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In Sowerby Street, Botchergate, on Thursday last, the wife of Mr. Joseph SOWERBY, of a son and heir.




At St. Mary's, on the 10th instant, Mr. Soloman ROMBACK, to Miss Mary Ann ELLIOT; on the 11th, Mr. Thomas LAW, to Miss Ann NOBLE; same day, Mr. John SCOTT, to Mrs. Elizabeth ARNOLD; on the 13th, Mr. James DOLLAWAY, to Miss Mary RUSH.


At Arthuret, on Saturday last, Mr. T. A. TAYLOR, to Ann WRIGHT; same place, on Thursday week, Isaac MILBURN, to Elizabeth GRAHAM.


At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas JORDAN, to Miss Jane WAITE; on Tuesday, Mr. John HOGG, schoolmaster, to Miss Jane M'CREARY.


At Addingham, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. Thos. JACKSON, A.M., Mr. William WESTGARTH, to Miss Ann HARRISON, both of Gamblesby.


At Bridekirk, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Joseph DYKES, the Right Hon. Lord Teignmouth, to Caroline, third daughter of William BROWNE, Esq., of Tallentire Hall, in this county.


At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. John BARTON, bleacher, to Miss Ann SANCTON.


At the Independent Chapel, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. George BELL, ship carpenter, Maryport, to Miss Mary FAWCETT, of the former place, being the first marriage solemnized in that place of worship.


At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. W. MUSGRAVE, painter, to Miss Elizabeth HEWETSON, both of Cockermouth; same place, on Sunday last, Mr. James LISTER, whitesmith, to Miss Elizabeth TELFORD, both of that place.


At Crosscanonby, on the 4th instant, Mr. Joseph GREENHOW, to Miss Hannah WALLACE, both of Maryport.


At Bridekirk, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. H. A. HARVEY, Mr. David RUSTON, to Miss STANWIX, both of Great Broughton.


At Whitehaven, lately, by the Rev. E. WHITE, Mr. Joseph ROE, to Miss Mary SPARKS; Mr. Wm. SMITH, miner, to Miss Mary HUTCHINSON.


At Whithorn, Wigtownshire, Scotland, on Tuesday week, by the Rev. Christopher NICHOLSON, Mr. Joseph JIBB, watchmaker, of Whitehaven, to Miss Sarah CHESNEY, of the former place.


At Lockerbie, on the 7th curt., by the Rev. E. B. DOUIE, Mr. John LITTLE, Sandbed, to Miss SMITH, daughter of Mr. George SMITH, Lockerbie. On the day previous to the wedding, Mr. HENRY sent the bridegroom to Annan with two carts for coals; when he had reached Lockerbie Townfoot, on his way home again, he was in the act of leaping from the cart to pay the toll, when his foot unfortunately slipped; he was precipitated to the ground, and one of tbe cart wheels passed over his thigh; he was immediately carried in a sheet to the house of the disconsolated bride. Dr. WILSON was promptly in attendance, and after a skilful examination, he found no bones were broken. He was married in bed, and we are happy to state, that he will be able to resume his labours in a few days.


At St. George's, Hanover Square, Sir Charles WETHERALL, to Harriet, daughter of the late Lieut.-Colonel WARNEFORD, of Warneford-place, Wilts.

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In English Street, on Wednesday last, Mr. Richard GRAHAM, grocer.


In the English Damside, lately, Mr. Richard NELSON, aged 46 years.


In Brewery Row, William THRELKELD, aged 72 years.


In John Street, William MASON, aged 53 years.


In the Castle, Thomas NORRIS, private of the 33rd Regiment of Foot, aged 30 years.


At Longbenton, near Newcastle-upon-Tyne, suddenly, Mr. Daniel RITSON, cooper, late of this town, aged 64 years.


At Newtown, lately, Mr. Joseph WILSON, late of Abbey Holme, aged 63 years.


At Stanwix, on the 8th instant, Mrs. PEASCOD, formerly of Warwick Bridge, in the 76th year of her age.


At Longtown, on Friday week, Rosana ARMSTRONG, aged 86 years.


At Henry's-town, in the parish of Kirkandrews-upon-Esk, on Saturday last, Mary OLIVER, advanced in years.


At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. James HODGSON, calico printer; on Wednesday, Miss Mary ALLEN, aged 25 years.


At Langrigg, on the 3rd instant, Mrs. Martha BARNES, aged 83 years.


At Sandraw, on the 4th instant, of inflammation, Mr. T. RITSON, aged 29 years.


At Aspatria, on the 6th instant, Mrs. E. WILSON, aged 79 years.


At Allerby Hall, on the 9th instant, Mrs. HODGSON, in the prime of life.


On Sunday last, at Nunwick Hall, the Lady of Joseph RICHARDSON, Esq., very deservedly esteemed and regretted.


At Penrith, on the 10th inst., Sarah, daughter of Mr. Thos. HARRISON, stone-mason, aged 3 years; on the 11th, Jane, wife of Mr. William WHARTON, Sandgate, aged 26 years.


On the 13th instant, at the Rectory House, Clifton, near Penrith, after a long illness, which she bore with exemplary patience and resignation to the will of God, Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. Dr. ROBINSON, aged 30 years.


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


At Crosby, near Maryport, on the 5th instant, Mr. Joseph NELSON, aged 91 years.


At Whitehaven, lately, Mrs. Margaret WYNN, Hilton Terrace, aged 79 years; Mary, wife of Mr. John SPEDDING, Gale Lane, aged 23 years; John, son of Mr. Thomas MAXWELL, aged 16 years.


At Hall Croft Foot, in the parish of Gosforth, after a long illness, Mrs. Betty LEACH, wife of Mr. William LEACH, formerly of Hall Carleton, Drigg, aged 48 years.


At Santon Bridge, on Wednesday week, Mr. Benjamin BRAGG, advanced in years.


At Uldale, lately, at the great age of 91 years, Mr. Richard M'CARTNEY, the oldest inhabitant of the parish.


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


At Great Crosthwaite, near Keswick, on Friday week, Mrs. Elizabeth BARNES, aged 80 years.


On the 1st instant, at Baskel, near Broughton in Furness, after a lingering illness, Mr. George DIXON, tailor, formerly of Kendal, aged 71 years; same place, on the day following, Mrs. Elizabeth DIXON, his mother, aged 93 years. They were both interred in one grave at Broughton in Furness.


On Friday week, at Eccleriggs, near Broughton-in-Furness, Mr. Isaac DANSON, in the prime of life. The deceased had been so much afflicted for some time that he was never able to lay down in his bed for nearly three years until a few days before his death.


At Dalbeattie, on the 3rd instant, much and deservedly regretted, William COCHTREE, Esq., in the 84th year of his age.


At Hexham, lately, Mary, wife of Mr. John ROWLAND, glover, aged 75 years.


At Wark, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. William BRADLEY, of Chester-le-street, excise officer, aged 20.