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CARDIFF POLICE COURT.—MONDAY.

CAERPHILLY PETTY SESSIONS.

MERTHYR AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.

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BIRTHS. July 22, at Cardiff, Mrs. James Merchant, of a daughter. July 21, at Cardiff, the wife of Mr. Jam >s Phillips, pipe maker, of a daughter. July 11, at Staplegrove, near Taunton, the wife of the Rev. C. Ranken Hall, of a son. July 9, in Somerset-street, Bristol, the lady of the Rev. A. Rogers, of a daughter. In College Green, Worcester, the lady of Chas. Evans, Esq. Secretary to the Bishop of Worcester, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. July 16, at Clifton, by the Rev. W. L. Nichols, vicar, Mr. W, Price, of Cardiff, to Eleanor Jane, youngest daughter of the Mr. Nicholas Hopkins, formerly of .S\v;inbrid:;e,in this county. July 22, at Cardiff, by the Rev. T. Stacey, M.A., Edward, eldest son of M. A. Lisle, Esq., of Woodfie'ld House, to Miss' Margaret Lloyd, niece of Griffith Lloyd. Esq., of Charles-street all of Cardiff. July 20, at Llandaff Cathedral, by the Rev. Richard Prichard S.N., Mr. Thomas Jones to Miss Martha Williams, both of Can- ton, near Cardiff. July 22, at the same place, Mr. Charles Vinson to Miss Catherine Thomas, both of the parish of Llandaff. July 22, at Castle Froome, in the county of Hereford, by the Rev. W. H. Lyal). Mr. W. B. Griffiths, of Newport, Monmouth- shire, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. Wm. Pudge, of the Hillend, Much Cowarne. ° July 14, at Tredegar Church, Mr. James Ash Gabb Harrison, Abersj chan Iron Works, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr, John Massey, Ebbw Vale Iron Works. July 10, at Lambeth Palace, Edward, Lord Bishop of Palis- bury, to the Hon. Clementina BaiUie Hamilton, youngest daugh- ter of the late Archdeacon and Lady Charlotte Hamilton. July 16, at the parish church of St. George, Bloomshurv, by tho Venerable Archdeacon Jones, the Rev. David William's' of Mold, Flintshire, to Martha Elizabeth Flora, eldest daughter of Sir Edward Vaughan Colt, Bart., of Trawscoed, Radnorshire. DEATHS. July 19, after a protracted illness borne with pious resigna- tion, Isabella, the beloved wife of Recs Jenkins, Esq,, solicitor, Bridgend. Her exemplary conduct as wife, mother, and friead, will long endear her memory to the social circle best acquainted with her worth. Julyn, Mary Hester, the infant daughter of the foremen- tioned Rees and Isabella Jenkins, aged one month. July 20, at the house of her sister, Mrs. Hughes, iu this town, Miss McCarthy, aged 54 years. July 9, at Chepstow, after a short but painful illness, Sarah, wife of Mr. John Clarke, Bridge-street, in the 45th \ear of her age. July 12, at the residence of Miss Powell, Credenhiil, of con- sumption, aged 16 years, Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. Walter Constable, of Newport, Monmouthshire. July 10, at Castletown, Isle of Man, in the 74th year of his age, Major-General Ready, Governor of the Island. July 14, at Builth, aged 70, Mrs. Evans, widow of the late Mr. Griffith Evans, maltster, Builth. July 13, Mr. Evan Winstone, of the Struct, Brecon, deeply and sincerely regretted. July 17, Mr, John Williams, of the BeaT Inn, Breeon, by numerous relatives and fl-ic, July 17, at Cefnbrynich Farm, near Brecon, agel! 82 H'ars, Mr, Thomas Prosser. Beraif near' Cr^tl^011' house of her son. the Rev. G. J. Kendall relict nf^0WeU> in her 88th year, Mrs. Elizabeth Breconsiiire. late Edward Kendall, Esq., of Danvpark, July 16th, suddenly, at the Castle Inn, Glasbury, in the 47th Th,,⢠afe' Mrs" Mar>" Kitchingman, relict oi' the late Mr. omas Kitchingman, of Glasbury. July 18, at his seat, Howick Hall, Earl Grev, in the S2d vear of his age. July 15, at his residence at Streatham, the Earl of Dunmore, in the 41tt year of his age. July 21, at the residence of his son, the Hon. Mr. Manners Sutton, at No. 11, Southwick Terrace, Oxford-square, London Lord Canterbury. July 22, at his residence, Portman-square, London, Lord Bateman, in his 6lith year. July 23, at Swansea, after a long illness, aged 71 years, John Watkin, butcher, who had for many years attended the Swansea, market.