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Messrs. Gabriel's Invention. TEETH WITHOUT SPRINGS. OSTEO EIDON: Patent, March 1st, 1862. No. 560. GABRIEL'S Self-adhesive PATENT Inde- VJ structible MINERAL TEETH and FLEXIBLE GUMS, supplied without palates, springs, or wires, and without operation, are indestructible, and warranted for mastication and articulation, even when all others fail. Purest materials only, at half the usual cost. "Perfection of art and mechanism." For purity and comfort unapproachable." ^HEOLD ESTABUSHE^ THtOU) MtMDSHEO ki>ewTistM 27, HARLEY STREET, CAVENDISH SQUARE, AND 34, LUDGATE HILL, (over Benson's, Silversmith), I LONDON; 134, DUKE STREET, LIVERPOOL; 65, NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM. AMERICAN MINERAL TEETH, without springs, best in Europe, from 4 to 7 and 10 to 15 Guineas per set, warranted. Single Teeth and partial Sets at pro- portionately moderate charges. Only one visit required at the London Establishments from country patients. Whole Sets made in one day where time is an object. Specimens, as exhibited at the International Exhibition, may be seen at the Crystal Palace (Industrial Court) and at the Polytechnic Institution. I^HE ROYAL TOOTH POWDER, as prepared for Her Majesty.—Is. 6d. and 12s. 6d. per box; also, GABRIEL'S celebrated GUTTA-PERCHA ENAMEL, chemically prepared for personal use, prevents tooth- ache, and arrests decay.-Price Is. 6d. per box. Sold by all Chemists. GABRIEL'S PRACTICAL TREATISE ON ARTI- FICIAL TEETH, and the only effectual mode of supplying them, (Post Free) explains their numerous improvements. GABRIEL'S new work should be read by all who value health, and before consulting a dentist.HEIULD. THE CHAMPION LIVER & STOMACH PILLS. These Pills are compounded from the recipe of one of the most eminent Physicians of the day are pre- pared by an able and experienced chemist, and are ac- kowledged by the Faculty to be the most valuable medi- dine for all disorders of the stomach and derangements of the liver, ever prepared. Try a box, numerous testimonials have been given of their efficacy. Sold in boxes, Is. lid. each, by Messrs. Barclay ana Sons, wholesale agents, London by J. H. Clark. Book. seller, Usk Thomas Roderick, Druggist, Pontypool; and alllVIedicine venders. Envelopes for the Million. ENVELOPES adapted to Business Purposes may Jj be had at Id. per packet, or 4d. per 100. 100 free by post for 5d.—J. H. CLARK, Stationer, Usk. Night School. MR. WADE begs to state that he intends opening a NIGHT SCHOOL, the first week in Octo- ber, (for males) to be continued during the winter months, and he would be glad if those who feel dis- posed to attend, would meet him at the Elementary Schools, on Friday, September 30th, at 8 o'clock in the evening, when he will give them further particu- lars. Usk Elementary Schools, September 21st, 1864. Usk Prison. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Visiting Justices are ready to receive TENDERS for supplying the Prison with the undermentioned arti- cles for the quarter commencing October 17th, 1864, viz. :— Good Household BREAD, at vr cwt., made in loaves, to weigh (separately) 6oz. and 8oz., and at the time of delivery to be baked not less than 48 hours. Good BEEF, at per cwt., consisting of beds and shifts (without bone). Oatmeal^per cwt. Best yellow soap, per cwt. Indian com meal, per cwt. Candles, per dozen lbs. Salt, per cwt. Red ash Coal, per ton. Potatoes, at per sack of 2-1 cwts. Sealed Tenders, directed to the Visiting Justices, to be sent to the Prison on or before Saturday, the 1st day of October, or they will not be received. Samples of such articles as admit of them must be sent at the time of sending in the Tenders. .All articles to be delivered at the prison, free of expense, in such quantities and at such time as the Governor may require. I Security will be required for the due performance of the Contracts, and the Visiting Justices do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest tender, Names of sureties to be mentioned in the tender. All demands relating to the expenditure of this prison must be sent to the Governor on or before Thursday, the 29th day of September, in order that they may be examined and paid at the ensuing Quarter Sessions. W. H. BOSWORTH, Governor. September 19th, 1864. Joint Counties' Asylum, Abergavenny. TO MILLERS AND BUTCHERS. THE VISITING JUSTICES of this Asylum are J- willing to receive TENDERS from parties desirous of contracting to supply the Asylum with FLOUR and MEAT from the 6th day of October to the 31st day of December, 1864, lenders to be sent in not later than ten o'clock in the morning of Thursday, the 6th day of October next. Forms of Tender will be supplied on application, by letter or otherwise, at the Clerk's office, in the Asylum. The Visiting Justices do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. S. BROWNING, A Clerk to the Visiting Justices. ■Asylum, 21at September, 1864. WHY PAY MORE THAN F.6 PER TON! GUARANTEED BETTER THAN EVER. J. H. S. WILDSMITH AND CO'S. PREPARED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, for Potatoes, Turnips, Mangolds, Wheat, JL Grass, Barley, Oats, Beans, and all other Crops is the BEST and CHEAPEST FERTILIZER known. Price £ 6 per Ton, equal to any hitherto made and sold at £8 per Ton. 1-1 Tons is equal to 1 Ton of best Peruvian, contains the same elements, and costs nearly JM less. X6 per Ton, free in Wolverhampton; or delivered to any Railway Station or Canal Wharf, E6 10s. per Ton. VOR FULL PARTICULARS, READ OUR CIRCULAR AND TESTIMONIALS. TERMS: FIVE PER CENT. ALLOWED FOR CASH WITHIN ONE MONTH, ADDRESS I CHEMICAL WORKS, HORSLEY, FIELDS, BONE WORKS, WILLENILALL ROAD, WOLVERHAMPTON, AND SPA ROAD, LONDON. Mr. GEORGE JONES, Coal and Manure Merchant, Agent, Abergavenny. TEA, GROCERY, FLOUR, AND PROVISION WAREHOUSE, KING STREET, BLAENA YON. WD. GEORGE begs to thank the Inhabitants of Blaenavon and its i Neighbourhood for the liberal support accorded to his father, Mr. W. H. George, for so mauy years, and to state that the business will be carried on in future by him in the same place, where he trusts, by strict attention to business, good articles, and moderate prices, to merit their patronage and support, Good Black and Green Teas, ..from 2s. 8d. to 4s. Lump Sugar from 6d. to 6|d. Moist Sugar 4§d. 5|d. Yellow and Mottled Soap „ 2d. „ 4d. Composites and Dip Candles, Pickles, Sauces, &c., &c. Peek, Frean, and Company's Biscuits. English, American, and Dutch Cheese, English and American Bacon. Flour, Best and Seconds, Bran, Gurgeons, Sharps, Meal, Oats &c. GOOD HOPS, 9d. PER LB. BEST KENT, Is. 6d., And every other Article in the Trade, on the most moderate terms. The Shop will be opened on SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1864, with an entire NEW STOCK, pur- chased at the best Markets. Clark's Series of Guide Books. l^O. 1.—CAERPHILLY CASTLE. An historical account of this extensive Buin, and also of CASTELL COCH, with descriptions of the RHYMNEY VALLEY and CRUMLIN VIADUCTS, with Three steel plates. Price Sixpence. XTO. 2.—CARDIFF and ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD, with Historical Accounts of the Castle, Llandaff Cathedral, &c., with plate of Cardiff Castle. Price Sixpence. N°' 3.-TINTERN ABBEY and the WINDCLIFF. A full description of this splendid I Monastic Ruin, and the far-famed scenery between Chepstow and Monmouth, with two views. Price Sixpence NO. 4.—CHEPSTOW and ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD, containing an account of the Objects of Interest to Strangers in the Town, and the Walks in its delightful vicinity, with views of the Railway Bridge and Cast e. Price Sixpence. NO 5.'—RAGLAN AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD, giving an account of the Ancient state of RAGLAN CASTLE—Life in Raglan in the Feudal Tiroes—The Siege—and lull description of the magnifi- cent Ruins, &c.—Cetntilla, &c.-Price with plates, One Shilling. Condensed edition, Sixpence. USK and ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD, containing a description of the Castle, Priory, Church Charities, Corporation, Walks in the Vicinity, the ancient city of Caerleon, Raglan Castle, &c., with view Paper covers, One Shilling. Cloth, Gilt, One Shilling and Sixpence. THE HANDBOOK to MONMOUTHSHIRE and SOUTH WALES, a descriptive and historical Tour from GLOUCESTER to MILFOKD: including the Castles, Abbeys, Towns, and Interest in Objects within an easy distance of the South Wales and the Colelord, Monmouth and Usk Railways. Price, One Shilling, or with Six steel plates, One Shilling and Sixpence. The above may be had of the Booksellers in the several neighbourhoods at the Railway Book-stands, or post free, from the Publisher, J. H. CLABK, Usk, for Id. extra. Coal I Coal Coal J RICHARDSON begs to inform the inhabi- « tants of Usk and its neighbourhood, that he has become the Agent for the ABERTILLERY RED ASH COAL COMPANY, and he respectfully solicits a share of their patronage. All orders en- trusted to him shall receive his prompt attention. 1 June 30, 1864. L1LES' EATING HOUSE, TEA, COFFEE, & REFRESHMENT ROOMS. 21 Flannel Street, Abergavenny, NOW READY. PRIZE POEMS receiving the 100 Guineas ofi'ered in the Advertisements, ''Ho! FOB A SHAK- SPEARE," and awarded by Messrs. Webster, J. Stirling Coyne, Andrew Halliday, George Rose, and Thomas S. Stuart. Illustrated with Lithograph Portraits of Queen Elizabeth and the Queen of Beauty. Can be had GRATIS at all the best Drapers in the Kingdom, or forwarded, on receipt of stamped address to DAY & SONS, Lithographers to the Queen, Publishers, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. To Anglers Visiting Usk. HERBERT WILLIAMS, Chemist, Bridge Street, 11 Usk, invites attention to his large assortment of FISHING TACKLE of every description, of first-class make. H. W.'s practical knowledge of the Gentle Art," enables him to supply such SALMON and TROUT FLIES as are peculiar to the stream, and which will ensure success to the angler. T. EVANS, Mj, Boot, Shoe, and Gaiter Manufttc- jRf Ay turer, and Currier, IBglk Vl 16 and 17, CROSS STREET, MkM ABERGAVENNY, HkgML BEGS to call the attention of the flHMflHj Public to the LARGE STOCK MB of BOOTS and SHOES of every Bffi description he has constantly on hand. ■■ gjS| RIFLE GAITERS made from the jH|8W primest Cowhide, on the most .iBHf Reasonable Terms, Suitable for JflSjjjjjiMM Shooting or Walking purposes. 13 H3 0-^ c-g g gg- ° 53 ooj P-i oT S r-T 03 to M3 JgSj* o s ^afs-gS* ? gSi-Q • <5* f~> g £ 03 M" 01 Ph g Ss t^1"^ 3 P*0,0 J 5 <J £ «? M* ^sIrSig" § A S ts § £ | »^<§-ss M BiP? oy ts >, j- n S) io W O o <U n i 2 « h a n o « H ■» e a o h «2 ag s'f 2 1 g "g £ g g g, N a; bB 3 -—i ° rr cc « Cn l>>rj +-> £ C H a f L Eo 2 ° K 03 « i 0> <U o 11 ^•4 JC CO >> MONEY TO LEN D.-To TRADES- MEN, FARMERS, & OTHERS.—MONEY immediately advanced on good personal security, or Leasehold, Copyhold, and Freehold Property, from X50 to E5000, at 5 per cent interest. Upwards of three hundred thousand pounds have already been advanced.-Apply to Mr. C. JOHNS, Licensed Appraiser and House Agent, 4, Prospect Place, Stow Hill, Newport, Mon. N. B.-All applications by post to contain 4 stamps for reply. 119000 IN CASE OF DEATH, Or an Allowance of ZE6 per Week while laid up by Injury caused by ACCIDENT OF ANY KIND, Whether Walking, Riding, Driving, Hunting, Shoot- ing, Fishing, or at Home, may be secured by an Annual Payment of 43 to the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, 64, COKMHILL LONDON, E.C. MORE THAN 8,000 CLAIMS FOR COMPENSATION Have been Promptly and Liberally Raid. For Particulars apply to the Clerks at any of the Railway Stations, totheLocal Agents, or at the Offices 10, REGENT STREET, and 64, CORNHILL. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, Empowered by special Act of Parliament, 1849. t IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES.-Money len JL in sums of not less than £100, on Persona Security, at a fair rate of interest. A.lso a largo amount ready to be advanced on Freehold Securities, for a term of years, at from 4 to 5 per cent. interest; charges moderate, and the strictest confidence ob- served. Full particulars forwarded per post, on receipt of six postage stamps. Office hours from ten to three.-Apply to Mr. SYDNEY T. EVANS, Land and Estate Agent, Old Masonic Hall, Newport, Mon. MARKET STREET, PONTYPOOL. JOSEPH SAUNDRRS, FRUITERER, SEEDSMAN, d' &c., begs to announce that he has taken a License for the Sale of Game, and he begs to solicit the patronage of his Friends and the Public. CIGARS. Oysters, Pickles, Sauces, Plain and Fancy Biscuits, 8fc., Always in Stock. w N t5SOlAFii DELICI 0 u sill JTTRUE UNCOLOURED TEA. This Tea is imported with the leaf not Colourea, is highly recommended by medical and scientific men, and combines purity with fine flavour and lasting strength. Sold by Chemists, Stationers, and Confectioners in all parts of the Mngdom. fat—Robinson, Bridge St. Pow^ook-Edwards, Bookselle". Chepstow—Barrett, Moor' St. Newport—Thomas. Pillgwenlly-Morgan, Post Office. The South Wales Coal Company HAYING appointed Mr. WILLIAM JAMES their Agent for USK, LLANDENNY, RAG- LAN and MONMOUTH, respectfully solicit a con- tinuance of that support of which, up to the present time, they have received so large a share, and which they take this opportunity of thankfully acknow- ledging. Orders for COAL, COKE, LIME, &c. given to the Salesmen at the above mentioned stations, will receive prompt attention, or to Mr. James personally, or at his address, St. Mary's street, Monmouth. Ø" Fire Bricks, Tiles, Pipes, Slates, and other Building Materials supplied to order. Killgurrog Farm, In the parish of Killgurrog, about equi-distant from Chepstow, Monmouth, and Usk. T STEPHENS will SELL by AUCTION, on the • above farm, on Tuesday, the 27th of September, 1864, Commencing at 12 o'clock to the minute, the whole of the Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, com- prising cart mare, pony and colt, two-year-old filly, yearling filly, cow in milk, yearling heifer, 6 calves, sow and 8 pigs, broad and narrow wheel wagons and carts, iron swing plough, iron and wood harrows, wood roller, chaff engine, trace, thiller, and G.o. harness, wheelbarrows, grindstone and frame, &c. Two ricks of prime Hay to go off, stump of Hay, two mows of Wheat, about two loads of Barley, 7 acres of Mowing Grass, and 10 acres of Lattermath to February 2, 1865, an acre of Potatoes, crop of prime table and cider Fruit, in lots; together with the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Dairy Utensils, &c., the property of Mr. Jeremiah Morris, taken under distress for rent. Purchasers are requested to view the Hay, Corn, Potatoes, Grass Keep, Crop of Apples, &c., prior to the time of sale, as the whole will be sold at the Homestead, and punctually at the time named. Any further particulars may be procured of the Auctioneer, Huntfield, Chepstow. CHAPEL HOUSE, OLD MARKET STREET, USK. MESSRS. GRAHAM and CO., have been favoured with instructions from the Rev. G. Cosens, who is leaving the neighbourhood, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above premises, On TUESDAY, September 27th, 1864, the undermentioned useful and genteel HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other effects, comprising :-Mahogany hair- seated Sofa; Mahogany Loo Table; Lady's Mahogany Work Table; Reading Desk; Easy Chair; Devotional ditto; Cane-seated and other Chairs; Ottoman; Music Stool; Fenders; Fire-irons; Chimney Orna- ments Fine toned Piano-Forte in handsome Ma- hogany Case; Mahogany Pembroke and other Tables Butler's Tray and Stand Umbrella Stand; School Desk and Forms; Clocks; French, Four-post, and other Bedsteads Oak shut-up Bedstead Hair and Wool Mattresses Blankets Counterpanes Night Commode Bidette Dressing Tables Dress- ing Glasses; Washstands Towel Horses; Cut Glass Decanters; Sugar Basins Wines Tumblers; Two Dozen Knives and Forks China and other Jugs; Brewing Utensils; quantity of Casks, with the usual assortment of Kitchen and Culinary requisites. Sale precisely at One o'clock in the afternoon. Newport, September 2nd, 1864. USK MARKET. MESSRS. GRAHAM & co. WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, opposite the Three Salmons Hotel, On Monday, the 3rd of October, 1864, upwards of TWENTY New English Oak HOGS-. HEADS, and other Casks. Sale precisely at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. 21st September, 1864. rpO BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. — Sober, X stead Men may meet with full employment, and wages as high as any in the town, by applying to ROBERT LANE, Currier, Chepstow. TT7ANTED, a Plain COOK, and to make herself V? generally useful in a quiet family, where a housemaid is kept, and an out-door man servant em- ployed. Wages, £ 8.—Apply to the Surgeon of the Abersychan Iron Works, near Pontypool. U sk Grammar School. mHE boys will re-assemble on MONDAY, the 27th JL inst. W. H. WRENFORD, B.A., Master. mHREE SALMONS HOTEL, X USK. FAMILY PRICE LIST. WINES. s. d. Port (Draught) per Bottle 3 6 „ (Bottled) „ 5 0 „ Extra Old 6 6 Sherry (Draught) „ 3 6 (Golden). „ 5 0 „ (Pale) 4 0 Champagne o 0 „ (Moet's 1st brand) „ 7 0 Sparkling Moselle 7 0 Claret (3rd quality) „ 2 6 „ (2nd „ ) ,j 4 6 „ (1st „ ) „- 6 0 Rousillon M 3 9 Masdeu >, 4 6 Hock 5 0 ALE, PORTER, &c. Ale (best Burton) ..per Doz. pint bottles 5 6 Porter (London). „ (Dublin) Cider » Perry SPIRITS. Brandy (Martell's 1st brand) ..per Bottle 5 6 „ (Pale) „ 5 0 Whiskey (Campbelton & Isiay).. 4 0 11 (Irish) Gin (2nd quality) „ 2 3 » (1st „ ') v 2 6 Hollands. 6 0 Ruin „ 3 6 LIQUEURS. Curagoa Maraschino Noyau. •> JERATED WATERS. Soda Water, (1st quality) per doz. bottles 5 0 Seltzer Water „ » 6 0 Lemonade" 6 0 Pot ass Water » 6 0 Ginserade „ n CIGARS. Estrellas per Box 24 0 Habanas 5> 34 0 Manilla Cheroots 30 0 Any quantity supplied at the same rate. Posting Arrangements on the most reasonable scale.
BLAENAVON. THE FArR.-Our second annual fair was held on Satur- day last, at which beer retailers, innkeepers, and fruit, nut, and ginger-bread sellers appeared to monopolize the busi- ness. The police seemed vigilant, and all passed off quietly. CASTELL IFOR.-During the week a Mr. and Mrø, Newman have been giving a comic and miscellaneous en. tertainment at this hostelry, which was well received by numerous audiences. SUPPER.-An excellent treat of this description was given by Mr. J. G. Williams to his workmen and others, at which upwards of 100 people sat down, at the house of Mr. Wm. Roberts, the Old Oak Tree Inn, on the evening of Monday last. The cloth having been removed, Mr. W. H. George was called to the chair, and Mr. Lewis, carpenter, to the vice-chair, when the company proceeded to prove themselves very loyal and patriotic subjects, by drinking the toasts that attest the same. Good addresses were delivered by the chairman, vice-chairman, Mr. Williams, Mr. Challenger, and other gentlemen present. Numerous songs were sung in capital style, and a large number of toasts of a local and complimentary character were given, enthusiastically received, and suitably responded to. The proceedings throughout were of a very pleasant and agreeable nature. LET THERE BE LIGHT:" WHERE ARE THE LAMPS ?— The question of why are there no lamps in the public streets of Blaenavon P has been frequently asked, but we are informed that no satisfactory reason has ever yet been given. As the days are now what is commonly- called drawing in," people become aware that winter is ap- proaching, and knowing the danger and ideorvenience- of which many of them have been painfully reminded— that have heretofore arisen from the want of public lamps, the question of their non-existence has been again mooted with more than ordinary anxiety. It does, indeed, seem exceedingly anomalous that a gas manufactory should exist, and that gas-light should be found in the shops, public houses, and other places of business, and yet that the public streets of a place like this—which aspires to the title of a town-and which, by-the-by, are anything but con. veniently arranged, should be left in utter darkness The inhabitants can remedy the evil by applying to the Secre. tary of State, who would call upon the Local Government Board to "shew cause" why they neglect to procure public lamps for the streets when people are willing to pay for such convenience.— Communicated. THE TALKING- FISH.-Some little surprise, which was ultimately converted into a good deal of merriment, was created here on the evening of Wednesday week, on its being announced that some monster of the. deep," from that far distant ocean, perhaps- "Where sailors gang to fish for cod had taken up its quarters in our little river, in which it was performing sundry piscatory movements and evolu- tions, apparently for its own delight and gratification. The intelligence of this "new arrival," and its operations soon had the effect of causing a vast number of people to assemble on the bridge and banks of the river, amongst whom various were the surmises and conjectures as to what kind of a fish this really could be, when, as if' to put all doubt at an end, it made a sound so much like that of the human voice, that the bystanders at once concluded that this could be no other than the veritable talking fish" of which so much has been said and written. The cry of The talking fish! The talking fish at length became general throughout the crowd, and people were anxiously straining themselves to get a good view of this tenth wonder of the world, when all hopes of inspecting such a curiosity became suddenly blasted on its being discovered that this strange inhabitant of the deep was not a fish after all, but a silly fellow who bad leaped into the river to drown himself in order to spite" his mother because she had prepared a lodger's supper before his own What next? TESTIMONIAL.—It having become known that Mr. Thomas Lewis, son of Mr. John Lewis, lurnace manager of this place, was about leaving, to take the management, of the Cwmbran furnaces, a testimonial was got up amongst his friends, which consist, d of a gold watch, valued at £16, The presentation took place on Thursday evening, at the Queen Inn, and was accompanied by an appropriate address. Mr. Lewis responded briefly, feel- ingly expressing his sincere thanks for the kinrtness of his friends. Several addresses were delivered by Mr. Vincent, Prince of Wales Inn, and others, and a very convivial evening was spent. ENGLISH INDEPENDENT CHAPEL.-This chapel, for- merly known as the Horeb Baptist Chapel, is now being used by the English Independents, who, on Thursday last, held an ordination service there, when the Rev. Daniel Evans, late of Carmarthen College, was crdained as its future minister. The Revs. W. Morgan, Carmarthen, T. Eees, Chepstow, and others officiated, and the proceedings were'altogether of a deeply interesting character.
TREGARE. THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL.—A thanksgiving gathering, and a social tea meeting, took place at Effil Newydd Meet- ing House, on Wednesday last, both of which were verv well attended. The Rev. Mr. Campbell, M.A., from Mon- mouth, discoursed in the afternoon from Galatians, vi chap., 7 verse-" Be not deceived, God is not mocked whatsoever a man soweth, that also shall he reap.The subject of which he elucidated with great ability, and rendered remarkably clear and instructive to his audience, as well as fitting to the occasion, sustaining the closest at- tention throughout. At the conclusion, the meeting was adjourned, in order to prepare the creature comforts, and an excellent tea was afterwards well served, at the low charge of sixpence a head, of which anumerous company partook, and who passed well-merited compliments upon those who superintended the trays and general manage- ment. Tea being over, the meeting recommenced, Mr. Williams, of Wern-y-Mellin, being voted to the chair. The Rev. W. Campbell, M.A., (Monmouth), was again, called upon, who, after expressing his very great satisfac- tion at the success of their meetings, gave a brief, but im- pressive and animated address upon the subject of Gratitude and love to God;" remarking that the present meeting was the happy result of the past efforts of the friends of truth in that locality, declaring his conviction of the ultimate success of the principles there proclaimed, and asserting that the human mind loved truth as naturally as the eye sought light, no one being content to sit in dark- ness. The speaker concluded by heartily avowinghis readi- ness and willingness to work with every one for the common good. Mr. Dawe, (Monmouth), followed in a sound, pithy, and practical speech, upon a similar subject. Mr. Charles Forward, (Raglan), afterwards entertained the audience with an excellent, and pathetic discourse upon Love, and the power of kindness." The meeting terminated about eight o'clock, with praise and prayer, all being highly grati- fied with the proceedings.
CAERLEON. PETTY SESSIONS, TUESDAY, before the Rev. W. POWELL. ASSAULT.-Mary Welch was charged with assaulting Mary McCarthy. This turned out to be one of those rows between women, which are so common at Cwmbran, and in which they give each other the "full length of their tongues." Several witnesses were examined for both sides, from whose evidence it appeared that defendant had as- saulted the complainant by throwing a stone at her. She was therefore bound over to keep the peace for six months', and ordered to pay the costs. ADJOURNMENTS.—The cases of James Price, charged with stealing a slop, and Edwin Edwarts, charged with a trespass, were both adjourned to the next meeting, Oct..1.- (Other District Intelligence on 8th page),