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Foreign and Colonial Intelligence.

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The following tale is ,0''1 of Rabelais When at a great dij- f orn Paris, and without money to bear his expenses, this •UDC!„ author'being thus sharp set. got together a convenient ingeniou havjng tbeQ disposed of it in several quantity of bnck fl Monlleur „ papers, he wrote up hin » and on a thud, "Poison second, Po'so d ,bis provision for the royal family for the King. H.v.ng m H was aD C™.™d. 0.d ..bjec., -I. VrX'.„.c"d.e,de..—J- lelligence to the secretary of state. 1 be secretary presently sent down a IIpecial messenger, who biought up the trallor to court, and provided him, at the kiog's expense, with proper accommo- dation on the road. As soon aa he appealed he was known to be the celebrated Rabelais, and his powder, upon examination, beiog found very innocent, the jest was only laughed at.

MONMOUTHSHIRE MIDSUMMER SESSIONS.

«.— To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

CHAPEL AND CHURCH.

LAW OF DEBTOR AND CREDITOR.

ABERGA VENNY-THE CHOLERA.

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