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JBRBCKNOCK INFIRMARY.âOctober 11th. In. Out Patients remaining last week 6 28 Admitted siuce 1 12 In. Out. 7 40 Cured nnd Relieved 1 9 Dead 0 0 1 9 Remaining 6 31 Physician for the ensuiug week Dr Lucas. Surgeon ditto ditto. Alr Armstrong. At the Breconshire quarter sessions to be held on Monday next, there are no less than thirleen persons for trial, a number quite unprecedented at the quarter sessions of this small county happily the crimes are not marked by any particular enormity, and are of the ordinary cases of stealing. The following is a list of the prisoners:âThomas Powell. aged 47, labourer, burglary; John Powell, aged 20, ditto, ditto; Thos. Arthur, aged 22, ditto, stealing a flock of geese; Wm. Berryman, aged 17, ditto, stealing wearing apparel Thomas Lloyd, aged 28, puddler, stealing an um- y brella Isaac Morgan, aged 32, labourer, stealing wheat; John Edwards, aged 30, miner, stealing a security for £]2; Thomas Jenkins, aged 23, tinman, stealing a watch William Thomas, aged 19, haulier, ditto John Murray, aged 21, cutler, stealing from the person William Williams, aged 20, labourer, stealing five loaves of bread; Mary Lewis, aged 37, bur- glary (out on bail); Mary Pritchard, aged 18, stealing from the person. STATE OF THE GAOF, OCTOBER 12. PrtsonersfortnatattheAssizes. 4 Ditto at Quarter Sessions 12 Ditto under sentence in the Gaol and House of Correction 35 Debtors. 9 Total. 60 ABEIIFDA.rhe much-respected Curate of this place, the Rev. II. Prichard, preached his farewell sermon on Sunday, the 19th ult., from the 8th chapter Jeremiah and the 20th verse, The harvest is past, the summer is ended and we are not saved." The sermon was most eloquent and impressive. On the following day the churchwardens waited on the Rev. Gentleman, and invited him in the name of the Parish- ioners to a public dinner, as a token of respect and esteem, for his efficient and talented services. Several of the neighbouring gentry attended. Thomas Pugh, Esq., of Blaenmilon, took the chair, supported by George Armitage, Esq., on his right. The Rev. William Powell, Vicar of Llandilo Graban, and a magistrate of the county of Radnor, acted as Vice- President. NEWSPAPER MORTALlTY,- The two Newark papers, one a Liberal and the other a Tory, have this week "given up the ghost." The latter, in noticing the death of the Newark Gazette (Mr Hitchins's paper), good humouredly remarks, It isriglit that we, who "have lived and loved together' so affectionately & so long, should slip our cables together. We could not have been happy to have left our brother behind THE CROPS AND THE MARKETS.â Our letters from the north inform us that a great deal of rain has agaiii fallen during the week, which has pre- vented any further progress being made with the harvest operations; and, in addition to a large pro- portion of the bean crop, a good many oats, and some wheat and barley, still remain in the fields, in the later districts of several northern English counties. All the corn thus exposed must, from the continued wet, have suffered extensive injury, and we fear that the deficiency in the yield of wheat will be great this may in some measure be counter- balanced by an excess in the produce of other species of gi-aii) barley, oats, and beans being universally described as abundant crops, though in part of in. ferior quality. A« regards the future range of prices, we are still of opinion that old wheat and the best dry parcels of new will become more valuable as the season advant-e-, and that notwithstanding the large quantity of foreign cleared in for consumption, further importation will be required in spring, to the extent, probably, of a million and a half of quarters. A continued rise in the price of wheat would of course have some effect on the prices of other species of corn and pulse, and we are dt po"ed to think that there is but little chance of anything receding below the present value, although the average will for some lime be kept low by the inferior quality and soft condition of the new produce.âMark lane Express. Her Majesty still continues poorly, and her ac- couchement is hourly expected. Feargns O'Connor met the Chartists of Glasgow on Monday last. It was a very poor affair. O'Con- nor's speech was a complete failure. RIFLE BARREL MUSKETS.âThe Emperor of Russia has sent an order to an armourer of Liege fqr 15,000 percussion muskets with rifle barrels, at §3f. each, for the imperial guard. These guns are to carry a ball 1,000 paces, and to be discharged, are placed on rests so light, that they are easily carried slung to the belt. A box formed in the butt end of the pieces carries the various small implements re- quired. Bavaria and other German states have sent orders for similar arms. DEATH OF Slit JOHN BAILEY.âWe anuouncc with regret the decease of this venerable, and able lawyer. We have not learned the particulars or time of his death but unfortunately there can be no doubt of the melancholy event, as the City Registration Court, where his son presides, was adjourned on Monday on this account till Tuesday. He was born 1/ (\3, was made one of the judges of the Court of Kings Bench in 1808, and subsequently removed to the Court of Exchequer.-Sun. EXTRAORDINARY ELOPEMENT,âAn extraordinary and singular affair has recently occurred at Middle- ton, near Manchester, and at Heywood, near Bury, which has excited considerable interest in those tmyns. At an early hour on Friday morning week, Richard Bolland, of the firm of Messrs. Bolland, Mitchell, and Co., ironfounders, Middleton, and the wife of a blacksmith, named Dewhurst, at Iloy- wood, left their homes, the former taking seven of his children, and the latter two of her own and Dewhmst:s. Bolland also took with him about £ 500 in money, and the woman E90, and two silver watches. They have been pursued to several places, and it has been discovered that they were married at Liverpool on the very day of their departure from Middleton and Heywood, Dewhurst has discovered that they sailed from Liverpool for America on Sunday week. The deeply injured wife of Bolland is the daughter of a respectable woollen cloth manu- f-,tcturer.-Boltoit Free Press. THE WELSH MINERSâWe have seen a letter dated Oct. IIIth, from a young man of this city, em- ployed as a miner near Aberystwith, which states that the English employed there expect an attack from the VVelsh miners oil Saturday next, as they have threatened to drive all the Englishmen from the works. The writer and his fellow-countrymen appear to entertain very considerable apprehension for the safety of their lives, but we trust that the magistrates of the neighbourhood will have a sufficient force at band to overawe the half-civilized and uneducated men, who now threatenlhe tranouillity of South Wales âBristol Standard.

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