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r TO THE electors fOF THE…

: PAPAL AGGRESSION.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS;

THE BRIDGEND MEETING—PAPAL…

CARDIFF POLICE.—MONDAY.

GLAMORGANSHIRE QUARTER SESBLO.NB.

VESSELS LOADING FOREIGN.

MERTHYR AND

ABERDARE AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.

NEWPORT AND NEK;iiBOURHOOD.

SOUTH WALES RAILWAY.

TAFF VALE RAILWAY.

T H E CO W B III L)G E [I…

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BIRTHS, MA Kill AG lis A (> DKATHS. BIRTHS. Dec. 20, the wife of Mr. George Ridler, Post-office Bute-street, Cardiff, of a daughter. Dec. 1(3, at Newport, the wife of Mr. Gethin" har- bour-master, of a daughter. Dec. H, at Newport, ,he wife of Mr. J. J.m-mo, J.,v„e Building*, of a daughter. Dec. 29 Mrs. H. L. Ilurnda! Northampton-rW, Swansea, of a dau"bfer. J)"l'. 21i, at the Green Dra¡!on, Sfr:ulll, Sn'a"!C*' The w. eot Mr. Henry 'of a c."rc,.t„:7; E,lward-strpct, Swansea, the of Capt. Collier, of a Dec. 2", at Bridgend, Mrs. Richard Jones, of a son. D.c..b. at Wyke, Surrey, the wife of the liev. M. F. Cheshire, of a sou. MAHRfAGES.. Dec. :11, at Tredegnr Church, by the Rev. William ilugiies, M.A., of Harracott, N.mh Devon, assisted by the Rev. W. Jones, incumbent of Tredegar, Richatd r othergill, Esq.. of Aberdare lion-works, Glamorganshire e dest son of Richard FothergiU, Esq., of Lowhrid. e House, Westmorland, to Mary, daughter of Wm. lloden Esq., and niece of Thomas Brown/E.-q., of Ebbw Vale Iron-works, Monmotthshitf. r ?»ew27' rU rM"Tr> Chulc'i, Cardiff, bv the RPV. I. 1. Wrenford, Mr. Job Miles to Mrs. Jane Kent o'' if. ship and Pilot Boat, CardifF. LViUi.Cm t! at the,.Uew WesIejan Chapel, Cardiff, Mr. ft Miiam ihomas, hroman on the TafF VJu u m Uiss Mary Griffiths, both of Cardiff KiUllVU-V' Dec. 24, at Maigatn Church, by the Rev. Richard .vans incumbent Mr. William Parham to Miss Lucy i-diff0!&. y s,uer of Mrs- Jenkins>°f yDec. 25, at St Paul's Church, Bristol, by the Rev. hi'rd d I °r' » ,UlHnl Rees> of IO Jane, iol:S,terot Mr",oh" s.ude' UUewir al SrUer8' Hal1 ChaPel< Cannon-stre-t, London, Ui. WHI,am Jones, printer, soa of Mr. Elias Jones, -ardift, to Miss Eliza Pooie.-both of London. Dec. 24, at Lotigdon Church, Worcestershire, by the ev. Mr. Hill, Mr. Joseph Newman, of l.on<;do:i, to I-litie, eldest daughter of Mr. David Williams, of Co ,v- Jridge, in this county. Dec. 28 (by license), at the Parish Church, Merthyr lydhl, by the flev. J. C. Campbell, Mr. Joseph Adam's ruiterer, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. Samu.-l ryltii 'nechanic' Pe»ydartan Iron Works, Mtnhyr DEATHS. Dec. 28, in Hselar Hospital, aged 19 years, Chri to i>her Henry Franklen, late midshipman of H.' M shin" Ganges, and eldest son of Richard Franklen, Esq,, of ^lemeiistone, in this county. Jan. I, »t bis residence, Crockherbtown, Cardiff ,eorge Insole. Esq., aged GO. Mr. Insole was an enter- prising and extensive coal proprietor and was mainly nstruraental in developing the resources of one of tlie most important mineral districts in this county. By his in ,he Dec. 31, at Llanwern, Monmouthshire, Thomas Bates Rous, Esq., formerly of Courtyrala, Glamorganshire. Dec..),atMaesyryddid. of apoplexy, Edmund Wil- liams Esq., aged 7U, who for many years faithfully /111,1 with the strictest impartiality discharged the duty as one at her Majesty s justices of the p^ce for the county of Monmouth. He was an aliectionate father, and his loss is deeply lamented by his children, and much resetted or a numerous circle of relatives and friends. Dec. 27, at Newport, after a tew hours' illness, need li5, Wm. Chessell, Esq., deeply deplored by his family and lamented by all who knew him. Dee. 29, i., the 33th year of her ngP, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. Howell Rtehards, Cyin yr Abei, EifhvysDan. J J Dec. 30, at Newport, Mr. John Haydon, many )elrs marker to the billiard-table at the Wcltgate lliii, iii that [own. Dec 30 after a short illness, Mrs. p«.mbro, landlady d the Market Bout, Stow Hiil, Newport. Dec. 23. at Glanonny, near Crickhowell, a"ed7.-) Irs. Davies, relict of the late David Davies, Esq., of Llangattock, Breconshire. She was much and sincerely Icloye:1 by all, and her death will be lamented by a t., :ircle of relatives and friends. Dec. 30, at South Gate Place, Islington, Load, Wary Ann, only daughter of Mr. '.V, I'. Ililev 1'. if Cardiff, aged six. years ami eisjht months. • Dec. 2j, at Torquay, the llev. Francis Court,, ourth son of the late Right Honorable T P U"'V' ^ourfenay. Dec. 2l>, at Brighton, the Rev. Andrew Brandrim AT ector of Keckenham, aud for 27 ve'J cspected secretary of tbe British -wfl p society. 1 1 "reign Bihle Dee. 21, at SheCicld, Mr. G e-,rrP \v-u- iftcr a few days' illness. 3 1 mndieliH'e, Dee. 31, after a litisrerinir illnno ,• licdunl Middleton. Calv«,t-stree' "li }P ,r' V r- :eased was considered oneof the Kn, ,?,ns"a' ruicipality. u Mii-ers in the Dec. nsjtjd Ji "harles Poole, (tve'r w'y'.t ie Gloved wife of Mr. Tec^l^' HU H'hu he, Swansea' hi°hl> "I of Iir. W, [Vf Inn.. 'pd .,ven

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