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SOUTH WALES RAILWAY.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. --+---

CARDIFF POLICE.—JUNE 28, 1845.

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

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To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

TOTAL LOSS OF A SHIP BY FIRE.

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. June 27th, the lady of Thomas Edwards, Esq., Clifton place of a son. June 27th the wife of Mr. Frederic Chapman, of this town of a daughter. June 28th, ,t Risca, the lady of Edward Robathan, Esq. surgeon, of a son. n July 2nd, at Cardiff, the wife of Mr. Richard Leyshon, sad- dler, of a soa. J • ou vMaRRIAOES. At Trevethin Church, on Tuesday, July 1, by the Rev Tho- mas Davies, M.A., Incumbent Minister M, A. Miss Eliza P. Carter, both of the town of PontVTDOoh t0 26th ult., at Skenfrith, by the Rev. G. D. Miller John Davis the church strewn with flower" byX'kSd'riSwS' £ ,*d to Miss Jane George, of Rodmarton, Gloucestershire June 3, at New York, U.S bv the Rov fi t b j 11 at thf rhi.rr.Vi nf ,e rtev- G- J • Bedell, rector M.D l £ Tr'nA1exander B. Cleland, Esq., youngest DAUGHTER at P I ^ment> to Fanny Kemp, the port of Bristol rU' Es(* > surTey°r of customs at Inn, Brynmawr, to Miss Elizabeth Jenkins, late of Merthyr. /•» i? .j DEATHS. son nf m tj year, Benjamin Price, youngest son of Mr. B P. Hyam, Monmouth. Last week, Miss Fanny Williams, who formerly kept the otamp-office, Chepstow. v On Saturday last, agCd 68 years, Mr. Edward Wrench. farmer, of the New Inn, near Pontypool. Vear o?hi?iL,,1,Vfpt £ ^l1'G^orge Brewer. Esq in the 70th an inhabitant Newport and\rneihlouSi)art S T residents in that town, his worth wasfoo weU in'to rej-dre a laudatory comment on his death Tn 1 H life Jie resided at Coalbrook Vale Iron y''ars ot thft establishment, where his loss S be s £ r,>w f f, "iT f the pleasure of hi. «cqaatauu^w,fci!. and Vi" on whose kinHK- v WUI experience the loss ol one acei? 13U1WiUfa j at Ilotwalls, Bristol, Sitw, W Jorden' y°un8est of Mr. F. G. Sherrard, HanifO^t^»a a ,sflort illness, aged 72, the Rev. Uamel Evans, Trinity Chape Carmarthen, who had been for the 1^ 3/ years a faithful Minister in the Calvinistic Metho- dist connection. Lat,e! ™ddfnly. TW« Lloyd, Esq., of Bronwydtf, one of the Magistrates and Deputy lieutenant of the co»nt>' of Cardigan. The sudden demise of this amiable and highly has cast a deep and universal gloom over the whole neighbourhood in which he resided; aad his loss will XSS 1 hW family and a l«g«™cie 0^ relatives and Bristol, aged 33, Mr.' n >'• Sl! S'(°f.lhe Arm of » Messrs. R. Fletcher, & Monmouthshire Mt' Richard Jeakins' of NeWP01t' wipfoJShL a! tYlA T^ect07' Abbotts, near Kos", fhp R^v KnK Majgaretta, the beloved wife o Strong The deceased lidy was great-niec of Governor Drake, of Madras, and was related t the noble houses of Heathfield and Paulett. Her father, th late Mr becretary Bean, was descended from the ancient fanul of Grant, of Grant Castle, now Earl of Seafield. May & at Beyrout, the Rev. Henry D. Lecves, formerly of Wrjngton, Somerset, minister of the English Episcopal church at Athens, and for upward, of 26 years agent to the British and Foreign Bible Society.