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NEW POUT POST TABLE.

SUNDAY LESSONS.

NEWPORT TIDE TABLE.

FRANCE.

GERMANY.

THE INFLUX OF GOLD.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ---+-------

I SOUTH WALES RAILWAY TRAFFIC.

IDIAGRAM

SALE OF SIR CHARLES MORGAN'S…

THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT.

. DIOCESE OF LLANDAFF.

ABESCARN.

BEDWEIkTT.

CASTLETOWN.

CRICXIIOWBIA.

RISCA.

TBSDSaAB.

GLAMORGANSHIRE.

CAUTION TO HOUSEKEEPERS.

THE GREAT POLEMICAL MOVEMENT

RIOT AT BIRKENHEAD.

NEWPORT.

THE LATE MURDER AT HAVERFORDWEST.

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A POLICEMAN…

Shipping Intelligence.

Family Notices

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

DLEANAVON.

HfBXlTHYK.

cwmtilisry.

OIfTR, J n This annual festivity…

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n This annual festivity came off at 1 THB MAYOR'S ^ELj0UTH, on Tuesday last, when a the Beaufort Arms Hotel,, Wpnrn gentlemen tradesmen, I large gathering, consisting. c]lief magistrate, Thomas Giatiex, r. assembled to do honour; t ably supported by J. j^'ayou> I Esq. The Mayor preside, Gaiindo, Henry Dyke, G. Wilson, I James Powles, Thoâ¢aS.reS-'and by the Reverends E- F. ArIie.v, fi andO- Andrews, Esquir > Thomas Harris, Dr. pnce, M- U-, It. Jackson, Lendefn'hc town and neighbourhood. > The dinnei and other gentlemen of tn afforded general satisfaction. Ihc and wines were excellent, wcrc proposed by the Mayor, to usual loyal and patriotic j county toasts, due honours were ( which, as well as to the 10 proposed, in very eulogistic â paid. The health of the tQ w]U(.h his Worship, responded â terms, by the Rev. pev. E. F. Arncy, responded to the g in feeling language; tnc clergy; the Rev. R. Jackson replied » toast of the Bishop and w Wr alderman Powles, and Mr. D. rj for the County Magistracyconlpjiments paid to the Aldermen 11 Owen acknowledge, the 11 T. A Williams, jun., and Mr. W A. r, and Town Council; Mr- on behalf of their father, the Town j Williams, jun, returned vivialty succeeded, and a very pleasant y Clerk and Treasurer i uCSts. si evening was spent by tne, court wag m Wed. S INSOLVENT 0f Thomas Jones, an insolvent, for nesday last, in the ttento the particulars of the sales of houses, I the purpose of enquiring» brother, and to persons of the effected by the insolvent y> iamc of Prichard, which were charged as coming under the head f undue preferences. The Messrs. Prichard were not present, and he case was again adjourned. Mr. Lawrence, builder, while making excavations under one of he aisles of St. Mary's Church, came upona portion of the old church running parallel with the present building. He dug up large portion of a pillar, of massive dimensions, which is elabo- ately carved; an iron hook, upon which one of the principal gates vas hung, and other remains of the former edifice. The date of he old structure is not Roman, but it must have been very remote.

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PONTYPOOL POLICE BUSINESS.