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THE PLYMOUTH CRISIS.

ALLEGED ROBBERY AT MERTHYR.

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ALLEGED ROBBERY AT MERTHYR. Yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon Mr. Evans, land- lord of the Prince of Wales Inn, Nantygwenith. street, Merthyr, missed from the bar a large glass decanter containing three pints of brandy. Mr. Evans gave information to the police, and at five o'clock several constables, upon information received, proceeded to the Harp Inn, Swansea-road, and there found a man named John Richards in a helpless state of drunken. ness, with the missing decanter, minus the brandy, in bis possession. Riohards was cuiveyed to the police-sta.tion, and he was so far gone that Dr. i Idle, the police surgeon, was summoned. The doctor applied the pumps, See., but the patient's con- dition became so serious that Dr. Webster was called in, and further operations were proceeded with. Dr. Biddle thought the man would not survive many hours in consequence of the large consumption of alcohol. Richards was conveyed to the Workhouse Infirmary, where he lies in a precarious condition.

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