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of the township of Holywell; thence along the eastern and southern or exterior boundary of the township of Holywell to the boundary stone first described.

Mold. The township of Mold.
Overton. The old borough of Overton.
Rhuddlan. The old borough of Rhuddlan.

MONTGOMERY.

Llanfyllin. From the southern extremity, on the north-west of the town, of the private road which leads from the Llangynog turnpike-road to Bodfach Hall, along the said private road to the point at which the same is met by the boundary of the field Cae Evan Griffith; thence, northward, along the boundary of the field Cae Evan Griffith to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the field Maes Ucha; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the field Maes Ucha, to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the field called Cae-pella Bwlch-y-llan, to the point at which the same meets the Llangedwyn road; thence along the northern fences of the respective fields Cae Dû, Cae Main, and Cae Dû Mawr, and along the eastern fence of the field Cae Dû Mawr, to the point at which the last-mentioned fence reaches the Derwlwyn Wood; thence in a straight line across the Derwlwyn Wood to the northern extremity of the eastern fence of Glynie Isa tenement; thence along the eastern fence of Glynie Isa tenement to the point at which the same meets the Brynelldyn road; thence along the Brynelldyn road to the point at which the same reaches Green Hall Park; thence, southward, along the boundary of the field Caer Gwenithdir to the point at which the same meets the river Cain; thence along the river Cain to the bridge called Pont-y-Derwlwyn; thence along Pont-y-Derwlwyn lane to the point at which the same meets the Bachie road; thence along the Bachie road to the eastern corner of Garth Wood; thence along the south-western fences of the fields Caer Garth and Cyfie Ucha, and of the wood Coed Pen-y-Garth, and, westward, along the southern fence of the field Cae Gwenith to the point at which such southern fence cuts the occupation road to Pen-y-Garth Farm; thence in a straight line to the eastern extremity of the southern fence of the field Llwyn Bricks; thence, westward, along the boundary of the field Llwyn Bricks to the point at which the same meets the fence of the field Cae Bath; thence, westward, along the fence of the field Cae Bath to the point at which the same meets the brook Abel; thence along the brook Abel to the point at which the same is met by the western fence of the eastermost of the fields respectively called Lower Meadow; thence along the western fence of the last-mentioned field to the point at which the same cuts the lane to Tynewydd; thence, northward, along the boundary of the field Llwyn Hir to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the field Cae Mawr; thence, northward, along the boundary of the field Cae Mawr to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the field Cae Bach; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the field Cae Bach to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the field Upper Coed Llan; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the field Upper Coed Llan to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the field Lower Coed Llan; thence, northward, along the boundary of the field Lower Coed Llan to the point at which the same meets the occupation road to Pen Coed Llan; thence in a straight line to the point first described.

Llanidloes. From the point on the south-east of the town, at which Cwm Jonathan rill crosses the Rhayader road, southward, along the Cwm Jonathan rill to the point at which the same is met by a hedge, on the right hand, which is nearest to the point at which Cwm Jonathan rill crosses the cartlane from Ty-coch to Llanidloes; thence along the said hedge to the point

at which the same meets the Ty-coch stream; thence along the Ty-coch stream to the point at which the same reaches the Llangurig road; thence, northward, along the Llangurig road to the point at which the same is cut by the nearest hedge on the left hand; thence along the last-mentioned hedge to the point at which the same reaches a water-cut bank; thence, southward, along the said water-cut bank, to the point at which the same reaches a hedge running in the direction of the turnpike on the Pymlymon road; thence along the last-mentioned hedge to the point at which the same reaches the river Severn; thence along the river Severn to the point at which the same is cut by a line drawn in continuation of the direction of the hedge on the northern end of Pen-y-Green; thence along the last-mentioned line, and along the hedge in continuation whereof it is drawn, to the point at which such hedge reaches the edge of Mr. Price's wood; thence in a straight line to the point at which the stream called Cefn Cummere Dingle meets the Pen-y-Bank road; thence along the Cefn Cummere Dingle to the point at which the same joins Clywedog river; thence, westward, along the boundary of the township of Cilmachallt

, to the point at which the same meets a small water-course, which runs along the western edge of Berth Lloyd Coppice; thence along the said water-course to the point at which the same reaches the lane from Llanidloes to Gorn; thence, westward, along the lane from Llanidloes to Goru to the point at which the same reaches the hedge which runs along the eastern side of the Chapel House; thence along the last-mentioned hedge to the point at which the same reaches Lletty-cochy-nant brook; thence, westward, along Lletty-coch-y-nant brook to the point at which the same is met, on the left hand, by a small stream; thence along the last-mentioned stream to the spring from which the same proceeds ; thence in a straight line to the nearest point in the road from Llanidloes to the Barn Leasow; thence, westward, along the road from Llanidloes to the Barn Leasow to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the borough of Llanidloes; thence, southward, along the boundary of the borough of Llanidloes, to the point at which the same meets Cwm Jonathan rill; thence along Cwm Jonathan rill to the point first described.

Machynlleth. The township and liberties of Machynlleth; and also that detached part of the township of Isygarreg which adjoins the north-eastern boundary of the township and liberties of Machynlleth.

Montgomery. The old borough of Montgomery.

Newtown. The parish of Newtown, and the respective townships of Hendidley and Gwestydd.

Welsh Pool. From Leighton Ford, over the river Severn, along the river Severn to the point at which the same is met by the boundary of the Welsh town; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the Welsh town to the point at which the same reaches the road from the west end of Pool town to Garth; thence, northward, along the said Garth road to the point at which the same is met by Cefnspin brook; thence along Cefnspin brook to the point at which the same is met, in Cefnspin lane, by a small flash; thence in a straight line to the centre of Bronfield Pool; thence in a straight line to the centre of Cross Pool; thence along the water-course out of Cross Pool down the Cottage Dingle, to the point at which such water-course reaches the Llanfair road; thence, westward, along the Llanfair road to the point at which the same is joined by Cadw lane; thence along Cadw lane to the point at which the same is met by Black Mill lane; thence along Black Mill lane to the point at which the same is met by the brook called Cae-gleision Dingle; ihence along Cae-gleision Dingle to the point at which the same reaches the palings of the Deer Park; thence, westward, along the palings of the Deer Park to the point at which the same meets the Carriage Drive from the Red Road to Powis Castle; thence along the said Carriage Drive to

the point at which the same joins the Red Road; thence along the Red Road to the point at which the same joins the Newtown Road; thence in a straight line to the westerni extremity of the fence which divides the Demesne from the Calcott Meadows; thence along the said fence to the point at which the same reaches the river Severn; thence along the river Severn to the point at which the same is met by the old course thereof, called the Horse Shoe; thence, westward, along the said old course to the point at which the same again joins the river Severn; thence along the river Severn to Leighton Ford.

[Want of space compels us to defer the districts of South Wales till next Quarter.]

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

Births. March 16, at Grappenhall Lodge, Cheshire, the lady of James H. Leigh, esq. of a son.—March 12, at Amlwch, the lady of William Petters, esq. of a daughter.—Latter end of March, at Aberystwith, the lady of John Attwood, esq. solicitor, of a son. - April 15, at Mynydd Ednyfed, Carnarvon, Mrs. Jones of a stillborn son.-Sunday, April 22, in Portman square, London, the lady of C. G. Wynne, esq. m.P. of a son.-May 17, Mrs. Owen Ellis, Segontium terrace, Carnarvon, of a daughter, who lived only a few minutes after her birth. - May 10, Mrs. John Humpbreys, Pwllheli, of a son.--May 22, the lady of the Rev. J. W. Trevor, of Cefnhendref, near Carnarvon, of a daughter.—May 22, in Chester, the lady of W. H. Roger Palmer, esq. of a son and heir.-May 21, in Dover street, London, the lady of Charles Tracy Leigh, esq. m.p. of a daughter.-June 2, the lady of R. A. Poole, esq. of Carnarvon, of a son.June 8, the lady of T. B. Haslam, esq. of Carnarvon, of a daughter.—June 7, the lady of the Rev. H. Bayley Williams, of Pontason, near Carnarvon, of a daughter.-June 2, at the Bishop's Palace, Chester, the lady of the Rev. William Gibson, of a daughter.-June 14, the lady of Lieutenant Caldecot, R. N. of a stillborn child.-Lately, at Aberystwith, the lady of R. O. Powell, esq. of a son and heir.

Marriages. The latter end of March, at Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey, by the Rev. David Gryffydh, John Lewis, esq. of Treddafydd, to Elizabeth, second daughter of John Williams, esq. of Pant Lodge.--April 3, at Conway, by the Rev. John Owen, vicar, Edward Leigh, esq. of Lewisham, in the county of Kent, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Edward Owen, Rector of Llanjestyn, in the county of Carnarvon.—March 28, at Carmarthen, by the Rev. J. Owen, the Rev. Eliezer Jones, minister of the Independent connexion at Rodborough, Gloucestershire, to Anne, second daugbter of the late Mr. J. Evans, Carmarthen.--April 4, at the parish-church of Darowen, Montgomeryshire, by the Rev. Mr. Richards, Richard Price, esq. of Dolagwyn, in the parish of Towyn, to Jane, the eldest daughter of Rowland Gwynne, esq. of Gwastadgoed, in the former parish.—April 11, by the Rev. Ellis Roberts, Edward Jones, esq. of Craig, near Ruthin, to Anna Maria, youngest daughter of the late D. Lloyd, esq. of Plas Llanynys.--May 2, John Jones, esq. jun. of Oswestry, to Miss Thomas, daughter of the late Mr. E. Thomas, of Wrexham. --May 3, at the New Church, Marylebone, by the Hon. and Right Rev. the Bishop of Litchfield and Coventry, Captain George Hill, Royal Horse Guards, eldest son of Sir Robert Hill, of Prees Hall, Shropshire, to Jane, youngest daughter of Thomas Borough, esq. of Chetwynd Park, Shropshire.- May 18, at Llanbeblig, by the Rev. J. W. Trevor, Mr. Thomas Rogers, of Ruthin, to Ann, youngest daughter of William Williams, esq. of Fir Grove, near the latter place.- May 17, Liverpool, by the Rev. Mr. Johnson, M.A. Thomas Griffith, esq. of Bangor, to Miss Whittaker, of Cernioge mawr, Denbighsbire. --May 22, at Halton Chapel, by special licence, by the Rev. G. Cunliffe, vicar of Wrexham, the Hon. Richard Bootle Wilbrabam, eldest son of Lord Skelmersdale, to Jessy, third daughter of Sir Richard Brooke, bart, of Norton

Priory, Cheshire.—The marriage of J. Milnes Gaskell, esq. only son of Benjamin Gaskell, esq. of Thornes House, Yorkshire, to Miss Mary Williams Wynn, the second daughter of the Right Hon. C. W. Wynn, M.P. for Montgomeryshire, took place at St. George's Church, Hanover square. His Grace the Archbishop of York performed the marriage ceremony, in the presence of a large and distinguished company. After the marriage the young couple set out for Fairsted, Archdeacon Lyall's rectory, and the rest of the company adjourned to the house of Sir W. Williams Wynn, in St. James's square, where they partook of a splendid breakfast. Amongst the guests were the Archbishop of York, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Williams Wynn, three Misses Wynn, Lord and Lady Delamere, Lady Carysfort and the Ladies Proby, Earl Fortescue and Lady Eleanor Fortescue, Lady Mary Hamlyn Williams, Mrs. and Miss Shipley, Mr. and Lady Anne Wilbraham, Mr. and the Hon. Mrs. Beilby Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cunliffe, Mr. Thomas Grenville, Lord and Lady Nugent, Lady Emily Graham, Lady Lucy Vaughan, Miss Macdonald, Mr. and Mrs. Gaskell, and Miss Brandreth, Viscount and Viscountess Sidmouth, Archdeacon Lyall, Viscount Morpeth, the Hon. William and Charles Howard, Lord Ernest Bruce, the Hon. Hugh Cholmondley, Lady and Miss Kinlock, Mr. A. Hallam, Mr. Gladstone, &c.—May 31, at Westfelton, by the Rev. T. Hunt, Robert Myddleton Biddulph, esq. M.P. of Chirk Castle, in the county of Denbigh, to Fanny, second daughter of William Mostyn Owen, esq. of Woodhouse, Shropshire.—June 4, at Holyhead, by the Rev. J. Jones, Capt. William Parry, to Sarah, third daughter of the late Capt. Richard Jones, of Holyhead. June 4, by the Rev. J. B. Clarke, the Rev. W. Jones, of Freme, and eldest son of Mr. Thomas Jones, of Cardigan, to Miss Brittain, second daughter of Mr. Brittain, of Vallis Way.—June 14, John G. Freeman, esq. of Rockfield, to Mary Ann, only child of the late Walter Watkins, esq. of Boatside, Radnorsbire.—June 15, John Lewis, esq. of Nonaddu, to Miss Jones, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Jones, vicar of Llandegley, Radnorshire.- Lately, at St. Michael's, Huntingdon, by the Rev. John Bagshaw, the Rev. H. L. Davies, (Welsh bard,) curate of Papworth, Cambridgeshire, to Miss Anne Spencer, third daughter of Mr. Edward Spencer, of Froomes Mill, near Huntingdon.-Lately, in London, Edward Williams, esq. of Denbigh, to Miss Lloyd, of Ruthin.

Deaths. March 28, at Dolgelley, William Williams, esq. solicitor, and one of the coroners for the county of Merioneth.--At Oswestry, Mrs. Owen, of Llanfair, Montgomeryshire, daughter of the late Rev. Humpbrey Tamberlin, of Llangyrnwy, in that county.—March 22, at Stansty Lodge, near Wrexbam, Capt. S. Nicbolls, of the Royal Denbigh Militia.-March 27, in Bryanston square, London, Frances Amelia, the only child of G. F. Barlow, esq. of Treborth, near Bangor, and niece of the late viscount Clermont.—March 26, at Llanerchymedd, after three weeks' illness, the Rev. John Richards, aged 75.March 25, at Denbigh, aged 84, Mrs. Mason, mother of Dr. Mason, of Carnarvon.—March 19, at Gravesend, after an illness of only five days, Capt. Charles Jones, of Pwllheli, eldest son of Mr. E. Jones Green, Nevin.-March 22, at Bala, aged 26, Mrs. Jones, wife of Thomas Jones, esq. and daughter of the late Rev. Hugh Thomas, reator of Penegos, Montgomery.-March 26, at Dolgelley, snddenly, aged 56, William Williams, esq. of Bennar.- March 10, William Atford Griffiths, late lieutenant and paymaster of the 23d Royal Welsh Fusileers.- March 20, at Wrexham, aged 76, the Rev. Peter Ravenscroft, B.D. formerly scholar and chaplain of Jesus College, Oxford, and for the last fiftytwo years perpetual curate of Shocklach, in the county of Chester.— March 21, Elizabeth, wife of W. Meredith, esq. of Knighton, Radnorshire.—March 26, Essex Bowen, esq. late of Castlegorsord, Carmarthenshire.—March 10, the Rev. John Foley, of Vorlan, Pembrokeshire; bis horse threw him, and he was killed on the spot.—March 27, after a very long and severe affliction, Mary Ann, wife of the Rev. Jobn Hughes, of Wrexham.-April 11, Bridget, wise of Capt. Peter Peters, and second daughter of the late J. Hughes, esq. of Go. garth, Merionethshire.- April 15, at Ruthin, aged 76, Goodman Roberts, esq. His memory will long be cherished for his ardent nationality of character, for bis warmth of friendship, and for his guileless behaviour. - April 16, aged 56,

James Webster, esq. of Deri, Anglesey.- April 19, suddenly, at Barmouth, aged 34, Francis Parry Jones Evans, esq. of Hendresorion, lieutenant of the Royal Merioneth ligbt infantry, and deputy lieutenant of Merionethshire. Latter end of April, at Pwllchrochan, near Milford, aged 50, the Rev. James Lloyd, rector of Dale, St. Ishmaels, and the above-mentioned place.--April 19, at Brighton, the Hon. Caroline Ann Hughes, daughter of the lord Dinorben. May 3, aged 74, Mrs. Williams, of Maengwyn, near Llanerchymedd.—Lately, Mrs. Evans, wife of David Evans, esq. of Penhrhiwgaled, in tbe county of Cardigan, and only sister to David Rowland, esq. m.D. of Chatham.- May 9, at Bathafarn park, Denbighshire, Caroline Eliza, wise of Thomas Downward, esq. and daughter of the late Rev. T. H. Clough, of Hafodunos, in the same county.- May 4, at his father's bouse, in the village of Trawsfynydd, aged 23, Mr. Griffith Jones. He was a young man of brilliant talents, a bard, and popular preacher in connexion with the Wesleyan Methodists.-May 14, at the house of her son, the rector of Dolgelley, sincerely and deservedly lamented, Isabella, the beloved wife of William White, esq. of Glasinnryn, near this city. May 15, at Llangefni, the Rev. William R. Griffith, M.A. aged 25, late usber of the free grammar school, in Beaumaris.-May 7, at Cam-y-vallyn, Julia, youngest daughter of the late William Boscawen, esq. only brother of George Boscawan, esq. of Trevallyn Hall, Denbighshire, and cousin to the earl of Falmouth.-May 12, aged 68, Brigetta Dorothea, wife of the Rev. Simon Lloyd, of Plasyndre, Bala.-In London, J. B. Davies, esq. second son of Jenkin Davies, esq. of Maesycrigie, Carmarthenshire.- At Gwernvale, the seat of John Gwynn, esq. near Crickhowell, Mrs. Sarah Jones, of Brecknock. She was the daughter of the Rev. Hugh Jones, late of Brecknock, vicar of Llywell, granddaughter of the late Rev. Theophilus Evans, vicar of Llangam. march, and author of a celebrated Welsh Historical Work, called “Drych y Frif Oesood,” and sister of the late Theophilus Jones, esq. anthor of the History of Breconshire, and deputy registrar of the archdeaconry of Brecknock. -May 26, at Gwynfryn, near Pwllheli, of apoplexy, aged 41, the lady of J. Bell, esq.--May 28, at Madyn-dysw', near Amlwch, aged 20, Mary Anne, second daughter of William Hughes, esq.--May 24, at Farm, near Abergele, Robert Oldfield, son of Robert Ewer, esq. of Holywell, Flintshire.—May 7, at his house in Portland place, London, John Hornby, esq. of the Hook, in the county of Southampton, in his 68th year. Mr. Hornby married Jane, eldest daughter of the late William Wynne, esq. of Wern and Peniarth, in the counties of Carnarvon and Merionedd.—June 1, at Mona Lodge, Amlwcb, aged 21, Francis, third son of James Trewick, esq.-June 11, at the advanced age of 83, Anne, relict of the late Lewis Edwards, esq. of Calgarth, Merionethshire, and daughter of the late Dr. Pryce, of Myford, Montgomerysbire.—June 12, at Llanbedr, Mrs. C. Moyle, sister to the late Rev. J. Williams, rector of Llanbedr, Carnarvon.-Lately, Mrs. Phillips, of Penrhos, near Llanfyllin, Montgomerysbire.—May 24, awfully sudden, Margaret, wife of the Rev. John Jones, vicar of Holywell.-May 21, in her 80th year, Mrs. Parry, relict of the late Rev. R. Parry, vicar of Eglwyssach, Denbigbshire.—June 15, at Rhyll, near St. Asaph, Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late Rev. T. G. Roberts, rector of Cloclaenog, Denbighshire.

PRICES OF SHARES OF CANALS IN WALES. Brecknock and Abergavenny, 80; Glamorganshire, 290; Monmouthshire, 194; Montgomery, 80; Shrewsbury, 250; Swansea, 165.

FOREIGN FUNDS. Closing price, June 28. Austrian -; Brazilian, 484; Buenos Ayres, 24}; Chilian, 16; Colombian, 1824, 12; Danish, 664; Greek, 33; Mexican, 6 per cents. 32%; Peruvian, -; Portuguese, 51; Prussian, 1822, -; Russian, 1822, 984; Spanish, 1821 and 1822, 141; ditto 1823, 13; Dutch, 444; French Rentes,

ENGLISH FUNDS,

Bank Stock, shut; 3 per cent. cons. 843; 34 per cent. 924; 3 per cent, red. 8381; 3$ per cent. red. 91}}; 4 per cent. 100%3; Long Annuities, 101.

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