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Thursday, November 16.

Family Notices

Family Notices

M A RR 11, 1). On Friday, Mr. T. Evans, brazier, to Miss Lloyd, both of this city. On Saturday, Mr. James Powell, coachman, to M. Hughes, housekeeper, bottiof the Palace, Lately, at Elvington, by the Rev. Mat. Mark, Mr. John Foulkcs, Machynileth, to Miss M. A. Gardner, Brinkvyorth, near York. Lately, at Machynlleth, by the Rev. Rod. Lewis, Mr. D. Roberts, Surgeon, Mount Edom, Anglesey, to Miss Foulkes, M;.ie>y tilleth. On Thursday last, at Ellesuiere Church, by the Rev. E. Williams, of Eaton, Lieut.-Col. Henry A, Proctor, Aberhafesp, Nloitfgoinerysliiiv,, to IMiss Louisa Wilson, ofHardwick. the seat of Jchti Kyuaston Powell, Esq.-M. P. tor Shrop- shire. On Wednesday, a; Llandaflf Cathedral, by the Rev. james Evans, B. I). Fellow of Je^us Col- lege, Oxford, David Davies, Esq. Collector of his Majevty V Customs in the port of Swansea, and second sou of the Rev. Thomas Davies, Rec- tor of Wenv\>e, Glamorganshire, to Miss Evans, of LlaiulaiF. D.I ED. A few davs a go, aged 89, Mr. Owen Williams, 0f Eriauell t30ch, Anglesey. At (-aver ford west, Mrs. Thomas, widow of the late 'Mi. B. Thomas,attorney, of Narberlh also Airs. wife of Jot! Pilillil),, of (tie former >>l;;cij. Mt. K"an[), 'he Barrister, having finished a case at, the.iLomioir. >stons', on i"M"ntl<lJSe'I' tlight, had onLY sat <kvr> for a few minuses, when lie fell back into the arms of Mr. Arab in, appa- rently in a fit of apoplexy. Mr, Arahin and assistants conveyed him out of Court; -He.was tio-,ne, and i,egret to b(,ir, (tied the following morning, about half-past, two o'clock. At Boston, the well known Lincolnshire phy- sician, Dr. MOIJ ly to the great regret of alt his patients. of fessed to cure every disorder incident to the hu- man frame* by three sovereign remedies; the first of which he called Gentle John (sulphuric acid) the second., Number One (nitric acid) the third, Golden Tincture (gin and aloes), At his house in Sam h rook Court, London, in his 74th year, rejected hy all who knew him, for the goodness of '-his heart, and venerated by the world for his mediral an I !i!erary talents, ■John Co.ikley-t.etisoiri, M.I), a member of the Society of Friends. On Thursday week the Dr. felt some iudisplJsitiofl on his own personal coin- fort, he notwithstanding went in his carriage to Visit sundry patients anil friends, until he was li- terally unable (o waik out of if. His illness then turned to a decided rhumatie fever, and was fol- lowed by great debility. On Tuesday he was so jjbucti worse as seriously to iiiii-m tie most, san- guine of his friends, and between two and three o'clock on Wflr.esday morning he departed this lile, having happily remained in sensible state almost to the last. Dr. Lettsoin is said to have left behind him a great variety of very-interesting MSS. which are iikely to be published.

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