BIRTH.
 
At Keswick, on Thursday week, the Lady of M. Joaquin GARCIA DE TOLEDO, (appointed Charge d' Affaires of the State of New Granada at the Court of his Britannic Majesty) of a son and heir.
 
MARRIED.
 
At St. Cuthbert's, in this city, on Saturday last, by the Rev. N. C. DUNSCOMBE, B.A., Sober, eldest son of the late Sober WATKIN, Esq., of Penshaw House, Durham, to Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. ELLIOT, of Lowther Street.
 
At St. Mary's, in this city, on Wednesday last, Mr. Thomas STUBBS, of Dalston, to Miss Elizabeth ATKINSON, of this place.
 
At London, on Monday last, the Rev. Beilby P. HODGSON, eldest son of the Very Rev. the Dean of Carlisle, to Frances, third daughter of the late George John LEGH, Esq., of High Legh, in the County of Chester.
 
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Francis SWAIN, cotton weaver, to Mrs. Mary TOMLINSON; on Monday, Mr. Geo. RAY, tailor, to Miss M. TINDALL.
 
At Crosscannonby, on the 18th inst., Mr. HETHERINGTON, brewer, to Miss SIBSON; on the 20th, Mr. Joseph SHADDOW, carpenter, to Miss Dinah MURRAY; all of Maryport.
 
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. Wm. BORRIS, to Miss Jane BIRKETT, both of Borrowdale, near Keswick; Mr. Joseph VICKERS, of Thornthwaite, to Esther, daughter of Mr. Joseph HODGSON, of Bog, near Keswick.
 
At Bridekirk, on Thursday week, Thos. DONNELLY, Esq., Captain of the 1st regt. of Grenadiers, Bombay Army, third son of John DONNELLY, Esq., of Blackwatertown, Armagh, Ireland, to Jane Christiana, second daughter of the late J. D. B. DYKES, Esq., of Dovenby Hall.
 
At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, Mr. John GEDDE, mason, to Miss Nanny STUBBS; Mr. John BLACKBURNE, shipwright, to Miss Catherine CARVEL; Mr. Hugh WINDS, to Miss Elizabeth MADDERS; on Monday, Mr. John MOORE, shoemaker, to Miss Sarah HERBERT.
 
At Warcop, near Appleby, Mr. John FAIRER, to Miss Elizabeth SOWERBY, both of Sandford ; Mr. John ROBINSON, to Miss Elizabeth SALKELD.
 
At Bongate, Appleby, Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, shoemaker, to Miss Mary ELLISON; Mr. John ELLWOOD, to Miss Ann HALL.
 
At Ormside, near Appleby, on Sunday last, Mr. Edward TUER, to Miss Mary BALMER.
 

DIED.
 
Here, yesterday, after a deep and rapid consumption, Mr. WILSON, veterinary surgeon, Scotch Street, aged 46. His death will be much regretted by an extensive circle of acquaintance.
 
On Tuesday last, Mr. John Mc.CULLY, of Duke Street, aged 70.
 
At West Curthwaite, near Thursby, on Saturday last, after a long and severe illness, Mr. Jesse RICHARDSON, aged 73.
 
At Allonby, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Sarah HENRY, advanced in years.
 
At Cockermouth, on the 18th inst., Mr. Edward SPEDDING, cooper, aged 42, son of Mr. SPEDDING, of Langdale, Westmorland.
 
At Maryport, Mr. J. SAUL, a member of the Society of Friends, advanced in years.
 
At Crosby, near Maryport, last week, Mr. J. SEWELL, shoemaker, aged 60.
 
At Keswick, yesterday week, in child-bed, Agnes wife of Mr. John PEARS, aged 29.
 
At Myrtle Grove, near Keswick, on Thursday week, Mrs. BLAKEY, wife of Mr. H. P. BLAKEY, woollen manufacturer, and grand-daughter of Mrs. DOVER, Acron House, Keswick, aged 27.
 
At Gillerthwaite, in Loweswater, on the 14th inst., Mr. S. HEAD, joiner, aged 34.
 
At Bothel, on Saturday last, Mrs. DAWSON, wife of Mr. Anthony DAWSON, aged 63. It has not been the lot of many to descend to the grave more generally respected and beloved; for her urbanity of manners, mildness of disposition, and benevolence of heart, endeared her to all friends and acquaintances.
 
At Ravenglass, on Tuesday week, Mrs. KIRBY, relict of the late Mr. Thomas KIRBY, aged 79.
 
On Wednesday last, aged 83, Joseph GIBSON, Esq., of Whelprigg, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace.
 
At Workington, since our last, Mr. Isaac FISHER, aged 67; Mr. John CLARKE, aged 85 ; Mrs. Elizabeth BROWNE, aged 81.
 
At Stainton, in Millom, on the 18th inst., William, second son of Mr. John KNIGHT, of that place.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. John POWE, aged 27; Mr. Thomas WESTRAY, aged 69.
 
At Egremont, yesterday week, Mr. John MITCHELL, landlord of the Horse & Groom public house, aged 70.
 
At Warcop, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Margt. WAUGH, a descendant of the late Bishop WAUGH, Bishop of this diocese, aged 75; on the 15th inst., Mr. John FISHER, aged 20.
 
At Glasgow, on Tuesday last, John Henry, second son of Mr. ALEXANDER, manager of the Theatre Royal of that city, aged 10 years and 8 months; a youth of great promise, and universally beloved.
 
At London, on Tuesday last, Ann SCOTT, second daughter of the late Sir W. SCOTT, Bart., of Abbotsford.
 
On Saturday the 15th inst, in the fourth year of her age, Mary Ann, only daughter of Mr. BOWMAN, chemist, Manchester.
 
At London, on the 15th inst., Lieut.-General Sir T. BOWSER, K.C.B., aged 84; on the 17th inst., Lady Elizabeth Barbara, wife of Sir Henry HALFORD, Bart., physician to his Majesty.