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On Sunday morning last, the lady of G. G. MOUNSEY, Esq., of a son.
At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on the 14th inst., Mr. George MARSHALL, to Miss Elizabeth LITTLE.
At St. Cuthbert's Church, in this city, on the 14th inst., Mr Robert ELLIOTT, to Miss Jane MURRAY.
In London, on Sunday last, Mr. James LINTON, of Bath Place, St. Pancras, to Miss Jane SCOTT, late of Carlisle.
At Penrith, on the 14th inst., Mr. Robert TAYLOR, to Miss Ann THORNBORROW.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. John ELLBECK, shoemaker, to Miss Ann ISMAY.
At Workington, on the 8th inst., Mr. John WILSON, mariner, to Miss Jane CRELLINGS; on the 12th, Mr. William MAUGHAM, of Liverpool, officer of Excise, to Miss Catherine PARKIN, of Crosshill, Workington.
On Saturday last, at Egremont, Mr. Joseph LEECH, of Chapel House, near Hensingham, to Miss Isabella MARTIN, Egremont.
At Haydon Bridge, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Mr. RICHMOND, William, son of Mr. Robert LAWSON, of Greenholm Lodge, to Jane, daughter of Mr. John ARMSTRONG, of the former, place.
At Birkenhead, near Liverpool, on the 10th instant, William HALL, Esq., of Bayswater Terrace, London, to Mary Ann, widow of the late Rev. Fearon FALLOWS, Astronomer Royal, at the Cape of Good Hope, and eldest daughter of the Rev. F. A. HERVEY, Vicar of Bridekirk.

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Here, since our last, in St. Cuthbert's Lane, Miss Margaret HUNTER, aged 21; Mrs. Abigail SHEPHERD, Bridge Lane, aged 26; Mr. William RICHARDSON, Bridge-street, aged 35; Christopher BRICE, East Tower-street, aged 44; Miss Ruth SIMPSON, Foot of Lowther-street, aged 15; Miss Elizabeth CLOONEY, Willoughby's Buildings, aged 7.
At Upperby, on the 15th, Mrs. Leah JAMES, aged 67 years.
At Corby Hill, on the 10th inst., Miss Margaret GIBSON, aged 19 years.
At Greenholm, on Wednesday last, Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Isaac BROWN, aged 18.
At Penrith, on the 15th inst., Mr. Wm. MILLER, shoemaker, aged 28.
On the 7th inst., at Goat, near Cockermouth, Mr. Joseph FLETCHER, saddler, late of Cockermouth, aged 34 years.
At Keswick, on Saturday last, Jane, wife of Mr. Henry HOLMES, in the 22d year of her age.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. John CORLETT, mariner, aged 86; Dinah, wife of Mr. Thos. RICHARDSON, waller, aged 61.
At Whitehaven, since our last, aged 49 years, Sarah, widow of the late Mr. Thomas WILLIAMSON, surgeon in the Royal Navy; Mr. John HOWARD, many years land surveyor for the Earl of Lonsdale, aged 38 years; Mary, wife of Mr. Pearson WREN, mariner, aged 45; Mr. Thomas WALKER, blacksmith, aged 59; Mrs. Isabella CRAGG, aged 47; Mr. John LEECH, aged 42; James, son of Mr. James M'DONALD, aged 19 years.
On Thursday last, at St. Bees Light House, aged 56, Agnes, wife of Mr. William HODGSON.
Last week, at Distington, Mr. Joseph STEELE, late of Whitehaven, aged 86 years.
On Thursday last, at Egremont, Mrs. Jane GATES, relict of the late Mr. Thomas GATES, aged 86.
At Richmond, on the 22nd ult., Sarah, relict of the late Captain PRESTON, and mother of the Rev. Wm. M. S. PRESTON, of Warcop Hall, Westmorland.
Lately, Margaret, wife of Mr. Michael WILKINSON, parish clerk of Warcop, advanced in years.
At Emmet Haugh, in the County of Northumberland, on the 30th of November, Mrs. Catherine MURRAY, relict of Mr. Fergus MURRAY, late of Riddings, in this County, advanced in years. She was the mother of thirteen children, grandmother to forty-eight, and great grandmother to nine; and was highly respected through life by all her friends and acquaintances.
At Kirkbythore, near Appleby, on the 12th inst., Mr. William HORN, aged 74 years.
On Friday week, at his country seat, near Liege, after a short illness, Lieut.-General Lord CREWE, Peer of England. His Lordship accompanied Lord MACARTNEY on his celebrated embassy to China.
On the 28th ult., at Lausanne, aged 52, from a dropsy of the chest, the Princess de Montfort, consort of Jerome BONAPARTE, and sister of the reigning King of Wirtemberg. She had quitted Italy, and retired for several months past with her three children to Switzerland. By her fidelity to Prince Jerome during his misfortunes, she drew forth the following eulogy from the Emperor at St. Helena:—"There exists a noble testimony in favour of Jerome, namely, the love with which he has inspired his wife. The conduct of this woman, when, after my fall, her father, that terrible King of Wirtemberg, that despotic and cruel man, sought to cause her to be divorced, was admirable. That Princess has, with her own hands, engraved her name on the tablets of history." Death, within twenty years, has swept away five members of the family of BONAPARTE.