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THE OUTRAGE ON A BRECON SHIRE…

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BANKRUPTS, LIQUIDATIONS, &C.I

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[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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i)ít1JJS, iilarna2Beatl)$, BIRTHS. NEi.L.—OnJanu&ry27 Mrs. Walter Nell, Wenvoe, of a son. MARRIAGES. C.APKIX—SMITH.—On January 31, at St. Andrew's Church, Cardiff, by the liev. Edward Morgan, B.4., Jam«s Partridge Capell, M.A., only son ot James Capell, of Weston-super-Mare, to Louisa Anne Smith, only surviving daughter of the late John Smith, of Parton Conrt, Chuichdown, Gloucestershire. GUXSTOXE — BOBINS. — On January 27, at Bethany Baptist Chapel, Cardiff, Vr.-deriek, second son of Mr. Thomas Gunstone, Cardiff, It) Atla, youngest daughter of Mr. Itobins, Canton. DEATHS. C^RKy.—On Jan. 25, Major-General Robert Carey, C,B., eldest son of Major-General Sir Oetavius Carey, K.C.H., late Judge Advocate General, aged 61 years. COKRAN.—On Jan. 24, of consumption, Zillah, the wife of Mr. Harry Corran, Dalston, London, aged 36 years. GICRRISH On Jan. 2&, at the Carpenters' Arms, Bum- 1 iey, the wife of Thomas Gerrish, aged 56 years. HOWKLL.-On JIUl. 30, at Llanion House, Kensington- terrace, Swansea, Gwynne, son of T. A. R. Howell, aged four months. LKWIS.—On Jan. 27,. at Kenford Villa, 18, The Walk, Cardiff, the beloved wife of J. W. Lewis, Friends will kindly accept this intimation.

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