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Marriages.

 

At Gretna, lately, Mr. John WILLIAMS, of the 81st Regiment, to Miss Jane ROBERTS, of this city.

 

At Penrith, on the 8th instant, Mr. Wm. SINKINSON, to Miss Sarah MITCHINSON; same place, on the 12th, Mr. John MILBURN, to Miss Margaret TAYLOR.

 

At Letmurthy [sic], near Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Mr. Henry FISHER, of the Cragg, to Miss STORDY, of Low Barkhouse.

 

At Workington, since our last, Mr. John JOHNSTON, tanner, to Miss Susannah DAYKIN, dress-maker, of Workington.

 

At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph LAWSON, to Miss Mary SCOTT, both of Winscales.

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Deaths.

 

In this city, on Wednesday morning, Mr. Samuel FOX, aged 80 years.

 

In Botchergate, since our last, Mr. James RUTHERFORD, aged 76 years.

 

In the King's Arms Lane, Miss Mary BROWN, aged 35 years.

 

In Botchergate, on Monday last, Mrs. Ann IRVING, of the Jolly Butcher Inn, aged 72 years.

 

At the Durham Ox Inn, Rickergate, on the 13th inst., of the Croup, Ann, second daughter of Mr. George BELL, aged 3 years and 9 months;—the disconsolate father interred his lamented wife only eight days ago.

 

On the Irish Gate Brow, on the 6th inst., Margaret HAYTON, aged 32 years.

 

In St. Mary's Workhouse, on the 9th instant, Robert BELL, aged 22 years.

 

In Church Street, on the 10th instant, George M'GEORGE, aged 10 years.

 

At Dalston, on Thursday last, Mr. Robert BECK, aged 80 years.

 

At Little Corby, on the 10th inst., John SCOTT, joiner, aged 28 years, son of Mrs. Hannah SCOTT, Longtown.

 

At Nunclose, on the 6th inst., Mrs. Hannah BATY, relict of the late David BATY, aged 54 years.

 

At Longtown, on Wednesday week, Thomas NOBLE, aged 60 years.

 

At Solport Mill, on Sunday last, Mr. Thomas BLAIR, aged 60 years,—much respected.

 

On the 2nd instant, Richard RICHARDSON, Esq., of Whanhead, near Caldbeck, aged 85, a man of great benevolence, and whose loss will long be deplored. He has left a freehold estate for the maintenance of a school in the neighbourhood.

 

At Penrith, on the 6th instant, Mr. William NOBLE, aged 69 years; same place, on the 11th, Mrs. Margaret STALKER, aged 60 years; 13th, Mr. James SIMPSON, aged 34 years.

 

At Newlandshaw, in the parish of Bolton, lately, Mr. Robert HEWITSON, yeoman, aged 80 years.

 

On Sunday last, while on a visit at the residence of her brother, Captain ELLIOT, Glengirtholm, Cannobie, Mrs. BOGIE, of Langholm, relict of the late Mr. James BOGIE, Kirkaldy, Fifeshire, in her 82nd year.

 

At Antigua, lately, John, the eldest son of the late Captain Joseph NICHOLSON, of the barque Freedom, of Whitehaven, aged 54 years.

 

In the Workhouse, Whitehaven, on Wednesday week, Mr. Thomas GIBSON, formerly a butcher in that town, at the advanced age of 96; in the Market Place, Elizabeth KELLY, aged 24 years.

 

At Appleby, lately, William ATKINSON, chaise driver, aged 40 years.

 

At Brough, Mr. John SCOTT, aged 65 years.

 

On Monday week, at an advanced age, at Leeds, Mr. HARRIS, the celebrated horse dealer. He was on his way to Ormskirk fair, and being taken suddenly ill, died in a very short time. Mr. H. was the oldest ard most extensive horse dealer, we believe, in England. He has for a great number of years purchased nearly the whole of the horses for government; he was a man of gentlemanly manners, and of the most upright and honourable conduct. He was well known at all the great horse fairs in the north of England.

 

On Thursday week, in the Queen's Bench prison, Mrs. Mary Susannah PIGGOT, for upwards of 16 years a prisoner through a Chancery suit.

 

Mrs. Charles KEMBLE, formerly Miss DE CAMP, and wife of the celebrated actor who now licenses the performance of our dramas. Mrs. KEMBLE died calmly and peacefully, after a lingering illness which had prepared her for her end, and, we believe, her last moments were consoled by the presence of her son, Mr. J. KEMBLE, the Editor of the British and Foreign Quarterly Review. Her husband and younger daughter Adelaid, however, were absent abroad, we believe at Milan, the latter intending, we understand, to make her debut as a cantatrice in Italy. Her sister, Mrs. BUTLER, is still in America.