Birth.
 
At the Vicarage of Lenham, on the 15th inst., the lady of the Rev. Charles PARKIN, M. A., of a daughter.
 
Married.
 
At St. Mary's in this city, on the 21st inst., Mr. John M'KAY, to Ann Jane YOUNG; Mr. William MEREDITH, to Miss Sarah STURGEON; 23d, Mr. Richard TAYLOR, schoolmaster, to Miss Elizabeth HETHERINGTON; Mr. Thomas CARTMELL, to Miss Catharine ROBSON; 24th, Mr. William KIRKBRIDE, fish-hook and tackle maker, to Miss Deborah LITTLE, dress-maker.
 
At St. Cuthbert's, in this city, on the 21st inst., Mr. James M'MASTER, to Miss Martha TURNER; 23d, Mr. Daniel FORD, to Miss Nancy GREEN; Mr. John KENDAL, to Miss Ann SEWELL; 25th, Mr. George RAMSHAW, to Miss Elizabeth LINFOOT; 26th Mr. Jas. COLLINGS, to Miss Harriot IVISON.
 
At Gretna, on Thursday last, Mr. Alexander DOTTI, of this city, tailor, to Miss Lucy FORSTER, eldest daughter of Mr. George FORSTER, of Stanwix.
 
At Crosscannonby, on Monday last, Mr. John NORMAN, tanner, near Sunderland, to Miss Mary MOOR, of Maryport.
 
At Ulverston, on the 14th inst., Mr. Edward DEARSON, joiner to Miss Mary FLEMING, both of that town.
 
At Harrington, on Sunday last, Mr. Jonathan FEARON, mariner, to Miss Eleanor HORNSBY.
 
At Egremont, on Saturday last, Mr. John CATON, joiner, to Miss Mary MATHER, both of that place.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. John BROADBENT, bookseller, to Miss Agnes MYERS; Mr. Wm. LUCAS, to Miss Isabella LEWIS; Mr. John HARRISON, to Miss Ann HASTY,—all of that town.
 
At Tynemouth church, Mr. John SCOTT, mariner, to Miss Hariet LENG, of Preston.
 
At Middleton, near Manchester, on Wednesday last, Mr. Thomas HARRISON, of Harrington, to Mrs. A. SUTTON, late of Workington.
 
At Lancaster, on Thursday week, Matthew Talbot BAINER, Esk., of the Inner Temple, London, barrister-at law, son of Edward BAINES, Esq., of Leeds, to Anne, only daughter of L. THRELFALL, Esq., of Lancaster.
 
At Goathurst, Somersetshire, Captain KEMMIS, Grenadier Guards, to Henrietta, daughter of Colonel TYNTE, M. P. for Bridgewater.
 
At Edinburgh, Alexander GORDON, Esq., of Campbeltown, Steward of Kirkcudbright, to Sarah, eldest daughter of John LAWSON, Esq., of Cairnmuir, Peebles-shire.
 
At Chatcham, Miramichi, New Brunswick, on the 7th ult., by the Right Rev. John Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia, the Hon. Joseph CUNARD, to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas H. PETERS, Esq., Barrister at Law.
 
At the British Legation at Munich, on the 29th of August, Charles WOODMASS, Esq., of London, to the Hon. Harriet ERSKINE, seventh daughter of the Right Hon. Lord ERSKINE, his Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to his Majesty the King of Bavaria.
 


Died.
 
DEATH OF MR. LOSH, THE RECORDER OF NEWCASTLE.— A gloom has been cast over the inhabitants of this town to-day (Monday, Sept. 23), by the distressing intelligence received of the imminent danger and subsequent death of James LOSH, Esq., the able and respected Recorder of Newcastle. Mr. LOSH having been appointed one of the revising barristers for examining the lists of voters for the North Riding of the County of York, had been holding a court at Bowes on Friday last, and on his arrival at Greta Bridge, became seriously indisposed. He lingered till this day, and then expired. He was in the seventy-first year of his age. Few men have departed this life more generally, more sincerely, or more deservedly lamented. His amiable and excellent private character endeared him to a very extensive circle of friends, while his distinguished talents as a public speaker, and his long and unwearied devotion of them to the cause of civil and religious liberty, have rendered his death a loss to the community at large which cannot be easily replaced.— Tyne Mercury.
 
On Thursday evening, in Abbey Street, aged 63, Mr. Robert ANDERSON, "the Cumberland Bard." Mr. A. was a poet of no mean pretensions; and many of his songs are justly esteemed for their poetic beauty, as well as for their truth to nature, and the admirable picture which they afford of the manners and customs ot the natives of this County. His ballads will long continue to be favourites amongst our rustics, and he has left behind him a name as a rural poet which will not speedily perish.
 
In Botchergate, on the 24th inst., Margaret, daughter of Mr. Joshua HODGSON, carrier; much respected.
 
In the Three Crown Lane, English Street, on the 22d inst., Mr. Robert M'ILNAY, aged 30.
 
In Blow's Lane, Botchergate, on the 22d inst., Miss Mary ARMSTRONG, aged 19.
 
In St. Cuthbert's Workhouse, on the 24th inst., Mrs. Mary TURNER, aged 34.
 
In Shaddongate, on the 17th inst., Mr. Robt. CALVERT, aged 56.
 
In Shaddongate, on the 20th inst., Mr. Henry JONES, aged 38 years; much respected.
 
In Brewery Row, on the 22d inst., Mrs. Helen DUFF, aged 47 years.
 
In John Street, on the 23d inst., Mrs. Mary RAMSAY, aged 40 years.
 
At Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. Wm. STODHART, aged 63 years.
 
At Penrith, on the 23d inst., Miss Mary FOSTER, aged 31; Miss COUPLAND, aged 43; 25th Mrs. Mary LAWSON, widow, aged 40.
 
At Mill House, near Haltwhistle, on the 18th inst., aged 64, much respected, Mrs. BURN, widow of the late Mr. Henry BURN, of Leyburn House.
 
At Allonby, on the 12th, Mr. John BIGLAND, aged 48 years.
 
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last., Sarah, the wife of William HUDLESS, husbandman, aged 59.
 
At Quebec, J. SEWELL, Esq., aged 34, late of Cockermouth.
 
At Little Broughton, Miss CUBBIE, daughter of Mrs. Sarah CUBBIE, late of Crosby, near Maryport, in the prime of life.
 
At Ulverston, on the 15th inst., Mrs. Betty SMEDDIES, aged 32 years; 17th Ann, the daughter of Mr. James ASHBURNER, tailor, aged 12.
 
At Keswick, on Thursday week, Miss Elizabeth NELSON, aged 18; in the workhouse there, Dinah BEWLEY, aged 48.
 
On the 16th inst., suddenly, while forking sheaves in the corn field, Mr. Henry THOMPSON, of Harrington, aged 73.
 
At Maryport, on Monday last, Mr. Joseph PARROT, aged 77; on Tuesday last, Mrs. Sarah ROBINSON, aged 68; on Monday last, Mrs. COCKBAIN, the wife of Capt. John COCKBAIN, of that place, aged 21.
 
At Workington, on the 16th inst., Mr. John STEWART, aged 62; Mrs. Mary YEOWARD, aged 29; 19th, Ann, the wife of Daniel DICKINSON, hatter, aged 70; 22d, Capt. John CARLISLE, formerly of the Bell of Workington, aged 48, much regretted and respected by all who knew him; Mr. Thomas PURDY, aged 72; since our last, Isabella, wife of Mr. James SCOTT, aged 64, sincerely regretted.
 
At Whitehaven, in the Infirmary, since our last., Margaret MILLIGAN, aged 33 years.
 
At Keekle Bank, near Whitehaven, on Monday last, Mleanor [sic], daughter of Mr. Daniel, ATKINSON, farmer, aged 18 years.
 
At Mount Annan Lodge, on the 23th inst., Mary Brown, wife of Mr. SCOT, gamekeeper, Mount Annan, aged 50 years.
 
At Farley Hill, on the 15th inst., Edward STEPHENSON, Esq., of Scaleby Castle and Holme Cultram Abbey, in the county of Cumberland, and of Farley Hill, in the county of Berks.
 
At Wakefield, on the 21st inst., Mary, wife of the Rev. Joseph TWENTYMAN, and only daughter of the late Rev. Thomas BURGESS.
 
At Langshaw, on the 13th curt., John BARKER, Esq.
 
At Langlands, near Ecclefechan, on the 16th curt., Mr. George IRVING, aged 88.
 
At Newton-Stewart, on the 19th inst., in the 76th year of her age, Janet Douglas, relict of the late Mr. Wm. BLACK, and mother of Dr. BLACK, Bolton; 22d Elizabeth DUNCAN, aged 92, many years a pensioner of Lady H. MAXWELL, of Springkell and Kircouhtree.
 
At Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, on the 15th June last, Abraham Borradaile, infant son of George THOMSON, Esq., author of "Travels in Southern Africa."
 
DEATH OF THE EMPRESS OF CHINA.— On the 15th July, died at Pekin, the consort of the Emperor of China. A general mourning has been ordered in consequence. The Mantshur employés are for 27 days to wear garments of coarse white linnen, and caps without tassels or buttons; during 100 days they must not shave their heads. The Mongolian employés are to assume the same mourning, with the exception of the white garments. The Chinese people must leave their heads unshaved for the same period, and wear no tassels on their caps for seven days. The right of nominating the empress belongs to the emperor's mother, who solicits, within three years, one of the five spouses of her son for that office.— Russian Paper.