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Family Notices

Family Notices

BIRTH. I ON THE 26TH ULT. AT MILFORD, THE LADY OF G. L. ELLIOTT* | ESQ. OF THE BOMBAY CIVIL SERVICE, OF A DAUGHTER. I MARRIED. | ON THURSDAY WEEK, AT LUGWARDINE, — HUTCHINS, LV>1* I SOLICITOR, TO MISS FREEMAN, YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF MI"8, I FREEMAN, OF THAT PLACE. AT PRESTEIGN, MR. WM. CAULDICOTT; OF WEGNELL MILL* I Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Rogers, of Wegnell I Farm, near Presteign. On the 2d instant, at Marcle Church, by the Rev. MY. On the 2d instant, at Marcle Church, by the Rev. Mr. Money, Mr. Thomas Morgan, of the Tump, near Monmouth, to Miss Watkins, of the Bounce, Herefordshire. DIED. At Llwydcoed, Abrrdare, on Thursdav last, the 9th inst. after a long and painful illness which he bore with Christian fortitude, in his 60th year, George Scale, Esq. one of THE proprietors of the Aberdarc Iron Works. He was a tender and affectionate parent, a warm and sincere friend; 110 considerate and benevolent master; and will long ba remembered by his surviving friends with feelings of affcC" tionate regret. At Maesvryddid, Monmouthshire, on the 9th instant, at an advanced age, Mrs. Davies, of Garth, Mferthyr Tydvil- ON THURSDAY, AT SWANSEA, BARBARA, ELDEST DAUGHTER | J. L. POPKIN, ESQ. SOLICITOR, OF THAT PLACE. I ON THE 3D INSTANT, OF A DECLINE, IN THE 20TH YEAR OF HER AGE, MISS ANN MORGAN, DAUGHTER OF MR. JOHN MORGAN, I PLYMOUTH, NEAR MERTHYR. ON MONDAY LAST, JAMES, THE SON OF MR. JAMES DOWLE» OF CHEPSTOW, SPIRIT MERCHANT. I On Monday last, at the advanced age of 7.5, much respected,after a long protracted illness borne with Christian patience and resignation, Mr. Walter Winston, many year*. | Clerk of tha parish of St. John the Evangelist, Brecon.. ON SUNDAY LAST, AT HEREFORD, MUCH AND DESERVEDLY 1 LAMENTED, ELIZABETH, WIFE OF MR. THOMAS PRICE, OF EWITH" INGTON, IN THAT COUNTY. I ON FRIDAY SE'NNIGHT, AT HEREFORD, IN THE 70TH YEAR | her age, Mrs. Thomas, relict of the late Mr. R. THOMAS* OF THAT CITY. HER DEATH WILL BE SEVERELY FELT, AND SHE LONG BE REGRETTED, BY ALL WHO KNEW HER. ON TUESDAY, AGED 60, MR. JOHN WATKINS, MALTSTER, °' I MONMOUTH. I ON THE 10TH INST. IN THE 39TH YEAR OF HER AGE, HANNAH I WIFE OF MR. WM. GRIFFITHS, OF MONMOUTH. I Yesterday week, aged 32, Harriet, wife of Thos. AveS, I of Monmouth. The poor woman had been very ill for some time, and her child, aged about two years, had ALS1' been unwell. Friday morning, soon after day-break. S'LC discovered that the infant was dead the afflicted mother uttered a faint shriek, sunk back in the bed, and, after is I few hours, she also became a corpse, leaving a husban few hours, she also became a corpse, leaving a husban and child fit objects for the commiseration of a HUMAN" and benevolent public. F On Wednesday last, at the Burcott, in the parish 0 Holmer, Thomas Powell, aged 72 for3'2 years thefaithf" servant of Mr. James Bennett, who, during that period* never knew him to be intoxicated, idle, or to utter a flise. hood! On the25th ult. in p, rttnan street, London, the DowagER Lady Sommers. fI On the 26th ult. at Discoyd, near Presteign, Mr. Eva Edwards, aged 88, and clerk of that parish 39 years. On the 17th lilt, at the Hundred House Inn, Llansa'0 fread, Radnorshire, MR. James Lloyd, for many >'EAR clerk to the Magistrates of the hundred of Cbllwyn.. Lately at Darren Fellen,. Clydach, L'.anelly, Susanna Davies, aged 103. On the 22d ult. at Fairy Hill, in this county, after severe and short illness of thirty hours, Ann Shaftsbury. the wife of the Rev. Samuel Phillips, Rector of Puddingto"' Devon, and Vicar of Llanddewi, Glamorgan, eldest daug»L of the late Francis Horsley, Esq Little Hallingburv, ESSE*^ and neice to the learned Dr. Horsley, formerly Bishop 0 St. Asaph. The mild dignity of her manners, the ACTLJ(> benevolence of her character, and her firm adherence the doctrines of the Reformation, combined in such BE* I tiful harmony, as to shed a lustre even on the sphere h which she moved as the wife of a Minister of Christ. J principles which influenced her conduct during life, CNAB'E^ I her to bear the pains of the last hour with EXEMPLI; I fortitude and Christian resignation, and, raising her | the fear of dissolution, taught her to anchor her soul on RI' | who has deprived death of his sting, and the grave of 1 victory.. »H« I On Wednesday week, of a rapid consumption, in_'1 I 21st year of his age, William, only son of Mr. Will'* Thomas, painter, &c. of Swansea. On the 3d instant, at Swans; aged 35, Mr. Thorn" Baugh, shipping agent to the Lairdore Colliery Co. on Sir In his 57th year, Vice-Admiral the Hon. Sir Hn\. Hotham, K. C. B., Commander in Chief of the Squadron in the Mediterranean, formerly a Lord of t Admiralty.. of In London, on the 5th inst. Herbert, youngest son the Hon Robert and Lady Harriet Clive. il» May 4, the Countess de Grey, at her residence St. James's square. On the 3d instant, at the house of her son-in-law, J. Lewis, diaper, Carmarthen, in the 79th year of ber 8; Mrs. Evans, widow of the late Mr. David Evans, of Ccopers' Arms, in Lammas street. -Her demise wil1 long regretted by her family and friends. Her Chris"" a faith supported her through a long and painful illness, her end was peace. [In our obituary of last week was inserted the DEMISE the Rev. William Thorpe at Bristol. WE are find, in the respectable print from which we extracted statement, a notice saying that it is wholly erroneous.]^ statement, a notice saying that it is wholly erroneous.] MERTHYR TYDVIL Printed and Published e WILLIAM MADAHKt), at the Office, High Stfee where Orders, Advertisements, Communications) arc requested to be addressed.

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