MARRIED.
 
At St. Cuthbert's Church, in this city, on Tuesday last, Mr. John Francis PORTER, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph HENRY.
 
At St. Mary's, on Monday last, Mr. John WHARTON, of Spread Eagle Inn, to Miss Catharine DALTON; on Saturday last, Mr. Robinson HORNSBY, hatter, to Miss Elizabeth BELL.
 
At Gretna, on Sunday last, Mr. George NORRIS, to Miss Jane BEAUMONT, both of this city.
 
At Thursby, on Monday last, Mr. Francis RICHARDSON, to Miss Sarah PATTINSON.
 
At Wigton, on Sunday week, Mr. Wm. HOLYWELL, to Miss Ann CASSON; on Tuesday week, Mr. Wm. ASKEW, to Miss Rachael FURNESS; on Sunday last, Mr. Wm. FITCH, to Miss Frances MINNICAN; Mr. John HAMEL, to Miss Margaret BLACKBURN; on Tuesday last, Mr. Henry BEATY, to Miss Ann CLARK.
 
At Bownes, Mr. John WILLS, Hesket, late of South America, to Miss Mary Ann BELL, of Hesket-new-market, daughter of Dr. John BELL, deceased, late of the Island of Grenada.
 
At Penrith, on the 24th ult., Mr. Joseph WATSON, High Rodderup, near Alston, to Miss Frances BELL, daughter of Mr. W. BELL, Blockcleugh, near Wearshead, Weardale; Mr. Robert STALKER, hatter, to Miss Margaret BELLAS.
 
At Workington, on Saturday week, Mr. Patrick M'COWEN, blacksmith, to Miss Margt. HAMICK; on Thusday [sic] last, Mr. Joseph BANKS, manufacturer, Cockermouth, to Miss Mary MORDY, second daughter of the late Capt. W. MORDY, Workington.
 
At Kirkby Stephen, on the 20th ult., Mr. John HARRISON, to Miss GIBSON, both of Soulby.
 
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. R. SMITH, master of the ship Thomas, of that port, to Miss Mary SHEPHARD; on Sunday last, Mr. John STOUP, master of the brig Fortune, of that port, to Ann only daughter of Mr. Joseph WILSON; Mr. John HARRISON, to Miss Catherine Whitfield GATES.
 
On Monday week, at St. Bees, Mr. Thos. CLARKE, to Miss Elizabeth KENICK, both of New Houses; on Saturday last, Mr. John WATSON, of New House, near Egremont, to Miss Margt. FURNASS, of Rothersike.
 
At Annan, on Tuesday last, Mr. Archibald JOHNSTONE, to Miss Isabella BROWN, both of Springfield.
 


DIED.
 
In Scotch Street, on the 1st inst., Mr. John JAMES, boot and shoemaker, aged 29.
 
On the 29th ult. at Stanwix, Mrs. Dorothy GIBSON, in her 73d year.
 
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Miss Eliz. MULBERRY, aged 14 years.
 
On Saturday last, at The Border, Abbey Holme, after a lingering illness, Mr. Joshua BIGLANDS, aged 62; much respected.
 
At Penrith, on the 25th ult., Mr. Joseph TEASDLE, tailor, aged 59; 26th, Mary, wife of Mr. Matthew OUSBY, butcher, aged 55; 27th, Mr. John WILSON, schoolmaster, aged 35; 29th, Mr. Jonathan WILLIAMSON, aged 59; 30th, Mr. William MARSHALL, grocer, aged 33.
 
At Blencowe, on Thursday, the 26th ult., Mr. W. JOHNSTON, yeoman, aged 87 years, much respected.
 
At Culgaith, on Sunday last, the infant daughter of Mr. Thos. WILLIAMSON, yeoman.
 
At Maryport, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth JEFFERSON, aged 66; on the 26th, John CASS, aged 14; and on the 27th, Mr. James QUAYE, aged 84.
 
Since our last, at Workington, Mary MUNCASTER, aged 25.
 
At Camerton, on Wednesday last, Sarah, the wife of Joseph RAMSAY, Esq., advanced in years; much respected.
 
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. Matthew KENDAL, tallow-chandler, aged 64; Mrs. Mary CLARK, widow, aged 75, very highly respected; on Wednesday week, Mr. John SNODDON, miner, aged 57; on Saturday last, Mrs. Eliz. UNTHANK, widow, at an advanced age; on Monday, after a short illness, Mr. Jas. GARRATT, shoemaker, aged 41; Mrs. Barbara FITZSIMMONS, aged 50.
 
On the 26th ult., at Derwent Hill, near Keswick, John TURNER, Esq., aged 49 years.
 
At Annan, on the 24th ult., Margaret, eldest daughter of the late David ARMSTRONG, Esq., advocate, aged 78 years.
 
At Hexham, on the 24th ult., Mrs. GORDON, widow of Mr. Jos. GORDON, shoemaker.
 
On Saturday last, at Kendal, after a short illness, Mr. Thos. SUART, schoolmaster, formerly Lieutenant in the Royal Cumberland Militia, aged 48; on Monday last, Miss M. ROBINSON, confectioner, aged 35.
 
At his seat at Dunrobin Castle, on the 19th ult., the Duke of Sutherland, who has not survived his ducal coronet more than six months.
 
At Stratford Lodge, Baltinglass, Ireland, the Right Hon. the Earl of Aldborough.