Saturday 09 Nov 1839   (p. 3, col. 6-7)




At St. Mary's, on the 6th instant, Mr. James HARRISON, private of the 7th Dragoon Guards, to Miss Rebecca JOHNSTON.

At Brampton, on the 2nd instant, Mr. William ROUTLEDGE, mason, to Miss Margaret WISE.

At Walton, on Saturday last, Mr. David BARNFATHER, of Garthside, parish of Lanercost, to Miss Mary Ann GOODBURN, of White Hill.

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday last, Mr. Daniel GATEY, tailor, Great Braithwaite, to Miss Esther MUMBERSON, of Howe; same time and place, Mr. Jonathan POSTLETHWAITE, to Miss D. BENNETT, both of Borrowdale, near Keswick.

At the Registrar's office, Whitehaven, on Friday week, Mr. Hugh WHITE, to Mrs. Mary HUMPHRIES.

At Templesowerby, on Wednesday week, by the Reverend Thomas ROBINSON, Mr. Joseph ROBINSON, of Bongate, Appleby, to Jane, third daughter of the late Thomas DIXON, Esq., of the former place.

At Secundrabad, on Tuesday, the 13th August, by the Rev. W. TOMES, B.A., Capt. William Brunton JACKSON, 25th Regt. M.N.I., eldest son of Major-General George JACKSON, Madras Army, to Margaret ARMSTRONG, second daughter of the late Edward ARMSTRONG, of Hook, Dumfries-shire.

At Dumfries, on the 1st curt., by the Rev. T. DUNCAN, Mr. James WATSON, compositor, to Agnes, second daughter of Mr. John GIBSON, cabinet-maker; same day and place, by the Rev. Andrew FYFE, Mr. Peter M'LEAN, cabinet-maker, to Jean, second daughter of Mr. Oliver STRONG, turner.

MARRIAGE OF LORD GLENLYON.—Tuesday week being the day appointed for the celebration of Lord Glenlyon's nuptials, at 5 o'clock P.M., the hour at which the ceremony was to be performed, the cannon on Stanley Hill fired a salute of twenty one guns. The music bells in the steeple of Dunkeld and the church bells commenced ringing, and continued during the evening. Her Grace, the Duchess, entertained to dinner and a ball, all tbe people in her employment. On Wednesday his Lordship passed through Perth for Blair. Triumphal arches were on the bridge and in Athole Street. There is to be a public dinner in the Duke's Arms Hotel—a grand ball in the Masons' Hall—an illumination—a huge bonfire at the Cross, and every other mark of rejoicing, to do honour to the auspicious event.— Glasgow Chronicle.




In St. Cuthbert's Lane, since our last, Mrs. Jane WHALLEY, aged 44 years.

On Caldew Brow, on the 5th instant, Mr. William POOLE, aged 51 years.

In the House of Recovery, on Saturday last, Mr. John HOLMES, of Botchergate, aged 21 years.

On Friday week, Mr. William HUNTER, of St. Cuthbert's Lane, aged 67 years.

At Rockliff, on Saturday last, Mr. Matthew IRVING, aged 78 years.

At Moor-row, near Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. Joseph ATKINSON, aged 77 years; much respected.

At Wigton, on the 30th ult., Jane, wife of Mr. Allan BELL, grocer, aged 56 years,—much respected; on the 31st ult., Mrs. Mary LAMB, aged 66 years; on the 2nd inst., Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. James WALLAS, shoemaker, aged 3 years.

At Cliburn, Westmorland, on the 3rd instant, Mr. John ROBINSON, late farmer at Greenhow, aged 90 years.

At Fitz House, near Cockermouth, on the 28th ultimo, Humphrey SENHOUSE, Esq., aged 52 years.

At Dearham Row, on the 23rd ult., Sally, wife of Mr. Simon PEARSON, aged 73 years.

At Keswick, on Thursday week, of consumption, Miss Esther MARK, dress maker, aged 19 years; and on Saturday, at Field Side, near Keswick, Miss Sarah MAWSON, aged 26 years.

At Workington, since our last, Mrs. E. BARNES, aged 70 years; Mrs. F. M'CUBBINS, aged 59 years; Mr. Jos. SMITH, aged 75 years; and Margaret, daughter of Mr. William DODGSON, aged 9 years.

At Harrington, on Thursday week, Mrs. Eleanor WINDAR, widow, aged 57 years,—much respected by a large circle of friends and acquaintance.

At Lowca, near Whitehaven, on Sunday last, Mr. James PATTISON, aged 80 years.

In the Workhouse, Whitehaven, Mrs. Catherine PARK, aged 35 years.

In High Church Street, Whitehaven, at the house of her brother-in-law, Mr. William M'MATH, Mary, widow of the late Mr. Wm. SPITTALL, mariner, aged 28 years. Her patience during her long illness was marked by christian resignation, and her memory will long be cherished by her sorrowing relatives and friends.

At Hazel Holme, on the 1st inst., John BROCKLEBANK, Esq., in the 65th year of his age.

At Maxwelltown, on the 2nd curt., at an advanced age, Mr. James GRIER, long resident in Jamaica.

DEATH OF LORD GEORGE BERESFORD.—Lord George BERESFORD, who had been for some time previously on a visit with his distinguished relative, his Grace the Lord Primate, expired at the palace, Armagh, on the morning of Saturday last. The Lord Primate, accompanied by his nephew, Lord John BERESFORD, has been passing the last week at Newcastle, in this county.—Newry Telegraph. [Lord George was in his 59th year; he was a Lieutenant-General in the army and Colonel of the 3rd Dragoons, a Privy Councillor, Custos Rotulorum of the County of Waterford, and Colonel of its Militia. He married in 1808, Harriet, daughter of a gentleman named SCHUTZ, by whom he has left three surviving children, the eldest a daughter in her 30th year. His Lordship was a son of the first and uncle to the present Marquis of Waterford. He represented for a long time the County of Waterford to Parliament on the Tory interest, until he was elected from it by Mr. VILLIERS STUART (now Lord Stuart de Decies) aided by the influence of the Catholic Association. This was the first great blow struck at Toryism in Ireland, and laid the foundation of a series of victories which soon ended in the attainment of the Roman Catholic Relief Bill.