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NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, NEWPORT.

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BRECON.

MONMOUTH.

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USK.

GLAMORGANSHIRE.

KBRTHYS.

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KBRTHYS. RETURN OF CHOLERA CASES.—THURSDAY,JULY 5. MERTIIYR.—Total from commencement, May 2oth, as per last report, corrected by registration returns up to 10 A.M.. yesterday, 947 attacked and 386 dead. New cases, up to 10 A.M., to-day, 12 attacked and 4 dead. EOWLAIS—Total from commencement, June 10th, up to 10 A.M., yesterday, 55 attacked and 20 dead. New cases, up CEI-N.—-5 attacked ana o dead. The most active measures continue to be taken at Dowlais to prevent the spread of the disease. There have been several very malignant cases there, some of which have proved fatal. At. the expense of Sir John Guest, a long room at the Plough Inn has been convertedinto a "refuge for the healthy," who are to be removed from infected locahties. A large room has also been fitted up at the Castle Farm, about a mile from Dow- lais, as a refuge tor the Irish, ri his place has been provided with wooden bedsteads, good straw bed", sheets and quLlts It consists of a male and feui;;le ward. One night last week, i\1r. White, surgeon, and Superintendent Wrenr.^ proceeded to the Kookery," a locality thick,y peopled by Irish,and where- cholera has planted its standard Out of six small houses, they cleared thirty abierl-oodied men who were lving four and even five in a bed They were conducted to the "refuge. This will give some idea of the crowded state in which the low lodging houses are. How can we wonder that disease makes its ap- pearance ? Not less than thirty-six parish orders for coffins given last week. BENEVOLENCE.—Robert Crawsliay,Esq.,of Cy far ill fa Castle, keeps a man to carry provisions from the Castle to the most destitute of his wcrknien. Most of the persons attacked by the cholera are very Iow in recovcrinp:, and many of them, undoubtedly, from Wlt of proper nourishment. Such is the distress in Me.thvr, th;tt 1.3n men are on Fenv- darran fund alone. Many men have lost their clubs in conse- quence of distressed circumstances.— Swunsea Journal. Hay-making has been commenced by all the Iron Companies around this town. The crops we believe, are very heavy, and the weather has been most propitious.

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