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MERTHYR- BOARD OF HEALTH.…

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ABEBDARE POLICE CCWRT.

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RHYMNEY INTELLIGENOE.

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PANIC LEGISLATION AT HAND.

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OB.IGI N A T t T N E S. SCO' LA.v'D. Isle of beauty, isle of worth- My heart thrills to its core, When I recall youth's happy diys, Bright golden days of yore. 'Twas there I roamed a careless child, From pain and sorrow free, When all the world was bright and glad, For all was bright to me. But now I live in a fairer clime, On brighter skies I guze, Where goigeous fl, Iwes. anl richer f i u* ts, And hotter suns do blaze. Still, still my heart beats true to thee, As bound by magic spell; Bright deeds of virtue, valour, truth, My native land can tell. Not England with her choicest stores, Her mountains, lakes, and fells, Can equal Scotia's grand old hills, And story-telling glens. Her frowning cliffa, and gloomy cavef. Her foaming rills, and gowan leas, Her shaggy woods, and verdant vales, All, all are dear to me. And dear those legends of her sons, Her sons so brave and free, Whose glorious deeds so oft are sung, Bright deeds of chivalry. Her hearth-clad moss, and rude built cairns, Tell where her martyrs lie A dauntless, faithful, noble band, Who dared to do or die. I love her as my native land, And for her deeds of might, For all in her that's good and true, And for her faith so bright. Merthyr, 1875. J. K.

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THE COMIC ALMANACKS.

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DEATH OF SIR ANTHONY DE ROTHSCHILD.

THE NEW RELIGION.