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MARRIAGE or CRAWSHAX BAILEY,…

MONMOUTH RACES.

SECOND DAY—FRIDAY.

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MONMOUTH.

TRELLECK.

RAGLAN.

ABERGAVENNY.

BLAENAVON.

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BLAENAVON. LECTURE.—On Monday evening last, the Rev. John Lewis delivered a lecture at the Wesleyan chapel, the subject of which was, Sierra Leone, or the White Man s Grave." The lecturer, after graphically describing the physical features of the country, entered with much pathos into the moral condition of its inhabitants, The chapel was crowded, and the lecturer appeared to give general satisfaction. The duties of chairman were ably performed by R. J. P. Steele, Esq. ADJOURNED INQUEST.—The inquest on the bodies of John Jayne and Wm. Vale, two miners, who were killed in the Coity pits, the former on the 17th ult., and the latter on the 23rd ult., was resumed on Monday last, at u the Railway inn. Lionel B ough, Esq., the Government Inspector of mines,Was in attendance. After the evidence had been duly deliberated upon, a verdict of Accidental Death was given, Mr. Brough complimented the minera agents upon the manner in which they gave their evidence, and exonerated them from all blame, as there appeared to be no neglect on their parts.

PONTYPOOL.

CHEPSTOW.