At St. Cuthbert's Church, in this city, on Tuesday last, Mr. Charles ARMSTRONG, of Green Croft, Durham, to Hannah, second daughter of Mr. R. LAMB, tanner, of this city; Mr. Robert ARMSTRONG, to Miss Elizabeth RIDLEY.
At Thursby, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. HUNTLEY, Mr. TWEDDLE, surgeon, Dalston, to Miss JEFFERSON, of Howend, near Thursby.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. John BARNES, eldest son of Mr. W. BARNES, of Crookdake Mill, to Miss Mary SPARK, youngest daughter of Mr. H. SPARK, of Blaithwaite; on Monday, Mr. Jos. Porthouse RICKERBY, to Miss Mary Ann YEOMANS.
At Penrith, on Saturday last, Mr. Matthew WILSON, to Mrs. Ann CALVIN.
At Bloomfield, near Annan, on the 3d inst., Mr. G. M. CREIGHTON, merchant, Annan, to Nancy, daughter of Mr. CARRUTHERS, of Bloomfield.
At Lamley Church, on Sunday week, by the Rev. Mr. BEWSHER, Thomas LANGHORNE, Esq., to Anne, only daughter of Harry GILL, Esq., of Williamstone.
At Crosscannonby, on Saturday week, Mr. WHITE, to Miss BOWELL, daughter of Mr. BOWELL, of the Golden Lion Inn, both of Maryport.
At Workington, on the 6th inst., Mr. John RICHARDSON, mariner, to Miss Esther BARNES.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Robert GALE, mariner, to Miss Isabella VARIE; on Sunday last, Mr. George TODCASTLE of Cockermouth, shoemaker, to Miss Margaret COULTHARD, of Whitehaven.
At St. Bees, on the 5th inst., Mr. Wm. LORRISON, to Mrs. Mary CARR, both of New Houses; on Saturday last, Mr. T. Holiday, of Demesnes, to Miss Jane Messenger, of Sandwith.

Here, on Sunday last, Jane, second daughter of Mr. Wm. THRELKELD, whitesmith, aged 40.
On Wednesday morning last, in Botchergate, after an illness of nearly six months' duration, which was borne with great fortitude, Richard M'KEE, bookbinder, aged 19.
Yesterday morning, Mr. Thomas FISHER, English Street, aged 80.
On Saturday last, Mr. John BEWLEY, Court Square, aged 74; on Monday, George KIRKUP, Water Lane, 16.
At Willow Holme, near this city, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. DONALD, jun., aged 52.
At Briscoe, on Monday last, Mr. George WRIGHT, farmer, in the prime of life.
At her brother's house at High Knells, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Arabella NIXON, late of Rockliffe, aged 81. Her kind disposition endeared her to a numerous and respectable circle of acqaintance, and even at this advanced age her death will be universally lamented by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.
At Wigton, on Monday week, Mrs. Mary HEWITSON, aged 67; on Saturday last, Mrs. Mary CARLISLE, aged 65; on Sunday, Mrs. Martha LATTIMER, aged 53.
At Mirehouse, Abbey Holme, on the 23rd of May, Mr. William GRAHAM, aged 78.
At Penrith, on Thursday week, Mr. John RAWSON, aged 68, who, in the possession of robust health, fell a victim to a sudden attack of the Influenza. The deceased was for many years a jeweller and watchmaker in Penrith; and having, from a small beginning, by steady perseverance and with an unsullied reputation, attained the great object of his life, an independent competence, he some years ago retired from business, to enjoy, in leisure, that happiness which his many virtues so eminently entitled him to. But, alas! he was too soon fated to experience the uncertainty of life. Ardent, constant, and sincere, he had many friends; and his social virtues had endeared him to a numerous circle of acquaintance, by whom he will be much regretted.
At Penrith, on Saturday last, Mrs. Elizabeth GILL, widow, 82; on Monday, Mrs. Catherine WILKINSON, widow, 91; on Wednesday, Jane, wife of Mr. John BROWN, blacksmith, 38; Ruth, wife of Mr. Richard ARMSTRONG, grocer, 66.
In London, on Monday last, Mr. D. D. BIRBECK, son of the late Mr. BIRBECK, of Penrith.
At Norton, near Stockton-upon-Tees, on the 30th ult., William, the only son of Mr. Wm. JAMESON, malt maker, late of Penrith; much respected.
At Skelton, on Tuesday last, Jane, wife of Mr. William NICHOLSON, aged 62.
At Aikton, on the 4th inst., Mr. Isaac STODDART, blacksmith, aged 66; much lamented by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.
At Keswick, on Tuesday last, Mr. Joseph PEARSON, joiner, fourth son of the late Mr. Robert PEARSON, cooper, of that town, aged 23.
At Acron House, Keswick, on Saturday last, Sarah, eldest daughter of the late Mr. John MAYSON, woollen manufacturer, Keswick, aged 19.
At Maryport, a few days ago, Mrs. Ann HODGSON, widow, one of the Society of Friends, aged 75.
At Ponsonby Old Hall, in the parish of Ponsonby, on Sunday evening last, Mr. John STURGEON, aged 74.
At Workington, on the 6th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth NORMAN, aged 72.
At Gruel Dykes, near Dunse, in Berwickshire, on the 27th ult., Mr. John BERTRAM, recently officer for the fisheries of Whitehaven & the neighbouring ports.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. HEAD, aged 66; Mr. Anthony PATRICKSON, aged 27; Mrs. Jane SOWERBY, aged 66; Mr. John CHARLTON, aged 79.
At Toxteth Park, Liverpool, on the 3rd inst., Mrs. Eliz. SWINBURN, a maiden lady, formerly of Whitehaven, aged 82.
At Halifax, in America, on the 4th of May last, on board the barque James, of Liverpool, Mr. Michael SAUNDERS, formerly of Whitehaven.
At Lowkrigg, near St. Bees, on Tuesday week, Mr. Isaac JACKSON, aged 26.
On Tuesday night, the 4th inst., at his house in Dover Street, London, Peter Lord KING. His Lordship was Baron of Ockham, and succeeded to the title on the death of his father in 1793; and married, in 1804, Hester, daughter of Hugh, Earl FORTESCUE, by Hester, sister to George, Marquis of Buckingham. His Lordship was in the 58th year of his age, and is suceeded in his title and estates by his eldest son, Peter, (now Lord KING) who attained his majority in January last. His Lordship has also left several daughters. The founder of the family, Peter, the first Lord, was son of Jerome KING, a gentleman of good family, in the county of Somerset, by a sister of the great John LOCKE. He was appointed Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 1714, and was constituted Lord Chancellor 1725. His four sons, John, Peter, William, and Thomas, successively inherited the title, the last was grandfather of the late Peer.— The present Baron is now officiating as Secretary to Lord NUGENT, Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands; but the demise of his father will cause his speedy return to this country. The late Lord's younger son, the Hon. Peter John Locke KING, has lately taken his degree at one of the Universities.— [The late Nobleman was a most valuable member of the Legislature, both as an economist and an independent man. He would have done honour to the other House.]