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 In Lowther Street, on Thursday, the 27th instant, Mrs. Joseph ROME, of a son.

 At Wimpole, on the 18th instant, the Countess of Hardwicke, daughter ot Lord Ravensworth, of a daughter.

 At London, on the 21st instant, at 13, Cumberland-terrace, Regent's Park, Mrs. MACREADY, of a son.



 At St. John's, Hampstead, London, on the 22nd inst., Mr. Thomas NELSON, architect, of this city, to Miss CRAIG.

 At Cuthbert's, in this city, on the 22nd instant, Mr. David JOHNSTON, to Miss Jane IRVING; 24th, Mr. John BARNES, to Miss Elizabeth LAWSON; 25th, Mr. Isaac BARKER, to Miss Elizabeth GRAHAM; same day, Mr. James BROWN, to Miss Mary PETTIGREW.

 At St. Mary's, in this city, on the 22nd instant, Mr. John BONNER, to Miss Mary Ann QUEEN; same place, on the 23rd, Mr. Thomas TINNISWOOD, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to Miss Margaret RENNISON, of Shaddongate; 25th, Mr. Robert WAUGH, Dalston Halfway-House, to Miss Jane CRONE, straw-hat manufacturer, Castle-street; same day, Mr. William ALEXANDER, to Miss Mary Ann WYLIE; Mr. John BLAIN, to Miss Isabella GRAHAM; Mr. James JAMISON, to Miss Margaret DOBINSON.

 At Brampton, on the 25th instant, Mr. Robert ELWIN, shoemaker, Hallbank-gate, to Miss Mary BELL, straw-bonnet maker, Brampton; also, on the same day, Mr. Joseph ATKINSON, painter, to Miss Elizabeth IRVIN, of Longtown.

 At Kirkoswald, on Saturday, the 15th instant, by the Rev. Wm. JACKSON, A.M., Joseph PATTINSON, of Haresceugh, in the parish of Kirkoswald, to Miss Jane BIRD, eldest daughter of Mr. John BIRD, of Brisk, in the same parish.

 At Crosscanonby, on Saturday last, Mr. Charles SMALLWOOD, to Miss Jane CRONE, both of Maryport.

 At Ainstable, Mr. John SLACK, of Bascowdyke, to Miss Sarah BIRD, of Common House, near Ainstable.

 On Wednesday week, at Whitehaven, by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. M'CONNELL, of Liverpool, to Miss SAWYERS, of Whitehaven.

 At Whitehaven, on the 24th instant, by the Rev. E. WHITE, Mr. John LUCAS, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth KITCHEN; on Friday week, by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. James BURNEY, sawyer, to Miss Mary Ann NISBETT; and on Sunday last, Mr. William MACKRETH, bleacher, to Miss Elizabeth GOLDSBOROUGH, of Harrington; lately, by the Rev. T. DALTON, Mr. Thomas KELLY, to Miss Jane KELLY, both of that place.

 At Hexham, on the 14th instant, Mr. John AYDON, of White Hall, to Miss CHARLTON, of New House, Hexhamshire.

 At Durham, on the 17th instant, Mr. Henry WETHERELL, to Mary Ann, neice to Henry TAYLOR, Esq., of Hollingside Cottage, near that city.

Saturday 29 Dec 1838   (p. 3, col. 7)



 In Blackfriars'-street, lately, Mr. Thomas HARTLEY, aged 22 years.

 In John Street, Botchergate, on Saturday last, Miss Mary BURGESS, aged 29 years.

 At Cummersdale, since our last, Frances BRUNSKILL, aged 44 years.

 At Etterby, near this city, on the 16th instant, Jane, widow of the late William REEVES, and mother of the present Joseph REEVES, agricultural implement maker, Stanwix, aged 84 years.

 On Wednesday, the 19th instant, at Topping Hill, near Hesket, Mr. Joseph TOPPIN, a very honest, upright, and intelligent yeoman, in his 85th year. It is rather a strange coincidence that both his father and grandfather died at precisely the same age.

 At Hayton, near Aspatria, on the 18th instant, William ASHBURN, yeoman, aged 78 years.

 At the Union Workhouse, Hallburn, near Longtown, on Saturday last, Margaret KIRKPATRICK, aged 60 years. About 15 years ago the deceased enjoined upon the writer of this notice, that whenever she should die, if he survived her, he was to announce her death in the Carlisle Journal as "that of a pure virgin!"

 At Oughterside, on the 17th instant, Mrs. Dinah GRAVE, aged 87 years.

 At Aspatria, on the 9th instant, in the 32nd year of her age, Frances, wife of William LAMONBY; same place, on the 18th, Isabella, wife of John GORDON, aged 29 years.

 At Great Braithwaite, near Keswick, on Friday week, awfully sudden, Mr William CROSTHWAITE, formerly of Fieldside, near Keswick, aged 73 years.

 At Brigham, near Keswick, on Sunday last, of a cancer in her breast, Miss Ann MUSGRAVE, aged 38 years.

 At Bothel, on the 17th instant, Mr. John BUSHBY, aged 55 years.

 At Allerby, on the 24th instant, at the advanced age of 89 years, Mr. John GILBANKS.

 At the Priory, Corkickle, near Whitehaven, on Sunday last, after a short indisposition, Capt. Andrew COOK, late of the brig Sarah BIRKETT, in the prime of life.

 At Kirkby Thore, near Appleby, on the 23rd instant, Mr. Jonathan SIMPSON, aged 77 years.

 At Haltwhistle, much respected, Sarah, daughter of Mr. Robert SKELTON, teacher.

 At Hexham, on the 19th instant, at an advanced age, Mrs. Hannah CHARLTON, widow.

 At Chirton, near North Shields, on the 23d instant, Mr. John ROSS. He was a pensioner, and fought under Lord Nelson on board the Victory the day the lamented Admiral fell: he was a worthy old man, and died sincerely respected.