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DIONMÖUTBSIIIRE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I HHEHIFFS FUH. WALLS. -

-FAIRS IN DECEMBER.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE…

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BIRTH. On the 16'.h inst. at the Priory, Cardigan, the lady of G, W. Grithths, Esq. of a son, Yesterday week, at Neath, Mrs. M Whittington, of a son. MAKRiED. On Tuesday, the 26th instant, at Neath, by the Rev. E. P. Morgan, Mr. Tn.trnas Cilinan, spirit-.nercnant, of Cork, to Miss Deborah Morgan, fourth daughter of the late J Morgan, Esq. of High-street. The ceremony was after- wards peiformed according to the Catholic faith by tha ftev. J_imes Buttertield, of S.vansea. On Thursday last, at St. Mary's C lurch, Monmouth, by the Ltev. Williaiii flassell, Charles Harrison Poweli, lisq. to Miss Letiiia Catherine Boniface, both of that town. On 1 uesday last, at St. Nicholas Church, Hereford, by the Rev. 1. Wynn, B.D. Rector, T. Elliott, Esq. Sjiicitor, of that city, to Sophia Austin, eldest daughter of M. Mor- gan, Lsq. 1 icton-terrace, Carmarthen. On Saturday, the 16.h instant, at Henbury Church, Gloucestershire, by the Rev. Walker Gray, Mr. A.T. Will inolt, suigeon, floss, to Jane, daughter, of N. N. Wade, Esq. of the tormer j lace. Oil Thursday, the 14th inst. at Eastnor, Herefordshire, by the Kev. lhomas iliggins. the Hev. Henry Lawsou, youngest son ot the Rev. C. Whateky, Rector of Aston Ingham, to Anne, eldest daughter ot the Ltev. J Higgius, H-ee.or of bastuor c" On the 19.II inst. at Goodrich,by the Rev. H. C. Morgan, Mr. John Bedamy, chemist, ot Koss, to M iry.ouly dau.Miter of the late Mr. W. Fisher, of Bryau Court, Goodrich. On tile 9,1J inst. by special licence, at the church of St. PiAiicras, Jolin Morgan, Psq. formerly of Singapore, in the East Indies, now of Wharton street, Lower Pentanville, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of John Baker, Esq. of Gitihonger, -Herefordshire. DIED. On Satllrday last,-iged fourteen months, Henry,youngest son of Mr. Ricnard Harduian, of Hereford. On Monday, at Eyton Hall, Herefordsnire, after a few days lIlless, to the great affliction of tier family, and tne very deep regret of her friends, Eleanor, the wife of It. Weaver Evans, Esq. in tne 31st year of her age. On the 21ih instant, at the Little Hardwick, near Abcr* gavenny, Mrs. Morris, aged 93. On the 26th i istaut, at Ccin eich, Lanarth, Mr. Seth Tedman, aged 25 On Monday last, at Monmouth, in her 75th year, Jane, widow of the late Mr. Jjbu James, stone-mason. On the 22 t inst. in Loudon, Major Geueral J. C. BJU- tinck. On the 23d inst. at Worthing, the Rev. Dr. Wooll, many years Head Master ot Rugby school. On the 5th instant, aged 55, the Rev. Daniel William*, Vicar of Rumsey, Hants, a magistrate of that county, and a native of the neighbourhood of Caerphilly, On the 16th inst. Mrs. Frances Rosser, of Lisworney, near Coworidge, aged 72. She breathed her last under the roof of her old aud aliectionate friend Mrs. Markhain, at Nash, at which seat she had passed the early days of her life. On the lSth inst. at S)utherndown. near Bridgend, aged 62, M. lhomas Butler, said to be lineally descended from the Butlers of Dunraven Castle. all the 13th inst. at Bath, aged 70, Admiral Sir Herbert Sawyer, K. C. n. On Friday the loth near Newtownharry, Ireland, the Hon. F. ti. Howard, Captain ill the 90,¡¡ regiment, Ni. P. for Morpeth, and second son of the Earl of Carlisle. He unfortunately met with his lieath by leading out ot his cure ricle wtiile his horse was mil ling away. In Hoiles-street, on the 22J illst. Lieutenant-General S r Kenneth Douglas, Bart. Colonel of the 5Sth Regiment and tormerly Lieut.-CJI. of the 52d. On Saturday, at Fownhope, aged 70, Mrs. James, of that parish. On the 14th, at Easton Acton, (at the house of her bro ther-in-iaw, the Rev. F. S Wall,) Jane, wile of Lieut.-Col. Martin Wall, daughter and co-heiress of the late Humphrey and the Hon. Jane Hall, of Manadon, Devon. On Sanday week, at the Deanery, Liciideld, after eight days illness, the Very Rev. Dr. Woodhouse, Dean of Licit field. The Dean was in his 86th year, and was on horse back a fortnight ago; it is supposed he took cold, by which, added to his extreme old age, nature became exhausted. Dr. Woodhouse was installed Dean of Lichfield in IS07. On Tuesday week, at Monmouth, aged 69, Mr. John Jones, excise officer, universally respected. Same day, aged 60 years, Mary, the wife of Mr. Robert Moxham, of Trt.worgau Farm, Langarren, Herefordshire. On the 13th inst. aged 80, the Rev. James Caapmau, Rector of Daglingworth, Gloucestershire. On the 9th instant, at Monkland, Herefordshire, Mr. Morris, relict of Mr. Edward Morris. On Monday week, at Brobury, Herefordshire, aged 76, Mrs. Margaret Powell. On the 13tn instant at Pentre-tygwyn, near Llandovery, at the patriarchal age of 72, the Rev. Jetkkin uorgan, In- dependent Minister of the former place, Cefngarthen, and also of Bethel Chapel, near Glanbrane, lor 27 years. On Sunday week, at Bridgend, Pembroke, Mr. George Hurlow, merchant, deepi) lamented by his family and tha extensive circle with whom lie, transacted business. Ou the 15tli inst. T. P. Adams, Esq. of Pembroke. On the ldih inst. at Wood's End, near Pembroke, M-. Henry Garbutt. On Saturday week, at Stony Stratford, Bucks, in the prime of lite, John G. Pr therch, Esq. deeply and affec- 'Ite tionately ri grjtted by his widow and relatives.

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MERTHYR POLICE.

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TU THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE…

HENRY MORGAN, THE WELSH BUCCANEER.…

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ADVENT HYMN.

- THE WAR.SONG OF THE KIFCHAK.

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