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LLANELLY LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH.

CARDIGANSHIRE. I

PEMBROKESHIRE MIDSUMMER ASSIZES.

I.B B E C O N.S.H IE E.

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BIRTHS. On the 4th inst., at Rhosmaen-street, Llandilo, the wife of Mr. T. J. Davies, chemist, of a son. On the 28th ult., at the Narberth Road Station, the wife of Mr. Welsh, station-master, of a daughter. On the 30th ult., at Haverfordwest, the wife of William Stephenson Owen, Esq., of a daughter. On the 24th June last, the wife of Mr. W. Lowe, school- master, Llanavan, Crosswood, of a daughter. On the 10th ult., at Hamilton, Canada West, the wife of Mr. H. C. Wynu, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 2nd instant, by licence, at St. Tydvil's Chuich. Merthyr, by the Rev. D. Morgan, Mr. R. D. Starling, of Worstead, Norfolk, to Miss M. A. Shippard, only daughter of Mr. R. Shippard, of Llanelly, Carmarthenshire. On the 23rd iust., at Walcot Church, Batli, by the Rev E. Jenkins, M A., canon of Llandaff, and rector of Dowlais, Glamorganshire, father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. E. May, B.A., rector of St. George's, Stamford, the Rev. E. Alfred Jenkins, M.A., Caius College, Cambridge, to Henrietta, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Peter Hall, M.A., rector of Milston and Brigsmerton, Wilts. On the 2ud instant, at St. Mary's Church, Haverfordwest, by the Rev. James Thomas, Mr. James Thomas, of the South Wales Railway, Swansea, to Anne, second daughter of Mr. Richard James, land agent, Haverford west. On the 28th ult., at Diisseldorf, on the Rhine, in the Protestant Church, by the Rev. Pastor Roffhack, the Rev. William David, Principal of the Exeter Diocesan Training College, to Friinlein Antonie Therese, third daughter of Hern Regierungs Rath Hermann Altgelt, of Diisseldorf. On the 25th ult., at the Wesleyan Chapel, by the Rev. E. Parry, Mr. Thomas Roberts to Miss Ann Richards, both of Aberystwith. On the 6th inst., at Llanbadaru-fawr Church, by the Rev R. Hughes, M.A., Captain R. Watkins, of the schooner Anna Watkins," of this port, to Jane, daughter of Mr. Lewis, Marine-terrace, Aberystwith. DEATHS. On the 6th inst., aged 19 years, at Dame-street, in this town, Jane, daughter of the late Capt. William Jones, of the schooner Hero," of this port. On the 3r I instant, at Lammas-street, in this town, aged 71 years, Mary, widow of the late Mr. Thomas Thomas, hair dresser. On the 3rd instant, at Llettyfanthe, near Llandovery, Mary, eldest daughter of the late W. William*, Eeq., Stone-street, Llandovery. On the 1st inst., aged 87 years, at Rotherslade, near Swansea, the residence of her son, John Jenkins, Esqr., F.R.A.S., Mrs. Margaret Jenkins. On the 30th ult., in the 54th year of her age, at Parky- gors, the residence of her brother, the Rev. G. Evans. incumbent of Aberporth and Tremain, after a protracted illness, borne with Christian resignation, to the inexpres- sible grief of her relatives and friends, Miss Esther Evans, formerly of Troedyraur farm. On the 3rd inst., of consumption, aged 28, Mr. David Griffiths, second son of Mr. Griffiths, Dry«lwya-fiwr■, Llanarthney, much beloved by those that knew him. On the 4th instant, at Tenby, aged 52 years, Mr. John Rogers, wine and spirit merchant. On the 30th ult., at Warren-street, Fitzroy-square, Lon- don, aged 68 years, Mr. John Brader, sen. d J DC tbe wiftj ot Suddenly, on the 3rd inst., ,g,d 54, °' Mr. John Evans, of the Commercial ,nd Mathematt. Academy, Aberystwith. On the 27tb ult., at the residence of the Rev. R. A Jones, Belle?e-strcet. Swansea, aged 79 yea? the Rev. Thomas RPPR Davies Baptist minister, of?orth ?dte6. The dr- ??.s 'ong Tuown as one of the most eloquent Welsh nreachers of his time, and was anuounced to preach in tin; Tabernacle Chapel, Carmarthen, on the evening of the day on which he died. On the loth ult., at Cincinalti, O',Iio US, aged 44 year- Mr. William Griffiths, of the firm of Griffiths, Brother, of that City, and son of the Rev. S. Griffiths, of Bore": Cardiganshire. He bad Jut returned from a visit to Ins aged parents when death laid him low Hi. :rmo an'l earnest addresses upon the" km erica n Nihi(;h 1,?, delivered to lai-ge ns during his ab,)rt visit to hi- nCaU8',lsnlemorv to be long h .hd;' tbe hearts f lh d 0 c ong c ens e ,I the^Kar\s nMt.hhonusan!di s of ?? countrymen. He was one of tVt>o f a rS°J t leWclsh Congre?tional Church at Ci- cinatti. He has left a widow and Ere children. On the 28th ult, at Maesnewydd, in the parish of LUn- wnen, aged 76, Mr. Evan Jenkins, late of Moeddyn-ma-" i. The deceased had been fur 15 years a deacon at Coedglei.iou, and upwards of 30 years at Capel Sion, Crigymacii. HI, much beloved and revered by a large circle of relations 0a.1 friends, and bis name will be long in remembrance. .4- "¡. -_w-

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