Saturday 25 May 1839   (p. 3, col. 8)
At St. Mary's, on the 18th instant, Mr. William JACKSON, of the parish of Hesket, to Miss Sarah BIRBECK, of the chapelry of Wreay.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. George EUSTON, to Miss Martha MESSENGER.
At Penrith,on the 18th instant, Mr. BATES, to Miss Elizabeth AIREY; 21st, Mr. Thomas MATTRASS [sic – NATTRASS according to FreeBMD], to Miss Isabella THOMPSON; same day, Mr. Henry WINDER, to Miss Jane TODHUNTER.
At Crossthwaite Church, on the 16th instant, by the Rev. A. Bath POWER, Count Boris OSSALINSKY, of Chesnut Hill, Keswick, to Mary, grand-daughter of William JACKSON, of Armboth, Esquire.
At Cockermouth, by the Rev. E. FAWCETT, A.M., on Saturday last, the 18th instant, Mr. Robert GLAISTER, cabinet-maker, Whitehaven, to Miss DUNGLISON, Cockermouth; and on Monday, rhe [sic] 20th instant, Mr. Bell OLIPHANT, blacksmith, to Miss Alice PEARSON.
At the Register Office, Cockermouth, on Tuesday, the 21st instant, Mr. Joseph CROZIER, late of Branthwaite Hall, to Miss Sarah WILKINSON, of Cockermouth; also same day, Mr. John THOMPSON, Wood in Whinfell, to Miss Mary RICHARDSON, of Drumburgh.
At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. John LACE, to Miss Ann QUIRK; and Mr. J. WILSON, stone mason, to Miss C. WARD.
At Egremont, on Monday, by the Rev. W. H. LEECH, rector, Mr. Joseph PORTER, to Miss Hannah MARSHALL, both of How Bank, near Egremont.
In Dublin, on Saturday last, Captain Robert SMITH, of Cockermouth, to Miss ELLICE, of the former place.
At Appleby, on the 20th instant, Mr. John EWBANK, shoemaker, to Miss Betty SAYER.
At Warcop, near Appleby, on the 20th instant, Mr. James LAMBERT, of Gainford, to Miss Francis WILSON, of Burtergill; 23rd inst., Mr. James CROSBY, of Kirkby Thore, to Miss Ann WINSKILL, of Burton.
By Special licence, at Kirk Christ, Lezayre, on Wednesday, the 15th inst., by the Rev. Henry MADDRELL, Frank MATTHEWS, Esq., of Douglas, Isle of Man, to Emily Eunice, eldest daughter of Thomas Arthur CORLETT, Esq., Vicar General. The happy couple set off for Scotland the same evening, amid the good wishes and congratulations of their friends and relations.
 Saturday 25 May 1839   (p. 3, col. 8)
At his son's house, Old Grapes Lane, on Sunday last, Mr. Thomas SCOTT, one of the Society of Friends, aged 88 years.
In London Road, on the 21st instant, James Young Sutherland BREMNER, aged 24 years.
At Penrith, on the 20th instant, Ann, wife of John NEWER, sen., Esq., aged 68 years.
At Annan, James CALVERT, pork-curer, Butts Street, much regretted, and leaving a widow and young family in circumstances of deep distress.
At Alston, on Sunday, the 12th inst., Mrs. Isabella THOMPSON, relict of Mr. John THOMPSON, chemist and druggist, after a short illness; much and deservedly esteemed by a large circle of friends.
At Pardshaw, in the parish of Dean, on Thursday, the 16th instant, John ROBINSON, one of the Society of Friends, aged 39 years.
At Keswick, on the 12th instant, Mr. Miles WILSON, formerly of the Low Door Inn, Borrowdale, aged 63 years; same place, on the 14th, Margaret, widow of the late Mr. William DOWNEY, carpet weaver, aged 63 years.
At Ann's Hill, near Cockermouth, on the 17th instant, aged 36, much lamented, Jane Hephzibah, the beloved wife of Wm. SLACK, Esq., and daughter of the Rev. H. A. HERVEY, vicar of Bridekirk.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. J. LAMPSON, aged 62 years.
On Thursday afternoon last, at his lodgings, Windsor View, Liverpool, in consequence of a fall from his gig, in the 67th year of his age, Captain James HARDING, R.N., of Workington.
At St. Jago de Cuba, on board the Cockermouth Castle, on the 15th March, William, eldest son of Mr. William WEAR, officer of Excise, Workington, aged 17 years, a youth of an amiable disposition and promising talents.
On Tuesday morning week, suddenly, whilst on his passage from Dunleary for Harrington, on board the Swift, LEONARD, Mr. Robert METCALF, mariner, aged 48 years.
At Whitehaven, in the infirmary, aged 60, Mr. Henry WOOD, who a fortnight ago was seriously injured by a horse at Sandwith. At Ginns, Frances, wife of Mr. Henry RAY; in Banks Lane, Mary Ann, wife of Mr. Hugh GILMORE, ship carpenter, in her 38th year; and in Carter Lane, Mrs. Ann MOUNSEY, aged 49 years.
At Bolton, Lancashire, on the 15th instant, Mr. William FORSTER, of Gargrave, Yorkshire, cattle dealer, in the prime of life; much and deservedly respected.
Cardinal FESCH died at Rome, on the 13th instant, at five o'clock in the morning. "Cardinal FESCH," observes the Debats, "the maternal uncle of Napoleon, Archbishop of Lyons, was born at Ajaccio, in Corsica, on the 3d of January, 1763, he was accordingly in his 76th year. Pius VII. raised him to the rank of Cardinal in 1803." He died immensely rich, and possessed of one of the finest cabinets of pictures in the world.