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BIRTHS. I BOTES—March 3rd. at Da vies' Court, New Road. Holywell, the wife of Mr. Stephen boyes, of a son- still-born. BWANS-alaroh 5th, at Maesyroed Terrace, Denb^h, the wife of Mr. J. J. EvaIJ, reporter, of thia office, Of a daughter. MOGHBS—March 7th, the wife of Mr. Jo-apb Hughes, Edwards' Terrace, Broomhisl Lane, Denbigh, of a son, Joxzs-February 24th, at Saithffynnon Farm, Whit- ford, near Holywell, the wife of Mr, Etuolpn Jures, of a daughter. OWEN—March 5tt, the wife of Mr. David Owen, 21, Love Lane, Denbigh, of a sou PLERCm-March 5th, at Fairfield Viiiaa. the wife of Mr. W. M. Pierce, head master of the National School, Denbigh, of a daughter-first born. ROWLANDS—February 21st, at Bedw Cothgf" Whit- fed, near Holywell, the wife of Mr. John Kowlands, of a son. MARRIAGE S. DAVIHB—JONES March 8th, at the Independent chapel, Rhyl, by the Rev. D. Lewis, Mr. Edward Davies, Garnedd, Bala, to Miss Satah Jones, Wave Crest, Rhyl. JONES-WILLIAma-Marth 4th, at the Bethlehem chapel, St. Asaph, by the Rev. D. M. Jones (minister), and Mr. D. Hughes (registrar), Mr. William Price Jones, 4, Gian'rafon Terrace, St. Asaph, to Miss Sarah Williams, 41, West Parade, Rhyl. DEATHS. B0BQE96—March 3rd, at the residence of his son-in- law, Mr. Robert Jones, wheelwright, Beacon's Hill, Denbigh, Mr. Joseph Burgess, aged 86 years. The funeral took place last Tuesday, at Whitchurch. The Rev. James Charles (I). officiated at the house, and the Rev. Evan Jones (W.), at the grave. DAVIRS-March 7th, Mr. Samuel Davies, Llys Aled, Llansannan, aged 79 years, and was interred to-day (Saturday) at the graveyard of the C. M. chapel, Llansannan. DAviiza-February 24th, at Northop Hall, Northop, Caradoc, son of Mr. Joseph Davies, blacksmith, aged 2 years. DAviza-March 5th, at 11, Conway Street, Mold, Emma, daughter of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Harriet Davies, eged 18 years. DINHAH-March 8th, at 1. Castle Street, Mold, Mary Anne, widow of the late Mr. Edward Dinham, aged 55 years. GRIFFITHS-Ma.rch 2nd, at Picton, Llanasa, Phoebe, the beloved wife of Mr. Peter Griffiths, aged 84 years. GRlFFITHS-Maroh 6th, at Pentre, Mold, Mr. David Griffiths, aged 73 years. HUGHES-February 27th, at Nant. Mostyn, Jane, widow of the late Mr. Hugh Hughes, aged 41 years. JONES-March 5th, at Pierce's Row, Bagillt, Mr. T. Jones, aged 83 years. JONES-March 10th, Mr. William Jones, Rhewl Valley, Prion, near Denbigh, aged 64 years, and will be Interred at the graveyard of Saron chapel on Monday, March 13th. PEACOCK—March 8th, at Penrhewl, St. Asaph, Tabitha, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Peacook. Zzm-Harch 7th, at Tai Newydd, Bagillt, Mr. James Rees, aged 67 years. POWIILL-March 6th, at Pontblyddyn, Mold, Mary, widow of the late Mr. Edward Powell, aged 98 years. ROBERTS-March 4th, at Wylfa. Mold, William Edward, infant son of Mr. William Roberts, aged 12 months. RoGBRS-March 6th, at 43. Maesydre, Mold, Jane. infant daughter of Mr. Samuel Rogers, aged 1 month. SPICBB— March 8th, at Mill Street, St. Asaph, Thomas Edwin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Spicer, aged 7 years and 2 months. TAYLOR-March 4th, at Mountain Ash, Buckley, Mold, Lilian Esther, daughter of Mr. John Taylor, aged 13 years. WILLIAMS February 24th, Mrs. Jane Williams, Hafod y Gôg, Llangernyw, aged 76 years. II WILLIAMS—March 3rd, Mr. Robert Williams, Cefn Coed Uohaf, Eglwys Bach, aged 40 years. WILLIAMS—March 6th, Mr. Edward Owen Williams, the beloved son of Mrs. Roberts, Pen y Waen, Waen, St. Asaph, aged 27 years. He was interred at Llan- nefydd graveyard to-day (Friday). WILLIAMS-March 9th, Jenny, the beloved wife of Mr. Walter Price Williams, stoker on the L. & N. W. Railway, Garfield Terrace. Denbigh (and daughter of the late Mr. David Williams, saddler. Chapel Street), aged 26 years. She leaves a husband, and two little children, to mourn her loss. WYNNE— March 2nd, at Gwernymynydd, near Mold, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Thomas Wynne, aged 45 years,

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