Saturday 06 Mar 1841   (p. 3, col. 7)



At St. Mary's Church, in this city, on Saturday, the 27th ult., Mr. David IVISON, to Miss Isabella M'MINNISS; on Sunday, the 28th, Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, to Miss Mary Ann BARTLEY; on Monday, the 1st of March, Mr. George GRAHAM, to Miss Mary THOMLINSON; and on Tuesday, the 2nd, Mr. Robert MEDCALF, to Miss Mary NIXSON.

Ar the Presbyterian Chapel, Lowther Street, in communion with the Established Church of Scotland, on Saturday last, by the Rev. John PARK, Mr. William Henry MARSGALL, to Miss DAVIDSON, both of Union Street, in this city.

At Alston, on Thursday last, the 4th instant, Mr. Robert NICHOLSON, of Hudgill Rigg, to Miss Frances STEPHENSON, of Wellgill Dyke Head; and on the same day, Mr. Joseph HIND, of Alston, to Miss Susan ARMSTRONG, of Fairhill.

At Cockermouth, on Friday, the 26th ult., Mr. William JOHNSTON, of Brackenthwaite, to Mrs. Elizabeth FISHER, of Cockermouth.

At Harrington, on Monday, the 22nd ult., Mr. Thomas IRVINE, miner, to Miss Amelia JACKSON, both of Harrington.

At St. Bees, on Tuesday, the 23rd ult., Mr. Henry HARTLEY, tailor, of Beckermont, to Miss Jane SSTEEL, of Middletown.

At Whitehaven, on the 23rd ult., Mr. William MATTHEWS, to Miss Ann CLARKE.


On Sunday morning last, of consumption, at the residence of her Brother, in St. Nicholas Place, in the 28th year of her age, Mary RAWSON, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John RAWSON of Birmingham.

In Peascod's Lane, English Street, on Sunday, the 28th ult., Jean, wife of Mr. James HUNTER, guard on the Newcastle and Carlisle Mail, aged 61 years. For nearly six years she endured a very severe and distressing illness with much patience and christian fortitude. Possessed of a most amiable disposition, she was not only esteemed and beloved by her affectionate relatives and friends, who deeply lament her decease, but respected by all with whom she was acquainted.

In Henry Street, on Thursday morning, Jane, second daughter of the late Mr. John SCARROW, formerly spirit merchant in this city, aged 21 years; much respected.

In Castle Street, Mrs. Mary Ann LITTLE, aged 52 years.

In the Irish Damside, Mr. John HUTTON, aged 71 years.

In Drovers' Lane, Mr. James CARRUTHERS, aged 19 years.

In Union Street, on Saturday, the 27th ult., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. William CARR, aged 47 years.

At Upperby, near this city, on Saturday last, the 27th ult., Mr. William UNDERWOOD, aged 46 years.

At Longtown, on Tuesday, the 2nd instant, Mrs. EDGAR, widow of the late Mr. John EDGAR, who was drowned a few years since in the river Petteril.

At Kinkey Hill, in the parish of Bewcastle, in this county, on the 28th ult., Mr. Joseph HENDERSON, aged 81 years; much respected.

At Brampton, on the 3rd ult., Mary, wife of Mr. James PORTEUS, cooper, aged 31 years.

At Wigton, on Thursday, the 25th ult., Mr. Robert WILSON, aged 46 years.

At the Union Workhouse, Wigton, on Wednesday, the 24th ult., Robert WILSON, aged four years; and at the same place, on the 26th, James VARLEY, aged 43 years.

At Penrith, on Thursday last, Mrs. Dorothy BIRD, widow of the late Mr. Isaac BIRD, aged 79 years.

At Ullock, near Keswick, on Sunday, the 21st ult., John, eldest son of Mr. Thomas TICKLE, aged 10 years.

At High, Setmurthey, on Wednesday, the 24th ult., Sarah, the infant daughter of T. A. HOSKINS, Esq.

At Maryport, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Isabella FLETCHER, aged 73 years.

At Deanscales, near Cockermouth, Mrs. Mary BURNYEAT, late of the George the Fourth Inn, Egremont, aged 53 years.

At the Brow Top, Workington, very suddenly, Mr. Thomas OSBORNE, aged 65 years.

At Workington, lately, Mrs. Mary PIELE, widow, aged 82 years; Margaret, wife of Mr. William BROWN; and Dinah, daughter of Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, aged 22 years.

At Egremont, on Friday, the 26th ult., Mr. Daniel JACKSON, aged 76 years.

At Hensingham, near Whitehaven, on Friday, the 24th ult., Mr. Elijah ROE, gardener, advanced in years.

At Whitehaven, lately, Mr. William WATSON, aged 79 years; Mr. Thomas JACKSON, of the Wheat Sheaf Inn, aged 34 years; and Mr. Thomas PERRY, aged 82 years.

DEATH OF THE COUNTESS OF SHELBURNE.—We regret to have to state that the family of the Marquess of Lansdowne has again been plunged into the deepest grief and affliction, by the death of the Countess of Shelburne, which took place at Wilton House, on Sunday last. Her Ladyship was the fifth daughter of the late Earl of Pembroke, and was married in August last. She was in her 24th year.

DEATH OF THE EARL OF ROSSE.—We regret to announce the death of the Earl of Rosse, which took place on Wednesday evening week, at his Lordship's residence in Brunswick Square.