BIRTHS.
 
On Tuesday week, in Senhouse-street, Whitehaven, Sarah, the wife of Mr. STANFIELD, Primitive Methodist Preacher, of two daughters.
 
At Eaton-place, London, on the 19th inst., the lady of Wm. EWART, Esq., M.P., of a daughter.
 
MARRIED.
 
At Wetheral, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. E. STANGER, Christopher PARKER, Esq., Petteril Green, to Mary, relict of the late R. S. MILBOURNE, Esq., Armathwaite Castle.
 
At the Abbey Church, Lannercost, on Tuesday last, Mr. CROSSWAIT, of Kendal, to Miss Ann MAUGHAN, of the former place.
 
At Hayton, on Saturday last, Mr. John MILBURN, of Flat, to Miss Jane BROWN, of Hayton.
At Workington, on the 19th inst., Mr. Rich. BLAIR, ship-master, to Miss Sarah MOOR.
 
At Whitehaven, on Monday last, Mr. Geo. JOHNSTON, to Miss Isabella GRAHAM.
 
At St. Bees, on Sunday last, Mr. John MEDCALF, to Miss Sarah COOK, both of Ginns; Mr. Daniel JACKSON, of Gosforth, to Miss Eliz. TELFER, of Sandwith.
 
At Kirkby Stephen, on the 17th inst., T. J. BELL, Esq., surgeon of the Hon. East India Company's Madras Establishment, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Thomas MASON, Esq., of the former place.
 
At Appleby, on Wednesday last, Mr. R. RICHARDSON, of Dillicar, near Kendal, to Miss Ann WHITELL, of Hoff Row, near Appleby.
 

DIED.
 
Here, on Friday morning, Janet, wife of the Rev. R. HUNTER, Minister of the Scotch Chapel, Fisher Street, aged 27. Her death, which is deeply regretted, was occasioned by a lingering debility, which she bore with exemplary submission to the Divine will.
 
On Sunday last, Jane LAWRENCE, Ritson's Lane, 39.
 
On Monday last, Mrs. Margt. ASHBRIDGE, St. Cuthbert's Lane, aged 80; Mr. John JOHNSTON, Church Street, aged 44.
 
At Stainton, on Thursday last, after 2 years' illness, Mr. Joseph DALTON, aged 34.
 
At Havannah, on board the Lowther, of Carlisle, on the 6th of March last, of cholera, James Stewart ROME, aged 18, second son of Mr. ROME, land surveyor, Annan. Capt. MURPHY writes that the cholera had broke out again there in a most virulent manner.
 
At Blencogo, on the 14th inst., Mrs. Frances HUDDART, advanced in years.
 
At Kirkbride, on the 16th inst., Mr. John BROWN, blacksmith, aged 61.
 
At Tiffinthwaite, near Wigton, on Sunday last, Mr. John SCOTT, advanced in years.
 
At Barugh, near Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. Thomas BAXTER, yeoman, aged 39; very suddenly.
 
At Kingside Hill, Abbey Holme, on Wednesday last, Mr. Wm. ROPER, aged 56.
 
At Seaville, Abbey Holme, on the 6th inst., Mr. John GASH, aged 80.
 
At Cockermouth, yesterday week, Mrs. BEEBY, relict of the late Mr. Thos. BEEBY, tanner, aged 67; much respected. Her illness was attributed to over-anxiety and exertion, during the illness of a son and daughter, both of whom died within the last few months, a short time previous to which she also lost her youngest son. Since her husband's death, her family, consisting of four sons and two daughters, all grown to maturity, has become extinct, with the exception of one married daughter.
 
At Papcastle, near Cockermouth, on Sunday week, Mrs. BIRKBECK, wife of Joseph BIRKBECK, Esq., advanced in years.
 
At the Town-head, Workington, yesterday week, Mr. John THOMPSON, aged 71. Mr. THOMPSON was of a kind and benevolent disposition, an affectionate husband and father, and an esteemed friend.
 
At Workington, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Mary STEPHENSON, aged 83; on the 21st, Mrs. Eliz. HOPE, 75; Mr. George NICHOLSON, 50.
 
At Whitehaven, on Wednesday week, Mr. BENN, surgeon, aged 30; since our last, Margaret, relict of the late Mr. Benjamin WELLS, sen., dancing master, aged 77; Mr. John MULLINS, aged 28; Mrs. Margt. CURRAN, widow, aged 50.
 
At sea, in January last, Mr. Wallace CARTMEL, aged 19, son of Mr. John CARTMEL, butcher, of Whitehaven, apprentice on board the George Bentinck, M'KINNEY, who was lost overboard that vessel on her passage from Liverpool to Buenos Ayres.
 
At Liverpool, on the 7th inst., Mr. Andrew GLOVER, joiner, aged 46. His death was occasioned by a fall from a scaffold, while working at a new vessel in the building yard of Messrs. STEELE and Co. He was a native of Whitehaven.
 
At Crosby Ravensworth, on Thursday week, Mrs. Sarah FAWCETT, aged 66.
 
At Brough, on Saturday last, Sarah, wife of Mr. Miles BECK, aged 36.
 
At Brasted, Kent, on the 15th inst., aged 76, Wm. WALTON, Esq., Attorney-General of the Duchy of Lancaster, and one of his Majesty's King's Counsel.
 
At his house at Iver, near Uxbridge, yesterday week, Admiral Lord GAMBIER, in the 77th year of his age.
 
On Monday last, Sir C. ROBINSON, the Judge of the Admiralty Court, died at his residence in Wimpole-street, Cavendish-square, London, aged 70.
 
On Wednesday week, Earl Carnarvon, aged 60.