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P ONTY P 0 O Xi. SUDDEN DEATH—On Wednesday night last, a young man named Evan Jones, tiler and plasterer, retired to rest, in good health, and, awful to relate, died about three o clock the following morning. AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATII.—On Sunday last, a report spread through the town, that Mr. James Davies, of Mauehi- land, had suddenly sunk down in death, and the melancholy fact was soon ascertained beyond doubt. It appeared that the deceased came to Pontypool ou Saturday last, apparently in the enjoyment of his usually good health. He slept. at the Three Tuns Inn, breakfasted there, with a good appetite, and prepared himself for Zion chapel, and, on going, promised to return to dinner. On reaching the chapel door, he was seen to totter and fall. He was immediately carried to the Cam- brian, a very short distance oil', but death had secured its victim before he reached the house. A Coroner's Inquest was held on Monday last, before Mr. Hughes, and a verdict ot •' Died by the visitation of God returned. FORESTRY—On Monday last, the brethren of Court Pride of the Village, No. ] B72, of the above order, met at the Buck Inn, Abersychan, to celebrate their anniversary. When arrangements were completed, they marched in grand proces- sion to Trevethin church, headed by a fine flowing banner, and accompanied by the well-known and popular Newport band of music. After divine service, the brethren proceeded in the same order to Talywain, thence returning to the Buck, where an excellent dinner was in readiness, and soon done justice to. After the cloth was removed, the usual loyal toasts were drank. During the afternoon, many other toasts were proposed, among which was the health of the Rev. Mr. Davies, vicar of Trevethin. Several excellent speeches were made, and songs sung. The baud also performed many old favourite and new pieces of music, in a creditable manner, and the evening passed off most pleasantly harmony and good-feeling appearing to have been the order of lite day.

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