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^lainorgaiislilre Summer Assizes.

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MERTHYR AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.

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BIRTHS. July 10, Mr., Ainsley, of the Cardiff Arms Hotel, in this town, of a daughter. ,,JAul) at Cowbrid?e, the lady of the Rev. Thomas Edinondes, M.A., vicar of Cowbridge, of a daughter. July 4, at Newcastle, Bridgend, the wife of Samuel Cox, Esq., solicitor, of a daughter. July 4, at ltock, near Alnwick, the lady of the Rev. R, W. Cosauquet, of a son. MARRIAGES. July 6, in the parish church of Pennine, near Cowbridge by the Rev. R. G. Phelps, Mr. John Lewis, of Cowbridge, saddler to Miss Catherine Thomas, of Cowbridge, dressmaker. July;), at Llangynwyd church, by the Rev. R.P.Deweih-n vicar, Mr. Thomas Bowen, to Leah John, both of Macstc" July 5, at the same place. by the Hev. it. p. Llewellyn" vicar, Mr. Griffith Lloyd to Elizabeth Roderick, both of Maeste-. July 7, at the same place, by the Rev. R. P. Llewellyn, vicar, Mr. Thomas Edwards, to Anne Morgans, both of Maesteg. July 1, at Trevethin church, Mr. George Luce, to Miss Eliza ⢠P. Carter, both of Pontypool. June 24, at Llandovery, by the Rev. J. Davies, M.A., vicar of Llandinabo, Herefordshire, Mr. Thomas Davies, of Llandovery, to Miss Mary Ann Humphreys, of Hank House, Llandovery, and of Tanylan, near Carmarthen. Lately at Llanelly church, Breconshire, by the Rev. E. Hughes, Mr. Benjamin Stevens, tailor, to Miss Ellen Lambert, dressmaker, both of Tredegar. July 8, at St. James's church, Piccadilly, by the Rev. Thomas Ainger, Colonel Sir Richard Doherty, to Rachael Sophia Munro. widow of the late Gilbert Munro, Esq., of the Island of St. Vincent. DEATHS. July 6, at Roath, near Cardiff, Mrs. Margaret Evans, a«'ed 84 years. 0 July 8, at Neath, Mrs. Sarah Whittington, a;-ed 7t) years July 2, at Abergavenny, Edward Thomas, iâfaât son of Mr. E. S. Davies, bookseller, Cross-street. July 5, at Brecon, aged 22 years, after four months' illness, John the son of Mr. John Pnce, Rose ^1 Grown, Dowlais. much respected and deeply regretted by all his friends and relations. ^"lHpr'nf^Mrs*Jfr0m a linSering consumption, Eliza, daughter of Mrs. Jane Grant, of that town. jHrlfRlif 1 Goor»"' lla». vicar of Tenbun, in the 63rd year of' rllai>lain to Lord Vaux, T ] > HIS at William Davies, Esq., solicitor, late town .,Wl t)01'0USh, and coroner for the county of Salop, and also for the borough of Ludlow. Julv 5, in Regent-street, after a very short illness, Jane ^usanna, youngest daughter ol' the Rev. Thomas Clowes, of llanbury Hal), Worcestershire. July 2, at Callendar House, the Lady Louisa Forbes, wife of illiam Forbes, Esq., M.P., and daughter of the Earl of Wemyss and March. July 3, at the Imperial Hotel, Cheltenham, Major Charles Johnson, 3d Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry, aged 42. July 6, at his house in Bedford-square, to the inexpressible grief of his family and friends, Mr. Serjeant Atcherly. June 30, aged 70 years, George Brewer, Esq late of Coal- brook Yale. June 27, age4 78 years, the Rev, Rees Williams, Cynog, Breconshuc.