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IjTlrlE. lilEfRLIIilJJ MONMOUTH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1831. birth. On Thursday, Sept. 8th, the lady of Mr. James Sloper, sur- geon, Pontypool, of a son. MARRIED. At Llangattoclc Crickhowel, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Henry Vaughan, the Rev. Joseph Gibbs, Rector of Clifton, Ox- fordshire, to Emily, eldest daughter of the Rev. Charles Vaughan. On '1 hursday, at Ragland, Mr. Evans, of the Lower House, to Mrs. Clapham, of the former place. The bridegroom was in his 73d, and the bride in her 63d year. On Thursday se'nnight, at Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, Mr. David James, to Miss Elinor Lloyd, spinster, aged 76 On Thursday se'nnight, at Stonehouse, Mr. Winn, plumber and glazier, of Ebley, Gloucestershire, to Miss Dyer, daughter of Mr. Dyer, of Westgate-street, Gloucester.âWednesday se'n- night, at Awre, Gloucestershire, the Rev. J. H. Malpas, to Mary, eldest surviving daughter of John Wait, Esq., of New House, in the parish of Awre. DIED. On Tuesday night, after a lingering illness, Eliza, the wife of T. A. Williams, Esq., of this town. The deceased was an amiable and accomplished woman, whose worth is recorded in the hearts of all who knew her. On Monday last, at Mitchel Troy, aged 28, Mr. Walter Rumsey. On the 5th instant, in her 35th year, of inflamation in the chest, which occasioned premature childbirth, Eliza, the wife of Mr. James George, glazier, of Pontypool, leaving a husband and six children to lament her loss. On Sunday, the 28th ult., aged 55 years, sincerely regretted by her family and friends, Rachel, the beloved wife of Mr. Christopher Blunt, of Great Dinham, near Chepstow. On Friday se'nnight, suddenly, at Brecon, Mr. David Arm- strong, aged 77 years. Rewas deservedly respected. On Thursday se'nnight, at his residence in Bye-street, Here- ford, aged 76, Mr. J. Thackway.âOn the 6th instant, at Lug- Sardine, Mrs. O. Jansey, aged 70. She went to bed the pre- ceding evening in apparent good health, and literally slept to wake no more, being found lifeless in the morning by her asto- nished and afflicted husband.âOn Sunday last, at Cheltenham, aged 24, Emma, second daughter of Mr. John Merrett, confec- tioner, late of Gloucester.