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BIRTHS--(Caledoniun.) On the 27th of May, the Countess of Buchan, of a son.-In May, at Bigtoun, the lady of Wm. Bruce, esq. younger, of Symbester, advocate, of a son.
On the 14th of May, at Kinnaird castle, Lady Carneigie, of Southesk, of a son.
At Kilmaron castle, on the 16th of May, the lady of James Ogilvy Dalgleish, esq. of twins.—On the 22d of May, at Eden, Mrs. Grant Ďuff, of a daughter.
On the 19th of May, at Worthing, Mrs. Capt. Fraser, R. n. of a daughter.
At Stanley grove, the lady of the Hon. Col. Grant, of Ytilk, of a son.On the 8th of April, at Leith, the wife of the Rev. James Grant, of a son.
On the 9th of April, Mrs. Col. Forbes Leith, of Whitehaugh, Aberdeenshire, of a son.
On the 3d of May, at Dunollay, the lady of Capt. Mac Dougal, R.N. chief of his name, of a son. ---On the 30th of May, at Minto-street, Edinburgh, the lady of Major Mac Gregor, of a daughter. On the 1st of May, at Conan house, Lady Mac Kenzie, of Gairloch, of a son.—On the 31st of March, at Drumfin, 'Mull, the lady of Hugh Mac Lean, esq. younger, of Coll, of a son.-On the 13th of April, at Edinburgh, Mrs. Mac Neil, of Ugadale, of a son.-On the 14th of June, at the East Manse, Greenock, Mrs. Menzies, of a son. On the 7th of May, at Inches, Mrs. Robertson. of Inches, of a daughter.
-(Cambrian.) On the 10th of April, at Kentchurch, Herefordshire, G. Bentham, esq. only son of Sir S. Bentham, K. S. G. to Sarah, daughter of Sir Harford Jones Brydges, bart. of Boultibrook.On the 15th of May, at Llanspyddyd, the very Rev. Thomas Bevan, m. A. archdeacon of St. David's, prebendary of Brecknock, and vicar of Carmarthen, to Ann, second daughter of the late Rev. David Williams, I.L. B. of Llanspyddyd, Breconshire.—On the 3d of April, at St. Paul's church, Bristol, James Bradley, esq.of Portland square, Bristol, to Mrs. Williams, widow of the late Thomas Williams, jun. esq. of Cowbridge. On the 21st of May, at St. Bride's, Pembroke, the Rev. Richard Buckley, to Mary Thomasina Phillips.
On the 22d of May, D. Davies, esq. of the Bridge, Cardigan, to Miss Griffiths, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Griffiths, of Berllan, Pembrokeshire.At Manchester, R. Davies, esq. youngest son of the late Rev. T. Davies, rector of Llanderfel, Merionethshire, to Miss Ashley, only daughter of the late William Ashly, esq. Bunbury.-On the 21st of May, at Newport, Monmouthshire, by the Rev. A. A. Isaacson, vicar, Charles Thomas Desmond, esq. to Miss Agnes Fell Lancaster, of Clifton, Bristol ; and afterwards, in conformity with Mr. Desmond's creed, the ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Portal, of the Roman Catholic church.
On the 16th of April, at Llangollen, by the Rev. R. Briscoe, M. A. Thomas Edwards, esq. to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John Eyton, esq. both of Llangollen.-On the 31st of May, at Whitford, by the Rev. E. Roberts, vicar, Mr. J. Elias, only son of the Rev. John Elias, Anglesey, to Harriet, second daughter of Richard Maurice, esq. of Plasuchaf, near Moston. On the 29th of May, at Holyhead, by the Rev. John Jones, M. A. Charles Ball Elliott, esq. Sackville-street, Dublin, to Ellen, fourth daughter of Edmund Roberts, esq. Ucheldre Park, Holyhead.
On the 26th of March, at Abergele, by the Rev. R. Jackson, A. M. John Foulkes, esq. Peniarth, to Miss Lloyd, Tymawr, near Abergele. XIX,
In April, at Oysterinouth, Charles Gilbart, esq. to Eleanor, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John Beynon, of Pittan, Gower.-On the 26th of May, at Munich, Count Potemkin, ambassador from his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Russia, at the court of Bavaria, to Eliza Mary Rose, daughter of E. M. Grainger, esq. of Twysog, Denbighshire.
On the 17th January, at Clare, Suffolk, by the Rev. John Cox, William Hughes, esq. of No. 35, Great Coram-street, London, to Emily, daughter of the late Lieutenant-General Elwes, of Stoke College, Suffolk.-On the 7th of June, at Llanycil, by the Rev. John Lloyd, the Rev. John Hughes, of Fairfield House, Wrexham, to Miss Grace Jones, of Glantrewerin, Bala.
On the 29th of May, the Venerable Archdeacon Jones, to Sarah, only daughter of the late Robert Davies, esq. of Llanbedr.—On the 8th of May, at Kensington, Charles Gwillim Jones, esq. of Gray's Inn, London, son of the late Rev. J. Jones, of Foy, Herefordshire, to Miss Margaret Hardwick, of Kensington.
On the 17th of June, at Penrice, John Dillwyn Llewellyn, esq. of Penllergare, eldest son of L. W. Dillwyn, esq. m. P. to Emma Thomasina, daughter of the late Thomas M. Talbot, esq. of Margam Park.-In June, at London, Oliver Lloyd, esq. of Cardigan, to Sarah Elizabeth Gertrude, daughter of Benjamin Edward Hall, esq. of Paddington Green.
On the 18th of June, at Berriew, by the Rev. John Jones, the Rev. George Norman, M. A. head-master of Stafford Royal Free Grammar School, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Humphreys, of Berriew Rectory, Montgomeryshire.
On the 4th of May, at St. George's church, Hanover-square, Walter Owen Price, esq. of Llandillo, to Miss Evans, of Glanantcoy, in the county of Cardigan.
At Llansaintfraid, Montgomeryshire, by the Rev. H. W. Jones, E. S. B. Roberts, esq. of Bryn, to Hannah, the accomplished daughter of J. Lewis, esq. of White Hall, and well known as the author of "The Lover lost ;" “ Kilmerana ;" &c. &c.
On the 28th of May, at Ruabon, by the Rev. T. Thomas, B. A. Edward Tench, esq. of Hewell, in the county of Warwick, to Amelia, eldest daughter of Exuperius Pickering, esq. of Newbridge cottage, Ruabon.—00 the 3d of June, at Llangadock, William Thomas, esq. of Llwynberllan, to Mrs. Jane Williams, of Llangadock. On the 17th of May, at Wrexham, A. W. Thornley, esq. to Miss Livingston, sister to Captain Livingston, of the former place.-On the 26th of March, at Liverpool, Samuel Tipper, esq. of Whitebrook, Monmouthshire, to Elizabeth, third daughter of the Jate Johnson Gore, esq.-On the 2d of April, at Torquay, the Rev. George Trevelyan, eldest son of the late Archdeacon Trevelyan, to Frances Anne, only daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Lumsden.
On the 11th of June, at Marlborough, Anna Margaretta, second daughter of Sir G. Griffith Williams, bart. to Henry H. Lyons, esq. youngest son of W. Lyons, esq. of Tenby.-- On the 22d of June, at St. George's, Hanoversquare, London, Lloyd Vaughan Watkins, esq. of Penoyre, M. P. for Brecknock, to Sophia Louisa Henrietta, daughter of Sir Geo. Pocock, bart.Lately, at Llandebie, Carnarvonshire, R. M. Williams, esq. of Mynyddhirion, near Llandillo, to Eliza, only daughter of John Heptinstal, esq. of Cwmcoch.--On the 21st of May, John Woods, esq. clerk of the peace for the county of Glamorgan, to Mrs. Davids, of Cwm, in the county of Carmarthen.
- Caledonian.) On the 11th of June, Hugh Bremner, esq. W.S. to Catherine, youngest daughter of Robert Menzies, esq. Trinity Lanark.-On the 30th of April,
Mr. George Augustus Brigstocke, merchant, Leith, fifth son of the Rev. Thomas Brigstocke, vicar of Llawhaden, Pembrokeshire, to Agnes, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Fraser, esq. of Crailinghall, Roxburghshire.
On the 15th of April, at Blair Manse, the Rev. Duncan Campbell, minister of the parish of Moulin, to Jane Mac Conochie, eldest daughter of the Rev. Stewart.
On the 14th of March, at Aberdeen, Capt. Duff, 92d regiment, to Emma, only daughter of Deputy Commissary General Haines, Merrion-street, Dublin.
On the 13th of May, Alexander Fraser, Inverness, to Margaret, daughter of the late captain Mac Ritchie, Leith.—On the 30th of April, James Farquharson, esq. of Invercauld, chief of Clan Finla, to Janet' Hamilton, eldest daughter of the late general Francis Dundas, of Sanson, Berwickshire. The happy event was celebrated with great rejoicing. The tenants on the extensive estates from Logie Colstone to Glenshee, gave themselves up to mirth and revelry. Lady Farquharson considerately ordered a distribution of oatmeal to all the servants and poor, and Cairn na cuimhne, the name of which is the Clan Slogan, was considerably augmented by the enthusiastic mac Errachers.
On the 11th of May, at Hornsey, near London, Alexander Grant, esq. of Newington Green, to Frances Julia, daughter of J. B. Reyner, esq.
On the 2d of May, the Rev. Alexander Mac Kenzie, chapel of ease, Oban, Argyle, to Ann, daughter of the late Wm. Shaw, esq.
On the 15th of April, at lieut.-gen. Sir John Hope's mansion, Edinburgh, Wm. Mc Turk, M.D. of Bradford, to Beatrrce Rishton, yonngest daughter of captain D. Mac Dougal, of Adentrive, Argyle.
On the 9th of May, at Aldmore near Tain, in Ross, the Rev. Walter Ross Taylor, minister of Thurso, lo Isabella, second daughter of William Murray, esq. of Westfield.
On the 23d of April, Robert Sutherland Taylor, esq. sheriff-clerk of Sutherland, to Mary Poynty, youngest daughter of the late colonel Innes Munro, of Poyntzfield.
5.-(Cambrian.) Lately Maurice Bieby, esq. of Llanvyllin, Montgomeryshire.-On the 21st of May, at Kelsterton, Northop, Flintshire, after a protracted illness, Thomas Bate, esq. in the 65th year of his age.—On the 8th ult. at Wrexham, Harriet, wife of Samuel Boydell, esq. and third daughter of the late J. B. Watson, esq. of Terrick Hall, in the county of Salop.--At Bruges, in the Pas de Calais, a maiden lady, Mlle. Bosey, at the advanced age of 116.On the 28th of March, at Pembroke, suddenly, aged 59, Eliza, the wife of John Bowling, esq. of Bullibar, Magistrate for the County of Pembroke.April 27th, at Hilston-house, near Monmouth, aged 74, General Sir Robert Brownrig, bart. G.C.B. Colonel of the 9th foot, and Governor of Ceylon.
On the 3rd of April, in St. John-street, Chester, in the 74th year of his age, deeply lamented by his afilicted family, the Rev. Roger Clough, Canon of St. Asaph, and Rector of Llansannan, in the county of Denbigh.---April 16th, in Grosvenor-square, London, the Right Hon. Henry George, Earl of Carnarvon, a highly respected nobleman. He is succeeded by his son Lord Porchester.
Lately, at Llansainlet, aged 105, Aune David. She was the widow of a collier, and had resided during her long life within one mile of the Swansea Copper Works.
At Brecon, Clement, second son of the late Clement Ekins, esq. surgeon
in the 93d Regiment of Highlanders.—On the 4th of May, at Trevechan, Aberystwith, aged 72, Mr. John Evans, formerly the first partner in the firm of Evans, Jones, and Davies, bankers. As a banker, his liberality and use fulness were proverbial; and, many persons in Aberystwith and its neighbourhood are wholly indebted to his beneficent assistance for their present wealth and prosperity.—June 20th, at Harrow, Middlesex, aged 68, the Rev. Benjamin Evans, under master of the celebrated Harrow school.
April 3d, at Clifton, Morgan Heffer, esq. late of Pontypool.-April 11th the Rev. Rowland Hill. The venerable gentleman was seized with alarming symptoms about a week previously, from which illness he was destined never to recover. He was in the 89th year of his age. His physical powers had been long in a declining state, but his intellectual energies remained almost unimpaired to the last moment of his existence. He at length sunk under a gradual decay of nature, and died without a groan. On Monday morning, April 8th, he preached for the last time to an immense audience, composed principally of the boys belonging to the Sunday School Union, whom he had been in the habit of addressing on every successive Easter Monday, for some years past. On Tuesday morning he expressed some desire to address the girls connected with the same schools, which was also his accustomed practice; but being very unwell, he was dissuaded from it by his friends; and his assistant, the Rev. Mr. Waite, officiated in his room.
During the morning of that day, he found it necessary to lie down in his bed, from which he never rose more. His friends, who attended him during his last moments, state, that although articulation failed him, they have no doubt but he was perfectly conscious of every thing transpiring around him until he breathed his last. Thus has died, at a good old age, this somewhat eccentric, but much respected and venerable Christian.On the 1st of April, the Rev. Jeffery Holland, Rector of Dolbenmaen, Carnarvon.—2d of April, in hiš 43d year, at Plas Onn, near Mold, Edward Jones Hughes, esq. after a short but severe illness.
March 24th, William Jones, formerly affluent, died in Trelleck poorhouse, aged 81, and was buried in the church-yard. As soon, however, as the minister of the adjoining parish heard of the circumstance, he informed the authorities, that the deceased had pointed out a spot close to the graves of his wife and son in Llanishen church-yard, where he had earnestly desired to be buried. His wishes were complied with, the body was disinhumed, and reinterred according to his request.—March, in London, aged 33, T. Rogers Jones, esq. solicitor, Swansea.—On the 17th ult. after a long illness, Mary, the wife of Capt. Robert Jones, of Abersoch, near Pwllheli, aged 60. ---27th March, Marianne, second daughter of the Rev. David Jamas, curate of Llanwnog, Montgomeryshire.-On Saturday se'nnight, at the Chapel House, Wotton-Underedge, much respected and lamented, the Rev. Theophilus Jones, after an illness of a few days. He was co-pastor with the Rev. Rowland Hill upwards of sixteen years, and it is a singular circumstance, that he never engaged in any public service after he heard of the removal of that venerable and excellent man.--On Saturday, the 18th of May, Thomas Johnson, esq. of the Bute and Rumney Iron Works.- On the 3d of April, Mary, relict of the late Griffith Jones, of Wem, esq. She had attained the age of 73 years.--230 March, at Rugby, after a severe illness, in his 15th year, sincerely lamented, Pryce, son of Pryce Jones, esq. of Ceffronydd, Montgomeryshire.-April 1st, at Broadway, near Montgomery, Lady Jones, wife of Captain Sir Charles Thomas Jones, R.N.
Ai Corsegydol, Frances, daughter of Bell Lloyd, esq. and niece of Lord Mostyn.- Lately at Machynlleth, aged 45, John Lewis, esq.
AtCardiff, on the 7th May, Sarah, wife of Francis Minnitt, esq. Comptroller of his Majesty's Customs. On the 8th April, at Tynycaia, St. Brides Major, Glamorgan, John Price Martin, esq. formerly of Calcutta, and latterly of Cheltenham. His death was occasioned by over exertion in endeavouring to extinguish a fire caused by the carelessness of a servant maid in one of the bed chambers. He succeeded in his endeavours, but the effects of the heated air and subsequent exposure to cold, produced such a rapid inflammation of the lungs, as to baffle all the skill of medical assistance. In him were blended all the virtues of the husband, friend, and sincere christian.-On the 23d March, at Brynsodyn, near Dolgelley, after a long illness, aged 39, Lady Ellen Moore, a native of Ireland.-Lately at Tymawr Lledied, Cardiganshire, aged 79, Mrs. Elizabeth Creber, daughter of the celebrated antiquary and poet, Lewis Morris, esq. ( Llewellyn ddu o fôn.)-On the 2d May, at Barmouth, Miss Wynn, daughter of the late Wm. Manney, esq. of Maes y Neuadd and Maes y Pandy, in the county of Merioneth.
At Dolgelley, aged 68, the Rev. Thomas Owen, head master of Dolgelley school.-On the 27th of May, at Towyn Merionethshire, aged 83, Mr. Griffith Owen, formerly of the Raven inn. He was a native of Penmorfa, Carnarvonshire, and was one of the most celebrated harpers Wales ever produced.
At Bath, Elizabeth, daughter of Wm. Philips, jun. esq. of Witston House, Monmouthshire.—On the 19th of May, aged 77, Mr. Thomas Prichard, late of Tyddyn-mawr, Llanfihangel Ysceiflog, Anglesey; whose remains measured six feet six inches.
On the 2nd ult. at Bodunig, Llanrwst, Catherine Lloyd, youngest daughter of the late William Lloyd Roberts, esq. of Cefn y Coed, Denbighshire.-On the 201h May, Laura Ann, youngest daughter of Abraham Rowlands, esq. Nanty Glo, Monmouthshire.--April 17, George Clayton Roche, esq. of Clareston who about three years ago served the office of High Sheriff of the county of Pembroke. His death was occasioned by his being scorched from the accidental burning of his bed curtains.
On the 21st March, at the advanced age of 101, Mary Shankland, formerly of Llansaguren, near Langharne, Carmarthenshire, leaving one son, seven grandchildren, and thirty-one great grand children.
On the 11th May, aged 66, Margaret Trevor, relict of the late George Withers, esq. of Oswestry, and sister of the late Rev. Dr. Trevor.
On the 10th of June, at the Vicarage, Clynnog, in his 77th year, and about 24 years vicar of that parish, the Rev. H. Williams.
-(Caledoniun.) There died a few months ago, at Murthly castle, Perthshire, Shemus Anderson, an eccentric character, who was hen-keeper, and official fool in the family for three-score years. Jamie was something more than four feet in height, and of corresponding proportions, but deformed. He had read a good deal, had an excellent memory; and, whatever he might have appeared professionally, he was, like other fools, by no means blind to his own interest. There were found in a box, filled with newspapers, &c. bank-notes for £300, and buried in a corner £20 in silver. About his bed were found £56 in notes, and a receipt for £30, which with £20 in specie, makes £426, of which he left £12 per annum to a destitute brother.
In Devonshire-place, London, April 20, Lieut.-Col. John Baillie, of Leys, Director of the East India Company, and M. P. for the Inverness district of Burghs.--At London, Margaret, eldest daughter of Charles Bannerman, esq. of Crimonmogat, Aberdeenshire.