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;¡U;a:r F!i!>, On Wednesday last, the lady of William Evaus, Esq. solicitor, of Have* lord west, of a sou. x&ikn.zii'g-gy. Oil the 27th inst. the Rev. W. Walts Harries, Rector of Prenclergast, to Mr, Davies, !a!e cf Slade, in the conn- ty ot jrembroke. 011 Saturday last, at St. Mink's, Kennington, Thomas Walter, Esq. of Skinner-street, London, io Miss Corpe of Hackney. On Gtli instant, at Worcester, Mr. J. H. Jones se- cond son ot Mr. T. Holland Jones, late of Salon, to Isa- bella, eldest don-hSer of Mr. j .-fcvans;oT Bolerwy 11, Bre- conshire. On die 1 Ot Ii instant, at the parish church of Nevin hy the Rev. T. LI. Own., Kr. Evan \riJ.iams; s!wpkeepcr, to Miss Ann Jones, both of Nevin. On the I2tli instant, Mr. W. Ir'am, of Manchester", to Mary, second and youngest daughter cf John Conway Jones, Esq. of Lower Hal], in the valley of Elwv, Den- bighshire. OI325. On Tuesday morning hist, after a short illness, mnch rc- liietteil, Mrs. Morris, wite ot Mr. James ii-onilloll- ger, of this town. Same day, of a pulmonary consumption, in !ICr 20th year, Sarah, 2nd daughter of Mr. J. Evans, PensarlJ, near this town, Her amiaole disposiiion endea;ed her to all j who shased her iiiend.-hip; and now, that she has des- cended into the house appointed for ail living,"—her i memory win he cheiished with ibat resj>ect which the i-e(-ollectioii of her many estimable qualities cannot fa^i to produce, On the 17th instant, at Cardigan, Miss Anna Maria Noott, youngest dauj;ht< r ct Jlr. Koett, smgeon, aged 17 years. Lately, at Kilgerran, near Cardigan, in his 70th year, the Rev. Thomas Morris, of that place. This truly good and pious man laboured faithfully in the miiiist; y anions the Calvinistic Methodists, for a period of forty vears during which time he exemplified in his holv life ami conduct, those heavenly precepts which he so earnestly taught to others. On the 19th inst. at Lampeter House, Pembrokeshire, deeply and most deservedly lamented; Juliet, the deariv beloved wife of Capt. Wm, Twvni g, P.oyal Artillery Y, and youngest daughter of the late Joseph Naters, Esq. of Sandytord Northumberland. The deceased, the loss of whose truly amiable and endearing qualities witllong bo deplored by her afflicted family and friends, died in the fullest assurance of a gloiious resurrection. On Sunday last, aged 38, Mrs. Cleaton, wife of Mr. To- ward Cleaton, draper, Fore-street, London. Her loss will be long andserionsly felt by her family and a nume- rous circle of friends.

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