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.r, SERIOUS ACCIDENTS. On the evening of Wednesday the luggage train which leaves Aberystwyth about three o'clock was unceremoniously stopped, by a piece of land which tumbled over the line at Talerddig cutting. Fortu- nately the train in question was geing up the steep incline when the impediment appeared. A very different and much more fearful tale would have to be told had the slip occurred half an hour earlier, before the down passenger train, due at Aberyst- wyth at six, reached its destination. The train conveyingthe merning mails to Aber- ystwyth met with an accident of a very curious des- cription. Shortly after leaving the Welsh pool sta- tion the branching roots of a tree which had been cast accidentally or otherwise between tbe line of rails caught in the works of the passing engine, and so disordered them that the train was obliged slowly to put back to Welshpool, where another engine was procured. This was the reason for the delay in our morning delivery last Thursday. A villanous report was spread through this town on Wednesday and Thursday last, to the effect that the probably most popular gentleman in the county of Cardigan, had been summoned to an untimely end. We have proud pleasure in stating that the rnmour has no foundation. The miscreant who originated the report we hope to will be banded to the tender protection of the police. FROZEN TO DEATH.âOn Tuesday morning, the 15th inst., the body of 1Yilliam Jones, Cnwchcoohy. labourer, was found dead in a field within a verV^short distance of his home. The deceased was 63 /ears of age. He had been to Aberystwyth on th day previous, and was seen coming home near !J*eny wern, late on Monday night, in a state of intoxication. On the Wednesday follow- ing an inquest' was held on the body, before J. M. Davies, Esq., coroner, and a respectable jury, when a verdict "that he had come by his death from the incle- mency of the wfeather" was returned. A YOUNG MAN PERISHED IN THE SNOW.âOn Sunday morning last, the body of one Ebenezer Tho- mas, 18 years of age, was found by a pathway in a field near Llandyssul. He had left his home the day before in company with his brother, for the purpose of being present at a meeting of schools at Llandys- sul. He called at the railway station about six o'clock in the evening to request the station master to send a telegram for him to God. He was not seen afterwards until his body was discovered next morn- ing, He had undressed himself, and placed his clothes in a heap close by, Ã¥nd, was lying on his face on the snow quite naked. He was a young man of a melancholy turn of mind, his chief delight being to read and study the Bible and.religious books.

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