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Family Notices

Family Notices

BIRTHS. On the 7th instant, at Gelligaer, Mrs. John Phil- lips, of a daughter. t, On the 6th inst, the Countess of Dalhousie, of a daughter, at Dalhousie Castle, near Edinburgh. On the 3d. inst., at Penlanole. Radnorshire, the lady of Henry Lingen, Esq., the High Sheriff, of a son and heir. On the 3d inst., the wife of William Rowlands, Esq., Goat Street, Haverfordwest, of a son. w'fe Thomas Owen, Esq. of Scotch Wells, Haverfordwest, of a daughter. On the 7th, the wife of Mr. Hobert John, King's Arms Inn, Dew street, Haverfordwest, of a son. MARRIAGES. At Pentyrch Church, near Cardiff, on Mondavmnm ing, the 14th instant, Mr John Snardon Cornish Cork Merchant, to Mary Matilda Stone, niece to Mr Farlev AE™. to It. Blakemore ,„d Co., of w0,b y' On the 14th instant, at St. Mary's Church, Swansea, .fr Hichard H,enry A ttwood, A Horney, Deputy Super- Intpndent RegIstrar for the Swansea Union, to Helexi, Webb-Cidet Mm>n,ilhcn?d ,ins' at Greenock, by the Rev. William can*) S' es Thomas, Esq. late of Norton, Glamoiv nenl»»re'r oy, S°^ of Thomas Thomas, R.N and nephew of Colonel Morgan, of Landough Castle, in the Uohp t0 Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the late uobert Machen, Esq., Capt. R.N. At Bristol, Mr T. L. Woodall. Post Office, Aber- w^n°ny' t0 Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr William Williams, of Cheltenham Road, Bristol. On the 6th inst., at St. Woollos Church, Newport, by the Rev. J. R. Taylor, Mr. Walter Wilkins, third son of the late Henry Williams, Esq., of Langwm Hall, Pem- brokeshire, to Miss Harriet Mary, only daughter of the late Mr. John Potter, and neice to the Rev. John Davies., both of Gloucester. at St. Mary's Church, Brecon, by pjf i Wi"'a™s. Mr. John Maund, clerk to S. Brecon solicitor' Miss Elizabeth Price, both of ni,a!ely'At.^wlish' Devon, Mr Richard Edwards, Tvdfil°S°r • m Edwards, Esq., formerly of Merthyr lyd&l. Solicitor, to M. P. C. Edwards, of Exeter. Bi«Wi^fTat George's, Hanover Square, by the Lord r ewisPto M ° • d°U> the Ri8ht Ho11- Th°ma* Frankland John Ashton? E^q!' 0nly 8urvivin& daughter of the late Edmondes^M A^Ed'^ by Rev* S* «»■ KCo«"r6e. On th DEATHS. Prior PsfrVmSH' y*scountess Tamworth, at her seat, had been resign ^by-de-la Zouch, where her ladyship Her ladvsl, some past in delicate health, worth onl WaS i w'dow of the late Viscount Tam- aemis'e £ 11 J?*!™ house l^n the Dowaget Lady Radstock, at her conseo, c C,escent' Portland Place, London, in previous Hn ? ?P0Plectic attack. Till about a week her ladyship had enjoyed excellent health. G On the 3d iust., aged 78, Jennett, widow of Mr. James arrett, of Swansea. On the 3rd inst., aged 48, Elizabeth, widow of Wm aVles, of Swansea, master mariner. Samll!16^ \nst' at Cardiff» aged 65, the Rev. Richard ra™of Swansea m R°yal Navy' and formerly Cu- SaXviHM11 inSt,Vat L,andU°. Carmarthenshire, aged ™Morgan, Esq late of Plas newydd. Edwards! SedCT." ° Gr*at House, Clytha, Mr John T ?n|thie 7th' aged years, Mr William Williams, of Tyleclydach, near Aber, Breconshire WlUlMns» ot hi«A?ea7, Stanll?Hall,rSh0hnK-yrW-hitt J°neS' Bart"' at had been JohrT Morgan^ mason, Cowbridge" Joh, Nforgau, niason, aged 52. On the 4th inst., at Cowbridge, David Bowen, pump a er, age. On Thursday, Or.tober 17th, at Cowbridge, Mrs. Offhn .» UJ8» ln the 81st year of her age. The last tte aQ«eat family of Gihboa of Xrccastle.