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In Castle Street, on Wednesday last, the lady of G. G. MOUNSEY, Esq., of a daughter.
At Crosscanonby, on the 23d instant, Mr. Joseph HOFFING, to Miss Ann HUDDART, both of Maryport.
At the Register Office, Penrith, on the 20th instant, Mr. Isaac ROBINSON, to Mrs. Hannah COPELAND, widow, both of Penrith.
At Cockermouth, on Monday, the 22nd instant, Mr. Andrew HOGG, hatter, to Mrs. Eleanor QUAY.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday week, Mr. James NEWTON, swiller, Keswick, to Miss Sarah ADDISON, of Brigham, near Keswick.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. Robert ELLWOOD, to Miss Julia CAMPBELL.
At Saint Bees, on Monday, the 15th instant, Mr. James HANNAH, to Miss Eliz. BENN, of Kell Head, near Egremont.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Jonathan INGLEBY, miner, to Miss Elizabeth HENDERSON; Mr. T. MURPHY, mariner, to Miss A. TURNER.
At Liverpool, on Thursday week, Captein MANN, of Whitehaven, to Miss Eleanor COTTIER, of Wavertree.
At Hexham, on the 13th instant, Mr. Anthony WEARS, of the Baddocks, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Mr. Wm. GIBSON, of Greenshaw Plain, near Hexham.
At Framlingham, Suffolk, on the 11th instant, John SHAFTO, Esq., son of the late Sir Cuthbert SHAFTO, Baronet, of Bavington Hall, Northumberland.
At Banburgh, on the 16th instant, by the Reverend Robert Mitford TAYLOR, Thomas TANCRED, Esq., fellow of Merton College, Oxford, eldest son of Sir Thomas TANCRED, Baronet, of Egypt House, Isle of Wight, to Jane, third daughter of Prideaux-John SELBY, Esquire, of Twizell House, Northumberland.
At St. George's, Hanover Square, on the 18th instant, Arthur Marquis of Douro, son of the Duke of Wellington, to Lady Elizabeth HAY, fourth daughter of the Marquis of Tweeddale.
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At Grinsdale, on Sunday last, Mr. John FERGUSON, in his 30th year, after a lingering illness, which he bore with christian patience,—deeply lamented by all within the sphere of his acquaintance.
At Carleton, on the 19th instant, Nanny, youngest daughter of the late Robert LONGRIGG, aged 15 years.
At Corby, on the 29th ult., Mr. William PEASCOD, yeoman, aged 83 years—universally respected.
At Low Holm, in the Parish of Cumwhitton, on the 12th instant, Mr. Joshua EARL, yeoman, aged 59, much and deservedly respected by all who knew him.
At Scaleby, on the 21st instant, in the 21st year of her age, Margaret, second daughter of Mr. John CARRUTHERS, blacksmith, after a protracted illness, borne with great fortitude and christian resignation.
At Wreay, on the 24th instant, Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas LANCASTER, aged 35 years, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with truly christian fortitude and resignation. Her loss will long be lamented.
At Middle Farm, near Brampton, on Tuesday, the 16th instant, the Reverend Robert BATEY, incumbent of Tatham Fell, in the county of Lancaster, aged 70 years.
At Brampton, on the 21st instant, Mr. Joshua RICHARDSON, aged 64 years.
At Tirril, near Penrith, on Wednesday week, Barbara Bowness, second daughter of the Rev. Thomas GIBSON, of that place, aged 16 years—much regretted.
At Melmerby, near Penrith, on the 19th instant, Mrs. Agnes MATTHEWS, aged 85 years.
At Penrith, on the 22d, Mrs. Mary THOMPSON, Dockwray, aged 77 years; and Mr. George ARMSTRONG, a Chelsea pensioner, aged 49 years.
At Barton, near Penrith, on the 18th instant, in the prime of life, Barbara, second daughter of the Reverend Thomas GIBSON, vicar ot Barton, aged 18 years.
At Penrith, on Tuesday, the 23rd instant, Miss Jane SMITH, Sandgate, aged 15 years.
On the 18th instant, in the 60th year of his age, Mr. Nathaniel WILSON, of the Black Horse Inn, Great Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of Little Corby, Cumberland. He was generally esteemed throughout the town, and his death is deeply felt by his family and relatives.
At Maryport, on Monday, the 22d instant, Mrs. Nancy HINDE, aged 82; Sarah TOLSON, aged 24; and on the 23rd, Mary, wife of Mr. James GARRET, aged 39.
At Moorside, near Maryport, on the 23rd instant, in childbed, Mary, wife of Mr. Robert ENGLISH, aged 42 years.
At Cockermouth, on Thursday, the 18th instant, Mr. John RUSSEL, hatter, aged 81 years.
At Workington, on the 19th instant, Catherine, wife of Mr. William ARCHIBALD, aged 29 years; same day, Mrs. Agnes CURWEN, widow, aged 59 years; on the 20th, Mr. Nicholas CUNNINGHAM, aged 67 years; and at the Workhouse, on the 18th, David M'KEBB, aged 80 years.
At Crossfield, near Cleator, on Sunday last, Miss Sarah BENN, of that place, aged 40 years; at the same place and day, after a lingering indisposition, William, son of Mr. Peter BELL, in the 29th year of his age.
At Rottington, near Whitehaven, on Sunday, the 21st inst., Mr. Henry WALKER, yeoman, parish clerk of St. Bees, at an advanced age.
At Whitehaven, on Wednesday last, in Lower Queen Street, Mrs. Margaret JAMES, confectioner, wife of Mr. John JAMES, aged 64; Thomas, son of Mrs. Jane GRINDALL, widow, matron of the Workhouse, aged 18 years; and in Scotch Street Workhouse, Mr. Daniel MUNN, formerly sail-cloth weaver, aged 74 years.
At Nottingham, lately, in the 53rd year of his age, Mr. Thomas MITCHELL, coach maker. The deceased was many years a resident in Whitehaven, and son of the late Mr. John MITCHELL, of Sunderland Cottage, near Bothel.
At West Maitlands, New South Wales, on the 1st of October last, Grayson, youngest son of the late Thomas HARTLEY, Esq., of Gillfoot, aged 31 years.
On the 18th of November last, highly and deservedly esteemed, Captain Thomas WALKER, of the Superior, of Whitehaven, aged 24 years, youngest son of the late Mr. Musgrave WALKER, ship-chandler. The deceased was unfortunately washed over-bard three days after sailing from Liverpool for Rio Janeiro.
At Newcastle, on the 11th instant, in Prudhoe-street, aged 59, much and deservedly respected, Mr. John TURNBULL, builder; same day, in Pandon Dean, aged 73, after a short illness, Mr. George WILSON, the celebrated Blackheath pedestrian.
At Longhirst Grange, near Morpeth, on the 13th instant, aged 84, greatly respected, Mr. John BLAKE, who was governor of the county gaol at Morpeth for half a century.
On Sunday week, near Holywell, in Flintshire, aged 43, Mr. Robert BRUNTON, trainer to Sir R. W. BULKELEY, Baronet, and also many years the successful trainer to the late John CLIFTON, Esq., much regretted.
At Stokesley, in Yorkshire, on Wednesday, the 17th of April instant, the Rev. Philip HARDCASTLE, aged 83, one of the very few surviving contemporaries of the Rev. John WESLEY, the founder of Methodism, in whose society the deceased was a minister for upwards of 57 years; having been appointed by Mr. WESLEY, to a Methodist Circuit, as an Itinerant Preacher, in 1781, when he also received the "imposition of hands" from the revered John William DE LA FLECHERE.