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BIRTHS. Nov 8. at Tredegar Iron Works, Monmouthshire, the lady of R fcothergill, Esq. of a son and heir. On Ileday last, the wife of the Llev. It. Owen, Wes- leyan Minister, Crickhowel, of a son. On the 1st insta-it at Parkvgors, in the county of Cardi £ a(Vn f 0< W Weblc-V Parry, jun. Esq. of a son. n( hi. \i y> ":ormnS last> the lad> of T. Edwards, E*q. born JCSt*S Packet-otrice, Mdford, of a daughter, still n vr MARRIED. on>,ay 'ast» at Abergavenny, Mr. E. D. Boulter, of place t0 Ciiurlotte Jane Phillips, of the formef ,j*Aansca' on Tuesday last, by the Rev. Dr. Hewson, 'x/ K r rsw t0 Miss Fanny Gwynne, niece to Mrs. aw y, of tile same place, spirit dealer. „ Wednesday week, at St. Mary's, Swansea, by the r CV •«/' '*ews0il> Mr. Jjhn Bowen, of the Yniscedwyn iron Works, to Miss Eiuabeth Jenkins, eldest daughter of e 'ate ^Ir- J^hn Jenkins, of JVluddlescombe, near Kid- welly, Carmarthenshire. On the 4th inst. at St. Peter's Church Carmarthen. L-. John Lewis, eldest son of Mr. Lewis, Ciawddeoch lun, n?a5,f^Jnlw''> Carmarthenshire, to Mary, the only daughter of Mr. Edward Evans, Quay-street, Carmarthen. Oil the l,t iiist. at Llandrind id, Mr. Henry Hamer, of Black friars-road, London, to Catharine, eldest surviving daughter of the late Thomas Whittall, fisq, 01 Baily luon, in the county of Radnor. Lately, in the parish of Mawgan, near Helston, Corn- wall, Jahn Davcy and. James Davey, brothers, to Harriett and Louisa Bartleti, sisters; ami J >hn Bartlett, brother of the brides, to Susan Davey, sister ot the bridegrooms first mentioned. On the 28th ult. at St. Margaret's, Westminster, Thos Slater, lisq. of the island of Nevis, to Frances Maria, youngest daughter of John Mark-C tetle, Esq. formerly of the Glamorgan Militia, and of Ash Hall, in that county. On I'uesday week, at Cheltenham, John Cadle, Esq., of the Moat House, Newent, to Mrs. Rickards, of Priory- street, Cheltenham. Nov. 4, at St. Martin's Church, Birmingham, John Bird, Esq. of Birmingham, and Dinas-y-Mowddwy, North Wales, to Caroline Elizabeth, second daughter of John Beardsworth, Esq. of the former place. DIED. Oct. 30, at Ventnor, Isle of Wight, the Rev. Courthope Sims, iVI. 1). aged 38, only son of the late John Sims, 1.J). On Sunday week, at Hereford, in the 16th year or Ins age, Henry, eldest son of Mr. H. Hughes, of the Here- fordshire liank. bame day, aged 77, Nlrt. Williams, of the Church House, Madley, Herefordshire. On Wednesday week, at the advanced age of 901years, deservedly regretted, Mrs. Llewellyn, relict of the late Mr-Wiliiarn Llewellyn, weaver,Carmarthen. She retained excellent health till within half an hour of her death. On Saturday week, at the advanced age of 73, Mr Oak- ley Hopkiu, of Cathargoed-issa, in the parish of Llanfi- hangel Aberbythych, oeservedly respected by a very numerous circle, tamily and friends. On Monday week, at Haverfordwest, Wythan, infant son of the Rev, Hugh Gwynne Evans, Rector of Freystrop, P embrokeshire. On the tihinst. at Freestone Hall, in the county of Pembroke, Anne, second daughter of James Allen, Esq. after a lingering illness, fwhich she bore with the most exemplary fortitude. On Saturday week. at Manorbeer, Pembrokeshire, after a short but severe illness, borne with the greatest fortitude, Rosa Oenia, aged 15, the .'only daughter of the Rev. George Devonald, of Llanfihangel-pcnhedw. In lici-cen. tered every virtue that could adorii the character of a young fen.ale of her age, and she died in the hope of a resurrection tili-ougli the merits of her Redeemer to another and a hetter life. On the 3d instant, at Cwm, much regretted, David Thomas, for upwards of 30 years carrier from Newcastle- hmiyu to Carmarthen. He was an honest aud trust- worthy man. On the 2.1 inst. aged 84, Mr Cruropton, of Little Birch Herefordshire,whose huuest disposition and goodness of mind endeared him to a large Circle of friends and ac- quaintances. On Monday the 4th inst. at Whit-on, in the county ol Rad nor, d"epiy lamented by her relatives and acquaintance, aoed 13 years, Eliza Maria, youngest daughter of the licv. John Jeukins, vicar ut Nortou, in the same county.

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MONMOUTHSHIRE

BRECONSHIRE.

- GLANBRANE PARK ESTATE.

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