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BIRTHS DAVIES.—June 24th, at Pencader Shop, the wife of Mr T. T. Davies, of a son. JONES.—June 23rd, at New Tun, Llanddewi-brefi, the wife of Mr Jones, cattle dealer, of a son. O'BRIEN.—June 21st, at Northgate-court, the wife" of Mr Edward O'Brien, of a son, FHiurrs.—Jnne 25th, at 7, Ken siagton Palace Gar* dens, the wife of C. E. G. Philipps, Esq., of PictoR. Castle, of a daughter. THOMAS.—-June 22nd, at 14, Foxhill-street, Liver., pool. the wife of Mr E. Harries Thomas, surveyor,, of a son. WiLMAMs.—June 26th, the wife of 'tbe Rev John Williams, Bridge-street, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. BETNON—JONES.-—June 8th, at the register office; Pontypridd, by Mr W. J. Powell, registrar, Mr Henry Beynon, Ferndale, to Maggie, third daughter of Mr Simon Jones, Higb-street, in this town. DATIBS — EDMUNDS. — June 13th, at St Peter's, Church, Lampeter Pont Stephen, by the Rev T. C.- Edmunds (brother of the bride), assisted by the Rev Daniel Jones, vicar, and the Rev Mr Evans, vicar of Llangybi, Mr Walter G. Davies, to Agnes,, youngest daughter of the late Mr Charles Edmunda. DAviES—WooD.—JnBe 27th, at the register office before the Rev W. Jones, registrar, Mr George Samuel Davies, Trinity-terrace, to Miss AnuO Wood, Prospect-street. EVANS—THOMAS.—June 22nd, at the Independent Chapel. Llwjncelyn, before the Rev E. Jones, as. sisted by the registrar, Mr D. Evans, Pengraig, to. Misa Sarah Thomas. Noyadd, both in the parish of' Llanarth. HABRIBS—GRIFFITHS.—June 23rd, at the Welsfo Prellbyterian Church (Lady Llanover's), Abercarn,, Monmouthshire, by the Rev Geo. E. Watson. minister of the church, assisted by the Rev Thomas Miles, Lady Llanover's Welsh minister, Llanover, Mr John Harries, Taliesin, to Miss Margaret Grif- fiths, Cloch Gobaith (Lady Llanover's Temperance House, Abercarn. LLOYD—WILLIAMS.—June 25th; at St Peter s parislx church, Aberdovey, by the Rev E. T. Davies, B.A. vicar, John Lloyd, mariner, Life Boat-terrace to Elizabeth Williams, Mount Pleasant, both of Aber. a07ej' DEATHS. DAVM—June 15th, aged 71 years, Mr J. Davies Cwmbae, near Aberayron. DAViNS —June 19th, aged 81 years, Mr Evan Davies Ldnlwyd, Neuaddlwyd. DAVIES.—June 27th, aged 62 years, Mr John Davies, Trefechan. EDWABDS.—June 21st, aged 37 years, at the Union. Workhouse, Mr James Edwards, painter. EVANS.—June 21st, aged 45 years, Mr D. Evans, Gwarffynon, Ciliau Aeron. HAKTNT.—June 26th, aged 13, years, Laura Mabel,. eldest daughter of Capt Richard Harvey, DyfErym Castell Hotel, Ponterwyd. JONES.—June 20th, aged 70 years, Mr David Jones, weaver, Dollwen, Goginan (late of Penllwyn). LYONS.—June 22ad, at the police Station, Lampeter, Peter Robert, son of Sergeant Thomas Lyons, aged 4 years. MORGAN.—June 24th, aged 42years, at Bridge-street, Mr Morgan Morgan, hairdresser. WATTS.—June 21st, aged 54 years, at Penglaise road, Mr John Watts, tailor. W ILLIAMs.-June 24th, after a protracted illne sfi, Lizzie Julian, eldest daughter of the late MJ2 Thomas Williams, druggist, &c., 2, Bridge-streeta aged 23 years. MONUMENTS for Churches', Churchyards, and Cemeteries, executed in Stone, Marble, and Granite may be inspected in the Show Room, at R. DODSON a Marble Works, Snow-bill, Shrewsbury. FOR MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES, and Every Description of Monumental Work, apply to—JAMES, HOSKING & MILLER,Moor Street, Aber* i y atwyth. Show Yard—Opposite the Railway Station#