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South Wales Turnpike Trusts.




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Glamorganshire Quarter Sessions.

Family Notices

Family Notices

BIRTHS. Sept. 28, at Glandwr Cottage, Crickhowell, the lady of G. W. Jones, Esq., of a son, Oct. I, at Bridgwater, the lady J. H. B. OarsUke, Eiq" solici- tor, of that town, a son and heir. Oct 7, at Bridgwater, Mrs. John Trevor, of a son. MARRIAGES. Oct. 9. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, by the Rev. Christopher Benson, Sir Robert Monsey Rolfe, Knt., one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer, to Laura, youngest daughter of the late Thomas William Carr, Esq., of Frognel. Oct. 9, at Wittey, by the Rev. Canon Wood, Chaplain to her Majesty Queen Adelaide, the Right Hon. Earl Howe, of Gopsall Hall, Leicestershire, to the Hon. Miss Gore, Maid of Honour to Queen Adelaide. Oct. 7, at the parish church of Eccleshall, Edmund Beckett Dennison, Esq., of Lincoln's-Inn, eldest son of Edmund Denni- son, Esq,, M.P., to Fanny Catherine, second daughter of th Lord Bishop of Lichfield. Oct. 8, at Walcot Church, Bath, by the Rev. W. L. Buckle. Vicar of Banstead, Surrey, Captain Arthur Pigott, of H.M. 89th regiment, to Jane, youngest daughter of Rear Admiral Buckle. Oct. 10. at the Independent Chapel, Cardiff, Mr. David Howell, of Cardiff, to Miss Jane Ford, of Llandaff. Oct. 8, at Llanelewith Church, Radnorshire, Hugh PoweU Price, Esq., only son of Hugh Price, Esq., of Castle M*4oc. Brecknockshire, to Mary Alicia, youngest daughter of the lata David Thomas, Esq., of Wellfield House, Radnorshire. Sept. 29, at Llanwarne, Herefordshire, by the Rev. William Bevan, Mr. W. Morgan, of the Greyhound Hotel, Abergavenny, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles Watkins, of the Upper House, Llanwarne. Oct. 12, Mr. Alfred R. Williams, to Mrs. Mary John, wine and spirit dealer, both of Newport, Monmouthshire. DEATHS. Oct. 9, at Dowlais, aged 70, Mrs. Cribb, relict of the late Mr. Edward Cribb, mason, of Neath. Oct. 11, in the 21st year of his age, after a protracted and painful illness, Mr. Richard Price, second son of Mr. Richard Price, of Great Frampton House, near Lantwit Major, in this county. Oct. 11. at Clydach, near Swansea, Mr. John Jones, aged 68 years, landlord of the Compass. Oct. 11, at Neath. Emma Hopkins, a faithful servant of Mr. Thomas Thomas, grocer, after twenty-four hours illness, boms with Christian resignation, aged 23 years «*.»sswd"1 vA«:s d'u!hto °r Mr- m»" Oet. 10, at Brrghton, Admiral Sir Ch*>-B" G,C.B., in the )'ear of his age, Oct, 5, at Tandndge Court near Godstone Sir William We lief Pep;)"s, Bart., in hi. 68th m^a^of'the S'» Ad- Svel-p8' *n Albany. John Ramsbottom, Esq., M.P., thirty- J ears one of the representatives of the Borough of Windsor. ct. 6, at Ilenbury.in his 57th year, the Rev. Walker Gray, for- nearly thirty year* cura.te and lecturer of that parish. Oct. 6, at the Rectory, Clapton, the Rev, Claudius William. Fonnereau, in the 85th year of his age, and 61st of his incum- bency. He succeeded his grandfather. Dr. Claudius Fonnereau, in the year 1785, who was fifty-eight years rector of the parish. Oct. 9, at Cople, Bedfordshire. Lady Agnes Byng, wife of the Right Hon. George Stevens Byng, M.l' and daughter of the Marquis of Anglesey. Oct. 14, deeply regretted, Anne, the beloved and affectionate wife of the$ev.« Wm. Jay, of the city of Batk