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Thursday, February IB. ry MARRIAGES. "<1 Tuesday last, at Gresford, Mr. Saml. Edwards, of Wrexham, ironmonger, to Miss Mary Jones, second daughter of Richard Jones, Esq. of Llay. Monday last, Mr. David Haroby of Newport, to Miss Pritchurd, of Trostra, near PontypooL DEATHS. At Myrtle-hill, Pembrokeshire, aged 79, Charles Gibbon, Esq. j | Last week, Mr. James Lewis, of Pontypool, aj | (highly respectable and justly respected meaiije;r f ■of the Society of Friends. On Friday the 2d instant at Glifton, near Bristol, at a very advanced age, Dame Barbara Mostyn, otil.X (laii!titer -and sole heiress of Sir George Browne, Bart, of Kiddington, Oxford shire, by Lady Barbara Lee, sister to the Earl of Litchtield. Her ladyship was first married to Sir Edward Mostyn,. Bart. of Talacre in Flint- shire, by whom she had the present baronet, Sir Pyers Mostyn, and Charles B¡'öW:nè Mostyn, of Kiddinglon-house. By her second husband., Edward Gore; Esq. of Barrow-court, near Brisi- tol, whom she has survived some years, she has left, likewise, -two sons, William Gore Langton, Esq. of Newton-park, near Bristol, M. P. and Colonel of the Oxfordshire militia", and the Rev." Charles Gore, of Basing-park, in Hampshire.. Her ladyship was paternailv def ended from a- younger brother pf-tive first Iutrd Viscount Mon- ) tague, of Cowdr.ey-hou.se, S.!isst-x, which noble and ancient family became extinct in the male line, by the untimely death of the last Viscount" a few years since, in venturously attempting to shoot the i'alls of SchaulfhaiJseiJ, io Switzei-latt(i-. The active benevolence of Lady Mostyn, and: the unatTected politeness of her marrners, endeared her to all who had the pleasure of knowing htjr; and after her encreasing- age, and its consequent infirmities, confined her to a narrower circle, of acquaintance, the ease and vivacity of her epis- p tolary correspondence rendered her letters highly acceptable to distant friends. She retained her faculties unimpaired, almost to the last; and exchanged this life for a better, full of years, respected and beloved. Her remains were de- posited, in the family vault, in Kiddington church.

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