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THE AUDIT COMMITTEE.

GUARDIANS ELECTED FOR THE…

BRIDGEND.

Monmouthshire Assizes.

NEWPORT.

BRECON INFIRMARY.—April 4,…

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13irtbø, fHarriagrs, TIIlalIS. On the 23rd March, Mrs. Powell, wife of Mr. Henry Powell, of Coedyrynys shop, Llangmmidcr, of twin daughters. On the 29th March, at Hnmbrook Grove, the lady of the Rev. William Minehousc, of a daughter. On the 2!lth March, at Woshfield Parsonage, Devon, the lady of the Rev. W. P. Pitman, of a son. On the 30th March, the lady of the Rev. John Jones, In- cumbent of Blacnavon, of a daughter. On the 29th March, at Ledbury, the lady of John Foster Giles, Esq., of twins, a son and daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 22nd March, at Llanhilleth church, bv the Rev. Mr. Evans, Mr. Richard Walker, of to. Miss Anne" Phillips, only daughter of Thomas Plxl*llii)s, Esq., Llanhilleth Cottage. Lately, at Ynysygow Chapel, by the Rev. T. B. Evans, Mr. lVm. Joiies, to Miss Ann Edwards, both of Merthyr. On the 25th March, at the same place, Mr. John Jenkins, George Town, to Miss R. Vv illiams, dressmaker, Glebeland, Merthyr. On the 4th. April, at the parish church, Swansea, Philip, eldest son of Mr. Bartholomew Dcnsbury, pilot, to Mary, daughter of Mr. David Owens, mariner, all of Swansea. DEATHS. On Thursday last, after a short illness, aged G2 years, John Doune Collins, Esq., of Duffryn, in the county of Mon- mouth, and formerly of Ingstone, in the county of Hereford. It is no more than is due to Mr. Collins's memory to say, that as in life he was highly and deservedly respected by an extensive circle of acquaintance, so in death lie is by them deeply and sincerely lamented and while, in his compara- tively sudden decease, his afficted family have to mourn the irreparable loss of a most affectionate and exemplary husband and father, the poor of his neighbourhood feel that they have been deprived of an ever kiiufand liberal friend. On the 15th March, at Rome, William, Duke of Man- chester, in his 72nd year. ^Latey, at the residence of S. Betherdons, Esq., Greenwich, Maria, relect of 1 homas Hobbes, Esq., M.D., of Swansea. On the 2(>th March, at Llandilo, aged 39 years, Catherine Garnons, the wife of Leyshon Ordon Lewis, Esq., solicitor, of that place. On the 25th March, Mr. John Brewer, son of the late John Brewer, Esq., of Caira, Newport, Monmouthshire. On the 20th March, in Bishopsgate-street, London, Mr. John Shayle Davies, ironmonger, formerly of Monmouth. On the 22nd March, aged IS years, Raehacl Bowen, Maria, relect of 1 homas Hobbes, Esq., M.D., of Swansea. On the 2(>th March, at Llandilo, aged 39 years, Catherine Garnons, the wife of Leyshon Ordon Lewis, Esq., solicitor, of that place. On the 25th March, Mr. John Brewer, son of the late John Lrewcr, Esq., of Caira, Newport, Monmouthshire. On the 20th March, in Bishopsgate-street, London, Mr. John Shayle Davies, ironmonger, formerly of Monmouth. On the 22nd March, aged 18 years, Raehacl Bowen, daughter of the late David Morgan, Esq., Cwmdvryfran, C arm arth enshire. On the 19th March, at Crumlin, Monmouthshire, Mr. Shafto Morrison, aged G2 years. On the 21st March, aged 3 years and 5 months, Richard Arthur, voungest son of John Williams, Esq., solicitor, Swansea. On the 26th March, Mrs. Chapman, of the Crown Hoter, Pontypool. On the 24th March, aged 84 years, Sir Wm. Hamilton, Bart., of Keppel Cottage, near Taunton. On the 25th March, at her house, Grosvenor-place, Lon- don, aged 82 years, Lady Hippisley, of Ston-Easton, Somerset, M idow of the late Sir John Coxe Hippisley, Bart. if On the 29th March, aged 47 years, at Bickleigh, the Rev. Daniel Alexanuer, A. M., Vicar of Bickleigh and Sheepstor, Devon. On the 27th March, in the 80 year of his age, Abraham Leach, Esq., of Corston House, Pembrokeshire, Deputy- pu Lieutenant, and one of the oldest magistrates for that county. Brother to the late Lady Tyler, of Cottrell, in this county. On the 29th March, Caroline, wife of Mr. John Ball, of Great Dinham, near Chepstow, aged 27 years. On the 2nd April, at his house, in Upper Grovesnor-street in the 1 oth year of age, Rowley Lascelles, Esq., formerly of Cottrell House, in this county. On the 30th March, at Merthyr Tvdvil, Mr. Jonathan Griffiths, late of Ysgybornewydd. On the 2ith March, at Dowlais, Thomas Davies, Esq., aged 88 years, brother of the Rev. Daniel Davies, of New- bridge. in this county. He bad been blind a great many years, and within the last two years resided in the town of Carmarthen, where he was highly respected. On the 1st April, at Bath, Major-General Sir Charles Broke Yere, K.C.B., and M.P, of East Suffolk, in his 65th year. On the 30th March, Lieutenant-General Philpot, Colonel of the 8th Hussars. On the 29th March, aged 91 years, Matthew Morgan, Esq., of Lion-street, Abergavenny. On the 30th March, at Llanvaes, Brecon, aged 94 years, Mrs. Mary Jones, widow of the late Mr. Edward Jones. On the 1st April, at Maesmawr, North Wales, General John Manners Kerr, aged 74 years. At Wcserden Park, Gloucestershire, after many years* suffering, Arthur James Wit-tit, third 80nof James Witt-it Lyon, Esq., in the 12th year of his age.

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