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CARDIFF MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.11 0( of this institution received recently an interesting alvj. j3o,e' pd its collection, by a present from the Marqu^9 twelve volumes of the Bridgewater Treatise, ^ly p.^ in calf. This valuable donation, indicative it niay pr°9Pl'e<i sumed, of the regard of the noble Marquess for 1 ^0o^e}'jo of this excellent institution, has been suitably a acc°r by the committee in a vote of thanks unanimously his Lordship. uCe 0 eo CAHDIFF.—Another Steeple Chase.— In consequ be,vV.je) inability of the umpires of the last chase to £ f pr'^ the rival pretensions of Ragged Jack and Tartar ((> be it was arranged on Friday evening, that the 0( ^ifrr\\e over again by the same batch of horses, on the ? iuded* in which those great rival quadrupeds are to be lD^agge^ J, lovers of this sport are promised a fine treat- gjjder6*0 and Tartar, in particular, will, in the interim, II IS undergo a rigorous training. f t|,e ABERYSTWYTH FISHING CLUB.—The effor'8 0 spirit of this club have met with a success equal to < prompted their measures and the skill with w t of ibe c been carried into effect. By the good roaD.a6eme £ :|ing' -ve" a gentleman may now be sure to have capital g A boUe "øød HISTORY OF REBECCA AND HER DAUGHTERS- by years ago a turnpike-road was made betwee or0ug^^a Opo' Carmarthen, with the view of securing a grea J one'* ?ut it between Ireland and London. The Liverpoo lea¥'D.^0fd» litan railway has, however, frustrated the tj int or 32 miles of road from Carmarthen to Hobb s mor'e th*° » as a passage for the mail, which seldom carries t. a|o0g It, e"" passengers a day. Very little thoroughfare ex and the carrier goes but once a week between e(j to p# jo oroke, by which ihere is not money sufficien (oa ((J interest for the capital expended, much less o 'f0>s repair. The trustees have the power, by c |0 jiut up toll-bars on lanes and by-roads, b jthatp". he expense of the main road on the Pan* xcjted they ha»e exercised, which appears to 'The ig{ wintry to the late and continued acts o niarkel c8. re' u pon the road amounts to 12s. 6d.iupon .i 12 miles, besides which the people g clear, 1LyiPf lleb.ee. has .IOTJj J^iU f K,J- iVendergare, and Pime toli-g • faithful, at ff0(0 f f 500 men true an 'oeS »««'» T h'1" Seejiiy b. uPSt. By order of the Home secretary, du,yof pu i' inbroke dockyard have been recalled, and th the malcontents has devolved «P»? yeomanry, who in 1798 so nobly dlstlngUlS e,isbS-uj. dei Earl Cawdor aguast the French troop» at

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