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BIRTHS. I —Feb. 25th, at 49, Queen Street, HighSeld, Pemberton, Lancashire, the wife of Mr. E. Davies, coachman, Rhual, Mold, of a daughter—still-born. GBlFfMH3—Match 10th, at Golftyn, Ocnnah's Quay, the wife of Mr. William Griffiths, painter, of a son. J9NSB March 3;cu at Castle Villa, Bagillt, the wife ef vie. It. T. J;)nea %'cot.ductor of Betiiania Wesleya-i Chapel Choir), of a aou. JONES—March 5th, the wife of Mr. Samuel Jones, j S-iae Market, Denbigh, of a daagiiter. JOSEa—Marsh 5th, prematurely, at 25, Sheppard j Street, Crewe, the wife of Mr. W. J. Jones of a daughter, winch, survived it3 birth only a few hours. JONES -March 6th, at Cefneurgain Farm, Nottnop' the wife of Mr. Edward Jones, of a daughter. JONKS-March 10th, the wife of Edward Jones, Esq., Trewythen, of a son. PABKT JONES—March 9th, at 36, Vale Street, Den- high, the wife of John Parry Jones, Esq., 80licitor, of a son. ROBERTS -March 3rd. at 1, Avenue Villas, Crickle- wotJL London, N. W., the wife of Mr. W. Hughes Roberta (formerly of Seacombe and Bromborough), of a daughter. I ltoBEuTs -larch 6th, the wife of Mr. John Roberts, 24. Beawn's Hill, Denbigh, of a son. MARRIAGES. BAVLKB—WALKER— March 3rd, at South Beach Hotel, Troon, by the Rev. Macintosh Mackey, Mr. Thomas Llewelyn Davies, son of Mr. Robert Davies (late London House, Denbigh), to Catherine Richmond, eldest daughter of Mr. David Walker, Troon. EDWABDS—DAVIES— March 6th, at the Register Office, Bala, Mr David R. Edwards, 39, Plasey Street, to Miss Jane Davies, 4, Plasey Street, Bala. JOSBS—WILLIAMS—March 6th, at Brunswick Wes' leyau chapel, Rhyl, by the Rev. Ishmael Evans, Mr. Robert Lewis Jones, Rhuddlan Road, Abergele, to Miss Mitry Williams, South Lawn, Brighton Road, Rhyl. JONBS— MORRIS—March 9th, at St. Elizabeth Church, I Dwlyddelen, by the Revs. Troffesaor R. Camber Williams and John Davies (Isfryn), the parish vicar, Mr. Rvan Jones, Elen Castle, Dolyddelen, to Miss Harriet Jane Morris, schoolmistress at the Dolydd- elen school. I WILLIAMS—EVANS—March 1st, at Bethesda chapel (C. M_), Liaiirhaiad- in Moehnant, by the Rev. R- H. Kv-ttis, pastor, Mr. J. Williams, Cestrian Stores' Stockpo t (late of Llanfyllin), to Sarah Elizabeth, I eldest daughter of the late Mr. John Evans (rsfryn), Llanrhaiadr. DEATHS. j BELLIS—March 4th, at Fiict Mountain, Flint, Ben- jamin, the beloved son of Mr. Edward Bellis, aged 6 yeais. I>AVIBS—Mflrch 6th, Mr. Thomas Davies (late of Glyn Bach), ilhosygwaliau, aged ü9 years. DAVIES-March 7th, at Windmill, Halkyn, Glan- Ifrw:, infant son of Mr. Isaac Davies, aged 11 mouths. Door»—March 2nd, at Rothesey, Scotland, Capt. John Dodd, schooner Bessie Arnold, Golftyn, Oonnah's Quay, a,ed 67 years. lDW ARDs-March 8th, at Halkyn Hall, Halkyn, from the effects of scalds, Thomas Samuel, son of Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Mary Edwards, Penygareg, near Holy well, aged 4 years. EDWARDS—March 9th, Ab Owen, the belove(lrebild of Mr. O. M. Edwards, M. A., Llanuwchllyn, aged 4 years. EDWARDS—March 11th, at Daisy Hill, Buckley, Ernest, infant son of Mr. Thomas Edwards, aged 19 days. ELLIS -imarch 5th, Thomas Morgan, infant son of Mr. Edward and Mrs. Dora Ellis, Primrose Hill, Holy- wed, aged 11 months. ELLIS—March 7th, at the Royal Infirmary, Liverpool, John Edward, second son of Mrs. Jane Ellis, grocer, Ivy House, Holywell, aged 21 years. EVANS-Atarch 4th, at Railway Lodge, Padeswood, Mold, Hannah, daughter of Mr. John Evans, aged 23 yem. HALL -Ma.rch 11th, Lizzie, the beloved child of Mr. William and Mrs. Mary Hail, Trelnw Terrace, Denbigh, aged 2 years, HANCOCK—March 7th, at Main Street, Buckley, Mr. Thomas Hancock, aged 73 years. Thomas Hancock, aged 73 years. H,Now K -),larch 10th, at Maesteg, Baben, near Holy well, Mr. John Hancock. IBALL—March 10th, at The Square, Buckley, Sarah, widow of the late Mr. William Iball, aged 66 years. JONR 8-1 arch 2nd, at Glan Menai, near Porthaethwy I (the resicietice of R. R. Rathbone, Esq.), Elizabeth Frances Jones, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Richard Jones, Liverpool, aged 59 years. JONES—M irch 6th, Mr. John Jones, Bryn House, Market Street, Abergele, aged 90 years. JOHES—Mairch 8th, Mr. Thomas Jones, Cae Mawr, Cyuwyd. (ite of Nauthir, Bala), aged 36 years. Josas~-Mafch 10th, Mrs. Gwen Jones, wife of Mr. E. Jot es, Ddoifawr, Llangower. LUI'TuN-M,rch 5th, in Paris, suddenly, of syncope, Ciara, wife of Mr Henry Lupton, Headingley, Leeds 'formerly of Bagilit), aged 36 years. j SALTISBU Ry -March 6th, Mr. John Salusbury, Henliau, ageo 82 yt-ars. WILLIAMS-March 5tb, at Pwll Glas, Mold. Llewelyn Adaais, mfant son of Mr. Llewelyn Williams, aged 6 mo 'tcs. WILLLAIIS-March 8th, rather suddenly, Mr. James Wiiiiains, Meliden, father of Dr. J. Humphrey Williams. M.D., Flint. I WYNNE-ETTON—March 7th, at Vera Cruz, Mexico, Mrs. C. E. Wynne-Eyton (late of Plaa Bellin, Northop.

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