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COUNTY COURT-TUESDAY.

BRYNMAWR.

CHRISTCHURCH. I

MOMOUTH.

PONTYPOOL.

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PONTYPOOL. Mr. James Jacob, woodward, Trosnant, Pontypool, de- parted this life on the 25th of January, 1854, and was in- terred on the 28th, at Penygarn. He attained the venerable age of 71 years, the almond tree being in full bloom. was followed to the tomb by his disconsolate widow and children, and a large train of grandchildren, friends, neigh- bourSi and workmen. He had been woodward for the Pon- typool Iron and Coal Companies for more than 40 years. His love for children was ardent. PONTYPOOL POLICE COURT.âMONDAY, FEB. 6. (Before the Rev. David Jones.) "William Radford was charged with stealing £2, the pro- perty of his master, Frederick Phillips, grocer, PontypooL âCommitted for trial. William Anthony and Charles Edmunds, two boatmen, were charg jd with stealing 300 lbs. of coal, the property of William James.âThe case being clearly proved, they were both committed for trial.

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