Saturday 25 Jun 1842   (p. 3, col. 7)



At Barrock Lodge on Monday, the 20th instant, the Lady of Captain William Edward JAMES, of a son and heir.



At St. Mary's, on the 23rd, Mr. Thomas PATRICKSON, of Sebergham, to Miss Jane CUNNINGHAM, of this city.

At Moor Cottage, Rigg of Gretna, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. Mr. M'GILL, Mr. David BEATTIE, to Miss Ellen HOPE.

At Browhouses, parish of Gretna, on the 10th instant, by the Rev. Mr. M'GILL, Mr.William BROATCH, to Miss Betsy GLOVER.

At Alston, on Tuesday, the 21st inst., by the Rev. H. SALVIN, Mr. Theophilus F. ASKE, of Oxton Hill, near Liverpool, to Mary, third daughter of the late Mr. David BATY, of Nunclose, in this county.

At St. John's Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. Joseph WALKER, painter, to Miss E. BOUCH, both of Keswick.

At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Mr. George PEARSON, tinman, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Mrs. MAJOR, of the Joiners' Arms inn, in that town.

At Crosscannonby, on the 18th, Mr. David WILSON, to Miss Hannah BROWN, both of Maryport.

At Irton, on the 18th inst., Mr. George PEARSON, of Wood Gate, Waberthwaite, to Miss Nancy DAVIS, of Slapestones, in the parish of Irton.

At Eskdale, on Saturday week, Mr. Aaron TYSON, to Miss Sarah WILSON.

At Workington, Mr. Solomon HARDING, to Miss Elizabeth COPE.

At St. John's, Beckermont, on the 16th inst., Mr. G. WORSELDINE, to Miss Mary CARTNER, both of Liverpool.

At Whitehaven, Mr. Thomas MARSDEN, watchmaker, Hensingham, to Miss Mary BROWN, of Whitehaven; Mr. Isaac SHARP, shoemaker, to Miss Ann RIDGEWAY.




In John Street, on the 21st instant, Mr. Thomas WRIGHT, aged 75 years.

In Caldcoats, on the 22nd instant, Mrs. Margaret DAVIDSON, aged 25 years.

In Duke Street, on the 24th instant, Mrs. Rebecca STEWART, aged 66 years.

In the House of Recovery, in this city, on Tuesday, the 21st instant, Mrs. Sarah DAWSON, of Duke Street, Caldewgate, aged 30 years.

At High Cummersdale, on the 20th instant, Elizabeth LITTLE, aged 25 years.

At Hornsby Gate, in the parish of Cumwhitton, on the 3rd inst., Mr. John BROWN, aged 71 years.

At Brampton, on Sunday, the 19th instant, Mrs. F. ARMSTRONG, Wheat Sheaf, aged 60; same day, Mrs. CARRUTHERS, aged 87.

At Green Quarries, in the parish of Westward, on Thursday, the 16th instant, Mr. John DOCKRAY, aged 65 years.

At Penrith, on the 14th inst., Mr. Joseph HARRISON, labourer, aged 89 years; same place, on the 19th, Sarah, widow of the late Mr. Joseph HODGSON, currier, aged 76 years.

At Oulton, in the parish of Wigton, on the 10th inst., Joseph SNOWDEN, aged 76 years; same place, on the 14th, William, son of John DAVIDSON, aged 7 years; same place, on the 15th, Mary, wife of Christopher BELL, aged 45 years.

At Dockray, in the parish of Wigton, on the 17th inst., Mary, wife of Robert SCOTT, aged 55 years.

At Wigton Union Workhouse, on the 14th instant, Robert MILLAR, aged 8 years.

At Keswick, on the 15th instant, Mr. Jonathan PRESTON, one of the post-boys at the Royal Oak Hotel, aged 24 years.

At Great Braithwaite, near Keswick, on the 13th instant, Miss Jane FLETCHER, aged 38 years.

At Aspatria, on the 16th inst., Mr. Stephen MATTINSON, aged 82 years.

At Ellenborough, near Maryport, on the 13th, Mr. John LIGHTFOOT, aged 72 years.

At Cockermouth Union Workhouse, on Tuesday week, Wm. HILL, formerly of Workington, aged 69 years.

At Liverpool, on the 10th inst., very suddenly, while visiting his brother, Mr. Joseph BELL, of Cleator, joiner, aged 21 years.

At Egremont, on Saturday last, Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. John WALKER, schoolmaster, aged 12 years.

At Harrington, on Saturday last, Mr. George FERRY, miner, aged 72 years.

At Whitehaven, Esther, wife of Mr. John HINDE, aged 76 years; at the Infirmary, Elizabeth HUTTON, aged 33 years; Mr. Andrew MINNOCK, shoemaker, aged 84; at the Union Workhouse, Nancy GARDNER, aged 50 years; Ann, daughter of the late Mrs. POWE, furniture-broker, aged 47.

On Tuesday, the 14th inst., deeply regretted, the Reverend George LAWSON, M.A., Vicar of Heversham, Westmoreland, in the 78th year of his age.

Pierre Joseph DUMONT, who acted as Guide and interpreter to Marshal BOURMONT in the expedition against Algiers, died in Paris on Wednesday; in the 88th year of his age, DUMONT had been a slave in Africa during 34 years, when he was restored to liberty by Lord Exmouth in 1819. He was at his own request, attached to Marshal BOURMONT's army in 1830. Reduced in his old days to the greatest misery, he was obliged to have recourse to public charity, and terminated his long and agitated career in the hospital at Necker.

DEATH OF MR. YATES.—We regret to announce the death of Mr. Frederick YATES, the spirited, enterprising, and talented performer and manager of the Adelphi Theatre; which took place on Tuesday afternoon at Euston-square, having just reached town by the Birmingham Railway. It will be remembered that he had once or twice ruptured a blood vessel, and he had for some time been in a declining state.

DEATH OF COUNT MATUSZEWIC.— The melancholy intelligence of the death of the above nobleman, well known in our sporting circles as one of the oldest members of the Melton hunt, has been received at the Russian embassy. His Excellency expired at St. Petersburg on the 1st instant.