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irth, 1nrrin4Jt$, ami tntb. Notices of Births, Marriages and DeaW,shouldbeauthenlicot d by the name and address of the acwlers, or transmitttd to us through our acwedited Agent. We beg to intimate that in future notices of Births and Mar riages will be charged as advertisements at the uniform rate of One Shilling each and except where the party sending has an account at the office, prepayment must be made. or the notice will not appear If more convenient to the sender, pay- ment may be made in Red Postage Stamps. Obituary notices will be iuserted free at heretofore. BIRTHS. On the 8th inst, at Dolawen. Festiniog, the wife of Mr. O. G. Williams, clerk to Messrs I'ercival & Co., of a son. Ar wyneb aerawenwr.—llinellai Llaw Ion harddwych bictiwr; I wch weled cynrychiol>»r, Ac eilun da o Ulyndwr. G. GOWLTD. MARRIAGES. On the 12th inst,, at St John's Church. Blackburn, by the Rev. John Smith. Incumbent, Mr. W. Y. Hardie. C.E., of Bangor, North Wales, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr. William Dewhurst, of Wellington Street, St. John's, Black- burn, On the 14th inst.. at Vnygcynhaiarn Church, by the Venerable Archdeacon Whi:e. assisted by the Rev Erasmus Parry, the Rector. John Ignatius Williams. Esq Barrister at Law, of Lincoln's Inn to Louisa Mary, only surviving child of Ueut Cut. Walker, of Hendregadredd. DEATHS. On the 7th inst, at her residence, 40, Mount Pleasant. Liver- pool, Mary Ann, relict of Mr. Thomas Jones, in her Gith year On the 7th inst., at Ango?fa, St. Asaph, Margaret, widow of the Kev. John Jones, M. A., late rector of St. George. Denbigh- shire. On the 4th inst at Chester, aged 77 years, Mr. Parry, late of the Bedol farm, Bagillt. On the 4th inst., at Chester, aged 17, Mr. George Hughes, son of Charles II ughes Coach builder. On the 0th inst.. aged 9 years, at the Brown Cow, Mold, Peter, eldest son of Mr. R Williams. On the 7th inst.. at the Cottage, Wrexham, Miss Batty, late of Bron Dyffryn, near Denbigh, aged 92 years On the Oth inst, at Bridge-street, Row West, Chester, Stephen Gibbon Salusbury, Esq., aged 2 years. On the 4th inst., aged 85, Mr. Owen Ellis, Tailor, Llanrwst. On the 4th imt after a lingering Illness, Mr. Thos. EJIi., C'emiw, LIandrillo, aged 25. On the 3rd inst., after a lingering illness, Jane, the beloved wife oflir. Charles Luty, Camp Hill, Nuneaton, (late of Plas UWYllon, Anglesey), in her 37th year. On the 10th inst., Lucy Cranraer, the beloved and eldest daughter of D. Craumer Buchanan, F-iq., Poulton, Wallasey, Cheshire. On the 7th inst., aged 88. Mrs Elizabeth Koberto, widow of the late Mr. Hugh Roberts, Madyn, Amlwch, On the 4th inst. after a lingering illness, Georgians, the be- loved wife of the Rev. John lwwlaudi, B.D., Rector of GNUS fn, near Lynn, Norfolk. On the 19th inst. aged 57. highly respected at Llangefni, John Colclougb Mercier, Eøq" Poitiait Painter, late of London. On the 9th inst. after a lingering illness, aged 49, Mrs Thoma. wife of Upt. William Thomas, Waterloo p ort. near Carnar- vonk and wier to Ibe Rev .Robert Davie*, independent Idiou- ter, London, and D. Davies, Esq, Liverpool.

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