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MERTHYR. ST. DAVID'S DAY.—In honour of the Welshman's patron saint, 9 very excellent dinner was provided at the Crown Inn, High-street, last week, over which Mr. John Shapton, high constable, presided. After the table was cleared, Mr. W. Frost played several very exquisite boles On the harp. and Mr. Thomas Dasi^ s penillion t-inging Vas a great source of delight to the party; and during the evening several loyai and complimentary toasts wt-re drank, and a few hours were passed merrily. ST. DAVID'S NATIONAL SCHOOLS.-At these sohoct- tooms, on Tuesday evening, a very excellent supper was provided by Mr. Goodwin, the schoolmaster, for his pupils who had attended his night-school during the lIast season, which terminated on Monday night, the scholars having undergone an examination by the Go- vernment Inspector the previous week. There were also several of the principal pupils of the day scnool present, and altogether upwards of a hundred scholars of various ages up to twenty-one sat down to aupper, and enjoyed themselves thoroughly. NEW MEMBERS FOR THE BOARD OF HEALTH.—rive new members for the Lical Board of Health of this town will be elected on the 27th inst., in the place of Messrs. David Rosser, David Williams, and David Davies who retire bv rotation; Mr. Frank James, who has resigned, and Mr. potchSQe, wLa rEtires by ballot. Voting papers will be distributed in the ensuing week. THE LATE Mn. THOMAS PRICB,-We deeply regret to record this week the death of Mr. T. Price, draper, who Vas one of the oldest tradesmen in the town. He has teen ill for a considerable time, suffering from diabetes, "bich caused bis death on Monday morning last. He is deeply lamented by his fellow tradesmen. FATAL ACCIDENT.-On Tuesday morning, an inquest Was held at the Union Workhouse, on the body of a little boy named George Harries, about five years and Some months old, who met his death somewhat suddenly On the preceding day. The jury after a thorough inves- tigation of the evidence adduced before tbe coroner, Mr. G.Overton, returned a verdict of Accidental death.'

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COWBRIDGE.

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PENTYRCH.

GYMMER.

PORTH.

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BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT.

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FENIAN RISINGS IN IRELAND.

GLAMORGANSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

ABERDARE.

BRIDGEND.

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RIIONDDA FACH.

TREHERBERT.

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SWANSEA.

THE POWELL DUFFRYN COLLIERIES.I

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