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BLAENAVON.

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BLAENAVON. DEATHS FROM FEVER.âThe fever, which is very pre- valent in this locality j ust now, has caused a great mortality amongst children; a very distressing case is that of Mr. Jesse West, engine driver, and his wife, who, a few days ago, were blessed with three fine and apparently healthy children, but are now childless, having been deprived of them all during the past week by the dread malady. Great sympathy is felt in the neighbourhood for the bereaved parents, who were known to be devotedly attached to their children, whose respective ages were six, four, and one years. CALVINISTIC METHODISTS.âA monthly meeting was held in connection with the above society, at the Calvinistic Chapel in this place, on Tuesday last, when two able sermons were preached by the Rev. Jeremiah Junes, and the Rev. William Thomas, of Yslwyn.

MONMOUTH.