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EAGLAH CASTLE. A GRAND REVIEW AND FETE of the Com- panies formihg the SECOND BATTALION of the 36th or MONMOUTHSHIRE VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS, will take place by the kind permission of His Grace the Duke of BEAUFORT, in the above magnificant Ruins and Grounds, on THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1861. THE REVIEW will commence precisely at Two o'clock in the afternoon; the evening concluding with DANCING and RUSTIC SPORTS. Admission to the Castle and Grounds, One Shilling each. Volunteers and others in uniform admitted free. Refreshments may be obtained in the Castle at rea- sonable charges. TRAINS will run to and from the Review; for particulars as to time &c. apply at the various Stations on the West Midland line of Railway. Sept. 4, 1861. ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE RIVER USK. ALL Owners of Fisheries in the Counties of Mon- .H. mouth and Brecon, and others interested in the PRESERVATION of the BREED of SALMON in the River Usk, are particularly requested to attend a PUBLIC MEETING, to be held at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, on MONDAY, the 16th of SEPTEMBER instant, at 12 o'Clock, for the purpose of adopting such measures as will ensure the efficient working in the River Usk, of the new Salmon Fishe- ries Bill, which comes into operation on the 1st of October netx. Lord LLANOVER has been invited to Preside. W. R. STRETTON. JOHN LLOYD, Jun. September 5. 1861,

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