised by the names of Henry, Anne, and Elizabeth. The mother and children are all doing well.
At Bridekirk, on Saturday week, Mr. QUIN, of Great Broughton, near Birmingham, to Mrs. ASKEW, relict of the late Mr. ASKEW, of Cockermouth.
At Cockermouth, on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph DENWOOD, weaver, to Miss Sarah OSWALD; on Saturday, Mr. J. VICKERS, millwright, to Miss Ann HODGSON.
At Ennerdale, on Saturday week, Mr. David ROBSON, to Miss Isabella JACKSON.
At Ponsonby, on Tuesday week, Mr. William SELKIRK, Low Godderthwaite, in the parish of St. Bridget, Beckermont, to Miss Jane BRAGG, of New Mill, Egremont.
At the Friend's meeting-house, Greysouthen, Mr. John WALKER, of the market-place, Whitehaven, grocer, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Joseph WATSON, of Brigham.
At Hensingham, on Saturday last, by the Rev. A. HALL, M.A., Mr. Daniel JACKSON, son of Mr. JACKSON, of Chapel House, to Anne Eliza, only daughter of Mr. WHITESIDE, of the same place.
At St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, Mr. HAMILTON, the eldest son of William HAMILTON, Esq., late Minister at the Court of Naples, to the Hon. Miss DILLON, one of the maids of honour to her Majesty.
At St. George's Church, Hanover Square, on Tuesday week, the Right Honourable Frederick John William, Earl of Cavan, to the Honourable Caroline LITTLETON, daughter of Lord Hatherton.
At Botcherby, on Sunday last, Mrs. Mary BULMAN, widow of the late Mr. Thomas BULMAN, aged 80 years—much respected.
At Beck House, in the parish of Irthington, on Monday, the 23rd ult., Mr. James LUCOCK, at the advanced age of 89 years.
At the workhouse, Keswick, on Friday week, Mr. William FLEMING, aged 78 years.
At Lorton, on Friday week, Mr. John LENNOX, blacksmith.
At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Grace, the daughter of Mr. John DAWSON, woollen-weaver, aged 17 years.
At Workington, since our last, James, son of Mr. James M'GOWAN, aged 19.
At Workington, on Friday week, much esteemed through life, Michael FALCON, Esq., for many years an eminent ship-builder at that port, aged 77 years.
At High Harrington, on Friday se'nnight, Mr. James KEY, formerly master mariner, aged 67 years.
At Egremont, on Friday week, Mr. Joseph GIBSON, aged 39 years.
At New Houses, Whitehaven, very suddenly, Mr. Thomas TRINKCLE [sic – TRINKELD according to FreeBMD], blacksmith, aged 24 years; in the New Town, Mr. Wm. FARRAR, baker, aged 47.
Lately, at Milan, in the 80th year of his age, General FONTANELLI, a veteran of Napoleon's army.
Lately, at Berlin, Mr. ACCUM, the celebrated English chemist.