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iSff&'rrtage*. MA* Church, Sap. 4, Mr. Thomas Pippin, tailor, to -Hiss .Eiii»»oeta Morgan, both of Blaeuavoa. Beatjjs. „.A' — ^eraychaa, Sep. 2, George Davies, machine-man, aged Abersycnan, September 4, Jeremiah Ryan, labourer, a<*ed • T r-j. ° a\r' snant' Pontypool, Sep. 4, Mr, John Evans, blacksmith, t-irTOU. b"i yGHT8. At Usk. September 1, Oliver Mason, aged 27 years Bulged ^1y^r^rm' Cwmcarvan, August 27' Mr. Henry -Do; 70 A ^;fL^Tm4,Tr^,r^V^^7ihaTreI Torymynydd, (found dead in hid beu), Aug. 31, Mr. Edwin Morgan, farmer, aged 35 vears. °S0'>r'^T"1 u-rC °- an aceideut with a tn.aching machine, Mr. Uriah .Harris, farmer, aged 33 years. "a'loweU, September 7, after an illness of only two tors, 1 ° for many years iu the service of S. Churchill, EJq" asred 67 years, A t*e residence of his fother, Glen Court, Llanllowoll, near l 8, Uianiille l.errers, second son of Alexander Wad- ° ° \t\d thf"' £ Itor' psk' 34 years. The deceased gen- r 5.! ot -^aputy-Recorder .of the Boroueh of Ji" s very generally and. moat deservedly respected.

2ISTSICT INTELLIGENCE.

JUSK.

LLAK VIHANG EL-NIGH- USK.

jLLAlTARTlI.

IMAMHILAD.

CLYTHA.

PONTYPOOE.

ABEEGAVEENY.

ABERSYCHAN.

CAERLEON.

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