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CARDIFF. GLAMONOANSHITIE AND MONMOUTHSIIIHE INFIKMAHY AND DISI'ENSAIIV, CARDIFF. Abstract of House Surgeon's Report to the Weekly Board, from Feb. 15111, to February 23d, JS41, inclusive IN-DOOII I" A'I'l K I* It(-In;l ill(,.(] by last Report, 4; Admitted since, 0 4. Discharged, 0—Cured and Relieved, 2—2; Died. 0—0, Remaining, 2. Our-Dooit PATIENTS.—Remained by last Report, 121; Admitted since, I Î-I: Discharged and Relieved, 7—12- Died, 3 Remaining, 126. Medical Oj/iccrs for the Week. — Physician, Dr. Moore, Consulting Surgeon, Mr Reece,—Surgeon, Mr Davis,—Visitors, Rev. J. C. Campbell and Mr Daw. THOS. JACOB, House Surgeon. The Marquess of Bute, with that public spirit and attention to the duties of his high station for which he is proverbial, arrived at Cardiff Castle, on Tuesday, the 2:kl instant, for the purpose of attending her Majesty s judge (Mr Justice Coltnian) at the ensuin assizes at Swansea. II is lordship went nn Thursday evening, to Gnoll Castle, preparatory to his lordship's attendance at the Swansea Assizes His lordship is expectftI to return to Canlilf this day. We are sorry to record the death of Rear Admiral Lord George Stuart, which took place rather suddenly on the 19th instant, at Ball's Park, Hertford, the seat of his son in law, Captain Townshend. The deceased lord was sixth son of John first Marquess of Bute, grandfather of the present marquess, by the Hon Charlotte Windsor, eldest daughter and co heir of Herbert, last Viscount Windsor, and was horn the 4th March, 1780, and was married 7th October, 1S00, to Miss Jane Stewart. daughter of the late Major General James Stewart, by whom his lordship had issue a son and two daughters-nallldy, Elizaheth Jane, horn 18tli July, 1803, married to Captain Townshend, eldest son of Lord John Townshend; Emily Frances, horn 7th February, ISOC), married in 1831, to the Hon. Charles Abbott, who died in 1838; and the Hon. Henry Stutrt, horned January, I KOH, UII- maried. The deceased lord was a rear admiral in the navy, into which service he entered at the early age of 14 years. His C(litililtslii()Il I)earsdtte;tsfoiiows. Lieutenant, 2ist March, ISSJl; Commander, 22d April, 1802; captain, 3d March, 1804; and rear admiral, loth January, 1837. Ilis lordship, wilen commanding L' Aiulable, in 1809, captured, alter a long chase, and a running light, the Iris, French ship, of 22 guns and, in the same year, when in the command of a small squadron at the mouth of the Elbe, landed and defeated a superior force of the 1 enemy, and destroyed their batteries at Gessendorf. In Juue, 1815. in consideration of his services, he I was nominated a companion of the most iion. order of the Bath. The Bute Docks, we are happy to find, will be opened on Monday next. Robert Stephenson, Esq.. the engineer, is now at Cardiff, as well as Richard Lambert Jones, Esq., who, we understand, is en- gaged in laying out the wharfs CARDIFF NKW CHURCH.—We are happy to find that Saint Mary's Church will immediately he pro- ceeded with. The delay that has hitherto arisen has been occasioned by the necessity of the amount of the contract for the erection of the church being deposited with the Queen's commissioners, before I he commencement of the Mr Foster, the architect, is expected at Cardiff, on Tuesday next. By the death of the Bev James Jane, the Rectory ol Remenham, Berkshire, is vacant It is in tlae gifl IIf the Principal au II Fellows of Jesus College, Oxford. The Hector and Fellows of Exeter College, Ox- ford, have presented the Rev George Dawson, Fellow of their society, to the Rectory of VVoodieigh, Devon- shire. By the death of Miss Fust, her large estate iu the hundred of Bei keley, and county of Gloucester, have come into the possession of Sir Herbert J timer, of Doctors' CUIllIlIOIIS.

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