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LLANELLY (BRECONSHIRE). THE DEATH is announced of Sir Thomas Phillips, Q.C., of the Inner Temple. The decked, who was born atLlanelly, Brecknockshire, in 1801, was formerly a solicitor, and practised at Newport, Monmouthshire. In January, 1840, he received the honour of knigh hood, free of expense, for his services as mayor of Newport, in contributing to the defeat of the body of Chartist insurgents who entered that town in Novem- ber, 1839, on which occasion he was severely wounded whilst engaged in the discharge of his ma-isterial duties. On beiag knighted he ceased to practice as a solicitor, and in due course was called to the bar by the hon. society of the Inner Temple. Sir Thomas Phillips always evinced a great interest in matters connected with the Church, and was an active member of the Church Institution. He was also a Governor of the Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy and of King's College.

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