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On the 7th instant, the wife of Mr. INGHAM, organist of the Cathedral, of a son.


At Newcastle, on the 28th ultimo, the lady of Major Fred. Berkely ST. JOHN, 52nd regiment, of a son.




At Saint Mary's Church, on the 4th instant, Mr. Thomas HODGSON, Clerk at the Dean and Chapter's Office, to Mrs. Clementina BOWMAN, lady's maid to the late Mrs. LODGE.


At Saint Cuthbert's Church, on Monday, the 26th November, Mr. Joseph MURROW, of Jerriestown, in the parish of Kirklinton, to Jane MELROSS, of this city.


At the Registrar's Office, Caldewgate, on the 1st instant, William WILKINSON, private 33d regiment, to Mary DORIAN, of Finkle Street; on the 5th instant, Mr. Robert SCOTT, dyer, of Cummersdale, to Miss Ann BLAKE, of Roe Hill.


At Rockliff, lately, by the Reverend George TOPPING, Mr. H. SINCLAIR, schoolmaster, to Miss Elizabeth IRVING; on Tuesday last, at the same place, Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, of Lough Head, to Miss Elizabeth IRVING, of Heathlands.


At Cumrew, on Tuesday, the 27th ult., by the Reverend J. WATSON, Mr. H. BROWN, of Tynemouth, to Miss F. SCOTT, of Turnbury.


At Wigton, on the 17th ult., Mr. Daniel SHEPHERD, waller, to Miss Elizabeth CLARKE.


At Penrith, on the 6th instant, Mr. Josaph [sic] SALKELD, joiner, to Miss Ann ABBOTT.


At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. J. MARTIN, of Lorton, to Miss M. WILLIAMSON, of Cockermouth.


At Cockermouth, by the Rev. E. FAWCETT, A.M., on Thursday week, Mr. Gibson SPROTT, of the George inn, painter, eldest son of the late Mr. SPROTT, of the above inn, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr. ELLIOTT, draper; on Saturday last, Mr. Carmalt HURST, clogger, to Miss Hannah HEWITSON.


At Bridekirk, on Saturday last, by the Rev. H. A. HERVEY, vicar, Mr. Hudson MILBURN, miner, to Miss Mary CAMPBELL, both of Great Broughton; on Monday last, Mr. George ATKINSON, yeoman, West Newton, to Miss Jane GILLMERE, of Broughton; Mr. William HARTLEY, gardener, Hensingham, to Miss Jane ISMAY, of Broughton aforesaid.


At Workington, since our last, Mr. Edward HUGHES, forgeman, to Miss Isabella SIMPSON.


At Clifton, near Workington, lately, by the Rev. A. DALZELL, Mr. Isaac MOSSOP, eldest son of Mr. W. MOSSOP, of Saint Bees, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles ROSS, of Great Clifton.


At Bromfield, on Sunday, the 25th ultimo, by the Reverend Thomas MARTIN, Captain GIBSON, of the barque Ivanhoe, of Whitehaven, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mrs. BELL, of Maryport.


At St. Bridget's, Beckermont, on the 3d instant, by the Rev. J. MESSENGER, B.A., of Ponsonby, Mr. Henry JACKSON, of Lodge Castle, in the parish of Distington, to Miss Jane DOUGLAS, of Calderbridge.


At Egremont, on Saturday last, by the Rev. W. H. LEECH, rector, Mr. Joseph JACKSON, of Birkby, parish of Muncaster, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. BRAGG, Egremont, Borough Sergeant; same time and place, Mr. William BENN, stone-mason, to Miss R. LONG; same place, on Monday last, Mr. William ROOK, jun., Ashley Grove, near Egremont, second son of Mr. ROOK, Guardian of the Poor, to Eleanor, third daughter of Mr. Robert WILSON, of Egremont, tanner.


At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, by the Rev. T. DALTON, Mr. Joseph BLAYLOCK, hatter, to Miss Jane JOHNSTON.


At St. Bees, Whitehaven, by the Rev. Mr. CLARKE, Mr. Wm. ROPER, of Whitehaven, husbandman, to Miss Ann MESSENGER, of Corkicle; lately, at the same place, Mr. Christopher WILSON, of Spellings, near Egremont, to Miss GLAISTER, of Nethertown.

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In Borough Street, on Friday, the 30th ult., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John HARRISON, shoemaker, aged 25.


In Water Street, on Thursday last, William, son of the late Mr. James SCOTT, well-sinker, aged 17.


In Brown's Lane, Castle Street, on Sunday last, Mr. Edward VINCENT, aged 33.


In Duke Street, on Wednesday, the 5th inst., Mrs. Margaret HARRIS, aged 23. 


At the Island of Ceylon, on the 11th July, John CHRISTIE, of the 90th regiment, son of William CHRISTIE, Annetwell Street, aged 29 years.


At Wetheral, on the 1st instant, Mrs. ERRINGTON, of the Wheat Sheaf Inn, aged 49 years—much and deservedly respected.


At Wigton, on Saturday last, the 1st instant, Mrs. Mary BARNES, aged 85.


At Howbeck, near Hesket-new-market, on the 2nd instant, Miss Sarah RICHARDSON, aged 56.


At Newlands, in Castlesowerby, on Saturday, December 1, Jonathan, the infant son of Mr. Thomas STAINTON, aged three months.


At Staindrop, Durham, lately, in her 32nd year, Sarah, wife of John HANSON, draper, and daughter of the late Joseph DICKINSON, of Maryport, one of Society of Friends.


At Briery Hall, near Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. Jas. BLACKBURN, aged 28.


At Maryport, on the 25th ult., Mr. William MOORE, many years ostler at the Golden Lion inn.


At Isell Hall, on Friday last, James, the youngest son of the late Thomas WYBERGH, aged 36 years.


At Cockermouth, on Wednesday week, Mr. Francis FRANCE, aged 36 years.


At Bridge End, Egremont, on Monday last, after a long illness, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. James TIDYMAN, stone-mason, aged 57.


At his house, in Roper Street, Whitehaven, in the 60th year of his age, Captain Francis LAMBERT, R.N.; in Tangier Street, on Wednesday week, Mr. John JACKSON, corn-merchant, in the 58th year of his age—a gentleman of great integrity and worth, and universally esteemed; since our last, at the Infirmary, Mrs. Jane FLANNAGAN, widow, aged 44; in New Town, Miss Elizabeth BELL, aged 17; in the Workhouse, William NEAN, aged 33.


At Peel Cottage, Isle of Man, on the 13th November last, Major Joseph Berry GLEW, late of her Majesty's 41st regiment of foot. This brave officer served his country with great zeal and ability, and highly distinguished himself on various occasions, at the head of his Light Company, and other troops placed under his command, during the last war in Canada between Great Britain and the United States, and repeatedly received the thanks of the Commander-in-Chief, the late Sir George PROVOST, for his gallant conduct. Major GLEW married the only child of the late Colonel WRIXON, with whom he lived in great harmony and affection, being a good husband, one of the best of parents, and scrupulously just, honourable, and correct in all his ordinary transactions through life: he was a pleasant, safe companion in society, and in private friendship a tried, sincere, and unvaried friend.


At Hexham, on the 25th ult., Catherine, wife of Mr. John PORTER, shoemaker. At Cambridge, lately, John Lodge HUBBERSTY, Esquire, M.D., barrister-at-law, nearly 40 years recorder of Lancaster.


At her residence, in Hill-street, London, the Hon. Mrs. BOWLES, sister of the Right Hon. Lord PALMERSTON.