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T?mo?ON THE BOROUGH FRANCHISE BILL.—Among th membfr? who voted for Mr. Baine?'o bill for the ex tf.!nn n! the franchise we find the foUowias :-Colonel  H. A. Bruce, h. L. Dillwyn, Sir John Han.  William Iorm, Sir Hugh Owen, Lord Clarence «er' FT I'U. W. Owen ShuUev, C. R. Talbot, C. R ?ev H. H. "¡nan, and G. H. WtmUey. Ag?in.t- Bjc?rd Bu)ke)ev, Lord Richard GTosvenor, D:wid Jone-' T. tfahiwaring, P O. Morgan, Major Morgan, folonel Pennant, David Pugh, T. Rowley, Sir John; Colonel pc Nl l u, Walsh, Colonel Williams, C. W. Wynn, and W. W. R. Wynne. DEATII OF SIP. DAVID DAVTES, R.C.H., M.D.—We have to record the death of Sir David Davies, K.C.H., M.D., who died at Lucca, Italy, a few days since, aged 72 years. The deceased was the only son of Robert Davies, Esq., of LJwyn, Cardiganshire, by the youngest daughter of John Price, E-q., of liliosybedw. He was born in 1763, and married in 1819, to Mary Anne, youngest daughter of the Rev. Joliu Williams. He re- ceived the Guelphic Order from William IV. a few days previous to that monarch's decease, and was knighted by (lueen Victoria shortly after her Majesty's accession. He was for some time in practice at Hampton, but left that town OR bejn appointerl physician to William IV. and the late Queen Dowager, whom he had attended professionally upwards of five years previous to their ac- j cession.

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