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NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, NEWPORT.

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MONMOUTH.

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Captain Napleton has been elected governor of Hereford caol. The voting was as follows For ivir. Kettle 24 Captain Napleton 24 ?Ir. 1-orster Mr. Lander •? The numbers for Mr. Kettle and Captain Napleton being even, voting papers were again handed round, amidst very conside- rable excitement, the result being :— For Captain Nettleton Mr. Kettle.. (The announcement was received with partial hisses.) I SUPIJEN DEATII OF MAJOR CAMI-BELL.—We regret to s'ate that MajorChltrJes Campbell, an old Peninsular officer, died suddenly on Saturday afternoon, while walking in P ll-mall. The deceased gentleman had for a cousiderable period of time been residing at the house of Mr. Leggett, Duke-street, St. James's, and shout four o'clock left his apartments in appaient health to proceed to the Army and ;\avy Club (of which 1 e was a member). He reached the clu bin safety, and alter a short stay there, he left with the view of taking his usual promenade. While passing the iesidence of Mr. trench, in Pill-mall the unfortunate gentleman was observed to stagger, when a ce'uile- man passing by rushed forward to Ins assistance, but the iMaior tell, and after a short strui^le he ceased to exist. Lurd Louth expired at Brighton, on Tuesday, the 26tli inst after a plOtracted illness. His ord=hip's loss will be severely felt bv his numerous friends, and especially by his tenantry and the piorin the neighbourhood of Louth-hdll, where followiug the example of hia long line of ancestors, his lordship w^s a Con- otant resident,

Monmouthshire Midsummer Sessions.

The Burglary at Woodland*.

PONTYPOOL PETTY SESSIONS.—JUNE…

CARDIFF POLICE COURT-MONDAY.

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HAY—BRF.CONSHIRE.

ROME.

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CITY OF LONDON ELECTION.

Shipping Intelligence.

Family Notices

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE…