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THURSDAY.—-[Before the Mayor…

REPRESENTATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE.

-CARDIFF CLUB.

ICARDIFF POLICE.—MONDAY.

.COWBRIDGE PETTY SESSIONS.

MERTHYR AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.

I------NEWPORT AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.

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Family Notices

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. Sept. 9, the lady of Mr. H. J. Paine, surgeon, Cardiff", of a daughter. Sept. 10, at Persondy, Glyntawv, the lady of the Re". Evan Jenkins, incumbent of Coelbren, of a son. Sept. 6, at the Tredegar Arms, Bute-terrace, Cardiff, the wife of Mr. M. O'Hagan, of a son. Aug. 31, at Bruton. Somersetshire, the lady of Theo- dore Paul, Esq., of Pendoylon House, in this county, of a daughter. Sept. 5, at Rhydfellon, Treforest, the wife of Me, Thomas Jenkins, of a daughter. Sept. 10, the wife of Mr. Thomas Llewellyn, Globe Inn, Newbridge, of a son. Sept. 3, the wife of Mr. William Palmer, carver and gilder, Wind-street, Swansea, of a son. Sept. 3, the wife of Mr. John Phillips, Coffee House, Orchard-street, Swansea, of twins—son and daughter. Sept. 4, at Badger Rectory, in the county of Salop, the lady of the Rev. T. F. Boddington, of a daughter. Sept. 8, at Clifton-street, Swansea, the wife of Mr. T. Reed, master of the Times Bristol trader, of a son. Sept. 10, the wife of Mr. Edwin Jones, master mari- ner, Pleasanl-street, Swansea, of a daughter. Sept. 5, the wife of Capt. Williams, uf the Neath Abbey, of a daughter. Sept. 9, at Marhs House, Pyle, the wife of Mr. Robert Matthews, of a son. MARRIAGES. Sept. 3, at Wansbeck, in the Duchy of Holstein, by the Rev. Adofphus Hansen, Crawshay Bailey, E?q., High-sheriff of Monmouthshire, to Ann, widow of the late William Bailey, Esq., of Lewisham. Sept. 9, by the Rev. Mr. Fuller, at Bethany chapel, Cardiff, Mr. William Davies, Melingriffith, to Mary, only daughter of Mr. Morgan Evans, of the same place. Sept. 7, at Merthyr Church, by the Rev. J. C. Camp- bell, by license, Mr. John Evans, grocer, &c., Pontmor- lais, Merthyr, to Mrs. Julia Prosser, of Dowlais, and daughter of William Morgan, Esq., of Penrhiew-wen, near Brecon. Sept. 5, at Westbury-upon-Trym, Mr. D. H. Walsh, outfitter, High-street, Bristol, to Sarah Jane, second daughter of the late Mr. Philip Goodhall, of Michel Troy, near Monmouth. DEATHS. Sept. 3, aged 8 months, Joseph Albert, son of Mr. William Jones, printer and bookseller, Bridgend-house, PontypiMd. Sept. 4. after a short illness, aged 47 years, Mr. John Western, Quay, Swansea,—a man much and deservedly respected. Sept. 1, at Dalkev, near Dublin, aged 83, Admiral R. D. Oliver. Sept. a, at Hampstead, aj-pd 20, James Henry, only son of the late Rev. James Davis, of Shirenewton, Mon- mouthshire. Sept. 8, at Tofhill Cottage, Plymouth, Joseph Ball, Esq., late of Cardiff, aged 53. Sept. 8, after a very short illness, Mr. Williim Better- Ion, of the Wyndham Arms Inn, Uridgeud. He was much beloved in the neighbourhood, and his loss will be leeply felt. Sept. 3, at Rodney-place, Clifton, T. Perrott, Esq., iged 79. Sept. 10, at Neath, Mr. "William Andrews, landlord of :he Full Moon, formerly of the Lamb Inn, Neath, aged 16 years. Sept. 3. at Thornhill, near Caerphilly, Mrs. Elisabeth Lovell, wife of Mr. Isaac Lovell, aged 58 years,—much respected by all who knew her. She was the daughter of the late W. Allgood, the celebrated japanner of Pon- typool, Monmouthshire.

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