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At St. Mary's Church, Carlisle, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas SPENCE to Miss Elizabeth BELL.
At St. James's, Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. Matthew HARRISON, of Liverpool, to Eleanor Ann, eldest daughter of the late Mr. J. WATSON, Whitehaven. At Trinity Chapel, Mr. Wm. WALKER, to Miss Mary NEWBY. Captain KIRK to Miss BROWN.
At Moresby, near Whitehaven, on the 28th ult., Mr. John STOREY, of the Bugle Horn Inn, Parton, to Miss Catherine HARRISON.
At Harrington, on Thursday, Mr. Wm. CONN, mariner, to Miss JOHNSTON, both of Harrington.
At Lamplugh, on Thursday, Mr. Jonathan BROUGH, of Laverick Hall, Ennerdale, to Miss Rebecca JACKSON, of Hunterhow, Lamplugh.
At Langdale, on Monday week, Mr. Adam FLEMING, to Miss Eve FLEMING —This is the first marriage celebrated at Langdale Chapel, and it is singular enough that the parties should have been named Adam and Eve.
At Broughton-in-Furness, on Thursday, Mr. Anthony TYSON, butcher, to Mrs. ELLWOOD, of the Old Kings Head Inn, Broughton.
At Crosthwaite Church, on Saturday, Mr. John WALKER, to Miss Mary BRISTOE, both of Legberthwaite.
At Clevedon, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. J. NASH, Doctor Trevor MORRIS, of Chepstow, to Ellen, third daughter of Major LEATHART, Sea Vale House, Clevedon, Somersetshire.

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At Warwick Bridge, on Wednesday the 3d instant, after a short and severe illness, Mary, the daughter of Peter DIXON, Esq., aged 8 years.
Since our last, Mrs. Jane EDGER, of Johnson's Square, Caldewgate, aged 89 years.
At Newby, Mr. Robert TOMLINSON, aged 22 years.
At his brother's house at Newlands, on Saturday last, Mr. James SEWELL, aged 66 years.
At Brisco, near Carlisle, on the 26th ultimo, Mrs. Margt. SCOTT, aged 60—much and deservedly respected.
At Greystoke, of puerperal fever, on Wednesday the 3rd inst., Mary, the wife of John BARKER, aged 26. She possessed all the attributes of female excellence, and was esteemed and belowed [sic] by all who knew her.
In London, a few days since, after a lingering illness, Ann, wife of Mr. John HESLOP, printer, formerly of Carlisle.
At Whitehaven—Mrs. Elizabeth BLACK, widow of the late Captain Robert BLACK, of the brig Atlas, of Whitehaven, aged 68. In Marlborough-street, Mary, wife of Mr. James WILDMAN, anchor-smith, aged 30. In the poor-house, Mr. Isaac JEFFERSON, aged 69. Mrs. Christian CONNELL, aged 90.
At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Christian ATKINSON, widow, aged 76; after a short illness, aged 56, Mrs. SWINBURN, relict of the late W. SWINBURN, Esq.
At Dovenby, on the 28th ult., John, eldest son of Mr. Peter WILSON, aged 37— much lamented.
At Goat, near Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas STRETCH, hat manufacturer, aged 52.
At Keswick, on Tuesday last, Esther, youngest daughter of Mr. Joseph BANKS, boot maker, aged 27.
At Castle Rigg, near Keswick, on Tuesday, Mrs. Mary DIXON, widow, aged 87; at Portinscale, awfully sudden, Mr. John KNUBLEY, innkeeper, aged 47. He was found dead in a field at the foot of Derwent Lake.
At Ulverston, on Saturday last, Mr. James PRATT, formerly innkeeper in that town, aged 56.
At Kendal, on Monday, John RIGGE, Esq. aged 65.
At Cowes, on the 28th ult., the Right Hon. Mary, the Baroness Kirkcudbright, wife of R. DAVIS, Esq.
We have to announce the death of Major General Sir John DALRYMPLE, Bart., which took place at his brother-in-law's residence, Bruntisfield House, Scotland, on Tuesday last.
On Sunday, the 31st of May, at his house in Blanford-square, London, Wm. SMITH, Esq., formerly one of the representatives for the city of Norwich. The integrity of his conduct during forty-six years' service in Parliament, and his consistency in maintaining the principles of civil and religious liberty during a period so trying and eventful, will entitle his name to an honourable place in the list of those who have lived for the benefit of their country and mankind.