At St. Mary's, in this city, on Tuesday last, Mr. John JOHNSTON, to Miss Ann GRAHAM.
At St. Cuthbert's, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas SEWELL, to Miss Margt. FULTON.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Tuesday week, Mr. John ROBINSON, head clerk for Messrs. T. BANKS & Co., Greta Mill, to Miss Ellen LANGHORNE, dress maker; Mr. Thomas FLEMING, to Miss Rebecca THOMPSON, all of Keswick; Mr. John STAMPER, to Miss Mary STAMPER, both of Underskiddaw, near Keswick.
At Crosscannonby, on the 29th ult., Mr. J. CARTY, butcher, to Mrs. Isabella HULL, both of Maryport.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Benjamin GILLBANK, mason, to Miss Mary KILLINDER; Mr. James TEASDALE, sawyer, to Miss Jane COORY; Mr. Jonah GIBSON, weaver, to Miss Isabella BAINBRIDGE; Mr. Thomas KEENEN, miner, to Miss C. M'GOUGHAN.
At Ravenstonedale, on Tuesday sennight, Mr. Richard BANKS, to Miss Margt. POTTER.
Here, on Tuesday week, Mr. Thomas KINGHORNE, Crosby Street, aged 52.
At Liverpool, on Thursday last, after a long and severe affliction, borne with great patience, Mrs. E. CARLYLE, wife of Mr. T. CARLYLE, artist, formerly of this city.
At Stonehouse, on Tuesday morning last, Mrs. GRAHAM, aged 77.
At Buckabank, near Dalston, on the 27th ult., Edward, the youngest son and last of the male issue and family name of Stephen RAILTON, Esq., deceased, of Unthank, aged 50.
At St. John's Wood, near London, on the 24th ult., Agnes, wife of Andrew HAMILTON, Esq., and daughter of the late Rowland FAWCETT, Esq., of Scaleby Castle.
At Longtown, on the 2nd inst., Robert Mc.ADAM, Esq., surgeon, aged 70—a man who, with first-rate professional abilities, possessed a kindness of heart and purity of religious principle seldom equalled; and whilst his memory will long be revered by all classes, the poor, to whom he was ever a kind and cheerful friend, and to many of whom he devoted much of his time without hope of fee or reward, will long sincerely mourn his death. Another correspondent adds the following:—He was the medical attendant of the Netherby family, and had practised for the period of 45 years in Longtown. His remains were interred, by desire of the Rev. W. GRAHAM, near to the spot of ground which it is generally believed that gentleman has selected for his own remains, (in preference to the inside of the church) in Arthuret church yard.— As a man of limited means his assiduity and philanthropy has been seldom equalled, and never excelled, by any of the faculty. As a proof of the respect in which the deceased was held in the neighbourhood, a few years ago the farmers of Kirkandrews and Arthuret presented him with a handsome silver snuff box, on which was sketched the pony on which he rode, with an appropriate inscription. His corpse was followed to the grave by a large and respectable part of the neighbourhood, the crowded streets bearing ample testimony to the sorrow with which they viewed his final departure from among them.
At Malsgate, on Monday last, aged 64, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. G. LITTLE, eminently distinguished for christian piety, and deeply and deservedly regretted by a numerous circle of friends.
At Troughfoot, parish of Hesket, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Betty KIRKBRIDE, aged 65—deservedly respected; on the 9th, Mary KIRKBRIDE, grand-daughter of the above, aged 9.
At Penrith, on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. NANSON, High Constable of Leath Ward, aged 65.
At Annan, on the 2nd curt., Isabella SCOTT, of the Lodge, widow of the late James Amos SCOTT, Esq., surgeon, R. N.
At Glasgow, on Tuesday last, Isabella, eldest daughter of the late Richard Musgrave LOWRY, Esq., formerly of this county.
At Plumbland, near Aspatria, on the 28th ult., Capt. Joseph WILKINSON, of the Cumberland Militia, at an advanced age.
At Unerigg, on the 29th ult., Mr. Joseph JOHNSON, spirit merchant at Allonby, in the prime of life; much lamented.
At Keswick, on the 25th ult., Grace, the wife of Mr. James GRAVE, shoemaker, aged 52.
At Coledale, near Keswick, on the 30th ult., Mary, the wife of Mr. John GRAVE, aged 65.
At Maryport, on Sunday last, Mary, the wife of Mr. Thomas CULLY, advanced in life.
At Workington, on Monday last, Mr. Abraham BLACKBURN, aged 30.
At Saltcoats, near Ravenglass, on Tuesday week, Ann, second daughter of the late Mr. John BROWNRIGG, yeoman, aged 35.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr. James WALLACE, check and linen dealer, aged 28; Mrs. Jane BRAGG, aged 93; Mrs. Elizabeth ROBINSON, widow, aged 67; Mrs. Sarah GRAHAM, 75.
At Malta, on the 19th ult., after a few days' illness, aged 57, the Hon. Vice-Admiral, Sir Henry HOTHAM, K.C.B., K.S.M., and S.G., Commander-in-Chief of his Majesty's Ships in the Mediterranean.