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TIIE MARRIAGE OF THE MARQUIS OF BUTE. We are enabled to announce that the marriage of e Marquis of BUTE to the Hon. Miss GWENDALINE ^V'AIII) will be celebrated in the month of April. tTj llls information, we are sure, will be received with the greatest gratification by all onr roadars, and with esPecial pleasure by the inhabitants of Cardiff, whose felicitations, when we made the announcement the marriage, betokened the deep interest they take n his lordship's welfare, and the earnest wishes they ave for the future of one so intimately connected with their town. The fair fiancee arrived at her 18th birth- Wednesday, 21st inst., on which occasion there rejoicings at Glosop Hall, in which the Marquis of Cte was a participator. The philanthropy and many n'tg of broad-hearted charity of Lord Howard, and the aimhble disposition and kindly characteristics of the lady in whom Cardiff now takes such a deep in- fest. have given the HOWARD family a high place in affectionate regard of the people of Glossop and the ^ghbouring district. That regard has been quickened and intensified by the auspicious event now so closely ^Pproaching, and the marriage of the eldest daughter of 16 ancient family, who have so long lived in their will be hailed in that part of Derbyshire with a equal to that which the same tidings will excite *°Ughont the county of Glamorgan.

ALLTWEN.

p HAVERFORDWEST.

A „PENARTH.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. --------

TROEDYRHIW.

TONYREFAIL.

.PEMBROKE.

Jimpcrial lpv!tament .

'W■—IIII MERTHYR.

NEATH.

ST. NICHOLAS.

CARDIFF.

NEWPORT.

CARMARTHEN.

SWANSEA.

BRIDGEND.

MAESTEG

COWBRIDGE.

LL ANTRISS AN T.

WHITLAND.

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