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BIRT as, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. BIRTHS. On the 20th inst., at St. Mary's-street, in this town, the wife of Mr Thomas James, currier, of a daughter. On the 28th hit., at Wiston, the wife of Mr Watts, master stonemason, of a daughter. Lately, at Narberth Road, the wife of David Jones, druggist, of a son. On the lOthinst the wife of Mr Lewis Morgans, of the Poyer's Arms, Templeton, near Narberth, of a son. On the 10th inst., at Lletterderwin Cottage, Llechryd, the wife of Mr Thomas Morgan, late butler to Colonel Saunders Davies, of Pentre, of a daughqr. MARRIAGES "1_11 On the 12th inst., at Portsbead, Edwin Thomas, Esq., of Narberth, to Miss Graham of Rushacre, Narberth. Oh the 13ch inst., at the Register Office, Pembroke, Mr George Williams, eldest son of Mr Thomas Williams, bootmaker, New Milford, to Martha, eldest daughter of Mr David Lloyd, blacksmith, Prendergast, in this town. Oft the 19th instant, by licence, at Llawhaden Church, by the Rev. David Jones, Mr Benjamin Morgan, of Mol- leston Baok, Narberth South, to Susan, daughter of Mr Phillips, of The Cots, Minwear. DEATHS. On the 16tb inst., at Canton's Terrace, City Road, in this town, Emma, second daughter of Mr J. Harvey, aged 22, beloved by her relatives and respected and deeply regretted by a large circle of frifends and acquaintances., The deceased was for, many years a most Consistent mem- ber of the Wesleyah body in this town; ".1 On the 16th instant, at Catershook Gate, in this county, Ann, the wife of Mr Thomas Davies; aged 42 years. On the 12th inst., at Tenby, Mrs E. Walters. Last week, at Tenhy, Mrs Williams, youngest daughter of the late Mr Thomas Sleeman. On Sunday, the ;13th instant, at his residence, Parade, Carmarthen, aged 68, the Rev. David Lloyd, L.L.D. Prin,cipal-of,the. Carmarthen Presbyterian College for the last 29 years,, and minister of the Unitarian congregation of. Carmarthen. ,r. On the 1.1 tb inst., in his 40th year, Mr Thomas Thomas, commercial traveller, John-street, Carmarthen, and formerly landlord of the Gloucester Arms. 08 the 20th inst., Mellinda Eliza, aged 19 years, eldest daughter of George and Melinda H. Baker, of Manor Terrace, Walworth, formerly of this county.

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