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BIRTHS. MARRIAGES. AND DEALMS. Communications under this head must be authenti- caj-ed l)y the name and address of the sender, otherwise no notice will be taken of them in the columns of the GUARDIAN. BIRTHS. T FHHE!i]TE'rSeptV14' at Paris, the wife of Llewellyn Edmund Traherne, Esq., (late of 60th Royal Rifles), son of Arorf 7r £ or&c ivVuerue of St. Hilary, of a son. -J A. ,\7 .?*'• 10* Abbots Woods, Gloucestershire. ODTDD o JV1U Crawshajr, Esq., of A daughter. LKJbB.—Sept:. 7, at Edward's-row, Neath, the wife of Mr. hidward Cribb, sculptor, of a daughter. Sept. 10, at Tyr-v-Cymla, near Neath, the wife of J^vansj fcsq-i of Eaglesbush, near Neath, of a sou. FOR ESI EH.—Sept. 4, at Richmond Villas, Swansea, the wife of W. H. Forester, Esq, of a daughter. LEVICIf.Sept. 11, at Blaina, Monmouthshire, the wife of W. Levick, jun., Esq., of a son. at Clifton-terrace, Maindee, Newport. Mrs. Fred. T. Boshier, of a son. MARRIAGES. 12, Resolven Church by the Rev. David Griffiths, vicar, Mr. David Phillinn tn DAVIES-ELIAS'mssof.N.a"tyfej!jad, in the above parish. DAVIEs ELI AS, Sept. 13, at Blaengwrach Church hv the same clergyman, Mr. Thomas Davies, to Miss Anne Elias, both of the parish of Glyncorrwsr LONDESBOROUGH SOMERSET. Sept. 10, at St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Rev. Orlando Weld Forester, Lord Londesborough, to Lady Edith Somerset. younsrest daughter of Emily, Duchess of Beaufort. GRIFFITHS-TROY TE.-Sept. 8, at Huntsham, Devon, by the Rev. P. L. I). Ackland, assisted by the Rev. R. Dunn, George Griffiths, Esq., eldest sou of the Rev. J. Griffiths, vicar of Llangunnor, Carmarthenshire, to Harriet, daughter of the late Arthur li. Dyke Troyte, Esq., and grand- daughter of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart. DEATHS. TOWNSHEND.—Sept. 10, at Raynham Hall, Norfolk, Marquis Townshend, aged 65. BOND —Sep. 13, at Paradise Plaoe, Cardiff, after a long and painful illness, the beloved wife of Mr. James Bond aged 38 years. ° WYLiX—Sept. 18, at Cardiff, aged 2:1 years, Annie, the r< J°hn Wyld of Bishop Auckland. HARRIS.—Sept. 10, Elisabeth Sewell, wife of Captain John Harris, of Cardiff, and granddaughter of the late Mr. Jas. Walters, t^Hsterand brewer of this town. DAVIES.-Sept, 15, at Caerphilly, of brain fever, Miss Sarah llavies, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Davies, bookseller asred 16 years. 1 SMITH.—Sept. 10, at his residence, Upland House, Bathwick Hill, Bath, Henry Bridges Smith, Esq., aged 75 a* aldorman and magistrate of that city. LAN E.-Sept. 10, suddenly, at his residenee, in Castle-street Hereford, Theophilus Lane. Esq., solicitor, registrar of the Deanery, and district registrar of Her Majeety's Court of Probate, and for many years Chapter Clerk of the Hereford Cathedral. GODFREY.—Sept. 6, at Grosvenor Place, Bath, Mrs. Godfrey aged 72. 1 ROGERS. —Sept. 6, at j3;vutswell3 Newport, Mr. Samuel Baldwin Rogers, aged 85 years. 0 REILLY. —Sept. 7, at V ictoria Crescent, Baneswell, New- port, Cnnstopher O Reilly, Esq., surgeon, aged 66 years- U. 1. P. SPEKH. Sept. 3, at the Vicarage, Skenfrith, of consumption, Georgina Isabella Sophia Brampford, infant daughter of the Rev. W. Speke. JENKINSo-Sept. 7, in Flannel-street, Abergavenny, after many years affliction, Miss Rebecca Jenkins, aped 60 years. WILLIAMS.-Sept. 8, at Usk, Mr. James Williams, grocer, &c., aged 53. PKT11IE.—Sept. 13, at Pontardawe, Swansea, aged 31, Jane, wife of Mr. Henry Petrie, engineer on the Swansea Valley Railway.

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