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THE OUTRAGE ON A BRECON SHIRE…

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BANKRUPTS, LIQUIDATIONS, &C.I

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Four sailors were on Wednesday sentenced to a month's imprisonment by the magistrates of Stonehouse, Devon, for insubordination on board the brigantine Juvento, bound from London to Australia. When off Plymouth they positively refused to work, alleging that the vessel was leak- ing and unseaworthy, and that their berths were wet and unfit to sleep in. It was shown, however, that they had conspired together to throw water over their food and bunks when nearing a port, so as to give them an excuse for leaving the ship, they having received a month's pay in advance. Unrivalled for beauty, durability, and general usefulness is the opinion proclaimed by the Queen re- specting the new Patterns of the wa rid-renowned Boyal Devonshire Serge. Choice colourings. Check and fancy patterns. Prices from Is. 3jd, per yard. Any length cut, and carriage paid on parcels above 20s. in value, to all railway stations in England and Wales. Patterns free. Sole factors, Spearmaa and Spearman, Plymouth. No agents.

[THE MONMOUTH DIVORCE I CASE.…

THE ABERYSTWITH COLLEGE.

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uiJS MILFORD DOCKS COMPANY.

THE WEST OF ENGLAND BANK V.…

THE CASTLE STEEL AND IRONWORKS…

SPREAD OF CATTLE DISEASE.

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j THE OUTRAGE ON AI BRECONSHIRE…

CLOSING OF A COLLIERY IN NORTH…

THE COAL ANDIRON TRADES OF…

THE FALL OF A THUNDERBOLT…

THE DANUBIAN CONFERENCE.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

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