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USK. FUNERAL op ME. JAMKS WILLIAMS.—On Tuesday last, the mortal remains of our late respected and much lamented townsman, Mr. James Williams, were borne to their resting place in Usk Churchyard, attended by a number of the principal tradesmen and others of the town and neighbourhood. The procession moved from the house shortly after twelve o'clock in the following order:- Undertaker-Mr. H. Nicholas. Rev. S. C. Baker (vicar). Rev. George Thomas. Surgeon-A. J. Shepard, Esq. Mr. W. Bull. Mr. James Parker. — Herbert Williams. — W. Stephens. FALL BKARERS. PALL BKAKKRS. Mr. W. Thomas. t-i Mr. W. H. Bosworth. — W. H. Clark. PH — J. Keats. — J. Etlwards. g — T. Dunn. — W. Price. 53 — J. Merrett. MOURNERS. Mr. J. Me.Gowan. Mrs. Williams. J. F. Powell. Mr. J.Benjamin. — F. C. Baker. — J. Jones. — Charles Williams. — Gould. Master W. Jones. — J. H. Prosser. Messrs. Richardson, W. Powell, and King. Miss Norris. Miss Burrington. Domestics, and other employees. Other inhabitants of the town and neighbourhoo d. The route to the Churchyard bore testimony of the universal sorrow of the inhabitants at the loss of one who had dwelt so many years amongst them, and found such a prominent place in their esteem;—every shop being closed, every blind drawn, and the streets strewn, for thj greater part of the distance, with flowers and evergreens. The burial service was performed by the Vicar, a large number of persons being present in the Church, and at the side of the vault.

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