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1 XCIE PROSECUTION AT SWANSEA.

THE EVANS WILL SUIT.

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TRADE REPORTS.

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LOSS OF A SWANSEA. V

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THE CHARGE OF SHEEP STEALING…

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A GHOST STOhY OF TO-DAY.

SOUTH WALES INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS.

-HEAVY SENTENCES ON CRIMINALS.

- A BRISTOL ELOPEMENT.

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THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE…

THE CAI'E AND NATAL MAIL JLO-.RVIOE.

FUNERAL OF THE LAIS SEEJSANT…

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FUNERAL OF THE LAIS SEEJSANT PARKY. Tie remains of Serjeant Parry and tboa ? of his wife v.e:e couvejtd by special train from tie Ne-cpolia Station, Westminster, on Thursday mcminc to Woking Cemetery, where they were interred. 1 he Rev. Llewellyn Davies performed the ceremony. The learned serjeant's coffin bore the inscription "John Huaifirey Parry, dbd 10th January, 1830, aged 63'years," and hia wife's El z.ibeth Mead Parry, died 9ch January, 1830, aged 45." The coffin of the latter baa a pro- Cuakn of flowers pbcjd upon it. Amongst thoae present were Sir Henry James, Q C., M P S ir John Holker, M.P.; Sir Hatdinge Giffard, hi.P.; Mr. Willis, Q.C. Mr. Marriott, Q C Mr. Murphy, Q. C. Mr. Lumley, Q C.; Mr. Matthsw White, Q.C. Mr. Dey, Q c. t Mr. Saaaga, Mr. Macrea Moir, and other leading gentlemen at the bar. The learned Peziesut's two eons, Dr. Abbot (head master of the City of London Sohool), and the Hev Edward Pany an-i his wife were also present to pay a latt tribute to the eminent advocate's memory.

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THE TaY BHlDGS DI^ASTEE.

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MURDER AND SUICIDE IN SWITZERLAND.…

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IIA RUJi WITH TH&ULAM JitttAN-MiiRE…

APPU NIJMKlsT OF CLERK OF…

THE SP £ ING ASSIZE.".

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