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BIRTHS. At Pembroke Dock, on Sunday, the 31st ult., the wife of Mr. N. Bourne, draper, &c., of a daughter. On the 28th ult., at Aberystwyth, Mrs. Jones, wife of Mr. John Jones, draper, Pier-street, of a daughter. On Monday last, the wife of Mr. W. Lewis, printer, of Swansea, of a son. MARRIAGES. Yesterday, the 4th inst., Miss Sarah Anne Parry, daugh- ter of the Rev. Mr. Parry, Wesleyan Minister, to Mr. Robert Saunders, of Pembroke Dock. On the 26th ult., at the office of the Superintendent Regis- trar, Swansea, Mr. Win. Morris, engineer, of Treboth, to Mrs. Anne John, of Landore. On Thursday, the 4th of April, at Steynton church, Mr. Thomas Hughes, publican, of the Bristol Trader," Milford, to Mrs. Evans, relict of Captain Evans, of the brig Charlotte. DEATHS. On Sunday last, Eliza, daughter of Mr. George Warlow, saddler, of this town, aged three weeks. On Monday last, the 1st of April, Mary, daughter of Mr. J. Williams, of Silver Hill, in this county. On Wednesday last, Cornelius Phelps, the youngest son of the late Rev. Thomas Drigstocke, vicar of Llawhaden, in this county, aged thirty-three years. On Sunday last, at Hubberstone, the Rev. Isaac VY. Jones, at the advanced aged of 89—having been curate .and rector of that parish 65 j-ears. On Saturday last, at the advanced age ot 101 years, Martha Smith, of Yerbeston, in this county. She was the school- mistress of the charity-school of the parish for a long series of years in which occupation she continued until nearly the time of her decease, with faculties almost unimpaired. On Saturday last, the 30th ultimo, at Cuffern, near this town, in the 68th year of his ago, John Stokes Stokes, hsq., Deputy-lieutenant, and late coroner for the lower division of this county. 1 i i On Friday last, aged 55 years, sincerely and deeply re- gretted, Hannah, the beloved wife of Mr. James Davies, spirit merchant, of Fishguard.

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