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RAGLAN. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.—The anniversary of the United Baptist Sunday Schools of Raglan and King- coed, took place on Sunday last, the 28th ultimo, when three animated and appropriate discourses were delivered by the respected minister, the Rev. B. Johnson; in the morning at Raglan, subject: Good News for the Little Ones;" in the afternoon at Kingcoed, subject: "The Suit- able Sabbath School Teacher and in the evening at Raglan, subject: How to Help the Sabbath School." On each occasion the children sang some very select pieces, under the direction of Mr. Jones, of the Kingcoed, and their teachers, which appeared to produce a powerful im pression upon thecongregations, as indicated by the liberal contributions. On the following day, the children and teachers, to the number of about 100, met in the School Room, at Raglan, to enjoy the annual treat of tea, cake, &e. Having done ample justice to what was set before them, and performed some very beautiful pieces of vocal music, they separated, highly delighted, and wishing many happy returns of such an occasion. REVIVALISM.—We are given to understand that O. Rodway, Esq., the celebrated evangelist, is about to visit this neighbourhood, when he will hold revival meetings in the Baptist Chapel. CROSS BUCHAN PETTY SESSIONS, FRDIAY, SEPT. 26, before SAMUEL RICHARD BOSANQUET, Esq., and the Ven. Archdeacon CRAWLEY. ASSAULT.-Thomas Rosser was charged by Caroline Rogers with violently assaulting and maltreating her, on the 12th ult. From the evidence, it appeared that the defendant's wife and others, who had been allowed the exclusive privilege of gleaning some corn fields at Penrose, made complaint to the farmer that some drainers' wives, residing in the locality, were encroaching on this privilege, whereupon the farmer deputed the defendant to turn them out; on the latter attempting to do so, the complainant, with others, refused to leave, and a fight ensued, in which the parties named, and some partisans on both sides, took part. The defendant was ordered to pay la. fine, and 91 18s. costs.





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