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BIRTHS. JONES.âOn the 9th inst., the wife of Mr David Jones ploughman, Gilfachwen, of a daughter. MATllIAs,-On the 9th inst., at Tenby, the wife of George Mathias, Esq., of a son. MARRIAGES. HOWELLS-REEs.-On the 5th inst., at the Parish Church, Trelech, in this county, by license, by the Rev. D. T. Thomas, the vicar, Mr. Thomas Howells, of Parcybedw, in that parish, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. Rees, of Plasyparcau, in the parish of Llanwinio. STEVENS DAVIES. On the 5th inst., at Engedi Chapel, Carnarvon, by the Rev. D. Saunders, of Liver- pool, assisted by the Rev. J. Richards, of Llechryd, Car- diganshire, J. W. Stevens, Esq., of the Cefndu slate works, North Wales, and Kilgerran slate works, South Wales, to Mary Anne, second daughter of the late T. Davies, Esq., merchant, Carnarvon. DAVIES DAVIEs.-On the 3rd inst., at Llanfair- orllwyn Parish Church, by license, by the Rev. J. Sin- nett, rector of Bangor Teifi, Mr. Howell Jones Davies, of Cwmisdwr, in the parish of Bangor, to Miss Elizabeth Davies, of Maengwyn, in the said parish of Llanfair- orllwyn. Jo NESâJONES.âOn the 7th inst., at Maenygroes, near New Quay, in the presence of the registrar, Mr. Joseph Davies, J. Jones, Esq., Gellygall-fawr, near Newcastle- Emlyn, to Miss Dina Jones, Pensingrig, Penboyr. VAUGHANâROWLANDS.âOn the 8th inst., at St. Martin's Church, Haverfordwest, by the Rev. S. O. Meares, Mr. T. Vaughan, to Miss Jane Rowlands, both of Haverfordwest. DEATHS. PRILLIP,S.-On the 7th inst., very sincerely regretted, after a long and painful illness, Margaret, the beloved wife of Mr. W. T. Phillips, chemist, Lammas-street, in this town, aged 32. DAVIES.âOn the 8th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. David Jones, painter, King-street, aged 82, Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr. Richard Davies, Quay-street, in this town. She was for 52 years a consistent member of the Wesleyan Society. JONES.âOn the 8th inst., aged 27, Mary, eldest daughter, of David Jones, Esq., of Derlwyn, near Cat. marthen. Her premature death is deeply lamented ly a numerous circle of friends and relations. GEORGB.-On the 8th inst., after a long illness, Catherine, the beloved wife of William George, Esq., of Llan. IIOPKI-On the 6th inst., at Boulogne-sur-Mer, William Hopkins, Esq., M.D., late surgeon of the Gla- morgan Militia, aged 86 years and 7 months. r JONES. â On the 26th ult., at his residence, Brynhyff- rydd, Menai-bridge, aged 42, Thomas Vaughan Jones, Esq., of Cromlech, eldest son of the late Thomas Jones, Esq., of Cromlech, Anglesea, and Pentir Hall, Carnar- vonshire. DAVIES.âOn the 8th inst., at Goitre, near Newcasfle- Etnlyn, aged 8 years, Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. D. Davies, road surveyor. REYNOLDS.âOn the 6th inst., at St. Clears, Earnest, son Mr. Wm. Reynolds, postman, aged 12 months. LEWIS.âOn the 10th inst, at Langeinor, Glamorgan. shire, Mary Esther, infant daughter of the Rev. David Lewis, aged 18 months. GItIFFITH.-On the 6th inst., at the Lamb, Church- street, Llanelly, Mr. David Griffith, aged 23, for several years a clerk with F. L. Brown, Esq. J OXEs.-On the 28th ult., at Llwyndewi, near Llan- dilo, Mrs. Mary Jones, in the 92nd year of her age. The deceased was a consistent member of the Wesleynne during the last fifty years and upwards of her life she has left many children, grand-children, and great-grand- children, together with many friends, besides those of Llwynyronnen congregation, of which she was a mem- ber, to lament her death.

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