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MONMOUTH

... chemise on it, and flannel night-gown over the legs ; the left arm was in position as if lifted towards the head, and the right arm resting across the chest; the right leg was over the left; the arms, legs, and body, were all supple; perceived some coagulated ...

lIYOEIAX SYSTEM, OF MEDICINE

... Williams Milford Mr. Saise, Plumber Narberth,.,,.,.Mrs. Davies Newbridge Mr. John Knight Swansea Miss Jenkins, Library Tenby Mr. Stevens, Stamp Office Tredegar Mr. John Davies rye ban). One may be appointed any Market-Town In the Principality application ...

CAR MART HEN,

... withdrew the charge on defendant paying costs. John Parry, charged with assaulting Mr. James Powell, auctioneer. find bail to keep the peace for three months, and pay expenses. Morgan Samuel, for assault John Thomas, both of Nani y Glo, Case dismissed. Monmouth ...

BIRTHS

... home with him. Witness, after having the vessel repaired at Plymouth, set sail for France, having with him John Ellery, Robert Pierse, and John Wilcox. When had arrived near the French const he received his register from Ellery. They bought in France ...

MARRIED

... charged the police with being idle and disorderly persons, in the borough of Brecon. —October 6, by John Uotcbkis, Eaq., and the Uev. William Davis; John Watkins, alius “Jack of tha to three calendar months hard labour, convicted of poaching at night lime ...

Monday, 29th Auc.—Before G. R. Morgan, Esq

... horn 1808, and married in 1833, to the daughter of the Rev. John Scott, and niece of the Earl of Meath. St DDFN death.— On the inst., an awful case of sudden death occurred at the Wyndham Arms Inn, Bridgend, in this county. A Mr. Sylvester, of the Strand ...

MARRIF.n

... Scholars St. David's College; Lewis Evan*, Butler; John Powell Jones, ditto; l>avid Michael Evans, Eldon Hebrew ; Edwards. Eldon Welsh ; William Price, Harford ; John Slumey, Col'ege; Richard Davies, ditto; and John Price Jones, More . Caitiox—An Impostor.—A ...

BIRTHS

... House, near Preeteign, aged 18 months. John Thomson Stephens, eldest son of T. King Stephens, Esq. the 4ib inst., of consumnlion, the 19th year of bit age. Richard, youngest son of Mrs. Sarah Owen, tbe Kiug'e Arms. Carmarthen. Serious Accident.—On Tuesday ...

ABERGAVENNY

... been able to have undergone the fatigues of the journey back again ; but she breather! her last the same afternoon, in the arms of some persons who were carrying her from the bed-room the door. “Christmas Presents.” —On Friday se’nnight, the wife of a ...

MONMOUTH

... pregnancy. Deaths from Fright and Fire. —Lost Tuesday, inquest was held before W. Bonville, Kan., coroner, at the Monsel’s Arms, on the body of Joha Harries, 5 years. The deceased having occasion gel up rather earlier than usual on the previous Monday ...