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BIRTHS. On the 19th alt., the lady of F. Irwin, Esq,, of Ebbw Vale Monmouthshire, of a daughter. On the 19th alt., at Sull y Rectory. the lady of the Rev. David Jones, Rector of Pant-teg and Tredunnock, Monmouthshire of a daughter. SKAXLXtXSS, On the 19th nit., at Margam, by the Rev. W. B. Knight, 1\1r. Thomas Jones, second son of Mr Thomas Jones, superintendent at the Margain Tin Works, to Sarah, second daughter, of i]r Thomas Jones, ironmonger, Newport, Monmouthshire. On the 20th ult., at St. John's Church, Brecon, by the Rev W. North, Mr. Thomas Thomas, printer, to Miss Marg-arct Prosser. ° On the 31st alt., at the Presbyterian Chapel, Lammas-street Carmarthen, by the Rev. D. Davies, Theological Tutor, of the College in that town, in t'ie presence of Mr. J. W. White, the Re- gistrar, Mr. William Jones, cabinet maker, to Miss Elizabeth Wechio. This being the first marriage which has taken place at the above chapel, the number of persons congregated to witness the ceremony was immense,—that large building being literally crammed. The service on the occasion was solemn" and the address of the minister appropriate. On the 23d ult., at St. Mary's Church, Monmouth, by the Rev G. Roberts, Charles Rosser, Esq., of Gloucester, to Emma eldest danghter of Charles Tyler, Esq., of the former place. On the 22d _ult., at St. Paul's church, Bristol, John Jones Esq., of'Cardigan, to Ann, third daughter of the late Wm' Stephens, Esq., of Huntspill, Somersetshire. On the 23d alt., at St. Mary's church, Monmonth, Charles Rosser, Esq., of Ktloe, Gloucestershire, to Emma, eldest dnn.ri. ter of Charles Tyler, Esq., of Monmouth. D%ED. On the 27th ult., at Swansea, much and deservedly o-rpttpd at the age of 85, Mrs. Franklen, relict of William Franklen Esq. As a pious Christian, she might justly have said but to'me to live is Christ, and to die, is gaio"-surely, the memory of the just are blessed. On the 29lh nit., in the 59th year of his age, Mr. Henry Bowen, bookbinder, of Swansea, son of the late Mr. John Boweii of Penhaily, Cardiganshire.-a man of upright principles and whose loss will be sincerely felt by his friends, but more esne- cially by his disconsolate widow. On the 19th nit., in the Village of Nicholaston, Gower, John Macnamara, mariner, aged 87. On the 19th ult., aged 83, Mrs. Mary Morgan, widow of tbelate mr. Edward Morgan, Greenway, near Brecon. On the 24th ult., at Llanthomas, near Hay, and formerly of Clyrow Court, Thomas Tully, Esq., much regretted by a numerous and extensive circle of friends. He was well known as a cele- brated breeder, and, during a long life, contributed exteusively to the improvement of the Herefordshire breed of cattle in that and the adjoining counties. On the 27th ult,, at Goodig, near Llanelly, aged 32 years, after a long illness, borne with christian fortitude and resignation, Eliza, the eldest and beloved daughter of John Wedge, Esq., much esteemed by all who knew her. Lately,in France, Richard John Hughes Starke, Esq.,aged 33. On the 24th ult., at Llandilo, Carmarthenshire, aged 17, Rees, only son of Mr. Thomas Thomas, draper, of that place L itely, at Waungron, in the parish of Lampeter, Cardiganshire, alter a few days nlness, at the advanced age of 103, John Thomas, late of Teagnefynydd. On the 17th inst., at Oswestry, after a lingering illness Mr. John Lewis, budder. formerly of Mylod, Montgomeryshire, aged 40. & On the 14th ult. at her house, Abbey-street, Chester, sincerely regretted, Henrietta Margaret, widow of the late Griflitil Rowland, Esq., surgeon, and daughter of the late Rev. Humphrey Henchmau. • On the 21st nit., at the Rectory, Grosmont, deeply and deser- vedly regretted by all who knew her, Jane, wife of the Rev. John George, and sister to the Rev. W. Powell, Vicar of Abergavennv. On the 29th ult., at his residence, Sion-Hill, Clifton, in the 72d year of his age, Samuel Lloyd Harford, Esq. On the 26th ult., after a long illness, Alexander Walker, Esq., one of the proprietors of the Gloucester Journal; a gentleman whose integrity and honorable conduct had gained him the esteem of all who had the pteasme of his acquaintance, and by whom his loss is sincerely deplored. On the 26th nit., in Gros veitor- sq it are the Countess of Har- rowby, and in Grosvenor-streel, the Countess of Amherst: by the deaths of these noble ladies, numerous families in high life go into mourning. On the 22d ult., ilt Dublin, the Marquis of Ormonde, after an illness of thirteen days, produced by a severe cold. His Lordship was Hereditary Chief Butler of Ireland, Lord Lieutenant of the County, and Colonel of the Kilkenny Militia. -<

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