Saturday 21 Aug 1841   (p. 3, col. 7)



On the 19th instant, at Hayton Parsonage, the wife of the Rev. George TOPPIN, of a daughter.



At Dalston Church, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Walter FLETCHER, Mr. ATKINSON, tanner, Carlisle, to Miss STRONG, of Green Lane, in the Parish of Dalston.

At Gretna, on the 15th instant, Mr. John DIXON, cooper, Newtown, to Miss Margaret GILL, Bread-street.

At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mr. Alexander Mc KAY, calico printer, Carlisle, to Miss Elizabeth REED, Wigton.

At Bromfield Church, on Saturday, the 31st of July, Mr. John CARRICK, only son of Mr. Joseph CARRICK, of Wheyrigg, to Miss Jane CROSTHWAITE, of Beck.

At Alston, on the 15th instant, Mr. John SPARK, to Miss Mary DAWSON, both of Alston.

At Selling, Kent, on the 12th instant, by the Rev. Henry HILTON, M.A., Vicar of Leysdown Sheppy, Thomas Sydenham CLARKE, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, barrister at law, youngest son of Lieutenant General CLARKE, Madras Artillery, to Julia, second daughter of Henry HILTON, Esq., of Isle-street House, near Faversham.

At Sunderland, at his residence in the High Street, on the 1st instant, Jacob JOSEPH, Esq., an highly-respected Israelite, to Miss Elizabeth SAMUEL, of Rotterdam. This marriage was solemnized according to the rights and ceremonies of the Jews. The bride was led into the room close veiled, elegantly dressed, supported by her mother and a female friend, and led round the bridegroom under a canopy, thrice, when the marriage service commenced, and was closed by the bridegroom putting on the bride's finger a ring, when he declared that he took her to be his wife according to the custom of the children of Israel, and also put in her hand the marriage contract written in Hebrew, and signed; after which the bridegroom drank a little wine out of a glass, and when the bride had also partaken, he dashed the glass to the floor with great force, and stamped with his feet on the fragments. We are assured by some that were not only present, but who understand the Hebrew language, and their antiquities and customs, that the service was very impressive and highly interesting. About eighty persons were present, both Jews and Gentiles, all of whom sat down to dinner at the close of the ceremouy. The graces were chanted in Hebrew, and afterwards the seven blessings. Every attention was given to such of the Gentiles as were present.



In this city, since our last Mr. Thomas SMITH, aged 62 years.

At Walby, on the 3rd instant, Mr. Richard BATY, aged 47 years—much respected.

At Brisco, near this city, lately, Mrs. DUFTON, relict of Mr. Richard DUFTON, aged 98 years.

On tbe 17th ult, Mrs. FAULDER, relict of the late Mr. John FAULDER, of Boustead Hill, aged 83 years.

At Mr. Thomas GOODFELLOW's, Florihurst, on Tuesday, the 17th instant, Mrs. Elizabeth ROUTLEDGE, wife of Mr. William ROUTLEDGE, jun., of Oakshaw, aged 25 years.

At Alston, on the 10th instant, Mrs. Eunice LAW, aged 78 years.

At Nenthall, near Alston, on the 12th instant, Mr. William KEENLISIDE, aged 46 years.

At Annatwalls, near Alston, on the 13th instant, Mr. Joseph TODD, aged 45 years.

At Loaninghead, in Garrigill, on the 13th instant, Mrs. Margaret WATSON, aged 87 years.

At Eshgill, in Garrigill, on the 15th instant, Mr. John CURRAH, aged 56 years.

At Cockermouth, on Saturday, the 14th instant, Mr. William SHERLOCK, weaver, aged 69 years.

On the 14th instant, Ann Maria, wife of Mr. John CAPE, of Cateaton Street, and Park Village, East Regent's Park.

At Abbotsford, New South Wales, on the 23rd of March, George Gibson HARKER, Esq., aged 42 years—deeply regretted.