I found a British Monthly Magazine from 1811 that states in part at the second paragraph starting on that page:
At Kemerton, Miss Mumford.
At Cheltenham, P. Evans, esq. of Abergavenny.
At Stroud, Mrs. Newman, wife of Mr. N. attorney.
At Cirencester, Mr. Pierce, druggist.
But I cannot figure out what they mean. Is this a birth announcement? I think not since adjacent entries give the profession of males. Is it a death announcement? I read the prior paragraphs and don't understand the context.
What does it mean for this magazine to state: At place, person.?