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Birth.
 
On the 31st ult., at Fulham House, the lady of the Lord Bishop of London, of a son.
 
Married.
 
At St. Mary's in this city, on the 9th inst., Mr James SAWYER, tailor, to Miss Mary MOSS.
 
At Wigton, on Tuesday week, Mr. Thomas LINTON, to Miss Margaret STRONG.
 
At Stapleton Church, on Sunday last, Mr. John HETHERINGTON, Hemelsgate, Brampton, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. William BEATY, Soutermoor, Stapleton.
 
At Penrith, on the 12th inst., Mr. John BELL, to Miss Sarah LANCASTER.
 
At Greystoke, on the 3d inst., Capt. WASHINGTON, R. N., to Ellen, youngest daughter of the Rev. Henry ASKEW, Rector of Greystoke.
 
At Harrington, on Friday week, Mrs. Esther REES, aged 66. The deceased was a native of Whitehaven.
 
At Frostams, near Workington, on Friday week, Miss Jane SHIELDS, aged 22 years.
 
At Workington, on the 5th inst., Mr. John THOMPSON, miner, to Mrs. Mary Ann JOHNSTON.
 
At Workington, on the 12th inst., Charles SMITH, Esq., of St. John's College, Cambridge, M. A., to Ann, second daughter of Benjamin THOMPSON, Esq.
 
At Edge-hill, near Liverpool, lately, Mr. James HILL, to Miss Elizabeth SKELTON, youngest daughter of the late Captain William SKELTON, of Harrington, Cumberland.
 
At Bishopwearmouth, Mr. John BURLINSON, upholsterer, to Miss Isabella HUGHES.
 
At Dublin, on the 27th ult., Captain John GRAYSON, of the Ceres, of Whitehaven, to Miss Catherine LANGTRY, of Dublin.
 
At Calcutta, on the 5th of March last, Mr. Joseph YOUNGHUSBAND, merchant, eldest son of Wm. YOUNGHUSBAND, Esq., of Floraville, to Mrs. Arabella FIELD.

Died.
 
In Grosvenor-street, London, on the 9th instant, Adeliza Maria, the wife of Henry PETRE, Esq., of Dunkenalgh, Lancashire, and third daughter of Henry HOWARD, Esq., of Corby Castle.
 
In Abbey Street, in this city, yesterday, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thos. CARRICK, artist, aged 2 years.
 
At Gilsland, suddenly, on Monday last, Mr. LIDDELL, of this City, spirit merchant, aged 40; highly respected.
 
On Saturday last, in Botchergate, Mrs. Mary IRVING, daughter of Mr. H. ANDERSON, warper, aged 20; much respected.
 
Here, in Botchergate, since our last, Mrs. Moor STOREY, aged 33; in Union Street, Miss Susannah BLAIR, aged 35; Sept. 8th Mrs. Jane HILL, aged 37; Mr. Isaac ROBINSON, aged 37; 13th Mr. John MASON, weaver, aged 72.
 
Here, in Caldcoats, on the 8th inst., Mr. John HUME, aged 88 years.
 
Mr. HARRISON, master of the Hero of this port, (the arrival of which vessel at Port Carlisle we announce in our shipping intelligence,) died four days after the vessel left Miramichi.
 
At Knockupworth, near this city, on Thursday week, Hannah, daughter of Thomas GRAHAM, aged 16 years; much and deservedly regretted.
 
At the Fever House, Newcastle, on the 4th inst., Mr. Thomas ATKINSON, cattle drover, aged 56, from the neighbourhood of this city.
 
At Brampton, on Monday last, Mrs. Jane TINLING, widow of the late Mr. Wm. TINLING, butcher.
 
At Wigton, on Thursday week, Mr. Jacob PATTINSON, the last remaining brother of the firm of Isaac PATTINSON and Sons, manufacturers, aged 24,—much respected; on Friday week, Mrs. Jane PARKER, aged 87 years.
 
At Penrith, on the 8th inst., Mr. George BURROW, aged 88 years; Jane, wife of Mr. Samuel TURNBULL, aged 73 years.
 
At Newton, near Penrith, on the 9th inst., Mr. John THOMPSON, of London, tailor, aged 48.
 
At Bootle, on the 24th ult., Tamar NEWTON, 44.
 
At Maryport, on the 4th inst., Elizabeth STUART, aged 15; Sarah GORLEY, aged 30.
 
At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Mary HODGSON, widow, advanced in years; Mr. Henry CLUCAS, aged 51; Mrs. Margt. TULLY, widow, aged 80.
 
At Egremont, on Thursday week, Jane, the wife of James BIRLEY, Esq., and daughter of the late Rev. Abraham BROWN, many years minister of Egremont, aged 47.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Patrick DARBY, aged 52.
 
At the Countess of Pembroke's Hospital, Appleby, on Thursday last, Mrs. Margaret BLACKETT, aged 86.
 
At Bishopwearmouth, Mr. Alexander MELDRUM, aged 35, sailing master in the royal navy.
 
On Saturday last, in Rodney Street, Liverpool, Mrs. Mary Anne WRIGHT, aged 51, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph BANCROFT, Emerald-bank, near Keswick, Cumberland.
 
At Douglas, Isle of Man, on the 28th ult., of cholera, the Rev. Edward PARSONS, upwards of 40 years minister of Salem Chapel, Leeds; lately, whither she had gone on a visit, Harriet, the affectionate daughter of Mr. John IRVINE, of Renshaw Street, Bold Street, Liverpool, and late of Keswick, in this county.
 
At Chaleur Bay, in July last, Mr. Robt. THOMPSON, mate of the brig Albion, of Maryport.
 
In the West Indies, Mr. Price TYSON, of the brig Brothers, of Liverpool, son of Mr. George TYSON, of Maryport.
 
At Benares, in the East Indies, on the 2d of March last, after an indisposition of two months, William LOWTHER, Esq., eldest son of James LOWTHER, Esq., formerly and for many years Member of Parliament for the county of Westmorland, aged 52 years. Mr. LOWTHER had been upwards of thirty years in India, during the greater part of which time he was a Judge in one of the supreme courts in that country.
 
At Rotterdam, on the 31st ult., after one hour's illness, Mr. John DAVIS, aged 44, master of the brig Goodwill, of Sunderland.
 
At London, on the 20th ult., Mary, eldest daughter of Colonel Leith MAY, M. P.
 
On the 7th inst., at her residence in Windsor Terrace, Clifton, in the 88th year of her age, after a painful and protracted illness, Mrs. Hannah MORE. Few persons have enjoyed a higher degree of public esteem and veneration than this excellent and distinguished lady. Early in life she attracted general notice by a brilliant display of literary talent, and was honoured with the intimate acquaintance of JOHNSON and BURKE, of REYNOLDS and GARRICK, and of many other highly eminent individuals, who equally appreciated her amiable qualities, and her superior intellect. She quitted in the prime of her days the bright circles of fashion and literature, and retiring into the neighbourhood of Bristol, devoted herself to a life of active Christian benevolence, and to the composition of various works, having for their object the religious improvement of mankind.