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Glamorganshire Midsummer Quarter…

Trial of Prisoners.

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ITHE RIOTS AT CARMARTHEN.

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tiirtbø. ifctarrtagrg, anil ocatoo. BIRTHS. On the 29th of June, at Llandaff Court, the lady of the Rev. Geo. Thomas, of a son and heir. On the 19th of June, at Newport, Monmouthshire the lady of John Fraser, Esq., of a daughter. On the 20th of June, the wife of A. Brewer Eso surgeon, Glanrhyd Cottage, Coalhrook Vale, of a son. On the 26th of June, at Carmarthen, the lady of John Aaron Timmins, Esq., of a son and heir. On the 10th instant, the lady of John B. K. Grover Esq., Elm-street, Manchester, of a son. MARRIAGES. On the 15th of June, at Trodegar Church, bv the Rev. Mr. Knight, Mr. Dickson, draper, of Merthyr Tydvil, to Ann, yungest aUghtei of Mr. George Jlles, .aget of Ebbw Vale. .v ^he 23d of June, at the Parish Church of Swansea, by the Rev, W m. Hevvson, D.D., yica, Mr. John Woodruffe, of the Branch Bank, Swansea, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John Charles Collins, Esq., M.D., of Swansea. On the 29th June, at the Parish Church of Swansea by the Rev. Wnj. Hewson, D.D., Vicar, Mr. Geor?e Alexander master of the Alexander Robinson, Cuba Trader, to Elizabeth' eldest daughter of Mr. John Bennett, landlord of the Tiger Inn, Swansea. On the 29th of June, at Neath, by the Rev. H. H. Knight, Mi. Daniel Davis, of Cwm Avon, parish of Michaelstone, to Elizabeth Bamford, of Keath. On the 27th of June, at Bethany Chapel, Cardiff, Mr. William Pell Hiley, ironmonger, to Miss Jane Gould, both of Cardiff. DEATHS. On the 29th June, at Clarence Terrace, Swansea, in the 49th year of her age, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. Vidall. On the 2Sth June, in Albemarle-street, Mr. Murray, the eminent publisher. On the 23rd June, in Edinburgh, Lord Robert Ker, Ad- jutant-General in Scotland. He was grand uncle of the present Marquis of Lothian. On the 21st of June, at the residence of her brother, C. H. Powell, Esq., North Parade House, Monmouth, Miss Susannah Powell, aged 71 years. On the igtil of June, at Caerwent Inn, near Chepstow, aged 68 years, Mrs. Sarah Mason, relict of the late Mr. Daniel Mason, of Chepstow, On the 14th of June, at an advanced age, Mr. Samuel Powell, tin plate worker, &c., Ship-street, Brecon. On the 17th of June, at Tynewydd, near Brecon, aged 76, Mrs. Sarah W illiams, relict of the late Wm. Williams, Esq. of Manest Court, much regretted by a large circle of rela- tives and mends. On the 17th of June, after a short illness, Mr. David Daies, maltster, of Talgarth, and late of the Castle Inn, in that borough. On the 25th of June, at Neatli, aged 73 years, Ann, wife of Mr. James Reynods. On the 22d of June, suddenly, at Dover, Edward Taylor, Esq., brother of Sir Brook Taylor, and of the late Sir Herbert Taylor. On the 25th of June, in her eighth year, Mary, daughter of Mr. Samuel Evans, printer and manager at the Carmar- then Journal Office. On the 20th of June, at an advanced age, Mrs. Edwards, the mother of Mr. R. Edwards, sexton and National School teacher, of Aberdare. On the 21st of June, the infant child of Mr. D. Evsnat of Aberdare hill, after a few hours' illness. On the 24th of June, at Troedyrhiw, Mrs. Evans, deq ly regretted.