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gpmagis auft giatfts. BIRTHS. Edwards—April 14, the wife of Mr J. Edwards, Bryn Edwyn, Garth, Ruabon, of a son. Qough—April 18, at Rhyl, the wife of Mr George Gough, Queen's-terrace, Morecambe Bay, of a daughter. Jones—April 16, the wife of Owen E. Jones, Esq., of Ty'n-yr-heol, Amlwch, of a son. Jones—April 4, the wife of Mr Thomas Jones, Quarry Agent, Yr Eifl, of a son. kirk-April 19, the wife of Dr Kirk, Orchard House, Carnarvon, of a daughter. I<ewis—April 14, at Henllys, Beaumaris, the wife of Mr T. L. Hampton-Lewis, of a daughter. 1Joyd-April18, at 13, Gloddaeth-crescent, Llan- dudno, the wife of Mr Edward Lloyd, of a son. farry—Mardt 22, the wife of Mr Henry Parry, Hafod-terrace, Carnarvon, of a son. MARRIAGES. Crawshay—Oakes—April 17, at St George's, Han- over-square, London, by the Rev Capel Cure, rector, Richard Frederick, youngest son of the late Mr Robert Thompson Crawshay, of Cy- farthfa Castle, Glamorganshire, to Tempe Isa- bella, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Teddy Oakes. Davies- Williams-April 15, at the English Con- gregational Church, Mold, by the Rev D. Bur- ford Hooke, pastor, Mr Robert Davies, Soughton Farm, Northop, to Sarah Williams, Monachlog, Northop. Griffiths—Williams — April 14, by license, at Zion Chapel; OsWestry, by the Rev 0. Thomas, D.D., Liverpool, in the presence of Mr J. W. Davies, registrar, the Rev J. Griffiths, Penmaenmawr, to Eliza, second daughter of Mr J. Jones, Llwyn- mapsis, Oswestry, and widow of the late Mr J. Williams, Dinorwic House, Carnarvon. Griffith-Thomas -April 15, at Llanrug Chapel, by the Rev G. T. Parry, Llanberis, and Mr W. R.. Whiteside, Mr David Robert Griffith (Granvillefab), Turner-street, Llanberis, to Miss Ellen Thomas, Penlan, Llanrug. lIughes-Lewia-April13, at the Registrar's Office, Carnarvon, Mr John Hughes, Pant-y-gro, Waenfawr, to Mrs Elizabeth Lewis, Segontium- terrace, Carnarvon. lrughes-Roberts-April16, at Capel Coch, Llan- beris, by the Rev J. O. Jones, assisted by the Rev G. T. Parry and Mr W. R. Whiteside, Mr Evan Hughes, Snowdon-terrace, to Miss Alice Roberts, Ty Capel Coch,-♦both of Llanberis. J ones-J ones-A pril 2, by license, at the Regis- trar's Office, Carnarvon, by Mr W. R. White- side, Mr Evan Owen Jones to Miss Laura Jones, -both of Ebenezer, Llanddeini ilen. Jones-Jones- April 16, at the Registrar's Office, Carnarvon, Mr Henry Morris Jones, Coed Howell, Clynnog, to Miss Catherine Ann Jones, Coch-y-big, Clynnog. aones-Lloyd-April 5*0, by license, at the Regis- trar's Office, Carnarvon, Mr Evan Jones, Ty Capel, Salem, Llandwrog, to Miss Sarah Lloyd, Cae-bongam, Llanwnda. aOnes-Robeits-At All Saints' Church, Poplar, Loadon, by license, by the Rev Simpson Jones, Captain Henry Jones, Cefn-y-coedg^Uchaf, Llanfaglan, to Miss Elizabeth Roberts, Post- j. office, Bontnewydd. 'Ones—Williams—April 15, at St Peter's Church, Everton, by the Rev S. B. Sutton, Mr William. j. Jones to Jane Ann Williams. oyd-Mills-April 13, at All Souls' Church, tangham-place, London, by the Rev Sholto D. O. Douglas, rector, the Rev Morris Lloyd, vicar of Llanelltyd, near Dolgelley, to Maria, second daughter of the late Mr Robert Mills, of Inkpen, Berks. Roberts —Davies—April 14, at the Calvinistic Methedist Chapel, Moss-side, Manchester, by the Rev Thomas Gray, David, second son of Mr Robert Roberts, Nant Cefn-coch, Llangernyw, to Ann, third daughter of the late Mr Edward v. Davies, Wern, Mostyn. ltoberts- Walker-April 19, at the Congregational Church, Westminster-road, Mold, by the Rev D. Burford Hooke, pastor, Mr Arthur Roberts, Mold, to Miss Mary Walker, Ty'n-twll, Mold. •Rowlands—Jones—Apul 20, at St James's Church, Upper Bangor, by the Rev R. Foulkes Jones, Slno.r canon of the Cathedral, Bangor, Mr ~jdwin Rowlands, to Mrs Ann Jones, Albion !Tk e^' Mackintosh—Richards—April 14, at St George's Church, Hanover-square, London, by p Lord Bishop of Llandaff, assisted by the Rev T aPel Cure, rector, The Mackintosh, of Moy Hall, Inverness- shire to Ella, only child of the late r Edward Priest Richards, of Plasneroydd, arriorgaushire, and granddaughter of the late ^amual Sir George Tyler, K.H., M.P., of Cot- ThonT' tlle Bame coimty. ri as7"i|loyd—April 13, at Llechcynfarwydd viru> u *-nglesey, by the Rev T. Williams, Mar- » l*cen8e> Mr Eclwexd Thomas, to Miss Iln^ n Lloyd,—both of Bulkeley .place, anerchymedd/ P XJannST^0nesT'^Pr^ at Salem Chapel, raas by license, by the Rev Robert Tho- Ww the Rey P W.Jones, Mr Tho- Catheriiip t ams» draPer, Penygroes, to Miss Williams—Post-office, Llanllyfni. Chapel, April 14, at Chatham-street B.A. (pastor)*00}' by the l*evs Owen Jones, J. Williams S Thomas, DyfEryn, Mr R. only daughter of w?i"wern» Dyffryn, to Mary, Parliament-street T-m Parry, Esq" of Upper NVilson-Green & rPOO1. e Live Hawaraen, Flintshire i at the Parish Chursh, Lyttelton, M.A., jjt** ^e Rev Hon A. Y. Wilson, The Laurels -RI 60n of Mr John Kent, to Jannette, fifth ^f^gton-road, Lee, Green, Wold House, HawX of 111 Thomas Wood—Williams—April 13, at6ri»_ D. R. Williams, rector of XowenEtl, Y Uncle of the bride, assisted bv £ '^88€?' Bevan, vicar of Hay, and canon of s the Rev William Manners WOOd St DavId s, Chartham, Kent, to Millicent Claw °f daughter of the Kev J. D. s'd=5 faster of Christ College, Brecon. e head DEATHS. o?*1—April 19, at Penybryn, Llangollen, in her o9th year, Mary Ann, widow of Mr Wiliiam Charles Booth, late of Twemlow Hall, Lan- j, °aehire. vans—April 17, at Beaumaris, John Henry, Be. jj^.°nd son of Mr Roger Evans, Menai Bridge. —April 10, at the residence of her son, erry-view, Abergavenny, in her 67th year, Mrs Ud Jv.r £ aret Haigh, of Higher Tranmere. Rhes—Jan. 9, aged 51, Mr William Hughes, v?°wn by the name of "Billy Hughes the Slner>" at Bodie, Mona Co., California, America. of6 ~esV*ed for the last twenty year in the Stateas California and Nevada. Deceased was a Jone?Ve*0f Anglesey. tv "TApril 12, after twelve hours illness, Anne, e beloved wife of Mr David Jones, Trefor Isa, Anglesey, aged 33. sart "March 26, Mr Owen Jones, Plas Llan- JOTIA Wtn' Pen-y-garnedd, Anglesey. Mn8-April 16, aged 18 years and 11 months, b„t?8le Jones, only child of Ebenezer and Eliza- Jones, Pen-yr-orsedd-terrace, Nantlle, ter prolonged and severe illness, which she o°re patiently. r^jTrApril 15, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr uham Owen, draper, Albert House, Carnar- yon, aged 39. ,f Pierce—Feb. 22, at her daughter's residence, Ann, at North San Juan, Nevada County, California, America, Mrs Ann Pierce, wife of Mr John Pierce, of Tremeirchion, Flintshire. The family emigrated to America in the year 1838. Raleigh-April 19, at 27, Ladbroke- grove, Lon- don, aged 63, the Rev Alexander Raleigh, D. D. Rositer-April 17, at Amlwch, aged 25, Phoebe, wife of Captain Rositer, of the Flying Foam. Roberts—April 17, aged 26, Evan Roberts, son of Mr and Mrs Richard Roberts, 10, Garnons- street, Carnarvon. Roberts-April 13, at 100, Windsor-street, Liver- pool, in her 26th year, Ann Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr Richard Roberts. Thomas-April 11, aged 25, Mrs Ellen Thomas, the beloved wife of Mr John Thomas, Four- crosses, near Pwllheli, after months of severe illness, which she bore patiently. Williams—April 8, aged 60, the Rev Edward Wil- liams, Congregational Minister, Dinas Maw- ddwy.

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