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BIRTHS. On the 16th inst. at Duffryu Aberdare, the lady of John Bruce Bruce, Esq. of a sou. Oa the 6ih inst. at Fulhain, the lady of James Lewis Knight, ot Lincoln's-iun, Esq. of a riaugiltcr. Juately, at Chewton Priory, Somersetshire, the lady of Mojwr Goldfinch, of the Oxford mditu,of a daughter. AiAHKiED. At Monmouth, Mr. VVeisman, to Mrs. Simes, relict of I Charles Susies, ii-jq. a respectable Solicitor of Bath. At Abergavenny, Mr. B. Frere, of Ross, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. Doel, of Abergavenn v. Yesterday, at Carmarthen, Mr. Francis Nash, seedsman, of Bristol, to Miss Williams, of Carmarthen. Mr. Samuel I homas, auctioneer, to Airs. Louisa Woods, huttl of Cal munhcn. At Kid well y, Carmarthenshire, the Rev. John Abel, the highly-esteemed pastor of ihe Presbyterian church at (hat piace, to Airs. MaigaietWilliams, widow- of the late Mr. John Williams, of Maesgwenllio.i, in that borough. At Kavci lord west, Lieut. Sides, R.N. to Ami, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Benjamin Thomas, of Narberih. Ac Grestord, Mr. Edward Williams, of that place, to Ehzabetn, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Roberts, of Lavister, ill the county of DIED? Ou Wednesday, the 12th, ot Cowbridge, in the 40th year ot her age, Mrs. Rhys, wife otv Mr. Thomas lUiys, Masier ot the Academy in that (own. About two months ago the bursting ot a blood-vessel m herlun:s brought.oll a pulmonary consumption, which terminated in her death, to the grief and irreparable loss of her disconsolate hus- band, her infant children, and the « ide circle of her friends her poor neighbours have lost a most humane and charita- ble benefactress: her numerous acquaintance a valuable and alfectiouiite iriend her ear was ever open lo the voice of distress, as were her hands and hu heare id afford every relief in her power. The.young gentlemen hoarders who wwe Milder.her-care have experienced a loss but little less than ihai ol a mother her attention to thein was exemplary un all occasions, and more particularly.' so in anxiousl> watching over their health her equanimity of temper was almost beyond- example great though possessed of the waimust iiliection, her mind never exhibited any visible degree oi irritation. She lud in the .course of her life seen much of the world, and bad spent Hllny years in- the me- tronfitts; yet, though exposed < to those inflmnces from which no ranks or degrees are exempt, she retained th 1, Unsuspecting innocence of mind which was through life her most distinguishing characteristic. As she lived so'she died a. -true Christian. Her funeral was attended by a very numerous concourse of friends, of neighbours, and'bv all her boarders, who will long and deeply deplore the ios"s ot her. Aged 65, Mrs. Jones, of the Lamb-inn, Llandovery. Aged 'J'J, Mr. Adam Henderson, of Glanrhossan, near' Llandovery. On the dill inst. at Llanbedrog Cottage, the residence of \V m. Lloyd Caldecot, Esq. Major Horsley,59th regiment, in the Sod year of his age, universally regretted for his amiable disposition and engaging manners. On Thursday, at.his seat, at Prinknasb Park, near Glou- cester, Thos. Bayiy Howell, Esq. Barrister at La,v, E'elj,,w of the Royal and Antiquiiian Societies, and oile of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace. Mr. John Rowland, Custom house officer, Holyhead. Mrs. M. Williams, shopkeeper, Hoivhead. On tlic,iitli inst. much regretted, in the 65th year of her •i-ge, Mrs.-Junes, of the Boot-inn, Ruthin. The many good qualities which siie possessed, are too generally known in Ruihin, and its neighbourhood, to need enumeration the requisite qualities which ought to adom the parellt and wile were in her united and during a life of twmty.five years' widowhood, her conduct throughout was trufv ex- emplary with the fruit ot honest industry she was enabled to bring'up'a numerous and expensive family of her own. besides proving a parent to her parentless grand-children., and as she lived, she died respected, aud in peace with all mankind—a stimulative example to others of her sex to IIlIitöte.

SHIR JNEW&.

COUNTRY MARAETS.