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Saturday 26 Aug 1843   (p. 3, col. 6-7)



At Ramsbottom, Lancashire, on the 20th inst., the wife of Mr. John MITCHELL, late of Carlisle, of a son.



At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 16th inst., Mr. Wm. FISHER, warper, to Miss Rebecca HUNT, both of Botchergate.

At the Superintendant Registrars Office, Carlisle, on the 19th inst., Mr. Robert SANDERSON, Rigg Street, Caldewgate, to Miss Eleanor M'GUIRE, Caldewgate; and on the 20th, inst., Mr. Geo. FRENCH, dyer, Warwick Bridge, to Miss Jane WILKINSON, Trinity Buildings.

At the Catholic Chapel, Carlisle, on the 23rd instant, by the Rev. Joseph CULLEN, Mr. Andrew MURRAY, Queen Street, Caldewgate, to Miss Jane M'MANNS [McMANUS according to FreeBMD], of the same place.

At the Presbyterian Chapel, Lowther Street, in communion with the Church of Scotland, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. John PARK, Mr. Richard BELL, to Miss Elizabeth CAIN, both of Union Street.

At Wigton, on Saturday, the 19th inst., Mr. John LITTLE, of Waverbridge, to Miss Deborah ROBINSON, of Akehead.

At Hayton Church, on the 24th instant, by the Rev. George TOPPIN, the Rev. William FRANKLIN, of Talkin, to Miss HETHERINGTON, of Waygillhill.

At Bowness Church, Windermere, on Monday last, Mr. Jonathan WATSON, Ambleside, to Miss Ann LANCASTER, of the same place.

At Plumbland, on the 23rd ult., by the Rev. James BUSH, Mr. Nathan TORDIFF, yeoman, Bolton, to Miss Nancy SIBSON, second daughter of the late Joseph SIBSON, Esq., Arkleby.

At Bishopwearmouth Church, on the 21st inst., Mr. Edward Hawke ROBINSON, bazaar keeper, Gilsland, to Mrs. Mary BARNES, of Sunderland.

At the Parish Church of St. Lawrence, Appleby, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. J. MILNER, A.M., Mr. Henry RIGG, clogger, to Miss Jane BLAKE, both Appleby.

At Cockermouth, on Friday the 18th inst., Mr. Wm. GRAVE, shoemaker, to Miss Elizabeth CRAGG.

At Bridekirk, by the Rev. Mr. BUNCE, on Tuesday the 22nd, Mr. Michael QUSEK [sic – CUSACK according to FreeBMD], hatter, to Miss Eliza Ann BLOW, both of Papcastle.

At All Saint's, Newcastle, on the 17th instant, by the Rev. George HERRIOTT, Mr. Richard Thomas FLETCHER, surgeon, of Bulman's Villa, Gosforth, to Dorothy Gill, relict of Richard HODGSON, Esq., merchant, Wigton, and daughter of the late Mr. William BELL, of Stanwix, near Carlisle.

At Saint Bees, on Sunday, the 13th inst., Mr. Thomas STEEL, of Sneckyeat, near Hensingham, husbandman, to Miss FISHER, of Sandwich; at the same place, on Tuesday, the 15th inst., Mr. John HILTON, eldest son of Mr. HILTON, farmer, of Moor Row, to Miss Isabella Mc.MASTER, niece of Mrs. Ann NEWALL, landlady of the Distressed Sailor, near Hensingham.

At Heversham, on Thursday the 17th instant, Mr. Josiah WEDGEWOOD, of Rock Ferry, Cheshire, to Nancy, daughter of Mr. B. TATTERSALL, of St. Anthony's, Heversham.

At St. James's Chapel, Whitehaven, on the 15th inst., Mr. George GRAHAM, mercer and draper, to Sarah Anne, younger daughter of the late Mr. John JACKSON, corn-merchant; Mr. John Joseph KEWLEY, painter, to Miss Ann BENSON; and on the 21st, Mr. George Roper LAWRENCE, boat builder, to Mrs. Jane WALTON, all of Whitehaven.

At St. Andrew's, Newcastle-on-Tyne, on the 22nd instant, by the Rev. J. S. NICHOL, of Helton Hall, Durham, the Rev. R. SHEPHERD, of Houghton-le-Spring, to Anne, eldest daughter of Thomas CHATER, Esq., solicitor, of the former place.

MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.—On Saturday last, the 19th inst., the marriage, which we some time since announced as about to take place between William Henry Frederick CAVENDISH, Esq., eldest son of Colonel the Honourable Henry Frederick Compton CAVENDISH, and the Lady Emily Augusta LAMBTON, second daughter of the late Earl and Countess of Durham, was solemnized at St. James's Church, by the Reverend the Dean of Carlisle, in the presence of a numerous assembly of relatives and friends. Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left London for Codicote Lodge, Mr. CAVENDISH's seat in Hertfordshire.



In Crosby Street, on the 17th inst., Mr. John NEWTON, aged 25 years.

At Oak Bank, Scotby, on Saturday, the 19th inst., Mr. John Beeby SUTTON, formerly wine merchant in this city, in the 34th year of his age.

At Stone Rays, on the 18th instant, Mrs. Mary LITTLE, aged 84 years.

At Newfieldhead, in the parish of Stanwix, on Tuesday last, Mr. William GRAHAM, aged 87 years.

At Aikton, on Monday, July 17th, William BYERS, aged 22, son of William Byers, joiner. His amiable disposition, and literary attainments endeared him to all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.

At Cockermouth, on Tuesday the 22nd, Joseph FISHER, labourer, aged 80 years.

At Workington, lately, Mrs. Elizabeth Mc.INTYRE, widow, in the 66th year of her age.

At Whitehaven, on Sunday, the 13th inst., Miss GRAHAM at an advanced age; on the 18th, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thos. RENKIN, aged 25 years; lately, William, son of Mr. W. CLAGUE, aged six years; in the Workhouse, Mr. James THWAITE, aged 55 years.

At Highgate, Kendal, on Friday the 18th instant, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. WHITAKER, wife of Joseph WHITAKER, Esq.

On Monday last, in the 43rd year of her age, Mary, the wife of Henry ROBINSON, farmer, Longsleddale. She has left a husband and ten children to deplore her loss.

At Cartmel, on the 15th instant, after a short but severe illness, Mr. Thomas ORR, landlord of the Crown Inn, of that place, aged 50 years.

In the Post Office Yard, Kendal, on Friday, the 18th inst., Mr. John Coates WOOD, veterinary surgeon, aged 40 years.

On Tuesday week, rather suddenly, Lady William SOMERSET, in the 53rd year of her age. Her ladyship was married to Lord William SOMERSET, Prebendary of Bristol, in June, 1813, by whom she leaves a family of seven children.

On Wednesday evening week, at her house in Stratford Place, London, after a protracted illness, the Dowager Lady Ellenborough. The deceased was widow of the late Lord Ellenborough, the Learned Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, and daughter of the late Mr. George Phillips TOWRY. Her Ladyship married Lord Ellenborough, October 17, 1789, who died in December, 1818, so that the deceased had survived her husband nearly twenty-five years. By her marriage with his Lordship she had a family thirteen children, nine of whom are living.

DEATH OF LADY CHARLES PAGET.—On Thursday week her ladyship died at Fair Oak, after brief illness. The deceased lady, second daughter and co-heir of the late Mr. H. MONCK, by Lady Elizabeth GORE, married 7th of March, 1805, the Hon. Vice-Admiral Sir Charles PAGET, brother of the Marquess of Anglesey, who died while in the command of the West India station, in January, 1839. Her ladyship leaves a large family. Many families of distinction are placed in mourning by her adyship's [sic] death.