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Monmouthshire Midsummer Sessions.

The Burglary at Woodland*.

PONTYPOOL PETTY SESSIONS.—JUNE…

CARDIFF POLICE COURT-MONDAY.

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HAY—BRF.CONSHIRE.

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HAY—BRF.CONSHIRE. The Marriage, on Tuesday the 19:h instant, at Whitney, of the Kev. William Latham P.evan. Vicar of Hay, to Louisa, third daughter of Tomkyns D;«;, Esq., of Witney Court, attrac- ted a la'ce concouise of the inhabitants ot the surrounding neighbourhood, ",io. notwithstanding the utipropitious state of the weather, crowdrd the roads and footpaths letding to the village chuich, anxious to show their participation in thejoyons feelings of so happy an occasion, and their respect to the worthy famiiy of Whitney Court, by their presence at tl e nup-.iaig. Their anxiety was highly gratified in witnessing the Ploct,si()n of the wedding party, who were cenveyed in seventeen handsome equipages from the family mansion to the parish church, which, as soon as the guests had entered, was completely thronged with the neighbours from the surrounding villages and the town ol Hay. IVot less less than ten Lir bridesmaids, dressed in Pn almos' unifotm attire of white and pink, wete assembled at the a,tar, when the lovely bride, under the protection of her worthy father, added the principal attraction to the scene, by entering the church, taking her place cn the left of the biidegroom, who had been the first to arr,ve, ID company with the amiable mother or the bride. The ceremony then proceeded, and was most im- pressively read by the Rev. Henry Dew, who is the Rector of Whitney. The graceful and devotional appearance of the bride and her lovely attendants, supported by the gallant bridesmen and the distinguished guests assembled on the occasion, as they all knelt at the altar, afforded a more attractive sight than can be often witnessed in any neighboui bond and in the small re- tired village of Whitney there is scarcely an inhabitant who will not during their future years, recal to then recollection the pleasant and impressive spectacle. We observtd amonest the wedding party at the church, Lidv Cornewall and the Misses Cotnewal!, Miss Cotterell, the Ven- erable Archdeacon Yenables and lady, Mr. and Mrs. Masters, Rev. W. Masters, Rev. W. Domvile, with the Misses Domvi'e, the Rev. Napleton Peno\re and Lady, Captain Bartlett, Rev. Mr. Dunne, Mr. and Miss Treweke, Miss Norton. Mrs hevan, Messrs. Bevan, the Misses Bevan, Alr. F.L.Bodenham, Mr. and Mrs. Dew. Mr. Tomkyns Dew, jun., the Rev. Heniy Dew and lady, Mr. Edwerd Dew, Lieut. Frederick Dew, the four Misses Dew, &c. Immediately after the ceremony the party returned to Whitney Court, where a splendid dejune was provided, and ample justice done. Health and prosperity to thebrideand bridegroom was pro posed as a toasl and responded to by the hearty cheers of all the guests, who shortly afterwards repeated their farewell wishes to the bridal paity on their departure to Malvern. The gentlemen of the party then took their boat's on the riyer Wye, and eojoyed a very successlul fishing expedition uDltl they were again sum- mooed to partake of the hospitalities of the mansion. A merry dance succeeded, and the festivities did not cease till an early hout of the ensuing morn.

ROME.

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CITY OF LONDON ELECTION.

Shipping Intelligence.

Family Notices

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