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HENRY MORGAN THE WELSH BUCCANEER

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BIRTHS. 1 wcek Buckland, their Breconshire seat, Kiliraw^r. a-j°r>^wynne Hoiford, of Buckland, and of n,?T >n th^fcounty of Carmarthen,of a son and heir. th«> l«H "et ? 'ast, the 3d instant, at St. David's College, the lady of the ltev. Dr. Lewellin, of a daughter.. ° u't- at the Vicarige House, Math'ry, in the county of Pembroke, the lady of-the Rev. James Jones, Vicar, of a son. MARRIED; Cardiff, on the 3d instant, Mr. Thomas Eyels, of Bath, to Jliss Eliza Jones, of the former place. On Wednesday week, at Piesteign Church, by the Itèv. J. R. Brown, Mr. John Walker, only son of Mr. Walker, Mroe-maker, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Stephens, all ofPresteia-n o' DIED. Monday week, at Carmarthen to the tnexpressible grief of his disconsolate family, after a short illness, Cnarles Morgan, Esq. of that town, a Solicitor, Clerk of the Peace f"r the county,and Registrarof the Bishop of St. David's. This event has filled all classes in tfye town with one universal sentiment of regIret, In his domestic circle, as a father—as a husband^—and as a friend, He may be equalled but cahnot b6 surpassed. His hand was open as day to melting charity and to the poor his loss will be irrepa- rable. He was repeatedly invested with the officeof Chief Magistrate, and it is no small praise, and at the same time indicates the strict integrity of his character, that in a town distinguished for the intensity and acrimony of party feeling, and forjthe unsparing efyerity with which the acts of its corporate functionaries are criticised, his conduct was Ílevarraigned even by those who differed from him in political principles. He was the oWest member of the Corpotiation.and 6n that account no less than his personal influence, was termed the father of the Cbrpofatioa. He was a nian< take hiril for a41*pr at I, >•- '»- We shall not look-tipon his like agam." On Monday the 2d inst. at Brecon, Mr- Thomas Jjnes, of the Struet. ip that town. r On Sunday last, in the-prime oflife, at Brecon, after a '14M short illnesss, sustained with tfUe chndtiau fortitude, Hugh Wynter, Esq. solicitor. He was in every respect a dutitul son and affectionate brother, and fulfilled his duties chiting a short and not inactive life,, as a christian ought to do. His loss will be long and severely felt by his family and by everyone who knew him. < Ou Saturday week, in his s62nd year, much and de- servedly lauienied by his relatives and friends, M-r. James ;Morris, ironmonger, of Carmarthen. 1 few men passed through life more .respected than Mr. D&wris. On Monday woc. 'k,aged 58 years, Mr. John Argust, Si. Martin's, Haverford west. On the 16 h mst. aged 93, J, P. Adams, Esq. of Lydstep .House, Fembtokesliire. i On Monday week, aged 75, generally esteemed and-much regretted by a large circle of acquaintance and-friend?, Airs. idi.ic JAIUC, widow of the late; Mr. John JaMatS, mason, ;à1ónmouth. i On Sunday week, at Skenfrith,. Monmouthshire, at a very advanced age, Ann, widow er. Oeorge Li winnett, ,Esq., formerly of Monmouth. 1:' ,c< On Wednesday week, at Caefison Mr. Wm. Powell, for many years postmaster of- that On Monday week, aged two years, John, son of Mr. Merrett, keeper of the.House of Correction at Usk. On Wednesday week, aged 35. Nle. W. E. Ball, of Here ford, solicitor, j? jHis loss will long be afiectionatel^r re- gretted hy A-larg&fircie of friends • On Thursday week* in her 19th year, after a fingering iHness, which she boriwithchristian fortitude, Mitry Ann, third daughter of Mr. Downes, of Lower Bullinghatn, ilefordsl1irc.. On the 21st inst. at the Stocks, in the parish of Almerley, Herefordshire, in her 77ih year, Mrs. Lilwall, relict of the lata Mr. Richard Lilwall, of that .place, a. most kind bene- factress to tne poor.■ i At LamlwLJl, on the 15th ult. T.ord Viscount Kingsland. On the 22ad inst. aged 59, after a protracted illness, which he bore with pious resignation to the will of God, Mr. John Bennett, ot Altbongh, a truly honest man, On Sunday week, Sarah the youngest daughter of Mr. J. J. Hadley, Journal Oflice, Cheltenham.

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