Saturday 18 Jul 1840   (p. 3, col. 6-7)



On the 16th instant, at Broadfield House, the lady of M. G. PARKER, Esq., of a daughter.



At St. Mary's, on the 12th inst., Mr. William FORSTER, to Miss Ann LITTLE; on the 13th, Mr. Charles ROBINSON, to Miss Elizabeth JACKSON; same day, Mr. John SCOTT, to Miss Isabella DAVELIN; 14th, Mr. Thomas MOORE, to Miss Jane RUFFORD.

At Abbey Lanercost, on the 9th instant, Mr. J. WATSON, Primitive Methodist Minister, to Miss BARNFATHER, of the Garth Side.

At Brampton, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. J. TOPPING, Mr. William HARDING, druggist, to Miss Mary Ann RICHARDSON, daughter of Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, of the same place.

At Wigton, on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph BELL, of Hollingrook, near Wigton, to Miss Elizabeth JOHNSTONE, of the same place.

At Haltwhistle, on Wednesday last, Mr. William SCOTT, master of the marine school, Whitehaven, to Mary, only danghter of the late Mr. Robert DOBINSON, of Haltwhistle.

At Cockermouth, on Monday last, Mr. John HAMPSON, hatter, to Miss Isabella ATKINS.

At Harrington, on Monday last, by the Rev. Peter VON ESSEN, rector, Captain Richard CROSTHWAITE, of the brig "Adventure," of Workington, to Miss Margaret LITTLE, both of Harrington.

At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, since our last, by the Rev. Thomas DALTON, Mr. George NUTTER, miner, to Miss Mary Ann M'KEWN; at the same place, Mr. James TAYLOR, labourer, to Miss Mary SHARP.

At St. James's Chapel, Whitehaven, on Sunday last, by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. Richard JOHNSTONE, labourer, to Miss Elizabeth BROWN.

At Liverpool, on Saturday last, at St. Anne's Church, by the Rev. William D. BLUNDELL, Mr. Edward A. GILL, to Susannah, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas JONES, of Whitechapel.

MARRIAGE EXTRAORDINARY.—On Wednesday week, at St. Bride's Church, London, Mr. John MOSSINGTON, aged 76 years, and a prisoner in the Fleet for more than fifteen years, to Miss Ann WEATHERHEAD, aged 62. The lady had travelled thirty-six miles to meet her fair bridegroom, who is, without exception, one of the most astonishing men of his age in this country.—He takes his morning walks round the Fleet prison yard, which he repeats three or four times a day with as much rapidity as a young man could do at the age of 20. The road from Farringdon-street to the church was lined with spectators, who knew of the event, and the church was equally filled to hear the ceremony performed. The courtship first commenced forty-one years ago, and Mr. MOSSINGTON has now fulfilled his promise.




In Castle Street, on Monday last, in his 63rd year, Mr. Wm. BOWMAN,—much respected.

In South George's Street, Botchergate, on Sunday last, Ellen, daughter of Mr. William M'GILL, aged 14 years.

In the House of Recovery, on Monday last, Mr. John LITTLE, late bleacher at Mr. LOSH's print-works, aged 74 years.

In Botchergate, on Wednesday last, Mr. Richard COULTHARD, blacksmith, late of Cumwhinton, aged 51 years.

In Friar's Court, English Street, on Thursday last, James, son of Mr. George LITTLE, shoemaker, aged eight years.

In Union Street, on the 12th instant, Mrs. Agnes HEAD, aged 53 years.

In Union Street, since our last, Miss Jane M'CULLOCK, aged 22 years.

Lately, Edward GILLINS, aged 17 years.

In Botchergate, Ann ATKINSON, aged 75 years.

In Caldcoats, Ann HEWITSON, aged 52 years.

In the Castle, John HANNAH, of the 95th Regiment of Foot, aged 30 years; also, William FINN, of the same Regiment, aged 34 years.

At Newfield-head, on the 3rd inst., Mr. John GRAHAM, aged 73 years.

At Armathwaite, on the 4th instant, Mr. Thomas STUBBS, butler to J. DE WHELPDALE, Esq., of Armathwaite Cottage, in the 65th year of his age.

At Wigton, on the 8th instant, Anne, the wife of Mr. WILLIS, solicitor,—universally lamented and respected.

At Christ's Hospital, Wigton, on the 11th instant, Jane, widow of the late Rev. John REDMAN, vicar of Orton, in the county of Westmorland, aged 66 years.

At Cockermouth, on Wednesday, the 8th inst., Mr. Maxwell PAGE, aged 37 years.

At Hunsonby, in the parish of Addingham, on Tuesday, the 14th instant, aged 14, John, the eldest son of the late Robert and Annice POLLARD. He was regular in his attendance at the Wesleyan Sunday school at Hunsonby, and his knowledge of divine things very remarkable; he was affectionate in his temper and disposition, and his death will be greatly lamented by all who knew him.

At Harrington, on Saturday last, Captain Bobert CRAGG [Robert CRAIG according to FreeBMD], aged 53 years.

At Moor Close, near Harrington, on Sunday week, Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert MILLER, farmer, aged 17 years.

At Workington, lately, Mr. Joseph RELPH, aged 80 years; Susannah, wife of Mr. Thomas SPARKS, aged 64 years.

At Hamilton Terrace, near Whitehaven,on Sunday morning last, Jane, wife of Mr. John BENN, jun., in the 26th year of her age.

At Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mr. William HOLMES, joiner and cabinet maker, aged 56 years; lately, Mr. Hugh THOMPSON, aged 51 years; Ann, daughter of Mr. Simon DIXON, aged 17 years.

At Preston Hows, near Whitehaven, on Friday week, Mary, the wife of Mr. C!ement MOSSOP, late of New Monkwray, aged 65 years.

At Liverpool, on the 6th inst., after a long and tedious illness, Mary, the wife of Mr. P. LYONS, aged 39 years, and eldest daughter of Mr. Isaac THOMPSON, of Hamilton Lane, Whitehaven.

On the 13th June, at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Capt. WILSON, of the brig Belgrave, of Workington, in the prime of life.

Mr. JOY, tbe eminent Queen's Counsel, died of a fit of apoplexy at his villa at Brompton, on Tuesday week.

On Sunday week, at his mansion, in St. James's Square, Lord Arden. His Lordship was brother of the late Lady Redesdale, and the Right Hon. Spencer PERCEVAL. He was Lord Lieutenant of the county of Surrey, and Registrar of the Court of Admiralty.