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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. November 2Gth, at Newland, Gloucestershire, the lady e( Edward Owen Jones, Esq., of a daughter. 23rd, at Windsor Terrace, Crockherbtown, Cardiff, the wife of Mr. John Batchclor, of a daughter. 22nd, the wife of Mr. J. T. Barry, watchmaker and jeweller, Duke-street, Cardiff, of a son. 2-">th, the lady of the Kev. W. M. D. Berrington, Pembroke, of a daughter. CoL h 23rd, at Carlton House Terrace, London; the lady of the Right llou. W. K Gladstone, M.r., of a daughter. MARRIAGES. November 30th, atChristclmrch. Mr. J.01dridge,bootmake Commercial-street., Newport, to Miss Jane Jones,dressmaker» Faiioak Common. 20t, at Kenning ton church, Mr. Augustus Fredrick PhtHtpt. late of Bristol, to Mary Eliza, youngest daughter of the 1. Edward Davis, Esq., of Cardiff. On the 2íth instant, at the Tabernacle Baptist C.hap#l, Pontypool, by Rev. E Evans, Mr. William Edmunds, to 1\1. Ann Hibbett", both of Tally waun. Lately, Mr. Nathaniel Lang, to Emily, daughter of me late Mr. R. Cocker, master-mariner, Swansea. 23rd, at Southampton, Evan Prichard, Esq., of Glamorganshire, eldest son of the Rev. R. ° Llandaff, rector of Langan, to Catherine, relict of Th..Burton R2U|st,^(qDale church, Dudley Ackland Esq., of Boulston to Elizabeth, second daughter of J. P. A. Lloyd P > s<i"» of Dale Castle, Pembrokeshire. 2?lh, ,e,d73DM? landlord of the Hanbury Arms Inn, f ro!Jf f ,u{. Globe Inn December 1, Mr.DavId Pontypool. He was a man most deserv ? hua aI,d Mr Rees left a widow and several children. were the two oldest publicans in the P^ant> Chepstow, Anna Lately, at her residence, Moun^ P of London, aged Maria, relict of the late Simeon Pope, JM»H K 7S years. Thomas Kenvyn, Baptist mini? On the 1st instant, the Rev. regretted. ter, in the 50th year of hflsJ'igparra; Mr. John Watkins, of the November 26, at linr.e.r" &tr. W. was the only supporter Mason's Arms, in that viuag thc ]atc contested election, of Lord Granville in tha q after a ghort but 8ever(, innC8B 24th m her sixteen!. )'^n, Anne, the third surviving and borne with Christian seiman, of the Manor farm, Whit beloved daughter of Mr. o- > m5Sr'a-ed62el>Ir. Griffith Lloyd, at Cardiff, a man deservedly aged 62, kneW him. respected by aH *^o kne, an illness of two days. M1. Th. n u'h'Vthe'shoulder of Mutton Inn aged 57. He was well ?espected by his fellow-townsmen, and has left a good nan* b(94?h a'^cd 62, at the Gravven Arms, Merthyr, Mr. LeyahT* r. formerly of Penlan farm. 'iltCa't the advanced age of 102 years, Miss Baker, of Car 1U0a Wednesday last, at Newbridge, ai;ed 2(1 years, Mf. Jenkin Jones, son of Mr. Jones, formerly of the Star Inn, Mfrihyr. On Wednesday last, aged 70 ye^rs, Mr. Baillies, rlioemaker, also of the same place.