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1RUOSE PETTY SESSIONS.

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PEMBROKE

PEMBROKE-DOCK.

MILFORD.

NARBERTH.

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS Notices of Births, Marriagef, and Deaths, should be sent to us in Manuscript, properly authenticated. Wecannotunder. take to search other papers for these announcements, which are frequently found o be incorrectlj printed, or turn out to be untrue. BIRTHS. On the 15th inst., at the Post Office, Johnston, the wife of Mr Rees, of a son. On the 16th inst., the wi'e of Me George D. Maurice tailor, Llysyfrane, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 6th inst, in St Ma hews Church. O klev sqafiW London, by the R -v Chnrie8 Phil'ips, Mr Junes rboa>a«' cahinet-ntaker, formerly of St. Thomas Green, in this town), to Misti Thomas, of Narberlb On the 16th inst.. at St John's Church, Pembroke- dock, hy the Rev Fuzroy Keily, LL D., C-»pt Morgan of Fishguard, to Kate, third daughter of R J. Thomas' E-q, Castle Hill, Fishguard. On the 2nd UII, at St Peter's Church, Fir' William, hy the Rev F O Mayne, M A., John C&\l' O t, Esq ot Cn). euttd, to Lucy. yourige-t dauaht. r of the late Veueiable John Williams, Archdeacon of Cardigan. DEAlflS. On the 22nd instant, at Merlin's Bridge, James, SOB of Mr James Morgan agedf 16 years. On the 19:,h instant at Llandigige, John Williams; Esq, aged 68 years. On the 6th inst, at the residence of her son-in-law Sergeant-Major P.ddon, C.Y.C., Pembroke, Mrs Ann Rough, aged 79 years On tbe 17th inst at'Merlin's Bridge, Fmma Maria eldest daughter of Mr Ja ues Morgan, aged 17 On the 16th inst., at, Templeton, near Nirbertb, of childbirth, the wile of >lr George Mabe, butcher, aged 40 years. On the 11th inst, at Eastwood, near Narberth, Letois Howells, Esq. asied 59 On 'he 11th inst., at Maesmynacli, in the county of Cardigan, Evan Evans, Esq. tn his 80 h vear. He was the eldest brother of the lute Rev Daniel Evans, B.D. C Daniel Ddu, o Gerediaion) He lived respected and di"d regretted. His end WHS peace. Lately, at S' Louis, U" S..America; Mr E. R. Morris, ldest son of Mr Simuel .Morris, ot Rbyd-Lewis, Caroi- ganshire, nged 26 years On tbe 11th inst-, at Waterloo Terrace, aged 86, to the inexpressiole grtet of her family and friend-, Saraft rdlct of the late Mr Thomas Parry, auctioneer, Carmar- then. On the 10th in>t. at Portman--quare, Sir James Wil- liams Diuininorul, B .rt, of H wthorndon. Midlothian, and E'lwinstord, Cdrmartheiishire, in the 53rd year of fits as>e.

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