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THE ANNUAL MOVEABLE COMMITTEE…

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.-MAY 22.

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LONDON CORN MARKET —FRIDAY.

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. [Nfl nctioea,of marriages, birthor or deaths, will in future be in- serted, unless authenticated By th name and addresj of the sender. I C trills. On the 21st inst., at laca Villa, Maindee, the wife of the late Stephen Campbell, Esq., of a son. At Bedminster, Bristol, the wife of Captain Howe, of the screw steamer Avon, of'a son. On. the 22d inst, at the Royal Oak Inn, Maoghen, the f wife of Mr. W. Watkins, of a daughter. At Cefn I'a, near Usk, the wife of Michael Parker Smith, Esq., of a son. Oa) the 24th inxt-, the wife of Mr. George Nurse, assorter, of the Pontymister Iron Yy 0rks, of a sou. On the 19th inst., at Viaforia-siieet, Aberga-venny, the wife of Mr. Thomas Phillips, bootmaker, of a daughter. fttdtrtagrs. On the 24th inst., at Trevethin Church, by the Rev; J. Hooper, Mr. William Robins, to Miss Ann Griffiths, both of Trevetbin. Also Mr. Benjamin Davies, to Miss Ann Moi-gan, both of Trevethin. On the loth inst., at St. Mary's Church, Cheltenham, t Mr. Alfred Doward, of Alvoston] to Mrs. Mary Grin dell, of Day House, Tideuham, daughter of Mr. Joseph Rymer, of the same place. On the 20th inst., at-St. James's Church, Dover, the Rev. Calvert R. Jones, of Heathfield, Glamorganshire, to. Portia Jane, only daughter of Edward J. Smith, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service, and of No.3, Waterloo- crescent, Dover. At St. Mary's Chnreh, West Cowes, by the Rev. J. B. Atkinson, Ebenezer Davies, Esq., Swansea, to Eliza Jane f Caroline, eldest daughter of P. F. Bluett, Esq., of Gran- f tham House, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, and late of • Holcombe-court, Devon. On the 9th inst., at Malpas Chareh, Mr. Edward Williams, Mastor Archer, to Mary iane, the only daugh- ter of the late Captain Pierson, both of Sow Hill, Ponty- pool* On the 22nd. inst., at Lanhilleth Church, Mr. Job- Harding, mine contractor, to Jane, third daughter, of the late Mr. Adam Jjarnes, of the Toivn Forge, both of Sow Hill, Ponty pool. On the 26th inst., at Llanelly Church, Mr. D Evans, { draper, to Miss Charlotte Bishop, of the Griffin Inn, Brynmawr. On the 25th inst.. at the English. Baptist Chapel, Aber- sychan, by the Rev. S. Price, Mr. William JMpea, to y Miss Jane Boulter. v f ?3eatf)fr. i On the 2oth inst., at No. 8, Stow Hill.Newport,Henry, t infant son. of Mr. John Griffiths, builder. On the 22nd inst., at Newport, Mr. Edward Harrison, ^O n ^t hJ 24 th inst., at St. Mary-street, Banes well, Mr. 'TftiS 2 fiSio Upper, Mr. Thomas Row- ^Oa the 23d Hewport, Mr. James Warren, aged 85 t ^eon the 26th inst., at Lower Cross-street, Mr. William illiams, aged 64 yea.rs. On the 21st inst k at Dock-parade. Pillgwenlly, John J Brooks, infant son of Captain Sergeant. I On the 22nd inst., at Ruperra-street, Newport, Lewis Henry, infant soil of Mr. Powell. ) On the 24th inst., at Baneswell, Joseph, son of Mr. Gwyer, aged a years and 7 months. On the 2Gth inst., at Pillgwenlly, Selina, daughter of Mr. Griffiths, aged 15 years and 6 months. t On the 22nd inst., at Landevaud, Augustus, son of Mr. Morgan, aged 12 years. On the 24th inst., at Machen. Ann, daughter of toe ? late Mr. Matthews, aged 13 years. c On the 24th inst., at Aberoarn, Edmund, intant son of Mr. Jones.. i „ f On the 25th inst., at St. Brides, Ann, daughter of Mr.. F O^thelSd1 inst^at ihe of her brother, 18, Trinity-street, Cardiff. a|ed,27 year»* o On the 26th inst., the lalbot Inn, Tredegar, after a short but severe illness, Mr. Edmund V\ illiams, aged 48 years, much respected- On the 23rd inst, at Bassa leg, Mr. James Irwin, land- I lord of the Tredegar Arms, aged 49 years. Deceased was much respected by a large circle of friends. At Kensington, after a few days' illness, Mrs. Dowling, I relict of the late \V. Dowling, Esq., Over Wallop, Hants* On the 22nd inst., at his residence, 31, Old Market- street, Bristol, of consumption, Mr. Jame3 Henry Johns, stationer, &c., in the 26th year of his age. On the 19Lh inst., at the Field, Stroud, aged 40, Susan Author, second daughter of William B. Cartwright, Esq. Xewport and Cardiff, Saturday, May 29, 1858. Priuted for the Proprietor, EDWARD DOWLIXG, of Mount- Pleasant, Hill-street, in the Borough of Newport, by WILLIAM CHRISTOPHERS, of No 7, Commercial-street, in the said Borough aud published at the MEBLIS General Printing Office, No. 15, Commerei-ii street, Newport and at No. 31, St. Mary's. street, Cardiff, 1

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