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BIRTHS. On Thursday week, at Llanstephan, the wife of C tpta ill French, late of the 47th Regiment, of a daughter, still born. MARRIED. On the SJ instant, at St. Mary's Church, Swansea, by tllclrev. W. Ilewson, U, I), hy license from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Mr. John Maber, B.A. eldest son of the Rev G. M. Maber, A.M. Rector of Merthyr Tydvil, to Mary Mills, youngest daughter of the late John Stroud, Esq. formetly Banker at Swansea. On Sunday week, at St. Mary's Church, Mr. Johu Baker, to Miss Sarah Williams, both of Monmouth. At Bassaleg, on Monday week, by the Rev. Mr. Griffiths, Mr. William N. Morgan, to Miss Ana Thomas, both of Newport. January 1, at Rodmarton, the Rev. Samuel Lysons, to Miss Moore, daughter of General Moore. DIED. At Cwmdu, Breconshire, on Sunday last. aged 56, Miss Williams, daughter of the late Williams, ESII. Cnckbowel. t> On the 2J instant, at Mount Pleasant, Swansea, aged 05, C'ipt. George Jones, R.N. brother to Calvert Rich. Jones Esq. of fleathfield. Lately, at Marshfield, Monrnouthshire, aged 61, Eliza beth, the beloved wife of the Rev. David Davies, Vicar of that parish, On Monday last, at Brecon, Mr. James Chambers, of the Watton, near that town. On Friday week, at Carmarthen. Frances, fourth daugh- ter of AaronTiminins, Esq. much and deservedly lamented for the numerous excellencies bf hercharacter On the 2 1 instant, the Hon. George Lamb, Under Secre- tary of the Home Department, brother to Viscount Mel bourne. On the 27th ult. in her 22a year. Lady Ogilvie, wife of Sir John Jgilvie, Bart. She was youngest daughter of the late Ijord Henry Moiyneux Howrad, only brother of the late Ijord Henry Moiyneux Howrad, only brother of the Duke of Norfolk, and sister to the Countess of Carnarvon, Viscountess Andover, and Mrs, Wentworth Buller. On the 23tb ult. aged 75, the Rev. Howel Davies, Rector of Stoke Edith, Herefordshire. On the 4th in,t. at his house in Hertford-street, London, in the 3l'th year of his age, Johu Henry C >ttereII, Esq. eldest son of Sir J. G. Cotterell, Bart, of Garnons, Here- fordshire, to the great afflction of his family. On Tuesday the 31 it ult. Mr. R. Minton, of Hereford in the 76th year of his age in all the relative duties of life he was most exemplary, and his numerous family and friends will long have to deplore the loss of an aliectiontae father and a kind friend. On the 7th instant, at Bedfont, by the Lord Bishop of London, Frederick Pollock, Esq. M.P. to Sarah, daughter of Capt. Langslow, of Hatton, Middlesex. On the 30th November, at Florence, in his 72J year, Colonel Wardle, formerly M.P. for Okehainptoii. On the 2 instant, at Edinburgh, aged 72, the Rev. Dr Inglis, tor nearly 30 years Kader cf the Presbytery in that city. In London, on ti.e 30:h nit. aged 77, William Sotheby, Esq. the elegant Translator of Wieland's Oberon, of the Georgics, aud of Homer. He was au enlightened scholar, and a truly good Christian. At Gloucester, on the 31t lilt. aged 81, Mrs. Phillpotts, mother of the Bishop of Exeter and of John Phillpotts, Esq. M.P. She was the mother of 24 children. Late!y. in the vicinity of Bath, John Whitelocke, Esq. formerly a General Officer in the British Army, Lieut.- Governor of Portsmouth Garrison, and Commander of the Land Foices in the expedition to Rio Plata, in Ib07. On Christmas Eve, in the 6S:h year of his age, Francis Cianchettmi (of llome), father of Mr. Pio Ciancheltini, of Cheltenham. This gentleman was known as a most dis tinguisbed litterato. On the 24ih ult. at her residence in St. Martin's-strect Hereford, Airs. Ciarke Davis, after a lingering and painful illness, borne with truly christian fortitude and resignation, she was a most indulgent parent and sincere friend. On the 25th ult. at Ross, of consumption, in his 2f(h year, sincerely regretted by a numerous circle of friends Joseph, only son of Mr. Hughes, builder. December 30, at her house in North Great George street, Dublin, the Hon. Mrs. Browne, relict of the Right Hon Denis Browne, and sister to Sir Rose Mahon, ISirt. ot Castlegar, county Galway.

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