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TO CORRESPONDENTS.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

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PEMBROKE-DOCK.

MILFORD.\

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BIRTITS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS, BIRTHS. On the 11th inst, at Milford, the wife of Henry T. Tomkins, Esq, C.E, of Ebury Bridge-road, Pimlico, of a son. On the 15th instant, at City Road, in this town, the wife of Mr Charles Owen, of a daughter. On the 3rd instant, at Kilwendeg, Pembrokeshire, the wife of Mr James Morris, butler to M. A. Saurin, Esq, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 20th of April, at Rio de Janiero, by H. B. ¡ M.'s Consul, and afterwards at the British Church by the Rev George E. Preston, Mr Arthur S. II. H. Hitch- ings, merchant, second son of Mr Thos. P. Hitchings, and grandson of the late Mr Joseph Potter, of this town, to Isabella, eldest d.iughter of Mr Thos. Scott Newlands, merchant, of that city. DEATHS. On the 8th inst, at Barn-street, in this town. Miss Jones, youngest daughter of the late Mr Peter Jones, of Belmont much regretted by a large circle of friends. Lately, at Si. James-street, Narbertb, Mr William James, maltster, aged SO years

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