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Gentleman's Magazine 1819 part 1 p.507
Graham, Richard, Viscount Preston, Secretary of State to James II, Arthuret.
Hall, Dr. Anthony, editor of Trivet's 'Annales,' and Leland's 'Scriptores,' Kirkbride, 1619.
Huddart, Capt. Joseph, hydrographer, Allonby, 1741.
Huddleston, Sir Richard, knight banneret at Agincourt, Millom.
Huddleston, William, recovered the Royal Standards at Edge-hill, Millom.
Law, EDWARD, Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough, Great Salkeld, 1750.
Law, John, Bp. of Elphin, friend of Paley, Greystock, (died 1810.)
Moravile, Sir Hugh de, one of the four murderers of Abp. Becket in 1170.
Morris, Capt. Thomas, song writer, Carlisle, 1732.
Musgrave, Sir William, 6th bart. antiquary and collector, Hayton castle, 1735.
Reay, William, Bp. of Glasgow, the Gill in Allonby parish.
Robinson, George, bookseller, Dalston, (died 1801.)
Salkeld, John, divine, styled by James I. 'the learned,' Corby castle, 1576.
Senhouse Humphrey, founder of Mary-port, Netherhall, (died 1770.)
Senhouse, John, antiquary and collector, father of the Bishop; Netherhall.
Strong, Joseph, blind mechanic, Carlisle, (died 1798.)
Tully, Thomas, divine, Carlisle, 1620.
Wallis, John, historian of Northumberland, 1714.
Watson, Daniel, divine, friend of Sterne and Warburton, Sebergham, 1698.
Williamson, Sir Joseph, secretary of state to Charles II. Bridekirk, 1644;


Addingham was the vicarage of Dr. Paley, from 1792 to 1795.
In Arthuret church-yard was buried its native Archibald Armstrong, fool or jester to James I. and Charles I. 1672.
In Aspatria church, amongst the monuments of the Musgraves, is a cenotaph to Sir William, the sixth baronet, benefactor to the British Museum, who was buried in St. James's church, Westminster, 1800.
In Bootle church is the monument of Sir Hugh Askew, knighted at Musselborough, 1547, died 1562.
In Carlisle cathedral are handsome monuments of its bishops, Sir John Fleming, bart. 1747; and the learned Edmund Law (by Banks) 1787. Its excellent Archdeacon, Paley, has no inscription; but a grave-stone records the death of his wife Jane, who died in 1791. In St. Cuthbert's church was buried Joseph Dacre Carlyle, Chancellor of the diocese and Professor of Arabic in the University of Cambridge, 1804. On May 19, 1292, this city with its priory, convent of Grey Friars, and churches, was consumed by a fire raised by an incendiary, who was executed for the fact. In 1390 another fire consumed 1500 houses. In 1597 and 1598 about 1196 persons died of the plague. The Quakers have had a congregation in this city almost from the time of their first establishment; George Fox, their founder, was imprisoned in the dungeon and suffered great hardships here in 1653. Robert Milne, author of Physico-Theological Lectures, was pastor of a Presbyterian congregation in this town; he died in 1800. There are but three rings of bells in this county, one at Carlisle cathedral, one at Crosthwaite, and one at Bingham.
Dalston was the vicarage of Dr. Paley from 1774 to 1793. In the church-yard was buried Dr. Edward Rainbow, Bp. of Carlisle, 1684.
Great Salkeld rectory is attached to the archdeaconry of Carlisle, and as such, was held by the learned Edmund Law, (afterwards Bishop of this diocese, and father of the late Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough) from 1743 to 1756. He resided and composed most of his works at this place. Dr. Paley held the living with his archdeaconry from 1782, till his death in 1805.
Greystock was the rectory of Dr. Richard Gilpin, nonconformist divine, author of 'Satan's Temptations,' In the castle are several valuable portraits, and a crucifixion executed in needlework by Mary Queen of Scots. The park, which contains 3000 acres, is surrounded by a wall 9 feet high.
In Kirk Oswald church, among the memorials of his family, is the monument of the loyal Sir Timothy Featherstonehaugh, who was beheaded at Chester, Oct. 22, 1651.
Mary-port was founded by Humphrey Senhouse, esq. who died in 1770, and was buried in the chapel of that town. It was so named in honour of his wife. At Ellen-foot, the site of the present town, till the year 1750
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