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THE LATE ELECTION FOR THE…

-BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT.-WEDNESDAY.

CHEPSTOW.

CASTLE rOWSJ.I

EBBW VALE.

CARDIFF.

CAERPHILLY.

Family Notices

ASEHGAVENNY.

CASSI-EOTF,

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CASSI-EOTF, MAY FAIR.-There was a tolerably good supply of fat stock, from breeders in the district; but sales were heavy^ Store cattle sold well. There was a pretty good oxchaiigflt made throughout the day of stock and money. TJie pleasure^ seekers are notjso numerous now as in the days ,6f-old nor are the means of amusement so varied or attractive and this accounts for the diminished number ol .visitors on this accounts for the diminished number of .visitors on this occasion. ACCIDENT -As Mr. Thomas Wagstaff, coal-retailer, of Newport, was trotting out bis horse for sale. at Caerleon fair, on Saturday last, the animal fell with him upon some pitch- ing, broke the rider's ancle bone, and occasioned other injuries. Mr. Cherry, surgeon, immediately attended and set the limb: and the sufferer is now progressing favourably.

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