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ORGANISED DISTURBANCES.

MR PUGH AND HIS CONSTITUENTS.

THE LEASES QUESTION.

LOC&.L AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LAMENTABLE ACCIDENT AT LLAN-DYSSIL.

CARDIGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

LATEST AND TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

REMARKABLE DISAPPEA.RAVCE…

LOCAL LAW CASE.

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ABERYSTWYTH TIDE TABLE.

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BIRTHS. JONES—June 17th, at 8 Powell-street, the wife of Mr William Jones, cowkeeper, 26, Hampstead-road, London, of a dausrhter. MORGAN-Jnne 4th, at 30, Great Darkgate-street, the wife of Mr Richard Morgan, corn merchant, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. ALBIN—LLOYD.—June 24th, at the parish church, Llansantffraid, by the Rev E. Alban, M.A., vicar, Lledrod (brother of the bridegroom), assisted by the Rev W. Herbert,vicar of the parish,Mr Thomas Alban, youngest son of Mr John Alban, Hafod. berris, to Jane, the only daughter of Mr Alban Lloyd, Adsolwen, both of the same parish. BUCKLEY-WILLIAMS—HUMPHREYS—June 24th at the parish church, Berriew, Montgomeryshire, by the Rev J. Baines, vicar, Mr Ehys Buckley- Williams, of Pennant and Glyncogan,Montgomery shire, to Gertrude Susanna, daughter of Mrs Humphreys, Garthmyl Hall, and the late Charles Jones Humphreys. DANIEL—JAMES.—July 2nd, at the register office, before the Rev William Jones, registrar, Mr David Daniel, Llanbadarn, to Miss Selina James, Aber- ystwyth. Jo NES-PARRY.-June 30th, at the Parish Church, Handsworth, Birmingham, by the Rev W. Randall, M.A., rector, W. W. Jones, to Mary Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Richard Parry, Esq., Laura-place, of this town. Jo NES—WILLIAMS.—June 27th, by license, at Llan- badarn Fawr parish church, by the Rev John Pugh, vicar, Mr Zephaniah W. Jones, of Birkenhead, son of the late Mr Evaii Jones, New Cross, Ponterwyd, to Miss Margaret Williams, housekeeper to Capt Daniel, Ponterwyd, and eldest daughter of Mr Wm Williams, Queen-street, Aberystwyth. DEATHS. DA VIEs-June 28th, aged 24 years, at Trefechan, Mr Edward Davies, flannel weaver. GRIFFITHS—June 30th, aged 63 years, at Queen- stieet, Mr John Griffiths, grocer. HUGHES—June 22nd, aged 81 years, at his residence, Edeyrn, the Rev Griffith Hughes, Calvinistic Methodist minister. R uaHEs-june 28th, at Pembroke House, Mr George Hughes, formerly coxswain of the lifeboat. LLOYD—June 26th, Mrs Lloyd, the wife of Mr Hugh Lloyd, blacksmith, Aberdovey. LEWIS.—June 29th, aged 49, Jane, wife of Mr David Lewis, Black Lion Hotel, LIanrhystid. MORGANS.—Catherine Morgans, wife of Mr M. Morgans, Brenig-terrace, aged 28 years. Buried at Methodist chapel cemetry. ROBERTs-June 28th, at Mill-street, Mr John Roberts. E ICHARDS—June 20th, aged 35 years, at Ship- builderB'-row, Mr Richard Richards, mariner. TI MOTHY-June 29th, aged 49 years, at Railway- terrace, Jana Timothy, widow of Mr David Timothy, retired draper. THOMAS—July 1st, aged 52 years, at Queen-street, Mr Richard Thomas, coal miner.

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