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LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD ENQUIRY.

SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY.

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CHRIST COLLEGE, BRECON-

THE RETENTION OF THE COLLEGE

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THE COMING SEASON.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

DEATH OF MR CARESWELL.

THE WELSH EDUCATION BILL.

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BIRTHS DA VIES.-July 3rd, at 32, High-street, the wife of" Mt' Henry Davies, tailor, of a daughter. JAMES.—July 2nd, the wife of Mr John James, plas- terer, Silon Bouse, Festiniog (late of this toYm),ci§ a daughter. JONES.—June 23rd, the wife of Mr Rowland D, Jones, grocer, Ac., Berriew-streefc, Welshpool, of daughter. MORRISH.—June 26th, at Jackson's-laue, Carman then, the wife of Mr F. Morrish, of a Bon. MARRIAGES DAVIES—PRICK.—June 29th, at the pariah church, Llanddewi-brefi, by license, by the Rn Lewis T. Rowland, B.D., vicar, Mr Thomas Davies, junior, Penybont, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Rees Price, Llanddewi-brefi. PARRY—JAMES.—July 4th, at the Tabernaole chapel., by the Rev William Jones, registrar, Mr Joseph Parry, Cwmnewidion-issa, to Miss Jane James,. Llanerehpentir. LLOYD—EVANS.—July 5th, at Shiloh chapel, by licence, by the Rev William Jones, registrar, Mr David Hoyd,Pantywern. Montgomeryshire, to MisS Susannah Evans, Great Darkgate. street. PTIGH—JONES.—June 30th, at the Wesleyan Llwyngwril, by the Eev W. Evans, Towyn, assisted by Mr Morris Jones, registrar, Mr Owen Pugh, smith, to Miss Ann Jones, Ty-capel, both of Llwyn- gwril. REES—LEWIS.—July 4th, at the parish church of Llanddewi-aberarth,by the Rev W. Owen Edwards,, vicar of Henwnyw, Mr John Rees, grocer, Rhym. ney, to Miss Elizabeth Lewis, Custom House, Aberayron. SiNNETT—GBiFMTHa.—June 21st, at St MichaeFs- parish church, Cwmavou, by the Rev J. Sinuett, R.D., father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Ven. the Archdeacon of Llandaff, and the Bev W. H. Sinnett, M.A., brother of the bridegroom, MR James Maurice Sinnett, solicitor, Llandovery, to Miss Griffiths, daughter of the Rev John Griffiths,, R.D., vicar of Cwmavon. WiLLEs—HoQG.—jMe 26th, at StMichael's Church, Alfred Athearn, only surviving son of the late Sidney Willes, of Peckbam, Surrey,ito Esther, only surviving daughter of Mrs Hogg, Marine-terrace. WILLIAMS—JoNES.July 2nd, at the register office^ by Mr John Jones, registrar, Mr Richard Williams, miner, to Miss Mary Jones, both of Salem, LlaJl." badam-fawr. DEATHS. B EBB.-June 30th, aged 52 years, Mr Evan Bebb., bookseller, Llanfair Careinion. BURKE.—June 30th, at Llanidloes, Patrick Burke, for ten years a sergeant-major in the Shropshire Militia, aged 69. BURTON .-July 1st, aged 37 years, Jane, the wife of Mr Owen Burton, Esgair For,LIaawrint near Mach- ynlleth. JAKES.—June 22nd, at Cawrence, Llangoedmore Mrs". Sarah Eliza James, daughter of the late Rev Thoa. Thomas, rector of Aberporth, aged 77 years. FBiLUps.—June 25th, at St Mary's-lane, Cardigan, Thomas, eldfst son of Mr Thomas Phillips, cabinet maker, aged 19 years. SIMCOX.—May last, at the Vicarage, Porallgahau., New Zealand, Hubert Edward Canning, the only • and beloved son of the Rev F. E. T. Simcox. CABEitWELL- June 30th, aged 72 years, at Portland- street, Mr George Careswell. GRIFFITH.—June 26th, aged 78 years, Mr Evan Grif* fith, Tanyfedw Farm, near Dolgelley. JONES.—June 30th, aged 66 years, at the College, Llwyngwril, Mr Owen Jones, mason. JONES.—June 24th, aged 85 years, Mrs Janett Jones,. Pantycelyn, Dyffrya Ardudwy. JONES.—Jane 30th, aged 72 years, at 12, Corporation* street, after a long illness, Mrs Mary Jones, wife of Mr Edward Jones, blacksmith at Messrs Ellift9 Foundry. MILLS.—June 29tb, aged 60 years, at 26, seylzons, street, Aberdare, Rachel, the wife ef the late Ms Evan Mills. MOYES.—June 26th, Mr William Moyes, grocer, North Walsham, and brother-in-law to Mrs ionesr, Tymawr, Borth. OLIVER.—June 29th, aged 2 years, at Union-street* John Richard, son of Mr John Richard Oliver* shoemaker. • ROWLANDS.—July 6th, aged 88 years, at WaunfaWro, Tregaron, Mrs Rowlands, 18, North-parade, in thilg town. Deceased will be buried at Llanddewi-broll on Wednesday afternoon. SMITH.—June 28th, aged 13 months,George Tempany* youngest son of the late Mr G. T. Smith, auc- tioneer, &c. Mil I _!<!«! II II !!) —"