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CHURCH-RATES.—LETTER VII.

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! FAIRS IN FEBRUARY,

OPENING OF THE SESSION.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

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BIRTHS. At Dowlais, on the 28th of December, Lady Charlotte Guest was safely delivered of a daughter. At Rome, on the 12th ult., the lady of his Excellency the Chevalier Bunsen, (Minister Plenipotentiary from lite Court of Berlin), of a daughter. MARRIES. At St. Woollos Church, Mr. William C. Webb. coal-mer- Pillgwepliy, Newport to Miss Jenkins, only daughter of Mr. Richard Jenkins, coal-merchant, of ihe aaroe place On Friday, Jan. 2lst, at Bedwelty, Monmouthshire bv the Rev. J. Edwards, Mr. William Griffith*, of Tredegar Iron Works, to Hannah, third daughter of the late RevT Walt«r Lewis, of TreduStart-, Breconshire. On ihe 26th ult., at St. John's Church, Bristol, by the Hey. Peter Peace, and afterwards at the Catholic ChajUl. Newport' Mr. C. Russell, of lupsley near Hereford, ironmonger, to Miss Rebecca Williams, of Derry Cottage, Abeicavennv Lately, at Ross by the Rev. T. Shopped, Mr. Barne;, of Churcham, near Gloucester, to Lucretia, youneest dauirhtpr nf Mr. Caleb Morgan, of Horn, in the same parish. of DIED. On Tuesday, the 31st January, at his house, in Bryanstone Square London, John Bo s, Esq., ,« the 61st year of his age. and father of J. fc. W. Rolls, Esq., of the Ilendre, near Moo- mouth. On Friday morning the 3d inst., at the Market Boat, in this town, Mr. Joshua Addis, for many years Sheriff's Officer in this county, and lately agent for Messrs. Reynolds and Co brewers, Hereford, aged 53. On the 29th ult., Hannah Willan, of this town, aged 72 years she was an affectionate parent, a sincere and consistent christian, and a useful member of society. On the 30th ult., at New House, Machen, deeply lamented and regretted, in the 69th year of her age, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. John Vaughaa, to whom she had been united 50 years, during which period, she exemplified all those virtues which adorn the wife, the parent, and the christian. On the 20th ult., aged 55 years, Mr. John Glassbrook, of Crosskilogg, late officer of Excise, in this county. On the 20th lOst., of influenza, aged 76 years, Elizabeth, wife of ihomas Denning, Esq., of 20, Upper York-street, Bryan- stone-square, London, and mother of Miss Denning, of the Castle fecnool, Monmouth. At Neath, on the 27th ult., Mrs. Powell, the beloved wife of 1 ⢠W⢠Powell, Esq., Solicitor, and only sister of J. W. Joneis, Esq:, Surgeon, of this Town. On Friday, the 20th ult.. at her residence, No. 9, Promen- ade-terrace, Cheltenham, most deeply regretted and sincerely lamented by a large circle of relatives and friends, after a few < days' illness of influenza, the Dowager Lady lord, sister of the late Viscount Anson, and aunt to the Earl of Lichfield. Her generous and benevolent spirit will cause her memory to be long cherished by all who were within tbe sphere of its influence. On the 23d ult., at his brother's residence, Westgate-street, Gloucester, Samuel Hicks, Esq., in the 65th year of his age. On Monday night, at his residence in St. Owen'a-street, Hereford, in his 72d year, after several weeks illness, John i Griffiths, Esq., for nearly half a century a distinguished surgeon in this city, and one of the most respectable, useful, and pepf* Volvo t citi;too, -v '1