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------' WELSH MIDLAND RAILWAY

ENGINEERING EVIDENCE.

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HOUSE OF LORD.-MO.VDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMO INS-MON DAY.

i SOUTH WALES RAILWAY.I

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

THK CARDIFF AID MERTHYR GUARDIAN.

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CARDIFF AND NEIGFlBSuRtJoopT^^

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CARDIFF AND NEIGFlBSuRtJoopT^^ Thfe Lord James Stuart, M.P., transacted buslne* on Tuesday at the office oNhe Board of Trade ON Tuesday evemng Viscount Adare presented several petitions to the Ilouse of Commons from pi^jin Ireland in favour of the ten Hours' Bill. 4reiana, r,?ufrIfn'lay'xIa cotnp:m-v of the 7*th ^giment entered Caidiff, from Newport, under the command of Captaia Hickey, son of tbe Jate Captain Hlckey, R.N., of Park- wern, Swansea and proceeded on Tuesday morning to Cowbndge, en route for Carmarthen nHni "f pS CoNCEUTS.âIhe veteran and still unrivalled prince ot English vocalists intends, we aro led to under- stand, visiting in succession the principal towns of South ,.L,^0mmenc,nS Probilbly Merthyr-Tydvil on Friday, thpn T ,l?Sta fr°'? ^henoe he wiU Proceed to Carma'r- Haver,fQr<hvest, &c-» a"d on his return will sing at Swansea and Cardiff. He will be assisted by his two accomplished sons, so that we feel assured this extea- ordinary combination of first-rate talent will command overflowing houses. tli JiVi,/toJ!lcin9^am> from Havre de Grace, in entering 8 °i ?'! last, by some unforseen cause thp ro^ilc^!1d brought her cut-water iu contact with x the Pier-Head, cracked one of the steps of the landing H i i if displaced three or four of the coping stones. ,i â ? lbe Pier-Head it is very probable that rince. of Wales steamer would have been run into and sustained very considerable damages. AQUATIC HxcuRStoN.-The Bristol steam-packet left \f. "o 011 "1 hursday morning for Westou-super- » .ire igatta, with upwards of three hundred and twenty peisons on board-prmcipaUy inhabitants of this place and "e'o'lbour'K>od. The net proceeds of the day will be placed to the credit of the Odd Fellows' Widow and Orphan's Fund. An advertisement in another column, informs us, that the members of the Guilt Vardre Lodge (Druids) will "alk "l procession to a place of Divine Worship on the Uth instant; and that they will appear in the Ancient ana rnstine Costumo of the Order. It is intended that a,]air be well got up," so as to render the day Gt\e, in every respect. THE ASSIZES for this County commence at the Guild- hall, in this town, on the evening of Tuesday i.ext, before m Mi. Justice Coltnnin. We have completed anangemeuta which will euable us to give in our next number the most accurate reports of the proceedings, including the impor- tant cases at 2Wst Prius. Orders for our next number should be forwarded to the office, Duke-street, CarlitT, not later thaft Thursday morning.