At Woodbank, on Sunday last, Mrs. HARRINGTON, of a daughter.
At Skelton Rectory, on Tuesday last, the Lady of the Rev. John DAYMAN, of a Son and heir.
At Hanover on the 27th ult., the Duchess of Cambridge, of a daughter.
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on the 12th inst. Mr. John INMAN, solicitor, to Mary, only daughter of R. MATTHEWS, Esq.
Same day and place, Mr. Joseph BANKS, to Mrs. Ann COLLINS.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Jos. HAYTON, of Maryport, master of the Donegal, to Mrs. GREGSON, of Wigton; Mr. Robert BEATY to Miss Ann SHARP.
At the Collegiate Church, Manchester, on Tuesday the 3rd inst., the Rev. Thos. Lamplugh HERVEY, M. A., eldest son of the Rev. H. A. HERVEY, vicar of Bridekirk, in this county, to Mrs. SLACK, of Ardwick Place, near Manchester, widow of the late William SLACK, Esq., formerly of Derwent Hill, near Keswick.
At Cockermouth, on Sunday the 8th inst., Mr. John MOLES, of Bridekirk, flax-dresser, to Miss Elizabeth STEPHENSON.
Lately, at Lamplugh, near Whitehaven, Mr. WALKER, of Whinnah, to Hannah, daughter of Mr. John WILSON, of Ennerdale Bridge; yesterday week, at the same place, Mr. William WOOD, of Fell Dike, shoemaker, to Mrs. Hannah PEARSON, widow.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. William GORLEY, to Miss Ann DIXON; on the 10th inst., Mr. Richard CLARKE, weaver, to Miss Nancy LONGCAKE.
At Flimby, on Saturday week, by the Rev. Wm. MAWSON, Mr. John WILKINSON, blacksmith, to Miss Margaret SHARP, of the same place.
At Camerton, on Saturday week, Mr. J. ALLACE, of Flimby, to Miss Sarah CLARKE, of Camerton.
At Muncaster Church, on Saturday last, by the Rev. T. SINGLETON, Mr. George DIXON, shoe-maker, Ravenglass, to Miss Rebecca HARTLEY, of Gosforth; same time and place, Mr. Joseph DIXON, of Hisemoor, in the parish of Bootle, to Miss Hannah HARTLEY. The two brides are sisters.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday, Mr. John EDGAR, waller, to Miss Rebecca THOMPSON, of Lorton; same place, Mr. John MOFFAT, to Miss Jane TARLETON.
On Tuesday last, Mr. John BATESON, bookseller, to Miss E. WILSON, both of Kirkby Lonsdale.
Here, in St. Cuthbert's Lane, on the 7th inst. Mr. Charles MIDSHOW, aged 38 years.
Same day, in Caldewgate, Jane, daughter of the late David BESWICK, aged 14 years.
Same day, in Willow Holme, Mr. Thomas BELL, aged 29 years.
On the 10th inst. in Rickergate, Margaret NICHOLSON, aged 14 years.
At Cummersdale, on the 5th inst., Mary, the eldest daughter of Mr. John ELLWOOD; much regretted.
At Hill Top, Buck-a-bank, on the 12th inst., Mrs. STEPHENSON, aged 82 years.
At her father's house, on Thursday last, after a long and tedious illness of 4 years and 2 months, born with christian patience, Jane, second daughter of Mr. Ebenezer GLENCROSS, innkeeper, Moorhouse, aged 28 years; deeply lamented by her relatiions [sic] and friends, and much respected by all who knew her.
At Linstock, on the 12th inst., Mr. Wm. GRAHAM, blacksmith, in the prime of life.
At Northampton, on the 5th inst,, Robert, second son of Mr. John SCOTT, innkeeper, Longtown, aged 21 years; he was a very promising young man.
At Standingstone, near Wigton, on Tuesday week, Mrs. Nancy HARDON, aged 67.
At Wigton, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Margaret ALLAN, in the prime of life.
At Westlinton, on Wednesday last, Mr. John DIXON, aged 74; much and justly respected by all who knew him.
In the East Indies, in July last, much and deservedly respected, Colonel Edward PEARSON, son of Mrs. John PEARSON, of Hesket, and nephew of the late Edward ROUTLEDGE, formerly of Barrock Side.
At Askerton Castle, in the parish of Abbev-Lanercost, on the 29th ult., of apoplexy, Mrs. TWEDDLE, aged 63; much respected by a large circle of friends.
At Penrith, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth TEASDLE, widow, aged 89; on the 10th, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Wm. ROBINSON, New Inn, aged 12.
At Clifton, near Penrith, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Dorothy JACKSON, aged 66.
At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, J. M'GILL weaver, aged 65.
At Eskdale, on Thursday last, Mrs. WILSON, wife of Mr. Lancelot WILSON, of Swordhouse, Eskdale, in the prime of life.
At Low Snab, Newlands, near Keswick, on Tuesday week, Mr. Moses MAWSON, yeoman, aged 82; very much respected.
At Great Brathwaite, Keswick, on Thursday week Isaac, son of Mr. John STAMPER, aged 20 years. He had resided for some time in the West Indies, but the climate did not agree with him, and he returned home in expectation to regain his health. He was a promising and amiable young man, and much esteemed.
In Maryport, last week, Miss Jane MILBURN, grand-daughter of Mr. NELSON, harbour-master of that port, in her 13th year; at the workhouse, on the 7th, R. TRINKELD, aged 84.
At Ennerdale Bridge, lately, Mr. John WILLIAMSON, aged 77 years.
At Workington, on Saturday the 7th inst., after a short illness, Mr. Wm. SALKELD, of the Green Dragon inn, in the prime of life;—known to a very extensive circle af acquaintance, he was generally beloved and respected; and few have died whose deaths will have occasioned more general regret. But whilst his unvarying kindness of manner, and his innate goodness of heart, will endear his memory to all who knew him, yet the genuine worth of his character can only be duly appreciated by his more immediate connexions, and by those who claimed to be numbered amongst his friends—by them his loss will be deeply felt and deplored, and the remembrance of his numerous good qualities will be fondly and affectionately cherished. Since our last, Capt. Wm. THOMPSON, late of the brig Senhouse, in his 71st year; Agnes, wife of Mr. John HUDSON, Castle Lodge, aged 79; Hannah, daughter of John SHARP, aged 10; Mrs. Mary CUTHBERTSON, widow, aged 74.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Hannah BOWES, widow, aged 63; Catherine daughter of Mr. John TODD, mariner, in her 9th year; Francis MOAT, aged 17 years; Mr. Archibald CLELLAND, aged 38 years.
On Sunday last, at the residence in which her late father lived, Sarah FREARS, of Highleys, in Lamplugh, in the prime of life. She was of a kind, humane, and amiable disposition; a dutiful daughter, an affectionate sister, and a sincere friend.
At Bampton, near Shap, on the 7th inst., the Rev. Mr. PEARSON, vicar, aged 75.
At Edinburgh, on the 1st inst., Dr. Edward MILLIGAN, of Plumdon, near Annan, Dumfrieshire, in the 50th year of his age. When we tell our learned readers that he was the editor of the last and best edition of "Celsus," they will know how to estimate his loss; and when we add, that 12 years ago he was a country shoemaker, and made shoes for the peasantry of the Scottish Dales, they will feel that he could be no common person.
At sea, James, eldest son of the late Mr. John RAMSAY, writer, in Dumfries, aged 22 years; a young man of promising talents and excellent character.— He was one of the crew of the Lancaster, Captain CREIGHTON, of Whitehaven, and was unfortunately washed overboard by a heavy sea, shortly before that vessel was thrown on her beam ends, and abandoned, on the 18th September last.
At the Workhouse, Scarborough, Margaret SCREETON, in her 103rd year, retaining all her faculties to the last. Her death was rather sudden, having dislocated her hip a short time ago. Until very recently, she was able to walk 10 miles a day; and visited various parts of Yorkshire and Durham, where she was well known. She remembered being at Carlisle with her mother during the Rebellion in 1745, when as she stated, she was a "great strong wench."
On the 13th ult., Mr. Wm. MORTIMER, of Straffan, county Kildare, aged 125; he retained all his faculties to the last.— At Arbroath, aged 101, Mrs. Margaret RATTRAY, relict of the late Mr. J. RATTRAY, and mother of Mrs. Provett DUNCAN, of Arbroath.