Saturday 25 Jul 1840   (p. 3, col. 6-7)



At St. Mary's, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. John FAWCETT, the Rev. John MAUGHAN, rector of Bewcastle, to Mary, only daughter of Mrs. TWENTYMAN, George-street.

At Sunderland, on the 22nd instant, by the Rev. William MACKEY, Mr. James JOLLIE, formerly one of the proprietors of the Carlisle Journal, to Mary, relict of the late Mr. John COVERDALE, Esq., of Hartlepool, in the county of Durham.

At St. Mary's, on the 21st instant, by the Rev. W. REES, Mr. Jonathan RODDAM, Hotts Cottage, Weardale, Durham, to Miss Margaret HORNSBY, of Fisher-street, in this city.

At Gretna Hall, on Tuesday week. Mr. Joseph BELL, Crosscannonby, to Miss Mary BEATTIE, of Greysouthen.

At Bowness, on the 15th instant, by the Rev. Mr. BROWN, Mr. Thomas SLEDDALL, of Kendal, in the county of Westmorland, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph SEWELL, of this city.

At Battle Hill, near Annan, on Sunday, the 19th instant, Mr. John HOLMES, schoolmaster, Kirkbride, aged 57, to Jane STORY, a blooming widow of 27, after a tedious courtship of two hours.

At Kirkthorpe Church, near Wakefield, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. R. GOODENOUGH, vicar of Whittington, Northumberland, the Rev. Charles Spencer STANHOPE, vicar of Waverham, in Cheshire, to Frederica Mary, second daughter of the late Rev. R. P. GOODENOUGH, Prebendary of Carlisle.

At Aspatria, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. E. SALKELD, A.M., Mr. E. TIFFIN, yeoman, to Miss WILSON, both of Aspatria; on the 11th, Mr. T. ALLISON, Workington, yeoman, to Miss Jane WISE, dress-maker, of Aspatria.

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. John SCOTT, painter, to Miss Elizabeth PORTER, dress maker, both of Keswick.

At Workington, since our last, Mr. John RICHARDSON, shipwright, to Miss Ellen EMMERSON; same place, on Saturday, by the Rev. Joseph HETHERINGTON, Mr. Thomas GLEDSDALE, to Miss Ann PETRE.

At Moresby, on Wednesday week, by the Rev. F. WOODHOUSE, A.M., rector, Mr. Jonathan DREWRY, of Whitehaven, ironmonger and ship chandler, to Ann, daughter of Mr. BRAYTON, of Hunting How, in Moresby.

At St. Nicholas's chapel, Whitehaven, by the Rev. E. WHITE, Mr. John STODDART, veterinary surgeon, of Whitehaven, to Miss Sarah PROBART, late of London.

At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, on Sunday last, Mr. Isaac SMITH, to Miss Sarah Hume M'CREADY; on Monday, Mr. John SCOTT, spirit merchant, Liverpool, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. ROWLINS, of Whitehaven.

On the 17th instant, at Llanbellig, in the county of Carnarvon, by the Rev. Mr. WILLIAMS, curate, Mr. Tim RAILTON, of Manchester, to Eliza, daughter of the late Mr. Richard OWEN, draper, Turf Square, Carnarvon.

Lately, a wholesale family wedding took place at Great Carlton, near Louth. Three sisters, named Sophia, Charlotte, and Jane, daughters of Mr. SMITH, farmer, of that village, were led to the altar, the two former by two brothers, named James and John INGRAM, the last by Mr. T. DAWSON. The three brides are twins, Sophia and Charlotte by the first, and Jane, by a second marriage of their father; and the bridegrooms are all three from the village of Tetford. Sixteen couples followed them to the church, accompanied by a band of music.




In John Street, Botchergate, on Saturday last, Mr. John HENDERSON, aged 72 years.

In Finkle Street, lately, Peter KENNEDY, aged 27 years.

At Woodhead, on the Manchester and Sheffield Railway, on the 11th instant, Mr. James BROWN, for many years joiner foreman with Messrs. NIXON and DENTON, of this city.

At Smithwick, near Birmingham, lately, Sarah, wife of Mr. John ARMSTRONG, formerly of the Bush, Abbey Lanercost, aged 46 years.

In the Workhouse, Wigton, on Wednesday last, Sarah TODD, aged 44 years.

At Penrith, on the 19th instant, of Typhus Fever, Mr. Simpson CRUMPS, carter, aged 38 years; 22nd, Mr. John VARTY, aged 52 years; same day, Mr. Thomas BULMAN, aged 76 years; same day, Mr. Andrew ROXBURGH, for many years a highly respectable tinman and brazier, aged 63 years.

At Kirkbride, on the 7th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John HOLMES, schoolmaster, aged 49 years—much respected.

On the evening of Monday week, whilst travelling with a friend in a gig, in the neighbourhood of Holm Rook, Edward THOMPSON, Esq., surgeon, of Whitehaven, in the 46th year of his age.

At Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mr. Daniel PRESTON, jun., aged 20 years; on Monday week, Mrs. Caroline DIXON, widow, aged 87 years; on Friday week, Mr. Thomas THOMPSON, aged 73 years.

At Moor Row, on the 16th instant, Thomas HILTON, aged 22 years.

At Stainburn Hall, near Workington, on Thursday week, Hannah, wife of Mr. Anthony DALZELL, of that place, in the prime of life.

At Workington, since our last, Mary, wife of Mr. Henry CARR, aged 59 years.

At Quebec, on the 24th ult., after a short indisposition, Captain George SEWELL, of the brig Constitution, of Whitehaven, aged 34 years, son of Mr. George SEWELL, late tide surveyor, Harrington.

At Netherwasdale, on Sunday last, Mr. John JACKSON, advanced in years.

At Morland, Mr. Robert SANDERSON, advanced in years; and same place, Miss Eleanor BIRD, aged 71 years.

At Lowther Village, lately, advanced in years, Mrs. Margaret RIGG, schoolmistress, relict of Mr. George RIGG, excise officer.

At Brough, on Thursday week, in the prime of life, Mr. G. HILTON, miller and butter dealer.

At Coplawhill, near Glasgow, Mrs. Gavin IRVING, late of Annan, aged 77 years, and mother of the late Rev. Edward IRVING.

At Woodside, near Liverpool, after a few hours' illness, on the 8th inst., Mrs. THOMPSON, relict of the celebrated Rev. Andrew THOMSON, D.D., minister of St. George's Church, Edinburgh.

At Norfolk Island, on the 13th February last, drowned by the upsetting of a boat, the Hon. John Charles BEST, Captain of her Majesty's 50th regiment, and youngest son of the Right Hon. Lord Wynford.

On Sunday week, at Courtown Castle, the seat of his brother, the Earl of Courtown, the Hon. Colonel STOPFORD. Colonel STOPFORD was the second surviving son of the late Earl of Courtown, and cousin of the Duke of Buccleugh, the Marquis of Lothian.