Saturday 22 Jun 1839   (p. 3, col. 6-7)
 
Birth.
 
At High Setmurthy, on Sunday week, the Lady of T. A. HOSKINS, Esq., of a daughter.
 
Marriages.
 
At St. Mary’s. on the 15th instant, Mr. John SOWERBY, to Miss Hannah STEPHENSON; 17th, Mr. George Alfred BAKER, of Perth, to Miss Mary Ann ANSELL, of Keld House; 18th, Mr. Watson SLACK, to Miss Mary REAY.
 
At Brampton, on the 16th instant, Mr. Robert HUDSPITH, of Stone House, to Miss SAWER, of Breckon-hill.
 
At Abbey Lanercost, on the 15th instant, Mr. Wm. WILSON, of Crossike, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. Christopher WATSON, of Hardest.
 
At the parish church, Workington, on the 14th instant, Mr. William M’DUGAL, mariner, to Miss Jane COUCE [sic – according to FreeBMD, they were William McDOUGAL and Jane CONN], of Harrington.
 
At St. John’s, Beckermont, on Saturday last, Mr. Henry LOWRY, to Miss Elizabeth COOKE, youngest daughter of Mr. Isasc [sic] COOKE, of Grange Brow.
 
At the Registrar’s office, in John Lane, Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mr. John GIBSON, to Miss Jane SMALLWOOD, both of Distington; and at the same place, on the following day, Mr. Thomas COOK, to Miss Frances MOORE, of Harrington.
 
On Thursday last, at St. Martin’s, London, by the Rev. Sir Henry DUCKENFIELD, Bart., Mr. John HOLMES, Strand, to Miss DREW, only daughter of Vincent DREW, Esq., Borough, Southwark.
 
On Wednesday last, at St. Mary’s, Bryanstone-square, London, by the Rev. John COLLS, of Silchester, Hants, Lord FITZALAN, eldest son of the Earl of Surrey, and grandson of the Duke of Norfolk, to Augusta Mary Mina Catherine LYONS, daughter of Sir Edmund LYONS, K.C.H., ambassador to the King of Greece.
 Saturday 22 Jun 1839   (p. 3, col. 6-7)
 
Deaths.
 
On Sunday last, in Scotch Street, Mr. John MORPETH, solicitor, aged 36 years.
 
On the 17th instant, Mr. George GOODFELLOW, whitesmith, aged 43 years; a man of great skill in his business.
 
At Carleton, on Saturday last, Miss Martha LITTLE, aged 70 years.
 
At Farlam, near Brampton, on the 18th instant, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas RAILTON, aged 20 years.
 
At Barras, parish of Lanercost, on the 16th instant, Mr. SCOTT, aged 48 years.
 
On Monday last, at Ossels Hill, Knarsdale, after a long illness, borne with true christian resignation, Mr. Robert GREAVE, Carlisle and Alston carrier, advanced in years. Mr. GREAVE was an extensive dealer in corn and bacon, and attended Brampton market upwards of fifty years: by his death the farmers in that district have sustained a loss which will not be easily repaired.
 
At Great Broughton, since our last, Mrs. Mary IREDALE, aged 86 years.
 
At Great Braithwaite, near Keswick, on the 4th instant, Mr. Thomas KIRKBRIDE, in the 19th year of his age.
 
At Keswick, on Saturday last, Mrs. Sarah ROBINSON, widow, daughter of Mr. J. DOBSON, of the Rose and Crown inn, aged 26 years.
 
At Greysouthen, on Sunday week, Mr. William BROADBELT, yeoman, aged 85 years.
 
At Harrington, Mr. Jeffery MATTHEWS, mariner, aged 45 years; same place, on Saturday last, Sarah, daughter of Capt. John HAYTON, in the 7th year of her age.
 
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Ruth PAYLE, aged 73 years.
 
At Allerby, on the 14th instant, Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, yeoman, in his 89th year.
 
At Crosby, on the 18th instant, Mr. James ATKINSON, farmer, aged 77 years.
 
At Hensingham, on Monday, the 10th inst., Ann, the wife of Mr. John GRINDALE, tinman, aged 76 years.
 
At Sandwith, near Whitehaven, on Monday week, Mrs. MITCHELL, widow, in the 64th year of her age.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. BEATTY, widow of the late Mr. BEATTY, of the Windmill, near that town, in an advanced age; Mrs. RAVEN, widow of the late Mr. Joseph RAVEN, thread manufacturer, in the 67th year of her age; Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Watson BELL, of the High Pottery, aged 8 years; Thomas, son of Mr. Joseph DIXON, aged 16 years; Miss Margaret SHARP, aged 39 years.
 
At St. Ann's Hospital, Appleby, on the 14th inst., Mrs. Mary DOVER, matron of the above hospital, aged 82 years.
 
At Black River, Jamaica, on the 14th of April, of yellow fever, Capt. John BRIGGS, of the Hannah, of Maryport, in the prime of life.
 
At sea, in the early part of February last, Mr. W. R. BIRKETT, son of Mr. James BIRKETT, of the Globe inn, Maryport, in the 19th year of his age. He was unfortunately drowned by falling overboard the barque Canada, POTTS, of Whitehaven, near the Isle of France.
 
In Dublin, last week, Mrs. GRISDALE, wife of Mr. Thomas GRISDALE, formerly of Whitehaven.
 
At Sydney, New South Wales, in the month of January last, Joseph, son of Mrs. ROOKIN, of Duke Street, Whitehavhn [sic], in the prime of life.
 
At Independence, Illinois, U.S. on the 13th April last, Mary HANNAY, spouse of Mr. Thomas AFFLECK, residing there, late merchant in Dumfries.
 
We regret to announce the death of Lord William BENTINCK, which took place yesterday evening, after a long illness, at his residence at the Rue Chaussee d'Antin. His Lordship was in his 66th year, and his death will be a subject of deep regret, not only to a very extensive circle of private friends, but to his country at large, which he has honourably served in nearly all parts of the world.—Galigani's Messenger, Tuesday last.
 
On Tuesday week, the Hon. George TALBOT. The late hon. gentleman was heir presumptive to the Earldom of Shrewsbury, and married in 1829 a daughter of Horace ST. PAUL, Bart., by whom he leaves issue a son, John, born on the 18th of February, 1830, now heir presumptive to the title, and a daughter, born the 6th of June, 1831.
 
On the 1st instant, at his palace at Rome, the Prince BORGHESE. The Prince is succeeded in his immense estates and possessions by his eldest son, the Prince of Sulmona, now Prince BORGHESE; while the second son becomes Prince ALDOBRANDINI.
 
We regret to announce the death of Mr. MORI, the accomplished musician, who has long occupied a large space in the public eye, and a high position in public estimation. Mr. MORI fulfilled his duties as leader of the band at her Majesty's Theatre on Tuesday last, and his absence from the orchestra on Thursday night was understood by his professional brethren to have been occasioned by an attack of lumbago. As the ballet approached its termination, at nearly one o'clock on Friday morning, Mr. MORI, junior, who was then performing in the orchestra, was called away, by an intimation that his father was in a dangerous state; and when he arrived at the house in Bond-street he received the melancholy information that his father had ceased to exist. The family of the late Mr. MORI consists of two sons and three daughters, for whom his great talent and indefatigable exertions have enabled him to leave an ample provision.