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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…

p OTyTTrrooit.

RE-OPENING OF PANTEAGUE CHURCH.

SALE BY AUCTION AT Rirpf)RT.

VICTORIA.

USK.

RHYMNEY.

GLAMORGANSHIRE.

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FROM THE LONDON CORRESPONDENT…

FRANCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. r *—

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NEWPORT.

GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL.

BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF.

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BIRTHS, MARRIA&ES,&DEATHS. On the 10)h iim., Kt Verh.il. f the wife of Mr. J. B. Seward, of her fHajesO l'u" a son- wjfe of Mr. James On the 10th instant, at Caerleon, Charles, wheelwright, of a ear London, the lady of On the Gth inst an t ,at Hampstead > n«r i r > R. P. Davies, Esq., °wife of Mr. Wm' Richards! On the 8th inst., at Swansea, tne WHC of lately, at Crickhowell, the lady of the Rev. J. Evans, vicar, L"Itel)', nt Cnckbowe 5th instant, at Neath, the wife of Mr. Wm. Lewi. saddler, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 9th instant, at the Tabernacle Chapel, Newport, by tbe Rev. Thomas Gillman, Mr. John Bourne to Miss Mary ^OnUie^rd instant, by license. atGelly Gaer Church, by tbe K«v. Mr. Price, Mr. Lewis Lewis, oi Blackwood, Bedweltv, to Miss' Mary Davies, daughter of William Davies, Esq., of G vvar- thonor, Gelly Gaer. On the 10th instant, at St. Mary's Church, Monmouth, by the Rev. E. F. Arney, vicar, Mr. John May, of Bath, to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Dubberley, of that town. DIED. On the 8th instant, at Pillgwenlly, Mrs. Ann Price, aged 66 years. On the 8th instant, at Chepstow, Mrs. Warren, of the Lord Nelson, on the Back. On the 6th instant, at Monmouth, Winifred, wife of Thomas A very, aged 79 years. On the 7ta instant, at Monmouth, Mr. James Hawkins, plumber, &c aged 74 years, the oldest tradesman of the town, universally respected. Ou the 8th inst., at Cardiff, Capt. George Jeffrey, of New- port, aged 81 years. On the 9th instant, of cholera, at Cardiff. Mr. Henry Sains- j bury, butcher, agem 37 His wife died on Thursday,— both stood in the market on Saturday iast. On the 9th inst., at Lyme Regis, James Lean, Ewj., of Clifton, aged 75. „. On the Uth instant, at Cheltenham, NichpHl late ci Abergavenny, aged *4 }'pa-n»