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Family Notices

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BIRTHS. On the 14th inst, at Fair Oak Lodge, near Pe- ter sfield, the Hon. Mrs. C. Paget, of a daughter. On the 6th insl. at Eiiniskilieii, the Right Hon. Lady Enniskillcn, of a son. On Wednesday, the 14th inst. in Saville-row, London, the Lady of C. G. Wynne, Esq. of a son and heir. HARRIED. On the 2mh inst. at Penraorr4, the Rev. Grif- fith Owen, of Ysguborhen, to Anne, only daughr ter of Humphrey Jones, Esq, of Gesalgyfarch, On Monday, at Llanfair, Montgomeryshire,by the Rev. David Jones, Mr. Thomas Pea- tre, to Miss Evans, Grefffydd, Llanw'nog. Sunday, at Landenny, Mr. James Williams, of Usk, to Miss Temperance Reece, of Trostrey, in Monmouthshire. On Sunday the 21st ult. at Gretna-green, CapL y i, Cai)t, Bonfein, of the life guards, son of Sir Edw. Bon- tein, to Miss Stanley, daughter of Sir Edw. Stan ley.-Tlie lady has just completed her fourteenth year! 0I ED. !On the 3d inst. sincerely lamented, at his resi-g dence in Cross-street, Islington, Mr. O. Hughes! (a native of Ciynnog, in this county) Insurance I Broker, of Pope's Head-alley, His suavity of j manners, and uprightness of conduct, endeareif |him to many; and a conscientious discharge of| jthe relative duties to God, and his fellow- man,- Iformed the basis of his actions, and rendered him| la character truly estimable. On the 13th inst. in child-bed, the third day after her confinement, after a few hours illness,! !which baffled the skill of her medical attendants J Elizabe.Ii, wife of Mr. John Williams, of Wap-( ping Wall, London,' and of Bryntirion, in thisf county, to the irreparable loss of her disconso 3 late family, and the sincerest regret of a nume| rous circle of friends and relations. In her isf lost a good and amiable wife, in whom was to be| found every virtue that could adorn her sex afj true and valuable friend, and one of the most af | ping Wall, Lon(loni and of Bryntirion, in thisf county, to the irreparable loss of her disconso 3 ate family, and the sincerest regret of a nume rous circle of friends and relations. In her isf lost a good and amiable wife, in whom was to be| found every virtue that could adorn her sex afj true and valuable friend, and one of the most af | fecrioiiate and best of mothers. On Sunday se'nnight, at Trydden Lodge, Flint- shire, aged 30, Hannah, the wife of Mr. Robert Davies: she bore a long and painful illness with exemplary fortitude and resignation, and resigned her soul with confidence, to (he mercy of the Al- mighty. Last week, Samuel Hopkins, Esq. of Blaenav- on* near Abergavenny. on, near Abergavenny. On the 21st ult. Mr. William Nicholson, many years conductor of the Philosophical Jotirna!. I At Builth, Mr. John Gwlllim, Solicitor, of that ft own, Friday, universally regretted, John Simpson, Esq. of Belmont, iu Shrewsbury; an eminent builder. At Crickhowell, after a lingering and severe illness, the Rev. Thomas Davies, in his76th yearJ: he was 40 years and upwards in the ministry, 34 of which he served as Curate of Ltangarren and St. Weouards, Herefordshire. -1"

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