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DEATH OF MRS. DAVID RCSSER, OF PONTYPRIDD. We regret to announce the death of the above earned lady, which melancholy event took place at seven o'clock on Sunday night. The departed had been ailing for several montha, and a week ago aJarmiag symptoms made their appearance. But she subsequently revived, and her nameroaa friends were sanguine that a changa for the better had set in, and that she might yet recover. So free from alarm were her friends that aome of them went to the evening service. She conversed freely in her usual cheerful manner until seven o'clock, when alarming symptoms appeared suddenly, and ehe* paaeed away immediately after without a struggle. Mrs. Roaaer, who was 36 years of age. waa the only daughter of the late Mr. David Williams (Ata.w Goon), Ynysoynon, Aberdare, and aiater of Mr. GwUvm Williams, Miakin Manor, stipendiary magistrate for Pontypridd. The last named and hia Wlfe had been constant in their attendance upon the suSerer during her fatalillnosa. Much sympathy is felt in the town and neighbourhood for Mr. Boaaer and his two little orphan daughtera in their sad bereavement. At Aberdar&, whore Mra. Roseer had always lived until rao3ntly, and where she waa universally beloved, not only aa the daughter of the popular Alaw Gooh, but for her r .vn excellent qualities, her death will ba folt by all ciMMB M tae !oM of a personal friend.

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