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CAUTION TO THE -PUBLIC.

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WORCESTER AND HEREFORD.

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ABERGAVENNY.

BRYNMAWR.,

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BRYNMAWR. ATTEMPT AT HOUSE ROBBEEY.-La.te on the night of Sunday, the: 25th ult., an attempt was made to break into the shop of Mr. T. Davies, Pest-office, but it proved a failure, as the young man, who is an assistant in the shop, happened to be sleeping in a room at the back of the pre- mi" s, and overheard them calling the dog softly by his name, and endeavouring by every coaxing means to pacify The young man immediately got up and made some alarm, to show that they had been overheard, when they imme- diately "bolted away, but minus of their expeeted night's booty. There is no doubt but that the thieves Were well acquainted with the dog as well as the premises, and it is to be hoped that they will be caught some day, as they must-be living somewhere ia the neighbourhood.âAn at- tempt was made in the earlier part of the evening to break into the shop of Mr. W. Williams, grocer, but 'With no success, as there was a person watching the house at the time. A travelling gipsey woman was apprehended on the 22nd ult., on suspicion, by P.C. Thomas Williams, for offering for sale to Mr. Frewin, watchmaker, a dessert silver-spoon, with the initials, H. W. engraved upon it; but in default of sufficient evidence being brought against her before the Crickhowell Bench, she was dis- charged.

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