LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE, LAMPETER.—The annual cere- mony of the conferring of degrees was performed at St. David's College. Lampeter, on Thursday week. In the list of those who obtained the B.D. degree we observe the name of the Rev. James Tasker. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL.—The annual treat to the children attending U cse schools took place yester- day. The echotarit assembled at the schoolroom, and having been arranged in procession, proceeded through the ptincipal streets of the town to Cashfleld, where they partook of tea. Af cr tea they indulged in a variety of innocent games, in which they were assisted by the teachers "ud many members of the chapel. On their return to. the Wesleyan Chapel, they were very ably addressed by the Rev \V. Rogers, and departed to their respective homes, highly pleased with the day's pro- Mediate. •' ■■■ ",coo: ;■ J J^HAVRFORDWEST PETTY SESSIONS.—In our report of these sessions last week, Benjamin Phillips, a complainant in a case of trespass, was inaccurately described as re- siding at Shoalshook. We are desired to correct the error, and to state that the complainant resides at Pren dergast Place, and not at Shoalshook. F.A IR.-The annual fair was held on Tuesday. There was a large attendance, and the fair was well supplied with stock of all kinds. Superior beasts met with a ready sale at a slight advance in prices on last fair, and a good business was done in other descriptions. There was a numerous supply of sheep, in which an active business was done at improved rates. The supply of horses and colts was also numerous, but for these there was little demand and sales were fe w. The pig fair will be held to-day (Wednesday.) SCHOOL TREAT.—The children belonging to the Portfield Gate Wesleyan Sunday School were given their annual treat on Monday afternoon last. There was also a goodly number oi visitors from Haverfordwest present. After tea the children, their teachers, and other young persons, indulged themselves in a number of gamcs in a field kindly placed at their disposal by Mr. J. P. Jones, of Sutton Lodge. There was also some singing, and the Rev W. R. Rogers made a suitable address to those present; and before separating votes of thanks were given to Mr Jores for the use of the field, to the Rev Mr Rogers, and to the parties who had kindly provided the tea. CRICMT.—A match was played on Portfleld on Tuesday between the Haverfordwest and Tenby clubs. Haverfordwest went first to the wickets, and ran up a score oi 152 runs. The batting was very steady, and occasioned frequent changes of the bowling. Sergeant Buckland contributed 30 runs by careful play, and Mr Trindall's wicket fell for 26 runs, which, with a little more activity, might have been considerably increased Messrs Saunders and Williams scored 20 and 19 re- spectively, which were cleverly obtained. The total score of the Tenby eleven was 50 runs, the highest in- dividual score being 15, made by Mr Smith, who played well throughout the match. Tenby entered on its second innings, but were unable to complete it by 6 o'clock when the stumps were drawn. The first wicket fell for 4; the second for 5, and the third tor 16 runs. Mr Smith was not out with a score of 14, and Capt. Kelsey was similarly placed with a score of 15, which included weight made by three overthrows. The following is the score: — HAVERFORDWEST, Sergt Buckland, b Capt Kelsey 30 C. Sanders, c Mathias, b Capt Kelsey 1 T James, b Capt Kelsey 3 R. Trindall, b Capt Kelsey 26 E. Saunders, b Capt Kelsey 20 J. William-, c Smyth, b Capt Winterscale. 19 J. Griffiths, c Smith, b Capt Kelsey j J. Davies, b Capt Winterscale 0 F. Saunders, b Oapt Kelsey. 5 A. James, not out 0 W. M. Phillips, c Smedley, b Capt Kelsey. 6 Byes 15 Leg Byes 3 Wideballa. 0 15 Total. 152 TENBY. Stewart, c and b C. Saunders 3 Smith, c Trindall, b Buckland. 5 Capt Kelsey, b Buckland 15 Smyth, b Buckland 8 Reyne, c Trindall, b C. Saunder3 2 Capt Winterscale, c Buckland, b C. Saunders. 4 Mathias, not out. 3 Capt Leach, c Phillips, b Buckland.. 4 Strackey, c Trindall, b»Buckland.. 1 Smedley, b Buckland. 3 Capt Bailey I b w, b Buckland 0 Leg Byes 1 Wide Balls 1 Total. 00 PEMBROKESHIRE MIDSUMMER ASSIZES. The commission for these assizes was opened at the Shire Hall on Friday evening, before the Hon. Sir William Fry Channell. His Lordship ar- rived from London by the 6 49 p.m. express train, and was conveyed in the carriage of the High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire, Mark Anthony Saurin, Esq., to the Shire Hall, where the commission was read and the Court adjourned. His Lordship at- tended prayers at Saint Mary's Church the same evening, where the Sheriff's Chaplain, Rev F. Leach, of Saint Petrox, officiated. His Lordship took his seat on the Bench on Saturday at eleven o'clock. The High Sheriff, we regret to state, was ill, and His Lordship was ac- companied in his absence, by Mr Massy, of Cottes- more. The calendar contained two cases ;—one a charge against a seaman named Hugh M'Lean, aged eighteen years, of wilfully murdering George Russell, also a seaman, on board a vessel at Mil- ford Haven on the 24th of February last; and the other a charge of publishing a defamatory libel. The names of the gentlemen in the commissions of the peace for the two counties having been read, the following were sworn A GRAND INQUEST FOR THE COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. W. H. Lewis, Esq, Clynfiew (foreman) R. D. Ackland, Esq, Boulston C. Allen, Esq, Tenby G. S. Bunbury, Esq, Rosehill H. B. Brady, Esq, Fernhill R. Carrow, Esq, Johnstone Hall, C. W. Cork, Esq, Crisboro R. P. Davies, Esq Ridgeway W. Fortune, Esq, Leweston J. H. Harries, Esq, Heathfield G. A. Harries, Esq, Hilton S. Harford, Esq, Clarbeston Grange R: Llewellin, Esq, Tregwynt C. Mathias, Esq, Coedrath Cottage, Saundersfoot H. S. Morgan, Esq, Rbydwen T. Mansel, Esq, Pembroke C. Prust, Esq, Tenby Baron de Rutzen, Slebech Hall G. R. Rees, Esq, Penllwyn H. Sanders, Esq, Tenby C. R. Vickerman, Esq, Hen Castle W. Walters, Esq, Haverfordwest J. Peel Stephenson, Esq, Tenby The following gentlemen composed THE GRAND JURY FOR THE TOWN AND COUNTY OF HAVERFORDWEST. R. James, Esq, High Street (foreman) John Brown, Esq, Market Street David Clare, Esq, Castle Square Henry Davit's, Esq, Old Bridge P. Ellis, Esq, High Street R: Greenish, Esq, Market Street S. Green. Esq, High Street T. Gwyther, Esq, Old Bridge J. Harvey, Esq, Paper Mills John Green, Esq, Quay street John M'Ewen, Esq, Bellevue G. Palmer, Esq, Castle Square W. Phillips, Esq, Market Street H. Pliilpott. Esq, Victoria Place James Phillips, Esq, Shut Street G. Phillips, Esq, Shut Street Joseph Thomas, Esq, Quay Street Richard Williams, Esq, Shut Street T. Williams, Esq, Hill Lane W. Williams, Market Street Hit Lordship charged the Grand Juries, congratu- lating them upon the lightness of the calendar, and giving them instructions with regard to the cases which would come before them. After the Grand Jury had retired, Mr Allen (instructed by Mr J. C. James) applied for the postponement of the trial of Hugh M'Lean, charged with wilful murder, till the next assizes, cn the ground that material witnesses were absent. Mr Bowen (instructed by Mr Price) stated that he appeared for the defence, and that he bad intended making the same application if it had not been made by the prosecution. The Judge ordered the trial to be postponed till next assizes. When the case of Martha Whiteside Williams (who was charged with maliciously publishing a certain defamatory libel of and concerning James Griffith, at Whitechurcb, on the 26th of January, 1867,) was called on, Mr Bowen (who appearad for the defendant) said that after a conversation with the counsel for the prose- sutor, they had made an arrangement which rendered it unnecessary to trouble the Court with the case. The defendant, and also the writer of the letter, had author- ized him to state that they were sorry the publication of the letter bad given the prosecutor pain, and that they never intended to attribute dishonest motives to him. Mr r, Allen, on the part of the prosecutor, expressed himself satisfied with the terms of the apology. and the jury, under the direction of the Judge (who remarked that the terms were creditable to both parties) returned a verdict of not guilty. NON-REPAIR OF A HIGHWAY. The Grand Jury for Haverfordwest returned a true bill against the inhabitants of the parish oftst Martin, foe. non repain of a highway. This concluded tbe business of the Assizes, and the Court rose.
C A R, M A R T HEN. —~ CARMARTHEN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.-At a meeting of the committee Cu Wednesday Mfjor Hiii i". chair, it was finally resolved to offefa Hundred Pound Prize this year, under conditions very nearly the same as last year.
A TRAGEDY IN ST. PETER'S, AT ROME,—A letter from Rome says:—' A strange event occurred here oil the day of the great ceremony. At half-past eight, near the chapel of the Holy Sacrament, at the moment when the bishops preceding the Pope were entering in procession and passing through the nave, a man of shabby appearance stabbed himself twice in the throat with a knife. His blood spurted out on those who surrounded him, and the gendarmes carried MOl out. Being at the other end of the building, I only heard a confused murmur, soon drowned by the chants. Pius IX., it is said, on being informed OF the incident, very grave from the consequence it might have of suspending the ceremony, ordered by his supreme authority, that no notice should be taken of it; and declared that if the temple had been polluted, he released it from all impurity. A canon came afterwards and had the pavement washed, and, recited some prayers over the spot. But what is to be thought of the accident, or the crime itself 1 Soote say that the man, not sound in mind, had been seized by a species of hallucination. This version 1: the least unfavourable. Others assert that he HAD tried to set fire to the draperies, and that in despair at not succeeding he wished to kill himself. He M fro"* CREUA, A mason by trade, and namedi Aohile Roui:
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HAVERFORDWEST POSTAL REGULATIONS Postmaster—MR BJlYAXT EVEXIS. TJP MAIL TO LONDON". Box Closes I Late letters with addi-| Departure of 4,34ip.m. I tionalstamp, 5.5. Mail5.15 p.m. UP MAIL TO THE NORTH. Box Closes I Late tetters with addi-I Departureof 10.45 a.m. I tionalstamp, i 1.10 Mail 11.27 a.m. PlasT DOWN MAIL TO PEMBROKE, PEMBROKE-DOCK, MILFOM VNI) IRELAND. B »x Closes J Late letters with addi- Departure of SJ.59 j»,m, J tionalstamp, 10 p.m. Mail 6 a.m. MOW# saw« MAIL TO PBMSROKE, &C., &C., AND IRELAND. 2-9 s Closes I Lute letters with addi- Departureof 1/3) p.m.. I tionalstamp, 1.30. IS!ail 1.35 p.m. London Down Mailarrives 6.3-5 a.m. Letters delivered 7.35 ».m. North Down Mailarrives. 1.50 p.m. Lettersdelivered. 2.50 p.m. First Up Mailfrom Milford, &c.,arrives 11.35 a m. Letters delivered 2,30 p.m. SeconrtUpMail from Milford,&c,arrives 5.30 ).m. Letters delivered. 6.0 p.m. The public are recommended when applying foi Ujney Orders, to use printed Application Forms,' vniich save time, and afford greater security than verbal messages against mistakes. N These forms are supplied gratuitously at all offices to any one requiring money orders. The commission on inland money orders is as follows: On sums not exceeding .£2. 3d. Above E2 do do £ 5 6d. „ £5 do do £ 7 9d. „ E7 do do £ 10 Is. The commission on.Money Orders payable in Canada, Cape of Good Hope, New South Wales, New Zealaud, Queensland. Australia is fourfold these suras, and on Money Oi-deils payable at Gibraltar or Malta threefold. No single order can be granted for more than .£10. A letter, book, or other packet, on which the postage has been prepaid in stamps, can be registered to any part of the United Kingdom for a fee of fourpence. All letters posted containing coin are now taxed with the reduced registration and an additiolla fine of 4rt.
HAVERFORDWEST RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. DRILL INSTIIUCTOK—SEKGEAKT-JLUOK RJHD. Drills for the week commencing July 8, 1867. ct cT J* >i >» ca « ff *2 £ £ u o 2 2 3 S iU 3 s> oj H I1" H Cn OT P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P..SI P.M. -1-1- Squad Drill 8 Target Practice JudgingDistar.ee II. Position Drill 9 9 9 Aiming Drill Battalion Drill Goaeral Muster 8 8 I. Fit in,- Target Practice j 3 5 5 BandPractice. 8 8 Captain for the week, Captain Carrow. Orderly Non-commissioned Officers, Col-Sergeants W. E. Johes, W. H. Morris, and T. Smyth. (Signed) X, PEEL, Lieut.-Colonel, Commanding 1st Administrative Battalion, Pembrokeshire Rifle Volunteers. 't :¡
RAILWAY TRAVELLING AND PUBLIC DUTY. A remarkable instance of the convenience of direct railway communication with the metro- polis and also of attention to public duty is furnished by the newspapers of this week. Those among our local readers who watch the progress of Parliamentary business will not fail to have observed that the member for Haverfordwest took part in the debate on the Reform Bill in the House of Commons on Monday evening, and it will hardly have escaped their notice that the honourable member was in his place at the Shire Hall on the following morning, presiding in the Court of Quarter Sessions for Pembrokeshire. We are not aware of the exact time Mr Scourfield addressed the House of Commons, nor how long he remained after speaking but we learn from the morning papers that the House as- sembled at four o'clock; that a number of different matters were disposed of before it resumed the consideration of the Reform Bill; and that some discussion had taken place in committee before the hon. member addressed the House. A reference to the time table of the Great Western Railway shows that the hon. member must have been at Paddington some time before 8'10 on the same evening- (at which time the train starts), and that he must have travelled all night to have reached Haverfordwest by Tuesday morning. These facts, which may be verified by any one who will take the trouble to refer to the news- papers, prove the great advantages of railway communication, and at the same time exem- plify very strikingly the energy and business habits of the member for Haverfordwest. It is not often that public men, filling offices with no reward or emolument attached to them, display so much zeal for the public service and so little disregard for their own convenience. But our narrative would be incomplete if we omitted to state that the hon. member's return to London was undertaken with equal promptitude. He presided at the Quarter Sessions on Wednesday, taking his seat on the Bench at ten o'clock. The busi- ness, which was unusually heavy, terminated at three o'clock, and in rather more than two hours afterwards, the hon. member left Haverfordwest by mail train, again travelling all night, and reaching London at' half past four o'clock on Thursday morning.-Herald.
TENBY. The directors of the Jjaugbarne and Pendine Railway have determined to abandon the line altogether, being now convinced that it would not pay. We are now reaping the advantages of an improved water supply. At this time of the year gloomy fore- bodings ot want of water filled the minds of the inhabi- tants, and a little further on actual scarcity became a serious evil. Not but that a sufficient quantity could be obtained in the neighbourhood, only great inconvenience attended the getting of it. Now, however, the unfailing waters of two springs have been added to the town's supply: away the horrible imaginings of e.xpected drought, a sufficient quantity is provided to flush the drains and render the present sanitary arrangements of the place perfect. We are happy to be able to state the quality of the water is as satisfactory as its quantity. THE LATE ACCIDENT. INQUEST. The inqued on the body of the unfortunate gentleman was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday,before J.C James, Esq., Deputy-Coroner, and the following jury :-Captain W. Rees (foreman), Messrs. S. H. Davies, James Rogers, It. Jenkins, A. S. Reed, C. S. Allen, James Morris, W. Thomas, A. Truscott, T. Thomas, John Smith, F.Bowers, and W. W. Rees. After having been sworn, they pro- ceeded to Norton House to view the body. They then returned to the Town Hall, when the first witness called was Wra. Lloyd, who deposed-I am a mason, and live at Neyland I was at Tenby on Saturday night last, and in the South Parade about a quarter to twelve o'clock; a man with a low hat on passed down White Lion Street, and went towards the Rocky Park I said good even- ing, but he made no reply I was talking to two girls at the time, Mary and Eliza Llewellyn; I did not know the man to be Captain Savage, but when I saw the body nest morning, I thought it was the person whom I had seen (n the previous night; shortly afterwards the girls left me and went towards the Rocky Park. Thomas Phillips, engine-fitter, employed on the Pem- broke and Tenby Railway, deposed-I live on the New( Road, Tenby I saw the body of Captain Savage on Sun- day last, about a quarter past six in the morning; I was coming down the line for a walk, and when near the middle of the viaduct saw something on the side or the signal lever; when I came nearer I found it to be the b' dv of a man be was lying with his face to the line, head downwards, and one leg on each side of the lever; I eould not indentify him,but a person named Page, who came up, did so, and also J. Nicholas, one of the Tenby postmen. George Chater, Esq., deposed-I am surgeon I was called about seven o'clock on Sunday morning last; I went to the railway station, and about one hundred yards from the station, just under the gun battery, I saw the deceased lying on his back he was dead and cold; I ex- amined his skull, and also the spot where he had fallen there was a wound, down to the bone, about two and a half or three inches in length, on the top of his head- judging from the state of his head and the height he bad fallen, he died from the fracture of his skull, which was enough to cause instantaneous death. William Lloyd, recalled-I was speaking to two girls in the Parade they left me and went the same road as Mr. Savage had gone. This being all the evidence,the jury retired,but returned into court in a few minutes,when the foreman stated that they were of opinion that the girls should be ex- amined, as they appeared to have been the last persons who had seen the deceased alive. Mary Llewellyn,deposed—I am single, and live on the Green I was in the South Parade about a quarter to twelve on Saturday night last; I saw Captain Savage going through the Rocky Park a man named William Lloyd was there, speaking to me Captain Savage went on by himself, and I stopped there nearly hali-an-hour after I then met my brother, and went home with him I never saw Captain Savage again. There being no other evidence, the coroner summed up, and the jury, after a short deliberation during which they did not leave the- court, returned a verdict of Found Dead.' In concluding our notice of this melancholy occurrence we cannot do better than quote a letter, published inour contemporary, the Tenby Observer 4 Sir,-I trust that the late fearful accident to Mr. Savage will act as a warning, and occasion several dan- gerous places on the tops of the cliffs near Tenby, where there is a footpath near, to be fenced off. The well holes in the culvert that drains the Vale of St. Florence should be paotected, as now there is nothing to prevent a child from falling into the stream, where in all probability it would be drowned. I trust that our active Mayor will, on his return to Tenby, endeavour to get these evils remedied. • Yours obediently, 'A RESIDENT. Tenby, July 1, 1867.'
PEMBROKE. PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS. COUNTY PETTY SKSSIONS. [Town Hall, Saturday, July 6th, 1867, befoue John Adams, Lewis Mathias, William Halm, and Nicholas A. Roch, Esquires, and the Revs R. J. H Thoma« and John Phelps. William Lloyd, a jobbing saddler, of Pembroke-dock was charged by Mr Robert Morgan Jones, clerk to the Pembroke Union Board of Guardians, with neglecting to maintain his wife, who had become chargeable to the common fand of the said Union. Mr W. 0. Hulm. of Pembroke, attended on behalf of the defendant The case was adjourned for a fortnight. Superintendent George Evans v. William Carrich. of Hoplas Farm, for cruelty to a bull, the property of Mr Griffiths, of Wogaston Farm. This was an adjourned case, and was further adjourned to the 20th instant, by arrangement and consent of the Bench. BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS. [Same day, before Wm Trewent, E4q. Mayor, and J. Dawkins, Esq, and the above Justices.] P.S. Robert Irving charged Richard BarrM., of Honey- borough, Llanstadwell, with allowing a foul privy and cesspool to be and remain, after proper notice to remove the same, on premises (his property) situate in Lewis- street, Pembroke-dock, so as to be injurious to tbe health of the inhabitants; and persona living in the neighbourhood thereof. Robert Irving sworn I am Inspector of Nuisances at Pembroke Dock. On the 20th ult. I had a complaint whilst examining the adjoining premises, occupied by Mr Peters. I looked over the wall into the court of the premises occupied by Sergeant-Major Vinch, in the upper end of Lewis Street. I saw there was a very offensive privy and cess pool there, and from enquiries I found that the defendant, Mr Richard Harries, is the owner of the said premises. I made a further inspection on the 25th, and found it in the same state. I served the oc- cupier with a notice on the 2oth, and the defendant on the 26th ult, to get the nuisance removed, but up to this day nothing has been done to remove the same. Order made to remove the nuisance by Monday, 8th instant, and to remove the privy to a more convenient place by Monday, the 22tid instant; in default the In- spector is given power to get the same removed, and to charge defendant with the expenses. George Hughes, of the East End, Pembroke, charged William George, master of the sloop Mary Ann, of Mil- ford, and Thomas Richards, master of the sloop Lettice, William George, master of the sloop Mary Ann, of Mil- ford, and Thomas Richards, master of the sloop Lettice, of Cardigan, with on the oth instant throwing a quantity of ballast out of their vessels near Quoits Water, in the borough of Pembroke, contrary to the statute in such case made and provided. The evidence not being con- clusive both charges were dismissed with a caution. John Lowe, a tramp (minus his right arm), was brought up charged with beinar, on the night of the 5th instant, drunk and riotous in Commercial Rowe, Pembroke Dock. Cautioned, discharged, and ordered to leave the town at once.
CARMARTHEN LUNATIC ASYLUM In the Carmarthen Asylum, there is accommodation for 212. On the 1st of January last. there were 174 lunatics in the bouae, leaving room for 38. The Con missioners recom mend the erection of new farm buildings. upon a better site than that occupied by the present old and dilapidated house?. They also suggest that the unfinished building at Job's Well should be made availa- hIe for the male patients working on the farm and grounds. This additional acconamodation would probably defer for some years the completion of the asylum in the erection of the two wings objected to by the Cardiganshire justices. We now come to a question of much interest, the cost per bead of the patients in Carmarthen as compared with other asylums. It ia hardly possible to understand what value should be attached to the tabular statement, Appendix C. in this Report. We can ourselves offer no explanation of the difference in the jharges, which in some cases is enormous, arising it lUa. be from the cir- cumstance that some institutions are more nearly self- supporting than others. But the asylum at Carmarthen ought to compare with that at Bridgend, for Glamorgan" shire. Now, if we take some of the principal items ia the table we shall find that Carmarthen is the highest. Provisions—Carmarthen 6s 4f J, Bridgend 5s 9id; Clothing -Carmarthen, Is 5d, Bridgend, Is lid; Salaries and wages—Carmarthen, 2s ll.jd, Bridgend, 2s 4^1; NeceS-* saries—eg, fuel, light, and washing—Carmarthen, Is l('f 1; Bridgend, I0|d, There are other smaller items, buMhe totil cost per head in Carmarthen is 14s 4|d, and in Glamorganshire, lis 5J. The consequence is that the charge per week for patients at Carmarthen has just been increased from 12s to 1*3, while at Bridgend there has been no change. Very probably this difference can be accoumed for, but the Report, so far as we can discover, does not do so. The cost per head varies wonderfully io all the asylums, but Carmarthen is the highest, and the next is Bristol, where it amounts to 12s Old. Then comes Bridgend, 11s 5d, Kent, 103 1, West Riding of York, 10s 6fd, Salop, 10s 4gd and Notts 10s 21d, On the other hand are Dorset, 7s if I, Birmingham, 7. 8d, Lan- caster, 7s JOd, North Riding of York, 8s 0 £ d, Hants, 8s 5f t, and Gloucester, 813 8id..Hut the value of these 4 figures depends entirely upon what they represent, and in the absence of any explanation we are bound to take H them as they stand. Then arises the question, is there any cause why the cost should be so much higher in Carmarthen than other asvhims, probably not 63 favourably circumstanced?— Wefohm'an.
BIRTHS, MAURIAG-ES, & DEATHS, Nctice? of Births, Marriages, and Death*, should be sent to us in Manuscript, properly authenticated. We cannot under- take to search other papers for these announcements, which are frequently found o be incorrectly printed, or turr out to be untrue. BIRTHS. On the 2Gtlt ult, at the Rectory, Narberth, Ae wife of the Rev 11. U 1). Chandler, of a dangbter. On the 30th ult, at Bryn Hill, Narbertb, thj-#ife of Mr W. Bryant, of a son. Oo the 23rd ult, at Parrog, Newport, PembrokssMire, the wife of Capt. David Mathias, barque Ondara'/of Milford, of a daughter. On the 26th ult, at New Milford House, Neyland, the wife of Capt. Lile, Trinity Steamer 'AtRus.' of daughter. On the 1st inst, at 34-, Ga^tle-sfreet, Hereford, the wi& of Frederick R. Keii 1,6oi, :->q-, of a Non. MA!?tffA(5ES. On the 27th ult. at the FWf-h Church, Islington, London, by the Itev John Green, M.A., Mr David Jones, Lewis, of Llwynceiyn, Llan wrdh, y&rmsirthenshire, eldest son of the late Mr Frederick of the same place, to Elizabeth Marianne, oniy child of Kev iienrv Jones Davies, Vicar of Cayo and and magistrate for the sahi county. No cards. On the 6th instant, at Saint DavitTa Church, Carmar- then, by the en. Archdeacon WiMianis, Mr Thomas Jones, chief cleric at the Stamp Office, Carmarthen, to Marian Leonita Se^unda, only daughter of Mr William Howell, Pentre Cottage, Carmarthen.- DEAlflS. On the 27th ult, at Dreenhill, HAV/J^cidwest Anne, wife of Mr BSenjamin Jenkins, of Dreenhill farm, aged 52 years. Deeply regretted by her num £ fro*«s ;amily and friends. On the 22nd sir, at Gellysivick, Mr Jim'ea'iffireenish, of Gellyawick, aged 62 years. Deeply regretted, by a large circle of relatives and friends. On the 29th uit, at Longford, Llandewv Vcifrey, Mr Job Morgan, aged 23 years. Lately, at Colt Lane, Robeston Wathan, Anny wife of Mr William Phillips, aged 89 years. I On the 22nd ult, at Templeton, Narberth South, Mr John Thomas, out-door pensioner of Chelsea. The deceased had been at Badujos, Waterloo. and other en- gagements in the Peninsular wnr, aged 81 years. On the 26th ult, at her West-street, Newport, Pembrokeshire, Pheebe, the widow of the late Capt. David Havard, schooner Phoebe,' of that port, aged 61 years. On the 8th instant, at Bryndissil, the Rev Thomos Harries, Vicar of Llandissilio and P.C. of Egremont, deeply mourned by his sorrowing family.