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BIRTHS. OnTuesday Morning last, the lady of C. R. M. Talbot, Esq., M.P. of a son and heir. May 19th, at the house of hcr father, Dr. Lucas, of Brecon, the widow of the late Win. Ives, Esq, of a daughter. May 18th. in Paris, the Lady Brabazon, of a son and heir. And on the 22nd, the Lady of R. E. E. Warburton, Esq. of A rley Hall, and sister of Lady Brabazon, a so of a son and heir, the lovely and amiable daugh- ters of Sir Richard Brooke, of Norton Priory. Bart. On the 21st inst., at Bideford, the wife of'W. Wilcox, -sq collector of her Majesty's Customs, at that port, of a son. MAHRIAGES. i? ^ie.inst., at Llangavelach,bv tbe Rev. John P Williams, the 1'ev. Morgan Hice Morgan, Curate of Llansanilet, and Visitor of Mrs, Bevan's Circulating 'P Schools in South Wales to 'Sirs Mary Klizabeth Thomas, eldest daughter of the late William Thomas, Esq., of Lan, near Swansea. On the 26th ult., at Vayuor church, Mr John Edwards, printer, Merthyr, to Miss Jane Price, of the same place. At Chepstow, on the 15Lh of May, by the liev. James Davis, M. A., Benjamin Meredith Bradford, Esq., Sur- geon and Coroner, Castle House, Chepstow, to Miss Grey, formerly of Bath. May 18th, at St. Mary's, Bryanstone Square, Alex. Rolls, Esq., of the 4th Dragoon Guards, to Kate, se- cond daughter of the late Ambrose Steward, of Stoke Park, Ipswich, Esquire. May 23d, at St. Mary's Church, Swansea, by the Rev. Wm. Hewson, D.D., Vicar, Mr Richard Puxlev, of Beerhaven, Ireland, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Hazel, of Swansea. May 25th, at Christ Church, Surrey, David Evans, Esq. of Erwood House, Breconshire, to Sarah, second daughter of the late Lieut. Joseph, of the 52d Regiment of Foot. May 21, at St. Michael's, Highgate, Henry Thomas George Fitzgerald, Esq. only surviving son of Colonel ritzgerald, of Maperton House, Somerset, and of Turlough, county of Mavo. Ireland, to Elizabeth Harriot. eldest daughter of the Bev. S. Wildman Yates, vicar of St. Mary's, Reading, May 25th, at Christchurch, Surrey, by the Rev. John Earner, vicar of Bangor, David Evans, Esq of Erwood House, Breconshire, to Sarah, second daughter of the late Lieut. Joseph of the 52nd Regiment. DEATHS. May 33rd, at Llanwonno, Mr Thomas Walters, of Cefn in that parish, at an advanced age. He was a substantial freeholder, and always bore an upright character, On the 2lst inst.. at Drefach. Llangeler, Mr Thomas Jones, aged 20, student at St. David's College, Lampe- ter. He bore his illness with christian fortitude. On the 12th inst., aged 40 years, and universally lamented, the Rev. Edward Pendrill, perpetual Curate of Elanguieke, Glamorganshire. On the 15th instant, at Vaynor Park, Montgomery- shire, in her 87th year, Anna Charlotte Christiana, relict of the late John Windor, Esq., of Vaynor Park, only daughter of the first Admiral Sir Charles Knowles, Bai t., and sister of the late Admiral, Sir Charles Henry Knowles, Bart., G.C.B. This lady was ior some time Maid of Honour to the Empress Catherine the Second of Knssia, during the time her father was reforming the Russian marine, by permission of his Majesty George the Third. May 27, at Caerphilly, in the 75th year of his age, Mr William Moses j be was highly respected by all who knew him. who knew him. May 26, aged 38, Maria Cathaiina, wife of the Rev. E. B.Pusty, Regius Professor of Hebrew, Oxford, and Canon of Christ Church. Lately, at Drogheda, Ireland, the Rev. Thomas Moore, aged 108. On Tuesday last, at the Mumbles, deeply and sincerely regretted, Mr George Penrose, Assayer, Burrows, Swansea. At Brecon, on Tuesday last, the 28th ult., aged 73, Mr "Ilham Williams, mason, of that place. On the same day, at Brecon, aged 48, Thomas Gilbert, who for a period of 21 years li,'cn in the employ of Mr Jonathan Edwards, the late landlord of the Castle Iiino in the alove towii,