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bIR H. LAYARD AND THE PORTE.:

ENGLAND AND TURKEY.

TEE CONFLICT WITS ALBANIANS.

THE AMO.\N ELANDS.

TEE OF THE BACCHANTE.

DEATH OF A GERMAN DUKE. -

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TLE ur lH ..\JIERICá WAR.

AFGHANISTAN.

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SIR CBAtsl.ES DILKt.; ON THE…

qEE HEALTH OF MS. TORR M.P..…

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THE I DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

NIHILISM IN ST. PETERSBURG.

THE GARIBALDI DIVORCE SUIT.

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THE HEALTH OF THE RUSSIA.fREdS.

THE 24TH AT RORRE'S DRIFr.

THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.

TRE SEVERN TUNNEL.

CAERLEON ENDOWED SCHOOLS.

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THE BISHOP OF MANCHESTER'S…

MR. ARTHUR E. GUEST AT CARDIFF.…

THE LIVING OF GELLIGAES.

THE CABINET COUNCIL.

THE PREMIER AND HIS TENANTS.

ABERDARE BOARD OF HEALTH.

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NEWPORT BANKRUPTCY CASES.

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COUNTY COURTS. .&C1MN ON A CHARTER PARTY.—On Wodnea; day iua Houour Mr. J. M. Herbert hold a ooiirt at Newputt, wheu he heard sevenl oaaea. The nrat was Boutee v G. W Jones, Heard, and Co. Mr. VacgLan appeated ior the plaintiff, the captain of a freIJch vesaol; Mr. Wyndh&m Fain for the de'enohma, who are ship brokera at Newport. 'I I-e bc.;tlOD w<m brought to recover .639, the amount et the freight on 95 tons of pitwood, and .Gn j9a 7d ft'r one dy's demurrage. Defendikuts had paid £20 8a into court, aad .68 12a on & oouiftet c)fnm tor ehurt delivery. The plaintiff came to Newport in November laat, on the 13th oi which tLocth he made a declaration at the Cuatcm.hcude, which was disputed by the defen- dants, attd the diecharge did not commence until the next day, aid thorowaa a detention of one d<,y. For the de'enoe it was said that H5 tona 4 CKt. was delivered. His Honour deferred judg. nient until the next court. A MASTER MARINER'8 WAGES.—HaTriaOO V. the OWE era of the barque Dulcimer, of Rye.—Mr. WooaDam (instructed by Messra. Colborne <md Ward) appeared for the plaintiff, the ownera were net represented. The veaael is now under arreat in the Alexandra Dock. Plaintiff claimed & balance of .t.85 138 4d, which had not been die- pnted. Judgment f the amount claimed, with coata. PREFERENTIAL CBKDITOBS.—At the Cardill county couit on Thuraday, his Honour Judge herbert referred to the bankruptcy oaae of EvM Evana, aBd made an order upon Meaara. Nanoe- kevill and VenniDg, as preferential ereditort, to habd over to tne trustee, Mr. Lovett, the reapectivo anma of money which they had aworm they received Irvin Evan Evans in payment of a debt prior to bid bankruptcy. AN ADVERTISING CASE.—Danoan and S:)ns v. Thomaa. Ihia was an adjourned caae, heard at Cardiff county court on Thursday, in which the ptatLUna, proprietora of the South Wales Daily Reus, Bought to recover an amount alleged to be due fur advettitiementa from the defendant, who resides at L14udilo. It appeared that the adver. tiftnenta h..d tIt-eo icserted to the order of laaao Anthoty, an auctioneer, who sold the defondaat'a ¡"l'o¡;er')'. the defendant's contention waa that he had not authoriaed the auctioneer tG advertise in the Dat{i/ News or any of the other papers in which the sale had been Minounoed. The Judge, however, held that when an auctioneer %ae ilatzueted to aell there was an implied authority to advertise according to the usual custom. Judgment, thfrefore, for the plaintiffs. ACTION TO RECOVER THE BALANCE OF A CONTRACT.—F. ft,zlMy v. J. Lewis.-Mr. Vaohel! aopptlUHt fLr the piamtiff, and Mr. Scott for the t elencant. Thiti o aim waa brought at the Cardie couRty court on 3 bursday for j625 lOa, the ba.ltn ce (,I !tn b'}. ged contract to parohMe puny aLd imp f r t-6, the difference of 10< < fttB« btm pcttd ,uwu whttn the purohaae waI u.t.de. bome lVJd,-l1oo wa" given in behalf of the plb,iltiff, aiid at !!Ut. Soutt'a requeat the matter wb,s a"jourUd tor further evidence, the defeo' da. t co? t<tdiBg that the pony waa not in good CtiUf ition. AT %-AIMARTEIEN COUNTY COURT, on Thura- èÐ) tbt tv,, e i uch" BerHsford), the case of John buiL.b.ill. tattler, Pdo)ffan, near Llanelly, v. B. W. 1.i.tbarc. tnircbau', Carmarthen, came on fot I c-.arii g. C<uus'l f.r the plaintiff was Mr. Abet Ttoiafo (in,ira ted by Meaera. Johnaon and S ead, U i.e Iy;, the defence beingi conducted by Mr. homas Daviea, advocate, Carmatthen. The learn d couLeel atatod that plaintiff aued fot the value of a hoMe .??3, and for at&bling Mtd tLUtiittatme pfuVMted and bartowed in feedmg the hot oe li t,m the]8thtf November to the present outt,. Wi ctaafs havmg been called, the learned Jt-(Jieguvv a Vtt\;to6 for defendant, obaerving tiat the ptainttn broke his word, and that Mz. hi--baidartlied on the verbal agreement impli. ci, ly, D< ver imeri, ing that he would be cheated. AC1IUN tOR tALSi!! IttfRIttONMENT.—Thomtm Bo«ct., taruer, ,a.M.Jkenoy, in the pMiahot Abertaj?t, vertue John be van, police constable, of Cc-nwil Village, it. the pariah of Conwil Elvot. &)r. Ibomaa Wttltcrs, Carmarthen, repreaeated tie pIainUn, and Mr. Thomaa Daviea, CMnmr- them, wtte for the dt:feBoa. From the evidence it apptared trat the plaintiff, in October iMt, went in company with two frienea toTaJfan-Ueht Fan* to court the actvanta, of whom there were three. The hour was about midnight, and the girit, or one of them. named Mary Jonea, came down from the top of tb e houee to let the three in. Whilat dreMing on the t< p of he landing, the <prl left her puree in an e:XJ.08ed ¡,lace, acd m the meantime one of the other øirh had gone down ataira, and waA eocn followed by Mary Jonea. The plaintiffa two frltMb having toeir giria to court, plaintift proccedtd opetaira to aearoh for hut. Oa the morrow Mary Jooec found her purae with a aatU of 6tt 6d mi-MDg Piaintin was Mreated on amr p'c,.on by Police cofa:able Bevan. His Honout tiave a verdict for the defendant, obaervingrathet Btrottgly t&at it waa a toandaloua thing for the m?D to be preeen!. in another pereon'a housa at that Umo of n!ghf,

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