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aild tim of Births, Marriagts and Deaths, should be authm'kat'S by the name and address of the senders, or transmitted to m through our accredited Agents. We beg to intimate, that in future notices of Births and Mar- riaees will be charged a« 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 mav be made in Ited Postage Stamps. Obituary notice. will be inserted free as heretofore. BIRTHS. On tho 24th ult,, the wife of Mr. William Jones, Timber Merchant, Xanlan, near Llanrwst, of a son. MARRIAGES. On the 2nd inst., at the Tabernacle Cbapel. Bangor, by the Rev. Samuel Roberts, Mr. Richard Davies, Tailor and Draper, Salford, Manchester, to Ellen, youngest daughter of the late Sir. Henry Williams, Smith, Bangor. On the 57th nit., at L'anbeblig Church, Carnarvon, by the Rev. J. C. Vincent, Capt. John Owen, of the schooner Camfrna, of Bangor, to Elizabeth Hughes, only daughter of Mr. John Hugbes. Coachman, George I] ote), Bangor Ferry. On the 24th ult., at the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Denbigh, by the Rev. Thomas Gee, Mr. William Robert,. Grocer, CM- narvon. to Susannah, the youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Cumming, Denbigh. On the 24th uit. at the Parish Church, Abercele, by the Rev J, Meredith, Vicar, Mr, Richard Kerfoot, of Bodhafod, to Miss Anne Jane, third daughter of Mr. Robert Edwards, of Hendre. ucha, both in the parish of Abergele. No Cards. DEATHS. On the 2nd inst., aged 45, Mr. Henry Williams, smith, Rock Cottage, Portmadoc. The deceased was greatly respected, and his death will be lamented by a large circle of friends and rela- tions. On the 25th inst., of consumption, aged 25 years, Mr. Griffltbi Mill-stone cutter, High-street. Portmadoc. On the 27th inst.. aged 12 years, of consumption. Agnes Har- riet Brett, daughter of Mr. Brett, game-keeper, Wern, Port- madoc. On the 3rd inst,. at Hendre-bach. Clynnog, aged 32, Ellen, the wife of Ir, W Davies, of that place, and the daughter and last surviving child of the late Mr. Ebenezer Thomas, (Eben Fardi.) On the 26th ult very suddenly, at her son's house, the Black Lion Hotel, Mold, Mrs Jane Dean, eldest daughter of the late Capt. Peter Evans, of Chester On the 23rd ult., aged 70, Mrs Knowles, wife of Mr. E. Knowlel, builder, Denbigh.

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