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NEWPORT POST TABLE.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TRADE AND REVENUE.

MORE RAILWAY MISMANAGEMENT…

TRUE BENEFACTORS TO IRELAND.

LOCAL ISTELLieUSCE.

ABERGAVENNY.

CHEPSTOW.

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MONMOUTH.

MONMOT JTH AND NEWNHAM CRICKET…

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RE-OPENING OF PANTEAGUE CHURCH.

SALE BY AUCTION AT Rirpf)RT.

VICTORIA.

USK.

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USK. BIBLE SOCIETY. On Wednesday, the 4th instant, the annual meeting of the Auxiliary Bible Society, for this dis- trict, was held here. The chair was taken, and was well filled, by W. A. Williams, Esq., of Llangibby Castle. Tiie object of the meeting was impressively stated by the worthy Chairman; after which. the Rev. J. Shepard, the secretary, read the report of the auxiliary, which was not so encou- raging as last year's, and which contained some urgent con- siderations to make up the deficiency. The meeting was afterwards addressed by the Rev. Messrs. Evans, rector of Goytrcy, Owens, of Usk, and W. Phillips. The Rev. C. W. Bingham, M.A., rector of Melcombe, Dorset, the deputation from the Parent Society, addressed the meetingat some length in a manner which did not fail to interest all present. Sir Dig-by Mackworth followed in a speech replete with interest, in waicli he gave some instances, in his travels in France and Italy, of the difficulties formerly experienced in carrying even his own Bible with him into these countries, and the facilities now given by those who inspect the luggage of tra- vellers, to its circulation. The doxology was sung, and the meeting closed.

RHYMNEY.

GLAMORGANSHIRE.

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FROM THE LONDON CORRESPONDENT…

FRANCE.

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NEWPORT.

GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL.

BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF.

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