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BIRTHS. j CoOKE-February 19th. the wife of Mr. James Cooke' Talbot; Hotel, Denbigh, of a son. I FOULKES-JONES—February 13th, at Arosfa, Llangollen, she wife of Mr. E. Foulkes-Jones, of a son. HPGHBS—February 14th, the wife of Mr. James Hughes, carrier, Lenton Pool, Denbigh, of a son. HUGHES—February 18tb, the wife of Mr. Edwin Hughes, Brook Terrace, Llangollen, of a daughter. ¡ J05E3—February 14th, the wife of Mr. Edward Jones, plasterer, 88, Henllan Street, Denbigh, of a son. JiAcDoNiXD—February 11th, at Cefn Kynaaton, Ruaboa. the wifejof Mr. George MacDonald, M.B., c.m,, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. EvAflfa— JONES—February 10th, at the Welsh C. M- chapel, Wrexham, by the Keys. Charles Williams. Wrexham, and J. Idloes Edwarda, Buckley, the Rev. G. 0 Evans, pastor of the English C. M. church, Liacymynech, to Lizzie, eldest daughter of Mr. Peleg J. Jones, builder, Broughton. T,LiD,TD-BowN -February 8th, at the Baptist chapel, Liansaaiffraid, Glyndyfrdwy, by Mr. D. P. Davies, registrar, Mr. Job Hoyd, Dewis Dyddyn, to Miss Eiiaibeth M. Bown, Dee Mount, Carrog. WILLIAMS—CAIH—February 15th, at St. Nicholas Church, Blundellsands, near Liverpool, by the Rev. C. de B. Winslow, vicar of Blundellsands, and Rural Deaa of Bootle, Mr. Richard T. Williams, black- smith, Trefnant, to Miss Lizz;e Cain, of Blundell- sands. DEATHS. Atfnasws—February 15th, after some weeks of severe illness, Councillor Thomas Andrews, wine and spirit merchant, The Old Vault,, Denbigh, aged 52 years. He leaves a widow to mourn his loss. He was interred at Whitchurch o Thursday, February 13th. ANKKltS-February 13th, at Old Row, Leeswood, Mold, Mr. William Ankers, aged 71 years. DAVlBa-February 6th, at 10, Percy Road, Wrexham, Sarah Jane (Jennie), second daughter of Mr. James and Mrs. Barbara Davies, aged 27 years. I> IVIES—February 7th, Mr. Robert Davies, Tanyffordd, Bonwm, Oorwen, aged 63 years. DAviR-s-Februiry 10th, at Brighton Place, Oak street, Oswostry, Mary, wife of Mr. Edward Davies, builder, aged 57 years. EowAaus—February 14th, at Union Inn, Henffordd, Moid, Mr. Thomas Edwards, aged 57 years. CrRSES—February 8th, Mr. Abraham Green, Chirk, aged 81 years. IIAMVERSLEY-February 11th, at Milford Street, Mold, Thomas, infant son of Mr, Thomas Hammersley, aged 2 months, HsGHES-January 30th. at 1,7&->, Firt Avenue, New York, Mr. Hugh Morris Hughes (late of Oswestry). He was the son of Mr. Thomas Hughes, Cwmbach, Llanarmon, D. C. HOGHAS —February 14th, Ellen, widow of Rf Elias HugJftta, spinner, Abbey Square, Llangollen, aged 85 years. 14th, at Main Street, Buckley, Kate, widow of Mr. Thomas Hughes, aged 44 years. HwGlilm-February 15th, Mr, J. Hughes, Pentredwr, Liamtyailio, aged 70 years. IBALL-February 14th, at Span Green, Buckley, Anna, wife of Mr. Edward Iball, aged 32 years. Jossti-February 4th, after a short illness, Mr. Evan Jones, Gwaengwid.il, Bethesda, aged 71 years. JOSSS—February 6th, at Turin Street, Bethnal Green, London, John, the eldest son of Mr. Howell Jones. JONES-February 9th, Mr. Robert Jor, Cross Keys (formerly of Ty'nllidiart), Corwen, G4 years. JONES-February 9th, at Corwen, Mr. Robert Jones, aged 64 years. JONES-February 10th, at Gwylfa Terrace, Beacon's Hill, Denbigh, Mrs. Jones, widow f the late Mr. ""Villiam Jone,3, smith, aged 64 yer.s. Josxc February 11th, Anne, wifa of Mr. Hugh Jones, Yageifiwr, Bodanwycog, Llandegla-in-Yale. JONBS—February 12th, at 20, Gladstone Street, Mold, Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr. Robert Jones, aged 78 years. Jotiza-February 15th, Mr, David Jones, Pont y Meibioa, Llansilin, father of Mrs. Evan Jones, BAchz. va Farm, Llangollen, aged 90 years. jjawis—February 15th, Mr. Thomas Lewis, Graian- rhyd, Eryrys, Llanarmon-in-Yale (late of Rose & Crown and butcher's Arms). He leaves a widow and one son. LfcOTD—February 6th, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. Ellinor Lloyd, the beloved wife of Mr. John Lloyd. wheelwright, Glandwr, Gyffylliog, near Ruthin, aged 56 years. MATHKS—February 11th, Mr. Andrew Mather, Bowl- ing Ureea Inn, Mold, aged 64 years. MiNSHALL-February 15th, at Castle View, Oswestry, Miss Mary Wynne, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Minshall. ROBBETS—February 13th, Charles Edward, infant son of Mr. R. E. Roberts, Meirion House, Llangollen, aged 7 months. ROWLANDS—Febmary 15th, Samuel, infant son of Mr. J. P. Rowlands, Yroncyssylltau, aged 11 months. SAVA&H—February 13th, at Collier's Arms, Gladstone Street, Mold, Mr. Edward Savage, aged 21 years. THOMAS—February 15th, Mr. W. A. Thomas, late bookseller, Llangollen, aged 57 years. WILLIAMS-January 30th, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. David Williams, Bryngwyn, Ysbytty Ifan, aged 37 years. WILLIAMs-February 2nd, after seven weeks of severe inness, Mr. John Williams, Plas Meredydd, Gyffyll- iog (late of Hendre), aged 55 years. "WILLIAMS—February 18th, at Bournemouth, Jane Gwynne, the beloved wife of Mr. William Pencerdd WiHiams, J.P., of Plas Hafod, Llangollen, aged 32 years. I

WELSH MARKETS.

, CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

THE NEW BISHOP OF ST.. DAVID'S.

'NOT TO THE PUBLIC ADVANTAGE;

SLINGS AND ARROWS. _..

DENBIGH.

- DEATH OF COUNCILLOR THOMAS…

TOWN , COITNCIL.