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CLEANING THE PAVEMENTS.

THE IRON AND GENERAL TRADES.

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BRYJNMAWR. SUPPER.-On Tuesday evening last a housewarmino- supper was given by Mr. W. Franks, and was most numerously and respectably attended. After the re- moval of the cloth, several songs were sung, and nu- merous patriotic speeches delivered. STEALING A COAT,-On Saturday last, person named William Davies, succeded in stealing a coat from the door of Mr. Fowler, about 12 o'clock in the dav Mr. Edwards, draper, who lived opposite, saw and pur' sued bim, and he was speedily joint d by P.C Worsen before O. P. Be,a„ ,„d J. "oS i?.h ahavr,i,hmmuteT,,° B,"°n :i"« owner C°at Was retun>ed to the nn^rCwDENT'~A melancholy accident occurred to a poor woman, named Williams, on Saturday last. It appears that she was deaf, and as she was proceeding along a tramroad, some trams passed over one of her legs. The limb was so severely injured that amputation was obliged to be performed on the following morning the operators being Drs. Bevan and Cortes, 1 he woman is recovering.

MONMOUTH.

FRIDAYS MARKETS.

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NEWPORT DISPENSARY.

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