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Family Notices

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND READERS.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE.

USE.

ABERSYCHAN.

RAGLAN.

CHEPSTOW.

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CHEPSTOW. THE HIGHWAY BOARD.âA meeting of this Board was held in the Board-room at the Union Workhouse, on Saturday last, there being present-C. E. Lewis, Esq. (Chairman), and Messrs. Daniel Baker, Richard Moore, James Thomas, Samuel Perkins, Richard Parsons, John Williams Roberts, Matthew Langley, and Charles Herbert. This being a meeting specially convened to consider the propriety of appointing a treasurer in the room of Mr. John Best Snead, banker, who had made an assignment for the benefit of his creditorn, and thereby become disqualified to retain the office, it was resolved that the consideration of the matter be postponed until the 11th August next, and that in the meantime all monies to be paid by overseers and waywardens to the credit of their respective parishes be received by the Clerk, and deposited by him at such place and at such time as the Chairman shall direct. The Clerk was accordingly ordered to write to all the Overseers and request them to pay in the money due upon precepts of the Board by Saturday next. The District Surveyor was ordered to discharge six men, and not to increase the number in the employ of the Board until after the harvest. Messrs. Richard Parsons, Charles Herbert, and Matthew Langley, were requested and consented to form a Committee to inspect a drain at Llanvair Discoed, carrying water, &c., under the highway, from premises in the occupation of Mr. William Henry Langley, and to report thereon to the next meeting.

ABERGAVENNY.

CAERLEON.

MONMOUTH.

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