Saturday 07 Sep 1839   (p. 3, col. 6)



On the 4th of July, when the ship "Robert Pulsford," Capt. John PRINCE (lately arrived at Baltimore from Liverpool,) was in lat. 36 deg., long. 72 deg., the wife of Mr. Lewis LEWIS, one of the passengers, was safely delivered of three fine daughters. They were severally named Columbia, Oceana, and Victoria. The mother and children are said to be doing well.—Liverpool Mail.




At Wigton, on Wednesday, the 4th instant, Mr. John STRACHAN, tea dealer, to Miss Elizabeth BANKS.

At the Registrar Office, Penrith, on the 5th instant, Mr. Thomas WINTER, whitesmith, to Mrs. Dinah RAY, widow, both of Penrith.

At Kirkby Thore, on the 31st ult., Mr. Joseph NICHOLSON, of Wickerfield, King Meaburn, Westmorland, to Miss STEPHENSON, of Heagill.

At Kirkby Stephen, lately, Mr. Mark ELLWOOD, clerk in Messrs. SPOONER and ATTWOOD's bank, London, to Miss Jane POWLEY, daughter of the late Mr. Wm. POWLEY, postmaster of Penrith.

At St. Michael's, Appleby, on the 2nd instant, Michael ELLWOOD, Esq., of Bongate, to Miss Hannah ROBINSON.

At the Independent Chapel, Cockermouth, on the 4th inst., Mr. Henry DIXON, ironmonger, to Miss STAINTON, daughter of the late Thomas STAINTON, Esq., of Rogerscale, near Cockermouth.

At the New Church (St. John's) Keswick, on the 3rd inst., Mr. WHINNEY, of Broughton Bridge, near Cockermouth, to Mrs. Mary Ann COOPER, of Keswick, youngest daughter of the late John SLACK, Esq., of Cockermouth. [This is the first marriage that has been solemnized in this church.]

At Moresby, on Thursday week, by the Rev. F. WOODHOUSE, A.M., rector, Mr. GREENWOOD, of Workington, to Miss CHRISTIAN, of Parton.

On Tuesday week, at the Parish Church, Workington, by the Rev. H. CURWEN, rector, Mr. John ALLISON, to Grace, only daughter of Captain John JOHNSTONE; and on Saturday last, Captain James WARWICK, to Miss Mary DAVIES.

At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Friday week, Mr. Jonathan CASS, Eaglesfield, to Miss Hannah DENNY, Cockermouth; and on Saturday, Mr. Joseph DIXON, farmer, to Miss Elizabeth IRELAND, both of Wythop.

At Torpenhow, on Saturday week, by the Rev. J. THEXTON, B.A., Mr. M'DONALD, to Miss CHARTERS.

At Manchester, on Thursday week, Mr. Joseph BARNES, leather merchant, son of Joseph BARNES, Esq., of Great Salkeld, to Miss Ann STEPHENSON, niece of Mr. STEPHENSON, the engineer.

At St. George's, Hanover-square, London, B. D'ISRAELI, Esq., M.P., of Brodenham, Bucks, to Mrs. Wyndham LEWIS, of Grosvenor-gate, and Pantgwynlais, Glamorganshire.

We understand (says the Hereford Journal) a singular wedding took place at Bodenham, in this county, during the late deep floods. Arrangements had been made by a worthy couple to get married; the day was fixed and everything ready, when unfortunately the river Lug overflowed, and the spot where the church stood was deeply inundated on the very morning the happy ceremony was to take place. Determined, however, not to be disappointed, a cart was hired, which conveyed the party to the doors of the church, where they found the water was very deep inside; they, however, procured benches, upon which they stood whilst the clergyman tied the nuptial knot in waterproof boots!




In St. Cuthbert's Lane, since our last, William MOFFAT, aged 66 years. 

In St. Mary's Workhouse, Jane BELL, aged 63 years. 

In Broadguards, Adam LITTLE, aged 45 years. 

In Liverpool, on Sunday, the 1st instant, Mr. John AINSLEY, formerly of this city, aged 84 years. 

At Itonfield, on the 30th July, Mr. John ROBINSON, surgeon, aged 61 years. He was a man universally respected; and his loss will be long felt by the poor of his neighbourhood

At Talkin Head, in the parish of Hayton, on the 23rd ult., Mr. John RUTHERFORD, aged 80 years. 

At Brampton, on the 31st ult., Mary PARKER, aged 42 years; same day, Elizabeth HETHERINGTON, aged 58 years; also, on the 1st inst., Miss Jane HEWART, aged 72 years. 

At Wigton, on Saturday last, Elizabeth PARK, aged 42 years; on Sunday, George, son of the late Mr. George BROWN, aged 21 years. 

At Lazonby, Mr. Joseph BELL, in his 83rd year, highly and deservedly respected. 

At Penrith, on the 2nd instant, Miss Elizabeth TINKLER, aged 75 years; same day, Margaret, daughter of James STEWART, potter, aged 16 years. 

At Kirkby Thore, Mrs. Ann BROWN, aged 44 years; and on the day following, Ann, her daughter, aged 11 years-both interred in one grave. 

At Harbour Flat, near Appleby, on the 3rd instant, Jane, the wife of Mr. John HARDY, aged 34 years. 

At Cockermouth, on the 30th ult., Mr. John ISMAY, constable, aged 62 years; same day, Mrs. Elizabeth SMITH, aged 82 years. 

At Dublin, lately, Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. George WHITTAKER, formerly of Broughton, near Cockermouth, in this county, in the 14th year of her age. 

At Maryport, on the 30th ult., at an advanced age, Mrs. NICHOLSON, relict of the Rev. Henry NICHOLSON, formerly rector of Moresby. Exemplary in all the relations of life, the deceased has left amongst her sorrowing relatives and friends a void which cannot easily be filled. 

At Workington, on Sunday last, Mr.William NORMAN, slater, aged 70 years. 

At Cockermouth, on Saturday week, Mr. Robert STUBBS, aged 26 years. 

At Keswick, on Wednesday week, aged 77 years, after a very long illness, Mr. Thomas BELL, formerly, and for many years head ostler at the Queen's Head Inn. The deceased was highly respected in his situation, as an obliging and faithful servant. 

At Castlerigg, near Keswick, on Friday week, awfully sudden, Mr. Joseph DIXON, aged 53 years. 

At Kirkland, near Bothel, on the 21st ult., Mrs. LANCASTER, a maiden lady, aged 73 years. 

At Retreat, near Whitehaven, on Saturday last, Mr. James RICHARDSON, in the 85th year of his age. 

At the work-house, Whitehaven, Mrs. Jane GRINDALL, matron of that establishment, aged 53 years; in Bardy Lane, William, son of Mr. Francis GIBSON, aged 17 years; at Mount Pleasant, Jacob, son of Mr. William LORTON, of that place.