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MARRIAGE. On the 19th ult. at Churchstoke, Montgomery- shire, by the Rev.. Evan Owen, George Dorset Oweu, Esq. ofOswestry. to Jane Emma, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Samuel Jones, and niece to Maurice Jones, Esq. of Broadway. DEATHS. On Saturday se'nnight, at Carnarvon, aged 39, Mr. John Wakeman. late acting Overseer for ^OnTbeSd instant, Margaret, wjfe Tones of Tyddyn Elen-ddu, Esq. near Carnar- von aVed 74; as an affectionate wife and mother her loss is greatly lamented, and her memory will be long cherished by a numerous circle of frOndSthe 17th wit. awfully sudden, in the 1,5th vear of her age, Sidney, the youngest daughter of-the late Mr. James Smith, of Althrey* sliire whose affectionate and engaging disoog. tion endeared her to aU who had, the pleasure of being known to her. *» At Rhiwbren, Cardiganshire aged 61 Mrs. Herbert, widow and relict of William Herbert. EOn the 11th Nov. near ^fttive^In- thAged S7, Mr. Thos Robinson, of Wallog, near AbTe^VVMr. Pryce Davies, of St. Mark's school Liverpoo'l to Susannah, only daughter of Mr. J°dLth OP ASMMSMAN.-Weare sorry to an- DEATH o Edward Williams, who for nounce the dea'h ol of W Wynn Bart, occasioned by an apo- plectiq fit, which seized him while returning sr^rSnhSo«AN.5hl"C"f-?i. Mb?l^ommonly called, will lonf b. «.«■; bered with friendly feeling by the cnc e p mn to Iwhose gratification he waS wont to COn- tribute. A Coroner's inquest was held on the body, March 17th, 1825, when Mr. Doir. of An- caster, stated to the jury, that he was mediately behind the deceased, who was wal g his horse at a gentle pace, when he suddenly s to the ground, without receiving any iiijury fi-otii ttio horse, or apparently from the fall. binson, groom to Sir Richard Brooke, Bart- saic that he was riding just before the poor man, heard him fail, and turning his horse, saw him lying flat on the ground, moaning and convulsed, as it in a fit; that he tried to bleed him, but without effect; that he appeared to him quite dead as he was binding up his arm. Mr. Sharp, surgeon informed the jury, that he attended the deceased soon after he fell, that he attempted to bleed him not onlv in the arm, but by opening the nrti'rv or jugular vein, but to no pur- S quite dead; that he afterw'ard* pose, he n from the great fulness of all. opened the head ana the blood vess wjthout hesitation from apoplexy. fliJed bv the visitation of returned a verdict, «'eQ uv a oil." ¡;

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